University of Texas Pan American - El Bronco Yearbook (Edinburg, TX)

 - Class of 1965

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W-,LZ I 33 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING X923 Qi GD I cb QD Q T9 1 GD PUS 1 NAXBXNN R I -M mu- .. . 0 nxxxw QI I . I W NN-xwvw-E fi A Q E Q N X 3 I X I NQNIKNSQXXIXIXSN 1 K V j- ' X fmiw X INN xx Dlx EL BRONCO '65 PAN AMERICAN COLLEGE VOLUME XIII TABLE OF CONTENTS I. ADMINISTRATION III. ACTIVITIES EDINBURG, TEXAS Il. DEPARTMENTS IV. PAN AMERICAN ROYA LTY V. ORGANIZATIONS VI. FINE ARTS VIII. CLASSES X. INDEX VII. SPORTS IX. FILE I3 I, if-,ff , ,mfg -f . ,LV 'pm R,-,. Y I fn., 4X,f,j,: 1. I iq. . 1 ' 'v rw, , Qwuzjf: iiggszilfg. 's 1 Q . 51-Q1 n1'lv'g5:'f'ff 'fgfff 15,55 'gf IW I IH Mig rf, ff! ,y MQ, , X INTRODUCTION TO PAN AMERICAN The paThways of learning have led many sTudenTs To The campus of Pan American College. Each one has broughT wiTh him The flavor of his own culfural background and iT is here ThaT These are blended To- geTher giving The College The name iT deserves. Pan American College is honored wiTh The presence of sTudenTs from several diTferenT counTries as well as from many of our fiffy sTaTes. WiTh Travel-Time whaf iT is Today iT is no longer enough for The college graduaTe To be aware only of his own area and culTure. He musT be prepared To meeT and undersTand The posiTion of oTher world culfural groups. Here aT Pan American College The exchange of ThoughTs, ideas and inTormaTion provides The sTudenT with The opporTuniTy To develop his undersTanding of The philosophy of ofhers and The means for communicaT- ing his own ideas and ideals. Li Y A YEAR FOR PROGRESS REGENTS' PRESIDENT PROUD OF PAN AM PAN AMERWAN srunv couRsE LED BY DEAN PAN AM COLLEGE COMPLETES SELF STUDY STATE SUPPORT BEGINS IN '65 TUITION BOOST BEING CONSIDERED BOARD OF REGENTS HOST OPEN HOUSE SALARY INCREASE APPROVED BY BOARD PAN AMERICAN COLLEGE ANNUAL DEDICATED TO PAST REGENTS ADMINISTRATION Joe E. Chapel President Linn Ti' i Glenn White C. E. Koen Moulton lTyl Cobb Vice-President Secretary Weslaco Donna Edinburg BOARD OF REGENTS We, The 1965 El Bronco STaff on behalf of The sTudenT body, wish To saluTe The Board of RegenTs of This and pasT years. IT is Through The services performed by each and every Board member ThaT Pan American has arrived aT This poinf in iTs growTh. They have made iT possible for many sTudenTs of The Rio Grande Valley and The world To a1Tend college. Our Thanks go To you, Mr. Joe Chapa, Mr. Moulfon Cobb, Mr. Shelley Collier, Jr., Mr. D. V. Guerra, Mrs. M. W. Held, Mr. C. E. Koen, Mr. O. A. Terry, Mr. A. A. MarTin, Mr. ScoTT TooThaker, Mr. Glenn WhiTe, and former Board of Regenfs who have conTribuTed so much To educaTion. Shelley H Collier Jr D V Guerra Mrs. M. W. Held A. A. Marlin O. A. Terry Scan Tooyhqker Mercedes McAllen Mission Edinburg McAllen McAllen Q 8 MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT TO THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF PAN AMERICAN COLLEGE The members of The GraduaTing Class of 1965 have viewed many accomplishmenTs aT Pan American College since Their arrival on The campus Tour years ago. They have had The opporTuniTy To waTch The size of The sTudenT body increase. The new campus has evolved from Three permanenT buildings To iTs presenT value of over 3 million dollars. During This Tour year period, Governor John Connally and mosT of The members of The STaTe LegislaTure visiTed The campus. This was only one oT The many sTeps ThaT led To Tull STaTe supporT for The College. Also during This period, our curriculum and Taculry was sTrengTh- ened. The TaculTy made a comprehensive self-sTudy of The College To Tulfill one of The requiremenTs for accrediTaTion by The SouThern AssociaTion of Colleges and Schools. ln The area of sTudenT acTiviTies, STudenT GovernmenT was im- proved and naTional social organizaTions became a parT of college liTe. Our Tennis Team conTinued iTs naTional prominence, and The baskeTball Team broughT recogniTion To The campus by winning The naTional championship. This yearbook records many memories Tor The Class of l965. The sponsor and The sTaTT are To be commended Tor This ouTsTanding El Bronco. RespecTfully yours, Q..1n,Q4Qs" Ralph Schilling PresidenT l - TENT! H. A. Hodges Vice-President Robert S. Burks Dean of Students and of Admissions John R. Sawyer Comptroller Dean Sidney S. Drueger School of Technology Deon T. Lawrence While School of Arts and Science Mrs. Neliu Mui Smiih Registrar Mrs. Bonnie Powers Dean of Women an H , lv CHAMBER HONORS NEW PAN AM FACULTY MEMBERS TCU'S DR. DAN FARAY FACULTY GIVES GEOLOGY TALK RECITAL PAUL ENGLE SHOWS RQ55 NEW OBSERVATORY TO AT pAC INTERESTED PUBLIC PAC READING CONFERENCE HARWELL TO BE HELD AT MCALLEN, TEXAS REGENTS PRESIDENT PROUD QF PAN AM WILLIAMS HOME NEW COACH RETURNS DR- SMITH SHOW FACULTY MEETS PHARIS SPEAKS FACULTY CORLEY 'S HOLDS OPEN HOUSE HEAD OF SELAETERIA PHYSICS SEMINAR BY YOUNGMAN PAC PROFS DOING GRADUATE WORK ARTS 84 SCIENCES Such Things as HisTory, GovernmenT, Languages, Music, Ari and Sociology are all divisions of The School of Arts and Sciences, a de- parTmenT wiTh perhaps The mosT varied curricula imaginable. From These divisions The sTudenT will have To pick The classes ThaT will develop his skills in communication, broaden his percepTion and help him gain a finer insighT of The world around him and The people who live in iT. r' -..fmg-g4l,w ii I sgiirimii White, T. L., Ph.D. Laing, W. N., Ph.D. Irby, J. A. Gauding, H. H. B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. B.A.,M.A. B.A.,M.A. HISTORY, GOVERNME .q..., i 'I l la.. 'il 9 i ' li ' .af ' A L' " .- --'1 .. "': I , i I . fi-:Vt flfifi il. . .ff QE, I Mil' X. ' . . Ph-D. Mo,-gan, Glynn Lerner, Harold IIISISIGIIIIIIPII. B.A.,M.A. B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. Powers, Bonnie Sfroilon, Porler Smiih, Euclid, Ph.D B.S.,M.Ed. B.A.,M.A. B.S.,M.A.,Ph.D. SOCIAL SCIENCES, HOME ECONGMICS 'L ,. fEl1,,,1fgI1g '-if rf 7 1-' , if ' S ' gr 1 El'- Miller, R. H., Ph.D. Hodges, Ella Fay Cockrell, V. B. B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. B.A. B.A.,M.A. Wright, Carl C. B.A.,M.A. Clark, T. R. B.A.,B.D.,Th.M.,Th.D. COMMUNICATIONS Gifford, Gale T. Owings, Ruth M. B.A.,M.A. B.A.,B.E.,M.A. Wade, Selh Nixon, Nell A.B.,M.A. B.A.,M.A. Hard, Luffy D, Vance, W. Silas Dominguez, Sylvia M. Ross, Robert W. B.A.,M.Ed. B.A.,M.A. B.S.,M.A. B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. 'IB .. U zswg ' Harwell, T. M., Jr. Beaudry, E. Skinner, B. R. Hayes, A. R. B.A.,M.A. Ph.B.,M.A. B.A.,M.A. B.S.,M.Ed.,Ed.D Lund, Harry B.A.,Ph.D. -X Dugan, Evelyn C. Ting, Nui-Tung Beaudry, Charles E. B.A.,M.A. B.A.,M.A.,Pl'l.D. Ph.B.,M.A.,Ph.D. 5' V I an 1, Phufisf R- V- Garrell, S. Craig, J. B-5-,M-PM B.A.,M.A. B.S.,N.E.,M.A. L: C my i 1 Z w l N Williams, Glenn Magurean, C. V. B.A.,M.M.,A.M.D. B.A.,M.M.,M.A. ,si Morris, R. D. Nielsen, Karl B.M.,M.M. B.A.,M.A. ART 8. MUSIC Ellioll, J. L. Sorensen, L. O. B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. B.S.,M.S.,Ph.D. !'1v-Eiiiiv' Bradway, Winnefred Estrada, Andres James, Pauline B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. B.S.,M.S. B.S.,M.S.,Ph.D. Otken, Charles Godfrey, Esfella B.S.,Ph.D. B.A.,M.A. ' SCIENCE 3.2, ,..f...f4- Gilmore, L. D. B.S., M.S., Ed.D. EDUCATION The Education Department has become one of the largest departments on campus cmd has received much tine comment from visiting colleges. This year the Education Department expanded its special edu- cation program and sponsored a series of lectures to visiting classroom teachers from all valley towns. Phillips, Phyllis Morgan, Ralph B,A., M.A., Ed.D. B-A-, M-S- .Pz Y--.,, N f Ferguson, William C. B.A.,M.A,,EcI.D. C 'si Hunler, W. Alexander Calderon, Carlos I. B.S.,M.Ed.,Ed.D. B.A.,M.A. l', I Bounous, Lyle G B.S.,M.Ed.,Ed.D. K 1 ,' W' N f 7,1-.-.W ----W. 4 ., Z ,lE,, , .., E 'WMU XHHWH "fi, J X? ,Vg I ' fi 'hw WZ? at v,,: ij" W ' ' 'rw H ,in Hi' - Thomas, Amildu B.S., M.A. W H 'mf' w x H HU, " 53251 u H v"4 f my .::.,w , ,, E HWRX "'- WK? w 'M , 1 4 V -X-I 'MNNNWNNNNNNN H ml m W N N PHYSICAL EDUCATION f ' Youngman, L. A. B.A., M.Ed. l' l' .. Z" 5-mfr 5+ - ,rc .W Eager, Sherman W. B.A., M.S., Ph.D. TECHNOLOGY Working from The all new oncl modern science building on The wesi compus, The Science ond Tech- nology Deporfmenf of Pon Arnericon College hos reoched new heighfs This yeor, with Dr. L. A. Young- mon, The heool of The deporfmenf, being chosen one of The Top 'ren educofors in The sioie of Texos. APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Drqeger, Sidney S, Fugerslrom, William H. 5.A,, M,A, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Engle, Pnul B.A. 1 r Rodgers, Robert W. B.A.,M.A. H "I ' Q1 Russell, Don Wood, Thomas E. B.A.,M.A. B.A.,M.A. ASTRO-SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS lL ii' My 1' " '- '12-V Blackburn, Helen J. Croffs, Alfred E. Hook, John W B.A.,M.S. B.S.,M.S. B.S.,M.A. Brough, Royce D. B.S.,M.S.,C.P.A. Moore, Phelma Myers, W, J, B.A.,M.B.A.,Ed.D. B.A.,M.S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMMERCE Mr, 5. ' , I Builenbos, Clara B.S.,M.Ed. Murrell, Joe C B.B.A.,M.B.A. Ware, William S. B.S.,Ph.D. GRICULTURE, INDUSTRIAL ARTS Corns, J. B. B.S.,M.S.,Ph.D Powell, Marshall L. Taylor, Melvin F. B S M A. B.S. Gower, Leslie Librarian e U ' in if -ii Floyd, Anne H. Assistant Librarian Due io the increasing rule of new and rare editions coming into lhe library, careful check is kepl of all malerinls. fry L mQ......, ll , F Q McLain, Thelma I.. Assistant Librarian LIBRARY EXPANDS The college library, located in the center of the West Campus, provides students with attractively furnished and air-conditioned facilities for study and research. The reference collection, current periodicals, main stacks and recreational reading areas are arranged for ready accessability to the students' needs. Music listening and micro-form reading facilties are available as is the new memorial photo dup- licator in memory of the late Dr. Vance Hoffmaster of Edinburg. Library staff keeps on their foes with much work needed io administer aid Io all who use the service. ,- . .C iii, Graham, Ruth Assistant Librarian hr il 32 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS A-W . IH. ,H ,QM-M :fq55,g,gWggfwrw'1n.. WW, II " I 11594 Davis, Vernon l.. Public Information Schoonover, Victor Publications Adrain, A. R. Wrighi, Gertrude Purchasing Agenf Assistant Comptroller Humphries, Jessie R. Activities Director 'E f l 1' , K ' H- " LQ " . l f ' '. - C' J!! l 1 ', . ' 4 fl. I . ,, ' l - l ' A in 1 5 'l -A H" F If . A im' Van Dresar, Ruth Placement Director ll DeVries, Louis S. Resident Engineer Piper, Rosemary College Nurse Pigg, Billy Joe Manager, College Bookstore First Row Joe Martinez Marcos Munoz Nieves Rocha Lupe Rodriguez Willie Davis Lily Dickens Olivia Trevina Luis Garcia, Sr. Tito Salinas Encarnacion Garcia Third Row Eloy Garcia Barney Barrera Lupe Martinez Mike Ramirez Manuel Ocanas Edith Ray Louis S. de Vries Carlos Ocanas Mike Escobar Leonel Reyna Francisco Cantu Second Row Selso Ramirez Pedro Ortiz Leo Canales Arturo Ramirez Chano Ramirez Amaldo Garcia Bob Salinas Lupe Garcia Fidel Palacios Joel Villanueva Jimmy Ethriclge Absent Eddie Paradise Earl Gardiner Mario Molina Epifanio Mendosa Gardis Sumers Helen Swint V res Pres. Secretary ' P ' Secreta ry S J Bennie Kay Carlson Dorothy Smith Secretary Secretary e it r Wi ' l 1' 3, -- I :ff , A K si 1 W KZ '14 "iff it 'QS -, sf.