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LAURA ELIZABETH (BETTYE) 
FAULK Editor-in-Chief 

A. J. (BUD) TOOLE 
Associate Editor 

HENRY BALLARD RAINBOW 

Editorial Assistant 

LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR. 

General Manager 

FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY 

Business Manager 

MARGUERITE FREEMAN 

Production Manager 

PUBLISHED BY THE TEXAS STUDENT 

PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 










75th ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNSVERSITY OF TiXAS 





OLDEN notes floating out over the breeze, coming to greet 
you in a filled classroom, or during that coffee break at 
Home Drug, or perhaps rousing you from late morning 
slumber . . . 

Ornate iron hands counting ofF the minutes, hours, days, weeks, 
months, years of your stay at the University . . . 

Orange and white lights shining with your reflected pride at 
Longhorn victories, or with your sad or regretful remembrance of 
commemorative events . . . 

A tall, slender, weather-stained, time-scarred Tower, throwing its 
majestic shadow over your life on the Forty Acres giving strength, 
inspiration, hope, comfort to you during your stay on campus . . . 

HE YEAR 1957-58 has passed in a calm, yet significant, way. 
It was in this year that The University of Texas celebrated 
its seventy-fifth year as an institution of higher learning. 
Conferences and convocations have provided study and decision 
concerning its future a future which will include not only aca- 
demic progress, but also more serious interest in extracurricular 
activity. 

This year has seen a tradition pass away when the Round-Up 
Parade was abolished, and a new one become firmly entrenched 
the Charros Annual Rodeo. 

It has seen an underdog Longhorn eleven come from a predicted 
cellar position to rate second in the Conference, and receive a 
Sugar Bowl bid. 

It has seen its host of professors and staff members don colorful 
robes to walk with students and laymen in an academic procession 
up the steps of the Main Building for the convocation of the 75th 
Year. 

It has seen hasty ten o'clock trips to Dirty's for some before-cur- 
few refreshment. 

It has seen playful students picnicking at Bull Creek while anxi- 
ously awaiting the opening of Barton Springs (which never quite 
made it due to Mother Nature's floods.) 

It has seen you, the students, working day and night for fra- 
ternities and sororities, professional and social societies, religious 
activities, student government committees, student publications, and 
studies. 

It has seen mid-term come, and finals go it has seen students 
come, and students go. 

These, and many other events, have been captured in the 1958 
CACTUS. While the ink is still drying, reality has become a mem- 
ory; and through the years as you leaf through your book, may the 
memories whether fond or sad bring to mind your life on the 
Forty Acres. 





The 75th Anniversary 6 

Administration 17 

AJCADEMIC 

Graduates and Seniors 33 

Juniors 79 

Sophomores 97 

Freshmen 113 

Honorary, Service and Professional Groups 131 

Aj CTIVITIES 

Sweetheart 170 

Bluebonnet Belles 1 76 

Outstanding Students 188 

Goodfellows 194 

Awards 201 

Sororities 205 

Fraternities 243 

Athletics 303 

Intramurals 348 

CjAMPUS 

Student Government 362 

Publications 374 

Dormitories and Co-Operatives 381 

Features 403 

Organizations 451 

Military 501 

Index 525 

Advertising 527 




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A.CK IN 1838 an idea was born. In 1883 bricks ami mortar 
added to that idea, and ''Old Main" was erected on a [i 
acre plot to house the 22! studenu. Right .M four 

,tb that were first pan a ^entity of i 

Those wcrr the days of the horse and bugey. Dapper Dans 
arrived in colorful vests, buttor 
mspect tin- young ladies of the day, dressed in ankle i 

mmed hats and fluffy pa- 

Although Round-Up presentation of a sweetheart was unheard of at 
this time, outstanding b featured m the CACTI,' S as cariv 

as 1907. 

In 1908. the University cdrbratrfl 
Slate of Texas. 'I his was a time oi 

;iot only of thr i the State and 

This was> the. lime, too, oi ii-re up N 

fellow named Henry Ford had a >' around an 

internal combustion engine, and revolutionized :he country. 

It was not at all unu> in a Model T humping 

down the street at the si; 
to keep down the smoke and keep up 

ii'ss carriages revolutionized ; recrea- 

tion of strolimi? with a guy or gal around the Perip, * com- 

pletely encircling the origin;)'! ! i trip* 

to Dillingham's Pasture or Hamilton's Pool. 

As s-K-ial life changed, ' iid sports. 1 

'.jm took the Held for the Longhorns, Memorial Stadium was 
built to house ath!; More ol an ' than 

iil field, th: null loctay. 

n'st in the Southwest, and oil- 
lighted in the j. 

i vear.s follow- d, Si-cin^ the University expand 
and instruction. 

.it of the I 

iii-n Anni versa: y. Fifty loot? wars bad , 

September of 1883, when . doors for h. 

During these years, the school weathered a bar tie to h 
: to a tract of land near the present Tom Miller D; 
struction of Littiefield 1 

n of traditions which 

standin. of the 

.nig, staadardi/ir.;- ''ing, and many (, 



own from a western wi] 
lanking high in oil prodii. 

Dark clouds of n 
i of tlie 1 

v.rectcd into battle fhan-- 
The raisina of the Arn 

With the war at an end. prosperity proved to be just arour.d the pro- 
verbial corner. New (<-* ' "i the 

:hc Pacitit a oev, 

More and move souk-rus, hii;h-t-h-.>oi gradufttrs- and vftcrans under ll'.f 

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.: a kin^rit'i- 

^ Miboiic year. It is the 75th 1 - 
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The Tower, symbol oi all phases of The 


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EVENTY-FIVE YEARS have rolled over The Uni- 
versity of Texas since its inception in 1883, but not 
without leaving their mark. 

During those years, the dusts of time, and the halting wheels 
of progress have blended to carve out the 1958 face of the 
University a face of granite, stone, and steel ; of green lawns 
and leafy trees; of people: students, faculty, administrators, 
and laymen; of humor and pathos; of change, symbolically 
represented by the flower bed on the West Mall that is re- 
planted with new life twice yearly; of new ideas replacing the 
old that haven't stood the test of time; of scientific and tech- 
nological advances; of literary and artistic accomplishments 
a face of character. 

But the extent to which these years have carved cannot be 
measured alone in new buildings and green lawns the in- 
tangibles, the abstracts, the ideas must be evaluated in still 
another way. These must be evaluated in terms of their effect 
over the next 25 years. 






To carry out this evaluation in accordance with the 75th 
Year Observance at the University, several committees and 
conferences have been appointed: General Co-ordinators, 
Faculty-Staff Steering Committee, Committee of 75, Confer- 
ence on Expectations for the Main University, Conference on 
Texas, Conference on Issues 'Facing the State University, and 
student workshop groups. 

Administrative responsibility for the Observance is in the 
hands of Dr. L. D. Haskew, Vice-President for Developmental 
Services of the University. Co-ordination of activities is pro- 
vided under the direction of William D. Blunk, executive 
director, and Roy Gates, assistant executive director. 

To these men fell the job of co-ordinating all aspects of 
the vast 75th Year Program. Although public funds are not 
available for the 75th Year Observance, expenses incurred 
are paid by an appropriation from a University trust fund, 
and from contributions of individuals, corporations, and 
foundations. 

(Continued on Page 10) 




THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE OF 75 

Standing, Left to Right: Rex G. Baker, General James E. Taylor, Allan Shivers. Wales Madden. Jr.. and R. Wright Armstrong. 
Seated, Left to Right: Judge Dudley K. Woodward, Jr., Chairman, Judge Rucl C. Walker, Vice-Chairman; and Mrs. Margaret Batts 
Tobin. 

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Dr. W. J. Adkins, Laredo 

R. Wright Armstrong, Fort Worth 

John F. Ayres, Port Arthur 

Rex G. Baker, Houston 

A. R. Bivins Amarillo 

Richard W. Blalock, Marshall 

Julian A. Borschow, El Paso 

Ralph E. Bullington, Wichita Falls 

Waggoner Carr, Lubbock 

Dr. H. F. Connally, Jr., Waco 

Joe T. Cook, Mission 

Jack V. Curlin, El Paso 

Leroy G. Denman, Jr.. San Antonio 

Dr. Kleberg Eckhardt, Corpus Christi 

Judge James Elkins, Houston 

Stanley M. Erskine, Midland 

Harvey Gaylord, Fort Worth 

The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Vincent M. 

Harris, Galveston 
Houston Harte, San Angelo 
George P. Hill, Fort Worth 
Mrs. Oveta Gulp Hobby, Houston 
Dr. W. V. Houston. Houston 
Dr. Frank W. R. Hubert, Orange 
Senator Hubert R. Hudson, 

Brownsville 
Ed Idar, Jr., Laredo 
The Rt. Rev. Everett H. Jones, 

San Antonio 
Herman Jones, Austin 
Lawrence B. Jones, Dallas 
Abraham Kazen, Jr., Laredo 
Dr. R. W. Kimbro, Cleburne 
L. F. McCollum, Houston 
John W. McCullough, Galveston 
G. L. MacGregor, Dallas 
Dan McKnight, Rocksprings 
A. G. McNeese, Jr., Houston 
Wales Madden, Jr., Amarillo 
Sherman A. Miles, Corsicana 
Richard Miller, El Paso 
Dan Moody, Austin 
Dr. Hollis A. Moore. Tyler 
Dr. John D. Moseley, Sherman 
Mrs. Mary Moody Northen, Galveston 
Dr. L. S. Gates, Center 
Rabbi Levi A. Olan, Dallas 
N. R. Parsons, Fort Worth 
Dr. Herbert Poyner, Houston 
Charles X. Prothro, Wichita Falls 
Smith R. Reynolds, Jr., Tyler 
Mrs. Lem Scarbrough, Austin 
Tom Scaly, Midland 
Dr. William D. Seybold, Houston 
Allan Shivers, Austin 
Carroll D. Simmons. Houston 
John D. Simpson, Austin 
Edward W. Smith. Lubbock 
Charles A. Spears. Sherman 
Dr. H. W. Stilwell, Texarkana 
P. K. Stubblefield, Victoria 
L. P. Sturgeon, Austin 
A. M. G. Swcnson, Stamford 
General James E. Taylor, Austin 
Mrs. Margaret Batts Tobin, 

San Antonio 
Mrs. Ben F. Vaughan, Jr., 

Corpus Christi 
Claude W. Voyles, Austin 
Judge Ruci C. Walker, Austin 
Charles B. Wallace, Dallas 
David M. Warren, Panhandle (de- 
ceased ) 

Dr. R. T. Weber, Austin 
C. C. Welhausen, Yoakum 
Dr. R. L. Williams, Corpus Christi 
George Williamson, Jr., Jacksonville 
Dudley K. Woodward, Jr., Dallas 
Don Woolen, Abilene 
Dr. H. Arthur Zappe, Mineral Wells 



Dr. L. D. Haskew, Vice- 
President for Develop- 
mental Services and Ad- 
ministrator for the 75th 
Observance. 








Left to Right: Rex G. Baker and General James E. Taylor, Chairman and Vice- 
Chairman of The Committee of 75. 



Standing: Roy Gates, As- 
sistant Executive Di- 
rector of the 75th Ob- 
servance. 

Seated: William D. 
Blunk, Executive Di- 
rector of the 75th Ob- 
servance. 



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(Continued from Page 8) 

To assist in policy-making and planning, a Faculty-Staff Steering Com- 
mittee was appointed. Under their direction, numerous faculty, staff, stu- 
dent, and lay action committees were formed and are operating. 

Realizing that personal involvement is the key to the development of 
widespread proprietary interest in the University on the part of the citizens 
of Texas, the Board of Regents in early 1957 appointed a citizens' commit- 
tee The Committee of 75. 

This Committee is composed of 75 leading Texas citizens representing 
all state senatorial districts and comprising a virtual cross-section of Texas 
interests business, industrial, professional, and geographic. Their job is to 
chart the future course for the University during the next 25 years, through 
investigation, deliberation, and advice. Heading the Committee is Chairman 
Rex G. Baker of Houston, and General James E. Taylor, vice-chairman, 
of Austin. 

An Executive Committee was set up to serve as the managerial group 
for the Committee's operation. The Committee's undertakings were then 
divided into six major areas: the mission of The University of Texas System, 
the quality of operation to be sought, the scope and size of the University 
System, developmental policies, implementation for the goals ultimately 
decided upon, and agreement upon and production of the final report. 

To work in these areas, four Task 
Forces were constructed, each with a 
different area to investigate and 
evaluate. The final report itself is to 
be an all-Committee project. 

Conclusions reached by this Com- 
mittee will affect the entire Univer- 
sity System which in 1956 became 
the fourth largest in the nation. 
These conclusions will affect a Uni- 
versity with an endowment now ex- 
ceeding that of any other college or 
university, and a physical 
plant worth more than 67J/2 
million dollars. 

A committee with its 
sights on a more narrow, 
but nevertheless, important 
area is the Conference on 
Expectations, made up of 
118 lay, 50 faculty, and 23 
students. Their job is to ex- 
amine closely the Main Uni- 
versity in Austin. 

Members of the Confer- 
ence were appointed to 
work groups to investigate 
six major areas of concern: 
faculty and staff, conditions 
under which faculty and 
staff serve, students, per- 



President Wilson delivers his address on the approaching 
horizons for the University. 



A flow sheet of thr 
the 75th 



Dr. Harry Huntt Ransom, Main University Vice-President 
and Provost, awards Carroll Ann Hodges the symbolic 75,000th 
degree. 






sonal services to students, facilities, and psychological 
climate in which the University operates. Report of this 
Committee goes to both the University administration 
and the Committee of 75. 

The Conference on Texas, held in April, met to assess 
the human, material, and cultural resources of the State 
at the present time, and to project future developments 
in these areas. This tied together the role of The Uni- 
versity of Texas in the future of 
the State. 

Another study conference Con- 
ference on Issues'Facing the State 
University to be held in Novem- 
ber will bring some 60 education 
leaders from all interests, back- 
grounds, and points of view, to dis- 
cuss the educational issues of our 
time. 

One other phase of this 75th 
Year Observance the student 
viewpoint was handled through 
student 75th Year Workshops on a 
wide range of subjects: physical 
plant, Greek system, independent 
students, faculty and staff needs; 
school spirit; and many more. 

Reports from these groups were 
made in early March, to the Con- 
ference on Expectations. During 
the coming year, elaborate plans 
have been laid to continue work 
on the needs uncovered in these 
reports, by a 75th Year Implemen- 
tation Committee. 

This isn't all the 75th Year Story, 
however. As with any observance 
or celebration, there are some of 
the trimmings and trappings. 

There is the 75th Year signet to 
be used on letterheads, envelopes, 
brochures, and postage-meter ad- 
vertisements on millions of letters. 
The four U. S. Post Offices in Aus- 
tin are using a canceling mark with the wording, "Uni- 
versity of Texas, 75th Year, 1883-1958." 

There are exhibits, both on- and off-campus, with the 
possibility of a State Fair exhibit. 

There are in-person speaking appearances of faculty, 
staff, students, ex-students, and Committee of 75 mem- 
bers. 

There is a specially designed 75di Year Flag, which 
was raised amid bursts of cannon fire from Old Smokey 
at the 75th Year Convocation and Academic Procession 
which officially opened the 75th Year on January 10, 
1958. 



And there is the awareness of the importance of the 
75th Year that has been created in the minds of the 
men and women of the State. 

This, then, is The University of Texas Storv. 75th 
Year. 1958. 

But, it is not the last chapter of that story by any 
means. Many hundreds and thousands of hours will be 
consumed in putting the words and ideas of hundreds 
ople on tons of paper before the moving hand 
writes finis to this storv. 



Faculty members march in the processional of the Januar) 

fnr thf 71th War Ohsfrvanrc 





A luncheon is enjoyed in the Union Building Ballroom follow- 
ing the Convocation ceremonies. 



Dr. Malcolm Macdonald holds the mace made especially 
for the 75th Year of The University of Texas. 



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APPROACHING HORIZONS 

(Excerpts from a speech made by Judt;e Rut'l C. Walker at the Convocation of 
the 75th Year of The University of Texas) 




URING the coming months the eyes of Texans every- 
where will be focused on this, their State University. 
For the design of the future is being drafted, to the 
end that twenty-five years hence this institution will have as- 
sumed its intended place among the world's great centers of 
learning. There is good reason to believe that this high goal 
will be achieved. 

The ties of memory and devotion span both time and dis- 
tance. Today the farflung family and friends of The University 
join hands with us across the years and around the world as 
we honor a beloved institution for its lasting contributions to 
the welfare and progress of mankind. They share with us pride 
in the accomplishments of the past and hopes and dreams of 
the future. 

The history of The University cannot be viewed apart from 
the history of Texas, for the threads of one are woven into the 
fabric of the other. Through this fabric run two threads or 
trends that have had an important bearing on the development 
of the institution and the State. The first of these is the 
enormous growth in population which Texas has experienced 
from the days of the Republic to the present time. And with 
each passing year an ever-increasing proportion of the popula- 
tion has been attending institutions of higher learning. Paral- 
leling this growth in population has been a steadily expanding 
economy accompanied by a shift from an agricultural to an 
industrial base. During most of the years the history of The 
University has been characterized by a constant struggle to 
meet the educational needs of this growing population and 
changing and expanding economy. 

In the beginning, friends of public higher education must 
have felt there might never be a state university in Texas. The 
first bill to incorporate The University of Texas was introduced 
shortly after the Declaration of Independence. It got through 
one reading. In 1838 President Mirabeau B. Lamar submitted 
to the Congress of the infant Republic his memorable message 
from which the motto of The University was later selected. 
"Cultivated mind is the guardian genius of democracy, and 
while guided and controlled by virtue, the noblest attribute of 
man. It is the only dictator that freemen acknowledge, and the 
only security which freemen desire." Congress responded by- 
setting aside lots in the new capital city for the site of a uni- 
versity and appropriated some 220,000 acres of public land for 
the endowment of two institutions of high learning. But more 
than forty eventful years were to pass before The University 
of Texas became a reality. 




FTER the State was admitted to the Union, a statute 
was enacted which specifically provided for the estab- 
lishment of a university, but before it could be carried 
into effect the nation was torn by a bitter and destructive civil 
war. Finally in 1876 our present Constitution was adopted. It 
directed the Legislature as soon as practicable to establish and 
provide for the support of a university of the first class to be 
located by a vote of the people and styled "The University of 
Texas." It also set aside an additional million acres of public- 
land for the endowment and sup|X>rt of the new institution, 
directed that no general revenue funds should ever be used 
for the erection of its buildings, and made the Agricultural and 
Mechanical College, which had already been established, a 
branch of The University. Five more years passed before effec- 
tive action was taken to carry out these constitutional provi- 
sions. In 1881 under the leadership of Governor Oran M. 
Roberts, the necessary legislation was at last adopted. At elec- 
tions held the same year, the people voted to locate the Main 
University at Austin, which was selected over Waco and Tyler. 
Galveston was chosen as the site of the Medical Branch, with 
Houston second in the poll. 

Shortly after the election results were announced, the first 
Board of Regents convened and set about the task of creating 
a university. Dr. Ashbel G. Smith of Harris County was elected 
President of the Board, and A. P. Woolridge of Austin was 
chosen as its secretary. Two years later, on September 15, 1883, 




Galveston Medical Branch of The University of Texas 



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THE UNIVERSITY'S FIRST FACULTY 

The University of Texas was formally opened with a faculty 
of eight professors and four assistants, an enrollment of some 
two hundred students, and a physical plant consisting of forty 
acres of land and the unfinished west wing of the old Main 
Building. Until this structure was ready for occupancy the 
following January, classes were held in the temporary Capitol 
at the corner of Congress and Eleventh Streets. 

The growth of The University during the early years was 
steady but it could hardly be called spectacular. The Medical 
Branch was activated at Galveston in 1891. The center section 
and east wing of the Main Building were also completed ; some 
four or five other structures were added to the main campus; 
the office of President was created by the Board of Regents; 
and the enrollment passed the one thousand mark. At the end 
of the first twenty-five years, however, the institution was still 
a small college, easily accommodated in a few buildings. 



HE second quarter-century of its history was an era of 
decisions and events that would make it possible for 
this small college to develop into the fine institution we 
have today. With the establishment of the graduate school in 
1910, it began to assume the status of a real university. Colleges 
and professional schools play their own vital roles, but the 
real justification of the right to be called a university is the 
presence of great scholars and teachers who devote themselves 
primarily to research and graduate instruction. 




A second significant step was taken when the institution we 
now know as Texas Western College was established by the 
Legislature and placed under the control of the Board of 
Regents. The pattern of a university system with branches lo- 
cated at appropriate points all over the State was thus confirmed. 

Another important measure was the decision of the admin- 
istration and Board of Regents to develop a comprehensive 
plan for the future growth of the Main University. The early 
structures built on the campus had been designed and located 
without reference to such a plan. Outstanding architects were 
now called in as consultants, and a number of fine buildings, 
designed for both permanence and beauty, were erected. 

One of the factors that had retarded the school's early growth 
was the constitutional provision prohibiting the use of general 
revenue funds for buildings. Before the University opened in 
1883 its landed endowment had grown to more than two mil- 
lion acres, but the land was so poor that the annual income 
rarely exceeded five or ten cents an acre. When the cornerstone 
of the Main Building was laid in 1882, the principal address, 
delivered by Dr. Ashbel Smith, was singularly prophetic in out- 
look. "Smite the rocks with the rod of knowledge," he said, 
"and fountains of unstinted wealth will gush forth." 

ARLY in 1923 a drilling rig was unloaded from the 
railroad on University land in Reagan County. The 
discovery of oil at this wildcat location was so im- 
probable that the well was named Santa Rita after the Saint 
of the Impossible. But at six o'clock on Monday morning, May 
28, 1923, the Santa Rita well blew in, and The University of 
Texas has never been the same since. 

The discovery of oil on University land brought added re- 
sponsibility and numerous problems to the administration and 
the regents. For one thing, a wayward relative living over in 
the Brazos bottoms was suddenly reminded of family ties long 
forgotten. Little notice had previously been given to the con- 
stitutional provision making A&M a branch of the University, 
but this section of our fundamental law now became important 
to both institutions. After a series of conferences, the two gov- 
erning boards worked out an amicable agreement under the 
terms of which the Available Fund, other than the income from 
grazing leases, is divided one-third to A&M and two-thirds 
to the University, with the latter receiving all of the money from 
surface leases. The agreement has proven to be fair and satis- 
factory to both schools. 




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HE first essential to any great university is a faculty of 
the highest quality. When The University opened in 
1883, the top salary of a professor was the same as 
that of the Governor, $4,000 per annum. This was a high 
figure for those days, the equivalent of probably $15,000 to 
$20,000 today. With the long agricultural depression beginning 
in 1887 and the panic of 1893, maximum salaries were cut back 
to $2,500 which was about one-third the amount paid by the 
University of Chicago. During most of the years that were to 
follow, Texas has not offered faculty salaries comparable to 
those paid by the leading universities of the land. But in spite 
of this handicap, succeeding administrations have met with 
remarkable success in their efforts to provide a qualified faculty 
to meet the needs of a steadily, and sometimes rapidly, growing 
student body. More recently the Legislature has provided in- 
creased financial support, and this has made it possible to 
employ more teachers and has also improved the institution's 
competitive position in securing and retaining the services of 
outstanding authorities in many fields of learning. 

Another important requirement of any university is an ade- 
quate physical plant. Within the past twenty-five years more 
than thirty permanent buildings have been added to the main 
campus. Today more than $58,000,000 worth of buildings have 
been either completed or authorized for construction, and The 
University System has become the fourth largest in the nation. 
It now comprises The Main University at Austin, the Medical 
Branch at Galveston, Texas Western College at El Paso, the 
Dental Branch and the M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor 
Institute, both in the Texas Medical Center at Houston, the 
Southwestern Medical School at Dallas, the Postgraduate 
School of Medicine with headquarters in Houston and divisions 
at seven other points in the State, and the Institute for Marine 
Science at Port Aransas. 

This doesn't mean that our resources have been spent only 
on buildings. Through the years additional land for campus 
expansion has been acquired by gift and by purchase, and 
faculty knowledge and skills have been supplemented by great 
libraries, specially equipped laboratories and classrooms, and 
other facilities needed to perform the University's three-fold 
mission of teaching, research, and public service. 

The recent building program has provided a number of 
additional dormitories for women and several for the accommo- 
dation of men at the Main University. The first dormitory for 
women on or near the campus was Grace Hall, erected by the 
Episcopal Church in 1897. This was followed by the Woman's 
Building and Kirby Hall, the latter being provided by the 
Methodist Church. Then came S.R.D., which was built by the 
Scottish Rite Masons, and Littlefield Memorial Dormitory, con- 
structed by the University with funds bequeathed by the will 
of Major George W. Littlefield. 




GRACE HALL 

Shortly after the establishment of the University, Regent 
George W. Brackenridge announced to his associates that he 
would give $10,000 to construct a dormitory for boys. The 
second building to be placed on the campus was erected with 
these funds. Officially designated as "Brackenridge Hall" but 
always known as "B Hall," it was reserved for upper-classmen. 
As the student body grew, the residents of the Hall began to 
develop an esprit de corps that has become one of the legends 
of the University. The building was converted into offices and 
lecture rooms; and after being used in this way for a quarter 
of a century, it was torn down in 1952. 

We who have passed through these halls have had a rich 
experience that encompassed a great deal more than classroom 
instruction. Some of the brightest pages in our books of memo- 
ries are filled with matters that a few might say added little or 
nothing to the greatness of an institution of higher learning: 
the sharp tongue or personal idiosyncrasies of a beloved pro- 
fessor; intercollegiate and intramural athletic contests; "The 




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Eyes of Texas" played and sung just before the kick-off; pep 
rallies, bonfires, and torch light parades; the shacks where 
many of us received our instruction; initiations and political 
campaigns ; the rivalry of various segments of the student body ; 
serenades and "Germans"; and picnics at Dillingham's. These 
are part of the student life of a great university, and we are 
grateful for the happy memories they bring us today. 

It is always pleasant to dwell on matters of this character, 
but our time is growing short. The amount of money that has 







Intramural game on well-lighted Whitaker Field. 

been invested in The University during the past seventy-five 
years is a matter of record. Although the returns on this invest- 
ment cannot be measured as accurately, it's safe to say that 
they far exceed the amount invested. For The University has 
played a highly important role in the development of our State's 
greatest asset an educated citizenship. The lives of thousands 
of men and women have been enriched by their experiences in 
this University, and at the same time they have developed quali- 
ties of mind and character that are essential to responsible 
leadership and effective citizenship. With each passing year, 
knowledge and skills acquired in these halls and under the 
guidance of teachers trained here have increased the produc- 
tivity of the State and thus have added enormously to its eco- 
nomic resources. 

The programs of basic and applied research have been 
geared not only to the advancing front of knowledge among 
the major institutions of America, but also to the specific inter- 
ests of Texas and the security and welfare of the entire nation. 
Significant contributions have already been made, will continue 
to be made, to our national security, to human development, 
physical health and mental welfare, to the improvement of 
teaching and research techniques, to the conservation of re- 
sources, to the processes of local and state government, to ad- 
vances in production and management, and in other areas 
important to our economy. 

In the performance of its third major function public serv- 
ice The University has provided correspondence courses for 



those who could not come to the campus, conducted training 
courses for employees and executives, supplied library materials 
to people all over the State, assisted communities, schools, and 
other organizations in problems of planning and administration, 
and staged conferences and institutes for improving professional 
knowledge and practices. These and other services too numerous 
to mention have been rendered to people and institutions all 
over our State. 

Texas is justifiably proud of The University's record and the 
recognition which it now enjoys. In all of the vast region south 
of Missouri, east of California and west of Virginia and North 
Carolina, it is the only public institution of higher learning that 
is a member of the Association of American Universities a 
group of thirty-seven institutions of the highest academic stand- 
ing in the United States and Canada. It is one of the fifteen 
state-supported institutions that are members of this organization. 

Today as The University of Texas continues to go forward, 
it is undergirded by the spirit and courage of that great host of 
men and women of the past and the present who have pro- 
vided this educational heritage that is ours. Their names are 
inscribed on the rolls of The University for the past seventy-five 
years faculty, regents, administration, staff, and student body 
on the official records of the branches and departments of 
our State Government, and on the roster of those public-spirited 
citizens who have contributed generously of their possessions, 
time, and abilities to the progress and growth of this institution. 




Improvement of Research Techniques. 

They have created for us a great center of learning, dedicated 
to the preservation, diffusion, and advancement of knowledge. 
If we build as wisely through the coming years, The University 
of Texas will move onward and outward to its greater destiny 
and the dream of our forefathers will be realized. That the 
vision and the zeal of Texas and her people may be equal to 
this task is our prayer today. 



PAOF. 15 



STUDENTS' 75th ANNIVERSARY WORKSHOPS 



STEERING COMMITTEE 
Pete Addison Y. Gunter, III, 

Chairman 

Robb Kendrick Burlage 
Eugenia Nelson Head 
Clovis Clyde Morrisson, Jr. 
Glenn Alfred Rogers 
Donald Ray Stodghill 
Jarrett Bernice Vogan 
Patricia Ann Wilcox, I 
William Howard Wolf 

ACADEMIC ADVISING 
Patricia Padgett, Chairman 
Catherine Clark Eden 
Nelma Ann Jones 
Roberta Love 
Herbert Cook Wilson 

CURRICULUM 

Robert John DeVries, Chairman 

Michael Edwin Raggett 

Marian Lynette Fairey 

Billye Rae Funk 

David Andrew Kendrick 

Pat Morrow 

Lois Sigwart 

Allen Smith 

Suzanne Lee Stark 

Helen Elizabeth Wear 

FOREIGN STUDENTS 
Ann McFadden, Chairman 
Daniel Shelton Gafford 
Mohammed Arif Hayat 
Margaret Clare Perkins 
Anne Price 
JoAnn Sohn 
George Polk Williams 

FRESHMAN ORIENTATION 
Mary Marjorie Menefee, Chairman 
Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon 
Suzanne Bowling 
Diana Cain 
Marjorie Ann Foster 
Margot Ann Mayfield 
Betty Lynn McCormick 
John Clayton Mutchler 
Roslyn Parrish 
Patricia Ann Price 
Mary Ann Shaw 
Avis Andrea Tieber 
Phyllis Ann Wiegand 
Tomas F. Ybarra 

GREEK SYSTEM 

Mildred Rose Meili, Co-Chairman 

Joe Gentry Roady, Co-Chairman 

Gordon E. Beck 

Judith Lynn Eason 

Carol Suzann Lewis 

Mary Gay Maxwell 

Sterling Newman 

Don Hargrove Smith 

Jen Gary Tomlinson 



INDEPENDENT STUDENTS 
James Douglas Pfluger, Chairman 
Anita Eugenia Beckham 
Fred Wayne Blackwell 
Evan Hintner 
Johnny Wesley Tackett 
Joyce Elaine Thoresen 
Bill Glen Wiley 
Bill Wilson 
Tomas F. Ybarra 

MAJOR CAMPUS ACTIVITIES 

William Joseph Bailey, Co-Chairman 

Patty Mays Cartwright, Co-Chairman 

Bill Davidson 

James Hudson Davis 

Dorothy Dawson 

Larry Sylvester Glazer 

Sally Kay Maxwell 

G. Diane Ross 

Carolyn Thomas 

Sharon Sue Voyles 

PHYSICAL PLANT 

Emil E. Friberg, Chairman 
Charles William McHugh 
Ronny Norman Schoenbrun 
Oliver Lee Watson 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 
John Williamson Barnhill, 

Co-Chairman 

Sandra Esquivel, Co-Chairman 
Helen Wynward Bellhouse 
Paul John Carson 
Erin Higgins 
Jon Russell Hornaday 
William Howard January 
Sandra Kay Jones 
Roberta Love 
Donna Carol Manske 
Charlene Cartter Markle 
C. Elaine Mathews 
Peggy Louise Parker 
Johnny Wesley Tackett 
Marcia Anne Voyles 
Margo Wiley 

RACE RELATIONS 

Charles Joseph Macmanus, 

Chairman 

Robert Anthony Butler 
Jim Davis 

Carolyn Louise Gnauck 
Anthony Ray Henry 
Frank August Hueter, Jr. 
Linda Lou Jones 
George Elias Krimpas 
Pat McGuire 
Morton H. Meyerson 
Clove Moulton 
Bill Weinzreal 

SERVICE GROUPS 

Dorothy Dawson, Co-Chairman 
Phillip Sherwood Paul, Co-Chairman 



Ben S. Bradshaw 

Harley R. Clark 

Gray Davis 

Mary Ellen Embree 

Joan Marie Franklin 

Joseph Franklin Guerrero, Jr. 

Rosemary Clyde House 

Harry Lee Hudspeth 

Martha King Hughes 

Bill Lee Liggin 

A. Virginia Nash 

Doyle Emmett Perkinson 

Leroy Edward Sebesta 

William Howard Wolf 

SCHOOL CALENDAR 

James Terrell Townsend, Chairman 

Philip Calvin Cezeaux 

Jay Jules Karkowsky 

Lou Ann Lancaster 

Rodney Harry Margolis 

Sunny Lee Schulz 

Barbara Lee Vermillion 

SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE 
Jill McMurry, Chairman 
Helen Wynyard Bellhouse 
Joe Stuart Clements 
Ronald Jack Finger 
Ann McCarroll 
Jane Catherine Wilson 
Joel Don Zimmerman 

STAFF NEEDS 

Richard Arlin Stanley, Chairman 

Wayne Ferguson 

Paul McCaughey Hagans 

Anthony Girard Lozano 

Larry Robinson 

Jerry Eugene Summers 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
Lee Hughes, Chairman 
C. Alwyn Barr 
Maline Gilbert 
Mary Carolyn Hall 
Georgia W. Hawks 
Morton H. Meyerson 
Phil Patman 
James Jay Siegel 
Sally Elizabeth Spears 
Harrio Sterling 
William Bryan Stoermer, Jr. 
William Neal Sunshine 
Charles Irving Toubin 
Katherine Louise Voetmann 

TEXAS UNION MARRIED 
STUDENTS COUNCIL 
Paul Justin McBroom, Chairman 
Mrs. Ann Culver 
Mrs. Mildred Mankin 
Mrs. Martha McBroom 
Davis McGill 
Mrs. Pat Peoples 
Mrs. Patti Scott 
Mrs. Mary Margaret Sturdivant 



OK 16 




1 883 



ADMINISTRA TION 



PAOE 17 




PRICE DANIEL 

Governor of the State of Texas 



PAOE 18 







LOGAN WILSON 

President of The University of Texas 



FADE 19 



BOARD OF REGENTS 



Chairman LEROY JEFFERS 



Vice-Chairman 



J. P. BRYAN, Freeport 

MRS. CHARLES DEVALL., Kilgore 

THORNTON HARDIE, El Paso 

J. LEE JOHNSON, HI, Fort Worth 

LEE LOCKVVOOD, Waco 

DR. MERTON M. MINTER, San Antonio 

JOE C. THOMPSON, Dallas 



J. R. SORRELL 




Left to Right: Minter, Johnson, Lockwood, Jeffers, Sorrell, Dcvall, Thompson, Bryan, Hardie. 



PACE 20 






ADMINISTRATION OF THE MAIN UNIVERSITY 




HARRY HUNTT RANSOM 

Vice-President and Provost 





GRAVES W. LANDRUM 

Business Manager 



HENRY YOUNG McCOWN 
Dean of Student Services 



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ADMINISTRATION 




CHARLES PAL'L BONER 

Executive Director, Office of (iofcrnment 
Sponsored Research 




W. BYRON SHIl'I' 
Registrar and Director of Admissions 





CHARLES T. CLARK 
Director, Classified Personnel Office 




PAUL L. WHITE 
Director, Student Health Center 





ALEXANDER MOFFIT 
University Librarian 




GRADY CLARENCE STARNES 
Auditor 




CARL J. ECKHAROT 

Din, tor of l-hyiical 1'lanl 



F. C. McCONNELL 

Director, Division of Housing and Food Service 



T'ODON CHARLES LESHIKAR 
Bur tar 



DEANS 







DOROTHY GEBAUER 
Dean of Women 




ARNO NOWOTNY 
Dean of Student Life 




CARL VICTOR BREDT 
Associate Dean of Student Life 





JACK HOLLAND 

Dean of Men 



JOHN G. STEELE 
Director, Student Employment Bureau 



PAGE 23 




RAYMOND C. KENNEY 
Assistant Dean of Student Life 



DEANS 




GLENN EDWARD BARNETT 

Associate Dean, College of Education 




PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER 

Director, School of Architecture 





JOHN ALTON BURDINE 

Acting Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 




E. WILLIAM DOTY 

Dean, College of Fine Arts 





HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE 

Dean, College of Pharmacy 




ROBERT RAYMOND DOUGLASS 

Director, Graduate School of Library Science 




JAMES R. D. EDDY 
Dean, Division of Extention 



LAURENCE D. HASKEW 
Dean, College of Education 



W. PAGE KEETON 
Di'i'i. School of I.ir.i 



DEANS 




LORA LEE PEDERSON 
Director, Graduate School of Social Work 




WILLIAM ROBERT SPRIEGEL 
Dean, College of Business Administration 





DEWITT CARTER REDDICK 
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 




PAUL JENNINGS THOMPSON 
Director, School of Journalism 





W. GORDON WHALEY 

De a n , Graduate School 



JOHN ARCH WHITE 

Associate Dean, College of Business Administration 



WILLIS RAYMOND WOOLRICH 

Dean, College of Engineering 



THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM 








JAMES CLAY DOI.I.KY 
Vice-President for Fiscal Afit 



LAURENCE D. HASKEW 
Vice-President lor Developmental Services 




MEI.VIN AUGUSTUS CASBEKG 
Vice'President for Medical Affain 




FRANKLIN I.ANIF.K COX 
Assistant to the President 



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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 





CHARLES HERMAN Sl'ARENBERG 

Comptroller 



WILLIAM WOODROW STEWART 
Endowment Officer 



FRANK D. GRAYDON 
Budget Officer 



BURNELL WALDREP 
Assistant Land and Trust Attorney 




WILLIAM EDWARD KEYS 
Director, University Neil's and Information Service 



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DEVELOPMENT BOARD 





HULON W. BLACK 
Executive Director 



J. M. ODOM 

Chairman 



Executive Director 
Chairman 



HULON W. BLACK 
J. M. ODOM 



1957-1958 BOARD 

J. M. Odom, Austin 

Hines H. Baker, Houston 

W. B. Bates, Houston, Resigned October 1957 

J. M. Bennett, Jr., San Antonio 

L. H. Cullum, Wichita Falls 

J. A. Gooch, Fort Worth 

George P. Hill, Fort Worth 

William S. Livingston, Austin, Elected May 1958 

A. G. McNeese, Jr., Houston, Appointed November, 1957 

Harry H. Ranson, Austin, Resigned February 1958 

C. R. Smith, New York City 

Mrs. Ben F. Vaughan, Jr., Corpus Christi 

Dan C. Williams, Dallas 

Roger J. Williams, Austin 

Logan Wilson, Austin, ex-officio 



The University of Texas Development Board, the fund raising agency for the University, includes in its mem- 
bership five persons named by the Board of Regents, five appointed by the Executive Council of the Ex-Students' 
Association, and two elected by and from the general faculty. The President of the University is an ex-officio member. 

The Board, directly responsible to the Board of Regents, seeks to promote and assist in financing a great variety 
of facilities which will not be provided otherwise. Among these are research projects, salary supplementation, build- 
ings, scholarships, fellowships, library acquisitions, museum additions, and many others. This program of enrichment 
is directed not only toward the Main University but toward all the branches as well. 



PACE 28 



EX-STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 





JACK RUSSELL MAGUIRE 
Executive Secretary 



HERMAN JONES 
President 



The Ex-Students' Association is only two years younger than The University of Texas itself, having been organized in 1885. 
Today it is one of the largest independent alumni organizations in the U. S., and it is the vehicle through which more than 190,000 
former students continue their interest in, and service to, the University. 

The Association does more than keep records on alumni, although that is one of its primary functions. It also sponsors more 
than 150 Texas Exes Clubs throughout the world; publishes a monthly magazine, The Alcalde; provides a number of services to 
members, such as the priority for the purchase of football tickets; and performs a number of functions in behalf of The University. 

Through the years, The Ex-Students' Association has created more than a quarter of million dollars in endowed funds which 
annually provide scholarships for many students. It also maintains sizable student loan funds. 

The Association is not part of The University and its program in behalf of the institution is supported through the annual 
dues of its members. Its affairs are governed by a thirty-three Executive Council elected from throughout the state. A thirteen mem- 
ber paid staff is maintained at the headquarters in The Texas Union. 




Seated: Iva Snodgrass, Donna Turner. 

Left to Right: Louise F. J. Baethe, Barbara Wilson, Loraine Jackson, Donna Pringle, Mary Jo Burkbead, 
Eloise Carlisle, Charles Seita, Oscar Griffin. 



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DADS' ASSOCIATION 



The University of Texas Dads' Association is composed of all fathers and male guardians of students, present or 
past, of The University of Texas. Special provision, however, is made for participating or dues paying members with 
the number of this classification exceeding 3,400 during the year 1957-58. 

The Dads' Association sponsors Dads' Day each year during the fall. It was observed on November 9, 1957. All 
mothers and fathers of University students were honored at coffees, one for the dads in the Union and one for the 
mothers in the Rare Books Room of the Library. Hundreds of parents visited the campus during the weekend. In ad- 
dition to Dads' Day, the Dads' Association publishes The U. T. Dads' Digest, maintains the Dads' Association Scholar- 
ship Fund, and makes several student awards. This year Shirley Bird won the best-all-around girl award and Bud Mims 
won the best-all-around boy award. 






OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-Presidents 



. HARRY W. FERGUSON 



Past Presidents. 



. H. M. ADKINS 
ED L. BAKER 
LEO E. BUTTER 
COLONEL D. HAROLD BYRD 
H. D. FULWILER 
MARION A. OLSON 
DR. C. M. PHILLIPS 
JOHN L. TOMPKINS 
W. F. WEED 
SAM D. WOLFE 



Treasurer 
Secretary 



.STANLEY M. ERSKINE 
RICHARD W. BLALOCK 
DIXON J. HOLMAN 
J. BROWN CUTBIRTH 
HARRY C. WEBB 
JOHN W. HAMPTON 
J. LEE DITTERT 

. BOB ARMSTRONG 
. W. D. BLUNK 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Binford Arney 

Bishop Bailey 

Jim Beard 

Dr. T. G. Blocker. Jr. 

J. K. Butl.-r 

J. Blair Cherry 



Fred Conn 

T. L. Ferrier 

Dr. George Grainger 

W. O. Harden 

Dr. J. B. Heath 

Sim Kelly 



Charles F. A. McCluer 
Leland G. McCullough 
Felix R. McKnight 
Carson C. Miles 
C. R. Myers 
Otis Nelson 



Lip Norvell 
O. Scott Petty 
E. M. Smith 
R. M. Wagstaff 
Judge Rue! C. Walker 




Front Row: Richard W. Blalock, John W. Hampton, Harry W. Ferguson, Dixon J. Holman, Stanley M. Erakine, Colonel D. Harold Byrd. 
Second Row: W. D. Blunk, Sam D. Wolfe, H. M. Adkins, Marion A. Olson, Ed L. Baker, H. D. Fulwiler, John L. Tompkins, Bob Armstrong. 



PAOF. 30 




INTERNATIONAL 

STUDENT 

CENTER 



Left to Right: Joe West Neal, Viola 
Garza. 



DEAN 

OF 
WOMEN 



Left to Right: Margaret Peck, 
Dorothy Gebauer, Dorothy Watts 
Dean, Helen Margaret Flinn. 



DEAN OF 
STUDENT LIFE 

AND 
DEAN OF MEN 



Front Row : Arno Nowotny, Ray- 
mond C. Kenney, Roll in Albert 
Sininger. 

Back Row: Jack Holland, Edwin 
Booth Price. 




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IN MEMORIAM 



STUDENTS 

Joseph Elliott Bludworth 

Shirley Ruth Brown 

Russell T. Calhoun 

Orra David Hand 

Manfred Hans Larisch 
James Owen Lyle 

George Keith Tolle 

Don Wayne Wilson 



FORMER REGENT 



David M. Warren, Sr. 



FACULTY 

Carlos E. Castaneda 

Dana Brackenridge Casteel 

Judge Scott Gaines 

Reginald Harvey Griffith 



STAFF 



Frank August Bukowsky 



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ACADEMIC 







B-DIKOM Q 



1883 



' ] 



" 



1 1 




1888 



GRADUATES 

AND 

SENIORS 



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GRADUATES 



ACOSTA, ROBERT KELLY, Austin 

Elementary Education Administration. <I*AK, CFO 

ATTAR, AHMAD M., Damascus, Syria 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE, Arab Student Association 

AURAH, ABDUL LATIF, Kabul, Afghanistan 

Petroleum Engineering and Mathematics, AIME, TSPE 

BAILEY, DOYCE RANSOM, Double Springs, Ala. 

Accounting, BA+ 

BAILEY, DOYLE JAMES, Double Springs, Ala. 

Accounting. BA+ 

BAILEY, ELIZABETH CAROLYN, Temple 

Music Theory, EAI, University Chorus 

BEKTI, AMISAH, Djakarta, Indonesia 
English 

BENNETT, RICHARD EDWIN, Arlington, Mass. 

Geology, Geological Society 

BHODIGEN, SWANG, Bangkok, Thailand 
Physics 

BOSIO, JACQUES CHARLES, Menton, France 

Petroleum Engineering, Newman Club 

BRADSHAW, BEN S., Springdale, Ark. 

Sociology, AKA, A4>S2, Tejas Club, Assembly, Grievance Committee. Great 

Issues Committee, Faculty-Student Committee, Outstanding Student 

BRIDGES, LUTHER WADSWORTH, II, Kittery, Me. 

Geology, SI'K 
BRITAIN, WOODROW OVERTON, San Antonio 

Accounting 

BROUSSARD, RAY F., Lafayette, La. 

History, <t>A6, lAil . Newman Club, Young Democrats 





BROWN, BYRON BERT, Jewett 

Physical Education, 1IKA, Charros, University Rodeo Team 

BROWNING, ROBERT LEE, Corpus Christ! 
Marketing, 4>1'A, American Marketing Association 

BUASRI, VAJIRAYA JINAVIDHYA, Bangsaen, Thailand 

College Education 

BURGESS, MARY LOUISE D., Austin 

Elementary Education 

BYRD, WILLIAM MARTIN, San Antonio 

Geology, X<l>, Silver Spurs, Interfraterity Council 

CALLENDER, DEAN LYNN, Ashtabula, Ohio 

Geology, 9X, AIME, Geological Society 

CATTRELL, HARRY R., San Diego, Calif. 
Economics, IE 

CHAKCHOUK, MOHAMED, Monastir, Tunisia 
French 

CHAMORAMAN, CHUSIRI, Bangkok, Thailand 
Educational Administration 

CHEN, MO SHING, Taipei, Free China 

Electrical Engineering 

CHICK, CHARLES EUGENE, Austin 

Business Statistics, UK, American Statistical Association, Symphonic Band 

CLARK, HARLEY, R., Austin 

Government, IISA, Friars. Cowboys, Tejas Club, President Students' 

Association, Mike Flynn Award, Outstanding Student 



COBB, LOUIS DENSON, Tyler 

Zoology, Pre-Medical, Kl 



COMBS, CHARLES MAURICE. El Paso 

Chemistry, American Chemical Societv 

COMER, ROBERT HENRY, San Antonio 

Education Curriciil>iiii 

COURTER, ROBERT WAYNE, Austin 

Aeronautical Engineering. lAeS 



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GRADUATES 



DAVILA, MAE S., San Antonio 
English 

DAVIS, DAVID HARRIS, II, Three Rivers 
History, AROTC, Newman Club, Distinguished Military Student 

DE LA PENA, VIRGINIA PASTOR, Dumaguete City, 

Philippines 

Education 

DIBEE, KHALIL, Wadi-al-Moujawer, Syria 
Finance, Arab Student Association, Newman Club 

DOTY, JOHN PHILIP, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Physics 

DUNN, THOMAS GLENN, Greenville 
Junior College Education 

EL DEWY, AHMED SAID M. T., Cairo, Egypt 
Cotton Marketing 

ELHAG ALI, MOSTAFA KAMEL MOHAMED, 
Cairo, Egypt 
Mechanical Engineering 

ELLIOTT, ALONZO, Manchester, N. H. 
Music 

ELLIS, BILLY C., Palestine 
Civil Engineering, XE, TBH, ASCE 

ERWIN, KENNETH JAMES, Victoria 

Speech 

FIELD, WILLIAM EARL, JR., San Antonio 
Nursing Education 

FRANCISCO, FELIPE URRUTIA, Polo, Philippines 

Petroleum Engineering 

FRENCH, RICHARD A., Bellaire 
English, AXA 



GARRETT, RONALD DUANE, Austin 

Organic Chemistry, American Chemical Society 

GONZALEZ-GERTH, MIRIAM, Mexico City, Mexico 
Romance Languages, IIA4>, X.il[ 

GRAYS, VELMA LAND, Sulphur Springs 
Secondary Education 

HACHE, PEDRO ANTONIO, JR., San Pedro de 

Macoris, Dominican Republic 

Architecture 

HADDAD, HADI M., Baghdad, Iraq 

Mathematics, MICA, Wesley Foundation, Arab Student Association 

HEDGCOXE, PAT GARNER, Allen 

Engineering Mechanics 

HELLER, ROBERT, JR., Houston 

Mathematics 

HOVEY, LESTER EUGENE, La Porte 

Accounting. AK*, BI'2 

IBBOTSON, JAMES THOMAS, Dallas 

Secondary Education Administration 

IJAM, MOUSA JAFFAR, Hilla, Iraq 

Organic Chemistry 

INGRAM, SAMMY WALKER, Cropwell, Ala. 

Organic Chemistry 

INSIRILLO, JOSEPH DANIEL, JR., Beaumont 

Mathematics 

JOHNSON, AVIS E., JR., Fort Worth 
Industrial Management, ATA 

JOHNSON, FRED LOWERY, JR., San Angelo 
Chemistry 

JONES, ERIC LYNN, Waco 

Mechanical Engineering, TBII, IITE, *H2, ASME, TSPE, MICA, 

Intramurals, Teaching Assistant 

KAMPANANONDA, SUKREE, Bangkok, Thailand 
Civil Engineering 



PACE 35 







GRADUATES 



KEMPLER, KENNETH G., Austin 
Education, TAI>, Hillel Foundation 

KENGPOL, ARPORN, Bangkok, Thailand 
Electrical Engineering 

KERLEY, LILLIAN ELLASTINE GREGG, Austin 

Home Economics, Child Development 

KINTANAR, ROMAN LUCERO, Argao, Philippines 
Physics, 1111 

KWIE, WILLIAM WIE LIAM, Djakarta, Indonesia 

Organic Chemistry 

LACY, JACK RAY, Henderson 
Mechanical Engineering, TBII, JITS, ASME 

LIEM, TJONG TIAT, Bandung, Indonesia 
History and Philosophy of Education 

LOVE, ALBERT SCRUGGS, JR., McAllcn 

Real Estate, IX 

MAASARANI, ALY MOHAMED MOH, Alexandria, Egypt 

Industrial Management, Arab Student Association 
MALONE, BILLY CHARLES, Dallas 

History, *A9, Young Democrats 

MARSH, DOLORES IDA, New Orleans, La. 
Nursing Education 

MATSUMOTO, YOSHIMASA, Yokohama, Japan 

Chemistry 

McDUFFIE, NORTON GRAHAM, JR., Beaumont 
Chemical Engineering 

MEACHAM, WILLIAM CHARLES, Monahans 
Mechanical Engineering 

MEHARG, LOUIS SCOTT, Gatesville 

Electrical Engineering, IRE 

MERRILL, RONALD W. ; Austin 

Spanish 





MINTER, NORMAN WESLEY, Amarillo 

Personnel Management, Acacia, Society for the Advancement of Management. 
Christian Science Organization 

MULDOON, WILLIAM HENRY, III, San Antonio 
Geology, ATA, Geological Society 

NABABAN, PARTABAS WILMAR JOAKIN, 

Medan, Indonesia 

English 

NEY, DONALD PHILIP, Huntsville 

Education, Foundation Grant from National Sciences Foundation 

OEN, MADY SOM HWA, Java, Indonesia 

English Literature 

OHNO, HIROSHI, Kakogawa, Japan 

Business Administration, American Marketing Association 

PAPE, ESTHER LOUISE, San Antonio 
Psychiatric Nursing Education 

PARKER, RICHARD CLEMENT, Austin 

Marketing, ATS, AEP 

PATERNOSTRO, SAMUEL BURTON, Dallas 

Pre-Medical, ATQ 

PATTERSON, MARY ADELE, Carrizo Springs 
English 

PATTESON, ROBERT WILKERSON, JR., Midland 

Petroleum Engineering, 4>d0 

PAUL, PHILLIP SHERWOOD, JR., Dallas 
Industrial Engineering, A*Q, lAeS, TSPE, Friars, Silver Spurs, Rams- 
horn Association, Election Commission Chairman, Government and 
Union Committees, Goodfellow 

PERERA, KUSUMA, Nugcgoda, Ceylon 
History 

PHOLDI, PRASERT, Pakred, Thailand 
Civil Engineering 

PIBULYAROJANA, PRAKOB, Bangkok, Thailand 

Electrical Engineering 

PICKENS, W. R., Houston 
Geology 

PINNELL, BEN, El Paso 

Industrial Psychology, <fKT 

PITAKSMANUSART, PRIT, Bangkok, Thailand 
Electrical Engineering 

POSEY, FLORA, Jackson, Miss. 

Nursing 

RABIBADHANA, M. R. VIPHAKARA, 
Bangkok, Thailand 

International Trade 



PACE 36 




GRADUATES 



STAPPENBECK, HERBERT LOUIS, San Antonio 
English 

STODART, DONALD McLEAN, Adelaide, Australia 
Civil Engineering, Wesley Foundation 

TAWFIK, FOUAD ABDELAZIZ, Cairo, Egypt 

Cotton Marketing, American Marketing Association, American Statistical 
Association, International Club, Arab Student Association 

TAYLOR, ETHELYN BEAL, Houston 

Nursing Education, American Nurses Association 

TAYLOR, HAROLD HERMAN, Houston 
Chemistry, American Chemical Society 

THAVIPHOKE, SOONTHORN, Bangkok, Thailand 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

TINGLE, LESLIE GRIFFITH, San Antonio 

Industrial Engineering, 2IE, Society for the Advancement of Management 

TUNG, LO CHUN, Taipei, China 
Electrical Engineering 

TURLINGTON, CULVER JOEL, Marshall 
Marketing, AA, A<K2, American Marketing Association 

VADHANASINDHU, UDORN, Dhonburi, Thailand 

Electrical Engineering 

VOLEK, CHARLES W., Rosenberg 
Mechanical Engineering, ITT2, TEH, ASME, TSPE 

WACHEL, JOHNNY CHARLES, Laird Hill 
Mechanical Engineering, IITT, TBH, ASME, TSPE 

WANGVIVATNA, NIT, Bangkok, Thailand 
Electrical Engineering 

WELCH, JAMES ALLEN, Crowell 
Secondary Education 

WENGER, ALAN GATEWOOD, Austin 

Physiology, ATS! 

WHITE, DAVID MASON, Harlingen 
History, *A6 

WILKERSON, F. EUGENE, Jenkintown, Penn. 

Chemistry, AX, Y, American Chemical Society, Wesley Foundation, Young 

Republicans 

WILSON, JERRY JAMES, Abilene 

Government, <IBK, II2A, Friars, Board of Directors of The University 

Co-operative Society 

WONGSWANG, AMBAI, Bangkok, Thailand 
Elementary Education 

YOUNGBLOOD, RAY WILSON, Tulia 

Acounting, ASIT, XI'I 



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RANKINE, WILFRED LEE, JR., Austin 
Architectural Engineering, KZ, Silver Spurs 

REASER, DONALD FREDERICK, Dallas 

Geology 

REYNOLDS, CLYDE WASHINGTON JR., Beeville 

Music Education, 4>MA, KK^, Longhorn Band, Symphonic Band 

RHODES, BENJAMIN T., JR., Cranfills Gap 

Mathematics, AKK, Silver Spurs 

RICE, RAYMOND RICHARD, Franklin, Pcnn. 

