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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 29, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19494.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19494

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Title Residence Halls
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Transcript Honors 5very spring the University Honors Program hosts what has become a tradition in its' finest form. This year's "Spatula Night" was ashow that allowed honors students to compete among themselves as well as show off their hidden abilities. It was April 9 and over two dozen individuals were involved in its' presentation, while an audience of just under a hundred residents attended. The show ran for over three hours because of the number of acts involved and the number of encores performed. The talent included classical, contemporary and even humor- _jm^mH ous musical per- fformances as well as oral interpretations of student's original poetry and prose works and a stand-up comedy routine. John Covey received the first prize for his viola playing, which the judges gave a perfect score. Second prize went to Dolph Chaney 1 who played acoustic guitar and sang an original song, f and the humor- ous "George / Bush Song" *^ v earned third prize for John Covey, - Martin Vidal i F- fourth Floor South: Teri Jefferson, Madeline Rhodes, Vette Ferguson, Paula Bokamper, Dianne Armistead, Kimjada Rice, Nicki Sterling, Sandra Gonzalez, Diana Quintanilla, Gaby Salinas, Maxine Donovan. Photo by Mark Lacy. ^ifth Floor South: Adam Hogan, Derrick Sanders, Dward Darjean, Matt Tidwell, Syed Jamil, David Bazan, James Kirk, James Greer, Duane Dixon, Stephen Shepard, Whal Jang, Daniel Reinhard,Kevin Mc GarrelL David Thompson. Photo by Mark Lacy. 74 Residence Halls ^e&idertfo *?tta6e Sottden 'pace*, *Pay 0$ A was friday night, you were broke and what was worse you were boooooored to tears by The Fall Guy and Star Trek reruns. What was a resident to do? Well...if you were an informed resident you could have sauntered over to the O.B. Ballroom and won some cash February 28, especially around say 8pm to 10pm. That's right cash. No this has nothing to do with drugs or exposing your body before hundreds of people. This has to do with a game called You Laugh, You Lose. The event was funded funded and organized by QPB in conjunction with SPB. Student's names were drawn randomly from a hat and asked to compete. Three comedians then attempted to make the students laugh. When the contestants made it through a comedian without laugh ing, they spun the wheel to win cash. You were required to sit in the "hot seat" for sixty seconds and the time was kept by three judges chosen by the contestant. After each spin a contestant had to chose whether to keep the money they have won up to a point, or to risk the money by challenging another comic for a chance to win another spin at the wheel. The student who accumulated the most money within a maximum of three spins won a chance at the Bonus Spin, at no risk to their prev ions winnings, and a chance to win up to one hundred dollars in bonus dollars. All contestants received a "You Laugh, You Lose " t-shirt. Noel Stone, a Towers resident said, "It was the easiest forty dollars I've ever made". "Easy" was perhaps too hasty a word to some. - Jennifer Van Akin /j/idi Sahae sits helplessly in the hot seat under the control of this comedian's quirks and perks. Photo by Noel Stone. m ith this expression no wonder this resident walked away with some cold cash. Photo by Noel Stone. ^ixth Floor South: Michelle Haynes, Valerie Shankle, Dawn Parish, Heather Allen, Leanna Scott, Jennifer Woolsey, Lisa Floyd, Aseena Shroff, Taylor Graves, Segay Simmons, Shanna Ellis, Allison Brymar. Photo by Mark Lacy.