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OPENING SECTION ..........
CHAPTER ONE-ACADEMICS . .
CHAPTER TWOECLASSES . . .
CHAPTER THREE -ARTS .,..
COMMUNICATIONS . . .
CHAPTER FIVE - GREEKS .....
CHAPTER SIX - RESIDENCES. ..... . .
CHAPTER SEVEN -STUDENT LIFE . . ,
CHAPTER EIGHT f
BEAUTIES 8. PERSONALITIES , .
CHAPTER NINE -SPORTS. .... . .
CHAPTER TEN-ORGANIZATIONS . .
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Freshmen ushered into a new beginning as Dr. and Mrs. Henneke host the annual Freshman Reception at their home.
Pres. Ben Henneke-TU's Nerve Center
Seldom does an institution of higher
learning have the opportunity of playing
in two 'bowl' games the same year. Yet
this past winter the University of Tulsa
sent a quartet of students to the College
Bowl in New York City and its varsity foot-
ball squad to the Bluebonnet Bowl in Hous-
While neither team won, the important
aspect for use to remember is that the Uni-
versity has climbed sufficiently high in edu-
cational circles to merit this consideration,
and the students were given the opportu-
nity to compete against other fine students
and athletes from Newcomb College and
the University of Tennessee. ln order to
compete, our students drilled and practiced,
giving of themselves so that our Univer-
sity would be well represented. By com-
peting, the students helped not only our
University, but themselves - and are bet-
Informal discussions of new ideas advancing TU ter individuals for
E. R. ALBERT, IR. BYRON V. BOONE JOHN W. BRICE
President Publisher Consultant
Albert 8 Harlow, Inc. Tulsa Daily World
CHARLES W. FLINT BEN G. HENNEKE I. EDGAR HESTON R. K. LANE
Board Chairman President President Consultant
Flint Steel Corp, University of Tulsa Cities Service Oil Co.
FLOYD L. MARTIN F. G. MCCLINTOCK R. OTIS MCCLINTOCK R. W. MCDOXVELL
Consultant President Board Chairman Emeritus Director
First National Bank First National Bank Sunray DX Oil Co.
H. A. EDDINS
P. C. LAUINGER
DON H. MILLER
Skelly Oil Company
WILLIAM H. MORIXIS CHARLES W. OLIPPIAN1' ROBERT L. PARKER DR. CLARENCE I. PONTIUS IOHN ROGERS
President Consultant President President Emeritus Attorney
at Yellowstone Corp. Parker Drilling Co. University of Tulsa
ROBERT C. SHARP HAROLD C. STUART PAUL E. TALIAFERRO CHARLES E. THORNTON D. I. TUEPKER
Investments Attorney Board Chairman President President
Sunray DX Oil Co. Reading fri Bates, Inc. Public Service Co.
W. K. WARREN GERALD H, WESTBY JOHN H. WILLIAMS DR. WILLIAM I. WISEMAN F. RANDOLPH YosT
Director President President Pastor President
Gulf Oil Corporation Seismograph Service Corp, Williams Brothers Co. First Presbyterian Church Pan American
0ificer of Admini tration
CHUCK F. BALES HARRY N, CARTER
Director of Public Relations Dean of Students
GLENN Donns IOHN HAYES
Athletic Director Secretary-Treasurer
WARREN L. I-IIPSHER, IR.
Assistant to the President
Director of Public Functions
Director of Alumni Relations
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since Ianury, 1944. He re-
ceived his B.A., Univ of Om-
ahag M.A., State Univ. of
Iowag L.L.D., Phillips Univ.
College ei Business Administration
To some people, the College of Business
Administration is a new buildingg to others
it is a building and a staffg to still others,
it is a building, a staff and numerous stu-
dents, past and present. However, the fun-
damental understanding of the college is
that it is an opportunity for excellent edu-
cation in business and economics, for un-
dergraduate and graduate alike.
In 1965, the college welcomed the move
to a new and larger headquarters. Room
was definitely an essential for now, with
the division of the Liberal Arts College into
TU's College of Business builds a solid foundation in
two separate colleges, the Business College
is the largest division at TU.
The College of Business Administra-
tion is committed to the belief that the
Business student receives the greatest bene-
Ht through instruction which provides a
broad education in business along with
substantial directed study in the liberal arts.
Conversely, numerous students from other
colleges find that courses in business and
economics present valuable additions and
insights to their university training.
ess, while it assists in training for future employment.
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As a result of the growing system of pri-
mary and secondary education, Tulsa Uni-
versity has created the College of Educa-
tion. This college will help fulfill one of
the nationis most critical needs, that of
the training of competent teachers to fill
the available positions. Although the school
is new it offers a diversified program for the
upper division and graduate student. Both
a liberal education and scholarship of a
high caliber are basic parts of the entire
The curriculum of the College of Educa-
tion is designed to fuse educational breadth,
specialization and professionalism. The ba-
sic assumption is that a teacher should
have a broad and liberal backgroundg that
he should also be master of a concentrated
subject areag and that this preparation
should be paralleled by a professional edu-
cation which provides a knowledge of the
nature of the learner and the learning ex-
perience, an understanding of the functions
and organization of the school and labor-
atory experiences in which the classroom
theories may be applied.
Education looks toward the emergence and development of human minds as it continues to train necessary teachers.
DEAN E. F. FERNEAU, former
resident of Tama, Iowa. I-Ie
received his B.S., Iowa Stateg
M.A., Northwesterng Ph.D.,
Univ. of Chicago.
DEAN R. L. Bmccs, before
coming to TU in 1957, asso.
prof. of music education at
Florida State - B.M.E., M.M.
E., Ph.D. at Univ. of Kansas.
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"The liberalized human being, in the
ancient sense of being free and with major
emphasis placed on achieving maturity of
the rational processes, is the basic goal of
TU's College of Liberal Arts."
These are the Words of Dean Donald E.
Hayden with regard to the type of student
the Liberal Arts School Wants to graduate.
Four years spent as a liberal arts scholar
will not automatically produce a virtually
nliberalizedv person, however, with effort
and interest, this aim can be reached.
Dean Hayden and his colleagues highly
advocate a program of education in breadth
and in depth, seeking a general education
for students Without being superficial.
Oliphant Hall is the home of liberal arts
classes, including the departments of Eng-
lish, psychology, modern languages, relig-
ion, philosophy, special education, and life
sciences. The completion of the new third
Hoor will encompass the sociology and po-
litical science areas of learning. Majors are
also offered in chemistry, math and physics,
economics, and geology.
This is the year that Oliphant Hall
'cgrew upw-structurally and academically.
Anatomic systems serve as a basis for understanding physiological principles as students plan a career in life sciences.
DEAN D. E. I-IAYDEN, fonner
English head, Westbrook Ir.
College for Women. Receiv-
ed his B.A., M.A., Univ. of
Mo.g Ph.D., Syracuse Univ.
DEAN E. T. GUERRERO, dean
since Iune, 1965. He received
his B.S. in Petro. and Mech.
Engineering, M.S., Ph.D. in
iietroleum at Texas A8zM Col-
ellege ei Petroleum eienee and Engineering
The big story for the Engineers is the
big move north. With the addition, move,
and occupancy of the Iersey Campus, a
fresh new momentum has been gained by
the college and in turn the entire Univer-
sity. The addition of the new campus facil-
itated modernization of all labs and made
available large amounts of research base to
all departments, many of which did not
have research base on the Kendall Campus.
As an indirect result of the new area, the
Engineering School will now be offering a
degree in Dr. of Science of Engineering.
Aerospace engineering is one of the Helds of engineering at TU
This new degree is coincident with a surge
of new research, typified by a great faculty
The new facility has more than 100,000
square feet of floor space and more than l30
private research labs, giving the Univer-
sity an excess of class space. The college
also carries on many programs with private
industries, such as Douglas.
With the new thrust of graduate work
the college has maintained its exceptional
undergrad program. Dean E. T. Guerrero
looks to a bright future for TU Engineers.
continuing to keep pace with the challenge of discovery.
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DEAN RODMAN Iomzs, also as-
sociated with TU speech dept.
Received his B.A., Univ, of
Tulsag M.A., Univ. of Iowa.
DEAN W. V. HOLLOWAY, vice-
president of TU since 1959
He received his B.A., South-
western Univ.g M.A., Univ
of Wisconsing Ph.D., Univ
Advanced thought is the basic commod-
ity oiiered by the TU Graduate School.
Basic facts and ideas are translated into
meaningful concepts and method training.
Those in search of higher degrees find
themselves among theorists and pragma-
tists alike. Coffee hours, seminars and in-
formal discussions are all a part of the stu-
dent's further look into his own mind. One
never seems to know fully what wonders
are hidden there. It is the task of the Grd-
uate School to bring what knowledge there
is to the attention of the student and per-
haps spur another human being to a further
discovery, new theory, or logical extension
of a theory already extant.
The TU Graduate School seeks by en-
larging and extending the work of the vari-
ous departments to promote professional
interest and training, to cultivate the spirit
of scholarly study and research, and to give
an enlarged knowledge of a given subject
and its problems and methods of research.
It also seeks to make some contribution to
human knowledge by original research and
Learning is the touchstone of progress: graduates help its reflection remain in the grasp of those seeking knowledge.
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chool oi Law
The School of Law has been an integral
part of the University of Tulsa since 1943.
Under the direction of Dean Bruce Peter-
son, the school is now located in the down-
town area which is near the courts and Bar
Association. The 250 students have access
to the new library that contains in excess
of 30,000 volumes of law books covering
the statutes of all fifty states.
The case study method is employed. To
some extent, the briefing of a case is similar
to some of the jobs the student would be
doing as a lawyer. The attorney with a
client will have to decide what type of case
he has and how he can best meet his ob-
jectives. The student has all of these at his
finger-tip, plus the decision of the court in
the case. The law school provides the stu-
dent with the general principles to apply to
his own suits in later years.
This year, instead of exchanging gifts,
the twenty-six students of the medical-legal
seminar brought toys for distributing to
needy children in Tulsa. These young men
seek to learn about the people that they
will soon be serving.
Coffee hours, seminars, informal discussions are all a part of the law students further look into his chosen career
DEAN BRUCE PETERSON, former
instructor at NYU. Received
his B.S., L.L.B., Univ. of Ok-
Iahomag L.L.M., New York
Dr. Paul L. Brown . . . religion and
philosophy educated in Toronto . . .
Western Theological Seminary , . .
those eloquent lectures . . . loves to
walk, especially in class . . . a stimu-
lating and dynamic professor . . . chal-
Dr. William E. McKee . . . director of
the School of Music . . . French horn
. . . philharmonic . . , humorous and
carefree . . . a misleading lecturer on
occasions . . . The '4Hallelujah Chor-
us?" He can Handel it.
Professor Edward Howard . . . mathe-
matics . . . Mr. Homecoming . , . thor-
ough and "rough" . . . excellent lec-
turer . . . golf's his game . . . plays
poker with a slide rule . . . his favor-
ite reply to a puzzling question:
Professor Bradley E. Place . . . head of the Department of Art . . . Art Students'
League . . . capable . . . known for his friendly advice to students . . . a practical
joker . . . a real Texas-size smile.
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Iames A. Garfield once said that a log
with a student on one end and Mark Hop-
kins, his old teacher, on the' other end was
his ideal college. His point was that per-
sonal contact and direct interest in the in-
dividual student by wise instructors is the
main thing in any institution of learning.
There are many professors at the Uni-
versity of Tulsa who have gained national
recognition for excellence in their field.
many who have published extensively, and
many who have contributed to develop-
ments in research techniques, or to the un-
derstanding of our society.
But there are some Who, in addition,
give stimulating, invigorating lectures,
share findings of recent researchg stop to
hear a student's ideas, taking time to un-
derstand and to comment. These are the
men and women who love to teach, and
who do it well. They are the professors who
care about the quality of the education they
On these pages our staff has photo-
graphed seven such professors. There are
many more, for every student, from his own
experience, can quickly add to the list.
Dr. Beaumont Bruestle . . . English, speech, drama, writ-
ing, criticism Canything he doesn't do?j . . . educated in
Pennsylvania . . . Broadway . . . Theta Alpha Phi . . .
known for his long roll calls in humanities class . . . a
"character" in the non-theatrical sense.
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b. Myra, Tex. H9081 . . . Trinity U .... Chicago . . .
Edinburg . . . Salamanca . , . Utah . . . head of the Depts.
of Rel. and Phil. since 1937. Principles: organize material
. . he constructive . . . work hard!
Dr. Harriet Barclay . . . botany . . . well-liked and respect-
ed . . . interested in good scholarship . . . Mortar Board
sponsor . . . honorary member of Theta Alpha Phi . . .
research in South Africa . . . known for her many interest-
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Ka nsas Cily, Mo.
SECOND ROW: David H. Bernslein, Tulsa: Palci-
nee Buranadilolc, Bangkok. Thailand: Mary Bufhod,
Tulsa: Be+'ry Dondlinger, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: Carolyn Geiger, Tulsa: Armerinda
Guillen, Caracas. Venezuela: Jamal Hashemi.
Akalc. lran: Shirley Heller, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: Alan N. Simon. Sand Springs
Olcla.: Milfon Smiih, Flora, Illinois: Kennelh L
Siimson, Torringlon, Wyoming: Linda Willcinson
TOP ROW: Cleo Alexander, Tulsa: Charles Ba-
hos, Tulsa: June H. Bealmer, Tulsa: Allan H. Bell,
FOURTH ROW: Theresa Hollingsworfh, Tulsa:
Earl Tim Merrick, Canlon, Ohio: Soad Mishrilci,
Cairo, Egypl: Mir Rasheeducldin, Hyderabad, ln-
TOP ROW: James Bailey, Broken Arrow: William
P. Cameron, Tulsa: Joe Cannon, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: H. H. Cooper, Tulsa: Lewis
Gams+er, Tulsa: Richard Hancock, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: James R. Hays, Tulsa: Don Her-
rold, Tulsa: J. C. Jayce, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: S+ewar+ Peace, Tulsa: John
Prac+or, Tulsa: William Se'H'le, Tulsa: Terry Wesi.
E IOR CLASS
TOP ROW: Abbas Abdullah, Nassyriah, Iraq,
Chemical Engineering: Sara W. Abel, Tulsa, Ari
Educalion, Arr Sludenfs League, SEA: Evereii'
Fosler Adams, Owasso, Okla.. Commercial Arl.
Arnold Air Sociely. AFROTC: Mary Margaref
Adams, Tulsa: Jeff M. Addison, Paris, France.
French. German, ISO, German Club. Tulsa Civic
Ballet Alliance Francaise. Newman Club.
SECOND ROW: Abid Ali H. Al-Janabi, Bagh-
dad. Iraq, Pelroleum Engineering: Don E. Allan,
Tulsa, Chemical Engineering, Engineer's Club.
AlChE: Bruce G. Allen, Tulsa, Commercial Ari.
Adverlising, EN: Billy Anderson, Ferris, Texas.
Business Adminislrarion, Varsily Foolball, Leiler-
man's Club: Garry Anderson, Tulsa. Pelroleum
Markeling, Orcheslra. AMA, Pelroleum Markel-
ing Club, AK'I'.
THIRD ROW: Mary Glenn Anderson, Tulsa, Phys-
ical Educaiion, AF, SEA: Frank Anlezana, La Paz.
Bolivia, Chemical Engineering, KE, AlChE: Av-
rum I. Ashery, Tulsa, Commercial Ari, Arr Slu-
clenls League. Jewish Sludenls Associalion: J. L.
Alherlon, Tulsa, Engineering Physics, Orcheslra:
Carolyn Ax'l'on, Tulsa, Malh Educarion, KENDAL-
LABRUM, Sludenl Senale, Mall-I Club, KME,
K-AH, Morlar Board. 'l'TK, X9.
FOURTH ROW: Barbee K. Bagwell, Tulsa, Eng-
lish. AF: Susan Bales, Lillle Rock, Arkansas, Com-
mercial Arl. Ari' Sfudenis League, KKIH Kennelh
B. Barkley, Tulsa, English, Geology: Sydney Keni'
Barnes, Tulsa. Markeling, AKXP, AMA. TU Con-
cerl Band: Linda Shaddow BarneH', Tulsa, Hislory
Educairion, Young Republicans, SEA, AF.
FIFTH ROW: John R. Bay, Tulsa, Business Man-
agemeni: Linda Bay, Oklahoma Cily. Olcla., Eng-
lish: Michelle Beale, Tulsa, Journalism, Morlar
Board, Angel Flighl commander, Who's Who.
IT-AE. COLLEGIAN assislanl edilor, ISO, HAM:
Richard L. Bealnlie, Tulsa, Psychology: James Larry
Beaubien, Tulsa, Business Management KE.
SIXTH ROW: Pa'H'i Bell, Tulsa, Business, TU Busi-
ness Wornen, Presiden+'s Club, Panhellenic, Cheer
leader, SEA, BAE, AT: David Bendl, Frazee.
Minnesola. Economics, IIKA: Phyllis Bereolcs, Tul-
sa. Ofhce Adm., Business Educalion, Laniern, SEA.
TU Business Women, AWS, EAI: Lynn Bevill, Tul-
sa. lnduslrial Psychology: Roger A. Birss, Calgary.
Alberla, Canada, Managemenl.
SEVENTH ROW: Wanda Louise Bishop, Tulsa.
Business Educalion, Lanlerng Donald J. Blackburn,
Tulsa, Sociology, Sociology Club: William H.
Balch, Tulsa, Accounling: J. Bruce Bolinger, Tulsa,
Eng.: Mary A. Breeding, Tulsa. Spanish, X5-2.
BOTTOM ROW: Larry Brock, Tulsa, Managemenl:
Tamerlane Brown, Sapulpa, Okla.. Piano, Mor'rar
Board, EAI, KFFK, CPM: John J. Burke, Tulsa. Pel-
roleum Marlceling, Pelroleum Markeling Club.
AKXP, 1'lKAg Mary Anne Burne'H'e, Tulsa. Elemen-
:ary Edu 'DAQ IIFM, KAH: Jim Burlon, Tulsa.
What is it? It's class oHiicers Penning-
ton, Thomas, Merrick, and Heard. Oh
you mean the art!
Ware ell te eu, the euth I have spent...
TOP ROW: Herman Callands, Elizabelh, New
Jersey, Physical Educalion: Dick Carroll, Sarasora,
Fla.. Hislory, Polilical Science, Young Republi-
cans, Law Club, 'l'A9, EX: Bill C. Chapman, Tul-
sa, Accounfing, Baseball, HKA: BeH'y Charles-
worrh, Tulsa, Home Ec Ecl., SEA, Home Econom-
ics Club: NanneHe Chris+, Phoenix, Ariz., Clinical
Psych.. KWGS-FM, AEP.
SECOND ROW: E. J. Coday, Tulsa, Manage-
menjr, AEII: Sharon Collins, Tulsa, Music, Lanlern.
Scroll, EAT: Roberr G. Cook, Tulsa, Psych.. 'PKI
Kenl M. Cooper, Paris, France, Aeronauiical Eng..
AIAA, Sword and Key: John Dennis Copeland,
THIRD ROW: Greg Corarilo, Slraiford, Conn.,
Speech, KWGS, Tulsa Press Club, Tulsa Thealre.
AEP: R. Ray Corley, Tulsa, Economics, KA: James
D. Corner, Manniord, Okla., English, Religion.
German Club. UTM: Michael E. Coulier, Tulsa,
Managemeni. Young Republicans, AFROTC, EX:
Jerry Cowan, Sapulpa, Olcla., Managemenl.
FOURTH ROW: Russell L. Cox, Tulsa, Accounf-
ing, Execulive Club, AKW: K. Wiley Cox, Tulsa.
Chem. Eng., Sludenl' Senale, Sludeni' Relalions
Com., Sword and Key, AlChE, KME, OAK.
'i'FK, 'l'I'lE: Pafriclc J. Cremin, Tulsa. Journalism,
Sludenl' Senale, KENDALLABRUM, COLLEGIAN
Eclilor. HAM, BAK: PaH'ie Curby, Tulsa, Malh
Eclucaiion, Morlar Boarcl, Vice Pres. Dorm, KME,
KATT, Tl1'Nl', XYZ: David Currenr, Tulsa, Markefing,
American Markeiing Assoc.
FIFTH ROW: Dio L. Daily, Tulsa, Pre-Deniislry.
Zoology, Presiden+'s Club. IFC, HKA: Roberi'
Bruce Dains, Tulsa, Music Eel., K.K'I', SEA, Mod-
ern Choir, TU Bancl, Orcheslra, AXA: Slephanie
Darnell, Tulsa, Sociology. Sociology Club: Roberi'
J. Daugherly, Mounlain View, Calif.. Sociology,
Foolball Tri-Caplain, Track: Roberl J. Davidson,
Cincinnali. Ohio. Accounling. IUCA.
BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Brefl Davis, Nuller Forr.
W. Virginia, Sociology: Lavonne Davis, Tulsa, Mu-
sic, Modern Choir, Opera Workshop, EAT, 'I'1'K:
Liz Davis, Tulsa. English, Young Republicans, AAA:
Karl Dean Day, Tulsa, Markering, AMA: Jon Lynn-
don Day, Neosho, Mo., Accouniing.
Potted plants by Wolavcr
You have sung with me in m aloneness,
TOP ROW: Terence E. Dial, Calgary, Alberia.
Canada, Business Adm., Mgl., AKNI'g Terry P.
Dickey, Hunisville, Alabama, Poliiical Science.
Pres. John Mabee Hall, Presiden+'s Club, Modern
Choir, Young Democraisg Eric Dixon, Tulsa, Poliii-
cal Science, IRC, Circle K, Arnold Air Sociely,
ISO, KENDALLABRUM: Linda Douglass, Tulsa,
Home Ec.. Home Economics Club, IRAQ, Gary
Drain, Tulsa, Speech Theaire, 9A'l'.
SECOND ROW: Bonnie J. Duncan, Tulsa, Voice,
Opera Workshop, German Club, EAT: Lawerence
E. Dunham, Tulsa, Mechan. Eng., ASME: Diana
Duifcn, Tulsa. Commercial Ari, Ari' Siudenis Lea-
gue: John Jacob Dyer, Tulsa, Meehan. Eng..
ASME, KAg William J. Eby, Jr., Wilmeife, III..
lnclusirial Psych., AXA.
THIRD ROW: Linda Elder, Tulsa, Elemenlary Ed.:
Michael C. Ellis, Tulsa, Am. Chem. Socieiy, KME,
Engineers Club, "PHE, 'i'PK, OAK: Roberf L. Ellis,
Tulsa, Engineering Physics. Engineers Club. Maih
Club, Am. lnsl. of Physics. SWE: Virginia Lee
Es+es, Tulsa. Office Adm., TU Business Women,
EYE, Mason C. Finlc, Tulsa.
FOURTH ROW: James Kenneih Flourney, Tulsa.
Zoology: Franlr Fox, Tulsa. Engineering Physics,
Sludeni' Senale, OAK, EHE,Engineers Club, Sword
and Key,Young Democrais, Presicleni's Club, 'PHX
GTK, Lesfer Frair, Tulsa, Engineering Malh, Engi-
neers Club, Maih Club: Donald J. Franlc, Tulsa,
AM. Chem. Sociefy, TIKAg Harold D. Gage, Tahi-
equah, Okla., Managemeni Club, Marlceiing Club.
FIFTH ROW: Warren W. Ganclall, Jr., Tulsa.
Marlceiingp Dorofhy Gardner, Tulsa, English Ed..
SEA. AFROTC Honorary Cadei Colonel, Engi-
neers Queen, KENDALLABRUM Beauly Queen.
KA9, Richard Gardner, Tulsa, Accounring, Track.
IFC, Sludenl Promorions Comm., AK'1'. HKA1
Nancy Jo Garlen, Ponca Ciiy. Olcla., Pre-Social
Service. Sociology Club, ISO, Laniern, Modern
Choir: Said H. Ghachem, Sousse, Tunisia, Chem.
Eng., AIChE, KME, ISO. Engineers Club, Maih
BOTTOM ROW: John Gl1os+bear, Tulsa, Poliiical
Science, EN: George Giacobbe, Maplewood.
Mo., Psych., TU Orchesrraq Dennis M. Gilsrrap,
Tulsa, Maih Ed.. KK11'. TU Band Pres.: Viclci Hog-
gaH Gilsirap, Tulsa, Office Adm., TU Business
Women, BFE. BAE. LPFK. Who's Who, Band,
Orchestra, Dean's Honor Award: Anifa S. Glad-
son, Tulsa, Nursing.
TOP ROW: Margare+ Gowans, Tulsa, Business,
TU Business Women. Modern Choir, Sludenl Sen-
ale, Foofball Queen. Execulive Club Secrelary.
Presidenfs Club, Business School Oueen, X525 Phil-
lip Graves, Tulsa, Accounlingg Kafheryn Gray,
Tulsa, Journalism, COLLEGIAN, X9: G. K.
Greenig, Palo Al'ro, Calif., Speech Ed., Varsily
Track, Varsily Cross Counlry, TU Thealerg Gary
Groom, Tulsa, Sociology, Pre-Med.
SECOND ROW: Isabelle Guerrero, Tulsa: Jeff
Haas, Neosho, Mo., Accounling-Mgr., Execulive
Club, Varsily Baseball Lellerman, KE: Earl N.
Hamm, Tulsa, Pre-Law, English, Pre-Law Club, KE:
Doris Jo Hampfon, Tulsa, Business Ed., TU Busi-
ness Women, SEA, AWS: Roger L. Haney, Tulsa.
Commercial Arr, Arl' Siudenis League.
THIRD ROW: Elizabelh Ann l'largeH', Tulsa.
Commercial Arr, Arr Ed., Arl' Sludenls League,
Newman Club, AAA: Jack Harmon, Coicieyville,
Kansas, Accounlinq: Bill Harrell, Tulsa, Chem.
Eng., Engineers Club: Ralph A. Haum, Whife
Plains, N.Y., Markeling: Carol Hausen, Elizabelhe
lown, Pa., Pre-Social Service, Sociology Club, Ene
FOURTH ROW:CharIes Hawlcins, Tulsa, Com-
mercial Arl', EX: Donald Eugene Hayden, Jr.,
Tulsa, Journalism, COLLEGIAN, BAK: Norma
Ann Sinqlefon Hays, Springfield, Mo., Journalism,
UAE, AAA: Susan Heard, Tulsa, Commercial Ari.
Morlar Board, Presiclen'I's Club. Sludenl' Senale.
Ari Sludenls League, KENDALLABRUM, Who's
Who, GTK, Panhellenic President KE Swear-
hearr, AF: Larry A. Hearn. Neosho, Mo., Man-
agemenr, Track Lellerman, KE.
FIFTH ROW: Viclii Henrichs, Tulsa, Foreign Lan-
guages, Sociology, Young Republicans, German
Club, Panhellenic. AWS, Sociology Club, 'I'M:
Freddie J. Hensley, Tulsa, Pelro. Eng., Engineers
Club, SPE, AIME: Judy Hiclcs, Tulsa, English.
Youno Democrals, Engineers Club, SEA: Lawrence
E. Hill, Tulsa. Sociology, Sociology Club: Peggy
Hill, Tulsa. English Ed., SEA.
SIXTH ROW: Richard Hill, Tulsa, Economics.
Young Republicans, Pre-Law Club, ASH, EX: Paul
A. Hogan, Aurora, Ill., Indus. Psych., ATU: Peggy
Holland, Jenlcs, Okla., Accounling, TU Business
Women, Sleve I-Iolmberg, Tulsa, Managemenl.
Economics, Sluclenl' Senale, IFC President AMA.
AKXP, Who's Who, THTA: Jean Ann Holmes,
Newlon, Iowa, Marlceling, Fashion Board, AMA.
Execulive Club Treasurer, AAA.
SEVENTH ROW: Ar'I'hur L. Howe, Tulsa, Malh.,
Malh Club: Nancy Jean Hubbard, Ballwin, Mo..
Journalism, Young Democrals, AWS, KENDAL-
LABRUM, Council on Religious Life. PAM, PAE,
WM: Buddy Hulsman, Tulsa, Zoology, Pre-Med
Club: Bill Hun+, Tulsa, Psychology, WX: Lynn
Hufchinson, Tulsa, English, Elemenlary Ed.
BOTTOM ROW: Wayne Harris Jaclcson, Borger.
Texas, Engineering Malh, Circle K, Malh Club.
Engineers Club: Clover Rae Jenkins, Tulsa: Donna
Dee Jenlcins, Tulsa, Music Ed., Band, Orches-
+ra, BSU. 'f'FK, KAH, TB-27 George D. Jenkins,
Tulsa: Sieve Jmaeff, Kamsack, Saslc.. Canada, Eco-
nomics, AK'-V: Hunlrer L. Johnson, Tulsa, Sociolo-
gy, Dramalics, Sludenl' Senale Comm., Sociology
II IIIR CLASS
TOP ROW: Ron Johnsfon, Tulsa, I-lislory, Polili-
cal Science, OAK, 'PA-9, Presidenls Club, Vice-
Presidenl' IFC, Presidenf of Sludenl Senale, HFM,
Sword and Key, EX: Markifa Jones, English, Ed-
ucalion, AU, Presidenls Club, AWS, COLLEG-
IAN, KENDALLABRUM, SEA, Young Republicans,
UAE, Fashion Board, Varsily Nile Board: Richard
Jones, Colifeyville. Kansas, Malhemalics, AXA:
Terry W. Jones, Kokomo, Indiana, Hislory Edu-
calion. WA9, AFROTC, Arnold Air Sociefy, Coun-
cil of Religious Life, U-KA: Dorlha Maxine Jordan,
Sperry, Oklahoma. English Educalion.
SECOND ROW: Carol Harper K96'l'Cl'1, Tulsa,
English: Karen Keplinger, Tulsa, Home Econom-
ics. Angel Flighl, KKT: Carol Anne King, Tulsa.
Business Adminisfraliong Richard Klarr, Chicago.
Illinois, Marlceling, IIKAg Ken Knarr, Tulsa. Po-
Iilical Science, Young Democrals.
THIRD ROW: Kenneih Knighi, Tulsa, Accounf-
ing, Baseball: Sherry Lynn Kushmaul, Tulsa, Eng-
Iish, TEH. SNEA. Chapel Choir: Ahmel' Zelci Kul-
Iu, Islanbul, Turlcey, Chemical Engineering: Jack
Lafferfy, Tulsa, Chemislry, KMU, Sruclenl Senale,
ACS: Gusfavo Larrea, La Paz, Bolivia, Peiroleum
Marlceling, Pefroleum Marlceling Club, Marlceling
FOURTH ROW: Glen Law, Indianala, Iowa, Jour-
nalism, SAX, Presidenl of John Mabee Hall,
COLLEGIAN, Men's Inframural Council: Barbara
Lawson, Tulsa, English. Elemenrary Eclucalion.
SEA, BSU, Scroll, ISO: BeH'y Louise Lawson, Tul-
sa, Music Educalion, Modern Choir, EAI, MENC,
BSU: Carol Ann Lee, Tulsa, Zoology, Morlar
Board, Presidenls Club. Panhellenic, KA6: Viclci
Marie Lee, Forl Smilh, Ark., Economics.
FIFTH ROW: Barbara Lessley, Claremore, Olcla.,
Elemenlary Educalioni Bob Lewis, Tulsa, Journal-
ism, HAM, BAK, Young Republicans, -ATU: Linda
Lewis, Tulsa, Life Science Educalion, Young Re-
publicans, NEA, AF: Waller G. Lewis. Corsicana,
Texas, Pelroleurn Marlcefing Club, Presidenfs Club.
AK'I', Iniramural Council, IFC, American Marker-
ing Associalion, AT-fl: Paul Longs-Irefh, Lillle Rock,
Ark.. Religion, Band, Modern Choir, Council on
Religious Life, 'l'll'Ul, Wesley Foundaiion.
SIXTH ROW: Gary Loolcabaugh, Tulsa, Manage-
menl: Bill Looper, Tulsa, Hislory, AFROTC: Gor-
don Louclcs, Tulsa. Music Educalion, KA: Mary
Charles Lyle-Siauble, Anaco, Venezuela, Sociolo-
gy. Sociology Club, Young Republicans: Karen
McCandless, Moline, Illinois, Olilice Adminislra-
lion, EAS, TU Business Women, AWS, Execulive
SEVENTH ROW: Jean McClure, Tulsa, Elemen-
'rary Educalion, SNEA: Margarel' McDonald, Sper-
ry, Olcla., Elemenlary Educalion, Hisiory: Thomas
P. McGuire, Bu'FFaIo, New York, Healrh-Physical
Educalion, Foorball, Le'IIerman's Club: Karen Mc-
Keever, Enid, Okla., Elemenlary Educalion, SEA,
Young Republicans, K-AQ: Dan McKenzie, Tulsa,
Hislory. Polilical Science, AFROTC, THQ.
BOTTOM ROW: Brian L. McNamire, Neosho,
Missouri, Management AK'I': Michael McNieI,
Lawlon, Okla., Accounling: Roger H. McSoud,
Lebanon, Business Economics, Newman Club, Ten-
nis: Nancy MacDoIe, Glenview, III., Heallh 8:
Physical Educalion, EX Sweelhearl, Freshman 31
Sophomore Cheerleader: Mary Magnuson, Aus-
'rin, Minn., Language Arls.
"Dobbs' Inferno" or how to Cook a
Louisville Cardinal for a Hurricane
Ii in the t ilight of memory we hould meet,
TOP ROW: Francis A. Maiercik, Binghamlon.
N.Y., Markeling, lnrramural Council, AXA: Sie-
phen Mandrell, Tulsa, Markeiing, AMA, Freshman
rrack, AKW: Conrad W. Mangold, Tulsa, Marker-
ing, AKXP, American Markering Associaiion, Ex-
eculive Club, Peiroleum Markeiing Club: Bob
Marshak, Tulsa, Maihemaiics, AEH, AFROTC, Ar-
nold Air Socieiy, Engineer's Club, Golf Team.
Young Democrais, lnlramurals Council: William
Warren Mariin, Texarkana, Texas, His+ory Educa-
lion, Afbfl, ISA.
SECOND ROW: Roberl' Meng, Tulsa, Manage-
menr, 5-EH, KE: Charlolle Merrick, Tulsa, Eng-
lish Elemeniary Educaiion, KENDALLABRUM.
Lanrern, KKF: William H. Milclren, Edina, Minne-
soia, Poliiical Science, Sfudenl Senaie, IFC, Presi-
denis Club, Track Leilerman, UKA: Bob W. Miller,
Tulsa, Markeiing, Baseball: Charles W. Mohr, Jr.,
Tulsa, I-Iisiory, Polilical Science, Young Republi-
THIRD ROW: Earl Wayne Mooney, Tulsa, Busi-
ness Managemeni. AKXP: Hilda Dale Moore, Skia-
iook, Okla., Marhemafics: Judy Morgan, Tulsa,
Maih, Orchesira, KWGS, FM radio, Laniern.
Scroll, Marh Club: Frank W. Murphy, Jr., Tulsa,
Engineering Malhemaiics: Kafhleen Murphy, Tul-
sa, Sociology, Sociology Club, Young Republicans,
FOURTH ROW: Helen Murray, Tulsa, Com-
mercial ArI', Ari Siudenis League: Dave Nash,
Tulsa, Economics, AXA: Charles Needham, Grove,
Okla., French Educaiion, Afi,-Q, Council on Re-
ligious Life, Young Republicans, German Club,
SEA, Presidenis Club: Jack Nicholson, Tulsa.
Speech, 9A'l': Darlene Ninemire, Tulsa, Elemen-
Iary Educaiion 81 English, SEA.
FIFTH ROW: Terry K. O'Callaghan, Calgary, AI-
berra, Canada, Markeling, Execuiive Club, Pei-
roleum Markeiing Club, Presideni ol Senior Class
of Business Aclminislraiion School, KE: Thomas
O'Leary, Tulsa, Pre-MecI.,Young Republicans, K-Y:
Carol Olincy, Lake Foresi, III., Young Republicans,
AWS, Presidenrs Club, Presicleni of Lorrie Jane
Mabee I-Iall, lniramural Council, PEMM Club,
KENDALLABRUM: Roberf E. Osborn, Tulsa, Eng-
Iish: Donna Oswald, Tulsa, English, SEA.
BOTTOM ROW: Carol M. Parker, Tulsa, Panhel-
lenic, TU "Y", Young Democrais, lnframural Coun-
cil, COLLEGIAN, AF: Mary Ann Parks, Tulsa,
English Educaiion, SEA, KAN: Julie Pafman, Tul-
sa, Commercial Arr, Modern Choir, Angel Flighi.
HAM, UAE, Arr SIuden'r's League, Varsify Niie
Direclor, Who's Who, K-KF: Bill Penninglon, Dun-
can, Okla., OAK, Fooiball Team, BSU, I.eHerman's
Club, Siudenr Sen-are, Who's Who, TIKA: Nor-
man Pereira, Bombay, India.
Sigma Nu 'grips' the campus with their
You hall ing ith meadeeper ong.
TOP ROW: Cherie Jo Perraulf, Tulsa, Zoology.
KKP, Morlar Board. Angel Flighl. Presiden+'s
Club, Scroll. Lanlern: Ron Peiers, Tulsa. Marker-
ing, AMA: Lee Peiros, Tulsa, Finance: Michael A.
Phillips, Tulsa, Managemenl: Pam Bedford Phillips,
Tulsa, Maih, Malh Club, KME.'l'T'K, UAH, Lan-
lern, Scroll, Sluclenl Educalion Associaiion.
SECOND ROW: Suzanne Pilcoclc, Tulsa, Hislory-
Educa+ion, Newman Club, TPM: Lou Piliman, Tul-
sa, Elemen, Ed., KA9, Young Republicans, SEA:
Richard l. Pongralz, Tulsa, AMA, AKXP, Marlcel-
ing: Biddie Ann Powell, Oklahoma Ciiy, English,
UTM, WX: William C. Prall' Jr., Tulsa, English,
lFC Treasurer, EN.
THIRD ROW: Dawson Priesiman Jr., Darien,
Conn., Accouniing, KE: Milne Quinn, Tulsa, Mar'
keiing, KA: Mary Nell RaclcleFi, Tulsa, English:
John Ramsay, Tulsa, Hislory 81 Poliiical Science.
EN: Nancy Conyer Rascoe, Marion, Kenluclcy.
FOURTH ROW: Rebecca Harrison Raiher, Fori
Smilh, Arkansas, Journalism, HAM, UAE: John
Redman, Tulsa, Speech Ed., AFROTC, UKA: Lin-
da Reed, Tulsa, Vocal Music Ed., EAL Pres..
