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X b ., . i . I Q , x-.-,FM -- . ' ' N-n-lv.. N-AN , , K... 'MM ,, N- .' 5 - ' ' ' "3 ,, A! Displays such as This add Yo The sTuden1's confusion during registration, -1- 'P 1:15 - Y. lx -4 Assistants check schedules for closed classes. The "Foreign Legion" is one of the new courses offered at TWC. Nggjvsevl To IN Tl- 5' "'2'X-in .Q- 7 fel ' ' -:S-4:31-'ww " iv" --iawm 1 ,v?1"fff'- :Q 1 V ' '--..:,.M-if-,,1s.-ii. Q M ' ' f M g ei "MM f , P V gi ,Q 'N , iJ:'i'i'-"-'WELfllbfili. is l i .Q . -an 1 l E . xg, . Kappa Sig's featured an A-Go-Go girl at one of their rush parties. 8 Lambda Chi Alpha rushees are Treated to a beaufy conTesT 5 . 153' V2 . r " Qi H fat: A 'Q Tri Delt's await their new pledges along with a few anxious onlookers. 4' l 3' - 1 . K. 1 Chi Omega's happily greet their new pledges. AXA ZAE KZ X A CPKT TKE , AZI'l -T S-.n .xv KA AAA X0 AECP ZTA A folk-singing duo performs at a TKE rush party. 45 New SAE pledges enioy a party in their honor. .3- 9 ! f -r. rr-'-- . 9 1.5 I , . el-ik. IO l l l y S -fail -.jilvdumx ,, Students stand respectfully as ROTC members raise the flag. x Q' R 'X-up 5. -Q - -J ,,,-,..a-'f' Harold Hillyer directs the band at a pep rally. Becky Escalante poses for photographer as she par ticipates in the annual Flowsheet Beauty Contest. g M ,' 4.4-1 v Qu, - Fi' --I 5. . .., ,L,Q-E'1 Really! The SUB atmos- phere isn't that bad! 5 . 7 . ,, y TNT O'KelIy and friend attend one of TVVC's football games. T1 T I W ,. . a. w hqgqlnnuqsnm "W if 1- , lv fsM-Q i d . , f..g:fgi,m" fi V T' ,L ' ME' + T W .. . . 4 Tx TP7' ' "W -3' 4 S- ,Ffa T X -9 Y 7 is x . Q Y' ...W , , The Lambda Chi's seem to have their own ideas as hovv to solve The parking problem on campus. If 'fb 'E ' ' X Alfie. 'X N,,,,,,.unuuff4""l"""s'Wwwr QW: I b :lx , 5 i . 'i h F' I U So This is how SA Presi- 'Al dEf?f. Fred Craft got his .MWMW Training! Ns , 4 ' Kiwi: Wi?" i F- -..-an-""" L. vig, h ALE Freshmen are looking younger every year! Students enioy a Chi 512' Omega dinner. 1 vc 4 4rg.' " P- "If you iusi saw what I iusf saw, you'd drink, too!" H' . 'ce ' .w ,J, W, If Y , N , . p xv! f .. I ,, . I of ' ' if A T If K N. X A X 5-X1 xg.-. x N . ,ff S 3 "I won The Title 'Miss Hairy Legs of 1965-66'." C 'PL xx 4 Student senators discuss proposed legislation. "I wish I could be a Playmate. Maybe it's my bad breath." ,,-A . v xii-55" 1l 'l l x .. and all of a spdden this big Green Hornet lumped out and attacked me!" "l guess if you're hungry, you'll eat anything." -QQQ I pn v , f".'z r, T. " ,xv 0 5 fn-2 ,g M' ' 'gif Jr ,M ,574 14,5 .J it-, ff. N 1 O 14 -riff- ' 5 , rl. 'L V'---. ,.. 4 . , 1' 4 . hi '47 A. V. I' 1 -4 's 'uf ,7 . 4 N A - K fff- ,--1. I Y 1 , Av, ,Alf .4 Xb' Af- -W 41 This crazy foam really works! .-X Q' w 4 7 7 of . 'ft' Y' 56' Yi 3 1 I sure hope exercise helps! ,. Sharla Griffin, Cynda Brown, Sandy Robinson, ancl Suzanne Babb provide folk-singing entertainment at the Flowsheet Beauty Finals. This is a familiar sight at TWC's home football games. I7 t 3' l i i "L, .,... ' l t , V i 1 I 'l 4 i l y f i lil li If H, JG - Bertha Guaderrana, Sandy Robinson, and Hope Hitchens decorated the SUB for Christmas. "Now, I know this part fits right in here . . . or is it . . . ?" I8 Earl "Fatha" Hines entertained students by playing a few popular iazz numbers. as 'ZW' :Yi 3, Ya. xg. i .va n W gym QJR-1 Hen n .5 3 1 3 1 x r I! .ll :Lx f .5 'L vm K YN. .'f:.- I p . Qi ST' Zest makes you feel "squeaky" clean! 'nl r A- fx -'--ze-, 'X. The line u . 1 ,- , ,J Well, whaddya sfarin' ar? ,gi 1 P- I9 'N'-. ll. Brat' 'will nh, n, ., .lia- l'm Telling you, fellas, l'm not Batman! Has anyone seen Boy Wonder? ' ' ' ' 'lv vt 1-:R . ' .A nv. NA 4 if This is where TWC students really concentrate. 20 4 t tflu Xl Yak ,,.l l -'gain EDWARD BERNARD MORGAN, JR. Senior Biology Major Pre'Med Club, Pres. American Chemical Society KAREN ELIZABETH WARD Senior Biological Sciences Major Chenrizig, Pres. Alpha Chi Honors Council Kappa Delta Sorority MRS. BEVERLY ROACH Senior Marhematics Major Honors Council, Pres. Sigma Pi Sigma ALFRED JOSEPH HULBERT Senior Physics Major Sardonyx, Pres. Honors Council Sigma Pi Sigma Who's Who in American and Texas West Among Students Llniversitie Colleges ern College Tay .X x .xx i 'U' x . 9' .. 'l , v ' ' L.. 1 D: A. 1 . 'iannnggg :gg-. .Ai 1 0' y.. will' in K ui!'Q", 155555, ' -v"""'. .- vvuulii' ,i f v -n AU' , u.5,.5i85" "'nl'!7" ' i,g,15ifN"' ' .., a - rf' PATRICIA LEE PETERSON Senior Psychology Major . Chenrizig Psi Chi, Student Senate A K Chi Omega Sorority, President ,gg , CARLOS Ruiz Senior Physics Maior T7 ' Sigma Pi Sigma, Pres. Sardonyx A MRS. HELEN ANN SHANLEY Senior Elementary Education Major Chenrizig Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority Faculty Woodwind Quintet CAROL ANNE ROBINSON Senior Modern Language Major Bell Hall Dorm Council, Pres. Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, Pres. Chenrizig, Student Senate Panhellenic and lnterdorm Council Who's Who 'S' F T at Texas Western ,-. Ds -'rf' I s. 5 tm. .N ' js. ,fx . .f--I 'lf i f - UP F' .,..Q-we i x V X 4. X Y x x-4' RM.-' ,,..-dx SP If J xxx I ' J l . .,.-,.x,.a-n STEPHEN LEWIS SALTZMAN Senior Pre'Med Major Supreme Court Justice Interfraternity Council Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity Sardonyx, Hillel CAROL JEANNE DYER Junior Mathematics Major Associated Women Students, President Delta Delta Delta Sorority Alphi Chi, Chimes MRS. NANCY EKDALL PEARCE Senior Education Major Sophomore Favorite, Cheerleader T963-64 Kappa Delta Pi, Chenrizig Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority BETTY EINSTEIN Senior Spanish Major Sigma, Delta Pi, Pres. Alpha Chi Hillel Psi Chi '3 ,F if Who's Who JACOUELYN ANNE BORDER Senior French Major Pi Delta Pi, Pres. Chenrnzig Honors Council from Alpha Chi Chi Omega Sorority JAMES ROB ERT TOWN ES Senior Electrical Engineering Major Kappa Kappa Psi Stevens Scholar l.E.E.E. TWC Marching Cavalcade and Band Wesley Foundation Tex s Western Qs ln? JEANNIE TODARO Junior Journalism Major Editor of PROSPECTOR Chimes IAWS Contact SANDRA RENEE KAHN Senior Education Major Miss TWC T965-66 Student Association Chenrizig 7.2 gl :, .G . If . 'sv -sr t 5 . - 'V Q ifQi Nl Ari . ' l Who's Texas West z Q - 1' g -A BRUCE DEWEY JANET KAREN JONES Senior flllimng Engineering Major Junior English Major Honors Council Chimes president Sigma Gamma Epsilon AWS executive officer AIME Pershing Rifles Regimental Sweetheart Kidd Mining Club Miss TWC Beauty Delta Delta Delta Sorority LESTER VVYNN GRAU Senior Government Major Distinguished Military Student Senior Geology Major Pershing Rifles Student Activities Board Scabbard 8. Blade Sigma Gamma Epsilon Judo Club Senior Fund for Excellence Lloyd A. Nelson Geology Club AIME Who ern College ff 'Wei fs. A, 3: .... ,-. p .,, 6 JOSEPH ROLES MAYS, JR. Senior Psychology Major SAB Spirit Committee chairman Head Counselor for Hudspeth Hall Stevens Scholar Psi Chi Society JOHN CHARLES BLAIZER Senior Education Major Supreme Court Justice Distinguished Military Student Scabbard 8. Blade Student Teachers Association TWC Villagers JON CARLETON WEISHEIT Senior Physics Major Attorney General for the Stude Stevens Scholar president Sigma Pi Sigma Pi Kappa Delta Sardonyx SAMUEL ALAN SIMON Junior Gcverr1mentMaior Sons of the American Revolutio Military Excellence Ribbon Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity ROTC scholarships nt Association n Medal of Honor an VYTT7 Earl Wynn Anderson, Jr. Men Ss. -,.,fP 1.13 John Charles Blazier William Norman Carter Q l 5- PJQQV . ' --Qwalv' e gofg, Kenneth Edward Calabrese Winfred Owens Craft, Jr. .u Q mica .pu 2- z:':-L-ixri-BMS Mines inf' nf'-"""" -? 1 LesTer Wynn Grau V ' " ' e . ,Q W9 - 1 ".rafx5'T.-1 ., .NYY ' ' - . '- 3735 l .. .15 : -Sf , . NX ,Tk . 3 John Albert Halen f -P' 'CLLJS'-x Alfred Joseph Hulbert 'fi e 1"'.. Bruce Dewey Janet rt Randolph LeRoy Kelley 51.5 Nt' . " ,..' Martin Louis Laurel Carlos Ruiz rv ,f ' .lair I" Q1 ' ' ' 'Lili-L f ,,: -' x lm' 'U' - .-4:1 -31: Joseph Roles Mays, Jr. 4: xx .13 , QNX -L P575-':-'K' ,I . : '. ' X3 xx -'l ' . R , X x X H MX nl NW Ri X X X Q- X . ,X . r A W e SYWRQ NN '-:Q--1 , .Q x -cf gpg: -. .. R- L , - , ,ts 'c . x Q. lil M Win.. 'E if X -, , : Qs! ,, Stephen Lewis Saltzman " nr", gms tv' Samuel Richard Parecles Joe Edwin Shirley Men of Mines Robert Lee Thomas James Robert Townes Duane Rosby Tinkler Jon Carleton Weisheit 4 s Y A I ,- 1 N , ll I .-.1 3' Q X N ' --M-IVV' X vf--,-4:"' X U" ..-, 'l XI 1 V.: Mix J.. , 'f .f 4 l I i Q .nf Ln g U 1 x 1 gl W? 'L-AA 'YW .Q 74 'W' as 5-Qi .' . ,- .-A 5. 'X s N' 'fx :. W gi 54 K t-cf M f . W S F E A T U R E ' Wowshvcf Beauty ZWIHSIS fa I I 1 'r.5'. -' . Flowsheef Beauty Finalists relax at the Juarez Race Track. 34 ?laufsheet l6'eaaties I' 4 , P r Martha Fahey aha Gary Z7ha1a,asah ,areseht haaqaets af rases ta hewq seleeterl ?laufsheet Eeaatres Kathleeh Arrhateta, jaay Sthrth, Gail Z7reat. Path Seite, Kath Ahh jahhstahe: aaa Trisha Athihs. tfixx - 1 ,t ,QA . ,Miss judy Smith Wowshcet Beauty N S fb .Q X ? S 14 Miss Gail Crm! Eilawslzccl Beauty ! 4 Miss Pam Snitz .7!owshc'cl Heauly I 4 'QR , . R QL Miss Crisha Atkins :7laufsl1ecl Beauty bi x Miss Kath jllfllfl jahrzsfone Wowslzeel Heauiy 1.-"3 ' f ' e P 5 f fp , - 5 .G Miss Kafhlem Archulefa 57laufshec'f Beauty I 5 N i 42 'a-rv'-,Y-' - w. .4, .'-, 5 ,... . - I Mama' ma-.. rv Em 1.3:,Q,T.,L ,Miss CW6' lr' M A 6 I Q i 0 . - I v- if wi ax IP F Miss Sandy Kahn Miss CW6 Alternate . . . ,fi 7' 'F Miss 9ra14ces Van Wicks! ,.ff...,. 44- Us x XX .j. qaie X fr .wx I -.N 4-N- -.., 4- fl' R ' Vw - . Y a e , , I 5 N1 k' by' X R i r 3 W I F- s 'f f , QM , - ' 1 3 - ,- f I 1 ,Q e 5 1 1 1 4 ! - ff s :f I Q :S S I i, Finalists are: ll to rj Karen Jones, Caroll Johnson, Carol Franklin, D'Laine Jones l f, - fl xl ,fi 4 5 1 l gi . , . 4 h 1 ' h X . , I . I E : 3 . , r 1 5 A . '1 '! W 1 ?g L i pf Terry Kemp, Frances Van Wickel, Jeanne Rhoades, Martha Toney, and Geroganne Fiegel ! 5.5 f-ng an R S tg 1 Seem, N Q , " :RLS'r'ir3NxQENW15' . 1 1- -wi55QY?SQ Miss Karen jrfncs . . . Mbfs EWU Earning S1117 Winner , yr-w-H N 1 N '2.giwv.f5-z., : wr 1' ..,:. : . . Miss Qwrgarzrze Hegel . . . ,Miss FW67 Zfalcnf Wilmer 9 E iff: Xx f 'Q' H' A ' Hx . g3gg,,,... .J ,Miss ,Nancy Svrznichsou ,411 CWC! Qawrile r.-1' ,,,,..,,, . . 1 .. . -s X .--?,Q1'ffsiW5.'xms N I x X JP 'I Q , E 52 S , . 5. 3. . - ' v 5 . iii' ' x .. . gi L -, . . V 5 . -'N xx . Q.- Ns - - X ' NS., Y s Q.-. ,Miss judy Pierce S1111 Princess 49 Q- -, --.M 'Q , x un gf 'W gi? ' -.qx K A. I yx 5-Q -A' 5, A x xx O' 4 1m I X E I 966 Flowsheet Queen ,Miss jackie Baker Zeta 271111 jullfld Q' 1 Margie Kennedy Zeta Carr ,Haifa 'S QUT -.L Q' Naary Saaairlrsaa Dalia Dalia Dalia Margaret ,4aa Marsh linda flaaal Zeta Zfaa ,44al1a Zara Farr ,44a!1a -.wfix .JIQQ NX-K X?-.. 'gs '! X' W ff M i g,N S - 17 ff X! A7 V f Ls i, 5 E + iw, 1T5 5 , Tx - - L, L.. yi iri-3 i--.2-1 -"l"l'!l' .gf Zfeslzmarz Zzvarife W ff J , - 1 'P-ii ' I , 5 415, W Q XX Nivgflg -2- ,V A "1 ro ." ,.' ,, ,x 1 9 1 2 2 i : X 1 I Svphomarc ?awr1Te Lucille flellums ! i I 1 2 i I junior Zzvvrife ,Miss 6'arvl Qrankliu .- akr -,f'1 '- a , I , f..,4. ii ,... I db I , N F t .. ,. , ,4- l-q Pt,:g5...a.IiI. 6,. I. ll ' ' , 4 Senivr fiavvrite ,Miss Pal Peterson . N, 1 x 1 43 Wii' x '- Among the Cen l5'es! Dressed Girls are Ame Glover, Heverly Memahan, jan 6'eff714, and Harbara Hrashear. SX If Gaz! Zfreal, Pam Hayman, judy Smzfh. and Karen jarzes are alsa amvng fha C614 Hes! Dressed ,Nat ,wrfured arf' Cara! ?rar1khn and Z 1511 Umm: P- ,giiiwi wr! .W,v .' A ' gk K" N-. I Kes! Dressed Hays are junior C7r0ufsaf1. Lac Porter, and Qcargc 9511 ,Nor ,wkfurcd are Kick Galhaun, fired 6'mfL 611-Ed Kaur! -1 vc x l C- Iif' 1'6" Miss TWC Alternate Francis Van Wickel crowns Lee Porter King of the Co-Ed Ball. Members of the Court are Jim Clary, Ed Fifer, Robert Brown, and Gary Thompson. 59 H3 it fl 3 ' i .-,Q -vas' -1 "Folklore of The West," theme of The Homecoming Parade, challenges The ingenuity of campus organizations v ' ,fa xox- : S X XX I- , D! "EX f""Y" fe A Miss judy Smith J-larucwmirzg .Queen h r N 1 N w , NX ., FL , .. X , was ,, A 62 ' Y -1----1 Duchess Patsy Abdou Duchess Kay Stevenson Duchess Marcia Salcedo 'QM ffomvcoming a s.,-'VW-Q 'F .rf- Duchess Judy Quuer .-QS' Q- ? 3 ur H, Y. ! . 1' Lp Mnss Judy Sm Th 1965 Homecom ng Queen Queen and Kaur! s. - 1 mi - E53 31 'L .Q -if". ' :fi A .,, 1 9 Q. I I X NK fl . , . . V 5, E , . -l i jf. 4 ,l 5 T I"'iWt'- as N lt ' It X In Dedication Although Dr. C, L. Sonnichsen was born in Iowa, Texas adopted him 36 years ago, and he has belonged in the Southwest ever since. With his new Ph.D. in his pocket, the new Dr. lett Harvard in 193i and came to Texas College ot Mines to teach a course in Lite and Literature of the Southwest. Since Sonnichsen had lived in the North all ot his lite, he was neither prepared nor willing to teach the subiect. Once in it, how- ever, he never stopped learning or writing about the history and lore ot the Southwest. Author ot T2 books and listed in tive biograph- ical dictionaries, including Who's Who in America, Dean Sonnichsen is currently President of the newly formed Western Literature Society, the El Paso Westerners, and is past president of the Texas Folklore Society. He is on the highly selec- tive membership list of the Society ot American Historians and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Arizona History, Arizona and the West, and the WVC Press. In l964, the Dean ot the Graduate School was made one ot the three Harry Yandell Benedict Professors ot English in the TWC campus. The Flowsheet Statt proudly dedicates the T966 annual to Dean Sonnichsen because he has given his time tor over three decades, his talents, and himself to Texas Western and her students. He has helped to shape our college into the great and growing institution it is today. VN XKWQEQ Dr C L Sonmchsen Dean of the Graduafe School 6 ,XA immwh 11152 . .rv o., 9 x .5 A , i ii JOHN CON NALLY savannas or vans November lZ, 1965 TO THE STUDENTS OF TEXAS WESTERN COLLEGE: The higher education you are earning gives you a special strength--the genius of knowledge. With it you can attain ambitious goals, and share in the richest fruits oi our Twentieth Century society in a land blessed with progress and huxnan dignity. With it you are free men and women equipped to be proud, independent, productive citizens. Your world is yet to be made. It awaits your intelligence and talents to give it shape. It is a world in which you can provide for yourself and your children untold benefits in every imaginable way, or a world of massive destruction and misery. John Ruskin said: "The entire object of true education is to make people not merely do the right thing, but enjoy the right things: not merely industrious, but to love industry: not merely learned, but to love knowledge: not merely pure, but to love purity: not merely just. but to hunger and thirst after justice. " To each of you, I extend all good wishes for your future success. incer 1. Uglflf 80411441 hn onnally '34 ll W' 9 S 5'- A ,.'- 1 5 p n 1 ,-" 9 'Q A Q A' ff 1 9 'b ,I .J -4-4-L. I ,It fix TWC President Dr. Joseph M. Ray Board of Regents TWT -E- A Message From the President I consider iT an honor To be permiTTed To exTend greeTings -To The sTu- denTs of The College in our annual, The FIowsheeT. This book is a record which you will Treasure and always remember. IT will doubTIess in Tufure years mean even more To you Than iT does now. We aT Texas WesTern College are deeply involved in a ThrusT Toward higher academic qualify, iT will involve you boTh now and in The fuTure. I hope you will choose To share direcTIy in This eTforT. X I 1 1.f'f'7L s Clyde E. Kelsey, Jr. Dean of Students Carlos Garcia Dean of Men - wks ' Mrs. Louise Resley Dean of Women L G 93 x bx x X Q xY'N f Glvffvf '..'..'-I rg :fs .f ,sg I 'krzrggggv ., 1 Harry E. Gerecke, Jr. Assistant Business Manager Luvenia Arnold Assistant Registrar ii Halbert G. St. Clair Business Manager L, s ll 31:1 :AEN . ., Kathi "iz 2 Tv A f -:V tg , Q. . sg-,mmf -if VV l!N-'waxy 36 'tif' x 5 X 14' X L- ,- , I 4 1 ,W .Pf"Qg:Q. 'L I ..-- ' -' 50, --n.. .Q .' 'A .X ,. . Y., vi F- 'NJ 'i-19 'S'-. S S 's. U!! 1' ...N N1 J William N. Tidwell Auditor James T. Lindop Assistant Director of Admissions I ll if QQ 72 -. .AQ Jig,- .Q2 -X fi . :iv r 1 I 4 H , .L i ,ti E x -SH. '74 FN' V, "QS . .W Joy Riley Administrative Secretary to the President pq, I Richard Burns Director of Institutional Research t' 2,4 ,,, J , .., 4-A 'il ,.. . ., k 5 1 uf 'JI I . ..-f' 15"T George C. Tompkins Director of Extension Service Eugene W. Green Director of Personnel I I i V i I L L is -,,, ff ' , 'mira . .H --",.ff-2:"f,!i Q, YM li, h E I ln. EQ' ' if lb ..ig Dx V i i ,s-'Tic Jf' .N li. ,- Carl Hertzog Direcfor of the Press E .il 'r f.kH1f 'A 2 32535. ' r . 5 1 ' M IA. ,funn "W ' r e . . . , ru f 1, ,I fff3sQ' 34K'U!:lfrs1 .ri mfr Leonard K. Hamilton Purchasing Agent John D. Jones Booksfore Manager J. Ed Davis, Jr. Printing Department Manager Q- il N"""s , . x "'-- ' --. E 5 -D D fq. an ai-f ' N. f . I In' , , l 7 Q G Mc f- eorge c arty .fgnw 'f Q X Director of Athletics A ' -x Q- : Q Q l Joe Stewart Student Activities and Intramural Director . i ' 1. '5Q.,-vig' 'W-. 4- x X 'Jos STEWART ' 3-P' xl ,I 5' ,- ,ii ,.:.-.-1-4.1 W.---A - r -.-. , js Q., X, r-if it iff ig 9 sid' John M. Richards Director of Business and Economic Research xx ...A il I A I 'sl . -ff' 'sk 5 ., lfzv x s sg , x ?, 'J x K in K W w '- -as XQSQW K ii n! -. A as x i 5.9 s+ an RJ., 1 ,.-.135 mi M-22 X-If il .,,.,, ...Q . Eddie Mullens Sports information Director Doug Early Director of News and information Marvin Hollenshead Direcfor of Physical Planf E , Baxter Polk Librarian 71' .fa 'fri , . .n , ', ',,,,,.EQx5'i , 331 : ' -'wg' 1' James A. Cavalieri Ticker Manager 4. I. .ff ,A is . 1. i V' 4' R X 'N 'az 1, AVN! Q-,--ur Www' Dr. Milton Leech Vice President Bryan Steele Jones Assistant to the President slim lf! 'J J' Y 4 ii ,xt i 495 Q 'li' .A-" .n"" Q, A-fur' :gF'+?5b? - ' ,H ""i'w: .viii ' Amanda Scott, Peggy Duke, and Kerney Scudcly work in The Regisfrar's office. 3 - ' A " Q N LYQIXXQ' 'xxf' : 1-:EM xi .' Y . NIE' 19 QPN39- i f-. i '.'l"'s I 3 I .. Q-, Lydia Casares checks receipts in the Business Office. Neal Tidwell busies himself in The Business Office X --. 1 Q In Memoriam Miss Rosemarie Friedman James Dalton Jones Eugene C. 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VP' fr.. t nj r mal, " 1 , ,. , 1 - N . in , up ,4.,.,i' , x n X '1 ,IL ""9N. s 33 Dr Gifford W Wingate Department Head 5952. 1 1' Janice Graham f -9 These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits, and Are melted into thin air, And, like The baseless Tabric of This vision, The cloud-capped Towers, The gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, The great globe itselt, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like This insubstantial pageant Taded, Leave not a wrack behind. We are such stutt As dreams are made on, and our little lite ls rounded in a sleep. -William Shakespeare Speec and Drama To study speech or drama is to explore highly intricate processes by which man apprehends truths about himself and his environment. To say that They are Tools yielding power or success is of less consequence Than to say that Their study yields insight into the nature of man in moments of crucial decision. To study speech in virtually any aspect Trees The mind from parochial concentration upon self, Tor This study not only proclaims with Socrates, "Know thy- self," but admonishes, likewise, "Know others!" Rosemarie Friedman ft 5253 r 7: 2: iff-:CVT Can: T G. H. Reynolds The departments ot speech, drama, and music presented "Brigadoon" as the Tirst performance ot the season. '- ' .' Rein' S5 Q, HTS,-'ir f' """' egg' 'YL 9 5-. A "---r . -' -hi", S-i3':f?'tlSiS" ei:-g ,T ' X, it .Mai I fm 3 T' .f - 1 ' . ' af? J. ws .SQL 'Rx-1 353534 ' :Hit-, - 33:5 , y ' 4: 'SQ .RQNN H 'hi 'X' "il ., . .ws vi: ,-:lag a -a . N ,... .fur-?f ., .2 P. . N - . f T' x KE: '- if .-Jim :f.pg.s- 1 f illicit-v I ii '-Si? 'fli,'QIkf" .mx N .ae- xkbilxit-,gfP' :w -l Dr. Virgil Hicks DeparTmenT Head Radio - Television The DeparTmenT of Radio-Television is organized on a professional basis, vviTh The aim of providing for The sTuclenT a broad background in This field. They recognize ThaT The availabiliTy and demand Tor majors in such areas of Television broadcasiing is highly compeTiTive. VViTh This in mind The sTudenTs are inTroduced To and conTinue learning un- der realisTic Training. 86 Taking great pride in their work, Texas Western's Art Department fosters the originality and creativ- ity of its art students. The function of the Depart- ment of Art is that of offering courses which pro- vide thorough and careful training in the funda- mentals and the techniques of the basic arts: paint- ing, drawing, sculpture, jewelry making and silver- smithing, ceramics, and graphics. For the art major interested in the commercial design field which entails advertising and interior decorating, the Art Department makes available these special courses. Moreover, for the students whose future goal is set on the teaching field, art education classes which deal with processes of teaching art at the elemen- tary and high school level are provided. ln addition, realizing the importance and high esteem held by industry and private practice for the graduate stu- dent, the Art Department offers a research course directly oriented to the professional art student. Art ,.. aux K 'A F I 'T 'z NJ, Nfl., ,.. " f a . ,r Nah. -r . xx Q X 1..- f TX Ns tim' -- v - A - ..fi'f1f5.5Ju Q . u.rXlLx'5 Ellen Coogler Wiltz Harrison Department Head , , ' Pr-'z its .1 ,, . . ' IU: 4 l f. l 1 " M' f 'fn-2 1 W.-. Z.-rf' 1" rfii: . 1-:xr -T fr-I . 1 ' ' :,,,5a:.'.jg.,,:'-5 " r' f' . ft' ff ws puff. Y ' ,, uf- 55' -f'1""T iii.. ii a... V c s- I. , . P, I-0.1.- '1 45,-ug mf' T K IQ. . I The Department ot Psychology was created as a separate department this year. The student ot Psychology will study one of the most fas- cinating ot all subiect matters-the phenomena and causes ot human behavior. The department offers a broad selection ot courses studying both normal and abnormal behavior, as well as cours- es in the research methods used by psycholo- gists. Head ot the Department, Dr. Edmund Coleman, shows a student how to operate one of the machines for an experiment. sychology Sn mu Q . PSYCHOLOGY cuss CARDS It vcr 499-' Randolt Whitvvorth Www? illllfig x, .--UPF' i Dr. Cecil C. Crawford Philosoph In The DeparTmenT oT Philosophy The problems of maT- Ter, life, mind, TruTh, and value are examined in deTail and depTh. The hisTorical developmenT of These problems and some of The soluTions proposed is considered, along vviTh The philosophical implicaTions of such areas as science, re- ligion, and arT. -5 A TKEEEE T A I F U U D Dr. John Haddox, DeparTmenT Head O l Sociology Dr. Clark KnovvlTon, DeparTmenT Head 4ZQf f JJNA The DeparTmenT of Sociology, wishing To convey To iTs sTudenTs an appreciaTion of The ways in which individuals, groups, and na- Tions have relaTed Themselves To each oTher in The pasT as well as in The presenT, special- izes in man's relaTion To man-human re- laTionships, a subiecT OT universal inTeresT. Moreover, in order To give sTudenTs of Texas VVesTern TamiliariTy vviTh an undersTanding of man's behavior To his fellow man, The de- parTmenT invesTigaTes and analyzes poliTical, economic, religious, educaTional, and Tamily sysTems of The human race Through The me- dia oT specialized and vvell-TormulaTed Tech- niques. 89 Histor Guided by the belief that a knowledge of the past will help the student understand himself and his world better and make more informed decisions on the fundamental problems of his time, the Department of History's major purpose becomes the illumination of the past. The profes- sor of history achieves this, not by presenting a random selection of human experiences, but by systematizing and interpreting the past. Thus, at the close of his four years the student of history should not only be a more enlight- ened citizen, but have a broader grasp of the infinite va- rieties and complexities of life and be better equipped to live more constructively, tolerantly, anol, not the least, more interestingly. John W. Denny Jw-'uni 1 x -S .,,........ Dr. Kenneth B. Shover Rex W. Strickland Head of Department Dr. W' H. Timmons The Department ot Economics, newly formed as a separate entity from the Business Administration De- partment, is closely related in its obiectives and func- tions to that Department. The Department prepares students for professional careers in business, government, teaching and re- search. Specialization is possible in areas ot public pol- icy, public international economics, Latin-American economics, economic theory and economic history. Students are encouraged to consider a generalized program rather than to specialize narrowlyg career ob- iectives rather than immediate objectives are stressed. Dr. John Nl. Richards Head of Department Economics Michael Brand Dr. Philip Duriez , 5-'if I' -K -.X57-fan mix 4 N7 x a Xa f 5 , 'l,.',ff p, N H X 5 1.: I 1 - , :TTT -Q I S5 Few-I Y - '.'- S X wi- J -ffl? " ' -F . ' -" ,A if 5 'Z fi' lmfia Roberta R. Walker Engn h P. C. Birkinshaw Howard Johnson rf? L X19 iv -.f-- -A-ar PM -fl 'nl 1 , , "1--msn Q .1 .-4 .. 5,3 I . It F' f, 55 f, -. 5 531 f A .9 ii Ni, . F? 1 .QV . V' x- x 11.1 -.gk Qi ' .Ji A X "4--fgalgqiiet ,L .GGY 'Q 7' wx: ,a1:a.u. .9 J r?1.g-.-'f-1'.1f.-,- ef-1 :g3:::2" w3' , ..Q1.'Ts ' "7 , ,. ..,qJ S ,... ,,, ,- M--g QA gsirl-s"S.g'r3,' - - Q, ,..-I',',. .w -7521-.:' ' xj . , , ' ,V?7"ih A El I K 4 'f . . , . V . .. ..- ' . Q':-.W b -,U ! ' ff 4 L 'P . V v fl ' F. A. Ehrmann . Q . V XAL Rb, Z Q51 gffffwnvf .,. r Ray Pas? Barbara Heiler The Department of English is interested in aiding both The students whose maior lies in this field and those to whom English is an integral part of another field. For the fresh- man, The art of speaking and writing vvell is taught, demanding from him analytical thinking, logical organization of ideas, and expression of these ideas in precise language. For The English major, the department has fostered an interesting curriculum of English and American literature, including the analy- sis of literary works. The department recog- nizes the importance and validity that Eng- lish will have upon the TWC student in broadening his scope of awareness of the human assets which enrich life and the mind. .4 xl Pxk PTT 32 T Alf li All l W1 .-, A ,-J , s , , T kk- g ,. Q ,. 5 V f' 1 V ,gf -- A M", .-' ff ,. ",.f y Q. U m: ,Y ,.f . 1 f . , , -V 'TF' ' .M , , I fy-'X l s , -4 - Q.. - -,im Y., .1-b., ' c ' . X f9,,.: .: T 'T .-M-" " X :i W H G UN ., i W Dr. John West Department Head .-...,ap-1 l l i Dr. William L. Nance Nelle Francis I 93 1 il W --'M '-1-""1'-"Q 1 v 5 , Engli h Lurline H. Colfharp A,,1,.:-- ,A QQ -......4 rv .lid , - ..f"TJ'f -r X ,rftsfa F .f,-:in+v'.i:"' ' avffjw ,r 'vf+'f"4"4-f'fl.e'Nj'! ..,,,,-,...f,,-1-f.-.,-na, . -W-Nas:- wszf ,, yy' pnfrfp 149152 Ag.fr- xl. '75553513ffl:-7L'2'f"55x'+'Ss'f3f2"K ., .f x -'ff-ww1"'irr'S"' 'Sm . ' ,Ll -I.. 'UH '1?'fI"-4'1"3a-u' ire' N0 . .""f7's' 7 .tr J' " ., -' -Q! Richard D. Spiese Grace Smith Leonard Sipiona The Journalism Department trains ed- itors. It is our contention that anyone who can write English Cor Spanishj, and has curiosity, can become a newspaper reporter if he or she tries. But it takes background education for the reporter to rise to an editor's position, and that is what this department tries to provide. Students are urged to take a maximum number of hours in English, History, the Sciences or whatever course they choose for a minor, so that they will have an area of excellence in knowledge to pro- vide them for the future in Journalism. The Department's instructors all have pro- fessional experience in their teaching fields. 0 U John Middagh Department Head V . I1 3 O ibn Max L. Marshall David V. LeMone Earl M. P. Loveioy Howard Jackson 'Q as fe Dr. Jerry M. Hoffer Emily Vovvell .P l The Department of Geology and Geography is a rapidly growing part of Texas Western, offering courses in the Earth Sciences. Further study in- to specialized fields exists to involve the student in varying fields of Chem- istry, Physics, Paleontology, and all the other geological areas of study. -1 up WN'-ra Dr. William McAnul1y Department Head Geology 9 as Music Hugh F. Cardon r-'Q il? A Charles Woodui Ingebor Heuser ad? v""'9 Eugene Eicher Larry Aldererfe Mary Francis Thomas 1 f f w .. 1-G Mm e R .-W 'IWW' .,,,.,.4f , Q f .339 .-7,e,'1g-We A, A . fi, 5 - ff :lf-fr,,7lN:L,:J 2' Lorraine E. Eicher Lynn W. Thayer Ralph Briggs The Department of Music has a curricula designed to facilitate several obiectives: the prepara- tion of teachers in this field, music as a profession, and a vocational interest. A sound founda- tion in music theory, literature, applied music, and education is held as the chief aim of this de- partment, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Chorus, Lab Dance Band, a fully equipped symphony orches- tra, a concert and marching band, small chamber groups, and two larger choirs constitute the variety of courses offered. ih..gg.....g,,, ' -w ,I Q I ' " .sic ' ' K ' was qw 3 V? M. W 1 rf' gr -. f' fl -.L ffliil ji 22'-1""', if. L a ff ' um.: Carolyn Kenneson v F475 Dr. Olav Eidbo Department Head Music v-QQ' - A ...T A D NI rx 4--N t 5. mx .Ji . .W ' 'C' ' v. N-anna...-rr Richard Henderson E. A. Thorrnodosgaard Dr. Martin B. Meyer muy Mechanical Engineering ..- ,. Civil Engineering The profession of Civil Engineering is very broad, ranging from the design and construction of hydroelectric proiects to investigating the tate of radioisotopes in an algal cell. Civil En- gineering can be defined as the economical application ot the sciences to the improvement of man's environment, The Civil Engineering curriculum covers such areas as hydraulics, struc- tural engineering, water resources, foundation engineering, sur- veying and computer applications. The demand by industry for the TWC Civil Engineering grad- uate is high, yet over thirty percent ot our graduates are acquir- ing advanced degrees in Civil Engineering before entering the profession. Dr. Calvin Woods ' f Ak Department Head i nes JKT! g g P Kenneth S. Edwards Jr. f' ' . The impact of science upon hu- V,-. fi ,- ' rg , , fl man environment in the two dec- . -.----1--w f- it ,,. -, . - a -' -' ades since the second World ' War has dramatically changed the - , 1 ., r compass ot the mechanical en- t V C i . gineer's province. Besides the tra- y4..,r,-- Q- , ' . i , ditional areas of power produc- c ,',Q1.1.4ic.5.g-Qi.Q 5 tion and the design of mechani- ' , E- cal systems, the mechanical en- ' 4 I ., gineer today is called upon in I --A- f--- 'jf ff, ,. 4 - A I Q ' many aspects of such exotic new at i 7 fields as nuclear power, mechan- 3 ' ical systems for the medical arts, satellites, missiles and space trav- el, computer technology, under- water exploration, and industrial automation. The mechanical en- gineer must be a master of sev- eral trades. Dr. Lonnie Abernethy Department Head Charles Herman Gladman Deparfmenf Head Mathematics V. A. Miculka The Mathematics Department is in its first year as a separate entity, having formerly been part of the Department of Mathe- matics and Physics. From its beginnings with service courses for students in Mining Engineering, the department has broad- ened and strengthened its curriculum in areas of service to the student in education, liberal arts, and social sciences as well as to the student in natural science and engineering. ln addition, the Department offers a sound, well-balanced pro- gram for the student who wishes to maior in mathematics. Special attention has been given to those areas which prepare the mathematics maior for graduate vvork, for the industrial field, and for the teaching profession. is -was 4' 44" Dr. E. J. Knapp 'Q l l l ,, ff 5 l Ralph Harper Pryor 4 I Hui, Q F" " . """'i a l ,argl 2 I ".,gg,' i ,a 'qi 4' .. -, .,, I. U. . . I-v rj": . M -Ui, . I Sw .R 'ivy- Muay. 5 'X 3 3 i xx .Xl J '.-' ,i - .,., .' "L ,. IHQL . hav. - Delmar L. Boyer ...A ,V .RL K. 1 L Government ' NX ? is ,. 'L W x, . 'g . V X RM QE : ,. N , gi . 4 4 M X ff x ' 1 IL T- '.1 f:' .Eilx-L' I E, px! .,- 4 ,fx 3. R. ' 'a K "Q -' X X -1 N. 'E . '- l , hx Q- ' X P' . wi Roland I. Perusse John A. Hovel I X fi! K , l r ' " ,- r . VI l -V A l ' N l . if-Wife .zffi ' f" ...f.?::sw?er ' . .Q ' '? -N"Er?19I s .si 4 ,l K! 1 Edward A. Leonard George R. Ash, Jr. Shah Chandrakant Sherrill Seeling Throughout the ages evidence of government in some form has existed. Life seems to be full of crucial issues that split people into opposing groups and pro- duce vigorous conflicts. The De- partment of Government supplies factual information about the structure and procedures of American government essential to an informed and intelligent student. Both introductory and advanced courses are offered which investigate problems in or- ganization, function, powers, purposes, and political govern- ments of the United States and the world. The ever-growing Po- litical Science Department of Tex- as Western has initiated the use of television courses which sup- plement the standard lecture. This department has as its objec- tive "to give the whole student group those civic skills and hu- mane ideals prerequisite for re- sponsible participation in the po- litical and social side of a de- mocracy." Sai 118' ,,,-,,..wn-- fF'Nff'5'x ........:u Joseph B. Graves, Jr. Leon W. Blevins Dr. Wingfield Department Head Melvin P. Straus Col. Lee Lavoie Department Head gp! y .J ,fe- Ri' ., , ,1 l .c X Q 1 QR 't S ' -3 ff X Nlaior John H. Woodyard Military Science Courses offered by this department are designed to produce iunior commissioned officers, who by their education, train- ing, and demonstrated leadership qualities, are considered suitable for continued developement as officers in the United States Army. Army ROTC courses provide leadership training and experience that is not duplicated in any other college course. The instruction is designed to develop the self-assur- ance, personal discipline, physical stamina, poise, bearing, the acceptance of responsibility, and other basic qualities re- quired of an Army Officer. These same qualities also con- tribute significantly to success in civilian careers. f i Captain Gordon Bassett '10 ITT N a Eugene M. Thomas BoTh broad and specialized programs in The engineering sciences are offered Through The several curricula of The School of Engineering. These programs are designed To develope The sTudenT's abilifies To enable him To enTer inTo and advance wiTh The profession of engineering, and To lead a useful and happy life in his communify. ln order To qualify for a Bache- lor of Science degree in The sTudenT's chosen field, he musT compleTe four comprehensive years of sTudy. -113. rar ,Ll L'-5?, 1 1 '- x l Qlf I S l 1 Tl g W, . V'-i 31 . - Dr. Joseph RinTelen Department Head Metallurgical Engineering lu 95 , if l -T W fp Dr. Clyde Nichols DeparTmenT ElecTrical Engineering became a separaTe deparTmenT in The School of Engineering in The fall of T964 AT ThaT Time a new and modernized curriculum was sTarTed, much new equipmenT was added and several laboraTory courses reorganized, and an- oTher faculTy member joined The sTaff. The deparTmenT was in- specfed by The ECPD accrediTaTion commiTTee in The spring of 1965, and accrediTaTion of The curriculum was received reTro- acTive To The fall of T964 ApproximaTely half of The engineering sTudenTs aT TWC conTinue To be enrolled in ElecTrical Engineer- ing. The deparTmenT sponsors a very acTive sTudenT chapTer of The lnsTiTuTe of ElecTrical and ElecTronic Engineers. Plans are be- ing made To add several new faculTy members and To sTarT some graduaTe work. Electrica Engineering . .-.--. 5-.Li fail - -mu' :ILL-44.2.1 1 - 1 gf N, . "r E ' ' Elf' l 1 r 1 Y 1 .1 l 1- 1 qi i 2 A ll 'Qt . ' -J . - - ' I 1 1' V Pwr 1 Nw, 7 . E lxy 'wc x X Dr. James Reeves, Department Head pl? jfw3??'1 r Since its conception, the Biological Sciences Department of Texas Western has offered pro- fessional training of the highest quality. Evi- dence of growing expansion and specialization is noticed in all fields. Although a large number of students of the department are maioring in pre-med and pre-dentistry, an integral portion have chosen the science field in relation to the pursuance of a liberal arts degree. The depart- ment in turn, as a main branch of the college, places great emphasis on giving the under- graduate a sound foundation in his endeavors in the fields of Botany, Zoology, Biology, and Microbiology in addition to developing in stu- dents a record of outstanding scholarship. Mrs. Elizabeth Manning Department of Biological Sciences Dr. Peter Chra wi' Dr. Artie Me-Tcal pli Physics The Physics Department is now a single department, being separated from the Mathe- matics and Physics Department this year. The department is growing in strength and stature with its new faculty members and has an outstanding graduate program to sup- plement the excellent undergraduate program. The department offers service courses to the students of Liberal Arts in the basic areas of Physics and Physical Science to help them broaden their horizons in their total education. The Physics Department offers a well balanced program for the undergraduate stu- dents wishing to major or minor in Physics with a core of Physics courses and with areas of study encompassing Geophysics, Atmospheric Physics, along with a solid Phys- ics background that allows a person to continue his studies at the graduate level or he can go into government laboratories, industrial laboratories or into the teaching field upon graduation with a bachelor's degree. At the graduate level a strong curriculum is offered leading to the M.S. degree in Physics with areas of research in Atmospheric Physics, Geophysics, Molecular Physics, Nuclear Physics, Solid State Physics and Theoretical Physics, especially statistical ther- modynamics and plasma physics. Dr. Max C. Bolen E. J. Knapp Department Head .5511- Ray A. Souply a 1 115 J S Dr. Michael H. Blue Oscar H. McMahan Dr. Max Bolen Department Head . W -' J. T. Farraro 4 .1 r Ni V17 fi' 1" Dr. Harold E. Alexander IU' Dr. Charles G. DeVries 94-X Af W in fn X K x. 'UW Dr. J. A. Hancock Deparfmenf Head R. Caloaness W. H. Rivera x. Floyd B. O'Neal Chemistr The four year curriculum of the Department of Chemistry pro- vides a well balanced program of practical laboratory skills and co-requisite study. The Department not only offers programs lead- ing to the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry, but it also makes available elementary courses in the field that are deemed necessary to the modern and dedicated student. The Department provides advanced technical education, with almost unlimited possibilities for research. For the beginning student, the Department offers basic courses to aid in the pursuance of his obiectives and later in his scholastic endeavors advanced courses in instrumental analysis, radio Chemistry and neutron ac- tivation analysis are provided. Actually the Chemistry Department has a very broad curriculum, extending from Biology and Medicine on the one hand to theoretical physics on the other. With such a background in this field, numerous career possibilities are offered to the graduating Chemist. 4212 ARTS 8 SCtENCE fa iiiioiis ONLY Jon M. Foulds tp srss r --xr J. W. Scruggs uf. ' lffiitftb Q- ' e e , :nga ,- 3, . . r ig ' ra' 3A4'!',4 4 'Z .. Ji' ' :Ziff .K 41.7 7 . Y '1f,,f. r 1 xg f -'?E'f' r e. -if. 4- In ,, N-,tau ,ga h sw , J 3 is' A rf V 1 f Dr. Lola B. Dawkins Mrs. Florence Buckner Harold Jensen ... ,I fi' " f.,,A 3? N R LX Xi! it ' . A multi Dr. George Miller Department Head Since its founding, the Department of Business Administration has kept pace with the great strides of industrial society. The primary function of the department is to pro- vide instruction in the fields of Secretarial Studies, Marketing, Management, Foreign Trade, Finance, Economics, and Accounting, which may or may not lead to the Bache- lor of Arts Degree in Business Administration. The department prides itself in procur- ing for the student and excellent reception and acceptance in his field. In addition to classroom dissertation, instruction in the use of complex machinery, such as IBM com- puters, has been proven as good preparation for the student in facing modern com- mercial conditions in business and industry. In gaining recognition and a reputation for its graduates, the Department is held in high esteem. E. J. Sanders Gerald R. Bovard J G Reynolds l Dr. James F. Day Department Head V43-. 5 "Y ',,., - ' ,s xxx? T. Fi N 'J g ' ' qi. l S, ., ,if t lf, A: Lloyd Cooper Velma Davis The Department ot Education endeavors to supply to- day's demands tor highly qualified teachers. There is great opportunity afforded from the levels of undergrad- uate courses pertaining to elementary and secondary ed- ucation, to the special education of exceptional and men- tally retarded children, and to the graduate student with whom is stressed the branch of training in the areas of counseling, elementary principals, secondary principals, elementary supervision, and secondary supervision lead- ing to the Master ot Education degree. Realizing actual courses in the methods and intricacies of teaching are an integral part of the teacher training. The department requires a balance among general education, specializa- tion, and professional education in all programs. Such programs give understanding and insight in regard to how students grow and mature, in the procedures of evaluating students, and how students learn. With such a preparation in the rapidly expanding and unlimited occupation of teaching, it is no wonder the Department of Education has the highest number of maiors at TWC. A X -fxvf N ' Dr. Marion Cline Dr. A. N. Fosfer Dr. William Fisher Q Department of Education Dr. C. B. Wivel Dr. Jack H. Meadows Dr, Richard Burns 1 K UNC L. S759-ffiffv J as 'fi as IB" f' N V j' 1 sa Vi X74 Y fa NN Jack Bailey Dr. Emma Scruggs Department of Modern Languages 14? N Ana Maria de Navar Mrs. Chris Spyropoulos Fred M. Brewer Ralf R. Nicolai an Dr. Edgar T. Ruff b ' fm Department Head viii-T T ii ,X wg? Lrbtli ,P Nxi Y .. 1, , X. - wx fx RY' xv c -:' Six, 591 355 rx-5: "Aw N Q1-2 5.21.11 fxsff! 1- yi if Dr. John M. Sharp 3 The Department of Modern Languages offers The student The opportunity to acquire proficiency in French, German, Spanish, and Russian and to understand and enjoy the ideas, literature, and gen- eral culture of the peoples employing These languages. Oral-aural proficiency and The analysis of complete literary masterpieces are stressed. There is a well equipped language laboratory. Special emphasis, which includes summer workshops, is given to The train- ing of Teachers. The large percentage of native speakers of cultured Spanish among out students and The close proximity of a large Mexican city oTTer unusual advantages To students of Spanish. H9 1 :L fi, , . 1 i f 'Y' t t 7 L -'F In. fav! ' X s 6 . -,V 1 . '- , i . .Q A Ng . 1 Yr. K. Mrs. Lynette Glardon X Dr. William Harris r . . ff ,FU f.. .-fin 2. . .E - V N 1 ' L f?Q. 4 5 " ' -Q X I P - i x I 0 '. 'fl 5 , 't""i as , . Q, l , 1 M- 1 fi 643 K , 55" A3 . ':' 'xi -" . MS! Ni 9 U O 3 I OJ 7 91 3 Mrs. Mona H. Loper The basic undergraduate curriculum in health and physical education leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree, provides a strong program of professional work. Freshman and Sopho- more requirements are based upon foundation areas designed to increase the student's knowledge and understanding of man and to develop the common understandings, skills, and attitudes need to function effectively as a person. The iunior and senior years are viewed as providing, within a framework of related field, an exploration of the body of knowledge of human movement and physical education activities. ! E 3 ,gb " gi Y ' A' sf i - .. Ar A ' . X,,,f f ,...1 irq' s . 'N ' , , Ben W. Collins Q- ,it V .ii .. - .15 :ff , v,lh75,:, K' , i X12 :N Ib:-2.11 Q5 . ' i" -'Ffa 'H gh?-T135 93 ef.. W . , . EA t.:.:s1-ffffff Mrs. Kathleen gp Craigo Dr. Kay Peterson Department Head Virgil Hicks illustrates the mechanics of a television camera to his classes. Q A x .hw A -2-'i::.:'f I sp. 'I ll' : -N E A xklitxif, .yi :S ' ' c, , ,fx XX X X Chemistry Department students work inthe lab Metallurgy professors work with equipment in their department. 5 N N k X Q ,--fx! g S TATISTICS if , "lf ff X People from all over The world and from every walk of life have been drawn 'ro The Texas West- ern College campus. Conse- quenrly, TWC siudenrs have very diversified inieresrs such as iobs, course of study, religion and school affilared organiza- 'rions TWC Boasts 95 Student Organizations 23 Honorary Societies li Social Organizations I2 Business and Professional ll Religious Organizations 8 Dormitories 5 Performing Arts 5' Political Organizations 9 Scholarship and Service I2 Associated Student Organizations Cgtzsus l3Ruc-mom W on 'Jn 'Mila 1'9'5'lM:'4 'Inu ilwomr ! YF! All Greek Fraternal Organizations Alpha Epsilon Phi Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Kappa Delta Zeta Tau Alpha Sororities Social Fraternities Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Kappa Tau Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu TWC Studentsg Faculty Not All There gllff Uma ,Male 3242, kmale 1856 Graduate' Studcnls: 843 Part- Uma' Students: 2324 Students Working far Masters: 352 Com! ,Number af Students: 7422 gllff- 271415 Cmclzcrs, 240 C0!uIjVum!1er af Ceachers: 2695 ea - , gn? - eng ' ' s ,- , ' ' -- -.---.--...W -..- as-' hx- , ' E ' 5 a'-F-5 '- , . - -2',f,,,Hf,"..-'1',."....',... - ,g.'.5X F if 1 l. 5 x C.- 5 J 5 1 , L ll W, I ' lf lx ::, Q , - , +19 C. A Q.. - . A i L Freshmen Fields Vary l Major ,Arts and Seienees fugineeriug Business Eduealieu Total Male Female 787 537 271 3 276 56 54 134 I 3 8 8 7 3 O l l25 J . -fif'f""w1:? ,lfEA:fs'b5f. r. "H-sail-i,,wjNl5iw , il"-f-f l -N Q-... wuuggdmfi K , . ,1 .,.g.,,, p V Q... gv -1 ' . , :sq ..,. f 3- .. . ' .. 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CT, ur sv Sara Zdhowski Par Pererson Liz Netcher Linda Shaffer Carol Anne Robinson I36 22 T-Q . ,I 0 xi "J Lf . , A 'l 4' - ,7g:5v"., H A T l 'Uv V1 4na.::r' Sheryl Halpin Sfephanie Baker Sandra French Dianne Harman Cabell Cotton The Panhellenic Council aT Texas WesTern College, Tormed in The laTe l93O's, is composed of represenTa- Tives Trom each of The Tive naTional sororiTies on The campus: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Chi Omega, DelTa DelTa DelTa, Kappa DelTa, and ZeTa Tau Alpha. Panhellenic Council is The governing body Tor The sororiTy group, and iT seTs The sTandards Tor sororiTy acTiviTy aT TWC. The organizaTion and supervision of sororiTy rushing is one of The council's maior responsibiliTies. Each year The council evaluaTes The rushing procedure To deTermine The mosT eTTecTive rushing program and makes any necessary changes, 41 ,uv Sherry Lauritzen Marinell Coffey Virginia Schuller Margaret Ann Marsh Nicki Simpson I3 AECP 49 r - ll Hx r QI:- X Ml ll' 1 gk 1 11 Wifi l, lm .9 t I' X in . 4 1- 1- lla ' mill MWA mol isillffll. UNA' UNUSA , . Sara Zditowski Margo Hughes President Vice-President ff' Margie Bruder Sheryl Halpin JO AFI ROSGI1 'J 7'-"S, l :V lr 'il fur Maxine Berry Susan Kalmans Madeline Prager Josephine Rlfihafds kr- H-f I Ruth Ellen Marcus Linda Savan Beth Rubin Carol Weinberg Jo Ellen Perl Jyl Ashkenaz A 0 ' 0 :AEK I S 4 A f-, m ., -' OFFICERS President Sara Zditowski Vice President Margo Hughes Recording Secretary Jan Lieberman Corresponding Secretary Bonnie Landsman Treasurer Jane Siegel Rush Chairman Rosanne Blaugrund Y N . V xt-sr, . 1 N 'F 'iam is ,Tw Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded on October 19, 1909, at Bar- ZZOID 3,00 nard College. A relatively new sorority on the Texas Western Col- QQQ Q 0 lege campus, Epsilon Lambda was established in the tall of 1961. The colors are green and white, the flower is the Lily of the Valley, and the iewel is the pearl. The local chapter is active in helping needy El Paso families at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. i P' v fi :F x 'X -, A g P vt . ' , .Q 5 , ' za '- A ,, 2 'rg ii S .A .5 in A -fa if rl 'N i x fn Q l 9- 1 B f :Q 4 1 A 'T Q X Q fl Q if 8 8 J AL' - 6 3 PBT PGYSYSOH KBY Foreman Carolyn Blackburn Sandy Johnson Judy Pierce Stephanie Baker Virginia Schuller Pledge Trainer Rush Rush 1 1 X, , 5 s 1 tex 9? X hm R . - xv 1 , Q5 i iv President Vice President Secretary Treasurer . 353151. W N C N Li: itxfv N E 1:4-Aa, -eq 1- - :F Q9 ' -29, 3: SC 3 Q e,3:r A -fffliif fi " ' ' B-,H - :Vg .fr A' Hi, 5' LF . Kathryn Filhean - A A ,L - . I Q32 Carol Franklin Sally Bell Miller Patty Parks ,SP 6 r, . gh., 1 i v Q55 Judy Duncan Diana Leach Since Chi Omega was founded in 1895 at the University ot Arkansas, it has become a noted national sorority. Rho Delta Chapter was estab- lished on the Texas Western College campus in 1939. The Chi Omegas stress active participation in campus activities and devotion to the school. Rho Delta Chapter was outstanding this year as its members won elections to Sun Carnival Princess, All 'INNC Favorite, Senior Favorite, Junior Favorite, Sophomore Favorite, and Freshman Fa- vorite. Eugenia McCoy Martha Sue Stephens Nancy Sonnichsen Susan Phifer Carol Hiatt Terry Kemp f I. , C"L . . ' Kathy Upshaw , k i i' 5 .-a.. f Jacquelyn Border Debby Dennehy Robin Rettgers Mary Kramp Sharon GflmmeSeY Sue Moore Rita Lanaux Betsy Johnston Chi Gmega House of Favorites Grouped outside the Chi Omega Lodge are Pat Peterson, Senior Favorite, Lucille Hellums, Sopho- more Favorite, Nancy Sonnichsen, All TWC Favor- ite, Judy Pierce, Sun Carnival Princess, Carol Frank- lin, Junior Favorite, and Joyce Bartholomae, Fresh- man Favorite. Q, Joan Martin Cathy Myers 4.06 .' ' . ' MX X X , U M - t ' 2 . i 7 ' C- . I1 l' a- , t , 1 ' 2 , , V W V .-C , C . Q 75 1 ' 1 -as gi ff lg C . , h T, 1 ,J ,ii . , Q Nr' "lf, '? 33' ' 5+ 'f . E f F' X 'J ' E Sv L - X - 1-5 f.-'N we 1 : y t. 'q ,L ': 5 ,zgaff 3' 33: .,' X 5' -its , Y- Q?-, il U il .,4-,Zhu E " -S4 '-af. 'Qi 5- - N C i" 'X Marilou Higdon Nancy Burton Alice Steinman Janet Gardner NR Pam Breeland Patricia Franklin Cookie Gulick L 'intl - .. X., C T' 3 -c Q :px -vii ' 5' -, X, 'L - ' - ia. ,.., Karen Jo Thomas ,src Z7 Cathy McAnulty Lucille Hellums is 5 N, 11.3. Louise Little Linda Rheinhart Q 2 V C... -wtf Martha Bickley Mary Stevenson Judy Deakyne Jan Sifldefs Louise Bean Carolyn Greene Cecilia Reid Linda Armstrong Dianne Dick Brenda Green' JOYCE -l5ifTl'10l0m8e X fi QZWA5 "' ' J X- - lligk ,' c 1 'V yn. ' '1 mi L, ' .::5'fza" --'fa a . ::- J- - :Sir .5 W 31 ' "' .'Y,.:'g'-'r,,r--E' ' Q , L' '.Er5j,s 2z tQ?i-, - if - Betsy Netan Jeannie Mai Jerelene Dinwiddie .J 9 , ,. , . - x . V P ' i 3 l l i 5' 3 I ' , ,lg if rj 1 I f I f J i I A t , - x it f I l Y A l l X f I , t i ff' Barbara Brashear Linda Shaffer Carol Jeanne- Dyer Frances Bowden Karen Jones l-UY MBTUEY ' : "':'. +1 ,fdgx is Zig '..A. T' X li -evr abfj, gi A P " - r ' 3 , 1, Jie, .- 9 r rv 1 1 1 - Q 5 , 'Sy ' f I X X r f , I X W l if ,f , . ' ,4, , , ' .L 1 - V ' ' M . a "1 Y r L , rss: r rr LH 1 Jan Coffin Pam Hoffman Janey Brennand Charlene Lindsey Leslie Jones Betty Brunner OFFICERS President , ................. Linda Shaffer Vice'President . . . . . Veverly Milner Secretary 0 frecorclingi ...... .... S herry Williams B , Secretary fcorrespondingi . . . . . . Leslie Jones Treasurer .......... ..... C arol Dyer 135111 Rush Chairman .... Sandra French Pledge Trainer ...... Pam Hoffman M f ex-Trix QW A A A "X V r 'K N A. 'L Delta Delta Delta sorority was found- ' 'X ed in 1888 at Boston University, and 'Z Theta Psi Chapter was established on 0 +- the Texas Western College campus in 2 1938. Theta Psi Chapter has taken many f Qy , 6 honors on campus this year as they are 4 S well represented in Spurs, Chimes, - Q Chenrizig, and ROTC Sponsors. They are especially proud of AWS President, Carol Dyer, and cheerleaders Pam Seitz and Elisa Licona. Beverly Norain Pam Seitz .Aria McMurtrie Sandy Mun-,y Judy Smifh Marilyn Hamilton - - 51' ' ' Q :L 4 " r , 'bk I . ,I K , X , , N fli ,'l 1 'X QL. X lf -All I If l. Ii., V ' '--fl H i 'JJ N , -I 1 l 11-YJ , L x X f-Z, Z,- EZ!! JZ fl-A i '1 Lois Vannerson Penny Beavers Kay Morton Susan Terrill Derry Kay Shurley Gail Treat 711.1 5. . 'gf . U ' o it ' wr y - r I , f f J i - "ff iq ' -at i 'Q -Q - " i7 ' I ss? r 'I 5 iw?" 1 ' , , Yi f- t K X f 3 JH V N U h 2? ' i A W X I ' ' P I Y I i 'I L! I 4 ' - I Y X ,i i r A 1 , rr. I in + e 1 .l .,.n , ., E rex r, f r of Deda Wilson Karen Davis Cindy Green J0dy McCreary Cherryl Bates Pam K0hlrnar1 ,-f -Y r '4 J i W V " A 'Ti' Y - -si I' , fi' Av ,V Qi 1 g I . V . 5 ,. I Q ,- F , ' 'ig 1 ., K -. ' i I - ' , i f- F' ' ir I .I .y ,lr i 4 N Y , r r r' . X s it r , Q I A f 1 4 , i ' f J U I v , L I if 'f l K ' A E 'f ' 2 . i- Q s , f A r X fi rx f 2 r J L. l ' ' ' 5 ,. Qi 4 . V- ' - l Lf- .. , r , ,, ,, , , X 'li A .L Q Tag, ... i K Ali. 5 r' . mil, .aa-4 "A Karen Hamilton Joey Anderson Meredith Morris CBf0lvl'I EiS-Enwine Eloise EFWSFY FIOY Ana Roe K 44'5', 1 Xs .. , ' A li ' " 3 .E ,Q .7 J QN ' V t :Q 1 2, ' 1 f X, .fr V- rr ' 1 x v f if ' L . J l i L 3. f l 1 N Y Q l X V V j Z ' fr . V' ' - ' 3 u in K l l r l ' . ,Z ff l ff l ll il l ll ' l l l l l 3 L . f -A ' ' ' ' 2 ' X ' Phyllis Lafferty Kristin Neugebauer Judy Lehmann Kathi Fynn Nancy Cohle Chris Bader - - . ,, - i ' W 5 5' l Q 'S Hx ' " ., ,- .' A .4 '-'J , , - A l ff- r . ,, , , , li K W ' ix: 1, ' ,E la ' f I l l ,, i if A y fy Q l , y i o l ' y , .-' ' . if " f l ' , if " N - 1 A N , A . f ff 1- e . x i A vm of 4 .... e eel 3 '43 Elizabeth J. Netcher al Q, v-zu' Barbara Stone 6 v w f mr at . , WU f' Sherry Laurifzen O axwk Kathleene Kernan Kappa Delta 'V Z. ll, V- A Allin !l"5?l, ' 14 I, '- 0-xl Ag lg, 73 nf f". 'I :Nr 'E ss' 1 a, .gags Sheila Kerns Frances Van Wickel Noel Miller Candy Karger Susan l. Guthrie l44 Katherine Robbs M, . KAF A -fu D 3 ic P K A Barbara King 4 Glenda Kretzschmar Q 1 y , :aw . i Lynda McMahan ,YA L K ' Martha Miles Clodene Beavers Dianne Harma Harman Martha Toney Kappa Delta Sorority was founded at Longwood College, October 23, 1897. It was the first sorority to be founded in Virginia and at Longwood College. Delta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta was installed on March 21, 196-41. Our local philanthropy proi- ects are high-lighted by the Annual Easter Party forthe Cerebral Palsy Children. Kappa Deltas are all extremely active in campus activities. In the Miss TWC Contest, tor in- stance, five out of the top twelve finalists were Kappa Deltas and two Kappa Deltas won the trophies for First Runner-Up and Talent. A-'HN Mlchele Davls Gale SBWYEV Jeanie Muzzy Elizabeth Shurley J ' f i' ia VV A p I- k QL. D 'ir X B 1.7f'tw., , fra--225: . -. 1 A iff' as sw. 'll' f' ' l D ' ' i' - ...I ., 'A ll. 1 'A 5 f . XX b ' ll , . ., . ,, A, -'19 ff? c V , - A . Q.-fa ' .r " ' , A '7' f fr.. x .hay . 'N .' A U " 'if' A Sharla Griffin Cynda Brown Paula Clark Sandi Robinson Karen Elizabeth Ward Suzanne Babb Sara Mme, Bonnie Bryar l45 35, Zeta Tau Alpha was 'founded at Longwood ijt College, Farmville, Virginia on October I5, XT if 5' ,Li . 1898. Gamma Gamma chapter of Zeta Tau ff 43" Q Alpha was founded on the Texas Western 2, .s"m' .- , J ' -1 4' -- ' T , JQJ College campus in 1938. X .... h. Q, T . oFFic:ERs a t g Carol Anne Robinson .............. President " V-3 Ann Glover ...... ........... V ice-President .Q Carolyn Fisk . .. .... Corresponding Secretary A Karen Boozer ,... ............. S ecretary l, ' Ginny Gehrens ..... ........ T reasurer Q Helen Ann Shanley . . . . . . Historian "E3ml'4 ZTA X 3 Carol Anne Robinson Ann Glover Carolyn Fisk Karen Boozer Ginny Behrens Helen Shanley Gamma Gamma, Cut-standing Zeta Tau Alpha hapter f c PT .Y - 5 so :Q-1 Q - X in dn 1:57-1',w,iXx W.. di.. .. lfgimw. Lee Anne Robinson Barbara Michell Kaliko Hutchins Mary Britton Jackie Baker Judy Beckerman l1"'i Carolyn Patrick Cabell Cotton Margaret Marsh Z e ta s reminisce about old victories. ,xl T7 ',.,4 Pam Pe99Y SEXTOV' Judy Stewarl' Jo Ruth Waicle Lisa Genn Shirley Weir F9 Carolyn Fleming Lorann Mays Barbara Licht Nancy Bradford Katherine Neece Paula Potter ix Marinell Coffey Pauline Maness Linda Perkins shiela Harris Wally Holt Miriam McKenzie The Zetas are well represented in campus activities by cheerleader Linda Sue Perkins, feature twirler of the TWC Band Jan Zeretzke. X Donna Petty Jan Zeretzke Q Helen Olsen Trisha Adkins Karen Colley Margaret Kennedy Barbara Fletcher Jane Campbell Sandra Basom Kathy Hulleck Beverly McMahan ar w +4 MBVY NSY Pmockr Nancy Brown Francis Tole -1- --1 Judy Schweidel Kathleen Gibson Cathy Mattee -A sf? Ceci Miles Kay Jones Carol Gold f,. gr X, Nikki Jackson Ann Coston Madge Roberson Linda Himel Kathy Crandall Sharon Hayes -lf: . BL, Delta Delta Delta's and Chi Ornega's await pledges along with anxious onlookers. Sororit Snap , rv: I 2 Marilyn Hamilton decorates pledge, Floy Anna Roe at Tri-Delta activity. Chi Omega's gleefully welcome new pledges. Delta Delta Delta Luida Andress and date enioy the atmosphere at the Tri-Delta Spaghetti dinner. I49 Y, W F R A T E R N I T I E S Ultima! SSX sw? P IP' ,gl x v x x XQW RQ- NFPK -- .wmxk-'N . ,N - Ttsgs..-Ei .i N X.- xwxm 451 .1-. Q L ir -luis-' .ki 42 , A 5 XS 5 T' lc! ". L Ulll A mf - 419' ik WC! X .4-vi" Vic Dave Yarbrough Hunsicker l , :2.1ET 'Tgl Myer Richard Lipson Overly T .I - 'T fd , Q- 1 l ' I 4 Stephen Sam Saltzman Pa,-edeg F 'arf j U if i J' r . , F fflil TW Jaime Einstein The lnterfraternity Council at Texas West- ern College is composed of the President and one voting representative from each of its member fraternities. lts officials are elected annually by a maiority vote of the Council. The purpose of IFC is to foster and main- tain a spirit of friendliness, cooperative help- fulness, and a better understanding among all fraternities on our campus and to provide an agency by means of which its members cooperate in matters of common concern. v , ' '-1- , ,..........1., ' Q r ' 4' -1'5- -..1 --.---i-L-q-gn OFFICERS: Myer Lipson, Dave Hunsicker, Mac Belk, Tom Dawson l Ronald Alben l-69 Charle Marry George NSdOW Wakeen Laurel IF ead Fraternities on Campu IFC members socializing at meeting. ls? Row: Left to Right: Mike Wieland, John Anderson, Vic Yarbrough, Richard Overley, 2nd Row- Left to Right: Steve Saltzman, Tommy Ingram, Sammy Parades, Fred Fraser, im 55: . . pg, .D X Q5 X ,I .Q sb X Skwisw. 4111 " X 'FIS ' ill' i K A N ,ca 1 lv 1 - i I va' M 5 '9"'1 44 ff-"' i'4.i.4fA EJ fx gg I pha M Omega Dean Thomas Faculty Sponsor Alpha Phi Omega is the oldest fraternity on the Texas Western College campus. lt was founded in 1919 when TWC was Texas College of Mines. APO restricts its membership to second semes- ter freshmen or above who maintain a 2.0 grade average, and who are enrolled in some phase of engineering, mathematics, physics, geology, metallurgy, or mining programs. The Alpha Phi Omegas participate in many campus activities, the APO Milk Fund Drive being the most familiar to TWC students. l""P Vic Yarbrough Richard Overly Jerry Sullivan Ed Williams President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ' f','.,' , :,V- K . , - N .ww-5-.ff -- wt x N X , - Jr, ., r -C- . .-1, -. "Who says we haven'T got a Lodge?" A. , , X z Vx 5 . ,XE W- ,N 'f ,A X. ULFSF 9 A In if ,. il' f... . R. 3, - " ljikf 'wir ,fy L frllfili ,, V H '55, ,I 5:3 1 i v aggl.-4 - 'R' flgiwii' 49 . 'f Q, 'f-x"':x.'-'A T5 R- ., l ' in Aifff-se we yl W- M -:as 'f' '7ff',-7 iq, eff Tommy R. Cook A 52313 - A ,. E S 1.4- .i" sa' , Q,- X.,x v---'4 Bm Johnson Jack A- Capehan John Paddenburg MX 1" G 11 7' J r ,,. -'Z-' Led by President Vic Yar- brough and Vice-President Richard Overly, the APO's relax after climbing the hill to their "lodge" Kenneth Hunt William Worthington Paul Charles Maxwell ,fn AQ p 6 113 our"x H-mid' Ronald Harvey l55 4 -' fl' x-mil. X ..f5.,..:s '.-a Delta Sigma Pi -l":a- Ll RnldE.Goge - .1 ' 'S if 1 QM ' ' 3 53 Z" 33" "L ' W h 1 v T -'V .- L X Q:-A ' , Charles L. A t g Green 4105 Frank Hoy Charles Wakeen R- Millef David Bomback i D0U9la5 M- Conlan JF- Thomas Blum Doyle H. Gaither 01-19 .iggapppi ' .... . , 5' ' On campus since l95l, Gamma Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has been active in promoting the entrance of students into business and commerce. The fraternity is interested in affiliat- ing its members more closely with the business world by con- ducting various industrial tours through businesses in the El Paso Southwest, and by inviting professional speakers to its meeting. Although Delta Sigma Pi is primarily professional, the social aspects of fraternity life are an important part of its activities. The Rose of Delta Sigma Pi Ball is the climax to a year of varied social activities. ,,-usb i wp' .lim Jobs James S. Brooks Tom Baxter ei ,,, as Sagfvtgeizlggzon Marty Laurel Wnjrmxwv TEKES HONORED AT THE JUAREZ RACE TRACK Mi' Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded at lllinois Wesleyan University ,gif K 6 on January TO, 1899, as a new kind ot fraternity whose memloers would be chosen on personal merit. Today, Tau Kappa Epsilon has grown to be the largest international social fraternity in num- ber ot collegiate chapters. Gamma Gamma chapter has excelled in the Teke tradition. Tekes are honored at the Juarez Race Track with the "Tau Kappa Epsilon Special" Q cs- '. '-v-' 1, 'gi .-., XS' wx TT ' .-f- -9-Q FO ra 'vw i X 1- 1-. K tw . N- lx Doug Hunsicker Pete Haddeaux Mike Harper Kendall Milliken Dave'Hunsicker Doug Neal ,Q t0 5 -4- x ,H- X r ,-4 John Anderson Lewis Quick John Powers Joe Peevey Carrol Cathey Mike Rampy 4 ev. ' 'ge we . In .. Q ,, , A. wx ',,,-v K kk' , ----- fW 5,4 V- qs..-., 'Y 7 Terry Claggeh' Jeff Miller Eugene Bourque Joe Gomez Douglas Baird Skip Baca r R n 1-1-' '25,- v.,-V -.x Ronald Miller Pete Heinlein Bob Howard Jim Yockey Y led CNT DOD3llQl Anderson Ricliardl,McCloSAlgey T 'Q V L Bill 'Birdwell Sal Gerardo l59 A uv' 'Cf 6' r ... 4 - Wm 4 Q V. Col: Holderman rilrfzrcff .21 ' 1 "::.EL':r 1' 4 !T'.S"l!1 , .. f flsfi-'vi-ii -7. ,gurl J' -ZF 4 jx:-:fL".5?'r 42.1. Ralph Ligucri , r '?f A 2 - I . .DI ' A P, , :V V- QQ 5 Jim Clary 3' I ,- 1 Robert Nolley F 'N' if George Fowler Andy Chitwood fe- 'I wg .c ' Bob Wells P 1 Dale Gardner Art Karger Joe gmifh Tony Harris Y fb sl" '74 Mike Wieland Don Leveridge Kappa Sigma's Win ,nv Pat Wieland John Fealhers Joe Brown ,Q Intramural Sports Troph AYQ Kappa Sigma's and dates play Viking! gfrsx .JT Mike Wilson lfflligxe' A6 256 ' ,: v .0 Q fo, 'fl . I ' l' 5 5 Siaff Warner Y H N 559' r x. l ' William Armslrong Mike Hayes -10 if N- fbi is . Terry Gardner fl 6 I ...ai- I Dan Chitwood 'F Cary Reeves s 'S -' 'J ,i Troy Bates .I Q? i --o v it X? A r qui-g 3 9 Q 1' 1 Phil Irwin .wax ' 1 ff . 1- 'A 1 ' 1 gf' Pg f 1 It-1 ,' "xi e.- - fi .' James Fulcher Ned Butler Mark Dyer Pete Harmonson Ted Reid 1 . 'fs 0 ,T . , ,, r, T2 Q if , , ' 1 ' 'W 1 , , 1 Tom Dawson Paul Jamison David Brown Henry Frizzell Richard Osburn x 1 ' i :A 3. is Chris Knudsen Jack Winn Garry McGuire Ward Lynde Larry Patton Rushees and actives enjoy Epsilon Xi Chapter ot Kappa Sigma was founded on the Rush pany Texas Western College campus on September 12, 1949, and it has since found its place as a major organization in campus activities. Kappa Sigma has excelled in campus intramural sports and at present holds the All-Intramural Sports Trophy tor 1964-65. The activities range from the annual Christmas Party for orphans to the Black and White Ball. The fraternity also obtained the third highest scholastic standing tor a fraterni- y ty in the Spring Semester of 1965. 1 ,Q .fs gem Q, Q J' 'ras 3 2.2. .-as , ,pq Q -Q f ' ,- -L 'gr ,Exif 1 ,L ,S . 1 P Q.. K .X X Har as -vw IV .il E 1 1' af-V if Amir 1 is so I Jr A I .Li Jim Wyly Kenny Capshaw Kem-iefh Bgra Rick Williams Tom Blackwell James Taylor Charlie Kilgore .13 N' David Celani Eddie Shirley Bobby Salome Charles Bakofsky Dan Kithcart Frank Sloan Buster Barnes S l V I.. . V 1 -. K 4 , l 2 Q ' - '45 X- . C---. 'rl T " ' 'tj' -, T' ' if ' . . Sl t' Ig, , 'fill l . .. eifflf - ' 5 3 af A 4 .W . .,'g"g.'f Sf rg: S, Jn. y " 1 fgip' -x QQ,-:Ei V . 1 If ' P s al so ' fi '- A I 5.. ft! V 'rg 3 1, 1 ' .gf w Joe Sherwin Myer Lipson Berk Kalman Stephen Saltzman Vice President Recorder Treasurer Pledge Master Sigma Alpha Mu was founded in T909 at the City College of New York. It soon commanded respect for its emphasis on character, manhood, and brotherhood. Today its chapters are found on every important college campus. Beta Alpha chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu was chartered in April of 1962. Since that time, its men have established themselves and the chapter in campus life. Actively participating in in- tramural activities has not interfered with their emphasis on scholastic achievements. SAM has consistently led fraternities in this area and received national recognition as one of the top ten fraternities, composed of 3000 chapters. The many and varied socials proved an entertaining time for all, and the Sammies rounded out their activities with community proiects. This year the Beta Alpha chapter gave to the El Paso Boy's Club a television set, won second place on their Homecoming float, and sponsored a Miss 'INNC finalist. O -5x 7s- - M g t , I ma if ll if f -r .., 1 Y il Y f Zlifl X AA A Albert Nedow President a .sv QW :ff ' ll Samrnies at play QQ. .QCP William Payne Robert Kaplan P5 Larry Baskin David Forcheimer Jeffery Batt 43' - J? ...ff ...Z , ' l Nd f'? .J if Q A ... i Michael Epstein Jaime Eln5leln Maurice Heller Palfkk Quinn Henry de la Garza Jeffery Krantz Stephen Toohy Sammies work, too. The Trophies show if. ,Ex Nw W , 4 Q X 1' . x ' - -ry - fy, rf' ' 7, f I - l .' "ffl :fa N 1 ,.- , r, I Q ,f:XlIpf , l ' 1 .K L I , , ,!I:,'fYfL, ,ll -rf ' , ' M ' f 4 AQIA fx, Junior Crowson Mac Belk 1- ' J -J i - .2:,3.f5fi',:, ' Larry Langberg Tom Ingram . .,, , . , fi? - r '55 A l- Q . tv 3 A J, . '- , cf, S Q -, -.- Lg 5, ,-5. "gp 1 1 - 5 .--, '. -us ' -' .ALAI1 ' A -tif' 'ff' "7 1 A 'l David Jones Rick Ruggirello Beniamin Vanecek I 5-,-V. .0 J, " gill" ,-' g 2- " 'M f":g' r- by r I - J- FV- . -- . . 40 ,M '- 'aj J '-lcifi x ' "1" .,.i. , Walter Johnson Bob Peak Earle Waters gm 11 1' 'Ya 2L Alum e f i' K' nfs? G ,Vx K NN-r x' -- f-at - f . A J Q Af- A--. ms . . . ' ' 4 " ,N J - xggjfxg-,aP. Q, X. ' X -"' , . ,!," A-gs W.1NVs5:-'A '- xx-., -V9 . H' 'QXX Q, X ,L 341 .2 .. 'IX 1:2138 -ilk I 5. X X X fw Qbx. bw N 'ELA xi -'R X J. i , XXX ' usb i X ,sa X A I K l 3 , uf Y XB' Ig xi X Q.. NK ai Au x W . MV 0 - V . , ni - CDKT Harry Zimmer, David Holmes and friends awa-if rushies. 5 Q. - Q9 .5 of' Lee Porter 'i""? hi 1 rv fi 3 . -vi li . v ..--'5 ,PR ? xt. .r , 1 : X , -. v-.. l. f x Y QF x x J N. x 0 xx .gg w RY. -Q5-ze, ' x mfg: - Lehy.-Q.. -.I .xy N,m-- N fc .:,' Q X Dick Spiizer Wilmer Crews John Bridges Reginald Ruebush Mark Files Charles Myers W3 i sl ,,,.- -4' T--v' Ronald Johnson Barry wafers Don Hagans Johnny Smiih Phi Kappa Tao Featured as Co-Ed Kin Since Phi Kappa Tau was tounded on the Texas Western College campus, it has flourished in campus activities, and in the essence ot brotherhood. Phi Taus are known tor their back-yard swimming pool, and the parties centered around it. Lee Porter distinguished the chapter when elected Co-ed King. LJ J JJ' J J 0 .1 to J ' 'x mfs! J a X r gs as E-fi' N 'fe K Don Driscoll James Runkle Jimmy Wingate Rick Allgup Yi-err "" ' 'QQ .f xv "' T . s .. -- . '- 'TF , , , i 4 ' 1.. -rr js". , X . 3157 fa. ' f- rx - '-1,5 . -5 555 ' A RWE - ., :QQ Q P byxgf Tyrikgisgg, 1 " fi 'SQ' f , John Womack Howard Brokate Rusty Yafbm John Gardner was .pf Ray Walsh John Ingram Wade Boone Ronnie JOHNSON . l V Diane Zimmer, Marilyn Carother, and Charlene Lindsey greet rushies at Phi Kappa Tau Rush Party. 4. K , ,, 1.1 .J pl-'Q .' If , t f e , 3. 'K -- .... X ' fl. V ' Xb ,oe F51- H3 sp -is -, ,sr ici, sa - ,, ' 57 A. 925'- W2 lift "4:"f:i?" -'fr .. , 5, f My 1: .--5 lo. 'S .Q wig, P- K rg' xl -531:-X . Ig? 3: X - -R -ii'-' ul: .a -,,'. : .. J . gg N '. ' 4:2 -.: ...QS-.L J ":- wiv? Walter Zimmer Joe Hendrus Gary Hopper , X 1-v Johnny Carpenter Bob Whitlock Johnny Rucker li Terry Osborne l l David Hayes Jerry Rose -f' -ff1""' .- . 1- "' L., s5,,.q-, :Y... , if '-:r,':. f --: , f' "' 1' 'S' .f,::1l:..jf !r"",J,.M--H i.g.-r' pa l i l ZAE is 3 Robert Murphy Gary Lyons Tony Alexander Mike Boyd Stephen Taxson Richard Eason 00 0 s Q... - - - - o rl im th in ECS-3? .-'Qs ininn. 4:-1 1 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity was founded at the ' ' ll' l ll' ' University of Alabama on March 9, l856. Texas Gam- ' Q C23 1 ' M lg ma Chapter of SAE was chartered at TWC on November s 'W' Q .I 0 , l . I Q 'E A in 9, 1947. It quickly assumed a leading role on the cam- lc, J pus and today continues to exemplify the ideals of X . Q BD -T5 H W V brotherhood and leadership. The chapter is very active 251, 9 5 in intramural sports and campus activities. In the spring, B 1 Q Q 9 I . . the SAE's sponsor the SAE Olympics, which is a sport- i ' for the sororities. +5 Q 9 G ing event X Q 4 f Elllfm W .r-'WGYW A. ,QW AA A ' i ?.! Barry Strauss lx ,af Torn Harden , ' 1 S. Henry Daves v-ff Dan Sgmmefs Alan .leffcdat Hank Reinhart Jerome Morris Glenn Draper Paul Dudley Robert Jaynes -r T7 Craig Hughes '2- V3 William Hotren John Stephenson -H- Donalcl Hill TCW' Paul Sammy Abclon Ernest Parrish ,1- William Burnhell Bill Barnhouse Dennis Neessen Sam Rennick Tim Boyd SAE Ol pics, Spring Sma h on Campu Thomas Hughes 'fv- Larry Whitley Mike McAllister -14 John Neland Terry Gilley 4,-I Frank Parrish Robert Champney Y 3 . ,Rs-. .- Bud Seitz Michael Monro - .-v .'-sM,,.r'-'ti-:mf bf' 'T Little Sisters of Minerva Little Sisters of Minerva of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity is composed of Texas Western College co-eds elected by members of the fraternity to honor them for their aid and devotion in facilitating the fraternity in its activities. This group of girls not only aid the fraternity in Rush, but hold meetings of their own, and work with the frater- nity in achieving its goals. Linda Shaffer 1' NA' """7 Barbara Mlchell Sandfa FV-'?"'ClW Kaliko Hutchins Kathleene Kernan Barbara Stone t m 'QQ v . ,,--gt 3 , I I f I .. , ' . i fl 1 Q ' fi? K 1 ' f - " .gl I J 4 .'E.rrr'f,q- E22---1 len Coffin P S 'y ' ' Bm el 2 Aria McMurtrie Sandy Murray Patty Parker l 68 Crescents Crescents, the auxiliary of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, is composed of Women who are friends of the fraternity or dropped, pinned or engaged to members of Lambda Chi Alpha. Although Crescents is an auxiliary of the fraterni- ty, the girls have meetings of their ovvn and elect officers once a year. Helping the fraternity with rush is only one of the many functions in which Crescents participate. Martha Toney President C' Barbara Burna Vice-President Iw- 3 Gcorganne Fiegel Secretary 7 VI! 85111.13 Crescents participate in the Homecoming Parade, Katy Robbs Elizabeth Shurley Liz Netcher Susan Guthrie Carol Triplett Linda Wingo 48 'E 1 bfx .,...,-ar -,Z ,f 'QHTTEET-Ew7iT6xS'Fg X , z M QS .LX xxxk it if l ,L V Q i 7 7 52? f2 cjwffi ii' 57"-Q F, 'lxfm ,-4.s,- fffh' pai' 3 Q.. X 1 .,' V N. I Q 'll' -- N we 4941- 5 T' '.'f"i -4 f'1. v -' ' wfvli' -t it " 1- QJJ,Q, i yr, N X , ,J g ., - . A 'dll Zigi.-J 7 .Ji I: Hr 1' X -Y N l 0 , if " g l ,Jr , 1 1- -gs., - -. .'T"'5E sf pq- F' 5 x. NS WR 4 ry ' m 'X .Q 1 Mike Denning Bob Crawford President Tfeawfef Lambda Chi ...Q '19 Phil Gorsie George McKenzie Bruce Nickle Pifualisf Rush Chairman Pledge Trainer lpha Zeta Epsilon chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, founded at Texas Western Col- lege in 1946, has always possessed a great sense of brotherhood and fraternal- ism. Since its founding, Lambda Chi Al- pha has strived for scholarship qualities along with the social aspects necessary for true fraternal life. Lambda Chi Al- pha, nationally, is the third largest fra- ternity to, and is the largest international fraternity today. The growth of the fra- ternity is exemplified through the true quality of men vvho believe in its tradi- tions and its goals. Zeta Epsilon is es- pecially proud of its record and its men which have graduated from Texas Wes- tern College. X , . i I as f-. v- Leroy Bates r D J f Ji ff!! X George Cooper Carl J. Woodrich Gary Thompson Tom Matthews John A. Hollowell John T. English Charles L. Smith Mike Spence Seldon Parmalee Michael P. Carrasco Lee Shannon Trevithick Willard Jones William Lovelady Fred Barber id? 5? Robert Schmidt Gregory Butler David McCoy 1 James Givens Randy Mclver Russell Cole V Q fm. : G 9' 1 r 'i-fl' '-Ts. 44? F N Q' si ISI' 'rj' 7? R EQ?-llpi 'Q-, , - l' fvfkv. --f,GiM'i i - . A X y r SEXY J QA , +1533 . .- N ba.. ' - 252 " Y Ry? fi- l -les ff. 4 -:-wifi: --Y 4. , . l ' ' , , :r- mis-.r st ' ' .ii is Joel H. Fields Sal J. Borzi X x Rick Fiegel Jack Kimble A - 1 P... i 3 1 I S 1 J M., .-fr-wwf' L s K 1 J 1. Q .-in 1 N- '..D xx -E 's ps .3 Pf- wa -Esww-1 W A Qu " CN 'HQ A, .sv Basom Pam HOf'fman,' Carol Dyer Judith John Katherine Neece Jeannie Todaro Pfesidg-nr Vice-Pres. Secretary IAWS Contact " , K i R19 Betsy Johnston The organization of Associated Women Stu- dents, which has been at TWC since 1960, is a Tull member of the lnter-Collegiate Associated Women Students, Tounded in 1913, The purpose of AWS is To develop an edu- cated woman vvho is aware oT the changing world around her in The social, political, intel- lectual and international spheres. Each year AWS is engaged in tive maior ac- Tivities: Freshman Orientation-They sponsor The Big- Little Sister Program and present a fashion show. Co-Ed Ball-This is a "girl ask boy" Christ- mas Holiday Dance. Elections-AWS is responsible Tor holding elections Tor Class Favorites, All TWC Woman, Homecoming Queen, and Sun Princess. Women's Honors Night-ln The spring The outstanding women on campus and Outstand- ing Faculty Woman are recognized. Sherrie Williams, Judy John, and Linda Dean plan the Big-Little Sister Program. Karen Jones votes Tor class favorites as Lydia Vargas and Martha Miles, election officials, look on. 1- if C' F ' 5 - K 'V r 9 f vxgiq . ' 4'i',,- 5 4. Tis 1 Aff'-T Karen Jones Beatrice Martinez Martha Miles Beverly Norain Betsy Johnston and Sandra Basom dis- cuss the Miner Miss booklet put out every year by AWS. ,47 ti W 'S PEQQY SSXYOH Leticia Vargas Lydia Vargas J I x 3 r 6' 1' ,. .. ' J , . " . . 5 'I 'D .4 J .. Y 4 ,? v 7 N Lf :1 V X li 1 JI. l X e Ka"ef'.-10065 PEQQY SSXTON Susan Kalmans Daisie Sykes Maria Acevedo Rose Breeman Cecilia Cosca PI'eSldeHf VICE-PICS. Secfgfgfy Treasurer .",zx',,N, h I, Q fu, DH Q 4. .4 , V, ' 'A ' f J '55 - f 1' x 'e' of X X Cabell Cotton Chimes is the junior women's honorary service organiza- tion on campus. Chimes' goal is participation in tour areas: academic, service to school, service to the community, and social. Its motto is "Happy in Service." Some ot the activities in which Chimes members have participated in this year include homecoming, changing the marquee in front ot the SUB, a Halloween party for the children at Providence Memorial Hospital, selling decorated cowbells, "adopting" a family for a month, and helping at the El Paso Centennial Museum on campus. Debby Dennehy Judy Duncan Carol Dyer T x Q g 7, Z, k QQ., Il ? ,-J X X' - . si' a ' K- -' Ar ,oi f Beatriz Garcia ' Judith John Kay Mathews Sally Miller ' A :L-s, A vm Q fa GL 9' I N ,A .BL u' 4, 1' R -v. 'DY X 3 ' ,. c -P3 . , . ,Q-' Y. 4' .X 'Hhs ..0- J' 1 ' f as , ix: , is Rosalyn Morton Nancy Patterson Lola Riley Jeannie Todaro Lois Vannerson Karen Williams JoAnne Wintermute , ,I 4 L 'f"""A K 4' I T ' A' - it N 'Z Patricia Abdou Sandra Bascm Ginny Better x 'F " 1 'Nl NJ h., " li r , , N l x IJ, Janet Gardner Vicky Haas MGVY Carol Hllcllens Spurs serve at Sun Bowl bean feed. as ' ' Q ti Deana Mcflauslin gfjf fi -L Linda Sue Perkins 41 t Q: '-T5 ,. ef N, , 7 xv ff X .J r ,M X x , . BGYYY M5l1f00d Yolanda Martinez Z T A Donna Petty wi Lincta Rascon I 0 T I ,l if 3 Y f 'H ' , xc! U Karen Colley Peggy Egglg-gon Socorro Escobar Mary Everett tlfix X Betsy Johnson Susan Johnson Donna Knotts Spurs is a national service honorary for sophomore women whose purpose is to promote school spirit, to support all activities in which the student body participates, to foster among the wom- en of the college a spirit of loyalty and helpfulness, and to up- hold the traditions of the college. The only chapter in Texas, the Texas Western Spurs were initiated in 1959 and since then have participated wholehearted- ly in campus activities. In October the Spurs traveled to Albu- querque, New Mexico for the Regional Convention which proved to be very profitable. Traditional activities include babysitting at football games, ushering at school sponsored programs, and serving at lunches and teas. Qualifications for membership are a 2.5 average, dependa- bility, honor, and a desire to serve their school unselfishly. A. H' . .21-'gym I' lf, Sue Moore Sylvia Palafox if Moss Marcia Salcedo June Templeton Brenda Tidwell Jan Zeretzke nf- ii A '-rx 1-' I L L. 1 S4 up as L L A Beatrice Martinez Peggy Eggleston Kathy Hoffman Joyce Golden Donna Hoover President Secretary Treasurer vii .gig 1511 . i g Donna Hoover and Joyce Golding accept donations from Elizabeth Solla and Craig Dahl during the Alpha Lambda Delta sweater drive. , p E 4 V x, r .4'1i Q ca n XX i Donna Hoover, Bea Martinez, and Joyce Golding prepare for initiation of new members. The purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to promote in- telligent living with an increased appreciation of both the love of study and the cultural phases of campus life, and also to encourage superior scholarship among fresh- man women. Alpha Lambda Delta seeks to awaken in freshman women a realization that each individual is solely responsible for her own achievement, which with earnest endeavor she may build each year upon her freshman foundation. Alpha Lambda Delta was established at Texas Western College in l959. lt is open to all women who achieve a 3.5 or better grade average in their freshman year. The major activities consist of orientation for fresh- men, a sweater donation, Christmas gifts to hospitalized children, a faculty luncheon and the sponsoring of Women's Honor Night in the spring. l A 9- e TT: A nr 5 52,5 . -' Ti. ,. ' ' 7 'lg'-'Y' "-" v ,, 1 T 5' lilf. " - L fi 'TEN Q . . .. - Las. ....-1 QE , - L 54' Donna Hoover, Joyce Golding and Bea Martinez type invitations to the annual faculty luncheon. ...H Q f C? ,X 'R' H J A H li l J i- il l lk' ' .an T Linda Leonard Joanne Mudd Patricia Orndorff Sondra Stroope Anne Walsh 177 xy' XYIQSLIQY FOLX l3A'l'lON -13' '53 'T " -7, ' ' iw, ,-i--L-'F 'lf x H Q f 1 3 ' it f wii"r"'g I-ff-f ifff '- Q, .fL,,,g ij L l 'C f ' Z iff.. ,-ji... ' ' a live: - V. T .- get-ref r s 1 Members relax in a typical manner: playing cards. ..... Mr. Harold Slusher speaks on evolution before Wesley members. The Wesley Foundation was started at TTNC in October of 1956. Then, in 1959, the building at T825 Hawthorne was completed. The director is the Rev. W. E. Knickerbocker. Here at Wesley, students can find friends and a place to study or iust relax. They can take part in the Tuesday night supper and programs and other activities such as morning watch, parties and service projects. Each week Wesley sponsors a dinner before their Wesley members sing around the piano. program' Bell H II The officers of the Bell Hall Dorm Council are Mary Ann Tankersley, Karen Williams, Carol Anne Robinson, and Cookie Gulick. Bell Hall was constructed inthe early 40's as the second women's dormitory at Texas Western College. ers, Mrs. Cecile Waller and Mrs. Marion 'Taffy Willey. The Dorm is legislated by a dormi- C if . . 3 + ,T .1 -if 'Mfg-". tory council composed of four officers and I UT-sk-N f1Q.'x.f'V as-sg 5 4-T 2 i "'-'fa' various chairmen and floor representatives. The Council formulates policy, executes it, c fc:-J? . l , Q, . 1' 'lv '. -4' "fl""s'l4:'.'+Ps'4'i' - ,Q fig. tions. 1,'g-f',s,.v1 1 1 "wi R Bell Hall's annual proiects include partici- pation in the United Fund drive and hold- ing an Open House each year at Christmas. Dorm members appear bright-eyed at their regular il p.m. meeting. :gf fat E ir. if Cookie Gulick signs out as Barbara Michelle and Michelle Hill take care of the desk. lt consists of 98 girls and two dorm moth- and acts as a disciplinary board for infrac- f- N-f---vq,A,11-c' '1- jaii gent E 3' III Q i ll . X , 'H 1 : ' .fl ' l 5 T . l i I The officers of Psi Chi National Honor Society are Betty Einstein, John De Fee, Sandy Garcia, and Dan Stoup. ' "W ' ""Tf .V-s .. 4 ' ' .94 -.vii Q. Kelly Collins entertains at a Psi Chi Social gathering. Psi Chi is the national honor society in psycholo- gy. ln the 35 years since its founding, it has es- tablished chapters in l86 colleges and universities of recognized and accredited standing in 46 states. Psi Chi serves two maior goals. The first of these is the Society's obligation to provide academic pres- tige to its initiates by the mere fact of membership. The second is the obligation of each of the Society's local chapters to nurture the spark of that ability by offering a climate congenial to its creative develop- ment. Programs designed to augment and enhance the regular curriculum are arranged and carried out entirely by Psi Chi students. Having initiated 29 new members this year, our chapter now numbers 40, thus making Psi Chi the largest it has ever been at Texas Western College. Dr. Guido Barrientos is the faculty advisor. 'V ls 0- r K .X ,, The Sociology Club was organized on The TVVC campus Ocfober 27, l965. The obiecT of The Sociology Club is To acquainT The students wirh The field of sociology and iTs vocational opportuni- Ties and To seek professional orienra- Tion To The discipline of sociology. The club's consTiTuTion was drafted by Jaime De La Torre and raTiTied by The club November TO, 1965. Faculty advisors are Dr. E. R. Stoddard and Dr. Julius Roebuck. in-NJ sl 'Nm 1-4' '-4-" Sociology Club Officers are PaTsy ,- Telles, vice-president, Mike Casil- las, president, Joney Wintermute, sec.-Treas. "i - Seated Front Row: Dr. Julius Roebuck, Patsy Telles, Joney Wintermute, Dr. Clark Knowlton, Dr. E. R. Stoddar, Dr. Fabio Dasilva. Standing Second Row: Edgar Hinton, Albert Lopez, Karen Ernst, Mike A. Casillas, Sandy Robinson, Hope Hitchens, Terry Dolan, Claire Ann Orr. Last Row: Kenneth Thompson, Jaime De La Torre, Darrell Hiett, Mike Gunning, Carleton Whitte, Nathaniel Willis, Jan Dunlap. I8l L. l i l l 'gr' 'fy ur 5' l Baptist Student Union i i Executive Council members are Kbottomj Gloria Rodriquez, Gary l-lartwig, Jacquelin Harris, Ksecond rowj Nick Cobos, Sandra Stroope, Diane McAdams, Ellen Hamilton, Peggy Eggleston, fbackj Hollie Adkinson, director, Larry Nelson, Joe Stephens, pastor advisor, Mike Dickson, and Tony Blake, s... , M r' 'H , fflf 1' A-+21 'Q' N ii' ., .V itffxiodxx l -.-5 -: -a ,,. 'F ,':L-n "Where students meet and experience friend ship in depth." Students get away from it all on a BSU trip such as this retreat to Cloudcroft. -ru U A .,'.3,.i1 ., - - f' f ' ' tru l E -f 5:1 fit". 'ii -f, --57,1 -- "". it ...- I l l i l i Baptist Student Center A5 l I82 BSU students do mission workin Juarez. Inter-Faith Coun il sn.. ,, Q 1 ii ii 7-ii if ab F! as as .i li in il ll ll u 5 Inter-Faith Council members include Kbotromj Nancy Wilkes, Caritebury Club, Bobbie Riley, Baptist Student Union, Mrs. Emily Vowell, sponsor, Bonnie Lankford LDS Deseret, and Mary Ann Tankersley, Wesley, Itopj Bob Morse, Christian Science, Rev. W. E. Knickerbocker, Wesley director, Bill Harney, Newman Club Jaime Enistein, Hillel, and Rev. R. G. Snedeker, UCCF director. The Inter-Faith Council is a coordinating group for ,all campus religious organizations. Each organization is eligible to send two representatives, the president and one elected member. The purpose of the Council is to correlate activities and to foster a closer understanding between members of the various religious groups. The principle activity of the Council is sponsoring Re- ligious Emphasis Week at TWC. This includes panel dis- cussions, choir performances, speakers, movies and a tea for wives of faculty members and women faculty mem- bers. Other activities during the year include a favorite professor dinner to which students invite their favorite teacher, and sponsoring speakers and panel discussions. ig t:i'ii'i . TT 'j':s'r, T- ft Fi H Q E Officers are Bonnie Lankford, president, Jaime Einstein, vice president, and Mary Ann Tankersley, secretary. -s T'-': QQ ir' ' " niiifflil lf iaar . if .. ., , .. g i f'QiE5Q::ke,aigji'ry5,iAifjQ fr I ,. rf, 'I I. , ti -- ' . ' ix R ,, .i , I , EQ: I Y , lfiggg n , 'g.',i T Q ' 'H Q1-gs 1 15. ' ' ' Ella? QQ I 1 if V3 D I-I ' pulp' ' ,df Q .. I J ' -5'- H-.fi ' I ' I I WH I I. y X is , I , r I 3, - - I ,. x ' - I NJ.. Q.:- . .azflitx ' is 5 'yi Mn A ' f""' I I If A at W I , v it 'R ' I' i 22 I X I 5. vi x in ,A All . I 1 as y p' E 1 I ,L ' I 'N .'l 'I 1. - 1 r - , -I if 1- - I sf 1, 1 'J' V I ,g fr? an sql! ,Z I ' ry '-1 N 1 J Er ' 'A ' -S7 32' E I -nl' it A M3"'ifJl I :T f .R , xi., 1 ' k , Q, X if - I Hillel actives during one ot the semi-monthly meetings. I gf' ff , I' X I I s"'I'f"1i' so A-eps-'ll W 2 I JI frog ig' E Q M T Q - f 't I at I J o ' 1 I E L T- Hillel is the Jewish cultural, religious, and social or- Hme! board members are Hmmm, Sm Zdnowskil Linda ganization on campus. lt is an international college or- Savan, Jo Ellen Peil, and Rosanne Blaugrund. Hopi Mike Epstein, Jaime Einstein, Allan Baker, and Allan Mendel. f'N '5 ' w 'J Tl ,lc T I Advisory members are Cboitomj Dr. James Sabal, Goldberg, and Marvin Roth. Hopi Ralph Segalman, Baker, and Bob Brown. I84 .,' - Marvin Allan ganization with chapters all over the United States, Can- ada, Israel, Australia, and the Union of South Africa. This year was a year of change for Hillel. A constitu- tion was written and ratified and many new committees were formed. The first Hillel newsletter was published. In February, Hillel members traveled to Tucson for the annual Sub-Regional Hillel Institute. Last year, Hillel sent Allan Baker, president, to the International Hillel Summer Institute in Pennsylvania. Hillel is sponsored by B'nai B'rith, the largest Jewish Men's Service Organization in the world. Barbara Bendalin Karen Ann Boozer Jackie Border Marie Casillas Bertha Einstein Nancy Ekdall Beatriz Garcia Jackie Goins Gloria Greve Beverly Roach Sandra Hayes Amy Jones Sandi Kahn Barbara Licht Farris Dean McKay Trini Mendoza Barbara Michell Donna Nowell Patricia Orndorff Pat Peterson Lola Riley Carol Anne Robinson Helen Ann Shanley Karen Ward Wanda Weiman .will ,. '. 1 'T I w Helen Ann Barbara Karen Pat Beverly Kay Shanley Licht Ward Peterson Roach Chenrizig is the Senior VVomen's Honorary Society and vvas established at Texas Western College in 1952 to recognize those women who have attained achievement in the fields of Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. Girls chosen for membership must have maintained a 3.0 overall grade average. One of Chenrizig's main proiects is the sale of mums before each home football game. The society also participates in VVomen's Honors Night and helps sponsor All-TWC Honors Night and the Four-point Luncheon. Chenrizig has set as its ultimate goal affiliation vvith Mortar Board, the well-known national senior vvomen's honorary. An application for mem- bership is novv on file vvith the national office. OFFICERS: President-Karen Ward Vice Pres.fPat Peterson Secretary-Helen Ann Shanley Treasurer-Barbara Licht Historian-Jackie Border Mum Sales Chairman-Barbara Michell 4-jr 1 ,Nuff sw 2 .E Selling Mums before a game. 5 J w- Patricia Barbara Sandi Barbara Carol Anne Capehart Bendalin Kahn Michell RObiI'1SOn F85 Jerry Beard in The confrol room regulares The quality of picfures on Tape. T Members are fborfoml Dallas Lindsay, Laura Baldwin, and Carol Liberafo. Hopi Mark l-luiman, Richard VVeaTherall, Jerry Beard and John O'Neill. Alpha Epsilon Rho Alpha Epsilon Rho, The Nafional Hon- orary Radio and Television FraTerniTy, was founded in T945 wiTh The TWC chapTer charTered in 1948. The goal of Alpha Epsilon Rho is To increase The inTeresT and knowledge of members in The radio-Television profes- sion and To recognize ouTsTanding achievemenT in This field. Each year a TWC delegafe aTTends The annual Alpha Epsilon Rho convenTion. AT This convenfion, members hear lec- Tures, by naTionally known radio and Television personalifies and also are broughf up To date on The laTesT broad- casfing equipment Members sold aerial sfreamers dur- ing The fooTball season. Members ofTen Take field Trips To local radio and Televi- sion sTaTions. 'N Laura Baldwin works in The KVOF Control iggm, I86 Richard Weafherall announces over KVOF radio. Literary Society ,i K ,....-' The Literary Society was started in i957 by Mrs. Joan Quarm ot the English Department. The principal reason it was started was because there was never enough time in class to discuss many things that the students wished to discuss. Through the years there have been a large number of speakers from the campus and from the El Paso area. The Literary Society is maintained tor the purpose ot stimulating an in- terest in literature, and of providing an opportunity for people with a mutu- al interest to meet. Meetings are twice monthly on alternating Fridays. ., i"""fN'F 1 5-signs IEW! K fm s so N' c TS s T- .er-assi. ' E ' s' Q ,, L 'l'-'l':.3 ' . N' 2 if ,fry ' -E -. .. - A .L ,QS8z 1-f A Y 'H ,gamma si is 1 l l l ll in ' l 0, '. 0 1 Literary Society officers lat leffj are Yolanda Pickard, secretaryftreasurer, Roy Merchant, president, and Sharlene Fowler, vice-president. J F-. 'I T11 ,fer W fs..-.. ' l .L Brad Witt, Brad Harlow, Fred Wilson, and Charlie Wilson of the Drama ljepartment presented an old English farce for the Society's Christmas program. Concert Readers which performed at the Literary Society program included fat leftj front: Sally Martin, Belinda Arellano, Sharon O'Neal, Rebecca Smith, middle: Richard La Pine, Henry Gallegos, Bonnie Landsman, Virginia Kyle, Julia McGill, back: George Powers, Larry Rodgers, Ann Spady, and Laurie Martin. I87 an 1 ' 'f r rf ' l a il ,C as l Rosalyn J Linda Pat Pam Darlene Mrtzre Jams Becky ,ronon 5,-nm-, Thomas Reaves Baker Frerro Norton Escalante Lupe Elaine Nancy Gloria Lola Candy Carmen Carmen Contreras Haggan Lehr Contreras Boruff Marius Rico Reyes Yolanda Florence Charlene Cathy Patricia Cecr Sharon Jann Valencia Cohn Brown lnmon Lopez Sanchez Wosuka Edwards ue Linda Linda Andree Caroli Mary Sherre Margie Sh ffell Luian Jones Heinlein Valencia Lulan Rutherford Malone Golddiggers Goldcliggers is a vvornen's marching unit which performs during all TWC home football games as part of the Marching Cavalcacle. Golcldiggers usually march in local parades, and in the past have traveled to Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Tucson and have appeared on na- tional television. They also often perform at out of town football games. Women are chosen on the loasis of poise and ability. Mar' Golddiggers Homecoming float Symphonic Band Director: Harold I.. Hillyer Concert Orchestra Director: Abraham Chavez, Jr. f 1 I f x I , Qs. Saralyn Cameron ,r ,. ,Y K l 1 L , Y' Nancy Hairston 'F-49 l,nrv Johnson ll LS? i Q i N Antoinette Nlora iff?" I Lois Carbaial F , cf' , - tm., . Dolores Jenkins ' Is , .af Wie .J , 'QQ' ,Nga ,C 0. . 1' 'fv- Linda Miller Becky Newman ,1 r ,Av ff A J, F i. " liz Lucille Gillis Joyce Goldin Martha Hernandez O Tau Beta Sigma is a national honorary band sorority for college women who have a 2.0 grade average, who participate in band, and who possess the leadership and musi- cianship required. Tau Beta Sigma has as its purpose the stim- ulation ot campus leadership and the promo- tion of respect through the college band, ton vvomanly conduct, good taste, and unsvverv- ing loyalty. 4 f " , . ,YUM l f' f.. , I". AIXX1, .K . 'Q in N 1 W ' . f r- 1 , Q' lx' W-'ff' ' - ""if:"'r U 7, ,f'r"5i'l2'l F 'Q Y W" A f, Jeannie Rhoades Linda Schrock Betty Tanzy Marching Cavalcade 4' fi -E- -il Pflx Majorettes X ee N'ANAQ" 5 I X :silty X x X I lb Q 'uh -4 ,sf ef KV, 'ff 4,271 - xk-. :. A. M., Margarei George Feature Dancer .0 3 QW -,K . kv Jan Zeretzke I-YW" J0hI1S0I'l 5 ' 'ls Y .' 5' 1 : Q t? .:.' J' 3: , S f eff if 2 6 ff j 5 , X 41 lg 3 S' fi , l ' a hi 'V' Y- Y AK - e X - J wwf - ,Q V ..' 'J ...,.s-1 31, L gm- v,:, 'ff-ix -. 11 ., . Q., ,l5,L-,,lm"yf.x"', ,N F. ,..1 49,4 Jeannie Rhoades Becky Newman Maude Gillis IQ, ll. r i r .vc 1 il Jean Darcy ,Y m , Ny a- 0-f, Loretta Perez 2 Yolanda Rodrigues P , Q x fr 5 -.4 "' S Karen Falwell '-cv Sanclra Hayes l92 .gc 'Srl' Lyn Marezko "7"? Phrateres homecoming float 1 Lillian Boadella .f"' '49 1 RVN " 5, - gli b, N '06 1 x 5 . , 1" - if ' I' Y I, I u Y W Maria Rodrigues Nancy Patterson Martha Robles Martha Jiron A f , xx s Jo Anne Wgmefmuge Rosalyn Mono,-, Bertha Guaderrana Maria Aceveclo N Wi- ' X ,A c 1 I ' 5 A w XX i Q 6 1 x I A P 'ii' 'L f CI is , 'i .i ' - f' .Jr wr . Q f 7 H.-ff' T27 P 'VJ li - -Nfl Wanda Weiman Nancy Lehr Linda Rios Patricia McGuinness Phraferes lnternafional is a clemocrafic Non-Greek service proiecf. Sigma Phi chapfer has several service projects, including inte-rnafional service proiecfs. The campus service is fha? of Tying orange and while sfreamers on The cars laefore every football game. Phraferes also usher at various campus evenls. Ar Thanksgiving and Christmas, The girls of Phrateres provide a needy family with food, and af Easfer They buy a needy family clofhing. fri ..L,g. ,ia College Players members are fbottoml Max Shaw, president, fsecond fowl Al Hanson, Johnny Flores, Bob Lyon, Fred Thompson, Felipe Adame, Bernie Rosenblum, Krhird rowl Mimi Eytcheson, Carol Ann Penaska, Carol Weinlourg, Noel Miller, Jeanne Egbert, Sharon O'Neal, E. W. Gourd, sponsor, Laura Baldwin, Marge Bruder, Virginia Hart and Carol Liberato. College Players College Players is the student drama organization on campus. It is open not only to drama maiors, but also to all other interested students. lt functions as the producing agent tor departmental pro- ductions and also helps with other college activities such as the Variety Show. College Players has an apprenticeship program through which perspective members must go. lt includes participa- tion in two maior productions, and is designed to give the student knowledge ot all areas ot theatre practices. College Players is not directly related to any drama courses Q offered by the college. i il r Larry Dean and Linda Ellis were two leads in the tall production "Brigadoon." -- ,Ag 1' - , v. '7 1 Carmen Benavicle: " 4 1 f . ' x .ilfvjg , ,kv K ef' ' Rosalyn J. Morton 'Z -J? Cecilia Provencio fix -'Y 19. F". Cathy Suaydi I94 .1 3, "1 nqk ,tr I f' 'J 1 J, lp' E Q Tresa Coghian 4 -N. qi 'fi .. Becky Phipps 5 rv' If ""l' G Patricia Stapleton I P Lv- Z I 1 Cecilia Duarte Anna Duenas Orchesis is the modern dance club on cam- pus. lts aim is to provide further opportunity for dance beyond the regularly scheduled modern dance class offered at TWC. Each semester Orchesis conducts a master workshop to which the local high school modern dancers are invited. Orchesis mem- bers also try to go to one grade school a semester to conduct a workshop. After the weekly meetings, the members work on new dance techniques. Membership in the organization is open to all women students interested in modern dance. Tryouts are held each semester for perspective members. Judy Sweat sf- --V June Templeton Billie Kay Wilson Mary Ellen Lulan BOARD MEETING Seated Left to Right: Tom Webb, Joe Mays, Donna Knotts, Ray Coe, Wynn Anderson. Standing Left to Right: Karen Kimball, Brenda Simpson, Joe Stewart, Wheat Bailey, Nancy Patterson, Sylvia Rojas. The SA.B. was originated in February ot T963 as a programming unit ot the Student Association. It has since grown to become a self governing body which provides the col- lege tamily with supplemental material to round out their education. There are six committees which plan the Student Activities ot the year: Dance, Forum, Fine Arts, Spirit, Publicity, and Special Events. Intramurals Coun il The Intramurals Activities Program at TWC encourages all students to participate in its various activities. lts main purpose is to create a spirit ot competition between students who are not proficient enough to compete in varsity sports but can be encouraged through this program to utilize the abilities they do have. Therefore, the program con- siders not the athletically minded person alone, but also the interest and involvement ot all the students. l 'X A Council members from left to right are XS Don Stavlo, Larry Baskin, Martha Jiron, Leticia Vargas, Steve Putnicki, and Jim Wingate. Standing is Joe Stewart, director. l95 1 sv--lf American Chemical Society i - i 'I I . 'G i ' liarisiglf- T ll The Texas Western College chapter of Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society was founded on OT b 7 l91l9 l ' ' ' ' co er , . ts membership consists of undergraduate and graduate students maioring in the field of Chemistry or Chemical Engineering. SAACS provides an opportunity to develop professional spirit and pride in the profession a chance to develo f P leadership, training in organization of meetings, presenting of scientific reports, service to the chemical profession, and an t ' f - ' ' ' ' oppor unity or a career building contacts with members of the chemical profession and an opportunity to build life-long associations with scientific and professional societies. The student chapter of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers is a professional organization promoting interest in, and knowledge of the earth sciences. The student chapter and the professional chapter in El Paso work closely together. ln April of each year, the student and pro- fessional chapters hold a ioint meeting on the TWC campus. The big social events of the year for AIME members is the S l' ' ' ' upp iers Party of the international Mining Days Convention, the Christmas Party, and the Spring Party of the professional chapter. I96 Electrical Engineerin After planning for Engineering Open House, the Electrical Engineers take time out to pose for their Flowsheet Picture. Officers are. Gerald L. Krupp, presiclentg Jerry Beard, vice-president, John K. Frei, secretary. Robert L. Heinriclws, treasurer. Sponsor is Michael Austin. Geology Club members pose after a regular business meeting. -Q-,-..aiii , V -r-""' , -4-4 1'-J -,..i """' .4.gnn-1-'J-Ar-1T:f.,,:,,un-c-1 1"'ff ff "" C3 AH fi i Geology Club I97 1-..- :"- ...-fu, --1-.R I DA ,A- .513 ly ,, ' 1 ".. A' ..., 1 . . . . 1-.N ..:, '- ' 1-. wr 2' -LA S ':, :Q 1 X - ...','1 -r.,1. 1..., xxx--rl X 1 1 1 1 1.: 1 - if' ,1 ' f"1'1' N. -1 1 12. 1, - .1 ' , I1 ' 1 ' .,'. 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Q.. ifff 1 23' Our Girl Friday-Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday, Tool 202 Faculty Advisor Max Marshall relaxes at his home after a Flowsheef meeting. "No, Albert, you're supposed to shoot Military Editor Ron Watson gets caught "moohlightihg" tor the Prospector. X 4 i -if' .sm , e. -""'i' . "Right now, l'd sign anything!" Z- on ....l J still shots." ,1 A ,L 123' 24, ix-ini: J'- mp fx., . . .- ,,1,.... , .N 1: ff, ., -r, ,,,, I P I ,v , I' .. I H A t ,- -J DY - i ' ' wif' V t ,ve s , x me A. Wcwf si., Q 6 -Sir' l fs , , 1 g Il K ,L vrkx - Atypical statt meeting. 203 Q wk . 'q - A .Yun X .,,, 5 -F ' 'L ' Q 'V frm .V .1 i . I A- Q A rf? - "'.. ' ff1f ii I Editor Jeannie Todaro prepares make-up dummies for an issue. Q gif i 2 l P Y ,X 5-N 'J'-45 .rg Levin Lee and John Richards prepare copy for the next issue of The Prospector. 204 Abel Alclaz works with the type rack at the print shop , ' N . V I , , Y, N f. A , 1, ,fig :Q QQNSSQN qi. if ' x Prospector Staff LSZM 1 I, K f f 1 ' A: I . Qfs I, X ' I X AN. w. 3' ' pjgcu .- --.A Pm' -1.-1... --.. - l. 1-qu ll Hi!! i Will "'-fe Columnist Joe Rice types material for his column. 7 tx r , i ' I f' 1, in K A-.' i X X x X 11. 1 get Ron Watson, business manager, experiments with Sports Editor Bob Johnson writes up information on the Miners' type at the print shop. games. 205 , . - . . "" -'1r"v s3 4? W :hs X 'V ,g' ,Q QQ : .r 5 ,fr-e J ,X v Q .-5 . . it- f H? Y P 3516 U, r ' , 4 ' Q 1 x Ts V I P X xXx AK G v - r . 'al t ' f T .- . ti' -E25 A Prospector photographer Phil Parks works over pictures for the early Tues- Editor Jeannie Todaro and Abel Aldaz check a page of the d5Y deadhne- paper set in type. dn? 'I ll It ar Hg: V!! tif -1-- ,Q xx Ea I Ron Watson and Bob Johnson check copy against the type set in the mold. Ai 1 B 'Q Ilygwfiigg I '.O.Q.'l.'sigj!x ,'.'!."lA"r'. 4 "rf"H. "rf I P fix l'l S I yI'XQ N 9 - n"lX' Q s' X X L N4 xx K1 :RIB Q' -- I 7 .. , " Jl.l:l,.i, 5 S 9' Q: . Y ' k 4 Faculty sponsor John J. Middagh and Jesus Ochoa discuss the printing of the S .y paper. .mi it Mike Kennedy prepares a story for the next issue. Sr 'Nv- F N- 3' , ,fi 1 .f-.Hd K i X, . 47. I I ,.. 'wi ' ..N.-..,...?s- --s -.,1,g,.:n .-...uvv--s- -e Y -h 1 Jeannie Todaro, copy editor Marion Stokes, and Abel Aldaz check the type for errors. 207 ff fill! Our beloved El Burro Staff meets once more at Mary's Tea Room, as Mrs. Mary Rodrigues, Sponsor, waits to take orders. Ll I' 3 I' 0 El Burro, sometimes campus magazine, secures the undying loyalty of its staff members in its quest to cater to the tastes of all levels ot T.VV.C. society. Endeavoring to put out a magazine truly repre- sentative ot its statt's talent, the members meet weekly in Mary's Tea Room. "Nobody said anything about a one-man staff," says T. R. Wright discouragedly. ' I iff!!! aievv- -lf Z N ' il if bk Ml 6 ,Lg H in I 1 V ll 3 X I ' Wi 5 vl X rx ,ISA you ' J S Qfio X 'V s L ' 'N i as ""' 1 fn X 5 Q V' - ' 'nt' Some work while others bone up on plagiarism Want something, maybe," asks Linda Dixon as Cookie Galvin looks on expectanlly. Reading, always reading. 1 K 'wa .ff l 125 Come off it lm trying to get some work done moans ,X , X ,I ,jp Staff members Carol Eiting, Ernie Quiones, and Richard Schreibstein Kstill readingl work diligently to get out an edition of El Burro. l Stafi members always have adequate facilities to complete their wor . W ii i I i ii i i Lee Cain is serious in his endeavors To gef good shots of this rnonTh's EI Burro Girl of The Month. I i. U ii ii , i, , s-3 i 'V "ij l Mike Dickason frantically works To mee? a deadline. 2II Q w ..,, -. .- M' 1 . 3 1 . ,- - ,K . F 5 . Wf' eg, - 0 " I 1 ,. X ' I ,1:'sff4f?'g' J.f5.'f"'XG-' ' ' l G f f gy:-:" N .,.' my -n Uni! , A-:.f'f.1 'TIP' ' li -. . - ' X , . ,,- .J , ' .. W, . X X X .I I . , ,1 4 1' i A A ' f 52155 . a'vu'a: il O X gp..-, Aw, Wy '. 1'-nz.-is -.-, v .4 mi 5, 4 ' '-Q':1ffff254'i':'N-'-i "-N. 1'-QI --if ,..,r,L,. W ' , .1--rw --- ,..Q.h...L UNH 11 Q1 I? ,A , xi .- 5 If President Fred Craft Student O 0 4 Association Kathy Duggan, Bob Thomas, and Sandy Kahn watch as Fred Craft signs a bill. 'il Qxf Xs- WL..z N 'VP :it if it I .5 - ITN '7"l Officers of TWC's Student Association are Bob Thomas, first vice-presidentg Allan M e n d el l, vice-president, Sandy Kahn, secretaryg and Fred Craft, president. The Student Association of Texas Western College is the executive branch of student govern- ment. lt serves the purpose of executing the various activities on campus during the year. Any person who is a registered full-time student is a member of the Student Association, provided he pays the student service fee. Officers are elected from the student body each year in April. This year the SA has brought such top name entertainers as the Serendipity Singers, Glenn Yarbrough, The Beach Boys, Bill Cosby, and a return engagement of Peter, Paul, and Mary. The SA also brings many speakers to the college speaking on various topics of interest to the students. Student Senate Student Senators are a big part ot Texas Western. They vote on legislation pertaining to the students and the college and directly represent the students from the various departments. This year the senators were selected by a vote from members ot their respective departments in- stead ot popular vote as in the past. l ...,,. Presiding over the Senate, L?'lb. Bob Thomas reads a bill to be voted on. If U ,f"'fl-eil, 4 'ifis,.., -- ' ff' f The senators come forward to get a copy of the bill to be voted on. President Pro- -lv 1 1 ' - Tempore John Best is hand- is E H y - ing them out. ...ni The TNNC Student Senate is the legislative body of student government composed of membership apportioned among these groups: lj Science, 21 Arts, 31 Fine Arts, 41 Education, 51 Business, and 61 Engineering. The tenure of office is one year when new Senators are elected to office from the various departments. ll pw' pf v- .fi f Secretary Sally Miller reads the minutes to the Senators from the previous meeting. v P -. + .1 l V Q r if V e'x -V 'Q .lf .al ,E Q sifmu' ' . X., f, 1 i I I, .5 Z. i v ' Q Qc ' . y Q y i . 3 . ,xg t"'.f' Q: Kd. . If ' g . .,. I rg.. l tu L ' . 5'9" J gli ' -. 'in-Li"':fl 4' . - 'FU 7' zz., ., . ,Q -,-'-..:yg,g:xf.f-:4:f7g:g . , , ,. . .cr -. ng:-1 ' ' ' M-.-.ws ff-,fc 1'-'3fz214f43tgA. ' L53 ' 'uf "3 '-1 -.ggkzft,j5Qi.f1cf.--,:-'---.-- ,,-'-:x.:f::",-1. ag , - 31 .,g,,u,.if: .--,:,s-,.- A-ygvrtgt - : Q. ,MI-,F 4-L-:,:,f,-:'f:"'.g1i-7 e:.:f,'L x.y.N.4s- ' :z'- , ' , gg, sg - .f A ' .!.1:.11.f, mr:3s::J:,:. ff S-It-Aj.:Z1f'f'5I11QafQ'lx "A -iliill.-51,1-if.l.L.:iIi?f5S - The officers of the Senate are Cl to rj: Sally Miller, secretary, Bob Thomas, president, John Best, president pro-tempore. 'I' l -A -ff' ' John Blazier, Barbara Bendalin, Steve Calabreese. upreme Saltzman, Amy Jones, Green Miller, Maria Acevedo, Joseph Rice, Beatriz, Garcia, Ken rn x V r 5--. f X X X x ' ,Jr L2 .Lg , 2I8 it rr M? ltNiIWftt,ftrtt1s 5 -W vw, - 'T A s Secret entrance to the Bat Cave! "1-2-3, push! and down goes the Book- store door." in 1 Y x rx x'L ' ' .I 1 X f Y. 'T rf 'D n O o TWC students on the somber path to knowledge. AL fx --L -1,4 g'.1'i.:f,v. 1- 15--Jffv'-cftffrv'.f1vM1f,f'fj ie? , me Eric Kistenmacher and Betsy Johnston work together to prepare TWC's articles for the "Teen Times" in the El Paso Times newspaper. As part of the student government, it is their iob to report events taking place on the TWC Campus. 220 TWC Student Government in Action my F5 .GRS cdr. 'Q 'iw mb. 'wie A .Lf John Best, Jane O'Dowd, Tom Webb, and Margaret Zumer form the 1965 Homecoming Committee. They go over last minute prep- arations to make sure that the 1965 Homecoming events are the best yet, 22I Two members of the Serendipity Singers perform in a duet. Earl "Fatima" Hines entertained students with a variety of iazz numbers. W-.QQ-f "vu As the 1965 Fall registration begins, the Student Association sets up a table to issue SA cards. By pur- chasing an SA card, students are admitted to all Student Association'sponsored events at reduced prices. AS +'4.Q21f: 5-?'1f5'li iii? 1 . 1 ,7' U, t -3lN?EgblX W Q it ,X Richard Weatherall helps in guarding the Sun Bowl, home of the TWC Miners, be- fore the game with New Mexico State. 223 . ,X My Nii Nu D- . o 1' v N-QXQ Q Q 1 x QQ - if "' l 1 . . v I. fr '-3' Q. , . w --4 TS R Q 3 ,S -u 'll X' iltil a ivliiubi. if I i E 9 4 1 l 225 1 in l I i l l ,pruu 4' , a.--,ei Spreading the news . . . Riley Hall, student assistant sports ,,,,e . ' information director, and Eddie Mullens, sports information 'il'-'F - X- director. George McCarty, Athletic Director Girl Fridays . . . Kate Rutledge and Kathy Crouch. Jim Cavalieri, Ticket Manager "F?'vf5'1?-Eh if ' ll , . l' ox 3 l 1 X 5 'J '--J : - QC. I -8 4 T, 1 l . H ,L .u .X Athletic Council: Standing: William F. Webb, Dr. Clyde Kelsey, Donald K. Freeland, Dr. W. H. Timmons and Henry P. Ehrlinger. Seated: H. G. St. Clair, George C. McCarty, President Dr. Joseph M. Ray, Dr. Floyd B. O'Neal, Chairman, Dr. Milton Leech and Ralph Coleman. 226 l l Dobbs, Staff Enjoy Banner Year ,.- ,.,-- 1 4 - 1144-S i Z llkjli' - . new 1965 Miner ,,. A N 5. Bobby Dobbs Head Football Coach l, Football Coaches Bill Michael, Clff S 'flw fr-v Head Coach Bobby Dobbs arrived on the TWC Campus in the spring of 1965 and in his first season as head coach of the football Miners, he directed them to an 8-3 season- the first winning season for the Miners since 1957. The first order of business for the new drill- master was to assemble a coaching staff and this he did. He brought in Cliff Speegle, former head coach of Oklahoma State and a coach in the Canadian League. Harvey Griffin arrived from Oklahoma, one of the top high school coaches in the area. Dave Nusz, an assistant at the University of Detroit, and YC Mchlease from Florida State moved into El Paso to ioin the Miners. Coach Dobbs retained Bill Michael from last year's staff. Coach Dobbs decided to install the Pro-T attack, the offense that would entertain the fans and at the same time he hoped it would generate the offense to push the Miners to victory, This it did! The Miners iumped off to four in a row before losing one to the University of Wyoming in Laramie. They lost two more before they could regain their winning form, but they moved back on the winning trail and there was no stopping them. They finished their regular season with a 7-3 mark and de- feated Texas Christian in the Sun Bowl, 13-12. Coach Dobbs will be remembered by the class of '66 as the man who brought winning football to TWC-a College that had forgotten that the object of football is to win. Thanks, Coach Dobbs, from the students of Texas Western College. peegle, Harvey Griffin, Y.C McNease, Dave Nusz, Kneeling, Head Coach Bobby Dobbs. -ar,1?":,..i-bf . . ' '-1 'Lf' Q Bostwiek, ' r - rr .rj-'I5- .r .r- I ---------U ,, ll nnlllnigf -4 ..., mai I -ad Tv 'Tr " 't..,j,-e " ' 1, u g. 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' ',1Ffrf:E'r??gi', feif. 1 ff.--fffgf:-if .F ,,..- U- Q-- 1 . r:,-r,fr,-'-s---,- , in ,---.v-1Y'.fT',-rlprc, 'f Ypry,-, '.Y-'.-V,-V , ,I f:Jff3r5Er:1r:Ff:f::Pyc if:-frsfvf' .fmgqrlp I, ,, ,,-,,.a..c, ., .Y. :T '44, 2 -rffr"'YwLFfLr-:Irv-1s:Pr:f ' 'ff 1.-:, -:Jvc-lf-' f ., 4 .Y , -V .Y . . .iq 'J pc- c., rr ,Q 'tt V., .,l'. -:,- - 'fLT:flVraEFiJ37fff'fEE5iQ ,-Q ir?--"f?fr: fr ' F-' " rn. ff-:P fsantfr:E:zQg:Er:f-'.S+.,,'f.'wg 'LL -2 1 Harrison Gamble orth Texas 6 I -I The Texas Western Miners roared oft to the right start for the I965 season when they opened with a 6I-I5 vic- tory over the North Texas State University Eagles. The night was not only a success for a home opener but the Orange- men also broke three national records., TWC 20 95 634 3 4-44.7 4-46 2 Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes lntercepted Punts Penalties Fumbles NTSU 9 72 I 44 2 I 2-39 3-I I 3 TWC Routs Lobos Before Record Crowd -:EL " ss?-la' I' -- 114 .. ..- f, .nw r.,-v--- - f..-:Tiff The Miners Traveled To Albuquerque, New Mexico Tor Their second game of The T965 season To Take on The rugged Lobos. The Miners' defensive uniT was Tremendous when iT came To holding The Lobos' well-known ground aTTack. The Lobos were able To score only Twice, once in each of The firsT Two quarTers. Head Coach Bobby Dobbs, in his second game as head of The Miners, summed iT up This way, "Our defense did a whale of a iob. New Mexico applied a loT of pressure on our defensive Team wiTh iTs running a'rTack. Our defense was responsible Tor our vic- Tory." Sfafisfics TVVC UNM l6 FirsT Downs T3 56 Yards Gained Rushing 193 297 Yards Gained Passing 61 3 Passes Had lnTercepTed 2 TO-48 Punfs 4-38.8 4-57 PenalTies 4-30 l-i Fumbles LosT 2-5 25 Esa . 'file- Biz. 2 . 5- - K I. ,QL ng Af if-'sri ,T 523332:-is 4 ' f ,gf if - 'R 4 15' 'l Tc fp ' ' ' :Lf 3- '- W ' T lr . - sf ty 'ET-T-',,' ' 'N - ... - , -rel -4, - Nr, VV .-W v . ffrfvu T, Y, H i Z- l'. g N 4, A , ., . ,- ,I 3 -H A 3 f' Chuck Anderson Don Davis gS"f'ig'5sx V . , :yu -,L ,V 45" 5- f' -5 , .- 1 ...e -' - ' ---i PiTi Vasquez Mark Yarbrough Charles West Dick Weeks 229 T Vg - Camera Catches Miners en.. A.. NO, 2 QUARTERBACK Billy Stevens, the No. 2 quarterback in the nation, gets set to throw a pass in the Sun Bowl against Texas Christian. Stevens was selected as the most valuable player in the game. Rushing Stevens is Ronny Nixon, the games most valuable lineman. 3.."'11ags' 4. Q i - 94' . l ,.w-:snlll!QW"""" ol' I f NW , . Q I- .4 st., ' I TOUCHDOWN Charles West goes high To evade his West Texas State de- fender and pulled in the pass for the TD. UP IN THE AIR Chuck Hughes moves in to take the pass from Billy Stevens. IAC In Winning Ways i , 5-. 9n x l .x'VHu N 'R NSN E .f AN. ' THINKERS .. . Stevens and Hughes take time to PATENTED PASS .. . Stevens fires another bomb, this one aga think it over. West Texas. 553, Hui 14 inst 1-:R A .,,, , L 'M-4.-'f'. ' ,1,v-45, A 1 A . , . 3-,'.v A--x ..i..sN-F 1'-ff-Jef. 1 . ' - - 4 , t 1 t .--Aw 4 '.". . 4 ,.'I' 1 -,' - -V ' ,A - . . .A , 3 2 .,--,w 1. V." j, I r' Y I ' ' , - I ,-.Mffqf . , ,, , ,M H, , , .l ' "J 1 '- , ""'1..'f' Y "Q, MINER DEFENSE ... was a major item in the Miners successful season. 23l A--- - -- Cowboys Gun Down Miners The Miners Traveled To Laramie, Wyoming, To face The Cowboys of The University of Wy- oming in Their fiffh game. The problem was ThaT The Cowboys had fallen To The U?ah Red- skins The week before and were madder Than you know whaT. The Miners iusT happened To arrive in Town aT The wrong Time and The Cowboys needed someone To geT even wiTh. They rolled over The Orangemen 38-T4 and senT The Miners back home with Their firsT loss of The T965 season. The Miners were unable To geT Their passing machine in high gear because of The big rush puT on by The Cowboys. Sophomore Billy STe- vens received The biggesT rush of his career, buT he sTill Threw for 249 yards. WiTh a liTTle more proTecTion from The Miners' offensive line, The score mighT have Turned ouT dif- ferenTly. The Miners were able To play The enTire game wiThouT receiving a penalTy. Dick Weeks, hard-running Miner fullback scooTs left end in a losing cause To Wyoming 50x Big Bob Wallace KBBD leaps high in an attempt to snare Billy Stevens' pass in the second quarter of the Arizona State game. With the best chance in the last eight years to beat Arizona State, the Miners hosted the Sun Devils in the Sun Bowl on Oct. 30. Mixing running plays with the passing attack the Or- angemen built a 20-7 halftime lead, but mis- takes proved costly as Arizona State, led by Ben Hawkins, staged a remarkable comeback for a 28-20 upset win. Dick Weeks got the Miner scoring effort off to a start by a TD, following a penalty that set the ball on the ASU l-yard stripe. Joe Cook's extra point was wide, and the Miners held a 6-0 edge. Early in the second quarter Billy Stevens hit tight and Chuck Anderson with an ll-yard strike to hike the score to i2-0. Cook's kick was good and the Miners led 13-0. The game be- gan to take a lopsided appearance five min- utes later as Weeks slammed in for another TD and Cook's extra point made the lead 20-0. With about 4V2 minutes remaining in the first half, ASU got on the scoring board after a 40-yard pass, capping the drive with a 2-yard TD. The extra point made the halftime score 20-7. The third quarter saw no scoring, but with about T0 minutes remaining in the game, ASU scored on a i-yard plunge and extra point. With the Miners holding a slim 20-i4 lead, Don Davis punted. Hawkins gathered in the pighide on his own 31 and 69 yards later had a TD. The extra point put the Devils in the lead to stay. With Billy Stevens desperately trying to pass the Miners back into the lead, the bandit Haw- kins intercepted a last ditch aerial and ran it back 64 yards for a TD. The extra point made the final 28-20, ASU. econd Half Rally Nets Devils Win fr' 25: A , - A - - , ' , .Q 51 . ' EYE, ffia'T'5'?1 f""' I. A ' M"Hi32iit2ff1ifffQ2iiE? gfffyg,Q,f?v' ., if 4 ' i, 6 xl "T T, lhfjff "7-fr ., , . A t , FEE?-'Tr I T . - f"x'l?5fffjifI" 5-ttf , - A fswfrffgfgli , Y, , V. , .,, Esta? wc. B4 T ,, f , . . . ' 1 M 1 r .,- ,lf if-fr , Ss -VA' V TT' if as Um' bf Y p Q Y ' , rrrfff, '--x --H: A A ," zsff'GE:fsG,r 'f A 9 'RQ A ,J A , f . , Andrew Johnson Larry Harrell Steve Lewicke George Daney 2-3 3 -Q is Q Q. . S ' 'ff S ix . x fi-ft'-' 5 7 EQ 1' " '1" . "1'.l- 'tl'.LihnsnS1ia14 "' H in AAH- Border Bandits Defeat Arch-Rivals, 2 I -6 'W Upset-minded New Mexico State traveled to El Paso for an Oct. 2 date with the is , Miners in the Sun Bowl. Head Coach Warren Woodson was depending on El Pasoan 'X 7' ' 1 Sal Olivas to lead the Aggies over the high-flying Miners. ,X-A 1 X' Playing betore some 29,000 fans, the Aggies started out to do iust that, drawing ' - , . , ' First blood with a touchdown after 9:44 had elapsed on the clock. A stout Miner de- ' 1 5 g tense stopped the extra point try, and the first-quarter score read 6-0, New Mexico - State. ' 'H f .. , But soon reality caught up with the Aggies. With 7:30 remaining in the tirst halt, ,. A - ., 1 record-setting Billy Stevens found Bob Wallace clear and chunked a 14-yard scoring ' " , - f strike to the big Phoenix end. Joe Cook added the seventh point, and the Miners were ' -1 Tiff" B. '- . ahead to stay. - F ii' ' ' Moments later, burly Larry Runsey set Chuck Hughes tree with a bone-crushing block, -3 and the fleet-tooted Hughes scampered 85 yards with an Aggie punt. With Cook making a 7 out ot a 6, the Miners went into the dressing room with a 14-6 lead. A tight Aggie defense held the scoring Miner machine in check until late in the third period when aerial artist Stevens heaved another scoring bomb into the arms ot wizard Wallace tor the Miners' third 6-pointer ot the night. Joe lMr. Toej Cook again added the seventh point to put a cap on the game's scoring. Buster Barnes ii' V" 'I-rw Statistics TWC 17 First downs 13 72 Yards rushing 109 309 Yards passing 159 3 Passes intercepted 2 6-34.0 Punts 10-36.0 5-44 Penalties 9-1 13 1-1 Fumbles lost 1-1 Stanley Blythe G, 7' - 4 1 ' ufar, - ffiilfiihigiv' ' A-fm rfifi -A 4 f Q . 1 A V, V G -adbhjiri 'TIQQE ig , , f - iticlf'-?i5 Sc 'r so ?f?fELP ' f ' 1 if-f?ii1"53?51ii" 1 5 ' 7' ' 1 ' F sf - ' ' . '4 rf, 14 fi:-. r tiff ft:-J W ,Q - Tf - 'ffl' mist'-'t1' 1f t i,-Wseieiflif: ..-sffre ' -A rf if .' UUE. -WU' , f ' A - ' 1 1,55-Qlff ,' H I-95" F lfplffss-71'-f-'J' JYFEY-law. jliff-Zeitifiiifx, , , -,.- at Y i . . , , . -,, .Y,.v , .,, of sift- .. -',"5rllf:'f 'fff ,. 'arf hire- ef- 4 g,+,'f5?r 'J --v f.?B3'3-i?5i'?Li?: . . " 7 "' 'J' 7 'I' 5 A , C. E51-2rE'Y1iIqQ Qfiih I "fh':.-'.f"if' ' f Nia'-:f'frtirifj-ir? Fifi-ti? 3 ' - 7. 1 ,- - ----H "1 . se. 1, f ' 1' f ' ' r,r?::- "'PFu."'::'ifi X i if 1 - 'ry F5133 - 51 - X ' 'C A I -- . 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Y , -iff 'gg g?'.a?:,,g.,3.4.gs , 'Q g ' '2f+x:52"fif'52: '3Q'f'5i'4f4ivl'ili'9il K+' 'ssh-"9 .va relief g,.r yu ' 34,4-.1.-sgtdigqg-A-3.4, jzqvg -!!r7a1LIL':,j U ' ff: 123 '. p5:g34f.3 fer v -fifftf'-.1-rf? .121 't'- 4 -I .H : i Mvqul - i ' r-gf' r4',,Z 4- .til Don Cunningham Joe COOk Orangemen Herd Rams, 35- I O Colorado State, schooled for a week on pass defense, came to El Paso with the intent to spoil TWC's homecoming Oct. 9. The instructions on aerial-swiping proved valuable, at least for the first quarter, as the Miner scoring machine couldn't 'get in gear. A stout Miner defense held the Rams to a 25-yard field goal, and the first period ended with CSU holding a 3-O edge. In the second quarter, however, the Miners began to find some loopholes in the Ram defenses. With l2:O3 showing on the score- board clock, fullback Dick Weeks slammed in from one yard out to put the Miners on the board. Joe Cook converted the six to a Seven. Minutes later, with the Miners moving well, Weeks again chalked up a l-yard touchdown. With Cook's conversion the Miners took a T4-3 lead. With 28 seconds remaining in the first half, CSU tallied on a l-yard plunge and extra point, TWC went into the dressing room with a ill-TO intermission lead. Again it was the running game that netted the next Miner counter. Halfback Larry Harrell rambled into pay-dirt from five yards out, and Joe Cook again converted. Early in the fourth quarter, Billy Stevens hit Chuck Hughes with a five-yard scoring strike. Joe Cook's conversion lifted the score to 28-l O. With a little over a minute remaining on the clock, Don Davis slammed in from one yard out and the Miners had their fifth TD of the night. Cook's extra point put a cap on the game's scor- ing, andthe Miners had a 35-TO homecoming victory. nfl h' ---- ,-. ll . 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' . ,, ,','9wQqu and - LQ fyeffffr-' ' Hx.. .Nfgt 'f :cg X "P 3? nM?"uL-'4,,.- Q- ' 2' - ' ' 2 4 yo. x N! 1 .11-K-:gn .fs .4 f In W Stor -Book Ending Nets 20 I9 Win An impossible 90 yard punt return by Bob Wallace, an out of bounds play by Utah and an unbelievable 92 yard pass from Billy Stevens to Bob Wallace in the final T6 seconds of play to tie the game, highlighted the action against the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Texas Western and Utah played the first quarter to a O-O tie, but in the second period the Utes punted to the Miners. Bob Wallace took the football on his own eight yard line and moved to the sidelines. Picking up good protection from his defense he raced the 90 yards for the TD and put the Miners ahead 7-O. Utah shut the Miners out at this point and went ahead T9-7 by the middle of the fourth quarter. With seven minutes remaining, Billy Stevens began finding the range and with the help of a fine offensive line he marched the Miners to the goal line and the TD, making the score l9-l 3 in favor of Utah. The Utes controlled the ball and Miner fans thought that it was all over. But with very little time remaining in the game, one of the Redskins on a third down play ran out of bounds and the clock was stopped. On the next play the Utes were unable to pick up their first down and the ball went over to the Miners. The Miners moved on the field to make their final play of the game with l6 seconds left on the clock. Stevens stepped back on his eight yard line and hit Bob Wallace on the Utah 39. Wallace moved past three defenders, and heading for the sidelines, sidestepped another. Before the Utah fans realized that the score was tied, Joe Cook had kicked the extra point which made the score 20-l9 and the Miners were in the dressing room with their victory. BACKBREAKING PLAY . . . These exclusive sequence photos show Billy Stevens setting up to throw on his goal line. Bob Wallace gathered the Stevens aerial in on the Utah 39 and was on his way. ln the third picture, Chuck Hughes is getting set to throw the block on a Ute C411 that set Wallace free. The final shot shows Wallace scampering into the end zone for the tying TD. After Joe Cook's extra point the Miners had a 20-19 victory. tPhotos courtesy of Salt Lake City Tribunei. ... ff -. - .u .,. .4 T, WMiners Bombard Xavier, 57-33 0' W an 'wax- -iiffifff .tw . ft, -- - tr K ,,,..- .., . if X -tvs? .1 -T .,- -' - fi-ez ft- , i.,r' i' T 'f 11512-315 , , -. L- if I fc n All .. - f '.wg,.:x , .. ' .v.,.. ,.- Na FF -.11 :Ii fpffflf: 7 'Z .fail .. H, .S gg- at 15. Les Munies 1:-s.7'Lf,--,Z n - - -2 41 -'15 T -'B-337' A ,1':5!kJ-- -Lf 4 I Q T -T A , . inf'-fs? D Coach Ed Biles brought his Xavier University Musketeers into the Sun Bowl for a November 20 encounter with the Miners. The Muskies, like the Miners, boasted a flinging quarterback in the person of Carroll Williams. 20, TT4 fans piled into the Sun Bowl to see the aerial duel between Williams and TWC's Billy Stevens. The Miner scoring machine erupted for the first time with only 2 minutes, 40 seconds gone in the game when Stevens hit Chuck Hughes with a T4-yard scoring strike, Joe Cook continued his excellent kicking by adding the seventh point. Three minutes later the Miners were on the scoreboard again with an 8-yard run by fullback Don Davis. Again Cook converted. With six minutes remaining in the first quarter Bob Wallace went into the end zone untouched on a six-yard end around with Cooks conversion hiking the score to 2T-0. With the first quarter coming to a close Joe the toe Cook sailed a 34-yard field goal through the uprights for the Miners 24th point. However the Xavier defense held the rampaging Miner offense in check until late in the first half when Billy Stevens hit Charlie West with a 27-yard pass-and-run TD. Four minutes later Larry Harrell plunged into pay dirt from two yards out. Cook sent the Miners into the dressing room with a 37-0 lead. Xavier came out of the intermission inspired and hit the scoreboard early in the half. But the Miners retalliated with a T0-yard scoring strike from Stevens to Hughes. Two minutes later West intercepted an Xavier pass and ran it back 24 yards for the six-pointer. .A two-yard pass from Stevens to Hughes closed the scoring for the night and the Miners were on the long end of a 57-33 score. EK' .4 f uc 1 tw:-W. mf' N- 4 ,hit ,, I , ' if r .- CL fy 'I' 3 "h ev t ' -:av ""' , I Y I 'VR fs 4. , .,,: ' M4 1 . , f ' :Lg-r" .5 g up ,1 N . Y-.. v T ,. T . s.. A " ' II II I I I 1 '- .-.2 3- ' -I-5,55 " SL? 4 ,-4 5 I X 'Yer T ' 1 .- 54. 3 if X I s 1 1 xv --.MJ -A! l A 1 , f' 1 ' 6 W - Q45 -L t 1 rnbxhv ' ' X T-,V 9 'frug 'Q TQ' - fs 'Tx - ...- ggfegi- ,- A-, Frfa.-as .. r.- -f -fs, ' jx.-,, . , -' :,:-,fxwirfiyu 1 Q-.LL .' v 'cfs --: 1 , f l wus- .- ' . " J-,YS Y' I "9 -. is .. il T 'CTL 1 'I A 1- 4... 1 ' X -VM.. -- T J' 4.-,., X "" Q ice- an I X sr x - 4 1 L, A I ,gif-, 1,1 I X Y' l 1 Q. Q- 1 '- fs -A, x ft. Y ,,,"'1- if, ,A ' ,us 1, -r .J N ' Q 0 - Ls 4-2- 4 David Walker Statistics TWC A 6 -- i , 'F 1' . M4 ., , ,-A,-'g - '11, g:g " '.1?E35"-'if'g,f" :Q 5fli"2.'51Vf1-3' ' . ,af 7 -- ::-:fu --,- - . 1 reef ' -rf. -1:-,, 1 :53 2T First Downs T69 Yards Gained Rushing 73 at 273 Yards Gained Passing 268 2 Passes Had intercepted 3 6-4T Punts 4-96 Penalties 2-4 Fumbles Lost Line Score TWC 24 T3 T3 7 57 X vt 1 f X1 L. 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'nf Miners Down West Texas, 38-2 , O Finish Best Season Since I 57 West Texas State arrived in El Paso to play the Sun Bowl Bound Miners in the final game of the year for both teams. West Texas was 6-3 for the season and had defeated Arizona State earlier in the year, a team that had defeated the Miners. The Miners lumped off to a quick start against the Buffaloes by intercepting one of Spencer Washington's passes and run- ning it back for the TD before the Miner fans had found their seats. The defensive unit held the Buffaloes on four downs and the number two offensive team in the nation took over. The Orangemen moved down the field and scored, putting them ahead 14-O. At the half, the Miners held a three point lead, 21-18. The Miners broke the game open with 10 points in the third quarter and another touchdown in the final stanza to end the game with a 38-21 victory over State. The win made the Miners 7-3 and gave them their best season since 1957, sending them to the Sun Bowl for the seventh time in the school's history. Statistics TWC VVTSU 24 First Downs 14 61 Yards Gained Rushing 15 355 Yards Gained Passing 315 2 Passes Had intercepted 5 4-46.2 Punts 8-35.0 6-71 Penalties 4-27 2-2 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Line Score TWC 14 7 10 7-38 WTS O 18 3 O-21 Dick Leach -..- I-H'--- . PIII" .. - up -gy-i F " it . ll 1 " g Eg 1 ., fdra 'fix ' 1 ' X 'Tiff es. "Lis 'L-1. . -,H - 0 1'--iiirii 7 4 - - ' ' '.7'flf:J17i?rf3x ' ' - s . v ' f 'ifgdfisztgiiii' ', 1 , f gg'15LifgQ91fff. f- . , . :Levies-:if P 3" 1' 1 4-Tiift-iw r .- L V- ff- i 3, 'feafffffffr J Jiliirrkfvliiq, ! f .f2,111':5.f t I 7' , . 1.1 is , P rf. - -332' If " ' " Qzf.gg545eJxi,uL-5. .-er.--Fr ,ks-'ssreflf-waist if -' . .-- .. ,- '-f---,+. V- vw. --mm. " -, -L--44' , L. r ig, --..-,.A ,.,.hg,s. ., - ww- a..-1 . -,iv if 1 -, sizaffi-c , , .. I fl'-'lf ' T' PS' 13 91'-53 i.iyxf'.'f, ,f"53m:3-1-t-iff. -, iv . 1 1 i f'6."""-.,-.-wx 4.,..i,.-.L-.,,.. . 21' ri' - Q A. .. 1 .,af,.. at.. .-1 A M-r.,.,::- . -It My R83 Larry Davis e-W:-'...' '.:..a, T .. W1 V xg3:'sv2k1"':mw Bill Wilkerson Adam McLean si R' , K 1. f ff' 7 ' , I! C A 6 as t-s' - 0 ' 7 iners Stun Texas Christian? Take I3-I2 Comeback Win VO' NOT ENOUGH ROOM Don Davis f35D, Miner fullback, steps out of bounds in an attempt to sweep right end for a Miner touchdown against TCU. Tim Morton 1673 comes up too late to give aid. BEST WEAPON Chuck Hughes grabs a Billy Stevens pass, moving the Miners out of a bad situation. Texas Western's Miners spotted favored Texas Christian TO quick points in the first half, but came on strong in the second half to take a T3-l 2 upset win over the Frogs in the Sun Bowl. Paced by a highly-touted quarterback in the person of Kent Nix, Coach Abe Martin's Horned Frogs dominated the first half. lt appeared to the 27,450 fans in the Sun Bowl that TCU would be the only Southwest Conference team to win a post season game, with Texas Tech losing to Georgia Tech and Arkansas losing to LSU. But on the third play of the second half Billy Stevens hit Chuck Hughes down the middle, and the flashy flanker outscooted TCU defenders for the Min- ers' first score. With the fine offensive showing made by the Miners, the game would have had a different outcome were it not for the excellent defensive play by the TWC anti-score unit. Key interceptions by Ron Bostwick, Harrison Gamble and Curt Parsons thwarted many a TCU threat. 3 w , i f t c J 1 . WM, f , Qs H , A f x. . , b- 'L 5.3, A' l TOO MUCH ORANGE This was the story of the second half of the Sun Bowl. Here Eugene Jackson f87J, Joe Henderson UM, Ron Bostwick 1245 Charles West MOD and Harrison Gamble U21 close in. Billy Stevens Most Valuable Player Q? , '5- .J AWARD WINNERS Billy Stevens, Texas Western quarterback, and Ronny Nix- on, Texas Christian lineman, talk together after winning trophies for their perform- ance in the Sun Bowl game. Stevens, who threw TWC into the football spotlight this year, received the C. M. Hendricks award as the game's most valuable player, while Nixon received the game's most outstanding lineman award. 5.4 '- l l l I l I . 'rg.,2'r:.,.i it + - 1 ' IQ' 4' I '-,'Q1ygi, n- , it ww 1 ii - Q1 . V L , " Y l Q-i ' . ' ' 55558 'l A -- ' ' Y' fix! UIQQJQ A Q' ,i g rn , ,if ' ' R' -3 u , A If ' . tai at 5 , 6 . ' 1 -' 3gaglf79.., fq3,,.-X . . N, E, 1. Ik 1, awp dgrg8l 4- -- W .- , gs - , ' 1,5 A-1. l 'I .S fi' 34 '- 4" 2 5?-' A if 1 .A all 'Y - 5 E A' A i - K W, ' i E, "ell D , - ! A H X -A V ,-. .ut-0'-f"7:4':': i' -'. ' ?"' ' ' -, ' 353. ' CIS- . L, -'i- 'vi 1 -. Q r ,' im" .df WRONG MOVE Miner linebacker Buster Barnes puts a diving 'fn ga 'ai . gtglmdg """"dwz fl tackle on a TCU back, while Charles West moves in to help. , , , , I U 'S W ' , , , W DESPERATION TACKLE . . . Miner tight end - I 'Q Q ' ' Y. Chuck Anderson fails in an attempt to break V V. 4 I y, f away from a TCU tackler who was the last lf , X 5 f K1 " Q K' ,ft obstacle between Anderson and the goal line. X A I bt: 4 G I: 1 ,D x.. Q rx Ii' TT"f ,A ' v " . y at ls Ax gl " ll . b ' i U sf .D j 'Ninn Q fi fi P' Y I Q gf .i 1 by y Q, r i i V 1. ia' Q I S lI'ks'lt" b ', 'ft - ' r . A 1 ff. 5 1 ' ' Q DOWN HE GOES Miner defensive end U E W Eugene Jackson slaps the feet from under . . - f Q " ' A 1 . TCU quarterback Kent Nix in action during f -' . if I the third quarter of the Sun Bowl. 4, -'ig . S. -hai...- . ' . , ' ' ,. i ' . We .if - , A 1 xi '- K VQIV V W tit t w'-it 3, 'Q g U - ,. t K.. . - - 243 , . . ' 1 , l" I -' I hijjki - i . .,. ,A ., Y, ,X ,N -- .t .1 - .MMM i ll t O is U?- 'YK We cocA-coLA BOTTLING co. SEASON SCORES GOLD HELMET WINNERS ATTENDANCE Billy STSVGHS TWC North Texas State University 22,515 Chuck Hughes C21 TWC New Mexico University 29,952 Bob Wallace TWC New Mexico State University 29,052 Joe Henderson TWC Colorado State University 20,102 Jack Caldarella TWC Wyoming University 16,742 Tim Morton TWC Arizona State University 24,753 Curt Parsons TWC Arizona University 24,500 Fred Carr TWC Utah University 8,388 Laffy RUVYISSY TWC Xavier University 20,114 TWC West Texas State University 14,767 SUN BOWL TWC Texas Christian University 27,450 238,335 Hughes, Stevens Bust Records xi X . swsgf. 1 N X.sSlQx-gs-.:"1.:. . ri -YV: 3? SRL- ' ii -. '5x.5:Q. CH UC K HUGH ES SCHOOL RECORDS SEASON Most passes caught . . . 86 119651 Most yds. gained passes caught . . . 1,634 119651 Most Touchdown passes caught . . . 13 119651 Most kickoff returns . . . 21 119651 INDIVIDUAL GAMES Most passes caught . . . 17 against Arizona State 1Oct. 30, 19651 Most yds. gained passes caught . . . 349 against North Texas State 1Sept. 18, 19651 Most Touchdown passes caught . . . 3 against New Mexico 1Sept. 25, 19651. Tied with Ulysses Kendall and John Connell. NCAA RECORD Most yds. gained passes caught . . . 349 against North Texas 1Sept. 18, 19651 BILLY STEVENS SCHOOL RECORDS SEASON Most rushing and passing plays . . . 532 119651 Most yds, gained rushing and passing . . . 2915 119651 Most yds. gained per game rushing and passing . . .291.5119651 Most passes attempted . . . 466 119651 Most passes completed . . . 217 119651 Most touchdown passes . . . 22 119651 Most yds. gained passing . . . 3,240 119651 INDIVIDUAL GAME Longest forward pass . . . 92 yds. to Bob Wallace 1Nov. 13, 19651 against Utah. Most passes attempted 56 against West Texas qmov 27 19651 Most TD passes 5 against New Mexico 1Sept 25 19651 Tied Bob Laraba 11957 against Ari zona Most yds gained passing 500 against North Texas 1Sept 18 19651 6. f s r 1 .. . 1 s ,'.' '4' ..1.s' : . 513. -3: ' . , l. ,V. 15, Q my"-'V' 'z' , -'qv , -,- - YA"-YJ' Vg 925' -ana-kwa -2 aiivizegfa .f :-'q '. xeQi,.-. . I IRA' O 'QM' 1 ' -1- -L. .U Mmers 1m sl, s -ff-' p . :S.fig,f?F' 1-..7i...J' . 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I - - ,fi isiompile 28-I ark l , 9 1' 1 ZX E966 Miners llvssiflwmsals 'S'A0l:Jf,LZxfT 'SVI 1'.i':S1?31?W?v'rA 1- '5lRlA.131lPlLQ1v1Fl'A I T Willie Worsley sits atop a convertible Bobby Joe Hill holds The NCAA champion's Trophy afTer The Miners' before The Miners' victorious parade 72-65 win over KenTucky in The finals. Bobby Joe was laier selecTed Through El Paso. To The All-TournamenT Team. R Hell-raising students celebrated for Two days and nights after The Miners' capTure of The NCAA championship. Q. Historic Season for TWC Cagers Coach Don Haskins and his assistant Moe lba Head Coach Don Haskins and his assistant Moe Iba enjoyed their most successful season this year, with their team achieving high ranking in both the United Press International and the Associated Press polls. Attendance figures soared to new highs, with most games winding up a complete sellout. Local TV stations brought important road games to El Paso basketball fans. And with Don Haskins finishing his fifth year at the reins of the Miner basketball machine, his wins topped the TOO mark en route to a season which became a part of the "banner year" in Texas Western athletics. SEASON SCORES TWC Eastern New Mexico WVC New Mexico State TWC East Texas State TWC Colorado State TWC Pan American TWC Arizona University QOTT TWC Weber State TWC New Mexico University KOTT TWC Fresno State TWC Arizona State TNNC Fresno State TWC Pan American TWC South Dakota TWC West Texas State 9ffTWC Nevada TWC Colorado State TTNC Loyola of New Orleans TWC New Mexico State "TWC Iowa TWC Seattle TWC Tulsa Texas Western ended its season by accepting TWC Seallle an invitation to play in the NCAA post season TWC Arizona State Tournament. TWC West Texas State iff Championship Mississippi Valley Classic " Championship Sun Carnival Tournament 'P i '.!-if 3" 'fur' 'Q ' r ' r 35 FQ' 'gJB - ' 'Y '-'U' - - 9 "'r l 2 N w, D ' .E Fa' 'QW-D as-'Q' 4' uw- --' : 1 ff, ' .- 'fr .' -.f,:1'0 , 2 ,Ni , A F7523-Qi A e...N,-Q.-vi-1"'1 -. ' 4915! 3 f - ' ..-'-" , . '--:aw A ' ' rv-,iuu K3 ' 'QS' 'cg J 4 ...S-1 u UP AND AROUND Nevil Shed 1321 Wheels a big hook around George Peoples of Iowa in the championship round ot the 1965 Sun Carnival Tournament, won by the Miners. Orsten Artis C205 prepares to take up a back court position. I Y, . i Y X I U flfl Nfl llxfx X 1 ll ilr""lii l' lfgk 1 , -Ld QQJ Hail if F FD 1 A lli'1l"2fl ll Hllilll Nevil Shed BAD, BAD WILLIE Willie Cager U01 tries to block an Arizona shot, but is caught and charged with a foul. Nevil Shed and Harry Flournoy get 243 set for a rebound. REM llllE5i:riE Bobby Hill KL'-T' Q-4 TEE W ' TEXIZT x Email l WE nrsairie. Jerry Armsrrang Orsren Artis Harry Flournoy WILLIE HAS THE STEP Willie Worsley 1245, the sixth man in the Miner lineup, drives around a Talented West Texas guard. TWO FOR BOBBY JOE Miner guard Bobby Joe Hill U42 is shown after doing what he likes best-swiping enemy passes. Here Bobby scores after stealing the ball during The Miner-New Mexico State game in Memorial Gym. 5 lll CLEAR THE WAY . . . Loyola players give David CDaddy DJ Latrin plenty of room as he goes up for the rebound in the Sun Carnival Classic. Lat- tin pulled in eight for the night and the Miners won 93-51. ,1 :CN spd 'LD f' ep WES ERN David Palacio Togo Railey 2. .1 7 A .gn-1' HILL DRIVES Bobby Joe Hill drives in against Loyola in the Sun Carnival Classic. "Wild" Willie Worsley looks on in the background and prepares for the fast break in case the shot is missed. a-...Ali Vo ' fri 1, x,T,s , if X . nhl ' Rl,NnWlg1L5fJi,UJlE , W L59 Hill T David Laftin ,0- , XTEETZAQ' Tig WESTEHH Tony Harper FIGHT FOR THE BALL Jerry Armstrong goes high to try for a rebound against the University of lovva, The Miners downed the sixth ranked Hawkeyes, 86-68. ,PW H N ms- Q L 1: TIP-IN Harry CTl'1e Cricketb Flournoy follows up on a shot and receives credit for the two points. Standing by to give assistance is Nevil Shed. f"f Q-9 TEXAS e , WESTEM Dick Myers Willie Worsley , n Miners Finish Hi h in Polls Associated Press IAPQ Voted by Sports Writers 1. Kentucky 336 2. Texas Western 330 3. Duke 31 1 4. Chicago Loyola 244 5. Vanderbilt 219 6. Kansas 215 7. St. .loseph's CPa.J 133 8. Providence 90 9. Nebraska 44 10. Cincinnati 37 Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Davidson, Dayton, Houston, Michigan, Oklahoma City, Penn, Rhode Island, St. Johns QNYJ, San Francisco, Syracuse, Utah, Virginia, Western Kentucky. United Press International IUPU Voted by Coaches 1. Kentucky 345 2. Duke 267 3. Texas Western 240 4. Chicago Loyola 201 5. Kansas 184 6. St. Joseph's lPa.J 158 7. Vanderbilt 123 8 Providence 105 9. Michigan 86 10. Cincinnati 45 Second ten in order: Utah, San Francisco, Ne- braska, Oregon State, Syracuse, Dayton, Western Kentucky, University ot Pacific, Oklahoma City and Michigan State. UNBELIEVABLE! You can't see his face but there's only one person who goes up tor a shot like this and that's Bobby Joe Hill. This one came against arch-rival New Mexico State. y' TEXAS 5 WESTERN Louis Baudoin Q.-.fa xx r 'N ,fav E.iioLAgu'sx V to 1 WESTETFRM Willie Cager 4, 4.1 F11-ii...11 x W X X ,N i Ni I N , nf Y 7 X, SQ? , . fi' df , S I -'1 1 1 xi ' .I , B il... M I' . V I "Q xggf-T' ' ' ,- I -S . , ' A . ' fi u ' ' --11 . ?vn-v-- .i1...4Lu .....,,,,L....L.. . -.- A-- V , , .ut , . N . 217 SPCRT pf lTWC Baseball Enters 4th Year W I l lnmxreal MINER DRILLMASTERS .. . Manager Andy Cohen Con leftl looks over the starting lineup with his coach, Orville Kruschwitz, before the start of the game. N YW' 4' -5:-,:' 9:-1: V if 45... ,li RETURNING LETTERMEN Back Row L-R. Larry McFarlin, Jay Christopher, Phil Ottone, Robert Aguirre. Front Row L-R. Tony Harper, Ken McAnally, Bute Morrison, Not shown: Wilmer Crews and Charlie Arciniega. i. ,lfligl .2 fl .xv A Q - Y - f- - -A . .V-if-wwf: C-ilovemen in 32-Game checlule I li 1....iaE SPRING TRAINING comes early for the Miners who have to hit the field in early February Working out the kinks is Tom Jennings, shown throwing batting practice in preparation 'For the season. The Miners pitchers had a busy schedule for '66 with 32 games on tap INFIELD WORKOUT Coach Kruschwitz huts infield practice with Chuck Stout standing by to take the throw in 5.3 fda!! vw-f -' gage ' e,,x .T X wi Speedy Miners Run Under the Sun .l l 1 ii 1-- W'e:'igE,,' Track Coach Ross Moore l fy sl ' . XX. X T f Q 'fi . . ', if wt.- " 'li lx., '.l ---.....,.,,i-.va 'U ..f.--f.1-l 'QAM .- I 'Y l O ..:--rdf' 'si g - , fg-fgf"':1 :1.ii??3?'3:...'L'-- E 7 'L "IEE :j,,,C::'----"""" - gr fvylpf- 1 ...-..-.... H -... .,g:"gi I' I ee:fsa l 4 Broad Jump-Tyrone Smith Miler-Charles Grant - Q : 440 Relay-Standing L-R John Kennedy Les Taylor, Zeak Williams. Kneeling Tyrone Smith Cindermen in ,- .-f -1, r ,QQ 4 + .f5 ..x.N Nh -.'.s-:i.v51- , X, . W , . friaixitx- 'AP .4 l he ff: .rf-5 'N P52 X ,O V' s ' ' i l . X l. -, r l, l 1- .ij 880 Relay-L-R tddie Shirley, Les Taylor, Andrew Johnson, John Kennedy and Zeak Williams. - 9 p ' Q? as .za . 7 1 h my ' .,:f'l?c-F+f.:'- ' Xe, 1 df of . 9 1. 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Y , r all 1.-A I ug 5, vs 1' j ffl, T K nil E xllvl U- aniqiiq 1 1,3 rm , 2 rw Lrg John Darling Mike Nelson, Maurice Heller 1 Q I ? e 1 - s i i r'l Rick Clayton 60 I - - - -V - mf-,--.g-4-,f---- H- V Netters Work Under Coach Berkes x' 94. X . ' -AR fn 1 ll 5 , I V 1 gi: X r . ,f ' Y L e Y : -' We . I . ,4 ,. A i966 MINER NETTERS . . . L-R . . .Coach Leslie Berkes, Jimmy Humphreys, Alex Saavedra, Robert Macias. Not shown are Gary Schmoeller and Billy Withholder. ' r N P- Roberl Macias 1 f .I I NJA, hh., 1 1.- .ng fi ..,g.5-T-T.f.' 3, .1 '4'v,'..'.' 0. ' -4, Qtr. , " .01-17 , -v A , . , i..,4..l--4-lr"l' Jimmy Humphreys v 1 .v ,.- I ,tn 3, A, J .. ,- -..lr 1 V , e , - +..,.. Lf- - 4 1 X 'L ' 'il 5 I llill lilllllll Ill -- ....-nqihxdi-" 43 i Alex Saavedra l".42" . ..-4. ' 1 r l ' Jflii .. ' A bl "J: 1 1 'A V ff:w,vf fe ' lil' -r -"x.LEN-. f,.,..tiyTy . 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NE' i li! x -,Q as 1. ., .-+'r.'z1f'v , wp, , The only cadet officer who sang his commands. .4 'Y CY e E , C i ff-'far ,C N45 " f " 'unsold' "No, I'm no relation to Boris Karloff." "He thinks he can take all three of Us on at once Supreme All-High Poten- tate Cadet Ruler of the ROTC Corps. ROTC The Making of an Officer 'Q as r-'wr-xwk. Left to rghf B II Jung Sieve Mater: J m Valtr Mike Osborne The young man who goes To college is in a selecT group which produces The malorny of our naTional and inTernaTional leaders WiTh few excepT1ons The Top men in all of Tomorrow s gov ernmenTal business and professional acTiviT1es will come from Todays college sTudenTs They will be The men who have The abiliTy will and opporTuniTy To prepare for posihons of respon sibiliTy and leadership Among These men are many who have increased Their chances for success by enrolling in The Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps. The ROTC program is specifically designed To give college men "on-campus"'Training and experience in The arT of organizing, moTivaTing, and leading oThers. IT includes insTrucTion To develop self-discipline, physical sTamina, and bearing-qualiTies ThaT are an imporTanT part of leadership and ThaT conTribuTe To success in any kind of career. Many college men, if They do noT Take ROTC, miss This insTrucTion because comparable leadership Training and experience are noT normally provided in The academic courses required for a college degree. There is no such Thing as a born leader. The abiliTy To lead and To inspire oThers To follow is learned. Training, experience and The accepTance of responsibiliTy all conTribuTe To The pro- cess. While iT is noT always easy To become a leader, iT is well worTh The efforT. IT is one sure way of geT'Ting To The Top. O O X r. R , , i if , ei T' An, ws :BW x Q ' ' . . N. X , "E ,L : i 9' x' - J"-Y T T' fisii.. - H fs...-X.: T- ' ,....'..'.- Lt fifif' T : l , ', T , I I . . I . n I Q I , . . . . , 1 , . l I I - , 4 4. 2nd BATTALION STAFF Front Row: Ronald Watson, Sl, Duane Tinkler, Battalion Commander, David McKnight, Executive Officerf Walter Ingram, Sgt. Maior Rear Row: George McKenzie, S45 Lester Grau, S35 George Powers, S2 lst BATTALION STAFF Front Row: Battalion Commander Ronald Curry, Executive Officer Ronald Seegar Rear Row: S3 Fred Craft, S2 Russell Cavazos, Sl Bill Walsh, S4 Jay Lofton Distingui hed Military Students Left to Right: Ronald Curry, Fred Craft, John Blazier Distinguished Military Students are selected on the basis of their academic worlgdemonstrated leadership potential in ROTC' practical work and their demonstrated potential for an officer of the Army at ROTC Summer Training Camp. An ROTC Cadet designated a Distinguished Military Student may apply for a Regular Army Commission. lf the Cadet named as Distinguished Military Student maintains the prescribed academic and leadership standards during the period of time between his designation and gradua- tion, he is eligible to receive a Regular Army Commission. Front Row: Luis Castellanos, Danny Micheal Rear Row: Lester Grau, Ronald Watson, Duane Tinkler ,. Q-1. Q , C X, LX, - Vi," - Q A, " se' 1' , J . 3 tl 1 Loy Virginia Matney Schuller Kristin Judy Negebauer Stewart The ROTC Sponsor Corps ot TWC, youngest honor organization for women on campus, was formed in The Tall of T964 with 21 charter members. Close order, precision drill in The best military tradition, is The specialty of This group. Tryouts tor prospective members are set each Tall and spring. Candidates are iudged on overall grade average, parti- cipation in school activities, appearance, and marching ability. The highlight ot The organizaTion's tirst year was a weekend Trip to Arizona State University where The girls participated in a drill meet. Rita Childs Linda Himel Marcia Salcedo Ruthie Cummings Karen Dixon Derry Kay Shurley Margaret Zumr Diane Dick Linda Yarbrough Janet Gardner Rita Lanaux Janice Sanders WI. I Patsy Abdou Yarby Grattan ,Sf fxk 'D ,Y ' J ,te f 'P 't 10 Q X x g en. 'v' .f Rosemary Rosanne Castetter Blaugrund Barbara Karen Abraham Hamilton l T - ti at . t ,i X.. , .N .lt l Joey Anderson Margaret Franco fel SPONSOR STAFF: Rosemary Castetter, Sig Judy Stewart, Executive Officer, Janet Gardner, S47 Loy Matney, Commander, Patsy Abdou, S35 Virginia Schuller, Drillmaster. Q e, .p 3 , .. ' fi ' K is 1 . 2 , 'ig N Q Vj I ,:.,t,,Ps if Q I it si, 1 Q: T Iif Y ifitzig Kit A. 'Ll . X ,rt - llc ' V' .N . 'K . I ' i il - 1 fx f , f ,Q r .YL N K. lm FS --Q 3- Q 1 A' -tx' X . H N M x r c, 7 .xv Q as c is -2 :gr I l 7 I Compan Company staff: John Blazier, Company Commanderg Doyle Gaither and John Scialdone, Platoon Leadersp J. A. Melendez, Guidon bearer. Compan Company staff: Robert Brown, Company Commanderp Ted Sorensen and John Anderson, Platoon leadersp Bill Barnhill, Guidon bearerg Santiago Rivas, Executive Officer. C Compan -?.,,w 33 -,. N X 52 Company staff consists of Robert Meyers, Company Commander, George Williams, Guidon Bearer, Joe Lewels, Platoon Leader. Company 5 l 1 l, W ll il E Company Staff is Ifrontl John Hammonds, Company Commander, Richard Mettee, David Rosado, Platoon Leaders, lrearl Steve Ritchey, Guidon Bearer, and Douglas Franklin, Executive Of-ficer. 1 27l Company Company Company Staff . . . Luis Castellanos, Company Commanderg Larry Gourley, Guidon Bearerg Alfredo Aguilar and Richard Coman, Platoon Leaders. H fs.- Company Staff . . . Danny Micheal, Company Commander. lst row . . . Jose Gallardo, Platoon Leader: Reuben Rodriquez, Executive Officerg Peter Perry, Platoon Leader. Rear . . . Martin Welk, Guidon Bearer. O J RCTC at Drill "Let's shake hands on that." 'Gee, I wish I had a ritle like the rest of the fellows." "ln three years, l've finally learned how to fall asleep while standing at attention." "Next time, clean under your nails, Soldier." RGTC Combat Ball W Some of the fellows without dates thought a little sit-in demonstration would be appropriate. Y x , ix 4 I 'f f E-3:5 Looks like the fellow on the right is out of uniform . . . or is it the tm- one on the left? 5 1 ' Combat Ball Chairman Ron Watson presents the cos- tume award to Jim Valtr. Ki I f si fllifl , ,ifdf ' 'V ' l IE! V gsm' 1 454-Ji-' zlilit' rdf? -, jf, v s 4 274 .Xt , 4 I The traditional ROTC dance this year was a big success. Sponsored by Scabbard and Blade, military honorary society for top-echelon iunior and senior ROTC cadets, this year's dance theme was the "Combat Ball." The men from S 8g B worked many hours on the decorations in order to achieve the atmosphere of a Vietnamese battlefield. On the dance floor one was surrounded by hundreds of eight-foot long reeds and cattails, manned foxholes sporting 50-calibre machine guns, and a general aura of iungle atmosphere. Above the dance floor were pictures of various military insignia, bomb bursts, shell firings, and colored parachutes. Invited cadets and their dates danced through the evening to David Hayes and the Pawns. The Combat Ball was a costume affair, and an "award" for originality in costume design was given to best dressed individual. The TWC Rifle Team O O O hampionship Cutfit Gold Team fVarsityJ from: Bill Fleming, Bert Schreibstein Charlie Hopkins Kneeling Position White Team Uunior Varsityb front: David Moore, Frank Walker rear: Richard Kuberski, William Aylor, Martin Weick W 5' ,ii x-'a. l x cabbard S Blade Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor society with local chapters, called companies, established in leading colleges and universities which have Reserve Officer Training Programs. At Texas Western, membership is limited to only top-echelon iunior and senior military science students who have achieved academic excellence in both the college curricula and their military science courses as vvell as demonstrating a high lead- ership potential toward a career in the U.S. Army. ff ,-4 ,J is . ,, 'I ....... Members are KfrontJ Ron Watson, Ron Seegar, Luis Castellanos, Danny Michael, Jay Lofton, and Ron Curry, frearj Duane Tinkler, John Blazier, Doyle Gaither, Les Grau, Bob Brown, George McKenzie, and Dave McKnight. K.. nf V 1 f if 5 J - " -N- v -.LI L" . ' lfilc ' 4 xi X- if-l 'P ntl fat i 'E n E' ' may g Ms A i,.l 'a 1 X' 11 1965 Pledges are ,lfrontj Dave Thompson, John Acock, Lorenzo Candelaria, Irearj Jamie Hart, Sam Simon, and Jim Burns. I Q vm... Officers are ffrontl Jay Lofton, secretary, Danny Michael, treasurer, frearj Ron Watson, president, and Dave McKnight, vice-president. "What better way for pledges to spend Sunday afternoon than guarding Memorial Gym?" PR Actives: Front Row: Russell Cavazos, Allen Baker, Duane Tinkler, MfSgt. Thomas U-Xdvisorl, Walter Ingram, Rosemary Castetter lsponsorl, Rene Valenzuela, Charlie Pena, Art Reyes, Ron Seegar, Jim Burns. Back Row: Mike Osborne, Steve Materi, George McKenzie, Jim Wingate, Jim Valtr, Bill Jung, Le! Grau, Galen Starkey, David Thompson. Pershing Rifles is a national honorary mil- itary fraternity whose purpose is "to pro- mote a spirit of cooperation and friendship among members of the military department and to maintain a highly efficient drill team." Pershing Rifles works hand in hand with the Military Science department to promote ROTC. PR also maintains a drill team and a rifle team that compete on a regional and a national basis. Along vvith this, PR promotes student ac- tivities within the college and performs many services for the college, such as color guards, flag details, ushers, guides, and personnel for any program or activities needed by the College. PR Color Guard - '+'+'+'+' f l+l+Q+g+. -"'-"'i"A"' Pershing Rifle Pledges, 1965 PR Staff: Front Row: Lester Grau, XO, Duane Tiflkleft Coz Charlie Pena, 522 W-Elie Ingram, Drillmasterg Ron Seegar, SA. Back Row: Allan Baker, ist Sgt,g John Blazier, Pledgemaster, Steve Materi, Sl Gerald Woolsey, 53, f I T6 A+ 'U' TJ .7 Karen Jones IOth Regimental Sweetheart Pershing Rifles Rosemary Castetter Company Sweetheart Pershing Rifles G W " 1-Q. .. A, . ,A X .A : 'I 4:45 Ac'-3 " Y- X - . .. - , Q 9 '- Y' :T 'er ' H xx Y:-..:.. Q- ' ', "' ur 4' xl IFN, I gt, X mln., i r QQ., T xs . . , ... xy- 4. . ii? x f I 'Q-c - Qxxx ,xXv-NIX q ,. kqyi ..f xi'-x K fxx I i 1 i D I, .- ii iiigpc-hl,N.'.Uf Until' "ig " iii D-f il AJ' .-11" Once l'T1OI'e BCFOSS CGITTPUS. , 282 "You got To be kidding!" "And did you hear whaf hap- pened fo Meland Josephine?" QS- X835 ll ,www mm E I :wg sms: Hgh sm' DRIU. ME! Fw au 5 E, Xl ll "All right, girls, you can put your arms down now." Campu Life 's Varied 1-l.e-M...e .QQFSEE ,.. sly-ff"- 'rx fjxfll Pl u o 1 4 "l still don't get it." "Aw, please mister, l got a Wife gsm- and twelve klcldues to support. Vw 1 l ,- w w Q v Q , V' HD HE K EE CE . E ,, L L.. x A 5 . 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Top Ten Seniors Beverly Roach Jacquelyn Border Fred Craft 'nl' 4 20 ' an fx J - Orange caps were evident in The crowd at The Texas Western-Arizona University game in Tucson L -49? PAUL AHEARN LUIS R. ALVEREZ GERALDINE ABRAMS Inter-Am. Studies Business Admin. Elementary Educ. Qi DOROTHY ARMSTRONG JANE AYLOR Secondary Educ. History GRACE BARAY CLODENE BEAVERS SHANNON BECKER Business Admin, Elementary Educ. Speech. F! as ,-A '2:.'tI' 286 EARL ANDERSON Geology Sigma Gamma Epsilon, SAB O MARFORIE BENATSON History Phi Alpha Theta "7 PETE BENNETT BILLY B BIGGERT LILLIAN BOADELLA Rad o TV Secondary Ed Hfstory BARBARA BRASHEAR Elementary Ed Delta Delta Delta Student Senate Spurs Panhellenc AWS 63 Home com ng Court Ph Kappa Tau Sweet heart "?' MARIA delSOCORRO JAMES S BROOKS BARBARA BROWDER BRlTO Business Adrnm El9'119'YT6fY Ed Business Adrmn Delta Slgma Pu, Student Senate, VII Tau B916 51077131 PE M3I0V5t BSU lagerg Marching Cavalcade 1" KAREN ANN BOOZER Seconcla y Ed Chenr z g Women s Bus ness Ass n V7 PATTY BRAY Account ng GREGORY BROWN Blology 287 , XA: x fx N x t x l N t NXXNYVX . t My-X X H .lx i e . ' r . Alpha Epsilon Rho Zeta Tau Alpha, Spurs, Golddiggers, i i , ' i ' , . I , 5 , , ' f i , i , E' F 3' l ' l ' 'N Seniors GROVER B. BRYSON Music Ed. MARIETTA BROWN Elementary Ed. AWS, ACE, Sociology, Literary Ass't. MARGIE BRUDER Elementary Ed. Alpha Epsilon Phi, College Players, Hillel BARBARA BUCK English Q x -1 -s 5 415219 L. j xl SARALYN CAMERON Music Kappa Delta, Tau Beta Sigma, TWC Orchestra, Marching Cavalcade W. NORMAN CARTER Civil Engineering ASCE, Joint Engineers Council fi A fi JOHN T. CASADY Physics MIKE A. CASILLAS' Psychology Psi Chi, Pre-Med Club, Sociology Club, Chorus, Student Acfivities Board, "Brigadoon" LUIS CASTELLANOS JOSEPHINE TAYLOR Biological Sciences CLARK Circle K, Orange Key, Scabbard Elementary Education and Blade ,, .. -:P CONNIE M. COLWELL Scoiology Sociology Glub, Student Senate -..L FRED CRAFT, JR. Pre-Law Student Ass'n. Pres., -Student Sen- ate, Student Activities Board, Persh- ing Rifles, Distinguished Military Student. CESAR S. CONTRERAS All Levels Art CHARLES CLAY Philosophy Cosmopolitan Club lVllCl'lEl.l. COFFMAN Elementary Education Class of '66 LUPE CONTRERAS Art Golddiggers, President AWS TOMMY R. COOK Mechanical Eng. -at '23 BERNARD CRAIG, JR. History Newman Club K tgfik f 7 ROBERT CRAWFORD, JR. History Lambda Chi Alpha, Interfaith Coun- cil, Christian Science President l f J I ,. 1 . "P ' ' 1 1 l A 5? ef ,Q ROBERT W. CRAWFORD Business Admin. Honors List, 64-65 'gr 289 N 5 I. rp? Gi? jg - yi 'Q-'Zvi -iff I f 144 , I Q , ,1 I an .2 N- 'rpg 'wg-Q' ji. T ., xl, -F I ggi! '1Dfggi.J MARIE A. DOMINGUEZ Elementary Education 'Z 'fe' : li' ' X. , 7: lx Tl' ' fl l , -S' D V 2 Ip ' gg 'f ." ' h i -If ,nf ' ilfkgfk 'fi -' .Q--,-1.2-1 V J.. 3 'F' - . 'il 3' ...QM PHILIP L. DUNCAN Spam,l1 Plu Kappa Tm, 290 -,.. 'wx 'tr SHARDA PD. DIXIT Metallurgy Cosmopolitan Club DOMINGO DOMINGUEZ Graduate Student fn , -W ,r K f xicx . 'Q ' 1 1, W in -:sv rf Z, .i,f'... W . .il I., . I . 1 "+I, In .li jf! Q' -N , . I ' I W I X'-SQ' ix. DOLORES G, EARLY Elementary Educ. .., --33 JOEL DAM RON Mechanical Engineering RICHARD A. DELGADO Music Education Orchestra PENELOPE DRAHAN Mathematics Outstanding Golddigger '63, Spurs A-IQ 43 .n" , nf-Q eniors CAROLE J. DUNCAN Secondary Education I -f"!T'l'?" i ,Iii vu Q7 1 at MICHAEL L, EARLY BERTHA EINSTEIN Mechanical Engin. Spanish Desert Club Pres., Interfaith Coun- Slgmi Delta Pi PVSSVI Al ha Ch' P If cul, Joun Engun. Coun. pSl'Cl1l .' T U if N ,I "" has ' ,zfiifgfflll mms' :Zl5iifQ9Sf1i"' tilt lfli il' lg. ill' YK -.Nz BENJAMIN M. ESKEW ELVIA M. ESPINO Journalism English and French Prospector Staff, El Burro Staff Class of '66 MARGARET FRANCO Elementary Education REN E FRANCO Biological Sciences DOYAL H. GAITHER Business Aclrnin. Delta Sigma Pi, Student Senate, Scabbard and Blade 'K lf:- MARIA O. GALVAN Modern Languages Newman Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Phrateres if f ' .XM . A x CAROLYN FISK Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, ACE, Student Ac- tivities Board, Student Senate, Dorm Council KATHRYN FITHIAN English Chi Omega tgxffi . 0,41 x X N- xv Y Ju. BEATRIZ GARCIA English ,gif 2, a f-- fix. sz SHARON FISCHER Psychology Phrateres, Chimes, Psi4Chi 'I s.kXN,s.h. ., ' 1 i 'ta r' , V, K f .H h Irvs rug fr K Z .,-,,..... 'Q- is .fo-efdf' X Il ' . I -. X 'Q ' A fe if i cieri x A airy Q.,-v xi. RAFAEL GARCIA Geology RONALD E. GEORGE Q Business Adm. Delta Sigma Pi, Interfraternity Coun. JACKLYN E. GOINS Mathematics Sigma Pi Sigma, Dorm Council, Chimes, Honors '64"65 LESTER GRAU ! guished Military Student, Scabbard 2 U 8. Blade, Student Senate Government Pershing Rifles, Judo Club, Distin- WILLIAM G. GRIIVIES English "-'If hznrx I 'ff'1b"""f-41-. rw Nw...-f S .5-salts 3 . 1 l. AQ!- -- I Q ' 'I' 1 1g 's 1" ,V ' . :H 1 I z I I Y' ryxik . -H . 4. - ii' 'T 9 'l' THOMAS M. HAGEMAN, JR. Psychology Psi Chi JU DY HALL Education RILEY HALL Journalism Prospector, Summer Editor EARL HARRIS Physical Education CHARLES F. HART, Speech and Drama WILLIAM H. HART Arr J RONALD HARVEY Metallurgical Eng. Alpha Phi Omega, AIM SANDY HAYES Elem. Educ. E -A SEA, Phrateres, Student Activities Board, AWS, Chimes -Q1-,Q LENNIE HENDERSON Elem. Educ. Phrateres ' A' I iff? Class of '66 JEAN M. HILL English FAITH HOLCONIBE Education '1""'D .uf 'va SANDRA L. HERRERA Mathematics Interfaith Council Kappa Delta Pi, SEA, Phi Alpha Theta, Honors '64 and '65 Ist' 'If-'ir CECILIA HORNEDO ' Elem. Educ. Phrateres, ACE SHARON A. HUGU Business Administration LINDA KAY HUNT English AWS Judiciary Board KALIKO HUTCHINS Business Administration Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sis erva LEY ters of Min- fi fi f"'5 4-P' .GQ . X . kv? """? ALICE JACKSQN BRUCE JANET DOLORES J. JENKINS English Mining Engin. Secondary Educ. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, AIME, Ste- Tau Beta Sigma, Marching Cavalcade vens Scholar, Orange Key, Student Senate, Honors Council .A ff C2 'I' -of ,A+-. a Fe? JOYCE M, JOHNSON - . English K WALTER R. JOHNSON -L -..lf- j Z QTY' Mathematics m Phi Kappa Tau, Student Senate - CAROLYN SUE JONES Elementary Educ. pg. RTN -'--ls SANDI KAHN Education Miss TWC AMY JON ES Secondary Educ. SAMUEL W. JETTON Business Administration 0 Chimes, Chenrizig, SAB, Student Supreme Court SUSAN KALMANS Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi, Chimes, Pan- hellenic, Hillel, lnterpledge Council .174 Nui 'tv RANDOLPH L. KELLEY Economics Alpha Chi, Sardonyx alfa ,ff-qv ,N 5 JOANNE WALKER KIRBY Secondary Educ. SEA, Prospector Staff, Flowsheet Staff C ass of '66 MARGARET N. LYON Mathematics Young Democrats, Newman Club, Dorm Council JUANITA MAE MCCLELLAN Elementary Educ. WALTER E. MCCULLOCH, JR. Metallurgical Engin. Orange Key, AIME, ASM 1' -,yr 13 .ls- MARIE E. KLENIK Elementary Educ. Chi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, A Chi, A-CE, SEA MARTY LAUREL Journalism Tau Kappa Epsilon, Interfraternity Council, Prospector Staff, Flow- sheet Staff BARBARA LICHT Sociology Zeta Tau Alpha, Spurs, Clwenrizig, Sociology Club RICHARD LOVELACE History Circle K ROGER W. LOVELESS, JR, Business Admin. --.-.3 J xQ I 'ravi f,,xi 1 QQ. HENRY J. LaPOlNTE Elementary Educ. Kappa Delta Pi, ACE Wk X v,.,.f-n, A L A.. .. LX' iso L ., X Q E 'Q yi 'U Fir U x . va if ' lf ' 'QQ :. 'sfo 1 2 " 1 XX 4 '1 ..-..c 'K RONALD LASKOWSKY Elec Engineering IEEE 5 1 "" Y--'17 L... 5. x f 'ui 'xi "":f..-1" 1 . ','k I Z Q-'-rg P ' 2 LW 1 W U . AA f Na ' A ---f Tv,-5 15" . My E -as 295 E13 . gg - T ' ".QL3:-' QE. .TT .A W - Qi f., Tgxfff'-' Q . ,mg " "-,'f,fI,,-" H-il 1 Q 1 'J,.L'.QL, 'E GEORGE MCKENZIE Hisiory Lambda Chi Alpha MARY J. MARTINEZ Biological Science Golddiggers, Orchestra, Phrateres, Newman Club FF as-Q HILDE H. MASON Educafion 296 GRACE MCMAHAN Math Newman Club WILLIE V. MARTINEZ Biological Science Pre-Med. ...,,.,, LAWRENCE E. MATTHEWS Elecfrical Eng. 'Z' CHARLES MADSEN J. ANTONIO MARQUEZ Merallurgical Eng. ELAINE MAXWELL Secondary Ed. Zeta Tau Alpha Metallurgical Eng. Alpha Sigma Mu, Geology Club AIME, Sardonyx, Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma Gamma SHARON l. MAYO Secondary Ed. Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi Alpha Chi, Honors 9 'R-'v Xx Q4 LUZ ELENA MENDEZ Education Sigma Delta Pi, Band, Dean's List SHARI ANN MILLER Elem. Ed. ACE, College Players, Dean's List -f"1. JOSEPH R. MAYS, JR. Psychology Student Activities Board, Stevens Scholar BILL MELVER Mechanical Eng. Mechanical Eng. Society A 1 wb 'W Q ,jx xxx 4- K ,"' 3 v., i ' ' dl ' Vt f Q ffl t .3 Y X P51 V- ' xr' Q. ' -w' X- ...ef ROY D. MERCHANT BARBARA A. MICHELL GREEN R. MILLER Secondary Ed. English Economics Literary Society President Zeta Tau Alpha, Chenrizig, Alpha Student Supreme Court, BSU Presi- Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, dent BOB Nllllfls Spurs, Little Sisters of Minerva Physics CHARLES P. L. Nll-l-CHELL JOSE H. MIRELES Radio-rv French Alpha Epsilon Rho, SAB, KVOF Staff "N" ' 7 A ,--Q 'ws K L ' l . x 5 5 'lx N 9' . . - +1 . ROSALYN J. MORTON Physical Educ. Golddiggers, Phrateres President, Chimes, Orchesis, Flowsheet Queen Finalist, PE Majors ROSALIO MOTA, JR. Pre Law Circle K ALBERT L. NEDOW Business Sigma Alpha Mu President, lnterfra- ternity Council, Hillel .k 'ii' gx NS 'if' 'O' Q--v HAROLD R. NEWMAN LENORE A. NOLES GEOlOQy Secondary Educ. AIME, Alpha Phi Omega, Geology SEA club 298 '43 P0 niors MARY DAVE lVllTCl'lEl.l. Elem. Educ. Student Education Assoc. President ACE, Student Senate, Chimes, Haw thorne Dorm Council EDWARD B. MORGAN, JR. Pre-Med. Pre-Med. Club President, Student Sen ate ETHA L. MORRIS Elem. Educ. ACE 'x N 1 gc ' , 1-rw J ' JOHN H. O'NElLL, Radio-TV KVOF Manager, Alpha dent Senate 4 Ei fi?" JR, SAM PAREDES Biological Sciences Epsilon, 5fU. Phi Kappa Tau, lnterfraternity Coun- cil, Pre-Med Club 1 lf 7 ,,...., X , .I x L. 9:1555 WILLIAM D. PAYNE JUDITH PETERS Educafion Chi Omega JOHN PHELAN Business Adm. -1-'+"'!P ev- ' "If .TIM . ii-ii, 1 EA 5 f"i1,i Ik if . ' i 'II-i YM P ,v r l ' 5 Ii" .QQV I' 5 45 7 -ff, K fl U . . I - ni U ARTHUR PERALTA Secondary Ecluc. PAT PETERSON Psychology Chi Omega President, AWS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs, Chimes, Chen rizig, Student Senate, Panheilemc Golddiggers FLOYD G. PHILLIPS Electrical Eng, IEEE .P ,MN 9 Ps' i T47 "Q.....-H?- a,a ' LI ' vi .. A 1.-'f-5 Phill-P ...-. .. I ., -111' ' -f 'lxrxrfs'-5 ...',"'2'v ..s,'," ' " l Y- fig l-",J'f:1'x'k I Pfgj LHS, Syff.-jig, f-IA, ' Y Y . 1 5 L39 .:...,+ P' .-.' 4-2. ll: A ,b ,mi 1 -Q ., 1-A JUDY PIERCE Elem, Ed. TWC Sun Princess, Student Senate, Sociology Club, BSU, ACE DOSHI RAJENDRA Metallurgical Eng, KENNETH L. RICE, JR. Business Adm. f- -J-s, s -4-"' A Iggy JOHN W. POWELL HECTOR A. QUEVADO RODOLEO R. RAMIREZ Physics Biological Sciences Journalism 0 LOLA E. RILEY English Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda BSU, Chimes, Honors Council Delta, BEVERLY KAY ROACH Mathematics Honors Council President, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs President, Chimes, Chenrizig 4. 5- "U A - L'iZi'fC." I. ti. I bl, JOHN A. REMMIE Physics LEE ANN ROBERSON English Zeta Tau Alpha, UCCF, Interfaith Council s Ars I .3 I I Qi,-, 'C v-'Q -I Q'N E 1 1 is W A r x RITA M. SANICH All Levels Arr X.. x, 'U ax A K f X" ,-"xg ' E-I-11' l . X RX S Cl ss Qf '66 DOLORES SANCH EZ Mathematics ,usa 09 BARBARA SCHAFER Chemistry Tau Beta Sigma, American Chemical Society, Marching Cavalcade f I x xi .T -.,- i- CAROL A. ROBINSON Modern Languages Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Dorm Council, Panhellenic, Student Senate MARTHA D. ROBLES History Phrateres MARIA I. RODRIGUEZ Biological Sciences Phrateres WILLIAM M. ROSS Elec. Eng. lEEE, Newman Club SANDRA Y. ROUSSEAU Elem. Education ACE, SEA STEPH EN SALTZMAN Sigma Alpha Mu lnterfraternity Council GABRIELE SCHUEZ Chemistry , ' , , I S. ' f Q J... 1-. 4 f - 1 Q , ' E L .J M "TZ fisxgli . . U -ff?-fi'-P' .Tp " t f.'157-7"'4?' Q 1.1121 f , we A Q. . . - -3 30I w---I 4?- JOHN SCIALDONE Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi V 1 Y Y N.-+ , Q . I . 'is' JOHNIE SIMPSON Mathematics Society of American Military Engineers Lamplighters A X. . . 4 'f--1 xl t.'!f'. RALPH RUST STRICKLEN ' gge'q,i.x f J, Metallurgical Engineering I I 'LifL'fi,iL'- A,I,M.E, A.s.M. X 'L ,. .. ,1..QE:Lp.Q , 302 BONNIE F. STRICKLIN Speech HERBERT B. SMITH, II Society of American Military Engineers, Presidentg Student Senate, Chess Club f-Q., QW! D 'Sw-1-rf CATHY SUAYDI English Golddiggers, President Orchesis .1 xilc JUSTIN R. SMITH Civil Engineering A.S.C.E., Society of American Military En- gineers, Student Senate, Varsity Track JERRY M. SULLIVAN Mathematics Alpha Phi Omega ,lT."'T-"I rpg: -iv, 'Wswf , fn Jim X - In E f Nik, ""'Jl SYLVIA IRENE TOVAR Mathematics S.E.A., Spurs JAMES ROBERT TOWN ES English Marching Cavalcade, Stevens Scholar, Kappa Kappa Psi TH RESEA ANNE UNDERVVOOD Biological Sciences Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi 9 fel ROSE MARIE UTTERS Elementary Education S.E.A., Popular College Fashion Board fs! is Q LUVY VALDEZ Business Administration vm' ENRIQUE VALENZUELA Electrical Engineering l,E,E.E, JUNE E. VAN CLEAVE Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, President, A.C.E,, S.E.A. X . at i KAREN ELIZABETH WARD Biological Sciences Kappa Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chimes, Chenrizig, Honors Council 303 niors ROSA LEE WATTS Elementary Education lv' A -Q-fvf! WANDA WEIMAN EDWIN O. WILLIAMS, JR. English A.P.O., Student Senate Phrateres, Student Activities Board ft .aff 1-:ol MAX R. WEBER NIARYDELL LEONA WILLIS Elementary Education Lfvx BILI-IE KAY WILSON JOANNE WINTERMUTE WILLIAM R. WUEST VIC YARBROUGH Elefflenfafy ECIUCBYIOU Sociology Geology Metallurgical Engineering Orche-sis, Student Senate, A-CE-1 5-E-PM Phrateres, Sociology Club, Psi-Chi, A.W.S. A.P.O., Interfraternity Council, A.I.M.E 304 MARILEE YOUNG Elementary Education Spurs Alpha Lambda Delta The Alrmghty Senior SARA ZDITOWSKI Modern Languages Alpha Epsnlon Phu Panhellemc Hlllel Student Senate MARGARET ZUMR Secondary Educ Phrateres ROTC Sponsor Senate Student V575 JOHN HARPER x N3 X v 1' '55 . " I 1211111 rw. ..., .. n . 9 w --r . fx x W L N-L' X, ,.. -5- H . , V ,,., W., , 1.-I. 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Bryant Joyce E. Burnife Lorenzo Candelaria Ann Casey .QV .xv-. ---- ----- ,-1 Mary E. Britfon Betty Brunner fk hh 'Nc' VT? Sidney L. Chavers Douglas M. Conlan Jr. "df Sylvia Fernandez V Dwighi Floyd Karen Jones Bull R Knrkwood Sherry Laurrfzen If f,, -lA4DY,,4 704 Ena Lyn Llttlelohn Mary Ellen Lulan Rocky Lynch 'S -9 Sharon Lee ,,,.... Well guess ITS back To the old bicycle' LH 'vi' Joe Lewels Jr s-D if 4-r Judith Ann McDaniel Pete Maddeaux Beatrice Theresa Martinez ,L ff 'ii we 'xg' Nl' 'Af '7 1 'sl Tap sf? Catherine Niece Judy Rachow Bobbie Lee Riley 3l2 Frances Martin Rgbert Meek Joe Mesa, Jr. Arturo Morales Angelina Morena X Diana Rinequist 1151 Chris Roach gd'-1,8 . S455 ""' fm Y-L. Qtgriw D. O Clemencia Ruckman John S. Sanich Peggy Sexton Sara Shafer t . Deedee Sloan Carole Spivey Barbara Stone Karen Tolbut Lois Vannerson Carol Weinberg Carol Ann Walker g 1 N Derry Kay Shu rley Jerry D. Woolsey .x" ,,,,,, J J' ii? Q. , .- ,H F .tier 4 LQ 34 1 E 7, LN 5 al- ,x 'il u . you J NZ 52115 '10 43- 'F l 1, he ax . ,,-, 1 . 13 1 B J i y s 4. 1 img Sandra Basom Benny BaTelle Harold BaTley Maxine Berry 'Ei '65 ,T C37 NN-"VY Patricia Aboud Dale Allan Jan Akerman Yousuf Babfeen ,-fn-T and f"7 Remember Tl'1is??? Tony Black Wally Blair Carol Boyd Jack Brown Mary Kay Butler Carrol Cathey Judy Cliff Ruth Cummings , ,i H 1 iffwrw Nancy Foster Janet Gardner John Gehm Carol Ann Goans Susan Guthrie Barry Handin Carol Hitchens Phyllis Hogg QI' 5. I 4 -A f'5 ' if we 'CT' ily, ' fb il r' e- '. -x ,Q - 71 ,FT Larry Davis Carol Eiting Michael Epstein Joe Fields 'T' ir, 'U if .