Rebecca Zubik -- Lee College Dance Group
LC Has Dance Group The Lee Lovelies is a newly formed Lee College dance group that performs at the half-times of all home basket* ball games for the Rebels. The 17 girls' uniforms are versatile in appearance each week. They have red satin uniforms, white vests, white hats with red pompons and leather boots. They also use various props. The dance team includes Karen Karen Allen, captain; Carol Hanson, Hanson, Marilyn Hoskins and Mary Ostermayer, lieutenants. Members are Aileen Douglass, Douglass, Janie York Kay Turner, Jonnie Crawford, Dianna Middleton, Middleton, Kathy Hobbs, Kay Corbell, Corbell, Jacki White, Patsy Brooks, Cheri Turner, Terrye Scott, Judy Thomas and Becki Zubik. | GUESTS Ross S. Sterling High School was the first school to visit the Lee College basketball games as invited guests this season. Smiley, La Porte and Hull- Daisetta visited Saturday night's game. Refreshments were served in Moler Hall after the game. The program of high school visitation to the games was begun begun by the Education Information Information Committee, under the direction direction of Ed Moak, to introduce introduce area students to the col white patent ege. On Dec. 7, Crosby High School students will be guests Robert E. Lee High Schoo students will attend on Dec. 9 and on Dec. 13, North Shore will be invited. On these dates all students from these schools will be ad mil ted free of charge. Other schools will be announ ced in the spring. LYCEUM At 9:20 a.m. Tuesday, Nov 30, Judge Andrew Jeffersor Bruce Roush, dance instruc tor, directs the group. Practice is done in and outside of class DRAMA Delta Psi Omega is rehearsing rehearsing for the upcoming produc tion, ''Little Murders" by Jules Feiffer to be presented at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3 and 4 and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5. Crew heads for the show have been working to get everything in order. These are John Boyer, set crew head; Bobby Sharp, assistant set head; Cindy Atkins, costumes; Laura Billingsley, make-up; Kathy Wells, props; Rita Ryan, student assistant; Tommy Tommy Reagan, student director; Dan Mendoza, technical director; director; P. J. McClendon, art consultant. consultant. The play is under the direction direction of Thurman E. Rowlett Jr. FILM SERIES The Fine Art Film Series will present its next film, "Ox Bow Incident," at 7 p.m. Dec. 9. The films are free to the public. public. Other films planned in the near future are "Seventh Â·Seal," "Twelve Angry Men" and "Magnificent Amber- sons." , The series is sponsored by 'the Communication Department. Department. from Houston Domestic Rela tions Court will speak. Classes will be dismisse from that time until 10:40 a.m HOLIDAY No classes will be held Thursday or Friday of this #eti due to the Thanksgiving ioUdays. TALENT SHOW The Interracial Relation! Club is sponsoring a talent show at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1 in Maude Moler Hall. Auditions were held Tuesday. Tuesday. Admission to the show a 50 and everyone is invited. CIRCLE K The Circle K sponsored a turkey turkey shoot on campus this week. Contestants paid 25 cents to shoot and got six tries. First prize was a turkey and BB gun. Second prize was a turkey or a gun. FILMS The Student Government- sponsored film series will present present "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" as the next film to be shown in the series. It will be shown at 7 p.m. Jan. 20 in the Walter Rundell Hall Auditorium. Auditorium. GOLF This year's golf team includes includes Collier Nolle, Mike Cegielski, Cegielski, Gregg Lewis, Donald Wotipka and Paul Paradowski Benny Moskowitz is thei coach. They attended a tournamen in Ellington Field on Sunday. On Monday and Tuesday they competed against the University University of Houston freshman golfers and San Jacinto Junior College. TOURNAMENT Coach Benny Moskowitz is eager to see any student who wishes to participate in the Association of College Unions- nternational Intercollegiate Games Tournament. It will be held at the University University Center on the University of Houston campus on Feb. 17,18 and 19. Moskowitz hopes to enter several students in each of ttie events. The events are billiards, bowling, table tennis, bridge and chess. Housing accommodations HM Cover Panel Named .. SHEREE MONTGOMERY Horic* MÂ»nn Junior School Â· the Highlands Junior School gym. Larry Tuck has been chosen as one of the five students along with five teachers to judge and select a cover for the Horace Mann Junior Schoo! annual. Other students on this com mittee are Karen Barker Terry Coker, Paula Herring and Tracye Isenberg. Mrs. Alice Korthauer an nounced at the last Studen Council meeting that Februarj has been tentatively set as th deadline for the annual. CONTEST are available for the tournament. tournament. PLAY DAY LC attended the Fall Sports Day of Gulf Coast Junior College College Intercollegiate Conference Conference held at Brazosport College College on Nov. 17. LC brought home the team championship with the help of the 34 students that attended. LC had 57 points. Galveston Community College, 33; Alvin JUNIOR College, 32; Brazos- port College had 25 and College College of the Mainland had 3. LC took first place in volleyball. volleyball. It took first and second women's singles in table tennis with students Sang Chavason, foreign student from Thailand, Both girls placed in the com- peu'u'on. MATH Mrs. Barbara Gulp's sixth grade math classes have been drawing geometric figures. Some of these are on display in the front hall. This week the classes have been doing tetrahedrans, hexa- hedrans, octahedrans and dodecahedrans of straw. MANN MEDLEY Suzy Burnett, is it blue? ... Don Gartner forgets all about the tooth fairy . .. Robin Perkins Perkins tries to be neighborly Pam Eberly writes a note to the first chair cornet player. Bobby Guenther reads new fashions Gerald Dickens Cheryl Forque and Tammy mo dels his streaked wig . Sharp, two HMJS twirlers ( R ona id Cox attempts to teach entered a twirling contest held] the school song. and Fusayo Fukado from Japan Japan competing. Pat Makkaraja- roenmongkol placed second in men's singles in table tennis. Karen Kloesel won second place in women's archery; Vivial Taylor, third and Susan Ziegler, fourth. Larry Manning took first men's archery. Ralph Lowery won second and Erwin Davis, third. Those who won in badmitton were Kathy Williamson, Kathy Fanestiel, Sang Chavason, Petra Washburn, Ronald Montgomery and John Morgan, Morgan, James Rozell and Halford. Darrel Sillern, James Rozell and Larry Anderson won in weightlifting field. Mrs. Gertrude Lyon and Moskowitz went with the students. students.