Menc. SEA., BSU Social Chrmn, Modern Choir:
Joseph T. Reese, l-lousion, Texas, Managemenl.
KE: F. M. Richardson, Tulsa, Accounling, AK'l'
FIFTH ROW: Charles Leonard Richardville, Wick-
liiile, Keniucky, Peiro. Mkig., Pelro. Mldq. Club.
AKA: Luis Gmo Rivero, La Paz, Bolivia, Geology:
Jerry L. Roger, Tulsa, Secondary Maih, KME,
Maih Club. ACS, Wesley Foundaiion: David M.
Rollo, Cleveland, Ohio, Music, Modern Choir.
Chapel Choir. Opera Workshop, 'l'MA: Janel' Lea
Rosenbaum, Tulsa, Home Economics Ed., SEA,
Home Ec. Club.
BOTTOM ROW: Lonnie Russell, Elizabeihiown.
Pa., Pre-Med., MEA. AFROTC: Mehdi Sadr, Shi-
raz, lran, Peiro. Eng., AIME, ISO: Suzanne Eliza-
belh Sample, Brownsville. Texas, Elem. Ed. and
Music. KVM, AWS. BSU, SEA: Phil San Angelo,
Tulsa, Business, AKXl'g James W. Scheer, Tulsa,
fi-HE, mm, -
TOP ROW: Frank J. Schiencller Jr., Tulsa, Psy-
chology, KE: Cyndy Polen Schillinger, Tulsa.
Chrisfian Ed., AAA: Sco'H' Schuhmann, La Verne.
Calif., Healih 81 Physical Ed.. Varsiiy Foolball,
Leiiermans Club: Richard Schussler, Broken Ar-
row, Oklahoma, Hislory 8: Polifical Science. -ITKA.
IFC, Circle K, Senale Welfare Comm.: Vicloria
Saovel, Sirong Poinl, New York. Speech-Radicw
T.V., AEP, Women's Direcior of KWGS.
SECOND ROW: Julie Scroggs, Cedar Rapids.
Iowa. Elem. Ed., KKF: Mifchell Seals, Tulsa. Man-
agemenl: Reba P. Sealon, Tulsa, English, WTM.
K-NP: Vicci Sharp, Tulsa, Music, Band, Orchesira.
TBS, Pres., SAI: Tom R. Shepard, Tulsa, Markel'
ing, KE Presidenl. AKXP, Sludenr Senaie, Execu-
iive Club Presidenl. Presiclenfs Club, Who's Who.
THIRD ROW: Daniel B. Smi+l1,Tulsa, Economics,
BFE, UTM: Howard Norris Smilh, Oklahoma
Ciiy, Oklahoma, Accounring. KZ, AK'I': James
Wesley Smilh, Tulsa. Accounling: Linda Louise
Smiih, Joplin, Mo., Bus. Ed., KA9. Young Repub-
licans. TU Business Women: Sally Smifh, Tulsa.
Zoology, Siudenl Senale Vice-Pres., Co-Ediior of
KENDALLABRUM, Angel Flighi. Morlar Board.
Vice-Pres., UAE, AT, KKF, Treasurer.
FOURTH ROW: Trudy Smiih, Tulsa, Elem. Ed. 8:
English: Slephen Somers, Tulsa, Chem. Eng., Engi-
neering Club, AICE, 'l'l'l3, AXA: Andrew John
Spanogle, Jr., Fronienac, Mo.. Economics, E
Scribe, Young Republicans: Carol Spivey, S+.
Louis, Mo., English Ecl., KING, Presidenfs Club.
Who's Who, Srudeni Senaie. Moriar Board, Soph.
Class Treas., French Class Treas., Varsily Niie
Board. lnlramural Council: Phil Spurlock, Tulsa,
Management KE, Dean's Honor Roll.
FIFTH ROW: Jean F. Siephenson, Tulsa, Bus. Ed..
SEA, TU Business Women: Sieve Sfevenson, Tulsa,
Zoology, KE Scribe. Dean's Honor Rall: Clifford
Siewari, Henryelcia, Oklahoma, Accouniing, Ten-
nis Team: Nancy Smiih Sfockwell, Tulsa, AT: Judy
Sfokes, Muskogee. Oklahoma. Foreign Language,
AAA, Angel Flight Fashion Board, Presidenl's
SIXTH ROW: Phillip W. Sionecipher, Tulsa, Ac-
couniing. AK'T', BSU, AFROTC: Charles Terry
Siowe, Jr., Tulsa, Markeiing, EX, Young Repub-
licans: Mickey Suess, Tulsa, Management TLKA:
Susan Suliburk, Tulsa, Polilical Science, KKF.
Young Republicans, Newman Club: Thomas J.
Sullivenf, Tulsa, Markeiing.
SEVENTH ROW: Tak Ki Sung, Hong Kong.
Chem. Eng., AICE: Susan Swanson, Effingham, Ill..
Social Work, Sociology Club, SEA, AT: Carol
Sword, Dallas, Texas. Spanish 8: French, Young
Republicans: Bill F. Tarpley, Tulsa, Managemenr:
Daniel Evans Teagarden, Neosho, Mo., KME.
THE, Malh Club, Engineering Club, Sword and
BOTTOM ROW: Skip Teel, Tulsa. Managemeni,
EX. IFC: Carolyn Templeion, Tulsa, Music Ed..
SEA, MENC, TU Orcheslra. EAT, KA: Jeanne
Thomas, Tulsa, Commercial Arl, X-fl, Presiclenl's
Club, Srudenl' Senaie. Arr Siudenis League, Lan-
iern, Scroll, KENDALLABRUM, Fashion Advisory
Board, Jr. Class Treas., Sr. Class Treas.: Jim
Thornberry, Barrlesville, Oklahoma, Journalism,
SAX, HAM, COLLEGIAN, KENDALLABRUMZ
Pamela Kay Thornbrugh, Tulsa, Hisrory Ed., SEA.
ll IOR CL SS
TOP ROW: Vernon H. Tippelf, Memphis, Mo.,
Pefroleurn Mkfg., Pefroleum Mlcfg. Club, AMA,
IYIT: Manuel Tovar, Caracas, Venezuela, Chem.
Eng.: Brian M. Turner, Claremore, Oklahoma, So-
ciology. AXA, Universiiy Democrafs, Sociology
Club, Inirarnural Council: John C. Turnquisl, Tul-
sa, Hislory 8: Polifical Science, UTM, Young Re-
publicans Vice-Presidenf, Sfudenf Senale Comm.:
Howard Twilley, Galena Park. Texas, Foofball Tri-
Caplain, Dean's Honor Roll, Who's Who, Foof-
ball End All American.
SECOND ROW: Richard Tyson, Kansas Cily.
Healfh and Physical Educaiion, Foofball Leffer-
man: Doroihy Uh, Tulsa, English: Janice Vallem,
Davenporf, Iowa, Home Economics, Home Ec.
Club, Fashion Board: Maureen Van Dylce, Tulsa,
English, Young Republicans: William R. Van Gie-
son, Columbus, Ohio, Economics and Manage-
menf. Young Democrafs. NPO, Sociology Club,
KENDALLABRUM, Pelroleum Mlcfg. Club.
THIRD ROW: Roberl F. Wally, Chicago, III..
Chemisfry, Engineers Club, ACS, HKA: Roberf
M. Wandres, Tulsa, English, EX: Eva Sands Warlc,
Tulsa, English, Spanish Ele. Ed., XD: Merle Roberf
Warnlcen, Tulsa, Markeling, AK'l': Charlann Wal'-
Icins, Tulsa, Hisfory, BSU.
FOURTH ROW: Janice J. Wailcins, Tulsa, Office
Admin., KAH, TU Business Women, EAS, Lan-
fern, Scroll: Max D. Waflcins, Tulsa, Pre-Law, KA,
IIAA: Sluarf K. Wafson, Sf. Louis, Mo., Marlcef-
ing, KE, Circle K: Bill Weifelcamp, Madison,
Wisc., Managemenf, AK'T': David A. Welsh, Tul-
FIFTH ROW: Carol Ann Wes+alI, Pine Bluff, Ar-
kansas, Accounling, KA, TU Business Women, Sfu-
denf Senafe Comm.: Tim Whalen, Tulsa, English.
AFROTC, Arnold Air Sociefy: Margie While,
Sand Springs, Oklahoma, Fashion Merchandising,
Home Ec. Club: Donald Whifesell, Tulsa, Police
Science, AFROTC, Arnold Air Sociely. Young
Democrals: Anne Williams, Tulsa, English Ed.,
SEA, NEA, Newman Club, AWS, Sociology Club.
SIXTH ROW: Larry S. Williams, Neosho, Mo..
Pre-Denfislry, Foofball, TEKA: Marcia Williams,
Sand Springs, Elemen. Ed.: Diaira Williamson,
Blackwell, Olcla., Sociology, Social Work: Ron
Williamson, Tulsa, Pefroleum Mkfg., Pefroleum
Mkfg. Club: James R. Wilson, Tulsa, Manage-
SEVENTH ROW: John A. Wilson, Tulsa, Life Sci-
ence Ed.: Elme Jeanne Wolcolf, Tulsa, English.
Ari Sfudenfs League: Linda Wolf, Lake Foresf, III.,
Sociology, Sociology Club: Suzanne Woodburn,
Tulsa, Commercial Arf, KU: Charles Chi-Chao
Wu, Honlc Kong, Engineering Physics, Sludenl
Senafe, Sword and Key. Pres., 'I'1TK, BUS, KME,
PresidenI's Club, ISO, Engineers Club, ACS,
BOTTOM ROW: Jennifer Wren, New Orleans.
La.. Chrisfian Ed., fl'M, Wesley Foundafion, AWS,
Inframural Council, Dormifory J-Board: Sanford
Wylie, Tulsa, 'PH-S, Sword and Key, Wesley Foun-
dafion, '1'FK: Lyne'H'e G. Yerefslcy, Tulsa, Office
Admin., X9. Treas., Morfar Board, TU Business
Women, Execufive Club, Presidenfs Club, Who's
Who: Lynn Forsylh Zabrislcie, Madison, Conn.,
English Ed., KA9, SEA: Judson Zellmer, Tulsa,
junior Class oFHcers Homan Hel
lin, and Schiff Hnd Sunday's a busy
If ou mu t mea ure time into seasons
TOP ROW: JENNIE LE ABBOUD, Tul-
sa: DAN AGENT, Sand Springs, Okla.:
MOHAMED A. ALEM, Tripoli: SUSAN
AMMON. S+. Louis, Mo: GWEN ARNN,
Tulsa: RICHARD ATCHISON, Sullivan,
Ill.: ODELL ATNNOOD, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: DAVID AVERILL, Tul-
sa: P. ALVIN BACA, Sania Fe, N.M.:
LINDA BACON, Tulsa: MARCIE BAILEY,
Tulsa: JIMMY BAKER, Tulsa: KENNIE
JO BAKER, Tulsa: DALE BANDY, Jones-
THIRD ROW: CHARLES B. BARNES,
Tulsa: JACK BARTELS, Kansas Cily,
Kan.: KEN BASS, Kirkwood, Mo.: VICKI
BASSI, Gunnison, Miss.: LINDA BEGIN,
Tulsa: WILLIAM RAY BENDER, Albu-
querque, N.M.: JIM BIRD, Ponca Ci'I'y,
FOURTH ROW: AILEEN BLACKFORD,
Oclielala, OlCIa.: DIANE E. BLAISDELI.,
Tulsa: PATTI BLUE, Tulsa: RICHARD
BLUNK, Springfield, III.: KAY BODLEY,
Tulsa: FLOYD R. BOEN, Collinsville.
Okla.: PHIL BOILLOT, Tulsa.
FIFTH ROW: CHLOTEAL BONNER,
Tulsa: DOUGLAS BRADY, Tulsa: MAR-
VIN I.. BRAZEAI., Tulsa? TOM BRIGGS.
Tulsa: PAULA BRINKLEY, Tulsa: MAR-
THA BROCK, Tulsa: STEVE BROPHY,
BOTTOM ROW: SALLY BRYANT, Tul-
sa: JIM BRYDEN, Tulsa: RICHARD
CANTRELL, Tulsa: LINDA A. CASH,
Hagersfown, Md.: CAROLYN CATRON,
Tulsa: MICK CHAMPION, Tulsa: RICK
CHARLTON, Springfield, Ill.
TOP ROW: JAMIL CHEBIL, Sousse,
Tumlia: DOLORES CHRISTESSEN, Tul-
sa: SUSIE CLANNIN, Founlain Valley.
Calif.: CANDY CLARK, Tulsa: MARTHA
CLARKE, Tulsa: JULIE CLEVELAND, S+.
Louis, Mo.: MARY COBB, Mexia, Texas.
SECOND ROW: BARBARA COOMBS,
Carlhage, Mo.: PATTY COULTER, Mi-
ami, Florida: ROBERT COX, Cresiwoocl.
Mo.: JAMES K. CRAWFORD, Tulsa:
JOHN CRAY, Tulsa: ROBERT D. CUPP,
Tulsa: SANDI CURTIS, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: JON CURTIUS, Tulsa:
LARRY CUSACK, Joplin, Mo.: JOHN
W. DALTON, Tulsa: KEN DAVIDSON.
Tulsa: DEE DEE DAVIS, Caloosa. Okla.:
JOHN DAVIS, Tulsa: KEN DENNISON,
FOURTH ROW: JON DETHERAGE, Tul-
sa: WAYNE A. DORCHAK, Tulsa: KEL-
LY DOWD, Barllesville, Olcla.: SHARON
DURKIN, Tulsa: DYANN DYER, Tulsa:
DON EATON, Tulsa: DINO ECONO-
FIFTH ROW: CLYDE P. EDWARDS, Tul-
sa: CLYTA EDWARDS, Tulsai DON O.
ELLIOTT, JR., Tulsa: JOHN EWERT,
Tulsa: MICHEL N. FEEMSTER, Lalce For-
esl, lll.I MUSTOPHA FEKIH, TunlS.
SIXTH ROW: JUDY FLETCHER, Tulsa:
GAILA FLICKINGER, Tulsa: GEORG
FLIPPO, Tulsa: NOBLE FORBES, Tulsa?
SANDRA FOREHAND, Tulsa! ROBERT
M. FORNELL, Tulsa: JIM FORSTER, JR.,
SEVENTH ROW: JAMY ELIZABETH
FOX, Forl Worih. Texas: DOHNA FRED-
RICKSON, Onawa, Iowa: JAMES G.
FRERE, Baxler Springs, Kan.: KAYE FUL-
CHER, Tulsa: RONNIE GARRELL, Tulsa:
LINDA GERBER, Tulsa: JIM GIFFORD.
EIGHTI-I ROW: MELINDA GILMORE.
Tulsa: JOHN P. GLASS, Tulsa: MARGO
GLENN, Kirkwood, Mo.: NELLY GO-
MEZ, Caracas, Venezuela: ROGER GOD-
ING, Downers Grove, Ill.: MIKE GRAVES,
Tulsa: MARY S. GRIFFIN, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: JIM R. GRINER, Cush-
ing, Olcla.: ROBERT A. GSELL, Glen
Rock. N. J.: JUDY GUNNER, Cincins
nali, Ohio: RICK HAMBY, Tulsa: LARRY
HAMMICK, Tulsa: JANE HANNAH,
Tulsa: CAROL MANSON, Tulsa.
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-especially if they are as spirited as
Varsity cheerleaders Patti and Sharon.
nd oda embrace the pat ith remembrance.
TOP ROW: NANCY KIRKMAN, Coffey-
ville, Kan.: CAROL KNIGHT, Kirkwood,
Mo.: KAREN KRIBBS, Tulsa: JOANNE
KRIEGER, Tulsa: PETER KWONG, Hong
Kong: BOB LAIR, Tulsa: GENE LAKU-
SIAK, Sarnia, Onfarlo.
SECOND ROW: PARK LANG, Tulsa:
RON LANGLEY, Tulsa: DAVE LANS-
DOWN, Enid, Okla.: CHARLES LEE, Sl.
Louis. Mo.: GORDON LEE, Tulsa: BILL
LEIGHTY, Tulsa: JUDY LINDLEY, Sl.
THIRD ROW: WILLIAM LYONS, Tulsa!
BRUCE G. MCCALLISTER, Tulsa: PAT-
RICK MCGOVERN, Tulsa? SHERRIE
BELLE McKEE, Tulsa: JIM MCKOWN.
Tulsa: NANCY McMANUS, Barllesvllle.
Olcla.: JIM MCNABB, Tulsa.
FOURTH ROW: DENNIS MALTBIE,
Amslerdam, New York: LINDA MARLAR,
Caloosa, Olcla.: RANDY MARSHALL,
Alberla, Canada: RINNE MARTIN, Jop-
lln, Mo.: WADE MARTIN, Seminole,
Okla.: REED T. MELTON, Tulsa: STEVEN
D. MILLER, Arllnglon Heighfs, lll.
FIFTH ROW: ART MIRES, Ponca Ciiy.
Okla.: JIMMIE MITCHELL, Tulsa: TO-
NETTE MOELLER, Tulsa: DANIEL K.
MORGAN, Tulsa: LINDA MORRIS, Tul-
sa: CAROLYN MULLENAX, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: WARD MURPHY, Tul-
sa: JIMMY MURRY, Tulsa: RONALD
MYERS, Tulsa: JIM NAYLOR, Tulsa:
SUE ELLEN NELSON, Tulsa! JAMSHID
NOGHREY, Telweran, lnclla: JAMES
NOREN, Chicago, lll.
TOP ROW: CAROLE NORRIS, Tulsa:
MOHAMID-HAJ SULEIMAN OMRANI,
Tripoli, Liibya: JUDI O'NEAL, Ausiin.
Texas: JOEL OWENS, Tulsa: CAROL
PARSONS, S+. Louis, Mo.: JERRY M.
PASSMORE, Tulsa.: DAN PAVLAK, Easl
SECOND ROW:NICKI PEARSON, Tul-
sa: SUSANNE PERKINS, Enid OIcla.7
DONNA PHELPS, Tulsa: RANDY M.
PHILLIPS, Tulsa: GEORGE PIERSON, S+.
Louis, Mo.: CONNIE PLUMMER, Tulsa:
RICHARD POTASKY, Daylon, Ohio.
THIRD ROW: ROBERT PRIES, S+. Louis.
Mo.: PAM PRIMM, Tulsa: JACQUELINE
PRUITT, Tulsa: JACK REA, Tulsa: LAR-
RY REED, Tulsa: MARGARET REED.
Burley, ldalwo: JERRY RIFE, Tulsa.
FOURTH ROW: TOM RILEY, Houslon.
Texas: CHRISTINE RODGERS, Chicago.
III.: STEPHEN RODGERS, Barllesville.
Okla.: ELIZABETH ROGERS, Tulsa:
JOHN ROGINSKI, Tulsa: JANI ROWE,
Tulsa.: THERON RUSSELL, Skokie, Ill.
FIFTH ROW: STEVE R. SAILOK, Sl'.
Louis: ABDUL-WABAB SALAYMEH, Al-
Klwalil-Jordan: STEVE SALTZMAN, Tulsa:
DOYLE SANDERS, Tulsa: JACK SAN-
GUNE'I'I', Tulsa: JON SCHIMPF, Tulsa!
GARY SCHMIDT, Tulsa.
SIXTH ROW: NANCY SCHULZ, Kirlc-
wood, Mo.: JANET SCHWAMB, Tulsa:
JUANITA SELLERS, Tulsa: SUSAN ELIZ-
ABETH SHAW, Coral Gables. Fla:
MARY SHELDON, Palos Park, Ill.: FRAN-
CIS X. SHIELDS, Palaiine, Ill.: MIKE
SEVVENTH ROW: GORDON WILLIAM
SIM, Regina. Saskalchewan, Canada:
KATHY SKINNER, Tulsa: NANCY
SLEEPER, Tulsa: DICK SLOAN, Tulsa:
CHERYL SMART, SI. Louis, Mo.: DAVE
SMEAL, Calgary, Canada: CAROL ANN
EIGHTH ROW: JANET SMITH, Tulsa!
LESLIE SMITH, Tulsa? LINDA RUTH
SMITH, Poleau, Olcla.: PATTI SMITH,
Pine Bluff, Ark.: GEORGE SOLOMON.
Mosul, Iraq: TAHLULA SPIVY, Tulsa:
LAWRENCE STANSBURY, Dallas, Texas.
BOTTOM ROW: THOMAS E. STEH-
MAN, Berea, Ohio: SHARON STEPHAN,
Williamsiown. W. Va.: PATTI STERNE,
Tulsa: JOHN STEVENSON, Wiclwila.
Kansas: ROBERT M. STEWART, Barlles-
ville, Olqla.: DRENDA STOUT, Tulsa:
CATHY A. STRICKLAND, Tulsa.
"Triple your pleasure, triple your
fun .h . ." Gloria, Carol and Cindy
sing 111 one of the Tri-Delt's fall skits.
And embrace the mystic future with longing.
TOP ROW: RICHARD STUDENNY, Slo-
ny Poin'l', N.Y.: GARY SUMMERFIELD,
Glen Ellyn, III.: CLAIRE SWAN, Tulsa:
LARRY SWIFT. Neosho, MO.7 JANET
TAYLOR, Park Ridge, III.: KENT THOM-
AS, Tulsa: DAVID F. TIMMONS, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: GODFRIED TOUS-
SAINT, Tremelo, Belgium: VETA JO
TREAT, Tulsa: GARY TRYON, Tulsa!
STEVE TURNBO, Tulsa: JIM UTZ, Tulsat
LOU VESPASIAN, Lexlngion, III.: CARL
H. VIANA, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: RON VICK, Whiiefislw
Bay, Wis.: PETE VICKERS, Tulsa: JOHN
VOLLE, Springfield, III.: KENT WASH-
BURN. Ponca Cify. Olda.: SURINDER
WAZIR, India: JACKIE WEBBER, Tulsa:
DAVID WEISKOPF, Springfield, III.
FOURTH ROW: JEFFREY W. WELCH.
Tulsa: MARION WELDON, Tulsa: CAR-
OL R. WELLS, I-Ienrye++a, Okla.: MAR-
GARET ANN WELTON, Arkansas Ciiy.
Kan.: JOE WESTON, Neoslwo, Mo.:
MARGARET WHEAT, Tulsa: JOHN
FIFTH ROW: MARY KAY WILCOX.
Tulsa: KARLA WILEY, Sapulpa. Okla.:
WALLY WILLARD, Bakersfield, CaIif.5
JUDITH KAY WILSON, Clwanule, Kan.:
STEVE WINKLE, Ashion, III.: JERRY
BOTTOM ROW: RICHARD WOLF.
Kirkwood, Mo.: BARBARA WYLIE, Car-
'Ier, OkIa.: JUDY YATES, Tulsa: MARK
YORK, Tulsa: RICHARD B. YOUNG.
Tulsa: WILLIAM A. YOUNG. Ponca
TOP ROW: ARCHIE ACREE, Broken
Arrow, Okla.: CATHEE ADDERTON, Sl.
Louis, Mo.: TED AQUILAR, Tulsa:
CLARE AHRENS, Tulsa: JANICE ALEX-
ANDER, Muskogee, Okla.: FRED ALLEN,
Tulsa: WILLIS ALLEN, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: STEVE ALLEY, Tulsa.:
GARY ALLISON, Tulsa: TONY ALLO-
WAY, Tulsa: LARRY ALSUP, Tulsa:
NANCY ANDERSON, Housfon, Texas:
TOM ARMINO, Cliflon, New Jersey:
SUE ATWATER, Springfield. III.
THIRD ROW: LARRY BABB, Tulsa: ANN
BABER, Dallas, Texas: JAMES BAILY,
Broken Arrow, Okla.: CATHY BAMBURG,
Enicl, Olcla.: JIM BARNES, Tulsa: TERRY
BARNES, Tulsa: TONY BARRICK, Tulsa.
FOURTH ROW: LARRY BARTLEY, Tul-
sa: WAYNE BASS, Tulsa: GARY BAX-
TER, Tulsa: SUE BAYER, S+. Louis, Mo.:
STEPHEN BEARD, Harrison, Ark: AN-
NA FAYE BEA'I'l'lE, Tulsa: DAVID BEEN,
FIFTH ROW: BARBARA BELFORD, Tul-
sa: GARY BENTON, Housfon, Tex.:
BRUCE BERKINSHAW, Sf. Louis, Mo.:
GLORIA BIRCH, Tulsa: JERIES BISH-
ARA, Tulsa: JUDITH BLAIR, Arkansas
Cily, Kan.: SALLY BLISS, Tulsa.
SIXTH ROW: SANDRA BLOCKER, Tul-
sa: ALICE ANN BOGGS, Dallas. Tex.:
CATHERINE BORLAND, Tulsa: LARRY
BOYER, Tulsa: DENNIS BRADFORD, Wi-
clwila, Kan.: PAT BRASIER, Claremore,
Okla.: JANE BRAY, Tulsa.
SEVENTH ROW: BARBARA BREUN-
INGER, Bricklown, N. J.: GARY
BRIDGES, Tulsa: BETTY BROWN, Tulsa:
EDWARD BROWN, Chambersburg.
Penn.: JANIECE BROWN, Tulsa: KATHY
BROWN, Davenporl, Iowa: CHERYL
EIGHTH ROW: MARCIA BURRUS, Tul-
sa: RONALD BUSH, Alberlville, Ala.:
ROBERT BUTHOD, Tulsa: STEVE CALD-
WELL, Tulsa: SHIRLEY CAMPBELL,
Owasso. Okla.: LYNDA CARINDER, Tul-
sa: JULIAN CARR, Lake Charles, La.
BOTTOM ROW: ROBERT CARRUTH,
Tulsa: JAMES CARUTHERS, Tulsa: SAN-
DRA CATREN, Tulsa: BURKE CHAND-
LER, Tulsa: CONNIE CHAPMAN, Tulsa:
CRAIG CHERRY, Girard, Ill.: LOR-
RAINE CHRISTMEN, Tulsa.
OPHO ORE CLASS
TOP ROW: BEVERLY CLARK, Tulsa:
CHRIS COLE, Tulsa: GARY COLLETT,
Dallas, Tex.: GARY COLLINS, Tulsa:
JUDY COOK, Tulsa: KAREN COOK.
Tulsa: LYNDA COOPER, Chicago, Ill.
SECOND ROW: RAY COUSINS, Tulsa:
STEVE CRAWFORD, Sf. Joseph, Mo.:
BEVERLY CRISWELL, Leawood, Kan.:
BILL CROISANT, Muskogee, Okla.:
CAMERON CUNNINGHAM, Tulsa: KA-
TIE DAINS, Tulsa: JAYNE DAUB, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: DELORIS DAWSON, Tul-
sa: PATRICIA DEAN, Tulsa: GUY DECK-
ER, Longbranch, New Jersey: JEANNE
DEMING, Tulsa: JOE DENNIS, Tulsa:
SUZANNE DENTON, Muskogee, Olcla.:
ANNE DEVINE, Tulsa.
FOURTH ROW: JEAN DICKERSON,
Brenlwood, Mo.: KAREN DODD, Broken,
Arrow, Olcla.: KEITH DRAYTON, Jones-
ville, Mich.: JEFF DUCUMMON, Tulsa:
RANDALL DUGAN, Wesllield, New Jer-
sey: VIRGINIA DUKE, Big Cabin, OIcla.I
DEANNA DUNAGAN, Tulsa.
FIFTH ROW: ROBERT DUNCAN, Dun-
can, Olcla.: JOHN DUNN, Tulsa: AR-
THUR DUPUY, Philadelphia, Penn.:
DUKE DWYER, Rochesler, Penn.: MAR-
SHA EDMONDS, Springfield, III.: MAR-
SHA ELKINS, Tulsa: BARBIE ENSMING-
ER, Chicago. Ill.
SIXTH ROW: ANITA ETTER, Tulsa:
SANDY EVANS, Barringion, ll.: SHER-
RY FAUST, New Canaan. Conn.:
WAYNE FERGUSON, Tulsa: NANCY FIL-
KEL, Tulsa: EDWARD FISHER, Tulsa:
KATHY FLANAGAN, Tulsa.
SEVENTH ROW: DAN FLOURNOY.
Tulsa: DAN FOYIL, Tulsa: ROBERT
FREDRICKSON, Lincoln, Neb.: MARGA-
RET FRENCH, Tulsa: JOE GANEM.
Sand Springs, Olcla.: PILAR GARCIA,
Tulsa: RICK GARRISON, Tulsa.
EIGHTH ROW: MIKE GEORGE, Tulsa:
JOHN GIBBONS, Ceniraia, Mo.: GLEN
GILDERSLEEVE, Tulsa: JOE GILL, Bixby,
OkIa.: LARRY GILL, Tulsa: PAMELA
GLEASON, Wheafon, Ill.: ROGER
BOTTOM ROW: GLORIA GOODSON.
Tulsa: JACK GOTT, Tulsa: PATTY GRA-
DY, Tulsa: MELISSA GRANT, Ponca
Cily, Olsla.: ROBERT GRAY: FREIDA
GREEN, Jenks, Okla.: ROGER GRIGOR.
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IIPHO ORE CLASS
TOP ROW: JERRY HURD, Tulsa: JAN
INHOFE, Tulsa: RICHARD JACEWITZ,
Tulsa: JANET JACKSON, Tulsa: SAN-
DRA JACKSON, Tulsa: CHUCK JERNI-
GAN, Tulsa: WESLEY JOHNSON, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: DEAN JONES, Tulsa:
SUSAN JONES, Tulsa: ALEXIA KALLAY,
Tulsa: CINDY KALOUSEK, Kansas Cily,
Kan.: FRANK KASTL, Tulsa: SHARON
KAUL, S+. Louis. Mo.: RICHARD KEAT-
THIRD ROW: LLOYD KELLEY, Galena
Park, Texas: NANCY KETCHUM, Tulsa:
LEONARD KEYSER, Holland: HAWAS
KHALIFA, Dammam, Saudi Arabia: ED-
WAD KING, Tulsa: GARY D. KIRK.
Barllesville, Olcla.: KIM KIRTON, Hous-
FOURTH ROW: BEVERLY KLEINMANN,
Barllesville. Olcla.: DAVID KNABB,
Whealon, III.: KEN KNEPPER, Tulsa:
BARBI KNIGHT, Tulsa: PAUL KNOX,
Tulsa: RONALD KOVACH, Sr. Louis.
Mo.: KAREN KRAUS, Harrison, Ark.
FIFTH ROW: RONALD KUHN, Bur-
gel'rs'rown. Pa.: NORMA KYLE, Tulsa:
MARY MIKE LANDRUM, Ardmore.
Olcla.: SHARON LANGDON, Tulsa:
BONNIE LARIMORE, Kirkwood, Mo.:
MARGARET LARSON, Tulsa: ROB LASS-
WELL, SI. Louis. Mo.
SIXTH ROW: JULIE LAUDON, Kansas
Cily, Mo.: DAVID LAUGHLIN, Tulsa:
PATTY LAWLER, Tulsa: LUANNA LAY-
MAN, Tulsa: ARLEY LEE, Tulsa: MARTI
LEE, Tulsa: DIANE LEFFLER, Tulsa:
SEVENTH ROW: JOE LENNART, Tulsa:
DAVID LERCH, Tulsa: JANICE LEWIS,
Tulsa: JOHN LINDER, Joplin, Mo.: PAT
LINTON, Tulsa: JUDI LOFTON, Tulsa:
KIM LONG, Tulsa.
EIGHTI-I ROW: JIM MCCRAY, Dallas.
Texas: JANEY McCLARY. Tulsa.: GARY
MCDERMOTT, Longview, Texas: KAY
McKELLIPS, Okmulgee, Olcla.: KIM Mc-
WHORTER, Tulsa: IAN MACDONALD.
Orrawa, Onfario, Canada: ROBERT
MADDY, Sperry, Okla.
BOTTOM ROW: KATHY MAGBY, Tulsa!
BENTON MAPLES, Ponca Cily, Okla.C
SANDY MARCHINO, Downers Grove:
Ill.: LUZETTA MARTINEZ, Tulsa: JOYCE
MASSAD, Sand Springs, Olcla.: DIANE
MASURE, Colorado Springs, Colorado:
GREG MAZUR, Easl Chicago. Ind.
TOP ROW: JUNE MELTON, Tulsa:
MARY ANN MESKER, Tulsa: DON
MIGL, Galena Park, Texas: JAMES MIL-
BURN, Tulsa: FORREST MILLER, Enid.
Okla.: MARY MILLER, Tulsa: MIKE MIL-
LER, Arkansas Cily, Kan.
SECOND ROW: RON MILLER, Tulsa:
PAULA MILLS, Joplin, Mo.: I-IARRIET
MOHAN, Tulsa: DAVID MOORE, Tulsa:
FRANCINE K. MOORE, Tulsa: GINNY
MORELAND, Haddonfield. New Jersey:
GLEN L. MORELAND, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: EL-AGELI MUKTAR.
Tripoli, Libya: JULIE MUNSON, Tulsa:
MALINDA MYERS, Tulsa: ROBERT MY-
ERS, Buffalo, New York: TAHER A.
NAAS, Tripoli, Libya: KURT NEHM-
ZOW: RUTH NICOLAYSEN, Ponca Cily.
FOURTH ROW: WILLIAM H. NOE,
JR., England AFB, La.: JULIE NOVAK,
Tulsa: JEANNE OFFERLE, Wallkeslwa.
Wis.: KEN OPAL, Cicero, III.: FRANK
O'STAFY, Farrell, Pa.: BRUCE MICHAEL
PARKS, Tulsa: SALLY PARSLEY, Tulsa.
FIFTH ROW: LARRY J. PATRICK, For?
Smilli. Ark.: CHARLES KALAOLANI
PAYNE, Hilo. Hawaii: JO-ELLEN PAYNE,
Sf. Louis, Mo.: RAYMOND PEARSON,
Coral Gables, Fla.: BUD PEDERSON,
Palaline. lll.: JOE PERKS, Tulsa: LEWIS
PERRAULT, JR. Tulsa.
SIXTH ROW: RICHARD PERRY, Bro-
ken Arrow, Okla.: KAREN PHILBECK,
Tulsa: BUD PINGREE, Des Moines.
Iowa: THOMAS PLASTER, Tulsa: PETER
POWESKA, Delhi, Onlario, Canacla:
JAN PRATHER, Tulsa: PEGGY PRATT,
SEVENTH ROW: MIKE PRESCOTT, Mil-
waukee, Wis.: ANNE PROCTER, Musko-
gee. Okla.: RONALD PRUITT, Tulsa:
JAMES M. PURDY, JR., Tulsa: SCOTT
QUACKENBUSH, Arlinqlon Heiqlwls, lll.:
GARY RAASCH. Minneapolis, Minn.:
NANCY RAINS, Tulsa.
EIGHTH ROW: TIPTON RANDOLPH,
Tulsa: TONY RASMUSSEN, Chicago. Ill:
JUDY REAMES, Tulsa: PAT REDFERN.
Tulsa: JAMES REED, Rockford, Ill.: JU-
LIE REED, Tulsa: MICHAEL REEVES,
BOTTOM ROW: JOHN REID, Tulsa:
PAM REMSBERG, Arkansas Cily, Kan.:
RON RENEKER, Memphis, Tenn.: BEV-
ERLY REYNOLDS, Tulsa: MARGIE
RHYNE, Tulsa: LINDA RICHARDS, Tul-
sa: JEAN RIRIE, Tulsa.
TOP ROW: KATHRYN RITTER, Tulsa:
MARY ELLEN ROARK, Tulsa: JANIE
ROBERTS, Marlins Ferry, Ohio: LYNN
ROBERTS, Houslon, Texas: JUDY ROB-
ERTSON, Tulsa: SANDY ROBINSON.
Tulsa: CHARLES RODMAN, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: PATTY ROESSLER, Tul-
sa: ROBERT ROEVER, Belleville, Ill.:
CAROLE ROGERS, Barllesville. Olcla.:
DONNA ROGERS, Tulsa: CHUCK
ROHLEDER, Cambridge, Mass.: RONN
RONCK, Tulsa: ALBERT ROOS, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: ANNE RUMMERFIELD,
Tulsa: GARY RUNYAN, Tulsa: SUZAN
RUTTER, Swansea, Mass.: CAROLE RY-
BURN, Tulsa: KAREN SACKETT, Tulsa:
LOUIS L. SAXON, Tulsa: LYNNE SCHA-
BERG, Sl. Louis, Mo.
FOURTH ROW: CAROL SCHMIDT,
Jefferson Cily, Mo.: PETE SCHMIDT,
Indianapolis, Ind.: MICHAEL F.
SCHMIDT, Tulsa: SALLIE SCHOFIELD,
Joplin, Mo.: DON SCOTT, Tulsa: JANET
SETTLES. Lovinqlon, New Mexico: MARY
FIFTH ROW: SUSAN V. SHILE, Sou+h-
Iield, Mich.: SEDDIK A. SIALA, Tripoli.
Libya: SANDY SIGMON, Tulsa:
CHARLES SIMMONS, Tulsa: TONY
SIMMONS, Auslin, Texas: JANET SKEL-
TON, Houslon. Texas: JOHN SKILLERN,
SIXTH ROW: ROBERT SKINNER, Trini-
dad, Wes? Indies: JANE SKINNER,
Spencer, Indiana: CHARLES SMITH, Tul-
sa: DOUG SMITH, Tulsa: LYNNA SNI-
DER, Tulsa: LINDA SONNENFIELD, Bar-
Hesville, Okla.: MARY ANN SONTAG,
SEVENTH ROW: JEAN SPRINGER, ST.
Louis, Mo.: DOUGLAS SPURLOCK,
Tulsa: KATHIE STAIGER, Tulsa: KEN
STARR, Miami Beach, Fla.: LYNN STEM-
PLE, Tulsa: GARY STEPHENS, Tulsa:
BILL STERNE, Tulsa.
EIGHTH ROW: JAMES STEVENSON,
Tulsa: PATTY STEWART, Tulsa: SUSAN
STOUT, Tulsa: RICHARD STROUT. Tul-
sa: KATHLEEN SULLIVAN, Tulsa: SHAR-
ON SWAIM, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: LINDA SWENSON.
Tulsa: TOM TENER, Tulsa: LINDA
THOMPSON, Tulsa: ROD THORNBURG,
Tulsa: KENNETH THREADGILL, Sand
Springs, Olcla.: SANDY TOLBERT, Tulsa.
