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m - - w ---,. " .. ' .: ,- ' " .r ' ' ' " m 1972 CACTUS Jan Kathleen Andrews Editor f Alan Harold Levi Associate Editor Julia Lynn McNair Supervisor Kay Hardcastle Assistant Supervisor Published by Texas Student Publications, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas, Volume 79 Contents Student Life Student Government 25 Military 60 Special Interest Organizations 80 Professional Organizations 125 Honorary Organizations 154 Greeks 181 Features Activities 285 Limelight 356 Athletics Varsity-Intramural Sports 385 Academics Administration 433 Classes 456 In Memoriam 541 Index. ..542 Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence p I As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story. teT=3 =3 r REPEAL ' 10 , If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourSGlf. Be Yourself ll i t 13 14 Especially, do not -feign affection. Neither be cynical about love for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, Be gentle with yourself. 16 17 18 You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. 20 or not ' oyou, doubt Iding ldd. With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. from " Desiderata " 22 .S i !(iK i; ' i 23 i fl . " STUDENT GOVERNMENT JACK FUERST Students ' Association Interspersed with his fight for wage-price freeze measures at the University and other well-publi- cized events, Student Government President Bob Binder devoted time to such programs as adequate funding for the Undergraduate Research Project and the Intercooperative Council. Binder, in addition to making appointments to various committees and councils, sought to have wage-price freeze measures extended to cover a hike in the University housing and tuition rates. He was successful in seeing that rates remained the same in married housing units. He also worked to extend voting privileges to 18-year-olds. Kenneth McHam who served as student body vice-president worked on many of the same pro- grams along with Binder. He worked with student- faculty committees, including the University Coun- cil, Advisory Council on Student Affairs, and the Student Living Accommodations Committee. Bob Binder, President Ken McHam, Vice-President 26 Ombudsman The Students ' Attorney ' s office was busy this year with the problems of university students. The attorney, James G. Boyle, handled an average of 200 cases a month this year with the help of two full-time secretaries and 17 part-time law students, most of whom received no salary. From the time the office was created in 1970, it has taken over 3,000 cases of varying types. Only a small percent- age of these cases have required court action. About half of the cases handled have been of the landlord-tenant type while the other half have con- sisted of consumer-protection problems. Hector DeLeon had only one complaint about his position as Student Ombudsman this year. Too few students made use of his office. He said that while more students were using his services this year than last, the number came nowhere near the total that might be helped. Most of the problems the ombudsman handles only require a phone call. Although the office is mainly that of persuasion, it is still effective since the ombudsman has access to the administration and faculty. Of all the people who had come into his office DeLeon said only a few had problems that could not be worked out. Hector DeLeon, Ombudsman Students ' Attorney Students ' Attorney, Jim Boyle 27 FALL STUDENT COURT: Gene Clifford Jarman, John Parker Nelson, Donald White Brodsky, Sharolyn Petty Wood, Joseph Angus Cialone V SPRING STUDENT COURT: Donald D. Chapman. William Lang, Donald White Brodsky, David J. Weaver. Alberto Garcia Since no cases were heard by the Student Court this year, members devoted their efforts to at- tempting to revise and re-work the University ' s Dis- cipline Code. Donald White Brodsky was ap- pointed by Student Government President Bob Bin- der to serve as Chief Justice. ( K " f " V_xOU I I 28 Communication Council 1. Joanne Kaufman 2. Judith Ann Naughton 3. Sarah E. Toppins 4. J. Warthog Watkins 5. F. Edwin Cockrell 6. Maria Kay Munneke 7. Jan Jarboe Reetz 8. Robert Herman Allison 9. Sara Lynn Weidner 10. Suzanne Marie O ' Malley I I. Wayne A. Danielson 12. Joanne Ruhland 13. Armando B. Criel 14. Robert L. Oliver The Communication Council strives for unity among the journalism, speech and radio-television- film divisions of the School of Communication. To achieve this goal, the council initiates projects in- volving faculty, staff, and students of the School of Communication. Communication Council projects included work- ing with the job placement office in the School of Business Administration and disseminating informa- tion to predominantly minority school s through the Minority Student Committee. The major event for the School of Communica- tion was the third annual Communication Week in March. Highlights included prominent speakers, creativity in communication, multi-media shows, and student-faculty productions. Acting as officers for the Communication Coun- cil this year were Joanne Kaufman, president; Ju- dith Ann Naughton, vice-president and treasurer; Sara Lynn Weidner, corresponding secretary; Doris Joanne Ruhland, recording secretary; with Dean Wayne Danielson, advisor; and Forrest Edwin Cockrell, Communication Week Chairman. FRONT ROW: Gary Ray Pinnell. John Lee Cubbison, Marlene Beth Imber, Lucy Ann Dunford. Wayne R. Harrison, Bruce Eli Wolbertte. Clyde Wil- lard Smith. SECOND ROW: Barry Lee Antweil. Don James Rogers, Wil- liam Raymond Gamble, Sanford Lee Gottesman, John Kirlcby Dunlap, Franklin Duane Horak, Alphonse Frank Kubacak, Jonny Jefferson Hepler. THIRD ROW: Larry Dale Pecena, Forrest Ray Walker. Mary Ellen Marnell. Denise Elaine Reneau, William Clinton Forrest, Patrick Roy Kimbell, Brenda Elizabeth Bickett, Richard B. Given, Arnold Lipp. FOURTH ROW: Richard Stanley Carnicom, Michael Ray Newman, Danny Andrew Traylor, Chris Bonwich, Dean Matthew Balch, George C. Thorne, Donald Hewett. ti !o Lucy Dunford presented a gavel to Rick Smith in appreciation of his efforts as president Steelworkers president, I. W. Abel spoke during Business Week. 30 The highlight of the College of Business Adminis- tration Week was an address made by I. W. Abel, president of the Steelworkers ' Union, at a luncheon on March 17. Awards were also presented at the luncheon to the college ' s outstanding students, fac- ulty members, and alumni. During Business Week, the Council sponsored a series of guest lectures and seminars in which busi- nessmen from the community and state talked to students about specific areas of the business world. Other activities of the CBA Council included publishing of the 14 Days, a bi-weekly business newsletter, and attempts to get teacher evalua- tions published, bound, and put in the library for use by students. This year ' s officers included Clyde Willard Smith, president; Bruce Eli Wolbrette, vice-presi- dent; Lucy Ann Dunford, fall secretary; Marlene Beth Imber, spring secretary; Gary Ray Pinnell, treasurer; and Wayne R. Harrison, public relations. CBA Council Franklin Horak, chairman of the Distinguished Alumni Committee, presented an award to Ed R. L Wroe, Jr. 31 FRONT ROW: Nancy Lynne Rosenberg, Pamela Kay Bettell, Kathy Sharon Kahn, Deborah Kay McCall, Georgene Worthington, Susan Joyce Peter, Nancy Ellen Gotham. Laurie Kuper. SECOND ROW: Patricia Anne Mad- dox, Cathy Leigh Bonner, Lisa Ann Alter, Elizabeth Ann Reed, Jane Trigg Dunham, Betty Home Priddy, Patrice Erlene Crumble, Anne Louise Totzke, Mary Elizabeth Koen, John O. Rodgers. to- Education Counci The goal of the Education Council this year was to achieve a greater understanding between stu- dents, faculty, and administration in the College of Education. Through various activities students were encouraged to discuss their problems and sugges- tions with faculty and council members. The Education Council sponsored activities throughout the year in order to inform and help education majors. Activities included a sandwich seminar to help students with interviewing for teaching positions and an Easter party for retarded children at the Austin State School. Other activi- ties included administering teacher evaluation forms, selecting outstanding student teachers, and relaying grievances to the administration. Officers of the council were Jane Trigg Dunham, president; Patricia Anne Maddox, vice-president; Laurie Kuper and Kathy Sharon Kahn, secretaries; and Pamela Kay Bettell, treasurer. John Ormand Rodgers served as faculty advisor. 32 Pharmacy Council The Pharmacy Council, in addition to dealing with various problems in the College of Pharmacy, initiated programs and encouraged increased stu- dent involvement this year. The council worked on the development of a Pharmacy Honor Code and creation of Pharmacy Week. The council also sponsored drug abuse speeches given by pharmacy students in area high schools. Also sponsored were Faculty Firesides and a multi- media show on the subject of birth control in the University Showcase display. Serving as officers for the Pharmacy Council this year were Michael Lynn Perkins, president; Pamela Ann Nutt, vice-president; and Barbara Jane Am- stead, secretary-treasurer. I ir was fi stu- geof Hi " . help for he average Pharmacy major spent most of his time in the laboratory FRONT ROW: Charles A. Walters, Melinda Ann Cecil. Barbara Jane Am- stead, Michael Lynn Perkins. Pamela Ann Nutt, Ronald George Janak. SECOND ROW: Michael Terry Davis, Carlos B. L. Sana. Jeff Carl Pin- nell. Eldon Ray Cagle, William A. McDonald, William J. Sheffield. 33 Engineering Counci " Engineering to serve the needs of Mankind " was the theme of Engineering Week which was ob- served in February by the Student Engineering Council. Arthur W. Busch, regional administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, was the honored speaker at the Engineering Council ' s award convocation on February 24. Receiving Out- standing Engineer awards at the convocation were Thomas Gail Arthur and Robert Courtney Olsen. The qualification for selection for these awards in- cluded high academic achievement and leadership in service to the college and campus. The Engineering Council ' s primary function was to coordinate activities between the various engi- neering departments of the college, professional fraternities, and professional engineering organiza- tions. The council also served as a link between stu- dents and the Dean of the College of Engineering. The Student Engineering Council maintained and operated the Taylor Hall T Room, a student lounge. In addition, the council sponsored social events such as a fall keg party, attended by over 800 students and faculty, and their annual Sweet- heart Dance where Dianne Elizabeth Veatch was crowned as the Engineering Sweetheart. The Student Engineering Council ' s officers this year were Mark Gideon Goode, chairman; Thomas Gail Arthur, vice-chairman; Anthony Wayne Rod, fall secretary; Kenneth Ewing Martin, spring secre- tary; and Robert Courtney Olsen, treasurer. FRONT ROW: Anthony Wayne Rod. Robert Murray Wagner, Mark Gid- eon Goode, Michael Neal Nelson, Joe Ray Harris. SECOND ROW: Glyn David Martin, Joan Bixby Dunham, Joseph Andrew Yura, Fred B. Vogt, William Greenlees, Margaret Anne Hildebrand. David I.eland Rhode. THIRD ROW: Emmerick Joe Pavlas, John H. Durfor, Kenneth Ewing Mar- tin, Frank LeRoy Grossman. Richard D. Potter, Robert B. Warnecke. Randy Acock. Thomas Boyd Nash. Jess Adelbert McAngus. FOURTH ROW: John Paul Zaniewski, Don Philip Holmes, Stephen Craig Walls, Thomas Wayne Rioux. William Payne Bullock Jim Anderson Doty, Peter Machotka. Terence Perick Timmons. 34 ma Engineering Sweetheart, Dianne Elizabeth Veatch Arthur W. Busch spoke at the engineering awards convocation in February. fel. ' Thomas Gail Arthur, Outstanding Student Engineer ' Robert Courtney Olsen, Outstanding Student Engineer 35 Interfraternity Council Throughout the year, the Interfraternity Council united member fraternities, helping them to effec- tively serve the University and Austin. Each individ- ual fraternity informally selects the members of the Interfraternity Council, which serves as the formal organizational structure of its member fraternities. This year the council sponsored Round Up ' 72 (April 10-15) with assistance from the fraternities and sororities. This was the first year IFC spon- sored Round Up, which included a marathon dance, carnival and the traditional parade. The council also worked to serve Austin by coaching the Pan American Football League, a part of the Pan American Recreation Program, which serves the underprivileged boys of East Austin. Serving as Interfraternity Council officers this year were, Alan Townes Moore, president; Clay McLean Hunt, vice-president; Terry Wayne Farrar, treasurer; and Hugh M. Cunningham, secretary. V ! - Al G. Holcomb Frank M. Jackson AXA Blair G. Mercer ATO Edward H. Sauer AY Jo Michael league HKA David D. Anders TKE 36 Emily F. Anderson FIB Deborah A. Eads AAR Deborah C. Grim AZ Dorothy J. Loras Lacey A. Parkinson AAA Lmda B. Warren A Panhellenic Counci The Panhellenic Council is the governing body for all National Panhellenic Conference sorority chapters at the University. Two delegates are cho- sen by each chapter for two year terms, one rotat- ing off the council each year. Panhellenic organizes rush week each fall for the recruitment of new members of the nineteen various sororities. The Panhellenic Council participated in various projects within the Austin community. All nineteen sororities gave Christmas parties for underprivi- leged children. A sorority referral service was initi- ated in conjunction with the Student Health Cen- ter to offer counseling and referral to sorority members about emotional and physical problems. Members participated in collection of money for the Vernon Holt Family Kidney Fund on campus. Officers of the council were Cynthia Lee Wylie, president; Mary Jo Beeson, vice-president; Debo- rah Dawn Haines, treasurer; and Deborah Carol Gruss, secretary. Jan Schollenberger AAA Carolyn 6. Spears xo Gwendolyn F. Wilson AKA 37 COORDINATORS: Robert Leo Raminski, Amos Peters, Nelson F. Dolfuss, Deborah Ann Ploch, Charles R. Porter, William West. Unlike the past few years, Round-Up was a success for University students in 1972. The tradi- tional Sing-Song, carnival and parade received excellent response, while new events, a dance marathon sponsored by the Silver Spurs and a bi- cycle race, were most popular. Round-Up week activities opened with a torch relay from Mt. Bonnell to the University campus. Activities during the week included street dances, parties, Sing-Song, a West Mall carnival, bicycle races and a 48-hour dance marathon at Gregory Gym. Over $15,000 was raised for the March of Dimes during the marathon. The traditional Round-Up parade wound along Congress Avenue, ending the week ' s activities. The Interfraternity Council sponsored Round- Up activities this year. Round-Up Round-Up was revitalized with a parade featuring floats. 38 Lori Rodriguez and Bob Binder entered the Silver Spur Dance Marathon. The Barbeque sponsored by the Cowboys helped raise funds during Round-Up. Greeks entertained with a sing-song at Municipal Auditorium. Orientation Advisors 5 a The orientation program at the University helps incoming students become familiar with the many different aspects of campus life. The program is made possible by a group of stu- dent orientation advisors, who are selected by a dual interview process at the start of the spring semester. After their selection, each new advisor participates in an eight-week training program to prepare them for their various duties. During the summer orientation program, the ad- visors serve as floor counselors and academic pre- advisors for the new students. During the academic year, the same advisors participate in a variety of programs sponsored by the orientation office, such as tutoring, peer coun- seling, high school visitation programs, high school counselor workshops, and transfer student orienta- tion programs. The Student Committee on Orientation Proce- dures (SCOOP) is a group of students selected from the group of advisors to work with the orien- tation staff in planning the various programs throughout the year. They also assist in selection and training of new advisors. Serving on the orientation staff this year were Margaret Barr, assistant dean of students and di- rector of orientation; Richard Alan Nicholas, coor- dinator of orientation; and Michael Ralph Bisesi, student assistant. 1. Virginia C. Guess 2. James R. Watson 3. Deborah A. Rail 4. Saba J. Balagia 5. Timothy W. Dickey 6. Margaret A. Garner 7. Morgan F. Burton 8. Pamela D. Mayo 9. Harold H. Goldsmith 10. Cloteal L Davis I I. Nancy C. Lee 12. Augustus W. Arnold 13. Janet Rosenbaum 14. Charles M. Raymond 15. Barbara D. Lau 16. Rosalynn L. Rosenfeld 17. Andrea M. Sidor 18. Paula J. Nelson 19. Bobby L. Boldt 20. Edward L. Nail 21. Deleyne L. White 22. Shawn R. Casey 23. Susan J. Walstad 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. Thomas W. Gornick John R. Marietta Paul J. Van Osselaer Glen D. Hall Shellie K. Burton Margaret M. Flanagan Aaron K. Ludeke Kathi S. Buchanan Lonnie D. Blackburn Christopher A. Lin Ronnie R. Volkening Lewis T. LeClair Laura B. Latta Michael Klaveness Edward S. Guleke Dave B. Mead David R. Stevenson Michael R. Bisesi John W. Jones Kevin J. Boyle Therese T. Kreig Linda S. Ferine Margaret J. Barr 40 Texas Today and Tomorrow Texas Today and Tomorrow this year celebrated its tenth anniversary at the University and contin- ued with its established programs. One of these programs, Perspective, provided students with an opportunity for open communication concerning various aspects of the University. These programs helped students to understand campus issues and policies which affect them. The various committees sponsored lectures, de- bates, and discussion groups throughout the year. One of the discussion groups included a student session with University President Stephen Spurr concerning the University ' s future policies. Another group met with Vice-President for Student Affairs Ronald M. Brown and Dean of Students James P. Duncan and discussed the University ' s financial sta- tus. There was also a coffee with Cliff Drummond, president of the 1967 student body, along with committee members and student guests. The program is sponsored for educating and in- forming the students of today so they will be inter- ested and participating alumni of tomorrow. II ! to ADVISORY COMMITTEE William T. Belt Fred P. Ellison Shirley B. Perry SYSTEM ADVISOR B. J. Holland NEWS AND INFORMATION ADVISOR Amy J. Long TTT STEERING COMMITTEE Suzanne E. Kemp, chairman Catherine A. Cox David A. Dillard Robert C. Emmott Frank C. Flemming Martha A. Hill Stephanie Jennings John Longworthy Lewis T. LeClair Robert L. Oliver Fitzhugh C. Pannill Carolyn V. Perkins Susan E. Riskind James R. Seeman Kristina A. Smith John Thomas _ Texas Union The Texas Union is the center of student life at the University. As the University ' s hub of activity, the Union blends a building full of facilities and services with a comprehensive and diverse program of intellectual, cultural, and social interests. The Texas Union is where students, faculty, alumni, and staff can meet for entertainment, rec- reation and relaxation, information and stimulation, self-expression and self-development. The Union is where they can share a meal, meeting, film, lec- ture, debate, concert, or discussion. The Union is where you can work in crafts, bowl a game, rent a locker, see a play, join a group, and visit a friend. It is the place where students can fuse formal classes and informal experiences, where they can :ome to know others and themselves. The Texas Union is an opportunity, a chance, and a means of exploring. The Union is for educat- ing, for participating, and for creating. The Union is a significant contribution to the University ' s learning-living environment. fJJ-QaV- -iss-Btt l |$$ wV MH ' - Texas Union Director Jack Steele O ' Ads for almost any item could be found on the first floor Union bulletin board The Union bowling facilities provided inexpensive entertainment for ID holders. 42 Union Board As the highest body in the structure of the Texas Union, the Board of Directors is responsible for the overall program of the Union, its personnel, the dining services, and the Union ' s annual $1,750,000 budget. Reporting directly to the office of the University president, the board is the essential pol- icy-making body of the Union and is concerned with keeping programs and services responsive to st udents ' needs and desires. With a student major- ity of six members and three faculty members, the board is one of the most significant ways in which students can have viable input into the University decision-making process. Under the leadership of Chairman James Rich- ard Seeman, the board sought to initiate construc- tion of Texas Union East to be located on San Ja- cinto and 24th streets which was stopped by a leg- islative technicality, and promoted the idea of a Union facility at Lake Austin on the University ' s Boat Town property. As a significant step, the board requested per- mission from the UT president to apply for a li- cense for the sale of beer and wine in Le Potpourri and the Student-Faculty-Staff Dining Room. Peter J. Noonan, Shirley Bird Perry, Laurence K. Harmon. - SEATED: Robert Thomas Binder, Frances Fallen Fuller. James Richard Seeman. STANDING: James R. Roach, Gary Michael Polland, Charles T. Clark. 43 Union Committees The Afro-American Culture Committee is re- sponsible for the supervision of programs in the in- terest of black culture. It encourages a wide vari- ety of viewpoints and philosophies of the Afro- American culture. The committee also sponsors an Afro-American room located in the Union Building which serves as an area for discussion. Committee membership is open to all students. This year the program included speakers ranging from radical to conservative. The committee provided an orienta- tion for black freshmen as well as a session on the black experience in Vietnam as seen by black sol- diers. The committee also sponsored dances with " Soul Music " and an exhibit of photography de- picting life in Black America. The Coffee House Committee assures that high quality professional talent performs in the Texas Union ' s coffee house, Le Potpourri. The commit- tee is responsible for planning the entertainment program and making arrangements for publicity, general admission, and tickets. This year the pro- gram included National Circuit performers, Chris Crosby and Michael Meade. On weekends the cof- fee house presented local acts. The committee also sponsored an outdoor concert featuring the rock group Rat Creek. Providing a variety of entertainment for the Uni- versity community is the purpose of the Texas Un- ion ' s Entertainment Committee. The committee presented a full spectrum of entertainment includ- ing such activities as bridge lessons, hot dog roasts, and after game dances in the Union Main Ballroom. The committee featured an open rock concert on the main mall for the second year. A hula hoop contest and I950 ' s music on the Chuck Wagon juke box were enjoyed this fall. Swinging to the heavy beat of The James Gang or caught among the waves of the Jesus movement by Jesus Christ Superstar the Cultural Entertain- ment Committee had something to offer for every- one this year. Sponsored by blanket tax funds, the committee presented a rewarding season by fea- turing popular acts. The committee offered Univer- sity students such talent as the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Oscar award winner Henry Mancini. The program featured artists in classical, semi-classical, and popular fields. One activity during Union Week was a weiner roast. 44 The Union sponsored a wine tasting class F roast. Lawrence Ferlinghetti author of Coney Island oi the Mind, spoke in November. Each week the Union Art Gallery has on exhibit work of both famous and promising artists. It is the duty of the Fine Arts Committee to sponsor artists in the Union Gallery. The main objective of the committee is to present a complete view of current trends in the area of Fine Arts. This aim was ac- complished with the presentation of works by Jo- seph Cain, Vicente Rodriguez, Bob White, and oth- ers. The committee provided lectures and discus- sions in all areas of fine arts. Each week, numerous films are shown on campus for the pleasure of students. The responsibility of organizing and planning a complete program of film entertainment belongs to the Film Commit- tee. This year, the committee presented such films as " Caine Mutiny, " " Anne of the 1,000 Days, " and " M.A.S.H. " Besides individual films, the committee made available many Film Festivals of talented di- rectors and writers. During the spring, the commit- tee presented five first-run films which included " Confession, " and " The Great White Hope. " Challenge " 72 focused on music and the music industry. Entitled " Celebration of Music, " Chal- lenge ' 72 began in February with a multi-media presentation produced by Joseph Kruppa. George T. Simon, executive director of the Grammy-award- ing National Academy of Recording Arts and Sci- ences, spoke to the Challenge audience about the Big Band Era. His presentation included a slide show with music and comments. D. A. Pennybaker, film maker of " Monterey Pop " and " Don ' t Look Back, " showed his film, " Sweet Toronto " to the Challenge audience. Bill Graham, owner-producer of the now defunct Fillmores East and West, was the keynote speaker at the Armadillo World Headquarters. His ques- tion and answer session with the audience was fol- lowed by a short concert. A concert was held at Armadillo World Head- quarters presenting Texas area talent. The Genesis Committee, with assistance from students and faculty members from various aca- demic areas, plans and produces seminars, symposi- ums, and discussions on relevant interdisciplinary themes. The committee encourages wide participa- tion in these programs. Among topics and issues dealt with this year were professors and their courses, the law, police, the campus, and drugs. William F. Buckley spoke to a capacity crowd in the Union Main Ballroom. 45 . Union Committees The programs presented by the Ideas and Issues Committee give University students an opportunity to voice their views and hear those of others. Dis- cussion this year centered around issues such as the U.S. Red Scare of the 50 ' s, impressions of Cuba, and the 90-day wage-price freeze. The Speakers Committee is responsible for pres- enting a program of distinguished speakers on a range of topics representing diverse viewpoints and philosophies. In addition to hosting and select- ing the speakers, the committee plans and publi- cizes related events. A few of the speakers this year were William F. Buckley, Reis Lopez Tijerina, Dave Dellinger, and Ralph Nader. Programs sponsored by the Leadership Commit- tee are designed to promote a higher quality of student leadership at the University. Special human relations laboratories and leadership seminars were offered by the committee to increase communica- tion between students and administration and to facilitate leadership-group development. The Union offered various types of classes: ABOVE: Auto repair class. BELOW: Guitar class. Bob Binder and Stephen Spurr debated University problems in the Union courtyard. 46 The Student-Faculty Committee sponsors Faculty Firesides, departmental receptions, special coffees, and similar events to give students and faculty members a chance to become acquainted in an in- formal situation. This year, a Christmas party for Union employees and a Community-University re- treat were a few of the many programs sponsored by the committee. The International Affairs Committee is con- cerned primarily with presenting programs focused on international issues and problems. Several sym- posiums were set up by the committee for the pur- pose of a more intense study of world develop- ments. Sponsored this year were programs on Rus- sia, rural development in India, the Pentagon Pa- pers, and the Chinese students ' picnic. David Harris gave a lecture in the Union ballroom Chuck Berry was sponsored by the CbC Committee 47 Texas Union Executive Council The Union Executive Council, under the leader- ship of President Gary Michael Polland, had an eventful year. After the council was selected last spring, they participated in interviews and selec- tion of Union Committee Chairman. During the year, the council was responsible for the evaluation of the Union Program, administra- tion and coordination of the special programs area, and the planning of over-all Union programs, workshops, and committee member interviews. Serving on the Executive council this year with Polland, as officers were Peggy Joy Pilas, vice-pres- ident; and Marcella Mitchell, secretary. 1 . Sherrita D. Lee 8. 2. Patrick L. Cook 9. 3. Shawn R. Casey 10. 4. Gary M. Polland I I. 5. Gregory P. Garlow 12. 6. Norman S. Davis 13. 7. James O. Deegear 14. 15. Zia A. Gipson Martha A. Hill Ann K. Sidor Karen L. Todar Susan E. Clagett Christopher L. Hartwell Brenda J. Goodman Debra C. Jones 48 AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURE Juanita Brown Sharon A. Cooper Seth O. Fowler Michael D. Glaspie Gwendolyn K. Kennard Marie Moore Harryette R. Mullen Charles E. Pace Deborah R. Perkins Noah Richardson Brenda J. Sers Deborah A. Stanton Shirley A. Wells Larry D. Wheatlev CHALLENGE Robert C. Belk Linda G. Cottingham Linda J. Davenport Marita K. Hill Randolph B. Howard Clay A. Johnson Suzanne E. Kemp Sara L. Kessler Robert B. Melton Michael W. Morrison Carolyn V. Perkins Mary E. Pincoffs Ronald J. Raphael Maryellen Reiss Robert K. Rosen Thomas Taylor Richard A. Vickrey Linda Williams Gregory K. Ya ' iin COFFEE HOUSE Jay Bell Linda S. Bloch Robert T. Boiling Nancy Boykin William L. Buvens Cathy E. Crouch Kim T. Dawson Yvonne DeGarza Richard E. Eveland Sandra A. Eveland Jane E. Garner Carol L. Gilbert Virginia A. Hague Tamara L. Hale Martin A. Halseth Cynthia C. Hamby Ridge A. Hammons Wally Harper Brenda J. Hefner Stanley J. Hinson Jan E. Howell Betty A. Jackson George L. Johnston Shari K. Keils Michael A. Klaveness Lynda G. Lighthouse William F. Monroe Margaret L. Moreland Ann M. Nicholas Eve G. Norton Nancy E. O ' Malley Karen D. Schneider Becky R. Shands Scott D. Spradlin David A. Stec Joan E. Sula Julia A. Turner Nancy L. Weaver Karen E. Williamson CULTURAL ENTERTAINMENT James T. Acuff Donald W. Bendure Robert T. Boiling Susan Browning Morgan F. Burton Franklin R. Cherry Susan M. Cooley Sharon A. Cooper Edward Davis Thomas F. Dawson Michael Espenson Edmond K. Gum David L. Ham Alice Herbolsheimer Kerren A. Kadell Sandy Kress Sherrita D. Lee Robert Lilly Lucy C. Love David G. Marcus Mary Ann Mengelkoch Emily E. Mizell Deborah Perkins Patricia t_. Perry Stephen H. Purvis Nancy A. Stover Brenda E. Trojanowsky ENTERTAINMENT Robert C. Bledsoe William H. Breeze, Jr. Susan Brown Clay K. Clarkson Lynne Collier Jack B. Evans Cynthia A. Friou Katherine A. Fulbright Victoria P. Fusco James L. Gleaves Joel C. Goldblatt Deborah J. Hand Stephen Harris Daniel W. Jackson Patricia Johnson Christi Jones Randall G. Jones Laura Kamenitsa Jeffrey A. Kaufman Carrol C. Kiene Philip J. Kuhl Barbara D. Lau Gary L. Leva Lynn Lewis Sallie Reynolds Low Nancy M. McClellan Donald Ray McNeal Estelle Helene Miller Mary L. Phillips Cesar Rodriguez Pamela A. Rush Nancy Sanders Elizabeth C. Snowdy Barbara S. Spafford Sally E. Swanson Martha A. Valian Barbara A. Walstad Steven Webb Lynn A. Whelton Thomas Williams Rachel V. Winfree FILM David F. Anthony William Arnold Dan P. Frizzell Lee K. Lawless Reynaldo H. Lopez Daniel N. Matheson Thomas A. Roberdeau Sydney Rubin Andrea M. Sidor James G. Stanley William F. Stutts FINE ARTS Spurgeon K. Britt Mary D. Carson Ronald Carter Lillian F. Clegg Jo Cook Morris R. Dixon Ann R. Degenhardt Edward S. Flume Pamela George Pat E. Hendricks Fernando Iturbide Pat Johnson Stephen S. Mann Brooke Marshall Glenwood E. McComb Jan H. Milz Joseph M. Parker Wynne A. Pauly Jay I. 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Angle Suzette Baggerly Richard Chang Susan E. Folk Shirley A. Gamble Allen F. Gaw Peter N. Grant Michael Horton Lome S. Label Sharan G. Leff Jean P. Lenzner Donald M. Marshall Cynthia L. Martin Anne E. Pierce-Jones Fredrick A. Rhodes Dana L. Rounsavill Jesus R. Rubio Ravindra Sheorey Bobby M. Skelton Angus M. Sladen Richard C. Stuart Ardell Taylor Cranford C. Tucker LEADERSHIP BOARD Bobby L. Boldt Frank C. Fleming Ronald S. Goldwasser Cheryl J. Jennings Kay M. Kober Mary J. Ladd Christopher A. Lin Sarah S. Martin Jean R. Setzer Esther M. Slipakoff Susan J. Swenke Stephen L. Van Klavlea S. Zwiebel SPEAKERS John A. Adkins Mike Alewitz Jerry A. Bell Cathy D. Brannon David M. Cordell Fred E. Forster Coral B. Gold Alan B. Goldsobel Rebecca E. Hendrix Knox B. Hughes Kathryn E. Krohn Paul A. Leche Carlos A. Moreno Rebecca L. Riley John T. Steen Steven A. Wisch Wendy Wisenberg STUDENT-FACULTY Suzanne I. Ahn Donna L. Cegelski Johnnie M. Denton Marilyn J. Dreiseszun Ellen Durckel Oliver Formont Bodo Charlie Konze LeAnn Lakin Susan B. Levin William A. Ligon Charlotte K. Magness Freddie S. Margosh Richard E. Mellina Stephanie M. O ' Neill Patti G. Schrank Brenda J. Sers Dennis K. Stone Frederick D. Todd Lois M. Watson James C. Worth Nancy J. Wranitzky Susan G. Yerkes 49 Upper-Class Advisors FRONT ROW: Wanda Lynn Ripper. Susan Laura Koen, Barbara Kay Bab- cock. SECOND ROW: M. Ruth Smith, Shelby Ann Smith, Jan Denise Dra- per, Lynn Braley LeMeilleur, Nancy Kay Hudson. Susan llene Rubin, Bar- bara Elizabeth Paynter, Margaret Ann Pasko, Catherine Elaine Alleman, Janice Elaine Dawsey, Charla Jayne Long, Donne Jo Dowlen. Upper-Class Advisors provides a unified organi- zation for all advisors in women ' s residence halls. Through this organization advisors share ideas, problems, and solutions for making their dormito- ries better places to live. Dormitories represented this year were Littlefield, Andrews, Blanton, Car- others, Kinsolving, Newman Hall, Scottish Rite, Contessa West and Jester Center. Upper-Class Advisors are selected by dormitory residents but are officially appointed by past advi- sors. The selection occurs at the end of each year and the appointment is done in a " tapping " dinner in which each former advisor taps the girl who will replace her for the next term. Events sponsored by Upper-Class Advisors in- cluded Jester Nickelodeon Night, a cookbook sale, a silver sale, and Littlefield ' s spring formal. Various drives sponsored by the organization included ef- forts to send toys to the Austin State School, can- vassing for the March of Dimes, ecology drives, and aiding in the Blood Drive. Officers for the year were Susan Laura Koen, president; Barbara Kay Babcock, vice-president; and Wanda Lynn Ripper, treasurer. Ruth Smith served as advisor. The kissing booth at Jester was a " smacking " success. ' II r. B : i 50 I- ' f G f f Jan Andrews Bob Binder Charles Bonjean Norris Davis Tim Donahue Jim Duncan Loyd Edmonds John Fox Robert Hilburn Larry Honig David Mincberg Mack Murrah Frank Pierce John Reetz Lori Rodriguez Eugene Sauls Jack Stockton David Stok Steve Wisch Steve Whittaker Texas Student Publications, publisher of eight student publications, celebrated its fiftieth anniver- sary as a corporation last summer and began its first year as an " auxiliary enterprise " of the Uni- versity on October I, 1971. TSP s charter as a non-profit corporation expired in mid-summer, 1971. The renewal of the charter required the approval of both the Regents and the TSP Board. These two groups came close to an agreement, but because of differences of opinion on the authority of the Regents over the student publications, a court case was already scheduled when the settlement out of court was made. A declaration of trust was signed. TSP retained its identity, but, effective June I, 1972, it began op- eration under an eleven person Board of Operating Trustees consisting of six students, three faculty members, and two professional members. Publications produced by TSP this year included The Daily Texan, The Summer Texan, the Cactus, the Texas Ranger magazine, Peregrinus Law School yearbook, Texas Engineering and Science Maga- xine, Riata magazine, and the Student Directory. Several changes were approved this spring, how- ever, to be effective in the 1972-73 school year. The three magazines were discontinued in favor of o ne new magazine to be inserted monthly as a supplement to The Daily Texas. With the concur- rence of the Law School authorities, Peregrinus was also discontinued. Reasons for these changes were lack of student interest and insufficient funding from subscriptions or advertising. While entering its fifty-first year, TSP also was preparing to move from present offices in the Journalism Building to the new Communications Complex, which is being constructed at Guadalupe and 26th Streets. One of the three buildings in the complex will be exclusively for TSP, consisting of 24,000 square feet and costing over $900,000. The building will house new photocomposition and off- set equipment for production of The Daily Texan as well as all news, editorial, photography, advertis- ing, and administrative offices for all of the stu- dent publications. Plans are to move before the fall semester of 1973. TSP Board 51 1972 Cactus Jan Kathleen Andrews, Editor Alan Levi helped Greek editors Tracee Chenoweth and John Adkins with a problem during a staff meeting. 52 J ' , . - . V ' r l rl Ki ' . rf . y ' It ' Vt . 1 . Alan Harold Levi. Associate Ed Despite a reduced budget, the 1972 Cactus was able to maintain its tradition as a high quality, award-winning yearbook. This book represents at least nine months of work and play by over 60 peo- ple who have attempted to give all University stu- dents a lasting way to remember their experiences at the University. Production of the Cactus began with planning at a two-day retreat for section editors in late Au- gust. The 1972 Cactus was created by I I section editors, two copy editors, and photography staff under the direction of the editor, associate editor, and supervisors. After staff positions were filled by volunteers in September, con stant activity filled the basement of the Journalism Building. Hundreds of pictures were taken, information gathered, copy written, and layouts designed during the days and long nights which followed. By May, over 500 pages had been checked and sent to the publisher. Before the 1972 Cactus team went their separate ways, a banquet was held to honor all staffers for their contributions. Section editors discussed an approaching deadline. 53 . rV- c MHwr . 1 . John A. Adlcins Fraternities 2. Betsy L Fink Features 3. L. Michael McKee Features 4. Ronald P. Camp Military 5. Jack N. Fuerst Student Government 6. Stephen L. Chewning Athletics 7. Sheldon I. Lippman Academics 8. Hedy S. Covan Honorary Organizations 9. Elizabeth J. Daily Special Interest Organizations 1 0. Tracee A. Chenoweth Sororities I I. Kathy Freeland Professional Organizations Section Editors 54 Cactus Staff i V ; 1. Richard D. Forrest 2. A. Dan Smith 3. Harold K. Prasatik 4. Michael A. Odell 5. William J. Reynolds 6. William B. Scott 7. James B. Crow 8. Mary P. Dickerson 9. Pamela L. McMichael 10. Mary L. Dawson I I. Susan A. Feller 12. Leslie J. Lewin 13. Karen S. Friedman 14. Janet C. Legler 15. Elizabeth A. Timmons 16. Lynda L. Blevins 17. Janet L. Thompson 18. Janet E. Richardson 19. Susan J. Stoler 20. Connie M. Strader 21. Carolyn S. Hill 22. Elizabeth Ann Davis 23. Robert G. Powell 24. Cathy E. Greene 25. Marie Timberlake 26. Alvin W. Klein 27. Marc ia A. Cain 28. Jane M. Steinle 29. Stephen R. Lee 30. Cora L. Schelling 31. Judy A. Ashby 32. Robin T. Feldman 33. Val A. Aldred 34. Melanie Hauser 35. Richard V. Breidenbach 36. Gerald W. Stanley 37. Nancy E. Goldfarb 38. John T. Stokes 39. Michael S. Petit 40. Ronna C. Keene 41. Sherry D. Huie 42. Paul J. Calapa 43. Joy M. Knaak 44. Patrice A. Poore 45. Mary Elizabeth McHugh 46. Walter A. Henry 47. Siri D. Lundstedt 48. Jayne L. Osborn 49. Ron L. Bose John Reetz, Copy Editor and Steve Dial, Sports Copy Editor .... 55 The Daily Texan This year The Daily Texan won many honors, most notably the 1971 Pacemaker Award, highest ranking award given by the Associated Collegiate Press. The paper also won the Sweepstakes Award for the second consecutive year in the Southwest- ern Journalism Congress and received an All- American Rating from the Associated College Press as a top college newspaper. The newspaper dedicated itself to presenting the University community with world and local news, sports, entertainment and a forum for grievances. The oldest college daily paper in the South was under the editorship of Lorenza Rodriguez. Manag- ing editor for the summer and fall semesters was Arthur John Reetz, and for the spring semester, Steven Allen Wisch. John Reetz, Summer and Fall Managing Editor 56 Steve Wisch, Spring Managing Editor Texan Permanent Staffs FALL STAFF: David Powell, Robin Bracher, Cyndi Taylor. John Reetz. Theresa Kane, Mike Fresques K I s - SPRING STAFF: Steve Hogner, Alan Truex, Cliff Avery, Debby Bay, Liz Bass, Steve Wisch, Miles Hawthorne, Lori Rodriguez 57 FRONT ROW: Walter Worth Dean, Lynnette Lankford. CENTER: Stephen Emmett Whittaker. BACK ROW: John G. Stockton, Lorenza Rodriguez. Ranger This year was the last year of publication for the Texas Ranger, Riata, Texas Engineering and Sci- ence Magazine, and Peregrinus. The TSP Board de- cided to combine the Ranger, Riata, and TES into one feature magazine. The Peregrinus, the Universi- ty ' s Law School yearbook, was discontinued. The Ranger served as a journal of features rang- ing from the serious to the comical. Editor for this year was Jack Stockton. In its eighth and last year Texas Engineering and Science Magazine won first place in the 1972 Southwestern Journalism Congress Special Interest Magazine category. TES published features aboi ' t current thought and research in science at the University. Editor Larry Honig was assisted by Doug Warrington. TES TES Staff: Michael Patterson. Lawrence Edward Honig, Douglas Warrington 58 SEATED: Jack G. Wise, Irene Jackson. Charles N. Ory, Macka L Murrain. STANDING: W. Richard Ellis, William D. Dewberry. Steven Fieldcamp. Peregrinus The Peregrinus was first published in 1949 by the University Law School. In 1971 TSP took over the responsibility of publication. The 1972 Peregrinus reflected many of the changes in the attitudes of the student body. Editor was Mack Murrah and business manager was Jack G. Wise. The Riata contained short stories and poetry written by University students. The magazine aimed for excellence in writing and art. Steve Whittaker was editor, David Moorman associate editor, and Deborah Halton, art editor. Riata FRONT ROW: Deborah M. Halton. John G. Stockton. Willie. BACK ROW: David Warren Moorman, Stephen Emmett Whittaker. 59 Ml " ARY RON CAMP 61 Navy ROTC Midshipmen in Navy ROTC were given new des- ignations this year. Regular and contract students were renamed " scholarship " and " college. " Scholar- ship students receive commissions into the regular Navy and college students are commissioned into the Naval Reserve. Positions were also available as Naval aviators and Marine Corps officers. Assisted by their auxiliary, the Navy Sweethearts, the midshipmen held several social events, including a Sweetheart Ball and Vernal Equinox picnic. A Ring Dance at Bergstrom Air Force Base in the spring honored seniors. Midshipmen also participated in in- tramurals and were " B " football champions. In addition to receiving required training in the fields of Engineering, Navigation, Weapon Systems, and Leadership and Administration, midshipmen made field trips for indoctrination into the Marine Corps and submarine duty. The Bucanneer Drill Team represented the unit in parades and drill competitions. Captain Hilson officiated at the Change of Command ceremony. I I i i I i i i FRONT ROW: Commander William Fred Goodman, Captain Ralph Albert Hilson, Major Joseph Francis Molineaux. SECOND ROW: Chief Yeoman Unit Staff Antonio Babauta Feiarang, Yeoman First Class Charles Matthew Montgom- ery, Janet Cathleen Brubaker, Beverly Roberts, Chief Quartermaster Allen Neal Gross. THIRD ROW: Chief Gunner ' s Mate Nathan Alphonso Hazel- ton, Lieutenant Luke Horrell Miller, Lieutenant Robert Frank Hynes, Lieuten- ant Lloyd Edward Allen, Storekeeper First Class Ronald Glenn Van Cleave, Staff Sergeant Grove Steven Crank, Lieutenant Jack Willhoit Roe. Battalion Staff ABOVE FRONT ROW: Donald Bruce Mackenzie- Graham, Mark Lee Adleman, Louis Albert Hoffman. Randal Scott McDonald, Robert Larry Hopkins. SEC- OND ROW: Donald Dean Harvey, III, James Walter Boyd, John Frederick Schleicher, Ronald Perry Camp. FRONT ROW: Richard Thomas Macon, David Murff Hardy. Troy Daniel Pennington. SECOND ROW: Floy Lee Metheny. Gregory Alan Walker. Walter Edward Ingram, Charles Edward Dorsett. Seminar 63 Alpha Company FRONT ROW: Mark Charles T ' noman, Steven F. Hoipkemier, Francis Alan Bogar, Jack Scott Wakefield, Jack Storey Lipscomb, Bernard Mason Satter- white, Kevin John Kelley. SECOND ROW: Eddie William Hand, Charles Richard Thomas, Wayne Richard Van Doren, Robert Emmet Slager, Robert Rector Gannaway, William Fred Perdue, Glenn Harold Ammerman, Dennis Don Dobbs, Martin Paul Mayland, Lonnie Lee Vickers. THIRD ROW: Wil- liam Rexford Mayse, Robert Anthony Altobelli, John Henry Cole, James Martial Lapeyre, James Laddie Gearing, Kenneth Paul Canell, Rodney Ste- phen LeWallen, Gaston Paul Jennett, Enos Roger Stewart, Jamal Shaban- Sahneh Saraei. FOURTH ROW: Rudy Camarillo, Mitchell Alan Popa, Chris- tian Edward Wolfe, John Michael Crowe, Randy Vance Marburger, Noorol- lah Rahimy Elahi, Daniel Thomas Puleio, James Patrick Owen, Robert Glenn Dillow, Michael Steven Bussey. FRONT ROW: Ronald James Skewis, Wayne Edward Anderson, Robert Scott McCullough, John Mark McAfee, Benny J. Harris, Spencer Hutson Smith, James Harvey Norman. SECOND ROW: Steven Friedell Findley. Cleland Edward Early, David Ray Moore, Fred Purcell Brinkman, Russell Bravo Company Bryce Butz, Bruce Eli Wolbrette, David Raymond Sheppard, Joseph Loyd Eb- becke, John Patrick Machado, Mohammad Reza Shahabi. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Joseph Chapline, John Michael Ledbetter, Donald Wayne Keck, Charles Arthur Reed, Stephen Douglas Thomas, Michael Anthony Kolda, James Roffe, Andrew John Aiclclen, Harman Fred Ramsey, Donald Jack Smith. FOURTH ROW: Samuel James Swisher, William Ray Thompson, Thomas Davis Bryce, William John Rice, Malcolm Conrad Geiger, Edwin Theodore Cooke, Patrick William O ' Keefe, Bruce Allen Cauley. 64 I nJ - -I V i ' .Noordl , team made final preparations for the commanding officer ' s inspection FRONT ROW: Jerry Dean Slater, Ronald Douglas Crawford, Steven Ken- drick Howell, Eugene Frank Behal, James Patrick Voss, William Davis Barren, Robert Wilson Pratt, Forrest Hall Brooks, Lenn Martin Lanahan. SECOND ROW: Joseph Clement Koen, Robe rt Milton Hatch, Michael Bernard Brands, William Fred Arnold, James Douglas Wurzel, William L. Smith, John Nathan Wright, Michael Stephen Verseckes, Michael Allen Baker, John Clark Tittle. THIRD ROW: David Rowen Poage, Marc Alan Mangrum, Na- thaniel Turk McClesky, Leslie Jacob Schaffner, Frederick Robert Morse, Charles Patrick Reynolds, Rudy Flores Gonzales, Gary Allen Vicksell, Keith Ickelberry, Leroy David Thompson, Franklin Bruce Wooten. FOURTH ROW: Randy Paul Hammon, Robert Michael Garrison, Edward Francis Blizzard, Edwin Walter Mergele, Bruce Acton Sowers, Bruce Allen Smith, David Dul- any Schoeneman, O. Zeller Robertson, James Eldon Lindsey, Dee Curtis Bu- chanan, Richard Daniel Nagel. Headquarters Company 65 FRONT ROW: Eleanor Kathy Johnson, Martha Elaine Kinard, Lynette Brubaker, Patricia Ann Mar- tin, Elizabeth G. Lawrence. SECOND ROW: Era Nell Ford, Catherine Elizabeth Tolbert, Judy Kay Moore, Eileen Biesemeier, Diane Kathryn Haack. Navy Sweethearts Officers and midshipmen participated in activities at the Sweetheart Picnic in the fall. 66 NESEP The Naval Enlisted Scientific Educational Program (NESEP) provided enlisted men on active duty an opportunity to obtain a college education and a commission as a Navy or Marine officer. A candi- date for the program must have served two years active duty and have held a rate of at least E-4. To be accepted, he was required to pass a series of tests and be approved by a reviewing board and his commanding officer. Candidates, selected at the beginning of each academic year, must seek a de- gree in mathematics, science or engineering. William H. Long served as company commander. Bernard G. Brady was executive officer, and Gordon C. Lannou, was first lieutenant. Section leaders were Joseph L. Welsh, Bertram M. Crawford, and Delbert R. Kaufman. Lt. Robert F. Hynes was advisor. Outside the classroom, NESEP members gathered for social functions, including a picnic in September for new members and a Christmas dance. The NESEP lounge in the ROTC building offered a relaxing atmosphere between classes. FRONT ROW: Gordon Calvert Lannou, William Henry Long, Bertram Mad- ison Crawford, Joseph Leo Welsh, Delbert Ralph Kaufman, Bernard Galin Brady, Richard Lyle Plautz. SECOND ROW: Ronald Lee Withrow, Douglas Mallory Mitchell. George Kenneth Vanness, Michael Wayne Castleman, Mark Steven Moses, Weldon Keith Herring, Charles Ralph Fairchild, Ken- neth Clovis Poirier. THIRD ROW: Roger Woodrow Trout, Brian A. Evans, Floyd Robert Stough, William Bradford Pence, Joseph Charles Spinnato, Walter Frank Blackburn, Randall Keith Maroney. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Woodrow Moore. Robert Dow Withers. Ronnie Henry Prewitt, Keith Alan Roberts, Jack Dale Bonewald, Clyde Barry Balthrop, Clarence Walters Schultz. FIFTH ROW: Grafton Alonzo Spinks, Glen William Hartsoch, James Daniel Gallagher, Steven Carroll Ellsberry, Edward Harrison Hudson, Kenneth James Moore. SIXTH ROW: James Howard Fletcher, John Wesley Bolyard, David Arthur Scott, Charles William Rickgauer, Kenneth William Curry. 67 Army ROTC Cadet Staff FRONT ROW: Robert Banjamin Huff, Edward Nunnelee Gideon. Jana Audrey Estes. SEC- OND ROW: William R. Ellis, Hugh Ritman Jons, Lawrence Edward Honig, Peter Robert- son Baiter. THIRD ROW: William Miles Knolle, Robert Lynn Pittsford, David Thomas Maddox. Distinguished Military Students FIRST ROW: James Michael Conley, Byron Elliott Short. Charles David Rutty, William R. Ellis, Hugh Ritman Jons. SECOND ROW: James Robert Dickson, Robin Lisle Donelson, Carl Ellis Vikstrom, Lynn S. Weihrauch, Law- rence F. Safford, Richard Brian Bills, Robert Benjamin Huff Robert A. Mar- cotte. Lawrence Edward Honig, Michael Kris King. THIRD ROW: Jerry Hal Brazil, John Michael Nolan. Robert Bunger Thieme, Robert Lynn Pittsford, Raymond D. Barrett, Henry C. Hostetter, Richard Owen Baish, Edward Nun- nelee Gideon. The ultimate goal of the ROTC cadet was to receive his gold bars as a second lieutenant. Army ROTC Army ROTC at the University celebrated its 25th anniversary of training cadets as Army officers this year. Military Science cadets chose their training preference from the fields of Air Defense Artillery, Infantry, Corps of Engineers, Transportation, Mili- tary Police, and Quartermaster. An intensified physical training program was ini- tiated in the spring to better prepare third-year ca- dets for summer camp, where they gain practical ex- perience in Army life. Ca-dets may also be accepted for Ranger School, for specialized military training. This year also marked the retirement of Col. Law- son W. Magruder, after five years ' service as Profes- sor of military science. FIRST ROW: Brenda Anne Brown, Shirley J. Hayden, Col. Lawson W. Magruder, Lt. Col. Wayne Manning Stevens, Lt. Col. Jesse Don Lyles, MSG John G. Ellis. SECOND ROW: Elon C. Nash, SSG Jimmy L. LeCompte, SSG Harold J. Magee, MSG Thomas M. Secrest, SSG Robert K. Gibson, SSG Richard Gruwell. SFC Richard Gibson, Maj. Malcolm Phillips Henry. THIRD ROW: Ma]. Nicholas Sarantalces. SSG John Elmer Gray, Maj. James William Schmitz, SSG Charles Franklin Porter, SFC Columbus Jennings, SSG Johnny O. Pierce. Maj. Billy Joe Piper. Army Staff .-; [W 69 Corps of Engineers FRONT ROW: Hugh Ritman Jons, Byron Elliott Short, Timothy G. Abrams, Mary Nan Watkins, Mary Jo Beeson, Barbara Ann Linen, James Edward Mit- chell. Jim Anderson Doty. SECOND ROW: Norbert W. Enslen, Lawrence F. Safford, Richard Brian Bills, Peter Machotka, Dennis Norman Carnes. Charles Glenn Johnson. Carl Patrick Conley, William Richard Trout. THIRD ROW: James Edwin Puntch, Antonio Esteban Gomez. James Harold Windham. Ralph David Ruben-Koenig. Tom Thompson, Joe Daniel Stokes, Stanley Paul Evans, Martin J. Oakes, Mark Miller. FOURTH ROW: Robert Wier Kelsey, Michael James Balough, Joe David Word, Christopher Paul Lutz, Mark Stephen Wientjes, David Williams, Steven Ross Lawrence, Charles D. Blankeney, Alfonso Soliz. I FRONT ROW: Brandon High Baker, Edward Nunnelee Gideon; Claudia Ann Howard. Henry C. Hostetter, Thomas Martin Troll, Michael Logan Gideon. SECOND ROW: Bradley Gill Curie, John A. Croom, Felix Higgens, Charles Transportation P. Zlatkovich, Robert Yaquinto, Howard Wayne Britain. Robert J. Rosen- bach. THIRD ROW: John Edwards Aiken, Charles Ross Gaines, Oren An- slem Mulkey, Thomas E. Cotner, Lawrence Edward Honig, Morris Dwayne Varnadore. FOURTH ROW: Robert Thomas Rice. Michael Smith. Stephen James, Donald George Dailey. Richard Vertres, Audey Dale Hubbard, James D. Boswell. FIFTH ROW: Jackson Lee Nash. Wesley W. Stafford. Jerry Wayne Mayhall, Richard M. Edwards, Chad Fletcher, Thomas Gary Wofford, Mike Huebner. 70 ' Can A THUD Color Guard Mario Omar Tello, Harold Edward Selke. Wesley W. Stafford, Alsonso Soliz, George Garcia San Miguel, Rollin Roy Donelson. FRONT ROW: Gary Arthur Munnelce. Edward Charles Prado, Robert Bun- ger Thieme, Raymond D. Barrett, Robert Lynn Pittsford, Robert B. Hallborg, Stephen Lee Fallen, Jack David Bryant. SECOND ROW: John Reynolds. Warren E. Hancock, Wayne Curtis Rosing, John Ferris Duhon, Denny Pat Dobbins. John Lockerby Owen. Thomas M. Anderson. THIRD ROW: Robert Bradley Kunze. Charles Lane Jamison, Rickey Hardin Mooney. Paul Joseph Davis. Keith C. Selfridge, Donald Eugene Rawls. Richard Lloyd Cole. FOURTH ROW: Edward Luther Magiera. Jack Patrick Eckels. William John Rice, Lawrence H. Head, Harold E. Selke, William A. Stellenwerf, Augustus Vangelakos. Infantry 7 Staff personnel offered cadets first hand information on proper drilling procedures. FRONT ROW: James Robert Dickson. Kathleen Cunningham, Mary Paula Whitfield, James Michael Conley. SECOND ROW: Thomas Donald Moran, John Oliver Langdon, Boyd F. Turbeville, Daniel Barker Hagan, James C. Davenport. Robin Lisle Donelson, George G. San Miguel, David Thomas Air Defense Artillery Maddox. THIRD ROW: Jack Knox Wall, Gary Eugene Ellison, Gary Alan Krause, Ken Bradshaw, John Gallagher Pound, Robert Walter Reed, Alfred Earl Befeld. FOURTH ROW: Hunter L. Scales, David Ray Webb. Edward Joseph Schmitt, Philip R. Jackson, Allan D. Sharpley, James Francis Haley, Frank Tyson Cook, Paul Trantham Garner. FIFTH ROW: John William Earle, Jerry Hal Brazil, Felix Malone, Cecil C. Daniel, William Benton Cude, Daniel 8. Haney, Thomas David Wilson, John Michael Nolan. 77 FRONT ROW: Susan Jeanette Bayliss. SECOND ROW: Robert A. Mar- cotte, Lynn S. Weihrauch, Charles David Rutty, John C. Caddatz. Paul C. Pearson. THIRD ROW: Peter Robertson Baker, Robert Banjamin Huff. Timo- thy Stuart Moore, James Herman Reego, James Michael Vogt, John Vernor Lavigne. Chesley Nance Blevins. FOURTH ROW: Stewart Harry Berlocher, Randolph D. Russell, Neil Edward Nichols, Harvey N. Deford, Edward Wil- liam Engel. Michael Anthony Rech, Jack Woodville London, Paul Joseph Woodul. FIFTH ROW: Terrance 1. Steinhebel, James S. Weisinger, Thomas Quartermaster Donald Moran, Richard Scott Burnham, Laurence Hurst Ochse. Patrick R. Stehling, Barry Howard Wolf, Martin J. Oaks, Alan Charles Weiner. SIXTH ROW: Robert Frank Elliott, Wayne Burton Boles. Ernest C. Parker, Joseph Howard Kunesh. William S. Brister, Patrick Melvin Holder. Cadets preparing for summer camp received instruction on training schedules. 73 Military Police FRONT ROW: George Howard Morris. William Richard Ellis, Elizabeth Graves Bess, Michael Kris King, Richard Owen Baish, Kathryn Jane Kilgore, Jack W. Callahan. SECOND ROW: John Thomas Steen, Michael A. Abrams, Timothy Allen Duffy, David Arden Lewis, Homero Lopez, Josef Herman Cozad. Jerry Wayne Jackson, James Harrison Itz. Steven Alan Stecher. THIRD ROW: Robert S. Robbins, Richard Joseph Ault, William Dewberry, Scott Howie Thompson, Charles Leslie Evans. Michael G. Mul- chay, John Michael Poston. Roland Arthur Earle, William W. Ochse, John Sage. FOURTH ROW: William Francis King, Charles Lane Jamison. Alvin T. Netterblad. Alfred Earl Befeld, Robert Walter Reed, John Mark Jackson, Richard L. Lastrapes. ! Individual instruction was helpful in maintaining excellence in the manual of arms. Physical training prepared cadets for summer camp. 74 FRONT ROW: Carol L. Christen. Robin L. Arbogust. SECOND ROW: Pat- rick Reynolds. Samuel Nick Mihalick, Richard Lloyd Cole, William Davis Bar- ron. THIRD ROW: John Clark Tittle, Robert B. Huff, Thomas Jack Temple, Zeller Robertson, Leroy David Thompson. SSgt. Charles Franklin Porter. Rifle Team We. icta, FRONT ROW: Ann Pate Watson, Deborah Ann Rail, Julia Jean Newsom, Jana Audrey Estes, Randall Gwenyth Jones, Colleen Katheryn Guild. Debo- rah Jo Smith. SECOND ROW: Major Billy Joe Piper. Susan Louise Ham- mond, Margaret D. Rosenfeld, Sharon Adana Pearce, Kathryn Jane Kilgore, Elizabeth Louise Blanton, Claudia Ann Howard, Cynthia Suzanne Schubert, Mary Lynn Bibbs. Linda Simpson, Edward Nunnelee Gideon. THIRD ROW: Nancy Lynn Rosenberg, Susan Jean Pepper, Vicki Marie Estrada, Paula Ann Henderson, Lael Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Graves Bess, Mary Paula Whit-field, Linda Susan Bayless, Susan Leigh Winterringer, Margaret Louise Blair. FOURTH ROW: Trudie lla Plotsky. Robin Lyn Scheps. Barbara Ann Linen, Mary Nan Watkins, Cynthia Anne Berry, Kathleen Cunningham, Emily Fields Anderson. Terrie Lynn Wyatt, Linda Ann Caldwell, Frances Fey Shively, Christine Rae Harris, Karen Deborah Nichols, Jane Ellen Covington, Kristine Adele Anderson. Cordettes 75 Air Force ROTC Cadets In the Department of Air Science gained practical experience not only in the classroom this year, but through corps operation as well. AFROTC stressed cooperation between upper and lower classmen and urged informality off the drill field. In the fall, Col. Richard G. Willis took over duties as commanding officer, in a year that saw AFROTC become the first of the three services at the Univer- sity to accept a female cadet. AFROTC social activities included a corps picnic at Lake Austin Metropolitan Park, a fall and spring formal, and a Dining-ln in the spring. HOI ;,, DM Inspections tested a cadet ' s military knowledge. i Air Force Staff FRONT ROW: Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Julius Campbell, Sheila H. Waggoner. Colonel Richard 6. Willis, Ollie B. Arena, Master Sergeant Dean B. McClelland. SECOND ROW: Top Sergeant Charles J. Green, Staff Sergeant Jimmy P. Papagno, Captain Joseph Martin Fassero, Staff Sergeant Joaquin Rios, Captain James C. Anderson. -0, _ I FRONT ROW: Thomas Charles Petty, Kim Mixon McGregor, Maria Kay Munneke, Clinton Edward McNabb. David Austin Hamby, Herbert Ernest Schneider, Thomas Owen Werry. SECOND ROW: Gregory Charles Deen, David Edward Moore, Robert Merrill Peterson, Hal Edward Hagemeier, Charles William Stanley, Harold Roy Mobley, Steven David Novy. THIRD ROW: John David Mitchell. Todd Thomas Kloss, Kenneth Edward Griffin, Jonny Jefferson Hepler, Andrew Giles Miller, Richard Allan Fault. FOURTH ROW: Richard Craig Shaw, Richard Patri ck Lee, Howard Albert Bayne, Mi- chael Edward Ruth, Scott Vincent Murray, Lloyd Wayne Oliver. FIFTH ROW: David Garlyn Hoffman, Michael Glen Hazenfield, Daniel David Houssiere, Donald Allison Vance, Joseph Allen Stembridge, James Douglas Cantwell. Group Staff e::t FRONT ROW: James Patrick Boyle. Richard Gregory Phaneuf, Melinda Louise Wallis, Carl Joseph Meade. Diana Candace Mathews, David Albert Shepherd, Bruce Lynn Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Douglas James Thompson, Stanley Earl Cox. Richard Wayne White, Steven Frank Greenhow. Edward Steven Ehrhardt. THIRD ROW: John Franklin Merris, Terence Paul Gorski, Leland Lorenz Bethurum. William Douglas Patterson. Carol Lynn Christen. FOURTH ROW: George Bryant Meyer, Malcolm David Williams. Robert Paul Armstrong, Randy Stephen Nini, Douglas Allen Erwin. FIFTH ROW: Jim David Decker, Alan Lee Schoolcraft, Wayne Ervin Sirmon, Arno Robert Berthold. Michael Paris Pearson, Robert James Carlisle, William Lindsay Shuman. SIXTH ROW: James Nelson Howard, Bron Arnold Burke. Donald Bryan Nibblett. Clyde Medferd Owen, David Stephen Yastishock, David Lansing McNeely, Steven Marco Ciccanti. Squadron One 77 ' : Squadron Two FRONT ROW: Bruce Harlan Beck, Kenneth Home Pearce, Richard Allen Hahn, Sharon Kay Boyd, Michael John Mclntosh, Linda Diane Shropshire, Mark Russell Johnson, James Walter Oler. SECOND ROW: Arthur Charles Gonzalez. Reagan William Simpson, Russell Kent Strawn, Glyn David Martin, Phillip Lynn Snyder, Jimmy Valero, Richard Paxton Laughlin. THIRD ROW: Gary Edward Finch, Peter Cowper Fortescue, Jimmie Lynn Dyson, James Lane Littrell, Terry Eugene Maxfield, Lawrence Cecil Owen, John Bernard Ross. FOURTH ROW: Eric Laurence Monashkin, Lawrence Edward Gerst, Mark Anthony Sowell, George Sandy MacFadyen, James Thomas Bryan, Steve Alan Thogersen, Gregory Michael Powers. FIFTH ROW: Roy William Prater, Merlin David Freeman, Richard Alan Vogt, Lawrence Preston Melan- con, Thomas Robert Kuykendall. FRONT ROW: Carol Carr Cody, Robert Daniel Wattcins, Melody Ann Rumpf, Joel Frank Jornow, Marilyn Faye Birdsong, Glenn Orrin Burchard, Gay Lee Wilkes, David Keith Holmes. SECOND ROW: Larry Luther Foer- ster, Neal John Grice, Patrick John Parma, Donley Paul Townsend, Kenneth Squadron Three Gene Keese, Michael Loyd Milner, Karl Wayne Kacir, Warren Neal Massey. THIRD ROW: David Wright Coe, Forrest Raymond Bostelman, Kenneth Charles Smith, Kirby Wayne Dendy, Clark Dillon Bailey, Robert Everett Rec- ords, Karl Russell Ouebe. FOURTH ROW: Peter Thomas Demakes, Dale Mi- chael Vande Hey, Dennis James Dieringer, Sydney Lawrence Stenger, Mi- chael Everett Austin. FIFTH ROW: John Hrncir, Thomas Dee Liles, Eduardo Gustavo Garcia, Glen Alan Oswalt. SIXTH ROW: Roger Lyn Hilton. Mark Lee Labaj. Frederick Harold Connally, Gregory John Doutel. 71 FRONT ROW: Melinda Louise Wallis, Carol Carr Cody. Diana Candace Mathews, Elizabeth Irene Beasley, Karen Gay Gordon, Helaine Susan Read- er, Collette Rosso, Julianne Buaas, Susan Jane Lewis, Laura Jeanne Murray. SECOND ROW: Gayle Ann Rothenberg, Margaret Murray Hale, Gay Lee Wilkes, Pamela Kay Davidson, Sharon Kay B oyd, Melody Ann Rumpf, Janet Lynn Smith. Kathleen Lee Palmer, Bonnie Arlene Rudel. THIRD ROW: Joan Alyce Dover, Marilyn Faye Birdsong, Linda Diane Shropshire, Mary Teresa Johnson, Mary Ann Petter, Rebecca Ann Foster, Maria Kay Munneke, Debo- rah Lynn Hein, Janet Anne Moley. 1 Conducting events on and off campus this year, Angel Flight served as an active representative of the Air Force ROTC and Arnold Air Society. At an area conclave in Hot Springs, Ark., in January, the University was selected as the area headquarters for the next two years. In service to the cadet corps, members partici- pated in a big sister-little brother system with the first and second-year cadets. Other Angel Flight ac- tivities included a spaghetti supper at Kinsolving, pledge initiation at Bergstrom Air Force Base, and attendance at the national conclave in Dallas. Angel Flight also participated in several commu- nity projects. Pumpkins from a Pumpkin Picnic were donated to mentally retarded children for Hallow- een. Members also conducted a door-to-door canned goods drive for the Montopolis Neighbor- hood Center and joined with Arnold Air to host for- eign pilots during a weekend visit at the University. Leading the activities this year were Elizabeth Irene Ibarra, commander; Kathleen Lee Palmer, ex- ecutive officer; and Julianne Buaas, pledge trainer. Angel Flight Air Force cadets found time during Tuesday drills to chat with the Angels. SPECIAL INTEREST ORGANIZATIONS I 80 i I J Choral Organizations Dr. Morris J. Beachy, administrative director of choral organizations, entered his fifteenth year as coordinator of the choral activities which include nine separate choral organizations. Dr. Beachy con- tinued giving personal direction to the Choral Union and the Chamber Singers while Gordon Howard Lamb completed his second year as director of the A Cappella Choir and Texas Troubadours. Alaire Howard Lowry continued in her third year as direc- tor of the Women ' s Concert Choir. In addition to the traditional campus and local concerts, several appearances were made at nation- al and regional music conventions. Assisting in these concerts were Loyd Furman Hawthorne, director of Longhorn Singers, and Richard Paul Conant, direc- tor of Southern Singers. William Franklin White, di- rector of Varsity Singers, and John C. Winkler, di- rector of University Chorus, completed the instruc- tional staff which provided choral experience to ap- proximately 600 students. Gordon Lamb 81 A Cappella Choir The A Cappella Choir, directed by Gordon How- ard Lamb, is a fifty-member mixed ensemble. Performances during the fall were held in the Uni- versity Recital Hall. Tours during the spring took the group to Texas and Oklahoma. Highlighting the spring semester was a concert given at the South- west Regional Convention of the American Choral Directors ' Association. For the first time this year, the choir commis- sioned a choral work. Composer Sven Lekberg wrote " Years Prophetical, " a collection of Walt Whitman verse for the group. Officers were Susan Marie May, president; Don- ald J. Shaw, vice-president; Robert Howard Speer, treasurer; and Cynthia Ann Couch, secretary. FRONT ROW: Ann Angela Kostas, Marilyn Sue Stephens, Miml Ormand Miller, Dina Isabel Castaneda, Nancy Ann Sagstetter, Ruth Ann Fankhauser, Laurie Jan Reece. Meredith Blackwell Fischer. SECOND ROW: Vivian Sue McCallum, Eloise Elaine Ernst, Cynthia Ann Couch, Marjo Harrell Carroll, Sally Anne Carroll, Diana B. Alexander, Phyllis Elaine Craig, Helen Ann Fox. THIRD ROW: Mary Cecilia Busenlehner, Marilyn Jean Howell, Susan Marie May, Susan Frances Tobin, Sharon Anne Denny, B. Kathleen Kirkland, Moni- ca Jane Young. FOURTH ROW: Deborah Sue Howell, Charmayne Moody, Sharon Lee Glover, Betty Lou Thomas. Deborah Anne Turner. FIFTH ROW: Harvey Morris Stevens, Robert Elgin Robertson, Donald James Shaw, John Wallace Dierlam, Lawrence William Price. Paul Schumann, Joel A. Hoffman, Thomas Eugene Priem, Richard Bush Holmes, William Cary Quillin. SIXTH ROW: Joe Charles Pullam, Roger Douglas Lind, Kieren Anthony Ladner, David Wayne Richardson, Robert Wayne Proft, Dennis Jeffrey Hoover, John Benecio Reyes, Robert Jeffry Womack. SEVENTH ROW: Mark Ste- phen Craven, James Bernard Proft, Larry Dean Harrison, Victor Leroy Mi- chels, Robert Howard Speer, Jaan Ray Goad. , 1. Thomas Wynn Anderson 12. 2. Penny Ann Hubert 13. 3. James Kirby Bingham 14. 4. David Clyde Beckett 15. 5. Ara Lynn Earnest 16. 6. Georgia Floyd 1 7. 7. John Bibo 18. 8. Linda Kay Goodman 19. 9. Robert K. Wheeler 20. 10. Katherine Adair Lewis 21. 11. Richard Paul Conant Sherilyn Mayton Alaire Howard Lowry Nancy Woodruff McCann Jim Wade Guthrie William F. White Mary Hall Loyd Furman Hawthorne Karen Jenke John Clyde Winlder Diane Whitworth Formerly known as the Madrigal Singers, the Chamber Singers accepted an invitation to appear as the host vocal chamber group in a seminar at Trinity College, Cambridge, England, last summer. The ensemble first performed at the Fine Arts Center in Folkestone, England. The members of the group then performed at Cambridge. During the fall semester, the group gave several concerts in South Texas and climaxed their activities with a Christmas concert in the LBJ auditorium with a small chamber orchestra. In the spring, they toured the southern United States and performed at the Music Educators National Conference in Atlan- ta. The annual spring concert, again including a chamber orchestra, was presented April 21. Chamber Singers Choral Union In its second year under Morris J. Beachy ' s direc- tion, the Choral Union continued its cooperation with the Austin Symphony Orchestra. A Christmas concert was performed in conjunc- tion with the University Symphony Orchestra. The Choral Union was joined by the Women ' s Concert Choir and Texas Troubadours for this performance. During the spring semester the Choral Union per- formed with the Corpus Christi Symphony Orches- tra. The final concert departed from the normal cho- ral music format when the Choral Union joined forces with the Opera Workshop in three presenta- tions of the great choral scene from Verdi ' s " Mac- beth " and a complete act from Handel ' s " Semele. " Membership of the Choral Union included many Austin citizens and University students. 84 University Chorus The University Chorus provides opportunity for students lacking a musical background to participate in singing at the University level. Rehearsals are geared toward learning language and styles of music as well as performance. Auditions are held the week of registration and during summer orientation. The chorus performed four times each semester, on and off campus. Their performances included a repertoire ranging from classical to popular. Officers were Ruth Louise Mehan, president; Linda G. Ray, secretary; Susan Kay Starnes, librar- ian; Paul F. Hoffman, men ' s wardrobe chairman; and Meredith J. Cohen, women ' s wardrobe chairman. OFFICERS: Meridith Cowan, Ruth Mehan, Paul Hoffman, Linda Ray, Susan Starnes. I FRONT ROW: Fiorenza Anna Bruni, Ruth Louise Mehan, Meridith Jane Cowan, Allyn Kay Writesal, Jacqueline Scott Wilson, Karen Ann Winkler, Sally Stephens Harlow, Deborah N. Sheridan. Alanna Marcia Silverstein, Cheryl Diane Gandy. SECOND ROW: Donna Rose Chaikowski, Deborah Anne Hough, Vanessa Lynn Werlla, Christine Sudduth, Brenda Louise Paler- mo, Linda Kathleen Reed, Diane Frances Dochoda, Pamela Cherie Vanzura. THIRD ROW: Jan Harris Hale, Catherine Anne Hammond, Elizabeth Jean Lockhart, Judith Ellen Clark, Pamela Ann Wright, Mary Shannon Matley, Catherine Irene Ross, Sandra Marie Stavino, Barbara Ellen Norton. FOURTH ROW: Catherine Dell Smith, Joan Lanette Topham, Janet Mau- reen Barwell, Karen Lee Cade, Susa n Kay Starnes, Jan Ellen Faszholz, Mari Lise Hart, Susan Adair Bivins, Linda Sayle Ray, Linda Carole Harris. FIFTH ROW: Paul Frederick Hoffman, Michael Dale Cobb, David Mark Owen, John Howard Reed, Jonathan David Miller, Ira David Huddleston, David Eldon Moody, Richard Alan Hampton, Edmund Paul Frank, Ronnie Mac Os- born. SIXTH ROW: Gary Wrenn White, Felix R. Sanchez, Robert Parr Mer- riman, Edwin Jack Nonmacher, Robert Alan Postma, Craig Marshall Topham, Mark Donald Welch, Thomas J. Wisseman, Frank J. Purcell, Kevin James Fiedler. 85 1. Charles O. Shields 2. Donald Ray McNeal 3. George Ann Rivers 4. Larry Dean Kille 5. Margaret Ann Sprinkle 6. Deborah Denese Davison 7. John David Craig 8. Ermine Michael 9. Karen Stephenson 10. Theresa S. Robertson I I. Lyndell Keith Quade 12. Marsha Kay Nelson 13. Robert Gray Gerardy 14. Suzanne Meadows 15. Balon B. Bradley 16. Susan Jane Lewis 17. Denise Marie Foreman 18. Mary Bird Dean 19. Robert H. Baker 20. Janet Lynn Whaley 21. Sheldon G. Gross 22. Sharon L. Blankenbaker 23. Robert Elmer Herod 24. Kathy Sue Bergman 25. Richard C. Peterson 26. Janet Marie Raeke 27. David August Senter 28. Deborah G. White 29. Rodney Duane Schmidt 30. Mariette Miller 31. Lester Lansing Kothmann 32. Karen Deborah Nichols 33. Deborah Lynne Rindy 34. Gwendolyn Faye Wilson 35. Richard Lea Robertson 36. Eileen Victoria Josue 37. Martin Scott Holter 38. Cathy Lynn Barr 39. Clarence Bartlett Melton 40. Judi Evelyn Ervin 41. Patricia Ellen Ragle 42. Susan C. Powell 43. Eloise Elaine Ernst 44. Denis Lujan 45. Richard Maxwell 46. Carole E. Kincaid 47. William A. Germer 48. Mary L. Dawson 49. Randall Eric Baylor 50. Bee LeRoy Foster 51. Paul Wayne Beutel 52. Maida Diane Papanek 53. Claude Ernest Ducloux 54. Peggy Lauren Horwits 55. Deborah Lynn Ginascol 56. John Benicio Reyes 57. Shari Lynette Lambert 58. John Leslie Roades 59. William Lloyd Taylor 60. Stanley R. Wiedeman 61. Reese A. Mathieu 62. Betsy Fath 63. Richard Bush Holmes 64. Jerry Walter Malcolm The Longhorn Singers provide an opportunity for primarily non-music majors to get together and per- form popular music. Songs this year included selec- tions from " Jesus Christ Superstar, " the Carpenters, and other popular groups. Members were chosen at the beginning of each semester by audition. During the year, the group sang for the Distin- guished Alumni Banquet and for Dads ' Day in the Main Ballroom of the Texas Union. On-campus per- formances also included the annual Christmas carol- ing on the Main Mall. A tour through Texas and Lou- isiana included performances at high schools and Texas Ex-students ' meetings. Officers were Lester Lansing Kothmann, presi- dent; Paul Wayne Beutel, vice-president; Horace Bart Melton, treasurer; and Maida Dian e Papanek, secretary. Lloyd Furman Hawthorne was director. Longhorn Singers Southern Singers The Southern Singers, seventy-seven voices strong, performed such hits as " Bridge over Trou- bled Waters, " " Both Sides Now, " and " Sounds of Silence. " This year a special small ensemble ren- dered selections with bossa nova and samba rhythms. Dance numbers included " Don ' t Tell Mama " from Cabaret and " American Boys. " Local performances were presented at Municipal Auditorium for the United Fund victory dinner and at several locations on campus. Trips included visits in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. For the first time in the history of the organization an overseas tour was made. Fifty members partici- pated in an eight-day tour of the Hawaiian Islands at the conclusion of the school year. The director again this year was Richard Paul Conant, teaching assistant in music. Officers were Dollie F. Huffman, president; Jan L. Campbell, secretary; Gail A. Johnson, treasurer; Diana L. Weynand and Patricia A. Kirksey, Wardrobe; Barbara L. Hand, socials; Kathy A. Mun- tean, publicity; Browyn Jones, historian; Sharon Jo Goldstein and J. Gail Partlow, librarians. FRONT ROW: Ann Elizabeth Adams, Darein Lee Mclnnis. Cynthia Sayle Peterson, Lana Joy Rabon, Stephanie Ann Hughes. Jan Preston, Teresa Ellen Fraser, Alice Ann Adams, Nancy Sue Mayfield, Donna Ruth Berndt, Dianne Marie Foreman. Sharon Jo Goldstein, Bonnie Lynn Keeton, Mary Martha Markantonis, Diana Lea Weynand. SECOND ROW: Jennifer Alice Moody, Elizabeth Crowley, Nancy Jean Shelton, Judy Henrietta Huchingson, Peggy Ann Kuhn, Beverly Lynne Yoatcum, Mary Elizabeth Reppond, Deborah Cheryl Klein, Melissa Anne Fidler, Sandra Michele Gottlieb, Jo Ann Wolf Melinda Kay Milstead. THIRD ROW: Viclci Ann Morgan, Patricia Ann Pratt, Barbara Lee Hand, Nancy Pryor Furman, Sherrita Doris Lee, Virginia Nell Hargon, Dollie Faye Huffman, Sylvia Ruth Hinojosa, Becky Thomas, Erma Willene Gee, Janet Lee Larson, Bronwyn H.Jones, Marilyn R. Cox. FOURTH ROW: Russell Irwin Buckner, Nancy Boykin, Deborah Rachel Perkins, Melissa Len Stallones, Ann Renee Lommele, Judith Gail Partfow, Mary Therese Driscoll, Janis Lynne Campbell, Kim Taylor Dawson, Patricia P. Blaha, Karen Leonora Hinton, Gail Ann Vanderstoep. FIFTH ROW: Stanley Raymon Wiedeman, Jeanne Louise Edmunds, Mary Ellen McAfee, Gail Annette Johnson, Cathi Lynn Nail, Nancy Blaker Mitchell, Linda Lou Jennings, Kathy Ann Muntean, Mary Elizabeth McHugh, Helen Eleanor Holcomb, Deborah Denise Jackson, Denise Bartlett. 88 Islands irecto eaching 1 Jan L (irkey, ron Jo i Texas Troubadours The Texas Troubadours, formerly the Men ' s Glee Club and the oldest singing organization on campus pursued an exciting repertoire of folk, popular, and serious music this year. Members were selected by audition at the beginning of both semesters by director Gordon H. Lamb. Their annual tour was held during February and in- cluded stops in Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee. A spring concert was held following their return to Austin. The first annual University of Texas Glee Club Festival was held in October with the Texas A M Singing Cadets participating as guest chorus. Officers serving this year were Marvin Lynn Mor- genroth, president; Kent Ashley Main, vice-presi- dent; Lynn Scott Sousares, treasurer; and Christo- pher Bonwitch, secretary. FRONT ROW: Michael D. Tschoepe, David Landel Nichols, Kent Ashley Main. SECOND ROW: Russell Romoser, Francis L. Drake, Benjamin Frank Wear. THIRD ROW: Lynn Scott Sousares, Russell Irwin Buckner, Christopher Bonwich. FOURTH ROW: Alfred G. Tovar, Richardo Cruz Valdez, Larry Mi- chael Reuter. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Walter Malcolm, Roy Patrick Lawrence, Marvin Lynn Morgenroth. SIXTH ROW: Charles Nolan Bolding, Melvin James Rogge, William Woody Raine. 89 " ' .- - . nem - ' - " Women ' s Concert Choir Using literature written especially for women ' s choruses, the Women ' s Concert Choir performed works of composers such as Palestrina, Porpora, Vaughan Williams and Britten this year. The first concert was a vesper service at Tarry- town United Methodist Church in December. The choir also joined the University Harp Ensem- ble for a Christmas concert in the Recital Hall, per- forming Benjamin Britten ' s " Ceremony of Carols. " Other pre-Christmas activities included combin- ing with other choral organizations and the Sym- phonic Band for annual Christmas caroling on the Mall. In May the choir gave its spring recital. Members were selected in auditions each semes- ter by the director, Alaire Howard Lowry. Officers were Amy Joan Brown, president; Anna Kathleen Rash, vice-president; Annette L. Treaccar, secretary; and Linda D. Dillahunty, treasurer. 1. Sarah Elizabeth Toppins 24. 2. Janet Rachel Fisher 25. 3. Sandra Fran Cornett 26. 4. Sharon Louise Benson 27. 5. Betsy Fath 28. 6. Debra Kay Nance 29. 7. Hilary Christine Ryan 30. 8. Ruth Marie Amen 31. 9. Marsha B. Pehrson 32. 10. Mary Elizabeth Mings 33. 1 1 . Carol Sunn 34. 12. Donna Ann Brewer 35. 13. Karen Deborah Nichols )6. 14. Lee Ellcins 37. 15. Margarett J. Sears 38. 16. Penny Jean Rogers 39. 17. Kelly Marie McFarland 40. 18. Martha Ann Rose 41. 19. Deborah Lou Bryan 42. 20. Dana Ann Seal 43. 21. Patricia Ann Brown 44. 22. Nancy Carol Thompson 45. 23. Mona Dolly Forman Annette L. Treaccar Elizabeth Crowley Deborah Dale Graham Linda D. Dillahunty Elizabeth Suzanne Bush Ersalene Faye Chappell Margaret Lynn Moreland Andra Lea Mitchell Myra Ann Tenenbown Sail Ann Moriaty Holly Carol Robinson Linda Susan Williams Carol Lynn Christen Deborah Lane Julia Ann Chamrad Janna Kay Russell Cynthia Anne Smith Linda Anderson Betty Kay Winingham Kay Joyce Nicholson Janet Marie Raeke Amy Joan Brown 1. Suzanne Meadows 8. 2. Paul Alfred Dupree 9. 3. Linda Maria Massad 10. 4. James Michael Balogh II. 5. Carroll Burt Branstetter 12. 6. David August Senter 13. 7. Sherry Swenson 14. Robert Allen Wahrmund Walter Kelly Gerber Terry Lee Pierce Marietta Miller Robert Thomas Boiling Sharra Jan Jones Stanley Raymond Wiedeman Varsity Singers The fourteen -member group, Varsity Singers, specialized this year in presenting a lively show filled with music and color. The group, performing with guitars, piano, and choreographer, had a repertoire including Broadway hits, show tunes, and a broad spectrum of popular music. Its members, chosen by audition each semester by director William Franklin White, performed for Dads ' Day, the Austin Lion ' s Club, Southwestern Journalism Congress and local groups. Their spring tour included travel through East Texas and the Gulf Coast area with performances at high schools and service clubs. 91 Alpha Phi Omega FRONT ROW: Abe Frishmon, Edwin Lamar Lentz, Morris Reagen D ixon, Patrick Owen Macken, Dennis Marvin Baker, Bert Carlson Shivers, Thomas William Gornick, Brenda Elaine Trojanowsky, Bruce Alan Soranson, Hal Ed- ward Hagemeier, Richard B. Whitaker, Robert James Kleineck, Kenneth Dol- son Fisher, John Michael Crowe, David Edward Moore, James Bruce Flodine. SECOND ROW: Michael Parker, John Louis York, Paul Schumann, Lawson Phillip Roberts, Arthur Donnes Holder, Edward Vincent Chambers, Wilfred Michael Krenek, David Alan Dobyns, Charles Wesley Bryant, Robert Randolph Ray, Robert Eberle Cooke, Rodney Duane Schmidt. THIRD ROW: Michael John Stewart, Ronald Kermit Webb, Richard Ray Falcon, John Ed- ward Trieb, Robert Irl Crowe, David Arnold Vinson, James Sirard Switser, Rayford E. Copelin. Robert L Panzarella, Edward Rogers Stovall, Mi- chael Wayne Vela, Robert R. George, Daniel Edward Sicking, Raymond Lee Strickland. FOURTH ROW: Michael Lindsey Mahaffey, William F. Abright, Steven Joseph Sicking, Lary David Garrett, Harold Allea Yachik, Melvin Curtis Odom, Edwardo Javier Uribe, John Truitt Stokes, James Richard Akin, Marie Patrick Zabel, John Richard Triplett, Richard Franklin Davis, Charles Stephen Brasher, John David Porter-field. FIFTH ROW: David Lee Murray, Thomas Edward Luke, Paul Norman Crabtree, Martin Stephen Goldberg, Ronald Stephen Gardner, William Lewis Hinds, Lawrence Eugene Lankford, Dennis Karl Obenhaus, Alan Wayne Goldsberry, Don Carrol Vacek, Mark Rice Laussade, David Woody Bissett, Oliver Joseph Shaffer, Michael Maurice Stryker. SIXTH ROW: Hunter Zigmond Werlla, Robert Andrew Lanius, Jack Nicholas Fuerst, Robert Alexander McLean, Junious Ju- lioun Arrant, Louis Ramon Reveley, Ronald Charles Roeder, Dale Colcott Rylander, James Robert Reinhart, Robert McCaig James, Eddie William Hand, Donald Ray McNeal, Oren Anslem Mulkey, Kenneth Bealle Armstrong. 92 GET I ri Alpha Phi Omega, men ' s service organization at UT, assembles college men in a national service fra- ternity to develop leadership, promote friendship, and provide service to the community. APO is open to ' all college men and selections are made once a semester. Social activities include a semi-formal and a banquet near the end of each semester and chap- ter picnics or parties each month. Regular projects included ushering at the Batts Film series, working with area Boy Scout troops, giv- ing guided tours of campus, and working for the Austin Cerebral Palsy Center and Human Rights Center. Other APO service projects included usher- ing at Honors Day, Dads ' Day, and most Cultural En- tertainment Committee events, manning campus election booths, assisting with registration, and sponsoring a campus blood drive. Officers this year included Hal Edward Hage- meier, president; James Bruce Flodine, vice-presi- dent; Abe Frishman, treasurer; and Dennis Marvin Baker, secretary. - . . ._ Members of Alpha Phi Omega took charge of student directory sales. Donations for the Heart Fund were collected at the annual " Bathtub Pull. ' APO ' s supervised election boxes during campus-wide elections. 93 Campus Girl Scouts Campus Girl Scouts is an organization of adult Girl Scouts interested in keeping in touch with scouting activities. Any registered Girl Scout may join the group. The group sponsored a picnic in September and a Christmas party in December for members. Bi-week- ly meetings were held for members. In association with the Canterbury Association, the Girl Scouts sponsored a monthly birthday party at the Austin State School. Members regularly worked with local scout troops at their weekly meet- ings and on camp-outs. Officers this year were Sarah C. Terrell, presi- dent; Gail Ann Vander Stoep, vice-president; and Laurie Ellen Scott, treasurer. men tos tit ed C Members discussed plans for their March campout. MEMBERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Laurie Ellen Scott, Christy Le Ann Nelson, Sarah Catherine Terrell, Dana Lee Rounsavill, Gail Ann Vanderstoep, Lynn Marie Zedler. 94 JtS Working together In a spirit of Christian service members of the Christian Science Organization seek to spiritualize thinking in the academic community. Weekly testimony meetings are the focus of the or- ganization ' s purpose of healing. At meetings speci- fic work is done to understand and solve current so- cial problems. This year noted Christian Scientists lectured to the group on campus. Officers were Timothy Charles Apgar, president; Carolyn Rebecca Dorman, vice-president; Ruth Ann Ledermann, treasurer; and Roland Tamplin Wolfe, member-at-large. Serving as advisor was Norman Wesley Minter. Christian Science Organization I FRONT ROW: Shellie Kay Burton. Lisa Kay Davis, Carolyn Rebecca Dor- man, Suzanne Frances Johns, Sayle Elizabeth Young, Nan Benjamin Jackson, Arlene Henneberger. Douglas Warren Place, Claire Denise Brooks. SEC- OND ROW: Brenda Joyce Sers, Roland Tamplin Wolfe, Susan Kay Starnes, Timothy Charles Apgar, William Olaf Kolberg, Pierce Butler Kolberg, Wil- liam Sidney Hopper, Joseph Royston Gathings, James Matthew Cartwright. 95 GDE Cordettes entertained gir ls during their spring rush. By serving as official hostesses and administrative aids, members of Cordettes actively support the Army ROTC. Requirements for membership are a 2.4 grade point average after a semester ' s work at the University. Fall officers were Jana Audrey Estes, commander; Julia Jean Newsom, executive officer; Ann Pate Watson, comptroller; Deborah Ann Rail, adjutant; Colleen K. Guild, information; Deborah Jo Smith, activities; Bernice Carroll Cartwright, supplies; and Randall Gwenyth Jones, pledge trainer. Included among the service projects was a work party with cadets and members of the University Baptist Church to clean up East Austin. Cordettes held drills, teas and picnics during the year. Other activities were a volleyball game with Angel Flight and a pledge kidnap breakfast. Cordettes A, 0 Tapping brought many new members into Cordettes. 96 GDE ' ' GDE ' s checked identifications during campus elections. The goals of GDE, a women ' s service organization are to promote friendship, offer leadership, and pro- vide service to the campus, community, and other members. Girls from GDE babysat at Extend-a-Care and the Cooperative Day Care Center, tutored at the Human Rights Center, ushered for the Batts Film Se- ries, read to the blind, worked in the legal aids of- fice and with children at the Austin State School. Other projects included a fund drive for the Aus- tin Humane Society, a Lake Travis Clean-Up, assist- ing in campus elections, a Dads ' Day reception, a March of Dimes Fund Drive, the sale of UNICEF Christmas cards, and a clothes drive for the Human Rights Center. They also took orphans and children from the Aus- tin State School to the San Antonio Zoo, the Shrine Circus and arranged Christmas caroling trips and Halloween parties. Officers serving this year were Marsha Ann Smith, president; Venita Carlene Dasch, Dolores Pa- tricia Graf, and Linda Kay Rowe, vice-presidents; Cheryl Lynn Pritchett, treasurer; and Mary Beth Lanjdell, secretary. FRONT ROW: Marsha Ann Smith, Rita C. Castillo, Nancy Jo Cox. Peggy Anne Schulz. Vickie Ellaine Kenner, Natalie Ruth Golden, Anne Elizabeth Pierce Jones. Joy Charmaigne Lilljedahl. Cheryl Lynn Hollabaugh. SECOND ROW: Kay Marilyn Levinson, Cheryl Lynn Pritchett, Beverly Jan Jackson, El- oise Hajek, Venita Carlene Dasch. Margaret Mary Flanagan, Mabel Sun Eng. Peggy Jane Beaird. Therese Georgiana Brendler. THIRD ROW: Brenda Louise Malmstead, Marianne Taylor, Cynthia Lee Simpson, Laura Louise Smith, Bari Ann Walters, Rebecca Marie Fernandez, Janice Gayle Caswell. Martha Catherine Jones, Dolores Patricia Graf. 97 98 Crow ' s Nest A co-operative house as well as a social club, Crow ' s Nest brings together midshipmen of the University ' s Naval ROTC unit. ' Residents this year participated in intramurals, the Buc- caneer Drill Team, Scabbard and B lade Society, and Texas Cowboys. Social activities included parties held at the house during the year. Officers were Elton Thrasher Page, president; Francis A. Bogar, vice-president; Gilbert W. Bailey, treasurer; Kevin John Kelley, work manager; and David R. Sheppard, food buyer. Lt. Luke Horrell Miller served as advisor. 1. Mark Charles Thoman 16. 2. David Raymond Sheppard 1 7. 3. Arthur Armatage Taft 18. 4. Frederick Robert Morse 19. 5. Daniel Thomas Puleio 20. 6. Robert Michael Garrison 21. 7. Robert Milton Hatch 22. 8. Wayne Edward Anderson 23. 9. Leslie J. Schaffner 24. 10. Joseph C. Koen 25. 1 1. Jerry Dean Slater 26. 12. Carl Robert Beveridge 27. 13. James Patrick Voss 28. 14. Eugene Frank Behal 29. 15. D. Bruce 30. MacKenzie-Sraham 31. Elton Thrasher Page William Davis Barren Robert Larry Hopkins William Fred Arnold Floy Lee Metheny John Richard Carrillo Michael Anthony Tatone Gilbert Wesson Bailey Francis Alan Bogar Steven F. Hoipkemeier Franklin B. Wootten Kevin John Kelley Lenn M. Lanahan Robert W. Pratt Bruce Allen Cauley Donald Wayne Nobles Longhorn Band The highlight of the Longhorn Band ' s year was during the Christmas holidays when 100 members traveled to Lima, Peru, for an eight-day goodwill tour to raise money for the victims of the Peruvian earthquake. Besides raising $15,000, the band re- ceived enthusiastic ovations and a tour of the presi- dential palace, the first tour of the palace since the present regime took control in 1968. The Longhorn Band, one of the oldest organiza- tions on the University campus, is made up of about 290 students. In the fall, the band is involved in the weekly half-time shows at the Longhorn football games. Responsible for the unique style of the Show- band of the Southwest are Vincent R. DiNino, direc- tor; James G. Hejl, assistant director; Arthur Steven Rode, drum major; and 30 student section leaders. In the spring, the band goes indoors for concert season. This year the band was split into three units, two concert bands and a smaller jazz ensemble. The concert season was climaxed by the annual concert at Municipal Auditorium. Selection to the band is by audition in the spring. Incoming freshmen go through an initiation period in which they wear orange and white and perform at pep rallies. During their initiation period, they are given instruction concerning the history and func- tions of the Longhorn Band by freshman advisors. 1 James G. Hejl, Assistant Director 100 SECTION LEADERS: FRONT ROW: Kenneth A. Williamson, Peter Robert- son Baker, Michael Wayne Hargett, John Edney Brown, Troy Daniel Penning- ton. Steve Mason King. SECOND ROW: Eddie Davis. Stan Clay Hamblin. Charles A. Sebek, James Lane Littrell, Earnest R. Fuentes. THIRD ROW: John Wesley Fisher, John Harry Richardson. Robert V. Embleton, Scott In- gersoll Harmon, Clifford Lee Parrott, David Ross Stevenson, Gregory B. Molyneaux. FOURTH ROW: James Russell Dees. Ronald Clark Keeney, Kerry Linn Kennedy, Byron Elliot Short, Justin Scott Wilson, Max Otto Rein- bach, Thomas Edwin Word, William Christopher Pederson, Michael Gene Figer, Billy Carl Tune. Arthur Steven Rode. 101 Charles Ament Graham Avery Wayne Bachman Barbara Baird Herb Baker Rob Baker Nanette Ball Roger Barker John Beck Marilyn Birdsong Nick! Blitch John Boggt Stan Bond Ron Bravenec Bill Brent Bill Britcher Amy Brown Darrel Brown Jay Brown Terry Bryant John Bu ord Tommy Burkholder Betty Burks Mike Cantrell Gwena Cearlay Raul Champion Tony Chauveaux Glen Clark Ber Cleland San Cleland Blanche Cohen Richard Condit Kevin Connolly Rickie Cooper Charlie Co pel and Kim Corder David Couch Stan Coi Roger Coyner Lee Grain Amy Croly David Currey Cham Dallas Bob Dalrymple Richard Dalton Craig Davis Carl Day wood J ames Deal Jim Deei Edward DeMoll Terr! DeVane Frank Dittmar Lucy Domask Mike Dorsett Debbie Duenting Harley Eckhart Andy Edburg Marilyn Edwards Fred Ellis Robert Embleton Kyle Evans Artie Fielder Mike Figer Ken Fisher Randy Fisher Michael Rint Deirdre Fotescu Robert Fox Charlie Frederick Ernie Fuentes Gary Funderburlt Ken no n Garrett % 1 Am TC i DiNino ioined the stage band at the band ' s Freshman party. 102 A glimpse of freshman initiation . Conrad G.ig.r DM. Gibbon, Sarah Gilo Bob Silliam Pit Siraudin P.ggy Goath. Gary Soff Jaanina Goff B.v.rly Gra.n Mary Gr..nwood Clifford Gribbl. K.n Griffin Sh.rry Grona Paggy Haardt Eric Ha.gst.rta Donna Hamann Slan Hamblin St.v. Hamblin Mill. Hamilton Mil. Harg.n K.ith Harmon Scott Harmon Harrison Susan Harrison Don Hayn.i Larry H.ctor Jan Halm Dallas H.nd.non St.v. H.nd.non Doyl. Hank. Jo. H.rnand.i Nancy Hickol Bill High Kafhy Houzvick. Gary Husmann Jarry Jacobs Mary Jamas Kathi Jankins Jim Johns Jonas John Jonas Mik. Jonas 103 BAND COUNCIL AND FRESHMAN ADVISORS: FRONT ROW: Michael Anthony Rech, Justin Scott Wilson. SECOND ROW: Roxanne Louise Cle- land, Mary Helen Greenwood, Scott Ingersoll Harmon, Steven Scott Rich, Katherine Frances Houzvicka. 104 mmm The Longhorn Band serenaded Peru ' s First Lady during their South American tour Shari Jordan Ken J urgent Ron Keeney Kerry Kennedy Steve KIger Steve King Sue Kintlow Laura Kirklen Larry Kitten Steve Kline Larry Koeninger Don Kotfomann Bob Langley Milton Lindsey Lane Li tt re 1 1 Marie Love Paul Love Margaret Ludl Laura Ludwig Paul LuHrell Theresa Magliolo Tommy Marshall Bob Matthewt Dan McAngui Alan McCutcheon Debbie McDonald Paul McLaughlin Kathy Miller Steve Miller Greg Molyneaux Eric Monashfcin Paul Montgomery Gary Morgan Steve Morrison Chrii MuniOn Br.nda Murphy Claudia Murray Mika Nail Diane Nelson Tim Nawton Nancy Nugant Rogar Oiborn Gary Palafoi Nancy Palmar Glenn Pap. Steve Parish Cliff Parrott Chris Pedenon Ron Pambarton Paul Pendleton Troy Pannington Albert Powen Tim Pratar Mike Rach Mai Rainbach Slava Rich John H. Richardson John R. Richardson Kan Richardson Don Richay Bill Riassar Raad Rinn Jimmy Savage Carol Schmidt Alan Schoolcraft Chuck Sabak Bob Sherman Wayne Shirley Elliott Short Jay Silberberg John Silb.rb.rg Scott Simpson Dan Smith Gene Smith David Snow Edwin Spinlts David Stavanson Gary Stockton John Tarfton Cyndi Taylor Robin Teer Beverly Teller La. Terrell David Tarry Maria Thomson Rai Tillarson Jamas Tisdala Charlas Tooka Stanley Trekell Billy Tuna Nancy Turner Jamas Turpin David Underwood Vincent Varratt Karen Vickland Sandi Vina John Vivona Gilbert Ward Jimmy Wainblatt Maria Warkanthin Patrice Whisanant Kan Whitson Kan Williamson Mark Wilson Scott Wilson Larry Woodruff Tom Word Georgene Worthington Carol Wright Virginia Wright Rogar Yackei Chuck Yarling Randy Yatback Rosa Yorio Dads were honored with precision showmanship. Orange Jackets The primary purpose of Orange Jackets is to in- form its members of campus and community issues. OJ ' s, a select group of sophomore and junior women, base membership on scholarship, leadership, and service. The prime characteristic of all members is their desire to serve the campus and community. Orange Jacket activities for the year included raising money for the March of Dimes, serving as hostesses for Dads ' Day, and working in the campus election voting booths. Nancy Marion McClellan served as president this year; Virginia Christine Guess, vice-president; Deborah Ann Rail, treasurer; and Tyrrell Edith Flawn, secretary. Other Orange Jacket officers in- cluded Pamela Diane Mayo, program chairman, Ju- dith Gail Roberts, tappee trainer; and Cheryl Jo Jennings and Carol Ann Batty, contact officers. JM Members discussed projects at an informal meeting. FRONT ROW: Carol Ann Batty, Cheryl Jo Jennings, Tyrrell Edith Flawn, Ju- dith Sail Roberts, Pamela Diane Mayo, Virginia Christine Guess, Nancy Marion McClellan. SECOND ROW: Debra Ann Levin, Deborah Jo Smith. Jana Audrey Estes, Karen Gay Gordon, Sarah Sherman Martin, Mary Jo Beeson, Barbara Doris Lau, Jan Catherine Cocek, Patricia Ann Dennis. THIRD ROW: Marcella Mitchell, Linda Joyce Shelton, Patricia Elizabeth Jackson, Martha Ann Hill, Randall Gwenyth Jones, Brenda Elaine Trojanow- sky, Margaret Mary Flanagan. Andrea Maria Sidor, Catherine Elaine Alle- man, Amy Joan Brown, Sharon Adana Pearce. FOURTH ROW: Elysia Ann Irwin, Alice Patricia Her bolsheimer, Julia Jean Newsom, Debra Catherine Jones, Marilyn Faye Birdsong, Gwena Lynn Cearley, Susan Marie May, Re- becca Marie Fernandez, Jane Trigg Dunham, Pamela Ann Nutt, Maria Kay Munneke, Sharon Suzette Fagg. 106 FRONT ROW: Nassar Hassan Ata, Krishan Ahmad Malik, Nasim Oil. Nazlm Sulam Thawerbhoy, Suhail Afzal. SECOND ROW: Shujaat All, Ather Javaid, Aslam Khan Khalil, Syed Munis Ali, Derek Anthony DeSouza, Afzal Musa Thawerbhoy, Khawja Siddiqui, Mohammed Rafique Jangda. Helping new Pakistanian students settle In Austin is the primary purpose of the Pakistan Students ' As- sociation. The organization also strives to project the image of Pakistani students and better the relation- ship between Pakistani and American students. Any University student interested in Pakistani culture may join the club. Guiding the organization this year were Nazim Gulam Thawerbhoy, president; Suhail Afzal, treasur- er; and Krishan Ahmad Malik, secretary. Michael Allen Duggan served as advisor for the group. Social events included the celebration of Eid, a world-wide Muslim holiday in November and fre- quent soccer games. Pakistan Students ' Association 107 Parachute Team Organized at the University this year, the UT Par- achute Team stresses safety and precaution in prac- ticing the art of parachuting. The team competed in southwest area competi- tions, and they took trophies in every meet they en- tered, including a first place in Dallas. They also re- ceived numerous high ratings for accuracy. Officers were Leonard James Curvan, president; Aubrey Vaughn Ruple, vice-president; Claude Har- old McElfish, treasurer; and Steven Ray Cartwright, secretary. : re " :: ' ! ' A member of the UT team made his exit high over Austin. nn Ski-, - ; ' : FRONT ROW: James Andrew Ball, Jana Audrey Estes, Leonard James Curvan. SECOND ROW: Jesse Don Lyles, Aubrey Vaughan Ruple, Claude Harold McElfish. Randall Boyd Zeigler. Fred Weldon Leslie. 108 The Alan Scott Chapter of Public Relations Stu- dent Society of America exists to aid the student planning to work in the field of public relations. PRSSA enables the student to gain educational and practical experience in the field of public relations while at the University. The student is also eligible to join a professional chapter after graduation. PRSSA ' s officers this year were Joyce Sydell Her- ring, president; Robert H. Allison, vice-president; Peggy Jean Odell, treasurer; and Barbara Berger, (secretary. Alan Scott was the advisor and special as- jsistant was Sara Lynn Weidner. The activities included working for Communica- ion Week, Southwestern Journalism Congress and Interscholastic League Press Conference. PRSSA also produced a chapter newsletter and the national newsletter, " The Forum. " FRONT ROW: Susan Leigh Winterringer. Charlotte Ruth Hatfield, Maria Chantly, Barbara Berger. Peggy Jean Odell, Michelle Peres, Karen Joy Blu- menthal, Simon Philip H. Barker-Benfield. SECOND ROW: Kay Canter Sharp, Joyce Sydell Herring. Sara Lynn Weidner. Ellen Claire Samuels. Rob- ert Herman Allison, Alan Scott. Barbara Nell Burkett. THIRD ROW: Carroll S. Shershun, Leighton James Weiss, Woodrow Warren Anderson. Michael A. Pyzdrowski, Mark Randall Smith. 109 Posse Posse began the fall by painting signs along the Drag to promote varsity football spirit. The group also sponsored freshman cheerleader tryouts and or- ganized pep rallies for freshman sports. In the spring members supported varsity basketball and baseball. Posse, a spirit and service organization, is com- posed of freshman and sophomore men and women. Officers included Andrew Tillman Beck, president; Lee Weldon Bailey, vice-president; James William Little, treasurer; and Claudia E. Talley, secretary. Arno Nowotny served as advisor for the group. As part of their community service activities, Posse sponsored Halloween and Christmas parties and a skating party for Austin orphans. They also helped organize the Town Lake clean-up. 110 1. Ronald Turboff 16. 2. Charles Thomas Davis 17. 3. Susan De Wipperman 18. 4. Michele Faulkner 19. 5. William H. Adams 20. 6. Steve M. Robinson 21. 7. Martha Ann Mahon 22. 8. Mitzi Sue Leeds 23. 9. Cathy Lynn McClure 24. 10. Craig Alan Johnson 25. I I. Diane Leigh Burke 26. 12. Kathy Renee Loden 27. 13. Rebecca Shands 28. 14. Mary Lynn Bibbs 29. 15. Kimberly S. Hendricks 30. Christie Sue Wise 31. Judith Marsha Cohen 32. Sharla Kaye Walker 33. John Pierce Moore 34. Janis Saye Roberts 35. Martha Ann Hill 36. Zack T. Burkett 37. Lucy Carole Love 38. Charles Porter Wilson 39. Deborah Carol Gruss 40. Cathy Jean Salter 41. Betty Ann Nemes 42. Mary Elizabeth Bybee 43. Jimmy Carl Davis 44. John William Lander 45. Jeffrey Marlon Sabel Bruce A. Sifford Margaret Louise Blair Deborah Jo Silpin Augustus William Arnold Claudia E. Talley James William Little Edward Hugh Sauer Andrew tillman Beck Pamela Henry Peggy. Lynn McLeland Bradley L. Taylor Judith Elizabeth Coon Jane Ellen Foster Frank C. Fleming Ml 1. Kevin James Millin 2. Warren Lann Maupin 3. Barry Nelson Henry 4. Ricky Dale Delano 5. James Finley Erwin 6. William C. Dowdy 7. Bertrand Oliver Baetz 8. Theodore B. Miller 9. Mary Elizabeth Watson 10. Michael Thomas Casey I I . Lloyd Robert French 12. Charles Lee Martin 13. Alan George Thomas 14. Michael D. Crockett 15. Richard Miles Kaplan 1 6. Robert Steven Hicks 1 7. John Emerson Russell 18. Joseph Robert Franz 19. Michael Lynn Gaus 112 ' . Silver Spurs Founded 33 years ago, the Silver Spurs have con- tinuously played an active role in serving the Univer- sity and the community. The organization was under the leadership of Barry Nelson Henry, president; Rod Sellars Squires, vice-president; Sanford L. Got- tesman, treasurer; Jack Bernard Payne, secretary; and James H. Colvin, advisor. During football season the Spurs supervised Bevo, the University mascot. Their major service project was the celebration of Bevo IX ' s seventh birthday. All of the proceeds raised from the birthday rodeo were donated to the Travis State School for the Mentally Retarded. In the spring the Spurs sponsored a dance mara- thon during Round-Up. They also worked for the " Shamrocks for Dystrophy " drive and the Austin Special Olympics. 20. Dan Taylor Moody 21. G. J. Carter 22. Larry Dale Taylor 23. Charles Schreiner 24. Richard Dan Maxson 25. Michael S. Sweeney 26. Blair Gray Mercer 27. Edward Kelley Clark 28. Robert Howard Patton 29. John Alexander Jarvis 30. Don Roger Kuykendall 31. Marvin Srady Pipkin 32. Sammy Seidenberger 33. Jack Bernard Payne 34. Joel Clark Small 35. Harry Lee Craig 36. Robert John Sours 37. Sanford L. Gottesman 38. Bevo IX 113 A bus trip to Arkansas to support the Longhorns in their game against the Razorbacks was a high point of Spooks ' activities in the fall. An honorary service and spirit organization, Spooks is open to all freshman and sophomore girls. Outstanding girls are nominated and chosen twice a year in a tapping ceremony. These Spooklets are ini- tiated within seven weeks in a secret ceremony. Spooks ' social events included a United Nations party honoring all foreign students and a reunion for former Spooks. Service projects ranged from decorating the ath- letes ' locker rooms and cafeteria and painting the Drag for football games to organizing a speakers ' file in the Speech Building, working with the Office of Student Financial Aids, and assisting the APO service organization with elections. They also partici- pated in pep rallies, a Dads ' Day reception, and an Honors ' Day program. Officers for the year were, Anne Wythe Andrews, head haunt; Debra Ann Levin, vice-haunt; Randall Gwenyth Jones, banker haunt; Meredith Yates, re- cording haunt; Cynthia Lynn Crow, spirit haunt; Deborah Lynn Hein, royal spirit haunt; Janet Ann Moley, service haunt; and Nora Barrera, internation- al haunt. Advisor for the group was Kay Mayne. I Members painted booths for the campus-wide blood drive in April. No , ni Spooks decorated the varsity basketball locker room. 114 Spooks FRONT ROW: Janice Ann Dobrey, Patricia Ann Dennis. Charnita Spring, Nora . Barrera. None Glazer, Kay Mayne, Cynthia Lynn Crow. Anne Wythe Andrews, Randall Gwenyth Jones, Deborah Lynn Hein, Cheri Lynne Benge. SECOND ROW: Sarah Sherman Martin, Amelia Kay Lebowitz, Gayle Ann Rothenberg, Janis Ann Williams. Gene Ann Brown, Mary An- nette Bryan. Patricia Louise Pace, Laura Barbara Latta, Noreen Bee Mui Teoh. Janet Sue Dover, Janet Jean Powell. THIRD ROW: Joan Marie Shep- herd, Cheri Lynn Goudge, Maryann McConnell, Janette E. Lackey, Marga- ret Bee Wee Teoh. Kay Nester, Nancy Carolyn Delgado, Elizabeth Jane Daily. Kathy Sue Bergman. Jane Ann Horn. FOURTH ROW: Linda Little, Jeanne Diane Chatham, Lelia Ann Van Norden, Kay Charmain Waugh, Eliz- abeth T. Hutchins, Kathy Freeland, Nancy Jo Hall, Jan Lenore Skinner. Judy Lee Troth, Katharine Lynn Brown. FIFTH ROW: Betty Bremond, Melanie Hauser, Mary Anne Olsen, Vicki Gale Hall, Vivian Diane Hicks, Alma Susan Brown. Sandi Ruth Grimes. Mary E. Langford. Mary Catherine Cook, Debo- rah Kay Destefano. SIXTH ROW: Cynthia L. Henneberger, Sara Frances Kerr. Gail Ann Vanderstoep, Deborah Lynn Walker, Sarah Linn Rainey, Jan Claire Siebel, Toni Ann White, Nelda Wilson, Dianne Kathryn Covington, Sharon Suzette Fagg, Barbara Ann Edge . 115 UT Sailing Club Students interested in sailing can join the Univer- sity Sailing Club. The club teaches its members to sail and to improve their sailing ability. Fall officers were Steven T. Hougen, commodore; Jerry Issac Meyerson, vice-commodore; Oliver R. Froment, rear-commodore; Jennifer Lee Carney, secretary; and Robert Joseph Plomin, treasurer. The advisors were Barbara Hanson and Ted Hill. Competition in local and intercollegiate sailing regattas were an important part of the organiza- tional activities. In November the club placed first in over-all points at an intercollegiate regatta spon- sored by Southwestern Louisiana University. - FRONT ROW: Connie M. Sweeney, Cynthia Ann Arlitt, Frances Ava Avent, Mary Helen Greenwood, Debbie Daniel, Linda Louise Fannin, Margot W. Grubar, Linda Kay Rowe, Lucille H. Pasini. SECOND ROW: Ellen Gale Gerloff, Jerrell Israel Meyerson, Eugene Strode Pennebaker, Dirk Adrian Van Duym. Charles Harder Cobb, Paul B. Sarvis, Beth Ann Allred, Martha Caroline McKemie, Mary Kathryn Fortin, Rita Marie Moulder. Lewis Edward Browder. THIRD ROW: Ridge Matthew Kaiser. John Ronald Smith, Oliver Robert Froment, Gary Lee Gross. William Eu- gene McSparran. Stephen Carter Shenk, Stephen Thorsheim Hougen. Thomas Dawson Canby. Putnam Waldner Monroe, Robert Barclay Lineback. 116 1 - 4 UT Sports Car Club Interest in road sports is promoted by the Univer- sity Sports Car Club. Membership is open to all sports car enthusiasts. Officers for the year were Edward Thomas Nath- man, president; Mark Charles Peel, vice-president; and Lance Barend Tymniak, bouncer. Serving as ad- visor was Gene E. Hall. Activities during the year included a sports car clinic and beer bust in the fall. Meetings offered members a chance to see films and discuss their ex- periences. Several time-speed-distance rallies were held during the year. Cars departed UT campus for a fall rally. " ,- ' . ' FRONT ROW: Mark Charles Peel, Tim Michael Pugliese. Jon Gregory Henthorne. Gary Douglas Rode, Lance Barend Tymniak (in car), Michael Malcolm McCants. George Edward Tamayo. SECOND ROW: Edward Thomas Nathman, Daniel L. Amato, Gene E. Hall, Paul Dion Penaloza, Michael Joseph Broil, Dutch A. Junge, Gene Howard Kincaid, Jeremy James Wood, Stephen Webster, Mark Alan Weisser, Byron A. Watson, Richard K. Wackerbarth, Mary H. Penoloza, Laura Shirley Seals, C. Aaron Penaloza, Dennis Lee Elam. 117 ' Student Christian Fellowship The members of Student Christian Fellowship at the University endeavor to experience spiritual growth and share their beliefs with other students. One of their service projects this year was work- ing with children in East Austin through tutoring and Big Brother and Day Care Center programs. Much time was spent providing religious services and counseling at Gardner House, the juvenile detention home for the Travis County area. Howard Burke Miller acted as coordinator of the group. Other members of the steering committee in- cluded Randall A. Yarbrough, treasurer; Sary Rand- all Horn, secretary; and A. J. Welch, advisor. Social activities included the International Stu- dent Banquet in November, fall and spring retreats, and Christmas caroling in East Austin. Members discussed their spiritual experiences. FRONT ROW: Braxton Dorsett Reid, Patricia Obera Downs, Rita Sue Prior, Larry Paul Fuller, John David Mack. Billie Keith Currey. Roland Clyde Orr. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Joan Crawford. Dianna Kay Ferrill, Debra Lou Griffith, Jess Adelbart McAngus, Rhonda Lynne Roberts, Stephen Job Loveless. THIRD ROW: Deborah Lane, Twyla Lynn Tranfaglia, Jeryl Drannon Hart, Edward Stephen Jett, Patrick Ernest McDonnell. FOURTH ROW: Gregory Vance Gabbart, John Richard Spencer, Edward Duane McMullen, Gary Randall Horn, William Birt Simpson. 118 The University Taekwon Do Karate Club offers University students and members of the Austin com- munity an opportunity to learn Taekwon Do Karate under experienced black and brown belt instructors. Emphasis is placed on body perfection and training. Officers this year were Michael T. Uselton, presi- dent; Jack David Bryant, vice-president; and David James Mayhall, treasurer. The advisor was Lawrence Verne Leach. The club attended various professional karate tournaments throughout the year. Organized in 1969, the club has trained over 800 students. University Taekwon Do Karate Club Members demonstrated the art of Taekwon Do. Michael T. Uselton John Louis York Paul DeBaca Jack David Bryant James David Mayhall Lester M. Langdon Fell Heston Kenneth R. Maxfield Sharon Uselton Michael Jay Waugh Mary Lim Michael Vance Woolwine Tina Williamson John Reid Ken Barker Ernest Brett Clark Quincy Wickson Saide Marshai Jimmy Lee Rumsey John Allen Roberdeau Lawrence R. Jeffery Neal Watt Bryan Baker Jerry Murphy Lawrence Verne Leach Roger Allen Wenzel David Barnett Nagel David Simmons Bobby D. Yount Bill Clyde Barnabee Arnold Cuba Marvin Bowley Null William David Middleton Gary David Hales David Foster David Blackburn 119 Tejas Club Tejas Club serves as a residence for outstanding men on campus. Membership is extended to any male student who exemplifies the friendship and re- sponsibility present members have achieved. New members are initiated each semester. Officers were Shawn Russel Casey, president; Ronald Glenn Franklin, vice-president; Julian Lock- wood, treasurer; and John A. Bricker, secretary. Events during the year included the J. O. Garret dinner in April to honor the outstanding member and weekly coffees with university-associated speakers and special guests. A Tejas member and his date spent a leisurely afternoon at the house. Tejas members and guests reflected the Christmas spirit. 120 FRONT ROW: James Lemoyne Roberts Isbell, Jeffery Lee Hart. Rex Wayne Tillerson, William Austin Ligon, Sary Virgil Lehmberg, John Winston Jones. SECOND ROW: Kendall Craig Davis, Frank Barlow Rynd, Julian Lockwood, Robert Wallace Osborn, Ronald Glenn Franklin. Steven Scott Rich, Ronnie Ray Volkening, John Norman Feather, Scott Ingersoll Harmon, Thomas Joseph Williams. THIRD ROW: Walter Robert Helmick, John Cal- vert Rutledge, Christopher Hempel, George Adams Richardson, Shawn Rus- sel Casey. Steve Mason King, John Byron Mayo, John Alexander Bricker, Thomas Charles Turner, Angus Murray Sladen, Max Otto Reinbach. 121 Texas Cowboys The distinctive " boom " of Ole Smokey signifies the presence of the Texas Cowboys and their sup- port for the University. An honorary men ' s service organization, Cowboys celebrated their fiftieth anniversary this year. Mem- bers are selected each semester on the basis of lead- ership and must be willing to serve the University and city of Austin. Officers this year were James Michael McMahon, foreman; Robert David Campbell, strawboss; Jack Gregory Lee, shotgun; William N. Burney, horse- wrangler; and Frank A. Stroube, camp cook. Arno Nowotny and Jack G. Steele served as advisors. Cowboy service activities included a trip to the Shrine Circus and an Easter egg hunt with retarded children. They also helped with the Austin Special Olympics. The Cowboy Minstrels, featuring the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and the Cowboy barbeque sponsored during Round-Up benefitted the Austin Association for Retarded Children. 1. Michael Jay Tobor 14. 2. Laurence W. Nixon 15. 3. Kenneth Brown Meyer 16. 4. Robert Allen Wise 17. 5. Stephen Collins Owen 18. 6. William M. Burney 19. 7. John C. Thomas 20. 8. Thompson Bond Temple 2 1 . 9. Jay Stein Cox 22. 10. Michael D. Rutledge 23. 11. Thomas Charles Ray 24. 12. Dan Stephen Steakley 25. 13. James Richard Seeman 26. Scott Notley Morse Stephen Cal Chalmers Jay Steven Johnston James Michael McMahon Dixie Ann Presley Robert David Campbell Robert F. Wheless Joe Fenley Flack Charlie E. Crenshaw Frank A. Stroube Julius Heyward Taylor William Thomas Kaufman Robert Leo Kaminski 122 ' - , - ' i I Mdw I : -: ' 27. Robert T. Halpin 40. 28. Stacy Slenn Hunt 41. 29. Mark Allen Kristen 42. 30. John L Kuhlman 43. 31. Walter Max Mischer 44. 32. George Allen Raffkind 45. 33. Harold H. Sinsburg 46. 34. Stephen Gerald Ray 47. 35. Alfred Patrick McEvoy 48. 36. Tom Healty Whiteside 49. 37. Daniel Rome Terwelp 50. 38. Bruce Warren Anderson SI. 39. Stephen Krier Max Otto Reinbach Richard A. Yarbrough Charles Claude Hull Allen Sanders Kent Robert D. Dransfield Larry Wilson James D. Berry Robert Wayne Barnes Gerald Victor Stone William Edward Rosenthal Jack Gregory Lee Robert Lee Sutton Young Americans For Freedom The Young Americans for Freedom, nationwide conservative youth organization, attempted to pro- mote their views on campus this year through de- bates, speeches, and other forms of political expres- sion. Projects included a protest of Red China ' s ad- mission to the United Nations, hosting of William F. Buckley, and publication of a newspaper, Right On. Fall president was David Alan Dillard, and Robert E. Caraway was president in the spring. Other offi- cers included Winston Craig Pickens, vice-president; Walter M. Schirra, treasurer; Patricia Ann Hogan, corresponding secretary; Linda Rae Jenson, re- cording secretary; Timothy Allen Quaite, publica- tions chairman; Joseph Vivian Davis, student activi- ties; and Jack W. Gullahorn, national secretary. YAF gathered informally after a meeting for refreshments. 1. Walter J. Pieper 2. Timothy Allen Quaite 3. Bruce Arthur Perry 4. Catherine C. Henderson 5. Robert E. Caraway 6. Walter L. Moore 7. Robert West 8. Mary Patrice Diclterson 9. Robert Thomas Burton 10. Jack W. Gullahorn 11. David Alan Dillard 124 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS J KATHY FREELAND 125 Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sigma, one of the few professional or- ganizations which maintains a house for the residen- cy of its members, is open to both students and pro- fessors in chemistry, chemical engineering and other related fields. Robert W. Walker, president, aided the organization in striving for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession. Also elected as officers for this year were Steven R. Childers, vice-president; Jerald K. Gooch, trea- surer; and David L. Valdez, secretary. Rush was con- ducted each semester and pledges were initiated in a formal ceremony. Activities included assembling freshman chemistry exam booklets, participating in intramural sports, and planning social events. Members engaged in a volleyball game in the backyard of their house. FRONT ROW: Robert Stephen Lacey, Martin Edward Fox. Steven George Helm, Michael Gray McMillion. Robert Bridges Walker. SECOND ROW: Roger Alan Yackel. Patrick O ' Reilly Hillen, Edwin B. McClelland, John Mal- colm Joyce. THIRD ROW: David Lee Valdez, John Carl Gilbert, Jerald Knoll Gooch. Mark Travis Bentley, John Paul Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Wil- liam Frederick Freeman, Gene Weldon Bachman. Richard Thomas Gray, Dennis Owen McDonnell, Bryan Willis Ferguson. FIFTH ROW: William Jo- seph Peer, Michael Ray Goebel, Steven Roger Childers. Donald Ray Oakley, James Lawrence Brasfield, David John Fitzgerald. 126 Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi strives to acquaint members in the organization with the business world. Each mem- ber must be enrolled in either business or economics and carry a GPA not lower than 2.0. New members are selected each semester and are sworn in at a Court of Honor. The extensive pledge program re- quires the pledges to work in the business placement office and plan a service project for the semester. Besides planning monthly meetings, Richard V. Battle, president; Stephen H. Pouns, vice-president; Gary W. Jenson, treasurer; and Edward J. Slovacek, secretary; were in charge of service projects and so- cial activities each semester. John McCrory. spring president, addressed a meeting of Alpha Kappa Psi. FRONT ROW: John Kevin McCrory, Gary Wayne Jenson, Stephen Harold Pouns. Mary Ellen Marnell, Richard V. Battle, Edward J. Slovacek, Robert A. Peterson. SECOND ROW: Robert D. Chicosky, Craig Kent Shirk, John Wayne Warren, Ronald G. Janda, James R. Hicks, James M. Dyke, Richard G. Alletag, John E. Goode, Harry M. Green. THIRD ROW: Gary W. Ei- land, Patrick Ramirez, Gary M. Alletag, Luis Vallejo, James Gary Bounds, Robert E. Golden. David G. Bleckley, Billy D. Harvey, Gaylon Clifton, Ro b- ert Carson OuaNs. FOURTH ROW: Harold J. Rakowitz, Joseph C. Kyle. William Clint Forrest. Patrick R. Stehling, Gregory A. Kozmetsky, William Kirk Malish, John M. Gillespie, Randal W. Winn. Ronald J. Shettlesworth, Russell M. Aboud. Gerald Conrad Schoppe. FIFTH ROW: David Claude Bastress, Charles T. Stone, Michael E. Simpson, Michael D. Meyer, Jerry W. Kunschik. Donald L. Gillespie, Walter Myles Standish, Forrest Ray Walk- er, David R. Coleman, Mark A. Vanderdrift. 127 Alpha Phi Tau Alpha Phi Tau members, whose main purpose is To acquaint pre-medical technologists with new aspects of the profession, directed the medical technology correlation course Micro 001 this year. Angie Smith, supervisor of the Austin State Hospital ' s School of Medical Technology, was a guest speaker in the fall at a meeting of the organization. Karen Kay Tompkins, president, was aided by Mae Hang Woo, vice-president; and Karen Eliza- beth Moore, secretary-treasurer, in organizing ac- tivities for the year. Spring activities included a trip to San Antonio Aerospace Laboratory and speakers from the San Antonio School of Medical Technology. Pre-medical technologists worked in lab during their Micro 001 course. FRONT ROW: Karen Elizabeth Moore, Karen Kay Tompkins, Mee Hang Woo. Karen Marie Strawbridge. SECOND ROW: Nancy Nell Kidd, Donna Gayle Klesel, Steven Paul Tillman, Peggy Lynne Kuehn, Mike Angel Valadez. 128 Alpha Rho Chi One of the major projects of Alpha Rho Chi this year was the partial restoration and renovation of a building constructed in 1872. The building, convert- ed to an architectural studio, serves as a meeting place for faculty of the School of Architecture. Upon completion it will serve as the chapter house. The Dinocrates chapter of Alpha Rho Chi stresses involvement in the academic and professional prac- tice of architecture. Membership is open to students of architecture and the allied arts at any period dur- ing the academic year, according to president Larry Wayne Gooch. A ceremony is held every semester initiating the students into the chapter. This year the chapter was commissioned by an ar- chitectural firm to assist in presenting a city plan- ning project for San Marcos. Other officers were Dwight B. Micklethwait, vice-president; Walter-Kelly Gerber, treasurer; and Jerry Brent Dorsey, secretary. TOP ROW: Brian Chalk Thomas. Larry Wayne Gooch. BOTTOM ROW: Walter- Kelly Gerber, Bruce Dean Nagel, Dwight B. Mickelthwait, Doyal Edward Nelms. 129 .... FRONT ROW: Ann Marie Patterson, James Stanford Fisher, Slenda Carol Cashiola. SECOND ROW: Gary Wayne Johnson, Shawn Thomas Harrison, David Louis Beery, Walter Edward Hammond, Bill Eugene Wilcoxson, Rich- ard Harry Schneider, Stanley G. Wright, Robert Campos Trevino, Robert Arnold Parrett. THIRD ROW: Michael Allen Baker, Jimmy Charles Narra- more, David Wayne Collins, Richard Alvin Young, Robert W. Hughes, Bruce Wayne Graumann, David Ronald Logan. " ! i Founded in 1963 by a ' merger of the American Rocket Society and the Institute of Aerospace Sci- ences, the student branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics links aerospace en- gineering students with professionals in aerospace fields. As a national society, AIAA includes leading scientists, engineering and technical managers of the country ' s aerospace program. With Jimmy C. Narramore as president this year, the club sponsored various professors from technical fields of interest to speak at each monthly meeting. Other officers this year included Walter E. Ham- mond, vice-president; Nancy M. Tamburello, trea- surer; and Jerry L. McDowell, secretary. AIAA John Reilly, Space Shuttle expert, discussed his job with an AIAA member. 130 AlChE Ted Siff of the Legal Research Board briefed engineering students on TexPIRG. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is a professional society open to any student in chemical engineering. The society ' s main goals are helping students decide which field of chemical engineering to work in and emphasizing good professional ethics. Ronald L. Buls, president; along with Joseph D. Paciotti, vice-president; Steven G. Helm, treasurer; and Linda L. Fraser, secretary, conducted meetings on the second Friday of each month. This year ' s so- cial activities included a " back to books " bash in September and an " end of school " picnic in May. FRONT ROW: Virginia Beth Buchtler, Gary Michael Blythe, Joseph Daniel Paciotti, Gregg Andrew Goodnight, James Gordon Noblett, Stephen Paul Ellison. Kenneth Ewing Martin, Robert William Graham, Dennis Owen McConnell, Cathy Lynn Chadwick, Ronald Lester Buls. SECOND ROW: Steven George Helm, Raul Antonio Vasquez, Albert Burr Cullender, Linda Lee Fraser, Steven Wayne Meers, Ronald Carlton Meadows, John Philip Bollmeier, Carlton Ellsworth Thompson, Alfonso J. Wongvalle, Michael C. Bartel, Michael Ray Goebel. THIRD ROW: Roger Everett Prior, Paul Wayne Fisher, David Joseph Faria. Robert John Haskin, Sammy Kay McSpadden, William Winfield Burns, Donald Charles Wahrmund, James Edward Murray, Gary George Hewer. Louis Roland Hobbs, Timothy Robert Weddle, Ronald Dalton Jones, Frank W. Nobles. 131 AID All second year students enrolled in the study of interior design are eligible for membership in the Association of Interior Design. According to Rich- ard Lane Dickson, president, new members are taken in at the beginning of each semester. The AID Halloween party, in conjunction with the state conference in October, was one of the high- lights of the year. Other activities included a Christ- mas bazaar, a field trip to San Antonio to see design studios, and an AID student weekend. Assisting the president were Richard Lee Grett, vice-president; Perry Joe Shaffer, treasurer; and Laura Marie Craig, secretary. Interior design students experimented with a silk screen project. . An AID member presented her interior design project in class. 132 AIME - ' a I B H H BH Gene Pennabaker. head of the Humble Recruiting team, spoke to students about job interviews. All petroleum engineering students were eligible this year for membership in the UT chapter of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Pe- troleum Engineers. AIME is dedicated to promoting the arts and sciences of mining, metallurgical and petroleum engineering. It also offers the engineer- ing student the opportunity to recognize the chal- lenges that await him personally as an engineer. This year ' s main activity was a field trip to an au- tomated oil field near Eagle Pass. The monthly meet- ings were presided over by Glen Howard Perry, president; Edwin Dyer Moore, vice-president; Jesse L. Roberts, treasurer; and Robert Murray Wagner, secretary. FRONT ROW: Oscar Washington Garzon, Hiroshi Ohicuma, Krishon Ahmud Malik. Jose Luis Bauza Bashbush Rebecca Lu Beard, Donna Cheryl Dillon, Jose Rosario Hernandez, Pablo Proano. Wendell Wesley Hall. SECOND ROW: Philip Charles Crouse, Robert Murray Wagner. Michael Eugene Han- egan, Gary Wayne Palmer, Reagan Edward Rawe, Santiago Jesus Solis, Heinz Maximiliano Teran, Barry Edward Chovanetz, Edwin Dyer Moore, Joe Ray Harris. THIRD ROW: Glen Howard Perry, Hilmar Von Schonfeldt, John Joseph Ciavarra, Michael Dan Haas, Wayne Albert Greenwalt. Harry J. Payne, John Charles Hunter, Jesse Luther Roberts. Nguyen Bao Ngoc. 133 ASCE The American Society of Civil Engineers started the year with a fall picnic following the Texas-Texas Tech football game. John Dudley Noell served as president and other officers were Adrian John Huckabee, vice-president; Jack Palmer Randall, treasurer; and Jeryl Drannon Hart, secretary. Ac- tivities included an Atlantic Richfield Clean Air Caravan, a tour of Memorial Stadium and regular monthly meetings. Assisting the organization as ad- visor this year was Patrick Riley Atkins. The UT student chapter of ASCE provided a forum for discussion between guest speakers from the civil engineering field and interested students. It also provided fellowship with students and faculty on an informal level. Membership is open to civil and architectural engineering students. ASCE members challenged the faculty to a basketball game. FRONT ROW: Robert Ragan Broyles, Adrian John Huckabee, Sharon Lynn Koteras, Jack Palmer Randall, John Dudley Noell. SECOND ROW: Glenn Junior Long, James Deward Boatman, Michael Garrett Broaddus ' , Robert Stanley Wright, Warner Gordon Derr, John Norman Furlong, Rale Sterling Gideon. THIRD ROW: Richard Duwaine Potter, Charles Russell Maddox, Fuad Eid Kefayeh, John Arthur Van De Wiele, Mark Gideon Goode, John Paul Zaniewski, Barry Robin Pier, David Vernon Seiler. FOURTH ROW: Troy Robert Ulmann, Hendrik Raoul Zijderveld, Ghassan Mohamed Mahdi, Saleh Mustafa Abu-Hamdeh, Rudolf Tschoerner, Patrick Riley Atkins, Byron Wil- liam Porter, John Norman Thornton. 134 FRONT ROW: Robert Courtney Olsen, Louis Gustav us Ogden, Patrick Cleary Grant, Thomas James Kreston, Lance Plowman Smith. SECOND ROW: Gary Neal Williams, David Arthur Scott, Manuel Pena Rios, Ebrahim Rahimi-Khamnei, Hamid Shirazi Fakoor-Bayat, Denis Steve Kopecki, Luis Eu- genio Reynoso-Lora. THIRD ROW: Nancy Jo Cox, Roy Lee Haws, Stephen Craig Walls. Joseph Stephen Williamson, Michael Lantz Kinane. Marvin Frank Rokyta. Eugene Strode Pennebaker. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Bruce Maclnnes, Don Philip Holmes, Michael Keith O ' Kelley, Johnny Roy Brezina, Samuel Louis Chase. Michael L. Miller, Donald Lee Verbick. FIFTH ROW: Richard Wayne Speyer, Herbert William Franseen, John William Heyt, Usama A. M. Tartir, William Reed Lang, Charles Robert Ulvertburch, Rogel- io Cisneros, Stanley Joe Spell, Thomas Roy Homer. ' ' ' To help the engineer keep abreast of modern technology, the American Society of Mechanical En- gineers provided activities for members to acquaint them with practicing mechanical engineers. This year ' s programs included the Clean Air Car Race and Alcoa ' s " Plant Engineering The Engi- neer ' s Responsibility. " A beer-barbeque was held in the early fall as their main social event. Along with president Patrick Cleary Grant, the officers for the year were Lance Plowman Smith, vice-president; Robert Courtney Otsen, treasurer; and Louis Gusta- vus Ogden, secretary. ASME W. W. McAlister. former mayor of San Antonio, stressed the importance of the engineer ' s social re- sponsibility in a speech to the UT ASME chapter. 135 The highlight of the Christmas formal was the announcement of outstanding pledge and active and fraternity sweetheart. Bill Anderlohr Bob Bean Scott Baauchamp St... Tom Zana Beck Fred B.nn Rand Bannett Ed Blair Tom Carlson Dick Carnicom Art Chartoff Max Courtney Rick Covington Jim De Frain Mike Dillingham Greg Doutal Jack Douthitt Larry Dugger Bob Dunn Layne Finlay Richard Folay John Gaulding Jim Wayne Harrison Jonny Hepler Ron Hyde Ron Jenningi John Kemp.r Frank Kubacak Mike Lynch Bill Mahavier Herman Martina Daryl McConn.ll Gregg McCumbar Jim Massina 136 Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity that chooses its members from qualified business admin- istration students, strives to promote professionalism in business. It encourages scholarship, social activity, and the advancement of students in business. The chapter ' s social calendar this year included match parties with Alpha Phi and Delta Zeta sorori- ties and Christmas and spring formals. At the Christmas formal, Theodore Max Poss was named outstanding active, Charles Bruce Abraham was named outstanding pledge, and Patricia Elaine Lodde was named fraternity sweetheart. Officers, Corbin Lee Douthitt, president; Joseph Harry Vorsas, vice-president; Leo Wayne Harrison, treasurer; and William A. Brock, secretary, planned each of the monthly meetings and were in charge of securing guest speakers. In the fall, Judge John Onion, presiding judge of the Texas Court of Crimi- nal Appeals, spoke at a meeting. Andy Mill.r Tim Mum L. Parish Mn PirUr Gary Pinnvll Ray Pirch.r Tom Ma. POM Bobby Port Jim Rang Star Root Pit Rick Smith K.nt Smith Louis Stellate Gorg Thorn Bill Toft. Manual Jo. Vonai Bob Bill Ward Charl.. Watt, John W.lch Bruc. Woody York 137 Jmi Barnatt David Bowman Richard Brummall Milt Buchanan Jo Burthalt.r Hank Cano Cariiila Clamant Jim Compton Prank Duncan Ron Failai Willil Soint Arturo Gonzalat Lawn Hall Rod Hammond CaHot HinojoM Archia Hoyt Ronald Janak Milton Jai Club members spent much of their time working in the Student Health Center Pharmacy 138 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical fraternity provides a place for the pharmacy student to learn of his pro- fession through fellowship and participation in out- side activities. This year the organization donated its time and financial assistance to the People ' s Free Clinic. It also participated in drug abuse programs for area high school students and civic groups. Officers elected at the end of the fall semester were James Richard Barnett, president; Robert Jimenez, vice-president; Jack W. Seely, treasurer; and Joe D. Burkhalter, secretary of the organization. Kappa Psi Rob.rt Jimanaz Kan Johnson Mark Jonas Yiu-Kay Kwok Randall Landmon Bruca Landrum Alvaro Liando Phill Liati Luii Martinaz Richard Martinaz Mika McBrida Bill McDonald Bill McFarland Charlai Mclaughlin Lan Mainacka Richard Moor Slann Muallar Alai Rodriguaz Polo Ruiz J. J. Saanz Milton SchuHz Jack Saaly Chi Chai Tiu David Wafion Gary Whita 139 IEEE Dedicated to promoting, preserving and dissemi- nating knowledge of the electrical and electronics engineering field, the University branch of the Insti- tute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, is open to any student pursuing a course in electrical engi- neering or an associated field. In addition to the monthly meetings presided over by president Thomas Gail Arthur, the organization hosted speakers from various industries, including Alcoa, Bell Telephone Co., and Humble Oil Co. Other officers were Thomas Boyd Nash, vice-presi- dent; Tom C. Horch, treasurer; John Albert Brogan, secretary, and Frank Leroy Grossman, student engi- neering council representative. Dr. Otto Friedrich served as advisor for the organization. Events and projects for the year included a beer bust in April, construction of a store in the Taylor T Room, and sponsorship of an IEEE Sweetheart in the Engineering Sweetheart Contest. OFFICERS: Frank Grossman, Thomas Nash, Thomas Arthur. John Gordon, John Brogan. FIRST ROW: John Albert Brogan, Thomas Gail Arthur, Thomas Boyd Nash, Frank Leroy Grossman. SECOND ROW: Kostas George Spanos, Donald Ray Francis, Daniel Alvin Barclay, Brian Gilbert Haas, Otto M. Friedrich, John Barnes Gordon. 140 Sherilyn Adcock Debbie Atkins Barbara Crabtree Mlckr Fortenberry Amparo Gonzalez Lynn Guess Barbara Laber Kay Mary Kober Olivia Mar+Inei Lynn Moyer Aurora Olivarei Pam Nutt Janet Park Sue Parker Sue Penn Claudia Rios Diane Schlecte Vicky Skelton Connie Spencer Deborah Stanley Sharon Stoona Fay Woo Sheila Young :gii. I An informal " Get Acquainted " party held in Sep- tember for women students in pharmacy was the first activity of the year for Kappa Epsilon. The ob- jectives of the organization included stimulating in its members a desire for scholarship, cooperating with the faculty, fostering professional conscious- ness, and providing lasting interest and friendship. Membership is open to all women in pharmacy who are enrolled in the professional sequences. Offi- cers Pamela Ann Nutt, president; Sheila Ann Young, vice-president; Belinda Bishop King, treasurer; Re- becca Ann Idar, secretary; and Alan B. Combs, ad- visor, planned a Halloween rush party so the pledges could get to know the actives better. Also included in this year ' s activities were Middle Earth and a pro- gram about birth control. Kappa Epsilon Pledges entertained actives with skits of pharmacy scenes. Ml FRONT ROW: Carlos 8. Garza. SECOND ROW: Mary Elisabeth Blair Mario Olivia Martinez. THIRD ROW: Juan Valerio. Michael Lynn Buchanan, Ronald George Janak. The main goal of the Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association, according to Carlos B. Garza, presi- dent, is to further the profession of pharmacy. Mem- bers also meet socially throughout the year to ex- change ideas between faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. Membership is open to any student enrolled in the College of Pharmacy. Students may join at any time, and no formal initiation is held. The club ' s activities included Showcase displays and participation in National Pharmacy Week and National Poison Prevention Week. Other officers were Michael Lynn Perkins, vice-president; Ronald George Janak, treasurer; and Maria Olivia Mart- inez, secretary. Members spent much of their time conducting laboratory experiments. LPhA 142 Mary E. Gearing Home Economics Chapter FRONT ROW: Hope Elizabeth Buess, Barbara Lynn Baldridge, Cynthia Ware. Pamela G. Under. SECOND ROW: Linda Bley Allen. Ann Ruth De- genhardt, Hedy Suzette Covan, Lillian Luis Reyes, Janet Lee Osborne. Nancy Shelley Fanning. In addition to providing several scholarships each year to enable deserving students to continue their study of home economics, the Mary E. Gearing Home Economics Chapter also presents programs dealing with current topics of special interest to home economics students. Membership is on a vol- untary basis and there are no special requirements. Officers were Janet Lee Osborne, president, Deborah Rae Hulme and Pamela G. Linder, vice- presidents; Hedy Suzette Covan, treasurer; and Bar- bara Lynn Baldridge, secretary. Included in the list of activities were a " welcoming barbeque " in Sep- tember, a talk delivered by Harry Briggs of the Col- lege of Business Administration concerning the wage-price freeze, and a Christmas party. Girls made " tower " centerpieces as one of their projects. 143 OFFICERS: David Charles Gambel, Richard Oscar Villarreal, Romeo Rolando Garza. Ricardo Joel Leal, Charles Joseph Daleo, David Lee Worsham, Carie Gipson Boyd. Phi Delta Chi Heading the list of social events for Phi Delta Chi was a rush smoker, a big brother-little brother ban- quet, a Round-Up party, and a Christmas pharmacy school party. Service projects for the Lambda chap- ter included working with the People ' s Free Clinic and hosting a party for the children at the Austin State School. Members of Phi Delta Chi also worked with the Pharmacy Council to serve the needs of the College of Pharmacy. David Lee Worsham, president of the chapter was assisted by Carie Gipson Boyd, vice-president; David Charles Gambel, treasurer; Charles Joseph Daleo, secretary; Richard Oscar Villarreal, master at arms; Romeo Rolando Garza, pre-late; and Ricardo Joel Leal, inner guard. Promoting the science of pharmacy is the main goal of the organization. Membership was limited to pharmacy students with a 2.0 GPA, said Alan B. Combs, advisor. Rudy Alamia Jack:. Baber Carl. Boyd Bill Carpenter Charles Daleo Terry Davit Victor DeLeon Terry Dub. George Durand Jarnet Erdelt Edd Fiih 0 vid G.mbel Carlo! Gana Romeo Gana Pablo Gonzalei Franciico Gonialei Robert Gonzalez George Guerre 144 Jimmy Harvlik Tom Hmmr G org Hohon Fid.l Hu.rta Stv Jacobton Craig La rid in Ricardo L al Harold Uwrs John Maas Manuc-l Martinez Jim Mor no Rult Mullini J.ff Pann.ll Jamei Rodriguez Alan Rointhal Randall Sandari Bruca Thompson Juan Valario Richard Villarraal David Wonham Charles Daleo received the best active award from president, David Worsham. 149 PEM Club OFFICERS: Sharon Werckle. Glenn Sefcik, Candice Koy, Eliza- beth Krauskopf, Daryl Moffit, Jalcetta Mangold, Sylvia Larkin. The Physical Education Majors Club coordinates professional interests of all members and attempts to create an active interest in the physical education profession. Interest is displayed by active leadership and service to the University, community, and state. This year ' s club, with Daryl Gene Moffitt presid- ing, sponsored two co-ed sports nights in the spring and fall. It also participated in a service project known as the Explorers which worked with high school students interested in physica education as a professional career. The final activity of the year was a banquet in April planned by officers Sylvia Maria Larkin, vice-president; Candice Dawn Koy, treasurer; Jaketta Kay Mangold, social director; Sharon Kay Werckle, newsletter editor; Glenn Allen Sefcik, intramural director; and Elizabeth Ann Kraus- kopf, publicity director. FRONT ROW: Sylvia Maria Lorlcin, Emily Hazel Staats. Joy Marie Knaak, Linda Dianne Dvorak. Sharon Kay Werckle, Deborah Kay McCall, Elizabeth Ann Krauskopf. SECOND ROW: Sandra Winifred Blalock, Sandra Carolyn Svalberg, Conrado Gutierrez, Thomas Raul Gardner, Wilbur Glenn Culpep- p r, Cancice Dawn Koy, Georgia Kay Medler. Patricia Ruth Freeman. THIRD ROW: Donna Raye Panlcratz, Caroline Jane Forsythe, Carol Ann Cullen, Anne Louise Totzke, Lexine Trisha Bohls, Rebecca Ann Bludau, Mari lyn Ann Marter, Karen Gayle Price. FOURTH ROW: James Edward John son, Robert Wayne Casseday, Carl Michael Moehle, William Edward Sand ers. Denis Ralph Poulos, Ralph Eugene Watson, Glen Allen Sefcik, Jame: Thomas Taylor, Daryl Gene Moffitt. 146 Sigma Alpha Eta A Halloween party was given for children at the UT Speech and Hearing Clinic. Students interested in speech pathology, audiolo- gy and the education of the deaf compose the mem - bership of Sigma Alpha Eta. Lear Ashmore, head of the UT Speech and Hearing Clinic, served as advi- sor to the organization this year. In addition to the monthly meetings, which con- sisted of- lectures and discussions centered around areas of interest to the group, Sigma Alpha Eta sponsored a regional speech and hearing convention in March on the UT campus. Planning the activities were Scott Andrew Haug, president; Carmen Salas Tyler, vice-president; Vic- tor Fernando Hincrjosa, treasurer; and Tiffany Nan Jones, secretary. Among these activities were a " Get Acquainted " party in September, a Hallow- een party for the children attending the UT Speech and Hearing Clinic, and a spring social in May. FRONT ROW: Kay Nester, Marcia Jeanelle Jeanes. Glenda Kay Mangham, Cheryla Dru Coskie. Sidney C. Allen, Jeannie Kay Glaze. Melinda Anderson, Sheila Gail Kerr, Mary Elizabeth Burns. SECOND ROW: Tiffany Nan Jones, Janet Rosenbaum, Shalia Kay Holloway, Scott Andrew Haug, Maryann Har- ris, Nancy Elizabeth Dalce. Patti Eileen Moos. THIRD ROW: Lilia Esther Gar- cia. Judith Ann Bryson. Judy Kay Adams, Maria Kay Munneke, Dean Kyle Kunze, Blanca Estela Sigala. Mary Julia Culbertson, Ronald Earl Lowe. 147 FIRST ROW: Marilyn Anne McMahon, Cynthia Sail McDowell. SECOND ROW: Karen Shirley Kastner, Judith Ann Schlechte. Deborah Dale Graham, Linda Diane Dillahunty, Sandra Lynn Friedrich. THIRD ROW: Swena Lynn Cearley, Susan Marie May, Diane Duke, Susan Frances Tobin, Rose Ann Scott. Scholarship, musicianship, personality, and char- acter are the basis for membership in Sigma Alpha lota, a professional music organization for women. Members of the organization caroled at the Texas State School for the Blind and made " Bold Note " charts for the SAI Braille Music Project. Diana Duke, president, was in charge of the monthly meetings which included guest speakers such as Hamze El Din, a visiting faculty member who presented a program on the music of the Nubja, and Peggy Brunner from the Southwest Texas State Uni- versity voice faculty. Formulating plans for the rush tea and initiation in early spring were officers Susan Marie May, vice-president; Gwena Lynn Cearley, treasurer; and Cynthia Gail McDowell, secretary. Sigma Alpha lota Prospective members were formally welcomed at a spring rush tea. 148 " -= Scott. Sigma Delta Chi As a professional journalism organization, Sigma Delta Chi brings student journalists together to dis- cuss the problems and solutions involved with the newspaper and broadcast media. Members in the organizations are selected from students intending to pursue careers in journalism. New members, selected in the fall and spring semes- ters, are initiated in formal ceremonies. Fall officers of Sigma Delta Chi were Cynthia Taylor, president; Arthur John Reetz, vice-presi- dent; Jan Jarboe Reetz, secretary and John F. Sulli- van, treasurer. SDX assisted with registration for the Southwest- ern Journalism Congress held in Austin. Other ac- tivities included joint meetings with the Austin pro- fessional chapter of Sigma Delta Chi and a program co-hosted by Theta Sigma Phi which honored retir- ing journalism professors. In November, a group of members and two faculty advisors attended the SDX National Convention in Washington, D. C. New journalism students were greeted at a reception by an SDX member. I FRONT ROW: Belva Mae Williams, Susan Belva Chambless, Karen Lynne Justice, Jan Leslie N. Schwartz, Beverly June Elam, Brenda Kaye Johnston, Jane Hall. SECOND ROW: C. Richard King, Nancy Jean Nugent, Cynthia Taylor, Jennifer Evans, Jo Arlene Clifton, Robert Ray Faulk, John Roland Tilly, Dorothy Koch Griffith, Steven Alan Wisch, David Leslie Powell, John F. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Roy Mark, Robert Wayne Plocheclc, Doris Joanne Ruhland, Rana Colleen Shields, Jan Jarboe Reetz, Gary Steve Barr, Lori Brown McVey, Bertha Ann Lopez, H. Clifton Avery, Russell George Todd, Arthur John Reetz. FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Marie O ' Malley, Stephen Law- rence Hogner, Frank Powell Banning, Nancy Jane Maples. Marigny Amort Lanier, Gerald W. Hunnicutt. John Marvin Pope. Mary Claire Anderson, Ro- dolfo Rios Garza, Robert Michael Patterson. Richard Arvil Finegan. 149 UT Student Landmen ' s Association The UT Student Landmen ' s Association holds as its objectives the advancement of the profession of land work in the petroleum industry; the support of education for the attainment of professional compe- tence in land work; and the support of the continued development of the petroleum industry. The chapter, headed by Thomas N. Taylor, presi- dent; Ron E. Touchon, vice-president; Larry Wayne Braun, treasurer; and William Dale Harvey, secre- tary; held monthly meetings. The meetings featured speakers who discussed some phase of the oil indus- try in connection with land work. Membership in the organization was limited to students enrolled in the Petroleum Land Management Program in the Col- lege of Business Administration. OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Thomas Taylor, Ron Touchon. SECOND ROW: Larry Braun, Billy Harvey. FRONT ROW: Mark David Blackbird, William Lee Campbell. Michael Wayne Englert, Dorsey Bryan Hardeman, Jimmy Steve Aldridge, William Larry Whitehead, Michael Andrew Ryan. SECOND ROW: Carl William Steinle, Donald Leslie Wilson, Dalford Dudley Jackson, Steven F. Findley, Al- phonse Frank Klam, Richard Alan Haynie, William Dale Harvey. Michael J. Maggard. THIRD ROW: Ron E. Touchon, Roy Carter Cline, Steve Allen Sadler, Harold Wayne McAden, William David Mullins, Sam Bryan Burk, Raymond A. Boisvert, Larry Wayne Braun. 150 FRONT ROW: Janet Lynn Hooper, Peggy Ann Ebensberger, Elizabeth A. Seigle. SECOND ROW: Martha Kathleen Moore. Janice L. Hague, Ann Henderson. UT nursing students worked at Braclcenridge Hospital during their training. One of the main projects of the UT Nursing Stu- dent ' s Association was participation in the March of Dimes drive in early spring. Other programs and ac- tivities included a fall picnic with Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-med fraternity; a slide show presented by the Big Buddies program; and participation on com- mittees in the School of Nursing. Martha K. Moore, president, said, " The main pur- pose of the organization was to maintain a strong bond between students and faculty and to enable students to better understand the nursing profes- sion. " Other officers were Mae Elizabeth Miller, vice-president; Peggy Ann Ebensberger, treasurer; Janice Louise Hague, secretary; and JoAnn Brewer and Sally Anne Marcinek, advisors. Texas Nursing Students ' Association 151 Theta Sigma Phi Members selected for Theta Sigma Phi, a profes- sional organization of women journalists, are picked on the basis of grades and desire to seek a profes- sional communication career.- The organization at- tempts to work for a free and responsible press, unite all fields of communication, encourage individ- ual efforts and recognize accomplishments. The main service project, according to president Gaylon J. Finklea, was the sponsoring of the Ten Most Beautiful Contest in the fall. Money from the contest was used for scholarships for women in com- munication. Other activities included a professional partner meeting with the Austin professional chap- ter and an internship discussion program with Sigma Delta Chi. The other officers, Shelley A. Green, vice-president; Mary Pat O ' Malley, treasurer; and Nancy E. Hedrick, secretary; were helpful in plan- ning the Communication Week program and the Re- gion VII Theta Sigma Phi meeting. Professor Olin Hinkle talked to Theta Sigs about his journalism career at a spring meeting. FRONT ROW: Bonnie Richards Chism, Judy Elaine Wingard, Judith Ann Moskowitz, Nancy Ellen Goldfarb, Marcia Diane Aronson, Shelley Anne Green, Cynthia Taylor. SECOND ROW: Jo Ann I. Cole, Gaylon Jean Fink- lea, Wanda Marie Freytag, Brenda Kaye Johnston, Deborah Gay White, Melinda Susan Oldfield, Patricia Marie Sepulveda. Nancy Louise Neff. Carol Carr Cody, Diane Breedlove Embry, Tracey Lizbeth Lane. Griffin S. Singe r. THIRD ROW: Jan Jarboe Reetz, Nancy Lynn Sanders, Linda Gale Cook, Suzanne Schwartz, Diana Eve Kerr, Elizabeth Jane Daily, Jamie Ka- thryn Carter, Bonnie Sue Cox, Beverly June Elam, Nina Beth Stansel. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Carroll Cartwright, Linda Louise Laws, Carol Joy Shaffer, Royce Anne Marshall. Mary Pat O ' Malley, Suzanne Marie O ' Mal- ley, Jo Arlene Clifton, Joyce Sydell Herring, Mary Amanda Balch, Dorothy Koch Griffith, Sara Nelle Lowrey. Karen Gernsbacher. FIFTH ROW: Patri- cia Ann Moseley. Sara Lynn Weidner, Shari Lynette Lambert, Ann Roberta Larson, Jan Kathleen Andrews, Rana Colleen Shields. Diane Elizabeth Leon- ard. Lisa Johnston, Carolyn Dozier Hunnicutt, Martha Lucille Gallier, Barba- ra Lynn Chrismas, Mary Ellen Alexander. 152 FRONT ROW: Relda Ann Fleshman, William Terrell Deane, Robert Wayne Gee, Bradford Lee Orlopp. SECOND ROW: H. Malcolm MacDonald. Wil- liam Howard Tanker, Forest McNeir, Dorothy Jean Kelly, Richard Lee Black. :-;. Any student entering the School of Law is faced with questions about admissions, the nature of the work, and various aspects of the legal profession. The purpose of the UT Pre-Law Association is to an- swer such questions. The association, presided over by president Wil- liam T. Deane, plans faculty firesides, sets up com- mittees to help with the law admissions catalogue, and secures speakers for meetings. Speakers this year included Dean W. Page Keeton of the UT School of Law, Barbara Kazen of the Travis County Legal Aid Society, and Justice Joe Sreenhill of the Texas Supreme Court. Other officers were Robert Wayne See, vice- president; Relda Ann Fleshman, secretary-treasurer; and H. Malcolm Macdonald, sponsor. UT Pre-Law OFFICERS: William Deane, Robert Gee, Relda Fleshman. 153 HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS HEDY CO VAN 154 Alpha Epsilon Delta is an honorary society for .pre-medical and pre-dental students who have completed 45 hours of work with a 3.0 grade point average. Entrance into the society is also based on character, general ability and personality. The Texas Alpha chapter brought representa- tives of state medical schools to the campus each semester. In April, a pre-medical convocation was held with all the medical schools in the state send- ing representatives. The AED ' s also helped organ- ize a blood drive in April. Orientation for freshman pre-med students was held at the beginning of the academic year. Officers were Robert Louis McClendon, presi- dent; George Clifford Thome, vice-president; Rus- sell David Calvo, treasurer; Grace Kathy Hender- son, secretary. Alpha Epsilon Delta MEMBERS Allan L Anderson John E. Angelo Frances A. Avent Robert W. Ballard Rebecca L. Barkley Thomas R. Barlow Jeffrey A. Barnes Frances L. Bayers Stephen C. Beasley Narlin B. Beaty Donald W. Bendure Clyde W. Bennett Donald F. Benton Stephen K. Brandt Charles W. Britt Charles C. Brookshire Addison C. Bryant Richard S. Burnham Russell D. Calvo Michael J. Chaney Anne E. Child Gary S. Chudleigh George E. Clark Charles H. Cobb Kyle W. Coker Jeffrey D. Cone Robert D. Cook Robert S. Darrow Edith J. Davis Morris R. Dixon Cynthia K. Duggins Robert Duran Betty J. Edwards Michael E. Elliot Marc D. Flach Denise Ford Norman G. Foster Richard J. Frachtman Bruce D. Friedman Glen O. Gabbard Rafael C. Galaviz David K. Godfrey Thomas B. Goleman Michael B. Gruber Glen D. Hall Steven G. Helm Stephen H. Helsel Grace K. Henderson Ronald I. Hoffman Patrick L. Holden Stephen T. Hougen Gene E. Huebner Nancy J. Hutchison Robert B. Jenkins Linda E. Jimenez David R. Jones Stephen M. Kiger Thomas D. Kimbrough Ben K. Knape Lome S. Label Pernell O. Larsen Larry Laufer Gary S. Leff Philip J. Leonard Jere H. Link Carlos M. Loredo Monica L. Lyons Ernest C. McCall James R. McClamroch R obert L. McClendon Martha K. McKee Roger H. Mendelson David J. Mikulencak Geoffry M. ' Miller Robert R. Millikan Paul C. Trickett and Donald A. Larson served as faculty advisors. Charles T. Moore Bert M. Morrow Benjamin D. Morton Jan E. Muhlbauer Dale R. Nance Robert L. Oliver Daniel G. Oshman Geoffry H. Oshman Fitzhugh C. Pannill Julia M. Penn Katharine D. Perkins Philip L. Reeves Louis R. Reveley George A. Richardson John M. Robinson Loddie F. Roeder Randall D. Rogers Ralph S. Rosenbaum Gary R. Rylander Lawrence R. Samuels Don M. Schaffer Richard W. Seifert Adrian M. Shapiro James D. Shaver Walter D. Shepherd Paul Schumann Edward L. Simes Larkin P. Skinner Kathryn L. Smith Michael G. Smith Richard J. Smith Susan P. Southwell Glen A. Stayer Allan H. Stephens Josephine Stripling Eileen F. Sullivan Michael S. Sweeney Paul A. Talboys Gary J. Thomason Janine E. Thompson Steven D. Thompson George C. Thorne Holland E. Toles Thomas C. Turner Ted W. Wallis Susan J. Walstad Judy M. Walther John R. Watson Tommey L. Weigel Jerry L. Wender Robert V. West Gary W. White Gary L. Womack Michael S. Young Mark P. Zabel Debbie Zlatkis FRONT ROW: Frances Ava Avent, Cynthia Kay Duggins, Grace Kathleen Henderson. SEC- OND ROW: Russell David Calvo. Robert Louis McClendon. Robert David Cook. 1SS FRONT ROW: Scott Vincent Murray, Joseph Allen Gibbs, Joel Frank Tor- now, Richard Louis Barisano, Glenn Orrin Burchard, Herbert Ernest Schneider, Bruce Lynn Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Dale Michael Vandehey, Phillip Lynn Snyder, Dana Michael Spears, Thomas Owen Werry, Wayne Ervin Sirmon, Joseph Martin Fassero. THIRD ROW: Peter Thomas De- makes, Richard Alan Faulk, Robert Daniel Watkins, Lawrence Preston Me- Arnold Air Society lancon, David Lansing McNeely, Kim M. McGregor. FOURTH ROW: Wil- liam L. Shuman. Bron Arnold Burke, Terence Paul Gorski, Wallace Franklin Reeves, Terry Eugene Maxfield, David Keith Holmes, Hal Edward Hagem- eier. FIFTH ROW: Steven David Novy, Richard Gregory Phaneuf. Richard Alan Vogt, Donald Bryan Nibblett, Clinton Edward McNabb, Garrett D. Polhamus, Jeffrey Lea Zickler, Michael John Mclntosh, Mark Lee Labaj. MEMBERS Richard L. Barisano Glenn O. Burchard Bron A. Burke Peter T. Demakes Richard A. Faulk Norman R. Flemens Joseph A. Gibbs Terence P. Gorski Hal E. Hagemeier David K. Holmes Mark R. Johnson Mark L. Labaj Terry E. Maxfield Kim M. McGregor Michael J. Mclntosh Clinton E. McNabb David L. McNeely Lawrence P. Melancon Scott V. Murray Donald B. Nibblett Steven D. Novy Kenneth H. Pearce Richard G. Phanuef Bruce L. Schmidt Herbert E. Schneider David A. Sheppard William L. Shuman Phillip L. Snyder Dana M. Spears Charles W. Stanley Joel F. Tornow Dale M. Vandehey Richard A. Vogt Robert D. Watkins Thomas O. Werry John P. Zaniewski Jeffrey L. Zickler SPRING PLEDGES Thomas R. Kuykendall Richard P. Laughlin David Martin Eric L. Monashkin Patrick J. Parma Alan L. Schoolcraft Jimmy Valero David L. Williams Although existing primarily as the honorary fra- ternity of the Air Force ROTC program, the John H. Payne squadron of the Arnold Air Society spon- sored several service and social projects through- out the year. Members of the society, who are cho- sen for leadership, scholarship and general excel- lence, sponsored a tutoring program for Austin high school students. While working with the Civil Air Patrol, the cadets also carried out emergency programs for victims of hurricane devastation and other rescue operations. Other service projects of the squadron included working with area Boy Scouts and at the Austin State School. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are initiated af- ter six weeks of training. A pledge dinner is held once every semester at Bergstrom AFB. At this time members of the women ' s auxiliary, Angel Flight, are also initiated. The Commander ' s Beer Call was held every Friday during the year. Officers for the fall were Richard L. Barisano, squadron commander; Joel Frank Tornow, deputy commander; Joseph Allen Gibbs, comptroller; Scott Vincent Murray, administrative officer; Bruce Lynn Schmidt, information officer; Mark R. John- son, Angel Flight liaison officer; Glen Orrin Burch- ard, operations officer and Herbert Ernest Schneider, pledge trainer. 156 As an honorary accounting fraternity, Beta Al- pha Psi promotes accounting for collegiate study and professional work. Members are initiated each semester after meeting the requirements of a 3.0 grade point average on all schoolworlc and higher than 3.0 in accounting courses. Commissioner James Needham of the Securities and Exchange Commission was named an honorary member of Beta Alpha Psi by the Theta chapter during the fall semester. Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes addressed a joint meeting with the National Association of Accountants in February. A directory of the alumni of the group was pre- pared for the first year as a service by the frater- nity. A recruiting program designed to bring eco- nomically and educationally disadvantaged stu- dents to the accounting department at the Univer- sity was also started this year. Officers for this year were Donald Ernest Wag- ner, president; Terry Frank Satterwhite, vice-presi- dent; William George Morgan, treasurer; Patricia A. Wade, recording secretary; Julia Faye Hoi- comb, corresponding secretary. Jack C. Robertson served as the advisor. Beta Alpha Psi MEMBERS Gary L Benn James C. Grain John L. Cubbison Ronald S. Davis Joe L. Fore Martin I. Glass R. Allan Goeriz John F. Gurasich Harry I. Harelik Ed Hildebrandt David E. Hoffman Gary W. Hoffman Julia F. Holcomb Gilbert H. Holland William C. Letzkus Jeffrey N. Loomis Gregoria Merced Benjamin H. Moore William G. Morgan Dennis H. Patz Peter Perez Lawrence F. Potts William D. Ratliff Daniel R. Reese Terry F. Satterwhite Edward J. Slovacek Walter J. Sunderlin Patricia A. Wade Donald E. Wagner Charles F. Walts Patti L. Witte James P. Wyche FALL PLEDGES Elliot M. Abrams David H. Belding Larry J. Billa Lloyd A. Denton Francisco V. Diaz Thomas J. Dimiceli Robert F. Donathan Dana K. Dougharty Larry L. Gibson Terry L. Green Don B. Hair Beverly K. Highsaw Kevin A. Hutson Akira Ishikawa Sarah E. Johnson Larry G. Jones Peggy J. Joyce John L. Keating Stephen M. Kelly Timothy R. Kenny Jeffrey H. Larkin William L. Lomerson Gaylord L. McCabe Martha L. Moore Fredrick S. Orleans Patricia S. Poling Robert C. Quails Gregory G. Raindl Alan J. Robin Patricia G. Ryan Jillian H. Seymour Alfred L. Shacklett Patricia S. Smith Stephen M. Smith Paul F. Steinhoff Robert C. Sturdivant John C. Sugg Alan C. Sundstrom Leonard M. Teninbaum B. David Vise Gregory F. Walsh Norton Wells Donald E. Williams Robert H. Womack Timothy P. Zainer SPRING PLEDGES Javier Aguilar Vincent W. Archer Donald L. Barley Jennifer A. Bell Olen C. Billingsley Edward J. Blocher Jack W. Callahan Michael D. Cannon Donald R. Daum Janie Douglas Doyle D. Epps Vicki L. Funke Edward L. Harris Richard H. Hill Stephen N. Holland Randolph B. Huff Gary W. Jenson Marshall J. Karin Milton D. Lawler Wilton G. Lawler John H. Litzler Gary J. Martin Ronald L. McClure Michael J. Nussbaum Mary H. Parker David N. Peck James H. Pouns George W. Ruppert David M. Smith Walter M. Standish Thaddeus A. Tatum William L. Teeling Marcia C. Threadgill Robert M. Tiemann Victoria L. Walker Robert F. Wasson FRONT ROW: Jack C. Robertson, Patricia Wade, Julia Holcomb, ROW: Donald E. Wagner. Terry Satterwhite. Morgan. SECOND 157 - Beta Gamma Sigma raduating seniors with at least a 3.0 grade point average and who rank in the top ten percent of their class, graduate students, and doctoral can- didates, all in the field of business administration, make up the membership of Beta Gamma Sigma. The purpose of the Alpha chapter is to recognize such scholastic achievements. Election of new members takes place in the fall and spring semesters. Formal initiation is in spring. Officers for this year were James Rudolph Kay, president; Edward Lee Summers, vice-president; and Jim G. Ashburne, secretary-treasurer. I FACULTY MEMBERS Mark I. Alpert Jim G. Ashburnej P Edward J. Blocher Grady D. Bruce Jack W. Cashin Eli P. Cox Lanier Cox Lawrence L. Crum Edward W. Cundiff Gary M. Cunningham James A. Davidson R. Conrad Doenges James C. Dolley James A. Rtzsimmons David G. Fulcher Charles H. Griffin Waylon D. Griffin Charles W. Hackett Roy D. Harris Karl E. Henion Cary A. Hoffman William T. Hold Gary L. Holstrum Arch W. Hunt James R. Kay George Kozmetsky Elizabeth Lanham Kermit D. Larson Francis B. May Richard W. McEnally Ralph H. Mengel Robert D. Mettlen Russell M. Moore William B. Olson Robert F. Pethia Jack C. Robertson Richard W. Scamell Charles H. Smith Raynard M. Sommerfeld Burnard H. Sord Lewis J. Spellman John R. Stockton G. Fred Streuling Edward L. Summers William L. Talbert Russell Tollefson Sidney J. Trahan Ernest W. Walker Glenn A. Welsch Thomas H. Williams Robert E. Witt Harold A. Wolf Charles T. Zlatkovich MEMBERS Gerald L. Argall Jay H. Benson Steven P. Boney Michael J. Bragagnolo James C. Grain Dana K. Dougharty Thomas Eschenbrenner David C. Farries Vicki L. Funke Robert H. Graham Geoffrey K. Guinn Preston R. Johnson Sarah E. Johnson Larry J. Leon John T. Lovell Robert C. Matthews Thomas C. Mazurek Roger N. McMennamy James M. Mullins Charles R. Ofner Patrick T. Perot John E. Polk Gary M. Polland Lawrence F. Potts Gregory J. Raindl Alan J. Robin Wilton W. Sample George A. Sarvey Edward J. Slovacek Patricia S. Smith Jerome E. Sneed Jerry Sokolow John F. Southworth Harold M. Tate Barbara A. Vanderhule Charles F. Walts Kenneth B. Watts Timothy P. Zainer HONORARY MEMBERS Lester L. Colvert Henry H. Dewar John H. Duncan Richard J. Gonzalez S. Marcus Greer Louis J. Kocurek R. N. Lane A. G. McNeese Charles N. Prothro Allan Shivers Jack G. Taylor Carl J. Thomson Gus Worthan S It . 1! 158 Chi Epsilon Members of Chi Epsilon were selected at the be- ginning of each semester. At two chapter picnics, held in November and April, the pledges were re- quired by tradition to build a bridge across a creek to allow the members to cross in a dry man- ner. Serving as officers were Jerry Lee Berry, presi- dent; Michael Hayden Boster, vice-president; James D. Anderson, treasurer; and Thomas Jeffer- son Holstein, secretary. Richard W. Furlong was advisor this year. Having completed all of their pledge projects, the pledges were initiated at the end of each se- mester at a private ceremony. Chi Epsilon also held a banquet in April. Students of civil engineering, architectural engi- neering, and other related fields who have distin- guished themselves by scholarship, practicality, personality, and character are members. Pledges built a bridge across a creek at the fall picnic FRONT ROW: Thomas Jeffrey Holstien, Mohamed Jaber. Ramadan Ammar. Surendra Jain, Robert Felix Cauley. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Wayne Hinze, William Morgan, Richard C. Patyrak. Mark Gideon Soode, Robert B. Warnecke, Mike Boster. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Ray Richardson, William Rolland Catlett, Terence Penick Timmons. Edward Cervenka, Donald Eugene Engeling, James Ander- son, John Adair Wooley. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Berry, Alexander Opeila, John Paul Zaniewski, Robert Ragan Broyles. Frank J. Dillard. MEMBERS Ramadan Ammar Kenneth B. Armstrong John E. Ball Robert R. Broyles William R. Catlett Robert F. Cauley Frank J. Dillard Ben Donnell Donald E. Engeling Mark G. Goode Jeryl D. Hart Larry M. Hauck Jimmie W. Hinze Surenda Jain Thomas Kam Joseph Von Merveldt William Morgan Alexander Opeila Richard C. Patyrak Jimmy R. Richardson Rocky R. Rumsey Terence P. Timmons Chimirala Veeraiah Robert B. Warnecke Joseph L Wilson Wing C. Wong John A. Wooley Joncie H. Young John P. Zaniewski SPRING PLEDGES Bradley R. Bihner Paul W. Darden Jay R. Nelson Byron W. Porter Siu K. So Charles D. Stevens Hendrik R. Zijderveld 159 c : t Friar Society Founded in 1911, the Friar Society is the oldest men s honorary organization on campus. The socie- ty ' s chief aims are to recognize men who -ha va made significant contributions to the University and to foster communication between student and alumni members. To be eligible for consideration, a student must be at least a second semester junior. New members are selected according to criteria of scholarship, leadership, integrity, service, character, ideals, sin- cerity and unselfishness. Following tradition, new members were tapped during Round-Up. 4 . " . i " Officers of the fall semester were JoseoJfTT! Krier, abbot; John Tullos Wells, scrivener; and Gregory Eugene Lucia, almoner. MEMBERS C. Robert Heath Scott A. Henderson Robert A. Higley Joseph R. Krier Larry L. Long Gregory E. Lucia Richard W. Meyer Samuel D. Millsap James H. Price Boaz Sharon Kenneth W. Sparks Patrick F. Timmons J. Tullos Wells FALL INITIATES Robert T. Binder Bobby L. Boldt Dan S. Boyd Alvin E. Cowan Graham Hill Robert D. Kilpatrick David M. Mincberg James R. Seeman Steve L. Van Paul Velez SPRING INITIATES James H. Arnold H. Clifton Avery Edward S. Guleke Hal E. Hagemeier Ralph I. Miller Horacia R. Ramirez Theodore J. Siff Thomas C. Turner Gary S. Wortley FACULTY MEMBERS Charles T. Clark William A. Cunningham Gus M. Hodges Albert P. Jones Arno Nowotny John G. Steele Benjamin F. Wright ' 160 MEMBERS Carolyn S. Alley Judy A. Allison I. Jill Aronowitz Nanette Ball Sally A. Ballard Rebecca D. Bartlett Mary Y. Bartosh Judith J. Benestante Elizabeth G. Bess Marynelle D. Bettcher Lexin T. Bohls Tommy Boley Doris Boone N. Ruth Bradley Dottie L Brandt Jennifer Breedlove Sharon L. Briggs Becky L. Brown Jean A. Brown Judith T. Brown Sarah L. Bryan Julianne Buaas Rebecca S. Burkett Alessandra Bybee Catherine A. Cave Sybil D. Chapman Stephen L. Chewning Linda Chin Rose A. Clark Janet E. Coakley Barbara A. Collie Peggy L. Cook Donna F. Craig Kathryn L. Crane Linda I. Crockett Carol J. Curtis Marsha L. Dahlberg Deborah D. Denn Donna Dildine Molly A. Dodson Eleni M. Drakos Leighton C. Dure Jan L. Feinberg Martee A. Fisch Myrna D. Fisch Lynda L. Fitzgerald Linda K. Fletcher Mary E. Frank Mary K. Fuste Marilynn George Jan M. Gerard Chloe E. Gilliland Karen Girault Susan I. Gissell Jody B. Graumann June I. Gueringer Catherine Harris Maverick Harris Jan L. Harrison Luther E. Hartman Mary H. Hiatt Marcia S. Hilsabeck R. Lewis Hodge Susan J. Hoes Freda M. Holley Vicki R. Howell Edith A. Hudson Karen D. Huebel Robert E. Hulme Stephanie L. Hutner Kathryn A. Imhoff Margaret C. Ivers Carol A. Jacob Janie B. Kirkpatrick Fredell N. Kost Elizabeth Krauskopf Kathleen Krekeler Laurie Kuper Barbara R. Lane Frances B. Law Janet J. Leeth Nancy B. Lehmann Vivienne Lepine Margaret H. Liardon Mildred A. Lynch Marilyn A. Mace Patricia A. Maddox Carole J. Maniloff Nancy Mann Lila R. Matthys James O. McHan Helen E. Miller Martha L. Monarch Bertha G. Montes Albert W. Morris Lois A. Morris Lana J. Moss Melinda J. Murphy Susan C. Neukom Julia J. Newsom Barbara L. Nisenson Shelley G. Nussenblatt Phyllis J. O ' Donnell Brian C. Pahl Dancie D. Perugini Francie S. Pickens Gerald A. Ponder Sylvia A. Powitzky Jean Pressburg Jayne F. Prewitt Sherry L. Ouider Elisabeth A. Reed Kappa Delta Pi Janis S. Remme Jean Rivers Sarah C. Roach Janice Runberg Karen L. Russell Russell Schoenbaechler Gayle A. Schnurr Deborah L. Shaw Sharon L. Showalter Nona C. Shudde Linda Simpson Adrienne L. Skor Jean Slaughter Nancy V. Smith Nita H. Smith Alberta D. Sparks Cynthia A. Spiker John D. Stover Patricia A. Sturdivant Mrs. Robert Sweat Patricia L. Tabbert Anna Thomas Kathryn Thrash Fredell M. Topek Victoria Tout Cheryl Y. Townley Marion P. Townsend John E. Trieb Diane L. Turk Laura E. Viers Hazel K. G. Wagner Patricia E. Wallace Linda Wells Carol A. Winkley Mickey L. Wright Nancy A. York Franklyn K. Zinn Encouraging high professional, intellectual ano personal standards and recognizing outstanding contributions to education are the purposes of Kappa Delta Pi, education honor society. Persons exhibiting commendable personal quali- ties, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholar- ship are invited for membership during the fall and spring semesters. Each year the Delta chapter contributes financial assistance to a worthy undergraduate student in the field of education. Officers were Robert Lewis Hodge, president; Tommy J. Boley, vice-president; Karen D. Huebel, treasurer; and Eleni Marina Drakos and Deborah Lee Shaw, secretaries. Linda Sue Harris was mem- bership chairman, and O. L. Davis was advisor. OFFICERS: Deborah Lee Shaw, Tommy J. Boley, Linda Sue Harris. Robert Lewis Hodge, Eleni Marina Drakos. 161 Kappa Kappa Psi A national honorary fraternity for bandmen, Kappa Kappa Psi on the University campus works as a service organization for the Longhorn Band. Members are selected each semester from up- perclassmen exhibiting both playing ability and a desire to serve the band. They must have lettered in the band for two semesters. Their pledgeship lasts one semester. Alpha Tau, the Austin chapter, placed among the Top Ten chapters at the fraternity ' s national convention last summer. Group activities included a barbeque, a joint ski party with Tau Beta Sigma, and a spring party for the band. Officers this year were Kenneth R. Richardson, president; Eddie Davis, vice-president; John B. Bu- ford, treasurer; Thomas E. Word, secretary. Vin- cent R. DiNino and James G. Hejl were advisors. MEMBERS Reuben P. Aguilar Jay E. Brown John B. Buford Tony L. Chauveaux Robert A. Dalrymple Craig E. Davis Eddie Davis J. Carl Daywood James R. Dees Andrew H. Edburg Fred H. Ellis Michael G. Figer George L. Green Michael A. Haecker Danial M. Hailc Stan C. Hamblin Steve R. Hamblin Michael R. Hamilton Michael W. Hargett Scott I. Harmon William R. High John W. Jones Kenneth C. Jurgens Ronald C. Keeney Kerry L. Kennedy Steven M. Kiger Steve M. King J. Lane Littrell Thomas W. Marshall Danny W. McAngus Gregory B. Molyneaux Stephen G. Morrison William A. Nash Gary W. Palafox Troy D. Pennington Michael A. Rech Max O. Reinbach Steven S. Rich Kenneth R. Richardson A. Steven Rode Robert L. Sherman Byron E. Short David L. Snow John Y. Tarlton Rex W. Tillerson Stanley G. Trelcell Billy C. Tune Thomas A. Voskamp Kenneth W. Whitson J. Scott Wilson Dale H. Wingard Larry B. Woodruff Thomas E. Word SPRING PLEDGES Roger D. Barker Robert V. Embleton John Richardson Charles A. Sebek Jay L. Silberberg FRONT ROW: Steve Ray Hamblin, James Lane Littrell, Michael Ross Hamilton. Michael Gene Figer, Gary Wayne Palafox, Andrew Hugo Ed- burg. Stan Clay Hamblin. SECOND ROW: Thomas William Marshall, John Winston Jones, Gregory Bruce Molyneaux, Robert Alan Dalrymple. Fred Holmes Ellis, John Carl Daywood, Craig Kendall Davis, Rex Wayne Tiller- son. Stephen Glenn Morrison, Steve Mason King. THIRD ROW: William R. High, Stanley Gene Trekell, Justin Scott Wilson, Kerry Linn Kennedy, James Russell Dees, Kenneth Ray Richardson, John Bailey Buford, Tony Lynn Chauveaux, Danny Wayne McAngus, Gary Wayne Goff, Byron El- liott Short, Kenneth Charles Jurgens. FOURTH ROW: Vincent R. Dinino, Eddie Davis, Bob Lynn Sherman, Dale Howard Wingard. Ronald Clark Keeney, John Edney Brown, Thomas Edwin Word, Max Otto Reinbach, Ar- thur Stephen Rode. Scott Ingersoll Harmon, Steven Scott Rich, George Leonard Greene, James G. Hejl. FIFTH ROW: John Yerby Tarlton. Troy Daniel Pennington, Daniel Michael Haik. Reuben Pernez Aguilar, Steven Marcus Kiger, Kim Arnold Wynns, David Lusky Snow. Michael Wayne Hargett. Thomas Alan Voskamp, Billy Carl Tune, Michael Anthony Rech, Larr y Boyd Woodruff. 162 Kappa Tau Alpha Kappa Tau Alpha was chartered at the Univer- sity in 1961 to promote and honor attainment of high standards of scholarship and professional con- duct in the field of journalism. Seeking students of high achievement, the honor- ary society selects members on the basis of charac- ter and scholarship, with not more than 10 percent of the total junior-senior group holding member- ship at one time. With the UT-Austin chapter maintaining a membership standard somewhat above the national average, an overall grade point average of 3.0 and a 3.5 in journalism are usually required. New members of Kappa Tau Alpha were initiated at a breakfast in April. Officers this year were Sara Lynn Weidner, president; Bonnie Richards Chism, vice-president. Olin E. Hinkle was the advisor. MEMBERS William R. Barnard William R. Berger Larry M. Brittain Herbert M. Bybee Kay L Casstevens Bonnie J. Chism Harvey A. Eastman Karen L. Herrick Richard Houser Michael A. Lacey Ann R. Larson Sara N. Lowrey Cheryl L. Rummel Linda E. Shaw Nancy J. Susman Sara L. Weidner SPRING INITIATES Sallie M. Aldridge H. Clifton Avery Janet J. Brown Jo A. Clifton Carol C. Cody Linda G. Cook Edward W. Dunn Suzanne Freeman Marsha 7.. Gerber Elizabeth A. Hagan Gwendolyn A. Hickey Robert E. Hollingsworth Lawrence E. Honig L. Joyce Hotchkiss John P. Howe Joanne Kaufman Thomas W. Kleinworth James N. Lewis Harry D. Marsh Elaine V. Neu Peggy J. Odell Patricia M. Sepulveda Caroll S. Shershun William D. Sloan Barbara K. Stover John R. Tilly FACULTY MEMBERS Henry A. Anderson Wayne A. Danielson Norris G. Davis Joe B. Frantz Martin L. Gibson Olin E. Hinkle Robert S. Kahan C. Richard King Harrell E. Lee Alan Scott Werner J. Severin Ernest A. Sharpe S. Griffin Singer OFFICERS: Bonnie Richards Chism and Sara Lynn Weidner 163 Mortar Board Staffing the Information Desk in the Main Build- ing was the main project of the Visor chapter of Mortar Board this year. In connection with the Dean of Students Office, the members helped an- swer the questions of more than 20,000 students, faculty members, and visitors. They also gave out pamphlets, maps, and other literature. During early October, members met informally with faculty members at Dobie Center for a recep- tion. Later the same month, several members at- tended the annual section conference at Texas Christian University. Junior women who show service to the campus, leadership ability, and have maintained at least a 3.0 grade point average are selected for member- ship in the spring, and are active their senior year. Mortar officers this year were Cynthia Ann Brandimarte, president; Kay Mary Kober, vice- president; Karen Elaine Barton, treasurer, and Pamela Pitzer, secretary. Advisors were Mrs. Wayne Holtzman, Margaret Berry, Mrs. Ira Iscoe and Dorothy Dean. SPRING INITIATES Nora G. Barrera Patricia K. Biggers Martha J. Blanchette Amy J. Brown Katherine S. Bruce Julianne Buaas Jackie L Byars Marilyn C. Cartwright Janis C. Cocek Kathryn A. CoHey Patricia A. Dennis Tyrrell E. Flawn Margaret A. Garner K. Gay Gordon Virginia C. Guess Martha A. Hill Phyllis M. Janecka Barbara D. Lau Jane Lowrey Bonnie C. Lucas Vicki L. Mahaffey Susan M. May Nancy M. McClellan Judith A. Naughton S. Adana Pearce Julia Ann Peek Sylvia C. Pennywell Deborah A. Rail Elizabeth A. Reed Judith G. Roberts Nancy Sellingsloh Ardell Taylor Claudia J. Upchurch Gwendolyn F. Wilson ABOVE AND BELOW: Members enjoyed dinner before a meeting. 164 Omicron Delta Kappa Representing a cross-section of men ' s leadership in all areas of University life, Omicron Delta Kappa selects its members on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service to the campus. Members are selected once a year and initiated in a formal ceremony in the spring. The members worked this year on renewing magazine subscriptions for the University Health Center. Omicron Delta Kappa officers were Murray Mark Lesher, president: Patrick F. Timmons, vice- president; John B. Connally, treasurer; Samuel [ Millsap, secretary; Eugene W. Nelson, advisor. MEMBERS Dan S. Boyd John B. Connally Alvin E. Cowan Wayne N. Doyal Fredric E. Fields William C. Forrest David C. Garza Samuel D. Haas C. Robert Heath Scott A. Henderson David Hendrick Robert A. Higley Joseph R. Krier Murray M. Lesher Larry L. Long Robert A. McLean Kenneth B. Meyer Richard W. Meyer Ralph I. Miller Samuel D. Millsap Gary A. Munneke Michael W. Perrin Paul J. Peters James Price Lacho Ramirez Thomas W. Rioux Grady Rylander Robert R. Schmidt James R. Seeman Boaz Sharon Jerome E. Sneed William R. Strait John R. Stratton James Turner Stephen L. Van I Van Osselear ,n T. Wells John York Charles P. Zlatkovich FACULTY MEMBERS Stanley A. Arbingast James B. Ayres William T. Belt Harold C. Bold Francis X. Bostick Richard B. Byrne Charles T. Clarl Roy R. Craig William H. Cunningham Vincent R. DiNino J. Frank Elsaas Gerhard J. Fonken William T. Guy D. B. Jack Holland Wayne H. Holtzman W. Page Keeton Lorrin G. Kennamer Goerge Kozmetzky Donard A. Larson William S. Livingston John J. McKetta Jack R. Maguire Eugene W. Nelson Arno Nowotny Kenneth W. Olm Dewitt C. Reddick James R. Roach Albert A. Rooker Darrell K. Royal Raynard M. Sommerfeld SPRING INITIATES Frank Alexander Thomas G. Arthur H. Clifton Avery Douglas J. Bartek William D. Benson Samuel T. Biscoe Michael R. Bisesi William C. Bryson William M. Burney Mark M. Connally James H. Elder Robert C. Emmott Ronald G. Franklin David C. Gamble Kenneth S. George Michael L. Gillette Mark G. Goode Bruce A. Goranson Sanford L. Gottesman Edward S. Guleke Hal E. Hagemeier Graham Hill Michael E. Hudson William M. Kazman Robert D. Kilpatrick Gary V. Lehnnberg Gary M. Polland Charles R. Porter James E. Pulis A. Stephen Rode Frank Schofield Clyde W. Smith Miguel Solis Kenneth W. Sparks Charles E. Vinson Ronnie R. Volkening Stephen C. Walls Nolan F. Ward Joseph M. Watt Charles Wilson William R. Young FACULTY SPRING INITIATES Samuel P. Ellison Ernest F. Gloyna Clifton M. Grubbs Charles A. Wright 165 Lee R. Aaronson Laura K. Andrews J. Barto Arnold Maria J. Barren Arthur A. Bed Mary B. Benedetto Rebecca L. Bentley Jeanrtie G. Boatler Richard L. Brown Robert G. Brown Raymond J. CarroH Linda J. Casarez Louann Chapman Sara D. Chase Estelle L. Chasnoff Philip T. Cowen Shelley J. Curtis Robert S. Darrow Jerry |TppudJbn Roy L. Deskin Betty Jftdwa k W Since 1904, Phi Beta Kappa has recognized dis- tinguished scholarship among junior and senior can- didates for the Bachelor of Arts degree and for the Bachelor of Science degrees in ChemisTry? " ge- ology and physics. Outstanding University alumni and honorary members are occasionally recognized on the basis of special merit by this national honor society. Members are selected twice a year. New members were honored in the spring with the an- nual initiation banquet. Officers included Murray Clark Havens, presi- dent; J. T. Ferguson, vice-president; and James Alfred Hitt, treasurer. Phi Beta Kappa Barry S. Fogel Nancy R. Folbre Elzie D. Freeman Myron H. Friedman Gary A. Garner Jacquelyn S. Gee Linda R. Goldman Robert L. Goldman Olivia A. Gustine Sharyn Hamm Ruby N. Hargis James S. Hawke Shirley T. Hejl Ann E. Henry Patricia H. Henson Cynthia A. Herrera Charles F. Herring Juan C. Hinojosa Barbara C. Hollis Kathleen A. Huebinger Martha E. Hut+z Edward E. Jacobson Shirley A. Jeane Barbara F. Johnsi Alan B. Jones. Deborah J. Keas James W. Kelle , ' j John M. Kliarslcy Stephanie F. Komkov Renee P. Kupper ' l , Donald R. LamAory , Charlotte G. Lspcjtilin Barbara D. Littlk ' Mary J. LoudermiHt Laura R. Maggi. Ji William C. Major, Sally K. Mclntosh Sandra A. McNfdf Roger H. Mendejson Charlotte L. Meyer Sharon A. Mitchell Krista D. Mondy Patricia A. Moulton Robert L. Musgnye Jennings N. Naranjo Mary F. Naranjo i t J Jane E. Ogden i Mary A. Patterson, Carolyn A. Peterson Linda S. Pethia i . ' Diane T. Podhrask?; ' Clay L. Price Margie A. Ransom Lotty Repp Albert D. Rich Elizabeth Ritz Patrick F. Roques Riki D. Rothschild Eugene P. Schoch Conrad H. Schulze Susan V. Seybold Stuart P. Stelzer Sharon A. Sterle Nancy D. Strauss Jean C. Thomas Robert L. Thornton Rona ld W. Tobleman Holland E. Toles Anthony Torentinos Donald F. Towsley Diana M. Trevino Richard J. Urbanski Lucile B. Weller Robert B. Wesson John R. Westbury John S. White Martin J. Wiesenthal Stewart A. Wilb Wright Wi%) James F. Wo Melinda M. Young . Zur ELECTED AS Frances L. Bayers James A. Boone John A. Bricker Katherine S. Bruc Claudia Burnett Kathryn A. Coffe Mary K. Cook Robert D. Cook Janis L. Copelancl Charles P. Crumpler Robin R. Embry Dayna D. Engelmann Margaret K. Fleming Patrick M. Florer Robert N. Froehner Nancy R. Green Janet L. Hamilton Nancy K. Hudson Gene E. Huebner Elysia A. Irwin Dorothy J. Kelly James D. Korp Kenneth L. Luske Clyde .O. Joseph F. McWherter Dale R. Nance Julia J. Newsom Robert H. Patton Julia A. Peek Gladys L. Spartcman Temple H. Turner Douglas A. Waldman Diane E.,Wende Diane Wtiitworth Susan E. Wukasch Abigail A. Young INITIATES: CLASSES OF 1972 Lissa B. Anderson William R. Anthony Deborah A. Austin Francigene N. Beck James L. Bibb Diana G. Blum Dan S. Boyd Cynthia A. Brandimarte Beverly E. Brandon Ellen J. Bray Idanell Brown Michael L. Brown Thomas H. Bullard Mark R. Butler Sally Caldwell Martha S. Carleton Steven R. Childers Milly Chin James F. Colby Charles M. Cook Deirdre S. Cosgrove Lacy Daniels Randolph L. Denosowicz Kathryn L. Doll William D. Drake Frank i . Hoc a uth E. Francel Gregory oye E. Fros David S. Gamble Charles E. George liam D. Gillu rold H. Golds Victoria Gonzales arnes L. Gosdin irenda G. Haact Daniel G. Hardt Donna B. HjfcjlWI hristopher L. Hartwell jnda S. Hawkins Rebecca L. Hegar Nancy C. HoHma Mark W. Holt arol . ann Johnson Robbie D. Johnson ward W. Kaska en K. Knape ' ' D. Koz Cathy Leary Barbara J. L Pamela Jj-MArjy, obert J. Magnon Benjamin L. Mam Louis M. Matetrc Marianne McCorkle Bert M. Morrow Mary M. Mullings Charles D. Nims arbara L. Nordhem Hal R. Osburn Fred Y. Phillips Charles C. Ragin Horacio R. Iwnirez Sandra J. Reichenthal Sara C. Rider William F. Riessei Lucius A. Ripley Dorothy M. Rowa Ramon Saldivar Lawrence E. Samui Kent P. Schrank Kathy A. Sheley Nancy J. Shelton Jane T. Sheppard Charles O. Shields Jeanne E. Shipley Edward L. Simes Bobby M. Skelton Annalyn G. Smith Sarah F. Smith Ronald T. Sponberg Charles T. Spradlin George H. Stailings Shirley O. Stanton Corrine L. Steeger Marsha Stein Cheryl J. Stork James D. Sullivan Richard A. Tate John J. Trevino Thomas C. Turner Christine T. Ussery Karen D. Walker Ted W. Wallis Marie S. Watson Dan C. Weatherly James D. Wilson Jan A. Younglove 166 Phi Beta Kinsolving Originated by a resident assistant, Wincie Blan- ton in 1961, Phi Beta Kinsolving strives to encour- age academic excellence and membership in the scholastic honoraries. Lifetime membership is based on a 3.5 grade point average for a previous semester ' s work. In the feminine spirit of participation, members deco- rated initiates ' doors, presented each new member with a formal scroll, and planned an elaborate initi- ation ceremony and banquet. Each girl was also honored by having her name placed on a plaque. Leading the club were Rebecca Ann Sowada, president; Theresa Claire Kilday, vice-president; Mary Ann Olsen, treasurer; Rebecca Sue Trusty, secretary; and Deborah Jane Burgess, membership chairman. Kay Mayne was the advisor. FRONT ROW: Rebecca Joan Crawford, Janice Ann Harrington, Karen Elizabeth Albrecht, Deborah Jane Burgess, Marilyn Constance Crist, Vicki Lynn Rummell, Toni Marie Thomasson, Mary Anne Olsen. SECOND ROW: Barbara Kay Babcock, Rebecca Sue Trusty, Re- becca Ann Sowada, Kay Crawford Mayne, Janis Ruth Adams, Mari- lyn Ann Albers, Beverly Lynne Yoakum, Lynn McPherson, Janet Fay Friedman. ' ' MEMBERS Janis R. Adams Marilyn A. Albers Karen E. Albrecht Barbara K. Babcock Phyllis A. Belasco Karen A. Biggs Katherine S. Bruce Bette K. Bullard Deborah J. Burgess Rebecca J. Crawford Madeline C. Crist Sally Doherty Jan D. Draper M. Mary Flanagan Terri D. Ford Janet F. Friedman Jane E. Garner Margaret L. Haardt Janice A. Harrington Linda F. Hebert Gene A. Herrin Barbara S. Howard Marsha G. Hurwitz Judith E. Keppler Theresa C. Kilday Leslie Lea Lynn McPherson Marilyn A. Mace Judith A. Naughton Pamela A. Nutt Mary A. Olsen Susan J. Filler Suzanne M. Purvis Melissa L. Rickman Jeanne E. Rittimann Vicki L. Rummell R. Susan Sabrusula Rebecca A. Sowada Suzanne Stansbury Toni M. Thomasson Rebecca S. Trusty Carolyn E. Washington Beverly L. Yoakum SPRING INITIATES Susan E. Abel Phyllis A. Adcoclc Iris L. Arbisser Sezanne Arlitt Judy G. Arthus Anne E. Ballard Mary S. Barnes Jane L. Baum Connie L. Bell Terryl A. Blaylock Anita N. Boggess Elizabeth H. Bowden Tommie S. Boyce Deborah G. Brock Edith E. Brown Barbara A. Bruce Dorothe J. Carr Sarah A. Caughran Elizabeth S. Chaffe Donna R. Chajkowski Linda K. Crabtree T. Anne Cronin Cynthia L. Crow Eleanor K. Daniel Janna D. Davis Margaret A. Davis Kathryn DeBord Nora H. De La Garza Janet L. Edwards Cynthia A. Ervin Beverly J. Eubank Carol A. Evans Kathleen L. Evans Sharon S. Fagg Karen R. Ford Mary A. Fritts Janet Fuller Pamela S. Gary Carol S. Goerner Anna M. Gomez Barbara A. Gordon Linda Gray Sandi R. Grimes Gail C. Harris Florence E. Harrison Mary K. Harvey Cathy Hildebrand Linda S. Hoffa Shalia K. Holloway Terri Hook Barbara B. Hubbard Vickie L. Jones Cari B. Kahn Cheryl Kalbow Cande K. Kincaid Karen J. Lamport Jennifer A. Lin Mary S. Lindee Nancy Lippincott Linda K. McCall Susan G. McCullough Jan L. McEntire Linda A. Marchesseau Roberta F. Marshall Pamela J. Matlock Jeannette T. Mayer Deborah A. Monro Robin G. Muhlbauer Gail J. Naymola Sharlene Neibauer Nancy A. Nelson Eve G. Norton Andrea L. Novak Elise A. Olsen Cathy L. Oprea Suzanne Peterman Marlene A. Plotkin Laura A. Popper Karen J. Prager Bertha L. Range! Shawn L. Reding Cheryl A. Reed Lindsay E. Rentfro Margaret J. Roberson Susan G. Rosenbaum Adele F. Rosenzweig Patricia J. Rullo Janna K. Russell Joyce R. Scruggs Beverly L. Seals Laura L. Smith Susan E. Soutter Marcia J. Staff Marilyn E. Stanley Jenniffer Stansbury Susan K. Starnes Susan J. Stoler Marie C. Stroud Nancy C. Thompson Paulette K. Toellner Twyla L. Tranfaglia Christine M. Traynor Martha H. Turpin Yvonne K. Ulert Nancy S. Vance Kathy A. Vincent Nancy E. Weidt Bonnie R. Weise Lynn D. Weldon Jenny A. White Gwendolyn F. Wilson Nelda Wilson Pamela F. Winston Susan D. Wipperman 167 V 1 Phi Eta Sigma Recognizing male students who achieved scholas- tic excellence during their freshman year, Phi Eta Sigma stemmed from a group called Delta Society, organized by Dean V. I. Moore in 1925. The local chapter continued until 1931 when the chapter was installed as a member of Phi Eta Sigma and began initiating members in the fall and spring. Based on a 3.5 grade point average, membership can be ob- tained after the completion .of 15 semester hours or a cumulative average of the first year. In conjunction with Alpha Lambda Delta, the or- ganization held a reception in the fall to honor new initiates and high school valedictorians. Active dur- ing the spring semester, members acted as ushers at the annual Honor ' s Day Program, held a ban- quet for spring initiates, and planned a fireside chat within the University community. Junior advisor was Tony Lynn Chauveaux and senior advisor was William Eugene Storie. Officers were Joseph Charles Sagen, president; Murray Burnis Cohen, vice-president; Robert S. Harrell, treasurer; Armond G. Schwartz, secretary; and James E. Turpin, historian. Also serving as advisors were Dean Arno Nowotny and Lawrence Franks. 1971 SPRING INITIATES Stanley T. Abele William W. Adams Larry T. Aiken Shane C. Alexander Arthur R. Almquist John N. Amirkhan Kenneth G. Anderson Thomas J. Archer Brent W. Baldwin James P. Barbee Walter G. Barfield Gary J. Barlettano William S. Barnett Douglas W. Bartholomew H nry H. Bat|er James L. Bayless Jerry A. Bell John S. Bender David D. Berry Michael G. Blanchett James F. Branch Bryan L. Bremer John C. Brennan Ernest M. Brewster David V. Bruce Ray Bruyere Donald C. Buck Len Scott Buller Lucius D. Bunton Chris M. Butschek John M. Butte Robert M. Cabel Alton K. Cavin Glenn H. Chambers Ching W. Chan Sue C. Chan Gary S. Childress Raymond S. Chiu Harry C. Clear Murray L. Cohen Andrew D. Collins Robert B. Crook David R. Crosson W. A. Crow Peter B. Dahlberg Richard G. Dargatz Brian H. Darley James E. Daugherty David F. Davis George E. Davis Peter T. Demakes Robert G. Dillow Gary E. Dreyer Richard J. Eanes David M. Eisenbaum Edward D. Fagan Raymond A. Faires Peter J. Fears Kenneth W. Fields Robert L. Fine John G. Friend Ko B. Fung Joseph C. Gagen Rolando R. Garces Charles S. Garrett William G. Gartig Robert R. George James L. Gleaves Robert E. Golden Allan M. Goldfarb Jerald K. Gooch Gary P. Goodfried Gary Greif FRONT ROW: Armond G. Schwartz, Murray Lee Cohen. SECOND ROW: Tony Lynn Chau- veaux, James Edwin Turpin. THIRD ROW: Joseph Charles Gagen, Robert Stanford Harrell. Sheldon G. Gross Albert L. Guinn Keith H. Harmon Robert S. Harrell Dennis L. Hartwell Richard D. Havel James P. Henderson Lester E. Hickman Sammy W. Ho Gary E. Hogan Alfred G. Holcomb Douglas W. Hollan Stephen N. Holland John B. Honeycutt Robert M. Horton Edward H. Hudson Albert J. Hurtik Gary C. Jacobs Mark S. Jacobs Holland W. Jenkins Billy D. Jones Michael E. Jones Pak-Yue P. Kan David S. Kaplan Anthony D. Kennard John S. Kennard William R. Kent Leonard Kirzner Ernest C. Kobs Michael L. Kolbeson Jeffrey P. Kunz Floyd E. Kyle Joseph S. Langford Gary M. Lawrence Richard H. Lazor Richard F. Ledet Ying-Lau Lee James H. Leigh Robert Todd Lemmons Robert B. Lineback Kin Lo Jack Emery Loocke Thomas C. Loyd Robert M. Luedtke John T. Lupton George M. Lyday John A. McClelland Robert P. McCoy Stepehn C. McGrew Michael E. Mcllheran L. Michael McKee John J. Mackey Robert J. Magner David A. Mandot Jeffrey J. Mann Charles L. Martin Daniel J. Martinez Sorrayuth Meenaphant Kenneth L. Mellina Kenneth J. Mendel Jose A. Mendez Robert C. Moore William H. Morea Bart W. Morrison Donald S. Morse Mark S. Moses David L. Mossman B. Neil Mullen Timothy M. Mulvahill Daniel W. Nelson Gary R. Newsom Frederick A. Niemann William R. Norton John G. O ' donnell William W. Ogden Dana B. Ott Adrian M. Overstreet Richard L. Pajares F. C. Pannill Stephen R. Parish William D. Parker Donald L. Parrlsh Mitr Pathipvanich Steven L. Peake Thomas B. Pennington John H. Peper Patrick J. Pesek Joseph T. Phillips Gregory N. Picard Lawrence S. Pierce Douglas G. Podd Clinton D. Polhamus Johnny J. Potter Kenneth A. Poyner Robert R. Ray Arthur K. Reinhart Frederick A. Rhodes James E. Richards John H. Richardson William H. Robertson Theodore P. Roeser Mark L. Rooke Joseph C. Ross Alberto I. Rubio Dale S. Russell Frank B. Rynd Armond G. Schwartz Donald R. Selman Barry R. Shepard Barry L. Shulkin Jay L. Silberberg Edward M. Simpson Mark D. Simpson Michael G. Skarke Jerry R. Sloss A. Dan Smith Banks M. Smith James K. Smith Conrad H. Sommers Roy R. Stallman Billy J. Stanberry John E. Stanford Gary B. Strong William F. Stutts Rodney S. Takacs George D. Tarrant Daniel J. Thibodeau William M. Thomas David B. Threlkeld Michael D. Tschoepe James E. Turpin Max S. Underwood Joseph D. Urey Sparks P. Veasey Peter S. Vilbig Steven C. Wagner William Waidhofer Jesse R. Walker Stephen E. Walraven Steven K. Ward Ronald P. Webster Dan A. Westbrook John B. White James A. Wilkins Charles P. Wilson James M. Wilson James C. Worth Edwin E. Wright Kwok W. Wu Robert A. Youens Mark W. Zibilich James L. Ziegenhals 168 Pi Lambda Theta SPRING 1971 INITIATES Ruth Bradley Dottle L. Brandt Beverly Brooks Mary W. Buchanan Janis L. Campbell Tommy J. Campbell Donna L. Dildine Molly A. Dodson Cherryl A. Saines Geneva Gay Susan S. Goldberg Sheryl D. Hardy Linda C. Harris Susan Hawkins Freda M. Holley Elaine S. Keith Fredell N. Kost Patricia A. Maddox Marilyn J. Miller Noel Nebecker Frances A. Plotsky Carol A. Rabon Linda D. Smith Cynthia A. Spiker Mary J. Stansell Jonnie L. Stork Linda S. Taylor Joanne Testa Lenore Worcester B. Carol Wright Sharon F. Young FALL 1971 INITIATES Susan F. Amster Barbara Bayon Ann S. Bemis Cynthia A. Bruce Joan M. Burkart Jo A. Crow Deborah M. Cunningham Lou Deans Jo Anne C. Dolia Robin K. Dunsirn Mina B. Echols Debra Fertitta Jan M. Gerard Janet L. Gish Nancy K. Hudson Martha E. Hultz Pam D. Jenkins Ruth A. Keitz Jeanne W. Kennedy Carlyne M. Ma|ewski Diane J. Mazur Maureen V. McGavern Mary S. Moody SanJuanita Partida Barbara B. Poston Jane T. Sheppard E. Ann Shields Patricia N. Smith Cheryl J. Stork Elizabeth S. Sullivan Diane E. Taylor Janet C. Tolk Adrienne G. Tropp Claudia P. Welden Debbi L. Young Iru E. Zeller Pi Lambda Theta members greeted new initiates with a pin and a rose. Providing incentive for women who plan to enter the teaching field, Pi Lambda Theta membership requires a 3.3 grade point average. Requirements also include completion of six hours of education courses, recommendation of a faculty member, and aspiration for a teaching career. The Psi chapter offered its assistance in annual service projects. Members, selected each semester, were honored at an introductory tea and banquet at which Ronald M. Brown, vice-president of Stu- dents Affairs, spoke. Supervisor of secondary math student teachers, Jewel Raschke sponsored the chapter, aided by Cynthia Ann Spiker, president; Frances A. Plotsky, vice-president; Mary Elaine Frank, treasurer; and Tommy Jo Campbell, secretary. FRONT ROW: Frances A. Plotsky, Donna Louise Dildine, San Juanita Par- tida, Robin Kay Dunsirn, Diane Jean Mazur, Iru Elizabeth Zeller, Patricia Anne Maddox, Jane Turner Sheppard, JoAnne Catherine Dolia, Adrienne G. Tropp, Barbara Carol Wright, Cynthia Ann Spiker. SECOND ROW: Susan Frederica Amster, Ruth Ann Keitz. Cheryl Jenella Stork, Elizabeth Ann Shields, Jewel P. Raschke, Martha E. Hultz, Ann Sheridan Bemis, Clau- dia Kay Welden. Mina B. Echols, Barbara Beerbower Poston, Winnie Wil- kins Lambert. THIRD ROW: Mary Sue Moody, Diane Elizabeth Taylor, De- borah Lea Cunningham, Barbara Kyle Balfour, Jeanne Elizabeth Kennedy, Janet Lynn Gish, Elizabeth Stanton Sullivan, Mary Lewis Deans, Nancy Gail Mosley Munneke. Debra Fertitta. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Kay Hud- son, Jo Ann Crow, Janet Cornelia Tolk, Carlyne May Maiewski, Mary Elaine Frank, Maureen Lynn McGavern, Pam Kay Jenkins, Patricia Nelson Smith, Tommy Jo Campbell, Jan Marie Gerard, Cynthia Anne Bruce, De- borah Lynn Young, Joan Marie Burkart. 169 Pi Sigma Alph The Alpha chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha attempts to stimulate interest in the political sciences. Mem- bers were selected sem ' i-annually to this organiza- tion which has 122 chapters nationwide. The quali- fications for membership included completion of 12 semester hours of government courses, an A aver- age in government, and a cumulative B average. Attempting to lower the increased cost of mem- bership, the chapter economized by omitting the spring initiation banquet. Norman Frohlich assumed his first year of spon- sorship aided by officers Willam Austin Ligon, president; Daniel George Hardt, vice-president; and Rosemary E. Coffman, secretary-treasurer. William T. Alvis Stephen M. Austin Thomas S. Beasley Linda Becerra Richard L. Black Rebecca J. Bolding Larry M. Brittain Constance A. Cable Isidro D. Contu Lonnie E. Childs Paul Dickson Margaret E. Elki Deborah A. Engler John K. Everett Edward Z. Fair Suzanne L. Gaskin Gay A. Goforth Emmett E. Harrison Carolyn Heinlen Patricia B. Herd Charles R. Kennedy Gary M. Kusin Paul A. Leche Michael R. McElwrath Mary R. Mast Kenneth J. Mendel Douglas Palandech Christopher S. Record Louie G. Schaefer Michael P. Setty Eddie G. Shell Robert C. Strong Joseph W. Terrell Cynthia A. Toles William D. Vaughn SPRING INITIATES Raymundo Aleman Kirk R. Bohls Glenda L. Bradshaw Susan M. Byrd James M. Christiansen Kathryn A. Coffey Lanetta M. Cooper Carol J. Curtis Kathryn A. Dana lichael 5. D ' A Walter D. Davis Kathryn L. Doll Billie J. Ellis Joseph M. Fassero Ruth F. Fischer Jack N. Fuerst Robert W. Gee lary E. Gerhardt lohn R. Gladney lonald H. Grissom Edward S. Guleke Terrance P. Hami Jeff A. Harmon Santiago N. Hinoj Marc F. Huber Nancy K. Hudson Charles D. Johnso George M. Kell Larry E. Kelly Vicki K. McCarthy James F. Maroney Gary W. Mayton John L. Mericle David L. Miles Arthur M. Nathan Patrice Pargaman Robert C. Pate Lawrence A. Powers Judith Preimesberger Janet M. Radtke James Ray A. John Riggall Wayne R. Roberts William A. Roig Barbara E. Rosenberg Stephen Rosenthal Gordon M. Rubinett Anthony J. Sadberry Vivian M. Shomoun Michael J. Shearn Esther A. Silber Thomas E. Snodgrass Charles C. Stuart Russell G. Todd James L. Ware Ann M. Watson Melvin E. Waxier Gary W. Whitwo Pi Tau Sigma A mechanical engineering honor society, Pi Tau Sigma sought to promote scholastic and profes- sional achievements among its members and tried to foster ideals of professionalism and a liberal en- gineering education. By maintaining a faculty bulle- tin board and organizing firesides, members helped students and faculty become acquainted. Pi Tau Sigma s officers for this year were Charles Leroy Baskin, president; Lance Plowman Smith, vice-president; James Edward Turner, re- cording secretary; and Mary C. Lippert, corre- sponding secretary. Members were selected during the fall and spring semesters on the basis of g rade point aver- age and character. MEMBERS Charles L. Baskin James D. Sreer T. W. Casey Haney Robert B. Howell Mary C. Lippert S. Mark Matthews Jack D. Morrow Louis C. Ogden Henry P. Offer Robert C. Olsen Byron E. Short Lance P. Smith Michael . Thomas James W. Turner John L. Wilson SPRING PLEDGES Roy E. Barth Bernard G. Brady James F. Branch Johnny R. Brezma Walter Mark Bura Duwain A. Corbell Steve L. Wai Hui Tommy L. Knowles Gary W. Konecny Michael W. Mitchell Barry H. Standley Martin L. Stone Robert H. Sweat I FRONT ROW: Mark James Friesenhahn, Lance Plowman Smith, Joseph K. Chan, Mary Catherine Lippert, James David Miertschin, Allen Erbacher Dubberley, Joseph Stephen Williamson, Byron Elliot Short. SECOND ROW: Charles Leroy Baskin, Thomas James Kreston. William Lee Nor- wood, William C. Gunst, Joseph Jefferson Beaman. Stephen Craig Walls, Steven Parks Nichols, Denis Steve Kopecki. THIRD ROW: Stephen Malkin, Robert Courtney Olsen, Richard Brian Bills, Jack Dezelle Morrow, Thomas Peter Felkai, James Melvin Baird, Steve Spears. James Wimberley Turner, Thomas Casey Haney. 171 Praetorian Guard FIRST ROW: Jon Beisenherz, Robert R. Gannaway, James Patrick Owen, Jerry Wayne Dalton, Charles Edward Dorsett, Maria Kay Munneke, Mi- chael Bernard Brands, Gary Allen Vicksell, Bruce Acton Sowers, Jim L. Gearing. SECOND ROW: George Sandy MacFadyen. O. Zeller Robert- son, Leroy David Thompson, Kenny Joseph Chapline, Richard Scott Burn- ham, Charles Dan Blakeney, J. Michael Ledbetter, James N. Bostic. THIRD ROW: Glenn James Harrold, Wayne Ervin Sirmon, George Douglas An- drew, John Everett Rickey. Robert Henry Hadd, Charles Pat Reynolds. Dan C. Weatherly. MEMBERS G. Douglas Andrew Jon A. Beisenherz James N. Bostic John B. Branch Jerry W. Dalton Charles E. Dorsett Antonio E. Gomez Robert B. Hadd Glenn J. Harrold Wayne T. Henderson Audie D. Hubbard Richard G. Kram er John F. Morris Eric L. Monashkin James P. Owen Charles P. Reynolds John E. Richey C. David Rutty Rudolfo Sanchez Wayne E. Sirmon Dan C. Weatherly FALL PLEDGES Michael B. Brands David Brown Richard S. Burnham Fred H. Connally John M. Ledbetter George S. MacFadyen Bruce A. Sowers Leroy D. Thompson Gary A. Vicksell SPRING INITIATES Thomas C. Buckley James L. Gearing James L. Littrell The Praetorian Guard strives to build the quali- ties of officers in its membership through practical military, academic, and social experience. Among activities, the guard raised the pennants around Memorial Stadium and provided an advisor for the Reagan High School AFROTC Drill Team. Officers for this year included Dan C. Weath- erly, commander; Charles Edward Dorsett, execu- tive; Jerry Wayne Dalton, executive adjutant; Glenn James Harrold, inspector. Maria Kay Mun- neke was sweetheart. Anyone currently enrolled in Army, Navy or Air Force ROTC is eligible for membership. 172 MEMBERS Richard L Berry Martin B. Bolt James A. Boone Judy E. Brooks James R. Dykes Joel Farb Donald C. Gaiser Rose Marie Gernand William D. Gillum Wayne A. Gregory Victoria Gonzales Erna S. Grissom Michael J. Hons Barbara C. Hollis Dorothy J. Kelly Sondra G. Kravtin Stanley A. Kuczaj Cathy Leary Sharon K. Lewellyn Daniel G. Mossier Patricia A. Moulton Anne D. Orrison Jay I. Peters Carole Anne Pierce Steve Rosenbaum Marsha Stein Russell A. Schoenbaechler Morrie L. Schulman Sarah B. Smith Trescott K. Smith Karen D. Walker Robert W. Welsh Jeanette M. Wendt Robert M. Williams Leslie E. Williams Joseph Whitworth Martha C. Yarbrough Psi Chi With the purpose of promoting scholarship and fellowship among its members, Psi Chi, an honorary psychology organization, sponsored informal sand wich seminars this year with psychology and educa- tional psychology faculty members. Psychology majors with a 3.5 grade point aver- age in psychology and an overall 3.0 average are eligible for membership. Officers were Karen Denise Walker, president; William Daniel Gillum, vice-president; Carole Ann Pierce, vice-president; Patricia Ann Moulton, trea- surer; and Barbara Lou Nordhem, secretary. FRONT ROW: Erna Sue Grissom, Karen Denise Walker, Marsha Stein, Brenda E. Trojanowsky, Rose Marie Gernano. SECOND ROW: Robert Wilson Welsh. Judy Elizabeth Brooks. Michael Jerome Hons. Sarah Beth Smith. Patricia Ann Moulton, Donald Curtis Gaiser. 173 Rho Chi t, In an effort to promote scholarship, friendship, and the recognition of high attainments in the pharmaceutical sciences, the Nu chapter of Rho 3hi selects outstanding pharmacy students to membership. Upperclassmen who have maintained a B average and are in the upper 20 percent of their class are selected for membership in the Na- tional Honorary Pharmaceutical Society. Members sponsor a spring banquet and initiations each year. Officers this year included Ernest D. Henry, president; Loyd Allen, vice-president; and Robert G. Brown, secretary-treasurer and advisor. KACULTY MEMBERS Robert G. Brown Henry M. Burlage Alan B. Combs John E. Davis Jaime N. Delgado Karl Folkers Ronata D. Garrett Gunnar.l jerstad Esther W. Hall Dale D. Maness Jay Nematollahi Frank R. Radzai Jean Scholler Herbert F. Schwartz William J. Sheffield Gerald Sullivan Charles A. Walker Lee F. Worrell Billy B. Wylie GRADUATE STUDENT MEMBERS Loyd V. Allen Charles W. Bode Louis R. Cannatti Ernest D. Henry Pedro Huerta Donald L. Middleton Gustavo R. Ortega UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT MEMBERS Ernesto C, Guerra Kathryn J. Hoover Michael R. Moore Alice F. Omeis Jimmy B. Rice Robert Vela SPRING PLEDGES John J. Armstrong Mary E. Blair Eugene D. Blount Terry L. Bryant Devon W. Carminati Roland S. Davies James Dickerson David C. Gambel George X. Guerra Norma I. Haile Marilyn M. Hardy Ollie L. Helm Rebecca A. Idar Debra D. Lacy Harold D. Lewis Maria O. Martinez Gary R. Parks Patrice D. Schlecte Mark A. Werner ! 174 Scabbard and Blade FRONT ROW: Michael Kris King. Robert B. Huff, Major James William Schmitz, Eugene Frank Behal, Randal Scott McDonald. SECOND ROW: Robert Larry Hopkins. Steven Kendrick Howell, Ronald Perry Camp, Barry Douglas Montgomery. Charles Edward Dorsett. Michael Anthony Tatone, Donald Bruce Mackenzie-Graham. Gilbert Wesson Bailey. Trey Daniel Pen- nington, Byron Elliott Short. The National Society of Scabbard and Blade, Company G, 8th Regiment, is an honorary organi- zation for ROTC upperclassmen. Outstanding ca- dets and midshipmen from Army, Navy, and Air Force units are chosen for membership. Leadership potential, professional accomplishment, and scho- lastic record are primary characteristics considered in selecting pledges. In November, the members worked with the Uni- versity Baptist Church on a clean-up project in east Austin. In the spring, they sponsored the 7th an- nual University Invitational College Drill Meet Competition in which ROTC students from the Southwest Conference schools and other schools in Louisiana and Oklahoma participated. Officers for the fall semester were Eugene Frank Behal, captain; Robert Benjamin Huff, 1st lieuten- ant; Randall Scott McDonald, 2nd lieutenant; and Peter Robertson Baker, 1st sergeant. MEMBERS Peter R. Baker Raymond D. Barrett Eugene F. Behal Ronald P. Camp Thomas E. Cotner William B. Cude James R. Dickson Charles E. Dorsett Chad Fletcher David M. Hardy Lawrence E. Honig Robert L. Hopkins Steven K. Howell Robert B. Huff Stephen T. James Kevin J. Kelley Michael K. King Kent A. Main Robert A. Marcotte Donald B. MacKenzie- Graham John M. McAfee Randall S. McDonald Floy L. Metheny James E. Mitchell Thomas D. Moran John M. Nolan Paul C. Pearson Troy D. Pennington Robert L. Pittsford Byron E. Short Spencer H. Smith Michael A. Tatone Mario O. Tello Robert B. Thieme Mark C. Thoman James P. Voss Gary Wofford Barry H. Wolf 175 Scottish Scholars LEFT TO RIGHT: Cynthia Allen Goodwin, Cathy Lynn Vowell, Lujet C. McCullough, Victoria Laura Stiba, Carol Leigh Bloomer, Sandra Lynn Friedrich, Dorothy Jean Kelly, Jan Harris Milz. MEMBERS Carol L. Bloomer Sandra L. Friedrich Cynthia A. Goodwin Dorothy J. Kelly Lujet C. McCullougl Jan H. Milz Janet L. Osborne Victoria L. Stiba Esther R. Vincent Cathy L. Vowell The Scottish Scholars of Scottish Rite Dormitory, an organization that promotes academic excellence by providing incentive through intellectual partici- pation and through service, tapped their members at a formal dinner in the spring. Membership is based on a 3.5 grade point aver- age and residence in Scottish Rite Dormitory for one semester. Tutoring other residents and maintaining a test file are two services which the Scottish Scholars provided for the dormitory. Serving as officers this year were Lujet Clements McCullough, president; Dorothy Jean Kelly, vice- president; Sandra Lynn Friedrich, secretary. Clara Walker was the sponsor. I B wl W WI W New members received a certificate and congratulations from SRD residents at the tapping dinner. 176 lar Sigma Gamma Tau Honoring students of good character who have achieved a set standard, judged by grade point average, Sigma Gamma Tau selected qualified stu- dents in the fields of aeronautics for membership in the fall and spring semesters. The pledges were re- quired to finish a replica of the organization ' s sym- bol and obtain the signatures of the faculty in the Aerospace Engineering Department. The candi- dates were initiated at a banquet at the end of each semester. Officers were William Greenlees, president; Jef- frey Lea Zickler, vice-president ; Jimmy Charles Narramore, treasurer; and Karen Michele Morrison, secretary. David G. Hull and Wallace T. Fowler served as advisors. MEMBERS Barry K. Benedict Kathy R. Center Larry J. Edgeman Terry W. Feagin Norman R. Flemens Ronald W. Greene William Greenlees Kenneth E. Griffin Dennis C. Haley James R. Koteras Greg J. Loyd D. David Martin Karen M. Morrison Jimmy C. Narramore Edward P. Nolte Robert D. Pillsbury Atair Rios-Neto Michael L Smith Terry L. Todd Kenneth C. Williams Stephen J. Womack Jeffrey L. Zickler SPRING PLEDGES Peter T. Demakes Sing C. Goh Gary W. Johnson Mark L. Labaj Richard T. Macon Michael L. Mahaffey John M. Miller Scott V. Murray Yong-Sing Ong FRONT: Sing Ching Goh. SECOND ROW: Greg Jonathon Loyd, Jimmy Charles Narramore. Karen Michele Morrison. THIRD ROW: Michael Lee Smith. John Mi- chael Miller, Kenneth Calvert Williams, Michael L. Mahaffey. Glyn David Martin. 177 Tau Beta Pi Election to Tau Beta Pi is on the basis of scholar- ship and character. Members are chosen from en- gineering undergraduates and distinguished alumni. The group worked this year with the Austin State School for the Mentally Retarded. In the fall, they sponsored a clean-up and tree planting pro- ject on campus, and in the spring they sponsored a blood drive for the kidney foundation. Robert Courtney Olsen served as president, Mi- chael Lee Smith, vice-president; Jack Dezelle Mor- row, corresponding secretary; Gary Ray Rylander, recording secretary; and Douglas John Bartek, treasurer. Eugene H. Wissler served as chairman of Tau Beta Pi ' s advisory board. Members and pledges donated blood to the Kidney Foundation. Tau Beta Pi members and pledges struggled for the beer tap at their fall picnic. 178 MEMBERS Thomas G. Arthur James M. Baird Jeffery R. Baker Douglas J. Bartek Charles L Baskin Jerry L. Berry Leland L. Bethurum Richard B. Bills Donald G. Bingham Craig A. Blaising Waldon A. Boecker William R. Bolton , Stephen N. Brookjg Phoebe C. P. Ch Robert R. Davis Linda L. Eraser i William Greenlew Jimmie D. Greer Hal E. Hagemei Francis D. Hende Randy D. ' Horsak Robert B. Howell Randy J. James Thomas W. Kam Stephen T. Kush Mary C. Lippert James L. Marsh Mark L. Matthe Carl J. Meade Richard H. Mo Karen M. Morr, Jack D. Morro 1 Lawrence L. Moss Larry D. Murr)| James C. Narremore Frank W. Ne William H. Neal Frank W. Nobles James G. Noblett William C. Nowlin Hiry P. Of] R ert C. eph D. Paciott nerick J. Pa Jrrett D. Polha jineth R. Richa uis J. Riefier Gary R. Rylander Lawrence F. Safford Byron E. Short Richard W. Smalling Lance P. Smith Michael L. Smith Michael G. Thomas Richard J. Thornhill Albert M. Tomforde Joseph P. Von Merveldt John H. Walker John W. Wessels Mark G. White Raleigh S. Williamson John L. Wilson John A. Wooley Sherry S. Zwiebe att badan . Awwa4 Rdll. Bartk Joseph J. Beaman John P. Bollimei Hollis H. Bond Bernard G. Brady John J. Brad ohnny R. Brezina John A. Brogan lis G. Busch sepK K. Chan iter K. M. Chow Larry D. Cooper David L. Cox Allen E. Dubberley Donald E. Engeling Thomas P. Felkai ftorman R. Flemens jHvta J. Friesenhahn Robert W. Graham C. Breck Graves Frank L. Grossman William C. Gunst I TBmas W. Haney George W. Hejtmane UJrry E. Huebner W. Steve Hui Gary W. Johnson f hn C. Keller Harley R. King Tommy L. Knowles Denis S. Kope J Jgjjrjj JJ restor Randy D. Charles D Greg Michael L. Maha Glyn D. Martin Robert A. McKetta Steven W. Meers .fames D. Miert: lichael W. Mj Seven P. Nicjtol nt W. Ni ols. iam L. Norwood uis G. Ogden =k P. Reily jandro Rocha pears fodd 5. Trutn Tucker ali James W. Turner Robert M. Wagner Donald C. Wahrmund Stephen C. Walls Kenneth C. Williams Joseph S. Williamson Joseph L. Wilson Joseph K. Wu Joncie H. Young Jeffery L. Zickler SPRING PLEDGES H. Barnes Stephen L. Berkley Walter M. Bura Guy S. Caldwell Robert D. Campbell assan I. Chaayto Mcon-Shing Chan in A. Corbell JohiiS. Corbin Davit E. Daniel |Paul IV. Darden Terence M. Doyle Barry!). Fairbanks Charles R. Felton Lewis E. Foxhall Kent B. Givens Sing-Crnng Goh John B. Gordon Bill M.Grosskopf Joe R. Harris Louis R. Hobbs James F. Hodgson Michael M. Kiech Gary W. Konecny Richard T. Macon Warren N. Massey Sammy K. McSpadden John M. Miller James E. Murray liam E. Muston Panzel Iry J. Paynl idward S. Peterson Iryfcn W. Porter W. Woody Raine Roy M. Riley Jesse L. Roberts Gonzalo Ruiz David R. Smith David L. Snow Siu-Kee So Barry H. Standley Stephen M. Sullivan Robert H. Sweat James R. Thompson Michael D. Winniford David E. Wukasch 179 Tau Beta Sigma MEMBERS Marilyn F. Blrdsong Amy J. Brown Terry L. Bryant Gwena L. Cearley Amy E. Croly Claudia F. Davidson Marilyn Y. Edwards Patrissa A. Giraudin Beverly A. Gray Mary H. Greenwood Sherry L. Grona Susan D. Harrison Laura J. Kirlclen Marie E. Love Brenda L. Murphy Nancy J. Nugent Beverly D. Teller Sandra K. Vine Marie L. Werkenthin FALL PLEDGES Roberta L. Cleland Roxanne L. Cleland Rickie C. Cooper Kimberly S. Corder Peggy A. Goethe Beverly K. Green Margaret F. Ludl Claudia J. Murray Carol L. Schmidt SPRING PLEDGES Artie A. Fielder Shari D. Jordan Mary B. Kepper Nancy A. Turner Promoting welfare of the Longhorn Band and fostering a close relationship with other college bands are the purposes of the Beta Gamma chap- ter of Tau Beta Sigma, a national honor sorority for college bandwomen. Members of the sorority participated in service projects ranging from altering and repairing band uniforms to selling Longhorn Band records and postcards after home games. To become a member, women must be enrolled in the band, must be qualified musicians and must be outstanding campus leaders. Pledgeship lasts one semester. Officers of this year included Amy Eillen Croly, president; Sandra Kathryn Vine, first vice-presi- dent; Marilyn Faye Birdsong, second vice-presi- dent; Marie L. Werkenthin, treasurer; Gwena Lynn Cearley, recording secretary; Brenda Louise Mur- phy, corresponding secretary; Marilyn Y. Edwards, parliamentarian; Sherry Lynn Grona, historian. Mrs. James Hejl was advisor. 1 . Amy E. Croly 2. Sandra K. Vine 3. Brenda L. Murphy 4. Marie L. Werkenthin 5. Gwena L. Cearley 6. Marilyn F. Birdsong 7. Sherry L. Grona 8. Marilyn Y. Edwards 9. Margaret F. Ludl 10. Beverly A. Gray I I. Nancy J. Nugent 12. Peggy A. Goethe 13. Amy J. Brown 14. Marie E. Love 15. Rickie C. Cooper 16. Claudia F. Davidson 17. Roberta L. Cleland 18. Carol L. Schmidt 19. Mary H. Greenwood 20. Kimberly S. Corder 21. Claudia J. Murray 22. Laura J. Kirklen 23. Roxanne L. Cleland 24. Beverly K. Green 25. Susan D. Harrison 26. Partissa A. Giraudin 27. Beverly D. Teller 180 GRI :KS JOHN ADKINS TRACEE CHENOWETH William Allen Jeff Balfoort Stephen Beasley Robert Best Stephen Blend Stuart Bradford Richard Breidenbach Chris Burditt Robert Campbell Joe Chumlee Frank Cole Harry Craig Billy Davis Tom Drobyski David Dunlap Wayne Ekstrom John English Rene Gana Tommy Goodrich Bob Harrell Victor Harris Rocky Hollingshead James Holloway James Holtxmen Kelley Howard Edward Knight George Mealy Acacia Members of Acacia were involved in various as- pects of campus life this year, including events for the Special Olympics for retarded children and the Silver Spur Rodeo. They participated in the intramu- ral sports activities, winning the volleyball " A, " " B, " and mullet team championships. Social events included a casino party, OU party, Christmas semi-formal, and Round-Up parties. Active Acacias on campus were Silver Spurs Vic E. Harris, Steven W. Bland, and Harry L. Craig; var- sity tennis players James A. Rush, James L. Bayless, Robert F. Campbell and John W. Nelson; and varsi- ty swimmers Steve C. Beasley and Mark D. Roberts. ACACIA President David Christopher Burditt Vice-President Joseph Grant Chumlea Secretary James King Hoitiman Treasurer Harry Lee Craig Rush Captain Gary Homer Close | ! 182 -1 Acacia Order of Delphi Judy Allison Katharine Brown Julie Buaas Carol Edwards Robin Garner Cynthia Gilchnst Lynn Guess Nancy Huston Laura Job Karen Jonei Jo McKenzie Ann Reynolds Gwyn Sheffield Joan Simpson Cynthia Wendland John P.p.r Louis Potgat Bill Purc.ll Richard Rhod.t Rick Rob.rts Cesar Rodriguez Bill Romans Steven Sawyer Armond Schwarti James Shelton Thomas Sheiton Glenn Stayer Phillip Watson James White Robert Williams A game of water football at Lake Austin was part of Acacia rush. 183 Jan Adams Amanda Alien Teresa Anderjon Martha A.Wey Sally Ballard Bette Banks Jackie Barnett Evelyn Bond Jan Boynton Carolyn Bragg Jennifer Breedlove Debbie Bryan Donna Cegelski Missy Childs Sae Childers Sue Collins Julie Culbertson Carol Curtis Laura Dale Debbie Daniel Candis Davidson Jenny Del Papa Kay Dirks MarsKa Doud D.bby Fertitta Nancy Frambach Martha Gaddis Jane Garner Debbie Gartman Janet Gish Cheryl Goodman Martha Graves Amy Greaves Marilyn Hall Janet. Hartman Julie Hawkins Leslie Heller Martha Hemphill Betsy Hess Elizabeth Hill Jean Hochleutner Sissy Hudgens Marilyn Hunt Nancy Huston Nedre Hutchinson Cheryl Jennings Karen Jones Cindy Kruger Rita Kay Langley Libby Larson Alpha Chi Omega Members of Alpha Chi Omega enjoyed many ac- tivities during 1971-72. They held a Dads ' Day brunch, fall retreat, casual, and a spring formal. AChiO pledges took part in Derby Day and sold tickets to the Cowboy Minstrels show in the fall. Members participated in a picnic for Girls ' Town. The sorority earned many campus honors. Cheryl Ruth 0oodman was University sweetheart, varsity cheerleader, and orientation advisor. Mary Beth Watson received the Spur Sweetheart title and Julia Jean Newsom Cordette ' s executive officer. AXQ President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Mary Beth Watson Sally Anne Ballard Ann Caroline Leifeste Jean Rivers Julia Jean Newsom 184 Shelia Lirtle Jil Lock tt D.bbi. Long Linda Massad Sue McCallum Cyntfia McCuHougr, Debbie McK nn y Jo McKemie Nancy M nzi s Diane Milling Carol Moor L ann Moore Cindy Morgan Julie Newiom Nancy Novak Kerry O ' Donn.ll Linda Parker Carlene Patton Joan Paison Adana Pearce Sylvia Pennywell Debbie Preiton Jean Rivers Liu Robb Lynn Robb Robin Robert. Danna ROM Debbie Ron Linda Ron D ' Ann Ruhmann Libby Sale Karen Schneider Vicki Schnrrziul Joan Simpson Lori Skopinski Kay Smith Kayle Smith Ton! Smith Marilyn Smothers Cindy Spik r Mindy Stamey Becky St ph nson Judy league Rosryn Tiemann Joni Vock Mary B th Watson Debbie W.ihel Cindy Welhauien Missy Weiton Cheryl Wiley Participation in a picnic for Girls ' Town was one of many ' AChiO activities. 185 Suian Amoldy Martha Banhton Cora! Beach DM Dee Blank. nbalrer Ell.n Blankenbaker Lynn Brown Marcia Brud.r Dawn Bruner Bette Bullard Li. Burk. Cathy Ch.dick BanSy Childi Dorothy Col.rn.rt Carol Colglazier Eliiabeth Combi Jana Conner Kathy Dahlbrg AAH President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Therese Kreig Cynthia Bruce Dancie Dee Perugini Susan Burnett Ganchan Martha L Gallier Kathryn Dana Ebbla Davi. Charyl Dodd Daborah Edl Eby D.bbl. Ellii Ed.ll Elliion Jo Lynn Entimingar Kathy Erickwn Cindy Ervin Cindi H.atwood Danii Foraman Diannft Foreman Jana Foitar Ruth Foit.r Kathy Fr.aland Emily Fritr Pat FurgiutU Mirth. Salli.r Mag Ganchan Suun Ganchan Suian Garvay Shally Good.ll P.m Gay Gordon Gay Gribble Manha Guan Vaughn Hancock Bobbi. Hand Lynn. Harri. Jania Geil Harn Ruthi. H.nna Rotaann H.nning.r Hil.ri. Hightowar C.thy Hild.brand Carolyn Hill Laura Hill Sharon Hill Nancy HiocUry Trri Hook Trici. HughM Hiiabth Imhoff Kathryn Imhoff BanH. Jamai Gail K.ll.y Jan Kirk.nd.ll Kay Mary Kobr Elian Ko..t.r Tarry Kraig 186 ! ha ; ' ,..,. iii Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi sisters achieved many individual honors and participated in numerous campus activi- ties. Orientation advisors were Therese Kreig and Martha L. Gallier. Vicki Gayle White was selected as one of the Ten Most Beautiful at the University. Other members active on campus were Kay Mary Kober, vice-president of Mortar Board, and Karen Gay Gordon, secretary of Angel Flight. Dads ' Day topped the list of activities. Pledges and their big sisters attended Derby Day and went on a fall retreat. ADPi ' s also supported an orphan through the Christmas Children ' s Fund, made toys for an overseas orphanage, and entertained children at the Rosewood Day Care Center. ADPi ' s entertained rushees with a Camelot skit. Mind. Kuhn Carol Lanham Siri Lundstedt Vick; Mahaffey Bey Males Nancy Martin Suzanne Matheson Fran McEvoy Glenda Mean Janica Moor Kathy Moore Debbie Mot Cathy Mynson Leilee Murray Kay Ochsenbein Lisa Olten Jayna Oiborn Janet Osborne Dancia Parugini Mary Ann Per Jana Phillay Pam Phillips Prissy Polchinski Peggy Poling Donna Rec Eliiabath Reed Becca Reynolds George Ann Rivers Janice Runberg Martha Salter Kay Schaefer Karon Schrank Becca Shumate Sue Smith Jena Soward Georgiana Stanley Marilyn Stanley Sally Stotler Susan Sumners Lii Tankersley Nancy Teinert Petti Terry Kathy Terwey Beverly Thompson Mary Vance Token Nancy Vance Puddy Vance Delia Walston Janet Whaley Cathy White Cindi White Oenise White Ton! White Vicki White Bobbye Williams Peggy WoK Melinda Worrell Terrie Wyett Jan Yarbrough Vicki Yete. 187 188 Debra Aron Vickie Bachus Jean Blueitein Sua Bernstein Kathy Bergman Becky Bricltman Katherine Brookne Jan is Butler Sara Chapman Suian Churney Judy Cohan Marcy Oarrow Jotlynn Diskin Janet Dover Joan Dover Deniie Drexler Cynthia Edelman Jan Feinberg Mary Finkektein Jil Ford Jani Foi Caren Gartner Beverly Goldsobel BHyGoot Lolly Greenberg Hildi Haikin Holly Harwood Alyce Hoffman Peggy Horwits Nancy Kariel Sara Kesiler Varerie Kotin Lynda Kravitz Roianne Krumholz Sandra Landsberg Barbara Lauterbach Lecia Laben Sydney Leeds Karen Levenson Sharyl Levin Marci Levison A part of Alpha Epsilon Phi ' s pledge program included a fall retreat. AEO President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Margie Nan Meyer Susan Jean Pepper Betty Eldridge Janine Ellen Young Sydney Frances Leeds Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Epsilon Phi pledges were greeted this fall with a retreat at Wimberly. Members participated in intramural football and a party was given by the pledges to wish the actives a " Happy Hanukah. " As part of a cultural program, AEPhi ' s visited the LBJ Library. Their philanthropic activities included work at the Travis State School. Working with other organizations on campus was Helaine Susan Reader, administrative officer for Angel Flight. IrfttMt Amy Lvy Janice Luikey Alic. Mailar, C.thy Meh! Margie Mayer Karen Miller Pamela Morgan Pam Myeri Shelley Nelbert Barbara Night Trudie Plohky Peggy Pokinsky Mint! Presier Helaine Reader Cynlhia Roienblum Judy Ro.enblum Suian Rosman Patricia Rottner Lorrie Rubin Randy Rutenberg Terry Rutenberg Catherine Salmon Nancy Saltimen Robin Schepi Oebby Schonberge ' Cher,! Schraub Jan Scrinopikie Debr. Selig Nancy Stern Patricia Tapper Donna Tiih Cheryl Toubin Linda W.iner Linda We.l.r Marilyn Walomky Jenine Young 189 Little Sisters of the Lion FRONT ROW: Joe Cukier, Gary Moore. SECOND ROW: Linda Manowitz, Fran Samulin. Mlmi Yonack, Sue Spector, Marci Wittels, Melissa Denbo. Bill Becker Mike Blum Steve Cohan Dean Dairymple D.n Daniel Roger Davidson Eddie Davis Bill Duboit Dan Fertel Bruce Fickman Remodeling and repainting their house was the summer project for members of Alpha Epsilon Pi. Donating to a kidney benefit was the major service project of the year. The Pi ' s social functions included the annual Viking party in December and a New Year ' s Eve Dance. Successful in intramural sports were Joel G. Gal- pern and Jeffery A. Barnes as University handball doubles winners. Michael E. Stewart was the frater- nity singles champion. Gamma Deuteron chapter was organized at UT in 1939 and was the first fraternity here to build a li- brary inside their house. Alpha Epsilon Pi AEI1 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Mark Steven Weiner Marvin Paul Worth John Steven Moore Kenneth Schiller Steven Kerry Topleti 190 Mark Rnkelitein Scott Fleming Meyer Goldberg Chuck Green Donnie Greenspan Warren Hoffman Merk Kogut Bart Kornblatt Lynn Kraull Gary Moore Steve Moore Mark Naboshek Alan Paull Bill Rubiraky Bruce Samulin Adrian Shapiro Kenneth Schiller Av Silverman Willy Spizman Joe Staller Mike Stewart Hank Subotnik Steve Topleti Ellis Turner Gary Weinstein Andy Wilk Mike Znilek The annual Alpha Epsilon Pi Viking Party was a major event 191 A Christmas was the busiest season for Alpha Gamma Delta. Members held several parties, a date dinner, and tree-trimming activities during the holi- day season. The spirit of the holidays was carried into spring as members assisted at the Four Seasons Nursing Home for an annual service project. The AGD ' s worked to fill a trophy case for the house by winning first place in bowling intramurals and several awards in pep rally contests. Repre- senting AGO on campus was Alicia Ann Hunt, a 1971 Cactus Goodfellow. AfA President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Ann Elizabeth Eiermann Janet (Catherine Reinsch Martha Lynne Ehlers Linda Ann Ribble Sherri Lynne Gripon ASD ' s entertained an alumna and her children at a chapter meeting. Annette Anderson M.rlha Antele Cathy Arrington Mary Barnes Cynthia Barry Sham Borth Mary Cook Patricia Conradt Alison Culling Rosemary Dugger Lynn Margaret Fairleigh Mary Fortin Sharon Giblin Linda Griffith Sherri Gripon Alicia Hunt I 192 Alpha Gamma Delta Chriity Hunter Jan Jochec Mary Kim Suzanna Mabry Dal. McCaleb Gail Naymola Pamela Phillip! Margaret Reader Janet Reinsert Linda Ribble Rowena Roberts Cathy Ruppert Barbara Sauer Deborah Slator Leila Van Norden Charmain Waugh Members of Alpha Gamma Delta enjoyed exchanging Christmas presents. 193 Alpha Kappa Alph Bobbie Adami Aronetta Jo Baylor Diana Harrii Linda Harvey Willis Johnson Sherrila Lee Carol Means i Linda Rutherford Soarii Samuel Yv Scotf Br.nda Wallr Dsniid Williams 6wn Wil,n 194 Founded in 1959 as the first black sorority on the University campus, Alpha Kappa Alpha remained prominent this year. Their service projects included a Halloween party sponsored for the Day Care Center of East Austin, Christmas gifts for children, working with voter registration in East Austin, and a Can-Can Dance to accumulate food for needy families at Thanksgiving. Among many activities on the social calendar, were two sing-songs and probate shows. Working for AKA in other organizations were Sherrita Doris Lee and Yvette Gale Scott with the Afro-American Culture Committee. Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha hosted a sing-song. AKA President Diana Lee Harris Vice-President Yvette Gale Scott Secretary Willie Mae Johnson Treasurer Gwendolyn Faye Wilson Rush Captain Sherrita Doris Lee Rushees admired the AKA sorority crest. 195 Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi experimented with a new home in Hardin North Apartments this year, with mem- bers enjoying the fellowship of chapter house iving along with the conveniences of apartment life. Besides scholastic duties, AOPi ' s kept busy by participating in campus and philanthropic activities. Outstanding in campus organizations were Patricia Ann Dennis and Charnita Spring, members of the Spook executive committee; Marsha Lynn Westfall parliamentarian of Panhellenic; Susan Marie May, president of A Capella Choir; and Elizabeth King, president of the Humanities Council. Pledges held a dinner to benefit the Arthritis Foundation and made a donation to the People ' s Free Clinic. 196 Aon President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Deborah Ann Stanley George Ann Harpole Janette L. Cook Susan Ellen Woner Kathleen Shupe AOPi ' s mixed fun with business at regular chapter meetings. Catherine Albert Claire Behrens Charlotte Carl Simone Childf Janette Cook Elaine Davis Members ot Alpha Omicron Pi practiced for Sing-Song. Pal Dennil Mary Evans Elaine Silley Eli.abeth Gilley George Ann Harpole Christine Hollingihead Lea Johnson Deborah Josey Betsy Kidd Keren Kofehl Bonnie Lucas Susan May Vivienne McKitri ck Mery Jo Neal Suzanne Sheckelford Deborah Stanley Jacquelyn Strickler 197 Carol Albert Karen Anderson Connie Andrews Suzanne Baldwin Mary Lou Baikins Alpha Phi Various projects kept members of Alpha Phi occu- pied. Bingo parties each week for the Four Seasons Nursing Home, work at the White Settlement Home, and selling candy valentines to benefit Car- diac Aid were among the activities. Social events in- cluded an old movies party, a " fratty " friends party, a spring formal, and fall and spring casuals. Outstanding on campus was Kathleen Lee Palmer, Angel Flight vice-president. ' A P President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Betty Ellen Taylor Katharine Ann Briell Janet Ann Pierce Bonnie Sue Cox Julia Ann Peek Barbara Behne BeHy Bess Butty Byer Claire Bradlhaw Kathy 8rl.ll Debbie Bussey Janice Campise Lisa Chaff Bitiy Clapp Carla Coldw.ll Ann Coward Margaret Coward Linda Cottingham Katie Cowser Bonnie Coi Phyllis Craig Linda Crawford Patty Crawford Cathy Cruce Penny Curbello Olivia Daigh Sue Doty Sally Ead Robin England Karen Evans Jeannine Farmer Cathy Garvey Denii Gieryn Gail Gregg Kethy Grey Debbie Griffith Di Haack Cindy Herding Chris Harris Pattye Henderson Ande Hinds Ann Holloway Candy Humphrey Barbie Hurt Libby Hutchins Alice Jennings Kathleen Karatek Becky Kilgore Nancy Kipp Susan Klinger 198 Becky Knight Louanne Lambert Cheryl Lester Karen Lew Barbie Lynn Barbara MacPherson Anne Maddoi Mekie Malin Debbie Markette Terr! Merth Marian McDowell Elizabeth Mclnnii Kay Mile Candy Mitchell Nancy Montgomery Jo Ann Muir Carol Neill Lix Newtome Nancy Noonan Nancy Nugent Kathy Palmer Jeanne Park Ann Peek Pam Peck Ruth Pennington Becky Pettus Carol Petty Jan Pierce Sarah Rainey Sara Ramsey Lindsay RenHro Janit Robertson Mary Rogers Linda Royall Vicki Rummetl Pam Rush Susan Ryder Janie Sanders Lisa Sawyer Lynn Schnitman Linda Schraub Nancy Shelton Becky Stell Sally St. Onge Pat Strain Dee Swope Betty Taylor Carla Thomas Laura Thomas Susan Tudor Melinda Wall Linda Warren Paula Watson Leanne Weidner Cathy Wersterfer Jenny White Janet Wier Linda Williarr Cindy Wolma Robin Zaremba New Alpha Phi pledges greeted well-wishers on pledge night 199 Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Phi Alpha ' s year on campus was marked with involvement in campus and community events. Members participated in the Big Brother Program by entertaining fatherless boys in East Austin. They also took part in parties sponsored by City Parks and Recreation for East Austin children. The Epsilon lota chapter sought to increase coop- eration with other black community groups by join- ing in projects with Huston-Tillotson College. The group showed slides in the Afro-American Culture Room in the Union, and organized the bi-annual Sing Songs for the other black greek organizations on campus. Noah Richardson " served as chairman of the Black Student Union. Social activities included a Christmas semi-formal a formal in March, and parties after Sing-Song. Alpha Phi Alpha sweetheart was Rosalind Willcins. Alpha Phi Alpha Pledges: FRONT ROW: Albert Hawkins. Ron Brown, Rodney Witcher, Robert Haller. SECOND ROW: Woodrow Miller, Walter Winston, Larry Irwin, Felix Malone. Osborne Strickland. 200 The brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha rocked out at a sing-song. AOA President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Michael David Glaspie Roy Earl Spears Noah Richardson Parnee Rogers Kenneth Dwaine Williams MEMBERS: Parnee Rogers, Ray Spears, Kenneth Williams, Harry Willierns, Michael Slaspie, Lucius Alexander. 201 Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega ' s coached boys in the East Aus- tin Pan-American Football League for underprivi- leged children this year. Their team, the ATO Oil- ers, emerged as the champions. Social activities included the Christmas Black and White Formal and Hell ' s Angels party. Card playing and Friday afternoon " wall-sitting " overlooking 24th Street exemplified life around the house. Members of Alpha Tau Omega active on campus were Silver Spurs Kevin J. Millin, Michael L. Gaus, Blair G. Mercer, Mike S. Sweeney, Joseph R. Franz, and Robert F. Edens; Texas Cowboys Thompson B. Temple, Steve C. Owen, John L. Kuhlman, Mark A. Kristen, Randall B. Wilson, and Steven P. Ballantyne. ATQ President Kevin James Miller Vice-President Michael Sandlin Sweeney Secretary John Carroll Perry Treasurer Richard Anthony Naldrett Rush Captains Mark Allen Kristen Lewis McCay Dickson Thomas Atw.ll Ra Bak.r B.nil Ballantyn. Todd Ballantyn. Paul Barnhar-t Andy Buck All.n Border, David Brandt Randy Brlaniky Scott Broughton Tad Broun Paul Chapman Alan CK.ihir. Mill. Connally Harry Couliou Brad Curl. Bill Dall.i Br.nt D.nman Tom Dick Robbi. Donn.ll Jack Ead.i Clay Eimond Sam Ewan J. J. Jo Franz Larry Gain. Mik. Gaus Jimmy Gill Tr.y Gurl.y Br.nt Haggard Tony Bill Hamilton Robert Imb.r Mark Krist.n Tray Lander Blak. LaRu. Blair M.rcar Arthur Milb.rg.r Millin St.v. Moor. Edwin Morrow Ralph Nanc. Guy Northington St.v. Ow.n 202 Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross Colleen Dilworth Cyd Ellil Cheryl Goodman Leslie Gote Ginger Hamblen Sarah McMordie Sarah McMullen Molly Merritt Ginger Norlhington Carlene Ration Marsha Pearce Patti Poling Mary Seger D ' ana Sheets Mary Sheppard Katie Welder IM; H-(, InJI, .to UK Vm " Pitch " was a favorite card game for Alpha Tau Omega ' s. i Tom Peckinpaugh John Perry Richard Picket Bart Richardson Shannon Salyer Albert SantaMaria Paris Schindler Bob Scruggs David Stewart Mark Sweeney Mike Sweeney Chris Taylor Thompson Temple Ken Vaughn Will Williams Steve Zachariah 203 Kathleen Abbett Rebecca Abney Ann Adams Margaret Albert Widney Anderson Debbie Archer Cindy AHitt Beth Armstrong Gayle Arnold Linda Arnold Ava Avent Katharine Ball Cheryl Bartnett Karen Barton Karen Biggs Suiy Binkley Terry Blaylock Toye Soothe Idanell Brown Catherine Clifton Kethryn Cotfey Karen Collar Louise Cox Susan Curry Margaret Davis Mary Dicker-son JoAnna Doedyns Joan Dorr Blair Dudley Dolly Oure Mitsey Eaton Robin Fan- Patricia Finley Relda Fleshman Maribel Folk Susan Folk Sally Forrester Deborah Gardner Andrea Gtbbs Carol Gilbert Susan Glasgow Sharon Goforth Kay Graham Mary Haddad Deborah Haines Ellen Hansen Lynn Hacfcedorn April Harris Nancy Hedrick Brenda Hefner Kimberly Hendricks Robin Howard Missy Hudson Laura Hill Hughes Rocquelle Hunter Linda Isaacks Lyiia Jenkens Patty Jenkins Linda Johnson Kevyn Jones Randy Jones Laura Kamenista Candace Kane Cande Kincaid Marlene Kortage Lynda Krueger Louann Laughlin Connie Laion Members of Alpha Xi Delta helped a child as part of their service projects. 