Sociology, American Sociological Society, Newman Club 

RIZVI, SAIYED MOHAMMAD NASEER, Quetta, Pakistan 
Geology, MICA, Geological Society, In'ernational Club 

ROBERTSON, ROBERT NELSON, Austin 

Civil Engineering, XE, 4>H, Tejas Club, Westminster Student Fellowship 

ROMBERG, ERIC ANDERSON, Brownwood 
Mathematics 

ROSSMAN, DAVID B., Fredericksburg 
Psychology, ^X 

RYAN, JACK DALE, Weslaco 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

SCHMIDT, FRED JOSEPH, Brownsville 

Cotton Marketing 

SINGLETON, CLAUDIA HARPER, Marshall 

Secondary Education 

SININGER, ROLLIN ALBERT, Austin 

Educational Psychology, Sponsor of MICA, Assistant Dean of Student Life 

SMITH, CHARLES ROBERT, Crossfield, Canada 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

SMITH, MARY ANGELINE, Goldthwaite 

English 

SMITH, ROCHELLE RHEA, Parnpa 

Drama Education, Curtain Club, Weslev Foundation, Wesley Players 




SENIORS 



ABU-NASSAR, NIMEH JABRA, Nazareth, Israel 

Civil Engineering 

ACREA, JAN CLOE, Gorman 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE, SAME 

ADAIR, JOHN K., JR., San Antonio 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Society of Petroleum Engineers 

ADAMCIK. ROBERT FRANK, Austin 

Pharmacy, PX, *AX, LPhA 

ADAMS, BYRON RAYMOND, Dallas 

Electrical Engineering, TBH, HKN, Scabbard and Blade 

ADAMS, PATRICIA KAY, Galveston 

English, HA*, Future Teachers of America, Inter-Cooperative Council. 

Newman Club 

ADKINS GWEN ROVVE, Henderson 
Zoology, Chemistry 

AGNEW, SANDRA SUZANNE, Corpus Christi 

English, XQ, ZAII, Panhellenic, Reagan 

AHEARN, MICHAEL JOHN, Jacksonville 

Zoology 

AKINS, DONALD STEPHEN, Hillsboro 

Business Education. I1QIT 

ALBRECHT, EMMETT ROOSEVELT, Goliad 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Lutheran Student Association 
ALBRECHT, FRANK. JR., Austin 

Geology 

ALBRECHT, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Houston 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE 

ALBRECHT, HERBERT CARL. Houston 

Mathematics 

ALDRICH, JEAN HELEN. San Antonio 

Elementary Education, ZTA, Freshman Council, Campus Survey. Union 

Dance Committee 

ALEXANDER, CLAIRE LOUISE. Austin 

Sociology, A*, Y. Spooks, Union Hospitality Committee 





ALEXANDER, JOSEPH LOUIS, Bronte 
Finance, American Finance Association 

ALKEK, ANTON JACOB, JR., Victoria 

Accounting, BA+, ASH 

ALLEN, BRODIE EARL. Clayton, N. C. 

Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, American Marketing Association 

ALLEN, SHEILA RAE, Edinburg 

Radio and Television, AAII, Radio-TV Guild, Cap and Gown, Fine 
Arts Senior Council 

ALLISON, REBECCA LOU, Stephenville 
English, Cap and Gown, Reagan 

ALLISON, TRAVIS ALLEN, Longview 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

ALLUMS, BOBBY L., Beckville 

Accounting 

ALONZO, ANTHONY L., San Antonio 
Civil Engineering, ASCE, SAME, AROTC, Rangers 

ALSTON, NORMAN ALVIN, Corpus Christi 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

ALTMAN^ ELEANOR MARTHA, Corpus Christi 

English, KKT, Ashbel, French Club, Canterbury Association 

ALVIS, LAURA LEE, Jasper 

Secretarial Science, Y, Ashbel, Wesley Foundation 

ANDERSON, FRANCES MAE, Norco, Calif. 

Music Education, AP, ACE BSU, Glee Club 

ANDERSON, FRED GRAYDON, College Station 

Zoology, Pre-Medical, *H, AEA, KK*, Cowboys, Tejas Club, Longhorn Band, 
Outstanding Student, Friars 

ANDERSON, LEONORA G., Texarkana 
Elementary Education, XO, ACE 

ANDERSON, MADELON ELAINE, Houston 

English, KA6, Y, Ashbel, Charros Bluebpnnet Belle Nominee, Cowboy 
Sweetheart Finalist, Carnival Queen Nominee 

APEL, KAREN ANN, Houston 

English 

ARICK, ANN ELAINE, Midland 

English and History, ATA, Cap and Gown. Women Voters, Canterbury Association 

ARMSTRONG, ANITA, San Angelo 

English, KAn 

ARNDT, WILLIAM ERWIN, Giddings 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

ARNETTE, MARY ANN, Austin 

Elementary Education, Cap ard Gown 



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ARNOLD, JOHN MAURICE. Tyler 

Physics 

ASHBAUGH, EDWARD RONALD, Parkville, Mo. 
Personnel Management, 1J>K 

ASHENDORF, HAROLD WESLEY, Corsicana 

Accounting, AKII. t>H2. BA*, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Hillel 

Foundation, BBA Honor Roll 

ASHLEY, SCOTTIE HAYS, JR., Dallas 

Accounting, Society for the Advancement of Management 

ATKINS, BENNIE RAY, Austin 

Engineering Route to Business Administration 

ATWILL, JAMES H., Midland 

Government, 4K^, Interfraternity Council. Sing-Song Committee 

AVANT, SYLVIA, Dilley 

Elementary Education, Inter-Cooperative Council 

AYERS, SARAH JANE, Fort Worth 
Child Development, AAA, ON 

BACCUS, CARROLL LEE, Seymour 
Accounting, BA^ 

BACCUS, FRED W., Dallas 

Geology and Mathematics, ATA, Geological Society, Varsity Handball Team 



BAGBY WILLIAM R., JR., Dallas 

Business Administration, AT 



BAGGAL, MAMDOUH BAKRI, Damascus, Syria 
Petroleum Engineering 

BAGGETT, JESSICA, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, A4> 

BAILEY, DURYL MIDDLETON, Nolanville 
Civil Engineering, TBII, XE, ASCE, Engineering Council 

BAKER, DAVID LINTON, Wichita Falls 

Geology, Geological Society 

BAKER, JAMES KENNETH, Corpus Christi 
Zoology, Speleological Society 



louxt- 









BAKER, MARY K., Dallas 

Spanish, rf>B, 1AII, LPhA, Young Republicans. Magna Cum Laude. Hospitality 
Committee 

BAKER, WILLIAM WILSON, Texas City 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE 



BALLAS, JOE ASLAN, Cleburne 

Mathematics, Astronomy Club, Intramural 






BALTHROP, BILLY HAROLD, Fort Worth 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

BALUSEK, ALBERT JERRY, San Antonio 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, TSPE, Lutheran Student Association 

BANKSTON, FREDA JO, Moran 
Interior Decorating 

BARBAY, SALLY GAY, Moody 

Radio and Television, REW, BSU, Radio-TV Guild, Cap and Gown, 
Theadorne 

BARBER. LELA MAE, San Antonio 
Government, Pre-Law, WICA 

BARBER, LEWIE M., Tyler 

Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBII. +H1, AIEE-IRE 

BARDEN. JAMES EARLE. Houston 

Industrial Management, ATO, T Association, Varsity Swimming Team. Good- 
fellow 

BARGE, MARJORIE SAXON, Austin 
Elementary Education, AAIT, ACE 

BARING, RAYMOND H., Jourdanton 
Accounting, Society for the Advancement of Management 

BARKER, SUE LYNN, Fort Worth 
Home Economics, AAII 

BARKER, WILSON ROGER, Weatherford 
History, 4>1K 

BARKLEY, FLOYD DONALD, Evant 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

BARNETT, LARRY ADRIAN, Houston 
Petroleum Engineering, !<i>E, AIME 

BARNETT. R. DURWOOD, Galena Park 

Pharmacy 

BARNHILL, JOHN WILLIAMSON. Brenham 

Journalism, KA, Charros, Round-Up, Daily Texan, Goodfellou 

BARRERA, EVANGELIXE, Gonzales 

Music, BSU, A Cappclla Choir 

BARRON. JACK IVAN. Temple 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE 



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SENIORS 



BARRON, MARILYN, San Benito 

Elementary Education, XQ, Orange Jackets, Upperclass Advisor, Asbbel, Gov- 
ernment Committees 

EARTH, CLARDY SHELL, JR., San Angelo 

Plan II, AXA, Westminster Student Fellowship 

BASSET, SUSAN, Waco 

English, 2AII, Inter-Varsity Student Fellowship 

BASSETT, BEVERLY A., Whitewright 

Home Economics Education, .VI 1 . Cap and Gown, Hospitality Com- 
mittee, Home Economics Club, Westminster Student Fellowship 

BATES, FRANCES POPE, San Antonio 
English, AAA, AAA 

BEALL, JOHN GILLESPIE, Jacksonville 

Accounting, *K2, Y 

BEARSS, LESLIE M., Rutland, Vt. 

Advertising, AAE, Student Advertising Association of Texas 

BEASLEY, HALEY KENT, Dallas 
Pre-Medical, *A8 

BECHTER, PAUL WEIGAND, Houston 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

BECKER, LAURENCE ALBERT, Austin 

Plan II. Cowboys, T Association, Varsity Tennis Team, Westminster Student 
Fellowship, Christian Faith and Life Community 

BECKNER, FREDERICK LONEIL, Bellaire 

Mathematics, Rocket Society 

BELCHER, EDGAR MARTIN, Dickinson 

Business Administration 

BELK, GERALD WATERS, Mooresville, N. C. 
Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE 

BELL, JOHN BAXTER, Corpus Christi 
Physics 

BENKENDORFER DONALD WILLIAM, Waco 
Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

BENSON, DAN HARPER, Lubbock 
Government, Pre-Law 





BENTZ, LURA C., San Antonio 
Mathematics 

BEQUETTE, WILLIAM CUMMINGS, Lakewood, Ohio 

Finance, American Finance Association 

BERGER, SIDNEY LEE, Bryan 

Marketing, Pre-Law, AXII, AAS. BBA Council, Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, American Marketing Association, Insurance 
Society, Student Government and Union Committees 

BERNARD, LAWRENCE JACKSON, Houston 

History, English, A<ifl, Scholastic fntegrity Committee 

BERRY, BUFORD PRESTON, Archer City 

Accounting, KA, AK* 

BERRY, ROBERT MORRIS, Denison 

Electrical Engineering, AIM -IKK 

BERTRAM CAROL CHARLOTTE, Houston 

Elementary Education, A<fr, ACE, Future Teachers of America 
BINNEY, SUE ANNA, College Station 
Plan II, AAA 

BIRD SHIRLEY ANN, Stockdale 

Social Sciences, English, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Cap and Gown, 
Texas Stars, President Wilson's Advisory Council, Round-Up, Goodfellow, Edu- 
cation Council, Women's Council, Sweetheart Nominee, Government and Union 
Committees, Outstanding Student, Dads' Day Award 

BITTER, NANCY JOAN, San Antonio 

English, XQ, Mortar Board, Westminster Student Fellowship 

BLACK, BETH AGNES, Houston 

Art, BSU 

BLACK, BILLY THOMAS, Del Rio 

Pharmacy, LPhA 

BLACKBURN, JERRY, Mt. Pleasant 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 

BLACKWELL, FRED WAYNE, Lefors 

Accounting, MICA, NISA, Goodfellow 

BLAND, JAY C., JR., La Marque 
Anthropology, Charros, Czech Club 

BLANK, MURRAY JULIAN, San Antonio 

Accounting, TA<t>, A*O, Round-Up, American Marketing Association, 

Young Democrats, Campus Survey Committee, Millet Foundation 

BLATT, RITA GLENN, Dallas 
Home Economics, A-hK 

BLUHM, FRANCES ESTELLE Austwell 

Secretarial Studies, Cap and Gown, Wesley Foundation 

BLUM, RONALD H., Fort Worth 

Zoology, 1AM, Cowboys 

BOADLE, ROBERT. Big Spring 

Chemical Engineering, AIChL 



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BOATWRIGHT, CHARLES RENE, JR., Dallas 

Civil Engineering, TBII, XE, ASCE 

BODE, WESLEY ELI, New Braunfels 

Meteorology, MICA, American Meteorclogical Society 

BOLDING, ELAINE GRESSETT, Midland 
Speech Education 

BOMAR, BRUCE KING, Donna 
Business Administration 

BOND, T. W., Bovina 

Finance and Investments, American Marketing Association, Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

BONDIES, WALTON PORTER, JR.. Austin 

Law, IIKA, *Ai, Law Bachelors Clubbe, Dicta Staff, Peregrinus Staff. 
Newman Club 

BONNYMAN, JOSEPHINE B., Santa Fe, N. M. 

Spanish, KAO, Reagan 

BOOKER, WILLIAM CHAFFE GRIGGS, Orange 

Psychology 

BORDEN, SHIRLEY RUTH, Missouri City 

Elementary Education, ACE, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Cactus, Union 
Activity Council, Film Committee, Canterbury Association 

BOREN, MONTY LEE, Dallas 
English 

BORJA, JOSE DAVID, Brownsville 

Pharmacy, Rio Grande Valley Club 

BOTEFUHR, CHARLES EDWARD, Dallas 

Industrial Management, AT*?. AFRO'I'C, Arnold Air Society, Society 
for the Advancement of Management 

BOUDREAU, FERDINAND FRANCIS, II, Dallas 

Finance, American Finance Association, Newman Club 

BOUSQUET, THOMAS G., Austin 

Law, <i>SK, 4>AA, Silver Spurs, Inter fraternity Council, Law Bachelors 
Clubbe, Chief Justice, Associate Justice, Peregrinus Staff, Freshman Council, 
Steer Here, Law Day, Goodfellow 

BOWDOIN, MARSHALL DEAN, Mont Belvieu 
Accounting, IIKA 

BOWEN, AVERY W., Austin 

Architecture, TA, Tejas Club, Sphinx 



BOWMAN, ROBERT ROYCE, McAllen 
Marketing, American Marketing Association 

BOYD, WILLIAM JASPER, Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

BOYNTON, PEGGY J., Spearman 

English, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Reagan 

BRADBURY, PHIL WILSON, Fort Worth 
Architecture 

BRADFORD, DAVID GEORGE, Pampa 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

BRANAN, MARY ELLEN, Houston 

Plan II. AZ, Reagan, Strike and Spare, Scholastic Integrity Committee, 
Wesley Foundation 

BRANDES, WILLIAM HEATON, Irving 
Architectural Engineering, AAAE 

BRANDIN, JAMES WILLIAM, JR., Houston 

Architecture, AIA 

BRANNON, ROBERT LEE, Malakoff 
Pre-Medical 

BRASLAU, PHYLLIS RAE, Galveston 

Elementary Education, A^K, ACE, Forensica, Hillel Foundation 

BRAUER, EMIL BERNARD. Corpus Christi 
Petroleum Engineering, 1AE, AIME 

BREDT, BARBARA DALE, Austin 

Plan II, IfB4>, Y, International Council, Freshman Council, Grievance 

Committee 

BREED, BENNY RAY, Austin 

Physics 

BREED, TRUMAN, JR., Austin 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

BRIDGES, EDWARD DONALD, JR., Austin 

Advertising, AA, American Marketing Association 

BRIGGS, ROBERT WALLACE, Lampasas 
Accounting, AK'fr 

BRIGHT, JAY LAWRENCE, Troup 

English 

BRIONES, ERNEST M., Corpus Christi 

Bacteriology, Newman Club 

BROACH, ROGER HARMON, Texas City 
Advertising, AAS 

BROCKMAN, BARBARA ANN, Fort Worth 
Mathematics, A All, Y, UTSA, Forum Speakers Committee, West- 
minster Student Fellowship 



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SENIORS 



BRODERICK, JAMES RICHARD, Houston 
Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE, TSPE 

BROOKS, LARRY T., Amarillo 
Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE, TSPE 

BROTZMAN, BEATRICE WILBURN, Rio Hondo 

Bacteriology, Touche 

BROUGHTON, WANA LEE. Childress 

Elementary Education, AAA. AAA. ACE. Future Teachers of America. 

Education Student-Faculty Council 

BROWN. CORNELIA FAY, Corpus Christi 
Physical Education, UTSA, PEM, Newman Club 

BROWN, DONNIE E., Houston 

Petroleum Engineering 

BROWN, EDWARD STANTON, JR., Fort Worth 
Psychology, KK^, Longhorn Band 

BROWN, GILBERT SEAY, Dallas 

Petroleum Engineering, AXA 

BROWN, LOU ANN, Grand Prairie 
Applied Art, Y 

BROWN, MASON COOPER, Irving 

Civil Engineering, 62T 

BROWN, REBECCA LYNN, San Antonio 

Art Education, AZ 

BROWN, RICHARD R., Mission 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for the 
Advancement of Management. American Marketing Association 

BROWN, ROBERT CORNELL, San Benito 

Journalism, AA-, Newman Club 

BROWNE, BRADFORD, JR., Austin 
Accounting 

BRUMLEY, ROY L., Temple 

Accounting 

BUCHANAN, HAROLD DAVIS. JR., Bcllaire 

Television, MICA, Radio-TV Guild 





!> ~ I W - T 



1LM 





BUCK, KARL HERMANN, Waco 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

BURGIN, BOBBY JOE, Odessa 

Engineering Route to Business Administration 

BURGIN, SIDNEY A. LILES, Odessa 

Business Education 

BURKHART, BETTY LOUISE, Houston 

English, ZTA, Ashbel 

BURKS, PHYLLIS LOUISE, Dallas 

Elementary Education, ACE 

BURNELL, ROBERT WILLIAM, Brockton, Mass. 
Civil Engineering 

BURNETT, ADRIEN RICHARD, JR., Tyler 

Art, XT! 

BURNETT, PEGGY ANN McDAVID, Wcatherford 

Art Education 

BURTON ANNELLE RHEA, Brownwood 

Advertising, XO, Scholastic Integrity Council 

BURTON, GORDON DEMMLER, Galveston 

Geology, XI'E, Speleological Society 

BUSSHART, GENE EDWARD, Austin 

Pharmacy, K+ 

BYERS, BENJAMIN ROWE, Kingsville 

Zoology, Acacia 

BYNUM, STEVE M., San Antonio 
Engineering Route to Business Administration. IX 

CADE, ALTON C., Chandler 

Retailing, MICA, American Marketing Association 

CAHAL JAMES MONROE. Nederland 
Geology, Geological Society 

CALHOUN, RICHARD WAYLAND, Shreveport. La. 

Plan I Business Administration, KA, AK+, Silver Spurs. Fraternity- 
Presidents' Council, News Letter Committee 

CALLAGHAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, Elgin 

Physical Education, PEM 

CALLAWAY, JANE ELIZABETH, Austin 

English, <M!K, AAA, 1A1I, IIAO, Cap and Gown, Wesley Foundation 

CALVERT, THOMAS CHARLES, Dallas 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

CAMERO. EDUARDO JESUS, San Antonio 
Pharmacy, K*. I.PhA 



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CLASS OF 1958 



GARTER, MARY NAN Baytown 
Secretarial Studies, AZ, BSU, Dance Committee 



CARUTHERS, NELDA RUTH, Fort Worth 

Personnel Management, WICA, Intramurals, Society for the Advancement of 
Management, Wesley Foundation 

CASBEER, CATHERINE, Lampasas 
Elementary Education, A4> 

CASBERG, SYLVIA MAE, Austin 

English, Cap and Gown, Westminster Student Fellowship 

GASON, LINDA JEAN, Rosenberg 

Elementary Education, AAA. Charm Committee, Rally Committee 

CASTILLON, MARIO GARZA, JR., Mexico City, Mexico 
Advertising, KA 

CATER, JOHN THOMAS, San Antonio 

Law, ATO, Fraternity Presidents' Council, Canterbury Association 

CAUDLE, BARBARA ANN, Eau Gallic, Fla. 
Anthropology, Longhorn Christian Fellowship 

CAUGHFIELD, DWIGHT ALTON, San Antonio 

Architectural Engineering, XE, AAAE, TSPE 

CAUTHORN, ROBERT VIRGIL, Del Rio 

History, ARE, NROTC 

CECIL, PHILIP R., Paris 
Finance, 4A9 

CERVENKA, NORMAN LOUIS, Granger 
Civil Engineering, XE, NROTC 

CHAMBERLAIN, ALFRED ADAM, JR., San Antonio 
Aeronautical Engineering, XI'I, lAeS, Longhorn Flying Club 

CHAMBERLIN, LEO ANDERSON, Dallas 

Electrical Engineering, HKA, TBII, HKN, *HZ, AIEE-IRE 

CHAMBLESS, MARY ALICE, San Antonio 

Home Economics Teacher Education, Cap and Gown, Home Economics 

Club 

CHAMBLISS, WALTER LYNN, San Angelo 

Pharmacy, <f>AX 

CHANDLER, CLARENCE, W., JR., Ringgold 
Social Science Education, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society 

CHAPIN, WAYNE RALPH, Austin 

Accounting, BA^ 

CHERNOSKY, NANCY CECELIA, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAII 

CHESNEY, MICHAEL THOMAS, Mont Carmel. Penn. 
Civil Engineering 



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GAMP, FRANK WESLEY, Kilgore 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

CAMP, JOYCE NELL, Austin 

Elementary Education, AZ 

CAMPBELL, GAIL, Fort Worth 
History, KA6, Y, Reagan 

CAMPBELL, MARVIN EDWIN, Carthage 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS RALPH, Austin 

Architecture 

CANOVA, DENMAR B., Amarillo 

Marketing, < I>K'I', AK^, Cowboys, American Marketing Association, Student 
Traffic, Parking and Safety Commission 

CANNON, PATRICIA, Baton Rouge, La. 
Elementary Education 

CARDENAS, HECTOR HOMERO, Austin 

Transportation, ANA, AROTC, Pershing Rifles, Confederate Drill 
Squad, Laredo Club 

CARDENAS, RUBEN RAUL, McAllen 

Law, <f>A.i, Law Bachelors Clubbe, Newman Club 

CARDWELL, LOUIS ERNEST, Del Rio 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

CARLIN, ELVIRA, Austin 

Elementary Education, ACE, Cap and Gown, Alba Club 

CARMICHAEL, DONALD L., Houston 

Advertising, AA 

CARNES. BILLY RONALD, Wichita Falls 

Petroleum Engineering, QZ, AIME, NROTC, NROTC Rifle Team, Fraternity 
Presidents' Council 

CAROTHERS, CHARLES HUEY, Houston 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

CARPENTER. JAMES CLARK, Port Arthur 
Journalism, 1AX, Daily Texan 

CARR, WILLIAM RICHARD, Corpus Christ! 
Geology, SAE 




SENIORS 



CHIANG, CHENG-HSIEN. Hong Kong 
Mechanical Engineering, TBII, I1TE 

CHIONSINI, ALEXANDER EMIL, Jasper 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

CHRISTIAN, HENRY DAVID, Gonzales 

Marketing, Jilll, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, 
American Marketing Association 

CISNEROS, ALFONSO AUGUSTO, Brownsville 
International Trade, AK+, Tejas Club, BBA Council, Foreign Trade 
Club, Westminster Student Fellowship 

CLAITOR, JOHN HOWARD, Gorman 

Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

CLARK, DAVID BARTRAM, Bellaire 
Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBIT, IRE 

CLARK, DONALD B., Houston 

Journalism, EN, T Association, Basketball Manager, Daily Texan 

CLARK, GARFIELD, JR., Houston 

Psychology 

CLARK, JOHN WHEATON, Houston 

Geology, 4>1 A, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Intramurals, Distinguished Military 
Student 

CLAY, JERRY HAROLD, Athens 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

CLIFT, RUTH ANN, Lubbock 

Elementary Education, AX, ACE, Curtain Club 
COATES, JOHN HENRY, Dallas 

Physical Education, 24E 

COBB, BILLY RAY, Laird Hill 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Engineering Council 

COBB, LAWRENCE DEAN, Marlm 

Political Science, 4'KX, REW, Cowboys, Goodfcllow, Intrrfraternity Council, 
President Wilson's Student Advisory Council, Union Board of Directors, 
Union Activities Council, Summer Assembly, Election Commission, Campus 
Chest, Blood-Drive Committee, Orientation, Student Government 

COFFEE, PHYLLIS JEAN, Corpus Christi 
Journalism, KA6, 0X<f>, Reagan, Daily Texan, Round-Up 

COLE, BRADY MARSHALL, Houston 

Accounting, <t>Kl, *Hi:, AK*, BA+, Silver Spurs, Interfraternity 
Council 





COLE, JERRY G., Denton 

Electrical Engineering, KK+, IRE, Longhorn Band 

COLE, MAURICE WAYNE, JR., Austin 

Mechanical Engineering, AT'..' 

COLE, ROBERT L., Canyon 
Aeronautical Engineering 

COLE, RONALD JARRELL, Houston 

Petroleum Engineering, TBH, !I"E, AIME 

COLEMAN, ROBERT O., Uvalde 

Accounting 

COLLIER, JOE, Mineola 

Chemistry 

COLLINS, CHARLES MALCOLM, Eastland 

Pre-Medical, 4KE 

COLOMA, JUAN ENRIQUE, Quito, Ecuador 
Petroleum Engineering, <t>Hi:, AIME, International Club, Ecuador 
Club, Newman Club 

CONNOR, SYDNEY, S., Houston 

English, AXA 

CONTI, JACQUELYN ANN, Dallas 

Elementary Education 

CONWAY, CAROL EUGENIA, Tyler 

Clothing, Textiles and Design, AAII, Home Economics Club, Wesley 
Foundation 

COOK, DAVID EDWIN Eagle Lake 

Mathematics, KK*, Longhorn Band 

COOK, EDNICE AILEEN, Austin 

Education and History, BSU 

COOKE, JUANITA MULLER, Baytown 

Education 

COOKSEY, SYLVIA JEAN, Austin 

Elementary Education, AX, BSU, Freshman Council, Union Committee 

COOPER, FRANK FITZHUGH, JR., Houston 

Civil Engineering, ASCE 

COPELAND, DON CADE, Chandler 

Pharmacy. K*, LPhA 

COPELAND, MARTHA ELIZABETH, Chandler 

Home Economics Teacher Education 

CORDELL, BARBARA LEE, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, Cap and Gown, Westminster Student Fellowship, 

Longhorn Christian Fellowship 

CORDWELL, RICHARD ALAN, Berlin, N. H. 
Geology 



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CROFFORD, WANDA JOYCE, Corpus Christi 
Business Education, 111211 

CRONIN, JOHN B., Palestine 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

CROW, GEORGE HULEN, Temple 

Physical Education, PEM 

CROWHURST, DONALD EDWARD, Austin 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

CUBINE, JOE K., Electra 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, TLOK 

CULVER, CHARLES DAVID, Tyler 
Petroleum Engineering, *K+, A+S2, AIME, Tyler Club 

CULVER, EVERETT E., Dallas 
Chemical Engineering, 4>HS, SiXE, TBH, AIChE 

CUMMINGS, BOBBY LOUIS, Gatesville 
Accounting 

CUMMINGS, KATHERINE LYNN, Houston 

English, KA0, Y, Canterbury Association 

CUMMINS, NELDA ANN, Austin 

Clothing, Textiles and Costume Design, XS?, Home Economics Club, Charm 
Committee 

CUNNINGHAM, HILARY HERBERT, JR., Krum 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

CUNNINGHAM, JULIA MAY, Huntsville 

English, HE*, Ashbel 

CUPIT, WILLIAM L., JR., Wichita Falls 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

CURE, LA NELLE, Nixon 

Business Education and Secretarial Studies, TICII, WICA, Cap and Gown, 
Future Teachers of America, Inter-Cooperative Council, Young Democrats 

CURLEE, RONALD K., Waco 

Mathematics 

CURRY, KEYS ALEXANDER, JR., Midland 

Mechanical Engineering, *K*, TBII, IITZ, Engineering Council 

CUTLER, DON EDWARD, Abilene 

Pharmacy, LPhA 

DAFFERN, BOBBY JOE, Stamford 
Advertising, AAE, KK<% BSU, Longhorn Band 

DALTON, JOEL PHIL, San Antonio 

Personnel Management, A1II, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

DAMEK. PAUL FLOYD, Dayton 
Petroleum Engineering, XIT. AIME, Newman Club 



PACE 45 



CORLEY, CAROL, Austin 

Clothing, Textiles and Costume Design, HE*, ON, Reagan 

CORNELIUS, WINONA LYNN, Pampa 

Psychology, Cap and Gown, Civil Defense Committee, House Chairman 

Organization, Co-ed Forum, Disciples Student Fellowship 

CORNELL, DAVID MAYO, San Antonio 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, IIKA, REW, Cowboys, 
Round-Up 

COTULLA, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Cotulla 

Finance, Acacia, Young Republicans 

COUCH, REBA FAY RAGLAND, Fort Worth 
Pharmacy, KE, LPhA 

COULTER, ERNEST AMES, Pasadena 
Pharmacy, PX, LPhA 

COURTNEY, L. C., JR., Houston 
Chemical Engineering, TBH, S2XE, AIChE 

COWAN, DAVID JOE, Kerrville 
Physics 

COWAN, JAMES WYATT, Dublin 

Chemistry 

COX, JACK BOLAN, Houston 

Architecture, KZ 

COYLE, FORREST E., Pharr 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE 

COZART, WILLIAM REED, La Tuna 

English, *I>H2, <f*BK, Westminster Student Fellowship, Christian Failh 

and Life Community 

COZBY, RAYMOND WILSON, JR., Grand Saline 
Zoology, Pre-Medical, *I'A 

CRAIG, CAROLYN JANE, Fort Worth 
Pharmacy, KE, LPhA 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT JAMES, McAllen 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, T Association, Varsity Track, Varsity 
Cross Country 

CRESWELL, MARJORIE ANN, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, ZTA, AAA, ACE, Suinma Cum Laude, Disciples 
Student Fellowship 




SENIORS 



DAMIANI, KIRWIN GHERBIS, Galveston 
Pharmacy, "f>AX, LPhA, Galveslon Club, Newman Club 

DANIEL, ELMER LEON, Fort Worth 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

DANIEL, JACK STRICKLAND, Deer Park 

Personnel Management 

DANNA, JOHN B., JR., Dallas 

Architecture, AT12, AIA, Architecture Council 

DARTLEY, KENNETH JAMES, Dallas 

Chemical Engineering, AM 

DAVIDSON, JACQUELYN, Wharton 

Elementary Education, ZTA 

DAVILA, ALFONSO, San Antonio 
Retailing 

DAVILA, FRANK, San Antonio 

Law, A9* 

DAVIS, BILLIE EDWIN, Tyler 
Mechanical Engineering, A*!2, ASME, MICA 

DAVIS, DANIEL T. M., JR., Childress 
Physics, Astronomy Club 

DAVIS, DIANE, Houston 
Applied Art, ATA 

DAVIS, ELIZABETH ANN, Freeport 

Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Texas Stars. Westminster 
Student Fellowship 

DAVIS, GEORGE ARTHUR. Killeen 

Geology, AKK, Freshman Football 

DAVIS, JACK LAYTON, Austin 

Zoology, IX 

DAVIS, JOE BRYAN, Corpus Christi 
Zoology, Pre-Medical, AI>S2 

DAVIS, PAUL LEMING, JR., Midland 
Business Administration Resources, ^TA 





DAVISON MARTHA DEE, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AXSi, Y, ACE, Canterbury Association, Sweetheart of 

Sigma Chi 

DAWSON, DAVID OLIVER, Brownwood 

Chemistry, AXZ, The Stag Co-op 

DAWSON, MARY JANE, Crockett 

Home Economics Teacher Education, XS2, REW, Home Economics Club, 
Charm Committee 

DE ARKOS, FRANCISCO J., Laredo 

Civil Engineering, Laredo Club 

DEBAVADI, TED C., Galveston 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

DEBES, ELAINE THEODORA, Beaumont 

Psychology, Cap and Gown, Society for the Advancement of Management 

DEHNEL, PAUL E., JR., San Angelo 

Business Administration, Society foi the Advancement of Management 

DE LA ROSA, MARY ALICE, San Benito 

Retailing, Rio Grande Valley Club, Newman Club 

DE LEON, CESAR, Brownsville 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Alba Club, Rio Valley Club 

DE LEON, HECTOR, Pharr 

Pharmacy, LPhA, Rio Grar.de Valley Club 

DE LEON, RAYMOND SEBASTIAN, San Antonio 

Psychology and Zoology 

DE LOS SANTOS, MANUEL TREVINO, San Antonio 
Zoology, AEA 

DELPREE, JUAN CARLOS, Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Economics 

DENNEY, LEONARD EARL Rcfugio 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, ASME, Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

deRIDDER, KAREN ARIENA, Houston 
Commercial Art, AXSI, Freshman Council, Charm Committee 

DERRICK, ELMO ALEXANDER, Port Neches 

Business Administration, AK4* 

DERRICK, RICHARD E., Gainesville 
Accounting, XI'I 

DESENBERG, JULIUS DESEY, Houston 

Real Estate, *1A 

DE 

Accounting, AX, BA'K Bl^, Summer Assembly, Younit Republicans, 
Westminster Student Fellowship, Christian Faith and Life Community, 
Goodfellow 

DeWITT, JOSEPH CORNELL. Akin 
Pre-Medical, Plan IV, AEA, Newman Club 



PACE 46 



VRIES. ROBERT JOHN, Pclla. Iowa 

ounting, AX, BA'K BI-. Summer AsM-inhK . 




CLASS OF 1958 



DOWDEN, LEON D., Electra 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Intramurals 

DOWDY, JACK McCOY, Tyler 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

DRAKE, ELINOR CLYDE, Wellington 

Business Education, A*, II.II, REW, Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown, 
BBA Council, Cactus, AROTC Sponsor, Bluebonnet Belle Semi-Finalist, 
Student Property Deposit Scholarship 

DRAPER, DIANE SUE, Houston 

Elementary Education 

DRUMMOND, DONALD EUGENE, San Antonio 

Mathematics 

DUKE MARY ELLEN, Abilene 
Speech, Young Democrats 

DULAYMI, HADI M, Hilla, Iraq 

English and Linguistics, International Club, Arab Student Association. 

Wesley Foundation 

DULL, MARILYN JOANNE, Houston 

Mathematics, AT, Canterbury Association 

DUNAWAY, JERRY CLARENCE, Decatur 

Civil Engineering, TBII 

DUNCAN, MARVIN EDWARD, Irving 

Electrical Engineering 

DUNLAP, GINGER DELL, Port Lavaca 
Elementary Education 

DUPREE, ROSE DIANE, Gilmer 

Secretarial Studies, l'*B, Y, UTSA, Cap and Gown 

DURHAM, WALTER WINN, Fort Worth 

Advertising, AXA, AAZ, Young Republicans 

DURST, LLOYD MILTON. Fredericksburg 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, Longhorn Flying Club 

DYCHE, KAY, Alvin 

Applied Music, AAII, AI, University Symphony, Talent Committee 

DYER, FRANCES SUE, Farmersville 
Pharmacy, AAII, KE, Cap and Gown 

DYKE, EARNEST WESLEY, Mt. Pleasant 
Petroleum Engineering, *1>KT 

EAKER, E. CATHERINE, Fort Worth 
Speech Therapy, IIB*, 1AH 

EASON, CAROL ANN, Cleveland, Miss. 

Bacteriology, V..' 

EATON, CHARLIE MERLE, Rule 

Home Economics Teacher Education, I'<I>B, Cap and Gown, Home 
Economics Club 



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DIBE, ADNAN MAHMOUD, Wadi-Almpjower, Syria 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Arab Student Association 

DICKERSON, NORMAN CLIFFORD, JR., Dallas 

Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, TBII, HT2, HKX, ASME, AIEE-IRE. 
MICA 

DIKES, BILL NELSON, Brady 

Physical Education, *KS, PEM, AROTC, Distinguished Military Student. 
Assembly 

DITMORE, CARL ALEXANDER, JR., Cisco 

Business Administration, Longhorn Flying Club 

DIXON, BARBARA JANE, Brentwood, Mo. 

Applied Art, r*B, iTA, BSU, Sidney Lanier, Cactus, Steer Here, Student 

Government 

DOAK, ANNE VERNON, Houston 

Applied Art, ZTA, Steer Here, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Canterbury Asso- 
ciation 

DOCTORMAN, WILLIAM OWEN, Austin 

Real Estate and Insurance, 2<t>E 

DODD, CHARLES M., Corpus Christi 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

DOHERTY, LARRY NORMAN, Houston 

English, <f>Ki:, AIME, Disciples Student Fellowship 

DOMASCHK, JOAN ELIZABETH, Port Arthur 

Zoolozy, FA, Canter Club, Freshman Council, University Chorus, Speological 

Society 

DONAGHEY, SYDNEY ANN, West Columbia 

Secretarial Studies, A*, BIT, Y, BSU, Cactus, Co-ed Forum, All-Campus 

Advisor 

DONNELL, BEN ADDISON, Wichita Falls 

Business Route to Law, ^K*!', AK^k, Cowboys, Assembly, Associate 
Justice, BBA Council 

DONNELL, JAMES LOWE, Fowlerton 

Business Administration, BOII, American Finance Association 

DOROTIK, MILDRED ANN, Rowena 
English, Czech Club, Upperclass Advisor, Newman Club 

DOSS, DARRELL FINLEY, Nacogdoches 

Business Administration, Society for the Advancement of Management, 

American Marketing Association 

DOWD, DAVID BARRY, Austin 

Physical Education, T Association, Varsity Basketball 



'VT 




SENIORS 



ECKMAN, CARL EARL, JR., San Antonio 
Electrical Engineering 

EDGINGTON, DON HAROLD, Texarkana, Ark. 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

EDMAN, CYNTHIA SUE, Houston 
Secretarial Studies, ZTA 

EDWARDS, NANCY ELIZABETH, San Antonio 
English, AAA, Orange Jackets, Panhellcnic 

EHLERT, HARRY CERN Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE 

EHRESMANN, BERNARD JOHN, Dallas 

Accounting, A1II, AFROTC 

EKFELT, KERSTIN HILDEGARDE, College Station 
Plan II, AAA, A*A, *BK, WICA, Spooks, Reagan, Young Democrats, 
Mortar Board Scholarship Cup, Parking, Traffic and Safety Committee, 
Goodfellow 

ELAM, JOHNNY EDWARD, Luling 

Physical Education 

ELDER, PEGGY JO, Cucro 
Journalism, * 

ELLEDGE, JESSE LAWRENCE, Corpus Christi 

Chemisty, AXS, BA*, BPil 

ELLIOTT, EDITH ORR, McAllen 

Home Economics Education, AAA, Sweetheart Finalist, Bluebonnet Belle 

ELLIOTT, STEPHEN CLAY, Dallas 

Electrical Engineering, AXA 

ELLIS, GLEN EDWARD, Comanche 

Physics, KA 

ELLISON, LLOYD DEAN, Rosenberg 
Accounting, Society for the Advancement of Management 

ELMER, H. RICHARDS, JR., Dallas 
Accounting, AT, NROTC 

EMBREE, MARY ELLEN, Austin 

Latin-American Studies, A+, *BK, SAII AAA, HAG, Orange Jackets. 
Mortar Board, Sidney Lanier, Goodfellow, Campus Chest, World 
University Service, University Religious Council 





EMSLEY, DONALD EUGENE, Cisco 

Finance, American Finance Association 

ENDERLIN, HANS W., JR., Blanco 

Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Society for the Advancement 

of Management 

ENG, JACKSON, San Antonio 
Psychology 

ENGELMAN, CHARLES EDWARD, Wichita Falls 
Petroleum Engineering, KA, AIME 

ENGELS, FRANK K., San Antonio 
Industrial Management 

ENGERT, MAX, Fort Worth 
Electrical Engineering 

ENGERT, PATSY ANN, Clcburne 
Accounting, BA4* 

ENGLER, FRANKLYN RAYMOND, Austin 

Geology 

ENOS, ROBERT W., Austin 

Social Sciences, XTI, RIL Steering Committee, Westminster Student Fellowship 

ENOS, SHIRLEY FAULK, Austin 

Business Education 

ENSLE, JOHN FREDERICK, Houston 

Business Administration, <f>HS, Varsity Debate Squad, Rusk, Oratorial 
Association, Canterbury Association 

ERWIN, TERRY WATERS, La Porte 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

ESCHBERGER, CATHERINE JOY, Lubbock 

History, English Education. President Wilson's Student Advisory Council, All- 
Campus Advisor, Campus Chest 

ESCHBERGER, LEON McCLAIN, Austin 

Pharmacy, LPhA 

ESPEY, LAWRENCE LEE, San Benito 
Zoology, Freshman Track, Westminster Student Fellowship 

EVELAND, WILLIAM ALBERT, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Industrial Management, ZIK, Society (or the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

EVERETT, JAMES RONALD, Wichita Falls 

Mathematics 

EYLER, ROY ELWOOD, Austin 

Industrial Management, ASH, Society for the Advancement of Management 

FAIRBAIRN, JAMES MARION, Kosse 

Insurance, Alii . Insurance Society 

FALLEK, MILDRED LYNN, McAllrn 

Elementary Education, A<fE, ACE 



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CLASS OF 1958 



FOERSTER, GEORGE F., Dallas 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE, Tejas Club, T Association, Varsity 
Track and Cross Country 

FONVILLE, TAZH TAYLIX, Taft 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

FOOTE, PHYLLIS JEAN, Port Arthur 
Physical Education, PEM 

FORBESS, BILLY WAYNE, Brownwood 
Economics, AKE, Varsity Fencing Team, Student-Faculty Club 

FORD, MILTON JOHN, San Antonio 
Physics, XTI, IRE 

FORRESTER, TERRY NORMAN, Pampa 

Architecture, Acacia, 4>H, A*0 

FOSTER, HAROLD WAYBORN, Haynesville, La. 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

FOSTER, TARED FRANKLIN, Houston 

English and History, Acacia, UTSAM, Varsity Fencing, Canterbury 
Association 



FOSTER, JERRY RAY, Arlington 
Pre-Law, TIKA, Union Committee 



FOSTER, JOSEPH HOLT, JR., Stamford 

English, 2AE, AFROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society 

FOSTER, WILLIAM EDWARD, Bishop 

Pharmacy, PX, *AX, LPhA 

FOUNTAIN, ALTUS DEAN, Tyler 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

FOWLER, WILLIAM DODD, Alice 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

FRANKLIN, JOAN MARIE, Baytown 

Home Economics Education, XS2, ON, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Home 

Economics Club, Outstanding Student 

FRAZIER, MARILYN ADELE, Stephenville 
Journalism, A4>, Daily Texan 

FREEL, RADFORD H., Houston 

Finance, KZ 

FREEMAN, KENNETH A., Dallas 

Geology, AIME, Geological Society 

FRIBERG, EMIL E., Wichita Falls 

Mechanical Engineering, AT. ASME, SAME, Assembly, Texas Student Publi- 
cations Board of Directors, Engineering Council, Outstanding Student 

FRICKE, MICHAEL MOORMAN, Bay City 
Psychology, X4 

FROMME, BETTY LOU, Tynan 
Elementary Education, AZ, Strike and Spare 



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FARELL, CHARLES LEE, Commerce 
Electrical Engineering, TBH, AIEE-IRE, MICA, BSU 

FARLEY. NEITA LEA, Houston 

History and Education, Ti>B, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Upper- 
class Advisor, Goodfellow 

FARMER, ROBERT STERLING, Austin 

Physics, IIKA, AFROTC, Orange Wings, Arnold Air Society 
FAULK, LAURA ELIZABETH, San Antonio 
Secretarial Studies and Business Education, F+B, 11011, NSA-TISA, 
REW-RIL, Cactus Editor, Texas Student Publications Board of 
Directors, Sidney Lanier, Summer Assembly 

FAUNTLEROY, JOHN PARKER, Houston 

Business Administration, K, Interfraternity Council, Insurance Society 

FELKNER, IRA CECIL, Alice 

Zoology 

FELLBAUM, ERNEST S., Austin 

Real Estate and Insurance, ATO 

FERGUSON, BERTA B., Jefferson 
Music Education 

FERGUSON, JAMES ARVILLE, Post 

Architecture, AIA, MICA, Sphinx 

FERGUSON, NANCY HUME, Houston 

Spanish, KKT, REW, Freshman Council, Sponsored Students Committee, 
Round-Up, Canterbury Association 

FERRILL, JAMES RONALD, Tyler 

Civil Engineering, ASCE, TSPE 

FEUGE, JAMES E., Fredericksburg 
Plan II, German, A<t>A, Der Eulenspiegelverein 

FINLEY, KERMIT RICHARD, Sweeny 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for the Advancement of 
Management. 

FISHER, EDWIN E., Bay City 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

FITZGERALD, JOAN, Midland 

Plan II, AF, *BK, AAA, *A9, Reagan, Women Voters 

FLANNERY, JOHN OGE, San Antonio 

Petroleum Engineering, X*, AIME, TSPE 




SENIORS 



FROMME, LINDA ANN, Austin 

Elementary Education, AXQ, ACE, Cap and Gown 

FULLINGIM, WILLIAM EMBRY, Odessa 

Marketing, fr.i 

FULLWOOD. WENDELL STUART. Ingram 
Accounting, BA'I' 

FULTON, TOMMY GENE, Electra 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 
FUNK, SYLVIA JAN, Houston 

Dietetics, ZTA, Upperclass Advisor 

GAINLEY, GEORGE ALFRED, JR., Corpus Christi 

Physical Education, T Association, Varsity Baseball, Canterbury Association 

GANNETT, RICHARD LEE, Fort Worth 

Advertising, 4>1'A, AA, Silver Spurs, Yell Leader, Goodfellow 

GANUS, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Waco 

Geology, ETE, Geological Society, Newman Club 

GARCIA, CONRADO, Raymondville 
Zoology, Newman Club 

GARCIA, EDMUNDO B., JR., San Diego 

History, Alba Club 

GARCIA, JUDY, Brownsville 

Psychology 

GARCIA-CADIZ, OSVALDO, Maunabo, Puerto Rico 
Economics, XFI, Society for the Advancement of Management, New- 
man Club 

GARRETT, CLAUDE HARMON, III, Groesbeck 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 

GARRETT, IRIS GAIL, Port Arthur 

English, rf>B, Y, REW, Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown, Panhellenic, Reagan, 

Bluebonnet Belle Nominee, World University Service, Westminster Student 

Fellowship 

GARRETT, JENNINGS A., Van 

Life Insurance, <!>, Insurance Society 

GARRETT, LEWIS BENJAMIN, San Antonio 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 





Management, 



GARZA, AMANDO, JR., Laredo 

Retailing, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of 

Management, Laredo Club 

GARZA, MARY IDA, Hidalgo 

Retail Pharmacy, KE, LPhA 

GASSMANN, EDWIN ANTON, Schulenburg 

Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of 
Intramurals 

GAULDEN, JOE THOMAS, Leonard 

Pharmacy 

GAVIT, WILLIAM L., Glen Rose 

Zoology, ATA 

GEORGE, PATRICK DANIEL, Austin 

Physical Education, PEM 

GHORMLEY, MICKEY BURWELL, Dallas 

Interior Decoration 

GIBBS, CHARLES RUSSELL, Austin 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

GIDDINGS, BERNICE ANNETTE, Baytown 

Business Administration 

GILBERT, ARTHUR EARL, Tyler 
Government 

GILBERT, NANCY MARVIN. Russellville, Ark. 

Music, M*E, VVICA, Glee Club, A Cappella Choir, University Chorus, 

Upperclass Advisor, Union Committee, Wesley Foundation 

GILBREATH, PATRICE SUE, San Antonio 

Plan II, IIB*, Ashbel 

GILDART, SANDRA JEAN, San Antonio 

Secretarial Studies, A* 

GILLETT, STEWART MORRIS, Corpus Christi 
Accounting, <f>K 

GILLILAND, RAY MORRIS, San Antonio 

Bacteriology, Pre-Medical 

GIZELBACH, T. J., Austin 

Psychology 

GLASS, FRANK LELAND, Swcctwater 

Business Administration, '' 



GOLD, ALAN LESTER, Houston 

Accounting, Round-Up, Hillel Foundation 

GOLD, HARVEY LEO, San Antonio 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, CFO, .Newman Club 

GOLTZMAN, LEONARD JAY, Victoria 

Business Administration 



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CLASS OF 1958 



GREEK, PAUL E., San Antonio 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

GREGG, NOEL VIRGINIA, Kerrville 
Piano Pedagogy, XO, AI, Canterbury Association 

GRESHAM, JAMES COLLIN, Houston 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

GREVE, WILLIAM FRANCIS, JR., Galveston 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, T Association, Varsity Track, New- 
man C'ub 



FIN, ERNEST GOVAN, JR., Houston 

nical Engineering, ASME 



GRIFFIN, ALICE JEANEANE, Houston 

English, FA 

GRIFFIN, 

Mechan 

GRIFFIN, GERALD O'RUSSELL, Austin 

Applied Art, MICA 

GRIFFIN, JAMES AUBREY, McKinney 

Accounting, AK*, Society for the Advancement o( Management 

GRIFFIN, MARY ESTELLE, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAII 

GRIFFITH, DON L., Ennis 
Speech, KA 

GRIFFITH, GAY MAURINE, Corpus Christ! 
History Education, A>1>, Cactus 

GRIFFITH, ROBERT GENE, Victoria 
Education 

GRIFFITH, SANDRA LEN, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AI\ ACE, REW, Y, Orange Jackets. Future Teachers of 
America, Upperclass Advisor, University Religious Council, Disciples Student 
Fellowship, Goodfellow 

GRIFFITH, TOMMIE ALLEN, Taylor 

Radio and Television, Radio-TV Guild 

GRIFFITHS, DAVID EVAN, El Paso 

Petroleum Engineering, 2AE, ZFE, AIME, Arnold Air Society 

GRIMES, PEARSON, JR., Cleveland 

Law, AKE, Y, AROTC, SiKer Spurs, Rangers, Summer Associate 

Justice 

GRISSOM. DAVID, Dallas 

Mechanical Engineering, *K, <i>HL. ASME, TSPE 

GROSS, CHARLES EDWARD, Fort Worth 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, Wesley Foundation 

GROSSMAN, DAVID LYLE, Austin 

Mechanical Engineering, TBII, HTS, ASME 

GRUBBS, NANCY JANE, San Antonio 
Applied Art, Zi'A 



PACE 51 



GONZALEZ, FRANCISCO T., Brownsville 
Pharmacy, *AX LPhA 

GONZALEZ, MANUEL GUADALUPE, Mission 

History, Education, Plan II, MICA, Newman Club 

GOOD, DORA ELEANOR, Tyler 

Marketing, AI\ American Marketing Association 

GOOD, ROBERT EARL, Edinburg 

Aeronautical Engineering, Y, lAeS, Tejas Club, Young Republicans, 
Freshman Tennis, Great Issues, Wesley Foundation, Christian Faith 
and Life Community 

GOOLSBY, MORRIS L., JR., Wichita Falls 

Music Education, $Hr, 4>MA, Symphonic Band, Symphony Orchestra, Long- 
horn Band 

GOOSBY, NANCY LEE, Houston 

Speech Education, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Assembly, Secretary Students 
Association, Freshman Council, Student-Faculty Cabinet, Social Calendar 
Committee, Disciplinary Committee, Union Board of Directors, Halstead, 
Christian Faith and Life Ccmmunity 

GORE, SHIRLEY ANN, El Paso 

Plan II, AiQ, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Government Committees, All- 
Campus Advisors 

GORMAN, WILLIAM DON Dallas 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, Intramurals 

GOSS, DAVID EDWIN. Edrouch 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE, Pistol Team 

GRAHAM, CHARLES LOVORN, Del Rio 

Pre-Medical 

GRAHAM, JUDITH BALES, Del Rio 

Elementary Education 

GREEN, GEORGE EDWIN, Austin 

Finance, ATA 

GREEN, JESSE LEE, Austin 

Psychology, 4*KZ 

GREEN, ROBERT STERLING, Beaumont 
Accounting, ATA 

GREEN, TERRY CLAY, San Antonio 

Electrical Engineering, HKA, AIEE-IRE, Arnold Air Society 

GREENSTREET, WILBUR HORACE, JR., Midland 
Mechanical Engineering, <t>FA, TBII, HTS, ASME, NROTC, Can- 
terbury Association 



ft rs 




SENIORS 



GRUPE, BETSY ANN, Austin 

Secretarial Studies, T*B 

GUARIN, MARY ALICE, Houston 

Secretarial Studies, A*, Newman Club 

GUENZEL, JEAN HILL, Corpus Christi 

English Education, KKT, Freshman Orientation, Campus Chest, West- 
minster Student Fellowship 

GUERRERO, JOSEPH GREGORY, JR., San Antonio 

Pharmacy : K'K LPhA, Silver Spurs^ Pharmacy Sweetheart Commit- 
tee, Associate Editor of Longhorn Pharmacist, Professional Interfra- 
ternity Council 

GUETTLER, GLENN ROY, La Grange 

History 

GUFFEE, GUY KEEL, Midland 

Chemistry, AEA 

GUNN, ROBERT HAROLD, Hamilton 

Bacteriology 

GUZICK, NORMAN DAVID, Bay City 

Chemical Engineering, *H1, CXE, TBH, AX2, AIChE, Professional 
Interfraternity Council 

HABERLIN, FRANCES BETH, Austin 

Spanish, WICA, University Religious Council, Wesley Foundation 

HABIB, ANTHONY JOSEPH, Corpus Christi 

Zoology, Pre-Dental 

HAGAN, RILEY, JR., Asheville, N. C. 

Geology, Geological Society 

HAGEN, MARILYN, ESTELLE, Houston 

English, Upperclass Advisor, Charm Committee, Campus Coffee 
Commitee 

HAGER, EARL EVANS, Wharton 
Marketing, American Marketing Association 

HAIGHT EDWARD ALLEN, Kenilworth, 111. 

Mechanical Engineering, ZAE, Wrestling Team 

HAILE, LAWRENCE BARCLAY, Dallas 

Economics, X<I>, AZP, Interfraternity Council, Varsity Debate Squad, 
Oratorical Association, Rusk, Intramurals 

HAJJAR, AHMAD MARWAN, Damascus, Syria 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, Arab Students Association 





HALEY, CAROLYN JANET, Oakwood 

Home Economics, Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club. 
Upperclass Advisor, Charros 

HALL, BOB DON, Dallas 
Radio and Television 

HALL, CLAUDE RAYE, Brady 

Journalism, Texas Ranger, Daily Texan 

HALL, ROBERT THALLON, New York, N. Y. 

Economics 

HALL, WILLIAM B., Hearne 

Ceramic Engineering, A4>2, American Ceramic Society, Keramos, Engineering 

Council 

HALLMAN, LEON CHARLES, Dallas 

Accounting 

HALTOM, TAMES NORTON, Texarkana 
Marketing, ATA, American Marketing Association 

HAMILTON, LOUIS WAYNE, Dallas 
Marketing, American Marketing Association 

HAMMACK, IRWIN DUYKA, Angleton 
History, QKZ. 