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In our ripeness, you are gi en to the '
TOP ROW: JINX TOWNSEND, Lea-
wood. Kan.: GARY TRENNEPOHL, Tul-
sa: CATHY TURNER, Claremore. OIcla..I
KAY UNDERWOOD, Tulsa? RICHARD
J. VAN LAERE, Kewanee, III.: SUZA
VAN TUYL, Tulsa: JACQUES W. VAN-
SECOND ROW: LYDA G. VEGA, Pan-
ama Clfy, Panama: V. E. VICKERY, Tul-
sa: EDIE VINYARD, S+. Louis, Mo.:
CANDY VOSS, Tulsa: MIKE WAIT, Tul-
sa: PHYLLIS WALKER, Tulsa: SUSAN
WALKER, Enid, Okla.
THIRD ROW: ANNELL VVATTENBAR-
GER, Tulsa: CAROL WEBER, Tulsa:
JUNE WEBSTER, Tulsa: JAMES R. WEN-
DELKEN, Miami, Ol4la.: BETSY WENG-
ER, Tulsa: MIKE WETZEL, Tulsa: JOAN
FOURTH ROW: DAVID L. WILLIAMS.
Barllesville, Okla.: KAREN WILLIAMS,
Owasso, Olcla,: PAM WILLIAMS, Tulsa:
SHIRLEY WILLIAMS, Tulsa: PHILLIP
WILLIAMSON, Leawood, Kansas: CAR-
OLYN WILLS, FI. Worllw, Texas: EDNA
BOTTOM ROW: DENNIS A. WINTER,
Tulsa: MICKEY E. WOODS, Jane. Mo.:
CAROLYN WRIGHT, Tulsa: TAFFY
WRIGHT, Tulsa: TINA WRIGLEY, Sl.
Louis. Mo.: SANDRA YEAGER, Tulsa:
WILLIAM W. YOUNG, Tulsa.
One can never tell exactly what
Freshman Class ofiicers Rogers, Sim-
sack, Paul and Langdon are up to!
In the depth of our hope and de ire,
TOP ROW: JIM ADAIR, Tulsa: NEAL
ADAMS, Tulsa: DAN AHRENS, Tulsa:
KAREN ALBRECHT, Kirkwood, Mo.:
CHARLES ALBRIGHT, Dewey, Okla.:
DWIGHT ALLEN, Tulsa: RUTH ALLEN.
SECOND ROW: JANIE ALLITZER,
Harcllner, Karas.: SARAH ALVOID, Dal-
las, Texas: BOBBY ANDERSON, Tulsa:
CHUCK ANNEN, Arlinglon Heiglwls, III.:
DAVID ARANEO, Summil, N.J.: NORA
ARCHER, Tulsa: SHARON ARCHIBALD,
THIRD ROW: DIANE ASKINS, Tulsa!
TONIE BACHMAN, Tulsa: GREG BAILE,
Tulsa: MARGO BAKIUS, Tulsa: CAROL
BALL, Tiplon, Olcla.: JANICE BANES,
Tulsa: SUE BANDY, Los Angeles. Cal.
FOURTH ROW: CAROL BARR, Tulsa:
ALVARE BARRLOG, Tulsa: LEWIS D.
BAYLOR, Chicago. III.: GARY BED-
FORD, Tulsa: JIM BEHNKE, Weslern
Springs. III.: ROSS BELL, Tulsa: ROY
BELL, S+. Louis, Mo.
FIFTH ROW: BRUCE BENNETT, Du-
monl, N.J.: VICTOR BENNISON, Tulsa:
SUSAN BENTON, Joplin, Mo.: BRUCE
BERG, Highland Park. Ill.: MARILYN
BERRY, Calgary. Alberla, Canada:
JEAN BEVILL, Tulsa: RICHARD BISHOP,
SIXTH ROW: ANDI BLACK, Tulsa:
STEPHEN BLACK, Tulsa: DICK BLAND,
Enid, Olcla.: BETTY BLUST, Belleville,
Ill.: SALLY BOATRIGHT, Tulsa: PAM
BOND, Tulsa: CAROLINE BOTTOM, Al-
TOP ROW: JUDY BOYD, Claremore.
Okla.: HARRY BRADFORD, Wiclwila.
Kan.: RON BREAUTIGAN, Tulsa: JACKIE
BRANNON, Tulsa: RAYMOND BREWER,
Housfon, Texas: LIN BRISTER, Tulsa:
TONI BROGDON, Seminole, Okla.
SECOND ROW: PATTI BROOKS, Tul-
sa: ROBERT THOMAS BROOKS, Tulsa:
JOHNNIE BROUGH, Tulsa? CAROLYN
BROWN, Tulsa: JANIE BROWN, Kan-
sas Cily, Mo.: MICHAEL G. BROWN, Tul-
sa: RANDY BURTON, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: JANIE BUKER, Tulsa:
LARRY BUNN, Casper, Wyo.: MIKE
BURKETT, Amarillo, Tex.: MARY BURNS,
Tulsa: SCOTT BURNWELL, Hol Springs,
Arla: RUTH BUTHOD, Tulsa: KATHY
FOURTH ROW: NANCY BYTH, Tulsa:
DANA CALDWELL, Tulsa: STEVE CAL-
VENT, Tulsa: JAMES CAMBRON, Tulsa:
JIM CAMBELL, Tulsa: DAVID CARRELL,
Tulsa: CHANEY CARTER, Tulsa:
FIFTH ROW: JACK H. CARTER, JR.,
Tulsa.: LINDA CHAMBERLIN, SI. Louis.
Mo.: DONNA CHAMBERS, Mena, Arla:
GALE CHARNS, Tulsa: SUE CHEAT-
HAM, De Carfer, III.: CATHY CHRIS-
LER, SI. Louis, Mo.: STEVEN CHRIS-
SIXTH ROW: MARGARET CHRISTIE,
Tulsa: CYNTHIA CHRONISTER, Tulsa:
JANIS R. CHUMLEY, For'r Smilh, Ark.:
JERI CLARK, Tulsa: PAT CLARKE, Tul-
sa: DOUG CLAYBOURNE, Tulsa: JER-
RIE COLE, Tulsa.
SEVENTH ROW: CONNIE COKER.
Slroud, Olcla.: CAROL COLEMAN, S+.
Louis, Mo.: SUE ANN COLLIER, Tulsa:
ALICE CONDRY, Tulsa: LYNNADA
CONWELL, Tulsa: PAON COOM BS, Car-
Ihage, Mo.: LINDA COOMBS, Tulsa.
EIGHTH ROW: PAUL COOPER, Tulsa:
MIKE COOPER, Tulsa! KEN CORN-
STUBLE, Tulsa: CHRIS CORTI, Kansas
Ci+y, Mo.: PATTY COULSON, Tulsa:
OMER COWEN, Tulsa: BOB COX, Fre-
BOTTOM ROW: ROSMARY COWEN,
Barllesvllle, Olcla.: JIM CRAIG, Kan-
sas Clly, Mo.: LADONNA CRAIL, Tul-
sa: JANICE CRAWFORD, Tulsa! PA-
TRICIA ANN CRENSHAW, Olcmulqee.
Okla.: PATRICIA CRILLY, Kansas CiI'y.
Mo.: KENNETH CROISANT, Muskogee.
FIRE HMA CLASS
FRE HMA CLASS
TOP ROW: RANDY COOK, Tulsa: PAT
CROW, Tulsa: SUZANNE CUMBER-
LEDGE, Tulsa: KAY CUNNINGHAM,
Kilgore, Texas: MIKE CURRY, Tulsa:
ROBERT CURRY, Tulsa: BARB DAHLIN,
SECOND ROW: BARBARA DALE,
Memphis, Tenn.: NANCY DANIELS,
Tulsa: BRUCE DAVIS, Kansas Cily. Mo.:
RAY GLYN DAVIS, Ennis, Texas: BAR-
BARA DEAN, Tulsa: LAURA DECKER.
Okmulgee, Okla.: SYLVIA DEMORA, Mi-
THIRD ROW: JANET DENT, Tulsa:
DONNA DE WISE, Tulsa: CONNIE
DILL, Tulsa: LINDA DOBBS, Sallisaw,
Okla.: BARBARA DODD, Broken Arrow,
Olcla.: GAY DOPPS, Wichila, Kansas:
BOB DOWNING, Ardmore, Olcla.
FOURTH ROW: MATI' DUBOIS, Brook-
ville, Pa.: ROBERT DUNBAR, Miami.
Florida: RICKY DUNHAM, Tulsa: TER-
RY DUNHAM, Daylon, Ohio: GINNY
DUNN, Tulsa: DONNA EASTER, Tulsa:
WILLIAM ELBRECHT, Granile Cily, III.
FIFTH ROW: BILL ELLER, Tulsa: RICH-
ARD A. ELLISON, Tulsa: KENILLE EL-
MORE, Tulsa: CLETA EMENHISER.
Barlelsville, Olcla.: CHARLES ENDICOTT,
Tulsa: CURTIS EVANS, Tulsa: KERRY
EVERI'I'I', Alexandria, Louisiana.
SIXTH ROW: REBECCA EZELL, Bro-
ken Arrow, Olcla.: RIAD FARAH, Tulsa:
GAIL FARRELL, Tulsa: TOM FIUGIB-
BON, Tulsa: NITA FISHER, Tulsa: JUDY
SEVENTH ROW: DICK FRAZIER, Hom-
iny. Olcla: LE'ITICA GALLAGHER, Tul-
sa: JEANNE GAMBRELL, Tulsa: TOM
GANEN, Sand Springs, Olcla. DIANE
GENTRY, Tulsa: MARJORIE R, GER-
MAN, Pawlnuslca, Olila.: NANCY GER-
WINER, S+. Louis, Mo.
EIGHTH ROW: TOM GILBERT, Tulsa:
LINDA GILLESPIE, Tulsa: JOYCE GIT-
TRICH, Tulsa: SHARON GODDARD.
Tulsa, DOUGLAS, Downers Grove, Ill.:
JEANNE GOODMAN, Kirkwood, Mo.:
WALLACE GORDON, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: SUE GOREY, Owasso,
Olcla.: DOUG GOSNEY, Miami, Olcla.:
LUCILLE ALBERTA GRAY, Tulsa: SHAR-
ON GREEN, Dallas, Texas: LINDA
GROSS, Ambler, Pa.: MARSHA GROVE,
Tulsa: SUSAN GUBAS, Sapulpa, Okla.
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seems intent on investigating the
talent of twirler, Linda Gross.
lies your ilent kno ledge of the be ond:
TOP ROW: JAMES HADDOCK, Tulsa!
ROSE MARIE HAIL, Tulsa: KATHY
HALL, Sl. Louis, Mo.: ROBERT J. HAL-
LER, Omaha, Nelor.: DON HAMILTON,
Tulsa: JAMES HANCOCK, Tulsa: ROG-
ER HANES, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: TEDDY HANNER, Tul-
sa: GENE HANSELL, Conshohocken, Pa.:
ROBERT HANSON, Baldwin, Mo.: CAN-
DY HARMON, Henryeifa, Olcla.:'ROB-
ERT HARRIS, Tulsa: ROBERT B. HAR-
RIS, Tulsa: TOMMY HARRIS, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: GEORGIA HARRISON.
Tulsa: JOHN T. HASKINS, Miami, Olala.:
MIKE HAYES, Claremore, Olcla.: RISE
I-IECKMAN, Tulsa: JOHN HEGWEIN.
Sl. Louis, Mo.: REG HEIDEL, Milwaukee.
Wisc.: WARREN HENDERSON, Ard-
more, Olala. I
FOURTH ROW: NORMAN HENLEY,
Tulsa: GARY HENSLEY, Slcialoolc, Olcla.:
SUE HICKS, Tulsa: BARBARA HIGGINS,
Tulsa: JANET HIGMAN, Kansas Ciiy.
Mo.: JUDY HILBURN, Tulsa: LUCINA
FIFTH ROW: RICHARD M. HILL, III,
Silver Spring, Maryland: SHIRVAL HILL,
Tulsa: NANCY HODGE, Springfield,
Mo.: JAY DONALDSON HODGES, Bris-
row, Olcla.: CINDY HODGSON, Webster
Groves, Mo.: CURT HOFFMANN, Tulsa:
PATRICIA HOGAN, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: TOM HOGE, Barlles-
ville, Olcla.: BARBARA HOJEL, Mexico
City, Mex.: BETH HOLDERN, Tulsa:
CHERYL HOLEMAN, Tulsa: STEVE
HOLTHOUSE, Tulsa: LINDA G. HOOV-
ER, Tulsa: BETTYE LOU HORTON,
'The Crucible' presentation proved a re-
warding event for TU's theatre crowd.
As seed beneath snow eu dream ei pring
TOP ROW: EARLE E. HORTON, Tulsa:
KAREN HOWARD, Palos Parlc. Ill.: JU-
LIE ANN HOWELL, Wilmelale, Ill.: BOB
HUFF, Tulsa: PAUL HULL, Tulsa:
CHARLES HUTCHINS, Tulsa: RANDY
HULTBERG, Hinsdale, III.
SECOND ROW: LINDA HYLAND, Tul-
sa: STEVE INHOFF, Tulsa: SHERRY IS-
OM, Tulsa: LARRY JACK, Plainfield.
III.: JANE JAKUBOWSKI, Tulsa: JANET
JAKUBOWSKI, Tulsa: DEAN JEROME.
Wyckoff, N. J.
THIRD ROW: DENNIS JOHNS, Tulsa:
SON, Tulsa: KENNETH W. JOHNSON.
Tulsa: SHIRLEY JOHNSON, Tulsa:JOHN
R. JOLLY, Tulsa? JOYCE JUNGLING,
Sand Springs, Olcla.
FOURTH ROW: PAUL T. KELLER, Oli-
velle. Mo.: FLOYD KENDALL, Tulsa:
MARYANN KENNETT, Tulsa: RICHARD
M. KERBEL, Tulsa: FRANK KING, Tul-
sa: RON KING, Tulsa: JERRY KIRK,
FIFTH ROW: MIKE KOCH, Tulsai
JANET KOMENEK, Cincinnali. Ohio?
HARRIET KEENS, SI. Louis, Mo.: JOHN
KRAFT, Tulsa: KAREN KRAI, Sl. Louis,
Mo.: .,ALAN KRAMER, Allon, III.:
JEANNE KRIEGER, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: WALT KRUSE, Tulsa:
WAYNE LAIR, Tulsa: DANNY LAM-
BERT, Skialoolc, Olda.: MARY LANDRY,
Tulsa: HAROLD LANGDON, Tulsa:
PAM LEDBETTER. Midwesl Cify. OkIa.I
PHYLLIS LENI1, Broken Arrow, Olcla.
TOP ROW: JAN LEVY, Barflesvflle.
Olcla.: LARRY WINK, Welcome. N. C.:
PAMELA BELLE LAY, Tulsa: JUDY KLOG-
SDON, Talala, Olcla.: JOANNE LYNCH,
Tulsa: KATHLEEN LYNCH. Enid, OIcIa.:
LARRY LYONS, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW:CONRAD LYSIAK, Tul-
sa: PAT McCLINTOCK, Neosha, Mo.:
JANET McCLURE, Tulsa: ROBERT Mc-
CONE, Edgewood, Mcl.: DON McCOR-
KELL, Tulsa: BOB McCORMICK, Tulsa:
MARY MCDONALD, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: RICK MCGHEE, Tulsa:
JOHN McGUIRE, Tulsa: JOHN T. Mc-
INTOSH, FI: Smillm, Arla.: ROBERT Mc-
KOWN, Tulsa: LYN MCLEOD, Jenks.
Olcla.: CONNIE MAYBREY, Tulsa: LIN-
DA MAC CONNELL, SI. Louis, Mo.
FOURTH ROW: ELIZABETH MANN.
Tulsa: REUBEN MARCUM, Tulsa: MARY
MARRS, Tulsa: JERRY W. MARTIN, Ne-
osho. Mo.: JON MARTIN, Corpus Clwrls-
II. Texas: KAMORA MARTIN, Henrv-
e'l'Ia. Olcla.: DONALD MATHEISON.
FIFTH ROW: NORMA MAYNARD.
Tulsa: JIM MAYOR, Tulsa: SHERRYL
MELLOT, Tulsa: SID MELTON, Tulsa:
CAROL MERRIL, Tulsa: CAROL MERRI-
MAN, Tulsa: FRANCES MENTZ, Tulsa.
SIXTH ROW: MIKE MESSER, Tulsa:
BECKY MILLER, Decalur, III.: DOUG-
LAS MILLER, De Kalb. III.: IRIS M.
MILLER, Tulsa: J. D. MILLER, Tulsa:
SUSAN MILLER, Tulsa: DENNIS MIN-
SEVENTH ROW: LINDA MIZE, Tulsa:
PATRICIA MOATS, Tulsa: SYLVIA MO-
REY, Tulsa: CARMEN MORGAN, Tulsa:
KAREN MORGAN, Tulsa: CINDY MOR-
RIS, Tulsa: BRUCE MORRISON, Tulsa.
EIGHTH ROW: JERE MORTON, Ama-
rillo. Texas: PAT MOUBRY, Tulsa: BILL
MUELLER, Kirkwood, Mo.: SHIRLEY
MURRAY, Tulsa: JANE MUSGROVE,
Tulsa: DONALD MYERS, Tulsa: WYLIE
JOSEPH NEAL, Sand Springs, Olcla.
BOTTOM ROW: CANDY NEERMAN.
Tulsa: SARAH NICHOLS, Tulsa: JEN-
EVA NIMAN, Tulsa: ELAINE NOBEL,
Eugene, Oregon: JEANNE NERBIN, Tul-
sa: CATHLEEN O'CONNER. Kewanee,
III.: COLLEEN O'CONNER, Kewanee, III.
FRE HMA CLASS
TOP ROW: KAREN OERTLE, Los An-
geles, Cal.: PATRICIA ORDE, Tulsa:
JOHN OZMEN, Tulsa: PAM PASON,
Tulsa: KAREN PAUL, Brenlwoocl, Mo.:
ORELANDO JOSE PEREZ, Caracas, Ven-
ezuala: CHARLES PERKINS, Tulsa.
SECOND ROW: LARRY PERKINS, Sand
Springs, Okla.: RALPH PETERS, Tulsa:
BARBARA PETERSON, Tulsa! GARY
PERTERSON, Casper, Wyoming: KATH-
ERINE PHINNEY, Tulsa: NANCY PICK-
ELL, Barllesville, Okla.: DICK PINGA-
THIRD ROW: MARY KAY PLACE, Tul-
sa: KATHY POLLARD, Okla. Cily, OkIa.I
JEANNETTE PRESSON, Tulsa: DEANNE
PRITCHARD, Tulsa! RICHARD PRY,
Tulsa: RONALD PRY, Tulsa: DORIS
FOURTH ROW: ROBERT FURDY, Tul-
sa: TONY RACKLEY, Sapulpa, OlcIa.:
ANITA RADER, Tulsa: DEBBIE RAUI'I.
Tulsa: SUZANNE REAMES, Tulsa: LAW-
RENCE REED, Marshfield, Mass.: RON-
NIE REED, Tulsa.
FIFTH ROW: CATHY REICH, Sand
Springs, Okla.: JOHN REID, Tulsa:
JOHN REINER, S+. Louis, Mo.: RICH-
ARD RETHERFORD, Tulsa: JUDY REY-
NOLDS, Tulsa: JOSEPH H. RHEES, Ca-
loosa, Okla.: LYNDA RHOADS, Tulsa.
SIXTH ROW: JO ANN RICE, Olcmul-
gee, Okla.: JOHN RICHARDS, Camp
Hill, Penn.: RONNY RIDGEWAY, Tulsa:
ALFREDA RIERA, Venezuala: MICHAEL
RIGGS, Tulsa: EMILY RISINGER, Brown-
Eeld, Texas: PHILLIP RITZ, Tulsa.
SEVENTH ROW: CAROLE ROACH,
Tulsa: BRUCE ROBBERSON, Fr. Smi1'I1.
Ark.: DONALD ROBERSON, Tulsa: RUS-
TY ROBERTS, SI. Louis, Mo.: ROSE AU-
TOUIO, Rodriquez, Caracas, Venezuela!
JO ELAINE ROGERS, Enid, Okla.: MAR-
THA RHOERLAUGH, Tulsa.
EIGI-ITH ROW: DONALD ROBERT
ROSS, Kansas Cily, Mo.: PAM ROSS,
Tulsa: LINDA ROWE, Kirkwood, Mo.:
GENE ROY, Tulsa: SUSAN RUTH, Mus-
kogee, Okla.: LYNDA RYBURN, Tulsa:
CYNTHIA ICASEYI RYLANDER, Tulsa.
BOTTOM ROW: LELA SAAB, Tulsa!
SHELTON SADDORUS, Amarillo, Texas:
KATHY SAMPSON, Fr. Smiih, Ark.: AN-
DEA SANDERS, Tulsa? JEAN SCHA-
BERG, S'I'. Louis, Mo.: JUDY SCHNEI-
DER, Bryon, Ohio: JUNE SCHNEIDER,
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TOP ROW: BILL SCHRIMPF, Alton, Ill.:
JANE SCHWARTZ, Glencoe, III.: ROB-
ERT SCOTT, Tulsa: SUSAN SEARS, Tulsa:
JIM SECREST, Bunker Hill Air Force
Base: GEORGIA SCHAFFER, Houston,
Texas: ASMI SHARIF, Tripoli, Libya.
SECOND ROW: TERSA SHERRY, Tulsa?
GEORGE SHIPP, Tulsa: DIANA SHOUL-
DERS, Tulsa: JOHN SIEGFRIED, Chi-
cago, Ill.: SUSAN SIMONS, New Or-
leans, La.: KENT SKROUG, Arlington
Heights, III.: MAX SLIFER, Tulsa.
THIRD ROW: GARY SLOAN, Tulsa?
JANE SLOAN, Tulsa: SHERA SLODEK,
Tulsa: ANN B. SLOSS, Webster Groves.
Mo.: ALAN SMITH, Tulsa: DIANA
SMITH, Tulsa: DONNA SMITH, Tulsa.
FOURTH ROW: NANCY L. SMITH, Vi-
nita, Olcla.: SUSAN SMITH, Hominy.
Okla.: GEORGE SMOCK, Elmhurst, Ill.:
JANET SNUGGS, Tulsa: M. J. SOL-
CHENBERGER, Dallas, Texas: BOB
SPETCH, Tulsa: SUZANNA SPEER, Tulsa.
FIFTH ROW: SARAH JANE STALLORD.
Cleveland. Okla.: KAREN STANDRIDGE,
Tulsa: RAYMOND STANKUNAS, Ash-
land. Pa.: MIKE STAPP, Tulsa: TER-
RANCE STATZER, Hamilton, OIWIOI
CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN, Chicago, IIl.I
BE'I'I'E STEVINSON, Fl. Smith. Ark.
BOTTOM ROW: CAROLE STEWART,
Tulsa: HAROLD W. STEWART, Tulsa:
PETER STICKNEY, S+. Louis, Mo.: SHER-
YL STILWELL, Tulsa: SUZANNE SUEN-
DER, Kansas City. Mo.: RALPH SUPER-
NAVAGE, Pennsgrove, N.J.: JAMES M.
SWAN, Worlancl, Wyoming.
FRE HMI-I CLASS
TOP ROW: DEWEY SWOFFORD, Spring-
Iield, Ill.: ELMER SYMSACK, SI: Louis,
Mo.: FLORENCE TABBUT, Tulsa: GREG-
ORY TARSZKA, Chicago, Ill.: CHUCK
TAYLOR, Englewood, N. J.: BERNYCE
TELTON, Tulsa: STUART TEMPLEMAN,
SECOND ROW: SHERRY TEMPLETON,
Rayfown, Mo.: JACKIE THADEN, Tulsa:
LINDA THOMAS, Tulsa: WESLEY
THOMPSON, I'lenrye'rI'a, Olcla.: HANK
THORSEN, Norllwbroolc, Ill.: JACK TIDD,
Tulsa: JOYCE TIPPIA, Olcla. Oily.
THIRD ROW: CHRIS TISON, Geneva.
Ill.: MARY JANICE TURNER, Tulsa:
LUCIA UHL, Tulsa: SUSIE UNDER-
WOOD, Tulsa: W. B. VAN DALSEM, FI.
Smifh, Ark.: JUDY VANDIVER, Tulsa:
WILLIAM M. VOGLE, Tulsa,
FOURTH ROW: JUDY WALKER, Tulsa:
LARRY WALKER, Tulsa: ROBIE WALK-
ER, Tulsa: JOHN WALTON, Tulsa: LU-
CTLLE WARD, Reading, Mass.: JOHN
WARNER, S'l'. Louis, Mo.: RALPH WAT-
FIFTH ROW: ERIC WALKER, Tulsa:
JEANNE WEBBER, Tulsa: JOHN WEST-
GATE, Tulsa: JUDY WETZEL, Andrews,
Texas: CHUCK WHISENHUNT, Tulsa:
JUDY WHITEHEAD, Kirkwood, Mo.:
DONNA WHITNEY, Tulsa.
SIXTH ROW: MARY BETH WHITNEY,
Tulsa: BRENDA WHITTINGHAM, Be-
midii, Minn.: CAROLYN WICKHAM,
Tulsa: SHARLINE WILCOX, Tulsa:
BRUCE WILEY, Tulsa: DAREL WILL-
IAMS, Tulsa: LYNN WILLIAMS, Tulsa.
SEVENTH ROW: TERRY WILLIAMS,
Tulsa: ANN WILLARD, Overland Park,
Kan.: BUD WILSON, Tulsa: LINDA WIL-
SON, Anadarlco, Olcla.: PATI WILSON,
Housion, Texas: ANITA WITT, Middle-
EIGHTH ROW: JANE WONG, Hong
Kong: NANCY WOOD. Kirkwood, Mo.:
PATRICIA WOOD, Tulsa: BILL WOOD-
SON, Tulsa: LYNDA WOODY, Tulsa:
DOUGLAS K. WOKOUM, Decalur, Ill.
BOTTOM ROW: JEANNE WRIGHT,
Tulsa: CAROL YOCUM, Ferguson, Mo.:
MARCIA YOUNG, Tulsa: KAREN ZA-
MANSKY, Okla.: PAULINE ZIMPEL,
Ammandale, Va.: JANET LOUISE ZOP-
FI, Kirkwood, Mo.
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Quite likely the top news of the TU theatre
season 1965-66 was the production of a brand new
play by a TU student. The play was THE EUR
INSIDE TICKLES, performed in-the-round in the
Student Activities building on the evenings of
March 8-12. The new playwrite was Tom Ionesg
the director, Harold W. Barrows.
The season opened in Kendall Hall Theater on
October 19 with a production of Wild.er,s fan-
tastic comedy, THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, with
a cast headed by Betti Hunt, Donna Nance, Lynna
Burt, Pilar Garcia, lack Nicholson and Iohn Mc-
Cann. One of the most heartening aspects of the
season lay in the fact that THE SKIN OF OUR
TEETH drew audiences of a size usually reserved
for Shakespeare and musical comedies.
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cember production of Arthur Milleris THE CRU-
CIBLE, directed by Harold Barrows and with a
cast headed by Tom Iones, Iames Peters and Iack
Nicholson. The February production of Shake-
speare was KING LEAR, co-directed by Beaumont
Bruestle and Harold Barrows. The final produc-
tion of the season was THAT FAIR AFEAIR, a
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FRONT ROW: Carol King, Cheryl Holeman, Luann Gil-
liam, Karen Williams, Edwina Palmer, Rebecca Prather,
Patti Sterne, Iune Schneider, Sharrie Hassler, Catherine
England, Patricia Wood. ROW TWO: Betty Lawson,
Kenille Elmore, Mary Janice Turner, Lucinda Schneider,
University Chorus S
This year the University Chorus sought
to provide an opportunity for all students
to perform in a choral group. The chorus
is open to all university students who are
interested in receiving a choral ensemble
credit in this courseg the chorus meets as a
class three times a Week at eleven oiclock
and the participants receive one hour aca-
demic credit. One of the most gracious
services provided by the University Chorus
to campus life is the annual Christmas and
Easter program performed in one of the
Sharon Collins, Betty Hooker, Suzanne Denton, Cathy
Reich, Kitty Roberts, Ann Peters, Sherrie Belle McKee.
BACK ROW: Daniel Scott, Anthony Morton, Steve Im-
lglolih Pete Hudson, Floyd Kendall, Mark Allbright, Iohn
ings Post-Easter Music
Chapel services. A l7th century Magniiicat
as Well as a contemporary Magnificat was
presented at the Christmas program this
year. As an Easter program, a triumphal
theme was carried out the Week following
Easter Sunday. Participating in recitals at
Tyrell Hall was an additional service of the
Combining their talents with the Mod-
ern Choir, the Chorus provides the music
at Baccalaureate as Well as Commencement
Heavenly Music Rings irom Choir Loft
Through the medium of denominational
Worship services, the program ofthe univer-
sity chapel has striven to enrich as much
of the student's campus life as possible. One
of the tools used in this program was the
For the fourth year the Chapel Choir
enhanced the meaning of the chapel serv-
ices. They Were held every Thursday at
11:00 a.m. in Sharp Chapel. The choir was
a joint effort of the director, accompanists,
and members who all were University stu-
dents. They gave a special musical pro-
FRONT ROW: C. Robert Kelly, Carol Ann Westfall,
Kathy Sampson, Paula Mills.
gram at the Christmas and Easter services.
Selection of members was on a volunteer
basis. All interested students came to the
rehearsals held each Wednesday. Chaplain
Kelly sponsored the group and Fred Fox
was director of these dedicated students.
The choir Worked tirelessly to carry the
spirit of the religious services, in music, to
the congregation. Another purpose of the
Chapel Choir was to give all students an
opportunity to participate in a musical or-
ganization while performing a valuable
service to the University.
BACK ROW: David Rollo, Iudy Boyd, Sarah Alvoid,
Carolyn Fox, Fred S. Fox,
FRONT ROW: Shirley Murry, Sharon Swaim, Virginia
Dunn, Linda Reed, Karen Kribbs, Arthur Hestwood, Shar-
on Kaul, Barbara Dale, Margaret Gowans, Pat Wait, Iane
Ann Buker. ROW TWO: Ioyce Iungling, Sherie Belle
McKee, Lynda Carinder, Marti Hornan, Iulie Patman,
Diane Hodges, Betty Easter, Carol Keene, Linda Marlar,
Melissa Grant. ROW THREE: Ronald Wheeler, Charles
Cll0il' Fill East with
Selected from auditions which are open
to all University of Tulsa students, the
members of the Modern Choir worked for
high polish in their programs this year.
King David was presented by the choir in
the fall in combination with the orchestra.
A series of concerts were given in the spring
prior to the choir's tour of eastern cities.
David Rollo served as president, Diane
Hodges, secretary, and Tom Briggs, man-
ager. Arthur Hestwood is director of the
Simmons, Robert Hanson, Ronald Bilyeu, David Rollo,
Emily Risinger, Duane Fenn, Randy Morlan, Brian Mc-
Nichol, Gary Horn, Ierry Rife. BACK ROW: James
Crawford, Steven Miller, Dale Powell, Michael Roark,
Michael Stephens, Thomas Briggs, Robert Yowell, Bruce
the ound of Its usic
Modern Choir director . . . ARTHUR HESTWOOD
llrchestra Performs Selling David" with Choir
To offer experience and to give our mu-
sicians a chance to study the works of the
great composers are two of the major pur-
poses of the TU Symphony Orchestra.
1965 orchestra members number 60. Not
limited to TU students, the University Or-
chestra is composed of many talented and
competent Tulsa musicians. Selected on a
highly competitive basis, the students chos-
en are among the most talented from the
University of Tulsa Music School.
FIRST VIOLIN: Ruben Cohen, Ruth Downing, George
Giacobbe, Patricia Sterne, Carolyn Templeton, Ronald
Wheeler, SECOND VIOLIN: Suzanne Ctunberledge, Ia-
nice Iarnes, Iudy Morgan, Iulie Munson, William Scobieg
VIOLA: Iohn Aumann, Carolee Crenshaw, Don Elliot,
William Lester: CELLO: Iames Eaton, Elizabeth Hayes,
Gary Quiggle, Otto F. C. Wiesnerg STRING BASS: Will-
iam Ebrecht, Ralph Iones, Iohn Rigneyg FLUTE: Ian
Colley, Richard Ebyg PICCOLO: Io Ellen Beeson:
OBOE: Walter Kessler, Daniel Lambert, Richard Pryg
ENGLISH HORN: Walter Kessler: CLARINET: Iames
Hickerson, Vicci Sharp: BASS CLARINET: Steve Snider,
Each year several orchestra concerts are
presented for TU students. This year the
opera, King David, was performed. This
was a combined orchestra and Modern
Choir production with Dr. Bruestle as nar-
TU orchestra rehearsals were held every
Week to perfect the groupis Work.
Dr. William McKee, professor of music,
is conductor of the orchestra. Dr. McKee
also participates in the Tulsa Philharmonic.
BASSOON: Ronald Grattop, Margaret Theobald, Iohn
Westgate, CONTRA-BASSOON: Ronald Grattopg HORN:
Mark Allbright, Richard Franklin, Floyd Kendall, Ronald
Pry, Donald Thompson, TRUMPET: David Bartlett,
Mark Calliee, Michael Hoyer, Peter Hudson, Harley Lundy:
TROMBONE: Bruce Dains, Raymond Wiesen, Richard
Winfrey, TUBA: Gregory Posvistakg HARP: Beverly
Ionesg CELESTA: Donna Jenkins: ORGAN: Io Ann
Rice, TYMPANI: Michael Bodineg PERCUSSION:
Iilonald Burgess, Kathryn Dains, Dr. William McKee, Con-
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FRONT ROW: Mark Albright, Tony Allovvay, David
Bartlett, Io Ellen Beeson, Gary Benton, Bruce Bleakley,
Mike Bodine, Tom Briggs, Martha Brock, Belva Brumelle,
Don Burgess, Marcus Calfee, Chaney Carter, Mary Cobb,
Ian Coffey, Linda Collins, Bob Cox, Mike Curry, Bruce
Dains, Katie Dains, Fred Doyle, Bill Ebrecht, Richard Eby,
Iames Farley, Richard Gilstrap, Vicki Gilstrap, Margo
Glenn, Bob Grace, Ron Grattopp, Susan Giubas, David
Hall, Frank Hernandez, Jim I-Iickerson, Earle Horton, Den-
nis Hoyer, Mike Hoyer, Pete Hudson, Terry Iankowski,
Band Crowns M
Displaying musical talents and promot-
ing school spirit are two functions of the
University of Tulsa Hurricane Band.
The selection of this yearis 70 bandsmen
was based on audition by Dwight Dailey,
director of the group.
Each year the band performs in various
parades, concerts, athletic events, civic ac-
tivities, and commencement. The TU band
members also hold an annual band queen
contest. This year Miss Mary Kay Place of
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority was chosen
Ianice Iames, Donna Ienkins, Margel Iett, Beverly Jones,
Ioyce Iungling, Floyd Kendal, Walter Kessler, Iohn Kinker,
Nancy Kirkman, Don Kramer, Danny Lambert, Harley
Lundy, Ralph Peters, Dale Powell, Richard Pry, Ronnie
Pry, Gary Quiggle, Io Ann Rice, Linda Richards, Bob
Scott, Vicci Sharp, Charles Simmons, Ioe Sizemore, Gary
Sloan, Steve Snider, Peggy Theobald, Don Thompson, Pete
Vickers, Larry Walker, Iirn Wendelken, Iohn Westgate,
Ron Wheeler, Ray Wiesen, Mary Kay Place, Band Queeng
Dwight Dailey, Director.
Ka Place Queen
from the other contestants for the honor.
Linda Gross, a freshman student was se-
lected as the 1965-66 feature majorette.
Linda holds titles such as World's Champ-
ion. Also selected was the bandis new mas-
Band officers this year were Dennis Gil-
strap, presidentg Ronnie Wheeler, vice-
presidentg Vicci Sharp, secretary, Linda
Richards, treasurer, and Katie Dains, who
served as historian.
Lorne Muuroe, main cellist in the New York Philharmon-
ic Orchestra, conducted a master class in cello at TU.
Variet oi Guests
On stage are the Mitchell Trio in their November appear-
ance at the Rogers Auditorium sponsored by the Senate.
"Out of the Wild West" came the Astronauts for the
Senate's Bozar Ball in April at the Cimarron Ballroom.
William P. Thompson, Moderator of the Presbyterian
Church, conducted a special service in Sharp Chapel.
Carolyn Mullenax, Sally
Smith Co-Editors 1966 KEN-
Colleges Man Moods Depicted In Colorlabrum
color, Color, COLOR! This yearis KEN-
DALLABRUM has taken a step in a differ-
ent direction and has added some definitely
modern innovations. From the beginning
of the opening section, with its comments
on the many moods of college life Written
in the style of Kahlil Gibran, to the bright
touch of color, and the new section of Fac-
ulty Portraits the staff has composed a
"new looku in the KENDALLABRUM.
Another addition is the Editors, page at
the end of the book concerning "the year
that was . . .H
Carolyn Mullenax, Sally Smith
Co-Editors 1966 KENDALLABRUM
Ken Davidson, Assistant Edi-
Iulie Patman, Business Man-
Jim Bird, Marsha Elkins, Hal Helton, and John Kemper offered their invaluable assistance in compiling the yearbook.
Asst. Editor . .
Arts Section .
Sports Section .
Senior Class .
Junior Class .
. . . .JULIE PATMAN
. . KEN DAVTIJSON
. . .JIM BIRD
. TERRY DICKEY
. LINDA SONNENFELD
. . HAL HELTON
. SUSAN HEARD
. MARTI HOMAN
. . JANET SKELTON
FRONT ROW: Leslie Smith, Jeanne Weber, Jeanne
Thomas, Barbie Slagle, Marti Homan, Janet Skelton, Su-
san Heard, Markita Jones, Susan Clannin, Margaret
French. SECOND ROW: Janie Buker, Karen Stand-
ridge, Pat Moubry, Kaye Fulcher, Sandy Yeager, Janice
Freshman Class .
Faculty Section .
Greek Features .
. MARSHA GROVE
. NANCY HUBBARD
JUDY KAY WILSON
. CAROLYN AXTON
. . . . . MARSHA ELKINS
MARKITA JONES, JANICE CHUMLEY, KATIE DAINS,
REED MELTON, LESLIE SMITH, ANN SLOSS, SU-
SAN, CLANNIN, KAREN STANDRIDGE, CLARE AH-
RENS, JANIE BUKER, JANET MCCLURE, SUZI SI-
MONS, JULIE REED, KATHY HARRISON.
