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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. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19509.

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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/19509

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Title Houstonian 1992
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Title Residence Halls
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Transcript STEPS /he front steps of Oberholtzer Hall had become a favorite place to relax and get away from the noise of the interior. Residents sat on the steps that over looked the ivy covered courtyard both during the day and at night. Some residents considered it a great place to study but others, such as, Lisa Allen, a sophmore interior design major, had other ideas. Lisa said, "Whenever I have a creative block I plop myself down 'on the ledge and meditate. Pretty soon I'm as good as new." During the Fall residents could watch the leaves shower over the grey walls of the buildings. During the Winter they could sit on the steps and take shelter from the wind while they waited for family qand friends. mt During ■ the Spring they I could sit and lis- Iten to the birds I chirp among the | new life that was adorning the trees. During the Summer the steps were a haven for students to sit and dry in the shady coolness of the shadows of the building.-Jennifer Van Akin fourth Floor Bates: Ricky Brown, Manuel Medeles, Michelle Walker, Logan Hunter, Marjorie Goodman, Katherine Ritz, Dan malon, Hettie Richardson. Photo by Mark Lacy. Second and Third Floors Oberholtzer: Catherine DeFawn, Julie Cooney, Thu Nguyen, Dolph Chaney, Melody Borman, Scott Newman, Marielle McLaughlin, Anna Beth Browulu, Beth McConnell, Elizabeth Kendall, Scott Winkler, John Murdock, Luis deRios, Christine Caro. Photo by Mark Lacy. 100 Residence Halls! /he Quad Squad nipped Tower Power through four quarters of hard fought flag football, as the Quad defeated the Towers for the fourth straight year, 21-20, in the 26th Annual Beauty Bowl Game. The Beauty Bowl is played every year in Robertson Stadium during Homecoming week. All-female teams square off to defend the honor of their residence halls. The role reversal is complete with all-male cheerleading squads. The event is sponsored by the Residence Halls Association. Just because the teams were composed of women didn't mean that the competition was at all laid back. In fact, both teams were extremely competitive in this gridiron battle. The game was a defensive struggle from the start. Neither team looked like their Run-and- Shoot Cougar counterparts, as both offenses had very little effectiveness passing the football. Both teams moved the ball mostly via the ground, and had trouble sustaining long drives. Senior quarterback Paula Miller broke several big runs in the first half, as the Quad Squad used her big plays to take a close 13-12 half time lead. The defenses really took over in the second half as each team was only able to manage one score apiece still unable to mount long drives. However, the difference proved to be the Quad's two point conversion after their lone score, sealing the 21-20 win.-John Bard /he Quads and The To wers face of f .Photo by Angels Snyder /he Homecoming Drag Queen modestly poses for a shot. Photo by Manuel Esparza \ rhe winning insperation, the men behind the team. Photo by Manuel Esparza. Beauty Bowl 101