HAMMOND, HALL STREET, San Antonio 

English, *rA *HE, Silver Spurs, President Wilson's Student Advisory Coun- 
cil, Student-Faculty Committee, Scholastic Integrity Council, Student Gov- 
ernment 

HAMPTON, CHARLES EMMETT, San Antonio 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, MICA, Canterbury Association 

HANDER, DONALD RAY, Corpus Christi 
Petroleum Engineering 

HANSEN, MELVIN O., JR., Fort Worth 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE 

HARE, KENNETH HAROLD, Austin 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, Glee Club, A Cappella Choir 

HARGRAVE, LINDA JANICE, Arlington 

English, I'M' A Cappella Choir, Young Republicans, Hospitality Com- 
mittee 

HARLAN, GERALD DREWERY, Dallas 

Applied Art 

HARPER, PHILLIP VERNON, JR., Childress 

Chemistry, AXX, A+0 

HARRELL, FORREST EDWIN, Pasadena 
Petroleum Engineering, 1't'K, AIME, Cowboys 

HARRELL, ROY ALVIN, JR., Ozona 

International Relations and Romance Languages, A<I>Q, Y, Alba Club. 
Symphonic Band, Club de Mexico, Wesley Foundation, Young Republi- 
cans, International Commission 

HARREN. RICHARD MASON, Weslaco 

Accounting, Society for the Advancement of Management 



PACK 52 




CLASS OF 1958 



HAYS MARY DELAINE, Austin 

Home Economics, ON, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club, Wesley Founda- 
tion 

HAZLEWOOD, SHERRELL L., Coleman 
English Education, XTI 

HEATH, LAURA ROSEMARY, San Antonio 
Art, ATA, BSU, Cap and Gown, En Charrette Committee 

HEIDELBERG, CAROL SUE, Jacksonville 
Home Economics, ZTA 

HEINEN, HUBER PLUMMER, Houston 

Plan II, German, A'l'A, Eulenspicgelverein, Young Republicans, Texas Associa- 
tion of German Students, Canterbury Association 

HEINY, JAMES HOWARD, San Antonio 
Accounting, Alll, A Cappe.la Choir 

HEJTMANCIK, MARVIS ALLEN, Caldwell 

Mechanical Engineering 

HELF, NANCY MARILYNN, Austin 

Personnel Management, AAII, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement, AROTC Sponsor 

HELLER, SALLY, Dallas 

Psychology, AZ, REW, Society for the Advancement of Management, Campus 
Chest, Hospitality Committee, Campus Survey Committee, Newman Club 

HEMPKINS, WILLIAM BRENT, Dcnison 

Geology, A4>., 4>H2, Geological Society, Cultural Entertainment Committee, 

Club de Mexico 

HENDERSON, BOYD LEWIS, Austin 
Pre-Law, IIKA 

HENDERSON, BURTLEYE, Houston 

Merchandising, nB4>, Y, Home Economics Club, Public Relations 
Committee 

HENDERSON, ELWOOD RAY, New Braunfels 

Electrical Engineering, KK*, SAME, AROTC, Rangers, Longhorn Band, Disci- 
ples Student Fellowship 

HENDERSON, GEORGE DAVIS, Fort Worth 

Finance, American Finance Association, Canterbury Association 

HENDERSON, JANE BIRDWELL, Cameron 
English, AF, AAA, Y, REW, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Cap and 
Gown, Swing-Out, Upperclass Advisor, Campus Chest, Orientation, 
University Religious Council, WesLy Foundation, Goodfellow 

HENDERSON, JERRY EVANS, Denison 

Mathematics, lAeS 

HENDERSON, JOYCE ANNE, Glenview, 111. 

Psychology, Y, REW, Orange Jackets Mortar Board t Ashbel, Canterbury Asso- 
ciation, University Religious Council, Christian Faith and Life Community, 
Outstanding Student, Marjorie Darilek Award 

HENDRICKS, JAMES LEE, Fort Worth 
Architecture, AIA, Sphinx 

HENRY, PATSY RUTH, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, AAA, Freshman Council, Turtle Club, Charm 

Committee 

HENRY, VIRGINIA R., Houston 

Art 



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HARRIS, CAROLYN, Austin 

Elementary Education, AZ, ACE, REW, Cap and Gown, Disciples Student 

Fellowship 

HARRIS, CHARLES MELVIN, Austin 

Architecture, AIA 

HARRIS, HARRIETT JEAN, Navasota 
English, KA9, Y, Upperclass Advisor 

HARRISON, JOHN HENRY, Dallas 

Bio-chemistry, AXZ, 4>H1, Professional Interfratermty Council 

HARRISON, JOSEPH WALTER, JR., Dallas 
Accounting, ASH, NROTC 

HARRISON, WILLIAM ARCH, JR., Austin 

Secondary Education, *BK, *H2: KK*, NROTC, Cowboys, Scabbard and 
Blade, Longhorn Band, Tejas Club, Inter-Club Council, Outstanding Student 

HARVEY GEORGE ALLEN, Waco 

Pharmacy, KK^, 4>AX, LPhA, Longhorn Band, Symphonic Band 

HARWELL, GEORGE MATHIS, JR., San Antonio 
Geology, KA, Geological Society 

HARWELL, KATHARINE Amarillo 

History, XO, *BK, *A9, AAA, Y, Upperclass Advisor, Student Government 

HATFIELD, HAROLD ELVIN, JR., Dallas 
Architectural Engineering, TBII, XE, AAAE, ASCE, TSPE 

HATTERMAN, JUDITH MARIE, Victoria 

Education 

HAW, SAMMYE JO, Atlanta 
Bacteriology, AAA 

HAYES, DOUGLAS P., Hebbronville 

Money and Banking, BSU, American Finance Association, Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

HAYNES, CHARLES ANDREW, Port Arthur 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Newman Club 

HAYNES, PATRICIA ANNE, Arlington 

Elementary Education, XAH, ACE, Upperclass Advisor, Society for the 

Advancement of Management 

HAYWOOD, NORCELL DAN, Austin 

Architecture, Sphinx 




SENIORS 



MEREST, ALBERT OTTO, Comfort 
Electrical Engineering, IRE 

HERBST, MARY HENNINGS, Comfort 

Music Education, AI, IIKA, Symphonic Band 

HERRERA, DOROTHY ANN, Harlingen 
History Education, Cactus, Great Issues 

HERRING, WELDON STUART, San Angelo 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

HERRINGTON, ENOCH B., Jacksonville 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 

HESS, GERHARD F., Darmstadt, Germany 
Sociology 

HEWLETT, JOHN THOMAS, Austin 

Marketing Administration, American Marketing Association. T Associa- 
tion, Varsity Football Manager 

HIGGINBOTHAM, JOYCE, Dallas 
Elementary Education, IIB*l>, Charros, Great Issues 

HIGHTOWER, ROBERT CAMERON, Liberty 

Plan II, Government and History, +HE, IISA, *Ae, *BK, AP, RIL, Assem- 
bly, Goodfellow Varsity Debate Squad, Union Executive Council Union Ac- 
tivity Council, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Grievance Committee, Fresnman Coun- 
cil, Orientation, Newman Club, Outstanding Student 

HILL, A. JACKSON, Fort Worth 

Mechanical Engineering, +111, TBfl, ASME, Scabbard and Blade 

HILL, IRIS RAMOXA, Waco 

English, AXC, REW, Cactus, Reagan, Varsity Carnival, World Univer- 
sity Service 

HILL, KENNETH ALBERT, Corpus Christi 

Accounting, *K*, BA* 

HILL, TOM WEAVER, Arlington 
Mathematics, Rocket Society, Wesley Foundation 

HILL, WENDALL ROYCE, Odessa 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

HILLJE, TO ANN, New Braunfels 

Plan II, AAII, AAA. BSU, Reagan, All-Campus Advisors, Great Issues, 

Sponsored Students Committee 

HINES, ROBERT PAUL, Austin 

Civil Engineering, ASCE 





HITE, ALICE JEAN, Austin 

Philosophy, AZ, Disciplinary Committee 

HODGES. BRENDA GALE, Junction 

Clothing, Textiles and Costume Design, Charros, Home Economics Club, 

American Marketing Committee, Cactus, Young Democrats, Union Activities 

Committee 

HODGES, CARROLL ANN, Austin 

Geology. AAII, *BK, AAA, Panhellenic, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board. 
Symphonic Band, Round-Up, Co-ed Forum, UTSA, Canter Club, Out- 
standing Student 

HOFFMAN, GLORIA ANN, Houston 

History Education, AAA, 4>A6, Charm Committee 

HOFFMANN, JOHN MILTON, Austin 

Petroleum Engineering, I"E, AIME 

HOFFMANN, MALCOLM EDWARD, New Braunfels 

Physical Education. PEM 

HOFMANN, SYLVIA SUZANNE, Austin 

Art, ZTA, Reagan 

HOLBROOK, JAMES FARRELL, Electra 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

HOLBROOK, MILTON RAY, Baytown 
Electrical Engineering, IRE 

HOLCOMB, JAMES MYRON, Crane 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, 't'K^', SAME 

HOLCOMB. LYNDON PAUL, Bay City 

Petroleum Engineering, *H, ZPE, TBH, AIME, Longhorn Christian 
Fellowship 

HOLDEN, WILLIAM PAUL. JR.. Denison 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, CFO, Newman Club 

HOLLAND, BOB W., Winters 

Chemistry 

HOLLAND. SAMUEL MATTHEW, JR., Galveston 

Psychology, AFROTC, CFO, Orange Wings, Galveston Club, Newman Club 

HOLMES, TUDITH WALKER, Texarkana 

Elementary Education, ACE, Cap and Gown, Engineering Wives Club 

HOLMGREEN, GENE A., San Antonio 

Business Administration, 4>1'A 

HOLT, JIMMY CLYDE, Austin 

Management, T Association, Track Team 

HOPE. PAUL DUAINE, Fort Worth 
Journalism, SAX, AFROTC, Daily Texan, Cactus 

HORNADAY, JON RUSSELL, Arlington, Va. 

Advertising, Acacia, AA1 

HORNSBY. MARY ELIZABETH, Longvicw 

Journalism, BSU, Future Teachers of America, Daily Texan. Cactus, 
Inter-Cooperative Council, Co-Ordinator's Council, Halstead 



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Ill 



CLASS OF 1958 

HORRIDGE, PATRICIA E., Deer Park 
Home Economics, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor 

MORTON, JOHN DAVIS, Texarkana 

Mechanical Engineering 

HOSACK, CHARLES RICHARD, Corpus Christi 

Accounting 

HOUSTON, CYNTHIA ANNE, Kilgore 
English, IIB*. Ashbel 

HOWARD, PAXTON H., JR., Austin 

Psychology, +K*, AEA, <I>H, Cowboys 

HOWARD, SHANNON, Dallas 

Government, A*, +BK, IIEA *A6, AAA, Y, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board. 
Goodfellow, Cactus, Upperclass Advisor, All-Campus Advisor, Government 
Committees, Freshman Orientation 

HOWELL, BOBBY LEE, Austin 
Accounting, XIT 

HOWREY, CHARLES WESLEY, Corpus Christi 
Marketing Administration, American Marketing Association 

HUCA, JORGE R., Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Geology 

HUDSON, JIM RAY, Alpine 
Mechanical Engineering, HKA, ASME 

HUDSPETH, CLAIRE, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAA, Y, REW, Orange Jackets Goodfellow, 
Upperclass Advisor, All-Campus Advisor, Campus Chest, Wesley Founda- 
tion 

HUDSPETH, HARRY LEE, Dallas 

Law, A*S2, *BK, <f>A<l>, <*>H, II2A, Friars, Silver Spurs, Chancellors, 
Goodfellow, Law Review, Students' Association Vice-President, 
President Wilson's Student Advisory Council, Election Commission, 
Outstanding Student, Student-Faculty Committee, Track 

HUEBOTTER, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Houston 

Architecture 

HUFF, CLARK KERN, Houston 

Architectural Engineering, XK, AAAE 

HUFFINGTON, ANN, Houston 

Journalism, ATA, 02<f>, Cap and Gown, Panhellenic, Daily Texan, 
Women Voters, Wesley Foundation 

HUFFMAN, JAMES MILTON, Terrell 
Civil Engineering, SAME, AROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Distin- 
guished Military Student 



' 









HUGGINS, JIM BUCK, Dallas 

Mechanical Engineering, JTKA, ASME, Talent Committee 

HUGHES, CHARLES McCALL, Cleveland, Tenn. 
Radio and Television, Curtain Club, Radio-TV Guild 

HUGHES, EDDIE STRODE, Austin 

Journalism, ZAX, Summer Texan Managing Editor 
HULL, DOLLY GALE, Jackson, Miss. 

History, AZ, Reagan, Scholastic Integrity Council, Campus Coffee 
Committee 

HULTGREN, SIDNEY JEAN, Boise, Id. 

Music, Piano, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion, World University Service 

HUNGER, ANDREW M., Karnes City 
Petroleum Engineering 

HUNTER, DICK KEITH, Texas City 

Zoology, *HZ, AEA, RIL, Wesley Foundation 

HUNTER, LINDA JANE, San Antonio 
Interior Design, AZ 

HURLEY, JAMES FRANKLIN, Houston 

Industrial Management, HKA, Society for the Advancement of Management 

HYDRICK, CHARLOTTE GOODPASTURE, Austin 

Elementary Education, AAIT, ACE, Spooks 

ISOM, CHARLES ARMOND, Dallas 

Physics, XIT 

ITO-FLORES, CRUZ, Chihuahua, Mexico 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Club de Mexico 

JACKSON, BILLY MACK, Dallas 

Radio and Television, ATA 

JACKSON, HENRY WOODROW, Beaumont 

Mathematics and Physics, <fBK 

JAMES, YVONNE LUCILLE, Dallas 

Retailing 

JANCIK, MARGARET CHARLYN, Houston 

Bacteriology, A All 

JANSSEN, HERMAN PHILLIP, San Antonio 

Architecture 

JARRELL, MAXIE WILLIAM, Temple 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

JARY, LLOYD WALKER, JR., Fort Worth 

Architecture, "Ht*. AIA, Campus Chest, Publicity Committee 

JENKINS, JERRY HARRISON, Fort Worth 

Psychology, NROTC, Buccaneers, Scabbard and Blade, University 

SWC Rifle Team 



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SENIORS 



TENKS, PAUL MENTOR, JR., Pampa 

Personnel Management and Industrial Management, Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

JIBLITS, EDWARD WILLIAM, McDonald, Pa. 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

JOHNSON, ANN, Austin 

Secretarial Studies, AZ, BSU, REW, Cap and Gown, Exhibits Committee 

JOHNSON, BETTY CAROL, Elgin 

Plan II, Y, Ashbel, University Chorus, Christian Faith and Life 
Community 

JOHNSON, CARLENE, Austin 

Home Economics, X!2, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Womens Council, Charm Com- 
mittee, 10 Most Beautiful, Varsity Carnival Queen, AFROTC Sponsor, Sweet- 
heart Finalist, Blucbonnet Belle Finalist 

JOHNSON, JAMES CALVIN, Lufkin 

Zoology 

JOHNSON, JEAN ELIZABETH, Beaumont 
Home Economics, IIB*, Reagan 

JOHNSON, LILA MAE, Alamo 

Business Education, HSH, Texas Stars, BBA Sweetheart, BBA 

Council 

JOHNSON, MALCOLM RONALD, Houston 

Geology, AIME, Geological Society 

JOHNSON, ROBERT LEWIS, Kilgore 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

JOHNSON THOMAS ELVIN, Waco 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

JOLLEY GEORGE CARDWELL, JR., Uvalde 

Industrial Management, 62, AFROTC, Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Intramurals 

JOLLY, WALTER LEE, JR., Baytown 
Electrical Engineering 

TONAS, RONALD WILLIAM, San Antonio 
Mathematics, Eulenspiegelverein 

JONES, BARNETT JULIAN, Sabinal 

Advertising, AA1 

TONES, HARRY ALISON, Benbrook 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 








TONES, HARRY LEE, San Antonio 
Physics and Mathematics 

JONES, MARY ANN, Lake Charles, La. 

Plan II, AAII, Westminster Student Fellowship 

TONES, PHILIP RAY, Dallas 

Zoology, MICA, Intramurals 

TONES, ROBERT LEE, Seminole 
Mechanical Engineeiing, ASME 

JONES, ROBERT LLOYD, Austin 

Personnel Management, HE, Society for the Advancement of Management 

TONES, RONALD LENTON, Austin 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, AIME, AFROTC, UTSAM 

JONES, ROY ALAN, Crawford 

Aeronautical Engineering 

JONES, ROY HAL, Bryan 

Plan II 

JONES, WALTER SIDNEY, Ennis 

Pre-Law 

JONES, WILLIAM FELIX, JR., Fort Worth 

Petroleum Engineering 

JORDAN, ERNEST MALCOLM, JR., Fredericksburg 
Applied Art 

JORDAN, JOY ELAINE, Fredericksburg 

Elementary Edjcation, AAII, Y. ACE, Lutheran Student Association 

JORDAN, MARJORIE F. ALLEN, Odessa 

Pharmacy, KK, LPhA 

JUAREZ, HUMBERTO L., JR., Laredo 

Law, MICA, Pershing Rifles, Laredo Club, Newman Club 

JUNG, JEANNETTE, Austin 

Drama, Acting, *M, Curtain Club, Best Actress 

TUNKIN, EDWARD DIXON, Kerryille 

English. Christian Faith and Life Community, Westminster Student 
Fellowship 

JURECKA, ANN CARLISLE, Galveston 

History, KAO. Cap and Gown, Campus Chest, Dolphin Club 

KAARUP MARILYN JOYCE, Weslaco 

Speech, 1 \ll. WICA, Upperclass Advisor, Lutheran Student Association 

KACHTICK, JAMES WALTER, Texas City 

Chemical Engineering, 1+E. OXE. *HS, AIChE, NROTC, Assembly. 
Silver Spurs, Scabbard and Blade, Bowling 

KAMRATH, KARL FRED, JR., Houston 

Architectural Engineering, AKE, AAAE, Silver Spurs, T Association, 
Varsity Tennis 



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CLASS OF 1958 



KING, FRANK CHARLES, Corpus Christi 
Retailing, A AX, American Marketing Association 

KIRK, JOHN ROBERT, JR., Martinsville, Va. 
Chemical Engineering, ATfl, S2XE, AIChE, Intramurals 

KIRK, SLOAN L., JR., San Saba 

Mathematics, ZX 

KIRKPATRICK, PATTY IRENE, Morristown, N. J. 

Psychology, AAA 

KITTLE, MARY GLYN, Houston 

Elementary Education, A4>, ACE, Future Teachers of America 

KLINEFELTER, KAREN, Dallas 

Journalism, 6Z<fr, WICA, Cap and Gown, Daily Texan, Wesley Foundation 

KNEBLIK, CLARENCE EDWARD, Temple 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

KNIGHT, DONALD RICHARD, Dallas 

Industrial Management, ATS, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

KOCUREK, WILLIAM NEAL, Austin 
Electrical Engineering, *HS, HKN 

KOEN, ADA LILLIAN ANN, Edinburg 
English, 4>M, Reagan, Newman Club 

KOENIG, BILLIE WALDYN, Cuero 

Music Education, Voice, AAA, IIKA, ZAI, Newman Club 

KOHLS, ROGER JOHN, Shamrock 

Electrical Engineering, I'A, AIEE 

KOLODNY, ELIZABETH ANN, Houston 

Elementary Education, A4>E, ACE, Hillel Foundation 

KOPECKY, ALFRED ALLEN, El Maton 

Chemistry, Pre-Medical, *H, AEA 

KOPPA, RODGER JOSEPH, Dallas 

Psychology, *X 

KOSUB, CHARLES HENRY, San Antonio 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, SAME, Newman Club 

KOTARA, THOMAS RONALD, Groom 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, CFO, Newman Club 

KOTTWITZ, WILLIAM LEWIS, Houston 

Insurance, <f>2A 

KRAUSE, EDWARD ERNEST, Pharr 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE 

KRICK, BARBARA KAY, Austin 

English, UTSA, Curtain Club, Texas Ranger, International Club, 
Racket Club 



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KAPADIA, DINESH R., Bombay, India 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, International Club, Indian Student Association 

KARDELL, SANDRA CARTWRIGHT, San Augustine 

Costume Design, A4> 

KAYYAL, KASIM M., Latakia, Syria 
Civil Engineering, ASCE, Arab Student Association 

KEER, PEGGY ANN, Scaly 

Pharmacy, KE, PX, LPhA 

KEITH, FRANK RODERICK, Austin 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, SAME, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade 

KEITH, JERILYN RICE, Austin 

Mathematics, AAA, AAA 

KEKHEYA, A. H. ALI, Latakia, Syria 
Mechanical Engineering, Arab Student Association 

KELLEY, DAVID L Gonzales 
Petroleum Engineering, ZFE 

KELLNER, RUTH, Galveston 

Elementary Education, Drama Club, Hillel Foundation 

KELLY, PATRICIA FLY, Uvalde 
Business Education 

KENNEDY, CHARLES ROY, Houston 

Personnel Management, MICA, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

KEOWN, ALLAN RONALD, El Paso 

Geology, KK*, AFROTC, Longhorn Band 

KIATTA, HOWARD WILLIAM, Denver, Colo. 
Geology, EN, Geological Society 

RIGHT, JOHN CARROLL, San Antonio 
Civil Engineering 

KIMBELL, EDWIN CAROL, Fort Worth 

Electrical Engineering, HKN, IRE 

KING, BYRON M., Austin 

Accounting, <I>KT 




SENIORS 



KRICK, HAROLD DAVID, JR., Austin 

Petroleum Engineering, KA, TBfl, II'E, +H2 

KUBALA, PAULINE ANN, East Bernard 

Home Economics, A4> ON, AAA, Home Economics Club, Newman Club, 

John Henry Newman Honor Society 

KUGEL, KAY ROSANNE, Longmont, Colo. 
Drama, Curtain Club, Round-Up 

KUGLE, SHARON GAY, Dallas 

Elementary Education, AXSJ, ACE, Y, Cactus, Freshman Council, 

Student Government 

KUYKENDALL, ROBERT PAUL, Big Spring 

Electrical Engineering 

KYLE, DONALD WILLIAM, Austin 

Public Relations and History, AA 

LAFRENTZ, JOHN DALTON, Austin 

Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Intramurals 

LAMAN, DAVID LEE, Spofford 

Physical Education, PEM 

LAMBERT, NANCY LOUINE, Austin 

English, A \A. <1>BK, Cap and Gown, Reagan, Wesley Foundation 

LAND, MARGARET LEE, Dallas 

English, A4, Orchesis 

LANDERS, A. W., Lampasas 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, TSPE 

LANE, RALPH EDWARD, Fort Worth 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

LANE, RICHARD ALLEN, Dallas 

Zoology 

LANG, PAUL HOWARD, Lampasas 
Social Studies, Education 

LANGLEY, ROBERT DAVID, Big Wells 

Mechanical Engineering, 4>H1, ASME 

LANGSTON, SYLVIA LOUISE, Houston 

Home Economics, Child Development, AAII 





LANNING, CHARLES FREDERICK, San Antonio 

Accounting, Society for the Advancement of Management 

LANTER, CHARLES ELLIS, Fort Worth 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, VI L 1 

LANTZ, MARY JEAN, Port Arthur 

Elementary Education, A4>, ACE, Publicity Committee 

LARA, MARIA LUISA, Eagle Pass 
Pharmacy, KE, LPhA 

LARKIN, LINDA SUE, New Braunfels 

Music Education, KKF, M*E, Y, A Cappella Choir, University Chorus 

LATHAM, WILLIAM TURNER, Carthage 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

LAUTERSTEIN, MOISE, La Grange 

Finance, TA4>, AM), AK*, American Finance Association, Round-Up, 

Ugly Man Committee 

LAVERTY, PENELOPE, College Station 

Plan II, French, *M, *BK, AAA, Hd*. Sidney Lanier, Strike and 
Spare, Canterbury Association 

LAW, OSCAR LAYTON, Laredo 

Industrial Management, ASME, Society for the Advancement of Management, 
American Management Association, Hillel Foundation 

LAWHON, ANNE GRIFFITH, Houston 

History, IIB*, *A6 

LAWRENCE, MINNA FAY, San Antonio 
Business Education, Secretarial Studies, AAA, flail, Spooks 

LAWSON, CADMUS KILGORE, II, Dallas 
Finance, *KZ, AEIT, AFROTC, American Finance Association 

LEDWIG, RALPH F., Groom 

Mechanical Engineering, SAME, ASME, CFO, Newman Club 

LEE, DONNA TORRANCE, Waco 

History, KKT 

LEE, LOYL LEON, Galveston 

Architecture, Rifle Team 

LEE, ROBERT JOSEPH, Bryan 
Pharmacy, 



LEE, ROY GENE, Gainesville 
Pharmacy, I'X, 4>AX, LPhA 

LEEAH, GEORGE ANDREW, Gonzales 

Advertising, AA1 

LEEAH, JUANITA JUNE, Pax, West Virginia 
Applied Art, Fine Arts Council 

LEGGETT, WILLIAM LARRY, Austin 
Architecture 




CLASS OF 1958 



LEMONS, KENNETH NEAL, Gainesville 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 



LEONARD ROGER L., JR., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

LEONARD, SMITH WADE, Robstown 
Geology, Canterbury Association 

LESLIE, JOHN PAUL, Corpus Christi 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, NROTC, Buc 



LESTER, JAMES EDWARD, Lubbock 

Pharmacy, *AX, PX 

LETZ, BUD BERNHARD, Rule 

Architectural Engineeiing 

LEVANDER, MURIEL NATALIE, Providence, R. I. 
Elementary Education 

LEWIS, ARLEN LESTER, Austin 

Accounting, 4>H, BA*, Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

LEWIS, CAR.OL SUZANN, Fort Worth 

Retailing, American Marketing Association, Union Committee, 75th Co-Ordinat- 

mg Committee, House Council of Women's Residences 

LEWIS, MARILYN JOAN, Dallas 

Speech Therapy, T*B 

LEYENDECKER, ERNEST ABBOTT, JR., Laredo 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Laredo Club 

LILLIE, RICHARD RANSOM, Austin 
Business Administration, A Cappella Choir 

LILLIE, ROBERT B., Austin 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, TSPE, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Engi- 
neering Council, Longhorn Band, Newman Club 

LIND, LEON DWIGHT, Austin 

Pharmacy, <I>AX 

LINDGREN, JAMES LOVING, Manor 

Chemistry 

LINDLEY, JOHN WALKER, JR., Sulphur Springs 
Marketing Administration, Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment, American Marketing Association 



LINKER, JAMES LORANZO, Arp 

Personnel Administration, ASIf, MICA 

LIT, BARBARA LEE. Memphis, Tenn. 
English, A<tE, Panhellenic, Government Committees 

LITTLE, IRIS BARTON, Kilgore 

Interior Design, Home Economics Club 

LITTLE, SAMMY DON, Kilgore 

Accounting, A2II, Wesley Foundation 

LITTLEPAGE, CLARENCE ROBERT, JR., Houston 

Electrical Engineering. AIEE-IRE 

LOCKE, CARL EDWIN, JR., Austin 

Chemical Engineering, <f>K*, QXE, TBII, AIChE 

LOCKETT, REESE BLAKE, JR., Brenham 
Civil Engineering, KA 

LODEN, PATSY LINN, Wichita Falls 
Elementary Education 

LODICO, COSMO ANTHONY, Edinburg 

Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

LOEFFLER, KENNETH, Mason 
Real Estate and Insurance, Insurance Society 

LOEW, RAYMOND RICHARD, Austin 

Pharmacy, *AX, PX 

LOGAN, DE LEON, Sweetwater 

Accounting 

LOGAN, WILMA NELL, Palestine 
Elementary Education, A*, Y, Cap and Gown 

LOHSE, PETER H ., Austin 

Transportation, f>HZ, ANA, BFS, Lutheran Student Association 

LOMONTE, CECILIA ANNE, Houston 
English, Newman Club 

LONGORIA, ROLANDO SORIANO, Corpus Christi 

Pharmacy, LPhA, Alba Club 

LOPEZ, MELITON. Raymondville 
History, 2AIT, MICA, Alba Club, Newman Club 

LOPEZ, ROBERTO B., Laredo 
Accounting, Laredo Club 

LOTSPEICH, ANN YVONNE, Robstown 
Child Development, A3* 

LOTSPEICH, SUE, Fort Worth 
Elementary Education, AAA 



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SENIORS 



LOUDERMILK, CAROL JEAN, Beeville 

History, *A6 

LOUGHRIDGE, ROBERT FOSTER, Fort Worth 

Economics, *BK, <t>H2, Scabbard and Blade, Young Republicans 

LOVE, BARBARA CAROL, Dallas 

Elementary Education, X12, ACE, Newman Club 

LOVELACE, BYRON KEITH, Dallas 

Chemical Engineering, BXE, TBH, AIChE 

LOWE, DIANA KAYE, Shreveport, La. 
English Education, ZTA, Reagan 

LOWRIE, LESLIE M., Dallas 
Geology, ETE, Geological Society 

LOYD, LARRY LEE, Shreveport, La. 
Mechanical Engineering, *r.i, *HS, FITS, TBII, ASME 

LUGLAN, LEIF WALDT, Kerrville 

Business Route to Law, 6S, FA, AROTC, Rangers, Confederate 

Drill Team 

LUTTRELL, JUDITH ANNE, Tulsa, Okla. 

Sociology, XQ 

LYLE, BARBARA CLAIRE, Bay City 

English, IIH'K Ashbel, International Commission, Campus Survey Commit- 
tee, Canterbury Association 

LYONS, PERRY JOSEPH, Dallas 

Chemistry, SAME, AROTC, American Chemical Society, Young Repub- 
licans, Canterbury Association 

MACDANIEL, GIBBS, JR., San Antonio 
Economics, <t>A6, Cowboys, Interfraternity Council 

MACKENNEY, BARBARA ANN, San Antonio 

Mathematics, English, AZ, Spooks 

MACKENZIE, CHARLES LESTER, Houston 
Engineering Route to Business Administration, I1KA, <f>H, Y, NROTC, 
Society for the Advancement of Management, Buccaneers, Grievance Com- 
mittee, Freshman Advisor, World University Service 

MAECKEL, EDWIN K., Corpus Christi 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

MAHAYNI, MOHAMED AREF, Damascus Syria 
Architectural Engineering, XE, TBIT, AAAE, Arab Student Association 








MAHFOOD, EDDIE M., Wichita Falls 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME. Power Show 

MAIGUASHCA, FRANKLIN EMERSON, Quito, Ecuador 

Economics. 4>HX, A Cappella Choir 

MALDONADO, LEONEL, Brownsville 

Business Administration, Campus Guild, Rio Grande Valley Club 

MALMGREN, FAITH ELEANOR, Port Arthur 

Retailing, Management, FI>B, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement, American Marketing Association, University Singers, Glee 
Club, Union Committees, Government Committees 

MALONE, JOHN ROBERT, Austin 
Business Administration 

MALONE, VERNON HAROLD, JR., Austin 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, TSPE 

MALONE, WILBERN F., Lockhart 

Accounting, Society for the Advancement of Management 

MANGUM, MURRAY BENJAMIN, Baytown 

Management, AXA, Society for the Advancement of Management, 
Longhorn Flying Club 

MANITZAS, MARY NICK, San Angelo 

English, Cap and Gown 

MANN, MARION MARSHALL, Denton 

Aeronautical Engineering, TBII, lAeS 

MANNING, ANN, Austin 

Bacteriology 

MANZ. JOE EDWARDS, Austin 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society 

MAREK, NELSON FRED, Port Lavaca 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Lutheran Student Association 

MARKUSON, STANLEY DAVID, Omaha, Nebr. 

Economics, Society for the Advancement of Management, Young Democrats 

MARLOW, FRED GUY, JR., Austin 

Management, A1FI 

MARQUESS, DON, Temple 

Marketing Administration, \M'. American Marketing Association 

MARSHALL, GILBERT GEORGE, Del Rio 

Finance, American Finance Association 

MARTIN, DAVID MICHAEL, Kirbyville 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

MARTIN, DOROTHY ANN, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, Future Teachers of America, Newman Club 

MARTIN, ELVA IRENE, Tyler 

Physical Education, PEM 



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McCLIMANS, FARAN ANDY RAY, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Government and International Relations 

McCOULSKEY, HUEY GRIFFIN, JR., San Angelo 
Physical Education, PEM 

McCRACKEN, RICHARD GORDON, Garland 
Petroleum Engineering, ASME 

McCRACKEN WILLARD ALTON, Houston 

Geology, A4Q, SrE, Geological Society, Wesley Foundation, Chris- 

tian Faith and Life Community 

McCULLOUGH, CHARLES ELLIS, Austin 

Electrical Engineering, KA. TBII, HKN, *H2, AIEE-IRE, TSPE, Engineering 
Council 

McELVEEN, HERBERT O., JR., Victoria 
Accounting, AROTC 

McFARLAND, JOHNANNA, Lubbock 

Business Education, Xli, Y 

McGAW, HUGH ROTH LEE, Austin 
Economics, SAME, AROTC, Pershing Rifles 

McGEE PAULA BETH, Bellville 

Physical Education, PEM, UTSA, Union Committee, Shangri-La, Wesley 
Foundation 

McGILL, BOBBY RAY, New London 
Government, XTI, MICA, Intramurals 

McGONIGLE, BETTY JEAN, Brownsville 

Zoology, Upperclass Advisor, Government Committee 

McHUGH, CHARLES WILLIAM, Grand Prairie 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME, SAME, AROTC, Varsity Rifle 
Team, AROTC Rifle Team, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

McILYAR, DON CHARLES, Dallas 

Civil Engineering, ARE, ASCE, Cowboys, Interfraternity Council. Summe 
sembly, Discipline Committee 

McINTYRE, JAMES PAUL, Dallas 
Advertising 

McKEOWN, SHARON LU, Fort Worth 
Business Administration, AXJ2 

McKINNON, PATSY SUE, Snyder 

Home Economics, Teacher Education, Home Economics Club. Wes- 

ley Foundation 

McLAURIN, LAUGHLIN ARTHUR, Austin 

Geology, <f>K+, Geological Society 

McMAHAN, EMMET KYLE, Houston 

International Trade, Foreign Trade Club 

McMASTER, CLIFFORD FRANKLIN, Tyler 

Mechanical Engineering, <I>H, ASME, Inter-Dormitory Council 

MCMILLAN, MARY MAXINE, Pecos 

Home Economics, ZTA, ON 



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MARTIN, MARGARET ANN, Houston 

Home Economics, Teacher Education, A*, Y, Cactus, Flash Card Committee, 

Westminster Student Fellowship, Cap and Gown, UTSA 

MARTIN, PATRICIA JO, Amarillo 

Drama Education, X2, Curtain Club, Government Committee 

MARTIN, PRESTON KUHN, Austin 

Chemistry, AXZ, Gymnastic Team 

MARTINEZ, ARTURO B., JR., Mercedes 
Pharmacy, K*, PX, LPhA, Rio Grande Valley Club 

MARTINEZ, FRANK S., Austin 

Secondary Education 

MARTINEZ, WILLIAM MUELLER, San Antonio 

Accounting 

MATHERS, GRACE ELIZABETH, Brownsville 

Spanish, ZTA, Y, President Wilson's Student Advisory Council, Tee Club 

MATLOCK, NORMA, Port Arthur 

Government. KKF, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Outstanding Stu- 
dent, President's Cabinet, Union Board of Directors, Upperclass 
Advisor, Discipline Committee, Round-Up 

MAXWELL, JANE ANN, Austin 

Journalism, AZ, Cap and Gown, Cactus, Daily Texan 

MAXWELL, LYNDALL OTEY, Houston 

Elementary Education, ACE, REW, Orientation, Orange Jackets, Westmin- 
ster Student Fellowship, Christian Faith and Life Community 

MAXWELL, MARTHA CATHARINE, Dallas 

History, IIB* 

MAY, CAROLE LYNN, Fort Worth 

Bacteriology, XS2, Ten Most Beautiful, Aqua-Carnival Queen Finalist, 
Sweetheart Nominee, Canterbury Association 

McANELLY, STANLEY MERLIN, Lameta 
Psychology, Pre-Medical 

McCALL, JAMES LYONS, Vicksburg, Miss. 
Business Administration, 1\ 

McCLATCHY, JOEL KENT, Bangs 

Mathematics Education, Future Teachers of America, Wesley Foundation 

McCLENDON, BOBBY JOE, Elgin 
Education 




SENIORS 



McMURRY, JILL ADRIAN, Dallas 

Music Education, AXQ, Glee Club, Head Cheerleader, V, Band Sponsor 

McMURTRY, ROSEMARY, Amarillo 
Government, ITB*I 

McNEW, WALTER HEDRIGK, Araarillo 

Sociology, Cowboys, Varsity Track, Cross Country, T Association 

McSHANE, JAMES EDWARD, Deer Park 
Chemistry 

MEACHAM, BILLIE OLIVER, Monahans 

Secretarial Studies 

MEADOWS, DAVID ELMER, Dallas 

Banking, Finance 

MEADOWS, JOE NORMAN, McGregor 

Geology 

MEEKS, CHARLES TATE ; Austin 

Finance, American Finance Association, BBA Council 

MEINSTEIN, CHARLES SOL, Fort Worth 

Pharmacy, PX, LPhA 

MEIER, DON KEITH, La Porte 

Personnel Management, OH, A1IT, Rangers 

MELNAR, WILLIAM C., Wallis 

Petioleum Engineering, TBII, EfE, AIME, Newman Club 

MENDEZ, RAYMOND, JR., New Braunfels 
Pharmacy, K*, LPhA, AROTC 

MENGEL, ROBERT ARTHUR, Dallas 

Industrial Engineering, Society for the Advancement of Management 

MERWIN, ALMA JEAN, Dallas 

Bacteriology, All-Campus Advisors, Longhorn Christian Fellowship 

MEYER, GARY HUGH, Luling 

Marketing, AK^, American Marketing Association, Varsity Basketball, 

T Association 

MEYER, HERMAN CAROL, Katy 

Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 





MEYER, JOACHIM DIETRICH, Austin 

Geology, TA 

MEYERS, ANITA, Childress 

Government, AAA, WICA, Young Republicans, Canterbury Association 

MIDDLEBROOK, McCARTER, Nacogdoches 

Chemistry, AT 

MIDDLETON, BILLY CHARLES, Mansfield 

Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

MILLER, C. A. SEARCY, Dallas 

Zoology, ATO 

MILLER, JAN EVANS, Austin 

Psychology, AAA, AAA, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Goodfellow, 
TISA 

MILLER, LESTER ALBERT, JR., Austin 
Mechanical Engineering, B9II, ASME, SAME, AROTC 

MILLER, LUTHER BERRY, Coppell 

Electrical Engineering, HKX, TBII, AIEE-IRE, MICA, Tejas Club, 
Disciples Student Fellowship 

MILLER, MEDA MARGARET, Waco 

Government, APA, *BK, 62*, AAA, Y, Daily Texan, Cultural Entertainment 
Committee 

MILLER, NANCY JANE, Houston 

Secondary Education, AXSJ 

MILLER, W. RUTH, Austin 

History, WICA, Cap and Gown, Future Teachers of America, Inter- 
national Club, Newsletter Committee, Union Committee 

MILLICAN, DAVID ANDREW, Dallas 

Advertising, Law, AXA, AA2, NSA, Y, Daily Texan, Steer Here, 
Public Relations Committee, Scholastic Integrity Council, Young 
Republicans 

MILLS, MARVIN LEROY, Skellytown 

Geology, Geological Society, Ramshorn 

MIMS, ROBERT ELTON, Water Valley 

Journalism. English, 4>BK, AX, 4HX, Silver Spurs, Friars, Tejas Club, 

Editor Daily Texan, Wesley Foundation, Dads' Day Award, Outstanding 

Student 

MINGUS, ODIS S., II, Neth, West Indies 

Government, KA, International Council 

MINNEMAN, MARY ANN, Paris, France 

French 

MITCHAM, WILLIAM SMITH, Cisco 

Electrical Engineering, TBIT, AIEE-IRE, Westminster Student Fellowship 

MIXON, JAMES L., Dallas 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management 

MOEHLE. THELMA ANN, Enid. Okla. 
Accounting, FA, WICA, House Chairman Organization 

MOERBE, MARTIN LEE, Giddings 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 



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MOORE, WILLIAM MAX, Austin 
Linguistics 

MOORE, WILLIAM THOMAS, Arlington 
Personnel Management 

MOREDOCK, DUANE E., Austin 

Geology, Geological Society 

MORENO, JOE, Lockhart 
Accounting 

MORGAN, HUBERT AUGUSTUS, JR., Beaumont 
Chemical Engineering, TKE, AIChE 

MORGAN, JAMES F., Alto 

Radio and Television 

MORGAN, ROBERT WYATT, Victoria 

Personnel Management, <fTA, Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

MORIARTY, MORTON WINSTON, Big Lake 

Physical Education, ZX, Xl'I, PEM, Varsity Football 

MORRIS, MARY LYNN, Seminole 
Business Education 

MORROW, KEITH KENYON, Freeport 

Psycnology, AX, A*B 

MORROW, WENDELL PHILLIPS, Austin 

Government, 4>H 

MUELLER, CAMILLA BEATRICE, San Antonio 

Mathematics, KKF, Ashbel, Canterbury Association 

MUELLER, CHARLES PAUL, JR., San Antonio 

Geology, ZX 

MULLER, BRUCE EDWARD, Marshall 

Finance, AZ<f>, A*fft, Cactus, Longhorn Band, American Finance Association 

MULLIKIN, BILLY RAYMOND, Henderson 

Personnel Management, AEII 

MUNOZ, MANUEL, Laredo 

Secondary Education, MICA, Laredo Club, Newman Club 

MURPHY, GERALD LAWRENCE, Akin 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Intramurals 

MURPHY, JAMES CHARLES, Austin 
Mechanical Engineering, 4>KZ, ASME 



MURPHY, PATRICIA JEAN, Port Arthur 
Secretarial Studies, Society for the Advancement of M 



Management 



MURRAY, HAROLD RICE, Dallas 
Accounting, KK+, NROTC, Longhorn Band 



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MOERS, SARA KATHRIN, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAA 

MOFFETT, FRANK CARDWELL, Midland 

Architecture, MICA, A1A, Glee Club, Longhorn Band. Symphonic Band, 

Architecture Honor Roll 

MOFFIT, ANN STUART, Austin 

Elementary Education. AXQ, Y, Round-Up, Campus Chest, Turtle Club, 
Upperclass Advisor, Canterbury Association 

MOHUN, RICHARD ALLEN, Temple 
Chemical Engineering 

MOLINA, GLADYS, San Antonio 

Spanish and Education, WICA, Alba Club, Newman Club 

MONTGOMERY, CHARLES HAROLD, Austin 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE 

MONTGOMERY, REUBEN, Houston 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

MOODY, BEBE DENMAN, Houston 

Elementary Education, I1B*I ) , Charros 

MOORE, ALBERTA FINLAY, Austin 

Finance, Banking, AAA, American Finance Association, Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

MOORE, CHARLES EDDIS, Mineral Wells 

Mathematics, 'I'M 

MOORE, JACK PRATT, Clarksville 
Chemical Engineering, AXZ, TBfl, SXE, AIChE 

MOORE, JOHN ROBERT, Henderson 

Sociology 

MOORE, MICHAEL ALAN, Fort Worth 

Chemical Engineering, AXE, *H2, AIChE 

MOORE, PATRICIA FRANCES, Austin 

Mathematics, UTSA, Tumle, Round-Up Revue, Time Staggers On 

MOORE, SANDRA LEE, Austin 

Elementary Education, XS2, Mortar Board. Goodfellow, Panhellenic, 
Sweetheart Nominee, Campus Chest, Scholastic Integrity Council 

MOORE, THOMAS FELTON, Texarkana 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 




SENIORS 



MUSICK, CHARLES RICHARD, Houston 

Industrial Management. IIKA, Society for the Advancement of Management 

MYRICK, TO ANN, Sulphur Springs 
Elementary Education, ATA 

NAGLE, FRANK TAYLOR, Austin 

Insurance, ATA, AROTC, Varsity Handball, Freshman Basketball, Talent 
Committee 

NALL, GARRY LYNN, Loving 

Plan II, History, IISA, BSU, Young Democrats 

NALLS, MORRIS GLENN, Austin 

Physical Education, PEM 

NASSAR, ALEXANDER, Detroit, Mich. 
Geology, Geological Society 

NATHAN JEROME JACOB, Beaumont 

Pre-Law, *iA, A+C, Cowboys, Head Cheer Leader, Union Commit- 
tees, Government Commitees 

NAUMANN, CHARLES LANDON, Marble Falls 
Accounting, AXII, Arnold Air Society 

NAYLOR, ALFRED ERNEST, Amarillo 
Electrical Engineering, AIM 

NAYLOR, BILL JOE. Amarillo 
Civil Engineering, XI'I, ASCE 

NEATHERY, JOHN LINDSAY, JR., Dallas 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, SAME 

NEBLETT, DOROTHY ELIZABETH, Canyon 
English Education, KA9, ACE, REW, Westminster Student Fellow- 
ship 

NEIMEYER, ALLEN CARL, Austin 

Government and History 

NELLE, CAROL LOUISE, Austin 

Home Economics, Home Economics Club 

NEUGEBAUER, RICHARD A., Pasadena 
Architecture 

NEUMANN, MARILYN, Bay City 

Zoology 





NEWBERRY, ALBERT GUS, Mount Vernon 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

NEWBROUGH, DANNY EARL, Texon 

Physics and Mathematics, +2K 

NEWMAN, ARTHUR ORIN, JR., Brownwood 

Music, AS*, KK*, TBII, OXE, *MA, AIChE, Ramshorn Association, 
Longhorn Band, Symphonic Band, Symphony Orchestra 

NEWMAN, VIRGINIA ORENE, Brownwood 

Home Economics Teacher Education, ON, Home Economics Club, 
Wesley Foundation 

NEWTON, JANET, Jacksonville 
Home Economics, XO, ON 

NEYLAND, THOMAS ALLEN, Beaumont 

Music Theory, 4>K, 4>MA, All Saints Episcopal Choir 

NICHOLS, LARRY DEE, Texarkana 
Architecture 

NIELSEN, NANCY, Edcouch 

Radio and Television, AAII AEP, RIL. Cap and Gown, Reagan. 
Radio-TV Guild, Talent Committee, Survey Committee, Wesley 
Foundation 

NIX, DONALD GENE, Corpus Christi 

Statistics, American Statistical Association, BBA Council 

NIX, EDNA ALLEN, Bellaire 
Chemistry 

NORMAN, BILL R., Rhome 

Industrial Management, UK, A1TI, BBA Council, Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

NORRIS, BOB RICHARD, Dallas 
Mathematics, MICA, Astronomy Club 

NORTHCUTT, JOHN HAROLD, Tyler 

Personnel Management, A1I 

NORWOOD, JACK GLENN, Texas City 

Pre-Law, Acacia, Silver Spurs t Interfraternity Council, Summer Assembly, 
Board of Directors of the University Co-Operative Society, Steering Com- 
mittee, Campus Affairs Committee, Round-Up, Representative Party, Good- 
fellow 

NUTT, VIRGINIA, Wichita Falls 

Plan II, KhT, Y, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Cap and Gown, Rea- 
gan, Goodfellow 

NYFELER, JOHN VERNON, Del Rio 

Architecture, ISA, AIA, Tejas Club, Sphinx, Architecture Covmcil 

OAKLEY, JUDITH LYNN, Dallas 

Commercial Art 

O'BRIEN, DENNIS JOSEPH, Austin 

Personnel Management, IIE, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and 
Blade, Society for the Advancement of Management, Intramurals 

O'DELL, LETA FAUNEIL, Fort Worth 

Applied Art 

ODEN, NANCY ANN, Houston 

Elementary Education, AAA 



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OWEN, NANCY ELIZABETH HARWELL, San Antonio 

Elementary Education, SI', Union Committees, Westminster Student Fellowship 

OWEN, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Corpus Christi 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

PACE, DENNIS GORDON, Port Arthur 

Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, UK, 4>H1, AFROTC, 
Society for the Advancement of Management, Intramurals 

PADGETT, PATRICIA, San Antonio 

Sociology, X12, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown, 
Assembly 

PAINE, LESTER I., Bay City 

Marketing Research, N", American Marketing Association, Representative Party 

PAINTER, JOHN JAY, San Antonio 

Psychology 

PALMER, LESTER BARRY, Austin 

Business Administration. AFROTC, Orange Wings, Scabbard and Blade, 
Arnold Air Society, Charros 

PARK, DIXIE J., Caracas, Venezuela 
Spanish, A<f> 

PARKER, CHARLES SCOTT, San Antonio 
Petroleum Engineering, BGH, AIME, Engineering Council 

PARKER, GERALD PATRICK, Corpus Christi 

Mechanical Engineering, TBII, IITi, ASME, MICA, B & H Instruments 

Scholarship 

PARKER, PATRICIA ANN, Pecos 

Elementary Education, ZTA, Orange Jackets, Spooks, Cap and Gown, 

AFROTC Sponsor, Sweetheart Finalist, Bluebonnet Belle 

PARKER, ROBERT LEE. Tyler 

English, A+G, AFROTC, Young Democrats 
PARSONS, JACK DOWLIN, Kcnedy 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE 

PARSONS, SUE, Fort Worth 
History, A<i>, Y, Cap and Gown 

PARTAIN, ROBERT ARTHUR, Palacios 

Retailing, American Marketing Association 

PARTIN, JAMES RALPH, JR., Beaumont 

Mechanical Engineering 

PASCHETAG, CARL, Beaumont 
Accounting, 9S 

PATZKE, KATHRYN ANN, Calvert 
English, Cap and Gown, Wesley Foundation 

PAULETTE, R. C., JR., Odessa 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

PAYNE, DONALD ALLEN, Combes 

Industrial Management, UK, Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 



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ODIORNE, KENNETH HUGH, Houston 

Restaurant Management, 6X 

O'DONNELL, THOMAS JOHN, Waco 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, Newman Club 

OHLHAUSEN, LILA FAY, Hunt 

Business Administration, BSU, Order of Eastern Star 

OLD, FRANCES ADELINE, March AFB, Calif. 