Chumley, Sue Hovelman, Clare Ahrens, Pat Dean, Gloria
Goodson, Suzi Simons. BACK ROW: Katie Dains, Caro-
lyn Axton, Hal Helton, Eric Dixon, Jerry Rife, Mike
Graves, John Kemper, Reed Melton, Terry Dickey, Lynne
More, Patty Curby.
f-- - Ace,
Operating under a motto of "Universal
truths that transcend mere accuracy," the
Tulsa COLLEGIAN is published Weekly
except during holidays, exam periods and
Peter Zengeris birthday by enthusiastic stu-
dents at TU. Subscription rates are 31.50
per year, but if you come out to the cam-
pus, you Will get one free of charge.
If you like the smell of ink, the hustle
bustle of two-fisted collegiate journalism,
and are crazy enough to climb three flights
of stairs, you will find the offices located in
Room 308 of the SAB. Come on up and
see the cast of thousands including Mathew
Brady, Billy Batson, Iimmy Olsen, Clark
Kent and others.
Weekl Campus News
IOE ZIZZI, Business Manager
MICHELLE BEALE and MARSHA
ELKINS, Assistant Editors
PAT CREMIN, 1965-66 Colleg-
Hunters Horn Printing Shop was the scene of many a long night as Pat and Michelle "put the paper to bed."
Editor .... . . PAT CREMIN
Assistant Editors . . MICHELLE BEALE
Business Manager ..... JOE ZIZZI
Assistant Business Manager BOE GESSELL
Society Editor ..... CAROL SPIVEY
Sports Editor . . . BILL HINKLE
Photographers . . MONTE ENGLAND
Cartoonist . . GAILARD SARTAIN
Wright, Marsha Elkins, Ioanne Krieger, Michele Beale,
Pam Ross, Iudy Schneider, Bill Finkle, Richard Huclnut.
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Unending hours of constant
recordings . . .
Presenting its usual fine entertainment
and informative features, KWGS, the Uni-
versityis PM radio station, continued on the
air this year under the faculty direction of
Besides its weekly shows, which centered
around themes and scripts invented by stu-
dent announcers, the stations also broad-
cast most TU sports events.
It featured such programs during the
year as Music of the Masters, an evening
show of classical music, and Sunday at the
Cpera, from the Metropolitan Opera.
GAL XIE '66-A niquo Television Classroom
"Galaxy '65, is a weekly television show
planned, produced and directed by Univer-
sity of Tulsa students on KTUL-TV. Mem-
bers of the television production class op-
erate all of the equipment necessary to
video tape the show. Each student directs
at least one show during the semester and
the members of the class rotate in crew po-
sitions or on camera. Some of the crew
positions that must be Filled are audio man,
technical director, two carneramen, mike
boom operator, cable puller, floor manager,
and projectionist. Most of the programs
are related to academic or extra-curricular
activities at the university. Occasionally a
civic activity not directly connected with
the campus is used for a show. The series
Oilers a variety of programs including dis-
cussions, dramas, and music. A five minute
portion of Galaxy each week is devoted to
TU Telenews which emphasizes news
events from the campus. This part of the
show is prepared by the radio and television
newswriting class. Experience in all phases
of the production of a television show is
gained from participation in this laboratory.
Galaxie '66 on the air
Cpositions are rotatedj
Threading the projector Cflble Puller
Splicing the film
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4U HI 0 M E G A
Epsilon Gamma Chapter
196' Football Queen Hails from Chi Omega
Chi O rush party goes "Camelot" to chivalrously delight rushees.
The Great White Owl was game-
ly employed this year while trying
to watch over fifty spirited Chi O-
megas. Hootie girls participated in
every phase of campus and com-
munity life. The sorority of the year
had members in Scroll, Lantern,
Mortar Board, and Who's Who.
Having thus obtained the Pledge
Scholarship Trophy from the pre-
vious year, the Chi O members hon-
ored their pledge class with the an-
nual White Carnation Dance. Sen-
ior Margaret Govvans brough honor
to her sorority in November when
she was elected Football Queen. The
year continued with much activity
and fun. The traditional Ski Party
was held on December tenth.
Social Service included a civic pro-
ject for the men in Viet Nam.
Epsilon Gamma Chapter was led
by president, Carolyn Axtong vice-
president, Patty Curbyg secretary,
Ieanne Thomas, treasurer, Mary
Breedingg and was wholeheartedly
supported by housemother, Mrs.
Mrs. Rhodes, Houserno-
ther, Nora Archer, Gwen
Arnn, Carolyn Axton,
Tinka Boreland, Mary
janiece Brown, Alice
Condry, Ianice Chum-
ley, Pattie Curby, Gail
Farrell, Gaila Flickinger.
Margaret French, Mar-
garet Gowans, Melissa
Grant, Kathryn Gray,
Georgia Harrison, Shir-
Diane Hodges, Sue Ann
Iackson, Nancy Ketch-
um, Kim Kirton, Barbie
Knight, Karen Krai.
Sharon Langdon, Pam
Lay, Mary Marrs, Pam
Martin, Ginny More-
land, Shirley Murray.
lane Musgrove, Nancy
Pickell, Ian Prather, Ann
Procter, Debbie Rauh,
Emily Risinger, Kathy
Ritter, Pam Ross, Iudy
Stanfield, Patty Stewart.
Ieanne Thomas, Alice
Vincent, Sandy Wark,
Terry Williams, Su-
zanne Woodburn, Tina
Cathee Adderton, Clare
Ahrens, Susan Ammon,
Sharon Archibald, Mar-
cie Bailey, Cathy Bam-
Terry Barnes, Marilyn
Berry, Gloria Birch,
Mary Birmingham, Pam
Bond, Barbara Coombs.
Katie Dains, Deloris
Dawson, Suzanne Den-
ton, Iean Dickerson, Dy-
ann Dyer, Linda Gross.
Vic Haas, Betty I-Iargett,
lean Ann Holmes, Bev-
erly Kleinman, Margaret
Larson, Luanna Layman.
Susan Layman, Iudy
Logsdon, Carolyn Mull-
enax, Iulie Munson,
Martha Rohrbaugh, Cyn-
Carol Schmidt, Susan
Sears, Iariet Settles, Suzi
Simons, Kathy Skinner,
Iudy Stokes, Susan Walk-
er, Marion Weldon, Iu-
dy Whitehead, Pam Wil-
liams, Sandra Yeager.
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DELTA DELTA DELTA
Theta Upsilon Chapter
Tri Deltas Emphasize Service Projects
Delta Delta Delta members were
involved in almost every phase of
campus life. Besides maintaining
high scholastic standards and being
represented in Mortar Board, Scroll
and Lantern, four Tri Deltas march-
ed in Angel Flight. Diane Blaisdell
Iudy Stokes, and Leslie Smith were
elected to Wl1o's Who. Diane Blais-
dell was a student senator while
Carolyn Mullenax served as senate
treasurer and co-editor of the year-
Not lacking for beauty queens,
Sandi Curtis was Miss Oklahoma
and Cathy Bamburg was AFROTC
Honorary Cadet Major.
For Service projects, the girls en-
tertained children from Turley
Home at a Halloween Party, col-
lected food for needy families at
Thanksgiving, and donated their
time to the Iaycee Christmas shop-
Iudy Stokes served as president,
Carolyn Mullenax as vice-president,
Leslie Smith as secretary, and Bev
Kleinmann as treasurer.
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If they ever decide which song to sing, the results are great.
D ELT A G A M M A
Gamma Beta Chapter
Anehor Girls Reign Throughout Fraternities
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DG Hurricane tea-party ranks second in Disneyland Homecoming.
Delta Gamma's anchor girls he-
gan a most successful year in the
newly remodeled lodge. Taking a
second place with their homecoming
theme, "Hurricane Teapartyf' set
them well on their way to many re-
warding honors throughout the
Four girls reigned as fraternity
Sweethearts: Iulie Cleveland, Marti
Homan, Shirley Williams, and Su-
san Heard. The DG's are also proud
of their scholastic achievement, hav-
ing representatives in Lantern,
Scroll, and Mortar Board.
Delta Gamma's social service pro-
jects included a drive for the men-
tally retarded, and Thanksgiving
baskets for needy families. During
Christmas they gave a party for the
children of the Tulsa Orphanage.
DCKS oflicers are Patti Bell, presi-
dentg Lou Ann I-lellinghausen, first
vice-presidentg Sharon Stephan, sec-
ond vice-presidentg Iimmie Mitchell,
secretary, Iulie Cleveland, treasurer.
Mrs. Slack was the proud house-
Mrs. Velma Slack, Bar-
bie Bagwell, Patti Bell,
lean Bevill, Sally Bliss,
Susie Clannin, Iulie
Cleveland, Ierrie Coe,
Ianice Crawford, Bar-
bara Dodd, Kathy Flan-
Leticia Gallagher, Ieanne
Gambrell, Nanci Ger-
winer, Sharon Goddard,
Sharon Green, Susan
Lou Ann Hellinghausen,
Beth Holder, Marti Ho-
rnan, Sandra Howard,
Marilyn Iohnson, Karen
Marti Lee, Linda Lewis,
Kim McWhorter, lim-
mie Mitchell, Ieanne
Norbin, Carole Norris.
Iulie Novak, Io Payne,
Pat Redfern, Lynda
Rhoads, Janie Roberts,
Sue Shile, Sharon Ste-
phan, Suzanne Suender,
Sharon Swaim, Susan
Swanson, Ianet Taylor.
Linda Thomas, Kay Un-
derwood, Suza Van Tuyl,
Ginny Westholt, Shir-
ley Williams, Carol Yo-
Karen Albrecht, Nancy
Anderson, Ann Baber,
Kathy Brown, Carolyn
Catron, Ieri Clark.
Barbara Dale, Anne De-
vine, Barbie Ensminger,
Dorothy Gardner, Mar-
go Glenn, Iudy Goodell.
Ieanne Goodman, Katy
Hall, Claudia Hansen,
Kathy Harrison, Nancy
Heflin, Ianet Higman.
Nancy Hodge, Sue Ho-
velman, Ian Inhofe,
Cindy Kalousek, Iulie
Laudon, Carol Lee.
Ian Levy, Iudy Lindley,
Io Anne Lynch, Nancy
MacDole, Karen Mc-
Keever, Malinda Myers.
Karen Paul, Donna
Phelps, Lou Pittman,
Mary Kay Place, Pam
Remsburg, Ann Rum-
merfielcl, Nancy Schultz.
Susan Sirnanton, Patti
Smith, Carol Spivey,
Sandy Tolbert, Iackie
Webber, Ann Willyard,
Thetas found themselves swept
into a most exciting and fun-filled
year. The pledge class started the
ball rolling with their enthusiastic
support of Band Queen candidate
Mary Kay Place, now reigning
queen. Other honoraries included
yearbook beauties, Homecoming
queen attendants, members in Lan-
tern, Mortar Board, and Who's
Carol Spivey was an outstanding
president and initiated quite a "So-
cial Swirlf, Everyone acknowledg-
ed the booming success of the Pansy
Pounce, held in honor of the
pledges, the Kappa-Theta Formal,
the Christmas Dance, and the Luau,
held in honor of the new Theta
Man. Homecoming efforts proved
successful for they captured first
place with the magnificent Dumbo
the Elephant. Mrs. George Terrien
graciously held down the roof dur-
ing all this turmoil.
Other officers are Iudy Lindley,
vice-president, Carolyn Catron, sec-
retary, Nancy I-Ieilin, treasurer.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Gamma Tau Chapter
First Place with Dumbo
Sanidy Claws never had it so good, with these vivacious helpers!
K A P P A D E L T A
Beta Epsilon Chapter
KD Pledges Poster the Campus with pirit
C K I
:'Alice in Hurricane-land" competes in homecoming festivities.
In order to ensure another suc-
cessful year, the Kappa Delta girls
planned and executed a ton of activ-
ities both enjoyable and rewarding.
Pledges enthusiastically made and
painted signs and posters, and hung
them all over the campus to show
that the Kappa Delta's were behind
the Hurricanes one-hundred per-
As for social service, projects in-
cluded participation in a drive for
mentally retarded children and help
for needy families.
Dances were high on the list of
activities and included the Fall Em-
erald and Pearl Dance in honor of
the pledges, the Christmas Snow
Ball and the KD Man Dance. Kappa
Delta is also proud of its members
in Lantern, Scroll, Fashion Board,
Council on Religious Life, and
The officers of Kappa Delta soror-
ity are Linda Begin, presidentg Ken-
nie Io Baker, vice-presidentg Kay
lVIcKellips, secretary, and Lucy Mar-
Mrs. Gay, Iodee Allen,
Kennie Io Baker, Alice
Boggs, Iudy Boyd.
Dana Caldwell, Sandra
Catren, Iudy Fisher, Me-
linda Gilmore, Patty
Laura Harriman, Carol
Keene, Karen Kraus, Lu-
zetta Martinez, Iune Mel-
Paula Mills, Tonette
Moeller, Cindy Morris,
Linda Morris, Deanna
Mary Kay Richard, Pat-
ty Roessler, Kathy Samp-
son, Shera Sledek, Cher-
Diana Smith, Donna
Smith, Linda Swenson,
Carolyn Templeton, Iune
Carol Ann Westall, Iudy
Wetzel, Sharline Wil-
son, Lynda Woody, Pau-
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Sarah Alvoid, Sue At-
water, Susan Bales, Andi
Black, Kay Bodley, Paula
Iani Buker, Connie
Clarke, Pat Clarke, Pat-
ti Coulter, Ginny Dunn.
Betty Easter, Marsha EI-
kins, Iudy Frank, Kaye
Fulcher, Diane Gentry,
Cindy Hodgson, Iulie
Howell, Gerry Hyatt,
Sharon Kaul, Karen Kep-
linger, Bonnie Larimore.
Nancy Daniels, Becky
Miller, Pat Moubry, Iu-
lie Patman, Cherie Io
Perrault, Iudy Reames,
Donna Rogers, lane
Schwartz, Iulie Scroggs,
Georgia Shaffer, Susie
Shaw, Ianet Skelton,
Sally Smith, Karen
Standridge, Susan Suli-
burk, Jinx Townsend,
Ieannie Weber, Ioan
1 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Delta Pi Chapter
Kappos Unlock a. tore ol Campus Honors
Kitty Kappa of Kappa Kappa
Gamma Watched her girls zoom
through another outstanding year.
Twenty spirited pledges dominated
the fall activity by presenting their
band queen candidate, Ginny Dunn,
to the tune of "Band Casey."
Primary on the social service agen-
da was a joint Christmas Party for
the children of the Childrenis Home
with the Lambda Chi's, caroling at
Mercy Hospital, and a food drive
for needy families.
Scholastic achievement was a
Kappa objective and various mem-
bers were found in Scroll, Lantern,
and Mortar Board. Campus activi-
ties included beauty queens, Angel
Flight members, and yearbook co-
Social events of the year included
Fleur-de-lis and the Kappa-Theta
Dances. Not to be forgotten is the
Great Pumpkin Serenade at Hallo-
Officers were Cherie Io Perrault,
pres., Susan Suliburk, vice-pres.g Su-
san Bales, sec., and Sally Smith,
'Not just grades but diversity, is what we add to our university?
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P H I M U
Epsilon Gamma Chapter
Girls Promote S. S. Hope erviee Project
Phi Mu girls stress culture, scholarship, and Charlie Brow
Members of Phi Mu honored their
new pledges and began the year
with the annual formal Pink Castle
Ball held at the Camelot Inn. The
girls then promoted inter-sorority
relations by sponsoring the Coed
Prom which allowed everyone to let
off a little steam! Christmas activi-
ties were highlighted with the Rein-
deer Riot for Phi Mus and their
dates followed by a slumber party
at the lodge. An underprivileged
childrenis fund along with the Proj-
ect Hope, their national philan-
thropy, boosted the girls' social serv-
ice way over the top. Spring brought
the Mardi Gras costume party in
May honoring the favorite Phi Mu
man, El Caballero del Sur.
Outstanding Phi Mu members
represented their sorority both in
Mortar Board and Whois Who this
Officers for Epsilon Gamma
Chapter are Mary Buthod, presi-
dentg Nancy Hubbard, vice-presi-
dentg Iane Bray, secretaryg Karen
McCandless, treasurerg and Mrs. Eu-
nice Borden is housemother.
Mrs. Emmie R. Borden,
Cathy Abshire, Ruth Al-
len, lane Bray, Tamer-
lane Brown, Mary Bu-
Ruth Buthod, Linea
Cash, Cynthia Chronis-
ter, Mary Cobb, Rose-
mary Cowan, Virginia
Donna Fredrickson, Gilo-
ria Goodson, Trisha
Grimes, Vicki Hendricks,
IoAnn Hoffman, Theresa
Nancy Hubbard, Susan
Iones, Nancy Kirkman,
Patricia Lawler, Karen
McCandless, Ianet Mc-
lean McClure, Elaine
Noble, Iudi O'Neal, Car-
ol Parsons, Kathleen
Pollard, Nancy Rains.
Marjorie Rhyne, Ie-an Ri-
rie, Susan Sample, Ianet
Schwamb, Cheryl Smith,
Florence Tabbut, Edith
Vineyard, Margaret Wel-
ton, Beth Wenger, Con-
nie Williams, Iudith Kay
Wilson, Iennifer Wren.
FRONT ROW: Barbara Dodd, Toni Brogdon, Indy Frank, Williams, Linda Cash, Ianet McClure, Betty Easter, Kathy
Sherry Templeton, Ioanne Lynch. BACK ROW: Pam Hall.
JUNlI0ll PANHELLENIC COUNCIL
Sorority Pledges Bake
Pledge classes from TU's seven national
sororities organize and unite in the lunior
Panhellenic Council. This group supports
Panhellenic activities and also sponsors sev-
eral separate projects. Getting to know one
another is a basic aim of junior Panhellenic
This year's peppy pledges joined together
to cheer the Golden Hurricane football
players on to victory before the Wichita
game in the fall.
lunior Greeks held a picnic at which
Up tornlior Sales
food, song, and games were enjoyed by all.
In order to raise money, junior Panhel-
lenic held a school-Wide dance and several
bake sales. Their objective for fund raisings
was the scholarship awarded at the Spring
Panhellenic Banquet to the most deserving
freshman girl who pledged one of TU,s
judy Frank served as junior Panhellenic
president. She Was assisted by Barbara
Dodd, vice-presidentg joanne Lynch, secre-
taryg and Sherry Templeton, treasurer.
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FRONT ROW: Lynn Sternple, Io Anne Hoffman, Carol
Lee, Patti Bell, Iulie Reed. ROW TWO: Nancy Harris,
Ianet Taylor, Carolyn Axton, Mary Buthod, Iune Melton,
Linda Begin. BACK ROW: Betty Easter, Diane Blais-
dell, Iudy Stokes, Cherie Io Perrault, Carol Spivey, Mrs.
Panhellenic Co- ponsors Spring Greek Fest
TU'S Panhellenic Council had another
busy year. Many activities were held for
the purpose of unifying and strengthening
the seven national sororities on campus.
Beginning the year, Panhellenic regulat-
ed a completely organized rush. In con-
junction with the IFC, Panhellenic dele-
gates presented both the Fall Ribbon Dance
and the Spring Panhellenic-IFC Dance.
Greek spirit soared at both of these social
events. A very successful Miss TU Pageant
was held under the guidance of Panhellenic
Springtime found the council extra busy.
Greek Week was packed with a carnival,
olympics, and a dance. Panhellenic Spring
Workshops were most helpful and infor-
mative for all the sororities. This busy
Greek year was concluded with the annual,
exciting Panhellenic Awards Banquet.
Carol Lee presided over the Panhellenic
Council, with Iulie Reed as first vice-presi-
dentg Diane Blaisdell, second vice-president,
lune Melton, treasurer, and IoAnne Hoff-
man, secretary. Dean Florence Stevenson
sponsored this important group.
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FRONT ROW: H. N. Carter, Steve I-Iolmberg, Ron Iohn-
ston, Gary Summerfield, Iohn Davis, Bob Welsh, Kent
Thomas, Ray Cousins. BACK ROW: Tony Barrick, Ken
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Iohnson, Walt Lewis, Richard Schussler, Richard Van
Laere, Ken Bass, Dennis Hoyer, Ken Dennison, Bill Mil-
dren, Bob Bloomfield, Maurice I. Sharp.
Council Receives Leud for High ehelarship
TU's Interfraternity Council is the gov-
erning body of the seven national men's so-
cial fraternities on the campus.
Through its various programs the group
seeks to emphasize that the advantages of
fraternity affiliation are many and that fra-
ternities are a necessary and vital partner of
The activities of the IFC touch fraternity
life throughout the year but are concentrat-
ed in the combined effort of both the soror-
ities and fraternities at TU during Greek
Week, began last spring.
For 1965 the TU IFC Was presented with
the National lnterfraternity Councilis Sum-
ma Cum Laude Award for recognition of
superior scholarship of the fraternity system
at the University of Tulsa. It also received
a Citation of Merit for its help with the
Tulsa MS Drive in collecting S1200 for the
National MS Foundation.
The Council's officers are Steve Holm-
berg, presidentg Ron Iohnston, vice-presi-
dentg Gary Summerfield, secretary, and
Iohn Davis, treasurer. Sponsors are Dean
H. N. Carter and Dean M. I. Sharp.
First Greek Week Takes Campus b term
TUDS first annual Greek Week was held
on the campus in the spring of 1965. The Olympic Games, sidewalk surfing, piggy-
back rides, three-legged races and gunny-
sack hops made for an afternoon of laughs
and sore chins. Fun for all!!
The Greek Carnival was by far the most
successful all-campus activity that has been
held at TU in years. Pies and water bal-
loons were flying in every direction much
to the enjoyment of the over 400 students
who attended the two-hour festival.
Next day brought a powder-puff football
game, a fraternity tug-of-war, and a big
picnic at Turner Park. '
The Panhellenic-IFC award dance cli-
maxed the week's activities. New oflicers,
trophies, awards, and Sweethearts were pre-
sented, it signified the close of the first
Greek Week and foretold bigger and better
things to come.
Olympic Games, sidewalk surfing,
. . . pies flying in every direction
h t th ' f
. . . muc 0 e enjoyment o
400 students who attended.
Mrs. I. I. Haralson, Fred
Allen, Bruce Bennett,
Burke Chandler, Ronald
Larry Gill, Iim Bird,
Mike Graves, Iim Grin-
er, Robert Gray.
Dennis Hayer, Paul Ho-
gan, George Hubbard,
Ierry Ierome, Thomas
Iohn Kemper, Bob Lewis,
Walter Lewis, Wade
Martin, Don Mathieson.
Iim McKown, Iohn Ro-
ginski, Tipton Randolph,
James Stevenson, Iim
Swan, Gary Tyron, Iirn
The men of Alpha Tau Omega
planned and executed various activ-
ities both rewarding and enjoyable.
The year was filled with many
memorable social events such as the
Great Pumpkin Party held in the
Fall, the annual Pledge Christmas
Formal, and the spring Black and
White Formal honoring the new in-
itiates. Also, during the last few
months of school the ATO,s held
their annual Spring Retreat Ski
Members of ATO were quite busy
with their Community Service proj-
the year worth
of Alpha Tau
ects, which made
while. But more
campus and social
the strong bond
binding the men
ficiently served by Walter G. Lewis,
presidentg Iohn Stevenson, vice-
presidentg Iames Stevenson, treasur-
erg Dennis Hoyer, recording secre-
taryg and Mike Graves, correspond-
ing secretary. Mrs. I. Haralson
proudly serves in the capacity of
Alpha Tau Omega housemother.
chapter was ef-
ALPHA TAU 0MEGA
Epsilon Lambda Chapter
with pring Ski Part
With Tri-Deltas, Halloween for Turley children proved rewarding
Coniederates Secede During Old South Fest
"Slip the Cards a Mickeylln
Mu chapter of Kappa Alpha Or-
der grew out of Tulsa University lo-
cal, Delta Alpha Delta, May 8, l937.
Today the Southern Gentlemen
can proudly boast of retiring the in-
tramural football trophy for the
third year in succession, a twenty
thousand dollar restoration of the
fraternity house, and membership in
almost every organization on cam-
pus ranging from the intramural
council to Omicron Delta Kappa.
Kappa Alpha's fall social season
opened with the Plantation Ball held
in honor of the pledges. Following
this was the Share Croppers Stomp,
Toga Party, Rue Pigalle, and pledge
son-pledge father party.
The annual Old South Ball, held
on December eleventh in honor of
the pledges, highlighted the first se-
mester. The KA's grew beards and
donned Confederate uniforms. In
the middle of the U they read their
secession speech from the Univer-
sity and departed on horseback. The
annual fall formal is held to com-
memorate the customs and tradi-
tions of the Old South.
Larry Alsup, David Av-
erill, Ion Coombs, Ray
Iohn Davis, Ion Dether-
age, Iohn I. Dyer,
Dan Flournoy, Iack Gott,
Don Hamilton, Roger
Tom Harris, Lloyd Kel-
ly, Park Lang, Gordon
Robert McCone, Bob
McKoWn, Don Mi gl,
Kurt Nehmzow, Mike
Quinn, Gene Roy, Mike
Shrout, Max Watkins.
Mrs. S. A. Brown, Frank
Antezana, Tony Barrick,
Iack Bartles, Larry Bart-
ley, I. L. Beaubein.
Scott Burwell, Chaney E.
Carter, Mike Cooper,
Iim Craig, Patrick Cril-
ly, Ken Davidson.
Ioe Dennis, Iohn Dwyer,
Tom Fitzgibbon, Tom
Gilbert, Ielf Haas, Earl
Robert B. Harris. Larry
Heame, Steve I-Iolthouse,
Dean Iones, Wayne Lair,
Charles Lee, Dennis
Maltbie, Robert Meng,
T e r r y O'Callaghan,
Thomas O'Leary, George
Dawson Priestman, Ron-
nie Reed, Ioe Reese, Iohn
Reiner, Ioseph Rhees,
Frank Schiendler, Tom
Shepard, Gary Sloan,
Howard Smith, Drew
Spanogle, Bob Specht.
Phil Spurlock, Steve Ste-
Venson, Stuart Temple-
man, Louis Vespasian,
Stuart K. Watson, Ioe
Weston, Bud Wilson.
Kappa Sigmas lavishly decorated
their house for two big events of the
year the Barn party and the Luau,
both favorites of the Kappa Sigs and
their dates. A Suppressed Desire
party and the Sweetheart formal
were held in Ianuary and February
More serious endeavor found its
place in chapter life, also as loyal
Kappa Sigs studied hard to live up
to the National Scholarship Award.
The fraternity maintained a grade
point above the all rnen's average
for four consecutive years.
Kappa Sigma held innumerable
prominent campus positions: Busi-
ness School president, Who's Who
members, vice-president of senior
and junior classes, asst. editor of
yearbook, staff members of Varsity
Night, and varsity athletes. The
outstanding social service project of
Kappa Sig was their Canned Food
Drive for the Salvation Army.
Officers were Ioe Reese, president,
Ken Davidson, vice-presidentg Drew
Spanogle, secretaryg Ioe Weston,
treasurer. Mrs. Laura Brown serves
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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Epsilon Upsilon Chapter
EXPA I0 :LXA Word ofthe Year
"To the lake" was the cry as the Playboy weekend progressed.
A full social calendar, campus and
community service projects, and the
addition of a new Wing to their fra-
ternity house helped keep the men
of Lambda Chi Alpha busy this
The social calendar included a
hayride, the annual Sewer Party, an
active-pledge football game, and the
Crescent Girl Formal. The Crescent
Girl for 1965-66 is julie Cleveland
of Delta Gamma. The annual Play-
boy Weekend Was again the main
function of the spring social calen-
Lambda Chi also took an active
part in several community projects.
Parades, fund drives for charities,
parties for orphan children, and at
Christmas, a gift collection for the
servicemen in Viet Nam. These
were typical of the yearis many pro-
Officers included president, Steve
Saltzmang vice-president, jerry Rifeg
secretary, james lVlcCrayg and treas-
urer, lames Reed. Mrs. Pacola
Qllflomj Porter serves as housemoth-
Pacola Porter, Dan Ah-
rens Chuck Armen,
Richard Atchison, Dale
Bandy, Bruce Berg.
Bruce Berkinshaw, Steve
Black, Randy Bruton,
Robert Buthod, Craig S.
Cherry, Robert Cox.
Robert Bruce Dains, Bill
Eby, Steve Gustison,
Tim Hall, Robert Han-
son, Hal Helton.
Larry Holland, Wayne
Hudnall, Richard Iones,
David Knabb, Iini Mc-
Cray, Iony Majerik.
Benton R. Maples, Dav-
id Nash, Larry I. Pat-
rick, Charles K. Payne.
Bud Pederson, Richard
Ronald Pruitt, Iames
Reed, Larry Reed, Mi-
chael P. Reeves, Charles
L. Richardville, Ierry
Rife, Theron Russell.
Steve Saltzman, Louis L.
Saxon, Bill Schrirnpf,
Kent Skoug, George B.
Smock, Steve Somers,
Tom Stehman, Peter
Stickney, I. R. Studenny,
Gary Siunmerheld, Tom
Tener, Hank Thorsen,
Richard I. Van Laere,
Kent Washburn, David
E. Weiskopf, Bruce Wi-
ley, Steve Winkle, Den-
nis Winter, William
Steve Alley, Alvin Baca,
Iames Behnke, Roy Bell,
David Bendt, Dennis
Bradford, Harry Brad-
Mike Burke, Iulian Carr,
William Chapman, Ken
Cornstuble, Ken Croi-
sant, William Croisant,
Michael Curry, Dio
Daily, Robert Davidson,
Ken Dennison, Art Du-
puy, Clyde Edwards,
Iames Frank, Richard
Gardner, Roger Roding,
Larry Hammick, Iames
Hancock, Robert Harris,
Kipp Hoffman, Steve
Holmberg, Robert Huff
Ken Iohnson, Paul Iones,
Terry Iones, Ierry Kirk.
Richard Klarr, Walter
Kruse, Harold Langdon,
David Lansdown, Glen
Law, Iohn Linder, Kim
Rinne Martin, Pat Mc-
Clintock, Bill Mildren,
Mike Miller, Art Mires,
Ioel Owens, Bill Pen-
Rip Peters, Iolm Red-
man, Ron Ronck, Robert
Scott, Richard Schussler,
Richard Sloan, Ken
Starr, Mickey Suess.
Elmer Symsack, Gary
Trennepohl, W i l l i a m
Vogle, Robert Wally,
Ieff Welch, Chuck Whis-
enhunt, Larry Williams,
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Gamma Upsilon Chapter
Pi Kappa Alpha Sweeps Class Elections
The Pi Kappa Alpha fire engine
was the initial source of inspiration
for the largest pledge class on cam-
pus. Their traumatic ride up and
down fraternity row established the
accelerated pace they continued to
follow throughout the year.
Under the expert supervision of
Dave Lansdown, Pike pledges and
members alike united to work
on homecoming theme, "Captain
Hookf, The Baby Bawl and Sher-
wood Forest parties were new ad-
ditions to the Pike social limelight.
Patty Smith emerged from the great
forest as pledge class princess. The
Christmas party at which Santa
nartfullyn presented Pike dates with
gifts, the Shipwreck party and
Dream Girl formal concluded the so-
lVIen of PiKA swept class elec-
tions last fall with president of sen-
ior, junior, and freshman classes.
Officers were president, Bill Mil-
dreng vice-president, Ken Iohnsong
Secretary, Mike Burke, treasurer,
Robert Davidson. Mom Chapman
59fV95 35 housemother fOr the Pikes- Happiness-a fire engine and the only frat house on sorority row.
S I G M A C HI
Delta Omega Chapter
More Snow from Sigs With 'i igloou Part
Heavy was the Mountain Dew at the annual Li'1 Abner functio
Sigma Chi's started out the school
year with a rompin' stompin' good
time at the Lil'l Abner Party. In an
effort to promote better fraternity re-
lations, the Sigs and Lambda Chiis
held a joint dance which proved
quite successful. The social events in-
cluded the "Sigloo', Ski Party held
during the Christmas season and the
Sweetheart Dance held in the
spring. The Sigs also swept the
campus with flrst place in homecom-
In scholarship, sports, and active
campus citizenship, the members of
Sigma Chi have proved themselves
worthy of merit. They are very
proud of the members holding sen-
ate and class offices.
Officers of Sigma Chi for the past
year were lerry Reeves, presidentg
Bob Welsh, vice-presidentg Landon
Richards, secretary, Rich Wolf,
treasurer. "Mom" Pruitt serves as
housemother for this active chapter.
Willis Allen, Ken Bass,
Larry Bayer, Ross Bell,
Ray Bender, Rich Blunk,
Iim Burton, lim Camp-
bell, Dick Carrol, Rick
Charlton, Gale Charns,
Gary Collins, Mike Coul-
Bob Cox, Randy Crook,
Larry Cusack, Rick Elli-
son, Noble Forbes, Dick
Frazier, Bob Fredrick-
Iohn M. Gibbon, Roger
Grigor, Charles Hawkins,
Richard Hill, Will Hoyt,
Ron Iohnsion, John
Gary Kirk, Ron Kovach,
Iohn Lamberton, Bob
McCormick, Steven Mill-
er, Bill Mueller, Lewis
Richard Potasky, Ron
Reneker, Pete Schmidt,
Terry Stowe, Chuck Tay-
lor, Skip Teel.
Iohn Vollc, Iohn Wal-
ton, Robert Wandres,
Iohn Warner, Doug
Wokoun, Richard Wolfe.
Mrs. Don Harrell, Bruce
Allen, Gary Allison, Dick
Bland, Doug Brady.
Steve Caldwell, jim
Crawford, Bob Down-
ing, Iohn Ewert, Iohn
Hunter Johnson, Frank
King, Ron King, John
Kraft, Gordon Lee.
Larry Lyon, Conrad Ly-
siak, Rick McGhee, Ion
Martin, Mike Messer.
Douglas Miller, lim Nay-
lor, Bruce M. Parks, Bill
Iohn Ramsey, Lawrence
Reed, Bruce Roberson,
Mike Stapp, Kent Thorn-
as, Ierry Witt, Iud Zell-
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igma u Plays
I-Iallucinations? Never! If you
thought you saw some thirty young
men rolling an earth-moving tire
around campus, with fiery slogans
painted on the side of it, then you
are perfectly sane. The "Big Wheel"
Was the Sigma Nu Pledge Spirit
project and seems to have spirited
the Tulsa Hurricanes to a very suc-
Members of Sigma Nu also filled
their year with many social events.
Outstanding among the events were
the Western Party, the Sweetheart
Dance, and the White Rose Formal.
Service was also a big part of the
Sigma Nuis year. They helped with
the Crippled Children,s Drive and
the Multiple Sclerosis Drive.
The 1965-66 officers of Sigma Nu
are Iohn Ghostbear, commanderg
Iohn Ewert, lt. commanderg Hunter
Iohnson, reporter - recorderg Bill
Anthes, treasurerg and Bob Radford,
pledge trainer. Mrs. Donald Herrell
is the Sigma Nu housemother.
Zeta Lambda Chapter
66 U 99
Big Wheel on Campus
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You say pledges have something over actives, but this is absurd!
I.0TTllE JANE MABEE
Girls Swing from Dorm to Class to Part
LI girls are a cute bunch, in fact, boys climb walls to see o
LIMH girls opened a bright year
with a new staff of housemothers.
Mrs. Viola Burlingame, a former
housemother at OSU, is the resident
manager. Mrs. Helen Dugan, hav-
ing served as a housemother at
TCU, is resident counselor of Lottie
lane. Miss Avvanda Scheer, who has
previously worked in a boys' dorm
at OU, has the night duty.
President Carol Olincy and her
officers thought eight oiclock in the
morning was too early to run into
visiting men, so they banned male
visitors until after 10:30 a.m. The
girls had to carry their own books
to early morning classes.
Quiet, sedate Friday afternoon at-
mosphere Was shaken by a Weekly
hootenany in the living room. Stu-
dents and guest folk singers brought
both sad and gay tunes to anxious
audiences. At Christmas, the girls
picked up the boys and Went carol-
ing all over campus. The reception
was a bit damp when they reached
old Kemp Hall.
Cathee Adderton, Clare
Ahrens, Karen Albrecht,
Ian Alexander, Sarah Al-
void, Susan Ammon,
Nancy Anderson, Sue At-
Barbie Bagwell, Anne
Baber, Susan Bales, Ca-
they Bamburg, Sue
Banes, Sue Bayer, Patti
Bell, Marilyn Berry.
Gloria Birch, Iudith
Blair, Sally Bliss, Betty
Blust, Alice Boggs, Chlo-
teal Bonner, Carolyn
Bottom, Iudy Boyd.
Pat Brasier, Iane Bray,
Toni Brogdon, Iaynie
Brown, Kathy Brown,
Barbara Breuninger, Pa-
rinee Buranadilok, Linda
Connie Chapman, Sue
Cheatham, Cathy Chris-
ler, Ianis Chumley, Su-
san Clannin, Iulie Cleve-
land, Mary Cobb, Carol
Barbara Coombs, Pat
Coulter, Rosemary Cow-
an, Beverly Criswell,
Pattie Curby, Barb Dah-
lin, Katie Dains, Sylvia
Suzanne Denton, lean
Dickerson, Gay Dopps,
Virginia Duke, Roberta
Dunbar, Dyann Dyer,
Marsha Edmonds, Cleta
Barbie Ensrninger, San-
dy Evans, Kerry Everitt,
Gail Farrell, Sharon
Faust, Donna Fredrick-
son, Iamy Fox, Linda
Jeri Gerwiner, Pamela
Gleason, Nellie Gomez,
Ieanne Goodman, Melis-
sa Grant, Linda Gross,
Freida Green, Sharon
Trisha Grimes, Armen-
dina Grillen, Iudy Gun-
ner, Catherine Haas, Ka-
ty Hall, Claudia Hansen,
Nancy Harris, Donna
Karen Harvard, Iulie
Howell, Carol Hausen,
Nancy Heflin, Peg Hei-
del, Lou Ann Helling-
hausen, Ianet Higman,
Cindy Hodgson, Barba-
ra Hojel, Iean Ann
Holmes, Sue Hovehnan,
Sandy Howard, Nancy
Hubbard, Kathryn Hul-
cher, Mary Ann Hulsey.
