The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, January 12, 1968 Page: 1 of 8
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RESEARCH GRANT AWARDED—Lamar has been awarded a two-year grant totaling $60,000 by the
National Center for Air Pollution Control and the funds will be used to study odors incidental to making
paper products. Dr. Ewin A. Eades, professor of chemistry, will direct the study. He is shown in the
air polution laboratory in the Chemistry Building. Three area paper mills will cooperate w.th Lamar
in the project, (Staff photo) __
Vol. 18 No. 14 Lamar State (]olle*»e of IechnolofEy Beaumont, Texas Jan* 12> 1968
46 Seniors Make Phi Kappa Phi
Forty-six senior students rep-
resenting the upper 10 per cent
of the January and May, 1968,
graduating classes were initiated
into Phi Kappa Phi, all college
scholastic honor society, last
Two faculty members received
the Phi Kappa Phi outstanding
The faculty recipients are Miss
Isabelle Allen, associate pro-
fessor of English, and Roy
Student Association passed
three resolutions Monday com-
mending football players for their
accomplishments Nicky Lamp-
son, president of student govern-
Biser, professor of physics.
The 46 student initiates are
Mrs. Sally S. Chionsini, Joel
Wayne Lawless, Richard George
Lowther, Thomas Roy Rice, /lan
Gilbert Sampson, and Mrs. Terry
Len Vandel, in business.
Mrs. Bobbie R. Adcock, Mrs.
Kathleen A. Berry, Frances
Jeane Boutiij, Mrs. Carla Mat-
thys Bur chard, Mrs. Margie Dean
Dobbs, Betty Lynn Fuller, Car-
rol Jean Grounds, Mrs. Hattie
29, at 3:15 p.m. in Cardinal
room n. Students who have prob-
lems which need to be presented
to the administration should give
them to student government,
Jo Hill, Mrs. Anita Lackey, Kath-
erine Ann Lampert, Mrs. Sharon
Ruth Leifeste, Lynne Wright
Lewis, Brenda Long, Marion
Lowry, Nancy McNabb, Mrs.
Billie Norrison, Linda Ritchie,
Mrs. Janice Townsend Trahan,
Marie Vickers, in Education.
Scott M. Babcock, Jerry B.
Collum, Georgia A. Farr, Sher-
rie L. Haussner, Thomas E.
Inglet, Jr., Keith S. Lewis, in
Elaine Coe, Linda Rose Lupar-
ello, Mrs. Ann McCollum, fine
David Anderson, Merrie Gay
Beatty, Jack C. Brock, Faith
Elizabeth Carman, Mrs. Kay Kel-
lam Cook, Mrs. Gloria Royce
Arnold Crosby, LeonStokesbury,
Robert B. Woodside; liberal arts.
Dale W. Campbell, JackJones,
Hal McKinley, III, Leonard Say-
Honors Grid Players
Made to Lamar
For Odor Study
A $27,315 grant for the study
of controlling paper mill odors
has been awarded to Lamar Tech
by the National Center for Air
Dr. Ewin A. Eads, professor of
chemistry, said that the study will
specifically involve control of un-
pleasant odors incidental to mak-
ing of paper products in the
He said that it was his under-
standing that the grant was part
of a two-year grant issued
through the Public Health Ser-
vice of the National Center for
Air Pollution Control which would
amount to $60,000.
“Our primary goal in this pro-
ject is to study the odors from
area paper mills, measure the
amounts and define each odor,
and attempt to find a use for the
odors,* Dr. Eads said.
Set Jan. 23
Registration for the spring
semester starts at 8 a.m. Tues-
day, Jan. 23, with freshman test-
ing in Room 102, Liberal Arts
Building, Dr. Frank Thomas, vice
president of academic affairs,
Selection of classes by day
students will be made Wednes-
day and Thursday, Jan. 24-25
beginning at 8 a.m. Evening stu-
dents will register from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. Jan. 24.
Classes begin Thursday, Jan.
25 at 6:15 p.m. Regular day
classes begin Friday, Jan. 26,
at 8 a.m.
Dr. Kenneth- Briggs
Has Article Published
Dr. Kenneth Briggs, assistant
professor of education, has had an
article published in the December
issue of the “Texas Outlook.*
Dr. Briggs said that the article,
“A Decalogue for Teachers,*
gives points on how to be a suc-
HOLM GIVES TALK
Dr. Belle Holm, head of health'
and physical education depart-
ment for women, was guest
speaker at a meeting of the Sa-
bine Area Home Economists U-
The three area paper mills,
which have agreed to cooperate
with Lamar in the project, are
Eastex, Inc. in Evadale; Owens
Illinois, Inc. in Orange; and
Champion Papers, . Inc. in
Dr. Eads will head the re-
search. Others working with him
will be Joe Fields, associate pro-
fessor of Chemistry; David
Water, Bill Crowley, Karen Dun-
bar, and George Bertin, Lamar
Tech graduate students and sen-
iors in the Chemistry Depart-
Dr. Eads is presently oper-
ating on an $8,000 grant from the
National Science Foundation
teaching 30 area high school
teachers chemistry for graduate
The professor said industrial
fellowships are being granted
through Jefferson County Com-
missioners Court, Sonford
Chemical, Inc. of Port Neches,
Eastex Inc. and Owens Illinois,
Inc., to Lamar chemistry stu-
dents. He said the fellowships
are for various studies for re-
duction in air and stream pollu-
Approximately 80 lectureships
are still available to American
faculty members for 1968-69 at
institutions of higher learning
in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Mid-
dle East, and Latin America^
the December bulletin oftheU.S.
Government educational ex-
change program has announced.
The Bulletin may be consulted
at the office of the Faculty Ful-
bright adviser, Dr. Dorothy Zell-
Fulbrlght awards for univers-
ity lecturing and post-doctoral
research abroad during 1969-70
will be announced in late March
and early April, 1968.
Because of final examinations
and registration during the next
two weeks, this will be the last
issue of The Redbird until Jan.
The first resolution com-
mended Tom Smiley for being
selected to play in the Bowl
and North and South Shriners
game. Spurgeon Wynn was cited
for being selected on the little
all-American team as were play-
ers who made all-Southland Con-
ference team or honorable men-
Dr. Irving Dawson, head of
government department, spoke
to the body on the draft laws
A resolution will be presented
to Pres. Richard Setzer, and
the board of regents, asking for
a reduced fee for Lamar stu-
dents when outsiders use col-
At the next meeting, the Asso-
ciation plans to present a reso-
lution to city government ask-
ing that streets around the col-
lege be repaired and the area
The next meeting of student
government will be held Jan.
WILD BLUE YONDER—Newest addition to the Lamar Flying Club’s
squadron of planes is a Piper Cherokee 140, lower of the two planes,
which was ferried from Vero Beach, Fla., just before the Christ-
mas holidays. Brent Landry piloted the plane the last leg of the
journey from Lake Charles, La., to Beaumont. In the other club
plane is Danny Bell, president. The photo was taken from a third
plane owned by the club and piloted by Gordon Cole, club faculty
advisor. St e other photo, page three. (Staff photo)
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Goode, Charles. The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, January 12, 1968, newspaper, January 12, 1968; Beaumont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth499110/m1/1/: accessed January 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar University.