The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1965 Page: 4 of 6
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. IJe has lectur-
:"hout the na-
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: the National
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i'.-.rs, and Pub-
ree men in Tul-
Thursda/, July 1 5, 1965
A-Go-Go Near Campus
Viewed on TV Sundays
Looking for a treat — like the achieve national fame Located di-
A-Go-Go beat or country and rectiy behind Meadowbrook Bowl-
western? Then come on out to in? Lanes on E. Lancaster. Panther
Panther Hall this Friday and Sat- Hall is only blocks from the Texas
urday. Wesleyan campus. It is centrally
Beginning the weekend festivi- air-conditioned for dancing enjoy-
ties Friday night is Panther A-Go- ment-
with dancing from 7 p.m. 'til
midnight. Taping for the TV show. * *
which is seen on Sunday evening Students Planning Law
over KTYT. starts at 8p.m. Before (Continued from Page 2>
8 admission i~ onlv SI* af^er t'^^n * ,
- - tU-ei marine disaster?, appeals fr^rr. de-
nials of access to sensitive water-
ifui wee?: special guests
e rr.r- * r. -f-
Johnny Green and the Greer.rr.en similar a p w? als from denial of
making their third Panther Ha); Merchant Mariners documents and
appearance. They have apepared a*, appeals from r/enalties imr.*>sed on
the Texas Pavilion at the New reckless boaters or for violations
York's World Fair and will appear of Coast Guard regulations.
?aties Tour anc
TWO'S PRESIDENT, Dr. Law Sohe, and Dr. Joseph Griggs (r),
president of the Texas Foundation of Voluntarily Supported Col-
leges arid Universities, receive a check from Col. George E.
Sirhgck, vice-president of Sperry and Hutchinson Co.
Claims work is always in pro-
cess both in the assertion of claims
Aiso on Friday's show wiil be agair
The Motovators and the Panther- mer.t
ett.es. New attraction is the Go- tion
Go dance team of Trudy Mariey government. As the principal fed
.::... it.. g lo% err.-
v and in thp ad '•,jd;<"a-
Seniors Must Prepare
For August Graduation
Students expecting to gradua'e od.-t Ch.ur-.-h. Robing wiii be A;-
at the Summer Commencement gust 19 at 1. . • a.m. there,
exercises on August 27 must do A senior reception Will be held
more than make passing grade-, immediately following P. '.r._■ in
They must pay a graduation fee B iaz Student Center-
in the business office and should Baccalaureate will be August 22
already have ordered their re- a- y - > a.m in Polytechnic'Meth-
galia at the Ram Trading Post, od..-* Church, with Commencement
Cards..,may be ordered there aiso. ^_n August 27 at - p m there.
Students can pick up regalia Rega,..: must :>e rcumei to
on August 9. Boaz Student Center immediate-
Robing rehearsal will be August ly following Commencement exer-
28 at noon in Polytechnic Meth- cises
-'esiejan Coilese tunk
... be -seen l.v- on T
U.S. C a - t ' : : i
Panther Hail just recently cele-
brated its second birthday'. Its
owners, brothers Bill and Corky
Kuvkenda.1. have helped it
hiavo *P." v^r.' 3vwn**rociG'**n a'' "' **"
98 MAKE SPRING DEAN'S LIST (Continued from Page 1)
=;n- TitrHth F.iainp Arvilla Jean Brown led the sor.-h
te to your aid. We
Judy DeBusk, 3.50; Judith Elaine Arvilla Jean Brown led the soph- are Judith. Alexander an
" *>■ riar
|5s Char • -i
: i Johnson, 3.20; Hanna. 3.50; Laurel Gail Henry v omores with the om«. 4 m a\e. -
".20; Sue' Spear- 3.50; William Keene Marshall, age. Other sophomores and their
William T. 3.50; Edgar Joe West, 3.50: Alma averages are: Carolyn Ann Pay-
James Kenneth Willis. 3.50; John Steven Norman, ton. 3.86; Let ha Grace Brown,
Mia Ruth Hower- 3.46; Charlene V. Barton. 3.43; 3.75: Marcia Ann Mpore. 3.id;
e Ann Wright, 3.07 Lucille Andrea Bartke. 3.40; Carol Ann phjliips. 3,.o: Glenda
yne. 3.06. Anna Jean Bell. 3.40; Dorothy Gay Riie>. -;>.i5.