Psychology, IIB^, International Commission 

OLDHAM, LLOYD DURMAN, Freeport 

Mechanical Engineering, A*!*!.', ASME, MICA, Election Commission, Freshman 

Council 

OLIVER, JAMES PARKER, Caldwell 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, T1KA, AFROTC, Arnold Air 
Society, Society for the Advancement of Management 

OLSSON, JENNY LIND, Dallas 

Sociology, A*t, Y, REW, Union Committee 

O'NEAL, JOHNNY WILLARD. Midland 

Transportation, .iXA. Geological Society 

OPPIE, JOHN FRANCIS, Austin 

Economics 

OPRYSHEK, JOHN HENRY, Baytown 
Pharmacy, *AX, LPhA 

ORCHARD, BECCA JEAN, Houston 

English, A .ill, REW. Orange Jackets. Spooks, Bluebonnet Belle, 10 
Most Beautiful Finalist, Engineering Sweetheart Nominee, Upperclass 
Advisor, Grievance Committee, Freshman Council 

ORER, UNVER UNDAR, Ankara, Turkey 
Civil Engineering 

OTT, GRANVILLE EMIL, San Angelo 
Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBI7, IRE 

OTTS, COY D., Gainesville 

Geology 

OTTS, FOY LEE, Gainesville 
Geology 

OVERTON, JOHN ROY, JR., Big Spring 
Economics, Government, Young Democrats 




SENIORS 



PAYNE, TAMES ALLEN, Center 

Personnel Management 

PAYNE, SAMUEL JEROME. Dallas 

History, *K2, *A6, Scholastic Integrity Council, Fulbright Scholarship 
Candidate, Assistantship in History 

PEARSON, MARTORIE ANNE, Hutto 

Music Education, AXQ, Upperclass Advisor, University Chorus, Blue- 
bonnet Belle Finalist 

PEARSON, RICHARD ORVILLE, Denison 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

PEEPLES, KENNETH RAY, Pampa 

Marketing, American Marketing Association, American Finance Association 

PENA, CLEO, Corpus Christi 
Elementary Education, ACE, Newman Club 

PENA, EDUARDO, JR., Laredo 

Marketing, AA, American Marketing Association, Laredo Club, New- 
man Club 

PEPPER, JEAN ELLEN, Dallas 

Business Education, A*, AAA, IIQII, Orange Jackets. Mortar Board, 
Goodfellow, Panhellenic, All-Campus Advisor Council, Hospitality 
Committee 

PERDOMO-M, FRANCISCO JAVIER, Bogota, Colombia 

Petroleum Engineering 

PEREZ, NOE, Pharr 

Journalism, SAX, Daily Texan, Alba Club 

PERKINS, BILLY RAY, Marshall 
Business Administration 

PERRY, BOBBY WAYNE, San Angelo 
Advertising, Ail, BBA Council, Charros 

PERRY, JEANNE MARIE, Abilene 

English 

PESEK, CHARLES LEONARD, Jourdanton 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Newman Club 



PESEK, MARK GEORGE, Jourdanton 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, Newman Club 



PETTIS, JANET LOUISE, Waco 

History, IIB*, Y, Government Committee, Christian Faith and 
Life Community 





PHARR, GEORGE THOMAS, Lytle 

Journalism, AROTC, Daily Texan 

PHILLIPS, H. ROGER, San Antonio 
Advertising, <I>KT, AAS 

PICKENS, FRANKLIN ACE, Odessa 

Marketing, ARE, American Marketing Association, Round-Up, Steer 
Here, Grievance Committee 

PICKENS, MARY ANNE BRUNE, Garwood 

Mathematics 



PIERCE, ALLEN JOHN. Sandia 
Petroleum Engineering, NROTC, Crow's Nest 



Manage- 



PIETZSCH, EVELYN FRANCES, Beaumont 

Elementary Education, AAA 

PILES, JAMES PAUL, Tyler 

Advertising, History, <H.K, AA2, Film Committee, Daily Texan Adver- 
tising Staff, Jesse Jones Scholarship in Journalism 

PIPKIN, BOBBY JEAN, Baytown 

Social Studies, Education, KA9, UTSA, Poona Club AROTC 
Sponsor, International Commission, Intramurals, Canterbury Asso- 
ciation 

PISTOR, WALTER BROWN, Dallas 

Business Administration, *SK, AK*, A*Q, AFROTC, Silver Spurs, Goodfellow. 
AFROTC Rifle Team, Interfraternity Council, Union Executive Council, BBA 
Council, Student Government 

PITNER, DAN KEITH, Snyder 

Personnel Management, T Association, Varsity Track, Varsity Cross-Country 

PITTS, MARIE FRANCES, Grants Pass, Ore. 
Secretarial Studies 

PITTS, WALTER EDWARD, JR., Coleman 
Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of 
ment, Theleine 

PLUMMER, LEONARD BRODNAX, JR., Austin 
Musical Education, A*Q, 4MA, MICA, Symphony Orchestra 

POLASEK, JOHNNIE JOE, Wharton 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME, CFO, Newman Club 

POLLARD, KATHERINE VIRGINIA, Houston 

Home Economics, AX'..'. Cap and Gown, Reagan, Home Economics 
Club, Daily Texan, Steer Here, Power Show 

POPE, FLOYD EUGENE, Dallas 

Personnel Management, 0X, Cowboys, Interfraternity Council, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management, Civil Defense Committee, 
Code and Conduct Committee 

PORTER, JAMES JULIUS, JR., Cisco 

Industrial Management 

PORTER, KENNETH RAY, Cleburne 
Civil Engineering, ASCE 

PORTER, LUCINDA ANN, Dallas 

Elementary Education, X'.'. ACE, International Council, Wesley Foun- 
dation 

PORTER PATSY ANNE, Tyler 

Elementary Education, ACE, Cap and Gown, Honors Day 



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PROCTOR, BEVERLY WAYNE, Freeport 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

PROKOP, RICHARD JOHN, East Bernard 
Mechanical Engineering 

PRYOR, PHYLLIS T., Midland 

Elementary Education, KKF, Christian Faith and Life Community 

PUCKETT, JACK WELDON, Valley View 
Electrical Engineering 

PUNDT, DONALD JOE, Borger 
Chemical Engineering, AfchE 

PURNELL, MARJORIE MAILLOT, Dallas 

History, IIB<i>, Spooks, Panhellenic, Round-Up, President Wilson's Student 
Advisory Council, Committee on Student Organizations Maintaining Houses, 
Silver Spur Award 

PURSER, GORDON CECIL, Temple 

Applied Art 

QUEBE, PATRICIA R., Galveston 

Psychology, WICA, REW-RIL, Cap and Gown, A Cappella Choir, 

Talent Committee 

RAINBOW, HENRY BALLARD, Houston 

Accounting, REW, Cactus, Flash Card Committee, Steer Here, Christian Sci- 
ence Organization 

RAINOSHEK, DENNIS WAYNE, Houston 

Architecture 

RAMAGE, CECIL HUGH, Austin 

Mechanical Engineering, KK^, ASME, TSPE, Longhorn Band 

RAMBY, PATTY VAUGHAN, San Antonio 
Spanish, A1H 

RAMIREZ, JAVIER TADEO, Roma 

Zoology, Newman Club 

RAMIREZ, MARIA AURORA, Laredo 

International Trade, Foreign Trade Club, Laredo Club, Club de Mexico 
Sweetheart, Newman Club 

RAMSEY, RUTHMARY, Fort Worth 
Elementary Education, AFA, Texas Stars 

RANDOLPH, SPENCER GORDON, Coahoma 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Inter-Cooperative Council, TLOK 

RANDOLPH, STERLING PARKER, Coahoma 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, TLOK, Engineering Council, Inter-Cooperative 
Council, Wesley Foundation 

RANGEL, MARTA, Laredo 

Pharmacy, KE, LPhA, Halstead 

RANKIN, BILLY BYRON, Odessa 

Zoology 

RAPER, JESSIE LEWIS, Dallas 

Business Administration 



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PORTER, PAUL PHILLIP, Cisco 

Geology, XI I, Geological Society 

PORTER, SUZANNE, Lubbock 

Applied Art, X12, Freshman Council, Turtle Club 

POTTER, CLARA JEAN, Pittsburg 
Advertising, American Marketing Association 

POTTER, ELEANOR ALINE, Tyler 

Elementary Education, Cap and Gown 

POU, JAMES HERMAN, Houston 

Psychology, La Verne Noyes Scholarship, Wilbur Davidson Scholarship 

POUNDS, LEWIS KENNETH, Decatur 

Mathematics, Longhorn Band 

POWELL, JAMES SIDNEY, Tyler 

Advertising, AA 

POWERS, KAY, Corpus Christi 
English, ZTA 

PRATHER, EDNA JOAN, Donna 

English, Cap and Gown 

PRENTICE, JAMES ARCHER, Austin 

Psychology, Pre-Medical, KA, <i>H, AEA, Y, Cowboys, Interfraternity 
Council 

PRESSLER, BETTE T. CRADDOCK, Austin 

Home Economics Education. AAA, Charm Committee 

PRICE, JUDY, Panhandle 
English 

PRICE, TED LEE, Electra 

Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, AFROTC, Scabbard and 
Blade, Arnold Air Society, Society for the Advancement of Management 

PRINCE, MORGAN, Chircno 
Civil Engineering 

PRITCHETT, THOMAS LESLIE, JR., Dallas 

Economics, K, AFRCXTC 

PROCTOR, JOHN CHARLES, San Marcos 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, SAME, AFROTC, Arnold Air 

Society, T Association, Varsity Golf 




SENIORS 



RASCHKE, ALYTN JAMES, Colorado City 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

RATLIFF, WILLIAM ROARK, Sonora 

Civil Engineering, <t>FA 

RAY, JAMES MILLS, Houston 

Bacteriology, Canterbury Association 

RECER, HAROLD C., Fort Worth 

Architecture, AIA 

REDDING, TONY EDWARD, Denison 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

REED, CHARLES EDWARD, Mullin 
Petroleum Engineering, XFI, AIME 

REED, DON ALLEN, Rosenberg 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE 

REED, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Dallas 
Civil Engineering, ASCE. Newman Club 

REES, SONDRA JEANNE, Odessa 

Commercial Art, 31' 

REHM, NEVA JEAN, Rockwood 
Business Education. IIUII. BSU 

REINHACKEL, CAROL ANN, Austin 

Psychology, AZ, BBA, Y, Newman Club 



REIVER, CAROLYN JAY, Irving 

Nutrition. Cap and Clown, Home Economics Club, Wesley Foun 



da- 



RELLAHAN, PATRICIA JOAN. Dallas 

Physical and Health Ecucation, IM, REW. PEM, UTSA, Intramurals, Poona, 

Bow and Arrow 

RHEA, GAYLE GORDEN, Wharton 

Business Administration, H1.MI 

RICHARD, SANDRA CLAYTON, Athens 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

RICHARZ. HERMAN ERNEST, JR., Houston 

Social Studies, Canterbury Association 





RICHMOND, GARLAND CAMPBELL, Lodi 

German, A4A, Eulenspiegelverein 

RILEY, JOHN CLEMENT, III, Houston 

Zoology, Pre-Medical, ATA, AEA, A*C. Interfraternity Council 

ROACH, SAMUEL EMMETT, Frisco 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

ROBBINS, CLARENCE BURTON, Childress 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 
ROBERSON, GINGER, Brownsville 

Elementary Education, XSI, REW, Y, Scholastic Integrity Council, Stump 
Speaking 

ROBERTS. DENNIS CLAY, San Antonio 

Journalism, AA1, Texas Ranger. Intramurals 

ROBERTS, JULIA ANN, Alvin 

Elementary Education, ACE, Wesley Foundation 

ROBERTS. LESLIE ADRIAN, Houston 

History. MICA, International Club 

ROBERTS, THOMAS GENE, Houston 

Government, !* K 

ROBERTSON, BOBBY GENE, Pasadena 

Chemical Engineering, AIC'iE, Freshman Football, Intramurals 

ROBERTSON, JIMMY PAUL, Saragosa 
Zoology, Pre-Dental, Longhorn Band, Forty Acre Follies 

ROBERTSON, KATHERYN JOY, San Antonio 

Bacteriology 

ROBERTSON, LOYD GORDON, Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, <I>1K. 4>HX, ASME, Longhorn Band, Fraternity 

President's Council 

RODGERS. WILLIAM FREDDIE, Talco 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

RODIECK. ROY HENRY, Houston 

Physics, MICA. Varsity Fencing Team. Longhorn Fencing Club 
RODRIGUEZ, DAVID RAMOS, San Antonio 

Pharmacy 

ROE, DOYLE LORENZO, Dallas 

Personnel Management, AK* 

ROGERS, JAMES HARVEY, San Antonio 

Accounting. H.X. AROTC, Fraternity Presidents' Council 

ROGERS, LAWRENCE WALKER, Orange 
Economics 

ROLOFF, MELVIN LYNN, Victoria 

Accounting, IIKA, AK* 



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ST. JOHN, BILL, Ballinger 
Geology, Geological Society 

SALTER, JOYCE JEAN, Dallas 
Elementary Education 

SANFORD, FLOYD KEITH, JR., Itasca 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

SANFORD, HARRIET FRANCES, Arlington 

Drama and Dance Education, XSJ, Curtain Club, Round-Up Review 

SANFORD, LATHAN WADE, Piedmont, Ala. 
Dance Drama, Curtain Club, Round-Up Review 

SARGENT, CARRIS RALPH, JR., Grand Prairie 

Real Estate, ZAE 

SARVER, GEORGE LERTIN, JR., Baytown 

Chemical Engineering, 6H, AIChE 

SATEL, CHRISTINE, San Antonio 
Elementary Education 

SAUCIER, BOBBY TILDEN, Waco 

Electrical Engineering 

SAUER, RICHARD ELGIN, Roscoe 

Pharmacy, K^, Lutheran Student Association 

SAUNDERS, WALTER ASA, JR.. Corpus Christi 
Accounting, *E, AK*, BA*, <f>H, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, 
Football Manager, Friars 

SAXON, FLOYD CECIL, Baytown 

Psychology, ^K^ 

SCHADE, CAROLE MILDRED, Edna 

Elementary Education, AF, ACE, Decoration Committee, Westminster Student 
Fellowship 

SCHENK, CLARENCE HARLAN, Schulenburg 

Radio and Television, Radio-TV Guild, Curtain Club, Longhorn Band 

SCHINDLER., VAN H., Cuero 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

SCHLUETER, VIRGIL, Seguin 

Pharmacy, LPhA 

SCHMIDT, ANNA KATHRYN, Mason 

Bacteriology, Lutheran Student Association 

SCHMIDT, DIANE BEVERLY, Galveston 

Geology 

SCHMIDT, KATHERINE ANNA, Waco 

Home Economics, AAA, OX, Lutheran Student Association, University 
Religious Council 

SCHMIDT, WAYNE L., San Antonio 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Newman Club 



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ROONEY, DON JAMES, San Antonio 

Geology, X 

ROOT, VERNON ORMEL, Henderson 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

ROSE, MARGARET ANN, Dallas 

Elementary Education, A4> 

ROSS, DONALD LEWIS, Paris 

Chemistry, AX 

ROSS JOE ALLEN, Galena Park 

Social Studies, BSU, Grievance Committee, 75th Year Conference tin Expecta- 
tions, 75th Anniversary Committee 

ROSS, JOHN L., JR., Lubbock 
Government, Insurance Society 

ROSSON, SUE, Corpus Christi 

History, AXSJ, <IA6, Y, Orange Jackets, Reagan, Co-ed Forum, Sorority 
Presidents' Council 

RUESCH, BARBARA ANN, Columbus 

Journalism, 8!<I, Daily Texan 

RUNGE, GEORGE EDWARD, New Braunfels 

Journalism. Daily Texan, Eulenspiegelverein, George W. Brackenridge Scholar- 
ship, Jesse H. Jones Scholarship 

RUSSELL, ROBERT CLIFTON, JR., Arlington 

History <IKT, Interfraternity Council 

RYAN, LINDA JANE, Longview 
English, KhT, Ashbel, Round-Up 

RYAN, LYNDA LEE, Alvin 
Chemistry 

SAENZ, AURELIA, Harlingen 

Pharmacy. KE, LPhA, Rio Grande Valley Club 

SAENZ, JUAN JOSE, III, Brownsville 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Rio Grande Valley Club 

SAENZ, RAUL SERGIO, Brownsville 
Mechanical Engineering. ASME 

SAIKIN, MARILYN FAYE. Abilene 

Elementary Education, 1AT, XAH, Human Relations Commission 




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SENIORS 



SCHMIDT, WILLIAM ERNST, New Braunfc-ls 
English, Pre-Law 

SCHNEIDER, TOM L., San Antonio 
Mathematics, Insurance Society, BBA Council 

SCHOELLKOPF. C. W., Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Swimming Team Manager 

SCHRIEVER, PAUL GRADY, San Antonio 
Government, Young Republicans 

SCHROEDER, ERNESTINE BRADLEY, Austin 

Elementary Education, ACE 

SCHUELER, ARNOLD LOUIS, Friona 

Music, FA, A Cappella Choir 

SCHULER, WALTER LEE, Lubbock 

Architecture 

SCHUMANN, PAUL AUGUST, JR., Houston 

Physics, T Association 

SCHWAB, ROBERT RUDOLPH, Beaumont 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE, Speleogical Society, Longhorn Band, 
Longhorn Flying Club 



SCOTT, CAROLYN LENORE, Austin 

Music Education, AI 



SCROGGINS, BEVERLY ELLEN, Tomball 

Physical Education 

SCROGGINS, RICHARD LOUIS, Brownsville 
Accounting, X*, ASH, Stump Speaking Committee, Canterbury 
Association 



SEAY, BRYANT PEARCE, JR., Houston 
Electrical Engineering, ZX, HKN, AIEE-IRE 



SEAY, CAROLYN, Austin 

Journalism, AAII, 6S*, Reagan, Daily Texan 

SEEKATZ, THOMAS EDWARD, Austin 

Accounting, IX, AK*, Cowboys, T Association, Varsity Golf 

SHAFER. DONALD WAYNE, DeKalb 

Pharmacy, K+ 





SHAMMATT, M. FAROUK H., Damascus, Syria 
Electrical Engineering 

SHANER, HELEN CLAIRE, Houston 

Administration ol Youth Serving Agencies, A2, UTSA, Turtle Club, Chris- 
tian Science Organization 

SHANNON, CAROLYN JO STATON, Austin 

English, Canterbury Association 

SHARPLESS, LAWRENCE LAVAUGAN, JR., 

Millville, N. J. 

Government, Wesley Foundation 

SHAW, CLIFFORD HALDEEN. Dallas 

Engineering Route to Business Administration 

SHAW, JERRY WAYNE, Corpus Christ! 
Marketing, American Marketing Association 

SHEHADEH, MOHAMED KHALED, Damascus, Syria 
Chemistry, Arab Student Association 

SHELBY, THOMAS HALL, III, Tyler 

Mathematics, AXA, A<M2, Longhorn Band 

SHELDON, JOHN AUGSPURGER, Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, <1>E, ASME, Intramurals 



SHEPPERD. JAMES WESLEY. Alpine 

Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Man 



tramurals 



lagement, In- 



SHORT. JAMES WILLIAM, Houston 

Zoology, Pre-Medical, AEA, 4>H, Summa Cum Laude, Undergraduate 
Chemistry Research 

SHUPE, WILLIAM L., Austin 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

SHUTTLEWORTH, JUDITH JANET, Houston 

Art 

SIEGAL, BEN NATHAN. San Antonio 
Journalism, 1A\. Daily Texan Managing Editor 

SIGWART. LOIS, Austin 

Secondary Education, ZTA, Canterbury Association 

SILVA, DOLORES, Taylor 

Journalism and English, 01+, +BK. WICA, Daily Texan. Alba 

Club, Student Party Executive Council, Inter-Cooperative Council, 

Valhalla 

SIMMONS. CLIFTON EUGENE, Hawkins 

Accounting, BA*, 4>HS 

SIMON, ERWIN HUGO, Fredericksburg 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, Longhorn Flying Club 

SIMON, MARION BESS. El Paso 

Journalism, A*E TISA, Cap and Gown, Assembly, Racket Club, Cur- 
tain Club, Daily Texan 

SIMONS, BRYAN ELMO, JR., Bay City 
Chemistry, Pre-Medical 



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SIMPSON, THOMAS H., JR., Mathis 

Mathematics 

SIMS, M. C., Kirbyville 
Advertising 

SIPES, GARY ALFRED, San Antonio 

Music Theory, t>MA, Longhorn Band, Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic 

Band 

SIVALLS, BETTY RAE, Midland 

Latin, KKT, Canterbury Association, Christian Faith and Life Com- 
munity 

SKELTON, SANDRA, Temple 

Home Economics, XQ, Y, Music Committee, Young Democrats 

SLAUGHTER, BRUCE ELTON, Hico 

Pharmacy, LPhA, Wesley Foundation 

SLAUGHTER, RAYMOND MAX, Austin 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, A14>, ASIT, Society for 

the Advancement of Management, Intramurals, Wesley Foundation 

SLOCUM, JOSEPH HOYT, JR., Rockport 
Real Estate 

SLONE, TOMMYE FRANCES, Bay City 
Education 

SMITH, CHARLES FRANCIS, Austin 

Chemistry 

SMITH, CONNIE MAREK, Brenham 
Pharmacy, KE, LPhA 

SMITH DANIEL LESTER, Houston 

Geology, 6T, SI'K, Geological Society, Christian Faith and Life 

Community 

SMITH, EDDIE MARIE GREENWADE, West 
Interior Decoration, BSU, Cactus, Home Economics Club 

SMITH, ETHEL LORAINE, Tulia 

English 

SMITH, HAROLD GENE, Dallas 
Mechanical Engineering, IIKA, ASME 

SMITH, JOHNEY WELDON ROSS, Uyalde 

Industrial Management, X*f>, Interfraternity Council, Society for the 
Advancement of Management 



1.1, Cfc 



> 



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SMITH, LAURA LOU, Artesia. N. M. 
English, AT 

SMITH, MARGARET ANN, Salem, 111. 

Business Education, TTS2II, Y, Union Committee, BBA Council, Government 
Committee, Featured Baton Twirler Longhorn Band, Westminster Student 
Fellowship 

SMITH, MARK S., Dallas 

Advertising, SAX, AA1, AROTC, Daily Texan 

SMITH, MARY PATRICIA, San Marcos 

Mathematics, ATA 

SMITH, PATSY CLAY, Austin 

Accounting, AFA, AAA, Spooks, Student Cooperative Association Board of Di- 
rectors, Wesley Foundation 

SMITH, ROBERT CLINTON, Beaumont 
Chemistry, A<1>12, Speleological Society 

SMITH, RUSSELL UPSON, Tyler 
Chemical Engineering, TBII, AIChE 

SMITH, SANDRA JEAN, Temple 
Elementary Education 

SMITH, SHERRON LYNNETTE, Brady 
Home Economics, AAA, Home Economics Club 

SMITH, SUZANNE MARGARET, Houston 
Elementary Education, ZTA, REW, ACE, Union Committee 

SMITH, WILLIAM EARL, Austin 
Industrial Management, AS*, A1II 

SMITH, WILLIAM SCHUETZE, Markham 
Government, B9II, AEA, A4Q, Wesley Foundation 

SMITH, WINSTON SAMFORD, Center 
Industrial Management 

SMYTH, BARBARA KERFOOT Portland 
Plan II, AOfl, University Chorus, Canterbury Association 

SOBOTIK, ROBERT HAROLD, Luling 

Chemical Engineering, TBII, SXE, AX2, <f>AT, *HS, KK*, MICA, 
AIChE, Longhorn Band, Intramurals 

SOLCHER, ALBERT KENNEDY. Austin 

Chemical Engineering, 9X, AIChE, TSPE, Interfraternity Council, 
Newman Club 

SOLCHER, WILLIAM BOYD, San Antonio 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, Newman Club 

SOLIE, FLORENCE BEVERLY, Houston 

Plan II, r*B, BSU, NROTC Sponsor 

SOTO, RUBEN V., Pharr 

Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, 

Great Issues, University Chorus, Young Republicans, Wesley Foundation 

SOZA, GUILLERMO V., Presidio 
Accounting, Alba Club, Newman Club 



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SENIORS 



SPANN, ROBERT LOUIS, Houston 

Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, MICA, Intramurals, Newman Club 

SPEER, GLEN CHARLES, San Antonio 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS 

SPELCE, NEAL LESLIE, Houston 

Radio and Television, IT, KK*. Silver Spurs, Vice-President Students' 
Association, Assembly, Radio-TV Guild, Fine Arts Council, Daily Texan, 
Longhorn Band, Faculty-Student Cabinet 

SPELCE, WILLIAM BENNETT, Houston 

Accounting, AT 

SPICKARD, MARTHA JANICE. Dallas 

Elementary Education, XS2, Y, Cap and Gown, Games Committee, Dance Com- 
mittee 

SPIES. ROBERT FREDRIC, Dallas 

Mechanical Engineering, K 

STAAS, GENE L., San Angelo 
Electrical Engineering, HK.N", AIEE-IRE 

STALLINGS, MARY MARGARET, Terrell 

Elementary Education, AT, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board Reagan, 
Future Teachers of America, Freshman Council, Leadership Com- 
mittee, Education Student-Faculty Council, Westminster Student 
Fellowship, University Religious Council 

STANDEFER, HARMON BISHOP, Azle 

Pharmacy, +AX 

STARKEY, JOSEPH STEVENSON, Monahans 
Pharmacy, Acacia, K* 

STARR, EDWARD LOUIS, JR., East Bernard 
Accounting, ASH 

STARR, RAYMOND GALE, Corpus Christi 
History, *A9 

STAUFFACHER, RAYMOND HALL, JR., Houston 

Mechanical Engineering, X, ASME, T Association 

STEARNES, JIMMY H., Beaumont 

Marketing, 2N 

STEED, WILLIS CARTER, Baytown 
Petroleum Engineering, A1ME 

STEELE, JIMMY LESLIE, Brownsville 
Accounting 





STEITZ, WALTER RICHARD, Conroe 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE, TLOK 

STELLY, EDWARD JAMES, Port Arthur 
Mechanical Engineering. ASME, Newman Club 

STEPHENS, ROBERT MICHAEL, Lometa 

Economics, Longhorn Band. Scabbard and Blade, Young Republicans 

STEVENS, ROBERT EUGENE, Houston 

Accounting, 4>H1, BA^, Honor Ro'l 

STEVES, DAVID PIPES, JR., San Angelo 
English, ZX 

STEWART, MARC H. Gladewater 

Business Administration, <IrA, American Marketing Association, Wesley 

Foundation 

STOCKS, DOUGLAS ROSCOE, JR., Dallas 

Mathematics 

STOELTJE, JOE EDWARD, Beaumont 
Architecture, AKE, Cowboys 

STOKES, JAMES CECIL, Coleman 

Pharmacy, A<pft, LPhA, Silver Spurs, Cultural Entertainment Committee 

STONE, JAMES ANDREW, Dallas 

Accounting, AKM', AFROTC, Society for the Advancement of Management 

STRODE, GEORGE STANLEY, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Aeronautical Engineering, lAeS, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 

STRONG, BEEMAN EWELL, III, Beaumont 
Chemical Engineering, ATfl, +HS 

STUTTS, JACK HARRISON, San Antonio 
Accounting, AT, +112, AK*, T Association 

SUGGS, G. W., Hereford 
History 

SUMMERS, CYNTHIA ANN, Belton 

Pharmacy, KE, LPhA 

SURRATT. MARY KATE, Panhandle 

English, A4>, REW, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Union 

Committee 

SUTTON, JAMIE, Longview 

Home Economics, A<t 

SVOBODA. LEONARD S., Houston 

Architecture, CFO 

SWEIS, AIED SALIBA, Amman, Jordan 
Petroleum Engineering, A*!!, AIME, Wesley Foundation 

SYKES, JERRE E., San Angelo 

Pharmacy, II K A 



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TEAGUE, MAR TORI E STALLINGS, Houston 
Business Education, ll'-.'ll 

TEICHMANN, FRANKLIN EDWARD, Schulenburg 
Pharmacy, K*, PX 

TERRY, HAYDEN VICTOR, Arlington 
Personnel Management, I1KA 

TERRY, PATRICK CLAUDE, Victoria 

Journalism, Newman Club 

TETLEY, GAIL ANN, Beaumont 

Science, AXS2, Assembly, Education Council, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. Union 

Committees 

THOMANN, ARIEL JOSE, Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Pre-Medical, A*Q, AEA, ITA*, Cactus, Student Christian Association, 
Christian Faith and Life Community 

THOMAS, M. WYNDELL. Fort Worth 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME. TSPE 

THOMAS, WILLIAM G., JR., Dallas 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE 

THOMPSON, JAMES HUNTER, Houston 
Marketing, <fK2, A1II, American Marketing Association 

THOMPSON, MARSHALL WAYLAND, Dallas 

Zoology, A*fl, Varsity Track 

THOMSON, FRANCIS MARION, Mexico City, Mexico 

Economics, B6II, Silver Spurs, Interfraternity Council, Scabbard and 
Blade, Campus Chest 

THORNTON, JIMMY D., San Antonio 

Journalism, SAX, AROTC, Daily Texan, Assisstant Editor 75th An- 
niversary Edition 

TIDWELL, DON ARTHUR, Cedar Hill 

Accounting, AK'1*, MICA, Society for the Advancement of Management 

TILLERY, JOE NEIL, Fort Worth 

Mechanical Engineering, <1>K, TSPE 

TIMPTE. AURELIA THERESA, Corpus Christi 
Geology, AAII, AIME, Geological Society 

TINER, THOMAS DWAYNE, Royce City 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 



TISDALE, SAMUEL CICERO, JR., Port Lavaca 

Finance, American Finance Association, Society for the Adv 



ancement of Man- 



TOMPKINS, FRANK A, Corpus Christi 
Real Esstate, SAE 

TOMPKINS, MILTON DUDLEY, Fort Worth 
Pharmacy, K*, LPhA 

TOOLE, FREDRIC CARSON, Austin 

Architectural Engineering, BOfl, AAAE 



PAUK 73 



TAFEL, VICTOR O. R., San Antonio 
International Trade, *KT, AROTC 

TAHU, GEORGE JACK, JR., Dallas 
Electrical Engineering, IRE 

TAMAYO, ADOLPH ALBERT, Lockhart 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Alba Club, Newman Club 

TARVER, CAROLYN SUE, Austin 

Elementary Education, I'A, IJ1<I> 

TARVER, WILLIAM ADDISON, Burm-t 
Education, Natural Sciences 

TASSOS, ASPASIA, Dallas 

Greek, H14>, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Classics Club 

TAYLOR, CURTIS LESLIE, Dallas 

Accounting 

TAYLOR, GLENN ELMER, Baytown 
Chemical Engineering, XE, AIChE 

TAYLOR, HARRY EVANS, Fort Worth 

Pre-Dental, <IrA, Silver Spurs, Varsity Baseball, T Association 

TAYLOR, HOLLIS MORAN, Baytown 

Chemical Engineering, AXA, AIChE 

TAYLOR, JOE FRANK, Electra 
Accounting, ANA, Student Government 

TAYLOR, JOHN MILTON, Pearsall 
Psychology, KA, Student Government 

TAYLOR, LEROY JAMES, Fruithurst, Ala. 

Government, International Studies, I12A 

TAYLOR, ROY LYNN, Matador 

Accounting, A<f&, MICA, Goodfellow, T Association, Intramurals, Grievance 
Committee, Young Democrats 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM HENRY, Dallas 
Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

TEAGUE, JAMES WINFREY, Houston 
Electrical Engineering, TBII, AIEE 




SENIORS 



TORIAN, RAY DAVIS, Goliad 

Elementary Education, A All, Y, Orange Jackets, Panhellenic, Upperclass Ad- 
visor 

TOUCHSTONE, GIFFORD O., Dallas 

Businesss Administration, 4>A9 

TRANTHAM, PAUL FREDERICK, Fort Worth 

Pharmacy, *AX, PX, LPhA 

TREVINO, MARIA CHRISTINA, Edinburg 

Sociology 

TRIBBLE, JAMES WESS, Corpus Christi 
Personnel Management, Ai>S}, Wesley Foundation 

TRIM, JERRY MAC, Waco 

Finance, BF2, ASH, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society 

TRIMBLE, FLORENCE DELAIN, Houston 

Child Development, AAfl, Home Economics Club 

TRIMBLE, JOHN FREDERIC, Orange 
Accounting, <f>A9, Varsity Golf, T Association 

TRIMBLE, PATRICIA ANN, San Antonio 

Businesss Education, Xfi, 111211, BBA Council, Summer Assembly, Upperclass 

Advisor, Grievance Committee, Freshman Orientation 

TROEGEL, ELTON FREDERICK, Shrevcport, La. 
Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

TRULY, JOHN PATRICK, Dallas 

Journalism, EAX, Daily Texan, Theleme 

TUCKER, ARNOLD JOSEPH. Fort Worth 

Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBII, SAME, AIEE-IRE, TSPE 

TUCKER, EVERETTE LANIER, JR., Galveston 

Geology, SAME, AROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Power Show, 
Distinguished Military Student. Intramurals 

TUCKER, MARY KATHRYN, Bowie 

English, AT, Cap and Gown 

TURAN, FARUK HAUL, Ankara, Turkey 
Petroleum Engineering, Turkish Club 

TURN, GORDON LAVAUGHN, Austin 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE, Engineering Council, American 
Concrete Institute 





TURNER, ALFRED JACKSON, Canton 

Sociology 

TURNER, BILL LAMOND, Brady 
Physical Education, AT, PEM 

TURNER, JANN, Austin 

Elementary Education, AAA, Charm Committee 

TURNER, KEATON RAY, Pittsburg 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE 

TURNER, LESTER, Houston 

Zoology 

TURNS, TOMMY GUINN, Dallas 

History 



tar Board, Sidney 
Student Fellowship 

TYLASKA, THEODORE THOMAS, Houston 

Mathematics, A*!!, IRE, American Mathematics Society 

TYRRASCH, BARBARA ANN, Corpus Christi 

Physical Education 

UPCHURCH, BILLY RAY, Austin 

Architectural Engineering, AAAE, ASCE, TSPE, Engineering Council, 
Assembly 

URESTI, GILBERTO, Benavides 
Pharmacy, *HS, K* 

VALTIERRA, BEVERLY JANE, Seguin 

Sociology 

VARICHAK. RICHARD WARREN, Chisholm, Minn. 

Physical Education, PEM, Newman Club 

VARGAS, JOSE ELIAS, JR., El Paso 

Pharmacy, K* 

VASSBERG, DAVIS ERLAND, Lyford 

Liberal Arts, 9X, +MA, University Singers, Symphonic Band, Lutheran 
Student Association 

VAUGHAN, JACK KENNETH, Mexia 

Mathematics, Astronomical Society 

VAUGHN, CLOVIS SEIGLER, Lubbock 

Civil Engineering, XE, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade 

VAUGHT, JANICE LEE, Dallas 
Elementary Education, AAH 

VEHRS, DONALD FREDRICK, Nekoosa, Wise. 
Electrical Engineering, <t>Hr, HKN. TBII, AIEE-IRE 

VICKERY, DONALD EDWARD, Grand Saline 
Government 



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WALKER, ROBERT DEE, Fort Stockton 

Finance, Banking, N, Interfraternity Council, American Finance Association, 

Student-Faculty Committee 

WALKER, SUE KATHERINE, Fort Worth 

Elementary Education, Powell House, Inter-Cooperative Council, Committee 
on Student Organizations Maintaining Houses, Board of Directors of Stu- 
dents' Cooperative Association 

WALKER, THOMAS BOYD, Irving 

Physical Education, PEM 

WALL, JAMES EDGAR, Houston 

Pre-Dental, IX 

WALLACE, COLONEL JAMES, Abilene 

Zoology, Pre-Medical, A*U, MICA, Union Committee 

WALLACE, STANLEY ANDERSON, JR., Austin 

Marketing 

WALTER, WILLIAM DAVID, Fredericksburg 
Accounting, *H, KK*, BA*. NROTC 

WANENMACHER, PATRICIA ORVALYN, 
Tulsa, Okla. 
History, IIB* 

WARD, JOHN COLVIN, JR., Austin 

Physical Education, PEM, T Association, Varsity Basketball 

WARD, JOHN H., Tyler 
Physics 

WARD, MARY ANN, (I) Jacksboro 

Mathematics 

WARD, MARY ANN, (II), Tyler 
Elementary Education, AAA, Charm Committee 

WARD, PEGGY VIRGINIA, Centerville 
Business Education 

WARD, RICHARD ELBERT, Beaumont 
Pharmacy, K*, A4S2, LPhA 

WARE, DEBORAH JOAN, Crane 

English, AAA, AROTC Sponsor, Miss Petroleum Engineer 

WARNER, SAMUEL WOMACK, Dallas 

Law, AXA, Law Bachelors' Clubbe, Leadership Committee, Union 
Activities Council, Young Democrats, Goodfellow 

WARNER, WALTER SCOTT, Paris 
Radio and Television, Radio-TV Guild 

WARREN, JOHNNY RICHARD, Houston 

Petroleum Engineering, K, AIME, Silver Spurs, T Association, Varsity 
Track 

WASON, SUE, Texas City 

Elementary Education, A<&, Hospitality Committee 

WATERS, MARY ANN, Corpus Christi 
Home Economics, OX, AAA 



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VIELOCK, JOE RAY, San Antonio 
Chemistry, AXS, Professional Interfraternity Council 

VIELOCK, ROBERT CLAYTON, San Antonio 

Finance, KE, Insurance Society 

VILLARREAL, CAROL BETH, Austin 

Music, Applied Flute, AOII, 2AI, UKA, Mortar Board, Panhellenic, 
Symphony Orchestra, Woodwind Quintet, Westminster Student Fellow- 
ship 

VILLARROEL, HUGO R., Cochabamba, Bolivia 
Electrical Engineering, AIEE, Newman Club 

VILLERET, MOLLIE MARIE, Houston 

Elementary Education, KKP, ACE, REW, Future Teachers of America, Civil 

Defense Committee, Hospitality Committee 

VINEYARD, CAROLE, Wharton 
Secretarial Studies, KKF 

VIRAMONTES, LOUIS, San Antonio 
Architecture, AIA, SAME, AROTC, Campus Guild 

VOGAN, JARRETT BERNICE, Alvin 

Plan II, Xtt, Y, REW, Orange Jackets, Upperclass Advisor, Griev- 
ance Committee, Campus Chest, Election Commission, University 
Religious Council 

VOGT, MARILYN MARIE, Houston 

Interior Decoration, F<1>B, Home Economics Club, Lutheran Student Association 

VOTAW, WILLIAM TRAVIS, Brazoria 
Geology 

WADLE, LARRY COLEMAN, Mexia 

Mathematics, 1>BK, 4H, Astronomy Club, Intramurals 

WAIT, EUGENE MEREDITH, Kerrville 

History 

WALCOWICH, KAY San Antonio 

Elementary Education, ACE, Cap and Gown 

WALDMAN, JEROME LAWRENCE, Houston 
Marketing, AEII, American Marketing Association, Intramurals 

WALDRON, DAVID LEE, Burt Lake. Mich. 

Civil Engineering, TBII, XK 

WALKER, HAZEN ROBERT, New Braunfels 
History and Government, 2X 







SENIORS 



WATSON, LENORE, Lake Charles, La. 
French, AZ, ITA<i>, Reagan, Bow and Arrow 

WATTS, ED ELDRIDGE, Liberty 
Petroleum Engineering 

WEBB, WYLIE OTHELL, San Angelo 
Accounting, Charros 

WEDDINGTON, PEGGY ANNE, Dallas 

English, KA9, Ashbel 

WEHE, MARY JO, San Antonio 
English, Pearce Co-Op 

WEIL, LEON S., Fort Worth 

Personnel Management, XAM, Fraternity Presidents' Council, Society for the 

Advancement of Management 

WEIL, RICHARD GRADY. Corpus Christi 
International Trade, A2II, BBA Council, Foreign Trade Club 

WEILER, LOUISE MARIE, Austin 

Geology, AOFI, UTSA, Cap and Gown, Canter Club 

WEINERT, CHARLES HERBERT, Carmine 

Mechanical Engineering, TBIf, ASME, Lutheran Student Association 

WEINERT, MAXINE, Round Top 

Physical Education, UTSA, Cap and Gown, Lutheran Student Association 

WEISINGER, R. GENE, Conroe 

English, Xft 

WELCH, DENNIS EVAN, Houston 

Pre-Medical, *H1, AEA 

WELCH, JIMMY DWAYNE, Lubbock 

Engineering Route to Business Administration, <H'd, Cowboys, Outstanding Stu- 
dent, Round-Up Revue, T Association, Varsity Football, Southwest Conference 
Sportsmanship Committee 

WELLS, JACK ARLLEN, Killeen 
Physical Education, PEM 

WELLS, JAMES LESLIE, Rcnner 
Geology, TKE, Geological Society 

WELLS, JEAN BRYANT, Austin 

Elementary Education, AAA, ACE, Wesley Foundation 





WEST, BARBARA SUE, Athens 

English, Foreign Students Committee, Strike and Spare 

WEST CHARLES ROBERT, Schertz 
Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Intramurals 

WEST, WILLIAM WATKINS, JR., Lufkin 

Pre-Medical, IIKA, <t>HS, AEA, Ranger Editor 

WESTON, CONSTANCE, New Orleans, La. 
Plan II, KKf, IIA*. Great Issues, Charm Committee 

WESTON, EDWARD DRUMMOND, Dallas 

English, X<f>, Canterbury Club 

WEYEL, ALLAN EDGAR, New Braunfels 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

WHEAT, KENNETH PRESTON, Pasadena 

Chemistry 

WHEATLEY, JERRY DALE, Haskell 

Accounting 

WHEELER, JOHN FRANKLIN, San Marcos 

English 

WHELTON, EDWARD F., Galvcston 

Accounting 

WHITE, AMELIA DUNCAN, Houston 

French, IIB<t>, HA*, Civil Defense Committee 

WHITE, BUDDY GERALD, Austin 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

WHITE, ROBERT WAYNE, Brownwood 

Petroleum Engineering, ATA 

WHITNEY. LEON A., Amarillo 

Architecture, <t>KT, Assembly 

WHORTON, PATSY ANN, Austin 

Elementary Education, AZ, ACE, Reagan, Wesley Foundation 

WICKLINE, GLENN D., Corpus Christi 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Intramurals 

WEIDEMAN., BARBARA JEAN, Junction 
History, AAA, Future Teachers of America 

WILBORN, JAMES LUCIAN, Austin 

Engineering Route to Bussiness Administration, 1 1 K \ . AIChE, NROTC, 
Buccaneers, Dance Committee 

WILCOX, BETH, San Antonio 

Mathematics, Wesley Foundation 

WILEY, THOMAS ELMER, JR., Austin 
Electrical Engineering, ATQ *H TBH, HKN AIEE, AROTC, 
REW, Interfraternity Council, Scabbard and Blade, Assembly, Gov- 
ernment Committee, Distinguished Military Student 



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WOESSNER, MARGARET O., Houston 
Plan II, AF, Spooks, Reagan, Canterbury Association 

WOOD, GLENN EARL, Ada, Okla. 

Petroleum Engineering, AIME 

WOOD, THOMAS EUGENE, Jasper 
Mechanical Engineering, ASME 

WOODMAN, JOHN A., Fort Worth 

Radio, ATA, Cowboys, T Association, Varsity Baseball 

WOODS, GLEN MARTIN, Baytown 

Marketing Administrati jn, American Marketing Association 

WOODS, VIRGINIA JOYCE, Crosby 

Music Education 

WOOSLEY. LEONARD ADRIAN, Austin 

Radio and Television 

WORDEN, WILMA CAROLYN, Talco 
Business Education, BBA 

YANTIS, BENTON WORTH, Austin 

Physics 

YOAS, RALPH GARLAND, Edna 

Electrical Engineering, AIEE-IRE, TLOK, Intramurals 

YOUNG, JOAN SUE, Houston 

History Education, A 4* 

YOUNG, ROBERT DAVID, Roby 

Finance, AKE, American Finance Association, American Marketing 
Association 

YOUNGBLOOD, GOLDEN DUANE, Austin 
Geology, Geological Society 

ZANER, MARY FRANCES, El Paso 

Music Education, Voice, AXS2 Cap and Gown, Glee Club, Opera Workshop, 

University Chorus, Curtain Club, Honor Roil 

ZELEN, STEPHEN JAMES, Houston 

Insurance, Pre-Law, Insurance Society, Marketing Society, Symphonic 
Band, Grievance Committee, Forum Speakers, Hillel Foundation 

ZIMMERMAN, ELLEN BOND, San Antonio 
Mathematics, XQ 

ZIPP, VALERIE VANCE, Edna 

Elementary Education, AAII, Westminster Student Fellowship 

ZUHLKE, HAROLD CHARLES, Jourdanton 
Civil Engineering 

ZUROVEC, BARBARA ANN, Temple 

Sociology, Upperciass Advisor, Strike and Spare, Newman Club 

ZWEIG, HAROLD ISADORE, San Antonio 
Law, <fZA 



PACE 77 



WILKINSON, JOEL McGEE, Tyler 
Geology, X 

WILKINSON, MARY JANE, Houston 

English, A<f, Canterbury Association 

WILLIAMS, CHARLOTTE ANNE, McCamey 

Interior Decoration, TSA, ON, REW, Home Economics Club, Upperclass 
Advisor 

WILLIAMS, JUDITH G., Houston 
Home Economics, r<i>B, Home Economics Club 

WILLIAMSON, CARL C., Miami 

Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Engineering Council, Intramurals 

WILLIFORD, TRUETT CARLTON, Kountze 

Chemistry 

WILLIS, WILLIAM LAURENCE, Edna 
Law, USA, *A9 

WILLSON, ROBERT E., San Antonio 

Accounting 

WILSON, CLYDE ROBERT, Austin 

Bacteriology 

WILSON, HORACE EARL, Austin 
Architecture, AIA 

WILSON, JAMES DANIEL, JR., Temple 

Chemistry, Pre-Medical, Acacia 

WILSON, JUDITH KAREN, Freeport 

Special Education, Cap and Gown 

WINSTON, PHIL E., Austin 

Chemistry, THE, SAME, AROTC, Intel fraternity Council, Fraternity Presidents' 
Council 

WINTER, WINIFRED ELYN, San Antonio 

History, KKP, Great Issues 

WISDOM, NORVELL EDWIN, JR., Crane 

Chemistry, BSU, Eulenspiegelverein 




ft C: 




DADS' DAY AWARD 







SHIRLEY ANN BIRD, Best Ail-Around Girl. 

ROBERT ELTON (Buo) MIMS, Best Ail-Around Boy. 



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JUNIORS 



PAOE 79 



JUNIORS 



SECOND-YEAR LAWS 
Ahrens, Carl William, St. Anne, 111. 
Dishman, Harry Charles, Jr., Bryan 
Jordan, V. Murray, Brady 
Slone, Charles R., Bay City 
Townsend, James T., Brady 

FIRST-YEAR LAWS 
Bolding, Edward Porter, San Angelo 
Chapoton, John Edgar, Galveston 
Chapoton, Otis Don, Galveston 
Clements, Anna Belle, Kilgore 
Garcia, Amador C., Mercedes 
Lee, Ivon, III, Midland 

McLain, Frank Eugene, Dallas 
Meadows, Donald Hunter, Corpus Christ! 
Milam, Jack, Victoria 

Olson, George A., San Antonio 
Ross, Albert Clay, Arlington 

Walker, James Whittenburg, Amarillo 
Wheat, Ernest Alton, Belton 

JUNIORS 

Aars, Gene C., Clifton 

Abdul-Latif, Numan, Bagdad, Iraq 
Abell, Madeleine Wright, Wharton 
Acrey, Beverly Faye. Dallas 

Acuna, Arnold Soto, Corpus Christ! 

Adamo, Michael Charles, Houston 
Adams, George Robert, Alice 
Adams, Jane, New Braunfels 

Adams, Norman William, Petaluma, Calif. 
Adels, Marlene Beverly, Tyler 

Aderholt, Charles Earl, Tarrant, Ala. 

Adkins, Bert Bently, Jr., Houston 
Akin, Charles Ray, Jr., Austin 

Akkerman, James William. Houston 
Alger, David William, Houston 
Al-Kashwan, Nouri, Bagdad. Iraq 
Allen, Mary Etta, Tyler 

Allen. Mary Lee, McGregor 




P -P 




Allen, Noranne Elizabeth, El Paso 
Alley, Diane, El Dorado, Ark. 

Allums, James Anderson, Kowntze 
Almond, Carolyn Kay, Del Rio 
Anderson, Carroll Dwight, Austin 
Anderson, James Lloyd, Abilene 

Anderson, James Rieves, Uvalde 
Anderson, Jerry A., Houston 

Anderson, Nelda Lucille, Fort Worth 
Anderson, Stanley Earl, Newgulf 
Andrews, Bolivar Coleman, Pharr 
Angell, Richard James, Dallas 

Appleman, R. Gordon, Fort Worth 
Armstrong, Gae Marie, Mission 

Armstrong, Henry Austin, Arlington 
Armstrong, James Robert, Dallas 

Asato, Shotoku, Kitanakagusuku, Okinawa 
Asfour, John Elias, Beirut, Lebanon 

Ashbaugh, Charles Ivan, Corpus Christ! 

Atchison, Thomas Andrew. Richland Springs 
Atkinson, Carol Elaine, Austin 
Aue, Betty Ann, San Antonio 

Bacon, William Deakyne, Jr., Needham, Mass. 
Bagwell, Marilyn. Sulphur Springs 

Bailey, Charlene, Rosenberg 
Bailey, Melvin Lewis, Dallas 
Baird, John David, Austin 
Baker, David Gene, Quanah 

Baker, Mary Margaret. San Antonio 
Baker, Vivian Rose, Brenharn 

Baldridge. James Wesley, Baytown 
Balfanz, Barbara Jean, Houston 
ll.ill.iv Frances Freda, Dallas 
Barbay, Sandra Jane, Moody 

Barefield, Mary Elizabeth, Del Rio 
Barker, Joe Floyd, Dallas 



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Barker, Maxine Rachael, Austin 
Barnes, Barbara Ellen, Irving 
Barr, James Morgan, Bay City 
Barrera, Hebe, Gonzales 

Barton, Marilyn, Sugar Land 
Bauch, Garland Thomas, Goliad 

Baucum, William Emmett, Jr., New Boston 
Baum, Zetta Jo, Mercedes 

Baumgarten, Maurice A., Houston 
Bean, William Clifton, Omaha 
Bearden, Lois Sandra, Victoria 
Becerra, Joe E., Rosenberg 

Beck, Marvin Eugene, Waelder 

Beckmann, Rudolph Anton, Blanco 
Bednarski, Fred, Austin 

Beilke, Myloa May, Wichita Falls 

Bell, Donald Moran, Bay City 

Beloate, Florence, Dallas 

Benkcndorfer, LuAnn King, Houston 
Bennett, Bill ir Joyce, Jacksonville 

Bennett, David William, Jacksonville 
Bennett, William Parker, Brownsville 
Benson, John Greer, Hereford 

Benton, Channing Carlin, San Antonio 

Berry, David Wayne, Pendlcton 
Berry, Kenneth Karel, Wheeler 
Best, Margaret Alync, Austin 
Bice, Noley Russell, Jr., Tyler 
Billings, Frank Edward, Nixon 

Bishop, Charter Cecil, Jr., Karnack 

Blackstock, Ronald Lee, Graham 
Blake, Jack Edward, Sherman 
Bland, Mary Kathryn, Austin 
Bland, Troy Neal, Diana 

Bleakney, Millicent Ann, Harlingen 
Blesch, Steven Edwin, Opa Locka, Fla. 



Blevins, Sue, McAllen 

Blume, Mary Karen, Wichita, Kan. 
Boatright, David Alexander, Austin 
Bodine, Daniel Edward, Texas City 
Boecker, Carroll William, Buckholts 
Boehm, Henry Julius, Brenham 

Boesch, Don Edward, Houston 
Boettger, Betsy Sue, Mission 
Boghs, Noe Edmundo, Donna 
Bohanan, James Earl, Dallas 

Bohlmann, Carol Ann, San Antonio 
Bond, Ernest Patrick, Baytown 

Bonham, Lelia Claire, Sulphur Springs 
Bonner, Lucy Delle, Mexia 

Booher, Claude Robert, San Antonio 
Boone, Jackie Ben, Memphis 
Bouchard, Andre, Austin 

Bowden, Joe Allen, Ingleside 

Bowers, Larry Lester, Brownwood 
Bowser, Martha Louise, Dallas 
Boyd, Bobby Joe, Dallas 
Boyd, Marilyn Ann, Austin 

Boyd, Ronnie Dean, Plainview 
Boyles, Minifred Julia, Houston 

Brady, Bluford Leonard, Fort Worth 
Branham, William Keith, Houston 
Brazelton, Emily Kay, Houston 
Brewer, James Edward, Kilgore 
Bridges, Barbara Earle, Houston 

Bridges, William Randolph, Abilene 

Briscoe, James P., Alvin 
Britain, Clco Ann, Bellairc 

Broadfoot, Marsha Ann, Alpine 

Broadway, Barbara Sue, Madisonville 
Brooks, Nancy Lou, Beaumont 

Brooks, William Bryan, Texarkana 



PACE 81 




JUNIORS 



Brotzman, Kathleen Louise, Rio Hondo 
Broughton, Clifton Ray, Palestine 
Brown, Betty Jo, San Antonio 
Brown, Betty Lynne, Houston 

Brown, Raymond Ralph, San Antonio 
Brown, William Ralph, Richardson 

Bruhl, Donald Adolphus, Jr., Llano 
Brummett, Lloyd Truman, Pampa 
Bryan, Barbara Jean, Dallas 
Buchanan, Tom E., Dallas 
Buck, Bobbie Sue, Houston 
Buck, Laurel Irene, Austin 

Burch, Lee Murry, Caddo Mills 
Burke, Katherine Elizabeth, Austin 
Burkett, Robert Judson, Amarillo 
Burlage, Robb Kendrick, Austin 
Burns, Stella Maureen, Houston 

Burton, Larry Kent, Springfield, 111. 

Bybec, Owen Lynn, Jr., Hereford 
Bywaters, Walter Hill, Dallas 
Cafer, Larry H., Corpus Christi 
Cain, Billy Jean, McAllen 

Caldwell, Gerald Wayne, Goliad 
Callaway, Clarence L., Dallas 

Campbell, Amy Weichscl, Lampasas 
Campbell, David Wilson, Port Arthur 
Cardenas, Luis, J., Jr.. Laredo 
Cargill, Clara Paula, Longview 

Carpenter, James Alfred, Deer Park 
Carpenter, Owen Price, Jr., Belton 

Carraway, Paul Milton, Garland 
Carroll, Virginia Fay, Houston 
Carson, Kay E., Midland 
Carter, Diana Alice, Elsa 

Carter. Linda Kay, Childress 
Cartwright, Patty Mays, Terrell 





Case, Howard Bernard, Bonham 
Casey, Katherine Frances, Dallas 
Casmere, Suzanne, San Antonio 
Cason, Sandra, Victoria 

Casselberry, Don Eldon, Kaufman 
Castro, Albert Flores, Brownsville 

Gate, Charles Cushman, Houston 
Gates, Edward Grayson, Mcnard 

Catlett, LaRue Scott, Carrizo Springs 
Cazamias, Katherine H., Laredo 
Cecil, James W., Houston 

Chamberlin, Patricia Brown, Waxahachie 

Chambers, Richard Gerald, Seguin 
Chancy, Robert Stone, Burnet 
Chapa, Moises Sanchez, Alice 

Chapman, George Camp, Amarillo 
Chapman, Janine, San Antonio 

Chaudoin, Nita Suzanne, San Antonio 

Chester, Martin David, San Antonio 
Christal, Wanda Janiece, Lelia Lake 
Churchill, Grace Anne, LaGrange, 111. 
Clark, Fred Ray, New Braunfels 

Clark, Marilyn Patricia, Corpus Christi 
Clark, Peggy Lou, Lockhart 

Clark, Robert Willard, Austin 

Clarke, Thclma Frances, Houston 
Clayton, Carolyn Elizabeth, Houston 
Clements, James Riley, Henderson 
Cleveland, Jerry Gay, Hillsboro 
Cleveland, Joseph Charles, El Paso 

Clifford, Patti Irene, Mercedes 
Cline, Barbara Kay, Midland 
Coffee, Roy Clarence, Jr., Dallas 
Cole, Beverly Ann, Houston 
Cole, Carolyn Alice, Austin 
Cole, James Leon, Big Spring 



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Colcman, Brady Steele, Houston 
Collins, Harwood Lewis, Jr., Alvin 
Collins, William Phillip, Austin 
Colwick, Ruth Catherine, Dallas 

Compton, Howard Ayres, Jr., Dallas 
Conde, Carlos, San Benito 

Connery, David Bradford, Jr., Midland 
Cook, Deanna D., Austin 
Cook, Sally F., San Antonio 
Cooke, Mary Monica, Ennis 

Cooke, William Peyton, Amarillo 

Cooksey, Robert Monaghan, Corsicana 

Cooper, B. K., Gatesville 

Copeland, John William, Austin 
Gotten, Eleanor Mills, Victoria 
Cotter, John D., Panhandle 

Coughran, James Patrick, Houston 
Courtney, Carol Rosalyn, Quitman 

Couser, Zera Ann, Austin 
Cowan, Gaye Ann, Dublin 
Cox, Jan Campbell, Alvin 
Craig, Gayla, Austin 
Grain, R. E., Austin 
Cramer, Ann, Houston 

Graver, Jane Clarice, Texarkana 
Crawford, Ewin Lynn, McAllen 
Crawford, Mary Ann, Livingston 
Crawley, Dolph R., Goldsmith 

Creamer, Cherry Nell, Texarkana, Ark. 
Creekmore, Doyle Eugene, Baytown 

Crider, Billie Jo, Lampasas 
Crittenden, Mickey, Dallas 

Crockett, William Arthur, Ballinger 
Croft, Chancy, Odessa 

Cromwell, Harriet, Taylor 

Crook, Howard Hawthorne, El Paso 



Cruthirds, Betty Joann, Beaumont 
Cuba, Benjamin James, Temple 

Cunningham, Herbert Isaac, Jr., Austin 
Curren, Gary Leon, Phillips 
Currie, Hugh Bob, Amarillo 
Cutler, Royce Linton, Houston 

DaCamara, Shirley Priscilla, Laredo 
Dale, John Wesley, Falfurrias 
Danneberg, Judith Kay, Temple 
Dannels, Delbert Glen, Palacios 

Darmodjo, Soesanto, Magelang, Indonesia 
Darnall, Linda Marshall, Dallas 

Dau, Ralph Waldrom, Dallas 

Davidson, William Lewis, Houston 
Davis, Barbara Ann, Houston 
Davis, Betty Ruth, Gladewater 
Davis, James Edward, Austin 
Davis, Kenneth Earl, Houston 

Davis, Malcolm B., Gladewater 

Davis, Marion Claire, Corpus Christi 
Davis, Shirley A., Dallas 

Dawson, Dorothy, San Antonio 
Day, Eugene W., Austin 

De Alba, Cynthia Gayle, Houston 

De Bardeleben, Michael Linda, Fort Worth 
DeBois, John Allen, Austin 

DeGrassi, Hollis Baxter, Jr., Amarillo 
Dempsey, Jack Marvin, Harlingen 

Denison, William Powers, Jr., Houston 

Denman, Charles Culberson, Jr., Nacogdoches 

Dcrrett, Delbert Henry, Baytown 
Derrick, Donald Hugh, Burton 
DeVaney, Will Earl, Amarillo 

Dickerson, Charles Adolph, Rosenberg 
Dillard, Sandra Ann, Dallas 
Dingier, Denson Powell, Austin 



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JUNIORS 



Dittert, Henry Marion, Jr., Victoria 
Ditto, Michael Mayo, Arlington 
Dixon, Melvin Richard, Hearne 

Dodson, Herbert William, Amarillo 
Doggett, John Rentz, III, Houston 
Donaghey, Lewis Wheeler, Trenton 

Dorbandt, Helen Ann, Conroe 
Dorn, George Albert, Houston 

Dorn. Rosemary Butschek, Houston 
Douglas. Walter Brockman, Houston 
Douglass, Lvnne, Corpus Christi 
Drewa, Allan Louis, Seguin 

Dreymala. Charles Samuel. Houston 
Drisdale. Howard H., San Antonio 
Driver, Jack Gantt, Terre'l 
Drushel, William H., Liberty 
Duckett, Jo Ann, Austin 

Duff, Catherine Elaine, San Antonio 

DufT, Willis Powell, Jr., Bonham 
Duke, Anne Bolin, Dallas 

Dunagan, Otis Theodore, Jr., Tyler 
Dunbar. Garland Duke, Jr., Elgin 
Dunlap, Hugh Graydon. Houston 
Dunne. Patty A.. Houston 

Durden, James M., San Angelo 
Durland. Virginia Jean, Dallas 
Dutton, Dale Lee. Richmond 
Dzilsky. Jean Ann. Baytown 

Eason, Judith Lynn, Cleveland. Miss. 
Ebaugh. Albert Lipscomb, Austin 

Ebel. Charles E., Rosenberg 

Eddings. Jimmy Ralph, Highlands 
Edgar, Mary Patricia, San Antonio 

Egas, Oswaldo Anibal, Quito, Ecuador 
Eichler, Jane Elizabeth. Brcnham 
Ekdahl. Karin Louise, Villapark. 111. 



