L aub Hall-lst Floor
Susan Bellfast, Cindy Amy,
Malani Annamalai, Jane Doe,
Amanda Gwinn. Rod McBane,
Shary Hover, Marcella Webb,
Angela Cowen, Jennifer Thomas,
Kim Pearson, Lee Grooms, Andrea
Bright, John Ross. Chris Williams,
Joel McClesky, Robert Kennedy,
Brandon Humphreys, Chris Fair,
Freddy Saucedo, Shannon Wilkie,
Dave Wilborn, Ruben Cantu,
Mark Burge, Brian Zawistowski,
Ellen Monhart, Lisa Toressani,
Barbara Musser. Joe Geek, Jennifer
Stahl, Michael Patterson,
Stephanie Worth, Tom Lawless,
Ricardo, Enrico Cantu, Chris
Allen, Trey Stephens, Steve
Rathod, Mikal Belicove, Gregory
Ellis, Trent Mitchell, Sara
Dugass.Phofo by Mark lacy.
L aub Hall-2nd Floor
"The Floor Photo Bandits"
(L-R) Michael Patterson and
Scott Eastman. Photo by Mark
x aub Hall-3rd Floor
(L-R) Fran Ind, Vissett Sun,
Amato, Marjorie Goodman,
Jenny Depp, Heatha Lakatos,
Joseph Jones, Eric Ploog, Lee
Bowman, Sharon Clark, Erin
Dietsch, Marcia Kistner, Cary
Thomas, Beth Burns, Jan
Pletsch, Michael Patterson,
Scott eastman, Jeff Kussman,
Debbie Phillips, Connie
Simmons.P/iofo by Mark Lacy.
1 aub Hall-4th Floor
Front: Joyce Wong, Amy
Lindamood, Diana Bischof,
Rhonda West, Renate
John King, Tom Karsten,
Chris Fuchser, Mike Fretz,
Rob Chadwick, Mike
Eastman.P/iofo by Mark Lacy.
What's red, white, and loud?
Did you ever wonder who the group
of red-and-white faced screaming people who ran into the Astrodome before
a University of Houston game were?
You know, the ones chanting cheers
with their faces dressed up in red and
white paint. They called themselves the
Bleacher Creatures, but in reality they
were students from UH.
The Bleacher Creatures were a group
of students who not only made a grand
entrance at every home game, but also
"tailgated" their way to the Astrodome
Once at the dome, they congregated
in section N4 to have their own pre-
David Betcke, president of the organization, said, "Our main purpose
was to bolster attendance at the UH
The creatures generated a lot of
attention and excitement with their
wild mode of dress and strange antics.
"They are so weird; but I'd sure
love to join them!" said Juan
The Bleacher Creature organization was created three years ago by
Betcke and fellow friends. The program has generated much school
spirit as it had intended to do.
Please Don't Move. Students were often seen
<> painting each others faces before a football game.
Photo by Jerry Munoz.
An Enthusiastic Crowd. Two "Bleacher
Creatures" cheer for the Coogs at the Texas Tech
football game. Photo by Jerry Munoz.
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