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Page 1 f THE 1967 CACTUS JANIS MAE HUGHEN Editor-in-Chief LAFE DYSON HILL Associate Editor LESTER LOYD EDMONDS JR. General Manager MARGUERITE FREEMAN Supervisor FRANK ARMSTRONG Photography Supervisor PUBLISHED BY TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. VOLUME 74 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS at AUSTIN, TEXAS Page 3 The World Of The University Page 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Features 21 Chronology 73 STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Organizations 85 Student Government 187 College Councils 198 Publications 203 Texas Union 210 Military 219 STUDENT LIFE Fraternities 239 Auxiliaries 305 Sororities 323 Dormitories 365 Co-Operatives 397 ATHLETICS Varsity 409 Varsity Statistics 454 Freshman 457 Freshman Statistics 464 Intramurals 465 PERSONALITIES Sweetheart 486 Bluebonnet Belles 490 Outstanding Students 499 Goodfellows 511 ACADEMIC Administration 521 Faculty 539 Scholastic Honoraries 581 Graduates 591 Graduating Seniors 596 Leadership Awards 642 Seniors 645 Juniors 651 Sophomores 667 Freshmen 683 Index . , 703 Page 5 The Individual Finds His Place Ill The Famous And The Familiar . |M Education Begins With Registration Extracurricular Activities Organized And Spontaneous A Page 13 The Forever Popular Sports Event . Page 15 The Date Always Casual I Page 17 mam The Individual Forms The Crowd IN MEMORIAM STUDENTS Joseph Francis Barthmaier Cathy Sue Billiot Jennifer Susan Bomar Michael Lee Butler Sara Ann Cameron Richard Alan Coffey Leo Foehner Jr. Robert Donaldson Henley James Raymond Johnson Thomas Fielding Jurgensen Charles Richard Kazen Mary Susan Lucas Marilyn Kay Lundell Erik Gordon Lyons Gary Douglas McCain Frank W. Nesbitt Jr. Stephen Dallas Poteet Raymond William Short Jo Anne Slaughter Robert John Wray Ralph Eugene Alston Milton R. Gutsch Wilda S. Jackson Lora Lee Pederson Arnold Salop Fillmore H. Sanford Jefferson Rea Spell ?. Starnes [. Woodward A. Garland Adair Walter W. Ivie Nero Kindred Vernon V. King Mrs. Evan S. Reese Harold J. Watson Page 20 FEATURES AND CHRONOLOGY Edited by Charles Michael Dickey and Alan R. Erwin Page 21 Students Struggled To Select Sections At Registration Above left: Students lined up well ahead of time in front of Gregory Gym await- ing the registration ordeal. Above right: Ready for the battle with sectionizers, students watched the proceedings on the floor below. r v Page 22 Left: Through the mob on the crowded gym floor stu- dents rushed from line to line to pull cards for classes. mm, Above: Students had bills totaled, wrote checks, then waited in line for the men behind the cage to take money and cards to end registration. Left: It was the perfect schedule until the sec- tionizer got it! Page 23 Many Matched With Greek Groups During Rush Regalia Top: Prospective rushees formed a procession between girls ' dormitories and Hogg Auditorium, scene of Rush orientation. Above: Rushees at the Tri-Delt house were entertained with the sisters ' witty, colorful skit during second round parties of fall Rush activities. Page 24 Top: Sigma Nu brothers provided cards and re- freshments to entertain rushees. Left: More than 700 men were pledged by fraternities after three rounds of relaxed rushing parties. Above: Ten- sion was broken as 774 rushees accepted bids in women ' s rush. Page 25 Sales, Sphinx, Socializing, And Spooks Started Autumn Activities Above Left: Co-op basement is swamped with anxious students seeking Fall Se- mester texts. Above Right: The loud music of The Chandelles and tasty re- freshments provided by the Union in the Main Ballroom guaranteed a lively welcome for new students. Below Right: Strange sights and sounds of Rag sales promotion attracted prospective buyers for the new off-campus newspaper. Page 26 Left: The officials of Sphinx, architectural hon- orary society, stood on the balcony of the arch- itecture building and called out names of new Fall members. Below: The masked Spooks ap- proached Kinsolving and prepared to tap new members for their campus service organization. Bottom: Friends cheered and judges critically weighed the talents of prospective cheerleaders in Gregory Gym. Right: Girls tapped for Angel Flight received a welcome from current members and honor guard recognition from the Air Force ROTC. Below: Cheerleaders on the porch of the Union led fans in Longhorn pep rally prior to the Rice game. Bottom Left: Registration for Annual Dads ' Day Ceremonies, held this year during the SMU game, found parents interested in conversation and refreshments in Union Main Ballroom. ' : ' Left: Electioneers made last minute bid for their candidates as voters went to polls on the Main Mall in hotly contested fall elections. Below: Left: Hopeful beauties signed up for Ten Most Beautiful interviews in the Texas Union. Below: Spooks prepared for the Texas-Arkansas game by decorating cars on the Drag and by passing out Sink the Ark tags. Eager Electioneers, Ele- gant Beauties, And En- thusiastic Football Fans Joined in Fall Fun Page 29 Pumpkins, Peace Corps And Planned Programs Promised Profitable Leisure Toj : Students exercised creative talent on pumpkins in preparation for the Great Pumpkin ' s night; prizewinning jack-o-Ian- tern at the " Brew SMU " patio party was Eta Sigma Phi ' s. Above: Gentle Thursday, a day of peace sponsored by the SDS, came to campus with balloons, bare feet, col- ored chalk, and musical instruments. Right: Peace Corps representatives on the West Mall answered questions and distributed literature to interested students in Fall ap- plication drive on campus. Page 30 Top: Students did double takes when looking at the time for several days as workmen made reparations on the face of the clock. Above: The Campus Competitions Committee sponsored another lively activity at the Union when they had a " Casino Night " with play money and various types of gambling. Le t: Scheherazade Festival, sponsored by the Organization of Arab stu- dents featured skits, exotic dancing, and the story of Scheherazade, Arab mythology figure. Page 31 Top: It took a sleepy 8 o ' clock wait in Gregory Gym by many UT fans hoping to secure seats at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. Above: Streets in downtown Dallas resounded with the wild, fren- zied yells of " hook ' em horns " and " go. Big Red " as Texas and O.U. fans filled the city ' on Friday night. Page 32 OU Weekend Only Comes Once A Year 7 " op: Students stormed the end zone and tore down the goalpost at the end of the game, as the couple in the foreground gave the signs of the schools in the contest. Above: Miss America, an Oklahoma beauty, added a refreshing touch to a traditionally heated game. Left: The defensive team lined up to hold back OU ' s forward prog- ress. Cowboys Cavorted, Created Comedy For Annual Show For Charity Above: While students changed classes, a persuasive Cowboy in his show cos- tume tried his sales pitch on a passing student in front of the Main Building. Right: Last year ' s Sweetheart, Ginger Bernard, presented flowers to the new Cowboy Sweetheart, Francie Bernard in a happy climax to the show. Page 34 Left: The Lester Platt and Earl Scruggs group entertained the audience with lively country music. Below: Chattie Lou, sexy star of the Min- strel show was followed by whistles and cat calls from the Cowboy audience behind her. Bottom: Cowboys often work with the children who are benefited by the proceeds of the show which are given to the Austin Council for Retarded Chil- dren. . Right: Enthusiastic Zeta pledges on the Main Mall exchanged pep- permint sticks for contributions to the Dimes Day charity Drive. Be- lain Left: Vivacious pledges enticed Dimes Day contributors with their small " autographed " footballs. Below Right: Band Director Di- Nino, local merchant Willie Kocu- rek, and Snoopy, as well as more traditional beauties, won votes in KA ' s Miss Campus Chest compe- tition held on the West Mall. KltS Dimes Day, Derbies, Tu- toring Took Greek Time i Page 36 Top Left: Ugly Men from various fraternities surprised coeds around campus as they solicited dimes for Campus Chest and competed in the Ugly Man Contest. Top Right: Musical tubs was only the beginning of an endless maze of contests that kept pledges busy at the annual Sigma Chi Derby Day. Above: Interfraternity Council spon- sored free nightly tutoring in BEB for students in need of help. Page 37 Above: Gamma Phis gathered for prelimi- nary warm-up with scales before Phi Sigma Kappas arrived at the house for Sing Song practice. Right: Backstage view of Sing Song found Acacia and Chi Omega as- sembled, waiting tensely for the curtain to open on their " Olde English Medley. " Page 38 Le t: Sam Gainer entertained Sing Song audience and Ginger Bernard, his Co-M.C., with novelty act be- tween group numbers at the annual program in Municipal Auditorium. Below: Practice paid off for the Pikes and Pi Phis, first place winners in the mixed division of annual Greek Sing Song. Bottom: Alpha Xi Deltas pulled their instant Parade entry down the Drag in spring Round-Up festivities. Greeks Gathered for Sing-Song and Rallied for Round-up Page 39 r Music, Miracle Worker And Mexico ' s Folklor- ico Contributed To Campus Culture Above: Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington pre- sented a program of jazz and blues to overflow audience for premier of CEC series. Above Right: Department of Drama opened its season with The Miracle Worker, William Gibson ' s drama of Helen Keller ' s early years. Right: Mexico ' s Ballet Folklorico spread color, motion, and emotion across Municipal Auditorium and was rewarded with a standing ovation. Page 40 Top Left: Jazz enthusiasts swung to Satchmo Louis Arm- strong and his Allstars in production at Municipal Audi- torium. Top Right: John Browning, solo pianist, rendered a sensitive, stirring performance that drew four curtain calls from the CEC audience. Above: Ramsey Lewis Trio presented a vivid, exciting sound in jazz to a small, but frequently captivated in-group for CEC. Left: diet At- kins in The Masters Festival of Music entertained music fans with his unique guitar arrangements. Page 41 Symphony Solos, Sophisticated Clowns and Sing- ing Seized Students Seeking Culture Top: Robert De Cormier Singers, performing a varied repertoire, responded to a standing ova- tion with three encores. Right: The Dance Drama, product of the Department of Drama, demon- strated variations of costuming and musical back- grounds in four episodes ranging from The Pied Piper of Hamlin to a portrayal of modern so- ciety. Above: The sophisticated clowns of the Cambridge Circus entertained CEC audience with offbeat humor that included a poke at University administration. Page 42 Top : San Antonio Symphony performed Markheim for opera enthusiasts during Fine Arts Festival in November. Left: Andre Previn, versatile mu- sician, performed a Mozart piano solo and con- ducted the San Antonio Symphony in a concert considered by many as best of the season. Above: Arnold Kendall, newcomer to the Department of Drama faculty, directed an imaginative render- ing of Enrico IV, an avant garde theatre exami- nation of man ' s relation to society. Pajre 43 Below: Members of the Drama Club advertised their upcoming production of James Thurber ' s Thirteen Clocks, by portraying a scene on the West Mall between classes. Bottom: Singer Judy Collins signed autographs in the Co-Op ' s record department before her CEC sponsored appearance with Theodore Bikel in the Municipal Auditorium. Right: The Department of Drama ' s " The Government Inspector " portrayed a satirical attack on corrupt bureaucracy in nineteenth century Russia was presented in Hogg Auditorium. Spring Culture Collected Collins, ' The Clocks ' , Bal- let, and ' Bartered Bride ' . f 1 Left: The excellent soloists, color- ful sets, and beautiful costumes were the special delight of the University Opera Workshop ' s pro- duction of Smetana ' s comic opera, " The Bartered Bride. " Below: Fan- tastic skill and unusual versatility greeted students who attended the CEC sponsored performance of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Page 45 Top: The Longhorn Singers gathered for a rehearsal of their third annual Sounds of Spring Concert which this year presented vocally the birth and history of this country in its " Collage of America. " Above: Folksinging was only one phase of the student talent presented in the annual Collegiate Review held in the Union. Right: The Long- horn Band reunited to perform three Sousa marches after having performed in the separate parts of the Varsity Band, Wind Ensemble, and Concert Band at the Longhorn Band Concert in Municipal Auditorium. Page 46 Collegiate Review, Cressi- da, and Concerts Closed Spring Campus Culture Above Left: Shakespeare ' s unique play Troilus and Cressida was presented by the Drama Department, under the direction of B. Iden Payne, in a production that was reviewed as color- ful and satiric, but rigid. Above: Jimmy Smith played blues and such moody songs as " Walk on the Wild Side " for the standing-room-only audience of the Second Annual Longhorn Jazz Festival. Left: Joe Williams joined the Jimmy Smith Trio for such solid jazz renditions as " Coin " to Chicago " at the Jazz Festival ' s Saturday night performance. Pae 47 Carolers, Glaus, and Cre- ative Decorations Caught Christmas Spirit on Campus 1 -.v-.-v ,- ' .- " . ' Si Far Right: Gaily decorated doors, like this one in Kin- solving, greeted open-house dormitory visitors before the holidays. Right: The annual Christmas Carol pageant in front of the Main Building provided inspirational season favorites and scripture read- ings. Upper Far Right: A Christmas tree decorating party sponsored by the Texas Union saw many participants. Above: The Fiji ' s were one of many social and service groups who entertained chil- dren with gifts and parties at their houses. Page 48 Interest Unleashed At Intramu- ral and University Athletics Top: Girls let down their hair for a little rough and tumbling football when there is an intra- mural trophy to be w6n. Above: Varsity cheer- leaders lead the team onto the field before games to the beat of " Big Bertha, " famous Longhorn Band drum, in the background. Right: For the class " A " title in men ' s intramural football, the Vikings scored a final victory over Moore-Hill HalL Page 50 ft Top: Horns and feathers clashed in Houston as Texas won a 14-6 victory over Rice. Above: The Longhorns raced by TCU to take over sec- ond place in SWC standing in the hard-fought game in Gregory Gym. Left: A Lambda Chi Alpha and opponent leap for the ball in an intramural basketball game in the Gregory Gym Annex. Page 51 Right: Phi Sigma Delta fraternity had a good turnout at its intramural baseball game at the new men ' s intramural field. Below: All American Chuck Worrel was timed for a finish by one of his team mates in a meet at UT pool. Middle: Clark Field was scene of several baseball games as the Long- horns went on to tie Texas Christian for Southwest Con- ference champs. Bottom: Golfers teed off at hole number one of Morris-Williams Golf Course for intramural competition. i 1 Spring Sports Stimu- lated As Weather Warmed Above Left: The rhythmic motion of the hurdlers fascinated the crowd at the Texas Relays, not a part of Round-Up this year for the first time in history. Above: The Iranian Students put a good team on the court for Volleyball intra- murals, played in the new Gragory Gym Annex. Left: Tennis intra- murals were played at the men ' s courts next to the old intramural field. Page 53 OlIWDTABLE 10 Top: Challenge Round tables held throughout the Colloquium offer the students a time to discuss the thoughts of guest lecturers and their own on the population problem. Above: In December, months before the Colloquium, the Challenge Steering Committee interviewed for members of various planning stage committees. Right: The Challenge Colloquium with the topic The Prob- lem is People, presented Kingsley Davis, pro- fessor of sociology at University of California, as its first speaker, discussing the sociological ap- plications of the population problem. El Page 54 Challenge Presented Population Problem And Chileans Promoted Political Understanding Top: At an open reception sponsored by Orange Jackets in the Union Star Room, university stu- dents were given an opportunity to meet and talk with the Chilean exchange students. Above: The Chilean students met with Clif Drummond and other student assembly members to discuss campus politics and national problems. Page 55 Right: Bill Mauldin, noted cartoonist and humorist, talked informally with stu- dents at reception after hav- ing addressed crowd on the role of the political cartoon- ist in society. Below: Dr. Jus- celina Kubitschek, former president of Brazil, was a visiting Fellow and informed students on the economic and political problems his country faces. i; Speakers Addressed Audiences On Sundry Subjects, Socialized, And Sought Student Views Page 56 Left: Truman Capote, greeted at air- port by members of the Union Speakers Committee, was later to enthrall a ca- pacity crowd at the Union Main Ball- room by reading selections from some of his best knowft works, including his famous book In Cold Blood. Below Left: UAW president Walter Reuther pre- sented labor ' s viewpoint on labor-man- agement relations for the Law School ' s annual Law and Free Society Lectures. Below: The famous mystery novelist Agatha Christie, having accompanied her husband to Austin, entranced her listeners when she talked informally about her famous Hercule Poirot stories. fe Top Lejt: Jonas Mekas, avante garde maker, spoke to a Cinema 40 audience at the Methodist Student Center and talked informally with stu- dents at a reception in the Union Star Room. Top Right: Theodore Bikel, folksinger, actor, guitarist and vice-president of the American Jewish Congress spoke at The Hillel Foundation on the current problem of Soviet anti-Semitism. Above: Saul Alinsky, controversial sociologist ex- pressed his feelings on social injustice, the war on poverty and other social issues for the Union Speakers series and he philosophized afterwards at a student reception in the Star Room. Right: Sam Yorty, Los Angeles ' outspoken Mayor, said that television reporting of civil rights activities was a major cause of the 1965 Watts riots. Page 58 Spring Speakers Stimulated Contemplation of Cartoon- ing, Cinema, Civic Problems, Poetry, And Politics Top: Cartoonist AI Capp, a Visiting Fellow, attended a public reception at Tejas Club after presenting his witty remarks and answers to stu- dent questions to an overflow crowd in the Union Main Ballroom. Left: Allen Ginsberg entranced his audience at the Art Museum Out- door Theatre as he recited his views on peace, love, and Viet Nam in poetic style to the rhythm of cymbals and an accordion. Above: Boris Krasulin, alternate Soviet Ambassador to the United Nations presented his major address to the Model United Nations General Assembly and afterwards, spoke to participants on relevant topics at a closed reception in the Union Star Room. Page 59 I Top: The first day of spring semester classes were cut short when a not-so-spring-like snow storm hit Austin and students took full ad- vantage of the holiday. Above: The snow brought a drop in tempera- ture and a cold wind that played havoc with students ' umbrellas. Right: The Cambridge Tower apartment house near campus gave an excellent vantage point for overlooking the snow covered campus. Page 60 Left: Spectators behind Littlefield Fountain watched the Kappa Sigs on their roof make their annual retaliation to the Texas Independence cannon- firing celebration on the Main Mall. Below: The Union T.V. room is the scene of much excitement as students watched the University participants on G.E. College Bowl. Bottom: College Bowl winners Carl Clark, Barbara Carroll, Bill Taylor, and Tom Edwards and their sponsor Dr. Douglas Morgan converse at a Union reception held in their honor. Spring Saw Snow, Kapp Sigs, Scholars Vie for a Variety of Victories Page 61 Right: Several hundred people assembled on the Main Mall for the " Free Speech " Rally sponsored by the University Veterans ' Association in sup- port of the Students for a Democratic Society in its conflict with the administra- tion. Below: The entire Texas Union was taken over to house the Security Council, General Assembly, and delegate caucuses as delegates to the Model United Nations gathered from all over the country. Bottom: Several foreign students dressed in the clothes of their countries were on hand at the opening session of the Model United Nations and gave policy statements in their native tongues. Model UN Motivated Interest in International Issues, Page 62 Below Left: The annual International Fes- tival ended with a Saturday night per- formance in which the representatives from fourteen countries performed their native folk dances, songs, and traditional activities in the Union Main Ballroom. Below Right: Saturday of Round-Up weekend witnessed a Peace Parade protesting the war in Viet Nam. Bottom: As warm weather came to Austin the grassy South Mall became populated with students relaxing in the welcome sun- shine while waiting for classes. Below: The Round-Up Trail Drive, traveling down the Drag, began the activities of Round-Up weekend Friday at noon by displaying such " instant " concoctions as Acacia ' s Round-Up UT-Bowl entry. Right: Weeks before Round-Up, the Beard- Growing Contest started with a public shaving of participants by University sweet- heart finalists in front of the Texas Union. Middle: Hundreds of hungry students gathered for the Annual Cowboy Round-Up Barbecue held Friday afternoon at the intramural field near campus. Bottom Right: Everyone joined in " thuh stampede " to Round-Up, including the builders of the new apartment-hotel for University students located just off the Drag. Bottom Left: The Negro Association for Progress sponsored a demonstration on the West Mall during Round-Up to emphasize various opinions on the identity of the Negro, race relations at the University, and the Negro in society. THUH STAMPEDE ' S ON TO ROUND-UP Round-up Roared Top: Round-Up Showcase exhibits of projects and activities by colleges, or- ganizations, and departments of the University attracted students and visi- tors who wandered through the displays in the Main Ballroom of the Union. Above: Greek and campus groups con- structed humorous Western store-fronts on the West Mall during the celebration of Round-Up. Left: Paula Savage, new University Sweetheart, posed with her roses at the Sweetheart Ball held in Gregory Gym. Page 65 Right: Studying is another of the activities that can be pursued jointly in the men ' s co-operatives. Below: The members of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority enjoyed an in- formal chapter dinner together at their house. Below Right: Co-op residents shared work, cut living costs, and enjoyed the fellowship of a small living unit. Bottom: A talent show featuring skits and musical numbers by various men ' s and women ' s co-ops climaxed Co- op Week during the spring se- mester. : ' . ' , Le t: New private dormitories like Univer- sity Arms provided apartment-like suites, dining areas, and swimming pools for resi- dent coeds. Middle: Apartments were ever increasing living units around the campus, despite the added chores of dishwashing and cleaning up. Below: Young married stu- dents with children and furniture lived in the Colorado Apartments or other low-cost unfurnished housing units provided by tjie University. Bottom: Even rooms in the older men ' s residences, like Roberts Hall, can be fixed up nicely to afford an atmos- phere conducive to study. Living Units Encom- passed Leisure, Luxury, Learning And Work Page 67 Elections Excited En- thusiasm Everywhere Above: University Party organizer Joseph George addressed one of the pre-election campaign plan- ning meetings at the Tejas Club. Above Right: Candidate for Vice- President of the Student Assembly Alice Embree, supporting the SDS stand, addressed the Texas Veter- ans ' rally during the campaign. Right: The West Mall was the lo- cation of candidates ' signs and the most vigorous campaigning. ' I JIAU iinn Top Left: Vice-Presidential candidate Bob Thompson, campaigning on the Main Mall, expressed his views on the new constitution and organi- zation of the Student Association to interested voters. Top Right: The polls were closed, but the ravages of war were apparent around every trash can. Above: Despite the rain on election day, there was a good voting turnout for all the colleges. Left: With the aide of the Spooks, members of GDE, and APO ' s, students in Arts and Sciences cast their vote on the Main Mall in front of the Tower. r Page 69 Right: As the semester ended, students stopped at bulletin boards to check exam sched- ule. Below Left; Study dates at the Academic Center be- came more popular in the final days of the semester. Below Right: Filled study rooms at the A.C. indicated that term papers were under- way. Page 70 Finals Frus- trated Many it Top: Academic Center re- serve book desk did brisk business as students tried to catch up on outside reading and write papers before the last minute. Above: Students tallied semester receipts at the Co-op before stuffing them in envelopes for the auditor. Left: Lines grew long at Xerox machines in the A.C. as days in the semester grew fewer. r.i i 1 1 i cr J I I H B H I H " " IB M M U And Then Graduation. Page 72 SUMMER CHRONOLOGY SUMMER, 1966 A violent, seething summer of social unrest and economic insecurity expressed in rioting and killing climaxed in the minds of University students when a mentally ill student chose the Tower as a vantage point and began a shooting spree at noon Aug. 1 which left seventeen, persons, including the sniper himself, dead. National television and magazines immediately labeled it " The Tower Tragedy " and chalked it up as the worst homicidal incident in recent history but it proved a matter of months before students could " chalk it up " and again consider the Tower as the symbol of education it is. SEPTEMBER Sunday, 4th Nearly 1100 girls and 1084 boys from Edna to Wink to Farmer ' s Branch invaded the campus in an effort to become Greek as sorority rush formally began and fraternity rush climaxed a busy, political summer. Saturday, 10th The smallest number of bids in recent history was handed out to only 707 boys out of the total registered for rush. The average number for a pledge class in the past had been 38. This year 23. Sunday, llth After forty Panhellenic members bid, trumped, ran and won tricks for an entire week, twenty sororities with some of the past champions and most experienced players losing out in the first round won a total of 774 girls out of the total 1089 who went ' through the sorority rush week. Monday, 12th Registration week began with a record 6,500 registering the first day. A new phenomenon the little orange card added to the confusion, even though its use was never officially determined. The first edition of the Ranger went on sale with good reviews and a selling campaign which resulted in the first sell-out of the magazine in four years. Editor Gary Bullock was unconscious in Brackenridge Hospital as a result of a truck-motorcycle accident. Tuesday, 13th A cameraman, to scan the Texas-USC game, placed on the Tower, found himself the first man to be allowed on the observation deck since Aug. 2. Friday, 16th Gregory Gym registered its last student Roy Edwards 3:15 number 25,794 and closed its doors on the biggest and most hectic registration week in the history of the school. Saturday, 17th The University of Texas, with a team of extremely talented, but very inexperienced sophomores, came close to defeating a nationally-rated University of Southern California team but finally died on the threshold of victory with the score 10-6. Bill " Superman " Bradley lived up to his name before an audience of 40 million. Sunday, 18th The daughter of Charles Percy, prominent political figure and candidate for senator from Illinois, was murdered in the Percy mansion in Kinelwood, 111., and the murder went unsolved. Police found no clues and no suspects. Monday, 19th Both classes at the University and the state political party conventions opened with equal con- fusion. Democrats in Austin vowed to put everything they could into the Carr for Senator campaign, taking occasional swipes at the " Little Man From North Texas " while Republicans opened in San Antonio with equal anti-Carr statements. Student Association Vice-President Bob Denhman resigned his post to attend Harvard and the decision on how to replace him was dumped on the Student Association Court. Wednesday, 21st Often unpopular and even more often adamant Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach resigned his post to become Under Secretary of State under Dean Rusk. Eyes immediately looked to the ranks of Texas lawyers in Washington as prospects for the empty posi- tion. As Governor John Connally called for a new Texas Constitution and the Dow Jones average dipped below 800, Texan Editor John Economidy editorialized on the fat legs vs. miniskirts controversy. Thursday, 22nd -Another magazine editor bit the dust in higher Texas education as Texas Techsan Richard Schreib- stein got the axe for printing a " disrespectful and sinful " perpetrated interview between Jesus and Beatle John Lennon in which the singer got the upper-hand. Snoopy returned to his home for the first time today since it burned Sept. 18 and took a nap in the ashes. Saturday, 24th The once again " Mighty " Longhorns rolled over the Texas Tech Raiders in a 31-21 rout in Lubbock. Greg Lett ran back the opening kick-off 88 yards for six points, and Bill Bradley and Chris Gilbert continued to look their impressive selves as Texas out- scored, outplayed, and out-classed Tech for the first conference victory. After a week of interviews, committee selections for Texas Union were announced. Sunday, 25th Walter Moore, assistant director and archi- tect for the University, announced that twin 14-story buildings will be completed on the present site of the women ' s athletic field in 1968. Monday, 26th Daily Texan revealed that almost half the students interviewed on the University campus favored Senator John Tower in November ' s senatorial election. Another one-third begged neutrality with the remainder favoring Waggoner Carr, Democratic candidate. Vice- President Hubert H. Humphrey was heckled by a group of 50 students about the war in Viet Nam as he spoke at San Fernando College in California, and in London, all major theater performances were stopped as planned demonstrations against US Viet Nam policy erupted in the audiences of the major theaters. Observers reported the crowds were more or less in agreement with the demonstrators. Enrollment at the University today reached 27, 158. Tuesday, 27th President Lyndon Johnson announced his intention to attend a seven-nation peace conference in the Philippines Oct. 18. Wednesday, 28th The Stock Market today dropped to its lowest mark since the Aug. 29 fiasco. The Dow-Jones average dropped 13.4 points to 780, nearly 200 points below the previous high of the early Johnson Administra- tion. Dean Jack Holland, David Lambert and Shirley Bird Perry and other Union " big dogs " welcomed new committee members and chairmen to another year of hard work, little recognition, and a lot of frustration in the Texas Union. Thursday, 29th The Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation announced a grant of $700,000 to the Uni- versity, making it one of the leading institutions in the nation in the field of controlled nuclear fission. The process is aimed at eventually finding a cheaper means of converting sea water and harnessing the energy used in such a project. Louis Armstrong wowed crowds at the Austin Municipal Auditorium. -Jt Page 73 Friday, 30th Tremendously powerful killer Inez, after her anti-communist 160 miles per hour winds devastated Cuba ' s banana, sugar, and tobacco crops, turned north and headed for Florida with much weaker winds but only after leaving a death total of more than 1,300 over the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean. Late registration figures reached a high of 27.286. OCTOBER Saturday. 1st Sparked by an " emotional contagion " after an injury took " Super " Bill Bradley out of the stadium, the Longhorns, under the supervision of impressive Andy- White, crushed Indiana 35-0. The Student Court gave the Student Assembly permission to choose a new vice president from its own ranks. Sunday, 2nd The Board of Regents of the University gave the go-ahead for Texas Student Publications to plan their new building which will house complete printing facilities for The Daily Texan and all student publication offices. A 24-hour communication system for students needing advice or information was instituted. Monday, 3rd Former President Eisenhower hinted he would not rule out the use of nuclear devices in Viet Nam were he president. The Dow-Jones average hit rock bottom 757.96 the lowest point since the Kennedy assassination. Campus Young Republicans celebrated their 30th year at the University and their biggest membership in that 30-year history, 1,050. Tuesday, 4th Hurricane Inez turned around and moved into the Gulf of Mexico, regained strength, and aimed at the Gulf Coast of the United States. Quarterback Andy White told a Texan reporter he turned down Yale, Princeton, and Brown for Texas ' Plan II program and Darrell Royal football. Wednesday, 5th Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald mesmerized an overflow audience in Municipal Audi- torium with performance number one of the Cultural Entertainment Committee year. The Rep Party held its first meeting of the year at the Kappa Alpha fraternity house to select a list of candidates for the Oct. 26 general election apparently with no competing party. Texas Court of Criminal Appeals overthrew Jack Ruby ' s convic- tion of the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald and granted a new trial outside Dallas County. Thursday, 6th John Goodman, College of Business Admin- istration representative to the Assembly, was elected vice president of the Assembly. Coach Darrell Royal announced that " Super-Bill " would be ready for the Arkansas game. Law student Bob Sohn was voted as the Assembly ' s appointment to the Union Board of Directors. Texas Yearlings won their first game 13-7 with a last minute defensive effort over the Baylor Cubs. Friday, 7th A mass desertion of campus began as the famous OU-Weekend called students to Dallas for the annual orgy. In the Gulf of Mexico, Inez, now one of the oldest hurricanes in the history of weather forecasting, made advances on the Mexican and Texan coastlines with residents from Tampico to Galveston holding their breath. Officials at Texas A M announced the dismissal of Battalion Editor Tommy DeFrank and his top two aides for undisclosed reasons. Saturday, 8th Ending a nine-year dry spell in the state of Oklahoma, the Sooners kicked their way to an 18-9 victory over the Longhorns in the Dallas Cotton Bowl, while little Baylor, the only long-time school in the Southwest Conference never to have won the conference title, crumbled Arkansas ' fortress in the Ozarks with an unexpected 7-0 victory over the Hogs. Sunday, 9th The Baltimore Orioles swept the World Series in their fourth game by a score of 1-0, leaving Los Angeles scoreless for a world series record of 29 straight innings. The University campus slowly came back to life as the Dallas travelers returned and those who stayed in Austin came out of hiding. Monday, 10th Texan Editor John Economidy called for an end to the charges that the Texan was no longer a voice in student affairs as he stated that he had written many more editorials to date than his feminine ancestor Kay Northcott. The Rag, a small satire of the Texan, sold 1,500 copies its first day. The Supreme Court refused to hear Madelyn Murray O ' Hair ' s suit against the church, thus saying the United States will not tax the churches. Tuesday, llth Fall general elections got underway with 32 candidates filing for the 18 available seats. The stock market began an upward trend, ending a month of record-breaking losses. Friday, 14th Theta Xi fraternity won the Arkansas Sign Painting contest with their entry " Chop Sooey. " Texas ' pep rally turned into a near-riot with an estimated 700 persons running wild on the campus after the official pep rally until about 3 a.m. Saturday, 15th Texas bowed to Arkansas for the third year in a row by a score of 12-7. The pigs ran wild as 55,000 proud but dejected Longhorns left Memorial Stadium and hibernated Saturday night leaving Austin unusually quiet. Sunday, 16th Six outstanding University men were initi- ated into the Friar Society Tommy Neal Cowan, David Lambert, Terry Peterson, Platt Davis, Patrick Oxford, and Joe Bill Watkins. Monday, 17th Cartoonist Bill Mauldin advised the journal- ists in his audience to acquire a " sense of ethics " as he spoke in the Union. Wednesday, 19th Speaker of the Texas House Ben Barnes spoke on campus urging students to support Waggoner Carr in the November senatorial election. Thursday, 20th President Johnson left Washington for a tour of the Pacific, beginning with a " win in Viet Nam " speech in Canberra, Australia. Friday, 21st Robert Prather, candidate for Communica- tion Assemblyman, withdrew from the race after charges of bribery made the campaign interesting and promised a big turn-out. The 89th Congress adjourned with a history of legislation President Johnson termed " the greatest in history. " Saturday, 22nd The Longhorns proved they were in the Southwest Conference race as they held the Rice Owls to a 14-6 win. " Superbill " was back in fine form and end Mike Robuck found himself in a lineman ' s dream as he intercepted a deflected Rice pass and ran 90 yards for a ' Horn touchdown. Student Life office announced that University men, with a 1.416 GPA, are less studious than women, with a 1.619. Monday, 24th The last day of the Manila Peace Conference came to a close with major leaders agreeing on just about everything but the issues of the Viet Nam war. The stock market began a rally upward for the first time in months, closing at 787.75. Tuesday, 25th American Allies in Viet Nam resolved to stay in Viet Nam until the war ends. A theft of suits, sports coats, and other clothing totaling $4,300 wiped out the winter inventory of Jack Morton ' s on the Drag. Wednesday, 26th Representative Party swept the fall gen- eral elections winning big majorities in almost every Page 74 race. The only two contested positions in the entire election was a seat in Communication in which Donna Englander received 105 votes and Alan Erwin got 103. A recount showed no change. A Law seat in which Royce Lamberth won over Jim Haynes by a margin of 5 votes, 249-244. A total of 4,834 students voted with Communication having the highest percentage of voters at 33 percent. Thursday, 27th Good Grief! To be shamed like that! ' The Great Pumkin ' failed poor Linus again but this time in front of a nation-wide viewing audience of 5 million. Poor Linus, accompanied by his faithful friend Pepper- mint Pattye, sat in a pumpkin patch 30 minutes, missing trick-or-treats and a wild Halloween party attended by the rest of the gang, only to be left alone and pumpkinless at the end. Friday, 28th To make up for Linus ' embarrassment, The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest took place on the Union Patio with twenty entries in categories including most sincere, most secure and happiest. The most secure pumpkin belonged to the Alpha Delta Pi pledges, the most sincere went to the Alpha Xi Deltas and the happiest was carved by Century House. The Great Pumpkin was sported by the Eta Sigma Phis. Saturday, 29th The Ponies from the north invaded the home of the original longhorn and with the help of a field goal by John Partee inched by the unsuspecting ' Horns 13-12. Mary Ann Mellenbruch and Jack Leroy Howe Jr., were named Outstanding Girl and Boy. Sunday, 30th Dr. Juscelino Kubitschek, former president of Brazil, arrived in Austin to fulfill his duties as a Visiting Fellow at the University. Monday, 31st Campus Chest ' s Dimes Day on campus brought hundreds of costumed coeds and fraternity men to campus with such gimmicks as a map of the best parking places in town and passion punch to get dimes for the campus March of Dimes drive. Delta Gamma took the grand trophy for sorority division, and the Phi Gams won the fraternity division. Sigma Delta Tau collected the most money. NOVEMBER Tuesday, 1st Dr. Juscelino Kubitschek, former president of Brazil, in a speech on campus called for more American aid and development in order to make Latin America " one of the great leaders of the world and a strong ally of the United States. " President Johnson ended his Asian tour, jetted to Alaska, and finally settled down in Washington for a long and well-deserved nap. Wednesday, 2nd W. W. Heath, chairman of the Board of Regents of The University system, resigned effective Dec. 1 due to a conflict of business and responsibility to the University. He had served eight years on the board and four as chairman. Gamma Alpha Chi, national sorority for women in advertising, named the University chapter, Alpha Nu, the top chapter in the nation. Thursday, 3rd Gentle Thursday took over the campus with balloons, pets, children, flowers, flutes, bands, picnics, and lollipops filling the campus with the most original and charming idea since Eeyore ' s Birthday Party. Words such as " gentleness " and " love " were written all over campus and even staid old George Washington sported a bright red balloon. Ousted A M Battalion Editor Thomas DeFrank was nominated for a Rhodes Scholarship. Friday, 4th The Freshman Council Advisory Board was elected Wick Allison, Tom McGregor, Steven Carsey, and Jeff Kline. Secretary will be Gail Spencer. In a revenge game, the Texas Yearlings continued unbeaten and slipped past the TCU Wogs 14-12 in Memorial Stadium. Saturday, 5th The election of Frank Erwin as succeeding chairman of the Board of Regents was announced at Regents meeting in Waco. The Austin attorney and ex- national Democratic chairman will serve with Jack S. Josey as his Vice-Chairman. The Longhorns and their faithful caravan travelled to Waco Saturday to teach the Baylor Bears a lesson they have been learning 10 years. This year the tune was 26-14. Chris Gilbert estab- lished a new ' Horn record by totaling 238 yards in the game. In the final meeting of the Texas State Teachers ' Association, Governor John Connally, with his political invincibility showing, received a standing ovation from the state educators after telling them he couldn ' t promise a teachers ' pay raise in the next session of the legislature. Alpha Delta Pi sorority won first place in Sigma Chi Derby Day, furthering the campus ' donation to the March of Dimes. Mary Ann Spears was named Miss Campus Chest. Sunday, 6th President Johnson announced that future draft calls may be cut in half, with increasingly fewer Americans being sent to Viet Nam in the future. Tuesday, 8th Senator John Tower, in a sweeping Repub- lican victory termed by CBS a repudiation of the Great Society, rode to a victory against Demo challenger Waggoner Carr, dealing a blow to Texas Democratic prestige. Arkansas elected a Republican for the first time since Reconstruction and Massachusetts sent a Negro to the Senate another first. Wednesday, 9th Wednesday was " censorship day " on campus with Austin police pressuring a crowd gathered in the University " Y " to see Jack Smith ' s " Flaming Creatures " not to show the movie it wasn ' t shown. The General Student Organization Committee met in order to confirm whether or not they possessed enough power to ban SDS newspaper, " The Rag, " from the campus, due to " obscenities it contains. " Thursday, 10th Author Truman Capote brought a touch of early Christmas to the campus by closing his reading program with " A Christmas Memory. " The over-flow crowd drifted out in the night with a spellbound feeling of Christmas Eve. Friday, llth A high school student in Mesa, Ariz., with no apparent reason walked into a beauty school, forced the customers and operators to lie on the floor, and shot them leaving five dead and two seriously wounded. His reason " to be like those guys in Austin and Chicago. " Saturday, 12th With David Conway setting a University " field goal record with a 52-foot boomer and Chris Gilbert reaching a season total of 943 yards rushing, sixth best in conference history with the season not yet complete, the Longhorns beat the TCU ' Frogs 13-3. New Braunfels ' Wurstfest, with flowing beer and delicious sausage, at- tracted as many University students as any CEC event. Monday, 14th Gemini Twins James Lovell Jr. and Edwin Aldrin Jr. ended their historic four-day mission through space in one of the most successful flights in this country ' s efforts to reach the moon. Tuesday, 15th The Splashdown of Gemini 12 was today and not Monday as previously stated. However, I failed to mention Monday: Cleveland " Cat " Williams purred through three kittenish rounds with champion Cassius Clay in the Dome, finally tiring out in the third round a TKO for Clay. The University of Texas at Arlington officially invited Greek organizations to establish colonies and chapters on the flat, surburban campus near Dallas. Wednesday, 16th President Johnson pulled through two operations throat and abdomen with flying colors, sending the New York stock Market soaring. The Austin Page 75 r President Johnson visited with the GI ' s at Cam Ranh Bay, South Viet Nam. i -US NOVEMBER (Continued) Council For Retarded Children announced that a $30,000 building soon to be built will be dedicated to the Texas Cowboys for their tremendous amount of work put into the council ' s present facilities. Thursday, 17th The Student Assembly voted to drop its support of the Dallas OU Weekend Saturday night dance due to complaints of the body supporting such a " wild orgy. " Austin shopping centers, including drag merchants, erected their Christmas decorations a week earlier than usual. Friday, 18th The Shorthorns tied the A M Fish 17-17, ending up first place in the Southwest Conference Fresh- man race. Saturday, 19th Blue jokes and beautiful sweetheart nom- inees added to more than $5,000 for the Austin Council for Retarded Children as the Cowboy Minstrels grossed out a full house for the fourteenth straight year. President Johnson returned to Central Texas for recuperation during the coming holidays. Texas Tech upset Arkansas 20-16. Sunday, 20th Life Magazine said Gov. John Connally told one of their reporters the Warren Commission did not fully print his statement he feels the bullet which hit him did not come through the body of assassinated Presi- dent Kennedy, but came from another gun because of the time element involved. UT soccer men topped Houston 5-4 for a championship of their own class. Tuesday, 22nd The Board of Regents announced general price increase for all University dorms which will average from $60-90 a year. Freshman attendance of classes was made compulsory by a faculty vote. Peanuts ' Charley Brown got " nudged by a car in the line of duty " while on safety patrol. Thursday, 24th For the tenth straight year, Texas Long- horns rolled over the Texas Aggies 22-14 in front of a capacity crowd in Austin. Texas accepted a Bluebonnet Bowl invitation after the game. Saturday, 26th TCU fell 21-0 to a determined SMU eleven, putting SMU in the Cotton Bowl with a Southwest Con- ference title for the first time since 1948. Sunday, 27th Rumors filled the world press from " reliable sources " in Asia that Chinese philosopher and " demi-god " Ho Chi Min was booted out by his own Red Guard and the Chinese Communist military. Monday, 28th Acacia fraternity was awarded Best All Around trophy for the annual Aggie Sign Contest for their " Dump On the Aggies " creation. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, Harlem ' s controversial Congressman, was ordered arrested by the Supreme Court of New York State if he ever set foot in the state which he represents for failure to pay a libel suit he lost. Tuesday, 29th Twenty-six law students from Mexico were made honorary Texans as they visited the University campus on an exchange program between the two coun- tries represented. President Johnson announced a $5.3 billion spending cut for the remainder of the fiscal year. Truman Capote gave the " in " party of the year at The Plaza in New York City with everyone who is anyone Page 76 attending or vying for invitations and the most original black and white costume. The all-night ball reportedly cost Capote $20,000 with guests paying as much as $600 for masks. DECEMBER Wednesday. 1st Deferred rush is a possibility at the University in three or four years according to the Panhellenic Council. Chancellor Ludwig Erhard resigned his post to allow a coalition government of Social and Christian Democrats headed by ex-Nazi Kurt Keisinger take over the reigns of West Germany. Thursday, 2nd Board Chairman W. W. Heath, in his final function on the Board of Regents, announced plans for the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Service and Library east of the present campus. The Students ' As- sociation voted to donate $100 of blanket-tax funds to the War on Poverty. Friday, 3rd Raymond ' s Drug paid a 15% service charge themselves as armed robbers entered the temporary building and relieved the manager of more than $800 cash reserve used in cashing checks. Several law students had a temporary injunction filed against Students ' As- sociation President Clif Drummond to stop blanket-tax funds from being used for anti-poverty purposes. Saturday, 4th Pikes and Pi Phi ' s, in a professional sound- ing medley of songs from the Broadway hit " The Man From La Mancha, " took first place in the mixed group division in the Greek system ' s annual Sing Song. Other winners were Alpha Xi Delta, sorority; Sigma Pi, fra- ternity; and Phi Kappa Tau, fraternity song. Texas, in their first basketball game of the season, defeated Texas Wesleyan 106-63. Monday, 6th Texas lost in basketball to Ole Miss 82-80 as the final football season ratings put Notre Dame in the national championship bracket. Dr. Irwin Spear angrily replied to Texan editorials knocking Biology 607. Tuesday, 7th The first Congressional Medal of Honor in the War in Viet Nam was awarded to a 23-year-old Austin marine Robert Emmett O ' Malley, for leading his squad in repeated attacks against the Viet Cong after being wounded three times on the steps of the Federal Office Building in Austin. Texas topped LSU 114-78. Wednesday, 7th The 25th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor was celebrated with careful analysis of the beginning of the Pacific phase of the second world war in all major national publications. Republican George Bush, on campus to address the Young Republicans, referred to the Nov. 8 election as definite proof that " the natives are restless, " in reference to the Great Society. The Stock Market rebounded sharply from another slump, continuing an upward trend begun Dec. 6. Thursday, 8th In discussion by the Student Assembly, the concept of a bicameral legislative system as stated in a newly proposed constitution for the Students ' Association was generally endorsed. The Austin City Council repealed the controversial Weekend Blue Laws. The University became $917,000 richer after a public auction to lease the school ' s oil lands. Charley Brown painfully discovered he was becoming overweight. Saturday, 10th Texas defeated Oklahoma State University 76-70 for the first time since 1924 in Austin. Sunday, llth Omar Sharif ' s selection of the ten most beautiful girls held some surprises for University students they were Sharon Francis, Joan Frensley, Emily Good- win, Lana Lipshitz, Lynn Martin, Nancy Nixon, Laura Overton, Camille Pickens, Faye Rife, and Kay Stringer. The University held its 27th annual Christmas Carol service on the Main Mall. Monday, 12th The Coordinating Board for Higher Educa- tion in the State of Texas voted to suggest to the state legislature the tuition charges throughout state supported insitutions be doubled for the coming academic year. The board of Texas Student Publications voted to question Texan Editor John Economidy for his series of editorials condemning Biology 607. Tuesday, 13th The Longhorn basketball team defeated previously unbeaten and always powerful Howard Payne College 85-82. Barry Goldwater, a private citizen from Arizona, called a news conference to make the statement that President Johnson isn ' t popular with the American public. Texan Editor John Economidy retracted his charges and apologized for his editorials knocking Biology 607. Wednesday, 14th Bill Moyers, a UT-ex, left President Johnson to become publisher of Newsday, an eastern newspaper. Austin had its first experience with power failures as the entire city was powerless for one morning. Mrs. Kennedy announced her plans to have an injunction brought against the book written about her husband by author William Manchester. Thursday, 15th Student Court ruled that the Student Assembly was within its rights when it voted $100 to the Austin Poverty Corps. Today was Beethoven ' s birthday. Saturday, 17th The Longhorns amazed sportswriters, fans, Ole Miss, and even themselves by trompling Ole Miss into the ground 19-0 before 60,000 unbelieving holiday fans in the Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston. Chris Gilbert was named most valuable player and sportswriters next day touted Texas as the probable 1967 national champions. The only drawback to a wonderful day for Longhorns was the death of four Bluebonnet Bowl bound Texas students, three of them members of the band, outside Sealy near Houston. Sunday, Dec. 25th A planned Christmas truce in Vietnam was marred by about 75 shooting incidents across the war-torn Indo-Chinese country. JANUARY Tuesday, 3rd Classes resumed after Christmas with a small fire in Mezes Hall and a Texas Southwe st Conference basketball victory over Arkansas 71-62. Convicted killer Jack Ruby died of cancer which had spread through his entire body while in the Dallas City Jail. Auto companies informed the federal government they will not be able to comply with all 23 safety standards demanded on 1968 models. Wednesday, 4th Chris Gilbert was named outstanding amateur athlete of the year in Texas. Eric Sevareid told a nationwide audience on CBS News that the City of Dallas had " fumbled to the end " the handling of the Jack Ruby affair. Time Magazine named the " alienated " generation under 25 as their man of the year. Thursday, 5th Red Chinese Minister Tao Chu was removed from office, being called a " bourgeois reactionary " by Mao Tse-tung ' s wife. The Student Assembly, acting as a committee-of-the-whole, voted to include in the House of Delegates representatives from each college and school, in addition to delegates from campus organizations. Friday, 6th " The Big Voice " made itself heard from the Tower for the first time on campus as a verbal warning system. Jo Lynn Cunningham and Kathy Hurst, University Page 77 JANUARY (Continued) coeds, were named among Outstanding Young Women of America. Saturday, 7th The Longhorns suffered their first South- west Conference defeat at the hands of the TCU Horn- frogs 96-82. A bomb, believed to be a suicide device, exploded in a Las Vegas motel killing six guests. Monday, 9th William Manchester ' s controversial " The Death of a President " hit the newsstands, highly critical of Texas, Texans, and Texas politics. Tuesday, 10th The Texas Legislature opened its sixtieth session with the first Negro female taking a seat in the Senate. The opening predicted a solid conservative Senate. Representatives will be led a second term by Speaker Ben Barnes. Representative Adam Clayton Powell was refused a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives until his qualifications were checked by a special investigating committee. Governor Connally said in a statement Tuesday that William Manchester ' s " Death of a President " was an " astonishing propaganda instrument cleverly woven to reflect favorably on those who gave it birth, while rudely discrediting others involved. " Billy Arnold, in an out- standing show of skill, led the Longhorns to victory over SMU 82-73. Wednesday, llth A Texan survey indicated that 80% of the students of the University campus drink occasionally and that the weekend is not the only occasion about half of them drink throughout the week. Thursday, 12th 250 people visited the Office of Economic Opportunity Thursday to protest unfair political repre- sentation in a Southwest Louisiana Community Action Agency. The group was too large to be handled at the office, and was sent to the Methodist Student Center. Rep. John Hannah of Lufkin plans to introduce a bill that would allow veterans who have served on active duty since Aug. 25, 1964, to attend any state-supported college or university free of tuition. Carolyn Nichols, a junior journalism major, was named managing editor of the Daily Te xan for the spring semester by the Texas Student Publications Board. Friday, 13th Chris Gilbert was named the Longhorns ' most valuable football player for 1966 at the annual banquet honoring the Longhorn football team. Saturday, 14th Still estatic from their gains in state and national elections in November, Texas Republican leaders in Austin predicted a GOP presidential victory in 1968. Gary Overbeck saved the day, in the last two seconds of the game to give the Longhorns a 70-68 victory over the Red Raiders from Tech. The people of San Antonio dealt the University system a giant financial and idealogi- cal blow by defeating a bond issue to finance part of the University ' s medical school already under construction in that city. Monday, 16th Mrs. George Wallace became Alabama ' s first woman governor as her husband George announced plans to seek the presidency again. Tuesday, 17th Speaking to a joint session of the Texas House and Senate, Governor Connally called for annual terms for legislators and a new city sales tax. Texas lost to A M. Wednesday, 18th A deathly hush gripped campus as final exams began. Thursday, 26th Secretary of State Dean Rusk pledged continued United States support of the War in Vietnam in a speech to the Texas Legislature as University pickets chanted anti-war slogans outside the Texas Capitol. Rumors persisted that Rusk had flown to Austin tor con- The United States ' first two-man spacecraft launch was near per- fect and was injected into a 100-140 mile orbit of the earth. Page 78 sider chairmanship of the University ' s Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Service. FEBRUARY Sunday. 5th Fifteen smiling Chileans were greeted ' by UT students in Houston as the annual Chilean Exchange Seminar was continued. Monday, 6th On the first day of classes of the spring semester students were dismissed from classes for a half- day as a blizzard which brought two inches of snow to the Austin area made travel impossible. Jerre Stockton Williams, professor of constitutional law, was appointed to a special committee of the American Bar Association to study national strikes in the transportation industry. Tuesday, 7th Officials at A M ruled that beards and sockless feet at the now partially coed school were " out " . One of the most controversial bills to be considered by the 60th Legislature para-mutual betting passes its first committee hearing. Texas defeated Rice 81-73. Wednesday, 8th A four-day truce in Viet Nam for Chinese New Year began with only a few incidents being reported. President Johnson sent a secret letter to Ho Chi Minh in an effort to obtain an " honorable settlement " . Thursday, 9th Protesting California students marched on the steps of the Capitol responding to Governor Reagan ' s proposal to increase tuition. Reagan did not back down. The Student Assembly, acting as a committee of the whole, decided by a straw vote to have the Student Assembly of the new constitution consist of five or six members elected at large, five members from the House of Delegates and one representative from each college or school. Colombia was shaken by earthquakes killing at least 61 persons and injuring many more. Texan Editor John Economidy was called before the Grand Jury of Travis County to testify about the use of narcotics on campus. Friday, 10th Mary Lea Lamkin of Delta Delta Delta was named the Best Dressed Coed of the University after eliminations earlier during the week. Saturday, llth Japanese press dispatches indicated the Red Chinese army took control of Peking in another mysterious move to control the country. A University freshman was arrested in her dormitory and charged with the possession of illegal marijuana. The Longhorns, still alive in Southwest Conference Basketball, edged Razorbacks 67-61 in Fayetteville. Sunday, 12th The University ' s " brain pool " defeated per- renial champion St. Mary ' s of Notre Dame 260-200 on the GE College Bowl. UT Exes Association announced it will contribute $3,600 toward hospital bills of victims of sniper Charles Whitman. Tuesda y, 14th The U.S. State Department, in answer to an article in Ramparts magazine, admitted financial backing of the National Students Association, controversial organ- ization of college campuses which the University of Texas refused to join last year. The Longhorns defeated Rice 81-76 in Houston, but not without a fight in the stands. Wednesday, 15th Liberals in the Legislature suffered their first major defeat 117-30 as the House refused a pay hike for state employees being pushed by the liberal faction. In a Texarkana plant supplying artillery in Viet Nam, an artillery shell exploded killing 11 persons. The cause was never determined. Thursday, 16th The Student Assembly voted to allocate the money raised by Campus Chest to nine charities: World University Service, YMCA, March of Dimes, Tuberculosis Foundation, Cerebral Palsy, Settlement House, Austin Evaluation Center, Child Guidance Center, and the Austin Council for Mental Retardation. Friday, 17th Fukien Province became the fifth province to be seized by Mao Tse-tung ' s forces. It fell after fierce struggle. The province is opposite Formosa. Saturday, 18th Texas fans scored four points for Baylor in Gregory Gym as uncooperative fans combined with a weak Horn offense to add up to a 101-75 Baylor win. Sunday, 19th Texas was again victorious on the GE College Bowl by defeating Municipal College of Omaha 375-125. Monday, 20th The Supreme Court of Texas ruled Texas ' s redistricting efforts by the 59th Legislature unconstitu- tional. " Virginia Woolf " , starring Burton and Taylor received 13 academy award nominations. Tuesday, 21st Tech defeated Longhorns 88-78. Wednesday, 22nd Prime target in the New Orleans police investigation of the death of President Kennedy was found dead with a suicide note near his body. Daily Texan called for liquor-by-the-drink legislation by the Texas law-making bodies. Indonesia ' s President Sukarno after a 20-year power hold on that country gave up the last of his power at the request of the military leader General Suharto. Cartoonist Al Capp arrived on campus for three days of criticism. Thursday, 23rd Al Capp amused and criticized an over- flow crowd in the Union as a visiting fellow. The Student Assembly voted to accept faculty delegates in the newly- organized assembly system. Dr. Charles Townsend, in- novator of the laser beam, was a campus visitor. Friday, 24th Governor Connally ' s liquor-by-the-drink was unveiled with more restrictions and safeguards than any other state ' s laws. The Interfraternity Council announced it will sponsor Varsity Carnival in spite of Panhellenic ' s refusal to do so. Saturday, 25th The Longhorns won over A M 72-58 while SMU captured the Southwest Conference title with an 85-84 win over Rice. Paula Savage, Kappa Kappa Gamma, was named sweetheart of the College of Engi- neering. Sunday, 26th Texas ' s " brain-trust " College Bowl team was again triumphant over Mary Baldwin College by 220-110. Tuesday, 28th Former UT student Ramsey Clark was nominated by President Johnson to the positioin of Attorney General. Henry Luce, co-founder of Time, Inc., died at the age of 68 of a massive coronary. In their last home game, the Longhorns toppled TCU 88-79. MARCH Wednesday, 1st Congressional House members voted in spite of the opinion of an investigating committee to deny Adam Clayton Powell his Congressional seat from Har- lem. The Texas House passed 85-63 a measure to allow cities to impose a one per cent sales tax. Thursday, 2nd University of Texas students met on the mall at noon to continue the tradition of celebrating Texas Independence Day amidst blasts from Smokey and the Kappa Sigs. Gregory Gym was filled with excitement as the Interscholastic League once again held its annual high school basketball playoffs in Austin. Friday, 3rd Elimination of the student draft deferments was suggested to President Johnson by the National Ad- Page 79 visory Commission of Selective Service. High school sen- iors flowed into Austin for UT ' s Orientation Program ' s annual " UT Day. " Saturday, 4th The annual Region XII Games Tournament was held in the games area of the Texas Union, with participants entering bowling, billiards, table tennis, bridge, and chess. Sunday, 5th The University of Texas, upholding its title of being a " second-half " team, came back to beat the University of Pennsylvania in the GE College Bowl by a score of 255-230. It was UT ' s fourth consecutive win. Bluebonnet Belle finalists were named the twelve were Judith Ashurst, Frances Barnard, Barb.ara Jan Berliner. Kay Boyles, Brownie Sue Cashion, Beverly Enderle, Mary Lou Grantham, Helene Ruth Meehan, Dianne Rush, Paula Savage, Gail Patricia Weyel. and Jeanne Wright. A Lake Central Airlines DC-3 crashed at Marseilles, Ohio, killing 38 persons. It was the first fatal crash of the trunk line. Monday, 6th A fifth suspect was arrested in the New Orleans investigation of the assassination of President Kennedy. Governor Connally signed into law the bill changing the name of schools in the University system to the University of Texas, with the location of the school to follow the name. Tuesday, 7th A demonstration took place in the Chuck Costumed students gathered beneath the maypoles at Eastwood Park to celebrate Eeyore ' s Birthday. wagon of the Union led by a W. E. B. Dubois Club officer in protest of the draft, the War in Vietnam, and for black power. The Longhorns began preparations for Southwest Conference baseball competition with their fifth straight non-conference win over Texas Lutheran College 7-2. Wednesday, 8th A federal judge in Louisiana ordered New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison to present all the facts in his case involving the assassination of President Kennedy or let the suspects " go. " Thursday, 9th The Seventh Annual Model United Nations opened in the Student Union. Special guest speaker was Boris P. Krasulin on the Russian delegation to the UN. Members of the Students Association failed to pass the final version of the new constitution as a political argu- ment flared between President Clif Drummond and Vice- President John Goodman. Saturday, llth At a meeting in Galveston, the Board of Regents officially changed the names of schools in the University system. Eight children, all dying within 24 hours, were born to a Mexican woman. Sunday, 12th The University College Bowl team defeated Capitol University of Ohio 235-175 to retire undefeated after their fifth victory. Their win brought $10,500 in scholarship money to the University. Final vote counts in France showed President Charles DeGaulle with only Page 80 ! l a one vote majority in the French Assembly. Stalin ' s daughter, after having been refused asylum in the United States, hid away in a chalet in Switzerland. Monday, 13th James Meredith suddenly dropped from the race against Adam Clayton Powell for Harlem ' s Con- gressional seat leaving the deposed Powell unopposed. U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark called for help from the common citizen to enforce this country ' s laws in a speech to a joint session of the Texas Legislature. Tuesday, 14th The State Department announced Tuesday that Svetlana Stalin, daughter of Joseph Stalin, had re- quested political asylum in the United States. The re- quest had not been granted or denied. Witnesses con- tinued testifying in Jim Garrison ' s reopening of the Kennedy assassination. Wednesday, 15th Henry Cabot Lodge resigned as ambas- sador to Viet Nam to be replaced by Ellsworth Bunker, former ambassador to India. Perry Raymond Russo, Gar- rison ' s star witness in the assassination investigation, ad- mitted he had been under ca,re of a psychiatrist for two years. Thursday, 16th The Student Assembly voted in favor of the new proposed constitution, with one dissenting vote belonging to Vice-President John Goodman. The proposed constitution will go before the student body on April 12. The Student-Faculty Committee established by the Board of Governors in the Law School decided to send to the students a referendum as to whether or not the Law School should remain in the Student Assembly. Saturday, 18th The Longhorn track team won third place in the West Texas Relays. New Orleans District Attor- ney Jim Garrison said more arrests will be eminent in his investigation of the Kennedy assassination. Sunday, 19th Former Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, reluctant to return to his Harlem parish where a warrant was out for his arrest, delivered his Palm Sunday sermon to newsmen on Bimini, his Caribbean retreat. Monday, 20th The Faculty Council approved three mea- sures dealing with education at the University faculty members will not be required to copyright their lectures unless they appear on public television stations, students in the College of Education must take a language, and students may try for advanced placement in physical education. A senate committee reported favorably on an abortion bill sponsored by Senator George Parkhouse of Dallas. Tuesday, 21st Voting took place on the campus for selec- tion of finalists for the University Sweetheart. Finalists were Francie Barnard, Beverly Enderle, Dot Nelson, Gemme Rousseau, Dianne Rush and Paula Savage. Wednesday, 22nd W. W. Heath, former chairman of the Board of Regents of the University, was appointed Amer- ican ambassador to Switzerland. Another Texas diplomat, Ambassador Edward Clark, addressed a joint session of the Texas Legislature. Friday, 24th A Fort Lauderdale tradition, the spring col- lege student riots, began on schedule with 250 arrested the first day of festivities. Saturday, 25th Fighting in Viet Nam became heavier with attacks from the Demilitarized Zone on American forces, just in time for Easter ' . Easter Sunday, 26th For the first time, University stu- dents did not get a two-day vacation for Easter. Rumors emerged from Red China that epidemics of meningitis and encephalitis rage throughout the civil war-torn coun- try. Monday, 27th Fort Lauderdale attorney Roger Harper said college students had turned his city into ' a " modern day Sodom and Gomorrah. " Sen. Robert Kennedy said his name will not appear on primary Presidential ballots in Oregon and Nebraska. Wednesday, 29th Plans were announced for a new bank in the University area to be headed by prominent Univer- sity figures. The Texas Legislature voted to let the people decide whether or not the governor should have a four- year term. Thursday, 30th Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty said in a speech in the Texas Union that the TV coverage of the Watts riot of 1965 was a major source of agitation. Ousted Congressman Adam Clayton Powell called for a third national party aimed at electing Negroes to public office. A new DC-8 on a training flight crashed on landing at New Orleans International Airport and skidded into a wing of a nearby motel killing 18 high school students on a senior trip. Friday, 31st University students left for Acapulco, Tam- pico, and all points north, south, east and west as the first official spring vacation in the history of the Uni- versity began. APRIL Monday, 10th Dark tans and reluctant faces_ greeted early classes on the first day back-to-school from vacation. Vice President Hubert Humphrey returned from a tour of Europe after weeks of jeering, abuse and demonstra- tions against the United States planned for his benefit. " A Man For All Seasons " and " Who ' s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? " swept the annual Academy Awards. Tuesday, llth Varsity Carnival, a Greek tradition, was cancelled because Panhellenic Council refused to support it. Sen. Red Berry of San Antonio proposed in the Texas Senate a bill to outlaw capital punishment in Texas except in the case of a presidential assassin. Adam Clayton Powell was re-elected to his Harlem Congressional seat, thus forc- ing Congress to make a decision regarding the free- wheeling Harlem outcast. Wednesday, 12th A newly written constitution for the Students ' Association got the approval of the student body. President Johnson, attending a hemisphere summit conference in Uruguay, promised Latin American leaders more economic aid. Gentle Thursday, 13th The second Gentle Thursday of the year on campus, sponsored by the Students For a Dem- ocratic Society attracted national attention with pic- tures of the gentle happenings carried in papers around the nation. Round-Up began with the Cowboy Barbecue and a Round-Up Parade much like the parades of years past when more time and money was spent. Friday, 14th To a somewhat bored audience, Black Power advocate Stokley Carmichael read a quiet and uneventful speech on the University campus. Richard Speck was con- victed of the killing of eight student nurses in Chicago July 14. Saturday, 15th The usual riotous fun of Round-Up paused to recognize several well-planned raids by the Liquor Control Board and the crowning of Paula Savage as sweetheart of the University. Bluebonnet Belles were named: Kay Boyles, Brownie Sue Cashion, Beverly En- derle, Helen Ruth Meehan and Dianne Rush. Monday, 17th An old face on campus, the University Party, held its first meeting of the year to plot a chal- Page 81 APRIL (Continued) dawn as Texas went on Daylight Savings Time for the first time since World War II. lenge to the established Rep Party. Fifteen student pres- idents of various Alabama colleges officially protested when Gov. Lurleen Wallace announced she will take over the state ' s schools in defiance of the Federal government. Tuesday, 18th Beat Poet Allen Ginsberg read poetry to 1,000 students gathered in the open-air theater behind the Art Building. Jerry Box was named president of the Texas Union for the 1967-68 school year. Wednesday, 19th Konrad Adenauer, former chancellor of West Germany, died at 91 at his villa near Berlin. Gov- ernor John Connally called a special night meeting of the Texas Legislature to propose Texas use an annual budget system of financing state programs instead of the current biennium system. Thursday, 20th The Supreme Court turned down an ap- peal by Cassius Clay to change his draft status. Thirty- nine students filed for office as the Student Association spring elections got under way. Friday, 21st Tornadoes turned northern Illinois and south- ern Michigan into disaster areas as 50 persons were killed and property damage climbed into the hundreds of mil- lions of dollars. Army leaders took over the troubled government of Greece in the name of King Constantine. Saturday, 22nd Texas continued to lead the Southwest Conference baseball race by defeating TCU in a crucial 5-3 game. The navy and air force of Greece back the new- army -led government. Sunday, 23rd About 150 students, led by Students For A Democratic Society, held a rally on campus to organize a protest of the Viet Nam War for the benefit of Vice President Hubert Humphrey, a Monday guest of the Texas Legislature. Monday, 24th The University announced it no longer rec- ognized the SDS as a campus organization because of their Sunday defiance of the administration. About 50 pickets carry anti-war signs and chants to meet the vice president at the capitol. A Russian cosmonaut died as his capsule ' s parachute failed to open correctly and he plunged to earth. Tuesday, 25th Six students were charged with defiance of University regulations and referred to a discipline com- mittee because of their part in organizing the Sunday campus meeting of the war protestors. Members of the SDS held another campus rally to protest their " loss of speech. " Three former students were arrested in the Union for their part in the incident one for use of obscene language at the capitol protest and the other two for obstructing justice. Wednesday, 26th -The University ' s Veterans Association held an unauthorized rally on campus to protest admin- istration ' s action against the SDS. Regents Chairman Frank Erwin spoke at the rally to defend administration actions. Thursday, 27th Crowds congregated on campus throughout the day to discuss the actions of the week concerning " free speech. " Texas Aggies marched on the A M cam- pus to protest a decision by the Aggie Board of Directors to make board fees mandatory for all students. Friday, 28th Hundreds of costumed students gathered in Eastwood Park to help Winnie ' s Eeyore celebrate his birthday. W. W. Heath, past chairman of the Board of Regents, was sworn in as ambassador to Sweden. Sunday, 30th Bleery-eyed sleepy Texans greeted an early MAY Monday, 1st Dr. William H. Goetzmann, University pro- fessor of history, won the Pulitzer prize for the distin- guished book of the year in his field. The Texas Legis- lature commended University officials for their quick action concerning the protestors as Chancellor Ransom refused to meet with the negotiating committee of the University Freedom Movement, the organization of the " free speech " protestors. Tuesday, 2nd A faculty appellate court ruled to oust Stu- dents Association President Clif Drummond because of his deficiency in grades and hours. About 50 young Negroes entered the chamber of the California Legisla- ture and sat down before guards found they had loaded guns with them they were removed immediately. Wednesday, 3rd With issues confused as a result of the, " free speech " movement and a fight within the Rep Party, campus elections yielded some surprises with run-offs in five races and write-in candidates winning pluralities in two races. President Clif Drummond refused to concede his seat, even though Vice President John Goodman, forced into a run-off with Lloyd Doggett for president, was sworn-in as president for the remainder of the term one week. A M track star Randy Matson was drafted by Seattle of the National Basketball Association. Thursday, 4th John Goodman, in his first meeting as president of the Student Assembly, failed to gain a quorum as assemblymen boycotted the meeting in protest of the ousting of Clif Drummond. The University campus crawled with " Harry ' s " as 1700 high school students arrived in Austin for the 57th annual University Inter- scholastic League competition. Saturday, 6th Ex-Student Association President Clif Drum- mond relinquished his office to John Goodman. Three captured American pilots were paraded through the streets of Hanoi in a direct violation of the Geneva Treaty of War. The Longhorns won over Texas A M for co-cham- pionship with TCU of the Southwest Confe rence baseball title. Sunday, 7th After 25 years of coaching championship Longhorn baseball teams, Coach Bibb Falk announced his retirement from University athletics. Monday, 8th The Texas Senate quickly approved a $635 annual pay raise for Texas teachers. Ex-heavyweight champion Cassius Clay, stripped of his title for his actions concerning the draft, was indicted by a Houston grand jury for refusing to serve in the military. Wednesday, 10th Lloyd Doggett was elected president of the Students Association. Thursday, llth The Negro Association for Progress pro- tested to Athletic Director Darrell Royal of discrimina- tion against qualified Negro athletes in the University ' s recruiting program. Anti and pro-Mao fighting intensified in the Red Chinese province of Honan. Saturday, 13th Darrell Royal defended the recruiting pro- gram of the University with the claim that he had been unable to find any Negro athletes who could meet the entrance requirements of the University. Farm workers in the Texas Valley went back to work to harvest the melon crop after almost one year of striking for a minimum wage. Sunday, 14th " Dove " Sen. Charles Percy of Illinois termed continued bombing of Hanoi " a mistake if we are truly trying to negotiate peace. " Page 82 Monday, 15th New Students Association President Lloyd Doggfftt pledged at his inauguration to make 1967 " the year of the University. " Tuesday, 16th William Cryer was awarded the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Journalism Award in Wash- ington for a story in the Texan on drugs. Wednesday, 17th Violence erupted on the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston as several armed students began taking pot shots across the campus. One policeman was killed and 500 students were arrested on the nearly- wrecked campus. Thursday, 18th A hectic, happy, academic year came to a close with mixed feelings finals and summer both eminent. Monday, 22nd Egyptian President Abdel Nasser threatened to close the Gulf of Aqaba to Israeli ships in a direct act of aggression against the little Middle East country. Israeli officials vowed they would fight if the entrance to the sea, and Israel ' s only oil port, were closed. Tuesday, 23rd Nearly 10,000 American tourists in the Malford Goldburg recited original poetry at a rally on the West Mall planned by the Negro Association for Progress. Middle East began an evacuation advised by the United States government. Border clashes began on the Israeli- Arab borders. Wednesday, 24th A meeting of the Security Council of the United Nations resulted only in a split between the United States and Russia as to how the crisis should be settled. Border clashes continued between the two forces. Maj. Richard Pearce and his son Richard, 4, sent word from Havana that he had defected to the Cuban Com- munists. Thursday, 25th James Hoffa Jr., son of imprisoned Team- ster boss Jimmy Hoffa, lost in his bid for a seat in the Michigan Legislature by 158 votes. JUNE Saturday, 3rd Nearly 3,000 graduates heard US Attorney General Ramsey Clark, the Rev. James Moudy, and Brig. Gen. Joseph S. Bleymaire deliver principle addresses at graduation ceremonies for 1967 graduates of The Univer- sity of Texas at Austin. Page 83 H As graduation exercises end, the next thought is to turn in your cap and gown at the University Co-Op. Page 84 STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS , i v ' r ' r ORGANIZATIONS Edited by Sharon Diane Valenti and Joan Lynn Willis Page 85 r SPECIAL INTEREST 87 PROFESSIONAL 107 HONORAR SERVICE FINE ARTS 37 155 175 Page 86 SPECIAL INTEREST Page 87 ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY To further the study of good literature and recognize high standards of scholarship in the field of English, the Ashbel Literary Society was founded in November, 1888, as the first literary and dramatic organization at the University. By enlarging members ' general education in a social atmos- phere, the society provides opportunities for meeting new people and making new friends. This year ' s theme was poetry. Noted speakers were Jenny Lind Porter, poet laureate of Texas, John P. Sullivan, Thomas Mabry Cranfill and Joseph E. Kruppa. Officers for the year were Carol June Smith, president; Sherri Dianne Sledge, vice-president; Jill Virginia Teague, secretary; Frances Little McMath, treasurer; and Elizabeth Belk, membership chairman. Lois Baird Trice, head of the Ruth Stephan Poetry Center, sponsored the group. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Fay Cathryn Allison Carol Lynne Althage Joan Carol Amacker Janet Ethel Boyle Gretchen Carlock Susan Jane Clarke Carolyn Connell . Shuler Sallis Dansby Jacqueline Dodd Pamela Dunn Nancy Fowler Nancy Katherine Gent Florence George Karen Beth Goodrich Mary Janice Johnson Sherri Matthews Janet McAfee Joanne McClelland Linda Nanette McCullough Katherine Noel Nebeker Sydney Philen Katherine Kyle Roberts Susan Elaine Rouse Candi Christopher Rudmose Anne Kennerly Rumsey Tracy Ann Smith Karen Sue Speakman Nancy Eileen Stover Mikey Thorp Mary Elizabeth Tompkins Shelia Marian Ward Leslie Ann Wilson Mary Grace Wischmeyer Front Row: Barbara Busby, Margaret Spikes, Carol June Smith, Carol Frances Carson, Emily M. Miller, Lois Baird Trice. Second Row: Susan Ann Duerr, Linda Lee Burk, Gail Lois Gardner, Jane Lenore Vineyard, Jill Virginia Teague, Bettie Townsend Willerson. Third Row: Jennie Mackenzie, Martha Ann Murchison, Roxanna Dunn, Marolyn Wittman, Henrietta Julia Armstrong, Carol Ann Con way, Sherri Dianne Sledge. Fourth Row: Dale Louise Knotts, Jean Carroll Wyrick, Mary Patricia McMahon, Frances Little Mc- Math, Sharon Ann Smith, Christine Elizabeth Mast, Elizabeth Belk. Page 88 Front Row: Officers: Don Howard Murdock, Frances Ann Clarke, Kay Ellen Cude, Sally Mayvi Whiteside, Brenda Sue Carney. Second Row: Billy Burke Glover, Joe Ariel Salinas, John David Reiff, Jerry Don Caither, Donald Mark Cadenhead, Charles Glendon Dodson, Larry Don Braidfoot : (McCm A eWer : i -. - : 1m i fid uta - MM BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Attempting to furnish the student with all possible oppor- tunities to hear, answer, and live God ' s call in life on the university campus is the aim of the Baptist Student Union. The ultimate goal of the organization is Christian citizenship. The BSU participated in several service projects in areas of human needs throughout the year. The organization has worked with the Children ' s Home, the State Hospital, Senior Citizens, and East Austin. To help make life at the University more rewarding to its students, the BSU offers vespers, study groups, Bible classes, counseling sessions, and fellow- ship and recreational activities. The officers of the Executive Council for the year were Larry Don Braidfoot, president; Sally Mayvi Whiteside, vice-president; Brenda Sue Carney, secretary; Frances Ann Clarke, enlistment chairman; Kay Ellen Cude, international chairman; John David Reiff, service chairman; Linda Lee Cunningham, fellowship chairman; Jerry Don Gaither, worship chairman; Donald Mack Cadenhead, study chair- man; Joe Ariel Salinas, freshman chairman; and Lynnell Jackson, newsletter editor. BSU members entertained underprivileged children in their center ' s recreation room. Page 89 Below: Members met once a week for riding practice. Left: An advanced rider showed his jumping form on the club ' s steeplechase course. Right: Members prepared to leave on one of the cross-country trips sponsored by the club. CANTER CLUB An English riding organization, the Canter Club helps to improve riding and jumping ability. The club meets one afternoon a week at Hobby Horse Stables on McNeil Road. Prospective show jumpers are often available for qualified members of the group. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal; each rider may progress at the rate best suited to him. Intermediate and advanced riders are separated to permit more individual attention. For entertainment during the year the club held a horse show in the spring, cookout hootenannies, cross-country rides, paper chases cross-country and moonlight rides. President was Holly Hemphill; vice-president, Betty Quass; and secretary-treasurer, Julia Armstrong. Jimmie and Jane Burr were the sponsors. Canter Club members were Henrietta Julia Armstrong, Joan Daphne Bateman, Brenda Sue Benton, Alice Lynn Berkman, Patricia Anne Bowden, Cheryl Elizabeth Clayton, Susan Jane Deutsch, Louise Donnell, Judith Carol Eanes, Jay Hawkins Floyd Jr., Michael Lawrence Gilmore, Coles Hennessy Hairston, Holly Hemphill, Alejandro Junco de la Vega, Rodolfo Junca de la Vega, Virginia Wensley Koch, Josef Michl, Virginia Ann Oertel, Elizabeth Ann Quass, Gail Louise Savage, Summer Scott and Whitney Arthur Walsh. Page 90 Paul Hagen and Elaine Wilson made Chi Alpha posters on the printing press in the Arts and Crafts Center. CHI ALPHA A national religious society sponsored by the General Council of the Assemblies of God, Chi Alpha offers religious discussions, devotional services and fellowship to its mem- bers. The University chapter is open to anyone having an interest in the Assembly of God church. A major activity during the year was the religious work done in the City Housing Courts. Speakers to the group include John Richard Cogdell and author David Wilkerson, a social worker with the drug addicts in New York City. David Nathan Pate was president; Sidney Lee Lawrence, vice-pres ident; Reba Jeanette Brian, secretary; Paul Harold Hagen, treasurer; and Elaine Wilson, historian. The faculty sponsor was Jimmy Lee Dodd. Front Row: Rebecca Ann Utsey, Reba Jeanette Brian, Paul Eugene Tezel, Elaine Wilson, Ray Gonzales. Second Row: David Wendell Savage, Paul Harold Hagen, Sidney Lee Lawrence, Ronald Paul Johnson, David Nathan Pate. Members not pictured: Jimmie Allen Batte, Paul Lee Bruce, Don Stanley Kinder, The Reverend J. F. Owen. Page 91 CSO members met in the Christian Science Reading Room to discuss plans for future meetings. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION Promoting orderly growth in the study and practice of Christian Science, active membership in the Christian Science Organization provokes students into thought of spiritual values, acquaints them with the responsibilities of true brotherhood and stimulates their search for means of Chris- tian service. In addition to Thursday night meetings, the fall and spring receptions for new students and spring Alumni Day, the or ganization sponsored two lectures. The first, " Where Are You Going? " was given by Elbert R. Slaughter of Dallas. In March, Neil H. Bowles spoke on " What Good is Religion? " Christian Science Organization officers for 1966-67 were Forrest Alex Andrews, president; George Francis Tatman, vice-president; Sylvia Jean Kerckhoff, secretary; Ronald Lynn Hill, treasurer; Anne Mary Fraser, member-at-large; and Pamela Sue Osgood and John Charles Perry, readers, James Rush Brock was sponsor. Front Row: Ronald Lynn Hill, Anne Mary Fraser, Forrest Alexander Andrews, Sylvia Jean Kerckhoff, George Fritz Tatman. Second Row: Louisa Gail Rarey, Mary Frances Le Tulle, Mary Marcia Wentworth, Karen Faith Christmann, Barbara Linnette Scott, Marie Elizabeth Fuqua, Adelaide Bollman. Third Row: Deborah Ann Disney, James Fowler Eason, K. Ronald Higgins, Marilyn Trahan, Pamela Dian Nance, Neil Edwin Gower, Barbara Jo Tschirgi. Fourth Row: Susan Ross Weber, Pamela Sue Osgood, William Wilson Pietzsch, John Charles Perry, Lawrence Alan Bruck, Barry Lee Bennett, Randy George Mueller, Nancy Marie Mills. 1 Page 92 Cordettes stood to be inspected at weekly drill. i Dial Susan J Ru CORDETTES A supplement to Army ROTC, Cordettes, an honorary service organization, selects its members for their scholar- ship, leadership and service to the University, as well as their beauty and poise. Some of the girls act as sponsors to various brigades, going with them on field trips to places such as Cape Kennedy and New Orleans. This year ' s activities included a project which collected $200 for Campus Chest. As a Christmas project, Cordettes wrote cards to the boys in Viet Nam. With the help of the Praetorian Guard, the girls participated in Christmas carol- ing and an Easter Egg Hunt given for underprivileged children. Members also worked in the Army ROTC office as administrative aides and helped recruit new members. Some of this year ' s social events were spring and fall rush, tapping and the Military Ball. Officers for the year were Brenda Sue Dean, commander ; Janet Irene King, executive officer; Beverly Kay Enderle, adjutant; Mary Anthony Butschek, comptroller; Lynn Susan Wagner, information; Bettie Townsend Willerson, opera- tions; and Carolyn Virginia Evans, supply. Colonel John Deber Townsend, professor of military science, was the faculty adviser. Above Left: Members discussed Intercollegiate Rifle Match with Colonel Townsend. Below Left: Girls made plans for the year at their meetings. Page 93 CROW ' S NEST CLUB A group of 52 midshipmen of the Naval ROTC, the Crow ' s Nest Club is a close-knit organization that provides the nucleus of leadership and participation in the NROTC program. Founded in 1948, it is one of two such organizations in the United States. In addition to providing a living unit for members, the Crow ' s Nest furnishes an atmosphere of fellow- ship and cooperation for men who have a common desi re to become officers in the US Naval Service. It operates as a cooperative house, and business is handled entirely by elected officers. The group had a full social calendar this year. Among the activities was the annual Christmas party for children from the Pan-American Center in East Austin. Two members were in the Longhorn Band and two others were Texas Cowboys. The Crow ' s Nest comprises a large part of the Buccaneer Drill Team and Navy intramural teams which have won the club division championship for the last six years. Officers of the group were Richard Henry Mason, presi- dent; Michael James Clark, vice-president and secretary; Carl Clifton Hill III, treasurer; William Ray Davis, work manager; and Dennis Oliver Olson, food buyer. Lt. Comdr. Melvin Ronald Sommer, USN, associate professor of naval science, was faculty adviser. Top Row: Henry William Anthony III, John Michael Baldwin, John Michael Ballard, Harold Woodall Biesemeier Jr., David Michael Blume, William Richard Brandon, David Mack Bryan. Second Row: James Arthur Burns, Carlos Jesus Chapa, James Ed- ward Clark, Michael James Clark, William Galloway Craig, Robert Joe Davis, Donald Oscar Driskill. Third Row: Robert Allen Ebner, Phillip Alan Erickson, Douglas Frank Fisher, Francis Orman Gal- loway Jr., Barry Russell Green, Carl Clifton Hill III, James Henry Holbach. Fourth Row: John Edward How- ard, Floyd Stacy Jackson, Rodger Paul Kester, James Adrian Kuch, Michael George Looney, Robert Max McCart, Frederick Joseph Moon. Fifth Row: Edward Clark Moore IV, D. Kris Morrison, Dennis Ol- iver Olson, John William Preston, James Anthony Quinn, Walter Timothy Sheppard, Paul Jacob Spector. Sixth Row: William Nicholas Steshko, Theodore Keith Tolle, David Michael Wells, Mark Dale Wigder, Larry Neil Willis, Her- bert Rawson Wright III. Page 94 I GAMMA DELTA An international association, Gamma Delta is composed of Lutheran college students. The Kappa chapter aims to train Lutheran students for Christian service to God and man, and to maintain and increase local and inter-campus fellowship among students of the Lutheran faith. This year members participated in community service projects, social activities, theological discussions and studies in contemporary trends in liturgies. They attended such regional events as a summer retreat at Galveston, a fall retreat at Leakey and the annual Gamma Delta convention in Lubbock. This year officers were Julius Lee Tacquard, president; William Paul Dannevik, vice-president; Linda Kay Graf, secretary; and Irvin Melvin Newman, treasurer. Sponsor was the Rev. Charles Henry Born, pastor of the University Lutheran Church. Front Row: Irvin Melvin Newman Jr., William Paul Dannevik, Mary Elizabeth Doering, Julius Lee Tacquard, Terrence Albert Kuhlmann, The Rev. Charles Henry Born. Second Row: Lynda Darlene Maresh, Donna Maxine Theis, Barbara Ann Smith, Judith Lynn Combs, Kenneth Jacob Wuensche, Anne Louise Gilliam, Ann Margaret Ball- man, Herbert William Hirsch Jr. Third Row: Tony George Morgan, Daniel Diaz Jr., Bobby Ray Junker, Edith Ann Domel, Gloria Jean Jordan, William Bryant Mortimer, Sandra Kathryn Ftak, Wilbert Lee Ullrich, Vernon Edgar Wuensche. Fourth Row: Glenn Edward Keenon, Ray Allen Zischang, John David Boswell, John William Krueger, Robert Stephen Driegert, Stephen Leonard Mueller, Joan Ruth Schneikart, Victor Lynn Schill, George Ernest Schumann. Page 95 Front Row: Olva Louise Stewart, Grace Gloria Anguiano, Ibrahim Abbas Natto, Christine Morgan, Armstrong Chao Chang Chien, Sally Ann Matheny, Jane Arian Haun, Mary Frances Fleming, Maan Fuad Lababidi, Deborah McCormick, Elia Victoria King. Second Row: Yat-hang Keung, Jean Marie Stavinoha, Maria Teresa Rodrigo, Bev- erly Diane Jeschke, Ahmed Othman Thabit, Pavlos Xenophontos Roussos, Ramiro de Jesus Escalante, Kathryn Dale Towery, Anna Marlene Adams, Bertha Nell Brooks, Gene Marie Burks. Third Row: Marilyn Kay Ebeling, Thomas Frank Bailey, Jorge Rolando Busta- mante, Gonzalo Acosta, Miguel Angel Colina-Vargas, Alan Michael Hoffman. Gunter Werner, Gary George Miller, Alexander William Arathoon, Rostam Mehraban Kavoussi. 9 " Li INTERNATIONAL CLUB A Texas Union organization, the International Club pro- motes mutual understanding, cooperation and friendship among American and foreign students. Membership is open to all students and provides opportunities to meet people from many countries. The International Festival, with a costume ball and an exhibit, was the club ' s major activity this year. Picnics, suppers, films, dances and exhibits were held. The Inter- national Leaders ' Conference, Region 12, was held in Octo- ber. William Buffum, assistant secretary for international organizational affairs, Washington, B.C., spoke to the group this year. Officers were Pavlos X. Roussos, president; Gordon B. Bayless Jr., vice-president; Jane Arian Haun, secretary; and Teresa Wang, treasurer. Committee chairmen for the club were Ahmed 0. Thabit and Helen Ann Wells, supper; Sally Ann Matheny, buddy; Ann Gardner Williams, hospitality; and Kathryn Bale Tow- ery, International Hour. Others were Jean Marie Stavinoha, publicity; Fred Majover, dance and social; Lorelei Jean Schmidt, membership and files; and Julia Fu Shaw, Rostam Mehraban Kavoussi and Gerd Gunter Maul, directors-at- large. The sponsor was Lucille B. Baer. Kamal El Din Said discussed club activities with Teresa Wang and Pavlos Roussos. Page 96 Iranian students put up a sign inviting everyone to help them celebrate their New Year. IRANIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Establishing and promoting cultural exchange and under- standing between Iranian students and other cultural groups at the University is one of the purposes of the Iranian Stu- dents Association. It fosters good relationships among Iranian students themselves as well as with other University students. The association also provides advisory services to aid the Iranian student in his adjustment to campus life. This year ' s activities consisted of a Persian New Year ' s party, a " Seezdeh Bedar " picnic and the International Hour which the group co-sponsored with the International Club. The association ' s officers were Behrooz Motazed, presi- dent; Abolghaseme Sadegh, vice-president; and Mohamad Tadayon, secretary-treasurer. The group ' s faculty sponsor was Joe West Neal. Front Row: Mohammad Javad Tamaddoni, Mohammad Soltani, Vivi- an Mahlab, Lili Mostafavi Kashani, Houshang Masudi. Second Row: Siavash Noorzad, Skandar Zahabi, Ahmad Vadie, Mojtaba Yazdi, Abolghaseme Sadegh. Third Row: Rostam M. Kavoussi, Khodayar Mostafavi Kashani, Behrooz Motazed, Khosrow Tadayyon, Ahmad Saberian. Page 97 ISRAELI STUDENT ORGANIZATION Bringing Israeli students closer to the rest of the campus, the University chapter of the Israeli Student Organization opens its membership to any interested person. Members this year were from several Middle Eastern countries as well as North and South America, giving a broad range of views and customs within the group. Activities for the year included the Chanukah party, an informal get-together for ISO members and families. The ceremony of the lighting of Chanukah candles was observed with traditional food and entertainment. Mr. Hess, new Israeli consul general in Houston, visited the organization, first to meet individual members and later to give an informative talk on Israel. Other speakers for the year were Moshe Schwarcz, visiting professor of the Hebrew department, and Israeli author, Yizhar. They spoke on the Israeli Nobel Prize winner, S. J. Agnon. Officers for the year were Tuvia Adar, president; Peter Rona, vice-president; and Abraham Zilkha, secretary-treas- urer. Faculty adviser was Rabbi Clyde Terry Sills, director of Hillel Foundation. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Joanie Alexander Frederick David Asnes Mrs. Frederick David Asnes Aaron Bar-Adon Mrs. Aaron Bar-Adon Bartley Ben Bard Raphael Ben-Shoshan Mrs. Raphael Ben-Shoshan David Bennett Richard Joseph Birnholz Aaron Cholow Michael Murfey Dean Mrs. Judah Leon Fish Tobi Flatow Marcia Ellen Freed Evelyn Goldberg Janet Golden Mrs. Joseph Kaspi Richard Harold Klein David A. Landy Rochelle Gail Lazar Sue Ann Leben Harris Lenowitz Mrs. Harris Lenowitz Connie McKinlay Joan Ellen Morgenstern Michael Reiter Mrs. Michael Reiter Peter Rona Mrs. Peter Rona Carl Ian Rubinroit Mrs. Carl Ian Rubinroit Steve Schuster Jonathan Sharon Mrs. Clyde Terry Sills Arthur Skibell Barry Solomon Susan Stein Raphael Szechtman Lester Turner David Allan Weiner Mrs. David Allan Weiner Jose Zonana Front Row: Abraham Zilkha, Rabbi Clyde Terry Sills, Tuvia Adar. Second Row: Tommy Ber, Julio Algaze Levy, Naomi Jean Rosner, Bary Allan Gold. Third Row: Rabbi Judah Leon Fish, Joseph Kaspi, David T. Raphael, James Lee Kessler, Robin Kama! Shaoul. Page 98 Front Row: John Wooley, James Wharton, Jack Provine, Jack Bryant, Jim McNew, Floyd Bradshaw, John Sweeney Jr., Walter Gould, James Godfrey, Morris Ruchelman, Karen Taylor, Pamela Greinert, Sara Gray. Second Row: Floyd Ploeger, David Mayhall, Gregory Powers, Robert Ola, Ronald Wiltse, Harry Lundell, Alfred Hernandez, Barry Bobbitt, Richard Harrison, Clyde Durbin Jr., Roy Reed, Jack Richardson, Timothy Ruse. Third Row: Steven Ezon, Charles Girard, Marc Becker, Wade Wilson, James Dorsey, Claude Henderson, Robert Kelly, Stephen Brochstein, Roland Johnson III, Robert Caller, Tomas Salterio, Thurman Roberts, Bob Evans, David Montgomery, Gregory Hunter. Fourth Row: Neil Classic, David Elsberry, John Behrens, Anthony Daywood, Michael Cox, Robert Sproat, David Haag, Dorsey Ray, Warren Wilson, Elmo Miller, Edgar Granger, Marshall Cargill, Edward Eckenroth, Ronald Nance, Coy Doss. Fifth Row: David DeWall, Charles Wilson III, Kenneth Wharton, Charles Turner, Gilberto Salinas, Robert Pratt Jr., Hollis Black III, George Clifton, Steve Baranoff, Guy Haynes, Edward Ritter, Trescott Smith, David Bell, Dennis Crocker, Paul Collier. laxnritz ill; : : ; - ra is JRfiter I iiuuil u Unroll a uoi Mais A -.- : Itbtr lllu laner Titia Ata tao fen " . ibH ti KARATE CLUB TAB KWON DO To all students of the University, the Karate Club offers qualified instruction in karate for self-defense, as a sport and for physical fitness. This year the club attended the UT Invitational Karate Championships in Austin and the US Invitational in Dallas. At the end of each semester, belt-ranking examinations are given by sixth-degree Black Belt Jhoon Rhee. Guest instructors were Jhoon Rhee from Washington, DC, Allan Steen, third-degree Black Belt from Dallas, and Bruce Turner, first-degree Black Belt from Maryland. This year ' s officers were James David Godfrey, presi- dent; James Eric Wharton, vice-president; Walter Eddy Gould, secretary-treasurer; and John Carey Wooley, head instructor. Robert Higley, assistant director of the Inter- national Office, sponsored the club. Harry Lundell displayed Black-Belt form in a Karate Club exhibition. Page 99 MITCHELL AEROSPACE FLIGHT To further the traditions and concepts of the US Air Force, advance space-age citizenship, and support airpower in its role in national security are the aims of Mitchell Aerospace Flight. Creating closer and more efficient rela- tionships within the Air Force ROTC and more effective development of Air Force officers, membership is restricted to freshman and sophomore cadets. The Flight offers them the opportunity to participate in social, service and educa- tional programs. Major activities of the year included the signing of Christ- mas cards for servicemen in Viet Nam and a Round-Up booth; at Halloween the group joined with Angel Flight pledges to provide an outing and party for underprivileged children. This year ' s officers were Antonio Alvarado, commander; Lloyd Bernard Stearns Jr., executive officer; Earnest Craw- ford Leake II, operations officer; Frank Chatmon, adminis- trative officer; and Roger Philip Macon, comptroller. Capt. John M. Squires was the faculty adviser. Members not pictured are Robert Earl Bearden, Charles Franklin Bowles, Richard Everett Payne and Daniel Anton Pokorney. I Front Row: Roger Philip Macon, Lloyd Bernard Stearns, John Morrison Squires, Beth Anne Shectman, Antonio Alvarado, Earnest Leake II, Frank Chatmon. Second Row: James Calder Robertson, Jimmy Douglas Bryan, John Edward Gentry, Patrick Glenn Eck, David Murrel Davis, Calder Louis Robertson, William Garner Hughes, Larry Kenneth Burke, Wayland Merle Watts III. Third Row: Robert Allen Sullivan, Fred Dwayne West, Phillip Couch Scott, Timothy Moser Rogers, Lambert Larkin Koeniger, Robert Dwain Blakley, Robert Michael Fowler, John Richard Carey, Brian Donnell Dicker- son. Fourth Row: Thomas James Martin Jr., Barry Gene Smith, Walter David Edwards, Harold Louis Stienke, Frank Henry Wagner Jr., David Bruce Cook, Alexander Bernard Smith, William Alton Willms, Glen Marshall McFarlin, James Doyal Milner. ! I Bii .:. ' Page 100 Below: The Newman Club Chapel. Right: The library offered stu- dents the opportunity to study at the Center. [Christ. iffld-Up IFlijlt ivileged i.Capt Charles NEWMAN CLUB The University Catholic student organization, Newman Club, helps members serve their spiritual, intellectual, and social needs by meeting with other students and discussing current problems. Also included in the program are speeches by noted religious and professional authorities. Outstanding speakers this year were Father George Murphy, director of Internal Affairs of the National Newman Student Federation, and Father Drinan, professor of law. Fellowship is provided through community service projects as well as social events. The year ' s officers were Vidal Falcon, president; Norman Richard Hitzges, first vice-president; Frances Elaine Kramer, second vice-president; William K. Perry, third vice-presi- dent; Patricia Graham, secretary; and Paul Russell Peterson, treasurer. Father David O ' Brien was the faculty adviser. llalley, Ditto- SB taper Alton Front Row: Paul Russell Peterson, Mary Margaret Russell, Frances Elaine Kramer, Carole Ann Thompson, Harold Dennis Grotevant, William K. Perry Jr., Carole Ann Elliot, Richard William Moreland, Patricia Ann Graham, Vidal Falcon, Norman Richard Hitzges. Second Row: James Michael Lutz, William Henry Daniel, Edward John Ermis, Steven Craig Broome, Ernest Lemuel Haywood, Edvardo Daniel Barrera, James Lewis McGavern, Gary William Johnson, Lee Hodges Jr., Antonio Alvarado. Third Row: Carol Jean Rose, Mary Catherine Moody, Mary Claudia Neil, Bernadette Hubbard, Kathleen Margaret Geenen, Susan Marie Palousek, Maureen Lynn McGavern, Betsy Kilday, Grace Darling Whitener, Kay Hammond, James Everett Embry. Fourth Row: Mateo Gilberto Bosquez, Kevin Harvey Smith, Pamela Agnes Shropshire, Josephine Ann Lovece, Cristina C. Guerra, Patricia Ann Yantch, Mary Margaret Nathman, Vicki Lynne Murph, Mary Christine Meismer, Luz Brunilda Torres, Deborah Ann Hooley, Kathleen L. Swaney, Mary Anne Graham. Fifth Row: Larry Kenneth Burke, Donald Allen Hadd, Joseph Francis Pentony, James Darwin Vasek, Richard George Kramer, Stephen Joseph Hughes, Omar Josef Holguin, Robert Francis Miley, Duncan Lybran Sisk, Gustavo Ramon Ortega, David Burton Kettler. Page 101 Freshmen battled it out for a spot in the tournament THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION Offering an opportunity for participation in debate, ora- tory, extemporaneous speaking and oral interpretation, The Oratorical Association is open to all students of the Univer- sity regardless of their major or classification. The association holds several practice debates throughout the year. This year the squad attended tournaments at North- western, University of Chicago, University of Redlands, Harvard University, Baylor University, TCU and several other colleges in Texas and Oklahoma. Officers were Samuel Franklin Baxter, president; .Lloyd Alton Doggett, vice-president; Leslie Ann Michel, secretary; and Lonn Wood Taylor and Edwin William Knaak Jr., de- bate coaches. John Rex Wier, director of forensics, sponsored the organization. Front Row: Leslie Ann Michel, Honitu Kay Hinshaw, Merry Maureen Clark, David Kenneth Sharkelford, Helen Eleanor Cranberry, Lonn Wood Taylor. Second Row: Marlene Krafcheck, Robert Lawrence Howard, Sallcy Elizabeth Reynolds, Daniel Diaz Jr., Mary Ann Keesee, John Rex Wier Jr. Third Row: David John Andrews, Theo- dore Rolf Windecker, John Stephen 0 ' DeII, Kenneth Lamar Ben- night, Michael William Morgan, Edwin William Knaak Jr. Fourth Row: Lloyd Alton Doggett, James Fredrick Oiesen, Charles Edward Watkins, Samuel Franklin Baxter, Jeffrey Graham Seward, James Shaw Sherman, Joel Marsh Norvell. Page 102 Front Row: Emma Long, Stuart M. Long, Mrs. Lester Palmer, Lester Palmer, Mahmud Yusuf Zayid. Second Row: Helen Ann Wells, Ahmed Yousef Torkey, Hussein Hassan Abudawood, Ibrahim Abbas Natto, Saeed Hussain Buraiky, Musallam Nasser A. Shuman, Mah- moud M. El-lababidi. Third Row: Saleh Osta Omar, Barbara Jean Porter, Jennie Marie Fleischer, Ahmed Othman Thabit, Hakim Ab- dulgalil Burshan, Mohammed Ahmed Mashat, the Rev. E. A. Heye, Mrs. E. A. Heye, Ihsan Hameed Faraj, Elizabeth Ann Adams, Ghassan M. Arnaoot, Naziha Ali Hajjaj, Kareem Ali Hajjaj. Fourth Row: Maan Fuad Lahabidi, Carole Jeanne Haralson, Mrs. Asad Dafterdar Saidiah, Mohmemed Dafterdar Yarub, Mohammad Amin Hijazi, Taha Mohammed Zaghmout, Adel A.J. Abboud, Toni Milliard Hartley, Arturo Gonzalez, Mahmoud Shafik Bakri, Omar Mahmoud Kouzi, Mounir Ali Mahdi, Galal Fakhr-El-Din, Lisa Fakhr-El-Din. Fifth Row: Annette Margret Meiners, Khamis Amer Nahdi, Gaye Russell, Nasser I. Al-Rashid, Mouhamed Bassam Barazi, Amin Mahmud Maria, Tarik A.M. Yass, Diane Werlla, Marcia Florice Crist, Dene Ann Warnke, Fahd Hamid Dakhil, Sandra Kay Sitton. : ORGANIZATION OF ARAB STUDENTS A social and cultural group, the Organization of Arab Stu- dents was established to create a good relationship between Arab students and American students. The Texas chapter is one of more than one hundred chapters in the United States and Canada. Members provide free tutoring for those students studying Arabic and the group sends lecturers to churches, schools and civic groups to give them a better understanding of the Arab world. The major social activities of the OAS were the Scheher- azade party and the Arab dinners. At the Scheherazade party, a queen was chosen for the year, and Arabian dances and songs as well as the Scheherazade play were presented. The OAS usually has two dinners during the year. The one in the fall semester honors a faculty member or an Austin city official. This fall the guests at the dinner were Lester Palmer, mayor of Austin, and the City Council. The fall officers of the OAS were Mahmoud El-Lababidi, president; Musallam Nasser A. Shuman, vice-president; Ibrahim Abbas Natto, secretary; Saeed Hussain Buraiky, treasurer; and Hussein Hassan Abudawood, social chairman. The spring officers were Saeed Hussain Buraiky, president; Olga Nasri Ghantous, vice-president; Ibrahim Abbas Natto, secretary; Ahmed Othman Thabit, treasurer; and Hussein Hassan Abudawood, social chairman. Arab students entertained at their annual Scheherazade Festival. Page 103 Front Row: Mary Buice Alderson, Jane Pruett Sherrill. Second Row: Jane Jarrell Brooks, James Preston Sellars Jr., Mary Margaret Neikirk, Colleen Mary O ' Connor. Third Row: Curtis Jackson Alder- son, James Glenn Murray, Reba Jeanette Brian, Terry Gay Eudy, Tania Rae Torrence, Mary Margaret Walters, Sally Jeanann Mallett. Fourth Row: Brenda Kaye Cosby, Dwight Lewis MacAllister, Michael Edward O ' Shea, James Edward Brooks, Terry William Hale, Angela Beth Patton, Ann Maria Lowdon. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB Opportunities for professional advancement, educational enrichment, and promotion of the profession by providing leadership and service to the University are the goals of the Physical Education Majors Club. Membership is open to all undergraduate and graduate majors in physical and health education, elementary education majors with a specialization in physical and health education, and to the members of the faculty of the Department of Physical and Health Education. Major activities of the year included an orientation to the department for Texas high school seniors and a banquet honoring all seniors in the department. Guest speakers to the group included Elnora J. Noack, Lloyd Messersmith, Lynn Wade McCraw and several teachers from the Austin Public Schools. At the last annual meeting of the PEM club, a class of health students from Austin High School gave us a fine example of such a class. Their teacher was Betty Wright, health instructor at Austin High School. Topics discussed by the health class ranged from traits most admired in girls to selecting one ' s career. This class showed a high level of maturity and seemed to really enjoy the health course. Club officers were Jane Pruett Sherrill, president; James Preston Sellars Jr., vice-president; Jane Jarrell Brooks, sec- retary; and Margaret Elizabeth Lain, treasurer. Lynn McCraw, professor of physical and health education, spon- sored the club. At the April meeting Miss Betty Wright, health instructor at Austin High School conducted the program entitled " Health Education. " Page 104 Tejas members held an Open House for Assembly candidates. TEJAS CLUB Providing an intellectual atmosphere of scholarship, leader- ship and fellowship for its members, the all-male organiza- tion of the Tejas Club attracts members with above-average academic and leadership abilities. In order to provide closer student-faculty relationships, the club invited professors as dinner guests. It also spon- sored a Christmas party for underprivileged children. Speakers to the group included Judge Joe Greenhill of of the Texas Supreme Court, David Edwards, and James Houston, visiting professor from Oxford. This year ' s officers were Charles Michael Dickey, Xinesi; Bobby Marshall Gierisch, vice-president; Joseph Roland Krier, secretary; Richard Ray Spears, business manager; and Robert Ruben Schmidt, social chairman. Front Row: Paul Marquis Quinton, Paschel Lee Church, John Wes- Gillette, ley Cardwell, Joe Alan Shull, Mabel K. Boles, Robert Ruben Richard Schmidt, William Clinton Reagan, Ihsan Hameed Faraj, Peter Jack- Roland son Barr. Second Row: Gerald Frank McKimmey, James Richard Denver Ross, Billy Joe Hair, Tommy Neal Cowan, David Michael Gregory, Charles James Samuel Groves, Charles Michael Dickey, Douglas Wayne Henry Richnow, George Matthews Fleming. Third Row: Larry Lester Long, Polasek Bobby Marshall Gierisch, James Robert Kamrath, Michael Lowery George Barton Butts, Raymond Mislock, Billy Dean Estes, Ray Spears. Fourth Row: Kent Morrison Rider, Joseph Krier, Anthony Charles Jung, James Amador Daross, Keith Moore, James Stewart Wilson, Tommy Doc Raye, Royce Lamberth. Members not pictured: Charles Clayton Doyle, William McFarling, James Grover McMains, Ronald Lynn , Gary Clifton Shaw, David Lee Shull, John Martin Skrhak Jr. Page 105 Below: The International Center at 100 West 26th Street offered foreign students the chance to get together and discuss plans for their various activities. Right: Organizations gathered supplies for the needy at Christmas. Bottom: Newman Club members made use of the recreation room at their Center. Page 106 ffi PROFESSIONAL Page 107 Front Row: Robert Louis Beisenherz, Linda Ann Martin, David G. Beverage. Second Row: James Scott Shively, Curtis Eugene Moore II, Felicia Yvonne Durley, James Arthur Ryan, Carl Joseph Lutz, Charles Leroy Van House Jr., James Earl Drennan, Barbara Jean Richardson, Johanna Frances Bannon. Third Row: Charles Edwin Blank, Charles Vance Parker, William Ed Brooks, Tignor Milling Thompson, Michael William Ohlendorf, Ronald Elvin An- drews, Dennis Lee Dawson, Joseph Angel Mimari, James McArdle. Members not pictured: John Strock Bickley, Thomas Charles Master- 4 in m -i. y ::o 1 Son id nl ACTUARIAL CLUB One of the few groups of its kind in the nation, the Actuarial Club was formed to help its members learn more about insurance companies and meet those working in the insurance business. The highlights of this year ' s activities were the field trips, one of which was to Dallas where members visited various insurance companies. Speakers to the club were actuaries well known in the field. Some of these men were from the Southwest, others from the north and east. Eugene Wisdom and George Van Fleet were among the year ' s speakers. Officers were Robert Louis Beisenherz, president, and Linda Ann Martin, secretary-treasurer. David G. Beverage was the faculty sponsor. Melvin Jones, president of American Founders Life Insurance Com- pany, spoke at club meeting. Page 108 u, Fa, 9n ALPHA CHI SIGMA A professional chemistry fraternity, Alpha Chi Sigma offers opportunities for its members to meet with other members in forty-seven national chapters and with men in chemistry and allied professions. It also provides contact for its members with the chemistry and chemical engineering professors at the University. Robert Samuel Schechter was one of the professors who spoke to the group this year. The organization also offers numerous social activities. Some of this year ' s events were the fall and spring pledge scavenger hunts, the Christmas and Round-Up formal dances and the Round-Up showcase display. This year ' s officers were Stephen Rester, master alchemist ; Gary Loren Greene, vice-master alchemist; Richard Harry Stephens, house treasurer; David Calhoun Bonner, reporter; and Jay Henry Troell, treasurer. The sponsor was William Albert Noyes Jr. Members not pictured are Charles Francis Archer, Joe Tom Bouchier, Bobby Joe Bowen, John Wesley Cardwell, John Carl Gilbert, Henry Harvey Hesser, Richard Lee Kam- mer, Richard Albert Kirsten, Dennis L. Leser, Henry William Lester, William Douglas Marshall, Wallace Lee McKeehan, Harry Douglas Pruett III, Ronald Bert Reinarz, Thomas William Richardson, Robert Ruben Schmidt, Patrick William Schreckenbach, Thomas A. J. Vaughan and Wayne Evan Voskamp. Front Row: John Earl Stevens, Stanley Charles Froehner, David Calhoun Bonner, Stephen Rester, Gary Loren Greene, Jay Henry Troell, Richard Harry Stephens. Second Row: Lawton Evans Drake, Rohert Joel Barnhart, Marshall Waneal Abernathy Jr., Thomas Frank Bailey, Craig Everett Whitfill, Charles Howard Fletcher Jr., Charles Franklin Stratton, Ronald Lowell Chaffin, Frank Edward Hangs Jr. Third Row: Robert James Brock, Kenneth Bruce DeVos, John Thomas Rotenberry, Gerald Paul Kuehler, Charles Edward Hudson III, Thomas Edwin Glass, Carroll Jay Forrest, John Edgar Goodpasture, William Bryan Fagan. Fourth Row: John Calvin Shep- ard Jr., Daniel Lloyd Walker, Henry Harvey Hesser, Dennis Alan Humphris, Irvin Melvin Newman Jr., James Richard Ross, Leonard Weldon Cooper, Clarence Arthur Niebuhr, Charles Louis Hilsher. Fifth Row: Thomas C. Ponder Jr., John Ray Knippa, William Ken- neth Shumpes, Don Wayne Hoppens, Rodger Lee Staha, Gary Wayne Munson, James Hughes Price Jr., Robert Francis Shokes, Eddie Allen Williamson. Page 109 Front Row: William Anthony Mindak, Ronald Thomas Henley, Ken- neth Ray Thomas Jr., John Marshall Witherspoon, Stephen Chatfield Parten, Ernest Alonzo Sharpe. Second Row: James Harrison Moody, Jerry Arnold Greenberg, Trescott Kimmerjon Smith, Kenneth Earl Casey, Loyd Tullos Jr., Benjamin Armistead Baldwin Jr., Roy Hannihal Matthews Jr., Ken Sanger Badt, Forrest Freeman Preece Jr. Third Row: Rabun Thomas Wilson III, Alan Russell Erwin, David Charles Porter, George Westfall Gretser, Donald Wayne Cox, A. Clay Kistler II, Jack Malcolm Bethune, Leonard Sheldon Spitzer Jr., Lloyd Michael Shellhorn, John Jerry Cassel. : in t id ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Bringing top speakers and programs to the University to keep members aware of the rapid changes in advertising, Alpha Delta Sigma offers summer employment, a scholarship, and contacts in the advertising field for its members. Speakers included Larry DuPont of Tracy-Locke Advertis- ing, who spoke at the fall banquet, and Bill D. Goforth of Grant Advertising. Among the year ' s activities were the Radio Advertising Seminar and a fall banquet and cocktail party. In the spring groups of members went on field trips to Dallas, Fort Worth and New York. Officers were John Marshall Witherspoon, president; Kenneth Ray Thomas Jr., vice-president; Stephen Chat- field Parten, secretary; and Ronald Thomas Henley, treas- urer. Sponsors were Ernest Alonzo Sharpe and William Anthony Mindak. Members not pictured are James Walter Bunting, Dale Lynn Chrisman, James George Cole, Fred Archie DuBose, Joseph Leonard Hamrick Jr., Robert Charles Maxham, James Edward Mclnnis Jr., Michael James McNabb, Kent Garrett Platzer, Curtis Edward Posey, Richard Aldrich Riley, Gerald Vincent Risovi, Kenneth Joe Shelton, Stephen Christopher Stuyck and Daniel E. Sulkin. I to Alpha Delta Sigma members and guests enjoyed a cocktail party before their fall banquet. Page 110 ALPHA KAPPA PSI The oldest professional business fraternity, founded in 1904, Alpha Kappa Psi links the business curriculum with both service and social activities. It gives members experience in organization, administration, public relations, public speaking and other activities which will be of practical value in their careers in business. Members are selected from business administration students who possess ability and potentiality for business success. Among the year ' s activities were three student-faculty luncheons which advanced relationships between students and faculty of the College of Business Administration. Speakers to the group were Howard Cox, president of Capi- tal National Bank, John Strock Bickley and Joe G. Moore Jr. of the Texas Water Development Board. Fall officers were John Lester Sharp, president; Roger Edwin Camp, vice-president; Ronald Patrick Turner, secre- tary; Donald Howard Anderson, treasurer; and Gail Leslie Douglas, master of rituals. Spring officers were Ronald Patrick Turner, president; Louis Leroy Squyres Jr., vice- president; Spencer Leroy O ' Connor, secretary; Lee Byron Faulkner, treasurer; John Jay Parmelee Jr., master of rituals. Members not pictured are William Braxton Batey, Bill Owen Bull, David William Cook, Robert Gene Culak, Thomas Scott Jaster, Paul Richard Lundquist, Jerome William Pekar, David Wayne Sadler, Terry Van Simons and Joe Ben Walker. Spring pledges are William J. Balkon, John P. Balzen, Charles P. Brown, Mike Baskerville, John L. Bryant, Mark A. Calhoun, John Barnes Cartwright, David Ray Carter, Douglas Day, Tieman H. Dippel Jr., James F. Eason, Rick L. Eisenbach, Brian Dudley Evans, Richard L. George, Douglas Goodwin, Richard Louis Giesecke, David Lee Gris- som, Tommy Harris, Robert M. Hays, William Randolph Hunter, Ronald G. Janda, Dan R. Johnson, Fred A. Krenzke, George Luttrell, Raymond Martin, Frank L. Mauro, David E. Miller, Curtis E. Moore II, Chris Pappas, Mark W. Pay- ton, Steve Travis Rice, David Royal, Edward Smith, Harry L. Taylor, James Louis Terilli, Don Weber, Rollie Williams. Front Row: Gail Leslie Douglas, Ronald Patrick Turner, John Lester Sharp, Roger Edwin Camp, Donald Howard Anderson. Second Row: Stephen William Bell, David Mitchell Baker, Nathan James Bell IV, Robert Harold Maginel, Gordon D. Bayless Jr., Stephen Agalou, Wilbert Lee Ullrich, Edwin John Simek Jr., Alfonso Javier Garza Jr. Third Row: Steven Samuel Ezon, James Arthur Bondurant, Charles Ray Miller, Lee Byron Faulkner, Fred Barry Moore III, James Lonnie Conahan, William C. Smith, Gyles Richard Norwood, William Anthony O ' Neill II, Frank Giddings Stone. Fourth Row: Ernest Leo Deadman, John Eary Cockrum, Spencer Leroy O ' Con- nor, James Leon Hammonds, Henry William Anthony HI, Edwin Ward Prewitt Jr., John Jay Parmelee Jr., Roy Eugene Bates, Gary William Johnson, Lynn Barnett Gray. Fifth Row: Richard Allen Grigsby, Johnny Lee Martinec, John J. Lee Caffee, Don Edward Leach, Ralph Patrick Gilbert Jr., Louis Leroy Squyres Jr., Aaron Edward Lamb Jr., George Albert Nolle, Richard Alan Dial, Ronald Elvin Andrews. Page 111 r ALPHA PHI TAU A professional fraternity for medical technology students enrolled in Microbiology 001 a, Alpha Phi Tau has four meetings each semester, presenting speakers from various areas of the profession. Among this year ' s speakers were Helen Lacy from NASA, who works with manned space flights, and John Spikes, technical director and chief technologist at the UT Medical Branch in Galveston. Alpha Phi Tau is affiliated nationally with Alpha Delta Theta. This year ' s officers were Barbara June Childs, president, and Lydia Frances Furness, secretary-treasurer. Sponsor was Peter Jurtshuk Jr., assistant professor of microbiology. Members of Alpha Phi Tau learned to use a centrifuge in their microbiology course. Front Row: Peggy Ann Magner, Elizabeth Lee, Brenda Raynelle Wilkins, Linda Leah Bowlin, Candace Gayle Kroon, Karen Amelia Bynum, Nancy Kay Duke, Ardath Ann Payne, Nancy Augusta Cowen. Second Row: Sandra Stewart Johnson, Carolyn Reynolds, Marilyn Diane Nixon, Judith Claire Repman, Peggy Ann Finger, Lydia Frances Furness, Barbara June Childs, Linda Sue Groce, Pamela Lynn Hearn, Susan Nell Wright, Betty Smallwood, Sarah Dennett. Third Row: Linda Kay Porterfield, Renee Elenita Garcia, Linda Ann Blankenship, Nancy Rae Koehn, Sandra Jean Occhipinti, Judith Forman, Jo Anne Ellis, Jan C. Barton, Elizabeth Ann Sunderman, Martha Louise Woody, Maria Lydia Salinas. Fourth Row: Danna Fields Dewlen, Lucile Blake Sparenberg, Lorna Hacke, Linda Jo Martin, Julia Elizabeth Gillespie, Michael Dale Brockway, Winona Ruth Schloemer, Patricia Lynn Dalmont, Roberta Mae Cowan, Joseph Paul Glabasnia, Margaret Elizabeth Apperson. Page 112 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Edmund Sami Abboud Fereydoon Bader Ferris Woodrow Barton Jr. William Norman Berezovytch Gary Wilson Boyd Thomas Oswell Brightman Samuel Duncan Burnett Richard Charles Carmichael Kenneth Dwayne Coleman George Mallory Collins Kenneth Ray Demers Daniel Miachel Drury Walter Pat Grady Frank Pierce Greenhaw Jimmie Marion Grigsby Gary Fread Guenthner Michael Shane Herrington Michael Glenn Huffman M. Omar Jazzar Chuck Fan Jeu Jr. Donald Earl Jones Roy Lee Keith William Jay Lowery Mounir All Mahdi Robert Donald Martell James Owen Martin Robert Don McCrary Gail Lee McLain Ray Stewart McManus James Ronald McQuary Craig Lewis Moore Charles Morales-Webster Robert Louis Pedrolie Michael Lee Peine Joseph Terry Pitt Lonnie Lemar Porter Joe Daniel Prihoda Manuel Charles Rodriguez John William Romberg Charles Ray Ruble Candelario Saenz William Alexander Senseman Robert Morris Sexton Jr. Frank Henry Spellmann Marion Edward Striegler William Douglas Sullivan Larry Malcolm Swayze James Allen Thompson Michael Thompson Don H. Thornbury Jr. Dwight Emerson Urelius Richard Eugene Watson Gary Dwayne Wessels Lawrence Riley Williams Douglas Eugene Winters Carlton Davis Yarbrough Jr. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS The aim of the American Association of Architectural Engineers is to offer conscientious students in architectural engineering a chance to expand their knowledge and interest in design beyond the classroom. This goal is pursued through improved student-faculty relations, acquaintance with pro- fessionals in architecture, scholarships to outstanding stu- dents and lectures by professionals. This year the AAAE par- ticipated in the annual University Power Show and such social events as the AAAE and Engineering Sweetheart elec- tions, a spring picnic, and a spring awards banquet. Officers were Lawrence Andrew Fuess, president; Ronald Norman Macon, vice-president; Benjamin Herbert Nichols, secretary; and Edmund Joseph Hubenak Jr., treasurer. Fac- ulty sponsor was Barton Darrell Riley. Front Row: Benjamin Herbert Nichols, Edmund Joseph Hubenak Jr., Ronald Norman Macon, Lawrence Andrew Fuess, Barton Darrell Riley, Franklin Beaumont Johnson, David Wayne Fowler. Second Row: Kenneth Gordon Roesle, Richard Owen Clark, Chiyyarath Velayudhan Surendran, Alan Bruce Matejowsky, Jo Ann Turk, Donnie Neil Walton, Maynard Sidney Classcock, Forrest Alexander Andrews, Thomas Frank Sewell. Third Row: Terry Tamlyn Vick, Floyd Louis Oliver Jr., Marcelino Gonzalez, James Curtis Harper Jr., Ron H. Munden, Lawrence Grider Johnson, Henry Grady Guest, Frank Bryan Cook, Thomas Alan Erdmann, Roben Kamal Shaoul. Fourth Row: Ronald Lee Munden, Gerald Saunders Prickette, Wil- liam Alfred Goyen, Jerry Leroy Vernon, James Harold Jones II, Douglas Starks Porter Jr., Skipper Cole Good, Anthony Francis Delia Croce Jr., Herbert Kenneth Rigsbee Jr. Page 113 Dennis Harry Withers congratulated Paula Beth Savage, AIAA Sweetheart, who was later elected Miss Engineer. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS A student professional society composed of people in aero-space-related fields of study, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics provides a link between the academic and industrial worlds, and offers services to the Department of Aero-Space Engineering in the form of a freshman orientation program. AIAA members toured the facilities of Rocketdyne and of the Manned Spacecraft Center at Houston this past year. Meetings featured speakers from such organizations as Boe- ing, Ling-Temco-Vought and NASA. The annual picnic provided a chance for students to meet with each other and with the faculty in the informal atmos- phere of a barbecue. This year ' s officers were Carroll Burton Branstetter, chair- man; Steven Troy Fisher, vice-chairman; James Robert Kelsey, corresponding secretary; Marvin Edward Willard, recording secretary; and William Eugene Rister, treasurer. Faculty adviser was Richard Reese Ensminger. : . Front Row: Richard Reese Ensminger, Marvin Edward Willard, James Robert Kelsey, Carroll Burton Branstetter, Steven Troy Fisher, Philip Louis Daily, William John Vanden Bosch. Second Row: Charles Samuel Cotropia, Charles Gene Voorhees, Richard Kent Davis, James Howard Wiggins, Michael Duane Burns, David Lee Shull, Jimmy Doyle Wilson, Larry Wayland Grimm, Robert Luis Trevino, Joel Simon Lissauer, Jimmy Douglas Bryan. Third Row: Morris Jackson Ruchelman, Richard Arthur Warriner, James Dar- win Vasek, Steven Sprague Boss, Robert Wayne Burson, John Wil- liam Hicks, Ralph Leon Clinard Jr., John Christian Hinkle, Robert Larry Dulaney, Stephen Leslie Addington, Ronald Ray Rounsaville, Albert Fred Schkade Jr. Fourth Row: William Robert Holmberg, Ernest Leroy Williams Jr., Richard Melville West, Karl Henry Brauer II, Kenneth Edward Griffin, Richard David Whitlock, Richard Edgar Wheelis, Don Kenneth Hollis, Carroll Lynn Guess, Brock Randall Stone, Vincent Warren Voytek, Glenn Ray Parkan. Page 114 I Front Row: Edward Blume Wallace, Jon Boykin Decherd, Jackie Lynn Wilson. Second Row: Joe Wayne Wallace, John Ross Brecken- ridge, William Edward Von Rosenberg, Herbert Joseph Barnard Jr., Byrian Frances Cass, Daniel Kirk Hamilton Jr., Owen William Blu- dau, Ignac Frank Genzer, Bryce Eugene Bonner. Third Row: Jerrel Howard Sutton, Allan Floyd Edwards, Clyde Douglas Townsend, Joe Icinus Stubblefield, Anne Mary Fraser, Gary Goodhue Covert, James Dennis Wilson, Darrell Gail Welch Jr., James Thomas Brown. 1 us AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS Preparing students to make the change from academic to professional areas of architecture is the purpose of the student chapter of the American Institute of Architects. It helps the student to understand the responsibilities that he must be able to meet in his architectural career. Mem- bers learn to work together by means of lectures, field trips and conventions. The regional conference of the student AIA was one of the major activities of the year. It was coordinated by Frank Genzer, Texas regional director. The convention topic was " The Student ' s Concern for his Architectural Education. " Speakers of the year were Raymond L. Gaio, director of the state chapter of student affairs, and George Hasslein, dean of the School of Architecture at California State Poly- technic College. Fall officers were Jon Boykin Decherd, president; J. Lynn Wilson, vice-president; Sheron Smith Hawthorne, secretary; and Edward Blume Wallace, treasurer. Spring officers were J. Lynn Wilson, president; John Ross Brecken- ridge, vice-president; Anne Mary Fraser, secretary; and James Dennis Wilson, treasurer. The fall sponsor was Rich- ard Proctor Swallow, and the spring sponsor, Frank Edward Whitson Jr. The AIA sponsored a trip to the Yucatan Peninsula during the February break. Page 115 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Providing its members opportunities to meet with the chemical engineering faculty and to learn of the profession, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers sponsors a speaker each month to describe a chemical engineer ' s work in his particular industry. Major activities of the year included the Engineering Power Show, a spring picnic and a trip to a chemical plant. AIChE officers were Ronny Vonhoy Yates, president; David Calhoun Bonner, vice-president; Tim Byron Jahnke, recording secretary; Irvin Melvin Newman Jr., correspond- ing secretary; and Herman William Hoffman Jr., treasurer. James Rush Brock, associate professor of chemical engineer- ing, was this year ' s sponsor. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bruce Barber Thomas Edward Bissett Emery Erl Borne Joe Tom Bouchier Charles Kennedy Bruhl Jr. Robert Doil Burgess Curtis William Chance John Ritchey Clayton Mario Julio Concha Leonard Weldon Cooper James Omar Cure Dennis Allen Dalrymple Christopher Robert Davis Barrel L. Davis Gary Frank Davis Robert Kenneth Davis Ronald Caradine Dipprey Lawton Evans Drake Hiram Ben Duncan Clifton Howard Durham Jr. Phillip Stanley Dzierlenga Theodore L. Earle William Mike Edwards Irvin Simon Fisch Rolando Antonio Flores-Garcia Carroll Jay Forrest Raymond Walter Frank Jr. William Frederick Freeman Jerry Franklin Graves Gary Loren Greene George Leonard Greene Edgar Dennis Griffith Thomas David Griffith Richard Lee Hargraves John H. Henderson Sidney Gates Hooper Don Wayne Hoppens Harry Jefferson III George Branic Keese Joe Duane Khoury Michael Armistead Klaveness Rebecca Susan Kufus Robert Phillip Kuhlman Dennis L. Leser James Malcolm Lindsey William Farrow Long James Fuller Lyon III William Harbert Marshall Edward Ewing Maxey Christopher Wiley Maynord David Ansel McCain Kenneth Lowell Meisner Floyd Robert Miller John Daniel Miller Gary Wayne Munson Jack S. Newell Clarence Arthur Niebuhr Ronald Frederick Norris Milton Lee Owen Jr. John Thurman Payne Richard Everett Payne John David Peck Joseph Craig Peschka Richard David Pesek Thomas C. Ponder Jr. William John Proft Jr. Robert Wayne Reinicke Stephen Rester Pete Ward Roberts Ronald David Rode Kyle Bruce Rountree Norman Brent Rusk Hart Eugene Schleicher Ted George Schneider John F. Seyer Chris Michael Shaughnessy Ronald Eugene Smith Martin Wayne Somers Richard Harry Stephens John E. Stevens Charles Franklin Stratton James Ray Strong Dana Jan Swan John Palmer Terry Tran Thi Chat Thiet Jimmy Louis Thornton Jay H. Troell Charles E. Vinson John McClelland Waid Daniel Lloyd Walker James Douglas Welch Samuel K. Wiley Terry E. Woods , 1 - to fcn Front Row: Herman William Hoffman Jr., David Calhoun Bonner, Joyce Ann Ingram, Kathryn Nelle Haymes, Ronny Vonhoy Yates, Tim Byron Jahnke. Second Row: Gerald Wallace Gilmore, Marshall Waneal Abernathy Jr., John Preston James, William Randolph Leyen- decker, James Hicks Hasty, Ward Dalley, Ronald Victor Pace, William Douglas Marshall, Francisco Gutierrez III. Third Row: Hussein Hassan Abudawood, Kenneth Tildon McDonald, Charles Louis Hilsher, Thomas Edwin Watts, Irvin Melvin Newman Jr., Wayne Evan Voskamp, Steven Woodrow Hill, Larry Grossman, Sam- uel Mason Watts. Fourth Row: Behrooz Motazed, Leslie James Harwell, John Charles Clements, Hans Guenter Schroeder, Arnold Willis Sanders, William Arnold Smith, David Jordan Lutrick, Dwight Thomas Hammit, Gavin Robert Garrett. Page 116 Front Row: Carol Ann Clark, Anna Brightman, Vickie Lee Herold, Carol Briscoe Thorpe. Second Row: Kathy Lynn Partlow, Marilee Herren, Ina Lynne Brundrett, Billee Claire Albright, Lynda Joyce Cook, Mickey Witt Stockwell, Judy Carolyn Nowotny, Lynne Adair Beavers. Third Row: Patty Lynn Burrows, Barbara Jeanine Harrison, DeeAnn Brown, Julius Lee Tacquard, John Arthur Tarr, Sandra Jean Fischer, Carol Deanne Brooks, Linda Louise Newcomb. Fourth Row: Sylvia Jean Kerckhoff, Anita Coral Miller, Sally Katherine Broyles, Judy Jane Tediord, Bronwen Kathryn Lemmon, Jane Louise Foster, Janis Mae Hughen, Edna Kay Smith. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS Through monthly talks by noted speakers, members of the American Institute of Interior Designers are given an op- portunity to see and hear what it is like to be an interior designer. Among this year ' s speakers were Ann Weber and Nancy Peavy, interior designers from Austin. During the spring semester, Kay Davis of Mildred English Studios, and Herman Jassen, an architect from San Antonio, spoke to the group. AID is open to any upperclassman majoring in interior design. It offers the student a view of the different fields open to him. Activities included an AID spring banquet, participation in Round-Up Showcase and a tour of Austin homes. This year ' s officers were Vickie Lee Herold, president; Sarah Beth Reveley, vice-president; Carol Ann Clark, secre- tary ; Carol Thorpe, corresponding secretary ; and David Har- rison Wright, treasurer. AID sponsor was Anna Brightman. ATD members decorated the Christmas tree in the Home Economics Building. Paj?e 117 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING, METALLURGICAL AND PETROLEUM ENGINEERS With speakers from oil companies, the Soci ety of Petro- leum Engineers of the American Institute of Mining, Metal- lurgical and Petroleum Engineers offered members the opportunity to relate their education to the work of the industry. It also promotes the science of mining with par- ticipation in local and national essay contests sponsored by the AIME, and in national meetings. In April, organization members helped plan the Power Show exhibit held in the Engineering Science Building. The Christmas dance, spring and fall picnics and intramural sports were some of the social activities. Officers were Jerome Pawelek Jr., president; Thomas Wood, vice-president; Larry Harrison, secretary; Robert Appling, treasurer; and Charles Rene Houssiere III, pro- gram chairman. Ben Hall Caudle sponsored the group. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Abdalla Abdelghani Abdalla Kerry Dean Adams John Charles Alexander Robert Franklin Boggus Joe Martin Bryan Ernie Harris Cockrell Theodore Carl Doerr Omar Jubran Esmail William Martin Evans David Weston Gainer Paul Gainer Oscar Newell Goode Jr. Thomas Patrick Grant III William R. Holden Charles Rene Houssiere Jr. Richard Lee Kail Glen Marshall McFarlin Roberto Enrique Munoz Robert J. Naas Alvin Dale Nirider Yn Hong Peng Paul Cutler Randolph John William Rhea III Robert Lee Robertson Douglas Burns Smith Benjamin John Sorrell Tommy Leon Sprinkle Arthur G. Stell Jack E. Vaughn Herald Warren Winkler Front Row: Iman Soengkowo, Jerome Joe Pawlek Jr., Thomas Russell Wood, Frederick William Wiegand Jr., Joel Donald McDowell, John Phillip Servello. Second Row: Johnny Frank Seekamp, Dick Jeffrey Simon, Ilhan Sener, James Kent Malernee Jr., Joe Ray Seekamp, Timothy Dale Taylor, Robert Dexter Appling. Third Row: Ben Hall Caudle, Edwin Larry Harrison, Robert Lynn Sykes, John Lawrence Mendell, Barry Lynn Faulkner, Stanley Stuart Thurber, James Opliss Brown Jr. Page 118 Front Row: Kent Garrett Platzer, Joe Roger Pitzer, Norton Elliott Marks, Jefery Frank Carson, Dennis Carfield Heflin III. Second Row: Vicki Dee Graham, Joanne C. Durflinger, R andee Jane Lind- say, Phillip Ray Craddock, Frank Giddings Stone, William Isaac Davis II, Donald Hervey Keast, Stevann Carol Simpson, Nannette Frances Rountree, Sally Hutchings. Third Row: Donna Lynne Shirley, Bennie Don Stegmann, Richard Alan Schaffer, James Lonnie Cona- han, Jerry Dean Winburne, Leonard Adolph Jurena, Sandra Jeanette Sutherland, Kathleen Karen Kelley, Robert Lester Moore. Fourth Row: Mary Elizabeth Stripling, Charles David Herzfeld, Paul An- thony Layton, Desmond Allen White, Edwin Michael Schofield, John Blackwell Rountree III, Cynthia Lee Williams, Katherine Anne Leach, Gary William Johnson. Fifth Row: Donald Edward Emerson Jr., Linda Jill Albers, David Dean Kocian, Thomas Scott Jaster, Barry Noel Manning, Marvin Roy Mikeska Jr., Don Edward Leach, Jack Morgan Hanshaw, Barry Marshall Kleinman. AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION The University chapter of the American Marketing Asso- ciation serves its members through talks with educators and distinguished members of the marketing field. Speakers this year included Charles Goodyear, vice- president of Humble Oil marketing research; Sterling Swift, regional director of Prentice-Hall Publishers; W. T. Tucker; and Bill D. Goforth, vice-president of Grant Advertising. In addition to having guest speakers to stimulate interest in marketing, the organization aided in new-product intro- duction and gave informal parties. Officers this year were Jef Carson, president; Dennis Heflin III, vice-president; Anne Elizabeth Blankenship, secretary; Joe Pitzer, treasurer; Kent Platzer, publication; and Donald Leon Carr, CBA representative. The faculty sponsor was Norton E. Marks. Bill D. Goforth of Grant Advertising Agency spoke to AMA members. Page 119 F AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS The purpose of the American Society of Civil Engineers is to acquaint civil engineering students with each other and with practicing engineers through technical talks at biweekly meetings. This year the members attended both the state ASCE meeting held in Austin and the national meeting held in Dallas. Other activities included spring and fall picnics and the annual spring Power Show at which the organization had displays. Officers for the fall semester were Samuel David Ellison, president; Michael Eddie Cavalier, vice-president; Cecil Edward Adcock. treasurer; John Philip Buckner, sec- retary; and David Richard Washington, SEC represent- ative. The spring officers were Michael Eddie Cavalier, president; Donald Marvin Horton, vice-president; Cecil Edward Adcock, treasurer; David Richard Washington, secretary; and Victor William Wehman Jr., SEC represent- ative. Sponsor for the group was Joseph Francis Malina Jr., associate professor of civil engineering. Members not pictured are Gary Lee Anderson, Billy Wayne Carter. William Ross Cowan, Henry James Hervol, Robert Brown Higgins Jr., Monard Lamar Kinman Jr.. Donald W. Klinzing, Mark Norman Lamoureux, Robert Arthur Liesman, George Lawrence Light, John Y. Miller, David T. Newbern, Thomas Alan Ohlendorf, Roger Steve Vaughan, Richard Allen Voigt, Victor William Wehman Jr. Front Row: Samuel David Ellison, Cecil Edward Adcock, Michael Edward Cavalier, John Philip Buckner. Second Row: Larry Oliver Clevenger, Dwight Winston Schulz, Wilton Dale Prejean, Henry Reginald Richardson Jr., George Henry Neill, Donald Marvin Horton, Vern Wayne Hanan, William John Neese Jr., Arthur Tobin Mathis, Oscar Fernando Pena. Third Row: Charles Webster Beere, John William Norris, Robert John Brandes, Samuel Harlan Calhoun, Richard Douglas Blakney, David Richard Washington, Gordon Elliott Sparks, Robert Phillip Smith, Earl Harvey Harriss, Monroe Wayne Jones. Page 120 Front Row: Alvin Thomas Jr., Roger Barras, Eddie Howe, Rostam Kavoussi, Bruce Shearer, Robert Cox, William Upthegrove. Second Row: Houshang Masudi, Francisco Diaz, John Pendleton, Frank Bell, Joe D ' Olive, Jerry Sharpless, William Windle, William Craig, James Key, Steven Spaw, Charles Cofas, Terry Christensen, Jorge Arribau, John McAdams. Third Row: David Steitle, Raymond Lamb, Douglas Quinney, Michael Devine, Vernon Staub, Larry Keast, Richard Har- low, Charles Roeber, Horace Spinks, Frederick Battle Jr., James Westerheid, Leonard Hough III, Kenneth Tallman, Richard Ecken- rod, David Miller, Samuel Collier. Fourth Row: John Gauntt, Gary Ferguson, Don Casteter, Arlen Driscoll, William Lund, Douglas McCaskill, Kenneth Eickmann, Stephen Delk, Jack Howe Jr., Don- ald Johnson, Michael Dunkle, John Krueger, William Brandon, Maxie Burnham, Edward Nelson. Fi th Row: Bruce Lyle, James Nesbitt, James Spears, Eugene Mees, Glenn Williams, Kenneth Way- land, James Coffman, Thomas Sumrall, Ronnie Haws, George Long, James Tanner, Robert Ogden Jr., Michael Beal, Paul Kurth, George Wiggins Jr. , MO Resent- Cavalier. t: Cecil vl Mr.. I Jr.. i Sieve ia]r. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS The purpose of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is to increase the knowledge of theory and prac- tice of mechanical engineering. Through close contact with the engineering faculty and students in preparation of technical and social activities, the society prepares its members for their future careers. A main event of this season was a balloon debate. Con- testants included John Robert Silber, J. Neils Thompson, Robert F. Drinan and Clif Drummond. Other activities were a gas economy run, fall and spring picnics, a technical paper contest and a power show. Among speakers to the group were Ray Gould of the Freeport Sulphur Company and George King from the Dallas Power and Light Company. ASME officers were Rostam Mehraban Kavoussi, chair- man; Eddie Ryan Howe, first vice-chairman; Charles Arthur Roeber, recording secretary; Lawrence Daniel Dorr, treasurer; Douglas Julian Ferguson and Bruce Lee Shearer, SEC representatives. Alvin David Thomas Jr. sponsored the organization. Clif Drummond received congratulations after losing the ASME balloon debate. Page 121 : " ' Delta Sigma Pi members held a reception for faculty members during CBA Week. DELTA SIGMA PI The Beta Kappa chapter of Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity is the largest chapter in the United States. Membership is by invitation, with members sharing the ambition to become leaders in the business world. The organization encourages scholarship, social activities and provides contact between the commercial world and stu- dents. To acquaint members with the profession, the chap- ter holds lectures featuring speakers from business and industry throughout the country. This year the group took a field trip both semesters, and also participated in CBA Week. They held their annual Christmas Dance and their spring Rose Dance. Officers were Ed Dudley, chancellor; Michael Thomas Fitzgerald, president; William Reese, senior vice-presi- dent; Barry Russell Gay, junior vice-president; and Nikolai Kerpchar, secretary. Thomas Earl Gossett Jr., assistant professor of accounting, was the sponsor. Front Row: Troy Wilson, John Dealy, Nikolai Kerpchar, William Reese, Michael Fitzgerald, Edward Dudley II, Barry Gay, Jefery Carson, Charles Taylor Jr. Second Row: James White, James Reinauer, Dale Miller, George Tharp Jr., Wilburn Endebrock, James Lloyd, John Greve, Gary Mowrey, Chalmers Gable, James Robertson, Michael Gandy, Jerry Monaghan, Philip Craddock, Byron Black, Nathan Bush, John Motes. Third Row: John Bell, Craig Reese, Richard Asel, Richard Bean, Thomas Gumming Jr., William Moses, Paul Van Landingham, Carroll White, Carey Spradley, John Specht Jr., Charles Green, Carl Faulkner, William Rollins, William Wells, Frederick Lobpries, Joe Pitzer, Kenneth Wilson. Fourth Row: Daniel Bedoya, Robert Smith, Warren Wincorn, Andrew McDonald, George Baxley, Bennie Stegmann, Robert York, William Seaver, Gilbert Schorre Jr., Frank Pryor, Edmond Pitts, Carter Davis, Charles Branch, Johnny Cain, Richard Parker, Lewis Boyd, Lonny Rowden, Paul Mallett, Joe Tate, Leslie Palmer Jr., Mitchell Wicker, Douglas Malkemus. Fifth Row: James Baldwin, Jerry Myane, William Murray, Calvin Friedrich, Adrian Waclawczyk, John Neel, Malcolm Rugeley, John Thurman Jr., Richard Dove, Donald DeKunder, George Smith, Paul Cafferty, Hamlin Elrod Jr., William Brock, Steve Wischer, Robert Leonard, Arnold Campbell, Donald Emerson Jr., Michael Weil, Javier Martinez Jr., Jimmie James, Richard Laakso, Larry Tinney. Si v Page 122 Members and guests took time out for games at their annual tree- trimming party. HOME ECONOMICS CHAPTER In addition to improvement of faculty-student and student-student relations, the Home Economics Chapter offers opportunities to learn about all phases of the field. The chapter, one of the largest in Texas colleges, awards three scholarships a year and is affiliated with the Texas Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association. Mary Koock, author of the " Texas Cookbook " and man- ager of Green Pastures and Cambridge Tower restaurants, spoke to the group this year about her cookbook and about entertaining. This year ' s officers were Judy Kay Jackson, president; Annette Ripper, first vice-president; Connie Taylor, second vice-president; Linda Latimer, secretary; and Marilyn Martin, treasurer. Faculty sponsors were Helen McHugh and Tracy Aycock. Jokmy ,,CiMn ft Job , ' SnA Ik ' Hid ! t, f! Front Row: Annette Ripper, Linda Latimer, Donna Elaine Voss, Judy Kay Jackson, Francille Helen Scott. Second Row: Helen F. McHugh, Connie Lynn Taylor, Toni-Jo Lucus, Tracy Fehlis Aycock, Marilyn Martin, Martha Susan Nye, Nancy Matthews Law. Page 123 Below: Poker games proved a welcome break from study periods. Bottom: Kappa Psi ' s reseeded the lawn in front of their house at 2619 Wichita. KAPPA PSI A professional pharmaceutical fraternity, Kappa Psi offers social as well as professional opportunities for its members. This year ' s activities included the co-sponsorship of the Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association Christmas Party, par- ticipation in National Pharmacy Week Display, a blood drive, and an open house for noted pharmacists and pro- fessors. Kappa Psi takes an active part in state and national pharmaceutical conventions and in student branches of the American Pharmaceutical Association and Texas Pharma- ceutical Association. Their officers were David Mackey Daniels, regent; Doug- las Ernest Coursey, vice-regent; Jacob Thomas Estes Jr., secretary; Terry Oliver Tottenham, treasurer; Ernest David Henry, chaplain. Faculty sponsor was Bill David Jobe, grand council deputy. Members not pictured were Charles William Bode Jr., William Stephen Bugna Jr., Vic Canchola, James Ran- dolph Dunlap, Roger Alan Fox, Walker Brian Herrington, Joseph W. Kosh, Gayle Raymond Newcomb, Gary Wayne Overbeck, Richard Lee Roberts, Harvey Wayne Rokohl, Jackie Ross Simmons, William David Smith, George Robert Stone, Mike Stewart Tisdale, and Bill Warren. Page 124 1 Members of Kappa Psi gathered in the courtyard of their house. Top Row: Alan Lee Baese, Stephen Kent Balas, Ronnie Dean Bane, William Dwight Bartlett, Donald Dale Barton, James Wallace Bear- den, Richard Earl Beck. Second Row: Sammy Charles Bell, Uhlus Wayne Bethard, Michael Joseph Bordovsky, Phillip Randell Bowers, Jack R. Bradsher, Caleb Steve Brown III, Chester Hughey Brown Jr. Third Row: Robert Lee Burnett, Raymond Renniks Carr, Thomas Allison Clark, Elmer Alfred Cook, Douglas Ernest Coursey, David Mackey Daniels, Wally Harold Dickerson. Fourth Row: Michael Lee Dietert, Jon Hope Edwards, Jacob Thom- as Estes Jr., Alberto A lvino Gon- zalez, Ernest David Henry, Roger Rueben Hernandez, David Wade House. Fifth Row: Bennett Wray Ho well, Ben Eugene Jacob, Frank Michael Jimenez, Charles Carroll Jowers, Herbert Eugene Kegans, Joseph Scott King, Alfred Bennie Klaus, Ira Joe Klaus. Sixth Row: Jung Mae Lee, Ronald Alton Lee, Robert Edward Lewis, Larry Lee Mays, Michael Harris McBride, Raymond Milton Med- rano, Jerry Lynn Morris, War- ren F. Neely. Seventh Row: Michael Graydon Nicholas, Melvin Vernon Podsim, Jimmy Wayne Puryear, Walter Ray Pyron, James Allan Richardson, Victor David Rodriguez, Gordon Neil Saunders, Miguel Solis. Eighth Row: Frank Darryl Stefka, Alan Marshall Tanowitz, Larry Limuel Thomas, Terry Oliver Tot- tenham, Leonard Joseph Tupa, Paul Lazane Walker, Michael Des Webb, Ray Douglas Westerlage. Page 125 to INSTITUTE OF TRAFFIC ENGINEERS The professional society for a growing branch of civil engineering is the Institute of Traffic Engineers. Its purpose is to advance the profession and to act as the repository of its technical knowledge. The group sponsors symposia on traffic engineering education and invites professors, research engineers and students to present papers and to discuss related subjects. ITE participated in this year ' s Power Show of the College of Engineering. Institute objectives are development of the art and science of traffic engineering, cultivation of technical knowledge and its dissemination among the members, fostering of education and research, and wider application of services to the motoring public. Founded in 1930 with thirty charter members, ITE today has close to 3,000 members in every state and United States possession and in fifty other countries. The Institute oper- ates through a departmental and committee structure, backed by a professional headquarters staff in Washington, DC. The University of Texas Chapter of the Institute of Traf- fic Engineers was installed in 1965. The membership is open to any engineering student interested in the field of traffic and who has taken or is registered for a transportation engi- neering course. I Front Row: Clyde Edward Lee, Humberto Juan Pendola, Peter Crivello, Larry Jack Buttler. Second Row: Leon M. Noel, Louis Edward Hood, Larry L. Blackman, William Raymond Stebbins Jr., Kenneth Dale Hanking, Nasser I. Al-Rashid. Members Not Pictured: William Ross Cowan, iVil.il N. Jundi, David Raleigh Knowles, Issa Sebeitan Oweis, Glen Edward Price, C. D. Reagan, Ahmed Y. Torkey. Page 126 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Front Row: Stephanie Anne Evans, Ernest David Henry, Terry Oliver Tottenham, Phillip Randell Bowers, Car- mela Andrea Garcia. Second Row: Linda Gene Lyons, Richard John Davis, Richard Earl Beck, Bill David Jobe, David Wade House, Bobby Joe Kennedy, Jung Mae Lee, David Mackey Daniels, Larry Arnold Krasner. to? of services 1 Slate toper- bU DC rfM is open traffic tag- LONGHORN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association is to offer its members an opportunity to meet other phar- macy students and to attend lectures on the organization and functions of the Texas Pharmaceutical Association. The group offers membership in both the Texas and American Pharmaceutical Associations. This year ' s activities included an orientation meeting for new students, the annual Christmas formal, a Career Day program and a film series on pharmaceutical and related information. Guest speakers to the organization were Dr. Richard Penna, executive secretary of the Academy of General Prac- tice of the American Pharmaceutical Association, and John Barnett of the United States Public Health Service. The organization ' s officers were Terry Oliver Tottenham, president; Phillip Randell Bowers, vice-president; Stephanie Anne Evans, recording secretary; Richard John Davis, cor- responding secretary; and Carmela Andrea Garcia, treas- urer. Bill David Jobe was the faculty advisor. Representatives of LPhA planned a program for the capitol-area pharmaceutical association. Page 127 r PHI DELTA CHI A national pharmacy fraternity, Phi Delta Chi is dedi- cated to the principles and advancement of the profession of pharmacy. The fraternity ' s social activities included a coffee honoring members of Kappa Epsilon pharmacy so- rority and a Christmas Party for the men. at Travis State School. The fraternity has given its active support to the Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. It promoted the pharmacy profession on campus with the presentation of " Drug Abuse On Campus " , a campus-wide symposium on college drug use. This year, the Texas chap- ter received the Prescott scholarship award for outstanding scholarship program and record. Phi Delta Chi, founded nationally in 1883, established its Lambda Chapter at The University of Texas in 1905. Dr. William J. Sheffield, assistant professor of pharmacy spon- sored the fraternity. Phi Delta Chi fall officers were Robert Rae Patterson, president; John Richard Wilhelm, vice-president; Sam Neal Blackstone, recording secretary; Bobby Mac Shaffer, cor- responding secretary; John Lawrence Harshbarger, treas- urer; Glenn Hilton Smith, prelate; John Warren Richard- son, master-at-arms ; Douglas Wayne Richnow, inner guard. Spring officer changes were John Richard Wilhelm, president; Sam Neal Blackstone, vice-president; Bobby Joe Kennedy, recording secretary; Pedro Huerta, corresponding secretary; Roscoe Davis Cawyer, treasurer; John Lawrence Harshbarger, master-at-arms; Terry Wayne Duke, prelate; Joseph Robert Browning, inner guard. Members not pictured are William Lindsey Lively, Wil- liam David Cole, Robert Day, Winston Walton Green, Bobby Glen Rodgers, Richard Wayne Watson. SPRING PLEDGES Jaime Castaneda Trenton Cecil Cole Michael Lee Ellis Michael Paul Ellis Patrick D. Garrett Francisco P. Garza Marin Garza Albert Alvaro Judd Birch Duke Kimbrough David Lynn Matejowsky Norvell Ray Moss Shelly Poe Roaten Philip Charles Shelton Richard Adams Shelton Jimmy Ray Smith Noe Soza Richard Edmund Waldrep Edward Donald Zost 2629 Wichita. Below: Phi Delta Chi sweetheart was presented a bouquet of roses. 332222:13: Top Row: Daniel Acosta, John William Adams, Jack Milburn Ad- kins, Henry Orien Ager III, Lester Hugh Arnold, John Woodson Bell Jr., Kenneth Earl Benson. Second Row: Sam Neal Black- stone Jr., Ralph Arthur Boatman, Gilbert Edwin Boenig Jr., Don Jon Bottoni, Barry Max Brandenberger, Woodrow Michael Brimberry, Thomas Charles Broumley. Third Row: Jimmie Caleb Brown, Lesley Leigh Brown, Joseph Rob- ert Browning, James Victor Bruck- ner, Willie Lemuel Bugg, Robert Edgar Bush, Roscoe Davis Cawyer. Fourth Row: David Roice Conoley, Timothy Ray Covington, Ronald Joe Cox, Ronald Dewayne Cun- ningham, Jim Joe Davis, Richard John Davis. k Page 128 Phi Delta Chi ' s and their dates enjoyed a recep- tion tea in the spring. 7 " op ?ow: Terry Wayne Duke, Tim L. Durham, Julian Cook Durst, John Allen Farnel, Larry Glenn Farrow, John William Finch, Santos M. Flores. Second Row: John William Ford, Albert George Gary, Barry S. Gillingwater, Cecil Manren Gregg Jr., Robert Gutierrez, Edwin Jo- seph Haidusek, John Lawrence Harshbarger. Third Row: James Jay Herman, Pedro Huerta Jr., John Edwin Huett, James Warner Irwin Jr., Clark Houston Jackson, Martin Alan Javors, James R. Johnson. Fourth Row: Anthony Charles Jung, Bobby Joe Kennedy, Larry Arnold Krasner, Vaughnie Doyl Langwell, Billy James Linnstaed- ter, Timothy Haskell McCoy, John Ramsey McDavid. Fifth Row: Roy Lee Murray, John Louis Muzny, Lawrence G. Neece, Robert Rae Patterson, Sidney Levi Patterson, Tommas Reed Rainbolt, Richard Marcelino Rendon. Sixth Row: John Warren Richard- son, Douglas Wayne Richnow, John Don Riley, Marlin Douglas Rose, Hollis Randolph Sanders, Bobby Mac Shaffer, Glen Hilton Smith. Seventh Row: Joe Frank Stringer, Tommy Jay Strong, George Phillip Tompkins, David Lee Wheelis, John Richard Wilhelm, David Eu- gene Wood, Edward Michael Woodruff. Page 129 I H Visiting Professor Father Robert F. Drinan, dean of Boston College law school, spoke to Pre-Law Association members. PRE-LAW ASSOCIATION The members of Pre-Law Association are offered a chance to become familiar with the law school, meet and receive advice on preparation for law school from their future professors, and become familiar with the function of lawyers in society. Major activities of the year included a " model class " in torts and field trips to the State Supreme Court. State legis- lature and the attorney-general ' s office. There was a pro- gram about Hildebrand Moot Court Competition at the School of Law, and the group participated in Law Day. W. Page Keeton and E. Wayne Thode of the School of Law, state legislators, and a State Supreme Court justice were among this year ' s guest speakers. The officers were Charles Guy Hooks III, president; Lloyd Jefferson Gregory III, vice-president; Allan Ross Baker, secretary-treasurer; Nathan James Bell IV, CBA representative: and Thomas Lee Goodman, College of Arts and Sciences representative. Howard A. Calkins, associate professor of government, sponsored the group. m Front Roiv: Allan Ross Baker, Charles Guy Hooks III, Nathan James Bell IV, Lloyd Jefferson Gregory HI. Second Row: Larry Glyndol Quade, John Melvin Hintz, William Joseph Neilon Jr., John Powell Hardesty, Raymond Theron Renyck, Bruce Stephen Powers, Robert Joseph O ' Brien. Third Row: Donald Joseph Weber, David Michael Gregory, John Henry Zammito, Gary Arthur Munneke, John W. Cones, David Leslie Barrett, Reavis Eldon Tomlinson. . Page 130 Vice-president Diana Boland tested hearing equipment. SIGMA ALPHA ETA The only national professional society for prospective speech and hearing therapists, Sigma Alpha Eta meets annually with the American Speech and Hearing Association at their national convention. The society ' s chief purpose is to provide professional growth in the areas of speech path- ology, audiology and deaf education. It also offers members participation in social activities. This year ' s activities included a Christmas party for all children served by the UT Speech and Hearing Clinic, a spring picnic and tours of various schools and institutions. Officers were Kathryn Anne Bearing, president; Diana Lynn Boland, vice-president; Susan Ann Stevenson, treas- urer; and Kathie Childs, secretary. Faculty adviser was Lear Lee Ashmore. Key members were Diana Lynn Boland, Kathie Childs, Harriette Ann Clark, Lila B. Coughran, Kathryn Anne Dear- ing, Evalyn Delilah Lane, Carol Lynne Russell, Doris Ann Solomon, Susan Ann Stevenson and Kathleen Westbrook. Associate members were Elizabeth Rose Bovello, Teresa Jane Branscombe, Cynthia Yolanda Cantu, Jean Marie Christian, Cindy Lou Curry, Martha Joe Hall, Karen Marie Jackson, William David Jones, Susan Lucinda McClain, Martha McGlothlin, Jane Cecily Nyman, Mary Ella Risinger, Patti W. Smith, Sherry Spradley, Cristine Elise Stratton, Lyn Drew Welty and Nancy Elaine Wray. Members of Sigma Alpha Eta spent many hours with children who ha ve speech and hearing problems. Page 131 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary women ' s professional music fraternity, associates its members with others in music by promoting trips to national music conventions and provid- ing speakers from the profession at meetings. The women assist the national chapter of SAI with projects and are eligible for special recognition for achievement in scholar- ship and leadership. During the year, SAI members ushered for University concerts, participated in band, orchestra, and choir en- sembles, and caroled at Christmas with Phi Mu Alpha and Mu Phi Epsilon and also held recitals for fraternity alum- nae and the public. Diane Weber was president; Patti Lou Rogers, vice presi- dent; Sandra Kathleen Gregg, recording secretary; Jean Ann Weger. corresponding secretary; and Linda McDavitt, treasurer. Advisors were Professor Charlotte DuBois, Miss Lita Guerra, and Mrs. Bruce Deatherage. Members not pictured were Joyce Elizabeth Arce, Carlie Sue Burdett, Tina L. Burgard, Betsy Etoile Burleson, Joan Barbara Fenton. Mary Jane Glimp, Sandra Kathleen Gregg, Terry Lynn Hobbs, Nancy Louisa Lee, Linda Jean Lege, Michelle Mae Moltz, Lynda Kay McVey, Mary Ann Nelson, Paulette Rainey, Patti Lou Rogers, Carol Salmon Sharpe, Linda Sokolosky, Jean Ann Weger, and Dianna Jeanne Weirus. Front Row: Patricia Burkes Dougherty, Leslie Lucille Milliren, Donna Cheryl Orton, Johanna Franke, Sue Lynn Blackburn, Donna Margaret Mathews. Second Row: Linda McDavitt, Nancy Marie Normann, Ruth Jeanne McAllister, Diane Weber, Patricia Ruth Andersen. Page 132 Mike Quinn spoke at the fall pledge banquet SIGMA DELTA CHI Sigma Delta Chi, a professional journalistic fraternity, is a society which endeavors to raise the standards of com- petence of its members, to recognize outstanding achieve- ment by journalists, and to promote the recognition of jour- nalism as a profession. The University chapter of Sigma Delta Chi attempts to carry out this program by sponsoring a variety of activities and speakers throughout the year. Delegates from the chap- ter attended the national convention in Pittsburgh and the regional meeting in Dallas. Members toured the press facili- ties at Memorial Stadium and heard how the University handles its sports publicity from Jones Ramsey, sports in- formation director. Mike Quinn. former Washington corre- spondent of The Dallas Morning News, spoke to the frater- nity on covering the nation ' s capital. The fraternity was founded in 1909 at DePauw Univer- sity in Indiana, and now has a world-wide membership of men engaged in virtually every field of journalism. This year ' s officers locally were William Earle Halstead Jr., president; Laurence C. Jackson, vice-president; Richard Ray Dillard, secretary; and Virgil James Johnson, treasurer. Members not pictured were Thomas P. Barry III, Pat N. Hinson Jr., Chester F. Hunt, Laurence C. Jackson, William Lawrence Malaise, William P. O ' Hara, Andrew Miles Ruth, James Edgar Sutton, and John M. Wallace. Front Row: Richard Ray Dillard, James Leland Webb, George A . Covington, John H. Economidy, William Earle Halstead Jr. Second Row: Virgil James Johnson, Michael Eugene Lonsford, Richard L. Hill, William Liggin Cryer, John Charles Anders, John J. Cassel. -I Page 133 Fred Kersting, president of Fred Kersting and Associates, manage- ment consultants, spoke to SAM members. rfr SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT Through association with leading educators and business- men, the Society for the Advancement of Management gives its members a chance to learn about the world of business. Among guest speakers to the group this year were Charles Goodyear, assistant secretary of Humble Oil and Refining Company, and John Cooke, manager of foreign operations, Texas Eastern Transmission Company. SAM participated in the 28th management conference at the Villa Capri and they made a field trip to Ling- Temco-Vought in Dallas. Social activities of the season included a coffee, for new members, a convoy to the Baylor football game and a fall banquet at the Crest Hotel. This year ' s officers were Alan Ross Bird, president; Charles Grady Manley, vice-president; Rosemarie Ellen Penzerro, secretary; Alfred H. Hill, treasurer; and Linda Leach, CBA representative. Faculty sponsor was William Frank Glueck, assistant professor of management. Members not pictured are Gordon Daisley Bayless Jr., Bill Jack Bexley, Kenneth Dale Bozarth, John Shaw Chancy, Barton Null Cherry, John K. Croisant, Robert I. Ellis, Ed- ward Ray Hall, Alfred H. Hill, Billy M. Kirschner, James Mason, William Gerald Reel, Robert Eugene Ross, Billy Don Sims, Harvey Ray Vorwerk and John Jackson Waldrip. 1 Km Front Row: Rosemarie Ellen Penzerro, Paul Neal Smolen, Curtis Franklin Troy, Lloyd Eugene Brittian, Willson Joel Fahlberg Jr., I.inda Diana Learh. Second Row: John Hollis Dealy, Arthur E. Skeats, Jack Winfield Cannon, Charles Grady Manley, Wayne Stevens Smith, John Blackwell Rountree III, Alan Ross Bird. Page 134 OFFICERS Seated: Mary Evangeline R entz, Sally Ann Matheny Lyla June Babcock. Standing: Jo Anne Bell, Susan Ann Yowell. Patricia Ann Ogle, Constance Louise Pollard, Sharon Kay Rentz. TEXAS STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION By attending interesting meetings and conventions, the Texas Student Education Association offers its members an opportunity to learn about the different aspects of teaching. This year members of the association attended an area workshop at Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, a state con- vention in Dallas and an area convention in San Antonio. Other activities included participation in American Educa- tion Week, a city-wide book drive and a Christmas party for the Austin State School. TSEA provides contact with professionals and faculty members. This year guest speakers to the group were Glenn W. Kidd, TSEA state consultant; Charles Victor Bunderson; Bill Dean Francis and Wayne H. Holtzman. This year ' s officers were Mary Evangeline Rentz, presi- dent; Constance Louise Pollard, first vice-president; Jo Anne Bell, second vice-president; Patricia Ann Ogle, record- ing secreta ry; Susan Ann Yowell, corresponding secretary; and Sally Ann Matheny, treasurer. Faculty sponsors were John Ormand Rodgers, Richard J. Connelly and Frances Fallen Fuller. TSEA members registered at the state convention held in Austin. Page 135 Members presented sponsors with gifts at the group ' s annual Christ- mas party. UT NURSING STUDENTS ASSOCIATION The function of The University of Texas Nursing Students Association is to give its members the opportunity to work closely with and learn more about the nursing profession. Club activities included Christmas caroling at Seton, St. Davids and Holy Cross hospitals; district workshops; a spring convention of Texas Nursing Students Association in San Antonio; the national convention in Dallas; and a trip to the University School of Nursing in Galveston. The group sponsored a weekend retreat at Camp Heywood, and a big sister-little sister program to assist freshmen. Speakers this year were Kay Caulkin, public health nurse, and Dr. David 0. Johnson, an anesthesiologist in Austin. Officers included Carmen Elizabeth Oertling, president; Virginia Lea Andrus, vice-president; Cynthia Ann Beach, recording secretary; Donna Jean Caldwell, coordinator; and Helen Elizabeth Cargill, treasurer. Faculty sponsors were Mary S. Cox and Winifred D. Pugh. I 1,1 Front Row: Carmen Elizabeth Oertling, Donna Jean Caldwell, Cyn- thia Ann Beach, Virginia Lea Andrus, Helen Elizabeth Cargill. Second Row: Jodie Kathleen Tronson, Kloyece Lynn Riser, Sandi Wilkie Smith, Judith Ann Palmer, Marilyn Summy, Janice Clora Huff, Christine Adams, Evangeline Ochoa. Third Row: Carolyn Sue Childress, Sandra Kaye Metz, Mary Lynn Craft, Louise Ann Ogden, Jeffrey Richard Bonnell, Nikki Fern Sramek, Rose Marie Grimm, Sarah Stone Strauss, Kathleen Fowler. Fourth Row: Cherrylene All- man, Brenda Joyce Benwill, William Henry Pedro, Rebecca Sue Brown, Joe Harman Johnson, Billy Joe Moore, Susan Bentley Free- man, Jane Elisabeth Reinhart, Magdalene Rhoda Holm. Page 136 " - ' ' 7 , i - - ' , ' - HONORARY Page 137 ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Members of Alpha Epsilon Delta are provided the oppor- tunity to meet representatives from various medical and dental schools on an informal level. Members also have access to extensive quiz files covering required and elective courses in the pre-medical and pre-dental curriculum. Activities of the group include assisting with registration for pre-medical and pre-dental students, annual initiations, and a spring Awards Banquet and dance. Noted speakers to the group this year were Dr. William K. Jordan, a neurosurgeon from Arkansas; Dr. Ruben H. Adams, assist- ant dean of student affairs at Southwestern Medical School ; Dr. Schofield, dean of the Baylor Medical School; and Dr. C. A. LaMaistre, UT vice-chancellor for health affairs. The year ' s officers were Clem Lee Kirkland Jr., president; Judith Ellen Crouch, vice-president; Barbara Anne Carroll, secretary; Brian Thomas Pruitt, treasurer; and William Roger Greenberg, historian. Dr. William Wolfe, chairman of the Department of Special Education, sponsored the group. SPRING PLEDGES MEMBERS Frank Ervay Barr, Jr. Joseph Wesley Baxter Joe Blinderman Myron Earl Bloom Mateo Gilberto Bosquez Michael H. Brophy William Warren Buchholtz Michael Edward Byrne Frederick Lytle Carrington Felix William Cherico, Jr. Desmond Brian Corbett Leslie Demetri James Michael File Michael James Ford William A. Freeborn Jeffrey Howard Friedman Harold Charles Friend Gary Robert Gosdin Robert L. Haydon Douglas V. Horbelt .Shelby E. Johnson Gray Byron Jolink Larry Raymond Karrh Dennis Martin Lanier James Arthur Madeley James Harrison Moody Kermit Michael Mullins William Charles O ' Donnell, Jr. Danny L. Perry Thomas Edwin Rain Henry Wesley Ratliff James Alexander Reynolds Kenneth Robert Richardson John Des Rochers Berry Fred Rothschild Ronnie Jay Ruby Jay Schapita Russell Schlattman Karl Warren Shelton, Jr. Deborah Anne Spiva Peyton Thompson Elizabeth Joan Tubbs Rickey Wilson William Gregory Wolfe Clarence Reginald Allen Jr. James Young Allen Jr. Ernie Forest Anderson Ralph Vincent Bailey Carla Anne Beechie James Gee Bonifield Michael Shane Brenan William Hargis Brown Michael John Buchele Saeed Hussain Buraiky James Lee Burke Diana Cardenas David Allen Carpenter Ken Carroll Robert Harris Cleveland David Gene Conatser Anna Maria Curry Frank R. Dehnisch Jr. Bailey Peyton Delaney Ronald Dennis Dillee Jerry Wayne Dodson Eugene Craig Dorf John Hilton Doran Jon Hope Edwards Leon Raymond Escude Jr. David Gary Evans Ray Munn Fitzgerald Jimmy Martin Friedman Morey Gardner Randall M. Goethals John Edgar Goodpasture Jr. Richard Neal Green Sharon Kay Grosskopf William Ralph Hebbe William Lyle Hodge Jr. Clifton Wallace Hooser Andrew Edward Hoover Keith Hughes Leo Marvin Hurley Jr. Tom Eugene Jeffrey Gary Stephen Kahn Ronald Wayne Kasperik Samuel Robert Katz James Lee Kessler Richard Lee Kimbrough William Robert King Mark Jeffrey Lerman Kenneth Jay Levy John Robert Logsdon Gary Gwynn Loudermilk Benzel C. MacMaster Charles Allen Marsh Michael L. Mauldin William Joseph Meyers Harold Lee Miller William Wade Miller Sally Nester Kenneth Michael Nugent Robert Keene O ' Bryan Terrence O ' Keefe Nelda Ann Park Charles Edward Pehr Allan Leslie Potter Ronald Jay Ressmann Robert G. Ridout III James Richard Ross Shelly Irving Saffer Jerry William Shay Russell Lee Silverstein James Kendall Sims Edward Henry Snyder Cynthia Scott Strauch Link Eugene Summers Neal Gearreald Sutherland Ronald Joe Taska Barbara Lynn Thompson Lowery Thompson William R. Thornton Jr. David Neilson Tobey Jr. Herbert Arthur Underwood Ray Alan Verm Richard James Wallace Jr. Thomas Charles Wascher Madeline Faith Weinstein Stuart Rollin Weiss Hugh N. West III Eric Lane Westerman Jerome Paul Wiesner Front Row: Judith Ellen Crouch, Lynn Cottingham, Barbara Anne Carroll. Second Row: William Roger Greenberg, Clem Lee Kirkland Jr., Anthony Curtis Kimbrough, Brian Thomas Pruitt. Page 138 ETA KAPPA NU Founded in 1904 at the University of Illinois, Eta Kappa Nu is the only electrical engineering honor society in exist- ence in the United States. The fraternity speaks for all electrical engineering scholars. Members of Eta Kappa Nu are chosen for their superior academic performance, capacity for hard work, and promise of professional success. The organization has approximately 60,000 members in America. Eta Kappa Nu offers an excellent program for its mem- bers. Bridge, the organization ' s magazine, keeps members informed of affairs of the society and keeps them in step with the fast-moving profession of electrical engineering. The fraternity attempts to instill in members a deep interest and marked ability in their life work and to bring them into closer union so as .to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges. OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES DAVID BECKER President HOWARD WESLEY GLUECK HOWARD WESLEY GLUECK V ice-President JERRY LYNN SETLIFF ROBERT LEE EWING Recording Secretary ALLEN DICKSON BOGER JR. THOMA S LEE WHARTON .... Corresponding Secretary ROBERT LEE EWING JERRY LYNN SETLIFF Treasurer CHARLES CLEMON SCAIEF III AUSTIN NEAL BRINSON JR. ... Bridge Correspondent JACK LEE COE FRANCIS X. BOSTICK JR Faculty Advisor FRANCIS X. BOSTICK JR. JOHN RICHARD COGDELL Faculty Advisor JOHN RICHARD COGDELL FACULTY MEMBERS Francis X. Bostick Clarence L. Coates John Richard Cogdell Arwin A. Dougal William C. Duesterhoeft Bob M. Fannin Otto M. Friedrich William D. Gregg Cyrus 0. Harbourt William H. Hartwig Elmer L. Hixson A. Bart Howe Oren B. Kesler Roy Rankin Krczdorn Alfred Hall LaGrone Thomas E. Mueller Edward Joseph Powers Charles Harold Roth Jr. Harold W. Smith W. K. Sonnemann Archie W. Straiton Herbert L. Taylor Edward J. Wagner GRADUATE MEMBERS Harold D. Albertson Herman Richard Arons Albert W. Baird III James K. Beard John E. Boehl Austin Neal Brinson Jr. Robert Randolph Caddel George L. Cardwell III Billy Dan Carroll Kenneth Randolph Castleman Richard Nelson Chandler Dickey Eugene Clardy John Haven Davis James Elliott Deans Joe L. Devine David Lynn Dobbins Jimmy Lee Dodd Donald H. Eller Claude Herbert Feistel Berl Paul Guyton Robert W. Hanks Dale Ralph Harbison Charles A. Harlow Frank C. Harris Kenneth Ray Hessel Howard Don Holden Gary Lynn Hunt James R. Kamrath Kenneth Erwin Kirsch Edward Louis Klawitter Henry R. Klawitter Charles Elbert Laird Jr. Jerry L. Ligon Daniel G. Mackey Gayle Patrick Martin Michael K. Masten Roy Miller Matney Richard Dixon Maxwell David James Mayhall Gerard Kirby Miller II Gerald Lewis Neely Robert Leonard Nelson Jr. Philip Sanford Noe John Marlin Old Allen Barr Plunkett Malcolm Richard Railey Howard Nixon Roberts Allan B. Schmitt Joe Frank Sexton William Eldon Sims John Rosecoe Smith Jr. Jackie Lee Stone Chia-Hsiaing Sung Wadih Hanna Toubassi Bernard Frank Tupa Fawwaz T. Ulaby Joe Byron Underwood James Terry Walker Lieh-Chun Wang Frederic Weigl Thomas William Whaley Jr. James Douglas Wolfe Jerry Reese Yeargan Eddie Young Gilbert Lowell Baker James David Becker Allen Dickson Boger James Harold Derryberry UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS Robert Lee Ewing .Howard Wesley Glueck Charles H. Graham Jr. Clinton S. Hartman James Brian Klahn Richard Kent Lennington George Bond Mackey Danny Keith Raley Charles demon Scaief III Thomas Lee Wharton Jerry Lynn Setliff Kim Tung Au Carl Ray Bailey George Alvin Bennett Jack Lee Coe Richard Robert Collier George Robert Craig FALL INITIATES Joe L. Devine Tom Jordan Gentry Darryl Greenwood Hervey Stuart Hutchins Thomas Allen Jones Richard Lee Kleir Robert Leonard McDonald Lawrence Miller Payne Allen Barr Plunkett Thomas Gordon Price Jr. David Rex Siever Fred Lee Sims Donald Stafford Kenneth David Thompson Jesus Turullois Charles Michael Watson Gay Marion Ziller Jr. Edward Arnold Zwald Jr. Larry Wayne Abernathy Spyros C. Economides Robert Mark Emmer Richard Finley Ferguson SPRING PLEDGES John Martin Gilmore Jr. Michael T. Hodkin Norman Glenn Koepnick Andrew Crockett Kyle William Travis Maxey James Leo McCreary Gilbert Albar Peon Hector de J. Ruiz-Cardenas Robert S: Siller John Eric Swanson John Hal Wray Henry Joseph Van De Walle Page 139 FRIAR SOCIETY Recognizing outstanding contributions to the University and providing a continuing channel of communication and comradeship between members who are still attending the University and those who have graduated, the Friar Society offers members the opportunity of meeting and discussing the problems and goals of the University with the most out- standing men who have attended this school. Founded in 1911, the Friar Society is the oldest and highest honorary organization on the campus. It annually selects for membership twelve or fewer men, of second- semester junior rank or above, who have made significant and outstanding contributions to the University. Specific points considered in selection of new members include leadership, scholarship, service, integrity, character, and evidence of A love for the University. The Society holds two initiation and reunion breakfasts each year to which all members of the Society are invited. OFFICERS Fall Spring COMER 0. PATTERSON Abbot BRUCE ARTHUR KOWERT RICHARD ROMO Scrivener DAVID ROY LAMBERT BRUCE ARTHUR KOWERT . . Almoner. PLATT WALKER DAVIS III FACULTY MEMBERS Charles T. Clark John Connally William A. Cunningham Gus M. Hodges Albert Pearson Jones Calvin Cleave Nolen Arno Nowotny John G. Steele Benjamin Fletcher Wright Tommy Neal Cowan Platt Walker Davis III David Roy Lambert FALL INITIATES Patrick Cunningham Oxford Terry W. Peterson Joe Bill Watkins Edwin Dorn Harvey Radnor Eanes III Michael Eugene Gammon Rostam M. Kavoussi SPRING INITIATES Robert Keene O ' Bryan John Stephen Odell Terry Oliver Tottenham Lloyd Willis Birdwell Jr. Clarence Vaughn Bray George David Carlock Tommy Drew Cauthorn Clifford W. Drummond MEMBERS Jim Ray Fletcher Anthony Charles Jung Bruce Arthur Kowert Gary Richard O ' Connor C. O. Patterson Aubrey Lee Pettit Howard Nixon Roberts Richard Romo James Benton Rylander Richard John VanStcenkiste Page 140 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Marilyn Annette Bane Carolyn Barkley Laura Jane Bass Randa Lea Bowyer Sylvia Dow Caldwell Kay Elizabeth Canter Cinda Lynne Cyrus Caroline Andrea Dewey Josephine Ann DiBella Janice Catherine Freeman Deanne Catherine Harrell Janet Florence Hirsch Ann Elizabeth Holaday Kay Vera Holder Carole Lynn Johnson Lenda Kennedy Beth Ellen McEnery Anne Louise Melinger Susan Jane Melton Susan Patricia Metcalf Jeanette Elaine Parker Jane Celestia Patrick Olivia Layne Potter Trudi Ratz Lisa Neal Rogers Judy Kay Stark Linda Kaye Warford SPRING PLEDGES Patricia Louise Anderson Bernice Curtiss Bridges Sandra Gayle Brooks DeeAnn Brown Susan Buechele Patricia Anne Failor Nancy Katherine Gent Libby Harriet Holland Fanchon Laurie Lunin Pam Mandell Dorothy Ann Tniele GAMMA ALPH A CHI National women ' s advertising society, Gamma Alpha Chi gives members an opportunity to meet professionals in the field. It orients the students to the problems and advantages of women in advertising, and after graduation, is an excel- lent means of connection and association with other women in advertising. The University chapter won the Bea Johnson Achieve- ment Award at the national convention in Phoenix, Ariz., for the best chapter. Speakers, group discussions, and field trips to San Antonio and Houston allowed members to meet public relations and advertising professionals. Officers for the year were Dianne Louise Sabom, presi- dent; Rosemary Armmia Kent, vice-president; Kathleen Karen Kelley, secretary; Judie Lynn Beaver, treasurer; and Deanne Catherine Harrell, news editor. Alan Scott, professor of journalism, sponsored the group. From Row: Susan Lynn McCoin, Aura Nell Ranzau, Kathleen Karen Kelly, Rosemary Armmia Kent, Dianne Louise Sabom, Judith Lynn Beaver, Cheri Lynn Oakley. Back Row: Alan Scott, Donna Elaine Voss, Jean Marie Stavinoha, Linda Kay Garrison, Toni Marilyn Moore, Rebecca Jo Lanier, Linda Elizabeth Wisner, Pamela Anne Baggett, Susan Mary Blair, Carol Louise Neu, Ellen Pendergraft. Page 141 KAPPA EPSILON Women pharmacy majors with a satisfactory grade-point average compose Kappa Epsilon. Organized at the Univer- sity in 1943, the group offers scholarships to eligible mem- bers. It was originally founded in 1923 at the University of Iowa by Zada M. Cooper. Bill D. Jobe of the pharmacy extension service spoke to the organization this year. In December they held an initia- tion banquet and planned a Christmas party for the children at Travis State School with Phi Delta Chi, pharmacy frater- nity. The year ' s officers were Shirley Marshall Cawyer, president; Teresita Gonzalez, vice-president; Stephanie Anne Evans, recording secretary; Linda Gene Lyons, correspond- ing secretary; and Carmela Andrea Garcia, treasurer. Spon- sor of the group was Mrs. Glenda Baltzer. Esther Jane Wood Hall, associate professor of Pharmacy is a faculty member and Mrs. Henry Matthew Burlage, Pauline -Davidson, Mrs. Gunnar Gjerstad, Dorothy Jane Lidiak, Marie Betzner Morrow, and Martha Rodriguez are associate members. Members not pictured are: Nina Carol Bates, Johnnye Earlene Cunningham, Patricia Ann Harrington, Carolyn Owens and Lynn Ann Walsh. SPRING PLEDGES Nancy Carole Frazer Jana Kay Hamlett Judy Ann Fatten Marolyn Reynolds Marjorie Lee Sanchez Virginia Lee Sanders Linda Jean Scott Marilyn Kay Tips Nancy Kay Walker Martha B. Dickinson White Initiation for the fall pledges was held at the Barn this year. B I " F Top Row: Sharon Ann Anderson. Camilla C. Bader, Susan Elaine Bartlemay, Doris June Beamer, Shirley Ann Cawyer, Linda Lor- raine Chrane. Second How: Mildred Gay Dodson, Cheryl Elaine Ellis, Stephanie Anne Evans, Kay Margaret Foo- shee, Carmela Andrea Garcia. Olga Jo Garcia. Third Row: Teresita Gonzalez, Elaine Anne Grady, Patricia Kay Hutto, Yolanda Margarita Laurel, Cheryl Kay Lewis, Ann Marie Lyons. Fourth Row: Linda Gene Lyons, Doris Rae McDuffie, Sheridyn Shelby Morgan, Nannette Muriel Nau, Karen Lynn Farmer, Carolyn Faye Peterson. Fifth Row: Sharon Elizabeth Reed, Linda Janice Regan, Karen Ann Satsky, Ana Maria Vasquez. Bon- nie Jeanne Williams. - Page 142 MORTAR BOARD As a national honorary organization for senior women, Mortar Board selects its members on the basis of scholar- ship, leadership, character, and service to the University. Members must have 90 hours with an overall 2.0 average. Major activities include a fall forum concerning graduate school, a spring book fair, Round-Up reunion, presentation of a $200 scholarship, and presentation of a trophy to the sophomore woman with the highest grade point average. Officers for the year were Michael Hope James, presi- dent; Margaret Watson Wolfe, vice-president for the fall and Joanne Amacker, vice-president for the spring; Glenda Lazarus, secretary; Julia Fu Shaw, treasurer; Judith Louise Groom, reporter; and Mary Claire Koeppe, historian. Spon- sors were Glenda Lippman, teaching assistant in educational psychology; Mrs. Donald A. Larson, wife of the associate professor of botany; and James Bernard Ayres, assistant professor of English. SPRING INITIATES Elizabeth Belk Joan Bergstrom Kay Boyles Sara Virginia Bullock Cheryl Ann Burr Kay Ellen Cude Susan Elizabeth Epps Carolyn Frances Estes Johanna Franke Linda Beth Kern Susan Anne Kolius Vera Sansom Korth Frances L. McMath Claire Ann Miller Nancy Ann Nasits Dorothy Maureen Nelson Rebecca Ann Porter Robin Ritchie Carol Ann Rulfs Glenna Margaret Schroeder Sidneye Carol Trulock Louella Grace Vine Betti Townsend Willerson Marolyn Wittman Liz Marie Wooldridge Sally Ann Yarborough Front Row: Sally Eugenia Sneed, Joannie Amacker, Michael Hope James, Marian Rebecca Pendleton, Margaret Watson Wolfe, Julia Fu Shaw. Second Row: Glenda Jo Lazarus, Joyce Elizabeth Arce, Janet Lynn Matthews, Meredith Mitchell, Jo Lynn Cunningham, Emma Lea King. Members Not Pictured: Judith Louise Croom, Marilyn Frances Friedman, Janet Goren, Mary Claire Koeppe, Bar- bara Jane Tudor. Page 143 MU PHI EPSILON Coeds are selected for Mu Phi Epsilon, international music sorority, on the basis of scholarship, musicianship, character, and personality. During the year members presented the " Follies, " a recital and tea for Austin alumni, music therapy activities at state institutions, and recitals and programs for Austin Public Schools, Trinity University, and Southwest Texas State College. Besides their own presentations, mem- bers were given a recital by Miss Helen Haupt and a harp ensemble directed by Gayle Horn. The organization offers 14 different awards and scholarships. The year ' s officers were Nancy V. Mabry, president; Antoinette Elizabeth Bonelli, vice-president; Rosanne Gay VanDorn, recording secretary; Rita Anne Griffin, corre- sponding secretary; and Barbara Gayle Lewellen, treasurer. Miss Gayle Horn was faculty adviser. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Mary Carol Cunningham Georganna Fitzgerald Linda Rae Fryman Rita Anne Griffin Mary Janssen Cappy Spencer Kennedy Constance Malloy Dixie Ross Neill Margaret Rose Roebke Jorene Sanfilippo Margaret Jean Stevens Nancy J. Stevens Rosanne Gay VanDorn Jo Lynn Waller Linda Carol Wukasch SPRING PLEDGES Sue Florence Brown Janie Cummings Gayle Dunlap Mary Murdy Penny Diane Peavy Judith Olga Taylor , Front Row: Ersalene Faye Chappell, Sallie Margaret Baker, Vicki Eileen Hall, Jacque Sue Gibson. Second Row: Nancy V. Mabry, Barbara Gayle Lewellen, Frances Sue Novick, Beverly Faye Fisher, Antoinette Elizabeth Bonelli. Page 144 Iiipiet .- talon WiSie Mary bin i-i Way Bel far log i feKleyj CmlDia, I Ln MthPatn Hi Mi dim Front Row: Madeleine Draeger, Marsha Ann White, Judith Darla Ashurst, Linda Lee Cunningham, Billie Pat Porter. Second Row: Kay Boyles, Ann Elizabeth Caraway, Lynnell Jackson, Judith Ann Vitte- toe, Nancy Louise Billingsley. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Margaret Ann Becker Jenna Lou Bell Linda Sue Brooke Lois Mary Broussard Brenda Sue Carney Susan Louise Clem Lynn Cottingham Addie Beth Craft Johnny Beth Davis Mary Lou Grantham Janis Kleypas Linda Beth LaBaume Linda Latimer Mary Livingston Nancy Lynn Merritt Anne Elizabeth Roberson Dianne Marie Robin Sharon Leigh Sass Marilyn Kay Tipton Janis Jo Volkening Sharon Kay Weldon SPRING PLEDGES Charlotte Lee Banks Linda Mary Boston Nancy Jean Browder Kathryn Francis Cain Carol Diane Council Ruth Patricia Davidson Judy Anne Davis Lynn Claudia Ferguson Katherine Susan Gruner Lucinda Boylen Hanks Katherine Ruth Haralson Deborah Jeanette Harlow Shirley Anne Heczko Karen Dorothy Holland Carolyn Alice Howerton Mary Evelyn Ireton Susan Jarrett Georgianne Johnson Jolie Ann Kalbaugh Virginia Marie Kramer Ann Elizabeth Livergood Mary Male Sharron Reaves Puryear Elizabeth Alene Risinger Nancy Rundquist Diana Kate Sledge Susan Sparks Joy Kristine Stapp Donna Maxine Theis Julia Spencer Tucker Constance Ann Wellen Bonnie Bell Yates PHI BETA KINSOLVING Kinsolving residents who are members of a recognized University scholastic honorary or are on the Dean ' s List are members of Phi Beta Kinsolving. The girls hold spring and fall initiation to present a scholarship plaque to a member. Other activities include a coffee with the staff of the dean ' s office. Officers for the year were Kay Boyles, president; Marsha Ann White, vice-president; Madeleine Draeger, secretary; Ann Elizabeth Caraway, treasurer; and Judith Darla As- hurst, reporter. Mrs. Idella Patterson, resident counselor, was adviser. Page 145 Front Row: Robert Edward Davis, Richard Alan Dillard, Robert Leonard Nelson Jr. Second Row: Gordon Waldon Mid dleton, Douglas Glenn Veazey, Butch Buchanan Boyd Jr., Danny Wayne McAngus, James Hardy Bryan, Alan Richard Ponder, Thomas Jefferson Gib- son IV. Third Row: Dennis Lee Saathoff, Malcolm George Nelson, Billy Mack Clifford, Charles Byron Yarling, Edgar Earl Rhea HI, Jimmy Carl Chapman, Alfonso Alfred Sosa. PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is an honorary men ' s music fra- ternity. During the year members ushered for concerts, hung posters for CEC events, presented a Christmas program at the State Hospital, and produced " Follies Fantastique " with the other music fraternities. Richard Alan Dillard was president; Robert Leonard Nelson Jr., vice-president; Robert Edward Davis, secretary- treasurer; and Robert Xavier Rodriguez, historian. Charles Edward Brookhart, associate professor of music, was fac- ulty adviser. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Ronald Edward Barney Thomas Patrick Baughman Michael Alan Benefiel John Henry Easily John Charles Ellzey David Wilson Flack Charles Henry High Peter Hamilton Johnston Lorin Glen Larson Herbert Luther McDaniel Jr. Louis Lee McKibben Calvin Jackson McLerran Robert Xavier Rodriquez Charles Lloyd Turner James M. VanHemert Wade Houston Weiler Thomas Henry Wells Emory Clark- Whipple SPRING PLEDGES James Scott Balentine John Tuck Brewer John Wiley Davidson Bruce Richard Elliot James Sidney Gibson James Monte Guidry John S. McClelland Paul Edward McCormick Russell Carol Nelson John Lee Nowlin Lester Maas Oliver James Carry Reid Sleven Robert Smith Hugh Cullen Sparks Robcrl Walter Stricklin Thomas Henry Waggoner Kennelh Roy Williams Phi Mu Alpha taped ihe American Music Recital for radio and television in December. :v. IF Page 146 Mr. Bill Dewberry spoke with Pi Omega Pi members about job opportunities with I.B.M. PI OMEGA PI The national business teacher education honor society, Pi Omega Pi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Membership in the group is open to stu- dents who are enrolled in the teacher-training curriculum or in the business education program. The Gamma Omega chapter at the University helped this year with the Annual Typewriting and Shorthand Inter- scholastic League Meets. Members also worked in the Col- lege of Business Administration Placement Office. Officers for the year were Linda Lou Fairey, president; Kay Lyn Davenport, fall vice-president; Susan R. Bresie, spring vice-president; Joanne McCauley, secretary; Norma Sue Stanley, treasurer; and Dena Rose Arnall, historian. Sponsors for the group were Anna Marie Stengel and Nelda Garcia. SPRING PLEDGES Ann Allums Mary Gene Beazley Judy Giudice Brenda Joyce Tietjen Front Row: Lucy Carolyn Hinton, Susan Moore Bresie, Nelda C. Garcia, George Ann Shamess, Barbara Jane Henk, Nancy Ann Nasits. Second Row: Cherry Kelly Bartlett, Mary Leta Jones, Anna Marie Stengel, Joanne McCauley, Dena Rose Arnall, Linda Lou Fairey. Members Not Pictured: Dorothy S. Adams, Jane Isenhower Brown, Kay Lyn Davenport, Joyce K. Ritchie, Nancy Rae Roosth, Judith L. F. Scheschuk, Norma Sue Stanley, Maryana Symes. Page 147 PRAETORIAN GUARD Organized in 1963, Praetorian Guard takes its name from elite Roman troops that guarded Emperor Augustus. Out- standing cadets in the Army and Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps Programs make up the group. Through this organization, members acquaint themselves with all facets of life as an Army or Air Force officer. At weekly meetings guest speakers such as Colonel Ward C. Blacklock. former commanding officer of Fort Lee, Colonel John D. Townsend, and Major Carl Carpenter informed members of the responsibilities of officers. During the year Praetorian Guard cadets helped in ROTC registration, hosted the Central Texas Invitational Rifle Match in December, and raised flags at football games and Texas Relays. In association with the Daily Texan, Prae- torian Guard sponsored a Vietnam Christmas Card Program. In the fall Gregory Gerard Choban was commanding officer; Keith Allen Maxie, executive officer; Bruce Gordon Luna, sergeant major; Ronald Edward Bergquist, S-l; Gerald Knox Bishop, S-2; James Clifford Hackard, S-3; and Wiljiam Duncan Knox, S-4. Spring officers were Gerald Knox Bishop, commanding officer; John Francis Kelly Jr., executive officer:. John David Boswell, sergeant major; William Reaves Schovajsa, S-l; Phillip Duane Moseley, S-2; James Clifford Hackard, S-3; and William Duncan Knox, S-4. Captain Charles 0. Sims sponsored the organization. Lucinda Halstead was sweetheart. SPRING PLEDGES Robert D. Andron Morris Lynn Barto James Wilson Darden Kenneth Feldman Gary Lynn Hitzfeld Richard George Kramer Gregory Monroe Meyer Louis Edward Mize Leon H. Nims Charles Edwin Pfiester Jon Ronald Rios James Robertson Timothy Moser Rogers Phillip C. Scott James Tidwell Frank Henry Wagner Jr. Front Row: Lucinda Halstead, Charles Edgar Sims. Second Row: Frank Austin Thacker, Jon Marion Goodfleisch, Theodore Anthony Gonzalez, Joseph Charles Nicols Jr., Christopher E. Shively, Paul Seward Smith Jr., Michael Lee Boland, Robert Harleston Crites, Krith Allen Maxie. Third Row: Gerald Knox Bishop, Orville Dwain Harris, Roger Steve Vaughan, James Clifford Hackard, Ward Truett Blacklock Jr., Ronald Edward Bergquist, William Duncan Knox, Floyd Louis Oliver Jr., Stephen Hall Holliday. Fourth Row: Charles Everett Baker, John Thomas Ferguson, Charles Donald McFetridge, Thomas Lee Wharton, John Lawrence Johnson, John Francis Kelly Jr., Ronald James Deutch, Bruce Gordon Luna, John David Boswell. Fifth Row: William Joseph Balkon, Gregory Gerard Choban, Frank Chatmon, Phillip Duane Moseley, Richard Warren Fender, Robert Bruce Allensworth, Michael Thomas Rozga, James Allen Smith, Ralph Emerson Willcox Jr., George Robert Wallace. Members Not Pictured: Carl Michael Barto, Sidney Ray Boatler, Hayden Edward Boland, Marshall Alan Bryant, Richard Eugene Flint, Paul Joseph Giddens, John Xavier Olivo, Larry Hill River, William Keaves Schovajsa. Page 148 FALL PLEDGES James Douglass Brotherton William Owen Bull Larry Dan Clancy Michael James Clark John Thomas Conly Philip Lawrence Eiserloh Thomas Alan Erdmann Sammy M. Gilmore Robert Allen Higley Jordan R. Janak Curtis L. Junge M. R. Ligon Samuel R. Lyle Jr. Charles C. Neal Ronald N. Phillips Steven S. Shwiff Ernest M. Trominski Wilfred C. Uecker Fredrick W. Wiegand Russell C. York SPRING PLEDGES Jerome R. Banks Thomas A. Bogel James Arthur Burns Claude Robert Cage Michael David Collins Robert Louis Collins Carl Clifton Hill HI James Milton Horton William Richard Jonson Richard Henry Kayser Marvin Roy Mikeska Bill Raiford Newsom James Nolan Rachel George Raymond Root Lloyd Reynolds Sloan Steven Gravson Smith MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Munson Goodyear Compton Allan Keith DuBois James David Godfrey John Kennard House Dale Robin Miller Arnold Ott Clayton Dunning Pledger Robert Wade Smith Gary Don Whitlock SCABBARD AND BLADE Membership in Scabbard and Blade is based on merit alone. Only outstanding junior and senior members of the three ROTC units at the University are selected. All mem- bers are future officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. The company at Texas is Company G of the Eighth Regiment of the National Society of Scabbard and Blade. There are 184 companies established in leading col- leges and universities of the United States and Puerto Rico with a present membership of approximately 107,000 cadets and midshipmen. Scabbard and Blade offers the opportunity to associate socially and professionally with future officers of all four major services who have proven to be outstanding members of their ROTC units, and a chance to learn more about the other services. Through speakers, service activities, and association with faculty members of the ROTC units, mem- bers are able to gain knowledge and experience beneficial to them later as officers. The year ' s officers were James Richard Reinauer, cap- tain; James David Mitchell, first lieutenant; John Kennard House, second lieutenant; William Hubert Craig, first ser- geant; and Richard James Glaser, pledge trainer. Front Row: Donald Holt Strain, Wilford Dale McCann, Gerald Maddock Dempsey, Lawrence Erie Denny. Second Row: James Rich- ard Reinauer, James David Mitchell, Gary Wayne Miller, Charles Bernard Branch, William Hubert Craig. Third Row: Keith Allen Maxie, James Clements Graves. Park Lyle Beeler, Roger Steve Vaughan, Milton Desmond Wyrick, Wilfred Charles Uecker, John Wesley Cardwell, Frederick William Wiegand Jr., Charles Clinton Neal. Fourth Row: Donald Howard Fortune, Richard Henry Mason, Thomas Robert Gish, Curtis Linwood Junge, Sammy Michael Gil- more, Lewis Arnold Thompson, Jordan Robert Janak, Norman Carroll Molm, James Douglass Brotherton. Fifth Row: Michael James Clark, Ernest Michael Trominski, Philip Lawrence Eiserloh, Russell Clayton York, George Herman Blume II, John Thomas Conly, Dale Robert Hayden, Hugh Bennett Ruckman III, Richard James Glaser, Steven Sherman Shwiff. Page 149 Carol Kinsman, the president, presided at an informal discussion. SCOPE Striving to instill scholastic achievement in residents of Blanton dormitory, Scope members are eligible with an over- all 2.0 grade point .average at the University. Scope also encourages its members to be creative, enthusiastic, and open-minded participants of the academic community by taking part in activities on campus. The organization, which was established in September, 1964, provided language tables and also sponsored guest speakers ' to the residence. Officers for the year were Carol Ann Kinsman, president; Carol Elizabeth Welke, vice-president; Pamela Marjorie Giblin, secretary; and Mary Elizabeth Doering, reporter. Mrs. Ruth Moore was sponsor. SPRING PLEDGES Lauren Jane Baily Martha Ann Baily Judy Ann Bandy Linda Jean Barbour Kay Lynn Barnett Betty Ann Birdwell Cynthia Lee Bryant Marianne Carroll Nancy Augusta Cowen Sandra Kathryn Ftak Margaret Elizabeth Girouard Dorothy Elaine Gray Konnie Ulrike Guenther Jean Elizabeth Henion Mary Susan Huhndorff Janice Rebecca Hullum Donna Lynn Isaacks Elizabeth Arm Isenhower Nancy Elaine Jirasek Mary Tom Keller Virginia Wensley Koch Diann Larson Phyllis Elaine Leder Linda McMillan Faith Milling Karen Louise Mitchell Jo Ann Morris Marilyn Jean Neumann Julie Kay Norman Elizabeth Glen O ' Brien Karen Lynn Partridge Cathrine Allen Perley Frances Ann Rea Marolyn Reynolds Margaret Elaine Roark Mardi Gaye Schultz Barbara Ann Smith Sally Smith Nancy Jean Ulrich Maryke Ingrid Velzebour Deborah Jean Watson Marty Franklin Wilkes Donna Jean Wilkey MEMBERS Kathey Ann Augustus Elizabeth Jane Ballew Suzanne Kay Barnebey Sandra Jean Barthel Patricia Kay Bowers Leslie Patricia Browning Dixie Ann Cobb Susan Elaine Cope Dianne Davis Laura Marie Davidson Linda Kay DeLaune Leslie Donovan Mary Lou Erwin Donna Foster Mildred Ann Friedman Shelia Suzanne Fullbright Linda Gale Gee Julie Ann Goode Susan Lee Holmsley Carol Humphrey Patricia Jean Kintz Georgia Ruth Kyser Patricia Louise Lane Laura Lee Lehmberg Martha Drew Matlock Marilyn McGuff Jerry Gail Murphy Margaret Rose Parkhurst Sharon Lizabeth Reed Frances Lynne Rosenberg Susan Sayers Scott Rhana K. Smith Janet Gaye Stone Dixie Lee Walker Madeline Faith Weinstein Lejt to Right: Mary Elizabeth Doering, Carol Elizabeth Welke, Carol Ann Kinsman, Pamela Marjorie Giblin. Page 150 SIGMA IOTA EPSILON An honorary management organization, Sigma Iota Epsi- lon was formed to stimulate interest and achievement in that field. SIE helps students maintain contact with the professional world and advances scholarship and research in management through the development of the scientific approach to problems. The honorary membership to Sigma Iota Epsilon helps to recognize persons who have made con- tributions to the management field. OFFICERS Fall Spring WILLIAM KING DAUGHERTY President DAVID COTTER McDANIEL RAYMOND LEE READ V ice-President DAVID ALLEN YOUNG WILLIAM R. FAUST Secretary-Treasurer WALTER CRAIG GALLAWAY WILFRED F. RYLANDER Personnel Manager WILLIAM LEWIS WEST OTIS DEE HORTON Publicity Manager DELBERT IVAN HAWKINS FLOYD S. BRANDT Faculty Sponsor FLOYD S. BRANDT HONORARY MEMBERS A. P. Beutel H. E. Chiles Jr. Morgan J. Davis Lillian M. Gilbreath Patrick E. Haggerty Carl W. Huser L. F. McCollum Ralph Moreland M. Scott Myers Harold M. Scherr Dudley C. Sharp William R. Spriegel J. T. Suggs Fladger Tannery FACULTY MEMBERS Floyd S. Brandt Jessamon Dawe Marvin E. Gholson Roy D. Harris Norris A. Hiett Jack Holland Thomas G. Hopkins Howard E. Johnson Charles R. Klasson Elizabeth Lanham Edmund C. Lynch Judson Neff Kenneth W. Olm Lawrence L. Schkade William E. Schlender Burnard H. Sord William R. Spriegel Wilfred H. Watson Glenn A. Welsch Robert C. Bush William King Daugherty Robert I. Ellis William R. Faust Otis D. Horton Elick N. Maledon Jr. MEMBERS Elliot Manferd David Cotter McDaniel Raymond Lee Read Wilfred F. Rylander Anthony Michael Tuberose Fredrik Porter Williams David Allen Young Walter Craig Gallaway Arthur E. Skeats Lloyd Eugene Brittian FALL INITIATES Delbert Ivan Hawkins Martin E. Rosenfeldt Teddy Layne Sparks William Lewis West SPRING INITIATES Donald Terry Anderson Warren Solomon Avery Jr. John Shaw Chaney Larry Gene Garrison Jack Allen Griggs Herbert Hovan Kamm Jim Murphy Parrack Jr. Ed Dupree Roach John Howard Robinson Jr. Hugo W. Schoellkopf III O. P. Thomas Robert David Young Page 151 Front Row: R. Cliff Koeninger, James Allison Johnson Jr., David T. Connally, Wayne N. Longfellow, James Glenn Reeves, David Earl Bradley, Joe Lee Stubblefield. Second Row: Richard Earl Fletcher, Frank I. Genzer Jr., David Malcolm Burdick, Michael Edward Borne. SPHINX Sphinx, an honorary professional architectural society, selects its members on the basis of demonstrated excellence in design, academic achievement, character, and interest in the profession of architecture. Each year in the spring, Sphinx holds a picnic, the pur- pose of which is to promote better faculty-student relation- ships and an air of fellowship among all students of archi- tecture. In addition, through various other extracurricular activities, members may broaden their professional and social contacts. Fall officers were James Allison Johnson Jr., president; Lance Edward Tatum. vice-president; and David Malcolm Burdick, secretary-treasurer. Officers for the spring were Trenton William Wann Jr., president; Joe Lee Stubblefield, vice-president; and R. Cliff Koeninger. Jon A. Bowman, associate professor of Architecture sponsored the group this year. Richard Proctor Swallow is an honorary faculty member. FALL INITIATES Ronald Vincent Barbutti Jan D. Cartwright R. Cliff Koeninger Wayne Neal Longfellow Trenton William Wann Jr. David Earl Bradley Richard Earl Fletcher Jerry Max Sparks SPRING INITIATES Stanley Jackson Paul James Peters Milton Powell Joseph William Straube William Edward Von Rosenburg Gary Michael White Sphinx initiation is held twice a year. Page 152 Mbtil Members gave an appreciation coffee honoring the journalism faculty and staff. I THETA SIGMA PHI Established at the University in 1919, the Xi chapter of Theta Sigma Phi selects its members from among those upperclass women who have maintained satisfactory grade- point averages and who intend to pursue careers in com- munications. Members have the opportunity to communicate with professional women journalists and attend conventions focusing on careers in communications. The chapter sponsors the annual Ten Most Beautiful con- test on campus and awards annual scholarships to students to study journalism. Mike Quinn, formerly with the Wash- ington, D. C. Bureau of the Dallas Morning News, spoke to the group this year. Officers for the year were Judith Louise Groom, fall president; Nancy Louise Kowert, first vice-president; Mary Alice Zrubek, fall second vice-president and spring presi- dent; Kathleen Bess Stephenson, secretary; Susan P. Met- calf, treasurer; and Hazle Deane Spiller, historian. Faculty sponsor was Sue Watkins Grasty. SPRING INITIATES Laura Jane Bass Rosalinda Benavides Kay Elizabeth Canter Dianne Davis Janet Florence Hirsch Lynnell Jackson Marilyn Kay Kuehler Becky Jo Lanier Deanna Arlene Larson Dolores Jeanne Lazarie Ida Sue Leonard Carolyn Anita Nichols Jane C. Patrick Kellyn Rozier Dianne Sabom Susan Wagner Beverly Ann Watson Front Row: Kathleen Bess Stephenson, Mary Alice Zrubek, Judith Louise Croom, Sue Watkins Grasty, Susan Partricia Metcalf, Hazle Deane Spiller. Second Row: Deanna Arlene Larson, Jane Celestia Patrick, Kay Elizabeth Canter, Beverly Ann Watson, Marilyn Kay Kuehler, Ida Sue Leonard, Rosalinda Benavides, Ruth Dianne Davis, Josephine Ann DiBella. Third Row: Lynn Susan Wagner, Kellyn Rozier, Laura Jane Bass, Dolores Jeanne Lazarie, Carolyn Barkley, Gloria Faye Brown, Lynnell Jackson, Carolyn Anita Nichols, Dianne Sabom. Members Not Pictured: Glenda Louise Daniel, Janet Florence Hirsch, Nancy Louise Kowert, Becky Jo Lanier, Susan French Powell, Sharon Elaine Shelton. Page 153 v U r SERVICE Page 155 Front Row: Douglas Webb, William Berry, Jimmy Coolidge, Gary Lehmberg, Douglas Caroom, Sul Thorward, George Fleming, Charles Zlatkovich, Richard Nicholas, Marsha White, Patrick Timmons, Billy Jones, Joseph Watson III, John Zizelmann, David Cabe, David Moller, Chester Richey Jr., William Schweitzer, Charles Dyer, Arthur Holder, Dan Seilheimer. Second Row: Carroll Wright, Garvin Chastain III, Thomas Goller Jr., Allison Yee, Benjamin Rodriguez, Marc Ardoin, Stephan Sample, Victor Holuber, David Howard, Richard Duran, John York, Theodore Fogwell, Frederick Growcock, Donald Smyth, Ralph Hearn Jr., Wayne Gathers Jr., Gary Leech, Arliss Champlin, Larry Muenzler, Ronald McCraw, Michael Ma. Third Row: Steven Ezon, Peyton Thompson, Gary Dawkins, George Murphy, Thad Weaver III, Lynn Malone, Francis Stuppi, John Fletcher, James Bennett, William Perry Jr., John Gormely, Hugh Reeves, Tieman Dippel Jr., Robert Pennington III, Richard Walters, Roger Gary, Paul Sheffield, William Adams, Steven Toon. Fourth Row: Stephen Vassberg, Douglas Horbelt, John Franks III, Donald Weber, Jennings Naranjo, Mike Gibbs, Allen Simons, Lyndon Rosenberg, Kenneth Cariker, Paul Gingrich, David Garza, Paul Davis, Gustave Voelzel III, William Singleton Jr., Stephen Schaeffer, John Nolan, Robert Neves Jr., James Brown, Samuel Brady, Thomas Patton, Clarence Clark, Benjamin Dean HI, Kenneth DeVos, Colin Brown, Ronnie Mohr, Michael Shirley. Fifth Row: Douglas Hawkins, Malcolm Russell Jr., Birch Kimbrough, Randall Pollard, Frank Thayer, Harold Thiele Jr., Gayle Haws, James Rachel, Donald Robinson, Vernon Williams Jr., Walter Falk III, Michael Ohlendorf, Gary Munneke, Ronnie Haws, John Modesette, Melvin Hinson Jr., James Randals, David Isbell, Clyde Ash, Terry Wells, James Hutchings, David Kettler, Jonathan Oelrich, Thomas Thigpen, Bruce Moses. ALPHA PHI OMEGA The major men ' s service fraternity at the University, the Alpha Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Omega is the largest in the country. The three cardinal principles of Alpha Phi Omega are leadership, friendship, and service. Members ushered at CEC events, handled all campus elections, and worked with the Austin Symphony during their presentation. They also assisted in activities at the Cerebral Palsy Center and the Austin State School. On the University campus, the group worked on projects including Round-Up Review, Varsity Carnival, and Sing- Song, and sponsored the Campus Chest Benefit. Visitors to campus were guided by APO members, who also assisted during registration. Fall officers were Charles Allen Marsh, president ; Richard Alan Nicholas, administrative vice-president; Billy Lynn Jones, service vice-president; George Matthews Fleming, membership vice-president; Gary Virgil Lehmberg, secre- tary; Charles Philip Zlatkovich, treasurer, and Jimmy Tag Coolidge, reporter. Holding offices in the spring were Richard Alan Nicholas, president; George Matthews Flem- ings, vice-president; Dan Keith Seilheimer, service vice- president; Douglas G. Caroom, membership vice-president; Sul Ross Thorward,, secretary; Wayne Edwin Gathers Jr., treasurer; and John Robert Zizelmann, reporter. Arno Nowotny, consultant on the Development Board; Jack Steele, director of the Union; Lawrence T. Franks, dean of men ; G. J. Fonken, associate professor of chemistry ; William F. Wallace, assistant registrar; and C. C. Nolen, associate director of the Development Board, sponsored the organization. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Paul David Angenend Miles Hartman Appleberry Alan Mihran Arabian David Lee Bracken Joel D. Brown Forrest Clair Child Munson G. Compton Michael Thomas Coyne Richard Crowell Nick Daley Hugh Campbell Dismukes Eugene Craig Dorf Albert F. DuPree Larry M. Fielder Robert Wilton Fishbeck Mark Allen Fry Sam Gentry Fredrick Walter Gerdes Gary Quinn Giles William John Gill Reuben W. Halton George Morris Hamm Preston Cagle Hunt Charles S. Jamison Wayne Edwards Jones Harold Ray Lewis Charles Allen Marsh Richard Simmons McCown Charles Edward Mulroy Patric Arnold O ' Brien Don Passman C. O. Patterson Jr. Lloyd Gilbert Pond David Charles Porter Morris Jackson Ruchelman Michael Simpson Don Louis Steelman Marvin Joe Stelling Fabian Marvin Summers Jr. George Frank Tatman Charles D. Walters Ronald Ray Warner David Sterling White SPRING PLEDGES Ben Aguilar John C. Baker III Marshall Alan Bryant Tim Chin Miguel Angel Colina-Vargas Robert John Daughterly Patrick Glenn Eck Dave Frishman Paul Darius Frye Michael Furnace Gibbs Thomas Allen Harris William Watson Henderson Steve Hoot Fred Frier Houghton Frank John Houzvicka Orion Lawrence Hudson Joel Buffington Kizer John Clark Modesette Gary Arthur Munneke Dick Odle Tom Poindexter Mike Simpson Gerald Edward Streit John Eric Swanson Harold Allen Travis Kenneth Martin Tubbs Wayland Merle Watts Travis Gene Wilson John Henry Zammito Joseph Walker Simpson Page 156 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY MEMBERS NOT PICTURED David Abramowitz James Parker Bates Gerald Knox Bishop Warren Swain Bollmeier Lonnie Brauner Jr. Chris Vernon Cook Russell Carlton Cykoski Stephen Hall Holliday Bruce Gordon Luna Robert Harold Maginel Robert John Mills Jr. Robert Douglas Montgomery Earl Martin Orbin Jr. Ill Roger William Page Jr. Donald G. Patterson Manuel George Resales Jr. Stephen J. Shook Gregory Louis Sweeney John Lewis Treat Jerald Robert Yankee SPRING PLEDGES Donald Kenneth Bailey Allan Klark Bean John Davis Bowen John Clinton Burns John Francis Kelly Jr. James David Mitchell John Xavier Olivo Michael Anthony Pandolfo John C. Totten The purpose of the Arnold Air Society is to develop effective Air Force officers. Their goal is to promote fellow- ship among these officers, to extend to the surrounding community the purpose, tradition, and concepts of the USAF, and to promote space-age citizenship. This year the AAS worked at the Austin State School carnival, ushered at the United Fund dinner, sponsored operation " bootstrap, " a tutoring program among AFROTC cadets, and along with Angel Flight, sponsored singing at a rest home for the aged. Lt. Col. Whaley, national founder of Angel Flight, spoke at the joint Arnold Air and Angel Flight initiation, and Dr. H. Malcolm Macdonald, ROTC liaison officer, spoke to the group on " The Changing Face of Communism. " Fall officers were Bryce E. Bonner, commander; Miguel Berumen III, executive officer; Rufus Green Jr., operations officer; Colin K. Kaufman, administrative officer; Robert Harold Maginal, comptroller; and James Thomas Brown, information officer. Spring officers were Bryce E. Bonner, commander; James Thomas Brown, executive officer; Rob- ert John Mills Jr., operations officer ; Stephen Hall Holliday, administrative officer; David Abramowitz, comptroller; and Russell Carlton Cykoski, information officer. Captain Rich- ard J. McGuinness Jr. sponsored the group. Front Row: James Thomas Brown, Bryce Eugene Bonner, Rufus Green Jr., Mike Berumen III. Second Row: John Arthur Lillie, Jerry Otho Cochran, James Henry Belt, Michael Bransford McShane, Robert Earl Cherry, Richard Charles Carmichael. Third Row: Colin Kelly Kaufman, Darryl Paul Greenwood, Kenneth Elmer Eickmann, Richard Caldwell Null, Mark Allen Fry, Benjamin Jacob Horst, Edward Martin Taylor. Page 157 Members held an apartment party duri ng the fall semester. GAMMA BETA PHI Begun last year, Gamma Beta Phi is making plans for its future and helping organize societies at other Texas colleges and Beta Clubs in high schools. The group began a test file in the Union Reading Room this year. Activities included a trip to the Baylor football game in the fall, with an after-game party at one of the member ' s houses, as well as a party at Thanksgiving. Dr. John W. Harris, national secretary of Gamma Beta Phi and national secretary of Beta Clubs, spoke to the group. Kenneth William Kesselus was president; James Earl Drenman, vice-president; Carmen Elizabeth Oertling, sec- retary ; and ' Betty Jane Warlick, treasurer. Roderick Fors- man, assistant professor of psychology, sponsored the group. Front Row: Roderick Forsman, Betty Jane Warlick, Kenneth William Kesselus, Carmen Elizabeth Oertling, James Earl Drennan. Second Row: Vicki Lynn Rabensburg, Margaret Anne McMaughan, Gaynelle Johnson, Edgar Bernard Littlefield, Pamela Elizabeth Garrett, Marilyn Lillian See, Michael P. D. Ma, Claudia Jean Raun. Third Row: Fred Graves Wright Jr., Sherman Parker Ratliff, Joyce Elaine Brink, Timothy Grant Abrams, Tommy Glover Eads, Gail Ross Waters, William Thomas Adams III, David Earl Leigh, Cynthia Ann Beach. Members Not Pictured: David John Andrews, Carolyn Jean Emmott, Barbara Jane Jaeggli, Kenneth Wayne Johnson, Linda Sue Settle, Juanice Velma Thiele, Luther Milam Watson, Linda Ruth Yates. - ' . : Page 158 Front Row: Susan Ostcrhaus, Willi Jo Spencer, Kathleen Barrows, Peggy Goulding, Kathy Cameron, Elizabeth Kernodle, Winona Schloemer, Mary Dawkins, Pamela Shropshire, Polly Fowler, Gloria Ozarchuk. Second Row: Vonciel Jones, Jan Bailey, Bettie Watford, Sharon West, Linda McMahan, Beverly Gewertz, Marcia Boles, Shir- ley Mueller, Ethel Seabolt, Margaret Morrow, Lowie Ryland, Beverly Haynes, Bertha Burson, Karen Dennis, Mary Wilson, Gwen Richard- son. Third Row: Judy Snowden, Diana Rasmussen, Laura Garner, Sherry Smith, Peggy Finger, Nelda Hightower, Emma Munguia, Patricia Kintz, Virginia Alspaugh, Dorothy Ferguson, Marian Graves, Judith Gordon, Linda Newcomb, Karen Jackson, Kathleen Hoy], Mardi Hurst, Pamela Roberson, Rogene Horn, Cheryl Hazlewood, Barbara Grant, Cindy Boozer. Fourth Row: Virginia Christie, Cynthia Beach, Sarah Smith, Jo Ann Anderson, Carol Morrow, Madeleine Delker, Carole Johnson, Constance Fronek, Lois Donnell, Susan Fannin, Lillian Donnell, JoAnn Morris, Doris Kristek, Donna Chris- topher, Anna Deinken, Elizabeth Williams, Jane Stewart, Susan Schwartz, Marion Morris. JdbnHBEgsai TAE sold Hook ' em Horns hats for the Darrell Royal workshop. GAMMA DELTA EPSILON Gamma Delta Epsilon, a service sorority, is based on three principles friendship, leadership, and service. Friend- ships are primarily established by becoming acquainted with pledge and active sisters through work on service proj- ects. Leadership is developed by work on planning activities and governing Gamma Delta Epsilon. The third principle is seen in service to the student body and faculty of the University, to its members, and to the nation as participating citizens. Officers for the fall were Kathy Cameron, president; Peggy Marie Goulding, administrative vice-president; Susan Arlene Osterhaus, service vice-president; Polly Ann Fowler, membership vice-president; Gloria Jean Ozarchuk, secretary; Mary Jean Dawkins, treasurer; and Pamela Agnes Shrop- shire, reporter-historian. Spring officers were Peggy Marie Goulding, president; Martha Hurst, administrative vice- president; Elizabeth Arlisse Kernodle, service vice-president; Marian Louise Graves, membership vice-president; Mary Jean Dawkins, secretary; Pamela Agnes Shropshire, treas- urer, and Carole Lynn Johnson, reporter-historian. Advisers were Mrs. Virginia Searight, Mrs. Bruce Lynn Taylor, Miss Ruth Smith, and Miss Kathleen Barrows. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Judy Beth Autry Lucinda Baker Dayle Catherine Bebee Cynthia Yolanda Cantu Suzanne Mary Chesner Virginia Louise Christie Frances Marie Everage Martha Eileen Fischer Christina Friar Mary Joyce Gautreau Arlene Lee Goldstein Claudia Jean Bailey Kathleen Hope Hiett Mary Katherine Kiefer Fanchon Laurie Lunin Marie Louise Muecke Karen Lynn Farmer Kaen Suzanne Taylor Karen Elaine Turvey Barbara Margaret Watson SPRING PLEDGES Janet Bailey Cheryl Anne Barthel Sandra Jean Barthel Cathy Deutsch Sue Ellen Dobie Sandra A. Eagan Pattie Jane Knight Betty Jane Koivula Frances Elaine Kramer Barbara McQueen Mary Claudia Neil Mary Lynn Rylander Ruth Waurine Taylor Pat Wallace Jane Rosalind Waller Marcy Wentworth Pamela Ann Wieber Page 159 Vincent R. DiNino, Director of the Longhorn Bands. LONGHORN BAND Top Row: James Michael Allen, Gloria Amescua, Gordon Keith Anders, Patricia Ruth Andersen, Glenn Robert Anderson, Michael Alton Anderson, Sharon Ann An- derson, William Marcellus Appen- brink. Second Row: Phillip Allen Arnold, Gardner Davis Atkinson Jr., Allan Ross Baker, William Ray Banks, Robert Dean Barg, David Jerry Bartek, James Craig Bartlett, John Edward Barton. Third Row: David Earl Bates, Roy Eugene Bates, Charles Morton Berg, Sue Lynn Blackburn, David Michael Boatright, John Warren Bode Jr., Allen Neal Boggs III, Warren Swaim Bollmeier II. Fourth Row. Monroe Buchannan Boyd Jr., Walter Joseph Boyer, Donald Lee Bremer, Valla Ellen Brewington, Jerry Ray Broadus, John Thomas Brown, Calvin Carl Buchholtz Jr., Victoria Ann Burks. Fifth Row: Hazel Vernon Burnette, Barbara Jayn Burrus, Robert Wayne Burson, Barbara Ann Burt- ner, Terry Wayne Cadwell, Bill Adkins Camp, David Buxton Campbell, ' Ruth Ann Carnicom. Sixth Row: Nancy Carter, Barbara Joan Cederholm, Ronald Lowell Chaffin, Gerald Ray Chester, Barbara June Childs, Mark Ed- win Clark, Vincent Ross Collins, Tommy Neal Cowan. Seventh Row: William Galloway Craig, Karen Gay Cronquist, Clark Alexander Curtiss, Linda Lauree Dalton, Clifton Floyd Darby, James Amador Daross, Robert Wayne Derrick, Richard Alan Dillard. Eighth Row: Clarence William Dittman, Mildred Gay Dodson, Walter Henry DuBose, Gibbs Ed- mond Eakens, Peggy Jo Eason, Thomas Haines Edwards, William Lance Ennis, Robert Dale Erick- Ninth Row: Mary Ann Erskine, Richard Edward Ewing, Jimmie Wayne Karris, James Michael File, Cheryl Ann Fox, Faye Suzanne Franks, Harvey Dale Fuchs, Ann Fugate. Under the direction of Vincent R. DiNino, the Longhorn Band performed throughout the entire year. The Band enter- tained at pep rallies, football halftime shows, Texas Relays, and basketball games. The Longhorn Band provided music for commencement activities, Cowboy Minstrels, Dads ' Day, the Round-Up parade, and a summer concert series. Besides providing transportation and admission to Uni- versity athletic events, the Band sponsored several parties for its members. Students received two hours credit per semester with Band membership and were eligible for various scholarships and awards given by the Band. Billed as " The Show Band of the Southwest " , the Long- horn Band is headed by Vincent R. DiNino, director; John Francis Edmunds, assistant director; and Tommy Neal Cowan, president. Page 160 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Charles Wallace Barrow Charles Fred Bernhardt Jr. Cathy Sue Billiot Judye Dian Brunton Edward Thomas Burba James Lee Burke Sarah Beth Cavett Earl Carlyle Center John Jefferson Comp Glenn Dell Cortines Robert Wallace Crone Richard Earle Deweese Debron Curtis Duncan Lee G. Eilbott Charles Lyman Ellis Kenneth Charles Emery John David Etheredge Brian Dudley Evans James Harold Fisher Cynthia Jean Fowler Bruce Edward Fuller William Joseph Gervers Robert Bruce Giddens Richard Arthur Grimmer III Deborah Jeannette Harlow Jo Carol Hebert Cynthia Ann Helge Harriett Sue Hierth Cindy Lou Hoose Stephen Douglas Houston James David Joy Emma Lea King Clem Lee Kirkland Jr. Lynn Esten Kohlenberg Sallie Elisabeth Latham John H. Laurie Martha Jean Lea Edmund Bennington Levy III Kathy Ellen Lohr Merry Eve Makela Keith A. Math Steven Griffin Mays Danny Wayne McAngus Evelyn Duggan Muelder Mary Ann Nelson Gus Ronald Oldham Kermit Andrew Paulos Lawrence Miller Payne Stephen Charles Price Richard D. Relyea Richard Coad Robinson Thomas Cecil Rollier Jeffrey Marsh Salisbury Jo Ann Shaw Douglas B. Smith Juan S. Solis David George Stamman Jimmy Tyrone Stewart Gloria Kay Swerk Glenn Allan Tucker Salyer Dick Vanderwerth J. Curtis Varnell Thomas Henry Waggoner Gerald Michael Walker Terry Wayne Walker James William Wallace Gary Wayne Watt Janet Carol Whitmire Top Row: Robert Allan Gallaway, Wilson Lynn Garner, Albert George Gary, Phillip Anthony Geis, James Sidney Gibson, Steven Roger Gideon, Joseph Paul Glabasnia, Ed- ward Allan Goforth. Second Row: Robert Wayne Good- man, David Frank Gracey, Kermit Eugene Graf, Linda Ruth Graves, George Leonard Greene, Kenneth Edward Griffin, Charles Monroe Griffith III, Larry Wayland Grimm. Third Row: Harold Dennis Grote- vant, Monte James Guidry, Car- olyn Mary Haik, John Powell Hardesty, Sandra Claire Hardin, Steven Terrance Harsch, William Emmert Hatcher III, Sue Ellen Haugarth. Fourth Row: Ignacio Nash Her- nandez, Barbara Ethelda Holland, Franklin Cardwell Houston, Roddy Melvin Howard, Karen Jane Hrus- ka, Jay Shelton Jackson, Barbara Jane Jaeggli, Donna Ruth Jenkins. Fifth Row: Nancy Elaine Jirasek, Gaynelle Johnson, Thomas Walter Jones, Richard Gilbert Karm, Frank Maben Keathley Jr., Noel Michael Kelly, John Maurice Kidd, Frank David King. Sixth Row: Weldon Louis Knape, Larry Wesley Knigge, Larry Eu- gene Lamberth, William Whitworth Lamson, Robert Larry Lane, Bren- da Lea Law, James Malcolm Lind- sey, David Anderson Littlefield. Seventh Row: Kaylynn Lloyd, Armando Medina Lopez Jr., John Taylor Love, Marilyn Kay Lundell, Donna Lyn Magee, Thomas Edward Marburger, Donna Margaret Math- ews, Ruth Diane Mathews. Eighth Row: Harvey Lee May ton, Karen Lynn McAngus, Charles Thomas McCalister, George Ed- ward McCally, Samuel Jackson McClendon, Michael James Mc- Clure, Ronald Kent McCraw, Linda McDavitt. Ninth Row: Sandra Elizabeth Mc- Dermott, Nancy Kay McGehee, Rose Ann Mcllvain, Richard Allen McKean, Robert Larry McKenzie, Calvin Jackson McLerran, Pamela Ann Mederios, Paula Dale Meeks. Page 161 Top Row: Blocker Dodson Meit- zen, Gordon Waldon Middlcton, Charles Milton Miller Jr., Michelle Mae Moltz, Mary Christine Mont- gomery. Linda Kay Moore, Brenda Kay Moorhead, Charles James Mott. Second Row: Cheryl Lynn Musket, Ronald Easter Nance, Charles Henry Nash III, Malcolm George Nelson, Kathryn Louise Newton, Thomas Edward Nunn, John Xavier Olivo, Carolyn Owens. Third Row: Charles Mackey Par- sons, Walter Bruce Pennington, Carol Jean Perkins, Charles Leslie Perkins, David Wayne Peters, Terry Sue Porter, Thomas David Porter, Bruce Stephen Powers. Fourth Row: Forrest Freeman Preece, John Hieserman Primm, Frederick Winfield Proctor, Shar- ron Reaves Puryear, Cynthia Yvonne Raesener, Joe Luis Ramos, William Charles Records, Sharon Lizabeth Reed. Fifth Row: Thomas N. Rice, Kent M. Rider, Robert Munoz Rodriguez, Salvador C. Rodriguez, Ray Arthur Roeder, Joseph Edmund Rush II, Lowie Frances Ryland, Kenneth Richard Sandberg, Jr. Sixth Row: Albert Fred Schkade Jr., Thomas Edward Schmidt, Clif- ford Emerson Schoone Jr., Michael John Schroeder, Joe Ray Seekamp, Johnny Frank Seekamp, Thomas Earl Shine, Nancy Carol Siegmund. Seventh Row: James Kendall Sims, Jo Anne Slaughter, Louis Leroy Squyres, Doris Ann Stanford, Judy Kay Stark, Chad B. Starks, Thom- as Ray Staton, Marvin Joe Stelling. Eighth Row: Thomas Francis Stip- ulkosky, Larry Douglas Stooks- berry, Walter Robert Stricklin, Lynda Kay Strimple, Barbara Mae Stromberg, Jetson Estelle Swaim, Robert Louis Talley, James Wil- liam Tankersley. Ninth Row: Gary Lee Thomasson, Larry Lance Thomasson, Kathy L. Thompson, Patricia Harlan Thomp- son, William Thomas Thweatt Jr., Michael Patrick Tierney, Jo Lyn Tillerson, Terry Edwin Traweek. Tenth Row: Charles Robert Tur- ner, Sharyn Uecker, Janis Jo Volk- ening, Wayne Evan Voscamp, Jer- ry Wayne Walton, Joseph Fred- erick Warren, Thomas Charles Wascher. Eleventh Row: Sharon Ealine Wat- kins, Frances L. Wells, Sharon Carol Whiting, Jeanne Ann Wil- liams, Kenneth Ray Williams, Rita Louise Williams, Connie Sue Winn. Twelfth Row: Linda Lee Word, Michael Bruce Wortham, Carroll Edward Wright, Fred Graves Wright Jr., James Michael Wyatt, Sally Ann Yarborough, Charles Byron Yarling. ' V Page 162 Left: The section leaders are responsible for organizing their 15-man section so that all units are in step at halftime shows. Below: John Francis Edmunds, Assistant Director. SECTION LEADERS Front Row: Terry Wayne Cadwell, Salvador C. Rodriguez Jr., Gerald Michael Walker, Wally Joseph Boyer, Thomas David Porter, Thomas Francis Stipulkosky, John H. Laurie, Sallie Elisabeth Latham. Second Row: Clem Lee Kirkland Jr., Richard Alan Dillard, John Edward Barton, Bill Carl Records, James Kendall Sims, Johnny Frank See- kamp, Thomas Charles Wascher, Calvin Jackson McLerran, Jimmy Tyrone Stewart. Third Row: Gardner Davis Atkinson Jr., Glenn Robert Anderson, Charles Fredrick Bernhardt Jr., Albert Fred Schkade Jr., William Joseph Gervers, Gary Wayne Watt, Stephen Douglas Houston. Fourth Row: John Warren Bode Jr., Thomas Haines Edwards, Richard Earle Deweese, Charles Lyman Ellis, Steven Roger Gideon, Kent Morrison Rider, Tommy Neal Cowan, Clarence William Dittman. Page 163 Below: Robert Charles Tull, Graduate Assistant to Director. Right: Big Bertha, the Band ' s claim to the world ' s largest drum, was a popular half- time feature. Above: Richard C. Robinson, Drum Major. Right Lynn Esteen Kohlenberg, Feature Twirler. Page 164 Lejt to Right: Tommy Neal Cowan, Kathy Ellen Lohr, Allen Neal Boggs III, Nancy Kay McGehee, Clem Lee Kirkland Jr. BAND COUNCIL The Band Council is the student ' s governing organization in the Longhorn Band. It determines social and financial matters, decides- on the lettering of Band members, and along with the director, sets Band policy. The Council is composed of five voting members: Tommy Neal Cowan, president; Kathy Ellen Lohr, first counselor; Allen Neal Boggs, second counselor; Clem Lee Kirkland, third counse- lor; and Nancy Kay McGehee, fourth counselor. These officers are elected in the late spring and serve for a term of one year. The ex-officio members of the Band Council are Jo Ann Shaw and William Charles Records, freshman advisors; Kent Morrison Rider, president of Kappa Kappa Psi; and Kathy L. Thompson, president of Tau Beta Sigma. Freshman advisors plan and direct an orientation program for Band freshmen each fall. They are appointed in the spring by the outgoing and incoming Band Councils. The Longhorn Band ' s famous " Texas " formation greeted football fans at half-time. Page 165 ; : TAU BETA SIGMA A national honorary service sorority for college bands- women, Tau Beta Sigma is composed of women who have completed at least one year in the Longhorn Band. They are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, musician- ship, and service to the band. The sorority served the band throughout the year. During the football season, members could be found sewing buttons on band uniforms, painting out-of-town bus signs, and selling Longhorn Band records for the band ' s scholarship fund. The service of the chapter extended to various band projects, both spring and fall. Freshmen beanies, High School Band Day, and the annual spring banquet provided members with activities for the year. Officers for the year were Kathy L. Thompson, president; Emma Lea King Mayton, vice-president; Anne Fugate, sec- retary; Michelle Mae Moltz, treasurer; Carolyn Owens, historian, and Evelyn Duggan Muelder, parliamentarian. Mrs. John F. Edmunds sponsored the group. Members helped bandsman by sewing on button before an out-of-town football game. SPRING PLEDGES Sue Lynn Blackburn Judye Dian Brunton Barbara June Childs Mildred Gay Dodson Gloria Kay Swerk Janis Jo Volkening Front Row: Anne Fugate, Michelle Mae Moltz, Kathy Loveta Thomp- son, Emma Lea King Mayton, Evelyn Duggan Muelder, Carolyn Owens. Second Row: Nancy Kay McGehee, Sally Ann Yarborough, Kathy Ellen Lohr, Lowie Frances Ryland, Hazel Vernon Burnette, Kalliryn Louise Newton. Jo Ann Shaw, Gaynelle Johnson, Sharon Lizabeth Reed, Brenda Kay Moorhead. Third Row: Sharon Ann Anderson, Donna Ruth Jenkins, Linda McDavitt, Lynda Kay Strimple, Gloria Amesoua. Cheryl Ann Fox, Nancy Carter, Judy Kay Stark. Cynthia Ann Hclge, Barbara Jayn Burrus. Members Not Pictured: Terry Lynn Hobbs, Sallie Elisabeth Latham. Martha Jean Lea. : :, Page 166 xfottan Front Row: Richard Robinson, Charles Ellis, Kent Rider, Johnny Seekamp. Second Row: Danny McAngus, Thomas Porter, Richard Dillard, John Barton, Charles Bernhardt Jr., Allen Boggs III, Joseph Glabasnia, Gordon Middleton Jr. Third Row: Thomas Schmidt, Glenn Anderson, David Peters, Larry Lamberth, Michael McClure, Clem Kirkland Jr., James File, Calvin McLerran. Fourth Row: Malcolm Nelson, Stephen Houston, Charles Barrow Jr., James Sims, Tommy Cowan, Brian Evans, Gary Watt, William Banks. Fifth Row: Charles Berg, Clarence Dittman, Thomas Edwards, Louis Squyres, Richard Deweese, Steven Gideon, James Daross, Harvey Fuchs, Warren Bollmeier II. Members Not Pictured: James Allen, Wilfred Bell, James Joy, William Records, Jerry Walton. I KAPPA KAPPA PSI Members of Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary frater- nity of college bandsmen, are selected on the basis of schol- arship, leadership, musicianship, and service to the band. They cared for and transported the Longhorn Band ' s equip- ment during the football season, as well as hosting several socials and the annual spring banquet. Officers for the year were Kent Morrison Rider, presi- dent; Charles Lyman Ellis, vice-president; Johnny Frank Seekamp, secretary; and Richard Goad Robinson, treasurer. John Francis Edmunds was faculty sponsor. FALL PLEDGES Glen Robert Anderson Warren Swain Bollmeier II Brian Dudley Evans James Michael File Steven Roger Gideon Joseph Paul Glabasnia Stephen Douglas Houston Larry Eugene Lamberth Danny Wayne McAngus Michael James McClure Gordon Waldon Middleton Jr. David Wayne Peters Thomas Edward Schmidt Louis Leroy Squyres Jr. Gary Wayne Watt SPRING PLEDGES Walter Joseph Boyer John Xavier Olivo Edward Thomas Burba Charles Leslie Perkins Terry Wayne Cadwell Michael PaWick Tierney Robert Wayne Derrick Salyer Dick Vanderwerth Richard Edward Ewing Fred Graves Wright Jr. George Leonard Greene KK pledge, Brian Evans, polished a band member ' s shoes on the bus to the OU game. Page 167 Front Row: Judy Ann Gillis, Cheryl Dean Shinbaum, Jane Arian Haun, Judith Kathryn Byrd, Sara Virginia Bullock, Elizabeth Anne Clark, Kathy Ellen Lohr, Mary Lorene Dennis. Second Row: Rebecca Anne Porter, Sally Ann Yarborough, Laura Anne Ozmun, Jackie Maxine Kimbrough, Judy Karen Barefield, Peggy Jane Brzeszkiewicz, Kay Boyles, Laura Lee Lehmberg, Madeleine Draeger. Third Row: Ronni Joy Weksler, Nancy Lynn Haralson, Carolyn Jean DuBose, " Deborah Anne Spiva, Sally Mayvi Whiteside, Kathryn Mary Bartosh, Grace Juanita Cleaver, Marolyn Wittman, Donna Lynne Harlan, Susan Joan Hyde. Fourth Row: Carolyn Frances Estes, Eleanor Anne Newton, Carol Ann Rulfs, Patricia Jan Ludeman, Brenda Joyce Cook, Susan Elizabeth Epps, Glenna Margaret Schroeder, Dorothy Maureen Nelson, Eleanor Corless Beasley, Shirley Bird Perry. Members Not Pictured: Olga Jo Garcia. D Louis jiflaS " :::;- ' total D .. _:;!. tool All : in; ' - ' ftbell Mice ficeO JanjCi ' .-.- E:r. tirrieil fail EizaW HV: A: Antkiy Junes II ORANGE JACKETS As a service organization for sophomore and junior women, Orange Jackets offers the opportunity to get to know and work with representative students from many diverse areas of campus life, to become well-informed about every- thing concerning the University, and to work with adminis- trators, faculty members, and other students in serving the University. The girls served as hostesses for Dads ' Day, Round-Up, and receptions for Visiting Fellows and Chilean students. Noted speakers to the group this year were Jack Maguire, director of the Ex-Students ' Association, and Roy Vaughan, head of Operation Brainpower. Officers for the year were Sara Virginia Bullock, presi- dent; Jane Arian Haun, vice-president; Eleanor Corless Beasley, secretary; Mary Lorene Dennis, treasurer; Dorothy Maureen Nelson, service; and Judy Kathryn Byrd and Eleanor Anne Newton, contact chairmen. Sponsor was Mrs. Shirley Bird Perry, Texas Union program director. SPRING TAPPEES Karen Jeanne Barraga Nancy Louise Billingsley Sue Lynn Blackburn Cheryl Ann Burr Susan Elaine Cope Jeanne Ellison Nancy Jo Fleury Gloria Fricdberger Carol Beth Goldman Mary Lou Grantham Kathy J. Holmes Vera Sansom Korth Claire Ann Miller Carolyn Owens Dianne Rush Sidneye Carol Trulock Liz Marie Wooldridge Active members surprised the new spring tappees as they ate their dinners. Page 168 SPRING OUTLAWS Randy D. Addison Wick Allison Calvin Bennett Jr. Betty Ann Birdwell William Louis Brewer Bo Louis Byers Pamela Susan Cain Michael Claude Caruso Robert Dean Clark Sharon Lynn Cohen Carol Alice Conner Edana Clementine Coole Michael Elliott Davidoff Florence Muriel Donald Alice Cochran Fisher Harry Garner Robert Elliot Giles Bonnie Blue Graves Gary Ernest Griffith Katie Susan Gruner Kelley Austin Guest Pattie Marje Haralson Harriett Hawley John Scott Hodgson Linda Ann Isbell H. Les Jank ey Jerrilyn Johnson Ann Eleece Jones Mary Tom Keller Jeff Kline Lynn Esten Kohlenberg Patricia Carol Massengale Thomas Bandy McGregor Edwin Dyer Moore Annette Morris Charles Roy Parker Robert Miller Pittenger Jackie Ann Richardson Mary Lynn Rylander Wade David Shaw John Thomas Taylor Susan Thompson James Sherwood Tiffany Delia Wright White Richard Bruce Wise Jeanne Elizabeth Wood Thomas Victor Woodard Jr. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Merrill Paul Anderson Elizabeth Jane Ballew Karen Amelia Bynum Anthony Field Constant James Thomas Dorsey Dillon James Ferguson Allen Burroughs Hannay III Leslie Ann Michel Ronny Olga Norwood Suzanne Porter Earl Richard Stewart III Richard Reid Wadsworth Jr. POSSE Members of Posse, a co-ed honorary organization, serve to promote spirit at the University. They made signs and painted windows on the Drag for Round-Up, held a raffle for Campus Chest, and helped with service projects for Freshman Council and orientation of transfer students. Members are selected after their first semester at the University on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character, and service. Following their western theme, members are called Deputies. Pledges are lassoed when tapped and depu- tized when initiated. The year ' s officers were Joe Bob Kinsel, marshal; Victor Joe Rogers, sheriff; Laura Lee Lehmberg, justice of the peace; William Reagan Birdwell, banker; Wilburn D. Hilton Jr. and Carol Beth Goldman, rabble rousers; Gray Byron Jolink and Karen Bynum, constables, and Barbara Bryn Wycoff, parson. William T. Belt sponsored the Posse. Front Row: Victor Joe Rogers, Laura Lee Lehmberg, Joe Bob Kinsel, William Reagan Birdwell. Second Row: Barbara Bryn Wycoff, Marsha Ann White, Sharon Ann Anderson, Kathleen Ann DiMare, Jane Elizabeth Gully, Judith Lynn Britt, Judy K. Dobbs, Susan Elaine Cope, Carol Beth Goldman. Third Row: Nancy Josephine Fleury, Nancy Lynn Haralson, Louise Noelie Coerver, David Critten- den Hooper, Wilburn D. Hilton Jr., Deborah Anne Spiva, Jo Ann Giese, Daisy Mary Sloan, Robin Jane Thrift. Fourth Row: Robert Thaddeus Jackson, Edwin Buster Freedman, John M. Johnstori, Lan Chase Bentsen, Gray Byron Jolink, Nick John Milosevich, Stephan Jay Haney, Gary Wayne Watt, Gregory Drew Hooser. Page 169 Members painted signs on the windows on the Drag during football season. ROYAL SPIRIT COMMITTEE The purpose of the Royal Spirit Committee is to promote pep rallies, games, and other spirit stunts. Their main activities for the season were painting spirit signs on win- dows and creating general spirit decorations for football season. Chairman for the year was William Dan Burleson. His assistants included Sallie Cherry Morrill, Dorothy Maureen Nelson, Jane Elizabeth Gully, Beverly Kay Enderle, James Winston Chapman, Alan Lee Hubbard, and Mike Waldron. MM IK Front Row: Michael James Waldron, Jane Elizabeth Gully, Sallie Cherry Morrill, Beverly Kay Enderle, Dorothy Maureen Nelson, William Dan Burleson. Second Row: Shirly Ann Stubbs, Suzan Gail Bell, Mary Love Bailey, Cathy Lynn Bond, Andrea Hele ne Glass, Patricia Catherine Duffy, Harriet Cline, Marajen Elizabeth Denman, Susan Nell Terry, Rande Siegel. Third Row: Nancy Jean White, Dinah Lea Denson, French Anne Pruitt, Sharon Lynn Cohen, Jay Wallace Colvin III, Pamela Anne White, Claire Evans Whitmire, Donna Lynne Harlan, Deborah Jean Johnson, Jessica Elaine Siebel, Cheryl Dean Shinbaum. Fourth Row: Susan Joan Bayliss, Patricia Kay Anselin, Susan Murray Wood, Delia Wright White, Nancy Lynne Austin, Winona Ruth Schloemer, Beth Ward, Jo Nell Knize, Alice Faye Weingarten, Darlene Faye Harris. Fifth Row: Carol Ann Mor- row, Charles Clifton Cobb, David Murray Moore, Larry Armond Seidel, John Michael Millican, Joseph Presley Watson III, Gus M. George, Cal Lee Raup, Robert Eugene Hartong Jr., Mary Elizabeth Franks, Cynthia Ann Leach. Page 170 Front Row: James Russell Leahy, Thomas 0. Hicks, Bruce William Schnitzer, Mark Blumenthal, Richard Earl Green, Jack W. Hanks Jr., David Alan Ott, Allan Katzberg, Dale Clay Bullough, James Bernard Blackburn, Bryan William Barry. Second Row: Ragan Douglas Gennusa, Brown Bolts Rice III, David C. Hooper, Bill C. Records, Tommy Jordan Gentry, Tolbert M. Dalton III, Bevo IX, Christopher Allan Paul, Sherrill Jane Spradley, Sweetheart, Walter Louis Cook Jr., John Lewis Adams, Ronald Mac Bowyer, Harris Roberts Fender Jr., Jan Michael Klinck, Leigh Stewart Galatzan, Stuart Rollin Weiss, Richard Earle Helmer III. Third Row: Kelly Lynn Baker, Oliver Samuel Heard, Richard Dennis Watt, Michael Lowery Gillette, Jay Stanley, John Bowden Connally III, Richard Joseph Bueltel, David Joseph Jones, Robert Davis Mosby, Earl R. Stewart, Richard Reid Wadsworth II, William Crawford Parish, Dick Vermillion, James Douglas Phelan, John Conner Emerson. Members Not Pictured: Linus Lee Baer, George Madison Berry, Stephen Brody, James Eugene Brown, James Eddy Burk, Presley Howard Chalmers, Ernest Harris Cockrell, Fred Allen Edwards, Ronald Louis Ehrig, Stanley Jay Eisenbcrg, Charles Roger Gipson, Harry Joseph Glauser, John Catlett Goodman, Samuel Russell Graham, Ned Holmes, Wilson S. Jaeggli, Donald Mack Johnson, Michael Simon Lang, James Conrad Lederer, Greg Lawrence Lott, Barry Howard Margolis, David Knight Northington, Eugene Kelly Scott, Woodrow Wilson Scott Jr., Edward Clinton Small. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Fall Spring John Lewis Adams George Madison Berry Kelly Lynn Baker Tom Jordan Gentry James Eugene Brown Jack W. Hanks Jr. Robert Davis Mosby Pittida 7 In t Afe .MOI- SILVER SPURS Male students recognized for scholarship, leadership, and service to the University make up the Silver Spurs. Founded in 1938, the primary function of the group is to bring attention to the University through service projects through- out the year. In 1966, the Spurs presented Bevo IX, another in the long line of University mascots for which the Spurs are solely responsible. They present Bevo at all football games, as well as other campus events. Other activities of the organization included the. Aggie Sign Contest, Round-up Rally, the beard-growing contest, and Western Day Jail during Round-Up. Fall officers were George Madison Berry, president; Richard Ear l Green, vice-president; Charles Roger Gipson, secretary; and Browne Bolts Rice III, treasurer. Officers for the spring were Richard Earl Green, president ; John Conner Emerson, vice-president; Woodrow Wilson Scott Jr., sec- retary; and Christopher Allan Paul, treasurer. The sweet- heart for the year was Sherrill Jane Spradley. C. C. " Jitter " Nolen sponsored the group. SPRING PLEDGES The Spurs take care of the University ' s mascot, Bevo IX. John Michael Baldwin Bryan William Barry James Bernard Blackburn Jr. William Calvin Bradley James Martin Brown John Bowden Connally III Leigh Stewart Galatzan Michael Lowery Gillette Page 171 James Patrick Harkins Harold David Herndon David C. Hooper Jan Michael Klinck Pavlos X. Roussos Earl R. Stewart Richard Reid Wadsworth II Richard Dennis Watt Front Row: Lucinda Boylen Hanks, Susan Edis Gottlieb, Elizabeth Anna Lawrence, Laura Anne Ozmun, Nancy Lee Notley, Madeleine Draeger, Lois Annette Sheridan, Donna Jean Boyd. Second Row: Susan Beth Long, Rebecca Elizabeth Dobie, Nancy Josephine Fleury, Gladys Ann Wall, Catherine Friley Howell, Angela Greer Kennon. Carolyn Sue Cannamore, Selena Cauble Correll, Florence Muriel Donald. Third Row: Merle Anne Hoff, Barbara Dianne Douglas, Linda Joyce Simpson, Patricia Jane Wiggins, Jackie Ann Cole, Sandra Jeanne Liddle, Ann Cathryn Baird, Gayle Ann Davis, Deborah Jeannette Harlow. Fourth Row: Margaret Ruth Parker, Charlynn Ann Anderson, Antoinette Bracher, Ruth Elaine Franklin, Patricia Jan Ludeman, Sylvia Martina Gray, Lydia Sitnone Lequeux, Sherry ' Lee Barnes, Sarah Elizabeth Richardson. I SPOOKS Freshman and sophomore women who show leadership potential compose Spooks, an honorary spirit and service organization. Near the beginning of each semester, members tap new Spopklets with three women coming from each sorority and twenty-three independents. Spooks decorated locker rooms, attended pep rallies, and painted spirit signs on store windows on the Drag. They also sponsored an open reception for Visiting Fellows, gave an award to the outstanding international student, and served as pages at Model United Nations. Fall officers were Carol Ann Rulfs, president; Eleanor Corless Beasley, vice-president; Mary Kathryn Ashworth, spirit organizer; Jane Biedenharn Hargis, service haunt; Eleanor Anne Newton, recording secretary; Susan Elizabeth Epps, corresponding secretary; Louella Grace Vine, treas- urer; Susan Phyllis Urquhart, contact haunt; Ronni Joy Weksler, international haunt; Dianne Rush, historian, Cheryl Dean Shinbaum, royal spirit; and Kathy Ellen Lohr, singing haunt. For the spring Nancy Jean Ellison was president; Pa- tricia Jan Ludeman, vice-president; Leslie Sue Fierman, spirit organizer; Donna Lynne Harlan, service haunt; Suzan Gail Bell, recording secretary; Madeleine Draeger, corres- ponding haunt; Susan Elaine Cope, treasurer; Carolyn Sue Cannamore, contact haunt; Nancy Jo Fleury, international haunt; Carol Beth Goldman, historian; Judy Ann Amacker, royal spirit; and Linda Joyce Simpson, singing haunt. Mrs. Ora Bennett sponsored the group. Spooks passed out football ribbons to bolster football spirit. Page 172 Vu, Me mbers tapped some new spooklets at Kinsolving. SPRING SPOOKLETS Decie Dayne Ankenman Beth Anne Barnes Linda Jean Beck Mary Elizabeth Brumage Miriam Leah Cohen Karen Sue Cook Connie Cramer Susan Jean Cunningham Marajen Elizabeth Denman Karen Jo Elliott Jenny Laura Ferguson Lynn Claudia Ferguson Ruth Ann Ford Dorothy Dean Green Rogene Gee Horn Nancy Lou Hopson Terri C. Horwitz Margaret Wilburn Jones Paula Ann Levine Kathryn Joyce Mclntyre Mary Christine Montgomery Velma Lacey Pipkin Constance Marion Pullam Linda Carol Routt Trudy Kier Skiff Susan Amanda Sparks Sharyn Decker Shirley Ann Walker Judith Ann Winkel MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Lana Jo Ball Nancy Louise Billingsley Mary Gloria Bond Kate Tarry Flack Carol Sue Click Karen Hope Hawkins Sharon Kay Lands Elizabeth Anne Lawrence Linda Barclay Ratzlow Gail Patricia Weyel Dana Elizabeth Yarbrough Front Row: Mrs. Ora A. Bennett, Eleanor Anne Newton, Carol Ann Rulfs, Eleanor Corless Beasley, Susan Elizabeth Epps, Jane Bieden- harn Hargis. Second Row: Louella Grace Vine, Cheryl Dean Shin- baum, Mary Kathryn Ashworth, Susan Phyllis Urquhart, Dianne Rush, Kathy Ellen Lohr. Third Row: Meryl Phyllis Slipakoff, Vir- ginia Ellen Grillo, Nancy Jean Ellison, Nancy Carol Hewitt, Carol Beth Goldman, Margaret Leigh Pace, Suzan Gail Bell. Fourth Row: Susan Elaine Cope, Linda McDavitt, Donna Lynne Harlan, Linda Carroll Hines, Maria Renola, Patricia Kay Anselin, Judy Ann Amacker, Elizabeth Ann Houston. Fifth Row: Leslie Sue Fierman, Robin G. Hunt, Esther Jeanne Wright, Hilaire Michelle Girard, Priscilla Ruth Jordan, Paula Dale Meeks, Candy Elizabeth Hurd, Dianne Duncan. Page 173 TEXAS COWBOYS The aims of the Texas Cowboys are to promote spirit and to serve the University. The group, an honorary men ' s organization founded in 1922, selects members on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character, and campus service. Major events of the year were the Cowboy Minstrels to raise money for the Austin Council for Retarded Children, and the annual Round-Up Bar-B-Q. Other service activities included representing the University at football games and pep rallies, ushering at Commencement exercises, and serv- ing as a reception committee for various celebrities at the airport. Fall officers were Platt Walker Davis III, foreman; James A. Bannerol, horsewrangler ; Robert Lewis Harrison, shot- gun; Jim Calhoun Langdon Jr., camp cook; and Michael Eugene Gammon, strawboss. Spring officers were David Tuxworth Roark, foreman; Richard Lee Kimbrough, horse- wrangler; Kevin Holcomb, shotgun; Robert Allen Nelson, camp cook; and Jarrold Alan Glazer, strawboss. Arno Nowotny and John G. Steele sponsored the organization. SPRING PLEDGES John Robert Brock James Arthur Burns Douglas G. Caroom Dennis Dale Gillette Joe Bob Kinsel Cullen Rogers Looney William Mark Middleton Michael Warren Perrin Douglas Wayne Richnow Corbin James Robertson Jr. Larry Randall Smith Robert Noel Stout Jack Murchison Vaughan Ronald Arthur Weiss Andrew Benjamin White MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Marion Corry Adams James A. Bannerol Ronald Davis Bandy David H. Boyles Joel Lynn Brame Hubbard Scott Caven Gareth W. Cook Leslie Alfred Derrick Jr. Dan Adolf Fleckman Michael Eugene Gammon William James Galbreath Barney Lewis Giles Robert Lewis Harbison Thomas Francis Hill Richard Lee Kimbrough Joe Edward Lea Jr. Robert Allen Nelson Clyde K. Oldham Luther Daniel Prescott Temple Cunningham Stark George Wesley Works III Charles Joseph Worrell John Leslie Yates t " Front Row: Robert Charles Ittner, Tommy Neal Cowan, Keith Deaver Moore, Philip H. Fleckman, Buster Glazer, Frances Barnard, David Michael Gregory, Platt Walker Davis III, David Tuxworth Roark, Henry Weldon Fielder. Second Row: James Adrian Kuch, Roger William Page, David Carlock Hull Jr., Thomas Alan Graves, David Walter Nelson, Christopher Davis Bray, Donald Douglas Patteson Jr., Pete Etheridge, Donald Louis Evans, Douglas S. Craig Jr., Kevin Holcomb, John Harold Perel, Jarrold Alan Glazer. Third Row: Richard Coad Robinson, Jack William Davidson, Michael James Clark, Danny Blanks, Gerald Harris Stool, Jim Calhoun Langdon Jr., Robert Keene O ' Bryan, Jack LeRoy Howe, Robert Ruben Schmidt, Kenneth Robert Johnson, Lloyd J. Gregory III, Daniel Benjamin Freundlich, Jerry Richard Crammer, Phillip Victor Ladin. Page 174 FINE ARTS Page 175 CHORAL ORGANIZATIONS DIRECTORS Through his ten years association with The University of Texas, Dr. Morris Beachy, associate professor of Music and Director of the Choral Organizations, has gained an inter- national reputation as one of the nation ' s outstanding choral conductors. During his recent tour to Europe and the Middle East with the Madrigal Singers critics noted that " the singers are united and given a soul by an excellent director endowed with technique, knowledge, good taste and enthusiasm " . The Choral ' s repertoire includes works from both classical and modern idioms of all styles. MORRIS JAY BEACHY, Director of A Cappella Choir, Madrigal Singers and Concert Choir. LEONARD ALAN MCCORMICK, Director of Longhorn Singers and University Chorus. BESS ESTELLE HIERONYMUS, Director of Southern Singers. JAMES GAUTIER MARTIN, Director of Men ' s Glee Club and Varsity Singers. Page 176 Front Row: Polly Grant, Nancy Lynn Haralson, Lucy Gail Holmes, Georgia Anne Putegnat, Rebecca Jane Ross, Johanna Franke, Patricia Fay Beadle, Gayle Cerminaro, Barbara Ann Fine, Theresa Lois Ward, Donna Sue King, Nancy Jean Koch, Janet Susan Bullington. Second Row: Linda Jean Lege, Jackie Sue Graham, Cathy Ann Marable, Carolyn Estes, Diann Elizabeth Driver, Ruth Elizabeth Peden, Juanita Hubbard, Rae Moses, Claudia Kathryn McGuire, Mary Christine Peterson, Catherine Graves Baker, Terry Lynn Hobbs, Susan Gail Christie, Jane Elisabeth Reinhart, Gail Allison Buske. Third Row: Charles Clayton Stevens, William John Proft, Malcolm George Nelson, Samuel L. Bufford, Elgene Owen Box, Gordon Waldon Middleton, Richard Robert Collier, Edgar Bernard Littlefield, John William Langley, Walter Gerald Harrison, John Stanley Bleakly, Walter Lothar Weber, Russell Carol Nelson. Fourth Row: John Aielli, Bruce Andrew McDonald, John S. McClelland, Jimmy Chapman, Charles G. Dodson, Scott Murray Smith, James Bert Neely, Douglas Barr, Joseph George Cortes, Douglas F. Herring, Kent E. Johnson, John Alan Lummus, Daniel Eugene Eastlake. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Sixty-one students from all colleges and schools of the University composed the A Cappella Choir directed by Dr. Morris Jay Beachy. In the spring, the mixed vocal group toured the northeastern section of Texas. In March they combined with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a per- formance in Dallas and College Station of Bach ' s B Minor Mass. The choir, performing during the year for various high schools, junior colleges, and civic organizations, travelled over 10,000 miles to more than forty Texas cities. They also performed in various University presentations. Officers for the year were Russell Carol Nelson, ' president; Richard Robert Collier, vice-pr esident; Johanna Franke, secretary; Bill Proft, treasurer; Terry Lynn Hobbs, his- torian; Nancy Lynn Haralson, social chairman; and Elgene Owen Box, librarian. Morris Jay Beachy, Director MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Ralph Kerbow Ellis Nita Jean Sweatman Donald Johanos, conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, re- hearsed the Choir before a performance. Page 177 The Madrigals performed in a spring concert at Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth: Left to Right: Wilcox, Earnest, Fenton, Keating, J. Echels, Walters, McCrory, Eikenberry, Roye, E. Echels, Kassel, Beachy, Wyss. MADRIGAL SINGERS Dedicated to the performance of vocal chamber music of all periods, the University Madrigal Singers strive to reveal the subtleties in music of this style. In recent years, the group has gained an outstanding national and international reputation by performing throughout the United States and in many countries of Europe and the Middle East. During the past year, the Madrigals presented a special performance for Dean Rusk while he was visiting the cam- pus, staged their annual Christmas concert at Laguna Gloria, and toured colleges throughout the state. The organization is open to all University students by audition. Even though the requirements are high, the group ' s membership has always contained a good representation of non-music majors. MORRIS JAY BEACHY, Director MEMBERS J. David Earnest Edwin Alton Echels Jane Echels Daniel H. Eikenberry Joan Barbara Fenton Joanne P. Kassel Roderic Maurice Keating Thomas Allen Locheed Jennifer Ann McCrory Laura Yvonne Roye John Kenneth Walters Suzannah Margaret Wilcox April Joy Woods Forbes Leon Woods Jane Adair Wyss On tour at the University of Vienna, the group entertained at the famous Festival Hall. Page 178 :. The Men ' s Glee Club, the oldest choral ensemble at the University, is composed of men who enjoy the tradition of a male chorus whil e realizing advantages as a part of the College of Fine Arts. Among the past year ' s activities of the Glee Club was a tour through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, as well as many programs within the state of Texas and the University community. In addition to the traditional male chorus programs, the Club was represented by its participation in performances of the Bach B Minor Mass and " King David " by Arthur Honegger. With these opportunities the Club rounded out its fine repertoire. :ONCERT r RES CNTEORvTvj.-M ' T By THE UT Glee Club officers for the year were from left to right; Charles Hooks, vice-president; Carlos de la Garza, secretary-treasurer and Terry Orr was president. J. G. Martin was the director. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB Front Row: Kenneth Joe Sawyer, Antonio Chavarria, Benjamin Edward Rodriquez, John Arthur Tarr, Raymond Morin, Bill Trussell, Augustine Kim, Jim Jones, Thomas Schneider, Leo Vasquez, Bill Saunders, Earl Hines, Robert Williams, Carlos B. de la Garza Jr., Barry Gray, Scott Murray Smith, Rick Thomas, Jaan Ray Goad, lEN ' S GLEE 9 f OUTHERN flPRIL 30 A toast to the last performance of the year. Anthony Earl Lumpkin, Michael J. Mainer, Aaron del Pozo, Charles David Herzfeld, Terry Lee Orr. Back Row: Doyle Evans Rogers, John B. Kidd, John Vincent Felter Jr., Marvin Morgenroth, Kenneth Allen, Larry Alan Damron, Brian Howard Adkins, Dennis Eugene Wilson, Charles Guy Hooks III. On Front Row: Glenda Colley Gayle, Maxann Simpson, Mary Ann Weiss, Karol Lynne Rice, Cheryl Renee Craig, Elizabeth Alene Risinger, Rinette Emily Margosh, Laverne Bernice Whitworth, Violanthe June Ricks, Linda Pickard, Jennifer Brittain. Second Row: Mary Jeannette Curry, Janet L. Richards, Donna Sue Dudley, Suzanne Kay Barnebey, Sandra Kay Thomas, Sallie Margaret Baker, Jefrilyn Johnson, Connie Ruth Davis, Frances Ann Clarke, Mary Lou Schmidt, Carolyn Anne Brydson. Third Row: Robert Wolff Huie, James Leon Hammonds, Paul Lee Yates, Michael Gary Erickson, Michael Albert Richmond, Durwood Barber Ray, Roy Dale Pursley, John Barton Craft, James Paul Callaway, Charles Brant Pelphrey. Fourth Row: Claudia Jean Day, Dana Rose Wortham, Peggy Sue Bobo, Trudy Kier Skiff, Shir- ley Jean Tennyson, Sharon Lynn Apffel, Gail Van Zandt Gerrard, Lynne Ashley Moyer, Mary Gordon Spence, Carol Anne Ginn, Jane Elizabeth Reinhart, William Michael Martin, John Thomas Craig, Bruce Wilber Jaster, David Gary Evans, Chester Ray Richey Jr., Richard Dixon Maxwell, John David Reiff, John Rae Justice Jr., Ernest Clinton Lawrence, Forest James Rees Jr., Axel Emil Lehto, Douglas Washington. Fifth Row: Kay Smith George, Mila Kathleen Cameron, Dana Sinclair, Janci Miller Goodson, Dorothy Louise Plummer, Pamela Anne Love, Myrrl Lynn Moon, Linda Kathryn Monroe, Susan Dian Tucker. Sixth Row: James William Barnes, Robert Hofeller Levi, Reuben W. Halton, Roy Michael Fisher, Christopher Davis Bray, George Wheeler Richards, Ralph V. Bailey, David Morris, Robert O. Keirs, Sherman 0. Smock, Larry Glyndol Quade. LONGHORN SINGERS Combined voices of 80 students from all colleges in the University compose the Longhorn Singers. Carrying through their motto, " Entertainment in the finest college tradition, " the group has a repertoire of Broadway and Hollywood show tunes, folk music, spirituals, and mod- ern music. In March the Singers toured south Texas and in December they went to Fort Hood. They performed at Ex-Student Association functions including the Distinguished Alumnae Awards Banquet and the Dads ' Day program. Other campus activities included their annual campus Christmas caroling, the Mid-Winter Concert in January, and presentation of a musical comedy. Officers were Gary Evans, president; Sherman 0. Smock, vice-president; Mary Katherine Smith George, secretary; Mary Ann Weiss, treasurer; and John Thomas Craig, pro- gram coordinator. Leonard Alan McCormick directed the group and Dean Arno Nowotny was the faculty sponsor. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Jimmy Curtis Averitt Tommy Beno Barbara Ann Bond Donna Jean Boyd Janice Carver Lee Allen Clark Paula Jean Cook Royce Dan Douglas Judith Gay Evans J. Keith Grieneeks Donald Bruce Johnson Jim Wesley Kersey Anthony Earle Lumpkin Clifford Hollis Langford Thomas Dean Lohmeier Raymond John Martin Jr. Martha Lou McAllister David Marquise Meeker Russell C. Nelson Robert Wayne Newby Frances Sue Novick Robert E. Pennington III Lana Kay Phillips Catherine Louise Slade Jack Rice Starkey Stephanie Strass William R. Suda Terry Carroll Taylor Terry Lynn Tunks Julie Wareing Susan Elaine Westmoreland Daniel Lee Wood During a spring tour to Corpus Christi and the Valley, members enjoyed themselves on the bus, singing and planning their perform- ance. Page 180 Clever members created an eight singer span to publicize their " Sound of Spring " concert. Left: Officers from left to right are Kay George, Mary Ann Weiss, Leonard McCormick, director; David Evans and John Craig. Sher- man Smock is not pictured. Below Left: The Longhorn Singers Folk Singing group promoted en- thusiasm with their spirit kite with the theme of " The Eye of Texas is Upon you " . Below: The Singers football sign for the Aggie game. Page 181 Tn Frnnt Row: Pamela Klar, Ann Louise Whitworth, Constance Malloy, Nina Louise McVey, Linda Lea Williams, Linda Dell Seaberry, Priscilla Orpha Mojica, Ersaline Faye Chappell, Margaret Spikes, Nancy Louise Kleck. Second Row: Mary Margaret Russell, Dorothea Jean Entzminger, Deborah Louise Vanderveld, Lynda Nell Rogers, Kristin Nora Schimmel, Janis Carole Edmonds, Grace Ann Garza, Carol Engel, Barbara Nan Waltzer, Claudia Leigh Jones, Cheryl Morie Burks, Felicia Yvonne Durley, Nancy Eleanor Elick. Third Row: Shirley Marie Hartman, Saundy Jay Curry, Peggy Lynn Clements, Martha Ann Murchison, Marilyn Gayle Morris, Mary Anne Crossette, Polly Ann Fowler, Dorothy Virginia Ferguson, Barbara Jean Smallshaw, Barbara Kathleen Higgins, Roslyn Frances Kiger. Fourth Row: Evelyn Shannon Coleman, Barbara Sue Hess, Jacque- lynn Dianne Houston, Barbara Bledsoe, Joanne Durflinger, Danna Elizabeth Fertsch, Rebecca Felice Rodriquez, Judy Elaine Abraham- son, Melinda Hornsby, Pamela Ann White, Linda Ann Blankenship. Fifth Row: Fay Ann Rheinlaender, Lydia Ann Tuffly, Frances Ruth Neu, Kathlyn N. Meschke, Patricia Ann Ogle, Pamela Agnes Shrop- shire, Dana Rose Wortham, Kathy Ray Roddam, Kathryn Priscilla Haines, Marsha Lynn Gaston, Patricia Ann McKinley. Sixth Row: Sandra Gail Gordon, Patricia Alexander, Jane Elizabeth Hezlep, Beverly Faye Fisher, Harriet Virginia Heaps, Laura Evans McNeill, Nancy Carol Flodine, Janet Suzanne Frass, Dorothy Raye Hayes, Lois Ann Donnell, Lillian May Donnell, Winona Ruth Schloemer, Virginia Ann Ennis, Sidney Helen Moorhead, Barbara Ruth Higley. Members Not Pictured: Patricia Louise Ahrenbeck, Meryl Robin Cherry, Nancy Kay Eggleton, Sabra Ann Everett, Carmen Lynette Hamilton, Bonnie Jean McBeth. SOUTHERN SINGERS Being one of the newer choral organizations, the South- ern Singers have doubled in size since their foundation in 1964. The group is an all-girl chorus which offers its mem- bers fellowship and an opportunity to broaden their under- standing of music for public performances. The highlights of this year ' s concerts included a tour to Fort Polk in Louisiana, where the girls entertained two thousand service men preparing to leave for Viet Nam, and a week ' s tour to Oklahoma to perform for various service clubs. Southern Singers also entertained at military bases in Texas such as Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio and Fort Hood in Killeen. The girls jo ' ined the other University choral groups in the Dads ' Day, Christmas, and Mid-Winter concerts. Southern Singer officers were Barbara Ruth Higley, presi- dent, Peggy Lynn Clements, secretary; Beverly Faye Fisher, treasurer; Linda Dell Seaberry, librarian; and Priscilla Orpha Mojica, wardrobe chairman. Dana Rose Wortham was the accompanist. Southern Singers was directed by Bess Estelle Hieronymus and sponsored by Margaret Berry. With enthusiastic smiles, Southern Singers leave for a perform- ance at Fort Polk, La. Page 182 Varsity Singers rehearsed for their share of the entertainment during the intermission at Sing Song. Prixia i Bits, cklomer, iRfc. tlRobii ilrartte VARSITY SINGERS Since its beginning in 1963, the Varsity Singers have become one of the most popular choral ensembles both on and off campus. Under the direction of J. G. Martin, this group came to epitomize its slogan " self-contained enter- tainment. " Conceived as a group to sing popular and show music, the Varsity Singers have grown to include all phases of the musical idiom such as folk, country and western, and classi- cal. Many numbers are staged adding flavor to the music and special talents from our small, but elite group and are always utilized to give a variety of entertainment. The Singers traveled to Michigan and Florida in their first two years. The third year marked the highlight of tour experience for the singers as they were chosen for a five week USO show including visits to Iceland, Greenland, Labrador and Newfoundland. These singers were chosen for this honor from over 150 groups which applied. This year the singers packed again and sang their way to Col- orado during the spring vacation. Various colleges, high schools and military installations were included on this tour. The accompanist for the group is Betsy Burleson and Ken Altvater is the business manager. J. G. Martin is director. Left to Right: Dan L. Wood, Rita Anne Griffin, Paul Gilbert Spencer, Lucy Gail Holmes, Walter Kelly Gerber, Cindy Cox, Ken G. Altvater, Terry Hobbs Taylor, Jack Rice Starkey, Darrellene Havins, Jimmy Curtis Averitt, Ingrid B. Haterius, Mike Melton Card, Karol Lynne Rice. Page 183 SYMPHONIC BAND The University of Texas Symphonic Band was organized in 1942. Under the direction of William J. Moody, the band has grown to approximately sixty members. Its style obtains a rich sound while keeping its character of finesse and musicianship. Many concerts are given each year both locally and throughout the state. The band also participates in the Annual Symposium of Contemporary Musicians. Conductor WILLIAM J. MOODY FLUTE Sue Lynn Blackburn Tina Louise Burgard Michelle M. Moltz Cheryl Lynn Musket Beatrix Eugenia Perez Paulette Rainey Lynda Kay Strimple Jean Ann Weger Rebecca Ann Wilson OBOE Bill Mack Clifford Jacque Sue Gibson BASSOON Judith Forman William Thomas Whitener CLARINET Patricia R. Anderson James Scott Balentine Mary Ann Nelson Barbara Gaye Pickle Robert Munoz Rodriguez Thomas Earl Shine Jeanne Elizabeth Shiply Alfonso Alfred Sosa H. David Templeton Sharon Carol Whiting ALTO CLARINET William Whitworth Lamson BASS CLARINET Michael P. Tierney Jeanne Ann Williams SAXOPHONE Marilyn Kay Lundell Sharron Reaves Puryear Kenneth Roy Williams Connie Sue Winn CORNET-TRUMPET Judye Dian Brunton James Hardy Bryan Harvey Ray Corn James Sidney Gibson Edgar Earl Rhea III Steven Robert Smith Walter Robert Stricklin Charles Lloyd Turner HORN Lorin Glen Larson Donna M. Mathews Steven Charles Price David Jerry Taylor Samuel Henry Thiel Jr. TROMBONE Nicolas Gonzalez Daniel Michael Haik Stephen Lee Pritchard Robert Charles Tull Douglas Glenn Veazey Thomas Henry Waggoner BARITONE Terry Wayne Cadwell Norman Joseph Nelson TUBA Richard Alan Dillard Paul Edward McCormick Stanley E. Radcliffe PERCUSSION Monroe Buchannan Boyd John Jefferson Comp James Horace McCollum Linda McDavitt Richard Allen Snell Gerald Michael Walker a Page 184 ... ACTIVE CLUBS Not represented in this section Alpha Epsilon Rho Alpha Sigma Amateur Radio Society American Finance Association American Meteorological Society Art Students Association Association for Childhood Education Austin Student Religious Liberals Campus Crusade for Christ Canterbury Association Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon Pi Chinese Student Association Commercial Art Students League Dallas UT Club Delta Phi Alpha Delta Pi Epsilon Deseret Club Eta Sigma Phi Gamma Theta Upsilon Hellenic Circle of UT Indian Students Association Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Insurance Society Intercollegiate Forensics International Friendship Association Kappa Beta Pi Kappa Delta Pi Laredo Club Law Bachelor ' s Clubbe Longhorn Christian Fellowship Omega Chi Epsilon Omicron Delta Epsilon Organization of Arab Students Orientation Advisors Committee Organization for Students of Objectivism Order of Alcalde Phi Alpha Theta Pi Delta Phi Page 185 ACTIVE CLUBS Continued Pi Epsilon Tau Pi Kappa Lambda Pi Lambda Theta Pi Sigma Alpha Pi Tau Sigma Pre-physical Therapy Club Presidents ' Council of Religious Groups Professional Fraternity Council PsiChi Representative Party Rusk Rayburn Debating Society Science Fiction Club Semper Fidelas Society Sigma Delta Pi Sigma Gamma Epsilon Sigma Gamma Tau Sigma Kappa Upsilon Nu Kappa Sigma Simkins Epicurean Association Social Welfare Club Society of American Military Engineers Students for a Democratic Society Tau Sigma Delta Texas Society for Professional Engineers University Chess Club University Recorder Society University Socialist Committee University Speleological Society UT Anthropological Society UT Skin and Scuba Diving Club UT Sky Divers UT Society of Engineering Science UT Student Landman ' s Association Wesley Foundation Young Americans for Freedom Young Democrats Page 186 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Edited by Antoinette Bracher Page 187 THE STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION A university is primarily a community of teachers and students striving to seek knowledge and to reexamine values held both collectively and individually, in the light of that knowledge. It is a place where total intellectual growth must occur; not bounded by the clock or the classroom wall. If a student ' s association is to exist, and it must, then it is obligated to primarily serve ends identical to those sought by a university. Students must recognize their unique position in the aca- demic community. At no time can they affect the content and goals of higher education as directly as during their time in college. The Students ' Association has tried to capita- lize on that uniqueness. In light of this stated purpose, the Association was able, after almost 4000 man-hours of work by students and faculty members, to completely write a new constitution to replace the outdated and irrelevant present document. The new system is radically different and holds much promise for increased future effectiveness of student influence within the academic community. No longer is it difficult to become active and involved in the work of the Association. The legislative department will now have two entities: a House of Delegates based on all organizations and a Student Assembly which draws its mem- bership from four types of constituenties, all elected. The lower House is very broad-based and open, and is designed to serve as a communicative forum. The upper Assembly will be the working body which will pursue stu- dent interest with all policy-making committees and the ad- ministration. In addition, the Association has been instrumental in the formation of a completely new counseling system, involving academic, maritial, financial, sociological, as well as psy- chological advising. Potentially this new adjunct will touch every student and, in turn, increase and augment their over- all intellectual development. For the first time in the history of student exchanges be- tween universities in North and Latin America, there now exists a treaty between the Students ' Association and the Centre de Alumnos of the University of Chile. This program is the oldest continuous exchange in existence and has an excellent record of effectiveness. After twelve months of concentrated activity, the Faculty- Student Conference Committee has completed the revision, of all rules pertaining to student affairs. Students will now be able to know what the regulations are, where to find them, and how to amend or change them. This document has as its foundation the AAUP statement on Academic Freedom for Students. In relation to the concept of student participation in the governance of the University, students will now sit on almost every single policy-making committee of the University. Where student participation in university government is alive and vital, there is an acceptance of the fact that the Univer- sity is indeed an academic community. Also, outstanding programs were presented by Visiting Fellows, Challenge, Round-Up, Curriculum Evaluation, and Cinema 40. Much has been accomplished these last twelve months in terms of internal reorganization and basic changes in the University itself. The challenge is for those who follow to understand, to implement, and to succeed. Clif Drummond served as President of the student body. Page 188 Left: Royce Lamberth discussed issues of the Constitution with assemblymen. Below Left: John Goodman served as Student Associa- tion Vice-President. Right: Brownie Sue Cashion served as Secre- tary of the Students ' Association in the Spring. Below Right: Marilyn Friedman was Fall Secretary for the Students ' Association. ' llMJ ' f- Serving as head of numerous committees of the Students ' Association, the vice-president often has the responsibility of assisting the president with duties that need to be fulfilled. His main function is preparing the annual budget and main- taining all records of receipts and disbursements. As an assemblyman, he serves as chairman of the Rules and Appropriations Committee, which entaib the responsi- bility of preparing the annual Blanket Tax recommendations. Acting as official correspondent of the Students ' Associa- tion, taking minutes of all sessions, and circulating all issues to the proper authorities are the duties of the secretary of the Students ' Association. In her role as assemblyman, she compiles annually an accurate yearbook of the Students ' Association ' s activities. Page 189 Below, RULES AND APPROPRIATIONS: Seated: Patricia I. Price, Fine Arts, Spring 1966; Dianne Rush, Education, Fall 1966; Daniel Robert Kirshbaum, Law, Fall 1966. Standing: John Catlett Goodman, CBA, Spring 1966; Addison Lee Pfluger, Graduate, Fall 1966; Victor Joe Rogers, CBA, Fall 1966; Thomas Shelley Duval, A S, Spring 1966; Anthony Field Constant, A S, Fall 1966. Not Pictured: Lloyd Doggett, CBA, Appointed Fall 1966; Tommy Gilliland, Law, Spring 1966; Terry Hobbs, Fine Arts, Fall 1966; Jimmy Turner, CBA, Fall 1966. Rigfit, STATE, NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL: Seated: Cheryl Dean Shinbaum, Education, Appointed Fall 1966; Barbara Jan Berliner, Education, Fall 1966. Standing: Jerry Richard Crammer, A S, Fall 1966; Tommy Dean Stephens, A S, Fall 1966; Lee Ashton Clay, CBA, Fall 1966; Robert Lewis Thompson, A S, Spring 1966; Douglas Wayne Richnow, Pharmacy, Fall 1966; Ed Badouh, Jr., CBA, Spring 1966. Not Pictured: Jim Derryberry, En- gineering, Fall. 1966; Royce Lamberth, Law, Fall 1966. GEM OR OiJDru STUDENT ASSEMBLY HUE (itDii Din use 1DV1 Oil [hi frG kbit te hr hti set CD- OBI do tait SRH In;. 1 H in Le t, ACADEMIC AFFAIRS: Seated: Ann Sutherland Chappell, Graduate, Spring 1966; Brownie Sue Cashion, Education, Spring 1966; Beverly Jean Wright, A S, Spring 1966; Alan Michael Hoffman, A S, Fall 1966; Sam William Dick, Communication, Fall 1966; Edward S. Hyman, Engineering, Fall 1966. Not Pictured: Mike James, A S, Spring 1966. Above Right, CAMPUS AFFAIRS: Seated: Ann Cathryn Baird, A S, Fall 1966, Donna Lynn Englander, Communication, Fall 1966; Carol Ann Rulfs, A S, Spring 1966. Standing: Joe Lee Stubl ill-field, Architecture, Spring 1966; James Hughes Price, Graduate, Spring 1966; Louis Brent Benton, Graduate, Spring 1966; Harvey Radnor Eanes, III, Graduate, Fall 1966; Robert Monroe Collie, A S, Spring 1966. " Not Pictured: Sid Lanier, Engineering, Spring 1966; Tom Estes, Pharmacy, Spring 1966. Page 190 COMMITTEE ON GENERAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION Clif Urummond Mary Ann Mellcnbruch Carol Ann Rulfs FACULTY-STUDENT CONFERENCE COMMITTEE Clif Drummond Robert Lewis Thompson Merry Nell Van Fleet Beverly Jean Wright INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC COUNCIL Ben Bynum PARKING, TRAFFIC AND SAFETY COMMITTEE Richard Earle Helmer III Kay Dianne Scott RALLY ADVISORY COMMITTEE Richard Wilson Leong, Jr. RANSOM ' S ADVISORY COUNCIL Clif Drummond John Catlett Goodman Robert Allen Higley Michael Hope James Mary Ann Mellenbruch Bruce William Schnitzer STUDENT HEALTH CENTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE Charles Allen Marsh Terry Oliver Tottenham STUDENT LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS COMMITTEE Tom Hinson Mary Ann Mellenbruch UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Clif Drummond Jim Fletcher David Roy Lambert Stan McLelland Robert D. Sohn UNIVERSITY CO-OP BOARD OF DIRECTORS Stanley J. Eisenberg Ben Eugene Jacob Bert Vee Massey II David L. Perry ACADEMIC INVOLVEMENT COORDINATORS Lloyd Alton Doggett Vera Samson Korth ATTORNEY GENERAL George Lawrence STUDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR Richard Wilson Leong, Jr. TEXAS INTER- COLLEGIATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION COORDINATOR Victor Joe Rogers POVERTY CORPS George Morris Hamm PRESIDENTIAL AIDE Robert Allen Higley Paul Angenend LEGISLATIVE LIAISON Robert S. Simpson PROTOCOL Joe Batson PARLIA- MENTARIAN Richard D. English STUDENT COURT, STUDENT APPOINTED POSITIONS The responsibility of the Student Court is that of keep- ing an effective internal check on the executive and legisla- tive branches of the Students ' Association. By insuring that neither the President nor the Student Assembly over- step their authority as prescribed by state law and the con- stitution of the Students ' Association, the court protects the individual student from potentially arbitrary actions. This year the Student Court assumed a new role of im- portance when parts of the student body realized that they had recourse against what they considered an illegal ex- penditure by the Student Assembly. One of the most signifi- cant statements in the court ' s opinions in that case was the following construction of a state statute: Any expenditure which directly or indirectly con- tributes to the propagandizing of opinion on cur- rent political candidates or issues which do not relate directly to the students as students of The University of Texas at Austin is unreasonable and prohibited by state statute. The court, consisting primarily of top-ranking senior law students, demanded a new high quality in the student judicial process. Petty " politico " disputes were discouraged by requiring well-considered briefs to be filed in each case. In return, the court rendered lengthy, logical, and well- written opinions. Tbese opinions are bound and available as precedent, another innovation of this year ' s court. Seated: John Jeffers Jr., Larry Amerine, David Chappell, David McAfee, David Carlock. Standing: Charles Newton, William Furgu- son, Thomas Burdett, Drew Cauthorn. Page 191 FRESHMAN COUNCIL Coordinated to present freshmen with general knowledge of the problems, opportunities, and challenges of campus life, Freshman Council is a major link between the faculty and the freshman student. Chancellor Harry H. Ransom addressed the first Fresh- man Council General Session that the Freshman Council sponsored for the students as an opportunity to broaden their interest in campus activities. Officers were Jerry Richard Grammer, coordinator; Wil- liam Reagan Birdwell, Judy Anne Davis, Anthony Field Constant, and Ronald 0. Norwood, Freshman Council Ad- visory Board; and Marsha Ann White, secretary. INTERDISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE Holding a retreat at the Corral-of-the-Longhorns, the In- terdisciplinary Retreat Committee brought together stu- dents of different disciplines to discuss the topic, " Atti- tude Changes in the College Experience. " Professors who represented various facets of the Uni- versity, Donald Larson, Norval Glenn, Norman Hackerman, and S. Thomas Friedman, served as main speakers to the topic. The committee was under the chairmanship of Karen Lerner and Debbie Spiva. ROUND-UP Round-Up was primarily established to promote spirit and unity among students, ex-students, and faculty. The entire University participated in Round-up by planning the many activities slated for the weekend. Programs such as the Leadership Awards Banquet, Round- Up Barbecue, and the Sweetheart Dance attracted many people to the University. Heading Round-up this year were Dottie Plummer and Ronnie Massey, co-chairmen and Edwin B. Price was faculty advisor. Above Right: Freshman council members campaign for the advisory board and officers at Kinsolving Dormitory. Above: Interdisciplinary committee members Walter Eugene Demond, Kathleen Dulan, Doug- las Caroom, Pamela Agnes Shropshire, Deborah Ann Spiva, Karen Lerner, and Liz Marie Wooldridge discussed various disciplines of students. Right: Campus sororities and fraternities participated in the Round-up Parade sponsored by the Round-up Committee. Page 192 Top: Moderator for Challenge was Daniel 0. Price, professor of Sociology. Le t: At this year ' s Challenge Colloquium the topic was " The Problem is People " , the question-answer session was led by Berkeley ' s Professor Kinsley Davis. Right: Cinema 40 sponsored a reception for ' Adolfas Mekas at the Union. CHALLENGE The issue of this year ' s Challenge Colloquium was " Peo- ple. " Featured speakers such as Dr. Gideon Sjoberg, Dr. Kingsley Davis, Sen. Ernest Gruening, Dr. Lincoln Day, Father John O ' Brien, and Dr. Alan Guttmacher contributed to discussions on the problem of over population in under- developed countries. Challenge attempted to enable a stu- dent to establish permanent interest in University life by participating in discussion groups, fireside conversations, and panel debates. Chief coordinators were Michael Mc- Kinley, Mimi Montgomery, and Terry Peterson. CINEMA 40 The newly introduced Cinema 40 Committee gave Uni- versity students an opportunity to appreciate films as an art form. With the aid of discussion groups, program notes, and guest speakers, many foreign and classic films shown were examined by University students. Among films shown were " Hallelujah the Hills " and the " Hollywood Screen Godess. " Gregg Barrios and Richard Caldwell served as Co-chairmen. CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE The Cultural Development Committee this year sponsored the organization and hanging of an exhibit from the Smith- sonian Institute entitled " Face of Viet Nam. " The exhibit, shown in the Academic Center in December, was a series of photographs showing life in Viet Nam prior to the present war. Jack Joseph Droitcourt was chairman. Page 193 : ' slrefi Left: Fall election for assemblymen brought supporters to the Main Mall. Right: APO ' s and GDE ' s assisted at the polls for the Fall elec- tion. Below Right: Gripe Week encouraged students to submit gripes that they felt would improve the campus. ELECTION COMMISSION A committee deriving its power from the Students ' Asso- ciation and the Election Code, the Election Commission consists of members which remain neutral in all proceedings concerned with Assembly and campus-wide elections. The Election Commission serves as a ruling and governing body dealing mainly with campaign and election proce- dures. Its purpose is to establish and enforce existing rules which govern the conduct of the elections. The Commission must also provide a suitable arrangement for voting and counting ballots. The Code states that the Commission must conduct hearings and has original jurisdiction in all com- plaints concerned with the campaign or with election pro- cedures. The Code charges the Commission to execute such sanctions as listed in the Election Code. Chuck Marsh was chairman in the fall and Rick Nichols was chairman in the spring semester. GRIEVANCE Services of the Grievance Committee were open to Uni- versity students at all times. Grievance boxes supplied with " gripe " forms were stationed at four different places on campus Women ' s Gym, Main Building, Union, and Men ' s Gym. These " gripes " were collected weekly and immediate action taken to resolve problems students feel the University presents. Chairman, Karen Lerner, designated December 6, 7, and 8, as " Gripe Week. " UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Established to finance independent undergraduate re- search, the Undergraduate Research Program financed research ventures in such areas as criminology, creative cinema, diabetes, and the ancient art of gold granulation. Page 194 GRIPE NOW! Upper Left: Chairman, Becky Houston, is assisted by Jean Holly and Dixie Walker on planning surveys on campus. Right: Human Relations members Colin Carl, Jim Haynes, and Martha Glickman discuss problems facing the student body. Below Left: Chi Omegas sell refreshments for Dimes Day. Below Right: Kappa Alpha ' s tally votes for Mary Ann Spears, Miss Campus Chest. Vv CAMPUS SURVEY Serving as pollsters for student opinions on campus issues, the Campus Survey Committee this year sponsored a survey on the use of the Union by law students. The Student Assembly was responsible for presenting University students with these surveys. Joe Belden, Carol Hubbard, and Becky Houston were co-chairmen. HUMAN RELATIONS Formed to promote good will and friendly relations among University students, the Human Relations Committee worked toward the end that no student be discriminated against because of race, creed, or color while attending the University. Along with the Dean of Students, this committee pub- lished a list in the Spring of those off-campus units which certified that they were " open to all students regardless of race, color, or national origin. " Co-chairmen are Colin Carl and Jim Haynes. CAMPUS CHEST Seeking to raise money for needy organizations, the Campus Chest drive enabled University students to con- tribute to these organizations so that they may help them- selves and others. Miss Campus Chest, Dimes Day, and the Monster Men added to the fund. Ann Akridge and Corless Beasley headed Campus Chest this year. Page 195 Below: University students voice opinions on campus issues. Right: C.E.C. presented the ballet " Aimez-Vous Bach. " Below Right: The team spirit is boosted by flash cards at homecoming with Arkansas. CULTURAL ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE The Cultural Entertainment Committee presented a variety of events for the student body this year. Among the best attended programs were the opening event featuring Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald, the Ballet Folklorico of Mex- ico, the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra with Andre Previn conducting, a folk-singing event featuring Judy Col- lins and Theodore Bikel, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and the two performances by the Metropolitan Opera National Company. The CEC made tickets available for students to attend the Austin Symphony Orchestra concerts. Students could also buy tickets at a reduced rate for the Longhorn Jazz Festival. During the year the Committee meets weekly to plan the events for the following season. This entails booking artists, reserving auditoriums, supervising ushering, advertising, and other details involved in presenting a series of enter- tainment value. Co-chairmen were Patty Moran and Sam Graham. FLASH CARD Adding spirit and enthusiasm to home football games, the Flash Card section is provided by University students organized by the Flash Card Committee. Barry Applewhite and David Hooper were co-chairmen. STUMP SPEAKING Stump Speaking is an informal forum for student debate. Anyone who wishes to speak may do so, with the choice of topic being left to the individual. Stump Speaking has been held on Thursdays plus other days during the week to allow students to discuss matters of immediate interest to the campus. Philip Bunch was this year ' s chairman. Page 196 Above Left: Coordinators Sherry Hardin, Chuck Borgeson, Michael Edward Love, Nancy Elaine Wray, and Richard Lynn Dugger helped to make the Texas-OU Dance a success. Below Left: Cartoonist, Al Capp, discusses the satirization in his comic strip L ' il Abner. Below Right: Kubitschek answers question about the military take-over of Brazil. VISITING FELLOWS Through the efforts of the Visiting Fellows Committee, students are afforded the opportunity to broaden the scope of their educational environment through contact with known personalities in divergent fields. This year the committee sponsored and organized the visits of Juscelino Kubitschek, former President of Brazil, and Al Capp, controversial cartoonist, to the University. Kubitschek has been living in self-exile in New York since the military take-over of Brazil in 1964. Al Capp, a self-styled " expert on nothing with opinions on everything " is well known for his Lil ' Abner series. Marolyn Wittman and Eliot Tucker were chairmen. TEXAS-OU COMMITTEE Working with a corresponding committee from Oklahoma University in planning the Texas-OU Dance, the Texas-OU Dance Committee selected bands and made all other physical arrangements for the dance enjoyed each year in Dallas by thousands from both schools. Texas co-chairmen were Nancy Wray and Michael Love. EXCELLENCE IN CURRICULUM Sponsored by the Students ' Association, the Excellence in Curriculum and Teaching Committee is an attempt to promote a program of systematic and objective course evaluation in the various departments of the University. The program is coordinated by faculty-student commis- sions which " hear " and coordinate the information and opinions of faculty, administration, and students. Question- naires are developed and filled out by students enrolled in various courses and results are returned to the respective commissions in an attempt to maintain a well-planned de- partment course program. Ann MacNaughton and John O ' Dell were co-chairmen. Page 197 ARCHITECTURE COUNCIL The representative body for all students registered in the School of Architecture or College of Arts and Sciences and majoring in Architecture, the Architecture Council is com- posed of one representative from each design section of the five design years. Its purpose is the representation of student opinion, the promotion of a better relationship between students and faculty, and the coordination of student activ- ities. This year the Council was fortunate in effecting close student-faculty relations through the establishment of a Student-Faculty Committee composed of five faculty mem- bers and five Council members. It meets as necessary to discuss common goals, problems and programs. Through this forum any Architecture student has access to the faculty on a level at which policy can be influenced. It reset Left to Right: Joe Lee Stubblefield, Robert Thaddeus Jackson, Owen William Bludau, James Martin Michael, James Glenn Reeves, John Ross Breckenridge, James Lawrence Life, Edward Blume Wallace, Alan Y. Taniguchi, Clayton Brooks Proctor. OFFICERS President JAMES MARTIN MICHAEL Vice-President JAN CARTWRIGHT Secretary-Treasurer JAMES LAWRENCE LIFE Faculty Sponsor ALAN Y. TANIGUCHI MEMBERS JAMES MARTIN MICHAEL Fifth Year ROBERT ANDREW IBSEN Fifth Year OWEN WILLIAM BLUDAN Fifth Year DON CLAYTON CHAPELL Senior Class JAN CARTWRIGHT Senior Class JAMES LAWRENCE LIFE Senior Class EDWARD BLUME WALLACE Junior Class JOHN ROSS BRECKENRIDGE Junior Class MILTON CAROL POWELL Junior Class CLAYTON BROOKS PROCTOR Sophomore Class ROBERT THADDEUS JACKSON Sophomore Class DAVID WARREN GREEN Freshman Class LINDA MORIARTY Freshman Class MICHAEL DAN SALMON Freshman Class JOSEPH ARNOLD BURTON Freshman Class ESTHER ALICIA NAVAR Freshman Class DWIGHT BRUNER MICKLETHWAET Freshman Class JOE LEE STUBBLEFIELD Assemblyman Page 198 ARTS AND SCIENCE COUNCIL of a mm- rr to The Arts and Sciences Council is a departmentally rep- resentative body organized to improve student-faculty rela- tions within the College of Arts and Sciences and to bring together the various and diverse elements of the College. One representative is appointed by the chairman of each department to serve on the Council until he graduates. Fv Front Row: Kay Wilkerson, Patricia Yvonne Bateman, Raymond Dueser, Mrs. Jan Perkowski, Jan Perkowski. Second Row: Larry White, David Hooper, Linda Latimer, Diane Barbara Mclver, Kath- leen Mccue, Drew Hutchinson Steele, Marianne Carroll, Jordan Robert Janak, Randolph Carter Burwell. Third Row: Robert Allen Higley, Harold Finley McFarlane, Byron Talmage Sansom, Thomas Clifford Hudgins, Joseph Roland Krier, Penelope Warren, Robert E. Nix. OFFICERS Fall Spring RAYMOND DUESER President PATRICIA YVONNE BATEMAN EDWIN DORN V ice-President RANDOLPH CARTER BURWELL PATRICIA YVONNE BATEMAN Secretary MARIANNE CARROLL DAN HARVE BLANKS Treasurer DAVID HOOPER KAY WILKERSON Treasurer JOHN ALTON BURDINE Sponsor JOHN ALTON BURDINE LORRIN G. KENNAMER Sponsor LORIN G. KENNAMER JAN PERKOWSKI Sponsor JAN PERKOWSKI REPRESENTATIVES AIR FORCE ROTC Lonnie Brauner, Jr. AMERICAN STUDIES Robert Allen Higley ANTHROPOLOGY Raymond Dueser ARMY ROTC Ronald D. Phillips BOTANY Lee V. Ansell CHEMISTRY Kay Wilkerson CLASSICS Marianne Carroll ECONOMICS Thomas Clifford Hudgins ENGLISH Penelope Warren GEOGRAPHY Robert Jay Reining GEOLOGY Jordan Robert Janak GERMANIC LANGUAGES Robert E. Nix GOVERNMENT Joseph Roland Krier HISTORY Richard Joseph Bueltel HOME ECONOMICS Linda Latimer LINGUISTICS Laura Frances Isbell MATHEMATICS William Dan Driscoll MEN ' S REQUIRED PHYSICAL EDUCATION Larry White MICROBIOLOGY David Hooper NAVY ROTC Randolph Carter Burwell PHILOSOPHY Sabra Jane Knape PHYSICS Harold Finley McFarlane PLAN II Timothy Jay Johns PSYCHOLOGY Kathleen Mccue ROMANCE LANGUAGES Drew Hutchinson Steele SLAVIC LANGUAGES Patricia Yvonne Bateman SOCIOLOGY Byron Talman Sansom WOMEN ' S REQUIRED PHYSICAL EDUCATION Diane Barbara Mclver ZOOLOGY Michael Charles Devine Page 199 STUDENT-FACULTY COUNCIL COLLEGE F EDUCATION The official channel for student participation in policy formulation and evaluation in the College of Education, the Student-Faculty Council, also provides for the de- velopment of student activities and a means for student and faculty to work together on problems and special proj- ects. To aid this communication, suggestion boxes were put up in the Wooldridge and Sutton Halls. Spring activities focussed on a teacher evaluation which was compiled by faculty and students and administered by over 100 education students. Preparation of curriculum outline for all education majors was planned. In addition, the council selected recipients of scholarships given to outstanding student teachers. Members of the council are chosen each spring in a college-wide election. Barbara Jan Berliner Brownie Sue Cashion ASSEMBLYMEN Marilyn Frances Friedman Laura Anne Ozmun Dianne Rush Cheryl Dean Shinbaum OFFICERS Fall Spring PAULA KAY HARLAN President CHERYL DEAN SHINBAUM ELLEN EDITH EPSTEIN V ice-President PEGGY LYNN CLEMENTS MARILYN FRANCES FRIEDMAN Secretary BRYNA JOYCE BEIN FACULTY MEMBERS Natalie C, Barraga William Andrew Bennie William B. Conroy Frances Fallen Fuller Wayne H. Holtzman Carl Richard Personke John Orman Rodgers Judith Elaine Ballard, Fall Bryna Joyce Bein Barbara Jan Berliner Diana Lynn Boland, Fall Brownie Sue Cashion Peggy Lynn Clements Judy Anne Davis, Spring Susan Elizabeth Epps, Fall Marilyn Frances Friedman, Fall STUDENT MEMBERS Carol Beth Goldman, Spring Paula Kay Harlan Barbara Ellen Henderson, Fall Susan Joan Hyde Linda Sue Ikins, Spring Vikki Lynn Kaplan, Spring Glenda Lazurus Sidney Helen Moorhead, Fall Vaugh Deleith Oberhaus, Fall Laura Anne Ozmun Rebecca Anne Porter, Spring Dianne Rush Elizabeth Shelby, Spring Cheryl Dean Shinbaum Sharon Ann Staats, Spring Marsha K. White, Spring Cheryl Anne Zimmerman, Spring h h Set In Front Row: Sidney Helen Moorehead, Marilyn Frances Friedman, Paula Kay Harlan, Vaughn Deleith Obenhaus. Second Row: Judith Elaine Ballard, Dianne Rush, Peggy Lynn Clements, Glenda Lazarus, Barbara Jan Berliner, Bryna Joyce Bein. Third Row: Susan Joan Hyde, Diana Lynn Boland, Ann Maria Lowdon, Jayne Laraine Harlowc, Barbara Ellen Henderson, Susan Elizabeth Epps. AJ H Al I Page 200 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL Front Row: Frank B. Borwn Jr., James Eugene Willis, Robert J. Garrett, James William Turner. Second Row: Beth Ward, James Richard Reinauer, James Scott Shively, Johanna Frances Bannon, Victor Joe Rogers, Lee Byron Faulkner, Milow H. Klein, John Cat- lett Goodman. Third Row: James Russell Tabor, Charles Alexander Taylor Jr., John Hollid Dealy, James Carroll Boon, John Ernest Specht Jr., Garey Britton Spradley, Kenneth Ray Miller, Joanne McCauley, Lloyd Alton Doggett, William Isaac Davis II, Linda Diana Leach. Acting as the official channel for student participation in policy formation and a unifying council among existing organizations of the College of Business Administration is the CBA Council. The Council helps further the com- mon interests of students and faculty by bringing together representatives from each class and business fraternity, assemblymen, and faculty advisers into one organization. The Council ' s main project during the spring was CBA Week. During this week 10 outstanding students, 5 out- standing alumni, and 3 teaching excellence awards were presented. This year ' s main speaker was Don H. Miller, president of Skelly Oil Company. President V ice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Member-at-Large Sweetheart . OFFICERS ROBERT JENKS GARRETT JAMES WILLIAM TURNER SHERRI DIANNE SLEDGE FRANK B. BROWN JR. ... JOHN CATLETT GOODMAN SHERRI DIANNE SLEDGE CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR James Russell Tabor, President Jerry Wayne Monaghan, V ice-President James Richard Reinauer, Secretary JUNIOR Charles A. Taylor, Jr., President John Hollis Dealy, Vice-President Milow H. Klein, Secretary SOPHOMORE James Carroll Boon, President Richard Reid Wadsworth II, Vice-President Beth Ward, Secretary FRESHMAN Kelley Austin Guest, President Alfred Sidney Holcomb Jr., Vice-President Michael Elliott Davidoff, Secretary ASSEMBLYMEN Lee Ashton Clay Lloyd A. Doggett Charles Albert Oliver Victor Joe Rogers James William Turner COUNCIL ADVISORS Sylvia A. Clayton Devereaux M. Huffman Frank James Imke James Eugene Willis ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES A.B.A.C. John Ernest Specht Jr. AISEC Kenneth C. McAlpin Stevann Carol Simpson ACTURIAL CLUB James Scott Shively Johanna Frances Bannon ALPHA KAPPA PSI Lee Byron Faulkner Ronald Patrick Turner AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION Donald Leon Carr BETA ALPHA PSI Kenneth Ray Miller DELTA SIGMA PI Garey Britton Spradley INSURANCE SOCIETY James Webb Shaddix PI OMEGA PI Joanne McCauley SIGMA IOTA EPSILON William King Daugherty SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT Linda Diana Leach Page 201 STUDENT ENGINEERING COUNCIL Representing the engineering student body, the Student Engineering Council is composed of the president and two representatives on each professional and honorary engineer- ing society. Among the duties of this council is coordinating activ- ities of member student professional and honorary socie- ties, and promoting goodwill, spirit, and tradition in the college. In addition, the council promotes the construction and improvement of student recreational facilities in engi- neering buildings and administers these facilities under the regulation of the University. It - Front Row: Leonard! Ferdinand Kreisle, Marvin Edward Willard, James Robert Kelsey, Edward S. Hyman, Richard Lee Harlow, David Wayne Fowler. Second Row: Iman Soengkowo, Joe Edward D ' Olive, Charles Gene Voorhees, John Wesley Cardwell, Frederick William Wiegand Jr., Stephen Rester, James Curtis Harper Jr., Raymond William Thornton, Roy Joel Swanson, Charles Clemon Soaieg III, William John VandenBosch. Third Rout: Kerry Mahler Hawkins, Ilham Sener, Philip Louis Daily, Michael Edward Cava- lier, Sidney Edward Lanier, David Richard Washington, William Crawford Parish, John Philip Buckner, Gerald Saunders Prickette, Ernest Leroy Williams Jr., Hervey Stuart Hutchins, Richard Dixon Maxwell. OFFICERS Fall Spring EDWARD HYMAN President DENNIS HARRY WITHERS RICK HARLOW V ice-President PHILIP LOUIS DAILY MARVIN EDWARD WILLARD Recording Secretary JOYCE ANN INGRAM DENNIS HARRY WITHERS Corresponding Secretary. . . WILLIAM JOHN VANDEN BOSH JAMES ROBERT KELSEY Treasurer ROY JOEL SWANSON DAVID WAYNE FOWLER Faculty Sponsor DAVID WAYNE FOWLER LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE . . . Faculty Sponsor LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES AAAE Marcelino Gonzales John Wallace Grigsby James Curtis Harper Gerald Prickette AIAA Philip Louis Daily James Robert Kelsey Randy Stone William Vander Bosch AIChE James Hasty Steven Woodrow Hill Joyce Ann Ingram Stephen Rester A1ME Ilhan Sener Frederick William Wiegand ASCE Michael Eddie Cavalier David Richard Washington Victor William Wehman Jr. ASME Roger Ed Hurras Douglas Julian Ferguson Bruce Lee Shearer Keith Thompson CHI EPSILON John Philip Buckner Don Wesley Jones ETA KAPPA NU Carl Ray Bailey Richard Dixon Maxwell IEEE David Fred Havemann Harvey Stuart Hutchins OMEGA CHI EPSILON Philip Lawrence Eiserloh Ray Joel Swanson PI EPSILON TAU Iman Soengkowa PI TAU SIGMA Larry Harp Frederick Robert Vincent Ogden SAME John Wesley Cardwell SIGMA GAMMA TAU C. Gene Voorhees TAU BETA PI Kerry Manler Hawkins TSPE Joe Ed D ' Olive Raymond William Thornton " Page 202 TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. The Board of Directors of Texas Student Publications, Inc. consists of five students and four faculty members with the responsibility of managing the affairs of The Daily Texan, The Summer Texan, the Cactus yearbook, Texas Ranger magazine, Riata literary magazine, Texas Engineer- ing and Science magazine, and the Student Directory. The board appoints editors, approves budgets, and formulates all policies. VOTING MEMBERS: Front Row: Olin Ethmer Hinkle, Associate Professor of Journalism; Norris G. Davis, Professor of Journalism; Clif Drummond. Student Body President; Edwin v Turner Bowden, Professor of English. Back Row: Charles T. Clark, Associate Pro- fessor of Business Statistics: William Crawford Parish, Student As- sembly; Stan L. McLelland, Student Assembly; Jim Lederer, Stu- dent Assembly. Not Pictured: Barry H. Margolis, Student Assembly. NON VOTING MEMBERS: Front Row: Robert Allen Bums, Acting Ranger Editor; Janis Mae Hughen, Cactus Editor; John Economidy, Daily Texan Editor; William Cryer, Fall Texan Managing Editor. Back Row: Lester Loyd Edmonds, Jr., General Manager; Jack Holland, Dean of Students; Robert Hilburn, Texan Editorial Super- visor. Not Pictured: Gary Bullock, Carolyn Nichols, Dwight Mon- teith, Roxy Gordon. Page 203 Editor JAMS MAE HUGHEN Associate Editor LAFE DYSON HILL Athletics ALICE KAY HARTONG Chronology ALAN R. ERWIN Copy Editor LINDA WISNER Dorms Co-ops PAMELA DIANE GATES Faculty LINDA LOU HASTON Features CHARLES MICHAEL DICKEY Fraternities PATRICIA KAY BOWERS Military YVON GWEN REEDER Organizations SHARON DIANE VALENTI JOAN LYNN WILLIS Sororities KAROLYN KARR Student Association ANTOINETTE BRACHER Top Left: Karolyn Karr. Top Right: Janis Hughen. Middle Left: Alan Erwin. Middle Right: Joan Willis and Sharon Valenti. Bottom Left: Pam Gates. Bottom Right: Yvon Reeder. Page 201 THE CACTUS Top Left: Lafe Hill. Top Right: Antoinette Bracher. Middle Left: Kay Hartong. Middle Right: Linda Wisner. Bottom Left: Mike Dickey. Bottom Right: Linda Haston. " i V l _. STAFF ASSISTANTS Paul David Angenend Catherine Ann Christner Carol Diane Council Sally Glenn Geraldine Jane Godfrey Jean Catherine Hall. Robert Eugene Hartong, Jr. Mary Virginia Haynes Valerie Kay Horn Laura Mary Hurst Dianna Margaret James Nancy Vivian Lockhart Patricia Mayfield Ronald Kent McCraw Cassandra Lu McKee Linda Kay Menear Elen Janette Nelson Leah Wanda Ripper Dianna Rush Kelle Snyder Joy Kristine Stapp Christine Ann Walker Page 205 Top Left: PANORAMA: Lucy Horton and George Covington. Top Right: Editor John Economidy. Middle Right: FEATURE: Mary Morphis, Carol Schuetz, Robert Inderrnan, Donna Englander. Not Pictured: Carolyn Barkley, Florence George, Barbara Jaska, Suz- anne Shelton. THE DAILY TEXAN Editor-in-Chief JOHN H. ECONOMIDY Managing Editor, Fall WILLIAM LIGGIN CRYER Assistant Managing Editor, Fall CAROLYN ANITA NICHOLS Managing Editor, Spring . . CAROLYN ANITA NICHOLS News Editor LELA JANE ABERNATHY Amusements Editor .... RENEE MADELEINE FENDRICH Features Editor SUZANNE SHELTON Sports Editor JOHN CHARLES ANDERS Panorama Editor GEORGE COVINGTON Chief Editorial Page Assistant JUDY BURTON WILLIAM LAWRENCE MALAISE Round-Up Editor JIMMY FRED KEMP Middle Left: EDITORIAL: Jane Haun, Florence George, William Kidd Jr., Lyn Robinson. Not Pictured: Judy Burton, Larry Jackson, Jimmy Kemp, William Malaise, Mary Morphis. Charles Owens, Linda Pendley, Kellyn Rozier, Jane Vincent, W. Elliott West, Mary Zrubek. Middle Right: SPORTS: Jim Morris, Richard Hill, Larry Mayo, Arneit Bateman, Larry Upshaw. Not Pictured: V aughn Aldredge, John Anders, William Halstead. Page 206 Top Left: MANAGING EDITORS, Carolyn Nichols, spring and Pete Cryer, fall. Top Right: NEWS STAFF: Seated: Lela Abemathy, Mary Ann Teat. Standing: Eduardo Barrera, David DeVoss, Ann Pashkoff, Nancy Peterson, Lucy Horton, Lenda Kennedy. Not Pic- tured: Judy Burton, John Bryant, Lynnell Jackson, Marilyn Kuehler, Susan Powell, James Webb. Middle Left: AMUSEMENTS: Renee Fendrich, David Grote, Paula Bullard. Not Pictured: Carl Cochran, Julia Howell, Rod Keating, Sharon Shelton. Middle Right: NIGHT STAFF: Pam Baggett, Jim Overton, Don Pannen, Jim Kemp. Not Pictured: Paula Bullard, William Kidd, Anne Pashkoff, Lynn Pul- ford, Jane Purcell, Peggy Matchette, Anne Marie Verstegen. Lmr " Bottom Left: Jim Overton, Robert Hilburn. Bottom Right: NIGHT STAFF: Standing: Dianne Daivs, Martha Dozier, Jolie Kalbaugh, Evelyn Hacker, James Hollas, Donna Dickerson. Seated: Jan Mars- ton, Mitzi Lauderback, Sharon West, Karon Houghton, Kellyn Rozier. Page 207 THE TEXAS RANGER Left to Right: R.I.P. Bullock, Stumpy Stalraach, Zsa Zsa Murray, Lump-Lump Loving, Percy Carroll, Belle Shull, Mao Tse-Narahara, Third Degree Burns, Hawk Peterson, Spot, Wheels Whitehead, Blaze Scott. RANGEROOS: TSP PHOTOGRAPHERS Virginia Murray Gerald Narahara Donald Passman John Stalmach Daniel Stanwood Lela Abernathy Barbara Colgrove Charles Dent William Helmer David Hickey Charles Loving Editor-in-Chief J. GARY BULLOCK Acting Editor ROBERT A. BURNS Managing Editor BROOKS E. PETERSON Assistant Managing Editor C. MARGUERITE SHULL Hostess R. LYNN SCOTT Armadillo Drover JOE ROBERT CARROLL Photographers FRANK ARMSTRONG VIRGIL JOHNSON Supervisor GLENN R. WHITEHEAD Behold, if you will, this sturdy little band of heroes, un- fettered spirits all, whose ceaseless effort and unflagging dedication have triumphed over all the obstacles that hostile fate and a callous public have thrown up in their path. These are the hardy journalistic trailblazers who have taken up the time-honored and careworn mantle of hereditary leadership in the realm of college humor. These, my friends, are the leaders, the pioneers: in a word, the " A " Team. That is to say, the Ranger Staff. Round: Frank Armstrong, Virgil James Johnson, Stephen R. Delk, St. Clair Newbern. Page 208 TEXAS ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE MAGAZINE Acquainting students, faculty, and other interested per- sons with current thought and research in fields of sci- ence and engineering at the University, the Texas Engi- neering and Science Magazine, gives the students an op- portunity to express themselves by informing the general University population of the challenges of engineering and science which affects the political and social areas of mod- ern life. The advisory board is composed of Billy Howard Am- stead, professor of mechanical engineering; Dr. Kenneth Gentle, assistant professor of physics; Lewis F. Hatch, professor of chemistry; Arlie Ray McTee, lecturer in jour- nalism; John Arnold Walter, associate professor of English; and L. Loyd Edmonds Jr., TSP General Manager. STAFF Editor DWIGHT MONTEITH Associate Editor JOHN R. LAMONTAGNE Managing Editor LELA ABERNATHY Assistant Managing Editor ANN HARDY Engineering Editor CARL BRAUN Science Editor ED STEVENS News Editor RICHARD HOLLAND LYNN ROBINSON Assistant News Editor DENNIS MEREDITH Art Director SECUNDION SOSA Photography Manager KAY ELLEN IRVIN Editorial Assistant JO ANN LESTER MARY ANN TEAT Copy Editor MARGARET BRAUN Assistant Copy Editor JUDY GARRISON Advertising Manager JANET HIRSCH Supervisor GLENN WHITEHEAD THE RIATA STAFF Editor ROXY LEE GORDON Associate Editor DAVID FRANKLIN PHILLIPS Art Director BARBARA MATHEWS WHITEHEAD Faculty Advisors Art, DONALD L. WEISMANN English, THOMAS BACON WHITBREAD Supervisor GLENN WHITEHEAD General Manager, Texas Student Publications LESTER LOYD EDMONDS JR. STAFF ASSISTANTS Sylvia Manning Sandra Lynn Alcorn Carol Ann Clayton Victoria Rowenna Davis Terrence Michael Conlan Gregory Lee Steele Tom Jones Michael Rush Aurelio Manuel Montemayor _l Top: Dwight Monteith, Ann Hardy, and Lela Abemathy. Above: Editors Roxy Gordon, and David Phillips. Page 209 John G. Steel serves as director of the Union THE TEXAS UNION The Texas Union is the community center for all mem- bers of the University family students, faculty, admin- istration, alumni, and guests. It is not just a building; it is also an organization and a program. Together they rep- resent a well-considered plan for the community life of the University. As part of the educational program the Union serves as a laboratory of citizenship, training students in social skills and the meaning of serving the common welfare. In the University, such lessons are often best learned where students eat, work, and play together; where they meet to discuss freely and to act responsibly to solve, as members of a student community, their own group problems. A campus is not complete without the essential facilities for such activities. As the gathering place, the Texas Union is a place where friendliness, warmth, and campus spirit reign supreme. It serves as a unifying force in the life of the University, cul- tivating enduring regard for and loyalty to the school. Front Row: Bruce Lynn Taylor, Administrative Assistant; Lucille Baer Bowman, Program Assistant; Janice Zaboroski, Program As- sistant; Shirley Bird Perry, Program Supervisor. Back Row: Jack Edward Hurley, Games Manager; Christie Virginia Searight, Ad- ministrative Assistant; Clarence F. Sundberg, Building Crew Fore- man ; Roger Allen Harvey, Crafts Supervisor. Page 210 Front Row: Jack Holland, Dean of Students; David Roy Lambert, President of the Texas Union; Clif Drummond, Students Associ- ation President. Back Row: William A. Cunningham, Professor of Chemical Engineering; John G. Steele, Texas Union Director; Charles T. Clark, Associate Professor of Business Statistics; Ro bert D. Sohn, Student Assembly Representative; James R. Roach, Pro- fessor of Government. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, EXECUTIVE COUNCIL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Responsible for the program, personnel, and budget of the Texas Union, the Board of Directors this year launched a campaign making fire and disaster safety improvements. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Composed of the president, vice-president for programs, vice-president for personnel, and five other members, the Executive Council initially discusses new projects to be recommended to the Texas Union Council; coordinates and evaluates activities of the Texas Union chairmen, commit- tees, and clubs; conducts an intensive end-of-the-year eval- uation of the Union program; and makes recommendations to the Union Council for improvement. LEADERSHIP BOARD Striving to increase the effectiveness of student lead- ership in co-curricular activities, the Leadership Board seeks to improve understanding of personal relationships and group development through a program of leadership committees, seminars and laboratories. David Lambert Kay Harlan Polly Travis Barbara Higley Jerry Box Jim Derrick Page 211 UNION COMMITTEES Left: Students enjoy dance held this fall at the Union. Right: Members of the Film Committee, Michael Bellamy, Madeline Drae- ger, Judy Davis, Charles Branch, Betty Birdwell, Michael South- erland, Linda Curtino, Janet Pennycuick, and Lucinda Hanks look over coming attractions. Below Right: Students join in the spirit of Christmas with a tree-trimming party sponsored by the House Committee. DANCE COMMITTEE The Dance Committee co-ordinated dances throughout the year to provide entertainment for students and, through Battle of the Bands, gave new bands a chance to be pre- sented to the campus. The committee decorated, served refreshments, hired bands, and publicized all after-game dances and the two dances held each month in the spring. They also sponsored a special Christmas and Thanks- giving dance, and one the night before the A M Thanks- giving Day game. On weekends when there was no band scheduled, a Jukebox dance was sponsored in the Chuck- wagon. Dorothy Plummer was Chairman. HOUSE COMMITTEE Serving as hosts and hostesses of the University for vis- iting guests and speakers and for the students and faculty, the House Committee sponsored many receptions and par- ties throughout the year. One of the highlights of the year was the Union An- nual Recognition Banquet, decorated and coordinated by the House Committee. Awards were given out by the many organizations of the Union, students, and faculty. Serv- ing as the Round-Up Hospitality Committee, the members of the committee saw that the University sweethearts had places to stay, escorts, and banquets given in their honor. Rebecca Porter was Chairman. FILM COMMITTEE Providing the student body with films for education and entertainment, the Film Committee sponsored weekly re- plays of football games, free movies during orientation week, various departmental films in conjunction with depart- mental film programs, and weekly entertainment films. Special projects included a Viet Nam documentary series, along with an academic award festival. Chairman was Charles Branch. Page 212 Above Left: Students looked through exhibits at the Foreign Op- portunities Fair held this December. Below Le t: Committee mem- bers prepared for Foreign Opportunities Fair. Right: Contestants vied for honors in the Pumpkin Cutting Contest. TRAVEL BOARD In the program office of the Union, the Travel Board keeps a file containing travel information from all areas of the world. This file is constantly being increased; each member is responsible for getting material from a certain part of the world. Catalogues from colleges which offer plans of study abroad are also kept on file. A series of lectures, " Europe Today, " covering European art and history, was an excellent orientation session for stu- dents going to Europe in the summer. Patricia Clements was chairman. CAMPUS COMPETITION Striving to create a spirit of competitions and fun among students, the Campus Competitions Committee sponsored a variety of contests this year. Among these contests were the Longhorn Sign Painting Contest, Casino Nights, and the Region XII Game Tourna- ment held in Austin. Monthly dinner meetings were pre- sided over by Dianne Rush, chairman. FINE ARTS The Fine Arts Committee sponsored many exhibits, art competitions, and cultural activities this year to make the fine arts more available for the enjoyment of the student body. The Christmas Bazaar helped students wishing to sell their handicrafts as well as those looking for unusual and inexpensive Christmas gifts. In the spring, a Fine Arts Forum of five lectures brought interesting students in con- tact with experts on campus. Mary Dennis was chairman. Page 213 UNION COMMITTEES Below: Student-Faculty Committee holds reception for College Bowl contestants. Right: Union staff and Speakers Committee greet Truman Capote. Below Right: Entertainment Committee sponsors Collegiate Review. STUDENT-FACULTY The Student-Faculty Committee sponsored such activi- ties as the Faculty Focus lecture series, the Sandwich Sem- inars noon lecture series, and departmental receptions in an attempt to create an informal atmosphere in which stu- dents can talk freely with faculty and staff members. Featured in this year ' s Faculty Focus were James M. Houston, visiting professor of Geography; William Arrow- smith, professor of Classics and professor in Arts and Let- ters; Donald Weismann. professor of Art; The Reverend Robert Drinan, visiting professor of Law; and Samuel R. Ellison Jr., professor of Geology. Jay Reining was this year ' s chairman. SPEAKERS COMMITTEE The Speakers Committee provides an educational supple- ment to the University curriculum by presenting speakers possessing varied backgrounds, beliefs, and experiences. Bill Mauldin, Saul Alinsky, Sam Yorty, and Truman Ca- pote were among this year ' s guests. To a capacity audience, Capote, who charmed millions with his " Breakfast at Tiffany ' s " and chilled America with his non-fictional novel, " In Cold Blood, " showed in his speech the h uman and sometimes lighter side of life. This year ' s Chairman was Barry Rountree. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE Holding auditions to provide a list of talented students to community and University groups, the Entertainment Committee sponsored concerts given by various choral organizations and worked to bring big name entertainers in popular fields to the campus. Among the committee ' s activities for this year were the Forty Acres Talent Show, for freshman during Registration, a Collegiate Review, Christmas Singing on the Mall, and the Sound of Spring. Peggy Lynn Clements served as chair- man. Page 214 COMMITTEE MEMBERS LEADERSHIP BOARD FILM CHARLES B. BRANCH, Chairman Michael Bellamy Betty Ann Birdwell Pamela Byfield Floyd Gene Cole Linda Joyce Curtino Theresa Daniel Judy Anne Davis Madeleine Draeger Marilyn Gail Farries Nancy Lynn Ford Debora Dell Greenberg Lucinda Boylen Hanks Robert E. Hartong Richard Allen Holmes Jimmy Jordan Fred Martinez III Carol Lynn Neely Cynthia Jean Owen Patricia Annette Perdue Lynda Gayle Rogers Susan Sayers Scott Larry A. Seidel Michael Soiitherland Patricia Jo Stark Terry Lynn Tunks Sharon Lynn Volosin TRAVEL BOARD GENE BATES, Chairman Gordon D. Bayless Sarah Campbell Laura Clyburn Nancy Carol Flodine Judy Ella Gordon Celia Green Sandra Hansen Alice Kay Hartong Marion Antoinette Hurt Susan Ann Kolius Brownen Kathryn Lemmon Jane Leonard Jean Louise Manning Linda Louise McKee Janie Kathryn Prowell Margaret Spikes Donna Parsons Wier Sara Bullock Glenna Shcroeder Lloyd Doggett Marolyn Wittman ENTERTAINMENT PEGGY LYNN CLEMENTS, Chairman Bryna Joyce Bein Donna Jean Boyd Carolyn Sue Cannamorc Cathy Nell Curlee Alfred Davis IV Andrea Lea DeShong Robert Wilton Fishbeck Charles C. Fredertksen Susan Jane Hamner Douglas Fredrick Herring Kathy J. Holmes Valerie Kay Horn Katherine Inga Jordan Daniel Bruce Madden Sandra Kay Maneas Annette Morris Louis Daniel Nelson Richard Lambert Newton Robert Charles Pizzitola Judy Anne Roby Jane Ellen Stevenson Sara Marie Stuewe Ruth Lynn Talkingloii Walter Lothar Weber Randolph Loe Wilson Patricia McKay Yaryan FINE ARTS MARY LORENE DENNIS, Chairman Barry Sloan Bakst Pamela Sue Cain Arliss Marvin Champlin Patricia Kay Cullen Jennifer Ann Hartley L. Carolyn Hinton Gail Lynn Isaacson Karen Daphne Keel Patricia Ann Little Gregory Eugene Lucia Martha Drew Matlock Julia Matthews Linda Kay McVey Myrrl Lynn Moon Sally Elizabeth Reynolds Martha Katherine Scofield Jane Dawson Sears Nicholas Norman Wagner Robert Lee Wright, Jr. Ann Yarbrough DANCE DOROTHY LOUISE PLUMMER, Chairman Timothy Eric Adams Karen Lee Anderson Decie Dayne Ankenman Steve Alan Burkett Alice Marie Burns Margaret Diane Cole Connie Cramer Nik! Dean Reni Lawrence Dominque III Ann Dusek Phyllis Ann Fryer John Edgar Goodpasture, Jr. Thomas Bailey Hall James Leon Hammonds Linda Louise Harrell Pamela Jeanne Haymes Karen Marie Jackson Paul Kolasci Paul Stephen LaMar David Lawlor Judith Anne Little Sally Jeanan n Mallett Lynne Moore Marilyn Gayle Morris Gary Arthur Munneke Marshall Troy Murrell Judy Reining Carolyn Sue Reynolds Kenneth Wayne Schroeder Robert Eric Shaw Kim Ann Smallwood Thomas Arnold Van Hoose Barbara Nan Waltzer Cheryl Kay Whitaker Tom Edward Whitaker John Hardin Windham Allison Sing Yee Janice Zahoroski, Advisor SPEAKERS BARRY ROUNTREE, Chairman Ben Louis Aderholt Elizabeth Belk Louise Noelie Coerver Jim Ralph Colley Ann Elizabeth Fuller Rebecca Glasscock Saundra Louise Goodson William Duke Creenhill Charles Earle Grob Kelley Austin Guest Rebecca Lynn Hancock Tunics C. Hibbetts Nancy Lou Hopson Sally Marie Marks Kathy G. Martin Martha Lois McLelland William Gregg Owens Rena Marie Pederson Gustavo Jose Pena, Jr. Carol Ann Ricci Susan Margaret Ridgway Lucy Riddle Ross Sharon Leigh Sass Frank Hornor Sheffield, Jr. James Douglas Welch HOUSE REBECCA ANN PORTER, Chairman Karen Elaine Barnard Cheryl Lynn Blair Janie Helen Bowe Ann Elizabeth Caraway Lou Ann Curtis Carol Ann Davenport Vivien Alice Gaynes Jeanne Goode Gail Irene Gunderson Helen Hearne Candy Elizabeth Hurd Jeanne Johanson Linda McMillan Martha Ann Murchiaon Elizabeth Ann Pendleton Lorraine Helen Ross Barbara Gail Seely Norma Sue Stanley Peyton L. Thompson Marilyn Kay Tipton Gustave Walker Voelzel, III Gladys Ann Walls Sarah Catherine Woolrich CEC brought John Browning to the campus. Page 215 CAMPUS COMPETITIONS DIANNE RUSH, Chairman Mary Ashworth Jim C. Boon Arch Campbell Diann Conly Donna Englander Alan Russell Erwin Frances May Fuller Steve White Gaskins Mary Lynne Holm Kathleen Carolyn Javurek Robert Max McVey Ella Ruth Mehl Phillip Lee Mitchell Thomas B. Ferryman John M. Pope Penny Frances Potter Tommy Doc Raye Kay Dianne Scott Betty Smallwood Sharon Ann Staats Sandra Gay Taylor Bonnie Eudora Tipton Martha Virginia Treschwig Barbara Nell Wagner STUDENT-FACULTY ROBERT JAY REINING, Chairman Wick Allison Calvin Bennett, Jr. William Louis Brewer Annie Melinda Brooks Douglas G. Caroom Charles Samuel Cotropia Laura Kay Davis Kathleen M. Durckel Donna Lynne Harlan Susan Lynn Hasslocher Robert Allen Higley Mary Lou Hooser Philip Cater Joseph Carletta Jo Johnson Karolyn Kan- Faith Cecelia Knaffle Vera Sansom Korth Janice L. Maxwell Fran Mulkey Claire Peterson Connie Lane Sanders Steve Thomas Schleier Betty L. Schuessler Leonard Gene Schulze David Noyes Smith Mary Gordon Spense John Emmett Stokes Ronni Joy Weksler Liz Marie Woolridge COMITTEE CHAIRMEN Patty Clements Peggy Clements Charles Branch Barry Rountree Jay Reining Mary Dennis Becky Porter Dottie Plummer Dianne Rush Top: The Decomier Singers performed for the University. Above: Andre Previn was guest conductor with the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra as one of the CEC series. Right: Steve Hutchinson pro- moted Challenge during registration. Page 216 UNION CLUBS CURTAIN CLUB Providing numerous opportunities for students inter- ested in the theater, the Curtain Club gives amateurs a chance to produce plays which include such production techniques as set design, lighting, sound, and costumes. Under direction of David Grote and Jay Bell, the Cur- tain Club produced the " Duchess of Malfi, " " The Fantas- tics, " and " Thirteen O ' Clock. " In addition, the club planned to edit a monthly review of shows and other dramatic pro- ductions in Austin. MODEL UNITED NATIONS The Security Council of the seventh annual Model United Nations had under consideration the Yemen question, rep- resentation of the Divided Nations Laos, Germany, Korea, and Viet Nam African Political questions and Chinese representation. The MUN program was highlighted by a visit by Boris P. Krasulin, first secretary to the USSR Mission to the United Nations. Krasulin spoke at a banquet for delegates and addressed the General Assembly. There were 800 delegates representing 22 colleges rang- ing from Texas Christian University to Florida Presby- terian College. One of the most significant accomplishments of MUN was the production of a treaty banning the spread of nu- clear weapons. The US, USSR, and United Kingdom led the 18-nation disarmament conference called by the Security Council in formulating the document. Frank Stenger was MUN secretary-general. Mike Dickey, Jane Haun and Betty L. Schuessler were under secretary- generals. Karen Hawkins served as secretary. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Composed of both foreign and American students, the International Club promotes greater understanding and cooperation among students of the University. Activities such as picnics, suppers, dances, films, and exhibits were sponsored this year with the International Festival, a cos- tume ball, being the club ' s major activity. Officers included Pavloc Roussos, president; Gordon Boyles, Jr., vice-president; Jane Haun, secretary; and Teresa Wang, treasurer. MARRIAGE STUDENT COUNCIL Serving as a communication link between the wives ' clubs of the different colleges, the Marriage Students ' Council worked to make the married student feel more a part of the campus. Activities included a reception for officers of Wives ' Clubs, a bridge parry, special programs, the Mrs. University Contest, and a Baby Contest. Representing the Law Wives ' Club is President Lee Furgeson. Top: Curtain Club advertised " Thirteen O ' Clock " on campus. Above: Security Council listened to debate of MUN delegates. Right: Stu- dents represented the United States in MUN plan disarmament proposal. Page 217 ORIENTATION During the summer, four orientation sessions are designed to meet the needs of new students, especially in their adjust- ment to the academic life of the institution. These meetings, along with the smaller Fall and Spring Orientation Pro- grams, are staffed by student advisers who are chosen each year by the Student Committee on Orientation Procedures. At summer sessions, new students are presented with a broad picture of the University and its functions. Activities such as informal coffees with various professors, visits to classes in session, and academic forums and college meet- ings help to acquaint the students with University life. There are also discussions of study habits and classroom proce- dures in nightly " wing meetings " during the summer ses- sions. The student ' s social life is not neglected during these sessions, as there are parties and dances scheduled at the Union during each summer session. ADVISORS William T. Belt, Sponsor Dorothy Dean, Sponsor Merrill Paul Anderson Judy Karen Barcfield Eleanor Corless Beasley Peggy Brzeszkiewics Dan Harve Blanks Christopher Davis Bray Judith Lynn Britt Sara Broyles William Dan Burleson Justin Marvin Campbell Brownie Sue Cashion Charlotte Renee Chapman James Winston Chapman Jr. Kay Copeland Maida Corder Byron Edward Cox Tom Craddock Charlotte Anne Cunningham Judy Anne Davis Brenda Faye Dean Peter Watts Dean Walter Eugene Demond Noel Jos Dolce Edwin Dorn Madeleine Draeger James DuBois Carolyn Jean DuBose Harvey Radnor Eanes III Susan Elizabeth Epps Carolyn Estes Philip Fleckman Nancy Jo Fleury John Mosley Franklin Ann Elizabeth Fuller Charles Girard Samuel Russell Graham Richard Earl Green Richard Anthony Gump Donna Lynne Harlan Paul Kay Harlan Dianne Lanelle Hillegeist Kathy Holmes Kenneth Wayne Johnson Steven Don Kane Janet Irene King Susan Anne Kolius Daniel Ray Lazicki Laura Lee 1 Lehmberg Sally Cherry Morrill Conni Muller Charles Albert Oliver Anne Ozmun Louise Peal Dorothy Louise Plummer James Hughes Price, Jr. Victor Joe Rogers Wiley Barry Rountree Carol Ann Rulfs Dianne Rush John MacNeil Scott Edwin Reese Sharpe Edgar Ashley Smith Charles Sparenberg Susan Carol Stephens Robert Lewis Thompson Wally Tingley Jr. Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer Marolyn Wittman Kay Lynn Wolters Beverly Jean Wright TEXAS TODAY AND TOMORROW Founded in 1962, the Texas Today Tomorrow pro- gram provides information about the University and gives faculty, administration, and students an opportunity for better communication which may result in a fuller under- standing and empathy for the University ' s problems and progress. The program is sponsored by the University Development Board and informs students today so that they are interested and participating alumni tomorrow. SPONSORS William T. Belt Jack Holland Earl A. Koile John J. McKetta Calvin Cleave Nolen Shirley Bird Perry Donald L. Weismann Nancy Bernard Dan Harve Blanks Brenda Joyce Cook David Bruce Cook Jim Harold Derryberry Gary Ernest Griffith David Hooper STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Greg Hooser Nancy Lou Hopson David Roy Lambert Patricia Jan Ludeman Ronald William Massey Thomas Bandy McGregor Mary Ann Mellenbruch Larry Earl Meyer Rick Meyer Keith Deaver Moore Eleanor Anne Newton Sharon Sue Rountree Wiley Barry Rountree Dianne Rush Kay Walls Marolyn Wittman OPERATION BRAINPOWER Operation Brainpower is designed to seek out high school students with high motivation and demonstrated ability and attract them to the University. As a working partner in the educational process, the Ex-Students ' Association finances and coordinates the extensive program involving hundreds of alumni " talent scouts " and a team of University students, administrators, and faculty. " Return-the-Favor " scholarships, combining money raised by local Texas Exes Clubs with matching grants from the Ex-Students ' Association, provide grants up to $500 for talented incoming freshman selected by local clubs. A dramatic slide-tape presentation titles " Texas Is " is shown around the state by student Brainpower teams to select high school audiences. It is a story of educational excellence as the University. ADVISORY COMMITTEE Jack Holland Lorrin G. Kennamer Mary Marjorie Menefee Sharon Sue Rountree PARTICIPANTS Judy Karen Barefield Kathryn Mary Bartosh Eleanor Corless Beasley Christopher Davis Bray Sara Broyles Sara Virginia Bullock Brownie Sue Cashion Brenda Joyce Cook Mary Lorene Dennis Madeleine Draeger Carolyn Jean DuBose Harvey Radnor Eanes III Don Allen Elliott Philip Fleckman Rebecca Glasscock Kathryn Hankinson Paula Kay Harlan Kathy Harrison Jane Arian Haun C. Robert Heath Laura Lee Lehmberg Kathy Ellen Lohr Patricia Jan Ludeman Richard Daniel Mauldin Stan McLelland Dot Nelson Paul Quinton Dan Keith Seilheimer Deborah Anne Spiva Tommy Dean Stephens Robert Lewis Thompson Marolyn Wittman Chuck Walters Page 218 . - - " .- I MILITARY Edited by Yvon Gwen Reeder Page 219 Front Row: Larry Clancy, Allan DuBois, John Cardwell. Second Row: Bill Bull, Edwin Dorn, Edgar Oelkers, Keith Maxie. Third Row: Marshall Williams, Leslie Lentz Jr., Charles Branch, George Nalle. Fourth Row: Steven Fry, Charles Irby Jr., Gregory Choban, Richard Flint, Daniel Smith. DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE Our program at this University covers a wide range of fields from military engineering and flight training to military history and world affairs. The Army ROTC Cadet is guided in all instruction toward his ultimate task as a leader of men in one of five basic Army branches: Infantry, Corps of Engineers, Quartermaster Corps, Military Police Corps, or Transportation Corps. The Army ROTC Cadet subjects himself to dual selection and additional effort; but, he has made a decision to stand up and be counted and to take an active part in the future of his country. The Army ROTC gives a student a broad understanding of our national government, a knowledge of our nation ' s defense and better equips him to step forth into the world. Front Row: Donna Rumsel O ' Donnell, Shirley Hagden, Colonel John Deber Townsend, Dixie Lee Hardison, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Leroy Phillips Jr. Second Row: Captain Charles 0. Sims III, Captain Thomas Lewis Leatherwood Jr., Major John Henry Sullivan, Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence E. Denny, Major William B. Seely, Page 220 Sergeant Major William R. Reese, Sergeant First Class Thomas E. Davern. Third Row: First Sergeant Frank M. Wofford, Sergeant First Class Leon Peine Jr., Sergeant First Class Jack Wildan Porter, Sergeant First Class Sherman Kelley Holland, Staff Sergeant Ray- mond L. Domin. We i Front Row: Keith Maxie, Allan DuBois, John Cardwell. Second Row: Robert Hale, Clayton Pledger, Charles Branch, Bill Bull. Third Row: Donald Fortune, Bobby Shaffer, John House, Milton Wyrick, Larry Clancy. Fourth Row: Norton Hargis Jr., James Anderson, Edgar Oelkers Jr., Preston Hunt. DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS CORDETTES tf to- Row: Bettie Townsend Willerson, Carolyn Virginia Evans, Brenda Sue Dean, Janet Irene King, Mary Anthony Butschek, Lynn Susan Wagner. Second Row: Rosalyn Lee Pransky, Lucinda Halstead, Tanna Dee Arnold, Joe Alan Shull, Mary Elizabeth Mast, Mary Lou Grantham, Sallye Jane Sorenson. Third Row: Betsy Ellis, Judith Ann Druker, Judith Kathryn Byrd, Sherrie Diane Sanford, Nancy Jose- phine Fleury, Rebecca Elizabeth Dobie, Judith K. Dobbs, Sherry Lou Simpson. Fourth Row: Georgia Lee Rowland, Patricia Lynn Bailey, Kate Tarry Flack, Linda Jo McLean, Cheryl Ann Burr, Gloria Fried- berger, Edith Ann Peacock, Nancy Lynn Haralson, Peggy Jane Brzeszkiewkz. Fifth Row: Judy Patricia Routh, Karen Allyne Scruggs, Marsha Ann Schraub, Linda Jeanne Marmion, Gail Patricia Weyel, Terry Lynn Tunks, Sue Lynn Blackburn, Patricia Alice Henderson. Members Not Pictured: Lynn Shaw Clawater, Beverly Kay Enderle, Margaret Sue Keir, Lilly Evelyn Kucera, Sharron Kay McCoy, Connie Lane Sanders, Sheryll Jane Spradley. Page 221 ARMY ROTC ACTIVITIES Below: The Color Guard carried the flags at Thursday drill. Right: The Cordettes were pre- sented by the battalion commanders at the Mili- tary Ball. Bottom: Sergeant Leon Piney instruct- ed the rifle team. INFANTRY Front Row: Marshall Bryant, Manuel Lopez, John Cummings, Robert Hale, Nancy Haralson, Gary Whitlock, Perry Ferryman, Secundino Sosa, Samuel Murphey. Second Row: Frank Ylinen, Richard Finn, Robert Fry, Da vid Hollrah, Arthur Orbin, Robert Kissel Jr., Joseph Hume, Robert Knoebel, Douglas Young, John Buckley, Paul Hatter, Donald Jones, David Roach, Guadalupe Zamarripa, Larry Schmidt. Third Row: Wilson Swan Jr., Donald Hadd, Ralph Miller, Gene Strait, Franklin Williams, Ronald Coburn, Joe Hollingshead, Edward Spaulding, Richard Rapp, Bobby Estrada, Roy Nelson, John Littrell, Lance Wittlif, Steve Jackson, Alexander Erskine, Burnis Allardyce. Fourth Row: Ernest Haywood, Alpheus Hall, Debren Duncan, Philip Black, Randall Young, William Long, Thomas Cheatham, Lawson Magruder, Kenneth Elston, Richard Kramer, Stanley Frank, Jonathan Oelrich, Harold Thiele Jr., Frank Houzvicka II, James Smith, Rus- sell Steindam. P Ml Above: Robert Hale received refreshments at the Infantry Battalion ' s Christmas party. Left: Gen- eral Dahlen inspected the Infantry cadets. Page 223 CORPS OF ENGINEERS Front Row: Cheryl Burr, William Leyendecker, Terry Tunks, Milton Wyrick. Second Row: Larry Richardson, Frederick Wiegand Jr., Mike Butler, Randy Mueller, Larry Wofford, James Godfrey, Preston Hunt, Bill Marsh, Roger Vaughan, Paul Ridenour, John Crozier. Third Row: Richard Durham, Robert Spangley, John Gates, Robert Bowie II, Thomas Pahl, William Balkman, Joseph von Merveldt, Ronald Foster, William Swan, Melvin McCain, Charles Buford, Stephen Chenault. Fourth Row: Ronald Miller, Craig Walford, Walter Gersch, John Bush, Neal Lubinski, Cecil McKenzie, John Klein, Wil- liam Knox, Patrick O ' Neill, Jeffrey Hannon, Arthur Hernandez, Shelby Johnson, Walter Woo. Fifth Row: Alan Nolle, James Hackard, Charles Ruckel, Joseph Cepeda, Charles Baker, George Manson, Pat- rick O ' Keeffe, John Horn, John Volz, John Wonsik, Robert Crites, Keith Chernicky, Woodrow Hammond. Above: An informal staff meeting was held at the Christmas party. Right: At mid-term Awards Day, General Dahlen presented Danny Clancy an award. Page 224 Left: Captain Sims informally inspected the ranks at a Thursday drill. Below: The Quarter- master cadets relaxed at a picnic. QUARTERMASTER Front Row: Jon Rios, Bobby Shaffer, George Clifton, David Heath, Robert Sonnen, Jon Wisser, Keith Reed Jr., Donald Fortune, Gail Weyel, Jung Lee, Edward Tatum Jr., Ray Franks Jr., George Hitz, Michael . Erickson, Jamie Hart, Harris Howe. Second Row: Joseph Dean, Bill Arlitt, Curtis Briggs, Stephen Smith, David Flack, Charles Walker, Robert Andron, Albert Judd, Christopher Ludwig, Manuel Jurado, Robert McRae, John Boswell, Stephen Brochstein, Christopher Shively. Third Row: William Allen, David Sears, Ward Blacklock Jr., Douglas Washington, Phi Bartlett, Barry Bloom, Larry Sugarman, Ralph Krueger, Carl Johnson Jr., Frank McGovern, Michael Boland, Robert Salinas, Douglas Brown. Fourth Row: Patrick Napier, Marvin Mikeska, James Rachel, John Ferguson, Kenneth McCullough, Thomas Phillips Jr., Robert Youmans, Jan Sonnen, Kimmyth Pesz, Lee Clay, Larry Metcalf, Gary Gosdin, John Allums. Page 225 Below: At a party prior to the military ball, the Transportation cadets chatted with their dates. Right: The Transportation Battalion passed in TRANSPORTATION Front Row: Donald Stough, William Essex, Ruben Trevino, Brooks Peterson, Paul Smith Jr., Paul Giddens, James Anderson, Norton Bassett Hargis Jr., Mary Grantham, Jack Clark, Wallace Tingley Jr., Robert Smith, George Wallace. Second Row: Joe Solcher, John Shields Jr., James Shaw, John Weber, Michael Collins, William Rodgers, Travis Doughty, Eugene Erickson, Lee Dunsirn, Morris Barto, Frank Thacker, Kevin Smith, Richard Poulos, Wilfred Uecker. Third Row: Carl Barto, Scott Etchison, Robert Hoffman, John Fenner, William Smith, Jeffrey Henke, Milton Baker, Joseph Nicols Jr., Harvey Hurley Jr., Charles Brauer, Joe Patten, Robert Richard- son, Philip Howard. Fourth Row: Michael Rozga, James Horton, Grant Bouck, John Pope, John Goodloe, Arthur Manson, Richard Fender, Richard Tingley, Thomas Barnett, Arthur Stephens, Raymond Tollett, Estem Lambert, John Butler. Page 226 MILITARY POLICE Front Row: Theodore Gonzalez, Clayton Pledger, Robert Binder, Rudolph Herrera, Duke Ligon, John House, Judith Byrd, Thomas Jurgensen, Steven Shwiff, Robert Sabom, Jack Hawkins. Second Row: William Green, William Jonsan, Donnie Burgess, Mare Pay- ton, George Wortman, Mike Enriquez, James Stubbs, Leon Nims, Louis Mize, Charles Griffith Jr., Thomas Doebner, George Shepherd, William Mortimer, Charles Bradley Jr.. John Mays, Dennis Woolam, Douglas Ferrier. Third Row: Douglas Bennett, Clarence Hansen, Robert Woods, Richard Priem, Karl Moeller, Richard Peters, Charles Harrington, Terry Belt, Rodney Gibson, Paul Mathews, Dennis Jung, Charles Cashdollar, David Sturges, Horace Williams, Thomas Heifer, Ben Tobor. Fourth Row: Claude Cage, Larry Sutton, Jarrell Knowles, Ronald Blake, Scott Bradley, Charles Earhart, William Freeman, Donald Anderson, Jerry DuTerroil, Charles Buerschinger, Larry Brockman, William Flesher, William Schovajsa, Lloyd Sloan, Robert Allensworth. Left: During Thursday drill, Captain Leatherwood inspected the Military Police Battalion. Right: Distinguished Student Medals were given to Military Police cadets. Page 227 FALL MIDSHIPMAN STAFF Front Row: Park Beeler, Douglas Oldfield, Paul Parker II, Sammy Gilmore. Second Row: Michael Clark, Frank Coleman, Richard Mason, David Johnson. Third Row: Hugh Ruckman III, Wiley Woolsey, James Mosser. ;.: ?: DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL SCIENCE The University NROTC Unit offers two basic programs, the Regular and the Contract. The Regular program is de- signed to educate and train well-qualified men for careers as officers of the Regular Navy and Marine Corps. The Contract program is intended to train college students who wish to fulfill their military obligation as officers of the Naval or Marine Corps Reserve and to serve in time of national emergency. In addition, the NROTC offers a two- year program for students who have attended a junior col- lege prior to entering a four-year NROTC University. The NROTC Unit also sponsors many extra-curricular opportunities for interested Midshipmen. These activities include a precision drill team, the Buccaneers, a rifle and pistol team, a full range of intramural sports, and partici- pation in the various social activities of the Midshipman Battalion. One unique feature of the University NROTC Unit is the Crow ' s Nest, a cooperative dormitory for NROTC students. Itt r 1 STAFF Seated: Commander Thomas Junior Wood, Colonel Max H. La Grone, Lieutenant Commander Gerald Maddock Dempsey. Standing: Chief Ernesto De La Rosa, Major Donald H. Strain, Lieutenant Charles Lewis Berry, Chief James D. Hailstone, Muriel H. Plasky, GMGL Robert Oscar Porter, Lieutenant Wilfred Dale McCann, Chief Henry C. Redman, Johnnie Lou Hallman, Sergeant Ronald L. Burtsell, Lieutenant Tony F. Clark, Lieutenant Commander Melvin Ronald Sommer, Chief Billy Wayne Byrd. R f. h :: Page 228 NAVY ALPHA COMPANY Front Row: Gary Miller, Russell York, James Brotherton, Paul Fan- ning. Second Row: James Higdon, George Rott Jr., Michael Waldron, Gregg Averett, Arnold Ott, Jerome Banks. Third Row: Richard Well- born, William Craig, Sid Duderstadt, Jeffrey Alexander, Albert Hig- don, Robert Lewis, Charles Jolley, Ronald Kissmann, Paul Guthrie, Thomas Reed, John Teutsch, John Pritchard. Fourth Row: Tom Urbanek, George Pittard, Robert Gaines, James Fahrethold, John Luethcke, Jerry Humphries, Robert Faig, Fields Jackson III, John Fishero, Oliver Brown, William Neal, Harold Adams Jr. Fifth Row: Herbert Teel, Michael Stubblefield, David Groos, Terry Tillson, Gregory Warner, Bruce Byron, Michael Carlberg, Michael Looney, Phillip Erickson, Edmund Levy III, Paul Frye, James Brady. Sixth Row: John Finnegan, Barth Root, Robert Wilder, Robert Dean, Floyd Jackson, Walter Jenkins, Robert Ebner, Donald Driskill, Thomas Dunn, Robert Surovec, Walter Sheppard. Seventh Row: Steven Smith, Elbert Huber Jr., Thomas Bogel, Dennis Olson, Herbert Wright III, Michael Jordy, Gerald Spinks. I 1 NAVY BRAVO COMPANY Front Row: William Craig, George Blume, Jordan Janak, Carl Hill. Second Row: Gus Noll III, Philip Eiserloh, Frank Weston Jr., Wil- liam Brandon, Jerry Jordan, Lee Litzler. Third Row: Keith Jackson, Randolph Henson, Kenneth Landin, James Mulva Jr., James Moor- head, Henri Stewart, Michael Coyne, Edwin Moore, John Kephart, Robert Reinauer, James Lorkowski, Mark Wigder. Fourth Row: Robe rt Keirs, Rodolfo Reyna, Daniel Kuttner, Robert Holloway, Walter Gilmore, Thomas Marbury, Wilburn Hilton Jr., Richard Patyrak, Thomas Droke, Ronald Slay, Jonathan Kaplan, Sidney Bowers, John Ballard. Fifth Row: John Turner, Vincent Addicks, Nicholas Kypreos, Hal Pike, John Carrillo, John Lindemood, Eugene Curry, Richard Odle, Robert Shanks, James McCoy, Theodore Tolle, Michael Thomas, John Saunders. Sixth Row: Kenneth Walker, Arthur Estes, James Broaddus, Charles Boortz, Wesley Leverich, Max Tarbox, Michael Munninger, Thomas Head, William Teubner, Terrence Tull, James Beynon, Charles Mulroy. Seventh Row: Robert Adams, Richard Arnold, Eric Mingledorff. Page 229 NAVY SEMINAR Front Row: Dale Miller. Second Row: Timothy Baker, James Reinauer, John Justice, Henry Leopold, Donald Emerson, James Graves, Timothy Moore. Third Row: Thomas Gish, William Perry, Peter Rowen, Joseph Jaros, Richard Glaser, Michael Sutherlin, Jerome Powell. Fourth Row: Lewis Thompson, Patrick Brady, Charles Phillips, John Lewis, John Conly, Edward Moore, Robert Davis. B ;. 4; NAVY HEADQUARTERS CO. Front Row: Samuel Lyle, Robert Collins, Ernest Trominski, John Howard. Second Row: Richard Kayser, Scott Crandall, James Quinn, William Young, Thomas Bowman, William Steshko Jr., Edward Carman III, Everett Williams, James Clark, Roberto Flores Jr., Harold Biesemeier Jr., Robert Ries, William Davis III. Third Row: Alphonce Brown Jr., Robert Felle, Paul Stewart, Wayne Kennedy Jr., Frederick Moon, Kris Morrison, Leo Harrison Jr., Paul Spector, Larry Willis, Claude Sanders Jr., Kenneth Bennight, Michael Collins. Fourth Row: Richard Wade, John Baldwin, Henry Anthony III, Clif- ton Darby, Vernon McMinn, Robert McCart, David Wells, Carl Boren, Douglas Fisher, Terrence Cowan, Daniel Richards. Fifth Row: Charles Allen, John Preston, Tomas Coronado, William Green, Charles Eichler, Carlos Chapa, John Bretz, Ronald Collins, James Holbach, Barry Green. Page 230 BATTALION AND COMPANY STAFFS Front Row: Dale Miller, Dale Hay den, Richard Mason. Second Row: Richard Kayser, John Justice, James Graves, Richard Glaser, John Saunders, James Pruske, Robert Hancock. Third Row: Lee Litzler, , Alan Werb, E. Michael Trominski, Thomas Gish, James Brotherton, William Perry. Fourth Row: Philip Eiserloh, Patrick Brady, Steven Smith, Gregg Averett, Lewis Thompson, Donald Emerson, Michael Sutherlin. Above: Richard Mason presented Miss Cheryl Neitzke, Navy Sweet- heart, to the cadets at the annual Navy Ball. Left: Colonel Max La Grone saluted cadets during the Navy ' s Tuesday drills. Page 231 NAVAL R.O.T.C. ACTIVITIES Left: Front Row; Pat Vinson, Toni Wright, Vickie Hudson, Laura Davidson, Marijo Lindsay. Second Row: Dottie Plummer, Mary Carter, Barbara Hughes, Mrs. Max La Grone, Farrah Fawcett,. Cheryl Neitzke, Debra Perkins. Right: As a joint project of the ROTC units, the Naval cadets fold the flag. Bottom: The Navy Buccaneer Drill Team entertained at the Indiana halftime. Page 232 GROUP STAFF: Front Row: Gerald Yankee. Second Row: Darryl Greenwood, Kenneth Eickmann, Richard Null, Bryce Bonner. Third Row: Christ Cook, Nelson Estes, James Williams, John Economidy, Michael Freiband, Edward Gildemeister, Lonnie Bauner. Fourth Row: Gerald Bishop, Robert O ' Brien, Edward Taylor, Richard Car- michael, Roger Page, James Belt, William Petty. Fifth Row: Earl Orbin, Jimmy Roberts, Mark Fry, Paul Reichman, Benjamin Hprst, Curtis Junge, Thomas Erdmann. Sixth Row: Michael Pandolfo, Stephen Holliday, Bruce Luna, Warren Bollmeier, Robert Mills, Russell Cykoski. Seventh Row: David Eldridge, John Kopsky, An- tonio Alvarado, John Gentry, Dudley Grell, John Bowen. DEPARTMENT OF AIR SCIENCE The mission of Air Force ROTC is to commission career oriented officers to meet specific Air Force requirements through on-campus programs. The Air Force ROTC objec- tive is to place on active duty lieutenants who demonstrate dedication to their assignments; willing acceptance of re- sponsibility; critical and creative thinking and the ability to speak and write effectively. Air Force ROTC offers freshmen students a four-year program and junior students or above, if they have two years remaining in school, a two-year program leading to commissioned officer status in the United States Air Force. The Air Force approach to learning encourages inquiry, analysis, critical thinking, imagination, and discerning judgment. In addition, qualified cadets receive flight instruction in their last year resulting in the award of a private pilot ' s license. When called to active duty, graduates become pilots, navigators, or special- ists in their particular field of study. STAFF: Front Row: Lieutenant Colonel Karl Benson Jr. Back Row: Major Wallace J. McKenzie, Captain John Squires, Captain Richard J. McGuinness, Ollie B. Arena, Sergeant Billy R. Tucker, Sheila Waggoner, Technical Sergeant Harry E. Wachsmann, Staff Sergeant Bernard G. Knippel. Page 233 SQUADRON ONE Front Row: Jeffrey Lehmann, Charles Yarling, John Olivo, Michael McShane, Wayne Wendland, George Brennan. Second Row: Jack Bobbins, Donald Bailey, James Talbert, Warren Schneider, James Feldman, Bussell Brinkman, Burleigh Smith, Bobert James, Bichard Wiser, James Bobertson. Third Row: Richard Alexander, James Tidwell, Howard Pfutzenreuter, John Carey, Michael Wortham, Brian Dickerson, Craig Smith, David Masley, Manuel Resales Jr. Fourth Row: William Casteel, Bichard Schultz, Earnest Leake II, William Daniel, Bobert Galvan, Ryan Du Mont, Paul Sheffield, Harold Arbogust Jr., Craig Risovi. Fifth Row: David Cook, Fred Bidelspach, Bobert McCann, Clifton Bogers III, Kristin Wells, Robert Goodlett, Donald Johnson, Richard Morey. Sixth Row: Louis Guiot, James Balentine, Juliam Buenger, Larry Rives, George Brown Jr., Theodore Badger, Peter Coira, Douglas Batson, William Hughes. ' SQUADRON TWO Front Row: Bobert Maginel, Munson Compton Jr., Bobert Cherry, James Warren, John Treat, Mike Berumen. Second Row: Allan Bean, Roger Hamilton, Bichard Snellings, David Davis, Thomas Marburger, Charles Kcethler, Donald Vess, Gregory Meyer, Bonald Wassom, Douglas Hunter. Third Row: Joel Kizer IV, Bobert Miley, John Swanson, Thomas Martin Jr., Donald Patteson Jr., Michael Smith, James Takes, Bobert Trapnell Jr., Richard Payne, William Zanca. Fourth Row: Samuel Rogers, Danie l Lee Jr., Michael Gee, James Taylor, Harry Clark, Robert Kerr, Robert Fowler, Rob Welborn, William McNeal, Patrick Eck. Fifth. Row: William Strawn, Steven Little, Vaughan Goldsmith, George Burns, George Gretser, Lance Latham, John Kelly Jr., David Johnson, Robert Bearden, Calder Bobertson. Page 234 SQUADRON THREE Front Row: Rufus Green, Ronald Deutch, James Bates, Robert Smith, Edward Fuller, James Mitchell. Second Row: Thomas Krafka, James Darden Jr., Walter Reese, Ronald Bergquist, David Abramo- witz, Larry Burke, Michael McAndrew, Robert Hopkins, Roger Ma- coh, Charles Habern. Third Row: Stuart Beck, Jon Meyer, George Vest Jr., James Dieterich, Lambert Koeniger, Robert Sullivan, Charles Pfiester, James Costello, Charles Bowles, Gary Morphew. Fourth Row: Frank Chatmon, Jim Jordan, Benjamin Fisher, Barry Smith, Kenneth White, Richard Peters, David Dommert, Scott Parker, Al- bert Schorre Jr., Edwin Payne. Fifth Row: Melton Pipes, Donald Woest, Alexander Smith, James Heaney, William Balkon, Timothy Fandel, Peeler Williams, Jimmy Bryan, Richard Olivieri, Melvin Hodgkiss. Sixth Row: Wayne Doyal, Darrell Donaldson, John Totten, Clifford Bishop, Robert Blakely, James Milner. C SQUADRON FOUR Front Row: Gregory Sweeney, Louis Hembree Jr., Henry DeWalle, Lloyd Stearns Jr., Jerry Cochran, Stephen Shook. Second Row: Harold Stienke, Glen McFarlin, Walter Demond, Steven Franklin, Gene Summers, James Carter, Patrick Maloy, Marvin Jung Jr., Jose Valdez, David Swanson. Third Row: Raymond Oelrich, Neil Orleans, James Watkins, Michael Simpson, Timothy Rogers, John Lay, Larry Lay, Gary Hitzfeld, Mickey Dammann, John Burns. Fourth Row: Richard Persons, Carl Metzroth, Jack McWilliams, Richard Speer, Ted McWhorter, Thomas Poindexter III, Fred West, George Fleming, Ronald Keese, Eiffel Bermea. Fifth Row: Frank Wagner Jr., Walter Taliaferro Jr., Walter Miller, Harry Taylor, Stephen Beach, Victor Holubec, Phillip Scott, Robert Bickerstaff, Robert Fry, Michael John Moran. Sixth Row: Wesley Ammerman, John Ivey, Douglas Fell, Michael Levine, Richard Leyda, Walter Edwards, Stephen Boyd, Brady Swinney, Robert Levy, John Stiles. Seventh Row: George Wroten III. Page 235 ANGEL FLIGHT Angel Flight is a national honorary service organization of selected women sponsored by the Arnold Air Society, an honorary organization of outstanding Air Force ROTC Cadets. It exists to advance and promote interest in the Air Force and Air Force ROTC, obtain information concern- ing the military services, and aid the progress of Arnold Air Society, the Air Force Cadet Corps, and the University. Members of Angel Flight must have a 1.3 overall grade point average and possess poise, personality, and a willing- ness to participate actively in Angel Flight activities. Angels served as hostesses at Air Force ROTC functions, repre- sented the Arnold Air Society and AFROTC on the Univer- sity campus, acted as delegates at area as well as national conclaves, participated in service projects, and did their utmost to improve the morale and " esprit de corps " of the Air Force Cadet Group. Fall officers were Denny Me Adam, commander; Sharon Allison, executive officer; Cheryl Zimmerman, administra- tive service officer; Linda Burk, comptroller; Kay Copeland, operations, Janet Goren, information, Carolyn Dubose, pledge trainer, Jo Ann Rowley, drill commander, and Susie Stephens, liaison. Spring officers included Sharon Allison, commander, Jo Ann Rowley, executive officer, Cheryl Zim- merman, administrative service officer, Roberta Richards, comptroller, Ann Baird, operations, Robin Thrift, informa- tion, Brenda Cook, pledge trainer, Mary Andrews, drill com- mander, and Jan Howie, liaison. Members of Angel Flight gave a Rush Party for the new spring pledges. Front Row: Bettye Gaye McMahon, Janet Rose Goren, Susan Carol Stephens, Judith Carol Garrett, Linda Lee Burk, Margaret Leigh Pace. Second Row: Jackie Maxine Kimbrough, Kerry Kathleen Bo- gart, Judith Lynn Britt, Judy Jan Howie, Mary Frances Andrews, Cheryl Anne Zimmerman, Carol Ann Howie, Pauline Elizabeth West- brook. Third Row: Kathy Jo Holmes, Ann Cathryn Baird, Robin Jane Thrift, Mary Lewis, Denny Gaye McAdam, Kay Lewis, Carolyn Jean DuBose, Jo Ann Rowley, Delores Jane Barton. Fourth Row: Beth Anne Shectman, Ann Elizabeth Fuller, Susan Anne Kolius, Marcia Ruth Lucas, Brenda Joyce Cook, Sharon Irene Allison, Michaele Ann Dougherty, Jo Ann Giese, Susan Sayers Scott. Pledges Not Pictured: Sallie Jane Barry, Barbara Elaine Coward, Kathleen Dulan, Judith Hollingsworth, Maureen Howe, Melanie Jeanne Moore, Carol Ann Ricci, Suzanne Shepperd, Janet Sue Skelton, Susie G. Spiritas, Sherry Kay Swesnik, Susan Jean Turner. Page 236 STUDENT LIFE M 1 IIIII ' IM, ' , ' I I I t t I I I I I 1 M I t t Mill Itll t ( I I I I I II II 111 FRATERNITIES Edited by Patricia Kay Bowers Page 237 Above: Greeks sponsored Derby Day, Sing-Song, and Dimes Day for charity or good fun. Above Right: Pledge classes and other groups boosted Longhorn football spirit with posters on the West Mall. Right: Women ' s intramural sports provided opportunities for recreation, exercise, and team spirit for coeds. STUDENTS SHARED WORK, SEASONAL FUN AS YEAR PROGRESSED Page 238 Left: Co-op residents shared work, responsibility and living quarters. Lower Left: Many Greek organizations held spring formals, other dances and open houses. Below: Sororities sponsored Women ' s Rush, then planned orientation and ac- tivities for new pledges. Left: 2614 Rio Grande. Below: Acacia and Chi Omega sorority prac- ticed for their part in Sing-Song. ACACIA The Texas chapter of Acacia fraternity marked its fiftieth year on campus with numerous awards, including an award for the best over-all Aggie sign and a first-place award in the Round-Up sign contest. In intramurals, the fraternity, placing first in tennis and winning the league championship in basketball, also ranked high in golf, swimming, and foot- ball. Scholastically, Acacia ranked third among the frater- nities on campus during the spring of 1966. Active on campus were Jimmy Turner, vice-president of the CBA junior class and a student assemblyman; Sid Hoi- comb, vice-president of the CBA freshman class; and David Chappell, chief justice of the Student Court. In addition, there were two student assemblymen, two members of Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity, and a freshman cheerleader. Founded nationally in 1904, the Texas chapter was char- tered April 16, 1916. Officers of the chapter were Thomas Edward Thomason, venerable dean; William Belhaven Ham- ilton HI, senior dean; David King Aymond, junior dean; Steven Ray Clark, secretary; James William Turner, treas- urer; Michael Jay Hood, rush chairman; and Jerry Don Johnson, house manager. Top Row: Merrill Paul Anderson, Richard Smith Arnold, WilHam James Austin, David King Ay- mond, James Allen Baker, James Hobson Barnett, Alfred Paul Brandimarte, Roger Layne Brandt. Second Row: Frank Beverly Brown Jr., Harry Irvin Bussa Jr., John Charles Calkins, Judson Franklin Gary, Steven Ray Clark, Robert T. Clarke, Carl Louis demons, Kriss Cloninger. Third Row: Robert Monroe Collie, James Edward Condry, William Richard Cunningham, Leonard Hayden Daniel, Walter Eugene Demond, Fred A. DuBose, Richard Lynn Dugger, Samuel Edward Dunn. Fourth Row: John Gordon Ed- wards, John Conrad Erickson, Ar- thur James Estes, Paul Joe Fagan, Morton W. Fairleigh, Robert Wil- liam Fayle, Walt C. Fleming, Glen Darden Franken. It -- Page 240 - 1 Top Row: Berge Francois Gara- bedian, Richard James Glaser, Jonathan Goldenbaura, Richard Anthony Gump Jr., Walter Martin Hall, William Belhaven Hamilton III, Virgil Everette Harris. Second Row: William Henry Healy, John David Hemphill, George Warren Henry, Alfred Sid- ney Holcomb Jr., Richard Allen Hollar, Michael Jay Hood, Tommy Hurst. Third Row: Frank Liborio In- crapera, Jerry Don Johnson, Ste- phen Alan- Johnson, Steven Lyle Korby, Richard Morris Larrey, John Stephen Laughlin. John Alexander Lowther Jr. Fourth Row: Harrison Gray Ly- man, James Leonard MacDonald, William Palmer Martin Jr., Rich- ard Todd McCulley, William Mi- chael McGinnis, Stephen Clyde McGraw, George Timothy Mercier. Fifth Row: Donald Brook Minis, Joseph Clark Morgan, Joseph Moh- ney Morgan, Paul Wesley New- man, Terry Maurice Newman, William Emmett Nichols, Court Bartlett Norton. Sixth Row: Collins Frank Oakley, Charles Albert Oliver, Sherrod Haywood Osborne, Randall Scott Poerschke, Curtis Edward Posey, Aubrey Neale Rabensburg, James Richard Reese. Seventh Row: John William Rhea III, Richard Royston Roberts, John MacNeil Scott, Thomas Lee Shel- ton, George Clark Singleton, Wil- liam Wingo Slaughter, Christopher Whitaker Smith. Eighth Row: Fredrick Leland Stan- ford, Terry Samuel Stone, Roy Joel Swanson, Max Ralph Tarbox, Thomas Edward Thomason, Thom- as Carl Thompson, James Irving Tims. Ninth Row: Robert Lea Trask, James William Turner, Malcolm Ellsworth Vaughan, Michael Eu- gene Warrick, Charles Richard Watson, Robert Walter Weir, Cone Joe Wells. Tenth Row: Michael Paul Werner, Jack Garrett Williams, James Madison Williams Jr., Ronald David Williams, William C. Wind- row, Thomas Victor Woodard, Robert David Young. Page 241 AEH Active in all facets of campus life, Alpha Epsilon Pi had the highest grade average of all social fraternities on campus, won a first prize in the 1966 Round-Up parade, and manned the most popular booth at 1966 Varsity Carnival. Athletic successes included a second place in tennis doubles and the University championship in ping-pong singles. An outstanding year of social events was highlighted by the annual Winter Fiasco in December and spring formal in March at the Driskill Hotel. Among m embers active on campus were Cowboy Johnny Perel and Interfraternity Council representatives Ken Baron and Jeff Alexander. Johnny Perel also served as secretary of the Council. Founded in 1913 at New York University, Alpha Epsilon Pi established the Gamma Deuteron chapter on the Univer- sity campus in 1939. The chapter was led by John Harold Perel, president; Ronald Gilbert Wiesenthal, secretary; Mark Stephen Klein, treasurer; Russell Lee Silverstein, pledgemaster; Kenneth Dale Baron and Charles Jay Franklin, rush captains, in the fall. Benjamin David Rosenberg served as president and David Micrhael Collar as secretary in the spring. Mrs. Evelyn Goldsmith was housemother. Above: 900 West 26th. Below: Alpha Epsilon Pi welcomed the Christ- mas season with its annual Winter Fiasco party. i ! f Top Row: David Judd Aronofsky, Kenneth Dale Baron, Marc Irwin Becker, Arthur Lee Berwald, My- ron Earl Bloom, Barry Nathan Blum, Emanual Bodner. Second Row: Barry Maurice Co- hen, Murray Fred Colton, David Michael Collar, Steve William Col- lar, Roger Lee Davidson, Norman Charles Epstein, Roberl Lewis Fine. Third Row: Irvin Simon Fisch, Bernie William Fischman, Ken- neth Norman Frank, Charles Jay Franklin, Morey Gardner, Ken- nelh Michael Gindy, Slanley Gins- burg. Fourth Row: Jay Stuarl Glade, Don Alan Hecker, Raymond Slan- ley Herlz, Gordon Brenner Hes- dorffer, Roberl Lawrence How- ard, Harris Segal Jacobs, David Charllon Jones. R Page 242 ALPHA EPSILON PI Top ?o;: Mark Stephen Klein, Robert Alan Koch, Frank Edward Kohn, Larry Wayne Lack, Bruce B. Laves, David Lefton. Second Row: Lawrence Gene Leichtman, Larry Jerome Leon, Mark Leshin, Ben Allan Levy, Jonathan Lee Loeb, Johnny Har- old Perel. Third Row: Stephen Edward Pfeiffer, Stanley Dean Pomarantz, Arnold Pollon, Larry Frank Rose, Benjamin David Rosenberg, Jo- seph Levy Rosenfield. Fourth Row: Melvin Stanley Schwartz, Jack Shapiro, Richard Leo Shocket, Russell Lee Silver- stein, William Ray Simon, Harry Irving Smith. Fifth Row: Nathan Andrew Solo- mon, Steven Wayne Sommers, Dan Elliot Steinfink, David Milton Taub, Barry Michael Werner, Ronald Gilbert Wiesenthal. In preparation for the Arkansas football game, Alpha Epsilon Pi harnessed hogs and exhibited them on campus. Page 243 Bottom: Jung Lee, president, received chapter charter from national vice-president, Robert Stuart. Below: Chapter treasurer, Larry Han- sen, presented Jung Lee with a plaque honoring his service as first president of Alpha Kappa Lambda. AKA The youngest fraternity on the University campus, the Alpha Kappa Lambda chapter celebrated their founding with a banquet and ball held in February, 1967. At that time alumnus Robert Stuart, president of National Can Corpora- tion, presented the charter to the fraternity. Alpha Kappa Lambda participated in many activities on campus, including the " Ugly Man " contest, Varsity Carnival, and intramurals. In community service, the fraternity had an Easter egg hunt for some underprivileged children. Their calendar of social events included a hillbilly party, a Christ- mas ski party, and the traditional Yellow Rose formal. Alpha Kappa Lambda was founded nationally at the University of California in 1914. The Alpha Pi chapter, founded on March 2, 1966, is presently making plans for the construction of a new fraternity house. Jung Mae Lee served as president during the fraternity ' s first year on campus. Other officers were David Foster Mees, vice-president; Larry Hansen, treasurer; Alonzo Joseph Stubbs, rush captain; and Randolph Loe Wilson, social chairman. Page 244 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA i A Z ' tJiL fop Row: Alton Keith Barton, Sam Jeffrey Cardwell, Garvin Dunn Chastain III, John Harp Fisher, James Martin Giesen. Second Row: Clarence Norman Hansen, James Parrish Harrison, Jerry Johnston Hewell, Gordon Lee Hill III, Bruce Robert Ibach. Third Row: William Richard Jon- son, Paul Stephen LaMar, Stuart William Law, Jung Mae Lee, Thomas