"> reWVL 









e e f > o 




Ellison, Austin McFarland, Paris 
Engelking, Jo Ann, San Angelo 

Ermcy, Harold Lee. Point Comfort 
Erwin, Carroll Gene, Charlotte 
Esquivel. Sandra, Austin 

Estes, Janet Clair, Commerce 

Pagan, Katheryn, Fort Worth 
Fahey, Robert John, Galveston 

Fairall, Labon Leroy, San Antonio 
Falk, Rose Margaret. Corpus Christi 
Fambrough. Guy Crain. Raymondville 
Fanning, Hazel Ann, Wichita Falls 

Faour. Daniel John, Fairbanks 
Fariss. Carolyn Virginia. Houston 
Farquhar, Joan Carolyn, Sinton 
Faust, Bill R., San Antonio 

Felder, Jean Barrillon, Palestine 
Felt, Patsy, San Antonio 

Fennell, Rose Lynn, Beaumont 

Ferguson. Raymond Dalton, Jr., Victoria 
Ferguson, Richard Wayne, Houston 

Ferguson, Robert Ted, Jr.. Corpus Christi 
Fernandez, Reynaldo, El Paso 
Ferrill, T. Craig, San Antonio 

Fielding, Nancy, Dallas 

Fields, Lester Eugene, Austin 

Filleman, Charles Stephen, San Angelo 
Fincher, Donald Franklin. Tulia 
Fisher, Karol Keith. Austin 

Fisher. Richard Bradley, Fort Worth 

Fitch, Cathey Elizabeth, Uvalde 
Fitzpatrick, Mary Alice. Austin 
Flachmeier. Emily Jo, Austin 

Flathouse, Virgil Edmond, San Antonio 
Ford, Don Duane, Houston 
Ford, Shirley Ann, Gruver 



PAQB fA 






' v r *Jt 

>P- U--H 




CLASS OF 1959 



Forkner, William Antone, Brownwood 
Forney, Scott William, Ranger 

Foster, Barbara Anne, Corpus Christi 

Foster, Gunilla Lindh, Stockholm, Sweden 
Fowler, David Wayne, Sabinal 
Fowler, William Joseph, Houston 

Franks, Cherie Glynn, San Antonio 
Freeman, Mary Lou, Loop 

Friedrich, Elmer Lee, Fredericksburg 

Fulkes, Beverly Sue, Round Rock 

Fuller, Barbara Gene, Austin 

Fulmcr, Charlotte Ann, Nacogdoches 

Fuos, Alton Charles, San Antonio 
Furushiro, Louis, Austin 
Fuson, Carol, Houston 

Galbraith, Homer David, Austin 
Gallagher, James Lyman, Bellaire 
Gallagher, Patricia Mary, Arlington 

Gallagher, Theodore Cornelius, III, Robstown 
Gamble, Roland Ellis, Austin 

Gamel, William Glenn, Lampasas 
Garmany, Richard P., Houston 
Garner, Edith Jane, Victoria 
Garner, Lee Edwin, Stephenville 

Garnett, Billie C., Austin 
Garza, Frank Joseph, Austin 
Gensler, Jay Don, Wickett 

Gentry, Robert Byrd, Houston 
Gibson, John Dewey, Wellington 

Giesecke, Leonard Frederick, Jr., Austin 

Gilcrease, Richard Vowel, Fort Worth 
Giles, Jacklyn Kendall, Corpus Christi 
Gillett, Robert Bruce, Fort Worth 
Gilliam, Alvin Bruce, Austin 

Gilliam, Jimmy Wendell, Austin 
Gilmore, Linda Gail, Newgulf 



Girard, Jerry Sidney, Cotulla 

Glenney, Amy Jean, San Antonio 
Glidden, Teddy Glyn, LaMarque 
Goldfinger, Jacob Joel, Farmersville 
Goldstein, Maurice, Sherman 

Gonzalez, Edward Esquivel, San Antonio 

Gooch, Adrienne Gay, Fort Worth 
Goodman, Fred Malcolm, Jr., Dallas 
Gore, Mary Kathryn, Bastrop 

Graves, Martha Carolyn, Goldthwaite 
Green, Charles Homer, Houston 
Green, Herbert Lester, Laredo 

Greenfeld, Nanette Lee, Harlingen 
Gregory, Joe Miller, Jr., La Porte 
Griffith Donald Paul, Lockhart 
Groen, Carl Henry, Danville, 111. 
Grove, Vernon Eugene, Jr., Austin 
Grubbs, Carole Dianne, Houston 

Grumbles, Linda Beth, Atlanta 
Guerra, Rose Marie, Mission 
Guess, James Lynn, Salado 
Guffin, Cherry Ann, Austin 

Gunstream, Alice Wesley, Dallas 

Gutierrez, Manuel Ramiro, Rio Grande City 

Gutierrez, Maria Celeste, Rio Grande City 
Guyer, Lysle, Jr., Austin 

Guyton, Nancy Lee, Midland 
Haecker, Cloyce Thural, Austin 
Hailey, James Leon, Harlingen 
Hains, Norman Lynn, Houston 

Halow, Joseph R., El Paso 

Hamburger, Edith Dale, Bethesda, Md. 
Hamilton, Floy Elizabeth, Houston 

Hamilton, Margaret Ann, El Dorado, Ark. 
Hamilton, Sandra Jean, San Antonio 
Hamilton, Sue Nell, Houston 



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Hampel, Albert Carl, McGregor 
Hampson, Diana Patricia, Kerrville 
Hampton, Daniel Thomas, Naples 
Hampton, Suzanne, Port Arthur 
Hanapel, Jane Clare, Waco 
Hand, Orra David, Lubbock 

Hanle, Richard Mahlon, Jr., Baytown 

Harkavy, Freddie Sherman, Memphis, Tenn. 
Harkrider, Francis Edward, Temple 
Harlan, Harris J., Baytown 

Harper, William Joe, Sulphur Springs 
Harris, Charles Houston, III, Fort Worth 

Harris, Diane Louise, Bryan 
Harris, Hugh K., Fort Worth 
Hart, Lawrence Eugene, Austin 
Harter, Charles, III, Houston 

Hartley, Janice Marie, San Antonio 

Hartmann, Freddie Harry, Fredericksburg 

Hassell, Shirley Marie, Houston 
Havekost, Roger Xeil, Groesbeck 

Hawkins, Milton Williams, Huntington 
Hawn, Patricia Diana, Dallas 

Heiligman, Sandra Kay, Overton 
Heinrichs, James Dell, Bowie 

Helfman, William A., Houston 

Helland, George Archie, San Antonio 

Hellstedt, Christina Emelie Ebba, Stockholm, Sweden 
Helm, Minor Lovis, Jr., Dallas 
Henderson, Barbara, Houston 

Henderson, Dwight Franklin, Austin 

Henderson, Janie, Houston 

Henderson, William Donald, Ingleside 
Hendrie, Carolyn Lorraine, Houston 
Hengy, Jimmy Carroll, Irving 
Henry, Frances Carolyn, Tilden 
Henry, William E., Elgin 




C* 




Hensey, Walter Russell, San Antonio 
Henson, Sharon Louise, Austin 

Herrera, Rodrigo Fausto, Riobamba, Ecuador 
Herring, Jimmy Franklin, San Antonio 
Herring, Joe Ray, San Angelo 
Herrington, Verda, Freer 

Herron, Mary Elian, Dallas 

Hester, Larry Thomas, Kerrville 

Hetherington, George William, Jr., Texas City 
Hettler, William Frederick, Jr., San Antonio 
Hewell, Robert Campbell, Nixon 
Hickman, Brent Llewellyn, Austin 

Hicks, William Nathan, Fort Worth 
Hill, Charles Barrow, Anahuac 
Hill, Dexter, lago 

Hindman, Sally Ann, San Benito 

Hing, Kunthap, Pnompenh, Cambodia 
Hinkle, William Lynn, Baytown 

Hodges, Jimmy Mack, Killeen 
Hodnett, Johnie Lee, Austin 
Hofmann, John Henry, Mason 
Hogan, Gladys Jean, Kyle 

Holder, Jerrell Aaron, Wichita Falls 
Hollingshead, Tom T., Abilene 

Holloway, Richard Earl, Austin 

Holloway, Ruth Carol, Port Arthur 
Holman, David Calvin, Weslaco 
Holman, Julie Landrum. Austin 

Holmes, Robert Lemuel, Tcxarkana 
Holsomback, Robert Lee. Baytown 

Honeycutt, Kenneth Ray, Lamesa 
Hood, Gail, Matagorda 

Hooten, Janis Janeil, Austin 

Horton, Barbara Nell, Arlington 

Horton, Frances Marlene, Seagoville 
House, Ernest James, Jr., Brownsville 

House, Marilyn Grace, La Pryor 
Housel, Mona Faythel, San Antonio 
Howard, Carl Dean, San Antonio 
Howard, Janet Loal, Fort Worth 
Howard, Janice Ellein, Houston 
Howell, Josephine Moore, Bryan 



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Howell, Leon Poindexter, Jr., San Antonio 
Hubbell, Linnda, Junction 
Huber, Sandra Jo, Kerrville 

Huckabay, James Donald, Eastland 
Hudson, Gail, Tyler 

Hudson, Hal Segrest, Houston 

Hudson, Jack Bonner, Jr., Fort Worth 
Hufendick, Ann, Arlington 

Hughes, Carl David, Fort Worth 
Hughes, Martha King, Dallas 
Hull, Danny M., Austin 

Hunt, Glenn Curtis, Jr., San Antonio 

Hunt, Lynn Sherwood, Amarillo 
Hunter, Mary Elizabeth, Galveston 
Hurley, Clyde Lanny, Wichita Falls 
Hurst, William Abernathy, Longview 
Huston, Robert J., Austin 

Ince, Richard Weakley, Hillsboro 

Isbell, Patricia, McAllen 

Ishikawa, Kiyoko, Mawashi, Okinawa 
Ivy, Jimmy Dwain, Friona 

Jackson, Gertrude Gaston. Dallas 
Jackson, Linda Marie, Clifton 

Jackson, Tommy George, Amarillo 

Jamieson, Jack Arthur, Burkburnett 
Jasman, Jeanette Martha, Edinburg 
Jeffreys, Sidney L., Austin 
Jeff us, Thomas Rider, Deport 

Jenkins, Charles Elliott, McGregor 
Jeter, James Guidry, Marshall 

Jimenez, Baldemar Arellano, San Antonio 
Jimmerson, Jo Ann, Crockett 
Johnson, Bennie Lee, Baytown 
Johnson, Gant Alan, Austin 
Johnson, Gary Dean, Kilgore 

Johnson, James Frederick, Belen, N. M. 



Johnson, Lea Annette, Palacios 
Johnson, Lee Roy, Bel ton 

Johnson, Otis Hinkel, LaMarque 

Johnson, William Tilden, Evansville, Ind. 
Johnston, La Verne, Junction 
Jones, Claude A., Jr., Amarillo 

Jones, Frank B., Jr., Lamesa 
Jones, Gary Roy, Galveston 
Jones, Helen Carole, Austin 

Jones, James Ross, Corpus Christ! 
Jones, Jo Von, Dallas 

Jones, John Lawrence, Sulphur Springs 

Jones, Jon Philip, Gladewater 
Jones, Robert Eugene, Houston 
Jones, Sandra Kay, Electra 

Jordan, Elizabeth Ann, Anahuac 
Jordan, Jerry Stokes, Lake Jackson 
Jorden, Roger Miles, San Antonio 

Joseph, Carola Helen, Austin 
Joseph, Norma Ann, Austin 
Jost, Janis Kay, San Antonio 

Joud, Adnan Tajeddine, Latakia, Syria 
Kaplan, Elaine Rose, Tullahoma, Tenn. 
Karotkin, Richard Simon, Austin 

Kazen, George Philip, Laredo 

Keegan, Donald John, Texas City 
Keenan, Olive Anne, Galveston 
Keller, Peggy Ann, Texarkana 
Keller, Wayne Francis, Houston 
Kelley, Carol, Bryan 

Kelley, Emory, Houston 

Kelly, Nan Keith, Fort Worth 
Kelly, William Carroll, Jr., Freer 
Kendrick, David Andrew, Gatesville 

Kennedy, Herman Willis, Jr., Fort Worth 
Kennedy, Joseph Overton, Jr., Rotan 

Keown, Jacqueline, El Paso 

Ketchum, Charles A., Navasota 
Key, Donald Ray, Kirkland 

Kimbrough, Phil Roy, Beaumont 
Kincaid, Frances Elizabeth, Crowell 
Kincaid, Robert Merl, Crowell 



PACE 87 




JUNIORS 



King, Marincll, San Juan 

Kirkland, Joy Eli/.abeth, Wichita Falls 
Kirksey, Ellen Kathryn, Waco 
Klein, Elizabeth Anne, Harlingen 
Klocscl, Lawson Gregory, Weimar 
Knox, Kay Linda, Houston 

Kojima, Shioteo, Nagoya, Japan 
Kolb, George Haze, San Antonio 
Koliba, Betty Jo, Victoria 

Konde, Eugene Robert, Comfort 
Kopel, Jerome Michael, Dallas 
Kovar, Jimmy Wayne, Bay City 

Kraft, August Charles, Baytown 
Krandel, Sheryl Barbara, Houston 
Krauter, Juell Joy, Comfort 

Krog, Cecily Anne June, Austin 

Kromer, William Moilett, San Antonio 
Kromminga, Lynn Richard, Austin 

Kuester, James Lowell, Houston 
Kulhanek. Jerry Peter, Fayettcvillc 
Kull, Lewis Lee, Cedar Valley 
Kunik, Burton Jerry, McAllen 
Kunkel, Robert Gene, Olney 

Kyle, Junious Maurice, III, Austin 

Lambden, Danny R., West Columbia 
Lambert. Stewart B., Austin 

Lamberth, L. S., Jr.. San Antonio 
Lance, William Michael, Austin 
Lane, Julianne. Dallas 

Laney, Ray Stanley, Crane 

Lang, Barbara Marie, Dallas 
Lanier, Wayne Scott, Austin 
Lapham. Billy Dale. Livingston 
Larson. Ronald Vincent, Austin 
Law. Harold Yen-Ho. Hong Kong 
Lawhon, Virginia Vinson, Houston 




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Lawler, Robert Lee, Dallas 

Lawrence, Betty Pettus, San Antonio 
Laxson, Florence Gaye, Texarkana 
Leach, Diane Kay, Austin 
Leach, Gary Lynn, Pasadena 
LeBoeuf, Lawrence Von, Crane 

Ledbetter, Nancy Ellen, Dallas 

Lee, Charlotte Elizabeth. Wichita Falls 
Lee, Ronald Floyd. Beaumont 
Lemoine, William J., Jr.. Laredo 

Lende, Henry Willard. Catonsville, Md. 
Levering. Bette Anne, Dallas 

Levin, Barbara D'Anne, Tyler 
Levine, Alvin Maury, Weslaco 
Lewallen, Jay Mayne, Austin 

Lewis, Gerald Royce, Brownwood 
Lewis, Robert Wayne, Carthage 
Ligon, Author Dale, Corpus Christ! 

Lincoln, Glenn C., Corpus Christi 
Linder, Bill, Kencdy 

Line, Mary Sue, Texarkana 

Linker, Donald Lee, Gainesville 
Lipscomb, Peggy Elaine, Quitman 
Lipsitz, Lynne, Waco 

Little, Billie, Breckenridge 
Littlefield, Carmen, Houston 

Lively, Carey Ford, Jr., Gatesville 
Lloyd, Cecile, Alice 

Lloyd, Robert Collins, Midland 
Lockett, Bobby Leroy, Pecos 

Locklear, Milton Jay. San Antonio 

Loewenstein. Joseph Edward, Port Arthur 
Lokey, William Edward, Brownsville 
Longbotham, Dorothy Jane, Monahans 
Looney, Thomas A.. New Boston 
Lott, Gerald Eugene, Houston 

Loughran, Constance Mills. New York. N. Y. 
Lovejoy. Judith Voss, Dallas 
Lowe. George Walter, Athens 

Lozano, Sylvia Virginia. San Benito 
Lulm. Graham Barton. San Antonio 
Luke, J. Gilbert, Arlington 



PACK 88 




CLASS OF 1959 



Luna, Ronald Edward, Bay City 

Macmanus, Charles Joseph, Corpus Christi 
Mafrige, Donald Paul, Houston 

Magill, Jim Lawrence, San Angelo 
Mahan, Linda Margaret, Abilene 
Maier, Chris Willard, Longview 

Mallard, Albert Knight, Dallas 
Maloney, Rcgina Mary, Austin 

Mankin, Carolyn Ann, Goldthwaite 
Mara, Susan, Dallas 

Marcontcll, William Alan, Houston 
Marshall, Marilyn, Temple 

Martin, Ellen Serena, Denison 
Martin, James Roger, Houston 
Martin, Joseph E. C., Lufkin 

Martin, Nancy Jo, Corpus Christi 
Martinez, Oscar H., San Antonio 
Martinez, Roy, Houston 

Martini, Charles Leslie, Jr., Houston 
Marwill, Robert Lee, Dallas 
Mast, Thomas Rush, Midland 
Mathes, William Lynn, Crane 

Mathews, Carole Elaine, Angleton 
Mathews, Colleen Phyrne, Austin 

Mathews, Margaret Blanche, Edinburg 
Matthews, Garland Eugene, Jr., Austin 
Maxwell, Lamar Boyt, Devers 
Maxwell, Sally Kay, Hamilton 
May, Gene Allen, Houston 

Mayhew, John Russell, Kingsville 

Maynor, Morris Robert, Atlanta 
Mays, Azalea Rita, Seguin 
Mays, Sandra Jean, Atlanta 

Mays, Wallace Michael, Greenville 
Mr Adams, Rosemary, Winnie 
McBride, John Roy, Parnpa 



McBride, William Clayton, Dallas 
McBroom, Martha Cope, Austin 
McBroom, Paul Justin, Austin 

McCain, Thomas Steven, Texarkana 
McCall, Clifton H., Victoria 

McCallum, Betty Jane, Corpus Christi 

McCampbell, William Berry, Corpus Christi 
McCamy, Richard David, Dallas 

McCandlcss, William M., San Antonio 
McCarter, Jerry Hawkins, Arlington 
McCarty, Joel Bolton. Jr., Houston 
McCarver, Sandra Neal, Orange 

McCluney, Kerry Wellington, Tyler 
McClung, Arlene Michelle, Odessa 
McClurc, Sally, Texarkana 

McClurc, Sarah Ellen, Kirksville, Mo. 
McCormick, Donna Beth, Eldorado 
McCormick, Laura, Abilene 

McCroskey, William James, Glen Rose 
McCullough, Carol, Bryan 

McDonald, Fred Eugene, San Angelo 
McGann, Margaret Ann, Electra 
McGill, James Howard, Gonzales 

McGrew, Rodney Taylor, Corpus Christi 

McGuire, Charles Patrick, Port Arthur 
McGuire, Ruth Carol, San Antonio 
Mclnnis, Jerry Dan, Port Arthur 
Mclntyre, Robert Hicks, Austin 
McKinley, James John, Alta Loma 
McLaughlin, Joann Dean, Wharton 

McMahan, Linda Louise, Stephenville 
McMahan, Thomas Vance, Houston 
McMahon, Frieda Marcia, Fort Worth 
McMeans, David, Austin 

McNair, Nancy Prothro, Brownsville 
McNamara, Joyce Adrienne, Dallas 

McVcy, Robert Edwin, Jr., Fort Worth 
McWilliams, Sue Ellen, Plainview 
Melin, Mari Lyn, Austin 

Menefee, Mary Marjorie, Austin 

Menger, Owene Brackenridge, San Antonio 
Menke, Casseday Jule, Pasadena 



PAOE 89 




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JUNIORS 



Meredith, Karl Clarence, Baltimore, Md. 
Metz, Judith Ann, Stamford 
Metz, Sylvia Mae, Houston 

Meyer, Patricia Lucille, Victoria 
Michaels, John Mark, Rochester 

Middlebrooks, Betty Sue, Henderson 

Mikeska, Kay Francis, Eden 
Miles, Betty Jo, Taylor 

Miller, David Michael, Dallas 

Miller, Kenneth Thompson, Jr., Helena, Ark. 
Miller, Orville Homer, Iowa Park 
Miller, William Edgar, III, Houston 

Miller, William Fred, Waco 

Miller, William Hamilton, Crawford 
Mills, David Otis, San Antonio 
Mills, Rosemary Zonne, Dallas 
Milstein, Phyllis, Longview 

Mitcham, Catherine James, Austin 

Moak, Webb Paul, Port Arthur 

Mobley, Dewey Herman, Cedar Hill 
Moffett, Julia Ann, Houston 

Monnig, Adrienne Albertina, Waco 

Monroe, Orville Simpson, Austin 

Moore, Caroline Sara, Kilgore 

Moore, Doris Ann, Dallas 
Moore, Sarah Jean, Houston 

Moran, Ethel Jeannie, Tulsa, Okla. 
Morgan, Frank Bushe, Jr., Marshall 
Morgan, Irma Jo, Frisco 

Morgan, Robert Sears, Corpus Christi 

Moroney, Mary Ann, Houston 
Morris, Bobette Eleanor, Dallas 

Morris, Gordon Clifford, Wichita Falls 
Morris, James Eugene, Seymour 
Morris, Joseph Julius, Victoria 

Morris, Wilbur Chapman, Jr., Waco 





Morrow, Patricia Ann, Houston 
Moseley, David Lee, Rochelle 

Moseley, Frances Anna, Mineral Wells 
Mosko, Gail H., Denver, Colo. 

Mosley, Mark Kimbrough, Jr., Buna 
Mottley, Ann, Dallas 

Mucha, Marvin James, Taylor 
Mulcahy, Edward L., Seguin 
Mull, Mary Linda, De Leon 
Murchison, Hensel, Houston 

Murray, Emory Paul, Jr., Dallas 
Mutchler, John Clayton, Falls City 

Nance, James Joseph. Wichita Falls 
Narro, Ramiro, McAllen 
Nash, A. Virginia, Dallas 

Nelson, Charles Schreiner, San Antonio 
Nelson, Sylvia, Fort Smith, Ark. 
Nelson, William Peterson, Dallas 

Nettle, Austin Eckhardt, Fredcricksburg 
Newton, Douglas Alvin, Jr., Del Rio 
Newton, William Austin, Brenham 
Nielsen, Nancy, Edcouch 

Nimmons, Ralph Wilson, Jr., Dallas 
Nisbet, Alex Richard, San Angelo 

Nisbet, Robert Baxter, Lufkin 

Noel, Ewell Carlyle, Jr., Brownsville 
Nolen, Evelyn Janice, Georgetown 
Norman, Cyrcna Jo, Fort Worth 
Norman, John Anderson, Marshall 
Norman, Roberta Gayle, Austin 

Nowotny, Betty Lou, Austin 

O'Banion, Janice Maurine, Luling 
O'Connor, John Brian, Lufkin 
Odom, Stephen Johnny, Baytown 
Oehler, Kenneth Lee, Harper 
Oeland, Marianne, Houston 

Ogletrce, Gail Whitely, Austin 
Oliver, Gene Motley, Tyler 
Oliver, Mary Beth, Austin 

Olson, Karl Edwin, Nevada, Iowa 
Olson, Leah Rae. Elgin 

Oppermann, Leslie Erwin, La Grange 



PAoe 90 




CLASS OF 1959 



Orr, Harold D., Carthage 
Orr, Robert Lee, Littlefield 
Orr, Robert Wayne, Snyder 
Ouzts, Dave M., Dallas 

Overbaugh, Betty Lightfoot, Decatur 

Overbaugh, Samuel Berrian, Lake Jackson 

Owen, Scotty Jodine, Keller 

Owens, Robert Leslie, Jr., San Antonio 
Owens, Virginia Dale, Amarillo 
Page, Terry I., Baytown 

Paine, Edna Rembert, Houston 
Palmros, Alex, Fort Worth 

Park, Joe Buck, Dallas 

Parker, David Bascom, Fort Worth 
Parker, John William, Jr., Livingston 
Parker, Rowland Hilary, Tyler 
Parks, Daniel Sterling, Cucro 
Parr, Barbara Gail, Lubbock 

Parrish, Margaret Joyce, Fort Worth 
Parrish, William E., Burnet 

Patterson, Ben McCullough, Jr., Carrizo Springs 
Patterson, Edwin Willis, Midland 
Payne, B. Darwin, Dallas 

Pearson, George Bernard, Donna 

Pearson, Jacqueline Rose, Wharton 
Peavy, Sherrill Claire, Lufkin 
Pechacek, Johnnie A., Abilene 

Peckham, Dorothy June, Port Arthur 
Peel, Beverly Sue, Corpus Christ! 

Pennington, Tucean Virginia, Dallas 

Perkins, James Irvine, Jr., Rusk 
Perkinson, Marilyn, Greggton 
Perry, Patricia Louise, Tyler 

Pesek, Clement Charles, Victoria 
Peters, Charles Phillip, Houston 
Peters, Peggy Ruth, Houston 



Petersen, Lee Roy Herman, El Campo 
Petty, Joseph Lloyd, Clarksville 
Petty, Scott, Jr., San Antonio 

PfeifTer, Fred Nelson, San Antonio 
Pfluger, James Douglas. Austin 
Phillips, Britton Haynes, Baytown 

Phillips, Larry James, Dallas 

Phillips, Mary Joan, Corpus Christi 
Phillips, Olan, Tyler 

Pickens, Robert Jack, Skidmore 
Pigg, Burris Ann, Vernon 

Pigg, Robert Keith, Jr., Vernon 

Pilgreen, William Hornby, Uvalde 
Pinckard, Penny Charlotte, Carthage 
Polk, G. Margene, Lufkin 

Pollard, Patrick Henry, Amarillo 
Polsky, Barbara F., Marfa 
Poison, Jack D., Freeport 

Pope, Gloria Ann, Grand Saline 
Porter, Barbara Ann, Edinburg 
Porter, Lynn Louise, Bryan 
Posey, Randal Earl, Amarillo 
Post, Gerald V., Jr., Como 
Potter, Suzan Ruth, Tyler 

Poulos, Pamela Ellsworth, Dallas 
Powell, Maryllyn Anne, Dallas 
Powell, Verne Eldon, Hereford 

Prenzler, Norman Herbert, Burton 
Preston, Jerry Wayne, Childress 
Price, Jim I., Jefferson 

Prichard, Phyllis Ruth, Port Arthur 
Probst, Gordon James, Bastrop 

Pulver, Judy Katherine, Harlingen 
Pundt, John Lee, Houston 

Puryear, Bobby Clayton, Santo 
Putnam, Carol Ann, Austin 

Rager, Mary Sue, Dallas 

Ramsey, Frances Ann, Dallas 
Raney, Jeanne Marie, Baytown 
Ransom, Kenneth L., El Paso 
Rawland, Marianne, Cleburne 

Rawlings, Charles Edwin, Luther 



PACE 91 




JUNIORS 



Rawlings, William Earl, Luther 
Ray, Ann Elizabeth, Tyler 
Rea, Jay B., Houston 
Read, Betty C., Austin 

Reckling, Patricia Jane, Nevilly S/Seine, France 
Red, Rebecca Stuart, Alvin 

Reeves, William Paul, III, Houston 
Rehm, Bobbie M., Rockwood 

Reinhart, Barbara Ann, Hampton, Va. 
Reyes, Mary Louise, Austin 

Reynolds, Marcia Anne, Austin 
Rhodes, Verna Rae, San Antonio 

Rice, James P., Dallas 

Richards, Mayre Sue, Ysleta 

Richtmyer, Judith Ann, Longview 

Riley, Leonard Edwards, Jr., Corsicana 
Riley, Sandra, Corsicana 

Rindfuss, James Allen, McAllen 

Risinger, Verna Sue, Sour Lake 
Rixon. Patricia Ann, San Antonio 
Roach, Thomas Leonard, Andrews 

Roberson, William Herbert, Comanchc 
Roberts, Jack Stuart, Jr., Orange 
Roberts, James Brock, Amarillo 

Roberts, John Clarke, Houston 
Roberts, Joseph Wayne, Houston 
Roberts, M. Ann, Dallas 

Roberts, Roland Everett, Austin 

Roberts, William Patrick, San Antonio 
Robertson, James Jackson, Pierce 

Robertson, Robert Carroll, Corsicana 

Robertson, William Edmond, Jr., Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Robinson, Carole Jean, San Antonio 
Robinson, Claire Elaine, Austin 
Robinson, James Stuart, Austin 

Robinson, Robert Edwin, LaMarquc 




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Robles, Rogelio, Laredo 

Rochelle, William Curson, Angleton 
Roden, Don Robert. Odessa 

Rogers. Carolyn Louise, San Antonio 
Rogers, Charles Ronald, Austin 
Rogers, Glenn Alfred, Big Spring 

Romberg, Conrad Louis, Brownwood 
Resales, Ana Maria, El Paso 

Rosenbloom, Barbara Sue, Nashville, Tenn. 
Roshton, Diane Lucille, Houston 
Ross, Betsy, Sonora 

Ross, Carolyn Diane, Azle 

Ross, Jimmy L., Luling 

Ross, Ray Thomas, Corpus Christi 
Ross, Sara, Lufkin 

Royer, William Blackburn, Jr., Houston 
Rudolph, Gwendolyn Louise, San Antonio 
Ruff, John P., Jr., Houston 

Rumph, Elizabeth Ann, Fort Worth 
Rush. Sarah Eugenia, College Station 
Russell, Jerry William, Austin 

Russell, William Franklin, Miami 
Ryan, Vernon I .mil. II, Brady 

Saa, Pedro Jose, Los Teques, Venezuela 

St. Clair, James Harris, II, Austin 
St. Germain, Kay Ellen, Bellaire 
Sallee, Jackie, Brady 

Sampson, Horace Alton, Troup 
Sandel, John Holt, Dallas 

Savage, Carolyn Ruth, Dallas 

Savage, William Grey, Dallas 

Scarborough, Frank Dallas, Abilene 
Schaefer, Joe Edward, Cisco 

Schcll, James A., Hot Springs, Ark. 

Scheppler, Robert Henry, Grand Prairie 
Schiller, Joyce Elaine, Austin 

Schlesselman, Ann, College Station 
Schmidt, Edward Donovan, Austin 
Schmit/., Walter Henry, Eurera, Calif. 
Schneider, Lynn, St. Louis, Mo. 
Schomburg, William. Houston 
Schoolcraft, Lou Dillon. Houston 



PAOF. 92 




CLASS OF 1959 



Schuencmann, Sylvia lone, Kenedy 
Schultz, James Randall, Taylor 
Schuette, Charles Edward, Alice 

Schwenke, Kenneth Frank, Brenham 
Seago, Bobby Grant, Alice 

Searcy, William Jerry, Kilgore 

Seay, Antoinette Celine, Amarillo 
Seewald, Mary Margaret, Beaumont 
Seligson, Sidney Phillip, Wichita Falls 
Sellars, Patricia, Austin 

Serface, Eddie Ragan. San Angelo 
Setzler, Kathryn Anne, El Campo 

Shaenfield, Bernard W., San Antonio 
Shane, Carolyn Durelle, San Antonio 
Shaw, Elizabeth, Brownwood 
Shelby, Robert Nelson, Austin 
Sheldon, Billie Val, Dallas 

Shelton, Robert Lewis, Borger 

Shepherd, Kathleen Ann, Coleman 

Sheppard, Francis Eugene, Jr., Houston 
Shoberg, Ralph Allison, Edna 

Short, Suzanne Rita, San Antonio 
Shrake, Jimmy Bruce, Fort Worth 
Shultz, Sandra Sue, Victoria 

ShurtlefT, Jo Ann, Texas City 
Sigrist, Joyce Elvira, Tyler 

Silver, Fredric Mitchell, San Antonio 
Silverthorn, N. Elizabeth. Victoria 
Simmons, Margie Sue. Dallas 

Simpson, Mike Rhync, Jr., Lubbork 

Skaggs, Marvel Ann, Junction 
Slack, Billie Jarnes, Coleman 

Slaten, Thomas Ray, Golden Acres 

Smallwood, Elizabeth Houston, Houston 
Smiley, Betty, Dallas 

Smith, Adrienne Trant, Temple 



Smith, Barbara Lucille, Port Neches 
Smith, Charles Albert, Austin 
Smith, David Atmar, Victoria 
Smith, Dotson Charles, Tyler 

Smith, George Richard, Gladewater 
Smith, Gretchen Leah, Waxahachie 

Smith, Joanna Baxter, Corpus Christ! 
Smith, Leslie Howard, Big Lake 
Smith, Pauline, El Campo 

Smith, Robert Earl, Fort Worth 

Smith, William Bennett, III, Athens 
Smither, Robert Bush, Jr.. Huntsville 

Smyth, Douglas Ogden, Portland 
Sneed, Patricia Sue, Jacksonville 
Snider, Marion Ranell, Houston 

Snoddy, James Emmett, Jr., Houston 
Sobolovitz, Rosalie Ann, Chicago, 111. 
Socha, Lawrence Emil, El Campo 

Sorrell, Sterling Norman, Laredo 

Sosa, Jose Ramon, Caracas, Venezuela 
Spann, Roy James, Houston 

Sparks, William Kenneth, Kaufman 
Spears, Joe Dan, Dallas 

Spencer, Betty Dell, Levelland 

Spencer, Elgene Campbell, San Angelo 
Spinks, Richard Douglas, Houston 
Stahr, Philip Wayne, Waco 

Stanton, Philip Llewellyn, Fort Worth 
Starling, William Howard, Greenville 
Steele, Betty Frances, Port Arthur 

Stell, Cecil Irving, Dallas 
Stem, Billie Joe, Dallas 

Stephen, Barbara Louise, Galveston 
Stephens, Albert Earl, Houston 

Stephenson, Patricia Lee, Harlingen 
Sterling, Edwin Leonard, Amarillo 

Stern, William Edwin, Boling 

Stevenson, Lawrence F. A., Jr., Houston 
Stewart, Jerry Earl, Pleasanton 
Stewart, Mary Lillian, Tyler 
Stewart, Suzanne, Dallas 

Stone, Richard Fredrick, Dallas 



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JUNIORS 



Strasburgcr, John Hunter, Dallas 
Stroka, George, Austin 

Struve, Mona Marie, Abernathy 
Studdert, Jo Ann, Houston 
Sultan, Sally Byrd, Houston 

Summers, Jerry Eugene, Lubbock 

Summers, Suzanne, Houston 
Suttle, Ann C., Dallas 

Suttle, James Edgar, Fort Worth 

Svadlenak, Edith Diana, Round Rock 
Swensen, Bennie Larry, Elgin 
Swick, Charles Donald, Baytown 

Swoboda, Johnny James, Jr., Victoria 
Sylva, Cesar Edmundo, Quito, Ecuador 
Taft, Gary Frederick, San Benito 
Talasek, Doris Mildred, Taylor 
Tarbet, Nelda Marie, Ackerly 
Tarver, James Dotson, Burnet 

Taylor, Franklin Delano, Amarillo 
Taylor, Willis Thomas, Lubbock 
Terrell, Rachel Anne, Eagle Lake 

Terry, Willis Patrick, Jr., San Antonio 
Thomas, Ernest Raymond, Jr., Houston 
Thomas, Gretta, Dallas 

Thomas, Harolyn Jean, Stephcm ille 
Thomas, Mary Margaret, San Antonio 
Thompson, Beverly Gail, Port Arthur 
Thompson, Greta Lynn, Texarkana 
Thompson. Robert Jeffrey, Mexia 
Thompson, Ronald Eugene, Houston 

Thomson, Marjorie Marie, Lake Charles, La. 
Thornton, Beverly Ann, Bay City 
Thurk, Connie Ruth, Woodsboro 

Timmins, Tom Howard, Elysian Fields 
Tindal, Charlotte Capers, Austin 
Todd, Mary Jean, San Antonio 





Tolle, Berry Bruce, Houston 
Tom, Barbara Ann, Midland 

Tom, John Lytle, Jr., Campbellton 
Toole, Albert Julius, Dallas 

Topham, James Terry, San Antonio 
Tracy, Robert Lee, La Feria 

Traweek, Braynard Ray, Ingram 

Traylor, Donald Reginald, Rosenberg 
Troell, Henry Neil, Pleasanton 
Trostel, Robert Rhoads, Dallas 
Trovver, Robert Dwayne, Midkiff 
Tucker, Carolyn Anne, Pasadena 

Tucker, James Rae, LaMarque 
Tucker, Linda Ann, Fort Worth 
Turner, Charles John, Dallas 

Turner, Robert William, Bay City 
Tyrrell, Frances Alice, Beaumont 
Uhlig, Joyce Darlene, San Antonio 

Ulbrich, John Kent, Carrizo Springs 
Upton, James Ernest, Van Horn 
Uselton, Louise Yvonne, Temple 
Usry, Maxine, Houston 

Vacker, Donald Emil, Victoria 
Vaden, Margie Ann, Temple 

Van Geem, Herman Neil, Eastland 
Van Horn, Gage, III, Odessa 

Vasquez, Roy Albert, San Antonio 

Verplank, Bobby Lee, Amarillo 

Villarreal, Eliseo, San Benito 

Vogelsang, Curry Helmuth, San Antonio 

Voight, Marian Whitney, Houston 
Vollmer, William Kyle, Mercedes 

von Rosenberg, Glenn Arthur, Cameron 
Voyles, Marcia Anne, Bay City 
Wade, Hugh Darrell, Childress 
Wade, Marie Arlene, San Antonio 

Waldrop, Robert Alfred, Lawton, Okla. 
Walker, Betty Kyle, Waco 

Walker, George Andrew, Jr., Marshall 
Walker, Janet M.. Ennis 

Walker, Mary Gayle, Fort Worth 
Walker. William Fred, Arlington 



PACE 94 





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CLASS OF 1959 



Wall, Kay Elleene, San Angelo 
Wall, Robert Benton, Beaumont 
Wallace, Carl M., Austin 

Wallace, Elizabeth Hodges, Austin 

Wallace, Sharon Lucille, San Antonio 
Waller, Johnny Lee, Houston 

Walsdorf, Neill B., San Antonio 
Walter, Virginia Lee, Austin 

Walters, Shirley Joyce, Daingerfield 
Walton, R. Max, Clute 

Ward, Barbara Brittain, Houston 
Ward, Charles Eugene, Jacksonville 

Ward, Donald Lester, San Angelo 
Ward, Shirley C., Abernathy 

Wasicek, Walter Joseph, Jr., Wallis 
Watkins, Richard Lee, Austin 
Watson, John Allan, Austin 
Watson, Merida Colgin, Dallas 

Watson, Ted M., Port Lavaca 

Weachman, Wayne Gilbert, Houston 
Weaver, Elton Leon, Plainview 
Weber, Ann La Nell, Austin 

Weed, Thomas Hugh, Beaumont 
Weide, Jerald Boyd, Austin 

Weidenfeld, Jay Lester, San Antonio 
Weigel, Tom John, Jr., Austin 

Weinbrecht, Mel Keith, Brownsville 
Weiss, Flora Bess, Kerrville 

Welch, Noble Houston, Henderson 
Wendeborn, J. D., Sagerton 

Wenske, Arthur William, San Antonio 
Werley, Harley Dean, Corpus Christi 
West, Linda Kay, Hurst 

Whall, Frances C., San Antonio 
White, Billie Faye, West Columbia 
White, Carl Thomas, Seminole 



Whitefield, Ben Taylor, Houston 
Whitesell, Neil Larry, Austin 

Whitley, Dorris Gene, Corpus Christi 
Wiener, Herbert Harry, Baytown 
Wilcox, Patricia Ann (I), Bryan 
Wilcox, Patricia Ann (II), Dallas 

Wilhelm, Van Clyde, Sweeny 
Williams, Carolyn, Dallas 

Williams, La June Ginn, Amarillo 
Williams, Marijo, Irving 

Wiliams, Monte Patrick, Hondo 
Williams, Nelwyn, Van 

Williams, Thomas Lee, Anton 
Wilson, Betty Vee, Mont Belvieu 
Wilson, Edgar Kress, Mobile, Ala. 
Wilson, Wallace Gordon, Baytown 
Wilson, Wayne Randolph, Austin 

Winston, Sylvia Eugenia, Corpus Christi 

Witcher, Donald Edwin, Amarillo 

Wolens, Naomi Marcia, Shreveport, La. 
Wolff, Harlan Raymond, D'Hanis 
Womack, Bettye Lyn, Wichita Falls 
Woo, Edwin Foo, San Antonio 
Woo, Ken, San Antonio 

Wood, James Edwin, Paint Rock 
Woodson, Judy A., Mineral Wells 
Wren, Norma Jean, San Angelo 
Wright, Delora Jean, Tulsa, Okla. 
Wright, Edwin Roger, Houston 
Wright, Lillian Gayle, Abilene 

Wyatt, Larry Cranfill, Amarillo 
Wynn, Mary, Artesia, N. M. 
Ybarra, Enrique E., San Benito 
Yee, Edwin, San Antonio 

Youens, Alfred George, Columbus 
Young, James Lee, III, Dallas 

Young, Sam Wayne, San Angelo 

Zaba, Elaine Elizabeth, Tulsa, Okla. 
Zarate, Belinda Beatrix, Brownsville 

Zavorskas, Paul Anthony, Hamden, Conn. 
Zemmin, Roger Edward, Austin 
Zerbe, Linda Louise, Houston 



PACE 95 





1 1/ lost tZ5eautiful 




FRONT Row: Alice F.<tc/> Cook, Mary Ann Ward. 

SECOND Row: Myrna Joy Koppelman, Dorothy Jean Winston, Carol Ann Koch. 

BACK Row: Linda Luan Best, Sandra Victoria Wade, Bebe Bell Steves, Rhetta Roberta Duty, Linda Link. 



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SOPHOMORES 

Aaron, Steve Louis. Dallas 

Abercrombie, Robert Nyland, Texas City 
Adams, Ann, Waco 

Adams, Harry Lee, Jr., Alice 
Adams, James Arthur, Austin 

Adams, Maurice McAshan, Houston 

Agee, William Norris, El Paso 

Alexander, Ronald Bruce, Conroe 
Allen, Clyde C., Jr., Gladewater 
Allen, Jane Allison, Houston 
Allen, Jo Ann, Houston 

Allen, Marilyn Edith, San Antonio 

Allgood, Betty Lenora, Port Arthur 
Almand, Bobby Dwayne, Italy 

Alvcs, Diana Jean, New Braunfels 
Alvis, Roy Maxwell, Jasper 

Andersen, Jane Katherine, El Campo 
Anderson, Annette Lee, San Antonio 

Anderson, Clarence Eugene, Amarillo 
Anderson, Eleanor Marilyn, Dallas 

Anderson, Gary Allen, Overland Park, Kan. 
Anderson, Henry George, La Marque 
Anderson. William Davis, Waxahachie 
Andrews, Gwendolyn Sue, Bryan 

Andrews, Kenneth X., Graham 

Ankenman, Fred Norman, Houston 
Ansley, Travis Gene, Mineral Wells 
Applebaum, Sara Adel, Fort Worth 
Arnette, Jay Hoyland, Austin 
Aronson, Jerrold David, Waco 

Atchison, Carol Bryan. Abilene 
Atkins, Thomas Harold, Borger 
Atkinson, Sallye Lou, Houston 
Atwood, Frances Evelyn, Tyler 
Austin, Janat J., San Antonio 
Axclrad, A. Diane. Houston 





Axelrad, Samuel Donald, Houston 
Back, Charles Aubrey, Angleton 

Baggett, Michael Edwin, Lake Jackson 
Baker, Louella, Fort Worth 

Bakr, Abdallah Salim, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
Ball, Jerry Don, Brownsboro 

Ballard, James Lipscomb, III, La Marque 
Banks, Kalani, Robstown 

Barge, Thomas Murray, Austin 
Barger, Bethanyann, Dallas 

Barker, Bradley Sinclair, Austin 

Barnes, Alv-in Hansen, Jr., Port Isabel 

Barnes, Ben Frank, De Leon 
Barnes, George Phillip, Abilene 
Barnes, Naida Louise, San Angclo 
Barnett, David Eugene, Chillicothc 
Barnett, Robert David, Austin 
Bartlett, Glenn, III, Falfurrias 

Bartlett, John Oliver, Houston 
Barton, Hazel Phyllis, Kermit 

Barton, Jack Quinn, Corpus Christi 
Bartow, Barbara Ann, Austin 

Batchelor, Virginia Grace, Lake Jackson 
Bauman, Jon Roger, Dallas 

Baxter, Robert Mitchell, Jr., Fort Worth 
IV. ill. Mary Ellen. Jacksonville 
Bean, Malinda Ellison, Houston 
Belcher, W. Ellen, Del Rio 

Bell, Craig Manley, San Antonio 
Bell, John Laurence, Beaumont 

Bcloate, Ann, Dallas 

Belver, Troy Lynn, Lytton Springs 
Bennett, Donald Hugh, Cleburne 
Best, Linda Luan, Wichita Falls 
Biesele, Linda, Ashland, Mass. 
Billingsley, Linda Sue, Timpson 



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CLASS OF 1960 

Bingham, Barbara Ann, Mission 
Binyon, Michael Lee, San Angelo 
Bird, Don Estes, Dallas 

Bitter, Barbara Hunsdon, San Antonio 
Blain, Richard Warren, Texas City 
Blair, Alvin Felix, Houston 

Blanton, John Charles, San Antonio 

Blocker, Truman Graves, III, Galveston 
Blomquist, Maynard Roy, Kenedy 
Blum, Barbara Ann, San Antonio 
Blumberg, Myrtle Faye, Scguin 
Boberg, Robert Arthur, Dallas 

Bock, Carolyn Christine, Austin 

Boenig, Barbara Joann, Woodsboro 
Bogle, George Eugene, Houston 
Bolger, Marybelle, Longview 

Bolton, Kathryn Virginia, Dallas 
Bond, Lillian Louise, Stockdale 

Bonham, Lane Elwyn, San Antonio 
Boone, James Carter, Jr., Houston 
Booth, Annette Hilary, Taylor 

Borden, Ronald Claude, Missouri City 
Boren, Ann, Abilene 

Boroughs, Martha Dean. Mart 

Bourdon, Elizabeth Joyce, Houston 

Bowman, Walter Clarkson, Jr., Harlingen 
Box, Roy Edgar, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Boyd. John Robert. Houston 

Boyle, Marilyn Ann, San Antonio 
Brace, Penny, Houston 

Braden, Irene Andrea, Hondo 

Bradham, Joseph Leon, El Dorado, Ark. 
Bradshaw, Truman Calvin, Jr., Galveston 
Bramlet, Jerry Charlene, Corpus Christi 
Brandsetter, Ann, San Antonio 

Brantley, Gladys Ann, Fort Worth 



Brashears, Janice, San Antonio 
Brennan, Patricia Ann, Houston 
Brent, Carol Myrnell, Beaumont 
Brevard, John Ash worth, Temple 

Brewer, Elbert Abraham, Cedar Hill 
Brewster, Bob Burnett, Mt. Pleasant 

Bridges, James Edwin, Temple 

Bridwell, Charles Ernest, Coleman 
Briscoe, Judi Reeves, Austin 

Britton, Marian Edith, Houston 
Brooks, Henry Tebbs, Houston 
Brooks, Kenneth Ray, Odessa 

Brooks, Myrna Ruth. Texarkana 
Broussard, Joel Earl, Jr., Houston 

Browder, Marvin Wesley, Fort Worth 

Brown, Bedford Philmore, Jr., Hot Springs, Ark. 
Brown, Carol Ann, Edinburg 
Brown, Jack Bethel, Lampasas 

Brown, Janice Claire, Dallas 
Brown, Jon Sam, Price 

Brown, Karl William, San Antonio 
Browning, Wayne Leon, Temple 
Bruce, Elaine, Baytown 

Bruce, Grady Dyson, Jr., San Antonio 

Bruss, Fred Rohner, Jr., Dallas 

Bryan, Cardis William, Jr.. Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Buchanan, David Lee, Jr., Port Lavaca 
Buchanan, Nancy Ruth, Navasota 
Buck, Alfred Augustus, Midland 

Buck, Katherine Camp, Fort Worth 

Bundick, Athene Marie, Barker 
Burge, Charles H., Houston 

Burgoon, Larry Claude, New Boston 
Burke, Edward Francis, Houston 
Burke, Joe Frederick, Houston 
Burkhalter, Martha Jean, Austin 



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Burkhalter, Mary Jane, Austin 
Burkhart, June, Georgetown 
Burks, Linda Eloise, Dallas 

Burris, Mary Edna, Bloomington 

Burrows, Kenneth Edwin, Jr., Kermit 
Burstyn, Margie, Austin 

Butler, Robert Anthony, Rusk 
Butterfield, Frank Darrell, Olney 
Byars, James Arthur, San Antonio 
Cade, Weldon David, Jr., La Porte 
Cage, Barbara Carol, Eagle Pass 
Cagle, Georlyn Virginia, Edna 

Cain. Diana, Austin 

Cain, Jerry Dean, Tahoka 

Call, Mary Elizabeth, Del Rio 

Callan. Jerry Cicero, Wichita Falls 
Campbell, Dixie Lou, San Antonio 
Campbell, Eleanor Elizabeth, 
Washington, D. C. 

Campbell. Lionel Lockard, Jr.. Temple 

Campbell, Richard Trent. Jr., San Antonio 
Cannon, Jerry Ann, Houston 
Cantwell, Carolyn. Dallas 
Carlton, Carolyn, Freeport 
Carlton, Lauralyn, Freeport 

Cartee, Almalee. Coral Gables, Fla. 
Carter, Gregory Alan, Fort Worth 
Carter, Jessie Eugenia, Houston 
Carter, Leona Mae. Goldthwaite 
Cashion, James Hale, Conroe 
Catterton, Julie Beth, Houston 

Cavazos, Ruben C.. Alice 

Cayce, Powers William, Plainview 
Caywood, Martha Jean, Houston 
Celaya, Javier Lopez, San Antonio 
Center, Everett Clark, Baytown 
Chaffin, LeXell, Ncwgulf 



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Chamberlin, Gail H., Harlingen 
Chamblee, Robert Stephen, Dallas 
Chancy, Suzanne, Burnet 

Chappell, Dillard Maurice, Austin 
Chappell, Don Alvin, Dallas 
Chatelain, Janet, Houston 

Cheek, Betty Elizabeth, Fort Worth 
Chenault, Louis Wyatt, Jr., Houston 
Chenault, Sally Catherine. Dallas 
Childre, Frances Anne, Dallas 
Childs, Claire, Jacksonville 
Churchill, James T., Amarillo 

Clark, James Sidney, Eldorado 
Clark, Minta Lee, Weslaco 

Clarkson, Nancy Lynn, Corpus Christi 
Clegg, James Ellis, Jr., Baytown 
Clements, Wayne Wilson, Dallas 
Clinton, Jack Ray, Commerce 

Clutts, Bobby Lee, Austin 

Clymer, John Crittenden, Dallas 
Cobb, Bettye Gleith, Tyler 

Cockrell, James Thomas Ross, Hillsboro 
Cody, Judith Vermelle, Premont 
Coe, Gayle Louise, Marathon 

Coe, Peggy E., Tomball 
Coffman, Joe Arlan, Hiro 

Colby, Frank Michael, Houston 

Cole. Charles Henry, Jr., Fort Worth 
Cole. James Dee, Greenville 
Cole. Jenoye Roland, Conroe 

Coleman, Betsy Inez. Bay City 
Collins, Mary Margaret, Alvin 
Colunga, Daniel. Brownsville 
Comes, John Milton, Athens 
Concklin, Carol Lynne, Austin 

Condron, William Franklin, Jr., Elgin 



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Conn, Jerry Douglas, Beaumont 
Cook, Alice Estep, Corpus Christi 
Cook, Elenor R., Houston 

Cook, Katherine Jane, Atlanta 
Cooper, John Clifton, Beaumont 
Cooper, Merlyn Don, Dallas 

Corbell, Lou Ann, Eastland 

Courts, Howard Robert, Houston 
Covey, Kathryn Michael, Austin 
Cowan, Maurice Edward, Austin 
Cox, Charlotte Ann, Austin 
Cozier, Patsy Sue, Wharton 

Craig, Paula June, Dallas 

Crawford, Joyce Carol, San Antonio 
Crawford, Travis Roy, Grandfalls 
Crowhurst, William Robert, Austin 
Cryer, Herman Lee, Ennis 
Culpepper, Mary Lee, Austin 

Cummins, Cornelia Ann, Fort Worth 
Curry, Robinette, Midland 

Curtis, Clifford Walter, New Braunfels 
Cyphers, Charlyne Louise, Alamo 
Daily, Joyce Deanna, Richmond 
Daily, Leon J., Jr., Newgulf 

Daniels, Mary Lou, Corsicana 

Davidson, Margaret Ann, El Paso 
Davis, Betty Lynn, Austin 

Davis, Jerry Donald, Houston 
Davis, Jimmy, Cisco 

Davis, John Lee, Houston 

Davis, Martha Gray, Baytown 
Davis, Marynelle, Houston 

Davis, Robert Sidney, Jr., Midland 
Day, Billy B., Austin 

Deavcr, John M., II, Memphis 
Dehnisch, Sharon Beth, Mathis 









DeLaney, Nelwyn Irene, Houston 
De Luna, Raul Fraga, San Antonio 
Dennis, Rodrick Warren, Houston 
DeShong, Emma Frances, Dallas 
Diaz, Livia Elia, Mercedes 

Dibrell, David Benton, Big Spring 

Dickson, Robert Miller, Dallas 

Dilworth, James Preston, Port Arthur 
Dittman, Clarence William, Monahans 
Dixon, Barbara Ann, Dallas 
Dixon, Jimmie Carroll, Dallas 

Dobbs, Katherine Josephine, Houston 

Dobie, Dudley Richard, Jr., Alpine 
Dodson, Bobby Wayne, Kilgore 

Dolce, Charles Leonard, Port Arthur 
Donnell, Stanley Joe, Dallas 
Douglass, Joe Weldon, Gilmer 
Dowis, Gary Lloyd, Childress 

Downes, Calvin L., Dallas 

Drake, Floyd Richard, Amarillo 
Draper, Dorothy Frances, Houston 
DuBoise, Dora Diana, Lockhart 
Duncan, Jacqueline Ann, Abilene 
Dunlap, Drew Woolford, Dallas 

Dunnam, Thomas Norman, Jr., Fostoria 
Duson, Delia, El Campo 
Dyer, David Leon, Austin 
Dyer, Wallace Edgar, Austin 
Dyess, Linda Gayle, Gatesville 
Eagle, Evelyn Lorene, Beaumont 

Eakin, Robert Derwin, San Antonio 
Earle, Edward, Houston 

Eden, Catharine Clark, Houston 
Edgar, Kenneth Ray. Graham 
Edmundson, Lida Lacy, Houston 
Edwards, Chloe, Houston 



PACE 101 









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SOPHOMORES 



Edwards, Robert Charles, San Bcnito 
Edwards, Robert E., Austin 

Eggleston, Carroll Lee, Sanderson 
Elam, Carolyn Lorine, Dallas 
Ellis, Lynn Gail, Mission 
Ennis, Frank Robert, Alvin 

Eschenburg. Martha Jane. Floresville 
Esse, Carol Dean. Seguin 

Etter, Wayne Edward, San Antonio 
Eubanks, Isaac Dwaine, McCamcy 
Evers, Charles Lee, Nacogdoches 
Fair, William Wren, Dallas 

Fakhr-El-Din. Mohamed Galal, Cairo, Egypt 
Falls, Robert Clayton, Austin 

Feder, Gloria June. Kansas City, Mo. 

