Cooking for Jobs
Participants in the chili cook-
off refused to reveal the recipes for their chili, photo by
Recognized as one of the most
popular Spring semester events,
the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Chili Cook-Off took place on
April 17th. All organizations
were invited to participate.
In addition to school organizations, many Houston area
companies were invited to try
their hand at chili cooking so
students would be able to make
job contacts during the Cook-
Judging rules included entry of
a minimum of two gallons of
chili, original recipes, and one-
half of the sales going to IEEE.
In addition to the chili and
booth contests, IEEE scheduled
other contests. These included
volleyball and tug-of-war tournaments, jalapeno eating, three-
legged racing, horseshoes, basketball, and darts. They even
provided a faculty dunking
booth, as well as a car bash.
The event also featured free
soft drinks and beer, as well as
nachos and commemorative t-
shirts for sale. The students' lively mood was kept up with music
from a DJ.
The Cook-Off included chili and booth contests,
volleyball and tug-of-war tournaments,
jalapeno eating, three-legged racing. . .
INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL
AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING — Front: Morgan
Beard, Ron Hemphill, Bobby
Troung, Revin Self, David White,
Terri Coleman, M. F. Islam, Julio
Lara. Back: Mohammed Ajdari, Walter Haskell, Eric Look, Dean Lopez,
Doug Steel, Brian Matler, Huey
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT — Front: Grant Thompson, Gil Katzman, RoseanneJom
Adrien B. South, Nathalie Paravieni, Patricia Zurkowski, David Thomas. Back: Dr. Michael Lefever, Mary "Skip
Britton, Venessa Coleman, Diana Fredulund, Doreen Rice, Dr. Joseph Cioch, Mary Douglas, Mary Tate, Bill Behrens,
Prof. Paul Broten, Robert De Vault.
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