- Q4 9 , A. :3 -X . X .lust ONE of the many stops and checks. 317 Our first pantie raid! It looks as if we are getting a little campus action! Coach Dobbs at the first pep rally. fs' f plug! .': ,.,,. ? l ':YTJ'?h Ne' - Kenneth Kimbrough Sherry Krechbaum Page Knocle Linda Leonard William Lovelady Albert Nelson Becky Newman Diane McAdams r"' -8 Wally Holt Donna Hoover Bob Howard Frank Hoy lbraheem Hussain Jim .lobst Gail Jones Sheila Kerns ef., 1 'VS' K 145 I Q- I KR s-.3 Aria McMurtrie Martha Leslie Allen Mendel Martha Miles -E5 fQ 'Cy J' '47 M X if All ,,.,4 QI' 6' Do they really know what they are getting info? 320 ffl' "3 ,Q .1 . Y .11 -r Ruth Ann Miller Sara Miller Kay Morron Claire Orr Linda Perkins John Powers Vickie Prasser Kay Ray Jeannie Rhoacles Paul Ruebush Marcia Salcedo Pam Seifz hllllllll X A l 'v - ! l E l - YCQAF J V XT xi! C f ' Yllll 1 I .if i F, 1. ,fl Q ' 1. ii ',"x xy,- 'AU Q5 4 "'-why ,F , , 5-y-1x A Dis" ,fur . 4 A ,I x 1-'wc " 5-fa. , X fe.. 4 , . . ,,. l , . ,x . no xf , -4- - , -1- ., vi,- - . .f-.er . QYSQSJ V . ,.A -- 9: . , ' A, Xtaxlvs.. 3 Qt. 1. Q. . . V , X' ,Jj fel I l .- WQJ, hx 1 t rf. vl, . -- r'-' . ,Q ,,x-4'-r,"fS,, ,-:Q--' 'ww FA QA '. r-.' .' W" ' ' , I ,. a"" '-'A-5'-3bg:grf9f??'-p'wsQ1'f"'F.., If -,2v:'f1.,4ls-' ' g. ' -G Q , f ' -'--'w ,.,'1V-wp-'ur 1.5 ' f if r--: in AQ Q, ' A ' 1 k ' ' A . V My 1 H r H .4 . - ' .S A , , The ignorant man marvels at the exceptional- the wise man marvels at the commong the greatest wonder of all is the regularity of nature. I rv Linda Schrock Mary Shafer Brenda Simpson Paula Smith gb 1,- 5-.f ilil Who is having more fun, The fellas or The gals? our' 9-wr lf..-1 Sandra Stroop Brenda Tidwell Martha Toney Carol TripleTT Paula Turner Carol Van Dyke Raul Vasquez Ann Walsh Shirley Phon Wear Whutaker Frances Joseph Van Wlckel Yacono gasp Grattar George Yarby N arbrough Getting ready for the holidays and the parties. Christmas ns here BQBIH7 ,"" .4-4' ' a - .1 ,p ..,, -a+g"',' 'Q , -' 91 -5 '. , :ff I , .. "iw f 'f v . 1 hz. M," 4' .. '. f' iff-'1 far' 'wi' .v J, 1 I "Q,-I. -5.5 if iN- INV.-9 . 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Bowen Liz Breland Stephanie Burnett David Burns Mario Burrull Elizabeth Butterworth 1 1 326 :L Laura Ellen Bryan Daniel R. Cardenas Jane Ann Carr Michael Carrasco Frederick Castle Russell D. Cole Mary Ann Cook Ann Coston Charlene Dietrich Terry Dolan Clifton Gorado Douglas R. Baird Fred Dryden Jay Duncan Eloise Emery Karen Dale Falwell ,Q- avi lOx Michael W. Coursan Kathy Crandall Sherri Ann Creteau Brooks A. Dawson Diane Dick Bettye Dickerson .c.l lllEffl'7 ll til Sus , ' , 'ill .X ff Y Q if ff 'a :'. F"f":Hlif:..1, .- -1 " , -A . .ff l fr? Q l Q... i l A l l val Na T? XS kv 327 .L ' Tk l l l i ff l lsr 1-5 ii' x T27 'r 'i?l - 43 A -an , - 'F--"A, .I N J x sfY'5vf5 . T -. 'H I:,...'.a.:.I.. '.1 , Ay gy' xb- Patricia A. Gilleland James D. Givens, Jr. Joe Gomez Edmund Gorge Kent Goudloe Carolyn Greene Estela Fernandez Russell Fetters Marc Floyd Harold Frank Tom Galloway Diane Garman Margaret George Terry Giles Sharla Jeane Griffin Walter Guilford Diane Gulczynski Janine Hall 328 Andre Heinlein Maurice Heller Hope Hilchens Stanley Hill Gary Hill Margne Malone Johnnie Martin Luther Martin Susan Martsn Cuny Matthew Linda Himel Patricia E. Hutton Arthur Ingle Herbert S. Jennings Pennye Johnston Linda Joy Jones David Karns Barbara Kung Lnnda Lee Lewis Kenneth Loren Tommy Lott Danny Mayor va -Q , ,. LJ r N-fx J K L I L l X 3 Pam Kohlrnan Jeffrey R Krantz -7 Henry de Ia Garza Sally Langley Nancy J Lehr James Lnvlngston '21 . rf 1 l ft 4 J Kc Q' ,vb 'A if 5 Q , X :Mit J . . f . ' :I 1 U .L X xx- X , 5 ak G ' ' , - J f 'AHF 'L t. , ,:.Q A f l f Johnny Nance Ann Nance Doug Neal John Niland Marsha K. Nelson Sandra G. Phillips Richard McCloskey David McCoy Larry McKee Linda McMahan Jeff B. Miller Antoinette Mora George Moreland Cathy Myers Patrick Pope Carol Ann Potts Madeline Prager Clyde Puckett Bill Puckett Patrick Quinn Phillis A. Raffaelli Josephine Richards Wllllam Roach Hugo Romero Wullram J Rosecra Roy Salome Sherre Rutherford Vlrgnnua Schneider John Scott Bud Seltz Ruth Stalllnorth Janice Sanders Patrncla Stapleton Frank Stephenson Jeanne Stone Gayle Swift Joseph Tessandoru Oween Lee Tumey Carol: Valencia Pete Vaughn Mlchael Webb Denise Whutley Marvln Whxttlngto " . ,Jr. . . . . Q -lv-H" '5',e lrlgpl gxli 0-41 ve--r J. Q , i 1. T- 5 A X l A I ,JA .a .. 1 X , I .. ' w l Mike Wiseman Nathaniel Willis Judi Worsham Al Wood Nancy Wyche , 5 Ernesto Morales Gary Swenson A. D Maris White Raymond Laakso David Marcum Abdolnal Amadi 'l'mmV Knolls Freshman Eileen Groff gets her first big taste of Texas Western. pl' .Q,f' 4- '- .- -:ru 3?!7zgQ: iz' .. ' If ffl' T-,qi gf- .- 'N' ' of? A ,f -a 54:31 65 1 Student Association President Fred Craft is getting some happy and bewildered looks from a few of the freshman girls. It must have been good news! sf' .41 ' 4? 'ff' ,fs QF. 'P ' ffl, These fellas must have picked up the assembly line method. ,. Q xi.. q-. .0 -wp-. wp- ... S.. M.. Hint .HN-. , W - cgkg. f, 1 . - .:r'Y . .. '.g:'t. ' .f ---A" K-'::4t" -V-s A f- wfvxx ' ' "' .. V , . , 1- fskfssrv ' . A Y . wqj. .:- X A--,-g . Xe? YRQKSK w '7"91 k R,523. N5 ' - 9 -:sfviwx A 5-313 ' 2 4:11351 xi-' xilg ,. ,-aww:-1-'. . .TY :-- -, V ww . , .x.1,-,-,.,Y!,'M.43'- x Q-Vx.. ,Qmffg 11' 'N -.:- X-.Q , W -,gg ,...-iv X- , . ' L .. ,-w.,.x..A .--. -. x-ww-v . f m,I..1k V H N ,gy K-Q14g7p.,,w.p,-'-xqq.'wy?gU3!4-,Q5,,4,'SxgxF:Q'L ' ' ' r h X ww., X ,A X. an OKAY . . . now that youlve got it Wl1at are you going to do with it? You can hang it on tl1e wall and forget about it. You can go out ater a couple of companion pieces that read M.A. a11d PH. D. You can put it away a11d bring it out for class reunions. What you do with your diploma is your business BUT . . What you do with what you've learned as an undergraduate C311 be everybody's business, if you put that learning a11d the intelligence you are gifted with to work for the things in which you really believe. IF THIS sounds like a lecture, it is! lllE lllllllll llllll5I! DOWNTOWN AND BASSETT H i Z Q? I 121 xi- ii -ac ,ho ohh ,- '75 I VON ZELLS Studio of Photography "We are happy +o be your official school phofographerf' 565-9282 44l 5 Pershing X x ' of YT N 3 Y-4 T7 N f I I 1 Faculty and Staff Abernethy, Dr. Lonnie ............. ....... 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Phillips . .. 114 Davis, Velma ..... ... 116 Blevins, Leon W. ..... .... 1 05 Dawkins, Dr. Lola .. 114 Blue, Dr. Michael H. . ..... 111 Day, Dr. James .... ... 116 Bolen, Dr. Max C. .. .. 110, 111 Denny, John W. ..... ...... . .. 90 Bovard, Gerald R. .. ..... 115 De Vries, Dr. Charles ... ...... .... 112 Boyer, Delmar L. . . .... 103 Dobbs, Bobby ...... 227, 232, 236 Brand, Michael .... ... 91 Duke, Mrs. Eleanor .. ....... .. 109 Brewer, Fred M. .... .. 118 Duke, Peggy ...... .. 80 Briggs, Ralph .,..... ..... 9 9 Dureiz, Dr. Philip .. .. 91 Buckner, Mrs. Florence ....... 114 Early, Doug ....... .... 7 6 Burns, Dr. Richard ..... ... 73, 117 Edwards, Kenneth S. ... 101 Cabaness, W. R. ... ..... 112 Ehmann, F. A. .... . 92 Cardgnl , , . . . ElCl'1el', Eugene . . . . . Carpenter, Ken .. ..... 79 Eicher, Lorraine .. .. 99 Caseras, Lydia .... ........ 8 0 Eidbo, Dr. Olav 100 Cavalleri, James .... ... 77, 226 Ehrlinger, Henry P. . ... 226 Cervenka, Clarence ,. ...... 79 Etheridge, C. L. .. 84 Chandrakant, Shah ... .. 104 Farraro, J. T. ...... ... 112 Chavez, Abraham, Jr. .. 189 Fisher, Dr. William .. ... 117 Chrapliwy, Dr. Peter . .. 109 Foulds, Jon M. .... 113 W cc-:ca :I 2:1:1:2:::: as-me r:2:2:2:2: 22215: s:2:2:1:1: me M W am: was was E 3 3 :" -f' Jri' ' --:f: ,"', .-4- .friilfr-js "" s :Eiga '--' 525 ,.....:: 2 rfcrrrr ,... 5 1 1' 1 E J ,..- -.,i 2 ...I .,.. . -'.-4,.. I ..,,,,,,. E '- 3 Q EL PASO NATURAL GAS COMPANY 338 I Foster, Dr. A. M. ........................ . Francis, Nellie ..... Freeland, Donald K. . Friedman, Rosemarie Fruithandler, Charles Garcia, Carlos ......................... Gerecke, Harry E. Jr. .................. . . Gladman, Charles H. Glardon, Mrs. Lyn . Gourd, William ..... 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' . 326 Anderson, Earl Wynn .. ... 26, 28, 195, 286 Baskin, Larry . .. .......... .. 163, 195 Anderson, Joey ...... .......... 1 43, 269 065001, Sandra 1481 174, 176, 316 Anderggnl John , , 153, 159, 270, 303 Bates, Cherryl . .. ............. .. 143 Andress, Luida ... ............ 149 Batellef Be"1V1Y --- "' 316 Angell, Pam .... ... ...,.... 147 Bates, Leroy --- -- 171 Anthony, Oralie . . .. . 326 BBTl9Yf Hafold --- " 316 Apodaca, Mary .... . . . 188 BBTVGSI 55011590 ' - - ' ' 259 Archuleta, Kathleen . . . . . 35, 41 133111 -leffeft' ---- ' ' ' ' 163 Arciniega, Charlie . ........ 236 B3Ud010f 1-01-115 - ' - "" " 253 Arellano, Belinda . .. 187, 326 Baxter, 10m ... . . 157, 308 Bean Loulse Beard Jerry Beatty Carol Ann Beavers Clodene Beavers Penny Becker Shannon Beckerman Judy Behrens Gmny Beter Hazelle Belk Mac Belt Fred Benatson Mar1or1e Benavndez Carmen Bendalnn Barbara Bennett Jack Bennett Pete Berry Maxnne Best John Buckley Martha Brggert Blly B Blrdwell Bll Blackburn Carolyn Blalr Wally Blake Tony Blaugrund Rosanne 6 28 7 326 2 7 216 217 7 6 6 Blazuer John 27 28 218 268 270 276 7 Blum Thomas Blythe Stanley Boadella Lrll an Bomback David Boone Wade Boozer Karen Ann 4 7 Border Jacquelyn Borutt Lola Bo zr Sal J Bostwrck Ron Botter Grnny Bourque Eugene Bovey Robert Bowden Frances Bowen Kenneth Boyd Carol Boyd Make Boyd Ttrn Bradford Nancy Brandt Les Brashear Barbara Bray Patty Breeland Pam Breeman Rose Breland Luz Brennand Jenny Brsdges John Bruto Mana del Socorro Brltton Mary Brokate Howard Brooks James S Browder Barbara Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Charlene Cynda Gregory Jac Marretta Nancy 136 2 7 4 7 7 87 7 6 I I1 Il,Ll.u-.H og I I I 1 1l'mIllll1'l UPUIIB r 111 8163152111 1' mlelmnll ll , H mlnatu. 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Cole . . . 160 J0hr150n, Bob , , , , , 205, 206 Hollowell, John ... . .. 171 Johnson, Carol ... ... . . .. 44 Holmes, David . . . ...... 164 J0hn50r1 Joyce , , ,,,, , , , 294 Holt, Wally ..... .. 147, 319 Johnson, Lynn .... . .. 190, 191 Hoover, Donna . .. .. . 177, 319 Johnson, Ronald . . . . . . 164 Hopkins, Charlie .. ...... 275 Johnson Ronnie . .. .. . . . . 165 Hopper, Gary . . . ..... 165 Johnson Sandy . . . . . 140, 158 Hornedo, Cecilia . . . .. 293 Johnson Susan . . ......., . . . . 176 Hotten, William ..... 167 Johnson, Walter . .. ........ . 164, 294 Howard, Bob . .. ................... 159, 319 Jonston, Betsy ..... . . . 140, ,174, 176, 220 Hoy, Frank .......................... 156, 319 Johnston, Pennye ............ . 329 Hughes, Chuck . . . 228 230, 231, 237, 238, 239, Johnstone, Ruth Ann . . . . . . . . 35, 40 242, 245 Jones Amy ....,.... . . , 218, 294 Hughes, Craig .... ....... 1 67 Jones Carolyn Sue . . . . . . . 294 Hughes, Margo . . . . . 136, 138 Jones, David ..... . . 164 Hughes, Thomas ...... ..... 1 67 Jones D'Laine . . . . . . 44 Huguley, Sharon ......... . . . 293 Jones Gail .............................. 319 Hulbert, Alfred Joseph .. 22, 29 Jones Karen 26 44, 46, 57, 142, 174, 175, 278, Hulleck, Kathy ...... ... 148 311 Humphreys, Jimmy ... ..... 261 101165, KEY ---- - - -- 149 Hunsicker, Dave .... . . 152, 159 Jones Leslie ---- ----- 1 42 1.1UnS1Cken Doug I l ,..., 159 Jones Linda Joy . .. ... 188, 329 1.1Un1, Kenne1h .,,, H 155 310 Jones Willard ... .........,......... .. 171 Hum, Linda Kay I, ,,,,. 293 JUHQ, Bill . . . ................... 267, 277 Hussain, ,bmeem H H, 319 Kahn, Sandy ... ... 25, 42, 185, 214, 215, 294 1.1U1Ch1nS, DOna1d H, .,,.,.,,,,. 158 Kalman, Berk .. .................. ... 162 Hutchins, 14511145 .. ... 147, 168, 293 Kalmansf SUSHH -- --- 138' 1751 294 1.1U1,nan, Mark In ,,,.,,,,. 186 Kaplan, Robert ... ..... . . . .. 163 Hutton, Patricia . . . . . . 329 Karger, A11 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 160 Hyde, Ron ,U .H 310 Karger, Candy ... .. 144 1nQ1e, Anhur , U , 329 Karns, David . . . . 329 1ng,a,n, John , H ,,.', 165 Kefe, Virginia .... .... 187 1ng,a,n, 1-Onn , , I I 1 153, 164 Kelley, Randolph . . . . 29, 294 Ingram, Walter . . . . . . 268, 277 Kemp' Teffv ""' ' ' 454 140 lnmon Cam 1 H 188 200 Kennedy, John .... . . 258, 259 , y . . . , . Jackson, Alice . . . .......... 294 Kennedy' Mfargarel ' ' ' ' ' 51' 148 Jackson Eugene 234 242 243 Kennedy, Mike .... ....... 2 07 ' "' "' ' ' Kernan, Kathleen ... ... 144, 168 Jackson, Nikki .. ......... 148 Karns, 5he11a ,.,. H 144, 319 Janet, Bruce . . . . . . 26, 29, 294 Kimball, Karen , , , , , 1 , , 145 Jaynes, Robert . .. .......... 167 Kimble, Jack . . . . . . . 171 Kimbrough, Kenneth ..... 319 Little, Louise ...... , , 141, 200 King, Barbara ..... .. . 145, 329 Littlejohn, Ena Lyn . . ,, , ,, 311 King, William .... ..... 1 66 Livingston, James ,,,,, , 329 Kirby, Jo Anne W. . . . . . 295 Lotton, Jay ....... . . 268, 276 Kirkwood, Bill R. .. . .. 311 Lopez, Albert ... ,,,,, 181 Kistenmacher, Eric . .... 220 Lopez, Patricia ,, 188 Klenick, Marie E. . . . ...... 295 Loren, Kenneth . . , , 329 Knotts, Donna . . . . . 176, 195 1-011, 1-0VT1mY .... . . . 329 Knotts, Jimmy Lovelace, Richard . . . .... . 295 Knoder Page ,, ,,,,,, 319 Lovelady, William ...... .. 171, 319 Kohlman, Pam ,U H, 143, 329 Loveless, Roger W., Jr. ... ..... 295 Kramp, Mary ,,,, .,,,, 1 40 Lujan, Linda .......... ........,, 1 88 Kramzl Jeffery , H U 163' 329 Lujan, Mary Ellen . .. . . 188, 194, 311 Krechbaurn, Sherry ... .... 319 LYUCLH Rocky --- --..... . 311 Kretzschmar, Glenda . . . 145 LYON, B013 ------- . . 193 Krdpp, Gerald L. .... ... 197 LYON. Margaret N- .. .. 295 Kuberski, Richard ... ... 275 1-Yonsf GGVY ----- -- .. 166 Laakso, Raymond .. .... 332 Madaa. Rabart - -- .. 261 Lafferty, Phyllis . . ...... 143 Maddaawx, P919 - - - . . 312 Lanaux, Rita ..... , , 140, Q69 Madsen, Charles . .. . . 296 Landsman, Bonnie . ...... 187 Mahioodf B9111' -- .. 176 Langberg, Larry .. 1, , 164 Mai, Jeannie .. ... 141 Langley, Sally .... ,,, 329 Major, Danny ... ..... 329 Lankford, Bonnie .. 1 H 133 Malone, Margie . .. . . 188, 329 Lawrie, Richard .. ... 187 Mafwm, David - - . .. 332 LaPointe, Henry J. .. ... 295 Maness, Pauline . .. . . 147 I-agkgwgkyl Rgnald 1 1 1 1 1 1 295 MBFCUS, Ruth Ellen . . , , 138 Lama, David .... ................. 2 51 Mara-2140, Lynn ----- .. . . . . . 192 Laurel, Marty ..... 30, 153, 158, 200, 295 Mafflllezf -1- Antonia -- -..--.--. 296 Lauritzen, Sherry .... ........ 1 37, 144 311 Marsh' MBVQGVST Am --- --- 51, 137, 147 Leach, Diana ,,,, '...,..'. 1 AG Martin, Frances ...... ,,,,,,,,, 3 12 Leach, Dick .... 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Q 41 Miles, Martha . . . . . 145, 174, 319 MCMahaifi, Beverly D i l . . i 56, 148 Mlllell Green -4- --- 156, 218' 297 McMahan, Grace ... . . . . . . . . 296 Miller, Jett ...... 159, 330 NiCMahanl Lynda i '...'. 145, 330 Miller, linda -- - -.-'--- 190 lvieivlaririe, Arie .. 142, 168, 319 Mlllef Noel --- -- 1441 193 Nance, Ann ..... ........ . . 330 Miller, Ronald ... ....... 159 Nance, Jonny in . H 330 Mlllef RU1l'1 Ann -- ---------- 320 Nava, Vicki .... ............. 2 62 Miller, Sally Bell -- 140, 175, 217 Neel, Doug ...... ............. 1 59,330 Miller Sara ....... ..... 1 45 320 Neddvvl Aibeini H H 153, 162, 200, Q98 Mlllef 5l1allA'1l1 ------ 297 Neece, Katherine . .......... 147, 174 Milliken, Kendall ... ... 159 Neesenl Dennis H I , , ,I 167 Mims, Bob ....... ... 297 Neland John . . . . . . 167 Mireles, Jose ...... .. . 297 Nelson, Albert . . . . . 319 Mitchell, Charles P. 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Robinson, Carol Anne .... Robinson, Lee Anne Robinson, Sandi .,... Robles, Martha D. Rodgers, Larry .... Rodriguez, Gloria . . . Rodriquez, Maria l. Rodriguez, Reuben .... Rodriquez, Yolanda .. Roe, Floy Ana Roias, Sylvia . .. Romero, Hugo .. Rosado, David ........ 23, 36, 146, 179, .. 17,18, Rose, Terry ............ Rosecrans, William J., Jr. Rosen, Jo An ........ Rosenblum, Bernie Ross, William M, .. Roth, Marvin ........ Rousseau, Sandra Y. .. Rubin, Beth ....... Rubocki, Mary Kay Rucker, Johnny ...... Ruckman, Clemencia Ruebush, Reginald Paul 192 Ruggirello, Rick . , , , 164 271 Ruiz, Carlos ..... ,, , 23, 30 270 Rumsey, Larry , . . . , 241 300 Runkle, James . .. .... . 165 312 Rutherford, Sherre . ,. .. . 188, 331 331 Saavedra, Alex . .............. 261 169 Salcedo, Marcia . .. 62, 176, 269, 320 300 Salome, Roy ...... ...................... 3 31 148 Saltzman, Stephen 30, 152, 153, 162, 218 301 301 147 Sanders, Jon ..... . 141 181 Sanders, Janice . . . . 269, 331 301 S6l'1lCl1, John S. . ..... 313 187 Sanich, Rita M. ... ... 301 182 Eancllgez, gecil . . . ..... anc ez, oores . ....... . 30' seven, Linda .... iss, 184 272 Sawyer, Gale ..... . 145 W2 Sawyer, Gay . .. .. . 263 149 Schafer, Barbara . . 301 195 Schmidt, Robert . .. . 171 331 Schneider, Virginia ..... 331 271 Schreibstein, Bert ...... 275 165 Schrock, Linda ...................... 190, 321 331 Schuez, Gabriele .......................... 301 138 193 301 184 301 138 148 165 313 320 ROBERT E. NICKEE GENERAL CONTRACTOR, INC. EL PASO-DALLAS-LOS ANGELES-SANTA FE Schuller, Virginia .. Schuman, Jeri ... Schweidel, Judy . .. Scialdone, John .. Scott, John .... Seegar, Ronald .... Segalman, Ralph Seitz, Bud ...... Seitz, Pam ..... Sexton, Peggy . .. Shafer, Sara Shafer, Mary .. Shaffer, Linda .. Shanley, Helen .. Shaw, Max .... Shed, Nevil .. Sherrell, Sue .. Shirley, Joe ....... Sherwin, Joe ....... Shreibstein, Richard . .. Shurley, Derry Key . .. Shurley, Elizabeth . .. Simon, Sam ....... Simpson,,Brenda . .. Simpson, Johnnie Simpson, Nicki Sloan, Deedee . .. Sloan, Frank .... Smith Charles L. ., Smith Herbert .. Smith Jim .. Smith Joe . . . Smith Johnny . .. Smith, Judy ... Smith Justin .. Smith Luida . . Smith, Paula Smith Rebecca . . . Smith, Tyrone . .. Solla, Elizabeth . .. Sommers, Dan . . . .. Sonnichsonk, Nancy Sorensen, Ted ..... Spady, Ann ...... Spence, Mike ....... Spitzberg, Elly Mae Spitzer, Dick ...... Spivey, Carole .. Stallinorth, Ruth .... Stapleton, Patricia Starkey, Galen ..... Stavlo, Don ..... Steinman, Alice Stephens, Jor ..... Stephens, Martha Sue .. 137, 140, 268, 35,38, 142 147, 174, 175 263, 269 200 148 270, 302 276, 331 277 184 167, 331 168 320 201,313 .. 136, .. 23, 142 146, 248 143, 30, 269, 145, 27, 195 35, 36, 57, 61, 63, 167, .. 48, 51, Stephenson, John .... .................. Stevens, Billy ...... .. 230, 231, 239, Stevenson, Frank . . . . . Stevenson, Kay . . . Stevenson, Mary . . . Stewart, Judy .. Stokes, Marion . . Stone, Barbara .. Stone, Jeanie Stoup, Dan Sout, Chuck . . Strauss, Barry ..... Stricklen, Ralph . . . 194 243 . ff'i21A,' 1447, 168 Lael 313 321 168 185 193 252 188 259 162 210 313 169 276 321 302 137 313 237 171 302 237 160 164 142 302 188 321 187 258 177 260 140 270 187 171 263 164 313 331 331 277 195 141 182 140 167 245 331 62 141 269 207 313 331 180 257 167 302 OPERATED BY PI-INCIIKE COTTAGE COMPLETE PARTY AND BANQUET FACILITIES DON WADSWORTH DIA'- Serving 33 styles of the lightest, ,,,,,,,,, 4 Lf ,,, fiuffaesf PANCAKES ,,,,,f i rrs 7 2 T-1-' ROBINSON you have ever lttt g IAI ws, ,Em Qifizi- - - ' "ff wsstsrm 5 eaten '-"" i:,,,1, S zszsniioiirlu MssA Stricklin, Bonnie . . .......... 302 Stroope, Sandra . . . .. . 177, 182 322 Suaydi, Cathy . .. ...... 194 302 Sullivan, Jerry ... ... 154, 302 Sweat, Judy . .. ... 194 Swenson, Gary . .. 332 Swift, Gayle ....... .... 3 31 Sykes, Daisy ........ ..... 1 75 Tankersley, Mary Ann .. . 179 183 Tanzy, Betty ....... ..... 1 90 Taylor, Les ,.... .. 258, 259 Telles, Patsy .,... ..... 1 81 Templeton, June . .. . . 176, 194 Tenorio, Val ..... .. . 236 Terrill, Susan ..... .... . .. ... 143 Tessandori, Joseph .. ................. 331 Thomas, Bob ..... .. 31, 214, 215, 216, 217 Thomas, Karen Jo .. ................ 141 Thomas, Pat ..... ...... 1 88 Thompson, Dave . .. .. . 276, 277 Thompson, Fred . .. ....... . 193 Thompson, Gary . . . . . 35, 59, 171 Thompson, Kenneth . .. ....... . 181 Tidwell, Brenda .... ....... I 76, 322 Timko, Tim , .. ....................... . 237 Tinkler, Duane .............. 31, 268, 276, 277 Todaro, Jeannie . . . 25, 174, 175, 200, 204, 206, 207 'Tolbut, Karen ............................ 313 Tole, ,Francis . .. ...,...,........ . . 148 Tomberlin, Bill .................... . 236 Toney, Martha .. 35, 45, 145, 169, 201, 322 Toohy, Stephen ...... ................... I 63 Tovar, Sylvia Irene ..... ........... 3 03 Townes, James Robert ....... 25, 31, 303 Treat, Gail ............ 35, 37, 57, 143 Trevithick, Lee Shannon . . . .......... . 171 Triplett, Carol ..,...... .. . 169, 322 Trollinger, John .. ...... 200 Tubbs, Ken ........ . . . 200 Tumey, Oween Lee ,... . . . 331 Turner, Paula .... ...... . . . 332 Underwood, Thresea Anne .. 303 Upshaw, Kathy ......... . . . 140 Utters, Rose Marie . ..... 303 Valdez, Luvy .... ...... 3 03 Valencia, Carol . . . . 133, 331 Valencia, Yolanda ... .... 188 Valenzuela, Enrique .. ......... 303 Valenzuela, Rene .... ........... 2 77 Valtr, Jim ...... 267, 274, 277 Books Record Progress -i :NZ X eeifig' 4fES:l4Q77 ff' 'ge ak X ' X5 X - ' - r-KX 5 P- - we 8 1 1 ond We Sell Books . . . See Us Also When You Need Class Rings Drugs Sundries Greeting Cards Gifts for All Occasions Stationery College Jewelry Complete Line of Paperbacks Art Supplies Pictures and Frames Decals of All Kinds Giff Wrapping Supplies TWC Bookstore Weir, Shirley .. Weisheit, Jon .. Welk, Martin .. Wells, Bob Werner, Stafrf .. West, Charles Whitley, Denise Whitley, Larry ..... Whitaker, Rhon Ellen Whitlock, Bob ..... White, A. D'maris Whitte, Carleton Whittington, Marvin Wilkerson, Bill .... Wilkes, Nancy .... Williams, Edwin O. . Williams George .. Williams, Karen ,. Williams Sherry .. Williams, Zeak .... Willis, Marydell Leona Willis, Nathaniel .... Van Cleave, June ... ... 303 Van Dyke, Carol . .. ....... . 322 Varecek, Beniamin . .. ............ . 164 Vannerson, Lois .... ....... 1 43, 175, 313 Van Wickel, Frances . . .. . 43, 45, 59, 144, 323 Vargas, Letecia ..,. .......... 1 74, 195 Vargas, Lydia .. ...... 174 Vasquez, Piti . .. .. . 229, 238 Vasquez, Raul .. ..... 322 Vaughn, Pete .... ... 331 Waide, Jo Ruth .. ..... 147 Wakeen, Charles .. ... 153, 156 Walker, Carol Ann ... .... . 313 Walker, David ..... ......... 2 40 Walker, Frank .. ............ 275 Wallace, Bob ... ... 233, 239, 240 Walsh, Ann ... .... 177, 322 Walsh, Bill .... .......... 2 68 Walsh, Ray ...... ............ 1 65 Ward, Karen Eliz. . .. 22, 145 185, 303 Waters, Barry .... ..,.............. 1 64 Waters, Earle .. .................... 164 Watson, Ron ..... 205, 206, 268, 274, 276 Watts, Rosa Lee . .. ................. . 304 Weaterall, Richard .. 186, 223 Webb, Michael ,. ..,... 331 Webb, Tom ,..... .... 1 95, 221 Weber, Max R. .. ............ 304 Weeks, Dick 229, 232, 238 Weick, Martin .. ........... 275 Weiland, Mike .... .. 153, 160 Weiland, Pat ..,. ........ 1 60 Weirnan, Wanda . ....... 192, 304 Weinberg, Carol . ... 138, 193, 313 Wilson, Billie Kay .. Wilson, Charlie Wilson, Deda .... Wilson, Mike .... Wingate, Jimmy .... Wingo, Linda ....... Wintermute, Jo Anne Wiseman, Mike Witt, Brad .... Womack, John . . Wood, Al ....... Woodrich, Carl J. . .. Woolsey, Gerald . .. Woolsey, Jerry D. Woisham, Judi Worsley, Willie .... Worthington, William Wosika, Sharon Wright, T. R., Jr. ... Wuest, William R. Wyche, Nancy ..... Yacono, Joseph .. Yarbro, Rusty ..... Yarbrough, George . Yarbrough, Linda .. Yarbrough, Mark . .. Yarbrough, Vic .... Yarby, Brattar Yockey, Jim .... Young, Marilee .. Zditowski, Sara .. Zeretzke, Jan . . . Zimmer, Diane .. Zimmer, Harry .. Zimmer, Walter .... 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University of Texas at El Paso - Flowsheet Yearbook (El Paso, TX) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

University of Texas at El Paso - Flowsheet Yearbook (El Paso, TX) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

University of Texas at El Paso - Flowsheet Yearbook (El Paso, TX) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

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