Fenwick, Mary Kathryn, Birmingham, Mich. 
Ferguson. Stanley Burnett, Houston 
Fernandez, David Oscar, San Antonio 

Field. Thomas Phillips, Jr., Dallas 
Fielder. William Cook, Lockhart 
Fillmore, Lynell. Wichita Falls 
Fine, Sylvia Semon, San Angelo 
Finger. Joseph Michael, D'Hanis 
Finger, Ronald Jack, Houston 

Fink, Lowell Stephen, Houston 

Fisher. Cecil Woodrow, Jr.. Baytown 

Fisher, Judith Christine, Dallas 

Fisk. Frances Ruth, Austin 

Fitch, John Thomas. San Antonio 

Fitzgerald, Harley Nelson. Fort Worth 

Fitzpatrick, Barbara. Austin 

Flaitz. Marilyn Minnette. Houston 
Fleming, Deliah Ann, College Station 
Fletcher. Claudia Lynne, Midland 
Flinders. Bonnie Jean, San Antonio 
Focke, Margaret Jeanne. Bandera 





Foley, Charles Lewis, Houston 

Folkes, James Richard. San Antonio 
Fontaine, Jane Marie. Henderson 
Fonville, Sandra, Taft 

Ford, Evangeline, LaMarque 
Ford, Kenneth Carroll, Alvin 

Forester, Rosemary Virginia, Houston 
Foster, Marjorie Anne, Galveston 

Fowler, Joel Preston. Jr., Fort Worth 
Fowler, Wallace Thomas. Greenville 
Foy, Nancy Carolyn, Brownwood 
Fradkin, Judith B., Galveston 

Frederickson, Samuel Burnett, Pleasanton 
French, Lynn Isabelle. Dallas 
French, Nancy Ruth. Dallas 

Frierson, John Edward. McCamey 
Frierson, William Donald, McCamey 
Fuentes, Jose Eliud, Kingsville 

Fugler, LaVerne Allen, Jr.. Marshall 
Gaines, George Edward. Houston 
Galloway, Bessie Jean. Austin 

Garcia. Martin Enrique, Kingsville 
Gardescu. Ana, Houston 

Gardner, James Donley, Dallas 

Garrard, Nancy Marie, Tyler 
Garrison. Ben Paul. Fort Worth 
Garrison, Glenn Lloyd. Odessa 

Gar/a. Beatrice Annette, San Benito 
Garza, Julia Anne. McAllen 
Garza, Roel, Rio Grande City 

Gastman. Nancy Sue, St. Paul, Minn. 
Gathright, Marsha Ann. Austin 
Gautier. Richard Fred. Killecn 
Gayle, James Ray. III. Angleton 
Gebhart. Linda Marie, Port Arthur 
Geddie, James Donald, Athens 

George, William Lee. Houston 

Gibbons. James Thomas. Edinburg 

Gibson. William Harold. Austin 

Giesecke, Carol Anne. Killeen 

Giescke, William Reid, Beaumont 
Gilbert, Maline, Austin 



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Gilbreath, Charles Leach, Alice 
Gill, Rose Marie, San Antonio 
Gillean, Esther Gaylan, Stamford 
Giller, Miriam Louise, Dallas 

Gillespie, Campbell Houston, III, Sherman 
Gipson, Ray A., Victoria 

Gisher, Annabelle Lee, Dallas 
Gnauck, Carolyn Louise, El Paso 

Goldberg, Herbert Stephen, Marshall 
Goldstein, Marilyn Sue, Fort Worth 

Gonzalez, Gonzalo Martinez, Jr., San Benito 
Gordon, Miriam Dolly, Houston 

Gorbett, Deanna Lee, Fort Worth 
Graham, James Vernon, Gainesville 
Graham, Peggy Marcella, Houston 
Grainger, Geneva Jill, Tyler 
Granger, Billie Louise. Rankin 
Grant, Sandra Sue, Beaumont 

Gray, Jerry Riley, Skellytown 
Gray, Jimmy Harlan, Skellytown 
Green, James Adolph, Port Arthur 

Green, James Kenneth, Artesia, N. M. 
Green, Lawrence Ray, Dallas 

Green, Mary Gayle, Hardonfield. X. J. 

Green, Mary Lee, Cuero 

Green, Mary Sharon, Childress 
Green, Thomas Glen, Dallas 
Gribble, Millie Ruth, Houston 

Grieneeks, Laurabeth Elizabeth, Midland 
Griffis, Robert Lester, Coleman 

Grinstead, Samuel Tevis, Houston 

Grodahl, Mary Margaret, Corpus Christi 
Grubbs, James Bryan, Jr., Houston 

Grumbles, Herbert Eugene, Jr., Austin 
Guckian, James C., Lockhart 

Guerra, Dardanella, San Antonio 






Gustafson, Don Harral, Gonzales 
Guthrie, Janet M., Austin 

Guthrie, Merle Elizabeth, San Antonio 
Guthrie, Robert Calvin, Cleveland 

Gutierrez, Maria Del Rosario, Rio Grande City 
Gutierrez, Raul, Jr., Laredo 

Guyton, Gayle, Taylor 

Guyton, Mary Patricia, Midland 
Guzman, Rupert, Corpus Christi 
Haase, Donald James, Nixon 
Haggard, Harriett Ann, Frisco 
Haile. Patricia Anne, San Angelo 

Hailey, Carol Jane, Harlingen 
Haire, Lynda Gayle, Dallas 

Hairston, David Lloyd, Rockwall 

Hairston, Mary Glenda, Wichita Falls 
Halbert, William Grady, Jr., Crowell 
Hall, James Benjamin, Vidor 

Hall, Mary Carolyn, Corpus Christi 
Hall, Robert Lyon, Fort Worth 
Hall. Royce Herman, Jr., Vidor 
Hallmark, Julie, Odessa 

Hamburger, Dona Burnett, Bethesda, Md. 
Hammond, Maxine M., San Antonio 

Haney, Jeanette Blanche, Victoria 
Hankins, Ingrid Christine, Austin 
Hankins, Linda Elizabeth, Houston 
Hanson, Joe LeNoir, Austin 

Harbold, Carla Mildred, San Antonio 
Harbold, Leslie Ida, San Antonio 

Hardy, Ransom Joe, Atlanta 
Hargis, Robbie R., Austin 

Harkey, Mary Ethel, DeKalb 
Harkins, Janice Kay, Austin 
Harrell, Jimmy Joel, Houston 

Harrington, James Wilfred, Jr., Piano 

Harris, Mack Harrell, Greenville 

Harris, Maynard Bartow, Waxahachie 
Harrison, John Ragland, Austin 
Harrison, Trula Delle, Houston 
Harriss, John Charles, Rockdale 
Hartman, Gerald, Waco 



PACK 103 




SOPHOMORES 

Harwood, Jane Collins, Richmond 
Haschke, Herbert Paul, Jr., Houston 

Hassan, Samir A. M., Badanah, Saudi Arabia 
Hauer, Linda Susan, Bryan 

Hawkins, Kennedy Holmes, Tyler 
Hawthorne, Charline, Conroe 

Hays, Almond Jasper, Jr., Houston 
Heard, Lois Myrl, Austin 
Heath, Ruth Lenore, Austin 
Heger, Patricia Ann, Weimar 

Hein. Robert Arthur, San Antonio 
Helsley, Albert Norris, Jr., McKinney 

Henderson, Roger Caldwell, Harlingen 
Henderson, Thomas Harder, Waco 
Hensley, Lynn Carlett, Iowa Park 
Henson, Booth Sheryl, Abilene 
Henson, Gloria Jean, Houston 

Herman, Don Sidney, Fort Worth 

Herndon, Hugh M., Houston 
Herren, John Fred, Childress 

Herrera, Fermin Nicasio, Jr., Bellaire 
Herry, Rose Marie, New Braunfels 
Hesse, Henry David, Corpus Christi 
Hewlett, Edward Robertson, Austin 

Hibbert, Barbara Denette, El Paso 
Hickman, Annella, Pasadena 
Hickman, Judith Ann, Dallas 
Hicks, Sarah Elizabeth, Ozona 

Higginbotham, Betty Boggs, Dallas 
Higgins, Erin, Austin 

Highland, Lenore Carol, Houston 
Hill, Jo Marie, Fort Worth 

Hillje, Gustav Carl, San Antonio 

Hilsabeck, Jimmy Guy, Graham, Mo. 
Hilton, Marjorie Elizabeth, Houston 
Hix, Elizabeth Mae, Abilene 



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Hlanak, La Verne Marie, Baytown 
Hobbs, Fleming Cook, San Antonio 
Hobbs, V. Lee, Gilmer 

Hoecker, Cleve James, LaMarque 
Hoffman, David Alwynn, Arcadia 
Hofheinz, James Fred, Houston 

Holder, Betty Darlene, Corpus Christi 
Holland, Leon Laforest, San Antonio 
Holleman, Patricia Lynne, Houston 
Holloway, William Gordon, Longview 
Holmes, Rocky Dean, Winfield 

Holzmann, Ronald R. B., San Antonio 

Hopton, Alfred Charles, Jackson, Miss. 
Homer, Thomas Edward, Fort Worth 
House, Betty Marie, Austin 

House, Rosemary Clyde, San Antonio 
Houston, Halaire Romaine, San Antonio 
Houston, Robert Conway, Dallas 

Howard, Gary Dee, Midland 
Howard, Katherine, Tyler 

Hubby, Benjamin Wilder, Bellaire 
Huffman, Patricia Ann, Austin 
Hughes, Jerry Lee, Austin 

Hulsey, Spurgeon Leon, Jr., Wharton 

Humble, Nancy Ann, Corpus Christi 
Humphrey, Sondria Elizabeth, Houston 
Hunt, Nancy Bryan, Sonora 

Hurst, Carol Lorraine, Houston 
Hurwitz, Larry Neal, Austin 

Hyman, Jacqueline Elaine, San Antonio 

Irby, Winifred M., Houston 
Izard, Judith Carolynn, Dallas 

Jacobs, Judith Mueller, Kingsvillc 
Jacobs, William Fredric, Houston 
Jacobson, Gwenda Lynn, Waco 
Jackson, Frankie Jerlenc, Houston 

Jackson, William A., Austin 

Jakle, Florence Therese, San Antonio 
James, Gary Armon, LaMarque 

Jason, Robert Mayer, Bluefield, W. Va. 
Jenkins, Michael Ray, McGregor 
Jesscn, Esther Margaret, Austin 



PAGF. 104 




CLASS OF 1960 



Jeter, Thomas Gentry, Jr., Refugio 
Johnson, Don Henry, Austin 

Johnson, Eleanor Leighton, San Antonio 
Johnston, Jerry, Houston 

Jolly, Lloyd Cecil, San Antonio 
Jones, Beverly Joyce, Cypress 

Jones, Davie Mike, Lamesa 

Jones, James Henley, San Antonio 
Jones, Janis Evers, Paducah 

Jones, Margaret Elizabeth, Houston 

Jones, Marian Eleanor, El Paso 

Jones, Nelma Ann, Dallas 

Jones, Robert Dale, Austin 

Jones, Robert Malcolm, Waxahachie 
Jones, Walter Lee, Dallas 

Jordan, Darrell Eddy, McAllen 
Kacir, Betty Jayne, Temple 

Karkowsky, Jay Jules, Houston 

Karnauch, Luda Pawlowna, Houston 
Karren, Harold Bernard, San Antonio 
Kayton, Janet Sonya, Hot Spring, Ark. 
Keever, Jack Elton, Port Arthur 
Keith, Janis, Beaumont 

Kelley, Margaret Jane, Dallas 

Kelly, Carter Benjamin, Amarillo 

Kelso, Harry Bertrand, Jr., Texas City 
Kendall, George Charles, Jr., Houston 
Kendall, Terrence Gaynor, Austin 

Kendrick, Cherry Dian, Corpus Christi 
Kennemer, Billy Ray, Littlefield 

Kerr, Don Milton, Jr., Kilgore 

Kersh, James Edwin, Jr.. Highlands 
Keuky, Lim, Phnompenh, Cambodia 
Key, Martha Ann, Lubbock 
Kilday, Betty Lynn, Houston 

Kincheloe, Hazel Karen, Ardmore, Okla. 



King, Frances Ruth, Austin 
King, Kay, Fort Worth 

King, Ralph Judson, Bellaire 
Kins, Sammy, Corpus Christi 

Kirchem, Reid Charles, Galveston 

Klein, Alexander Benjamin, Jr., Tomball 

Klein, Marlene Audrey, Texas City 
Knebel, George William, Austin 
Kniker, James Donald, Seguin 
Knippa, Janice Lee, San Antonio 
Knippa, Larry Don, San Antonio 
Knize, David Maurice, Ennis 

Knox, Marian Etheridge, Bertram 
Knupp, Robert Gist, Amarillo 
Koen, Billy Vaughn, Austin 

Kosh, Margaret Mary, Hempstead 
Kothmann, Barbara Ann, Mason 

Krause, Arnold Erich, New Braunfels 

Kubala, Caroline Jean, East Bernard 
Kubala, Jerome Frank, Jr., Fayetteville 
Kvinta, Emily Ann, Yoakum 

Kyger, Martha Kay, Fort Worth 
LaBauve, Louise, Austin 
Lacey, Sylvia Anne, Dallas 

Laird, Patricia Ann, Tomball 
Lancaster, Lou Ann, Dallas 
Lander, Diane, San Antonio 
Lane, William Gerald, Austin 
Langford, Lou Anne, Mercedes 

Langley, Charles Waymon, Big Wells 

Lanier, Robert R., Jr., Amarillo 
Lauzon, John Parry, Jr., Angleton 
Laxson, Dorothy Kaye, Texarkana 
Layne, Frances Adelaide, Austin 
Layton, Virginia Lea, Humble 
Leak, Jane Deborah, Dallas 

Leard, Richard Gill, Gilmer 
Legg, David Luther, Amarillo 

Leggett, Carolynn Elizabeth, Midland 
Lentz, Joan Denys, Victoria 
Lewis, Eleanor Ruth, Houston 
Leyba, Moraima Perla, Alice 



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Lieberman, Susan Anne, Houston 
Lightfoot, Stanley Augustus, Odessa 
Linden, Laurence Eugene, Austin 
Lindley, Harold Norman, Pecos 
Lindsay. Edward Russell, Austin 
Linnett, Mary Lee, West Columbia 

Little, Janis Virginia, Eastland 
Livengood, Sylvia Gail, Lockhart 

Loeckle, Adolph Henry, Jr., Texas City 
Loffland, Joan Elaine, Fort Worth 

Loggins, Carla Elizabeth, West Columbia 
Lohman, Judy Ann, Houston 

Lohmeyer. Otto Fred, Navasota 
Long, Charles Emory, Midland 
Long. Henry Houston, Junction 

Longcope, Charles, Jr., Brownwoocl 
Love, Roberta Ann, Dallas 
Love, Roberta Deane, Laredo 

Lowthcr, James Marion. Andrews 
Lowther, Seth Alan, Houston 

Lozano, Anthony Girard. San Antonio 
Lubbock. Dan Gray. Jr., Houston 
Lucas, Shirley Ann. Gainesville 
Lundgren, Leland Louis, Elgin 

Lundgren, Rupert Walter, San Antonio 
Lyles, Carol Lynn, Austin 

MacKenna, Kathleen Anne, Dickinson 
MacLain, Louise Ann. San Antonio 
Madray, Giles Hayes. Jr., San Antonio 
Maedgen, Evelyn Elaine, Mathis 

Magel, Barbara Ann, San Antonio 
Mahon. Sally Ann. Lubbock 
Majure, Carole Jean, Houston 
Mandell. Rosalie Adele, Houston 
Manske, Donna Carol. McGregor 
Marick. Louis Douglas, Brownwood 





Markle, Charlene Cartter, Houston 
Martin, Helen Faltin, San Antonio 
Martinez, Almira Fidelia, Mercedes 
Mason, Jimmy Foster, Irene 
Masscy, Beryl Paul, Navasota 
Matteson, Glenn, Dallas 

Matthews. Gary Nolan, San Antonio 
Matthews, Wilbur Lee, Jr., San Antonio 
Matthys, Ronald Douglas, Wharton 
Mauch, Ethel Lorene, Gregory 
Maxwell, Donald Allan, Austin 
Maxwell, Jack Martin, Andrews 

Maxwell, Mary Gay, Houston 
May, Elaine, San Antonio 

May, Monroe Shelby, Jr., San Antonio 
Mayfield, Sally Ann. San Antonio 
McAdams, Patricia Jane, Texarkana 
McBrayer, Betty Jean, Pasadena 

McCarroll, Ann, Rusk 

McClanahan, Don Crawford, San Antonio 
McClenahan, Margec Ann, Great Neck, N. Y. 
McConchie, Mary Katherine, Taylor 

McCracken, William Richard, Corpus Christi 
McCullough. John Burleson, Waco 

McCurry, Robert Cloyes, Brownwood 
McDaniel, Marion Embrce, Jr., Houston 
McDonald, Fred Daniel, Fort Worth 

McEldowney, Harry Rochester. San Antonio 
McFarland, Claudia Janan, Houston 
McFarland. Janis, Austin 

McFarlane, Virginia Louise, Brownwood 
McFarlin, Mary Margaret, Bertram 
MrGehee, Frank Owen. Houston 
McGhee, Melanie Sue. Brownwood 

McGowan. Charles Frederick. Houston 
McGowan, Loy Dean, Timpson 

McGregor. Jimmie Rae. Mineral Wells 
McGuire, James Patrick. Woodvillr 
McKinncy, Karen, Beeville 

McLarty, Donald Kenneth. Houston 

McLaughlin, Charles Caldwell. Jr., Eldorado 
McMaster. Marjorie Rose, Tyler 



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CLASS OF 1960 



McMasters, Robert Barr, Dallas 
McMurry, Murry Stroud, Clyde 

McPherson, Ronald Duanc, Port Arthur 
Meador, Lucie Ann, Saint Jo 
Meadow, Lorene, Austin 

Meadows, Curtis W., Jr., Dallas 

Meagher, Donna X., Grand Prairie 
Meals, Samuel Allen, Fort Worth 
Medina, Maria Antonieta, Killeen 
Mehaffey, Merlenna, Waco 

Meitzen, Victor Cuthrell, Anahuac 
Melby, John C., El Paso 

Melton, Margaret Diane, Houston 
Mendelsohn, Les, Dallas 

Merlick, Carroll Wayne, Fort Worth 
Merrem, Leslie Crane, Jr.. San Antonio 
Merritt, Dona Louise, Houston 

Merritt, Donald Walker, Rocksprings 

Merritt, Jerry Louis, Corpus Christi 
Meyer, Marilyn Jeanette, Rosenberg 
Michaelis, Max Gustav. Ill, Kyle 
Michalske, Lee Ann Luke, Tyler 

Middleton, Frederick Warren, San Antonio 
Middleton, Roger Arlan, Pasadena 

Mika, Virginia, La Grange 

Milam, Diana Candace, San Antonio 
Milam, Linda Caytes, Snyder 
Miles, Charles Murray, Hearne 

Miller, Daniel Alexander, La Porte 
Miller, Darlena Rae, Tomball 

Miller, J. F., Crane 

Miller, Janenne Jill, Manhattan, Kan. 
Miller, Marilyn Kay, Dallas 

Milliger, Phyllis Adele, Houston 
Mills, Daniel Leslie, Jr., Austin 
Milner, John Charles Wendell, 
Wilmington, Del. 



Mitchell, John Wayne, Texas City 
Mobley, Lynn Marvin. Cedar Hill 

Mockert, Sondra Elaine, San Antonio 
Moffit, Connie Alexis, Austin 

Moncure, Linda Patricia, Bastrop 
Montgomery, Linda. Dallas 

Moody, Rhetta Allan. Houston 
Moon, Willard Bailey, Fort Worth 
Mooney, Jane. Dallas 

Moore, Betty Ann, Austin 
Moore, Carl Alton. Austin 

Moore, Charles Henry, III, Galveston 

Moore, David John, Cleburne 

Moore. Edwina Charlene, Richmond 
Moore, Harolyn Marcelle, Austin 
Moore, Jane Ann, Austin 

Moore, Joe Thurmond, Sulphur Springs 
Moore, John Baxter, Rockdale 

Moore, Linda Keyes, Port Arthur 
Moore, Mary, San Antonio 
Moore, Mary Ethel, Austin 

Moriniere, Judith Anne, Houston 

Morris, Margaret Francine, Greenville 
Morris, Marilyn, Hillsboro 

Morris, Mary, Austin 

Moser, Charles Aaron, Laredo 
Moser, Thomas Louis, Houston 
Moses, Raleigh Warren, Bellaire 
Moss, Edward Emil, Seguin 

Moss, Eva Charlene, Wolfe City 

Motter, M. Maurine, Bryan 

Mueller, Marilyn Marie, San Antonio 
Muller, Guy Vernon, Baytown 

Munzinger, Richard George, El Paso 
Murdoch, Tommy Carolyn, Hamilton 
Myers, Nanci Sue, Waco 

Nagle, Diana Elizabeth, Houston 

Naumann, Mervin Lawrence, Spicewood 
Xeel, James Merrill, Edinburg 

Neidigh, Brinda Gwynne, Elgin, 111. 
Nelson, Bruce Wade, Beaumont 
Nelson, Margaret Sue, Olney 



PACE 107 











SOPHOMORES 

Nesbit, Mary Susan, Dallas 

Nesrsta, Carolyn Littell, San Antonio 
Nettle, Robert Lee, Fredericksburg 
Neubauer, Roger, Austin 

Newberry, Frances Eloise, North Platte, Nebr. 
Nicholas, Ronny Wayde, Dallas 

Nichols, Barbara Jean, Galveston 
Nichols, Donald Loy, Wichita Falls 
Nichols, Gwendolyn Beth, Atlanta 
Nichols, Nancy, Temple 

Nockolds, Josephine G., Houston 
Nolle, Glenn Lee, Lockhart 

Norling, Donald K., Randolph AFB 
Norman, Anna Marie, Killeen 
Northcutt, Robert Allan, Luling 
Novotny, Jo An Roberta, Houston 
Nowlin, Nancy Jane, Lamesa 

O'Connor, Colleen Mary, Austin 

O'Dell, Bob Ray, Olney 

Odle, Bobby Glen, Arlington 
Oehler, J. C. Bob, Dallas 

Ogletree, James Thomas, III, New Orleans, La. 
O'Hair, William Robinson, Jr., Coleman 
Oliver, Clarence Leon, Dallas 

Oliver, Rees Robertson, San Antonio 
Olscn, Harriet Eleanor, Austin 
Onstead, R. Sue, Lubbock 
Orchard, Judy Dae, Houston 

Oughton, Roxana Marie, San Antonio 
Pagan, Robert Young, Houston 

Painter, Sally, Corpus Christi 

Palmer, Robert Erwin, Texarkana 
Pappas. William Theodore, Houston 
Parish, Richard V., Houston 
Parker, Doris Kay, Lampasas 

Parker, Medora Adriance, McAllen 





Parker, Patricia Ann, Houston 
Parker, Richard Brock, Houston 
Parkin, Nancy, Lake Charles, La. 
Parks, Nancy Key, Houston 
Parma, Nora Marie, Belton 
Parr, Edna Russell, Alice 

Passero, John Richard, El Paso 

Passmore, Glen Gorman, Jr., San Antonio 
Pauls, Suzanne Harriss, Galveston 
Payne, Charles Robert, Jr., Houston 
Pearson, Kay Nell, Austin 

Peck, Barbara Bramlett, Fort Worth 

Peck, Charles Robert, Fort Worth 
Pena, Francisco Inocente, McAllen 
Pena, Moses Barrientos, Uvalde 
Pennington, David Lee, Temple 
Perkins, Margaret Clare, Alice 
Peterson, Carol Jean, Fort Worth 

Philen, Edna Sophia, Lufkin 
Phillips, Ann Lee, Austin 

Phillips, Howard Don, Ben Wheeler 
Phinney, Louise Snow, Dallas 
Phipps, Joe Dean, Austin 
Pickett, Mary, Karncs City 

Piercy, Dwayne Clark, Overton 
Pingenot, Duwain Joseph, Ennis 
Pirkey, Louis Thomas, Texarkana 
Pogue, Charles Arthur, Houston 
Polland, Dale Frieda, Dallas 
Polsky, Sandra Leah, Austin 

Pond, Mary Linn, Bryan 
Ponder, Kay E., Dallas 

Pope, Tommy Wayne, Fort Stockton 
Porcarello, Paul Joseph, Houston 
Post, Gloryanna Alice, Como 
Powell, Barbara Rose, Perryton 

Powell, Cynthia Anne, Temple 
Powell, Leona Louise, Quanah 
Powell, Rudy G., San Angclo 
Power, Glenda Lee, Fort Worth 
Powers, Carolyn Joan, Houston 
Prasatik, Mary Anne, Austin 



PAOE 108 




CLASS OF 1960 

Prause, Anabeth Lee, Schulenburg 

Presley, Lettye Jane, Garland 

Preston, Laura, Newgulf 

Price, Richard Charles, McKinney 
Prichard. Margaret Ann. Port Arthur 
Prince, Rose Mary, Village Mills 

Proctor, Hugh Coleman, Austin 

Pruessner, Mary Catharine, New Braunfels 
Puckett, Terry Gay, Amarillo 

Pullen, Harriette Sue, San Antonio 
Putnam, Michael, Alice 
Quan, Elmo, San Antonio 

Rabun, John Stanley, Houston 
Rainey, Paula Jo, San Antonio 

Ramsey, James Sydney, Jr., Kilgore 
Ramsey, Stevens David, Jr., Dallas 
Rankin, Marion Frances, Dallas 
Ratcliff, Joe B., Amarillo 

Rawlins, Ruth Ann, Cartagena, Columbia 
Ray, Nancy Jane, Dallas 

Razzetti, Ann Joan, McGregor 
Reaks, Judie Ann, Austin 

Redding. Joan Carol, Midland 
Reese, Edward E., Odessa 

Reese, Elizabeth O., Gonzales 
Reese, Floyd Curtis, Austin 

Reinarz, Robert Charles, Amarillo 

Revisore, Rocco Giardina, New Orleans, La. 
Richardson, Edward Penrose Hicks, Tyler 
Richardson, Mary Carolyn, Austin 

Riddle, Jane Frances, Houston 

Ries, Clarence Andrew, Denver City 

Rieves, John Michael. Houston 

Risser, Sally Ross, Bonham 

Ristau, Larrie Arden, Texas City 
Rivers, William Leon, Elgin 






Roach, Laura Anne, Dallas 

Roberts, Dorothy Clare, Corpus Christi 
Roberts, Edward Roy, Texas City 
Robertson, Andy Spencer, Kingsville 
Robertson, Ann George, Fort Worth 
Robertson, Esther Sue, Houston 

Robertson, John Harris, Bryan 
Robinson, Don Shane, Plainview 

Robinson, Sue Frances, Corpus Christi 
Rode, Muriel Elaine, Doss 

Rodgers, Rose Mary, Harlingen 
Rogers, Carolyn Louise, Austin 

Rogers, Jean Burke, San Antonio 
Rogers, Rodney Waldman, Dallas 
Rogge, Georgia Mae, Robstown 
Roper, Donald Eugene, Houston 
Rose, Jean Ann, Beaumont 

Rosenthall, Carolyn Adele, Houston 

Ross, Abner A., Lockhart 
Roth, Ann, El Paso 

Rowell, Sandra Kay, Houston 
Royal, Mary Lucille, Menard 

Rubin, Sandra Rose, Kansas City, Mo. 
Russell, Sandra Vernell, Crane 

Rust, Joe Carroll, San Antonio 
Rust, Judith Sue, Texas City 
Rutherford, Sallie Jo, Dallas 
Rutland, Lynn, Dallas 

Ruzicka, Helene Marie, Dallas 

Saenger, Marjorie Beth, San Antonio 

Saenz, Delia Rebecca, Harlingen 
Safar, Carolyn Sue, Victoria 

Salge, Sherian Audilet, Karnes City 
Salinas, Ernesto Saenz, Artesia Wells 
Salinas, Juanita Margot, Hebbronville 
Salter, Julia Lacy, Bay City 

Sample, Edna Frances, Houston 
Sanders, Dean Stuart, Tyler 

Sanders, Nelson Vernon, Odessa 
Sanderson, Kay Jacqueline, Dallas 
Sandlin, Dorothy Carolyn, Fort Worth 
Sanford, Rebe Sue, El Campo 



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SOPHOMORES 



Sanford, William Harold. Corpus Christi 
Sasse, Edward Alexander, Austin 

Scarbrough, Jerry Wayne, Santa Anna 
Schlather, Frederick Sydney, Cibolo 
Schmid. Jeannette, Huntsville 
Schmidt. Davene Evon, Harper 

Schmidt, Rochclle, San Antonio 

Schneider, Theodore Ernest, Jr., San Antonio 
Schroder, Arnold Earl, Jr., Houston 
Schuenemann, Mary Lou, Houston 
Schultz, Rubin Amos, Jr., Cuero 
Scoggins. Lloyd Douglas, Dallas 

Scott, Connie Jean, Midland 
Scott, Thomas Earl, Abilene 

Scurry, Richardson Gano, Jr., Dallas 
Scale, Frank M., Lampasas 
Seals, Martha Ann, Irving 
Scarls, Susan, Houston 

Sentcrfitt, John Eugene, San Benito 

Shackelford, William Monte, Corpus Christi 
Shannon, Aubrey Jack, Beaumont 
Shapiro, Paula Jean, Houston 
Sharkey, Thomas John, Houston 
Shaw, Travis. Austwell 

Sheldon, Mary Ruth, Houston 
Sherrill, Kyle Winston, Dallas 
Shillmgburg, James E., Kermit 
Shmidl, Sylvia Anne, Crosby 

Shopmaker. Sandra Lee. Kansas City, Mo. 
Showalter, Rose Mary. Austin 

Sigwart, Paul Louis, Austin 

Simmons, Donald James, Leander 
Simons, Suzanne Elizabeth, Edna 
Simpson. Davis Wylie, Mathis 

Skelton, William Henry, Jr., Temple 
Slagle, Charles Forrest, Austin 





Slaton, Paul Franklin, Orange 
Sledge, Henry L., Jr., Houston 
Sloan, Ralph Russell, Jr., Scaly 

Smallberg, Edith Lynn, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Smith, Anita Ruth, San Antonio 
Smith, Barbara Sue, San Antonio 

Smith, Bobby Sue, Houston 

Smith, Carolyn Glenn, Galveston 
Smith, Emmanuel Herzl, Tyler 

Smith, Florence Elizabeth, Goldthwaite 
Smith, Homer Don, Eastland 

Smith, James Darwin, Gladewater 

Smith, James Gale, Santa Anna 
Smith, Robert Harold, Amarillo 

Smith, Rosann Dorothy, San Antonio 
Smith, Sidney H., Ill, Corpus Christi 
Smith, Virgil Raymond, Houston 
Solka, Marcia Anne, Refugio 

Sonnenberg, Thomas Carl, San Antonio 
Sorrell, Jay R., Pearsall 

Spacek, Jane Frances, Granger 

Spearman, Donna Maurine, El Paso 
Spears, Sally Elizabeth, San Antonio 
Spencer, Robert W., Jr., Freeport 

Spiller, William Gibbs, Houston 
Staffa, Victor Vernon, Newgulf 
Stallings, Paul Edward, Houston 

Stanley, Nancy Lanelle, Wichita Falls 
Stapleton. Bob David, Austin 
Stark, Harriett Ann, Austin 

Steele. Virginia Ann, Dallas 
Stein, William Leroy, Alice 

Steinle, Angela Annette, Jourdanton 
Stengel, Thomas Karl, Mason 

Stephens, Larry Clifton, Angleton 
Stevens, Ann W., Houston 

Stewart, Landon Wayne, Austin 
Stokes, Gloria June, Campbellton 
Stone, Betty Jean, Mathis 

Stotland. Phillip David, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Stovall, Thomas Henry, Alba 

Stover, Sidney Sherrod, New Orleans, La. 



PAOF. 110 




t ^T 



CLASS OF 1960 



Strange, Thomas Carroll, Alba 

Streater, Sara Jane, Lake Charles, La. 
Strey, Barbara Jean, Seguin 

Stubbs, Lois Elizabeth, Galveston 
Sudderth, Jerry Friend, Dallas 

Sudhijarto, Raden, Palembang, Indonesia 

Sullivan, Mary Kathleen, San Angelo 
Sundahl, Constance Louise, Dallas 
Sylvester, Elizabeth Lynn. Baytown 
Tackett, John Wesley, Stephenville 

Tacquard, Joseph Raymond, Jr., Galveston 
Talbert. John J., Ill, China Spring 

Talbot, James Adam, Port Neches 
Tanksley, Carol Ann, Del Rio 
Tartt, Nancy Bee, Galveston 
Tartt, Sally Ann, Galveston 

Tarver, Wilson Byrd, Jr., Waco 
Taylor, Carol Orien, San Angelo 

Taylor, Charles Floyd, Austin 
Taylor, James Jerral, Del Rio 

Teague, Robert Frank, Houston 
Teal, Rosanne, San Antonio 

Tekell, Kenneth Lee, Corsicana 
Templeton, Earl Wayne, Alvin 

Terry, Gail Ann, Orange 

Thomas, Carolyn Ann, Houston 
Thomas, Susie Louise, Elgin 

Thompson, Clinton Blain, El Paso 
Thompson, Robert Bryan, Tyler 

Thomson, Maxine Yvonne, San Angelo 

Thurmond, George Robert, San Antonio 
Tieber, Avis Andrea, Dallas 

Tlucek, Cynthia Ann, Houston 
Tolbert, Jerry H., Houston 

Tolbirt, Ruthven Champion, Jr., Columbus 
Toliver, Genevieve C., Wichita Falls 



Tomlinson, Jen Gary, Houston 

Tonetti, Robert Hyde, Fort Worth 
Toone, Sara Elizabeth, Dallas 
Tovrog, Myrna, San Antonio 

Traeger, Nancy Claire, Gonzales 
Trapolino, Louis Nathan, Houston 

Traylor, Roy Gene, Carrollton 

Tudor, Dorothy Virginia, Beaumont 
Tuggey, Judith Anne, Dallas 
Turner, Bobby Lane, Ballinger 

Turner, Derald Wayne, Port Arthur 
Turner, Tommy Guinn, Dallas 

Turpin, Jo Ann, Wichita Falls 
Twaddell, Robert B., Clarendon 
Tyson, H. Michael, Houston 

Uetrecht, Diane Melva, Victoria 
Ulbrich, Arthur, Jr., Port Arthur 
Urbanec, Don Alan, Fredericksburg 

Vail, Sandra Lee, Houston 

Valliant, Martha Jean, Sonora 
Vance, John M., Houston 

Vanderwerth, Theodora Carter, Ledbetter 
Vanderwoude, Margaret Carol, Dallas 
Van Landingham, Ann, Dallas 

Van Loh, Jerry Jack, Burkburnett 

Vickers, Mary Elizabeth Wilson, Beaumont 
Vivroux, Gene Gilbert, Seguin 

Voetmann, Katherine Louise, Little Rock, Ark. 
Vogel, Frank Valton, San Angelo 
Vratis, Nick, Beaumont 

Wade, Marcia Adele, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Wagner, Mary Ellen, Crystal City 
Walker, George Harris, Fort Worth 
Wallace, Katherine, Dallas 

Walton, Elizabeth Dee, Beaumont 
Ware, William Ellis, Bartlett 

Warner, Fleetwood Vinson, Houston 
Wash, Michael Arlen, Stamford 
Watkins, Edward Homer, Austin 
Watkins, Jo Ann, Texas City 

Watkins, Linda Margaret, Austin 
Watson, Jane, Austin 



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SOPHOMORES 



Watson, Oliver Lee, Levelland 
Watson, Robert Dale, Abilene 
Watson, Sharolyn, Athens 

Waugh, Kathryn Lewis. Ysleta 
Wear, Helen Elizabeth, Dallas 

Weaver, Bobby Arrington, Newgulf 

Webster, Mason, III, San Antonio 
Weinberger, Howard Alan, Dallas 
Weir, Lola Evelyn, Childress 

Welch, Philip Wayne, Aransas Pass 
Wells, Joe H., Jr., Austin 

Werner, Gretchen Elizabeth, Houston 

West, James Douglas, Edwardsville, 111. 
West, Ralph Wayne, Midlothian 
Wester, John Gay, Dallas 

Wheeler, Carol Morris, Austin 
Wheeler, Eleanor, Midland 

Wheeler, Ernest Dorman, Burnct 

Wheeler, Frank A., Robstown 
Wheeler, Karen Sue, Winnsboro 
Wheless, Alice Lockett, Houston 
White, Margaret Ann, Dallas 
White, Patricia Ann, Austin 

White, Ronald Williams, Dallas 

White, Thyrza Christine, Gonzales 
White, Velma Elizabeth, Beaumont 
Whitham, Mary Ann, Tyler 

Whitney, Alton Wayne, Valley Mills 

Whitson, Mae Margaret, Midland 

Wible, Margaret Ann, Sherman 

Wicr, Gwendolen Jane, Austin 
Wiggins, Bette Jan, Beaumont 
Wile, Ira Barnes, Dallas 

Wiley, Margo, Wichita Falls 
Wilkes, Dan Allan, Dallas 

Wilkins, Mary Hazel, Baytown 





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Willcott, Paul Joseph, Beaumont 
Williams, Anna Carol, Athens 
Williams, Girlene Marie, Austin 
Williams, Julia Quay, Comanche 
Williams, Lacy Holmes, Longview 
Willilord, Nancy Nell, Fairfield 

Willis, Sammy Joe, San Antonio 
Willmann, Betty Ann, San Antonio 
Wilson, Carolyn Ruth, Austin 
Wilson, Deidre, Temple 

Wilson, Harvey Ashton, Jr., Brazoria 
Wimberly, Jay W., Gainesville 

Windbigler, John J., Raytown, Mo. 

Winton, Ralph Huntington, Jr., San Antonio 
Wise, Gary Ray, Amarillo 
Wise, Wess Sam, Rockwood 

Witt, Dorothy Kay, Fort Worth 
Wolff, Calvin Moritz, McAllen 

Womack, Seamon Jeffery, Houston 
Womble, Larry Leon, Dimmitt 
Wong, Don, San Antonio 
Woo, Kong F., San Antonio 

Wood, Oscar Franklin, Houston 
Wood, Robert P., Alice 

Woodland, David Wright, Lake Jackson 
Woods, Glenda Sue, Beaumont 
Woods, Janice King, Seguin 

Woodward, Henry Kissinger, Del Rio 
Woolsey, Doris Roberta, Liberty 
Word, Tracy Triece, Houston 

Worley, Erie Travis, Mercedes 
Worthy, Mary Ann, Corsicana 
Wren, Patricia Louise, Longview 
Wright, Alice Mildred, Houston 

Wright, Carroll Lee, Jr., Fort Worth 
Wright, James Richard, Corsicana 

Wyatt, Kristin Ann, Kilgore 
Wylie, Myrna Lois, Houston 
Yancey, Linda Kay, Dallas 

Yarbrough, Paul Lee, Littlefield 

Yarmo, Robert Lawrence, Kansas City, Mo. 
Zcigler, Joseph Earl, Jr., Victoria 



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FRESHMEN 



PAGE 113 



FRESHMEN 

Abbott, William Henry, Bay-town 
Ablowich, Ronald Edgar, Greenville 
Abright, Sarah Jane, Houston 

Acrey, Chauncey Charles, San Antonio 
Adams, Arthur Wesley, Midland 

Adams, Donald Kenneth, San Antonio 

Adams, Joan Ellen, Grand Prairie 
Adams, Melinda Elizabeth, Austin 
Adams, Priscilla Elaine, Dallas 
Adams, Suzanne, Dallas 

Akersten, William Andrew, Ashtabula, Ohio 
Aldrich, Patricia Virginia, Ft. Thomas, Ky. 

Alexander, Lawrence Norborn, San Antonio 
Alexander, Leonardine Gay, Llano 
Allday, Charles Edgar, Franklin 
Allen, Carolyn Sage, Lufkin 
Allen, Harriette, Kerrville 

Allen, Truitt Lee, College Station 

Allison, Gene Nealy, Houston 

Allison, Johnny Walker, Muleshoe 
Allred, Judith Janice, Wichita Falls 

Alspaugh, Ralph Williamson, San Antonio 
Alston, Roy Dean, Richland Springs 
Alsup, James Alton, Houston 

Ament, Robert Stanley, Baytown 
Amerman, Cora Louise, Houston 
Anders, Donald Robert, Fort Worth 
Andersen, Jack Tarpy, San Antonio 
Anderson, Annette, Austin 

Anderson, Connie Marie, La Marque 

Anderson, Linda Sue. Texas City 
Anderson, Robert Eugene, Falfurrias 
Anthony, William Douglas, Dallas 
Appling, Jesse Kubela, El Campo 
Armstrong. Martha Rebecca, Austin 
Arnold. James Chester, Jr.. Houston 




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Ashburn, Mary Florence, Dallas 
Ashley, Barbara Jean, Milano 

Atkinson, Herschell Lee, Goldsmith 
Atkinson, William Thomas, Pampa 
Austin, John Adams, San Antonio 
Austin, Mary Bond, San Antonio 

Avery, Fred Harold, Mt. Pleasant 

Avila, Eustolio Rodriguez, Crystal City 
Ayton, William Byron, Brownsville 
Babcock. Jim Alan, Groom 

Bagwell, Sue Vernelle, Hereford 
Bailey, Elyndabeth, Houston 

Bailey, Linda Susan, Dallas 
Bailey, Mary Linda, Marfa 
Bailey, Nancy, Rosenberg 

Bailey, Thomas Walter, Palestine 
Bain, Betty Lynn, Austin 

Baker, James Dennard, Odessa 

Baker, Phillip Ray, Crosby 

Baker, William Kirkland, Houston 
Bales, Mildred Marie, Port Lavaca 
Ball, Ann Lea, Fort Worth 

Ballard, Glenn Bryant, Bismarck, Ark. 
Banks, Carmine Marie, Dallas 

Barber, Tom Newcomb, Jr., Ganado 
Barborak, Dennis, Moulton 
Barker, Chester, Houston 
Barnes, Carolyn Ann, Austin 

Barnett, Russell Sterling, Houston 
Barrett, Richard Preston, Pampa 

Barton, Sandra, Brady 

Bartosh, Ronald Jerome, Taft 

H.n/ill.i. Dominic Anthony, Houston 
Bass, James Roy, Jr., Lake Charles, La. 
Bass, Sydney Jane, Fort Worth 
Basse, Patricia Anne, Dallas 

Beal, Barbara Kay, Austin 

Beard, Anne Elizabeth, Dallas 
Beardcn, Jimmy Sharon, Orange 
Bcarden, Sonnie Lee, Waskom 
Beaty, Martha Jean, Fort Worth 

Beauchamp, John Robert, San Antonio 
Beckham, Anita Eugenia, Dallas 



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P 




CLASS OF 1961 



Becton, Joseph Daniel, Greenville 
Beidleman, Tom Earl, Snyder 
Bell, Donald Wayne, Houston 
Bell, Janet Lee, San Antonio 
Benbrook, James Robert, Dallas 
Bendele, Richard Gordon, Dallas 

Benfer, Betty Lou, San Antonio 

Benjamin. Marshall Elliott, Borger 
Bennett, Georgia Annetta, Bellaire 
Berkman, Larry Herbert, Rosenberg 
Berman, Arlene Gladys, Houston 

Bermont, Richard Barry, Coral Gables, Fla. 

Berretta, Kenneth Carl, Houston 
Berthelot, Paula Louise, Victoria 
Beular, Evelyn Elsie, Houston 
Bird, Patsy Jean, Stockdale 

Birdsall, John Calvin, Corpus Christi 
Birdsong, Bailey Arnold, Austin 

Black, Paula Jo, Bellaire 

Blackard, Don Coleman, Mt. Pleasant 
Blair, Carl Lee, Arcadia 

Blake, Barbara, St. Louis, Mo. 
Blakeley, Nancy Ann, Dallas 
Blasingame, H. Don, Houston 

Blessing, Jane Lee, Mineral Wells 
Block, Stanley Byron, Corpus Christi 
Blum, Barbara Jean, Bay City 
Bobo, Patricia Sue, Houston 

Bode, Edward Charles, Junction 
Boecker, Freddie Otto, Clifton 

Bohn, John William, Austin 
Boland, Judy Kay, Dallas 

Bolger, David Jack, Mt. Vernon 
Boll. Mary Frances, Houston 
Bonin, Patricia Anne, Houston 
Boor, Carolyn Emerson, Houston 



Bowen, Curtis Todd, Midland 
Bowen, Kenneth Lane, Houston 

Bowen, Walter Charles, Jr., Lubbock 
Bowles, Barbara Anne, Houston 
Bowman, James Lynn, Perryton 
Bowman, Norma Lou, Harlingen 

Bowman, Robert Hunt, Baytown 
Bourgeois, Robert Eddie, Mission 
Boyd, Gary Neal, Lufkin 

Brackenridge, Eloise Wilson, Taylor 
Brady, David Lawrence, Jacksboro 
Brasfield, Robert Stanford, Austin 

Braswell, Claude Richard. Bellaire 
Brazil, Sandra Muriel, Port Arthur 
Bredt, Jan, Rockdale 

Brent, Robert James, Jr., Houston 
Brewer, William Warren, Austin 

Bridgewater, Preston Fobis, Jr., Midland 

Briggs, Elizabeth Ann, Greenville, S. C. 
Briggs, Rambie Le, San Antonio 
Bright, James Robert, Tyler 
Brooks, Anne, Dallas 

Brooks, Charles Erskine, Rockdale 
Brophy, William Joseph, Houston 

Browder, Thomas Edwin, Groesbeck 
Brown, Carolyn Miriam, Irving 
Brown, David Paul, Henderson 
Brown, Dee Robert, San Antonio 
Brown, Elizabeth Ann, Austin 
Brown, Eugene Lee, Jr., Dallas 

Brown, Floyd Wayne, Corpus Christi 
Brown, Frederick Samuel, Mexia 
Brown, Glen Vick, Dallas 

Brown, Helen Marr, San Antonio 
Brown, Peggy Ann, Cuthbert 

Brown, Richard Malcolm. Jr., Pampa 

Brown, Robert T., Houston 

Brown, Sharon A., Fort Worth 
Brown, Susan Meredith, Houston 
Broyles, Michael Everett, Bellaire 

Bruce, William Thomas, Jr., Port Neches 
Bruner, James Milton, Temple 
Bruni, Joanne, Laredo 



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FRESHMEN 



Bryan, Brenda, Dallas 

Bryan, Jimmy Dean, Houston 
Buel, Ellen Vail, San Antonio 
Buell, Walter Flynn, Austin 
Buford, Robert Paschal, Tyler 
Bunce, Carlene Elizabeth, Austin 

Burdine, Anita Joan, Orange 

Burgess, Malcolm Acie, Barksdale, A.F.B., La. 
Burkhart, Melinda Louise, La Marque 
Burnett, Betty Ruth, Austin 

Burrell, Charles Egan, Houston 
Burton, Carolyn Frances, Houston 

Bush, Orbie Alton, Jr., Daingerfield 
Butcher, Gary Preston, Jr., Midland 
Butler, Adrian Joseph, Jr., Austin 
Butler, Beverly Ann, San Antonio 
Butler, Marylen Sue, Bellaire 
Butler, Tom Kelly, Houston 

Buxton, David Lee, Dallas 
Caliva, Sammy Jay, Houston 
Calkins, Phyllis Jean, Austin 
Callaway, Nancy Lee, Dallas 

Calvert, Eugene Allan, Mesquite 
Camp, Emory Clifton, Cameron 

Campbell, Fay Jean, Bastrop 

Canada, Robert Michael, Houston 
Cantu, Jose Rene, Encino 

Capel, Norma Yvonne, Poteet 

Caramanian, Marie Esther, Houston 
Cardwell, Martha Mitchell, Austin 

Carlisle, Charles Thomas, Randado 
Carlisle, Paula Sue, Dallas 

Carlson, Mary Margaret, Dallas 

Carmichael, David Mooney, Beaumont 
Carmichael. Jerry Harris, Brownfield 
Carney, E. Holmes, III, Port Arthur 
Carothers. Jerry Wayne, Fort Worth 





Carr, Dolores Ann, Austin 

Carstens, Emmett Ronald, Houston 
Carter, Ann Moore, Carrizo Springs 
Carter, Janis Ann, Houston 

Carter, Richard Ware, Midland 

Carter, Thomas Barnhill, Lake Jackson 

Caruthers, Barbara Jean, Mathis 
Case, Yvonne Dolores, Bonham 

Cassin, Thomas Michael, San Antonio 
Castillo, Natalia, San Juan 
Castor, Ruth Jane, Houston 

Castruita, Richard James, Austin 

Caywood, Gary Everett, Tulia 
Chadwick, Tom Ben, Jr., Tyler 

Chamberlain, Thomas Edward, Galveston 
Chapman, Andrew Thomas, Crosby 
Chapman, Rankin Hoss, Jr., Austin 
Chauvin, Larry Andrew, McAllen 

Cheshire, Carolyn Sue, Austin 

Chessher, Sue Jinkins. San Antonio 
Childers, Bctte Jo, Houston 

Chilton. Douglas Holland. Austin 
Chisum, Dorothy Kay, Wichita Falls 
Christian, Stephen Willis, Odessa 

Christopher, Loyce Jeanne, Arlington 
Chunn, Edward Keith, Houston 
Clark, Grady Buel, Jr., Menard 

Clark, Marion A. Cook, New Braunfels 
Clark, Mary Jean, Weslaco 

Clark, Randolph Lee, III, Houston 

Clark, Robert Earl, Austin 

Clark, Roxie Margaret, Lockhart 
Clark, Suzanne, Sinton 

Claypool, William Christopher, Houston 
Clayton, Joe Dodson, Tulia 

Clendenen, Sarah L., Henderson 

Cloud, David Frazier, Parris Island, S. C. 
Clowe, Jerry Lee, Dallas 

Cobb, Carolyn Eslyta, Dallas 

Cocke, Margaret Suzanne, Austin 
Coker, Carolyn Lee, Houston 
Cole, Ernest Allen, Bellaire 
Cole, Richard Rosser, Houston 



PACK 116 




CLASS OF 1961 

Collier, Charles Barry, Austin 

Collins, Judith Inez, San Antonio 
Conlin, Sara Maureen, Austin 

Conn, Frederick James, III, Denison 
Conn, Marion Edith, Dallas 

Connally, David Terrence, San Angelo 

Connally, Tom Allen. Houston 
Cook, Connie Sue, McAllen 
Cook, Wilson Clarke, Bryan 

Cooper, Malcolm Lane, Amarillo 
Cooper, Mary Allwyn, Austin 

Cooper, Michael Ross, Winslow, Ariz. 

Copeland, James William, Belton 
Copp, Dana Bruce, Midland 
Corbin, Martha Payne, Elgin 
Cordova, Juan M., Del Rio 
Cosper, Lewis Spears, Katy 
Couch, David, Denison 

Courtney, J. Don. Wills Point 

Covalt, James Alex, Jr., San Antonio 
Cowan, Kay, Hillsboro 
Cox, Beverly, Houston 
Crabb, Dal Ed, Crosby 
Crabb, Joe Fred, Crosby 

Craddock, Larry Jay, Austin 
Grain, James P., Moore 

Graver, William Lionel, Jr., Midland 
Crawford, John Milton, jr., Athens 
Crittenden, David Lee, Crane 

Crocker, Thermon Ray, Clarksdale. Miss. 

Crockett, Jack Russell, Midland 

Crosby, John Blake, Jr., La Marque 
Crow, James Truett, Austin 

Crumley, Martha Carol, Leander 

Crutsinger, Gerald Glynn, Wichita Falls 
Culver, James Douglas, Tyler 
Cummins, Mary Malcolm, Taft 



Curtin, James Golden, Jr., Houston 
Daffern, Patsy Ann, Stamford 

Daigle, Barbara Ann, Galena Park 
Damek, Herman Andrew, Dayton 
Daniel, Charlotte Camille, Alvin 
Daniels, William Leo, Fort Worth 

Dannenbaum. James Denny, Houston 
Dansby, Charles Vaughan, Gatesville 
Darby, George Leendon, Pampa 
Davis, Dorothy Diane, Dallas 
Davis, Gloria Ann, Dallas 
Davis, Helen Ruth, Dallas 

Davis, Louise Carol, San Antonio 
Deer, Dennis Hayes, Corpus Christ! 
Degenhart, Paul Wayne, Dallas 

Delaney, Randall Gordon, Pasadena 
DeLawder, Jimmie Jean, Richmond 
Dement, Dennie Maree, Austin 

Dement, Nancy, Austin 

Demler, Jo Ann, Port Arthur 
Depew, Judy Beth, Austin 

Der-Gregorian, Heros, Agha-Jari, Iran 
DeSalme, Marilyn Ann, Dallas 
Dewitt, James Bart, Alvin 

Diamond, Fern, Port Arthur 
Dias, Sandra Jean, Baytown 
Dick, Walter Lee, Galveston 
Dickey, Claire Ann, Houston 
Dillon, Patricia Sue, Austin 
Dishongh, Don Dean, Odessa 

Ditmore, Frank Edward, Cisco 

Dominey, Joseph Hudgens, Pensacola, Fla. 
Donegan, Dianne, DeLeon 

Dorbandt, John Thomas. San Antonio 

Dorlon, John Harford, Jr., Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Dorrill, Mary Ruth, Dallas 

Douglas, Albert Clco, Killeen 
Dowd, Robert William, Austin 

Downum, Lawrence Morgan, Jr., El Paso 
Dozier, Eugene Joseph, Fort Worth 
Dryden, Anne Stuart, Waco 

Dryden, Ruth Henrietta, Robstown 
Dubinsky, Ruth Su, Clayton, Mo. 