N. McKnight Jr. Fourth Row: David Foster Mees, Richard William Moreland Jr., Lawrence Gordon Neece, John David Peck, Daniel Cauldwell Pitts. Fifth Row: Stephen Hendrick Rase, Alonzo Joseph Stubbs, Rob- ert Louis Westheimer, Randolph Loe Wilson, Joe Benson Wolver- ton Jr. Members of Alpha Kappa Lambda celebrated Christmas with a dance at BJ ' s Party Barn. Page 245 2407 Leon. Below: Alpha Rho Chis worked together on their final architecture projects. AFX Participating in many campus and community service projects last year, Alpha Rho Chi pre-ad vised freshmen and transfer architecture majors during fall registration, enter- tained visiting speakers for the Architectural Lecture Series, and hosted the local active chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Members also hosted the Student A. I. A. re- gional convention and held a reception for parents and fac- ulty on Dads ' Day. Social activities during the year included casuals after each home football game, a tree-decorating party, and a semiformal in December, In intramurals, Alpha Rho Chi was active in basketball, baseball, and handball. Activity men on campus were Jon Decherd, student A. I. A. president; James Michael, Architectural Student Council president; and Joe Stubblefield, architectural assemblyman. Other Alpha Rho Chis were members of Student A. I. A., Tau Sigma Delta, architectural honor society, Sphinx Soci- ety, and Phi Kappa Phi, all-University honor society. The local Dinocrates chapter of Alpha Rho Chi, originally chartered on April 19, 1924, was reactivated at the Univer- sity Sept. 27, 1963. Leaders of the fraternity this year were Charles W. Nixon, worthy architect; Darrell Gail Welch, worthy asso- ciate architect; Frank I. Genzer, worthy estimator; William Francis Burke, worthy clerk; and Raymond H. Martin, fifth board member. M I iv iii Page 246 : ALPHA RHO CHI Top Row: John Scott Bailey, Her- bert Joseph Barnard, Owen Wil- liam Bludau, Bryce Eugene Bon- ner, Michael Edward Borne, James Thomas Brown, Gary Lee Covert. Second Row: Carl Joseph Dalio, Jon Boykin Decherd, Frank Gen- zer, David Warren Green, William Micheal Hablinski, Daniel Kirk Hamilton Jr., Lloyd Austin Haw- thorne. Third Row: Robert Emory Huff- hines, Donald Earl Jones, James Lawrence Life, Richard Wayne Meyer, Charles William Nixon, Paul James Peters, John Peveto II. Fourth Row: Harold Lanier Price, Ralph Allen Rash, Robert Thomas Reed, William Harold Richardson, Lawrence Vincent Sclerandi, Carl David Stautz, Joe Lee Stubblefield, Jerrel Howard Sutton. Fifth Row: Jon Hunter Thomp- son, Michael Dale Utsey, William E. Von Rosenberg, Edward Blume Wallace, Darrell G. Welch, Hu- bert Harold Welch, Jackie Lynn Wilson, James Dennis Wilson. The fall pledge class was introduced at one of the early casuals. Page 247 ATfi 2308 Nueces. Co-champion of the Aggie Bonfire Woodgathering Con- test, Alpha Tau Omega was also the largest single contribu- tor to the Campus Chest auction fund. Members took part in Varsity Carnival and Round-Up activities, in addition to their participation in all intramural sports. The Black and White Christmas formal, a spring formal, the Streets of Paris Round-Up party, and sorority match parties rounded out the social calendar. Members active in campus organizations included Jim Bannerol, Texas Cowboys secretary; Chris Bray, Texas Cowboys, Operation Brainpower, and Order of Alcalde; Les Derrick and Scott Caven, Texas Cowboys; and Dillon Fer- guson, Ashley Smith, and Tom Dorsey, Posse. Mason Adkins secured the title of Southwest Conference golf champion. Founded at Richmond, Va., in 1865, Alpha Tau Omega established the Gamma Eta chapter on the University cam- pus Oct. 26, 1897. This fall Alpha Tau Omega was led by Tolbert M. Dalton, worthy master; David Franklin Stanley, worthy chaplain; Gary Tyler Corn well, treasurer; Robert Gerald Converse, worthy keeper of the annals; Edgar Ashley Smith, worthy scribe; Justin Marvin Campbell, worthy usher; Sherman T. Coleman, worthy sentinel; Adrian Averil Davis Jr., rush captain; and Tom W. Bruder, pledge trainer. Mrs. Jessie Stiles was housemother. Top Row: Gary Ray Abbott, David Randolph Allen, James Watts Allen, Stanley Benjamin Archibald Jr., Howard Gibbs Bauer Jr., Joe John Bond III, Robert Allen Bowie II. Second Row: John Robert Brock, Tom W. Bruder, Justin Marvin Campbell, James Steven Carter, James Benjamin Chote, Millard Brantley Clegg, Charles Edward Comiskey. Third Row: Robert Gerald Con- verse, Gary Tyler Cornwell, Chris Valton Cox, Tolbert M. Dalton III, Adrian Averil Davis Jr., Stev- en Michael Dildine, James Thomas Dorsey. Fourth Row: George Arthur Dug- gan, Joseph Reagan duPerier, John Wakefield Durst, James Alva Embry, Michael David Farmer, Hollye Carson Fisk, Gamewell Duncan Gantt III. Fifth Row: Jerry Don Gibson, James Frank Goerner, William Richard Hearn, Robert Wayne Hellbusch, Robert Michael Hill- man, Charles Zadok Hook. f; ti c Page 248 ALPHA TAU OMEGA i b fl Alpha Tau Omega helped generate enthusiasm for the Arkansas football game by constructing a pep sign. Page 249 Top Row: Donald Lynn Houser, Richard Evans Houser, Ralph Thomas Hull, Richard Curtis Lindemann, Jack Rufus Lybrand, Howard McCaleb Marshall, Wil- liam Franklin Mason, Jim Paul Maxcey. Second Row: Timothy Robert Mc- Cormick, William Holliday Mc- Grath, David Andrew Morris, Hor- ace Gwilliam Nebeker, Steven Prescott Nichols, Ford Eckford Painton Jr., Charles Roy Parker, Milton Whiteside Phair Jr. Third Row: Timothy G. Picker- ing, Ernest William Pickett III, Gregory Paul Powers, David Wei- ton Price, Ronald Wayne Rhoades, Randal Thomas Rucker, Robert Jerry Sadler, Charles Richard Selke. Fourth Row: Edgar Ashley Smith, Gavin Harris Smith, John Oliver Smith, David Franklin Stanley, James Terry Stanton, Herbert Hamilton Thomas, Richard Allen Turner, Russell Franklin Welch. Fifth Row: Thomas Jefferson Welch III, Richard Bowen Well- born, William Michael West, Leon- ard I. Wilson III, James Nelms Winfrey, Jack Greenwood Wise, James Ruston Wittliff, Tommy Scoggins Young. MDAY SPECIAL Right: 2317 Shoal Creek. Below: Mary Lou Ray, a member of the Daughters of the Diamond, posed with the Beta mascot, Phaedra. Placing second in intramural bowling, Beta Theta Pi fraternity placed third in total intramural points. Repre- senting the fraternity in varsity athletics were Linus Baer, Tom Higgins, Benny Pace, Wesley Barnes, and David Cook, football; Bill Marshall and A. H. Longoria, tennis; Jim Raup and Anderson Bracht, baseball; John Elick and David Cook, track ; and Phil Worsham, basketball. Members who were prominent campus leaders included James Dyer, Phi Beta Kappa, Silver Spurs, Phi Eta Sigma; Woodrow Scott, secretary of Silver Spurs; George Over- street, Phi Eta Sigma, Texas Cowboys; Temple Stark, Texas Cowboys; and Linus Baer, Silver Spurs. The entire pledge class participated in Freshman Council. Officers of the fraternity were Woodrow W. Scott Jr., president; Charles A. Holshouser Jr., vice-president; George Wayne Harcourt, secretary; Clayton Dunning Pledger, treas- urer; James Robert Raup, pledge trainer; and William Rowls Wolf, rush captain. Mrs. Gertrude Martin was the Beta housemother, and Jane Hargis, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, was its sweetheart. Top Row: Randall Robert Ache- son, David Alan Archer, Thomas Kirby Ball, Mark Christopher Bomba, Charles Leroy Borgeson Jr., Anderson Heath Bracht, James Malcolm Brown. Second Row: John Paul Burton, Brian Lee Cannon, Joseph Alden Clarke, David Earl Clements, Wil- liam Foster Cockrell, David Bruce Cook, Dan Evans Crutchfield. Third Row: John Phillips Cun- ningham, Ronald Edward Dagley, Raymond D. Dueser, Michael Mid- dleton Dunson, John Vincent Elick, Richard Frederick Erdmann, Steven Edgar Ezell. Fourth Row: John Baldwin Ged- die, Robert Bruce Greenwood, Charles Earl Grob, Wayne Randol Hardwick, David Michael Harris, Heron Johnson Head, Thomas C. Hill III, James William Hindman III. Page 250 BETA THETA PI Top Row: Thomas Scheie Hoek- stra, Charles A. Holshouser, Wayne Ross Hueppelsheuser, Ste- phen Michael Hull, Stephen Au- brey James, Duane Farr Lardon, John Marshall Leigh, Leslie Law- rence Lentz. Second Row: Anselmo G. Lon- goria, William Harbert Marshall, Hiram Allison Messmore, John Michael Millican, David Murray Moore, Charles Coppage Murray, Alan Woods Nalle, John Parker Nelson. Third Row: James Lee Pardue Jr., John Charles Parsons, Hal Winthrop Pike, Clayton Dunning Pledger, Robert C. Prather, Calvin Lee Raup, James Robert Raup, Harley Clifton Robinson. Fourth Row: Stewart O ' Neil Rob- inson, Michael Ming Schuck, Carl Conway Senter III, Gene Robert Smith, Aubrey Theodore Stautberg Jr., David Stephenson, William Bird Swan, Edward Kendrick Ta- tum Jr. Fifth Row: Reggy Marion Taylor, James Keith Tidwell, Roy S. Washburn, Frank Martin Weisser, James Dee Whitlow, John Harri- son Wilbanks, Mark Allison Wom- ble, Thomas Flory York. Gathering paper money was the object of the Beta Theta Pi casino party. Page 251 r 2518 Leon. Below: Walter Cronkite, a local chapter alumnus, visited the Chi Phis last fall. Active in campus activities last year, Chi Phi sponsored the 1966 Varsity Carnival Queen, Kate Flack of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, and participated in such organizations and events as Campus Chest, Freshman Council, Varsity Carnival concessions and Union committees. Favorite party themes last year were Casino Royale, Mexican Fiesta, and a German beer party. Other parties included a barn party, houseboat parties, and Christmas and spring formals. At the spring formal, Kay Wolters of Alpha Phi sorority was crowned sweetheart. In intramural events, Chi Phi won the bowling champion- ship, ranked high in their leagues in softball and basketball, and also took part in football, golf, tennis, handball, and swimming. Among Chi Phi activity men were Joel Shannon and Bruce L. Shearer, members of Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma honorary fraternities. Chi Phi, the oldest social .fraternity in existence, was founded nationally at Princeton University on Dec. 24, 1824. The Nu chapter, established on March 19, 1892, was led last fall by Joel Ingram Shannon, alpha; Robert Lorn- men Brandt, beta; Bruce Lee Shearer, delta; John Payne, gamma; David Hammond King, zeta; and Jake Bryant Jar- mon, rush chairman. Spring officers remained the same except for Robert Alan Edwards, beta; Stephen Douglas Groan, gamma; and Charles Armstrong Clark, zeta. A i (! i Top Row: Ervin Eldrid Addy, Russell Lee Allen, Hugh Douglas Ames, Alan Robert Barr, Richard Stuart Barr, Michael Emmons Bentley, Bruce Kimball Buske III, Charles Weldon Chambers. Second Row: Walter Wheatley Church, Colbert Nathaniel Cold- well, James Roy Coleman, James Neal Cox, Stephen Douglas Croan, Gregory Kent Cubbison, Raymond Jeptha Daniel, John Edward Da- vidson. Third Row: Robert Alan Edwards, Richard James Filip, Richard Paul Giannoble, Robert Charles Green, Michael Kyle Fagin, Jay Mark Friedrichs, Clayton Jay Frink, Mi- chael Chauncey Gaines III. Fourth Row: David Alan Gallian, Warren Douglas Hancock, Thomas Richard Hauber, Daniel Kenneth Hcers, Jake Bryant Jarmon III, Bryan Davidson Jones, David Ham- mond King, Lawrence Gene Kown- slar. P Page 252 CHI PHI 7 op Row: Keith Douglas Martin, James Lowell Mason, Thomas Frank Mercer, Michael McCroskey Moore, Steven Greig Nash, Milburn Martin O ' Dowd Jr., John Bowman Payne. Second Row: John George Payne, Donald Wayne Purcell, Forest James Rees Jr., David George Rhodes, William Stephen Roberts, Charles Belo Rust, Jerry Drew Sanders. Third Row: Eddie Charles Schmidt III, Theodore John Schwink II, Joel Ingram Shannon, Bruce Lee Shearer, Daniel Craig Smith, James Wilson Stevens, Don Wellington Stockton. Fourth Row: Richard Thomas Sutherland, David Lee Taylor, John McKinley Thompson, Thomas Hall Thompson, Steven Ross Trudeau, Kenneth Wayne Tumlinson, Thom- as Edward Tumlinson. Fifth Row: Fredric Lawrence Twomey, William Mast Wallace, James Walter Ward, Lonnie Logan Wiggins, Jarrell Headrick Wilke, John Travis Williams Jr., James Weldon Wright Jr. Chi Phi brothers gathered in the patio at the back of the house. Page 253 2400 Pearl. Below: Delta Chis celebrated the coming of Christmas holidays with their annual formal. AX Among favorite Delta Chi party themes this year were Halloween, Red Baron, Comic Hero Party, Western Party, and a Mod Party. A retreat was held in early October to celebrate the national founding on Oct. 13, 1891. Although not winning any trophies, Delta Chis entered into intramurals in a big way. A large percentage of the chapter participated in such sports as football, handball, volleyball, tennis, basketball, and bowling. Founded on the University campus April 13, 1907, Delta Chis marked their sixtieth year at Texas this year. To start the year off Delta Chi bought a new house at 2400 Pearl. Delta Chis were active in campus organizations and events including Challenge, Varsity Carnival, Image ' 66, Round-Up, Model United Nations, and Interfraternity Council. Officers were James Lawrence Gillaspy, president; Ed- ward Martin Taylor, vice-president; John Patterson Rohrer, secretary; Warren Edward Hancock, treasurer; and Ben- jamin Yoakum Cammack Jr., corresponding secretary. Wal- ter Fred Pate served as president in the spring, and William H. Johnson was corresponding secretary. Mrs. Roxie Moore was housemother. Page 254 DELTA CHI Top Sou;: Clifford Joe Bishop, Robert Dwain Blakley, Benjamin Yoakum Cammack Jr., John Bar- cus DuBose, Erik Edward Eriksen. Second Row: Donald Wayne Fu- gate, Mark Samuel Gables, Paul Joseph Giddens, James Lawrence Gillaspy, Warren Edward Hancock Jr. Third Row: Richard Warren Hel- geson, Ralph Luz Jimenez, Donald Bruce Johnson, Robert Charles Lewis, James Joseph Lordowski. Fourth Row: Gary Lee Morphew, Walter Fred Pate, Charles Morgan Pearre III, Michael Luis Rachlin, David Barbee Rohrer. Fifth Row: John Patterson Rohrer, James Harry Ross, Edward Martin Taylor, John Emmons Weddle, Charles Monroe Wilson. Left: It was fountain time again as a Delta Chi was dipped for being dropped. Right: Three Delta Chis attacked passersby with snow balls. Page 255 Lejt: 2503 Pearl. Right: Trying for an inside basket, a Deke eluded a Sigma Nu during an intramural game. AKE The Deke social calendar last year was highlighted by the Christmas cocktail party, Round-Up, and the spring formal. Scholastically, Louis Edward Tuffly Jr., Dan Lane, and Charles Hibbetts were elected to Beta Gamma Sigma honor- ary business fraternity. In addition, fifty per cent of the fall pledge class made a 2.0 grade-point average or better. In intramurals, the Dekes moved to the league finals in football and basketball, while William Roberts finished third for the second consecutive year in golf singles. Gus A. Koerner and Platt Davis ranked third in handball doubles. Campus leaders in the fraternity included Platt Walker Davis III, Friar and foreman of the Texas Cowboys; David Boyles, Cowboys; Wade Carney Griggs, president of the freshman law class; Tommy Drew Cauthorn, past abbot of the Friars and Law Review member; and Gray Jolink, Posse pledge trainer. Founded at Yale University in 1844, the Omega Chi chapter at the University of Texas was established on March 2, 1913, and was led last year by secret officers. Top Row: George B. Adams, James Patrick Allison, John Michael Al- lums, John Hart Bandas, Bruce Conway Barnes, Richard George Barrett, Marcus Roland Bone. Second Row: David Howard Boyles, David Anthony Brack, Joe Good- son Bryson, Edmund Thomas Burke, Robert Charles Carr, Brian Ervin Coggins, John Thomas Conly. Third Row: Phillip Henry Cook, Michael Scott Davis, Winston La- Rue Evans, Tommy Lawrence Hen- drix, Francis Leighton Hodges Jr., David Ross Houston, James Patrick Houstoun III. " Page 256 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON life : P O Top Row: George Truett James, Gray Byron Jolink, Robert L. Kelly, Edward James Kethan, Kent Fairies Kilpatrick, Dan Reib Lane Jr., Gregory Colin Lathrop. Second Row: Philip Lindsey III, Gregory Eugene Lucia, Michael Scott McQuown, John Winship Mitchell, Richard Warren Mitholf Jr., Wilbur Ross Moore Jr., Mark Morrison. Third Row: George Murfee, Ste- phen Simpson Murphy, Joseph Michael Myers, Alexander Hamil- ton Oliver, Richard Whitwell Per- sons, William Wilso n Pietzsch, Donald W. Psencik. Fourth Row: Thomas Andrew Ra- dack, Burtis Stephen Rice, Buck- ner Duncan Roane, William P. Roberts, Gordon Wigfall Sargent, Kenneth McMurrey Swanson, Bruce Gary Thornton. Fifth Row: John Hughes Tigner III, Ronald Edwin Tigner, Lynn Brooks Watkins, Lawrence Riley Williams, Richard Bruce Wise, Walter Chester Wrye III, Karl David Youens. Members gathered around the piano at the fall cocktail party. Page 257 Song leaders for Delta Tau Delta and Delta Delta Delta received their awards after placing second in the Sing-Song mixed division. ATA In campus and community service projects, Delta Tau Delta housed a member of the Chilean Student Leader Seminar, gave a Christmas party for underprivileged chil- dren with Delta Gamma sorority, held the annual Easter egg hunt at Palm School, and participated in the American Cancer Society drive. The fraternity also placed second with Delta Delta Delta sorority in Sing-Song mixed division and took part in Dimes Day, Varsity Carnival, and the Western Sign Contest. In intramurals the Delts won all-University championships in " B " football and basketball along with all-fraternity in " A " tennis and swimming and league championships in " A " football, and basketball. Varsity Delt athletes included foot- ball, basketball, baseball, track, swimming and golf team members. Delta Tau Delta men active on campus during the past year were Matt Berry, Silver Spur president; John Goodman, business school assemblyman and vice-president of the Stu- dent Assembly; William Dan Burleson, 1967 head cheer- leader; Jerry Grammer, arts and sciences assemblyman and Freshman Council coordinator; and Dan Lazicki, 1967 coor- dinator of Freshman Orientation. Officers of the Delt chapter included John Connor Emer- son, president; John Stephen Schuessler, vice-president; Edwin Reese Sharpe, corresponding secretary; John Francis Irwin, recording secretary; and Jerry Richard Grammer, treasurer; Wallace G. Tingley Jr., rush captain. Fraternity housemother was Mrs. Sophia Dneproff. Top Row: Albert Slagle Allbritton, Ace Hill Alsup, John Radley Bailey, Charles Richard Baldwin, William Randall Berry, William Reagan Birdwell, William Earl Blood. Second Row: Steven Sprague Boss, Nathan Ray Brandon, James Win- ston Chapman Jr., Robert Alan. Chereck, Robert C. Christy, Barry Alan Cline, Kenneth Wayne Cole. Third Row: Thomas Percy Curtis, John Conner Emerson, Robert Francis Faickney, Douglas Kirk Fell, John Edward Ford, Dale Dennis Gillette, Tom Robert Gish. Fourth Row: John Catlett Good- man, Jack Gourley Jr., Jerry Rich- ard Grammer, Thomas Allen Graves, Kelley Austin Guest, James 0. Guleke II, Joseph Randle Hen- derson. Page 258 DELTA TAU DELTA 7op {ow;: Steven Ryan Hickey, Ira Lee Hillyer, Gregory Drew Hooser, Steve Stanley Hutchison, Gregory Wayne Ingram, John Francis Irwin, Joseph Dew James Jr., Roy Lee Keith. Second Row: Larry Wilson Lang- ley, Wallace Kenneth Law, Richard Rochester Lee, Samuel Robert Lee, Richard Lee Lipscomb, William Craig Lovell, Thomas Bandy Mc- Gregor, Henry Clay McGuffey. Third Row: James Wright McNatt, James Ball Madeley, John Ramsey Mathis, Stephen Arville Morris, Randolph George Mueller, Louis Daniel Nelson Jr., Richard Larry Obenhaus, Christopher Allan Paul. c, . Fourth Row: Robert Eugene Pha- neuf, George Ervin Pittard, James Grant Raney, William Clay Reed, William Doug Rich, Ray Fulton Sharp, Edwin Reese Sharpe Jr., Charles Turner Shelton. Fifth Row: Gregory Harold Smith, Michael Don Stargel, Peter Clyde Taaffe, Rick A. P. Thomas, Tommy Dean Thompson, Robert Douglas Thorpe, Richard Lambeth Town- send, Thomas Frank Virr. Sixth Row: Steven Churchill Ward, James Richard Watts, David Farns- worth Webb, William David Whit- by, Steven Wimberly, John Mack Woodfin, Russell Clayton York. Left: 2801 San Jacinto. Right: Attired in Mexican costumes, the Greek groups performed in Sing- Song. Page 259 AT 2510 Leon. Active in intramurals last year, Delta Upsilon also par- ticipated in Sing-Song and placed first in the Monster Man competition with Jack Slayton and Hank Mclntosh. As a community service project, the fraternity joined Zeta Tau Alpha sorority in sponsoring a Christmas party at the Austin Community Nursery School. The Delta Upsilon social calendar included the annual Prohibition Party at the chapter house and a Christmas party hosted by Darrell Royal, a past member of the frater- nity, and his wife. The spring formal at Westwood Country Club highlighted the spring semester ' s activities. Campus leaders in the fraternity were Tommy Stephens, an assemblyman and member of the Steering Committee of the Representative Party; and Milow Klein, secretary of the CBA junior class. Delta Upsilon, founded in 1834 at Williams College, was established in 1949 at the University. The Texas chapter was led last year by Tommy Dean Stephens, president; James Wilton Sturdivant, vice-president; Philip Robert Bunch, secretary; Richard Stuart Flowers, treasurer; and Charles Laures Evans, chapter relations. Mrs. Ethel Belton was fraternity housemother. Top Row: Douglas Fairfield Ben- nett, Robert Alan Berry, James Lee Blackwell, William Thomas Blan- ton, David Lee Bracken, Arthur John Brender, William Louis Brewer. Second Row: Philip Robert Bunch, Steven Alan Burkett, William Lee Burnett, Russell Clyde Busby, Rob- ert Anthony Butler, Charles B. Clark, Clarence William Coffey. Third Row: Charles H. Cole, Rich- ard Robert Collier, James Allen Cooley, Scott Michael Crandall, Eugene Harris Dewhurst, Kevin Carl Dobbs, James Michael Dun- can. Fourth Row: John Allen Duplis- sey, Charles Laures Evans, Dean Clinton Evans, Richard Stuart Flowers, Robert McMurdoo Gilles- pie, Cullen Michael Godfrey, Herb- ert Julius Goerner Jr. Fijth Row: George W. Gretser, Charles Creglow Hargis, Dale An- drew Harris, Jimmy Layne Harris, David Charles Heath, William David Jeffers, William Robert King. f b. ' ' " ..) 4 C$i ift Page 260 DELTA UPSILON ft a Top Row: Milow Haude Klein, Ernest Crawford Leake II, Daniel Warnell Lee, Karl Treloar Loth- mann, Russell Weldon Lyday, Gildas David McDowell, Henry Fuller Mclntosh. Second Row: Michael Nichols McNeff, Michael Jacks Mainer, Robert Usher Mayfield, Ralph Irad Miller, Robert A. Milne Jr., Joe Samuel Montgomery, Piet Navarro Nieman. Third Row: Allan Hassall Nutt, James Scott Pepitone, William John Proft, Bruce Alan Protzeller, Don Arnold Raschke, Richard Al- len Schley, Jimmy I. Sewell. Fourth Row: Jack Lynn Slayton, Byrom Judson Smith, Edgar Liv- ingston Smith, Robert Lamar Stan- ley, Tommy Dean Stephens, James Wilton Sturdivant, Walter Grenville Tibbitts III. Fifth Row: David Neilson Tobey, Charles Sydney Turet Jr., Ronald Ross Vaughan, David Austin Wat- son, Gregory Duval Williams, Michael Ronnie Wilson, James Alan Word. ji Left: Delta Upsilon sponsored an orphans ' Christmas party at their house. Above: Their dates helped entertain the children, giving them name tags upon arrival. Page 261 2515 Leon. Below: Members of Kappa Alpha prepared for Old South Week by personally delivering invitations to the Old South Ball on horseback. KA Active in both campus activities and community service, Kappa Alpha sponsored the Miss Campus Chest Contest, raising close to $2,000 for charity in connection with the University Dimes Day. Other projects included a party for children at the Austin State School and sponsoring a Chilean exchange student. On campus, Kappa Alpha won the fraternity champion- ship in intramural football, entered Sing-Song with Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, and won the prize for the best concession at the 1966 Varsity Carnival. Climaxing Kappa Alpha ' s social events was the annual Old South Week, ending with the traditional Old South Ball. Among Kappa Alpha activity men were Bill Parish, en- gineering assemblyman; Barry Rountree, exchange student to Chile; and David Hooper, Freshman Council. As members of the all-Southwest Conference football team, Howard Goad and Joel Brame participated in varsity athletics as did John Elliott, David Conway, Loyd Wainscott, Paul Olivier, Scotty Brown, Minton White, and Don Johnson. The oldest fraternity on the University campus, Kappa Alpha Order was organized at Washington and Lee College in 1865 under the guidance of Robert E. Lee. The local chapter, chartered on Oct. 5, 1883, this year followed the leadership of Walter Louis Cook, I; Jack William David- son, II; William Crawford Parish, III; Richard Taylor McMillan, IV; and Alan Bruce Roberts, V. K U JTW:A Top Row: Joseph Vincent Adams, Jeff Davis Anderson, Thomas Axel- rad, Alvin Homer Badger, Ralph Vincent Bailey, Douglas Allen Bat- son, James V. Beynon, Richard Jay Borden. Second Row: Michael Frederick Brandenberger, Larry Joe Brun- didge, Jerry Don Bryant, Claude Robert Cage, Joiner Cartwright Jr., Don Clayton Chapell, David William Childress. Page 262 KAPPA ALPHA Top Row: Scott Creager Childress, Michael Joseph Claypool, Richard Owen Clements, William Herblin Cochran, Robert Oran Collier, Wal- ter Louis Cook Jr., Theodore Franklin Crow, David Porter Dar- nell. Second Row: Jack William David- son, Charles Michael Davis, Daniel Cole Davis Jr., Thomas S. Dill, Rodger Del Duke, Walter M. Em- brey Jr., Robert Snead Fain Jr., William Crawford Farish. Third Row: Henry Weldon Field- er, Dee Solon Finley Jr., Robert Culbertson Finley, William Raleigh Francis, William Arthur Freeborn, Raymond Edward French, Donald James Fries, Sandy J. Gaido III. Fourth Row: Robert Elliott Giles, Thomas Edward Giles, Fred David Graeber, Carl Douglas Griffin, James Holt Grubbs, Charles M. Hall, Henry Burton Harkins Jr., Brennon Philip Hatley. Fifth Row: Russell M. Haws, John Alvin Hay Jr., Christopher Alan Haynes, David Edward Henry, Jef- frey Wayne Hightower, Richard Charles Hinton, Richard Scott Hood, David Crittenden Hooper. Sixth Row: Ronald Guy Houdy- shell, Robert Allen Hulsey, Donald Mack Johnson, David Barton Kiker, Clyde Clifton King Jr., Robert Lee Koerth Jr., Gregory Lynn Kosam, John Karl Koschak. Seventh Row: John August Leh- man, James Granger Marquez, Donald Wayne McCoy, Eugene Chester McDanald, Stephen G. Mc- Kinnon, Joe Lee McManus, Rich- ard Taylor McMillan, Michael Ed- ward Mumme. Eighth Row: Michael Edward Mur- ray, Kenneth Allen Nichol, Wil- liam Scott Noelke, William Paul Osborne, Michael Lee Patton, Carl Nolan Pickett, John Raymond Pipkin, Robert Miller Pittenger. Ninth Row: Alan Bruce Roberts, Douglas Wayne Robison, Leonard Joseph Robinson, Larry Rodney Rodgers Jr., Wiley Barry Rountree, Russell Henry Schlattman Jr., Neal David Sleeper, Bryan Cooper Sim- Tenth Row: Steve Gary Smart, Christopher Kimble Smith, Carl Robin Teague, Robert Randall Thomas, Richard Louis Wade, Marvin Walters Jr., Minton Lee White, Larry Don Wilhelm. Page 263 Gala festivities surrounded the Founders ' Day celebration at the Kappa Sig house. In campus and community service projects, Kappa Sigma gave food to needy families at Thanksgiving, placed second in the " Ugly Man Contest " in connection with the Campus Chest Dimes Day project, entered Varsity Carnival, and participated in the Texas Independence Day Revolution. Kappa Sigma social life included a Christmas formal with Houston ' s Roy Head and a spring formal with Cali- fornia ' s " Uniques. " In addition to Round-Up activities and house parties in Mexico, there were numerous weekend and match parties. In University sports, Kappa Sigma was well represented in football, basketball, baseball, swimming, track, and golf. Andy Ibsen was elected all-intramural in football, Loren Singletary was on the freshman baseball team, Chris Kretzschmar, an all-American swimmer, was on the swim- ming team, while Jeff Gregory ran cross country and track. Charles Berson was on the freshman golf team. Top Row: George J. Aubin, Walter Eugene Beard, Robert Leslie Beard- en, David Brad Bell, Charles Van Berson, William Henry Cade, Don- ald Ralph Cantrell. Second Row: Walter Peterson Carr, Donald Thomas Cheatham, Charles Peyton Collins, William Wolcott Collins Jr., Jay Wallace Colvin III, J. 0. Terrell Couch Jr., Walter Owen Cox. Third Row: Gary Brian Craig, John Roy Grain, Randolph Wilson Crow, Stephen Minot Cummings, Stewart William Devore, Wilfred Lansing Doherty, William A. Eddy. Fourth Row: Thomas Walter Er- win III, Alan David Feinsilver, Michael Scott Fischer, Douglas A. Forshagen, James Parker Gardner, Gregg Wesley Garmon, Lloyd Jef- ferson Gregory. Fifth Row: Timothy John Herman, Michael Henry Hogan, James Ray Horak, James Duane Houston, Ken- neth Calvin Howard Jr., Larry Mack Howell, John Phineas Kim- ball Jr. Page 264 KAPPA SIGMA r s H Top Row: Henry Rose King Jr., Chris Wynnfield Kretzschmar, Andrew Dale Larson, Joe Jon Lesok, Robert Irwin Lippincott, Joseph Paul Lucia Jr., Robert Ard- ney McLarty. Second Row: James McLean Malli- cote, Roy Lee Markum, Philip Ed- ward Peareson Moore, Charles Howard Newman, William Mar- shall Owen Jr., James West Pat- terson, Donald Douglas Patteson Jr. Third Row: Robert Alexander Price Jr., Robert Marshall Reinau- er, Robert Bruce Renfro, John Charles Riddle, Thomas Wayne Rioux, John Michael Rose, Thomas P. Schillaci. Fourth Row: Carl Joseph Scho- berle II, Jack Boyd Sheffield, Neal Yard Reynolds Sheffield Jr., Loren B. Singletary, Dan DeLoss Smith III, Martin Scott Stehling, Paul Tallas Jr. Fifth Row: Dennis Edward Totten- ham, Tommy Stephen Turner, James Harris Underwood, Roy Thomas Wallace Jr., Hal Clark Ward, David Lawrence Watson, Robert Allan Wilder, Herbert D. Yates. Left: Entertaining before Christmas vacation, the Kappa Sigs plus dates gathered to decorate the Christmas tree. Right: 203 West 19th. Page 265 AXA The past year of campus activities brought Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity its ninth consecutive Dads ' Day participa- tion trophy and a second-place award in the 1966 Varsity Carnival concessions category. The fraternity, active in community service, had its annual Muscular Dystrophy Drive car wash and held a Christmas party for the Round Rock School orphans with Chi Omega sorority. Lambda Chi also hosted visiting fellow Jusculino Kubitschek, former president of Brazil. Social events for the fraternity included the White Rose formal, a funny gift Christmas party, a casino party, several casuals, and the annual New Orleans party. In intramural competition, Lambda Chi placed two men in the top ten intramural lists. Dan Bulla repeated as all- University wrestling champion in 1966. Robert Baker and Kirk Franklin won the all-University " B " tennis champion- ship. Active men on campus included David Lambert, Friars and president of the Texas Union ; Clif Drummond, president of the Students ' Association and Friars; Richard Romo, president of T Association and Friars; Rad Eanes, graduate school assemblyman; Sidney Lanier and Jim Derryberry, engineering school assemblymen, and Lafe Hill, 1967 Cactus associate editor. The fraternity was led by James Vinson Derrick, presi- dent; Harvey Radner Eanes, vice-president; Howard Wayne Craft, secretary; Robert Wayne Mims, treasurer; and David Joseph Jones, social chairman. Housemother was Mrs. Elizabeth Maynard. 2627 Wichita St. Below Left: Jennie MacKenzie, a Kappa Kappa Gamma, was named Crescent Girl at the White Rose formal. Below Right: A Lambda Chi battled for the basketball during an intramural game. L Top Row: Paul David Angenend, Robert Henry Baker, Joseph Er- nest Batson, Carlton Edward Bau- cum, Robert Ernest Baze, Calvin Bennett, David Richard Bowles, Daniel Nelson Bulla. Second Row: John David Busiek, Arch Miller Campbell, James Greenwood Carr, Charles Samuel Cotropia, Howard Wayne Craft, John Harold Davidson, Thomas Calvin Davis, John Marcus Day. Page 266 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA t,;-. J w i Top Row: Peter Watts Dean, James Vinson Derrick Jr., Michael Charles Devine, James Milton Dieterich, Lloyd Alton Doggett, Rene Lawrence Domingue II, Rich- ard Edward Dunn. Second Row: Harvey Radnor Eanes III, Philip Lawrence Eiserloh, David Wilson Flack, George Den- ton Folkes, Herbert Richard Gen- try, Sam Magruder Goldfarb, John McNab Grafius. Third Row: Robert Lee Gray, John Richard Grier, William Glen Hall, James Cooper Hibbetts, Robert Allen Higley, Lafe Dyson Hill, Charles Robert Hodges. Fourth Row: William Joseph Holt III, Steven Earl Hotchkiss, Harris Milton Howe, James Paul Hubbell, Jim Bob Hutcheson, Stephen Nel- son James, Sam Charles Johnson. Fifth Row: David Joseph Jones, Joe Mitchell Joplin, Stroud Carter Kel- ley, Ronald Dane Kennedy, Michael Armistead Klaveness, David Roy Lambert, William Andrew Lang. Sixth Row: Sidney Edward Lanier, Richard Wilson Leong Jr., Dwight Les Linsley, Clyde Lawrence Logue, Bert Vee Massey II, Richard Dixon Maxwell, David Edward Mayes. Seventh Row: David Marquis Meeker, Robert Edward Meeker Jr., Nick John Milosevich, Robert Wayne Minis, Ronald Lee Munden, John Marcus Myers, Thomas Ward Neal. Eighth Row: Robert Allen No- wotny, Henry Charles Oppermann, William Douglas Perry, Thomas Burkett Perryman, Reid Abbott Rector, Leonard Downs Reese HI, Charles Morrow Reid. Ninth Row: John David Reiff, Rob- ert Jay Reining, David William Ry- der, Jerry Charles Saegert, Joel Gartman ' Saegert, Jerry Wayne Scheibal, Steven Thomas Schleier. Tenth Row: Robert Eric Shaw, Robert Lynwood Smith, Johji Da- vid Tolk, Stephen Asher Walton, Edward Larry Wells, Ronald Har- .gis Wier, David Allen Young. Page 267 2300 Nueces. Last year on campus, Phi Delta Theta won the annual Aggie Wood-gathering Contest and participated in both the Aggie Sign Contest and University-sponsored Dimes Day. In the national Community Service Day sponsored by the fraternity, the Texas chapter placed second for repairing and painting the Austin Retarded Children ' s Home. In intramurals Phi Delta Theta placed second in fraternity division football league play and won second in league basketball play. Varsity Phi Delt athletes included seven football players, three basketball players, two swimmers, two trackmen, and one baseball player. Phi Delta Theta campus leaders were Joe Bob Kinsel, president of Posse; Bill Greenhill, vice-president of the Texas Union Speakers Committee; and Leigh Curry, arts and sciences assemblyman. The first fraternity on campus, Phi Delta Theta was char- tered locally in 1883, the year the University opened. It was founded nationally at Miami University in Ohio in 1848. Phi Delt officers were Charles William Tate, president; Marion Alfred Olson Jr., vice-president; Joe Bob Kinsel, secretary; Dwight Winslow Johnson, treasurer; Edwin Med- ley Payne, historian; George Michael DeGeurin and Douglas Stirling, rush captains. Ben B. McAndrew became president, and William Alfred Lang, treasurer, in the spring semester. Mrs. Charles E. Ward was fraternity housemother. Top Row: Jeff Wyatt Autrey, Thomas Henry Barnett III, Roy Alph Bechtol, William McKean Birdwell, George Scott Bishop, James Bernard Blackburn, Robert Brown Cameron. Second Row: Walter Wilcox Card- well III, John Harold Chapman Jr., Gilbert Clark Jr., Thomas Fuess Clark, Patrick Michael Coneway. David Picton Craig, Douglas Stir- ling Craig Jr. Third Row: Gaylon Lloyd Daugh- try, Ronald Dennis Dillee, Noble Webster Doss Jr., Robert Douglas Duncan, Scott C. Duncan, William McComb Dunwoody, William Henry Dwyer III. Fourth Row: Clayton Wentworth Eifler, David Rhodes Embry, Ste- phen Hadley Field, Tyrrell Lang- don Garth, James Collin George III, Robert Philip Goodwin, Wil- liam Duke Greenhill. Fifth Row: Thomas Harper III, James Norman Higgins, Ned Sweeney Holmes, Richard David Hoppstetter Jr., Howard David Hughes, Kenneth Michael Jastrow II, Alfred Lee Kaufman. f . ! ' mtfo flH Ji Page 268 PHI DELTA THETA ifv ft I Saturday afternoon proved a perfect time for a pledge car wash. Top Row: William Ellwood Keeney Jr., Joe Bob Kinsel, Charles Alli- son Kuper, George F. Kutzschbach, Roger Carl Leinert, James Lloyd Lovell, James Martin McLaughlin. Second Row: Clyde Brunell Mel- ville Jr., Edwin Dyer Moore, Hom- er John Moore, James Graham Moses, George Woodward Oge, Carl Rushing Olson, Marion Alfred Olson Jr. Third Row: Edwin Medley Payne, David William Perry, Thomas An- thony Peterson, Peter Petkas, Leon Louis Petty Jr., Danny Gale Pol- lard, Danny Rugeley Price. Fourth Row: Kenneth Robert Rich- ardson, Jef C. Russell, Dale Garri- son Sands, John Thomas Schieffer, Robert Holloway Simmons, Roland Edward Sledge Jr., Jefferies Car- diff Suttles. Fifth Row: John Stovall Teutsch, David Homer Thornberry, Terry W. Throckmorton, Michael Eric Trapp, John Charles Vehlow, George Waverly Vest Jr., Robert Earle Wehmeyer Jr. Sixth Row: Leo James Welder Jr., Presley Ewing Werlein III, William Meade Wheless, Gerald Michael Wilson, Robert Carson Wilson HI, William Andrew Wright, George White Zeluff. Page 269 Phi Gamma Delta won the " A " basketball championship, defeating UCLA. Active in social projects, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity was host to three groups of children throughout the year for a Halloween party, a Christmas party, and a third party co-sponsored with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Other events were a picnic at Barton Springs and an exhibition football game. On campus, the fraternity entered the Aggie Sign Contest and the pledges won the grand trophy for Dimes Day activities. Phi Gamma Delta won the basketball championship and was runner-up in golf in intramural sports. Members active in varsity sports were Gene Bledsoe, Greg Lott, David Jefferies, Dick Watt, Randy Hudson, Jim Graham, Ken Tarleton and Andy White, football; Noel Stout, basket- ball; and Frank Filtsch, Kelly Scott, Bob Snoddy, Hutch Hubby, and Baker Montgomery, baseball. Seven Fiji ' s, in- cluding two who received all-Southwest Conference ratings, were members of the freshman football team. Fiji activity men on campus included nine Texas Cowboys with David Roark serving as foreman, nine Silver Spurs, six members of Freshman Council, and two assemblymen, Lee Pfluger and Tom Gillilarid. Leading the fraternity were Roy A. Herberger, president; Tom Jackson, corresponding secretary; Ernest Harris Cockrell, recording secretary; and David Alan Ott, treasurer. Spring officers were Harold David Herndon, Al Haggard, David Clarence Bland, and Frank Michael Wood, respectively. Mrs. Mary Pryor was housemother. Top Row: H. Kirby Atwood Jr., Kenneth Richard Bains, David Clarence Bland, Randy Mack Bish- op, William Price Boone, Robert Ashe Bridges, Mace Lain Brindley. Second Row: James Clay Brown, Ben Deckard Browning, John Bow- den Connally III, Thomas G. Croft, Danny Godfrey Davis, Robert Ta rry Edwards, John Thomas Fenoglio. Third Row: Alan Charles Fielder, Larry Harp Frederick, Ford Rut- land Hale, Robert Lewis Harbison, Clyde Lee Hargrove, Roy Alphonse Herberger Jr., Stephen Roper Hol- land. Fourth Row: Charles Marshall Huey Jr., George Griffin Hughes III, Daniel Edwards Jenkins III, Mark Schering Jenkins, Wiley Junior Jinkins III, Carl Axel John- son Jr., Richard Barry Johnsori, Thomas Baines Johnson. 1 " r " i 7 ?7. cj f- J ' - ' Page 270 PHI GAMMA DELTA Top Row: William Edward Junell Jr., Stephen Gayle Knowles, Gary Lionel Koehl, T. James Lawhon, Richard Edward LeBlanc, Richard Gordon Martin, Ernest Lee Mcln- tyre II, Dan Howard McLeland. Second Row: Carl Baker Mont- gomery, Ronald James Muns, Carl Davidson Newton, David Moseley Oliver, David Alan Ott, Scott Schreiner Parker, Albert Joel Part- low, Addison Lee Pfluger. Third Row: James Stephen Quinn, George Edwin Rail, Frank Nicholas Rife, Dan Max Roark, David Tux- worth Roark, John Hurd Runge, Craig Timothy Scott, Robert Harv- ey Sewell. Fourth Row: Charles Russell Spar- enberg, Robert Noel Stout, John Edward Strater, James Scott Su- song, Alvin Thaggard III, William Kenneth Thurmond, James Richard Treptow, Michael Cain Turner. Fifth Row: Lonnie Nye Walthall, Albert Washington West IV, H. Philip Whitworth, Gordon Doug- las Wiley, Robert Joseph Wilson, Thornton Lane Wolters, Frank Mi- chael Wood, Russell Scott Yankee. Left: At Christmas, the Phi Gams hosted a party for a group of local orphans. Right: 300 West 27th. Beer and brotherhood accented Phi Psi rush activities. Fall activities of Phi Kappa Psi centered around campus elections with the fraternity supporting John Lindemood for CBA freshman class president and Mike Hoffman for arts and sciences assemblyman. Members also participated in Varsity Carnival and Representative Party. Entering Sing- Song, the fraternity sang with Alpha Delta Pi sorority in the mixed division. In intramurals, Phi Kappa Psi participated in football and basketball, both teams placing high in their leagues. Phi Psi ' s also entered the Softball, golf, handball, bowling, swim- ming, and tennis divisions. Members active on Longhorn athletic teams included Charles Owens and Alan Moravcik, varsity football; Gregg Waddill, varsity swimming; Buddy Hamilton, varsity golf; and Allen Waddell, freshman golf. Mel Phillips served on the selection committee for Inter- Disciplinary Retreat and other members were active in Freshman Council, the Student-Faculty Committee, and other campus organizations. The Texas Alpha chapter of Phi Kappa Psi was formed on the University campus on Oct. 27, 1904. The first national chapter was organized in 1852 at Jefferson College, Cannonsburg, Pa. The local chapter was led by Henry Porter Boardman, president; Alan Michael Hoffman, vice-president; Richard Aldrich Riley, B.C.; Gregg Cooper Waddill III, P.; Gary Dean Sullivan, pledge trainer; Melvin Eugene Phillips Jr., Interfraternity Council representative; and Mark Nicholas Hardeman, rush captain. Top Row: David Edwin Anderson, Wade Hampton Beesley, Richard Lee Billingsley, Wynne Allen Blair, Henry Porter Boardman, Lennox Corley Bower Jr., Russell William Brinkman, Loyal Jeffer- son Galley. Second Row: William Avery Col- lier, William Gerard Creagh, Ian Laurence Cupaioli, Robert Henry Dooley, Billy Wayne Doornbos, Ronald David Dupree, James Wil- liam Elles, Lawrence Cameron El- liott. Third Row: William Oron Free- man Jr., Cyrus Jefferson Gardner, Raymond Ernest Goodman, Geof- frey Gait Graydon, Donald Richard Grobowsky, Mark Nicholas Harde- man, Charles Scranton Harrington, Barry Foster Hartt. Fourth Row: Jonny Carter Hodell, Alan Michael Hoffman, Robert Vance Holland Jr., Randall Howard Hollis, Robert Dewey Kirmse, Wil- liam Lester Langdon, Timothy Joseph Large, John B. Lindemood. p 9 i f i ' i A r n Page 272 PHI KAPPA PSI Top Wotti; Gus N. Linthicum, Jackson Davis Logan, John David Maddox, James Kent Malernee Jr., Kenneth Richard Matthews, Jona- than Chase McEvoy Jr., John Bu- ford Meadows, Richard Gara Melms. Second Row: Robert William Mor- ford, James T. Ormand, David Lee Penick, John Stewart Perry Jr., Brian Owen Peterson, Mel Eugene Phillips Jr., Terry A. Prater, Joseph Dan Prihoda. Third Row: Stephen McCabe Pur- cell Jr., Ronald Lee Rhea, John Strother Richardson, Gary Roland Rodgers, Hugh Bennett Ruckman III, Borden Glenn Seaberry, Bruce Truax Skelton, Don Edward Small. Fourth Row: Steven Grayson Smith, William Stephen Smith, Henry Gates Steen Jr., John Kurt Stephen, John Emmett Stokes, Rhett Stone, Gary Dean Sullivan, Jack Lon Teverbaugh. Fifth Row: George M. Vaught, Gordon Edward Vaught, Allen Reeder Waddell, Gregg Cooper Waddill, James Eugene Ward, Richard Wayne Whaley, Stephen Terrence Winn, Robert Richard Wright. - ft -ft Page 273 711 West 22%. Below: Decorated with balloons and streamers, the Phi Kappa Sigma recreation room vibrated with the sounds of the band and dancing feet. The most important activity of the year for Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity was the dedication of its new house on Oct. 15, 1966, in conjunction with the fraternity ' s national Founders ' Day celebration. The approximately 85 people attending the function heard the national president of Phi Kappa Sigma give the keynote address. Campus activities brought the fraternity two awards: first place in the men ' s division of the Aggie Sign Contest for their " Orange Baron " entry, and a third-place award in the mixed division of Sing-Song for their presentation with Delta Zeta sorority. Founded nationally in 1850 at the University of Penn- sylvania, the local Sigma chapter was given its charter Feb. 15, 1941. Local officers included Charles Joseph Zubarik, alpha; John H. Garner, beta; Kim Dee Wheless, pi; Ronald Wil- liam Massey, iota; and Chester Lee Wheless, tau. Fraternity housemother was Mrs. Maurine Rue. Page 274 PHI KAPPA SIGMA " Hfe. I, 7 " op ?;. Derwood Neal Banister, Joe Tom Bouchier, Fred Lewis Brown III, Nelson Allen Byman, Stephen Earl Cloud, Jerry Alan DeVault, Travis Vaughn Doughty. Second Row: Donald H. Eller, Kenneth Charles Emery, Charles Leigh Eppright, James Milton Fechtel, John H. Garner, Delbert Ivan Hawkins, William Glyn Hearn Jr. Third Row: Donald Edward Herr- mann, Lowell Thomas Higgins, Michael Andrew Jordan, Benzel Christopher MacMaster, Larry Bry- ant Mallow, Ronald William Mas- sey, Claud Edmond Matney. Fourth Row: William Donald Max- well, John Ames Mead, Carroll David Mosley, Kenneth Clarke Oli- vier, Charles Allen Poer, Adolphus Taylor Pohlman, Daniel Anton Po- korney. Fifth Row: Richard Earl Ponder, James Benjamin Potter, Ulon Willis Rankin Jr., Elmer William Reichert III, Albert Rodman Searcy, Rodney Errol Senterfitt, Alan R. Stahlman. Sixth Row: Thomas Michael Ton- kin, Luther Milam Watson, Chester Lee Wheless Jr., Kim Dee Wheless, David Michael Williams, George Freese Wroten, William Crawford Young, Charles Joseph Zubarik. Phi Kappa Sigma won third place in the 1966 Sing-Song mixed division with Delta Zeta sorority. Page 275 OKT Active in many phases of campus life, Phi Kappa Tau won first place in the fraternity division at Sing-Song with its medley of fraternity songs. " The Executioner, " spon- sored by Phi Taus. terrorized campus in the Dimes Day Monster Man Contest. The spontaneously organized mariachi band, " The Marijuana Brass, " played on campus during elections and at the chapter house for match parties. Parties varied from the sublime to the ridiculous, built around themes of the Jolly Green Giant, A " Grave " Affair, and a railroad party. Phi Kappa Tau intramural teams brought the fraternity high in cumulative points with victories in football, baseball and tennis. The chapter also won the divisional title in basketball and placed Dick Ewing in " A " tennis semi- finals and Jim Damron in " B " tennis finals. Brothers and pledges of Phi Kappa Tau were active in many honoraries: five members were admitted to Phi Eta Sigma and four to Alpha Epsilon Delta and Phi Lambda Upsilon. Phi Taus also participated in the Longhorn Band and Kappa Kappa Psi. Founded locally in 1943, the Beta Alpha chapter was led in the fall by Joseph Sidney Fletcher, president; George Wheeler Richards, vice-president; Charles Edwin Blank, secretary; Lawrence Sullivan Ross V, treasurer; and Terry Lee Belt, ECMAL. The spring executive committee was directed by Raymond John Martin, president; Richard Edward Ewing, vice-president; David Traeger Griffin, sec- retary: John Cavett McDuff, treasurer; and Charles Edwin Blank, ECMAL. The fraternity sweetheart was Jane Gil- breath, a member of the newly organized auxiliary. Mrs. Ruth Halligan was housemother. Top: 2804 Rio Grande. Right: Phi Kappa Tau captured the first place award in fraternity division of the 1966 Sing-Song. Top Row: Robert Joseph Abresch II, Horace Glen Anderson Jr., Paul Thomas Barr, William Edwin Becker, Terry Lee Belt, Ronald Wayne Blake. Second Row: Charles Edwin Blank, Charles Howard Boone, Stephen Alan Bux, Robert M. Clark Jr., Steven Cyril Cox ' , Roger Bruce Cramer. Third Row: James Stewart Dam- ron, Antonio Manuel Diaz Jr., Ronald Dale Eads, Richard Ed- ward Ewing, James Michael File, Travis Dean Froehlich, Joseph Henry Gallagher. t st Page 276 t PHI KAPPA TAU g} Ml as iP-4 Top Row: Steven Roger Gideon, James David Godfrey, Robert Wayne Goodman, David Traeger Griffin, John Wallace Grigshy, Raphael Knud Hansen, Lloyd Christian Hershbefger. Second Row: Jerry Clyde Hogan, J. Fred Hoge III, John Roger Huf- nagle, Russell Alan Johnston, Phillip Dale Kasparek, John Mi- chael Krippel, William A. Kuchar Jr. Third Row: Robert Charles Lei- brock, James Morgan Livingston, Raymond John Martin Jr., John Cavett McDuff, Thomas Bruce Meinke, Jon Wayne Meyer, Richard Joseph Morey. Fourth Row: Jerry Lee Morgan, George S. Nalle III, William How- ard Peirson Jr., Bruce John Pond- er, George Wheeler Richards, Law- rence Sullivan Ross V, John Ran- dolph Sims. Fifth Row: David Preston Somers, Donald Benjamin Stough, Charles Edward Ward, Patrick James Will- son, William Arthur Wilson, Floyd G. Wren Jr., Frank Andre Ylinen. The Phi Kappa Taus challenged their dates to their annual powderpuff football game. Page 277 Active in community service, the men of Phi Theta fra- ternity delivered baskets of food and clothing to several families at Christmas as well as giving a party for the altar boys of Our Lady of Guadalupe parish. Fraternity members also were active in Varsity Carnival. Dimes Day, Campus Chest, and other projects whose proceeds go to local char- ities. Socially, Phi Kappa Theta had a well-rounded calendar with the Christmas semiformal in December, the Sweet- heart Dance in the spring, and many band and pool parties throughout the year. Members active on campus included Charles Buerschinger, Representative Party delegate, freshman tutorial program, and Interfraternity Council representative; Marvin Mikeska, Fine Arts Committee; Allan DuBois, Army ROTC battalion commander; and Tom Van Hoose, Union Dance Committee. Phi Kappa Theta, founded nationally on April 29, 1889, at Brown University, began locally as the Catholic Fra- ternal Organization in 1956, becoming a national chapter in April, 1959. Officers for the fraternity were Michael K. Sutherlin, president; Charles Albert Buerschinger, vice-president; David Nolan, secretary; Marvin Roy Mikeska, treasurer; Thomas Arnold Van Hoose, sergeant-at-arms ; and Steven Bernardoni, historian. Mrs. George Pickens was housemother and Gwen Wells, fraternity sweetheart. Top: 2107 Nueces. Center: Gwen Wells was presented the sweet- heart pin at the annual sweetheart dance. Right: Phi Kapp a Thetas toasted the New Year premature- ly at a Christmas formal. t i t. c f Page 278 PHI KAPPA THETA 7 " op Row: Stephen Louis Bernar- doni, James William Brink, Clif- ford John Brott Jr., Charles Al- bert Buerschinger, Allan Keith DuBois, Emilio Gerardo Dutari. Second Row: Osbaldo Garza Jr., Robert Edward Hall, Michael James Hanley, Edgar R. Jeter, Lawson William Magruder III, Ronald Kenneth Matelske. Third Row: Marvin Roy Mikeska Jr., Mark A. Mueller, David Thomas Nolan, William Henry Pedro, John Ziek Pickens, James Michael Pugh. Fourth Row: Joseph Christopher Ransom, Michael Keaney Suther- lin, William Harry Sutton, Thomas Arnold Van Hoose, Lawrence Hey- wood Wecsler, Michael Joseph Westergren. Members of Phi Kappa Theta congratulated Gwen Wells, their newly crowned sweetheart. Page 279 Phi Sigma Delta battled with Kappa Alpha in the semifinals of fraternity basketball intramurals. Receiving the President ' s Cup as the top Phi Sigma Delta chapter in the country for the second consecutive year, the Lambda chapter ranked high in scholastic achievements, participation in student government and campus activities, and intramurals. Scholastically, the chapter placed fifth and the pledge class second among all fraternities on campus for the entire year with Robert Totz being initiated into Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Sigma Delta parties included a ski party, Pat O ' Brien party. Nuevo Laredo party, playboy party, and several match parties. In intramural activities. Phi Sigma Delta won their league in " A " volleyball, won the fraternity division of slow pitch softball, and placed second in University Softball. Phi Sigs also participated in football, basketball, water-basketball, tennis, and ping-pong. Phi Sig student government men included Barry Margolis, vice-president of Interfraternity Council, CBA assemblyman; Vic Rogers, CBA assemblyman; and Stan Eisenberg, presi- dent of Representative Party. Chartered in 1920, the fraternity was led last year by Donald Nagel Westheimer, master f rater; Steven Ernest Raphael, vice-master f rater; Leigh Stewart Galatzan, record- ing secretary; Larry Arnold Krasner, corresponding secre- tary: Rich ' ard Lee Bernstein, treasurer; and Gary Alan Cohen and Edwin B. Freedman, rush captains. Fraternity housemother was Mrs. David Miller. Top Row: Mickey David Altman, Robert David Axelrod, Harry Abe Bassist Jr., Marc P. Bernat, Rich- ard A. Bernat, Richard Lee Bern- stein, Mark Wulfahrt Blankfield, Mark Blumenthal. Second Row: Michael Allen Biier, Kenneth Hunt Bruder, Michael Ar- thur Cohen, Michael Elliott David- off, Larry Eichenbaum, Stanley Jay Eisenberg, Michael Eugene Ep- stein. Third Row: Ronald Bruce Feld- man, Alan Jay Finegold, Randolph Finkelstein, Philip Howard Fleck- man, Gilbert E. Fox, Edwin Freed- man, Leigh Stewart Galatzan, Ira Bairn Gershner, James Charles Gordon. Fourth Row: Gerald Marks Goren, Sheldon Pailet Goren, David Green- field Jr., Harry Richard Haikin, Marc Smith Her stein, Albert Linz Hirsch, Lewis Perry Hoffer, Robert Phillip Hurst. Page 280 PHI SIGMA DELTA Top ?o;: Paul Hyman Jr., Samuel Robert Katz, Jeff Kline, Larry Arnold Krasner, Phillip Victor Ladin, Mark Jeffrey Lerman, Ken- neth E. Levy. Second Row: Kenneth Jay Levy, Barry Howard Margolis, Larry Al- len Margolis, Ronald Alan Mar- golis, Alan Marc Miller, Kenneth Bruce Novorr, Paul Rick Oshman. Third Row: Robert Mark Phillips, Charles Robert Racusin, Steven Ernest Raphael, Frederic Daniel Roberts, Victor Joe Rogers, Jay Gilbert Sacks, Jack Sarfati. Fourth Row: Mike Sarfati, Michael David Scheiner, Joseph Mayer Schwartz, Arthur David Schwarz III, David Senior, Robert Gordon Shoss, Paul Louis Silverman. Fifth Row: Samuel H. Simkin, Rob- ert Samuel Simon, Robert Allan Solomon, Steven Franklin Spiritas, Stephen Barton Terry, Jeffrey Train, Richard Alan Wallenstein, Donald Nagel Westheimer. 2626 Speedway. Page 281 2708 Salado. Below: Phi Sigs entertained guests at one of their match parties. Signs of various sorts were an important aspect of the past year for Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. In the 1966 Varsity Carnival, the chapter won not only an award for their film but also a trophy for the best publicity. Members also participated in the Aggie Sign Contest and built nu- merous spirit signs with various sororities throughout the year. Devoting spring registration week each year to work with Austin charities, the Phi Sigma Kappa pledge class this year helped with the repair work on the Austin Retarded Chil- dren ' s Home. Pledges also took part in the annual Dimes Day activities. The social calendar last year was accented with the annual Roaring Twenties party. Other annual social events included the Christmas semiformal, the Moonlight Girls formal in March, and the annual ski trip to Taos during the spring break. Match parties and pre-game buffets rounded out the calendar. Phi Sigma Kappa placed among the top ten in the num- ber of accumulated victory points in intramural sports. The fraternity also won second place in the fraternity division of bowling and placed high in its leagues in football and bas- ketball. Members competing on Longhorn athletic teams in- cluded three baseball players, two tennis players, and one swimmer, along with several members of the freshman track and basketball teams. Phi Sigma Kappa officers were Cameron Edward Henry, president; John Burton Knight, vice-president; John Ross Avent, treasurer; Charles Henry Scott inductor; and Clinton Edward Dillion, sentinel. Housemother was Mrs. Gladys Leighty, and fraternity sweetheart was Beverly Kay Enderle, Delta Delta Delta. ! m i I t Top Row: Robert Denton Adams, John Ross Avent, William David Bayless, Bill Jackson Bishop Jr., Robert Sanders Bradley, Dale Clay Bullough, Robert Eugene Bunce. Second Row: Raymond Joseph Campion, Gil Bruce Carter, John Warren Gates, John Thomas Chat- mas, Robert Harris Cleveland, Samuel Anthony Corpora, Jesson Couch Cowart. Third Row: Thomas Allen Curry, Douglas Major Day, Clinton Ed- ward Dillion Jr., Thomas Milton Droke, Michael Dunlap, Barry Lynn Elliott. ' - Page 282 PHI SIGMA KAPPA ' Top Won;: Thomas Boyd Farley, William Harry Fisher, Wesley Woodrow Green, Albert Carl Henry, Cameron Edward Henry, BradJey Edmond Herbert, Jon Pey- ton Hudlow. Second Row: Philip Cater Joseph, Sheppard Williams King, Jan Mi- chael Klinck, Duane Neil Kline, John Burton Knight, Alexander Ralph Kulas, Frank John Laird. Third Row: Daniel Bruce Madden, William Brett Maxwell, Richard Wiley Mayder, Howard Brian Moore, Thomas Paisley Nelms Jr., Patrick William O ' Neil, Robert Rae Patterson. Fourth Row: Gerald Patrick Pfeif- fer, James Nathan Ross, Eric Con- rad Schaffer, William Philip Schoenfield, Charles Henry Scott, Douglas Cameron Sims, Donald Mi- chael Taylor. Fifth Row: William Raymond Walsh, Wayne Thomas Weber, Clif- ford Caswell Whitney III, Kenneth Edward Willmann, Vance J. Wil- son, James Aubrey Wortham, Rob- ert David Wynn. Practicing on school nights, Phi Sigma Kappa prepared for Sing-Song. Page 283 Pi Kappa Alpha members participated in men ' s intramural volleyball. IIKA Social life for Pi Kappa Alpha was accented this year by an Italian Fiesta Party with Delta Delta Delta sorority, a Swamp Party match with Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, a Christmas party, a Roaring Twenties party with Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, a Luau with the Pi Beta Phis, and matches with the Delta Gammas and Alpha Chi Omegas. Dream Girl Vicki Manchester, Zeta Tau Alpha, was crowned at the formal held at Fiesta Gardens. In intramurals, Pikes won their league in football and placed second in basketball, baseball, and bowling. Out- standing intramural athletes were Roger Cude and Bill King. Singing with the Pi Beta Phi sorority, Pi Kappa Alpha won the mixed division in Sing-Song for 1966, participated in Campus Chest, and had a picnic for the children of the Settlement Home. Men of PiKA active on campus included Stan McLelland, president of the Order of Alcalde and Texas Student Publi- cations Board of Directors; Tom Gentry, Outstanding Stu- dent and Silver Spurs; Doug Phelan, Silver Spurs; D. Hilton, vice-president of Posse and Order of Alcalde; Ed Hyman, Student Engineering Council president and Engineering Assembly; Dennis Withers, Student Engineering Council president; and Jim Boon, sophomore class president of CBA. Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was started on the University of Virginia campus on March 1, 1868. The local Beta Mu chapter was formed on Feb. 25, 1920. Officers for the fall were Johnny W. Cook, SMC ; William Jackson Gardner, IMC; Halbert Owen Woodward, ThC; James Douglas Phelan, rush captain; and Tommy Jordan Gentry, pledge trainer. Spring officers were Wilburn D. Hilton Jr., SMC; Frank Lawrence Loyd, IMC; Kenneth Adam Kattawar, ThC; John Byron Carberry, rush captain; and James Carroll Boon, pledge trainer. PiKA housemother was Mrs. Jane Young. Top Row: Hal N. Anderson, Ken- ny Mac Baird, James Carroll Boon, John Byron Carberry, Dennis Ed- ward Clark, Willard William Clark, Philip Louis Daily. Second Row: Rupert Dean Delle- ney, Tommy Glynn Emmons, Don- ald Royce Flournoy, Gary Lee Gardner, Thomas Jordan Gentry, James Samuel Groves, Gary F. Guenthner. Third Row: David Ray Gustafson, Morris Don Hairston, Larry Alan Hamilton, Martin Benjamin Hard- in Jr., Claude M. Henkel III, Wil- burn D. Hilton, John Scott Hodg- son. Page 284 PI KAPPA ALPHA Top Row: Jim Ray Hudson, Greg- ory Lynn Jones, James Lester Jones, Kenneth Adam Kattawar, Ross Parker Kennedy, Carl William King, Matthew Ferdinand Kreisle III, William Harrison Landry. Second Row: Veldon Lawla Lera- ens, Murray Mark Lesher, Frank Lawrence Loyd III, James Harry Lyons, Kenneth Edwin Mash, Wil- liam McDuffie McAfee, Guy Victor McNallie III, James Davis Men- denhall. Third Row: Barry LeNeil Miller, George Henry Neill, Brian Burn- ham Newberry, James Lee Over- ton, Carl Joseph Panzarella, Ran- dall Lawrence Perry, Ronald Henry Reynolds, Evans Swann Rutledge. Fourth Row: Robert Clive Savage, Stephen Dane Seibert, Timothy Gene Springstun, Richard Dean Van Vliet, Steve Eric Van VJiet, Richard Kent Waddell Jr., Eric Lane Westerman, Gary Don Whit- lock. Fifth Row: Randolph Kimble Whit- tington, Joseph Patrick Wicker, John Lawrence Williams, Rabun Thomas Wilson III, Darrell Brent Windham, Dennis Harry Withers, Reed Glenn Wood, Jon William Worley. IV ; 2400 Leon. Above: Pikes and their dates celebrated at a back-to-school party in February. Page 285 2AE Active in campus activities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon entered the Aggie Sign Contest, Dimes Day, Varsity Carnival, and Round-Up, and participated in Sing-Song with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. The Pi Beta Phi sorority pledge class joined the SAE pledges to make a sign-in promotion of Dads ' Day. In community service, the chapter sponsored their seventh annual Christmas party and ninth annual Easter party for the Pan-American underprivileged children. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was second runner-up in intramural football and participated in track, bowling, volleyball, swim- ming, wrestling, and baseball. Active SAE ' s on campus included George Works, Pete Ethridge, Jim Langdon, Don Evans, Joe Lea, and Craig Stripling, Texas Cowboys; Ronnie Bowyer, Silver Spurs and CBA Executive Council; Harry Smith, CBA Committee assemblyman; Ron Henley and Ben Baldwin, Alpha Delta Sigma; and three members of Phi Eta Sigma. Varsity ath- letes were Chris Simmons and Mike Reeves, football; Billy Arnold and Larry Lake, basketball; Jim Langdon, tennis; Bryan Barry, wrestling; and Jack Vaughan, baseball. The largest national fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon was led locally last year by Ronald T. Henley, fall eminent archon; Jarnes Hughie Holland, spring eminent archon; Craig Stripling, eminent deputy archon; Ronald Mac Bow- yer, house manager; David Jack Sloan, eminent treasurer; and Robert Jay White, social chairman. Mrs. Sam R. Murphy was housemother, and Kenny Lynn Griffith, the fraternity sweetheart. Top Row: William Van Woert Ab- bott, Jonathan Mack Barbara, James Olivers Barnes, Bryan Wil- liam Barry, Joseph Chaffin Ben- son, Marvin Alan Bergstrom, Curt- is Graham Briggs, Barrett Keith Brown. Second Row: Robert Edward Campbell, William Thomas Catter- ton, George Krueger Covert, Doug- las Coan Crowell, David Johnson Cunningham, David Allen Dean, William Clayborne Duvall, Dan Kelly Eidman. Third Row: John Ernest El lard III, William Charles Ellwood, Rob- ert Weston Eutsler, Donald Louis Evans, Max Robert Eversberg, Mark James Hanna, William Brad- ford Hardie Jr., Curtis Patrick Harkins Jr. Fourth Row: Robert Alan Hatch- er, Elliott Lee Higgins Jr., James Hughie Holland, Mark Thomas Kahlich, William Latz Kinard, Da- vid Sloan Kritser III, John Graves Lanford, James Rex Lemert. 2414 Pearl. f Bl f i %AJr t J fl O ft c pi ICfp, 13 - % .L., i . 3v ' hk r Page 286 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON i a Cj C T Top Row: James Edward Loar Jr., Francis Jules Lund, John Thomas Malone, Earl Halbert Maxon, Bruce Hal Miner, Robert Arthur Moorman, George Poe Morrill, Robert Dobbs Morrow. Second Row: Richard Dow Mur- ray, Laurence Bosworth Neuhaus, James Lee Norman, Charles Rich- ter Ofner, Dennis Patrick O ' Rourke, David Wilson Pace, Jack Lucien Parker, Adrian Ivan Patton. Third Row: Jerome Joe Penning- ton, Brian David Ranelle, Robert Brant Rowland, Robert Stephen Shanks, William Henry Sharp, Robert William Shaw, Allan Shiv- ers Jr., Robert Harry Smith. Fourth Row: James Richard Steeg, Craig Stripling, James Clyde Stroud, Arthur Freels Terry, Wil- liam Burke Thoman Jr., Gary Rowe Thomas, Benjamin Richard Thomason III, Roger Lynn Vann. Fifth Row: Jack Murchison Vaughan, Richard Allen Vaughan, Steven Lee Wayland, James Lee Weber, Richard Dawson Willis, Terry A. Willis, Keith Douglas Wright, David Ebeling Wynne. Sigma Alpha Epsilon entered the 1966 Greek-sponsored Sing-Song with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Page 287 Members of Sigma Alpha Mu entertained rushees during the fall Rush Week period. Below: 2501 Leon. 2AM Ranking fourth in fraternity scholarship for 1966, Sigma Alpha Mu had two members admitted into- Phi Beta Kappa. In community service, the Sammy pledge class assisted the Children ' s School for the Mentally Retarded, and made do- nations to worthwhile causes. The Sammies ranked fourth in the 1966 intramural list, won the University Division in bowling, placed second in the University in handball, placed two men on the fall top ten intramural list, and had three intramural managers. Sammies active on campus were Jary A. Glazer, treasurer of Interfraternity Council and Texas Cowboy strawboss; Kenneth M. Karotkin. varsity swimmer; Robert M. Herman, Longhorn handball team, and members in Texas Cowboys, Silver Spurs, APO, and scholastic honoraries. Sigma Theta chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu, founded Oct. 14, 1922, was awarded the Jimmy Hammerstein Award last year for being the top Sammie chapter in the Southwest province and was fourth in the nation. Nationally, Sigma Alpha Mu was established at the College of the City of New York on Nov. 26, 1909. Sigma Alpha Mu was led by Robert Mack Herman, president; Stephen H. Brody and William Joseph Meyers, vice-presidents; Berny Fred Rothchild, secretary; and Ben D. Tobor and James Jay Herman, treasurers. Housemother was Mrs. Helen Bauman. Page 288 fcaui] SIGMA ALPHA MU 7 " op Row: Myron David Aftergut, Barry Sloan Bakst, Stephen Jay Baum, Robi Herman Bendorf, Phillip Gabriel Brant, Harvey Brent Dushkin, Jeffrey Howard Friedman, Martin Gross Friedman. Second Row: Henry Goldberg, Michael Howard Grossfeld, Ed- ward Keith Gurinsky, James Jay Herman, Herbert Arthur Holman, Jerry K. Horowitz, Warren Neal Kaman, Kenneth Mark Karotkin. Third Row: Alan Frank Katzberg, Kenneth Fred Kopel, Charles Jay Lewis, Henry Lee Luskey, William Joseph Meyers, Ronald Stephen Mintz, Jeffrey Lynn Novy, Gary W. Orloff. Fourth Row: Donald Shaw Pass- man, Jerry Steven Peisner, Mark Bernard Penner, Mickey Byron Penner, David H. Prager, Ronald Jay Ruby, Marshal Stanton Sabel, Jay Neil Schapira. Fi th Row: Charles Harold Schik- muii, Terry Wayne Schnell, Lewis Dane Schwartz, Howard Shapiro, Ben David Tobor, Harvey Alan Weisblat, Ronald Arthur Weiss, Charles Martin Wender, Paul Bar- ry Zubowski. Sammies tested the jukebox before a Saturday afternoon casual. Page 289 A Sigma Chi disguised as Lady Godiva entered the annual Derby Day costume contest. Community projects for Sigma Chi fraternity included annual Derby Day activities and a Christmas party for children at St. John ' s Day School, given with Delta Delta Delta sorority. Proceeds from Derby Day contest, in which sororities competed for a trophy, were donated to Campus Chest. A party that night featuring " The Five Americans " climaxed the day ' s events. Among Sigma Chi ' s active men on campus were .Anthony Constant, student assemblyman; Wilson Jaeggli, Rowel Class president in Silver Spurs ; Schuyler Marshall, member of the Posse Selection Committee; John Posey, Tau Beta Pi and Omicron Delta Kappa honorary leadership fraternity; three Freshman Council advisers; and two members of Texas Cowboys. Scholastically, Bill Driscoll was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and six members were admitted to Phi Eta Sigma. Chapter officers were Wayne Stevens Smith, president; Warren Nelson Dold, vice-president; Cullen Rogers Looney, secretary; Schuyler Bailey Marshall, rush captain; and Ken- neth Courtenay McAlpin, pledge trainer. Mrs. Genevieve Mauzy was Sigma Chi housemother. s t, is t V I t 8 Top Row: Randolph Dallas Addi- son, Wayne Benson Alexander, Andrew Nelson Avery, Gary Tim Aynesworth, Richard Nathan Azar, Stephen Chris Bahm. Russell War- ren Baity. Second Row: Thomas A. Best, John Stanton Binney, James Lee Burke, Robert Willis Carson, Davis S. Chase, Norton Anderson Colvin, Daniel Layne Craig. Third Rota: Irving Neilson Davis, Ronald M. Davis, Warren Nelson Dold, William Dan Driscoll, Mi- chael R. Dunkle, Michael Cun- nard Dworaczyk, David Ban- Fer- Fourth Row: David Anthony Fer- titta, Kenneth Thomas Fibich, Ray Munn Fitzgerald, John Erik Gang- stad, Clark Holland Garvin, Dennis Greer, Stephen M. Hackerman. Fifth Row: Alvin Wayne Hahn, Michael Martin Hanna, Michael Dunlap Harper, Roy Clark Harris, Louis Albert Henson, Malone Vin- cent Hill, Alan Richard Holman. ' 4 Page 290 SIGMA CHI ' Top Row: Charles Lee Howell, Thomas Richard Hudson, Michael Robinson Irwin, John Douglas Ivey, Walter Kurt Juncker Jr., Charles Frank Kallina III, Ken- neth Ross Kessler, E. Russell Lambert III. Second Row: Robert Wesley Lam- bert, David Bryan Leavell, Albert Bryan Lewter Jr., Thomas Allen Locheed, Cullen Rogers Looney, Christopher Barry Malick, Paul Driscoll Mallory, Steven Reed Maness. Third Row: William Sherman Mar- maduke, Schuyler Bailey Marshall, Kenneth Courtenay McAlpin, Peter Alan McAlpin, Randall Baker Mc- Lelland Jr., Dave E. McNeill III, Jack Bryan McWilliams, Richard Edgar Nicholson. Fourth Row: Paul James Peters, Robert Lindell Ramey, Ronald Wayne Ramey, Paul Cutler Ran- dolph, Hart Eugene Schleicher, Wilson Joe Seldon Jr., John Charles Sewell, Stephen James Shook. Fifth Row: Marshall Leroy Smith Jr., Wayne Stevens Smith, Richard Mason Snow, John V e r n o n Stainpes, Stanley King Taylor, James Allen Thompson, Emmett Eugene Wassell Jr., Linden Rich- ards Welsch. Left: A helping hand was lent to entrants in the Sigma Chi limbo contest. Right: 2701 Nueces. Page 291 The calendar of social events for Sigma Nu included a Christmas and spring formal, a Mother ' s Day banquet, Sweetheart breakfast at Round-Up for visiting Southwest Conference Sweethearts, the annual barbecue, and the eight- ieth anniversary celebration. Sigma Nu ' s active on campus included five Silver Spurs, president of Young Republicans, two Friars, two student assemblymen, three Texas Cowboys, one Posse member, and the Texas-OU Dance chairman. Active in University ath- letics, Sigma Nu had Danny Abbott, Tommy Souders, and Craig Jolley on the varsity football team. Track members included Brian Woolsey, Charles Clifton, and Craig Zurkey. Sigma Nu won both Class " A " division and all-University in softball intramurals. Organized at Virginia Military Institute on Jan. 1, 1869, Sigma Nu has since grown to 130 active chapters. Dick Vaughn, a past national president, is an alumnus of the University chapter. Chartered in 1886, the local Upsilon chapter was led by Marshall Joseph Day, eminent commander; Stephen Law- rence Armstrong, lieutenant commander; Carl Ted Schultz, secretary; Charles W. Matthews, treasurer; Sam Collier Bashara, pledge trainer; and Philip Louis Howard, social chairman. Sigma Nu housemother was Mrs. Gladys Huston. 1002 West 26th. Below Left: At times, the hands of bridge dealt during Rush Week did not meet expectations. Below Right: Sigma Nu battled Delta Kappa Epsilon in intra- mural basketball. , Top Row: Christopher Henry Ad- ams, John Lewis Adams, Edward Badouh Jr., Nicholas Scott Bailey, L. Irvin Barnhart, William Robert Beaty, Daniel Rudolph Bechtel. Second Row: Allen Christopher Beebe, Lan Chase Bentsen, Stan- ley Gayle Boles, Judd Michael Brooke, Robert Huntington Bran- non, Robert Howell Brown, Mi- chael John Buchele. Page 292 SIGMA NU c| f. T o r|, f | h k Top Row: Eugene Claiborne Car- rington, Charles William Clifton, John W. Cones, Gerald George Connard, James Randal Cox, Frank Daniel Creamer, Marshall Joseph Day. Second Row: Kenneth Michael Duncan, Harris Roberts Fender, Robert Michael Fetzer, Gerald Pat- rick Fitzgerald, James Albert Giese, William Griffith Gossett, James Thomas Gribble. Third Row: William George Gwaltney, Allyn Reuben Harris, Benjamin Pickney Harris, Richard Earle Helmer III, Glen Riley Heth- erington, William Justus Hix, Philip Louis Howard. Fourth Row: Ernest Edward How- erton Jr., Bruce LeRoy James, Wil- liam Thomas Knox, Rudolph John Kobarg Jr., James Richard Lesch Jr., Robert L. Loar, John Bond I.oftin Jr. Fifth Row: James George Lither- land, Wishard Speer Lorimer III, Michael Edward Love, Patrick Lee McCormick, Stanley Erwin Mc- Cormick, Michael Russell McWat- ters, Van Tyler Lane. Sixth Row: Dennis Eblen Malouf, Charles W. Matthews, John Man- ning Meador, Phillip Lee Mitchell, Joseph Carleton Parker, Robert Randall Phelps, Thomas Louis Ra ggio. Seventh Row: Thomas David Rey- nolds, Leslie Hamblin Richards, Irvin Raymond Robertson, Randy Clyde Rogers, Richard Gregory Rundell, Steven Lee Scarborough, Laren Joseph Schiller. Eighth Row: Carl Ted Schultz, Wade David Shaw, John Dillard Shields Jr., James Brent Standefer, Arling Dalton Smith Jr., Craig Carter Smith, Robert Nelson Smith. Ninth Row: Kenneth Ray Steed, William R. Thornton Jr., Scott Thumwood, James Sherwood Tif- fany, Douglas Vaughan, Thomas Allen Wachsmith, George Robert Wallace. Tenth Row: Ronald Silver Wil- liams, Wesley Reed Williams, Fer- nando Wills, Brian Reed Woolsey, David Wesley Wright, Jonnie Lloyd Wright Jr., Craig Robert Zurkey. Page 293 Active in many campus functions, Sigma Phi Epsilon won the fraternity division of Dimes Day activities for raising the most money, entered Sing-Song with Delta Gamma sorori- ty, and aided the Interfraternity Council support of the Austin School for the Mentally Retarded. Sigma Phi Epsilon social functions included numerous pre-game buffets, match parties, a Christmas formal, and semiformal, and a spring formal. The social year was high- lighted by the Valentine Golden Heart Ball and the Down South of the Border party. Among Sig Eps active on campus were Bruce Schnitzer, Interfraternity Council president and Chancellor Ransom ' s Advisory Board; Rick Wadsworth, sophomore CBA vice- president: Dick Vermillion, all-intramural quarterback and Silver Spurs; and Alan Hubbard, varsity cheerleader. Other members were active as members of Texas Cowboys, Model United Nations. Possee, and Freshman Council advisers. Officers of the local Alpha chapter, established in 1830, were Danny Harve Blanks, president; Thomas Ollie Hicks, vice-president; James Frederick Hury, recording secretary; Thaddeus James Dorsey, corresponding secretary. Fraternity housemother was Mrs. Addie H. Montgomery. 2506 Pearl. Below: Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon personally distributed invitations for their annual Down South Fiesta. Top, Row: Vaughn Russell Ald- redge, Jimmy Curtis Averitt, James Alan Berry, Dan Harve Blanks, Michael Stanford Bobo, Charles Craighill Boortz, Robert Eugene Brown. Second Row: James Carroll Brown- low, Rodney McCoy Burton, Frede- rick Bush, John Layne Campbell, Steven Martin Carsey, Robert Ber- ry Cook Jr., Byron Edward Cox. Page 294 SIGMA PHI EPSILON f jPTi T f5 f l, o lf Top Row: Carmelo Leo Danna Jr., Alan Thomas Derby, Richard Alan Dial, Noel Joseph Dolce, Ronald Cliff Dotson, Sid Duderstadt, Rob- ert Miller Dullnig, Thomas Brian Dunn. Second Row: David William Dun- ning, James Douglas Edwards, Paul Frank Eichelberger, Eugene Thomas Ellison Jr., Ralph Edwin Fain, Tyson Mike Field, John Mosley Franklin, Charles Christian Frederiksen. Third Row: Kelly Richard Gar- wood, Jimmie Harold Gattis, Gus M. George, Clifton Anderson Good- win, William Tom Gough, Gary Ernest Griffith, Robert Allen Har- grove, Charles Robert Henry Jr. Fourth Row: Thomas Ollis Hicks, Albert Dain Higdon, James Noel Higdon, Kevin Holcomb, Alan Lee Hubbard, James Frederick Hury, Joe Thomas Hyde, William Arthur Keckley. Fifth Row: Christopher Donnelly Keenan, Stephen Craig Kennedy, Craig Allen Knight, Michael Carl Landers, Harold Nelson Leavell Jr., Chris Malavansus, Dana Wayne Males, John Benton Mallay. Sixth Row: Michael Roy McLean, Robert Stephen Molina, Randall Steen Morphew Jr., Kendrick Ter- ry Nathan, William Lorien Neal, Thomas Joseph Niehaus, Charles Walter Osgood, Barry Edward Parker. Seventh Row: Charles Vance Park- er, Robert Stewart Peacock, Peter Kimble Philips, John Edward Presley, Michael Arthur Prince, Robert E. Ramee Jr., Gary Mi- chael Rittenberry, Lewis H. Rob- erts. Eighth Row: Alfred William Rohde III, Bruce William Schnit- zer, Joel Paul Shirley, Joel Vincent Staff, Michael David Stubblefield, Emmett Tobias Summers III, Eu- gene Dale Sumpter, Ray Stanley Tolson. Ninth Row: Harold Richard Tur- ner, Charles Richard Vermillion Jr., Richard Reid Wadsworth, Len- nart Eric Wahlquist, Larry Dwaine Wall, Gary Lynn Watkins, Sam- my Alan White, William Thomas White. Tenth Row: Gary Hal Willcox, Henry Figon Winder, William Mi- chael Windsor, Daniel Arthur Woods, Ralph D. Worsham, Rich- ard Glenn Worthy, Paul Lee Yates. Page 295 509 West 26th. Below: Preparing for a retreat, Sigma Pis loaded their cars early in the morning. In the annual Sing-Song contest, Sigma Pi placed first in the fraternity division with its rendition of " There Is Noth- ing Like a Dame. " The chapter held an open house on Dads ' Day and honored both national officers and alumni at the Founders ' Day Banquet. During the Christmas season, the fraternity went caroling at the Old Confederates ' Home. The Sigma Pi social calendar consisted of various parties including the Christmas semiformal, Round-Up, and Orchid Ball in the spring. In intramural competition, Sigma Pi won second place in its football division and competed in basketball, track, volley- ball, tennis, handball, bowling, and fencing. Members were active in numerous organizations on cam- pus, including Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, Longhorn Band, Representative Party, Alpha Phi Omega, Model United Nations, Varsity Singers, and Freshman Council. Founded on Feb. 26, 1897, at Vincennes University in Indiana, the fraternity boasts approximately 90 chapters and 25,000 initiated members. Officers of the local Gamma Theta chapter, established in 1962, were Robert C. Magers, sage; Alan L. Stinson, first counselor; Arthur J. Manson III, second counselor; Richard E. Deweese, third counselor; and Jerald C. Raines, fourth counselor. t j SIGMA PI I flL 7 " op fiotc: Roger William Bennett, Gary Wilson Boyd, John Ronald Boyd, Jimmy Tom Buford, Michael Melton Card, James Reavis Cor- nell, Clinlon Woodhouse Dean. Second Row: Richard Earle De- weese, Richard Ray Dillard, Wil- liam Frederick Drew, Cecil David Fielder, Brian William Garrison, Gary Clinton Gibbs, Jerald C. Haines. Third Row: Don Slanley Kinder, Robert Carroll Magers, George Lee Manson, Richard William Melchior, Charles Morales-Webster, Eddie Gannon Napps, Robert Wayne Newby. Fourth Row: Jimmie Lynn Pape, Russell David Renka, Larry Ar- mond Seidel, Gregory Franklin Smith Jr., Alan Lynn Slinson, Ken- neth Herman Wolf, Donald Ray Young. Sigma Pi captured the first-place prize in Sing-Song fraternily division. Page 297 Tau Delta Phi ' s forty-first year at the University was a successful one in both scholastics and athletics. Scholastically, the landmark year was highlighted by the chapter ' s rise above brother Tau Delt chapters as recipient of the National Scholarship Improvement Trophy, presented in Chicago. For the second year in a row, the fraternity won the University diving and golf singles championships. Tau Delta Phi ' s social calendar included the traditional celebration commemorating the Gay Nineties era, state- wide rush weekend, and Round-Up parties. Founded in 1910 at City College of New York, the fra- ternity was led last year by Ray Gary Lerner, consul; Martin Barenblat, vice-consul; Gilbert Friedlander, scribe; Larry Smith, quaestor; Lewie Jay Levitan, member-at-large; and Charles Edward Pehr and Harold Dennis Schwartz, rush captains. Mrs. Hannah Krieger completed her third year as housemother. Upper Right: Tau Delts congregated around the pinball machines at their house. Above: 2414 Longview. Right: The Crest Hotel hosted the Tau Delts annual spring celebration. Page 298 TAU DELTA PHI 7 " op Row: Stanley Thomas Adel- stein, Martin Barenblat, Allan Lee Bernstein, Robert Jay Birnbaum, Stephen Alexander B 1 a c k s o n, Stephen Lars Brochstein, Ira Phil- lip Diskin, Lee Garland Eilbott. Second Row: Lenard David Fein, David Samuel Feinberg, Murray Edward Fox, Daniel Gilbert Fried- lander, Michael L. Friedman, Ran- dall Scott Goldsobel, Kenneth Wayne Goodman, Marty Harari. Third Row: Ben Charles Kimmell, Michael Allen Klein, Larry S. Kohn, Michael Lynn Laviage, Ray Gary Lerner, Arnold Lewis Levey, Lewie Jay Levitan, Jerry Alan Levy. Fourth Row: Herbert Michael Ly- man, Paul Edward Meyer, Robert Scott Meyer, Eugene Ira Morris, Charles Edward Pehr, Alan Rich- ard Postel, Richard Stanley Rieter, Glen Allen Rosenbaum. Fifth Row: Leonard Matthew Roth, Harold Dennis Schwartz, Bryan Jerald Siegel, William Jay Slaton, Larry Philip Smith, Dennis Ray Stein, Gary Alan Swartz, David Allan Weintraub. Tau Delta Phis danced to the music of The Sweet Tarts at their winter formal. Page 299 915 West 23rd. Below: Sweetheart Dorothy Louise Plummer, an Alpha Chi Omega, was presented a birthday gift by mem- ber officers of Tau Kappa Epsilon. 1 TKE Having an active year on campus, the Gamma Upsilon chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon celebrated Halloween by trick-or-treating with various sorority representatives, fol- lowed by a party at the Austin Children ' s Home for orphans. TKE men contributing to campus activities were John Odell, Outstanding Student, member of the national leader- ship fraternity of Delta Kappa, and candidate for Phi Beta Kappa; and Shelley Duval, arts and sciences assemblyman. Members participated in many organizations, including the General Assembly as president, Model United Nations, Chal- lenge, and the debate team. Founded on Jan. 10, 1899, at Illinois Wesleyan Univer- sity, Bloomington, 111., Tau Kappa Epsilon has become the largest men ' s social fraternity in terms of number of chap- ters and undergraduate strength. The local Gamma Upsilon chapter was established in 1951. Officers for 1966 were John Stephen Odell, prytanis; Kenneth Wayne Sparks, epiprytanis; Robert Thomas Lee, hypophetes; Alfred Dennison Ransel, crysophylos; and Bruce Hunter Hooper, hegemon. t I t V ' ' v, " 1 I I Page 300 TAU KAPPA EPSILON Top ?o: Ward Truett Blacklock Jr., John Rogers Cooke, Charles Campbell Dangerfield, John Haven Davis, Michael Lance Flood, Mi- chael Lawrence Gilmore. Second Row: David Lee Hodges, Victor Bernard Holmes, Edward Christian Jelks, Gregory Eric Jen- sen, Roger Neal Kahle, Robert Thomas Lee. Third Row: John Rustin McAdams, James Lee McArdle, James Bruce Melbert, Michael Ray Myrick, John Stephen O ' Dell, Harry Herbert Peel. Fourth Row: Alfred Dennison Ran- sel, Clinton Tell Rhea, William Wesley Sandidge, Albert Fred Schkade Jr., James Lanning Thompson, Robert Stephen Thorn- burrow. Fifth Row: Clifford John Trahan, David Martin Uthus, Joseph Philip Von Merveldt, Terry Wayne Walk- er, Thomas Edward Workman. Model United Nations General Assembly president, John O ' Dell, addressed the TKE delegation. Page 301 Left: 2410 San Gabriel. Right: Theta Xis constructed their entry in the annual Aggie Sign Contest. Theta Xi community projects last year included a Christ- mas party for children at Austin State School and a canvass with Delta Zeta sorority for the United Fund throughout Austin. On campus Theta Xi won first place in the Arkansas Sign Contest and was honored when Tom Sealy, an alumnus, was chosen Outstanding Texas-Ex. Intramurals played an important part in the year ' s ac- tivities as members participated in football, basketball, base- ball, track, tennis, swimming, handball, golf, and volleyball. Social life included a match " Worker " party, a ski party, Christmas semiformal and a spring formal. Theta Xi men were active in such activities and organiza- tions as Campus Chest, Freshman Council, Varsity Carnival, Challenge, Round-Up, and Union committees. Founded nationally in New York in 1864, Theta Xi estab- lished the local Rho chapter on Feb. 22, 1913. The 1966 Theta Xi officers were Wilbert James Kaper Jr., president; George Parker Wynne, vice-president; John David Calkin, secretary; Rodney Phillip Allen, treasurer; Ronald Allan Murray, pledge trainer; and Robert William Burns Jr., rush chairman. Housemother was Mrs. Henry L. Burks. Top Row: Kenneth Witten Allen, Rodney Phillip Allen, George Dan- iel Artusy III, Bertram Thomas Bader III, James McKinney Baird, John Mark Britt, Robert William Burns Jr., Clifford Davis Byrne. Second Row: John David Calkin, Scott Crumley Carson, Peter Mur- ry Daly, Martin Davis Jr., Ben Evans Dowell, Richard Shelley Durham, William Lance Ennis, Bobby G. Estrada. Page 302 THETA XI .: Top ftoit;: Alvin Harvey Frost, Jef- frey Buck Garrett, John Marion Grisham, John Baker Howell Jr., Jack Howison Jr., James William Kaper, Jay Clark Kaskie. Second Row: Jimmy Fred Kemp, Lewis William Long, Henry Strat- ford May Jr., Joe McGee Mayo Jr., Ronald Lee Moore, Ronald Allen Murray, Jennings Neal Naranjo. Third Row: Paul Joseph Offer Jr., Gary Walden Park, William Joseph Pike, John Galvin Ragsdale, Her- bert Kenneth Rigsbee, Leonard Al- len Robertson, Craig Joseph Rut- ten. Fourth Row: Anthony Ralph San- cho, Stephen Anthony Schirmer, John Owen Scott, Ronald Eugene Smith, Michael Garrett Steinheim- er, William Benson Stewart, Doug- las Roger Szopa. Fifth Row: Buford Franklin Tay- lor, Richard Arthur Warriner, George Marvin White, David Hil- ton Wilhite, Robert Lee Wright, George Parker Wynne, James Houston Zike. ! Left: First downs were measured by a Theta Xi as onlookers encouraged the football players. Right: Pledges and actives matched strength and ability on the football field. Page 303 INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL President BRUCE WILLIAM ScHNlTZER, Sigma Phi Epsilon V ice-President BARRY H. MARGOLIS, Phi Sigma Delta Secretary JOHN HAROLD PEREL, Alpha Epsilon Pi Treasurer JARY A. GLAZER, Sigma Alpha Mu Faculty Sponsor THOMAS V. JENKINS Senior MEMBERS Junior JOHN MACNEIL SCOTT Acacia MERRILL PAUL ANDERSON KENNETH DALE BARON Alpha Epsilon Pi JEFFREY ALAN ALEXANDER STUART WILLIAM LAW Alpha Kappa Lambda ALONZO JOSEPH STUBBS ROBERT ALEXANDER BOOKER Alpha Phi Alpha MICHAEL DAVE GLASPIE HARRY JOSEPH GLAUSER Alpha Tau Omega JAMES STEPHEN CARTER JOHN PAUL BURTON Beta Theta Pi BRIAN LEE CANNON JOEL INGRAM SHANNON Chi Phi JOHN RICHARD WILLIFORD BENJAMIN Y. CAMMACK JR Delta Chi DAVID BARBEE ROHRER WILLIAM P. ROBERTS Delta Kappa Epsilon GRAY BYRON JOLINK JERRY RICHARD GRAMMER Delta Tau Delta GREGORY DREW HOOSER DAVID CHARLES HEATH Delta Upsilon TIM DEE STURDIVANT DAN DAVID McMAHON Kappa Alpha RICHARD CHARLES HINTON MARTIN SCOTT STERLING Kappa Sigma DONALD DOUGLAS PATTESON JR. JAMES VINSON DERRICK JR Lambda Chi Alpha DAVID JOSEPH JONES THOMAS F. HILL Phi Delta Theta JOE BOB KINSEL JR. ERNEST HARRIS COCKRELL Phi Gamma Delta JACK WALTON HANKS JR. KENNETH RICHARD MATTHEWS Phi Kappa Psi ALAN MICHAEL HOFFMAN DONALD EDWARD HERRMANN Phi Kappa Sigma THOMAS MICHAEL TONKIN PATRICK JAMES WILLSON Phi Kappa Tau TERRY LEE BELT CHARLES ALBERT BUERSCHINGER Phi Kappa Theta MICHAEL JOSEPH WESTERGREN RICHARD JOSEPH BUELTEL Phi Sigma Delta PHILLIP VICTOR LADIN DALE CLAY BULLOUGH Phi Sigma Kappa JOHN BURTON KNIGHT TOM JORDAN GENTRY Pi Kappa Alpha ; . . . . WILBURN D. HILTON JR. RONALD KENT COLLINS Sigma Alpha Epsilon DONALD LEWIS EVANS DANIEL BENJAMIN FREUNDLICH ' . . Sigma Alpha Mu RONALD ARTHUR WEISS KENNETH COURTENAY McALPiN Sigma Chi ANTHONY FIELD CONSTANT ED BADOUH JR Sigma Nu LAN CHASE BENTSEN DAN HARVE BLANKS Sigma Phi Epsilon KEVIN HOLCOMB RICHARD RAY DILLARD Sigma Pi DONALD RAY YOUNG LEWIE LEVITAN Tau Delta Phi JEROME HENRY RUDES MICHAEL LAWRENCE GILMORE Tau Kappa Epsilon DENNY RANSEL. GEORGE PARKER WYNNE ThetaXi ROBERT WILLIAM BURNS JR. Present officers discussed the nominations for the upcoming Interfraternity Council elections. Page 304 AUXILIARIES Edited by Lafe Hill Page 305 ACACIA ORDER OF DELPHI An honorary organization founded in the fall of 1965, the Acacia Order of Delphi recognizes those girls who have shown an enthusiasm and loyal interest in the welfare of Acacia fraternity. This sister organization assisted Acacia little brothers in campus, academic, and social activities. Other projects throughout the year included decorating the house for parties, organizing the scrapbook, and serving as hostesses for all parent-alumni functions such as Dads ' Day, Round- Up, and the celebration of the Texas Chapter ' s fiftieth an- niversary in 1966. At Christmas the Order sponsored a party with the Acacias for orphan children. In late spring, they presented their annual End-of-the-Year party which in- cluded a program and special awards for graduating seniors in the chapter. This year ' s officers were Jo Beth Harrison, president; Elizabeth Ann Houston, first vice-president; Karen Allyne Scruggs, second vice-president; Kathy Rather Henneberger, recording secretary; Janie Helen Bowe, corresponding secre- tary; and Roma Theresa Weaver, treasurer. Acacia ' s house- mother, Alice De Armon, was the group ' s sponsor. Members not pictured were Charlynn Anderson, Mickie Chastain, Marsha Clarke, Linda Glodt. Carolyn Miller, Daisy Sloan, Debbie Spiva. and Nancy Wray. Order of Delphi sponsored a Christmas party for orphan children. Front Row: Martha Elizabeth Taylor, Kathy Rather Henneberger, Julie Lee Reynolds, Christine Marie Carlson. Second Row: Catherine Ann Pressly, Mellie Williams, Diane Dickson, Alice De Armon, Jo Beth Harrison, Janie Helen Bowe, Diana Marie Davis. Third Row: Mary Elizabeth Mast, Cheryl Diane Gotten, Kathryn Frances Cain, Annie Lamar Johnson, Suzanne Haden Nicholl, Orene Ann Simmons, Esther Jeanne Wright, Roma Theresa Weaver, Maureen Howe, Adri- anne Ann Hamilton, Christine Ann Walker, Judy Kay Jackson, Susan Pyeatt, Karen Allyne Scruggs. Page 306 Susan Girardeau, spring president, conducted the Sunday afternoon chapter meetings. 1 CRESCENT CLUB An auxiliary of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, Crescent Club is an organization composed of girls who are dropped, pinned, or engaged to members of the fraternity as well as friends and sisters of its members. The group ' s purpose is to support chapter members in their activities and assist the pledge program through their own little brother-big sister program. This year ' s activities included sending a newsletter to all Lambda Chi Alpha chapters concerning Crescents, planning a tea for other little sister organizations on campus, serving at the Mom ' s Week- end tea, and decorating at match parties and the Christmas formal. The Crescents also compiled the annual scrapbook presented to the chapter. The year ' s officers were Frances Ann Waghalter and Susan Ann Girardeau, presidents; Susan Ann Girardeau and Linda Joyce Simpson, vice-presidents; Becky Maufrais and Margaret E. Coleman, secretaries; and Frances Conni Muller and Diann Conly, treasurers. Lambda Chi housemother, Mrs. Elizabeth Maynard was sponsor. Members not pictured were Rietta Caroline Adkins, Su- zanne Bealle, Penny Bynum, Florence George, Sandra Hall Dunn, Mildred Maxine Holmes, Mary Talbott Marshall, Nita Lynn McCausland, Nancy Kay McGehee. Cynthia Lee McLean, Frances Conni Muller, Virginia Reh Pistor, Rebec- ca Ann Porter, Judy Reining, Beatrice Anne Thompson, Merry Nell Van Fleet. Seated: Merry Mayne, Janet Denena Evans, Elizabeth Maynard, Barbara June Henson, Nancy Jean White. Second Row: Frances Ann Waghalter, Kay Dianne Scott, Sandra Hall Dunn, Sylvia Lynn Byrom, Susan Ann Girardeau, Cathy Belle Clarke, Jennie MacKenzie, Linda Joyce Simpson. Third Row: Becky Maufrais, Annie Melinda Brooks, Diann Conly, Joanna Sawyer, Vicki Grace Weir. Fourth Row: Bar- bara Ruth Higley, Janice L. Maxwell, Antoinette Bracher, Margaret E. Coleman. Page 307 Front Row: Jean Christine Leeper, Judith Faye Hanson, Joan Marie Wells, Cathy Grace Trapolino, Cynthia Taylor Wood, Patricia An- nette Perdue, Mary Lou Ray. Second Row: Sharon R. Hardin, Susan Sayers Scott, Lana Jo Ball, Charles Leroy Borgeson, Nancy Elaine Black, Suzanne Marion Dunne, Evalyn Dee Lane, Jane Biedenharn Hargis. DAUGHTERS OF THE DIAMOND The Beta Theta Pi auxiliary, Daug hters of the Diamond, is a group of girls with mutual interest in the fraternity. Each girl is responsible for several little brothers in the pledge class whom she helps with his social and academic life. In the fall, the Daughters held a party with their little brothers and assisted as " saloon girls " for the pledges ' ca- sino party. To raise money for their annual project, the girls put on a Halloween skit and raffle. The Daughters also decorated for weekend parties and the Christmas formal. Suzanne Marion Dunne was president of the Daughters of the Diamond this year. Cynthia Taylor Wood served as vice-president; Mary Lou Ray as secretary-treasurer and Jean Christine Leeper as historian. Daughters of the Diamond helped members of Beta Theta Pi decorate for social functions. - - .... Page 308 Sigma Phi Epsilon housemother drew winning tickets for the Golden Hearts raffle. GOLDEN HEARTS A national honorary auxiliary organization, Golden Hearts is sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Members are chosen by the fraternity in order to recognize girls who have shown loyalty and enthusiasm for the fraternity. The welfare of the Texas Alpha chapter is the major concern of the group. The girls served the fraternity by decorating the house for special occasions and serving as hostesses at receptions for parents and national fraternity officers. This year, club members were hostesses for the Mothers ' Club meeting on Dads ' Day weekend and buffets preceding home football games. Each girl was assigned several little brothers in the pledge class whom she helped with campus and social life. The Golden Hearts were honored at the annual Golden Hearts Ball held in February. The organization was founded at Arizona State University in 1961, and the Texas chapter established in 1964. This year ' s officers included Sherri Lynn Fort, president; Peggy Ann Gralino, vice-president; Kay Copeland, recording secre- tary; A. Frances Yeary, corresponding secretary; and Molly Thornberry, treasurer. The sponsor was Mrs. Addie Mont- gomery, and the big sister-little brother chairman was Daryl Hale Guinn. Members not pictured were Kay Copeland, Marcy Deniger. and Molly Thornberry. Front Row: Sally Hutchings, Mary Claire Koeppe, Nelwyn Sims, Sandy Lee Eberhardt. Second Row: Elizabeth Anne Clark, Jeanie Ricketts, Karol Lynne Rice, Addie Montgomery, Daryl Hale Guinn, Frances Yeary. Third Row: Peggy Ann Gralino, Patricia Evelyn Nel- son, Sharon Ann Sorenson, Denny Gaye McAdam, Sherri Lynn Fort, Deborah Len Dirks. Page 309 Order of the Blue Iris members helped Theta Xi ' s assemble the year ' s scrapbook. ORDER OF THE BLUE IRIS As an auxiliary to Theta Xi fraternity, the Order of the Blue Iris honors those girls who have shown an interest and devotion to the Rho Chapter. The organization was established to promote the activi- ties of the chapter at the University. Members decorate for parties and serve as hostesses at special events, such as Dads ' Day, homecoming, and the formal. Besides helping in rush activities, the girls helped new pledges in their social and academic life. Officers for last year were Louise Noelie Coerver, presi- dent; Carol Ann Weller, vice-president; and Kay Elaine Kercheville, secretary-treasurer. The chapter sponsor was Eric Baker Becker and chapter coordinator was Jay Kaskie. A member not pictured was Susan Beth Long. Front Row: Carol Ann Weller, Shirley Sue Wells, Ann Gardner Williams, Barbara Cole, Judy Giudice, Judy Ellen Evans. Second Row: Sue Ellen Kirby, Sally Lee, Pamela Ann McNutt, Becky Lynn Hurley, Virginia Sue MacNaughton, Kay Elaine Kercheville, Amanda Jane Ashford, Conner Gilbert, Mary Stella Naranjo, Judith Lee Lewis. Third Row: Faye Burkes, housemother, Louise Noelie Coerver, Diane Rochelle Lequeux, Charline Estelle Braud, Maggie Smith, Marilyn Martin, Sharon Sue Waters, Verdery Hammerand, Lydia Simone Lequeux, Kathlyn Marie Malish, Sharon Lee Dixon, Judy Karen Barefield, Sandra Kay English. Page 310 Front Row: Sara Letitia Riggs, Pamela Ethel Primdahl, Cecile Marie McMullin. Second Row: Patricia Gay Wilson, Christ! Lee Schramm. Mardee Anne Schramm, Diann Eileen Osborn, Molly Keevil. Third Row: Florence Ann Wells, Sherrie Diane Sanford, Hilare Michelle Girard, Ellen Gordon Noble, Lucia Carolyn Painter, Patricia Ruth Haberle. LITTLE SISTERS OF THE MALTESE CROSS A national honorary organization sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross recognizes those girls at the University who have shown dedication and enthusiasm for the Gamma Eta chapter of the fraternity. The Little Sisters promoted fraternity functions by dec- orating the house for parties, serving as hostesses for all parent-alumni functions such as Dads ' Day and Round-Up, and offering constructive criticism and ideas designed to help the fraternity. At the beginning of the year, each Little Sister was given little brothers from the fall pledge class, and was responsible for orienting these boys in campus and social life. In the latter part of the spring, the Little Sisters held their annual End-of-the Year party, which in- cluded a humorous program and special awards to various chapter members. The officers for the year were Pamela Ethel Primdahl, president; Florence Ann Wells, vice-president; Hilaire Mi- chelle Girard, secretary-treasurer. Chapter sponsor was Tol- bert M. Dalton. Members not pictured were Sarah Susan Butler, Sandra Jean Duckworth. Jane Cornish Heartfield. and Priscilla Camille Sawtelle. Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross held an evening bridge tournament with mem- bers of Alpha Tau Omega. Page 311 The Little Sisters served as hostesses at the homecoming weekend open house. LITTLE SISTERS OF MINERVA A national honorary auxiliary serving as hostesses for Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, Little Sisters of Minerva is sponsored by the fraternity to recognize girls who have demonstrated their loyalty to the Texas Rho chapter. The Little Sisters decorated for parties, acted as hostesses for Dads ' Day weekend and Homecoming, and expressed ideas to help the fraternity. The girls worked with the fra- ternity to hold a Minerva Weekend for the mothers in the spring. Active in community services, they sponsored a Christmas party and an Easter egg hunt for underprivileged children. Officers for the year were Mary Nell Sticksel, president; Shirley Ann Methvin, vice-president; Susan Marinis, secre- tary-treasurer; Francie Barnard, corresponding secretary; Ruth Gay Lyles, social chairman; and Kenny Lynn Griffith, historian. Members not pictured are Linda Anne Baldwin, Mary Carlih Crigger, Caren Elizabeth Cruse, Carol Jane Freeman, Sally Gay Lewis, Ruth Gay Lyles and Kristin Katharine Way. - r : Front Row: Shirley Ann Methvin, Kenny Lynn Griffith, Susan Ma- rinis, Elizabeth Ann Dobbs, Jill Virginia Teague. Second Row: Marie Preble Rilling, Frances R. Barnard, Nancy Naber, Shuler Sallis Dansby, Martha L. Seay, Gail Elizabeth Clark, Marilyn Moorman. Third Row: Stormy Jane McNutt, Linda McLane Stanton, Mary Nell Sticksel, Lana Christine Lowry, Harriet Jane Schoellkopf. Page 312 -. Front Row: Sandra Ann Bruce, Lanell Ann Anderson, Julie Ann Lemmons, Virginia Lynn McTaggart, Margaret Jeanne Smith, Janice Kaye Lane, Malinda Ann Bell. Second Row: Dixie Lynn Boring, Ann Reading Parsley, Jane Marie Park, Gail Rustin, Kathryn Priscil- la Haines, Carolyn Jean DuBose, Janet Faye Youens, Mrs. A. Hen- derson. " ff LITTLE SISTERS OF THE RAMPANT LION A national honorary organization of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Little Sisters of the Rampant Lion was founded Oct. 1, 1966, to recognize those girls who have shown dedi- cation to Omega Chi chapter. During the year, the Little Sisters aided the fraternity with its social and campus activities. They acted as hostesses for parent-alumni functions, sponsored a Christmas party for children at the Austin State School and decorated the fraternity house for parties. Officers for the year were Ann Reading Parsley, presi- dent; Gail Rustin, vice-president; and Jane Marie Park, secretary-treasurer. Chapter sponsor was John Winship Mitchell. Little Sisters posed with dates at a Western party given at the fraternity house. Page 313 Little Sisters of the Shield and Diamond served Pike members their dinner. LITTLE SISTERS OF THE SHIELD AND DIAMOND A national honorary society sponsored by Pi Kappa Al- pha fraternity, Little Sisters of the Shield and Diamond assisted the Beta Mu chapter last year by decorating for parties and serving as hostesses for fraternity functions. At the beginning of the year, each Little Sister was given several little brothers from the fall pledge class to help in academic and social life. Important events of the year included a picnic, raffle, Thanksgiving skit, a luau and the annual gift to the chapter. Established in the spring of 1966, the organization was led this year by Joyce Marie Hilsher, president; Trenna Lynn Smith, vice-president ; Helen Lu Hearne, secretary- treasurer; and Carolyn King, corresponding secretary. Jane Young, Pi Kappa Alpha housemother, served as the group ' s sponsor. Members not pictured are Jean Bell Dullnig, Karen Kee, Victoria Lynn Manchester, Alice Pfeiffer, Linda Rae Shead and Melinda Ann Waggener. r. Bio Na JY s Front Row: Carolyn King, Elizabeth Nalle, Susan Lynn Dabney, Sandra Jean Parker. Second Row: Marian Edith Merriman, Jan Wright, Elizabeth Gale Roden, Myrl Jay Carlson, Mary Linda Kates, Peggy Sue Landry, Helen Lu Hearne, Joyce Marie Hilsher. Third Row: Dianne Lanelle Hillegeist, Judy Ann Williams, Elizabeth Ann Pendleton, Karen Elizabeth Anderson, Anne Louise Dickinson, Tren- na Lynn Smith, Harriet Virginia Heaps, Susan Lee Vance, Jane Young. Page 314 Front Row: Mary Sarita Duffey, Margaret Adele Snow, Mary Dickey Block, Marsha Gay Gostecnik, Phyllis Evelyn Lanning. Second Row: Nancy Ann Mattiza, Diane Elizabeth Donelson. Third Row: Sharon lona Stephens, Gail Allen Walter, Susan Jeanette Rogers, Nancy Ann Hartman, Susan Ann Latoszewski, Sharon Kay White, Kitty Wright, Ida Sue Leonard. | 333 3333311322,12,? 33233 3 LITTLE SIGMAS OF SIGMA CHI A national honorary organization, Little Sigmas of Sigma Chi worked closely with Alpha Nu chapter to help promote activities and interests of Sigma Chi fraternity at the Uni- versity. For Derby Day, the Little Sigmas entered Sigma Chi officers in the annual event which ended with all the officers mud-soaked. The girls joined their little brothers, fall pledges, in food steals and other pledge activities. In October, the Little Sigmas sponsored a coffee for all University little sister organizations. Throughout the year, the girls helped the Sigma Chi ' s plan and decorate different types of parties. Officers for the 1966-67 year included Mary Dickey Block, president; Phyllis Evelyn Lanning, vice-president; Nancy Ann Mattiza, secretary; Marsha Gay Gostecnik, treas- urer; and Diane Elizabeth Donelson, publicity chairman. The chapter coordinator was Cullen Rogers Looney, and Little Sigma sponsor was Mrs. Genevieve Mauzy, Sigma Chi housemother. Members not pictured were Candace Ann Hall, Janet Irene King, Claudia Ann McCarty, Mary Terrence McKay, Dorothy Maureen Nelson, and Susan Taylor. Am Little Sigmas treated the Sigma Chi ' s to a doughnut party. Page 315 Front Row: Jo Carol McGehee, Mary Margaret Matthews, Billee Claire Albright. Second Row: Paula Dueease, Johanna Franke, Joann A. Vaughn, Tanna Dee Arnold, Elinor Jane Lucksinger, Kathy Alli- son, Martha Ann Ramsey, Susan Ann Ormand. Third Row: Marilyn Fern Nippert, Carolyn Frances Estes, Melinda Uhlane Fry, Jeane Suzanne Hoffman, Sandra Marjorie Head, Ann Henslee, Brenda Joy Cowper, Mildred P. Kelley. II 1 SISTERS OF THE MYSTIC EYE An honorary society, Sisters of the Mystic Eye was or- ganized to serve the Texas Alpha chapter of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. To help promote fraternity spirit, the girls helped during rush, were hostesses at brunches and other social functions, assisted the Mothers ' Club, kept the scrapbook and acted as big sisters to the pledges by assisting them with their cam- pus and social activities. The group co-sponsored an annual service project and a Christmas decorating party with the chapter. They also helped with the Easter Bunny party. This year ' s officers were Billee Claire Albright, president; Joanne Jennings, vice-president; Jo Carol McGehee, secre- tary-treasurer; and Mary Margaret Matthews, social chair- man. Sponsors were Mildred P. Kelley and Mrs. Lief John- son. The chapter adviser was Frank D. Graydon. Members not pictured are Roxanna Galley, Pamela Suzanne DeVoe, Sherry A. Irvin, Joanne Jennings, Sherry Nona Martin, Jeanne Owens, Joann Riley, Susan Lynn Ross, Kay Shackle- ford, Karen Ann Smith and Sharon Frances Wellborn. Sisters of the Mystic Eye helped Phi Psi ' s decorate their Christmas tree Page 316 Sisters of the Seven Stars entertained local orphans at a Christ- mas party. I SISTERS OF THE SEVEN STARS Organized last year as an auxiliary organization to Delta Upsilon, Sisters of the Seven Stars served as hostesses for the fraternity. One of the fall activities was a Christmas party for children from a local orphanage. The Seven Stars also helped sponsor a surprise Christmas party for Mrs. J. D. Belton, Delta Upsilon housemother, and presented to all members and pledges Christmas stockings that they had made. A little brother system began in the spring where each pledge was given a big sister who helped him with his social and academic life. A fund-raising event to finance future projects was also planned for spring. Officers for the year were Joyce Leslie Johnson, president ; Mary Liza Rarey, vice-president; Joyce Darling, secretary; and Sharon Kay Rentz, treasurer. Members not pictured are Sarah Susan Butler, Charlene Howell, Mary Lewis, Andrea Leslie Thornton, Betty Jean West and Patricia McKay Yaryan. Front Row: Gail Yvonne Mathews, Joyce Leslie Johnson, Heather Rae Rimkus, Wesley Graves Rogers Tobey, Marguerite Kelly Jarrell. Second Row: Barbara Kay Lyford, Susan Jane Northrup, Mary Liza Rarey, Patricia Ann Feeley, Susan Marie Wiberg, Pamela Corinne Polser, Dana Lowe. Third Row: Eleanor Corless Beasley, Sharon Kay Rentz, Mrs. J. D. Belton, Jan Elaine Smith, Charles B. Clark, Sharon Gale Saunders, Pamela Elaine Powell, Joyce Darling, Gloria Anna DePetris. Page 317 The Sisters served as hostesses at fraternity functions. SISTERS OF THE SIGNET An honorary organization sponsored by Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity, Sisters of the Signet recognizes those girls most closely associated with the Theta Triton chapter. The purposes of this organization are to provide service and spirit and to encourage an active interest in fraternity projects and goals. The girls helped with rush, decorated for parties, and planned social functions each semester. Each girl was assigned a little brother from the pledge class to help to adjust to college life. The Sisters also assisted the Mother ' s Club. The group was led last year by Sally Sue Klinck, pres- ident; Mary Burke Moorman, vice-president; Beth Terrell, secretary and Helene Ruth Meehan, treasurer. Members not pictured were Carol Mathews, Helene Ruth Meehan, and Maria Patterson. n Front Row: Jan Klovstad, Beth Terrell, Mary Burke Moorman, Cesa Lynn Carlisle. Second Row: Marcia Ann Morales, Betty Jane Trowbridge, Carolyn Simmons, Vicki Jo Taylor, Betsy Richardson, Nancy Jane Downing. Third Row: Margaret Spikes, Martha Ann Murchison, Toni DeBois, Susan J. Bradley, Virginia Woolwine, Mary Dianne Motter, Gayle Cerminaro, Laurel Kay Cresap, Sally Sue Klink. A( Page 318 Front Row: Glenna Lea Sleeper, Mary Lee Gideon, Barbara Ann Hill, Jane Ann James, Beverly Sue Bunting, Lynn Llewellyn. Second Row: Rhonda Susan Read, Patricia Pfefferling, Katherine Ann Willis, Anna Harvey Brelsford, Jo Ann Cox, Kathryn Patricia Hop- kins, Teunisse Virginia Breese, Melinda Murphy. Third Row: Susan Gay Gettier, Sharon Leigh Hutton, Carol Faye Ogden, Frances Fontini Chamberlain, Janice Kathryn Burrow, Priscilla Ruth Jordan, James Harris Underwood, Mary Louise Ririe, Judy Doris Eitelman, Sandra Louise Lester, Marvyn Parr Harrison, Kathleen Laura Lewis, Marilynn Dell Maddox. SISTERS OF THE STAR AND CRESCENT An auxiliary organization, Sisters of the Star and Cres- cent was formed to aid members of Tau chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity. Charter members were selected last fall to promote fraternity functions, decorate for social activities, and serve as hostesses for the fraternity. Following a picnic held for the Kappa Sigma pledges, each Sister received a little brother whom she helped with campus and social functions. Throughout the year, the auxiliary sponsored various activities for members and planned a charity event for each semester. Patricia Pfefferling served as president of the auxiliary. Other officers were Rhonda Susan Read, vice-president ; SuSan Gay Gettier, s ecretary; Lynn Llewellyn, treasurer; Barbara Ann Hill, parliamentarian; Beverly Sue Bunting, social chairman; Mary Lee Gideon and Kathryn Patricia Hopkins, historians. James Harris Underwood was the active repre- sentative. Mrs. Jo Ann Cox served as sponsor. Members not pictured were Mary Kay Kerr and Gemme Rousseau. A Christmas tree decorating party was held at the Kappa Sig house. Page 319 Southern Belles served as hostesses at football-game buffets. SOUTHERN BELLES An honorary society, Southern Belles was organized to assist Kappa Alpha fraternity. During the year, members worked with fraternity pledges to coordinate social and academic life. They also served as hostesses for weekly coffees and football-game buffets, as- sisted with the Kappa Alpha alumni coffee in March and helped prepare for the annual Old South Ball and other fra- ternity social functions. President of the Belles this year was Julia Katherine Ryan. Sarah Ann Hartman was vice-president; Beverly Wayne Patterson, secretary; and Laura Lee Lehmberg, treasurer. Sponsor was Mrs. Worrell Combs, Kappa Alpha housemoth- er. Raymond Alex Landy was chapter representative. Mem- bers not pictured are H. Suzanne Waring, Mary Louise Wil- liams and Jerolyn Sue Witt. Front Row: Susan Moorer Davis, Sally Jane Shaw, Carol Ruth Darley, Susan Elaine Cope, Connie Fraker. Second Row: Barbara Johnson, Laura Dean Ford, Beverly Wayne Patterson, Julia Katherine Ryan, Sarah Ann Hartman, Laura Lee Lehmberg, Kathleen Clift Davis. Page 320 Third Row: Susan Jean Darmer, Elizabeth Anne Oaks, Linda Louise Dysert, Raymond Alex Landy, Karen Lynn Hamilton, Carol Yvonne Schupbach, Kay Stringer. m All] Front Row: Sue Pollard, Camille La Trelle Cioudt; Donna Sue Dud- ley. Second Row: Donna Kay Douglas, Kay Lynn Wolters, Denise Wallace, Judy Schwink, Mary Ann Williamson. Third Row: Linda Jo McLean, Patsy Ann Welch, Sharon Wagner, Sheila Gallagher, Margaret Harding, Tempe Mason, Carol Ann Clark. , Ionise SWEETHEARTS OF THE CHAKETT An auxiliary organization sponsored by Chi Phi, Sweet- hearts of the Chakett recognizes girls who have worked most conscientiously for the fraternity. The charter chapter was established by the University ' s Nu chapter of Chi Phi in March, 1966. This chapter is the national office for the new organization. The Chaketts decorated for parties, sponsored various activities for the pledges, initiated fund-raising projects and served as hostesses. They also expressed ideas which they felt would be beneficial to the fraternity. Officers for the year were Kay Lynn Wolters, president; Carol Ann Clark, vice-president; Camille La Trelle Cloudt, secretary; Donna Kay Douglas, activities chairman; and Sheila Elizabeth Gallagher, historian. Members not pictured are Ann Kay Prescott and Beverly Smith. At their picnic for Chi Phi fraternity, Sweethearts of the Chakett served the meal. Page 321 White Star Sweetheart Georgia Pollock watched as Sigma Nu ' s played cards. WHITE STAR SWEETHEARTS An honorary organization, White Star Sweethearts recognizes girls who have shown an interest in the Upsilon chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity. The group was founded at the University in 1965. At the beginning of last year, each White Star Sweet- heart was given little brothers from the fall pledge class and assisted these boys with social and campus activities. They sponsored parties with them, helped decorate for parties at Christmas and served as hostesses for parent-alumni func- tions. Fall and spring officers were Darlene Faye Harris and Lynne Adair Beavers, presidents; Lucy Riddle Ross and Teresa Rhoten, vice-presidents; Teresa Rhoten and Sandra Kaye Rushing, secretary-treasurers; Lynne Adair Beavers and Karen Ann Rodgers, social chairmen; and Nan Davis and Judy Ann Amacker, little brother coordinators. Mrs. Jack Huston, Sigma Nu housemother, was sponsor. Mem- bers not pictured are Suzanne Laura Baker, Rebecca Bee- ley, Nan Davis, Jo Ann Giese, Sharon Leigh Hutton and Jan Louise Krueger. Front Row: Teresa Catherine Rhoten, Lynne Adair Beavers, Kellt Snyder, Barbara Busby, Linda Butts, Sandra Rushing. Second Row: Georgia Marie Pollock, Judy Ann Amacker, Elsie Harriet Buckle, Duchess Wertz, Jeanne Voiers Goode, Judith Ann Rickard. Third Row: Karen Ann Rodgers, Lucy Riddle Ross, Margery Kengla, Donna Jan Houghton, Darlene Faye Harris, Anne Lavinia Lanford, Linda Kay Atchley. Page 322 n SORORITIES Edited by Karolyn Karr Page 323 AXS2 Major activities of Alpha Chi Omega were a fall Ranch Dance, a fall retreat, a Dads ' Day buffet, a spring formal at Westwood Country Club, and Varsity Carnival. Campus leaders in the sorority included Lynn Martin and Nancy Nixon, Ten Most Beautiful; Judy Byrd, com- mander of Cordettes; Dorothy Plummer and Deborah Per- kins, Navy Sweethearts; Beverly Wright, Faculty-Student Conference Committee; Peggy Brzeszkiewicz, Orange Jack- ets; Dorothy Plummer, co-ordinator for Round-Up; Peggy Gralino, Cowboy Sweetheart nominee; Becky Houston, chairman of Campus Survey Committee; Joyce Hilsher, president of Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters. Alpha Chi Omega was led this year by Allyne Sue O ' Ban- ion, president; Mina Jo Hawkins, first vice-president; Mary Barbara Miner, second vice-president; Julia Walker, third vice-president; Pamela Glass, recording secretary; Barbara Gail Keller, corresponding secretary. The sorority house- mother was Mrs. Vera Ussery. Founded at DePauw University in 1885, the Texas Chap- ter of A Chi received its charter in 1924. Above Right: 2420 Nueces. Right: Actives held a get-acquainted party at the beginning of the year. Top Row: Ann Marie AJtmiller, Andrea Kay Anderson, Suzanne Laura Baker, Mary Jane Bechtold, Kerry Kathleen Bogart, Susan Lee Bourdon, Sharon Ann Boyd, Judy Jo Ann Brill. Second Row: Margaret Jane Brze- szkiewicz, Elsie Harriet Buckle, Susan Valorie Burns, Cheryl Ann Burr, Judy Kathryn Byrd, Cathryn Elaine Calhoun, Ann Elizabeth Caraway, Catherine Elizabeth Carl. Third Row: Carol Amanda Carter, Ellen Rebecca Cathey, Cynthia Lou Christian, Elizabeth Anne Clark, Edana Clementine Coole, Carol Cox, Susan Lynn Dabney, Patricia C. Dahlstrom. Fourth Row: Theresa Frances Dan- iel, Carol Ruth Darley, M. Diane Dickson, Judy K. Dobbs, Tanna Sue Doing, Mary Karen Dunaway, Carolyn Kay Dutton, Sandy Lee Eberbardt. Fifth Row: Phyllis Marie Frede, Phyllis Ann Fryer, Jo Ann Giese, Susan Ann Cirardeau, Pamela Glass, Peggy Ann Gralino, Elissa Ann Gray. Page 324 ALPHA CHI OMEGA ' , , Top Row: Carolyn Sue Gregory, Kathleen Nix Gunn, Diane G. Guy, Patricia Gray Guy, Courtney Guy- ette, Linda Mellina Guyette, Jaynee Carole Guynes, Elsie Irene Halleck, Mina Jo Hawkins. Second Row: Pamela Jeanne Hay- mes, Helen Lu Hearne, Peggy Diane Hibler, Joyce Marie Hilsher, Janet L. Holden, Cheryl Anne Holt, Elizabeth Anne Houston, Constance Elizabeth Hudgins, Dorothy Ann Humphrey. Third Row: Virginia Lee Humph- rey, Brook Anne Johnson, Priscilla R. Jordan, Karen Marie Kaase, Jolie Anne Kalbaugh, Barbara Gail Keller, Chris Leah Kellough, Gin- ger Sharon Lanclos, Mary Lin Lankford. Fourth Row: Phyllis Evelyn Lan- ning, Betty Ellen Lennox, Mary Christina MacNaughton, Sally Jeanann Mallett, Karen Irene Man- hart, Kathleen Graham Martin, Margaret Frances Martin, Marsella Lynn Martin, Shirley Jean McCol- lum. Fifth Row: Lynda Kay McVey, Linda Gail Miller, Mary Barbara Miner, Antonia S. Moran, Lynne Ashley Moyer, Pamela Paige Mur- phy, Phyllis Joan Nash, Ellen Ja- nette Nelson, Suzanne Haden Nich- oil. Sixth Row: Nancy Annette Nixon, Deborah Faye Noack, Cynthia Nu- gent, Allyne Sue O ' Banion, Karen Ann Olsen, Cynthia Jean Owen, Liby An Palmer, Janette Patter- son, Rene Marie Pederson. Seventh Row: Elizabeth Ann Pen- dleton, Patricia Annette Perdue, Deborah Georgette Perkins, Char- lene Philp, Virginia Reh Piston, Dorothy Louise Plummer, Laurie Posgate, Jan Lynn Reimann, Carole Prim Rhodes. Eighth Row: Sarah Elizabeth Rich- ardson, Jeanie Ricketts, Ann Riv- ers, Frances H. St. Peter, Janice Beth Savage, Peggy Jean Scheid, Harriet Elizabeth Sehmitt, Kather- ine Ann Schnitzius, Wendy Joseph- ine Schuler. Ninth Row: Donna Lenell Smith, Sandra Ilene Smith, Suzanne Car- olyn Smith, Patricia Lee Swanson, Sandra Kay Thomas, Colleen O. Tracy, Martha Virginia Tresch- wig, Jan Ellen Vutech, ShaLyn Ross Warren. Tenth Row: Linda Lou Williamson, Judith Ann Winkel, Jerolyn Sue Witt, Beverly Jean Wright, Char- lotte Elizabeth Wright, Janice Lee Wright, Rosalind Wright, Ann Yar- brough, Elizabeth Jean Yeager. Page 325 AAH I This fall Alpha Delta Pi won Sigma Chi Derby Day and was presented with the highest scholarship trophy at Sing- Song. In February the group held their winter formal. ADPi ' s also participated in Varsity Carnival and a spring retreat. ADPi ' s Judy Barefield and Debby Spiva were tapped for Orange Jackets, Dana Yarbrough for Spooks, and Patri- cia Henderson for Cordettes. Sheryl White was elected fresh- man cheerleader, and Judy Ferguson was nominated for Cowboy Sweetheart. The officers of the sorority were Anne Elizabeth Blank- enship, president; Maida Mildred Corder, vice-president, Ricki Lynn Jackson, pledge trainer; Amanda Felicita Stru- ben, recording secretary; and Susan Jane Douglas, treas- urer. Mrs. Katherine Neal was housemother. Alpha Delta Pi was founded nationally on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Ga. It was the first secret society founded for college women. Delta Chap- ter at the University of Texas was founded in June, 1906. Above Right: 2601 University. Right: Alpha Delta Pis entertained their parents on Dads ' Day with a brunch at the house. Top Row: Karen Ann Abbott, Jan Alexander, Nancy Lynne Austin, Regina Jane Babin, Martha Ann Bailey, Dixie Anne Baker, Susan Jean Baldwin. Second Row: Charlotte Lee Banks, Judy Karen Barefield, Shelly Kay Baumgardner, Celia Rae Beall, Mary Mozelle Bland, Anne Eliz- abeth Blankenship, Laura Nell Bolt, Valera Kay Bondesen. Third Row: Sharon Lynne Bram- lett, Barbara Kay Brantley, Sandra Rene Brawner, Carolyn Kay Brown, Marilyn Bruyere, Patty Lynn Bur- rows, Lynda Louise Bursey, Nadine Oleva Cochran. Fourth Row: Louise Noelie Goer- ver, Carol Alice Conner, Maida Mildred Corder, LouAnn Curtis, Andrea Lea De Shong, Cheryl Loyd De Shong, Susan Jane Douglas, Barbara Nelle Drhcoll. Page 326 ALPHA DELTA PI 4ttli M b 1W W9 - v Top Row: Carolyn Elizabeth Fer- guson, Mary Elizabeth Franks, Joan Elizabeth Garrett, Mary Alison Gayle, Diana Ruth Geis, Carol Lynn Gilbert, Lady Jayne Grimes. Second Row: Glenna Helen Grove, Andrea Rae Harrison, Rebecca Hastings, Patricia Alice Hender- son, Ann Henslee, Sharon Gwyn Howard, Mary Katherine Hubert. Third Row: Robin G. Hunt, Kaye Ellen Irvin, Carolyn Diane Jack- son, Ricki Lynn Jackson, Patricia Dale Jefferson, Diane Ruth John- son, Mary Kathryn Johnson. Fourth Row: Janet Claire Jones, Suzanne Curtis Julian, Rebecca Sheppard Kauffman, Karen Daph- ne Keel, Beth Ann Knight, Melinda Phyllis Knight, Mary Margaret Kuykendall. Fifth Row: Gretchen Dawn Lam- brecht, Nancy Jean Law, Nancy Elizabeth Lehman, Martha Louise Martin, Deborah McCormick, Jen- nifer Ann McCrory, Joan Meyers. Sixth Row: Lynn Miller, Marsha Frances Monroe, Cheryl Lynn Mur- phy, Cynthia Ann Nichols, Ellen Gordon Noble, Diane Oliver, Mary Jo Parks. Seventh Row: Martha Lee Pattillo, Nancy Isabel Peterson, Cynthia Lee Porter, Patricia Isbel Price, Mar- garet Ann Proctor, Mary Dell Ra- mey, Linda Dianne Reed. Eighth Row: Elizabeth Alene Ris- inger, Patricia Ann Ryan, George Ann Shamess, Margaret Jeanne Smith, Deborah Anne Spiva, Sha- ron Ann Staats, Frances Ellen Stet- Ninth Row: Sylvia Sue Stimson, Mary Martha Stotler, Amanda Fe- licita Struben, Sandra Gay Taylor, Judy Elizabeth Vance, Linda Lea Ward, Suzanne Waters. Tenth Row: Frances Elaine Wat- kins, Sharon Kay White, Sheryl Louise White, Glenda Jane Wil- liams, Constance June Wilson, Dana Elizabeth Yarbrough, Eliz- abeth Marlene Yust. Page 327 AEO Various social activities of Alpha Epsilon Phi this past year included a fall party at the Hotel Gondolier, a formal at Westwood Country Club in the spring, and a surprise trip for the pledges and actives to the circus. AEPhi ' s are active members and officers in many ser- vice and honorary organizations on campus. Barbara Ber- liner served the University as an educational assembly- woman; Cookie Swesnik and Susie Spiritas were tapped for Angel Flight; Cindy Burke was selected as first runner-up for Best Dressed Coed; Lynn Wagner served as secretary of Cordettes and Rosalyn Pransky as information officer; and Janet Goren was elected to Mortar Board. Spook of- ficers were Carol Goldman, historian, and Leslie Fierman, pledge trainer, while Ricki Bernstein was chosen as out- standing Spook. Officers for Alpha Epsilon Phi were Ruth Skibell, pres- ident; Karen Michael Golding, vice-president; Joan Lynn Unger, pledge trainer; Ricki Annette Berstein, recording secretary; and Nancy Nasits, corresponding secretary. The sorority housemother was Mrs. Katherine LeRoy. On Oct. 24, 1909, the first national chapter of AEPhi was founded at Barnard College in New York. Omega, the Texas Chapter, was founded April 25, 1925. Above Right: 2500 Rio Grande. Right: On the main mall, pledges worked enthusiastically to sell taffy for Dimes Day. Top Row: Kay Ann Appleman, Betty Barenblat, Sharon Lee Bar- enblat, Carol Barnard, Freddie Louise Barrett, Barbara Jan Ber- liner. Second Row: Ricki Annette Bern- stein, Linda Alice Biderman, Eve Elizabeth Bindursky, Margery Louise Block, Madalyn Beth Bloom, Linda Sue Brandt. Third Row: Miriam Faye Brook- ner, Cynthia Ann Burke, Harriette Ann Clark, Sharon Lynn Cohen, Madelon Beth David, Judy Anne Davis. Fourth Row: Linda Kaye Davis, Florence Muriel Donald, Leah Goldie Donosky, Teri Allene Edlis, Kay Eldridge, Stephanie Elaine Emmer, Barbara Helen Feinberg. Page 328 ALPHA EPSILON PHI 7 op Row: Rita Elaine Feldman, Sharon Gertrude Felsenthal, Leslie Sue Fierman, Judy A. Finberg, Arlene Finger, Frances Ellen Gins- burg, Karen Michael Golding. Second Row: Carol Beth Goldman, Judy Ann Goldstein, Marilyn Go- lub, Cynthia Claire Gray, Susan Marilyn Grossman, Leisa Holland, Leslie Cee Hurwitz. Third Row: Susan Jessell, Gail Yvonne Kaplan, Linda Beth Kern, Cheryl Dee Kurtz, Joan Harrise Labovitz, Diane Hope Leidner, Barbara Lynn Levin. Fourth Row: Carol Lynn Levin, Laurie Levin, Susan Jean Levin, Joan Claire Levine, Nancy Helen Lewis, Elaine Luterman, Betty Jo Mandel. Fifth Row: Rene Lynn Mandel, Sandra Marks, Maxine Ida Mayer, Muriel Joy Melcher, Joyce Susan Miller, Nancy Ann Nasits, Shirli Rose Novit. Sixth Row: Melinda Novy Parrill, Rosalyn Lee Pransky, Barbara Frances Presser, Cheryl Lynn Raff- kind, Barbara Jane Ravel, Sharon Elaine Robbins, Nancy Rae Roosth. Seventh Row: Ilene Jill Rosenthal, Susan Elaine Rosin, Andrea Beth Rudd, Judi Barbara Schimmel, Marsha Ann Schraub, Nancy Adele Schwartz, Sandra Schwartz. Eighth Row: Gloria Sheryl Shoss, Janis Kay Siegelman, Judy F. Simkin, Barbara Belle Simon, Ruth Skibell, Doris Ann Solomon, Susan Gaye Spiritas. Ninth Row: Margo Susan Spitz, Sidney Stifft Spitzer, Janna Cope- land Stern, Hyla Beth Swesnik, Sherry Kay Swesnik, Joan Lynn Unger, Fredell Cookie Wadler. Tenth Row: Lynn Susan Wagner, Marcia Lee Waldman, Susan Ellen Wainger, Sue Ann Wertheimer, Paulette Wolf, Madeline Betty Ya- ker, Cheryl Anne Zimmerman. Page 329 AFA This year members of Alpha Gamma Delta held their fall retreat at the 7-A Dude Ranch in Wimberly, a pledge Hal- loween party, Dads ' Day buffet, winter formal at the Crest Hotel, spring achievement dinner, and a spring retreat to plan activities for the coming year. Alpha Gams active on campus were Rebecca Dobie, Spooks and Cordettes, and Suzanna Veiluva, historian of Kappa Delta Pi, national education honorary. In the fall, pledges Merle Anne Hoff and Jackie Cole were tapped for Spooks, and Sheila Skeen and Penelope Reed became members of Alpha Lambda Delta. Officers for this past year were Mary Jane Davis, pres- ident; Edna Diane Germer, first vice-president; Yvonne Marie Jensen, second vice-president; Helen Haldon Stike- leather, recording secretary; and Jo Lee Pimlott, treasurer. Mrs. Madeline Patton was housemother. Alpha Gamma Delta was founded nationally in 1904 at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., and locally in 1940. Below: 807 West 25th. Above Right: Pledges found their new big sisters at the end of a string. Below Right: Alpha Gams entertained dates at their annual Dads ' Day dinner. Top Row: Renean Balke, Carol Ann Barnett, Cheryl Lynn Blair, Peggy Sue Bobo, Betty Gay Braw- ley, Ina Lynne Brundrett, Margaret Olivia Burnett. Second Row: Virginia Claire Bur- nett, Jackie Ann Cole, Karen Kay Corso, Mary Anne Crossette. Rose Marie Daerr, Linda Lauree Dalton, Janet L. Davis. Page 330 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Sisters had fun at a chapter Hal- loween party. e fl ' A Top Row: Mary Jane Davis, Nae- deen Ruth Elsik, Edna Diane Ger- mer, Mary Jane Hinkel, Merle Anne Hoff, Audrey Elayne Holm, Mary Kathryn Holmes, Cindy Lou Hoose. Second Row: Mary Kathryn Hm- cir, Barbara Jane Jaeggli, Janet Kay Jeffery, Yvonne Marie Jen- sen, Sandra Lee Kingsbury, Cyn- thia Ann Kouri, Nancy Matthews Law, Pamela Anne Love. Third Row: Livie Andrea Mac- Master, Rose Ann Mcllvain, Linea Ann McNeel, Nina Louise McVey, Grace Ford Melcher, Suzanne Lee Middleton, Myrrl Lynn Moon, Brenda Kay Moorhead. Fourth Row: Jean Diane Morton, Rebecca A. Muenchen, Linda Sue Peterson, Jonnie Kim Peterson, Jo Lee Pimlott, Penelope Ann Reed, Anita Jean Scott, Sheila An- nette Skeen. Fifth Row: Betty Janelle Smith, Helen Haldon Stikeleather, Penny Ann Stillwell, Suzanna Dell Veil- uva, Susan Viles, Phyllis JoAnn Vollmer, Sharon Anne Wehner, Charlene May Word. Page 331 Below: Rushees received name tags before attending the AKA spring party. Bottom: Members gave a Christmas party for children from the 19th Street Baptist Church Day Care Center. AKA Fall activities of Alpha Kappa Alpha included a sing- song in September, a record hop sponsored by the pledge class, a Harvest Festival semiforrnal, the traditional Can-Can party to gather canned goods for needy families at Thanks- giving, and a Christmas party for the children of the 19th Street Baptist Church Day Care Center. A Mid-Winter Ball, rush and Round-Up parties, a baseball game with Alpha Phi Alpha, a weekend retreat, the chapter ' s Founders ' Day ac- tivities, and the Ivy Presentation and Formal Ball high- lighted the spring activities. This year the sorority was led by Betty Jean Devereaux, Basileus; Barbara Dianne Douglas, Anti-Basileus ; Karen Verne Williams, Grammateus; Camilla Joyce Hall, Tami- ouchos ; and Betty Joan Griggs, dean of pledges. The first chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded on Jan. 16. 