-' A 4' ffm 1' ,gg-,A ma: -if S1-ff' Q 'fu' 1 N f Mary Feldtman Irene Peterson Secretary Secreta ry - H -:.i,- it 1 M ii ii we it , i wh- :L- ' ' laezii ii we Y l S . if L li i . gazz it -.,..:.::..: iff me ,Q U ..,,, W .. 45521 2, were me " egg! 5 ' ,, Y. i, . me L E555 .qw lay ,mag 6 S . mi L, ,g 1.3, Kgs? H ff' giii iii 'lv it l il Earl- it ., ki me I ii-sl .,.Z., 1-if EEK gg, " ' ,424 X, , . ,.,. FW i 595283, til Y, ii ,raw ll Lf E 2: 1 if gf ni i' ' if Q L-'fl ' ' ,. J, I, E ...ggi , 5 .i L i Ackerson, Vada Mail Room Barker, Bill Accountant Board, Donna Sec. Liberal Arts Bldg. Byers, Helen Library Cook, Lucille Bursar's Office Corley, Bob Cafeteria Curlee, Regina Library Domian, Eslher Library Dufour, Dorothy Registrar's Office Edwards, Jerry Registrar's Office 'S K4 1 A W A A ,mv ..., A . 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Harrell Jr., Director of the Texas Com- mission ot higher education, addressed the Summer, 1964, graduating class. Cornelia J. Rogers graduated Summa Cum Laude and Mary Jo Watkins graduated Magna Cum Laude. Sixteen students graduated Cum Laude. .. f .3 evlfff REGISTRATION my Yi. ., X W E ,M ,sr M N . 'n w Dr. Ralph Schilling College PresidenT Club officers learn role and responsibilities of Siudenl Governmenl. STUDENT GOVERNMENT PREPARES FOR YEARLY DUTIES Prior To The opening of school The sTudenT body crTTer ci culminc1Tion of weeks of prepc1rciTion held o workshop for The leoders of cull clubs ond orgcmizoTions. Eoch officer of The STudenT Governrnenf presenTed o speech on The duTies of ecich club ond his porTiculor duTies cis on officer of The STudenT Body, ln oddiTion, Dr. Schilling spoke on The relclTioriship of The AdminisTroTion To The STudenT Govern- menT. The mdior oddress of The doy wos given loy The PresidenT of The STudenT Body, Roel Trevino. ln his speech he gove 0 hisTory of The STudenT GovernmenT ond ouilined C1 program Tor sTudenT self-improvement Student Body President .,,sf Roel Trevino Robert Burks Vit Schoonover Deon of Students Publications ' 1 gi lil Vi wi.-I 'M' ' ' V"'.Wi,t5-fit' "lf ,J iw ll", s' 4" 'Ql:2yf'w "G fi"'rf'1l',,,!'l ' 1' H 'l 2 tl H , y 'xr A X J,, ' ' 's 1 ' nl: D t . ,i - je H H I 1 Student body officers, Hazel and Dennis, help Student ' Body President, Roel Trevino, extend a cordial welcome to all new comers attending the Get-Acquainted Dance. 1 ll This is the way we do it in Sweden exclaims Fred to by-standers at the Get-Acquainted Dance. For the second consecutive yeur, PAC held a successful workshop for all student government leaders on campus under the direction of Dean Burks. ,gl ll H ' .l l Intersorority members meet new girls at the fall PAC students demonstrate great creative ability at rush convocation. Bronkette Rush Party Bronkette pledges are happy to have a chance to make it. x The burden of the cost of education is reflected on the mein of students as they pay for books. f .14-n dances seldom seen in the classroom. v - .av -4 u -U .- mu ep 1. -s .- ns . wr H ' emu. .. H eggmxvgifu 1 .VW . ffszts H ...ss .- 13 V. 1 .gin . wi, ,, fx s - . . 4 .- m L v- rv su .-ffm, - . . ...,'.gV.. -.a"-fxibt-M ...... .. .... . ... .. K . . . . ... . . me-Q i'55lfEHggf u if X l - i 1 1 'mg 7 ii Lwlvvj' .wwe W Q "eg iff So that's what happened to Deanna, Cleo, Karen and Gracie in wonderland. The Alpha Zeta Chi members presented a fairyland skit at a rush party. The Bronkettes held a Mexican Rush party with pintas and the typical fiesta trimmings. if wr. WY U25 The Ladies of Camelot went all the way when they sponsored their Beatnik party for rushees. Rushees help themselves to the delectable eats pro- vided by the lntersorority Council during rush con- vocation. Dean Powers and Mrs. Elliot make like Beatniks as they enioy the goodies they discovered. AW , Ns, of N- ,V i v iww "" "' Whether it be the launching of a new rocket, the world series, or the latest election returns the College Center T.V. is the vital attraction. Now and then group personalities provided various types of bouncy music for idle students during free periods at the College Center. Concentration and kibitzers are both needed for a good game of chess. 46 , ff A familiar sight every full semester is that of sorority members con Carol Clark acquainting herself with interested rushees versing with nervous rushees during rush convocation. Pictured IS RUSH CONVOCATION WEEK ESTABLISHES CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS Mary Berny headed the Inter-Sorority Council composed ot three sororities for the fall anol spring semester. The Inter-Sorority is made up of the Presidents and Vice-Presidents of all the women's sororities and clubs on the Pan Ameri- can College Campus and is sponsored by the Dean of Women. Its purpose is to bring about a close working relationship and a better under- standing between the women's organizations by coordinating the efforts of its members ancl by working together as a group. 'O ob' el M W BRONCO DAYS Every year The Thanksgiving Holidays are preceded wiTh The celebraTion of Bronco Days where faculTy and sTudenTs alike enTer in The True spiriT of The WesT by wearing auThenTic Wesfern costumes. An assembly is held in The college audi- Torium where a mulTiTude of gunpowder, haybales and preTTy girls may be found. Every club sends a represenTaTive for Bronco Queen To display her beauTy before The "Wild and Wooly" Bronco Boosrers. In addiTion To This The Bronco BoosTers have Their pledges dress as girls and parade in feminine fashion across The sfage. Among ofher TradiTions are The Bronco Dance and presenTaTion of The Bronco Days Queen, BronkeTTes Dance and The presenTaTion of The Bronco Days King, The Bronco Days Parade wiTh iTs enTries from all The valley Towns, Kangaroo Courf where preTTy girls geT punished for noT observing The rules, and The "Tug-of-war" be- Tween The Freshmen and Sophomores. This year The Phi Sigs sponsored a sTreeT dance on The nighf before' The barbeque which was a new and welcome addiTion To The pasT cusToms. ' " -V . r 1- I V' 5 "f m?"'LiE I, ' ' ' H ' E if Q J l f 1" . 9 'E M4 N -- 1 w 'f W A ' 1212 " Q " , '. . V ls - 5 , A I- ' 2 'Ll ,. 4 Qvlafii 35 ' 'Q R 1' ' X .1 ' - - ' V., : . I l V -,I - ' my f ' - '.'zJ".f,A - . QW ' f, .. - -V .1 fr Nr, W N-sf 5 KH .ZH lv ,K , if This ain'l' beauty. Put your lillle foo!! And this ain'f Beusis! Bronco Days made ready by Bronco Booster pledges and members. First Prize Floal in Bronco Days Parade sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon. Eb 'Qs d .- L 3HCL f ' g'l35-5155, 'R 'sg hal' One to cn customer please. a K sz f ,wp 'M' 'N ff I---hips, I I w I dreamt I came to Pun Am without my kissing license. wiv' once more with feeling .I W 0,5 Q i How did I ever get in u iam like this! BRONCO DAYS CRAZE Lush eyes his nexf largef????? '77, ff' ii? ' in , Y- - wwf V , ,za " giym, H M ' 'LN K Y A W 5 S1 SteIson's were the uniform of the day. . I. xy 1 -'-1' v up . - r 1 4 D ir- . k 0. 1 s N ,X .1- Slraight oui of a Western--Civilization 223 Class. 1 "This little piggy wenf fo lhe races." "Please molher I'd ralher do it myself ,Ja A The Femme Fatale! t m V'L UHWO 3 Pan American Day provide excellent facilities for the finer arts, but this one takes the cake! A 'YPlCUl PAC Sfudenl Swings ln'0 The "hiPPY1 Hey, Sandra you serve while I read instructions hippy, shakes" at one of Pan Americun's lively year round dances. Practice makes perfect, so blow Billy blow! 7 r it l s if tlll so vv Yv ' 31.1 , H RN l sw' www n 4.4,- l Hs., w 'N , " ,Jas aw ful H Hmwrg. Open house at ihe Planetarium. Visitors lo PAC Open House. Some siudy-ofhers iusf Show u camera and everyone poses in the boys dorm 1 ,L WH 1hH N ' M H," " QM Q, Sit, w H .. .wmv ruiiiiminli igswrsawiii 1 W 1 1 Vi' iq mm. M, H u H--gg ,i ii uf' W, 5225? EB? 'W f,'.' I How else can one have snow in the Rio Grande Valley? "fp X . Decorations must go up and so did Robert Glover. Dancing cheek to cheek at the Presentation Ball. "I knew we should have gotten a shorter tree " 3 . f lxllxtfaq' X z 'fw' M-'."' A A "'m:1't ,-5, 'ngan ln L, t 1 'll ' 1. Asllllx .div th "'w??f. 'tl ll Posada begins with the entrance of Mary and Joseph Marty, how could you stoop so low? P w s Gillum receives ham of the year award from Student Body Vice President Denis Guion. Kiss her quick you're married Jim w 1 1 H Huw vu-xu', ' Q5 u ii W' " H W'i4e,, if QL"".fw.g' N ,W aagfm Mu.. W. f ,.. 'QQ ' 60 PM K , . And whui became of Joe and June? M, , V , 1 ,T , aw' Ki' infix Pa, P1 mms Mm? ffsiiiiiiiiisss.. ,xy ,Xu ,w ,, wg HW j1w,'pgE!f'M" ' Wgqgfyu H 's 1522 - ' " ' -.is-M. ,Ju ' H ' H wf PM sam-an "'5"' SSES5? r ' N Y Y H X' M H, , An official pose, but not u drummer Later in ihe evening students really gel their feel on lhe ground. gun' S' M . ,, lgf 4 5 Z I F 5143 o , ,LM , sg 4 5 W is ,,,A 4 1 i g ' 'Ri-in af ' 'a 5"s :Q 5 5 5 1 9515 g QQ 5 . Q Q ', is Zi! QQ v 93,'g 155: , ' ' ' ' QM QM 3 mm Nf'.1 .z.A l .fgfw " . ' i Hive! ' fxgfflf i 'lgfliglt' ,, Hia 'figlgiyfg , A QT K g-'EQ 2 2 455 V Q: P , A W . A - W, H If we T A ' . ' is , in - in :- A 121 . .1 gg' 2 5, KVM , X H Nw 4 M-' gh' ' 1 ' . Ng, MISS BUELL MOONLIGHT GIRL BOUGAINVILLIA BELLES WHO'S WHO ANNOUNCED MISS PAN AMERICAN XII REIGNS BRONCO KING AND QUEEN CROWNED AT BRONCO BOOSTERS DANCE FACULTY MEMBERS CHOOSE JOE AND JANE PERSONALITIES LADY GODIVA VERNON PICKENS-UGLIEST LUPITA PEREZ-CUTEST MARTY-BEAU CRISTINA GUTIERREZ DEANNA-BELLE DUCHESS OF CARROT PRESENTED AT DANCE Mary Catherine Marshall, an Elementary Education Maior and History minor was elected Vice-President of S. N. E. A. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Peggy Ann Wilkinson, an English Maior, was a member of Club de Mexico. She held the offices of First Vice-President and President of Newman Club, Reporter of Phi Theta Kappa, and Secretary and Treasurer of the Young Democrats. Jack Rennscheidt, a Social Science Maiar, was active in Alpha Phi Omega as Historian, Secretary, Vice-president, and President. He served as Editor of the paper, Vice-Chairman and President of Young Republicans, Senator of Student Government, and Member of the Board of Publications. ln addition, he was a choir member for four years and received a service award in 1964. t t t 'wi f 1 clit, H , .tqgiylwcg gm I , -iii Ruth Echazarreta, Art and Elementary Education Maior, served Pan American College in many ways. She was Treasurer and President of Ladies of Camelot and a member of the Order of Bougainvillea. In addition, she was an active member of the Student Government for 3 years, won silver and gold service awards, was assistant Editor of EI Bronco 1961-64, and was the Editor-in-Chief of the 1964-65 EI Bronco. iggygefag. ,i .fwassfq . 