204 AIA President Linda Johnson Vice President Gayle Elizabeth Arnold Secretary Martha Kathleen Moore Treasurer Relda Ann Fleshman Rush Captain Randall Gwenyth Jones Alpha Xi Delta Assisting in the brain patterning of a child was the outstanding project of Alpha Xi Delta this year. By offering their time, members aided a boy in under- standing the mechanics of crawling. Other service activities included working with an Austin orphan- age and helping at the Four Seasons Nursing Home. The chapter also sponsored monthly speakers repre- senting different organizations. Campus organizations contained many AXiD ' s, in- cluding Randall Gwenyth Jones, treasurer of Spooks, and Spring Cordette Commander; Judith Gail Roberts, secretary of Panhellenic; Deborah Dawn Haines, treasurer of Panhellenic; Meridith Ann Yates, secretary of Spooks; and Karen Elaine Barton, treasurer of Mortar Board. Valorie Leite Barbara lindsey Linda Lott Paggy Lynch Bet-tie Massay Susie Matthiessen Tracay McCullick Laslia McKinl.y Jody Millar Jan Mill Kathy Moore Kathleen Morgan Maureen Mullana Cathi Nail Deborah Nichols Marylou Parker Molly Parman Lisa Farmer Patricia Pawlay Nancy Parry Marilaa Pinter Andrea Purdom Sharon Rainbolt Dabra Rath Judith Roberts Nancy Sanders Bath Short Sandra Simons Nita Smith Jaannia Spanglar Kathryn Sponbarg Margarat Sprinkle Julia Stack Carol Stapper Mary Jane Storey Nancy Suggs Sharyna Summers Virginia Tarkington Katharina Thompson Janny Tipper! Julia Turner Susan Van Kleef Kathryn Van Sica Karen Wada Betsy Watson Nancy Weaver 205 Pledges squared off aaainst actives at a Beta touch football game. Judy Coon Debby Fertitto Cindy Hanneberg Pamela Kuhl Shirley Lawson Patti Martin Debbie McCally Rowena Michatke Nancy Nelson Rae Olson Candy Poppai Julie Richardi Jan Schollenberger Susan Spears Cathy Taylor Melinda Wellis Ann Watson Mary Beth Watson Carol Winters Daughters of the Diamond 206 B0n President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Rush Captain Ricky Dale Delano Carl Steve Parker Phillip John Kuhl Michael Fred Mattar Theodore Beck Miller Beta Theta Pi Beta Theta Pi fraternity members were outstand- ing on campus this year. Most Valuable UT Football Player and Texas Cowboy James A. Bertelsen, Silver Spurs Ernanuel T. Ballases, James Monaghan, Carl Stephen Parker, Rick D. Delano, and Ted B. Miller were a few of the active Beta ' s. The Beta Omicron chapter participated in pep rallies, match parties and formals, and all intramural sports events. The Beta ' s, along with the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, gave a Christmas party for children from The Children ' s Home. The Darrell Royal Workshop for Cerebral Palsy gained all the proceeds from the Armadillo Bowl, a football game played in January against the Alpha Tau Omega ' s. :: 3i " S Dick Swift Carl Taylor Tommy Trimbla Tommy Tucker John Watson Cliff Whirf ill Stava Willis Grag Bair Tommy Barnard Pata Bloodworth Garry Bracht John Burke Sam Chau Mac Churchill Stewart Damuth Rick Dalano Cooper Dibrell Art Hacha Charles George Paul Graf Gaylan Groce Randy Hagan Bob Harpool John Holthousar Dick James Lan Jonas John Kuhl Pete Lauraa Gary Martin Mika Mattar Bob McBaa Mika McCoy Tad Millar Mitch Mitchall Bill Murray Bob Nayland John Oiborne Staa Parkar Laroy ParroH Rocky Richardi Doug Royal John Runne Grady Slaughter 207 Martha Adger Joyce Albano Suian Alder Dawn Alliiton Kathy Allumbaugh Patty Amerman Kathy Ashley Juhree Ayrei Nancy Ayrei Suzanne Ball Ann Bates Barbara Bennett Sally Billmeier Susan Billmeier Sandy Bishop Martha Blair Barbara Bohman Cindy Brandimart Branda Browder Suian Browning Carole Cam pis Malody Chapman Olivia Clay brook Judy Coffin Janii Copaland Becky Cozby Cathy Culwall Diane Dashiell Janice Dawtay Julia Dryden Sua Duncan Lailia Dunning Tarata Efird Debby Elliott Kathy Elliott Terrie Erickton Vicki Estrada Mary Feahan Sharon Fontenot Cathy Fosdick Suzzanna Gafford Suzanne Gardemal Chris Garrett Donna Gatawood Gayanna Gtlmer Linda Goodman Candye Gould Sandra Hall Paula Hammond Nan Hampton At Christmas, members of Chi Omega serenaded residents of the St. Francis Home. 208 XQ President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Katherine Jean Elliott Cynthia Ann Brandimarte Susan Meyer Allison Willeford Nancy McCoy Chi Omega Easily recognized on campus by the owl drops they wear, the Chi Omega ' s emphasized scholarship and community service this year. Achievement of these goals was made apparent by campus leaders Cynthia Ann Brandimarte, president of Mortar Board and Paige Pemberton, pledge trainer of Posse. Rooting for the Shorthorns were freshman cheerleaders Sandra Jeanne Hall and Becky Eileen Mercer, while Brenda Anne Brown and Deborah Dawn Goodman served as varsity cheerleaders. Nan McCoy was one of the Ten Most Beautiful. Other Chi Omega activities included first place in Derby Day and serenading at the St. Francis Nursing Home during Christmas. With the help of Delta Tau Delta, the Chi Omega ' s cleaned a dilapidated build- ing which later received a Texas Historical Marker and is used as the Campfire Girls ' Office. Ann Tillinghait Jennifer Tune Ann Whitworth Glen Wilcox V.I Wilcoi Allison Jill Winn Sera Lowrey Join Matthewi Nin McCoy Julie Mclng.ale Marilyn Miller Carol Murph Laure Nok.l Susan Orton Connie Patterson Vicki Paul Paige Pemberton Mary Phillips Judy Pot Cindy Powell Sally Pric. Karen Prothro Cathy Rickel Linda Scott Mary Seger Diane Seidler Carol Spears Sherry Spivy Kay Stephenson Jan Taylor Linda Taylor Frances Thomas Judy Thompson --- 209 Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta moved into its 60th year on campus with members participating in student af- fairs and community projects. Among Tri Delt ' s who excelled in campus affairs was Ann Pate Watson, treasurer of the Cordettes. Another honor to the Theta Zeta chapter was the selection of Nina Virgin- ia Northington as Cowboy Sweetheart. Chapter events included the Founder ' s Day Ban- quet, Dads ' Day Brunch, Spur Cowboy Brunch, and sign paintings for the pep rallies. To help the under- privileged children, Tri Delt ' s sponsored a Hallow- een party and worked at a day care center with the mentally retarded. Connie Adams Diana Adams Stephanie Adami Barbara Agee Krii Anderson Sandy Anthony Ellen Beale Christie Beard Peggy Berry Bryna Bigby Angela Bishop Emily Blackburn Barbara Blasi Sally Boss Melinda Brook. M ' liss Brownfield Aline Butler Alice Chumlea Candy Clark Carol Clements Kathy Conner Mary Cook Jane Covingtoi. Candi Cowden Becky Crawford Cathy Crier Kim Crockett Karen Danvers Pern Davidson Gail Davis Oebra Day Elaine Dickinson Colleen Dilworth Susan Elkins Cyd Ellis Sally Ervin Laura Ewing Jan Fisher Deborah Gardner Janet Gaiton Sherri Garth Ellen Giles Ann Graner Kris Groce Gail Gustafson Candy Haesemeyer Mary Hammond Deborah Hardee Eliiabeth Hebdon Julie H.ndri, Tri Delt ' s honored their fathers with a Dads ' Day luncheon. 210 Cyndy Henneberger Reagan Henneiiey Gene Ann Herrin Paige Hicheni Cynthia Hutson Linda Jennings Jan Jonas Connie Keck Sherron Kemp Kathy Kilgora Cnriisy Knight Karen Knight Pam Kuhl Garrie Leitner Martha Longwall Martha Mahon Marilyn Mason Carol Mathis Mary Mehos Lee Merritt Lynn Merritt Nancy Mil burn Lesa Mitchell Nancy Mitchell Irene Moody Judy Moore Lucy Neblet-t Diana Nelson Jean Nelson Melinda Nelson Susan Noblitt Rynn Nogueira Ginger Northington Melissa Owens Carol Parker Lacey Parkinson Helen Peters Terri Peterson Mary Pittman Susan Poe Pam Poole Dixie Presley Ruth Putney Paula Rainey Debra Read Anne Rhein Ann Richardson Becky Riley Mary Rochs Phyllis Roddie AAA President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Susan Jean Spears Lora Anne Rhein Kathryn Lee Merritt Kathryn Theresa Steile Ann Richardson Jan Schollenberger Beverly Seals Cand y Segall Susan Senter Sandy Shape Carol Smith Janet Smith Susan Spears Karran Sprain Mary Steele Kathy Steib Sandi Swan Missy Watson Marci Wells Marianne Whitfield Nancy Lee Whitfield Sylvia Willis Carolyn Wilson Diane Wilson Juby Winniford Jean Withertpoon Jill Zapalac 211 Janan Angevin Vickl Appleman Kathy Atkins Vicki Avico Susan Bar os Loyce Bates Jan Beken Barbara Belcher Brook Bennett Carol Bennie Nancy Bremer Shirley Buchanan JonJ Cabaniis Fracee Chenoweth Judy Coon Mary Crispin Sherry Crow Leslie Cummlngs Mary Dawion Chris DeLorenzo Mary DeLorenzo Suzanne Dickinson Suzanne Drace Ann Eddleman Lynn Emery Jana Estes Karen Farabee Sandy Reck Marguerite Fly Jan Fortner Cindy Gilchrist Jeane Gohl Jacque Goldbeck Karan Goldsmith Claire Goodrich Deborah Graham Jan Hall Karen Hampton Deb! Havins Pat Hejl Debb Helmer Sibyl Helmer Lee Hennestee Claudia Hitchcock Gretchen Hoffman Delta Gamma Delta Gamma began this year with a retreat at Friday Mountain Ranch. Members also volunteered their time at the Austin State School for the Blind. In addition, DG ' s participated in the Referral Counsel- ing Program at the Student Health Center, while pledges donated a basket of food at Thanksgiving to a needy family in Austin. Boosting school and sorority spirit were Sibyl Ann Helmer and Susan J. Swenke, varsity cheerleaders; and Debra Jo Porter, feature twirler for the Long- horn Band. DG pledges showed their enthusiasm by winning first place in the Cowboy Spirit Award. Reta Kathryn Porterfield and Cynthia Ann Borne- man were among the Ten Most Beautiful. Jana Audrey Estes was fall Cordette Commander, Linda Simpson was treasurer of Cordettes, and Tracee Ann Chenoweth served as sorority section editor of the Cactus. 4 212 Vana Diane Romell Roxan Gwyn Simms Mary P. Crispin Martha V. Wynne Claire M. Goodrich Ch. K.lly Susie Kolle Judy Koop Lynette Lambert Jennie Lang Lide Lea Maurine Lloyd D. J. Loral Carol Luce Melodie Lundgren Marilyn Manfull Debi Marshall Claire McAdams Mary McGaha Mindy McGregor Janie McGuffey Susie McGuffey Suzanne McKee Karen McLean Vicki Miller Janet Onion Cindy Parker Candy Poppat Debbie Porter Kathy Porter-field Cindy Robertson Vana Romell Suzanne Sage Cindy Schubert Debbie Sellers Linda SKockey Pan. Sibley Roian Simms Linda Simpson Carolyn Smith Nancy Sonntag Margie Squires Judy Stringer Susan Swenke Pat Tatum Kay Terry Judy Thomas Marie Timberlake Jeanne Tomson Anne Transou Johanna Vick Nancy Voigt Kim Watkins Vicki Watson Bee Webb Janet Webb Cathy Whitmire Claudia Wilson Nelda Wilson Pam Wilson Linda Woodum Janet Wooley Marty Wynne Delta Gamma actives entertained alumnae with their rush skit. 213 In 1969 when astronaut Alan Bean, University graduate and DKE alumnus, stepped onto the moon he had both an American flag and a Delta Kappa Epsilon banner. This banner now hangs on the wall of the DKE house commemorating the event. The pride shown by Bean was an extension of the Texas chapter ' s feeling toward involvement. This in- volvement is shown by the campus activities in which the members participated this year. Robin E. Morse, a member of the Junior Fellows and Phi Beta Sigma, worked for the Student Bar As- sociation of the University. Frank S. Floca partici- pated as an active member in Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, and Alpha Epsilon Delta. Other DKE members active in campus organizations were Rob- ert F. Donathan in Beta Alpha Psi, Russell M. Aboud in Alpha Kappa Psi, and Andy G. Hemphill in Phi Theta Kappa. Ed White was a member of the Uni- versity Wrestling Club. AKE President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Russell Michael Aboud Frank Stewart Floca Robert Frank Donathan Michael David Burton Charles Ryan Harkey Deke ' s enjoyed an autumn afternoon pitching horseshoes. 214 Delta Kappa Epsilon Deke ' s and their dates enjoyed a Christmas feast at a holiday party. oft a Ruii.ll Aboud Charles Blakeney David Burton Ronnie Burton Avar-ill OeLoache Robert Donothan Prank Floca Charley Harkey Russell Lelgon Dan Lynch Randy Morse Robert Morte 215 ' Delta Phi Epsilon The Chi chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon was active this year in philanthropic as well as social activities. DPhiE ' s held a successful Halloween party for Head Start in October and presented " Sasperella, " a pro- duction for children, early in November to aid the March of Dimes. In addition to community service projects, members devoted themselves to various charities, including Cystic Fibrosis. Serving as vice-president of Spooks, Debra Ann Levin led the chapter in campus spirit. ACDE President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Shari Renee Weiner Judith Hope Berger Peggy Jean Testa Natalie Golub Donalyn Epstein DPhiE actives and pledges enjoyed a chapter Valentine party. 216 till ' ' Guitar music often highlighted after-dinner entertainment at the Delta Phi Epsilon house. Susan Stvinfink Joanne Testa Peggy Twta Marsha Trodlicr Shari Wainar Lyn Yonack Anita Barasch Judy B rg r Louis Binder Robbi Elkins Donni Epstein Debbie Gl.tier Natalie Golub Barbara Grant Debbie Klausncr Deborah Klein Laurie Kuper Amy Lebowitj Phyllit Levin Shelley Levin Patricia Moulton Cappy Pfeiffer Deborah Reichelt Susan Rose nba urn Nancy Schwartx Gail Simon 217 Delta Sigma Phi Bill Acli.r Ed Blair Jim Branch Jack Brennan Rich Cal.y Mike Cl.rk Cool Rob.rt Cop.lsnd Rob DuHon Ik. Pter Fr.driki.n Earl Hill Ruu.ll H.ll Donald Hamilton Du.n. H.rrii Kris H.wkint Ricky H. kini Mik. Hayworth Morrit H.inHch.1 Rob.rt Horn. In its third year since reactivation on campus, Delta Sigma Phi accepted pledges in the fall who ac- tively worked on community projects with the chap- ter. A haunted house party for orphans at Hallow- een and food for needy families at Christmas exem- plified Delta Sig ' s concern for others. The growing Eta chapter hosted a Sphinx Ball in the spring for all of Texas ' other Delta Sig chapters. Their University road-rally in the spring was the first event in Round-Up. Other social events were the Sailor ' s Ball and the Carnation Ball. Members were also active in intramural sports. 9 I H Delta Sig ' s and their dates duded up for a Li ' l Abner theme party. 218 Rush parties meant new pledges for Delta Sigma Phi. AZd President Lawrence William Snelson Vice-President William Edgar Blair Secretary James f-uhr Branch Treasurer Michael David Hayworth Rush Captain Stephen William Cook Larry Jaggan Walt.r Pern Tull.y Dan Ra Charlei Raimond Paul Skalnik Bill Sn.Kon Styn Sumrow W.ndell Wagy BriH Whit. Douglat Whit. York 219 Delta Sigma Theta President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Gwendolyn Kay Kennard Beverly Ann Kemp Marilyn Williams Juanita Hollis A Delta Sigrna Theta active entertained rushees during spring rush. 220 Striving for community involvement, members of Delta Sigma Theta held a charity style show in the spring. The money collected was used for a scholar- ship for a local high school girl. Weekly meetings were also held by the sorority to organize projects and social activities. Members of Delta Sigma Theta participated in activities with Girls ' Town, U.S.A., and held a Valen- tine Party in February. In March, the spring pledges gave a skit for actives. Deborah Perkins Br.nda SibUy Carolyn Washington Lois Watson Plans for upcoming events were discussed in Delta Sigma Theta chapter meetings. 221 V.I Aldr.d Gr.g All.n M.rk All.n Scott All.n Sam Balch St.v. Barton Charl.i B.ard.n Bob Bl.dio. Randy Bradl.y Cliff Brad Carver Lynn C.ul.y Mil. Chamber. Danny Chapman Buddy Christy Cl.v. Clinton W.ldon Tommy Coi Judd Cribbi John Davi.i Bob Dr.nifield Tom Driscoll Gr.g Duff.y J.y Falk.nburg St. . Fauil.t St.v.n Fo.t.r Ma. Bill Gregory Edward Sul.l. Tom H.milton Mill. Han.on Carlo. Hatch Mil. Hatch H.wkini Bill Holm.. Hunt M.I J.y Jon.. Richard Jung Lala Phil L.hmb.rg Bob L.v.n.on Bob Lond.r.. M.rh Maior. Delta Tau Delta Organized on a four-committee system composed of campus, community, intramural, and social, Delta Tau Delta was active in many areas. Combining fun and service, the Gamma lota chapter pledges, along with the pledges of Chi Omega, held a clean- up project of a 100 year-old house, which later re- ceived a state historical marker. They also repaired the Texas Boys ' Ranch house. Members held a Christmas caroling party at a convalescent home and sponsored a Little Leaoue team in East Austin. With much emphasis on athletics, Delta Tau Delta placed second in intramura ls, first in golf singles, and first in " B " team football, fraternity division. Ed- ward R. Tinsley was a finalist in the bullriding com- petition during Bevo ' s Birthday Rodeo. Members active on campus were Terry W. Farrar, treasurer of IFC; James M. Alsup and Michael D. Rutledge, Phi Beta Kappa. Silver Spurs were Charles T. Martin, Robert J. Sours, and Terry L. Hankins. Cowboys were Michael D. Rutledge, Jay S. Cox, Stacy G. Hunt, and Robert D. Dransfield. ATA President Steven Coleman Foster Vice President Robert Dodge Dransfield Secretary Stacy Glenn Hunt Treasurer John Malcolm McDavid Rush Captain Kyle Stephen McAlister 222 David Malish David Marks Thomai Mastin Kyle McAlister John McDavid Mike McEl.rath Alan McNally Addii McNamara Rod Nauert George O ' Brien Gary Olander Bill Oswalt Clyde Parker Guido Piggott Rusty Pounds Jo Pratt Danny Renner Mike Roach Kirk Shryoc Brian Smith Steven Smith Kan Stockton Chrii Tabor Ed Tintlay Tommy Wallace Brad Westmoreland Rick Williams Ronnie Yates The house was decorated for Christmas Delta Tau Delta style. 223 Little Sisters of the Seven Stars Nancy Boniagni Keith Bowman Nancy Burton Tina Casey Janlne Clark Karen Dftvis Brenda Fetter Joan Ford Ann Foree Cindy Gage Cathy Harris Karen Ivy Karen Kofahl Cindi Lagards Barb Lindsay Ann Lyteh Tricia Maddox Suzanne Penny Mary Pittman Carolyn Reynolds Carol Saunderi Donna Smith Linda Toll Beth Wortley Tom Archer Steve Aycock Joe Barnett Glenn Battenfield Trickey Biel Richard Boyd Randy Brock Ronnie Brown Randy Bryant Bill Burford Mike Casey Rick Clark Bill Dalton John Dunlap Mark Fetzer David Gamble David Gregory Duncan Hall The Outstanding Chapter award was presented to the Universe ' s chapter of Delta Upsilon this year by DU International. University President Stephen H. Spurr and Mrs. Spurr, along with Vice-President Lorene Rogers, re- ceived a special welcome at an honorary dinner. DU ' s also contributed to the Darrell Royal workshop as a result of the Charity Bowl in which Sigma Nu fought the DU ' s to a 6-6 tie. On campus, S. Jack Balagia served as a member of the Student Committee on Orientation Policy, and Jack H. Welge was a freshman orientation advi- sor. Randy L. Brock was elected CBA sophomore class vice-president, while Larry D. Pecena, Gary S. Wortley, Steve C. Walls, and Michael D. Hutchison served as members of the Student Senate. Delta Upsilon Dim 4 Pledges and actives worked together to decorate for the DU Swamp Party. M4 AY President Vice- President Treasurer Secretary Rush Captain Frank Edward Scofield Steven Leslie Aycoclc Leland Wyatt Waters Gregory Randall Penny Joseph Craig Jett DU ' s hosted University President Stephen Spurr and Coach Darrell Roval at their house. Roger Harris Clark Hoffman Bill Howard Danny Hughai Mil. Hutchison Craig J4t Kan Karr D. Knapp St... Laa Bruc. Loggi. John Mill, Fr.d Niemann Harry Ott CKril Pappos Randy Panny Richard Pojarat John Rogan Haini Schuha Frank Scoiiald Paul Scofi.ld Sana Sallan Mika Shannon Mika Swanton Wally Taylor Jim Valcik Don VoDmar Richard Wallace Irian Walk U. Watar. Stava Watan Andy W.b.r Jack Walga John Whitahill St.v. William, Gary Wortl.y Bobby Wright 225 Clair Andarson Becky Angeli Connie Bacon Dabi Baker Linda Battle Carol Benningfield Lynn Bergen Pam Battall Brenda Brant lay Sheryl Brantley Celita Brock Linda Brouiurd Amy Brown Lucy Brown Helen Butler Diana Callaway Becky Cannon Ann Carlisle Gwena Cearley Linda Chidsay Helen Conley Cindy Crane Dianne FauSMt Laslie Finks Sutan Gardner Mtttia Garretson Christy Gorin Diane Gonycki Debbie Gruts Vicki Haney Warlene Hendenon Carol Hobbt Judy Hoffman Lin Holekamp Julia Hollit Patsy Jackson Jam! Javurek Lisa Johnston Batty Jonas Kay Kails 1 Delta Zeta ' s entertained rushees during Spring Rush. 226 AZ President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Nancy Jo Wranitiley Brenda L Brantley Deborah K. Youngblood Charlotte Kroll Jessica Lynne Bergen Delta Zeta Delta Zeta members were active in community service throughout the year. The chapter hosted a Halloween party and an Easter egg hunt for children from the Austin State School. In support of DZ ' s na- tional philanthropic project, proceeds from a spring benefit went toward the UT Speech and Hearing Clinic. Other service projects included a donation to a private speech clinic and making favors for nursing home residents at Thanksgiving. DZ social life included a big and little sister din- ner, a Founder ' s Day Celebration, a casual Christ- mas dance, and a spring formal. Charlotte Kroll Cyndi Lagarde Lynda Lighthouse Ann Luti Susan Markley Karen McK Becky Moore Tricia Moore Merle Munneke Key Neiter Valeria Newman Pern Nut Glenda Oil. Sherry Peiimore Pern Petty Judy Porter Paula Prattler Billye Ratliff Janet Rounbaum Nine Schmitt Debbie Smith Sue Springer Melitte Stallone Corkie Steeger Vicky Stiba LaVerne Teichelman Trine Thedford Thome tine Thomas Snaron Toepp Brenda Trojenowsky Pern Walker Cyndy Were Nancy Wareing Marie Werkenthin Nency Wranitiky Cathey Youngblood ; 227 Gamma Phi Beta Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the University chapter of Gamma Phi Beta upheld their national philanthropic project by working with pa- tient s in the Austin State Hospital. Among the Gamma Phi ' s social events were their formal in November and their casual party in April. Pledges also enjoyed a retreat in late October. Members of Gamma Phi Beta participated in var- ious campus organizations during the year. Doris Joanne Ruhland served as School of Communica- tions representative for the Student Senate and Margaret Louise Blair was chosen as one of the Ten Most Beautiful. fcDB President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Susan Irene Gissell Carolyn Ann Skelley Janet Kay Herrington Janis Lynn Dubow Virginia Beth Buchtler Ann Acker Louise Addison Carol Anstey Judy Ashby Suzette Baggerly Carolyn Baggett Ellen Baker Patricia Banister Deborah Bargai Dianna Bernsen Margaret Blair Mary Blair Jan Blurt on Lucile Boland Keith Bowman Janet Brenner Eileen Brightwell Marcia Cain Linda Catdwell Keith Carter Gail Castleberry Rebecca Clarke Peggy Cook Paula Copenhaver Donna Dale Patricia DeFazio Ann DeWitt Janii Dubow Jeanne Duncan Karen Edward Jonna Elkins Vivian Ellis Leigh Evans Gail Fisher Maureen Gagliano Diana Gandy Janet Gibbi Susan Gissell Ann Gore Janice Graham ' ' f 4, ' f W ' i 228 Co!Un Guild Cindy Guttafson Lisa Hart Mar+ie Hatch Janet Harrington Ann Hollingsworth Deborah Ingram Vicki Johni Karen King Jan Lackey Carol Lamb Janet Lanon Wynan McCaffety Maryann McConnell Margaret McCord Judy McClendon Patricia Miksovsky Melinda Militead Iris Mountcastle Laura Murray Melinda Myers Gin a Pearson Patricia Petrick Renee Popejoy Page Price Janii Roberh Bernadette Roi Nancy Sandberg Karen Saunders Christina Semrad Rhonda Shumway Lyn Skelley Betty Thomas Susie Thomas Janice Vesper Linda Wilkinson Diana William Virginia Williams Cynthia Wylie Members of Gamma Phi Beta hosted a Christmas Party for children at the State School for the Deat. 229 Jack Chuck Davii Gordon DMI Barney Dreiling Paul Ellis Doug Fain David Ferr.ll Mike Fontenot Earl Fo-l.r Tom Go man Bill Grammar Tommy Gravas Paul Graan Steve Grimas Steve Hahn Randy Hall John Haanay Hans Halland Mimi Anderson Becky Bailay Ann Lehman Mary M. Pipkin Mary Nan Watkini A fall pledge auction provided money for Kappa Alpha projects. Southern Belles KA President Thomas George Graves Vice- President Gary Hoel Kappler Secretary William D. Mundinger Treasurer Cappy Ray McGarr Rush Captain William Clarence Dowdy 230 KA s entertained rushees with foosball at the Bucket. Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Ben D. Crenshaw continued as a prominent national golf figure this year. Kappa Al- pha s actives in UT athletics were varsity football players James S. Morris and Hans R. Helland and freshman team members Gary C. Stalcup, Lewis E. Brown and James L. Shield. John L. Berry was active in UT track competition. The members of Omicron chapter of Kappa Alpha were also involved in other campus activities. Silver Spur members were William C. Dowdy III, Marvin G. Pipkin, and Jay G. Carter, while Robert L. Kaminski, Jay S. Johnston, Charlie E. Crenshaw, and Daniel R. Terwelp were Texas Cowboys. Hugh Cunningham Jr. served as IFC secretary. James W. Little was treasurer of Posse and Frank W. Denius was a manager on the UT football team. In the fall, actives auctioned off their pledges for a day of work as a money-making pledge proiect. The Old South celebration and Old South Ball were the top social events of the year. Kevin Hodges Eric Hoffman John James Bob Jewell Craig Johnson Jay Johnston Gary Kappler Rick Kinsey Ramsey Koschak Bill Lesikar Frank Lewis James Little Mark Mallet Jim Maroney James Mossoth Mike Merritt Jamie Musselman Chris O ' Neill John Parnall Jimmy Perkins Jim Shield Jim Skinner Scott Spears Tim Stephens Jimmy Strode Rod Thomas Steve Wiener 231 Kappa Alpha Theta Philanthropic activities of Kappa Alpha Theta centered around a Campfire Program at Rosewood Elementary School and included projects at the Aus- tin State School and Hospital. Fall social events for the Alpha Theta chapter in- cluded a luncheon on Dads ' Day and a Christmas formal. A casual party highlighted the spring calen- dar. Chosen as one of the Ten Most Beautiful was Sarah Jane McMullen. N KA0 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Patricia Ann Paddock Nancy Sellingsloh Susan Hall Mary Bird Dean Janis Kay Frank Susie Adams Sidney Allen Janet Allshouie Jill Amis Kaki Anderson Nance Anderson B. J. Anthony Alice Av t Melinda Bartlett Leslie Benitei Rebecca Brooch s Susan Browder Julie Buaas Jane Burruss Darla Chapman Cathy Christie Carol Cody Carol Colquitt Mary Bird Dean Jane DePord Gall EastUnd Diane Embry Elite Eriksson Georga Pinley Laf Foster Janii Frank Suzanne Fulbright Jeanie Fulton Carol Furr Debbie Girdley Cynthia Goodwin Maryanne Graham Cindy Granot Pam Grenot Lyda Guthrie Margaret Hale Gtnger Hamblen Maureen Healy Chris Motley Cathy Howard Elizabeth Huff Jennifer Huff Sharon Hurst Cynthia Johnson Judy Johnston Jenie Jordan Jennifer King Maryanne Leeper Tinker Lenzner Janet Lewis Ih.ll! 232 KM Hi y Theta s enjoyed giving their second period rush skit Susan Lewis Lauria Liebes J.n Lev. Nan Luckatt Linda Majors Ann Marketon Sarah McMullan Marty Mealy Bonnie Miion Wende Morehouse Liz Murphy Martha Neal. Nancy Nelson Fay O ' Brien Janie Otto Patty Paddock Kristy Palm Wynne Pauly Debbie Ploch Betty Priddy Margaret Redtearn Betty Reeburgh Suun Reid Suun Robertson Tish Robertson Helen Russell Lanie Sauder Martha Schutts Betty S.llingsloh Nancy Sellingsloh Mary Seybold Becky Shepherd Margaret Shilstone Francie Shively Sharyl Shockley Sharon Sumpter Walton Tassos Adele Taylor Susan Tresch Debbie Vaughan Marsha Waddell Alicia Wagner Nancy Wallace Jeanne Ward Jill Wartini Pam Wilchar Shannon Wikon Christie Wise Slene Wood Dabby Wright 233 Carol Akers Barbara Bailey Lucy Baker Kathryn Bandy Suzanne Bartlett Sue Bebb Margaret Bigger Martha Blanchette Kathleen Block Ann Boston Katharine Brown Frances Brown Becky Butler Kathaleen Bynum Betsy Chamberlain Ann Caesar Frances Cameron Dottle Coke Mary C. Cook Adrienne Curll Eliiabeth Darden Patricia Dene Katherine Edward Trisa Edwards Nancy E verso I e Lynn Fawcett Kriiten Foster Melanie Foster Rebecca Foster Dabney Freeman Marcy Gentry Rebecca Gerlach Robin Gemer Margot Gidel Debra Glllespie Marcey Gillespie Laurie -Goodson Emily Gordon Leslie Gose Beverly Grammer Ginger Grace Martha Grundy Missy Hahn Merri Hallahan Monica Hallahan Julie Halley Terry Halpin Lou Hedrick Constance Henley Vivien Hester Gwen Hocott Deborah Hoekcher Harriett Hull Jean Jenkins Janet Johnston Stephanie Kaldis Janet Kauffmann Karof Kirk Susan Knoth Ann Law 234 Kappa Pickers performed during half-time at the Tech basketball game, KKr President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Susan Victoria Bebb Lou Ann Hedrick Leslye Lucas Carol Lee Pridgen Rush Captain Beverly Lynne Grammer Kappa Kappa Gamma Philanthropic activities filled the calendar of Kappa Kappa Gamma this year. A Halloween party was given at the Kappa house for the children from the University Speech and Hearing Clinic and a Christmas party was given with the Beta Theta Pi ' s for children from The Children ' s Home. The chapter also initiated a blood drive for Meredith Elliott, the leukemiac daughter of a Kappa alumnae. Pledges volunteered for weekly excursions with patients from the Austin State Hospital. The Texas pledges also entertained TCU Kappas with a break- fast given before the UT-TCU football game. Rep- resenting Kappa as one of the Ten Most Beautiful was Marcy Gentry. Nancy Leecraft Nancy Lippincott Mollie Loftis Leilye Lucas Nancy Lynch Amy Lytle Donna Magill Melanie McCollum Mary K. McCullough Mary E. McDermott MeliSM Mclntire Lynn McMaKon Mary Me Marion Molly Merritt Victoria Michaelis Rowena Michalka Laurie Miller Rachel Mostert Gayl Mulberry Nancy Neuhaus Nancy Phillips Mary Plncoffs Jan Poage Coryell Price Carol Pridgen Ann Reynolds Rebecca Russell Susan Schuhmacher Bonner Sewell Cynthia Slaughter Jane Smith Lyn Smith Susan Smith Judy Spence Gretchen Stewart Catherine Stratemeyer Virginia Street Michaui Taylor Josephine Thompson Sally Towler Sally Tusa Laura Voydat Martha Wade Kay Walker Deborah Wandel Barbara Wasko Sharon Watts Carey Wendover Deborah Williams Joan Winter Leila Winters Susan Wipperman Missey Worrell Mary H. Yarbrough Elizabeth Young Iru Zeller 235 Little Sisters of the Star and Crescent Martha Adg.r Hln Blankenship Susan Browder Janice Dawiey Lucy Foreman Cathy Foidicl Bittie Jennings Cynthia Johnson Judy Johnston Elizabeth Topper Steve Adger Bucky Anderson Bud Arnot John Boyce John Broussard Jack Browder Scott Carpenter Jack Clark Dick George Cox Bobby Doherty Michael Doherty Chuck Fleming John Fosdick Robert Slauser Matt Gose Robert Grace The Kappa Sig ' s held their winter formal in their historic house. 236 scent KI President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Walter Max Mischar James Andrew Ivins Robert Paul Teten Jack Forrester Browder John Jay Fosdiclc Kappa Sigma The Tau chapter of Kappa Sigma was one of the first three fraternities on campus, established in 1884, and their fraternity house was the first one built west of the Mississippi River. Kappa Sig ' s participated in intramural sports, so- rority matches, an alumni party in October, and the Texas Independence Day celebration in March. For- mals for the chapter and parties for orphans were given at Christmas and in the spring. Texas Cowboy members were Walter M. Mischer and Julius Heyward Taylor. The Kappa Sig ' s were represented in Silver Spurs by John H. Rauscher, Jefferson S. Gray, Charles R. Foreman, James N. Scott, and Robert Paul Teten. J.ff Gray Bob Herring N.d Holland Bob Keluy Clint LaRue Tom McMillan Walt Misch.r Phil Morphii Jack Paterwn Jay Pipr Jim Pritchat John Rauschar Bob Richardson John Rotl BradSaal H.yward Taylor Paul T.t.n William Tatan Jim Tipfon Bill Tuck Tim Tunki Robert Umitattd Frank Williami Harris Wootan 737 Crescents FRONT ROW: Patty Crawford, Viclci Watson, Bonnie Keeton, Claudia Talley, Dotti Coke, Jean Nelson, Ann Schoenvogel, Merry Saegert. SECOND ROW: Jim Madden, Carol Murph, Julie Gillespie, Carol Furr, Judy Moore, Dorothy Coleman, Kay Schaefer, Oli- via Claybrook, Amy Jones. John Adkins Jo Allen Mike Anderson Mike ArcKer Bill Arnold Rocky Arrell Jim Biker Kevin Bankhead Phillip Benkhaad Pat Barker Emory Bellard Pat Bierschwale Bill Bolton Mike Bramlett Joe Byrom Clay Clarkson Bob Coffee Mel Connet Don Crow Rick Daniels Bill Davits Clifton Davit Joe Day Tim Elliott Pat Farrell Ted Frank Bill Fraier Steve Sill Mike Hearn Randy Hearne Larry Heogie Don Hibbetts Bruce Hord Pat Hudspeth President William McKee Kaimann Vice-President James Hanley Madden Secretary James Edmund McCann Treasurer Samuel Eugene Stubbs Rush Captain James Keith Jones He Li- I 238 Lambda Chi Alpha The new Lambda Chi Alpha house at 2400 Pearl St., complete with swimming pool and apartments, provided facilities for social and community involve- ment this year. In addition to the traditional Flower Power Party, New Orleans Party, and the White Rose Formal, the Lambda Chi ' s threw a party at the house for children from the Travis State School. Informal activities included a trip to Wurstfest in New Braunfels, rush parties in San Antonio, and OU weekend in Dallas. Intramural participation was highlighted by Scott T. Morgan ' s win in wrestling. Lambda Chi also had many members active in campus life this year. Bill A. Arnold was an advisor for both Freshman Orientation and University En- counter; Sam E. Stubbs was recognized in Who ' s Who in American Fraternities; and John A. Adkins was fraternity section editor of the Cactus. The Lambda Chi pool was a popular meeting spot on hot afternoons. Randy Huff Knoi Hugh t Frank Jackson Ken Jackson Bill Johnson Bobby Jones Keith Jones John Kalil William Kazmann Roger Key Bruce Kilpatrick Richard Koonce Tom Lesly Randy Lockwood Jim Madden Alan Massey Jim May Jim McCann Jay Mesinger Scott Morgan Ray Niton Ban Petkovich Bill Phillips Don Ploeger Fred Rhodes Bill Robinson Tom Romo William Ron Mika Sanders Grady Schleier Mika Shelton Scott Slaughter Scott Snaad Don Spencer Steve Sprowls Sam Stubbs Will Tucker John Van Zant Alan Waddall Bill Wheeler Stanley Wiedeman Scott Winston Ste.e Winston Jim Worth David Young 239 Omega Psi Phi Omega Psi Phi had a busy year which involved them in many social and philanthropic events. Mem- bers held a scholarship fund raising dance for the University and East Austin community at the Doris Miller Auditorium. In December, the fraternity held its 54th Grand Conclave, the 60th anniversary of the founding of the fraternity. The Delta-Omega formal ball was held in the spring. Among active members on campus was Carl R. Johnson, captain of the UT track and field team. Omega Psi Phi moved to help fight the problem of drug abuse on the nation ' s college camouses, as well as in the comrr " nity they serve. The Omega Psi Phi ' s prepared a portfolio and symposium of their answers to the problem of drug abuse. The close-knit fraternity takes pride in its crest. ' Omega Psi Phi meetings were often held at a brother ' s apartment. 240 President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Oscar Kizzee Michael Perry Manor John Edmond Taylor Berri McBride Michael Perry Manor MEMBERS: Fredric Jones, Thomas Sibley, Oscar Kizzee, Berri McBride, Warren Lee, John Taylor Omega ' s relaxed after a get-together at the Union. 241 David Anderson Tom Anderson Bob Bennett David Brollier Russell Brown Mark Chalmers Taylor Cookiey Wendell Faulkner Rutty Fuhrmann Robert Hearn Clay Hunt Todd Hunt Rob Kerr Bobby Kinnan Jay Kolb Jim Moore Frank Merrill Hunter Nelson Jimmy Norma Bob Park Grier Patton Doug Pung Hank Rote John Russell Steve Sengelmann George Stacy James Thaxton Claude Thorp Chip Wells Chuck West Tom Whiteside Rusty Yates Barry Zeluff Roland Zuber ' SJe Actives helped the pledges study for finals. 242 Phi Delt ' s gathered around their new jukebox one afternoon and relived the ' 50 ' s. OA0 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Clay McLean Hunt James Clyde Norman Frank Swan Merrill Robert Howard Patton Robert F. Wheless Phi Delta Theta started an active year with a spirit poster project with various sororities. Members held a community workday in October and participated in " B " football and " B " volleyball intramurals. Members active on campus were Silver Spurs Robert H. Patton, John E. Russell, Michael E. Fra- zier, Richard D. Maxson, and Frank Hobart Stevens. Robert F. Wheless, James F. Myers, Thomas H. Whiteside, Steven D. Thompson, and Scott N. Morse represented the Phi Delt ' s in the Texas Cow- boys. Clay M. Hunt was vice-president of the IFC. Phi Delta Theta 243 ' Mark Abernathy Tony Arnold Mike Ball Paler Barbour Doug Barnes Robert Barnes Bill Black James Boon Richard Boyd Paul Bradl.y Robert Buchek Stanley Caskey Edward Clark Mark Connally Leland Couch Clark Covert Alan Davenport Daniel Dexter Vance Duncan [)ight Dunlep Triad Eidman Leigh Ellis Randy Engitrorr Joe Flack Jim Giles President Viee-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captains Robert Wayne Barnes Allen Sanders Kent David Foist Motheral Edward Kelley Clark Joe Fenley Flack John Carroll Thomas James Lee Geary Fiji ' s entertained underprivileged children. The Phi Gamma Delta ' s participated in many ac- tivities, such as a benefit football game for the Dar- rell Royal Cerebral Palsy Workshop and Christmas and Easter parties for underprivileged children. Their " A " football team won the fraternity division of intramurals. The Fiji ' s won Bevo ' s Birthday Rodeo and the interfraternity foosball tournament. Members held Christmas and sprin g formals, Round-Up activities, and match parties. Their lake club provided a unique setting for social events. Members of Phi Gamma Delta active on campus were Texas Cowboys Robert W. Barnes, vice-presi- dent; Allen S. Kent, Gerald V. Stone, John E. Thom- as, and Joe F. Flack. Jr. Representatives in Silver Spurs were Charles Schreiner, Edward K. Clark, and Dean Campbell. Phi Gamma Delta 244 . cfflren. .JW . Phi Gamma Delta donned full equipment tor a benefit football game in Memorial Stadium. John Gordon Dick Hargis Robert Heiser Jackson Hooper David Johnson James Jorni Allan Kent Rogar Lati Stephen Lubke Gil Undqyiit Edward Lull John Martin Stephen McClelland Wada Millar Gregory Minton Mark Monroe Frosty Moore Thomas Moore DavU Motheral Jack Nash Skipper Nelson Johnny Newton Dana Ott Dan Parham Steve Pearce John Peloubet Gary Pugh Bobby Ratliff Ras Redwine John Saundars Scott Sayert Charles Schreiner Scott Shaeffer Chris Sharp Bill Shuman Bryant Smith Clay Smith Bill Spires Mike Stangle Ned Stocker Gerald Stone Bobby Suhr Mike Tibbetts John Thomas Jim Wells 245 Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Psi was active this year in numerous service, athletic, and socia events. Members held a Christmas party for children at the Austin State School. Athletically, Phi Psi ' s placed second among all teams in Intramural Bowlii.o. They also partici- pated in all other intramural sports. On the social calendar this year were such high- lights as the 1957 Sock Hop, where members dressed in the ' 50 ' s style and danced to " golden oldies, " and the St. Valentine ' s Day Massacre Party. Pledge-active events also played an important part during the year. There were two pledge retreats at a member ' s ranch and a pledge-active football game. Among members active on campus were David F. Tipple, freshman encounter advisor and Emmitt S. Smith, chairman of 1972 Sing-Song. Dads ' Day and the Baylor football game were greeted by a Phi Psi spirit sign. Bill Archer David Bsrr Barry Brown Flynt Chancellor Robert Charpiot Roo.n Cockrell Lane Cooper Paul Ditto S .v. F.rr.ll Pll Fifh.r E. W. Forb.l. Al Foit.r Rob.rt Guild Burnay Harding Thomas Hrulkl Jim V ; 246 President David Jon Hurta Vice President Lance Kimberly Cooper Secretary Charles Daniel Smith Treasurer Marion Flynt Chancellor Rush Captain Chris D. Montgomery Sally Ervin Shiran Hahn Linda Hamann Becky Kennedy Suzanne Langford Nancy Lynch Loretta Ring Btiy Stark David Hurta Brodie Hutchinion Bruce Hydo Harrii Kerr David Kirkpatrick Phil Kratovil Jody Longino Larry Lopez Lax Louviar Thomat Mclvar John Meiimer Frank Millar Chris Montgomery Robert Priddy Donald Robillard Randy Rodgarj Charlay Roger Laa Rogers Keith Rusk Charles Smith Dan Smith Shlton Smith John Sutton David Tipple David Townsend David Watson Eric Weiiigarber Conrad Zivnay Little Sisters of the Mystic Eye 247 Phi Kappa Sigma The Sigma Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma placed a new emphasis this year on pledges ' duties as future leaders of the fraternity. Phi Kap ' s participated in many events this year, both social and athletic. There were annual social events, which included a St. Valentine ' s Day Massa- cre Party, Toga Party and an OU party with the OU chapter. There were also several informal activities such as a prison party, old films party, and a get-to- gether with folk singer Rusty Weir. In athletic events this year, there was a Softball tournament held at OU in the spring with other Phi Kap chapter s. Active members this year were Ronald Perry Camp, military section editor of the Cactus year- book, and John J. Lendrum, delegate to the Grand Chapter meeting held in December in Toronto. OKI President Robert Charles Kaltenbach Vice- President Robert McMurtry Hicks Secretary William Robert Key Treasurer John James Lendrum Rush Captain Samuel Curtis Ferguson i FRONT ROW: Cathey Youngblood. Tricia Maddox, Kerry Hendon, Marilyn Eggeling. Jane Wolfinger. SECOND ROW: Sharon Toepp, Debby Ellis, Linda Ferguson, Patty Kozlowski, Judy Johnson, Lynn Schnitman, Barbara Laudadio, Kathy Bar- rett. Little Sisters of the Skull 248 An active s room in the Phi Kappa Siqma house was the scene for many bull sessions. Dale Atkins Charles Barret Steve Breaud Ron Camp Leonard Curvan Nalh DeFord Robert Evanson Samuel Ferguson Thomas Glass Mai Hefner Fred Holmes Robert Kaltenboch B ill Kay Rusty King John Lcndrum Frank Long or! a Jon Shockl.y Richard Tcrraui Jim Anderson Don Barlay 5tv. Barkl.y Dick Birchl.r Bill Bolt Frank Crmichl John Chaddick Rob.rt Collini Jo. Dabn.y Mil. Dabney Dwight Dawton W.yn Franks Ross So.hring Tim Gropp Barny Sull.y Laslia Huddl.iton David Hughas Rick Jay Tad Johnston Tom K.nn.dy Eric Laibrock Laa Utt Tom Markal Bill Maysa Rob.rt Olsan Charias Portar Mika Staton John Warran John Wisanhunt Chuck Wilson Jim Wyninagar ! This spirit banner for the A M game exhibited Phi Kappa Tau ' s Longhorn spirit. rM r r ) W - ' ' IklM kAvl t t M i-K ISO OKI President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Lee Ervin Lott Robert Courtney Olsen Eric William Leibrock Donald Louis Barley Charles Ray Porter Phi Kappa Tau In striving to be a progressive fraternity, Phi Kappa Tau was active on campus this year. Robert C. Olsen was president of Tau Beta Pi, and James D. Anderson was treasurer of Chi Epsilon. Charles R. Porter was active on the Interfraternity Council code of conduct and judiciary committees. Phi Tau social events included the annual Playboy Semi-Formal held at the house in December. Mem- bers also coached a team in the Pan American foot- ball league. Joy Schnur. Mindy Stone, Patty Moore, Terri Taylor. Allyson Sampson, Marguerite Goolsby, Linda Lott, Rosemary Mines. Little Sisters of the Laurel 251 Richard Cole Bob Crawford Rod Douglas Randall Gardner Aubrey Kene Charles Lewii Ben Lock David McKamie Mick McKamie Patrick McKee Bob Parker Ron Percival Bob Peurifoy Wei Poynor Patrick Pritchett James Raichke Rick Shaw Sam Utelton Richard Wheeler Gary Williams Richard Wyman Various philanthropic, social, and athletic events highlighted this year for the Phi Sigma Kappa ' s. The chapter gave a party for children from the Austin State School at their house in December. Athletical- ly, members participated in all forms of intramural sports placing third in tennis singles and winning their division in football. Social events included an OU party, semi-formal, New Year ' s Eve party in Dallas, and a Moonlight Formal in March. Pledges became involved in frater- nity life with a treasure hunt and construction of a beer-garden located behind the house. Among members active on campus, was J. Mi- chael Yetter, all-intramural volleyball player. Phi Sigma Kappa v Members of Phi Sigma Kappa showed their Christmas spirit. litt 252 Phi Sig ' s danced to Chicago ' s popular sounds at their disc jockey party. m Little Sisters of the Signet DZK President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain William Michael McKamie Rodney Arthur Douglas Wesley Jim Poynor Keith Thomas Arrington David Edgar McKamie Becky Gate. Linda Chidiey Kay Graham Sue Lundy Kathleen Morgan Mary Lou Parker Either Ray Donna Rouignoli Gay Shaw Elian Smith Janica Vatpar Marianne Whitfield 253 Emily Anderson jane Anderson Cinda Arnold Ellen Atwood Carter Beber Molly Barnes Patii Berr Sally Beumgardner Eliiabeth Blanton Peggy Becker Merge Bohlmann Kimberly Breden Jane Brown Rebecca Brown Clare Buie Cerroll Cartwright Mary Chapman Louise Cooley Mery Devison Diene Dies Eleanor Dill Kathleen Dooley Patricie Dooley Jeennie Donnell Beth Edens Elise Elkini Katharine Ellis Roianna Ellis Gloria Eulich Carle Fitzgerald 254 President Pamela Pitier Vice-President Tara O ' Meara Gardner Secretary Suzanne McDonald Treasurer Jane Turner Sheppard Rush Captain Marilyn Carroll CaiiwrigM Elaine Fo Cornelia Frailer Tara Gardner Cathy Satchel! Meredith George Georgia Graham Gey Greer Christy Guess Lynn Guess Sissy Gunter Pi Phi ' s entertained children with a Halloween party, Pi Beta Phi During the year members of Pi Beta Phi were in- volved in many phases of campus life. Activities for the pledges this year included a ' retreat at Heart-of- the-Hills Camp, participation in Derby Day, airplane washes, and the Spur Rodeo. Pi Phi ' s worked at the Hyde Park Day Care Center, Travis State School, Darrell Royal Workshop, Big Buddy Program, and the State School for the Blind. Contributing to the sorority ' s campus activities were Virginia Christine Guess, Orange Jacket vice- president, Angel Flight executive officer, drill com- mander, and Silver Angel; Marilyn Carroll Cart- wright, supply officer of Cordettes; and Candy Matthews, Angel Flight historian. Members of Pi Beta Phi greeted fall rushees Cecilia Haas Cynthia Hamby Kathryn Harvey Kathleen Haielhurst Ann Herndon Martha Hill Margaret Himmelblau Laura Holmet Nancy Holmgreen Bitiie Jennings Judy Jones Kjersti Larson Ann Lehman Kristin Liedtke Sallie Low Candy Mathews Kathryn McDonald Suzanne McDonald Cathleen McGaa Eliiabeth Miiall Janca Montgomery Jennifer Moody Susan Morgan Sara Morrow Anna Mortimer Julia Nelson Katharine Newton Jane Passel Anne Peddie Susan Penn Pamela Pitier Patrice Prior Patsy Read Patricia Richards Robin Richardson Beth Robinson Donna Rudd Ann Schoenvogal Jo Seeley Becky Shands Jane Sheppard Sally Slaughter Susan Smith Christie St. Clair Connie Strader Sally Swanson Anne Tenison Deborah Thome Barbie Timanus Batty Turner Kathryn Williams Jeanne Wilson Rudi Winterringer Susan Winterringer Candy Wise Lucie Wolf Peggy Wright Katharine Wurff 255 Little Sisters of the Shield and Diamond Brenda Browder Cathy Culwell Debbie Daniel Fran Fleming Pal Furgiuele Suzanne Goodwin Gay Gordon Martha Hill Karen Knappenberger Royce Marshall Beverly Parsurt Terry Pierce Mary Agnes Rocks Janice Runberg Susan Ryder Kathy Steib Nickie Thompson Ann Tillinghast Judy Troth Hilary Wheat Richard Adin Andy Aicklen Gary Anderson James Bentley Jim Biddle Randy Biddle Crii Butjchek Whitney Campbell John Carter Robert Casseb David Cordell Barry Crook Bob Daniel Bob Daniell Matthew Daniels Rick Elliott Don Ennis Ray Faires Frank Fleming Charlie Garret 256 Pikes entertained children at a Christmas party nond riKA President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Stephen Gerald Ray James Thomas Jacks Luther Lee Grace James Laing Diddle Jay Milton Messer Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha gained recognition this year through participation in campus groups. Texas Cow- boys were Steve G. Ray, Tom C. Ray, and Melvin R. Todd. Alan G. Thomas was a Silver Spur. Varsity football players included Tommy S. Woodard, Steve D. Valek, David S. Ballew, and Ronnie P. Tyler. Pi Kappa Alpha hosted a Christmas party for the " Helping Hand " youth program. Members also worked to win several pep rally and sign contests. Hugh Garrert Don Gantry David Gillory David Glass Lee Grace ill Robert Gurley Jimmy Jacks Was Johnson Chris Jonas Dan Julian Olan Kaatar David Kaglovits Robert Kimmal Chip Mattar David McFarland Jay Massar Harvey Neuman Stava Parsons Curtis Parryman Gregory Powers Garald Ray Tom Ray Randy Rogers Phil Roper Bill Schuanamann Matt Salmon Deeti Shepherd David Shrum Gary Smith Bill Smit h Hoppy Strickland Gary Strong Raymond Styles Kirk Tata Mark Tata Mika Taagua Pat Taagua Alan Thomas Lindsay Thompson Keith Williams 257 Pi Lambda Phi Pi Lambda Phi at UT began with the Alpha Sigma Social Club, founded in 1964. In December 1969, Alpha Sigma was awarded a national charter from the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. One of the founding principles of the fraternity is that of non-discrimina- tion; thus the chapter accepts brothers without re- gard to race, creed, color, or re igion. The chapter is currently planning to purchase a fraternity house which will house approximately thirteen brothers. Social activities for the chapter this fall were high- lighted by a Suppressed Desire Party, a Turkey Party and a Chartering Banquet and semi-formal. Spring events included a Heart Transplant Party for Valen- tine ' s Day, and a formal in April. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Steven David Novy Robert S. Sonnenberger Allen Hugh McAfee Charles William Stanley Charles Frederick f i The Pi Lambda Phi smoker provided an opportunity for actives and rushees to get acquainted. 258 I Little Sisters Karen Barton Margie Carrington Ron a Lazarus Kay Levinson Marilyn Rumsey Nancy Schear Lois Wolfe The Pi Lambda Phi ' s explained their initiation program to rushees Glenn Ammerman Skipper Barnes Charles Frederick Tony Gomez Rick Gomez Eddie Heinemeier Jonny Hepler Danny Knot Milton Lindsay Mac McAfee David Moore Steve Novy Alan Prager Craig Sokolow Bob Sonnenberger Charles Stanley Chuck Yarling 259 Steve Albritton Ki.h Baker Mike Barnart Walkar Bateman Jim Barry Frank Blankanbacklar Wayna Brown Bob Cauthen Howard Cheek Bob Chenoweth Paul Clark John Clark Bill Clawatar Stavan Collett Charlat Coopar Wayna Christian Ralph Crawford Mike Crockett Randy Crume Jim Day Jim Elliott Randy Erwin IAE President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captains Frank Aldrich Stroube Dan Taylor Moody William Frank Perrin William Bruce Robinson Craig Womble Barksdale Hortenstine Wn I FRONT ROW: Paula Patton. Ellen Atwood, Kathy Kiel, Laurie Goodson, Frances Cameron, Beverly Berry, Alice Maslan, Terri Liles. Nancy Novak. SEC- OND ROW: Elaine Richards, Bryna Bigby. Margaret Redfearn, Paige Pemberton, Karen Clowers, Mollie Loftis, Debbie Girdley, Tanya Elcblad, Luann Johnson, Kathy Sellers. Little Sisters of Minerva c 260 Sigma Alpha Epsilon bigma Alpha bpsilon, original organizers of the Pan American Football League for Underprivileged Children, contributed again this year by coaching a team. SAE Bob L. Mitchell directed the league. The fraternity re-registered in the Interfraternity Council after withdrawing last year and continued to be active on campus. SAE ' s active in Texas Cow- boys were Frank A. Stroube, A. P. McElroy, Law- rence W. Nixon, Jim D. Berry, Robert T. Halpin, and Kenneth B. Meyer. William M. Burney was horse- wrangler of the group SAE ' s represented in Silver Spurs were Dan T. Moody, Steve J. Plumb, James E. Erwin, Michael D. Crockett, and Lloyd R. French. Social events were highlighted by the Jungle Party and the Racehorse Party. SAE ' s coached a team in the Pan American football league. , :. ;. ' - " ierva T.x Eubank Charles Foi Robin French Craig Gatewood Guy Goodion Vincent Sunn Ken Harrison Danny Hoffman Dale Hortenitine Michael Huniaker Greg Jamas Eddie Jinkins Hu ay Keeney Steve King Larry Madden Bobby Manning Bill McClung Bob Mitchell Jim Montgomery Henry Musialman Gary Newman Lynn Newman Larry Niion Stacy Owen Tommy Parkar Bill Parrin Tony Waff Donnia Poarch Joa Rapa John Rap Larry Richardson Bruce Robinson Gary Roienberger J. D. Rothwell Brian Shivers Bill Shuford Scott Shuford Scott Slaughter Hatch Smith Jim Stalay Bill Stona Robert Turnbull Tim Weaver Jim Whalay Charlas Wolcott Mark Wolcott Craig Wombla Bud Wright Mike Wundarlick 261 Armchair quarterbacks of Sigma Alpha Mu watched TV at the house. Dennil All.r Keith Alter Howard Barnttam Bruce Barnitien Irwin Blum Robert Chicotily St.y.n Cohan Kenny Davii Ron Epstein Eddi. F.ld Rob.rt Fill Sylvan Flortheim Kenny Goldb.rg Mil. Hind Gilbert Holland Donny Hurwitz Howard Kl l Ban Lammom - 262 IAM President Vice-President Secretary Richard Stern Ravel Michael David Krauss Dennis Ira Alter Treasurer Barry Howard Wolf Rush Captain Harry Michael Hochman Sigma Alpha Mu Beginning its 50th year, the Sigma Theta chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu was active on the UT campus. Richard S. Ravel was a varsity letterman in swim- ming for the fourth consecutive year. Sylvan J. Rothchild, Mike J. Tobor, William E. Rosenthal, George A. Raffkind, William B. Finkelstein, and Robert G. Beckoff were Texas Cowboys. Silver Spurs included Jerome K. Horowitz, Charles S. Cohen, and Sammy F. Skibell. The Sammy ' s collected for the heart fund in their ' Bounce for Beats " drive. The social calendar in- cluded the Viet Cong rush weekend, the spring for- mal, and a hayride. i Philip Leonard Jerry Nagid Marl Polunsly Richard Raval Sol Raifar Bil ly Rosanthal Rob.rt Saidal Robart Saldan Barry Shulkin Paul Stain Michaal Tobor Barry Wol Sammy ' s and their dates enjoyed a cook-out at their winter hayride party. 263 Mike Armstrong Jim Bibo Bill Biegel Doug Bogart Mike Brannen Jay Brown Sigma Chi Changes this year at the Sigma Chi house in- cluded a 14-week pledgeship program and a re- modeled gameroom. As the only UT -fraternity in- volved in the foreign exchange program for stu- dents, Sigma Chi hosted two law students from Peru. Derby Day, held in Pease Park, provided activities for competing sororities. Members active on campus included Silver Spurs Warren L. Maupin, John A. Jarvis, and Jack B. Payne; freshman football team manager Robert A. Couch; and orientation advisor Robert Watson. IX President James Robert Watson Vice- President Donald Wayne Drinkard Secretary Alfred Gene Holcomb Treasurer Mark King Johnson Rush Captain Dennis Nicholas Johnston r t Brian Bullard Bryan Burk Bill Canal. Bill Carpenter Bucky Couch Tony Constantino Jim Cravir John Dalby Robert Dalby Greg Dial Foitar Dor man Don Drinkard David Ellis Edwin Eubanki Barry Gidden Bob Gilbert Lyman Grant Mile Gregory Jim Hayes Al Holcomb .:: David Lee Brad Lollar Bill Marshall Randy McCommons Steve Meyer David Mucha David Patterson Stan Roberts Bill ftogan Jimmy Scruggs Danny Shurden Kenny Steer Robin Strother Larry Sumners Phil Sumners Bob Watson Gary Watts Tom White 264 Sigma Chi ' s looked on as sorority coeds battled in the annual Derby Day events Diana Bavrj DaaDaa Blnlenbkr Bat-t. Bullard Jan Burlvson Ptflgy Cook Sjian Giutll Silly Hart.l Biiabth Hill Bath Ibarra Carol McClain Sylvia Plangman Nancy Rambart Laura Robimon D ' Ann Ruhmann Kathy Siglar Susan Sumnars Little Sigmas 265 Sally Abowih Nancy Albert Liia Alter Liu Andell Liu Aron Judy Ashe Debbie Bacharach Jane Baum Helaine Bender Barbara Berger Cindy Brownstein Julie Chapman Barbara Cole man Barbara Cook Meliua Denbo Nancy Elllsh Sheri Finkvlstein Karen Friedman Leslie Freed Robyn Freedman Mina Gardner Rebecca Garber Jan Gershner Martha Gerson Celane Goldfaden Aleta Goldstein Phyllis Goldstein Brenda Goodman Donna Gran off Genell Green berg IAT President Freda Eva Gardner Vice President Frances Ann Clark Secretary Hildy Carol Jacobs Treasurer Shelley G. Nussenblatt Rush Captain Nancy Lynne Rosenberg :-! SDT ' s held a Work Week to prepare tor Spring Rush. 266 DU nh m Sigma Delta Tau This year a new program was initiated by the UT Sigma Delta Tau chapter for greater participation in the sorority. This program featured two months of chapter meetings with projects and speakers. Active in service projects, members made puppets for a party at the Austin State School. A Valentine party was also given for the children. Members partici- pated in the Pilot Program through the Health Cen- ter and contributed to the March of Dimes. Highlighting SDT social life were a winter formal and retreat in October. Active on campus were Linda Marsha Manowitz, vice-president of Panhel- lenic, and Irene Glazer, vice-president of Spooks. Sigma Delta Tau actives surprised pledges with an early morning breakfast. I Lynn Harris Monica Horn Sally Horwitz Hildy Jacobs Kathy Khn Marcelle Kboudi Sara Klein Laura Land Beverly Lebowiti Susan Levin Marcia Levii Leslie Uwin Ricld Macow Linda Manowiti Rochell Merfish Linda Muntx Rozann Nelberi Terry Newman Franc! n Nussenblatt Shelley NussenblaH Helen Valerie Polunsky Brenda Rauzin Michele Resnick Elian Roddy Andrea Rosenberg Nancy Rosenberg Gayle Rothenberg Yvonne Rudolph Sharon Schletinger Janel Schreibman Suzanne Schwarti Cissy Segall Barbara Shapiro April Sherman Ann Siegel Lorraine Sonnemann Sheryl Sonnemann Sharon Spinner Sandra Steinfeld Fredell Topek Debbie Weiner Mrci WiHeli Joan Wlzig Debbi Zlatlns -- 267 Bill Adams Mike Aiken Bob Allman Rick Anderson Tom Arwood Randy Baeti Jack Blanton Glenn Boles Wayne Boles Chip Briscoe Ed Brown Russell Buti Steve Caldwell Scott Campbell Steve Chalmers Jimmy Conrad David Danvers Mark Dodson Tim Donahue Stacy Eastland Evan Evans Mark Floyd Robert Goodwii Doug Graham Billy Helms Bill Hooton Steve Norton Steve Hutcheson Greg Jackson Greg Krupps IN President Lawrence Charles Mathis Vice President Stephen Blake Mort on Secretary James Harrison Walter Treasurer John Scott Talbot Rush Captain Billy Charles Helms Sigma Nu was instrumental this year in two major charity projects. Members participated in the Char- ity Bowl football game, with all proceeds going to the Darrell Royal Workshop for Cerebral Palsy. Sigma Nu ' s Lawrence C. Mathis and Bertrand O. Baetz organized Bevo ' s Birthday Rodeo, benefitting the Travis State School for the Mentally Retarded. On campus, Timothy A. Donahue was a member of the Texas Student Publications Board. Lawrence C. Mathis, Bertrand O. Baetz, and Robert W. How- ard were Silver Spurs, while Steven C. Hutcheson, Lawrence D. Wilson, and Dan S. Steakley were Texas Cowboys. Steven C. Chalmers was on the Executive Council of the Cowboys. Sigma Nu I Sigma Nu ' s battled the DU ' s in a Greek Charity Bowl game for the Darrell Royal Workshop. 268 White Star Sweethearts FRONT ROW: Pat Courtney, Paige Hitchens, Martha Longwell. Elizabeth Blanton. SECOND ROW: Cindy Croslin, Kathy Cox, Katy Carlson, Karen Danvers, Anne Rhein, Kathy Stowe, Janey Briscoe. THIRD ROW: Roslyn Tiemann, Claudia Howard, Bonnie Standefer, Diane Nelson, Carol Colglazier, Susan Tudor. Kathryn Dana, Rita Greenwood. Jim Walter Peter Waraing Bill Wast Larry Wilson Ste.e Womack Randy Lehr Paul Mangum Larry Mathii Ronnie Mayo Jim McDonald Mark Millar Jim Minahan Lai Nichols Jay Palmar Danny Pattillo Mika Pearson Charlia Plumhoff Jim Poaga Stava Pott Cariton Richard Stava Robinson Bfuca Rogers Randy Schular Mike Shelton John Suman Scott Talbot Doug Thompsor Tom Turat John Walltar 269 David Burry Bryan Birkeland Jeff Blanchard Bo Brackendorff Patrick Brandenburg William Brirt Albert Burnt Doug Burton Ron Carter Steven Covey David Crockett Edward Davit Robert Davit Douglat Dillon William Eggletton Richard Rowan Glenn Frank William Fuller Sidney Allen Vicki Avico Sae Lynn Childen Cindi Heetwood Patrice Gatkin Barbara Glaze Candy Haetemeyer Claudia Hitchcock D. J. Lorai Linda Mattad Debbie McKannay Beth Ann Novotny Deborah Vaughan Bath Vowan Soian Zimmermann , 01 19 Golden Hearts Z t E President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Robert Steven Hicks Douglas Rulon Burton Brian Collier Birkeland James Marion Rienstra Larry Dale Taylor 270 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon showed the charitable side of fraternities this year by joining irr the cancer and polio drives. At Christmas the fraternity gave gifts to a local orphanage. The president of IFC this fall was Alan T. Moore, a Sig Ep. Members active in Silver Spurs were Stev- en E. Hicks, Joseph N. Petet, and Larry D. Taylor. Barry N. Henry was president of Silver Spurs and Henry David Hayden was a Texas Cowboy. Social events for Sigma Phi Epsilon were highlight- ed by a fraternity tradition for many years, the Red Garter Party, and the " Down South " weekend. Other parties included the Christmas semi-formal and match parties. Sig Ep ' s worked together to prepare for their Red Garter party. Larry George Bobby Giles Guy Goodwin Chart Haire Houston Harrison Barry Henry Steven Hicks William Holloway Steven Howie James Huffmes Christopher Hull Kim Janicke Brodle Lewis John Lovett Wayne Maisey Jack McAfee Steven McCown Robert McDonald Richard McElroy Alan Moore William Nalle Randy Nelson John Norval John Oberman Craig Olson George Pontrkes William Randolph Edmund Richards James Rienstra David Russell Jeck Savage Gary Sellers Richard Sheldon Bruce Sifford George Spark man Michael Strandridge Larry Taylor Alan Thielemann Clay Tucker Bill Walker Rodrick White Ric hard Williams Michael Wooldridge Robert Zamorano 271 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Craig Kavanaugh Bender Daryl Hastings Klecka William Harold Harter Robert Earl Holman Daryl Hastings Klecka Members and their dates decorated the Sigma Pi house for a Christmas party Margret George, Elizabeth Gilley, Sharon Lamb, Elaine Gilley, Cathy Arrington, Judy Naughton Order of the Orchids 272 Greg Badk Craig Bander Craig Burchited Mike Conner Alan George Bob Green Jim Hamilton Hal Hart.r Roy Hawi Dwight Haynei Mile Him. Robert Holman D.ryl Klecla Kim Morgan Mark William! Hmi ifeb hids Sigma Pi held their traditional big-brother-little- brother football game and gift exchange this year to highlight their calendar. The Phi Kappa Sigma ' s, Tau Kappa Epsilon ' s, and Sigma Pi ' s held co-op parties to promote friendship within the Greek system. Themes for the weekly parties ranged from Sup- pressed Desire to a Prison Party, complete with in- mates supplied by each fraternity, and pretty guards supplied by their dates. Craig K. Bender and Robert L. Green were select- ed by the Alpha Omicron Pi ' s for the only sorority little brother organization presently established. William H. Harter was president of Circle K. Sigma Pi The Sigma Pi ' s put team effort into intramural basketball. 273 Little Sisters of the Pyramid Melania Doniii Adrians Engl L.ili. Frd Cissy Segall TAO President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captains Jay Rodney Davis Gordon Merrill Rubinett John Ellis Horner Gerald Merfish Arthur Paul Rose Irwin Caldwell Kaufman A barbershop quartet was the main attraction at the fall talent show. 274 I DM .-ri- ll., Tau Delta Phi Members of Tau Delta Phi, cooperating with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, sponsored a Halloween children ' s play at Hancock Center for charity. Social events included a formal in February, Bachelor ' s III party in the fall, and a spring Showboat party. Among the members participating in campus ac- tivities were Alan H. Levi, who served as associate editor of the Cactus yearbook. Tau Delta Phi ' s " A " team was in the top ten in in- tramural football. Tau Delt teams were in the finals for table tennis and were bracket winners in bowling. The Tau Delt house was transformed into a casino Tor a showboat party. i I David Solomon Bruce Spain St... Spain Ricky Stein Sammy Stolbun Jack Wei.i Larry Cohen Jay Davis Marc Davis Leland Dushkin Larry Eilb ott Eddie Eng.l Aron Fogiel Rick Frachtman Bobby Frachtman Jack Freed Bobby Freedman Jay Gerstenheber Richard Gladstone Stuart Goldberg Steve Gossen Jeff Greenblum John Homer Irwin Kaufman Carlo! Key Jary Klein Jerry Kutler Steve L.rner Alan Levi Donny Levit Harry Lewis Hark Mayer Gerald M.rfish Miller Charles Pulman Carter Reich Mike Roosth Steve Roosth Arthur Rose Steve Rosenbaum Marvin Rotstein Gordon Rubinett Mike Stckett Dana Schnitier Mark Schnitter Stanley Schnitier 275 Tau Kappa Epsilon The accent by the Texas chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was placed this year on a progressive pledge program. Pledges were given all the rights of an ac- tive member except the knowledge of the ritual and the active vote in chapter meetings. The emphasis was placed on direct involvement with the chapter and the campus. Tekes participated in co-op parties and also held a Dads ' Day reception. Intramurals were a major part of the year for TKE with participation in many events. On campus Les D. Irby played on the University handball team. TKE President Viee-President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain Leslie David Irby John Leslie Gilmore David Darnell Anderson Terry Brent Russell Lee Price Moncrief Teke ' s practiced for a successful showing in handball. ' ' . ' r: i 276 Little Sisters of Apollo Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon enjoyed barbeque at Salt Lick. David Anderson Billy Boyd John Gilmor. L.I Irfay L Moncrif Jack Montgomery Jeff Pt non Tarry Rimell Tommy Sargant Cathy Duka L.ili. Finki LiM Johnston Linda McCullough Mimi Mo.rb. P gy Od.ll 277 .... _. Order of the Blue Iris FRONT ROW: Janet Sibbs, Dorothy Watson. Jane Klimes, Wanda Ripper. SECOND ROW: Linda Cottingham, Cathy Barr. Pamela Guernsey. Pamela Petty. Jane Steinle. Jim Andrui Jay Bailey Gene Baico Steve Belcher Paul Beote! Deve Crook Alan Dowdy Jim Eddin, Ed Gibbs Richard Heller Wayne Henington Craig Hilburn Scott Holler Paul Hopkins David Lord Ducky Mclnryr Bob Melfon Jimmy Pratt Jim Quigl.y Steve Robiton Lawrence Rosion Randy Scofi.ld Mike Scott John Shelton Jim Smith Ricky Smith Wayne Van Doren Dan WraniKhar ; ' - ' LA! mm L T President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captain I 3 Everett Shelby Gibbs Stephen Dudley Belcher David Preston Crook Richard Victor Heller William Benson Stewart Theta Xi Theta Xi ' s activities reflected the diversity of the membership in 1971-72. The chapter won first place in the Arkansas sign contest and also held pledge- active football games. Active on campus were Robert H. Worsham and Jack L. Long, varsity cheerleaders; Paul W. Beutel, vice-president of the Longhorn Singers; and Robert B. Melton, treasurer of the Longhorn Singers. A full social calendar included such events as the ' Hairy Buffalo " party, Halloween costume party, a trip to Wurstfest, semi-formals, and Christmas gift exchange which featured the Kappa Pickers. A Christmas party at the Theta Xi house featured entertainment by the Kappa Pickers. 279 Barry Antweil Robert Aronjtein Le.lie Ballin Mike Serl.r Chrii Caldwell Jo Ch inick Murray Cohan Sam Collini Bobby Darrow Ornn Dreeben Chart Eich nbaurr Brian Eltii Don Fielding Jim Frank ! David Frvirich Michael Furgatch Jay Gilden Richard Giniburg Ricky Given Harry Goldsmith Alan Gold.obel B ill Goon Paul Gordon Abe Goren Sandy Gott tman Tom Halfand Ricky Kahn Richard Kaplan Kenny Kopf Jimmy Kraus Marc Kuditch Gary Kusin Jack L Richard Levy Arnold Lipp Garey Markl St v Olichwanger Tommy Paul Larry Pierce Mitchell Rainen Larry Reader David Repp Robri Rot ftfl 1395 ZBT t I President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Rush Captains Gary M. Kusin Richard Miles Kaplan Garey Feld Marks Lawrence Stuart Reader Jeffery Marlon Sabel Ronald Turboft Lawrence Scott Pierce Michael Rosen Sammy Roienzweig Bill Rou Je(f Sabel Marty Scheinberg Ricky Schnurr P.te Selig Kenny Stein Louis Stool Ronnie Turboff Bob Turner Doug Waldman Randall Waldma Sieve Waldm.n Robert Wi :: : 280 The flavor of New Orleans enhanced the ZBT ' s Pat O ' Brien Party. Kn Zeta Beta Tau entertained frequently In their new house this year. Rush weekends, including a Pat O ' Brien New Orleans Party and the Playboy Party, after-football-game parties, match parties, and the spring formal were a few of the social activities. Members also sponsored a Little League football team in East Austin. Service projects included col- lections for muscular dystrophy and UNICEF. The ZBT ' s were also active in campus life. Sanford L. Gottesman was president of the Silver Spurs. Other members in Spurs included Jack Dinerstein, Gary M. Kusin, Richard M. Kaplan, and Joel C. Small. Jack G. Lee served as treasurer of Cowboys. William T. Kaufman and Robert A. Wise also repre- sented ZBT in the Texas Cowboys. Zeta Beta Tau FRONT ROW: Robin Scheps, Brenda Smith. Jill Greenberg. SECOND ROW: Cathy Chotiner, Syd Leeds, Lynda Franklin. Susan Hamilton. THIRD ROW: Laurie Reisman, Debbi Zlatkis. Cheryl Schraub, Marilyn Rubin. Debbie M altj, Helaine Reader, Liz Mur- phy. Little Sisters of the Sands 281 Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha members participated in various activities this year. Members sponsored a party for the mentally retarded in November and a Christmas party lor underprivileged children. Other activities included donations to the March of Dimes and to the mentally retarded. Zeta pledges painted the walls of the Austin State School as a contribution to community involvement. The Zeta social calendar included match parties, a fall retreat, and a formal dance. Active Zeta ' s on campus were Deborah Ann Rail, Orange Jacket treasurer and orientation advisor; Elizabeth Irene Beasley, Angel Flight commander; and Andrea Maria Sidor, orientation advisor. Judy Alliion Miry Alliion Becky kilty Grace Bainter Jodie B ion Silly BUckwell Noni Blilock Kithl n Blizik Sharon Brookl Dabett. Brown Bonnie Burkhalter Jin BurUion Beth Bybm Kiry CiHion Miry Clegg Cindy Curlin Pa m Divit Betty Sue Dib Karen Dillon Carol Eidi ill! Earhart Nancy Eppei Laurie Erneit Jackie Etheridge Michele Faulkner Lucy Foreman Mlrcii Frost Pam Gery Amy Gillii Barby Gla.e G.yle Gla.e Julie Slov.f Suianne Goodwin Killry Griffin Marianne Griffin Jaci.e Hlyl M.liiu Heap Silly Hup Suzy Heitreberg Linde Higgini Nancy Hollen Beth Ibarra Piny lvy Cindy Kin Judy Kppl r Zeta pledges participated in Sigma Chi ' s Derby Day. 282 A Jety Diy. President Marie Elizabeth Ibarra Vice-President Penne Sue Sitton Secretary Martha Lynn Trammell Treasurer Say Lee Wilkes Rush Captain Carol Elizabeth Winters Gaylee Wilkes Carolyn Wilton Julie Wilton Carol Winters Jan King Susan Kirkpatrick Kathleen Kleimann Karen Kothmann Janet Little Gay Ann Lynch Wren Marshall Patti Martin Holly McCall Debbie McCally Sarah McMordi. Till McNutt Sara Morgan Jean Mueller Sharon Newberry Anna Motley Tammy Oatman Bridget O ' Brien Roieanne Paul Martha Pearce Suzanne Penny EliHbeth Phillips Kathleen Phillips Terry Pierce Mary Pipkin Linda Pope DeDe Pratt Cindy Pretley Jan Preston Robin Rabun Debbie Rail Mary Reddick Cynthia Reevet Kathy Reilly Linda Reilly Julie Richardt Melinda Roberts Debby Rundell Cathy Salter Alice Sanders Barbara Sanderson Ton! Schmid Genette Shelton Andrea Sidor Pam Simpton Cathy Smith Jan Smith Anne Spellmann Sue Stanberry Bonnie Standefer Mary Steiner Jancy Stephenton Kay Stewart Pat Swanson G. B. Thames Patty Thomat Martha Thompson Kate Thornberry Cheryl TownUy Martha Trammel! Beth Vowan Melinda Wallis Mary Nan Watkins Cynthia Wendland Kim Wendland 283 A : 284 I _J M p u " " u 1 M II M II FEATURES .. ACTIVITIES BETSY FINK MIKE McKEE Summertime. At last there are no classes; finally there is a chance to rest. Sun worshippers hit the beaches. The adventuresome pack their bags with thoughts of relaxation and pleasure, heading for Mexico, Europe, or a cross-country excursion. Some bypass the road of leisure and spend hours in sum- mer study. Others labor at summer jobs. Freshmen receive their first taste of UT during orientation. Even the more fortunate who bask in the solitude of the lazy summer days, remember that the thought of adds and drops clouds even the brightest of their days. Those Lazy Summer Days I I I 286 287 New pledges received drops signifying their sorority. Second period rush skits entertained rushees. A friendly pat-orvthe-baclc and a smile said welcome A Fall Tradition Rush sweeps Into Austin each fall, bringing new friends and acquaintances, endless parties and con- versation and a sea of faces and names that you " must " remember. The week prior to the beginning of classes is appropriately named " rush week, " giv- ing non-greeks only a hint to the truly hectic week that opens the greek year. The girls are greeted by actives, each bearing the same tired smile, a glass of punch, and idle conver- sation. The guys are greeted with a handshake, a beer, and a conversation on staggering feet. The continuous string of parties, day by day, gri nd an in- cessant smile and unmistakable confusion into each participant ' s face. In the aftermath of the storm, in- vitations are sent to the remaining ones who were chosen or were lucky enough to endure. Meditating over the invitation with aching feet, faint memories of the week are recalled. The result is a pledge, soon to be an active, and soon to start the same tradi- tional whirlwind once more. Plenty of beer and conversation made rush parties endurable. Lake parties were popular during fraternity rush. 289 " Preregistration Do Not Fold Spindle or Mutilate A -.ujJaii 1 I Mountains ot mail filled the Accounting Office. o Where is that $% auditors receipt. ' " ?XP Bi Adds and drops starring a cast of thousands. := -. 290 L The computer could only do so much. mm Signs awaited the lines. After an initial year of frustrations and complica- tions, " The Computer " and the semi-annual pre-reg- istration process claimed more victims this year. With the Gregory Gym registration procedure by-passed two years ago, university students looked forward to 1971-72 as a year of late classes, easy schedules, and no hassles. But " The Computer " struck again. Course sched- ules, piles of number two pencils, and thousands of course cards, all intended to solve the problems in- herent in the old field house registration, only added to students ' problems. Pre-registration was hailed as a success by those students able to win the battle of man vs. machine. But for those unlucky enough to fall victim of the mechanical sectionizer, a nightmare of adds and drops was waiting. Foreseeing the difficulties of pre-registration, University officials scheduled a day of adds and drops in Gregory Gym at the beginning of the spring semester. For the experienced student, the process was reminiscent of the old system long lines and few courses available. After two years of operation, controversy still sur- rounds the " new " pre-registration procedure. In de- bating the good and bad points of the system, most students rely on their personal experience with " The Computer " and to the student stuck with five 8 a.m. classes there is no doubt concerning his feelings about the " new " process. ' Dorm Living: An Experience The dorm ... a place to drop the books, the troubles of the day, and listen to the rest of the floor ' s problems. It is a mini-community composed of representatives from all over the state, the na- tion, and the globe. In one room lives a Houston oil- man ' s daughter and a Valley orange grower ' s daughter. Down the hall lives a girl who ' s never left Austin. There may be a " modern confusion " decor lodged next door to a psychedelic poster museum. Or there may be a stark, bare room untouched by the resident. Each reflects a different life style and the attitude of the persons who live there. Here per- sonalities, not just people meet. Personal woes be- come common woes. There is mutual understanding among the residents about no hot water, leftovers again, fire alarms at 3 o ' clock in the morning, and broken washing machines. There are immediate im- pressions formed in dorm life. " I hate my roommate. The food is terrible. The elevator is slow as a snail. " But in that nook called a room, there is a definite feeling that someone belongs there ... it is a home. Despite the timing of finals, students took part in holiday festivities. ABOVE: Telephone talking competed for nightly study hours . . . and often won. RIGHT: A collage of posters did wonders for this " green cubicle. " 292 There ' s never a dull moment in a dorm . . And 793 i " You mean to tell me there ' s nobody up there who doesn ' t have a date!?! " ' ' k 9 " Mirror, mirror on the wall . . . 294 Live and Learn a Was getting pinned really worth it? The lobby sometimes offered quiet that couldn ' t be found in the room. 295 Weekend traffic jams were typical around dorms After long hours ot study came " midnight snacks im . The 10,000 Calorie-a-day Diet. 296 A Time to Remember Banners proclaimed Longhorn spirit Dorm advisors prepared freshmen for Austin night life. 297 A Joint Effort Living under one roof with people of varying per- sonalities and interests is what co-operative living is all about. A co-op resident assumes weekly cooking and cleaning chores, and is responsible for his own self-government and management. It is this inde- pendence that attracts many students to the low- cost living of a co-op. Each co-op belongs to the Inter-Cooperative Council which attempts to aid all of the co-ops by making them an attractive place to live. By spon- soring movies throughout the year, the ICC bought necessary appliances for the co-ops. Co-op residents enjoyed sports year round 298 Christmas dinner was one annual co-op event Leftover turkey was used for lunch, dinner, and snacks. The House A Home Variety is the password to the style of life in soror- ity and fraternity houses. Walk into a room and you might discover laughter, stacks of books, and piles of clothes. Frequently pledges can be observed clean- ing the house or performing other household tasks deemed necessary by actives. Weekend parties are the rule rather than the exception and rap sessions frequently carry over into the early morning hours. Day to day living within the greek setting is a defi- nite challenge and a matchless experience. LEFT: Greeks raided for a midnight snack. ABOVE: Members bridge the gap with their housemother. ft 299 " Students managed to take time out from studying for relaxation. Cooking meals also meant cleaning dishes. 100 cans of beer on the wall ' ' 300 Apartment Life: Freedom and Independence " Apartment Living 101 " is a cram course in re- sponsibility for the inexperienced or a refresher course in survival to the seasoned apartment dwel- ler. Nowhere else can one find such a basic course in independent living. A person is entirely on his own when living off campus. If the pilot light goes out, the disposal backfires, or the thermostat doesn ' t work, it is the in- dividual ' s duty to see that things are returned to order. In an apartment, there is space not only in square feet, but space for freedom of movement, hosting of parties and dates, and creativity in cook- ing ... and it is all available if the rent ' s on time. This should Itst us a few days! i T-r-r-ry it, you ' ll l-i-i-ike it! 301 302 All on an Autumn Saturday Afternoon . 303 Revenge on the range, Arkansas!! Band members played as raindrops kept falling on their heads at the Cotton Bowl. 304 f ' H K_ MMi BW M ororities competed for the spirit award at pep rallies _ _ _ _ _ Football Fever Tired feet, hoarse voices, and fair-weather fans typified Texas students on Saturdays in Austin last fall. With the new upper deck in use, students rode I I flights of escalators only to find more stairs to climb to their seats. From their vantage point, stu- dents in the upper deck had a front row seat of the pre-game, halftime, and post-game shows by the Longhorn band and birds flying below. Other stu- dents drew lower deck seats with some fans serving as members of the card section. Field recruits included the APO ' s and their giant Lone Star flag; Bevo, held down by the Silver Spurs; the Cowboys ' cannon, Smokey, and UT ' s orange- clad cheerleaders. However the Longhorns, with their fourth consecutive SWC title, were the ulti- mate performers of the glittering Saturday events. I Escalators transported fans to the new upper deck of Memorial Stadium. Even empty stands showed Longhorn spirit. - 305 Half-asleep A mad dash to the Co-op Rushing to class inning of a full day Lunch on the Union Patio Mid-day laziness Basking in the sun A second wind Winding out the day a VAKSITY r:;T F1L. " If f M I J ? u bj , at Night jttW ' 1IB Studying Full libraries and " coffeehouses " Two-hour study breaks Relaxing and letting loose Cleaning up on the eve of a new day Midnight snacks A 24-Hour day Llrt Iff Pifisi !ii Understating another stated library inadequacy. V Ik- :- Aisles in the Humanities Research Room were reported to be poorly lit and inadequate. Student Government Committee for Better Li- brary Service worked in the fall on an emergency appropriation for a library crisis in the UT library system. The Texas Legislature appropriated two million dollars for 1971-72, no increase from the previous year. This money is divided 3 I % for book buying, 63% staff salaries, and 5% library system ' s operating expenses. Major complaints with existing facilities included lack of security in undergraduate libraries and lack of personnel. In answer to President Stephen H. Spurr ' s re- quest for more documentation on the library situa- tion, the Better Library Service set up a complaint registering service for students to voice opinions to librarians and The Daily Texan Firing Line. The American Research Library Association ranked the University 16th in performance on a list of seventeen schools. Performance encompassed number of volumes, staff, expenditures, and total operating procedures. Library Facilities Found Inadequate By Committee 308 k Y Limited bus service was a result of the strike Protesters petitioned signatures supporting the strike. Student Busing Slowed by Strike Shuttle bus drivers went on a strike in late Febru- ary that lasted seven weeks. The drivers claimed that Transportation Enterprises, Inc. operated buses with poor braking systems and lights, mal- functioning doors, and no fire extinguishers. The strikers also wanted their local chapter of the Amalgamated Transit Union recognized. TEI promised to repair the buses but refused to recog- nize the Union shortly after the strike began. TEI was then forced to use supervisory personnel and non-striking drivers and hire drivers 18 years of age which violated their contract with the Univer- sity. Negotiations continued intermittently until April when TEI agreed to recognize the Union. The Union patio was the scene of a benefit concert for the drivers. 309 Ml ' ' ' TIME Seeks Equal Enrollment The Improvement of Minority Education, better known as TIME, was organized this year amidst controversy over the minority recruitment program at the University. TIME consolidated the efforts of black, Chicano, and Anglo groups to lobby for in- creased minority enrollment. TIME supported a lawsuit by the Thurgood Marshall Society, the Hu- man Rights Research Commission, La Raza Law Students, and the Student Bar Association against University President Stephen H. Spurr. They charged inaction on the minority recruitment pro- posals that included a ten-percent increase in mi- nority student recruitment and the addition of 75 minority students enrolled in the freshman class of the School of Law. The Board of Regents in an April meeting rejected the TIME proposal and the changing of the minority recruitment policy was delayed until next year. MAYO demonstrated for A Chicano Studies Program. A clock was the symbol of TIME ' S efforts for minority recruitment. I President Spurr came under attack for failing to inact MAYO s demands. 310 MAYO marched in support of minority recruitment. Tex- P IRC Forms On UT Campus Tex-PIRG, Texas Public Interest Research Group, a new organization formed to investigate environ- mental preservation and consumer protection, draft, and drug laws, gained wide support among both students and faculty at UT this year. Tex- PIRG supporters, after gaining enough signatures on their petitions, asked the Board of Regents for a voluntary fee of $2 to finance the group. The money would be collected through registration. The regents, however, vetoed the optional fee col- lection and Tex-PIRG set aside April 9-19 as a fund raising period. During those ten days, students gave donations on the Drag, rebate slips were col- lected, campus organizations pledged money, sen- iors signed over their property deposits, and the Student Senate pledged $500 for support toward the Tex-PIRG goal of $30,000. !16M!J Tex-PIRG board elections were held the same day as the May primary election. 311 :- t : - They Go Unnoticed Daily K SS ' SiU " rr ' - " . r ' " " " ' i n IT Let us. while waiting for new monuments, pre- serve the ancient monuments. CEC and Fine Arts Present Winnipeg Ballet Jesus Christ Superstar 314 Winnipeg Ballet 315 Gordon Light-foot Henry Mancini Chuck Berry II- Proposition 318 Midsummer Night Dream 319 Regents Approve Building Program The Board of Regents of the University System attracted less attention this year than in recent years. The most controversial action taken by the board this year involved the imposition of a faculty teaching workload. The teaching workload required each faculty member to teach the equivalent of four three-hour undergraduate courses. A class with 100 to 300 students accounted for credit for one and one-half courses while a class with over 300 students accounted for two courses for faculty members. The same amount of credit was given for teaching five graduates as for teaching 100 under- graduates with the chairmen of the departments being able to have up to three courses waived for their administrative duties. The board also approved a $60 million construc- tion program that Regent Frank C. Erwin Jr. called " a master plan for the next ten years. " Included in the building program was a 2.5 million volume li- brary to be located on Speedway Avenue between 20th and 21st streets. A College of Fine Arts Building and a 3,000 seat performing arts center will be built at the present location of Clark Base- ball Field. A special events building seating 20,000 people for basketball and CEC events is to be built adjacent to IH 35 between 16th and 18th streets. Another future addition, a water sports arena for intercollegiate swimming, is to be built at an undesignated location. A committee was appointed to negotiate with the City of Austin the return of Municipal Golf Course to the University. The land on which the golf course is located is a part of the University ' s Brackenridge tract and is valued at $60 million. 330 - I Bach Click Taniguchi Gibbs Gregorian o I Gibbs Click Taniguchi Bach Gregorian " Q. rs O QQ c u C M) 2s " = WD rs 3 .2? ' E I u O Q. o The University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas Spring, 1972 To Whom It May Concern i It is with profound regret that I resign my position at the University of Texas at Austin. I came to this campus several years ago with great expectations for a new teaching and learning experience in an ideal environment. Unfortunately, in the last two years, I have found that none of my expectations has materialized. It has been my experience that the Regents have more often than not failed to listen to the requests of the faculty. This has resulted in the situation which now exists - the faculty has little control over their working conditions. This has been clearly reflected in the imposition of mandatory teaching loads for all professors. I must say this points to one thing - our governing bod y seems to be more concerned with quantity rather than quality of education. The situations and repeated repressive tactics, which resulted in the departure of some of this institution ' s brightest lights during the recent past, have simply been too much for me to withstand and continue my position in good faith. Earlier in the year, a decision was made to request a lesser regental library allocation than endorsed by the University ' s Library Committees. With the sub-standard conditions of library facilities on this campus, this was but further proof that the powers-that-be of the University has misplaced certain priorities. Because of these conditions I highlighted and other personal reasons, I submit this letter of resignation. My hope is that the future will bring an improved academic atmosphere to the UT-Austin campus. Respectfully submitted, Faculty Member The University of Texas Austin n o 3 o i ( O 4 3 w " n GFQ DO O 0}U3jdO-| 3 = CfQ O | 5 i " Moving on to Greener Pa$ture$ " 321 UT Goes Cycledelic A barrage of bicycles descended upon the Uni- versity this year, as cycling became a way of life for students both as passengers and pedestrians. Problems followed when the clean air movement moved onto the campus. Like cars, bikes came under traffic regulations, so unpleasant surprises awaited cyclists who were oblivious to signs, red lights, and pedestrians. Bicycle owners accumulated tickets for running stop signs and excessive speed. There were also many accidents involved; bikes and cars, bi- cycles with other bicycles, and bicycles with unwary pedestrians. Racks were provided, but because of the shortage, bikes could be seen chained to trees, mailboxes, stairs, and No Parking signs. Though all conceivable anchors were used, bicycle theft contin- ued to be a risk for riders. Even with the many problems involved, popularity for one-person transportation soared. Bikes pro- vided a convenient way to get to and from classes without the hassle of driving or the tardiness of walk- ing. A person could catch a few extra minutes of sleep before morning classes by relying on this latest fad for traveling. 322 323 The Drag . . . A Symbol of UT Culture Strange music, the -noise, the people, the vaga- bonds vending exotic goods, and the passers-by glancing at the sights! This is not some strange mar- ket place, but the University Drag. Aromas from avocado sandwiches, candles, in- cense, leather goods, and carnations permeate the air, drawing students toward the displays. A con- stant cry of " Ra-a-a-a-g " splits the air all day long. Night time creates a contrasting atmosphere on the Drag. After a UT football victory, the Drag is a wild melee of shouts, car horns honking, and a sea of hands " hooking the horns! " The Drag depicts an overall view of the students ' interests, life styles, and backgrounds. A meeting place for people from all over campus this is the Drag. m i 324 A New Landmark The LBJ Library With the opening of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and School of Public Affairs, students were given an opportunity to view one of the most tumul- tuous decades of the century from the memorabilia, personal papers, and documents of the man who was the U.S. president during those times. The library, on the east edge of the campus, is easily accessible to students interested in a place for study, research, and history. For those more inter- este d in viewing the library ' s displays, something in- triguing and fascinating can always be found. Mrs. Johnson told members of the Cactus staff during a tour in the fall, " We tried to provide something for everyone. " And they did. I Mrs. Johnson campaigned across the nation in 1964 on the Ladybird Special. 326 Charles Corkran, chief archivist, explains the filing system tor the LBJ papers 377 Busy Schedule Marks First Year During its first year as part of the University, the LBJ Library, School of Public Affairs, and Joe C. Thompson Conference Center hosted numerous events. An initial group of 250,000 education pa- pers, previously unavailable to the public, were opened during a symposium in January. Other highlights included an autograph party for the former President ' s book, The Vantage Point and daily tours. The complex also served as a place for group meetings and conventions. After 10 months of operation the 500,000th visi- tor passed through the popular center in March. Gary Yamngton. curator, supervised work on an education exhibit. L, ' W 328 Lyndon Johnson autographed his book The Vantage Point, at the LBJ Library when his memoirs were released. LEFT: Dr. James B. Rhoads, Archivist of the United States, and for- mer HEW Secretaries John Gardner and Wilbur Cohen spoke at the Education Symposium in January. ABOVE: The LBJ Library hired students to serve as guides and receptionists. 329 ' Off-campus speakers sponsored by the Texas Un- ion Speakers Committee and other campus organi- zations introduced a diversity of philosophies and ideas to the University community this year. Con- servative William F. Buckley Jr., speaking to a ca- pacity crowd in Gregory Gym, rebuffed the New Left for its " vague program. " Consumer advocate Ralph Nader cited Tex-PIRG as an example of stu- dent involvement which " is building a new full-time citizenship for students. " An organic food fair on the Union Patio preceded nutritionist Adelle Davis ' speech to a full crowd of University students and many Austin residents. Ken Kesey, author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo ' s Nest, and Linda Jeness, Socialist party candidate for President, both urged political involvement outside the two party system, while candidate Frances Farenthold sought student votes for the Democratic nomination for governor. Beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti encouraged anti-war sentiment in selections from " A Coney Is- land of the Mind. " University professor and former presidential advisor Walt W. Rostow described " the diffusion of power from Washington and Mos- cow, " and the decline of aggressive romantic revo- lutionaries " as the most important trends enhanc- ing the chances of world peace. Rabbi Meir Ka- hane ' s pro-Zionist views met both approval and emotional protest at the University, while Peter Buch countered the arguments of the Jewish De- fense League with anti-Zionist ideas. Other speak- ers included pacifist Dave Dellinger, civil rights leader Charles Evers, militant Chicano Reies Lopez Tijerina, and anthropologist Evelyn Reed. Some students were outraged by Rabbi Kahane s speech. William F. Buckley 330 i Dave Dellinger Speakers Attracted Varied Audiences Lawrence Ferlinghetti 331 Texas Union . . A People Place 333 Primary Election Sparked Student Interest A heavy student turnout for the primary elections meant a long wait to vote. Gubernatorial hopeful Frances Farenthold met supporters at her headquarter est Large numbers of students participated in precinct conventions. Newly enfranchised by the 26th Amendment, many students participated in grass-roots politics preceding the May 6 primary elections. As far back as February, an extensive drive to register eli- gible voters was organized on campus. Political hopefuls geared their campaigns to seek the stu- dent vote with such issues as the Sharpstown stock scandal and the state government ' s relation to the University community. Student involvement was unprecedented. Coali- tions endorsed and actively campaigned for vari- ous candidates. When the dust cleared on May 7, the election results indicated a heavy student turn- out and a substantial change in the political struc- ture of the State. Newcomers seemed to hold an advantage in some hotly contested races. Democratic gubernato- rial candidates Dolph Briscoe and Frances " Sissy " Farenthold headed for a runoff, while ousting in- cumbents Preston Smith and Ben Barnes. In the Re- publ ican primary, Al Fay ran first in Travis County, but was matched with fellow Houstonian Hank Grover for the June 3 runoff. Student attendance at Democratic precinct con- ventions also showed the new political muscle. Many of the delegates to the county conventions selected from student precincts were committed to Senator George McGovern for the Presidency. Travis County as a whole supported McGovern, Governor George Wallace, Senator Hubert Hum- phrey, plus blocs of " uncommitted " delegates. Bill Jn ( __- ' LT. COVER! I 335 Round-Up in the Old Tradition c One of the couples at the Marathon solicited support by donning cos- tumes. Governor Preston Smith presented the trophy to the Marathon winners. In an effort to bring back the " spirit and tradi- tions " of previous years, Round-Up ' 72 was filled with activities including a beard growing contest, the Texas Cowboy barbeque, and a bicycle race. Coordinated by the Interfraternity Council, Round- Up was held the week of April 9-15. Highlight of the week of celebration was the 48- hour dance marathon, sponsored by the Silver Spurs and held in Gregory Gym. Lee Lonney and Carol Smith were the winning couple and received a trip to Disneyland for their participation. The dance raised $15,000 for the March of Dimes. Overall, Round-Up week served to raise money for charitable causes as well as change the routine of campus life for at least one week in April. The Round-Up Barbeque was sponsored by the Texas Cowboys. 336 ion STOP BIRTH DEFECTS. PONT THt They Stop Birth Defects Don ' t They was the theme of the Marathon Dance. aptNSi presented WIM au proceeds to 1 uiJi trip too Greets displayed signs publicizing Round-Up. Couples managed to find ways of breaking the monotony of dancing. 337 Travel in Texas The vast state of Texas contains a wide variety of vacation spots and scenes for the perfect weekend excursion. A restless University student who " needs to get away from it all " can travel in any direction from Austin and be guaranteed an interesting change of pace. 338 Chinese Sunken Gardens in Brackenridge Park, San Antonio. Fiesta of Arts and Crafts at Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin. Astrodome, or the Harris County Domed Stadium, Houston Straw market in Juarez, Mexico, across the border from El Paso Confederacy area at Six Hags over Texas, Arlington Tower of the Americas at HemisFair Plaza. San Antonio 339 Gay Libs Met Opposition Yearlong friction between the Gay Liberation Front and the University Administration erupted in a February confrontation after a scheduled dance in the Union Main Ballroom was cancelled. Reserva- tions for the dance, sponsored by the Student Government to benefit the Gay Liberation De- fense Fund, was refused by James P. Duncan, Dean of Students. Five persons were arrested when they refused to vacate the ballroom. Gay Lib was also refused a permanent meeting room in the Union in October. An Austin night- club, which turned away a group of gays in No- vember, was picketed by supporters of Gay Lib. An injunction was filed against the University in December by the group. Refusal of official recog- nition as a student organization was the major grievance in the suit. Policemen guarded doors to the Union Main Ballroom in order to prevent the Gay Lib dance. f(! Say Libs filed an injunction against the University for refusing to grant official recognition to the group. 340 Five people remained in the Union Ballroom against police orders, Policemen arrested Gay Lib members for refusing to vacate the premises 341 New Buildings New Borders Clutter, cranes, and cramped quarters character- ized sections of the campus this year, as construction crews worked to build additions to the already sprawling Austin campus. Crews put the finishing touches on the Humanities Research Center and a brick veneer wall bounding the campus along the Drag and Nineteenth Street. On the east side of the campus, work continued on the expansion of Memorial Staduim. The expan- sion, already far behind schedule, suffered another setback in February when a crane ' s arm snapped and San Jacinto Street was blocked for over a week. On the opposite side of the campus, the new communications complex moved toward a Febru- ary, 1973, completion date, and construction crews worked hard on the new Physics-Math-Astronomy Building, slated to open in late 1972. s New wall bounding campus along Guadalupe and 21st Streets 342 New Scoreboard at Memorial Stadium , .. . - - ' - J- Vf. - ? Physics-Math-Astronomy Building 343 I rr 344 " ... with love, with love 70 ways, with love filling the days . . . from all those good and crazy people my friends. " from " Company " 345 titV 6 out I: Despite the rain, Texas fans rallied under their s; What has become a tradition for Longhorn foot- ball fans turned into a New Year ' s Day headache this year. In an unprecedented fourth straight ap- pearance in the Cotton Bowl, the Southwest Confer- ence champion Texas Longhorns were trounced by Penn State. Longhorn spirit mounted as New Year ' s Day brought a glittering parade through downtown Dallas, the crowning of Cheryl Goodman as Cotton Bowl Queen, and Steve Valek ' s record breaking field goal. Unfortunately, as the rain fell so did Longhorn spirits, and the road to victory ended in defeat. +B ' Cotton Bowl Queen Cheryl Goodman rode a float in the parade. 348 eineFtoaf PRIZE Cotton Bowl New Year ' s Tradition A Winnie the Pooh float won the 1972 Float Theme Prize. Texas Cheerleaders rode in the parade through downtown Dallas. Coaches Royal and Paterno exchanged a friendly word after the game. 349 . Students cast ballots in campus-wide elections at Main Mall polls. After all the leafleting ended and the final run-off was completed in student elections this spring, a new set of leaders were chosen by the student body. Following a highly contested run-off election, Dick Benson was elected student government president. Tony Sadberry captured the vice-presidency in a second run-off election. Only 5,767 students cast ballots in this selection of campus leaders. The first campus-wide election for members of the Texas Student Publications Board was held in Febru- ary. Two at-large members of the board, and four journalism majors, as designated by the trust agree- ment between TSP and the regents, were elected. On the same ballot with the TSP candidates, the 1972-73 editor of The Daily Texan, David Powell, was elected in a run-off. John Adkins and Ronnie Franklin, at-large members, and Gary Baldridge, Betsy Hall, Pam Mayo and Rana Shields, journalism students, were chosen for the TSP Board seats. 350 Issues and Idealogies LEFT: Individuals and groups protesting the Stu dents ' Association presidential election ex pressed grievances to the Election Commission War Demonstrations Marked Year ' s End 352 What began with approximately 200 grassroot activists on a peaceful evening in April on the Un- ion Patio grew to a confused and destructive force of 2,000 on the lawn of the LBJ Library. The stu- dents, who were angered by the sudden escalation and bombing in Vietnam, boycotted classes. Rallies were held to mobilize, city streets were blocked, and finally forces clashed on one violent evening. What began as a peaceful rally of speech-making turned into the tossing of heated words and rocks. Windows were broken and the Austin police were armed. The result was a melee of words, fists, clubs, tear gas, and Mace. What was once a quiet protest against war had become a battlefield. 353 -, ' ill !! , ' ' J JL J Vincent R. DiNino and the Longhorn Band 354 Graduation 1972 William D. Ruckelshous. speaker The 89th spring commencement program of The University of Texas at Austin concluded a year to be remembered by all. During 1 97 1 -72, some 4,200 students achieved their respective degrees from the University. A " freshman president " worked to- ward uniting the different university factions and a special memory undoubtedly evolved for every in- dividual who touched UT-Austin. The evening commencement program featuring the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, William D. Ruckelshaus as speaker, the Longhorn Band in concert, certification of all de- grees and remarks from President Stephen H. Spurr, followed a day full of activities. On May 20, the ROTC graduates in the various branches of service were commissioned, an inter-faith baccalau- reate service was held and afternoon convocations for all of the colleges and schools recognized the degree candidates individually. Speaking to the largest graduating class in the University ' s history, Ruckelshaus highlighted the pressing problem of ecology for the world today. Following his comments about the future of the en- vironment and man ' s role in its preservation, he commented to the graduates, " You leave here to- day to become the shapers of tomorrow ' s world. You are the pride and joy of Texas. " 355 LIMELIGHT 356 President of Cordettes and Mortar Board, Cyn- thia Ann Brandimarte also served as vice-president of Chi Omega sorority. A Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Lambda Theta initiate, Cindy was on the Dean ' s List in the College of Humanities for five semes- ters. Cindy was a Freshman Encounter advisor and a Bluebonnet Belle finalist in 1971 and 1972. Ronald Glenn Franklin, junior in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, was Tejas Club vice-president and was elected to the Texas Stu- dent Publications Board of Operating Trustees. Ronnie was a member pf Jester Men ' s Student Government and Phi Eta Sigma. He was also a Freshman Encounter advisor and on the coordinat- ing board for the organization. Architecture assemblyman, James Richard See- man, was chairman of the Texas Union Board of Directors and resident assistant in Jester Center for the freshman football team. A member of Omi- cron Delta Kappa, and Friar Society, J. R. was cho- sen for the Students ' Association Distinguished Service Award and as a 1971 Cactus Soodfellow. Outstanding Students 357 Outstanding Students A Ten Most Beautiful and a 1971 Bluebonnet Belle, Julie Jean Newsom was a member of Mortar Board and Orange Jackets. Julie, a senior humani- ties major with a 3.9 grade point average, was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Kappa Phi honoraries. Julie was also president of Alpha Chi Omega so- rority and Cordettes executive officer and spring pledge trainer. President ot Silver Spurs, Sanford Lee Sot+es- man was a member of the Board of Governors of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, the CBA Council, and the Texas Sportsmanship Committee. President of the junior class of the business school, Sandy was a committee chairman during CBA Week and chair- man of the Round-Up marathon dance. While com- peting on the UT swim team, he received the Chester Nagel Award for outstanding perform- ances. Vietnam veteran Robert Thomas Binder served as the 1971-72 president of UT student govern- ment. A third-year law student, Bob chaired both the Texas Student Publications Board of Operating Trustees and the Student Senate. He was also a member of the Board of Directors of the Texas Un- ion and of the University Council. A member of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity, Bob was a member of the Friar Society. 358 H. Clifton Avery, features editor of The Daily Texan, has worked on the Texan as city editor, as- sociate news editor, assistant managing editor and make-up editor. A three year newspaper staffer, Cliff was the Outstanding Texan worker in 1970. He served as president of Sigma Delta Chi, and president of the Southwestern Journalism Con- gress. A journalism major, Cliff was a stringer for both United Press International and Newsweek magazine and was an initiate of Friar Society. I :;; , ' As editor of the 1972 Cactus, Jan Kathleen An- drews served as an ex-officio member of the Texas Student Publications Board of Operating Trustees. A senior journalism major and transfer student from San Antonio College, she was a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America. Jan was also a member of Sigma Delta Chi and Theta Sigma Phi. Last year ' s University Sweetheart, Cheryl Ruth Goodman, was a 1971 Cactus Goodfellow and Cotton Bowl O ueen - A senior humanities major and a member of Orange Jackets, Cordettes, and Mor- tar Board, Cheryl was a varsity cheerleader for three years. She was a 1971 Bluebonnet Belle final- ist and served as Orientation advisor and Alpha Chi Omega sorority pledge trainer. 359 Junior fine-arts major Marcella Mitchell was a 1972 Bluebonnet Belle and recipient of the Marjo- rie Darelik Memorial Award. Marcella was secre- tary of the Texas Union Program Council and Exec- utive Council and a member of Orange Jackets. Vice-president of the Jester advisors, Marcella was secretary of Longhorn Singers and on the Texas To- day and Tomorrow Union Committee. Martha Ann Hill, a junior communications major, was a member of the Texas Union Executive Coun- cil and Program Council. She was. a member of Or- ange Jackets, Posse, and Mortar Board and served as rush coordinator of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Martha was on the steering committee for the Students Older Than Average Structure Study Committee. A member of SCOOP (Student Committee on Orientation Procedures) and an orientation advisor for three years, Ronnie Ray Volkening was a senior in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Ronnie was a past president of Tejas Club and was a 1971 Cactus Goodfellow. A senior in the College of Humanities, Ardell Taylor participated in the International Students Program by serving as coordinator of the housing office which assists incoming international students. A member of Mortar Board and several interna- tional student committees of student government, Ardell served as a Freshman Encounter advisor and was a member of the International Information Week Committee. b- :: :: - - -: M - 360 Outstanding Students Theodore Jerome Siff was the founder and di- rector of the Legal Research Project and founder and administrative coordinator of TexPIRG (Texas Public Interest Research Group). Selected the Most Outstanding First- Year Law Student in 1971, he was commentator in the 1972 Walter Prescott Webb International Symposium. Ted worked with " Nader ' s Raiders " on a pollution task force report concerning the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Agriculture. He was also se- lected to membership in the Friar Society. Senior in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Cheryl Jo Jennings was contact chairman of Orange Jackets and a member of Mortar Board and Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Cheryl was presi- dent of Alpha Lambda Delta, and a member of the Symphonic Band. She was a 1971 Cactus Goodfel- low and on the Union Leadership Board. President of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, senior Ha! Edward Hagemeier was Air Force ROTC Corps Commander and the Distinguished Military Cadet in 1971. An engineering major with a 3.9 grade point average, Hal was a member of Tau Beta Pi and was initiated into the Friar Soci- ety. Hal has been an Engineering Fellow for six se- mesters and on the Engineering Honor Roll for eight semesters. 361 Pergrinus law school yearbook Editor Macka Lee Murrah was a past president of Eta Kappa Nu, and an ex-officio member of the Texas Student Publica- tions Board of Operating Trustees. Mack, a mid- law student and chairman of the Law School Honor Council, was a member of Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity and Tau Beta Pi engineering honorary. Mack was an Engineering Fellow and a member of Phi Eta Sigma. Junior Fellow Christopher Lynn Hartwell was a Woodrow Wilson Scholar nominee and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. A senior Plan II English Honors Student, Chris was chairman of the Texas Union International Affairs Committee. He was also a member of the Texas Union Program Council and a reporter for The Daily Texan. Linda Sue Ferine, a senior in the College of So- cial and Behavioral Sciences, served on the Texas Union Executive Council and was chairman of Un- ion Week in 1970. An Orientation advisor, Linda worked on SCOOP (Student Committee on Orien- tation Procedures) and was a 1971 Cactus Good- fellow. She was also a member of Spooks, Orange Jackets, and Mortar Board. Outstanding Students 362 A graduate business student and former chair- man of SCOOP (Student Committee on Orienta- tion Prodecures), Paul Joseph Van Osselaer was a member of the House of Delegates, Model United Nations and the CBA Council. A former prs-law association president, Paul was a member of the Students ' Association Constitutional Revision Com- mittee and was the University ' s representative at the Student Conference on United States Affairs. Hi A graduate student in educational psychology, Esther Margaret Slipakoff, has been treasurer of Orange Jackets and vice-president of Spooks. Esther was pledge trainer of Sigma Delta Tau so- rority and a collegiate representative to the na- tional Supreme Council. She was also on the Texas Union Leadership Board and a member of Mortar Board and Alpha Lambda Delta. A student senator from the College of Educa- tion, Cathy Leigh Bonner also served on the Uni- versity Council, Education Council and Student In- surance Commission. A member of Pi Kappa Delta national debate fraternity, Cathy was also in the Texas Women ' s Political Caucus. President of the Texas Union Program Council, Gary Michael Polland, was a member of the Texas Union Executive Council, Union Board of Directors, and Union East Building Committee. Chosen as an Outstanding Business Student and 1971 Cactus Goodfellow, he served also on the University Advi- sory Council on Student Affairs and on the Univer- sity Honors Day Committee. Gary was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, and Phi Kappa Phi. 363 A member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity, Edward Seewald Guleke was a member of SCOOP (Stu- dent Committee on Orientation Procedures). A member of Phi Eta Sigma, and Friar Society, Ed was admitted to the Junior Fellows program for independent research. He was a member of the Longhorn Handball Association and was certified by the National Outdoor Leadership School for Mountaineering. Ed was also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa. Thomas Wayne Rioux, a graduate student from Houston, was a member of Kappa Sigma frater- nity, Chi Epsilon and Tau Beta Pi, and Omicron Delta Kappa. Chosen as an Outstanding Engineer- ing Student, Tom served on the Student Engineer- ing Council, and as Engineering College assembly- man. A member of the James Stephen Hogg Soci- ety, he was chairman of the Senior Cabinet and acting chairman of the Graduate Student Council. William Robert Young, a graduate student in the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Af- fairs, was coordinator for the Student Council for Voter Registration and the Student Action Com- mittee. Peck graduated in 1971 with special honors in government and has participated since 1967 in Young Democrats, Pi Sigma Alpha, and student government. Tejas Club Xinesi, Shawn Russell Casey was chairman of the Texas Union Ideas and Issues Com- mittee and a member of the Union Program Coun- cil. Shawn, .a senior in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, was an orientation advisor and participated in the Big Buddy Program in which he was a big buddy to an Austin grade schooler. 364 Engineer- Engineer- Council. es Cr- m Coufr The Outstanding Student in the College of Busi- ness Administration in 1972, senior Robert David Kilpatrick, was a Cactus Goodfellow and the Out- standing Co-Op Man in 1971. Bob has been presi- dent of Stag Co-Op and the Inter-cooperative Council, and served as an Orientation advisor. He was a member of Friar Societv and Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Beta Kappa Harold Hill Goldsmith has served as vice-president of Alpha Phi Omega serv- ice organization and was a member of Phi Eta Sigma. An Orientation advisor and member of the Texas Union Leadership Board, Hill was associate editor of the Campus Guidebook. A senior natural science major, he was a 1971 Cactus Goodfellow. Spring managing editor of The Daily Texan, Ste- ven Alan Wisch served as an ex-officio member of the Texas Student Publications Board of Operating Trustees. Formerly a Texan general reporter, Steve was a member of the selection committee for the Vice-President for Academic Affairs and was on the School of Communications Dean ' s List. He was also a member of Sigma Delta Chi. Outstanding Students FORMER OUTSTANDING STUDENTS STILL IN SCHOOL Douglas John Bartek Patricia Sherron Boyle William Dan Driscoll Ernie Michael Eden Martha L. Sallier Patricia Nelson Goldsmith Samuel Douglas Haas C. Robert Heath Robert Alan Higley John Graham Hill Carol Lynn Klinar Therese Kreig Barbara Ellen Leaman Nancy Carroll Lee Larry Lester Long Gregory Eugene Lucia Richard Wayne Meyer Ralph Irad Miller Sam D. Millsap David Meyer Mincberg Robert Leon Oliver Robert E. Pennington James Reid Porter James Hughes Price Horacio Rafael Ramirez Boaz Sharon Byron Elliot Short Jerome Ernest Sneed Jena Kay Soward Kenneth Wayne Sparks John Robert Stratton Patrick F. Timmons James W. Turner Stephen L. Van John Tullos Wells 365 1972 Goodfellows The Goodfellow award was given to those stu- dents who contributed outstanding leadership and service to the University. Campus awareness and personality were also characteristics of those who were generally " all around goodfellows. " The selec- tion of the 1 972 Cactus Goodfellows was con- ducted by a student-faculty committee. Former re- cipients were ineligible to receive the award. 366 972 filip a MBS an " -. 1. Judith Ann Naughton Communication Council Vice-President Kinsolving Resident Assistant Mortar Board 2. Randall Swenyth Jones Cordettes President Spooks Treasurer Alpha Xi Delta President 3. Mark Gideon Goode Chi Epsilon Engineering Council Chairman Senior Cabinet 4. Shellie Kay Burton Pi Lambda Theta Project Info SCOOP Secretary 5. Steven Scott Rich Longhorn Band President Pi Sigma Alpha Tejas Club 6. S. Jack Balagia Orientation Advisor Dally Texan Staff SCOOP 7. Sharon Adana Pearce Cordettes Orange Jackets Alpha Chi Omega Vice-President 8. Thomas Gail Arthur Student Engineering Council Vice Chairman IEEE Tau Beta Pi 9. Cathy Ann Raffkind Angel Flight Orange Jackets Alpha Epsilon Phi 10. Alan Harold Levi Cactus Associate Editor Tau Delta Phi Business Honors Program I I. Jana Audrey Estes Kinsolving Advisor Cordettes Commander Orange Jackets 12. William McKee Kazmann Lambda Chi Alpha President SPE of AIME President Petroleum Engineering Scholarship 13. David Leslie Powell Daily Texan Assistant to the Editor Sigma Delta Chi Young Democrats 3 7 1. Robert Wilson Drewry House ot Delegates Gas Co-Op Committee Round-Up Committee 2. Mary Elisabeth Blair Rho Chi LPhA Orientation Officer Consultative Committee on Selection of Pharmacy Dean 3. Patricia Kay Biggers Mortar Board President Phi Kappa Phi Ideas and Issues Committee 5. Armando B. Criel Communications Council Minority Recruitment Committee MAYO 6. Arthur Stephen Rode Longhorn Band Drum Major Kappa Kappa Psi Texas Cowboys 1. Joanne Kaufman Communication Council President Advertising Club President Dean ' s Honor Roll 4. Pamela Pitzer Phi Beta Kappa Pi Beta Phi President Phi Kappa Phi 8. Carolyn Vaughn Perkins Orange Jackets Middle Earth Orientation Advisor 368 i- Goodfellows 9. Charles Ray Porter Interfraternity Council President Phi Kappa Tau President Round-LIp Chairman 10. Sherrita Doris Lee Alpha Kappa Alpha Texas Union Executive Council Bluebonnet Belle I I. Sara Lynn Weidner Public Relations Student Society of America Theta Sigma Phi Kappa Tau Alpha President 12. Carl Stephen Parker Beta Theta Pi Vice-President Silver Spurs Student Senate 13. Margaret L. Blair Cordettes Posse Texas Union Challenge Committee 369 1972 Cactus Good fellows 370 ws I. Lawrence Edward Honig TES Editor Teaching Assistant Distinguished Military Student 2. Carolyn Rogers Kerr Jester Advisor Kappa Alpha Theta Secretary Jester Community Service Project 3. Elizabeth Irene Beasley Orange Jackets Orientation Advisor Angel Flight Commander 4. Andrea Maria Sidor SCOOP Orange Jackets Zeta Tau Alpha 5. Mary Claire Anderson Delta Zeta Vice-President Sigma Delta Chi Outstanding Cactus Section Editor 6. Stanley Raymon Wiedeman Varsity Singers Longhorn Singers Freshman Encounter Advisor 7. Nancy Marion McClellan Orientation Advisor Orange Jackets President Littlefield Advisor 8. Marsha Lynne Westfall Alpha Omicron Pi Students for Good Government UT Blood Drive Coordinator 9. Deborah Ann Rail Orange Jackets Treasurer SCOOP Zeta Tau Alpha President 10. Robert Courtney Olsen Tau Beta Pi President Engineering Leadership Award ASME Treasurer I I . Ann Kathryne Sidor Orientation Advisor Film Committee Chairman Freshman Encounter Coordinating Board 371 Goodfellows 372 5. Robert Gaines Beverly Powell 9. Thomas William Gornick Daily Texan Managing Editor Sigma Delta Chi Vice-President National Register of Students 2. Tanya Ekblad Stroube Student-Faculty Committee Freshman Encounter Advisor SCOOP 3. Cynthia Taylor Sigma Delta Chi President Daily Texan News Editor Paul J. Thompson Award 4. Thomas Charles Turner Swim Team Co-captain Tejas Club Friar Society Student-Faculty Discipline Committee Freshman Encounter Advisor Students for Farenthold 6. John Alexander Briclcer Phi Eta Sigma Te|as Club Secretary Phi Beta Kappa 7. Mary Jodette Ladd International Committee Leadership Board Dobie House Counselor 8. Christopher An-Tung Lin Freshman Orientation Advisor Texas Union Executive Council Dobie House Counselor Alpha Phi Omega Vice-President Freshman Orientation Advisor Dining Service Advisory Committee Chairman 10. Stephen Craig Walls Engineering Council Delta Upsilon Student Senator I I . John Marvin Pope Phi Beta Kappa Daily Texan Sigma Delta Chi 12. James Burleson Smith Silver Spurs Student Senator Delegate to Student Conference on US Affairs iV5 373 ' 1972 Cactus Good fellows 1 . Gary M. Kusin Silver Spurs Executive Council Zeta Beta Tau President Big Buddy Program 2. John August Adkins Cactus Fraternity Section Editor Texas Union Speakers Committee Texas Student Publications Board of Operating Trustees 3. Terry Lynn Bryant Longhorn Band Tau Beta Sigma Rho Chi 4. Joseph C. Kyle Student Senate Resident Assistant Alpha Kappa Psi Pledge Trainer 5. Robert Larry Hopkins Crow ' s Nest President Navy ROTC Battalion Executive Officer I972 University Hog Calling Champion 6. Stephen Lawrence Hogner Sigma Delta Chi Daily Texan Entertainment Editor Sigma Alpha Epsilon 7. Robert Thomas Boiling Freshman Encounter Coordinator Cultural Entertainment Committee Varsity Singers 8. Leo Wayne Harrison CBA Council Vice-President Outstanding Business Student CBA Senior Class President 374 ws FORMER GOODFELLOWS STILL IN SCHOOI Jane Diane Allard Anne Wythe Andrews James Harlan Arnold Elizabeth Ann Atkinson Douglas John Bartek Karen Elaine Barton Richard Brian Bills Michael Ralph Bisesi Patricia Sherron Boyle Robin Sue Bracher Senie Brackenridge Amy Joan Brown Jackie Louise Byars Cathy Ann Canter Douglas G. Caroom Glen William Dolfi Ernie Michael Eden Richard E. Ewing John Norman Feather Richard Louis Giesecke Edward Noble Goldsberry Harold Hill Goldsmith Cheryl Ruth Goodman Virginia Christine Guess William Dean Heggie Ricardo H. Hinojosa Alicia Ann Hunt Patricia E. Jackson Cheryl Jo Jennings Debra Catherine Jones Phillip C. Joseph Sharon Louise Kemp Robert D. Kilpa+rick Jill Elizabeth Lockett Larry Lester Long Gregory Eugene Lucia Lynn Wade Malone Pamela Diane Mayo Richard Wayne Meyer Deborah Ruth Morris Gary Arthur Munneke Linda Sue Perine Paul James Peters Gary Michael Polland Ann Richardson James Richard Seeman Frank W. Sheppard Trudy Kier Skiff Kenneth Wayne Sparks David Ross Stevenson Linda Jane Stevenson Jane Reed Trigg Brenda E. Trojanowsky David Alan Turner Wilfred C. Uecker Charles E. Vinson Ronnie Ray Volkening Brenda Joyce Walker Susan Jean Walstad Marsha Glenelle White Nancy Ann Woodward John Louis York Sherry Sue Zwiebel 375 Special Awards The Marjorie Darelik Memorial Award, given annually to an outstanding independent woman student was shared this year by Cloteal Louise Davis and Marcella Mitchell. Cloteal, a senior fine arts major, was coordinator of Al- metris Co-op and a 1971 Orientation advisor. She was also a member of the student steering committee of the first annual Black Congress of Professional Educators, Project Info, the UT Symphony Orchestra, and the Blacks. A 1972 Bluebonnet Belle and Cactus Outstanding Stu- dent, Marcella was vice-president of Jester advisors and a member of Orange Jackets and Longhorn Singers. Mar- cella, a junior fine arts major, was an Orientation advisor, secretary of the Texas Union Program Council and Execu- tive Council and a member of Texas Today and Tomorrow. The Arno Nowotny Award, sponsored each year by the Texas Cowboys in honor of Dean Arno Nowotny, was awarded to Thomas Charles Turner for having shown unself- ish service and devotion to the University. The award rec- ognizes an outstanding student who exemplifies the qualities of fairness, honesty, and integrity to the University. A member of Friars, Tejas Club, and the Union Ideas and Is- sues Committee, Tom was president of lota Tau Kappa, Italian honorary, and a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Beta Kappa honoraries. Tom also was a four-year letterman in swimming, member of the T Association, and a 1972 Cactus Goodfellow. 376 Each year the Inter-Cooperative Council recognizes two students for outstanding qualities of scholarship, co- operative leadership, and campus orientation. The Out- standing Co-op Woman was Hilarie Jean Nolet, a senior government major. Hilarie has been active in the ICC, serving as chairman of the social committee and dele- gate to conferences in Canada and Washington, D. C. Hilarie was also director of Holloway House co-op. St, CM, ; - dit- ei- Steven William Strange, a junior in the College of So- cial and Behavioral Sciences, was this year ' s Outstanding Co-op Man. A Moody Foundation scholar and Freshman Encounter advisor, Steve was treasurer and vice-presi- dent of the Inter-Cooperative Council and delegate to several conferences. This year, Steve was also the vice- president of the Cheque Film Society. A native of Saudi Arabia, Ibrahim Abbas Natto was the recipient of the 1972 Spook Outstanding International Stu- dent Award. Ibrahim, a doctoral student in the field of edu- cation administration, has been active in the Organization of Arab Students, having served as president, vice-presi- dent, secretary, and sports chairman. He has also partici- pated in the Union sponsored Model U.N., Model Security Council, and Model U.S. Senate, and was a member of the International Club and Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, and Phi Delta Kappa honorary societies. A senior Humanities major with a 3.9 grade point aver- age, Julia Jean Newsom received this year ' s Silver Spur Award. The award is given annually to an outstanding woman student. Selection is based on scholarship, service, and campus activities. A 1971 Bluebonnet Belle and 1972 Outstanding Student and Ten Most Beautiful, Julie was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Kappa Phi. Julie has been active in Or- ange Jackets and Mortar Board and has served as Cor- dettes rifle team sponsor, executive officer, and pledge trainer. As a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Julie served as rush chairman and president. Special Awards 377 Dads ' Association Outstanding Student Awards Four University seniors excelling in leadership, scholarship, and service were chosen as Outstand- ing Students by the Dads ' Association of the Ex- Students ' Association. The four were Nancy Carroll Lee, Nancy Deborah Strauss, Stephen L Van, and Paul Velez. Nancy Lee, a Phi Beta Kappa mathematics ma- jor, was a member of Orange Jackets and Mortar Board and served a term as president of Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman women ' s honorary society. She has been a Cactus Soodfellow and Outstand- ing Student, Bluebonnet Belle, and University Sweetheart finalist. Nancy also received the Marjo- rie Darelik Memorial Award in 1971. Nancy Strauss, an art history major with a 4.0 grade point average, was treasurer of Mortar Board, past president of Orange Jackets, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. A Cactus Goodfellow and Orientation Advisor, Nancy has been secre- tary of the Student Senate, and has served on the Campus Chest, Round-Up and Honors Day Committees. A Cactus Goodfellow and Outstanding Student, Steve Van has been president of the Texas Union, chairman of the Union Board of Directors, chair- man of Texas Today and Tomorrow, and Student Assemblyman. Steve, a mathematics and psychol- ogy major, was also a summer Orientation Advisor and a member of Friars. Paul Velez, a Vietnam veteran and government major, was president of the Mexican-American Youth Organization, editor of the MAYO newslet- ter, and a member of Friars. He was a Student As- semblyman and was in the House of Delegates. SEATED: Nancy Strauss. Nancy Lee. STANDING: Paul Velez, Ronald M. Brown, Stephen Van. 378 on IP ml i " " V uebonnet Belles Traditionally, selection as a Bluebonnet Belle is an honor bestowed on five girls possessing the qualities of poise, personality beauty and campus involvement. While a Belle is not necessarily an " Outstanding Student nor a ' Ten Most Beautiful, she possesses many qualities of both In 1972. as in the past, the five Bluebonnet Belles and seven finalists were chosen by a student-fac ulty committee, and the Cactus presented the twelve during Round-Up in the spring. Ma|onng in Public Relations. Pamela Diane Mayo served as vice president of Orange Jackets and activities chairman for Kappa Alpha Theta so rority. She was selected as a 1971 Cactus Goodfel low and has been an Orientation advisor for two years. Pam. a |unior from Ft. Walton Beach. Flo rida, was in Alpha Lambda Delta honorary frater nity and was a member of Cordettes. Pam Mayo Bluebonnet Belles and Finalists were presented by the Cactus during the 1972 Round Up Dance Marathon Serving as secretary of the Texas Union Execu- tive Council, Marcella Mitchell was selected as a Cactus Outstanding Student and received the 1972 Marjorie Darelik Memorial Award A |unior from Austin ma|onng in Music Education. Marcella has been a member of Longhorn Singers. Orange Jackets, and chairman of Texas Today and Tomor row. Marcella was also vice-president of the Jester Center Resident Assistants. Marcella Mitchell Bluebonnet Belles Sherrita Lee Sherrita Doris Lee was on the Union Executive Council, Cultural Entertainment Committee and Kinsolving House Council. Selected a Cactus Goodfellow, she was a member of the " Blacks ' and was active on the Afro American Cultural Commit tee. A junior government ma|or from Houston, Sherrita was in Southern Singers and served as So cial Chairman for Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Debbie Morris An active member of Orange Jackets, Cor dettes and Posse, Deborah Ruth Morris is a junior speech ma|or from Fort Worth. She served as an Orientation advisor and was a member of SCOOP (Student Committee on Orientation Procedures). She was also chosen a 1971 Cactus Goodfellow. A senior from Johnson City. Carol Elizabeth Winters majored in education of the deaf and was a member of Sigma Alpha Eta. speech honorary fraternity. She was treasurer of Spooks, served as liaison officer on the Panhellemc Council and rush captain for Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Carol Winters Finalists Bluebonnet Belle Bonnie Rudel Linda Simpson Shelia Little Dottle Coke Dtanne Veatch I Finalists Margaret Blair Cynthia Anne Berry Bryna Jane Bigby Marilyn Faye Birdsong Mary Elisabeth Blair Amy Joan Brown Virginia Beth Buchtler Janet Sue Bunderle Jana Audrey Estes Susan Nelson Goldsmith Aleta Goldstein Karen Kay Gordon Martha Ann Hill Marie Elizabeth Ibarra Cheryl Jo Jennings Debra Catherine Jones Karen Elizabeth Jones Randall Gwenyth Jones Therese Kreig Mary Ellen Marnell Lauria Gene Martin Carol Murph Pamela Ann Nutt Paige Pemberton Pamela Pitzer Cathy Ann Raffkind Deborah Ann Rail Judith Gail Roberts Jena Kay Soward Cynthia Ann Spilcer Catherine Louise Stratemeyer Susan J. Swenke Susan Terry Tudor Nancy Jo Wranitzky Mary Helen Yarbrough Semi-Finalists Cindy Brandimarte 0) The 29th annual Ten Most Beautiful selection, sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi, national profes- sional society for women in journalism, was con- ducted during the fall. Three rounds of judging were held during which 190 nominees were interviewed, and twenty-five fi- nalists selected on the basis of beauty and intelli- gence. Actor Ryan O ' Neal made the final selection of the 1972 Ten Most Beautiful from photographs. Approximately $950 in proceeds earned from entrance ' fees went toward the Theta Sigma Phi scholarship fund. J 384 - VARSITY SPORTS INTRAMURALS STEVE CHEWNING STEVE DIAL 385 A Good Year . . 386 Which Could Have Been Better Football in the Southwest Conference in 1971 finally developed into what some coaches had long been predicting and what some alumni had been remembering an " on any given Saturday " con- ference race. But a pair of unpredictable upsets did nothing more than produce the predicted champion and when the smoke cleared, Texas was in possession of an unprecedented fourth con- secutive conference championship and corresponding host ' s spot in the Cotton Bowl. Unfortunately for the Longhorns, Penn State took its Cotton Bowl berth a bit more seriously and when New Year ' s Day departed, Texas stood 8-3 and conspicuously embarrassed. As the season opened, the Longhorns were the odds-on choice for the conference championship, due to the presence of quarter- back Eddie Phillips, halfback Jim Bertelsen, a core of defensive vet- erans and several well-publicized newcomers. But inexperience abounded and Texas ' success was said to hinge on the avoidance of injuries and the development of the new talent. The injuries came, however, first in spurts, then in a great rush at mid-season, when Texas ' fortunes faltered. While Texas put back together the bits and pieces of its season, Arkansas took a mysterious tumble and at season ' s end served as bridesmaid to its 24 point victim. UCLA provided the season ' s first opposition and the Longhorns responded with a convincing victory. However, Phillips limped off the field after a fourth quarter touchdown and saw only sporadic duty the remainder of the season. Defensive end David Arledge, a two-year starter, ended his career with a knee injury. Diminutive quarterback Donnie Wiggington led Texas past Texas Tech and Oregon, but by the time the Steers faced Oklahoma, split end Jim Moore had been lost for the season. Halfback Don Burrisk exited via the injury route against OU and when Wigginton went down, a hobbled Phillips was unable to rally the Longhorns against the Sooner ' s Wishbone onslaught. With linebacker Stan Mauldin and tight end Rick Davis added to the injury list, Texas faced Arkansas in Little Rock in the worst phys- ical shape a Longhorn team had been in since 1966 . . . and the Razorbacks made up for four years of frustration. Midway through the season the Longhorns began to regroup. Those with nagging injuries played on and the newcomers began to fill the other gaps. Bertelsen ' s and fullback Bobby Callison ' s shoul- ders began to heal, as did Wigginton ' s ribs. Sophomore Lonnie Bennett and junior Dan Steakley filled in for Burrisk and Texas began recording rushing figures as of old with 442 against Rice, 306 against Baylor and when sophomore Dennis Ladd filled in for the reinjured Callison 369 against TCU. Sophomore Pat Kelly developed at split end and made clutch receptions when Wigginton was forced to the air against SMU. Burrisk ' s return against Texas A M helped blow the Aggies out of the game early. Defensively, tackles Greg Ploetz and Ray Dowdy labored despite knee injuries and linebacker Glen Gaspard maneuvered well on a bad ankle. A pair of sophomores, Malcolm Minnick and Jay Arnold after transfer Howard Shaw was injured brought a halt to the search for inspired defensive end play. Tommy Woodard, who ended up at strong linebacker after three position shifts, and soph- omore halfback Mike Rowan were stabilizing influences in the sea- son ' s second half. Texas launched upon a five-game winning streak which saw the Longhorns shut out two opponents and go without surrendering a touchdown during a I 3 quarter stretch. While Arkansas was tying Rice and losing to A M, Texas was beating the teams the Razorbacks couldn ' t and on Thanksgiving Day clinched the title that had seemed lost in mid-October. But with a chance to make the turn-around complete in the Cotton Bowl, Texas wasn ' t up to it. The game was even for a half but in the end it was Penn State which gave the stronger, more alert, more aggressive performance, leaving Texas partisans little to comfort them save Penn State coach Joe Paterno ' s magnanimity. Several individual Longhorns proved more fortunate. Offensive tackle Jerry Sisemore earned consensus Ail-American honors in his junior year. Bertelsen made one All American team and became a three-time AII-SWC selection. He finished his career as Texas ' number two all-time rusher, sandwiched between Chris Gilbert and Steve Worster, and the conference ' s third-ranking ball-carrier be- hind Gilbert and TCU ' s Jim Swink. Other consensus AII-SWC picks were offensive guard Don Crosslin, Dowdy and Ploetz, linebacker Randy Braband and defensive halfback Alan Lowry. Texas had two conference statistical leaders: Wigginton with 84 points on 14 touchdowns (a school record) and Dean Campbell with a 16.6 yard punt return average, ranking him fourth in the nation. 387 Openers Promised a Good Season ' Horn Don Burrisk made the first Texas touchdown of the season, in spite of a crushing tackle by UCLA ' s Rob Scribner. I . ABOVE: 1971 was a year of many Texas victories, but all too often it was also a year of pain. RIGHT: Concentration and awareness named the game for quarterback Donnie Wiggington, key man in the triple option. 388 r t j,_ Raider quarterback Joe Barnes and ' Horn defensive captain Tommy Woodard attempted to read each others ' minds. The Longhorn ground attack showed no signs ot slacking off from previous years ' performances as Texas rushed for 428 yards in the 28-10 opening game conquest of UCLA. With Phillips rushing for 142 yards and Bertelsen for 124, the Bruins relinquished an early lead before halftime and suc- cumbed to a pair of fourth quarter Longhorn TD s. Texas Tech was the first SWC opposition, bringing a stur- dy defense and sputtering offense to Austin. The Red Raid- ers fought the Longhorns to a scoreless standstill through the first quarter before a short punt set Texas up at the Tech 47. Wigginton engineered the touchdown in two plays, passing to Davis for 36 yards and keeping for the remaining I I and a 7-0 lead that stood until early in the third quarter. Greg Dahlberg covered a Tech fumble at the Raiders ' 8 yard line to set up a 6-yard Wigginton TD scamper. Pass interceptions by Minnick and Lowry set up a pair of fourth quarter touch- down drives of 16 yards, with Callison and Burrisk doing the scoring honors. Kicker Steve Valek ' s four-for-four day made the final score 28-0. The Oregon game was a contrast in offensive performance from the previous week, with Texas putting together three second-half drives to outlast the Ducks 35-7. Wigginton rushed for I 16 yards and Bertelsen for I 14 in the victory. Oklahoma used the searing speed of halfback Greg Pruitt and the deft ballhandling of quarterback Jack Mildren to storm to a 48-27 victory in the " Wishbone War. " The Long- continued OU Wishbone Stifled ' Horns An outplayed Longhorn defense struggled to contain powerful Jack Mildren. Tommy Woodard dropped Oregon Quarterback Harvey Winn tor six yards. horns were able to keep pace with the Sooners through the first quarter but saw a 14-14 deadlock dissolve into a 31-21 halfKme deficit. OU drove 96 yards in less than four minutes for the go-ahead score, then recovered a fumble and added another touchdown at the end of a 24-yard drive. After Texas added a TD in rebuttle, the Sooners tacked on a field goal just before intermission. The second half was all downhill for the Sooners after Mildren and Phillips exchanged the throttle on touchdown drives. Trailing 38-27, Texas began to turn the ball over at the most inopportune times, yielding a fumble and subsequent OU field goal, and an interception followed by a touchdown for the final margin. With Arkansas bumper stickers demanding " Revenge at the Rock, " the Razorbacks responded with that and then some on the passing of quarterback Joe Ferguson and the running of tailback Dickie Morton. Penalties, fumbles, injuries and a driving rain combined with a swarming Arkansas de- fense to hold Texas to its worst offensive output of the year. The Longhorns took an early lead on a Bertelsen TD following a 56-yard punt return by Campbell but two promising drives were short-circuited by penalties. Meanwhile, Ferguson was having a field day in the air and Morton was slashing away at the middle of the Texas defense as Arkansas built up a 21-7 halftime lead that bulged to 31-7 at game ' s end. continued RIGHT: After attempting all season to block field goals. Linebacker Glen Gaspard kicked one against TCU. 390 LEFT: Defensive back Alan Lowry returned his first interception of the year to the Texas Tech 16 yard line. BELOW: Don Burrisk cut down Steve Rennie before he could nail Donnie Wigginton. The Wishbone-T hinged on the offensive line ' s hard hitting. Texas faced the remaining half of the season crippled, de- moralized and just an " ordinary " football team according to Coach Darrell Royal. But Wigginton and Bertelsen began to set things right against Rice, rushing for 120 and 121 yards, respectively. Lowry ' s 52-yard interception return and touch- down added to the 39-10 score. Lowry duplicated the feat the following week and Texas needed every bit of it to defeat SMU 22-18. The junior half- back ' s heroics gave the Longhorns a short-lived 7-0 lead but Mustang quarterback Gary Hammond led a comeback that tied it. A safety and a pair of field goals left Texas looking up at a 15-7 deficit. Wigginton then drove his team 80 yards in eight plays with passes to Bertelsen, Campbell, Davis, then Kelly for a touchdown. Wigginton connected again with Davis for the two-point conversion that tied the score at the half. After SMU regained the lead on a f ield goal, Texas got yardage in big chunks, then small bites to take the upper hand. Late in the third quarter Bennett took a Wigginton pass for 22 yards, then a pitch for I I and Bertelsen followed with a 25-yard run to put Texas at the SMU 10. Three more running plays put the ball at the 2 and Callison squirmed over for the winning score. Baylor fell short in attempting an encore for its hard-nosed 1970 effort against Texas as the Longhorns disposed of the Bears before halftlme. Bertelsen got things started with a 31- yard touchdown run and Campbell ' s 57-yard punt return set up a Gaspard field goal. A rejuvenated Phillips provided an eight-yard TD burst for a 17-0 halftime lead. Bertelsen continued 392 Hog Revenge at the Rock Jay Arnold blocked Bill McClard ' s field goal attempt, preventing a three-point tally LEFT: Dean Campbell ran, faked, and leaped 56 yards to set up Texas ' only touch- down against Arkansas. ABOVE: Lots of rain and a slippery pigskin ... a Texas fumble and an angry Bill Wyman. 393 Aggies, Owls Put ' Horns in Cotton MHUMflHP Howard Shaw and Tommy Woodard put a quick stop to a plunge by SMU ' s Alvln Maxson. capped a 66-yard drive in the third quarter with a touchdown that made the final 24-0. The showdown of the Longhorn ' s " second season " came the following week when Texas played TCU in Austin for the conference lead. The Frogs finished strong after the tragic death of new coach Jim Pittman, but couldn ' t solve the di- lemma presented by a stout Texas defense. Ladd capped an 80-yard drive with a three-yard touchdown burst for a 7-0 Longhorn lead at halftime. With Ladd churning for 89 yards, TCU finally withered in the second half, yielding TD drives of 62 and 87 yards and Texas prevailed, 31-0. Texas traveled to Kyle Field to clinch the SWC champion- ship on Thanksgiving Day, no small feat since the Aggies had bounced Arkansas with a rugged performance. But the Long- horns caught their traditional rivals napping and held onto an early lead to win 34-14. The Cadets ' Hugh McElroy mishan- dled Lowry ' s punt midway through the first quarter, setting Texas up for a Bertelsen touchdown. Two Wigginton TD ' s fol- lowing punts and a Ladd touchdown following an intercep- tion by Lowry made the score 28-0 at the half. A second Lowry interception sent Texas on its way to a Bertelsen touch- down to close out the scoring for the Longhorns. continued ABOVE RIGHT: Determination, grinding moves, and an excellent sense of balance made Jim Bertelsen Texas ' second ground gainer of all time. RIGHT: Assistant Athletic Director and Head Fresh- man Football Coach Bill Ellington observed future Longhorns. 394 LEFT: When Jim Bertelsen couldn ' t power through SMU ' s defense, he flew over it. BELOW: All-American offensive tackle Jerry Sisemore bulldozed holes through defensive lines all season. 395 Cotton Bowl Loss Climaxed A Year of Hope, Letdown During all the pregame niceties prior to the Cotton Bowl, Royal and Paterno filled the air with platitudes, Royal saying that the Nittany Lions were physically the strongest team the Longhorns had faced while Paterno hoped aloud that his team could stay on the field with Texas. The 30-6 score proved, probably among other things, that Royal was the better prophet. The two teams sparred in the middle of the field throughout the first half, with Texas holding a 6-3 edge at halftime. But Penn State took advantage of Texas fumbles and defensive lapses and overwhelmed the Longhorns in the second half. With All-American, Lydell Mitchell hammering for 146 yards and quarterback John Hufnagel passing for 137, the Lions struck a decisive blow for Eastern football. Meanwhile, Penn State ' s proud defense left the Texas ground game in a shambles and the Longhorns ' 1971 record against good opposition 0-3. ABOVE: Penn State ' s Charlie Zapiec beat Jim Bertelsen to one of Texas ' five fumbles. RIGHT: Steve Valek ' s two field goals saved Texas from a Cotton Bowl shutout. 396 On a rainy day in Arkansas 397 Teamwork, coordination, and timing were the keys to Texas ' late-season surge. Larry Robinson leaned heavily on a television announcer, grinned and said, " Everybody knows Texas for football; we want people to know us for basketball too. " Robinson, play- ing on a broken foot, had just helped the 1972 Longhorns into the NCAA regional play-offs for the first time since 1963, signaling Texas ' return to basketball prominence in the Southwest Conference. Finishing at 19-9 against collegiate opposition, the Steers tied SMU for the conference title, beat the Mustangs in a play-off and finished a string of six straight victories with a stunning upset of the University of Houston in sub-regional competition. The miracle story ended, however, with losses to Kansas State and the University of Southwestern Louisi- ana in the Midwestern regional play-offs. continued ., Forward Eric Groscurth strained to control o jump ball against SMU. 398 Roundballers Shared SWC Title Head Basketball Coach Leon Black discussed strategy with play-maker Harry Larrabee during a crucial late season game. 399 Mid-Season Slump Failed to Stop ' Horns An improved ' Horn defense met TCU ' s challenge for the championship. ABOVE: Coach Leon Black and members of the Longhorn squad met with the basketball boosters club at a pre-season dinner. RIGHT: John Mark Wilson was not intimidated by the Aggie defense. 400 rns The shrill sound of a whistle was a familiar sound in Gregory Gym. The season opened with Texas rated among the favorites for the SWC crown, returning all but one starter and add- ing to the squad Robinson the highest-scoring freshman ever at the school and a pair of highly-regarded red- shirts, John Mark Wilson and Eric Groscurth. Included among the returnees were guards Jimmy Blacklock and Scooter Lenox Texas ' No. I and 2 scorers in 1971 SWC play and big men Lynn Howden and B. G. Brosterhous. Starting well, the Longhorns put together its best non- conference record ever. Early in SWC play, Texas blew past Rice, then edged Baylor on a last second shot by Rob- inson. Texas Tech put a damper on things in Austin and the Longhorns followed a victory over Arkansas with consecu- tive road losses to SMU and TCU. continued After breaking past the Baylor defense, Scooter Lennox scored on a lay-up. 401 1 H kK f f Frank Medina accompanied the basketball team to all games. After a Tech freethrow, ' Horns and Red Raiders awaited a possible Texas began a " second season " in Austin against A M, as Howden ' s rebounding helped the Steers to a first half lead that was to dissolve quickly after intermission. Harry Larra- bee then came off the bench to settle the offense and Wil- son hit six straight field goal attempts as Texas pulled away to one of the season ' s pivotal victories. Howden continued his off-the-bench heroics against Rice, sparking the Texas victory with 19 points and 10 rebounds, then helped the ' Horns past Baylor with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Tech put a temporary lid on the Longhorn resur- gence, but Texas was not to lose again to a conference foe continued rebound.! 402 Larry Robinson and Scooter Lenox attempted to force a Rtce turnover. ' Horns Advanced to NCAA Regionals Arkansas fell in overtime, then Robinson poured in 37 points to dump SMU and Larrabee helped the Steers past A M with 18 points. Robinson ' s 26 points and 15 rebounds led Texas past TCU in a Saturday afternoon showdown, set- ting up the play-off with SMU. With Robinson and Howden hobbled late in the game, Texas had to hold on in overtime to eliminate the Mustangs. Robinson, despite injuring his foot, poured in 30 points and pulled down 12 rebounds. The Longhorns came up with a super effort against Hous- ton, with the crippled Robinson just named Player of the Year in the SWC scoring 23 points and grabbing 14 rebounds, Brosterhous scoring 13 and collecting 12 re- bounds and Groscurth subbing for Howden to the tune of 10 points and II rebounds. Lenox contributed 16 points and Larrabee added 18 in Coach Leon Black ' s " most satis- fying victory. " Facing Kansas State again, this time in the regional play- offs, Texas rode Robinson ' s 22 points to a slim lead late in the game, but bowed to the Wildcat ' s strength. In the con- solation game, Texas went to a three-guard offense with Robinson and Howden unable to play and ended the season with a loss to the University of Southwestern Louisiana. ABOVE: Scooter Lenox dribbled around a screen set up by Larry Robinson against Texas A M. LEFT: John Wilson and Larry Robinson run through a drill during a daily practice session. 403 UT Season Hinted at Track Dynasty Texas returned to the track and field throne room in 1972 after a two-year absence, rolling up one of the widest mar- gins of victory in Southwest Conference history. In totalling 141 points in the conference meet, to 93 ' 2 for defending champion Rice, the ' Horns used superior depth to best the field. Texas won the pole vault, with Bill Smalley defeating Rice ' s Olympian Dave Roberts; the high jump, as William Oates qualified for the Olympics; the mile run with Ricky Yarbrough defending his title; and finished 1-2-3-6 in the high hurdles with Gordon Hodges leading the way. The ' Horns added another first place in the mile relay, when winner A M was disqualified. Texas won its opening meet, a triangular with Abilene Christian and TCU, with sophomore Jack Colovin setting a new school record in the two-mile run. Junior Ricky Yarbrough was named the outstanding ath- lete at the Southwest Recreational meet, winning both the mile and three-mile run and setting new meet records in each. Texas won the meet, placing in I 2 of the 16 events. After finishing second to Rice at the Border Olympics, the Longhorns won two four-way meets and a pair of trian- gulars, defeating Rice on two of the occasions. In the last, matching Texas against Texas A M and Rice, junior Wyatt Tompkins posted a new school record in the high jump. The Texas Relays were generally a dull affair, except for Swedish pole vaulter Kjell Isaksson ' s world record of 18-1, which he was to eclipse a week later in Los Angeles. Returning to triangular competition, Texas easily bested SMU and TCU as Bill Smalley set a school record in the pole vault. 404 Gordon Hodges ' first place in hurdles helped Texas win against A M and Rice. Vaulters stretched for extra inches and a winning tally. John Berry grimaced after winning the long jump. 405 Record Vault Highlighted Texas Relays Mil ' II II III! ABOVE: TCU, ACC, and Texas distance runners lunged into a grueling one mile race. RIGHT: Sweden ' s Kjell Isaksson electrified the crowds at the Texas Relays with a world record breaking I8 ' l " pole vault. 406 Eight-eighty yard relay runners exploded off the blocks in hopes of capturing the lead. Wyatt Thompkins set a school high jump record of 7 ' I " at a meet against Texas A M and Rice. Cleburne Price, Head Track Coach. 407 ' Horn Thinclads Second in SWC Texas ' Cross Country team won two meets during the sea- son, the opening contest at College Station and a six-way meet in Austin. The Longhorns, coached by Cleburne Price and Jack Daniels, also finished second in the NCAA district six meet in Houston. Paced by Ricky Yarbrough ' s th ird place finish, the team took runner-up honors at the Southwest Conference meet in Dallas. SMU, with all five runners finishing in the top ten, won its fourth consecutive championship. Yarbrough finished with a time of 19:01 , trailing Baylor ' s Pete Morales and Rice ' s Paul Geis in the four-mile race. For Texas, Tom Gardner finished tenth, Jack Colovin eleventh, Mike Moehle seventeenth, Bill Goldapp eighteenth, Bill Gamble twentieth, and Tinker Mur- ray twenty-seventh. Only the top five finishers on each team count toward the team total. The Longhorns, with 55 points, finished behind SMU, which totalled 30. Rice finished with 70 points, Baylor had 100, Arkansas I 13, and Texas Tech 148. Cleburne Price and Jack Daniels spent long hours working with the team. Texas placed second in the SWC meet through the leadership of Captain Ricky Yarborough. 408 Swimmers Finish Second Again In Conference Building toward a goal of national prominence, swimming coach Melvin R. Patterson ran his young squad through pos- sibly the toughest competition in Texas history this year. The Longhorns opened against the nation ' s No. 2 squad, the University of Southern California and continued against demoralizing opposition, facing midwestern power Kansas State, North Carolina State, Southeastern Conference king Tennessee and Michigan. After starting slowly in the Southwest Conference meet, Texas rallied to edge A M for a distant second place be- hind SMU. The Longhorns ' standout in the meet was fresh- man Robert Rachner, who won both the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke. In the NCAA meet, Felipe Munoz finished I Oth in the 200-yard breaststroke and Donnie Vick finished 12th in three-meter diving. Patterson, in his second season at Texas, considered the year one to build on, with a squad consisting of only five seniors, nine sophomores and juniors, and 16 freshmen. SOOIE. ' LEFT: Donnie Vick executed the pike position during one-meter diving competition with Michigan. ABOVE: Long hours of practice paid off for Dick Worrel when he won the free style competition with Arkansas. 409 Long-hit balls in Clark Field often changed ouffii Texas baseball coach Cliff Gustafson entered the 1972 season faced with rebuilding his outfield and entire pitching staff. Although he never quite completed either task, the Longhorns tied for their eighth consecutive Southwest Con- ference championship and earned a fifth straight trip to the NCAA playoffs. The Longhorn ledger was filled with peaks and valleys as Texas rocketed to a 17-1 nonconference record, then lost six SWC contests to finish the regular season at 37-7. Having lost all his 1971 pitching rotation, Gustafson had to depend heavily upon junior college transfer Ron Roz- novsky, freshman Jim McCutchin and senior first baseman John Langerhans. Roznovsky developed into the mainstay of the staff, compiling an 11-3 record. Martin Flores and soph- omore Bobby Cuellar formed the rest of the starting rota- tion but an arm injury kept Cuellar from being effective. McCutchin doubled as a starter and relief pitcher through- out the season and Langerhans came on in relief in key games late in the year when the Longhorns edged TCU for the league title. The outfield situation was settled late in the year when sophomore Ken Rape had to be shifted to shortstop follow- ing an injury to Amador Tijerina. Sophomore Tom Ball re- placed Rape in left field and catcher Bill Berryhill finally moved to right field to shore up the hitting. Terry Pyka started most of the year in centerfield. continued ilders into mountain climbers. 410 a drkeis. I Another game won, the starters watched the rest of the ' Horns Reached Semifinals In Collegiate World Series game. The place to be on a spring afternoon in Austin was at Clark Field enjoying one of the Longhorns ' home games. 411 Owls Dimmed Title Hopes Star slugger John Langerhans leaned into a strike. ' 1 - . 412 Coach Cliff Gustafson and catcher headed to mound. ABOVE: An easy double play was set up by short stop Ken Rape s throw from second. LEFT: Safe at second? The umpire didn ' t think so. Bobby Clark congratulated Ron Roznovsky after the Longhorn pitcher scored a Texas run. While Texas ' pitching was inconsistent, the Longhorns placed four batters among the top 10 in SWC play. Third baseman David Chalk batted .435, Berryhill hit .397 and led the league in RBI ' s with 24, second baseman Mike Markl hit .375 and Pyka hit .333. Ironically, it was the Longhorn pitching that propelled the team to one of its best starts ever with only a single loss to Oklahoma in the first 18 games. But both Cuellar and McCutchin developed arm trouble and Texas had to rely on strong hitting when the pitching inevitably got thin in series finales. In the SWC ' s three-game series format, Texas scored a total of 25 runs in series openers, 34 in the second games, and 55 in third games. Opening conference play against the previous year ' s nemesis, Baylor, the ' Horns got a strong mound perform- ance from Roznovsky, winning 4-1. Texas edged out the Bears 6-5 in the second contest, then shelled the Baptists on Saturday, 19-2. Texas had a winning streak stopped at 20 when Texas Tech earned a split of a Friday doubleheader. Roznovsky pitched the Steers to a 5-3 victory in the opener, but the Raiders scored a run in the ninth to win the second game 5- 4. With temperatures dipping to the low 40 ' s and winds gusting to 30 m.p.h. on Saturday, pitching went out the window as Texas outslugged its hosts 12-10. Hopes for a conference championship hit their low point for the season in Houston. With Rice scoring five unearned runs in the Friday doubleheader, Texas dropped from a tie for the league lead with 4-3 and 4-0 losses to the Owls. continued 413 ' Horns, Frogs Shared SWC Title The Houstonians added insult to injury with an 8-4 vic- tory in the finale. Trailing league-leading TCU by three games, the ' Horns exploded against SMU with 8-2, 10-0 and 15-3 victories. Meanwhile, the Horned Frogs were los- ing a pair of one-run games to Baylor, and Texas was mirac- ulously back in the race. In a head-to-head duel for the conference top spot, TCU took a two-game lead over the Steers as Frank Johnstone out-dueled Roznovsky 2-1. Texas rebounded to take the sec- ond game 8-5 and on Saturday McCutchin turned in six strong innings on the mound and Langerhans was brilliant in relief as TCU fell 5-1. With Texas needing to sweep Texas A M to earn a play- off berth, Roznovsky got his teammates off to a fast start with a two-hitter for a 4-2 opening victory. But the Aggies surged back in the second game, winning 7-6 as Texas had the tying run thrown out at the plate for the contest ' s last out. Langerhans ' relief pitching helped the ' Horns to a 10-6 victory to end conference play. TCU, which had its season finale with SMU postponed by rain, needed only to keep from losing to the Mustangs to win the SWC title outright. The Frogs outscored the Ponies 29-1 I in the series, but SMU tallied three of their runs in the bottom of the nine-inning opener to edge TCU 4-3 and hand Texas a playoff berth. ABOVE: After checking the runner leading off first base, sophomore Sam Nicholson began his pitch. RIGHT: Dr. Paul Trickett, team physician, ex amined Amador Tijerina ' s injured arm. 414 First baseman John Langerhans performed double duties as a relief pitcher. Although he tried, the Aggie runner just couldn ' t beat the throw. The Longhorns won their fourth District VI playoff title in five years by sweeping Trinity and defending champion, Pan American. Actually, the Steers recorded all three victo- ries on the same day, as the Trinity contest lasted past mid- night with Texas taking a doubleheader from Pan Am the following afternoon. The ' Horns took 14 innings to beat the Tigers in the opener, with Cuellar picking up the win in re- lief of Roznovsky, who struck out 17 batters in his 10 inning stint. Texas then avenged a double loss to the Broncos the previous year by handcuffing Pan Am 1-0 and 2-1. Gustaf- son used two pitchers who had had one starting assignment between them as Langerhans sealed the verdict with 10 strike outs following Zane Grubbs ' four-hit shutout. Three late inning surges highlighted Texas ' trip to the College World Series, but unfortunately, only one was ac- complished by the Longhorns, who left the tournament with a 2-2 record and among the top four teams in the nation. Connecticut finally broke open a pitchers ' duel in the tenth inning of the opener, defeating Roznovsky and Texas 3-0. The ' Horns used an incredible nine-run seventh inning to beat Mississippi 9-8, and Grubbs and Jimmy Brown shackled Oklahoma, 7-1, striking out 13 Sooners. But even- tual champion University of Southern California ended Texas ' championship hopes with a 4-3 tenth inning victory. 415 " Golfers Won Second Straight NCAA Title After a year ' s absence, Texas golfers re-entered SWC competition Texas returned to Southwest Conference gol f competi- tion in 1972 after a year ' s absence and proceeded to win every event in the league ' s new format. The Longhorns won the match play tournament held in the fall and captured the four-ball and two-ball titles. In the spring, Texas won the 54-hole medal tournament for the team championship as Ben Crenshaw won medalist honors. The Longhorns had possibly the best one-two punch in collegiate golf, with Crenshaw -- 1971 NCAA individual champion and Tom Kite. Through the SWC tournament, either Crenshaw or Kite won the individual championship in every event the Longhorns entered. As well as sweeping conference competition, Texas won team championships at the All-Dixie Intercollegiate, Trinity Intercollegiate, Border Olympics, Morris Williams Intercolle- giate, and Lakeway Intercollegiate. The Longhorns finished second at the Atascocita Intercollegiate and third at the Sooner Intercollegiate and All-America Intercollegiate. For the second consecutive year, the Longhorn Golf team was the NCAA tournament winner, with Kite and Crenshaw making history by sharing honors as NCAA indi- vidual champions. 416 II ft Backed to the baseline, John Nelson set for a backhand return. Netters Again Third in SWC The 1972 Longhorn tennis team compiled a 13-9 record against all opponents and finished third in the Southwest Conference with a 29-13 match record. After opening with a sixth place finish in the Corpus Christ! Tournament, Texas won dual meets with Central Texas College, Southwest Texas, Tulane, Southeast Oklahoma, St. Edwards and LSU. The Steers dropped meets with national powers Trinity and Arizona, as well as Pan American, the University of Corpus Christi, and the Univer- sity of Houston. Rice handed Texas a 6-1 setback in the opening meet of conference play and the Owls went on to edge SMU for the team title. The Longhorns blanked Baylor 7-0, then lost to SMU 4-3. Texas shut out Texas Tech 7-0, then edged Texas A M 4-3 before closing SWC play with a 7-0 victory over TCU. The Longhorns were upset in the conference singles and doubles championships as all their entries lost in the first two rounds of play. I; i " V 5fi I . f . t Avery Rush stretched to return a Tulane serve. 417 Varsity and Freshman Footbal Cn 1971 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Coach Glen Swenson, Coach Leon Manley, Coach Jim Helms, Coach Bill Ellington, Coach Willie Zapalac, Head Coach Darrell Royal, Coach Fred Alcers, Coach Mike Campbell, Coach David McWilliams, Coach R. M. Patterson. SECOND ROW: Dean Campbell, Greg Ploetz, David AHedge, Glenn Gaspard, Tommy Lee, Ray Dowdy, Malcolm Minnick, Jay Arnold, Alan Lowry, Mike Rowan, Tommy Woodard, Randy Braband, Mike Bayer, Stan Mauldin. THIRD ROW: Donnie Wigginton, Julius Whittier, Jeff Zapalac. Bobby Callison, Pat Kelly, Bill Wyman, Rick Davis, Don Burrisk, Don Crosslin. Jerry Sisemore, Travis Roach. Dennis Ladd, Eddie Phillips, Jim Bertelsen. FOURTH ROW: Gary Reissig, Bob Tresch, Dan Steakley, Greg Dahlberg, Rob Riviere, Tommy Landry, Robert Lenz, Ronnie Workman, Buddy Schu- chardt. Mike McCulloch, Bill Catlett. Dan Terwelp, Bobby Giles, Bill Walker. FIFTH ROW: Donnie Wood, Sam McBrierty, R. J. Childress. Keifer Marshall. Bill Harrington, Bill Rutherford, Stan Hicks, Lonnie Ben- nett, Gary Kipp, John Ulrich, Steve Newmon, Kevin Hutson, David Ballew. Bruce Cannon, Gary Yeoman. SIXTH ROW: Jim Moore, Jerrell Bolton. Lee Lyles, Steve Oxley, Bruce Gaw, Danny Baker, Dan Adams, Steve Valek. Steve Fleming. Louis Hart, Jimmy Dreyer, Steve Mohnke, Jim Morris, Hans Helland. Alan Moore, Rusty Campbell. SEVENTH ROW: Ronnie Tyler, Pat Hogan, Mike Cromeens, Jim Randall, Robert Guevara, Doug Geldert, Mark Halfmann, Jack Rushing, Rick Sheldon, Darrell Gray, Gary Frazier, Rene Amaya, Steve Cumley, Tommy Isbell. EIGHTH ROW: Manager Juan Conde, Manager David Fox, Manager David Anderson, Manager Bill Alli- son, Manager Bubba Simpson, Manager Barrett Gaus, Manager Duane Simmons, Manager Bobby Kay, Manager Woffie Denius, St udent Trainers Jim Johnson, Dan Wheat, Russell Goyne, Tim Kirschner, Assistant Trainer Mike Stephens, Trainer Frank Medina. 1971 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Trainer Jim John- son. Steve Burrisk, Mickey Macaluso. Joey Aboussie. Mike Shearburn, Mark Larson, Koy Featherston, Gary Stalcup, Terry Melancon, Adrian Ford, Fred Sarchet. Tommy Keel, Mike Presley, Kim Wade, Mike Dean, Billy Schott. Trainer James Roberts. SECOND ROW: Manager Larry Sedlacek, Man- ager James Erdelt, Jim Milliard. Fred Pointer. Mike Crowell, James Davis, Tighe Huber, Mike Hardage, John Ayers, Jim Fenner. Pat Padgett. Roose- velt Leaks, Lewis Brown, Billy Thomason. Wade Johnston, Steve Anderson, David Bartek, Manager Bucky Couch. THIRD ROW: Coach Glen Swenson, Mike Foster, Jim Schields. Wally Hill, David Krill. Hank Gottwald. Danny Bearden. Alex Allan, Fred Perry. David Mercado, Gary Smith. Larry Smith, David Swain, David Milam. Bruce Hebert. Bruce Mailey. Paul Walker. FOURTH ROW: Coach David Wheless. Coach Tom Campbell. Coach. David McWilliams, John Boecker, Ricky Thurman, Fred Currin, Doug Eng- lish, Sherman Lee, Coach Jim Helms, Head Coach Bill Ellington, Coach Jack Kiser, Coach Doug Kleider, Manager Mike Cooke. 418 Cross Country 1972 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: FRONT ROW: Hank F. Hoaldridge, Tinker Dan Murray, Thomas Raul Gardner. SEC- OND ROW: Randall A. Yarbrough, Richard A. Yarbrough, William R. Gamble. THIRD ROW: John D. Colovin, William A. Goldapp, Carl M. Moehle. TEXAS 44 31 44 12 44 CROSSCOUNTRY Season Records MEET VARSITY FOOTBALL Texas A M Oklahoma State TEXAS OPPONENT Arlington Invitational Waco 28 UCLA 10 28 Texas Tech Austin District 6 NCAA Austin SWC Champsionship 35 Oregon 7 27 Oklahoma 48 7 Arkansas 31 39 Rice 10 22 SMU 18 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 24 Baylor 31 TCU OPPONENT 34 Texas A M 14 Baylor 7 Rice 3 6 Penn State 30 SMU 13 TCU 2 Texas A M Oiy Coadi. LEFT VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: FRONT ROW: Che- ryl R. Goodman, Jose A. Pena, Robert H. Worsham, Sibyl A. Helmer. SECOND ROW: Wayne H. Massey, Charles B. Schwobel, Larry D. Kille. THIRD ROW: Deborah D. Goodman, Karla J. Kelson, Brenda A. Brown. ABOVE: FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: FRONT ROW: Scarlette L. Boykin, Daniel O. Chapman, Harold J. Gordon, Becky E. Mercer. SECOND ROW: Stephen B. Clark, Jeffrey W. Newman. THIRD ROW: Vicki R. Hughes, Sandra J. Hall. 419 TEXAS 78 85 90 60 86 81 65 86 78 67 87 77 68 I 17 80 75 80 83 90 76 92 93 80 72 91 85 55 70 TEXAS 4 3 8 8 2 7 13 I 10 2 7 7 9 7 7 5 BASKETBALL OPPONENT Mississippi 79 Alabama 83 Oklahoma City 83 Kansas State 87 Stetson 58 Centenary 77 UCLA 115 Arizona 69 Georgetown 70 Oklahoma State 61 Rice 63 Baylor 75 Texas Tech 79 Arkansas 93 SMU 85 TCU 88 Texas A M 71 Rice 67 Baylor 70 Texas Tech 8 1 Arkansas 86 SMU 81 Texas A M 73 TCU 65 SMU 89 Houston 74 Kansas State 66 SW Louisiana 100 BASEBALL OPPONENT Sam Houston 3 Sam Houston Sam Houston I Sam Houston I Texas Lutheran Texas Lutheran I Oklahoma 6 Oklahoma 5 Oklahoma I Oklahoma I St. Mary ' s St. Mary ' s 2 Houston 2 Houston Houston 2 Houston I Teams and Records Golf Track, Basketball, Baseball GOLF TEAM: FRONT ROW: Johnny L. Dill, Ben D. Crenshaw, Thomas O. Kite, George Hannon, Paul M. Darwin, David S. Narveson. SECOND ROW: Warren E. Chancellor, Michael D. Ball, 5 Texas Lutheran I 4 Texas Lutheran I 4 Baylor I 6 Baylor 5 19 Baylor 2 3 Minnesota 2 14 Minnesota 4 14 Minnesota 2 8 Minnesota 3 6 St. Mary ' s I I St. Mary ' s I 5 Texas Tech 3 4 Texas Tech 5 1 2 Texas Tech 10 3 Rice 4 Rice 4 4 Rice 8 8 SMU 2 II SMU 15 SMU 3 1 TCU 2 8 TCU 5 5 TCU I 4 Texas A M 2 6 Texas A M 7 10 Texas A M 6 Gary D. Kahn, Arlie L. Larson, John T. Saunders, Craig A. Campbell. THIRD ROW: Tony E. Pfaff, George G. Tucker, Joseph L. Anderson, Brent D. Buckman, David C. Price, Charles E. Munson. GOLF TEXAS MEET I Alldine I SWC Match Championship 1 Harvey Penick 2 Atascoita I Border Olympics 3 Sooner I Morris Williams I Lakeway I Trinity II 3 All-America I SWC Championship NCAA Championship TRACK TEXAS MEET Austin Fort Worth Border Olympics Waco Rice Abilene Austin Dallas 470 BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Bill H. Berryhill, Amador G. Tijerina, Gary Erskine, Charlie E. Crenshaw, Michael C. Markl, Terry J. Pyka, Robert E. Cuel- lar, Bobby E. Clark, Steve M. Clancy, Martin F. Flores. SECOND ROW: Ron- ald L. Roznovsky, Michael D. Anderson, Thomas H. Ball, Kenneth W. Rape, Dennis J. Worley, Doyle R. Moore, Thomas P. Cusick. William G. Duffey. Zane W. Grubbs, David L. Chalk, Christopher Kane, Jimmy R. Brown. THIRD ROW: Coach Cliff L. Gustafson, Mickey L. Beard, Stephen L. Mohnke. Dennis G. Magro. Samuel J. Nicholson, James D. Reeves, Pat W. Davis, Michael K. West, Gary S. Peterson, John D. Langerhans, Richard A. Wozniak, James L. McCutchin, Bill L. Bethea. TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Coach Cleburne Price, Glen A. Sefcik, Wil- liam R. Gamble, Patrick T. Tibbetts, Richard A. Yarbrough, Byrd Baggett, Carl R. Johnson, Alan G. Thomas, Gary A. Walton, Silverlo C. Bosch, Arthur L. Taylor, Jack Daniels. SECOND ROW: David D. Ray, Kirk A. Meyer, Gor- don A. Hodges, Glenn S. Goss, Craig A. Brooks, Robert B. Workman, Donald L. Ausmus, Tinker D. Murray, James D. Colley, Carl M. Moehle, Leonard C. Randolph. THIRD ROW: William M. Goldapp, Karl L. Meyer, Don A. Lee, James L. Thornhill, William M. Isenhower, Raymond J. Marek. George T. Ni- chol, Thomas H. Treaccor, Hank F. Hoaldridge, George R. McLeod. FOURTH ROW: Randall A. Yarbrough, Robert F. Primeaux, Michael A. Ryan, Edwin E. Wright, Bruce T. Ponder, Zbigniew Dolegiewicz, Randall L. Lightfoot, John W. Smalley, Michael E. Tibbetts, Michael A. Leifeste. FIFTH ROW: Larry G. Scrivner, John D. Colovin, Wyatt M. Tompkins, Frank C. Fleming, Wiltiam G. Oates, Donald P. Fogo, Greg L. Hackney, Jarnes L. Herndon, John L. Berry, James D. Roberts. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Eric W. Gros- curth, John M. Wilson. B. G. Brosterhouse, Larry Robinson, Lynn Howden, Jack A. Louis. SECOND ROW: Coach Bennie Lenox, Coach E. Dale Dotson, Harry A. Larrabee, Steven L. Slaton. Joe G. (Scooter) Lenox, Jerry M. Brooks. George B. Stacy, Jimmy W. Blacklock, Head Coach Leon Black, Trainer Richard L. Hodges. , I A.L 421 Tennis wimmingTeams Season Records SWIMMING TEXAS OPPONENT 26 use 87 46 Kansas 64 79 Rice 34 73 Houston 39 24 SMU 89 66 Arkansas 47 100 TCU 8 34 Arlington 79 78 Texas Tech 35 37 North Carolina State 76 36 Tennessee 71 76 Texas A M 37 46 Michigan 66 TENNIS TEXAS MEET 6 Corpus Christ! Tournament 1 Central Texas College 2 Pan American 2 UCC I Southwest Texas I Tulane I Southeast Oklahoma 1 St. Edwards 2 Trinity 2 Rice 2 Arizona I LSU 1 Baylor 2 SMU I Texas Tech I Texas A M I TCU Houston SWIMMING TEAM: FRONT ROW: Milam R. Pharo, Manager: David L. Youngblood, Donnie L. Vick, Wil- liam Holloway. Steven L. Miller, Manager. SECOND ROW: William P. Barnhill. David N. Willis. Edward H. Martin, Roland G. Roessner, Steve F. Wood. THIRD ROW: William H. Burns, Richard S. Ravel, Thomas C. Turner, Robert Rachner. FOURTH ROW: Jack Romine, Diving Coach; Felipe Munoz, Douglass E. Nibouar, William Y.Morris. William Reeves. FIFTH ROW: Pat Patterson, Head Coach: Robert H. Blod- gett. Robert O. Morgan, Tommy D. Elder, Ralph O. Yeager. SIXTH ROW: Richard D. Shanks, Stephen C. Beasley, John R. Worrel. Terry C. Strawn, Mike Sor- rells, Assistant Coach. TENNIS TEAM: James Avery Rush, Ronald Eric Tou- chon, John Wendell Nelson, Coach Wilmer Allison. Marc Francis Wiegand, James L. Bayless, Daniel Warren Nelson. 422 James Ernest Achilles Joseph L. Anderson David Eugene Arledge Jay Lock Arnold Byrd Baggett Jeffrey Roth Baker David Sherwin Ballew William Paul Barnhill Michael Bayer James Leavell Bayless Michael R. Beard Stephen Craig Beasley Lonnie Lashae Bennett John Labon Berry Bill Hall Berryhill James Allen Bertelsen Billy Dyer Black Jimmy Wayne Blacklock Frank A. Blankenbeckler Robert Harold Blodgett Jerrel Edwin Bolton Randall Jake Braband Samuel Bradley Leonard Leo Brooks George E. Brosterhous William Howard Burns Donald Wayne Burrisk Robert E. Callison Thomas Hearn Campbell William Dean Campbell William Mike Campbell Bruce White Cannon Joe Casey Cash David Lee Chalk [ David William Childress Roy James Childress James David Colley John Duffy Colovin James Dale Cooke Freddy Gardner Cooper Elmo James Cormier George Bascomb Cox Charles Travis Crawford Ben Daniel Crenshaw Charlie Edward Crenshaw Donald Wayne Crosslin James W. Crouch Gregory Wayne Dahlberg William Hayden Dale William Kistler Danvers Richard Carl Davis Michael Patrick Dean Johnny Lloyd Dill Ray Lynn Dowdy Wayne Noble Doyal William Dan Driscoll Michael Lee Dukes Steven Lynn Durapau Donald R. Ealey John Vincent Elick Gary Wayne Erskine James Patrick Feller Stephen Grady Fleming James Bruce Flodine Raymond Lee Fontenot William Raymond Gamble Robert Bryant Gardner Thomas Raul Gardner Robert Glen Gaspard William Allen Goldapp Richard A.J, Goodall Sanford Lee Gottesman Eric William Groscurth Robert J. Guevara James Calvin Gunn William Glenn Hall Jackson R. Hanks Warren Clark Hart Thomas Harold Harmon Scott Allen Henderson Stanley Deen Hicks Gordon A. Hodges William H. Holloway Burt Carlton Hooton Lynn Howden Michael Thomas Hutchings Sammy Oscar Hyde Michael Francis Janda Carl R. Johnson Sydney J. Keasler Patrick Michael Kelly Thomas Oliver Kite Dennis Glen Ladd Thomas Wayne Landry Richard Steven Langdon John David Langerhans Robert L. Layne Tommy Lynn Lee Joe Glynn Lenox Danny Kay Lester Terry M. Levine John Drew Ligon Jack Allan Louis Alan Dale Lowry William A. MacNaughton Dennis Gorge Magro James Atwood Mallard Michael Charles Markl John Logan Mastenbrook Thomas Eugene Matula Stanley Hall Mauldin Sam Edward McBrierty Stephen M. McFarland George C. Mclngvale Mack Hugh McKinny Emmett J. Miller Malcolm Robin Minnick James Ray Moore Robert Owen Morgan Billy Frank Morris John Davis Morton Bruce Edward Motley Frank John Mozola Terence John Mullin Felipe Munoz Tinker Dan Murray Kenneth Lee Nash Nolan Reeves Neathery Daniel Warren Nelson John Wendell Nelson Thomas Ross Neyland Douglass Edwin Nibouar William G. Gates Gordon Lee Ohlhausen Steven Craig Oxley Derrell Scott Palmer Kenneth Wayne Pape Kurt Melvin Papp Edward Dwayne Phillips Gregory P. Ploetz Robert R. Rachner James Louis Randall Leonard C. Randolph Richard Stern Ravel William Reeves David L. Richardson T Association The T Association is an organization for varsity lettermen and senior intercollegiate and intramural managers. Mem- bers earned their burnt orange T by playing a sport a spec- ified amount of time or by fulfilling specific requirements in their particular sport. T men, announced at the completion of each sport by the Athletic Council, were entitled to use Memorial Stadium ' s " T " Room and free football tickets. Travis Morgan Roach Mark Dennis Roberts Hewitt Paul Robichau Bruce Aubrey Robinson Craig S. Robinson Johnnie Fred Robinson Roland G. Roessner Charles Alex Rogers Walter Stephen Rothe William Michael Rowan James Avery Rush Jack Martin Rushing George W. Rutherford Michael Andrew Ryan Frank J. Salzhandler Geln Allen Sefcik Richard Daniel Shanks Howard Lee Shaw James Gerald Shoemaker Jerald Grant Sisemore James Lacey Smith Michael Allen Speer Charles Wayne Speyer Dan Stephen Steakley Randol Lane Stout W. Reese Strong Daniel Rome Terwelp Alan G. Thomas Patrick D. Thompson Michel Eden Tibbitts Amador G. Tijerina Wyatt Myron Tompkins William M. Tooke Ronald Eric Touchon Rick Hanson Troberman George G. Tucker Ronnie Paul Tyler Steven Joseph Valek Donnie Lynn Vick William Leonard Walker Richard Dennis Watt Larry Leon Webb Carl Stephen White Julius Edward Whittier Mark F.Wiegand Donald Glen Wigginton Tommy Dale Woodard John Richard Worrel Edwin Earle White William H. Wyman Randall Allen Yarbrough Richard Alvin Yarbrough Ralph Oscar Yeager Christopher Stephen Young Jeffrey Scott Zapalac Willie Frank Zapalac 423 UTSA Captured Three District Titles UTSA TENNIS TEAM: FRONT ROW: Nancy B. Macken, Nancy Lee Hollen. olyn Nichols, Pamela Sue Wiley, Sandra Jo Hilley, Mary Anne Ward, Barbara Paula Phillips. Janice Lenell Carter, Claire Bradshaw, Dale Melissa Balun, Syl- Behne, Lou Ann Lambert, Karon Lynn Schmokar. Helen Scott Govaars, Coach via C. Pennywell, Susan Shelby Torrance. SECOND ROW: Karla Houser, Car- Betty Hagerman. V i UTSA VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Peggy Kuntz, Jannie Kay Kirkham. Linda Ann Eaton. Sandra C. Svalberg. Karen Lucille Shean. Coach Jo Spearman. UTSA BADMINTON TEAM: Jo Lynn Naegeli, Candice Beth Cowden. Coach June Burke, Elizabeth Ann Hofer, Andrea Sale Murray UTSA BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Linda Diane Dvorak, Elizabeth Ka- ron Windham, Ann Herrington, Sharon L. Simkins, Frances M. Seidensticker. SECOND ROW: Donna Jeske, Sandra C. Svalberg, Rebecca Ann Bludau, Pa- tricia Sraef, Cheryl A. Bowman. 1 UTSA SWIMMING TEAM: FRONT ROW: Cynthia Evans. Maria Elaine Billmeier. SECOND ROW: Anne Louise Totzke. Sarah Katheryn Lott. Sheryl Smith, Julie Catherine Moore. Bonnie Loomis, Sally Ann Billmeier, Susan K. Marlise Levine. Ellen Ann Berntsen, Helen Frances Seidel. Nancy Adele Balser. 425 426 Clubs Featured Varied Sports University students participated in numerous fields of athletic competition in 1971-72 as part of the University of Texas Sports Association program. UTSA fielded women ' s teams in badminton, volleyball, swimming, and basketball. The badminton team competed in nine intercollegiate tournaments and took first and second place in their district singles competition. The team won first place in doubles and also took the consolation doubles title. Playing in seven tournaments, the UTSA volleyball team compiled a 22-7 record, winning the St. Mary ' s and San Marcos invitational tournaments. The team finished second in the TCIAW district tournament and fifth in the state tournament. The swimming team won dual meets with TCU and TWU and finished second to Texas Tech in a meet in Lubbock. After placing second in the state meet, the team sent Sally Billmeier, Cindy Evans, Helen Seidel, and Ann Totzke to na- tional competition. Compiling a 12-4 record, the basketball team won the consolation title at the Sam Houston Invitational, went un- defeated at Southwest Texas ' Presidential Tournament, and placed first in District IV competition at Trinity University. The team also participated in the Houston Invitational and State Tournament. Clubs and teams forming the University of Texas Sports Association for Men (UTSAM) competed against top state, national and international competition in 1972. Students took part in handball, soccer, bowling, gymnastics, volley- ball, fencing, judo, wrestling, and archery. The highlight of the season for the handball team was winning its tenth national championship in 12 years. Texas edged rival Lake Forrest College for the team title. The soccer team compiled a 1 4-1- 1 record, winning its league ' s championship for the fourth consecutive year. As well as competing against the top competition in the state, the team also defeated the University of Mexico at Tamau- lipas and Augustana College of South Dakota. The bowling team won the Texas Intercollegiate Bowling Conference Championship, finishing with a 38-22 record. Competing against many teams with scholarship athletes, the gymnastics team finished third in both the Texas Colle- giate Gymnastics championships and Southwest AAU com- petition. The fencing team competed in a novice tournament, a dual meet with Rice and hosted a state-wide meet and competition in the South Texas Division of the Amateur Fencers ' League of America. In its first year as a University club, the judo team com- peted in the South Texas AAU Tournament, Texas State Judo Championship, and the San Antonio YMCA open. The wrestling team had a dual meet record of 3-2, with individual records an impressive 34-18. t - , V RM . - - - r I UTSAM BOWLING TEAM: FRONT ROW: Coach Pat Hurley, John A. Schmidt, James L. Hubka, James A. Zasimowich, Jerry R. Sloss. ' V UTSAM HANDBALL TEAM: Coach Pete Tyson, Gene M. Craft. Joseph C. Hero, Jeffrey A. Barnes, Terry L. Hankins. UTSAM CRICKET TEAM: FRONT ROW: Pradip D. Morparia, Coach John E. Gilbert, Afzal M. Thawerbhoy, Sugan C. Bhatia. SECOND ROW: Oliver H. Wilson, Kirshan A. Mal ik, V. Krishnamoorthy, Bhopinder S. Dhall, Rajkmar Persavd. BELOW: UTSAM GYMNASTICS TEAM: FRONT ROW: William R. Koenig, Ed Norris, David W. Fonken. Steven L. Nelson, Daniel L. Katz, Kerry M. Duke, Larry Wilson. SEC- OND ROW: Patrick W. Daly, Paul G. Retter. William D. Crocker, Andrew H. Edburg. Gilbert R. Elsass. UTSAM SOCCER TEAM: FRONT ROW: Alkan Oral. Jose R. Torres, GHolam H. Pezeshki, Mohsen Ghadessey, Deniz Saral. Bill Gonzalez, Luis Ramos-Garcia. Manager Alexander T. O ' Brien. SECOND ROW: I Gentll Marin, Jon T. Robinson, Alfredo Valleio, Jose R. de Almeida, I Johnny J. Valle|o-e, Guillermo Alvarez-Calderon, Milton R. Coelho, Coach Edward A. Miller. THIRD ROW: Faculty Sponsor Robert P. Higley, Mark Frelich. Craig T. Litton. John H. McDowell, Jose Antonio Santos. Alfred H. Erler, Faculty Sponsor Norman M. Potter. NOT PIC- TURED: Oscar W. Garzon. George A. L. Might, Italo Casinelli. ABOVE: UTSAM JUDO TEAM: FRONT ROW: Stephen McAdam, Ed- ward J. Schmitt. Mark Miller. Fred Ferrarro. William Lamb, Robert L. Panzarella. SECOND ROW: Gordon E. Craig. Donald C. McCollum. John William Kepner. Horia Metiu. LEFT: UTSAM WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROW: Ralph K. DuBose, David G. Embrey. William H. Tanker. SECOND ROW: Thomas D. Liles, Gerard B. Menge. Walter M. Greer, Ira J. Hessel. THIRD ROW: William F. Monroe. Kent W. Allen. 427 Intramurals- Variety, Competition, Friendshi Men ' s Intramurals Champions INTRAMURAL COUNCIL SENIOR MANAGERS Nolan R. Leathery James H. Leigh Terry M. LeVine Jackson R. Hanks BASKETBALL CLASS A ACACIA Ralph G. Cotton Harry L. Craig Joe S. Johnston Cliff L. Kavanaugh Stephen T. Krier Terry M. Newman CLASS B DELTA TAU DELTA James M. Alsup Jefferson G. Deweese Michael T. Hatch Stacy G. Hunt Robert L. Riviere Albert M. Tomforde BOWLING CLASS A DELTA UPSILON James H. Elder Mark H. Fetzer Harold E. Jones Leland W. Waters CLASS B BEOSNOOTS Max P. Ladin Jerry R. Sloss Steve J. Villasenor William M. Wagner FREE THROW John P. Moore, Turkeys GOLF DOUBLES SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Bruce A. Robinson Carl E. Edwards GOLF SINGLES B. James Salmon HANDBALL DOUBLES CLASS A ALPHA EPSILON PI Jeffrey A. Barnes Joel G. Galpern CLASS B SNAKES Anthony T.Baldi Ernesto A. Villalobo HANDBALL SINGLES CLASS A ALPHA EPSILON PI Joel G. Galpern CLASS B DELTA TAU DELTA Robert J. Nokes NAVY ROTC John C. Tittle W. Davis Barren RIFLE C. Pat Reynolds SOFTBALL CLASS A TAU DELTA PHI Jay Davis Mark Davis Jack Freed Jay Gerstenhaber Stuart Goldberg Henry Hockman Irvin Johnson Irwin Kaufman Gordon Rubenett Larry R. Samuels Mark B. Schnitzer David Solomon Sam L. Stolbun CLASS B ACACIA Stuart M. Bradford Donald R.Cockerham Rene A. Garza James K. Holtzman J. Kelly Howard John T. Hurst R. Richard Roberts James R. Shelton Stephen G. Lappin Thomas L. Shelton SWIMMING BUSHMASTERS David A. Alexander Donald G. Beck Terence M. Doyle Craig N. Farmer TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES CHINESE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Kenneth Sek-Yu Chan Chi Chuen Chow TABLE TENNIS SINGLES H. M. Kwok, Chinese Student Association TENNIS DOUBLES CLASS A - DELTA TAU DELTA Robert C- Bledsoe Michael T. Hatch CLASS B RECRUITS Daniel B. Hagan Edward E. Haverlah TENNIS SINGLES CLASS A DELTA UPSILON John Patrick Ivy CLASS B LCM Thomas Robert Garner TOUCH FOOTBALL CLASS A STARS Byrd Baggett Michael E. Bennett Michael C. Briggs Derrill L. Lewis Terrance J. Mullm T. C. Selman CLASS B NAVY Gilbert W. Bailey Ronald D. Crawford Louis A. Hoffman Joseph C. Koen John F. Schleicher Donald P. Fogo Gary C. Milligan Steven R. Seger Harry D. Spain Kenneth P. Canell Donald D. Harvey Mark R. Koch Patrick W. O ' Keefe Robert K. Tucker TRACK LORTS G. Lukas Ashley Kenneth G. Raggio David W. Kusin Adrian Young VOLLEYBALL CLASS A ACACIA Ralph G. Cotton Harry L. Craig Cliff L. Kavanaugh Roy R. Roberts James R. Shelton Thomas L. Shelton CLASS B ACACIA Stuart M. Bradford Gary H. Close David G. Dunlap J. Kelley Howard Lewis T. Leclair Gary W. Floyd Stephen G. Lappin Stewart C. Robinson WATER BASKETBALL DELTA TAU DELTA Val A. Aldred D. Matthew Balch Thomas J. Heubner Thomas C. McNutt Kurt M. Papp Craig R. Arledge Cleveland G. Clinton Richard E. Jung William M. Oswalt WRESTLING 130 LB. CLASS Manuel J. Barrera 137 LB. CLASS William Howard Tanker, Jester Annex 147 LB. CLASS Richard L. Plautz. NESEP 157 LB. CLASS Terry L. Hankins 167 LB. CLASS Donald J. Ortloff 177 LB. CLASS Ira J. Hessell 191 LB. CLASS Jeff C. South, Simkins Hall UNLIMITED CLASS Scott T. Morgan. Lambda Chi Alpha OPEN TOURNAMENT BADMINTON Derek Guna-Tilaka, Unattached 430 FENCING James C. Smith, Independent FREE THROW SIGMA ALPHA MU Sylvan B. Florsheim Kenneth E. Goldberg Howard S. Katz Michael D. Krauss Jerry L. Nagids SOCCER IRAN Houshang Masudi Mohammad R. Eslamloo Mohammad K. Shirazi Saeed Zabihi Mohsen Ghadessy Esfandiar Sahebjamil Nassrollah Farzinpour K. Khodayar Mostafavi Shahroekh R. Moniri SQUASH Robert G. Richardson, Unattached Women ' s Intramurals Champions GROUP POINT WINNER KINSOLVING SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD . . .DELTA GAMMA BEST MANAGER AWARD ALPHA PHI ARCHERY Margaret A. Humphrey, SRD BADMINTON DOUBLES ALPHA PHI Susan S. Torrance Loretta J. Standard BADMINTON SINGLES Susan S. Torrance, Alpha Phi BASKETBALL ORANGE BRACKET SRD Mary E. Bateman Rebecca L. Beard Melany Body Patricia J. Graef Cynthia L. Irwin Joy D. Rasberry Sharon L. Simkins Virginia S. Smith Marilyn J. Volpe Carol L. Walters Dixie A. Woodard WHITE BRACKET ROOKIES Linda K. Bohnenblust Louise D. DeLoache Charlotte A. Harris Mary M. Layden Adrienne Lyons Joyce L. Meyer Sarah J. Ray Patricia G. McLean Suzanne M. O ' Malley Sally D. Sheets BILLIARDS Mary Mehos June Moody Diane B. Nelson Susan Senter Carol Smith Melissa T. Watson Kathryn L. Merritt Lucy L. Neblett Pamela L. Poole Ann Simmons Stancy Stribling Jill Zapalac SWIMMING Patricia L. Dubel, Independent BOWLING KINSOLVING " A " Cheryl A. Bowman Margaret L. Haardt Karen M. Immel Linda K. Lake Cheryl A. Reed Cynthia A. South Rebecca S. Trusty Patricia Williams JESTER CIRCLES Barbara F. Burnett Nina A. Johnson Marilyn A. Marter Deborah K. McCall Anne L.Totzke TABLE JESTER CIRCLES Yvette D. Everett Carolyn A. Mannas Marilyn M. Mathe Cheryl R. Meyerson TENNIS DOUBLES FENCING BEGINNER JESTER CIRCLES Deborrah A. Markette INTERMEDIATE SRD Olinda E. Sawyer Rebecca A. Bludau Yolanda M. Gonzaba TABLE TENNIS SINGLES Yolanda M. Gonzaba, Jester Circles TENNIS DOUBLES ALPHA PHI FLAG FOOTBALL Barbara Bohne LouAnne Lambert ORANGE BRACKET DG ' S TENNIS SINGLES Natalie S. Arvin Donna G. Burkholder Frances K. Drury Carol J. Forehand PI BETA PHI Karen A. Harbison Pat N. Howard Doris L. Guess Christy Guess Kay E. King Margaret A. Mueller Cynthia A. Roeder Barbara E. Rosenberg VOLLEYBALL Carol E. Ruddy Elaine E. Shalek Karen L. Shean Sharon Wearckle ORANGE BRACKET KINSOLVING " A " Mary S. Windham Lexine T. Bohls Cheryl A. Bowman Jeanne D. Chatham Theresa Delgrade GOLF Jan D. Draper Jennifer Fleming Jennifer Forth Catherine R. Harwell Linda A. Schraub, Alpha Phi Linda Little Linda E. Marek Judith A. Mataya Linda A. Pierson SOFTBALL Cheryl A. Reed Sunya L. Savage Joan M. Shepherd Sherrye K. Smith ORANGE BRACKET KINSOLVING " O " Marie C. Stroud Joan E. Sula Margaret L. Haardt Catherine R. Harwell Cynthia Taylor Kathy A. Vincent Margaret E. Hastings Elizabeth A. Hofer Barbara K. Housley Cheryl Kalbow WHITE BRACKET DELTA GAMMA Joy M. Knaak Linda Little Carolyn Nichols Elizabeth J. Nichols Vickie Appleman Jan Beken Debra A. McDonald Gwendolyn Phillips Josi Calbaniss Ruth M. Fly Sunya L. Savage Carol Smith Jan Forteru Cynthia R. Gilchrist Martha Terri Rebecca S. Trusty Jan Hunter Lauri C. Kelly WHITE BRACKET DELTA DELTA DELTA Kristine A. Anderson Sandara L. Anthony Sally Boss Constance Caravegeli Candice B. Cowden Ellen E. Giles Gene A. Herrin Deborah L. Landis Melinda S. McGregor Jane t M. Onion Susie E. Stover Marie Timberlake Kim W. Watlcins Cathy D. Whitmire Suzanne McKee Cynthia L. Robertson Mary K. Terry Jeanne L. Tomson Vicki L Watson Claudia A. Wilson 431 ndependent Clubs Reflected Diverse Interests The University ' s athletic program was big and diversified, with a sport for almost everyone. For the students whose favorite sports were not included in the varsity or intramu- ral programs, there were the independent clubs. These clubs, which received no University support, were not under University sponsorship and offered almost everything from rugby to bridge. 1 DMINISTRATION SHELDON LIPPMAN 433 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AUSTIN, TEXAS 78712 Dear Fellow Students, This is my freshman year at The University so it seems hardly proper for me to say very much -- certainly, I haven ' t been around long enough to really understand what is going on. Perhaps that ' s just as well! For me, this has been an exciting learning experience. I ' ve met a completely new set of people, run into a whole new group of problems, and have had to burn the midnight oil to keep passing grades in a lot of required subjects that I wish I didn ' t have to take. None the less, I wouldn ' t have missed the experience for anything. There is something exciting in the air on a major university campus like Austin. I like the questioning of the status quo, the idealism of the students, and the arguments that are more apt to be on an intellectual plane than on an invective basis. I don ' t think we want a quiet campus, only a rational one. This I see at U.T. Austin. I hope it stays that way. I also hope that you are enjoying your years at college as much as I am. Sincerely yours, W4.S - ' m Stephen H . Spurr President Freshman President Stephen H. Spurr University Administration The University vice-president, a newly created of- fice, has direct responsibility for a number of offices in the academic services area including registra- tion and admissions, measurement and evaluation, institutional studies, and the International Center. Lorene Lane Rogers, associate dean of graduate schools at UT since 1964, fills this position. Mrs. Rogers works with President Stephen H. Spurr and other executive officers Ronald M. Brown, vice-president for student affairs; James H. Colvin, vice-president for business affairs; Peter T. Flawn, vice-president for academic affairs; and Stanley R. Ross, provost for Arts and Sciences in co-ordinating long term academic planning and in dealing with faculty problems. As chairman of the University Committee on Status of Women, Mrs. Rogers studies women ' s status with respect to students, faculty, and staff; and factors which may tend to keep women from reaching their potential in higher education. On the UT staff since 1949, Lorene Rogers has been a lecturer in chemistry, a research scientist in the Biochemical Institute, and professor of home ec- onomics and education. Sins.. Lorene L. Rogers, Vice-President Stanley R. Ross, Provost, Arts and Sciences James H. Colvin Vice-President for Business Affairs ABOVE: Ronald M. Brown, Vice-President for Student Affairs. RIGHT: Peter T. Flawn, Vice- President for Academic Affairs. I bi u 436 an Edward L Carpenter, Director of Student Financial Aids Felton L. Aime, Manager of Stenographic Bureau. H. Paul Kelley, Director, Measurement and Evaluation Center Ira Iscoe, Director, Counseling and Psychological Services W. Byron Shipp. Registrar and Director of Admissions LEFT: Paul C. Trickett, Director of Student Health Cen- ter. ABOVE: W. Firman Haynie, Director of Housing and Food Service. University Administration hn n fc Jens M. Jacobsen, Executive Director. Office of Sponsored Projects C. Fred Folmer, University Librarian Bobby G. Cook. Business Manager T. A. Crosson, Purchasing Agent Jack Steele, Director, Texas Union RIGHT: Robert E. Simpson, Direc- tor, Data Processing Division. FAR RIGHT: William Wilcox, Director. Physical Plant. William W. Newcomb, Director, Texas Memorial Museum Donald R. Cannon, Chief, University Police Department Frank H. Wardlaw, Director, University Press Joe W. Neal, Director, International Office Joseph H. Culver, Director. University Personnel Office James C. Werchan, Director, Accounting Office 439 Office of the Dean of Students Almost any student concern can receive attention from the Dean of Students or his staff. Branches of the Office of the Dean of Students serve students in different areas at the University. In the office of Discipline and Student Records, students with discipline problems have an opportuni- ty to talk them over with the Dean of Students, and in some cases, agree on a penalty. The Orientation Office coordinates the summer orientation program for entering freshmen, selects and trains advisors for the program, and seeks infor- mation from transfer and minority group students on the kinds of programs they need in orientation. In addition to the summer program, the Orienta- tion Office coordinates high school visits and a high school counselors ' workshop. Another office, Special Programs, works with vari- ous service groups to more effectively coordinate community endeavors. Other branch offices include Housing, Student Activities, Ethnic Affairs, Continuing Education of Women and Men, General Information Referral Service, and Intramural Sports for Men and Women. Edwin B. Price, Assistant Dean of Students P 1 James P. Duncan. Dean of Students Margaret Berry, Associate Dean of Students 440 Student Development Specialists: FRONT ROW: Gail J. McDonald, Dorothy W. Dean, Frances A. Plotslcy, Almetris Duren. BACK ROW: Ruth Smith, Richard A. Nicholas, Trudie Preciphs, Elizabeth Welborn. Lawrence T. Franks. Associate Dean of Students li Margaret Barr, Assistant Dean of Students Continuing Education of Women and Men: LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy K. Carter, Frances A. Plotsky, Alice E. Whatley. 441 Ex-Students ' Association Jack Magulre, executive director of the Ex-Stu- dents ' Association is trying to change the associa- tion ' s program toward young alums. Figures show that more than one-third of the University alumni have graduated since I960. Through Texas Ex Clubs, alumni match " dollars with scholars. " The Alumni Scholarship Program en- ables local clubs to award scholarships to deserving young people selected from their own community. Banquets and receptions are held by the associa- tion in honor of their new officers, University ath- letes, the Universities ' international students, distin- guished alums and 50-year graduates. Jack Russell Maguire, Executive Director 1- FIRST ROW: Ann S. Madison, Gilbert Guerrero, Pat Maguire. SECOND ROW: Margaret Krejci, Kathleen E. Rumph, Margaret M. Myers, Karen S. Welder. Carroll A. Patton, Charles R. Walden, Roy Vaughan. THIRD ROW: Merdy E. Cherry, Susan Kessler, Loraine M. Jackson, Becky Cash, Charlotte A. Erxleben. FOURTH ROW: Duchess Handley, Susie V. Camp, Joe Bernal, Mary Anne Bastean, Nancy Robuck, Phil Cornejo, Dianne Loehr. 442 Division of Extension The Division of Extension covers the high school Interscholastic League activities, correspondence courses, extension or night courses and various work- shops, institutes, conferences and seminars held during the period. Since October, 1970, the Joe C. Thompson Con- ference Center has been in operation under the di- rection of William E. Barron, Dean of DOE. It is ex- pected that the number of participants in continuing education programs at the center, more than 31,000 during the first 10 months of operation, will double this year. William E. Barron Dean , KDIO 0 1 Balcones Research With the development of the Balcones Research Center ' s facilities, it has been possible to provide laboratory areas for new programs or over-crowded programs at the University. Located eight miles northwest of the main campus on three separate tracts of land, the Balcones laboratories do research in fields including aero- space, atmospheric science, economic geology, water resources, civil engineering structures, phar- macology, drug-plastic and toxicology, electrical en- gineering, environmental health, explosive shock, hy- draulics, nuclear physics, physical anthropology, plant ecology, radio astronomy, and archaeology. A satellite tracking radar antenna was used in the electrical engineer- ing research laboratory at Balcones. 443 College of Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences distributes paper work among the three colleges and one divi- sion Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences, and General and Comparative Studies serving the needs of 27 departments, al- most 1,000 faculty members and 15,000 students. The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest col- lege at the University. For the first time there is now an academic admin- istrator who has direct responsibility for inter-disci- plinary and special programs. James R. Roach filled the position in addition to serving as dean of Gener- al and Comparative Studies. Departments in the College of Humanities include classics, English, philosophy, Germanic and Slavic languages, French, Italian, Oriental, African, Span- ish, and Portuguese languages and literature. Anthropology, economics, geography, govern- ment, history, linguistics, psychology, and sociology are in the College of Behavioral Sciences. The College of Natural Sciences has I I depart- ments: Astronomy, Biological Sciences (including biology, botany, microbiology, and zoology), chem- istry, computer sciences, geological sciences, home economics, mathematics, natural science, physical instruction, physical science, and physics. Still expanding, the Division of General and Com- parative Studies have approximately 2 1 programs. Included among these are archaeology, area studies, comparative studies, comparative literature, Plan II, and social welfare studies. James W. McKie, Dean Social and Behavioral Sciences Stanley N. Werbow, Dean Humanities :es i studies. )ean lilies Samuel P. Ellison, Dean James R. Roach Natural Sciences General and Comparative Studies 445 School of Architecture " Environment " was the School of Architecture ' s key word last fall. The school ' s enrollment of 590 stu- dents showed an increase of 12 percent, and three new courses and a combination public lecture-semi- nar program involving man and his environment were added. Cybertecture was a new theory that corre- sponded to the school ' s environment conception. Cybertecture merges cybernetics with architecture to create environments living buildings which respond to the humans that inhabit them. Research on Cybertecture is concentrated in two areas: the development of a computer-directed ma- chine to build structures and a primitive responsive environment. Architecture students beautified the shores of San Marcos River as a project. Their plans included conservation of open space and preservation of nat- ural resources and the river ' s unique assets. Alan Y. Taniguchi Dean 446 George Kozmetsky Dean Since 1916, when the Bachelor of Business Admin- istration degree was authorized by the Board of Re- gents, the College of Business Administration has continued to grow, emphasizing the theoretical, ana- lytical, and practical aspects of business. Headed by Dean Seorge Kozmetsky, the college has attempted to meet the challenges of stiff job competition in the past few years with changes geared toward the quality, not quantity demands of business. Last August, Robert C. Eickhoff became the new director of the Placement Office of the College of Business Administration. The placement office schedules interviews between companies and stu- dents in the College of Business Administration and the School of Communication. Counseling and an orientation session on how to interview is offered. College of Business Administration 447 Dean Wayne A. Danielson School of Communications Experiencing the largest growth of all the Universi- ty ' s schools and colleges, the School of Communica- tion increased to 1 ,926 students enrolled this year. Within the school, the Department of Journalism at UT is the largest in the United States. Spring, 1973, is the tentative completion date for a new communication complex located at 26th and Whitis Streets. The School ' s three departments, radio-television-film, journalism, and speech, will share the building complex, and one of the three buildings will house Texas Student Publications, pub- lishers of the Cactus yearbook, The Daily Texan and other student publications. 448 Enrollment in the College of Education was 3,840 this fall. Research of problems in learning was en- gaged by the Learning Disabilities Center, a part of the college. Working with children who have learn- ing difficulties, the LDC offered limited diagnostic and remedial services to the children. Current emphasis has been in reading remedia- tion, although the LDC is interested in providing re- medial instruction in other areas such as mathemat- ics, with University students from the specialty area working in the LDC. College of Education Lorrin G. Kennamer Dean 449 Newly revised courses in the College of Engineer- ing placed emphasis in the fall on factors involved in every kind of engineering work. These include de- signing, economics, conservation, communication, environmental protection, and management. Enrollment in the College of Engineering this year was 2,551 students. An experimental tutoring program began in Feb- ruary. Three students on duty were available two and one half to three hours a day, in person or by phone. Dial-a-tutor, which averaged 400 phone calls the first three weeks in operation, provided help to students in chemical engineering courses. The most frequently asked questions during the tutoring period were put on tape. Students could then call the tutor service any time during the eve- ning and listen to the six-minute recording. College of Engineering Earnest F. Gloyna Dean 450 Dean E. William Doty College of Fine Arts The College of Fine Arts offers art exhibitions, concerts, plays, opera, and dance and the annual Fine Arts Festival, co-sponsored by the School of Architecture. The 1971 festival, with the theme " The Arts and the Environment, " emphasized the contri- bution of the arts in improving human existence. The college provided the University with quality entertainment in all the fine arts during the 1971-72 year. The art department held exhibits throughout the year, including the annual Art Faculty Exhibition. The Department of Drama featured the productions of " The Three Sisters, " " A Cry of Players, " and " A Midsummer Night ' s Dream. " The Department of Music brought great musicians to participate in its Solo Artist Series, along with concerts by groups such as the University Symphony Orchestra, the UT Jazz Ensemble, and the Longhorn Band. In the spring, E. William Doty retired from his po- sition as Dean of the College of Fine Arts after 34 years. He organized the college in 1938. Under his guidance the faculty grew from 1 to more than I 50 and the college trained 3,640 artists, dramatists, mu- sicians, and dancers. Dean Doty was also instrumen- tal in furthering professional standards in music, art, dance and theatre at the national level. oyna )ean 451 School of Nursing Each student in the School of Nursing is assisted in developing competency in nursing knowledge and skills, including an ability to prevent illness, maintain health, and give and evaluate nursing care of indi- viduals and families in homes, hospitals, and other community agencies. The number of hours required for a bachelor of science degree in nursing will decrease from 1 30 to 120 in the fall of 1972. A new building for the nursing students and staff will be completed by fall, 1973. It will provide class- rooms, laboratory facilities, and offices for the nurs- ing school ' s system-wide operations. The facilities will accommodate more than 800 students. The new building, costing approximately $2.4 mil- lion, will be located between 1 7th and 1 8th Streets on Red River. It will replace C. P. Hall, a World War II barracks that has been on campus since 1947. Marilyn D. Willman Dean 451 William J. Sheffield Dean The College of Pharmacy is now offering a " clini- cal pharmacy " course to fifth-year seniors in its ex- panding approach to pharmacy education. Students are working in three institutions under the direct su- pervision of pharmacists and faculty members to gain experience in direct patient care. Of the 60 fifth-year seniors, 23 are working at Brackenridge and Seton Hospitals and at the Health Center. They are exposed to various areas such as coronary care, emergency room, intensive care unit, pediatrics, pathology, surgery and x-ray. The pro- gram is geared to give the student theoretical and practical experience in drug therapy. In February, the College of Pharmacy, along with the Pharmacy Extension Service and the Seminar Committee, sponsored the I Ith Annual Internation- al Industrial Pharmacy Seminar. Participating in the event were the major pharmaceutical companies of the U. S. along with firms from Mexico and Europe. With an enrollment of 506 students in their third, fourth and fifth years of study, the college is the largest pharmacy school in the country. College of Pharmacy 453 I I I The University School of Law continued this year to increase in applications and enrollment. Approxi- mately 1,650 students were registered in fall, 1971. The school places emphasis on preparation for ad- mission to the State Bar of Texas, participation in law reform and legal research, and maintenance of intellectual freedom. This year the Moot Court team won regional com- petition and attended the national contest in Wash- ington D. C. The annual Page Keeton Law Week in March featured several well-known speakers and a Moot Court competition judged by members of the Texas Supreme Court. School of Law W. Page Keeton, Dean Sc PL |oh The Woo (Had The The Graduate School at the University offers stu- dents approximately 75 fields of graduate s ' tudy. Plans for next year include filling a full-t ime posi- tion, vice-president and Dean of the Graduate School, proposed by President Stephen H. Spurr. This year a special committee examined the role of the graduate dean, the administrative structure of the graduate school and ways and means of in- creasing the impact of the school on the develop- ment of the University. Graduate School Gordon W. Whaley Dean 454 Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs John A. Cronouski, Dean The principal objective of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs is to train students to serve effectively in policy roles in government. The curriculum is the integrated development of programs relating a variety of inputs to a variety of outputs, which are summarized on the input side in curriculum and on the output side in manpower de- signed to operate effectively in the public sphere. The school ' s problem-oriented curriculum employs specialists representing a wide range of interests. Graduate School of Social Work Jack Otis, Dean This year a program was instituted in which eight graduate students of the School of Social Work spent two days a week in classes and two days as- signed to working with students and personnel at one of three Austin junior high schools. The remain- ing day of the work week was spent in study and re- cording activities at the public schools. Graduate students assigned to one of the schools worked to reduce the high drop-out rate, assisted in areas of discipline and classroom difficulties, and at- tempted to solve family-oriented emotional prob- lems. Graduate study in the School of Library Science is chiefly concerned with three things: books and re- lated media of communication, the users of these materials, and the social consequences of this use. Practical aspects of library study are reflected in the knowledge, principles, and skills required for the suc- cessful practice of the profession. Theoretical as- pects are expressed in the concern of the profession with the development of a body of doctrine and with the improvement of services, both of which are dependent on research. Graduate School of Library Science Stanley McElderry, Dean 455 C .ASSEiS KAY HARDCASTLE 456 ALLPORT. GEORGE HOBART. Bethlehem. Pa. Latin American Studies ANDA, CUAHTEMOC. Tlalnepantla, Mexico Economics. Teaching Assistant ARRIBAU. GEORGIA ANNE. Brownsville Music ARRIBAU. JORGE O.. Buenos Aires. Argentina Business ARTHUR. DONALD BYRON. Los Angeles. Calif Russian Literature, Student Faculty Committee AVERHOFF. WILMER WILLIAM, Austin Genetics. Association of Graduate Students BAETZ, BERTRAND OLIVER. San Antonio Zoology-Pharmacy. ZN. Silver Spurs BALCOM. KAREN SUZANNE, San Antonio Library Science. Association of Graduate Students of Library Science BASHBUSH. JOSE LUIS BAUZA. Puebla. Mexico Petroleum Engineering. HET BATES. RONALD JAY. Fort Worth Finance. American Finance Association V BENAVIDES. ADAN JR.. Mission History BENN. FREDERICK OWEN. Abernathy Finance. AZfl BISHOP. KENNETH EDWARD. Corpus Christ! Anthropology and Chemistry. Amateur Radio Society BLAXLAND. ALAN B.. Austin Geology BROYLES. ROBERT RAGAN JR.. Palestine Civil Engineering. XE. AQ. ASCE. ITE CARNINE. ALBERT J., Bloomington. III. Music, Choral Union CHU-JON. CARLOS A., Trujillo. Peru Industrial Engineering, AIIE, Chinese Students ' Association. Spanish Club COCEK. BRUCE CHARLES, Houston Computer Science COMPTON, PEGGY LYNN. Dallas Latin CRANE. JULIANNE GRANDIN, San Bernardino, Calif. Communications, TAX, 02 P, ZAX. PRSSA Graduates Q Hi i CURTIS. WILLIAM, Fort Worth Clinical Psychology. Undergraduate Research Committee CURTIS. WILLIAM CHARLES. Grand Prairie Finance DAHLSTROM. DONNA RUTH. Austin Library Science, TBZ. Longhorn Band. GLISSA DAHLSTROM. JOE FRANK. Austin Musicology. KK . t MA. Longhorn Band. GLISSA DAUBEK. KATHLEEN MARY. Whittier. Calif. Educational Psychology DAUBEK. TERRY PAUL. San Jose. Calif. Bio-Medical Engineering DAVIDSON, ROGER LEE. Houston Business Administration. AEH. Graduate School Building Committee. American Finance Association. Texas Union Li- aison Board DAY, MICHAEL STEPHEN, Dallas Chemistry. AXA, American Chemical Society. German Club DEAN. MARGUERITE MENGDEN, Houston English Literature DEATON. DAN WOODROW. Fort Worth Civil Engineering, XE DeBRUIJN. HANS KAREL. Enschede. Netherlands Marketing. AlESEC DJOJOSOEKARTO. GIRI KARTONO. Bandung, Indonesia Education-Foreign Language ENGLISH, NANCY SPEARS. Austin Finance ENGLISH. WILKE DENTON, Austin Marketing-Statistics ERICKSON. MICHAEL GARY. Austin Special Education FANNUSH. MOHAMED OMAR. Benghazi. Libya Library Science. GLISSA FANTINI. ALBINO E., West Dummerston, Vt. Applied Linguistics, OK4 , Foreign Language Association FARIMAN, FEREIDOON, Tehran. Iran Mechanical Engineering, Iranian Association FORD. DARRELL JOHN, Houston FORSYTHE, DONALD W.. Fort Worth English 457 FRANK, MARY ELAINE, Austin Special Education, OK . HA0 KAF1, AAA GAGE, GAIL ANN, Rye. N. Y. English, AT GARZON, OSCAR WASHINGTON, Quito, Ecuador Petroleum Engineering, AIME GERHART, STEPHEN RICHARD, South Pasadena, Calif Journalism GIBE, FUMIHIKO. Osaka, Japan Accounting GREENWALT, WAYNE ALBERT. Valley Stream. N. Y. Petroleum Engineering, RET, AIME, Graduate Engineering Council, Intramurals GRIFFIN, KENNETH EDWARD. McGregor Aerospace Engineering, TBR, Zf T. AIAA, Student Engi- neering Council, Longhorn Band HAGERMAN. BETTY SUE, Dallas Physical Education, ZTA, Teaching Assistant, PEM, Christian Science Organization HALL, CHERYL RENEE. Houston Political Science, AZ0, Black National Political Science Assoc. HALL. CYNTHIA LEE, Dallas Elementary Education, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship HERRING, DONITA KAE, Liberal, Kans. Nursing HILDING. DALE RICHARD, Coeur d ' Alene. Idaho Latin American Studies, Institute of Latin American Studies Student Association HOCKENSMITH, LORRAINE DEE, Houston HONIG, LAWRENCE EDWARD, Austin Journalism, TSP Board. TES Editor, Goodfellow HOOD, SHARON ANN, New Orleans, La. HUFFMAN. DOLLIE FAYE, Pasadena Management, Southern Singers HYDE, JERRY LEE, Groves IKEGAMI, KAZUKUNI, Osaka, Japan Architecture JOHNSON, SANDRA KAY, Murfreesboro, Ark. Vocal Pedagogy, Teaching Assistant. Madrigal Singers. Op- era Workshop JUNGMAN, HENRY MICHELS, Wichita Falls Accounting Graduates KAY. KAREN ANN. Midlothian KESZTHELYI, CSABA PETER, Austin Chemistry. AXZ OAY. AK KESZTHELYI. KIKUKO MARIA, Austin Economics KOLB, KATHRYN ROSALIE. La Marque Educational Psychology. KKT LEMOINE, JUDITH ANN, Terre Haute. Ind. Education LEON. LARRY JEROME. Palestine Management and International Business. AECI, OHZ, J KO, Round-Up Committee. Lectures and Seminars Committee, Union Liaison Board. Intramurals. Graduate School of Busi- ness Building Committee LINDSAY. HOWARD HENRY, Austin Journalism, KTA. PK P, Research Associate. SCA Doctoral Honors Seminar MACRAE, JOHN ROLLIN. San Antonio Zoology MALDONADO, JOSE IGNACIO. Laredo Mathematics. MAYO, Project Info MALIK. KRISHAN AHMAD, Pakistan Petroleum Engineering, Pakistan Students ' Association MAPLES. MARY FRANCES, Dallas French MESSINA, FRANK JAMES, Shreveport. La. Business Administration. AIR, TBI I OAK, t BK. OXE, MBA Club MILLER. JERRY SCOTT, McKeesport, Pa. Management, SWC Sportmanship Committee. Rally Advisors Committee MILLER, WILLIAM MARK, Temple Computer Sciences MORRIS, DONALD RAY. Lamesa Business Administration MORRIS. GRAGORY HAL. Dallas MUELLER. JOHN EDWARD. Prairie Village. Kans. Business MULDER. ROGER ALLEN. Austin Journalism. $FA NGUYEN-THI, KIM. LAN, Saigon. Vietnam Early Childhood Education, ACEI PARK. JOAE-PUM. Seoul. Korea Latin American Studies 458 PETERSON, JEFFREY ALTON. Austin Zoology. TKE. Students Association Committee, ACS, UT Un- derwater Society POPE. JOHN MARVIN. Metairie. La. History. OBK. ZAX. 4 A0, HI. DAILY TEXAN, Texas Union Committees. Goodfellow PRESSLER. JEANNE MARSDEN. Galveston Library Science REYNOSO-LORA, LUIS EUGENIC. Lima, Peru Mechanical Engineering. K t . ASME, ASHRAE RIEKE, MARC KIMM. Houston Finance RIOUX. THOMAS WAYNE. El Campo Civil Engineering, KZ, TBI , XE, OAK, Outstanding Engi- neering Student, Student Engineering Council, Outstanding Student ROBERTSON. ROBERT ELGIN. Dallas Chemical Engineering. A Cappella Choir, TBH, QXE SABOL, DONALD EDWIN. San Antonio Educational Psychology SCOTT. MICHAEL LEE, Denver, Col. Business. 01 SCOTT. ROSE ANNE, Pasadena Music Education, ZAI, A Cappella Choir, Upper-Class Advi- sors, Scottish Scholars SELDEN, ROBERT PAUL, Austin Psychology and Radio-TV-Film, ZAM, Soccer Team SHAW, SHANTILAL R., Coimbatore, India Electronic Engineering, OEZ EKN, TBR, 0 K , IEEE SIEBER. SANDRA. Arp Accounting SIGALA. BLANCA ESTELA. Del Rio Speech Pathology. ZAE SLIPAKOFF, ESTHER MARGARET, Houston Counseling, Texas Union Leadership Board, Mortar Board. Or- ange Jackets, Spooks, ALD, Outstanding Student SMITH. JOHN CALVIN III, Duncan. Okla. Finance. 6611 SPIVAK, MALVINA. Guanabara, Brazil Engineering STANSEL, NINA BETH. Deer Park English. 0Z STARNES. SHARON ARLENE. Bogalusa, La. Anthropology SULLIVAN. JAMES DAVID, Mesquite Mathematics and Computer Sciences, 0BK. OK0, OH!. HGPOC, Rodeclc, Inc.. La Maison Francaise. Secret Fun Club ' Graduates YOUNG. WILLIAM ROBERT, Brenham Psychology, Outstanding Student TALBERT. WILLIAM LAUREL. Austin Business. Bri. BAU . ZIE TAYLOR. TIMOTHY DALE. Maydelle Petroleum Engineering, AIME TERAN, HEINZ M., Guayaquil. Ecuador Petroleum Engineering, AIME TRAN, PHIEN, Saigon, Vietnam Computer Science VINCENT, SUE LICHTE. Bryan Education WALTER, MARY LUCILLE, Wintersville. Ohio Spanish, Teaching Assistant WILGEN, JULIE MAPES, San Antonio Family Life Education, ON, DA0. Freshman Council, House of Delegates, THECC WILSON. CHARLES MONROE, III. Dallas Law. AZn. Outstanding Intramural Official, Whitaker Lead- ership Award. Student Bar Association, Outstanding Fresh- man Law Brief Award WOLTMAN. ARTHUR WILLIAM, Marlin Astronomy YARLING. CHARLES BYRON, Austin Electrical Engineering, FIAO. 0MA, Longhorn Band. IEEE 459 ABERNATHY, CURTIS MARK. Gladewater Business, OTA ABOUD. RUSSELL MICHAEL, El Paso Accounting. AKE. AK ABOUSSIE. ANNETTE GAY. Wichita Foils International Business Administration ADAMS. CONNIE SUE, Austin Education-Home Economics, AAA Little Sisters of the Mystic Eye, Round-Up Committee ADAMS, HENRY MARSHALL, Honolulu. Hawaii Music. UT Symphony ADCOCK. SHERILYN WILLHOITE, Austin Pharmacy. KE, TBZ, Longhorn Band, LPhA. Drug Abuse Council ADLEMAN, MARK LEE, Peoria, III. Personnel Management, NROTC, Intramurals, Best Ail- Around Intramural Athlete in Housing Award AGEE. BARBARA JEANNE. Fort Worth Home Economics, AAA AIKMAN. CONNIE SUE, Fort Worth English AKIONA, EDMOND BERTRAM. San Antonio Architecture ALANIZ, BETTY JO, San Diego Sociology ALBERS, MARGARET IRENE. Houston Linguistics, AIA, t KT, Little Sisters ALEXANDER, MATILDA E., Midland Accounting ALFORO. CHARLES RICHARD, Shelbyville Accounting ALLEN. CONNIE JEAN. Austin Sociology-Social Worlc Studies ALLEN. SUZANNE ELISE, Fort Worth Government ALLISON. LARRY GLENN, Longview Business Administration ALLSHOUSE, JANET LEE, Burlingame, Calif. French, KA0 ANDERSON, ALLAN LYNN, Austin Chemistry, OHI. AEA ANDERSON, KATHY LOUISE. Baytown Communication Class of 1972 ANDERSON. LINDA LEE. Alexandria, Va. English and Psychology, Canter Club, Ecology Action ANDERSON. MARY CLAIRE, Austin English. AZ, IAX. Cactus Section Editor, Cactus Outstanding Section Editor, Goodfellow ANDERSON. ROBERT HATTON, Austin Chemical Engineering, TBfl. QXE, Softball Club, AlChE ANDREWS, JAN KATHLEEN, San Antonio Journalism. 0Z t . IAX. 1972 Cactus Editor, PRSSA, Communi- cations Week Committee, Outstanding Student ANTHONY. WILLIAM ROSS JR.. Lubbock Mathematics, OKO, 0BK, Longhorn Handball Association APPOLD. REBECCA JO. Dallas ARCHAMBAULT, LESLIE JANE, Dallas English and French ARMSTRONG. 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NANCE GENE, San Antonio ANTHONY. GEORGE JR.. San Antonio ARCHIE, RICK NEAL, Fort Worth ARONSTEIN. ROBERT ALLEN, Cuero ATKINS. DEBORAH ANN, Fort Worth AYON. HENRY DAVID. San Antonio BAGOT. MARY ELIZABETH. Amarillo BAIRD. JERRY WAYNE. Big Sandy BALDWIN. JUDITH ANN, Lamesa BARTON. JOY LAVERN. Gatesville BASTRESS. DAVID CLAUDE. San Antonio BAUGH. GEORGE WHITFIELD. San Antonio BEASLEY, THOMAS SCOTT Beeville BEAUCHAMP. RICHARD ALLEN, San Antonit BELL. SHERRY LYNN. Houston BENAVIDES. ROGER JAMES. San Antonio BENDER. CRAIG KAVANAUGH. Fort Worth BEUTEL. PAUL WAYNE. Houston BLACKWOOD. LARRY NEWELL. Comanche BOOTH. SUSAN. Baytown BRANDT, DOTTIE LYNN. San Antonio BRASHEAR, ROBERT KEITH, Hale Center BROADDUS. MICHAEL GARRETT. San Antonio BROOKS. JUDY ELIZABETH. Freeport BROOKS. JUDY LEE. Kilgore BROWN. DAVID CARL, Houston BRUMMEL. RICHARD JAMES. Hooks BUCHANAN. DAVID ANDREW. Dallas BURGESS. GERALD MICHAEL. Austin BURKMAN. MANFRED. Austin CAIN. CAROL JEAN. Taylor Seniors f CALLAHAN, JACK WILLIAM JR., Galveston CALVO. RUSSELL DAVID JR.. Newgulf CAMPBELL. ROBERT DAVID. Dallas CARLETON. MARTHA SUE. Houston CARNEY. JENNIFER LEE. Corpus Christi CARPENTER. CAROLYN, Pecos CARPENTER, LINDA LOU. Austin CARPENTER, WILLIAM B.. Beeville CARRINGTON. MARGARET ANN. San Antonio CENTILLI. DOROTHY JEAN, Del Rio CHAMBLESS. SUSAN B.. Tyler CHENG. CHRISTOPHER CHEUK-PUJ, Hong Kong CHENOWETH, ROBERT ESPY. Houston CHESTER. DONALD WILLIAM. Richardson CHILDS. DAVID EDWARD, Monahans CHIPMAN. EMMITT DAVID. Del Rio CHISM BONNIE R.. San Antonio CHOVANETZ, BARRY EDWARD, Hallettsville CLAPP, LESLIE BOYD JR.. Iowa Part CLARK. DOUGLAS N., Edna CLARK, MICHAEL DUANE. Houston CLARK. STEPHEN ZIFTON, Fort Worth CLEMENT, JOHN CARLISLE. Sulphur Springs COMPTON. JAMES EDWARD, Corsicana CORDOVA, CONNIE BELINDA. McAllen COSTAS, ANNE DONEGAN, Seguin CRABTREE. BARBARA ANN, Dallas CRAWFORD, JOE THOMAS JR.. Kilgore CROOK, DAVID PRESTON, Houston CUMMINGS. WILEYN FULFER. San Antonio CURTIS. CAROL JEAN. Hillsboro DANIEL. CAROLE ANNE. Dallas DARWIN. PAUL McCRACKEN. Fort Worth DAVIS, CLOTEAL LOUISE, Houston DAVIS, HOWARD GORDON. Houston DAVIS. JAMES TOLBERT. Gilmer DAVIS, JIMMY GOLAN. Borger DAYYANI. MOHAMMED HASAN, Iran DE FILIPPO. FRED S.. Bron.ville. New York DE FORD. HARVEY NASH. Austin 495 DE LA GARZA. NORA HILDA. Mission DILLON, DONNA CHERYL. Houston DOEDYNS. JOANNA BETH. Bishop DOEPNER. ALBERT HERMAN, San Antonio DOWNS, GREGORY E.. Midland DOWNS. PATRICIA OBERA. San Antonio DOYLE. TERENCE MICHAEL. Houston DUBEL PATRICIA LYNETTE. Son Antonio DUKE. CATHY JEAN, McAllen DUNCAN, FRED DON, Weatherford DURE, LEIGHTON C.. Austin DUTIA. KRISHNAKUMAR G., Bomba y, India EADS. DEBORAH ANN. Bellaire EDWARDS. LESLIE LEE. Victoria EMERY, DAVID ERNEST, Euless ERNST. CARL LYNN. Glen Rose ESPENSEN. MICHAEL P.. McAllen EVANSON, ROBERT WILLIAM, Austin FARANESH, SOUHAIL BULOS. Nazareth, Israel FAVELL. ALICE CATHERINE, Klamath Falls. Ore. FERNANDEZ, ALFONZO EVARISTO. San Antonio FERRARA, MADELINE. Hearne FERGUSON. SAMUEL C.. Hamlin FISHER. LUKE EUGENE. Gladewater FITZGERALD. DAVID JOHN. Houston FLESHER. PAUL GLEN, Belton FLODINE. JAMES BRUCE, Houston FORBIS, STEPHEN DOUGLAS. Austin FORTENBERRY, MARY K., Natchitoches. La. FRANCO MORA, RAFAEL, Xalapa, Mexico FRANKLIN, JACKY BILL, Lubbock FROMME, DALTON LEE, Goliad FUCHS, JAMES DONALD, Anqleton FULBRIGHT, SUZANNE. Beaumont GARCIA. ANTHONY R., San Antonio GIRARDEAU. JAMES FREDERICK. Austin GLASS. DAVID DOERING. Austin GLEISER. SUZANNE CAROL. Bryan GOINS. WILLIS D., Gatesville GOMEZ. RICHARD ALONZO, San Antonio Seniors GONZALEZ. JOHN WILLIAM, San Antonio GOOD. ROBERT LAWRENCE. Dallas GOODE. MARK GIDEON III. Lufkin GOR. EDMOND J.. Houston GORZYCKI, LINDA SUE. Austin GRANT. JAMES MARVIN. Refuqio GRANT. THOMAS REAGAN. Kenedy GRAVES. CLAUDE BRECKENRIDGE. Jasper GREEN, ROBERT LYNN JR., Houston GROODY, DONALD PAUL, Fort Worth GROSSMAN, FRANK LEROY, Corpus Christi GUERRERO. JOSEPH RAYMOND. Austin HASAN. ELIZABETH ANN. Beaumont HALL, LEWIS ALLEN. Fort Worth HAMILTON. JAMES E.. Austin HAMMOND, JAMES RODNEY. Jacksboro HANSON. KAREN S.. Kemah HARMON. MARY NELL. San Antonio HARMON. SCOTT INGERSOLL. Dallas HARRIS. DIANA LEE. Austin HARRIS. DUANE WOODFORD II. Hooks HARRISON. EMMETT ELBERT. Dallas HARRISON. SUSAN DIANNE. Baytown HARTER. WILLIAM HAROLD. Canyon HEARD. KATHY LANIER. White Oak HELM. STEVEN GEORGE. Fort Worth HELMCAMP, JUDDY RAY II. Houston HEMATI, IRAJ. Tehran. Iran HEMME. DONALD DEE. Lockhart HILDBRAND. JERRY DON. Prescott. Ark. HILLS. JOHN DURST. Tyler HOFFMAN, CARL ALFORD. Austin HOGGARD. FRAN A.. West HOLLINGSWORTH. DAVID EMERSON. Austin HOLT. MARK WALKER. Dumas HOOVER. RANDY TED. Levellond HOUCK, HARRIET ELIZABETH. Houston HOWARD, M ' LIZABETH DOT. Austin HUDSON, NANCY KAY. Gruver HUGHES. DAVID CARROLL. Houston 496 HULL. MELISSA JANE. Denton HUMPHRIES. MARGARET JOY. Dublin HUNTER. SARAH ROCQUELLE. Colemon HURD. ROBERT LEWIS. Houston HUTCHESON. STEVEN CHARLES. Houston. HUTCHINSON. KENNETH LARRY. Temple IRWIN. ELYSIA ANN. Dumas JAMES. SHARI C.. Hereford JANECEK. LARRY JAMES. Shiner JANICEK. DARYL JOSEPH DAVID. Premont JETTON. BOBBY RAY. Gainesville JEZ. MILTON JERRY. Taylor JOHNSON. PAUL JOSEPH, Austin JOHNSON, WARREN GARY, Pasadena JOHNSTON. JAY STEVEN. Dallas JONES. CHRISTOPHER THOMAS. Houston JONES. JAMES LANDON, McAllen JONES, JOHN MARK, Dallas JONES. ROBERT LYNN, Corpus Christi JULIAN. WILLIAM D.. Crockett KANE, THERESA ANNE. Fort Worth KELLY. EMMA S.. Austin KIECH. MICHAEL MAURICE. Jonesboro. Ark. KINCAID. GENE HOWARD, Pampa KING. HARLEY RUSSELL. Dallas KING. MICHAEL KRIS. Mineral Wells KNOWLES. TOMMY LANE. Hurst KOBER. KAY MARY. Waterloo. Iowa KONEMAN. SUZANNE. La Marque KOY. CANDICE DAWN. Sealy KUBACAK. ALPHONSE FRANK. West LABER. BARBARA JOYCE. Houston LACEY. ROBERT STEPHEN. Houston LANE. JOHN ALLEN. Odessa LARD. KAREN LYNN. Amarillo LARD. SHAREN LEE. Amarillo LEAL. RICARDO JOEL. Mission LECHE. PAUL ANDRE. Austin LEE. TOMMY ZIN. San Antonio LENDRUM, BRUCE CARROLL. Midland Seniors LEVEY. ALISSA ANN, San Antonio LEVINSON, JERRY H., Dallas LEVITT. TOMMY CARL. Wheeler LIENDO. ALVARO J.. Laredo LONGACRE, JANICE KAYE. San Antonio LOPEZ. BERTHA ANN A.. San Antonio LOREA. RICHARD RAYMOND. San Antoni LOUIE. EDWIN DARE. Houston LUTTON. MONTY J.. San Antonio LUTZ. SUZANNE MARIE. San Antonio MABRY, WARREN W. JR., Austin MACEO. PEGGY JO, Galveston MACK. RONALD G.. Palestine MADSEN. KATHRYN KAYE. Houston MAHAFFEY. MICHAEL LINDSEY. Houston MAIN. KENT A.. Corpus Christi MALSBARY. ROBERT WAYNE. Temple MANCHA. ROBERTO RAUL Alice MARDOCK. JULIAN KING. Dallas MARTIN, KENNETH EWING. Baytown MARTIN, REBECCA SUE. Orange MAST, ROY TAYLOR, Midland McANGUS. JESS ADELBERT. Austin McBRIDE. ELDENA C.. Galveston McBRIDE. JAMES DAVID. Longview McBRIDE. MICHAEL CURTIN, Galveston McCLARY. JOHN MICHAEL. Dallas MCDONALD, JAMES BOWMAN. Austin McKEE. MARTHA KAREN. Carthage McNEW. MEREDITH LYNNE. Wilmington. Del. MEADOR, MICHAEL PRIDDIE. Gatesvllle MILLER. RICHARD SCOTT. Perry. Iowa MILLICAN. DEBORAH O.. San Saba MILLIKAN. ROBERT RANDOLPH. Houston MOOS. PATTI EILEEN. San Antonio MORENO. GLORIA. Dallas MORRIS. ALBERT WILLIAM JR.. Duncanville MORRIS. ALLISON MURPHY. Lake Jackson MORRIS, REBECCA PAYNE. Odessa MORROW. JACK DEZELLE. Sinton 497 MOSKOWITZ. JUDITH ANN. Houston MOULDER, RITA MARIE. San Antonio MOVER. LYNNE MARIE. San Antonio MUELLER. GLENN ROY. Thrall MURPHY. EUGENE JAMES JR.. Houston NAGEL. BRUCE DEAN, San Antonio NANCE. DALE RUSSELL. Midland NELSON. CYNTHIA CAROLYN. Houston NESTER. ROBERT ALLEN, San Antonio NG. LILLY LI-LI. Hong Kong NG. FRANCES FONG. San Antonio NICHOLS. DON DEATON, Galena Park NICHOLS. RICK DEAN. Corsicana NOELL. JOHN DUDLEY. Austin OS6ORNE. JANET LEE, Midland PAHNKE. ROBERT DAVID. Beaumont PANNELL. JEFF CARL, Austin PARROTT, CLIFFORD LEE, Austin PARSONS. KIRBY WALKER. Georgetown PARSONS. STEVE CARL. Dallas PARSUTT, BEVERLY J.. Matagorda PARTLOW. JUDITH GAIL. Liberty PAYNE. WILLIAM GILGIS. San Antonio PENN, SUE ANNETTE. Rusk PENNINGTON, TROY DANIEL. San Angelo PENNY. GREGORY RANDALL, Dallas PENRY, DAVID WAYNE. Smithville PITTS. DEBORAH ANN, Lampasas POLING. MARY LYNNE. Fort Worth POWELL. RONALD A.. Magnolia POWELL. STEPHEN DOUGLAS. Grapevine POWER, JAMES TALFORD III, Dallas PRICE, SHARON. Victoria PRIEST, PATRICIA LEE. Dallas PRITCHETT, JAMES PATRICK, Midland REDDING. JAMES EARL. Lolito REINHART. JAMES ROBERT, Galveston RHOADS, E. SUZANNE. Austin RICE. JENNIFER SUSAN, Houston RICHEY. DON LEE, Seguin Seniors RIGGS, PATRICIA ANN, Waco RIOS. CLAUDIA. Brownsville ROBERTS. REBECCA RUTH, Corpus Christi RODRIGUEZ, L ALEJANDRO, Rio Grande C.ty RODRIGUEZ. LUIS GARZA. San Antonio ROITSCH. CHRISTINA E.. Manor ROMAN. CHARLES RICHARD. Austin ROOT, SUSAN ANNE. Houston ROSENBAUM, RALPH STEVE, Houston ROSS, JOHNNY KYLE. Corsicona RUHLAND, DORIS JOANNE, Houston RUNNE, JOHN HELMUTE. Dallas RUPLE, AUBREY VAUGHAN JR., Amarillo RUSSELL ROBERT LAFAYETTE. Dallas RUTTY. CHARLES DAVID. Lampasas SAENZ. JUAN JORGE. Rio Grande City SALTER, CHARLES PHILLIP III. Wichita Falls SANDERS. RANDALL HENDRIX, Baytown SANTI, SUSAN EILEEN. Houston SANTOS, JOSE ANTONIO. Tampico, Meico SCHAEFER, KAY ANNETTE, Dallas SCHNEIDER, HERBERT ERNEST, New Braunfels SCHNEIDER, RICHARD HARRY, Casper. Wyo. SCHNURR, GAYLE ANN, Houston SCHUENEMANN, WILLIAM HENRY, lockhart SEGURA, DAVID MARTIN, Flatonia SHADROCK, MARY ELIZABETH, San Antonio SHAHAN, DONALD ALLAN. Abilene SHEARN. MICHAEL JOSEPH, Houston SHORT. BYRON ELLIOTT, Austin SHTAWI. ABEDELRAZAR M.. Nazareth. Israel SHULKIN. BARRY LYNN Amarillo SKELTON. BETTY JOYCE. Dallas SKINNER, JOHN F., Longv.ew SLIM. SIMAN T. Nazareth. Israel SLOVACEK, EDWARD JEROME, Bryan SMITH. CAROL ANN. Garland SMITH. DIANE ALEATHEA. Houston SMITH MYRA KATHRYN. Austin SOLIS. SANTIAGO J.. Brownsville 498 tmti i SOMMERLATTE. CLYDE WILLIAM JR.. Gonjales SPARKS. ALBERTA DIANE. Fort Worth SPECIA. JOHN J. JR., San Antonio SPEIR, PAUL ROBERT. Austin SPENCER. RILE KEITH. Sweetwater STEWART, KAREN JOYCE. Temple STUDOR. JACOB VON. North Royalton. Ohio SULLIVAN. WILLIAM PATRICK. Fort Worth TABAK. DEBRA ANN. San Antonio TAYLOR. MARIANNE. Austin TEMPLIN. CLAUDIA FRANCES. Austin TEMPLIN, HOWARD LESLIE. Austin THOMAS. PATRICIA DEE. Houston THOMPSON. KENNETH EUGENE. Dallas THOMPSON. ROBERT NORMAN. Alta Loma THORN, CRAIG STEVEN, Corpus Christi TOBOLA. LOUIS LUDVIK, Dallas TYLER. JONNIE JO, Dallas VALADEZ. MIGUEL ANGEL. San Antonio VALDEZ. DAVID LEE. Del Rio VAN SICKLE. MARY LYNN. Rio Hondo VERBICK. DONALD L.. Dallas VILLAGRAN, EDWARD JAMES. San Antonio VILLARREAL. MANUEL A.. Mexico City. Mexic VONDER HOYA. CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM, Dallas VORSAS, JOE HARRY, Beeville WAGAMON, CHARLES HOLLAND JR.. Huntsville WALKER, PAMELA KAY, Austin WALL, JAMES CARROLL. Austin WALLS. STEPHEN CRAIG. Pampa WARNECKE. ROBERT BENJAMIN. New Braunfels WASHAM, DONA KAY. Pasadena WASHBURN. JAMES JAY, Junction City, Kan. WATSON. DAVID GARY. Cisco WEBB. RONALD KERMIT. Kemah WELLS. MARIANNE DICKERSON, Piano WHITE. PATRICIA ANN. Austin WIEDEMAN. STANLEY RAYMON, Joplin, Mo. WILLIAMS. ANITA CLAIR. Gatesville WILLIAMS. BARBARA ANN. Waco Seniors i WILLIAMS. DONALD EUGENE. Ocean Springs. Miss. WILLIAMS. GARY ALAN. Houston WILLIAMS. GWENEVERE. Waco WILLIAMS. SHARON LUCILLE. Austin WINGHELD, BETTY LYNN, Kilgore WINSMAN. LOUIS III. Copperas Cove WISSINGER. JOHN FREDERICK, Houston WISSINK, DEBORAH HELENS. Maquoleta. Iowa WOLFORD. EDWARD. San Antonio WOOLLEY. LYNN WALTON. Temple WORTLEY. GARY STEWART. Dallas WRIGHT. BARBARA CAROL. San Antonio WU. JOSEPH KANBOR. Hong Kong WYNN. JIM DUDLEY, Austin YOUNG. DEBORAH LYNN. Tyler ZIKES. BEVERLY JEAN, Texas City An armadillo painted orange and white appeared at one of the UT football games during the mascot controversy. 499 ABBOTT. CHRISTINE ANN. Corpus Christ! ABRAMOWITZ. BRONDEL. Houston ABRAMOWITZ. MICHAEL H., Houston ACREE. JAMES DAVID, Victoria ADAIR. MARY ELLEN. Jacksonville ADAMS, DONNA JEAN. Tyler ADAMS, JENNY. Longview ADAMS, MICHAEL FRANKLIN. Atlanta ADCOCK. PHYLLIS ANN. Victoria AGUILAR. JAVIER. Brownsville AHUERO. DANIEL DAVID. Corpus Christi ALEXANDER, MARY ELLEN. Lufkin ALLEN, DAVID VINCENT, Rocky Grove. Pa. ALLEN. JOE BAILEY III. Longview ALLEN, RUSSELL SCOTT, Tyler ALLMOND. STEVEN ROY, Odessa ALTMAN, GWENDOLYN NANCY. Universal City AMERMAN. PATRICIA MARIE. Houston AMIRKHAN. JOHN NELSON, Dallas AMOS. MARILYN ELIZABETH. Houston ANDERLOHR, WILLIAM J., Portland ANDERSEN, PENNY LEE. Farmington. N. M. ANDERSON. CANDACE ELIZABETH. Asherton ANDERSON. GARY KENNETH. Levittown, N. Y. ANDERSON, JAMES ROBERT. Corpus Christi ANDERSON. TERESA LYNN. Abilene ANDREWS, MARK W., Roswell. N. M. ANDRIES. THOMAS FRANCIS. Fort Worth ARCHER, MICHAEL F., Baytown ARDEN. PAMELA JEAN, Amarillo ARLITT, CYNTHIA ANN. Houston ARMSTRONG. JACK DOUGLAS. Blooming Grove ARRINGTON. CATHY LYNN, Tenarkana ARRINGTON. KEITH THOMAS. Wichita Falls ARWOOD, THOMAS WHEELER. Wichita Falls ASHBY. JUDY ANN. San Antonio ATCHISON. JOHN ALLEN JR.. Austin ATKINS. MICHAEL THOMAS. Houston ATKINSON. CYNTHIA MAE. Pasadena ATKINSON. LISA KAY. Pasadena ATNIP. BOBBY EUGENE. Alvin ATWOOD. DARYL LYNN, Dallas ATWOOD. JOHN HOLMES. Houston AUSTIN. MICHAEL E.. San Antonio AUSTIN. SHERRY KAY. Andrews 8AGGERLY, SUZETTE. Houston BAILES. CATHY ANN. Houston BAILEY, BARBARA ANN. Tyler Class of 1973 BA ILEY. GARY DON. Corsicana BALFOORT. JEFFREY N.. Houston BALL. NANETTE. Austin BALUN, DALE MELISSA. Yonkers. N. Y. BAME, SUSAN RAE. Houston BARKEMEYER. ALAN ROY, Buckholts BARLEY, DONALD LEWIS. Brady BARNES, BARBARA LYNN. San Antonio BARNES. DOYLE KING JR.. Kemp BARNES KATHY LOU. La Marque BARNETT, REDA FAE, Buffalo BARRERA, NORA G. Palito Blanco BARTON, BRUCE EDWARD. Austin BARTON, DEBORAH ANN. Dalles BARTON. LEE HOWELL. Portland BARTOSH. WILLIAM FRANK JR.. Corpus Christi BATTENFIELD. GLENN LOUIS. Houston BATTLE. RICHARD VERNON, Garland BAUER, AUSTIN P.. Houston BAYSEK. ALLAN JAMES, Longview BEASLEY STEPHEN CRAIG. Houston BEAUCHAMP, JOHN SCOTT JR.. San Antonio BEAUREGARD. MAX L.. Amarillo BECK. DEBORAH LYNNE. San Antonio BEHRENS. CLAIRE LYNN, Austin BEHRENS. KAREN SUE. Beasley BELLMONT, CAROLYN ELIZABETH. Houston BENARDINO, ANTHONY KYLE. Conroe BENAVIDES. PATRICIA DOLORES, Laredo BENTON. DONALD FRANCIS. Houston BERGEN. JESSICA LYNNE. Angleton BERGER, BARBARA, Austin BERGMAN. JOHN ERIC, Dallas BERKLEY STEPHEN LAWRENCE, Beaumont BESS ELIZABETH GRAVES, Bay City BEYER. BETTY LOU, Houston BILLNITZER CHERYL SUZANNE. Kerrville BILLS. EMMETT LEE. McAllen BIRDSONG, MARILYN FAYE. New Braunfels BIXLER. ROBERT PRESTON JR.. Houston BLACK. RICHARD LEE. Sudan BLACKBURN. EMILY DIANE. Amarillo BLACKMON. DEBORAH C. Corpus Christi BLAIR, WILLIAM EDGAR. Houston BLALOCK, SANDRA WINIFRED. Marshall BLAND. STEPHEN W.. San Antonio BLANDA GERALYN ANN. Orange BLANKENBAKER. SUE ELLEN. Mission 500 BLANTON. ELIZABETH LOUISE. Houston BLEFELD. BARBARA ANN. Dallas BOCK. ELLEN RUTH. Dallas BOEHNKE. JAN F.. Sequin BOHNENBLUST. LINDA KAY. Dallas BOLDING. REBECCA. Houston BOLE. HELEN ELIZABETH. Houston BOLES. GLENN EWING. Houston BOLTE. WILLIAM SCOTT. Dallas BOND. JAMES HERBERT JR.. Dallas BONHAM. PATRICIA ANN. Houston BOON. MARK LEE. Tyler BORCHARDT. BOBBIE GENE. Dallas BOSWELL. STEVEN VANCE. San Angelo BOUNDS. DOROTHY MARIE. Wichita Falls BOUTWELL. WILLIAM BRYANT. Houston BOWERS, GREGORY LEE. Amarillo BOYD. RICHARD WALLACE JR., Fort Worth BOYD. SHARON KAY. Denlson BRADFORD, BETTE. Houston BRADFORD, STUART MICHAEL. Austin BRADSHAW, PRISCILLA CHARLINE. Mesquite BRADY. ROSE ANNE. Austin BRAGG, KENNETH DONALD. Sen Antonio BREAUD. STEPHEN JOSEPH. Lubbock BRENT. WILLIAM ERWIN. Bonham 8RICKER. JOHN ALEXANDER. Bellaire BRIGHT. JERRY LAYNE. Cameron BROOKS. ANDREA LEE, Austin BROOKSHIRE, DANIEL STUART. Tyler BROUSSARD. LINDA NELL. Wharton BROWDER. JAMES EDWARD. Fort Worth BROWN. AMY JOAN. San Antonio BROWN. ELIZABETH ANNE. Wimberley BROWN. JAMES WILLIAM III. Dallas BROWN. LUCY LINN, Angleton BROWN, REBECCA EVE, Houston BROWN. RONALD KAYE. San Antonio BROWNSTEIN. CINDY ALYCE. Clarksdale. Miss. BRUNI. FIORENZA ANNA MARIA. San Antonio BRUNSON, BEVERLY, McAllen BRYLA, CARROLL JOHN. Fredericksburq BUAAS, JULIANNE. Austin BUCHANAN, JOE KEITH. Arlington BUCHEK. ROBERT HARVEY. San Antonio BUCKLAND. WAE JUNG. Temple BUESS. HOPE ELIZABETH, Victoria BUFORD, JOHN BAILEY, Austin Juniors BULLARD. BETTE KATE, Pittsburg BULLER, LEN SCOTT. HOUSTON BUNAT. CINDY SUE. Dallas BUNCH. ARTHUR FREDERIC. Biq Spring 8URCHARD, GLENN ORRIN. San Antonio BURGESS. DEBORAH JANE. College Station BURKETT. PATRICIA LEE. Huntsville. Ala. BURNETT, LINDA LOU. Tyler BURNS. LAN BEAUMONT. Austin BURNS. MARY ELIZABETH. La Marque BURROUGHS. DWIGHT EDWARD. Garland BURTON. MICHAEL DAVID. Denison BUSH. PERCY JOHN. Kingston, N. Y. BYARS, NATHANIEL C., Hillsboro BYBEE. ALESSANDRA. San Antonio BYLES, GWENDOLYN N., Corpus Christi CAIL. CAROLYN ELIZABETH. Port Isabel CAIN. JOHN W.. Progreso CALDWELL. LINDA ANN. Corpus Christi CALDWELL. SUSAN MARIE. Houston CALLAN. CYNTHIA GAY. Stuttgart. Germany CAMPBELL. CHERYL WIDMER. Wurtsmith AFB. Mich. CAMPBELL. FRANK WHITNEY. Dallas CAMPBELL. ROBERT FARISS. Wichita Falls CAMPBELL. WILLIAM LEE. Troup CAMPISE. JANICE. Houston CANADA. MARY ELIZABETH. Dalles CANO. ENRIQUE. Mission CANTOR. LAWRENCE WENDELL. Richardson CANTU. ISIDRO DOMINGUEZ. San Antonio CARLESTON. MILTON LEE. San Antonio CARLISLE. JOHN WRIGHT. Margarita. Canal Zone CARMICHAEL. ROBERT FRANKLIN. Brady CAROTHERS. CANDACE, Biq Sprinq CARPENTER, KAY LYNN. Ouanah CARR, PATRICIA SMITH, Houston CARR. PATRICK ALLEN. Waco CARROLL. STANLEY RUSSELL. La Porte CARTER. G. JACK III. Dallas CARTER. JAMIE KATHRYN. Houston CARTER. VIRGINIA KEITH, Amarillo CASAS. ERNESTO. San Antonio CASTILLO. RITA C.. San Antonio CASTRO. ANN. Ouenah CAUDLE. MARY ANN. Houston CEARLEY. GWENA LYNN. Austin CHADDICK, JOHN WRIGHT. Omeha CHAMRAD. JULIA ANN. Victoria 501 CHANCELLOR. WARREN EUGENE. Sulphur Springs CHANEYWORTH. SANDRA JEAN. Houston CHAPMAN, FREDERICK WAYNE. Rockwall CHAUVEAUX, TONY LYNN, Clouds CHAVEZ, WILLIAM JR.. Deer Park CHEN, DORIS MING-SEE, Abernothy CHERRY, NADINA LEAH, Fort Worth CHEWNING. STEPHEN LEE. Corpus Christ; CHIARIZIO. ERIC E.. Te.arkana CHILDRESS. ROBERT G.. Houston CHIN, LINDA. San Antonio CHRISTE. PAMELA. Son Antonio CLARK. CAROLYN JANET. Son Antonio CLAYBROOK. OLIVIA H.. Dollos CLAYTON. GLENDA GAIL, Kilgore CLEM, ROSS SIDNEY. Son Antonio CLIFTON. GAYLON. Bryon CLOUD, KATHY LOU, Los Fresnos CLOUD, KELTON WAYNE, Seogoville COCEK, JANIS CATHERINE, Houston COFFEY, KATHRYN ANN, New Orleans. La. COFFMAN, NANCY SUE. San Antonio COLEMAN. PETER JOHN, San Anton.o COLLINS. DAVID HENLEY. Lamesa COLLINS. SUSAN VAUGHAN. Ale.andria. Va. COLQUITT. CAROL ELEANOR. Longview COMEAUX, CAROLYN ADELE, Baytown CONRAD. JAMES EDWIN, Clifton CONTRERAS. ERIC E.. McAllen COOK. LINDA GALE. Alvin COOK, ROBERT DAVID . Brownsville COOKE. ROBERT EBERLE. Waslom COOMBS. CATHY PAULETTE. Kenedy COOPER, ROBERT L. Fairfield COOPER, SHARON ANN, Crosby COOPER. SUZANNE JANE. Grahom CORDELL, DAVID MARK, Richardson CORSON. DONALD WINSTON. Austin GOTTEN. CAROL KAY, Austin COUCH. JANE ELIZABETH, Abilene COVEY. STEVEN MARTIN. Houston COX, ALBERT EMERY. Corpus Christ! COYNER. ROGER EDWARD. Cleveland. Ohio CRABTREE. PAUL NORMAN. Angleton CRADY. KATE McALPIN. Houston CRAIG, GORDON E.. Yorktown CRAIG. HARRY LEE. Houston CRAVER. JAMES INGRAM, Oklahoma City, Oklo. Class of 1973 CRAWFORD, GARY WAYNE, Gorlond CRAWFORD, ROY MILLS, Temple CRAWLEY, ROBERT EILAND. Lamesa CREW. ROBERT JOSEPH, Orange CRIEL. ARMANDO B.. Corrizo Springs CROCKER. JONETTE ABBEY. Tulso CROCKETT. MICHAEL DAVID. Midland CROOK. CHARLES DAVID. Paris CROW, CYNTHIA LYNN. Dallas CRUMPLER. CHARLES PRENTICE. Bowie CRUMPTON. DAVID WILMOTH. Hillsboro CUEVAS, MARY CARMEN, Corpus Christi CULLEN, MARK PAIGE. Houston CUSHMAN, REGINA HOPE. Fort Worth DABNEY. WILLIAM TYSON. Dallas DALBY. JOHN LEONARD. Te.arlano DALY, PATRICK WILLIAM. Midland DANIELL. ROBERT WALTER. Dallas DANIELS. JOSEPHINE CAROL. Tyler DARLING. STEPHEN CURTIS. Wichita Foils DAUM. DONALD RAY. Houston DAVENPORT. KATHRYN JO. Rockport DAVIDSON. MARION WILLIAM, Gainesville DAVIS ERNESTINE E.. Hughes Springs DAVIS. CATHERINE ANN. Big Sandy DAVIS, CLARA L.. Odessa DAVIS. PATRICIA ANN. Dallas DEAN, DEBRA LYNN. Duncanville D ' EAN. JUDY LYNN, Odessa DELGADO. JANIE CASTILLO. Austin DE LOACHE, LOUISE DURKIN. Dollos DENNIS. NELSON T.. Kilgore DENNIS. PATRICIA ANN. Austin DENSON. DEBORAH LYNN. Gilmer DENT, PAMALA SUSAN. Killeen DENTON. JOYCE ANN. Evermon DETTMAN, GREGORY MARCUS, Port Arthur DEWEESE, JEFFERSON GEORGE. Paris DICKINSON. SUZANNE. Paris DICKSON. CHESTER VERNON, Cross Plains DILLINGHAM. MICHAEL ROY. Beev.lle DLUGACH. JUANITA SUSAN. Port Arthur DODDS, TOMMY LANE. Arlington DODDS, VIRGINIA ANN. San Antonio DODSON. DE ' NISE EILEEN. Tyi .- DOEDYNS. TRUDY ANN. Son Juan DOLLAR. JANIS LEA. Dallas DOLSTRA. EILEEN HEATHER. Washington. D. C. 502 OOOLEY. KATHLEEN ANN. Beaumont DOOLEY. PATRICIA LYNN. Beaumont DOROUGH. FRANCES ANNETTE. Bishop DORTCH, RICHARD MA SON, Longview DOWNIE. CHRISTINE HOUSTON. Sanderson DRIGGERS. WILLIAM THOMAS IV.. Piano DUBOW. JANIS LYNN. Houston DUCKETT. OWIGHT DEAN, Victoria DUGGER. LARRY E., Belton DUNCAN, DEBR " A ANNETTE, Arlington DUNLAP, JOHN KIRKBY, Nome, Alaska DURAND. GEORGE M.. Buna EBELING. ROBERT LEE. Marble Falls EBENSBERGER. PEGGY ANN, Seguin EBLEN. EARL DOOLEN JR.. Slaton EDGERTON. MARTHA JANE. Rio Grande City EDGIN. RICHARD ALAN. Corsicana EDWARDS, MARILYN YVONNE. Austin EHLERS. MARTHA LYNNE, Austin EICHER, PATRICK DOMINIC. Rosenberg EILAND. GARY WAYNE. Houston ELLIS. DEBORAH LEA. Austin ELSTNER. CHARLES JOSEPH. Hallettsville ELTIS. BRIAN MUROC. Tyler ENG. MABEL SUN. San Antonio ENGSTROM. RANDALL ROBERT, Dallas ERICKSON. TERRIE ANN. Son Antonio ESRIG, BONNIE ANN, Birmingham. Ala. ETHRIDGE. NANCY JO. San Antonio EUGANKS. CHARLES ALAN. Santa Rosa EUBANKS. EDWIN ALLEN. Santa Rosa EULENFELD. JANICE G.. Taylor EVANS. CHRISTI JANNETTE. Austin EVANS. KATHLEEN LOUISE. Victoria EVANS. LEIGH KAREN. Sinton EVANS. MARILYNN ELIZABETH. Houston EVELAND. RICHARD EUGENE, Austin EVERSOLE, NANCY ANN. Houston FAGET, CAROL JEAN, Dickinson FARMER, SUSAN KAY. Freeport FARRIS. THOMAS DALE. Amarillo PATH. BETSY. Austin FAULCONER. BRUCE LALAND. Grand Prairie FAULK, ROBERT RAY. Burkburnett FAULKNER. DONALD CAROL, Abilene FEEHAN. ANNE ELIZABETH. Houston FELKAI. THOMAS PETER. East Patterson, N. J. FERNANDEZ. REBECCA MARIE. Texas City Juniors FINBERG. STEVE. Dallas FISHER. TIMOTHY LEE, McKinney FITE, RALPH HILLIN. Houston FITZGERALD. LYNDA L. Houston FLACHE. ARTHUR AME. Brownfield FLACK, JOE FENLEY JR.. Houston FLEMING, FRANCESCA. Dallas FLORES. MICKEY ROYCE. Hillsboro FLOREY, RANDALL LYNN. Dallas FLOURNOY. BETTY LOUISE. Alice FOLEY. RICHARD FRANK. Sinton FORCIER. PETER MICHAEL, El Paso FORSYTHE, CAROLINE JANE. Mexia FOSDICK. CATHERINE MARLOWE, Houston FOSTER. BLANCHARD LEROY JR.. Shreveport, La. FOSTER. JIM L.. Longview FOSTER. ROXY BEA. Odessa FOWLER. EARL LEON. Houston FOWLER, WILLIAM LAIRD. Corpus Christi FOX, JANIS. Mason City. Iowa FRACHTMAN. RICHARD JULIAN, Houston FRANK. EDMUND PAUL. Austin FRANK. ROGER C. III. Corpus Christi FRASER. TERESA ELLEN. El Paso FREDERICK. CECIL CHARLES JR.. Cleburne FREED, IRIS MICHELLE. Galveston FREEMAN. SUZANNE. Springtown FRERKING. ERNEST GREY. Weslaco FREUDIGER. JAMES F. JR., Longview FROEHNER. ROBERT NOLAN, Dimmitt FROELICH. FRANCES ANN, Houston FUENTES. ERNEST R., San Antonio HJERST. JACK NICHOLAS. Midland FULLER. ALEXIS JOSEPH, Houston FULTON. JAMES STEWART. Austin GAFFORD. SUZANNE. Sherman GALLIA, LEONARD CHARLES, Dallas GALLMAN. DOYLE FAIRCHILD JR., Dallas GALLOWAY. MARVIN WILLIAM, Houston GANDARA, DONNA GAIL. Tyler GAPINSKI. CAROL ANN. Fort Worth GARCIA. EMEDE OLIVARES. San Diego GARCIA. MARK ANDERSON. Houston GARCIA. RICHARD ARTHUR. San Antonio GARRETT. VIRGINIA CARLYN. Atlanta. Ga. GARZA. RICARDO RAUL, Harlingon GASKIN, PATRICE LEA. San Antonio GATCHELL. CATHERINE ANN, Oklahoma City, Okl 503 J. - GAY. IRA EDGAR JR.. Waahachie GEDDIE. GLENN MELVIN. Van GEE. ROBERT WAYNE. Houston GENZER. ALFONS JOSEPH. Schulenburg GEORGE. JENNIFER ANNE. Port Arthur GEORGE. LARRY DOUGLAS. Pearland GIDEON. RALE STERLING. Lockhart GILBERT. PATRICIA ANNE, Tomball GILBERT. ROGER W., Menard GILLESPIE. DONALD LEE. Austin GILLILAN. JUDY LEE. Houston GILLORY. DAVID OLIVER III. Longview GILMORE, JOHN LESLIE. McAllen GIRAUDIN. PATRISSA ANN. Corpus Christ; GIRDLEY. DEBORAH. Midland GIVENS. JAMES ROSS. San Antonio GLASSIE. FINIS LEON. Waco GLETZER. DEBORAH IDA. Dallas GOFORTH. GAY ANN. San Antonio GOGGIN. JOHN R. JR.. Roswell. N. M. GOHLKE, SANDRA DIANE. Yorktown GOLDBECK, JACOUELIN6 LOU. San Antonio GOLDSMITH, HARRY LOUIS. Memphis. Tenn. GONZABA. YOLANDA MARIE. San Antonio GONZALEZ. NORA. Laredo GONZALEZ. ROBERT. McAllen GOODE. DONNA JO. Killeen GOODMAN. WILLIAM DALE. Somerset GORDON. KAREN GAY, San Antonio GORE. CAROLYN ANN. Sinton GORNICK. TOM W., Dallas GOTTESMAN, SANFORD L., New Orleans, La. GOZALI, SUBEKTI, Singapore GRACE, ROBERT WILLIAM. Fort Worth GRAF. PAUL ALBERT, Houston GRAHAM, PETER FRANCIS III, Dallas GRAHS. JAMES DUKE. Amarillo GRANAGHAN, JOHN THOMAS JR.. New Orleans. La. GRANER. ANN ELIZABETH, Fort Worth GRAY. KAREN LEE, Dallas GREEN. ALBERTA JUNE. Van GREEN. DEBORAH LYNN. La Marque GREENBLUM. JEFFREY LEE. Laredo GREENLEE. STEWART DAVID. Weatherford GROCE, GAYLEN LEE. Fort Worth GROSSKOPF, BILL M., Austin GUENZEL BARBARA ANN. Rusk GUERRA. SONIA MARIA, McAllen Class of 1973 GUESS. MARSHA ANN. Rogers GUILD. ROBERT BOWMAN, Austin GUINN. GWENDOLYN FAYE. Cleveland GULEKE. EDWARD SEEWALD. Amorillo GULLATT. DOWE DAVID. Austin GUNN. CAROL. Mesquite GUTHRIE, BEVERLY DIANNE. Boytown GUTIERREZ, CONRADO. Ingleside GUTIERREZ. IRMA GUADALUPE. Laredo GUY. THOMAS RAY, Burleson GUZZARDO. CHRIS CLINTON. San Antonio HAAS. BRIAN GILBERT. San Antonio HAAS. MICHAEL DAN, Corpus Christ! HAEDGE. RONALD C.. Hempstead HAFERNICK. ELIZABETH ANN. Edna HAIRE. CHARLES ROBERT. Tyler HALL. BEVERLY KAYE. Irving HAMANN. LINDA KAY. Taylor HAMILTON, DALE JAMES. Austin HAMILTON, JEFFREY LANE. Dallas HAMILTON. KATHY S.. Grand Prairie HAMILTON. LOIS JANE. Houston HAMILTON. MICHAEL ROSS, Austin HAMILTON. NANCY JOY. Kenedy HAMILTON. TERRY LEE. Mineral Wells HAMILTON. THOMAS YERXA. Houston HAMMOND. PAULA LYNN. Tyler HAND. BARBARA LEE. Houston HAND, CAROL S., Weatherford HANNA. JUDY KAY. Houston HARBOUR. JACK GORDON. Austin HARDING. CYNTHIA ANNE, Temple HARGIS. JAMES RICHARD. Houston HARKEY, CHARLES RYAN. Dalles HARPER, MICHELE LOUISE. Dallas HARPER, ROBERT WILLIAM. Artesia, N. M. HARPOOL. ROBERT THOMAS III. Denton HARRIS. CHRISTINE RAE. San Antonio HARRIS. LYNNE WORTHAM. Austin HARRISON. BARBARA ELAINE. Austin HART. RICHARD EARL. Beytown HARVEY, RANDY D.. Athens HAYNES, DON THEODORE, Corpus Christi HEDGES. NINA MARGARET. Mission HEINTSCHEL. BARNEY MORRIS. Austin HELLAND, HANS RICHARD F.. San Antonio HELLER. CHARLES FRANKLIN. El Campo HEMBREE. JANE ELLEN, Arlington 504 HENDERSON. PATTYE. Uvolde HENDERSON. SALLY. Kingwille HENDY. JUDY MOLYNEAUX. Kennard HENGST, JOHN DAVID. Austin HENNEY. MICHAEL DENNIS. Houston HENRY. JANET SAIL, Austin HENSKE. TERRY ERVIN. Bellville HENSON. KIM ALLEN. Son Angelo HERNANDEZ. IDA. Corpus Christi HERNANDEZ. JOSE LUIS, Corpus Christi HERRERA. GLORIA RIVERA. Son Antonio HIBBETTS. DONALD LEE. Humble HICKS. ROBERT M.. Amarillo HICKSON. DONALD EARL. Big Spring HIGGINS. SUZANNE D.. Houston HIGHTOWER. SCOTTIE REX, Lometa HILL. DAVID RAYMOND. Victoria HILL. JOHN SUEL. Foirfield HILL. TOMMY JIM. Amarillo HILLEY. SANDRA JO, Temple HINDS. WILLIAM LEWIS. Temple HINOJOSA. ROSARIO G.. San Diego HINTE. GARY BARTON. League City HINTZE. DAVID JOHN. Springfield. III. HOFFMAN. LOUIS ALBERT JR., San Antonio HOLLAND. SHARON MARIE. Austin HOLLINGSWORTH, ANNE E., Colorado Springs. Col. HOLLINGSWORTH. CAROL ANN, Delhi, La. HOLLOWAY, LINDA CAROLE. Raymondville HOOD. LARRY STEVEN. Tyler HOOKS. ROBERT WALDEN. Tomboll HOOPER. THOMAS E.. Mesquite HOPPE, JEANNINE ROSE. Austin HORN. DENNIS ALLEN. Son Antonio HORNE. RONALD L.. Corpus Christi HOUGEN, STEPHEN THORSHEIM. Austin HOUSE. BRENDA BETH. Tyler HOWARD, CLAUDIA ANN, Longview HOYL. MARJORIE ELIZABETH. Hurst HRNCIR. CHARLOTTE JEAN. Austin HRUSKA, THOMAS JENNINGS. Bellville HUBBARD. NANCY RUTH. Houston HUEBINGER. FRANCES MARIE. Morion HUGHES. BONNIE LYNGE. Metairie. La. HUGHES. KNOX BROWN. Houston HUMPHREY. MARGARET ANNE. Baytown HUNT. LYNDA JOYCE. Houston HUNT. MARSHA LYNN. Houston Juniors HURN. BARBARA ANN. Waxahachie HUTSON. LARRY LEE. Tylr IIMURA. SHINICHI, Utsunomiya. Japan INGRAM. LESLEA. Roswell. N.M. IVY. LARRY RAYMOND. Fairfield JACKSON. CLAUDIA S.. Fort Worth JACKSON, KENNETH EDWARD JR.. Edinburg JACOBSON. DONALD PAUL. New Orleans. La. JACOBSON, STEVEN KARL. Garland JAHN, DENISE ANNE, Yoakum JAMES. KATHLEEN MONICA. Houston JAMES, STEPHEN TROY. San Antonio JAMESON. ROBERT E.. Dallas JANDA. MICHAEL F., Houston JANECKA. PHYLLIS MARIE. Weimar JANSEN. WILLIAM DANIAL. Dallas JASTER, TERESA ROSE, La Grange JAVUREK. JAMENE FRANCES. Austin JELEN. CHRISTIE. Beaumont JENKINS. KATHLEEN DIANE. San Antonio JESCHKE. PHYLLIS JAN, Miles JIMENEZ, ALMA EDNA. Son Antonio JOHNSON. BARBARA SUE. Mount Pleasant JOHNSON. BRUCE ALAN. Houston JOHNSTON. ELIZABETH ANNE. Vernon JOHNSTON. JUDITH JOAN. Austin JOHNSTON. JUDY LYNN. Houston JONES. BETTY. Marlin JONES, JACK KELLY. Paris JONES. JAMES KEITH. Dallas JONES. JESSE HOLMAN JR.. Houston JONES. JUDITH DAVIDSON. Kerrville JONES. MARGARET ANN, Houston JONES. MARTHA CATHERINE. Lubbocl JONES. RANDALL GWENYTH. Richardson JORDAN. SHARI DIANNE. Austin JURIK. THOMAS WAYNE. Beoumont JUSTICE. KAREN LYNNE. Tyler KAHN. KAREN RAE. Milwaukee. Wise. KAMENITSA. LAURA KATHERINE. Fort Worth KANKEL. DANIEL RAY. Brenhom KAPLAN. RICHARD MILES. Houston KARIN. MARSHALL JAY. San Antonio KARPEL. MARK DAVID. San Antonio KATT. DEIRDRE JEAN. Baytown KAUFFMANN, JANET, Fort Worth KEENEY, HUEY C. JR.. Houston KEGANS. JAMES RUSSELL. Richardson SOS KELLY, CHRISTINA J., Houston KELLY, ROBERT DALE, Rockwall KELMAN, MARSHA, San Antonio KENNEDY, THOMAS JAREL. Farmersville KENT, BONNIE JOYCE, Cincinnati. Ohio KERR. HARRIS EASTHAM. Midland KERSHNER. KAREN. Port Arthur KEY. ROGER ALAN. Lubbock KEY. SUSANNA, Marshall KIES, ROGER FLETCHER. San Antonio KINARD. DAN THOMAS. Tempi. KING. JENNIFER SUSAN. Houston KING, KAREN ANNE. Port Arthur KING. SUSAN ELEANOR. San Antonio KING. WILLIAM EDWARD. San Antonio KIRKLAND, BETTY KATHLEEN. Baytown KIRKLAND. MARGARET ELIZABETH. Fort Worth KIRKMAN. LEITHA LYNN. Texarkana KLAEHN, ROY HERMAN, Fredericksburg KLEEMAN, JUDITH ELLEN. Houston KLEIN. ALVIN W., Gonjales KLEIN. ANDREW FREDERICK. Houston KLESEL. DONNA GAYLE. Schulenburg KLETT, TAYLOR SAMUEL. Fredericksburg KLEVENHAGEN. CECILIA MARIE. San Antonio KNAPPENBERGER. KAREN LYNN. Dallas KOELLING. DEBORAH JEAN. Tyler KORNBLATT, BART AMES, Dallas KOTHMANN. KAREN. Son Antonio KOTT. GARY DUANE. Fredericksburg KOVAR. LARRY RAYMOND. Graham KRENEK. PATRICIA ANN. Victoria KRISTOF MARCIA KAY, San Antonio KROLL. CHARLOTTE, Austin KUEHN, PEGGY LYNNE, Houston KUSIN, GARY M, Te.arkana KUYKENDALL, THOMAS ROBERT, Fort Worth KWOK, WALTER YIU-KAY, Hong Kong KYLE. JOSEPH C. JR., Houston LA FOLLETTE. GLENA CRAIG, McKinney LAKEY. DAVID JOSEPH, Austin LAMBRECHT. CHERIE C.. Fort Worth LAMON ELLEN REGENE, San Antonio LANDERS. JERRY BURNEY, Longview LANDRETT, VICKI LU. Tulsa. Okla. LANGFORD, ELIZABETH ANN. Henderson LANGFORD. SUZANNE BEATRICE, Austin LANGLEY, RITA KAY. Big Spring Class of 1973 LANHAM. CAROL NANETTE. Houston LANIER. HOLLY SUSAN. Austin LANTRIP. STEPHEN ORIAN, Austin LAROQUE. STEVEN LANE. Brownwood LATTA, LAURA BARBARA. Ft. Huachuca. Arii. LAWHON. BARBARA JEAN. Floresville LAWRENCE. ELIZABETH GRACE. Kerrville LAWS, SHELLY ANN, Fort Worth LAZARUS, RONA SUSAN. Tyler LEACH. HARRY SWAN JR.. Teas City LEAL, RAFAELA LEOS, Austin LEE, SHERRITA DORIS. Houston LEGLER. JANET CLAIRE, Houston LEHMAN, LARRY NEAL. Kyle LEHR. RALPH EDWARD JR., San Antonio LENDRUM. JOHN JAMES. Midland LENTZ. EDWIN LAMAR. Houston LEONARD. DIANE ELIZABETH. Kerrville LEQUEUX, JULIE MONIOUE. Port Arthur LEVI. ALAN HAROLD. McGehee. Ark. LEVIN, DEBRA ANN, Dallas LEVIN. NEIDRA MICHELE. Texas City LEVINSON. KAY MARILYN. Austin LEVIT, DONALD NEAL. Houston LEVY. ANN MATHILDE. Houston LEW. KAREN JOYCE. San Antonio LEWIS. LUTHER JACKSON. Greenville LIECK. SAMUEL LOUIS. Sen Antonio LIESMAN. LINDA ANN. Boerne LINDER. PAMELA GAY. Austin LIPPINCOTT. DAVID GRANT, Wichita Falls LITTLEPAGE. THOMAS HENDRA JR., Dallas LITTRELL. LESLIE GAIL. Wichita Falls LLOYD. MAURINE LOUISE. Dallas LLOYD. THOMAS DONALD. Hallsville LOCKLEAR. MIKE L.. Belton LOCKWOOD. RANDOLPH, San Antonio LOGGIE, BRUCE PEGUES, Wichita Falls LONGBOTHAM. JAYLIE IONE. Monahans LONGORIA. FRANK MANUEL. Corpus Christi LONGORIA. JOSE NOE, Edinburg LOPEZ. LARRY ANTHONY, San Antonio LOPEZ. SYLVIA RODRIQUEZ. San Antonio LOUDERMILK. HUBERT LEE. Delias LOVE. MARY ALICE. Austin LOWRY. BELVA LEE. Austin LUTES. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN III. Dallas LYONS, MONICA LOUISE. Houston 506 MA. JAMES. Hong Kong MACE. MARILYN ANN. Houston MACKSON. RUBY LOUISE. Austin MAGLIOLO. THERESA MARIE. Dickinson MAILEY. JAMES FORD. Midland MAINES. JAMES WALTER. Rockdale MAJEWSKI. MARY ANNE. Bremond MAJOR. SUSAN RUTH. Houston MALAS. MAZEN SALAH. Amman. Jordan MALES. BETTY CAROL. Richmond MALLOY. JAMES MELVIN. Baytown MALMSTEAD. BREDNA LOUISE, New Braunfels MANECKE. DEBRA JOAN, Randolph AFB MANFREDO, MICHAEL JOSEPH. Fort Lauderdale. Fla. MANGHAM. GLENDA KAY. Orange MANLY. KAREN SUE. Arlington MANN. FRANCIS DIANE. Kerrvill MANN. SHERYL SUE. Austin MARCEAU. EVA MARIA. San Antonio MARDOCK. JEAN MARY. Dallas MARKS. GARY LEE. Diana MARSHALL. CLYDE CHRISTOPHER. Fort Worth MARSHALL. RANDY WAYNE. Lufkin MARTIN, ALICE ELIZABETH. Baytown MARTIN. BARBARA JEAN. Frankston MARTIN. MARTHA LUCY. San Antonio MARTINA. HERMAN JOHN. El Paso MARTINEZ. ALICE. San Antonio MARTINEZ. DEBRA ANN. San Diego MARTINEZ. ISABEL AIDE. Harlingon MARTINEZ. LUIS NOE. San Diego MATTHEWS. BRUCE AUSTIN, San Antonio MATTHIESSEN, SUSAN. San Antonio MAY. DEBORAH ANN. Dallas MAYER. MARK STEVEN. Mobile. Ala. MAYO. PAMELA DIANE. Fort Walton Beach, Fla. MAYS. RICHARD ROY. Houston McAFEE. HUGH ALLEN. Houston McAFEE. JACK TERRY. Austin McALISTER, ANGELENE CAROL. Oklahoma City. Okla. McCALLUM, HERMAN WAYNE. Rowlett McCALLY. DEBORAH CAROL. Austin McCARROLL. GREGORY DUNCAN. Pampa MCCARTNEY. JOHN SCOTT. San Antonio McCARTY. MARY JANE. Dallas McCLAIN. GRACIE DOLORES, Brownsville McCULLOUGH. LUJET CLEMENTS. Burnet McCULLOUGH. STEPHEN WESLEY. Orange Juniors McCULLY. GARY PIERCE, Fort Worth McCUMBER. GREGG SCHUYLER. Brownsville McDANIEL. HELEN, r-ampa MCDONALD. ROBERT R.. Austin MCDOWELL. ROBERT TODD. Houston McELRATH. ROBERT LEE, San Angelo McFARLAND. BILL THOMAS. Eclhart McFARLAND. STANLEY JEFFERSON III. Potomac, Md. McGEHEE. DAVID YOUNG. La Marque MclLVAIN. REBECCA JANE. Austin MclNNIS. ELIZABETH. Harlingon MclVER. THOMAS JOSEPH. Houston McKEE. LARRY MICHAEL. Fort Worth McKINNEY. JOAN. Rockdale McNAMARA, ADDIS TAYLOR. Waco McPHERSON LYNN. Alvin McREYNOLDS. BETTY. Longview McSPADDEN. SAMMY KAY, Ouanah MEADOWS. SUZANNE. Houston MEHAN. RUTH LOUISE. Dallas MEISMER. JOHN MAYNARD. Columbus MELTON. SUSAN IRENE. Richardson MENGELKOCH. MARY ANN. Arlington MERCER. BLAIR GRAY JR.. Dallas MERRITT. MARGARET ZANES. Dallas MERRITT. REED MONTGOMERY. Terrell MEURET. MARY JOLENE. Yorktown MEYER. LINDA MARIE. Alvin MEYER. MICHAEL DAVID. Corpus Christi MICHAEL. ERMINE. Hearne MIDDLETON. JEFFREY CLIFTON, San Antonio MILLER. BARKLEY THOMSON, San Antonio MILLER. DOUGLAS WALTER. Austin MILLER, MARIETTE. McKinney MILLER. THEODORE B. JR.. Houston MILLS. MARILYN DJENADI. Pleasanton MILSTEAD. THOMAS HEWES. Houston MITCHELL. DOUGLAS GILBERT. Springfield. Va. MITCHELL. MARCELLA. Austin MITCHELL. ROBERT TERRY. Del Rio MONROE. JAMIE LEE. Kilgore MONTGOMERY. JIMMY CHARLES. Hamilton MOODY. THOMAS EDWARD JR.. San Antonio MOORE. ALAN ARTHUR, Austin MOORE, CAROLYN JOYCE, Dallas MOORE. GEORGE PROCTOR Houston MOORE. JUDY KAY. San Antonio MOORE. MARTHA KATHLEEN. Dallas 507 MOORE. SHIRLEY IRENE, Houston MORGAN. BRETT PORTER. Dallas MORGAN, LAURA KATHLEEN. Austin MORGAN, MARY ANNE. Amarillo MORGAN, RODNEY BLAKE, Austin MORGAN. THOMAS SIDNEY, Kansas City, Mo. MORRIS. JANE EMELIA. New Boston MORRIS. LARRY EDWARD. Austin MORRIS. MICHAEL F.. Odessa MOSELEY. KENNETH SCOTT. Longview MOSES, DEBORAH LEE. Dallas MOULD. DOUGLA S EDWARD. Hutchinson. Kan. MOYERS. ALFRED JEFFERSON, Ferris MUCHA. DAVID, San Antonio MULKEY, OREN ANSLEM JR.. San Antonio MULLINS, JIM BOB, Lampasas MUNNEKE. MARLA KAY. Alice MUNSON. CATHY SUE. Austin MUNTZ. LINDA SUE. Tyler MUNZ. TIMOTHY RAY. Brentiam MURCHISON, CAREN JANE. Austin MURPHY. DEBRA JONES. Fort Worth MURPHY, GRADY FRED. Fort Worth MURPHY, MARY LYNN. Houston MURPHY. RANDALL ARCHIE. Tyler MURPHY. ROSS LEE, Tyler MUSTON. MICHAEL GLYNN. La Porte MYERS. CYNTHIA SUE. Amarillo MYRES. ROBERT FRED. Corpus Christi NAHKUNST. MICHAEL ANTHONY, Richardson NAMKEN, PATSY ANN. Bastrop NARENDORF. BERNI A.. San Antonio NAUGHTON. JUDITH ANN. Denton NEL8ERT, ROZANN, Shreveport. La. NELSON, JULIE ANN, Kerrville NELSON, LINDA KAY. Pasadena NESBITT. STEPHEN ALAN, Corpus Christi NEU, ELAINE V., Alpine NEWMAN. GARY LEE, Arlington NEWMAN, VALERIE ANN. Fort Worth NEWTON. KATHERINE. Beaumont NICKLAS. TERRI SUE. Tearlana NIPPER, LAURIE LYNNE. Dallas NIXON, JANIS LEE. Austin NORMAN. JACK, Dallas NORMAN. JAMES CLYDE. San Antonio NORMAN. JAMES H.. Kensington, Md. NORRIS. JOHN TAYLOR, Tyler Class of 1974 NORTON, EDWIN KIEST, Dallas NUS. MICHELE LOUISE, Houston O ' DONNELL. PATRICK H.. Austin OLScN. LINDA LOUISE. Seabrooli O MALLEY, SUZANNE MARIE, Richardson ORTIZ, SANDRA. Laredo OWEN. VIRGINIA RUTH, El Paso OWENS. KENNETH LEE. Teague OWINGS, JAMES MATT. Longview OZMUN. KATHERINE JEANNE. Midland PAGE. BARBARA RUTH. San Antonio PALMER, KATHLEEN L.. San Antonio PALMER. MICHAEL JOSEPH, Longview PALMORE. RICHARD MICHAEL. Austin PALOUSEK. CONSTANCE ANN. Dallas PANKRATZ, DONNA RAYE. Comfort PARK. CHRISTINE ELLEN, San Antonio PARKER. SUSAN ANN, Ballinger PARKER. WILLIAM MAXWELL, Comanche PARMA. STEPHEN JOHN. San Antonio PARRISH. NORMAN WILTON, Denton PASHER. TONI GAIL. Dallas PATTERSON. SUZANNE. Gilmer PAYNE. DAPHNE DIANE. Houston PAYNE. HARRY J.. Lawrenceville. III. PEGUES. CHRISTOPHER CHARLES. Crystal City PENCE, PHILLIP RAY, Tyler PENN, GARY RUDOLPH. Rusk PENNEBAKER. E. STRODE. Corpus Christi PEPPER. SUSAN JEAN. Denver. Col. PERKINS, DEBORAH RACHEL Paris PERRYMAN. CURTIS L. JR.. Tyler PETERSON. CYNTHIA K.. Burnsville, Minn. PETRASH JACKIE RAY, Fort Worth PETTIT. MIKEL HOUSTON. Falfurrias PFAFF. TONY EARL. Abilene PFEIL. DANIEL STEVEN, Sen Antonio PHANEUF. RICHARD GREGORY. Marion PHILLIPS, DEBORAH MARGARET. Baytown PHILLIPS. PAMELA. Lewisville PIAZZA. NANCY ANN. Houston PIERCE, LAWRENCE SCOTT, Dalles PIGOTT, JOHN DOWLING. Stephenville PINCHBACK. CAROLYN LOUISE. Baytown PINNELL, GARY RAY. San Antonio PINNELL. LANA SHARON Dallas PITTS, SUSAN DIANE. Piggott. Ark. PLEMONS. THOMAS D., Waco 508 POHLER, DONALD JAMES. Moulton POLLARD, MARTHA LUCILLE. Houston POLUNSKY. VALERIE JO. San Antonio PORTER. REBECCA ANN. T y lr PORTERFIELD. JOHN DAVID. Waco POSEY. PAMELA RUTH. Dallas POSS. JAMES MICHAEL. Dallas POSTMA. ANN LYNN. Amarillo POTTS. BARBARA ANN. San Antonio POUJOL. MELISSA ANN. Houston POWELL. DAVID LESLIE. Dallas POWELL. HAROLD JAMES. New Boston POWELL. WILLIAM RAYMOND. Vernon PRAGER, KAREN JEAN. Dallas PRASATIK. HAROLD KEITH. Rosenberg PRESSLEY, WILLIAM MICHAEL. Kirbyville PRESTON. JAN. Midland PRESTON. SUZANNE. Childress PRICE. LAWRENCE WILLIAM, Houston PRIDDY. BETTY HORNE. Dallas PRIDGEON. RHONDA MARIE. San Antonio PRIE8E. ROY RODMAN. Big Spring PRINGLE JAMES ALBERT. Irving PRITCHARD. BARBARA JEAN. Seabroot PROCK. CONNIE IRENE. Donton PROFT, ROBERT WAYNE, Port Arthur PULLAM, JOE CHARLES. Corpus Christi PUNG. DOUGLAS ANDREW. Conroe PYLE. CARLA JAN. Tyler OUILLEN. BARBARA CAMILLE. Austin RABEL. SELMA SUE. Weimar RABUN. ROBIN ANN. Dallas RADER, CHERYL LYNN. Austin RAMEY. LUCRETIA ANN. Baytown RAMON, REBECCA EMILIA. Rio Grande City RAPP. ELIZABETH ANNE. Estelline RAPPEPORT. JOE. Longview RASCOE. SUSAN JANE. Kingsville RATH. DEBRA KAY. Crosby RAY. JAMES DOUGLAS. Houston RAY. MARY PAMELA. Houston RAY. RANDALL GLEN. Fort Worth REAVES. VIVIAN GAYLE. Houston RECH. MARCIA EILEEN, Fredericksburg RECH. MICHAEL ANTHONY. Austin REED, CHERYL ANN. Tyler REED, CHRISTOPHER H.. Dallas REED, ELIZABETH ANN. Eagle Lake Juniors REED. THOMAS JOE. Lancaster REEVE. CHARLES GARY. Houston REEVES. ALAN WALTER. Austin REEVES. PHILIP LANSING. Austin REICHENBACH, PATRICIA ANN, Taylor REILLY. KATHERINE JEAN. San Antonio REINHARD. JOAN YVONNE. San Antonio REINSCH. JANET KATHERINE. San Antonio REUTER. LARRY MICHAEL. Houston REVELEY. LOUIS RAMON. Austin REYNOLDS. NANCY LEE. Austin REYNOLDS. TIMOTHY JAY. Sherman RICE. LINDA SUE. San Antonio RICHEY. KENNETH ALBERT. Beaumont RILEY. WILLIAM H. IV.. Austin RING. DIANNE. Houston RIOJAS. MARIA ELENA. Eagle Pass RITCHEY. LINDA KANA. La Grange RIVERS. GEORGE ANN. Bryan ROADES. JOHN LESLIE. Wharfon ROBERSON. VIRGINIA JOYCE. Rosenberg ROBERTS. KENNETH R.. Dallas ROBERTS. RICHARD JEFFREY. Midland ROBERTSON. CHARLES AUDREY. Corpus Christi ROBERTSON. THERESA SHARON. Vernon ROBILLARD. DONALD FRANCIS JR.. Berwyn. Pa. ROBINSON. LAURA LYNN. Temple ROBLEZ. YOLANDA L.. Dallas ROD. ANTHONY WAYNE. El Campo RODEN. CATHY LU. Houston RODRIGUEZ. ALEXANDER H. JR.. San Antonio RODRIGUEZ. CESAR SIMON. Caracas. Veneiuela RODRIGUEZ. RICHARDO. Brownsville RODRIGUEZ. RICHARD RENE. Weslaco ROGERS. BRUCE WILSON. Dickinson ROGERS MARY FRIEDRICH. San Antonio ROOT. ADITA LYNN. Terrell ROSALES. ROBERT RUDOLPH. San Marcos ROSEN. DAVID BENNETT. Dallas ROSENTHAL. ALAN RAY. Dallas ROSENTHAL. GWENN ELLEN. Beaumont ROTTNER. PATRICIA LYNN. Waco ROYAL. RONALD DOUGLAS. Wichita Falls RUBENKOENIG. RALPH DAVID. Fort Worth RUDEL BONNIE ARLENE. Dallas RUMMELL. VICKI LYNN, Dnton RUSH. PAMELA ANN. Denton RUSSELL. HELEN LEIGH. Belton 509 RUSSELL. JOHN EMERSON. Beaumont RUSSELL. TERRY BRENT. Austin RUTTY, JUDY LAVERNE. Port Arthur RYAN, JAMES MICHAEL II. San Antonio RYAN. MICHAEL ANDREW. Houston RYBISKI. MIKIE MARION, Dallas RYLANDER. GARY RAY, Austin SALAZAR, R. A., San Antonio SALE, ELIZABETH L, Vicksburg, Miss. SANCHEZ, ELIAS. Corpus Christi SANDBERG. NANCY JANELLE. Austin SANDERS. ALICE MAY. Harlingen SANFORD. JANET LEA, Brownsville SAUER. EDWARD HUGH. Houston SAUNDERS. CAROL. Houston SCHEAR. NANCY ANNE, Mobile. Ala. SCHMIDT. MARILYN SUE. Corpus Christi SCHMIDT. RICHARD EDWARD. Marble Falls SCHNITZER. DANA LOUIS. San Antonio SCHOENVOGEL, ANN ELISE. Houston SCHOLLENBERGER. JAN. Richardson SCHOPPE, BYRON DOUGLAS, Houston SCHULZE. ERIC WILLIAM, Dallas SCHUMAN, JEANETTE, Lockhart SCHUMANN. PAUL. Dallas SCHUTZA. JERRY LESLIE, Fort Worth SCHWARTZ. ARMOND G. JR.. Hallettsville SCHWARTZ. FAYE LYNN, Fort Worth SCOTT, SUSAN LOUISE, Weatherford SCOTT. WILLIAM BUERK. Dallas SEALE. LANA JEAN. Comfort SEALS. LAURA SHIRLEY. Dallas SEBESTA, CHARLEEN SHIRLEY. Bellville SEIDEL. HELEN FRANCES, San Antonio SERNA. OLIVIA LIBBY, Crystal City SEWALL. NANCY JANE. Palestine SEYBOLD. MARY COCHRANE. Houston SHAW, RICHARD EARL JR.. Austin SHELAN. EVAN BARRY. Roscoe SHEPPARD. MARGARET, Port Arthur SHEPPARD, SUSAN NELL. Teague SHIELDS. TERRY SUE. Fort Worth SHIMEK. JOHN CARL. Argyle SHIRK. CRAIG KENT. Austin SHIRLEY, WALTER WAYNE, Denison SHOLTESS, DEBRA ANN, Conroe SHUFORD, WILLIAM CARROLL JR., Dallas SIDOTI, SHIRLEY JEANNE, Bonham Class of 1974 SIKES. RONALD LEWIS, Sweeney SIMMONS, CARROLL LEE, Richardson SIMMONS, SUSAN DIANE, Dallas SIMPSON, CYNTHIA LEE. Bonham SIMS. ALVIS JEROME. Groesbock SKAGGS. JANET. Freeport SLATOR. DEBORAH LOUISA. Austin SMITH. BETTE MARLEEN. Lampasas SMITH. CAROLYN GAIL. Houston SMITH. CHARLES DANIEL. Houston SMITH. DENNIS KYLE. Tyl.r SMITH. ELLEN GARY. Waco SMITH. EMMITT SHELTON. Andrews SMITH. JAMES WESTON. Chatham. N. J. SMITH, JANET LYNN. Winnsboro SMITH. JOY EILEEN. Port Isabel SMITH. LINDA ANN. Dallas SMITH. MARION ALLEN. Livingston SMITH. MARVIN BRYANT. Wichita Foils SMITH, RHONDA SUE. Duncanville SMITH. VIRGINIA SUE. Borger SNELL. KYLE SUZANNE. Houston SNOWDY, ELIZABETH C.. Port Lavaca SO. PETER CHAN, Hong Kong SOIKOWSKI, KAREN (=., San Antonio SON, JAMES RANDOLPH. Plainview SONNENBERGER. ROBERT S., Austin SONNTAG. NANCY LEE. Dallas SOUSARES, LYNN SCOTT. Austin SPEARS. CAROLYN B.. San Antonio SPECK. SALLY LUCY. Smyrna. Go. SPEIGHT. HARRIETT C.. Texarkona SPENCE, SCOTT MARCUS. Conroe SPENCER. CONSTANCE LEE. San Antonio SPENCER. JOHN RICHARD. Gilmer SPRING. CAROL V.. Austin SPRING. CHARNITA. Lufkin SPRINGER. MARJORIE SUE. West Columbia SPROTT. RONALD DAVID. Kerrvill. STAGNER. MICHAEL E.. Levelland STANDLEY. BARRY HOWARD. McKinney STANSBURY. SUZANNE, Houston STARK. MARY JO, Son Antonio STEFKA, MARILYN LOUISE, Angleton STEHLING, PATRICK RALPH, Fredericksburg STEIN, PAUL LAWRENCE. Austin STEINHEBEL. TERRANCE LEROY. San Antonio STEPHENSON, REBECCA JAN, Longview 510 STEWART. ENDS ROGER JR.. Sugar Land STEWART. MICHAEL JOHN. Prairie Village. Kans. STOCKTON. DAVID LAWRENCE, Fort Worth STOCKTON. GARY LYNN. Victoria STOEVER, WALTER EDWARD. La Grange STOHL. KRIS TIN. Dallas STOKES. ALEXIS NAN. Aleandria. Va. STONE. MINDY JOYCE. Tyler ST. ONGE, SALLY BETH. Corpus Christi STORY, JERYL WAYNE. Buffalo STOVALL. EDWARD ROGERS. Crosby STRAWBRIDGE. KAREN MARIE. Victoria STRICKLAND. RAYMOND L.. San Antonio STRICKLER. JACQUELYN FAYE. Baytown STRONG. ROBERT CHATMAN JR.. Joaquin STUDEBAKER. LINDA SUSAN, Ravmondville SUTTON. JOHN EWING. Austin SWAIN. RACHEL ANN. San Antonio SWAN. JAMES ALAN. Surleson SWEET, GARY LEWIS. Miami. Fla. SWINDALL. KERMIT LEE. Gatesville SYNATSCHK. MARTIN EARNEST. Midland SZABUNIEWICZ. CHARLES HENRY. Bryan TABOR, CHRISTOPHER C.. Fort Worth TACOUARD, PHYLLIS E.. Galveston TALIAFERRO. TED CASS, Mount Pleasant TALLEY. SUSAN GRIER. Houston TALLEY, SUSAN JANE. San Antonio TAMBURELLO. NANCY MELINDA. Houston TANKERSLEY, LIZABETH. Terrell TARLTON, JOHN YERBY. Austin TAUSEND PATRICIA ANN, Pasadena TAWIL. SALEEM. Portland TAYLOR, LARRY DALE, Big Spring TAYLOR, MICHAUX CAGE. Baton Rouge. La. TAYLOR. REBECCA JEAN. Longview TAYLOR. TERRI ANN. San Antonio TERRELL. WILLIAM LEE, Greenville TERRY. DAVID RANKIN. Loraine THIELEMANN. FLORA DEAN. Industry THOMAS. ELLWOOD LYNARD. Houston THOMAS, FRANCES CLAIRE, Austin THOMAS. JOHN CARROLL. Houston THOMAS. RONALD GEORGE. Dickinson THOMAS. SUSAN BELL. Dallas THOMASON, NANCY MARIE. Jacksonville THOMPSON. BRUCE L.. Fort Worth THOMPSON. KATHERINE REYNOLDS. Kerrville Juniors THOMPSON. MICHAEL R.. San Antonio THOMPSON, ROGER DALE. Grand Saline THORNTON. JAMIE, Olney THORNTON. THURMAN DOUGLAS. Fort Worth TIB8ETTS. MICHAEL EDEN. Groves TIBBITTS. MARIAN NANETTE. San Antonio TILLY. JOHN ROLAND. Andrews TIMKO. MERRIANNE JILL. Houston TIMMONS. ELIZABETH ANN, Fort Worth TIPS. JEANENE M.. Dallas TISH. DONNA LYNN. Houston TJERNAGEL. CATHY SUE. Amarillo TOLL. LINDA FAY. Austin TOMBERLIN. ROBERT GUY III. Amarillo TOOKE. CHARLES THOMAS. Texarkana TOWSLEY, DANIEL KENT, Azle TRACY. LYNN. Houston TRAPP, BARBARA JANE. Dallas TRLICA. JACK SCOTT. Pleasanton TRODLIER. MARSHA SUE HOPE. Sinton TROIANO. KATHERINE ANN. Austin TROY. STEVEN BRUCE, Midland TSCHOEPE, MICHAEL DAVID. Austin TSEVAT. DANIEL. Cincinnati. Ohio TUCKER. CYNTHIA. Grand Prairie TUCKER. JOHN PYNE. Pasadena TUNE, BILLY CARL Andrews TURNER. BETTY SUE. Corpus Christi TURNER. NEOMIA. Amarillo TURNER. ROSALIND JOYCE. Grand Prairie TYROCH. JERRY DANIEL JR.. Temple ULRICH. JOHN MASIL. Troy. Mich. URBANOVSKY. MARY LOU. Aquilla USELTON. SAMUEL PARKER. Lubbock USSERY, EDITH MYRAM. Austin UTTENWEILER. CHRISTINE ESTELLE. Houston VALADEZ. CARLOS LAURO. Channahon. III. VALIGURA. KATHLEEN CHRISTINE. Angleton VANCE. BETTY ANN, Edna VANDE HEY, DALE MICHAEL. Austin VAN DE WIELE. JOHN A., Walnut Grove. Mini VAN DE WIELE. LORNA HACKE. Houston VAN NESS. JOHN A.. San Antonio VAN WINKLE. JO BETH, Wilmer VAN ZANT, JOHN EDWIN. San Antonio VERRETT, RONALD GREGG, Baton Rouge. La. VERTREES. ALAN DAVID. Austin VICKREY, RICHARD ALLAN. Pensacola. Fla. 511 VORNSAND. KURT THEVFR, Schulenburg VOWELL. CATHY LYNN. San Antonio WAODELL. MARSHA HELEN. Fort Worth WADE. KAREN LYNN. Dallas WADE. MARTHA JANE. Austin WADE. RONALD ELLIS. Gilmer WALDHAUSER. MELANIE MARGARET, Houston WALDMAN, STEPHEN ALAN, Dallas WALES. DEBORA JEANNE. Palo Alto, Calif. WALKER, CHARLES RAYMOND, Tyler WALKER, JACK REW, Shreveport, La. WALKER, MATTHEW MAYNARD. Tyler WALLACE. BYRON KENT, Fort Worth WALLACE. MARK BRYAN, Fort Smith, Art. WALSH. RICHARD LEE. Forf Worth WALTER, JAMES HARRISON. Dallas WALTERS. CAROL LYNN. Longview WALTERS. JANIS LYNN. Waco WARD. STANLEY RUSSELL. Houston WARE, CYNTHIA, Bella, WARREN, RONNIE LYNN, Austin WASHINGTON. CAROLYN ELIZABETH. Houston WATERS, LELAND WYATT, Pampa WATLER. MARK COLLINS. Beaumont WATSON. GARY LYNN, Hillsboro WATSON. JUDY MARSHA. Amarillo WATSON. LOIS M.. Houston WATSON. PHILLIP ALAN, Shreveport. La. WEAVER, JANICE SYBLE. Corpus Christ! WEBB. PAMELA SUE, Pasadena WEDDELL. WILLIAM ALAN. Lale Jackson WEIDNER. CHESTER PAUL JR., Houston WEINER. DEBRA RAE, Houston WELCH. MELINDA JOAN. Houston WELDON. ROBERT DAVID. Irving WELGE. JACK HERMAN JR., Austin WELHOELTER, MOLLIE SUE. Houston WELLS. THOMAS MANN. Richardson WENDE. DIANE ELAINE. Houston WENDLANDT, HELEN KAY. Austin WERKENTHIN. MARIE LOUISE. Austin WERST, JOHN JAMES, Big Lake WESTMORELAND, BRADLEY. Houston WESTON. MELISSA NOEL. Houston WETUSKI. VIRGINIA C.. Austin WHARTON. LESLIE ANN, Beaumont WHEELER, RICHARD DOYLE. Austin WHITAKER, RICHARD B., Carthage Class of 1974 WHITE. DOUGLAS ALAN, Morgantown, W. Va. WHITE. EDWIN HARDY JR.. Rocksprings WHITE. GARY WRENN. Rockoale WHITE. MARILYN. Corpus Christi WHITSON. KENNETH WESLEY, Dallas WHITWORTH. JOSEPH T. III. Houston WIDMEYER. GEORGE ROBERT III, Cincinnati. Ohic WIGGINTON, LARRY JOE. San Antonio WILOASIN. MARY PENELOPE. Harlingen WILEMON. TERRI LYNNE, Dallas WILKINSON, LINDA ANNE, San Antonio WILLIAMS. BILLIE JO ANN. Houston WILLIAMS. GEORGE TERRY. San Antonio WILLIAMS. GLENN HIGBEE. Austin WILLIAMS. JACK SPENCER. Gilmer WILLIAMS, JOYCE CAROL. San Antonio WILLIAMS. LINDA MAY, Richardson WILLIAMS. LOIS JANE. Dallas WILLIAMS. MARK THOMAS. La Porte WILLIAMS. THOMAS JOSEPH. Fort Worth WILLIAMSON. KAREN ELIZABETH. San Antonio WILLIS. ALLAN GRANT. Caldwell WILLMON. KENNETH DALE. Levelland WILSON. CATHY GALE. Marshall WILSON. GWENDOLYN FAYE. Texas City WILSON. IDELLA D.. Guaynabo. Puerto Rico WILSON. JAMES OWEN. Austin WILSON. ROGER NEAL. Auitin WINFREY. CINDY LOU. Wichita Falls WISE. ROBERT ALLEN. Houston WITCHER. DIANE SUE. Amarillo WOLF. BARRY HOWARD. Longview WOLFE. ROLAND TAMPLIN. Houston WOLFMUELLER. JEAN MARTHA. Kerrville WOLFMUELLER. JOAN GRACE. Kerrville WOLTMAN. GLENN RAY. Marlin WOO. ME6 H.. San Antonio WOO. WINSTON. San Antonio WOOD. CEDRIC SCOTT. Weslaco WOOD. GLENA EARLENE. Ardmore. Okla. WOODS. SHARON MARIE. Houston WOODWARD. BETSY. Houston WOOLARD. DEIRDRE JEAN, Garland WOYTEK. BARBARA JEAN, Deer Park WRIGHT. BETTY JANE. Dallas WRIGHT, STEPHEN BLOUNT. Dallas WYLIE. CYNTHIA LEE. Dallas WYNNE. MARTHA VIRGINIA. Dallas 512 WYNNE. WRENO SMITH. Dallas YARBROUGH, CHRISTY JANE. Houston YAR " ROUGH. RICHARD ALVIN. Waco YOCK. BRADFORD EDWIN. Amarillo YOUNG. MICHAEL STEVEN. Hamlin YOUNG. NANCY LASETTA. Humble YOUNGBLOOO. CATHEY JANE. Sherman YUSPEH. LARRY MARVIN. New Orleans. La. ZABEL. MARK PATRICK. Woodsboro ZEDLER. LYNN MARIE. Austin ZEIGLER. RANDALL BOYD. Dallas ZIMMERMANN. GEORGE ANTHONY. Dallas ZIMMERMAN. SUSAN LYNN. San Antonio ZINNANTE. MARIAN ANGELA, Houston ZIZELMANN. CAROLYN NELL. Houston ZOLLER. JANET FRANCES, Groves ZORN. MARTHA ANN, Kilgore ZWIEBEL, KLAYLEA KAY. Houston Juniors 513 ABEL. SUSAN ELAINE. Buckholts ACKER, HELEN ANN. Freer ADAMS. BOBBIE JEAN, Houston ADAMS, DAN PHILLIPS, Houston ADAMS, DIANA RASAN. Slen Rose ADAMS. JAMES E. C., Bonhem ADAMS. JANIS RUTH. Houston ADAMS. SAMMY JACK JR.. Richardson ADAMS. WILLIAM WESLEY. Conroe ADDICKS. LINDA SAY, Bellaire AOIN, RICHARD LOUIS, Dallas ADKINS, JOHN AUGUST. Houston AIKEN. JOE MICHAEL. Wichita Falls AIRHART. DIXON ANN. Anna ALRED, VAL ANTHONY. Houston ALEXANDER, NEIL KENTON JR.. Fort Worth ALEXANDER. SHANE CONRAD. San Angelo ALLEMAN. CATHERINE ELAINE. Orange ALLEY. SANDRA DAWN, Houston ALPERT. EMILY J.. Houston ALTHAUS. VOY ERNEST JR., Houston ALVARADO. DIANA DELIA, Laredo AMENT, JOHN CHARLES, Gatesville ANDERS. VICKIE JEANNINE. Beaumont ANDERSON. ANNETTE ALLENE. Poteet ANDERSON. GLENNELLE, Pasadena ANDERSON, LARRY OSCAR, Austin ANDERSON. PAULETTE SUE, Cleburne ANDREWS, LAURA LEE. San Antonio ANGELL. REBECCA GAIL. Cameron APOSTOLIS, MARIA CHRISTINE. Houston ARATOON. BRODRICK C.. Houston ARNOLD. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM III. Houston ARNONE. KIMBERLEE MARIE. Houston ATWOOD CLIFFORD M.. Pearland AUTEN. SUSAN PATRICIA. La Feria AVERILL. JOSEPH MILTON JR.. Dallas BAHAR. MORY MORTEZA. Meshed. Iran BAILEY. BECKY. Baytown BAILEY. JAMES HOWARD JR.. Grand Prairie BAILEY. NANCY YVONNE. Austin BAINTER. GRACE. Houston BAKER, ALLAN COOPER, Woxahachie BAKER. DAVID BRUCE. Garland BAKER, DENNIS MARVIN, Houston BAKER, HERBERT H.. League City BAKER, REX GAVIN III. Houston BALDWIN. BRENT WINFIELD. Houston Class of 1974 BALDWIN. SUZANNE. Seabrool BALL, JAMES ANDREW JR., Dallas BAMFORD, SCOTT VINCENT, San Antonio BANKHEAD, KEVIN WEBSTER. Carthage BARBEE. CHRISTOPHER FREDERICK. El Campo BARBEE. JAMES PHILIP, San Antonio BARNES. TERRI LYNNE. La Marque BARNHART, PAUL FRED, Houston BARR, DAVID NEWELL. Texas City BARRET, BETTY JANNETTE. Comanche BATES, GREGORY WAYNE. Fort Worth BATES, JAN CAROL. Atlanta BATEY. LARISA LEE. Dallas BECK. ANDREW TILLMANN. Houston BECK. ZANE. Ballinger BEELER. MELISSA JANE. La Marque BEESON. MARY JO. Houston BELEW. JAMES SEYMOUR. McGregor BELL CHARLES ANDREW. Greenville BELL. TERYL ANN. Houston BENNETT. REX WILLIAM JR.. Seabrool BENSON. ANN BLYTHE, Austin BERGER. CATHARINE H., Weimar BERGMAN. KATHY SUE. Wichita. Kans. 6ERNDT. DONNA RUTH, Caldwell BERNSTEIN, HOWARD L. Fort Worth BERNSTIEN. BRUCE EDWARD, Omaha, Neb. BERNTSEN. ELLEN ANN. Longview BERRY. CYNTHIA ANNE, Richardson BERRY, JOHN LABON III. Dallas BEYE ' R. BONNIE JEAN, Houston BIBBS. MARY LYNN. Dallas BIBO. JAMES STUART. Houston BIEL, WILLIAM TRICKEY JR.. Corpus Christ! BIGBY. BRYNA JANE. Fort Worth BIGGS. KAREN ANN. Midland BILLIOT. STEPHEN FRANK. Refugio BILLMEIER. SALLY ANN. San Antonio BILLMEIER. SUSAN LOUISE. Sen Antonio BIVINS. SUSAN ADAIR, Terrell BLACK, BETSY JANE, Houston BLACK, DEBORAH ELAINE, Teague BLAHA, PATRICIA P.. Fairfax. Va. BLANKENSHIP. HELEN TIPPS. Houston BLEVINS, LYNDA LOIS. Duncanville BLOOMER. CAROL LEIGH. Abilene BLURTON, MELISSA JAN. Sherman BOGART, HENRY DOUGLAS. Houston 514 BOLAND, LUCILE CATHERINE. Houston BOLES. BRIAN DAVID. Houston BOND. TEDDY JOE JR.. Houston BONZAGNI. NANCY MARIE. Houston BOONE. TERRY LEE. Son Antonio BORDEN, ALLEN GAIL. Corpus Christ! BOUCHARD. TERI LYN. Austin BOWEN. CHARLES WILLIAM JR.. San Antonio BOYNTON. NANCY JANE. Denton BSADSHAW, CLAIRE. McAllen BRANCH. JAMES FUHR, San Antonio BRAND. CAT HY EILEEN. Midland BRANDS. MICHAEL BERNARD. Amarillo BRANNEN. MICHAEL SEAN. Houston BRANTLEY, ROBERT NICHOLAS JR.. Houston BRANTLEY, SHERYL LYNN. Houston BREADY, LOIS LESTER. Orange BREEDEN. BARBARA DIANE. Austin BREELAND. JOE MACK. Richardson BREEZE, WILLIAM HUGHES JR.. Hillsborouqh. N. C. BRENNAN. JOHN CHARLES. Dallas BRENNER. JANET LEE. Houston BREWER. OLIVIA CAMILLE, Houston BREWSTER. ERNEST MICHAEL, Dallas 8RIMELOW. ALICE. Dallas BROCK. RANDY LEE, Houston BROOKS, NANCY LOUISE. Dallas BROWDER, LINDA CAROL. Fort Worth BROWN. ALMA SUSAN, San Antonio BROWN, GARY DONALD. Austin BROWN. GENE ANN, Houston BROWN, PATRICIA ANN. Waco BRUYERE, RAYMOND M.. Dallas BRYANS. CAROL ANN. Paris BUCHANAN. KATHI SUSAN, Deer Perl BUCHANAN. SHIRLEY JEAN. San Antonio BUCHANAN. WILLIAM BYRON. Longview BUCKLEY. CAROLYN LORAINE. Lake Jackson BURGESS. PATRICIA OLIVIA. Houston BURKE. ELIZABETH CAROL, Eagle Lake BURKE. JOHN HARRIS, Houston BURKE. ROBERT CHALMERS JR.. Midland BURKHALTER. BONNIE KAY. Corpus Christi BURTON. NANCY LEE. Fort Worth BUSBY, STEPHEN GRAIN, Houston BUSSEY. JO LEE. Houston BUTLER. JOHN DALE. Teas City BUTLER. ROBERT MARTIN, Austin Sophomores BYBEE. MARY ELIZABETH. Houston BYRNES. ROBERTA KAY, Cleburne CABALLERO. MICHAEL ANDRES. Campbellton CADE. KAREN LEE. Dallas CAESAR. DEBRA ANNE. Temple CAIN. LANA SUE. Taylor CAIN. MARCIA ANN. Dallas CALAPA. PAUL JOSEPH, Brownsville CALDWELL. CHRISTOPHER GATES. Memphis. Tenn. CALHOON, THOMAS FRANKLIN IV. Liberty CALLAGHAN. PATRICIA ANNE. San Antonio CAMPBELL. JOHN ERIC. Houston CAMPBELL. SCOTT ALDEN. Euless CARAMEROS. CATHY. Houston CARLSON. DAVID WAYNE. Taylor CARPENTER. MICHAEL GERARD. Austin CARRIKER, DIANE. Roby CARROLL, SARAH ANNE, Lake Jackson CARTER. SHERYLL FAYE. Houston CASSERLY, PATRICIA ANN, South Pasadena. Calif. CASWELL. JANICE GAYLE. Cypress CHALKER. WILTON FOSTER. Houston CHAMBERS. CHRISTOPHER LANE. San Antonio CHAMBERS. EDWARD VINCENT. Houston CHAMBERS. MARY MADELINE. La Marque CHAPMAN. CATHY GAIL. Austin CHAPMAN. RAYBURN KEITH. Carthage CHAPMAN. WANDA KAREN. Seabrool CHARNEY. FINLY ALLAN. Houston CHATHAM. JEANNE DIANE. Baytown CHEEK. LARRY DAVID. Richardson CHILDERS. GAE LYNN. Houston CHILDERS. PAMELA KAY, Kyle CHILDS. BETSY. Fort Worth CHIN. JOHN LESTER. San Antonio CHI5HOLM. JANICE KAY, Pampa CLAPP. ALTA CAROL. Newgulf CLARK. JOHN WELLES. Abilene CLARK. NANETTE. Grand Prairie CLICK. CYNTHIA. Dallas CLIFTON. DEBRA S.. Fort Worth CLIFTON. HULEN EDWARD III. Corpus Chriiti CLINTON. J. COLLEEN, Dallas COALE. CLAIRE LOU. Bridgeport COFFELT. PATRICIA LYNN. Houston COLDWELL, MARY CARLA. Dallas COLE. RICHARD LLOYD. Denton COLLINS. ROBERT L.. Houston SIS COLLINSWORTH. CARL SCOTT. Sherman CONDIT RICHARD HALE. Dickinson CONLEY. HELEN ROSE. Fort Worth CONNALLY. MARK MADISON. Houston CONRADT. PATRICIA ANN, Terrell CONTRERAS. HELI F.. Maracaibo. Veneiuela COOK. JULIE. Baytown COOKE. EDWIN T.. San Antonio COOPER. RICKIE CHARLENE. Austin CORDE. KELLEY ANNE. Dallas CORDELL. CHARLES GARRISON. Northbrook. COUSINEAU. JIMMIE D., Brownfield COUSSOU. HARRY EARL. Beaumont COVAN. HEDY SU2ETTE. Houston COVENTRY. ANNA MARIE. Austin COVENTRY. NANCY ANN. Austin COWART. JAMES DONALD. Houston COWDEN. CANDICE BETH. Midland COWSER. KATIE BOB, Houston COX. MARILYN RAE. Dallas CRADDOCK. ANNE CECILS, Houston GRAIN, DAVID FISCHER. Houston CRAWFORD. LINDA GAIL. Houston CRAWFORD. LONNIE EDMOND. Austin CRAWFORD. REBECCA JOAN. Bryan CRAWFORD ROBERT FIELDS. Houston CRIM. CAROL JEAN. San Antonio CRIST. MARILYN CONSTANCE. Baytown CROCKETT, DAVID DANIEL. Dallas CROMEENS. GEORGE M.. Pasadena CROOK. ROBERT BARRY, Dallas CROW. JAMES BRICE. Rockdale CRUCE. CATHY. Houston CUBA. JOHNETTE LYNN, Taylor CUCCIA. NICK ANTHONY. Houston CULLEY. TERRY ANN. Grand Prairie CUNDIFF, KEVIN SHANNON. Houston CURLIN. CINDY LOU. Wichita Falls CURREY. DAVID NELSON, Lafayette, La. CURTIS. SALLY GRACE. Rockdale CURVAN. LEONARD JAMES. Dallas CUTAIA. AUGUSTINA ROSE. Houston DAILY, ELIZABETH JANE, Houston DAMUTH, KEITH STEWART, Houston DANIEL. DEBORAH JANE. Gladewater DANIEL. PATTI LYNN. San Antonio DANIELS. MARK EDWARD. Houston DAVIE. WILLIAM RICHARDSON. Fort Worth Class of 1974 DAVIS. BILLY BRYAN. Fort Worth DAVIS. CHERYL MARLENE. Houston DAVIS, LOIS ELAINE. Austin DAVIS, ROBERT EARLE. Yoakum DAWSEY. JANICE ELAINE. Houston DAWSON. MARY LOUISE. Midland DAWSON, RUSSELL BARBER. Houston DEBNER. JOHN MICHAEL. San Antonio DEBORD. KATHRYN. Houston DEFAZIO. PATRICIA ELAINE. Dallas DEGARZA, YVONNE, San Antonio DEL PAPA, JENNY, Beaumont DEMAREST. CAROL SUE. Fort Worth DENBO. MELISSA PALKES. Decatur. Ala. DERDAK, STEPHEN. Elmont. N. Y. DERR. WARNER GORDON. Arlington DESTEFANO. DEBORAH KAY, Hearne DICKENSON, SUSAN LYNNE, Richardson DIEBEL, BETTY SUE, Beeville DIIORIO. PATRICK WILLIAM. Katy DILLON. KAREN SUE. Temple DILLY, SANDRA KAY. Austin DITTMAR. JAN M.. Houston DITTO. W. PAUL JR.. Dallas DODD. DANA LESLIE. Dallas DONNELL. WILLIAM ROBERT. Midland OONZIS. BETH MELANIE. San Antonio DORMAN. NANCY LYNN. Fort Worth DOTY. CAROL ANNE. Houston DOUGLAS. BRIDGET DIANNE. San Anton DOUTEL, GREGORY JOHN. Harlingen DOVER. JANET SUE. Beaumont DOWNING. LYNDA FAYE. League City DOWNING PATRICIA ANN. Dallas DRAKE. JOHN GARVIN. Fabens DREYER. GARY EDWARD, Shiner DUENSING. DEBRA DIANE Austin DUGGER. GARY DON. Brownfield DUKE. JANE MAREE. Austin DUNCAN. VANCE CAMERON, Eagle Lake DUPUIS. ABEL JOSEPH. Houston DUVALL. MARY ELIZABETH, Baytown DWYER STEPHEN CLAY. Seguin EADS, LEA CAROL. Houston EASON, MARION ELIZABETH. Houston EATON. MISSEY MARIE. Houston EBERSTEIN. ISAAC WARREN. Ennis EDGAR. ELIZABETH ANN. Austin 516 EDGE. BARBARA ANN. Tyler EGGER. CLAUDE BILLY. Mesquit. ELKINS. JONNA KAY. Graham ELLIOTT, TIMOTHY HUGH. Boytown ELLIS. PAUL ROSCOE. Dallas ELSNER. PHILLIP ALAN. Odessa ELSTNER. MARY JOY. Hallettsville ERVIN. JUDI EVELYN, La Marque ERWIN. DOUGLAS ALLEN. Groves ESTRADA. VICKI MARIE. Houston EVANS. JACK BLAIR. Nederland EVANS. KAREN COLETTE. Pasadena EYRES. MELODY. Dallas FAIRES. RAYMOND ALAN. Beaumont FARABEE, KAREN LOUISE. Dallas FARNSWORTH. CHANDA LYNN. Houston FAULKNER. MICHELE. Beeville FELD. EDGAR MYERS. Fort Worth FELLER, SUSAN ANN. Fredericksburg FERGUSON. KAREN ADAIR. Uvalde FERRELL, JOHN DAVID. Lonqview FERRIS. LINDA JEAN. Houston FETZER. BRENDA KAY. San Antonio FICKMAN. BRUCE ALAN. Midland FIELDER. ARTIE ANN. San Antonio FILIDEI, MARCIA-KAY. La Marque FINK, BETSY LEE. Dallas FINKELSTEIN. JACK JR.. Houston FISCHER. BRENDA SUSAN. Corpus Christi FISCHINGER. BONNIE GAE. San Antonio FISHER. KENNETH DOLSON. Dallas FISHER, LINDA MAUREEN, San Antonio FLEMING, FRANK CRAWFORD, Dallas FOLEY. ELIZABETH LORINE. Houston FORBES. JULIA LYNN. Austin FO R BESS. E. W. Jr.. Andrews FORD. ROBERT WADE. Houston FORD. TERRI DIANE. Abilene FOREMAN. DENISE MARIE. Houston FORREST. CHARLES MICHAEL. Cleburne FORREST. DEBORAH KAY, Corpus Christi FORREST. RICHARD DALE. Baton Rouge. La. FORTSON. NINA KATHRYN, Atlanta. Ga. FOSDICK, JOHN JAY. Houston FOTESCU. DEIRDRE ZOE. Houston FOUNTAIN. NANCY SUSAN. San Antonio FOX. CHARLES WILLIAM. Fort Worth FOYT, CELESTE ALAYNE, Houston Sophomores FRACHTMAN, ROBERT LEE. Houston FRANKLIN. LYNDA. Abilene FRANKS. MARVIN WAYNE. Navasota FREED. JACK LOUIS. Laredo FRERICHS. LINDA NELL, La Grange FRIEDMAN, JANET FAY, Dallas FRITZ, EMILY JO. Taylor FRIZZELL. WILLIAM DECAL. Athens FRY. PHILBERT CLIPPENGER. Houston FURLONG, JOHN NORMAN. Austin GALJOUR. PATRICIA LYNN. Aransas Pass GANT. DEBORAH LYNN. Piano GARDEMAL. SUZANNE. Lofkin GARNER, JANE ELLEN. San Antonio GARNER. VICTORIA LYNN. Fort Worth GARRETT, GAIL PRINCESS. Hale Center GARRISON. GINA LOUISE. Vanderbilt GARRISON, JAMES ROY. Atlanta GATEWOOD, DONNA RUTHEA. Garland GEDALY. JERRELL MARK. Beaumont GEIS. J. G.. San Antonio GELDERT. DOUGLAS VANCE. Dallas GEORGE. ROBERT R., Dallas GERNENTZ. JAMES DOW. Groves GERSON. MARSHA CLAIRE. Houston GERTNER. CAREN RAE. Houston GIBBONS. DIXIE KAY. Austin GIBBS. ROSALIE ELIZABETH. Austin GIERYN. DENISE ANN. Birmingham. Mich. GIFFIN. CHARLES GRADY, Houston GILBERT. CAROL LEE, Houston GILES, BOBBY DALE. Amarillo GILES. ELLEN ELIZABETH. Houston GILES. JAMES BOARD. Houston GILLIS, AMY CATHERINE, Houston GIST. KATHY ANN. Austin GLASS. DEBORAH ANN. Houston GLASS. THOMAS G.. San Antonio GLEAVES. JAMES LESLIE. Richardson GLOVER, JULIE NELLE. Amarillo GOBER. GWEN. Baytown GOERICKE, KAREN MARIE, Austin GOERNER. CAROL SUSAN. Houston GOETHE. PEGGY ANNE. Austin GOHL, JEANE MARIE. Richardson GOLDBERG. MEYER ALLAN. Houston GOLDEN. NATALIE RUTH. Houston GOLDEN. ROBERT EDWARD. San Antonio 517 GOLDFARB. NANCY ELLEN. St. Louis. Mo. GOLDSTEIN, ROBBIE ANN. Houston GOLDWASSER RONALD STEVEN. Austin GOMEZ, ANTONIO ESTEBAN. Laredo GOODALL. RICHARD A.. Dallas GOODBINDER. ROBERT LYNN. Omaha. Neb. GOODMAN. LINDA KAY, Austin GOODROE. MICHAEL EDGAR. Shr.veport. La. GOODWIN, CYNTHIA ALLEN. San Antonio GOODWIN, NINA SUZANNE. Arlington GOSS. DEBORAH KAY. Austin GOSS. DEBRA ANN. Conroe GOSSEN. STEVEN ANDREW. San Antonio GOUDGE, CHERI LYNN, San Antonio GOULD. JACQUELYN ROSE. Midland GRACE. LUTHER LEE. Wichita Falls GRACE. VIRGINIA, Beaumont GRAHAM. DEBORAH DALE. Dallas GRAHAM. JANICE LEE. San Antonio GRAMMER. WILLIAM ALLAN. Fort Worth GRANOFF, DONNA JO. Austin GRASS, MARY VICTORIA. Houston GRAY. GIB WAYNE. Caldwell GRAY, LINDA. Calgary. Canada GREATHOUSE. SANDRA KAY. Lemoore. Calif. GREEN. NANCY KAY. Austin GREEN. VIRGINIA ANN. Rosebud GREENE. CATHERINE EVELYN. San Antonio GREENHOW. STEVEN FRANK. Wichita Falls GREGORY, DALTON RAY. Denton GRIFFIN. CHARLES HOWARD, Pasadena GRIFFITH, DEBRA LOU. San Antonio GRIGIS. SUZANNE ELIZABETH. Dallas GRIMES. KENNETH WAYNE. Houston GROSCURTH. KAREN SUE. Dallas GROSSKOPF. JACK ALAN. Austin GUERRERO, JANIS KAY. Austin GUSTAFSON, CYNTHIA ANN. Austin HAARDT. PEGGY LYNN, La Marque HAFERNIK, MAURICE RAYMOND. Houston HAGAN, JULIE MARGARET. Austin HALE. KIMBERLY ANN. Houston HALE. THOMAS HERMAN. Houston HALFMANN, MARK EDWARD, Austin HALL. BETSY. Fairfa.. Va. HALL. NANCY JO. Corsicana HALL. RUSSELL ALAN. Dickinson HAMAD, FAROUK MOHAMAD. Beirut. Lebanon Class of 1974 HAMBLEN. VIRGINIA HAMILTON. Houston HAMILTON, WILLIAM DAVID. Austin HAMPTON, KAREN ANNE, Houston HAMPTON, MARY NAN. Port Arthur HAND. DEBORAH JEAN. Midland HANEY. VICKIE ANN. Bowie HANKS, JACKSON RAYBURN. Palestine HANKS, WHITTINGTON HANCOCK. Austin HARDEN, MARGARET KATE, San Antonio HARDIN. PATRICIA JEAN. Houston HARGON, VIRGINIA NELL. Salvador. Braiil HARKINS. JOE TIMOTHY. Austin HARRELL. ROBERT STANFORD. Fort Worth HARRINGTON. JANICE ANN. Houston HARRIS. BILLY JOE. Rockdale HARRIS. PENNY KRISTIE. San Antonio HARRIS. ROGER KENT. Houston HARRISON, KENNETH SCOTT. San Antonio HARRISON. LARRY DEAN. Beaumont HART. JEFFERY LEE. Orange HARTENBERGER. DEBRA KAY. Houston HARTMAN, JANET LINN. Victoria HARVEY. KALA JANETTE. Hobbs. N. M. HARVEY. MARY KAY. Dallas HARVEY. STEPHANIE JANINE. Dallas HATHORN. CAROL FAYE. Houston HAUBER. MARY ANN. Galena Part HAUSMANN. VERLA BEA. Baytown HAWKINS. CLARENCE DAVID. New Boston HAYS. JACOUELYN ANN. Lufltin HEAD, JANIE LANE. Baytown HEAD, LAWRENCE HENRY JR.. Texarlana HEFNER. MAX RANDALL. Lubbock HEGGIE. LARRY SCOTT, Houston HEITZEBERG. MARYSUE. Corpus Christi HELVENSTON. GLORIA KAY. Longview HENDRICKS. KIMBERLY SUE. Houston HENNA. CAROL RUTH. Round Rock HENNEBERGER, CYNTHIA LEA. Austin HENNINGTON. DORIS ANN. Fort Worth HENRY, JAMIE LEE. Huntsville HENRY. PAMELA. Dallas HERRING. ROBERT RAY JR.. Houston HERRINGTON. ANN. Palestine HESS. ALAN DODOS. Lubbock HEWETT. DONALD STEPHEN, Houston HICHENS. PAIGE ADAIR. Houston HICKOK, NANCY ELIZABETH. Houston 518 HILDEBRAND. CATHY. Fort Worth HILL. CAROLYN SUE. Dallas HILL. DARYL JOSEPH. Cat Spring HILL. LORELEI MICHELE. San Antonio HILL. RANDY LYNN. Wharton HITCHCOCK, KATRINA SUE. Fort Worth HODGE. ERNEST EDWARD. Garland HOFFMAN. DAVID GARLYN. College Station HOLCOMB, ALFRED GENE. Pearsall HOLIFIELD. GAIL LYNN. Austin HOLLIDAY. BARBARA KAY. San Antonio HOLLINGSWORTH. JOHN LOWELL. Austin HOLLOWAY. SHALIA KAY. Corpus Christ! HOLTER. MARTIN SCOTT. Austin HOLTZMAN, JAMES KING. Austin HOOSER. NANCY LEE. Nassau Bay HOPSON. KATHY ANNETTE. Garland HORTON. ROBERT MICHAEL. Houston HOSEK. DEOBRAH G.. Rockdale HOTZE. BRUCE READ. Houston HOWARD. CATHERINE ANN. Dallas HOWARD. KAROL KAY. Fort Worth HUBBARD. HARRIET L.. Anoka. Minn. HUBERT. PENNY ANN. Duncanville HUDSPETH. DEBORAH JEANNE. Lake Charles. La. HUGHES. CARLOS DANIEL. Houston HUGHES. PATRICIA ANNE. San Antonio HUNTER. CYNTHIA ANN. Whitney HUNTER. DOROTHY ANNE. Austin HUNTER. VALERIE. Austin HURLEY. LINDA CAROL. Victoria HURT. BARBARA. Richardson HUTCHINS. ELIZABETH T.. Houston IMBER. JOSEPH ROBERT. Houston IMMEL. KAREN MARIE. San Antonio INGRAM. DEBORAH LYNN. Homestead AFB, Fla. IRION. JACK BAIRD. Dallas IRWIN. CYNTHIA LEA. Houston ISAACKS. LINDA LAWREAN. Houston ISAACKS. VINCENT WAYNE. Houston JACOBS. MARK STEVEN, Dallas JACOBS. SCOTT THOMAS. Houston JAMES, DEBORAH ANN. Houston JAMES, JUDY BETH, Jasper JAMES, MARY ELIZABETH. Austin JAMES, RICHARD WAYNE. Killeen JENNINGS, RONALD DWAIN, Austin JEWELL. DEBORAH ANNE. Austin Sophomores JOBE. LAURA SUE, Gladewater JOCHEC, JANICE SUE. New Braunfels JOHNS. VICKI LEE. Graham JOHNSON. ANDREW P. JR.. Carriio Springs JOHNSON, CYNTHIA ELIZABETH. Houston JOHNSON. ELLEN JEAN, Austin JOHNSON, JOLLY MICHAEL. Houston JOHNSON. JUDY JEAN. Corpus Christ! JOHNSON. PATSY ELLEN. Marshall JOHNSON. SUSAN DENEL. Austin JOHNSON. WILLIAM THOMAS. Houston JOHNSTON, TED NEAL. Tia Juona. Venezuela JONES. JANET CHARLENE. Lewisville JONES. JULIE LOUISE. Lewisville JONES. LARRY DON. San Antonio JONES. LINDA. Dallas JONES. RAYMOND MALCOLM, Livingston JORDAN, SANDRA ALICE. Quito. Ecuador JORNS. JAMES MICHAEL. Fort Worth JOSEPH. DL-BORAH KAY. Lockhart JOSEY, DEBORAH ANN. Austin JUDGE. JAMES PHENIX. Austin JUNG. RICHARD EARL. San Antonio KALBOW. CHERYL, La Marque KANA. JAMES ALLAN, Weimar KARASEK, KATHLEEN F.. Pearsall KATSURO, JEANNE KEIKO. Houston KATZ. MARTHA FRANCES. Houston KBOUDI. MARCELLE L.. San Antonio KEENE. RONNA CAROL. Denison KELLERMAN, JANET ELAINE. Houston KELLY. CAROLYN, Austin KELLY. KATHRYN SUZANNE. Fort Worth KELLY, PATRICK MICHAEL. Lubbock KEMPER, JOHN MICHI, Marble Falls KENNARD. ANTHONY DREW, Mission KENT, REBECCA SUSAN, Houston KERR. DIANA EVE, Metairie. La. KERR, KENNETH FORBES, San Diego. Calif. KEY. WILLIAM ROBERT. Columbus KIOD. BETSY JANE, Dallas KIEKE, JANICE KAY. Austin KILLION. TINA JOY. Palestine KIMMEL. ROBERT BUTLER. Lubbock KINARD. MARTHA ELAINE. Colorado City KINCHELOE. DICK MARCUS. Austin KING. STEVE MASON. Graham KIPP. JAMES MARSHALL. Austin 519 KIRKHAM. JANNIE KAY. Anahuac KISSELL. BRUCE WARREN. Houston KLAUSNER. DEBORAH. Dallas KLEIN, STANLEY ARTHOR. Stonewall KNOX. DANNY RAY. Oklahoma City. Otla. KOESTER. MELINDA ANN. Bedford. Mass. KOFAHL. KAREN SUE. Dallas KOSCHAK. SETH RAMSEY. San Angelo KOTIN. VALERIE, Houston KRAUSS. LYNN, Dallas KUDISCH. MARC L.. Houston KUHL. PAMELA E.. Fort Worth KUSHNER. SAUL DAVID. New Orleans. La. LA CORTE, CAROL JEANNIE. Houston LAMB. CAROL JEAN, Houston LANDIN. DENIS CRAIG. Sugar Land LANFORD. DIANE DELHOMME. Brownwood LANGDON, JOHN TODD. Corpus Christi LANGSTON, JANA LEA. Arlington LANHAM. SHARON ANN. Tulsa. Okla. LAMER, LINDA ANN, Houston LANIUS. ROBERT ANDREW, Dallas LANKFORD. LAWRENCE EUGENE. Dallas LANSFORD. CAROLYN KAY, Baytown LARSON. ELISABETH STEPHENS. Houston LASCHINGER. DAVID NASH. Dallas LAUSSADE, MARK RICE. Houston LAWLESS, LEE KATHARINE. Houston LAZOR. ALLAN ROSS. Victoria LAZOR. RICHARD HARVEY. San Antonio LEA. LESLIE. New Braunfels LEATH. PEGGY. Uvalde LEATHERS. BEVERLY KAY. Huntsville LEBEN. LECIA LEA, Wichita, Kans. LEBOWITZ. BEVERLY ANN, Dallas LE CONEY. THOMAS RATCLIFFE, Dallas LEDBETTER, JOHN MICHAEL. Austin LEE. ALLEN JIN. Houston LEE. DAVID. Houston LEE. STEPHEN RANDALL. Fort Worth LEHMAN. LARRY LEE. Vernon LEIGON. CHARLES RUSSELL. Hickam AFB, Hawaii LEITE. VALORIE ANN. Austin LEITNER. BRUCE W., Houston LEMMONS. ROBERT TODD, Pampa LENZ. ROBERT S.. San Antonio LENZNER. JEAN PAGE, AWandria. Va. LESTER. CHERYL ANN, Boerne Class of 1974 LEVIN, SHELLEY LYNN, Teas City LEWIS SUSAN JANE. Houston LIEBES. RUTH LAUREL. Dallas LIETZ. PHILLIP ELMO. Orange LILES. TERRI DENISE. Abilene LIM. ROSE, Houston LINCECUM, RISSIE KAY. Thornton LINCH. BARBARA ANN, Miami. Fla. LINDSEY, BARBARA JANE. Fort Worth LINDSEY, MILTON EDWARD JR.. Houston LINEBACK. ROBERT BARCLAY, Austin LIPPMAN. SHELDON IKE. Schulenburg LITTLE. JAMES WILLIAM. Crystal City LITTMAN. LINDA ANN. Houston LITTRELL. KANDY JEAN. Irving LIVELY. CHERYL LYNN. Houston LLOYD. JANE EMILY. Amarillo LOCHTE. ERWIN RICHARD III. San Antonio LOCKER. DARRELL LYNN, Pecos LOCKETT. WILLIAM CLEVELAND, Houston LOLLAR. BRADLEY KEITH. Palestine LONDEREE, ROBERT D.. Dallas LONG. BARBARA ANN. Pasadena LONG. ELIZABETH ANN. Orange LOPEZ. ARMANDO RAWLS. El Paso LOTT. SARAH KATHERYN. San Antonio LOUVIER. MARVIN A.. Port Arthur LOVE. LUCY CAROLE. Bellaire LOVELESS. STEPHEN JEB, Waco LOVINGGOOD. BETTY JANE. Dallas LOW. SALLIE REYNOLDS. Houston LOWERY. COLLEEN MARIE. Dallas LOYD. JAMES ALAN. San Antonio LOZANO. NOE MARIO JR.. Falfurrias LUBKE. STEPHEN LEROY. Edn LUDL. MARGARET FRANCES. Austin LUDWIG. LAURA LYNN. San Antonio LUKER. DEBORAH LYNN. Hamilton LUMPKINS, SUE ANN. Rockdale LUNA. CHARLES STEPHEN, Houston LUNDY. NANCY CATHERINE. Midland LUNSFORD. MAY LYNN. Pampa LYLE. DEBORAH. Houston LYNN. BARBARA KAYE. Fort Worth LYONS. JAMES MARVIN, Baytown MADDUX. MILLYE ANN. Palestine MAGUIRE. KEVIN, Austin MAHAFFEY, VICKI LEE. Midland 520 MAHON. MARTHA ANN. Fort Worth MAINES. SANDRA ANN. Rosenberg MALCOLM. JERRY WALTER. Wichita Falls MAMEROW. BERNARD STEPHEN JR.. New Iberia. La. MANN. JEFFREY JAMES. Waulesha. Wise. MANTZEL SHIRLEY JEAN. Austin MANUEL. CASEY. Atlanta MARCUS. DAVID GIVEN. El Paso MAREK. LINDA ELIZABETH, Taylor MARKETTE. DEBORRAH ANN. San Antonio MARKS. MICHAEL CLINTON. Satellite Beach. Fla. MARSHALL. ROBERTA FAYE. Houston MARTER. MARILYN ANN. Houston MARTIN. CYNTHIA LYNN. San Antonio MARTIN, GARY GEORGE. Carthage MARTIN. HARLON ELDRIDGE JR.. Tyler MARTIN. SARAH SHERMAN, Pascagoula. Miss. MARTINEZ. ALFREDO G., Poteet MARTINEZ. MARTHA MONICA. Abilene MASON. DIANA SUE. Dallas MASON. DOUGLAS LYNN. Newgulf MASON. MOLLY. Longview MASSEY. KAREN SUE. Seabrook MASTEN, EDMOND ARNOLD, La Marque MATHESON. SUZANNE, Euless MATHIEU, REESE ALFRED III. Houston MATHIS. CAROL ANNE. Corpus Christi MATLOCK. DAVID BOB. Fort Worth MATTHEWS. NANCY KAY. Austin MATTHYS. ELSIE LOUISE. Wharton MAXEY, MARY CARLOTTA. Houston MAYER, ERNEST RALPH. San Angelo MAYER. JEANNETTE THERESA. Lincroft, N. J. McADAMS. DIANA CLAIRE. Austin McAFEE, SALLY EILEEN, Houston McAULEY. RUTHANN. Dallas McBRIDE, DOUGLAS LESTER. San Antonio McCAFFETY. ROBERT WALLER. Pasadena McCALEB. PATRICIA DALE. Dallas McCALL. DEBORAH KAY. Harlingen McCALL. HOLLY ELIZABETH. Nocono McCANN. JAMES EDMUND. San Antonio McCLAIN. CAROL ANNETTE. Greenville McCLAUGHERTY. COLLEEN. San Antonio McCLENDON. JUDY ANN. Weatherford McCLUNG. ANDREA LOUISE. Fort Worth McCLUNG. RICKY BROCK. Vernon McCOLLUM. WINSTON LANE. Allen Sophomores McCONNELL. DARYL W.. Dallas McCOY. MICHAEL DOUGLAS. Houston McCULLER. HEBBY LYNN, Del Rio McCULLOUGH. BYNNE KATHLEEN, Piano McCUTCHEON. PETER MICHAEL. Washington. D. C. McDANIEL MICHAEL RAY. Galveston MCDONALD. DEBRA ANN. Houston MCDONALD, GINGER LANE, Refugio MCDONALD. KATHRYN ANN. Austin McEVOY. FRANCES KATHARINE. Hempstead McFARLAND. DAVID CHARLES. Friona McGAHA. MARY HELEN. New Orleans. La. MCGREGOR. MELINDA SUE. Waco McKAMIE. DAVID EDGAR. Waco McKELLAR. SUSAN JOYCE. Piano McMAHON. MARK PRESTON. Henderson McMULLEN. SARAH JANE. Houston McNUTT. RITA ANN. El Paso McWHIRTER. KATHLEEN. Alvarado MEADOW. JANET MAXINE. Austin MEAR. MARY KAY, Richardson MADRANO, RAUL ANDREW, Goliad MEHL. CATHY ANN. Fort Worth MELASS. SCOT GRAVES. Lalie Jackson MELTON. ROBERT BYRON. Houston MENDEZ. JOSE ALFONSO, Austin MERFISH, ROCHELLE LYNN. Houston MERGELE, EDWIN WALTER, Boerne MERRITT, MICHAEL TRAVIS. Garland MEWIS. JUDY KATHERINE. Austin MICKELSON. SONJA KATHLEEN. San Antonio MIDDLETON. DONALD GENE. Hughes Springs MIKSOVSKY. PATRICIA SUE. Angleton MILBURN. NANCY LOUISE. Odessa MILES. RHONDA KAY. Houston MILLER, FRANK HENSLEE, Cooper MILLER, GARY LEE. Austin MILLER. KATHERINE LAVERN. Houston MILLER. KURT DOUGLAS. Midland. Mich. MILLER. SANDRA MARILYN. Dallas MILLER. STEPHEN HERMAN. Dallas MILSTEAD. MELINDA KAY. Kermit MILZ. JAN HARRIS. Houston MITCHELL. GAYLA LOUISE. Palestine MITCHELL. JANIS GAYLE. Houston MITCHELL. MARY CHARLENE. Austin MOFFETT. JAMES NEWELL. San Antonio MOLINA. JOSEPH FELIX. Houston 521 MONROE. MARK McCLAIN. Au4tin MONROE. WILLIAM FRANK. Houston MONTGOMERY, PAUL EDWARD, Houston MOODY, IRENE ANN, Houston MOONEYHAN. JOYCE VEREE, Austin MOORE. HARRIET ANN, Palestine MOORE, JERRY LYNN, Richardson MOORE. JOHN PIERCE, Dickinson MOORE. JULIE CATHERINE. Bedford MOORE. KAREN ELIZABETH, Austin MOORE. MARY P.. Houston MOORE. PATRICIA ANN, Alvin MOORE. REBECCA EMILY, Baytown MOORE, ROBERT GARY. Irving MOORHEAD. DONNA LEE. New Braunfels MORGAN. SUSAN MARGARET. Andrews MORRIS, CISALEE EILEEN, Fort Worth MORRISON. BART WILLIAM. Toorak. Australia MORRISON. STEPHEN GLENN. Austin MORSE, DONALD STEVEN. Houston MOSES. RENE MARCY. Fort Worth MUECKE, MICHAEL DAVID, Three Rivers MUELLER, PEGGY JEAN. Austin MULKEY. KATHLEEN T.. San Antonio MUNOZ, GEORGE, Brownsville MUNOZ, OLIVIA ANNE, San Antonio MUNTER, WILLIAM JAY, Eagle Pass MURPHY. SUSAN LYNN. Arlington MURRAY, DAVID LEE, Friendswood MURRAY, LAURA JEANNE. Greenville MYERS, MELINDA DALE, Houston NAGEL. RICHARD DANIELL. Killeen NAISER, KATHRYN JOYCE. La Grange NANCE. DEBRA KAY. Austin NEILL. CAROL ELIZABETH. Houston NELBERT. SHELLEY J.. Little Rock. Ark. NELSON. CHRISTY LE ANN. Dallas NELSON. DONALD SKIPPER. Corpus CSristi NELSON. NANCY ANN. Wichita Falls NEMES. BETTY ANN. Deer Park NESTER. KAY. Canyon NEWBERRY, MARYANA. Abilene NEWTON, TIM CHARLES, Houston NIELSON. BEVERLY ANN. Houston NOBLES. REBECCA HESTER. Brady NOBLITT. MARY SUSAN, Beaumont NOONAN. NANCY LYNN, Pasadena NORRIS, HARRY ELDRIDGE, Garland Class of 1974 NUTTER, ROYCE LAYTON. Big Lake OATMAN, TAMRA SHAE, Sweetwater OGLE. CHARLES MELSON. Austin OGLE. DON MARTIN. Jacksboro OLANDER. GARY MILTON. Houston OLIVER, DARLENE RAQUEL. Alvin OLLE. GLENDA KAY. Austin OLSEN. MARY ANNE. Houston OMER. GEORGE ERIC, Albuquerque. N. M. OSBORN. WILLIAM B.. San Antonio OUSLEY. DAVID HAROLD. Deerfield. III. OXFORD. JERRY HOWARD. San Antonio PALAFOX. GARY WAYNE. San Antonio PALM. KRISTY LYNN. El Paso PALMER. MARILYN ELIZABETH. Richardson PAPANEK, MAIDA DIANE, Houston PAPE. GLENN LEON, Seguin PARDUE, DANA JO, Alvarado PARISH. HELEN RUTH. Dallas PARKER, WILLIAM RODNEY, Houston PARMA, PATRICK JOHN, San Antonio PATTERSON, ANN MARIE. Austin PATTERSON. CONNIE CLAIRE. Austin PATTERSON. JILL. Denton PATTERSON. PATTI DENISE. Austin PATTERSON, PEGGY JO. Snyder PAULISSEN. TERESA F., Austin PAXTON. CATHERINE JONETTE. Lake Jackson PAYNE. EDWARD DOUGLAS. Arlington PEARCE. CAROLYN JEAN, Dallas PEARCE, MARSHA KAY, Corpus Cbristi PEDDIE. ANNE MARION, Houston PEDERSON, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER. Texas City PEEL, MARK CHARLES. Dallas PEREZ. SEERANEE B.. Houston PERRIN, WILLIAM FRANK Cameron PERRY. JANE ELIZABETH. Houston PETERS, CECIL MORRIS. Granbury PETERSON, CYNTHIA GAYLE, Austin PETERSON, JON LEE. Houston PETERSON, TERRI LEE, Baytown PETTER. MARY ANN. Galena Park PETTUS. REBECCA G.. Houston PHARO. MILAM RANDOLPH. Dallas PHILLIPS, BRUCE ALLEN. Houston PHILLIPS, JENNIFER. Jonesboro, Ark. PICKETT, RICHARD NOLAN, Liberty PIEPER. WALTER J. III. San Antonio 522 PIERCE. TERRY LEE. Arlington PILANO. DUDLEY CRATON. Austin PILOT, VALERIE KAY. Richardson PINKERTON. SAYLAN STEPHENIA. Texas City PLOCH, DEBRA ANN. Dallas PLUMHOFF. CHARLES EDWARD. Houston POFF. JACKIE W.. Ennis POLASEK. MARINELL. Boston. Mass. POLCHINSKI, PRISCILLA. Houston POOLE. PAMELA LEE. Houston POORE. PATRICE ANNETTE, GaHand PORTER, SUSAN ELIZABETH. Menard POWELL, ROBERT LEE, Jourdanton POWER. DAVID RICHARD. Dallas PRATHER. PAULA JO. Austin PRATT, PATRICIA ANN, Houston PRENTICE, THOMAS ARCHER. Richardson PRESCOTT. LINDA LEE. Fairport. N. Y. PRESSLER. CATHERINE LOUISE. Salveston PRESTON. DEBORAH JEANE. Houston PRICE. LINDYL LOUISE. Houston PRIOR. ROGER EVERETT. Dallas PROCTOR. STEPHEN JEFF. Houston PROVOST. CRAIG JOSEPH, Beaumont PULLUS. PATRICIA ANN. Dallas PURDOM. LAWRENCE EDWARD. Houston QUINTANILLA. RUBEN. Bay City RABON. LANA JOY. Eden RADOFF. LINDA RUTH. Dallas RAFEE. MONIR. Tehran. Iran RAINOSEK. STEPHANIE JANE. Needville RAINS. STANLEY ALBERT JR.. Georgetown RALSTON. SUSAN NANETTE. Austin RAMIREZ. CYNTHIA ANN. Corpus Christ; RANDOLPH. WILLIAM, San Antonio RANGEL. BERTHA LESVIA. Escobas RASCHKE. JAMES PAUL. Dallas RATLIFF. CHARLES MICHAEL, Roscoe RAY. 1OBERT RANDOLPH, Calgary. Canada READ. NANCY LYNN. Houston READ. PATSY LAIRD. Austin REECE. DONNA ELLEN. Dallas REEDER. CHARLES C.. Austin REEVES, CYNTHIA, Garland REID. STEPHANIE HAZEL. Kenedy REIFER. ELIEZER, Dallas REIFER, SHALOM, Dallas REKOFF. CAROLINA LIA. Galveston Sophomores RHODES. DONNA JEANINE. Paris RHODES, FREDERICK A. III. Houston RHODES, GOERGE FREDERICK. Port Leveca RHYNE. CRAIG DESMOND. Lubbock RICHARDSON. JOHN HARRY. Dallas RICHARDSON, ROBIN HATHAWAY. Houston RICKMAN. MELISSA LEE. Terrell RIDER. CAMILLE. Floresville RIELLY, ROBERT JOHN. Houston RIGGINS. CHARLES ROBERT. Houston RINEHART. ROBERT ALLEN. Schertj RIOUX. SHERRELL DARLENE. El Campo RIPPERGER. EMILY ALICE. Austin RIPPLE. BONNIE FAYE. Taylor ROBERTS. HERBERT WILLIAM. Dallas ROBERTS. JANIS GAYE. Sherman ROBERTS. LAWSON PHILLIP, Austin ROBERTS. PHILIP HOWARD, Tyler ROBERTS. STEPHEN MICHAEL. Dallas ROBERTSON. JANIS LOU. Navasota ROBINS, GARY LYNN. Seagoville ROBLES. JUDY IRENE. Seguin ROCK, ROYAL DANNY, Port Isabel RODRIGUEZ. HILDEGARD. San Antonio RODRIGUEZ. PLACIDO JOHN JR.. Galveston ROE. JERRE. Corsicana ROGAN. WILLIAM PATRICK. Houston ROGERS. JOHN VALRY. San Antonio ROGERS. WILLIAM CHARLES. Dalles ROGGE. MELVIN JAMES. Houston ROMO. THOMAS III. San Antonio ROMOSER. RUSSELL WAYNE. Houston ROOKE. MARK LEE. Lake Jackson ROSE. ARTHUR PAUL. Houston ROSE. DANNA ANNETTE. Corpus Christi ROSEN. MICHAEL DAVID. Dallas ROSENTHAL. BARBARA GAIL. Delias ROSENTHAL. LAURA ANN. Houston ROSS. RANDI MERRILL. Dallas ROTHENBERG. GAYLE ANNE. Pasadena RUBINSKY. SIMON WILLIAM. Brownsville RUBIO. JESUS RAMIRO. Eagle Pass RUDOLPH, ARLENE DELYSE, Houston RUNDLE. MICHAEL DAVID. Austin RUPPERT. CATHRYN SUE. Rockwell RUSS. ELLEN REBECCA. Heerne RUSSELL, LURA ANNE. Orenge RUSSELL. REBECCA LEE. Wichita Falls 523 RUTHERFORD. LINDA JEANETTE. Lubbock RYND. FRANK BARLOW. Houston SABRSULA. RENA SUSAN. Port Lavaca SAETA. ELSA. Pharr SAKOWSKI. CHRISTINE FELICIA. Arlington SALINAS, ALEX CELSO, San Antonio SALMON, BAILEY JAMES. Longview SALTER. CATHY JEAN. Wichita Falls SALTER. VIRGINIA C.. Garland SALVING. MARGARET L., Haiel Crest, III. SAMPSON, SHEILA ALLISON. Austin SANCHEZ. RODOLFO. Laredo SANDNER. JANN. Burnet SANDNER. JILL, Burnet SAUER. BARBARA LYN. Dallas SAVAGE, JACK WILLIAM, Dallas SAWYER, LISA RAY. Dallas SAWYER. STEVEN RAY. Austin SAYERS. SCOTT PHILEN JR.. Austin SCHAEFER. CARLA JO. Temple SCHAFFNER. LESLIE JACOB JR.. Arlington. Va. SCHINDLER. PARIS RAY, Houston SCHISSLER. RICHARD PRICE III. Houston SCHLECHTE. JUDITH ANN. Dallas SCHLEIER. GRADY EDWIN. Denver. Col. SCHLUETER. WANDA KAY, Sweetwater SCHMIDTKE. KAREN JEAN, Dallas SCHMITT. NINA MARIE, Austin SCHOLL, CATHERINE LEE. Houston SCHONS. JULIE ANN. San Antonio SCHONS, LAURA KAY. San Antonio SCHREIBMAN. JANET BETH, Birmingham, Ala. SCHROEDER, ROZANNE, San Antonio SCHULTZ, PEGGY ANNE, Pecos SCHUMACHER, EDGAR JOHN. Libertvville. III. SCHWEGMANN. JAMES RICHARD, San Antonio SCHWEMBERGER, CAROL IRENE. Memphis. Tenn. SCRUGGS. JAMES ALLEN. Houston SCRUGGS. ROBERT CARL. Houston SEALS. BEVERLY LU. Dallas SEBEK. CHARLES ANDREW, League City SEIBEL, MADALINE RUBY. Texas City SEIDEL, ROBERT MARK. Dallas SELLERS, CLIFFORD WYNNE, Corpus Christi SEMRAD. CHRISTINA. Houston SENTER. SUSAN, Forney SERVAES. PAMELA SUE. Houston SESSIONS. LORNA JEAN. Missouri City Class of 1974 SHACKELFORD, SUZANNE VESTA. Lincoln. Neb. SHANDS. REBECCA. Lufkin SHELDON. RICHARD KING. San Antonio SHELTON, SENETTE. Dallas SHERIDAN. DEBORAH N.. Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo. SHERMAN. DALE RANDOLPH. Pasadena SHIVELY. FRENCES FEY. Seabrook SHOSS, CONSTANCE EILEEN. Houston SHUFFLER. JEAN SLOAN. Houston SHYU. GENIE. Taojuan, Taiwan SIDOR. ANDREA MARIA. Denton SILVER. LYNN MARSHA. Skokie. III. SILVERBLATT. KEITH ALAN. Houston SIMMONS. DUANE GARRETT. Houston SIMONS. JACK MAYNARD. Austin SIMPSON, HAROLD VON. Buda SIMPSON. JOAN MARIE. Houston SIMPSON, ROBERTA ESTELLE, Duncanville SKELTON, MICHAEL H.. Austin SMALLING WILLIAM SANFORD. Baytown SMITH. BETTYNA MARIE. La Marque SMITH. CATHERINE ANN, Houston SMITH. CHARLES SCOTT. Austin SMITH, DEBORAH LEE, Austin SMITH, DIANE ELIZABETH, Wichita Falls SMITH. GARY LYNN. Hamlin SMITH. GENE DEREK. Houston SMITH. JAMES KENT. Bridgeport SMITH. JAN PAULETTE. Hurst SMITH. JEFFERY ALVIN. Austin SMITH. LESLIE DIANE. Houston SMITH. LINDA ELIZABETH. Fort Worth SMITH. PHILIP STEPHEN. Dallas SMITH. ROY DALEY JR.. Corpus Cnristi SMITH. SHELBY ANN. Shreveport. La. SNOW. SALLY KATHERINE. Houston SNYDER. NORMAN EDWARD JR.. 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El Paso THORNTON, JOE RAYFORD, Houston TIDWELL RUSSELL DESS. Del Rio TILLERSON. REX WAYNE. Conroe TINGLE. TERESA DIANE. Hurst TIPPETT, JENNY MARIE. Abilene TIPTON. JAMES ARNOLD. Nacogdoches TOEPPERWEIN. DOUGLAS NEAL. San Antonio TOLAR. ROBIN SAYER. Orange TOLBERT. CATHERINE ELIZABETH. Paris TOLLIVER. PAMELA DAWN. Killeen TOMEY. DEBORAH ANN. Fort Worth TOMPKINS. KAREN KAY. Corpus Christi TONG. NICOLETTE AMELIA. Houston TORIAN. GARY LAMAR. Houston TORRES. ELOISA YSAURA, Houston TRAMMELL. GARY LEE. San Antonio TRAUB. ROBERT GARY, Houston TRAVIS. ROXANE. Waco TREACCAR. ANNETTE L.. La Marque TREYBIG. DUANE STEVEN. El Campo TROYER. EMILY ARDATH. Dallas TURBOFF. RONALD. Houston TURNER. CHARLES MICHAEL. Grand Prairie TURNER. DEBORAH KAY. Austin TURNER. NANCY ALICE. Fort Worth TURNER. PATRICIA ANN. Dallas TURPIN. JAMES EDWIN. Bryan TYSON. GAYLE LANIER. New Boston UMHOLTZ. REBECCA SUE. Baytown UNDERWOOD. MAX STEPHEN. Baytown UPCHURCH. MICHAEL JAMES. Dallas UPCHURCH. REBECCA SUSAN, Borger URBAN. 