1908, at Howard University and was incorpora- ted in 1913. The local chapter, Delta Xi, was established in May, 1959. Page 332 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA ' . .. Top Row: Ruby Jewel Bennett, Carolyn Kay Cole, Betty Jean Devereaux, Barbara Dianne Doug- las. Second Row: Ruth Elaine Frank- lin, Mary Kathleen Gordon, Betty Joan Griggs, Camilla Joyce Hall. Third Row: Pamiel Lynne John- son, Barbara Singleton Jones, Ar- leen Elizabeth Lawson, Linda Jane Lewis. Fourth Row: Vivian Lucille Mayes, Janet Marie Scott, Shirley Jean Tennyson, Brenda Raynelle Wilk- ins, Karen Verne Williams. Le t: During spring rush, AKA ' s held a can- dlelight service, presenting the chapter ' s history to rushees. Above: AKA members met in the Union for their weekly chapter meetings. Page 333 Aon A Included in the major activities of Alpha Omicron Pi this last year were participation in the Aggie Sign Contest, a Dads ' Day coffee and open house, a weekend retreat at the Corral of the Longhorns in Wimberly, a Christmas semiformal at the Austin Women ' s Club, Varsity Carnival, and the annual Rose Ball at the Gondolier Hotel. The AOPi Holiday Bazaar held by the collegiate chapter and alumnae was the major philanthropic project of the year. Campus leaders included Linda Moriarty, member of the Student Council of the College of Architecture; Yvonne Roye, Madrigal singer; Connie Taylor, vice-president of the Home Economics Chapter; Jean Pearre, first place in the intramural posture contest; Joyce Mclntyre, Beth Baines, and Gayle Davis, tapped for Spooks; and Marilyn Krogerus and Linda Stallings, selected for Alpha Lambda Delta. Officers of the chapter were Lou Ellen Cargill, president; Karen Lee Owen, vice-president; Barbara Lynn Lockett, corresponding secretary; Mary Jane Underwood, recording secretary; and Carolyn Sue Holland, treasurer. Mrs. Phoebe Cox was the housemother. The national founding of Alpha Omicron Pi was on Jan. 2, 1897, at Barnard College, Columbia University. The Pi Kappa chapter of The University of Texas was founded on April 19. 1941. and celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary on campus in April. 1966. with a banquet at the Austin Women ' s Club. Above Right: 2622 Wichita. Right: Members honored their parents on Dads ' Day with a breakfast-brunch. Below: The sorority enjoyed a candlelight ceremony. Top Row: Jean Louise Anderson, Kathryn Lee Anthony, Louise Christine Babel, Beth Anne Barnes, Dorothy Elizabeth Barnes, Mary Zaffrin Brownlee, Annie Laurie Bull. Second Row: Lou Ellen Cargill, Lynda Joyce Cook, Gayle Ann Davis. Dinah Lea Denson, Susan Jane Deutsch, Jan Elizabeth El- liiitt, Patricia Ann Failor. Sftc Page 334 ALPHA OMICRON PI Top Row: Carolyn Marie Finne- gan, Pamela Marjorie Giblin, Eliz- abeth Isabell Grafius, Barbara Louise Grant, Virginia Ellen Grille, Sheri Kay Grimes, Patricia Louise Herron, Melodye Jeanne Hickman. Second Row: Martha Ellen Hogue, Carolyn Sue Holland, Carol Marcel Isom, Elizabeth Lenda Kennedy, Virginia Wensley Koch. Janet Ann Koester, Marilyn Joy Krogerus, Barbara Lynn Lockett. Third Row: Kathleen Diane May, Johnnie Belle McDonald. Kathryn Joyce Mclntyre, Linda Rae Mo- riarty, Pamela Dian Nance, Karen Suzann O ' Neal, Karen Lee Owen, Sylvia Jean Pearre. Fourth Row: Sharon Irene Perry. Margaret Iris Powell, Gwen Rich- ardson, Laura Yvonne Roye, Susan Louise Schneider. Barbara Ann Schultz, Elta Enid Smith, Linda Kay Stallings. Fifth Row: Lynda Gayle Tankers- ley, Connie Lynn Taylor, Marilyn Trahan, Mary Jane Underwood, Louella Grace Vine, Susan Wagner, Sharon Kay Wallace, Bettie Selden Watford. Sisters gathered to enjoy a chapter dessert party in the spring. Page 335 Fall activities of Alpha Phi included participation in Dimes Day. a Dads ' Day luncheon, a fall retreat at Holiday Hills in Wimberly. and a big-little sister " workshirt party. " Alpha Phi placed second in the sorority division of Sing- Song. In the spring, Omega Chapter had a formal at the Crest Hotel in March and a Round-Up Brunch in April. The sorority also sponsored a foreign exchange student, Lucia Elias from Chile, who lived in the house during the spring semester. Campus leaders of the sorority were Mary Ann Mellen- bruch. Dads ' Day Outstanding Student, Electrical Engi- neering Sweetheart. President of Orange Jackets, and A S assemblywoman; Linda McLean, best Cordette pledge and semifinalist for Bluebonnet Belle; Ann Fuller, tapped for Angel Flight and Cowboy Sweetheart nominee; Donna Har- lan. tapped for Orange Jackets; Kay Lynn Welters, Ten Best Dressed, sweetheart of Chi Phi, and president of Chi Phi Little Sisters; Kay Harlan. president of Educational Council and Union Executive and Fine Arts Committees; Judith Groom. Mortar Board; and Leslie Johnson, president and Joyce Darling, secretary of Delta Upsilon Little Sisters. Executive duties of Alpha Phi were performed by Marion Muenzenberger, president; Kay Harlan, first vice-president; Mary Lou Hooser, treasurer; Kitty Wright, rush chairman; and Susan Mitchell, social chairman. Founded nationally on Oct. 10, 1872, at Syracuse Uni- versity, the local chapter, Omega, was chartered in 1920. Above Right: 2005 University. Right: Alpha Phis won second place at Sing-Song with their performance of " Yesterday. " Top Row: Marilee Claire Aden- sam, Edith Anna Allen, Lauren Jane Bailey, Betty Bertrand Barnes, Carolyne Barton, Catherine Baum- stark, Mary Frances Baumstark. Second Row: Donna Yvonne Bell, Pamela Mary Blohm, Elizabeth Jane Bobby, Linda Louise Bohls, Diana Lynn Boland, Sally Kath- erine Broyles, Virginia Marie Brun- ner. Third Row: Linda Louise Burnett, Janice Lynn Butler, Nancy Joan Butler, Susan Kay Callaway, Ame- lia Rosario Canales, Carolyn Sue Cannamore, Bonnie Sue Casey. Fourth Row: Patricia Ann Ccn- nolly, Barbara Elaine Coward, Lin- da Louise Cresswell, Judith Louise Croom, Carol Cruce, Joyce Darling, Cynthia Anne Davis, Margaret Ann Derby. Fi lh Row: Mary Patricia Devine, Linda Sue Deweese, Linda Kay Dragon, Deborah Dianne Duree, Beverly Ann Eads, Elaine Eggeling, Linda Anne Eppright, Kathy Faye Evans. Page 336 ALPHA PHI I Top Row: Ann Elizabeth Fuller, Billie Irene Gilliam, Judy Mary Viola Giudice, Sharon Dale Graves, Margaret Elizabeth Griffin, Linde Susan Hammack, Susan Jane Ham- ner, Donna Lynne Harlan. Second Row: Paula Kay Harlan, Barbara Jeanine Harrison, Rosanne Violet Harrison, Susan Lynn Hass- locher, Mary Susan Henry, Virginia Gail Hibbetts, Mary Lynne Holm, Mary Lou Hooser. Third Row: Sandra Kathleen Hun- ter, Patti Lynn Hutton, Dianna Margaret James, Leslie Joyce John- son, Laura Gwyn Johnson, Sherry Kay Jones, Helen Carole Kelley, Judith Anne Kellond. Fourth Row: Linda Latimer, Pa- tricia Irene MacDonald, Peggy Ann Magner, Jean Louise Manning, Jennie Webb Marquess, Judy Mar- chelle Mayes, Susan Lynn McCoin, Linda Jo McLean. Fifth Row: Diane McWhirter, Ma- ry Ann MeJIenbruch, Margaret Anne Miller, Linda Kay Moore, Patricia Jane Moran, Mary Anne Morgan, Mary Dianne Motter, Marion Catherine Muenzenberger. Sixth Row: Carol Louise Neu, Elizabeth Anne Oaks, Jo Ann Pat- rick, Diane Angela Pontello, Anna Elaine Rainey, Martha Ann Rainey, Regina Loretta Reed, Judy Rein- ing. Seventh Row: Harriet Reynolds, Janet Elizabeth Rice, Sarah Cath- erine Roach, Martha Lee Roberts, Lynn Ann Rogers, Susan Lynn Ross, Dianne Louise Sabom, Mar- guerite Ann Sanders. Eighth Row: Sharon Kay Sanders, Diane Louise Sawyer, Kay Dianne Scott, Jane Dawson Sears, Trudy Kier Skiff, Catherine Louise Slade, Kathryn Ann Smith, Paula Frances Smith. Ninth Row: Gail Alice Spencer, Joy Kristine Stapp, Nancy Joan Sutton, Martha Elizabeth Taylor, June Lea Tedter, Linda Jean Thomas, Barbara Jane Tudor, Re- becca Eugenia Vance. Tenth Row: Susan Lee Vance, Pamela Lee Warner, Linda Sue Werkenthin, Barbara Elaine Wied- erkehr. Donna Parsons Wier, Su- san Jane Willard, Kay Lynn Wol- ters, Kitty Wright. Page 337 This year Alpha Xi Delta won first place in the sorority division of Sing-Song, participated in campus functions such as the Aggie Sign Contest and Miss Campus Chest, held a casual dance in the fall, a spring formal, and a retreat for the pledges. Helping in the community, the girls took an active part in the Pan American Center, giving parties for the children twice a year. Active members on campus included Peggy Clements, Texas Union Council, Union Entertainment Committee chairman, and Education Council vice-president; Nancy Jo Fleury, Spooks officer, Posse member, Cordettes officer, and Alpha Lambda Delta member-at-large ; Peggy Goulding, Gamma Delta Epsilon president; Nancy Jostes, Panhellenic president; Jo Ann Rowley, Angel Flight drill commander; Janet King, Cordettes executive officer and freshman orien- tation advisor; Barbara Childs, Alpha Phi Tau president; and Melanie Moore tapped for Angel Flight, and Lydia Lequeux, for Spooks. Officers of Alpha Xi Delta for this year were Rosemary Wendorf, president; Georgia Darrow, vice-president; Frances Waghalter, recording secretary; Michelle Moore, correspond- ing secretary; and Brenda Blumrich, treasurer. The house- mother was Mrs. Mable Greenwood. From the first chapter of Alpha Xi Delta, which was founded at Lombard College in Galesbury, 111. on April 17, 1893, the sorority has grown into 125 national chapters. The local organization was founded in 1963. Above Right: 2508 Rio Grande. Right: For their philanthropic proj- ect, Alpha Xi Delta ' s gave a Halloween party for the Pan American Recreation children. Top Row: Frances Elina Adams, Mary Elaine Adams, Suzanne Elaine Allison, Kay Arline Ander- son, Martha Jo Armstrong, Peggy Sue Bailey, Barbara Ann Barnard, Carol Barnes, Margaret Barton. Second Row: Paulette Gwen Bauer, Alice Lynn Berkman, Sheila Ann Birden, Brenda Nell Blumrich, Mary Elizabeth Boortz, Carol Sue Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Lee Ola Brown, Linda Joy Brown. Third Row: Kathleen Cameron, Katherine Nell Castellanos, Bar- bara Ann Cheeves, Barbara Lynne Chiasson, Barbara June Childs, Mollie Allen Childs, Patricia Jane Clements, Peggy Lynn Clements, Cathy Nell Curlee. fourth Row: Beverly Lou Davis, Linda Kaye Doane, Donna Kay Douglas, Donna Sue Dudley, Ka- ren Eloise Erwin, Mary Lou Er- win, Anne Elizabeth Fincke, Nancy Jo Fleury, Jane Louise Foster, Conner Jane Gilbert. Page 338 ALPHA XI DELTA Top Row: Anne Louise Cilliam, Geraldine Jane Godfrey, Saundra Louise Goodson, Peggy Marie Goulding, Linda Jean Grimes, Su- sie Elaine Hahn, Jayne Laraine Harlowe, Dorothy Raye Hayes, Jacquelynn Dianne Houston. Second Row: Sandra Lynn Hrncir, Marion Annette Hurt, Linda Sue Ikins, Donna Lynn Isaacks, Carol Jackson, Karen Marie Jackson, Katherine Inga Jordan, Nancy Lynne Jostes, Judith Ann Kateley. Third Row: Sarah Rebecca Ken- nady, Betsy Kilday, Janet Irene King, Carol Ann Kinsman, Nancy Louise Kleck, Frances Patricia Kuhleman, Peggy Ellen Leasure, Nancy Boone Ledbetter, Cheryl Lee Ledoux. Fourth Row: Diane Rochelle Le- queux, Lydia Simone Lequeux, Mary Frances Le Tulle, Betty Claire Lipscomb, Elizabeth Mason, Linda Joyce Massey, Lynda Irene Matocha, Mary Ann Maxwell, Bon- nie Rae McCluskey. Fifth Row: Lynda Gale McCoy, Jo Carol McGehee, Patricia An McKinley, Faith Milling, Patricia Annette Mims, Pamela Kay Moel- ler, Dorothy Louise Mogford, Don- na Ruth Mooney, Melanie Jeane Moore. Sixth Row: Michelle Wyatt Moore, Marion Lynn Morris, Judith Ann Norton, Linda Jane Norton, Eliz- abeth Glen O ' Brien, Sue Elaine O ' Donnelly, Patsy Evlyn Pace, Ka- ren Lynn Farmer, Mary Elizabeth Pettit. Seventh Row: Rebecca Sealy Pine- kard, Anne Elizabeth Pratka, Nan- cy Kay Ramsey, Jewel Dee Red- ding, Dana Gayle Reynolds, Jo Ann Rowley, Elizabeth Ann Scherz, Martha Katherine Scofield, Kay Dale Seibert. Eighth Row: Linda Joyce S imp- son, Jan Nell Sittel, Carolyn Gail Skinner, Martha Small, Margaret Susan Starr, Sally Ann Stumpf, Susan Elizabeth Swanson, Patricia Jane Taylor, Lydia Ann Tuffly. Ninth Row: Ann Susan Urquhart, Sharon Lynne Volosin, Frances Ann Waghalter, Barbara Nell Wagner, Carolyn Kay Walls, Deborah Ann Wambold, Pamela Ward, Jan Di- ane Wechsler, Constance Ann Wel- len. Tenth Row: Carol Ann Weller, Shirley Sue Wells, Rosemary Wen- dorf, Mellie Jo Williams, Brenda Wilson, Ethel Lorraine Wilson, Di- ane Lee Wiseman, Patricia McKay Yaryan, Kathryn Ruth Zimmer- Page 339 Several match parties, retreat at the John L. Hill Ranch, Christmas party given with Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity for the Round Rock orphans, spring barbecue with the Cow- boys, and breakfast with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority high- lighted the Chi Omega calendar this year. Members receiving honors were Nancy Bernard, 1966 Maid of Cotton; Kathy Jane Hobbs and Mary Claire Koep- pe, 1966 University of Texas Sweetheart finalists; Glenna Schroeder, president of Panhellenic; Sara Bullock, president of Orange Jackets; Susan Epps and Becky Porter tapped for Orange Jackets; Maureen Howe, elected to Angel Flight; and Charlynn Anderson, Lucinda Hanks, and Susan Cun- ningham, chosen for Spooks. Chi Omega officers were Kathy Jane Hobbs, president; Carol Lynne Russell, vice-president; Mary Claire Koeppe, pledge trainer; Betty Loa Herolz, secretary; and Linda Bess Blanchette, treasurer. Mrs. Ruth Nichlos filled the position of housemother. On April 5, 1895, the national group of the sorority was founded at the University of Arkansas. The University of Texas Iota chapter was chartered May 31, 1904. Above Right: 2613 Wichita. Right: With their Chi O Casino, pledges entreated passersby to gamble a bit for Dimes Day. Top Row: Fay Cathryn Allison, Carol Lynn Althage, Charlynn Ann Anderson, Mary Love Bailey, Nanci Sue Barbee, Karen Elaine Barnard, Catherine Renee Barsalou. Second Row: Delores Jane Barton, Pamela Ann Beaver, Nancy Ber- nard, Jane Ellen Billings, Claudia Susan Bodiford, Joan Marie Boh- man, Linda Mary Boston. Third Row: Roxanne Boyd, Kath- leen Louise Brandt, Nancy Jean Browder, Ann Browning, Kathryn Frances Cain, Pamela Susan Cain, Jacqualyn Camille Campbell. Fourth Row: Iris Margene Capper, Gretchen Carlock, Donna Sue Ca- veness, Catherine Reda Chaplin, Ann Bayler Clark, Marsha Clark, Mary Alix Clark. Fifth Row: Brenda Joyce Cook, Kay Copeland, Jacqueline Cotrell, Grace Alice Crocker, Susan Jean Cunningham, Diana Marie Davis, Roxanna Dunn, Sarah Lynn Ell- wood. Page 340 CHI OMEGA Top Row: Susan Elizabeth Epps, Carolyn Virginia Evans, Marilyn Gail Fairies, Nancy Carolyn Fish- er, Jeanne Voiers Goode, Mary Lou Grantham, Barbara Ann Grove, Carolyn Wood Grove. Second Row: Carol Leigh Hall, Karen Lynn Hamilton, Lucinda Boylen Hanks, Joyce Lynn Hardy, Cynthia Leanne Harris, Linda Lou Haston, Jane Scott Hawkins, Me- linda Elizabeth HilL Third Row: Kathleen Jane Hobbs, Risa Marie Homer, Maureen Howe, Billye Louise Huckabee, Ann Hud- dleston, Sally Hutchings, Patria Junell, Robbie Ann Kerr. Fourth Row: Mary Claire Koeppe, Susan Anne Kolius, Margaret Les- lie Lane, Delia Ann Leahy, Cyn- thia Anne Leggett, Nancy Lou Leggett, Kathleen Laura Lewis, Nancy Ann Littleton. Fifth Row: Carole Elizabeth Mai- da, Betty Sue Marable, Merry Crawford Mayne, Janet McAfee, Sharron Kaye McCoy, Laura Lee Mehr, Nancy Lynn Merritt, Lizetta Lynn Miller. Sixth Row: Jacqueline Arnauld Moehlman, Margaret Frances Mor- gan, Katharine June Morrill, Pa- tricia Evelyn Nelson, Carol Wenn- mohs Nunnally, Janet Marguerite Pennycuick, Camille Pickens, Re- becca Anne Porter. Seventh Row: Carol Ann Ricci, Faye Annette Rife, Janan Margaret Rodgers, Gemme Rousseau, Pa- tricia Ann Ruby, Cornelia Lane Sanders, Nancy Guynn Sanders, Glenna Margaret Schroeder. Eighth Row: Cherry Scott, Sandra Slaughter, Glenna Lea Sleeper, Daisy Mary Sloan, Carolyn Buxton Smith, Sharon Ann Smith, Teena Francine Smith, Janet Gaye Stone. Ninth Row: Ruth Lynn Talking- ton, Susan Nell Terry, Margaret Ann Thomas, Michaele Ann Thorp, Christine Ann Walker, Jan Addeen Weaver, Joan Marie Wells, Cynthia Anne White. Tenth Row: Gloria Kay Wicker- sham, Janice Susan Wilkinson, Su- san Gay Wilkinson, Katherine Ann Willis, Leslie Ann Wilson, Patricia Gay Wilson, Cindy Winn, Phyllis Kay Wood. Page 341 AAA Activities of the year for Delta Delta Delta included a Founders ' Day Banquet, a chapter retreat, entries in the Aggie and Round-up sign contests, Cowboy-Spur breakfast, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, a Varsity Carnival entry, and the spring formal. Three scholarships were awarded by the chapter to deserving students. This year the chapter also received a second place prize in the mixed division of Sing-Song. Campus leaders of Tri-Delt included Beverly Enderle and Jane Gully, varsity cheerleaders; Kathy Shaw, freshman cheerleader; and Carolyn Extes, Orange Jackets. Assuming leadership responsibilities for the year were Elizabeth Claire Ceilings, president; Susan Alice Park, ex- ecutive vice-president; Janie 0. Gee, pledge trainer; Sharon Marie Herberger, treasurer; and Beverly Bloodworth, chap- lain. Mrs. H. C. Booth served as housemother. The sorority was founded nationally in 1888 at Boston University, and locally in 1912. Above Right: 503 West 27th. Right: Tri-Delt donuts tempted many to contribute to Dimes Day. Top Rote: Beverly Kay Agee, Billee Claire Albright, Linda Kay Atch- ley, Elizabeth Jane Ballew, Malinda Ann Bell, Ginger Carroll Bernard, Susan Joanna Blackburn, Beverly Bloodworth. Second Row: Janet Ethyl Boyle, Linda Kay Braly, Annie Melinda Brooks, Barbara Anne Brown, Re- becca Jane Bryant, Carolyn Car- lisle, Gail Elizabeth Clark, Kath- leen Clewis. Third Row: Cynthia Jean Cobb, Elizabeth Claire Collins, Carolyn Connell, Sue Lynn Cooper, Cheryl Diane Gotten, Cynthia Cunning- ham, Shuler Sallis Dansby, Eliz- abeth Ann Dobbs. Fourth Row: Dianne Douglas, Bet- ty Perry Draper, Carol Ann Dry- den, Patricia Catherine Duffy, Bet- tye Elaine Edgington, Beverly Kay Enderle, Carolyn Frances Estes, Lynn Claudia Ferguson. Fifth Row: Pamela Celeste Fergu- son, Saundra Kay Foard, Jane Ann Fontenot, Sherri Lynn Fort, Con- stance Fraker, Glenda Colley Gayle, Nancy Katherine Gent, Margaret Keith German. , Page 342 DELTA DELTA DELTA " K } fi, J ; , ' 4 " 1 v rPir f x ' T " Top Row: Marlee Gilmore, Hilaire Michelle Girard, Karen Beth Good- rich, Bonnie Blue Graves, Carla Ann Gray, Jane Elizabeth Gully, Boni Rebecca Hamric, Jan Has- tedt, Kathy Rather Henneberger. Second Row: Sharon Marie Her- berger, Cynthia Jean Hewitt, Nan- cy Carol Hewitt, Pamela Holbert, Patricia Ann Holliday, Melinda Hornsby, Carol Ann Hubbard, Car- la Ethellen Hull, Gail Anne Jack- Third Row: Kathy Arlene Karp, Kitty Carolyn King, Jan Kinney, Patricia Beth Knight, Mary Lea Lamkin, Anne Lavinia Lanford, Beverly Ann Lanier, Sandra Louise Lester, Sandra Jeanne Liddle. Fourth Row: Mary Susan Lucas, Karen Melanie Malick, Anne Hill- iard Markley, Mary Louise Mark- ley, Mary Margaret Marshall, Katherine Gordon McCarley, Mary Lucille McFarland, Melissa Me- Kenzie, Bettye Gaye McMahon. Fifth Row: Daryl Marie Miller, Marjorie Jo Miller, Sharon Ruth Miller, Ann Douglas Moize, Nancy Paul Nobles, Julie Kay Norman, Caroll Julia Olsen, Celia Ann Os- born, Edith Ann Peacock. Sixth Row: Dawn Geraldine Pot- ter, Laura Kathleen Powell, Pa- mela Ethel Primdahl, Mary Louise Queen, Mary Anne Ray, Susan Ray, Susan Margaret Ridgway, Patsy Ruth Robinson, Margaret Ann Rochs. Seventh Row: Jane Ellen Rudder, Mardee Anne Schramm, Kathy Anne Shaw, Elizabeth Shelby, Maxann Simpson, Marilyn Kaye Sims, Sherri Dianne Sledge, Mar- garet Lacy Sloan, Jan Elaine Smith. Eighth Row: Karen Ann Smith, Peggy Jane Smith, Tracy Ann Smith, Linda Lee Sokolosky, Ste- phanie Ann Sokolosky, Sallye Jane Sorenson, Karen Sue Speakman, Amanda Lou Stallcup, Jane Eloise Stephens. Ninth Row: Sharon lona Stephens, Diana Steves, Lynn Stratton, Pa- tricia Kay Stringer, Suzanne Schade Swan, Judy Jane Tedford, Carol Jean Briscoe Thorpe, Cheryl Lynn Tibbetts, Marilyn Kay Tip- ton. Tenth Row: Susan Frances Tubb, Judy Vanston, Gail Allen Walter, Laura Kathryn Weir, Elizabeth White, Judy Ann Williams, Mary Louise Williams, Sheila Kay Wil- son, Alda Frances Yeary. Page 343 Active on campus, Delta Gamma won first in the women ' s division of the Aggie Sign Contest, entered the mixed di- vision of Sing-Song with Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, and participated in Sigma Chi Derby Day. Community service projects included an annual Christmas party for the orphans of Austin, co-sponsored by Delta Tau Delta fraternity, a chapter serenade at Seton Hospital, and the Cowboy-Delta Gamma annual Christmas party for the blind. Sweethearts were Jeanne Wehmeyer, University of Texas Sweetheart and School of Engineering Sweetheart; Marsha Gostecnik, Sigma Chi Sweetheart; and Marsha White, Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart. Pat Vincent was Miss Wool of Tex- as. Other Delta Gammas active on campus were Brenda Dean, Cordette commander ; Marsha White, Freshman Coun- cil secretary ; Beth Ward, College of Business Administration secretary; Jeannie Ellison, president of Spooks; Mary Ash- worth, pledge trainer of Spooks; Carolyn DuBose, Orange Jackets; and Nancy Wray, co-chairman of O.U. Dance Com- mittee. Elected to positions of leadership this year were Jeanne Wehmeyer, president; Carolyn DuBose, first vice-president; Brenda Dean, pledge trainer; Sharon Waters, third vice- president; and Marsha Gostecnik, rush captain. Anchor man was Kit Nienhueser. Mrs. Isabel Haynes served as sorority housemother. Above Right: 2419 Rio Grande. Right: In the spring, Delta Gammas invited the Alpha Epsilon Phis to a breakfast-brunch at their new house. Top Row: Patricia Kay Anselin, Claudia Dene Arrendiell, Mary Kathryn Ashworth, Sharon Dar- landa Baird, Pamela Ruth Beall, Reece Beesley, Cathy Lynn Bond, Nancy Marie Bounds. Second Row: Teunisse Virginia Breese, Virginia Jane Brown, Mary Elizabeth Brumage, Brenda Bev- erly Buie, Diana Louise Burson, Cathy Ann Cason, Harriet Cline, Jan Annette Collins. Third Row: Claire Cordell, Cheryl Renee Craig, Deborah Ruth Crowe, Anne Dickson Daniel, Nancy Lelia Darphin, Brenda Sue Dean, Rita Marie Di Bella, Nancy Elizabeth Dickerson. Fourth Row: Ellen Roberta Dixon, Patricia Ellen Dooley, Carolyn Jean DuBose, Elizabeth Karin El- lis, Nancy Jean Ellison, Sue Nell Frank, Barbara Helen Frazier, Patti Lynn Freedlund, Frances May Ful- ler. Fifth Row: Donna Jane Fulwiler, Judith Ann Garretson, Carol Lee GiUespie, Julie Ann Goode, Mar- sha Gay Gostecnik, Loula Louise Gregg, Rebecca Clara Groner, Katherine Susan Gruner, Connie Lee Hallmark. Page 344 DELTA GAMMA 9 A Top Row: Stephanie Hamilton, Myra Verdery Hammerand, Kath- leen Fern Harris, Betsy Hender- son, Barbara Sue Herin, Dianne Lanelle Hillegeist, Nancy Eliza- beth Hitchcock, Carolyn Dianne Hunley, Pamela Ann Huth. Second Row: Evelyn Ireton, Jeanne Johanson, Deborah Jean Johnson, Marca Linn Jones, Jean Kelly, Ja- net Harlene Koontz, Janice Kaye Lane, Nancy Carol Lanier, Nancy Kay Lee. Third Row. Marilynn Dell Mad- dox, Linda Jeanne Marmion, Kath- erine Lee Marshall, Marilyn Mar- tin, Becky Maufrais, Beverly Max- well, Pamela Ann McNutt, Betsey Jane Meeker, Cora Claudia Mid- dleton. Fourth Row: Jan Ellen Miller, Ju- dith Catherine Miller, Sandra Jean Miller, Kathleen Moran, Frances Conni Muller, Mary Helen Muller, Dee Ann Mullins, Karen Kay Mul- lins, Priscilla Karen Norton. Fifth Row: Roberta Ann Ocker, Mary Pancoast Orrison, Catherine Anne Owen, Hollace Ann Parks, Frances Carolyn Patton, Julie Ann Pelton, Patricia Pfefferling, Jeanne Ann Philquist, Louisa Gail Rarey. Sixth Row: Mary Liza Rarey, Hetty Roberts, Nancy Elizabeth Rund- quist, Barbara Ann Saunders, Kath- ryn Louise Saunders, Myrna Kay Schroeder, Peggy Sue Schroeder, Constance Candee Scofield, Frances Helen Seifert. Seventh Row: Mary Nelwyn Simes, Lona Smelker, Mary Frances Snod- grass, Claudia Eoline Stewart, De- lena Jean Stewart, Susan Lynn Stovall, Mary Carolyn Stripling, Shirly Ann Stubbs, Shannon Lynn Taylor. Eighth Row: Laura Kathryn Tem- pleton, Vici Ann Thomson, Robin Jane Thrift, Anne Scott Vaughan, Patricia Thayer Vincent, Penny Elayne Wadley, Lana Jo Wallace, Beth Ward, Sharon Sue Waters. Ninth Row: Sheila Dawn Waters, Diane Weber, Eva Jeanne Weh- meyer, Dianna Jeanne Weirus, Cheryl Kay Whitaker, Marsha Ann White, Nancy Jean White, Pamela Anne White, Claire Evans Whit- Tenth Row: Gretchen Craven Wil- liams, Patty Lou Williams, Sharon Dee Williamson, Suzanne Winckler, Margaret Ruth Worthington, Nancy Elaine Wray, Joy Lea Wyatt, Pa- mela Ruth Yarborough, Karen Elise Yoder. Page 345 An annual Christmas party for underprivileged children, collecting for UNICEF, a chapter retreat and formal, a house party, and a banquet honoring seniors contributed to the Delta Phi Epsilon 1966 calendar. The chapter also received Panhellenic ' s award for the most improved grades. Members active on campus were Suzan Bell, secretary of Spooks; Bryna Bein and Ellen Epstein, Education Council; and Barbara Kay, Suzan Bell, and Caren Young, Freshman Council Advisors. Delta Phi Epsilon was led this year by Ellen Epstein, president; Nancy Roth, vice-president; Ronnie Gottlieb, re- cording secretary; Patricia Greenfield, rush captain; and Laura Dattle, pledge trainer. Mrs. Doris Tale was house- mother. Delta Phi Epsilon was founded at New York ' s Adelphi University on March 17, 1922. The University of Texas chapter was chartered in November, 1934. Above Right: 2505 San Gabriel. Right: Members entertained Pan American Recreation children with a Christmas party. Below: On Valentine ' s Day, sisters enjoyed a chapter dinner at the house. Page 346 DELTA PHI EPSILON Top foM): Linda Rae Alberts, Mar- sha Lynn Ashendorf, Mary Lilla Baxt, Beverly Hedda Bein, Bryna Joyce Bein, Suzan Gail Bell, Sha- ron Renee Berg. Second Row: Martha Fae Burg- heimer, Janet Ruth Cohen, Miriam Leah Cohen, Nancy Augusta Cow- en, Laura Renee Dattle, Joyce Hel- en Davidoff, Suzanne Elaine Davis. Third Row: Ellen Edith Epstein, Judi Ilene Freeman, Carolyn Jean Feibel, Donna Sue Fleischmann, Marsha Jo Forman, Judy Framer, Donna Ann Franklin. Fourth Row: Sheryl Helene Freed, Karen Lynn Gladstone, Carol Sue Click, Judy Merle Goldblum, Diane Marie Goldsmith, Ronnie Jean Gottlieb, Susan Edis Gottlieb. Fifth Row: Patricia Faye Green- field, Maureen Mona Hausman, Marsha Hoppenstein, Lynne Elaine Horvich, Sherry Lynn Hy- man, Rica Joyce Josephson, Linda Sue Kahn. Sixth Row: Vicki Beth Kaplan, Barbara Ann Kay, Marlene Kraf- check, Sharon Ann Lasik, Cheryl Ann Lewis, Evelyn Rose Lowy, Maureen Lubel. Seventh Row: Vivian Mahlab, Ra- chelle Libby Meinstein, Jane Claire Nathan, Susan Janice Nelson, Beverly Diane Factor, Karen Joy Prager, Carolyn Barbara Pulman. Eighth Row: Merriessa Ratkin, Nancy Charlotte Roth, Sadyann Saffer, Charlotte Ruth Samuels, Fredell Schwartz, Lizbeth Ann Scott, Paula Cecile Seligman. Ninth Row: Michele Carol Shar- ney, Lynne Regina Sheridan, Mi- riam Silverberg, Geraldine Silver- man, Belinda Rae Spector, Barbara Spivak, Susan Ellen Steinhaus. Tenth Row: Cheryl Jean Stern, Marilyn Beth Torchin, Alice Faye Weingarten, Judith Lynn Wein- stein, Joanie Carolyn Wolf, Susan Elaine Wolf, Caren Jane Young. jp i Page 347 Below: Huston Tillotson members of DST joined their Texas sisters at the chapter sing-song. Bottom: Delta Sigma Theta actives showed rushees their scrapbook during fall rush. Major activities of Delta Sigma Theta included sponsor- ship of an all-Greek songfest and " Toys for Tots " exhibit at Christmas. Members highlighted their social calendar with their annual party, " A Night Out with Delta Sigma Theta. " and honored Stanley Jackson as Delta " Man of the Year. " Delta is most proud of Jackie Kimbrough, who was select- ed for Angel Flight and Orange Jackets. Holding positions of leadership this year were Patricia Booker, president; Jackie Kimbrough, vice-president; Doro- thy Green, secretary; Lynda Coleman, treasurer; and Sylvia Gray and Lucy Horton, deans of pledges. Now in its seventh year on campus, the Epsilon Beta chapter of Delta Sigma Theta was founded at the University on Feb. 12, 1960. The first chapter was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C., in 1913. Page 348 DELTA SIGMA THETA Top Row: Patricia Ann Booker, Lynda Beatrice Coleman, Erna Ru- bie Ellison, Sylvia Martina Gray, Dorothy Dean Green. Second Row: Karen Hope Hawk- ins, Linda Carroll Hines, Lucy Lee Horton, Jackie Maxine Kim- brough, Betti-Rachelle Poindexter. Left: Delta Sigma Thetas gathered for a sing- song on the Union lawn. Above: Chapter mem- bers collected toys at Christmas for their " Toys for Tots " program. Page 349 AZ This year Delta Zeta activities included a fall retreat at Greenshores, a Christmas semiformal, a big-little sister banquet and a spring rose formal. DZ ' s won third place with the Phi Kappa Sigmas in the mixed division of Sing- Song, and pledges won the Grand trophy for Dimes Day. The Alpha Tau chapter also served as hostess to the Delta Zeta State Convention in the spring. Philanthropic projects included a Halloween party for the Pan American Recrea- tion Center children and participation in the United Fund Drive with Theta Xi fraternity. Active on campus, outstanding members of DZ were Kathy Carnahan, vice-president of Panhellenic; Terry Hobbs, Fine Arts assemblywoman and Goodfellow; Joyce Ingram, secretary of the Engineering Council ; Sara Broyles, publicity chairman of Round-up; Karolyn Karr, Cactus sorority sec- tion editor and program chairman of Round-up; Anne Fu- gate, co-chairman of the MUN Credential Committee; and Joan Willis, Cactus organization section editor. Elected to positions of leadership this year were Karen Smith, president; Johanna Franke, vice-president in charge of rush; Suzanne Kemp, vice-president in charge of pledge training; Janis Ratzlow, recording secretary; and Thea Entzminger, corresponding secretary. The housemother was Mrs. A. J. Caldwell. Delta Zeta was nationally founded on Oct. 24, 1902, at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and locally on May 17, 1924. Above Right: 2315 Nueces. Right: On Halloween, Delta Zetas enter- tained children from the Pan American Recreation Center with games and a door-to-door trick-or-treat. Top Row: Patty Louise Abney, Mary Jo Adams, Sharon Ann Adams, Kathy Allison, Jamey Dee Anthony, Gail Ellen Arnold, Vicki Elaine Baldridge, Margaret Ann Becker. Second Row: Nancy Sue Beene, Rose Anne Blankenbaker, Eileen Fay Blume, Martha Kay Blume, Reba Jeanette Brian, Sara Patricia Broyles, Janet Carol Buckner, Becky Lynn Burley. Third Row: Sherry Ann Burns.ide, Dorothy Kay Carlisle, Kathleen Margaret Carnahan, Carol Annette Cater, Patricia Louise Chandler, Sandra Kay Coleman, Catherine Ann Christner, Mary Diane Graver. Fourth Row: Leslie Carol Crock- ett, Amelia Dian Crosby, Jo Ann O ' Lene Curry, Bryan Daniels, Con- nie Ann Dodson, Linda Kathleen Duncan, Barbara Ann Echols, Do- rothea Jean Entzminger, Judy Ellen Evans. Page 350 DELTA ZETA PPC Top Row: Lois Marie Feagin, Theresia Diane Fillmore, Johanna Franke, Cheri Lynn Fruge, Anne Fugate, Carole Susan Gasaway, Joan Rae Ginther, Cheryl Ann Glaspie. Second Row: Linda Carol Glover, Margaret Ellen Glover, Jan Adri- enne Gordon, Harriet Lee Graves, Molly Susan Greene, Shirley Ann Heczko, Glynda Kay Heeren- sperger, Lucy Carolyn Hinton. Third Row: Hannah Hoke, Deb- orah Judilee Howard, Nancy Pa- tricia Humphrey, -Joyce Ann In- gram, Kathleen Carolyn Javurek, Ardis Lynn Johnson, Anne Nelson Jones, Karolyn Karr. Fourth Row: Carolyn Kelton, Dor- cas Suzanne Kemp, Kay Elaine Kercheville, Patricia Ruth Kidd, Vicki Ann Kivlin, Mary Ellen Ko- ros, Sandra Kay Lambert, Ann Carter Lang. Fifth Row: Cynthia Ann Leach, Katharine Anne Leach, Sue Ann Leslie, Kay Lewis, Mary Lewis, Judith Anne Little, Susan Beth Long, Cheryl Ann Mays. Sixth Row: Nita Lynn McCaus- land, Suellen McCausland, Mary Ann McClintock, Dianne McEvoy, Tyra Jan Menzies, Olynda Gay Morris, Carol Ann Morrow, Sally Nester. Seventh Row: Carolyn Anne Pack, Margaret Ruth Parker, Patricia Ann Paryzek, Patricia Elizabeth Payne, Paula Rae Pickard, Pamela Corinne Polser, Ann Kay Prescott, Martha Ann Ramsey. Eighth Row: Janis Ann Ratzlow, Annette Louise Requa, Julie Lee Reynolds, Diane Robinson, Nora Jean Robinson, Johanna Maria Rosello, Suzanne Sanders, Patricia Ann Schweke. Ninth Row: Helen Francille Scott, Sharon Sue Shirley, Mary Suzanne Sims, Carol Sue Slaughter, Susan Kaye Smith, Mary Anne Stallings, Olva Louise Stewart, Sandra Jean- ette Sutherland. Tenth Row: Mary Linda Trice, Nancy Joan Volz, Susan Elaine Westmoreland, Ann Gardner Wil- liams, Bonnie Jean Williams, Joan Lynn Willis, Virginia Sue Wilson, Lucinda Grace Wise. Page 351 This year Gamma Phi Beta participated in Dimes Day, intramural sports, held a Dads ' Day Brunch, Senior Break- fast, and a Christmas formal at the Hotel Gondolier. Members also won honorable mention with the Phi Sigma Kappas in the mixed division of Sing-Song. Active members on campus included Mary Ann Spears, Miss Campus Chest; Ann Baird, Assemblywoman; Mimi Montgomery, Challenge co-ordinator; and Barbara Carroll, College Bowl participant. Executive duties of Gamma Phi were performed this year by Nancy Downing, president; Suzanne Bealle, vice-presi- dent; Johanna Gebhart, pledge trainer; Barbara Henson, rush chairman; and Pam Zapp, treasurer. Mrs. Ira Hayes was housemother. Nationally founded at Syracuse University on Nov. 11, 1874, the local chapter of Gamma Phi Beta received its charter on May 29, 1922. Above Right: Gathering around the chapter piano, Gamma Phis practiced enthusiastically for Sing-Song. Right: 2222 Pearl. Top Row: Beverly Ann Adams, Rosalon Adams, Rietta Caroline Adkins, Diane Louise Alexander, Carolyn Margaret Anderson, Pa- tricia Louise Anderson, Ann Cath- ryn Baird. Second Row: Jenna Lou Bell, Carol Lynn Bettge, Betty Ann Birdwell, Susan Mary Blair, Lenice Boggs, Patricia Kay Bowers, Antoinette Bracher. Third Row: Linda Rae Brown, Polly Aldis Burnett, Barbara Anne Carroll, Linda Lee Cather, Cath- erine Belle Clarke, Candace Maud Clifton, Margaret Elizabeth Cole- man, Connie Annie Collier. Fourth Row: Shirley Anne Collier, Margaret Phoebe Craig, Rose Mar- garet Crim, Jo Lynn Cunningham, Bonny Lynn Curry, Dale Frances Dailey, Laura Kay Davis, Sherry Jean Davis. Fifth Row: Susan Ellen Denson, Melissa Dethlefsen, Nancy Jane Downing, Carolyn Jean Emmott, Janet Denena Evans, Donna Fos- ter, Sheila Elizabeth Gallagher, Sally Glenn. Page 352 GAMMA PHI BETA ?) ' T : ( f fop Roto: Alice Beth Goodwin, Lillie Jane Grant, Carrell Lee Grigsby, Leslie Ann Hahn, Sandra Hansen, Judith Faye Hanson, Sally Ann Harris, Barbara June Henson. Second Row: Kathleen Mairee Hester, Cynthia DuVal Higgins, Barbara Ruth Higley, Sandra Kay Holmans, Alice Susan Horn, Sherri Jean Horton, Pamela Cheryl How- ell, Carol Ann Howie. Third Row: Judy Jan Howie, Linda Ann Hutchins, Mary Ann Jackson, Billie Kay Johnson, Mary Linda Kates, Margaret Sue Keir, Eliza- beth Gray Kimball, Sue Ellen Kirby. Fourth Row: Jo Nell Knize, Valerie Jo Kreutzer, Lucy Ann Leaton, Cheryl Kay Lee, Jean Christine Leeper, Laura Lea Little, Virginia Dale Longmoor, Kathryn Lucille Lyons. Fifth Row: Phoebe Ann Malm- gren, Molly Aileen Mathis, Vera Melinda McDonald, Kathryn Lynn McDowell, Diana Kay McGaha, Cassandra Lu McKee, Sandra Lea McKnight, Helene Ruth Meehan. Sixth Row: Judy Ann Meriwether, Mary Ellen Newberry, Joan Ro- chelle Ortloif, Judith Craig Par- ish, Jacqueline Lorraine Payton, Sue Ann Payton, Charlotte Eliza- beth Randolph, Frances Ann Rea. Seventh Row: Jenny Kay Robin- son, Mary Ann Robinson, Karen Ann Rodgers, Janice Ann Routt, Jane Ellen Sachse, Patricia Lea Sanford, Suzanne Ruth Schlegel- milch, Lauren Ann Schulze. Eighth Row: Charleen Schwemer, Sara Linda Segrest, Lynn Atwood Seward, Brenda Shepherd, Karen Marie Shoptaw, Carolyn Simmons, Diana Kate Sledge, Carol Louise Smith. Ninth Row: Mary Ann Spears, Kay Lang Stewart, Sharon Anita Slid- ham, Marilyn Kay Teal, Bobbie Diane Thomson, Rebecca Ann Toc- quigny, Cathy Grace Trapolino, Hillary Anne Walton. Tenth Row: Betty Jane Warlick, Emma Leigh Washburn, Marilyn Kay Weeks, Gail Patricia Weyel, Marcy Kay White, Edith Ann Wig- gins, Marion Lynita Willsey, Susan Kay Wylie. Page 353 KA0 Fall activities of Kappa Alpha Theta included Sing-Song, a scholarship banquet, a big-little sister Christmas party, and a Christmas dinner. In the spring, members participated in Varsity Carnival, held a formal dance with Beta Theta Pi fraternity, and gave a banquet and kite flight for new initiates. Theta is very proud of Laura Overton, who was selected as one of the Ten Most Beautiful, and Mara j en Denman, Dianne Duncan, and Ruth Ann Ford, who were tapped for Spooks. Officers were Anne Peden, president; Judy Tisdale, first vice-president; Diann Conly, second vice-president; Barbara Henry, recording secretary; and Kris Way, treasurer. Mrs. Drucilla Whiting served as housemother. Founded at Indiana Asbury University in Greencastle, Ind., in 1870, the local chapter of Kappa Alpha Thetf was chartered in 1940. Above Right: 2401 Pearl. Below: In the fall, pledges gave a dinner for their big sisters. Below Right: Entertaining their guests at a fratty friends supper, members enjoyed a delicious meal. Top Row: Anne Elizabeth Adams, Mary Frances Andrews, Helen Diane Appling, Henrietta Julia Armstrong, Catherine Graves Ba- ker, Linda Anne Baldwin, Lana Jo Ball, Sallie Jane Barry. Second Row: Catherine Johnson Beanland, Elizabeth Belk, Eliza- beth Margaret Belknap, Lucinda Louise Bowden, Randa Lea Bowyer, Rebecca Anne Brooks, Carolyn Jean Butler, Libby Arrington Cal- vert. Third Row: Cynthia Sue Carter, Clay Burns Christensen, Helen Dale Coe, Michele Elizabeth Coe, Jeanne Parham Coors, Olive Co- rinne Grain, Susan Margaret Cush- man, Donna Dayton. Fourth Row: Nancy Scott Denton, Anne Louise Dickinson, Elizabeth Lansing Doherty, Polly Ann Do- herty, Michaele Ann Dougherty, Jean Bell Dullnig, Dianne Dun- can, Kathleen Meredythe Durckel, Linda Paige Eastland. - v w . I Page 354 KAPPA ALPHA THETA fop flow: Kate Tarry Flack, Barry Dorothy Flippen, Hennen Forman Fleeter, Ruth Ann Ford, Jane Plowman Francis, Dianne Ful- bright, Paula Ann Carver, Con- stance Faye Gilliam. Second Row: Gail Griffiths, Charl- sa J. C. Guinn, Daryl Hale Guinn, Kathryn Hankinson, Nan Katherine Harrington, Ann Elizabeth Harvey, Katherine Campbell Harvey, Har- riett Hawley. Third Row: Claire Henderson, Bar- bara Ann Henry, Susan Kay Henry, Frances Olivia Hill, Leslie Louise Houser, Sally Jane Hoverstock, Sue Ann Hoverstock, Carolyn Jeffers. Fourth Row: Mary Nell Jeffers, Georgianne Johnson, Janet Milanne Johnson, Joan Carol Johnson, Jud- ith Gwyn Jones, Nancy Lee Joseph, Mary Ethel Kaine, Austin LeRoy Kern. Fifth Row: Calanne Dee Koenig, Gwen Elaine Larsh, Elizabeth Lynn Leggett, Margaret Lee Lutz, Kath- erine Maria Maer, Sara Nancy Mann, Margaret Sherrie Matthews, Joanne McClelland. Sixth Row: Stephanie Anne Mil- lard, Sally Ann Morehouse, Susan Lyn Morehouse,- Mary Mildred Morgan, Elizabeth Nalle, Sally Louise Neely, Judith Lynn Nor- wood, Laura Laird Overton. Seventh Row: Helen Owens, Kath- erine Anne Pace, LeBecca Pad- dock, Martha Anne Peden, Kathy Powers, Linda Janice Regan, Helen Agnes Reser, Nancy Ann Richard- Eighth Row: Candi Christopher Rudmose, Anna Frances Scott, Judy Kay Simpson, Sherry Lou Simpson, Susan-Del Spence, Eva Anne Stell, Linda Kay Stewart, Hilda Gabriel Stockmeyer. Ninth Row: Molly Jo Suich, Susan Lillian Swindle, Elizabeth Ellen Talley, Alice Stuart Taylor, Ann Elizabeth Thomas, Judith Ann Tis- dale, Jane Lenore Vineyard, Kristin Katharine Way. Tenth Row: Julia Fair Wells, Suz- anne Wheatley, Jan Willoughby, Julie Caroline Wilson, Judith Ann Windham, Virginia Gail Wommack, Linda Wyatt-Brown, Mary Ellen Wynne. Page 355 KKT Major functions of Kappa Kappa Gamma for this year included a Christmas party for orphans given with Phi Gamma Delta, Dads ' Day brunch, Mexican dinner before the Arkansas game, Sing-Song, Dimes Day, big-little sister retreat to Green Shores, Monmouth Duo formal with Pi Beta Phi, intramurals. a spring barbecue, and a picnic with the Cowboys. Participating actively on campus, Kappas held many in- dividual honors. Michael James served as president of Mortar Board, Jenny Ferguson and Margaret Jones were tapped for Spooks, and Jerrilyn Johnson and Jenny Fer- guson for Cordettes. Sweethearts included Mary Lou Ray, Beta Theta Pi; Jennie MacKenzie, Lambda Chi Alpha; and Paula Savage, Miss Engineering Sweetheart. Chapter officers were Margery Kengla, president; ' Lynn Painter, first vice-president; Mary Nell Sticksel, second vice-president; Nancy Martin, pledge trainer, and Suzanne Williams, recording secretary. Mrs. Lucy Worthley and Mrs. Dorothea Smith served as housemothers. Kappa was founded nationally at Monmouth College in 1870, and locally in 1902. Above Right: 2001 University. Below: Members presented a western skit during fall rush. Right: With anticipation Kappas watched the girls ' intramural football championship play-off with the Zetas. Top Row: Virginia Ann Akridge, Sarah Lee Austin, Lynne Adair Beavers, Dixie Lynne Boring, Betsy Smith Bowen, Suzan Ellen Braley, Barbara Ann Brinkerhoff. Second Row: Nancy Lee Brown, Virginia Lee Brown, Janice Kath- ryn Burrow, Susan Day Butter, Karen Amelia Bynum, Catherine Browne Carter, Susan Jane Clarke. Third Row: Lynn Shaw Clawater, Elizabeth Randolph Clopton, Cath- erine Louise Cloud, Victoria Ann Cochran, Pamela Marie Cohenour, Susan Elaine Cope, Jan Elizabeth Cowan, Kathleen Crockett. Page 356 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ' Top Row: Catherine Biedenharn Dennis, Mary Bowne Dransfield, Sharon Edgar, Elizabeth Anne Ells- worth, Martha Lynne Etzel, Martha Scott Ferguson, Linda Gail Fitch. Second Row: Susan Downs Fry, Charlene Donna Geiss, Susan Bar- bara German, Gail Van Zandt Ger- rard, Martha Booker Hallman, Sharon Ruth Hardin, Jane Bieden- harn Hargis. Third Row: Carolyn Ann Hennes- sey, Marilee Herren, Kathryn Jane Hoover, Susan Willson Jennings, Jerrilyn Johnson, Lynn Bedford Johnson, Margaret Wilburn Jones. Fourth Row: Suzanne Kamrath, Virginia Holland Kaufmann, Mar- gery Kengla, Frances Carter Kerr, Cynthia Jane Kolb, Kay Lynn Kriegel, Pamela Ann Lawrence. Fifth Row: Celia Lynn Loomis, Ann Maria Lowdon, Lana Chris- tine Lowry, Jennie Mackenzie, Vir- ginia Leigh Marye, Julia Matthews, Mary Lynn McKinley. Sixth Row: Carol Lynn Neely, Marilyn Fern Nippert, Claire Pet- erson, Marian Virginia Pipes, French Anne Pruitt, Sue Anne Ragsdale, Mary Lou Ray. Seventh Row: Rhonda Susan Read, Wilhelmina Elizabeth Robertson, Beverly Gene Robinson, Paula Beth Savage, Nancy Ann Schwer, Martha Lewalling Seay, Anne Char- lene Sewell. Eighth Row: Janet Sue Skelton, Trenna Lynn Smith, Sharon Ann Sorenson, Lucile Blake Sparenberg, Margaret Spikes, Sherry Jane Spradley, Susan Margaret Steen. Ninth Row: Mary Nell Sticksel, Sally Mills Stowers, Judith Diane Taylor, Susan Thompson, Bonnie Jean Toole, Julie Groos Towler, Catherine Houston Umstattd. Tenth Row: Susan Phyllis Urqu- hart, Martha Jane Walthall, Flor- ence Ann Wells, Joan Lea Wilker- son, Bettie Townsend Willerson, Wendy Elizabeth Withers, Jean Carroll Wyrick. Page 357 HBO Participating actively on campus, Pi Beta Phi entered Sing-Song with Pi Kappa Alpha and won first place in the mixed division, tied for second place in Sigma Chi ' s Derby Day, and was active in sign-making contests and Varsity Carnival. The chapter made a group donation to the cerebral palsy foundation and held its annual Easter egg hunt for Austin orphans. Individual honors included Francie Barnard, Cowboy Sweetheart; Joan Frensley and Emily Goodwin, Ten Most Beautiful; Eli Holmes, freshman cheerleader; Kay Bailey, Portia of law school; Denny McAdam, A.S.M.E. sweetheart finalist; Joanie Amacker, Cactus Goodfellow. Other Pi Phi members participated in the scholastic and service honor- aries, in the selective music groups, and in fraternity little sister clubs. Officers for 1966 were Joanie Amacker, president; Susan Moore, vice-president; Patricia Morrison, recording secre- tary; Gaile Bering, corresponding secretary; and Jan Bur- roughs, treasurer. Mrs. Martha G. Dean served as house- mother. Above Right: 2300 San Antonio. Below: Pledges labored indus- triously during a spring work day. Right: Singing a medley from " Man of La Mancha, " Pi Phis and Pi Kappa Alphas won first place in Sing-Song. Top Row: Joan Carol Amacker, Judy Ann Amacker, Lyn Sandefer Arnot, Lucille Christina Avery, Courtney Margaret Baetz, Barbara Bailey, Bess Heflin Baker. Second Row: Ola Mae Baker, Peggy Lynn Beckstrand, Gaile Lot- tie Bering, Linda Adair Braselton, Anna Harvey Brelsford, Carol De- anne Brooks, Janet Carroll Bur- roughs, Carol Ann Conway. Third Row: Suzanne Cornelius, Betty Craig Cotton, Courtenay Lea Cotton, Addie Beth Craft, Gail Cromer, Mary Lucinda Cruse, Joan Carolyn Gulp, Dealey Decherd. Page 358 PI BETA PHI .S f tf V . w . Top Row: Nancy Louise Denman, Laura Dean Ford, Nancy Fowler, Janet Suzanne Frass, Erin Eliza- beth Gardner, Sally Gardner, Emily Kay Goodwin. Second Row: Georgia Anita Grah- am, Mary Margaret Graham, Esther Jane Grant, Pauline Bruce Grant, Sally Duncan Grenier, Lynn Mary Harrison, Ingrid B. Haterius. Third Row: Harriet Virginia Heaps, Alinda Hunt Hill, Carol Holmes, Elizabeth Marshall Holmes, Milly Holmes, Betsy Anne Horsley, Catherine Friley Howell. Fourth Row: Lynne Jacobs, Susan Jarrett, Mary Linton Koerper, Vera Sansom Korth, Lilly Evelyn Ku- cera, Kathy LaRoche, Lynn Llewel- lyn. Fifth Row: Nancy Gray Loftis, Mary Christine Longoria, Betsy Louise Lowrey, Patricia Allison Mayfield, Denny Gaye McAdam, Martha Elizabeth McDonald, Fran- ces Little McMath. Sixth Row: Anne Blythe McMil- lan, Marian Edith Merriman, Pen- elope Montgomery, Susan Elizabeth Moore, Marilyn Moorman, Martha Ann Murchison, Nancy Naber. Seventh Row: Sally Park, Adele Palmer Perry, Ann Pittman, Mary Katherine Powell, Muriel Dorothy Powers, Becky Prendergast, Janice Kathryn Prowell. Eighth Row: Roberta Hampton Richards, Anne Kennerly Rumsey, Harriet Jane Schoellkopf, Mari- anne Shepperd, Suzanne Shepperd, Marialice Sue Shivers, Jessica Elaine Siebel. Ninth Row: Kelle Snyder, Susan Amanda Sparks, Mary Simmon Stinchcomb, Susan Ann Swan, Suz- anne Terrell, Sally Paine Thomp- son, Julia Spencer Tucker. Tenth Row: Jo Frances Tyng, Teresa L. Wang, Susan Ross Weber, Jean Ann Weger, Delia Wright White, Suzannah Margaret Wilcox, Margaret Willbern. Page 359 SAT Chapter functions of Sigma Delta Tau included a Friday party at Fiesta Gardens, the annual formal at Westwood Country Club, a Law and Graduate School party, a pledge- active retreat, and the annual spring house party. This year ' s philanthropic project was held at the Austin State School. Some individual honors of Sigma Delta Tau members ac- tive on campus were Lana Lipshitz, Ten Most Beautiful; Gloria Friedberger, finalist for Best Dressed Coed and member of Cordettes; Marilyn Friedman, Outstanding Stu- dent, student body secretary, Mortar Board, and Bluebonnet Belle finalist; Cheryl Shinbaum, Orange Jackets, Spooks officer, and Education Assemblywoman; Ronni Weksler, Orange Jackets and Spooks officer; Beverly Gewertz, Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart finalist and Round-Up publicity chairman; Ann Marks, Grievance Committee secretary; and Judy Druker, Cordettes. The chapter was led this year by Gail Neuman, presi- dent; Ronni Weksler, first vice-president; Janene Heller, second vice-president; Libby Holland, corresponding secre- tary; and Marilyn Massman, recording secretary. Mrs. Finley served as housemother. Sigma Delta Tau was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., in 1917. The Tau chapter received its charter on the Texas campus in March, 1938. Above: 2411 Longview. Above Right: SDTs leave enthusiastic- ally for a chapter picnic at Pease Park. Below Right: Inter- national Day served as a favorite theme for a fall rush party. Page 360 ' SIGMA DELTA TAU flfc A Jb Pf Pf ISA Top Row: Barbara Lynn Bayer, Karen Ruth Bernhardt, Rochelle Faye Croft, Lynn Karen Davis, Judith Ann Druker, Sandra Jean Eisenberg, Donna Lynn Englander. Second Row: Leslie Joyce Fried- man, Vivien Alice Gaynes, Beverly Gewertz, Evelyn Goldberg, Arlene Lee Goldstein, Janene Sharon Heller, Barbara Sue Hess. Third Row: Elsa Rae Hirsch, Libby Harriet Holland, Terri Charlyse Horwitz, Patricia Gail Jacobs , Elisabeth Page Jacques, Carol Joan Kantor, Paula Lynn Klein. Fourth Row: Daryl Rae Lachter- man, Ann Frances Marks, Marilyn Kay Massman, Janis Irma Mazur, Sherilyn Meltzer, Gail Patricia Neuman, Sharon Lee Pass. Fifth Row: Diane Cheryl Ruben- stein, Maureen Gail Sarasohn, Mara Ray Schlader, Lois Annette Sheridan, Nancy Susan Sherp, Maurie Lynn Shoss, Rande Siegel. Sixth Row: Lana Sheryl Silverman, Meryl Phyllis Slipakoff, Cynthia Nan Stetzer, Sandra Marlene Sus- san, Terry Jo Tamon, Judith Ellen Tobias. Seventh Row: Rae Wagner, Sheila Wall, Nancy Lynn Weiss, Ronni Joy Weksler, Carol Ann Wizig, Jeanne Loubeth Zimmerman. Left: In the spring, SDT ' s held a retreat at Wimberly. Above: Actives and pledges gathered for a group picture during pledge line. Page 361 ZTA Lejt: 2711 Nueces. Below: Santa brought Christmas spirit to Zetas and their dates at the Yuletide season. Major activities of Zeta Tau Alpha for this year included a Christmas party for the Austin Community Nursery chil- dren, a spring formal, and participation in Sing-Song, Var- sity Carnival, Sigma Chi Derby Day. and Dimes Day. At National Convention, the group won the activities award. Outstanding members were Dorothy Nelson and Cherry Merrill, varsity cheerleaders; Mary Blackwell, freshman cheerleader; and Barbara Reith, Phi Beta Kappa. Sweet- hearts included Darlene Harris, Sigma Nu; Margie O ' Brien, Navy R.O.T.C.; and Judy Johnson, Sigma Pi. Filling executive positions in Zeta were Claudia Ann McCarty, president; Nannette Frances Rountree, vice-pres- ident; Martha Gene Lederer, corresponding secretary; Linda Lee Burk, recording secretary; and Margaret Ann Kellery, treasurer. Mrs. Opal Woolsey was housemother. Top Row: Dona Mary Alexander, Margaret Scott Allison, Kay J. Axley, Anne Lomax Barclay, Laura Jane Bass, Jane Baucum, Susan Joann Bayliss. Second Row: Eleanor Corless Beasley, Susan Dee Bodenhamer, Doris Jean Boger, Judith Lynn Britt, Barbara Jill Brown, Malinda Lee Burk, Barbara Busby. Third Row: Carol Frances Carson, Brownie Sue Cashion, Charlotte Renee Chapman, Cynthia Ann Cooper, Kathryn Lee Coughlin, Dinah Camille Cunningham, Rose- mary Curry. Fourth Row: Kathleen Clift Davis, Linda Louise Deal, Ann Barnett Denton, Deborah Len Dirks, Diane Elizabeth Donelson, Catherine Eliz- abeth Douglas, Nancy Jean Doug- las, Madeleine Draeger. Fifth Row: Pamela Dunn, Harriett A. Ellerbee, Patricia Anne Elrod, Michele Fifer, Alice Cochran Fish- er, Jane Blake Ford, Sally Well- born Ford, Elizabeth Jo Foumace. Page 362 ZETA TAU ALPHA Top Row: Lynda Louise Four- nace, Beverly Lynn Gantt, Carol Elaine Gantt, Carol Ann Gallon, Florence George, Gayle Frances Graves, Palricia Ruth Haberle, Patricia Lynn Hansen, Jocille Hanover. Second Row: Margaret Graham Harman, Darlene Faye Harris, Sarah Ann Hartman, Connie Jo Harty, Jane Lee Henderson, Judy Hoepfner, Josephine Wilson Hol- land, Kathy Jo Holmes, Mary Helen Holt. Third Row: Stephanie Gail Jack- son, Marguerite Kelly Jarrell, Judy Jo Johnson, Sarah Emily Johnson, Mary Ellen Keene, Barbara Abbott Keith, Margaret Ann Kelley, Susan Frances Knolle, Dale Louise Knotts. Fourth Row: Karol Wynne Kolle, Virginia Marie Kramer, Crystal Waynel Lanham, Christina Law- son, Martha Gene Lederer, Laura Lee Lehmberg, Bonnie Sue Lewis, Connie Lou Lewis, Deborah Anne Lowman. Fifth Row: Victoria Lynn Man- chester, Judy Elodie Martel, Linda Jo Martin, Claudia Ann McCarty, Martha Lois McLelland, Charlotte McWhorter, Phyllis Ann Merrill, Cynthia Jean Meyer, Hazel Melinda Meyer. Sixth Row: Donna Vee Miller, Sallie Cherry Merrill, Jean Corrine Morris, Ann Elizabeth Moss, Joyce Elaine Musselman, Barbara Ann Nauwald, Katherine Noel Nebeker, Dorothy Nauteen Nelson, Nancy Jane Nilson. Seventh Row: Sallye Suzanne North, Nancy Lee Notley, Velma Lacey Pipkin, Judy Lynne Ploeger, Olivia Layne Potter, Sharon Dianne Quillen, Jennifer Lynn Redfearn, Roberta Elizabeth Richardson, Nannette Frances Rountree. Eighth Row: Susan Elaine Rouse, Georgia Ruth Russell, Susan Say- ers Scott, Suzanne Shelton, Sara Ann Sims, Beverly Murdaugh Smith, Jean McClain Smither, Holly Sue Spence, Helen Cynthia Stone. Ninth Row: Kathleen Joanne Stover, Nancy Eileen Stover, Terri Lyn Taylor, Pamela Madge Ter- welp, Molly Thornberry, Linda Ann Tillery, Mary Elizabeth Tompkins, Jill Ann Traughber, Merry Nell Van Fleet. Tenth Row: Lunette Varisco, She- lia Marian Ward, Anne Hal War- ren, Elizabeth Daniel Weil, Sarah Josephine Weilbacher, June Lyn- ette Wells, Martha Lynn Westmore- land, Marolyn Wittman, Bonnie Bell Yates. Page 363 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Fall GLENNA MARGARET SCHROEDER. . KATHLEEN MARGARET CARNAHAN . NANCY LOUISE DENMAN JUDY KATHRYN BYRD MEREDITH BALL OFFICERS Spring . . . President NANCY LYNNE JOSTES . Vice-PTesident MARILYN KAY TEAL . . . Secretary GLORIA FRIEDBERCER . . . Treasurer ROBERTA ANN OCKER .Parliamentarian . . BRENDA JOYCE COOK Fall MEMBERS Spring JUDY KATHRYN BYRD Alpha Chi Omega t PEGGY JANE BRZESZKIEWICZ PEGGY JANE BRZESZKIEWICZ j o A NN GIESE JUDY KAREN BAREFIELD Alpha Delta Pi PATRICIA ALICE HENDERSON SANDRA GAY TAYLOR SELENA CAUBLE CORRELL DEBORA DELL GREENBERG Alpha Epsilon Phi ILENE JILL ROSENTHAL GLORIA SHERYL SHOSS JANET KAY JEFFERY Alpha Gamma Delta NAEDEEN RUTH ELSIK REBECCA E. DOBIE . BRENDA KAY MOORHEAD BETTY SUE DAVIS Alpha Kappa Alpha CAROLYN KAY COLE CAROLYN KAY COLE CAMILLA JOYCE HALL VIRGINIA ELLEN GRILLO Alpha OmicronPi CONNIE LYNN TAYLOR CONNIE LYNN TAYLOR KAREN SUZANN O ' NEAL ROSANNE VIOLET HARRISON Alpha Phi SUSAN GLENN RUSSELL SUSAN GLENN RUSSELL MARTHA LEE ROBERTS NANCY LYNNE JOSTES Alpha Xi Delta NANCY LYNNE JOSTES DOROTHY RAYE HAYES DOROTHY RAYE HAYES GLENNA MARGARET SCHROEDER Chi Omega BRENDA JOYCE COOK BRENDA JOYCE COOK CAROLYN BUXTON SMITH MEREDITH BALL Delta Delta Delta MARY ANNE RAY MARY ANNE RAY NANCY PAUL NOBLES HOLLACE ANN PARKS Delta Gamma ROBERTA ANN OCKER ROBERTA AN N OCKER ROBIN JANE THRIFT MARY LILLA BAXT Delta Phi Epsilon SUSAN JANICE NELSON MARSHA Jo FORMAN CAREN JAY YOUNG JACKIE MAXINE KIMBROUGH Delta Sigma Theta LYNDA BEATRICE COLEMAN KAREN HOPE HAWKINS LUCY LEE HORTON KATHLEEN MARGARET CARNAHAN Delta Zeta MARGARET ANN BECKER BRYAN DANIELS SHARON SUE SHIRLEY LILLIE JANE LAY Gamma Phi Beta MARILYN KAY TEAL MARILYN KAY TEAL LINDA ANN HUTCHINS LINDA JANICE REGAN Kappa Alpha Theta ANNE LOUISE DICKINSON ANNE LOUISE DICKINSON LUCINDA LOUISE BOWDEN SUSAN PHYLLIS URQUHART Kappa Kappa Gamma KAY LYNN KRIEGEL KAY LYNN KRIEGEL FRENCH ANNE PRUITT NANCY LOUISE DENMAN Pi Beta Phi JANE LEFFINGWELL LEIZEAR JANE LEFFINGWELL LEIZEAR LILLY EVELYN KUCERA GLORIA FRIEDBERGER Sigma Delta Tau GLORIA FRIEDBERGER PAULA LYNN KLEIN SUE ANN MEISEL BROWNIE SUE CASHION Zeta Tau Alpha LAURA LEE LEHMBERG LAURA LEE LEHMBERG SUSAN DEE BODENHAMER Front Row: Nelson, Young, Elsik, Moorhead, Kimbrough, Teal, Jostes, Friedberger, Cook, Lehmberg, Becker, Shirley. Second Row: Hutchins, Smith, Nobles, Cole, Hall, Horton, Henderson, O ' Neal, Correll, Brzeszkiewicz, Pruitt. Third Row: Thrift, Bowden, Russell, Dickinson, Roberts, Hayes, Kucera, Giese, Kriegel, Ray, Leizear, Greenberg, Ocker. Page 364 Page 365 DORMITORIES CO-OPERATIVES Edited by Pamela Diane Gates 2401 Whitis Avenue ANDREWS Last fall, the girls of Andrews Dormitory had several after-hours sing-songs. For Halloween, each girl was given a secret twick-or-tweat twin who " twicked and tweated " her on the sly until the " come-as-your-roommate " Halloween party where the twins were revealed. At Christmas, the dor- mitory held an open house and tree-trimming party for. dates as the halls were opened so that visitors could view the in- dividual doors trimmed especially for the holiday season. As their Christmas project, the girls gave gifts to Austin State Hospital patients and sent a large quantity of kool- aid to a regiment of troops in Vietnam. Spring activities in- cluded the annual dormitory dance and tapping of next year ' s advisors. Mrs. Dorothy Martin was resident counselor, and last year ' s student assistants were Annette Ripper and Mary Carmen Estes. Advisors were Linda Daphine Clunn, Saundra Louise Goodson, Elaine Anne Grady, Julia Bates Haldeman, Linda Ann Hutchins, and Anne Louise Marsh. Also, George- ann Mauk, Peggy Jean Miller, Martha Ann Spillman, Kath- leen Bess Stephenson, Mary Ann Weiss, and Janet Marie Wells. Front Row: Julia Haldeman, Elaine Grady, Peggy Miller, Anne Marsh, Linda Hutchins, Martha Spillman. Second Row: Georgeann Mauk, Saundra Goodson, Janet Wells, Sharon Berliner, Mary Fink, Evangeline Ochoa, Elaine Agalou, Rachelle Meinstein, Kathleen Stephenson, Mary Estes. Third Row: Judith Nides, Jane Quock, Lynda Pounds, Virginia Andrus, Jill Zank, Harriet Zirkle, Juanita Gillette, Sylvia Ruchelman, Karen Owen, Beverly Haynes, Sandra Sawyer, Bonnie Fetzer, Phyllis Plog, Deborah Miller, Marianne Car- roll, Jane Tillinghast. Fourth Row: Susan Edmonds, Jeanette Kanter, Deborah Cruikshank, Linda Knudson, Doris Ellebracht, Marilyn Mc- Sween, Mary Kiefer, Marilyn Garrard, Kathryn Parish, Carol Peters. Fifth Row: Sharon West, Carol Schmidt, Suzanne Squires, Susan Yowell, Janet Evans, Katherine Partlow, Judith Whatley, Carol Myers. Sixth Row: Janie Croft, Jean Pustejovosky, Bonnie Tipton, Sandra Hansen, Jeanine Robinson, Sharon Volosin, Harriott Chenault, Pauline Stevens, Donna Dickerson, Scottie Seymour, Dorothy Glass, Pamela Warner. Page 366 Front Row: Advisors: Jerry Murphy, Carol Welke, Carol Kinsman, Elizabeth Ballew, Carol Rudkin, Linda Gee, Diane Halprin. Second Row: Margie Foster, Pamela Leming, Mary Huhndorff, Margaret Roark, Jodie Tronson, Paula Swenson, Dorothy Gray, Marolyn Rey- nolds, Carolyn Reynolds. Third Row: Cassandra McKee, Betty Had- dock, Cynthia McConnell, Elizabeth Isenhower, Donna Bell, Helen Hewett, Sheila Louvier, Carolyn Moore, Konnie Guenther, Janet Sexton, Deborah William, Linda DiQuinzio, Judy Bandy. Fourth Row: Judy Hawthorne, Susie Hahn, Frances Rea, Cynthia Fowler, Laura Davidson, Diann Larson, Jo Ann Morris, Suzanne Jackson, Faye Franks, Shearer Perry, Donna Wilkey, Neva Bergstrom, Barbara Burtner, Sherra Johnson. BLANTON Last year, Blanton Dormitory held separate parties for each of the five floors to enable girls living on the same floor to become better acquainted. The night before the first day of classes, Halloween, and birthdays provided ample excuses for such innumerable parties. The girls also participated in a Dads ' Day coffee, an open house, and a Round-Up brunch in the spring for parents and friends of residents. Other activities were the Christmas dinner with faculty and administration guests, the " dollar run " to collect dorm dues, door decorating for Christmas, and a tree-trim- ming party. Scope is the honorary organization for those residents of Blanton maintaining an over-all 2.0 grade point average. Mrs. Ruth Moore was the resident counselor, and the stu- dent assistants were Linda McMillan, Sheila Suzanne Ful- bright, Betty Burrows, and Paula Barkley. 2500 University Avenue Page 367 CAROUSEL APARTMENTS That pink structure on the corner of Oldham and Manor Road is home for University women who enjoy the privacy of approved housing combined with the independence of apartment living. At Christmas, the girls decorated their apartments for a display to dates and friends during an open house. Other open houses were held during the year at which guests were invited for visits and meals. The resident manager was Mrs. Lucille McClellan and the student assistant was Marcia J. Tullos. Above: 2106 Oldham. Center: A color television provided many hours of entertainment during the semester. Below: Girls studied together, helping one another with academic problems. Page 368 Above: Three coeds studied together while being watched. Left: Midnight bridge games offered a welcome break after long study periods. Right: The swimming pool appeared quiet and placid at the day ' s end. 2501 Whitis CAROTHERS Carothers Dormitory, " the Friendly Dorm, " was built in 1936, and named in honor of Mrs. Asenath Carothers, Di- rector of the University ' s first residence hall for women. Carothers houses one hundred and twenty-eight co-eds on its three floors, and is located at 2501 Whitis. One of the four " Quadrangle Dorms, " Carothers shares a courtyard with Andrews, Blanton, and Littlefield dormitories. Carothers ' large recreation room is the scene of informal parties throughout the year, and is converted into a study area during final exams. The major social function of the fall semester was the Christmas tree-trimming party. The spring semester was highlighted by the annual advisor- tapping dinner at which the names of the new advisors were revealed. Residents of Carothers dormitory participate in intra- mural sports activities in co-operation with Blanton and Andrews dormitories. Short devotional programs presented by residents each Wednesday night have become a tradition in Carothers. Mrs. Mabel Wroten was Carothers Resident Counselor; this year ' s Student Assistants were Caryl Ann Wise and Darlene Becker. I Front Row: Advisors: Mary Kathleen Horn, Nancy Catherine Blakey, Pauline Virginia McLachlan, Barbara Lynn Groves, Rosalinda Bena- vides, Sara Ann Edmonds, Martha Jo Morgan. Second Row: Vonciel Jones, Barbara Sue Hess, Dora Alicia Meraz, Janet Leigh Reagan, Thespo Nina Parker, Rachel Seledon, Alpha Omega Molano, Carolyn Sue Van Dusen, Sharon Lynn Nix, Barbara Joan Cederholm. Third Row: Kiki A. Skandalis, advisor; Caryl Ann Wise, student assistant; Mary Thelma Williams, Reba Jeanette Brian, Deborah Ann Byrd, Barbara Lynn Neyland, Lynda Beatrice Coleman, Sharon Kay Rentz, Cynthia Ann Medlin, Deirdre Christen berry, Carmen Diane Jackson, Kathryn Frerichs, Hilda Mae Frank, Marie Louise De Ham, Susan Bennett, Barbara Lynne Chiasson, Bertha Nell Brooks, Darlene Faye Becker, student assistant; Sally Ann Matheny, advisor. Page 370 Left Vertical: Marilyn Kay Priddy, Beverly Jean Wright, Marguerite Kelly Jarrell, Diane Davis, Deborah Ann Place, Becky Renee Camp. Middle Vertical: Karen Eloise Erwin, Rogene Gee Horn, Mrs. Sally Gainer, Martha Booker Hallman. Right Vertical: Merry Nell Van Fleet, Truett Davis Clifton, Margaret Leslie Lane, Susan Frances Kirksey, Susan Lynn Hasslocher. CONTESSA Throughout the year, residents of Contessa varied the academic routine with talent shows, hayrides, a " grubby " party, and Contessa-Nueces Hall dances. Campus speakers came for after dinner discussions. A Christmas party combined the Mexican way, a pasada, with the American way, a carol sing. Later, the girls had a pajama party with skits and humorous gifts. Contessa also participated in intramural sports including basketball, volley- ball, tennis, badminton, softball, and track. The internally organized student government had a social, speakers, food, sports, and student relations committees. Ad- visors and representatives on the student relations board were elected at wing meetings. Above: 2706 Nueces Street. Below: Residents posed for a picture during the Christmas carol sing. Page 371 DEXTER HOUSE Right: The Madison-Dexter House bus transported resi- dents to campus at regular intervals. Below: 1103 West 24th. Below Left: Study-breaks proved beneficial before spring final exam period. ! i ! I ' DEXTER HOUSE ADVISORS: Front Row: Helen Irene Stuart, Pamela Anne Blakey, Amelia Dian Crosby, Patricia Ann Kaths. Sec- ond Row: Judith Estelle Beynon, Caren Jane Young, Sheryl Marie Sherman, Julia Milagros Pou, Barbara Jane Ravel. Third Row: Vicki Beth Kaplan, Kathleen Ann Moon, Carolyn Ann Vogel, Margaret Coleman, Elizabeth Rush, Jennifer L. Brown, Constance Elizabeth Hudgins. Page 372 Above: Impromptu card games helped pass away day-time hours between classes. Below: Christmas decorations added to the pre- holiday spirit. Page 373 Above: Three girls stopped to discuss an assign- ment before leaving the dining room. Below: One University student enjoyed the company of three Hardin House re sidents while waiting for his date. j ' -.. , i HARDIN HOUSE Hardin House is a privately owned and operated apart- ment dormitory exclusively for University girls. As part of the University campus for more than a quarter of a century, Hardin House places its emphasis on personal contact and home-like atmosphere. Several housemothers work under the direction of Mrs. Stella Hardin, director and founder of Hardin House, and assist the girls in their sections. Two swimming pools, study carrels, a sun deck, television room, and game room are available for the girls ' use. Hardin House Advisors: Front Row: Ann Paula Neuman, Merry Beth Peterson. Second Row: Hester Ann White, Julia Elizabeth Wareing, Barbara Loyd Holman. Page 374 Left: Even when the weather became too cold for swimming, the pool continued to be used as a gathering spot. Right: 2206 Rio Grande. Below: For the girls of Hardin House, study-breaks included numerous telephone calls, faithful rec ord listening, and plain talk. Page 375 Right: Last year, some of more musically-inclined took up playing the guitar. Below: The Heflin Manor bus brought coeds to and from campus at regular intervals each day. Heflin Manor Advisors: Front Row: Janice Wilkinson, Barbara Wycoff, Laura Ozmun, Margaret Seward, Julia Macy, Phyllis Moore. Second Row: Olivia Potter, Olga Garcia, Joyce Hardy, Dana Griffin, Linda McDavitt. Third Row: Gail Weyel, Robbie Lambeth, Carol Rulfs, Mary Gossett, Sally Carlisle, Mary Bond. Page 376 W S f ' " T B rsT " !!!! HEFLIN MANOR The " Dorm on Longview Hill " has established several tra- ditional events during Heflin Manor ' s four-year existence. These annual events included a Christmas tree decorating night, open house, and door-decorating contest. The talent show offered an opportunity for competition in creativeness, and an advisor tapping dinner honored those residents se- lected for dormitory leadership positions in the coming year. Once a month, students majoring in a foreign language invite their instructors or international students for dinner. Other special dinners celebrate the month ' s birthday girls. Faculty members also participated in " after-dinner-conver- sations " throughout the year. Manager John H. Baker, along with his supervisors Mrs. Eunice M. Spoeneman and Les Cannon, organize programs and activities such as the Heflin Singers, intramural teams, and student tutors. Above: 2505 Longview. Left: Upper-class student tutors helped Heflin Manor residents with their academic problems. He lin Manor Student Assistants: Front Row: Elizabeth Gale Roden, Carol Annette Cater, Ann Bayler Clark, Barbara Lee Buehner. Second Row: Mrs. C. M. Cannon, Supervisor, Jeanne Geller, Secretary, Abbie Massey, Sidney Helen Moorhead, Mrs. E. M. Spoeneman, Supervisor. Page 377 KINSOLVING Kinsolving is the largest of the University owned dormi- tories and has a capacity of eight hundred girls. It is divided into an upperclassman unit (North) and a freshman unit (South), each of which houses four hundred girls. Some of the all-dorm activities included a hootenanny to welcome the girls at the beginning of school and Christmas open house. Phi Beta Kinsolving is an academic honorary which was organized to foster academic excellence among the residents. In Kinsolving South, there are two girl rooms and a community bath. The North differs in that it housed its residents in four girl suites with a bath separating the two bedrooms. Due to changes in housing policy, however, North will no longer be open exclusively to upperclassmen and will be predominately for freshman girls. Special ac- tivities which occurred on North were the Halloween Ugly Girl contest and the advisor tapping dinner. Resident counselors were Mrs. Margaret L. Brown, co- ordinator, Southeast; Mrs. Helen Coffin, Southwest; Mrs. Zadie Lumpkin. Northeast; Mrs. Idella Patterson, North- west. Student Assistants were Mary Lorene Dennis, Marion Annette Hurt, Julia Frances Moore, Patricia Evelyn Nelson, Southeast; Gloria Lee Goff, Faith Cecelia Knaffle, Betty Rodgers, Norma Sue Stanley, Southwest; Zelime Amen, Trudy Dreiseszun, Jane Ellerkamp. Peggy Ann Goldbeck, Northeast; and Jane Arian Haun, Linda Beth La Baume, Mona May Landreth. Carol Ann Ward, Northwest. Above: Kinsolving residents checked the mailboxes daily in hopes of receiving that long-overdue letter. Delate: All meals are served cafeteria style. Page 378 SOUTHEAST: Front Row: Advisors: Robin Thrift, Reece Beesley, Carol Goldman, Ann Caraway, Sherry Sanders, Nancy Sanders, Karen Scruggs, Punkin Bader. Second Row: Advisors: Madeleine Draeger, Patricia Nelson, Karen Barnard, Bonnie Wheat, Terry Blair, Martha Small, Marian Mem ' man, Judith Ashurst, Kay Kriegel, Nancy Mer- ritt, Sallye Sorenson. Third Row: Jo Johnson, Linda Christie, Susan Ericson, Candace Landis, Denyse Daley, Adrienne Ulsh, Bonnie Veazey, Donna Fleischmann, Mary Maddux, Jeanne Duplissey, Mar- garet Louise Brown, resident counselor; Nancy Wacker, Carolyn Rodgers, Elizabeth Thornton, Nina McVey, Carol Lilley, Diane Jones, Janet Henderson, Allison Dick, Decie Ankenman. Fourth Row: Jeanette Hunt, Mary Waddell, Leslie Godwin, Judy Simpson, Nancy James, Gayle Graves, Janci Goodson, Kathleen Kreston, Martha Woody, Patricia Hoelscher, Linda Blankenship, Janice Howard, Carol Holmes, Dorothy Waldman, Iris Hennington, Linda Pickard, Lynne Horvich, Tachie Clevenger. Fifth Row: Donna Boyd, Annette Morris, Karen Riggs, Nancy Johnson, Paula Cook, Michelle Nugent, Con- stance Scofield, Paula Smith, Michele Fifer, Linda Sallee, Sandra Liddle, Jeanne Johanson, Joy Stapp, Trudy Skiff, Cheryl Craig, Helen McAdams, Cathy Hillard, Susan Bayliss, Susan Willard. Sixth Row: Linda Waterbury, Laura Mehr, Lydia Murray, Martha Nesloney, Loretta Byers, Charlcie Devlin, Cynthia Wallace, Gloria Jordan, Janet Bullington, Jane Stris, Rebecca Brown, Barbara Nauwald, Judith Arnold, Mary Brumage, Cynthia Christian, Nancy Austin, Donna Bennett, Sally Bond, Jolie Kalbaugh, Jean Newbold. SOUTHWEST: Front Row; Advisors: Sherry Simpson, Nancy Flo- dine, Lynn Tucker, Margaret Spikes, Martha Murchison, Carolyn Jamail. Second Row: Advisors: Nancy Billingsley, Louise Coerver, Catherine Baumstark, Faith Knaffle, student assistant; Mrs. Helen Coffin, resident counselor; Mary Albrecht, Judy Davis, Kathy Holmes, Antonia Moran. Third Row: Melissa Sledge, Nancy Duke, Edana Coole, Beverly Gantt, Darlene Gill, Pamela Hitt, Janet Pennycuick, Debra Gardenier, Suzanne Allison, Karol Kolle, Kathleen Fisher, Nancy Criswell, Colleen Tracy, Kathleen Crockett, Susan Knolle, Betty Brockette, Lucinda Hanks, Janice Murray. Fourth Row: Judy Cole, Karen Rowlett, Sara Kempen, Carol Gilbert, Donna Janning, Fredsell Wadler, Cheryl Prescott, Karen Kaase, Diana Mary Eagan, Ann Small, Rita Sauls, Gladys Wall, Karen Malick, Mary Spearman, Susan Wilkinson, Linda Steen, Jennifer Jordan, Suzanne Bass, Kath- ryn Alexander. Fi th Row: Linda Melton, Darien Towsley, Sharon Boyd, Carroll Williams, Catherine Umstattd, Suann Taylor, Carol Hopson, Cynthia Cours, Mary Morgan, Judith Taylor, Paula Selig- man, Carol Council, Susan Henry, Mary Martin, Ann Blakeney, Vanesa Young, Brenda Dean, Anne Barclay, Annie Brooks, Patricia Haralson, Mary Quinn. Sixth Row: Lee Lovvorn, Nancy Gardner, Carol Holmes, Charlotte Englund, Jackie Real, Lorriane Ross, Leha Ripper, Ruth Collier, Beverly Silwood, Patty Simpson, Alberta Brun- ner, Carla Taylor, Kimberly Wilkes, Velma Pipkin, Judy Hastedt, Cecelia Nance, Lydia Lequeux, Karen Holland, Linda Fortassain, Paulette Wolf, Kathleen Hagen. Page 379 KINSOLVING Left: 2600 Whitis. Right: Early each morning, the mail was sorted and pigeon-holed. Below: Residents decorated their doors and the halls, adding the holiday spirit to Kin- solving dormitory. Page 380 1 1f If ir NORTHEAST: Front flow: Advisors: Cheryl Raffkind, Elizabeth Risinger, Nancy Nixon, Mary Koros, Carol Neely, Mary Grantham. Second Row: Advisors: Judith Parish, Nancy Haralson, Linda Mar- mion, Peggy Goldbeck, Trudy Dreiseszun, Zadie B. Lumpkin, resident counselor: Jane Ellerkamp, Mary Amen, Charlotte Walterstein, Pa- tricia Henderson, Linda Boston. Third Row: Rebecca Hastings, Frances Hatten, Susan Cunningham, Sarah Roach, Jeanie Dumestre, Dianne McEvoy, Suzanne Schlegelmilch, Linda Miller, Cheryl Mur- phy, Deborah Howard, Ruth Davidson, Susan Bourdon, Beverly Bein. Fourth Row: Susan Gottlieb, Madeline Gilbert, Ruth Ford, Charla Peavy, Virginia Appling, Suzanne Brewster, Marilyn Bruyere, Phyllis Pizalato, Carol Ripper, Carolyn Smith, Karen Christmann, Julie Pel- ton, Carol Camp, Karen Hawkins. Fifth Row: Maria Maldonado, Amijo Woner, Lynn Cottingham, Pamela Hearn, Lynda Ikerman, Mary Binion, Charlotte Dahlgren, Janice Carver, Paula Carver, Sharon Uecker, Mary Powell, Janet Cleland, Susan Langridge, Frances Wat- kins, Anne Humphries, Andrea DeShpng, Sarah Strauss. Sixth Row: Gaye Blumberg, Jane Lindhout, Mary Livingston, Judith Vittetoe, Jan Collins, Regina Reed, Catherine Caldwell, Pamela Haymes, Mary Franks, Kathleen Boyd, Carolyn Berry, Rebecca Burge, Lou Busselle, Jeanne Philquist, Mary Walters, Janis Volkening. I NORTHWEST: Front Row: Advisors: Norma Stanley, Dorothy Hayes, Diane Sawyer, Sarah Weilbacher, Jane Sears. Second Row: Advisors: Marsha White, Mona Landreth, Becky Barth, Idella Patterson, resi- dent counselor; Jane Haun, Anne Roberson, Carolyn Butler, Carol Ward. Third Row: Victoria Hillaker, Cynthia Cooper, Virginia Mac- Naughton, Cynthia Higgins, Margaret Griffin, Susan Rutherford, Phyllis Frede, Judy Evans, Sally Grenier, Nancy Treybig, Rande Siegel, Sheryl Freed. Fourth Row: Sandra Taylor, Billie Porter, Dianne Robin, Linda Alberts, Pauline Grant, Hope Leidner, Jamie Dollahite, Linda Latimer, Cynthia Tracy, June Tedter, Margaret McMaughan, Joan Whelton. Fifth Row: Susan Korp, Edith Wiggins, Doris Stanford, Sandra Gardner, Dorys Bentson, Connie Cramer, Nancy Ford, Marilu Dooley, Bobbie Tarpley, Sharon Guild, Frances St. Peter, Marilyn Hocott, Ann Livergood. Sixth Row: Janet Cohen, Stacey Vinson, Carol Connell, Sharon Sass, Nancy Volz, Joyce Brink, Winona Schloemer, Patricia Little, Mary Hughes, Susan Clem, Jenna Bell. Page 381 306 West 29th Street KIRBY HALL Helen M. Kirby Hall, named for the first Dean of Women at the University, is owned and operated by the Methodist Women of Texas. Known for its high scholastic standing, the dormitory ' s scholarship program included the Kappa Kirby Honor society, plus senior counselors and upper-class advisors. The girls also participated in the Kirby Singers, in- tramural sports, the annual formal and open house, special holiday dinner programs, and weekly German, French, and Spanish conversation tables. Ministers from Austin churches spoke at each Sunday dinner. Front Row: Marilyn Lillian See, Barbara Kathleen Higgins, Teresa Elizabeth Jackson, Cheryl Lynn Neitzke, Crystal Waynel Lanham, Angela Greer Kennon, Mary Ann Moore, Cynthia Ann Wright, Patricia Jan Ludeman, Mary Kathleen Gordon, Julia Penny Clark, Barbara Ann Downing, Sunnye Susan Stegall, Judy Norene Lale. Second Row: Madelyn Gaye Walston, Jo Ann Brewer, Margaret Louise Cantu, Connelly Jean Quinton, Julie Minter Vega, Gloria Ann Veazeay. Third Row: Carolyn Sue Reynolds, Annette Marie Campbell, Mary Ellen McGuire, Donna Lea Borron, Kayren Sue Reynolds, Carol Lavern Coleman, Kathryn Lee Swaney, Ruby Jewel Bennett, Charlotte Elizabeth Cantu, Virginia Lanier Alspaugh, Esther Gonzalez-Arroyo, Candace Maud Clifton, Dolores Jane Mancias, Vir- ginia Lee Murray, Felicia Yvonne Durley, Jan Karen Monon, Ann Margaret Ballman, Deborah Ann Brokaw, Emily Malcolm Kahler, Jacquelynn Dianne Houston, Maria Cecilia Perez, Helen MacDonald Rosenberger, Carmen Leta Partney, Pattie Jane Knight. Fourth Row: Deborah Ann Disney, Charlotte Avis Garrett, Martha Ann Swear- ingen, Sarah Beth Noyes, Lynda Meredith Miller, Virginia Ann John- son, Patricia Ann Dillon, Elizabeth Louise Young, Neva Sue Walden, Magdalene Rhoda Holm, Linda Faye Brown, Sandra Lou Scaramell, Judy Sharon Parker, Karen Sue Cook, Eleanor Jean Mayfield, Marian Catherine Heaton, Kathleen Margaret Geenen, Belinda Mae Nowlin, Mary Karen Lyon, Nancy Lynn Hinton, Brooke Elizabeth Corley, Donna Kay Clanton, Claudia Leigh Jones, Patricia Jo Stark. The Kirby Singers practiced for their Christmas program. Page 382 1 Front Row: Advisors: Bonnie Sue Casey, Jo Nell Knize, Elizabeth Karin Ellis, Sherry Kaye McCoy, Marsha Frances Monroe, Judy Patricia Routh, Marilyn Gaye Rabon, DeLena Jean Stewart, Kathryn Susan Fincher, resident counselor, Anita Louise McNevin, Carol Hardgrave, Kathryn Lynn McDowell, Jo Lynette Skutca, Sherry Ann Foote, Elisabeth Jane Kinsey, Linda Kay Pechacek, Michelle Sindo. Second Row: Sharon Sue Bozarth, Carolyn Jo Wright, Linda Leah Bowlin, Mary Anne Stallings, Nancy Lee Notley, Elizabeth Ann Crut- singer, Gloria Jean Blair, Teresa Ann Truitt, La Verne Lee Dickinson, Cynthia Cecelia Borgfeld, Shirley Sue Wells, Judith Waterbury Spark- man, Sandra Lynne Albrecht, Linda Suzanne Oiling, Pamela Seigler, Janice Lucile Freeman, Barbara Lea Burnham, Linda Kay Bell, Kathryn Ruth Zimmerman, Jane Innis. Third Row: Bobbie Jo Trout, Evelyn Estabrook Moloney, Linda Carole Flynn, Karen Hicks, Jenny Kay Robinson, Leslie Ann Stockman, Margaret Anne Lewis, Priscilla Ann Talkington, Patricia Ann Nation, Linda Elaine Wissemann, Gail Alice Spencer, Teresa Virginia Farr, Mary Celeste Krier, Emily Jane Scott, Margaret Rose Fleming, Mary Lee Stewart, Carolyn Rose Toups, Sandra Lynne Hewett, Carol Lynn Bettge, Gail Ellen Arnold, Bethany Lane Donnell, Beverly Diane Round, Sharon Elaine Wat- kins. Connie Kay Shafer. Fourth Row: Julie Anne Wright, Deborah McCormick, Candace Gayle Kroon, Barbara Lynn Keir, Marilyn Sue Roberts, Lynda Spangler, Judith Diane Williams, Sherry Gayle Bor- chardt, Margaret Ann Summer, Joyce Eileen Eckert, Lannie Gay Tucker, Nan Annett Hanover, Willadene Voigt, June Patricia Jagger, Margaret Irene I ' Anson, Julia Estelle Gaines, Karen Elise Yoder, Carolyn Diane Jackson, Leah Maurine Hambrick, Etha Bernice Reavis, Patricia Ann Yantch, Donna Gail Maury, Suanne Quick, Nancy Grace Wright, Linda Ruth Smith, Cynthia Anne Matherne, Sue Elizabeth Talley, Mary Lenn Miller. I LJTTLEFIELD The Alice Littlefield Memorial Dormitory, which was completed in 1927 as G. W. Littlefield ' s memorial to his wife, now houses 166 University coeds. In the fall, Littlefield Dormitory participated in the Aggie Sign Contest, a Dads ' Day coffee, and a Christmas party for children from the Austin State School. Spring activities included the Littlefield Formal and an advisor tapping dinner. At the end of the year, girls who had earned a 2.0 grade point average became members of the Little- field Mortar Board, and a scholarship plaque was awarded to the dormitory wing which had amassed the highest grade point average. Special dinners celebrating various occasions throughout the year, plus all-dorm parties, also highlighted the year. 300 West 26th Street Page 383 MADISON HOUSE Front Row: Advisors: Sara Marie Stuewe, Judy Anne Hayes, Barbara Jessel, Judith Ann Arnold, Sondra Faye Haskett, Sara Jane Blatt. Second Row: Advisors: Loy Sherwood Dwyer, Michele Angelica Cafone, Valerie Kay Horn, assistant chairman; Maryhelen Herder, Ilene Patricia Carrington, chairman, Margaret Ann McBride, Beth Anne Shectman, Susan Edna Blount. Left: Three residents discussed their favorite record albums. Right: 709 West 22nd. Page 384 Above: During the day, many girls studied to- gether in the dining room. Below: Early spring swims brought much attention from other Madi- son residents. Page 385 Above: Mayfair residents enjoyed sunbathing near the pool during spring months. Below: Awaiting the arrival of dates, the girls discussed their Saturday night plans. Page 386 MAYFAIR HOUSE Above: 2000 Pearl. Center: As finals approached, late-afternoon bridge games helped ease tension. Below: Residents anxiously waited while the tele- vision set warmed up. Mayfair advisors: Front Row: Irene Stanley Slavens, Alice Florence Scurlock, Mary Lou Ray, Katherine Nell Castellanos. Second Row: Summer Scott, Susan Jane Clarke, Ann Arden Westbrook, Farrah Leni Fawcett. Third Row: Suzanne Haden Nicholl, Martha Edgerton Cox, chairman; Marjorie Lee Donegan, Mary Elsa Singer. Page 387 MEN ' S RESIDENCE HALLS BRACKENRIDGE HALL: Counselors: Front Row; John Xavier Olivo, Charles Gerald Lytle. Back Row: Laurence Lee Fehz, Don Edward Leach, Christopher Todd Bowers, Supervisor. STAFF: Front Row: Helen N. Deathe, Manager, William J. Garland, Assistant Manager. Second Row: Louise A. Hill, Elizabeth Cunning- ham, Mary D. Fontaine, Lisetta Walenta. Third Row: William A. Rogers, Alice J. Moore, Dorris B. Sheppard, Lottie M. Ward, M. Ruth Walker. Fri. SA1 MOORE-HILL HALL: Counselors: Front Row: Gus Noll 111, Lewis Franklin Boyd, John Randall Conn, Ervin William Squires Jr. Sec- ond Row: John Hollis Dealy, Ernest Richard Keeton 111, Jerald Robert Yankee, Steve Gott Crutchfield, John Hill Nail Jr. Third Row: Philip Lawrence Eiserloh, James Douglas Welch, Hayden Edward Boland, John Carl Totten, Harold Sparks 111, Supervisor. ROBERTS HALL: Counselors: Front Row: George Earl Murphy, Philip McGuire Martin, Advisor; John David Robinson 11, Advisor; John Martin Skrhak. Second Row: Jack Lee Bailey, Michael Lowery Gillette, Supervisor; Jimmy Ray Coolidge, Edward Lewis Bale. Page 388 I PRATHER HALL: Counselors: Front Row: Cox Robert Crider, Charles Franklin Blanks Jr. Second Row: Darrell Ray Raines, Robert Elton Allison Jr., Supervisor. SIMKINS HALL: Counselors: Front Row: Samuel Jerome Dealey, Supervisor; Rufus Green Jr., Benjamin Valfre. Second Row: Donald Douglas Durflinger, Alfred L. Deaton 111, John DeWitt Davis 111. Not pictured: William B. Chenault 111. SAN JACINTO F,G,H: Counselors: Harold Dean Henderson, David Frishman. Second Row: Edwin Dennis Myer, Charles William Arn- old, Supervisor; William Clay Hunn. SAN JACINTO A,D: Counselors: Raymond Samuel Whittington, Supervisor; John Michael Garner, Johnny Lee Henry. Page 389 SCOTTISH RITE DORM: Advisors: Front Row: Judy Snowden, Sally Yarborough, Brenda Moorehead, Sunny Covin, Meryl Cherry. Second Row: Sidneye Trulock, Priscilla Patterson, Judy Johnson, Mary Ham- mett, Dianne Rush, Patricia McKinley, Nancy Ellison, Frances Clarke. Third Row: Mrs. Mary Leutwyler, Betty Marable, Nancy Littleton, Gail Gundersen, Rebecca Wriborg, Charlotte Rice, Carolyn Wathen, Camille Pickens, Linda Eppright, Deborah Spiva, Constance Pollard, Glenda Huffaker, Janice Maxwell. f Above: The recreation room proved to be the cen- ter of many SRD activities last year. Right: Resi- dents often visited with their dates in the living room before Sunday dinner. : Page 390 SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY Last year. 367 University coeds lived in the Scottish Rite Dormitory, a massive Georgian building located on seven wooded acres which offered its residents a sun bathing area, swimming pool, greenhouse, and laundry. Each year, a house council is elected by the residents and staff. It is their duty to assist the counselors in planning the year ' s activity program and maintaining a high standard of study condi- tions. The Scottish Scholars is the dormitory ' s academic honorary. This group of girls serve as tutors for residents and plan recognition dinners for those with outstanding scholastic achievement. Last spring, a formal dance was held for all residents and their guests. Scottish Rite Dormitory was founded in 1920, and is operated by the Scottish Rite Masons of Texas. Mrs. F. C. McConnell is Director and Mary Leutwyler is Head Resident Counselor. SCOTTISH SCHOLARS: Front Row: Patricia An McKinley, Patricia Ruth Kidd, Sally Ann Yarborough. Second Row: Donna Kay Schroe- ter, Mary Elizabeth Bowers, Jo Lynn Cunningham, Sidneye Carol Tru- lock, Betty Sue Marable. Third Row: Paulette Laraine Hinton, Deb- orah Anne Spiva, Clenda Beth Huffaker, Phoebe Ann Malmgren, Linda Anne Eppright, Gail Irene Gundersen, Mary Leutwyler, Resi- dent Counselor. Above: Before leaving for Christmas vacation, several girls helped decorate the flocked Christ- mas tree. Below: 204 West 27th Street. Page 391 Above: 1908 University. Center: One of the girls received a stuffed Bevo before Christmas. Below: The girls joined together in afternoon sing-songs centered around the piano. TOWER MANOR Tower Manor began the fall semester with a coffee for parents during the fall registration period and a Dads ' Day open house. Before Christmas, the girls participated in a tree-trimming party as well as a Christmas program for the girls and their dates. Candlelight dinners were held at Thanksgiving, Halloween, Christmas, and Easter. During the spring semester, Tower Manor held another open house on Round-Up weekend. Above: The girls took an occasional study-break during spring final exams. Center: Bridge games provided a source of relaxation throughout the year. Below Left: The living room served as a meeting place before the fall dance. Below Right: The dorm manager had several helpful assistants. UNIVERSITY ARMS Right: 2609 University. Below: Three coeds discussed cam pus life before class. Advisors: Left to right: Laura Evans McNeill, Liz Marie Wooldridge, Susan Patterson, Kathleen Dulan, Sandra Lee Smith, Kellyn Rozier, Mary Katherine Parkhurst, Linda Jean Thomas. Page 394 Above Left: A music major discussed current hit albums with two Longhorn band members. Above Right: Mid-morning coffee at poolside proved relaxing after a round of quizzes. Left: The color television often provided an excellent excuse for not studying. NEWMAN HALL Named after John Henry Cardinal Newman, an English churchman, lecturer, and author of the Nineteenth Century, Newman Hall has housed University women since 1918. Owned by the Dominican Sisters, it was the first Catholic dormitory erected on a secular campus and the second re- ligious dorm at the University. About seventy girls lived in the main building and small annex. Director Sister Francis, O.P., was aided by Zula Jacobs, housemother, and Katie Hoffman, housekeeper. 1 fw .113 Dun HIT tta Sa Front Row: Advisors: Dolores Slomchinski, Susan Marie Palousek, Kathryn Mary Bartosh, chairman, Barbara June Welp, Pamela Agnes Shropshire. Second Row: Graziella Maria Martin, Vicki Lynne Murph, Mary Claudia Neil, Peggy Ann Finger, Mary Christine Meismer, Marilyn Elizabeth Vykoukal, Mary Julietta Christian. Third Row: Sylvia Alicia Azios, Paula Jean Miller, Marilyn Jane Bartosh, Lilla Marian McNutt, Kathleen Elizabeth Kennedy, Beatriz Eugenia Perez, Veronica Mary Hess, Mary Margaret Nathman. Fourth Row: Bert ha Gonzalez, Frances Elaine Kramer, Constance Marie Fronek, Patricia Ann Connolly, Doris Elaine Kristek, Maria Estela Ramirez, Nancy Louise Dennis. Above: 2026 Guadalupe. Right: Newman Hall residents and their dates munched popcorn during the Christmas tree decorating party. Page 396 V I w WOMEN ' S CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL Front Row: Barbara Dianne Douglas, Almetris; Beth Ellen McEnery, Powell House; Frances A. Mofield, Chairman, Valhalla; Cynthia Ann Beach, Chairman, Century House; Barbara Jo Wilson, Wakonda; Dorothy Mae Jentsch, Felecia. Back Row: Mary Ruth Smith, Advisor; Mary Elizabeth Wellborn, Theadorne; Janet Little, Whitehall; Mar- tha Earlene Watson, Secretary, Wakonda; Kathleen Ann DiMare, Shangri-La; Edna Violet Munson, Whitis. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Louise Greer Carroll, Pearce Linda Ann Kohlman, Pearce Andrea Mary Ryza, Halstead Mildred H. Scheel, Halstead Lorelei Jean Schmidt, Valhalla Front Row: Daniel Diaz Jr., TLOK; Edward Augustus Gildemeister, Campus Guild; Charles James Mott, Campus Guild; Burnis Glenn Allardyce, Theleme; Harold Andrew Harwell Jr., Theleme. Back Row: Brian Dudley Evans, Stag; Wiliam Earle Halstead Jr., Campus Guild; Birch Duke Kimbrough, TLOK; Leonard Gene Schulze, Royal; Stephen Grant TerMaath, Stag; John M. Johnston, Ramshorn. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Thomas Aubrey Burris, Jr., Ramshorn Pete M. Escamilla, Ed Price Hall Walter Stearns Simonds, Theleme Frank Charles Svrcek, Ed Price Hall Charles Frederick Young, Royal MEN ' S CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL Page 397 WOMEN ' S CO-OPERATIVES Almetris Co-op, named after its founder and present house- mother, Almetris Duren, collected toys at Christmas for the children of a needy family in Austin. The girls also par- ticipated in Inter Co-Operative intramurals. Century House entered many contests at the University, winning the Texas Union Carving Contest with the happiest pumpkin. Large Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners were held for many college men. Fire drills, in addition to regu- larly scheduled house meetings, were conducted throughout the year. K be G: ALMETRIS: Front Row: Shiela Borns, Sandra Louise Cooper, Con- stance Marion Pullam, Theresa Eaglin. Second Row: Barbara Dianne Douglas, co-ordinator; Jeanie Marie Block, Linda Carol Hines, Dor- othy Dean Green. Third Row: Almetris Marsh Duren, Housemother, Belli Rachelle Poindexter, Darlene DeNett Harper, George Ann Mus- grove, Vivian Lucille Mayes, Patricia Ann Booker, Willye Stene Witcher, Marva LaGean Douglas, Linda Carol Routt, Betty Joan Griggs. Members Not Pictured: Doris Ann Alexander, Thelma Lights Bowie, Margaret Faye Ellis, Gertrude Leola Kibbe. CENTURY HOUSE: Front Row: Anna Lee Bishop, Lois Carol Keith, Drucilla Corine McBride, Estela Salazar, Yvon Reeder, Barbara Pat- ren. Second Row: Susan Clay Nance, Guadalupe Robles, Judith Elaine Stones, Patricia Marie Anthony, Susan Reed Butler, Phyllis June Beckham, Joyce Elizabeth Miller. Third Row: Madeleline Marie Delker, Katherine Nancy Tucker, Arlene Anne Welfel, Wanda Burne- dette Hubbard. Fourth Row: Kim Ann Smallwood, Karon Gay Houghton, Faith Ann Bonick, Cynthia Ann Beach, co-o rdinator, Sylvia Louise Beckey. Member Not Pictured: Louis Rita Pekar. Rtl .-.-. ::. ; i R Page 398 ion. K ete --: Felecia Co-op is operated by an elected co-ordinator and House Rules Committee. The co-op participated in Inter Co-Operative Council activities such as a program for read- ing to blind students, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, and social functions. An open house was held during Co-op Week in the spring. Halstead Co-op started the fall semester with an old girl- new girl party. During Thanksgiving, a formal dinner was held at the house, and at Christmas the girls helped Campus Guild Co-op give a party for underprivileged children, by decorating a tree and exchanging gifts. After the Theleme Co-op burned, the girls provided members with food, sup- plies, and clothes. I I FELECIA: Front Row: Christine Ursula Studer, Linda Diane Smith, Robin Jon Green. Second Row: Merieta K. Johnson, Barbara Ilene Brandenburg, Christine Jo Schopmeyer, Susan Rae Garrett, Valerie Marie Ostarch, Sheila Jeanne Hoehn, Mitzi Gale Lauderback. Third Row: Margaret Ann Rammo, Lizabeth Susan Lovelace, Linda Lou Froehner, Margie Lee Hughes, Martha Kay Downing, Dorothy Mae Jentsch, Molly Elaine Smith, Karen Ann Brandenburg, Joanna Kay Slavik. Members not pictured: Janis Bielamowicz, Bonnie Barbara Burns, Mary Elizabeth Farley, Robin Ritchie, Anne Lindsay Towery, Barbara Wright. HALSTEAD: Front Row: Ann Harriet Riggs, Karen Brown. Second Row: Lucinda Halstead, Andrea Mary Ryza, Paula Marie Dolman, Linda Kay Maddux, Evelyn Aileen Norton, Linda M. Slavik, Lesley Ann Bice. Third Row: Mildred Scheel, co-ordinator, Ruth Elaine Franklin, Patricia Ann Vermillion, Janet Rebecca Rogers, Suzanne June Dolman, Carol Lynn Hold, Pamela Lynne Johnson, Judy Ellen Crouch. Page 399 Pearce Co-op was active in all Inter Co-Operative Council activities last year including intramural football, the pump- kin-decorating contest, Bevo Aggie Sign Contest entry, re- treat at Zilker Park, and an exchange dinner with TLOK Co-op. During Christmas, the girls held a party at Greg House for underprivileged children. Powell House held its annual Thanksgiving dinner with its members bringing guests and preparing all the food. At Christmas, each girl was given a " secret pal " who did favors for them but were not revealed until the house Christmas party. Powell House also participated in intramurals, Co-op Week song fest, an annual picnic, and the May formal dinner. I il PEARCE: Front Row: Theresa Cheryl Luke, Edna Lee Williams, Zonia Francisca Vasquez, Violantha June Ricks, Bonnie Dee Metzger, Bonnie Lou Bradley. Second Row: Margaret Mary Fiedler, Margaret Alice Ne;il, Donna Sue Davenport, Lpuise Greer Carroll, Patricia Ann Boeselt, Lind Jean Lege, Barbara Lee Metzger, Lizbeth Burns Koett. Members Not Pictured: Linda Kohlman, co-ordinator, Mary McFerrin, Evelyn Turner. POWELL HOUSE: Front Row: Randie Kaye Boettcher, Jana Kay Hamlett. Second Row: Janine Kathleen Jank, Margaret Ann Janczak, Sandra Jean Lyle, Ann Frances Sebesta. Elsa Ann Wold. Third Row: Barbara Lynne Williams, Judith Gail Weber, Gary Flavilla Gilchrist, Susan Laura Price, Barbara Elizabeth Tucker, Beth Ellen McEnery, co-ordinator; Mary Lynn Craft, Mickey Jean Owen. Members Not Pictured: Didi Gretser, Eileen Krampitz. SA ' Sn .- t V-: ' : :, ; Page 400 Shangri-La was established in 1964 and have participated in many activities since. During party week, the girls gave a balcony party for four boys ' co-ops, and later an exchange dinner with the Royal Co-op, a Thanksgiving banquet, and a Christmas tree party were given as well as the girls par- ticipating in the construction of the ICC entry in the Aggie Sign Contest. Coordinator Kathy DiMare co-chaired the project, which won the most comical award. Theadorne has been located in the women ' s co-operative quadrangle since 1952. This year the girls at Theadorne have participated in various house and Inter-Cooperative Council activities, such as exchange dinners with other co-ops and the ICC Christmas party for underprivileged children. Theadorne has also had a Halloween party, a Thanksgiving dinner, a Christmas party, and candle parties announcing engagements. SHANGRI-LA: Front Row: Patricia Louise Kittles, Kay Ellen Cude, Roberta Rae Parker, Virginia J. J. Makrocki, Andrea Mary Terrell. Second Row: Kathleen Ann DiMare, co-ordinalor, Jacqueline DaHene Hammett, Nita Joan Brummett, Sara Gail Fuller, Joan Carol Mueller, Karen Elizabeth Anderson, Mary Lynn Rylander, Nancy Ann Stall, Irene Hoge Smith, Johlyn Wolff. Members Not Pictured: Sheila Byrne, Theresa Lois Ward. THEADORNE: Front Row: Rita Rosalinda Godines, Sandra Sue Oliphant, Marie Antoinette Fink, Patricia Flores. Second Row: Judy Jane Rudd, Sharon Lee Froehner, Mary Elizabeth Wellborn, co- ordinator, Andrea Lynn Frazee, Nancy Jo Bryant, Kathy Akin. Third Row: Frances Katherine Jetter, Beverly Ann Harrison, Mary Ellen Homer, Sharon Marguerite Sagely, Vicki Ann Lyerly, Linda Joyce Curtino, Phyllis June Irwin. Member not pictured Ja Nelle Mattingly. Page 401 members last year enjoyed such social activities as a Christmas decorating party, exchange of gifts, and candlelights. Known as the co-operative with the highest grade point average, Valhalla also participated in the prep- aration of spring Co-op Week. Wakonda participated in many InterCo-op Council projects and parties including the construction of the Aggie Sign Contest entry. The co-op had several match parties with men ' s co-operatives as well as trick or treating on Halloween night and carolling at Christmas. A formal Christmas dinner for members and their dates also was held. : .. HI Q VALHALLA: Front Row: Nina Elizabeth Rossi, Eva Maria Gram- berg, Alpha Hernandez. Second Row: Jean Canfield, Mary Ellen Silva, Mary Christine Montgomery, Christine Kamprath, Annie Laurie Oliver, Barbara Jean Camps. Third Row: Jacquelyn Wacker- barth, Frances Mofield, co-ordinator ; Susan Saegert MacQuigg, Bev- erly Jean Pieper, Lorelei Jean Schmidt, A. Jane Purcell, Barbara C. Hines, Bodil Janet Christiansen. Page 402 WAKONDA: Front Row: Judy Ann Patton, Barbara Jo Wilson, co-ordinator, Martha Earlene Watson, Mary Rose Almazan. Second Row: Joyce Younger, Judith Lynn Billeck, Patricia Christine Stut- heit, Susan Elaine Bartlemay, Betty Younger. Third Row: Elaine Terese Quinn, Anne Camden Stafford, LaNell Marie Rotter, Barbara Ann Bryant, Carolyn Louise Norton, Kathy Elizabeth Henson. 1 n i ' t ' . Sp " feirilh Hloween us diner Whitehall Co-op sponsored a scavenger hunt at their an- nual Thanksgiving banquet as girls roamed Pease Park in search of " natural " centerpieces. An unwielding, 20-foot Christmas tree added interest to Whitehall ' s yule season. Whitis Co-op ' s second year in existence was marked by several activities including participation in Inter Co-Opera- tive Council events and individual social functions. The girls prepared for a spring open house and song fest, in which they won the first two prizes last year. Til 5W - WHITEHALL: Front Row: Elaine Rose Heinrich, Connie Gene West, Delia Ida Quintanilla, Connie Marie Cernosek. Second Row: Marie Kathleen Bader, Susan Marie Woolsey, Maria de los Angelos Garcia, Claudia Jean Day, Nancy Lee Gibson, Carol Sue Pankratz, Martha Carol Ferguson. Third Row: Norma Linda Rodriquez, Karmein Azan Carsey, Janet Little, co-ordinator ; Jane McMillian, Carolyn Ann Lind, Edith Ann Dome], Sue Ellen Haugarth, Nina Elizabeth Glasgow. WHITIS: Front Row: Sharon Alice Fore, Edna Violet Munson, co-ordinator; Jennifer Ann Hartley, Charlene Sue Taylor, Annette Marie Randall. Second Row: Erna Rubie Ellison, Lue Rachelle Brim, Patricia Ann York, Ernestine Yolanda Waddy, Patricia Ann Edwards. Third Row: LaVada Juanice Stafford, Donna Lynne Donn, Anne Louise Crane, Karen Gay Cronguist, Karen Verne Williams, Sharon Rose Middleton, Shirley Yvonne Godfrey, M. Juanita Hub- bard, Barbara Arlene Worley, Noba Kathryn Lewis. Page 403 MEN ' S CO-OPERATIVES During the spring Co-op Week, house members stressed not only the financial advantages of co-ops but also the closer relations developed by working together. Room and board in co-ops is lower because the members do their own housework. In men ' s houses, the president runs house meet- ings and attends other meetings as a house representative. Close relationships among the houses is nurtured by the Inter Co-Op Council, which consists of representatives from men ' s and women ' s houses, in addition to representatives from the dean ' s offices. Just as houses vary in the distribution of duties, they differ in disciplinary methods. The house may have a House Rules Committee that aids the coordinator in problems or the responsibility may fall on the president. Tragedy struck all Co-Op members on January 25, 1967, when Raymond William Short was killed in the early morn- ing fire that destroyed Theleme Co-Op. THELEME: Front Row: William T. Thweatt Jr., Raymond John Pierotti, Leon Herchel Lowery Jr., Bennett Lee Engel, Hal Eric Man- zke, Gerald Ledyard Towle, Raymond William Short, Walter Stearns Simonds. Second Row: Ruben Cuevas Jr., Harold Andrew Harwell Jr., Thomas Edward Nunn, Glenn Arlen Burrow, Herbert Nelson Dieringer, Arthur Dennis Murphy, Walker Hood Horn III, Michael Wesley Farris. Members not pictured: Buns Glenn Allardyce, Frank Dunnington Ghigo, Alex Piatnizky, James C. Prejean, James Allen Smith, David Hal Stones, Walter Rudolph Stovall, John Richard Thomas. Page 404 Long recognized as the largest, most progressive men ' s co-operative on campus, Campus Guild marked 1966-67 as a school year of participation, charity, and socializing which supplemented its members ' scholastic activities well. An active voice in the ICC, the Guild hosted that organiza- tion ' s first dance in September. In December, a delighted group of 20 underprivileged children were treated to toys, new shoes, and a Christmas meal at the Guild ' s traditional Yuletide party. With the frost out of the air. the Campus Guild opened its doors in the spring to visitors during Co-Op week, proud to display a completely re-furnished living room and many other improvements. CAMPUS GUILD: Front Row: Edward Ernest Haverlah, Merle Harry Parker. Second Row: James Jay Washburn, Kermit Michael Mullins, Edward Augustus Gildemeister, Ronald Lee Hughes, William Nicolaus Reimers III, John Y. Fujioka. Third Row: Patrick Dennis Matzner, Charles James Mott, William Earle Halstead Jr., Alexander Page, David Wayne Lamb, P. David Harrison III, Davis Francis Leitch. Fourth Row: Lewis Paul Johnston, Jerry Leon Frentress, John Wylie Nichols, Charles Edward Mulroy, Victor William Wehman Jr., Michael David Carlberg, Robert Lyndon Cage, James Wayne Rash. Members not pictured: William James Albert, Charles Cloyce Berry Jr., Hau- Cheung Chow, William James Craig Jr., Dale Malcolm Davis, Daniel Barker Hagan, James VanDyke Haldy, Oliver Stephen Melton Jr., Gustavo Ramon Ortega, Ray Arthur Roeder, Scott Thomas Sherard, Gary John Takacs, Charles E. Vinson, Thomas Odell Webb, Mario Zamora. I . ED PRICE HALL: Front Row: Rollin Leroy Fischer, spring president; Rubin Del Toro, Donald Wayne Morrow, Ernesto Lamon Gamez, Donald Riley Lytfleton, dietician. Second Row: Johnny R. Tamez, Pete Manuel Escamilla, fall president and spring detail manager; John Charles White, Iraj Amirkabirian, Larry Wayne Scherwitz. Third Row: Mike Bennet McCormick, Henry William Denny, fall detail manager; Charles Delmer Harrell, Jim Wilson, Tom Lohmeier, Den- nis George Fortassain, Frank Charles Surcek, spring treasurer. Mem- bers not pictured: James Stephen Dudley, fall vice-president; Jon Fischer, Larry Ronald Fuhrmann, fall treasurer; Robert MacGregor, James Earth Root. Page 405 RAMSHORN: Front Row: Gumaro Garza, Timothy George Varian, Cecilio Garcia, Michael Jay Cole, Marvin George Miller. Second Row: John M. Johnston, William Werner Gastinger, Robert Scott Haraldson, Frank Henry Wagner Jr., Edward Thomas O ' Rourke Jr. Members not pictured: Nolan Eugene Bowman, William Warren Buchholtz, Thomas Aubrey Burris Jr., William John Carmichael, Robert Wood Childs Jr., Rolando A. Flores-Garcia, Gary Nicholas Hovick, Douglas Alan Johnson, Cecil Leon McKenzie, Russell Jay Owens, Gilbert Albar Peon, Edgar Earl Rhea, Robert Ross Scholl, Leonard Gregory Sturm, Noel Soza, Larry William Upshaw, William Thomas Varian, Edward Donald Zost. As a unit, Royal Co-op participates only in the Inter Co- operative Council, the Men ' s Co-op Council, and intramural athletics. Other activities are engaged in on an individual basis. An ICC committee has been helping Royal and other co- operatives to solve the housing problem which will be created in the near future by University action in our neighborhood. a fi Ik y: ;v ' Id Ramshorn ' s officers for the year were Thomas Aubrey Burris Jr., president; John M. Johnston, treasurer; Cecil Leon McKenzie, social chairman; and Inter Co-operative representatives were William Warren Buchholtz and Michael Jay Cole. ROYAL: Front Row: Charles Fredrick Young, Ernest Joe Branham, spring treasurer; George N. Patino, Alva Allie Edwards, Richard Edward Armstrong, Bruce Edward Larson, Charles Harvey Dupuy. Second Row: Hal Ray Corley, secretary; Dale Joseph Klement, Ken- neth Wayne Schroeder, William Curtis Walker Jr., Richard Dunshie English, Gary Webb Hough. Third Row: Lewis Rae Rhodes Jr., Joseph Reid Kuykendall, Robert Joseph Penksa, vice-president; Clarence W. Von Bergen Jr., Del Harrington McKenzie, Kenneth Dale Walker. Fourth Row: Mark William Swope, Harry Dean Clark, Leonard Gene Schulze, president, George Carlisle Pittman, Darrell P. Hardman, food-buyer; Alvin Dale Nirider, Allan Alvin Gebert, jail treasurer. Members not pictured: Kamal El Din Said, Norman Edward Hajdik. Page 406 THE STAG: Front Row: Antonio Chavarria, Oscar Backus, Earl Wayland Steinbach, Edward Kilmer Eckenroth. Second Row: Phil Hugh Dunn, Hector F. Barrientos, Vance Neathery, John Michael Nolan, David Noel Moerbe, Ted Edward Green. Third Row: Malcolm David Gibson, Grant Stephen Bouck, Marshall Harvey Cargill, Larry Gene Cloud, Fernando Domingo Gutierrez, Stephen Grant TerMaath. Members not pictured: William E. Elliot, Brian Evans. The STAG ' s officers were Stephen Grant TerMaath, presi- dent; Edward Hilmer Eckenroth, treasurer; William E. Elliot was fall secretary and Larry Gene Cloud was the secretary for the spring semester. Brian Evans was food- buyer for the fall and Antonio Chavarria took over for the spring semester. M ;; ' TLOK: Front Row: Mario Juan Diaz, Wilmer Gerald Mitchell Jr., John Louis York Jr., Manuel George Resales Jr., Ricardo Arturo Ramos, Roy Sylvester Gabryl Jr., Harold Clark Mitchelle White, Michael Larry Megahan. Second Row: Edward Starr Whitlock, Daniel Diaz Jr., Frederich Frier Houghton, Walter Rufus Wilder, Steven Craig Broome, Larry Mitchell Fielder, Richard Wayne Meyer, Thomas Wayne Pahl, Allen James Anderson. Third Row: Allan Burnham Schmitt, Gary Arthur Munneke, Birch Duke Kimbrough, Thomas Wheeler Watson, John Henry Zammito, Gregory Toney Willis, Hender- son Leslie Vaughn, Jan Duncan Marshall, Barton Null Cherry. Members not pictured: Luis Orlando Barsallo, Larry Lynn Lester, A. LeRoy Mitchell. TLOK ' s officers for the year were A. LeRoy Mitchell, president; Barton Null Cherry, treasurer; Richard Wayne Meyer, secretary; Daniel Diaz Jr., was the Men ' s Co-opera- tive Council representative and the Inter Co-operative Council representatives were Thomas Wheeler Watson and John Louis York Jr. Page 407 INTER CO OPERATIVE COUNCIL OFFICERS President DOUGLAS ALAN JOHNSON V ice-President KATHLEEN ELIZABETH HENSON Secretary SHARON LEE FROEHNER Treasurer STEVEN CRAIG BROOME Parliamentarian LISABETH SUSAN LOVELACE Advisor MARY RUTH SMITH Advisor FRANK B. CAMPBELL HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES Fall Spring DORIS A. ALEXANDER Almetris SHIELA BORNS VICTOR WILLIAM WEHMAN Campus Guild DAVID WAYNE LAMB KIM ANN SMALLWOOD Century. ' FAITH ANN BONICK DONALD RILEY LYTTLETON Ed Price Hall JOHNNY R. TAMEZ MARGARET ANN RAMME Felecia JOANNA KAY SLAVIK LUCINDA HALSTEAD Halstead LINDA M. SLAVIK ZONIA FRANCISCA VASOUEZ Pearce EDNA LEE WILLIAMS EILEEN KRAMPITZ Powell RANDIE KAYE BOETTCHER MICHAEL JAY COLE Ramshorn WILLIAM WARREN BUCHHOLTZ MARK WILLIAM SWOPE Royal DALE JOSEPH KLEMENT IRENE H. SMITH Shangri-La VIRGINIA MAKROCKI RONALD EUGENE LATIMER The Stag. .. .ALLEN LYNN SCHUCHARDT PATRICIA FLORES Theadorne ANDREA LYNN FRAZEE RAYMOND WILLIAM SHORT Theleme WALKER HOOD HORN JOHN Louis YORK T.L.O.K LARRY M. FIELDER MARY CHRISTINE MONTGOMERY. .. Valhalla MARY JEANETTE CURRY MARY ROSE ALMAZAN Wakonda BARBARA ANN BRYANT SUSAN MARIE WOOLSEY Whitehall NANCY LEE GIBSON JENNIFER ANN HARTLEY Whitis M. JUANITA HUBBARD ICC ' s entry in the Aggie Sign Contest. Front Row: Hartley, R. Smith, Broome, Henson, Johnson, Froehner, Lovelace, Campbell, Flores. Second Row: Mary Rose Almazan, Elaine Terese Quinn, Barbara Jean Camps, Marie Kathleen Bader, Dorothy Mae Jentsch, Latimer, Thomas Aubrey Burns Jr., Judy Jane Rudd, Cynthia Ann Beach, Hubbard, Ramme, Martha Earlene Watson, Delia Ida Quintanilla. Third Row: Cole, Tamez, Phil Hugh Dunn, Lyttleton, Lamb, Wehman, Swope, Horn, Frank Charles Svrcek, York. Page 408 BB BHQHI ATHLETICS ..V s. I y ATHLETICS Edited by Alice Kay Hartong Page 409 Darrell K. Royal, Athletic Director, Jack Coleman Patterson, Assistant Athletic Director. INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Supervising intercollegiate athletics and extramural activ- ities falls under the jurisdiction of the Athletic Council. Composed of nine members one each from the Students ' Association and Ex-Students ' Association, two appointed by the Board of Regents, and five from the General Faculty Standing Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics the Council is headed by the chairman of the faculty committee. Present holder of this position is J. Neils Thompson, who also serves as the University ' s faculty representative in the Southwest Conference. . In addition to his duties as head football coach, Darrell Royal is director of athletics and, as such, is in charge of all athletic activities of the University. He is assisted by Jack Patterson. The work force of the athletic business office is led by business manager Al Lundstedt and assistant Bob Rochs. Jones Ramsey and Orland Sims are in charge of publicity for teams and players. J. Neils Thompson Chairman ATHLETIC COUNCIL James Ben Bynum Wally Scott Francis R. Hodge Stuart P. Wright John B. Holmes Orville Wyss William T. Guy Charles A. Wright Page 410 Above Left: Ina Genelle Voelker and Gerry Fleming, accounting clerks, examine trip expenditures with Les Derrick. Above Right: Al- bert H. Lundstedt, business manager, Alfred R. Rochs, assistant busi- ness manager, and William F. Ermel, administrative assistant, plan the calendar-year budget. Below: Geneva Kane, secretary, Sharlene Ruf, senior secretary, and Aha Moore, administrative secretary, distribute letter sweaters to Joel Brame and Mike Dworaczk. Administrative Secretaries: Ruth Estelle Gold, Jo Ann Hammer, Dorothy Keys, Blanche Rhodes. Page 411 BEHIND THE SCENES Top Left: Jones Ramsey, Sports News Director, conferred with a re- porter about spring training. Top Right: Orland L. Sims, Assistant Sports News Director, phoned in reports for his daily radio program during the football season. Below: Henrietta C. Stone, Food Service Supervisor, visited with Tom Higgins, Pat Harkins, D. H. Martin and Jim Helms. Page 412 Above, Left to Right: Winnie Chapman, Jane Gully, Dan Burleson, Head Cheerleader; Dot Nelson, Beverly Enderle, Mike Waldron, Cherry Morrill, and Alan Hubbard. Below: Cheerleaders, led by Dan Burleson, charged onto field ahead of team. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Functioning to raise spirit for University athletic events through pep rallies before football games and leading cheers during games, the cheerleaders attend all home football and basketball games and travel to out-of-town football games. The head cheerleader is elected by the student body during spring general elections, with his squad being chosen in the fall. The cheerleaders serve for one year. Dan Burleson, second-year law student from Austin, headed the 1966-67 Cheerleaders. The squad was composed of Winnie Chapman, sophomore Plan II major from Hous- ton; Beverly Enderle, junior education major from Houston; Jane Gully, sophomore education major from Corpus Christi; Alan Hubbard, sophomore pre-dental major from Garland; Cherry Morrill. sophomore education major from Beeville; Dot Nelson, junior mathematics major from Galveston; and Mike Waldron, sophomore pre-medical major from Fort Worth. Page 413 Lan L, Hewlett, counselor, sought suggestions from and discussed an athlete ' s adjustment to college demands with Kelly Baker and Andy White. COACHING STAFF A coaching staff of eight men work under the guidance of head coach Darrell Royal. Charley Shira, Longhorn defensive line coach since 1957, worked with defensive backfield coach Russell Coffee to perfect the team ' s defensive performance. Texas linebackers and ends received instruction from Mike Campbell and his aide, Fred Akers, one of this year ' s new additions to the staff. Another new coach, Leon Manley, assisted Willie Zapalac in coaching the offensive line. After acting as backfield coach for the past six years, Bill Ellington became assistant athletic administrator, in addition to his duties as freshman football coach. The off-season found coaches active in recruiting high school players for future Longhorn teams. Lan Hewlett, the " brain coach, " oversees the scholastic interests of the players, helping them to maintain academic eligibility. Darrell K. Royal, Head Coach Fred S. Akers Thomas L. Ellis William M. Campbell Willie L. Manley Russell W. Coffee Charles N. Shira Billy M. Ellington Willie F. Zapalac Page 414 OUTSTANDING LONGHORNS Seven 1966 Longhorns won positions on newspaper and wire service all-Southwest Conference teams. Consensus all- Southwest Conference members were linebacker Joel Brame, tailback Chris Gilbert, and defensive end Corby Robertson. Others honored were David Conway, kicking specialist; Barney Giles, defensive end; Howard Goad, offensive guard; and Danny Abbott, offensive guard. Two Longhorns honored nationally were Gene Bledsoe, who gained all-America academic honors for his work in the classroom, and sophomore tackle Mike Robuck, who received Associated Press Lineman of the Week honors in October following a 90-yard touchdown run after intercept- ing a Rice pass. The George " Hook " McCullough Most Valuable Player Award went to Chris Gilbert, the D. X. Bible Team Spirit Award to Gene Bledsoe, the D. Harold Byrd Leadership Award to Barney Giles, the Travis County Exes Scholarship Award to Wesley Barnes, the Longhorn Club Sportsmanship Award to Les Derrick, and the Recognition Award to Howard Goad. Earl Christopher Gilbert ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Danny Gene Abbott Barney Lewis Giles Joel Lynn Brame Howard Lynn Goad David A. Conway Corbin James Robertson Page 415 Front Row: Manager Merle Smith, Ragan Gennusa, Ed Small, David Jefferies, Barry Stone, Pete Gallaher, Chris Bray, Earl Hudson, Johnny Cain, Gene Powell, Joel Brame, Loyd Wainscott. Second Row: Manager Bill Hall, Manager Jimmy Ball, Chris Gilbert, D. H. Martin, David Davis, Mike Dworaczyk, Howard Fest, Tom Hill, Randy Hudson, Alan Moravcik, Mack Lawrence, Chris Simmons, Jim Leahy, Wade Baldwin. Back Row: Manager Mac Spellmann, Manager Joe Doenges, Bret Lewis, David Cook, Craig Jolley, Dan Stathos, Bill Bradley, Mike Robuck, Marvin Walters, Mike Perrin, Ken Tarlton, Scooter Monzingo, Benny Pace, Andy White, Tom Higgins, Tommy Souders, Guy Harrison. Above: Diron Talbert, Fred Edwards, Bob Stanley, and Joel Brame joined forces to stop a Mustang drive. Below: Scooter Monzingo, John Elliot, and Barney Giles set up the line for the next play. Texas football 1966: a Bluebonnet Bowl victory, a second- place tie in the Southwest Conference, record-breaking run- ning, injuries, heart-breaking narrow defeats, reserves who made good, and outstanding sophomores. The Longhorns closed the 1966 season with a 19-0 rout of the University of Mississippi with the Texas offense smashing through the nationally-ranked Rebel defense for 283 yards and tailback Chris Gilbert setting two Bluebonnet Bowl records. Texas scoring began with Bill Bradley ' s 25-yard first period scamper following Gilbert ' s 50-yard blast to the Ole Miss 25-yard line. In the second period, Gilbert climaxed a 68-yard drive by plunging over from one yard out, and Texas led 12-0. The final score came in the fourth period on a four-yard plunge by Bradley. David Conway kicked the extra point making it 19-0. The Texas defense limited Ole Miss to only two scoring threats with four pass interceptions coming at key times. Les Derrick pulled in three Rebel passes and Barney Giles inter- cepted one. RESERVE LETTERMEN Terry Eugene Boothe Christopher Davis Bray Michael Dworaczyk Howard Arthur Fest Duane Foster Peter Gallaher James Russell Leahy Benny Clint Pace C. E. Riggs Marvin Walters Front Row: Charles Holman, Les Derrick, Diron Talbert, Jim Helms, Fred Edwards, Ronnie Landry, Gene Bledsoe, Howard Goad, John Elliott, Wesley Barnes, Chachie Owens, Coach Russell Coffee, Head Coach Darrell Royal. Second Row: Burt Harkins, Jack Hartung, Kelly Baker, Scott Boyd, Dick Watt, Denny Aldridge, Pat Harkins, Bob Stanley, Linus Baer, Tommy Loeffler, Mike Rose, Eddie Vaughan, Terry Boothe, Coach Fred Akers, Coach Charley Shira. Back Row: Corby Robertson, Larry Townsend, Allan Robinson, Ste- phen Scott, Sandy Steinle, Jerry Pritchard, Jimmy Graham, Danny Abbott, Marvin Bendele, C. E. Riggs, Mike Reeves, Chris Smith, Barney Giles, Chad Dulaney, Manager Jay Ward, Coach Mike Campbell. $ l i 5 8 ! Mi J 4 r x fc A i second- diina- rvesxho 1941 rout fflsefor 5? 