Copy sheets spread throughout the office . . . "where's my grease pencil" (or
scissors or ruler or pencil) ... the bridge table in the office disguised as a desk
... the outbreaks of temper my staff had to withstand . . . many days of fun and
work . . . many nights of working in the office ... are all over now, as we present the 1963 HOUSTONIAN to you. Reflecting the events on the campus, the
HOUSTONIAN has attempted to capture the spirit of the University of
Houston. Now the last page has been sent to the printer. My job is finished. But
I need to acknowledge the many people who help put out the 1963 HOUSTONIAN.
Charlie Sicola, associate editor, whom I fussed at for not doing anything, but
did a marvelous job in the end.
Jim Kadlecek, advertising manager, who never minded doing extra work for
Mike Cook, photography editor, who was the most dependable person on the
Annette Atkinson, college life editor, who worked tirelessly on every section
of the book.
Melinda McDaniel, organizations editor, always ready to learn and work.
Karl O'Quinn, sports editor, who never seemed to be working, but finished
Sarah Coffman, Vanity Fair editor, who did an excellent job.
people like Jim Murillo, Gaylord Finley, Marcia Peterson, Carole Park, Judie
Smith, Martha and Kenny Kethan, Joel Cohn and many others who helped
Gladys Brown, who worked on each section of the book,
my parents, who understood why their daughter was never home,
staff photographers, especially Ray Blackstone.
Dr. Nicholson and his office.
Farris Block and the office of Information, especially Ray Blackstone and
Ted Nance and the people in the Athletic department.
Bishop Photographers, responsible for the class and Greek pictures.
D-Eon Priest and Martin Hamilton of Taylor Publishing Company, who were
always ready to solve any problem.
. Mr. Strader, who was always there to help.
, Mrs. MV," handling many, many things for me.
Don, who understood the time and energy that I had to put into the HOUSTONIAN.
and many, many more who helped produce the 1963 HOUSTONIAN. It has been
a memorable and rewarding year. I hope that this book is among the best.
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY