Zeta Tau Alpha
Sue Ann Baranski congratulates Brent Allen after he was
named "Zeta Man" at the Candlelight Ball.
To a Zeta—happiness was winning first place in
sorority women's scholarship, first place in Sigma
Chi Derby Day, and five Zeta's being named Vanity
Fair beauties, including Miss Houstonian.
Highlighting the Zeta calendar was the Christmas
Party for the mentally retarded children; the Candlelight Ball held at the Petroleum Club in March
where Brent Allen was introduced as "Zeta Man."
Zetas combined cooperative efforts were complemented by the following individual achievements:
Carolyn Meyer, UH Outstanding Coed, Who's
Who, Top Ten Student, Homecoming Princess,
Sparks, Cap and Gown, Dean's List; Prissy Chambers, Sparks, Phi Theta Kappa, Dean's List; Bonnie
Strader, Who's Who, APO Sweetheart, Dean's
List, Sparks; Susan Cross, Cheerleader, Miss Houstonian, Cougar Calendar; Nancy Ainsworth, Golf
Queen; Lida Light, Sigma Chi Chapter and Province Sweetheart, Sparks, Best Dressed Finalist,
Cougar Calendar, Golf Queen finalist.
Also, Sue Clark, Phi Kappa Theta Sweetheart,
Best Dressed Coed finalist, Golf Queen finalist,
Cougar Calendar; Gigi Deering, Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sweetheart, Cougar Calendar; Sandy Krell, Top
Ten Beauty, Bluebonnet Bowl Princess, Cougar
Calendar; Linda Barker, Delta Sigma Phi sweetheart; Lynn Stephenson, ROTC Sponsor, Dean's List,
Golf Queen finalist; Dean's List also included Pat
Curry, Ann Culpepper, Lynda Higgins, Barbara
Jean Gregg, and Kathy Hill. Sparks tapped Lynda
Higgins, Jacque Deering, Pat Curry, Ann Culpepper, Kathy Hill, and Becky Lowe. Other Vanity
Fair beauties included Sandy Shumate, Sara Williams, and Linday Burkstaller.
Leaders of the shield and crown this year were:
Carolyn Meyer, president; Jackie Scott, vice president; Prissy Chambers, secretary; Carol Welch,
treasurer; Peggy Doornbos, historian.
Mary Lynn Parke presents the Sorority Scholarship Trophy
to Pat Curry at the Panhellenic luncheon.
Lida Light completes her lap
gracefully slips off the bike.
the Bike Race and then