9 L. Texas 6. Texas 31. Texas 35. Texas 9. Texas 7. Texas 14. Texas 12. Texas 26 . Texas 13. Texas 22. Texas 19. .use .Texas Tech .Indiana . Oklahoma .Arkansas .Rice .SMU .Baylor .TCU .Texas A M . Mississippi 10 iid fat the Die w-yaid n point 7 - - m Above: Tri-captains Diron Talbert, Barney Giles, and John Elliott, awaited the coin toss before the Bluebonnet Bowl. Right: Head coach Darrell Royal and defensive line coach Charley Shira. LETTERMEN Danny Gene Abbott Dennis Craig Aldridge Linus Lee Baer Kelly Lynn Baker Wesley Barnes Hoyt Eugene Bledsoe Jr. William Calvin Bradley Joel Lynn Brame David Alexander Conway David Davis Leslie Alfred Derrick Fred Allen Edwards Darrell John Elliott Ragan Douglas Gennusa Kenneth Rayburn Gidney Earl Christopher Gilbert Barney Lewis Giles Howard Lynn Goad James Patrick Harkins James Carlton Helms Thomas William Higgins Charles Marion Holman Earl Dee Hudson David Jefferies Ronald Paul Landry Gregory Lawrence Lett D. H. Martin Jr. Clayton Douglas Monzingo Charles Owens Michael Warren Perrin Jerry Mac Pritchard Corbin James Robertson Michael Robuck Edward Clinton Small Christopher Kimble Smith Thomas Edward Souders Robert Floyd Stanley Barry Thurman Stone Diron Vester Talbert Loyd Dale Wainscott Jr. Richard Dennis Watt Andrew Benjamin White 3 - I K ' V w PASS-PUNT The season opened and ten sophomores began their varsity careers on a rainy, muggy afternoon in Austin against a big. uncompromising University of Southern California team which controlled the football for 25 minutes of the first half. Despite the ball control, USC was only able to score one touchdown and a field goal against a strong Texas defense. A pass interception on the Texas nine-yard line by Scooter Monzingo set up the only Longhorn score of the day. Texas ended the 91-yard march when Bill Bradley went over on a three-yard run. The attempted two-point conversion failed and the game went to the Trojans 10-6. The Texas offense blasted through the Ole Miss line for a total of 283 yards rushing. I J Texas Tech lost all hope for their first victory over Texas since their entry into the Southwest Conference when the Longhorns mustered all the promise they had shown for 1966 and trampled the Raiders 31-21. Within the first 13 seconds of the game, Texas had seven points on the Scoreboard on an 88-yard kickoff return by Greg Lott. In the second period, Bill Bradley set up a Texas field goal with an 80-yard quick kick which died on the Tech one-inch line. Forced to punt, Tech gave the Longhorns the ball and trailed 10-0 on a 37-yard field goal by David Conway. A fumble recovery by Bob Stanley set up another Texas touchdown in the second quarter, soon followed by a third when Ronnie Landry recovered a Tech onside kick, and Bradley passed to Tom Higgins eight plays later to bring the half-time score to 24-8. The second period opened with another rapid Texas touch- down following a fumble recovery by John Elliott. Bradley went over from the three-yard line for the last Texas score. . Left: A Bradley pass to split-end Ragan Gennusa netted first-down yardage against TCU. Below Left: Setting a new University record, David Conway kicked a 52-yard field goal in the TCU game. Below Right: Coach Royal observed practice from the new tower. Page 419 THE OFFENSE Scoring in every quarter, Texas combined four pass inter- ceptions, an adept substitute quarterback, and a staunch defense to crush Indiana 35-0. A 14-yard scamper by Jim Helms ended an 85-yard drive that began with a fumble recovery by Joel Brame. Second period scoring came on a 45-yard pass to Greg Lott, and Texas lost Bill Bradley on the Indiana attempt to prevent the play. Substitute quarterback Andy White took over for Bradley in the second half, tossing a six-yard pass to Lott for the only third quarter score. Going into the fourth quarter with a 21-0 advantage, White led the Longhorns to a fourth touchdown with Helms carrying for the final four yards. The final touchdown was set up when Barney Giles inter- cepted a pass on the Indiana 30-yard line. Chris Gilbert went over from the 15-yard line for the last six points, and David Conway added his fifth conversion of the evening. Above: Cutting through the middle of the Indiana line, Chris Gilbert racked up a first down. Right: Eluding an OU tackier, Chris Gilbert piled up yard- age towards his 1.2,31 yard season total, making him the third highest yardage-gainer in Texas football history. Left: Chris Gilbert soared over the Arkansas line. Below Left: Student managers helped Bill Bradley off the field after he suffered a knee injury in the Indiana game which slowed him for the rest of the season. Below Right: Initiating a drive against OU, Andy White handed off to Linus Baer. r The Oklahoma Sooners snapped the Texas eight year victory string by defeating the Longhorns 18-9 in the annual OU weekend classic. Texas ' first score was a 25-yard field goal by David Conway, but OU soon scored and never trailed again. Long- horn misfortunes began in the second half with continuously lost fumbles and numerous OU field goals a record four in one game. The Texas touchdown came in the final quarter with Andy White going over from the one-yard line. The attempted two-point conversion pass was deflected. THE DEFENSE Converting two recovered fumbles to field goals and a 49-yard punt return to six points, Arkansas edged Texas for the third straight year by less than a touchdown. The 12-7 decision reflected an intense defensive battle marked by 13 fumbles and four pass interceptions. Each team lost three fumbles and was intercepted twice, with Les Derrick and Fred Edwards pulling in the Texas inter- ceptions and Pat Harkins grabbing up the fumbles. Leading 7-6 at the half on a short plunge by Chris Gil- bert, second half scoring attempts by Texas proved futile. Bill Bradley ' s attempted touchdown pass from the Arkansas four-yard line was intercepted in the end zone, ending Texas ' best opportunity to score. Above: Texas ' defense proved particul- arly effective in the 19-0 defeat of the Ole Miss Rebels. Right: Despite determined Texas defensive efforts, Ar- kansas slipped by Texas, 12-7. A 90-yard touchdown run following the interception of a deflected Rice pass gave Texas tackle Mike Roebuck the Associated Press Lineman of the Week award, and headed Texas toward a 14-6 victory over the Owls. The Texas defense, led by Joel Brame, Barney Giles, Pat Harkins, and Diron Talbert, repeatedly rose on Rice scor- ing attempts to prevent the Owls from wrapping up more than one touchdown. The first Texas touchdown came on a one-yard scramble by Chris Gilbert, culminating a 66-yard drive. Above: Pat Harkins demonstrated fine defensive form earning him gold stars for fumble recoveries and pass interceptions throughout the season. Below: Engulfing an SMU Mustang are Fred Ed- wards, Joel Brame, Corby Robertson, and Mike Robuck. Page 423 OFFENSIVE DEFENSE Field goals told the story of the day as the Mustangs defeated the Longhorns 13-12. Scoring was identical for both teams one touchdown and two field goals but a missed Texas conversion and an SMU field goal with 18 seconds remaining put SMU on top. Texas opened 6-0 on a 74-yard run by Chris Gilbert on the third play from kickoff, and the rest of the first quar- ter turned into a punting duel. SMU scored in the second quarter, but a pass interception by Corby Robertson set up a Texas field goal and Texas led 9-7 at the half. Another three points by David Conway in the third quar- ter widened the Longhorn margin to 12-7. The Mustangs recovered a fumble on the Texas 44-yard line, moved to the 15-yard line, and added a field goal to their tally: Texas 12, SMU 10. Another fumble recovery gave SMU the game. With 2:45 left, Texas fumbled on the SMU 32-yard line and the Mus- tangs quickly marched to the Texas 22-yard line, kicked a field goal, and squeaked past the Longhorns by one point. Above Left: Working personally with the boys, Coach Shira developed a strong de- fensive line. Above Right: Linus Baer took advantage of a hole opened in the Indiana line by John Elliott and Howard Goad. Right: Denny Aldridge came in low and hard to break up a Baylor play. Le t: Defensive tackle Bob Stanley recovered a Tech fumble a Texas touchdown followed. Be- low Left: Long and tiring workouts prepared line- men for hard-hitting contact on the field. Below Right: Recognized by coaches as being in the right place at the right time was defensive end Corby Robertson. Chris Gilbert stepped into Longhorn record books by amassing 245 yards on 24 carries as Texas darkened Bay- lor ' s hopes for their first victory over a Royal-led team, 26-14. Gilbert opened with a 35-yard run, initiating a 72-yard drive that ended when Bill Bradley went over from the one-yard line. With Baylor leading 7-6 at the half, Texas opened the third quarter with an 11-play, 52-yard drive climaxed by Gilbert scoring from the two-yard line. Bradley ' s two-point conversion try failed. On the next Texas play, Gilbert broke left tackle and advanced 55 yards to the Baylor seven-yard line before being brought down. Bradley scored the six points on a five- yard sprint. Conway ' s kick made it 19-7. Baylor came back with a touchdown to threaten the Longhorn lead, but soon afterward, Texas took over on the Baylor 35-yard line. Gilbert grabbed a handoff and galloped 65 yards to the end zone to end the game 26-14. SATURDAY ' S HEROES Sparked by David Conway ' s record-breaking 52-yard field goal in the opening minutes of the game, the Longhorns marred TCU ' s homecoming by defeating the Frogs 13-3. A second period interception by Joel Brame opened the way for a Texas touchdown coming on a five-yard pass from Bill Bradley to Ed Small in the end zone, and leaving Texas leading 10-0 at the half. Texas defensive efforts prevented TCU from scoring their first touchdown in their home stadium this year. The Longhorns intercepted five TCU passes during the game: Brame led with two, while Fred Edwards, Corby Robertson, and Denny Aldridge each picked off one. Aldridge ' s interception .gave Texas their final score when he ran the ball back to the TCU 30-yard line. With 1:06 left in the game, Conway kicked the twenty-first field goal of his career, a 44-yarder, to seal the 13-3 victory over the Frogs. ( Above: Texas-USC, the first game of the season, was nationally televised. Center: Behind the blocking of Linus Baer, Andy White called signals for another gain by Chris Gilbert. Below: Truly one of Saturday ' s Heroes, Greg Lott brushed off the OU defense at the Dallas weekend classic. The Longhorns ended regular season play with their tenth straight victory over the Aggies, 22-14. Bill Bradley put Texas ' first six points on the Scoreboard when he went over from the six-yard line. David Conway ' s kick made the score 7-0. After an Aggie touchdown, Bradley lofted a 61-yard pass the longest pass play of the season to Tom Higgins to put Texas ahead 14-6. Conway added six more points with field goals of 30 and 27 yards. The Longhorn defense added the final two points when John Elliott and Mike Robuck downed the Aggie quar- terback in the end zone for a safety. Three pass interceptions by Fred Edwards, Pat Harkins, and Mike Perrin boosted the season total for interceptions to 19. A 6-4 season not the best Texas has had, but it forecast a bright future and left high hopes for the 1967 Longhorns. Above: Super Coach Royal reviewed game strategy with Super Bill Bradley at the Tech game. Below: Smashing through the Rebel line, Chris Gilbert claimed the second score in the Bluebonnet Bowl. Page 427 n MANAGERS AND TRAINERS Four men behind the scenes joined forces to keep the team physically-fit and well-equipped. In his twenty-first season with the Longhorns, trainer Frank Medina has intro- duced physiotherapy and diathermy into his training room to reduce the extent of team injuries and speed the return of players to the field. Working with Medina and his student trainers was the team physician, Dr. Stanley Casner, who saw that team members were healthy and physically-fit to play. Maintenance and transportation of uniforms and equip- ment was under the supervision of Jimmy Blaylock. Assisted by several volunteer student managers, Jay Ward, senior manager, saw that all equipment was on the field when needed. Junior managerial awards went to Joseph Harry Doenges, Richard McKean Spellman, and sophomore awards went to Jimmy Lee Ball, and William Glen Hall. Above Left: Before workout, Mike Robuck, Gene Bledsoe, and Ronnie Landry signed footballs for Jimmy Blaylock, equipment super- visor. Center: Frank Medina, head trainer, was prepared for every situation. Le t: Jay Ward, senior manager, lightened Coach Royal ' s tasks during games and practice sessions. Above Right: Dr. Stanley Casner, team physician, was ready at all games to help injured players. Page 428 m CROSS COUNTRY Texas cross country runners placed third in the 45th Southwest Conference Meet held at College Station in November, with Brian Woolsey taking fourth place in a field of 36 participants. Brian Woolsey earned the letterman ' s award, while reserve awards went to Rudolfo Perez Alaniz, Lee Martin Anderson, David Joseph Matina, Robert Keen O ' Bryan, Stephen Robert Shopoff, Kenneth Sunderland, and David Farnsworth Webb. Cross country coaches were Jack Patterson and Cleburne Price. Lejt: Letterman Brian Woolsey finished a successful season, placing fourth in Southwest Conference meet. Right: Coaches Patterson and Price discussed spring track season in Memorial Stadium. Front Row: Stephen Robert Shopoff, Rudolfo Perez Alaniz, Brian Reed Woolsey, Douglas Trent. Back Row: Coach Cleburne Price Jr., David Farnsworth Webb, Lee Martin Anderson, David Joseph Matina, Robert Allen Corson, Coach Jack Coleman Patterson. Page 429 Front Row: Coach Leon Black, Bobby Bradley, Billy Arnold, Mike Gammon, Larry Smith, Larry Lake, Coach Harold Bradley. Back Row: Michael O ' Shea, trainer; John Matzinger, Scotty Brown, Mike Lochner, Gary Overbeck, Noel Stout, 300 Club; Art Brender, manager. Not Pictured: Charles Turnbough, Bill Bogan. NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Texas 106 Texas Wesleyan 63 Texas 80 Mississippi Texas 114.. .... LSU 82 78 70 82 81 Texas 76 Oklahoma State Texas 85 Howard Payne Texas 93 Arizona State Texas 87 Iowa State 101 Texas 87 Montana State 91 Texas 89 Arizona State 88 Texas 74.. Massachusetts 85 LETTERMEN Billy Max Arnold Scotty Mac Brown Ernie Dale Dotson Michael Eugene Gammon Larry Keith Lake John Delmo Matzinger Gary Wayne Overbeck Larry Randall Smith Robert Noel Stout Charles Levi Turnbough RESERVE LETTERMEN Joe Billy Bogan Robert Lynn Bradley Michael Louis Lochner Tying for second-place honors in the Southwest Con- ference, The University of Texas basketball team estab- lished five major school records. Included in these season firsts were most points in a game, 114 against LSU; most field goals in a game, 53 against LSU; most field goals in a season. 749; most total points, 1,966; and best team over-all field goal percentage, .492. With every man on the roster scoring, the 1967 Long- horns whipped Texas Wesleyan, 106-63, in the opening game. Traveling to Oxford, Miss., the UT hoopsters were plagued by fouls in the second half, dropping a close one, 80-82, against Mississippi. Then on to Baton Rouge where the ' Horns dominated the game from start to finish and chalked up a record-breaking number of points to beat LSU, 114-78. Scoring 18 points in the first half, Scotty Brown led with a 20-point total. Back to Austin, and the ' Horns outscored the Oklahoma State Cowboys, 76-70. Noel Stout was the court ' s smoothest performer with 21 points. In a seesaw game against Howard Payne, the Longhorns came out on top, 85-82. with center Gary Overbeck leading the team with 16 points and 10 rebounds. During the Christmas holidays, the Orange and White team flew to Tempe, Ariz., for the Arizona State Tourna- ment where they won their opener against Arizona State, 93-81, but were outscored, 87-101, by their next opponent Iowa State. Next, the team journeyed to Oklahoma City for the All-College Tournament where they bowed to Montana State, 87-91, again beat Arizona State, 89-88, and lastly fell to Massachusetts, 74-85. Page 430 Billy Arnold outmaneuvered an SMU Mustang. 1967 VARSITY BASKETBALL In their first Southwest Conference game, Texas up- held a 50 per cent hitting consistency to breeze past Arkansas, 71-62. Continuing Conference play, the ' Horns outshot TCU 47.5 per cent to the Frogs ' 44.3 per cent, but were unable to pull into the lead, bowing out, 82-96. Noel Stout paced scorers with 23 points. Outscoring the Mustangs, 82-73, the Longhorns managed to hand SMU one of the Ponies ' two league losses. Play was tight with ten first half ties, and Coach Bradley called this game the team ' s " best defensive effort so far. " Another close contest against Texas Tech saw Gary Overbeck hit the final basket with two seconds remaining to defeat the Red Raiders, 70-68. The half-time show high- lighted this game with the presentation of the Southwest Conference Sportsmanship trophy to the University. After suffering a 59-68 loss to the Texas Aggies, the team finished mid-season with a 9-6 record. Texas 71 . Texas 82. Texas 82. Texas 70. Texas 59 . Texas 86 . Texas 81 . Texas 67 . Texas 81 . Texas 75 . Texas 78. Texas 72. Texas Texas 88. 83. CONFERENCE GAMES Arkansas 62 TCU 96 SMU 73 Texas Tech 68 Texas A M 68 Baylor 88 Rice 73 Arkansas 61 Rice 76 Baylor 101 Texas Tech 88 Texas A M 58 TCU 79 SMU 92 Left to Right: Tony Rylander, junior managerial award; Randy Hutson, sophomore managerial award; Louis Squyres, Michael O ' Shea, Art Brender, senior managerial award. Page 431 CAGERS POST 14-10 SEASON Top Right: Charlie Turnbough sank one for two points in the 82-73 victory over the Mustangs. Bottom: Good ball control enabled Billy Arnold to elude two SMU defenders. Page 432 Renewing Southwest Conference play after a two-week lay-off period during final exams, the Longhorns were edged by the Baylor Bears, 86-88, in Waco. Returning to Austin, Charlie Turnbough led the UT cattledrive with 17 points against the Rice Owls. The ' Horns hit 61.7 per cent from the floor to defeat Rice, 81-73. Jumping to a 12-1 lead at the game ' s outset, the Steers went on to slip past Arkansas, 67-61. High point laurels were awarded to Billy Arnold with 22 points, while defensive honors went to Charlie Turnbough, who grabbed off nine rebounds, the high for both teams. On Feb. 14, in one of the season ' s most exciting games, a would-be Valentine ' s Day Massacre nearly occurred as players and fans squared off at Rice Gym. Play finally resumed, and UT raced on to an 81-76 victory over the Owls. In a similarly spirited game, four technical fouls were called as the penalty-ridden Longhorns struggled, but failed, to catch up to the Baylor Bears who led, 101-75. Top: Scotty Brown boosted the score with a free throw in the 85-82 defeat of Howard Payne. Bottom Right: Out-jumping his Texas Wesleyan rival, Gary Overbeck headed the Longhorns toward another score. Page 433 HORNS TAKE SECOND IN SWC In the second Tech game of the season, the first half proved to be a run-and-shoot affair, and the second half seesawed with 13 lead changes resulting in 15 ties. How- ever, the Red Raider unity finally spelled an 88-78 Longhorn doom. With two games left, Texas ball-hawking defense shone and the Steers returned from the dressing room playing almost errorless ball in the second half to trounce Texas A M, 72-58. Hitting their highest score in league play this season, the Longhorns raced by TCU, 88-79. UT hoopsters turned on fast-break tactics in the second half and the Frogs collapsed. Having played their last game on the Gregory Gym hardwood, seniors Charlie Turnbough, Noel Stout, and Mike Gammon received standing ovations from the crowd. Fired by visions of victory in the first half, Longhorn spirit was dampened as the SMU Mustangs rallied to a 92-83 win in the final game of the season. For the tenth time this season, senior forward Noel Stout captured scoring honors with 21 points to increase his season total to 384 points. At the end of the 1967 basketball race, Texas posted a 14-10 record and a second-place tie for Conference honors. Top: In a close game against Texas Tech, 300 Clubber Noel Stout slipped one in to put Texas back in the lead. Bottom Left: Racing down court, sophomore Larry Smith positioned the ball for a Texas score. Top: Noel Stout went high for two as Gary Overbeck, Larry Smith, and Charley Turnbough stood by to assist. Bottom Left: Longhorn strategy and positioning enabled Noel Stout to drop in two points to add to his season total of 384. Bottom Right: Firm control of the ball as demonstrated by Larry Lake aided Longhorns in downing the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets. 1967 VARSITY SWIMMING Taking second in the Southwest Conference and winning five out of seven of the season ' s dual meets, Coach Henry Chapman ' s team set nine school records in the 1967 season. Longhorn swimmer Gary Langendoen set a new conference record in the 100-yard butterfly with 52.3 seconds. In dual meets this year the Longhorns defeated Eastern New Mexico University, Texas Tech, Arlington State, Rice, and Texas A M, and fell to OU and SMU. Longhorn swimmers also attended the NCAA Championships at Michi- gan State University in March, placing twentieth in a field of 66. Varsity lettermen were James Lyon Ahem, Steve S. Boss, Daniel Theodore Casey, Dana Allan Curtis, John Wesley Cardwell, Scott Cullers Duncan, and Kenneth Mark Karotkin. Also, Gary Lee Langendoen, Kenneth Robert Richardson, Richard Foley Santamaria, Gregory Wilkens Thompson, Gregg Cooper Waddill. Joseph Everett West, and Charles Joseph Worrel. Reserve letters went to Richard Topping Ake, Charles Joseph Collins, Bruce Edward Larson, Paul Edward Meyer, Lawrence Rodney Rodgers, and John Lowell Stiles. The sophomore managerial award went to John Goodpasture. Top: Lunging for a vital quick start, Dana Curtis practiced his racing dive. Center: Distance swimmer Steve Boss stressed endurance in condi- tioning for the Southwest Conference meet. Below: Gary Langendoen set a new Southwest Conference record in the 100-yard butterfly event with a time of 52.3. Left: Scott Duncan exhibited diving form that consistently placed him at the top in dual-meet competition. Right: The Arlington State Meet enabled backgtroker Joe West to test his abilities against opponents. Below: Front Row: Paul Meyer, Scott Duncan, Trey Collins. Second Row: Coach Henry Chapman, Dana Curtis, Gregg Waddill, Captain Greg Thompson, Gary Langendoen, John Cardwell, Manager John Goodpasture. Back Row: Jim Ahern, Chuck Worrel, Kenny Karotkin, Larry Rodgers, Dick Ake, Joe West, Steve Boss, John Stiles. !j 41 1967 VARSITY TRACK Breaking one school record, placing fourth in the South- west Conference, hosting a star-studded Texas Relays, and performing well, but facing stiff competition that was the 1967 track season. The Longhorns opened their season with a second-place finish in the University of Houston meet, when Texas took four field events and the distance medley relay. First place score winners were Bill Elliott in the broad jump, Mark King in the pole vault, Toby Belt in the shot put, Barry Noble in the high jump, and the distance medley relay team of Rudy Alaniz, Lee Anderson, David Webb, and Brian Woolsey. LETTERMEN Rudolfo Perez Alaniz Lee Martin Anderson Walter Edwin Belt Herman Edward Canada Charles W. Clifton Louis Jay Cohen Thomas Wheeler Cook William Marion Elliott Mark King David Joseph Matina James Horatio Means Barry Lee Noble Robert Keene O ' Bryan Amos Lonnie Schiller David Farnsworth Webb Brian Woolsey RESERVE LETTERMEN David William Childress John Vincent Elick Jimmy V. Gillham Donald Ray Parkhurst MANAGERIAL AWARDS Philip Fleckman, Senior Donald Frank Goldman, Junior Paul Hyman, Sophomore On the right, Jack Patterson, head coach and on the left is Cleburne Price, assistant coach. i front Row: Manager David Inman, Brian Woolsey, David Webb, Don Parkhurst, Rudy Alaniz, James Means, John Elick, Manager Don Goldman. Second Row: Doug Trent, George Ulrich, L. J. Cohen, Craig Zurkey, Charles Clifton, David Matina, Lee Anderson, Bill Elliott, Manager Paul Hyman. Back Row: Trainer Ken Murray, Denton Folkes, Jimmy Gillham, David Childress, Lonnie Schiller, Bob O ' Bryan, Barry Noble, Tom Cook, Toby Belt, Mark King, Eddie Canada. Page 438 Texas high jumper Barry Noble barely missed 6 ' 9 " but took a first-place award at 6 ' 7 " . I Another second-place standing occurred as the Longhorns performed in the Texas-Rice-Texas A M triangular meet in Austin. Brian Woolsey took first place in both the mile and three-mile runs. In the broad jump, Texas captured first and second place when Charles Clifton and Bill Elliott both exceeded 24 feet. Mark King topped the meet record with a 16 ' 14 " pole vault for first place; John Elick took second in the javelin; and Toby Belt placed second in the shot put and third in discus. Barry Noble took the high jump with a 6 ' 4 " leap. Traveling to Laredo for the Border Olympics, Longhorn trackmen finished fifth behind Rice, Houston, Baylor, and Texas A M. Mark King added another new record with a 15 ' 8 " pole vault. Taking first place in the broad jump, Bill Elliott added to Texas ' 28 point total, as did third places by John Elick in the javelin, Barry Noble in the high jump, and the mile relay team of Rudy Alaniz, L. J. Cohen, Eddie Canada, and Bob O ' Bryan. The West Texas Relays in Odessa saw Texas finish third behind Abilene Christian College and Baylor. Toby Belt took the lone Longhorn first place with his shot put of 53 ' 8 2 " . Second place scores were added by high jumper Barry Noble, broad jumper Charles Clifton, and distance medley relay runners Eddie Canada, Rudy Alaniz, David Webb, and Brian Woolsey. The mile relay team finished third, posting a new season best, a 3:14.1. Tying Baylor for third in the Corpus Christi Invitational, Texas runners again posted several new season bests and one new record. Charles Clifton broke the broad jump record with a leap of 23 ' 6 l 2 " . Mark King added points with his second place in the pole vault. Broad jumper Bill Elliott placed second in Texas-Rice-Texas A M meet behind Longhorn Charles Clifton. Page 439 TEXAS RELAYS ATTRACTED 1,300 VARSITY ATHLETES Fifty-six points placed Texas second behind Abilene Christian College in the Texas-ACC-Rice triangular meet in Abilene. Shot-putter Toby Belt brought in one first place with a toss of 54 ' 1% " . Other first place scores were added by Charles Clifton in the broad -jump, Mark King in the pole vault, Barry Noble in the high jump, and David Matina in the 880 run. The mile relay team of David Matina, L. J. Cohen, Bob O ' Bryan, and Eddie Canada ran the third fastest mile relay in school history with a 3:09.4, finishing third. Sprinters Jimmy Gillham, Lonnie Schiller, James Means, and L. J. Cohen took third in the 440 baton race with a 41.5 behind a winning time of 40.6. James Means added a second place in the 100-yard dash. Four world record holders and nearly 1,300 athletes re- ported to Austin for the Texas Relays Mar. 31-April 1. Thirteen over-all new records were set, highlighted by Kansas ' world record sprint medley relay clocking of 3:15.2. Jim Ryun, world record holder in the mile, anchored the team. Left: Distance runner Brian Woolsey captured first place in the mile and three-mile events of the Texas-Rice-Texas A M meet. Above Right: Pole vaulter Mark King broke a Texas Relays ' record with a 16 2% " vault. Above: Varsity team captains were Toby Belt, Mark King, and Bob O ' Bryan, from left to right. Page 440 Below: Preparing for future meets, Adrian Gentry worked on his shot put control and form. Below Left: Freshmen Clyde Baylor and Skip Archer entered the 120 high hurdles. Above Left: Bob O ' Bryan took the hand-off from Rudy Alaniz in the two-mile relay event at the Texas Relays. Records also fell in the shot put, discus, pole vault, high hurdles, and long jump. Longhorn Mark King turned in his best pole vault of the season, a 16 ' 2% " , to break the Relays record, but saw his new record broken minutes later by Fred Burton of Wichita State with a 16 ' 9% " . Bill Elliott took third in the broad jump, as did the sprint medley relay team of L. J. Cohen, Lonnie Schiller, Bob O ' Bryan, and David Matina, posting less than a second above the old school record of 3.19.5. John Elick tossed the javelin for a second place. Running the two-mile relay for the first time this year, David ' Webb, David Matina, Rudy Alaniz, and Bob O ' Bryan took a second with a 7:33.4, behind winning Missouri. Page 441 LONGHORNS CAPTURED FOURTH IN S. W. CONFERENCE MEET Right: Texas-ex Richard Romo won first place in the Jerry Thompson Invitational mile at the Texas Relays. Left: Freshmen John Robertson, Mike Mosley, and Jack Wise swept first, second, and third places respectively in the 880-yard event. Below: Poised for action, trackmen readied themselves for a triangular meet event. Page 442 Below: Contestants started the intermediate hurd- les at a triangular meet early in the season. Below Right: Officials prepared for the second day of the annual Texas Relays. After being rained out at Rice, the Longhorns traveled to Lawrence, Kan., for the Kansas Relays. The two-mile team of David Webb, Bob O ' Bryan, Rudy Alaniz, and David Matina won first place with a 7:25.6 clocking. Post- ing the third fastest time in school history, the mile relay team of David Matina, L. J. Cohen, Bob O ' Bryan, and Eddie Canada won third place with a 3:09.3, as Toby Belt placed second with a career best shot of 56 ' 4 1 4 " . Another seasonal best in the 880 relay put James Means, Lonnie Schiller, L. J. Cohen, and Eddie Canada in third place. Again traveling out of state, the varsity trackmen placed in five baton events at the Drake Relays held in Des Moines, Iowa. The Longhorns finished second in the 880 relay with a 1:25.9 and third in the 440 and mile relays with a 41.1 and 3:10.1 respectively. Fourth and fifth places came in the two-mile and sprint medley relay. The 1967 track season closed with the Southwest Con- ference meet in Dallas as Texas took fourth place with 36 points and two first place titles. Successfully defending his championship, Mark King surpassed competition with a 15 ' 4 " pole vault. The other Texas first place was brought in by Charles Clifton with a 23 ' 8% " long jump, with Bill Elliott adding a second place score in the same event. In the 880 run, Rudy Alaniz and David Matina took second and third respectively. Sporting promising sophomores from this year ' s freshman team, good returning lettermen, and only losing five varsity men to graduation, the outlook for track in 1968 is bright. Ted Gorski approached the net to slam one back at his opponent. 1967 VARSITY TENNIS Losing their first Southwest Conference match to Baylor, the Longhorn tennis team ended the season by edging the Bears by one point for the SWC title. After the 2-4 loss to Baylor, the Longhorns, coached by Wilmer Allison in his eleventh year at Texas, the Longhorns went on to defeat SMU 6-pi TCU 6-0, A M 5-1, Rice 3-3, and Texas Tech 6-0. Senior Ted Gorski placed second in the individual SWC tourney. Tennis lettermen were Bobby Brooks Connell, William Dan Driscoll, Larry Eichenbaum, Theodore Paul Gorski Jr., Leo Oscar LaBorde Jr., James Michael Liddle, and David Walter Nelson. A reserve award went to William Curtis Raschke. Thomas Thomas received the senior managerial award. Front Row: Manager Thomas Thomas, Bill Marshall, Mike Liddle, Larry Eichenbaum. Back Row: David Nelson, Bobby Connell, Bill Raschke, Leo LaBorde, Ted Gorski Jr. Page 444 Top: Larry Eichenbaum moved into a backhand to stymie opponent. Bottom Left: Ted Gorski, who captured second place in the SWC, concentrated on a close shot. Bottom Right: Studying opponent ' s moves, Mike Liddle readied for a backhand shot. Page 445 David Patrick Brown Allan John Clements Gary Alvin Gressett James Frederick Hunt Donald Mack Johnson John Earl McBride Thomas Edward Moore George Henry Nauert James Robert Raup Samuel James Scheschuk Eugene Kelly Scott Robert Charles Snoddy Minton Lee White 1967 VARSITY BASEBALL RESERVE LETTERMEN Anderson Heath Bracht Douglas Kirk Fell George Irwin Thurman MANAGERIAL AWARD Gordon Lakey, Senior Top: Onlooker Billy Vick watched as opponent made a strike at the ball. Middle: All-conference pitcher and most valuable player Tom- my Moore showed hitting strength. Bottom: All-conference left field- er Pat Brown strided toward first on one of his three hits against TLC. Page 446 4 With the Southwest Conference title, five players on the Associated Press All-Southwest Conference team, the SWC Batting Champion, and the last season for a man ' who had coached at Texas for 25 years, and won 476 out of 652 games, the Texas baseball team closed the season with a 16-9 record. The Longhorns began what proved to be one of their finest baseball seasons with a 5-1 loss in the first game of a double-header with the Sam Houston State Bearkats. With Texas winning the second game 3-0, Jimmy Hunt, Bob Snoddy, and Don Johnson led the hitters, and Gary Gressett pitched a three-hit shutout. Texas continued its winning ways as it swept a three- game series from Oklahoma. The Friday double-header fea- tured sloppy fielding on OU ' s part and Minton White ' s first home run of the season as the Sooners fell 8-4 and 7-6. Gary Gressett won his second game of the season in the Saturday contest with the ' Horns triumphing 7-4. The fourth inning was the big one for Texas with hits from White, Kelly Scott, Pat Brown, George Nauert, and Don Johnson. Texas won its fifth straight when traditional rival Texas Lutheran College came to town. Home runs by George Nauert and Minton White, and a three for three day by Pat Brown paced the offense for the Steers, while Tommy Moore pitched seven innings of a shutout. The final score was 7-2. Top: Shortstop Jimmy Hunt takes a cut as aerial view zeros in on home plate. Bottom: Front George Thurman, Jimmy Hunt, Manager Gordon Lakey, Dennis Enderland, Don Johnson, James Scheschuk, Kent Roberts. Middle: Doug Fell, Jimmy Raup, Gary Gressett, Eddie Vaughn, Mike Peebles, Andy Bracht, Kelly Scott, Trainer Terry Hale. Back: Coach Bibb Falk, Allan Clements, Minton White, Assistant Coach Dick Smith, Bob Snoddy, George Nauert, Pat Brown, John McBride, Tommy Moore. Page 447 The camera peeks through the Clark Field key hole and snares action in the Minnesota game. Beginning a string of non-conference losses for Texas, the Minnesota Gophers swept a series at Clark Field. The strong Minnesota club banged out 15 hits in the first game as the Steers fell 7-5. A ninth inning rally left the Longhorns still a run short as the Gophers handed Bibb Falk ' s men their third non-conference loss 7-6 in the second game. The Horns col- lected 11 hits to Minnesota ' s 9. Eight of 13 runs scored in the Longhorn ' s 7-6 loss to the St. Mary ' s Rattlers were unearned as both teams suffered an unusual number of errors. Bob Snoddy, with three hits, and George Nauert, with two, paced Texas hitters. The Steers tied the score in the bottom of the eighth, only to see St. Mary ' s take advantage of a fielding miscue in the ninth to score the winning run. An exciting pitcher ' s duel in the 7-0 defeat of Wisconsin was destroyed in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Steers exploded for five hits and four runs. Gary Gressett collected his third victory, and also enjoyed a two for four performance at bat. Also leading the hitters were George Nauert and James Scheschuk, with two hits apiece. HORNS TAKE SWC Traveling to Houston, Texas opened SWC play against Rice. The pre-season favorite Owls looked like winners as they edged the Horns 3-2. Gary Gressett, Minton White, and Bob Snoddy delivered two hits each. Evening their conference record to 1-1, the ' Horns shut- out the Aggies 5-0 behind the steady pitching of Tommy Moore. Bob Snoddy, Kelly Scott, George Nauert, and Minton White led Texas hitters. Nauert hit a tremendous 375-foot shot to the top of the Clark Field hill for an inside-the-park home run in the second inning. Sailing a 350-foot home run over the left field fence in the sixth inning, White also rounded the bases. Collecting three of Texas ' five hits with a single, double, and solo home run, Jimmy Hunt was unable to help sustain the ' Horns as they fell to SMU 5-3. Starting its SWC momentum rolling with a 9-2 victory over Baylor, Texas demonstrated its hitting power as Pat Brown belted two home runs over the fence, one in the third inning with two men on, and one in the fifth with no team- mates aboard. Tommy Moore allowed the Bears only four hits in picking up his fourth victory with no defeats. Top: All-SWC first baseman Bob Snoddy made the big stretch. Middle: Centerfielder Kelly Scott slid safely into third against Sam Houston State. Bottom: A side of the Longhorn baseball team seldom seen by fans the practice session. Top: Coach Bibb Falk made one of many decisions that eventually led the Longhorns to a Southwest Conference co-championship, his twentieth in 25 years. Right: Bob Snoddy exemplified form which won him the SWC batting crown. STAUNCH TEXAS NINE POSTS 16-9 SEASON The Longhorns continued to flex their hitting muscles against the Baylor Bears during the spring break. Texas moved to the SWC lead by defeating the Bears 12-0 and 11-7, collecting five home runs in the first contest and four consecutive ones in the second to erase a 10-year-old record. Texas led 6-4 when the bombardment began in the seventh inning with Kelly Scott, Pat Brown, Bob Snoddy, and James Scheschuk each blasting one out of the park. Further securing its position on top of the SWC with a two-game sweep of the Rice Owls, Texas won the first con- test by a 2-1 margin, as pitcher Tommy Moore allowed only five scattered hits. Gary Gressett was the winner in the sec- ond game, taking it 4-1. Pat Brown led Texas hitters with a perfect day of four hits, and Kelly Scott powered a pitch over the right field fence. Following a 1-0 shutout in the first round of play with TCU, league-leading Texas was one game ahead of the second-place Frogs when the second round series began. The standings were identical when the Frogs left town, with Texas winning the first come-from-behind thriller 7-4, and TCU downing the ' Horns 5-3 in 10 ' innings in the second game. Page 450 The ' Horns traveled to Dallas for a crucial two-game series, with SMU ' s Mike Livingston again proving to be the Steers ' nemesis as he struck out 15 Texas batters in the first game. The second contest was a different story as the Longhorns came through with six runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Ponies 10-2. All of the Longhorns gained hits, as Gary Gressett pitched a five-hitter. As so often has happened in the past, the final Texas- Texas A M series determined the conference champion. The Longhorns needed a sweep to win the conference out- right and a split to share the championship. Handing the Steers a 6-1 loss in the first contest, the Aggies could muster only three scattered hits in the second. Texas hitters were led by Don Johnson, Kelly Scott, and Bob Snoddy. Snoddy, who contributed four hits in nine times at bat in the weekend series raised his average to .397, making him SWC Batting Champion. The win gave Texas a co-champion- ship with TCU and the title by virtue of two victories over the Frogs. Opening a best-of-three series with the University of, Houston for the NCAA District 6 title, Texas fell 11-8. Re- covering in the second game, Texas downed Houston 5-1 behind Tommy Moore ' s pitching and a homer by George Nauert, but fortune reversed itself and Texas bowed to the Cougars 4-3 in the third game when Houston staged a four- run rally in the ninth inning. Ending with a 17-11 season, Longhorn baseballers gave Coach Bibb Falk his twentieth conference championship in his last year as UT baseball coach. Top: Jim Hunt received a warm welcome after slamming a well- needed home run. Lejt: Season ' s most valuable player Tommy Moore worked in the early season, as pitcher Eddie Vaughan and manager Gordon Lakey watched during practice. Page 451 1967 VARSITY GOLF Beginning the season slowly, Longhorn golfers crushed their last three opponents to tie Baylor for second in the Southwest Conference. Coached by George Hannon, three players placed in the SWC Individuals meet. Sophomores Chip Stewart, Rik Massengale, and Buddy Hamilton took second, fourth, and fifth places respectively. Texas golfers defeated Arkansas 3y 2 -2y 2 , A M 4-2, SMU 6-0, and Rice 5-1. Tying Texas Tech 3-3, Texas lost to TCU 2y 2 -3y and Baylor 1-5. Letters in golf went to George Mason Adkins, Dee S. Finley, William Buddy Hamilton, James Mike Holbrook, Rik Gregg Massengale, Jerome Duncan Smith, and Earl Richard Stewart III. T ' ' . ' Kneeling: Rik Massengale, Mike Holbrook, Captain Mason Adkins, Bruce Miller, Chip Stewart. Standing: Jerry Smith, Dee Finley, Marshall Parker, Bobby Seaholm, Buddy Hamilton. Top: Most valu- able player Chip Stewart observed as Rik Massengale lined up shot. Bottom: Coach George Hannon, also pro at Morris Williams Munici- pal Course, checked equipment. T ASSOCIATION G. Mason Adkins James L. Ahern Rudolfo P. Alaniz Lee M. Anderson Ronald D. Bandy John W. Barnes Charles R. Barnhill Merwin G. Beavers Walter E. Belt George M. Berry James A. Besselraan Forrest P. Boyd Clarence V. Bray Arthur J. Brender D. Patrick Brown Scotty M. Brown H. Edward Canada John W. Cardwell Richard W. Chowning Allan J. Clements Charles W. Clifton Louis J. Cohen Bobby B. Connell David A. Conway Thomas W. Cook Dana A. Curtis Donald M. Dalton William E. Denman Leslie A. Derrick Ernie Dale Dotson Fred A. Edwards Ronald L. Ehrig Larry Eichenbaum William M. Elliott Dee S. Finley Philip H. Fleckman Peter K. Gallaher Barney L. Giles James M. Hamilton Kristin I. Hansen Thomas Harper James C. Helms James M. Holbrook Charles M. Holbrook Jack L. Howe James F. Hunt Robert C. Ittner Kenneth M. Karotkin Tommy D. Keene Mark P. King Larry K. Lake Pete S. Lammons James C. Langdon James M. Liddle Gregory L. Lott Paul A. Mamaliga Thomas C. Mankin D. H. Martin Rik G. Massengale David J. Matina John D. Matzinger Richard D. Mauldin John E. McBride Bruce P. Miller Thomas E. Moore George H. Nauert Barry L. Noble Knox D. Nunnally Gary W. Overbeck Keith Q. Owen Jerry M. Pritchard James R. Raup Michael Robuck Richard F. Santamaria A. Lonnie Schiller Eugene K. Scott Gerald W. Segrest Jerome D. Smith Larry R. Smith Robert C. Snoddy Thomas A. Stockton Bill Sullivan Kenneth Sunderland Charles D. Talbert Diron V. Talbert Thomas R. Thomas Charles L. Turnbough Jay C. Ward Joseph E. West Minton White Reginald G. Young An organization of the lettermen from all varsity sports, T Association also includes senior managers of each sport and intramurals. Athletes receive a letter after participating a prescribed number of minutes and fulfilling certain re- quirements for their individual sport. Minton White served as president and Gene Bledsoe as vice-president. Beginning in the spring, nine boys from the football team were elected by their teammates as a Football Council to further and facilitate relations between the team and the coaching staff. The council is composed of seniors Linus Baer, Joel Brame, and Ed Small; juniors Chris Gilbert, Mike Perrin. and Corby Robertson; and sophomores Ted Koy, Joe Norwood, and James Street. Top Row: Linus Baer, Joel Brame, Chris Gilbert, Ted Koy, Joe Norwood. Bottom Row: Mike Perrin, Corby Robertson, Ed Small, James Street. FOOT- BALL COUNCIL Top Row: Danny Abbott, Denny Aldridge, Billy Arnold, Kelly Baker, Gene Bledsoe, Steve Boss, Bill Bradley, Daniel Casey, Tom Cunning- ham, David Davis, Bill Driscoll. Second Row: Scott Duncan, John Elliott, Mike Gammon, Ragan Gennusa, Ken Gidney, Howard Goad, Ted Gorski, Gary Gressett, Pat Harkins, Tom Higgins, Earl Hudson. Third Row: David Jeffries, Don Johnson, Leo La Horde. Gordon Lakey, Ronnie Landry, Gary Langendoen, Bill Marshall, Mike Mc- Kinlay, James Means, Scooter Monzingo, David Nelson. Fourth Row: Bob O ' Bryan, Chachie Owens, Don Parkhurst, John Perry, Kenneth Richardson, James Scheschuk, Steve Shopoff, Chris Smith, Tommy Spuders, Bob Stanley, Barry Stone. Fifth Row: Noel Stout, Joe Street, Bill Strong, Greg Thompson, Gregg Waddill, Loyd Wainscott, Dick Watt, David Webb, Andy White, Brian Woolsey, Chuck Worrel. Page 453 H, Hi VARSITY FOOTBALL TEXAS ' TEAM STATISTICS BY GAMES First Yards Yards Passes Punts Passes Fumbles Yards Total Opponent Downs Rushing Passing Comp.-Att. Int. by Lost Pen. Offense use 15 23 167 167 55 178 4-12 16-29 3 46.3-3 38.3 1 1 2 0 29 52 222 345 Texas Tech 16 20 210 148 38 225 5- 6 16-37 8 42.6-6 39.8 1 0 1 2 52 40 248 373 Indiana 22 15 223 87 158 181 10-15 20-31 4 40.3-5 35.0 4 1 o i 20 25 381 268 Oklahoma 16 15 142 131 125 220 9-22 12-21 4 38.5-4 39.2 0 2 3 2 10 55 267 351 Arkansas 16 10 42 154 134 93 9-18 6-11 5 39.6-4 41.5 2 2 3 3 15 58 176 247 Rice 13 18 215 291 53 12 7-14 3-17 6 42.5-5 41.0 2 2 1 1 55 30 268 303 SMU 10 13 218 205 66 68 4-1 1 7-14 6 44.8-8 40.3 1 1 2 0 20 20 284 273 Baylor 18 13 341 76 59 188 5- 8 25-36 4 393-6 44.3 0 1 2 2 45 55 400 264 TCU 10 15 170 33 44 182 4-10 17-38 7 45.8-8 40.5 5 1 3 0 45 13 214 215 Texas A M 16 14 244 87 61 145 1- 4 12-24 6 39.2-5 41.4 3 1 1 1 65 42 305 232 Mississippi 19 7 283 143 95 65 5-17 10-26 3 42.0-7 28.4 4 4 3 0 34 84 378 208 G FIELD GOALS Md. Alt. Pet. FREE THROWS Md. Alt. Pet. REBOUNDS No. Avg. FOULS No. Disq. POINTS Md. Avg. HIGH GAME 24 136 250 .544 112 142 .789 131 5.5 51 1 384 16.0 23 24 102 201 .507 71 108 .657 123 5.1 93 10 275 115 24 19 104 228 .456 61 85 .718 49 2.6 54 2 269 14.2 23 24 105 190 553 37 71 526 203 8.5 69 4 247 10.3 20 24 62 131 .473 46 68 .676 85 35 75 4 170 7.1 17 22 62 149 .416 39 50 .780 56 2.5 48 2 163 7.4 17 21 57 108 .528 22 46 .478 42 2.0 42 136 6.5 13 23 39 76 513 40 56 .714 85 3.7 49 1 118 5.1 20 15 9 21 .429 6 9 .667 12 0.8 15 24 1.6 6 9 9 15 .600 2 4 .500 18 2.0 7 20 2.2 9 4 3 4 .750 3 5 .600 3 0.8 5 9 2.3 4 6 2 7 .286 3 6 500 2 0.3 8 7 1.2 3 Noel Stout Charley Turnbough Billy Arnold Gary Overbeck Larry Lake Mike Gammon Larry Smith Scotty Brown John Matzinger Mike Lochner Bill Began Bobby Bradley VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS 1966-67 SEASON AT A GLANCE VARSITY SWIMMING CONFERENCE MEET RESULTS SMU 66?y 2 Texas 409 Texas Tech 394 Texas A M 159V 2 Arkansas 74 Rice 70 TCU . 46 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE SUMMARY RICHARD AKE sixth 1650 freestyle STEVE BOSS fourth 200 individual medley second 400 individual medley second 1650 freestyle DAN CASEY sixth 100 freestyle DANA CURTIS second 500 freestyle third 200 freestyle first 1650 freestyle SCOTT DUNCAN third one-meter diving second three-meter diving KENNY KAROTKIN fifth 100 breaststroke GARY LANGENDOEN third 500 freestyle second 200 butterfly first 100 butterfly PAUL MEYER sixth one-meter diving sixth three-meter diving RICHARD SANTAMARIA sixth 200 freestyle GREG THOMPSON fourth 200 freestyle JOE WEST sixth 100 backstroke sixth 200 backstroke CHUCK WORREL fourth 50 freestyle second 100 backstroke fourth 100 freestyle conference record Page 455 VARSITY TRACK TEXAS RELAYS UNIVERSITY-COLLEGE DIVISION Outstanding Team : Texas Southern Outstanding Performer: Randy Matson, Texas A M EVENT WINNER MARK Javelin Delmon McNabb, LSU 250-0 440- Yard Hurdles Val Schierling, Emporia State 51.7 Discus Randy Matson, Texas A M 201-1 Distance Medley Relay . . .Abilene Christian College 9:45.0 Sprint Medley Relay Kansas 3:15.2 Three-Mile Run Chris McCubbins, Okla. State . . . 13:38.7 880-Yard Relay Rice 1:23.5 Long Jump Gary Ard, Kansas 24-10 One-Mile Run Bob Camien, Emporia State 4:09.9 Four-Mile Relay Kansas 16:45.4 120-Yard High Hurdles . . Arnaldo Bristol, Texas Southern . . 13.8 100-Yard Dash Jim Hines, Texas Southern 9.4 Pole Vault Fred Burton, Wichita 1 State 16-9y 2 Two-Mile Relay Missouri 7:32.8 Shot Put Randy Matson, Texas A M 68-8 High Jump Steve Herndon, Missouri 7-0 440- Yard Relay Oklahoma 40.3 One-Mile Relay Ri ce 3:08.2 New Texas Relays Record Ties Texas Relays Record Betters Existing World Record SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET Rice 60 Baylor 52 Texas A M 38 Texas 36 SMU 34 Texas Tech 30 Arkansas 13 TCU . 7 EVENT WINNER MARK 440- Yard Relay Texas Tech 40.7 One-Mile Run Leroy Storbeck, SMU 4:15.5 440-Yard Dash John Moss, Rice 47.0 100- Yard Dash Dale Bernauer, Rice 9.9 120- Yard High Hurdles Jimmy Wilkerson, Rice 14.5 880- Yard Run Bige Wray, Arkansas 1:51.1 220-Yard Dash Conley Brown, Rice 21.1 440- Yard Hurdles Jerry Utecht, SMU 52.1 One-Mile Relay Rice 3:08.6 Shot Put Randy Matson, Texas A M . . 68-2V 2 High Jump Robert Nees, TCU 6-10 Pole Vault Mark King, Texas 15-4 Broad Jump Charles Clifton, Texas 23-8% Javelin Ricki Jacobs, Rice 222-11 Discus Randy Matson, Texas A M . . 189-11 VARSITY BASEBALL VARSITY FULL SEASON BATTING STATISTICS: PLAYER, POSITION Bob Snoddy, Ib Pat Brown, If George Nauert, rf Don Johnson, 2b Kelly Scott, cf Minton White, 3b James Scheschuk, c Jimmy Hunt, ss Bill Vick, ph Eddie Vaughan, p Doug Fell, of John McBride, of Gary Gressett, p Tommy Moore, p George Thurman, c Andy Bracht, ss Al Clements, p-inf Kent Roberts, p Dennis Enderlin, p Roy Bechtol, ph Steve Warren, ph Jimmy Raup, p Dennis Kasper, ph TOTALS OPPONENTS PITCHING RECORDS: PITCHER w-1 Tommy Moore 8-0 Gary Gressett 6-4 Kent Roberts 1-0 Al Clements 1-2 Minton White 0-2 Tom Cotner 0-1 Mike Peebles 0-0 Jimmy Raup 0-0 Dennis Enderlin 0-0 Eddie Vaughan 0-0 TOTALS 16-9 OPPONENTS 9-16 ab r h rbi avg. po a e avg. 2b 3h hr tb bb so hb sb 87 14 30 21 .345 238 13 3 .988 8 1 1 43 7 17 87 18 29 18 .333 35 7 2 .955 4 1 3 44 10 14 1 8 75 11 23 18 .307 31 3 1.000 3 2 5 45 11 14 103 16 31 12 .301 63 64 5 .962 6 2 43 9 11 2 87 18 26 10 .299 50 2 1.000 7 4 45 8 11 103 16 28 14 .272 23 70 12 .886 6 4 46 7 12 1 75 10 20 11 .267 147 11 2 .988 5 1 2 33 10 6 2 68 12 12 5 .177 27 68 10 .905 3 1 1 20 14 19 1 1 4 2 2 2 .500 .000 1 3 1 2 1 .500 1 2 1 .750 1 2 10 3 3 1 .300 3 1 .750 1 4 2 13 1 3 1 .231 2 1.000 3 3 4 37 4 7 3 .189 5 19 2 .923 2 9 1 3 34 4 6 2 .177 4 12 1 .941 2 8 1 6 6 1 1 .167 4 1 1.000 1 16 2 2 .125 6 15 3 .875 1 3 1 4 10 1 1 .100 3 14 1 .944 1 4 3 .000 1 1 2 .500 1 .000 1 1.000 1 .000 .000 1 1 .000 .000 1 4 1 .000 2 1 1.000 2 4 .000 .000 828 133 225 119 .272 645 304 45 .955 50 6 22 353 87 130 6 10 811 81 193 68 .237 623 243 47 .949 35 1 8 254 87 142 5 9 e.r.a. 1.84 1.60 2.25 3.68 1157 21.60 0.00 2.08 3.38 6.14 2.47 4.46 g 12 10 3 5 2 1 2 8 3 3 25 25 eg 4 7 11 12 83 76% 4 7% 7 1% 3 17% 8 7% 215 207% ab 300 282 15 31 33 10 10 66 32 32 811 828 h r-er 62 24-17 59 22-13 4 3-1 9 4-3 13 9-9 5 44 2 0-0 20 4-4 9 5-3 10 6-5 193 81-59 225 133-103 bb 28 25 4 4 8 2 3 1 6 6 87 87 so 69 40 4 3 4 9 7 6 142 130 hb 1 1 1 1 1 5 6 wp 4 1 5 11 std. 11 10 2 1 1 25 25 games rel. 1 3 5 1 2 7 3 2 14 13 Page 456 ..- ' .- - - " Mfc. tJmM$ . - K- Ie t o fligAt: Sheryl White, Lee Walker, Mary Blackwell, Tommy Neyland, Kathy Shaw, Jim Guleke, Elizabeth Holmes. Not pictured: Curt Young. FRESHMAN SPORTS FOOTBALL TRACK CROSS COUNTRY GOLF SWIMMING TENNIS BASKETBALL BASEBALL Page 457 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Amassing 84 points and allowing opponents 58, the Shorthorns won four games and tied one in the 1966 season. Stressing a ground game, the freshmen gained three more yards by rushing than opponents did on total offense. Short- horn defense was also tough on 17 occasions, they stopped opponent drives inside the 35-yard line. Pat Sheehan led in scoring, times carried, and rushing yardage, with Rick Sable taking top punter honors. James Street was the Shorthorns ' best passer, and Robbie Patman was credited with the most pass receptions. Glen Halsell led in defense with three interceptions. Coach Ellington and Joe Norwood discussed strategy during the Shorthorn-Baylor Cub game. Front: Chris Young, Tim Horn, Mike Campbell, Rob Layne, Ronnie Derington, Jack Freeman, Joe Norwood, Dickie Johnston, Pat Sheehan, James Street, Paul Kristynik, Robbie Patman, Tom Campbell, Dean Tully, Gary Whitson, Deryl Comer, Manager Bill Hall, Trainer Gary Mclntosh. Second Row: Coach Tom Ellis, Mike Sullivan, Jim Childress, Mike Hutchings, Jim Frazier, Mack McKinney, Rick Sable, David Bailey, Glen Booher, Tommy Burkett, Glen Halsell, Ken Ehrig, Forrest Wiegand, Ted Koy, Tommy Rohrer, Jim William- son, Randy Peschel, Charles Copeland, Manager Murl Smith, Trainer Ronnie Early. Back Row: Head Coach Bill Ellington, Sonny Dana, Tommy Asaff, Gary Rike, Steve Noll, Mike Dixon, Bobby Wuensch, Dickie Leyda, Stan Jones, Billy Wright, Bob McKay, Leo Brooks, Bob White, Warren Gremmel, Ladson Caring, Glen Frantzen, George Cobb, Bill Bridges, Doug Sims, Trainer Richard Allen, Student Coaches Jack Howe and Lyle Guest. Right: Assisted by teammate Ronnie Swint, Ted Koy crashed through the Baylor line for a first down. FRESHMAN AWARDS Thomas Craig Asaff David James Bailey Glen Franklin Booher Leonard Leo Brooks Jr. Thomas Oscar Burkett Thomas Hearn Campbell William Mike Campbell James Allen Childress George Lee Cobb William Deryl Comer Charles Robert Copeland Ronald Eugene Derington Michael Dean Dixon Kenneth Dale Ehrig Glen Frantzen James Malvia Frazier Jack Matthew Freeman Jon Ladson Caring Warren Walter Gremmel Jr. Glenn Galen Halsell James Norman Higgins Timothy Ray Horn Michael T. Hutchings James Richard Johnston Stanley Joe Jones James Theo Koy Paul Christopher Kristynik Robert Lawrence Layne Richard James Leyda Robert Charles McKay Mack Hugh McKinney Stephen Gordon Noll Joe Douglas Norwood Robbie Lee Patman Randal C. Peschel Gary Ray Rike Tommy James Rohrer Richard Bruce Sable Patrick Brian Sheehan Douglas Rex Sims James Lowell Street Mike Ray Sullivan Ronald Edward Swint Darrell Dean Tully Robert Stuart White James Gary Whitson Forrest Raymond Wiegand James Newton Williamson William Alfred Wright Robert Scott Wuensch Christopher Stephen Young Muryl Smith, Managerial Award Front: John Myers, Neil McCabe, Steve Hendricks, Fred Cooper, Dave Caffey. Back: Assistant Coach Richard Romo, Jack Wise, John Robertson, John Brock, Mike Mosley, David Ramsey, Coach Cleburne Price. FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY FRESHMAN AWARDS Freddy Gardner Cooper Michael Homer Mosley John Alexander Myers David Bruce Ramsey John Wilbur Robertson FRESHMAN AWARDS Stuart Stanley Boss Carl Lloyd Clifton Harry Allen Garner Harald Johnson Robert Phelps Jones Chris W. Kretzschmar Thomas Ross Neyland Phillip DeWolf Ray Douglas Arling Rose Karl Hamblen Simons Gregory Harold Smith Front Row: Mike McLean, Greg Smith, Tommy Neyland, Stuart Boss, Greg Ingram, Bob Jones. Back Row: Phil Ray, Harald Johnson, Chris Kretzschmar, Karl Simmons, Doug Rose, Lloyd Clifton, Man- ager Grady Blackmon. FRESHMAN SWIMMING Page 459 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Splitting the season with six wins and six losses, the Yearlings scored 987 points to their opponents 984, tallying 100 points in two games. High score for the season was the 106 in the 116-106 defeat by Wharton Junior College. Wayne Doyal led the Yearlings in field goals made and number of rebounds, while Mike Tennison held the record for free throws, total number of points scored, and most points in one game, 28 against Tyler Junior College. The Yearlings were coached by Charlie Shannon. FRESHMAN AWARDS Wayne Noble Doyal Stoke Peyton Holmes Kenneth Ripley McWilliams Roy S. Neff III Richard Craig Rathman Loren Singletary Wilson B. Swan Michael Lee Tennison Lee Powell Whittington William Alfred Wright MANAGERIAL AWARD Louis Squyres Front Row: Coach Charlie Shannon, Bris Swan, Mike Tennison, Loren Singletary, Manager Louis Squyres. Back Row: Craig Rath- mann, Ken McWilliams, Roy Neff, Wayne Doyal, Lee Whittington. Top Right: Scoring the highest total number of points for the season, Mike Tennison buckets one for two points against the OSU freshmen. Page 460 FRESHMAN TRACK Breaking three school records, the freshman track team defeated competing freshmen teams in the Rice-A M-Texas and the Baylor-ACC-Texas triangular meets. The freshmen tracksters amassed 60 points in the first meet and 66 in the second to hold the winning scores. Freshman records fell in the pole vault when Jim Mallard soared to a 15 ' 1 " first place in the Southwest Conference meet, and in the discus with a 154 ' l-J a " toss by John Walker for a second place in the Rice-A M-Texas meet. The two-mile relay team of David Ramsey, Fred Cooper, John Robertson, and Mike Mosley set a new best time when they posted a 7:36.4 for second place at the Kansas Relays. FRESHMAN AWARDS Glenn Dawson Archer Roland Clyburn Baylor David Luther Caffey Steven Henry Clay Thomas Robert Colgin Freddy Gardner Cooper Larry Wayne Crawford Edward Richard Frnka Warren Clark Hart Neil McCabe Stanley Champ McDaniel James Atwood Mallard Michael Homer Mosley David Bruce Ramsey John Wilber Robertson David Earl Rummel John Allan Walker Jack Greenwood Wise Owen Bascomb Yarborough William David Inman, Manager Top Left: Fred Cooper posted a 4:15.0 mile at the Texas Relays. Top Right: John Myers, John Brock, David Caffey, David Ramsey, and Fred Cooper came off the blocks in the mile against Rice and Baylor. Bottom Left: David Caffey led teammates David Ramsey and John Brock in the Texas Relays mile event. Page 461 FRESHMAN TENNIS FRESHMAN AWARDS John Kirby Frazer John Phillip Harper Frank John Mozola John Mozola and Phil Harper were coached by Wilmer Allison. FRESHMAN GOLF FRESHMAN AWARDS Michael J. Anderson John S. Hodgson Stephen F. Holmsley Dean S. Overturf Zachary P. Padgett Stephen Dane Seibert Allen Reeder Waddell f, ' . ' ' Front: Dane Siebert, Zach Padgett, Dean Overturf, Scott Hodgson. Back: Charles Berson, Allen Waddell, Steve Holmsley, Bob Finley, Mike Anderson. Page 462 Front: Calvin Raup, Charlie Dyer, Bug Francis, Pat Amos, Louie Bagwell, Larry Hardy, Peppe Swartz, Fred Everett, Amos Peters and manager Gordon Ohlhausen. Back: Coach Joe Gideon, David Hall, Mike Davis, Harry Taylor, Larry Berkman, Ed Mims, Pat Thompson, Tommy Woodard and Jack Miller. FRESHMAN BASEBALL Posting a 10-1 season, the freshmen baseballers led their opponents in nearly all statistics. The Yearlings held a .270 batting average with four home runs, while opponents could only muster a .216 and three home runs. In fielding, they bettered opponents .947 to .922. Top Shorthorn batting honors went to shortstop Louis Bagwell with a .432 average, and two pitchers went unde- feated, Larry Hardy (5-0) and Ed Mims (4-0). Other top Shorthorn players were second baseman Pat Amos, center- fielder Jack Miller, left fielder Bug Francis, and third base- man David Hall. Joe Gideon coached the Yearlings. FRESHMAN AWARDS Patrick John Amos Louis Lee Bagwell Jr. Larry Gene Berkman Michael Edward Davis Fred E. Everett William Raleigh Francis David Hestand Hall Howard Lawrence Hardy Emmett Jackson Miller Edward Trow Mims Randal C. Peschel Patrick Dwain Thompson Thomas Victor Woodard Gordon Lee Ohlhausen, Managerial Award Freshman catcher moves in to glove one for easy out. Page 463 FRESHMAN STATISTICS Texas 13 . . . FOOTBALL SCORES Baylor 7 Texas 20 . . . Rice 8 Texas 20 . . SMU 14 Texas 14 . . . XCU 12 Texas 17 . . . Texas A M 17 Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas 100 BASKI Victoria College :TBA 60 107 116 86 73 76 LL SC( Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas )RES 74 Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen 88 70 78 81 58 91 89 Tyler Jr. College 81 . . Rice 106 Wharton Jr. College 82 Rice 88 TCU Freshmen 80 Baylor 75 Lon Morris College 60 A M 64 A M Freshmen 88 TCU Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas 7 BASEB Rice Freshmen 6 kLL SC Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas ORES 1 Austin 1 ' ravis H.S. Freshmen Jr. College Freshmen Freshmen 2 5 2 5 1 A M Freshmen 7 3 9 8 9 8 A M Freshmen 4 4 . Baylor Freshmen 3 A M 10 Blinn Jr. College 6 A M 9 Austin McCallum H.S. SWC TRACK RESULTS Texas 63 Texas A M 40 Baylor 39 Rice . . 37 TCU 30 Texas Tech 19 SMU 17 Arkansas 7 EVENT 440-Yard Relay One-Mile Run 440-Yard Dash 100-Yard Dash 120- Yard High Hurdles 880-Yard Run 220-Yard Dash 440-Yard Hurdles One-Mile Relay Shot Put High Jump Pole Vault Broad Jump Javelin Discus new record WINNER MARK Baylor 42.0 David Caffey, Texas 4:23.3 Bill Askey, Rice 47.8 Clyde Peach, Baylor 9.8 Mike Robins, Baylor 14.7 Mike Mosley, Texas 1:51.9 Clyde Peach, Baylor 21.6 Glenn Archer, Texas 55.4 TCU 3:16.3 Ronnie Lightfoot, A M 56-8% John Jordan, SMU 6-2 Jim Mallard, Texas 15-1 Jerry Carter, Rice 23-7V4 Archie Shepard, Baylor 205-1 Ron. Mercer, Tex. Tech 166-10 4s Page 464 INTRAMURALS Edited by Kay Hartong and Linda Wisner Page 465 WOMEN ' S INTRAMURALS Striving to provide girls the chance to compete in sports and learn cooperation and self control, the Women ' s Intra- mural program offered girls an opportunity to use leisure time wisely, acquire a knowledge of and liking for sports, and enlarge their circle of acquaintances on campus. The year ' s program offered a wide variety of team and individual sports to all University women. Trophies were awarded to tournament winners, those who amassed the largest number of points throughout the year, best manager, and for sportsmanship. HIGH POINT WINNERS: Left to Right: Molly Greene, Jamey Anthony, Delta Zeta Managers, 2nd Place; Patty Taylor, Donna Mooney, Alpha Xi Delta Managers, 1st Place; Susie Thomas, Kappa Kappa Gamma Manager, 3rd Place. FACULTY STAFF Director SHIELA O ' GARA Associate Director CAROLYN HEW ATT Assistant Director JANE MARTIN Intramural Secretary MARGARET NOACK FACULTY COMMITTEE Walter Kroll C. H. Griffin Carolyn Hewatt R. J. Lawrence N. E. Marks Shiela O ' Gara A. A. Rooker C. S. Watson R. H. Williams PARTICIPATION WINNERS: Left to Right: Barbara Overbeck, Newman Hall; Patty Taylor, Donna Mooney, Alpha Xi Delta Co- managers; Kathleen Kennedy, Newman Hall Manager. SPORTSMANSHIP WINNER: Barbara Tucker, Co-ops Manager. Page 466 MANAGERS BEST MANAGER WINNERS: Patty Taylor, Donna Mooney, Alpha Xi Delta Co-managers. FALL: Left to Right: Front Row: Kathleen Kennedy, Newman Hall; Claire Whitmire, Delta Gamma; Patty Taylor, Alpha Xi Delta; Carole Elliott, Newman Club; Pam Garrett, Gamma Phi Beta; Molly Washburn, Gamma Phi Beta; Daryl Guinn, Kappa Alpha Theta; Kathy Horn, Andrews-Blanton-Carothers Dorms; Martha Hogue, Alpha Omicron Pi. Back Row: Candy Dransfield, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Hal Warren, Zeta Tan Alpha; Diane Mclver, Little field Dorm; Jeanne Block, Almetris Co-op; Penny Potter, Heflin Manor; Molly Greene, Delta Zeta; Linda Dalton, Alpha Gamma Delta; Jan Prowell, Pi Beta Phi; Donna Mooney, Alpha Xi Delta; Kaye Cosby, Scottish Rite Dorm; Jody Kieke, Kirby Hall, Betty Ferguson, Alpha Delta Pi. SPRING: Front Row: Patty Taylor, Alpha Xi Delta; Jan Weaver, Chi Omega; Karen Speakman, Delta Delta Delta; Mallory Taylor, Pi Beta Phi; Kathy Horn, Andrews-Blanton-Carothers Dorms. Back Row: Kathleen Kennedy, Newman Hall; Susan Deutsch, Alpha Omicron Pi; Barbara Tucker, Co-ops; Diane Mclver, Littlefield Dorm; Jamey Anthony, Delta Zeta; Kaye Cosby, Scottish Rite Dorm. Page 467 BASKETBALL Right: Orange Bracket: FIRST PLACE: Littlefield Dormitory: Front Row: Patricia Yantch, Marilyn Rabon, Deann Allen, Willadene Voight, Judy Gaines, Diane Mclver, Jody Skutca, Camille Dvorsky. SECOND PLACE: ABC Dormitories: Back Row: Bonnie Fetzer, Jodie Tronson, Marilyn McSween, Jackie Brown, Jan Whitmire, Jamie Giesecke, Mary Neikirk, Kathy Horn, Cynthia McConnell. Lower Right: White Bracket: FIRST PLACE: Newman Hall: Front Row: Marilyn Bartosh, Roni Hess, Estele Ramirez, Lee Hudson, Kathleen Kennedy, Peggy Finger. Not Pictured: Marilyn Vykoukal. SECOND PLACE: Newman Hall: Back Row: Mary Ann Viscardi, Pat Liska, Carole Elliott, Cecilia Locklear, Maureen McGavern, Cathy Varga, Kathy McFadyen, Cathy Powers. FOOTBALL Right: White Bracket: SECOND PLACE: Heflin Manor: Betsy Roden, Sally Carlisle, Sheri Sheffield, Lynda Rogers, Donna Cam- pbell, Kris Schimmel, Penny Potter, Susan Davis, Susan Bucchele, Nell Ramsey. FIRST PLACE: Kirby Hall: Back Row: Cheryle Neitske, Belinda Nowlin, Felicia Durley, Pat Dillion. Betty Young, Sandy Scaramell, Mary McGuire, Eleanor Mayfield, Carol Coleman, Nancy Hinton, Ruby Bennett, Gloria Veazeay. Lower Right: Orange Bracket; SECOND PLACE: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Front Row: Virginia Chaney, Ann Akridge, Anne Brown, Nancie Brownell, Kath- ryn Chaney, Lynn Clawater, Candy Dransfield, Jenny Ferguson, Sherry Hardin, Jean Heiligenthal, Susan Jennings, Mary Lynn McKinley, Lynn Painter, Mary Lou Ray, Lee Henley, Hallie Slaughter, Margaret Spikes, Cile Sparenberg, Sally Thomas, Kay Umstattd. FIRST PLACE: Zeta Tau. Alpha: Back Row: Phyllis Merrill, Judy Martel, Bobbie Busby, Jean Smither, Hal Warren, Betty Fourance, Darlene Harris, Cynthia Meyer, Joyce Mussleman, Trisha Hansen, Sylvia Smith, Alyce Anne Baggett, Marty Lederer, Nanette Rountree, Mary Tompkins, Diane Quillen, Judy Eanes, Holly Sue Spence, Sally North, Dinah Cunningham. ,. ! ft Page 468 SOFTBALL Middle Left: White Bracket: SECOND PLACE: Delta Phi Epsilon: Front Row: Judy Framer, Marsha Forman. Not Pictured: Vicki Kaplan, Beverly Factor, Mickey Sharney. FIRST PLACE: Newman Hall: Back Row: Nancy Dennis, Lyn Nuding, Estela Ramirez, Mar- ilyn Bartosh, Dolores Leal. Above: Orange Bracket: FIRST PLACE: Gamma Phi ' Beta: Carol Grigsby, Patty Anderson, Kay Davis. Not Pictured: Phoebe Craig, Michelle Nugent. SECOND PLACE: Little- field: Back Row: Donna Maury, Patricia Yantch, Jane Innis. Above Left: White Bracket: SECOND PLACE: Delta Gamma: Front Row: Mary Ashworth, Kitten Quick, Sheila Waters, Pat Dooley, Marca Jones, Betsy Henderson, Frances Fuller, Claudia Stewart , Kay Mullins, Claire Whitmire. FIRST PLACE: Littlefield: Back Row: Judy Gaines, Karen Hicks, Diane Mclver, Patricia Yantch, Gwen Chammess, Susie St. John, Pam Seigler, Brenda Parks, Camille Dvorsky. Above: Orange Bracket: SECOND PLACE: ABC Dormi- tories: Front Row: Mardi Schultz, Mary Neikirk, Jackie Brown, Peggy Matchette, Thelma Berry, Cookie Perkins, Norma Anderson, Kathy Horn, Elizabeth Rosenblatt. FIRST PLACE: Independents: Back Row: Laurel Wiess, Cindy Tracy, Louise Ogden, Stacey Vinson, Mary Walters, Peggy Miksovsky, Cheryl J. Tesch, Clarie Sterling. Carol Pankratz, Zonia Vasquez. SWIMMING Above: SECOND PLACE: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Front Row: Donna Priddy, Carol Thompson. FIRST PLACE: Heflin-Doll-Fins: Back Row: Deborah Ann Disney, Carol Ann Rulfs, Catherine Reda Chap- lin, Judith Ann Gordon. Page 469 TRACK AND FIELD Right: SECOND PLACE: Alpha Delta Pi: Front Row: Joan Garret, Rebecca Kauf fman, Kari -Fuquay, Carolyn Jackson, Barbara Driscoll, Betty Ferguson. FIRST PLACE: Delta Zeta: Back Row: Molly Greene, Diane Fillmore, Ann Williams, Jane Ann Herber, Linda Duncan. BADMINTON Top Left: FIRST PLACE; Gamma Phi Beta: Toni Bracher, Sue Kirby. SECOND PLACE: Pi Beta Phi: Carol Holmes, Bess Baker. Above: FIRST PLACE: Gamma Phi Beta: Toni Bracher. SECOND PLACE: Little field: Susan Hyde. GOLF Above: FIRST PLACE: Alpha Delta Pi: Betty Ferguson. SECOND PLACE: Newman Club: Barbara Overbeck. SHUFFLEBOARD Right: FIRST PLACE: Delta Gamma: Sharon Waters. Page 470 Left: Team Winners: FIRST PLACE: Alpha Xi Delta and SECOND PLACE: Delta Zeta. Individual Winners: FIRST PLACE: Front Row: Jean Pearre, Alpha Omicron Pi; Gail Gunderson, SRD; Carol Carpenter, Kappa Alpha Theta. SECOND PLACE: Second Row: Carol Barnes, Alpha Xi Delta; Lorraine Wilson, Alpha Xi Delta; Margaret Ellen Glover, Delta Zeta. THIRD PLACE: Third Row: Liz O ' Brien, Alpha Xi Delta; Anne Fincke, Alpha Xi Delta; Suzanne Allison, Alpha Xi Delta; Pam Ward, Alpha Xi Delta. VOLLEYBALL ARCHERY Top Right: White Bracket: FIRST PLACE: Delta Zeta: Thea Entzminger, Bryan Daniels, Jamey Anthony, Janis Ratzlow, Ann Lang, Lois Feagin. SEC- OND PLACE: Kappa Alpha Theta: Back Row: Clay Christenson, Daryl Guinn, Diane Appling, Mary Kaine, Paige Eastland, Hildy Griffith, Carolyn Butler, Kathy Pace, Julia Armstrong. Above: Orange Bracket: SECOND PLACE: Kirby Hall: Front and Middle Rows: Gloria Veasey, Claudia Jones, Ruby Bennet, Jody Kieke, Sandy Scaramel, Pat Dillon, Karen Cook, Carol Coleman, Cindy Wright, Betty Young. FIRST PLACE: ABC Dormitories: Back Row: Stacey Vinson, Bev Averyt, Ca ' mille Dvorsky, Sara Eskew, Peggy Miksovsky, Mary Ann Weiss, Kathy Horn, Mary Neikirk. Left: Left to Right; THIRD PLACE, Delta Zeta: Janis Ratzlow; FIRST PLACE: Delta Zeta: Suzanne Kemp. Not Pictured: SECOND PLACE, New- man Hall: Elizabeth Williams. Page 471 TABLE TENNIS Right: DOUBLES. Left to Right: FIRST PLACE: Newman Hall: Laura Camp, Lee Hudson. SECOND PLACE: Newman Club: Carole Elliott, Maureen McGavern. Bel ow: SINGLES. Left to Right: SEC- OND PLACE: Alpha Phi, Gail Hibbetts; FIRST PLACE: Kappa Alpha Theta, Gigi Griffiths. Above: DOUBLES. Left to Right: SECOND PLACE: Pi Beta Phi: Dabby Phillips, Jane Leizear. FIRST PLACE: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Patty Lowdon, Ann Lowdon. Above Right: SINGLES. Left to Right: SECOND PLACE; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Patty Lowdon and FIRST PLACE, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Carol Neely. FENCING Right: Left to Right: FIRST PLACE, Co-Operatives, Sylvia Beckey; THIRD PLACE: Chi Omega; Roxy Dunn; THIRD PLACE: Co- Operatives, Barbara Tucker; SECOND PLACE: Co-Operatives, Zonia Vasquez. MEN ' S INTRAMURALS Intended primarily to afford students an opportunity for athletic participation, Intramural sports allows participants to cultivate skills which can be used for recreation through- out life. Organized competition in at least 27 sports aided in developing a sense of fair play and satisfaction as well as physical benefits. Living groups and organizations partici- pated as groups or individuals entered independently. Left: BEST ALL-AROUND ATHLETES: Left to Right: Wallace G. Tingley, Delta Tau Delta; Forrest A. Dolgener, Vikings; James F. Atwell, Army; Jan Duncan Marshall, TLOK. FACULTY STAFF Director A. A. ROOKER Assistant Directors ROBERT L. HENDERSON A. GENE COLEMAN GUY M. OWEN Training Specialist M. WAYNE JENNINGS Administrative Secretary EMILY S. DUNBAR Secretary DEIDRE BIRD VANCE Clerk Typist DAWANA LEE STANTON FACULTY COMMITTEE Charles Henry Griffin Carolyn Hewatt Walter Kroll Norton Elliott Marks Shiela O ' Gara A. A. Rooker Byron Dean Tapley Rhea Hughston Williams Left: SENIOR MANAGERS: Left to Right: Thomas A. Bunis, Ramshorn; Ben D. Tobor, Sigma Alpha Mu; William Dan Burleson, Delta Tau Delta; Charles V. Floca, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Page 473 Left: FALL JUNIOR MANAGERS: Front Row: James L. Pardue, T. K. Ball, Wayne Gathers, Second Row: Charles M. Wender, Leonard M. Roth, Ellis L. Tudzin. Third Row: Steven C. Ward, John Zizel- mann, Gary L. Watkins. Not Pictured: Keith M. Jackson. Above: SPRING JUNIOR MANAGERS: Left to Right: Charles C. Hargis, Michael William Levine, Harley C. Robinson Jr., Thomas W. Rioux, Lewis D. Schwartz, Clarence R. Clark, Rob G. Beckoff, Robert C. Christy, Gregg W. Garmon, Thomas L. Hendrix. POW WOW AWARDS Under the direction of the senior managers, the intramural managerial staff presented a special awards banquet honor- ing those individuals and groups who accumulated the most total points and for those who displayed exceptional leader- ship and sportsmanship. ORGANIZATION ALL-YEAR TROPHY Front Row: CHAMPIONS: James R. Woodworth, Delta Tau Delta; John G. Angell, Recruits; Robert E. Cherry, Air Force; Charles Vinson, Campus Guild. Second Row: RUNNER-UP: Chalres C. Murray, Beta Theta Pi; Michael W. O ' Dell, Vikings; John R. Justice Jr., Navy; Allan A. Gebert, Royal. Third Row: THIRD PLACE: William Ed Junell Jr., Phi Gamma Delta; James R. Bartlett, Chap- arrals; Charles R. Dyer, Alpha Phi Omega. PARTICIPATION TROPHIES Left to Right: Chalres C. Murray, Beta Theta Pi; John G. Angell, Recruits; Dale R. Miller, Navy; Allan A. Gebert, Royal. John A. Lowther Jr., Acacia manager, COWBOY SPORTSMAN- SHIP Trophy; William E. Becker, Phi Kappa Tau manager, NEL- SON PUETT IMPROVEMENT Award. William E. Halstead Jr., Campus Guild, BERRY M. WHITAKER LEADERSHIP Award; M. Cony Adams, Phi Gamma Delta, ARNO NOWOTNY SPORTSMANSHIP Award. The outstanding members in UTSAM were Kenneth Davidoff, Hand- ball and G. F. Corky King, Gymnastics. BEST OFFICIAL John R. Justice Jr., Navy. TOUCH FOOTBALL CLASS A CHAMPIONS: Vikings: Front Row: O. C. Houston, Billy G. Hackle- man, Melvin W. Partee, Forrest A. Dolgener. Back Row: Thomas E. Moore, Kent W. Roberts, Eugene B. Strait, Gary E. Elliott, Michael W. O ' Dell. RUNNER-UP: Moore Hill: Front Row: Joseph A. Fellin, Richard L. Hargraves, Lewis J. Berniard, James B. Riggs. Second Row: Jerry L. Dike, John H. Nail, James W. Thompson, George H. Nauert. Third Row: Jack Rogers, Steve G. Crutchfield, coach; Herschel T. Knowles, Ervin Squires. CHAMPION: Delta Tan Delta: Front Row: James Winston Chap- man Jr., Robert A. Casey, Louis S. Casey Jr., Richard R. Lee Jr., Roy L. Keith. Second Row: Robert F. Faickney, Sammy L. Rieger, Robert C. Sturdivant, Wallace G. Tingley, Damon P. Smith. Third Row: Gerald R. Zwernemann, Ira L. Hillyer, George I. Hodges, Douglas K. Fell, Stephen A. Morris, Richard L. Tingley. RUNNER-UP: Recruits: Front Row: Thomas H. Dunn, Richard H. Streeter, David G. Giles, Charles C. Jowers. Second Row: Brian S. Schiffer, Thomas F. Vickers, William M. Bullock. Third Row: John G. Angell, Robert H. Angell, Carl F. Boehm, Glendel J. Provost. SWIMMING CHAMPION: Rock Sitters: Left to Right: Dale A. Dossey, Daniel A. Bedoya, Thomas F. Proctor, Glenn F. King, Joseph G. Halton Jr. RUNNER-UP: Delta Tau Delta: Left to Right: Thomas L. Toone, Stephen D. Van Erp, Ralph G. Reser, James W. McNatt, Richard R. Clardy. Page 475 BASKETBALL CHAMPION: PAi Gamma Delta: David M. Oliver, BiU H. Edwards, Jack William Robbins, George G. Hughes, G. Ernest Gilkerson, M. Curry Adams Jr. Not Pictured: Craig T. Scott RUNNER-UP: UCLA: Walter W. Huey, O. C. Houston, D. Boris Soltysik, David L. Braddock, Fred W. Worley, Rodney L. Bell Woodrow W. Traylor. CHAMPION: Delta Tan Delta: Richard L. Tingley, Louis S. Casey Jr., Charles D. Talbert, Wallace G. Tingley, Robert L. Oliver, Pat E. Goodwin Jr., G. I. Hodges. RUNNER-UP: Recruits: Bruce A. Hurt, Robert H. Angell, David W. Krueger, David A. Alverson, James F. Atwell, John G. Angell, Brian H. Adkins, Joel G. Melville, Henry E. Wilson. Not Pictured: Donald W. Ealy. WATER BASKETBALL Above Left: CHAMPION: Delta Tau Delta: Front Row: Thomas L. Toone, Ralph G. Reser, Richard R. Clardy. Back Row: James W. McNatt, James O. Guleke II, James G. Raney, George I. Hodges, James R. Watts, Richard Penn Williamson, Stephen D. Van Erp. Above Right: Page 476 RUNNER-UP: Navy: Park Lyle Beeler, H. Paul Stewart, Jerome R. Banks, Frederick J. Moon. Back Row: Robert L. Collins, Carl C. Hill III, James M. McCoy, Randolph C. Burwell, James V. Beynon II, Clifton F. Darby. SOFTBALL CLASS A FAST PITCH CHAMPION: Kappa Alpha: Front Row: John R. Pipkin, Robert E. Giles, Alan B. Roberts, Clyde C. King, Jr., Michael E. Murray. Back Row: Robert 0. Collier, Don W. Priefert, John F. Kirkwood, Jr., Carl R. league, Alvin H. Badger III, David B. Kiker. RUNNER-UP: Sigma Nu: Front Row: James R. Lesch Jr., Allyn R. Harris, James M. Maund, Carl T. Schultz, Thomas L. Raggio, Charles D. Grain. Back Row: Michael M. Sheppard, Christopher H. J. Adams, Robert L. Loar, Randy C. Rogers, William K. Smartt. CLASS A SLOW PITCH CHAMPION: Delta Tau Delta: Left to Right: William Dan Burle- son, Wallace G. Tingley,, J. Winston Chapman, Ira Lee Hillyer, S. Robert Lee, Richard P. Williamson, Steve A. Morris, James R. Watts, Robert F. Faickney, Alton B. Hankins, James R. Woodworth, Douglas K. Mclntyre, Thomas A. Graves. RUNNER-UP: Air Force: Front Row: Walter R. Taliaferro, Robert E. Cherry, Earl M. Orbin, Lonnie Brauner Jr., Rufus Green Jr., Allan K. Bean, David A. Masley. Back Row: Carl F. Metzroth, Earnest C. Leake II, Julian V. Buenger, Chris V. Cook, Richard P. Snelling. CLASS B SLOW PITCH CHAMPION: Delta Tau Delta: Left to Right: Robert A. Casey, Richard R. Lee, John R. Mathis, James L. Ahern, Carroll S. Barbour, Richard L. Obenhaus, George I. Hodges, William D. Whitby, Roy L. Keith, Kelley A. Guest, Kelley A. Rushing. RUNNER-UP: Newman: Left to Right: Patrick W. McDonald, Robert A. Thompson, Douglas J. Lee, James L. Terilli, Kirk L Croucher, Ronald E. Scharfe, Andrew Parsons, Larry G. Porfiro, Stephen J. Hughes. Page 477 VOLLEYBALL CLASS A CHAMPION: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Left to Right: Dan H. Blanks, William Daniel Nicholson III, Larry R. Smith, Bruce W. Schnitzer, Kevin Holcomb, Charles R. Vermillion, Rufus W. Miller III. RUNNER-UP: Iran: Front Row: Houshang Masudi, Mohammad J. Tamaddoni, Mehdi Chaff ari, Khodayar Mostafavi. Back Row: Mohamad Tadayon, Reheooz Motazed, Daryush Vojdani, Ahmad Saberian. CLASS B CHAMPION: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Left to Right: Lewis H. Roberts, Alan L. Hubbard, A. Dain Higdon, Thomas O. Hicks, Gary H. Willcox, Charles C. L. Boortz, Richard B. Bender II, Richard R. Wadsworth. RUNNER-UP: Recruits: Left to Right: Robert H. Angell, Lynn R. Law, James F. Atwell, David M. Angell, Brian H. Adkins. Not Pictured: Camm C. Lary Jr., Thomas F. Vickers. BOWLING CLASS A CHAMPION: Sigma Alpha Mu: Left to Right: Larry J. Riklin, Mark R. Wallock, David E. Bird, Richard J. Savitz. CLASS B CHAMPION: NESEP: Left to Right: Louis W. Weinstein, Leon C. Green Jr., Alejandro DeLeon, Steven A. Vaughan. CLASS A RUNNER-UP: Beta Theta Pi: Left to Right: John M. Leigh, Charles E. Grob, Carl C. Senter, Anderson H. Bracht. CLASS B RUNNER-UP: Tau Delta Phi: Left to Right: William J. Slaton, Richard E. Goldberg, Leonard M. Roth, D. Gilbert Friedlander. Page 478 HANDBALL DOUBLES HANDBALL DOUBLES CLASS A: Left to Right: C. Wayne Lee, James M. Love, Unattached, Champion; Ronald J. Ruby, Robert M. Herman,. Sigma Alpha Mu, Runner-Up. CLASS B: Left to Right: Jim C. Hausenfluke, Larry D. Wartes, Recruits, Runner-Up; John R. Croxson, Rodney E. Senterfitt, Phi Kappa Sigma, Champion. SINGLES CLASS A: Kenneth Davidoff, Tau Delta Phi, Champion; Wallace D. Robbins Jr., Independent, Runner-Up. GOLF CLASS B: Robert Charles Ittner, Delta Tau, Delta, Champion; R. Patton Warren, ASME, Runner-Up. GOLF SINGLES: Herbert M. Lyman, Tau Delta Phi, Champion; Leon N. Walthall, Phi Gamma Delta, Runner-Up. GOLF DOUBLES: Charles L. Cox and John Mack Woodfin, Delta Tau Delta, Champion. Page 479 FENCING OPEN TOURNAMENT: Stephen Baranoff, Inde- pendent, Champion; Roger W. Bennett, Sigma Pi, Runner-Up. WRESTLING 191-POUND CLASS: Left to Right: John M. Camden, Recruits, CHAMPION; Randolph W. Crow, Kappa Sigma, RUNNER-UP. UNLIMITED CLASS: Rene L. Domingue II, Lambda Chi Alpha, RUNNER-UP; Robert Ed Richardson, Army, CHAMPION. 167-POUND CLASS: Left to Right: Alton B. Hankins, Delta Tau Delta, RUNNER-UP; Jeffrey J. Armstrong, Tau Kappa Epsilon, CHAMPION. 177-POUND CLASS: Gregory L. Labbe, Newman, RUNNER-UP; David L. Gregg, Beta Theta Pi, CHAMPION. 147-POUND CLASS: Le t to Right: William L. Hodge Jr., Recruits, CHAMPION; Kevin M. Connors, Prather, RUNNER-UP. 157- POUND CLASS: Arthur H. Johnston, Prather, RUNNER-UP; Steven J. Anderson, Recruits, CHAMPION. 130- POUND CLASS: Left to Right: William H. Smith Jr., Air Force, CHAMPION; Robert Charles Green, Prather, RUNNER-UP. 137-POUND CLASS: Quentin W. Martin, Vikings, CHAMPION; Geoffrey H. Allen, Phi Delta Theta, RUNNER-UP. TRACK CHAMPION: Kappa Sigma: Left to Right: Loren B. Singletary, Lloyd Jeff Gregory III, Robert I. Lippincott, D. Stuart Godwin III. RUNNER-UP: Moore Hill: Left to Right: Ffank L. Davenport, Wayne E. Voskamp, Lewis J. Berniard III, Herschel T. Knowles. Page 480 II JIAJ TENNIS Left: SINGLES: Left to Right: CLASS A: William Dan Burleson, Delta Tau Delta, RUNNER-UP; Robert Brocket! Anderson, Inde- pendent, CHAMPION. CLASS B: Philip Lee Reed, Navy, RUNNER- UP; John Richard Croxson, Phi Kappa Sigma, CHAMPION. DOUBLES, CLASS A: Above Left: Loren Scott Buell, Anselmo G. Longoria, Beta Theta Pi, CHAMPIONS. Above Right: Jan D. Mar- shall, Steven C. Broome, TLOK, RUNNERS-UP. DOUBLES, CLASS B: Above Left: William F. Ikard, Michael J. Waldron, Beta Theta Pi, CHAMPIONS. Above Right: Leo E. Jones Jr., Gary Keith Jordan, Generals, RUNNERS-UP. TABLE TENNIS Above Left: SINGLES: Norman Charles Epstein, Alpha Epsilon Pi, CHAMPION; Arthur Jackson Orbin, Army, RUNNER-UP. Above Center: DOUBLES: Edward K. Gurinsky, David E. Bird, Sigma Alpha MU, CHAMPIONS. Above Right: DOUBLES: Michael Joseph Lee, Francis L. Endres, Independent, RUNNERS-UP. Page 481 OPEN TOURNAMENTS BADMINTON SQUASH Left: Trenton C. Cole, III, Independent, RUNNER-UP; Mario Zamora, Campus Guild, CHAMPION. Right: Charles B. Middleton Jr., S.O.S., CHAMPION; John P. Wright, Unattached, RUNNER-UP. .CHAMPION: Costa Rica: Front Row: Alfredo Garcia, Rodrigo Baldioceda, Eugenio Garrow, Enrique Nieto, Alberto Villalobos, Casio Ore, Franz S. Koberg, Victor Chanto. Back Row: Hector Centeno, Jaime B. Gonzalez, Xavier Gonzalez, Mario Arguedas, Angelos Panagopulos, Mauricio Gallardo. RUNNER-UP: Wombats: Front Row: Peter M. Singelmann, Michael E. Lonsford, Alexander R. Hemard, Abduljalil A. Madani, Robert M. Swanson, George E. Wolfe. Back Row: Terrance Austin, Alan L. Franklin, Edward D. Gresham, Richard D. Mauldin, Terry D. Milne, James H. Dee, Kenneth A. Fisher. FREE THROW Left: INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS: Donald F. Goldman, Phi Sigma Delta; Jerry William Sadler, Newman Club. Right: TEAM CHAM- PIONS: Alpha Tau Omega: David A. Morris, William F. Mason, Steven M. Dildine, John 0. Smith, William B. Minyard. UTSAM Organized to promote interest and participation among athletes in sports not sponsored by Intercollegiate Athletics, The University of Texas Sports Association for Men is com- prised of 10 sports clubs and sponsored by the Department of Intramurals Sports for Men. For the fifth year, the Handball Club won the team cham- pionship at the National Intercollegiate Handball Tourna- ment in Philadelphia, taking the doubles and " B " singles. Compiling a 9-2 record, the Soccer Club won the University Open Soccer Tournament and defeated Trinity 3-0 in a game played before 8,000 spectators. Other participating clubs placed in the many tournaments entered throughout the year. GYMNASTICS Left to Right: Jerome Paul Wiesner, Robert G. Reeves Jr., G. F. " Corky " King, Henry R. Ondrusek, Stephen H. Cornell, David Alan Smith, Shannon E. Young, Jerry L. Dike, Glenn M. Matt, Jerry A. Bily, George J. Vanis, Coach. Not Pictured: John F. Seekamp, Philip G. Baerreis III. VOLLEYBALL Front Row: William Dan Burleson, Thomas A. Graves, Robert T. Clarke, Marion C. Adams Jr., Kevin Holcomb, Rufus W. Miller III. Back Row: Wayne Jennings, faculty sponsor, Dan H. Blanks, Richard L. Obenhaus, Platt W. Davis III, Richard E. Nicholson, Charles R. Vermillion, Bruce William Schnitzer. BOWLING Left to Right: T. A. Miller III, Michael L. Mauldin, Richard W. Helgeson, Ollie Jackson Copeland Jr., George G. Mathis, J. E. " Pat " Hurley, faculty sponsor. Not Pictured: Bobby L. Boldt, Roger Charles Collins, Sam William Dick, Travis V. Doughty, James L. Hubka, Kenneth T. Koch, Charles Robert Richter. SOCCER Front Rote: Namir N. Izzat, Coach; Marvin G. Miller, Luis E. Reynoso-Lora, Peter M. Singelmann, Robert G. Makela, Carlos Calderon, Robert P. Higley, faculty sponsor? James W. Bunting, assistant coach. Middle Row: Julio C. Del-Rio, Roberto A. Tobar- Rosas, Pavlos X. Roussos, Clarence M. Swanson Jr., Roger A. Thompson, D. Peter Wogart, R. Gary Poulos. Back Row: Cesar Menoscal, Luis A. Cobos-Cucalon, Alfred H. Erler, captain, Ramiro Molina-Valenci, Monthree Chulasamaya, David S. Fleischaker, Thor- kild Juul-Dam, Richard C. Moore III. FENCING Front Row: Raymond W. Seibert, Roland Rome, Dallas L. Stephens, Jon Merrill Hartman, Michael T. Coyne, Ronald R. Warner, Michael W. Farris, Forrest S. Higgs. Back Row: Victor L. Schill, Charles L. Albertson III, Stephen Baranoff, George L. Nelson, Robert B. Pratt Jr., Roger W. Bennett, Michael A. Richmond, Shelby E. Watson, Darrell H. Williams, faculty sponsor. HANDBALL Lejt to Right: Kenneth Davidoff, Cecil W. Lee, Glen F. Petrick, Wallace D. Robbins Jr., Larry Paul White, James M. Love, Ervin W. Squires Jr. SQUASH Left to Right: Elconan H. Saulson, faculty advisor, John C. Hinkle, David F. Gracey, Michael D. Claxton, James L. Shawn, Nicholas B. Kinsey, Charles Harry Leinbach, faculty sponsor. WRESTLING Front Row: Quentin W. Martin, William L. Hodge Jr., John M. Camden, Bryan W. Barry, David L. Gregg, Robert E. Richardson. Back Row: Donald R. Gregg, James A. Evans, Gregory L. Labbe, Robert S. Greene Jr., Christopher Robb, Donald B. Mims. Not Pictured: Kevin M. Connors. Him ia; K PERSONALITIES - . I PERSONALITIES Edited by Janis Mae Hughen and Lafe Dyson Hill Page 485 I ! PAULA BETH SAVAGE UNIVERSITY SWEETHEART Paula, a junior fine arts major from Dallas, was Campus Chest Dimes Day chairman, Engineering Sweetheart, and a member of the Commercial Art Students League and Art Students Association. She has served on Campus Survey Committee, All Campus Advisory, and as a Freshman Coun- cil advisor and secretary-reporter. A social chairman for Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, Paula was a 1967 Bluebon- net Belle finalist and one of the 1966 Ten Most Beautiful. I I 1 1 - T B " i. " - 1 Fiwr 7 - Page 487 SWEETHEART FINALISTS Each spring the student body elects the girl to be their official representative, the Sweetheart of The University of Texas. The Sweetheart Election Commission is responsible for the nominating procedures to select the sweetheart can- didates. The members of the Sweetheart Commission nomi- nate persons to serve as the Sweetheart Nominating Commit- tee. The Committee, which actually nominates the girls that the student body votes on, is made up of the top twenty-five persons nominated by the Commission members. Each of the members of the Nominating Committee submits a list of five girls he believes are qualified to be Sweetheart. The Commission tabulates these lists, and the top twenty-five girls are submitted to the students to be voted upon. The five finalists are announced, and the students again vote. The Sweetheart is presented at the Round-Up Presentation Dance. Francie Barnard Beverly Kay Enderle Dot Nelson A ' 41% %l B a v 4 .%. SWEETHEART NOMINEES Eleanor Corless Beasley Kay Boyles Cheryl Ann Burr Judy Kathryn Byrd Brownie Sue Cashion Carolyn Jean BuBose Susan Elizabeth Epps Jane Biedenharn Hargis Barbara R. Higley Evalyn Dee Lane Dorothy Louise Plummer Robin Ritchie Carol Ann Rulfs Anne Charlene Sewell Sherri Dianne Sledge Nancy Eileen Stover Nancy Kay Stroup Marolyn Wittman Dianne Rush Gemme Rousseau Page 489 KAY BOYLES BLUEBONNET BELLE Kay, a junior speech therapy major from Karnes City, was president of Phi Beta Kinsolving, honorary scholastic society for residents of Kinsolving Dormitory, and a mem- ber and past president of Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary scholastic society for freshmen women. She was a member of Orange Jackets, Campus Crusade for Christ, and Pi Lambda Theta. Page 490 Brownie Sue, a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and Spooks service organization, was College of Education as- semblywoman, spring secretary of the Students ' Association, and past rush chairman of Panhellenic Council. A 1967 Cactus Goodfellow, she served on Operation Brainpower and the Education Council. Brownie Sue, a junior education major from Austin, was also a Freshman Council advisor. BROWNIE SUE CASHION BLUEBONNET BELLE BEVERLY KAY ENDERLE BLUEBONNET BELLE Beverly, a junior education major from Houston, was a varsity cheerleader, chaplain of Delta Delta Delta sorority, and adjutant of Cordettes. A Freshman Council and Scottish Rite Dormitory advisor, she has served on the Texas Union Speakers Committee and the Royal Spirit Committee. She was also a University Sweetheart finalist, Mechanical En- gineering Sweetheart, Ten Most Beautiful finalist, and Sweet- heart of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Page 492 A junior business administration major from Fort Worth, Helene served on the Grievance Committee of the Students ' Association and was a member of the grounds and building sub-committee. A member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority, she was intramural team captain. She was also a charter mem- ber and treasurer of the Sisters of the Signet, an auxiliary of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. HELENE RUTH MEEHAN BLUEBONNET BELLE DIANNE RUSH BLUEBONNET BELLE Dianne, a junior education major from Fort Worth, was a Texas Union Council member, chairman of the Campus Competitions Committee, and represented the College of Education in the Student Assembly. She was Spooks histori- an, Posse pledge trainer, Scottish Rite Dormitory advisor chairman, and Freshman Council and Orientation advisor. A University Sweetheart finalist, she was a 1967 Cactus Goodfellow and a member of the Education Council, Orange Jackets, Texas Today and Tomorrow Steering Committee, Orientations Procedures Committee, and the Cactus staff. Page 494 Francie Barnard BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS The Bluebonnet Belle selection is made on the basis of beauty, poise, campus participation and personality. One hundred and thirty-two girls were nominated by various organizations on campus. Twenty-four semifinalists were selected to be interviewed by a committee consisting of a representative from the Students ' Association, a representa- tive from the Dean of Womens ' Office, the Dean of Mens ' Office, the Longhorn Band president, the Cactus editor and the Cactus associate editor. The committee selected the twelve finalists. The selection of the five Bluebonnet Belles was made by the entire interviewing committee. The five Bluebonnet Belles were announced at the Round-Up Sweet- heart Presentation Dance. Judith Darla Ashurst 4 MS Campos 10 1! listen- advisor idtisor. C tB Orat? uaitlft aft NOMINEES Joan Carol Amacker Sharon Ann Anderson Patricia Kay Anselin Ann Cathryn Baird Judy Karen Barefield Kathryn Mary Bartosh Eleanor Corless Beasley Susan Gail Bell Nancy Bernard Nancy Louise Billingsley Sue Lynn Blackburn Ann Elizabeth Blankenship Diana Lynn Boland Judith Lynn Britt Sara Virginia Bullock " Cheryl Ann Bun- Mary Anthony Butschek Judy Kathryn Byrd Kathy Cameron Carolyn Sue Cannamore Babara Anne Carroll Carol Ruth Chapman Elizabeth Anne Clark Peggy Lynn Clements " Semi-Finalists BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS Mary Lou Grantham Barbara Jan Berliner NOMINEES Brenda Joyce Cook Gay Correll Jo Ann Crapitto Diana Marie Davis Brenda Sue Dean Mary Lorene Dennis Deborah Len Dirks Rebecca E. Dobie Nancy Jane Downing Madeleine Draeger Carolyn Jean DuBose Nancy Jean Ellison Donna Lynn Englander Susan Elizabeth Epps Carolyn Estes Stephanie Anne Evans Leslie Sue Fierman Kate Tarry Flack Nancy Jo Fleury Johanna Franke Gloria Friedberger Ann Elizabeth Fuller Sheila Elizabeth Gallagher Hilaire Michelle Girard Carol Sue Click Carol Beth Goldman Saundra Louise Goodson Peggy Ann Gralino Joan Myra Greenfield Rose Marie Grimm Camilla Joyce Hall Lucinda Halstead Nancy Lynn Haralson Margaret Harding Jane Biedenharn Hargis Paula Kay Harlan Jo Beth Harrison Sarah Ann Hartman Ann Henslee Barbara R. Higley Kathy Hobbs Terry Lynn Hobbs Kathy J. Holmes Janis Mae Hughen Martha Ellen Hurst Janet Milanne Johnson ' Semi-Finalists f m Ql i Page 496 NOMINEES Laura Gwyn Johnson Pamiel Lynne Johnson Vicki Beth Kaplan Angela G. Kennon Janet Irene King Jo Nell Knize Mary Claire Koeppe Vera Sanson Korth Laura Lee Lehmberg Mary Lewis Lana Christine Lowry Patricia Jan Ludeman Jennie Mackenzie Betty Sue Marable Mary Elizabeth Mast Emma Lea King Mayton Denise Gaye McAdam Nancy Kay McGehee Linda Jo McLean Marsha Frances Monroe Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Brenda Kay Moorhead Sallie Cherry Morrill Cheryl Lynn Neitzke Dorothy Nelson Mary Ann Nelson Laura Anne Ozmun Janette Patterson Dorothy Louise Plummer Rebecca Anne Porter Karol Lynne Rice Robin Ritchie Karen Ann Rodgers Carol Ann Rulfs Sherry Lynn Sanders Glenna Margaret Schroeder Anita Jean Scott Karen Allyne Scruggs George Ann Shamess Beth Anne Shectman Cheryl Dean Shinbaum Pamela Agnes Shropshire Sherri Diane Sledge Daisy Mary Sloan Willi Jo Spencer Linda McLane Stanton Mary Nell Sticksel Terry Carroll Taylor Emily Jane Tracy Martha Virginia Treschwig Merry Nell Van Fleet Cindy Kay Veazey Betty Jane Warlick June Lynette Wells Mary Ann Weiss Ronni Joy Weksler Rosemary Wendorl Marsha Ann White Bettie Townsend Willerson Marolyn Wittman Kay Lynn Wolters Beverly Jean Wright Semi-Finalists Gail Patricia Weyel Esther Jeanne Wright Paula Beth Savage TEN MOST BEAUTIFUL Front Row: Laura Laird Overton, Marsella Lynn Martin, Sharon Gayle Francis. Second Row: Lana Kay Lipshitz, Joan Elaine Frens- ley, Emily Kay Goodwin, Faye Annette Rife, Patricia Kay Stringer. Back Row: Camile Pickens, Nancy Annette Nixon. Page 498 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS The selection of Outstanding Students was made by a committee of deans and student representatives from 230 nominations received from student organizations and the University faculty. An Outstanding Student must have an approximate two point grade average, junior classification, and not be a former Outstanding Student. The committee ' s selection was based on each student ' s outstanding contributions to The University of Texas, scholarship, leadership, awards and honors received, and participation in campus organizations and activities. The committee considered both the activities and the quality of the student ' s performance in an activity. FORMER OUTSTANDING STUDENTS STILL IN SCHOOL Lloyd Willis Birdwell Jr. Clarence Vaughn Bray Thomas Oswell Brightman George David Carlock Tommy Drew Cauthorn Caroline Draeger Sandra Lynn Dykes Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff Jim R. Fletcher Marilyn Frances Friedman Diana Dale Haskinson Anthony Charles Jung Bruce Arthur Kowert Nancy Louise Kowert Richard Daniel Mauldin Mary Ann Mellenbruch Theresa Kaye Northcott Gary Richard O ' Connor John Stephen O ' Dell Sharon Sue Rountree Bruce William Schnitzer Richard Van Steenkiste Pauline Travis Above: Joanie Amacker is a senior math and history major from Beaumont. She has served as vice-president of Mortar Board, treasurer of Orange Jackets, and president of Pi Beta Phi sorority. An education assemblywoman, she has been chairman of Blanton advisors and Summer Orientation Advisor. Joa nie has served for two years on the Visiting Fellows Committee, was past secretariat for Challenge, and a member of the Campus Chest Steering Committee. A mem- ber of Scope scholastic honorary, Joanie was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Below: A senior Plan II major from Midland, Sara Virginia Bullock has served as president of Orange Jackets. Secretary of Chi Omega sorority, she has been Spooks recording sec- retary and a dorm advisor at Heflin Manor. A member of the Texas Union Leadership Board, Sara has served on the Union Student-Faculty Committee and is a past member of Southern Singers. She was selected a 1966 Cactus Good- fellow. Above Left: A member of Tejas Club, John Wesley Card- well is a senior chemical engineering major from El Paso. Commanding officer of the Army ROTC Cadet Brigade, John has served as president of the Army ROTC Association and has been a member of Scabbard and Blade and the Praetorian Guard. A member of " T " Association, he has been a member of varsity swimming team three years and received the Bob Con Memorial Team Spirit Award. Elected to Tau Beta Pi, John was a member of Alpha Chi Sigma, has served as Student Engineering Council representative, and was chosen a Distinguished Military Student. Above Right: A 1967 " College Bowl " team member, Barbara Anne Carroll is a senior pre-medical student from Austin. A member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority, she has served as co-chairman of the University " Y " Faculty Fireside Com- mittee and co-chairman of the Students ' Association Curric- ulum Evaluation Committee. Secretariat of the Grievance Committee, she has been active on Visiting Fellows Commit- tee and Challenge. She has maintained a 2.8 grade point average at the University, and has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. Below Right: Ann Sutherland Chappell is a graduate student from San Antonio. She has been a member of the Graduate Students ' Association executive council. She received the Students ' Association Outstanding Service Award. She has served as Round-Up co-chairman, publicity chairman, and Revue chairman and director. She has been Campus Chest publicity chairman and served on the Texas Union hospi- tality committee and Challenge contact committee. A past Freshman Council advisor, Ann has served on the University " Y " cabinet and has been chairman of the Campus Affairs Committee. Page 500 v C JVS Above Left: An Arts and Sciences assemblywoman, Elizabeth Anne Clark is a senior Plan II major from Dallas. She has served as activities chairman and warden for Alpha Chi Omega sorority. A member of Orange Jackets and Cordettes, she was Engineering Corps sponsor and has received the Outstanding Freshman Council Advisor Award. She has served two years on the Challenge hospitality committee, a University " Y " Campus Bowl committee member, and a Union Student-Faculty Committee member. She has been publicity chairman for Campus Chest and Campus Affairs Committee chairman. Betsy was chosen a 1966 Cactus Good- fellow. Above Right: A Texas Cowboy, Tommy Neal Cowan is a senior architecture student from Austin. An active member of the Longhorn Band, he has served as president, vice- president, and fourth councilor. Pledge class president of Kappa Kappa Psi, Tommy has been Tejas Club historian and a member of the American Institute of Architects. Elected to the Friar Society, Tommy is also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa and Order of the Alcalde. He was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Left: Jo Lynn Cunningham is a senior home economics major from Junction. Elected to Mortar Board, she has been president of Scottish Scholars, vice-president of Omicron Nu. and first vice-president of Kappa Delta Pi. An active mem- ber of the Home Economics Chapter, Jo Lynn has served as historian, parliamentarian, and first vice-president. ' She has been state president and historian of the Texas Home Economics College chapters. Jo Lynn was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow, an Outstanding Young Woman of Amer- ica, and the state Home Economist of the Year. Right: James Vinson Derrick is a senior government student from Houston. He has served as president, rush chairman, and intramurals chairman of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Jim has been elected to Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Alcalde, and Pi Sigma Alpha. He has served the Interfra- ternity Council as chairman . of its freshman tutorial com- mittee and member of the Code of Conduct. A member of the Texas Union Executive Council, he was chairman of the Campus Competitions Committee and served ' on the Film Committee and faculty-student parking committee. Below Right: An electrical engineering student from McKin- ney, Jim Harold Derryberry has been on the Student Assem- bly two terms. A past vice-president of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, he has been elected to Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, and Order of Alcalde. He has been a member of the S tudent Engineering Council three years, an Engineering Fellow, and a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Jim has served on the Interdisciplinary Retreats Steering Committee, Texas Today and Tomorrow Steering Committee, Texas Union Student-Faculty Committee, and the Southwest Con- ference Sportsmanship Committee. Below Left: Lloyd Doggett is a senior business major from Austin. He has served as College of Business Administration assemblyman and president and vice-president of the Ora- torical Association. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha frater- nity, Lloyd has been a member of the Texas Union Council and Union Leadership Board. He is a three-year recipient of a varsity debate letter and has received the Luther Stark Award. Maintaining a 2.8 grade point average at the Uni- versity, Lloyd has been elected to Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Kappa Phi, and Omicron Delta Kappa. k. Above Left: A member of the Arts and Sciences Council, Edwin Dorn is a senior government major from Houston. He has served on the Board of Directors for College House, and has been active as a student assemblyman, Freshman Orientation advisor, and member of Praetorian Guard. Ed has been elected to Friar Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Order of Alcalde. He has received the Chicago Tribune Military Science Award. Above Right: William Dan Driscoll is a senior math major from Austin and a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. Elected to Omicron Delta Kappa, he has been captain of the varsity tennis team and a letterman two years. Bill has received the " T " Association Award for Most Valuable Varsity Tennis Player. Maintaining a 2.81 grade point average at the Uni- versity, he has been elected to Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Kappa Phi. Left: President of the Students ' Association, Clif Drummond is a senior pharmacy major from Hamlin. An Alpha Phi Omega officer three years, he has received the APO Dis- tinguished Service Award. He has been president and a national executive officer of Kappa Psi. Clif served on the Pharmacy Council four years, the Texas Union Leadership Board, Texas Union Board of Directors three years, and Texas Student Publications Board two years. A Silver Spur officer, he has served on Texas Today and Tomorrow and has been chairman of the Student-Faculty Conference Com- mittee. Clif, a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, has been elected to Friar Society, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Order of Alcalde. Page 503 Above Left: Harvey Radnor Eanes is a graduate educational psychology student from Beaumont. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, Rad has been a graduate assembly- man, he has been a Freshman Council advisor, Summer Orientation advisor, and Operation Brainpower Committee chairman. He has served on the Texas Union Executive Council, has been Union Speakers Committee chairman, and has received the Texas Union Leadership Award. Rad has been elected to Friar Society, Phi Eta Sigma, Psi Chi, and has served as vice-president of Order of Alcalde. Above Right: Tom Jordan Gentry, an electrical engineering student, is from Big Spring. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, Tom has served on the Interfraternity Council as chairman of the T.F.C. Code of Conduct Committee and a member of the Rush Committee. Tom has been an Out- standing Freshman Council Advisor, Summer Orientation advisor, student assemblyman, and secretary of the Student Engineering Council. He has served on the Executive Coun- cil and as Rowel Class Officer for Silver Spurs. An Engi- neering Fellow, he has been elected to Tau Beta Pi, and Eta Kappa Nu, and secretary-treasurer of Order of Alcalde. Right: An architecture student, I. Frank Genzer is a senior from Houston. A member of Alpha Rho Chi fraternity, he has served as scholarship chairman, secretary, treasurer, and colonization chairman. Elected to Sphinx, Frank has served the Associated Student Chapters of the American Institute of Architects as regional director, national confer- ence chairman, and executive council member. He has served as Round-Up showcase chairman and alumni newsletter correspondent for the School of Architecture. Page 504 Left: David Michael Gregory, a senior business major from Denton, has been active in the Texas Union and Texas Cowboys. He has served as publicity chairman for the Cowboy Minstrels and Round-Up Barbeque chairman. An Outstanding Freshman Council Advisor, Mike has served two years on the Visiting Fellows Committee, Union Speakers Committee. Union Special Projects Committee, and as co- chairman of Round-Up Showcase. A member of Tejas Club, Mike has served as president of Omicron Delta Kappa and was elected to Order of Alcalde. Below Left: A senior education student from Houston, Paula Kay Harlan has been first vice-president and pledge trainer of Alpha Phi sorority. She has been active in Orange Jackets, Operation Brainpower, and the University " Y " tutoring program. She has served as president of the College of Education Student Faculty Council, a Freshman Orienta- tion advisor, and dorm advisor. A member of the Texas Union Executive Council, she has served on the Union House Committee, Round-Up Steering Committee, the Elec- tion Commission, and as Union Fine Arts Committee chair- man. Kay was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Below Right: Jim Tom Haynes is a second-year law student from Eagle Pass. He has served as president of the Inter- national Law Society, and as a Justice in the Student Court. A Rio Grande College House member, he has served as chairman of the Human Relations Committee and on Chan- cellor Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet. A member of the Texas Student Leader Seminar in Chile and the Texas-Guanajuato Law Student Exchange Program, he has studied on a fellow- ship at the University of Chile. Jim has been elected to Phi Delta Phi legal honorary. Right: Editor of the 1967 Cactus yearbook, Janis Mae Hughen is a senior interior design major from Houston. Active on the Cactus for four years, she has served as athletics, features, and organizations sections editor. A for- mer Freshman Council committee chairman, Janis also has served on the Campus Chest Steering Committee, Campus Chest Auctin chairman, and as freshman and upperclassmen dorm advisor. Janis has been an active member of the American Institute of Interior Designers and the Home Economics Chapter. Below Left: A member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, Ed- ward Hyman is a senior mechanical engineering major from San Angelo. He has been an active member of the Student Engineering Council, serving as president, vice-president, and treasurer. A student assemblyman, Ed has served as chairman of the Senior Cabinet and vice-chairman of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. A member of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers for three years, he has been elected to Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, and Order of Alcalde. Below Right: Michael Hope James is a government major from Dallas. President of Mortar Board, Mike has been a member of Orange Jackets and a student assemblyman. She has served as Interdisciplinary Retreat Committee chairman, Chancellor Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet member, and Texas- Chile Student Leader Exchange member. A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, she has received its best pledge and outstanding member awards. Mike was a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow and Bluebonnet Belle. . v 1 Left: President of the Texas Union Council, David Roy Lambert is a senior business major from Garland. A mem- ber of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, he has served as chairman of Texas Today and Tomorrow, chairman of the Union Board of Directors, vice-president of Union Council, and a member of Chancellor Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet. David has been elected to Friar Society, Omicron Delta Kappa, and. Order of Alcalde. A recipient of the Texas Union Leadership Award and the Mike Flynn Award, he also was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Below Left: An active member of Alpha Phi Omega service organization, Charles Allen Marsh is a senior pre-medical student from San Antonio. He has served as APO president, administrative vice-president, and treasurer. A member of Longhorn Singers, Charles has been active as chairman of the Election Commission and Student Health Committee member. Elected to Alpha Epsilon Delta, he has received the APO Distinguished Service Award. Below Right: A senior pre-medical student, Robert Keene O ' Bryan is from Alamogordo, New Mexico. A member of Texas Cowboys and tri-captain of the varsity track team, he has been a member of the University Inter-Religious Coun- cil, University Skin and Scuba Diving Club, and served on the Challenge publicity committee. Maintaining a 2.741 grade point average at the University, Bob has been elected to Friar Society, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, " T " Association, and was selected " Letterman of the Year. " Page 507 Above Left: Terry W. Peterson is a graduate student in educational psychology from Houston. A member of the University " Y " Cabinet he has served as executive vice- president and board of director member. Member-at-large of the Texas Union Executive Council, he has been chairman of the Union Entertainment Committee, director of Round- Up Revue, Campus Chest Dimes Day chairman, and Student Activities Evaluation Committee member. Terry has served as Challenge co-ordinator and a member of Chancellor Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet. Elected to Friar Society, Order of Alcalde, and Omicron Delta Kappa, Terry was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Above Right: James Hughes Price is a graduate student from Arlington. A graduate assemblyman, he has been chairman of the Texas Union graduate program, a member of the Texas Union Council, a member of the Student- Faculty Discipline Committee, and chairman of the Campus Affairs Committee. A Freshman Orientation advisor, Jim has been active in Alpha Chi Sigma and in the Professional Interfraternity Council. He has received the American Chem- ical Society Outstanding Senior Award and has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Phi Lambda Upsilon. Right: Carol Ann Rulfs is a junior Plan II major from Houston. She has been active as president of Spooks, a member of Orange Jackets, dorm advisor chairman, and president of the All-Campus Upperclass Advisors. A student assemblywoman, Carol has been a Freshman Council and Orientation advisor, and has served on the Challenge recep- tion committee, the University " Y " committee on counseling, and the student committee on orientation procedures. Carol was chosen a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow and received the Marjorie Darilek Award. Page 508 Left: President of Panhellenic Council, Glenna Margaret Schroeder is a junior micro-biology major from Fort Worth. An active member of Chi Omega sorority, she has served as pledge class vice-president, junior and senior Panhellenic representative, and Panhellenic Sing-Song chairman. Glenna has served on the Texas Union Council, Texas Union Leader- ship Board, and Union Student-Faculty Committee. Below Left: Terry Oliver Tottenham is a senior pharmacy student from Brenham. He has served as treasurer and pledge class president of Kappa Psi pharmacy fraternity and executive committee member and president of the Long- horn Pharmaceutical Association. A member of the Phar- macy Council two years, Terry has been a Student Health Committee member and College of Pharmacy Course Eval- uation Committee chairman. A dean ' s list student for three years, he has been elected to Rho Chi and Phi Kappa Phi. Below Right: Merry Nell Van Fleet, a senior education major from Houston, has served as scholarship chairman, pledge trainer, and chaplain of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. An Orange Jackets officer, Merry Nell has been active as Fresh- man Council, Summer Orientation, and dorm advisor. She has served as chairman of the World Student Involvement Committee, a student assemblywoman, and as a member of the Discipline Pool and Faculty-Student Conference Commit- tee. A 1966 Cactus Goodfellow, Merry Nell participated in the Texas-Chilean Student Leader seminar. Page 509 Left: A senior government student from Amarillo, David Farnsworth Webb is a varsity track letterman, member of the " T " Association, and past captain of the varsity cross country team. A member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity, he has served as scholarship chairman. Maintaining a 2.6 grade point average, David has been co-chairman of Chal- lenge publication committee and has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, and Phi Eta Sigma. m Right: Beverly Jean Wright is a senior English and govern- ment major from Austin. A member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, she was a student assemblywoman, chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee of the Students ' Associa- tion, and a member of the Student-Faculty Conference Com- mittee and Orange Jackets. Beverly has been Challenge Coordinator and a member of University " Y " Counseling Committee, Orientation Procedures Committee, Interdiscip- linary Retreat, and Student Life Seminars on Housing. She was a 1966 Cactus Goodfellow. Above: GE College Bowl Team received life membership in the Ex-Students ' Association. Left to Right: Buford Franklin Taylor, Barbara Anne Carroll, Col. D. Harold Byrd, recipient of the 1966 Distinguished Alumnus Award; Carl Dwight Clark, Thomas Hazen Edwards, Norman Melton Bonner, Jr. The team members also received appreciation awards from the Students ' - Association at Round-Up. Page 510 Across %le !a2.6 of OB!- to Phi 1 N Above: ELEANOR CORLESS BEASLEY, Spooks Vice-President, Orange Jackets Secretary, Co-Chairman Orientation Procedures Committee. Right: NANCY BERNARD, Spooks Service Chairman, Orange Jackets, Angel Flight. 1967 GOODFELLOWS The selection of the 1967 Goodfellows was made by a committee of deans and student representatives from nom- inations received from student organizations and individuals. The Goodfellows were selected on the basis of their campus participation, personality, leadership, and general " all around GOODFELLOW " characteristics. They were required to be at least a second semester sophomore to be considered for the honor. Students are ineligible to receive the Goodfellow Award more than once. Left: MARY KATHRYN ASHWORTH, Spooks Pledge Trainer, Kinsolving Dorm Advisors Chairman, Campus Competitions Committee. Below JUDY KAREN BAREFIELD, Orange Jackets, Chilean Ex- change Seminar Participant, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Page 511 Right: DAN HARVE BLANKS, Texas Cowboys, IFC Code of Conduct, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Be- low: JERRY D. BOX, Texas Union Vice-President, Texas Union Leadership Board Chairman, Challenge Steering Committee. Above: CHRISTOPHER DAVIS BRAY, Varsity Foot- ball, Texas Cowboys, Co-Chairman Orientation Proce- dures Committee. Left: JUDY KATHRYN BYRD, Cordettes Commander, Spooks, Orange Jackets. Page 512 Below: BROWNIE SUE CASHION, Spooks, Fresh- man Orientation Advisor, Bluebonnet Belle. Left: CHARLES MICHAEL DICKEY, Tejas Club Presi- dent, MUN Under-Secretary General, Challenge Steering Committee. Above: CAROLYN JEAN DU BOSE, Orange Jackets, Orientation Procedures Committee, Angel Flight Pledge Trainer. Right: SUSAN ELIZABETH EPPS, Spooks Corresponding Secretary, Orange Jackets, Orientation Procedures Committee, Kinsolving Dorm Advisor. Page 513 Right: CAROLYN ESTES, Orange Jackets, Orienta- tion Procedures Committee, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Below: JERRY RICHARD GRAMMER, Texas Cowboys, Student Assemblyman, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Right: RICHARD EARL GREEN, Silver Spurs Presi- dent, IFC Secretary, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Left: BARBARA R. HIGLEY, Texas Union Executive Council, Southern Singers President, Union Entertain- ment Committee Chairman. Page 514 Right: LAFE DYSON HILL, Cactus Associate Editor, Daily Texan Copy Desk, Order of Alcalde. Below: JOYCE ANN INGRAM, Student Engineering Council Secretary, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Secretary, SRD Dorm Advisor. I Above: NANCY LYNNE JOSTES, Panhellenic Presi- dent, Alpha Lambda Delta Secretary-Treasurer, Central Round-Up Committee. Left: ROSTAM M. KAVOUSSI, American Society of Mechanical Engineers President, Student Engineering Council, MUN, Engineering Fel- low. Page 515 Left: LARRY ARNOLD KRASNER, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association Special Projects Chairman, Pharmacy Council, American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion President. Below: GLENDA LAZARUS, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board Secretary, Student Assembly- Above: BARRY H. MARGOLIS, Texas Student Publications Board, IFC Vice-President, CBA As- semblyman, Silver Spurs. Right: RONALD WILLIAM MASSEY, Texas Union Council President, Round-Up Co-Chairman, Texas Today and Tomorrow Committee. Page 516 Below: MARY ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY, Chal- lenge Co-Ordinator, " Y " Steering Committee, Omicron Nu. Left: KEITH DEAVER MOORE, Tejas Club Business Manager, Texas Cowboys, Orientation Pro- cedures Committee, Junior Fellows. Right: DOT NELSON, Orange Jackets Service Chair- man, Varsity Cheerleader, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Above: RICHARD ALAN NICHOLAS, APO President, Election Commission Chairman, Union House Committee. Page 517 Left: CAROLYN ANITA NICHOLS, Daily Texan Managing Editor, Theta Sigma Phi, Student Associa- tion Evaluation Committee. Below: DOROTHY LOUISE PLUMMER, Co-Chairman of Round-Up, Union Dance Committee Chairman, Navy ROTC Sweetheart, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Above: ROBERT JAY REINING, A S Council, Texas Union Council, Union Student Faculty Committee Chairman, Round-Up Parade Chairman. Right: ROB- IN RITCHIE, Mortar Board, Most Outstanding Co-Op Woman, Inter-Co-Op Council Social Chairman, Round-Up Showcase Committee. Page 518 j Left: PAVLOS X. ROUSSOS, Silver Spurs, Inter- national Club President, Hellenic Circle President, Texas Union Council. Below: DIANNE RUSH, Stu- dent Assemblywoman, Orientation Procedures Com- mittee, Spooks Historian, Orange Jackets, Texas Union Council, Bluebonnet Belle. Right: JOE LEE STUBBLEFIELD, Sphinx Vice- President, Architecture Assemblyman, Architecture Council. Above: ROBERT LEWIS THOMPSON, A S Assemblyman, Orientation Procedures Commit- tee, Operation Brainpower, Order of Alcalde Secretary- Treasurer. 1 Below: JAMES WILLIAM TURNER, Student As- semblyman, CBA Council Vice-President, Debate Team, Omicron Delta Kappa. Left: EVA JEANNE WEHMEYER, University of Texas Sweetheart, Long- horn Band Texas Star, Cordettes, Freshman Orienta- tion Advisor. GOODFELLOWS STILL IN SCHOOL John Lewis Adams Joan Carol Amacker Judith Elaine Ballard Ginger Carroll Bernard Genie Brackenridge Thomas Oswell Brightman Sara Virginia Bullock James Eddy Burk William Dan Burleson George David Carlock Tommy Drew Cauthorn Elizabeth Ann Clark Patricia Jane Clements Tommy Neal Cowan Jo Lynn Cunningham Jim Harold Derryberry Edwin Dorn Charles Clay Doyle Clif W. Drummond Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff Marilyn Frances Friedman John Catlett Goodman Janet Rose Goren Walter Martin Hall William Earl Halstead, Jr. Paula Kay Harlan Jill Annette Harris Oliver Samuel Heard Terryl Lynn Hobbs Jack Le Roy Howe, Jr. Michael Hope James Mary Claire Koeppe Bruce Arthur Kowert Nancy Louise Kowert Margaret Lucile Koy David Roy Lambert James Conrad Lederer Charles Stevenson Leeper Meredith Mitchell Dwight Oliver Monteith Larry Allen Muenzler George Jack Nachman David Knight Northington Gary Richard O ' Connor Patrick Oxford Terry W. Peterson Aubrey Lee Pettit David Clyde Pomeroy Eleanor Beyea Pomeroy Jerome Lee Powell Michael Earl Powell Richard Romo Sharon Sue Rountree Wiley Barry Rountree Carol Ann Rulfs James Benton Rylander Richard Henry Schroeder Julia Fu Shaw Glenn Edwin Staats Nancy Kay Stroup Merry Nell Van Fleet Teresa Wang Beverly Jean Wright Above: MAROLYN WITTMAN, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Visiting Fellows Committee Co-Chair- man, Texas Union Leadership Board, Freshman Orien- tation Advisor. Left: CHARLES PHILIP ZLATKO- VICH, APO Secretary-Treasurer, Union Travel Board, Beta Alpha Psi, Order of Alcalde. Page 520 ACADEMICS -. b.. . . -. -1 , ADMINISTRATION Edited by Janis Mae Hughen Page 521 till r E GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS JOHN B. CONNALLY Page 522 FRANK CRAIG ERWIN JR., Chairman of The Board of Regents. THE BOARD OF REGENTS Governor JoKn B. Connally and the Texas Legislature headed the state administration of Texas education and its state supported colleges and universities which included The University of Texas System. Capably administered by Chancellor Harry Huntt Ransom, The University of Texas System increased in size and scope. A growing enrollment was matched by growth in facilities and in academic achieve- ment. The nine member Board of Regents was responsible for the overseeing and planning for the Main University and its nine branches including 47,000 students. The Development Board worked closely with the Regents to solicit private funds for the Texas System. These private contributions made possible the recruitment of distinguished scholars, the acquisition of library collections, student fi- nancial aid, and the development of more research labora- tories and equipment. W. H. Bauer, Port Lavaca Walter P. Brenan, San Antonio H. F. Connally Jr., M.D., Waco Frank C. Erwin Jr., Austin W. W. Heath, Austin, Retired Chairman Frank N. Ikard, Wichita Falls Mrs. J. Lee Johnson III, Fort Worth Jack S. Josey, Houston Levi A. Olan, Dallas Betty Anne Thedford, Secretary Lejt to Right: Olan, Brenan, Erwin, Ikard, Heath, Josey, Johnson, Bauer, Connally. Page 523 CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HARRY HUNTT RANSOM Wot; Page 524 B. D. ORGAIN, Vice-Chairman and PRESTON SHIRLEY, Chairman. THE DEVELOPMENT BOARD The University of Texas Development Board is the agency of The University of Texas responsible to the Chancellor and through him to the Board of Regents for all private fund development for the entire University System. The Board established in 1939 by the Regents is com- posed of prominent citizens who voluntarily devote time and effort to the welfare of the University. The Board members are named by the Executive Council of the Ex- Students ' Association and by the Board of Regents, including one who is a member of the Board of Regents. The Chancel- lor of the University is an ex-officio member of the Board. BOARD MEMBERS Hines H. Baker, Houston Edward Clark, Austin Ernest Cockrell Jr., Houston H. H. Coffield, Rockdale L. L. Colbert, Detroit, Mich. Joe M. Dealey, Dallas Mrs. Charles K. Devall, Kilgore Jack S. Josey, Houston Wales H. Madden Jr., Amarillo Ralph H. McCullough, Houston J. Mark McLaughlin, San Angelo J. Francis Mo rgan, El Paso E. G. Morrison, Austin J. M. Odom, Austin B. D. Orgain, Beaumont Charles N. Prothro, Wichita Falls Harry Ransom, Austin Tom Sealy, Midland Preston Shirley, Galveston John P. Thompson, Dallas Dan C. Williams, Dallas Mrs. Robert F. Windfohr, Fort Worth Gus S. Wortham, Houston Left to Right: RAYMOND CLYDE THOMPSON, Assistant Di- rector; WILLIAM DAVID BLUNK, Executive Director; CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN, Associate Director; ARNO NOWOTNY, Con- sultant on Development. Page 525 V. Right: NORMAN HACKERMAN, Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Professor of Chemistry. Below Right: CHARLES A. LE MAISTRE, Vice- Chancellor for Health Affairs. Page 526 Left: LAURENCE D. HASKEW, Vice-Chancellor for Special Projects and Professor of Educational Ad- ministration. VICE-CHANCELLORS Left: GRAVES W. LANDRUM, Vice-Chancellor for Staff Operations. Below Left: RAYMOND WOODROW VOWELL, Vice- Chancellor for Public Affairs. Above: EVERITT DONALD WALKER, Vice-Chan- cellor for Business Affairs. Page 527 ADMINISTRATION Right: CHARLES HERMAN SPARENBERG, Comp- troller. Below: GEORGE KOZMETSKY, Executive Associate for Economic Affairs, Dean of College of Business Administration, Professor of Management. Below: WILLIAM WOODROW STEWART, Endow- ment Officer, Office of Investments, Trusts and Lands. Left: FLOYD O. SHELTON, Executive Director of Investments, Trusts, and Lands. Page 528 OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Left: JOSEPH C. KENNEDY, Director of University Personnel Office, System Personnel Advisor. Below: V. E. JACK THOMPSON, Director of Facilities, Planning, and Construction. Left: FRANK D. GRAYDON, Budget Officer, Office of the Chancellor, Associate Professor of Accounting. Above: BURNELL WALDREP, University Attorney. Right: WILLIAM EDWARD KEYS, Director of Uni- versity News and Information Service. Below: JOE WEST NEAL, Director of International Office, Lec- turer in Government. A Left: CARL J. ECKHARDT, Director of Physical Plant, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Above: GRADY CLARENCE STARNES, Auditor. Page 530 ADMINISTRATION OF THE MAIN UNIVERSITY Lejt: F. C. McCONNELL, Director of Division of Housing and Food Service. Below Lejt: JAMES H. COLVIN, Business Manager, Main University. Below: ALEXANDER MOFFIT, University Li- brarian. Page 531 DEAN OF STUDENTS STAFF Left: JOHN HERSHEL DODSON, Director of Student Financial Aids. Below: GORDON V. ANDERSON, Direc- tor, Testing and Counseling Center, Professor of Educa- tional Psychology. i Above: PAUL L. WHITE, M.D., Director, Student Health Center. Right: H. MALCOLM MACDONALD, Daison Officer for ROTC, Professor of Government. Page 532 Left: JACK HOLLAND, Dean of Stu- dents. Above: WILLIAM THOMAS BELT, Co-ordinator of Orien- tation. Right: W. BYRON SHIPP, Registrar and Director of Admissions. Page 533 MARGARET PECK, Dean of Women ' : DEAN OF WOMEN The Staff of the Dean of Women is responsible for the administration and coordination of specific areas of student life, particularly those related to the interests and welfare of women students. In this coordination, the Staff works with students, faculty, and the administration sharing respon- sibility for student success in academic and co-curricular areas of student life. In addition to daily work with individual students and general student life, each staff member has special areas of responsibility as a Student Group Advisor. These areas encompass such interests as scholastic honoraries; service organizations; University Orientation; student-faculty-staff committees; Symposia and discussion groups; councils of the Women ' s Cooperative Houses, Panhellenic, an d Upper- class Advisors. The Staff works with student housing in the belief that a housing environment which reflects the educational pur- poses of the University contributes to the development of mature citizens and leaders. In the women ' s dormitories the Dean of Women ' s staff sponsors a program of peer advising through a council of 260 upperclass women. Through continual counseling with individual students and student leaders, the Staff endeavors to create an environ- ment in which students may assume increasing responsi- bility, may experience the values of self-discipline, and may achieve major intellectual and personal goals. Le t to Right: FRANCES LITTLE McMATH, special housing co- ordinator; DOROTHY W. DEAN, Panhellenic Council and Orien- tation ro-ordinator; MARY RUTH SMITH, Upperclass Advisors and Co-operative residences co-ordinator; MARGARET BERRY, special research study. Page 534 Left to Right: EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Coordinator of Student Activities; DAVID HILDRETH THOMAS, Student Group Advisor; FRANK B. CAMPBELL, Student Group Advisor. DEAN OF MEN The Staff of the Dean of Men has a wide range of respon- sibilities in student life at the University. Specific areas of responsibility include Fraternities, Housing, Student Organ- izations, Discipline, and the enforcement of Parking and Traffic regulations. Students and their families turn to the Dean of Men ' s Office for counseling and information in these and other areas related to University life. In addition, staff members serve on faculty-student committees and as advisors to several student groups. The faculty and staff turn to the office for information and assistance in matters relating to University policy and procedure in student organizations, fraternities and clubs, housing, discipline and traffic. Students have found that the general information pro- vided by this office is most helpful, and they can also look to the office for referrals to the appropriate office for more specific information. ; LAWRENCE TURNER FRANKS, Dean of Men Page 535 EX-STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION JACK RUSSELL MAGUIRE, Executive Director The Lila B. Etter Alumni Center is the home of one of the oldest organizations on the campus, The Ex-Students ' Association. Organized in 1885, only two years after the University opened its doors, the Association is the independent organ- ization through which more than 200,000 Texas Exes serve their alma mater. An 18-member staff directs the alumni program, including more than one hundred Texas Exes Clubs throughout the world. The Ex-Students ' Association ' s services to the University vary. It recruits students through its " Operation Brain- power " program. It interprets the University ' s problems and aspirations to the people of Texas through its " Operation Information " program. And its sizeable Loan Funds and Scholarship Program annually benefit more than 150 stu- dents. The Association also contributes thousands of dollars of unrestricted funds to the University each year. This money represents all of the profits from campus vending machines and the concessions at athletic events. These funds are used by the University for fellowships, scholarships, and pro- grams of excellence for which tax funds are not available. More than 22.000 Texas Exes make these activities pos- sible by the payment of dues to the Association. In return for their support, Association members receive a subscrip- tion to the alumni magazine, the ALCALDE; the oppor- tunity to purchase football tickets in advance of the general public; free privileges in all University libraries, and many other benefits. Affairs of the Ex-Students ' Association are governed by a 46-member Executive Council elected by the members. The full-time staff is headed by Jack Maguire, executive director since 1956. T Above: CHARLES COATES, President. Right: Seated: CAROLE JONES, Secre- tary; LORAINE M. JACKSON, Administra- tive Assistant; PAT MAGUIRE, Managing Editor, Alcalde. Standing: CHARLES SCHNEIDER, Spring Business Manager; ROY VAUGHAN, Field Representative. Page 536 Top: The University Writings Collections. Academic Center, Room 1. Above: RICHARD T. FLEMING, Founder collector and Curator of the Writings Collections. UNIVERSITY WRITINGS COLLECTIONS Published writings of students, ex-students and members of the faculty have been issued since the first ' session of The University of Texas in 1883. Although these items were available in various libraries on campus, they have now been focused into a single representative collection, which is colloquially termed the University Writings Collections. The wide range and depth of the interest, skills, and arts of the Collection ' s writer groups is shown by their diversity of subject matter. Printed volumes, reprints, scholarly jour- nals, technical publications, monographs, and official pub- lications of the University are included. Undergraduate writings comprising student newspapers, magazines, and the Cactus yearbook are available for use in the library, which is located in the Undergraduate Library and Academic Cen- ter ground floor. An exhaustive bibliography of ex-students, and faculty writings is maintained. A permanent and expanding collec- tion is sought. All items are welcomed. The sole requisite is that the writings be that of someone who was at one time a student or on the faculty of the University. The project has been planned and executed by volunteers, who con- tribute time and materials to the undertaking. The collec- tions are maintained permanently as the Richard T. Flem- ing Library of the University of Texas Writers. He was the founder in 1961 and has remained as the collector and cura- tor of the Project. He graduated in Arts Sciences, 1912 and Law, 1915. Page 537 DADS ' ASSOCIATION CURRENT OFFICERS: Front Row: George A. Musselman, Allan Bailey, Rex G. Baker Jr., President, Robert P. Doherty Jr., Arthur P. Duggan Jr. Back Row: George H. Marsh, Treasurer, W. D. Blunk, Secretary, Hayden W. Head, David C. Hull, Lester Foran, H. Macon Boddy, George Wil- liamson Jr. Not Pictured: Joiner Cartwright, H. Ben Decherd Jr., Judge Joe J. Fisher, Richard A. Gump, Jack C. Staley. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: John B. Armstrong, Kingsville Dr. N. L. Barker, Paris James G. Blanchette Jr., Dallas Dr. G. V. Brindley Jr., Temple James R. Cochran, Lubbock Dr. Thomas C. Cole, Huntsville John W. Crutchfield, Corpus Christi J. Phillips Cunningham, Wichita Falls Herbert J. Frensley, Houston Dr. Francis Garbade, Galveston Dr. Richard B. Grant jr., Bryan William A. Griffis Jr., San Angelo A. G. Hill, Dallas Dr. E. K. Jones, Amarillo George W. Leonard Jr., Sweetwater C. K. Loomis, Longview George P. Morril, Beeville William J. Murray Jr., Austin Adrian I. Patton, Houston Corbin J. Robertson, Houston John T. Steen, San Antonio Dr. W. Kenneth Thurmond, Fort Worth W. Marvin Watson, Washington, D.C. PAST PRESIDENTS AND HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS: Front Row: Dr. Courtney M. Townsend, E. G. Morrison, Dr. C. M. Phillips, John W. Hampton, Harry W. Ferguson, Dr. Hamilton Ford. Back Row: Howard T. Cox, Allen Cowden, Stanley M. Erskine, Bob Armstrong, Dr. J. B. Heath, Col. Homer Garrison Jr., Col. D. Harold Byrd. Not Pictured: Richard W. Blalock, J. K. Butler, J. Brown Cutbirth, Jack S. Josey, J. Clyde Tomlinson, Harry C. Webb, Gail Whitcomb. Page 538 FACULTY Edited by Linda Lou Hasten Page 539 John Alton Burdine, Dean A COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES The College of Arts and Sciences, as the largest educa- tional unit in The University of Texas at Austin, enrolls more than forty per cent of the student body of some 27,000 members and teaches approximately seventy per cent of all semester hours offered. Its 600-member faculty is about one half of the General Faculty, and graduate students serving as Teaching Associates and Teaching Assist- ants augment this regular staff. The College of Arts and Sciences offers instruction in the broad f ields of the sciences, the humanities, and the social sciences. The purpose of this instruction is to give to the student an understanding of himself, of his cultural and historical heritage, of the world and the universe in which he lives, and of the intricate and complex relations that exist among men in society. The goals are the enrichment of the human mind, the development of intellectual inde- pendence and curiosity, and a knowledge of moral and ethical values as reflected in human progress. I Front Row: Lorrin G. Kennamer, associate dean; Arthur Milton Cory, assistant dean; Henry Rudolf Henze, director of Premedical and Predental Programs. Back Row: James Alfred Hilt, assistant dean; James R. Roach, director of Special Programs; Vernon T. Schuhardt, associate director of Premedical and Predental Programs. AS Page 540 ANTHROPOLOGY Front Row: Edward Mott Davis, J. Gilbert McAllister, Dee Ann Arthur Hopkins, Jeremiah Fain Epstein, William W. Newcomb Jr., Richard Newbold Adams, chairman. Third Row. Thomas Nolan Campbell, Richard Paul Schaedel, Symmes Chadwick Oliver, Peter Michael Gardner, Robert Alan Fernea. Not Pictured: Ira Richard Story, Anthony Leeds, Henry Anderson Selby. Second Row: Nicholas Buchler, John Bilheimer Cornell, Americo Paredes. ASTRONOMY Front Row: Frank Norman Edmonds Jr., Gerard Henri De Vaucou- leurs, Harlan J. Smith, chairman. Back Row: William H. Jefferys III, James N. Douglas, Terence J. Deeming, Neville J. Woolf, Andrew T. Young, Charles L. Seeger. Not Pictured: Robert G. Tull. Page 541 a BOTANY Front Row: Billie Lee Turner, Harold Charles Bold, chairman. Second Row: Robert Lawrence Airth, W. Gordon Whaley, Ralph Eugene Alston, Irwin Spear, Richard Malcolm Brown Jr., Thomas J. Mabry. Third Row: Constantine John Alexopoulos, Howard Joseph Arnott, Marshall Conring Johnston, Donald Alfred Larson, David Paul Bloch, Walter Varian Brown. ' b n E( CHEMISTRY Front Row: Norman Hackerman, Gilbert Haven Ayres, Royston M. Roberts, William Albert Noyes Jr., William Shive, chairman, Robert E. Eakin, Lewis F. Hatch. Second Row: Henry Rudolf Henze, James E. Boggs, Nina Matheny Roscher, Leon 0. Morgan, Allen J. Bard, Lynn B. Rodewald, Daniel M. Ziegler, George Barrie Kitto, Alan H. Cowley, John Carl Gilbert, William Cecil Gardiner. Third Row: Stanley Harold Simonsen, Joseph J. Lagowski, Philip S. Bailey, Rowland Pettit, Stephen E. Webber, M. Lawrence Ellzey Jr., Michael Ivan Davis, Boyd Archer Hardesty, Alan S. Wingrove, Raymond Edward Davis, William Hampton Wade. f ' :- G : I I Ma, Ijtll, Page 542 -- CLASSICS Front Row: Margaret Anne MacDonald, John P. Sullivan, C. J. Herington, chairman; George Doig, Elaine Kimball, Darlene Whitten. Second Row: N. Ricky Heatley, K. F. C. Rose, R. David Armstrong, John Guion, Oscar W. Reinmuth, Samuel Carlcton. Third Row: Caterina Kerenyi, James R. Wiseman, G. Karl Galinsky, Fred C. Mench Jr., James Pearce. Fourth Row: Robert L. Wind, Michael Shaw, Tommie Lee, James A. Hitt, Gareth Morgan, David Butterfield. Fifth Row: Harry C. Avery, Kweku Garbrah, Edward V. George, William H. Hess, G. Zuntz. Not Pictured: William Arrowsmith, Thomas Gould, H. J. Leon, James W. MacDonald, Victor Schramm, James Scott. ECONOMICS Front Row: Benjamin Howard Higgins, Walter C. Neale, Carey Carter Thompson, chairman; Clarence Edwin Ayres. Back Row: Wendell C. Gordon, Niles Maurice Hansen, Billy Joe Colwell, Robert James Lawrence, Forest G. Hill, Vernon M. Briggs, Herbert Hugo Liebhafsky, Daniel Croxton Morgan Jr. PI ENGLISH Front Row: William Owen Sheppard Sutherland Jr., Ambrose Gordon Jr., David Joseph DeLaura, Alan Warren Friedman, Donald A. Petesch, F. G. Stoddard, Philip Leonard Handler, Joseph E. Kruppa. Second Row: Joseph Jay Jones, John Denis Barrett, Palmer Winslow Wright, William Burton Todd, James Bernard Ayres, Max Roger Westbrook, Norman Kittrell Farmer Jr., Frank Hallam Lyell, Joseph Evans Slate. Third Row: Clifford John Ronan, Karl Ames, Gerald Langford, Donald Joseph Coughlin, Alexander H. Sackton, Thomas Mabry Cranfill, Rudolph Willard, Robert Henry Wilson, Edward Garland Fletcher, Thomas Marshall West. Fourth Row: Americo Paredes, Joseph Fetler Malof, Robert Gray Twombly, Marti Goodwin, Kay Diane Clark Lee, Peggy Wylene Plummer, Frances B. Bridges, Dorothy Jane Rattey, Ruth P. M. Lehmann, Wilson Mathis Hudson Jr. Fifth Row: Mody C. Boatright, T. G. Steffan, Martin Michael Crow, Daniel Morley McKeithan, F. Warren Roberts, Edwin Turner Bowden, Clarence Lee Cline, chairman; Arthur Milton Cory, Louis John Casimir Jr. Sixth Row: Robert William Lewis Jr., Rudolph Charles Troike, Gordon H. Mills, John Arnold Walter, Powell Stewart, Anthony Channell Hilfer, Roy Vance Ramsey, Thomas Bacon Whitbread, M. Lawrence Miller, Samuel E. Vandiver. Page 543 GEOGRAPHY Front Row: Lorrin Garfield Kennaraer, chairman; Palmyra Vazde Monteiro. Back Row: Robert Kenneth Holz, James M. Houston, Paul Ward English, Donald Dilworth Brand. GI GC from ffcin Sw: GEOLOGY Front Row: Donald Alfred Larson, Fred Earl Ingerson, John Andrew Wilson, Edward Charles Jonas, William Charles Bell, Keith Young, William Rudolf Muehlberger, chairman. Second Row: Claude Wendell Horton, Alan Johnson Scott, Fred M. Bullard, Robert Louis Folk, J. Hoover Mackin, Earle Francis McBride, Samuel P. Ellison. Third Row: Leon E. Long, Robert Kendall Fahnestock, Daniel Stephen Barker, Ronald Kinnison DeFord, Peter Tyrrell Flawn, Stephen Edmund Clabaugh, Robert Ernest Boyer. Page 544 GERMANIC LANGUAGES Front Row: Priscilla G. Sandoz, Lee M. Hollander, Helmut Render, chairman; Edda Schrader. Second Row: Robert Russell Mollenauer, Manfred Schwinger, John M. Weinstock, Robert Desmond King, Stanley Newman Werbow, Winfred Philipp Leh- mann, George Schulz-Behrend, Ludmilla Anna Enz. Third Row: John Christopher Middleton, Charles E. Schmid, M. Boleynn Blume, A. Leslie Willson, Wolfgang F. Michael, Edgard G. C. Polome, Emmon Werner Bach. GOVERNMENT Front Row: H. Malcolm Macdonald, William Sidney Livingston, chairman; Robert Harrison Wagner, Edward Taborsky. Second Row: James Rudolph Soukup, Carl Leiden, M. Donald Hancock, Wilfred Dunbar Webb, Karl Michael Schmitt, Richard Howard Kraemer, Orion Forrest White, Ram Joshi. Third Row: David M. Olson, Lawrence S. Graham, H. Clifton McCleskey, Charles J. Parrish, David VanDeusen Edwards, Howard A. Calkins, Roderick Arthington Bell, Emmette S. Redford. HA . HISTORY Front Row: Archibald Ross Lewis, Oliver H. Radkey, Robert A. Divine, chairman; Joe Bertram Frantz, George G. Arnakis. Second Row: David Willson, Nancy N. Barker, Barnes Fletcher Lathrop, Stanford Eugene Lehmberg, C. Hartley Grattan, William R. Kempton Dean. Page 545 Braisted, Arthur P. Whitaker, H. Wayne Morgan, Jim Berry Pearson, L. Tuffly Ellis, Clarence George Lasby, Nettie Lee Benson, Philip Lloyd White. Third Row: Michael Garibaldi Hall, William Harry Goetzmann, Robert Crawford Cotner, George Basalla, David D. Van Tassel, Norman D. Brown, John Parker -Harrison, James Cockcroft, Willard Allen Fletcher, Graham Athan Cosmas, Warren HOME ECONOMICS Front flow: Lorene Lane Rogers, Phyllis L. Richards, Margaret Anne Eppright, chairman; Dark Gloff Dill, Jean Nunn Hejl, Sallie Beth Moore. Second Row: Ann Marie Fahnestock, Anna Marie Caswell, Sara Chaffin Brooks, Louise W. Snider, Shirley Cannamore, Tracy Fehlis Aycock, Patsy B. Reed, Ann Marie Erickson. Third Row: Rebecca Sue Muecke, Patricia Jean Sailor, Bess Belle Caldwell, Fern E. Staggs, Helen F. McHugh, Joan Carol Sic, Peggy Marilyn Bass. M p.: in Pa - I LINGUISTICS Front Row: Andree F. Sjoberg, Winfred Philipp Lehmann, chair- man; Edgar Charles Polome, Ruth Preston Miller Lehmann. Second Row: Stanley Newman Werbow, Moshe Schwarcz, Peter Fouad Abboud, Mohammad Ali Jazayery, Robert Thomas Harms, Sian Lin Yen, Amarbahadur Singh. Third Row: Aaron Bar-Adon, Rudolph Charles Troike, Jacob Louis Mey, Thomas Joseph O ' Hare, Emmon Werner Bach, John G. Bordie, Charles Edward Cairns. Page 546 MATHEMATICS Front Row: Milo Wesley Weaver, Charles R. Sherer, Efraim Pacillas Armendariz, Robert Todd Gregory, Dale Edouard Walston. Second Row: Roger Cook Osborn, Ted U. Boessenroth, Brian Shaw, Pam Cherry, Elizabeth Glenadine Gibb. Third Row: Renke Gustav Lubben, Ralph Winston Cain, Homer Vincent Craig, Marilyn Jane Arlitt, Myra Beasley. Fourth Row: Hyman Joseph Ettlinger, Robert Lee Moore, Roy Patrick Kerr, Ray Nelson Haskell, Julie Lynn Gaylord. Fifth Row: Robert E. Greenwood, H. S. Wall, Howard Benton Curtis. Sixth Row: DeWayne Stanley Nymann, Don Elton Edmondson, Robert Emmett Lynch, William T. Guy Jr., chairman. Seventh Row: John Riley Durbin, David M. Young, Woodrow W. Bledsoe. ' - Pits MICROBIOLOGY Front Row: Marie Betzner Morrow, Orville Wyss, chairman; Vernon T. Schuhardt, Charles Ely Lankford. Back Row: Peter Jurtshuk Jr., Benjamin Rowe Byers, William John Mandy, Bernard P. Sagik, Leonard John Rode, Derek Stuart Hoare. Page 547 PHILOSOPHY Front Row: Charles Hartshorne, Douglas Neil Morgan, John Robert Silber, chairman; John Niemeyer Findlay, Gets Kolk Bouwsma. Second Row: Alexander Phoebus D. Mourelatos, Invin Chester Lieb, Robert M. Palter, Raja Rao, Albert Perley Brogan, Thomas K. Swing, Norman Marshall Martin, Hector-Neri Castaneda. Third Row: David Louis Miller, John Bacon, Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs, John Howard Burkett, Philip Grandjean Hugly. R( 1m to . ' IN PHYSICS Front Row: Syed Amir Ali Zaidi, Peter R. Antoniewicz, Frederik W. de Wette, Arthur Ernest Lockenvitz, Hans W. Schliiter, Harold P. Hanson, chairman; James C. Thompson, Alfred Schild, Darrell S. Hughes. Second Row: Peter von Brentano, Eugene V. Ivash, David Ward Ross, Erick Le Roy Lindman Jr., Walter Elmer Millett, Alfred Wilson Nolle, Charles H. Carlisle, Charles Edward Watson, William Rory Coker, Thomas Alan Griffy. Third Row: Bernard Bruno Kinsey, Edward Joseph Powers, Melvin E. L. Oakes, Emmett Leroy Hudspeth, Russell Lewis Collins, Bruce Milburn Foreman, Jttrgen Ludwig Ehlers, Ronald Kantowski, C. Fred Moore. PSYCHOLOGY Front Row: Shirley M. Cearley, Egidio John Capaldi, Peter Gorham Poison, David T. Hakes. Second Row: George V. C. Parker, Ira Iscoe, Roderick Forsman, Walter Sargent Stolz, Clarke Adams Burnham, Gardner Lindzey, chairman. Third Row: Norman M. Prentice, John C. Loehlin, Delbert D. Thiessen, Elliot Aronson, Jon David Jecker, Robert Louis Helmreich, David Sheridan Holmes. Fourth Row: Robert Brown, Wade Lynn Brown, Robert K. Young, Gerald H. Jacobs, Edwin Inglee Megargee, Hugh Carlton Blodgett, Fillmore Hargrave Sanford, James Bieri, Quinn McNemar. Page 548 ROMANCE LANGUAGES Front Row: Estelle Trepanier, Humberto Lopez-Morales, Marjon Bertha Ornstein, K. Carter Wheelock, Sylvia Jane Neustein. Second Row: Alexandrine Eusebio Severino, Mildred Vinson Boyer, Roger Whitney Shattuck, Virgnia Higginbotham, Ernest Faber Haden. Third Row: Angel Manuel Aguirre, Cedomil Goic, Leland James Thielemann, Michel A. R. Dassonville, Frederick Gerald Hensey. Fourth Row: Douglass Marcel Rogers, Gilbert Gerald Bleau, Lancaster E. Dabney, Pablo Beltran de Heredia. Filth Row: Raphael Levy, Enzo Amorini, Jose Maria Monner-Sans, Ricardo Gullon, James Francis Miller Stephens. Sixth Row: George Gordon Wing, Luis A. Arocena, David Theodore Sisto, Antonio Illiano, Theodore Andersson, chairman; Fred Pittman Ellison. but : : Finn. SLAVIC LANGUAGES Front Row: Robert Thomas Harms, Edith Maria Taborsky, Matthew Irving Smith. Back Row: John Setter Kolsti, Jan L. Perkowski, chairman; Philip Walter Klindt. Page 549 SOCIOLOGY Front Row: Samuel Dale McLemore, Harley Linwood Browning, Walter Irving Firey, Ivan C. Belknap, acting chairman; Leonard Broom, Henry A. Bowman, Joseph Lopreato. Second Row: Betty Janette Maynard, Margaret S. Johnson, Billy Joe Franklin, Robert Buck, Robert Brischetto, James Allen Williams Jr., Alvan O ' Neil Zarate, George Kirkpatrick, Vena Call away, Janice Freeman. Third Row: Peter Singelmann, William Robert Arnold, James Meurer, Norval Dwight Glenn, Francis Tucker, Tony Bell, Lawrence Saha, Michael Grimes, Robert Gushing. Not Pictured: Jon Paul Alston, Charles Michael Bonjean, Clyde A. Bullion, Ted Hefner, John Hart Lane Jr., Patrick J. Marnane, Daniel O ' Haver Price, Gideon Sjoberg, David Allan Weiner. PI F( ZOOLOGY Front Row: Austin Phelps, Osmond Philip Breland, William R. Lee, Burke H. Judd, Clark Hubbs, Wilson S. Stone, Edward Lawrence Powers. Second Row: Bassett Maguire Jr., Robert P. Page 550 Wagner, James L. Larimer, Michael Frederick Collins, Jack Myers, Guy Louis Bush, Robert Keith Selander, Terrell Hunter Hamilton, A. R. Schrank, chairman. Third Row: Harry Eldon Sutton, Antone Gardner Jacobson, Michael Menaker, Austen Fox Riggs II, Hugh Sommerville Forrest, Clarence Paul Oliver, Marshall R. Wheeler, John Julius Biesele. PI F( PHYSICAL TRAINING FOR MEN Front Row: How ard C. Gilstrap, George J. Vanis, Stanley Burnham, Thomas Edward Barlow, director; Karl K. Klein, Charles Harry Leinbach Jr., Joe Conley Bowling. Back Row: Harry Franklin Lundell, Kenneth Woodrow Tyson, Raymond Lee Hall, Burton Robert Carlson, Charles Wesley Craven, David Lynn Magness, James Nelson Mowry, Darrell Hugh Williams, William S. Garner, Roy Jack McLean, Henry Wilson Chapman, Liles day Guess. ftekr- PHYSICAL TRAINING FOR WOMEN Front Row: Dorothy Jo Lovett, Lois McNeilly Caldwell, Marcille Bradshaw, Betty Ann Thompson, Lurae Harvey, Nelda June Burke. Second Row: Sandra L. Rodgers, Louise Teixeira Horvath, Deanna M. Pommerenk, June Walker, Jo Edna Spearman. Third Row: Patricia Ann Weis, Mary Lou Le Compte, Jane Ellis Spragens, Dorothy Burdeshaw. Fourth Row: Carolyn Hewatt, Hazel Davis, Shiela M. O ' Gara, director; Maxine Beardsley. Page 551 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The current pace of technology has no parallel in history, and this surge of technology will accelerate the forward thrust of our economy creating new processes and in- creasing productivity. During 1966-67 several programs designed to meet the needs and the responsibilities of a changing business world were initiated. For example, signifi- cant changes have been made in the college ' s approach to research. The vitality of a university depends upon both its teaching and its research performance. In addition, there is a tremendous need for more knowledge in such areas as: the impact of science and technology upon business and the economy; relations between business and government; the international operations of business; urban development; the process of innovation; and the social responsibilities of business. To investigate these and other areas, cross-disciplinary research projects which should be of broad use to numerous business organizations and to society generally are being developed. A vital part of this new approach will be the speedy communication of research results to business and society so that applications of new knowledge can be made readily. George Kozmetsky, Dean A( ft to CO Robert Warren Smith, assistant dean; Burnard H. Sord, associate dean; Richard Bergen, assistant dean. Page 552 ACCOUNTING Front Row: Louis E. Andrade, Charles Henry Griffin, William Bernard Barrett, Frank James Imke. Back Row: Kermit Dean Larson, Charles Theodore Zlatkovich, chairman; Harley M. Courtney, Earl Dean Bennett, Thomas Earl Gossett, Lynn Foster Anderson, James T. Hood, Thomas Howard Williams, Raynard M. Sommerfeld, Lennis Morland Knighton, C. Aubrey Smith. n COMPUTER SCIENCES Front Row: Robert Emmett Lynch, Norman Marshall Martin, Evelyn Suzanne Kain, Robert Todd Gregory, chairman; Alfred George Dale. Back Row: David M. Young Jr., Woodrow W. Bledsoe, Terrance Wendall Pratt, John C. Loehlin, Erna Herzog Pearson, Angus George Pearson. Page 553 FINANCE Front Row: Ernest W. Walker, James Clay Dolley, James Rudolph Kay, John Strock Bickley, chairman; W. A. Dinsdale. Second Row: Robert Delmar Mettlen, Rudolph Conrad Doenges, Donald F. Jackson, Charles Wilson Hackett Jr., Wayne Edward Etter, Roberl T. Partain, Dennis W. Richardson. Third Row: Anthony Michael Tuberose, Edward Allen Townsend, Robert Charles Bush, William S. Townsend, Robert Burns Williamson, David G. Beverage, Lawrence Lee Cram. GENERAL BUSINESS Front Row: Richard Harold Klein, Eugene W. Nelson, Karl Ronald Higgins, Margaret Cox, Lucy Carolyn Hinton, Sylvia A. Clayton, Elliot Manferd, Homer Albert Napier. Second Row: Roy A. Herberger Jr., Richard Lee Beard, Charles Ollie Bellinger III, Vincent E. Cangelosi, Jessamon Dawe, Lou Anne Smoot, Thomas Joseph Tomson. Third Row: Franklin Lanier Cox, S. Jack Fisher, J. Richard Johnson, William Jackson Lord Jr., Gaylord Adair Jentz, William Paxlon Boyd, Jack Wallace Ledbetter, Robert Hayes Ryan. Fourth Row: Arch William Hunl, Francis Barns May, chairman; James Allen Machemehl, Howard David Brechl, Carl Allen Faulkner, John Ernesl Specht Jr., David Lee Sparks, Daryl Clinlon Cutler. Page 554 i. Holm ' fete - MANAGEMENT Front Row: William E. Schlender, chairman; Elizabeth Lanham, William Robert Spriegel, Edmund Clayton Lynch. Second Row: Robert Francis Pethia, Richard Edward Dutton, Devereairx Maitland Huffman, Thomas G. Hopkins, Floyd S. Brandt. Third Row: Roy Duane Harris, Charles Richard Klasson, Howard Edward Johnson, William Frank Glueck. I I MARKETING ADMINISTRATION Front Row: Montrose S. Sommers, Stanley A. Arbingast, Jerome B. Keman, Calvin Patton Blair. Back Row: Hampton Kent Snell, R. Clifton Andersen, W. T. Tucker, chairman; William P. Dommermuth. Page 555 DeWitt C. Reddick, Director SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION By the middle of its second year of existence, the School of Communication had registered an increase of 49 per cent in enrollment over the first year. The School consists of the Departments of Journalism, Radio-Television-Film, and Sp,eech, with degrees offered in all three departments. In the spring semester of 1966-67 a graduate seminar brougr|fr. to the campus seven of the most distinguished authorities in communication for public lectures and discussiona all tudents. The Center for Communication Research has brought cooperative efforts from faculty memberi psychology, sociology, psy munication. and the d Each of the Sc services to the campus. Journalis lolog Departments rtments of educational linguistics, business com- of the School. Ints is associated with contributes many staff members for The Da] and other publications to KLRN and KUT. " Speech and Hearing debating. Chairmen of the depa Davis, Journalism; Stan Film; and Jesse J. Villarn Texan, The Ranger, The Cactus. io-Tel ision-Film is closely tied peech Department maintains the d supports intercollegiate are as follows: Norris G. Donner, Radio-Television- ech. SI fi Cm JOURNALISM Front Row: Sue Walking Grasty, Dorothy Jean Blodgett, Morris G. Davis, chairman; DeWitt Carter Reddick, Ellen Freemantle Pendergraft. Second Row: Tom Wayne Cardin, Glen D. Phillips, Olin Ethmer Hinkle, William Anthony Mindak, Alan Scott, Dudley Mortan Lynch. Third Row: Clyde Richard King, Robert Sidney Kahan, Wayne J. Villemez, Norman Hitzges, Harrell Estes Lee, Ernest Alonzo Sharpe, John M. Quinn. HAD: Page 556 SPEECH Front Row: Beverly Groh Martin, Janice Courtney, Virginia Kidd, Grace Haen Hanson, Ora Bennett, Jesse James Villarreal, chairman. Second Row: Mildred Matthews, James Price Hamilton, Daryle Lee Waldron, Theodore Clevenger Jr., Ruth Orenbaum, Maurine Amis, Charles E. Cairns, Ralph Richard Behnke, Lennart Lauri Kopra. Third Row: Virgil Jackson Smith, Mary Erin Porter, Gary L. Stewart, Joe Allen Bailey, John Rex Wier Jr., Martin Thomas Todaro, Wayne N. Thompson, Grover A. Fuchs, Bernard Charles Kissel. RADIO-TELEVISION-FILM Front Row: Stanley T. Donner, chairman; Robert F. Schenkkan. Back Row: Bill Arhos, Bobby Carrol Selby, Glen D. Phillips Wi lliam Sanford Giorda, Barry George Cole. Page 557 Wayne H. Holtzman, Dean COLLEGE OF EDUCATION New programs for the preparation of teachers are rapidly growing under the auspices of the iResearch and Develop- ment Center for Teacher Educafchi the Science Education Center, the Foreign Language EAicafion Center, the Labora- tory for Computer-Assisted jjffstrufctjon, and the regular academic departments withfnMhe University. The experi- mental projects in team teacjjpig, vidteo tape feedback, ele- mentary science concepts using t(je mwiry method, teaching chemistry, mathematics, reading by compiler-controlled type- ibes. and special approaches to are only a few of the fresh ideas on the L T niversity ' s program for writers and cathode-ray I Spanish-speaking childrei having a major impact] preparing teachers. Undergraduates as wel paling in major demons! as graduate students are partici- ation and research programs de- signed to meet today ' s challenges in education. Special edu- cation offers unique opportunities to enter the rapidly growing fields of vocational rehabilitation counseling and teaching of the deaf, blind, orthopedically handicapped. mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, learning disabled, or unusually gifted child for whom the normal classroom approaches are ineffective. The College of Education se Ha professional school for preparation of elementary Bondary teachers. To- gether with other colleges with Hlniversity. it provides a variety of programs leadii Begal certification to teach in Texas and elsewhere. Jackson Brock Reid, associate dean, John Ormand Rodgers, associate dean. Page 558 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Front Row: Vivian T. Rochelle, James Jolliff Weston, William Andrew Bennie, dark Cyrus Gill, Thomas D. Horn, chairman; Jewel Popham Raschke, Ralph Winston Cain. Second Row: Yvonne Marie Lofthouse, Virginia Miller Rogers, Alberta Maxine Castaneda, Wilma H. Dolezal, Richard Dean Arnold, Geneva Hanna Pilgrim, James Greenleaf Umstattd, James Bernell Frank. Third Row: Jack C. Jeffrey, William Richard Harmer, Joe L. Frost, James Walton Reynolds, Peter Andrew Soderbergh, Ozro Luke Davis Jr., William Brown Conroy. Fourth Row: Albert Villareal Jr., Joseph Michel, John G. Bordie, Sister Mary Madonna Tannian, Charles Fenton Williams, Dorothy Pauline Brandt, Martha Rodgers Thomas, Twila Wakefield Smith. Fifth Row: Mary Frances Flournoy, Elizabeth Mason Hampton, Thomas Sumner Oliver Jr., Donald Scott Edwards, Ted G. Pauck, Audrey F. Rummel. Not Pictured: Gilbert Gerald Bleau, Bill E. Bompart, David P. Butts, Elaine Louise Danielson, Margaret Ashe Davidson, Charles H. Dent, Edward Lee Dillinger, Edward J. Eaton Jr., Alma M. Freeland, Elizabeth Glenadine Gibb, Alma E. Gregory, Jon L. Higgins, Thelma B. Hodges, Frank M. Jackson, James Louis Kinneavy, Addison Earl Lee, Catherine H. Lee, Clyde Inez Martin, Glenn Edward McGlathery, Jean J. McMillan, Gregg B. Millett, Ira Irl Nelson, Janet R. Nymann, Carl Richard Personke, Sarah H. Phillips, Fletcher Michael Pool, Eloise Roach, Anne Oliver Stemmler, Drew C. Tinsley, Arneeda S. Votaw. EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION Front Row: Benjamin M. Harris, Bascom B. Hayes, chairman; Henry J. Otto. Back Row: Kenneth E. Mclntyre, Michael Peter Thomas, Edgar Wailand Bessent, Clyde C. Colvert. Page 559 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Front Row: Quinn McNemar, Benjamin Fruchter, Vincent A. Harren, Royal B. Embree Jr., Frances Fallen Fuller, Gordon V. Anderson, chairman; Victor H. Appel, Charles Victor Bunderson, Benjamin Franklin Holland, Jackson Brock Reid, Robert F. Peck. Second Row: Ira Iscoe, David Marc Mandel, Mendell Granoff, Ruth Adolf Haak, Willie Holdsworth, J. Carson McGuire, Jo Nell James, Lewis Francis James, Janet Taylor Spence, Carl F. Hereford, Alton C. Murphy, Robert Conrad. Third Row: Ralph Edward Van Atta, Richard Mowsesian, Robert Boger, Beeman Noal Phillips, Ear] Arqu Koile, William Thomas Carse, S. Thomas Friedman, Jack Lewis Dunham, Donald J. Veldman, Donald Melcer, Edward Gotts. H El HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Carlton H. Bowyer, John Donald Pulliam, George I. Sanchez, William Earle Drake, chairman. SP Page 560 , " Jack PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION Front Row: Nelda June Burke, Colleen Mary O ' Conner, Lynn Wade McCraw, chairman; Mary Buice Alderson, Mary Lou Le Compte. Back Row: Dorothy Burdeshaw, Donald Eugene Campbell, Anita Mae Sponberg, Harold Tabor Stevenson, Stanley Burnham, Jessie Helen Haag, Walter Paul Kroll. SPECIAL EDUCATION Front Row: John R. Peck, Charles Carr Cleland, William G. Wolfe, chairman; Natalie Carter Barraga, Henry J. Otto. Back Row: Rita Spohnholtz, Dr. Ralph Hanna, Grace Haen Hanson, Margaret Harris Booker, Claude H. Marks, Dr. John A. Boston Jr., Charles Sanford Eskridge Sr., Windel L. Dickerson, Giles Derwood Games and Echo. Not Pictured: Floyd E. McDowell, Monty L. Sontag, Robert Thomas Strong Jr. Page 561 John J. McKetta, Dean COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING The College of Engin cent of the Main Univi dynamic change. New materials reflecting stantly being introdm undergraduate curricu Degrees and program; available to the students. The College ' s Teachin have received national att by faculty from other evaluations of teaching a evaluations of courses improvements. Those qualifying for t placed in accelerated clas: student-scholars in the recognized as Engineering Fe Although its services to i areas of research have expa concern of the College conti students. ith more than 10 per ts, is a school of .advances are con- le " block option " engineering fields, specializations are LCSS Colloquia, which ttended regularly also the campus. Student to professors; student planning curriculum Honors Program are ip five per cent of the ndergraduate levels are have increased and its ubstantially, the greatest be the education of its Left to Right: Billy Howard Amstead, assistant dean; Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle, counselor; Joe L. Bruns, manager of Placement Bureau; William A. Cunningham, associate director, Bureau of Engineering Research; Dean E. Griffith, program director. Page 562 AEROSPACE ENGINEERING Front Row: Ronald Oran Stearman, John Joseph Berlin, Paul Eugene Russell, Shao Wen Yuan, Byron Dean Tapley, chairman. Back Row: Richard Reese Ensminger, John Conrad Westkaemper, David George Hull, John William Porter. . IffM I ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING Seated: Werner William Dornberger, Franklin Beaumont Johnson, chairman. Standing: Barton Dareell Riley, David Wayne Fowler, Robert I. Carr. Page 563 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Front Row: James Rush Brock, Howard Frederick Rase, chairman; Matthew Van Winkle, Eugene Harley Wissler. Back Row: Hugo Steinfink, William Aaron Cunningham, Norman Frederick Brock- meier, Robert Samuel Schechter, David Mautner Himmelblau, William Frank Bradley, Kenneth Bruce Bischoff. CIVIL ENGINEERING Front: E. Gus Fruh, Ned H. Burns, Walter L. Moore, William Paul Dawkins, Lymon Clifton Reese, chairman. Second Row: Frank D. Masch, Ervin Sewell Perry, Joseph Andrew Yura, Joe Overton Ledbetter, Lawrence Riedling Mack, Joseph Levine. Third Row: Leland Barclay, William Ray Cox, Carl William Morgan, J. Neils Thompson, William Ronald Hudson, Thomas William Kennedy. Page 564 Ala, DRAWING Left to Right: Margaret R. Baker, Jack Lenhart, Orville Charles Word Jr., James Dorr McFarland, chairman; Noel C. McGuire, James Robert Holmes. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Front Row: Stjepko Sesnic, Jadkish K. Aggarwal, Thomas E. Mueller, John Richard Cogdell, Archie Waugh Straiton, chairman; Edward John Wagner, Baxter Frank Womack, Demetrios George Lainiotis. Second Row: Edward Joseph Powers, Alfred Hall LaGrone, Robert Keith Likuski, Cyrus Oscar Harbourt, Elmer L. Hixson, Harold Wood Smith, William C. Duesterhoeft Jr., Herbert Lyndon Taylor. Third Row: William D. Gregg, Ashley James Welch, Donald Gary Swanson, Bob Meredith Fannin, William H. Hartwig, Clarence L. Coates, Robert Henry Flake. Page 565 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Seated: Harry H. Calvit, Melvin Arnold Wilkou. Standing: Ching-Hsie Yew, Lyle G. Clark, chairman; Lawrence Riedling Mack, Roy Rochester Craig, Morris Stern, Harold John Plass, Eugene Arman Ripperger, Wallace T. Fowler. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Front Row: Jarrett Charles Hester, Dong Huu Nguyen, Byron Elliott Short, Charles Sprague Beightler, Joe L. Bruns, Billy Howard Amstead. Second Row: Howard Earl Brown, Henry Grady Rylander, Stephen J. Gage, John Thomas Pogson, John Reuben Ross, Winston Douglas Goodrich, William R. Upthegrove, chairman. Third Row: Robert M. Crisp, Wayne Eggleston Long, Joseph Garth Thompson, Jamie Parker Lamb, Hugh A. Walls, Alvin David Thomas, John Milton Vance. Fourth Row: George J. Gruber, John Thomas Robinson, Rinaldo A. Bacon, Lconardt Ferdinand Kreisle, Harry L. Kent, Venton Levy Doughtie. PI Page 566 METEOROLOGY Front Row: Kenneth Hartmeier Jehn, director; Joseph Levine. Back Row: Frederick Max Haase Jr., Donald Robert Haragan, Ronald Duane McPherson, Norman Keith Wagner, Claude Edward Duchon. Not Pictured: Albert Andrew Boucaud, Amos G. Eddy, Bernhard Haurwitz. PETROLEUM ENGINEERING Front Row: Frank Weldon Jessen, Sylvain J. Pirson, Kenneth Eugene Gray, chairman. Back Row: Keith Hal Coats, Ben Hall Caudle, Irwin Harold Silberberg. Page 567 E. William Doty, Dean COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS The College of Fine Arts includes departments of art, drama, and music. The college seeks to give to each student the insights of the artist and ' Ib bejlp him achieve the skills of an artist to the capacity of mis taletat; to furnish him with the broad education which is the intellectual foundation of the cultivated man or woman; andy ' to train teachers of the arts. Courses in the arts, art exRiEilions, concerts, plays, and association with distinguished artists and teachers help ofurlfiTif Itn-o ' iiii i i -vi mi riotinnr taotv ' .tnil onmrl iTitl ' . ' ll students develop discrimi judgment of the arts. The College of Fine Art have inaugurated a joint ing features of this progra on creativity involving thl faculty, as well as the fa University; the premiere in attendance and lectures by and a symposium featuring co and other professional com America. Chairmen of the departmen Goodall, Art; Loren Winship, of tasfB and sound critical C$5chool of Architecture reativity. Outstand- exhibitions, forums :s and Architecture :her colleges in the ra with the composer composition students; ons of students, faculty of North and South as follows: Donald B. ; Bryce Jordan, Music. Aletf 1 ART Front Row: Everett Spruce, Paul Peter Hatgil, Ralph Ernest White, Dagmar Ingeburg Solomon, Russell W. Lee, Mort Baranoff, Charles Umlauf. Second Row: Bill Dean Francis, Robert L. Levers, George Eldric Everett, William Lewis Lester, McDonald Smith, Marian Belle Davis, Kelly Fearing, Peter Linn Plagens, Vincent Mariani. Third Row: William Walsh, Kenneth Burch Fiske, John William Cuerin, Donald B. Goodall, chairman; Alvin Albert Nickel, Gibbs Milliken, Howard J. Smagula, Jeannette Welty, Albert Buscaglia. from Mm, W Haiti Page 568 DRAMA Front Row: Arnold Sidney Kendall, C. A. Jennings, James Alexander Pringle. Second Row: Willis Lynn Murray, Betsy Hamilton, F. Loren Winship, chairman; John Reese Rothgeb, Francis Richard Hodge, Frederick J. Hunter, E. P. Conkle. Third Row: Shirlee Dodge, Frances G. Loder, B. Iden Payne, Mary Margaret Lindsay. Fourth Row: Lelia Sheffield, Paul D. Reinhardt, Anne R. Hornsby, David Alec Nancarrow. MUSIC Front Row: Adolphe Frezin, J. Frank Elsass, John Francis Edmunds, Delmer Dalzell Rogers, Fritz Oberdoerffer, Rita Rae Pisk, Lita Anne Guerra, Joseph W. Bratcher Jr., Leonard Shure, Wayne R. Barrington, Richard D. Blair. Second Row: Henry Swoboda, George A. Frock, Charlotte Estelle DuBois, Hans-Heinz Draeger, Vincent Rairden DiNino, Mary Shirley Woodward, Willa Stewart, Edra A. Gustafson, Howell Pierre Branning, Hunter Johnson, Barbara Connally Rogers, Nelson Gray Patrick. Third Row: William J. Moody, Frances Eleanor Page, James L. Dickie, Janet Mary McGaughey, Floyd Clifford Townsley, Alfredo de Saint-Malo, James Rex Riley, Laurene Tumbull Heimann. Fourth Row: John Whitfield Grubbs, Nancy Ruth Burton, Charles Edward Brookhart Harold Charles Smith, Arnold Salop, Robert Emmett Yokes, Raymond Lee Schroeder, Kent Wheeler Kennan, Hanns-Bertold Dietz, Lothar Klein, Bryce Jordan, chairman. Fifth Row: Orville Herold White, David Robert Mulfinger, John H. Hicks, Phyllis Casselman Young, Donald Benjamin Wright, Frank Newman Speller, J6hn Robert Leisenring, E. William Doty, Andor John Toth. Page 569 C. C. Albers, Acting Dean COLLEGE OF PHARMACY The function and objectives of the College of Pharmacy are to expose young men and women who desire an education in the pharmaceutical sciences to the tutelage of teacher- scholars and an intellectually stimulating curriculum within adequate physical facilities so as to produce competent practitioners in the various branches of pharmaceutical services: community pharmacists, hospital pharmacists, medical sales representatives, public health pharmacists, industrial pharmacists; and equally important, to stimulate and provide facilities for research and reflection at the graduate level with the aim of producing teachers, scholar- scientists in pharmaceutics, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, toxicology and pharmacy admin- istration, who will be qualified to join with members of the other health sciences in the promotion of public health. Another important function of the college is to provide a program in Continuing Education for alumni and other pharmacists. This program consists of annual seminars and conferences held at the college, area seminars throughout various sections of the state and is a function of the Extension Division of the College. Front Row: Gunnar Gjerstad, Alex Herman, Henry Matthew Burlage, Lee Frank Worrell, Esther Jane Wood Hall. Back Row: Robert Graves Brown, Eugene Ivan Isaacson, Jaime N. Delgado, Frank P. Cosgrove, Glenn David Appelt. Alan Tallentire, William Johnson Sheffield, Billy Burben Wylie, Wallace Louis Guess, Bill David Jobe, Herbert Frederick Schwartz II. from Wiile Oscar Page 570 Philip Douglas Creer, Director SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE The primary function of the School of Architecture is to assist each student to acquire an education that will allow him both to make sound value judgments and to accept an active and positive role in society. Toward this end, the curriculum offers training not only in professional subjects but also in the humanities. The adoption of an optional six- year program with expanded liberal arts experience reflects an increasing awareness of the fact that the thoughtful contemplation of man, his accomplishments, and his po- tential, is the best preparation for fruitful work in any field, including architecture. The expanding role of the architect today requires highly competent professionals who are capable of understanding important aspects of many other fields and activities in addition to architecture. The School is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board. It is a member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Its curriculum meets all the requirements of the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. 5; .IB- Front Row: Jon A. Bowman, Frank Edward Whitson, Thomas Whitehead Shefelman, Richard Tseng-yu Lai. Second Row: Carl Oscar Bergquist, Richard Proctor Swallow, Jorge Louis Divino, Alan Y. Taniguchi, Philip Douglas Creer, director. Third Row: Robert Sidney Harris, C. Owen Cappleman, Robert James Coote, Daniel Edwin Leary. ' Fourth Row: Robert George Mather, Hugh Lyon McMath, Hugo Leipziger-Pearce, Drury Blekeley Alexander. Page 571 W. Gordon Whaley, Dean G: GRADUATE SCHOOL An organization represented throughout the system, the University Graduate School consists of professors and schol- ars designated as members or associates of the graduate faculty and students duly admitted to pursue their studies beyond the baccalaureate degree. Graduate work is divided into several departmental and non-departmental programs involving courses and research. Emphasis is placed on development of creative ability, indi- vidual and inventive work, and the development of leadership qualities. The graduate program which is directed toward research excellence is intended to give depth of knowledge in the student ' s field of specialization and to lead toward possibilities of original research. Facilities for graduate in- struction and research include a vast system of libraries and special collections, Computation Center, Balcones Research Center, Marine Science Institute, McDonald Observatory, and interdepartmental laboratories. Left to Right: Robbin Colyer Anderson, associate dean; Lorene Lane Rogers, associate dean; George V. C. Parker, assistant dean; Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs, assistant dean. GI LD Page 572 GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Front Row: Josleen Lockhart, Anne Wilkens, Ann Maurer, Mary Frances Carswell, Martha S. Williams. Back Row: Charles William Laughton, Jack Otis, director; Roscoe Yost Miller, Hattie Berg, William D. Allen, Morris Kagan, Donald James Blashill, Maxwell A. Cook, Joseph Irvin Hungate Jr. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY SCIENCE Front Row: Ellen Holmes, Lola Rivers Thompson, Catheryne S. Franklin, Robert Raymond Douglass, director. Back Row: Nettie Lee Benson, Nadine B. Nelson, June Audrey Moll, Ann Bowden, Father Laverne Stallmann. Page 573 Page Keeton, Dean II SCHOOL OF LAW With a student body of 1550 and a faculty of forty-five, The University of Texas School of Law ranks second to Harvard in size. More importantly, through the scholarship, experience, and leadership of its faculty and the quality of its student body the law school ranks among the very best in the nation. Distinguished legal scholars and teachers from within and without the United States are regularly invited as visitors. For example, Dean Robert F. Drinan of Boston College Law School and Professor Ole Lando of Copenhagen School of Economics visited during 1966-67. A baccalaureate degree is now required for admission. Most of the students are pursuing a three-year course of study leading to a Bachelor of Laws, LL.B. ; however, a few who have an LL.B. or an equivalent foreign degree are seeking a Master of Laws or Master of Comparative Juris- prudence. A law library with over twenty full-time staff members and 165,000 volumes serves the faculty, students, and visiting lawyers. f Front Row: Warren F. Schwartz, Robert W. Hamilton, David Wyatt Robertson, Ole B. Lando, Millard Harrington Ruud, associate dean; Carl H. Fulda, William Francis Fritz, Julian Leon Lebowitz, Russell Jay Weintraub, Parker Clinton Fielder, E. Wayne Thode, J. Henry Wilkinson Jr. Second Row: Roy M. Mersky, James M. Treece, Gus M. Hodges, Harry Keisler Wright, Marian Oldfather Boner, Woodfin Lee Butte, Stanley Morris Johanson, Ernest E. Smith III, Richard V. Barndt, Keith E. Morrison, Joseph Parker Witherspoon, W. Page Keeton, dean. Third Row: Marion Kenneth Woodward, Byron Franklin Fullerton, assistant dean; Wjjliam Orr Huie, John F. Sutton Jr., Joel Jay Finer, Robert E. Mathews, Marshall S. Shapo, Helen Hargrave, Frank W. Elliott Jr., Corwin Waggoner Johnson. Fourth Row: Allen E. Smith, Charles Alan Wright, Albert William Alschuler, George R. B. Schatzki, Fred Cohen, William Willard Gibson, Albert Pearson Jones, Thomas J. Gibson III, assistant dean. Not Pictured: Edward Weldon Bailey, Lino A. Graglia, Leon Green, Samuel W. T. Lanham, Pierre R. Loiseaux, Francis J. Maloney, Larry Niemann, Woodrow Wilson Patterson, Paul Frederick Roth- stein, Jerre Stockton Williams. Page 574 James R. D. Eddy, Dean DIVISION OF EXTENSION The Division of Extension extends the teaching function of the University by providing continuing education pro- grams for adults. This year thousands of leaders from business and industry, education, engineering, government, pharmacy, social welfare and other fields came to Austin to participate in programs conducted by the Division in cooperation with colleges and schools of the main campus. At the same time, thousands of other adults from many pro- fessions and occupations participated in continuing educa- tion programs conducted throughout the State. An academic credit evening program in Austin enrolls several hundred students, while the correspondence course program enrolls students throughout the nation and foreign countries. The Division also maintains the largest audio-visual library in the southwest. Over a half million contestants from 1,116 public schools in Texas participated in the academic, athletic and musical contests of the University Interscholastic League. Dean James R. D. Eddy, who has been chief administra- tive officer of the Division since 1951, will retire in August. Under his leadership the Division has seen im- provement and growth in all its activities. Dr. Norris A. Hiett, Associate Dean, will succeed Dean Eddy on September 1, 1967. Francis A. Flynn, Rodney James Kidd, Ernest Fred Tiemann, William E. Darron, John W. Woodruff. Norris Andrews Hiett, Associate Dean Page 575 Academic Activities and Organizational Procedures Occupied Time Outside Class- room for Students, Staff and Professors Above: Busy secretaries and helpers assisted students willing to put up with the long process of dropping and adding courses, changing sec- tions after the semester was underway. Above Right: New IBM computer in B.E.O.B. absorbed Julie Norman ' s attention. Below Right: Harried sectionizers at registration in Gregory Gym con- ferred frequently on changes and problems. Page 576 Le t: Book store assistant helped students locate books for their courses at the beginning of each semester. Right: Academic Center gallery displayed " Faces of Freedom, " a collection of famous Americans painted by well-known artists. Below. Department of Drama presented " The Government Inspector, " one of several student productions on stage during the year. Page 577 Above: Modernistic Henry Moore sculpture, part of display in Art Building, was studied by classes and viewed curiously by visitors. Below: Conni Muller, senior edu- cation major, taught a Reagan High School class as part of the University ' s student teaching pro- gram. Page 578 I v ;. ie t: Tape laboratory in Baits Hall aided stu- dents learning a foreign language. Right: " Sinbad the Sailor, " children ' s drama presented by the Department of Drama, drew audiences of chil- dren, non-children. Below: Underground Com- puter Center east of the Main Building handled University records and academic data. Page 579 Right: Dr. L. G. Kennamer, Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, addressed the Faculty Council on scheduling of spring vacation for next year. Below Right: Dr. Joseph Moldenhauer, assisting with advising duties, helped under- graduate English major decide courses, check requirements during registration week. Page 580 SCHOLASTIC HONORARIES Edited by Linda Lou Hasten Page 581 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY FOR FRESHMAN WOMEN Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 Texas Chapter, 1935 OFFICERS President NANCY LOUISE BILLINGSLEY V ice-President GALE LOUISE ZEDLER Secretary-Treasurer JUDY A. FINBERG Historian JOAN MYRA GREENFIELD Faculty Advisor MARGARET BERRY MEMBERS-AT-LARGE Margaret Ann Becker Nancy Jo Fleury Cynthia Claire Gray Carla Lea Green Angela Greer Kennon Patricia Jan Ludeman Norma Jean Anderson Bettie Bertrand Barnes Karen Ann Berndt Martha Carol Cone Carolyn Ann Crumpton Leslie Donovan Sherry Ann Foote Mary Lou Grantham Beverly Ann Adams Christine Adams Kathy Akin Deann Allen Edith Anna Allen Sunya Noelle Anderson Mary Love Bailey Lucinda Baker Charlotte Lee Banks Rosemarie Belcher Sharon Jane Bills Betty Ann Birdwell Anna Lee Bishop Cynthia Cecelia Borgfeld Sharon Sue Bozarth Linda Loraine Brannon Nancy Jean Browder Linda Faye Brown Victoria Ann Burks Barbara Lea Burnham Kathryn Frances Cain Margaret Louise Cantu Anna Louise Carlson Janice Ruth Carver Almitra Eugene Cleaver Ruth Ann Collier Karen Sue Cook Connie Cramer Catherine Ann Crutchfield Mary Jane Cummings Susan Jean Cunningham Jo Ann Dale Frances Anne Danis Ruth Patricia Davidson Dionne Deaton Diane Marie Dennis La Verne Lee Dickinson Edith Ann Domel Jeanne Claire Duplissey Janis Carole Edmonds Karen Jo Elliott Carole Elaine Essig Lynn Claudia Ferguson FALL INITIATES Bonnie Loy Halton Carol Hardgrave Barbara C. Hines Sandra Lynn Hrncir Shelia Kay Jackson Pamela Anne Jenrette Karolyn Karr Janis Kleypas SPRING Jo Nell Knize Mary Livingston Ann Marie Lyons Betty Sue Marable Kathleen McCue Nancy Lynn Merritt Victoria Frances Monro Sharon Lizabeth Reed Lynda Gayle Rogers Sharon Leigh Sass Carol Jean Schmidt Alice Chih-za Shen Janet Rae Weeks Marsha Maverick Wells Sharon Lynn West Teri Charleen Wilson INITIATES Marie Antoinette Fink Martha Eileen Fischer Alice Cochran Fisher Kathy Marie Fisher Linda Carole Flynn Mary Florence Forbes Lynda Louise Fournace Nancy Elisabeth Gay Pauline Bruce Grant Bonnie Blue Graves Loula Louise Gregg Lorna Lee Grenadier Katherine Susan Gruner Konnie Ulrike Guenther Lucinda Boylen Hanks Deborah Jeannette Harlow Harriett Hawley Clara Frances Haynes Shirley Ann Heczko Katherine Lee Helwick Iris Kay Hennington Elisabeth Grey Herring Karen Dorothy Holland Carolyn Alice Howerton Janice Rebecca Hullum Jill Andrea Hurwitz Jane Innis Mary Evelyn Ireton Donna Lynn Isaacks Frances Ann Jackson Lynne Jacobs Susan Jane James Susan Jarrett Georgianne Johnson Sherra LaNelle Johnson Jolie Anne Kalbaugh Vikki Lynn Kaplan Mary Tom Keller Vicki Ann Kivlin Pamela Klar Paula Dan Knowles Susan Alison Korp Virginia Marie Kramer Laurie Levin Cynthia Lee Linder .-, Ann Elizabeth Livergood Evelyn Rose Lowy Marilyn Clare Male Sharon Gail Margolin Martha Elizabeth McDonald Pamela Ann McNutt Sharron Ann Means Sonia Mabel Merubia Bonnie Dee Metzger Mary Lenn Miller Faith Milling Ann Byrd Mitchell Karen Louise Mitchell Pamela Kay Moeller Mary Christine Montgomery Janice Kay Moore Toma Linda Moore Annette Morris Jo Ann Morris Cheryl Lynn Musket Sharon Lynn Nix Louise Ann Ogden Sidney Charlene O ' Keefe Susan Diane Osborn Valerie Marie Ostarch Kathy Ann Overby Karen Lynne Partridge Charla Greer Peavy Jeanette Lee Perry Jeanne Ann Philquist Eva Frances Powell Janis Linn Preston Susan Laura Price Sharron Reaves Puryear Georgia Anne Putegnat Jennifer Lynn Redfearn Kaye Richardson Beverly Gene Robinson Elizabeth Anne Roy Nancy Elizabeth Rundquist Susanne Sanders Emily Jane Scott Kay Dale Seibert Linda Lou Sembritzky Jeanne Elizabeth Shipley Judy Kay Simpson Susan Roberts Skarren- Shelia Annette Skeen Valerie Sue Slattum Carolyn Buxton Smith Paula Frances Smith Sarah Beth Smith Lynda Spangler Susan Amanda Sparks Linda Kay Stallings Joy Kristine Stapp Judith Ellen Stevens Rosemary Lutteman Stewart Sarah Stone Strauss Sandra Lee Stuman Sherry Kay Swesnik Nancy Jo Tapp Donna Maxine Theis Linda Arlene Todd Julia Spencer Tucker Sharyn Uecker Nancy Jean Ulrich Judy Elizabeth Vance Annabella Vasquez Rebecca Carol Waldrip Linda Sue Waterbury Frances L. Wells Linda Sue Werkenthin Delia Wright White Anna Marie Widen Donna Parsons Wier Martha Franklin Wilkes Rita Louise Williams Sue Ellen Williams Janis Lee Woerner Karen Elise Yoder Page 582 BETA GAMMA SIGMA HONORARY BUSINESS FRATERNITY Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1907 Texas Chapter, 1922 OFFICERS President CHARLES RICHARD KLASSON Vice-President DOROTHY AYRES Secretary-Treasurer EDMUND CLAYTON LYNCH R. Clifton Andersen L. E. Andrade Jim G. Ashburne William Bernard Barrett Richard Ellis Bean John Strock Bickley Grady D. Bruce Robert Charles Bush Vincent E. Cangelosi Jack William Cashin Franklin Lanier Cox Lawrence Lee Crum Edward William Cundiff Rudolph Conrad Doenges James Clay Dolley HONORARY MEMBERS Lester Lum Colvert Henry H. Dewar Richard J. Gonzalez S. Marcus Greer A. G. McNeese Jr. Charles N. Prothro Allan Shivers Jack G. Taylor Carl J. Thomsen Gus Wortham FACULTY MEMBERS Richard Edward Dutton John Stanley Fuhrmann William Frank Glueck Charles Henry Griffin Charles Wilson Hackett John White Hardy Roy Duane Harris James Rudolph Kay Jerome B. Kcrnan Charles Richard Klasson Elizabeth Lanham Kermit Dean Larson Edmund Clayton Lynch Norton Elliott Marks Francis Barns May Eric N. Melgren Robert Delmar Mettlen George Hillis Newlove Robert Francis Pethia Darrell R. Raines Dennis Richardson Theresa M. Riley Jack Clark Robertson Wilfred Few Rylander William E. Schlender Richard Allen Scott C. Aubrey Smith Raynard M. Sommerfeld Montrose S. Sommers Burnard H. Sord Teddy Layne Sparks William Robert Spriegel John R. Stockton jponald Victor Stuchell Jeffrey C. Susbauer Anthony Michael Tuberose Louis Edward Tuffly Ernest W. Walker Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Thomas Howard Williams Charles Theodore Zlatkovich Thomas Ernest Droemer George Gates Fowler Jr. Orville Jeff Harris Jr. William Albert Holliday FALL INITIATES Sister Mary Ruth Janecek William Anthony Koby Edward Harris Lowenhaupt Allen Talbot Mclnnes Samuel Rutherford Miller William Bennett Palamountain II John Dennis Roberts Jerry Dean Whitus Robert Duncan Womack W. Warren Yeager SPRING INITIATES William Arthur Agnew Jane Barkley David Charles Billetter Byron Bentley Black Jr. Myron Daniel ( Brown Doris Marie Cook Gareth Wren Cook Dennis Lee Dawson Lloyd A. Doggett 11 Wesley Joseph Filer Donald Howard Fortune Donald Fowler Jackson Walter Kurt Juncker Jr. Paul Kenneth Lackey Jr. George Ray Luttrell Timothy Richard Madrigal ila Rae Morris Robert C. Quirk Harry Paul Riley Kenneth David Roberts Manuel George Rosales Jr. Michael O. Rosenwasser William K. Rutledge Jr. Toribio Julio Saucedo George Ann Shamess Charles Brunner Smith Melvin Ronald Sommer Richard Loyd Walker John William Wilson David Marion Wood Pa K e 583 KAPPA TAU ALPHA HONORARY JOURNALISM FRATERNITY Founded, University of Missouri, 1910 Texas Chapter, 1961 OFFICER President . JUDY BURTON HONORARY MEMBERS Jack Krueger Harry Provence Frank J. Starzel Norris G. Davis Joe Bertram Frantz Olin Ethmer Hinkle Robert Sidney Kahan FACULTY MEMBERS Clyde Richard King William Anthony Mindak DeWitt Carter Reddick Alan Scott Ernest Alonzo Sharpe Sue Watkins Grasty Joel Stephen Barber Henry Buford Barr Richard Ray Cole Judith Louise Groom MEMBERS Glenda Louise Daniel Christopher Sumner Dann James Nelson Gsell Chet Hunt Wayne Joseph Villemez John Melton Wallace Gloria Faye Brown John Jerry Cassel Presley Howard Chalmers Jr. Josephine Dibella Nancy Katherine Gent Lynnell Jackson SPRING INITIATES Deanna Arlene Larson Dolores Jeanne Lazarie Dudley Morton Lynch Carolyn Anita Nichols Sally Pecvey Alice Emily Powell Thomas Eugene Shuford Hazel Deane Spiller Kathy B. Stephenson Beverly Ann Watson William Elliott West Page 584 OMICRON NU ECONOMICS FRATERNITY I, Michigan State University, 1912 Texas Chapter, 1924 111 } OFFICERS President i L fc. ' - v JARRIE DAVIS McCARTY Vice-President JO LYNN CUNNINGHAM Secretary - ----- -- CAROL BRISCOE THORPE Treasurer SUZETTE ROTHEN, F all MARY HELEN FAHLBERG, Spring Editor J.T. fct.. . . NANCY JANE BROWN Publicity Dorothy Fehlis Anna Brightman Billie Bishop Davenport Margaret Anne Eppright Ann Marie Erickson Nancy Jane Brown Jo Lynn Cunningham Barbara Baur Jill Kathryn Duggin Mary Helen Fahlberg Amy Hung Huang Sallie Beth Moore Lucy Rathbone Patsy B. Reed Phyllis L. Richards ' IATES Mary Martin Johnson Ann McGeath Ann Paula Neuman Kathryn Louise Reichert SARAH REVELEY Patricia Jean Sailor Elizabeth Tarpley Jennie S. Wilmot Jet C. Winters Jame Davis McCarty Sarah Revelev Suzette Rothen Carol Briscoe Thorpe Susan Kaye Smith Susan Curry Swift Frances Ann Waghalter Lynne C. Colbert Gail Gallaway Barbara Jeanine Harrison i SPRING INITIATES Caroline Jenkins Kelly Bronwen Kathryn Lemmon Benny Dishman Malone Julie Ann Mapes Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Brenda Shepherd Page 585 PHI BETA KAPPA ARTS AND SCIENCES HONORARY Founded, William and Mary College, 1776 Texas Chapter, 1904 President B. L. TURNER V ice-President THELMA LYNN GUION Secretary MILO W. WEAVER CLASSES OF 1966 Henry David Barton Michael Keith Brame Jacqueline Gay Cobb Patricia Jean Davis William Allan Dement Carolyn Hunter. Denham Robert Edwin Denham Jimmy Dale Dickens Eugene Holland Flewellen III Diane Floca Vade Giles Forrester Jr. William Selkirk Franklin Lawrence Edmund Gilbert Jane Evelyn Heard Joan Lea Bybee Hooper Earl Winfield Howard Ruth Diane Hyland David Lee Karney Phillip Wayne Lacy Margaret Karen Collins Layton John Michael Lohr Barbara Elaine Malick Gudrun Fischel Murray Karen Marie Hempel Naifeh Rose Kathryn Sims Neece Naome Ruth Wood Paul Sharon Rae Arthur Ramirez Michael August Rcveley Regine P. Reynolds David Ritz Alvin Willard Roesler Jr. Lynda Norene Shaffer Clyde Wilton Simmons Jr. Mary Jean Looney Smith Glen Edwin Staats Lee Earl Strickland John Merritt Thomason Tina Elaine Stewart Toubassi Wilford David Watts Jr. Ernest Pyle Werlin Shelton Lee Williams Clarence Reginald Allen Jr. Nick Herbert Baxter Roberta Avis James Borron Nathaniel Austin Brookshire James David Burroughs Barbara Anne Carroll Carol Jean Clare Jacqueline Dodd Edwin Dorn Whitson Beazley Etheridge Karen Armstrong Gilchrist Paul William Guy Stephen Miles Hackerman CLASSES OF 1967 Jack Chandler Halter Richard Louis Harper Frances Olivia Hill gM Nancy Ann Hoffman Patrick Jay Kavanaugh Barbara Abbott Keith Beth Ann Knight John Robert Logsdon Janet Lynn Matthews Harold Finley McFarlane Ernest Grady McGonagill Gloria Jeanette Me Williams ' Michael Thomas Mills Cynthia Sue Niell Milne Kenneth Michael Nugent Mar ' Louise Nuuttila Robert Keene O ' Bryan John Stephen Odell Michael William Ohlendorf Donald Shaw Passman Roderick Bruce Patten Marian Rebecca Pendleton Brooks Everett Peterson Kenton Morrison Rider Alan Bruce Roberts Geneva Lee Schleimer Lowery Lee Thompson Herbert Arthur Underwood Jr. Catherine Jo Varga Ray Alan Verm David Farnsworth Webb John Warren Webb Margaret Marie Westbrook Raymond Louis Wheeler Jr. Janice Eileen Willenborg Randall Bennett Woods Meredith Ball Richard Elwood Boner William Dan Driscoll Peggy Lynn Dyer JUNIOR MEMBERS Gloria Faye Peterson Hardin Coy Lewis May Evelyn Duggan Muelder Joseph Murray Riddell Willette Elizabeth Stevenson Neal Gearreald Sutherland Sidneye Carol Trulock Penelope Warren Auda Kathleen Wilkerson Page 586 PHI ETA SIGMA FRESHMAN HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Texas Chapter, , President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Historian Faculty Advisors WBERRY Richard Earle Atlas Sheridan Louis Bailey II Bill J. Bishop Michael H. Brophy John Walton Bunnell Jr. Thomas Craig Cooper Steven Glen Crowell Dean Clinton Evans Jimmy Dwayne Freeman LLIAM HENI KALY MICHAEL Mr GINNIS JH. ARNO NjDWOTNY ,WRE T. Tl RXER FRANKS Jefferson Hardin Fuller Richard Lee Gibson Marcclo Fulgencio Gomez-Ganem Wesley Woodrow Green Jr. Elmer William Hanak III Robert Lynn Haydon Howard Alan HtnH William John Koros Thomas Alan Kubena John Alan Logue Roger Philip Macon Robert Gordon Manz Robert Charles Marek Kenneth Bruce McCullough Bill B. McHarg Jr. Bruce Oliver Moses John L. E. Nugent Kenneth Alan Pulliam Russell David Renka Steven Ira Shankman Michel Smith David Edward Sobey Thomas Francis Stipulkosky Patrick Francis Timmons Jr. James Bruce Warren Stewart Anthony Wilber Jr. Arnold Leon Wilson SPRING INITIATES Christopher Henry Adams Donald Rowland Aertker Jr. Harold Oren Arhogust Jr. James Harlan Arnold James Craig Bartlett Richard Randall Batsell Robert Ernest Baze Gary Lloyd Becker Barry Kirk Benedict Larry Gene Berkman Cecil Dewayne Berry Wynne Allen Blair Michael Lee Boland John Morgan Bradley Robert Ashe Bridges Robert Lawrence Bright Mace Lain Brindley Jerry Ray Broadus David Kress Brooks Robert Patrick Burpo David Luther Caffey Joe Lloyd Carter Michael Claude Caruso John Warren Gates Robert Alan Chereck Robert C. Christy Thomas Robert Colgin Tomas Coronado William Henry Daniel Paul Stuart Davenport Christopher Robert Davis Richard Mason Davis Philip Stephen Dial Robert Douglas Duncan Stephen Alfred Dunlap Charles Edward Dyer III Patrick Joseph Dyer Dennis Lee Elam Roger Paul Elliott Arthur James Estes Stuart Alan Fayner Robert Lewis Fine Jon Allan Fischer John Thomas Fletcher Peterson Foster Steven Irwin Frank David O ' Brien Frederick Marc Alan Freedman John Erik Gangstad Gamewell Duncan GantB Bruce Dale Garnett Charles Tate Gauntt Michael Lon Gee James Sidney Gibson John Rice Glauser Bill Monroe Golden Carl Richeson Gregory Harold Dennis Grotevan James O. Guleke II Gary Boyd Guy Dennis Clyde Haley Louie A. Hamilton III Calvin Harberson III Grady Lynn Harris Ronald Jay Harrison Paul Robert Hartmann William Henry Healy Randolph Clyde Hensoij Thomas Edward Hill Michael Henry Hogan David Carl Hollrah Gary Doyle Holmes James Deroy Howard Gerald Winston Hunn Ronald George Janda Jonathan Scott Jay Delbert Alan Johns Arthur Herman Johnsto Michael Henry Joly Hilton Pressley Jones II Phillip Jumonville Joe Henry Juren Richard Gilbert Karm Billy Van Keating Wesley William Kennedy David Monroe Kern Birch Duke Kimbrough II John Christoph Klasing Michael Armistead Klaveness David A. Lane Lance Wesley Latham Ernest Clinton Lawrence Dennis Fields Lee Larry Jerome Leon Gordon Taylor Lepley HI Mark Leshin Charles Jay Lewis Richard James Leyda Steven Louis Little David Allen Lord John Taylor Love Don Anthony Lundy Joseph Traylor Lynch James Leonard MacDonald Christopher Barn " Malick Thomas Edward Marburger Arthur Randolph Marroquin David Allen MJ Arthur Tobin Matins Gary Brent Mayes Neil Column MrCabe Jon Michael MeCaskill George Robert McCaul Mack McFarland William Michael McGinnis Jr. Floyd Robert Miller Louis Edward Mi c Kenneth Allan Moore Philip Edward Moore " Robert Edward Moore Roland Brice Moore III Frank John Mozula Carl Frank Muska Thomas Ward V Daryl Wray Neustiel H. Lee Norris III Court Bartlett Norton James Eredriek Oiesen Edward John O ' Neill Arthur Jackson Orbin Donnie Franklin Tarkerjr Scott Schreiner Parker Marc William Payton Arthur Ivan Pearson Robert Dickey Peterson Travis Joe Phifer Jon T. Pitts David Gary Plasek Stanley Dean I ' omarantz John jftarvin Pope William Andrew Poynter John Edward Presley Roy Charles Ruder Stanley Charles Rech Joseph Newton Riggs III Joseph Nev James Reid Robinson II William Albert Rodgers ! Gary Louis Rose Glen Allen Rosenbaum Henry Grady Rylander III Reynaldo Sanchez Michael Edward Scanio Wallace John Schroeder Jack Weller Seiders Joseph Marc Shabot Wade David Shaw James Loyd Shawn III Paul Eugene Sheffield Cecil Rob Sloan Richard Allen Snell Howard Marc Stein Arthur Edward Stephens William Clay Stoltz Robert Eugene Stovall Arnold Mat Strashun Gerald Edward Streit David Homer Thornberry William Thomas Thweatt Jr. John R. Turpin Jr. Joseph Daniel Udovic Konald L. Upchurch Thomas Ray l. ' rhunek George Waverly Vest Jr. Ronald Wayne Vickery John Richd Volz Jack Boid Waide John Allan Walker James Oillum Watkins Richard Bowen Wellborn David Douglas White David Sterling White Gary Stephens White Bala Marlow Williams Christopher John Wilson Travis Gene Wilson Alan Douglas Winter Lance Wittlif Donald Roger Woest Allison Sing Yee Thomas Flory York John Henry Zammito George Frank Zapalac John William Zern Page 587 RHO CHI (I HONORARY PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY Founded, University of Michigan, 1922 Texas Chapter, 1929 President Vice-President Historian . . . Secretary-Treasur Carl Clarence Albers Glenn David Appelt ( Alex Herman Robert Graves Brown i Henry Matthew Burlage Frank Peter Cosgrove CHARLES DAVID ROSS ANTHONY CHARLES JUNG k. . . . ALEX BERMAN . ROBERT GRAVES BROWN ACULTY MEMBERS John Emerson Davis Jaime N. Delgado Gunnar Gjerstad Wallace Lewis Guess Esther Jane Wood Hall Eugene Ivan Isaacson Frederick Valentine Lofgren Herbert Frederick Schwartz II William Johnson Sheffield Gerald Sullivan mt Frank Worrell Eugene Austin Biegert Dallas Charles Dill Sushil Kumar Gomer Bill David Jobe Anthony Charles Jung MEMBERS Joseph William Kosh Reginald William Lowe Joseph Ruben Moreno Melvin Vernon Podsim Charles David Ross Terry Oliver Tottenham Carlos Valdez Donald Duane Vogt Billy Burben Wylie INITIATES Daniel Acosta Neal Helme Bigelow Thomas Allison Clark David Mackey Daniels Jon Hope Edwards Stephanie Anne Evans William Garland Haney Jr. Pedro Huerta Jr. Page 588 Henry Anthony Pavliska Thomas Edward Snell Lee Roy Treadway Travis Lynn Warthan TAU BETA PI HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY FOR MEN Founded, ijetygh Universvlty, 1885 Texas Chapter, 19 It OFFICERS y President . . . .T ?T . ' . .... JAMES ROBERT KAMRATH Vice-PTesident . ....(.... RICHARD DIXON MAXWELL Corresponding, Secretary MM ' K 1 HURT BRANSTETTER Recording Secretary | -L . 1 JAMES ELLIOTT DEANS Treasurer 1 I WILLIAM HENRY GRONA Cataloger JM JM E ii 1 " " " LYNN SETLIFF Nasser Al-Rashid Carl Ray Bailey Gilbert Lowell Baker James David Becker Barry James Boecker Carl Ferdinand Boehm Jr. Allen Dickson Boger Jr. Robert Franklin Boggus Joe Tom Bouchier Burt Branstetter Thomas Oswell Brightman Richard Nelson Chandler Charles Andrew Cofas James Elliott Deans Paul Douglas Engeling Robert Lee Ewing Gerado A. Aguirre Kim-Tung Au George Alvin Bennett David Calhoun Bonner Gene Raymond Bosse John Wesley Cardwell Ernest Harris Cockrell James Danny Coffman Lynn Edward Costlow Jim Harold Derryberry Joe L. Devine Nathan Bayne Dodge Kenneth Elmer Eickmann Michial Murray Emery Paul Gain Howard Wesley Glueck William Henry Gro V B. Paul Guyton John Baskin Harper Clinton Sylvester Hartmann Kerry Manler Hawkins Warren Malcolm Heffington Jimmy Lee Hollis Edmund Joseph Hribtnak Jr. Donald Roy Johnson James Robert Kamrath Rostam M. Kavoussi James Robert Kelsey Richard Kent Lennington Charles Robert Lewis G. Patrick Martin Richard Dixon Maxwell John Willard Moore Gary Wayne Munson Dominic Nicolosi Jr. Robert Vincent Ojjden James Edward Pruskc- Danny Keith Ralcy Stephen Rester Howard Nixon Roberts Ronald Ray Rounsaville Charles Clemon Scaief III Richard Henry Scbtoeder Jerry Lynn David Rex Si FALL INITIATES Douglas JlM Btrguson Tom W. Fogwell Tom Jordan Gentry Darryl Paul Greenwood Larry Wayland Grii Robert Brown Higgins Jr. Millard Lee Holderfield Carl Glenn Hood Don Wayne Hoppens Jack LeRoy Howe Jr. Hervey Stuart Hutchins Edward Christian Jelks James Brian Klulm Richard Lee Kleir William Randolph Ley George Baxter Mackey Robert George Makela. Robert Leonard McDonald Gerald Kirby Miller II Larry Allen Muenzler Ron H. Munden Edgar Oelkers Jr. Jerome Joe Pawelek Jr. Allan Barr Plunkett John Thomas Robinson Ilhan Sen SPRING INITIATES I Ronald Dominic Slovikoski John Alston Smith Charles Altus Snell Jackie Lee Stone Chia-Hsiaing Sung Herbert James Sutherland Roy Joel Swanson Robert Lynn Sykes Charles Ray Thomas Joe Byron Underwood William John VandenBosch C. Gene Voorhees James Terrell Walker James Rawls Williams William Ozie Wray Chris Michael Shaughnessy Fred Lee Sims William Roman Slovak John Rosecoe Smith Jr. Donald Freeman Stafford Kenneth David Thompson |Jesus Turullols ' awwaz Ulaby [Richard Arthur Warriner lharles Michael Watson ' homas Edwin Watts lennis Harry Withers idwin Arnold Zwald Jr. Larry Wayne Abernathy Charles Francis Archer Robert Carlos Baker John Wesley Barnes Frank Hopkins Bell William Norman Berezovytch Steven Sprague Boss John Philip Buckner David Buxton Campbell Terry Soren Christensen Michael James Clark John R. Clayton Larry Oliver Clevenger Jack Lee Coe George Robert Craig Marshall Byron Darby Lawrence Daniel Dorr Hiram Ben Duncan Thomas Haines Edward; Philip Lawrence Eiserlo Charles Eugene Ellis Robert Mark Emmer Larry Harp Frederick Rafael Jorge Gramatges William Louis Guyton Steven Woodrow Hill Edward S. Hyman Donald Earl Jones Jerry Dale Kennrdy orman Glenn Koepnick Lany Carroll Levitt Jaaes Darryl Lindsey William Harbert -Marshall Jaaes Leo McCreary Igmc Rudolph Matocha Jr. Joe McGee Mayo Jr. CMrles Walter Osgood YHong Peng Thomas Gordon Price Jr. Farrokh Niroomand Rad " Sines B. Riggs Jerry Elbert Roeder Kenneth Gordon Roesle Phillip Martin Sigmund Iman Soengkowo John Eric Swanson Byron D. Tapley Don H. Thornbury Jr. Jay Henry Troell Paul Martin Weaver Hugh Wilbanks III Herald Warren Winkler Jung Hsi Yang Mario Zamora Gay Marion Ziller Jr. Page 589 SCHOLASTIC HONORARY AC ' IVI [ES Right: Spring initiates of Alpha Lambda Delta signed membership roster at the end of their initiation ceremony. Below: Omicron Nu members sponsored a tea honoring their new initiates in the home economics honorary. GRADUATES AND GRADUATING SENIORS Page 591 ADAMS, JOHN LEWIS, Overton Law, X, Silver Spurs, Goodfellow, Students ' Association Union Committees, Order of Alcalde, Round-Up, IFC, Outstanding Business Student ALLBRIGHT, JAMES ALLEN, Austin Finance, American Finance Association, Graduate Students Asso- ciation AL-RASHID, NASSER I., Hayel, Saudi Arabia Civil Engineering, H2, XE, TBII, K , ASCE, ITE, TSPE, Organization of Arab Students, International Club, Students ' Association Committees, MUN ATKINSON, GARDNER DAVIS JR., San Antonio Mechanical Engineering, Longhorn Band, American Nuclear Society BARR, RICHARD STUART, Austin Management, X J , IEEE, SEC BEAN, RICHARD ELLIS, Houston Accounting, A2IT, BrZ, BA , K I , America n Finance Associa- tion, Honor Roll, Aaron Hamilton Chute Award, Arthur Young and Company Scholarship BERNIARD, LEWIS JOHN III, Baytown Chemical Engineering, TBII, S2XE, 4 AT, Graduate Fellow BLACK, HOLLIS MANSFIELD III, Dallas Statistics, Graduate Fellow, Karate Club, Campus Crusade BLACKWELL, JAMES LEE, Overton Finance, AT, Business Honors Plan, Union Committees BONDUR, JOHN MAURICE, Newburgh, N. Y. Radio-Television-Film BORN, GEORGE H., Austin Aerospace Engineering, TBH, K4 , 2FT BROWN, CECIL CHARLES JR., Meridian, Miss. Accounting BROWN, JAMES CROZIER, Waco Civil Engineering, A U, XE, ASCE, TSPE, SEC, Student-Faculty Discipline Committee, Election Commission, Sweetheart Election Com- mittee CAMP, ROGER EDWIN, Post Finance, AKT, Scabbard and Blade, T Association, Intramurals, Simkins Epicureans CANANT, RAY MOSCHEL, Abilene English, A Cappella Choir, Teaching Assistant CARROLL, BILLY DAN, Gatesville Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKN, IEEE GRADUATES CASSEL, JOHN J., Longview Journalism, AA2 CHAPPELL, ANN S., Austin Speech, Assembly, Acacia Order of Delphi, Round-Up, Graduate Students Association, Teaching Assistant, Outstanding Student CHENAULT, WILLIAM BLEWETT III, Houston Law, A f n, Moot Court, Law Day, Collegiate Forum, Union Students ' Association Committees, Union Council, Oratorical Association, Varsity Debate, YR, International Club, Round- Up, Challenge, Freshman Council, Orientation Adviser, Simkins Epicureans, Simkins Counselor CISSIK, JOHN HENRY, McGregor Zoology, Graduate Students Association, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Cactus Section Editor, Teaching As- sistant, Research Scientist Assistant CLAYTON, OWEN GRIFFITH, Fort Worth Latin, 112 COLINA-VARGAS, CARLOS ALBERTO, Barranquilla, Colombia Community and Regional Planning, AIP COLINA-VARGAS, MIGUEL ANGEL, Barranquilla, Colombia Management, A J fJ, International Club CONWAY, DORRIS CLAUDYNE, Austin Social Work, 62 t, National Association of Social Workers COOPER, HERBERT BRAXTON, Baytown Business Administration COVINGTON, TIMOTHY RAY, Grand Prairie Pharmacy, I AX, LPhA, Pharmacy Council, Honor Roll CUPAIOLI, IAN LAURENCE, Dallas Finance, I K I ' , American Finance Association DOVENSPIKE, THOMAS L., Austin Marketing EANES, HARVEY RADNOR III, Beaumont Educational Psychology, AXA, J II2, X, Order of Alcalde, Union Council, Orientation Adviser, Freshman Council Adviser, Graduate Students Association, Students ' Association Union Committees, Friars, Outstanding Student ECONOMIDY, JOHN H., Wichita Falls Government, SAX, Daily Texan Editor, AFROTC, Public Rela- tions Society ESTRIN, STEVEN ARNOLD, Kansas City, Mo. 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S ATCHISON, SHARON KAY, Austin History ATKINSON, MARJORIE JEAN, Corpus Christ! English ATWELL, JAMES FRANK, Houston Transportation, AROTC, Intramurals, T Association AU, KIM-TUNG, Hong Kong Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBH, 4 HZ, IEEE AUGUSTUS, KATHEY ANN, Wichita Falls Latin, A I !7, H2 J , I A8, Scope AYERS, LOUIS McCLELLAN JR., Houston Electrical Engineering, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, IEEE BADOUH, EDWARD JR., New Braunfels Marketing, 2X, CBA Council, Representative Party, IFC, American Marketing Association, Assembly BAILEY, CARL RAY, Carlsbad, N. M. Electrical Engineering, TBIT, HKX, Engineering Fellow, IEEE BAILEY, JOHN RADLEY, San Antonio Insurance, ATA BAILEY, RALPH VINCENT, Austin Zoology, KA, HE, AEA BAILEY, THOMAS FRANK, Austin Chemistry, AXZ, 1 HZ, International Club, International Friendship Association BAIRD, JAMES McKINNEY, Bellaire Finance, ft. Freshman Swimming BAIRD, KENNY MAC, Amarillo Biology, IIKA BAISDEN, ORVILLE RAY JR., Alexandria, Va. Government, Challenge BAKER, GILBERT LOWELL, Dallas Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKN BAKER, LINDA RUTH GOULD, Austin Home Economics, Home Economics Chapter CLASS OF 1967 BAKER, ROBERT ALLEN, Dallas Government History BALDERACH, WAYNE ALAN, Baytown Marketing BALLARD, JUDITH ELAINE, Friendswood Special Education, Felecia Co-Operative Co-Ordinator, Co- Ordinators ' Council, Longhorn Singers, Goodfellow, Education Council BANNON, JOHANNA FRANCES, Fort Worth Mathematics, AAA, Newman Club, Actuarial Club BARBEE, NANCI SUE, Houston Latin American Studies, Xfi, Students ' Association Committees, Fresh- man Council, Sing-Song BARENBLAT, BETTY, San Antonio Sociology, AE ! 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Union Committees, Scope, Speleological Society CAFFERTY, PAUL, Houston Finance, A2IT, American Finance Association, Real Estate Insti- tute. Insurance Society, Simkins Epicureans CALDWELL, JOSEPH WALLACE, Boulder, Colo. 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Round-Up CONWAY, WALTER PHILIP, Austin Accounting, Honor Roll COOK, DON SELMAN, Victoria Accounting COOK, WALTER LOUIS JR., Atlanta Accounting, KA, BA , Silver Spurs, Students ' Association Commit- tees, Freshman Council COOPER, LEONARD WELDON, Odessa Chemical Engineering, AXZ, AIChE COORS, JEANNE PARHAM, Memphis, Tenn. Art History, KAfl CORDER, MAIDA MILDRED, San Antonio English, AAJI, Longhorn Band Texas Star, SRD Adviser, Students ' Association Committees, Freshman Council, Sum- mer Orientation Adviser CORDTS, CONSTANCE CAMELIA, Beaumont Plan II, International Club, Student Religious Liberals CORNWELL, GARY TYLER, Houston Accounting, ATJ2 COURSEY, DOUGLAS ERNEST, Coleman Pharmacy, K ' l ' , LPhA, Union Committees, Freshman Track COWAN, MARGARET ANN, Arlington, Va. 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Government, Kinsolving Student Assistant, Freshman Council DRISCOLL, WILLIAM DAN, Austin Mathematics, 2X, H, Varsity Tennis, T Association, Outstanding Student DUBOIS, ALLAN KEITH, San Antonio English, K8, AROTC, Newman Club, YD, Scabbard and Blade DUBOSE, FRED A. JR., Corsicana Advertising, AA2, Acacia, Orientation Adviser, Round-Up DUDAS, JOYCE DEBORAH, Refugio Speech Pathology and Audiology ::.. ED A..; 1 i: ' K Page 606 DUESER, RAYMOND DENSON, Fort Worth Anthropology, BftlT, MAX, A S Council, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile DUGGIN, JILL KATHRYN, Austin Home Economics, OX DUNBAR, ANN, Belton Mathematics DUNLEVY, PATRICIA, Austin Geography, F8T DUNN, HARVEY THOMAS, Richardson Finance, American Finance Association, Freshman Council DUNN, PAMELA, Baytown English German, ZTA, Ashbel, Der Eulenspiegelverein, TSEA DUNN, RICHARD EDWARD, Garland Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, AXA, Order of Alcalde, Cactus Staff DUNWOODY, WILLIAM McCOMB, Houston Finance, f A8, CBA Council, Business Honors Plan, Stu- dents ' Association Committees DURHAM, DAVID LEE, San Angelo Microbiology, K8 DWYER, WARREN LEONARD PORTER, Austin English DWYER, WILLIAM HENRY III, Houston Finance, 1 AB EASTER, ALVIN FREDRICK, San Antonio Mathematics, A j A EBY, ROBERT CORTLAND, Austin Psychology, t A8 ECKENROTH, EDWARD KILMER, San Antonio Engineering Route to Business Administration, Karate Club EDWARDS, JON HOPE, San Angelo Pharmacy, K , AEA, PX, LPhA, Honor Roll EDWARDS, WILLIAM MICHAEL, Dallas Chemical Engineering CLASS OF 1967 Qu. r,0ot- EHLERS, KATHLEEN ANNE, Williams AFB, Ariz. English EICKMANN, KENNETH ELMER, Austin Mechanical Engineering, TBH, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Honor Roll, Intramurals EIKENBERRY, DANIEL HENRY, Chariton, Iowa World Resources and International Business, tK ' I ' , Madrigal Singers, A Cappella Choir, Longhorn Singers, Freshman Bas- ketball EISENBERG, STANLEY JAY, San Antonio Finance, i 2A, Silver Spurs, Representative Party, Univer- sity Co-op Board of Directors, Round-Up, Freshman Coun- cil, Campus Chest, Students ' Association Committees EKHOLM, FRANCINE ELIZABETH, Fort Worth English ELICK, NANCY ELEANOR, Bellville History Government, XJ2, Southern Singers, University Chorus ELLERBEE, HARRIETT A., Woodville Spanish French, ZTA ELLERMANN, CAROLE JEAN, Dallas Home Economics ELLETT, ROBERT HARLAN JR., Lake Jackson Accounting, Business Honors Plan, YR ELLIOTT, GARY EUGENE, Austin Industrial Management, Intramurals ELLIOTT, L. ALINE, Baytown Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, AOII, Society for the Advancement of Management, UTSA ELLIS, JAN, Kerrville Office Administration, BBA ELLISON, GLENN EDWARD, Tyler Government, I HS ELLWOOD, WILLIAM CHARLES, El Campo Marketing, 2AE, AZII, Intramurals ELROD, HAMLIN KENNEDY JR., Big Spring Industrial Management, ASH, Intramurals, Society for the Advancement of Management ELROD, PATRICIA ANNE, Houston Elementary Education Sociology, ZTA, A0, AKI Royal Spirit Committee, SEA Page 607 EMBRY, JAMES EVERETT, Corpus Christi Aerospace Engineering, Newman Club, AIAA EMERSON, DONALD EDWARD JR., Houston Marketing, A2II, NROTC, American Marketing Association EMERSON, JOHN CONNER, Austin Finance, ATA, MIi;, Silver Spurs, Honor Roll, CEC, Round- Up, Challenge EPSTEIN, ELLEN EDITH, Dallas Elementary Education, A I E, Education Council, Panhel- lenic, Freshman Council, Union Committees ERSKINE, BLAKE CHARLES, Tehuacana Prelaw ERWIN, ALAN RUSSELL, Baytown Public Relations, AA2, 2AX, Cactus Section Editor, Public Relations Society, Royal Spirit Committee, Students ' Association Union Committees ESCAMILLA, PETER MANUEL, Corpus Christi Mathematics ESPARZA, ALMA RIOJAS, San Antonio Spanish, SEA ESTES, BILLY DEAN, San Benito Zoology Premedical, Tejas Club EVANS, KAREN, Corpus Christi French, International Club, French Club, Der Eulenspiegelverein, La Piccola EVANS, REBECCA ORTIZ, Austin Elementary Education Spanish, University Chorus, BSU, ICC, Goodfellow, Felecia Co-Operative EZON, STEVEN SAMUEL, Houston Finance, A2, A t A, AK , Karate Club, Students ' Associa- tion Committees, University Party FAGIN, MICHAEL K., Austin Accounting, X t FAICKNEY, ROBERT FRANCIS, Angleton Accounting, ATA FAIREY, LINDA LOU, Texas City Business Education, nniT, BBA, Freshman Council FALBO, PASQUALE GREGORY, San Antonio Aerospace Engineering, TAi), AFROTC, Intramurals I Ah GRADUATING SENIORS fi k -V s FALK, WALTER SAMUEL III, Rockport Government, " t , A ' i ' H, II2A, Intercollegiate Forensic, Teaching Assistant FARINACCI, NICK A., San Antonio Electrical Engineering, IEEE FARISH, WILLIAM CRAWFORD IV, Dallas Aerospace Engineering, KA, Assembly, IFC, Silver Spurs, Order of Alcalde, SEC, TSP Board, Students ' Association Committees FAYLE, ROBERT WILLIAM, Baytown Zoology, Acacia, Students ' Association Union Committees FECHT EL, JAMES MILTON, Dallas Mathematics, I Kri FELTZ, LAURENCE LEE, Waupaca, Wis. Government. Brackenridge Hall Counselor FENDRICH, RENEE MADELEINE, Miami Beach, Fla. Plan II Spanish, Daily Texan FENNELL, JAMES ARTHUR, Austin Psychology FIFE, MARCIA NANCY, Hempstead Textiles, Clothing and Fashion Design, Home Economics Chapter, Newman Club FINLEY, DEE SOLON JR., Fort Worth Finance, KA, Varsity Golf, T Association FISHER, STEVEN TROY, Fort Worth Aerospace Engineering, AIAA FITZGERALD, RAY MUNN, Houston History Premedical, X, ABA FLEWHARTY, GLENDA RAY, Grand Prairie English FLORES, OLGA ELISA, Mexico City, Mexico Microbiology FLOURNOY, GENIA LOUISE, Houston History, XTA FLOWERS, RICHARD STUART, Austin Statistics, AT, Longhorn Flying Club, Freshman Council, Association for Business Applications of Computers FRE1 Malhi U Fl R; : : : R ' Ll llicrc c, In a CALI bh, C: Page 608 I I FORD, JOHN WILLIAM, Abilene Pharmacy, t AX, Varsity Track, LPhA, Karate Club, Glee Club, University Chorus FORD, LAURA DEAN, La Marque Law, IIB 1 , AAA, -M5 Kinsolving, Southern Belles, Honor Roll FOREIT, DARLEEN RAE, Victoria English FOREMAN, JAMES ROBERT, El Paso Atmospheric Science, Wesley Foundation, Arnold Air So- ciety, AFROTC, American Meteorological Society FORSHAGEN, DOUGLAS ADOLPH JR., Fort Worth Finance, K FORT, SHERRI LYNN, Garland History English, AAA, Golden Hearts, Kinsolving Adviser, SEA, MUN FOSTER, BETTYE SUE, Austin Elementary Education FOWLER, OTIS LINDLEY, Sabinal Accounting FOWLER, POLLY ANN, Laredo English, FAB, Southern Singers, TSEA FOX, DAVID THOMAS, Austin Pharmacy FOX, GILBERT E., Dallas Accounting, " t A, Freshman Council, UTSAM FOX, MURRAY EDWARD, Dallas Zoology, TA FRAMPTON, JERRY DOYLE, Tyler Chemical Engineering FRANK, JAMES DAVID, Dallas Mechanical Engineering, TSPE FRANKLIN, MARTHA LOUISE, Bryan Government, Curtain Club, YR FRAZIER, MARY LINNET, McKinney Government, AAA, MUN, Challenge, Students ' Association Committees CLASS OF 1967 - FREIBAND, MICHAEL ANDREW, San Antonio Mathematics, International Club, Union Committees, La Piccola, Challenge, Honor Roll FRENTRESS, JERRY LEON, San Antonio Radio-Television, AEP, f K J , Honor Roll, Outstanding Junior in Communication FRIEDRICH, CALVIN H., Fredericksburg Accounting, A2II FRIZZELLE, SHARON JEAN, San Antonio Special Education, THT, Blanton Adviser, Y, SEA, Inter- national Club, Student Council for Exceptional Children FROEHNER, LINDA LOU, Houston Elementary Education, SEA FRUCHTER, JUDITH ELLEN, Austin Sociology, ArA, Junior Fellow, Freshman Council, Union Com- mittees, Scope, Undergraduate Research Grant FRY, MARK ALLEN, San Antonio Physics, A S2, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Physics Honors Program FULLER, EDWARD OSCAR, San Antonio Mathematics, AFROTC FULTON, JOHN DAVID JR., Dayton Microbiology GABLE, CHALMERS DUKE, Hearne Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, A2TT, Karate Club GALBRAITH, MICHAEL RAY, Houston Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, Longhorn Singers GALLAWAY, BARBARA GAIL, Kingsville Home Economics, KAIT, ON, Home Economics Chapter GALLAWAY, WALTER CRAIG, Mercedes Industrial Management, 2IK GALLOWAY, MARTHA McCLINTOCK, Austin Home Economics GAMMAGE, TROUPE EARNEST III, Houston Insurance, Insurance Society GAMMON, MICHAEL EUGENE, Denton Mathematics, t AB, Varsity Basketball, T Association, Friars, Order of Alcalde, Texas Cowboys Page 609 GANDER, JOYCE ELLEN, San Antonio English GARABEDIAN, BERGE FRANCOIS, Beirut, Lebanon Physical Education, Acacia, Organization of Arab Students, Intra- murals GARCIA, IRMA LOURDES, Harlingen Latin American Studies, International Club, Newman Club, ICC, Intramurals, Co-Operative Blind Student Services GARCIA, LUIS ALFONSO, San Diego Pharmacy GARCIA, MARY VIRGINIA, Corpus Christ! Spanish, Whitis Co-Operative, Panhellenic Scholarship, Honor Roll GARCIA, MICHAEL ANGEL JR., San Antonio Architecture, Freshman Council CARD, RONNIE JOE, Athens Finance, Real Estate Institute, American Finance Association GARNER, JOHN H. II, Brownwood Finance, 1 K2 GARRETTE, CHARLES RAY, Nacogdoches Premedical Zoology, YD GASAWAY, CAROLE SUSAN, Houston History, AX, SEA, Freshman Council, Union Committees GEDDIE, JOHN BALDWIN, Fort Worth Marketing, BHII, American Marketing Association GEISSLER, WALLACE HUGH JR., San Antonio Electrical Engineering, i Ktt, IEEE GENTRY, TOM JORDAN, Big Spring Electrical Engineering, IIKA, TBTI, 4 ' IIi), Silver Spurs, Order of Alcalde, IFC, Assembly, SEC, Outstanding Student GEORGE, JOSEPH AARON, Houston Economics, Nueces College House, YD GERCHSHEIMER, CARLOTA, East Bernard German GERDES, ALVIN LOUIS II, San Antonio Mathematics GRADUATING SENIORS GERMAN, MARGARET KEITH, Bryan Elementary Education, AAA, TSEA GERMER, EDNA DIANE, Edna Elementary Education, AFA, TBS, Longhorn Band GEWIN, BILLY KAY, Pearsall Journ.-ilism GIBBS, GARY CLINTON, Abilene Engineering Route to Business Administration, 211 GIBSON, KAY ANNELLE, Beaumont English, SEA GIESECKE, JAMIE LEA, Angleton Secondary Education, TOT, TSEA, Upperclass Adviser GIESECKE, RICHARD EDWARD, Marble Falls Marketing, American Marketing Association GIFFEN, DONALD EMMETT, Harlingen Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, A Cappella Choir GILDEMEISTER, EDWARD AUGUSTUS, San Antonio History, AFROTC, Campus Guild Co-Operative, American Institute of Archaeology GILLESPIE, CAROL LEE, Walker AFB, N. M. Art, Ar, Art Students Association, Freshman Council GILLESPIE, ROBERT M., Sherman Plan II, AT, Pre-Law Association GILLINGWATER, BARRY SIDNEY, Winnipeg, Canada Pharmacy, t AX, Honor Roll GILLIS, THOMAS JAMES, Wharton Electrical Engineering, KA , AIEE, YD, BSU, Intramurals GILMORE, SAMMY MICHAEL, Bowie, Md. English, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade GILREATH, CHARLES LUCIAN, Amarillo English GIPSON, CHARLES ROGER, Lake Jackson Chemical Engineering, 2 t E, AIChE, Silver Spurs, Round- Up, Freshman Council, TES Magazine, Orientation Advisors Committee I ' .., Psyc ( Page 610 V; ( s " GISH, STANLEY KEITH, Fort Worth Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, TSPE GISH, TERRY EDWIN, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering, ASME, NSPE GISH, TOM ROBERT, San Antonio Accounting, ATA, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Business Honors Plan GLASER, RICHARD JAMES, San Antonio Government, Acacia, Varsity Swimming , NROTC, Scabbard and Blade GONZALEZ, TERESITA, Laredo Pharmacy, KK, Newman Hall Adviser GONZALEZ-ARROYO, ESTHER, Laredo Mathematics, K Kirby, Laredo Club GOODWIN, ALICE BETH, Austin Microbiology, 1 ' 1 B, A t T, Freshman Council, Union Committees GOODWIN, CHARLES REID JR., Waco History GORDON, MARY KATHLEEN, Beaumont Zoology, AKA, Newman Club GOREN, JANET ROSE, Houston Elementary Education, AK I , Mortar Board, Angel Flight, Blue- bonnet Belle Finalist, Spooks GOSTECNIK, MARSHA GAY, Houston Elementary Education, Al Ten Most Beautiful, Angel Flight, Little Sigmas, Sweetheart Nominee GOTSCH, WAYNE EDWARD, Edinburg Aerospace Engineering, AIAA GOULDIE, CHARLES DURHAM, Austin History COVE, OTIS RAY, San Angelo Accounting, BA , Honor Roll GRAEFF, HERMAN PAUL, Houston Physics, Longhorn Flying Club, Longhorn Singers GRAFIUS, ELIZABETH ISABELL, Bellaire Mathematics History, AOIT, Panhellenic, Spooks, Varsity- Carnival, Union Committees CLASS OF 1967 stole - GRAHAM, DOUGLAS COOPER, Fort Worth Government, Pre-Law Association, Insurance Society GRAHAM, GEORGIA ANITA, Corpus Christ! Spanish, I1B I GRAVES, THOMAS ALLEN, Corpus Christi Engineering Route to Business Administration, ATA, Texas Cowboys, Orientation Advisors Committee GRAY, GERALDINE ELIZABETH, San Antonio Elementary Education, KAII, SEA GREEN, CELIA, San Antonio English, Union Committees GREEN, ROBERT CHARLES, Moran Mathematics, X-t , UTSAM, Residence Hall Staff Member GREEN, RUFUS JR., Corpus Christi Premedical Zoology, A t ' A GREEN, THOMAS AARON JR., Corsicana English GREENFIELD, DAVID JR., Houston Psychology, ti:A, Freshman Council, Karate Club GREGG, SANDRA KATHLEEN, San Angelo Music Education, 2AI, Southern Singers, University Chorus, Fine Arts Council, Music Advisory Committee, Senior Cabinet, Music Educators National Conference GREGORY, DAVID MICHAEL, Denton Finance, OAK, Tejas Club, Texas Cowboys, Order of Alcalde, Freshman Council, Honor Roll, Business Honors Plan, Out- standing Student CRIBBLE, JAMES THOMAS III, Austin Transportation, 2X, AXA, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC GRIFFITH, PATRICIA ANN, San Antonio Sociology GRIFFITHS, GAIL, Dallas Speech History, KA8 GRIMLAND, JOSEPH RUSH JR., Grand Prairie Mathematics, IIKA GRISHAM, JOHN MARION, Rusk Finance, BS Page 611 GROBOWSKY. DONALD RICHARD, Lockhart Accounting, 1 K GRONES. ROYCE GENE, Hallettsville Mathematics GROSSMAN, ELIZABETH ANN, Corpus Christ! Biology GROVE, CAROLYN WOOD, Atlanta, Ga. Mathematics Speech, XJ2, AFA, Ten Most Beautiful, Sweetheart Nominee, Freshman Council GROVE, GLENNA HELEN. Corpus Christi Elementary Education, AAH, Sing-Song GROVES, BARBARA LYNN, Texarkana Sociology, Carothers Adviser. YR GUAJARDO, JOSEPH ELOY, San Antonio Zoology GUERRA, IRAM LETICIA, San Antonio Sociology Social Welfare Studies GUEST, HENRY GRADY JR., Houston Architectural Engineering. AAAE, TSPE GUILLOT, PATRICK CARL, Dallas Government, YR GUY, PAUL WILLIAM, Austin Mathematics, 0112, t K I , M5K, Honor Roll GUYNES, JAYNEE CAROLE, Grand Prairie Art Education, AXS2, Kinsolving Adviser, Royal Spirit Com- mittee, Students ' Association Committees, UTSA, Commer- cial Art Students League GUYNES, MARY JO, Borger French HAAS, MARILYN LOUISE, Victoria Elementary Education, ACE HACKERMAN, STEPHEN M., Austin Government, 2X, I HS, t BK HAFNER, HAYDEN SHIELDS JR., Tyler Mathematics, Texas Sacred Singers GRADUATING SENIORS I HAGEN, MICHAEL FRANCIS, Texarkana Electrical Engineering, IEEE HAIDUSEK, EDWIN JOSEPH, Weimar Pharmacy, 1 AX HAINES, JERALD C., Abilene Radio-Television-Film, 271 HALL, ANN, Galveston Elementary Education, SEA HALL, DAVID MICHAEL, Danville, 111. Government HALL, MARTHA JOE, Dalhart Speech Pathology and Audiology HALL, ROBERT EDWARD, San Antonio Mathematics, I KB HALTER, JACK CHANDLER, Baytown Plan II, MI2, 1 ' BK, Junior Fellow HALVERSON, MICHAEL ALFRED, Abilene World Resources and International Business HAMFF, WESLEY CHRISTIAN, Paige Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, Longhorn Flying Club HAMILTON, ADRIANNE ANN, Azle History, Acacia Order of Delphi HAMILTON, WILLIAM BELHAVEN III, San Antonio Chemical Engineering, Acacia, AIChE HAMMONDS, JAMES LEON. Houston Accounting Finance, AK , Longhorn Singers, Union Committees HANCOCK, ROBERT L., Richardson Physics, NROTC, Crow ' s Nest, Intramurals HANER. JANE YVONNE, Alice Mathematics HANLEY, MICHAEL JAMES, Dallas Marketing. -hKH, American Marketing Association HA! Bit F HAS Md HE Mart Page 612 HANNA, MICHAEL MARTEN, Houston Predental History, i:X HARALDSON, ROBERT SCOTT, Houston Psychology, Student Religious Liberals, Y HARBISON, ROBERT LEWIS, Wiehita Falls Accounting, ' " M ' A, Texas Cowboys HARDY, CHARLES BERT, San Antonio Biology HARGRAVES, RICHARD LEE, Baytown Chemical Engineering HARGROVE, BEVERLY LAIRD, Wilmette, III. Biology Mathematics HARLAN, PAULA KAY, Houston Elementary Education, A ' I , Orange Jackets, Goodfellow, Edu- cation Council, Union Council, Upperclass Adviser, Election Commission, Operation Brainpower, ACE, SEA, Outstanding Student HARP, JEAN FAY, Yorktown English HARPER, JANET JOHNSTON, Hull Textiles, Clothing, Fashion Design, AAII. Freshman Council, Y HARPER, RICHMOND CHASE JR., Eagle Pass Marketing, -X HARRIS, ALLYN REUBEN, Corsicana Marketing, 2X, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Management HARRIS, CAMILLE COOK, Dallas Mathematics, Engineering Wives ' Club HARRIS, DARLENE FAYE, Pasadena Mathematics Government, ZTA, Freshman Cheerleader, White Star Sweethearts, Royal Spirit Committee HARRIS, SALLY ANN, Austin Marketing, r t B, Freshman Council HARTGROVE, MAE HELEN, San Angelo Accounting, KA , HI ' - HARTMANN, CLINTON SYLVESTER, Fredericksburg Electrical Engineering, TBF, HKN, I H2, Engineering Fel- low, Honor Roll, IEEE CLASS OF 1967 HARTRICK, GEORGIE CAROL, Baytown History HARTWELL, LESLIE JAMES, Waco Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Symphony Orchestra, BSU HASKETT, SONDRA FAYE, Katy Nutrition, Home Economics Chapter HASTEDT, JAN, Columbus Elementary Education, AAA, SEA HASTEN, LEONARD KENNETH, Mertens Mechanical Engineering, ASME HATCHER, ROBERT ALAN, Port Neches Marketing, 2AE HAWKINS, MINA JO, Fabens Elementary Education, AXS2, Freshman Council, Union Com- mittees HAWS, GAYLE ROYCE, Jacksonville Engineering Route to Business Administration, A MJ, YR HEATH, CHARLES BOBBY, Henderson Marketing, American Market ing .Association HECKMANN, DARLENE FAYE, Brenham Mathematics, TSEA HECKMANN, RAY WAYNE, Brenham Zoology HECTOR, JANE ELIZABETH, Beeville Art, Commercial Art Students League HEDRICK, ANN RUTH, Austin English, HAH, SEA HEIDEKE, ANN CAROL, Austin Special Education HEININGER, LEWIS HAROLD JR., Kingsville Engineering Route to Business Administration, ABAC HELGESON, RICHARD WARREN, Abilene Marketing Speech, AX, AFROTC, Varsity Debate, Real Estate Institute, American Marketing Association, UTSAM Page 613 HELMER, RICHARD EARLE III, Houston Zoology, 2X, Assembly, Silver Spurs, Union Committees, Freshman Council, YR, Honor Roll, Intramurals HEMBREE, LOUIS ARTHUR JR., Killeen Mathematics, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC, Speleological Society HENDERSON, BARBARA ELLEN, West Elementary Education, Education Council, International Club, ACE HENDERSON, KATHLEEN MARGARET, Baytown Nutrition, YR, Home Economics Chapter HENDERSON, ROBERT FRANKLIN JR., Frost History, Simkins Epicureans HENDRICKS, KAREN SUE, Texarkana English Government HENK, BARBARA JANE, Austin Business Education, AAII, IIS2II, CBA Council, Triggerettes, UTSA HENRY, BARBARA ANN, Corpus Christ! Government, KAB Scope, Honor Roll HENRY, CAMERON EDWARD, Corpus Christi Mathematics, t i,K HENRY, JOHNNY LEE, Fort Worth Microbiology, A 1 A, San Jacinto Counselor HENSLEE, KAREN SUE, Brenham Elementary Education, University Chorus, Freshman Council HEREFORD, SANFORD RAYMOND, Beaumont Accounting, A2 IT HERNANDEZ, RODOLFO, Laredo English HERNANDEZ, ROGER RUBEN, El Paso Pharmacy, K , LPhA HEROLD, VICKIE LEE, Austin Interior Design, AID HERRERA, MANUEL OSTROWSKI, San Antonio Romance Languages, 2AIT, Students ' Association Commit- tees, YR, Honor Roll, La Piccola, Round-Up GRADUATING SENIORS J l HERRON, DON WILSON, Austin Accounting HIGGINS, ROBERT BROWN JR., Merkel Civil Engineering, TBIT, XE, ASCE HILBURN, DON EDWARD, Pasadena Accounting HILBURN, HARRIET BESSIE, Gainesville Psychology, YR, Madison House Adviser HILL, CAROL JEANE, San Antonio Elementary Education, TSEA HILL, FRANCES OLIVIA, Wellington Mathematics, KAB, AAA, 1 BK, f B Kinsolving, Freshman Council, Union Committees, Honor Roll HILL, MALONE VINCENT JR., Austin Microbiology, X, Union Committees HILL, THOMAS FRANCIS, Dallas Finance, 1 A9, IFC, Texas Cowboys HILSHER, CHARLES LOUIS, Houston Chemical Engineering, AX, AIChE HINSON, LARRY KEITH, San Antonio Accounting, BA , Association for Business Applications of Com- puters HINTON, RICHARD CHARLES, Dallas Mathematics, KA, ' MIS, Freshman Council, Challenge, Campus Chest, Union Board of Directors, IFC HOBBS, KATHLEEN JANE, San Antonio Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, XJ), Sweet- heart Finalist HOBBS, TERRY LYNN, Austin Music Education, AX. TBS, 2AI, Longhorn Band, A Cappella Choir, Longhorn Singers, Assembly, Goodfellow, Student-Faculty Discipline Committee HODGE, JILL LANGSTON, Albuquerque, N. M. Government HOEPFNER, JUDY, Corpus Christi Spanish, ZTA, TSTA HOFFMAN, JEANE SUZANNE, Austin German, Upperclass Adviser, Union Committees, Der Eulen- spiegelverein, Freshman Council, Sisters of the Mystic Eye, Cactus Aid Page 614 fm ( c ff f HOFFMAN, NANCY ANN, Dallas English, I BK, English Honors Program HOLADAY, ANN ELIZABETH, San Antonio English Advertising, KKr, FAX HOLBERT, PAMELA, Terrell Textiles, Clothing Fashion Design, AAA, Home Economics Chapter, Ashhel, Union Committees, Freshman Council HOLGUIN, OMAR JOSEF, Austin Mathematics, Newman Club, Intramurals HOLLAND, CAROLYN SUE, Austin History Government, AOH, KAII, Spooks, Freshman Council, Round-Up HOLMAN, ALAN RICHARD, Austin Chemical Engineering, 2X, AIChE, Society for the Advancement of Management HOLMES, NED SWEENEY, Austin Law, I AB, Freshman Council HOLSTIEN, EDWIN LEON, Orange Mathematics, MIi, Longhorn Band HOLT, WILLIAM THAD, Austin Accounting, YR HOLUBEC, VICTOR JOE, Austin Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, A MJ, AFROTC HOMER, MARY ELLEN, Harlingen Elementary Education HOOVER, ROBERT JOSEPH, Austin Marketing HOPE, GARY WAYNE, Fischer History Government HOPPENS, DON WAYNE, Brenham Chemical Engineering, AX2, TBIT, HXE HORN, DIANA G., Muenster Interior Design, Newman Club HORNBURG, BOYCE, Austin American Studies, Tejas Club, Union Advisory Board, TTT, Visiting Fellows, Faculty-Student Cabinet, President ' s Ad- visory Cabinet, Freshman Council, Y, Outstanding Student, Academic Affairs CLASS OF 1967 HORNE, DANNY RAY, Longview Government HOUSER, ALAN RANDOLPH, San Antonio Botany, 1 HZ, AROTC, Intramurals, Royal Co-Operative, Junior Fellows HOUSER, JOHN H., Amarillo Finance HOUSER, LESLIE LOUISE, Houston Elementary Education, KA8 HOUSTON, DANIEL EDWARD, Austin Architecture HOUSTON, JAMES DUANE, Arlington Psychology, K HOUSTON, SANDRA KATHLEEN, Houston Elementary Education, Freshman Council, TSEA HOWE, NELSON CLIFTON III, San Antonio Spanish, YR HOWELL, LAWRENCE MACK, Grand Prairie Finance, K2, Freshman Basketball, American Finance Association HOWELL, PAMELA CHERYL, San Antonio Government, r t B HOWERTON, ERNEST EDWARD JR., San Antonio Premedical Zoology, 2N HUBENAK, EDMUND JOSEPH JR., Wharton Architectural Engineering, TBII, TSA, XE, AAAE HUERTA, PEDRO JR., Mathis Pharmacy, t AX, PX HUGHEN, JANIS MAE, Houston Interior Design, Cactus Editor-in-Chief, AID, Campus Chest, Kin- solving Adviser, Outstanding Student, Freshman Council HUGHEN, MICHELE ANN, Houston Elementary Education, KATT, t K I , Campus Chest HUGHES, ALBERTA MARIE, San Antonio Mathematics Page 615 HUGHES, ALTON KEITH, Garland Premedical, I H2, AEA HUMPHRIS, DENNIS ALAN, Corpus Christi Chemistry, AX2 HUNDEMER, JAMES EDWARD, Austin History HUNN, WILLIAM CLAY, Temple Russian, Slavic Club, Veteran ' s Association, YR, San Jacinto Counselor HUNTER, DORIS ANNE, Baytown Nutrition, ADA, Home Economics Chapter, Freshman Council HURST, KATHY ANN, Spur English Speech, Wesley Foundation, Longhorn Singers, Round- UE, Rio Grande College House HURY, D ' ANN ELIZABETH, San Antonio English, Union Committees, Freshman Council HUTCHINGS, SALLY, Dallas Marketing, Xfi, American Marketing Association INGRAM, JOHN CARL, Austin Chemistry INGRAM, JOYCE ANN, Buffalo Chemical Engineering, AZ, AAA, TSPE, AIChE, SEC, Scottish Scholars, SRD Adviser, Goodfellow IRWIN, JAMES ROSS, San Antonio Botany, YR ISBELL, DOUGLAS DALE, Maypearl Accounting JACKSON, CLARK HOUSTON, Lampasas Pharmacy, i AX, LPhA JACKSON, DALE ERWIN, Austin Industrial Relations and Personnel Management JACKSON, JUDY KAY, Lake Jackson Home Economics, Littlefield Adviser, Home Economics Chapter JACOB, BEN EUGENE, Georgetown Pharmacy, K , University Co-Operative Board of Directors Honor Roll i GRADUATING SENIORS JAMES, JOHN PRESTON, Austin Chemical Engineering, AIChE JAMISON, GARRETT HARRY, Lometa Finance, American Finance Association JASTER, THOMAS SCOTT, Brenham Marketing, AK , American Marketing Association JAVORS, MARTIN ALAN, Dallas Pharmacy, t AX JEFFERS, MARY NELL, Houston Elementary Education, KAO, Campus Chest, Bored Martyrs JELKS, EDWARD CHRISTIAN, Dallas Engineering Science, TKK, MI , TBII, Engineering Fellow JENKINS, DANIEL EDWARDS III, Houston Zoology, rA JENSEN, GREGORY ERIC, Dallas History, TKE, Pre-Law Association, Royal Spirit Committee JEPSEN, GLORIA LANELLE, Dallas English Speech JETTER, FRANCES KATHERINE, Rosebud Elementary Education, TSEA, ACE JOHNS, SAMMY RAY, Austin Pharmacy, LPhA JOHNSON, ARDIS LYNN, Houston Government, AZ, TA, Littlefield Adviser, UTSA JOHNSON, DOUGLAS ALAN, Houston Accounting, Ramshorn Co-Operative, ICC, Men ' s Co-Operative Coun- cil, ICC Song Ffst. Intramurals JOHNSON. GARY WILLIAM, Corpus Christi Marketing, AK , American Marketing Association, Newman Club JOHNSON, JANET MILANNE, Brenham English History, KA8, Panhellenic, Ashbel JOHNSON, KAY CHARLOTTE, Houston Mathematics, ZTA :::.: Jl Ai Ci JL Page 616 JOHNSON, KENT EDMUND, Austin Government, KA, A Cappella Choir JOHNSON, MARY MARTIN, Austin Clothing, Textiles and Fashion Design, 55TA, OX JOHNSON, MICHAEL McFARLAND, Corpus Christ! Electrical Engineering, IEEE JOHNSON, ORBRA RAY, Austin Finance, Insurance Society JOHNSON, THOMAS BAINES, Wichita Falls Chemical Engineering, I rA JONES, BILLY LYNN, Texarkana Zoology, A l fi, Underwater Society JONES, CHARLES CALVIN, Pearsall Art, Commercial Art Students League JONES, DONALD EARL, San Antonio Architectural Engineering, APX, AAAE JONES, HENRY BERNARD JR., Tyler Chemical Engineering, Intramurals JONES, JAMES HAROLD II, Houston Architectural Engineering, KA JONES, JOHN MICHAEL, Kilgore Journalism JONES, LEO ELDON JR., Tyler Finance, Insurance Society, American Finance Association JONES, LINNEA ELIZABETH, Dallas History English JONES, RONNY.G., Austin Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, YR JONES, SHERRY KAY, Paris Marketing, A t , CBA Council JORDAN, PATRICIA F., Dallas English, Xn, Challenge, Round-Up, Campus Chest, Students ' Association Committees CLASS OF 1967 JUDD, BEN BANKS JR., Richardson Philosophy JUEDEMAN, LYNNE CAROL, Odessa Mathematics, AAA, YR, Honor Roll JUNGE, ANN FELLER, Edna Mathematics English, AFA JUNGE, CURTIS LINWOOD, Austin Anthropology, TKE,, A i n, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade JURECKA, JOANNE WIEDERHOLD, Houston Anthropology JURECKA, PAUL DEAN, Houston Architecture, Ed Price Hall, Men ' s Co-Operative Council, ICC, Curtain Club, SAIA JUSTICE, JOHN R. 