'aa .4 iw, - i .. yt it , i:"w't-1 W 3- 1-f5?'w 5!fS'ii'f' 5 Charles Dennis Guion, English and Art Malor served as Historian and President of Alpha Phi Omega Speaker of the House and Vice-President of the Art Club two years, and Vice-President of the Wesley Foundation Gwin Elaine Evans, served on the Senior Advisory Board of Ladies of Camelot, and prior to that time as Parliamentarian for the organization. She was Editor-in-Chief of the annual in 1962-63 and 1963-64. She received the honors of Inter- collegiate Knigl1t's Lady-in-Waiting in the Spring of 1964 and Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart in the Fall of 1964. Also, in 1964 she won an award for all-around service to the college. l Colette Bounous, an English Nlaior, was a three year member of the Pan American Choir and the Valley Symphony Orchestra. She served as Treasurer of the Freshman and Sophomore Classes and received a service award for her work in the former. ln addition she was Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart in Spring, 1963. Marty Urand, a Bronco Basketball player, maiorecl in Physical Education. Marty was active in Phi Sigma Kappa and served as Senator-at-Large in 1964-65. Graciela Gonzalez was a member of Alpha Zeta Chi, Club de Mexico, Newman Club, Pan American Days Association and Inter-sorority Council. She is an Elemen- tary Education Maior and a Spanish Minor. Miss Gon- zalez held honors as: Charm Chairman for Alpha Zeta Chi, Miss Pan American Xl, Princess Representative for the Hemispherical Pageant, and Calendar Girl for the month of August. She was also Countess for the Ladies of Camelot in 1963-64 and an active participant in the Spanish Theatre. Roberta Ann Harbour, President of the Emilia Hall Dormitory Council, was active with the Bronkettes and Alpha Chi Clubs. Roberta had been President of the P.E. Club and a candidate of La Corte Pan Americana. She was awarded the Bronze Service award for her work on campus and won third place as Homecoming Queen. David Roseland is a maior of business administration. He has served as President of the Rodeo Association, Freshman Class, and Student Government. ln addition, he was an active member of the Senate and Bronco Boosters Organizations. Karen Buell was elected Sophomore Class Favorite and Moonlight Girl for the Phi Sigma Kappa. In addition she served the Sophomore Class as its Secretary and Alpha Zeta Chi and Student Govern- ment as secretary for two consecutive years. Cleo Garza, English Maier, was active in the Newman Club and Alpha Zeta Chi, Homecom- ing Queen, Bougainvillea Belle, Veteran's Club Sweetheart, Bronco Queen runner-up, and Cheerleader. In addition, she was treasurer of Alpha Zeta Chi. Roel Ruben Trevino, a Political Science Major, took an active interest in the Young Democratic Club and the Pre-Law Society. In 1964-65 he was chosen President of the Student Government. Ann Sadler Parker is an English Maior and Spanish Minor. She was Representative from "College Life" to the Religious Council. Mrs. John Hook is an education maior and an English minor. ' J- E ii Q X f f f Q 5533? , H . , V ,- li' 1, , 1' , f-2-fi:-ss' N' , ' fzY12ziwMsms- r KNEW? J' 1' . if4f57'33fEff5f5 f""Et it r ' my jr W, iiiwlluix rw. Fw fees' Leslie Melvin Linnard moiored in Elementary Edu- cation and was active in Phi Theta Kappa and S.N.E.A. Leslie served as treasurer in Phi Theta Kappa and as Parliamentarian in S.N.E.A. Ned Stocker, business administration maior, served as Phi Sigma Kappa President in 1964-65. Patricia Hallock was an Elementary Education Maior and member of the Ladies of Camelot and Phi Theta Kappa. Mary Kay Schaefer was active in the Student Government, the P.A.C. Band, S.N.E.A., Alpha Chi, Phi Theta Kappa. Mary Kay served as acting Treasurer of the Student Govern- ment, Secretary-Treasurer of the band, and Historian of S.N.E.A. Arturo Guerra was All College Playboy in 1963. He was a member of Bronco Boosters, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intercollegiate Knights, and the Student Court. Yolanda Gorena Garza, Spanish Maior, was in the Ladies of Camelot, Treasurer of Club de Mexico, and Historian for S.N.E.A. Tix -- 2. E wk H E Q I 2 45 Judith Ann Karam, an English maior served as Vice-President of her Freshman Class, Treasurer of the Newman Club, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Secretary-Treasurer of Pan American Days Association and Delegate to the Texas State Teachers Association at Austin and Houston. Norma Longoria was a member of the Newman Club and the Spanish Club. She served as Vice-President of Club de Mexico and a participant in the Spanish Theatre. She has maiors in Spanish and Elementary Education. La!! ,-NK !, W P' Warren R. Linnard an accounting Maior, held the highest freshman average. Warren was selected for membership in Phi Theta Kappa and Alpha Chi. . w w qu tu ' ' wi 531535 H W1 Q4 if V T 5 - ,.. 1 TW 1 H 1 , " W W H tw' ,gem ,,,j',.g3gggr,'iiET"f iff- ' W 12 N5 ' x' S it H H-, we 1.4 i img, ,,.,Sg,,g1,.:,. , i, , Hu , ,iuwigsi W Hggwflw-'- Walter Yates is a Physical Education Maior and a Social Science minor. He was a four year Ietterman and in 1964-65 he won the Hustle Award. In 1964-65 he coached the Freshman basketball team which had a record of nine wins and three losses. In P.A.C. Basketball History he holds the number 3 position in freethrow shooting. V " 1 1 it i it :sages it 'N H 159 355 QQ' .. Ae, ' fxsgif' S J A gsffsssfgvg Ng i L 1 , 5593? HL ,t ii. ME i be e,,, has ih- efiiiw u u V L H J. , "'-ra ri rig-1 , 1 ':':?fE!'! x .H W H 35' f, iw -H N S-mf' Yolanda Chapa was Newman Club Sweetheart for 1964-65. She was a member of Alpha Zeta Chi, the lnter-sorority Council, and Ladies of Camelot Senior Advisor. As a member of Alpha Zeta Chi, she served as Reporter and Chaplain, Pledge trainer, and President. wg "' Ji 2, 'ni ,X I use- .gk u H 531 www, Wm-5 ' Q 'e ' f 575222 .is a "li H I Y " .. , X Xxx, - 'L AEQHQEZ fig WHO'S WHO Eleanor Holmes was secretary-treasurer of the senior class and Bronkettes. She also served as a Student Court Justice and vice-president of Phi Theta Kappa, and a member of Alpha Zeta Chi. A Spanish minor and an art maior Carmela Galvan was art club treasurer for two years and President the past year. She was also an active member of the Young Democrats. IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Hazel Wood, Eugene Meeks, and Berta Villarreal were also listed to Who's Who, but there were no available photographs at this time. FIRST SERVICE AWARD GIVEN TO COED M. , ' -L , Mary Berny, served her class as a member of the House of Representatives in 1962-63. In addi- tion, she was a member of the Rodeo Club, Phi Theta Kappa National Honorary Scholastic Frater- nity, Bronkettes, SNEA, Inter-Sorority Council and Senate. She was Freshman Class Homecoming Duchess, 1963, Bougainvillea Belle, 1963-64, Calen- dar Girl, April, 1964, and Service Award winner, 1964. She held the offices of: Bronkettes, Parlia- mentarian and Vice President, Phi Theta Kappa, Vice President, President, and Senate member, and Inter- Sorority Council, President. She worked for the Planetarium as its Secretary. e Madrigul and Dulindu Gonzalez chosen Joe and Jane ui the F GEORGE MADRIGAL DALINDA GONZALEZ JOE AND JANE I -4.--1 If 5 Q T ff . - ,4 4 :ga L ji F . ' I si cu Gutierrez KlhyKed k C IaGi e YlandaGurzc MISS CRISTINA GUTIERREZ LADY GODIVA m11H,1M, 11452111 M 1 11 11 Q14 1 ei? S fam , ., 2 135155 W NAFQW1, .M-1 1.L:.1313,fgj,1 ME 11 sf 'gg 111 firegj u is 1, W,f.. q ,M ,,., A 11 V 75 . 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' ' -ll ll 1 ' -QL , J 5, 'I 'S 'F .rffiw r. - ' V' lc Qi 3' A if ' Candidates for Bronc King were Scott Wright, Don r . yu ff S ' QQ Worley, Scotty Herweck, Bucky Rodriguez and Bill 3 as " A 4 Wilson. . - v ' " Zig, N 1 .4 rv 'T Q l Q' I J EJ ' Q 5 , 5 x I 'kr' ll I W' 1' E s. 11- ' 'f' Q F q It . I 1 U . I. , . gk:f...51, X E M Y E M Q J l . , I lx xl - Q5 - I ' f 3' ' t K 5 AE. K up X 4 l' wx di 5 Q , I ,gr 'fa w - , X KF 'L' i i' I wc 5 l K . nr ,X SCOTT HERWECK BRONCO KING Scott Herweck is all smiles after being crowned Bronco King by the Bronkettes. 495, i gs LN ' 1 ,ff ,nf L -.J 5 Cristina Gutierrez was named Duch- ess of Carrot to represent Pan Amer- ican College at the Mission Citrus Fiesta. Smiling happily after the results for the Duchess of Carrot were announced are second runner-up Shirley Trevathan, sponsored by the Intercollegiate Knights, Cristina Gut- ierrez, sponsored by Delta Sigma, Duchess of Carrot, and Martha Mollenauer, sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, first runner-up. emi-.. ggi!! Q37 7. m Y f 1 gg' H i. fe., K -me ,- V r -' 22542 MISS CRISTINA GUTIERREZ DUCHESS OF CARROT DEANNA POWELL MARTY URAND BELLE AND BEAU MISS PAC XII REIGNS Paz Alumiu, Miss Pan American XII BOUGAINVILLIA BELLES ,I 'l -, Alu A tearful smile from Miss Pun American. l 'BQ 'N Pan American Beaulies uwail the news of who will '-If be Miss PAC XII. Mary Berny, Bougainvillea Belle 81 . XX? , ,,., L, 5 s -cn '!"'f wa... , - U, fel! " if xx 2. 5352 Effie' : rms. M MMJF, l.r:FF55A:' X 1 , w xi. V: X V .Q mn.-, ' , .4 ' 4, - , 3 ,mv '41, .V , , 5 W . ,..,,, ., we 5 1 , :,., , ,.,,5,,hf-m ,, ,mf ., ,Q ' rm- ,rm if . Sill: N S' Q, if ,- A , 4- ,. Zn V .K , ,,, 'LV '53 4 M . 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H,-' BRONCO BOOSTER'S PUT ON SUCCESSFUL BRONCO'S DAYS STUDENT GOVERNMENT PLANS MOCK OAS NEWMAN CLUB EXPANDS THREEFOLD SECOND SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR INTERSORORITY COUNCIL AZX'S PLEDGE LARGEST GROUP APO SPONSORS NEW ACTIVITIES PLEDGE CONVOCATION HELD ORGANIZATIONS ORDER OF BOUGAINVILLEA PLANS PAN AMERICAN DAYS BSU MAKES TRIP TO WACO LADIES OF CAMELOT GO DELTA SIGMA Roel Trevmo Presrdent Charles Denms Gulon Vuce-Presudenf Karen Buell Secretary Hazel Wood Treasurer Laura Lee Marlin Attorney-General Bonnie Powers Sponsor STUDENT GOVERNMENT Glynn Morgen Sponsor ' ' 'of' PW-F35 za ,, ff,-ffv .'f 4g,gQ1,,b QQJYMQSG:-ya: wwf.-4,9 T " ' - - N 4 . ,. 1 ,. .fr ,WNW ., 1257-Z'ff5Ef 9521? pw-5--sr? 12 ' :iTii??Jrf73l -'31 :,f,c1W-- Q: nr' ., e w.9:,r,.f+e, r nA,,,,,,-Q Q.. W g, lg, Az.: ..,f4es,,r.mgfr,'f x , E:-2125. if f ' ' 1 . .A iqiiiif ,- : 'FQ T 1 . . ' 4 , :fr . . m,miq,fa,xg .,,k,., ..,w.,.,...y,.1.:,,,fw:W, rw rbi. 1 f E T . '. . - Y -.'M,'3w1:ga-. , Q Y, .-: I , -1.mzf1ab,:.M -Q., 'f ' vez lf 'Q , x , is qwgwwmfirwrrgwgl rm' M .f'W.fwIrgQr1:'f7wa'nr- -TH-. if x ' T Q, V Y i-l ' :qq:z1g:a:::--'-:f:: --.- ea rf-:f.-,cyg-5:-'w ' 2 ,' is ' Y- -'T3252?5?,-' , r -F :,,. - .: .3511 32L1f,,"jv'x'1,::r3.' 