Oral History Collection

MAIN ENTRY: Clewell, Miss Evelyn
DATE OF INTERVIEW: June 6, 1973
LOCATION OF INTERVIEW: Lubbock, Texas
INTERVIEWER: Jeff Townsend
LENGTH OF INTERVIEW: 1 hour, 5 minutes
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE: Miss Evelyn Clewell discusses her 44-year association with Texas Tech.
TAPE ONE, SIDE ONE:
Biographical information given
Came to Texas Tech in 1929
     First worked in the registrar's office
     Dr. Paul Horn's philosophy of education explained
     Comments on growth and strength of the various schools
     Functions of the Registrar's office discussed
     Mentions presence of Greek fraternities
     John C. Granberry controversy recalled
     Lists budget and salary changes  in 1930s
     World War II officer training on campus caused extra
          work in Registrar's office
          Outlines operation of the program on campus
TAPE ONE, SIDE TWO: Work at Texas Tech discussed further
     Early registration system explained
     Miss Mozelle Craddock characterized
     Reviews Dr. William Whyburn's administration
     Praises Lubbock's support of Tech
     Marshall Pennington's contributions summarized
     Examines dormitory building program
     J. Roy Wells and his work evaluated
     Marshall Pennington's work as Business Manager
          discussed further
     Dr. E. N. Jones' administration recalled
     J. Evetts Haley characterized
     Comments on firing of three professors by the Board
     Statement concerning name-change controversy
     Dr. Grover Murray instituted increased involvement of 
          faculty in policy-making
     Functions of the Office of Institutional Research outlined
TAPE TWO, SIDE ONE: Work at Texas Tech discussed further
     Describes problems of assigning space
     Foreign student enrollment has increased
     Speculates on past and future growth of Texas Tech
TAPE TWO, SIDE TWO: Blank
RANGE DATES: 1929-1973
BULK DATES: 1929-1973