PAOE 117 




FRESHMEN 

Duckett, Wiley Bert, Austin 

Dudley, James Hudson, Comanche 
Duff, William Michael, Austin 

Dukeminier, Randall Allen, Houston 
Dunlap, Bobby, Houston 

Dunlap, Kenneth Ray, Dallas 

Dunn, Edward Michael, Marshall 
Duty, Rhetta Roberta. Houston 
Duty, Sandra Sue, Eagle Lake 

Dwoskin, Diane Carole, Atlanta, Ga. 
Dye, Dorothy Carole, Bay City 

Dye, Susannah Vincent, Plainview 

Eastman, Harry Jerome, San Antonio 
Eddleman, Julia Neat, Houston 
Edgar, David Gene, Graham 

Edson, Sharon Lee, Corpus Christi 
Edwards, Charles Joseph, Austin 

Edwards. Margaret Anne, San Antonio 

Eickmann, Marie Josephine. Austin 
Eikenburg, John Joseph, Dallas 
Ekblad, Barbara Kay, Houston 
Eley, Cherry, Austin 

Elizondo, Gus Agustinc. Houston 
Elledge, John Harrol, Austin 

Elliott, Charla Jean, Houston 
Ellis, Clara Faye, La Marque 

Ellis. Noel Gregory, Jr., Fort Worth 
Ellison, James David, Austin 
Ely, Sally Jean, Tyler 

Emery, Richard Westbrook, Dallas 

Emery, Wynnell R., Fort Worth 
Emerson, Ethel Maxine, Dallas 
Emerson, Margaret Louise, Dallas 

English, Kenneth Eugene, San Angelo 
Engvall. John Logan, Georgetown 
Eppright, Nancy Claire, Austin 
Erskine, Mary Louise, Midland 



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Evans, Alfred Burney, Jr., Olney 
Evans, George Pirtle, Ganado 
Evans, Georgia Lee, Fort Worth 
Evans, Joella Katherine, Austin 
Evans, Richard Daren, Lamesa 
Evans, Tommy DeWitt, Baytown 

Eversberg, Jon Russ, Albany 

Everson, Charles Slawson, Austin 
Ewald, Barbara Ellen, Austin 

Ewing, Guy Wesley, III, Breckenridge 
Ewing, Judith Marie, Corpus Christi 
Fail, Betty Jane, Grand Saline 

Fain, Neiland Haskell, Santa Rosa 
Fairey, Marian Lynette, Austin 
Fargotstein, Elka, Galveston 

Farmer, Charlotte Ann, Houston 

Farmer, Dalton Earl, Pasadena 

Faske, Anna Marie, Crowell 

Faust, Jerra, Dallas 

Faust, Nancy Sue, San Antonio 
Fcild, Eugene Gray, Austin 

Fein, Edward K., San Antonio 

Fenias, Jill Sue, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Ferguson, Carole Gene, Dallas 

Fetter, Annette, Waco 

Field, Deirdre Damaris, Paris, France 
Fielder, Virginia, Lockhart 
Fields, Linda Lee, San Angelo 
Fillman, Raynor D. B., Pampa 
Fine, Carole Ann, San Angelo 

Finneburgh, Paula Pearl, Dallas 
Finney, Alison Worden, Houston 
Fisher, Ernest Lee, Dickinson 

Fitzgerald, Robert Buckner, Austin 
Fletcher, Martha Roberta, Bryan 
Flint, Robert Bruce, Jr., Bellaire 

Fogle. Jimmy Lynn, Galena Park 
Fogle, Luttie Beth, Humble 

Forbrich, Carl Alexander, Jr., San Antonio 
Fortnan, Nancy Rice. Midland 
Fortney, Walter Scott. Houston 
Foster, Robert Estill, Bishop 
Foster, Sarah Rebekah, Alvin 



PAOK 118 







CLASS OF 1961 



Fouraker, Linda Melissa, Bryan 
Foust, Thetis LaRue, Morton 
Fowler, Ethel Crawley, Austin 
Fowler, Mary Ann, Austin 
Fox, Phyllis Ann, Pharr 
Fox, Ricia, Houston 

Frank, Ernest Willard, Jr., Orange 
Franklin, Travis Duane, Houston 

Franzen, Frances Katherine, Winnie 

Fredrickson, Charles Herbert, San Angelo 
Freeman, Juanda June, Loop 
French, Carolyn, Woodsboro 

Friedman, Lenore Sandra, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Frosch, Charlie Harrison, Channelview 
Frost, Edith Anne, Houston 

Fry, Michael Scott, San Antonio 
Fullen, Stanley R., San Antonio 
Fuller, Kay, Dallas 

Funk, Joseph Ebner, San Angelo 
Gainey, John Michael, Longview 

Gallop, Ilene Doris, University City, Mo. 
Galloway, Daniel Graham, Stamps, Ark. 
Garcia, Humberto, Falfurrias 

Garcia, Richard Molina, San Antonio 

Garland, William Thomas, Burkburnett 
Garrett, Susan Blackshear, Danbury 
Garza, Ben L., Edinburg 

Gatlin, Richard Alden, Austin 
Gcis, Anncs Yvonne, Houston 

George, Johanna Elizabeth, Houston 

Gersbach, La\\ anda, Holland 
Gershner, David Adolph, Dallas 

Ghazarian, Ghazaros Kevork, Cairo, Egypt 
Gibson, Jack Farris, Jr., Sulphur Springs 
Giddens, Kathryn Adele, Austin 

Gierhard, Byron Jackson, Corpus Christi 
Giezendanner, Stuart Sawyer, Houston 






Gilbreath, Cecil Ray, Amarillo 
Giles, Grant Eugene, San Antonio 
Gill, Eddie Michael, Mt. Vernon 
Gillett, Ruth Ellen, Canutillo 

Gillett, Sandra Sue, Corpus Christi 
Gilliland, Patrick C., Austin 

Gilmore, Sarah Alice, Nacogdoches 
Gist, Michael Byron, Vega 

Gladney, Bonner Helene, Mississippi City, Miss. 
Glazer, Larry Sylvester, Fort Worth 
Gleason, Joseph Lee, Jr., Houston 
Click, Frances Lynn, Houston 

Glickman, Leslie Ellen, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Gober, Sidney Long, Humble 
Gold, Gail Judy, San Antonio 

Goldberg, Janice Elaine, Houston 
Goldstein, Sharon Jean, Dallas 
Goldston, Dena Fern, Amarillo 

Gomez, Joel, Crystal City 

Gonzalez, Rodrigo, Jr., McAllen 
Goode, Emma Isabel, Freeport 

Goodman, Marvin Aaron, Houston 
Goodnight, Almita Carol, Houston 
Goolsby, Doyle Wayne, Lamesa 

Gordon, Helen Avon, Somerville 
Gordon, Tulane, Houston 

Gossett, Carolyn Cole, Dallas 
Gottwald, Allie Sue, Harwood 
Graham, Edwin Smith, Graham 
Gray, James Eugene, Weslaco 

Green, Arthur Lewis, Dallas 
Green, George Norris, Austin 
Green, Gerald Claude, Dallas 

Greenberg, Judith Miriam, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Greene, Jo Frances, Austin 

Greene, Priscilla Louise, Austin 

Grecnway, Judith Janelle, Houston 
Greeves, Sam Lile, Jr., Beaumont 
Greve, James Edward, Galveston 
Griffith, Onah June, Maypearl 
Grinke, Anthony Finis, Dallas 
Grist, Nancy Claire, Austin 

Grooms, Barbara Anne, Austin 



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Gross, Sara Ann, Tyler 

Grossman, Ruthlee, El Paso 

Grow, Barbara Lynn, Port Lavaca 

Grubbs, Thomas Mannan, San Antonio 
Grumbles, Terry Neal, Austin 
Guernsey, Fay Aileen, Dallas 

Guerra, Virginia Susana, Hebbronville 
Gurwitz, Robert Earl, San Antonio 
Gunn, Donovan Lyn, Piano 
Guffin, Gwynne Lee, Austin 

Gutierrez, Alberto H., Rio Grande City 
Guzman, Raul, San Antonio 

Gwinner, Daniel Stratton, Dallas 
Haberle, Donald L., Jacksonville 

Hadden, Virginia Elizabeth, Port Arthur 
Hall, Farris McDannald, Houston 
Hall, Joe Bob, Winnie 

Hall, Virginia Elizabeth, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Hamlett, Joel Hugh, Snyder 

Hammerle, Virgil Paul, Houston 
Hampton, Linda Ann, Fort Worth 
Hancock, Marion Donald, McAllen 
Handler, Bayla, Fort Worth 

Hankins, Robert Harrell, Lamesa 

Hann, Barbara Ellen, Bakersfield, Calif. 
Harden, Martha Flo, Atlanta 
Hardin, Sanders Lee, Houston 
Hargis, Carl Douglas, Borger 
Harling, Susan Irene, Telephone 
Harrell, Sybil Louise, Groom 

Harrigan, Joseph Patrick, III, Dickinson 
Harrington, John Dennis, Houston 

Harris, Charlynn Catherine, San Antonio 
Harrod, Margaret Ann, Austin 
Hart, George Tom, Jasper 

Hart, Walter T., Transylvania, La. 
Hartman, Merrill Lee, Dallas 





Harvey, Jill, Austin 

Hatch, Jamie Beth, San Antonio 
Hatler, Carole Ann, Dallas 

Haun, Ann Karen, Fort Worth 
Hauser, Charles Edward, Houston 
Hawks, Georgia W., Amarillo 

Healer, Milton Bryan, II, Brownwood 
Hcartfield, Randolph, Beaumont 

Heckman, Earl Jerome, Jr., Houston 

Heidemann, Sheldon Louis, Channelview 
Heilbron, Charles Harris, Dallas 
Heina, Carlos Robert, McAllen 

Heinemeyer, Louis Chris, Geronimo 
Heller, Jeffrey Merwin, Tyler 
Helwig, Annette, Austin 

Henry, Frazier Patrick, San Angelo 
Henry, James Naughton, Lancaster 
Henson, Robert Lee, Beaumont 

Herbert, James Dalton, Alice 
Herrera, Alfred, San Antonio 

Herrington, Stuart Edmond, Mineral Wells 
Hibler, Prentis Otis, Brazoria 
Hicks, Phyllis Marie, Austin 

Hill, Virginia Ellen, Corpus Christi 

Hillin, Robert K., Midland 

Hillje, Jean Louise, New Braunfels 
Hipps, Phillip Lynd, Dallas 

Hobbs, Jerry Chilton, Corpus Christi 
Hodge, William Earl, Dallas 

Hodges, Robert Wilson, Washington, N. C. 

Hoffmeister, Marion Jean, Bellaire 
Hoipkemeier, Sue Lynn, Irving 
Holland, James Elery, Beaumont 
I lull!-. Carolyn Jean, Odessa 
Hollis, Priscilla Linden, Dallas 

Hollon, Jerry Richard, Roycc City 

Hollyficld, John Scoggins, Austin 

Hollyfield, Joseph Henderson, Jr., Houston 
Hooper, William Henry, Plainview 
Hopson, Danna, Houston 

Horstmann, Lea Marye, Austin 
Horwitz, Arlene Gail, Houston 
Horwitz, Kathryn Ann, Beaumont 



PACE 120 




CLASS OF 1961 



Houghton, Judith Dean, Texas City 
Houghton, Terry Paul, Austin 
Houser, Gordon, Austin 

Howard, Brenda Claire, Houston 
Howell, Douglas Warren, Amarillo 

Hsu, Alexander Jihming, Singapore, Malaya 

Hueter, Frank August, Jr., Houston 
Huffington, Alice Virginia, Houston 
Hughes, Charles Ray, Houston 
Hughes, David Kiker, Abilene 

Hughes, Robert Sherridan, Houston 
Huhn, Janis Gertrude, LaMarque 

Hullum, Billy Don, Wills Point 
Humphrey, Lillian, Austin 

Huth, Elizabeth Maverick, San Antonio 
Hyde, Gretchen Lee, Dallas 
Irby, James Hudson, Austin 
Jacobs, David Paul, Big Lake 

James, Raymond Percy, San Antonio 
James, Royal Parks, San Antonio 
Jarry, Margaret Ann, Houston 

Jasso, Albert Torres, San Antonio 

Jee, Martha Doyle, Houston 

Jenkins, Jacklyn, Austin 

Jenkins, Patricia Diane, Houston 
Jensen, William David, Houston 
Jobe, Bill David, Marshall 

Jochimsen, Jane Dee, San Antonio 
Johnson, Charles Wayne, Falfurrias 
Johnson, Joyce Ray, Newgulf 

Johnson, Milam Shelton, Austin 
Johnson, Nancy Beth, Dallas 

Johnson, Robert Ross, Lancaster 
Johnson, Sharon, Austin 

Johnson, Willard Edward, Fort Worth 
Johnson, William Jerome, Graham 

Johnstone, Susan Margaret, San Antonio 






Jones, Darryl Croft, Houston 

Jones, Harriette Almira, Greggton 
Jones, Jerry Lillian, Beaumont 
Jones, Jo Ann, Houston 

Jones, Lawrence Lain, Seminole 

Jones, Virginia Anne, George West 

Jones, Virginia Claire, Dallas 

Joor, William Eugene, III, Houston 
Jorrie, Robert William, San Antonio 
Joseph, Louis Albert, Jr., Austin 
Jost, Karen Rey, San Antonio 

Kalmbach, Shelley Francis, Austin 

Kaplan, Miriam, Galveston 

Katz, Sharon Elaine, Corpus Christi 
Kearby, James Peyton, Fort Worth 
Keelen, Carolyn Virginia, Austin 
Keen, Carolyn Sue, Bay City 
Keeton, Carole Stewart, Austin 

Keith, Sally Belle, Freeport 
Kelley, Jo-Lynne, San Antonio 
Kelly, Jeffrey Janelle, Big Lake 
Kelly, Kathryn Ann, McKinney 
Kennard, Edith Louise, Texas City 
Kennedy, William Carey, Jr., Austin 

Kent, James William, Jr., Houston 
Kerbow, Roger Alan, Coleman 
Kersten, Phyllis, Sealy 
Kessler, Kitty, Del Rio 

Kibbie, Kent Danforth, Fort Worth 
Kiecke, Pattye Jayne, Rosenberg 

Kieke, Twila Wanda, Giddings 
Kilgore, Linda Elaine, Groesbeck 
Killebrew, Bill, Port Neches 
Kilpatrick, Ann, Bellaire 
Kinch, Ann Ashby, Austin 

Kinchen, Edward York, Odessa 

King, Elizabeth Lou, Austin 

Kinkade, John Douglas, El Paso 
Kinney, Marilyn Kay, Dallas 

Kirkgard, William Keith, Houston 
Kirkham, Pearl Junette, LaMarque 
Kirkpatrick, Julia Elizabeth, Houston 
Kleck, Edgar Rudolph, San Antonio 



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Klein, Cynthia Lucille, Austin 

Klein. Keith Edward. San Antonio 
Klein, Lynda Lee, Texas City 

Klempin. Raymond Ernest, Dallas 
Klepak, Michael. Dallas 

Klindworth. Rebecca Annice. Dallas 

Klingman. William Robert. Austin 
Klopfcnstein, Kaye, Harlingen 
Klotz, Ayree Jane, Henderson 
Kneblik. Janis Lynn. Houston 
Knight. Peggy Anne, Houston 

Koehlcr, Avery Clarence, Thorndale 

Koehler, Travis Aubrey. La Pryor 
Koen. Beverly Ann, Austin 

Kolter. Karol Anne, Beaumont 
Koontz. Mary Ann. Woodsboro 
Kothmann, Lancll, Mason 
Krasnow. Natalie. Beaumont 

Kristynik, David Charles Simon, Bay City 
Krovetz. Albert Sidney. Houston 
Kuroki. Claude Toshio, Borger 

Kusenbcrgcr. Jo Ann Theresa. Del Rio 
Lacy. Gail Elizabeth. Henderson 
Lair, John B., III. Crystal City 

Lamm, Linda Allen, Dallas 

La Montagne, Edward Weir. Houston 
Langley, Dorothy. Houston 

Langton, Elizabeth Dell. Port Arthur 
Lasky. Sandra Ilene. Austin 

Latham, Gene Byron, Texas City 

Laughlin. Judith Anne, Dallas 
Laughlin. William Ross. Baytown 
Launey, Walton S., Midland 
Laves, Harold Pacey. Austin 
Laws. John Terrell. Premont 

Lebcrman. Lowell Henry, Jr., Commerce 
Lebourg, Colette Renee, Houston 





Lee, Bcnita, Austin 

Lee, Beryl Kathryn. Austin 
Lee, Fong Yiu, Hong Kong 
Lee, Helen Marie, Austin 

Lee, Janie Mercille, Port Arthur 
Legg, Jess Noble, Dallas 

Leggett, David Absher. Midland 
Leman, John Walthall. Crosby 
Lenderman, Gary Lee, Bay City 
Lentz, Ann Cole, Victoria 

Lerman. Ondree Lynn, Houston 
Lerner, Glenda Lynn, Houston 

Lester, Edith Ann. Austin 

Leverkuhn, Carolyn Adell, Houston 
Levisay, Don Wayne, Fort Worth 

Levy, Stephan Richard. Denver, Colo. 
Lewallen, Barbara Kathryn. Austin 
Lewellen, Merrie Ann, Mexia 

Lewis, Andrea Lyn, Austin 

Lewis. Billy Fred, Corpus Christi 
Liberty, Joe Phillip, Big Spring 
Liberty, Nancy King, Big Spring 
Lichtenwalter, Jane Louise, Austin 
Lipinsky, Jo Ann, Waco 

Link, Linda, Weslaco 
Lister, Jo Ann, Lyons 

Listen, Bonne Rhea, Amarillo 
Little, Freddie Ruth, Grocsbeck 

Lochridge, Arthur Guy, Texas City 

Lockhart, Hildred Bruce, Corpus Christi 

Loeb, Peter M., Sweetwater 
Loney, Charles Dale, Austin 
Long, James Scott, McKinney 

Long, John Warriner. San Antonio 
Long, Martha Elizabeth, Kilgore 

Longoria. Viola Alicia, Corpus Christi 

Lopez, Giro Cid, Robstown 
Loveless, Ana Frances, Austin 

Lowe, Gerald Arthur, II, Arlington 
Lowry, Wallace Edwin, Huntsville 
Lucas. Charles Weldon, Jr., Navasota 
Lucas, Virginia Lynn, Baytown 
Lum, Judith Carolyn, Houston 



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CLASS OF 1961 



Lumley, Robert Don, Baytown 
Lumpkin, Cecile Clark. Dallas 
Luther, Homer Lee, Jr., Houston 
Lutts, Patrick Stephens, Dallas 
Lyle, Adele Jewell, Corpus Christ! 
Lynn, James William, Belton 

Lyon, Kenneth Stewart, Kansas City, Kan. 
Maclary, Marianne, Dallas 
Mabry, Walter Budge, Alice 
Magee, Mark, Edinburg 

Maginnis, Mary Leila, Beaumont 

Maier, Nelson Henry, Jr., San Antonio 

Maldonado, Reynaldo A.. Benavides 
Males, Jane Loreen, Richmond 
Malouf, Ronald Eblew, Dallas 

Maneval, Elissc Maria, Depere, Wise. 
Manry, Joe Edgar, Corrigan 
Marks, Paul Turner, Houston 

Marr, Ronald Lee, Houston 

Marshall, George Arthur, Texarkana 
Marshall, Muriel Edith. Victoria 
Martella, Ross Lee, Jr., Houston 

Martin, Barbara Chandler, Washington, D. C. 
Martin, Judith, Houston 

Martinek, Bernard Daniel, Ennis 
Martinez, Rita Cruz, Alice 

Mason, Virginia Avery, Dallas 
Massey, Virginia Scott, Houston 
Mast. Martha Jane, Midland 
Mathis, Patricia Ann. Hearne 

Matlock, John Robert, Houston 

Matthew, Katherine Marie, Yoakum 
Matthews. Guy Edward. Mont Belvieu 
Matthews, William Edward, Houston 
Maxwell, Lloyd Judson, Devers 

Maxwell. Pauline Talley. Houston 
May, Barbara Ann. Karnes City 



Mayer, Bernard Dreyfuss, Enid, Okla. 
Mayo, Gary Leon, Pasadena 

McAnulty, Julia Ann, Lake Jackson 
McBride, James Francis, Pampa 
McBride, John Llewellyn, Austin 
McCann, Gladys Katherine, Austin 

McCann, Wilford Dale, Abilene 
McCollom, Joe Allen, Kenedy 
McConnell, Jo Ann, Houston 

McConnell, Judith Langworthy, Houston 
McCormick, Betty Lynn, Dallas 
McCoy, David Paul, Alice 

McDaniel, Jackson Lee, Amarillo 
McDonald, Dennis Michael, Dallas 
McDonald, Joyce Elaine, Sherman 
McElwain, Roberta Ruth, Dallas 
McElwrath, Merry, Houston 
McFarland, Linda Lee, Midland 

McGee, Sally Jacquelyn, Amarillo 
McGinnis. Gail, Houston 

McGrail, Kathleen, San Antonio 

McHam, Gus Carlton, III, Greenville 
McHargue, Eddie Don, Dallas 
McKee, Marilyn Sue, Houston 

McKeown, Lynda Lee, Fort Worth 
McKinley, Shirley Kay, Houston 
McKusker, Velta Ann, Bridge City 
McLeroy, James David, San Antonio 
McNamara, Nola Ann, Austin 
McVey, Douglas Allan, Houston 

Medlock, Melvin Morris, San Antonio 

Meharg, John Robert, Gatesville 

Melton, Jewell Elyne, Austin 

Merchant, Michael Aldridge, Beaumont 
Meyer, Charles Lewis, Bastrop 

Michel, Gladene Martha, Houston 

Middleton, David Mayes, Liberty 
Mika, Barbara Jean, Houston 
Mikeska, Gene Edward, Rogers 
Miles, William Keith, Fort Worth 
Miller, Gurney Ray, Jr., Katy 
Miller, Mary Kathryn, Midland 
Miller, Maureen, Houston 



PACE 123 




FRESHMEN 

Miller, Roy Eugene, Austin 
Miller, Shirley Ann, Houston 

Miller, Susan Harriet, Beaumont 

Mimms, William Reed. New Braunfels 
Minis. Carolyn Nan. Houston 

Mitchell. James Thomas, Houston 

Mitchell, Ronald Loy. Olney 

Mitchell, Sharon Diane, Midland 
Moen, Sandra Kay, LaMarque 

Moffett, Frederick Lindsay, Houston 
Moffett, Robert Lee, Jr., San Antonio 
Molak, Michael Lee, San Antonio 

Monk, John Marion, Paris 

Monro, Anita Muriel, McGregor 
Mood, Hugh Gibbs, Midland 

Moore, Katherine Janelle, Houston 
Moore, Peter Melville, Galveston 

Moore, Robert Marion, San Antonio 

Morehead, Judith English, Austin 
Morgan. Frances Coopwood, Austin 
Morgan, William Harvey, Bishop 
Morris, Robert Don, Mt. Vernon 

Morrow, Richard Terry, Jr., Munday 
Moss, Judith Margaret, Dallas 

Mozley, Milton Gene, Houston 
Muller, Janey Lee, Tomball 

Mullinax, Billye Faye, Wichita Falls 

Munger, Garald Eugene, Jr., LaMarque 
Murchison, Spencer Mayo, Bellaire 

Murphy, Denis Michael, Corpus Christi 

Murray, John Tom, Anson 

Myers, John Leo, Jr., Beaumont 
Myers, Shirley Ann, Austin 

Nacol, Jimmy Elizabeth, Port Arthur 

Naegelin, Clinton Franklin, Jr., New Braunfels 
Nance, Frank Bluford, Dallas 
Naranjo. Daniel A., San Antonio 





Naseef, Carolyn Marguerite, Dallas 
Nash, Jesse H., Crystal City 

Neblett, Charles Robert, Canyon 
Neely, Thomas Oran, Jr., Dallas 

Nelle, Patricia Rose, Mexico City, Mexico 
Nelms, Ronnie Lee. Graham 

Nelson, James Albert, Beeville 
Nelson, Nancy Pat, Austin 

Nelson, Richard Leedom, II, Wichita Falls 
Nelson, Virginia Margaret, Houston 
Neuhaus, Ralph Sells, Houston 

Neuenschwander, Frederick Richard, Houston 

Nevitt, William Benton, Bellaire 
Newcomer, Carol Jean, Dallas 
Nicholson, Linda Kay, Houston 
Niemann, Larry Harkness, Austin 
Nieschwietz, Frank Paul, Falls City 
Noble, Larry Gordon, Houston 

Noland, William Gerald, Corpus Christi 
Nolen, Larry Oliver, Dickinson 

Nordeman, Kenneth Warren, Austin 
Nordheimer, Gary Harvey, Houston 
Norman, Alice Carolyn. Bryan 

Northington, Martha Kay, Ballinger 

Norvell, Benjamin Rush, Beaumont 
Norris, Curtis Patrick, San Antonio 
Nowlin, Marilyn, Sherman 

Nowotny, Monroe Ben, San Antonio 
Noyes, Ella Jane, Kilgore 

Nunnery, Nancy Esther, Houston 

Oden, Edwin Stephen, Atlanta 

Olafson, Jim Warren, San Antonio 
Olewin, Kathleen Ann, Austin 

Olian, Maurice Samuel, College Station 
Oliver, Leaton Thomas, El Paso 
Ondruch, Donald Gerald, Sealy 

Orrcll, Billie Faye, Seagoville 
Orsak, Arnold Wood, Caldwell 
Osborn, Robert Eugene, Lamesa 
Osburn, John Duncan, Austin 

Ostendorf, Herman W., Dickinson 
Otto, Veanne, Port Arthur 
Owen, Angela Lea, Seguin 



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Pace, Charles Wellington, Dallas 

Palmer, Clifford Eugene, Jr., Houston 
Pannell, Rebecca Jane, Austin 

Parker, Clifford Lanny, San Angelo 
Parks, Donna Jean, Burnet 
Parma, Diane Marie, Weimar 

Parrish, Martha Louise, Galveston 
Parrish, Roslyn, Marshall 

Parry, Harold Lynn, Poolville 
Parsons, Diana Gail, Del Rio 

Parsons, Elizabeth Ann, Houston 

Parsons, Pamela Ruth, King City, Calif. 

Partridge, Donald Richard, Cleveland 
Passiah, Sara Jean, Houston 

Passmore, Elizabeth Gail, San Antonio 
Patterson, Patricia John, Houston 
Pattillo, Vivian Gaile, Austin 
Patton, Celia Fay, Seminole 

Patton, Thomas Michael, Fort Worth 
Paulette, Jerry L., Odessa 

Pavelka, Edward Louis, Jr., Holland 
Payne, Eliza Jane, Austin 
Payne, Marietta, Austin 
Payne, Mary Jean, Kilgore 

Peake, Herschel Stuart, Abilene 
Pearsall, Gail Anne, Dallas 

Pearson, Molly Lynn, Jacksonville 

Pearson, Virginia Ann, Del Rio 

Peavy, Janet Octavia, Dallas 

Peden, John Alton, Grand Saline 

Pegg, Robert Walter, San Antonio 
Peine, Judith Adele, Houston 

Peinemann, Michael Edwin, New Braunfels 
Pell, Robbie Gene, Houston 

Pennington, Judy Gray, Houston 
Penry, Irene Frees, Dallas 

Perry, Eleanor Katherine, Hearne 



Ferryman, Jeris Jan, Shreveport, La. 
Petry, Hinton Booth, Carrizo Springs 
Pettit, Janis Gail, Houston 

Petty, Dan Sherman, Texarkana 

Phelps, Judson Hiram, Jr., San Antonio 
Phillips. John Thomas, Levelland 

Phillips, Judith Ann, Lott 
Pierce, Linda, Bethesda, Md. 
Piland, Kay Darlene, Austin 

Pillow, Logan Dale, Jr., Houston 
Pitts, Carol Jane, Bellaire 
Platt, Melvin Ray, Houston 

Plummer, Otho Raymond, Beaumont 
Poole, Lawrence Lee, Dallas 
Pope, Sally Bea, Austin 

Pope, Sharon Elizabeth, Austin 
Porter, David Charles, Tyler 
Porter, Sarah Elizabeth, Dallas 

Porter, Steven Mosby, Boerne 

Poston, Patricia Carol, San Antonio 
Poulos, Cecilia Margaret, Austin 

Power, Janice Margaret, San Antonio 
Powers, Jack Worley, Corpus Christi 
Poynor, Joe Lynn, San Angelo 

Pratka, Robert Clay, Schulenburg 

Prather, William Leo, Donna 

Pribble, James C., Austin 

Price, John Wilson, Corpus Christi 
Price, Pamela Key. Lamesa 

Price, Patricia Ann, San Antonio 

Pringle, Donna Marlene, Austin 
Proctor, Roxana, Victoria 
Prouty, Carol Alice, Mexia 

Pyndus, Marilyn Ann, Houston 

Quinn, Henrietta Leonara, Galveston 
Quirk, Frank John, Jr., San Antonio 

Quirk, James Patrick, San Antonio 

Rabibadhana, Vudhivithu, Bangkok, Thailand 
Rabon, Marion Diane, Luling 

Raborn, Robert Edwin, Jr., Houston 

Rainwater, Edwin Lee, Wharton 

Ramirez, Merle Ann, Dallas 

Ramsey, Fred Milton, Jr., Dallas 



PACE 125 




FRESHMEN 

Rasmusscn. Lucille Elizabeth. Houston 
Ratcliff, Gaye Stanphill, Austin 

Ratcliff, Louis Mickey, Jr., Littlefield 
Ratliff, Shannon H., Sonora 

Reagan, Dora Elizabeth, Brownsville 
Reaves, Sherwood Melvin, Austin 

Redding, Gordon Milfred, Frankston 
Reed. Billy Dwain. Alvord 

Reed, Edward Randall, Austin 
Reed, Ellen Clayrene, Austin 
Reed, Zelda, Austin 

Reese, Margaret Ann, Fort Worth 

Reeves. Doris Gayle, Boling 
Reeves, Robert, McAllen 
Reichert, John D., Austin 

Reinhart, George William Peter, Fort Worth 
Reynolds, Doyle Wayne, Port Arthur 
Rice, Ralph Ellisor, Cleveland 

Rich, Margaret Ann, Fort Worth 
Richard, Thomas Glenn, Beaumont 
Richards, Joe Jeff, Clifton 

Richardson, Charles Robert, Texas City 
Richardson, Linda Joyce, Houston 
Richardson, Robert Donald, Houston 

Richrrt, Bernhard Ernest, Jr., Beaumont 
Richmond, Jane Gail, Bryan 

Richter, Ernest Roland, Jr., Dayton 
Ringler, Herman, Denison 

Ripple, Ronnie Charles, El Campo 
Rivenbark, Wendy Ann, Aiken, S. C. 

Roberts, George Evelyn, Levelland 

Robertson, Carolyn Camille, San Antonio 
Robertson, Jack Dwain, Rails 

Robertson, Marian Elizabeth, Wichita Falls 
Robinson, Larry Don, Iowa Park 
Robinson, Max Alan, Jasper 
Robinson. Patsy Ann, Houston 




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Rodgers, Robert William, Harlingen 
Rodieck, Ralph William, Houston 
Rogers, Bertram Charles, III, Austin 
Rogers, Lucy Jean, College Station 
Romans, Edward Louis, Houston 

Rose, Elizabeth Anne, Danville, W. Va. 

Ross, Ralph Doyle, Jr., Lamesa 
Ross, Sherman Allan, Houston 

Rosson, Bryan Lee, Corpus Christ! 

Rothman, Ellen Joy, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Roush, Alice Jeanne, Freeport 
Rowland, Sheren Lee, Dallas 

Rudisill, Henry Clifford, II, Houston 
Rudolph, Fred Baker, Gorman 
Ruesch, Joan, Columbus 

Rule, Charles Gary, Westover AFB, Mass. 
Russell, Clarence Randolph, Jr., Sherman 
Russell, James Edward, Dallas 

Ryan, Thomas Franklin, Houston 
Saenz, Hector, Corpus Christi 

Saenz, Roberto Hector, Benavides 
St. Clair, Thomas Larry, Austin 

Sager, Sandra Jeanne, Corpus Christi 
Saikin, Suzanne Meryl, Fort Worth 

Samuel, Sandra Gayle, Austin 
Sandel, Nita Sue, Dallas 

Sanders, Hugh Walter, Jr., Austin 
Sanders, Larry Dow, San Antonio 
Sanders, Sandra Lee, Center 
Sartain, Nancy Jane, Kilgore 

Saltier, Donald Fred, San Antonio 
Sauls, Kathelene Ellen, Orange 

Savage, Robert Wesley, Wellington 
Schaffner, Wanda Jayce, Hempstead 
Scharpf, Richard Leo, Austin 
Schladoer, Gloria Jane, Comfort 

Schlather. Wilfred Hilmar, New Braunfels 
Schmidt, Dorothy Diane, Austin 
Schneider, Barbara Sue, Galveston 
Schneider, Gretchen Annah, Alice 
Schobcr, James Rowlen, San Antonio 
Schoppaul, Diana Lynn, Dallas 

Schroetcr, Edwin Morris, Hereford 



PAOR 126 




CLASS OF 1961 



Schuchard, Walter Ronny, Abilene 
Schurer, Ernst Ignarz, Austin 
Schutze, Eugene Walter, Austin 
Schwartz, Lorraine, Fort Worth 

Scoggins, Don Wallace, Falcon Heights 
Scott, Clyde Irvin, Austin 

Scott, Doris Elaine, Plainview 
Scott, Judith, Kaufman 

Scott, Thomas Perry, Coleman 
Scruggs, Patsy Sue, Dallas 
Sears, Sharon Sue, Dallas 

Seelke, Frances Ann, Houston 

Segall, Judith Lee, Houston 

Sellers, William Arthur, Houston 
Silliman, Frank, Ft. Stockton 
Settle, Clyde Reagan, Beaumont 
Sewell, Gerald Lee, Bellaire 
Shallene, Frank Mills, Austin 

Shanks, Wilbert Jeanne, Angleton 
Shapiro, Jacqueline, Shreveport, La. 
Sharp, Clifford Gene, Groesbeck 
Sharpe, Ada Marie, Angleton 

Shatto, Elizabeth Anne, Columbus 

Shellshear, Marcus Thomas, Jr., Houston 

Shelton, Mary Evelyn, Austin 

Shelton, Vernon Lee, San Antonio 
Shepperd, Joe Arthur, Burnet 
Shepperd, Queen Ann, Bartlett 

Sherburne, Mary Carolyn, Houston 
Shields, Judith Alice, Victoria 

Shiroma, Joseph Tsuguo. Kaneohe, Hawaii 
Shivers, Dottye Rozann, Marshall 
Shofner, Janice M., Harlingen 
Shofner, Janice Sue, Harlingen 

Shomette, Clarence Douglas, Lockhart 
Siddall, James Clarke, San Antonio 
Sides, Jack Davis, Jr., Dallas 



Sikes, William Nick, Jacksboro 
Siler, Bennye Boyd, Henderson 
Simecek, Kathryn Adele, Austin 

Simmons, Janiece Belle, Fort Worth 
Simmons, Sandra Ann, Dallas 

Simpson, Martha Carolyn, Mason 

Simpson, Mary Louise, Paris 
Sims, James Delaney, Garland 
Sims, Joan, McGregor 

Sims, Patricia Ann, Austin 

Siptak, Bettye Carolyn, Caldwell 

Sivley, Robert Swann, Jr., Lampasas 

Slaten, Jo Ann, Houston 

Slaton, Sharon Kay, Orange 

Smallwood, William David, Snyder 
Smart, Herbert William, Florence 
Smith, Bobby Lee, Atlanta 
Smith, Carla Joan, Austin 

Smith, Elaine Yvonne, Crystal City 
Smith, Everett Gregor, Midland 
Smith, George William, Houston 
Smith, Helen Townes, Houston 
Smith, James Edward, Dallas 

Smith, James Wcldon, Waxahachie 

Smith, Jerry Mills, Fort Worth 
Smith, Joyce Lynette, Houston 
Smith, Margie Lou, Palestine 
Smith, Robert Gary, Dallas 

Smith, Roslyn Starlett, Houston 
Smith, Sharon Kay, Houston 

Smith, Sheldon Stuart, Austin 

Smith, Sherrill Ruth, Karnes City 
Smith, Sherry Lynn, Meridian 

Smith, Stanley Nelson, Fort Worth 

Smith, Stephen Collier, Houston 

Smith, Susan Carolyn, Austin 

Smith, Thomas Lowrey, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Snell, Mary Ann, League City 
Snipes, Shirley Ann, Lockhart 

Snyder, Linda Louise, Fort Worth 

Sorelle, Arthur William, III, Amarillo 
Spalding, James William, Dallas 
Sparks, Don Luther, Amarillo 



PACE 127 




FRESHMEN 



Sparks, Sam, Austin 

Sparks, Warren Morgan, Amarillo 
Spears, Judith Kathryn, Houston 
Speer, Patricia Lu, Houston 
Speir, Jo Ann, Borger 

Spencer, Lawrence Dean, Abilene 

Spires, Carol Louise, Austin 

Stafford, Dorothy Laverne, Palestine 
Stainton, Homer Ernest, Texarkana 
Stainton, Judith Anne, Texarkana 
Stanley, Bill Leonard, Pasadena 
Stanley, Mary Frances, Dallas 

Starling, Frances Ann, Austin 
Starnes, Jon Harris, Midland 
Stefka, Laneta Joyce, Austin 
Stein, Dolph E., Galveston 
Steinle, John Henry, Austin 

Steinman, Robert Steven, Dallas 

Stephanow, Carl Joseph, Houston 
Stephen, Susan Lee, Galveston 
Stephens, Arthur Cole, Dallas 
Stephens, Don C., Galena Park 
Stephens, Don Earl, Dallas 

Stcphenson, Sally Anne, Beaumont 

Sterling, Harris Joe, San Antonio 
Stern, Eddie Jeanne. Dallas 
Stevenson, Linda Fay, Austin 

Stewart, Charles Leslie, Wills Point 
Stewart, Jon Douglas, Houston 

Stewart, Robert Hampton, Jr., Houston 

Stigall, Charles Wayne, Houston 
Stinebaugh, Sara Evelyn, Houston 
Stockton, Dorothy Lee. Runge 

Stocrmer, William Bryan, Jr., Austin 
Stokes. Ora Melinda, Plainview 
Stolleis, Julia Marie, Pasadena 




A / > 

tUL V 'i A 




Stolz, Sandra Lynn, Houston 

Stopher, Henry Wallace, III, Beaumont 
Stotts, Jane, Dallas 

Strausser, Frances Danielle, Austin 
Stroker, Gail, New Braunfels 
Strong, Arlene Gayle, Houston 

Strother, Daniel Baxter, Dallas 

Stroud, William Roland, Galveston 

Sullivan, Dunklin Augustus, Centerville 
Summers, Richard Lee, Jr., Baytown 
Sumners, Donald DeFord, Houston 
Svadlcnak, Marilyn, Thrall 

Svadlenak, Rita Kay, Weslaco 

Swain, George William, III, San Antonio 
Swartz, Deana Kay, Abilene 

Swartzkopf, Louis Lcroy, III, San Antonio 
Swint, Dale Ranscy, San Marcos 
Switzer, Walter David, Houston 

Taber, William Farrington. Corpus Christi 
Taggart, George Knight, III, Corpus Christi 
Talley, Daniel Jule, Alice 
Tampke, Lillian Ann, Austin 
Tandy, Patricia Lou, Midland 
Tanksley, Benny Paul, Del Rio 

Tanner, Sandra Sue, Port Lavaca 
Tarses, Joan Cecile, Houston 

Tate, Milton York, Jr.. Giddings 
Tatum, Lance Edward, Dallas 
Taub, Albert A., Waco 

Taubert, Ernest Lee, Rio Hondo 

Taylor, Donald Harrison, III, Crystal City 
Taylor, Hope Catherine. Houston 
Taylor, James Owen, III. Del Rio 
Taylor, John Randle, San Antonio 
Taylor, Luella Hope, Houston 

Taylor, Richard Donald, Houston 

Terrell, John Butler, Jr.. Beaumont 
Terence, Lois Denny. Houston 

Thayer, Gilbert Richard. Port Lavaca 
Thielen, Jay Francis, Houston 
Thomas, Ada Carole, Wellington 

Thomas, James Rodney, Chk kasha, Okla. 



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CLASS OF 1961 



Thomas, Mary Stewart, Navasota 
Thomas, Peggie Laverne, Petersburg 
Thompson, Henry Erwin, Houston 
Thompson, Marcus Leslie, Dallas 
Thompson, Patsy LaGuinn. Garland 
Thompson, Rosann, Dallas 

Thomson, Gordon Cole, Houston 
Thomson, Larry Dale, Kermit 

Thurman, Gerald Audrey, Manor 
Tiller, David Clyde, Alice 

Timberlake, Cynthia Ann, Victoria 
Tinsley, John Forte, Fort Worth 

Tolve, Nancy Catherine, Fort Sam Houston 
Tomlin, Helen Charlene, Overton 
Tooke, Bess Kirby, Houston 

Toubin, Charles Irving, Houston 
Tovar, Paulino M., Alice 
Travis, Sally, San Antonio 

Traweek, Billie Jean, Port Arthur 
Trickey, Clara Janis, Brownsville 
Troell, Charles Edward, Pleasanton 
Trotter, James Albert, San Antonio 
Troubridge, Arleen Ray, Tyler 

Truchard, Anthony M., Cat Spring 

Truscott, Gloria Dean, Galena Park 
Turner, James Warren, Amarillo 
Turner, Robert Hendrick, Marlin 
Turner, Tommy Eusie, Borger 
Turpin, Robert Porter, Midland 
Twyman, Suzan Gray, Houston 

Tyler, George Robert, Houston 
Tyng, M. Effie, Houston 
Uhr, Barry Wayne, Seguin 

Ullrich, Ann Holt, Wichita Falls 
Ulmer, Lucien Barton, San Antonio 
Valadez, Victor, Jr., Del Rio 



Vance, Conrad Brian, Houston 

Van Griethuysen, Bonnie, Houston 
Van Horn, Beth, Odessa 

Van Horn, Judith Kay, San Antonio 

Vanmeter, Ronald Lee, Beaumont 

Vassberg, Paul Edward, Lyford 

Vogt, John Carrol, Dallas 

Vogt, Mary Katherine, Boerne 
Voight, Ann Kennedy, Houston 
Vollintine, Diana, Fort Worth 
Vollman, Gene, Houston 

Wagenfuehr, Mary Louise, New Braunfels 

Wakeland, Justin Marshall, Waxahachie 
Walker, Henry Leon, Jr., Taylor 
Walker, Jack Bryan, Ennis 

Walker, Jo Anne, College Station 
Walker, Lynda Lou, Texarkana 
Walker, Sara Ellen, Hempstead 

Walker, Virginia Anne, Austin 

Wannall, Judith Patricia, Freeport 
Ward, Beverly, San Antonio 
Ware, Jane Elizabeth, Dallas 
Warren, Janelle, Austin 

Watkins, Patricia Jean, Austin 

Watson, Betty, Austin 

Watson, Charlotte Helen, Elmhurst, 111. 
Watson, Jerry Lynn, Fort Worth 
Watson, Jim Albert, Rotan 
Watson, W. Roy, Dallas 

Walters, James Daniel, Fort Worth 

Weant, Billie Mary Ann, Falfurrias 
Webb, Kay, Dallas 

Webb, Marian Patricia, San Antonio 
Weber, Lillian Ray, Houston 
Weber, Mary Josephine, Austin 

Wedemeyer, Rudolf Anthony, Texas City 

Weems, Mason Locke, VI, West Columbia 
Weinert, Kirk William, Beaumont 
Weiser, Bobbie Lynn, Panhandle 

Wells, James Robert, Corpus Christi 
Wendlandt, Wanda Ann, Houston 

Westerfeld, Richard Dennis, Midland 



PACE 129 




FRESHMEN 



Wetmore, Davis Wyatt, Galveston 
Wheeler, Mario Riley, Houston 

Whitacre, Carolyn Jeanette, Houston 
Whitcomb, Thomas Leland, Houston 
White, Barbara Ann, Houston 
White, Charles McDonald, Tyler 

White, James Michael, Corpus Christi 
White, Noble Leon, Dallas 

White, William Allen, Brownwood 
Whiteside, Meta Louise, San Antonio 
Whitley, Don Murray, Houston 

Whitstine, Mary Charlene, Corpus Christi 

Whittington, Anna Lodi, Waco 
Whitty, Marguerite Ann, Houston 
Whitworth, Billie Jean, Vanderbilt 
Wickliffe, Leslie Wayne, Burleson 

Wideman, Jack Howard, San Antonio 
Wietstruck, William Harold, Houston 

Wiley, Billy Glen, Leander 

Wilhite, George William, Austin 
Wilkerson, Karen Gail, Austin 

Wilkinson, John Paul, Jr., Midland 
Wilkinson, Terry Ross, Austin 

Willerson, James Thornton, San Antonio 

Williams, Clarence Donald. II, Austin 
Williams, Jimmie Dell, Eldorado 
Williams, Margaret Karleen, Austin 
Williams, Nick Olin, Lamesa 
Williams, Sandra Lou, Houston 
Williams, Virginia Lee, Houston 

Willie, Robert Fred, Austin 

Willis, Michael Lowell, Corpus Christi 
Willis, Nancy Jane, Tomball 

Wilson, Amos Haygood, Jr., San Antonio 
Wilson, Darrell David, Houston 
Wilson. Donald Ray, Seminole 





Wilson, Freddie Ernest, Austin 
Wilson, James Boyd, Marshall 
Wilson, Jimmie, Jr., Tomball 

Wilson, Ronald Albert, San Antonio 
Winter, Frances Leora, Wichita, Kan. 
Wiser, LaNell, Houston 

Wissner, Don Forrest, Alvin 
Wizig, Herbert Wolfe, Waco 

Womack, Carleton Ross, Odessa 
Womack, Catherine, Houston 

Woodford, William Gratz, Hereford 
Woodroof, Marcia Lee, Edinburg 

Wooldridge, Ted, Mineral Wells 
Woolfolk, Beverly Jane, Graham 
Worff, Barbara Lorene, McAllen 
Wright, Carolyn Louise, Houston 
Wright, James Frederic, Houston 
Wright, Jerry L., Fort Worth 

Wright, Peggy Jo, Houston 

Wuest, Cheryl Maurine, Karnes City 
Wukasch, Barry Charles, Austin 
Wynne, Robert Lee, III, Beaumont 
Wyrick, Gilbert Malison, Dallas 

Wyrick, Walter James, Jr., Texarkana 

Yeaton, Jane Elaine, Austin 
Yee, Bill Gwock Wing, Dallas 

Yellen, Marlene Glenda, Houston 
Yoas, Howard Ernst, Louise 
Yoe, Charles Willard, Austin 
Young, Bill James, Baytown 

Young, Farrice Schmidler, Houston 
Young, Myra Nell, Jefferson 
Young, O. Henry, Jr., Abilene 
Young, Sue Ellen, Port Arthur 
Young, William Joseph, Austin 
Zacek, George Edward, Needville 

Zamel, Ahmad Abdulla, Al-Khober, Saudi Arabia 
Zamponi, Larry Gene, La Feria 

Zelinger, Nancy Rae, Denver, Colo. 
Zethraeus, Christine, Fort Worth 
Zindler, Udith Annette, Bellaire 
Zittlc, Ida Mae, San Antonio 
Zoch, Royce Wallace, Austin 



PACE 130 




1 909 



HONORARY, PROFESSIONAL 
AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS 



PAGE 131 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 




HONORARY PRE-MEDICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded: The University of Alabama, 1926 
Texas Alpha Chapter, 1929 



Fall 

JAMES WILLIAM SHORT 
DICK KEITH HUNTER 
GUY KEEL GUFFEE . 
ROBERT SAVELL PUTNAM 
JACK ROSENBERG 
WILLIAM G. WILKERSON 



Fred Graydon Anderson 
William Skidmore Banks 
Gerald Thomas Bell 
James Williams Cottingham 
Manuel Trevino De Los Santos 
Joseph Cornell Dewitt 
Danny Ware Donegan 
John Warner Duckett 
T. Craig Ferrill 
Donald Franklin Fincher 
William A. Forkner 
William R. Gaston 
Alvin Hirsh Gold 
Guy Keel Guffee 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Reporter . 
Historian . 

MEMBERS 

Paxton H. Howard, Jr. 
Dick Keith Hunter 
Richard Page Keeton 
Wayne Francis Keller 
Alfred Allen Kopecky 
Joseph Edward Loewenstein 
John Alexander McCrary 
William Emery Monk 
William Austin Newton 
Dwight James Nichols 
Robert Savell Putnam 
Horace C. Richbourg 
John C. Riley, III 
Jack Rosenberg 

Don Charles Wukasch 



Spring 

JAMES WILLIAM SHORT 
DICK KEITH HUNTER 
GUY KEEL GUFFEE 
ROBERT SAVELL PUTNAM 
JACK ROSENBERG 
WILLIAM G. WILKERSON 



Gwendolyn Margaret Scharlach 

Nancy Lee Schnautz 

Robert Edward Slaughter 

James William Short 

Charles Ray Smith 

David Ely Smith 

Kent Smith 

William Howard Starling 

James D. Strong, Jr. 

Ariel Jose Thomann 

Gage Van Horn, III 

Dennis Evan Welch 

Linton A. Whitaker 

William G. Wilkerson 






Thomas Benton Coopwood 
John Wesley Dale 
Walter Scott Dwyer 
David Arnold Greenspan 
Donald Ray Janak 



FALL INITIATES 

David Maurice Knife 
James Gordon Miller 
Floyd Curtis Reese 
Robert James Robertson 
Garland Hansford Smith, Jr. 



Homer Don Smith 
Robert Rhoads Trostel 
John Fredric Whitaker 
Harvey Ashton Wilson, Jr. 
Gary Ray Wise 



PACE 132 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 




HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY FOR FRESHMEN WOMEN 

Founded: University of Illinois, 1924 

Texas Chapter, 1935 



Fall 

LINDA KAY YANCEY . 
MARGARET JEANNE FOCKE . 
MARGARET MAURINE MOTTER 
MARGARET ANN WHITE 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN . 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Historian . 
Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

LINDA KAY YANCEY 
MARGARET JEANNE FOCKE 
MARGARET MAURINE MOTTER 
MARGARET ANN WHITE 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN 



Judith Elaine Abrams 
Jane Katherine Andersen 
Sara Adel Applebaum 
Frances Pope Bates 
Lillian Louise Bond 
Carolyn Cantwell 
LaNell Chaffin 
Nancy Jane Chapman 
Nancy Margaret Cheek 
Josephine Elaine Cogdell 
Betsy Inez Coleman 
Irma Elaine Dahse 
Barbara Ann Dixon 
Aileen Muirhead Donovan 
Delia Duson 
Mary Blanche Fanett 
Etelka Vernelle Ferguson 
Emily Jo Flachmeier 
Claudia Lynne Fletcher 



Patricia Virginia Aldrich 
Leonardine Gay Alexander 
Diane Jean Alves 
Annettee Anderson 
Mary Bond Austin 
Sharon Wynelle Broyles 
Phyllis Jean Calkins 
Mary Margaret Carlson 
Sue Jinkins Chessher 
Berniece Claire Childs 
Ruth Ann Cook 
Alice Cushman 
Betty Lynn Davis 
Helen Ruth Davis 
Patricia Sue Dillon 
Nancy Jo Dyer 
Marie Josephine Eickmann 
Joyce Yvonne Eitelman 
Margaret Louise Emerson 
Elka Fargotstein 
Nancy Sue Faust 
Alison Worden Finney 
Patricia Jean Fleming 
Sandra Fonville 



MEMBERS 

Margaret Jeanne Focke 
Betty Frank Forman 
Mineola Page Grumbles 
Julie Hallmark 
Rosemary Clyde House 
Betty Jayne Kacir 
Delia Glover King 
Janis Virginia Little 
Annette Maples 
Mary Gay Maxwell 
Virginia Louise McFarlane 
Melanie Sue McGhee 
Dorothy Pack Miller 
Margaret Maurine Motter 
Sue Howard Nicholls 
Norma Jane Nix 
Colleen Mary O'Conner 
Harriet Eleanor Olsen 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Clara Foster 
Susann Gipson 
Billie Louise Granger 
Barbara Lynn Grow 
Susan Irene Harling 
Judith Ann Harris 
Annette Helwig 
Virginia Ellen Hill 
Nora Jean Hite 
Virginia Holden 
Lea Marye Horstmann 
Alice Virginia HufTington 
Virginia Claire Jones 
Virginia Kay Jordan 
Bettye Jayne Kiecke 
Linda Carol Lackner 
Joy Anne Ligon 
Gerre Ann Lipoff 
Roberta Ann Love 
Virginia Scott Massey 
Martha Jane Mast 
Joyce Elaine McDonald 
Janis McFarland 
Joan Meyer 



Jo Ann Owens 
Leslie Jane Park 
Dixie Kay Pinckney 
Bette Ann Pringle 
Joan LaNelle Raab 
Barbara Gail Ricketson 
Clara Gertrude Shugart 
Judith Hope Slavin 
Suzanne Lee Stark 
Dorothy Ann Stroup 
Maxine Yvonne Thompson 
Myrna Tovrog 
Marcia Adele Wade 
Charlotte Ann Washington 
Helen Elizabeth Wear 
Margaret Ann White 
Tommie Jo Williamson 
Jean Elizabeth Wilson 
Linda Kay Yancey 



Katherine Janelle Moore 
Francis Morgan 
Judith Ann Phillips 
Linda Kay Pierce 
Peggy Lee Porsch 
Sarah Elizabeth Porter 
Roxana Proctor 
Thalia Karleen Roberts 
Linda Jane Robinson 
Doris Elaine Scott 
Carolyn Ann Seymour 
Jerry Lorene Shaver 
Janiece Belle Simmons 
Lenora Ophelia Slaughter 
Sara Evelyn Stinebaugh 
Rosann Thompson 
Minelma Effie Tyng 
Diana Vollintine 
Mary Gayle Walker 
Sara Ellen Walker 
Virginia Anne Walker 
Fleetwood Vinson Warner 
Carol Ann Weiner 
Sheila Gail Winship 



PACK 133 



BETA ALPHA PSI 




HONORARY ACCOUNTING FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Illinois, 1919 
Theta Chapter, 1924 



Fall 

DAVID O'NEIL BRASS . 
ROBERT EUGENE STEVENS . 
ROBERT E. SEILER . 
BISHOP LYLE BAILEY, JR. . 
CLIFTON EUGENE SIMMONS 
EUGENE KEITH FRIESEN 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Faculty V ice-President 
Recording Secretary . 
Corresponding Secretary- 
Publicity Chairman . 



Spring 

DAVID O'NEIL BRASS 
ROBERT EUGENE STEVENS 
ROBERT E. SEILER 
BISHOP LYLE BAILEY, JR. 
CLIFTON EUGENE SIMMONS 
EUGENE KEITH FRIESEN 



Jim G. Ashburne 
Leo Guy Blackstock 
James Adon Byrd 
Jack William Cashin 
William Baker Flowers 
Dennis B. Ford 
Frank D. Graydon 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Robert Lee Grinaker 
Dale S. Harwood 
William Henry Hoffman, Jr. 
Robert Earl Linde 
Francis Barnes May 
Kalo Edward Neidert 
George Hillis Newlove 
Charles Theodore Zlatkovich 



Robert E. Seiler 
C. Aubrey Smith 
Burnard H. Sord 
Robert Boyce Sweeney 
Cecilia Veronica Tiernej 
Glenn Albert Welsch 
John Arch White 



Harold Wesley Ashendorf 

Carroll Lee Baccus 

Bishop Lyle Bailey, Jr. 

Doyce Ransom Bailey 

Doyle James Bailey 

Samuel Earl Bass 

David O'Neil Brass 

Lorence Larry Bravenec 

Betty Ann Canfield 

Wayne Ralph Chapin 

James Stevenson Covington, Jr. 



MEMBERS 

Elmer Richard Criss, Jr. 
Don Theodore DeCoster 
Eugene Keith Friesen 
Layton Dean Hector 
Kenneth Albert Hill 
David Minet Hoffman 
Robert Dale Keeler 
Norbert Fred Ladd 
Arlen Lester Lewis 
Thomas Jesse May 
Kyle Lelan McBryde 

DeWayne Lee Young 



Robert Barton McBurney, Jr. 
David H. Meek 
Robert Comer Nelson 
Joseph Edward Nicholls 
Ray Howard Odom, Jr. 
Jack Allen Poage 
James Earl Redfield 
Keenan Lucian Reiney, Jr. 
Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
Clifton Eugene Simmons 
Robert Eugene Stevens 



Anton J. Alkek, Jr. 
William Garrett Beckham, Jr. 
J. B. Carter, Jr. 
Brady Marshall Cole 



FALL INITIATES 

Thomas Stanley Corbett 
Richard Leland Dietz 
Patsy Ann Engert 
Wendell Stuart Fullwood 
William David Walter 



Clifton Leroy Jackson 
Charles Goel McCoy 
Sheldon Irving Oster 
George Stroka 



Barbara Ellen Barnes 
James Morgan Barr 
Robert Eugene Buhrow 
Robert John DeVries 
Robert Campbell Hewell 



SPRING INITIATES 

Bonnie Lou Schaff Hoffman 
Elbert DeWitt Hunter 
Donald Mark Israel 
James Dale Mclnturff 



Jerry Wayne Neagle 
Gerald Earl Niemeyer 
Jack William Pollard 
Shirley C. Ward 
Joan L. B. Yarbrough 



PAOK 134 






BETA GAMMA SIGMA 




HONORARY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Wisconsin, 1907 

Texas Alpha Chapter, 1922 



Fall 

BURNARD H. SORD 
DOROTHY AYRES . 
ROBERT EARL LINDE . 



OFFICERS 

President . 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Spring 

BURNARD H. SORD 
DOROTHY AYRES 
ROBERT EARL LINDE 



Jim G. Ashburne 
Dorothy Ayres 
Joseph Kenneth Bailey 
William Hubert Baughn 
James Adon Byrd 
Jack William Cashin 
Aaron Hamilton Chute 
Franklin Lanier Cox 
Maurice C. Cross 
Lola B. Dawkins 
James Clay Dolley 
Lester Loyd Edmonds, Jr. 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

James E. Estes 
j. Anderson Fitzgerald 
Richard Charles Henshaw, Jr. 
Elizabeth Lanham 
Robert Earl Linde 
Edmund Clayton Lynch 
Francis Barns May 
E. Karl McGinnis 
Kalo Edward Neidert 
George Hillis Newlove 
Edwin Werner Olle 
Charles Lee Prather 

Charles Theodore Zlatkovich 



Robert E. Seiler 

C. Aubrey Smith 

Burnard H. Sord 

Charles Herman Sparenberg 

William Robert Spriegel 

John R. Stockton 

Florence M. Stullken 

Stella Traweek 

Ernest W. Walker 

Glenn Albert Welsch 

John Arch White 

Erich Walter Zimmerman 



John Joseph Allen 
Weldon Roy Aston 
Fortune Jean Barles, Jr. 
Ruth Ann Bradfield 
Cecil Orrin Brown 
Joe H. Chandler 
Edward Eugene Cole 
Walter Lee Colwell 
Jackie Richard Cooper 
William King Daugherty 
Sydney Ann Donaghey 
Gloria Evelyn Estes 



SPRING 1957 INITIATES 

David Rex Evans 
Charles Taylor Gandy 
John McLean Griffith, Jr. 
John A. Halter 
John Venne Harrop 
Jerry Bankston Harvey 
Donald Ardman Humberd 
Norbert Fred Ladd 
Jack Mose Levy 
Birdie Jean Matthews 
Warren William Meyer 
Charles David Miles 

William Ralph Wright 



Barbara Frances Moore 
Dan Kelton Morrison 
Herman Nesenholtz 
Robert Ensor Perman 
Mozelle Laverne Schmitt 
Herman Frederick Schoeneberg 
Walter Paul Schuetze 
Leslie Thomas Simon 
Webb McCann Sowden, Jr. 
Richard Paul Todar 
Jerry Mac Trim 
Robert T. Tussing 



Malcolm Hamilton Bender 
Elmer Richard Criss, Jr. 
John Wayne Croft 
John Charles Fremont 
Ralph Neal Gassman 



FALL 1957 INITIATES 

Lawrence Ellwood Hartle 
David Minet Hoffman 
Lester Eugene Hovey 
Buford Milton Humphries 
Shirley Ann King 



Shirley Beatrice Klein 
Jesse Earl Lloyd 
Bennie Jerrell McDonald 
Charles Grady McKnight 
James McNelly Todd ' 



PACE 135 



ETA KAPPA NU 




HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 

Founded: The University of Illinois, 1904 

Psi Chapter, 1928 



Fall 

ANDREW JACK CLEVELAND . 
CHARLES ELLIS McCuLLoucH . 
ARNOLD JOSEPH TUCKER 

LEWIE M. BARBER 

BYRON RAYMOND ADAMS 
JOHN FRANKLIN BERGLUND . 
HARRY VIKING FISHER, JR. . 
WILLIAM CHARLES DUESTERHOEFT, JR. 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Recording Secretary . 

