Sigma Nus Hopper Livingston, Mason Neeley, and Robert Downs race for their plot on
the Carni Gras grounds.
The Sigma Nus, founded in 1869, are still thinking of new things today to
bring fun and excitement to college life at the University of Houston. To prove
this, the Sigma Nus started the "Little 500" bicycle race, which was held in the
spring. Along with the Newman Club and Chi Omega Sorority, the Sigma Nus
won the Senior Week competition and took part in intramurals and Homecoming
Sigma Nus who were outstanding on campus were Tim Wood, president of
Phi Theta Kappa and John Badger, Secretary of the Interfraternity Council. Other
prominent Sigma Nus were Bo Smith, president of Spirits, and Tommy Cammack,
Secretary-treasurer of Spirits.
Social events of the year were the White Rose Formal, the Gambler's Ball, the
Playboy Formal, and the annual Zeta Chi Conference.
Helping to further Sigma Nu success were Bo Smith, president; Tommy Bryan,
vice-president; Steve Chitwood, secretary; and Wayne Hancock, treasurer. Other
officers were John Groves, Historian.
Judi Cerny accepts roses from Sigma Nu President Bo Smith as
"Girl of the Month."
Kendella Baker, Sweetheart
CARR, Fred Jr.
CASAS, Johnny Jr.
COLLIER, Boyd III
GARRETT, Eugene Jr.