Margo Glenn, Ioyce
Iungling, Cindy Kalou-
sek, Sharon Kaul, Linda
Kelley, Karen Keplinger,
Nancy Ketchum, Nancy
Kim Kirton, Bev Klei-
mann, Ianet Kominek,
Harriet Koons, Karen
Krai, Karen Kraus,
Mary Mike Landrum,
julie Laudon, Luanna
Layman, Vicki Lee, Bar-
bara Lessley, Ian Levy,
Iudy Lindley, Iudy Logs-
don, Charlie Lyle-Stau-
Kathleen Lynch, Karen
McCandless, Karen Mc-
Keever, Kay McKellips,
Nancy McManus, Linda
MacConnell, N a n c y
MacDole, Sandy Mar-
Linda Marlar, Diane
Masure, Charlotte Mer-
rick, Becky Miller, Susan
Miller, Paula Mills, Lin-
da Mize, Ginny More-
Kathleen Murphy, Ruth
Nicolaysen, Elaine No-
ble, Karen Oertle, Ieanne
Offerle, Colleen O'Con-
nor, Kathleen O'Conner,
Carol Parsons, Karen
Paul, Io Ellen Payne,
Susie Perkins, Nancy
Pickell, Mary Kay Place,
Kathy Pollard, Biddie
Anne Procter, Margaret
Reed, Pam Rernsberg,
Beverly Reynolds, Mar-
gie Rhyne, IoAnn Rice,
Linda Richards, Emily
Christine Rodgers, Io
Elaine Rogers, Pam Ross,
Linda Rowe, Susan
Ruth, Suzy Sample, Ka-
thy Sampson, lean Scha-
Lynne Schaberg, Carol
Schmidt, Iane Schneider,
Iudy Schneider, Sallie
Schofield, lane Schwartz,
Nancy Schultz, Victoria
Iulie Scroggs, Ianet Set-
tles, Mary Sheldon,
Georgia Shaffer, Susie
Shaw, Susan Shile, Ianet
Skelton, Iane Skinner.
Ann Sloss, Cheryl Smart,
Linda Louise Smith, Pat-
ti Smith, Mary lane
Solchenberger, L i n d a
Sonnenfeld, Carol Spi-
vey, lean Springer.
Christy Stephan, Shar-
on Stephan, Betts Stev-
inson, Iudy Stokes, Dren-
da Stout, Suzanne Suen-
der, Kathleen Sullivan,
Susan Swanson, Ianet
Taylor, Sherry Temple-
ton, Iackie Thaden, Lin-
da Thompson, Ioyce
Tippin, Chris Tison,
Veta Treat, Cathy Tur-
ner, Lucia Uhl, Ian Val-
lem, Lyda Vega, Edie
Vineyard, Susan Walk-
er, Lucille Ward.
Margaret Welton, Carol
Ann Westfall, Iudy Wet-
zel, Iudy Whitehead,
B r e n d a Whittington,
Linda Wilkinson, Caro-
lyn Wills, Ann Willyard.
Iudy Kay Wilson, Pat
Wilson, Elrne Wolcott,
Linda Wolf, Iane Wong,
Nancy Wood, Jennifer
Tina Wrigley, Barbara
Wylie, Iudy Yates, Car-
ol Yocom, Pauline Zim-
pel, Lynn Zabriskie, Ia-
J H Holds Annual Toilet Bowl Attraction
or L "txt
Hmmm, here's a real "Go-Go," Bertha Snodgrass, Xe 9-8040.
"Good evening, Iohn Mabee Hall,
who in the Hall do you Want?"
Water-balloon fightsg mob scenes
at mail time, noise during quiet
hoursg displays of Playboy architec-
ture, working out football pass-run
options in the hall without being
caught by the assistant head resi-
dent or Mrs. Gwinn, the house
mother. All make up the many ac-
tivities of IMI-I.
The finest of all sport events is
held just before semester finals, the
Annual Toilet Bowl. This makes
the second year IMI-I has presented
this outstanding football event.
The talents of Iohn Mabee Hall
can boast to be as diversified and
complete as any group on campus.
They are comprised of folk singers
to classical guitarists, and star ping
pong players to creative poets and
This yearis officers were asst. head
resident, Stephen Rodgersg presi-
dent, Terry Dickeyg vice-president,
lulian Carrg secretary-treasurer,
Grace Gwinn, Mark All-
bright, Dave Araneo,
Tom Armino, Gary Ben-
ton, Scott Burwell, Iulian
Craig S. Cherry,
Chris Corti, Ken Crois-
ant, Terry Dickey, Mait
DuBois, Randall Dugan,
William Ebrecht, Mi-
chael Feernster, Iames
Frere, Douglas A. God-
ing, Doug Gosney, Rob-
ert Gray, Tim Hall.
Gene Hansell, Iohn Has-
kins, Robert Hanson,
Wayne Hausen, Iohn
Hegwein, Hal Helton,
Tom Hoge, Randy Holt-
berg, Wayne Hudnall,
Larry lack, Dean Ierome,
Paul Keller, Peter Kwong.
Mohammed Khan, Ron-
ald Kuhn, Danny Lam-
bert, Iames Link, Ierry
Martin, William W.
Martin, Forrest Miller.
Robert Pries, Gary L.
Raasch, Tipton Ran-
olph, Mir Rasheeduddin,
Iohn Richards, Alfredo
L. Riera, Stephen Rod-
Donald Robert Ross,
Louis L. Saxon, Iohn
Siegfried, Bill Schrimpf,
Gordon Sim, Robert
Ski nn er, Raymond
Stankunas, Tom Steh-
Gregory Taraszha, Dan
Teagarden, Hank Thor-
sen, Bill Van Gieson, Su-
rinder Wazir, Iim Wen-
delken, Bud Wilson.
Bill Anderson, Lew Bay-
lor, Roy Brewer, Edward
Brown, Hennan Cal-
lands, Gary Collett, Rob-
ert I. Daugherty.
Bruce Davis, Ray G. Da-
vis, Robert Duncan, Ter-
ry Dunham, Ioe Gill,
Gr. K, Greenig, Frank
Robert I. Haller, Bill
Hallett, Charles Hardt,
W a r r e n Henderson,
Richard M. Hill, III, Ioe
Craig LaGrone, Gene
Lakusiak, Gary McDer-
mett, Tom McGuire,
Iohn McIntosh, Rinne
Martin, Greg Mazur.
Don Migil, Ken Opal,
Frank O,Stafy, Pete Paw-
eska, Bill Pennington,
Richard Potasky, Tony
Iohn Reid, Tom Riley,
Shelton Sadderis, Ion
Schimpf, Scott Schu-
mann, Ralph Supernav-
Howard Twilley, Ron
Vick, Iohn Warner,
Ralph Watley, Wally
Willard, Larry Williams.
'hat A Year for the Boys of emorial Hall
"What is that?" exclaimed the
awe-struck freshman at the huge
monolith at the east end of the Oli-
phant parking lot. "That,,' replied
a Samson-like individual, wearing a
red letter jacket with the TU letters
upon it, "is the renown home of the
athletes who have brought much
recognition to the University of
Tulsa campus throughout the year.
Activity around Memorial Hall
can he found at most any time day
or night for whether it is 2:00 AM
or 2:00 PM something has got to he
jumping around the joint. Much to
the residents' delight at various
times in the year they were served
dinner through the kindliness fand
eagernesslj ofthe sororities. No one
knew what was on the menu, let
alone what he was eating, but every-
one had a great time! Also, during
the year from serenades and invita-
tions to desserts, to halloween
pumpkins the boys of Memorial
Hall were wooed and cooed over by
all the different societies on campus.
Housemother is Mrs. Morris for
Glub, glub, glub, glub! Ahhh, more milk, more milk, more milk
01d and Mark
The men of Kemp cheerfully chipped in
for the drive for school spirit. Homecoming
took the guys away from their books long
enough to decorate for the dorm competi-
tion. Later they boosted Parents' Day by
having an open house. Still outdoing them-
selves, the men took their dates on an old-
TOP ROW: Alvin Baca, lim Bailey, Dale Bandy, Stephen
Beard, Guy Decker, Terry Dial, Bob Fredrickson. SEC-
OND ROW: Gary Hawthorne, Larry Holland, Pete Hud-
son, Earl Tim Meinck, Bud Pingree, Bob Roever, Iohn
b Pepsi Generation
fashioned hayride to Mohawk Park and fin-
ished up with a dance.
Dernocratically governed, the residents
selected Frank Shields to be president, Guy
Decker, vice-presidentg Larry Holland, sec-
retary, Dale Bandy, treasurerg and Gary
Hawthorne, social chairman.
Roginski. BOTTOM ROW: Frank Shields, Iim Thorn-
berry, David Williams, Steve Winkle, Charles Wu. San-
Residents: Betty Easter, Marsha Elkins, Anna Lee Erwin,
Sue Ann Iaclcson, Lynn Moore, Melinda Myers, Iulie Pat-
man, Iudy Reames, Sally Smith, Linda Sonnenfeld.
Honor Apartments Established on T Campus
Consisting of four spacious studio apart-
ments, the Honor Dorm provided such lux-
uries as private phones, complete kitchens,
private bathrooms and air-conditioning to
the three honorable girls who inhabited
each apartment. The conduct and behavior
of the girls were governed by individual
trust and responsibility.
Never to be forgotten is the Homecoming
decorations never put up, the unpaid phone
bills, the wall-flower rallies, and the bugs!
The ability to live with others and
their problems is an important quality
for residents of the honor dorm.
x' A n
Hillbilly dress was ordered for Homecoming, and
Julie Patman and Ken Davis ably complied.
Brush in hand, Betty Hargett strives to turn the
snack bar into storybook land for Homecoming.
Music by Sonny Gray and his quartet from the
Rubiot fumished the entertainment on Friday.
The Sigma Chils managed to capture first
place in house decorations for the fraternities.
Theta girls constructed Dobbs Aerial Circus" and won first place in sorority decorations.
Disneyland Homecoming for T
Using its usual approach to situations,
the Senate thought about possible themes
for homecoming and came up with a win-
ner-Hurricane Disney. The art students
loved it, because they could draw cartoons
on the snack bar Walls. All the Greeks had
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spirited audience songs of political
satire and a blend of ballads and
folk music. The concert ended with
encores and a standing ovation.
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buted with the high orbiting guitar
talents of the Astronauts. The danc-
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meeting the trio at the airport.
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Several scorched school spirit seekers,
radically rebelling from past procedures, pi-
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sweat by a staff of drearners guided by
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task was hard, the obstacles many, but the
show went on, the disbelievers believed.
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football and basketball games. All the boys had to
rely on were loud Voices and acrobatics. Needless
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Union to welcome visiting parents.
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were planned. A faculty-parent
breakfast gave parents the oppor-
tunity to talk informally with the
deans and professors. Highlight of
the Weekend Was the Tulsa-Cincin-
nati football game. The parents sat
in a reserved section, and the half-
time entertainment was presented in
Linda Chamberlain served colliee
at the faculty-parent breakfast.
Mortar Board girls sold gold mums to promote spirit and make money.
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Sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega
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Kappa Sigma, Merit Scholarshipg Senior Class Vice-Presi-
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Presidentg Phi Epsilon Sigmag Sword and Key.
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Club, Secretary-Treasurerg German
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Presidentg Executive Club.
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Pi Kappa Alphag IFC Presidentg Omicron
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Miss TUg Iunior Class Secretary
Modern Choirg Angel Flightg Lantern
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Presidentg Petroleum Marketing Club, President, Executive
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Art Students League.
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Gary McDermott, Tom McGuire.
THIRD ROW: Don Migil, Michael Minnig, Frank O'StaH:y, Pierre
Poweska, Bill Pennington.
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Suggs, Howard Twilley.
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Coaches Lead Tulsa
This yearas TU coaching staff, by NCAA
records, assembled one of the most awe-
some oflenses to ever Walk on a gridiron.
They coached the Hurricane into the top
twenty teams in the nation for the second
straight year, to its second straight bowl
game, and to TU's fourteenth Missouri
Valley Conference Championship. For the
second straight year Coach Dobbs had an
All-American, and also for the second time,
runner-up to the coveted Heisman trophy.
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Iowick, Brobst, Dean, Grimm, Harrington, Kelly, Reidi
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ROW 4: Brown, Townes, Reed, Frost, Sweeny, Goodsell,
to ational Fame
TU pens Season Before ationall
Coach Dobbs plans strategy
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Football season before a nationally televised
crowd, Tulsa,s Blue Bonnet Bowl Cham-
pion's left a favored and crestfallen Cougar
team that majored in fumbling and never
got closer than the TU 26 yard line. Ander-
son completed 25 of 47 passes for two
touchdowns, one to Twilley and the other
to Sweeney, for 230 yds. in the air and 321
yds. total offense. A rugged and fast TU
defense added to Houstonis upset. TULSA
I2 - ARKANSAS 20 - A favored and re-
turning national champion, Arkansas, un-
able to crook Tulsa's tenacious defense early
in the game, rallied in the second half to
edge TU. With a rough but profitable start,
the Hurricane soon led 6-3, then it was Ar-
kansas l0-6. Twilley catching an Ander-
son pass escaped a Porker safety and ran
for the second goal putting TU ahead at the
half. TULSA I4 - OSU I7 - Revenge
was the word of the day at OSU, and re-
venge is what the Pokes got. Tulsa out-
tallied OSU in all statistics but the score by
completing 17 of 29 passes for 212 yards.
Anderson readies to lead a
Tulsa play against revenge
from the OSU Cowboys.
Scott Schumann attempts to
cause a Razorback fumble.
Coach Kawal makes a point to Tulsa defense midway in game as gridders nod approval.
Hurricane till Pass Wizard oi U
TULSA 32 - MEMPHIS STATE 28 - Set-
ting four records, before a crowd of 25,000
at the first game of the season in new Skelly
Stadium, TU threw a tremendous boost in-
to its offensive, passing for four touch-
downs. Anderson completed 39 passes for
a NCAA record, out of a school record of
65 passes thrown, and Twilley broke two
school records by catching 16 passes for
267 yds. TULSA 27 - NORTH TEXAS 20
-- Ironically, it was the outdated form in
gridiron travel of rushing which gave TU
the win. Bob Daugherty, who by his 56
yd. run, scored first for the Hurricaneg and
these seven points ended as the winning
margin. TULSA 49 - CINCINNATI 6 -
Bombing the Bearcats with a fantastic aer-
ial display by completing 32 of 55 passes
led to a crushing 534 yards total offense by
the Hurricanes against their arch-rival.
Hurricane Charles I-Iardt prepares a tackle against a
Cincinnati ball carrier.
TULSA 55 - SIU I2 - Tulsa's Anderson-
Twilley duo, breaking four NCAA records,
sparked TU toward a crushing offensive
display before an overflow crowd at SIU.
Anderson broke Rhomeis single year com-
pletion record by hitting 42 passes, I8 go-
ing to Twilley for another NCAA record.
As a final blow, TU's big defense held SIU
to only 9 yds. rushing and 99 yds. passing.
TULSA SI - LOUISVILLE I8 - Before
their homecoming crowd of 35,783, the
Hurricane downed the Cardinals by corn-
pleting 29 of 54 passes for 362 yds. TU
defense was so flawless that the Cards
could only manage their first first down
with less than five minutes in the first half.
Billy Anderson surpassed Rhorne's NCAA
completion record of 224, by ten. TULSA
I3 - WICHITA 3 - In the WSU contest
Tulsa met unexpected opposition as the
Hurricane was held to 204 yards while hit-
A Bearcat goes cruising for a bruising with TU pass-rnaste An e so t e 'IU e o e e e T ll v el d s a ta
Tulsa's offensive line provides great protection for Hurricane backs.
Tulsa Ends Season
ting 25 of 50 passes. Wichita never threat-
ened as the TU defense had one of its best
days holding the Shockers to only 96 yards
rushing. TULSA 48 - COLO. STATE 20-
Starting slowly, Tu1sa's pass-master Billy
Anderson hit successive scoring bombs of
60, 63, and 51 yards in the fourth quarter
to put the game out of reach. Two of the
TD tosses were to wingback Neal Sweeney,
while the last went to All-American end
Howard Twilley. Anderson set two NCAA
records as he passed for 502 yards, a single
game mark, while amassing a record 3,343
yards total offense. Twilley caught two TD
passes to bring his season total to the
NCAA record breaking mark of 16. A team
mark of 611 yards total offense in a single
game was also set.
Daugherty pulls in an Anderson toss, while Twilley po
by Smashing Colorado
ders a block.
Anderson-Twille KeepT Pass Capital
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For Single Game
Pass attempts ......... . 65 63
Pass attempts without interception . . . 47 43
Pass completions ........ . 42 39
Passing yardage ........ . 502 500
Pass attempts ......... . 509 377
Pass Completions . . . . . . . . 296 224
Passing Yardage . . . . . 3464 2870
Total offense ........... 3343 3128
Total offensive plays ........ 585 470
NCAA RECORDS SET BY TWILLEY
For Single Game
Pass receptions ......... . 19 16
Touchdown passes ....... . 5 4
Pass receptions ........... 134 95
Passing yardage . . . . . . l779 ll78
Touchdown passes . . 16 15
Match one of the all-time great collegiate
passers with one of the all-time great re-
ceivers and chances are the teamis season
will be a smashing success! All-American
end Howard Twilley and quarterback Bill
Anderson Went hand and arm in l965 to
bring to Tulsa 23 NCAA records.
Twilley landed a first team berth on all
major All-American teams including the
coveted polls of the Asso. Press, UPI, and
Look and Time magazines. He Was named
UPPS Lineman of the Yearg and for the
second year in a row the Golden Hurricane
has had the first runner-up for the Heis-
man Trophy. Twilley garnered second
place in trophy voting on the strength of
his season's performance which included
eight NCAA marks Ca phenomenal single
season record of l34 pass receptions for
1779 yardsl and the national scoring title,
first for a lineman.
Billy Anderson, who many thought
would have a hard time filling the shoes of
l964,s star passer Ierry Rhome, did find
the shoes uncomfortable, but because he
had outgrown them! He broke l0 NCAA
marks - many established a year previous
by Rhome, another TU pass-master.
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Tulsa's Kelly smothers
a Tennessee back.
Dobbs contemplates an
appropriate 'uulnbrella pass"
TULSA 6 - TENN. 27 - In the worst
weather imaginable, a pouring rain and a
driving wind, the Hurricane passing ma-
chine bogged down in a Rice paddy. Fum-
bling the first time that it had the football,
Tulsa just could not get the momentum
that it needed to sink the Tennessee Vol-
unteers. Tulsa's game progressed just as
the weather did, all bad. The Volunteers
acting as if they were born in the rain, and
had taken their first steps in mud, just
couldn't be stopped. Tennessee, primarily
a running team, went to the air to score
the First TD, and took advantage of every
break that they got. TU, on the other
hand, could not hang on to the slippery
pigskin. Nevertheless, Billy Anderson man-
aged to hit 23 passes for 250 yards, a fact
that points out that it might have been a
different game had the weather been dry.
Of these passes, 8 went to All-America
Howard Twilley for 78 yards. The announ-
cer summed up the day when he said, Hous-
ton has given us two splashdowns today,
the Gemini 7 and the Bluebonnet Bowl."
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Coach Kawal mirrors 'nhe expression of many a Tulsan at A soaked, muddy, and Weary Willie Townes gazes at the field
Hurricane players ready for battle at the 1965 Bluebonnet.
Tulsas WV1l'1f1l1'lU' xarsity basketball team proudly returned from Honolulu, Hawaii with the Rainbow Classic Trophy
Publicity director Kent Pearson with the Rainbow Trophy BASKETBALL SEASON'S RECORD
Kansas State . , .
South Dakota . . .
St. Maryls of Texas . .
Loyola of New Orleans
West Texas State . .
Loyola of Chicago . .
Utah State ....
St. Maryas of California
Texas Western . . .
Cincinnati . . . . .
North Texas State . .
Wichita State . .
North Texas State . .
St. Louis ....
St. Louis .
Bradley . .
Drake . . .
Wichita State . .
Hurricane Captures i'Rainb0w" and Troph
O'I-Iallorhan interviews Coach Swank after early successes.
The University of Tulsa Golden Hurri-
cane basketball team gained national pres-
tige by Winning the "Rainbow Classicn in
Hawaii. In doing so, the Hurricane had to
defeat arch-Valley foe St. Louis. The young
Tulsans surprised everyone when they
walked off the court after their last victory,
with the trophy. All in all, one could say
that the Hurricane had a Wonderful time
not only on the Hawaii beaches but also on
the basketball courts as Well. When the
TU basketballers arrived at Tulsa Interna-
tional Airport, they were met by a large
and enthusiastic crowd of supporters.
FRONT ROW: Rinne Martin, Dick Potasky, Doug Rob-
inson, Tom Bender, Charles Paulk, Julian Hammond.
BACK ROW: Gene Demaree, Eldridge Webb, Sherman
Dillard, Mike Eppler, Hermen Callands, Mike Marrs, Willie
Williams, Ioe Swank, Coach.
T Has Best Basketball tart In Years
Hurricane's Sherman Dillard
attempts to add two points
in TU's battle with Wichita.
Martin and Robinson make
sure that TU gets the ball
as Hurricane victory nears.
Tulsa's young Hurricane faced a supreme
test in its season-opener against Colorado.
The sophomore guards held the key to Tul-
sa's success they had to provide court sav-
vy. The Hurricane, ice-cold in their losing
performance against Colorado, proved to be
red-hot in their winning presentation at
Kansas State. The Hurricane returned to
show the hometown folks their ability by
defeating South Dakota. Tulsa went on to
defeat St. Maryis of Texas, Loyola of New
Orleans, and West Texas State to conclude
a winning homestand. Again on the road,
Tulsa faced defeat at the hands of Loyola
of Chicago, but bounced back to win over
Utah State and defeated St. Maryis of Cali-
fornia before leaving the homeland to at-
tend the Rainbow Classic held in Hawaii
during the Christmas holidays. After win-
ning the Rainbow Classic, Tulsa's second
tourney championship, the Hurricane vis-
ited Texas Western where they suffered de-
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Tulsa Takes Earl Lead ln Valle Pla
TU's Sherm Dillard has aspirations of a goal as Iulian
Hammond and Tom Bender look on.
feat before returning home. At home, Tulsa
handed losses to Louisville, Cincinnati, and
North Texas State before ending the home
stand by suffering defeat from Houston. On
the road once more, Tulsa came up short
to Wichita State, was defeated by Drake,
and lost to Houston, but topped North Tex-
as State before returning home. The Hur-
ricane stayed home only long enough to fall
to St. Louis and hand a loss to Bradley. The
Hurricane, on its last road venture, was
dealt defeat at Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
Louis, and to revengeful Bradley. The Hur-
ricaneis season ended at home Where they
defeated Drake University, but failed to
outlast Wichita State in a close one, which
had to go into the second overtime.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Iohn Mclntosh, Fred Stevens, Larry
Cheatham, Bobby Smith, Bruce Davis, Rob Washington, Hayes.
Terry Dunham, Mike Burkett, Ralph Watley, Coach Ken
TU Freshman Teams Have Winning Seaso
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RECORD
Tulsa . . 31 Northeastern Okla. . . 22 211133
Tulsa . . 19 Oklahoma Mil. Acad.. . 30 Tglig
Tulsa . . 28 Eastern Okla. A8rM . . 21 Tulsa
Tulsa . . 44 Oklahoma ...... 36 H22
Tulsa . . 24 Arkansas . . . 35 Tulsa
Freshman footballers show that they have a lot of offensive punch
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL RECORD
Coffeyville Ir. Col. .
Arkansas . . .
Chanute . . .
Oklahoma . . .
Fort Riley ....
Bacone Ir. College .
Iohn Brown . . .
Oklahoma Mil. Acad
Iohn Brown . . .
Coffeyville Ir. Col.
h back picks up a nice
Hurricane Tennis Team Nets Rough Season
Arkansas Univ. .
Oklahoma City .
Wichita . . .
Oklahoma City .
Arkansas . . .
Parsons College .
Oklahoma Baptist .
Southeastern St. .
Wichita . . .
Hurricane Geli Team Has Swinging Season
Arkansas . . .
Kansas State . .
Wichita . . .
Okla. City Univ. .
Northeastern St. .
Okla. City Univ. .
Oklahoma Univ. .
LEFT TO RIGHT: Clifford Stuart, Ben Abney, Mike Beard, john Wyrnore.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Bebout, Rick Charlton, Mike Wilkie, John Street.
Tulsa's Bob Daugherty shows his winning style as other tracksters keep a close eye on the action.
Hurricane Workouts Prove Good For Meets
SEASON ,S RECORD
Wichita State . .
Arkansas . . .
Lamar Tech . .
Texas Tech . .
North Texas State
Texas Christian .
Okla. Christian Col. .
Langston . . .
Okla. City Univ.
Dick Ruane and Bob Daugherty pause between sprints.
Ba eball eason, A Hurricane Again t TU
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First baseman Terry Shonkwiler makes a putout for TU. TUISH
Southeastern State .
Northeastern ASLM .
Oklahoma City Univ.
Northeastern A8rM .
Northeastern A8rM .
Parsons CKansasj .
Parsons CKansasj ,
Cameron . .
Oklahoma City Univ.
Drake . .
St. Louis . .
St. Louis . . .
St. Louis .,..
Southern Illinois .
Southern Illinois .
Wichita State . .
Wichita State . .
Wichita State . .
Shortstop Brent Roberts combined baseball with spring football and was one of TU's top all-around performers
FRONT ROW: Carol Olincy, Karen Krai, Iulie Laudon,
Ianet Higman, Diana Smith, Mrs. Karen King. BACK
ROW: Suzi Simons, Dee Dee Dawson, Sandy Evans, Vir-
WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNClL
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ginia Duke, Melanie Brown, Margie Rhyne, Iudy Reames,
Melinda Gilmore, Janie Roberts.
Girls Promote Comrodoship through ports
Sponsoring tournaments in archery, bad-
minton, basketball, bowling, swimming,
softball, tennis, and volleyball, the Women's
Intramural Council stimulates interest in
sports. It is hoped that the participating
women develop a spirit of comradeship,
friendliness, and cooperation and fair-play
from their experiences.
Representatives to the council are select-
ed from each sorority, the independents,
and from any other group wishing to par-
ticipate. In the spring the council contrib-
utes to the annual Panhellenic Awards
Banquet when it presents the Sportswoman
of the Year award, given to the best all-
around woman athlete who participated in
intramuralsg this award was originated by
Delta Gamma. Two trophies are also giv-
en to the participating group having ac-
cumulated the most points throughout the
year's tournaments and to the group hav-
ing the best member participation for the
Coordinating the Womenis Intramural
Council activities for the year were sponsors
Florence Blackmore and Karen King. Carol
Olincy served as president and Margie
Rhyne as secretary.
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FRONT ROW: Iohn Kemper, Mark York, Glen Law, Steve Majercik, Iames Wendelken, Richard Van Laere, Dave
Miller, John Coleman. BACK ROW: Dan Atha, Tony
MEN'S INTRAIVIURAL COUNClL
Lansdown, Richard Sudduth, Iohn F. Vaughan, Charles Wu,
porting Men Compete for Group Trophies
Competition for trophies among fraterni-
ties and organizations is always great. The
Me-n's Intramural Council provides TU
men with the opportunity to compete for
those group honors with others who are not
in a varsity sport at the University.
According to the councilas sponsor, Dan
Atha, the program attempts to realize the
values of a well-rounded personality and
mind in addition to a trained body.
Officers for 1965-66 were Iohn Vaughn,
Glen Law, Ted Murray, Tony Majercik.
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STAFF: Don Whitesell, commander, jim Tucker, execu-
tive, Bill Loopen, personnelg Tim Whalen, operationsg Ron
Krates, administration, Phil Stonecipher, inspectorg Gary
Schmidt, finance, Ierry Hornish, supply, Iim Van Leeu-
wen ,information SQUADRON COMMANDERS: Iohn
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Thursday drills discipline cadets to military procedures.
Redman, Skip Schmelzer, Leroy Howe. FLIGHT COM-
MANDERS: Bruce Bleadley, Russell Pierce, Bob Marshak,
Buddy Crump, Ted Murray, Duane Fenn, Everett Adams,
Bob Welsh, Steve Winkle.
wells as Crisis Grows
Diversity describes the men in blue at
TU. Flight instruction in light, civilian air-
craft for qualified senior cadets is given by
Cannon Aviation Company. During the
Military Ball at the Elks Club, Miss Kay
Fulcher was elected Honorary Cadet Colo-
nel and Miss Cathy Bamburg was chosen
Honorary Cadet Major. The cadets became
"uniformed Santasn When they gave 21
Christmas party for the Tulsa Boys Home.
The boys were shown films of the A.F.
Thunderbirds and T.U. football films.
Gary Brown, Larry Chance, William Connelly, Mark Albert Roos, Mark Stemple, Elmer Symsack, Iohn Vincent,
Crawford, Lawrence Crow, Douglas Coding, Ronnie Gor- William Vogle, David Williams, Stephen Winkle.
rell, Iohn Hudson, Paul Keller, Iohn Mason, Stephen Page,
AFROTC DRILL TEAM
Extra Initiative Brings Pride to Corps
ROTC Drill Team provides training for officers. Cadet QHQCGI-S Tucker and Winkle re-
cruited capable men for the precision-like
marching of the Drill Team. Intense prac-
tice proved worthwhile when the team re-
ceived an invitation to march in the Mardi
Gras. The future oiiicers made visits to air
bases all around the country. Representing
the detachment in many local parades, the
team brought praise from audiences and re-
viewing ofiicers. These able young men
also aided Lt. Colonel Harold B. Howard
with Veterans Day services in the Chapel.
FRONT ROVV: Scotty Comstock, Nannette Christ, Carol
Lynn Fry, Vicki Scovel, Edward S. Dumit. BACK ROW:
ALPHA EPSlLON R110
T Broadcasters Aim
In order to honor outstanding student
broadcasters and to promote high standards
of professional broadcasting, the Alpha Sig-
ma chapter of Alpha Epsilon Rho was es-
tablished at the University of Tulsa in
l958. Membership in this national honor-
ary radio and television fraternity is based
on scholastic standing and participation in
Encouraging high standards Alpha Epsi-
lon Rho often invites professionals from the
broadcasting industry to speak at its meet--
ings. Among its activities are its annual
record auction and its co-sponsorship with
Theta Alpha Phi of the Speech Depart-
Dino Economos, Lloyd Draheim, Greg Corarito, Beaumont
Bruestle, Bill Cochrane, Richard E. Iohnson.
r Professional Polish
ment's Christmas party and Spring Ban-
Winners of the 1965 awards given by Al-
pha Epsilon Rho to KWGS staff members
were Marilyne Brown, Outstanding Wo-
mang Guy Scott Comstock, Robert Lee
Comstock Award and Best Engineer, and
Dino Economos, Best Announcer on the
Officers are Guy Scott Comstock, presi-
dent, William Cochrane, vice-president,
Nanette Christ, secretary, and Greg Cora-
rito, treasurer. Edward S. Dumit is the
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA
Sociologists Honor enior wi h cholarship
Founded at the University of Tulsa sev-
enteen years ago, Alpha Kappa Delta con-
tinues to play a role as an active honorary
on campus. ln 1949 Dr. Sandor Kovacs,
who serves as sponsor of the group, char-
tered the first TU chapter of the club,
whose interest is the field of sociology.
The Oklahoma Alpha chapter here at
TU works with the national organization
of Alpha Kappa Delta to sustain an inter-
est in sociology, promote research into var-
ious social problems, and carry out activi-
ties Which develop human welfare.
Since AKD is an honorary it has grade
FRONT ROW: Lanie Wade, Charlotte DeG-armo, Iana
Sue Springer, Geraldine Wallace, Sydney Dunnagan, Mary
Frampton, Raye Snyder. BACK ROW: Elizabeth Ikemire,
Barbara Mitchem, lim Russell, Leota Quiett, Alameda
requirements for membership. These in-
clude that the member have junior stand-
ing with at least a 3.0 overall grade average
and twelve semester hours of sociology with
a 3.0 average in those hours.
Each year during their initiation the club
presents its Mr. and lVlrs. Albert Kulp Schol-
arship to a senior active Who has a high
This year's oihcers Were Jana Springer,
presidentg Marsha Watson, vice-presidentg
and Geraldine Wallace, who served as sec-
reary-treasurer of the group.
Smith, Elizabeth Huffman, Bess Iones, Fred W. Woodson,
Elsie E. Rains, Charles C. Marrs, Karl Young, Dr. Sandor
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
'6Lorton Lore" Publ
Alpha Kappa Psi, founded in 1904, serves
as an honorary fraternity for male business
majors and is the oldest and largest profes-
sional business fraternity in the country.
Membership in the organization is by invi-
tation. A student must be enrolled in the
Business School full-time or be a liberal arts
student majoring in economics to qualify.
Also required is a 2.0 over-all grade average.
A year full of activities for the group in-
cluded pledging of prospective members,
furthering individual research by touring
various businesses in the Tulsa area, and
FRONT ROW: Philip Stonecipher, Bill Weitekarnp, Bill
Aby, Art Cavanaugh, Tom Barber, Russell Cox, Conrad
Mangold, Ray Currid, Walter Lewis, Terry Slial. ROW
TWO: Robert Ray Burnett, Paul Peterson, Kent Barnes,
Steve Imaeff, Iohn D. Fisher, Torn Shepard, Richard Gard-
ner, Leonard Klahr, Craig Hursh, Howard N. Smith, Brian
ished b, Business Frat
attending professional meetings.
Also keeping Alpha Kappa Psi members
busy were the groupis two publications,
Lorton Lore and The Diary. At regular
meetings the young businessmen heard
speakers from various oil companies and
manufacturing firms, and at Christmas the
AKP men sponsored a charity drive.
Faculty sponsor for the group was pro-
fessor George Underwood. Ofiicers were
Russell Cox, Tom Barber, Rick Richardson,
and Phil San Anglo.
L. McNarnire, Ken Davidson. BACK ROW: Clyde Ed-
wards, Art Mires, Rick Richardson, Derald Cornwell, Kent
Anderson, Richard Young, Robert Gray, Steve Homberg,
Gary Lookabaugh, Chuck Overall, Ron Bush, Iohn Linder,
Manning L. Crump.
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" tray Greeks" Unite in oeial 0rganization
Comprised of "stray Greeksv who have
transferred to TU from other university
and college campuses, Alpha Omega is a
social organization which is designed to
function as a "fraternity of fraternities."
Formed with the idea of fostering a cooper-
ative and fraternal spirit among Greek
transfer students, this new club had 26
joaiiiers on its official charter membership
Greek groups represented are Alpha
Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi, Sigma Epsilon
Pi, Phi Delta Theta, Beta Theta Pi, Theta
Chi, Gamma Phi Beta, SAE, and others.
FRONT ROW: Patti Gravett, Margie Eckenberg, Linda
Wilkinson, Markita Iones, Kathy McCraw, Pam Gleason.
A similar Greek organization was in ef-
fect at TU in the 1950's under the name
of "Off-Campus Greeksf, With the help
of iess Choteau and his secretary, "Alpha
O" was inaugurated into TU,s Greek sys-
Officers of Alpha Omega are Markita
Iones, president, Tom Daze, vice-president,
Kathy McCravv, secretary, Linda Wilkin-
son, treasurer, Charlie Grimes, social chair-
man, Pam Gleason, Panhell representative,
and Dick Black, IFC representative. Spon-
soring the group for its initial year at the
University are David Hon and Sandi
BACK ROW: Roy Wilson, Charlie Grimes, Dick Black,
Doug Wilson, Bob Marshak, Alvin Baca.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
lpha, Phi tlmega ponsors Spirit Petitions
"Leadership, friendship and service" is the
motto that governs the activities of Alpha
Phi Omega. These principles have led the
national service fraternity to become the
largest Greek letter organization.
Beta Pi chapter, at this university, had
had an outstanding record of service pro-
jects on campus and also in the community.
It has been established as the source of
manpower for the student elections, gener-
al testing programs, and spirit letters to
athletic teams. The fraternity has aided the
Boy Scout movement, and it has helped
FRONT ROW: Pedro Puky, Ierry Passmore, Charlie Rohl-
eder, Charles Needham, Larry Cummings, Bill Van Gie-
son, Ioe Passmore, Iamil Chehil. ROW TWO: Mir Ra-
sheeduddin, Ward Murphy, Roger Summer, Scott Quack-
enbush, William Hunt, Mohammed Khan, Robert Thomas
community Welfare organizations and nat-
ional vvelfare groups such as the Peace
Corps and Vista project.
Ollicers for this year were Charles Need-
ham, presidentg Reed Melton, first vice-
presidentg Ierry Passmore, second vice-
presidentg Charles Rohleder, secretary, and
Pedro Puky, treasurer. Also assisting the
group were these active advisers: Dr, C.
Robert Kelly, University chaplaing Dr. Gor-
don Lovejoyg Iess Choteaug Ivan Roarkg
T. C. Elder, W. S. Farlerg Russell L. Stude-
baker and Ioe Passmore.
Maddy, I. Michael Carruthers, Surinder Wazir, Iohn P.
Glass. BACK ROW: Julian L. Carr, Ken Iohnson, Far-
had Nomani, Gary Hawkins, Brian McNicol, Robert M.
Stewart, Ron Pruitt, James Wendelken, Robert Pries.
FRONT ROW: Mike Shrout, Alice Vasers, Karen Harlin,
Leslie Smith. ROW TWO: Richard A. Tomasi, Michael
Ellis, Antoon Keyser, Robert F, Wally, Phil Fincannon.
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SCCIETY
Field Trips, Speakers
Open to all students in chemistry or
chemical engineering, the student affiliation
of the American Chemical Society on the
TU campus strives to acquaint undergrad-
uates vvith the responsibilities and oppor-
tunities that a scientific career can offer to
First founded in l876, the national ACS
is among the largest and oldest scientific
societies in America today. The TU chap-
ter vvas established in 1948.
Working in cooperation with their fac-
ulty sponsor, the student chapter of ACS
presented an interesting program designed
BACK ROW: Chuck Rohleder, Ierry Roger, Reed Melton,
Kelly Dowd, Robert Stewart.
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to encourage the advancement of chemistry
and chemical engineering in all branches of
study. The meetings ranged from formal
get-togethers with speakers to field trips to
various laboratories in the northeastern
Oklahoma area. Among the organizationis
social activities were a Christmas party and
Michael Ellis served as president of ACS
for the l965-66 school year, Kelly Dowd as
vice-president, and Donald Frank as secre-
tary-treasurer. Mrs. Alice Vasers Was the
faculty sponsor for the group.
