The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1965 Page: 3 of 6
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April 9, 1965
LT JUBILEE WINNERS--Winners were named in various phases of
LT Jubilee activities last weekend at Lamar. Alpha Phi Omega’s
barrel ride booth took first place in the open division of booth
competition at Tech ' s carnival. The service fraternity, in its
first year of competition, sold rides on the bucking barrel to
capture a first place trophy.
F.rst place in the fraternity division went to a Girlie Show,
sponsored jointly by Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and Gamma Phi
Of Circle K
New ly-elected Governor of the
Texas-Oklahomadistrict of Circle
K International is Tech's Gordon
Grant is the first Tech student to
hold the top district office.
Grant was elected at the region
convention held April 2, 3, and 4,
in Amarillo, Tex. • and he and
other district officers will represent
international convention in Aug.,
at Miami Beach, Fla.
Circle K service organizations
are sponsored by the Kiwajiis
International organization. Grant
has been lieutenant-governor for
the past year.
Beta'S o r o r i ty. Pictured are Tom Taylor, ATO barker, and Judy
Plake and Susan Franklin encouraging spectators to "step right up
for. the greatest show on the midway. '
Sexy, voluptuous Lady Godiva (Bill Tew) was named all-Sigbeauty
during1 Derby Day activities. Each sorority entered a Sigma Chi in
the beauty contest. Delta Zeta entered Lady Godiva. Also in the
contest were such lovelies as Madame Butterfly, Tinkerbell the
Fairy, Goldfinger's aviatrix, and a stunning mode, from the Maidenr
SAM Visits Ford Motors
Members of the Society for the
Advancement of Management took
a field trip to the Ford Motor Co
assembly plant in Dallas.
"Each years everal trips are
arranged for students studying
business administration and other
related subjects so they may get a
better understanding of the prob-
lems encountered in the business
world in relationship to theory and
principles rendered in their
courses," said Dr. L. L. Bailey ,
pro fessor of business administra-
The members were guided on a
tour through the plant and various
departments of the assembly plant
then taken to the executive con-
ference room where several mem-
bers of Ford management held a
The, Ford management brought
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A modern m athematlcs short
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teachers will be conducted on the
Lamar campus May 31-June 4.
Claude F. Gilson, assistant pro-
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the course, according to Dr.
Thomas T. Salter, director of the
Lamar Area School Study Council.
Purpose of the non-credit course
is to assist teachers, principals,
supervisors in the preparation and
teaching of new mathematics
topics in elementary schools.
Although designed primarily for
school personnel, any interested
person may enroll. No special
math course prerequisite is required
and class m em bers in regular
attendance will receive a certifi-
cate of completion.
The course will be held from
8:30 a.m. - noon, in Room 101,
M a t e r i al will not be presented
by grade levels but will cover all
the current topics necessary for
tea ching the new math in Grades
1-6. The "Ginn Enrichment
Series" materials will be used in
the course and the cost of these
will be included in the registration
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counter and what they were trying
to do to overcome these problems.
The tour and discussion were held
in the afternoon. In the morning,
the members visited the Trade
Mart, Love Field Air Terminal,
Southern Methodist University, and
Dallas Fair Grounds.
Pederson to Lead European Tour
A European Tour led by Paul
Pederson, director of student
activities is open to Lamar
students. The 21 day tour departs
from New York on Aug. 4, 1965
Pederson will lead the tour;
however, a guide will be met in
London and will stay with the
entourage during the 21 days.
Information concerning transpor-
tation, hotels, meals, transfers,
passport, and visas may be obtained
by phoning Pederson at his office
"Reservations should be made as
soon as possible but definitely by
the first part of July, " sommented
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Oglethorpe, Bonnie. The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1965, newspaper, April 9, 1965; Beaumont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth499051/m1/3/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar University.