1 K -if ' I srfiif, r4f",yIQj,3?::9:e g., ,U '-1,a:gim5.L,:y',,,.:r :, ' f " ' -:' -M1235.,191'f:F'1"f2:ff.'-,,'4?W'f-:IWWWQG1 5 '---., , ns: Ji" - . '-Q .L .Q , gufiq, ' f '-., ,A ,gfQ::3g!vew.fq1,:. .'.ff1:23f' fel SPONSORS MODEL OAS Alan Brown Supreme Court Chief Justice Ann Filzgerald STUDENT GOV'T SPON SORS ACTIVITIES The STudenT GovernmenT This year more Than in pasT years sponsored sTudenT acTiviTies of inTeresT To all. Among These were: a series of movies shown in The sTudenT cenTer, dances and lecTures. This year The STudenT Gove-rnmenT, wiTh The aid of The Pre Law SocieTy, revised The ConsTiTuTion and changed iTs overall membership To include every campus organizaTion aT iTs meeTings. This change was designed To promoTe a be1'Ter under- sTanding beTween campus organizaiions. SENATE Bobby Guerra Crisfina Gutierrez .V H- fri' .. s va QQ , A 'ff Q: 4-D- - .er- :ig .,.i -.-- I Eleanor Holmes Leon Jordan Arturo Sanchez Senior Officers Eleanor Holmes, Ernest Holland, Mary Marshall CLASS CFFICERS 5 s Junior Officers Herminia Sanchez, Arcelia Pena, Eddie Martinez, Lydia de la Garza - - N .,,l.mux,m H 1 , 1 1 4 x Sophomore Class Officers Elliol Werber, Judy Hunt, Nancy Krueger, George Kon, Tom Hennig 'sfieisgsrg-f?5f'7fl2 fs. i-.nuff f wJfN"' if?-' Freshman Class Officers Roberl Carreveo, Efraln Arce, Omar Codina, Carlos Guerra, Niuda Lopez 87 L23 L V -r - A V Lynda Herweck is a first year cheerleader from McAllen. CHEERLEADERS BUILD POWER HOUSE OF ENERGETIC SPIRIT At every game one sees a lively group leading cheers to provide that extra boost of energy for the hard bott- ling Green and White Broncos. This group, known as our cheerleaders, has helped to promote and uphold our school spirit. ln leading our student loody through their efforts they have fostered a sense of sportsmanship and responsibility. Head Cheerleader from Alamo is Deanna Powell, P.A.C. Junior. Sophomore, Lana Logan- bill from La Joya is a first year cheerleader. P.S.J.A., Sophomore, Sylvia Robles is a first year Gaye Odom, Senior is a first year cheerleader cheerleader. -----A--.1-ui Installation of the new members and officers Club de Mexico has its annual Posada. EL CLUB DE MEXICO PROMOTES GCOD WILL EI Club de Mexico of Pan American College strives To create a better understanding among students, of the culture and history of Mexico and Latin America. Two proiects were undertaken by the club during The fall semester: a Turkey raffle was held in November and on various activity periods a sale of tamales was held at the patio of The Student Center. The club sponsors the Tra- ditional Mexican supper at "La Noche de Fiesta" during Pan American Days in April. In keeping with its purpose of The club sponsored a college- wide lecture given by Mrs. Sylvia Dominguez on her Trip To Peru. Traditional spreading of good cheer by class member at the Posada. W ART CLUB ACTIVE THROUGHOUT VALLEY QU.-" ? 3 ' y . First Place Float in Weslaco Birthday Party Par de. Art Club Officers: Errol Lewis, Carmela Galvun, Fred Arispe, Petra Salina Dwayne Killinger, Wayne Miller. ART CLUB SPENDS PROFITABLE YEAR This year The art club raised 5250 wiTh Their design for The FirsT Place FloaT in The Weslaco BirThday ParTy. In addiTion, They raised money by painfing Chrisimas windows for local business places. They also builT a floaT which won hon- orable meniion in The Texas CiTrus FiesTa. In The fuTure They plan a Trip To Mexico CiTy. INDUSTRIAL ARTERS VISIT HOUSTON The Industrial Arts Club is for Those sTuclenTs of Pan American College having a distinct, sin- cere interest in industry. This year The club raised enough funds To visiT HousTon's Sheffield Steel and Hughes Tool by selling The remaining amount of Toothbrushes from lasT year's money raising project. A party and barbecue dinner at The end of The spring semesTer rounds out The social life for The Industrial Arters. Judge Roy Dean announces the verdict as members of the In- dustrial Arts club execute the sentence with Duane Dalager on their Bronco Days float. ,vi . 4 I ,af Members of the Industriql Arts Club are Alfredo Herrera, Larry Nelson, Issac Date, John Higginbotham, Celso Garcia, Melvin Taylor sponsor, Philip Geery, Duane Dalager, Wayne Vanderpool. Officers of the Industrial Arts Club are John Higginbotham, Pres.: Celso Garcia, ParI.y Duane Dalager, Sec.-Treas., Wayne Vander- pool, Vice-pres., and Alfredo Herrera, Reporter. HOME EC ASSOCIATION SERVES PAC The Pan American College Chapter of the American Home Economics Association is a ser- vice organization to promote interest in home economics. The 1964-65 school year began with the for- mal initiation and an illustrated talk by Robert Nunn of Turkey and Peace Corps activity in that country. In November, a group of the members took part in a workshop for Texas Home Eco- nomics Association College Chapters held at the University of Texas. For Bronco Days, The organi- zation sponsored a queen candidate and the third place float depicting the roles of modern women. During December, the organization made and sold pepper relish, collected food, collected clothing and gifts for a needy family, and held its annual Christmas Tea. The program for the Tea was a European Travelogue presented by Miss Estella Cuellar. The major events of the Spring Semester were the formal initiation and the Spring Tea and Style Show. The organization also sponsored a candidate in the Miss Pan American Contest. TRIP TO WACO HIGHLIGHTS BSU YEAR Baptist Student Union participated in many school and church related functions. This organi- zation is composed ot Baptist students on cam- pus and also members ot other faiths interested in promoting Christian fellowship and spiritual enrichment at Pan American College. l tt 5, - I i I i I i' i , 1 , . 1 R r 5 I , X Q l f i I T Z T 5 l l " M133 . . ,. 8 Delbert Miller, Margene Shinpaugh, Voleta Denham, Margie Thompson, Phil Geery attend BSU Convention at Waco, Texas. Phil Geery Delbert Miller Margene Shinpaugh Margie Thompson Annette Strickland Alice Lookingbill President Vice-President 8: Music Secretary 8: Publicity Devotional Chairman 81 Co-chairman of Publicity Social Chairman Chairman Senator My - A--A A-QV-fe-ff? - 59 ,gk . li f . .JL ix, - rg I Lkkr ew, it s I "', 4 L? I I I -rf I lie? A ll J - ' as '- C I .X '--i , 'ltr' 'i'f 'i 1f'ifKw?W' , i 93 Peggy Wilkinson, Carlos Vela, Carmen Trevino, Juan Farias, Arcelia Pena, Falher McGrath, Tomasifa Caslillo. Yolanda Chapa, Newman Club Sweetheart NEWMAN CLUB INCREASES Alfaro, Gloria Alvarado, Mary Lydia Barrera, Maria Boos, Roger Boria, Diana Cadena, Armandina Campos, Elma Cantu, Carlos Cantu, Santos Castillo, Maria E. Castillo, Maria T. Champion, Mary Chapa, Albert Chapa, Carol Chapa, Flora Chapa, Yolanda Date, Isac, Jr. Davila, Vanancio De Leon, Dolores Elizondo, Roberto Elizondo, Viola Farias, Juan Franz, Elena Gallagher, Rose Garcia, lsidra Garcia, Manuel Garcia, Maria Garza, Aida Garza, Felicitas Garza, Maria MEMBERSHIP THREEFOLD Garza, Minerva Garza, Ofelia Guerra, Leonard, Jr. Hernandez, Dora Hernandez, Jesus Hernandez, San Juanita Hernandez, Thomas Herrera, Cecilia Hinoiosa, Eva Howell, Daniel Ibarra, Arturo Jimenez, Robert Longoria, Arturo Lopez, Elvira Lopez, Guadalupe Lopez, Leonel Luera, Alicia Luna, Gaston Luna, Irma Martinez, Andres Molina, Olga Morales, Estella Moreno, Alex Moreno, Juan Mudd, Veronica Oberg, Terry Obregon, Beatrice Obregan, Eligio Ozuna, Santos Pena, Eduardo Pena, Lydia Perez, Alma Perez, Yolanda Ponce, Teresa Ramirez, Natalia Rivas, Consuelo Robles, Guadalupe Ruiz, Reynaldo Ruiz, Robert, Jr. Saldana, Maria Saenz, Beatriz Saenz, Dionicia Salinas, Aleio, Jr. Salinas, Norma Sanchez, Herminia Sanchez, Virginia Sibauste, Maritza Slebenaler, Alice Solis, Eugenio Tieierina, Ramiro, Jr. Torre, Manuel Torres, Maria Trevino, Imelda Trevino, Jose Santana, Jr. Trevino, Maria Del Carmen Valdez, Jose Luis Villarreal, Esther Villarreal, Petra Wilkison, Peggy Ann Ybarra, Joe CLUB PLANS PAN AMERICAN DAYS Order of Bougainvillia is an honorary group selected by The members of The existing group. Each year This high honor is given to people on campus That have done outstanding work for the college. The club sponsors Pan American Days every year which works To promote good will between Pan American and the Latin Ameri- can Countries. Alas, such beautiful punch bowls soon come to an end as this one did after refreshments were served. ORDER OF BOUGAINVILLIA Both new and old members stand and smile . . . ? for the nice Henning, Dr. Arthur Hayes, Melvin Fawcett, Karen Buell, Marilyn camera man. Standing l. to r. are Gloria de la Cruz, Ruth Echazar- Kerr and Darrell Eggleston. reta, Terry Kline, Linda Kelly, Gail Griffin, Larry Hoover, Tom Y Y W '- - 'fi ' -'-1 'frffga-. Y.. 1 gza Y I-l""xk - is A5255 2 so " .. ' ' i -st, ' ' QI' 4..,Ll 'Ln' ..e.e?af' ' i ii' iw. ,, .. , .1 ne ee, -1 EY ,Q , Q, .-... .. .. . . .Q if L V Q' r , , N H i l l ll l l , 1 Tiff lil 4 - Y: , K, 'fvQl?f'Ei.i l ' f 5151 f' -Y 3 1 -l r i i i li 96 lW"""T?":51-1:'i: " , .. , , , I , 3 . T, - ", " si -ki 3, ' vi ,I I- ' - g Y e Bite : wise TT :--I PRE LAW SOCIETY SEEKS UNDERSTANDING OF GOV T PRE LAW AIDS Venancuo Davila Secreiary Bobby Guerra Vice President Eddy Marhnez S T U D E N T G O V T T President, Santiago Alanis, Tre surer Dr Harold Lerner Sponsor. WITH LAW The Pre Low SocieTy sponsored c1cTiviTies decl- ing wiTh The promoTion of inTeresT in Iolw cmd governmenfol functions. CrisTino GuTierrez represenTecI The dub in The Bronco Queen ConTesT. One of The moior proiecTs of The club This year was To help The STucIenT Governmenf revise The Consfirution. X- 'F'?f-eefeesi-.ss-f - - 1 1 - e "mi we ., ff H fs: e ,. , f'1' il,, ff Jifmfzf , ' - lr ' , 1 'J HJ! gm, ,,,N, ?. E , Q V M113 W 1 EF r -- 1 res: 1. Rf- ' e Y JVZ . A ,. ggi . u ??ss , ,Nc Roberta Wessling, sophomore from Pharr, and this year's rodeo club sweetheart stands under the Pan American Bronc. The big test is about to come as rodeo club members, with Royce Rogers first, draw for positions in the big rodeo RODEO CLIMAX TO Tommy Leavell, V-Pres.p Roberto Wessling Dick Deoson, Senatorp Carol Jones, Treus.g M , Sec ike M .,,"' 'ig :.:s2ig':.'i 'P , " T 1 H wsfvz , '3-"fm" N - it H fr. Mg. 'asf 5 2 3m ,, vas: 'SUM V W : ' ' Hsin ' 1 1 , we wer.. , " P-:,: .. w Chuck Lockhart, Andy Rone, Ted Proske, Alfredo de la Garza, Susan Jones, Billy Wilson, Roberta Wesslnng, Raymond Jacobs Bobby Moore, Jerry Barnett, Mike Martin, Helen Jordon, Earl Susan Schumaker, Dick Deason Joe Brymer Mlke Calvert, Jerry Luce, Nina Scott, Tommy Leavell, Carol Jones, Wayne Murphy, O'Shea, Gilbert Garza, Coach Royce Rodgers BRONCO DAYS FESTIVITIES The aim and obiectives of the Rodeo Associa- tion are to promote social life and friendship among rodeo-minded students. Any student, re- gardless of maior may loin this club. In the past the rodeo club has placed Na- tionally in NAIA competition and won many high honors in competition with other colleges. The 1964-65 edition of the Pan American College Rodeo Association. The Association sponsors many rodeos throughout the year for the enioyment of rodeo fans in South Texas. -'Q IN. ' I I I .