"The Liquid Blue" entertain UH
students at the "Cycle of Sound"
music festival sponsored by PXA
Phi Chi Alpha, Lanyard servdepartments
A professional organization
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in physical education, Lanyard
ROW: J. Ware. R. Small." BACK ROW: J. Norwood. T. Jopplin,
Serving as the professional
broadcasting fraternity at UH,
Phi Chi Alpha attempted to enlarge the public horizon on the
PXA conducted a pledge class
during the fall semester and cooperated with the news department of KHOU-TV, Channel 11
in covering the 1968 Presidential
The fraternity sponsored two
booths in the Cougar Carnival
in April. One booth demonstrated
TV rating techniques while the
other enabled persons to view
themselves on closed-circuit TV.
served to unite its members in
professional idealism and lasting
The organization held two
meetings a month with one usually devoted to hearing a
Last year Lanyard sent delegates to the Texas Association
of Health, Physical Education,
Socials included a Halloween
party, Christmas reception for
the HPE department and semester get-acquainted parties.
FRONT ROW: P. Berkstrehesser, L. Garrett, T. Ingersoll, S. Hartzell. SECOND ROW:
T. Skinner, C. Bagley, G. Johnston, S. Schreiber. THIRD ROW: S. Harrison, D.
Stephens, S. Zimmer, L. Zwerneman. FOURTH ROW: R. Yeates, D. Sentesi, S. Socha,
B. Briscoe. BACK ROW: K. Cummings, C. Clawson, M. Marti, I). Hemmen, C. Glazener.
FRONT ROW: S. Hartzell, pledge captain; L. Garrett, corresponding secretary; B. Briscoe, vice-president. SECOND ROW: S. Zimmer, historian, C. Bagley, G. Johnston, treasurer. BACK ROW: P.
Berkstresser, president; D. Stephens, parliamentarian; S. Socha.