Tau Kappa Epsilon
The Interfraternity Council's Scholarship trophy and the Songfest Cooperation Trophy were Tau Kappa Epsilon's reward for their efforts in the
1964-65 academic year. Both of these awards were presented during the
Greek Week Festivities.
The University of Houston Epsilon Omicron Chapter is one of the two
hundred and one chapters of the largest national social fraternity. Members
strive to build leadership and brotherhood.
Participation in campus activities also highlighted the year for the Tekes.
They participated in Homecoming, intramurals, and UH Rodeo.
Officers elected for the 1964-65 school year were Dennis Pang, President;
Ronald Etzel, Vice-President; Richard Smith, Secretary; John Thoma, Treas«
urer; Neil Sims, Historian, and Don Whisenand, Pledge Trainer.
Beverlye Pinion, Sweetheart
Tekes win the Scholarship Award given by the Interfraternity