-M. ..- I 1 . ' I ,Il'1 I I ,Z A 14 .?, I I 'I QQ-T' ' 'Ss gi Q?-' f , .4 fa S.N.E.A. is informed of iobs open Io teachers. STUDENT NAT'L EDUCATION ASSOCIATION S.N.E.A. Officers: .Ice Howell, Carlos de Ia Rios, Marilyn Rellman, Fidela Sponsor. V, , Olivarez, Mr. Calderon, W W mm- 'j I U " ,pI W:-125. 24 -T Pharis speaks Io S.N.E.A. IL' I Q 'wif' fl . L v Lsif7'w w' we ' 152 -' ,,,"-ws' ff,.M iiifw, H ' - ' , Aa,,,. uw " H me-s""" -1 i H I i il Candy sold as money raising proiecf. S.N.E.A. members listen to Mr. Cowon. t-,, -63523: 1 Q 7 -:F ,y1i,,,"Q2 gwawamw 45 it ,M. J' ,gr 'fzsfg Ss.. S TWIRLERS ADD CCLOR TO PAC BAND Dressed in snappy green and whiTe wesTern oTTire The PAC Twirlers leod The woy for The college bond. This yeor The bond porricipcfed in The Brownsville Chorro Days Po- rode, The Mercedes livesTock show, ond The Son Anfonio "Bc11Tle of The Flowers" parade. i PAC's drum rnaior, Alma Garcia is a Sophomore from McAllen. Bronco Band Twirlers are: Alma riguez, Jessie Palocios, and Helen McClelland. Garcia, Anita Gonzalez, Sylvia Rod- CHOIR MAKES MANY VALLEY APPEARANCES Tommy Turner, Vice President, Susan Hayes, Representative, Carol Clark, Representative, Betty JoAnn Cole, Secretary-Treasurer, Pauletta Jusman, Accompanist, Murcia Haugurth, Librarian, Phil Geery, President. This year The choir made many appearances Throughouf The valley. They sang Tor The McAllen TourisT Club, The Ty Cobb Show, The Edinburg Chapfer of The Order of The EasTern Star, and The Shriners ConvenTion and InsTallaTion of officers aT The Echo Hotel. Qlf' ! K, A "Ml: as-P at Sandra Sawyer, Laura Lee Murhn Mrs Powers, Mary Berny, Rulh Echazarrela, Hazel Wood, Yolancl C upa. INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL SPONSORS PRESENTATION BALL lnTer-Sororiiy Council consisfs of The presidenis cmd vice- presidenis of AZX, Bronkeiies, ond Delici Sigmcu. The Infer- Sororify Council is The basis for ci Ponhellenic Council To be formed in The future. This year they sponsored The Presenfci- Tion Boll. -V It's Dreamytime! Y, A EW if ,nw Sorority and Fraternity members enioy refreshments at the Presentation Boll. N., 921' Freshman ut Rush Convocation fr., x F.. 1-N. lkrgggil ALPHA ZETA CHI HAS LARGE PLEDGE CLASS AZX Us s tory a All lh Mi Q fix , 5 K uzux V 'X- si , 1 I A A if i l :- L,.,,' AZX's enlerluin pledges Hazel Wood Yoldncld Chapn Post-Pres. PfeSiCleFlf is Il in - A f',-,,3 , 5.15115-fi v 'i M. P f 4' S -4 "r -N Q 1111311211123-. . aisfifez ' nu Powell Martha Smilh Carol Clark Gonzalez 'KEEQQPWQ linda Kelly First Vice President 4. President fn. lMrsl Judy Mong Honorary Member seam-M 3252 ' J f . .,,,., , . . ., .i,. I :G 11-:vi ,the .rl .ii - .ia-1 1, ' , "E5i2i1f:' zu- Nancy Stephenson K ,.y y b, X U V ia . . I i , -, ,... ,4 , - mi. , at Fairyland pledge .4-Q sl sm 1 pa rly. as-QL l ii .,4. f i- Q 3 gf -as V 1' V: ff! l ig 1 ii i-mfxl, . i linda Herweck Karen Buell Cleo Garza Ahh Ndlhb Secqnd Vice Secretcl ry Treasurer Reporter Gail Wood Bennie Kay Gaye Odom Advisor Carlson Sponsor ,X Eleanor Homes Marlha Mcleod BRONKETTES SPONSOR BIG DANCE 1 'N Deanna Powell, Betty Jo Cole, Irma Tamez, Sandra Sawyer, Roberta Harbour, Carol Jones, Eleanor Holmes, Ruby Smithey, Annette Strickland. l-low we love our little blue bows! iv LLM n rg me 'lr . uv L ew , , 4. , 'fr Qsp-: Q. cj. fi? ' rf-1 pg- ,Qf'E7a?' NL . Ft" 'R 1. "arn- ea V3 K ni f .,,, V Lfif'ft Hg 5332 Bronco King, Scott Herweck gets kissed while Bucky Rodriguez and Bill Wallace wait patiently. King Scott and his court at Bronco Days Parade. Bronco Days is like Christmas everyone gets a present. an :J ,fx . .QA A .K , 1 ,V W w za SERVICE SORORITY TURNS SOCIAL The local chapTer of The Ladies of Camelof, former SUSQI1 Hvves sisTer sororiTy of The InTercollegiaTe Knighfs, has Prwdem changed iTs name To DelTa Sigma. This sorority is one of several on campus ThaT acTs os hosTess for The college. IT has been an active organizaTion on This campus for Tour years. .Io Ann Hunt First Vice-President LADIES OF CAMELOT Z Emilia Hall Takes The form of a :offeehouse as Delia Sigma holds casual pledge pariy. in -Q V .-mg. r 912 Adelina Gonzalez Patsy Spilman Kathy Derr Patricia Duke Ann Fitzgerald 2nd Vice President Sec.-Treas. Yolanda Garza CHCOSES NEW NAME Cristina Gutierrez Gracie Gonzalez Ana Maria Fernandez Carmen Hiddlgb Estela Moreno Guadalupe Robles Connie Sotelo Susan Torres V V I l Dennis Guion Jack Rennscheidt Phil Geery Tommy Turner L 'Ei " i lw' Q32 1 , wig , fri 'Q NH .ia 'Y' lf 'T :,: 5 so Stewart Marshall Robert Metz Alex Moreno APO entry in the Bronco Parade largest in history Larry Hoover Mickey Sunderman Dave Maiville it V' 4 R g il ' I IU' 15 ' is ' K 'A 'F-1 ' 'f 'I,, 'miie f. ALPHA PHI OMEGA I I - ,, t e f is Y , lb SERVICE CAMPAIGN J esse fdwcfds Melvin Fawcett Tom Za rate w. 4 ff? Edwardo Martinez Gary Fromlath Rene Garcia I I 'I 'G ll s rrre 5 I Omar Codina f '- -. 1 'faffwniw ff: 1 , mme -- 1 ' iff, sg . Are. f lt- 'tv QAV: , ,, N. wi ,safe f H "' ,, ,,,,..e V V Y egg "H get ' ee ew, I Darrell Eggleston Carlos Guerra Efrain Arce H . ,.. Jsiiwl ,, - g' -I is-vi 4 I 5.IWii?J5 ,Z 4" James Kelly Gary Penn Dr. T. R. Clark Marshall Powell Dr, Lqing Dr. Harold Lerner in I Joe Morales Manuel de la Torre Marvin Rennert l'l3 Martha Mollenhcuer, Second Semester Sweeih ear! Acrgh!!! ,-alll SY M BOLS Q L C DLSDIY Lent' NLsNighv. Lauer N SF 1201 L4-soy 1 I 1 '-T'STl1'?3l'5..R ' tion IIC! lunge I chu- TELEGRAM 6-aQ.Q, W. F. MARSHALL. Pnnmnat ' mms is LOCAL TIME RI poim of origin, Time of receipt is LOCAL 'NME as point of desnna 18 time shown in :he dare line on domesuc Ielegr 0 SE JOHNSON CITY TEX :ST DEG 26 6h KB25 wRAo11 GOVT NL PD TENPDRARY WHITE Hou 'he Red Soxsc -' ' UR LESTER R STEIR, NATIONAL PRESIDENT ALPHA PHI OMEGA CARE THE BROWN PLACE HOTEL CCARE ASST NDR ON DuTY3 DVR MY sINcERE cDNeRATuLATIoNs T0 THE MEMBERS or ALPHA PRI OMEGA GN THE OCCASION or YOUR FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY. WE LOOK FORWARD T0 TouR CONTINUED CONTRIBUTIONS T0 PRINCIPLES or sooo CITIZENSHIP, WORLD UNDERSTANDING AND UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD. YOUR EEEDRTS IN BEHALF or A BETTER AND FULLER LIFE FOR ALL A ERICANS ARE IATED, A DEEPLY APPREC. JOHNSON , LYNDON B S L' , H rY Den Mogher of APO IK'S HOST REGIONAL CONVENTION The Intercollegiate Knights were hosts to Re- gional guests when they held their annual meet- ing at Pan American College. At that time Laura Lee Martin was chosen Regional Princess. As an additional proiect the IK's acted as co-sponsors with the Ladies ot Camelot, their sister sorority, for the Lady Godiva Dance. Pretty Cristina Gutierrez was chosen "Lady Godiva." ME! , i. ,, l Duke Salvador Gonzalez presents Cristina with her "Lady Godiva" ribbon as first runner-up Kathy Kendrick looks on. Harvey Wolff, Recorder, Xavier Margo, Early Salvador Gonzalez, Dukep Jerry Gutierrez, Scribe, Robert Gonzalez, Page Mastery Juan Casares, Horrible Executioner. fi f fi MEMBERS Harvey Wolff .Ioe Garcia Javier Margo Juan Casares George MacGonigle Andres Elizondo Fidencio Martinez .lerry Gutierrez Joe Ibarra Andres Casares Paul Engle Arturo Saenz Edwardo Moralez Augustin Casares Reynaldo Zuniga Eleno Rodriguez Salvador Gonzalez Richard Stone Tony Huerta Brooks Proctor Robert Gonzalez Joe Moralez Salvador Gonzalez Carlos Guerra Enrique Flores Laura Lee Martin presents Lady Godiva her bouquet as 2nd runner-up Yolanda Garza and lst runner-up Kathy Kendricks look on happily. 117 l Now let's see, who gets to do the shaving commercial? All kinds of beards are displayed as Judge Dean Burks makes the crucial decision at the annual Bronco Dance-the "whoopiest" dance of the year. BRONCO BOOSTERS SPONSOR GUN POWDER Bronco Days is the time designed to relieve the humdrums of college and give the students an opportunity to let off steam. This year gunpowder set the nostrils twitching on campus as well as on city wide bases as the Bronco Boost- ers put forth their best. Some of the award winning events provided were the three-legged race, the cigar smoking contest, pie eating contest, and the boys Bill Wilson Don Worley Joe Howell President Vice-President Sec.-Parl. :VA Q i H .il A ls if - ' ' A , m3id.JT' , ..: 31 Ti-Ff 'f,l' , N,t:s.P4gs ,f, at ts T-ig ilgiigl J sack race. The highlights of the three day celebration were the rip-roaring Bronco Dance and Barbecue followed by a lively street dance. The roar of re- volvers announced the new Bronco Queen-Karen Buell and first and sec- ond runner-ups-Deanna Powell and Wanda Brown to end another successful year of events for the Bronco Boosters. Bucky Rodriguez Chifo Herrera Scott Wright Tfeqsuref Chairman Activity Committee 11 - ,r 6 QR, Moonbound Brown was one of the many beauty queens featured in the Bronco Days Parade. in .r '3 'J Don't shove boys, pucker up you'II all get your turn once the defendant is found guilty. , ' Swag 2.3 'R FILLED BRONCO DAYS Ride 'em cowboy and nail that doggie before he gets away. Calf roping was one of the big events featured at the thrilling Rodeo held at the Sheriffs Posse arena in Edinburg. Alfonso Longoria Teddy Ruiz Aizar Karam Mike Gonzalez Jerry Gutierrez John Marlowe PHI SIGMA KAPPA BUILD SCHOOL SPIRIT Phi Sig sinks his teeth in a iuicy morsel at Bronco Days festivities. Jaime Guerra, Sammy Bingham, Jim Clayton, Ned Stocker, Trev Sparks, Larry Seal, Charles Spence, Bruce Newport, Richard Layman, John Sterling, Richard Cardenas, James Humphreys. Phi Sigs whoop it up at Bronco Days street dance. i I Ned Stocker, President, Richard Layman, Vice Pres,, Trev Sparks, Sec- retary, Larry Seal, Treasurer, "Slim" Pickens, Sentinel, Charles Spence, Inductor. Paul Leonard, Mike Conine, "Jimbo" Skinner, Den- nis Seal were the new members accepted into the group this year. The Editor and his hard-working staff were responsi- ble for many excellent issues of The Pun American in 1964-65. Shown left to right ure: Hilda Murro- quin, Society mgr., Melvin Fawcett, Editor-in-Chief, Mike Canon, Sports mgr., Gloria de lo Cruz, Busi- ness mgr., and D. P. Womack, Assistant Editor. N it J 1, 'Q 'W If In my 1. Q- A 4' - al r I S. , . ' s ,5 , 5 ,, . . 1 Y v H N4 ,A A, H 4', I xx-R V," - 1 , . . , . LB ,in- J, , - - 35454 H"'!i' AS: I : F -- L35 PAN AMERICAN GROWS Because of the growing interest in the campus newspaper there has been an increase in the size of the iournulism class and the paper staff. It is the main function of this organization to cover the weekly activities of the students and make an accurate report on them. The Editorship of The Pan American was held by Melvin Fawcett during the Fall Semester and Paul Kuhl during the Spring Semester. 124 W Esfelc Morales Lynn Malsumonii Rudy Phuris Sponsor L Dennis Guion EL BRONCO ,Q vi HELPERS '23 Homer Alba Alex Moreno 1, Ruth Echuzurreia ,VZ Editor 3? ,rx w Y , SQ x., Marcy Haugurih X XX XX X X XX - X ,X X XX M XX WX XX if X X , XX X XX ' 1 X X ' X X X U XX X XX X X I X X XX 7 ' X i X X X XX , X XX X X XX XX X X b, X X X , H H ' XX X X X H I X l 3 X F QQ X X 1 X I X - ' 2 XJ NM - ' X M X9?f . X X X X . X Xi 4 X XX X " X XX W X -f W' N ,X " z -XX mg. X X ,X N:ffX,A2Q', 1 JK, ,J - X W X ' Xe 221 XX X. me 1 azvqsr if ' X X ,X,XXX :XXX XE www X, X XXXgmm5XXnXXnn- K XX XX iff. . 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Flores, Oscar Flores, Ramiro Freeze, Suzanne Fromlath, Peggy Garcia, Alma Garcia, Ignacio Garcia, Rene L. Garza, Lydia de la Gibson, Carolyn Gonzalez, Jeanette Hammer, John Haugarth, Marcia L. Henry, Kay Houston, Ken Huerta, Tony Janecek, Donna Leal, Carlos Lewis, Edna Faye Lewis, Errol J. Longoria, Arturo McClelland, Helen Marroquin, Richard Meiners, Carl Meiia, Oswaldo Moreno, Aleiandro Naranio, Lee Norquest, Mark Palacios, Jessie Paroskevas, Nancy Pena, Eugenio Perez, Eduardo Ramirez, Arturo Ramirez, Joe Richardson, Waymono Robles, Evangeline Rosa, Carlos de la Rodriguez, Henry Rodriguez, Sylvia Ross, John Ruiz, Robert Saenz, D. R. Sandoval, Rosalinda Simmons, Danny Skinner, James Snavely, Becky Snowden, Jayne Tamez, Irma Trevino, Ruby E. Villacana, Esperanza Villanueva, Isabel Villerreal, Esther Villarreal, Herbert Williams, Ernest Wright, Cynthia PAC COLLEGE BAND PAC COLLEGE CHOIR Alba, Homer Barrios, Mary Beane, Barbara Bounous, Colette Brown, Wanda Cantu, Nora Carlson, Ruth Carter, Margaret Clark, Carol Cole, Betty Jo Cruz, Ramiro de la Diaz, Arnold Doneis, Mary Dooley, Francis Dunn, Alvin Escobar, Lita Escobar, Mara Fawcett, Melvin Fitzgerald, Ann Gamez, Esther Garcia, Rene Geery, Phil Gutierrez, Gene Haugarth, Marcia Hayes, Susan Houston, Ken Huebert, Harriet Hytche, Bill Kendrick, Kathy Kerr, Marilynn Lawrence, Tim Leal, Irma Lewis, Errol Lozano, Fernando McCutcheon, Peggy McLeod, Martha Mitchell, .lan Norquest, Mark Pennington, David Perez, Eduardo Rendon, Wylie Rennscheidt, .lack Richardson, Woymona Robertson, Ronnie Shull, Mary Ann Snowden, Jayne Trevino, Loreto Trevino, Ruby Toeller, Sharon Turner, Tom Vasquez, Juan Wheaton, David Williams, James Before ihe Christmas holidays the band gave a concert fealuring sing-along Chrisimas carols. YJ This year the Pan American Choir sang of ihe McAllen Civic Cenfer for a Jewish Convenfion. Lasl year while louring Mexico City, the choir saw the procession of Queen Juliana and Prince Bern- hard through Mexico Cily. Why when I was young .... " "There were always so many gentlemen callers?" fl! -Y ll r :A glen, S ., W3 rn ull? X '3-, "Blow aul ihe NEW DRAMA 5 - ll , i J mx ' 3 --N - -4 M , Q ggi E candles Laura." GROUP PRESENTS . . . "Our home is filled with memories." "Listen lo that wonderful music Pun American CoIlege's new traveling exhibif. Claire Ann Hill, url muior, in observation and conceniration iwo elemenis necessary for o good drawing. .- in . H ,, -Fe 72.259 iii A wiv H infra sis f , 3:27 Y gr V wr Q ki: A 4 am. - 4 V - A , N . . ,...... 5 ,7 J L: 4 ,V , , .Q 1 .H-S ,fir ,f . , -fr' .isis - . li- , , 553 N - 'I ' V : E f L' ' . ' Ji 1.. .... 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Q .L , , .. . . ,W N, , 1, ,a , 1, 4, , 1 ,3 1 M, . . W., ,qu M, , , , ,W,,AiA ,. ,, W . 1 .., , 9 w. 7 ,,r.'. fig, pigs ,.,,. ,. Aw... , , ,f,,,, I M Lu., , .,-Y 1 , , . -1 Arm ' -f ,we n gnu!! 5. i1,,,.'H, ,I 'f L 2 , --wb N 2 -v A 14 xf""k - 'EE , 2 , '75--Qx V' -.' 'if ,.' .'Q S' -' -vi X4 'af .r- , ,tp-,g'.q' - f- f ifQf1"N-pw ' 5 . x i V k " . .Q i Lak, "--f'L.,zf-. 5.2, , Tiff ' ,WM -,E . Q.-y TENNIS TEAM WINS PAC TOURNAMENT PAC NINE SCORE AGAIN PAC BASKETBALL TEAM WINS PAC HOLIDAY TOURNEY MIGHTY BRONCS A-RE TOPS! SPORTS OTTO PROVES HIS GROUND AT PAC. TENNIS TEAM WINS NAIA CHEERLEADERS CRY GO MIGHTY BRONCS Raul Salinas Guard McAllen James Harler William Garrison Center Guard Lillle Falls, N.Y. Grafard 1 Oflo Moore Center , Miami, Florida Fidel del Bario Manager Edinburg l John Harbison Anlh0nY Ealmon Tony de la Pena Forward Center Forwuffl Brownsville Mercer, Pa. HOUSTON Mitchell Edwards Jim Board Gary Loff Forward Guard Forward Houston New Albany, Ind. Brownsville BRONCO SENIORS-Coach Sam Williams is shown with the three seniors F! l Marty Urand Elliot Werber Guard Forward Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. who compose the nucleus of his 1964-65 cage team at Pan American College. Pictured left to right, are: Jim Board, Mitch Edwards and Marty Urand. Allex Gillum Forward Liberty 142 'TQ W1 Hey Alex, why don'I you wuii for Ihe rebound? ' Vi rf 9' Vi 555541, ik mfmp Pg? .. It's n bird, it's a plane, if's Garrison. "Have c heurl? m4""i .lust u little more "Moore" Egg' A924 553 ' Q qu , 5 w A-1 + f-1-B' Ei , at Courh Scm's ulcers showing! , A ' "J warms- 'aww 0 1.0.4 f r qw. ' M fr ' , Q '55 E. . 1 .-E ' Q - df 1 Edward's heads for rebound ihct didn't rebound ' 'N 146 You iell 'em Melvin Whooooooooooooops! Lower that arm big boy! si ww QF-an-w 4 1 X i 'wwf A.. . -N C136 H? . .fx 10? ' ,ww Y s Well, I don'I know! rg? All-Tournament team from Pan American Holiday Tourney. Left to right: Mitch Edwardsp Jim Board "Most Valuable Player"p Russell Noll, McMurry Collegep Anthony Eatmong Henry Garcia, South- west Texasp and Jim Slater, Gustus Adolphus. Everyone to the rebound. Otto guards against shot l Q. L wifi-41 gli va, Coach Som spells out lnsfruchons il,-Qi., ', -1,-.,33f""" Offo up for two. ,gnu - sn. K 114' A: 1Qyxgmm "i 54142, "Gimme a chance," says Board. Gentlemen, easy does if. s SHJIHIL 1 A, You boys carry ony l'lI guard this one , .Flaw fax , ,f- i IAQ.---.,. r- " . ',,. rf- Y--X -afifwgf ,Q V HW gag ' VL Mfg, ' . ,ax I' - ' J-' -, '+ f . , -Eisawmgg, --.ZA -amp HE Garrison "Hound dogs" after ball as Edwards lries In get his hands on if. 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The doubles Team Took firsT and second place in The PAC Tourney and The singles also won several Tifles. So far The record is one win-one loss-one Tie for The season. The Tennis Team has rapidly become an inTernaTional group wiTh players from many counTries To chalk up one win aTTer another and maintain The NAIA Championship QualificaTions. Delrev Nilsche, singles and doubles player. , , . - avi f sei i Wav , i..,., . srev'wef:"vff--wxefff-' , Y.-J g....L., . H l l 1: 1 I "T, i I 7,1 ri ii I . -Mil- iii1isei,i'y.. ' A imfagf W T. . we Q ,Wi Y, w iii ii , , , Jigs- , -Y,-V51 ,, , . . - . '-z F9579 ic". Q. - -- , .r x viilglggiail.ii,,.!,wf,gg,:'l' l, 3 ,F rzae.gl1,:s:i' fi' ll 1 V , - - , ,.1. ' L X , .syn , 1 , , Q .Y . I ' ' ' 'I 2 Q , VI ,QNXX X ' v-W-'IP ' - A 1 .?f"Zfi2 ' s Ja . , , . - . . nuLnnng v.-. , '-S'T'-4Xt" -' 1-- Lf' 'I' . 'Q' 'rf-'-' -fu - 1' 'Ar J H3?7iLFEgfi5?d ' x. 1 H KW - - Y. 1 amy? ' L W-ui 14- ,lfumsi Wwriivg 5 M 2A1 Q ares: yms QMz 7 E! 1 . 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W 1 , v .f ,fl f z 1.21.- :wf W1wLi?i'K LQ 8.3315 1 L M. 1 'ff . wa'--liek? 1 fx . N ,swf ms' , f., :":f-,- :M 1 1.--,,,-,M-yb:.r'92:, :a W- , frtfljf sud X .L,:,,,'... M, Y ,wx fgsmfsnfw '- S1 'gwr M11 ffq' K' - W' fgifsfp mai: " Up and over he goes. x w, x ,,.,.uf?- -- no -,WE :2 .4 OUTSTANDING PLAYING FORESEEN Coach Chuck Young anol his baseball Team face one of The biggesT baseball schedules in The hisTory of Pan American College. WiTh almosT The enTire nucleus re- Turning from The l964 season, The Broncs are again a sTrong conTender for The N.A.l.A. TiTle. OuTsTanding among The Broncs piTching are Two veT- erans, Felipe Leal and Lupe Canul. The Broncs will also have Three players who will be counTed on Tor sTarTing assignmems. The players are Gary LoTT, Frank Elqueseba, and James l-leliTon. In The hiTTing cleparTmenT The Broncs will be counTing heavily on Tour players. Leading The aTTack will be Rudy Guaiardo, Gary WesT, Tommy Cook, and HecTor Salinas. The resT of The Team will be made up of shorTsTop Bucky Rodriguez, Pablo Zamora The sTarTing Third base- man, and Buddy RoberTs The sTarTing second baseman.. OThers on hand will be Kiki Guerra and Joe Morales. m fam Ju V1"Q,Ew n v E' 5 Gif? .,n 'MTN wwe lk.. 2 fb ' 'I Hu X"MI,nfwg,,Eaggiggggfiigi',Wg..:.'-L A ,,5HgE,11 . -5. . f ff . aff -f V LUIS ALAMIA Outfielder Edinburg TOMMY COOK First-Base Edinburg in ,, , -,mag ZW i 532' mujiivgmm H A - Ma' Mawr . 5.5, Qi?" j ii u,.,Y..,..,7M-V ' 2?-.V H. ii. H. ii H. H. W.. W mw.,.i' Qu. Q.: ii 2' mf: WK: ii, ii.: , wg-if i, ii V as Q Bm ii iii if 5 in ii ii i iii iii ,2,. ii ii 1 mi i Si im ww V235 357 - Q ay 1 332 , , in W: Simi , fig-zzuffiz mi 3, mi wg is is ' 'iam' -asia? 4 Aw A 1515? gs! GARY wesr Hscron sALlNAs Quffieyde, Pitcher and Outfielder Edinburg Corpus Christi 164 'Y T---:Y fm- -- W - W E' - Mgr 5 1jWw...Nm,." mhw H. FEUPE LEAI. JESUS LUNA Pitcher Catcher Mafclmoros Edinburg 'U ,, umm ,y x'H,m-'fig mf 'Y ' If f mf5?fiQ""'N "U'-1 H "" 'i4ii2iv2.iQwfpfe1ii2se1Lf115: IA Z F , 1 if ' "',ui? wa w: -25V fl"'- L wf i v, g!!?,nxA4l-1 7.51 ww uw H N, ,Q X MH r N! lm H. Huh! ughgw, M g3gzwE?!!!I!,,, Lgi-,!?, w.?:3iYL . , : 5: Jw -gif? I "EW-Q, 'I V I k, , 4 N , -iw W H. Qwqw-V4'Q Hglggagwo 254,529 H. .miguq y 1 1 v , Y ., , N ,X if ,. w ' iw I .gin FRANK ELQUESEBA Pitcher Brady 166 GUADALUPE CANUL Pitcher Brownsville Ssfvuw um Q: A W. H44 E wx uw if I'W'w"'H X Q M j : m2'HW mWfsszgssf mM u W if u ws 2sz: if J N Tri m? mu, ,H M H, 1 . fi: 1 1 E 'E uw ,Q uw 1 mm RUBEN GUAJARDO ENRIQUE GUERRA Catcher Outfielder Phcrr McAllen "ALEX n, 4' Y: , , L gg: - H Y eh-,w , vw ,mf m ww f." Z L, H1 1 , , ,4 .. ,S , , 1 H. 'M "f W Wy, H Y , , F in asa, f tif- K R H, " 1 w.,g,........ ge H R., E1u....."' KzM,,,,,..1'gwgN U. 2 mu. W4fne4w....... Wu 1' N " 5 2 ,Q Q - . 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Donna Mission Harlingen Pharr McAllen McAllen Mission Argentina Mission McAllen Edinburg McAllen Edinburg McAllen Edinburg Leal, Celia Lyford Leyden, Darlene Weslaco Loganbill, Lana Mission fy. 4, Z' :if 3- I- .. 433191 l 1 ln I lr. Q Q --Q... 1'-5 3 4 ,ij 'B -KL McCutcheon, Peggy McAllen MacGonigle, George McAllen McLeod, Martha .McAllen Magness, Jack Edinburg Maiville, David Edinburg Maiville, Markie Edinburg Marlowe, John McAllen Marshall, Mary Lou Harlingen Martin, Mike Edinburg Martinez, Fidencio Weslaco Martinez, Richard J McAllen Meiia, Oswaldo Edinburg Miller, Laura Lyn McAllen Morris, William Edinburg Obregon, Elva Edinburg odam, Phillip Weslaco Pollard, Nancy McAllen Prasek, Robert McAllen Quintanilla, Domingo Jr. McAllen Ramirez, Natalia Delmifa Rawe, Thomas C. Weslaco Reuter, Fredric W. Harlingen Rettmann, Marilyn McAllen Reyes, Ruben Ismael Edinburg lucillu ra, Richard ra, Rosario h, Robert rls, A. 