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T. Sampson, I. C. Klotz. BACK ROW: Arthur G. Horn,
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Ioe C. Camp Ir., Larry Dellegar, Kent M. Cooper, Randy
H. Phillips, Floyd D. Epperson.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE 0F AEIWNAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS
Aerospacemen Land ilutstanding peakers
Working closely with their national or-
ganization, the TU chapter of the Ameri-
can Institute of Aeronautics and Astro-
nautics is the group specializing in the in-
terests of students in aerospace engineer-
ing. It strives to promote the latest infor-
mation in that Held through professional
publications, speakers, films, national and
local meetings,- and field trips.
In the area of field trips this year the
AIAA went to several companies in the
Broken Arrow area, including Funk Avia-
tion, and also made its annual trip to the
Institute's regional conference in Dallas,
Texas, Where members competed for awards
by reading papers on various aspects of
According to Professor I. C. Klotz, who
is the AIAA faculty sponsor, the mem-
bers receive a great deal of professional con-
tacts through their college years in this or-
ganization and, upon graduation, may
transfer to AIAA associate membership.
This year's officers were student chair-
man, Kent Cooper, vice-chairman, Doug
Epperson ffirst semesterj, Ioe Camp Qsec-
ond semesterj 5 Tom Sampson, secretary.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE 0F CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
TU Chemists Find Formulas for Careers
Closer afliliation between students and
faculty within the local chapter is the goal
of the American Institute of Chemical En-
gineers, a professional organization at the
University of Tulsa. Not only does the or-
ganization serve this purpose, but it also
provides a chance for chemical engineering
majors to gain valuable leadership and pro-
fessional skills by the contact it provides
with chemical engineers already launched
on their careers.
A I Ch E is a national organization
whose faculty sponsor at TU is Wallace
FRONT ROW: Daniel K. Morgan, Max Branson, Iames
Ross, E. Don Allan, Reed T. Melton, Norman C. Pereira,
Siad H. Ghachem, Bob Wright. BACK ROW: Peter
Philoon, Ir. With the help of Dr. Philoon,
the Tulsa A I Ch E chapter this year, as
in years past, heard guest lecturers from the
business world speak on their main inter-
est. They augmented this speaker program
with field trips when possible, with all their
activities directed to informing the mem-
bers of the opportunities and aspects of
In l965-66 the officers of the organiza-
tion were Steve Sommers, presidentg Pat
Sung, vice-presidentg Iim Ross, secretaryg
and Frank Antezana, treasurer.
Kwong, Iamshid Noghrey, Steve Somers, Tak Ki Sung,
Abplasa Abdullah, Robert Stewart, Frank Antezana, Chuck
Ro le er.
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOClATl0N
ational President oi A A Visits Campus
The organization potential oi AMA, its officers.
FRONT ROW: Dr. Saltzman, lean Ann Holmes, Gustavo
Larrea. ROW TWO: Mir Rasheeduddin, Pete Manolakis,
Garry Anderson, M. R. Warnken. BACK ROW. Ray
Promoting the advancement of science in
marketing, T U's chapter provides a link
between the aspiring students and experi-
enced men ofthe National Association. Dr.
Schuyler F. Otteson, president of the AMA,
visited in October and spoke to a combined
group of marketing students in Lorton Hall
AMA supplments class studies with inter-
views, discussions, and guest speakers.
Guiding the group were Conrad Mangold,
president, Dave Current, vice-president,
Kent Barnes, secretary, lean Ann Holmes,
treasurer. Dr. Dale D. Futhey was faculty
Currid, Conrad Mangold, Kent Barnes, Ken Davidson, Da-
FRONT ROW: David Escojido, Paul Miller, Alan Simon
Chasem Pajoumand. BACK ROW: David Admire, Fred-
With a primary objective of promoting
the field of mechanical engineering on the
campus, the AIIVIE has more than accomp-
lished its objectives. Throughout the year
tours, meetings, lectures, and discussions
contributed to a most successful year for
die Joe Hensley, Io Bob Hille, Dr. Roger I. Schoeppei,
these industrious engineers.
Oiiicers for this year have been I ack Ing-
ram serving as president, Io Bob Hill as
vice-president, David Lansdown acted as
secretary, and David Admire as treasurer
for the organization.
AMERICAN SCCIETY 0F MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
Engineers Learn Nleehenies ei their Eield
". . . the advancement and dissemination
of knowledge of the theory and practice of
mechanical engineering with the presenta-
tion of a proper prospective of engineering
Work and the opportunity to become ac-
quainted with personnel and activities of
the Societyu are the goals of the ASME,
FRONT ROW: Ray Fenner, Phillip Weigant, Karen Har-
lin, Riad A. Farah, C, K. Barton. BACK ROW: David
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Whose members must be mechanical engi-
neers who have escaped the draft.
They were led by Edward "Shear" lack-
son, presidentg Doug "Stress" Wilson, vice-
pres.g Kay "Crash" Frair, sec-treas. The
club's brave sponsor was C. K. "Wrench,'
Timmons, Ierry Hauth, Rinne Martin, Doug Wilson, Iohn
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FRONT ROW: Cathy Bamburg, Barbi Knight, Carolyn
Mullenax, Nelly Gomez, Nancy Heflin, Gerry Hyatt. ROW
TWO: Capt. Robinson, Bonnie Larirnore, Sally Smith,
ngels Present Flag
Angel Flight's purpose is to further the
ideals of the Air Force, AFROTC, and Arn-
old Air Society, its sponsor. The Angels
function as a drill team, but also Work as a
service organization. This year at each
football game they presented the Flags of the
countries represented at TU. They also
marched in various parades.
This year's officers were Michelle Beale,
Commander, Margaret Stanfield, Executive
Officer, and Cherie Io Perrault, Comptroll-
er. Captain W. L. Robinson was the
Lynne Schaberg, Karen Kribbs, Kaye Fulcher, Don White-
sell. BACK ROW: Michelle Beale, Cherie Io Perrault
Ianet Skelton, Diane Blaisdell, Judy Stokes, Iulie Patman
how for Football Fans
Angel Flight girls present a skit at the Ball.
ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY
Pledges oi Air Force
Arnold Air Society was formed at TU on
March 7, 1953. Its purpose is to create a
close and efficient relationship among
Pledging is one of the highlights of the
year for the lack Donaldson Squadron.
During a tvvo-week period the pledges, or
Hheinesf' carry the blue and gold sword
and undergo early-morning drills.
Capt. F. I. Long served as adviser, with
lim Tucker, Commander, Don Whitesell,
Executive Officer, Ron Krater, Operations
Olhcerg and Gary Schmidt, Comptroller.
FRONT ROW: Capt. Long. Tim Whalen, Steve Winkle,
Iim Tucker, Foster Adams, Ron Krater, Gary Schmidt, Don
Whitesell. ROW TWO: Danny Cupp, Sam Nimmo, Bob
Marshak, Gary Freerkson, Iohn Cray, Mike Connelly, Ted
Honorar Toe the Line
Arnold Air promotes military professionalism
Murry, Bill Noel. BACK ROW: Bob Rush, Bruce Bleak-
ley, Richand Young, Iimmy Criner, Ieff Addison, Bill Chur-
chill, Ron Huntley.
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To the artist, inspiring sources are inhnite.
FRONT ROW: Pat Moats, Carolyn Mullenax, Candy
Neerman, Barbie Hojel, Iudy Frank, Ieanne Thomas, Hel-
en Murry, Nora Archer, Letecia Gallagher, Harriet Koons,
O. Hogue. ROW TWO: Cleta Emenhiser, Diana Dut-
ton, Susan Bales, Kay Bodley, Joyce Massad, Bronco Na-
gurski, Ardith McCorkle, Iackie Webber, Patti Blue, lean
,A ard cholar hip
Encouraging artistic activities among art
students, the Art Students League annually
sponsors a raffle to provide funds for an art
scholarship. Among its other activities are
its sketch trip to the Osage Hills and the
Bozar Costume Ball.
Serving the Art Students League as offi-
cers vvere Ioe Sizemore, president, Susan
Heard, vice-president, Sandi Curtis and Iul-
ie Patman, secretary, Carolyn Mulenax,
treasurer, and Betty Hargett, social chair-
man. Dr. Layman lones is the faculty spon-
sor for the group.
McGhee. ROW THREE: Courtland Wolaver, Millard R.
Dunbeaux Esq., Chuck Whisenhunt, Gary Roulston, Gor-
don Lee, Bruce Allen, Ray Wahl, lim Sweeney. BACK
ROW: Layman Iones, Bradley E. Place, Chuck Annen,
Reuben Marcum, Everett F. Adams, Avrum Ashery, Wayne
Bass, Park Lang.
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FRONT ROW: Cleta Emenhisar, Penny Eccleston, Betty
Iames, Sunny Paul, Iean Schaberg, Rosemary Cowan, Nan-
cy Richards, Vicki Henrichs, Judy Whitehead, Markita
Iones, Drenda Stout, Iudy Logsdon. ROW TWO: Io
Elaine Rogers, Linda Chamberlain, Mary Sheldon, Ruth
Nicolaysen, Suzy Sample, Ian Levy, Ann Willyard, Toni
ASSOCIATION 0F WOMEN STUDENTS
Brogdon, Iulie Cleveland, Sue Ammon, Linda Kelly, Tina
Wrigley, Pat Brasier, Cindy Chronister. BACK ROW:
Dean Florence Stevenson, Dr. Barbara Shirley, Kathleen
Sullivan, Mary Keeler, Ianie Iohnson, Barbara Harris,
Doris Hampton, Anne I-Iulsey, Sallie Schofield, Martha
Rohrbaugh, Sarah Alvoid, Betts Stevenson, Ianet Zoph.
Coeds Find "Little Sisters" Among Freshmen
AWS selected Pat Cremin as their "Man of the Yearf'
To further the spirit of friendship and
cooperation on campus among TU,s Women
is the purpose of the Association of Women
Students. Formed last spring under Dean
Florence Stevenson's guidance, AWS,
which is open to all University coeds, boasts
a membership roster of 103 this year.
A fashion show and mixer feting AWS
"Little Sistersi' successfully started the year.
Other highlights included a Christmas
party, charity drive, and guest speakers.
Along with Dean Stevenson, Dr. Barbara
Shirley, Mrs. Helen Deegan sponsored AWS.
FRONT ROW: Iudith Blair, Kennie Baker, Iulie Cleve- BACK ROW: Iohn Stevenson, Mike Caruthers, Dave
land, Margaret Welton, Julie Laudon, Nancy Hubbard. Haug, Tom Holt, Bill Young, C, Robert Kelly.
CUUNCIL 0N RELIGl0US LIFE
Council Welcomes Presbyterian
Attempting to draw each organization Memlms retreated i0
and individual at TU into the religious ac-
tivities on campus occupied the Council on
Religious Life all year.
Its Work began in the fall with the ar-
rival of the Presbyterian Moderator for a
visit to the University and continued with
Holy Week activities and Weekly chapel l
services planned by the group.
The 1965-66 Council was led by presi-
dent, Iohn Stevensong vice-president, Bill
Young, and secretary, Kennie Io Baker.
Chaplain C. Robert Kelley was sponsor.
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DELTA SIGMA PI
Yeung Businessmen Find Field Intriguing
Sponsoring an organization based on the
principles of creating an intimate relation-
ship between academics and the modern
activities of the business world, Delta Sig-
ma Pi strives to maintain an active and
growing business fraternity. With tours of
American Airlines main base and the Cord
automobile plant, the group has experien-
ced a wide range of activity throughout the
school year. Bi-monthly meetings bring
the members of Delta Sigma Pi in contact
with such aspects as speakers from the lo-
FRONT ROW: Mike Beard, Lewis Perrault Ir., Iohn W.
Davis Ir. ROW TWO: Eddie Scott, Willis Allen, Mike
cal stock exchange, lectures and films on
transportation, and a general outlook on
the modern growth and development of
business. An eight-week pledgeship is re-
quired of all new members to show the spir-
it of brotherhood, and membership is open
by invitation only.
President is Bob Stevenson, vice-presi-
dent is Tom Bruskotterg secretary, Steve
Kelley, and treasurer, E. I. Coday. Alumni
supervisor is Melton Smith.
Sexton, Iohn Gibbons. BACK ROW: Tom Bruskotter, Bob
Stevenson, E. I. Coday.
Greatly Engineers Celebrate t. Pat Week
Upon surviving the rage of the adminis-
tration during the spring, the Engineers
Club deployed its 85 militant members at
random through the Engineering school, so
that it should amplify its membership
above the one centa-member mark by the
operations end of the l965-66 cycle.
Many tactics lectures, reconnaissance
trips, and well-programmed picnics were
held by Engineers, but their greatest labor
was put into the 1965 Engineeris Week.
Saint Pat's Day was labeled "Groady Day,"
and all the loyal engineers turned up even
groadier than usual for it. The next night
FRONT ROW: Antoon Keyser, Reed Melton, Chistopher
Stephen, Iucly Reynolds, Leslie Smith, Kathleen Murphy,
Carol Hausen, Toni Bond, Ioanne Krieger, Mike Brown.
ROW TWO: john P. Glass, Charles Wu, Michael Ellis,
Leonard Keyser, David Admire, Steve Somers, Mike Shrout,
Iohn Roginski, Steve Brophy, I. Michael Caruthers. ROW
the annual banquet Was held, at which
Lloyd Elkin was named Favorite Professor
and Chuck McConnell, Outstanding En-
gineer. The stress of the Week Was relieved
by the Engineer's Ball. Lewis Stivers was
acclaimed King Pat and Carol I-Iausen be-
gan her reign as Engineeris Queen. The
club started the 1965-66 school year off
right by Winning the independent award
for Homecoming decorations.
E. C. oiiicers are president, Arthur Horng
vice-president, Charlie Wu, chairman of
social events, Reed Melton, treasurer, Leslie
Smith, and sponsor, G. Smith.
THREE: Wayne A. Dorchak, Ray Fenner, Gary Run-
yan, Ken Foyil, Al Horn, William Young, Randy Phillips,
Ron Myers, Rinne Martin, Arthur G. Horn. BACK ROW:
Chuck Rohleder, Iohn Sizemore, Wylie Neal, Iames Noren,
Ken Johnson, Robert Stewart, Mike Prescott, Don Myers,
Don Roberson, Pat McGovern.
FRONT ROW: Gloria Birch, Drenda Stout, Ianiece
Brown, Alice Condry, lean Ann Holmes, Karen McCand-
less. ROW TWO: Clifford E. Hutton, Conrad Mangold,
lim Craig, Rob Harris, Mike Sexton, Tom Sheppard,
Walter G. Lewis. BACK ROW: Vernon Tippett, Noble
Forbes, Iolm Davis, Tom Fitzgibbons, Torn Riley, Terry
O'Callaghan, Russel Cox, Ken Davidson.
Executives Heed Business Week Activities
The promotion of activities, functions,
friendship and fellowship of all groups in
the College of Business Administration, is
the single purpose of the Executive Club.
The twenty-seven members of the Execu-
tive Club are selected by each of the stu-
dents in the College of Business Adminis-
Each year the club participates in a pro-
ject both at Homecoming and Christmas.
Business Week which is held in the spring
is both planned and directed by Executive
Club. At the conclusion of each Business
Week, a queen is elected. Margaret Gow-
ans was chosen this years' Business Queen.
The Business Week program also included
an all-school assembly complete with fac-
ulty and student skits, and featured a soft-
ball game with the faculty against the stu-
Executive Club held business meetings
regularly which were presided over by the
Business School officers. They were Ken
Davidson, presidentg Robert W. Cox, vice-
presidentg Margaret Govvans, secretary, and
lean Ann Holmes, treasurer. Sponsors of
Executive Club last year were Dr. Clifford
Hutton and Mrs. Xymena Kulsrud.
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FRONT ROW: Betty Blust, Ianet Skelton, Patty Travil- Miller. BACK ROW: Iean Ann Holmes, Nancy Heflin,
lion, Margie White, Iudy Stokes. ROW TWO: Markita Sharon Archibald, Barbara Harris, Nancy Ketchum, Katie
Iones, Kim, McWhorter, Iudi Lofton, Nancy Harris, Susan
FASlll0N ADVlSORY BOAllll
Dains, Mrs. McKee.
Fashionable Coeds Inform Campus of Fads
Cultivating a keen interest in fashion
ideas and trends among TU students was
the Fashion Board. The group's main pur-
pose was to cause students to become more
aware of appearance, clothing, grooming,
and thus increase individual self confidence,
While creating a better impression of TU
students on campus. Stress was also plac-
ed on choosing appropriate dress for every
Members included a representative from
each sorority and independent group, but
invited any interested persons to attend
meetings. The varied programs presented
this year included speakers on fabric, on
fashion merchandising, men's clothing, and
modeling. Two fashion shows, sponsored
by local stores, were presented by members
to create more campus concern for fashion.
The group initiated a Fashion Newsletter
this year to keep the campus informed on
the fashion scene. Also, a Collegian Col-
umn concerning recent clothing fads was
Leading the girls in 1965-66 was Patty
Travillion as president, Iudy Stokes as vice-
president, Marge White as treasurer, Ianet
Skelton as secretary, and Betty Blust as
publicity chairman, Mrs. McKee, sponsor.
GERMAN CLUB l
Book Knowledge P
"Die Neugierigenf' The University of
Tulsa German Club, spent its third year of
activity and enlightenment during 1965-66.
The club was founded to provide supple-
ment to classes in German language and
culture. Members have majors in either
education, engineering, music, or liberal arts.
The young organization sponsors films on
the subjects of art, culture, and industry.
Having an active membership, the club's
only prerequisite for joining is an interest
in some phase of German.
The group is not especially academically
oriented, instead, it emphasizes practical
application of what is learned in class.
FRONT ROW: Clare Ahrens, Mary Mike Landrum, Leslie
Smith, Carol Parsons, Margaret Christie, Vicki Henrichs.
to Practical Uses
Holding two meetings a month, the young
German enthusiasts also stepped into the
social spotlight. They held an unusual
Christmas party in the Student Activities
Building. Picnics dotted the calendar
throughout the year. Good German beer
was sampled often, would you believe that?
The year was concluded with a banquet at
one of Tulsa's fine German restaurants.
Coordinating activities were Reed Mel-
ton, president, Charles Needham, vice-
president, Patty Hogan, secretary, Leslie
Smith, treasurerg and Dr. john Zabrovvslci,
BACK ROW: Dr. Iohn Zabrowski, Reed Melton, Sandy
Wylie, Tom Holt, lim Baker, Charles Needham.
HOME ECONOMlCS CLUB
Home Ee Majors Pete 1966 eniors at Tea
A career with a double future. This is
what home economics has become in to-
day's world. The Home Economics Club
of the University of Tulsa is providing to
interested students a glimpse into this ca-
reer and its opportunities. Many groups
such as this one are affiliated with the
American Home Economics Association
and are found across the United States.
In order to qualify for membership the
student must have selected home economics
as her major field. This includes fashion
merchandising, home economics in educa-
FRONT ROW: Ian Vallem, Nancy Heflin, Linda Doug-
lass, Toni Ogden, Patty Travillion, lean Ann Holmes,
Kim McWhorter, Terry Barnes, Vicki Bassi. BACK ROW:
tion, or general home economics.
Meeting once a month, the thirty mem-
bers carried on business and learned more
of the varied opportunities of home econo-
mics from guest speakers. Special projects
included helping a needy family at Christ-
mas and giving a Senior Tea in the spring
for girls in the graduating class.
Officers ludy Yates, president, Terry
Barnes, vice-presidentg Iulie Cleveland, sec-
retary-treasurer, guided by the faculty
sponsor, Mrs. Mildred McKee, sparked the
club on through a successful year.
Iudy Yates, Connie Plummer, Annell Wattenbarger, Mary
Alice Ford, Iudy Reiners, Carole Iohnston, Iulie Cleveland,
Alice Vincent, Carolyn Kelley, Mrs. McKee.
FRONT ROW: El-Ageli Muktar Ali, Ieries Isa Bishara,
Huseyin Ozcan, Pakinee Buranadilor, Ninozlca Gomez, Mi-
chelle Beale, Edith Sidwell, Rajden Babayan, Dr. Sandor
B. Kovacs. ROW TWO: A. M. Creul, Belgoan Mezni,
Vedat Arslan, Charles Chi-Chad Wu, Mohamed A. el
Alem, Alvora B. Barrios, Abdul Suleirnan, Tak Ki Sung,
Mehdi Sadr. BACK ROW: Seddik A. Siala, Godfried T.
Toussaint, Abdullah A. Abbas, Alfredo R. Riero, Iose
Antonio Rodriguez, Oralndo Perez, Abid Al-Ianabi, Luis
Gmo Rivero, George Solomon II, Norman Pereira.
INTERNATl0NAL STUDENTS 0RGANlZATl0N
"Miniature UN" Holds International Exhibit
Composed of University of Tulsa stu-
dents from over fifteen different nations, the
ISO is an organization devoted to the pro-
motion of better relations between the in-
ternational and American students on the
TU campus. With membership open to all
students of the school, its main activities
are designed to help bring together students
from divergent backgrounds, cultures, and
lands, and to help acquaint them with each
Throughout the year members of the ISO
are also available to help any foreign stu-
dent With his particular problem. With
these goals in mind, the ISO serves as a
Each semester the members hold one ma-
jor function, ranging from a talent show
to an arts and crafts exhibition. The organi-
zation also holds several dances throughout
Ollicers in the 1965-66 group represented
four different countries. Mohamed El-Alem
was president, representing Libya, Michelle
Beale, vice-president, U.S.A.g Nancy Io
Garten, sec., U.S.A.g Norman Pereira,
treasurer, from India, and Nelly Gomez,
social chairman, representing Venezuela.
Faculty sponsor was Sandor Kovacs, orig-
inally from Europe.
FRONT ROW: Mrs. A. R. Tarpley, Mrs. Mary Ioe bel G. Miller, Constance Brooks, Clay B. Herring, lim-
Keatley, Mrs. Mary Owen, Mrs, Clare Caldwell, Mrs. Es-
ter Atkins, Mrs. Hortense Bateholts, Mrs. Virginia Andrew,
Mrs. Leta Nunn, Mrs. Rosalind Yee. BACK ROW: Ma-
KAPPA DELTA Pl
my Reddick, Marlow Markert, I. M. Darland, A. R. Tar-
pley, Marjorie Barnes, Marcina Savage.
KDP inspires High tandards in Educators
Education majors consider membership
in Kappa Delta Pi, a national honorary so-
ciety of education, a supreme goal. Eligi-
bles for membership must rank in the up-
per one-lifth of their class scholastically,
have completed twelve semester hours in
professional education, be approved by the
Dean of Education, and must pass the vote
of the active members.
This society functions "to encourage
high professional, intellectual, and personal
standards, and to recognize outstanding
contributors to the field of education? The
eighty-two present members profit from
professional programs, including pertinent
discussions, films, and speakers on the
changing techniques, new ideas, and relat-
ing topics in education today. This inspir-
ing organization was established nationally
in l9ll. The TU chapter, Gamma Kappa,
has been honoring and producing excellent
teachers and professors from Oklahoma
Present officers are president, Marcina
Savage, president-elect, Dr. Iames Ellisg
second vice-president, Mahana Hartfelderg
secretary, Iack Boroughsg treasurer, Karen
Spradlingg historian, Shirley Hastings, and
Dr. Marlow Marlcert, faculty sponsor.
TAU BETA SIGMA AND KAPPA KAPPA PSI
TU Musicians Band Together in Honoraries
Tau Beta Sigma and Kappa Kappa Psi,
national honorary band sorority and fra-
ternity at the University of Tulsa are
among the school's music-minded groups.
Alpha Beta chapter of Tau Beta Sigma
has ten active members. These women must
have a 2.0 grade average and are selected
by the band director, Dwight Dailey, the
sponsor, Mrs. Dailey, and TBS members.
The University of Tulsa Tau Beta Sig-
ma club is a service organization and has
received several awards from the national
organization. Its publication is The
FRONT ROW: Vicci Sharp, Linda Collins, Linda Rich-
ards, Mary Cobb, Carolyn Miller, Belva B1-umelle, Susan
Gubas. ROW TWO: Wayne Ferguson, Gary Benton,
Earle Horton, Larry Walker, Prank Hernandez, Gary
Quiggle, Ron Grattopp. ROW THREE: Tony Alloway,
Oflicers this year were Vicci Sharp, presi-
dent, Belva Brumell, vice-president, Linda
Richards, secretary, and treasurer, Linda
Alpha Phi chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi
serves to improve inter-band relationship,
bolster TU Hurricane spirit, and help to
facilitate the expenses of the band. This
year its main project was to sponsor the
fall band queen selection.
Officers for 1965-66 were president, Den-
nis Gilstrapg vice-president, Robert B.
Dainsg secretary, Iames Farleyg treasurer,
Iohn Kinkerg pledge trainer, Tom Briggs.
Ralph Peters, Mike Bodine, Richard Young, Richard Eby,
Floyd Kendall, H. Lundy, Iohn Westgate. BACK ROW:
Garry Sloan, Iohn Kinker, Tom Briggs, Dennis Gilstrap,
Bruce Dains, Jim Farley, Terry Iankowski.
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Mat ematicians Figure
Mathematicians find figures can be fun.
BACK ROW: Kenneth Iohnson, lack Lafierty, Warren
Garrison, Ralph Veatch, Dave Lansdown, Ierry Roger,
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Oklahoma Beta chapter of the national
mathematics honorary fraternity, Kappa
Mu Epsilon, boasts a membership of thirty-
one this year. Kappa Mu Epsilon works
with the campus Math Club to promote an
interest in mathematics through education
Officers for this school year included lack
Lafferty as presidentg David Lansdown as
vice-presidentg Leslie Smith as secretaryg
Patricia Curby as treasurerg and Professor
Ralph Veatch as corresponding secretary.
Serving as sponsor for Kappa Mu Epsilon
was Professor Warren B. Garrison.
Charles Wu, Michael Ellis, FRONT ROW: Carolyn Ax-
ton, Linda Begin, Pattie Curhy, Leslie Smith, Karen Harlin.
FRONT ROW: Catherine Borland, Pam Williams, Sherry
Faust, Ianet Settles, Carol Webber, Sandra Blocker, Lynne
Schaberg, Malinda Myers, Iudy Robertson. ROW TWO:
Donna Fredrickson, Patricia Dean, Katie Dains, Ianiece
Brown, Annell Wattenbarger, Marsha Edmonds, Ioyce Mc-
Donald, Iean Dickerson, Kathy Brown, Shirley Williams,
Beverly Kleinman, Iulie Munson. ROW THREE: Gloria
Goodson, Vandelia Cartwright, Marsha Elkins, Nelly Go-
mez, Ian Inhofe, Suzanne Denton, Cathy Bamburg, Claudia
Hansen, Karen Dodd. BACK ROW: Linda Kelley, Anne
Devine, Ian Alexander, Ianice Iames, Iudith Blair, Kay
McKellips, Melissa Grant, Ionne Krieger, Pam Martin,
Carol King, Iune Webster, Patty Roessler, Iulie Reed, Phyl-
lis Walker, Susan Heard.
ophomores Sponsor Annual 6' mart Part "
Carrying the light of learning into their
sophomore year at the University of Tulsa
with outstanding scholarship records be-
hind them for their freshman year were fif-
ty-five TU Women installed into Lantern,
the sophomore honorary, for 1965-66.
This Mortar Board-sponsored group was
begun to encourage second-year women at
the University to continue in the academic
achievement which they began as fresh-
men. Its requirements call for a 3.0 overall
average for at least thirty hours of work.
Its activities, which started in October
with the banquet-initiation of this year's
members, included the annual Smarty Par-
ty, at which Lantern honors freshman
women who will be prospective members
for the group at the end of the semester.
Lantern officers are chosen on the basis
of highest grade point averages for the pre-
vious year. For 1965-66 they were Marsha
Elkins, president, Iudy Robertson, vice-
president, Lynn Schaberg, secretary, and
Malinda Myers, social chairman.
Susan Heard was the Mortar Board mem-
ber in charge of the honorary.
FRONT ROW: Carolyn Axton, Pam Phillips, Sharon
Ward, Nancy Byth, Susan Sears, Leslie Smith, Iudy Rey-
nolds. ROW TWO: Paula Mills, R. R. Kinkade, Ralph
Veatch, W. B, Garrison, Tom Holt, Craig Bicking, David
Lester. BACK ROW: Ron Miller, Gary Hawkins, Ierry
Roger, David Hall, I. Michael Caruthers, Charles Wu,
Wayne H. Jackson, Mike Prescott, Arthur Howe, Dave
ath Majors Calculate Annual pring Picnic
One of the youngest groups at the Uni-
versity of Tulsa is the Math Club, which
was formed on campus in 1961.
The Math Club, as its name indicates,
serves mathematics majors in promoting an
interest in and an understanding of that
field through education service.
According to Robert R. Kinkade, who is
faculty sponsor of the organization, in years
past it has provided a tutoring service for
students having trouble with math courses
at the University.
This year's activities centered around
regular meetings at which faculty members
and guests spoke to the group. One of the
main events was a sale of mathematics
books found in the department. All of the
math majors at TU appreciate this club
and the opportunities it offers-especially
at the end of the year when the group has
its annual picnic for the faculty and stu-
Serving the organization for 1965-66 in
the capacity of president was Ierry Rogers.
Carolyn Axton was the group's vice-presi-
dent, and Paula Mills Worked as the clubis
enior Women Direct
Best known and highest honorary for
college women in the country, Mortar
Board is a national organization which has
been represented on the TU campus since
1950. Its purpose is to recognize senior
women who have proved themselves out-
standing in scholarship, leadership, and
Always one of the busiest groups at the
University, Mortar Board served in its us-
ual capacities this year, sponsoring a fall
tea for freshman women, Scroll honors tea
for junior women, and the Lantern Ban-
quet given in honor of sophomore women
FRONT ROW: Susan Heard, Sally Smith, Carol Spivey,
Lynette Yeretsky. BACK ROW: Patti Curby, Michelle
Annual pring Tapping
for their high scholarship.
A new project of the group this year, and
one that proved very successful for the
members, was the sale of chrysanthemums
for mothers and students at TU during the
first Parents, Weekend held on campus.
In April Mortar Board members tapped
junior women to serve next fall.
Officers for 1965-66 were president, Lyn-
ette Yeretskyg vice-president, Sally Smith,
secretary, Cherie jo Perraultg and treasur-
er, Patti Curby. Mrs. Xyrnena Kulsrud
served as sponsor.
Beale, Cherie Perrault, Tammy Brown, Carolyn Axton,
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MU EPSII.0N DELTA
embers ei Pre- ED
Beginning another interesting and re-
warding year in the University of Tulsa's
pre-medical fraternity, Mu Epsilon Delta,
were twenty-nine paid members and the
many interested students regularly visiting
the meetings. Meetings are every three
weeks, and the programs are presented by
speakers from different professions related
to the medical field. The subjects discussed
are ones of general interest to the members.
The purpose of Mu Epsilon Delta is to
more fully inform pre-medical, pre-veteri-
narian, pre-chiropractic, and also pre-osteo-
pathic students of the nature of their chosen
FRONT ROW: Loren Buck, Stephen Rodgers, David Bo-
az, Sallie Schofield, Suzanne Perkins, Rosa Lee Seslar, Iohn
Hartman, lim Barnes. BACK ROW: Bruce McAllister, Doug
profession and to relate to them the differ-
ent opportunities available in these fields
today. The fraternity is by nature honor-
ary and is open for membership to any stu-
dent enrolled in any of the pre-medical sci-
ences vvho has the appropriate grade aver-
age and has successfully completed thirty
hours Work at this university.
At this time officers are Loren Buck, pres-
identg David Boaz, vice-president, and Ste-
phen Rodgers, secretary-treasurer. Dr. C. A.
Levengood and Dr. H. L. Lindsay are this
yearis able sponsors.
Smith, C. A. Levengood, Lonnie D. Russell, Worth Clink-
scales, Gary Craig Stephens, Don Hoflich, Steve Miller,
Hague L. Linlsay, Iames Henry.
FRONT ROW: H. N. Carter, Michael C. Ellis, C. Rob-
0MICRON DELTA KAPPA
Chosen by a special faculty-student pan-
el, the members of Ornicron Delta Kappa,
national menis honorary leadership fratern-
ity, represent the highest standards of aca-
demic achievement and leadership among
both the faculty and the student body. The
purpose of this exclusive organization,
which includes thirteen students and seven
faculty members, is to promote academic
achievement and service at the University
of Tulsa. It was first installed on the TU
campus on April 29, 1961.
In addition to its regular biannual meet-
BACK ROW: Bill Pennington, Wiley Cox, Clint Mer-
rick, Steve Holrnberg.
Taps Top T Men
ings, ODK holds a special breakfast meet-
ing at least once a year. The fraternityis
main activities include ushering at com-
mencement and helping with orientation
and the "Hanging of the Greens" at
Christmas time with Mortar Board.
Exemplary of the high standards of Omi-
cron Delta Kappa are its officers, Bill Pen-
nington, presidentg Clint Merrickg' 'vice-
presidentg Mike Ellis, treasurerg and, Dean
N. N. Carter, faculty secretary. Dr. C. Rob-
ert Kelley serves as both faculty adviser and
sponsor for the honorary.
FRONT ROW: L, R. Saltzman, David E, Weiskoph,
Garry Anderson, Walter G. Lewis, C. Messulam, Harriet
Mohan, Richard Klarr, Ierry Rife, Bill Van Gieson, Mir
Rasheeduddin, Gustavo Larrea. ROW TWO: Hal Hel-
ton, Ken Dennison, Robert W. Cox, Hector Tineo, Iohn
Burke, Lanny Richard, Charles Leonard Richardville,
Richard Charles Atchison, Vernon Tippett. BACK ROW:
Ron Williamson, Farhad Nomani, Frank Shields, Ron
lgullsh, Larry Gill, Dean Ierome, Larry Iohnson, Jimmy
PETROLEUM MARKETING ASSOCIATl0N
nique Interest Stimulated b Petro Group
In one year's time since its founding in
February 1965, this active organization,
affiliated with the College of Business Adm.,
has grown to include 30 business majors
interested in the field of petroleum market-
ing. Sponsored for the university by Dr.
Lloyd Saltzman, the group meets regularly
at luncheons for the purpose of stimulat-
ing interest in this field. President Ron
Bush was in charge of a busy program se-
ries for the year, outstanding speakers in-
cluded Mr. Iames Kemm, author of LET'S
TALK PETROLEUM, Mr. Bob Phillips,
Pemco Oil Co., Mr. Ted Coover, former
head of the TU Marketing Department.
The University of Tulsa Petroleum Mar-
keting Club is unique to the campus, being
founded locally to discuss topics of regional
Oiiicers include Frank Shields, vice-presi-
dent, Richard Atchison, treasurer, Harriet
PHI ALPHA THETA
Histor Honorary Names 0utstanding onior
Organized in 1921 at the University of
Arkansas, Phi Alpha Theta has developed
into the largest of all credited honor socie-
ties. The Delta Kappa Chapter, formed at
Tulsa University in 1952, has between thire
ty to fifty due-paying members. Any stu-
dent with forty-five hours, twelve of them
in history, and holding the qualifying grade
point may join Phi Alpha Theta.
Four meetings are held a year. The sec-
ond meeting constitutes an initiation and
tea for the new members and the fourth
meeting is the annual Spring Banquet. The
Bessie Sullins Award is given each year to
FRONT ROW Iaennie Kothe, Iohn Orth, Sid Dunagan,
Eloise Ianssen. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Parker, Charles
Kothe, Mary Ann Hille, lohn Hedley. ROW THREE:
a graduating senior with the highest over-
all grade average for seven semesters of
work. The winner receives a scholarship
key, a certificate, and a 3525.00 Savings
Bond. Scholarship awards are given by the
international society to graduate students
for further studies in history.
The officers heading Phi Alpha Theta
are Ron Iohnston, presidentg Iohn Trickel,
vice-president, Linda Barnett, secretary,
Terry Iones, treasurerg and Mary Ann Bur-
nette, historian. Dr. William Settle, lr. is
the faculty adviser.
Charles Bathos, Robert Rosebush, Carol McCord, Marvin
Lowe. BACK ROW: William A. Settle, Iames Cinocca,
I. E. Cadenhead.
PHI ETA SIGMA
Phi ta Sigma Pledges
Formed for the purpose of encouraging
scholarship among freshman men, Phi Eta
Sigma was founded in 1948 at Tulsa Uni-
versity. The TU chapter is affiliated with
the national organization which began in
1923 at the University of Illinois. Only
men who have acquired a 3.5 grade average
during their freshman year are eligible for
membership in this honorary. Distributing
"I-Iovv to Studyv pamphlets at orientation is
the main activity. New Phi Eta Sigma
pledges can be recognized by mortar boards
and the large Wooden keys which they
FRONT ROW: I. Michael Caruthers, Iohn P. Glass, Sed-
dik A. Siala, A. Haluk Bilgic. ROW TWO: lim Bailey,
Reed Melton, Al Horn, Bill Young, Randy Bruton, Mike
Wear Wooden Keys
Wear around their necks. Each year the na-
tional organization sponsors six scholar-
ships to be given to a senior member who is
planning to enter graduate school. The
Forum of Phi Eta Sigma is published quar-
terly and keeps the members up to date on
activities besides printing scholarly articles
written by members and faculty advisors.
Officers were Tom Holt, presidentg Iim
Bailey, vice-presidentg Iohn Class, secre-
taryg Reed Melton, treasurerg and David
Renneker, historin. Dr. Clifford Hutton
served as the faculty advisor.
Graves. BACK ROW: Clifford E. Hutton, Clint Merrick,
Sandy Wylie, Tom Holt, Ken Foyil, Richard Marple.
FRONT ROW: Vicki Gilstrap, Susan Heard, Vicci Sharp,
Norma Hays, Charles Needham, Candace Wood, Cherie
Io Perrault, Sally Smith. ROW TWO: Albert P. Blair,
Harriett G. Barclay, Robert D. Wright, Barbara Shirley,
Abbas Abdullah, Michelle Beale, Robert Kirk, C. D. Thom-
as. ROW THREE: Ted Whitehouse, Ron Iohnston,
H. R. Iones, Paul Buck, Bill Rutledge, Lynn Hutchinson,
PHI GAMMA KAPPA
Highest Henerar Init
Initiating twenty-seven new members in-
to their group in lanuary, Phi Gamma Kap-
pa worked through another year promoting
high scholastic achievement and recogniz-
ing TU students who attained it.
Phi Gamma Kappa, the University's old-
est and highest honorary, is the equivalent
of the national honorary, Phi Beta Kappa,
which TU is working toward getting on
Phi Gamma Kappa membership, howev-
er is not limited to students in the Liberal
Arts School as is Phi Beta Kappais.
