Program Council First
In Campus Entertainment
ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE, LEFT TO RIGHT: First Row — Austin Cooper, Advisor; Nina Uzick, Fine Arts; Dale Freeman, Forum; Steve Lawler, Entertainment; Judith Abbott, Advisor; Martha Roco,Special Events; Second Row — Jim Whitehead, Advisor; Jay Porter, Advisor; Allison Korn, Films; Janice
Schiffman, Secretary; Georgia Ozier, Treasurer; Carol McConnell, Coffeehouse; Ann Sartor, Advisor; Third Row — Dalis Allen, Vice-President; Jack Henry,
President; Ben Pfeffer, Publicity; Dennis Keith, Recreation. Not pictured: Barb Chaffee, Travel; Larry Markley, Dorothy Flemming, Joe Blair, Advisors.
The adage, "never a dull moment," could well have been
coined for Program Council. Program Council is the organization chiefly responsible for programming the majority of
entertainment happenings for the campus. Events range
from sponsoring a group trip to Acapulco to arranging a
kinetic art display.
Committees number eleven: Coffeehouse, Entertainment,
Films, Fine Arts, Forum, Hospitality, Publicity, Recreation,
Special Events and Travel. Membership is solely volunteer
and open to students of all majors.
Based in the Campus Activities Office of the University
Center, the PC office is rarely without activity. Members
are given first-hand experience in booking, advertising,
sales and presentation of a program.
Daniel Ellsberg, the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, San-
tana, Virgil Fox and the Heavy Organ, the Portable Circus
and Stevie Wonder are only a handful of the celebrities
who appeared on campus during the 1972-73 year through
the efforts of PC members.
Weekly entertainment in the Coffeehouse of the University Center and a regular on-campus film series were also
Special events such as UH Night at Astroworld and UH
Aeros Hockey Night provided additional economical relaxation for students.
And The Beat Goes On