-eniors had 3.00 Jean Butler, 3.40; Mary Elaine George Jay Zimmer&ann. 3_il:
Lee Brown. Joel King, 3.40; Lyndall Kay Lewis. Sarah Lee Stephens, 3 .0; Eva
Ronnie Wavne 3.40: Joan • D. Pennington, 3.40; Wiant, 3.69: Tanya Deem o.t<2;
Culwell Gene Sherrv Edwards, 3.31; David Tru- Linda Sue Yates. 3.62: Danny Lee
itte McCarty, 3.29; Diane Creek- McCoy, 3.60; Beverly Ann scott.
3.60: Shirley Ann Taylor, 3 60;
Earl Joe' Frank Thompson. 3.60;
"'is, Nancy M
Louise Griffin, more, 3.28;
'K Rita J. Henson, Linda Kay Worlow
Keith, Floyd Rus-
Preston Castleman, 3.25; Jacque- Edith Betty MarchbanKs. 3.*.:
onaid P. Payne. Ruby lySSkMiall. 3.25; Kay Patricia Raymond Webb Toloert. 3
Pearce. Rita Dell Pettv, Miller, 3.25; Junille Glenda Wiet- David Ralph Htioemann.
Lee Reed Edwin Irvin Rue, ing, 3.25: Elaine Linda Blair. 3.23: Dana Beth Henderson. 3.,b: sneila
ette Mauldi.n Hogan. Other fresh-
men on the list are: Rita Carolyn
Savage. 3.92: Donald Ray Counts
3.91: Claudia Kay Johnson. 3.76:
Rebecca Ann Waddeil, 3.75:
Barbara Ann Bedsworth, 366:
James Darrell Heath. 3.62: James
Alien Morris. 3.62; James Thomas
Moslener, 3.62; Charlyne Le<j*a
White, 3.60; Sara J. Anderson.
3.58; Charles Edgar Hightower.
3.57; Suzann Denton. 3.56; Geor-
gia Carol Thomas. 3.56: Carolyn
Ruth Tyler. 3.56: Diane Conrad.
Iar>* r ranees
Don Nored. 3. '50; Sharon
Pazar S ~i r
t- - - z
• • Luwm iivin nue, in^, uuua • . . T
Jr.. Almeta Jane Nancv- Ruth Rivei-s.^.23; Barbara Lee Eagle. 3.4o; Patricia .c.Rack
'Vnyn? Bowen Weems. Ruth Andres. 3.20: !r ^ '
" • - took 4.00 hon^s ^qfeert Wattson Daniell, 3.20: Juditn E.ame^Hun,. .
" - List. They are San- Donald P.. Howie. 3.20; Larry Glen Emu P.ae strm6er. _
■"J***- D°" B- Phcl"s- 3^0Cor, Ann S.raHon. >j,ch«.
Prince, 3:45: Carolyn Verie Slooer.
f: : Crutchfield, Belva 3.20; Janet Patrick Webb.
li* '"i" *. ■ , , _ _ . , tt» .J. O OA.
29; Susan Kay Harris, 3.25; Car-
le a si
■ gh. Mary Jane John- Clyde Stanley Woods, 3.20: Susan _ ^ .
• H. Pickett. Nell D. Bailey, 3.18; Mary Lou Barnett. olyn Mae U imams, o^o. -ancra
f.r- nna Rebecca Rhodes. 3.16; Lee Seaoorn o.-, Nanc Sue
vre^ '-he list included Glen- Jerry D. Roberts. 3.13; Alice Bradley 3.20, Dorothy Glad>,
' i-<t- s"-i Julian David Do- Clydene Green. 3.12: Billy Wayne Echt. o. i. ^ ,
; : • ' Frances Legg, 3.80; Catchings. 3.09: Johnny E. Steep- Lea Martin,■ d°"
ie Kipgen. 3.78; Jim pieman. 3.06; Dorothy Jean Har- Parthum. o.20: Da
.."^.Margaret Louise man. 3.03: and Joan Gayle Wier, ^ ^0: ^An:aeJLo^.