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Davidson Scholar- ship KAYE, BARBARA, Dallas Sociology, A " 1 E, AAA, t B Kinsojving, Panhellenic, Union Leadership Seminar KEAST, LARRY GEORGE, Dick inson Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE, Power Show KEEFE, JAMES ROSE II, Victoria Pharmacy, LPhA, Newman Club KEINARTH, SHARYN B., El Campo Government ' At Page 617 KEITH, BARBARA ABBOTT, Dallas History, ZTA, ITA J , BK, AIESEC, A Cappella Choir KELLEY, GLORIA JEAN, Tustin, Calif. Sociology KELLEY, KATHLEEN KAREN, Fort Worth Marketing, FAX, American Marketing Association, Littlefield Student Assistant KELLEY, MARGARET ANN, El Paso Elementary Education, ZTA, YR, Mayfair House Adviser KELLY, CAROLINE JENKINS, Austin Home Economics, ON, Home Economics Chapter KELLY, JEAN, Houston Mathematics, AF, Freshman Council, Kinsolving Adviser, Honor Roll, Guild of Lay Theologians KELLY, MARION LESLIE, Nederland Sociology, ICC, Wesley Foundation KELSEY, JAMES ROBERT, Dallas Aerospace Engineering, KA, TBII, 2TT, SEC, AIAA, TSPE KENDALL, DOROTHY IRENE, Karnes City Business Education, UTSA, Intramurals, SRD Adviser KENGLA, MARGERY, Austin History English, KKF, AAA, NROTC Sweetheart, Sweetheart Nominee, Bored Martyr, White Star Sweethearts KENLEY, LORIA ANN, Kilgore Government, YR KENNEDY, BOBBY JOE, Copperas Cove Pharmacy, AX, LPhA KENNEDY, DAVID BRUCE, Austin History KENNON, ELEANOR ANN, Cleburne Elementary Education KERCKHOFF, SYLVIA JEAN, San Antonio Interior Design, AID, Christian Science Organization KERSEY, JIM WESLEY, Austin Psychology GRADUATING SENIORS ; KEY, PAMELA JEAN, Kilgore English Speech, KAII, YR KHALAF, KHALED YOUSIF, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Chemistry RIGHT, CHARLES LESTER, San Antonio Finance, American Finance Association, YR KILPATRICK, PAMELA, Randolph AFB History KINCH, JANE LUISE, Dallas Home Economics, Home Economics Chapter KING, ALBERT KENNETH, Ingram Marketing KING, DOROTHY ADELE, Houston Textile, Clothing and Fashion Design KING, EMMA LEA, Austin Art Education, TBS, ITAB, Spooks, Mortar Board, Long- horn Band KING, JANET IRENE, Houston Elementary Education, AEA, AAA, Blanton Adviser, Orange Jackets, Orientation Adviser, Cordettes KING, KITTY CAROLYN, Freeport Elementary Education, AAA, Ashbel, Union Committees KINGSBURY, SANDRA LEE, Austin Marketing, ATA, American Marketing Association, Freshman Council KINN EY, JAN, Houston Art Education, AAA, Art Students Association KIRK, EDWARD C. R., Austin Anthropology KIRSTEN, RICHARD ALBERT, La Marque Chemical Engineering, BH, AX2, AIChE KISTENMACHER, MARILYN MARGARET, Jackson, Miss. Elementary Education, Xtt, KAII, Honor Roll KLAHN, JAMES BRIAN, Sweeny Electrical Engineering, I II2, HKN, TBII, Engineering Fellow Ion LAI OK, LA. ] Ga " ,;:- L A LAN Page 618 KLAUS, IRA JOE, Lolita Pharmacy, K KLEKAR, ANDREA JEANNE, Shiner Mathematics, Newman Club KLINCK, SALLY SUE DAVIS, McAllen Mathematics, XH, Sisters of the Signet, Kinsolving Adviser, Freshman Council, Union Committees KNAFFLE, FAITH CECELIA, Corpus Christi English History, Kinsolving Student Assistant, SEA, Union Committees KNIGHT, BETH ANN, Port Arthur History, AAII, AAA, f AB, t BK KNOX, ORION JR., San Antonio Architecture, AIA, Speleological Society, AMCS KNOX, WILLIAM THOMAS, San Angelo Government, 2X KOCIAN, DAVID DEAN, Weimar Marketing, YR, American Marketing Association KOEHL, SHARON DARLEEN, San Antonio Home Economics KOENIG, CALANNE DEE, Houston Spanish French, KA6 KOEPPE, MARY CLAIRE, Fort Worth Microbiology XO, Cordettes, All Campus Advisors, Union Leadership Board, Mortar Board, Goodfellow, Sweetheart Finalist, Round-Up KONZ, LEO EDWIN, Beaumont World Resources and International Business, Underwater Society, Newman Club KOWERT, NANCY LOUISE, Fredericksburg Journalism, The Daily Texan, Orange Jackets, Goodfellow, Outstand- ing Student, Kinsolving Adviser, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Jesse H. Jones Scholarship in Journalism, Boyce House Memorial Scholar- ship, George W. Brackenridge Scholarship KREMER, LAURIE LUCILE, Berwyn, Pa. Elementary Education KRIEGEL, JEANETTE ELAINE, Houston Psychology, FA KUCERA, ADRIENNE MARIE, Broadview, 111. Sociology, Newman Club, International Friendship Associa- tion CLASS OF 1967 KUEHLER, MARILYN KAY, San Antonio Journalism, 82 , The Daily Texan KYSE, BARBARA CAROL, San Antonio Accounting, American Marketing Association, Challenge, Students ' Association Committees LAAKSO, RICHARD H., Los Fresnos Accounting, A2IT. LACY, LARRY WAYNE, Commerce Government LADD, DOUGLAS ALAN, Bellaire Chemistry, Canterbury Association LAIRD, MOLLY LACY, Austin Music Education, 2AI, Music Educators National Conference LAKEY, GORDON LEE, Austin Marketing Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, Varsity Baseball, T Association LAMB, AARON EDWARD JR., Brownwood Finance, AK , American Finance Association LAMBERT, DAVID ROY, Garland General Business, AXA, Union President, TTT, Order of Alcalde, Outstanding Student, Mike Flynn Award LAMBERT, ROBERT WESLEY, Midland Accounting, X, BA LAMBERT, SANDRA KAY, Austin Elementary Education, AZ LANE, SAM JR., Center Law LANGENDOEN, GARY LEE, Atlanta, Ga. General Business Prelaw, Varsity Swimming, All American, T Association LANGHAM, CHARLES G. Ill, Galveston Zoology, A I A LAUDADIO, THERESA ELIZABETH, Corpus Christi English Government, Y LAWRENCE, LUCIA ANN, Vernon Government, AXJ2 Page 619 LAWS, MARGARET CHRISTINE, Buda Home Economics, Home Economics Chapter, TSEA, Cactus Staff, Freshman Council LAY, LILLIE JANE, Houston Elementary Education, r I B, Panhellenic, Upperclass Adviser LAZARUS, GLENDA JO, Tyler Elementary Education, J B Kinsolving, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Assembly, Education Council, Kinsolving Adviser, Union Committees, Freshman Council Adviser, Round-Up, Goodfellow LEACH, DON EDWARD, San Antonio Marketing, AK ' I ' , Brackenridge Hall Counselor, American Marketing Association LEACH, KATHERINE ANNE, Baytown Marketing, AZ, American Marketing Association, Students ' Associa- tion Committees, Freshman Council LEACH, LINDA DIANE, Houston Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, KKF, CBA Council, YR, Society for the Advancement of Management LEDERER, MARTHA GENE, Houston Mathematics English, XTA, Kinsolving Adviser, Freshman Council Adviser, Orientation Adviser LEDNICKY, PATRICIA ANN, West English, All Campus Advisors, Newman Club LEE, CHERYL KAY, Austin Elementary Education, r t B, Union Committees, Honor Roll LEGE, JACQUELINE ELAINE, Macon, Ga. Special Education, Student Council for Exceptional Children LEHTO, AXEL EMIL, North Tarrytown, N. Y. Public Relations, Longhorn Singers, Public Relations Society LEVEY, ARNOLD LEWIS, San Antonio Government, TA , Students ' Association Committees, Fresh- man Council Adviser LEVY, EUGENE HENRY, San Antonio Philosophy, Hillel Foundation LEWELLEN, BARBARA GAYLE, Temple Music Education, M f E, Southern Singers, Concert Choir, Univer- sity Chorus, Music Educators National Conference, Honor Roll LEWIS, CAROLYN SUE, Big Spring Pharmacy, Kinsolving Student Assistant LEWIS, GLEN EARL JR., Austin General Business, Real Estate Institute GRADUATING SENIORS At a f r i r j rTG!, U- T; .UM A ! l f - " J LEWIS, HAROLD RAY, Eustace Premedical, A f fi LEWIS, JOHN SLA TON, Dallas Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, NROTC LIGHTFOOT, ROBERT ALLEN JR., Sweetwater Govrnm -nt LINDSAY. RANDEE JANE, San Antonio Statistics Mathematics, Littlefield Mortarboard, Fresh- man Council, Association for Business Applications of Computers, American Marketing Association LINDSEY, JAMES DARRYL, Floydada Mechanical Engineering. TIT2, ASME LINDSEY, LAJUANA R., Plainview Secondary Education, FflT, TSEA LINDSEY, RONALD LYNN, Fort Worth Government Economics LITTLE, FRANK JOE JR., Greenville Predental Zoology LITTLE, JANET, Cullowhee, N. C. Sociology, Whitehall Co-Ordinator, Y. Union Committees, Women ' s Co-Ordinating Council LOBPRIES, FREDERICK MICHAEL, La Grange Marketing, A2TT, American Marketing Association LOBPRIES, MARGARET JANSSEN, La Grange German, Longhorn Band, Texas Star LOGSDON, JOHN ROBERT, Austin Premedical Zoology, 4 Hi:, AKA, BK, Honor Roll LOMAX, JOHN M., Houston History, I E, Freshman Council Adviser, Union Committee LONG, GEORGE EDWARD, Houston Mechanical Engineering, ASME LONGMOOR, VIRGINIA DALE, San Antonio Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, r t B LOVE, WENDELYN VIRGINIA, GreenvUle Elementary Education, KAIL TSEA Page 620 LOVING, LEE ANN, Corpus Christi English, IIAB, 2AII, Spanish Club, Honor Roll LOWDON, ANN MARIA, Fort Worth Physical Education, KKI Education Council, SKUNKS, YR, UTSA LOYLESS, DARRELL MACK, Talco Government History LUKSH, SUZANNE, San Antonio Office Administration, BBA LUND, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Borger Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE LYONS, JAMES HARRY, Houston Government, IIKA, Students ' Association Union Committees, Dormitory Adviser, Freshman Council MACBETH, MARILYN, Dallas Psychology MacEACHIN, JANET ANN, San Antonio Accounting, BA , Honor Roll MACHA, GERALD CHARLES, Rosenberg Accounting MACON, RONALD NORMAN, San Antonio Architectural Engineering, XE, AAAE MADDOX, CAROLYN NELLE, Palacios Speech, KAB, ACE, Union Committees MADEKSHO, LAWRENCE, Houston Marketing, YR MADERA, MARY FAY, Louise Elementary Education, TSEA MAJOR, BARBARA DIANE, Nocona Spanish French MAKELA, ROBERT GEORGE, Alexandria, Va. Civil Engineering, H2, XE, TBII, Semper Fidelis Society, A Cappella Choir, UTSAM MALIK, FRANK GUSTAV JR., Beaumont Microbiology Zoology, Freshman Council CLASS OF 1967 MALLORY, JAMES ROBERT, Weatherford Government, Pre-Law Association MALLOW, LARRY BRYANT, Brownwood Psychology, J KS, Glee Club, UTSAM MANDEL, BETTY JO, Dallas Elementary Education, AE 1 MARGOLIS, BARRY HOWARD, Houston Accounting, f ZA, IFC, Silver Spurs, Union Committees Council TSP Board, Assembly, Varsity Carnival, Intra- murals, Goodfellow MARLATT, CAROLYN GAIL, Pasadena Microbiology, 3RD Adviser, All Campus Advisers, Students ' Asso- ciation Committees MARQUESS, JENNIE WEBB, Wharton Elementary Education, A , KATT, SEA MARR, GREGORY PAUL, El Paso Zoology MARSHALL, CLYDE WINSTON, Palestine Mathematics MARSHALL, SCHUYLER BAILEY, El Paso Plan II, SX, Assembly, Longhorn Flying Club, Union Committees, Freshman Council, Student-Faculty Discipline Committee, Freshman Council Adviser MARTIN, LINDA ANN, Cheyenne, Wyo. Actuarial Science, XI2, Insurance Society, Actuarial Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Texas Sacred Singers MARTIN, MARGARET FRANCES, San Antonio Secondary Education, AXO, Newman Club, YR MARTIN, MARSELLA LYNN, Houston Elementary Education, AXJ2, TSEA MARTIN, MARTHA LOUISE, Comfort Home Economics, AAII, Home Economics Chapter, Freshman Council MARTIN, RONALD ELLIS, Rocksprings History, Freshman Council, Students ' Association Union Com- mittees, Challenge, Simkins Epicureans, MUN, Round-Up MARTIN, WILLIAM ROBERT, Waco Mathematics MARTINEZ, ANTONIO, Harlingen Psychology MARTINEZ, EDMUNDO MANUEL, San Antonio Pharmacy MARTINEZ, VICTOR, El Paso Pharmacy MARTINS, WAYNE DAVID, Austin Psychology MASCH, HARRY JOE, Austin Physical Education, PEM, Freshman Basketball MASH, KENNETH EDWIN, Kilgore Finance, ITKA, American Finance Association, Insurance bociety MASSEY, ABBIE LOUISE, Dumas French, French Club, La Piccolo, International Club MASSEY, BERT VEE II, Brownwood Law AXA, Representative Party, University Co-Operative Board of Directors, Chancellor Ransom ' s Student Advisory Council, BSU, Freshman Council Adviser, Challenge MASSEY, RONALD WILLIAM, Austin Sociology, Ki, Freshman Council, Challenge, Round-Up, TTT, Union Board Council, Chancellor ' Ransom ' s Student Advisory Council, Goodfellow, Union Committees MAST, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH, Midland English, Ashbel, UTSA MATA, IRENE ALICE, Austin Elementary Education MATHENY, SALLY ANN, San Antonio History Government, I Ae, KATI, International Club, MUM, TSEA, All Campus Advisors MATHIS, GARY SAUNDERS, Austin Mathematics MATLOCK, JOHN HUDSON, Austin Engineering Science, X , H2, TBII, IFC, Order of Alcalde, SES, IEEE Student-Faculty Discipline Committee, Engineering lellow MATTHEWS, CHARLES WILBURN JR., Houston Government, 2X, Real Estate Institute MATTHEWS, ROY H. JR., Hempstead Advertising, AA2, University Chorus MATULA, EVELYN HENRIETTA, West Government, Public Relations Society, SEA, NEA, I he Daily Texan i i GRADUATING SENIORS MAXHAM, ROBERT CHARLES, San Antonio Marketing Advertising, AA2, American Marketing Association MAXWELL, MARY ANN, Refugio Marketing, ASA, BBA, Round-Up MAY, KATHLEEN DIANE, San Antonio Social Studies, AOn, ret, KAII, A6, MUN, Freshman Council MAYO, LARRY SNEDE, Duncanville Journalism, The Daily Texan, Texas Ranger Staff MAYS, LARRY LEE, Elkhart Pharmacy, K , LPhA, Honor Roll McAFEE, JANET, Dallas Elementary Education, XSJ, NEA McAFEE, WILLIAM McDUFFIE, London, England Electrical Engineering, IIKA, -Mli, IEEE, TSPE; Longhorn Band, Longhorn Flying Club McARDLE, JUDITH ANN, Houston Sociology, International Club, Union Committees, Round- Up, MUN, International Dance Festival McBRIDE, JOHN EARL, San Marcos Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, Intramurals, Varsity Baseball, T Association McCARTY, CLAUDIA ANN, Beeville English Sociology, ZTA, Cordettes, Freshman Council Adviser, Orientation Adviser, Kinsolving Adviser, Ashbel McCAULEY, JOANNE, Houston Business Education, nn, BBA, CBA Council, Freshman Council McCLELLAN, MAXINE YVONNE, San Antonio Elementary Education, SEA, Union Committees, Southern Singers, Round-Up McCORMICK, MICHAEL P. J., Buda History McCOY, CHARLOTTE OPAL, Bay City History, AAA, KAIT, TSEA, Students ' Association Committees McCOY, DONALD WAYNE, Naples Insurance, KA, Round-Up McCRARY, ROBERT DON, Cisco Architectural Engineering, AAAE KcSI b IH IH KED Eid V Li G MEL] Ekl Ml la MEVI Fiend Ml PI Page 622 Wv rxA A McCULLOUGH, GLORIA J. T., Taylor Mathematics, Honor Roll MCDONALD, BRUCE ANDREW, Fort Worth Music, A Cappella Choir MCDONALD, ROBERT LEONARD, Dallas Electrical Engineering, 1 H2, TBII, HKN, Longhorn Band, Longhorn Christian Fellowship, Honor Roll, Engineering Fellow MCDONALD, WESLEY PAUL, Doucette Mathematics McDUFFIE, DORIS RAE, Clarksville Pharmacy, KE, LPhA McFAUL, RAYMOND CURTISS, Kemp Mathematics McFERRIN, MARY ANN, Beaumont Government, International Club, YD, Speleological Society McGALLIARD, JOHN DOUGLAS, Austin Finance, AXA McGEHEE, JO CAROL, Dallas Spanish English, AHA, Freshman Council McGUFF, MARILYN, Port Arthur Elementary Education, TSEA McINTYRE, LANCE LEE, Midland History Mathematics, t rA McKOY, JOE ALAN, Irving History, YD, Y McLERRAN, CALVIN JACKSON, Corpus Christi Microbiology, KK , f MA, Longhorn Band McMANUS, JOE LEE, San Angelo Finance, KA McMANUS, RAY STEWART, Corpus Christi Architectural Engineering, AAAE, TSPE McNARY, GEORGIA GAIL, Midland Spanish English, Freshman Council, Union Committees, Kinsolving Adviser, Challenge CLASS OF 1967 flliilj :. McSHANE, RAYMOND DAVID, Dallas History McWILLIAMS, GLORIA JEANETTE, Paducah Mathematics, t BK, BSU, Southern Singers MEADOR, JOHN MANNING, Whitewright Zoology, 2 , Honor Roll MEANS, JAMES HORATIO JR., Austin Finance, A4 A, YD, Varsity Track, T Association MEDLIN, JAMES EUGENE, Odessa English MEINERS, ANNETTE MARGRET, New York, N. Y. Linguistics, Organization of Arab Students, Ranger Staff, A S Council MEISKE, KENNETH, Austin Petroleum Land Management, Landmans ' Organization MEISNER, KENNETH LOWELL, Fort Worth Chemical Engineering, J2XE, K 1 , Longhorn Flying Club, YR, Engineering Fellow MELEAR, CHARLES RAY, Seymour Electrical Engineering MELLENBRUCH, MARY ANN, Austin Latin American Studies, A , Orange Jackets, Bluebonnet Belle, Outstanding Student, Assembly, Littlefield Adviser, TTT, Orienta- tion Adviser, Dads ' Day Most Outstanding Girl MELMS, RICHARD GARA, Houston World Resources and International Business, " METCALF, SUSAN PATRICIA, Belton Journalism, TAX, 62 MEYERS, JOAN, Silsbee French, AAIT, Honor Roll MICHNA, JUDITH ANN, Woodsboro Plan II, AAA, ! B Kinsolving MIKESKA, JUDY ANN, Houston Elementary Education MILAM, WILLIAM STEVE, Houston Statistics f. Page 623 MILLER, ANITA CORAL, San Antonio Interior Design, Freshman Council, AID MILLER, BRUCE PAT, San Antonio History, Varsity Golf, T Association MILLER, CONNYE V., Graham Zoology, Cactus Section Editor MILLER, DALE ROBIN, Houston Industrial Management, A2IT, AIESEC, Scabbard and Blade, NROTC MILLER, DAVID LINCOLN, San Antonio Mechanical Engineering, ASME MILLER, LIZETTA LYNN, Baytown English History, Xfi, AAA, 1 B Kinsolving, Angel Flight MILLER, PAMELA JOYCE, Bellaire Special Education, IIAe, Student Council for Exceptional Children MILLER, SHARON RUTH, Jackson, Miss. History, AAA Ashbel, Canterbury Club MILLIGER, SYLVIA ANNETTE, Houston Mathematics MILLS, MICHAEL THOMAS, Corpus Christi Physics, SIIZ, frK4 , f BK MILTNER, ROBERT ALLEN, Dallas Chemistry, Intramurals MIMS, CHARLES ARTHUR, Hereford Chemistry, i H2, J AT MINER, MARY BARBARA, Corpus Christi Elementary Education, AXS2, Freshman Council, UTSA, YR, Stu- dents ' Association Committees. MINETREE, JOHN FRANK, Victoria Mathematics MINER, JACK A., Houston Government, I1KA, Karate Club, Honor Roll MINTER, THOMAS C., JR., Cason Electrical Engineering I I GRADUATING SENIORS -. 1 fc ' i MITCHELL, GLENN AUSTIN, Dallas Psychology, X, Speleological Society, Daily Texan, Honor Roll, Texas Collegiate Forum MITCHELL, JAMES DAVID, Dallas Government, AFROTC, Scabbard and Blade, MUN MOFIELD, FRANCES ANN, Hondo English, Valhalla Co-Ordinator, ICC, Co-Ordinators ' Council, TSEA MOK, CHARLES SIU-LUN, San Antonio Chemical Engineering, Chinese Students ' Association, AIChE MOLTZ, MICHELLE MAE, San Antonio Music Education, TBS, 2AI, Symphonic Band, Longhorn Band MONTAGUE, MARGARET VIRGINIA, Bandera Music, University Chorus MONTABLO, JOSEPH DANIEL, San Antonio English Spanish. MONTGOMERY, MARY ELIZABETH, West Home Economics, r t B, OX, Challenge, Campus Chest, Union Committees, Home Economics Chapter, Freshman Council, Goodfellow MOORE, BARBARA LEWIS, Richmond, Va. Art, Ranger Staff, International Club MOORE, FRED BARRY, Hamlin Marketing, AK , American Marketing Association MOORE, GERALD WAYNE, Big Spring Mathematics MOORE, JULIA FRANCES, McAllen English MOORHEAD, SIDNEY HELEN, Livingston History, Education Council, Southern Singers, Union Committees MORAN, PATRICIA JANE, Geneva, Switzerland French, A , CEC MORIN, RAYMOND, San Antonio Mathematics, Glee Club MORRIS, JUDITH LOUISE, San Antonio History English, TSTA, Cactus Staff, Freshman Council Mr fe Hd N A Aetos N] u It N( F: Page 624 = dF . tffk MORTIMER, WILLIAM BRYANT, Refugio Zoology MOSES, JAMES GRAHAM, Richmond History, Afl MUELDER, EVELYN DUGGAN, Seguin English Spanish, TBS, AAA, 1 ' B Kinsolving, Longhorn Band MUELLER, SHIRLEY ANN, Austin Statistics, FAK MUENZLER, LARRY ALLEN, Victoria Mechanical Engineering, A ' I ' A, TBII, Election Commission, Order of Alcalde, Goodfellow, Honor Roll MULKEY, PYRENE FRANCES, Cleburne Government, Union Committees MULLER, FRANCES CONNI, Fort Monroe, Va. History Government, AI Freshman Council, Student ' s Association Union Committees, Student-Faculty Discipline Committee, Campus Chest, Cresent Club, Dexter House Adviser MUNSON, GARY WAYNE, San Antonio Chemical Engineering, AX2, f AT, TBIT, J2XE, Engineering Fellow MURRAY, RICHARD DOW, Weatherford Finance, 2AE, American Finance Association, Insurance Society, Real Estate Institute MURRAY, RONALD ALLEN, Houston Government, 6H, Intramurals MURRELL, JEFFREY AUBY, San Antonio History MYNARD, CHARLES RANDALL, Austin Zoology NALL, JOHN HILL JR., Tyler Civil Engineering, ASCE, TSPE, Moore-Hill Hall Counselor , Intra- murals, Campus Crusade NALLE, GEORGE SAMPSON III, Austin Industrial Management, 1 KT, Praetorian Guard, Society of American Military Engineers NARVARTE, SAMUEL FRANCIS, San Antonio Chemical Engineering, AIChE NASS, MARY LYNN, Dallas French CLASS OF 1967 NEFF, ELSA CATHERINE, Topeka, Kansas Special Education, Student Council for Exceptional Children, YR NEILON, ELIZABETH JOANNE, Dallas English, Newman Club NEILON, WILLIAM JOSEPH JR., Dallas Plan II Economics, Students ' Association Union Com- mittees, Union Leadership Seminar, Challenge, Newman Club, Pre-Law Association, Round-Up NEITZKE, CHERYL LYNN, San Antonio Mathematics, UTSA, All Campus Advisers, Kirby Hall Adviser Counselor, Intramurals, NROTS Sweetheart NESBITT, J. THOMAS JR., Shreveport, La. Mechanical Engineering, 4 KT, ASME NEU, CAROL LOUISE, Groves Advertising, A , TAX, Daily Texas NEUMAN, GAIL PATRICIA, Austin English Speech, SAT, Education Council, Freshman Council, Panhellenic, Varsity Carnival, Round-Up NEWSOME, THOMAS I., Norfolk, Va. Mechanical Engineering, ASME NICHOLS, GDIS WESLEY, JR., Gatesville Aerospace Engineering NICHOLS, WILLIAM EMMETT, Bellaire Marketing, Acacia, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Management NIELSEN, RICHARD F. JR., San Antonio Radio-Television-Film NIXON, CHARLES WILLIAM, Houston Architecture, AFX, AIA, Freshman Council NORMAN, JAMES LEE, Rule Psychology, 2AE, Track Freshman Award, Honor Roll NORRIS, EDITH ANN, Mission Plan II NORRIS, KENNETH WELDON, Kilgore Accounting NORWOOD, GYLES RICHARD, Paris Accounting, AK , Varsity Band, Honor Roll Page 625 NUNN, LORNA SUE, Texas City Home Economics NUUTTILA. MARY LOUISE, Dallas Chemistiy, I2II, AAA, KA1I, K I BK OAKS, ELIZABETH ANNE, Houston Spanish Portugese, A , Angel Flight, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Bluebonnet Belle, Sweetheart Finalist, Outstanding Freshman Council Adviser, Students ' Association Committees OBOLER, ILENE BETTY, Miami Beach, Fla. Office Administration O ' BRIEN, ROBERT JOSEPH, Dallas Latin, Pre-Law Association O ' BRYAN, ROBERT KEENE, Alamogorda, N. Mex. Zoology Premedical, -MIS, AKA, t BK, Texas Cowboys, Varsity Track, T Association, Outstanding, Friars ODELL, JOHN STEPHEN, San Antonio Government, TKE, A2II, -MIE, I K-1 , AM2, I BK, Students ' Association Committees, MUM, Round-Up, Friars, Varsity Debate OHLENDORF, MICHAEL WILLIAM, Martindale Mathematics, A M2, I BK, Actuarial Club O ' KEEFE, JOHN HERBERT, Huntsville, Ala. 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Government English, AXJ2, A I T, Round-Up, Challenge, Freshman Council SWANSON, ROY JOEL, South Houston Chemical Engineering, M[2, t;AT, J K I , XE, TBIT, OAK, Acacia, AIChE, Student-Faculty Discipline Committee SWEARINGEN, BILLY RICHARD, Pasadena English SWEARINGEN, MOLLY INEZ, Gladewater Drama Education, Play Production SWEENEY, GREGORY LOUIS, Austin Political Science, Newman Club, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC TO Malie IB Aci Englis IB Pr, Hislon TH Qe THOR Matin TO. loii Page 634 SWEET, BRUCE GORDON, Dallas Zoology SWINNEY, LINDA CAROL GRIFFIN, Point Comfort Elementary Education, KAII, ITA6 TALLAS, PAUL JR., Fort Worth Psychology, K2, Intramurals , TALLY, JUDY KAY, Lockhart English, X12, SRD Adviser, Round-Up, Union Committees TARR, JOHN ARTHUR, Harper Interior Design, AID, Glee Club TATUM, EDWARD KENDRICK JR., Austin Accounting, Ben, t HS TAYLOR, DOROTHY LOUISE, Pearland Spanish French, International Club, UTSA, Y TAYLOR, EDWARD MARTIN, Fort Worth History, AX, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC TAYLOR, TERRI LYN, Austin Mathematics History, ZTA, SEA TEDFORD, JUDY JANE, Garland Interior Design, AAA, AID, Bored Martyrs TEMPLETON, NANCY ELIZABETH, Brady Home Economics, Home Economics Chapter TERRELL, SUZANNE, Fort Worth History, IIB f TERRY, JOHN PALMER, Houston Chemical Engineering, AIChE THARP, LARRY LEON, Beaumont Petroleum Land Management, Landman ' s Organization, Freshman Council, Intramurals THARP, ROBERT MELVIN JR., Waco Accounting, NROTC THIELE, VERNON GERALD, Yoakum Radio-Television-Film, Y CLASS OF 1967 THOMAN, WILLIAM BURKE JR., Dallas Mathematics, 2AE THOMAS, DONALD CORNELIUS, El Paso Accounting THOMAS, LARRY JAY, Kingsville Sociology, Honor Roll, Longhorn Club, TES Magazine, Round- Up, Representative Party THOMAS, MARSHA LENORE, El Paso Elementary Education, Freshman Council THOMASON, THOMAS EDWARD, Centerville English, Acacia, Round-Up THOMPSON, BARBARA LYNN, Amarillo Premedical Zoology, AEA THOMPSON, GREGORY WILKINS, Houston Psychology, ATA, Varsity Swimming, T Association, AU-Ameii- can, Psychology Honors Program THOMPSON, KATHY LOVETA, Fort Worth Premedical Mathematics, TBZ, Longhorn Band, Intra- murals, MUN, All Campus Advisors, UTSA THOMPSON, PAULA ANN, Corpus Christi History, KAII, TSEA THOMSON, BOBBIE DIANE, Dallas Elementary Education, F B, Freshman Council, NEA, Round-Up THORNBURROW, ROBERT STEPHEN, Paris Sociology, TKE, AK THORNTON, JIMMY LOUIS, Austin Chemical Engineering, AIChE THORNTON, WILLIAM ROSSER JR., Galveston Mathematics, 2N, AEA, Intramurals THORPE, CAROL BRISCOE, Corpus Christi Interior Design, AAA, OX, TSA, AID THORPE, ROBERT DOUGLAS, Corpus Christi Psychology, ATA, YR TIPTON, FELIS CLEATON JR., Gladewater History Page 635 TOBEY, DAVID NEILSON JR., Dallas Premedical Zoology, AT, AEA, Honor Roll TOMASULO, RICHARD CHRISTOPHER, Austin General Business TOMERLIN, HOWARD DOUGLAS, Austin Electrical Engineering, IEEE TOOLEY, RENEE LORRAINE, Los Angeles, Cal. Psychology TOPEK, EDWARD STANLEY, Houston History, t 2A, Freshman Council, Round-Up, Union Committees, Hillel Foundation TOSUN, GURAY, Istanbul, Turkey Chemical Engineering, Engineering Fellow TOTTENHAM, TERRY OLIVER, Brenham Pharmacy, K , PX, t K , LPhA, Honor Roll, Friars, Pharmacy Council, Outstanding Student TOWNSEND, JOHN WILLIAM, Oakland, Cal. Engineering Route to Business, Honor Roll TRAVIS, ROBERT CARLTON, San Antonio Industrial Management, Business Honors Plan, Honor Roll TREADWAY, LEE ROY, Austin Pharmacy, PX, LPhA TREVINO, RACHEL S., San Antonio Spanish Psychology TRIANA, THERESA MARY, Cuero Spanish TROELL, JAY HENRY, Pleasanton Chemical Engineering, AX2, AIChE TROY, CURTIS F., Austin Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment TUDOR, BARBARA JANE, El Paso Spanish, A , Wesley Foundation, Challenge, Y, Mortar Board TULLY, TERRY, Dallas Spanish, YR GRADUATING SENIORS TUMLINSON, KENNETH WAYNE, Bedford Art, X , Honor Roll TUPA, LEONARD JOSEPH, Flatonia Pharmacy, K , LPhA TURANYIK, WILLY MAE, El Campo Government, UTSA, Newman Club TURNER, FRANK WILLIAM, Houston Speech Pathology and Audiology TURNER, MARY SIDNEY, San Antonio Office Administration, Kinsolving Adviser, Freshman Council, Union Committees TY NG, JO FRANCES, Houston Elementary Education, IIB t , Cordettes, Freshman Council Adviser ULLRICH, WILBERT LEE, Brenham Marketing, TA, AK , American Marketing Association UNDERWOOD, GEORGE BARTON, Rogers Spanish, 4 HZ, Slavic Club, French Play VANDEN BOSCH, WILLIAM JOHN, Austin Aerospace Engineering, TBII, 2 FT, AIAA, SEC VAN FLEET, MERRY NELL, Houston Latin American Studies, ZTA, Goodfellow, Assembly, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Faculty-Student Committee, Orange Jackets, Students ' Association Committees, Outstanding Student VAN HOOSE, THOMAS ARNOLD, Terrell Psychology, KO, Newman Club, Union Committees, Round- Up VANLANDINGHAM, PAUL CHRISTOPHER, Dallas Finance, All!, Insurance Society, Real Estate Institute VANN, ROGER GIBSON, Huntsville Spanish, Acacia VARIAN, TIMOTHY GEORGE, San Antonio Anthropology, MAN, Anthropological Society VASQUEZ, ANA MARIA, Harlingen Pharmacy, KE, LPhA VAYO, JOHN ALLAN, Cuero Accounting IA1 Gene: IAL Testi Clap, I M Zoolo| IAT] Engini II Be Page 636 VERMILLION, PATRICIA ANN, Athens Accounting VILLEGAS, HECTOR VICTOR, Brady Accounting, YD VINCENT, MARY ANN, La Marque Elementary Education, Newman Club VIRR, THOMAS FRANK, Topeka, Kans. Government, ATA VITTETOE, ROBERT GLENN, San Benito Zoology Predental, Freshman Baseball, ROTC VOGEL, CAROLYN ANN, Houston Elementary Education, All Campus Advisors, SEA VOKES, BARRY STUART, San Angelo Management VORWERK, JUDY BETH, Taylor Psychology WADDILL, GREGG COOPER, Houston Finance, K , Varsity Swimming, T Association, Business Honors Plan WAKEFIELD, JAMES WESLEY, Tyler Mechanical Engineering WALBY, JULIA JANE, Sweeny Elementary Education WALKER, DANIEL LLOYD, Nacogdoches Chemical Engineering, AX, AIChE WALKER, JAMES TERRELL, Temple Electrical Engineering, IIKN, TBIT, 4 K , IEEE, Honor Roll, En- gineering Fellow WALKER, JANIS WEBB, Temple Government, IIA 1 , French Club, TSEA, Engineering Wives Club WALKER, JOE BEN, Fort Stockton Accounting, AK , Business Honors Plan, College House, Union Committees, Challenge, University Chorus WALKER, PAUL L. JR., Port Arthur Pharmacy, K , LPhA CLASS OF 1967 Owp WALL, LARRY DWAINE, Sherman General Business, 2 I E, ASH, American Marketing Association WALLACE, WILLIAM MAST, Dallas Marketing, X I WALSH, WHITNEY ARTHUR, San Antonio Accounting, Association for Business Application of Computers, Newman Club, YR, UTSA WALSH, WILLIAM RAYMOND, McAllen Industrial Management, 2K, Society for the Advancement of Management WALTER, GAIL ALLEN, Fort Worth Textiles, Clothing and Fashion Design, AAA, Spooks, Home Economics Chapter, Little Sigmas of Sigma Chi WALTERS, JOHN KENNETH, Houston Music Education, UTSA, A Cappella Choir, Madrigal Singers, Carillonneur WANG, TERESA L., Taipei, Taiwan Linguistics, IIH t , Spooks, Chinese Students Association, Inter- national Club, Orange Jackets, Goodfellow, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Spooks International Student Award WARD, CAROL ANN, Dallas English WARD, KAREN LOUISE, Tomball Zoology WARREN, PENELOPE, Laredo English, AAA, YR, A S Council WARTHAN, TRAVIS LYNN, Big Spring Pharmacy, PX, LPhA WASCHER, THOMAS CHARLES, San Antonio Premedical Psychology, AEA, Longhorn Band WATTS, JAMES RICHARD, San Antonio Engineering Science, ATA, Freshm an Council, SES WEATHEREAD, CAROL ELAINE, Seagoville Elementary Education, SEA WEATHERLY, JIMMY C., Amarillo Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement WEAVER, THAD W. Ill, Friendswood Mathematics, A i n Page 637 WEBB, DAVID FARNSWORTH, Amarillo Plan II Government, ATA, IIZA, i H2, BK, Varsity Cross Country Track, T Association, Challenge, Outstanding Student WEBER, SUSAN ROSS, Dallas Art, IIB I , YR, Freshman Council, Commercial Art Students League, Art Students Association WEHMEYER, EVA JEANNE, Mathis Home Economics Teacher Education, AF, TBS, University Sweetheart, Texas Star, Y, Round-Up, Cordettes, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Kinsolving Adviser, Summer Orientation Adviser, Union Committees, Home Economics Chapter, Engineering Sweetheart, Goodfellow, Cotton Bowl Bluebonnet Bowl Princess WEHNER, SHARON ANNE, Houston Zoology WEIL, ELIZABETH DANIEL f Corpus Christi Spanish, ZTA, K . 2A1T, II2A, KAH WEILMUESTER, JACQUELINE MONICA, Odessa Mathematics, TSTA, All Campus Advisors WEINBAUM, ROSAMOND, Dallas History English, AAA, AB, TSTA WEISBLAT, HARVEY ALAN, Dallas Marketing, 2AM, American Marketing Association, Intramurals, Longhorn Flying Club WEISS, MARY ANN, Brenham Mathematics, J K J , Longhorn Singers, Andrews Adviser, YR, Texas Sacred Singers, Honor Roll, Intramurals, Wesley Foun- dation WELCH, JAMES DOUGLAS, Lake Charles, La. Chemical Engineering, Intramurals, Union Committees WELLBORN, MARY ELIZABETH, Dallas Mathematics, TSEA WELLS, CARLA DEE, Monahans Home Economics, Home Economics Chapter , I i GRADUATING SENIORS WELLS, EDWARD LARRY, Austin Law, AXA, Freshman Council Co-Ordinator, Outstanding Adviser, Outstanding Freshman WELLS, WILLIAM FRANK, Monahans Marketing, A2II WENDEL, MARTIN CONRAD, Fredericksburg Electrical Engineering, IEEE, TSPE WERNER, MICHAEL PAUL, Houston Finance, Acacia, YR, Honor Roll WERTZ, DOROTHY REDMON, Houston Elementary Education, White Star Sweethearts, NSEA WEST, TERRY ANNE, Houston Sociology, FAX WESTERGREN, MICHAEL JOSEPH, Corpus Christi Government, frKO, IFC WESTERLAGE, RAY DOUGLAS, La Marque Pharmacy, K , LPhA WESTERMAN, CAROL ANN, Bellaire French, French Club WESTFALL, JAMES LEE, Amarillo History WESTHEIMER, DONALD NAGEL, Houston Zoology, 4 i;A, Round-Up, Varsity Carnival, Freshman Council WHEELER, RAYMOND LOUIS JR., Demon Plan II, Acacia, I H2, BK Page 638 ( I WHEELIS, RICHARD EDGAR, Austin Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, TSPE WHELESS, CHESTER LEE JR., Corpus Christ! General Business, J KS WHISMAN, MOLLY JOHNSON, Nacogdoches Psychology WHITE, CARLA D., College Station General Business WHITE, CARROLL WAYNE, Kemp Accounting, Aill WHITE, CHARLES CLIFFORD JR., Austin Electrical Engineering, IEEE, YR WHITE, DESMOND ALLEN, Houston Marketing, B6II, American Marketing Association, Honor Roll WHITE, GEORGE MARVIN, Rusk Electrical Engineering, 63, IEEE, TSPE WHITE, MARCY KAY, Odessa Music, r t B, Symphony Orchestra WHITE, NELZANE NIXON, Austin Elementary Education, KAII WHITESIDE, SALLY MAYVI, Dumas Speech Pathology and Audiology, BSU, Upperclass Adviser, Orange Jackets WHITLOCK, GARY DON, Austin Marketing, IIKA, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, American Marketing Association CLASS OF 1967 WHITLOCK, RICHARD DAVID, Cooper Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, SEC WHITNEY, GEORGE FOSTER, Del Rio Zoology Premedical WHITT, NORMA MARIE, San Antonio Home Economics, Home Economics Chapter, YR WHITTENBURG, ANN BYNUM, Amarillo Accounting WIGGINS, JAMES HOWARD, Austin Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, Honor Roll WILCOX, SUZANNAH MARGARET, El Paso Mathematics, IIB f , Madrigal Singer, Union Committees, Round-Up, A Cappella Choir WILEY, SAMUEL KAY, Hamilton, Kans. Chemical Engineering, AIChE WILKERSON, DONALD HALBERT, Austin Mathematics WILKERSON, ELAINE RAE, Greenville Elementary Education, KAII, SEA WILKINS. CAROL JUNE, Mesquite Mathematics, All Campus Advisors, Round-Up WILLARD, MARVIN EDWARD, Cuero Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, SEC, TSPE, Undergraduate Re- search WILLIAMS, GLENN LOUIS, Bandera Mechanical Engineering, ASME km Page 639 ft Oi () f f V - ' ' fp? WILLIAMS, JOE RAY, Corsicana Accounting WILLIS, TERRY AUSTIN, Gilmer Engineering Route to Business Administration, 2AE, Intramurals WILLSON, PATRICK JAMES, Austin Government, f KT, IFC, Varsity Carnival WILSON, BAMBI LOU, Austin Microbiology, UTSA WILSON, BARBARA ANNE, Palestine Art, Round-Up, Honor Roll, Scope WILSON, BETTY JOANNE, La Marque Mathematics, 1IA0, I B Kinsolving, Kinsolving Adviser, Honor Roll WILSON, ETHEL LORRAINE, Brazoria Marketing, AHA, Freshman Council, Round-Up, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Management WILSON, JACKIE LYNN, Pasadena Architecture, APX, AIA WILSON, JIMMY DOYLE, McGregor Aerospace Engineering, HZ, TBII, SIT, AIAA, TSPE WILSON, KENNETH GREY, Sweeny Industrial Management, A2II, Honor Roll WILSON, LEONARD I. Ill, Weslaco Finance, ATO WILSON, LESLIE ANN, San Antonio English Spanish, Xfi, Ashbel , GRADUATING SENIORS WILSON, RABUN THOMAS III, Austin Advertising, IIKA, AA2, Freshman Council WILSON, RANDOLPH LOE, Dallas Spanish, AKA, t H, 2AII, Union Committees, YR, International Club, Honor Roll WILSON, RICHARD WAYNE, Beaumont Physics, Honor Roll WILSON, WARREN KEVIN, Denison Architecture, A I 1 WILTSE, ANDREW LAWRENCE JR., Henderson Government, BBII WINBURNE, JERRY DEAN, San Angelo Marketing, American Marketing Association WINDHAM, HARRY GLENN, Waco Mathematics, Association for Business Application of Computers, IEEE WINSTON, GLYNDA KAYE, Alice Composite Science WINSTON, LYNDA FAYE, Alice Composite Science WISCHER, STEPHEN EARL, San Antonio Statistics, A2IT, Intramurals WISE, CARYL ANN, Houston History, Freshman Council, Carothers Student Assistant WITHERS, DENNIS HARRY, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering, IIKA, H2, TBII, SEC, ASME, TSPE Page 640 WITTLIFF, JOHN WAYNE, Taylor Chemical Engineering, AIChE, TSPE WOOD, CAROL ANN, Lubbock Government, Southern Singers, Union Committees WOOD, DARRELL WAYNE, Fort Worth Law, AKE WOOD, DAVID ERNST, Austin Economics, Economics Club, YR WOODS, DANIEL ARTHUR, Austin Mathematics, 2 I E, " MIS, Outstanding Freshman, Freshman Council Adviser, Orientation Adviser WOOLRICH, WILLIS RAYMOND III, Houston Mechanical Engineering, 8H, ASME, TSPE WRIBORG, REBECCA JO, Port Arthur Elementary Education, 3RD Adviser, Intramurals WRIGHT, CONNIE RAY, Columbus Elementary Education, TSEA, Intramurals, Housemother at Newman Hall Annex WRIGHT, FRANCES LYNN, Dallas Mathematics WRIGHT, JONNIE LLOYD JR., Austin Finance, 2X, American Finance Association, YR, Russian Club, Orange Wings WRIGHT, KITTY, Houston Elementary Education, A t , Kinsolving Adviser, Orientation Adviser, Little Sigmas of Sigma Chi WRIGHT, WILLIAM ELMO JR., Dallas Electrical Engineering, ATA, IEEE, UTSAM WROTEN, DIANE, Smithville English, Freshman Council, Union Committees, Kinsolving Student Assistant WYNNE, GEORGE PARKER, Beaumont Sociology, 9H, IFC, Representative Party, Freshman Council Adviser, Freshman Baseball, Blue Iris Sponsor YATES, PAUL LEE, Waco Insurance, 2 I E, Longhorn Singers, Insurance Society CLASS OF 1967 YATES, RONNY VONHOY, Austin Chemical Engineering, AXE, TBII, AT, HXE, J K , H2, T Asso- ciation, Varsity Cross Country Track, Engineering Fellow, AIChE, TSPE YOUENS, KARL DAVID, Columbus Zoology, AKE YOUNGMEYER, JAMES PHILIP, Tyler Finance, Honor Roll YOWELL, SUSAN ANN, Houston Elementary Education, SEA ZABAVA, CLAUDE RAYMOND, Pleasanton Journalism, Intramurals ZAMORA, MARIO, Brownsville Mechanical Engineering, JIT2, ASME, Varsity Band, Karate Club ZEITLER, ARTHUR WILLIAM, Lake Jackson Government, Pre-Law Association, Students ' Association Committees, Freshman Council ZERBE, SUSAN RUSSELL, Austin Mathematics, ZTA, UTSA ZILLER, GAY MARION JR., Austin Electrical Engineering, f H2, HKN ZIMMERMAN, WILLIAM ERNEST JR., La Marque History, X ZLATKOVICH, CHARLES PHILIP, Austin Accounting, AN ' A, A n, BA , BF2, J HZ, Order of Alcalde, Good- fellow ZRUBEK, MARY ALICE, Granger Journalism, 62 , Upperclass Adviser, All Campus Advisors, The Daily Texan Page 641 SILVER SPUR AWARD The Silver Spur Award is presented each year to the most outstanding senior woman student. The selection is based on outstanding scholarship, service, and extracurric- ular activities. The award was presented to Joanie Amacker, a senior math and history major from Beaumont. She has served as vice-president of Mortar Board, treasurer of Orange Jackets, and president of Pi Beta Phi sorority. An education assemblywoman, she has been chairman of Blan- ton advisors and a Summer Orientation advisor. A member of Scope scholastic honorary, Joanie was chosen a 1966 CACTUS Goodfellow and a 1967 CACTUS Outstanding Student. SPOOK AWARD The Spook Award to the outstanding international stu- dent is given annually in recognition of the contributions and loyalties of a foreign student to The University of Texas. Criteria for the award are based on leadership, scholarship, friendship, and service to the campus. This year the award was presented to Teresa Wang, a senior linguistics major from Taipei, Taiwan. She has served as director-at-large and treasurer of the International Club, president of the Chinese Student Association, and a member of the Asian Studies Club. Teresa has served as International program chairman of Spooks, and a member of Orange Jackets. She has been active in MUN, Challenge, and a member of the Asian Studies Club. An honorary member of Pi Beta Phi. Teresa was chosen a 1966 CACTUS Goodfellow. Page 642 LEADERSHIP AWARDS MIKE FLYNN CITIZENSHIP AWARD The Mike Flynn Citizenship Award is presented each year to the male student who most nearly " fills Mike Flynn shoes. " Selection is based on service and extracurricular activities. This year the award was presented to David Roy Lambert, a senior business major from Garland. David has served as president of the Texas Union Council, chairman of Texas Today and Tomorrow, chairman of the Union Board of Directors, and as a member of Chancellor Ran- som ' s Advisory Cabinet. David has been elected to Friar Society, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Order of Alcalde. A recipient of the Texas Union Leadership Award, he was also chosen as a 1966 CACTUS Goodfellow and a 1967 CACTUS Outstanding Student. MARJORIE DARELIK MEMORIAL AWARD The Marjorie Darelik Memorial Award is given each year to the most outstanding independent woman student. The selection is based upon service to the University, scholarship, and extracurricular activities. This year ' s recipient was Carol Ann Rulfs, a junior Plan II major from Houston. She has been active as president of Spooks, a member of Orange Jackets, and president of the All-Campus Upperclass Ad- visors. A student assemblywoman, Carol has been a Fresh- man Council and Orientation Advisor, and has served on the Challenge reception committee and the University " Y " committee on counseling. Carol was chosen a 1966 CACTUS Goodfellow and a 1967 CACTUS Outstanding Student. DADS ' DAY AWARDS Each year, the Dads ' Association of The University of Texas presents an award to the Most Outstanding Girl and the Most Outstanding Boy of the University. Selection is based on leadership, scholarship, and service to the Univer- sity. This year the awards went to Mary Ann Mellenbruch and Jack LeRoy Howe, Jr. Mary Ann has been a member of the Student Assembly from the College of Arts and Sciences. A Latin American studies major, she has served as a member of the Texas Today and Tomorrow committee, a discussion leader of Challenge, a member of the student-faculty conference, and as a representative from the assembly in conferences with the Board of Regents. She has been parliamentarian of Alpha Phi, past president of Orange Jackets, and past chair- man of Littlefield advisers. Mary was named an Outstanding Student in the 1965 CACTUS and a Bluebonnet Belle in the 1966 CACTUS. Jack, a mechanical engineering major, is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He has been active as a member of the Cowboys and Phi Delta Theta, and was named a 1966 CACTUS Goodfellow. A three-year football letterman, Howe received the Ex-Students ' Scholar- ship Award and the Travis County Ex-Students ' Scholarship Award, which is given to the senior football player with the highest scholastic average. He also received the Longhorn Sportsmanship Award, and has served as an assistant fresh- man football coach. In 1965 Howe was named to the All- Southwest Conference football team and the Academic All- SWC roster. I Page 644 in tie tool idle i tan tola, -year War- {kern u. eJL ill SENIORS Page 645 Abdou. Patricia Ann, El Paso Anhaiser, Barbara Jean. Rosenberg Appleby, Preston Brooks, Washington, D. C. Arbogust, Joyanne. Austin Arnold, Lester Hugh, Texarkana Atlas, Marian Lois, Houston Baker, Timothy W., Rockport, Mass. Banik. Randal Robert. Round Top Banister, Derwood Neal, Mount Vernon Barnard, Herbert Joseph Jr., Austin Barnes, Polly Ann, Rockville, Md. Barnett. Joseph Sheppard III, Waco Barnhart, L. Irvin, Houston Barras, Roger Edward, Houston Beamer, Doris June Wolfe, Austin Beck, Richard Earl, Portland Beere, Charles Webster, San Antonio Bell, John Woodson Jr., Beeville Bethune, Gloria Jean, Austin Bird, Alan Ross, Houston Boenig, Gilbert Edwin Jr., Woodsboro Boner, Richard E.. Austin Bonner, Bryce Eugene, San Antonio Bornet, Edward Paul, Houston Boswell, John David, Dallas Brimberry, Virginia Nell, Crockett Brimberry, Woodrow Michael, Crockett Brooks, Douglas Joe, San Angelo Brooks, William Lee, Richardson Brotherton, James Douglass, San Antonio _ " - foik I 1 ,1 I I SENIORS Brown, James Opliss Jr., Brownsville Brown, James Thomas, Albuquerque, N. M. Browning, Ben Deckard, Corpus Christi Bruckner, James Victor, Lubbock Brunton, Judye Dian, Amarillo Bugna, William Stephen Jr., Nederland Bullough, Dade Clay, Big Spring Burns, James Arthur, Granby, Conn. Caldwell, Richard Darby, Dallas Cameron, Robert Brown, Tyler Campbell, David Buxton, Galveston Capers, Roy Trent, Mexia Carr, Raymond Renniks, Longview Carson, Jefery Frank, Houston Casey, Kenneth Earl, Waco Cavalier, Michael Edward, Deer Park Cavett, William Andrew, San Antonio Chaffin, Ronald Lowell, Austin Christensen, Terry Soren, Port Isabel Clements, John Charles, Pearsall Clifton, George Marshall, San Antonio Clinard, Ralph Leon Jr., Stewart AFB, N. Y. Coleman, Myrtis Neal, Cleburne Cook, Frank Bryan, Houston Cooke, John Rogers Jr., Austin Correll, Gay, Longview Corwin, Carolyn, Baytown Covert, Gary Lee, Dallas Cowan, Tommy Neal, Austin Cox, Ronald Joe, Midland Page 646 . I I O L- O -. : I . . Gulp, Samuel Ken, Houston Cykoski, Russell Carlton, Austin Daily. Philip Louis, Houston Daley, Nicholas George, Austin Dalio, Carl Joseph, Houston Darsey, Edna Nell, Crockett Davis, C. W. Buster, Houston Davis, Don D., Amarillo Davis, Melvin David, Florence Davis, Richard John, Lamesa Davis, Robert Joe, Dallas Dawson, Robert Earl, Frisco Day, Harry Boh, Harlingen Deweese, Richard Earle, Lewisville Dillard, Richard Alan, San Antonio Dodd. Clayton Allen Jr., San Angelo Dorr, Lawrence Daniel, Port Arthur du Perier, Joseph Reagan, Beaumont Ebert, Kathrine Lee, Houston Edmondson, John Eugene. Odessa Evans, Stephanie Anne, Austin Evans, Winston La Rue, Fort Worth Eversberg, Max Robert, Albany Failor, Patricia Anne, Houston Farrow, Larry Glenn, Cisco Fleming, James Elmer III, Lindale Fogwell, Thomas Wilson, San Antonio Forrester, Carl Xavier, San Antonio Franks, John Eli III, Port Lavaca Frederick, Larry Harp, Corpus Christ! SENIORS I Gaertner, Earl C. Jr., San Antonio Gaido, San Jacinto III, Houston Garcia, Renee Elenita, Port Lavaca Genzer, Frank Jr., South Houston Gerchsheimer, Heidi Marie, East Bernard Gilmore, Gerald Wallace, Corpus Christi Glasscock, Maynard Sidney, Waco Glover. Rankin Dee, Gonzales Godfrey, James David, Jacksonville Gonzalez, Alberto Alvino, Alice Gonzalez, Marcelino, Brownsville Gordon, Danny Laverne, Jal, N. M. Graeber, Fred David, Houston Graham, Vicki Dee, Houston Grantham, James Loron, Miami Greene, Gary Loren, Houston Greenwood, Darryl Paul, Dallas Grim, Gregory Lee, Red Lion, Pa. Grimm, Larry Wayland, Stamford Gutierrez, Maria Cecilia, Rio Grande City Halstead, William Earle Jr., Dallas Hangs, Frank Edward Jr., Houston Harrison, Edwin Larry, Brownsville Harriss, Earl Harvey, Brownwood Harshbarger, John Lawrence, Dalhart Haun, Jane Arian, Kingsville Heath, David Charles, Dallas Heyne, Peter Marshall, Houston Hill, Alfred H., San Antonio . Hix, Carl Walter, San Antonio CM A ft Page 647 Hoffman. Herman William Jr., Lockhart Hoger, Wilbur Anthony, San Antonio Holmberg, William Robert, Lake Jackson Hooten, John Andrew, Tyler House, David Wade, Silverton Howard, Philip Louis, Longview Howison, Jack Jr., Austin Hunt, Howard Hulen, Corpus Christi Inselmann, Peter Francis, San Antonio Jackson, Ell Jana, Texas City Janecek, Mary Susan, San Antonio Jarmon, Jake Bryant III, Corpus Christi Jaska, Barbara Anastasie, Ross Jones, James Robert, Bishop Jones, Michael Roe, Lake Jackson Kegans, Herbert Eugene, Trent Kinder, Don Stanley, Denver City Klingman, Betty Lucile, Amarillo Koepnick, Norman Glenn, Palestine La Baume, Linda Beth, Pecos Lanier, Sidney Edward, Austin Lansford, Michael S., Mont Belvieu Law, Nancy Matthews, San Antonio Lee, Jung Mae, Altheimer, Ark. Lee, Ronald Alton, Three Rivers Lemmon, Bronwen Kathryn, Honolulu, Hawaii Leong, Richard Wilson Jr., Bellaire Lequeux, Blayne Stephen, Port Arthur Liebe, Carol Sue, Edinburg Lillie, John Arthur, Austin 4, Jit Kfclit SENIORS Loar, James Edward Jr., Port Arthur Lovell, James Dale, Austin Lyle, Bruce Stephen, Fort Worth Lytle, Charles Gerald, San Antonio Magers, Robert Carroll, Breckenridge Malone, James Michael, Austin Manning, William Wallace, Houston Mansfield, Elwyn Vernon, Merkel Marshall, William Harbert, Baytown Massad, Massad Jordan, Kilgore Maufrais, Becky, Austin Mayo, Joe McGee Jr., Henrietta McBride, Michael Harris, Dallas McCormick, Stanley Erwin, Houston McDaniel, Ellen Elizabeth, Corpus Christi McDavid, John Ramsey, Kilgore McDowell, William Campbell, Bay City McFarling, Harry William, Austin McLaughlin, Robert Clark, San Antonio Meeker, Robert Edward Jr., Port Arthur Mims, Robert Wayne, Houston Minyard, Cassandra Dee, Odessa Mize, Mary Lynne, San Antonio Moff att, Richard Carlton, Austin Mojica, Priscilla Orpha. Austin Morris, Jerry Lynn, Corsicana Murray, Roy Lee, Dilley Neal, Charles Clinton, San Antonio Neece, Lawrence Gordon, Clarendon Neely, Warren F., Bellville Pa ?e 648 Neira, Rudy, San Antonio Newton, Carl Davidson Jr., San Antonio Nicholas, Richard Alan, Austin Niebuhr, Clarence Arthur, Austin Norton, Judith Ann, Austin Odom, Ronald Jay, Fort Worth Ogle, Patricia Ann, San Antonio Oliver, Floyd Louis Jr., San Antonio Osgood, Pamela Sue, Sarasota, Fla. O ' Shea, Michael Edward, Brenham Pace, Ronald Victor, Karnes City Pena, Gustavo Jose Jr., Brownsville Pendleton, John Richard, San Antonio Perkins, Lloyd Kenneth, Galena Park Phillip, Herb E., San Antonio Plath, Valerye Johannah, Austin Plummer, Dorothy Louise, Austin Posgate, Laurie, Houston Powers, Judith Ann, Austin Price, Harold Lanier, Eden Prickette, Gerald Saunders, Houston Purcell, Stephen McCabe Jr., Longview Rae, David S., Houston Rayburn, Henry Howard, Alvarado Reed, Robert Thomas, Longview Reiman, Linda Ann, Austin Richardson, John Warren, Buna Robinson, Donald Ira II, Texarkana Rodriguez, Marie Eugenia, San Antonio Rodriguez, Salvador C. Jr., San Antonio SENIORS Roeder, Jerry Elbert, Waco Roeder, Larry Drue, Waco Roessler, George Jacob, Electra Rowe, Jasper Calhoun, Kilgore Rowley, Jo Ann, Austin Ryan, James Arthur, San Antonio Sablatura, Charles Ray, Pierce Sanchez, Marjorie Lee, Rio Grande City Schramm, Mardee Anne, Dallas Seekamp, Johnny Frank, Yoakum Seller, Larry Wayne, Lake Jackson Senseman, William Alexander, Beeville Shaffer, Larry Wayne, Austin Sharp, Marsha Lee, Placedo Shelton, Suzanne, Wichita Falls Shields, John Dillard Jr., Waco Siller, Robert S., San Antonio Smallwood, Thomas Marion, Rockport Smith, Julian Stuart Jr., Tyler Smith, Robert Phillip, Lufkin Smith, William Arnold, Giddings Sosa, Secundio Garcia, Dallas Spell, Stanley Joe, Austin Squyres, Louis Leroy Jr., Tyler Stamps, Nancy Jo, San Antonio Staub, Vernon Dick, Longview Stevens, John Earl Jr., Dayton Stewart, Elaine Margaret, Corpus Christi Stewart, Elizabeth Miller, Corpus Christi Stout, Robert Noel, Dallas Page 649 Straw, Cynthia Ruth, San Antonio Strimple, Lynda Kay, Temple Stubblefield, Joe Lee, Dallas Studdard, Clifford Leslie II, Dallas Tallman, Kenneth Louis, San Antonio Thompson, Kenneth David, Houston Thornhill, Earl Huedell, Paris Thrasher, Martha Jo, Houston Tompkins, George Phillip, McCamey Trice, Mary Linda, Corpus Christ! Turnock, Gary Lewis, Aledo Tyler, Richard Lynn, Rogers Tyre, Richard Dewey, Weatherford Urbanovsky, Donnie Ray, Caldwell Vacek, Garry Wayne, Bellville Van Hemert, James Mark, Houston Van Vliet, Steven Eric, Amarillo Vaughan, Roger Steve, Austin Vines, Kenneth Malone, Kilgore Voges, Mark R., New Braunfels Voss, Donna Elaine, Odem Wagner, Gary Lynn, Austin Walker, James Dorn, Snyder Walters, James Royce, Dallas Ward, Daniel, L. Jr., Midland Warnica, Alan Kent, Corpus Christi Warriner, Richard Arthur, Midland Washington, David Richard, Lewisville Watson, Beverly Ann, Hurst Watson, Charles Michael, Terrell Watts, Kenneth Byfield, Galveston Weaver, Paul Martin, Corpus Christi Welch, Darrell Gail Jr., San Antonio Wheelis, David Lee, Jacksboro Whitmire, Claire Evans, Houston Wiederanders, David Gene, Harrold Wiegand, Frederick William Jr., San Antonio Wier, Thomas Percy III, Kemah Wilbanks, Hugh III, Corpus Christi Williams, Bonnie Jeanne, Dallas Williams, Ernest Leroy Jr., Ballinger Williams, James Rawls, Groesbeck Wilson, James Dennis, Houston Wilson, Sheila Kay, Houston !k4 3i- % I?) ff?) - ' - SENIORS Chancellor Ransom chatted with students in the Star Room of the Texas Union. Page 650 JUNIORS Page 651 Abercrombie, Thomas Vernon II, Stafford Abernathy, Marshall Waneal Jr., Hughes Springs Abramowitz, David, Denison Acosta, Daniel, El Paso Adams, John William, Laird Hill Adams, William Thomas III, Cedar Creek Addington, Stephen Leslie, Seguin Adensam, Marilee Claire, Irving Adkins, Brian Howard, Georgetown Adkins, Jack M., Austin Adkins, Rietta Caroline, Houston Aftergut, Myron David, Pampa Ager, Henry Orien III, Dayton Ahrens, Sharon Linn, Dallas Alexander, Wayne Benson Jr., Bellville Allen, Rodney Phillip, Houston Allison, Kathy, Houston Allison, Sharon Irene, Woodville Almy, Robert Engelhardt, Carlsbad, N. M. Alspaugh, Virginia Lanier, San Antonio Alston, Mary Kathleen, Irving Alsup, Ace Hill III, Temple Anderle, Charles Dean, Midland Anderson, Hal N. 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Barber, Truman Joseph Jr., Houston Barkley, Paula, Athens Barnes, Bruce Conway, Houston Barnes, Franklin David, Baytown Barnett, Carol Ann, Austin Barnett, Thomas Henry III, Fort Worth Barnhart, Robert Joel, Pettus Barr, Douglas Eugene, Baytown Barrow, Charles Wallace Jr., San Antonio Barry, Sallie Jane, Houston Barthel, Cheryl Anne, Pearland Bartlemay, Susan Elaine, Richmond, Ind. Bartosh, Kathryn Mary, Columbus Bassist, Harry Abe Jr., Houston Bates, John Robert, Gatesville Bates, Roy Eugene, Fort Worth Battle, Frederick Waddy Jr., San Antonio Baucum, Jane, Houston Bauer, Paulette Gwen, Beeville BeaL, Michael Smith, Tyler Bean, Allan Klark, Orange Bearden, James Wallace, El Paso Beasley, Eleanor Corless, Houston Beasley, Juanita Joyce, McLean Beaver, Judith Lynn, Queen City Beazley, Mary Gene, Brenham Bechtol, Roy Alph, Austin Beckwith, Shirley Ellen, Harlingen Beebe, Allen C., San Antonio Beesley, Wade Hampton, San Angelo Bell, Jo Anne, Austin Bellamy, Robert Spence, Lampasas Benson, Pamela Jean, Dallas Bergquist, Ronald Edward, Randolph AFB Bernstein. Richard Lee, Enid, Okla. Best, Thomas Adolph, Austin Binder, Martine Robin, Redlands, Cal. Page 652 fr Bingham, Vernon Jarrell, Kilgore Birchfield, John William, Amarillo Birdwell, Raymond Steldon, Weatherford Bishop, George Scott, Dallas Bishop, Stephen Earl, Amarillo Blackford, Nancy Beth, Abilene Blackstone, Sam Neal Jr., Austin Blair, Cheryl Lynn, Houston Blankenship, Martha Ellen, Galveston Blanks, Dan Harve, Clyde Blann, Elizabeth Carol, Houston Bledsoe, Barbara Ann, Dallas Blume, Eileen Fay, Houston Blume, Martha Kay, Houston Bodenhamer, Jeff E., San Antonio Boecker, Barbara Jane, Rosenberg Boenisch, David Eugene, Garwood Bonilla, Ruben Jr., Corpus Christi Book, Wayne John, Miles Boss, Steven Sprague, Arcadia, Cal. Bottoni, Don Jon, Lubbock Bounds, Nancy Marie, Wichita, Kans. Bowden, Patricia Anne, Weatherford Boyd, Brenda Carol, Snyder Boyd, Stephen Orval, Hale Center Boyles, David Howard, Houston Boyles, Kay, Karnes City Brady, James Patrick, Hot Springs, Ark. Braley, Suzan Ellen, Bryan Brandenburg, Karen Ann, Dallas Brandimarte, Alfred Paul Jr., Dallas Brandon, William Richard, Dallas Brauckman, Gay Ann, Springfield, Va. Brender, Arthur John Jr., Dallas Briggs, Curtis Graham, Houston Brigham, Deborah Joyce, Houston Brill, Judy Jo Ann, Dallas Brisbin, Robert Edward, Temple Brock, James Luther, Temple Brooks, Carol Deanne, Breckenridge Brooks, Joyce Kocurek, Lexington Brown, Barrett Keith, Sherman Brown, Carol Sue, Houston CLASS OF 1968 Brown, Charles Owen, Quitman Brown, Judy Kay, Austin Brown, Lee Ola, Robstown Browne, Loyd Warren, Waco Browning, Joseph Robert, Gorman Brummett, Nita Joan, Jackson, Miss. Bryan, Richard Morris, Cleburne Bryant, John Lay, Longview Buchele, Michael John, San Augustine Buechele, Susan, San Antonio Buerschinger, Charles Albert, Haughton, La. Bull, Annie Laurie, San Antonio Burch, James Donald, Wichita Falls Burdick, Edward William, Houston Burkholder, James Hal, San Antonio Burks, Cheryl Marie, Alvin Burnham, Maxie Earl, Houston Burns, Rebecca Ann, Alvin Burns, Robert William Jr., La Marque Burr, Cheryl Ann, Austin Burroughs, Jan Carroll, Houston Burrow, Glenn Arlen, Texarkana Burrus, Barbara Jayn, Wichita Falls Bursey, Lynda Louise, Fort Worth Burton, Stephen Nelson, Tyler Busby, Russell Clyde, San Antonio Buske, Bruce Kimball. Friona Butler, Janice Lynn, March AFB, Cal. Butler, John David, Houston Byars, Richard Lenz, Victoria Byman, Nelson Allen, Gilmer Byrne, Clifford Davis, Arlington Cade, William Henry, San Antonio Calhoun, Cathryn Elaine, Amarillo Calvert, Elizabeth Arrington, Corpus Christi Cameron, Kathy, Katy Cameron, Mila Kathleen, Point Comfort Campbell, Annette Marie, Casper, Wyo. Campbell, Arch M., San Antonio Campbell, Justin Marvin, Port Arthur Campbell, William Gibbs Jr., San Antonio Cantrell, Catherine Jean, Big Spring Carlisle, James Raymond, Raymondville Page 653 Carlock, Gretchen, Honey Grove Carney, Brenda Sue, Baytown Carpenter, David Allen, Pasadena Carrington, Ilene Patricia, Mexia Carroll, James Larry, Fort Worth Carroll, Marianne, Houston Carroll, Sharon Ensley, Iraan Carter, David Ray, Dallas Carter, Gilbert Bruce, San Antonio Carter, James Stephen, Port Arthur Carter, Nancy, Dilley Carter, Robert Anthony, Fort Worth Cartwright, Joiner Jr., Houston Casstevens, David Michael, Fort Worth Casteter, Don William, Seguin Castillo, Daniel T., Corpus Christi Castro, Miguel Hernandez, San Antonio Caton, Paul E., Austin Catterton, John Henry, Arlington Catterton, William Thomas, Arlington Cavazos, Maria Elena, Austin Champion, John William Jr., Groesbeck Chatmcs, John Thomas, Marlin Chlapek, John Henry, Temple Chote, James Benjamin, Austin Christenberry, Deirdre, Pensacola, Fla. Christensen, Leslie Ann, Austin Chu, Billy, San Antonio Clapp, Zelia Kay, Hearne Clark, Charles B. Ill, San Antonio Clark, Mark Edwin, San Antonio Clark, Richard Tweedy, Brenham Clark, Steven Ray, Austin Claypool, Michael Joseph, San Antonio Cleaver, Grace Juanita, Wichita Falls Clements, Peggy Lynn, Brownwood Clifton, Charles William. Clebume Cline, Barry A., Amarillo Cline, Harriet, San Antonio Cloud, Rick G. Ill, Baytown Cohenour, Pamela Marie, Houston Cole, James George, Dallas Cole, Trenton Cecil III, Corpus Christ! JUNIORS Coleman, James Roy, Pasadena Colley, Jim Ralph, Moberly, Mo. Collie, Robert Monroe Jr., Houston Collier, William Avery, Brenharn Collins, Charles Peyton, Houston Collins, Michael David, San Antonio Colvin, Norton Anderson Jr., San Benito Compton, Douglas Wayne, Austin Conly, John Thomas, San Antonio Connally, John Bowden III, Austin Connard, Gerald George, Galveston Converse, Robert Gerald, Houston Cook, Joyce Lucas, Longview Cook, Lynda Joyce, Austin Cooper, Martha Jeanne, Houston Cortes, Joseph George, San Antonio Cotropia, Charles Samuel, Hearne Cottingham, Lynn, Fort Worth Couch, J. O. Terrell Jr., Houston Couch, Stuart Walton, Dallas Cox, Donald Wayne, Galena Park Craft, Mary Lynn, San Antonio Craig, Daniel Layne, Groom Craig, John Thomas, Yorktown Creamer, Frank Daniel, Houston Crocker, Grace Alice, Houston Crouch, Wayne Jeffrey, Houston Cude, Kay Ellen, Beeville Cullington, James Richard, Richardson Cumming, Thomas N. Jr., Dallas Cunningham, Linda Lee, Baytown Currah, Robert Mitchell, Casper, Wyo. Curtis, Carolyn, Denver, Colo. Daerr, Rose Marie, Fort Worth Dale, Katharyne Ann, Denison Daross, James Amador, El Paso Darphin, Nancy Lelia, Dallas Davenport, Carol Ann, Corsicana Davis, Adrian Averil Jr., Crockett Davis, Cynthia Anne, Lampasas Davis, Danny Godfrey, Houston Davis, Frederic John, San Antonio Davis, Robert Glenn Jr., San Antonio Page 654 Dawkins, Gary Dale, Austin Dawkin?, Michael Wylie, Houston Day, John Marcus, Longview Dean, Sharon Lee, Houston Delaney, Bailey Peyton, Port Arthur Dennis, Mary Lorene, Richardson Denny, Robert John, Odessa Denny, Stanley Eugene, Austin Denson, Susan Ellen, Houston De Shong, Cheryl L., San Antonio Devereaux, Betty Jean, Houston Dewhurst, Eugene Harris, Houston De Young, Edwin Ray, Fort Worth Dial, Richard Alan, Palestine Diaz, Antonio Manuel Jr., Brownsville Diaz, Ralph Anthony, San Antonio Dickerson, Wally Harold, Borger Dickinson, Anne Louise, Austin Dippel, Tieman Henry Jr., Brenham Dixon, Paul Nichols, Berea, Ohio Dodsoh, Mildred Gay, Garland Doering, Mary Elizabeth, Groves Doherty, Polly Ann, Dallas Dolce, Rickie Annette, Terrell Donham, Charles Franklin Jr., Little Rock, Ark. Dorf, Eugene Craig, Austin Dornbluth, Nella Carol, Grand Prairie Doster, Sandra Dianne, La Marque Dotson, Ronald Cliff, Palestine Douglas, Susan Jane, Sweetwater Doyle, Maurine Helen, Castroville Drennan, James Earl, Fort Worth Drewry, James Mitchell, Texarkana Driscoll, Barbara Nell, Devine Driver, Diann Elizabeth, Houston Droitcourt, Jack Joseph, Fort Worth DuBose, Carolyn Jean, Gonzales Duncan, James Michael, Dallas Duncan, Scott C., Austin Dunne, Suzanne Marion, Dallas Duree, Deborah-Dianne, Calgary, Canada Durham, Richard Shelley, Fort Worth Dutton, Richard Lee, Borger CLASS F 1968 Dworaczyk, Michael C, Beeville Dyer, Charles Lester, Dallas Dyer, Ronny Herald, Sweetwater Eads, Ronald Dale, San Antonio Eagle, Deanna, Dallas Edmonds, Sara Ann, Austin Edwards, Neulan Jay, San Angelo Edwards, Robert Alan, Dallas Ekrut, Vernon Stanley, Fort Worth Elam, Norris Wayne, San Antonio Ellis, Michael Paul, Lone Star Ellison, Eugene Thomas Jr., Texarkana Ellisor, Earl Lee Jr., Houston Elsik, Naedeen Ruth, Corpus Christi Enderle, Beverly Kay, Houston Erwin, Thomas Walter III, Corsicana Erwin, William G., Houston Escamilla, Elias III, San Antonio Escude, Leon Raymond Jr., Longview Estes, Carolyn Frances, Port Arthur Etzel, Martha Lynne, Corsicana Evans, Donald Louis, Houston Evans, Randle C., Paris Everage, Frances Marie, Galveston Falk, Janet Elva, Lufkin Fallin, Joseph Anthony III, McAllen Farnel, John Allen, Moose Jaw, Canada Farnum, Darlene Dale, San Antonio Farris, Jimmie Wayne, Austin Faught, Thomas Nolan, Aubrey Faulkner, Barry Lynn, Dayton Fein, Lenard David, San Antonio Fender, Harris Roberts Jr., Tyler Fender, Richard Warren, Mexia Fenton, Joan Barbara, Corpus Christi Ferguson, Thomas William, Richardson Ferris, William Maurice, Houston Fette, Linda Joy, Houston Feuerbacher, Judy Gail, Manor Fields, Janet Fay, Junction Fields, Wayland Earl J., Dallas Finegold, Alan Jay, Beaumont Finger, Peggy Ann, D ' Hanis f f f - - f Page 655 Fink, Carla Kathryn, Groves Fisher, Carol Ann, Gladewater Fitzhugh, Judith Ann, Tyler Flack, Kate Tarry, Houston Fleming, George Matthews, Houston Fleming, Mary Frances, San Antonio Flores, Santos Manuel, Raymondville Flory, Paula Kay, Dallas Flournoy, Charles Hilton, Jasper Ford, John Edward, Lubbock Forman, Judith, Arlington Fouts, Randy Hugh, Hawkins Fowler, Kathleen, San Antonio Franckowiak, Mary Ann, Austin Frank, Raymond Walter Jr., Austin Franke, Johanna, Odessa Franks, Ray Zarko Jr., La Marque Franson, Robert Eugene, Brownsville Frass, Janet Suzanne, Dallas Frazer, Nancy Carole, Houston French, Bonnie Kay, Pearland Friedlander, Daniel Gilbert, Dallas Friedman, James Martin, Corpus Christ! Frost, Mary Helen, Jasper Fuchs, Margaret Barbara, San Antonio Fugate, Anne, Kingsville Funicella, Tcni, Tyler Gable, Elaine, Calvert Gaines, Donna Kay, Dallas Gaines, Robert Terrel, Somerville Gallagher, Sheila Elizabeth, Dallas Gallian, David Alan, Midland Garcia, Olga Jo, Falfurrias Garcia, Rosa Catarina, Corpus Christi Gardner, Morey, Port Lavaca Gardner, Patricia Ann, Abilene Garrett, Charlotte Avis, Cisco Garrett, Patrick D., Duncanville Gary, Albert George, Encinal Garza, Arnulfo Rolando, San Antonio Gatlin, Sandra Lee, Beaumont Gattis, Jimmie Harold, Dallas Gayle, Mary Alison, Edna I i i I ( 8 JUNIORS George, Gus M., Houston George, James Collin III, Brownsville Gewertz, Beverly, Alexandria, La. Giesen, James Martin, Cleburne Gillette, Dennis Dale, Harlingen Gilliam, Anne Louise, Dallas Gilmore, Michael Lawrence, Arlington Gilmore, Walter Augustus, San Antonio Glaspie, Cheryl Ann, Tyler Glass, Dorothy Jean, Houston Goad, Jaan Ray, Temple Godines, Rita Rosalinda, Laredo Goerner, Cynthia Dianne, Austin Goethals, Randall M., Garland Goldenbaum, Jonathan, Houston Goode, Jeanne Voiers, La Feria Goodman, Kenneth Wayne, Dallas Goodman, Thomas Lee, Paris Goodwin, Emily Kay, Longview Goodwin, Ernest Lamar, Lampasas Goodwin, Robert Philip, Longview Gordon, James Charles, Houston Gordon, Jan Adrienne, San Antonio Gordon, Sandra Gail, Houston Goulding, Peggy Marie, Austin Gracey, David Frank, Dalhart Graham, Nancy Ann, San Antonio Graham, William Thomas, Austin Grammer, Jerry Richard, Dallas Grant, Barbara Louise, Temple Graves, Harriet Lee, McKinney Green, Joel Allen, San Antonio Green, Richard Neal, Ferris Greenberg, Jerry Arnold, Beaumont Greening, Ronald Gene, Houston Greeson, Gail Elizabeth, Dallas Gregg, Cecil Manren Jr., Austin Grider, Dan Alan, Dumas Griffin, John Pierce, Kilgore Griffin, Nancy Ann, Houston Griffin, Rita Anne, Dallas Griffith, Patricia Ann, Tyler Grillo, Virginia Ellen, Rosenberg Page 656 Grissom, David Lee, Stamford Groves, James Samuel, Freeport Guess, Carroll Lynn, Temple Guinn, Laura Lee, El Paso Gunn, William Bruce, San Antonio Guthrie, Paul David, San Angelo Gutierrez, Roberto, Rio Grande Cit) Guy, Diane G., Corpus Christi Guy, Patricia Gray, Corpus Christi Guzner, Raymond William Jr., San Antonio Hablinski, William Michael, Houston Hager, Gail Ellen, San Antonio I l.ilm. Alvin Wayne, Brenham Hairston, Morris Don, Snyder Haley, Henry Wayne, Dallas Haley, Judith Faye, Helotes Hall, Camilla Joyce, Houston Hallmark, Connie Lee, Tyler Hamilton, Ronald Douglas, San Antonio Hammond, Linda Kay, Temple Hamner, Susan Jane, San Antonio Hanover, Jocille, Bryan Hansen, Clarence Norman, Laredo Hardwick, Wayne Randol, El Paso Hargis, Jane Biedenharn, San Antonio Hargrove, Robert Allen, Dallas Harkrider, Marie Dominique, Tyler Harper, Thomas III, Austin Harris, Dale Andrew, Amarillo Harrison, James C., Huntsville Harsch, Steven Terrance, Austin Hart, Daniel Culver, Austin Hartman, Sarah Ann, Silsbee Hartong, Alice Kay, San Antonio Hawkins, Karen Hope, San Antonio Hawthorne, Lloyd Austin, Fort Worth Hayes, Carol Jane, Austin Hays, Robert Mack, Tyler Head, Sandra Marjorie, Baytown Headlee, Dorothy Louise, Abilene Hearn, Pamela Lynn, Mineola Hearn, William Richard, Mineola Heath, Jesse Emmett Jr., Dallas CLASS OF 1968 Heins, William Howard, Lyford Hellbusch, Robert Wayne, Houston Heller, Janene Sharon, Wichita, Kans. Henderson, John Charles, Frost Henderson, Molly, Dallas Henderson, Ruth Hazel, Tyler Henry, Ernest David, Rockdale Henry, Mary Susan, Liberty Henson, Kathleen Elizabeth, Houston Herren, Marilee, Houston Hester, Phillip L, Woodlake Hickox, Robert Elvin, Yoakum Hicks, James Frederick, Corpus Christ! Hieronymus, Robert Campbell, Brussels, Belgium Higgins, Lowell Thomas, Austin Higgins, Nancy Craig, Sherman Higley, Barbara Ruth, Austin Hill, Carl Clifton III, El Paso Hill, Richard Lee, Austin Hill, Whitney Edward, San Antonio Hillegeist, Dianne Lanelle, Houston Hilley, Van G., Corpus Christi Hillman, Robert Michael, Houston Hinson, Melvin O. Jr., Corpus Christi Hodges, Charles Robert, Dallas Hoffman, Alan Michael, Austin Hoge, J. Fred III, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Hoke, Hannah, Dallas Holeman, Michael Wesley, Austin Holland, Libby Harriet, Wharton Holland, Robert Vance Jr., Robert Lee Holliday, Stephen Hall, McGuire AFB, N.J. Hollis, Don K., Leonard Holmes, Mary Kathryn, Austin Holmsley, Susan Lee, San Antonio Hooks, Charles Guy III, Tomball Hooser, Mary Lou, Metairie, La. Horak, James Ray, Corpus Christi Hotchkiss, Steven Earl, Dallas Houghton, Fred Frier, San Angelo Houser, Richard Evans, Austin Houser, Rollen Edward, Dallas Houston, Jacquelynn Dianne, San Antonio Page 657 Howell, Benny Wray, Borger Howie, Carol Ann, Terrell Howie, Judy Jan, Terrell Hrncir, Mary Kathryn, Houston Hubbard, Carol Ann, Fort Worth Hubbell, James Paul, Dallas Huckabee, Billye Louise, Hagerman, N.M. Huddleston, Ann, Austin Huddleston, Carolyn Ann, Ballinger Hudgins, Constance Elizabeth, Houston Hudson, William Joseph Jr., Salisbury, Md. 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Omar A., Cairo, United Arab Republic Jenkins, Kathleen Mildred, San Antonio Jennings, Jerry Winston, Austin Jensen, Yvonne Marie, Houston Jeschke, Beverly Diane, Miles Jimenez, Frank Michael Jr., San Antonio Jinkins, Wiley Junior III, Galveston Johnson, Diane Ruth, Austin Johnson, Gerald Maurice, Grand Prairie 1 1 .o m i jffltto 5fc A - k ' ' - 4 s JUNIORS Johnson, Gwendolyn, Houston Johnson, Jerry Don, Texas City Johnson, June Fay, Austin Johnson, Mary Kathryn, Austin Johnson, Shelby Eugene, Talco Jones, Elizabeth Ann, Weslaco Jones, John Enos, Amarillo Jones, Mary Leta, Diana Jones, Panchita, Bartlett Jones, Thomas Allen, Waco Jones, Trudy Lynn, McCamey Jones, William David, Louise Jonson, William Richard, Temple Jordan, Gary Keith, Hico Jordan, Phillip Ray, McCamey Jostes, Nancy Lynne, Corpus Christ! 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Keller, John G., Houston Kelley, Carol Evalyn, San Angelo Kemp, Dorcas Suzanne, Houston Kerbow, Larry Wayne, Houston Kerr, Richard Leslie, San Antonio Kerr, Robert Houston, El Campo Kidd, Patricia Ruth, Winona Kilgore, John Robert II, Houston Kimbrough, Anthony Curtis, Fort Worth Kimbrough, Jackie Maxine, Tyler Kinard, William Latz, El Campo King, Charles Michael, Piano Kirby, Sue Ellen, Houston Page 658 ; Kittles, Patricia Louise, Athens Klein, Milow Haude, Tomball Knight, Pattie Jane, San Antonio Koch, Kenneth Toby, San Antonio Koerth, Robert Lee Jr., Garland Koivula, Betty Jane, Houston Kolacny, Robert Joseph, Ganado Kopecky, Samuel Rayner Sr., Austin Korby, Steven Lyle, Hopewell, Va. Korth, Vera Sansom, Fort Worth Kosik, Alfred Hans, Thrall Krasner, Larry Arnold, Tyler Kruger, Daniel Yahr, Austin Kuchar, William A. 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Magee, Michael Jack, San Antonio CLASS OF 1968 Page 659 Magec, Otis Joseph, Baytown Mahaffey, John Michael, Canton Majors, Johnny Edwin, Tyler Malloy, Janet Gayle, Tyler Malone, John Thomas, Houston Mancias, Dolores Jane, Corpus Christi Manhart, Karen Irene, Austin Mann, Margaret Marie, Yoakum Mann, Patricia Eileen, Bellaire Manning, Richard James, Pasadena Mapes, Julie Ann, Fort Worth Markley, Anne Milliard, Beaumont Markley, Michael Mark, Austin Marrs, Edward Hamilton, Kerrville Marshall, Carol May, Dallas Marshall, Howard McCaleb, Houston Marshman, Jan C., Winnsboro Martin, Mary Kathryn, Baytown Martin, Quentin Ware, Houston Martinez, Elodia Guadalupe, San Antonio Masters, Ralph Taylor, Sweeny Matlock, David Kidder, Austin Matocha, Lynda Irene, Austin Matthews, Robert Ray, San Angelo Mattingly, JaNelle, Dallas Maxwell, Janice Lee, Corpus Christi Mayer, Maxine Ida, Helena, Ark. Mazur, Janis Irma, San Antonio McAlpin, Kenneth Courtenay, Houston McCally, George Edward, McKinney McCary, Lois Ann, Freeport McCausland, Nita Lynn, San Antonio McClain, Susan Lucinda, Paris McCollum, Shirley Jean, Dallas McCulley, Richard Todd, Anahuac McDermott, Sandra Elizabeth, La Marque McDonald, Joe Bailey, Abilene McDonald, Johnnie Belle, Neches McDuffie, Linda Lee, Houston McGlothlin, Martha, Mesquite Mclntire, Doris Lynn, San Antonio McKinley, Mary Lynn, El Paso McKinley, Patricia An, San Antonio JUNIORS t i McKown, Jerry Lynn, Dallas McLendon, Jo Carol, Longview McMillan, Richard Taylor, Sonora McNatt, James Wright, Alvin McNeff, Michael Nichols, Dallas McNeil!, Dave E. 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J. Mullins, Dee Ann, San Antonio Mullins, Kermit Michael, Wake Village Mulva, James Joseph Jr., De Pere, Wis. Munnerlyn, Shuri Ann, Amarillo Murchison, Frank Bivin, Corsicana Murphy, George Earl, Conroe Murrah, Ann Harriet, Austin Mushrush, Barry Michael, Fort Worth Muzny, John Louis, Eagle Lake Naber, Nancy, Dallas Nathan, Cecile Elaine, San Antonio Nation, Madeline Marie, Palestine Nauert, George Henry, Austin Nauman, Denny, Richardson Neikirk, Mary Margaret, Ankeny, Iowa Neill, George Henry, Borger Nelson, Elizabeth June, Port Aransas Nelson, Malcolm George, Austin Nelson, Ronald Tramel, Longview Nerada, Nancy Lyn, San Antonio Neuville, Joseph Stephen, Center New, Robert Sydney, Houston Newman, Virginia Diane, Amarillo Newton, Kathryn Louise, Houston Nicholson, Richard Edgar, Baytown Nichter, Herbert Don, Fort Worth Niebuhr, Rebecca May, Austin Niehaus, Thomas J., Houston Nieman, Piet N., San Antonio Nippert, Marilyn Fern, Quanah Nolan, David Thomas, Houston Northcutt, Robert Douglas II, Houston Noteware, Jackie Don, Richardson Nuckols, Travis Dale II, Hitchcock Obenhaus, Richard Larry, Austin Oberg, Victoria Shirleen, Hitchcock O ' Bryan, Margaret Shane, Austin Oden, John Evans, Pecos Odom, Larry Douglas, Needville CLASS OF 1968 O ' Donnell, Joan Emily, Mason Oge, George Woodward, Tyler Oldham, Gus Ronald, Houston Olivier, Kenneth Clarke, Houston Olivo, John Xavier, San Antonio Olson, Marion Alfred Jr., San Antonio O ' Neal, Frances Laverne, Austin O ' Neil, Patrick William, Alamo O ' Neill, William Anthony II, Houston Osborne, Sherrod Haywood, Hurst Ott, David Alan, Fort Worth Otto, Thomas Wayne, Baytown Owens, Carolyn, Ballinger Ozmun, Laura Anne, Dallas Pahnke, Joanne Elizabeth, Orange Palmer, Liby An, Port Arthur Panciera, Richard Conner, Watch Hill, R. I. Parish, Kathryn Lucille, Houston Park, Gary Walden, Alvarado Parker, Cecil Chilton, Victoria Parker, Jeanette Elaine, Houston Parker, Judy Sharon, Baytown Parker, Mary ' Louise, Dallas Parker, Thespo Nina, San Antonio Parkison, Randall Harold, Dallas Partlow, Katherine Lynn, Fort Worth Patrick, Jo Ann, Corsicana Patterson, Margaret Anne, Tyler Pattillo, Martha Lee, Pampa Payne, John Bowman, Midland Payne, John George, Fate Peacock, Edith Ann, Austin Pearre, Sylvia Jean, Weslaco Pearson, James Charles, Tomball Peck, James Manning, Laredo Pederson, Gregory Vincent, Austin Pelphrey, Charles Brant, Austin Penner, Mark Bernard, San Antonio Penner, Mickey Byron, San Antonio Penny, Richard Edward, Dallas Perry, David William, Houston Peters, David Wayne, Austin Peters, Paul James, San Antonio A++ Page 661 Peterson, Carolyn Faye, Port Lavaca Peterson, Claire, Austin Peterson, Lynne Frances, Minneapolis, Minn. Phaneuf, Robert Eugene, Langley AFB, Va. Philp, Joe Dan, Caldwell Pierce, Sally Jeannette, Houston Piperi, Sharon Ann, Galveston Pittard, George Ervin, Anson Pittman, Peggy Sharon, Levelland Pitts, Edmond Wayne, Temple Polasek, Ronald Lynn, Fort Worth Pollan, Thomas Miller, Rosenberg Pollard, Constance Louise, Baytown Pollard, Danny Gale, Overton Ponder, Alan Richard, Corpus Christi Porter, Billie Pat, Terrell Porter, Donah Lee, Odessa Porter, Rebecca Anne, Fort Worth Porter, Thomas David, Austin Powell, Edwina SaDonia, Tyler Powell, Milton Carl, Wichita Falls Pratt, Robert Barton Jr., San Antonio Preece, Forrest Freeman, Austin Prentice, Margaret Vivian, Huntsville Pressly, Catherine Ann, Bellaire Price, Patricia Isbel, Austin Price, Robert Alexander Jr., San Antonio Priem, Marie Hilda, Round Rock Prihoda, Joe Daniel, El Campo Proctor, Margaret Ann, Fort Worth Provost, O ' Neil Edward Jr., Austin Pruitt, Brian Thomas, Lufkin Puryear, Jimmy Wayne, Weatherford Quintanilla, Delia Ida, San Antonio Quisenberry, Tony Merl, Quanah Rabensburg, Aubrey Neale, Houston Rabensburg, Vicki Lynn, Bastrop Racusin, Charles Robert, Corpus Christi Raggio, Thomas Louis, Dallas Rainey, Anna Elaine, San Antonio Rainosek, Ronald James, Schulenburg Randolph, Paul Cutler, Richardson Raschke, William Curtis, Austin t i I JUNIORS Rash, Ralph Allen, Austin Ratner, Celita, San Antonio Ratzlow, Janis Ann, Phillips Rayburn, Anita Kay, Sweetwater Raye, Tommy Doc, Sonora Read, Ronald Alan, Baytown Reagan, Linda Elaine, San Antonio Reed, Linda Dianne, Houston Reed, William Clay, Dallas Reeder, Yvon Gwyn, Austin Reese, James Richard, Houston Reeves, Carol Anne, Amarillo Reid, James Larry, Temple Reinhart, Jane Elisabeth, Galveston Reneau, Thomas Alan, Springfield, Va. Renfro, Robert Bruce, Dallas Renz, Randall Robert, Dallas Requa, Annette Louise, Odessa Rhea, Kathleen, McAllen Rhodes, Jerry Wayne, Tyler Rice, Janet Elizabeth, Houston Rice, Steve Travis, San Antonio Richards, George Wheeler, Arlington, Va. Richards, Janet L., Rockdale Richardson, Cameron Elaine, Austin Richardson, Gwen, Houston Richardson, James Allan, Pleasanton Richardson, Kenneth Robert, Austin Rickard, Miles Olson, Temple Rife, Frank Nicholas, San Antonio Riley, John Don, Gatesville Ritchie, Robin, Midland Roberts, Jimmy Don Jr., Lewisville Roberts, Kent Willis, San Antonio Roberts, William P., Rockville, Md. Robertson, Leonard Allen, Dallas Robertson, Wilhelmina Elizabeth, Houston Robinson, Phillip James Jr., Corpus Christi Robinson, Richard Coad, Sherman Robison, Leonard Joseph, Dallas Roby, David Lee, Corsicana Rodgers, Gary Roland, San Angelo Rodgers, Karen Ann, Corpus Christi Page 662 Rodgers, Margaret Ann, Berclair Roe, Marilyn Duff, Corpus Christ! Rogers, Charles Thomas, Austin Rogers, Gary Duane, Cleburne Rogers, Olga Maria, Odessa Rogers, Randy Clyde, Baytown Rogers, Wesley Graves, Dallas Resales, Manuel George Jr., San Marcos Rose, Donald E. J., Blanco Ross, James Nathan, Belton Ross, Sandra Patti, Texas City Roth, Leonard Matthew, Houston Rothwell, Richard O ' Neil, Victoria Rotter, Sheryl Anne, Austin Rountree, Steven, Mandreth, San Antonio Rountree, Wiley Barry III, San Angelo Routt, Janice Ann, Dallas Rowntree, Paul Anthony, Grand Prairie Royuela, Oscar, La Paz, Bolivia Rozen, Phyllis Jo, Corpus Christi Rozier, Kellyn, Kilgore Ruchelman, Morris Jackson, Bellaire Ruckman, Edith Jeanne, Carswell AFB Rudd, Andrea Beth, Wichita, Kans. Rudd, Judy Jane, Dallas Rudkin, Carol Jean, Dallas Rulfs, Carol Ann, Houston Runge, John Hurd, Wichita Falls Rush, Dianne, Fort Worth Russell, Florence Evelyn, San Antonio Ryder, John Thomas, Austin Sadler, Jerry William, Grapeland Sagely, Sharon Marguerite, Dallas Sales, Dana Kaye, Paris Salinas, Louis Jr., San Antonio Samuelson, Rebecca Ann, Austin Sanders, Vicki Gail, Houston Sandidge, William W., San Antonio Sands, Dale Garrison, Houston Sanford, Patricia Lea, Wichita Falls Satsky, Karen Ann, Austin Sawyer, Sandra Sue, Roswell, N. M. Soaramell, Sandra Lou, Abilene CLASS OF 1968 Schirmer, Stephen Anthony, Dallas Schleicher, Hart Eugene, Alvin Schmidt, Eddie Charles II, Fort Worth Schmitt, Harriet Elizabeth, Carrollton Schnatterer, Elizabeth Lorraine, Bellaire Schneider, Susan Louise, Brownsville Schoone, Clifford Emerson Jr., Memphis, Tenn. Schovajsa, William Reaves, Miles Schroeder, Charles Kenneth, San Benito Schroeder, Penny Rene, Houston Schuble, Thomas Gerald, Baytown Schumann, George Ernest, Dumas Schwartz, Harold Dennis, Houston Schwartz, Nelda Jean, Houston Sclerandi, Lawrence Vincent Jr., Port Arthur Scott, Lloyd Elmer Jr., Fort Worth See, Marilyn Lillian, Snook Sefcik, Jamie Glenn, San Angelo Seilheimer, Dan Keith, Fort Worth Sengbush, Lynnie Rae, Los Angeles, Cal. Senter, Carl Conway III, Forney Settle, Linda Sue, Celina Sewell, Cameron Dee, Seagoville Sewell, Jimmy I., Nocona Seyer, John Frederick, Houston Shamess, George Ann, Wells Shannon, Joel Ingram, Wharton Sharp, Ray Fulton, Beckville Sharpe, Edwin Reese Jr., Austin Shaw, Robert Eric, San Antonio Shelby, Elizabeth, Tyler Shelton, Charles Turner, Tulia Shelton, Cheryl D enise, Houston Shinn, Julia Ann, Houston Shipman, Sandra Louise, Lake Jackson Shively, Christopher E., Garland Short, Arthur Bernard, Kingman, Ariz. Shropshire, Pamela Agnes, Fort Sam Houston Shults, Gretchen Oleta, Arlington, Va. Shultz, Tommy Brenton, Houston Shuman, Musallam Nasser A., Tabuk, Saudi Arabia Silverman, Geraldine, Houston Silverstein, Russell Lee, Houston S O) V fv ' . " ' r r . -s w " " " Page 663 Simkin, Samuel H., Houston Simmons, Robert Holloway, Brownwood Simons, Allen Bruce, Houston Simons, Dennis Steele, Edna Singer, Mary Elsa, Coral Gables, Fla. Singleton, Loy Alonzo, Montgomery, Ala. Skandalis, Kiki A., Houston Skinner, Michael Lee, Richardson Slack, James Gregory, Lufkin Sledge, Roland Edward Jr., Houston Small, Don Edward, Loraine Smith, Beverly Murdaugh, Palestine Smith, Byrom Judson III, Waco Smith, Craig Carter, Houston Smith, Daniel Craig, San Antonio Smith, David Michael, Kilgore Smith, Donald Ralph, San Antonio Smith, Edgar Ashley, Houst on Smith, Gene Robert, Baytown Smith, Gordon Bennett Jr., Gainesville Smith, Gregory Franklin, Houston Smith, James Allen, McAllen Smith, James Norman, Brenham Smith, Juanita L., Belton Smith, Michael Dean, Cleburne Smith, Paul Seward Jr., San Angelo Smith, Richard Earl, Clifton Smith, Sandra K. W., Baytown Smith, Steven Grayson, Brielle, N. J. Smith, Susan Kaye, Tyler Smith, Tracy Ann, Austin Smith, Trenna Lynn, Amarillo Smith, Trescott Kimmerjon, Nocona Smith, Wayne Randolph, San Angelo Smith, William Stephen, Floresville Snidow, Frank Chapman, Richardson Snyder, Margaret Jean, San Antonio Solomon, Nathan Andrew, San Antonio Sommers, Steven Wayne, Miami Beach, Fla. Sours, Sandra Ann, Austin Sparks, David Rowe, Tyler Sparks, Gordon Elliott, Austin Sparks, Hugh Cullen, Pasadena JUNIORS Spencer, Olvis Ray, Dimmitt Spock, Carolyn, Fort Worth Spradley, Sherry Jane, Houston Stall, Nancy Ann, Smithville Stallings, Evelyn Jeanne, Nacogdoches Stallknecht, William Adams, Brookshire Stanley, Norma Sue, Galena Park Stargel, Michael Don, Amarillo Stark, Judy Kay, Fort Worth Stavinoha. Jean Marie, Schulenburg Steed, Kenneth Ray, McAllen Stegall, Sunnye Susan, Houston Stelling, Marvin Joe, Dallas Stephens, Sharon lona, Dallas Sterett, Edith Ann, Houston Stevenson, Dianne, Hampton, Va. Stewart, James Paul, San Antonio Stewart, Kay Lang, Fort Worth Stikeleather, Helen Haldon, Austin Stillwell, Penny Ann, Houston Stinson, Alan Lynn, Grapevine Stotler, Mary Martha, Corpus Christi Strater, John Edward, Houston Stripling, Craig, Nacogdoches Stromberg, Joyce Ada, Austin Strong, Tommy Jay, Henderson Stuart, Helen Irene, San Antonio Stuyck, Stephen Christopher, Baton Rouge, La. Sutherland, Mary Lou, Austin Sutherland, Richard Thomas, Houston Sutherland, Sandra Jeanette, Houston Swearingen, Patricia Loyce, Gladewater Swenson, Marsha Carol, Austin Swope. Helen Carrol, Little Rock, Ark. Tacquard, Julius Lee, Galveston Talen, Louise Sylvia, Pasadena Talkington, Dorothy Sue, Jacksonville Tally, Sondra Sue, Lockhart Tamaddoni, Mohammad Javad, Jahrom, Iran Tanipke, Sally Katherine, Austin Taplin, John David, Kingsville Taylor, Buford Franklin, Phoenix, Ariz. Taylor, Connie Lynn, Port Lavaca Page 664 Taylor, Cyrel Dewaine II, Temple Taylor, Linda Ann, Mount Pleasant Taylor, Martha Elizabeth, Houston Taylor, Raymond Barry, Taylor Templeton, Laura Kathryn, Cooper Templin, Richard Dwight, Cedar Creek Terilli, James Louis, Dallas Tezel, Paul Eugene, San Antonio Thiele, Juanice Velma, McDade Thomas, Judith Roberta, Dallas Thomas, Larry Limuel, Mesquite Thomas, Linda, San Antonio Thomas, Linda Jean, Eagle Lake Thompson, Barbara Jean, McAllen Thompson, Delbert Kenneth, Tyler Thompson, Kinman Brock, Victoria Thornton, Raymond William, San Antonio Thurman, John Homer Jr., San Antonio Thurman, Margaret Ellen, Pasadena Tichenor, Travis David Jr., Dallas Tobor, Ben David, Fort Worth Tocker, Madeline Jayne, Waco Todd, Laurie, Irving Tomlinson, Brenda Joyce, Tyler Tomson, Sandra Elaine, Pampa Townsend, Clyde Douglas, Austin Trapnell, Robert Norris Jr., Austin Trapp, Michael Eric, Dallas Trent, Cecilia Roxanna, Pasadena Trudeau, Steven Ross, Benbrook Tubbs, Atha Maxine, Cuero Tucker, John Bee III, Baytown Tulbah, Hassan Ali, Mecca, Saudi Arabia Tunstall, Nancy, Dallas Turet, Charles Sydney Jr., Dallas Turnbull, Wade William Jr., Houston Turner, James William, Crockett Tyson, Barbara Ann, Austin Underwood, James Harris, Seabrook Underwood, Maryon Abbe, Mont Belvieu Urquhart, Susan Phyllis, Dallas Vance, Susan Lee, Edna Vann; Roger Lynn, Fort Worth CLASS OF 1968 Van Winkle, Pamela Faye, Corpus Christi Vargas, Albert G., San Antonio Varisco, Lunette, Bryan Vasek, James Darwin, Moulton Vassberg, Daniel Carl, Lyford Vassberg, Stephen M., Lyford Vaughan, George Douglas, Dallas Vaughan, Richard Allen, Sherman Vehlow, John Charles, Dallas Verheyden, Charles Nash, Jacksonville Vick, Terry Tamlyn, Temple Vine, Louella Grace, Dilley Voigt, Richard Allen, Victoria Von Rosenberg, William Edward, La Grange Wade, Jeffrey Brian, Houston Waggoner, James Rodney, Longview Wagner, Lynn Susan, Houston Wagner, Rae, Port Arthur Waidhofer, Bernard, Houston Wainger, Susan Ellen, Austin Wakefield, Howard B., Uvalde Walker, Dixie Lee, Eagle Lake Walker, Nancy Kay, Abilene Wallace, Bettye Lou, Hughes Springs Wallace, Edward Blume, Shreveport, La. Walston, Madelyn Gaye, Palestine Walton, Donnie Neil, Tyler Ward, John Wesley Jr., Devine Ward, Linda Lea, Austin Ward, Lloyd Ray, San Antonio Ward, Shelia Marian, Fort Worth Warren, Anne Hal, Waco Warren, Joseph Frederick, Nederland Warrick, Michael Eugene, Pittsburg Washburn, Emma Leigh, Izmir, Turkey Wassell, Emmett Eugene Jr., Texarkana Wathen, Carolyn Elizabeth, Houston Watkins, W. Mackey, Paint Rock Watson, David Austin, Sherman Watson, Martha Earlene, San Antonio Weathers, Robert Sherman, Waco Webb, Charles Richey, Dallas Webb, Michael Dee, Phillips Page 665 Webb, Paul Jr., El Campo Weber, Donald Joseph, Hitchcock Wechsler, Jan Diane, San Antonio Weger, Jean Ann, Paris Weil, Michael Max, Corpus Christi Weise, Stanley Allan, Bellaire Weksler, Ronni Joy, Coral Gables, Fla. Welch, Hubert Harold Jr., Cisco Welch, Thomas Jefferson III, Crockett Weller, Carol Ann, San Antonio Welty, Lyn Drew, San Benito Werlein, Presley Ewing III, Houston Wesolowsky, Al Byars, Irving Westerman, Kenneth Clark Jr., Longview Whaley, Robert Russell, Baytown Wheetley, Kim Alan, White Deer Whitaker, Cheryl Kay, Tyler Whitby, William David, Waco White, Jerome B., Austin White, Kenneth Leigh, Bakersfield, Cal. White, Linda Lee, Bellaire White, Martha Dickinson, Austin White, William Thomas, Port Lavaca Whitener, Grace Darling, Corpus Christi Whitfield, Judith Ann, Amarillo Whitley, Jerry Bob, Greenville Whitlow, James Lee, Edna Whittten, Patsy Ann, Austin Wiberg, Susan Marie, Dallas Wiede, Margaret Lillian, Edna Wiggins, George Edward Jr., Houston Wiggins, Lonnie Logan, Dallas Wilgen, Michael Charles, San Antonio Wilkerson, John Wiley, Houston Willbern, Margaret, Bellaire Willette, John George, Corpus Christi Williams, Cynthia Lee, Fort Worth Williams, Gwendolyn Anne, La Porte Williams, John Travis Jr., Sanderson Williams, Mary Louise, Round Rock Williams, Patty Lou, El Paso Williams, Ronald David, Texarkana Williamson, Robert Arthur, Poteet JUNIORS Willingham, Marian Ann, Abilene Willis, Richard Dawson, Conroe Willms, Dennis Gerald, Austin Willsey, Marion Lynita, Corpus Christi Wilson, Billy Wayne, Dallas Wilson, Henry Evan, Wharton Wilson, James Preston, Corpus Christi Wilson, Juanita Alarene, Post Wilson, Thomas Judkins, Dickinson Wilson, William Arthur, San Antonio Winckler, Suzanne, Houston Windecker, Theodore Rolf, Midland Windle, William Parker, Henderson Wiser, Richard Calvin, Piano Wisner, Linda Elizabeth, San Antonio Witcher, Linda Jo, San Antonio Witt, Sharon Kay, Temple Wittman, Marolyn, Austin Wold, Elsa A., San Antonio Wolf, Kenneth Herman, Port Arthur Wolters, Kay Lynn, Shiner Wood, Frank Michael, Lackland AFB Wooldridge, Liz Marie, McAllen Woolrich, Sarah Catherine, Houston Word, James Alan, Longview Wortham, Michael Bruce, Houston Wren, Floyd Gary Jr., Corpus Christi Wright, David Ray, San Antonio Wright, David Wesley, Fort Worth Wynne, David Ebeling, Dallas Wyrick, Jean Carroll, Texarkana Yarbrough, Ann, San Antonio Yeager, Katherine Louise, Dallas Youash, Sabah Yousif, Baghdad, Iraq Young, Donna Rae, Kerrville Young, William Crawford, Fort Worth Youngblood, David Craig, San Antonio Younger, Betty, Dallas Younger, Joyce, Dallas Yousey, Robert Francis Jr., Lowville, N. Y. Zank, Jill Anne, Houston Zavaleta, Anthony Noe, Brownsville Zavaleta, Jesus Armando, Brownsville Zike, James Houston, Big Spring Page 666 SOPHOMORES Page 667 Abbott, Gary Ray, Houston Abright, Arthur Reese III, Dallas Acheson, Randall Robert, El Paso Adams, Frances Elina, Houston Adams, Joseph Vincent, Corpus Christi Adams, Mary Elaine, Bellaire Adams, Mary Jo, El Campo Adams, Pamela Jean, Amarillo Addy, Ervin Eldrid III, Cisco Ahrenbeck, Patricia Louise, Houston Albertson, Charles Lenton III, Houston Alcorn, Barbara Lynn, Fort Worth Allen, Thomas Byrd, Cleburne Allison, Judith Ann, Dallas Allman, Cherrylene, Austin Alvarado, Antonio, Laredo Amescua, Gloria, Austin Andersen, Patricia Ruth, Weslaco Anderson, Jeff Davis, Corpus Christi Anderson, Patricia Louise, Weslaco Anderson, Robert Lawrence, Hitchcock Anderson, Sharon Ann, Austin Andrews, Mary Frances, Fort Worth Anselin, Patricia Kay, Waco Anthony, Henry William III, San Antonio Anthony, Jamey Dee, Denver City Archer, Sandra Lynn, Edcouch Armstrong, Douglas Clinton, Wichita Falls Armstrong, Henrietta Julia, Kingsville Armstrong, Roy Fredrick, Iraan Ashlock, Carlene Monica, Dalhart Atkinson, Virginia Dee, San Antonio Atwood, H. Kirby Jr., Houston Averitt, Jimmy Curtis, Dallas Aynesworth, Gary Tim, Austin Backus, Oscar, Crystal City Bader, Punkin, Edna Badger, Bruce Ault, Austin Bahm, Stephen Chris, Houston Bailey, Jan Elaine, Longview Baker, Charles Everett, Holland Baker, Irene Carolle, Austin Baldwin, Susan Jean, Houston i SOPHOMORES 1 jyf Balke, Renean, Austin Ballanfant, Richard Burton, Houston Ballew, Elizabeth Jane, Cleburne Bandas, John Hart, Temple Banks, Julia Ann, Wichita Falls Barfield, John Frank, Dallas Barkley, Janet Sue, Austin Barkley, Judith Ann, Houston Barnard, Karen Elaine, Garland Barnard, Robert E. Jr., Canyon Barnes, Bettie Bertrand, Lockhart Barnes, William Roy Jr., Odessa Barnhill, Betty Louise, San Antonio Baron, Kenneth Dale, El Paso Barr, Alan Robert, Austin Barrett, Freddie Louise, Pensacola, Fla. Barry, Bryan William, Dallas Barsalou, Catherine Renee, Baytown Barton, Alton Keith, Houston Barton, Delores Jane, Lubbock Bates, David Earl, Angleton Baucum, Carlton Edward, Houston Baumstark, Catherine, Houston Beall, Pamela Ruth, Gonzales Beaty, William Robert, Fort Worth Beaver, Pamela Ann, Lufkin Beaver, Paul Domby, Garland Beck, Robert Miles, Abilene Becker, Margaret Ann, Austin Beene, Nancy Sue, Big Spring Bell, Jenna Lou, Dallas Bell, Suzan Gail, Houston Belt, Terry Lee, Weimar Bennett, James Richard, Cleburne Bennett, Roger William, Athens Bentsen, Lan Chase, Houston Bernhardt, Karen Ruth, Milwaukee, Wis. Berrey, Barbara Lynn, Arlington, Va. Berry, William Randall, El Paso Belts, Linda Lea, Austin Biesele, Melanie, Storrs, Conn. Bindursky, Eve Elizabeth, Lepanto, Ark. Hinlwrjl, William Reagan, Hearne ?. ' Birnbaum, Robert Jay, San Antonio Black, Robert Chapman, Houston Blackburn, James Bernard Jr., Harlingen Blackburn, Sue Lynn, Corpus Christi Blackmon, Grady Lawrence, Lubbock Blair, Culverson, Estell, Dallas Bland, David Clarence III, Houston Bland, Helen Dean, Dallas Blankenbaker, Rose Anne, Mission Blood, William Earl, Austin Bloom, Myron Earl, Dallas Boatrig ht, David Michael, Texas City Boettcher, Randie Kaye, Dallas Bogart, Kerry Kathleen, Houston Bolt, Laura Nell, Kilgore Bond, Cathy Lynn, Humble Bondesen, Valera Kay, Houston Bones, Howard Russell, Dallas Boon, James Carroll II, Dallas Boone, William Price, Austin Borgeson, Charles Leroy Jr., Fort Worth Borth, James David, Pittsburg Bosquez, Mateo Gilberto, Robstown Boulden, Susan Timmons, Austin Bowden, Lucinda Louise, Houston Bowers, Mary Elizabeth, Garland Bowles, David Richard, Austin Boyer, Wally Joseph, Temple Bracher, Antoinette, Houston Bracht, Anderson Heath, Houston Brack, David Anthony, Calgary, Canada Bracken, David Lee, Fort Worth Brandon, Nathan Ray, Dallas Bransom, Betty Jane, Greenville Branson, Roni Kaye, Fort Worth Brant, Phillip Gabriel, Houston Brantley, Barbara Kay, Angleton Brassard, Raymond Maurice, Beaumont Brewer, Charles William, Sinton Brewington, Valla Ellen, Austin Brian, Reba Jeanette, San Antonio Bricker, Douglas Grant, Houston Brier, Michael Allen, Houston Britt, Judith Lynn, Austin Broaddus, James Anthony, San Antonio Brock, John Robert, Houston Brockway, Michael D., La Feria Brookner, Mir iam Faye, Beaumont Brooks, Beverly Ann, Corpus Christi Brown, Caleb Steve III, Ballinger Brown, Carolyn Kay, Bonham Brown, Elizabeth, Dallas Brown, Linda Joy, Katy Brown, Robert Howell, Austin Brown, Virginia Lee, Houston Browning, Mary Shell, Gorman Brownlow, James Carroll, Irving Brundrett, Ina Lynne, Overton Brunner, Virginia Marie, San Antonio Bryan, David Mack, Fort Smith, Ark. Bryan, Jimmy Douglas, Moulton Bryant, Douglas Wingert, Dallas Bryant, Jerry Don, Plainview Brzeszkiewicz, Peggy Jane, Dallas Bublis, Rosemary, Plainview Buck, Betty Fay, Houston Buenger, Julian Vincent, Austin Bullard, Paula Kay, Dallas Burke, Cynthia Ann, Houston Burkett, Steven Alan, San Antonio Burnett, Linda Louise, La Marque Burns, George Allen, Kansas City, Kans. Burton, Rodney McCoy, Houston Busby, Barbara, San Antonio Bussa, Harry Irvin Jr., Houston Butler, Carolyn Jean, Bonham Byrd, Deborah Anne, Seguin Byrd, Kenneth Wayne, Richardson Byrne, Sheila L., San Antonio Cadenhead, Donald Mack, Dallas Cadwell, Terry Wayne, Austin Cain, Burney Davis Jr., Taylor Caldwell, Donna Jean, Dallas Calhoun, Mark Alan, Tyler Callaway, Cynthia Diane, Fort Worth Cammack, Benjamin Yoakum Jr., Dallas CLASS OF 1969 Page 669 Campbell, Jacquie Camille, Houston Campbell, Robert Edward, Odessa Cannamore, Carolyn Sue, Houston Cannon, Brian Lee, Houston Cannon, Thomas Edward, Austin Cantu, Charlotte Elizabeth, Lyford Caraway, Ann Elizabeth, Houston Carberry, John Byron, Lorena Card, Michael Melton, Pelham, N.Y. Cardwell, Walter Wilcox III, Lockhart Cargile, James Weldon Jr.. Dallas Carr, Linda Lou, Clute Carrington, Eugene Claiborne, San Antonio Carrington, Frederick Lytle, Mexia Castellanos, Katherine Nell, Houston Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Joann, San Antonio Chandler, Patricia Louise, Dallas Chapman, John Harold Jr., Lubbock Charlton, Robert Thomas, Rosenberg Chester, Gerald Ray, Richardson Chiasson, Barbara Lynne, Port Arthur Childress, Carolyn Sue, Goldthwaite Childress, David William, Ozona Childress, Scott Creager, Houston Childs, Barbara June, Brownwood Christensen, Clay Burns, San Antonio Christensen, Robert Loy, Port Isabel Christian, Mary Julie, Houston Christner, Catherine Ann, Oklahoma City, Okla. Clark, Gilbert Jr., Donna Clark, Karen Ann, Gilmer Clark, Marsha, Seguin Clark, Thomas Fuess, Austin Clarke, Cathy Belle, San Antonio Clarke, Frances Ann, Lefors Clarke, Susan Jane, Lufkin Clem, Susan Louise, San Antonio Clements, David Earl, Mason City, Iowa Clements, Joan Lillian, San Antonio Clements, Richard Owen Jr., Liberty Clemons, Carl Louis, Houston Clifford, Bill M., Mission Clifton, Rosalyn, Lampasas i 1 r 1 ! tr m. 7i- Jl SOPHOMORES I i feM k. |i| O M t Clopton, Elizabeth Randolph, Austin Clunn, Linda Daphine, La Porte Cochran, Victoria Ann, Lubbock Cochran, William Herblin, Austin Coerver, Louise Noelie, Houston Cole, Kenneth Wayne, Temple Coleman, Margaret Elizabeth, Victoria Coleman, Sandra Kay, Austin Colwick, Larry Charles, Arlington Conahan, Joan Darlene, Corpus Christ! Coneway, Patrick Michael, Harlingen Connors, Karen Katherine, Carlsbad, Cal. Conway, Robert William, Austin Cook, Brenda Joyce, Harlingen Cook, David Bruce, St. Louis, Mo. Cook, Phillip Henry, Paris Cooksey, Carolyn Sue, Austin Coovert, Gary Glenn, Killeen Cope, Susan Elaine, San Angelo Cornelius, Sue Sharon, Agua Dulcc Collar, David Michael, Houston Cotrone, Louis III, Houston Cotton, Courtenay Lea, Dallas Coward, Barbara Elaine, Bellville Cox, Carol, Houston Cox, Frances Ann, Austin Cox, James Randal, Midland Craft, Addie Elizabeth, Throckmorton Cramer, Roger Bruce, North Bergen, N. J. Cranfill, Barbara Madeline, Borger Graver, Mary Myrtle, Oklahoma City, Okla. Creagh, William Gerard, La Marque Crim, Rose Margaret, Greenville Crites, Robert Harleston, Austin Crow, Theodore Franklin, Dallas Crowe, Deborah Ruth, Dallas Crowell, Steven Glen, Snyder Cruce, Carol, Houston Crutchfield, Dan Evans, San Antonio Cubbison, Gregory Kent, Houston Cullen, Jeffrey Lynn, Austin Cullen, Robert Alan, El Toro, Cal. Cummings, Peggy Ruth, Dickinson Page 670 Cunningham, Mary Carol, Austin Cunningham, Suanne, Temple Cunningham, William Richard, Houston Curlee, Cathy Nell, Austin Curry, Jo Ann O ' Lene, Victoria Curry, Saundy Jay, Ravenna Curtino, Linda Joyce, Galveston Curtis, Dana Allan, Houston Curtis, Laura Lee, Houston Curtis, Lou Ann, Fayetteville, Ark. Curtis, Thomas Percy, Hillsboro Dailey, Dale Frances, Austin Dalton, Linda Lauree, Killeen Damron, James Stewart, Midland Daniel, Gaylon Ray, Bertram Daniel, Leonard Hayden, Greenville Daniel, Theresa Frances, Gladewater Daniels, Bryan, Houston David, Larry Lee, Quitman David, Madelon Beth, Dallas Davidoff, Joyce Helen, El Paso Davidson, Laura Marie, Beeville Davis, Beverly Lou, Harlingen Davis, Daniel Cole Jr., Fort Worth Davis, Diana Marie, Dallas Davis, Judy Anne, Denton Davis, Kathleen Clift, Ballinger Davis, Patti Rogena, San Antonio Davis, Thomas Calvin, Mertzon Dawkins, Mary Jean, Austin Day, Bob Jr., Garland Dean, Benjamin Joseph III, Breckenridge Dean, David Allen, Dallas Dean, Peter Watts, Austin Dear, Patrick Hansford, Austin Delleney, Rupert Dean, Marlin Delvige, Robert Lee, Yoakum Dempsey, Kaye Sue, Richardson Denton, Nancy Scott, Corpus Christ! Derby, Alan Thomas, Midland, Mich. De Shong, Andrea Lea, San Antonio Dessel, Gay Jeane, Houston De Vos, Kenneth Bruce, Mason CLASS OF 1969 De Voss, David Arlen, Dallas Deweese, Linda Sue, Paris Dlouhy, Delores Ann, Dayton Dodson, Connie Ann, Miami Doggett, Marilyn, Tyler Domingue, Rene Lawrence II, Galena Park Donovan, John Lyle Scott, Galveston Dooley, Marilu, Richardson Doran, John Hilton, Odessa Dorsey, James Frederick, Houston Dorsey, James Thomas, Pittsburgh, Pa. Doss, Noble Webster Jr., Austin Dossey, Robin Gail, Houston Douglas, Barbara Dianne, Fort Worth Draeger, Madeleine, Houston Dragon, Linda Kay, Pasadena Drake, Berla Jane, Katy Druker, Judith Ann, Skokie, 111. Duffey, Mary Sarita, San Antonio Duke, Rodger Del, Atlanta Duke, Terry Wayne, Austin Dulan, Kathleen, Fayetteville, Ark. Dulaney, Robert Larry, Bonham Dullnig, Robert Miller, San Antonio Dullye, Elizabeth Laird, San Antonio Dumestre, Jeanie C., New Orleans, La. Duncan, Dianne, Eagle Lake Duncan, Kenneth Michael, Abilene Duncan, Linda Kathleen, Houston Dunn, Roxanna, Dallas Dunning, David William, Dallas Durbin, Clyde Jr., Dallas Durham, Clifton Howard Jr., Pecos Durham, Tim Loyd, Weatherford Durst, John Wakefield, Crockett Eads, Tommy Glover, Ladonia Eagan, Sandra Anita, San Antonio Eason, Peggy Jo, Austin Eberhardt, Sandy Lee, Bellaire Eddy, William A., Houston Edrington, Jimmie Darius, Annona Edwards, James Douglas, Irving Eichenbaum, Larry, Austin Page 671 Eilbott, Lee Garland, St. Louis, Mo. Eisemann, John Edwin, Houston Elliott, David Chandler, Temple Elliott, William Marion Jr., Sonora Ellison, Nancy Jean, Killeen Embry, James Alva III, Houston Emery, Kenneth Charles Jr., San Antonio Emmer, Stephanie Elaine, Amarillo Emmons, Tommy Glynn, Dallas Emmott, Carolyn Jean, Houston Englander, Donna Lynn, Miami Beach, Fla. English, Sandra Kay, Houston Eppright, Linda Anne, Dallas Ermis, Edward John, Woodsboro Evans, Dean Clinton, Pampa Evans, Janet Denena, McLean, Va. Evans, Kathy Faye, Austin Evans, Vicki Lynn, Dallas Ewing, Richard Edward, Wichita Falls Fairhurst, Jan, Tyler Fairleigh, Morton W., Houston Farries, Marilyn Gail, Houston Farris, James Randolph, Wichita Falls Feather, William Louis, Midland Fehr, Kearby Clark, Austin Feibel, Carolyn Jean, Dallas Felsenthal, Sharon Gertrude, Longview Ferguson, Carolyn Elizabeth, Cuero Ferguson, Hugh Rogers Jr., Nome Ferguson, Pamela Celeste, Houston Fertitta, David Anthony, Beaumont Fielder, Cecil David, Houston Fife, Rosemary A., Hempstead Fike, Marian Kay, Dalhart Fillmore, Theresia Diane, Houston Fischer, Michael Scott, Marlin Fischer, Nancy Darlene, San Antonio Fisher, Beverly Faye, Fort Worth Fisher, Charles Emil, Lubbock Fisher, Douglas Jeffrey, Beaumont Fisher, John Harp, San Antonio Fisher, Roy Michael, Sudan Fisk, Hollye Carson, Houston v SOPHOMORES Fite, James Michael, Bonham Fleury, Nancy Jo, Bellaire Flodine, Nancy Carol, Houston Flournoy, Donald Royce, Austin Fogel, G. Kathleen, Corpus Christi Folkes, George Denton, Amarillo Forman, Marsha Jo, Tyler Forrest, Carroll Jay, Burkburnett Forrester, Martha Ann, Bay City Fowler, Nancy, Houston Framer, Judy, Galveston Fredriksen, Mary Kate, Galveston Freeland, Donald Eugene, San Angelo Freeman, William Frederick, San Antonio Friedman, Jeffrey Howard, Dallas Friedrichs, Jay Mark, Corpus Christi Friend, Patricia Ann, Houston Frink, Clayton Jay, Binghamton, N. Y. Fritsche, Alvie Ray, Houston Froehner, Sharon Lee, Houston Fulbright, Dianne, Beaumont Fuller, Ann Elizabeth, Dallas Fulton, Loretta Ann, Floydada Furness, Lydia Frances, Pasadena Galatzan, Leigh Stewart, El Paso Gallagher, Joseph Henry, Houston Galloway, Francis Orman Jr., Dallas Gantt, Carol Elaine, Houston Garwood, Kelly Richard, Dallas Gary, Roger Vanstrom, San Antonio Garza, Gloria Ann, Bridge City Gates, Pamela Diane, Houston Geis, Diana Ruth, San Antonio Gentry, Cecil Adrian, Henderson Getchey, Nancy June, Houston Giannofcle, Richard Paul, Dallas Gibson, Richard Lee, Beaumont Gideon, Steven Roger, Stephenville Giese, James Albert II, Houston Giesecke, Richard Louis, Marble Falls Gilkerson, George Ernest, Lubbock Gillespie, Hal Keith, Walker AFB, N. M. Gillespie, Julia Elizabeth, Sherman Page 672 Gilliam, Billie Irene, Dallas Gilreath, Farrell Richard Dean Jr., La Marque Ginnings, Charles Michael, Denton Ginther, Joan Rae, Bishop Girouard, Maureen Elaine, Freeport Giudice, Judy Mary Viola, Houston Glassmire, Charles Joseph, Groves Glover, Margaret Ellen, Tyler Goldfarb, Sam Magruder Jr., San Antonio Goldstein, Judy Ann, El Paso Gonzalez, Cynthia Ann. McAllen Gonzalez, Theodore Anthony, San Antonio Goodson, Saundra Louise, Houston Goodwin, Clifton A. Jr., Houston Gordon, Judith Ann, Rosenberg Graf, Linda Kay, Vernon Gramberg, Eva Maria, Bryan Grant, Thomas Patrick III, Houston Grantham, Mary Lou, Fort Worth Graves, Sharon Dale, Garland Gray, Robert Lee, Houston Green, Barry Russell, Fort Worth Green, David Warren, Lake Jackson Green, Wesley Woodrow Jr., Dallas Greene, George Leonard, Austin Greenhill, William Duke, Austin Greenlee, Robert Dewitt, Dallas Gregory, Sally Ann, Houston Grell, Dudley Clinton, San Antonio Grenier, Sally Duncan, Dallas Gretser, George Westfall, San Antonio Gribble, Kruse, Houston Griffin, Kenneth Edward, McGregor Griffith, Anne Gregory, Seabrook Grigsby, Carrell Lee, Richardson Grimes, Lady Jayne, Abilene Grob, Charles Earl, Houston Grobe, Peggy Lynn, Sonora Groner, Rebecca C., Baytown Grossman, Larry, Corpus Christi Guerra, Christina Carmen, San Antonio Guess, Curtis Neal, Temple Gump, Richard Anthony Jr., Dallas CLASS OF 1969 Gundersen, Gail Irene, La Porte Gustafson, David Ray, Gonzales Guzman, Arnoldo Tamez, Cd. Mante, Mexico Haberle, Patricia Ruth, Liberty Hall, William Glen, San Antonio Halstead, Lucinda, Dallas Hamilton, Daniel Kirk Jr., Chapel Hill, N. C. Hamilton, Larry Alan, Dallas Hammon, Lena Louise, White Deer Hamner, Richard Edward, Houston Hancock, Warren Edward Jr., Dallas Hanger, Chris Thomas, Fort Worth Hanna, Mark James, Springfield, Va. Hanson, Judith Faye, San Antonio Hardesty, John Powell, Merkel Hardgrave, Carol, Palestine Hardie, William Bradford Jr., El Paso Hardy, Hugh William, Abilene Hardy, Joyce Lynn, Houston Hargrove, Clyde Lee, Beaumont Haritos, Peggy Ann, Weatherford Harkins, Henry Burton Jr., Alice Harlan, Donna Lynne, Houston Harman, Margaret Graham, Austin Harrell, Monty Lynn, Fort Worth Harris, David Michael. Houston Harris, Roy Clark, El Paso Harris, Thomas Allen, Dallas Harris, Virgil Everette, Houston Harrison. Beverly Ann, Plainview Hart, Joseph Byron, Austin Hartman, Shirley Marie, San Antonio Hartmann, Lynnette Louise, Fredericksburg Hartt, Barry Foster, Houston Harvey, Sarah Elizabeth, Corpus Christi Haterius, Ingrid Birgenia, Avoca Hatten, Frances Ann, Waco Hauber, Thomas Richard, Galena Park Havemann, Helen Ruth, Houston Hawkins, Jana, Fort Worth Hawkins, Jane Scott, Fort Worth Haws, Russell Morse, Fort Worth Hayes, Dorothy Raye, Longview Page 673 Haynes, Mary V., Fort Worth Head, Thomas Edgar, Lubbock Healey, Gordon Bruce, Port Arthur Heaps, Harriet Virginia, Bellaire Heath, Claude Robert, Deer Park Heintz, Nicholas Wayne, North Little Rock, Ark. Henderson, Patricia Alice, El Campo Henneberger, Kathy Rather, Austin Hennessey, Carolyn Ann, San Antonio Henry, Charles Robert Jr., Dallas Henry, George Warren jr., San Antonio Henson, Louis Albert, Odessa Hernandez, Blanca, Del Rio Hess, Barbara Sue, Houston Hesser, Henry Harvey, Corpus Christi Hewell, Jerry Johnston, Nixon Hibbetts, James Cooper, Amarillo Hickey, Steven Ryan, Abilene Hickman, Melodye Jeanne, Austin Hicks, Max Renea, Denison Higdon, Albert Dain, San Antonio Hill, Eva Jane, Temple Hilty, Dee Lane, San Antonio Hindman, James William III, Houston Hinton, Paulette Loraine, Skellytown Hirsch, Elsa Rae, Houston Hirsch, Richard Rebel, Cleburne Hitchcock, Nancy Elizabeth, Duncanville Hix, William Justus, Gatesville Hodges, David Lee, Dallas Hoehn, Sheila Jeanne, Nocona Hoffer, Lewis Perry, Beaumont Hoffman, Charles Edward Jr., Beaumont Holdeman, Margaret Ann, Texas City Holder, Arthur Donnes, Corpus Christi Holland, Leisa, Houston Holland, Stephen Roper, Corpus Christi Hollar, Richard Allen, Seal Beach, Cal. Hollis, Randall Howard, Port Neches Holmes, Kathy Jo, Corpus Christi Holt, Randall Arthur, League City Hoon, Allen Russell, Austin Hooper, David Crittenden, Lubbock SOPHOMORES I IX -V n J ' ' tiki fa A Hooser, Gregory Drew, Austin Hornsby, Helen Marie, Beaumont Horowitz, Jerry K., Corpus Christi Houdyshell, Ronald Guy, Amarillo Hough, Leonard Elijah, Dallas Houston, Stephen Douglas, Austin Hoverstock, Sue Ann, Houston Howard, Roddy Melvin, Houston Howard, Sharon Gwyn, San Antonio Howard, William Porter, Gainesville Howe, Harris Milton, Houston Howe, Maureen, Austin Howell, Helen Patricia, Austin Howell, John Baker Jr., Shreveport, La. Hudler, Charlotte Marie, Austin Hudlow, Jon Peyton, Breckenridge Huffaker, Glenda Beth, McCamey Hughes, Howard David, Somerville Hull, Ralph Thomas, Houston Humphrey, Virginia Lee, Dallas Hunt, Howard Alan, Anson Hunt, Robin G., Austin Hunter, Sandra Kathleen, Galveston Hurst, Martha Ellen, Fredericksburg Hurwitz, Leslie Cee, Longview Hutcheson, Jim Bob, Weatherford Hutchins, Linda Ann, Fort Worth Hutto, Patricia Kay, San Antonio Hyman, Sherry Lynn, San Antonio Ikins, Linda Sue, Kent Incrapera, Frank L., Houston Irvin, Alton Larry, Abilene Ivy, Lesley Gayle, Dallas Jackson, Mary Ann, Paris Jackson, Stephanie Gail, Austin Jacobs, Patricia Gail, Beaumont Jacques, Elisabeth Page, Victoria Jaeggli, Barbara Jane, Floresville Jamail, Carolyn Marie, San Antonio James, Dianna Margaret, Bellaire James, Donna Jo, Richardson James, Stephen Nelson, Houston Jamison, Sandra Kenan, Lampasas Page 674 ., Jenkins, Mark Schering, Houston Jennings, Susan Willson, Fort Worth Jentsch, Dorothy Mae, New Braunfels Jessup, Jacque Jean, Waco Jimenez, Ralph Luz, Baytown Johnson, Carl Axel Jr., Austin Johnson, Carletta Jo, Pampa Johnson, Deborah Jean, Dallas Johnson, Donald Vivian, Orange Johnson, Jacquelyn Rowena, Austin Johnson, Joan Carol, San Antonio Johnson, Judy Jo, Mount Pleasant Johnson, Margaret Gail, Tyler Johnson, Ran ' dy Luann, Austin Johnston, John M., Knoxville, Tenn. Jones, Anne Nelson, Shreveport, La. Jones, Claudia Leigh, Dallas Jones, David Charlton, Houston Jones, Gregory Lynn, Austin Joplin, Joe Mitchell, McKinney Jordan, Katherine Inga, Garland Joseph, Philip Cater, Austin Jung, Marvin A. Jr., New Braunfels Kaplan, Vicki Beth, Dallas Karotkin, Kenneth Mark, Austin Karr, Karolyn, Scarsdale, N. Y. Karrh, Larry Rayburn, Hale Center Kasparek, Phillip Dale, Pasadena Kassel, Joanne Patricia, Richardson Kates, Mary Linda, Houston Kaths, Patricia Ann, Dallas Kaufman, Alfred Lee, Beaumont Keathley, Frank Maben Jr., Dallas Keenan, Christopher Donnelly, Houston Keeney, William Ellwood Jr., Lubbock Keevil, Molly, Houston Keith, Roy Lee Jr., Temple Kelley, Helen Carole, Houston Kemp, Jimmy Fred, Arlington Kennedy, Dan Harding, Hempstead Kesselus, Kenneth William, Bastrop Kessler, Kenneth Ross, Mineral Wells Kidd, Johnny Maurice, Austin CLASS OF 1969 Kiker, David Barton, Amarillo King, Carl William, Houston King, Clyde Clifton Jr., Houston King, David Hammond, Dallas King, Gloria Leslie, Tyler King, John Michael, Ballinger Kinsel, Joe Bob Jr., Beaumont Kinsman, Carol Ann, Houston Kirk, David Dean, Gorman Kirk, Glenda Kay, Garland Kiser, Kloyece Lynn, Abilene Klein, Mark Stephen, Overland Park, Kans. Knapp, Dorinda Karen, Austin Knight, Craig Allen, Houston Knize, Jo Nell, Ennis Roger, Fred Owen III, Dallas Kohlman, Linda Ann, Beaumont Kolb, Cynthia Jane, La Marque Koontz, Janet Harlene, Port Arthur Kosh, Thomas Albin, Hempstead Kouri, Cynthia Ann, Austin Kovar, Clement Jerry II, Baytown Kownslar, Lawrence Gene, Sweeny Kriegel, Kay Lynn, Houston Krogerus, Marilyn Joy, Dallas Kruger, Susan Edalene, Fort Worth Kuhleman, Frances Patricia, Houston Kunze, Betty Louise, Corpus,Christi Kutzschbach, George F., Bryan Labovitz, Joan Harrise, Fort Worth LaMar, Paul Stephen, San Antonio Lamberth, Larry Eugene, Irving Land, Alice Jean, Raymondville Lane, Hannah Steere, Houston Lane, Robert Larry, Leander Langdon, William Lester, Port Arthur Lanham, Crystal Waynel, Borger Lanier, Beverly Ann, Fort Worth Large, Peggy Louise, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio Laughlin, John Stephen, Eagle Lake Laves, Bruce B., Tyler Lawhon, Michael Lee, Baytown Lawson, Arleen Elizabeth, Houston Page 675 Lay, Larry Wallace, Austin Leahy, Delia Ann, Fort Worth Leake, Earnest Crawford II, Austin Leake, Linda Kay, Slidell, La. Learned, Barbara Katherine, Houston Leasure, Peggy Ellen, Houston Ledbetter, Nancy Boone, Dallas Lederer, George William Jr., San Antonio Lee, Daniel Warnell Jr., San Antonio Lee, Richard Rochester Jr., Coleman Lee, Rita Elaine, Three Rivers Lee, Robert Thomas, San Antonio Lefton, David, San Antonio Lehman, Nancy Elizabeth, Weslaco Lehmberg, Gary Virgil, Houston Lehmberg, Laura Lee, Mason Leinert, Roger Carl, Houston Lenzini, Tommy Joe, Ranger Levin, Barbara Lynn, Salinas, Cal. Levin, Susan Jean, Joliet, 111. Levy, Jerry Alan, Dallas Lewis, Linda Jane, Waco Lewis, Nancy Helen, Houston Lindemann, Richard Curtis, Dallas Lipscomb, Betty Claire, Houston Littlefield, Edgar Bernard III, Munday Long, Larry Lester, Houston Long, Lewis William, Dallas Loper, Argus Craig, Austin Lothmann, Karl Treloar, Houston Lovece, Josephine Ann, San Antonio Lovell, James Lloyd, Austin Lunin, Maun Patricia, Houston Lybrand, Jack Rufus, Wills Point Mackenzie, Jennie, Dallas MacMaster, Livie Andrea, Dallas Magruder, Lawson William III, Hampton, Va. Mainer, Michael Jacks, Bryan Majors, Gene, Athens Malernee, James Kent Jr., Calgary, Canada Malmgren, Phoebe Ann, Port Arthur Malouf, Dennis Eblen, Dallas Maloy, Patrick Shields, Wichita Falls SOPHOMORES ffr ' W f Ccr la A A Manley, Walker D. Jr., Palestine Manson, George Lee, Gonzales Margo, Alfonso Eduardo, Rio Grande City Marks, Sandra, Houston Marmion, Linda Jeanne, Houston Marmion, Ruth Ann, San Antonio Martin, Richard Gordon Jr., Houston Martinez, Fred III, Rotan Martinez, Sandra Ortiz, Ozona Martinez, Yvonne Ortiz, Ozona Mason, William Franklin, Newgulf Massingill, Joyce Marita, Munday Massman, Marilyn Kay, Corpus Christ! Masterson, Thomas Charles, Dallas Mathews, Donna Margaret, Austin Matney, Claud Edmond, Austin Matthews, Dale Valdon, Dalhart Matthys, Mary Gail, Austin Mauk, Georgeann, Houston Maus, Yvette Louise, Austin May, Henry Stratford Jr., Denver City Mayfield, Robert Usher, Cleburne Mays, Cheryl Ann, Austin Mayton, Harvey Lee, Austin McClintock, Mary Ann, La Porte McClure, Michael James, Dallas McCoy, Lynda Gale, Marshall McCoy, Sharron Kaye, Dallas McCracken, Standlee Clarence, Cisco McCulley, Donna Jane, Houston McDowell, Dave, Albrook AFB, Canal Zone McGehee, Nancy Kay, Dallas McGill, Carolyn Gene, San Antonio McGrath, William Holliday, Liberty McGuffey, Henry Clay, La Marque McGuffin, Alice Kathryn, Austin McGuire, Claire DeMorse, Dallas Mcllvain, Rose Ann, Pottsboro Mclntosh, Henry Fuller, Dalhart McKenna, Marie Huguenin, Galveston McKenie, Robert Larry, Alvin McKinnon, Stephen Gillis, Houston McKinzie, Kenneth Wayne, Midland Page 676 9 m 4,A A -J t , ' . Jbtfi C McKinzie, Lenneth James, Midland McKnight, Sandra Lea, Paris McKnight, Thomas Nelson Jr., Houston McLean, Linda Jo, Houston McLeland, Dan Howard, Fort Worth McMahon, Bettye Gaye, Baytown McMeans, Seth Alan, Brenham McMillan, Kathryn Ann, Junction McMurry, Frann Kay, Sabinal McNeel, Linea Ann, Galveston McNew, Jim Jeb, Fort Worth McQueen, Marilyn Dee, Houston McWatters, Michael Russell, Piltsburg McWilliams, Dennis Oran, New Braunfels Mederios, Pamela Ann, San Antonio Meehan, Helene Ruth, Fort Worth Meeks, Paula Dale, San Antonio Meismer, M. Christine, Columbus Menzies, Tyra Jan, Austin Mercier, George Timothy, Houston Meriwether, Judy Ann, Austin Merriman, Marian Edith, Houston Merritt, Nancy Lynn, Denton Meyer, Monica, Fort Riley, Kans. Meyer, Richard Wayne, Schulenburg Michaelsen, Susan Delayne, Houston Middleton, Gordon Waldon Jr., San Antonio Miksovsky, Peggy Ann, Angleton Miller, Barry LeNeil, Austin Miller, John Daniel, Houston Miller, Judith Catherine, Cooper Miller, Lynn, Corpus Christi Miller, Margaret Anne, Midland Miller, Peggy Jean, La Grange Miller, Ralph Irad, Dallas Millican, John Michael, Arlington Mills, Roy Lee Jr., Ennis Milne, Robert A. Jr., Houston Milosevich, Nick John, Galveston Milstead, Margie Lynn. Edna Minis, Donald Brook. Dallas Miska, Lawrence Conrad, Wharton Mitchell, Andrea Lou, Playa Del Rey, CaL CLASS OF 1969 Mitchell, John Winship, San Augustine Mitchell, Phillip Lee, Corsicana Molak, Patrick Stephen, San Antonio Moller, David Nelson, Fort Worth Monroe, Marsha Frances, Austin Moody, Pamella Suzanne. Pasadena Moon, Kathleen Ann, Randolph AFB Moore, Curtis Ray, Greenville Moore, David Murray, San Antonio Moore, Michael McCroskey, Wharton Moore, Ronald Lee, Houston Moore, Susan Elizabeth, Austin Morales-Webster, Charles, Houston Moran, Antonia Sue, Richardson Moran, Michael John, Wichita Falls Morford, Robert William, Abilene Morgan, Martha Jo, Raymondville Morgan, Mary Anne, Bay City Morgan, Shirley Patricia, Three Rivers Morgenroth, Marvin Lynn, San Antonio Moriarty, Linda Rae, Dallas Morphew, Randall Steen Jr., Longview Morran, Donald Wayne, Seagoville Morrill, Sallie Cherry, Beeville Morris, Anna Jane, Abilene Morris, Marilyn Gayle, Olmsted AFB, Pa. Morris, Marion Lynn, Houston Morris, William Browder Jr., Corpus Christi Motloch, John Lee, Austin Mott, Charles James, South Harpswell, Me. Moyer, Lynne Ashley, Bellaire Muns, Ronald James, Odessa Murchison, Martha Ann. Corsicana Murrah, Macka Lee. Diboll Murray, Mark Davis, Weatherford Murrell, Marshall Troy, Sterling City Myers, John Marcus, Cuero Naistat, Richard Jonathan, Nacogdoches Nau, Nannette Muriel, Austin Naumann, Milton Leroy, San Antonio Neal, Jimmie Lee, Austin Needham, Janet Deborah, Dallas Neeley, Orville Bateman II, Houston Page 677 Neely, Carol Lynn, Midland Nelson, Charlotte Elizabeth, Round Rock Nester, Sally, Canyon Newburn, Carolyn Lou, Tyler Newby, Robert Wayne, Corpus Christi Newcomb, Linda Louise, Houston Nichols, Anne Millard, Dallas Nichols, James Aubry Jr., Ennis Nichols, John David, Lindenhurst, N. Y. Nichols, Steven Prescott, Dallas Nicholson, Glen Timothy, Denison Nixon, Nancy Annette, Dallas Noe, Gary Wayne, Austin Noel, James Edwin Jr., Carrollton Novit, Shirli Rose, Dallas Novorr, Kenneth Bruce, Prairie Village, Kans. Oakley, Cherri Lynn, Texas City O ' Brien, Thomas Wicker, Austin O ' Donnell, William Charles Jr., Beaumont O ' Hara, Thomas Clifton, Fort Worth Oliver, Cecil Omar, Timpson Oliver, David Moseley, Corpus Christi Olson, Carl Rushing, San Antonio Olson, Dennis Oliver, Lamesa O ' Neal, Karen Suzann, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Cal. Oppermann, Henry Charles III, Galveston Ormand, James Freeman, Odessa Owen, Cynthia Jean, Houston Owens, Sharon Ann, Orange Page, Terry L., Grayslake, 111. Panzarella, Carl Joseph, Humble Pappas, Christopher James, Houston Parish, Judith Craig, Weslaco. Park, Sally, Austin Parker, James Francis, Corpus Christi Parker, Joseph Carleton, Houston Parkhurst, Margaret Rose, Randolph AFB Parkhurst, Mary Katherine, Orange Farmer, Karen Lynn, Lometa Patterson, Janette, Austin Patten, Angela Beth, Cedar Hill Payne, Ardath Ann, Quanah Payne, Edwin Medley, Weslaco Ay ' ih SOPHOMORES Payne, Patricia Elizabeth, Houston Peck, John David, Houston Pederson, Rene Marie, San Angelo Pedro, William Henry, Big Spring Peet, Charles Edward Jr., Dallas Pence, Lucy Ellen, Fort Worth Fender, John Teal Jr., Dallas Pendleton, Elizabeth Ann, Austin Penick, David Lee, Corpus Christi Penn, John Michael, Dallas Penney, Forrest Edward Jr., Daingerfield Pepitone, James Scott, Randolph AFB Perkins, Barbara Ann, Silsbee Perkins, Carol Jean, San Antonio Perkins, Georganne Maurie, The Hague, Holland Perkins, Johnny Robin, Garland Perkins, Martha L. M., Forth Worth Perry, Sharon Irene, Dallas Perry, William Douglas, Longview Peterson, Jonnie Kim, Austin Phair, Milton Whiteside Jr., Houston Pharr, John Robert Jr., Waco Phelps, Robert Randall, Houston Pickens, Camille, Greenville Place, Deborah Ann, Mineral Wells Platte, Bonnie Lee, Galveston Ploeger, Judy Lynne, Houston Poerschke, Randall Scott, Houston Poland, Jim Wesley, Houston Ponder, Richard Earl, Cameron Posner, Sanders Lee, Corpus Christi Potter, Allan Leslie, Corpus Christi Potter, James Benjamin, Corpus Christi Potter, Olivia Layne, Tyler Potter, Penny Frances, Metairie, La. Pou, Julia Milagros, San Antonio Powell, Pamela Elaine, Houston Pransky, Rosalyn Lee, Galveston Prince, Jo Ann, Laredo Proft, William John Jr., Port Arthur Prudhomme, Lenore Margaret, Odessa Psencik, Donald Wayne, Temple Pugh, Jennifer Lane, Northridge, Cal. Page 678 Purcell, A. Jane, Wharton Quinn, James Anthony, Baytown Rahon, Marilyn Gaye, Eden Radack, Thomas Andrew, Houston Raffkind, Cheryl Lynn, Amarillo Ragsdale, John Calvin, Austin Ragsdale, Roy Michael, Belton Rain, Thomas Edwin, Houston Raney, James Grant, San Antonio Ransel, Alfred Dennison, Latrobe, Pa. Rasco, Dennis Lamar, Corpus Christi Ratliff, Hilda Ruth, Houston Ray, Mary Anne, Fort Worth Ray, Mary Lou, Corpus Christi Read, Paul Murray Jr., Dallas Reagan, Janet Leigh, San Antonio Redding, Jewel Dee, Austin Reed, Sharon Lizabeth, Monahans Rees, Forest James Jr., Fredericksburg Reeser, John Carl, Temple Rego-Ramirez, Francisco A., Antigua, Guatemala Reiff, John David, Abilene Reimann, Jan Lynn, Austin Renka, Russell David, Austin Renyck, Raymond T., Marshall Reser, Helen Agnes, San Antonio Rettig, Eolus Von Jr., Dallas Reynolds, Carolyn, Hamlin Reynolds, Julie Lee, Austin Reynolds, Marolyn, Hamlin Rhea, John William III, Dallas Ricci, Carol Ann, San Angelo Rice, Ginger Ann, Austin Richardson, Marsha Lynn, Galveston Richardson, William Harold, Fort Worth Richey, Jean Gayle, Houston Rickrim, William Frank, Jourdanton Ricks, Violantha June, La Marque Ridgway, Susan Margaret, Waco Rios, Jon Ronald, Fairfield, Iowa Rioux, Thomas Wayne, El Campo Ripy, Howard Witherspoon, Biloxi, Miss. Roark, William Perry Jr., Wichita Falls CLASS OF 1969 Robb, John William, Electra Roberts, Richard Royston, Austin Robertson, Jimmy Kirk, Odessa Robin, Joel Marc, Dallas Robinson, Diane, Houston Robinson, Mary Ann, Abilene Robinson, Nora Jean, Houston Rodrigo, Maria Teresa, Lima, Peru Rodriguez, Maria Edna, Laredo Rogers, Lynda Gayle, Dallas Rogers, Victor Joe, Beaumont Root, James Barth, Randolph AFB Rosenthal, Ilene Jill, McAllen Rossi, Nina Elizabeth, Beeville Rouse, Leila Frances, Bellaire Rubenstein, Diane Cheryl, Houston Rucker, Randal Thomas, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ruckman, Dale Reed, Houston Rundell, Richard Gregory, Wichita Falls Rust, Charles Belo, Cisco Rutherford, Don Arthur, Lubbock Rutten, Craig Joseph, Houston Ryals, Carolyn Zura, White Deer Ryder, David William, Bellaire Ryland, Lowie Frances, Uvalde Rylander, Fred Anthony Jr., Katy Sadler, Robert Jerry, Port Arthur Sakwitz, Betty Ann, Houston Samuels, Charlotte Ruth, Houston Sanders, Joan Elizabeth, Austin Sanders, Maryann, Houston Sanders, Nancy Carol, Waco Sanders, Nancy Guynn, Lufkin Sanders, William Edward, Jasper Sapp, Joseph Stafford, Conroe Sarasohn, Maureen Gail, Miami, Fla. Saunders, Barbara Ann, Dallas Savoie, Alice Elaine, Bedford Sawyer, Diane Louise, Dallas Scarborough, Steven Lee, Austin Schapira, Jay Neil, McAllen Scherz, Elizabeth Ann, San Angelo Schmidt, Carol Jean, Fredericksburg Page 679 Schmidt, Thomas Edward, Fredericksburg Schneckner, Kathleen Elaine, Riesel Schneider, Howard Herbert Jr., New Braunfels Schnell, Terry Wayne, Shaker Heights, Ohio Schoenemann, Louis Presly Jr., Katy Schraub, Marsha Ann, Galveston Schuehle, Hunter, Hondo Schultz, Carl Ted, Houston Schulz, Linda Kay, Houston Schulze, Leonard Gene, Schulenburg Schulze, Randolph Vance, Wells Schwake, Pam, Temple Scoggin, Janet Lou, Lubbock Scott, Anita Jean, Vernon Scott, Donna Sue, Houston Scott, Ronald Lee, Katy Scott, Rose Lynn, Fort Worth Scott, Summer, El Paso Scott, Susan Sayers, Lufkin Seaholm, Robert Harrell, Austin Seaman, John Gates Jr., Corpus Christi Sears, Jane Dawson, Houston Selke, Charles Richard, Houston Sellards, Linda Lee, Normal, 111. Sellingsloh, Martha Lynne, Austin Serjak, Gordon Phillip, Tyler Setliff, Sanford Ray, Robstown Sewell, John Charles, Dallas Shane, Charlote Jan, Stinnett Shannon, Lloyd Kelly, Houston Sharpless, Jerry L., Groves Sharpless, Larry E., Groves Shaw, James Thomas, Devine Shelton, Karl Warren Jr., San Angelo Shelton, Thomas Lee, Houston Sheppard, Lorna Jeanne, Clarksville Shivers, Marialice Sue, Austin Siegel, Bryan Jerald, Houston Sikes, Lester Earle, Nixon Simpson, Freddy Gene, Seminole Simpson, Linda Joyce, Dallas Sims, John Randolph, San Antonio Singleton, William Madison Jr., Pasadena I i i SOPHOMORES Sittel, Jan Nell, Dallas Sjurseth, Sandra Kay, Karnes City Skelton, Bruce Truax, Stamford, Conn. Skelton, Janet Sue, Houston Skinner, David Ray, Gilmer Slaughter, Jo Anne, Woodsboro Slaughter, Sandra, Houston Slaughter, William Wingo, Dallas Slavik, Linda Margaret, San Antonio Sledge, Diana Kate, Austin Sloan, Daisy Mary, Bryan Sloan, Margaret Lacy, Bellaire Slomchinski, Dolores, Refugio Smallwood, Betty, Galena Park Smelker, Lona, Terrell Smith, Christopher Kimble, Weatherford Smith, Grace Margaret, Houston Smith, Judy Gayle, Waco Smith, Kent Edward, Houston Smith, Larry Philip, Austin Smith, Marilyn Celeste, Baytown Smith, Pamela Dawn, Houston Smith, Ronald Eugene, La Marque Smith, Sherry Ann, Alvin Sorenson, Sallye Jane, College Station Sparenberg, Lucile Blake, Austin Speakman, Karen Sue, Abilene Spears, James Burch, Houston Spears, Mary Ann, San Antonio Spence, Holly Sue, Raymondville Spence, Mary Gordon, Brownwood Spencer, Charles C. Jr., Corpus Christi Spikes, Margaret, Corsicana Spillman, Martha Ann, Fort Worth Spinks, Kenneth Clyde, Deer Park Spinosa, Constance Ann, Fort Worth Spitzer, Sidney Stifft, Little Rock, Ark. Standefer, James Brent, Clifton Stanford, Doris Ann, Lorena Stanley, Robert Lamar Jr., Houston Stanley, William Luke, Deer Park Starks, Chad Buford Jr., Dallas Starratt, Virginia Caral, Houston Page 680 Stearns, Lloyd Bernard Jr., Pharr Steed, Susan Ann, Hughes Springs Steeg, James Richard Jr., Houston Stefka, Frank Darryl, Victoria Steinfink, Dan Elliot, Austin Steinheimer, Michael Garrett, Beaumont Steitle, David Charles, San Antonio Stetson, Frances Ellen, Hebhronville Stevens, James Wilson, Angleton Stevens, Pamela Irene, Denison Stewart, DeLena Jean, Dallas Stewart, Jimmie Lee, Austin Stieler, Sandra, Austin Stienke, Linda Ann, Sfonewall Stimson, Sylvia Sue, Austin Stockton, Don Wellington, Wichita Falls Stokes, John Emmett, Houston Stratton, John Rohert, Austin Strauss, Sarah Stone, Ganado Stubbs, Alonzo Joseph, Houston Swaim, Jeton Estelle, Temple Swan, William Bird, Houston Swanson, Kenneth McMurrey, Midland Swartz, Gary Alan, Beaumont Swesnik, Hyla Beth. Dallas Swinney, Brady Parker, Tyler Taaffe, Peter Clyde, Arlington Talley, Elizabeth Ellen, Temple Tapp, Nancy Jo, Baytown Tartt, Sandra Ann, Mason Taylor, Shannon Lynn, San Antonio Teat, Mary Ann, San Antonio Tesch, Robert Eugene, Sheridan Teutsch, John Stovall, Dumas Teverbaugh, Jack Lon, Houston Thames, Willis Wood II, Beaumont Thomas, Herbert Hamilton, Baytown Thomasson, Gary Lee, Richardson Thompson, Bennie Stanley, Katy Thompson, Carole Ann, San Antonio Thompson, James Allen, Texarkana Thompson, Jon Hunter, Austin CLASS OF 1969 Thornton, Bruce Gary, Houston Throckmorton, Terry N., Midland Thumwood, Scott, Houston Tigner, John Hughes III, Danbury Tolk, John David, Amarillo Tracy, Cynthia Ann, San Antonio Trager, Francine Marilyn, Jacksonville, Fla. Trahan, Marilyn, Houston Trant, Sandra Jean, Baytown Traweek, Terry Edwin, Sinton Trent, Douglas Ivan, Kerens Tucker, Bill Mitchell, Baytown Tucker, Lynn, Dallas Turnock, Chet Bra dley, Aledo Underwood, Cynthia Frances, Los Fresnos Upshaw, Larry William, Dallas Uselton, Peggy Williams, Austin Van Deventer, Gary Michael, Houston Van Dusen, Carolyn Sue, Lake Jackson Vater, Jon Leslie, Mason Vaughan, Douglas, Richardson Vaughn, Sharron Lee, Austin Villarreal, Elvia Linda, Edinburg Voelzel, Gustave Walter III, Houston Volkening, Janis Jo, Lake Jackson Vollmer, Phyllis JoAnn, Dallas Volosin, Sharon Lynne, Houston Volz, Nancy Joan, San Antonio Voskamp, Wayne Evan, Rockdale Vykoukal, Marilyn Elizabeth, Sealy Wachsmuth, Thomas Allen, Port Neches Wackerbarth, Jacquelyn, Fort Worth Wade, Richard Louis, .Mundelein, 111. Wadsworth, Richard Reid II, Irving Waldman, Marcia Lee, Dallas Wall, Sheila, Houston Wallace, George Robert, Evanston, Wyo. Wallace, Lana Jo, Kaufman Wallace, Sharon Kay, Austin Walsh, James David, Dallas Walters, Marvin Jr., Liberty Walthall, Martha Jane, Tyler Page 681 Waltzer, Barbara Nan, Dallas Wambold, Deborah Ann, Houston Ward, Charles Edward, Austin Washburn, James Jay, Junction City, Kans. Washington, Carl Chandler, Houston Washington, Douglas L, Fairfield Waters, Sheila Dawn, Dallas Watkins, Gary Lynn, Odessa Watkins, Norma Scott, San Benito Watson, Charles Richard, El Paso Watson, Glenda Kay, Austin Watson, Joseph Presley III, Houston Watt, Gary Wayne, Austin Weatherly, Kathy Darrelean, Austin Weaver, Jan Addeen, Kerrville Weaver, Nancy Eugenia, De Leon Weeks, Marilyn Kay, Port Arthur Wehmeyer, Robert Erie Jr., Mathis Weilbacher, Sarah Josephine, San Antonio Weiner, Barry Michael, San Antonio Wellen, Constance Ann, Houston Wells, David Michael, Dallas Wendlandt, Jimmie Sue, Austin Wertheimer, Sue Ann, Dallas Westheimer, Robert Louis, St. Louis, Mo. Westmoreland, Susan Elaine, Houston Wheless, Kim Dee, Corpus Christ! Whelton, Joan Marie, Galveston Whichard, Sam, Gulfport, Miss. 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