To be eligible for this group, students
Darlene Ninemire, Dan Teagarden. ROW FOUR: Glenn
Sharp, Iames W. Scheer, Reba Seaton, Sandy Wark, Shir-
ley Daney, Carolyn Axton. ROW FIVE: Ralph Veatch,
Iohn Gammie, Wallace Philoon, Mary Frampton, Pattie
Curby. BACK ROW: Iohn A. Osborne, Sandy Wylie,
Georgann Gvasaway, Roger Schoeppel, Marcia Berner.
ietes Twent - even
must attain a minimum of 87 credit hours
with a 3.5 grade point average or 100 hours
with a 3.25 average, 60 hours of which
must be completed as a regular enrolled stu-
dent of this university.
Functioning strictly as an honorary, the
group does not have regular meetings, but
gets together twice a year to honor new
members with an installation and tea.
Phi Gamma Kappa officers this year were
W. A. Rutledge, president, Iohn Gammie,
vice-president, Georgann Gasaway, secre-
tary, Iohn Osborn, treasurer, and Roger
FRONT ROW: Carolyn Mullenax, Marsha Elkins. ROW Michelle Beale. BACK ROW: Sally Smith, Tom Wood,
TWO: Iim Bird, Carol Spivey, Rebecca Rather. ROW Iulie Patman, Paul Iackson, Michele Menkemeyer.
THREE: Pat Cremin, Dino Economos, lim Thornberry,
Pl ALPHA MU
J- tudents Celebrate Cool Yule with P
One of three rousing organizations in
the TU journalism department, Pi Alpha
Mu worked loyally this year with the other
two, PiDE and Sigma Delta Chi, to spread
I-Department fame far and wide.
Its year began with a joint pledging cere-
mony held with Pi Delta Epsilon in Dec-
ember. Shortly afterward the gleesome
threesome among I-organizations banded
together to throw the biggest Christmas
party for the department that it had ever
seen-complete with a tree hung from the
All seriousness aside, Pi Alpha Mu does
serve a constructive purpose. It was found-
ed for public relations and advertising stu-
ents and professionals to encourage those
fields. Each year it presents a scholarship
to a member of the journalism department,
and it also is responsible for the reporting,
editing, and letterpress processes handbooks
used in journalism classes.
Sponsored by Tom Wood, Pi Alpha Mu
had the following officers for l965-66: Skip
laclcson, president, jim Bird, vice-president,
Bob Lair, secretary, and Dino "Money-
bagsi, Economos, treasurer.
Pl DELTA EPSILON
Coeds' Publication Makes Best-Seller List
Outstanding as TU's only journalism
fraternity for Women, Pi Delta Epsilon had
a profitable year with its annual campus
best-seller Csecond only to the Kenclallab-
rumj the SHOUT, TU's student directory.
PiDE also had among its activities for the
year participation in the journalism depart-
ment Christmas party.
Oliicers for i965-66 were president, Mi-
chelle "The Bellev Beale, vice-president,
Candy Wood, secretary, Rebecca Rather,
trasurer, Iulie Patrnan. Serving as faculty
sponsor was Mr. William Hays.
FRONT ROW: Carol Spivey, Norma Hays, Carolyn Mul-
lenax. BACK ROW: Sally Smith, Michelle Beale, Iulie
Patrnan, Rebecca Rather, Peggy Wymore.
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A party, yes Michelle . . . but everyone?
Pl GAMMA MU
Honorary Members ei Pi Gamma Mu Receive Civic Award
A national scholastic honorary fraternity,
Pi Gamma Mu was founded in 1924. Okla-
homa Delta Chapter came to this campus
in 1929. Its purpose is to foster and encour-
age study and research in the social scien-
ces and to commend high scholarship and
attainment in the social sciences. Mem-
bers are selected among juniors, seniors,
graduate students, faculty, administrators,
and alumni who have achieved a 3.00 grade
average or better. Honorary members are
those who receive a Civic Award for a major
contribution to the community. A Scholar-
ship Award is presented every year to a stu-
FRONT ROW: Mrs. George Osborn, Kathy Devlin, Mar-
tha Roberts, john Birbilis, Linda Burnett, Francis Shirk,
Mrs. jean Shultz, Cora McDonald, Mrs. Reba Seaton, Dor-
othy Swartz. ROW TWO: Camellia McKenzie, Mrs.
Louis Desjardins, Mary Clay Williams, Barbara Loftus,
Mrs, Iohn Mannond, Kathleen Zimmerman, Mrs. Paul L.
dent member of the chapter who has at-
tained an outstanding scholastic record and
has contributed to the campus community
through the social sciences. Dr. Sandor B.
Kovacs of the Department of Sociology has
been elected a regional oflicer in the nation-
Dr. Lloyd Saltzman, the group's sponsor,
and approximately 75 active members met
twice a year to initiate new members into
the organization. The oliicers were Frances
Shirlc, presidentg Dale Speer, vice-president,
Camellia McKenzie, secretary, and Hazel
Murphy, Mary lane Gallup, Biddie Ann Powell, Kay Park-
hurst, Diane Cox, Ann Ziemer. BACK ROW: jim Shof-
stall, Iohn Orth, Michael Dale Speer, Dr. Grady Snuggs,
Mike King, john Bethel, Wendell Clark, john Ambrister,
Dr, Sandor B. Kovacs, lean Hulcher.
FRONT ROW: Kennie Baker, Diane Blaisdell, Carolyn
Axton, Ieanne Thomas, Michelle Beale, Cherie Io Per-
rault, Iulie Patman, Iudy Kay Wilson, Mary Buthod, Carol
Olincy, Florence Stevenson, Iudy Stokes. ROW TWO:
Lynette Yeretsky, Julie Reed, Margaret French, Margaret
Gowans, Carolyn Mullenax, Patti Bell, Susan Heard, Sue
Ann Jackson, Sally Smith, Carol Spivey. ROW THREE:
Ioe Sizemore, Tony Barrick, Mohamed Alcm, Charles
Needham, Charles Wu, Terry Dickey, Bart Gould, Bill
Young, Walt Lewis, Darrell Wolff, Tom Briggs. BACK
ROW: H. N. Carter, H. R. Iones, Ron Iohnston, Maurice
Sharp, Ierry Passmore, C. Robert Kelly, Steve Homberg,
Steven L. Saltzman, Ken Davidson, Ioe Timo, Wiley Cox,
Bill Pennington, Ben Henneke, Warren Hipsher, lack Laf-
ferty, less Chouteau.
Henneke Cells Menthl Presidential Meetings
Invited for membership by TU President
Ben I-Iennelce, members of Presidentis Club
include a roster of TU students who are
presidents of various organizations on the
University campus. The club started when
Hennelce became president of TU. The
idea has since spread to other college and
university campuses in the United States.
The President's Club usually convenes
once each month for a formal dinner, which
is followed by a discussion of questions and
answers. Announcements are also made,
and an opportunity for exchange of stu-
dent ideas provides an integral atmosphere
of intellectuality and enlightenment.
Since its formation at TU, the unique
club has never elected an official slate of
oiiicers as it is operated strictly via the com-
bined eiiorts of its members. The total
membership, which is determined by the
number of various TU club presidents and
Dr. Hennekeis own invitation to them, was
oflicially recorded as 40 this year.
This organization of campus leaders al-
lows President I-Ienneke to get to know
University of Tulsa students on a personal
basis, which is reciprocal and effective.
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FRONT ROW: Shirley Daney, Ann Powell, Susan Raza, Iean Hulcher, George Giacobb, David Bernstein, Dale Sei-
Iane Wallace. ROW TWO: Bob Cook, Iesse Turner, loe ler, Bill Hunt.
Schadeberg, R. L. Hobson. BACK ROW: Bill Kopperud,
Psi Chi ponsors Insp
To psychologize, analyze, and theorize in
meetings which prove both educational and
inspirational is the primary purpose of the
University of Tulsa psychological honorary,
Psi Chi. In addition to these primary goals,
the honorary also strives to uphold the ob-
jective of stimulating scholarship and ad-
vancing the sciences of psychology.
Celebrating their 20th anniversary since
founding on the TU campus in l946, Psi
Chi requires for active membership in the
organization that at least 12 hours of psy-
chology credits be earned at Well as a 2.75
over-all grade average and a 3.0 in psy-
Psi Chi meets at least twice a year, hold-
ing a dinner and picnic in conjunction with
special meetings with speakers from various
specialized fields of psychology. This na-
tional affiliated group boasts membership of
all the department of psychology faculty
Oliicers for the 1965-66 school year in-
clude David Bernstein, pres.g Dale Sieler,
vice-pres., Bill Koppeurd, sec. g less Turner,
treas.g Dr. Hobson, sponsor.
Junior Women Wear
lunior Women at the University of Tulsa
who have achieved excellence in scholar-
ship are recognized each year by a special
organization on campus, Scroll. Scroll's
purpose is to honor coeds who have done
Well and to encourage them to continue
in their scholastic endeavors.
Scroll is the junior counterpart of Lan-
tern, which is the sophomore honorary.
Both groups are sponsored by Mortar
Board, the highest Women's honorary at
To be eligible for membership in Scroll a
Woman must have at least a 3.0 grade av-
FRONT ROW: Iudy Kay Wilson, Io Anne Hoffman, Car-
olyn Miller, Margaret Freeman, Iacqueline Pruitt, Iudy
Lindley, Veta Io Treat, Drenda Stout, Nancy Heflin. ROW
TWO: Dyann Dyer, Sue Ann Iackson, Suzanne Perkins, Su-
san Simanton, Carol Knight, Carol Parsons, Linda Begin,
oroll Ribbon Prondl
erage and have 60 hours credit.
Each fall Mortar Board gives a tea in
honor of Scroll's new members. This year
senior Carolyn Axton represented Mortar
Board as the member in charge of such
Scroll activities. Under her direction 34
girls were given the blue ribbon symbol-
izing their admission to the group.
Scroll officers, chosen by grade averages,
for l965-66 are Margaret Freeman, presi-
dent, Iudy Lindley, vice-president, Barbara
Wylie, secretaryg Kathy Skinner, treasurerg
and Karen Harlin, social.
Margie Henzel, Gayle McKee, Gwen Arnn. BACK ROW:
Diane Blaisdell, Leslie Smith, Kathy Skinner, Karen Har-
lin, Carol Keene, Ianet Smith, Ardith McCorkle, Margaret
Wheat, Susan Ammon, Barbara Wylie.
SIGMA ALPHA l0TA
usic Fraternit Presents Annual how
Tyrell Hall was the scene of many a SAI officer caucas.
FRONT ROW: Linda Marlar, Gerry Hyatt, Linda Reed,
Eileen Harbers, Sherrie Belle McKee, Betty Lawson. ROW
TWO: Malinda Myers, Melissa Grant, Karen Kribbs, Marti
Homan, Lynda Cooper, Tamerlane Brown, Kaye Fulcher,
Seven gold Pipes of Pan encircled by a
band of pearls is the badge worn by the
members of Sigma Alpha Iota, a profession-
al music fraternity for women.
SAI yearly sponsors a get-acquainted re-
ception for freshman and transfer students
in the music school. They also present an
American composer musicale, and on the
national level they contribute to the Braille
This year's officers were Linda Reed,
presidentg Gerry Hyatt, secretary, Linda
Marlar, treasurer, Betty Lawson, chaplain.
Carol Wells. BACK ROW: Carol King, Kay McKellips,
Aileen Blackford, Sharon Collins, Bonnie Dunkin, Frankie
McKinnon, Carolyn Miller.
FRONT ROW: Drenda Stout, Patti Bell, Karen McCand-
less, Io Anne Hoffman. ROW TWO: Virginia Lee Estes,
Wanda Bishop, Doris Hampton, Margaret Gowans. BACK
SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA
ROW: Mary Margaret Adams, Anne Cardona, Phyllis Be-
reolos, Vicki Gilstrap.
Businesswomen elect thelilite cholars
The elite TU businesswomen majoring
in ofiice administration are members of
Sigma Alpha Sigma. Proud women in this
national honorary must have accumulated
a required number of hours in office ad-
ministration and earned a minimum 2.5
This outstanding organization seeks to
promote the highest standards of profes-
sionalism in careers open to women in busi-
ness. Meeting only twice a year, the group
does not have the characteristics of a ser-
vice organization. At the bi-annual meet-
ings, new members are recognized and fet-
ed for their deserving achievements. In the
fall, Sigma Alpha Sigma initiated eighteen
new members into the honorary.
The Spring Banquet was held in the Stu-
dent Activities Building. M. H. Hargrove,
Dean of the College of Business Adminis-
tration addressed the dinner with words on
the "Role of Secretaries in Modern Societyf'
Karen McCandless, president, Ioann
Hoffman, vice-presidentg Toni Walner,
treasurerg and Phyllis Bereolis, secretary
were honored as this year's officers. Mrs.
Xymena Kulsrud served as an able sponsor.
FRONT ROW: Ed johnson, Pat Cremin, Dino Economos. Paul jackson. BACK ROW: Don E. Hayden Ir., Don
ROW TWO: Glen Law, Dick Sudduth, jim Thornberry, Shockey, Pete Parker, john Iudd, Tom Wood,
SIGMA DELTA CHI
Journalists Journo to California Convention
Sigma Delta Chi, national professional
journalistic society for men, with campus
chapters, like the one at the University of
Tulsa, become the first step into the World
of professional journalism.
The TU chapter of SDX each year
handles sales of advertising for the KEN-
DALLABRUM, garnering approximately
283,000 Members aid in sponsorship of the
"TU Press Dayf' held each spring on cam-
pus for nearly 750 high school journalists
in the area.
SDXers opened the year with a coffee
and donuts "Get Acquaintedn table provid-
ed in the journalism department the first
three days of school. Other projects includ-
ed on the agendag joint meeting with the
city professional chapter, luncheons feat-
uring professional speakers, and trips to
the SDX national and regional conven-
The regional convention was held in Fort
Worth in April, while the 1965 National
Convention, held in December in Los An-
geles vvas attended by tvvo members and
TU chapter advisor Ed johnson.
1965 chapter officers were Pat Cremin,
presidentg john judd, vice-presidentg and
lim Thornberry, treasurer.
SIGMA UPSILON Pl ETA RHO
igma Upsilon Pi E
Pictured below are members of Sigma
Upsilon Pi Eta Rho-the Super Society.
We are indeed sorry that the entire group
could not be present, but we are told the
majority was conducting a gopher hunt in
But, this club is not all Work and no
Play. In one mere week, it sponsored such
functions as a souvenir march on the book-
store, a spelling bee for the jocks, a cookout
in the ballroom, midget races on the U, and
a scavenger hunt in Lottie lane.
Isaac Newton serves as sponsor.
FRONT ROW: Greta Thurber, Evan Anderson, Esq.
ROW TWO: Handy Man, Irving Steele. ROW THREE:
?, Gothic Slouch, Mary Sunshine. ROW FOUR: Lucas
ta Rho pells SUPER
SUPERS zoom through an ninterestingi' year.
McCain, Thelma Zortch. ROW FIVE: lim Bean, Martha
Future ociologists Prevent chool Dropouts
Serving to perpetuate an interest in so-
ciology and to provide a forum for univer-
sity students interested in that field, the
TU Sociology Club meets regularly to dis-
cuss and hear lectures on problems con-
cerning individuals and groups and their
relationships to each other in society.
As its main activity this year the organi-
zation took on a service project. Working
with the Tulsa public school system, the
future sociologists helped tutor the city's
students who were not doing well, in hopes
that such a program could alleviate the
large number of school dropouts.
FRONT ROW: Mary Frampton, Marilyn Kapner, lane
Smith, Deloris Mathis. ROW TWO: Dr. Nancy Feldman,
Stephanie Darnelle, Diane Cunod, Karen Allen, Mary
Charles Lylestauble. ROW THREE: Lottie DeGarmo,
Besides the tutoring service, the club had
regular meetings to which it invited guest
lecturers. Among the speakers it heard dur-
ing the year were Dr. Gerald Leslie, head
of the O.S.U. sociology department, Vin-
cent Kelley, director of Tulsais Economic
Opportunity Programg and the principal of
Booker T. Washington High School, who
talked on the recent race riots.
The officers of the Sociology Club were
Diane Cuenod, president, and Kathleen
Murphy, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Nancy
Feldman served again this year as advisor.
Lili Grubb, Kathy Murphy, Iana Hendon. BACK ROW:
Robert Hamlin, Iim Ault, Sid Noyers, Larry Hill, Mike
Springer, Dave Kirkman, Dick Means.
FRONT ROW: Ianet Zopfi, Iudy Whitehead, Martha
Rohrbaugh, Susan Walker, lean Schaberg, Sherry Temple-
ton, Io Elaine Rogers, Margo Bakius. ROW TWO: Ianet
Smith, Pam Phillips, Iean Dickerson, Barbara Coombs,
Iudith Blair, Kathryn Hulcher, Ruth Nicholaysen, Iudy
STUDENT EDUCATl0N ASSOClATl0N
Cook, Sue Ammon, Linda Kelley, Markita Jones, Jani Rowe.
BACK ROW: Ierry Roger, Kathy Devlin, Genevieve Mc-
Glynn, Suzy Sample, Pat Brasier, Mary Sheldon, Veta Io
Trplat, Doris Hampton, Barbara Wylie, Dr, Robert E. Par-
tndents Concentrate en Becoming Teachers
Affiliated with the National Education
Association and also the Oklahoma Educa-
tion Association, the TU chapter of this
helpful pre-professional organization for
our future teachers is well-known and ac-
tive on campus. Membership is open to
interested education majors. The group's
main purpose is to "help its members to
better plan and prepare for a professional
career as an educator." All one-hundred
seventeen members receive the NEA four-
nal and Oklahoma Teacher magazines.
Of special note is that this chapter of
SEA received an honor award during the
annual Oklahoma spring meeting. Pro-
grams throughout this year have included
an open forum on the problems of adoles-
cents, joint meeting with local Future
Teachers of America groups, panel discus-
sion composed of elementary-school child-
ren, awards banquet, and trip to Oklahoma
City for the state convention.
Sue Ammon led the group as presidentg
Anne Williams, vice-president, Pat Brasier,
secretary, lean Dickerson, treasurer, Patty
Roessler, historian, Dr. Parrish, sponsor.
FRONT ROW: Linda Sonnenfeld, Iudy Kay Wilson, Sue
Passmore, Iohn Turnquist, Clint Merrick, Tom Riley,
Ann Iackso-n, Iulie Reed, Margaret French, Margaret Stan- Iack Lafferty, Richard Marple, Steve Miller. BACK ROW:
Field, Margaret Gowans. ROW TWO: Bill Young, Sally Maurice Sharp, Ron Iohnston, Reed T. Melton, Ken David-
Smith, Carolyn Mullenax, Jeanne Thomas, Diane Blais- son, H. N. Carter, less Chouteau,
dell, Susan Heard, Charles Wu. ROW THREE: Ierry
ena e- ponsored Concerts Draw Crowds
Whether the topic was a TU Talkie or a
paperback book sale, an interesting argu-
ment Was always a possibility at Student
Senate meetings throughout the year.
These events sparked each Tuesday morn-
ing for senator representatives from the col-
leges of the University.
Along with the hassles, though, the stu-
dent governing body turned out a great
many successes for 1965-66. It's fall Big
Name Attraction, The Mitchell Trio, was
one of the most popular in years and the
spring Big Name Band, The Astronauts,
was equally Well liked by TU students. The
first Book Fair held here, headed by chair-
man of the Academic Affairs Committee,
Bart Gould, was another project well sup-
ported by the University. The Senate was
constantly busy with movies, sock hops,
productions, and guest lecturers which it
Leading the group in its projects for the
year were oflicers Ron Johnston, president,
Sally Smith, vice-presidentg Sue Ann lack-
son, secretary, and Carolyn Mullenax,
treasurer. less Chouteau and Dean Harry
Carter served as advisors.
SWORD AND KEY
cholars Recognize 0utstanding Men at T
"To promote and advance the cause of
scholarship and provide a suitable recog-
nition for those in future years who may
distinguish themselves in scholarly attain-
ment and in traits of characteri' are the
purposes of Sword and Key as stated by its
As one of the top men's honoraries at the
University of Tulsa, Sword and Key has
strict grade requirements for its members.
It is restricted to junior men with an over-
all average of 3.5 and senior men with a
3.25 grade point. Other factors considered
in accepting members into this group are
FRONT ROW: Cavit Aydemir, Reed T. Melton, Bob
Wright, Charles Wu. BACK ROW: L. F. Zimmerman,
that they have a minimum of twenty-four
hours of credit at the University and have
demonstrated leadership and service.
For 1965-66 the organization had two
sets of officers, one for each semester. Serv-
ing first semester were Charles Wu, presi-
dent, Reed Melton, vice-president, Ted
Whitehouse, secretaryg and Daniel Tea-
garden, who was treasurer.
Second semester the group was headed
by Larry Williams, president, Iames Alley,
vice-president, Kenneth Iohnson, secretary,
and William Young, treasurer. Dr. L. F.
Zimmerman was Sword and Key sponsor.
Dan Teagarden, Sandy Wylie, Kent M. Cooper, Bill Chi-
chester, Clint Merrick.
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peech-Hearing lub Begins First Year
Dr Hackworth points out the basics in rehabilitation.
FRONT ROW: Ioan Griliith, Sharon Stephan, Martha
McGinnis, Nancy Sleeper, Pat Deisenroth, Mary Miller,
Dyann Dyer, Iane Albertson. BACK ROW: Sally Folger,
The Tulsa Speech and Hearing club
seeks to acquaint its members with the re-
habilative professions. In its first year on
TU,s campus, the group has members ma-
joring in speech therapy, audiology, and
deaf education. Hoping to affiliate with the
National Speech and Hearing Association,
the club had reports from distinguished
professionals such as Carl Roberts, Direc-
tor of Enid State School for the Mentally
Organizers on the Executive Council
were president Marcie Bailey, Diann Dyer,
Mrs. lane Albertson, Mrs. Mary Martinke-
Wiz, Mrs. Iuanita Coiner, and Dr. Howard
Betty Dondlinger, Carolyn Geiger, Nancy Schulz, Carol
Knight, Diane Blaisdell, Happy Hower, Mary Sheldon,
Iani Rowe, Marcie Bailey, Mary Martinkewiz.
FRONT ROW: Harriet Barclay, Iuana Lee Bell, Olivia
Hogue, Carol Lynn Fry, Lynna Burt, Betti Hunt, Sue
Christerson. BACK ROW: Edward S. Diunit, Iames H.
Henson, Lawrence L. Graham, Bob Odle, Beaumont
TIIETA ALPHA PHI
Dramatists Foster The
Theta Alpha Phi, a national dramatic
fraternity formed on Tulsa University cam-
pus in 1927, strives to increase interest,
stimulate creativity, and foster artistic
achievement in all the related arts and
crafts of the theater. Membership is by
invitation which is extended when ade-
quate points have been earned by Working
on any phase of theatrical productions. Of
the twenty-three members, several deserve
mention for their Work and contributions:
Tom Iones, Lynna Burt, and Carol Lynn
Fry. An honorary membership is held by
one of the faculty members, Dr. Harriet
Bruestle, Iohn Hurdle, Gary Doyle, Tim Morsani, Harold
Barrows, Ken Stimson, Caiy Drain, Tom Iones, Sam I.
Last spring, Tulsa Universityas chapter
was host and sponsor for the regional The-
ta Alpha Phi Conference. Dr. Ben G. Hen-
neke, former Theta Alpha Phi sponsor,
spoke at the general assembly of the Con-
A Christmas party and Spring Banquet
are held annually. Contributions are also
made to the national magazine, The Cue.
This year's oHicers are Betti Hunt, presi-
dent, Gary Doyle, vice-president, Tim Mor-
sani, secretaryg and Lynna Burt, treasurer.
Dr. Beaumont Bruestle sponsors the active
chapter with Wisdom and humor.
FRONT ROW: Margaret Gowans, Gloria Birch, Shirval
Hill, Sandra Catren, Peggy Holland, Io Anne Hoillman,
Iane Sloan, Cynthia Rylander, Donna Whitney, Doris
Hampton. ROW TWO: Drenda Stout, Vicki Gilstrap,
Donah Alnett, Lynette Yeretsky, Karen McCandless, Mary
Landry, Susie Stout, Sarah Nichols, Iirnmie Mitchell, Patti
Bell, Kay Underwood, Peg Heidel, Ianet Kominek, lean
Stephenson, Lucina Hill. ROW THREE: Deborah Schutte,
TU BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB
Business Majors Giv
To acquaint Women with the many dif-
ferent fields of the business world is the
primary goal of the TU Business Women's
Club. To be eligible for membership in the
club a woman must be enrolled in the Col-
lege of Business Administration.
During the year the organization selects
an outstanding senior woman as the Busi-
ness Woman of the Year. Special program-
ed luncheons are planned with a guest
speaker from some field of business. Among
Mary Kay Rickard, Linda Swenson, Iulie Knovak, Dohna
Fredrickson, Anne Cardona, Patti Oertle, Susan Miller,
Barbara Gardiner, Shirley Campbell, Rise Heckrnan. BACK
ROW: Veda McGinty, Virginia Estes, Soudabeh Samii,
Phyllis Bereolos, Jennie Le Abboub, Gwen Kelly, Sandra
Iackson, Ianet Jackson, Sandy Robison, Barbara Harris,
Lorraine Christman, Veronica Lakios, Linda Smith, Kay
Cunningham, Alice Condry, Sheryl Stilwell.
e Apple Polishing Part
the highlights of the year are the decorat-
ing of a Christmas tree for Lorton Hall and
an Apple Polishing Party for the professors
of the business college.
The club consists of iifty-five members.
Faculty co-sponsors are Mrs. Xymena Kuls-
rud and Mrs. Veda McGinty. Margaret
Gowans is president, Mrs. lean Stephenson
is first vice-president, Drenda Stout is sec-
ond vice-president, Io Ann Hoffman is sec-
retary and Vicki Gilstrap is treasurer.
Jenkin Llo d Jones Sp
With no presidential election year in the
oiling, the University of Tulsa GOP,s
group-better known as Young Republi-
cans-spent the school year profitably pro-
moting ideas of the Republican party.
Guest speakers highlighted the fall pro-
gram agendas, including talks by such no-
tables as Ienkin Lloyd lones, Oklahoma
Senator Denzil Garrison, and GOP leader
Richard Coulter. These partisan political
speakers and other special guests helped
to spark an interest in supporting statewide
1966 GOP campaigning preparations.
A special Young GOP meeting was held
FRONT ROW: Markita Iones, Candy Neerman, Marcie
Bailey, Carol Sword, Margo Bakius, Vicki Henrichs, Linda
Mize, Linda Lewis. ROW TWO: A. Keyser, Mike Knob-
loch, Phil Boillot, Wylie Neal, Charles Needham, Rich-
eaks to Young Gillis
in November in conjunction with the TU
University Democrats, c'Viet Namv was the
controversial topic under discussion.
Ever since the formation of the TU
Young Republicans in 1957, it has been a
tradition to send representatives to the fall
and spring state GOP conventions. Such
was the case again this year.
This year's officers were Don lVlcCorkell,
president, Linda Mize, vice-president, Carol
Sword, secretary, Carol Parsons, treasurer,
Vicki Henrichs, senior comrnitteewomang
and Bob Bloomfield, jr. committeernan.