ta cup, . ^ folJovving junior? had 3.00 Miller. 3.18; T. John .Alexander
Bell, 3.66; Sandra averages: Robbie Ruth Babbitt, S.i.; Patricia
iC' 3.66; Patricia Alice Ronald Floyd Bern. Billy C Blair, Lynn Boulware. 3d2,W Ed-
^ S; James Scott Wal- Philip NTcholasV Bober. Kathleen ward Unton Tom Robe t
' Carl a Yvonne Crew, Dian Crenshaw,\ Alvin \Xailace Hendncks.3.06 and Paul Qi.em.n
Lou Johnson, 3.60; Crum, John Timojky Curbo. Kathy pr^m- ^ , .,nhrtn,nrM h,d
;• • Kn-k, 3.60; Dwain Doug- Duncan. Dewey C. Estill. Donald e .0u0\v ^ Maxme
3,60; Joy Marie Nier- Ray Gilliam, Gary Ray Si-anger. 3.00 a%erages Barbara
Paula Florence Grimes. Barbara 'Bamhardt. sharron Brandrup.
::;n •• Odom. in, 3.60: Dona Hathaway, Donald Gordon Heizer. Dennis Herman Dawson aigare^
Smith. 3,60: Frances Jo Carolyn Hitchcock. Shirley Jo- Ruth MiUsap ^ to smith
ey-andt. 3.60; Winston ann Hix, Susan Annis Johnston. sp(.,uiin^. C^
;; irney, 357: Annie Ruth Warren Fales Marks. James North- Michael E.rntst -
Joan Jacquelyn Mea- cut. Nancy Belle Stegall. Juan Lo^ie .' _ . , . ,e.
• •<: Sarah Wallaco Allen, Suarez. Jr.. and Carole Hope W,l. ^
liams. ' __
Louise Garcia. 3-40; VemoJi'^njce
P:«k, 3.37: Ellen Sue Corbin, 3.31:
Mary Anne Erwin. 3.29: Mar-
shall Owen Stott, 3.28: Beverly
Gayle Shackelford. 3.24: Candace .
Ruth Bunch. 3.23; Linda Do rough.
3.23; Carol Jean Minton. 3.23:
Peggy Dolores WeHs. 3.23; David
.Alien Pfeul. 3.21; Janice Dacy.
Gudbrandur Gisiason. 3.20; Jean
Elizabeth Painter, 3.20: Barbara
Jean Rucker. 3.20; Billy Jim Leon-
ard, 3.18: Marcia Ruth Morgan.
3.18: Craig Kenneth Brown, 3.17:
Terry Eugene Green. 3.17; Edward'
Thomas Fehr, 3.06; Betty Ann
Gyrge. 3.06: Judith Ann Hitt.
3*; Larry Moore. 3.06 and Eva
Arnie Owen, 3.05.
Freshmen with 3.00 averages
are: Sandy Jean Atfkiin. Lewis
Vaughn Allen. Charler.e Copelandr
Ennard G. Doggett, Jr.. Linda Kay
Johnson. Sherry Jean Moore, D> n-
aid Thomas Neuville. Jr.. Robert
C. Sullivan. Jr.. John B. Taylor.
Patricia Ann Thornton c". n j* Pat-
ricia Jean Williams.
nave a test :tr ycu to ta.-:e tnat
will end ail tes's. Teachers are
invited to t&ke i* toe-. Vou will be"
on your honor not to cheat. Sub-
mit your test sheets to the Ram-
bier. The winner will *oe ctws.rtie^i
a prize. There are no tricks.
i'l> Which^do you consider were
more cuike. Caesar apPompey,
or vice versa" 'Be criefj
<21 Which came first, A D. or
B. C.? -Be careful i
(3> Has it ever occurred to you
that the Romans counted
backward? * Be honest)
(41 Would you say that Etheired
the Unready was directly re-
sponsible for the French Rev-
olution? If so. what would
<51 Give the dates of at ieast
three of the following:
a' William the Conqueror
#>yd I 1066
(6> What is a Plan ta genet? Do
(7 > FiU in the names of some of
ci Simon de Montfort
(81 Which would you rather be?
a' Tne Sheriff of Nottingham
b i A weak king
c) Put to the sword
t,9> Describe in excessive detail
the adventures of the Black
Stolen ,arid deranged from thq*
McMurry War Whoop
a * *
At age 20 we don't care what
the world thinks of us; at age
50 we find out it wasn't thinking
of us at all—Ron Coffman
You've heard about the singing
group called "Lady Wild and the
Warlocks." We have th;ught of
a new name for a new group that
might be interested. It s called
"Lady Tame and the Peacecorps."
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