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Houstonian 2004 - Organizations. 2004. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 3, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/16858/show/16740.

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(2004). Houstonian 2004 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/16858/show/16740

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Title Houstonian 2004
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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  • Houston, Texas
Date 2004
Description This edition of the Houstonian, published in 2004, is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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Transcript University of Houston's Shotokan Karate-Do club was founded some twenty five years antecedent in 1978 by Uh alum chief instructor Deddy Mansyur and is associated with the Shotokan Karate-Do International Federation which has over two million members in over 100 countries around the world. The UH based organization is comprised of an apportionment that ranges from freshmen to graduate level students, faculty staff and alumni. Members' skill levels extend from one end of the spectrum as apprentice, whose ambition paves the way to the next where their dexterity and talents are perfected, through the physical, mental and spiritual training attributed to the art of Karate-Do. The club has produced several state, regional and national champions over its quarter of a century in existence. The organization's energy or "chi" (as chief Shotokan instructor Deddy Mansyur would say) multiplied in size and power as its allotment grew. Although advances have been made to the club's appearance, its core format has held steadfast throughout the life of the organization as well as in the lives of its members. Karate-Do has rules, regulations, etiquettes and principles to coincide with the training. Mansyur said, "We have five principles you have to live with everyday One to seek perfection of character. Two to be faithful. Three to endeavor. Four to respect others and five to refrain from violent behavior." A vast majority of those who assemble Karate-Do retain their membership post graduation, telling Shotokan instructors that due to training, members achieve and procure more than a youthful balancing measure. The readiness secured by the Karate-Do's faction furnishes evidence of an abundant devotion for their sport coupled with the aptness to manage their time wisely Mansyur said, "From their Karate training, they gain energy confidence, education and discipline which they are able to apply toward their family and social lives." -Jessica Brown 114 Organizations Center: Junior Business major Mimi Hoang blocks a kick being delivered by Sensei Deddy Mansyur. Left: Sensei Deddy Mansyur and assistant instruc Ken Sax demonstrate blocking techniques to the class. All photos by Houstonian staff