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Vela, Carlos Villarreal, Heberto Villarreal, Petra Wallace, Doris Wallace, James Werber, Elliol West, Malinda San Juan Weslaco Linn Mission McAllen McAllen Weslaco Mercedes McAllen McAllen Pharr Mercedes Pharr Edinburg Weslaco San Juan McAllen New York Edinburg 193 Alvarado, Lydia Alvarez, Asenath Alvarez, Juanita Amaral, Merida Anderson, Janice Arce, Efrain N. Arreclondo, Jose Jr. Arrott, Joe E. Azam, Gilbert R. Barbosa, Clara Barnes, Jean M. Barnett, Jerry V. Bartels, Donna L. Baudd, Judy C. Beardmore, Elizabeth Beane, Barbara Jo Belcher, Carol l.. Belcher, George Berli, Fred Berry, Ronald E. 'I94 McAllen Pharr Harlingen Alamo Sharyland McAllen McAllen McAllen San Juan McAllen McAllen Mission McAllen Weslaco McAllen Edinburg McAllen Donna Switzerland San Juan Billimek, Theresh C. Blair, John J. Boos, David A. Boos, Roger P. Boria, Diana D. Buell, Richard J. Boro, Ted Francis Brooks, Carol J. 41.1.- ., ,aaa , 1 -me .f ..,.,- - if ., H ,.-Q i L s......fsi .-Q.. 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Derr, Calhrine de la Cruz, Ramiro de la Fuenle, Norma de Ia Garza, Carmela de la Garza, Erneslo de la Garza, Sylvia de Leon, Dolores A. de Leon, Juan M. de la Rosa, Carlos De La Torre, Manuel Dobbs, Dennis Duke, Polly A. 196 Houston Donna Mercedes McAllen McAllen Mission Mission San Juan McAllen McAllen Mission Mercedes Mercedes San Juan McAllen Duran, Norma Elbers, David Ellioll, Marcia F. Ellis, Deanna K. Ely, Billy J. Engle, Paul Espensen, Vicki Evans, Virginia Faires, Roberl Farias, Maria l. Farmer, Linda Feldlma, Robert -7-v San Isidro Edinburg Edcouch Pharr McAllen McAllen McAllen Edinburg Edinburg Delmiia Harlingen Edinburg .K N 52 'fir ll 9 T if X11 J ' i if 5- li! ll! Q ,sau as-r L 4, ,. ' l if N ii .iff f 55 T T? If '- . . 1 33" . ,.::::4A iii, .L ii .' 7' A 1 1' . f l ..-3 ,Q I i n X xl'-or 4-e. jfs: 'fi W. F 1 S. V 5525.5-' , in 1 Q 'W . ":, Q , i.. P ' " X' ...a lll xg . -z yiiiii 'M' 17 ,ifl 11" .1 , ,SMI -' 1 V xg.. .nl .Ky if . 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R. 32 Alamia, Luis Anionio 172,163 Alamia, Paz 80 Alanis, Santiago 97 Alaniz, Rosalinda 194 Alba, Homer 186 Aliaro, Herlinda 172 Allen, Margaret 194 Allex, John J. 186 Alpha Phi Omega 112,113,114,115 Alpha Zera Chi 104,105,106,107 Alfhaus, Doroihy J. 186 Alvarado, Francisco 172 Alvarado, Juvenfine 186 Alvarado, Lucia O. 194 Alvarado, Lydia 194 Alvarado, Sarisabel 186 Alvarez, Alonzo H. 186 Alvarez, Asenaih 194 Alvarez, Juaniia 194 Amaral, Merida 194 Anderson, Janice 194 Arcauie, Edelmira 186 Arce, Efrain N. 194,113,87 A-rce, Rose N. 186 Arecalo, Guadalupe 172 Arispe, Fred 90 Arredondo, Jose Jr. 194 Arroir, Joe E. 194 Ari Club 90 Auld, Jim 131 Austin, Thelma J. 186 Avila, Richard 186 Ayala, Alma L. 186 Aycock, Tom Jr. 131 Azam, Gilbert R. 194 Baker, Zola D. 172 Bapiisi Siudeni Union 93 Baraias, Rosario M. 186 Barbosa, Clara 194 Barnes, Jean M. 194 Barneii, Jerry V. 194,99 Bariels, Donna 194 Baichelor, Sally A. 186 Baudd, Judy C. 194 Baxier, Wynn 131 Beamsley, Bernard 172 Beamsley, Jerome O. 186 Beane, Barbara Jo 194 Beane, Susan B. 186 Beardmore, Elizabeih 194 Beaudry, Dr. Charles 19 Beaudry, E. 19 Bedinghaus, Lawrence 186,131 Belcher, Carol L. 194 Belcher, George 194 Benavides, Arnoldo 172 Benavides, Yolanda 186 Berli, Fred 194,156,43 Bernal, M. Evangelina 186 Name Page Berg, Efhel 186 Berny, Mary Louise 172,104,81 Berry, Ronald E. 194 Billimek, Theresh C. 195 Bingham, Sammy D. 186,120 Bishop, Jacqueline S. 186 Blackburn, Helen 27 Blackwell, Patricia S. 186 Blair, John 195 Board, Jim 141,172,59,149 Boos, David A. 195 Boos, Roger P. 195 Borja, Diana D. 195 Boro, Ted Francis 195 Bounous, Coleire 172,66 Bounous, Lyle 23 Bowman, Donald W. 186 Braden, James B. 186 Bradway, Winneford 21 Brixely, Juanira Joy 172 Bronco Boosters 116,117 Bronkeiies 108,109 Brooks, Carol 195 Brooks, Elizabeih A. 186 Brooks, J. A. 24 Brough, Royce 28 Brown, Alan 85 Brown, Wanda R. 186 Brymer, Joe 98,99 Buell, Karen 45,172,67,76,96,84 107 Buell, Richard 2,3,4,195 Buiienbos, Clara 28 Burks, Robert 1 1,42 Caceres, Jacinio 186 Calderon, Carlos I. 23,100 Calveri, Mike 99 Cameron, Carol 195 Cannon, Mike 122 Caniu, Carolina 195 Caniu, Emelda 195 Caniu, lsmelda 195 Caniu, Ramon 128 Canfu, Rosa E. 196 Canul, Guadalupe 166 Caraveo, Roberi 87,205 Cardenas, Richard 120 Carlson, Bennie Kay 107 Carlson, Ruih A. 186 Carpenier, Sam H. 195 Carranza, Leodegari 186 Carrizo, Mario L. 195 Casares, Andres 117,187 Casares, Augusiin 117,187 Casares, Juan 119,118 Castillo, Maria E. 187 Casiillo, Maria T. 94,187 Castillo, Miguel 172 Carier, Margaret 131 Cavazos, Irene 195 Cavazos, lrma 172 Cavazos, Manuela 187 Cavazos, Maria Y. 195 Name Page Cazares, Maria E. 187 Champion, Mary M. 195 Champion, Reuben E. Jr. 131 Chapa, Carola 195 Chapa, Yolanda 172,94,104,107 Chase, Lynda 195 Chavez, Sylvia E. 195 Cheerleaders 88 Choir 103 Clark, Carol 103,107 Clark, T. R. 18,113 Clayton, Jim 187,120 Cockrell, V. B. 17 Codina, Omar J. 195,113,87,205 Cole, Betty JoAnn 103 Collins, George 172 Conine, Mike 121 Conn, Jack 195 Cook, Joyce 195 Cook, Tommy 187,163 Copenhaver, Sandra N. 187 Cordova, Robert A. 195 Corns, J. B. 29 Couch, Cynthia 195 Craig, J. 20 Crotts, Alfred E. 27 Crooks, Roy 195 Crothers, Thomas E. 187 Crum, Sally 194 Cuellar, Marcelino 187 Curl, Val D. 195 Currie, Eldaa P. 187 Dalberg, Sharon 196 Dalager, Duane 91,187 Date, Issac 91,187 Davis, Adrian L. 196 Davis, Vernon L. 32 Davila, Vernancio 97 Dawsen, Lin 187 Deason, Dick 98,99 de la Cerda, Maria E. 187 de la Cruz, Gloria 96,122 de la Cruz, Ramiro 196 de la Garza, Alfredo 99 de la Garza, Armenia 188 de la Garza, Carmela 196 de la Garza, Ernesto 196 de la Garza, Fernando 188 de la Garza, Lydia 86 de la Garza, Sylvia 196 de la Pena, Rogelio 173 de la Pena, Tony 140 de la Rosa, Carlos 196 de la Torre, Manuel 196,113 de la Vina, Zelma 180 Del Bario, Fidel 140 Del Bario, Manuel 131 de Leon, Dolores A. 196 de Leon, Jose 172 de Leon, Juan M. 196 de los Rios, Carlos 173 de los Santos, Miguel A. 187 Name Page Denham, Valeta F. 196 Derr, Cathrine 196,111 DeVries, Louis S. 33 Diaz, Homer A. 187 Disbro, Jim D. 187 Dominguez, Sylvia M. 18 Doneis, Mary H. 180 Dobbs, Dennis 196 Draeger, Sidney S. 12,26 Dugan, Evelyn 19 Duke, Patty A. 196,111 Duran, Norma 196 Eager, Sherman W. 26 Eatmon, Anthony 140,148,153 Echazarreta, Ruth N. 96,197,194 Edwards, Jesse 113 Edwards, Mitchell 141,173,145,151 Eggleston, Darrell 113,96 Ehly, Richard 180 Elbers, David 196 El Bronco 124,125 El Club de Mexico 89 Elizalde, Minerva 173 Elizondo, Andres 117 Elliott, J. L. 21 Elliott, Marcia F. 196 Ellis, Deanna K. 196 Ellison, Suzanne 187 Elqueseba, Frank 166 Ely, Billy J. 196 Engle, Paul R. 27 Engle, Paul 117,196 Englerth, Penny 187 Escobar, Mara O. 180 Espensen, Vicki 196 Espinosa, Alfredo 187 Estrada, Andres 21 Evans, Guin Elaine 173,114 Evans, Virginia 196 Fagerstrom, William 26 Faires, Robert 196 Farias, Juan F. 186 Farias, Maria L. 196 Farmer, Linda 196 Fawcett, Melvin 96,113,122,1-46 Feldtma, Robert 196 Ferguson, William C. 23 Fernandez, Ana Marie 173,111 Filut, Mary L. 197 Finch, James L. 197 Fitzgerald, Vivian A. 187,85,111 Flores Arminda 173 Flores Arnulto 197 Flores Eleazar C. 180 Flores Elvira 197 Flores Julian 188 Flores Oscar 188 Flores, Oscar R. 188 Flores, Vilma 197 Florez, Enrique 117,188 Fody, Michael lll 197 Fogle, Bobby 197 2 Name Page Foley, James 197 Force, Linda M. 197 Forsythe, Elizabeth 188 Fox, Charles E. 188 Fox, James 197 Fromlath, Gary 197,113 Fromlath, Peggy M. 188 Frost, Jean De Atley 173 Galvan, Maria Carmela 173,90 Gambill, Victor E. 197 Name Page Gomez, Arturo O. 188 Gomez, Felipe 198 Gomez, Melba 180 Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Adelina 1 1 1 Anita 102 Dalinda 198,74 Eddie 198 Gloria 180 Gracie 45,173,66,107,111 Guadalupe 188 lrma 198 Javier 198 Gonzalez, Jeanette 189 Gonzalez, Johnny 198 Gonzalez, Lydia Irene 173 Gonzalez, Miguel Jr. 180,115 Gonzalez, Noemi H. 189 Gonzalez, Reynaldo 198 Gonzalez, Robert 198 Gonzalez, Roberto J. 180 Gonzalez, Rodolfo lll 198 Gonzalez, Ruben D. 189 Gonzalez, Salvador 119,173,118 Gracia, Mary B. 180 Gray, Janet S. 189 Gray, Michael B. 198 Gregg, Tom A. 198 Griffin, Gail 181,96 Grosser, Kent E. 189 Guaiardo, Ruben 167 Guerra, Guerra Guerra Guerra Guerra, Guerra, Guerra Guerra Guerra, Guerra Guerra Arturo 173,70 Bobby 85,97 Carlos 119,198,113,87,205 Enrique 167 Joe F. 189 Jaime 120 Juan R. 181 Maria C. 198 Ramoncita 198 Roberto M. 181 Rose M. 181 Guerrero, Concepcion 173 Guin, Odie Lee Jr. 189 Guion, Dennis 43,174,59,84,112 Gutierrez, Christina 181,78,85,75,111,118,119 Garcia, Adan 188 Garcia, Alma 188,102 Garcia, Alma V. 197 Garcia, Armando 188 Garcia, Celso 91,188 Garcia, Daniel N. 180 Garcia, Eugenio C. 188 Garcia, Gloria A. 180 Garcia, lsidra 188 Garcia, Javier H. 180 Garcia, Joe 117 Garcia, Manuel G. 180 Garcia, Maria C. 197 Garcia, Maria 188 Garcia, Noel 188 Garcia, Oscar 180 Garcia, Rene L. 197,113 Garcia, Ruben Jr. Garcia, Yolanda 180 Garrett, John Edd 180 Garrett, Sidney 20,128 Garrison, William 140,18O,143,151 Garza, Cleo 45,68,107 Garza, Elma L. 173 Garza, Elma 188 Garza, Felicitas 180 Garza, Gilbert 99 Garza, Hogla 188 Garza, Jane 197 Garza, Joe A. 188 Garza, Juanita 197 Garza, Leonel 197 Garza, Linda Rae 188 Garza, Maria D. 197 Garza, Maria G. 197 Garza, Nelda 197 Garza, Olivero 197 Garza, Rodolfo 197 Garza, Rosa M. 197 Garza, Victoria 197 Garza, Yolanda 173,70 Garza, Yolanda R. 117,180,75,111,80 Garzonie, Gregory 197 Gauding, H. H. 16 Geery, Philip 91,173,93,103,112 Gifford, Gale T. 18 Gillum, Allex141,188,59,142,151 Gilmore, L. D. 12,22 Gimnich, Zella 197 Gimpel, Donald 39 Glover, Lloyd Howard 173 Godfrey, Estella 21 Gutierrez, Gene 181 Gutierrez, Javier 181 Gutierrez, Jerry 115,118,119,189 Gutierrez, John 174 Gutierrez, Oralia 198 Gutierrez, Robert 198 Hallock, Patricia 70 Hallock, Virginia 198 Hamlin, Elaine 198 Handy, Frank Jr. 174 Harbour, Roberta Ann 174,67 Harbison, John 140 Hardeman, Anna J. 181 Harter, James 140 Hartman, Rick 189 Harwell, T. N. 19 Hatton, David 198 Name Page Haugarth, Marcy 181,103 Hayes, A. R. 19,96 Hays, Susan G. 189,96,87 Hendrick, O. Larry 189 Hennig, Thomas A. 189,96,87 Hennig, William E. 189 Henry, Frances 198 Hensley, Sharon 198, Herman, Barry W. 189 Name Page Intercollegiate Knights 118,119 lntersorority Council 104,105 Irby, J. A. 16 lzaguirre, Eulagio 189 Jackson, Amanda 199 Hernandez Daniel 189 Hernandez Ela 181 Hernandez Elvia 181 Hernandez Guadalupe 181 Hernandez Hector 198 Hernandez, Jesus 198 Hernandez Jose J. 199 Hernandez, Pablo 199 Hernandez, Thomas 199 Herrera, Alfredo 91 Herrera, Anna Maria 18 Herrera, Chico 114 Herrera, Jaime B. 199 1 Herweck, Lynnda 189,107 Herweck, Scott 77,109 Hester, Glenn B. 199 Hidalgo, Carmen 199,111 Higginbotham, John 91 Jackson, Ralph 199 Jacobs, Raymond 99 James, Pauline 21 Jasman, Jenkins, Pauletta 103 Beverly 199 Jimenez, Roberto'199 Jirovec, David 189 Johnson, Gordon 174 Johnson, Lyndon 190 Johnson, Michael 190 Johnson, Myron 199 Johnson, Travis 199 Joiner, Jerry 190 Jones, Carol Ann 174,98 99 Jones, Lynda 199 