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RICHARD EARL. Needville WEST, MARY ANN. Orange WEST. WILLIAM GEORGE JR.. Houston WESTBROOK. DAN ALLEN. Houston WEYANDT. GLENN BRADEN JR., Pampa WHALEY. JANET LYNN, Corpus Christi WHATLEY, LINDA SUE. Houston WHEAT. JERRY DANIEL. Abilene WHEELER. DONALD RAY. Duncanville WHEELER. LINDA KAY. Bedford WHELTON, LYNN ANN. La Marque WHITE. JENNY ALLANE. Houston WHITEHORNE. DARCY ANN. Scotch Plains. N. J. WHITEHURST. TERRI ANN. Longview WIEMERS. LESTER CARL, San Antonio WILKINS. JAMES ANTHONY. Dallas WILKINSON. ROBERT J., Bay City WILL. LINDA GAYLE. Fort Sill. Okla. WILLBERN, ARTHUR DENNIS III. Bishop WILLIAMS. CAROL LAVERE. Dallas WILLIAMS. GARY RICHARD. Huntsville WILLIAMS. JEFFREY H.. Orange WILLIAMS. JO LAHAY III. Freeport WILLIAMS KATHRYN. Beaumont WILLIAMS. MARY KATHERINE. Houston WILLIAMS, RICHARD MARTIN. Houston WILLIAMS. STANLEY DEAN. Deer Parlt WILLIS. DAVID NEIL. Austin WILLS. DENA SUE. Dallas WILLSON. CATHERINE LYNN. San Antonio Sophomores WILSON. CHARLES LOUIS. Beaumont WILSON. DONALD ALAN. Dallas WILSON. ELIZABETH DIANE. Weslaco WILSON. MARILEE. Dallas WILSON. MICHAEL LEE, Dallas WILSON. PAMELA JEAN. Dallas WILSON, SANDRA JEANNE. Wichita Falls WINN. RANDAL WALTER. San Antonio WINSTON, WALTER JR.. Palestine WINTERRINGER. SUSAN LEIGH. Fort Worth WIPPERMAN. SUSAN DE. Houston WISE. CHRISTIE SUE. Beaumont WITHROW. KIMBERLY EDWARD. Austin WOLBRETTE. BRUCE ELI. New Orleans. La. WOLDERT. DAN CHRISTIAN JR., Tyler WOOD, ROBERT BRUCE. San Angelo WORLEY. DENNIS JILES. San Antonio WORTH, JAMES CLINTON. San Antonio WRIGHT. JOSEPH MARTIE. Te.arkana WRIGHT, ROBERT STANLEY. Austin WROTH. SUSAN VIRGINIA. Lake Jackson WYATT. TERRIE LYNN, Houston WYLIE. GARY LEE. Cleburne WYMAN. RICHARD CARLSON. Dallas YARBROUGH. JANIS LOUISE, Galveston YARBROUGH MARY HELEN. Temple YATES. VICTORIA CAROLYN. San Antonio YOAKUM. BEVERLY LYNNE. Rockdele YONACK. MIMI RUTH. Dallas YORK. HANSELL N. III. Baytown YOUNG. MARY VIRGINIA. El Campo YOUNG. SHARON F.. Galveston ZAREMBA. ROBIN SUSANN. Austin ZUCKNICK. HENRIETTA EVELYN. Taylor 526 ABBETT. KATHLEEN, Del Rio ABOWITZ. SALLY. McGehee, Art. ACKER. BILL M., Garland ADAIR. MARSHALL REED. Houston ADAMCIK. ANTHONY JAMES. Weimar ADAMI. DEBRA L. Denton AGUIRRE. SONIA BELINDA. Austin AKERS. CAROL LORRAINE. Houston ALBRECHT. JEAN ANN. Goliad ALDER. SUSAN CAROLE. Dallas ALEXANDER. BEVERLY LYNN. Houston ALEXANDER. DEBRA LYNN, LePorte ALEXANDER. JOSEPH WAYNE. San Antonio ALEXANDER. RICHARD LEON. Dallas ALLEN. AMANDA RADFORD. Seobrook ALLEN. BRADY LEE. Srov.s ALLEN. MARK KIRKPATRICK. Perryton ALLISTON, GERALDINE DAWN. Beytown AMMERMAN, GLENN HAROLD. Rodeo. N. M. ANDERSON. GARY MICHAEL, Austin ANDERSON. JANE ALICE. Austin ANDERSON. MICHAEL DEAN. Austin ANSTEY, CAROL MARIE. Sun City. Arij. ANTWEIL. BARRY LEE. Hobbs. N. M. APPLEMAN. VICKI. Tulso. Olcla. ARBOGUST. ROBIN LEONORA. Austin ARNDT. PAULA JEAN. Houston ARNOLD. RONNIE BRUCE. Houston ARON. LISA ADELE. Houston ARONOWITZ. ANNE. Fort Worth ARRELL. ROCKY LEE. Graham ARRIAGA. PATRICIA ANN. Conroe ARTUSY, DEBORAH EDITH, Houston ATER, JOHN TIMOTHY. Bertram ATKINS. RICHARD DALE. Austin BAADE. PATRICIA JO. San Antonio BACON. CONNIE ANN, Killeen BACON. PAULA. Kaufman BAILEY. JO ANN. San Antonio BAILEY. SAMFRED WILLIAM, Bryan BAIRD. TIMMIE. La Marque BAKER. BEVERLY ZAN. Houston BAKER. JAMES ADAM. Baytown BAKER. JOY JERI. Deer Port BAKER. MICHAEL A.. N.A.S. Lemoore. Calif. BAKER. WILLIAM AUSTIN. Fort Worth BAKST, MARLENE BETH. Houston BALCH. DEAN MATTHEW. Wichita Falls Freshmen BALDWIN. ANITA ANN. Albuquerque. N. M. BALL. MICHAEL DAVIS. Fort Worth BALLARD. DEBORAH RUTH. Dallas BANISTER. PATRICIA ANN, Bryan BANKHEAD. PHILLIP CLAY. Carthage BARBOUR. PETER CLYDE. Austin BARIA, JOSEPH MURRY JR.. Corpus Christi BARKLEY. JULIA JO. Austin BARNES. DOROTHY MARIE. Dallas BARNES, DOUGLAS HENSON. San Antonio BARNES, MARY SUSAN. Atlanta. Ga. BARNETT. DONNA LEE. Abilene BARNETT, JACQUELINE RAE. Bridge City BARNETT, MICHAEL ALAN. Dalles BARR. CATHY LYNN, Austin BARR. JAMES ALAN. Abilene BARTLETT. CONNIE SUZANNE. Vernon BARTOS. LEONARD WAYNE. Weimar BASKINS. MARY LOUISE. Dallas BASS. CINDY LYNN. Orange BATES. ANN ROBINSON. Houston BATES. LOYCE LEE. San Antonio BATTLE. LINDA JEAN. El Paso BAUMGARDNER. SALLY ANNE. Houston BEALE. ELLEN. Houston BEARD. REBECCA LU. Guy BECKER. GARY MICHAEL. Houston BECKER. PEGGY LEE. San Antonio BEESON. BRIAN LEE. Laredo. Cob. BEHRENS. KAREN ELIZABETH, Austin BELL. CONNIE LEE. Houston BENDER. HELAINE MARIE. Dallas BENITEZ. LESLIE ANNE. San Antonio BENNINGFIELD. CAROL A.. Corpus Christi BETANCOURT. LINDA ANN. Houston BIDA, MELINDA KAY. Arlington BIDDLE. CHARLES RANDOLPH. Dallas BIENCOURT. PATRICIA LYNN. San Antonio BING. SARAH. Katy BISCAN. SHERRI ANN. Conroe BISHOP. CLEBERN NEWTON. Newton BISHOP. SANDRA ANNE. San Antonio BLACKLEY. GREGORY DON. Victoria BLAKENEY. CHARLES DANIEL. Baton Rouge, La. BLANCHARD. JEFFREY P.. Lubbock BLAYLOCK. TERRYL ANN. Merlin BLAZEK. MARY KATHLEEN, Houston BLOCHER. RITA ANN, Houston 527 BODIN. ELIZABETH KAY. Port Arthur BOLES. WAYNE 8LJRTON, Houston BOND, EVELYN LEE. Austin BONHAM. WILLIAM ROBERT. Houston BONICK. LEONARD E. JR., Comanche BONTE. FREDERICK WILLIAM, Dallas BOOKWALTER. ANTONIA. C.. Houston BOONE. SHARON HARTLEY. Albuquerque. N. M. BOSCH, EDUARDO, Laredo BOTTS. JON E., Houston BOWMAN, DEBORAH CAROL. San Antonio BO WN, KIMBERLY ALLYSON. Austin BOYCE, JOHN KIRKPATRICK III, Amarillo BOYCE. TOMMIE SUE. Donna BOYD. BEN RICHARD. Decatur BOYD. BILLY CARL. Decatur BOYNTON, JAN KATHRYN. Houston BRACKENDORFF, M. C. JR.. Houston BRADLEY. JANET SUSAN, Houston BRADLEY, PAUL SENE. Fort Worth BRADLEY, STEPHEN RANDOLPH, Luftin BRADSHAW, LESLIE GLENN. Austin BRAMLETT. MICHAEL DAVID, Baytown BRATT. CAROL ANN. Houston BRAVENEC. RONALD VICTOR. Temple BREIDENBRACH. RICHARD V., Houston BRENDLER. THERESE GEORGIANA, Lake Charles. La. BRENT. KAREN RENEE. Houston BRICKMAN. REBECCA. Waco BRINK. REBECCA SCHARON. Coleman BRINKLEY. BEN PAUL. Bowie BRITCHER. WILLIAM EARL III, Austin BROCK, CELITA BETH, Austin BROLLIER. DAVID SYDNOR. Houston BROOKNER. KATHERINE RAY, Beaumont BROOKS, CRAIG ALAN, Lubbock BROOKS. JESSE MILTON. Beckville BROOKS. SHARON LYNN. Dallas BROUGHTON. ARNOLD SCOTT. Lufkin BROWDER. LISA MILDRED, Conroe BROWN, DEBRA ANN. Galveston BROWN. DEBRA FRANCES, El Paso BROWN, DOUGLAS ERIC. Harlinqen BROWN. EDWARD VINCENT. Fredericksburg BROWN, GREENBERRY BEDFORD, Anqleton BRUCE, BARBARA ANN. Goldthwaite BRUDER, MARCIA JANE. San Antonio BRUNE, CAROLYN MARIE, Sealy Class of 1975 BRYCE, THOMAS DAVIS, Charleston. S. C. BUCHTER. DONA SUZANNE, Dallas BUEHRING. BRENDA JOYCE. Suqar Land BUIE. ANNA CLARE. Houston BUIE. ROBERT MICHAEL. Houston BUNGE. SANDRA LEE. Austin BURFORD. WILLIAM BENTON. Mount Pleasant BURGESS, RITA ANN. Richardson BURTON. ROBERT C.. Houston BUSSEY. MICHAEL STEVEN, San Dieqo, Calif. BUTLER. ALINE PATRICIA. Dallas BUTLER. BECKY ANN. Austin BUTLER. DENNIS MACK. Sinton BUTZ, RUSSELL BRYCE. Covington. La. BUVENS. LINDA CHRISTINE. Houston BUZZO. PEGGY LORRAINE. McQueeney BYERLY. FRANK WILLIAM JR.. Lufkin CAIN. ROBERT RYAN. Friendswood CALDWELL. CAROLYN COLE. Houston CALL. NANCY ELIZABETH, Vidor CAMPBELL, CATHERINE ALICE. Maqnolia. Ark. CAMPBELL. JOE MACK JR., San Antonio CAMPISE. CAROLE LYNN. Houston CAMPODONICO. LOUISE A., San Antonio CANBY, THOMAS DAWSON. JR.. Seabrook CANNON. REBECCA ANN. Houston CANTU. DORA ALICIA, Del Rio CARLESTON. CAROL JEAN, San Antonio CARLSON, JOHN HARALSON. Baytown CARROLL. RAYMOND V.. Fort Worth CARSTENSEN. AMY. Sacramento. Calif. CARTER. KATHLEEN MARIE. Austin CARTER. KATHRYN A.. San Antonio CARVER, BRAD LEE. Amarillo CASEY. MICHAEL SEAN. Pampa CASH. BECKY CHRISTINE. Old Ocean CASKEY. STANLEY HUBERT. Austin CAUGHRAN. SARAH ANN. Terrell CELAYA. PABLO FLORES. San Antonio CHAFFE. ELISABETH SUSANNE. Houston CHAMBERS. CAROL B.. Houston CHAMLEE. PHYLLIS JEAN. Waco CHANCEY. DONALD KIMBROUGH. Tulsa. Okla. CHANDLER, CHRISTOPHER PATRICK, Oklahoma City. Okla. CHAPIN. SUSAN ANN. Killeen CHAPMAN. DANIEL ORAN. Houston CHAPMAN, JUDY LYNN. Austin CHAPMAN. JULIE ANN. Baton Rouqe. La. 528 CHAPMAN. MELODY SUE. Rusk CHAPMAN. SARA LYNN. Baton Rouge. La. ChARLTON. CLAIRE ELEISE. Rosenberg CHASE. SAMUEL LOUIS. Midland CHERRY. CAROLYN LEE. Houston CHERRY. FRANKLIN ROBINSON, Beaumont CHEW, LAWRENCE PAUL. Dallas CHICOTSKY, ROBERT HAROLD, Fort Worth CHILD. CAROLYN JEAN, Houston CHILDRESS. BEVERLY KAY. Goldthwaite CHITWOOD. PATRICIA ALICE. Tyler CHRISTAL. RAYMOND EDWIN. San Antonio CLARK. CANDACE ANN. Schulenburg CLARK. GLEN ALAN, San Antonio CLARK. MARY LEE. Dallas CLARK. RICHARD H.. Houston CLAYTON. MARSHA GLYNN. Atlanta CLEAVELAND. JACK McRAE JR.. Dallas CLEGG. MARY VIRGINIA. Houston CLINTON. CLEVELAND GUY. Burnet CLOUD. CANDACE LYNNE. Austin CLOUDT. KATHLEEN THERESA. Houston CLOYES. BRIAN MORGAN. Houston COCKBURN. THOMAS NEIL. Lampasas COFFIN. JUDY S.. Beaumont COHEN. STEVEN DOUGLAS. Fort Worth COLE. BYRON HARRISON. San Antonio COLEMAN. GARY L.. Pasadena COLEMAN, NANCY LOIS. Houston COLLER. KAREN S.. Houston COLLETT. JOHN STEVEN. Dallas COLLINS. SHARON LEE. Beale AFB. Calif. COLOPY. MICHAEL THOMAS. Seabrook CONNALLY. FRED H.. Dallas CONNELL. CYNTHIA ROBIN. Dallas CONNELL. JAMES RICHARD. Denton CONNET. MEL DWIGHT. Kansas City. Mo. CONNOR. MARY E.. Houston COOK, BARBARA ELLEN. Brownsville COSTIN. SANDRA JEAN, Colorado City COWHIG, DENIS MARTIN. Baytown COX. NANCY JO. Beaumont COZBY, REBECCA LOUISE, Fort Worth CRABTREE, SUZIANN, Houston CRAFT, PHYLLIS MARIE. Sequin CRAIG. DARRELL WAYNE. Hamlin CRAVEN. MARK STEPHEN. Anqleton CRAWFORD, ZENOBIA YVONNE. Houston Freshmen CRIER. CATHERINE JEAN, Celina CRIST, MARY THERESA, Dallas CRONIN. TERESA ANNE, Houston CROWE, ROBERT IRL. Houston CULLING, ALISON JEANNE. Omaha. Neb. CURRAN. STEPHEN S.. Houston CURRY. RONALD ELMO, San Angelo DABNEY. DAN Y., Dallas DAHL, PHILIP ORRIN. Houston DAIGH, MARGARET OLIVIA. Dallas DALE. DONNA LYNN. Richardson DALHEIM. EDWARD WILLIAM. Houston D ALISERA. LAURA ANN. Houston DALTON. RICHARD EUGENE. Andrews DARROW, MARSHA ELLEN, Dallas DASHIELL. DIANE, Houston DAVIDSON. CHARLEY A.. Houston DAVIS, CLIFTON DEAN, Baytown DAVIS. EDWARD A.. Dallas DAVIS. ELEANOR BARBARA. Houston DAVIS. JANNA DENICE. Fort Worth DAVIS. RAREN LORRAINE. Houston DAVIS. MARGARET ANN. Houston DAVIS. RICHARD FRANKLIN JR.. Woodville DAY. DEBRA. Lufkin DEAL. JAMES WILLIAM. Pearsall DECKER. JIM DAVID. Childress DELUNA. JUAN ROSENDO. Carrizo Springs DENENA, MARGARET MARY. Hearne DENNY. JOHN BERNARD. San Antonio DENSMORE. CYNTHIA ANN, Sweotwater DETTMAN, LAURA JANE, Stockdale DEVINE, SHAUN ELLEN, Houston DIBRELL. COOPER GRAHAM. Seguin DICK. DAVID MICHAEL. Houston DICKERSON. MARY PATRICE. Fort Worth DODD. CHERYL RAE. Austin DOELL. THOMAS CHARLES. Dallas DOHERTY. MARGARET VIRGINIA, San Augustir DOMASK. LUCY VAILE. Houston DONNELLY. WAYNE EDWARD. City DOUGLASS, DEBORAH ANN. New Boston DREILING. OMER A. II. San Angelo DRYDEN, PATRICK, Fort Worth DUNCAN, SUSAN ANN. 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EUBANK, BEVERLY JANE, Houston EVANS, CYNTHIA ANN. Fort Worth EWALD. BRENDA GAIL. Taft EWAN. SAM MASSINGALE. Daingerfield FAERBER. CHARLES VINCENT. Houston FAIRLEIGH. MARGARET ANNE, Houston FARLEY. DALE ELLEN. St. Louis. Mo. FARMER. MARGARET JEANNINE. Galveston FARNSWORTH, BILLE SHAYNE. Houston FARR. ROBIN, Houston FAULKNER. WENDELL D. JR.. Pecos FELCMAN. FRANK LESLIE JR.. Houston FELTMAN. ALLEN MARCUS, Dallas FERGUSON, LARRY WAYNE, Terrell FERRELL, DAVID KEITH JR., Mobile, Ala. FERRILL. DIANNA KAY, Fort Worth FERTEL, DAN, New Orleans, La. FIELDING, B. DONALD, Dallas FINKELSTEIN, SHERYL LAN. Dallas FINLEY, GEORGA LEW. Houston FINLEY. MARY KAY. Kermit FINN. BEVERLY SUE, Houston Class of 1975 FISCHER, MEREDITH B.. McAllen FISHER. NOLA JAN. Andrews FISHER. PAUL JAMES, Houston FLEMING. BENTON SCOTT JR.. La Porte FLORENCE, VICKIE SUZANNE. Houston FLORES, MICHAEL MARTY, Laredo FLUME, RAYMOND LAWRENCE, San Antonio FLY, KAREN ELAINE. Corpus Christi FLY, RUTH MARGUERITE, Uvalde FOCHT. JOHN DELMER. San Antonio FORD, KAREN RAE, Copperas Cove FORRESTER, SALLY ANN. Baytowr, FOSTER. LAURA ANN, Richardson FOX, STAN D.. Corpus Christi FOX. TIMOTHY JOE. Fort Worth FREEMAN. DIANE LYNN. Grand Prairie FRIEDEL, DONALD WALTER, Dallas FRIEDMAN, KAREN SUE, Dallas FRITTS, MARY ANN, Houston FULTON. JEANIE QUINN. Fort Worth FUSSELL. MICHAEL THOMAS, Pittsburgh. Pa. GAGE, CYNTHIA ANN, Austin GALLAGHER, JAMES DANIEL JR., Thornton. Col. GARBER, REBECCA JUNE. Dallas GARCIA. JONAS, Houston GARCIA, MARIO REY, Campbellton GARDNER. DEBORAH JILL. Abilene GARDNER, EDWARD MITCHELL. Houston GARDNER, MINALEE ETHEL. Port Lavace GARDNER. SUSAN KAY, Austin GARNER, THOMAS ROBERT, Taylor GARRETT, CAROL CHRIS. Fort Worth GARY. PAMELA SUSAN. Uvalde GARZA. CORINA RUTH, McAllen GARZA, DAHLIA, Corpus Christi GASTON, JANET MARIE, Houston GEASLEN, PHILLIP CRAIG, Houston GEORGE. JULIET ADA, Fort Worth GERLACH, REBECCA LEA. Houston GERST. LAWRENCE EDWARD, Brooklyn, N. Y. GERTH, SHARON JOY. San Antonio GIDDEN BARRY PAUL. Baytown GILL, RACHEL. Lyford GILL. STEVEN ALLAN, McAllen GILLESPIE. DEBRA LYNN, Fort Worth GIVEN. RICHARD B., El Paso GOBLE. LYDIA LUCILLE. Houston GOLDBERG. KENNETH EDWARD. Dallas 530 GOLDBERG. STUART GEORGE. Son Antonio GOLDSMITH. KARAN JANE. Dallas GOLDSTEIN. PHYLLIS CEILE, Austin GOLTRA. DEBORAH JANE, Son Antonio GOMEZ. ANNA MARIA. San Antonio GONZALES. RUDY F. JR.. Corpus Christi GOODE. SHERRILYN. Waco GOODNIGHT. MARY MARGARET. Son Antonio GOODWIN. GUY CLIFFORD. Son Antonio GOONE. WILLIAM NATHAN. Fort Worth GORDON. HAROLD JOHN. Dallas GOREN, ABE SILVERMAN. Houston GORIN. CHRISTY ANN. Austin GORZYCKI. DIANE ELAINE. Austin GOULD. CANDYE LAVERNA. Mount Pleesent GRADISAR. KATHLEEN MARIE. Pueblo. Col. GRAHAM. MARYANNE KAY. Fort Worth GRANBERRY, KAREN LOUISE. Austin GRANT, PHYLLIS LORRAINE. Grond Proirie GRAY. JO ELAINE. Jacksonville GREATHOUSE. TONI LOUISE. Lemoore. Celif. GRIFFIN. KATHERINE McFARLAND. Fort Worth GRIFFIN. WILLIAM HENRY. Horlingen GRIMES, MARIALICE LEE. Port Arthur GRIMES. SANDRA RUTH. Houston GROVER. LESLIE LAURA. Copperas Cove GUERNSEY, PAMELA JEAN. Kildare GUERRA, IMELDA CELINE. Edinburg GULLEY. ROBERT BRYAN. Corpus Christi GUNA-TILAKA. AKALIT. Bangkok. Thailand GURIEVSKY. EVELYNN SHARON, New Orleans. La. GUSTAFSON. LENORA ANN. Austin GUTHRIE. LYDA FRANCES, Houston GUTIERREZ. CHRISTINA. Austin GUY. GREG ALAN, Austin HAAS. LOUIS GREGORY. Fort Worth HACKEDORN. LYNN. Houston HADDAD. MARY ELIZABETH. Austin HAGEMEIER, CHARLES BROWN. Corpus Christi HAGSTETTE. ERIC STEWART. Houston HAHN. STEVEN DANIEL. Dallas HAIKIN. HILDI JEAN, Houston HAINEY. MEL FORREST, Fort Worth HALE. TAMARA LYNN, Austin HALL. DUNCAN WAYNE. Austin HALL. JOHN ALLEN. Lockrtart HALL, MARK LEWIS. Houston HALL. SANDRA JEANNE. Fort Worth Freshmen HALL. WENDELL WESLEY. San Antonio HALLAHAN, MERRI ELIZABETH. Wichita Falls HAMANN, JANICE YVONNE. Austin HAMILTON. DONALD CRAIG. Houston HAMILTON, ROBERT STUART, Dallas HAMMOND, BRUCE PRENTISS. Texas City HAMMOND. MARY MARIA. Grahom HANCOCK. KYLE EBON. Richordson HAND. NELVA EILEEN. Dallas HANSARD. DEBRAH MARIE, Austin HANSON, MICHAEL EDWIN. Houston HARDEE. DEBORAH JO. Athens HARDY. KATHRYN LYNN, Houston HARE. TERESA DIANNE. Houston HARRINGTON. RICK. Houston HARRIS. GLORI LYNN. Hugo. Okla. HART, MARI LISE. Houston HARTWIG, DAVID WILLIAM, Austin HARVEY, KATHRYN MEREDITH. Wichita Falls HARWELL, CATHERINE REBECCA. Houston HASKOVEC. DEBORAH JO. Dickinson HATCH. CARLOS GREGG. Wellington HATTON. GAIL. Austin HAUSER. MELANIE. Houston HAWTHORNE. DUDLEY DELBERT JR.. Houston HAWTHORNE. LOU ANN. Lufkin HAYATAKA. HOLLY AIKO. Irving HAYNES. JULIE CALE. Fort Worth HAZUDA. BETH MARY. Clifton. N. J. HEANEY. JOHN PILTER JR.. San Antonio HEAP, MARTHA MELISSA. Temple HEARN. RICHARD MICHAEL. Brownsville HECTOR. LARRY GARVEL. Austin HEILMAN. DEBORAH GENEVIEVE. Corpus Christi HEJL. PATRICIA ANN. Fort Worth HEJTMANEK. RONALD LEE. Palacios HELFAND. THOMAS ROY. Dallos HELLMAN, ROBERTA BETH. Worcester. Moss. HENDERSON. JOHN III. Lufkin HENINGTON, WAYNE MORROW. Wolfe City HENNESSEE. LEE ANN. Houston HENRY. NANCY DENISE. Austin HENRY, WALTER ALAN, Son Antonio HENSEN, JACK ROBERT, Houston HERMANSEN. GRACE LEIGH. Yookum HERNDON. ANNE. Dollos HERRICK. MARK RAWLS. Houston HESTER. SARA JEAN. Lima. Ohio 531 HICKS. DEBRA JEAN. Austin HIGGINS. LINDA CAROL. Houston HIGHSMITH. JOHN WHITEHURST. Dallas HILL. MARITA KAYE. Houston HIME. JAMES ARCHIE. Kingsville HIMMELBLAU. MARGARET ANN, Austin H INES. JAMES THOMAS. Crockett HINOJOSA. SYLVIA RUTH. Rio Grande City HIRT, DARRELL LEE. Rocldale HOALDRIDGE. HANK FREEMAN II. Burleson HO6BS. CAROL LYNN. Austin HOEFLEIN. THOMAS JOSEPH. Austin HOFFMAN. CLARA GRETCHEN. Dallas HOFFMAN. SUSAN LOUISE. San Antonio HOLASEK. KARLA RAE. Houston HOLCOMB. DANIEL WELDON. Tyler HOLEKAMP. JENNIE LINTON. Kerrville HOLLAND. NED. San Antonio HOLLEY. CHRIS LYNN. Fort Worth HOLLOWAY. EMILY ANN, Houston HOLLOWAY. JAMES PORTER JR.. Dallas HOLMES. ERCELL RENEE. La Marque HOLMES. WILLIAM LANIER. Lufkin HOLTZAPPLE, THERESA LOU, Alvin HONEA. CAROLYN SUE. Pasadena HOOPER. CHARLES JACKSON. Houston HORANY, DAVID LEE. Wichita Falls HORN. MONICA ADELA. Brownsville HORN. ROY B.. San Antonio HOTZE. JAMES BENEDICT. Houston HOUSE. SUSAN PATRICIA, Houston HOWARD. BENJAMIN RYDER. Warner Robins. Ga. HUBBARD. BARBARA BELLE. Fort Worth HUCHINGSON, JUDITH H., St. Louis. Mo. HUCKABAY, JANET AILEEN. Houston HUDSPETH. PATRICK DIRK. Dallas HUEBNER, KATHRYN SUE. Bellville HUSHES. BARBARA JULIE, Atlanta HUGHES. LAURA-HILL. Houston HUGHES. STEPHANIE ANN. Seaford. N. Y. HUIE. SHERRY DARLE NE. Dallas HULL. HARRIETT SUSAN, Fort Worth HUMPHREY, CATHERINE SUE. Dallas HUNSAKER. JAN. St. Anthony. Idaho HUNSAKER, MICHAEL DAVID. Wichita Falls HUNT. KAREN SUE. New Braunfels HUNT. MARILYN LEE. Missouri City HUNT. TODD McLEAN. Dallas Class of 1975 HUNTER. MARSHA LEE. Beaumont HURST. SHARON RIE. Austin HUSMANN. GARY WILLIAM, Houston HUTCHINSON. KAREN. Fort Worth HUTCHINSON. NEDRA ANN. Andrews INGRAM. ALISON. Fort Worth ISBELL, JUDY DEBORAH, Frisco ISCOE, CRAIG STEVEN, Austin IVEY, MARY LEE, Kerrville IVEY. PATRICIA LYNN. Robert Lee JACKSON, BETTY ANNE, Houston JACKSON, BEVERLY JAN, Houston JACKSON, DEBORAH DENISE, Dallas JACKSON, FRANK MARION, Austin JACKSON, KATHRYN RUTH, Eagle Pass JACOB. DARRELL GENE. Rockdale JACOBS. JERRY MARK. Daingerfield JAGGARS. LARRY LEE, Cleburne JAMES, BARBARA ANN. Dallas JAMES. RAY SCOTT. Houston JANECKA. ALAN CHARLES, Fort Worth JANES, BRADFORD LEE, Richardson JENDRY, TERRI BETH. Jourdanton JENNINGS. LINDA LOU. Graham JOHNS. JIMMY BURRUS, Pittsburg JOHNS, LAURA ANN, City JOHNS, LINDA SUSAN. San Antonio JOHNSON. BECKIE JAN. Irving JOHNSON. GARY EDWARD. Austin JOHNSON, KENT ANDERS. Lake Jackson JOHNSON, LEOTA RAE, Austin JOHNSON, PATRICK EARL. Houston JOHNSON. RAYBORN C. JR.. Baytown JOHNSON. REGINA ANN. Clute JOHNSON. ROBERT ARNI. San Antonio JOHNSON. SHARON LYN, Liberty JOHNSTON. ROBERT ARTHUR. Houston JONES. JANA SUE. Weatherford JONES. KEVYN COLLEEN. Richardson JONES. MARK. Austin JONES, MICHAEL DEE. Houston JONES. PAMELA L., San Antonio JONES. VICKIE LYNN. Houston JORDAN, CYNTHIA DEANN. Fort Worth JORDY. PAMELA ANN. Houston JOST. KATHY S.. Houston JUETT. JOHN HUGH. Bryan JUNG. MARY CATHERINE. Lubbock tftl 532 KALLINA, CARL ANTHONY, Garwood KAMINSKI. LYNN WEIS. Moberly. Mo. KATT. SANDRA LOUISE. New Braunfels KAUFMAN. CHARLES OSTER. Dallas KAWAMOTO, JO ANNE AKIYE, Mission KECK. CONSTANCE R., Seabrook KEETER. OLAN ALFORD. Plainview KEILS, SHARI KAY. Teogue KELLER. DOROTHY KAY. Dallas KELLEY. LINDA KAY. Graham KELLY. KATHY JO, Belloire KELLY. KIM M.. Terrell KELLY, MELODY YVONNE. Houston KEPNER, JOHN WILLIAM. Houston KHALILI. FATEMEH PARVIN, Tehran, Iran KIDD, JONATHAN WAYNE. Harlingen KIDD. NANCY NELL. Mason KIDDER. KAREN A.. Victoria KILPATRICK. BRUCE HUNTER, Killeen KIMBROUGH. CATHERINE ELIZABETH. Austin KING. ELAINE. Port Arthur KING. JANET LYNN. Houston KINSEY. RICHARD ED, Son Angelo KIRK. KAROL, Wichita Falls KISER. SUE ELLEN, Alice KLAWITTER, ART L. Needville KLECKA. DARLENE KATHLEEN. Houston KLEIFGEN. CYNTHIA MARGARET, Houston KLEIN. DEBORAH CHERYL. Bryan KLINE. STEVEN CUMMINGS. Ames. Iowa KNAAK. JOY MARIE. Houston KNIGHT, FLORENCE CHRISTINE, Wichita Falls KNIGHT, RANDAL BLAKE. Texas City KNOD. SHERRY MARLAYNE. DeQueen. Ark. KNOTTS, MARY SUSAN, Huntsville KOCUREK. RANDELL A., Houston KOHUTEK. SHELIA YVONNE, Temple KOLB, JAY THOMAS, Houston KOONCE. RICHARD CHARLES, Bowie KORTAGE, MARLENE ELAINE. Dallas KOTROLA. RICHARD JAY. Austin KRENEK. WILFRED MICHAEL. Richmond KUEHL. DEBORAH ANN, Waco KUTLER, JERRY ALAN, San Antonio LAGARDE, CYNTHIA KAY. Houston LAKE. GREGORY RAYMOND. Seabrook LAKE. LINDA KURSTIE. San Antonio LANDE, LAURA BRETT. Fort Worth Freshmen LANE. DEBORAH. Rosenberg LANG, WILLIAM REED III. Rio Hondo LANGE. RODNEY ALBERT, Austin LANGSTON, MICHAEL THORNE. Mexia LANKFORD. MICHAEL GLENN, Rockdale LARGENT. BRUCE TED. Ennis LARREY. CAMILLE. Houston LA RUE. WILLIAM BLAKE. Houston LATTIMORE, DAVID LAUER. Port Arthur LAUGH LIN. LOU ANN. Houston LAUGHLIN. WILLIAM RANDOLPH. Robstown LAXSON. CONSTANCE LYNN. Tulsa, Okla. LEAL. GLORIA LUCIA. Austin LEATHERWOOD. HELEN. Bonham LEATHERWOOD, JAMES L.. Bonham LEBOWITZ. AMELIA KAY. Austin LEE. DAVID ALAN. Houston LEE. SHERMAN BEOWULF, Fort Worth LEEPER. MARYANNE MACGUAIRN, San Antonio LEIGH, DONNA ANN. Houston LEISTER, CURTIS WYNNE, Orange LEONARD. JANET ELIZABETH. Dallas LERN6R. STEVEN DAVID. Houston LESCURE. ANNETTE MARIE. Dallas LESHIN. RICHARD LEE. Robstown LESIKAR. WILLIAM WAYNE. Victoria LEVENSON, KAREN SUE. El Paso LEVIN. PHYLLIS LEE. El Campo LEVIN. SUSAN BETH. Dallas LEVY. AMY BETH, Dallas LEVY, RICHARD JULIUS. Houston LEWELLEN. GARY LOUIS. Houston LEWIN. LESLIE JANE. McAllen LEWIS. RICHARD EDMONDS. Dallas LIGHTFOOT. RANDALL LEE. Plainview LIGHTHOUSE, LYNDA GAY. San Marcos LINDSEY, JAMES ELDON, Fort Worth LINDSEY. MELINDA JANE. Pearsall LINENSCHMIDT. LARRY LEON. Greenville LIPPIATT, LINDA DIANE. San Antonio LITTLE. JANET ANN, Gatesville LITTLE. LINDA, Houston LITTLETON. JEAN OLIVETTE. Houston LOCKHART. REGINA LEE. Austin LOGAN. JOHN LARRY, San Antonio LOGAN. KAREN ANN. Springfield. Va. LOHMANN, DIANA SUE. Austin LOPEZ. CYNTHIA ANNA. Corpus Christi 533 LORD. WILLIAM DAVID. Austin LOVE, JANELLE MARGARET. Houston LOW, PAUL MATTHEW. Dallas LOWE, DONALD ALAN, Henderson LOWERY, ELIZABETH ANN, Dallas LOWRY. MICHAEL EUGENE Dallas LUCAS. LYNN RUTH, Houston LUNDQUIST, SILLESPIE ARTHUR. Corpus Christi LUNSFORD, NANCY ELIZABETH, Houston LUTHER, SHERRYL ANN, Houston LUTTRELL, PAUL ALLEN, Dallas LYNCH, DAN STEVEN. Fairfax. Va. LYON, JENNIFER SUSAN, Spring LYONS. DEIDRE DIANE. Houston MACHA, JUDY ANN. Hungerford MACKOWSKI. MARTHA ANN, Dari.n. Conn. MAEDGEN. VILENE. San Angelo MAGILL, DONNA. Houston MAILLOUX. CYNTHIA ANN, Houston MANGRUM. MARC ALAN. Lubbock MANGUM, MURRAY PAUL. Houston MANTELL. PATRICIA ANNE, San Antonio MARDOCK. RUTH ANNE, Dallas MAREK, RAYMOND JO E JR.. Dallas MARKEL RONALD CLAYTON. Dallas MARSHALL. CHRISTINA. Dallas MARTH. TERESA RENE. Baytown MARTIN, EDWARD HALE. Abilene MARTIN. GABRIELLE FRANCHETTE. Austin MARTIN. ISABEL H.. Tatum MARTIN. NANCY GAIL. Houston MARTIN. NIKKI LYNN, Beaumont MARTIN, RICHARD DEWAYNE, Chico MARTINEZ, ALEJANDRO RIOS, San Antonio MASSEY, ALAN REED, Baytown MATAYA. JUDITH ANN. Houston MATTAR. ALAN THOMAS, Fort Worth MATTESON, STEPHEN MARK. La Marque MATTHEWS. GEORGE HILARY. Victoria MATTHEWS. KENNI SUE. Corpus Christ! MAXWELL, JERRY THOMAS. Austin MAYES. ROY ALLEN, Austin MAYFIELD, NANCY SUE, Austin McANINCH, LARRY RAY. Teas City McCAFFETY. SHELLEY WYNAN. Pasadena McCLESKEY. NATHANIEL TURK. Austin McCONNELL. MARYANN. Houston McCOY. DWYLENE. Sweetwater Class of 1975 McCULLICK. TRACEY HELENS. Austin McCULLOCH. MARK HOWARD. Beaumont McCULLOUGH, ETHELENE. Fort Worth McCULLOUGH, SUSAN GAY. Piano McCUMBER. BRAD ROBERT. Brownsville McDERMOTT. MARY KAY, Houston MCDONALD. LAVERIE JEAN. Texas City MCDONALD. MICHAEL STEPHEN. Dei Rio McDOUGALL, CHARLENE, Austin McGEE. MARYJO PATRICIA. Rochester. N. Y. McGRAW. PATRICE SUZANNE. New Braunfels McHUGH. MARY ELIZABETH. Millburn, N. J. MclNGVALE, JULIA ELIZABETH. Dallas McKEE. SUZANNE. Fort Worth MCLAUGHLIN. JOHN ROBERT. Midland McLINDEN, KAREN ELIZABETH, Houston McMAHAN. JOHN PATRICK, Lometa McMAHON, LEAH LYNN, Odessa McMICHAEL, PAMELA LEA, Midland McNALLY. ALAN E., Memphis McNATT. JAMES LEE. San Antonio McNAUL. SALLY MORROW. Odessa McOUADE, KENNETH JAMES. Fort Worth McREYNOLDS. ALLEN DALE. Longview MEDINA. CORINA CRUHM. Brownsville MENDOZA. STANLEY RODRIGUEZ. New Braunfels MENGERS. LEROY ALFRED, Mathis MERRITT, KAREN LYNN, Houston MESINGER. JAY MONROE. Houston MESSERA. CLAUDIA LYNN. Dallas MEYER. STEVE WILLIAM, Corpus Christi MEYERSON, CHERYL R., San Antonio MILAN. DAVID MICHAEL. Hurst MILLER. MIMI ORMAND, Pampa MILLS, KEITH WAYNE, Childress MITCHELL. LESA CLAIRE. Dallas MITCHELL, LINDA CAROL, Houston MONRO. DEBORAH ANN, Houston MONTGOMERY. CLIFTON JAMES. Ozona MONTGOMERY. MARGARET AQUIN, Dallas MOORE. DOYLE RANDALL. Austin MOORE. JAMES M.. Houston MOORE, LEANNE, Port Arthur MOORE. MARCELLA JOY, Houston MOORE. MARTHA KATHRYN. Midland MOORE. NANCY ARLENE. Dallas MOORE. WILLIAM BRUCE. Houston MOREHOUSE. WENDE LOU. Beaumont 534 1 MORENO. SYLVIA. Brownsville MORGAN. LYNETTE. Austin MORGAN. SCOTT TOMS. Cos Cob. Conn. MORGAN. VICKI ANN. Dallas MORRIS. BILLY FRANK JR.. Midland MORRIS. CHERYL MINON. Houston MORRIS. GENE PATTON. Houston MOSLEY. KAREN LUCILLE. Corpus Christ! MOSSO. STEWART JOHN. Galveston MOSTERT. RACHEL LEE. Houston MUECKE. PAULA JEAN. Three R.vers MUIR. JO ANN. San Antonio MULBERRY. GAYLE ANN. Dallas MULLANE. MAUREEN. Houston MULLEN. HARRYETTE ROMELL. Fort Worth MULLINS. RUSSELL NEAL. Gladewater MUNCEY. LINDA JEANNE. Houston MURDOCK, CHERILYN. Atlanta MURPHY, JAMES SCOTT. Houston MURRAY. ARTHUR LEE. San Antonio MURRAY. PAMELA JANE. Gary. Ind. MURRELL. THOMAS KADER JR.. Richardson NAGID. JERRY LYNN, Dallas NALL. CATHI LYNN. Houston NARISI. VINCENT JOSEPH. Dallas NASH, JOHN HARVEY III. Austin NAUGHTON. CATHERINE ANNE. Houston NAYMOLA. GAIL JOSEPHINE, Houston NEAL. DURWOOD EARNEST. Fort Worth NEIDERT. LISA JO. Houston NELSON. DIANE BERENICE. Austin NELSON. GLENN EDWARD, Houston NELSON. RANDY ALLAN. Greenville NELSON, ROBERT GRANT. Austin NERRICCIO. MARY ANNE. Laredo NESLONEY. DEBORAH SUE. San Antonio NEUHAUS. NANCY PARK. Houston NEWCOMB, PAUL STANLEY. Houston NEWSOM. CONNIE SUE. Austin NICHOLS. CAROLYN. Galena Parlc NIENABER, KIMBERLEY ANN. Evergreen, Colo. NIETO. JOHN M. JR.. Del Rio NOLTE. WILLIAM EDMOND. New Braunfels NONMACHER. EDWIN JACK Ml. Houston NORMAN. JOHN DAVID. Fort Worth NOTLEY, ANNE. Fort Worth NOWLIN. ETHEL RUTH. Harlingen OAKES. LYNN RUSLING. Houston Freshmen m (1 O ' BRIEN. ANN. Houston OCHOA. MARIA GUADALUPE. Austin O ' CONNOR. SHARON PATRICIA. Dallas ODELL. MICHAEL ALAN. Nederland ODOM. MELVIN CURTIS. Vernon O ' KELLEY. MICHAEL KEITH. Houston OLDFIELD. MARY ELIZABETH, Bastrop OLIVER, LARRY DWAIN. Bossier City. La. OLSEN. ELISE ARLINE. Houston OLSON. SUZANNE M.. Darien. Conn. O ' NEAL. RON DOUGLAS. Richardson O ' NEILL. JOHN CHRISTIAN. Fort Worth ONION. JANET MARGARET. San Antonio ORENTLICHER. JOAN ANNE. Atlanta. Ga. ORMAN. MARY PATRICIA. Luftin ORTOLON. GOERGE PERRY. Columbus OSBORN. JANE LEIGH. Lake Jacbon OSBORN. MARY GAY. Bryan OSBORNE. JOHN CARROLL. Midland OTAHAL. DAVID EDWARD. Houston OTT. HARRY LEON. Austin OTTO. JANE MARIE. Dallas OWENS. MELISSA CLAIRE. Austin PACE. ELIZABETH SEORGIANNA, Alexandria. Va. PANZARELLA. ROBERT LOUIS. Humble PARKER. BARBARA CARROLE. Fairfax. Va. PARNELL. JOHN EDWARD. Houston PARTLOW. ROSS GERALD. Liberty PASSMORE. SHERRY ANN. Austin PATE. GREGORY SCOTT. Fort Worth PATTILLO. GEORGE DENNIS, Waco PATTON. ALEXANDER FORD. Beeville PAUL. ELIZABETH ROSEANNE. Houston PAULL. ADRIENNE. Hammonton. N. J. PAULL. ALAN HERMAN, Houston PAZDRAL. GEORGE HOWARD. Somerville PEARCE. STEPHEN MOE. Austin PEARSON. KAREN LEE. Leander PEARSON. MICHAEL PARIS. Houston PECKINPAUGH. WILLIAM THOMAS. Houston PEDDYCOART. PATRICIA. Houston PEGRAM. NORMAN RICHARD. Somerset. N. J. PENN. SUSAN ELAINE. Austin PENNINGTON. RICHARD ADAIR. Livonia. Mich. PENNINGTON. RUTH K.. Nassau Bay PENNY. SUZANNE NOELLE. Dallas PERKINS. MICHAEL FREDERICK. Pasadena PERRIN. GREGORY JON. Hamlin 535 PETERMAN. SUZANNE. City PETROV, SANDRA DIANE. Houston PETTY. LYNDA SUSAN. Fort Huachuca. Arii. PHILLIPS. ELIZABETH ANN. Austin PHILLIPS. GWENDOLYN. Roanoke PIERINI, DIANE JEANNE. Madrid. Spain PIERSON. LINDA ANN, Fort Worth FILLER. HENRY DAVID. Dallas PINTER, MERILEE MARIE. Milwaukee, Wis. PIPER, JAY ANTHONY. Houston PIPPIN, RISA KAM, Houston PLYLER. ANN ELIZABETH. Tyler POE. LINDA SUSAN, Dallas POE, VICKI LYNN. Richardson POLUNSKY, MARK, San Angelo POND. CYNTHIA LOU. Richardson POPP, JAMES EDWIN, Long Grove. III. POPPER, LAURA ANDERSON. Memphis Tenn. POSGATE, LOUIS RIDOUT. Houston POSTMA. ROBERT ALAN, Amarillo POWELL, CYNTHIA JEAN, Dallas POWELL, MAGGIE MARSHA. Salveston POWER. PATRICIA ANN. Brownsville POWERS. DAVID G.. Dallas POWERS. GREGORY MICHAEL. Harlingen POZZA, DONALD LEE. San Antonio PRATER. RONALD TIMOTHY, Garland PRATT. DENISE BALLOU. Monroe. La. PRATT, JAMES LAURENS, Houston PRESLEY, CYNTHIA ANN, Mount Pleasant PRESTON. CAROLE ELIZABETH. Channelview PRICE. ROBERT DAVID, Houston PRIEST, SUSAN LEE. Dallas PROCTOR. JONI LYNN, Libertyville. III. PULLIAM. DEBRA DENISE. Bridge City PYE, DONALD SIDNEY, Roanoke OUINTANILLA. ROGER RIVERA. Corpus Christ; RACANELLI. RICHARD MARK. Dallas RACHEL, KAREN CAMILLE. Houston RACHNER. ROBERT RICHARD. Arlington. Va. RAINBOLT. SHARON KATHLEEN. Austin RAINEY, SARAH LINN, Houston RAMOS. RITA. Austin RATNER. NATHAN, San Antonio RAY, GREGORY FRANCES. Sequin READ. DEBRA LOUISE. Houston REDDICK. MARY LOUISE, Dallas REDWINE. RAS V.. Austin Class of 1975 REED, JOHN HOWARD, Eagle Lake REEDER. MARGARET BRANDON. Houston REEVES. WILLIAM WALTER. Houston REGNIER. PAUL PATRICK. Houston REICHEK. DEBORAH GAIL. Houston REID. RANDAL RAY. Lake Jackson REILEY. RONNIE WAYNE. Kenedy RENNER. DANIEL RAY, Lamesa RENTFRO. LINDSAY ELIZABETH. Brownsville REPP. DAVID L.. Dallas RESNICK. MICHELE ANN. Fort Worth REXROAT. JANA CAROL. Eastland REYNOLDS. BOBBY RAY. Carthage REYNOLDS. WILLIAM JOSEPH JR.. Austin RHODES. RICHARD CRAIG. Midland RIBE. RICHARD LINDSEY, Lake Jackson RICE, JOHN STEVEN. Tyler RICHARDS. JACK CARLIN. Corpus Christ! RICHARDSON. BARTON PARRISH. Houston RICHARDSON. JANET ELAINE. New Boston RICHEY, HOWARD WILLIE, Corpus Christi RIEMANN, CARL FRIEDRICH, Guayaquil. Ecuador RIFE, THOMAS ALLAN. Mesquite RILEY. ROZANNE. Austin RINGLE. ROBERT STEVEN. Universal City RIOS. MANUEL PENA. Seguin ROACH. GEORGE MICHAEL. Austin ROBERTS. CHARLES STANLY. Austin ROBERTS, JAMES DEWITT. Levelland ROBERTS. JERRY LEON. Te as City ROBERTS. MELINDA. Houston ROBERTS. RHONDA LYNNE. Dallas ROBERTSON. CYNTHIA L. Graham ROBERTSON. DANIEL BUFORD. Austin ROBERTSON. RICHARD LEA. Austin ROBERTSON. SHARON DIANE. Fort Worth ROBINSON, MICHAEL G.. Dallas ROCHER, STEPHEN LEE. Fort Worth RODDIE, PHYLLIS MARGARET, Brady RODGERS. KEITH KAY JR.. San Antonio RODGERS. SCOTT DOUGLAS. Midland RODRIGUEZ. CORA HERRERA. Austin RODRIGUEZ, DELIA ANN. San Antonio ROGERS. DEBRA SUSAN, Arlington ROGERS. LINDA KAREN. Austin ROOSTH. MICHAEL BARRY. Tyler ROSALES, TERESA ANN, San Antonio ROSENBAUM. SUSAN GAIL. Baytowr. 536 ROSENTHAL. ARNOLD STEPHEN. Fort Worth ROSENZWEIG. SAMUEL. Dallas ROSS. DEBRA ANNE. Dallas ROSS. WILLIAM GEORGE. Waco ROSS. WILLIAM ROBERT. Dallas ROSSI. BERNADETTE M.. Pasadena ROTHWELL. CHARLOTTE NANCY, Houston ROYALL, LINDA JEAN, Beaumont RUBIN. ELIZABETH ANN. Dallas RUBIO. PATSY, Houston RUDOLPH. JENNIFER YVONNE. Houston RUDY. STEPHEN RYLEN, Austin RUEB, KAREN DIANE, Houston RUGELEY, CHARLES LEWIS, Wharton RUNTE. PHYLIS J., Houston RUSSELL, GINGER KATHRYN, Sweetwater RUSSELL, JANNA KAY. Wichita Falls RUSSELL, MELVIN DAVID. Dallas RUTZ, OWEN KEITH, Midland RYLANDER. BETTY GRACE. Austin SADLER. MARLA JOLYNE. Whitharral SAIBARA, SUSAN JOY. Webster SALGE, TIMOTHY BERT, New Braunfels SALGUERO. DAVID EDWARD. Wichita, Kans. SAMPLE. MARVIN EDWARD JR.. El Paso SAMUELS. DAVID ALAN. Dallas SAMWAY. NORMA JEAN. Baytown SANDBERG. AMY JOYCE. Dallas SANDERSON. BARBARA ANN. El Paso SANDIDGE. DEBORAH JEAN. Rockdale SCALES. HUNTER LEDBETTER III. St. Ives. Australia SCHAFFNER. SUSAN ELAINE, Yoakum SCHEEL, SUSAN ELIZABETH. San Antonio SCHLOTFELDT, DEBORAH SUE. Houston SCHLOTFELDT. JUDITH ANN, Houston SCHMID, MARIA GABRIELLE, San Antonio SCHMIDT, JOHN ALLEN, Port Arthur SCHMOKER. KARON LYNN, Austin SCHRANK, KARON, Austin SCHULTZ. MICHAEL HENRY, Cleburne SCHUSTER, MARK FRANKLIN. Fort Worth SCHWARTZ, NANCY DALE. Omaha. Neb. SCHWARZ. DAVID WAYNE. New Braunfels SCHWARZER, MARY LYNN. Fairfield SCOFIELD. WILLIAM RANDAL. Houston SEDLACEK. LARRY MARTIN. Bay City SEGALL. CANDACE LOUISE. Houston SELIG. DEBRA ELAINE. Galveston Freshmen SELLERS, DAVID MARK, Midland SELLERS, GARY JOE, San Antonio SELLERS. LENN GENE JR.. Austin SELMON. MATTHEW ROWLAND. Stamford SEWELL. BRAD WILLIAM. Fort Worth SEWELL. CHARLES THOMAS. Pasadena SHAEFFER. SCOTT EDWARD, Midland SHANNON. MICHAEL JOHN, Houston SHAPIRO, BARBARA LYNN, Houston SHARP. CHRISTOPHER GLENN, Dallas SHAW, SUSAN KAY, Houston SHEA. PATRICIA BELL. Houston SHEARN. REGINA KAY. Houston SHEPHERD. JOAN MARIE. Galveston SHEPHERD. KENNETH WATERS, Dallas SHERIDAN, JACQUELYN SUE. Garland SHOCKLEE. MARTHA LOYCE, Houston SHOCKLEY, JON KENNETH, Marshalltown. lo SHUMATE, REBECCA LYNNE, Houston SHUMWAY, RHONDA HOPE, Houston SIBLEY, PAMELA ANNE, Dallas SICOLA. MARY DOMINIC. Houston SIEGEL. JEFFREY CRAIG. Dallas SILBERBERG, JOHN ALEXANDER. Austin SIMMONS. JOHN WESLEY. Midland SIMPSON, JIMMY WAYNE. Leander SIMPSON, JOHN SCOTT, Houston SLADEK. JEAN RUTH. Taylor SLANKARD. LUCINDA JOANN, Dallas SLATER, PHILLIP S.. Sherman SLONEK. THOMAS OTTO, Lake Jackson SMITH, APRIL DIANE. Austin SMITH. CARLA MAE. Greenville SMITH, DANIEL ROBERT, Houston SMITH, DONNA FRANCES, Houston SMITH, FRANK JOE III, Borqer SMITH, JAMES ANSLE JR.. Jefferson SMITH. JANET LIANE. Austin SMITH. LARRY DEAN Houston SMITH. LAURA LOUISA. Beaumont SMITH. MARGARET ANN, Irving SMITH, MARLA ELAINE, Pasadena SMITH, PATRICK DUNCAN. Angleton SMITH, RICHARD GREGORY, Austin SMITH, RONALD CHARLES. Mesquite SMITH. TONI JANE, Tyler SMOLIK, SAMUEL LYNN. Newqulf SMOTHERS. MARILYN LEE. Garland 537 SOLIZ. ALFONSO JR.. New Braunfels SORRELLS, KATHLEEN INEZ. Houston SOWERS. BRUCE ACTON, San Saba SPANGLER. JEANNIE RAE. Midland SPARKMAN. GEORGE T. JR., Dallas SPEARS, FRANKLIN SCOTT. San Antonio SPINNER. SHARON RUTH. Houston SPINOSA, CAREN KAY. Fort Worth SPONBERG. MARY KATHRYN, Austin SPRAIN, KARRAN KAY. Waco SRUBAR. JOE HENRY JR.. San Antonio STACK, GREGORY KRUPPS, Houston STALLINGS. JUDY LYNN. Hurst STALLONES. MELISSA LEN. Tomball STANBERY. SUSAN LYNNE. Houston STANLEY, GERALD WADE, Fort Worth STANLEY, MARILYN ELAINE, Texas City STANLEY. NANCY CAROL. Deer Park STANSBURY. JENNIFER. Newton STAVINOHA, SANDRA MARIE, Needville STECH, JOAN ELLEN, Weimar STEIN. KENNETH RICHARD. Austin STEIN. RICHARD HOWARD. Houston STEINER. MARY ELLEN. Houston STEINFELD. SANDRA I.. San Antonio STELL. REBECCA LEE, Bay City STEPHENSON. JANCY. Baytbwn STEVENS. GENEVIEVE ME, Houston STEWART, GEORGE RICHARD, Waahachie STINSON, PATRICIA MACK, Dallas STOCKTON, VIKI. Austin STOJANIK, WILLIAM JOHN JR.. Austin STOKES. JOHN TRUITT. Austin STOLER, SUSAN JOANNE. Dallas STONE. ROBERT MICHAEL. Dallas STORY. MARY CAMILLE. Austin STRADER, CONNIE MARIE, Houston STRAWN. RUSSELL KENT, Garland STRENG, RANDOLPH LEWIS. Dallas STRINGER, BETH LYNN, Tyler STRYKER. MICHAEL MAURICE, Woodville STUDER, EVELYN JUNE, Fort Worth SULLINS, JAMES CRAWFORD, Jackson, Miss. SUTHERLAND. KAREN. Houston SWAIN, DAVID HARRISON, Beaumont SWAN, SANDRA LYNNE. San Antonio SWANSON, SALLY ELIZABETH, Midland TASSOS. HELEN WALTON, San Antonio Class of 1975 TATE. KIRK HALL. Dallas TAUSEND. THOMAS PAUL. Pasadena TAYLOR. DONALD FRANK. Garland TAYLOR. WALLACE EDMONDSON, Corpus Christi TELGE, CHERYL DIANNE. Houston TEMPLE, KAREN, La Marque TEMPLE, THOMAS JACK, Texas City TERRY, SHIRLEY ANN, Houston THEDFORD. CATHERINE ANN. Corpus Christi THOGERSEN. STEVE ALAN, Tampa, Fla. THOMAS, BECKY, Dallas THOMAS, BETTY LOU. Houston THOMAS, DAVID WAYNE, El Paso THOMAS, HILDA SUZANNE. Houston THOMAS. JEAN ETTE. Wichita Falls THOMAS. JIM H., Garland THOMAS, JUDY ANN. Dallas THOMPSON, BEVERLY SUE, Bay City THOMPSON, DOUGLAS JAMES, Port Arthur THOMPSON, IDA DAWN. Austin THOMPSON. JANET LEE. Austin THOMPSON. JOSEPHINE KINCAID. San Antonio THOMPSON. JUDY E.. Bangkolt. Thailand THOMPSON LEROY DAVID. Denison THOMPSON, MARTHA JANE, Nocona THOMPSON, STEPHEN EARL. Cypress THOMPSON. TRUDY GAYLE. Euless THORNE. DEBORAH DEE, Austin TICE. JOSEPH HYE, Abilene TILL. 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Anahuoc TUSA, SALLY MARIE. Houston TUTTLE. FRANKLINE LEWIS. Austin TUTTLE. SROVER BENSON. Corpus Christ! TYRRELL. MICHEL KATHLEEN. Reading. Pa. ULVERT. CHARLES R.. Managua. Nicaragua VALLEJO. LUIS. McAll.n VAN BIBBER. DIANE. Dallas VANDERWILT. RANDY ALAN. Pasadena VANDOREN. WAYNE RICHARD. Fairport. N. Y. VAN ORNE. KATHERINE IRENE. Fort Worth VERBOIS, ROBERT DAVID. San Antonio VERDUCCI. THOMAS HENRY. Pasadena VERHEYDEN. JOHN PHILIP. Jacksonville VICKERY. CHARLES RANDALL, Houston VINE. NANCY LOUISE. Austin VOLLMER. DONALD FLAVIAN. San Antonio WADDELL. JAY ROSS. Sweetwater WAGERT, SCOTT WARREN. Houston WALDMAN. RANDALL JAY. Liberty WALKER, FLOYD WAYNE. Austin WALL. MELINDA ANNE. Dallas WALL. ROSALYN. Houston WALLACE, JOE THOMAS JR.. Llano WALLACE. WILLIAM WESLEY. Bay City WALLS. MARSHA LYNN. Pampa WALT ERS. BARI ANN. Hempstead WALTHERS. LEAH JAN. Houston , WALTZ. JEANETTE SUE. Orange WARD. BARBARA DIANNE. Dallas WARD. JEANNE ANN. Houston WAREING, NANCY JO. Dallas WATERS. STEVEN DAVID. Pampa WATKINS. KIM SUZANNE. Amarillo WATSON, ELIZABETH, Dallas WATSON. JOHN GIRLING. Houston WATSON. MELISSA TAYLOR, Stanford Freshmen WEAVER. WILLIAM TIMOTHY. Sinton WEBSTER. STEPHEN, Dallas WEEKLEY. CLAIRE MEREDITH. Son Benito WEIDNER. LEANNE. El Paso WEIDT. NANCY E.. Alexandria. Va. WEINER. LINDA ROSE. Houston WEISE, BONNIE RENEE, Taylor WEISSGARBER. ERIC JOHN. Austin WELLS. MARCELYN RUTH. Dallas WENDLAND. KIMBERLY GAIL. Fort Worth WENDLANDT, VICKI ARLEAN. Austin WERLLA, VANESSA LYNN. Rosenberg WESEMAN. LARRY W.. Midland WEST. CHARLES SHANNON. Dallas WHARTON. NANCY INEZ. Dallas WHATLEY, THOMAS LEE. Baytown WHEELER. STEPHEN RAND. Abilene WHELESS, SHARON RUTH. Austin WHISENANT. MARY PATRICE. Abilene WHITE. BRITT. Houston WHITE, DEBRA KAY. Mission WHITE, TONI ANN. Pittsburg WHITE. VICKI GAYLE. Austin WHITELEY. MICHAEL AUSTIN, Killeen WHITESIDE. TOMMY GLENN, Corpus Christ! WHITFIELD. NANCYLEE. Dallas WHITNEY. CLAUDIA LYNNE, Houston WIATROWSKI, JANET ANN, San Antonio WIEDE. REBECCA ANN. 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Beaumont In jes " Lisa- 1 c Mary Wai Micka Robe- fay Ji Freshmen 540 In Memoriam Students Faculty Staff Paula Jordan Allen Ruth Moment Armistead Jeanne C. Armstrong Lisa Jennifer Brashears Francisco " Paco " Carrasco Mary Jane Cummings Richard Dennis Dailey Michael Edward Davis Robert Mason Dunlap, Jr. Carlos Noe Garcia Diana Laura Hinojosa Kay Johnson James Andrew Knox Bruce David Lubel Patricia Karn Marsh David Ross Massey Leah Moncure Alicia Marie Montz Angeline Ruth Palmer James David Shaver Patricia Ann Steen Robert David Weldon Bailey F. Wynn, Jr. Paul Mason Batchleder David K. Brace Tonya Childs Karl M. Dallenbach Werner W. Dornberger Stanley Phister Finch William Francis Fritz Anna Hiss Ken-ichi Kojima Marie Betzner Morrow Caleb Perry Patterson Goldie Morton Porter George I. Sanchez Milton J. Thompson Ernest Joseph Villavaso Hubert S. Wall Clifton Brown Dorothy J. Bunnell Clyde L. Davis Frank Diver Alton William Dolgener John Edward Hill Frances Heliums Hudspeth Gus Fritz Limmer Carl Chester Lind Francis A. Miskell Evelyn J. Nelson David Price E. Charlotte Spence Mae Agnes Waggoner Howard L. Wier Max P. Yesenik - .. _ " ' ' Index Organizations Name Acacia A Cappella Choir Pages 182. 183 82 574 Name School of Communicati College of Education . . College of Engineering College of Pharmacy . . Crow ' s Nest Pages jn 29 32 34, 35 33 Name Omicron Delta Kappa . Opening Pages Pages 165 Name Sigma Delta Chi Pages 149 266 267 C.B 1 O f Ilk 106 Sigma Gamma Tau Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Pi 177 268 269 270, 271 272 273 Adm Vstrafon 434-438 40 130 98 99 Outstanding Students . . Pakistanian Students. . . 357-365 1 31 56 57 107 Deans of Students Delta Delta Delta 440, 44 1 37 Silver Spur 112 113 AIME Alpha Chi Omega 133 184, 185 126 PEM Club 1 46 514-526 212 213 Peregrinus Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kinsolving .... 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James H 113.436 Combs Alan B 141. 144, 174 Cook. Bobby G 438 Corneio. Phillip 442 Co.. Eli Peace 158 Co. Franklin Lanier 1 58 Craig. Roy Rochester 1 65 Crank. Grove Steven 62 Crosson, T. A 438 Crum. Lawrence Lee I 58 Culver Joseph Howard 439 Cundiff. Edward William I 58 Cunningham, Gary Mac I 58 Cunningham. William A 160 Cunningham. William Hughes 165 Dallenbach. Karl M 541 Daniels. Jack Tupper 408. 421 Danielson Wayne Allen 29. 163. 448 Davidson James Alan I 58 Davis. John Emerson I 74 Dav.s. NorrisG 51. 163 Dean. Dorothy W 164.441 Delgado. Jaime N I 74 Oil. Nas.m 107 DiNmo. Vincent Ra.rden 100. 162, 165 Diver. Frank 541 Doenges Rudolph Conrad I 58 Dolgener. Alton William 541 Dolley James Clay I 58 Dornberger Werner W 54 I Dotson Ern.e Dale 421 Doty, E. William 451 Drummond. Cliff 41 Duggan. Michael Allan 107 Duncan. James Paul 41. 440 Duncan, John H 158 Duren, Almetris Marsch 441 Edmonds. Lester Loyd. Jr 51. 574 Eickhoff. Roger C 447 El-Din. Hamza A 148 Ellington. Billy Morris 394. 418 Ellis. JohnG 69 Ellison. Fred Pittman 41 Ellison Samuel P. Jr 165 445 Elsass. J. Frank 165 Er.leben. Charlotte Ann 442 Fanning. Nancy Shelley 143 Farrar Stanley W 574 Fassero. Joseph Martin 76 Feiarang. Antonio Babauta 62 F.nch Stanley Phister 54 1 Fitzsimmons. James Albert I 58 Flawn Peter T 436 Folkers Karl 174 Folmer Charles Fred 438 Fowler. Wallace T 177 Franks Lawrence Turner 168, 441 Frantz Joe Bertran 163 Friedrich, Otto Martin. Jr 140 Fritz. William Francis 541 Frohlich. Norman I 70 Fulcher. Dav.d Glen 1 58 Fuller Frances Fallen 43 Furlong, Richard Wilson 159 Garret! Ronald D 174 Gibson. Robert K 69 Gilbert John Eric 426 Gjerstad. Gunnar I 74 Gloyna. Earnest Frederick 165. 450 Gonzalez. Richard J I 58 Goodman. William Fred 62 Gray John Elmer 69 Green Charles J 76 Greenhill Just.ce Joe 153 Greer S. Marcus 1 58 Griffin Charles Henry I 58 Griffin Waylon 1 58 Gronouski John A. . . . . .455 Name Pages Gross. AllenNeal 62 Grubbs. Clifton Madison I 65 Guerrero. Gilbert 442 Gustafson. Clifford L 410. 413 421 Guy, William T.. Jr 165 Hackett. Charles Wilson. Jr I 58 Hagerman, Betty Sue 424 .174 Hall Gene E 117 Handley. Duchess 442 Hannon. George Edward 420 Hannon. Laurence K 43 Hanson. Barbara 116 Hardcastle. Kay 1, 574 Harris. Roy Duane 158 Hawthorne, Loyd Furman 81 Hayden. Shirley J 69 Haynie. Willis Firman 437 Hazelton. Nathan Alphonso .... 62 Hejl. James George 100, 162 Helms James Carlton 418 Henion. Karl Eugene 1 58 Henry Malcolm Phillips 69 Higley. Robert P 427 Hilburn, Robert Edwin 51 Hill. John Edward 541 Hill Ted 116 Hilson Ralph Albert 62 Hinkle. Olin Ethmer 152, 163 Hiss. Anna 541 Hitt. James Alfred 166 Hodges. Gus M 160 Hoffman. Gary A 1 58 Hold William T 1 58 Holland. D. B. Jack 41. 165 Hollingsworth Robert E 163 Holstrum. Gary L 1 58 Holtzman. Wayne H 164. 165 Horak. Franklin 31 Hudspeth. Frances Heliums 541 Hull. David George 177 Munt Arch William 158 Hurley. Jack Edward 426 Hynes. Robert Frank 62, 67 Iscoe Ira 164.437 Jackson. Loraine M 442 Jacobsen, Jens Michal 437 Jennings. Columbus, Jr 69 Jones. Albert Pearson 160 Kahan Robert Sidney 163 Kagan. Barbara 153 Kay. James Rudolph 1 58 Keeton. W. Page ..153. 165. 454 Kelley. H. Paul 437 Kennamer, Lorrin G 165. 449 Kessler. Susan 442 King. C. Richard 149, 163 Kiser. Jack 418 Kleider. Doug 418 Kocurek. Louis J 1 58 Kojima, Ken-ichi 541 Kozmetsky George . . 158, 165. 447 Krejci Margaret 442 Lamb Gordon Howard 81. 82. 89 Lane R. N 158 Lanham. Elizabeth 158 Larson. Donald Alfred 155. 165 Larson. Kermit Dean 158 Leach. Lawrence Verne 119 Le Compte. Jimmy L 69 Lee. Harrell Estes 163 Leno. Bennie Harold 421 Limmer Gus Fritz 541 Lind. Carl C 541 Livingston William S 165 Loehr. Dianne 442 Long. Amy Jo 41 Lowry ENabeth Alaire Howard. . 81. 90 Macdonald H. Malcolm 153 Madison, Ann Scherz 442 Maggard. Michael ' J 1 50 Magee Harold J ' 69 Magruder Lawson W. Jr 69 Maguire. Jack Russell 165, 442 Name Maguire. Pat ....... ...... Malkin. Stephen .......... Maness. Dale Dwayne ..... Manley. Willie Leon ....... Marcinek. Sally Anne ...... May. Francis Barnes ....... Mayne. Kathleen Crawford McAlister W. W ......... McClelland Dean B ....... McDonald. Gail J ......... Pages 442 171 I 74 418 151 158 ..114. 115. 167 135 76 441 Nam Pagei McElderry. Stanley 445 McEnally. Richard W McKetta. John J. Jr McKie. James W McNair, Julia Lynn McNees. A. G McWilliams. David Lee Medina Frank Edwin ...158 ...165 ...444 .1. 574 ... 158 .. .418 ...402 Mengel. Ralph Hain 158 Mettlen, Robert Delmar 158 Miller. Luke Horrell. Jr 62, 99 Minter, Morman Wesley 95 Miskell, Francis A 54 1 Molineau.. Joseph Francis, Jr 62 Montgomery. Charles Matthew . . . . .62 Moore. Russell Martin I 58 Moore. Walter L 124 Morrow. Marie Betzner 541 Myers. Margaret Marie 442 Nash. Elon C 69 Neal. Joe West 439 Nelson Eugene W 165 . .541 Nelson, Evelyn j Nematollahi, Jay 3-t 1 1 74 Newcomb, William W. . 439 Nicholas. Richard Alan . 40. 441 Noonan. P. J 43 Nowotny. Arno .110, 122. 160. 165. 168 Olm. Kenneth William . . 165 Olson. William Berglund 1 58 Onion Judge John .... 137 Otis, jack 455 Papagno. Jimmy P 76 Paterno. Joe 387. 396 Patterson Caleb Perry. . 541 Patterson Melvin Ray . . . 409, 418. 422 Patton, Carroll Ann .... 442 Pennabaker. Gene . 133 Perry. Shirley Bird 41.43 Peterson. Robert Allen . . 127 Pethia Robert F 1 58 Pierce, Frank Nicholson . 51 Pierce. Johnny O 69 Piper. Billy Joe 69. 75 Pittman Jim 394 Plotsky. Frances A 441 Porter Charles Franklin . . 69. 75 Porter Goldie Horton . . 541 Potter Norman Maurice 427 Preciphs. Trudie K.bbe. 441 Price. Cleburne. Jr 404. 407, 408. 421 Price David Shannon . . . 541 Price. Edwin Booth 440 Prothro. Charles N. . 158 Radzai. Frank R 1 74 Raschke. Jewel Popham . 169 Roddick. DeWitt Carter 165 Reilly John 130 Rios. Joaguin 76 Roach. James R Roberts. Beverly J Robertson. Jack Clark Robuck. Nancy Rodgers. John Ormand Rogers. Lorene L Roe. Jack Willhoit Rogers. Lorene Lane Romine, Jack Rooker. Albert Albin Ross. Stanley R Royal. Darrell K Rumph. Kathleen Ellen Sanchez. George I ...43. 165, 444, 445 62 157. 158 ...442 ..32 436 62 224 422 165 436 165 392 396. 418 442 ...541 Sarantakes, Nicholas ...................... 69 Sauls. Eugene Howaell ..................... 51 Schmitz James William ................ 69 175 Scholler, Jean ........................... I 74 Schwartz. Herbert Frederick, II ............. I 74 Scott. Alan ......................... 109. 163 Secrest. Thomas M ........................ 69 Sever.n Werner ......................... 163 Sharpe. Ernest Alonzo .................... 163 Sheffield. William Johnson ......... 33. I 74 453 Shipp W. Byron ......................... 437 Shivers, Allan ........................... 158 Simpson. Robert Eugene ................ 438 Singer Sidney Griffin .................... 163 Smith. Charles Hugh ..................... I 58 Smith. Ruth .......................... 50. 441 Sommerfield. Raynard M .............. 158. 165 Sord. Burnard H ......................... 158 Sorrells. Michael ......................... 442 Spearman Jo Edna ...................... 424 Spellman, Lewis J ........................ 1 58 Spence. 6. Charlotte ..................... 541 Spurr, Stephen Hopkins . . .41. 224, 434, 435. 454 Steele. John G. . . ...... 41 , I 22. 160. 438 Stevens Wayne Manning . Stockton. John R Streulmg. G. Fred Sullivan. Gerald Summers. Edward Lee Swenson Glen T Talbert. William Laurel . . . Taniguchi. Alan Y Taylor. Jack G Thompson Milton J Thomson, Carl J Tollefson, Russell Trahan, Sidney Trickett, Paul Carey Tyson. Kenneth W Upshaw. Mac Van Cleave Ronald Glenn 69 158 158 I 74 158 418 1 58 446 158 541 158 1 58 158 .155 414. 437 426 574 ...62 Vaughan. Roy . . .442 Villavaso. Ernest Joseph Vogt. Fred B Von Schonfeldt. Hilmar Waggoner, Mae Agnes Waggoner Sheila Walden Charles R.. Jr Walker Charles Alborn 541 34 133 541 76 442 1 74 Walker. Clara 176 Walker. Ernest W 158 Wall, Hubert S 541 Wardlaw. Frank H 439 Welch. Ashley James I 1 8 Welder. Karen Stetter 442 Wellborn, Elizabeth 441 Welsch. Glenn Albert I 58 Werbow. Stanley Newman 444 Werchan. James Conway 439 Whaley. W. Gordon 454 Whatley. Alice Elrod 44 1 Whelus. David 418 White. William Franklin 81 Wier, Howard Lee 541 Wilco.. William M 438 Williams. Thomas Howard 1 58 Williams. Tom 574 Willis Richard G 76 Willman. Marilyn D 452 Winkler. John C 81 Wissler. Eugene H I 78 Witt. Robert Ernest 1 58 Wolf. Harold Arthur 1 58 Worrell Lee Frank I 74 Wortham. Gus I 58 Wright. Benjamin Fletcher 1 60 Wright. Charles Alan . Wylie Billy Burben . . Yesenik, Ma. P Yura. Joseph Andrew. Zapalac. Willie Frank . 165 174 541 34 . .418 Zlatkovich Charles Theodore 158 543 Student Index Pages Pages Pages Aaronson. Lee Richard Abbett. KatMeen Abbott Christine A 166 204, 527 500 Abel. Susan Elaine Abele. Stanley T Abernothv. Curtis Marl Abney Rebecca 167. 514 168 244 460 204 Aboud. Russell Michael. .24. 127 215 460 Aboussie Annette Say 460 .418 266. 527 137 300 500 157 ...74 Aboussie Joseph A. . . Abowitz, Sally Abraham, Charles Bruce Abramowitz. Brondel . . . Abramowitz. Michael H. Abrams, Elliot Marl Abrams, Michael A.. II . Abrams, Timothy G 70 Abright, Wm. F.. Jr 92 Abshier. Michael Hugh ' . . .495 Abu-Hamdeh. Saleh Mustafa 134 Achilles. James Ernest. Jr 423 Acker. Bill M Acker. Helen Ann Ackerman. William Randa Acock. Randolph Acree. James David Acuff James Terry. Jr. . . Adair. Marshall Reed .... Adair. Mary Ellen Adamcil. Anthony James Adami. Debra Lynn Adams. Alice Ann Adams. Ann Elizabeth 88. 204 Adams. Bobbie Jean 194. 514 Adams Connie Sue 210. 247. 460 Adams. Dan Phillips 270. 418. 514 Adams. Diana Kemp 210 Adams. Diana Ragan 514 Adams. Donna Jean 500 Adams. Henry Marshall 460 Adams. James E.C 514 Adams. Janis Ruth 167, 184, 514 Adams. Jenny 500 Adams. Judy Kay 147 Adams. Michael F 500 Adams. Sammy Jock. 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Rodolfo R 144, 495 460 208 198 Albers. Catherine R 197 Albers. Margaret Irene 204. 460 Albers. Marilyn Ann 1 67 Albert, Nancy Rose 266 Albrecht, Jean Ann 527 Albrecht, Karen E. : 169 Albritton. Steven C 260 Alder Susan Carole 209. 527 Aldred, Val Anthony 55, 222. 430. 514 Aldr.dge. Jimmy Steve I 50 Aldridge. Sallie M.S.. Mrs 163 Aleman. Raymundo 1 70 Alewitz. Meyer 49 Alexander Beverly L 527 Alexander. David Allen 430 Alexander Debra Lynn 527 Alexander, Diana B 82 Henry F 165, 495 ...527 Lucius H 201 Mary Ellen 152. 500 460 514 Alexander. Richard L 270, 527 Alexander, Shane C 168, 230, 514 Alford. Charles R 460 Ali, Shuiaat 107 Ali, Syed Munis 107 Allard, Jane Diane 375 Alleman. Catherine I ' 50, 106, 514 Allen, Alexander B 418 Allen Amanda Radford 184, 527 Allen, Brady Lee 527 Allen, Connie Jean. Mrs 460 Alexander Alexander, Joseph W. . Alexander, Alexander, Alexander. Matilda E. Alexander. Neil Kenton Allen, David Vincent 500 Allen, Gregory Steven 222 Allen, Joe Bailey. 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Firooz ................... 460 Baade Patricia Jo ....................... 527 Babcock, Barbara Kay ................. 50. 167 Baber. Carter Tilghman ................ 37. 254 Bacharach. Debro Ann .................... 266 Bachman. Gene Weldon .................. 1 26 Bachman Wayne Bradley ................. 102 Bachus. Vickie Ann ....................... 1 88 Beck. James Morris. Jr .................... 460 Bacon, Connie Ann .................. 226. 527 Bacon. Paula ............................ 527 Badke. Gregory Charles .............. 273. 461 Baetz, Bertrand Oliver. Jr ......... 113, 268, 457 Baggerly Suzette ................. 49, 228, 500 Baggett Byrd, III ................ 421, 423. 430 Baggett Carolyn Sue ..................... 228 Bagot. Mary Elizabeth .................... 495 Bahar. Morteza .......................... 514 Bahlman. Lanier ......................... 461 Bailes, Cathy Ann ........................ 500 Bailey, Barbara Ann Bailey, Barbara Ann Bailey. Becky Bailey, Clark Dillon Bailey, Evalee Frances Bailey. Gary Don Bailey. Gilbert Wesson, II Bailey. James H.. Jr Bailey. Jo Ann Bailey. Lee Weldo 234 500 230, 282, 514 78 461 500 99, 179. 430 278, 514 527 110 . Bailey Nancy Yvonne .................... 514 Bailey. Samfred W ................... 222 527 Ba.nter, Grace ..... ................. 282, 514 Bair. Warren Gregory .................... 244 Baird. Barbara Ann .......... Baird, James Melvin ......... Baird. Jerry Wayne .......... Baird. Timmie ............... Baish, Richard Owen ......... Baker, Allan Cooper .......... Baker, Andrew Kish .......... Baker. Beverly Zan ........... Baker. Brandon High ......... Bryan ................ Danny Wallace ........ 252.461 .514 .... 102 171 179 ....495 ....527 ..68, 74 ....514 ....260 ....527 70 Baker Bryan 119 Baker. Danny Wallace 418 Baker. David Anthony . Baker. David Bruce . . . Baker. Deborah Lynn 226 Baker. Dennis Marvin 92. 93. 514 Baker Ellen Lynn 228 Baler. Herbert Harry 102, 514 Baler, Jaclie 144 Baler, James Adam 527 Baler, James Arthur 238 Baler Jeffrey Roth . . Baler, Joy Jeri Baler, Larry Neal Baker Lucy Michael Allen . Bale Baker Baler Baler, Baker, 179. 423 627 461 234 ..65. 130, 527 Peter Robertson ..... 68. 73. 101, 102, 175 Rex Gavin, III ................. 202, 514 Robert Hines, Jr .................... 87 William Austin ..................... 527 , Bakst Marlene Beth ...................... 527 Balagia, Saba Jack ............... 40. 367. 224 Balch, Dean Matthew ......... 30. 222, 430, 527 Balch, Larry D Balch, Mary Amanda Balcom. Karen Suzanne Bald.. Anthony Thomas Baldridge. Barbara L Baldwin Anita Ann Baldwin, Brent W Baldwin, Judith Ann Baldwin, Suzanne Balfoort Jeffrey N Balfour, Barbara Kyle Balke, Marian Celesta Ball, James Andrew, Jr Ball, John Edward Ball. Mary Katherine Ball Michael Davis Ball Nanette Ball. Suzanne Ball Thomas Henry. Ill Ballantyne, Stephen P 461 I 52 457 430 143 527 168, 514 495 198 514 182 500 169 461 270, 514 159 204 224. 420, 527 102, 161. 500 208 410. 421 , 202 Ballantyne. Todd J ....................... 202 Ballard, Anne Edmonds ................... 167 Ballard Deborah Ruth .................... 527 Ballard, Robert W ........................ 155 Ballard. Sally Anne ................ 161 184.461 Ballard. William B ........................ 46 1 Ballases. Emmanuel Thomas ................ 207 Ballew David Sherwin ............ 257. 4 1 8. 423 Ballm Leslie Irwin ........................ 280 Balogh, James Michael ................. 70, 91 Balser, Nancy Adele ...................... 425 Balthrop. Clyde Barry ..................... 67 Balun. Dale Melissa .................. 424, 500 Berne. Susan Rae ........................ 500 Bamford. Scott Vincent ................... 514 Bandy. Kathryn Lois ...................... 234 Banister Patricia Ann ................ 228. 527 Bankhead, Kevin W ................... 238. 514 Bankhead, Ph.llip Clay ................ 238, 527 Banks Bette Barbara Mrs .................. 184 Bankston, Martha M ................... 49, 186 Banning. Frank Powell .................... 1 49 Barasch. Anita ...................... 217, 461 Barbee Christopher F ..................... 514 Barbee, James Philip ................. 168 514 Barbour. Peter Clyde ................. 244. 527 Barclay. Daniel Alvin ..................... 140 544 Pages Pages Barfield Walter G I ' 8 Bargas Deborah Kay 228 Baria. Joseph Murry. Jr 527 Barisand. Richard L 1 56 Barkemeyer, Alan Roy 500 Barker-Benfield. Simon 109. 461 Barter. Kenneth 119 Barker Patrick Austin 238 Barker. Roger Drake 102. 162 Barkey, Kathryn Louise 46 ' Barkley. Julia Jo 527 Barkley. Rebecca Lynn 155 Barler. Helen Ann 461 Barlettano. Gary John 168 Barley, Donald Lewis 1 57. 250, 25 1 . 500 Barlow Thomas Ray 1 55 Barnard. John Thomas 207 Barnard. William Robert 163 Barnebee. William Clyde M9 Barnes. Barbara Lynn 500 Barnes Dorothy Marie 254, 527 Barnes. Douglas Henson 244, 527 Barnes. Doyle King. Jr 259, 500 Barnes. Joe 389 Barnes. Jeffrey Alan 155. 190. 426, 430 Barnes, Kathy Lou 500 Barnes, Mary Susan 167. 192, 527 Barnes. Robert Wayne 123. 244, 461 Barnes, Tern Lynne 514 Barnes, William Hart 179 Barnett. Donna Lee 527 Barnett. Jacqueline R 184, 527 Barnett James Richard 138, 461 Barnett Joseph C.. Jr 224 Barnett. Michael A 260. 527 Barnett. Peter Fred 500 Barnett William S. L 168 Barnhart. Paul Fred 202. 514 Barnh.ll, Donald Ray 4il Barnhill. William Paul 422. 423 Baros. Susan Marie 212 Barr. Cathy Lynn 87, 278. 527 Barr David Newell 246. 514 Barr. Gary Stephen 149. 461 Barr. James Alan 270. 527 Barr. Patricia Irene 254 Barrera, Manuel Jorge 430 Barrera, Nora G I 14. 115. 164. 500 Barret, Betty Jannette 514 Barrett Bette Deane 461 Barrett. Charles Bernard 249 Barrett. Gregory A 270 Barrett. Kathy 248 Barrett Raymond D.. Jr 68. 7 1 . 1 75 Barren. Bill Wayne 461 Barren. Maria J 166 Barron William Davis 65, 75. 99. 430 Bartek, David Cliff 418 Bartek, Douglas John 1 65. 1 79. 365. 375 Bartel. Michael C 131 Barth. Roy Elmer 171. 179 Bartholomew. Douglas W 168 Bartlett. Connie S 234 527 Bartlett. Denise 88 Bartlett. Mary Melinda 232 Bartlett. Rebecca Dee 161 Bartnett. Cheryl Leigh 204 Barton. Bruce Edward 252 500 Barton. Deborah Ann 500 Barton. Joy Lavern 495 Barton. Karen Elaine .164. 204. 205 259, 375, 461 Barton. Lee Howell 500 Barton. Stephen R 222 Bartos. Leonard Wayne 527 Bartosh. Mary Yvonne 161 Bartosh. William F.. Jr 500 Barwell. Janet Maureen 85 Basco Eugene M 278 Bashbush Jose Luis B I 33. 457 Baskm. Charles Leroy, Jr 171. 179 Baskins Mary Louise 198. 527 Bass. 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Jennifer Susan 498 Rice. Jimmy Bro 1 74 Rice. John Steven 536 R.ce Linda Sue 509 Rice. Robert Thomas 70 Rice, William John 64. 71 Rich. Albert D 166 Rich. Steven Scott 104. 105. 121. 162. 367 Richard. Carlton Smith 269 Richards. Carrie P 255 Richards. Edmund B.. Jr 27 1 . 484 Richards. Grace E 260 Richards Jack Carlin 207. 536 R.chards. James E.. Jr 168 Richards. Julie Ann 206, 283 Richardson. Ann 211. 375, 484 Richardson. Barton P 203. 536 Richardson. David L 423 Richardson, David W 82 Richardson. George Adams 49. 121. 155 Richardson. James Perkins 484 Richardson. Janet E 55, 536 Richardson. Jimmy Ray 159 Richardson. John H 101. 105. 162. 168. 523 Richardson, John R 105 Richardson. Kenneth Ray 105. 162. 179 Richardson, Larry Alan 261 Richardson, Noah 49. 200. 201 Richardson, Ricky Lynn 484 Richardson. 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James Lewis 485 Robinson John Michael 1 55 Robinson. Johnnie Fred 423 Robinson. Jon Truett 427 Robinson. Larry 398. 401. 403. 421 Robinson. Laura Lynn 265, 509 Robinson, Michael G 536 Robinson, Steve M Ill Robinson. Stewart C., Jr 430 Robinson. William Bruce 260. 26 1 . 485 Robinson. William 1 239 Robison. Stephen Oliver 269. 278 Robles. Ernest 485 Robles. Judy Irene 523 Roblez. Yolanda Lopez 509 Robuck. Michael 485 Robuck. Veronica T.. Mrs 485 Rocha-Galindo. Alejandro 1 79 Rocha. Gloria Eugenia 485 Rocher. Stephen Lee 536 Rochs. Mary Agnes 2 1 1 . 256 Rock. Royal Danny 523 Rod. Anthony Wayne 34. 509 Roddie. Phyllis M 211 536 Roddy. Ellen 267 Rode. Arthur Stephen.... 100. 101. 162, 165.368 Rode. Gary Douglas 117 Roden. Cathy Lu 509 Rodger, John 32 Rodgers. Keith Kay. Jr 536 Rodgers, Randy Don 485 Rodgers. Scott Douglas 536 Rodriguez, A. H.. Jr 509 Rodriguez, Alejandro 498 Rodriguez, Ale. P 1 39 Rodriguez, Cora H 536 Rodriguez. Delia 536 Rodriguez. Hildegard 523 Rodriguez. 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Janet Lea 510 Sanmiguel George G 7 1 , 72 Santamana. Albert Ather 203 Santi, Susan Eileen 498 Santos, Jose Antonio 427, 498 Saral Deniz 427 Sarchet. Harold F.. II 418 Sargent, Thomas W 277, 486 Sarvey, George A 1 58 Sarvis Paul B I 16 Sato. Gordon Leslie 486 Satterwhite, B. M., Jr 64 Satterwhite, Terry Frank 157 Sauder, Alane Marie 233 Sauer, Barbara Lyn 193. 524 Sauer Edward Hugh 36. 111,510 Saunders, Carol 224, 510 Saunders. Eileen M 486 Seunders John T.. Jr 245. 420 Saunders Karen Elaine 229 Savage. Jack W.. II 271. 524 Savage. James E ' 05 Savage. Lea Ellen 486 Savage. Sonya Leah 431 Sawyer. Lisa Ray 199. 524 Sawyer Olmda E 431 Sawyer. Steven Ray 183. 524 Sayers, Scott P., Jr 245, 524 Scales Hunter L 72, 537 Scamell Richard 158 Schaefer, Carla Jo 524 Schaefer Kay Annette 187, 238. 498 Schaefer, Lou.e Guyton I 70 Schaffer Don Minchen I 55 Schaffner, Leslie J.. Jr 65. 99, 524 Schaffner. Susan E 537 Schdenbaechle. Russell 161 Schear, Nancy Anne 259. 510 Schee! Susan Elizabeth 537 Scheffelin, Karen E 486 Scheinberg, Marty 280 Schelling Cora Lou A 55. 486 Scheps, Robin Lyn 75. 189. 281 Schields, Jim 418,486 Schiller Kenneth 36, 190, 191 Schindler, Paris R 203, 524 Schirra Walter M.. Ill 124 Schissler, Richard P 524 Schlechle. Judith Ann 148. I 74. 524 Schlecte Patrice D.. Mrs 141. 486 Schleicher John F 63. 430 Schleier. Grady Edwin 239. 524 Schlesinger, Sharon L 267 Schlotfeldt. D. S 537 Schlotfeldt. Judith A 537 Schlueter. Wanda Key 524 Schmid, Maria G 283, 537 Schmid. Mary Frances 49 Schmidt Bruce Lynn 77. I 56 Schmidt, Carol Lynn 105. 180 Schmidt. John Allen 420, 537 Schmidt. Kathryn Gail 486 Schmidt Marilyn Sue 510 Schmidt. Richard E 510 Schmidt Robert R., Ill 165 Schmidt Rodney Duane 87, 92 Schmidt. Terry Douglas 486 Schmidtke, Karen Jean 524 Schmitt Edward Joseph 72. 427 Schmitt Nina Marie 227 524 Schmoker. Karon Lynn 424, 537 Schneider. Herbert E 77, I 56, 498 Schneider. Karen Dee 49, 185 Schneider. Patrick W 137 Schneider. Richard Harry I 30. 498 Schmtman, Lynn Ann 199, 248 486 Schnitzer, Dana Louis 275. 510 Schnitzer. Mark Bernard 275. 430 Schulze. Eric William 510 Schulze. Heinz 49. 225 Schumacher. Edgar John 524 Schuman, Jeanette 510 Schnitzer. Stanley Joel. . Schmtzius. Mary Vicki . . Schnur, Joy Frances . . . . Schnurr, Gayle Ann Schnurr, Richard Mark . , .275, 486 185 251 .161, 498 ... 280 Schoberle, Carl J.. Ill 486 Schoch, Eugene P 166 Schoenbaechler R. A 173 Schoeneman, David D 65 Schoenvogel. Ann Elise 208. 255. 510 Schofield, John F. Daniel 165 Scholl Catherine Lee 524 Schollenberger, Jan 37, 206, 211, 510 Schonberger, Deborah P 1 89 Schons. Julie Ann 524 Schons, Laura Kay 524 Schoolcraft, Alan Lee 77. 1 05. 156 Schoonover. Stephen D 486 Schoppe. Byron D Schoppe. Doug Schoppe. Gerald Conrad ' 27 Schoppe. Mary Ann 486 Schott Mark William 418 Schrank, Karon 187537 Schrank, Kent Parke 166 Schrank, Patti Gay 49 Schraub Cheryl Ellen 37. 189. 281 Schraub. Linda Anne 199, 43 I Schreibman. Janet B 267, 524 Schremer Charles, IV I I 3, 244, 245 Schroeder Rozanne 524 Schubert, Cynthia S 75, 213 Schuchardt, Joseph. Ill 418 Schuenemann William H 257, 498 269 Schuler Roger Schulman, Morrie Larry . Schultz, Clarence W. . . . Schultz, Michael Henry . Schultz Milton Jr Schultz. Robert Schulz, Peggy Anne . . , . Schulze Conrad Schumann! Paul Schutza. Jerry Leslie Schwab. Penny Dee Q-, Mrs. Schwartz, Armond G.. Jr. . . Schwartz, Faye Lynn Schwartz, Jan L. N.. Mrs. .. Schwartz, Michael S Schwartz. Nancy Dale Schwartz, Suzanne Schwarz, David Wayn e Schwarzer, Mary Lynn Schwegmann, James R Schwemberger, Carol I Schwobel, Charles Bennett . Scofield, Frank Edward Scofield, Paul Lewis Scofield. William R Scotl. David Arthur Scott. James Nash Scott. Janice Lee Scott. Laurie Ellen Scott. 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Wallace E.. Jr 225, 538 Taylor William L 87 Teague, Cl.fton P 525 Teague JoM.chael Hargis 36. 257. 489 Teague. Judith Anne 185 Teague. Pat Randall 257 Teeling. William Linder 157 Teer. Robin Lindsay 105 Teichelman Laverne Faye 227. 489 Teinert. Nancy Gail 187 Telford. Laura K 49 Telge. Cheryl Dianne 538 Teller. Beverly Diane 180. 105 Tello. Mario Omar 71. 175 Temple, Karen 538 Temple, Thomas Jack 75. 538 Temple Thompson Bond 122. 203. 490 Templin. Claudia F. P.. Mrs 449 Templin. Howard Leslie 449 Tenenbown. Myra Ann 90 Teninbaum. Leonard Max 157 Tenison. Anne Hughes 255 Teoh Margaret Bee Wee 115 Teoh. Noreen Bee Mui 115 Teran Heinz I 33. 459 Terrazas. Richard James 249. 490 Terrell Joseph Walter 1 70 Terrell. Sarah C 94. 490 Terrell. William Lee 105, 51 I Terri, Martha 431 Terry. Beverly Lynn 490 Terry. David Rankin 105. 51 I Terry Mary Kethryn 2 1 3. 43 I Terry. Patricia Alice 187 Terry. Shirley Ann 538 Terwelp Daniel Rome 123. 231. 418.423 Terwey. Kathryn Grace 187. 525 Testa. 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Willoughby C 203 Williams Wright 1 66 Williamson. Joseph S 135. 171. 179. 493 Williamson. Karen E 49. 512 Williamson. Kenneth A 92. 10! Williamson. Raleigh S I ' Williamson. Tina M II Willis. Allan Grant 512 Willis. Ann 493 Willis. David Neil 22. 526 Willis. Steven Richard 207 Willis. Sylvia Lynn 21 Willmon. Kenneth Dale 512 Wills. Dena Sue 526 Willson. Catherine L 526 Wilonsky. Merilyn 274 Wilson. Carolyn 283 Wilson. Carolyne Fern 2 Wilson Cathy Gale 512 Wilson, Charles Louis 250. 526 Wilson Charles Monroe 459 W ilson. Charles Porter III. 165. 168 Wilson. Claudia Ann 213. 431 Wilson. Donald Alan 526 Wilson Donald Leslie 150. 493 Wilson. Elizabeth D 211. 526 Wilson. Gwendolyn Faye . . .37. 87. 164. 167. 194. Wilson. Helen C 539 W.lson. Idella Dolores 512 Wilson, Jacqueline Scott 85 Wilson. James David 166 Wilson. James Mark 168 Wilson. James Owen 512 571 Pages Pages Pages P.,., Wilson. Jeanne 255 Wilson, John Larlin 171, 1 79 Wilson, John Mark 401, 421 Wilson, Joseph Leon 15, 179 Wilson. Julie 283 Wilson, Justin Scott 101. 104, 105, 493 Wilson. Larry Donald 123. 268, 269 Wilson, Larry Martin 426 Wilson, Marilee 526 Wilson, Mark Daniel 105 Wilson, Marsha Lynn 539 Wilson, Michael Lancaster 493 Wilson. Michael Lee 526 Wilson, Nancy Brinlee 493 Wilson, Nelda 115. 1 67. 2 1 3. 539 Wilson. Oliver Henry 426 Wilson, Pamela Ann 539 Wilson. Pamela Jaan 2 1 3. 526 Wilson. Patricia Lee 539 Wilson. Ralph Edwin 539 Wilson. Richard Hiram 493 Wilson. Roger Neal 512 Wilson. Sandra Jeanne 526 Wilson. Scott Alan 1 62 Wilson. Shannon E 233 Wilson. William R 539 Windham, Elizabeth K 425 Windham. James Harold 70 Windham, Mary Sharon 431 Windisch. Johanna M 539 Wineman Wynonah Lynn 539 Winfree, Rachel V 49. 205 Winfrey. Cindy Lou 512 Wingard. Dale Howard 162 Wingard. Judy Elaine 152 Wingfield, Betty Lynn 499 Winingham. Betty Kay 90 Winkler, John Clyde 83 Winkler, Karen Ann 85 Winkley. Carol A 161 Winn Harvey 390 Winn. Jill 209 Winn, Randal Walter 127, 526 Winniford. Julia B 211 Winniford, Michael D I 79 Winsman, Louis, III 499 Winston, John Steven 239 Winston, Pamela Faye 167 Winston, Scott Myers 239, 539 Winston, Walter. Jr 200, 526 Winter, Joan Elizabeth 235, 539 Winterringer, Ruth A 49, 255. 540 Winterringer, Susan L 49. 75, 109. 255. 526 Winters. Carol Elizabeth .206. 282. 283. 381, 493 Winters. Leila Dell 235 Wipperman Susan de III. 1 67, 235. 526 Wisch, Steven Alan 49, 51. 56. 57. 149. 365 Wise, Candy Lee 255 Wise. Christie Sue III. 233, 526 Wise. JackG 59 Wise. Marilyn Marie ' . ... 540 Wise. Robert Allen 1 22. 5 1 2 Wise. Robert Edward. Jr 280. 28 1 Wisenberg. Wendy 49 Wissemann. Thomas J 85 Wissinger. John Frederick 499 Wissink. Deborah H 499 Witcher, Diane Sue 512 Witcher. Rodney F 200. 540 Withers, Robert Dow 67 Witherspoon. Jean B 211 Withrow, Kimberly E 526 Withrow, Ronald Lee 67 Witt. Patti Lynn 157 Witte. Royce Roy 493 Wittels. Marcie Jaye 190. 267, 540 Wittig. Laura E 540 Wizig. Joan Barbara 267. 274 Woerner. Frederick J 540 Wofford. Thomas Gary 70. 175 Wolbrette. Bruce Eli 30, 3 1 . 64. 1 37. 526 Wolcott. Charles W 261 Wolcott. John Mark 261 Wold. Timothy Michael 540 Wolf. Barbara Elizabeth 263 Wolf Barry Howard 73. 175. 512 Wolf Jo Ann 88 Wolf LucieJean 255 Wolf. Peggy Ann 187 Wolf Robert Joseph 540 Wolfe. Christian E 64 Wolfe. Lois Ellen 259 Wolfe. Roland Tamplin 95, 512 Wolfer, Kathleen L 540 Wolff. Gary Joe 540 Wolfinger, Jane Ellen 248 Wolfmueller. Jean M 512 Wolfmueller. Joan G 512 Wolford. Edward 499 Wolma, Cynthia Ann 199, 540 Woltmen. Arthur W 459 Woltman.GlennRay 512 Womack. Diane E 205 Womack, Gary Lynn I 55 Womack, Robert Jeffry 82 Womack, Stephen Jay 177, 269 Womble. Craig Morgan 260. 261 Wommack. Robert Herman 157 Woner Susan Ellen 196 Wong-Valle. Alfonso J.. Jr 131. 493 Wong. Kenneth Paul 540 Wong. Wing Cheung I 59 Woo. FayLun 141,493 Woo. Mee H 128, 512 Woo. Winston 512 Wood Cedric Scott 512 Wood. Donald Dean 418 Wood, Glena Earlene 233. 512 Wood, James F 166 Wood, Jeremy James 117 Wood. Robert Bruce 526 Wood. Sharolyn Petty, Mrs 28 Wood. Stephen Francis 422 Woodard, Dnie Ann 431 Woodard Tommy Dale . .257, 387, 389, 390. 394, 418, 423 Woodruff, Larry Boyd 105, 162 Woodruff. Loretta S.. Mrs 49 Woods, Sharon Marie 512 Woodul, Paul Joseph 73 Woodum. Linda Gay 2 I 3, 493 Woodward, Betsy 512 Woodward. Nancy Ann 375 Woodworth. Sharon E 540 Woolard, Deirdre Jean 512 Wooldridge, Michael E 27 1 . 540 Wooley. Brenda Gayle 540 Wooley. Janet Lynne 213 Wooley. John Adair 1 59 Wooley. John Adron I 79 Woolley. Lynn Walton 499 Woolverton, Jock Foster 493 Woolwine, Michael Vance 119 Wooten William Harris 237 Wootten, Franklin B,, Jr 65, 99 Worcester, Lenore 1 69 Worcester, Shirley Ann 540 Word, Joe David 70 Word, Thomas Edwin. Jr 101. 105. 162 Workman, Robert Bruce 421 Workman Ronald Lynn 418 Worley. Dennis Jiles 42 1 , 526 Worrel. John Richard 409. 422, 423 Worrell. Mary Melissa 235 Worrell, Melinda Gail 187. 540 .252. Worsham. David Lee Worsham, Pamela Ann . Worsham. Robert H Worster, Steven Clark . . Worth. James Clinton.. . Worth. Marvin Paul .... Worthington. Georgene . . 144. 145. 493 540 ....279. 419 387 .49, 168, 239, 526 190 . .32, 105 Wortley. Elizabeth M Wortley, Gary Stewart 160, 224. 225. Wotipka, Pamela Kay Woytek, Barbara Jean Woytek, Teri Diane Wozniak. Richard Alan Wranischar. Jack D 278, Wranitzky. Nancy Jo 49. 227, 371. Wren. Stephanie Wright. Barbara Carol 105, 169. Wright. Betty Jane Wright, Deborah Jean Wright, Edwin E 168 Wright, John N Wright, Joseph Martie Wright, Maryatte S., Ill 261 Wright, Mickey Lynn Wright, Nancy Claire Wright, Pamela Ann Wright. Peggy Adams 255 Wright. Robert S.. Jr 1 34. 225 Wright. Stanley G.. Jr Wright. Virginia Gay Writesel. Allyn Kay Wroe. Ed R. L Wroth. Susan Virginia Wu. Joseph Kanbor 1 79 Wu. Kwok Wai Wukasch, David Eugene Wukasch, Susan Elaine Wulff. Emily Ketherine Wunderlick, Michael B 261 Wurzel. James Douglas Wyatt. Terrie Lynn 37, 75. 187 Wyche, James Patrick Wylie, Cynthia Lee 37, 229 Wylie, Gary Lee Wylie, Harry Michael Wyman, Beverly Jo Wyman, Richard C Wyman, William H., Jr 393. 418 Wyningar, James D Wynn, Bailey F.. Jr Wynn, Jim Dudley Wynne. Martha Virginia 213 Wynne. Wreno Smith Wynns. Kim Arnold Wyrick. Thomas Fleming Yachik. Harold A Yackel. Roger Alan 1 05 Yaklin, Daniel Arthur Yamin. Gregory Kaiser 49 Yaquinto, Robert, Jr Yarbrough. Christy J Yarbrough, Janis L 187 Yarbrough, Martha C., Mrs Yarbrough, Mary Helen 235, 371 Yarbrough, Randall A 118. 419. 421 Yarbrough, Richard A. . . 123, 404, 408. 419. 423 Yarling Charles B 105, 259 Yastishock. David S Yates. Meridith 114 Yates. Ronald F Yates. Victoria C 187 Yates. Weldon M.. Ill Yawn, Wesley Lee Yazbeck. Louis Randall Yeager, Ralph Oscar 422 Yee. Jimmie Kwong Yee Yee. Pamela Alice Yee, Paula Choi Hoong Yemma. Mark Francis Yen. Huynh-Ngoc Yen. Ronald Ray Yeoman, Gary Layne Yerkes. Susan Gamble Yetter. Jon Michael Yoatum. Beverly Lynne 88. 167 Yock. Bradford Edwin Yonack. Dora Lynn 37 .224 499 .540 .512 .540 .421 540 493 540 499 .512 .233 421 ..65 .526 540 .161 .540 ..85 493 526 .130 .105 ..85 ..31 .526 499 .168 .179 . 166 .255 540 ..65 526 .157 512 .526 .540 .540 526 423 250 .541 .499 512 .513 .162 .493 ..92 126 .493 ,493 ..70 .513 526 .173 . 526 . 423 421. . 512 459 . .77 205 .223 526 .242 .493 .105 423 .493 .540 .493 .540 .540 .540 .418 ..49 .252 526 .512 217 York, Kenneth Galen . York. Nancy A Youens. Robert Allen . Young. Adrian Lowell Yonack. Mimi Ruth 190. 526 Yorio. Rose Marie 1 105 York, Hansell N.. Ill 1 37. 526 York, John Louis 92. I 19, 165. 375 219 161 168 166 430 Young, Anita Estelle 540 Young, Carol Jean F.. Mrs 493 Young. Cathy Jean 493 Young. Christopher Stephen 423 Young David Richmond 239, 493 Young. David X 540 Young. Deborah Lynn 169. 499 Young. Oianne Louise 493 Young. Gayle Elizabeth 95 Young. Janine Ellen 189. 274 Young. Joncie Harvey 1 59. 1 79 Young. Mary Elizabeth 235 Young. Mary Virginia 526 Young. Melinda M 166 Young. Michael Steven 1 55. 5 1 3 Young. Monica Jane 82 Young. Nancy L. P 513 Young. Richard Alvin 1 30. 493 169, 526 1 oung. .jnaron raye Young. Sheila Ann D.. Mrs. . . 141 493 Young. William Robert 165. 364. 459 Youngblood. Cathey J 227, 258, 513 Youngblood. David Leon .... 422, 540 Youngblood. Michael D 540 Younger. Gary Keith .... 493 Younglove, Jan Avis 166 Yount. Bobby D 119 Yowell, Ronald W 494 Yundt, Lee Gregory 494 Yuspeh. Larry Marvin 513 Zabel. Mark Patrick 92. 155. 513 Zabihi, Saeed 431 Zachariah, Steve Emile . . 203 Zahn, Cynthia Ann 540 Zainer, Timothy Peter . . . 157. 158 Zalowitz, Samuel Joel 494 Zamorano, Robert A 271 Zaniewski. John Paul ..34, 134. 156. 159 Zapalac. Jeffrey Scott 418, 423 Zapalac. Jill 211. 431 Zapalac. Willie Frank. Jr. ... 423 Zapiec. Charlie 396 Zaremba. Robin Susann 199. 526 Zasimowich. James Alex .... 426 Zatopek, Nancy Kay 494 Zavaleta. Anthony Noe . .494 Zearfoss Sara Elizabeth 494 Zedler. Lynn Marie 94. 513 Zeh. Linda Carol 494 Zeigler, Randall Boyd 108, 513 Zeller, Iru Elizabeth 169, 235 Zeluff, Barry James 49, 242, 540 Zibilich. Mark Walter 168 Zickler Jeffrey Lea 1 56 1 77 1 79. 494 Ziegenhals James Lee 168 Zihlman Edward James, Jr. . 494 Ziiderveld. Hendrik R 134, 159 Zikes, Beverly Jean 499 Zimmermann, George A.. Jr. 513 Zimmermann, Susan Lynn . . . 270. 513 Zinn, Franklin K 161 Zivney. Robert Conrad. Jr. . . 247 Zizelmann, Carolyn N 513 Zlatkis. Debbi 155. 267, 281 Zlatkovich, Charles P 70. 165 Znilek, Michael S 191 Zoller, Janet Frances 205. 513 Zorn Martha Ann 513 Zuber. Roland Thomas 242. 540 Zuniga, Martha Cecilia 1 66 Zwiebel. Klaylea Kay 49, 513 Zwiebel. Sherry Sue 179, 375, 494 572 At the end of a long road, summer vacation or graduation comes as a welcome relief from the rush, hurry and day-to-day chaos of college life those most wonderful years 573 . . . The End I It all began in a whirlwind about one year ago . . . And now that the 1971-72 academic year and the seventy-ninth volume of the Cactus are coming to a close, a lot of happy moments and hard work and friendships which have crossed my desk can be called to mind. Following a summer filled with the Texas Student Publications-Regents Controversy, figuring and al- tering the Cactus budget, and making definite plans for the book ' s design, the fall semester brought throngs of students back to the Austin campus. From among these students came approxi- mately 165 volunteer staff workers. These people filled staff positions for the eleven section editors and completed the general staff. Through the efforts of the entire staff, the 1972 Cactus was assembled with the constant thought of the many-faceted University setting and the Uni- versity ' s student body in mind. Because people are the reason for the University of Texas, and because people and their day-to-day interactions make this world react, the Cactus has tried to involve as many people as possible within its pages. " Some- thing for everyone " was the goal for this book, and whether or not it was achieved can only be judged by the individuals for whom it was produced. The year will be remembered by the Cactus staff for many reasons. The section editors, associ- ate editor, supervisor and I can all recall two eventful workshops. Round Rock, the local Dairy Queen and McAdams Ranch are probably still re- covering from our fall retreat. Bar-B-Q, beer, ghost stories and that first introduction to the Cactus meaning of " work " all highlighted those two days. We all have memories of Dallas and Marty Allen as we ate and danced and ate and danced through an evening with Taylor Publishing Company, and then were late for the next day of layout planning and lectures with our hosts. Back in the office, the traditional Christmas (or was it Chanukah?) Party, complete with popcorn and decorated tree and cacti, interrupted studying for fall finals. Long days and even longer nights became the rule rather than the exception when deadlines started happening. One all-nighter in April was almost more than we could bear! One highlight that never failed to brighten the Cactus office and to put an end to work was a monthly visit from our one and only editor emeri- tus, Rob Bugbee. If the National Guard only knew what they caused by requiring him to come to Austin . . . Certain special events from throughout a year which was filled with excitement, can be spot- lighted. Meetings of the various selection commit- tees for Bluebonnet Belles, Outstanding Students and Goodfellows were most eventful. The patience and time devoted by the committee members were appreciated greatly. After days and days of com- mittee meetings, the award recipients were hon- ored by the Cactus. The 1972 Bluebonnet Belles were presented during the Round-Up Dance Mara- thon. Surprisingly, everything happened slightly af- ter 8 p.m. but within the allotted 15 minutes. A sincere thanks to the Silver Spurs for their assist- ance. A reception honoring the Outstanding Stu- dents and Goodfellows concluded the presentation of annual awards. Without the guidance and helpful advice pro- vided by the TSP Board of Directors and especially TSP ' s General Manager Loyd Edmonds, many tasks would have been insurmountable. A grateful thank you to all. The photographers Ike Baruch, Stan- ley Farrar, John Van Beekum, Marlon Taylor, Mike Fluitt and Nancy Goldfarb all contributed their talent and helpfulness to the 1972 Cactus. The staff and I especially appreciate all the hours de- voted by our photographers. Where can I begin to say an adequate thank you to four very special people who have helped make this year a success for me. Julia McNair, my supervisor, my inspiration, and my friend; Kay Hardcastle, the special person to whom I could talk about anything, my friend and my classes " section editor " ; Alan Levi, my right-hand man, my co-con- spirator for ideas, my greatest critic and close friend; and finally Terry Lynn Bryant, my roommate who listened to my crazy ideas, helped rewrite copy, understood when I got home at 4 a.m. and has always been a special friend and companion. Another group of friends from The Daily Texan made the evenings of work easier to stand with their conversations, smiles and other interruptions. Thanks to Joyce Hotchkiss, Cliff Avery, Steve Hogner and John Pope for their friendship. A special thank you and grateful appreciation to Tom Williams, Taylor Publishing Company Art Di- rector, for his help with the cover design, main di- visions and sub-divisions. Also, a big thanks to Mac Upshaw of Taylor for all his special concern and advice. Credit for certain pictures is given to the origi- nal photographer and or the source. The picture of the Aqua Festival on page 286 was provided by the Austin Chamber of Commerce; and Sammy Skibell, a UT student, contributed the touchdown picture on page 386. The pictures on pages 338- 339 and page 575 are credited to the Texas High- way Department. Frank Armstrong took the " Ten Most Beautiful " photographs on page 384. A spe- cial thanks to Phil Huber for the photographs ap- pearing on pages 22, 23, 573, 575, and 576. The 1972 Cactus, printed on 576 pages of 70 Taylor dull stock, was produced with a $93,920 budget. The Fabrikoid cover is designed in a whirl- pool grain and is impressed with a copper metali- que die cut. Copy in this book is set in 10 point and 8 point Vogue with boldface highlights. All headlines are in 24 point and 30 point Optima. Class and Greek pictures were done by Rappoport Studios, Inc., New York. Taylor Publishing Com- pany, Dallas, printed the 1972 Cactus. -30- 574 I Peace and Love 576 m - " .- . v : ; v-t-:-::, ; :; . ' ; i :: ;: -:--,v: -;:.; , L H HI ,:,; -, I . . " .t , - " - ' ' . ' - ' H - ,: - -; ;

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