ard Hill, Dick Carroll. BACK ROW: Tom Holt, Don
lVlcCorkell Ir., Raymond Stunn, Iim Dotson, Verlon Bob
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Abbas Abdullah 56, 231, 245,
Abboud, Iennie 65, 274
Abel, Sara 56
Abney, Ben 217
Abshire, Cathy 127
Aby, Bill 250
Acree, Archie 71
Adair, lim 78
Adams, Everetl F. 56, 239, 240
Adams, Mary 56, 265
Adams, Neal 78
Adderlon, Cathce 71, 116, 149
Addison, Iell' 56, 239
Aclmire, David 237, 244
AFROTC DRILL TEAM 227
Agent, Dan E. 65
Afuilar, Ted 71
Alirens, Ben H. 44
Ahrens, Clare 71, 116, 149, 2-1
Ahrens, Dan T. 138
Albeit, E. R. Z2
Albertson, jane 276
Albrecht, Karen 78, 120, 149
Albright, Mark 100
Alcm, Mohamed 65, 245, 261
Alexander, Cleo 54
Alexander, Ianiee 71, 149, 253
Ali, El-Ageli Muktar 245
Al-Janahi, Abid 56, 245
Allan, E. Den 56, 231
Allbright, C. Mark 96, 99,
Allen, Bruce G, 56, 144,
Allen, Dwight T. 78
Allen, Fred III 71, 132
Allen, Ioclce 123
Allen, Rufh TS, 127
Allen, Willis 71, 143, 243
Alley, Steve 71, 140
Allison, Gary 71, 144
Allmvay, Tony 71, 100, 251
Alllizer, Ianie 73
Alnelt, Donna 274
ALPHA EPSILON RI-IO 226
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 229
ALPI-1A KAPPA PSI 250
ALPHA OMEGA 233
ALPHA PHI OMEGA 28
ALPI-IA TAU OMEGA 133
Alsup, Larry 71, 135, 222
Alvoid, Sarah 78, 97, 124, 149, 241
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 233
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS
AND ASTRONAUTS 234
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CI-IEMICAL
7 ENGINEERS 231
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MECHANICAL
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION 236
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL
Ammon, Susan 116, 241, 263
Billy G. 56, 154, 2100, 201, 203, 205
Anderson: Bobby 78
Anderson, Garry 56, 236, 58
Anderson, Mary Glenn 56
Nancy 71, 120, 149
ANGEL FLIGI-IT BS
Anncn, Chuck 78, 138, 240
Antezana, Frank 56, 136, 231
Araneo, David 78, 153
Archer, Nora 78, 115, 240
Archibald, Sharon 78, 116, 246
Arminio. Tom 71, 153
Arnn, Gwen 65, 115, 263
ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 239
Arslan, Vedat 245
ART STUDENTS LEAGUE 240
Ashery, Avrum 56, 240
Askins, Diane 78
ASSOCIATION OF 'WOMEN STUDENTS 241
Atchison, Richard 65, 138, 258
Atha, Daniel R. 44, 222
Atherton, I. L. 56
Atwater, Sue 71, 124, 149
Atwood, Odell C 65
Aumann, Iohn 99
Averill, David 65, 135
Axion, Carolyn 56, 115, 129, 196,
Ayclemir, Cavit 275
Azar, Jamal I 44, 230
Babayan, Rajden 245
Babb, Larry 71
Babcr, Anne 71, 120, 149
Baca, P. Alvin 65, 140, 156, B3
Baehrnan, Tonie 78
Bacon, Linda 65
Bahos, Charles 54, 108
Baile, Greg 78
Bailey, Iames 55
Bailey, Iames 71, 156, 260
Bailey, Marcie 65, 116, 276, 279
Bagwell, Barbee 56, 119, 149
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Baker, Kennie Io 65, 123, 242, 261
Bakius, Margo 78, 273, 279
Bales, Chuck 17 24
Bales, Susan 56, 124, 149, 240
Ball, Carol 78
Bamburg, Cathy 71, 116, 149, 186, 2
Bandy, Dale 65, 138, 156
Bundy, Dalton. 201
Bancly, Zella 78
Bones, Sue 149
Barber, Tom 230
Barclay, Harriet G. 42, 44, 261, 273
Barkley, Kenneth B. 56
Barnes, Charles B. 65
Barnes, lim 71, 252
Barnes, Sydney Kent 56, 230, 236
Barnes, Terry 71, 116, 244
Barnett, Linda Shaddox 56
Barr, Carol 78
Barrick, Tony 71, 130, 136, 261
Barrios, Alvaro 78, 245
Barrows, Harold 273
Bartles, Iaek 65, 136
Bartlett, David 99, 100
Bartley, Larry 71, 136
Barton. Charles K 44, 237
Bass, Ken 65, 130, 143
Bass, Wayne 71, 240
Bnssi, Vicki 65. 244
Batterson, David 108
Baxter, Gary 71
Bay, john R. 56
Bay, Linda 56
Bayer, Larry 143
Bayer, Sue 71. 149
Baylor, Lewis D. I8, 154
Beale, Michelle 56, 107, 194, 238. 24
259, 261, 262
Bealmear, Iune 141. 54
Beard, Mike 217, 243
Board, Stephen 71, 156
Beattie, Anna Faye 71
Beattie, Richard L. 56
Beaubien, Iames Larry 56, 136
Bebout, Bill 217
Bechina, Mel 201
Bedford, Gary 78
Been, David 71
Beeson, lo Ellen 99, 100
Begin, Linda 65, 252 263
Behnke, lim 78, 140
Belford, Barbara 71
Bell, Allan H. 54
Bell, Iuana Lee 273
Bell, Patti, 56, 68, 119, 129, 149, 261, 265,
Bell, Ross 78, 143
Bell, Roy 78, 140
Bender, Tom 215
Bender, William R. 65, 143
Bendt, David 56, 140
Bennett, Bruce 78, 132
Bennison, Victor 78
Benton, Gary 71, 100, 153, 23
Benton, Susan 78
Bereolos, Phyllis 56, 265, 274
Berg, Bruce R. 78, 138
Berkinshlaw, Bruce 71, 138
Berner, Marcia 261
Bernstein, David L. 54
Berry, Marilyn 78, 115, 149
Bethel, Bob 108
Bevil1,Iean 78, 119
Bevill, Lynn 56
Bicking, Craig 254
Bilgic, Haluk 260
Bilyeau, Ronald 98
Birch, Gloria '70, 71, 116, 149, 245, 274
Bird, Iim 65, 81, 132, 262
Birmingham, Mary 116
Birss, Roger A. 56
Bishara, Ieries 71, 245
Bishop, Richard 78
Bishop, Wanda Louise 56, 265
Black, Andi 78, 124
Black, Dick 233
Black, Stephen 78, 138
Blackburn, Donald Ir. 56
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Blackmore, Florence 44
Blair, Albert P. 44, 261
Blair, Iuditlfi 71, 149, 188, 242, 253, 273
Blaisdell, Diane 129, 165, 193, 2
Blake, Glen 108
Bland, Dick 78, 144
Blcakley, Bruce 100. 239
Bliss, Sally 71, 119, 149
Blocker, Sandra 71, 253
Bloomfield, Bob 130
Blough, Philip K. 44
Blue, Patti 65, 240
Blunk, Richard 65, 143
Blust, Betty 73, 149, 246
Boatright, Sally 78
Boaz, David 252
Bodine, Mike 99, 100, 251
Bodley, Kay 65, 124, 240
Boen, Floyd R. 65
Boggs, Alice Ann 71, 123, 149
Boillot, Phil 65, 279
Bolcli, William H. 56
Bolinger, 1. Bruce 56
Bond, Pam 78, 116
Bond, Toni 244
Bonner, Chloteal 65, 149
Boone, Byron V. 2
Borden, Mrs. Emmie R. 127
Borland, Catherine 71, 115, 253
Bottom, Caroline 78, 149
Boyd, lurly 70, 97, 123, 149
Boyer, Larry 71
Bradford, Dennis 71, 140
Bradford, Harry 79, 140
Bradley, Robert 44
Brady, Douglas 65, 144
Braeutigam, Ron 79
Brannon, Iackie 79
Branson. Max 231
Brasier, Pat 71, 149, 241, 273
Bray, lane 71, 127, 149
Brazeal, Marvin L. 65
Breeding, Mary A. 56, 115
Breuninger, Barbara 71, 149
Brewer, Raymond 79, 154
Brice, Iohn W. 22
Bridges, Gary 71
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Brown, jimmie 201
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Brown, Paul L. 42, 44
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Bruton, Randy 138, 260
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Bryden, Iim 65
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Buck, Paul 44, 261
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Bunn, Larry T9
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Burke, Iohn J. 56, 258
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Carroll, Dick 57, 143, 279
Carruth, Robert 71
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Catton, Carolyn 65, 120
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Chambers, Donna 79
Champion, Mick 65
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Chapman, Connie 71, 124, 149
Charlesworth, Betty, 57
Charlton, Rick 65, 143, 217
Charns, Gale 79, 143
Cheatham, Sue 79, 149
Chebil, Iami166, 228
Cherry, Craig 71, 138, 153
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Chouteau, Tess 24, 261, 274
Chrisler, Cathy 79, 149
Christ, Nannettc 57, 226
Christerson, Sue 273
Christcsson, Dolores 66
Christian, Steven 79
Christie, Margaret 79, 247
Christman, Lorraine 71, 274
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Chumley, Iunis R. 79, 105, 115, 149
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Clannin, Susie 66, 105, 119, 149
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Clark, Candy 66
Clark, Teri 79
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Clarke, Pat 79, 124
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Claybourne, W. Doug 79
Cleveland, Iulie 66, 119, 149, ISS,
Clinkseales, Worth 252
Cobb, 1Vlary66, 100, 127, 149, 251
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Cochrane, Ioseph Woody 44
Coclay, E. I. 57, 243
Coe, Ierrie 79, 119
Colley, jan 99, 100
Cohen, Rubin 99
Coker, Connie 79
Coker, Homer L. 44
Cole, Chris 72
Coleman, Carol 79, 149
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COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND PROFES-
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COLLEGE OF PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND
Collett, Gary 72, 154
Collier, Sue Ann 79
Collins, Gary 72, 143, 200
Collins, Linda 100, 251
Collins, Sharon 57, 96, 26S
Comstock, Guy 108
ck, Scotty 226
Contlry, Alice 79, 115, 245, 274
Connely, Mike 239
Conwell, Lynntlta 79
url y 72, 273
Cook, Karen 72
Cook, Robert C. 57
Coombs, Barbara 66, 116, 149, 273
Coombs, Ion 79, 135
Coombs, Linda 79
Cooper, H. I-1. 55
Kent M. 57, 230, 275
Cooper, Lyncla 72. 268
Mike 79, 136
Copelahrl, Iohn Dennis 57
Copher, Iohn 96
Corarito, Greg 57, 108, 111, 226
R. Ray 57
Iames D. 57
Cornstuhle, Ken 79, 140
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Corli, Chris 79, 153
Coulson, Patty 79
Coulter, Michael E. 57, 143
Coulter, Patty 66, 124, 149
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Cousins, Ray 72, 130, 135
Cowan, Jerry 57
Cowan, Rosemary 79, 127, 149, 241
Cowen, Omer 79
Cox, Bob 79, 100, 143
Cox, K. Wiley 57, 197, 257, 261
Russell 57, 197, 230, 245
Cox, Robert 66, 138, 258
Craig, lim 79, 136, 245
Crail, Ladonna 79
Crawford, james K. 66, 98, 144
Crawford, Janice 79, 119
Crawford, Steve 72
Cray, Iohn 66, 239
Cremin, I. Patrick 57, 106, 107, 195, 262, 26
Crenshaw, Carolee 99
Crenshaw, Patricia Ann 79
Creul, A. M. 245
Crilly, Patrick 79, 136
Criner, lim B9
Criswell, Beverly 72, 149
Croisant, B111 72, 140
Croisant, Kenneth 79, 140, 153
Crook, Randy SO, 143
Crow, Pat 80
Crump, Manning L. 230
Cumberledge, Suzanne 80, 99
Cummin s, Larry 228
Cunningllam, Cameron 72, 140
Cunningham, Kay 80, 274
Cunningham, Perry Louis 44
Cupp, Robert D. 66, 239
Curby, Pattie 57, 105, 115, 149, 252, 55, 261
Current, David 57, 236
Currid, Ray 230, 236
Curry, Mike 80, 100, 140
Curry, Robert S0
Curtis, Sandi 56, 178, 188
Curtius, Ion 66
Cusack, Larrv 66, 143
Cyubenko, Nicholas 201
Dahlin, Barb S0, 140
Daily, Dio L. 57, 140
Dailey, Dwight 44, 100
mains, Katie 72, 99, 100, 105, ns, 149, 245, 253
Dains, Robert Bruce 57, 98, 99, 100, 138, 25
Dale, Barbara 80, 98, 120
Dalton, Iohn W. 66
Daney, Shirley 261
Daniels, Nancy 80, 124
Darnell, Stephanie 57
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Daub, Iayne 72
Daugherty, Robert I. 57, 154, 200, 201, 206, 218
Davidson, Ken 66, 104, 136, 160, 193, 230, 236,
2.45, 261, 274
Davidson, Robert I. 57, 140
Davis, Ben 45
Davis, Bruce SO, 154
Davis, Daniel Bren 57
Davis, Dee Dee 66
Davis, John 66, 130, 135, 245
Davis, Iohn W. 243
Davis, La Vorme 57
Davis, Liz 57
Davis, Ray Glynn 80, 154
Dawson, Dee Dee 72, 116, 220
Day, Karl "Dcun' 57
Day, Ion Lynndon 57
Day, William 45
Dean, Barbara 80
Dean, Frank 201
Dean, Patricia 72, 105, 253
Decker, Guy 72, 156
Decker, Laura 80
DeFigt, Marjorie 45
Deisenroth, Pat 276
Dellegar, Larry 230
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DELTA GAMMA 118
DELTA SIGMA PI 243
Deming, Ieanne 72
Demora, Sylvia 80, 149
Dennis, Toe 72, 136
Dennison, Ken 66, 130, 140, 258
Dent, Ianene Mary 80
Denton, Suzanne 72, 96, 116, 149, 253
Detherage, Ton 66, 135
Devine, Anne 72, 120, 253
Devlin, Kathy 273
Dewise, Donna 80
Dial, Terence 58, 156, 230 -
Dickerson, lean 72, 116, 149, Zufl, 273
Dickey, Terry P. 58, 105,153,261
Dill, Connie S0
Dillard, Sherman 212, 214, 215
Dixon, Eric 58, 105
Dobbs, Glenn 24, 201, 202
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Dodd, Barbara SO, 119, 123
Dodd, Karen 72, 273
Dondlinger, Betty 54, 276
Dopps, Gay SO, 149
Dorchak, Wayne A. 66, 244
Dotson, lim 279
Douglass, Linda 58, 144
Dowd, Kelly 66, 233
Downing, Bob 80, 144
Downing, Ruth 99
Doyle, Fred 100
Doyle, Gary 273
Draheim, Lloyd 226
Drain, Gary 58, 108, 273
Dratz, Iohn P. 45
Drayton, Keith B. 72
Dry, F. A. 45
Dubois, Matt SO, 153
Ducummon, Jeff 72
Dugan, Randall 72, 153
Duke, Virginia 72, 127, 149, 20
Dumit, Edward S. 45, 108, 273, 226
Dunagan, Deanna 72
Dunbar, Roberta 80, 149
Dunbeau, Millard R 240
Duncan, Bonnie I. fStockj 58, 268
Duncan, Robert 72, 154
Dunham, Lawrence E. 58
Dunham, Ricky S0
Dunham, Terry SO, 154
Dunn, Ginny SO, 98, 124, ISU
Dunn, Iohn 72
Dupuy, Arthur 72, 140, 153
Durkin, Sharon G6
Dutton, Diana 58, 240
Dwyer, Duke 72, 136
Dyer, Dyann GG, 116, 149, 263, 275
Dyer, Iolm Jacob 53, 135
Easter, Betty 98, 128, 129, 124
Easter, Donna 80
Eaton, Don 66
Eaton, lamcs 99
Ebrecht, William 80, 99, 100, 153
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Eby, William I. Ir., 58, 138, 251
Eckenberg, Margie 233
Ecclesron, Pcnny 241
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Eddins, I-1. A. 22
Edmonds, Marsha 72, 149, 253
Edwards, Clyde P. 66, 140, 230
Edwards, Clyta 66
Edwards, Keith 66
Elder, Linda 66
Elkins, Marsha 72, 105, 106, 107, 124,
Eller, Bill S0
Elliott, Don O., Ir. 66, 99
Ellis, Michail C. 58, BS, 244, 252, 257
Ellis, Robert L. 58
Ellison, Richard A. 80, 143
Elmore, Kenille SO, 96
Emenhiser, Cleta SO, 149, 240, 241
Endicott, Charles S0
ENGINEERS CLUB 244
England, Catherine 96
Ensminger, Barbie 72, 120, 149
Epperson, Floyd D. 230
Ersoy, Demir 237
Escojiclo, David 237
Estes, Virginia Lee 58, 265, 274
Etter, Anita 72
Evans, Curtis S0
Evans, Iulian 45
Evans, Sandy 72, 149, Q0
EVENING DIVISION 36
Everitt, Kerry 80, 149
Ewert, Iohn 66, 144
EXECUTIVE CLUB 245
Ezell, Rebecca S0
Faraha, Riad SO, 237
Farley, Iim 100, 251
Farrell, Gail 115, 149
FASHION ADVISORY BOARD 246
Faust, Sherry 72, 149, 253
Feemster, Michel M. 66, 153
Fekih, Musmpha 66
Feldman, Nancy 45
Fenn, Duane, 98
Fenner, Ray, 237, 244
Ferguso, Wayne 72, 135, 31
Femeau, E. F. 29, 45
Filkel, Nancy 72
Finoannon, Phil 233
Fink, Mason C. 58
Fisher, Edward 72
Fisher, Iohn D. 230
Fisher, Iudy 123
Fisher, Nita Kay 80
Fitzgibbon, Thomas 136, 245
Flanagan, Kathy 72, 119
Fletcher, Iudy 66
Flickinger, Gaila 66, 115
Flint, Charles W. 22
Flippo, George 66
Floumoy, Dan 72, 135
Floumoy, Iames Kenneth 58
Folger, Sally 276
FOOTBALL TEAM 201
Forbes, Noble 66, 143, 190, 245
Ford, Mary Alice 244
Forehand, Sandra 66
Fomell, Robert M. 66
Forster, Iim, Ir. 66
Fox, Carolyn 97
Fox, Frank 58
Fox, Fred S. 97
Fox, Iamy Elizabeth 66, 149
Foyil, Ken 72, 244, 260
Frair, Lester 58
Frampton, Mary 261
Frank, Donald I. 58
Frank, Iudy 80, 124, 128, 240
Franklin, Richard 99
Frazier, Dick 80, 143
Fredrickson, Donna 66, 127, 149, 253,
Fredrickson, Robert 72. 143, 156
Freeman, Margaret 263
Freerickson, Gary 239
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Frere, Irames G. 66, 153
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Fry, Carol Lynn 226, 273
Fulcher, Kaye 66, 124, 251, 268, 238
Gallagher, Leticia SO, 119, 240
Gambrell, Jeanne SU, 119
Gammie, John G. 45, 261
Gamster, Lewis 55
Gandall, Warren W. Ir. 58
Ganem, Ioe 72
Ganen, Tom S0
Garcia, Pilar 72
Gage, Harold 58
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Gardner, Dorothy 58, 120
Gardner, Richard 58, 140, 230
Garrell, Ronnie 66
Garrison, Rick 72
Garrsion, Warren B. 46, 252
Garten, Nancy Io 58
Gasaway, Georgann 46, 261
Gait, lack 135
Gay, Mrs. K. D. 123
Geiger, Carolyn 54, 276
Gemmill, John D. 46
Gentry, Diane 80, 124
George, Mike 72
Gerber, Linda 66, 149
GERMAN CLUB 247
German, Marjorie R. S0
Gerwinncr, Nanci SO, 119, 149
Gevinn, Grace 153
Ghachem, Said H. 58, 231
Ghostbear, Iobn 68, 144
Giacobbe, George 58, 99
Gibbons, john 72, 143, 243
Gifford, jim 66
Gilbert, Tom 80, 136
Gilclerslccvc, Glen 72
Gill, Inc 72, 154
Gill, Larry 72, 132, 258
Gillespie, Linda 80
Gilliam, Luann 96
Gilmore, Melinda 66, 123. 220
Gilstrap, Dennis Nl. 53, 251
Gilsirap, Vicki Hoggalt 58, 100
Gitlrich, Joyce S0
Gladson, Anita S. 58
Glass, Iolm P, 66, 228, 244, 260
Glass, Sue, 124
Gleason, Pamela 72, 149, 233
Glecklcr, Roger 72
Glenn, Margo 66, 100, 120, 150
Goddard, Sharon 80, 119
Gocling, Douglas 153
Coding, Roger 66, 140
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Gomez, Nelly 66, 149, 239, 245,
, 195, 261, 265, 274
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Noren, Iames 68, 244
Norris, Carole 69, 119
Novak, Iulie 75, 119, 274
O'Callaghan, Terry K. 61, 136,
238, 240, 259
O'Conner, Cathleen 83, 150
OlConner, Colleen 83, 150
O'Leary, Thomas 61, 136
O'Neal, Iudl 69, 127
O'Stafy, Frank 75, 154, 201, 200
Otlle, Bob 273
Oertle, Karen 84, 150
Oertle, Patty 274
OFfer1e, Jeanne 75, 150
Ogan, B. G. 49
Ogden, Toni 244
Oglesby, Caroline 49
Olincy, Carol 61, 150, 220, 261
Oliphant, Charles W. 23
Oliver, Carl 49
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 257
Omrani, Mohamizl-Haj Suleiman
Opal, Ken 75, 154
Orde, Patricia 84
Osluome, Iohn A. 25, 261
Osbome, Robert E. 61
Osmond, Iohn 201
Oswald, Donna bl
Overall, Chuck 230
Owens, Ioel 69, 140
Ozean, Huseyin 245
Ozment, Iohn 84
Paiomand, Ghasem 237
Pa mer, Edwina 96
PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 129
Parker, Carol M. 61
Pa rke r,
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Parks, Bruce Michael 75, 144
Parks Ma Ann 61
247, 261 , 279
Parrish, RIXPCTK E. 49
Parsley, Sally 75
Parsons, Carol 69, 127, 150, 247, 263
Parsons, Ken 201
Pason, Pam 84
Passmore, Ioe 228
Patman, Iulie 61, 104, 98, 124, 160,
Patrick, Larry I. 75, 138
Rassmore, jerry M. 69, 228, 261, 274
194, 238, 259,
Paul, Karen 84, 107, 78, 120, 150, 241
Pavlak, Dan 201, 69
Payne, Charles Kalaolani 75, 138
Payne, Io-Ellen 75, 119, 150
Pearce, Stewart 55
Pearson, Kent 210
Pearson, Nicki 69
Pearson, Raymond 75
Pederson, Bud 75, 138
Peirson, George 136
Pennington, Bill 57, 61, 140, 154, 196, 200,
201, 257, 261
Pereira, Norman 61, 231, 245
Perez, Orlando Iose 84, 245
Perkins, Charles 84
Perkins, Larry 84
Perkins, Susanne 69, 150, 252, 263
Perks, Ioc 75
Perrault, Cherie lo 62, 124, 129, 196, 238, 2
Perrault, Lewis Ir 75, 143, 243
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Perry, Richard 75, 138
Peters, Ann 95
Peters, Ralph 84, 100, 251
Peters, Ron 62
Peterson, Barbara 84
Peterson, Bruce 41, 49
Peterson, Gary S4
Peterson, Pau 230
Petros, Lee 62
Phelps, Donna 69. 120
PHI ALPHA Tl-IETA 259
PHI ETA SIGMA 260
PHI GAMMA KAPPA 261
Philheck, Karen 75
Phillips, Michael A. 62, 108
Phillips, Pam 62, 253, 273
Phillips, Randy H. 69, 230, 244
Philoon, Wallace C. Ir., 49, 261
PHI MU 126
Phinncy, Katherine S4
P1 ALPHA MU 262
Pickell, Nancy 84, 115, 150
PI DELTA EPSILON 263
Pierson, George 69
PI GAMMA MU 264
P1 KAPPA ALPHA 140
Pike, Iimmy 258
Pingatoree, Dick S4
Pingree, Bud 75, 156
Ptitcock, Suzanne 62
Pittman, Lou 62, 120
Place, Bradley E. 42, 49
Place, Mary Kay 84, 100, 103, 120, 150, 187
Plaster, Thomas 75
Plummer, Connie 69, 244
Pollard, Kathv 84, 127, 150
Pongratz, Richard Ira 62
Pontius, Clarence I. 23
Porter, Pacola 138
Posvistak, Gregory 99
Potasky, Richard 69, 143, 154
Powell, Biddie Ann 62, 150
Powell, Dale 98, 100
Poweslca, Peter 75, 154, 200, 201
Prather, Ian 75, 115
Prather, Rebecca 96
Pratt, Peggy 75
Pratt, William C. Ir. 62, 144
Prescott, Mike 75, 244, 254
PRESIDIENTPS CLUB 261
Presson, Icanette S4
Price, W. S. 49
Pries, Robert 69, 153, 228
Prviestman, Dawson lr. 62, 136
Primm, Pam 69, 189
Pritchard, Deanna 84, 123
Procter, Anne 75, 115, 150
Procter. Iohn 55
Pruitt, Iacqueline 69. 228, 263
Pruitt, Ronald 75, 138, 228
Pry, Richard 84, 99, 100
Pry, Ronald 100, 84, 99
Pryor, Ed 108
Pullian. Doris 84
Puky, Pedro 28
Purdy, Iames M. Ir. 75
Quackenbush, Scott 75, 228 -
Quigglc, Gary 99, 100, 135, 251
Quinn, Mike 62, 135
Raasch. Gary 75, 153
Raclcleli, Mary Nell G2
Rackley, Tony 84
Rader, Anita 84
Rains, Nancy 75, 127
Ramsay, Iohn 62, 144 -
Randolph, Tipton 75, 132, 103
Rascoe, Nancy Conyer 62
Rasheeduddin, Mir 54, 153, 236
Rasmussen, Tony 75, 154
Purdy, Robert 84
Rather, Rebecca Harrison 62, 259, 262
Raull, Debbie 84, 107, 115
Rea, lack 69
Reames, Iudy 75, 124, 220
Rearnes, Suzanne 84, 124
Redlem, Pat 75, 119
Redman, Iohn 62, 140
Reed, Iemes 75, 138
Reed Iulie 75, 115, 129, 253, 261, 274
Reed Larry 69, 138
Reed, Lawrence 84, 144
Reed, Linda 62, 98, 268
Reed Margaret 69, 150
Reed Ronnie 84, 136, 84
Reed Ted 201
Reeves, Michael 75, 138
Reese, joseph T. 62, 136
Regcnbrecht, D. E. 49
Reich, Cathy 84, 16
Reid, john 75, S4, 154
Rein, Iolm 200, 201
Reiner, Iohn 84, 135
Reiners, Iudy 244
Remsberg, Pam 75, 120, 150
Reneker, Ron 73, 75, 143
Retherlord, Richard 84
Reynolds, Beverly 75, 150
Reynolds, Iudy 84, 244, 254
Rhees, Ioseph I-I. 84, 136
Rhodes, Mrs. Incl 115
Rhoads, Linda 84, 119
Rltyne, Margie 75, 127, 150, 220
Rice, Io Ann 8-1, 99, 100, 150
Richard, Lanny, 258
Richards, John 84, 153
Richards, Linda 75, 100, 150, 251
Richardson, P. M. 62, 230
Richtardsville, Charles L. 62, 138, 253
Rickard, Mary Kay 12.3. 274
Ridgeway, Ronny 84
Riera, Alfredo 84, 153, 245 n
Rile, Ierry 69, 98, 105, 138, 258
Riggs, Michael S4
Rigney, Iohn 99
Riley, Tom 69, 136, 191, 154, 245
Riric, Jean 75, 127
Risinger, Emily 84, 98, 115, 150
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Ritter, Kathryn 76, 115
Ritz, Phillip 84
Rivero, Luis Gmo 62, 2415
Roach, Carole S4
Roark, Ivan W. 50
Roark, Michael 98
Roark, Mary Ellen 76
Roberson, Bruce 84, 144
Roberson, Donald 84, 244
Roberts, lanie 76, 119, 220
Roberts, Brent 201, 219
Roberts, Lyn 76
Roberts, Rusty 144, 84
Roberts, Kitty 96
Robertson, Judy 76, 119
Robinson, Doug 212
Robinson, Sandy 76
Robinson, W. L. 50, 238
Robison, Sandy 274
Rodgers, Christine 69, 151
Rodgers, Stephen 153, 252
Rodman, Charles 76
Rodriguez, lose Autuio 84, 245
Roessler, Patty 76, 123, 253
Roever, Robert 76, 156
Roger, Jerry L. 62, 233, 252, 25
Rogers, Carole 76
Rogers, Donna 76, 124
Rogers, ,lo Elaine 78, 84, 151, 182, 241, 273
Rogers, john 23
Roginski, Iohn 69, 132, 156, 244
Rohledor, Chuck 76, 228, 231, 233, 244
Rohrbaugh, Martha 84, 116, 24
Rollo, David 62, 97, 98, 108
Ronck, Ronn 76, 140
Roos, Albert 76
Rosenbaum, janet Lea 62
Ross, Donald Robert 84, 153, 201
Ross, Iames 231
Ross. Ram 84, 107, 115, 151
Roulston, Gary 240
Rowe, Iani 69, 273, 276
Rowe, Linda 84, 151
Roy, Gene 84, 135
Rozsa, Bela 50
Ruane, Richard 201, 218
Rummerlielcl, Anne 76, 120, 183
Runyan, Cary 76, 244
Rush, Bob 239
Russell, Lonnie 62, 252
Schofield, Sallie 76, 151, 241, 252
SCHOOL OF LAW 40
Schrimp, Bill, 85, 138, 153
Russell, Theron 69, 138
Ruth, Susan S4, 151
Rutter, Suzann 76
Rutledge, William 50, 261
Ryburn, Carole 76
Ryburn, Linda 34
Rylander, Cynthia tifaseyj 34, 27-1
Schuhman, Scott 154, 200, 201, 203
Schulz, Nancy 69, 120, 151, 276
Schussler, Richard 63, 130, 140
Schutte, Deborah 274
Schwamb, lanet 69, 127
Schwartz, lane 85, 124, 151
Scobie, William 94, 99
Scott, Daniel 12. 50, 96
Scott, Don 76, 140
Scott, Eddie 243
Saab, Lela 84
Sackett, Karen 76
Saddoris, Shelton 34, 154
Sadr, Mehdi 62, 245
Sailolc, Steve 69 M
Salaymab, Abdul-Wabab 69
Saltzman, Lloyd R. 50, 236
Saltzman, Steve 69, 138, 261
Samii, Soudatbeh 247
Sample, Suzanne 62, 127, 151, 194, 241, 273
Sampson, E. T. 2311
Sampson, Kathy 34, 97, 151, 123
San Angelo, Phil 62
Sanders, Andrea 84
Sanders, Doyle 69, 132
Sanguinett, lack 69
Sartain, Gailard 107
Saxon, Louis L. 76, 138, 153
Schaberg, Ioan 84, 151, 241, 273
Sehaberg, Lynne 76, 151, 238, 253
Scheer, James VV. 62, 261
Scheer, Lorraine H. 50
Schiendler, Frank I. lr. 63, 136
Scott, Robert 85, 100
Scovel, Victoria 63, 108, 151, 226
Scruggs, Ittlie 63, 124, 151
Seals, Mitchell 63
Sears, Susan 85, 116,
Seaton, Reba P. 63, 261
Secrcst, jim 84
Sellers, Iuanita 69
Sessler, Rosa Lee 252
Settle, William 50, 55
Settle, William A. 50
Settles, Ianet 76, 116, 151, 253
Sexton, Mike 243, 245
Shaffer, Georgia, 85, 124, 151
Shannon, Mary 76
Sharif, Asmi S5
Sharp, Glenn 261
Sharp, Maurice 25, 261, 274
Sharp Robert C. 23
Sltarpi Vicki 63, 99, 100, 251, 261
Schi11', Skip 65
Schillinger, Cyndy Polcn 63, 70, 116
Schimpl, jon 69, 154
Schmidt, Carol 70, 76, 116, 151
Schmidt, Gary 69, 239
Schmidt, Michael F. 76
Schmidt, Pete 76, 143
Schneider, Iucly 84, 107, 115, 151
Schneider, Iune S4, 96, 151
Schneider, Lucinda 96
Sehoeppel, Roger I. 50, 261
Shaw, Susan Elizabeth 69, 124, 151
Sheldon, Mary 69, 151, 195, 241, 27
Shepard, Tom R. 63, 136, 197, 230,
Sherry, Teresa. 85
Shields. Francis X. 69, 156, 258
Shile, Susan V. 76, 119, 151
Shipp, George 85 Q
Shirley, Barbara 50, 241, 261
Shockey, Don 266
Shonkwiler, Terry 219
Shoulders, Diana S5
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Shrout, Mike 69, 135, 233
Siala, Seddik A. 76, 245, 260
Siclwell, Edith 245
Siegfried, Iohn 85, 153
SIGMA A1'.PI-IA IOTA 268
SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA
SIGMA CHI 143
SIGMA DELTA CHI 260
SIGMA NU 144
Sigmon, Sandy 76
Sim, Gordon W. 69, 153
Simanton, Susan 120, 263
Simmons, Charles 76, 98, 100
Simmons, Tony 76
Simon, Alun N. 54, 237
Simons, Susan M. 85, 105, 116,
Simpson, Frederick W. 50
Sizemore, Ioe 100, 237, 244, 261
Skelton, Ianet 76, 105, 124, 151
Skillern, Iohn gr. 76
Skinner, lane 7 , 151
Skinner, Kathy 69, 116, 263
Skinner, Robert 76, 153
Skoug, Kent 85, 138
Slack, Mrs. Velma 119
Slagle, Barbie 105
Sleeper, Nancy 69, 124, 272, 276
Slifer, Max 85
Sloan, Dick 69, 140
Sloan, Gary 85, 100, 136, 251
Sloan, lane 35, 151
Slodek, Shera 85, 123
Sloss, Ann B. 85, 151
Small, George D. 50
Smart, Cheryl 69, 123, 151
Smeal. Dave 108. 69
Smith, Alan 69, S5
Smith, Carol Ann 69, 127
Smith, Charles 76
Smith, Daniel B. 63
Smith, Diana 85, 123, 220
Smitzh, Donna 85, 123
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air-conditioned coaches on
scheduled city bus routes and
on intra-city charter service.
Air-conditioned coaches are
available for charter service.
Beverage coolers, card tables
installed on request.
Brand new air-conditioned Cad-
illac limousines serve the new
Municipal Airport, and are avail-
able for small group charter.
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Springfield, Andrew L. 50
Spurlock, Douglas 76
Spurlock, Phil 63. 136
Staiger, Kathie 76
Staires, I-Iaroltl 25
Smith, Doug, 76. 252 Stallard, Sarah jane 85
Smith, Howard N. 63, 136, 230 Standridge, Karen S5, 105, 124
Smith, Iames Wesley 63 Stranfield, Margaret 115, 197, 274
Smith, Ianct 69, 263, 273 Stankunas, Raymond 85, 153
Smith, Iim 173 Staushury, Lawrence 69, 138
Smith, Leslie 69, 105, 116, 192, 244, 247, B3 Stapp, Mike 85, 144
252, 254, 263 Starr, Ken 76, 140
Smith, Linda Ruth 69, 274 Statzer, Terrence 85
Smith, Linda Louise 63, 151 Stehman, Thomas E. 69, 138, 153
Smith, Milton 54 Stemple, Lynn 76, 127, 129
Smith, Nancy L. 85 Stephan, Christopher 85, 151, 244
Smith, Patti 69, 120, 151 Stephan, Sharon 119, 276, 68, 69, 151
Smith, Sally 63, 104, 124, 192, 233, 255, 259, Stephens, Gary 76, 252
261, 262, 274 Stephens, Mike 98
Smith, Susan S5 Stephenson, lean F. 63, 274
Smith, Trudy 63 Steme, Bill 76
Smith, Walter A. 50 Steme, Patti 96, 69, 99
Smock, George 85, 138
Snider, Lynna 76
Snider, Steve 99, 100
Snuggs, Ianet 85
R. Grady 42, 50
SOCIOLOGY CLUB 272
Solchenberger, M. I. 85, 151
Solomon, George 69, 245
Somers, Stephen 63, 138, 231, 244
Sonnenlield, Linda 76, 107, 151, 2
Srmtztg, Mary Ann 76
Spanogle, Andrew 63, 136
Specht, Bob SS, 136
Speer, Suzanne S5
Spivey, Carol 63, 69, 120, 129, 151,
259, 261, 262
Sprunkle, Betty 50
Springer, lean 76, 151
Stevenson, Bob 243
Stevenson, Florence 25, 129, 241, 261
Stevenson, James 76, 132
Stevenson, Steve 63, 136
Stevinsou, Betts, 85, 151, 241
Stewart, Carole 85
Stewart, Clifford 63
Stewart, Harold W. S5
Stewart, Patty 76, 115
Stewart, Robert M. 69, 231, 228, 233, 244
Stickney, Peter 85, 138
Stilwell, Sheryl 85, 274
Stimson, Kenneth L. 54, 273
Stockwell, Nancy Smith 63
Stoepel, Terry 200, 201
Stokes, Iudy 63, 116, 129, 151, 194, 238, 246, 261
Stonecipher, Philip W. 63, 230
Stout, Drenda 69, 151, 241, 245, 263, 265, 274
Stout, Susan 76, 274
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Stowe, Charles Terry Ir. 63, 143
Street, Iohn 217
Strickland, Cathy A. 69
Strout, Richard 76, 244
Stuart, Clillord 217
rold C. 23
I. Richard 70, 138
STUDENT SENATE 274
Sturm, Raymond 279
Suclcluth, Dick 22, 266
Suender, Suzanne 85, 119. 151
ky 63, 140
Suggs, lack 200, 201
Suliburk, Susan 63, 124
Sullivan, Kathleen 76, 151, 241
Sullivent, Thomas I. 63
Summer, Roger 228
Summerfield, Gary 70, 130, 138
Sun pg, Tak
Ki 63, 231, 245
Supernavage, Ralph 85, 154
aron 76, 98, 134, 119
Swan, Iames M. 85, 132
Swank. Ioe R. 50
Swanson, Susan 63, 119, 151
Sweeney, Iim 240
Sweeny, Ncal 201, 202
Swenson, Linda 76, 123, 274
Swift, Larry 70
Swoiinrd, Drmuetta 36, 151
SWORD AND KEY, 275
Sword, Carol 63, 279
Tabbut, Florence 86, 127
Paul E. 23
Gregory 86, 153
TAU BETA SIGMA 251
TAU SIGMA ETA 276
Tarpley, Bill 63
Tavlor, Chuck 86, 143
Taylor, Ianet 70, 119, 129, 151
Teagarden, Daniel Evans 63, 153, 261, 275
Teel, Skip 143
Templeton, Carolyn 63, 99, 123
Templeton, Sherry 86, 115, 128, 151, 273
n, Stuart 86, 136
Tener, Tom 76, 138
TENNIS TEAM 217
TeSelle, Iohn 50
Thaden, Iackii 86, 151
Theobaltl, Margaret 99, 100
TI-IETA ALPHA PHI 273
Thomas, C. D. 50, 261
Thomas, Ieanne 57, 63, 107, 115, 240, 261,
Thomas, Kent 70, 130, 144
Thomas, Linda S6, 119
Thomas, Ralph C. 51
Thompson, Don 99, 100
Thompson, Linda 76, 151
Thompson, Richard IE. 51
Thompson, Wesley 86
Thurnberry Tim 63, 156, 195, 262, 266
Thomhtlrg, Rod 76
Thornbrugh, Pamela Kay 63
Thorsen, I-lank 86, 138, 153
Thorton, Charles E. 23
Threadgill, Kenneth 76
Tidd, Tack S6
David F. S6
Tineo, Hector 258
Tippett, Vernon 54, 245, 258
Tippin, Joyce 86, 151
Tison, Chris 86, 151
Tolhert, Sandy 76, 120, 173
Tomasi, Richard A. 51, 233
Godfriecl 70, 245
Tnvar, Manuel 64
Townes, Willy 201
Travillion, Patty 244, 2116
Treat, Veta To 70, 151, 263, 273
Trennepohl, Gary 77, 140
Truebloml, Lyle R. 51
Tryon, Gary 70, 132
T. U. BUSINESS WOMEINVS CLUB 274
Tucker, Tim 239
Tuepker, D. I. 23
Tumer, Brian M. 64. 13S
Turner, Cathy 77, 151
Tumer, Mary Ianice 86. 96
Turnquist, John C. 64,-157, 274
Twilley, Howard 64, 154, 193, 201, 200, 205, 206
Tyson, Richard 64, 200, 201
Uhl, Lucia 86, 151
Underwood, Don 201
Underwood, George W. 51
Underwood Ka ' 77 119, 274
Underwood: Sage sis
UNIVERSITY CHORUS 96
Utz, Dorothy 64
Utz, Iim 70
Vallem, Ianice 64, 151, 244
Van Dalsem, W. B. 86
Vancliver, Judy 86
VanDyke, Maureen 64
Van Gicson, William R. 64, 153, 228, 258
Van Laere, Richard I. 77, 130. 138, 222
Van Tuyl, Suza 77, 119
Vanvcen, jacques W. 77
VARSITY NITE 168, 169
Vasers, Alise 233
Vaughan, john F. 222
Veatch, Ralph W. 51. 252, 254, 261
Vega, Lyda G. 77, 151
Vespasian. Lou 70. 136
Viana, Carl I-I. 70
Vick, Ron 70, 154
Vickers, Pete 70, 100
Vickery, V. E. 77
Vincent, Alice 115, 244
Vineyard, Edie 77, 127, 151
Vogle, William H. 86, 140
Vo11e,Iohn 70, 143
Wagner, Phillip 108
Walil, Ray 240
Wait, Mike 77
Voss, Candy 77
Wait, Pat 98
Waits, leanne G. 51
Waits, Max 51
Walker, A. B. 51
Walker, Iudy 86
Walker, Larry 86, 100, 251
Walker, Phy lis 77, 253
Walker, Susan 77, 116, 151, 273
Wally, Robert F. 64, 140, 233
Walton, Iohn 86, 143
Wanclrcs, Robert M. 64, 143
Ward, Lucille 86, 151
Ward, Sharon 254
Wark, Eva Sands 64, 115, 261
Vifarner, john 86, 143, 154
Warnken, Merle Robert 64, 236
Warren, W. K. 23
Washburn, Kent 70, 13S
Watkins, Charlann 64
Watkins, Ianice I. 64
Watkins, Max D. 64, 135
Watley, Ralph 86, 154
Watson, Stuart K. 64, 136
Wattenbarger, Annell 77, 244, 253
Wazir, Surincler 70, 153, 228
Webber, Iaekie 70, 120, 240
Weber, Carol 77, 253
Weber, Eric 86
Weber, Ieanne 86, 107, 124
Webster, Iune,77, 123, 253
Weigrant, Phil 237
Weiskopf, David 70, 138, 258
Weisner, F. C. Otto 99
Weitekamp, Bill 64, 236
Welch, Iellrey W. 70, 140
Weldon, Marion 70, 116, 188
Wells, Carol R. 70, 268
Welsh, Bolo 130
Welsh, David A. 64
Welton, Margaret Ann 70, 127, 151, 242
Wendelken, Iames R. 77, 100, 132, 153, 22, 223
Wenger, Betsy 77, 127
NVest, Terry 55
Westall, Carol Ann 64, 97, 123, 151
Westgate, john 86, 99, 100, 251
Westholt, Ginny 119
Westley, Gerald H. 23
Weston, Ioe 70, 136
Wetzel, Iudy 86, 123, 151
Wetzel, Mike 77
Whalen, Tim 64, 239
Wheat, Margaret 70, 263
Wheeler, Robert 98
Wheeler, Ron 99, 100, 197
NVhisenhunt, Chuck 86, 140, 240
Whfte M ' 64 246
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Whitehead, Iudy 86, 116, 151, 241, 273
Whitehouse, Ted 261
Whitesell, Donald 64, 238, B9
Whitlock, Eileen 51
Whitney, Donna 86, 274
Whitney, Mary Beth 86
Whittington, Brenda 86, 151
Wickersham, Iohn 70
Wickham, Carolyn 86
Wieson, Raymond 99, 100
Wilcox, Mary Kay 70
Wilcox, Sharline 86, 123
Wiley, Bruce 86, 138
Wiley, Karla 70
Wilkerson, Ioan 77, 124
Wilkie, Mike 217
Wilkinson, Linrla 54, 108, 151, 233
Willard, Wally 70, 154, 200, 201
Williams Anne 64
Williams, Connie 127
Williams, Darrell 86
Williams, David L. 77, 156
Williams, lim 190
Williams, Iohn H. 23
Williams, Karen 77, 96
Williams, Larry S. 64, 140, 154, 200, 201
Williams, Lynn S6
Williams, Marcia 64
Williams, Mary C. 51
Williams, Pam 77, 116, 128, 253
Williams P. S. 51
Williams Shirley 77, 144, 253
Terry 86 115
Williamson, Ron 64, 258
Wills, Carolyn 77, 151
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Willyard, Ann S6, 120, 151, 241
Wlson, Bud 86, 136, 153
XVi1son, Doug 23, 237
Wilson, Iarnes R. 64, 140
Wilson, Iohn A. 64
Wilson, Iudy Kay 70, 107, 127, 151, 261, 263, 274
Wilson, Linda S6
Wilson, Pati 86, 151
Wilson, Ray 233
W7inc11ester, Otis W. 51
Winfrey, Richard 99
Wing, Edna 77
lrVink1e, Steve 70, 138, 156. 239
Winter, Dennis A. 77, 138
NViseman, Lowell 51
Wiseman, W. I. 23
Witt, Anita 86
Witt, Jerry 70, 144
Wokoun, Douglas K. SG, 143
Wolaver, Courtland 240
Wolcott, Elmo Ieannc 64, 151
Wolf, Linda 64, 151
Wolf, Richard 70, 143, 190
Wolfe, Darrell 200, 201, 261
XVOMEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 220
NVong, june 86, 151
Wood, Nancy 86, 151
Patricia S6, 96
Wood, Thomas W. 51, 262, 266
lNooc1burn, Suzanee 64, 115
Woodson, Bill S6
Woods, Mickey E. 77, 153
Woody, Lynda 86, 123
Wren, Iennifer 64, 127, 151
VVrigl'1t, Bob 231, 261, 275
Wright, Carmen 189
Wright, Carolyn 77
'Wright, Ieanne 86
Wright, Tally 77, 107
Wrigley, Tina 77, 115, 151, 2
Wu, Charles Chi-Chao 64, 156, 192, 222, 2
245, 252, 254, 261, 275
YVy1ie, Barbara 64, 70 151, 263 27
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Wylie, Sanford 156, 247, 260, 261, 275
Wymore, john 217
Wymorc, Peggy Wilgus 259
Yates, Iudy 70, 151, 2411
Yeager, Sannlru 77, 105, 116, 165
Yeretsky, Lynette G. 64, 192, 255,
Yocum, Carnl 86, 119, 151
York, Mark 70, 222
Yost, F. Randolph 23
Young, Marcia 86, 124, 239
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CAROLYN MULLENAX .... Co-Editor
SALLY SMITH ...... Co-Editor
KEN DAVIDSON .... Assistant Editor
JULIE PATMAN . . Business Manager
ED IOI-INSON . . . . L Faculty Advisor
HAROLD STAIRES. . . Business Advisor
IIM BIRD, MONTE ENGLAND, BOB MCCOR-
MACK, BROWN DUNKIN . Photography
S. K. SMITH ........ Cover
GENE MORAE ..... Engraving
ECONOMY ADVERTISING Co. . . Printing
6' ..... as the day ends"
Our year has ended-the long hours of
planning, directing, Writing, and worrying
are over. The candelabrum burned into
the Wee morning hours as the KENDALLA-
BRUM staff Worked to create a special kind
of book. From the unique innovation of the
SUPER group, appearing in the organiza-
tion section, to the many cutlines and lines
of copy Written just for the readers pleasure
we hope this yearbook shall remain as a pro-
duct of those who gave it life. As co-edi-
tors we shared a sense of responsibility and
devotion to our dream of a 1966 KENDAL-
LABRUM. The realization of our dream will
come only with its contact with those for
Whom We have created it.
The inspiration, moral support. and long
hours of Work by our staff are deeply ap-
preciated. Ken Davidson, our asst. editor,
deserves a special thank you for his deter-
mined Work on the index and class sections.
To the business staff-many thanks to
lulie Patman and Pat Cremin. Mike
Graves, Terry Dickey, Iohn Kemper, Hal
Helton, Iim Bird, Marsha Elkins, Clare
Elkins, Clare Ahrens, and Susie Simons
lightened our Work load tremendously-
thanks to all of you. To Gene McRae and
Mr. R. C. Walker of Southwestern Engrav-
ing we owe our sanity, our stick-to-it-ness,
and above all our immeasurable gratitude
for their contributions and suggestions in
making the 1966 KENDALLABRUM possible.
After the climax of many frustrated and
frantic cries for pictures, copy and sleep
comes a unique calm as the KENDALLABRUM
office lies empty, save for the debri of many
hours of turmoil. With the- final deadline
met, all those who shared in the creation
of the 1966 KENDALLABRUM heave a final
sleepy sigh of relief . . . as the day ends.
Co-Editors l966 KENDALLABRUM
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