Jones, Susan 99 Jorden, Helen 99 Jordon, Leon E. 190,85 Karam, Aizar 115,190 Karam, Joe C. 181 Karam, Judith 174,71 Karam Rosemary 199 Hill, Clara Ann 174,129,136 Hinojosa, Anita 199 Hinoiosa, Eva A. 174 Hinoiosa, George Hinoiosa, Manuel 189 Hinze, Ernest C. 189 Hockett, Lucille M. 174 Hodges, Ella Fae 17 Hodges, H. A. 10 Hoffman, Mary K: 199 Hohimer, Emil 199 Holland, Ernest 174,86 Holmes, Eleanor 174,85,107,86 Hoppenstedt, German 181 Hook, John 27 Hook, Judith 69 Hoover, Larry 96,113 Hoover, Lawrence D. 189 Kellar, James Noel 174,113 Kelly, Linda Lee 174,96,107 Kendricks, Kathy 1 18,1 19,190,75,80 Kerr, Marilynn 190,96 Killinger, Dwayne 90 Kline, Terry M. 181,96 Kolberg, Kenton 174 Kon, George 190,87,155 Kovar, Wayne 199 Kruger, Nancy 190,87 Kuhle, Lornie 157 Kuhl, Paul E. 190 Ladies of Camelot lDelta Sigmal 110,111 Lacey, Mike 199 Laing, W. N. 16,113 Larson, John O. III 181 Lawrence, George T. 174 Layman, Richard 120,121 Hord, Larry D. 18 Houston, Ken 199 Houston, Robert 199 Howell, Daniel 199 Howell, Joe 100,114 Huerta, Bertha 199 Huerta, Tony 117,174 Humphrey, James Albert 189,120 Humphries, Jessie R. 33 Hunt, Jo Ann 199,110 Hunt, Judy 189,87 Hunter, W. Alexander 23 Ibanez, Alfonso 189 Ibarra, Arturo 199 Iloarra, Joe 117 lnmon, Arturo 199 Industrial Arts 91 Leal, Ce Leal, Fel Leavell, Lemons, lia 190 ipe 165 Tommy 98,99 Connie 175 Leo, Edward L. 181 Leonard, Paul 121 Lerner, Harold 16,97,113 Lewis, Edna 200 Lewis, Errol 90 Leyden, Darlene 190 Leyva, Lucinda 200 Leyva, Yolanda 200 Licona, Alberto 200 Linnard, Leslie M. 175,69 Linnard, Warren 175,71 Littleton, Allen S. 175 Littleton, Thomas 200 0 Name Page Lockhart Chuck 99 Lott Gary 141 Loganblll Lana 88190 Longona Altonso 115 190 Longorna Anselmo 190 Longorna Norma 17571 Longorla Servando 200 Looklngblll Allce 200 93 Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Elvira 181 Grace 175 Guadalupe 200 Lydla 190 Mana E 200 Nnada 87 205 Noe 200 Rebecca 175 Robert 200 Roberto S 175 Lovetoy Dlana 190 Lozano Fernando 181 Luce Earl 200 99 Luera Allcla 181 Name Page Mayberry John 201 Mayes Robert 201 Melners Carl D Jr 182 Melia Oswaldo 191 Mena Marla 201 Mendez Jose 201 Mendez Tomrny 201 Menegay Larry Duane 201 Menn Paul 201 Metz Robert 112 Muller Delbert 93 201 Miller Laura Lyn 191 Muller R H Muller Wayne 201 90 Mlreles Vnctor 201 Muze Martha Dxanne 182 Molnna Esther 201 Mollenauer Martha 78 114 201 Mollenauer Scott 201 Monroe JoAnn 201 Montgomery Thomas 201 Moore Bobby 99 Luna Irma Esther 182 Luna Jesus 190 165 Luna Marla R 182 Lund Harry 19 McClendon Dale Lee 182 McClelland Helen 200 102 McCutcheon Peggy 191 MacGonlgh George 117 191 McLeod Martha 191 107 McMurtray Sandra S McNeely Bob 200 Magness Jack 191 Magness John 182 Magurean C V 20 Magurean Mary 200 Mcuvllle David 113191 Malvllle Markle 191 Mang Judy 107 Margo Javxer 119118182 Marlscal Arturo 175 Marlowe John 115 191 Marquez Leon Marroquun Elnezer 200 Marroquun Hllda 122 Marshall Mary C 64175 Marshall Mary Lou 86 191 Marshall Stewart 200 1 12 Moore Moore Moore Charlsre M 175 Otto 140144149 201 Phelma 28 Mora Allcla 201 Mora Thomas 201 Moralez Edwardo 117 182 Moralez Este a 182111 Moralez Joe 117113 Moreno Alelandro Jr 112 201 Moreno Juan F 175 Morgan Glynn 16 84 Morris R D 20 Morrus Wnllrarn 191 Mudd Veronlca 201 Murphy Wayne 99 Murrell JoeC 28 Myers W J 28 Namus Joanne 201 Natho Ann Kathryn 182 107 Natnons Michael 201 Nelson Larry 91 Newman Club 94 95 Newport Bruce 120 Nichols RlchardG 182 Nuelsen Karl 20 Nltsche Detlev 201 157 Nxxon Nell 18 Martin Martln Ma rtln Martin Jane 200 Laura Lee 84194119182 Mlke 191 Olga C 200 Martinez Andres 200 Martinez Eduardo 86 97 113 182 Martnnez Fndencno 117 Martunez Richard Jr 191 Martnnez Socorro 200 Martmg Mrke 98 99 Martlns Nancy 200 Matsumonln Lynn 201 Norman Velma 201 Obregon Elva 191 Ochoa Elada 201 Odom Gaye 88 175 107 Odom Phllllp191 Olnvarez Fndela 182 100 Oluvarez Jose 201 Olxvarez Roberta 202 Order ot Bougalnvlllea 96 Ortega Franclsco 202 O Shea Jerry 99 Otken Charles 21 , 1 , 1 l , , 1 l I I . A , , 1 . , 1 . . I . I I 1 ' ' , 1 1 l ' ' . , l ' 1 I - , ' , . . 17 1 I 1 ' ' I . I . I . I . 1 l ' 1 - ' ' ' . I . I , 1 , , 1 I . . I 1 ' I ' , , 1 1 1 1 , l . 1 I I . . , 1 , , 1 1 1 ' I ' ' I , 1 1 1 1 ' . ' ' , . 182 1 - , 1 1 Madrigal, George 74 MOVQUVM Ralph 22 I . , . . I . I . . , . . I Q , 1 . . I . I I ' . . I . I ' ' , 1 1 I 1 1 ' ' . I . I . , , 1 , 1 . I . I : I . . I . . , . , . 1 1 1 I I ' I I ' ' . , 1 l , , , , 1 . I . I - ' , . 1 1 1 . , I . I , I I - I I . , . . - I . I . . - I . . l ' . . I . I I ' , l 1 .., I Name Page Owings, Ruth M. 18 Oxford, Brink 202 Oxford, Yolanda 202 Parker, Ann 68 Pan American-Newspaper 122,134 PACCAHEA 92 Padilla, Luciano 202 Palacios, Jessie 102 Paloma, Maria M. 202 Paras, Herlinda 202 Paraskevas, Nancy 202 Parish, Macky 202 Pena Arcelia 86,182,94 Pena Eduardo 202 Pena Lydia Y. 202 Pena Manuel 202 Name Page Reilly, Mike 203 Rennert, Marvin 113,203 Rennscheidt, Jack 64,112,175 Renteria, Rosalinda 203 Requenez, Edna 203 Rettmann, Marilyn 191,100 Reyna, Adalberto Jr. 203 Reyna, Maxine 203 Reyna, Roberto 203 Rich, Frederick 203 Rincones, Alberto Jr. 175 Rios, Lucila 192 Rivera, Richard 192 Rivera, Rosario 192 Roberts, A. C. 192 Roberts, Buddy 168 Pena, Maria L. 202 Pena, Noe 202 Pena, Roel 202 Pena, Rolando 202 Penn, Gary 113,202 Pennington, David 202 Perez, Guadalupe 183 Perez, Irma 202 Perez, Juan M. 202 Perking, Michael 202 Robinson, Kenneth 203 Robles, Evangeline 203 Robles, Guadalupe 111 Robles, Rebecca 192 Robles, Sylvia 88,192 Rodeo Club 98,99 Rodgers, Robert W. 27 Rodrigues, Carlos M. 176 Rodriguez, Angelina 192 Rodriguez, Bucky 77,114,168,192 Perzelz, Adan 202 Perry, Margaret S. 183 Peterson, Raymond 24 Pharis, R. V. 20,101 Phillips, Phyllis 22 Rodriguez, Elena 117 Rodriguez Juanita 203 Rodriguez, Roberto 183 Rodriguez Romeo 203 Rodriguez Santos 203 Rodriguez Sylvia 102 Saenz Phi Sigma Kappa 120,121 Pickens, Raymond 121 Pigg, Billy Joe 33 Pineda, Alicia 175 Piper, Rosemary 33 Pleasant, Jerry 202 Pollard, Nancy 191 Ponce, Teresa 202 Powell, Deanna 45,88,183,59,79,107 Powell, Marshall L. 29,113 Powers, Bonnie 13,17,45,104,84 Prasek, Robert 191 Pre-Law Society 97 Pritchard, Betty 202 Proctor, Clayton 202 Proske, Ted 98,99 Pumareio, Tino 202 Quintanilla, Domingo Jr. 191 Quiroz, Hector 203 Ragsdale, Russie 203 Rodriguez, Valentina 203 Roseland, David A. 67,176 Ross, John 203 Ross, Robert W. 18 Rowe, Patti 203 Rueter, Fredric W. 191 Ruiz, Reynaldo 192 Ruiz, Teddy 115 Russell, Don 27,155 Russell, William B. 176 Saenz, Arturo 1 17 Saenz, Dionicio 203 Saenz, Humberto 183 Saenz, Lamar Saenz, Ninta 192 Rosalinda 192 Sahacli, Emma 203 Salazar, Arturo '176 Salazar, Ruben G. 176 Ramirez Aolalberto 203 Ramirez, Alicia 80 Ramirez, Arnaldo Jr. 203 Ramirez Artemio 175 Ramirez, Gilma 203 Ramirez, Jesus Jose 183 Ramirez, Juan Eleazar 183,94 Ramirez, Natalia 191 Rau, Pamela 203 Rowe, Thomas C. 191 Reach, Robert 192 Saldivar, Francisco S. 176 Salge, Lawrence 204 Salinas, Andres 204 Salinas, Cristela 204 Salinas, Hector 164,204 Salinas, Jose A. 192 Salinas, Pedro 192 Salinas, Pete 129 Salinas, Petra 192,90 Salinas, Raul 140 Salinas, Robert 192 Name Page Salinas, Ruben 176 Salinas, Zaragoza Jr. 183 Sanchez, Antonio 176 Sanchez, Arturo N. 85,183 Sanchez, Elisa 192 Sanchez, Esperanza 183 Sanchez, Evangelina 204 Sanchez, Herminia 86 Trolinger, Sanchez, Virginia 192 Sandoval, Alma 204 Sandoval, Rosalinda 204 Savage, Dolores L. 183 Sawyer, John 11 Sawyer, Sandra 104,183 Scales, Dabney 192 Schaefer, Mary K. 70,176 Schilling, Ralph 8,9,39,42 Schoening, Joann 192 Schoonover, Victor 32,42 Schroeder, Roland 204 Schuepbach, Irene 183 Schumaker, Susan Fay 99,183 Schutz, Richard 204 Scott, Nina 204,99 Scrcggins, Ray 192 Seal, Dennis 121 Seal, Larry 120,121 Seitz, Fred 204 Self, Donald 176 Shinpaugh, Ina Morgene 93,183 Schull, Mary Anne 176 Sibauste, Maritza 176 Silva, Amparo 176 Silva, Saul 204 Silva, Yolanda 192 Simon, Henry 192 Skinner, B. R. 19 Slinner, James 121,204 Smid, George 204 Name Page Spilman, Patsy 111 Stephenson, Amy 204 Stephenson, Nancy Elaine 184,107 Sterling, John 193,120 Stocker, Ned 120,121,69 Stone, Richard 117,204 Stratton, Porter 17 Strickland, Annette 184,93 Student Government 84,85,86,87,42,43 Student Nat'l Student Assoc. 100,101 Suarez, Richard 184 Sunderman, Mickey 1 13 Susil, Patricia 204 Swanzey, Virginia 193 Tallent, J. S. 16 Taylor, Ada 129 Taylor, Carol Sue 184 Taylor, Cecila B. 176 Taylor, Melvin F. 29,91 Taylor, Stella 204 Thomas, Amilda 24 Thomas, Jesse 193 Thompson, Forest 204 Thompson, Margie 176,93 Thompson, Tova 193 Tiierina, Gloria 205 Ting, Nai-Tung 19 Toeller, Sharon 193 Torres, Maria S. 193 Torres, Mary Lou 176 Torres, Susan 111 Tracy, Ernest 204 Trevathan, Shirley 204,78 Trevino, Imelda de Jesus 184 Trevino, Jose F. 205 Trevino, Loreto 193 Trevino, Maria C. 176,94 Trevino, Roel 43,177,68,42,84 Trevino, Ruby 205 Gloria 205 Smith I Bobbie M. 176 Smith, Euclid 17 Smith, Gilbert 204 Smith, Joyce 204 Smith, Martha Lynn 107,183 Smith, Nelia Mai 13 Smith, Raymond L. 184 Smith, Robert G. 193 Smith, Sandra 204 Smithey, Ruby 193 Snowden, Jayne 204 Soderquist, Carolyn H. 184 Solis, Abelardo 204 Solis, Gene 193 Solis, Margaret 204 Solis, Solis, Micaela 204 Ninfa 193 Trolinger, Mary Turberville, Linda 184 Turner, Tommy 103,112 Twirlers 102 Unland, Linda 205 Urand, Marty 141,177,66,57,79 Valdez, Joe L. 184 Vance, W. Silas 18 Vanderpool, Wayne 91,184 VanDresar, Ruth 33 Van Matre, Eugene 205 Vasquez, Juan 193,169 Vasquez, Yolanda 205 Vega, Rene J. 205 Vela, Carlos 193,94 Vela, Humberto 177 Sorensen, L. O. 21 Sotelo, Connie 111 Sparks, R. Trev. 184,120,121 Spaulding, Richard D. 184 Spence, Charles 193,120,121 Spies, Bobby 204 Vela, Reynaldo 177 Villacona, Esperanza 205 Villarreal Heberto 193 Villarreal Hector 177 Villarreal Lucia 177 Villarreal, Mary 205 Name Page Villarreal, Petra 193 Vineyard, Elizabeth 177 Wade, Seth 18 Wagner, Wm. David 177 Wallace, Doris 193 Wallace, James 193 Ware, William S. 29 Wassling, Roberta 98,99 Watson, Walter 205 Watters, Jessie Lou 177 Waugh, Dorothy 205 Weater,'Virginia 177 Wenger, Jean 205 Werber, Elliot 141,87,193 West, Fay E. 205 West, Gary J. 184,164 West, Malinda 193 West, Milton 205 White, T. L. 12,16 White, Tim T. 184 Whiteside, Joyce 177,126 Wilkison Peggy Ann 177,94,64 Williams, Brenda 205 Williams, Butch 205 Williams, Eddie 205 Williams, Dr. Glenn 20 Williams Helen L. 177 Williams, Phillip 205 Name Page Williams, Sam 25,145,149 Wilson, Bill 114,77,99 Wilson, William Jo 184 Windham, Ron L. 177 Wisdom, Mike 193 Wolff, Harvey 193,119,118 Womack, D. P. 122 Wood, Gail 107 Wood, Hazel 43,104,84,107 Wood, Reba Jean 177 Wood, Thomas E. 27 Woodward, Michael 193 Worley, Don 114,193,77 Wright, Carl C. 18 Wright, Gertrude 32 Wright, Scott 1 14,77 Wyett, Dorene 177 Yanez, Tomas Jr. 205 Yates, Walter 71 Ybarra, Joe E. 184 Yoder, Glynna 193 Young, Robert W. 177 Youngman, L. 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