Corresponding Secretary 

Treasurer 

Bridge Correspondent 

S.E.C. Representative 

Faculty Advisor . 



Spring 

CHARLES ELLIS McCuLLouGH 
ARNOLD JOSEPH TUCKER 
BRUCE ALLEN DOLAN 
GENE L. STAAS 
LEWIE M. BARBER 
SAMUEL ARTHUR BRUNSTEIN 
WILLIAM NEAL KOCUREK 
WILLIAM CHARLES DUESTERHOEFT, JR. 



Frederick Emerson Brooks, Jr. 

Kenneth Jackson Cox 

Cullen Malone Grain 

William Charles Duesterhoeft, Jr. 

Burns Newman Gafford 

William H. Hartwig 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Elmer L. Hixson 
George Hamilton Hopkins, Jr. 
Roy Rankin Krezdorn 
Alfred Hall LaGrone 
Russell Eddy Lueg 



Erwin Arthur Reinhard 
Harold Wood Smith 
Archie Waugh Straiten 
Donald Childress Thorn 
Robert W. Warner 
Willis Raymond Woolrich 



Byron Raymond Adams 
Leland Leroy Balsley 
Lewie M. Barber 
Robert Loyd Basford 
John Franklin Berglund 
Leo Anderson Chamberlin 
David Bartram Clark 



MEMBERS 

Andrew Jack Cleveland 
Norman Clifford Dickerson, Jr. 
Harry Viking Fisher, Jr. 
Charles Ellis McCullough 
Luther Berry Miller 
Robert Eugene Muhm 



Granville Emil Ott 
Bryant Pearce Seay, Jr. 
Gene L. Staas 
Arnold Joseph Tucker 
Richard F. Vanderpool 
Thomas Elmer Wiley, Jr. 
Joseph Frank Willman 



Michael Evan Austin 
Robert Marion Barksdale 
Robert R. Boothe, Jr. 
Samuel Arthur Brunstein 
John Richard Cogdell 



FALL PLEDGES 

Bruce Allen Dolan 
Edwin Carol Kimbell 
Fredrick James Kirkpatrick 
William Neal Kocurek 



Hobart Francis McWilliams 
Lee Roy Murchison 
William Franklin Russell 
Donald Fredrick Vehrs 
Hugh Darrell Wade 



John H. Amen 
Carroll Winston Chapman 
George Addran Clary 
Bobby Will Dunn 
Samuel J. Dwyer, III 
John Herman Enlerlinc 
Charles Lee Farell 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Sam Michael Korzekwa 
Edward Dale Lamb 
George Patrick Mann 
Larry Keith McPhail 
William Smith Mitcham 
Charles Douglas Moore 
Lionel Daniel Provozek 



Charles Nolan Raney 
Richard Shelby Robinson 
David Saadeh 
Paul Jones Smith 
James Winfrey Teague 
Charles Richard Thorpe 
Everett James Turvey 



PAOK 136 



FRIARS 



TO CONFER THE HONOR OF MEMBERSHIP UPON THE TWELVE OR LESS 
MOST ELIGIBLE MEN CHOSEN FROM EACH SENIOR CLASS OR HIGHER 

Founded: The University of Texas, 1911 



Fall 

ROBERT LANDIS ARMSTRONG . 
CLOVIS CLYDE MORRISSON, JR. 
WILLIAM HOWARD WOLF . 



OFFICERS 

Abbot . 
Scrivener 
Almoner 



Spring 

HARRY LEE HUDSPETH 
WILLIAM ARCH HARRISON, JR. 
WALTER ASA SAUNDERS, JR. 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Charles T. Clark Calvin Cleave Nolen 

William A. Cunningham Arno Nowotny 

Gus M. Hodges Edwin Werner Olle 

Leroy Jeffers John G. Steele 

Joe Malik, Jr. A. M. G. Swenson 



Robert Landis Armstrong 
Lawrence Lindell Beason 
Harley R. Clark 
Wilson Foreman 
William Arch Harrison, Jr. 
Harry Lee Hudspeth 



MEMBERS 

Robert Elton Mims 
Clovis Clyde Morrisson, Jr. 
Phillip Sherwood Paul, Jr. 
Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
Neal Leslie Spelce, Jr. 



Jerry James Wilson 



William Howard Wolf 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Fred Graydon Anderson Robb Kendrick Burlage 

Thurston Barnett Charles R. Gregg 

Joseph Gregory Guerrero, Jr. 



PACK 137 



OMICRON NU 







NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIETY FOR HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS 

Founded: Michigan State College, 1912 
Upsilon Chapter, 1925 



Fall 

KATHERINE ANNA SCHMIDT HUNTER 
PAULINE ANN KUBALA 
DORIS MARIE BEARD .... 
MARY DELAINE HAYS .... 
CAROL CORLEY 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Editor . 



Spring 

KATHERINE ANNA SCHMIDT HUNTER 
JANET NEWTON 
VIRGINIA ORENE NEWMAN 
MARY DELAINE HAYS 
CAROL CORLEY 



HONORARY MEMBER 
Sister Joachim Manuel 



Margaret Ann Adams 
Mary Rose Brady 
Paula Janet Connor 
Jacqueline T. Courtney 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Billie Davenport 
Janice Carolyn Craning 
Dorothy Fehlis Greenwood 
Francille Maloch 



Lucy Rathbone 
Elizabeth Lacey Speer 
Elizabeth Tarpley 
Jennie S. Wilmot 



Bonita June Amos 

Sarah Jane Huddleston Ayres 

Doris Marie Beard 

Carol Corley 

Etta Mae Courtney 



MEMBERS 

Joan Marie Franklin Mary Maxine McMillan 

Mary Delaine Hays Virginia Orene Newman 

Katherine Anna Schmidt Hunter Janet Newton 

Pauline Ann Kubala Scotty Owen 

Nettie Jane McCasland Taylor Virginia Louise Pearson 
Mary Ann Waters 



Mary Lee Allen 
Mary Alice Chambless 
Joan Carolyn Farquhar 
Carolyn Janet Haley 
Sharon Louise Henson 
Gail Hudson 



SPRING INITIATES 

Jennalie F. Kleypas 
Patsy Sue McKinnon 
Mary Ann Moroney 
Ellen Kirksey Parker 
Sarah Jean Penberthy 



Sharon Ann Prentice 
Bette Ann Pringle 
Marcia Anne Reynolds 
Barbara Edythe Ryall 
Sherron Lynnette Smith 
Margie Ruth Williams 



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PERSHING RIFLES 



NATIONAL MILITARY HONORARY FRATERNITY 

Founded: Nebraska University, 1894 

The University of Texas, 1956 

Company P 7th Regiment 



Fall 

HUGH ROTH LEE McGAw . 
ROBERT B. AKIN . 
KYLE WINSTON SHERRILL . 
JAMES WILLIAM O'DowD . 
TERRENCE GAYNOR KENDALL 
GEORGE EDMUND BATCHELER 
JAMES DON JOHNSTON 



OFFICERS 

Commanding Officer 

Executive Officer . 

Adjutant 

S-l .... 

S-2 .... 

S-3 .... 

S-4 



Spring 

JERGEN EDWARD OLSON 
GEORGE EDMUND BATCHELER 
KYLE WINSTON SHERRILL 
JAMES WILLIAM O'Dowo 
KYLE WINSTON SHERRILL 
DERALD WAYNE TURNER 
JAMES DON JOHNSTON 



Major William R. Dustin 
Captain Donald Greer Irvine 
Major Charles F. Langley 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Colonel Hugh D. McGaw Captain Norman Grant Tempio 

Captain Charles Gunter Olentine Colonel David H. Thomas 

Colonel Curtis Theodore Ricketts Captain Charles E. Welch 



Robert B. Akin 
George Edmund Batcheler 
Hector Homero Cardenas 
Claude Dozier Cox 
E. William Demaree 
Ettore H. F. Infante 
James Don Johnston 
Humberto Luis Juarez 



MEMBERS 

James Douglas Kazen 
Frank Roderick Keith 
George Charles Kendall 
Terrance Gaynor Kendall 
Donald Allan Maxwell 
Hugh Roth Lee McGaw 
John C. Melby 



Carroll Wayne Merlick 
James William O'Dowd 
Jergen Edward Olson 
Kyle Winston Sherrill 
Robert W. Spencer 
James Andrew Stevens 
Everett Lanier Tucker, Jr. 
Derald Wayne Turner 



John Robert Carter 
David Benton Dibrell 



SPRING MEMBERS 

Nelson Henry Maier 
Albert Lee Scott 



John Mack Spears 
Roy Brien Varnado 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 




HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Founded: William and Mary College, 1776 

Alpha Chapter of Texas, 1905 



Fall 

MARIE BETZNER MORROW 
ROBERT LEE SUTHERLAND 
Lois BAIRD TRICE 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 



Spring 

CARL CLARENCE ALBERS 
CORAL HORTON TULLIS 
LLERENA BEAUFORT FRIEND 



Jack Delano Bargainer 
Catherine Ann Campbell 



James Donnell Buckholtz 
Marilyn Blanche Davidson 

Butcher 

Betty Lu Fletcher Chupik 
James Russell Claybrook 
Kay Jerome Diercks 



MEMBERS 
CLASS OF JUNE, 1957 
Martha Joe Ferguson 
Matilde Luisa Hernandez 
Elmer Wayne Herron 

CLASS OF AUGUST, 1957 
Mary Lou Francis 
Wilhelmine Johanna Hicks 
Marcia Jean Hoevet 
William Howard Long 
Mary Jane McHaney 

CLASS OF JANUARY, 1958 



Candidates 
Alfred Ervin Borm 
Wendell Mayo 
Julia Myrle Penn 
George LeRoy Safranek 
Larry Coleman Wadle 



Genevieve Stivner Hoerster 
Harvey Clements Tippit 



Terrell Charlene Keller Marshall 

Joe Don Stuart 

Samuel Early Wilcox 

Meyer Willis Witt 

Clark Wright, Jr. 

Dorothy Juanice Peyton Yows 



Graduates 

Kenneth Hayden Ashworth 
William Lowell Brawley, Jr. 
Howard Bodley Haine 
Ann Burr Patterson 
Huguette Madeleine Yockey 



John Alton Burdine, Jr. 
Jane Elizabeth Callaway 
Kerstin Hildegarde Ekfelt 



JUNIOR MEMBERS IN COURSE 
Robert Foster Loughridge 
Robert Elton Minis 
Cyrena Jo Norman 
Dolores Silva 



Don Stanton Smith 

Jeanette Marcelle Dobie Smith 

Mitchell Evetts Smith 



William Reed Cozart 
Mary Ellen Embree 
Joan Maurice Fitzgerald 
William Robert Gaston 
William Arch Harrison, Jr. 
Katharine Harwell 
Jean Vincent Herold 
Carroll Ann Hodges 
Paxton Hope Howard, Jr. 



CLASS OF MAY, 1958 
Shannon Howard 
Ettore Hector Ferrari Infante 
Claudette Isbell 
Henry Woodrow Jackson 
Mary Carolyn Johnson 
Alfred Allen Kopecky 
Nancy Lambert 
James Robert Millar 
Peter Lee Oliver 
Earl Goodwin Peck 



Robert Savell Putnam 
E. Ingrid Radkey 
Raymond Charles Robak 
Stephen French Robertson 
David Ely Smith 
Eugenia Ann Stalmach 
Deborah Joan Ware 
Dennis Evan Welch 
Norvell Edwin Wisdom, Jr. 



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PHI ETA SIGMA 




HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY FOR MEN 

Founded: The University of Illinois, 1923 

Texas Chapter, 1931 



Fall 

ROY E. Box, JR. . 
MARION E. MCDANIEL, JR. 
ROBERT N. ABERCROMBIE . 
WILLIAM C. FIELDER . 
CLIFTON HATCHER McCALL 
JOHN E. TEED 
ARNO NOWOTNY . 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Historian 
Junior Advisor 
Senior Advisor 
Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

ROY E. Box, JR. 
MARION E. MCDANIEL, JR. 
ROBERT N. ABERCROMBIE 
WILLIAM C. FIELDER 
CLIFTON HATCHER McCALL 
JOHN E. TEED 
ARNO NOWOTNY 



Frank H. Stack 



MEMBERS-AT-LARGE 

John Laurence Bell 

Don Shane Robinson 



Grady Dyson Bruce 



James Pinkney Hart 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Arno Nowotny 

Robert Lee Sutherland 



Theophilus Shickcl Painter 



Roosevelt Cecil Awong 
James Lipscomb Ballard, III 
Bailey Arnold Birdsong 
Homer Maurice Doke 
Carey Wayne Golaz 
Harry Gordan Harris, Jr. 
Samir A. Hassan 
J. D. Helm 

Robert Neal Hudspeth 
Larry Neal Hurwitz 
Alexander Benjamin Klein, Jr. 



FALL 1957 INITIATES 

James Marion Lowther 
Wilbourn Baker McAdams 
James Dan Macry, Jr. 
Sami Faiz Masri 
Victor Cuthrell Meitzen 
Les Mendelsohn 
Jerald Louis Merritt, Jr. 
Raleign Warren Moses 
Larry Harkness Niemann 
Robert Seeling Poston 



Stuart Neal Pullen 
Stevens David Ramsey 
Ervin Yechiel Rodin 
John Eugene Senterfitt 
Lee Earl Strickland 
Raden Sudhijarto 
Allan John Swanson 
David Oakes Turner 
Jimmie Lee Walkup 
Ralph Wayne West 
John Edmund Woods 



Lawrence Norborn Alexander 
Raymond Best Allen 
Howard Michael Arno 
Chester Horace Barker, Jr. 
James Key Beard 
John Robert Beauchamp 
Donald Wayne Bell 
James Robert Benbrook 
Clifford Dennis Bennett 
Gerald Wayne Benson 
Charles Lee Bowden 
James La Voy Branton 
Finis Ewing Carleton, III 
Lucian Carlton Carter, III 
Paul Bauchman Clayton 
Carl Baxter Collins, Jr. 
Richard Clifton Craig 
William Lionel Graver, Jr. 
Bertrand Monroe Cromack, III 
James Denny Dannenbaum 
Jonathan Frank Decherd 
George Arthur Emmons 
John Logan Engyall 
Edward Kalb Fein 
Yale Hicks Ferguson 
Robert Vernon Frampton 
William Oscar Freithaler 



SPRING 1958 INITIATES 

Humberto Garcia 
James Vernon Grevelle 
Joel Hugh Hamlett 
Charles Edward Hasty 
Milton Bryan Healer, II 
Carleton William Heller 
Robert Anthony Hermes 
Frank Woodruff Hoff 
James Robert Holmes, Jr. 
Richard William Holmes 
William Henry Hooper 
Laurence Samuel Johnson, Jr. 
Richard Stanley Johnson 
Willard Edward Johnson 
John Raymond Jordan, Jr. 
Hossein Kazemi 
William Robert Klingman 
Carroll Wendell Lanier 
Roscoe Lee 
Charles Emil Loeffler 
William Thompson McKissock, Jr. 
Gayle Patrick Martin 
George Scott Mills 
Robert Lee Moffett, Jr. 
Sterling Samuel Neuman 
Monroe Ben Nowotny 
Leaton Thomas Oliver 
Ahmad Abdullah Zamel 



Laverne Ernst Pedersen 
Albert Monroe Perdue, Jr. 
Carl Dale Pfaffenberger 
Otho Raymond Plummer, Jr. 
John Douglas Reichert 
John Clyde Robinson, Jr. 
Warren Paul Roosth 
Donald Fred Saltier 
Ernst Ignatz Schurer 
Donald Richard Smith 
Lawrence Dean Spencer 
Charles Eldred Stapp 
Philip Lawrence Sterzing 
Lewis Hardeman Steves 
Dunklin Augustus Sullivan 
James Albert Trotter, III 
Anthony Marie Truchard 
Kenneth Allen Truitt 
Robert Hendrick Turner 
Barry Wayne Uhr 
James Robert Wells 
Stewart Earle Wiegand 
Freddie Ernest Wilson 
Stephen Metcalfe Winsett 
Joseph Hardy Wofford, Jr. 
Thomas Foils Womack 
Kenneth Alden Young 



Only Fall 1957 and Spring 1958 initiates are listed. Officers are elected from the 1956 and 1957 initiates. 



PAGE 141 






PHI MU ALPHA 




HONORARY MUSIC FRATERNITY 

Founded: New England Conservatory of Music, 1898 
Alpha Iota Chapter, 1942 



Fall 

DAVID WALTER SLOAN . 
MORRIS L. GOOLSBY . 
ROY JAMES IRVINE 
THOMAS ALLEN NEYLAND 
LARRY BERNARD MENDEKE 
GARY ALFRED SIPES 
JACK ERNEST LE CROY 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Warden . 

Alumni Secretary 



Spring 

DAVID WALTER SLOAN 
DONALD Louis MICHEL, JR. 
DANIEL BRUCE CORBIN 
JAMES FRANCIS MABRY 
ROY JAMES IRVINE 
GARY ALFRED SIPES 
JACK ERNEST LE CROY 



Harvey M. Biskin 
Joseph Blankenship 
John Merle Boe 
E. William Doty 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

J. Frank Elsass 

Dalies Ehrhardt Frantz 

Albert M. Gilles 



Archie N. Jones 
Kent Wheeler Kennan 
John J. McGrosso 
James Clifton Williams 



Ray Fulton Atkins 
Jared Duane Bowen 
Robert Alvin Campbell 
Daniel Bruce Corbin 
Henry Proctor Crow, Jr. 
Morris L. Goolsby, Jr. 
Roy James Irvine 
Roland Carroll Jordan 



MEMBERS 

Jack Ernest Le Croy 
James Francis Mabry 
Larry Bernard Mendeke 
Donald Louis Michel, Jr. 
David Otis Mills 
Arthur Orin Newman, Jr. 
Thomas Allen Neyland 
Eddie Wayne Pace 



David Lee Pennington 
Leonard Brodnax Plummer, Jr. 
Clyde Washington Reynolds, Jr. 
Gary Alfred Sipes 
David Walter Sloan 
Don Davis Smith 
David Erland Vassburg 
Bobby Benjamin Wade 



Edward Ridley Birdwell 
Robert Estill Foster 
John Edward Fraser 



SPRING INITIATES 

Tony Hernandez 
James Charles Moeser 
Charles William Nix 



David Benedict Reck 

Morton M. Stine 

Stanley Dennison Woodmansee 



PAOE 142 



PI LAMBDA THETA 




NATIONAL HONORARY ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN EDUCATION 

Founded: University of Missouri, 1910 
Psi Chapter, 1927 



Fall 

JANE ELIZABETH CALLAWAY 
KAREN MARY JOHNSON 
NANCY CAROLYN HEATH . 
CHERRY FRANCINE McGiNNis 
DOROTHY HARRIS JOHNSON 
MARY FRANCES FLOURNOY 



OFFICERS 

President . . . . 

Vice-President 

Secretary .... 

Treasurer 

Keeper of the Records 

Sponsor .... 



Spring 

JANE ELIZABETH CALLAWAY 
KAREN MARY JOHNSON 
LEONORA ANDERSON 
CHERRY FRANCINE McGiNNis 
DOROTHY HARRIS JOHNSON 
MARY FRANCES FLOURNOY 



Betty Jane Alexander 
Mary Evelynn Buice 
Mary Frances Flournoy 



Betty Lou Atkins 

Betty E. W. Blanton 

Helen Boysen 

Jane Elizabeth Callaway 

Bertha Casey 

Josephine Casey 

Margaret Chapman 

Katherine A. Cook 

Thelma Ann Dochen 

Ruth Dunn 

Mary Ellen Embree 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Alma M. Freeland 
Jessie Helen Haag 



MEMBERS 

Bernice Dell Felder 
Janice Raye Freeman 
Ruth La Verne Gallman 
Maggie W. Gardiner 
Isabel Edith Gibson 
Alyce Hall Goff 
Mrs. Malcolm R. Gregory 
Helen Hammond 
Nancy Carolyn Heath 
Dorothy Harris Johnson 
Karen Mary Johnson 



Mary Bell Granger James 
Sallie Beth Moore 
Virginia C. Patterson 



Ruth McAlister 

Cherry Francine McGinnis 

Cora Merriman Martin 

Mildred Mayhall 

Marie Betyner Morrow 

Clara May Parker 

lone Pettey Spears 

Florence Spencer 

Ethel Umstattd 

C. Ruth Upshaw 

Clotilda Clarice Winter 



Leonora Anderson 
Lura Campbell Bentz 
Nancy Bitter 
Nancy Bivins 
Sarah Stone Brooks 
Wana Lee Broughton 



FALL INITIATES 

Cornelia Fay Brown 
Marilynn Crawford 
Joan Franklin 
Billye Rae Funk 
Dorothy Ann Herrera 



Nancy Harwell Owen 
Gallic Frances Schaefer 
Mary Margaret Stallings 
Mary Ann Waters 
Mary Jo Wehe 
Jean Bryant Wells 



Carolyn Jane Campbell 
Jane Clarice Graver 
Marjorie Ann Creswell 
Peggy Ann Ettredge 



SPRING INITIATES 

Jane Birdwell Henderson 
Beverly Ann Hicks 
Kathryn Schmidt Hunter 



Sandra Lee Moore 
Dorothy June Peckham 
Barbara Louise Stephen 
Sue Williams Waide 



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PI OMEGA PI 







NATIONAL HONORARY BUSINESS EDUCATION FRATERNITY 

Founded: Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1923 
Gamma Omega, 1955 



Jo ANN TURNBOUGH . 
PATRICIA ANN TRIMBLE . 
WANDA JOYCE CROFFORD 
ROBERT SUTTON DRISKA 
VELMA JEAN MCCARTY . 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Historian . 



BARBARA NAN WILKINSON 
ELIZABETH ANN JORDAN 
GAE MARIE ARMSTRONG 
MARY ELIZABETH BAREFIELD 
LINDA GAIL GILMORE 



Lola B. Dawkins 
A. Faborn Etier 
Robert Gryder 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Marie M. Whittle 



Juanita Allene W. O'Brien 
Loy Elvin Prickett 
Dorothy Ann Seggern 



MEMBERS 



Gae Marie Armstrong 
Mary Elizabeth Barefield 
Lelia Claire Bonham 
Mary Nan Carter 
Wanda Joyce Crofford 
LaNell Cure 
Elinor Clyde Drake 
Robert Sutton Driska 
Mary Patricia Edgar 
Laura Elizabeth Faulk 
Janis Janeil Hooten 
Linda Gail Gilmore 



Lila Mae Johnson 
Elizabeth Ann Jordan 
Minna Fay Lawrence 
Billie Little 
Velma Jean McCarty 
Neva Jean Rehm 
Gayle Gorden Rhea 
Marvel Ann Skaggs 
Marjorie Stallings Teague 
Patricia Ann Trimble 
Jo Ann Turnbough 
Barbara Nan Wilkinson 



SPRING INITIATES 



Barbara Broadway 
Virginia Carroll 
Barbara Kay Cline 
Margaret M. Gage 
Ethel A. Hale 



Carolyn Warden 



Vernell C. F. Kastner 
Patricia A. Kelly 
Rosemary McAdams 
Johnanna McFarland 
Mona Marie Struve 



PACE 144 



PI SIGMA ALPHA 




NATIONAL HONORARY POLITICAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY 

Founded: The University of Texas, 1920 

Alpha Chapter, 1920 



Fall 

JOHN THOMAS THOMPSON 
DAVID MORRIS WELBORN 
CLAUDE D. DAVIS 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President . . 
Secretary-Treasurer . 



Spring 

JOHN THOMAS THOMPSON 
DAVID MORRIS WELBORN 
CLAUDE D. DAVIS 



Lynn Foster Anderson 
John Alton Burdine 
Howard Andrew Calkins 
Edward Everett Hale 
W. Page Keeton 
William S. Livingston 
Stuart A. MacCorkle 
H. Malcolm Macdonald 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

John Lloyd Mecham 
Robert Hargrove Montgomery 
Joe West Neal 
Arno Nowotny 
Caleb Perry Patterson 
Oliver H. Radkey 
DeWitt Carter Reddick 
Emmette S. Redford 



James R. Roach 
Thomas Andrew Rousse 
Robert Weldon Stayton 
Edward Taborsky 
Wilfred Dunbar Webb 
Oliver Douglas Weeks 
Pablo Max Ynsfran 



Abdel F. Albakry 
James Elliott Anderson 
Paul T. Armistead 
Richard Frank Bergner 
Robert L. Blevins 
Joe Speed Carroll 
Harley R. Clark 
John Alfred Clary 
Anna Belle Clements 
Thomas William Crouch 
Claude D. Davis 
Don Debenport 
Edgar Shlomo Efrat 
Daniel Edward Farlow 
Bernice Dell Felder 
Milford Lee Hall 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Louise Holman Hancock 
James A. Hankerson 
Casper Jul Hexberg 
John Anthony Hovel 
Shannon Howard 
Harry Lee Hudspeth 
Robert Earl Jamison 
Nicholas Johnson 
Joe G. Joseph 
W. Astor Kirk 
Malcolm Hugh Liggett 
Loretta Louise Lowry 
Hewell Clifton McClesky 
Leonard Masters 
Mary Jean Merrill 
Mary M. Miller 



Meda Margaret Miller 

Nancy Paxton Moody 

Weldon C. Neill 

Fred Robert Pepper 

Athena B. Piedrahita 

Barbara Rose Ray 

Charles Lawrence Scarborough 

Kenneth Willow Street 

Leroy James Taylor 

John Thomas Thompson 

Yadollah Toosi 

Walter William Toxey, Jr. 

David Morris Welborn 

Betty Joe Wiest 

Jerry James Wilson 

Kay Ball Withers 

William Howard Wolf 



James Howard Doores 
William Joseph Gibbons 
Thomas Richard Graham 
John Lynch Lancaster, III 



FALL INITIATES 

James Robert Millar 
Garry Lynn Nail 
Earl Goodwin Peck 



Stephen French Robertson 
Sidney M. Willhelm 
Roger Robinson Wright 



Bert Bently Adkins, Jr. 
Kenneth Hayden Ashworth 
Clarence W. Chandler, Jr. 
Paul McCaughey Hagans 



SPRING INITIATES 

Roger N. Havekost 
Robert Cameron Hightower 
Norma Matlock 
Allen Carl Neimeyer 



Leslie Adrian Roberts 
Dolores Silva 
G. W. Suggs 
Johnny Lee Waller 



PACE 145 



PI TAU SIGMA 




HONORARY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Illinois, 1915 
Texas Kappa, 1931 



Fall 

NORMAN CLIFFORD DICKERSON, JR. 
KEYS ALEXANDER CURRY, JR. . 
GERALD PATRICK PARKER . 
DANIEL DAVID KANA .... 
WILBUR HORACE GREENSTREET, JR. 
LEONARD R. BENSON . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President . 
Treasurer .... 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Faculty Advisor 



Spring 

WILBUR HORACE GREENSTREET, JR. 
CHARLES HENRY KARNES 
GERALD PATRICK PARKER 
GEORGE ARCHIE HELLAND 
JERRY CHESTER WORDEN 
LEONARD R. BENSON 



Billy Howard Amstcad 
Rinaldo A. Bacon 
Myron Louis Begeman 
Leonard R. Benson 
Howard Earl Brown 
Otto George Brown 
Joe L. Bruns 
William Junius Carter 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

George Robert Creedle 
Joseph Winthrop Dalley 
Venton Levy Doughtie 
Carl John Eckhardt 
Harry Llewellyn Kent 
Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle 
Herbert Alton Rundell 
Henry Grady Rylander 



Jack A. Scanlan 
Byron Elliott Short 
Haskel L. Simon 
Horace Eugene Staph 
Milton John Thompson 
Burnett Forrest Treat 
John Reid Watt 
Willis Raymond Woolrich 



George Green Anderson 
Keys Alexander Curry, Jr. 
Norman Clifford Dickerson, Jr. 
Joseph C. Fontana 
Wilbur Horace Greenstreet, Jr. 



MEMBERS 

Pat Garner Hcdgcoxe 
John Edwin Hicks 
John T. I rick 
Eric Lynn Jones 
Daniel David Kana 



Jack Ray Lacy 
Carey E. Murphey, Jr. 
Gerald Patrick Parker 
Charles W. Volek 
Johnny Charles Wachel 



Philip Keith Davis 
David Grissom 
David Lyle Grossman 
George Archie Helland 
A. Jackson Hill 



FALL INITIATES 

Charles Henry Karnes 
Werner O. Koch 
Larry Lee Loyd 
Charles William Me Hugh 
Kenneth Earl McNeill 

Herbert Gerald Zinsmeyer 



Charles Travis Moorman 
Gordon Henry Otto 
J. Dwight Pugh 
Charles Herbert Weinert 
Jerry Chester Worden 



Kmmrtt Roosevelt Albrecht 
Don Wilson Barry 
Clu-ng-Hsien Chaing 
James McKinley Eckhart 
Charles Edward Gallishaw 



SPRING INITIATES 

Harry C. Hardee, Jr. 
Charles Vincent Harvey 
David Andrew Kendrick 
Wesley Ben Kuenernann 



Harry Thomas Mei 
Cecil Ray Shearer 
Byron Dean Tapley 
Ralph Foreman Walker, Jr. 
John Brock Westover 



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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 




HONORARY PROFESSIONAL MUSIC ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 

Founded: University of Michigan School of Music, 1903 
Beta Xi Chapter, 1951 



Fall 

MARY HENNINGS HERBST 
MARGARET HELEN TURPIN 
CAROLYN LENORE SCOTT . 
BILLIE KOENIG SOUTHERN 
N. ELIZABETH SILVERTHORN 
NOEL VIRGINIA GREGG 
SALLY ANN HINDMAN 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer .... 
Chaplain .... 
Editor 



Spring 

N. ELIZABETH SILVERTHORN 
MARTHA CAROLYN GRAVES 
DELIA DUSON 
JANINE CHAPMAN 
SALLY ANN HINDMAN 
LAVONA Jo LOE 
MARGARET MARY KOSH 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Charlotte Estelle DuBois 
Verna M. Harder 
Anna Margaret Jackson 
Janet Mary McGaughey 



Frances Eleanor Page 
Mary G. Spaulding 
Marian Ruth Yeager 
Phyllis Casselman Young 



Virginia Decherd 
Dorothy Gebauer 



PATRONESSES 

Mary Betty Lathrop 
Leah Moncure 
Lois Trice 



MEMBERS 



Margaret Virginia Alkek 
Elizabeth Carolyn Bailey- 
Mary Clyde Capps 
Janine Chapman 
Elizabeth Snyder Clark 
Jo Ann Crider 
Kay Dyche 
Barbara Hisa Firestone 

Anita Lynn Weisinger 



Blanche Fraser 
Amy Jean Glenney 
Martha Carolyn Graves 
Noel Virginia Gregg 
Mary Hennings Herbst 
Sally Ann Hindman 
Martha Leah Kunkle 
Lavona Jo Loe 



Lynn Jones Murphy- 
Carolyn Lenore Scott 
N. Elizabeth Silverthorn 
Billie Koenig Southern 
Betty Frances Steele 
Margaret Helen Turpin 
Margie Ann Vaden 
Carol Beth Villarreal 



Alta Jean Zeidler 



Suzanne Brannan 
Delia Duson 



FALL PLEDGES 

Margaret Mary Kosh 
Constance Alexis Moffit 
Barbara Dolores Smith 



Elizabeth Hope Boyce 
Wanda Janiece Christal 
Nancy Carolyn Foy 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Nancy Carolyn Franks 
Janice Kay Harkins 
Karen Elizabeth Johnston 
Cynthia Ann Tlucek 



Martha Ann Key 
Lou Graham Leonard 
Patricia Lucille Meyer 



PAGE 147 






SIGMA DELTA CHI 




NATIONAL MEN'S HONORARY JOURNALISM FRATERNITY 

Founded: Depaw University, 1909 

Texas Chapter, 1913 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

EDDIE STRODE HUGHES 
JOHN PATRICK TRULY . 
GREGORY LEE OLDS 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

OSCAR O'NEAL GRIFFIN, JR. 
ROYCE ELDON DFXON 
CARL DEAN HOWARD 



Hulon Witherspoon Black 
Norris Garland Davis 
James Leslie Eager 
George Wilbur Evans 
Joe B. Frantz 
Laurence Defee Haskew 
Olin Ethmer Hinkle 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

William Edward Keys 
Clyde Richard King 
Harrell Estes Lee 
Jack Russell Maguire 
J. Roy Moses, Jr. 
Frank Morris Midkiff 
Harry Estill Moore 
John Edward Weems 



Mac Roy Raser 
DeWitt Carter Reddick 
Alan Scott 
Ernest Alonzo Sharpe 
James Traxel Stevens 
Paul Jennings Thompson 
Frank Harper Wardlaw 



James Clark Carpenter 
Nathaniel Bunch Eads 
Benny A. Goodwin 
Robert Martin Greenberg 
Oscar O'Neal Griffin, Jr. 



MEMBERS 

Paul Duaine Hope 
Carl Dean Howard 
Eddie Strode Hughes 
Frederick Bernard Kassell 
Robert Elton Mims 
John Patrick Truly 



Gregory Lee Olds 
Noe Perez 

Rudolph Cedric Rochelle 
Mark S. Smith 
Jimmy D. Thornton 



Robb Kendrick Burlage 
Royce Eldon Dixon 



FALL PLEDGES 

Larry Jay Gage 
William Dayton Kelley 



Donald Paul Knoles 
B. Darwin Payne 



Odilon Arambula 

Ramon Thomas Autrey, Jr. 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Jack Edwin Moseley 
George Thomas Pharr 
Patrick Claude Terry 



George Edward Runge 
Ben Nathan Siegal 



PAGE 148 



SIGMA IOTA EPSILON 




NATIONAL HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Illinois, 1927 
Gamma Chapter, 1945 



Fall 

DENNIS GORDON PACE 
JOSEPH HOWARD CULVER 
EDWARD EUGENE COLE . 
MONTE EDWARD NOTTON 
WADE ROBERT KILBRIDE . 
DENNIS JOSEPH O'BRIEN 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Personnel Manager . 
Public Relations Manager 



Spring 

STEPHEN THOMAS KEAN 
ALBERT B. McRAE 
DONALD ALLEN PAYNE 
HAROLD A. BRUFFEY 
ROBERT LLOYD JONES 
NATHAN GREENE 



Joseph Kenneth Bailey 
Charles Eugene Chick 
Maurice C. Cross 
James E. Estes 
Dennis B. Ford, Jr. 
Emery Jean Hebert 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Virgil Albert James 
Elizabeth Lanham 
Edmund Clayton Lynch 
Melvin Eugene McMichael 
George Guy Miller 
Edwin Wilson Mumma 



William Thrift Newell, Jr. 
Kenneth William Olm 
Burnard H. Sord 
William Robert Spriegel 
Wilfred Wason Watson 
Ernest W. Walker 



H. E. Chiles, Jr. 
Morgan P. Davis 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
J. Anderson Fitzgerald 
Lillian M. Gilbreath 
William Robert Spriegel 



Ernest L. Kurth 

Major Gen. Clements McMullen 



Lillian Loyce Adams 
Robert Lewis Bates 
Karl Henry Brauer 
John Arthur Broshek 
Harold A. Bruffey 
Harry R. Cattrell 
Edward Eugene Cole 
Joseph Howard Culver 
Lola B. Dawkins 
Jerrold Ketcham Davidson 
Richard Francis Dennison 
Joseph Edward Dodson 



MEMBERS 

William Albert Eveland 
Thomas J. Flake 
Fred Gluck 
Nathan Greene 
David Hustace 
Robert Lloyd Jones 
Stephen Thomas Kean 
Paul Carter Kendall 
Wade Robert Kilbride 
Larry U. Lindley 
Joseph Matthew Madden 
Albert B. McRae 



Norman Wesley Minter 
Bill R. Norman 
Monte Edward Notton 
Dennis Joseph O'Brien 
Dennis Gordon Pace 
Donald Allen Payne 
John Donald Russell 
Stanley Bennett Sayles 
B. J. Smith 

Cecilia Veronica Tierney 
Leslie Griffith Tingle 
Robert Edward Winkler 



Carolyn Elizabeth Bain 
Joseph Paul Beaulieu, Jr. 
Alfred Edmund Flocke 
Orville H. Gibson, Jr. 
Emmett Nelson Hagedorn 
William Clyde House 



SPRING INITIATES 
Paul Mentor Jenks, Jr. 
Avis E. Johnson, Jr. 
Arthur Dewey LaRue 
Horace Cooper McSwain 
Robert Neale Roberts 
Jack Robinson 



George King Sandman 
Winston Samford Smith 
Norman Pierre Stoker 
Joseph James Vanya 
Tom John Weigel, Jr. 
Frank Anoncia Zamboni 



PAOE 149 



TAU BETA PI 




NATIONAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY 

Founded: Lehigh University, 1885 
Texas Alpha Chapter, 1916 



Fall 

ERIC LYNN JONES .... 
BILLY CAROL ELLIS 
CHARLES WOODY VOLEK 
JOHNNY CHARLES WACHEL 

JOSEPH FRANKLIN MATHEWS, JR. 
WILBUR HORACE GREENSTREET, JR. 



OFFICERS 

President 
V ice-President 
Recording Secretary- 
Corresponding 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Cataloger 



Spring 

ERIC LYNN JONES 
BILLY CAROL ELLIS 
CHARLES WOODY VOLEK 

JOHNNY CHARLES WACHEL 
JOSEPH FRANKLIN MATHEWS, JR. 
WILBUR HORACE GREENSTREET, JR. 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Charlie Dale Anderson 
Leland Barclay 
William Earl Barker 
Myron Louis Bcgeman 
Leonard R. Benson 
Louis Brown 
Ned Hamilton Burns 
Frank Grant Bryant 
William Junius Carter 
Clark Milton Cleveland 
Albert Everett Cooper 
Kenneth Jackson Cox 
William A. Cunningham 
Ronald Kinnison DeFord 
Venton Levy Doughtie 
William Charles Duesterhoeft, 

Jr. 

Carl John Eckhardt 
Bill Gorton Eppes 



George Homer Fancher 
Phil Moss Ferguson 
Donald Paul Fitzgibbon 
John Arnold Focht 
Burns Newman GafTord 
Earnest Frederick Gloyna 
Marcel Emile Clovis Gres 
William T. Guy, Jr. 
Richard George Ham 
William H. Hartwig 
George Hamilton Hopkins, Jr. 
Eldred Wilson Hough 
Kenneth A. Kobe 
Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle 
Alfred Hall LaGrone 
Joe Overton Ledbetter 
Jack Lenhart 
Russell Eddy Lueg 
Frank Dewey Masch, Jr. 



Hudson Matlock 
Frank Wilkins McBee, Jr. 
James Dorr McFarland 
John J. McKetta, Jr. 
Banks McLaurin 
Walter Leon Moore 
Harold John Plass, Jr. 
James J. Pollard 
H. H. Power 
Howard Frederick Rase 
Lymon Clifton Reese 
Erwin Arthur Reinhard 
Eugene Arman Ripperger 
Charles Elmer Rowe 
Henry Grady Rylander 
Jack A. Scanlan 
Robert Samuel Schehter 
Byron Elliott Short 
Haskell L. Simon 



Harold Wood Smith 
Horace Eugene Staph 
Carl Conrad Steyer 
Robert LeGrande Stone 
Archie Waugh Straiton 
Leland D. Strom 
J. Neils Thompson 
Milton John Thompson 
Robert Lee Thorns 
Donald Childress Thorn 
Hugh Theron Tomlinson 
Burnett Forrest Treat 
James William Turnbow 
Robert Davis Turpin 
Matthew Van Winkle 
Robert W. Warner 
E. Joseph Weiss 
Willis Raymond Woolrich 
Fowler Redford Yett 



George Green Anderson 
Duryl Middleton Bailey 
Lewie Marby Barber 
John Franklin Berglund 
Charles Rene Boatright, Jr. 
Robert Frederick Burkart 
Pramote Chaiyavech 
Leo Anderson Chamberlin 
Ronald Jarrell Cole 



MEMBERS 

Keys Alexander Curry, Jr. Daniel David Kana 

Norman Clifford Dickerson Jack Ray Lacy 

Thomas Charles Edwards Joseph F. Mathews 

Billy Carol Ellis William C. Melnar 
Wilbur Horace Greenstreet. Jr. Jack Pratt Moore 

Pat Garner Hedgcoxe Carey Epps Murphey, Jr. 

Ettore Ferrari Infante Gerald Patrick Parker 

John Thomas Irick Edgar Blaine Peek 

Eric Lynn Jones Stanley Crump Phipps 



John T. Sherwood 
Robert Harold Sobotik 
Jesse Jerald Stephens 
Arnold Joseph Tucker 
Herbert Lee Vaughan 
Charles Woody Volek 
Johnny Charles Wachel 
Thomas Elmer Wiley, Jr. 



FALL 1957 PLEDGES 



Byron Raymond Adams 
Charles Stewart Aldrich 
Robert Loyd Basford 
Bertie Franklin Birdwell 
William Emmett Bolch, Jr. 
Samuel Arthur Brunstein 
Simon Pierce Burns 
David Bartram Clark 
Dewitt Coffey, Jr. 
John Richard Cogdell 
Lonozo Cleveland Courtney 
Everett Earl Culver 
Phillip Keith Davis 



Bruce Allen Dolan 
William Eugene Fickert 
Jack Lee Gist 
David Grissom 
David Lyle Grossman 
Robert Armistead Hasty, II 
George Archie Helland 
John Edwin Hicks 
A. Jackson Hill 
Lyndon Paul Holcomb 
Charles Henry Karnes 
Fredrick James Kirkpatrick 
Werner Koch 



William Neal Kocurek, Jr. 
Sam Michael Korzekwa 
Thomas Kent Ledbetter 
Carl Edwin Locke, Jr. 
Byron Keith Lovelace 
Larry Lee Loyd 
Marion Marshall Mann 
Jimmy Gwen Mayfield 
James Lowell McAlpin 
James L. McElroy 
Donald Ralph McLelland 
Kenneth Earl McNeill 
Luther Bruce Miller 



Charles Travis Moorman 
Robert Eugene Muhm 
Lee Roy Murchison 
Gordon Henry Otto 
Loman Thornal Park 
John George Prather 
Joy Dwight Pugh 
Russell L 7 pson Smith 
James Winfrey Teague 
Donald Fredrick Vehrs 
David Lee Waldron 
Charles Herbert Weinert 
Herbert Gerald Zinsmeyer 



SPRING INITIATES 



John Howard Arnctt 
Robert Ragsdale Boothc, Jr. 
William Bryan Brooks 
Cheng Hsien Chiang 
Arthur Herbert Clingcr 
Jerry Clarence Dunaway 
James McKinley Eckhart 
Charles Allen Edwards, Jr. 
John Herman Enterline 
Charles Lee Farell 



Alponsc Joseph Grassl 
Norman David Guxick 
Harry Columbus Hardee. Jr. 
Gregg Alan Harris 
Charles Vincent Harvey 
Harold Elvin Hatfield, Jr. 
John Milton Hoffmann 
Gail Gordon Johnson 
Harold David Krick, Jr. 
Charles Wilbur Larkam 



Larry Keith McPhail 
Hobart Francis McW'illiams 
Mohamed Aref Mahayni 
William Smith Mitcham 
Granville Emil Ott 
Thomas Edwin Owen 
Charles Nolan Raney 
William Courtney Robinson 
William Franklin Russell 
Cecil Ray Shearer 



Paul James Smith 
James Harris St. Clair, II 
Walter Richard Steitz 
Beeman Ewell Strong, III 
Hugh Darrell Wade 
Neng-Ming Wang 
Donald Thomas Ward 
John Brock Westover 
Jerry Chester Worden 



PAOE 150 



THETA SIGMA PHI 



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L.WJ . 



HONORARY PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISM FRATERNITY FOR WOMEN 

Founded: University of Washington, April 8, 1909 

Xi Chapter, May 17, 1909 



OFFICERS 

Fall 

DOLORES SILVA President 

KAREN KLINEFELTER Vice-President 

ANN HUFFINGTON Secretary 

PEGGY Jo ELDER Treasurer . . 



CAROLYN SEAY 



Keeper of the Archives 



Spring 

DOLORES SILVA 
KAREN KLINEFELTER 
ANN HUFFINGTON 
PEGGY Jo ELDER 
CAROLYN SEAY 



Marye Durrurn Benjamin 
Jessamon Dawe 

Mary Margaret Glassock Frazier 
Frankie Mae Welborn Lindsey 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Amy Jo Long 
Nancy McMeans 
Carolyn Jane Malone 



Jo Caldwell Meyer 
Marian P. Michael 
Leigh Peck 
Afton Taylor Wynn 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
Marguerite Harrison Jean Mooney 



Phyllis Coffee 

Mary Frances Dicorte 

Peggy Jo Elder 

Jean Woodrom Howell 

Ann Huffington 



MEMBERS 

Karen Klinefelter 
Nina June McCain 
Joan Elizabeth McKnight 
Cyrena Jo Norman 
Elizabeth Ann Rudd 



Barbara Ann Ruesch 
Carolyn Seay 
Dolores Silva 
Marion Bess Simon 
Betty Ann Waters 



Kitty Casey 
Barbara Ann Fish 



SPRING INITIATES 

Marilyn Adele Frazier 
Beverly Sue Fulkes 

Julie Holman Weigel 



Mary Marjorie Menefee 
Leah Rae Olson 



PAGE 151 



ALPHA CHI SIGMA 

HONORARY CHEMISTRY FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Wisconsin, 1902 

Beta Theta Chapter, 1952 



Fall 

JOE RAY VIELOCK 
NORMAN DAVIS GUZICK . 
PRESTON KUHN MARTIN . 
JACK PRATT MOORE 
JOHN HENRY HARRISON 
JESSE LAWRENCE ELLEDGE 
ROYSTON M. ROBERTS 



OFFICERS 



Master Alchemist . 

Vice-Master Alchemist 

Master of Ceremonies 

Recorder 

Reporter 

Treasurer . 

Faculty Advisor 



Spring 

JOHN HENRY HARRISON- 
ROBERT DANIEL O'BRYAN 
JAMES RUSSELL CLAYBROOK 
RICHARD FREDRICK STONE 
JAMES BRYAN ZACHRY 
JESSE LAWRENCE ELLEDGE 
PHILIP S. BAILEY 



Robbin Colyer Anderson 
Gilbert Haven Ayres 
Philip S. Bailey 
Henry Matthew Burlage 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



George Homer Fanchcr 
Norman Hackerman 
Lewis F. Hatch 
Henry Rudolf Henze 



Kenneth A. Kobe 
Charles Kenneth Mann 
L. J. Reed 
Royston M. Roberts 



William Harry Robert Shaw 
Stanley Harold Simonsen 
Roger John Williams 



MEMBERS 



Joseph Benjamin Ashton 
William Arthur Baker 
Charles J. Brown, Jr. 
James Russell Claybrook 
Henry Octave Colomb, Jr. 
David Oliver Dawson 
James Edward Douglass 
Ronald Eugene Eddy 
Jesse Lawrence Elledge 



Royce E. Ennis 
Francisco Jose Garcia-Sharpe 
Billie C. Garnett 
Norman Davis Guzick 
Yuri Wha-Yul-a Han 
Phillip Vernon Harper, Jr. 
Larry R. Harrington 
John Henry Harrison 
Thomas Richard Henderson 



James Aubrey Manning 
Preston Kuhn Martin 
Jack Pratt Moore 
Michael Alan Moore 
Vernon Edward Morgan 
Robert Daniel O'Bryan 
James S. Payne, Jr. 
Donald Lewis Ross 
Joseph Satterfield 



Robert Harold Sobotik 
Roy James Spann 
Richard Fredrick Stone 
Joe Don Stuart 
Eldon H. Sund 
Wayne Earl Thun 
Joe Ray Vielock 
F. Eugene Wilkerson 
James Bryan Zachry 



Kenneth James Dartley 
Robert S. Edwards 



SPRING INITIATES 



Bennie A. Ferrone 
Lonnie Walton Jenkins 



Edward Oliver Leonard 
William Marsico 



Stanley Earl Anderson 
Hubert Boyd 
David Eugene Brown 
William McKinley Campbell, 
Jr. 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Albert Lindsay Delaney 
Richard Lionel Hill 
Gary Lynn Leach 
William Thompson McKissock, 
Jr. 



John Wayne Mitchell 
Rowland Pettit 



Joe Mitchell 
Charles Schoultz 
Clyde Reagan Settle 
Thomas Folts Womack 







Front Ron-: Ashton, Brown, Claybrook, Colomb, Dawson, Douglass, Eddy, El ledge, Garcia-Sharpe. 

Second Ron-: Garnett, Guzick, Harper, Harrington, Harrison, Manning, Martin, J. Moore, M. Moore, O'Bryan. 

Third Ro;t ; Payne, Ross, Satterfield, Spann, Stone, Sund, Thun, Vielock, Wilkerson, Zachry. 



PAGE 152 






ALPHA DELTA SIGMA 

HONORARY PROFESSIONAL ADVERTISING FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Missouri, 1913 
Paul J. Thompson Chapter, 1928 



Fall 

LESLIE M. BEARSS 
STANLEY HAYWOOD HENDERSON 
BARNETT JULIAN JONES 
ROWLAND HILIARY PARKER 
MARK S. SMITH .... 
RODNEY WALDROP PIRTLE 
JOHN DOHANICH .... 



OFFICERS 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Publicity Chairman 

Pledge Trainer . 

Program Director 



Spring 

ROGER HARMON BROACH 
JAMES HENRY COCHRAN 
MARK S. SMITH 
JAMES THOMAS HOLMAN 
STANLEY HAYWOOD HENDERSON 
JAMES SIDNEY POWELL 
WILLIAM CARRELL HARDMAN 



William Paxton Boyd 
Alan Scott 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Ernest Alonzo Sharpe 

Paul Jennings Thompson 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



James Powell Anderson 



William McLane Brown 



Robert Fred Barling 
Leslie M. Bearss 
Walter Roland Bell 
Sid L. Berger 
Herbert Lionel Blomquist 
Edward Donald Bridges 
Roger Harmon Broach 
Robert Cornell Brown 
Lloyd Truman Brummett 
Robb Kendrick Burlage 
Wayne Burney 
Don C. Carmichael 



James Henry Cochran 
William Noel Copeland 
David Dean Cottrell 
Roy Gene Cuthbertson 
Bobby Joe Daffern 
George Franklin Dillman 
John Dohanich 
Walter Winn Durham 
Rex A. Fluty, Jr. 
Richard Lee Gannett 
Raleigh Lyman Greer 
Richard Douglas Hague 



Irvin Lawrence Benno 
Maurice Goldstein 
Walter T. Hart 



MEMBERS 

William Carrell Hardman 
Stanley Haywood Henderson 
Wilfred Earl Herber 
Johnie Lee Hodnett 
James Thomas Holman 
Jon Russell Hornaday 
Leon P. Howell 
Larry Neal Hurwitz 
Barnett Julian Jones 
Robert A. Jordan 
Donald Roy Key 
Frank Charles King 

SPRING INITIATES 

Basil Charles Karcher 
Dan Lambden 
Morris Robert Maynor 



James H. Klein 
Donald William Kyle 
George Andrew Leeah 
Chester Henry Lundt 
James Robert McDonald 
David Andrew Millican 
James V. Nolen 
Wayne Robert Orr 
Kenneth Wayne Pace 
Rowland Hiliary Parker 
Murray Spence Patton 
James Winston Perkins 



Bobby Wayne Perry 
Harry Roger Phillips 
James Paul Piles 
Rodney Waldrop Pirtle 
James Sidney Powell 
Ramon Robert Rackley 
David Ritchie 
Dennis Clay Roberts 
William Blackburn Royer 
Mark S. Smith 
Culver Joel Turlington 
Noble Houston Welch 
Robert Eugene Donald Woolsey 



Kenneth Warren Nordeman 
Thomas Francis Vetters 
Gilbert Matison Wyrick 



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Top Row: Bridges, Broach, Brown, Brummett, Burlage, Carmichael, Cochran, Copeland. 
Second Row: Daffern, Durham, Gannett, Greer, Henderson, Hodnett, Hornaday, Howell. 
Third Row: Hurwitz, B, Jones, Key, King, Kyle, Leeah, McDonald, Millican, Parker. 
Fourth Row: Perkins, Perry, Phillips, Piles, Powell, Roberts, Royer, Smith. Welch. 



PAGE 153 






ALPHA KAPPA PSI 

HONORARY BUSINESS FRATERNITY 

Founded: New York University, 1904 

Iota Chapter. 1915 



Fall 

JAMES ROBERT MCDONALD, JR. 
ALFONSO AUGUSTO CISNEROS 
PINCKNEY FRANKLIN STEED . 
LESTER EUGENE HOVEY . 
DONALD EUGENE ROPER 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-Preside n t 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Master of Rituals 



Spring 

LESTER EUGENE HOVEY 
DONALD EUGENE ROPER 
JOHN WOODIE BOWEN 
VAN HOOK HOWARD, III 
OLAN PHILLIPS 



{anics Adon Byrd 
ack William Cashin 
Alfred G. Dale 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



J. Anderson Fitzgerald 
Richard Charles Henshaw 
E. Karl McGinnis 



Charles Lee Prather 
Alfred Lee Seelye 
C. Aubrey Smith 



William R. Spriegel 
John R. Stockton 
Wilfred H. Watson 



MEMBERS 



Ernest Patrick Bond 
John Woodie Bowen 
Owen Price Carpenter, Jr. 
Alfonso Augusto Cisneros 
Brady Marshall Cole 
Hollis Baxter DeGrassi, Jr. 



Thomas Phillips Field, Jr. 
Lester Eugene Hovey 
Van Hook Howard, III 
Jay Jules Karkowsky 
Bobby Lawrence Legg 
Marvin W. Lerner 



Girdner Alan Youngquist 



James Robert McDonald, Jr. 
Otto Christian Olsen, Jr. 
Olan Phillips 
Walter Brown Pistor 
Doyle Lorenzo Roe 
Donald Eugene Roper 



Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
Ronny Norman Schoenbrun 
Thomas Edward Seekatz 
Pinckney Franklin Steed 
James Andrew Stone 
Don Arthur Tidwell 



Buford Preston Berry 
Robert Wallace Briggs 
Richard Wavland Calhoun 



FALL INITIATES 



Elmo Alexander Derrick 
James Aubrey Griffin 
Ronald Jack Finger 



Fredric G. Kline 
Arnold Erich Krause 
George Charles Kendall 



Jack Harrison Stutts 
James Wess Tribble 
Ralph Huntington Winton, Jr. 



SPRING PLEDGES 



James Edward Alff 
George Benjamin Brown 
George Camp Chapman 
Robert John DeVries 
William Curran Garner 



George Sydney Harrington 
John Ragland Harrison 
Charles Harter, III 
John Henry Hofmann 
George Philip Kazen 



Rodney Harry Margolis 
John Burleson McCullough 
William G. McDonald 
Thoman Vance McMahan 
Patrick McNamara 



Charles McDonald White 



Edwin Willis Patterson 
Burton Lee Rakoover 
Jay B. Rea 
Melvin Lynn RolofT 
Douglas Ogden Smyth 




Top Kuu: Berry, Bond, Bowen, Calhoun, Carpenter. Cisnerov Cole. Dedrassi, Derrick. Field. 
SrfojiJ KO-.I: Griffin, Hovey. Ilow.ird. Karkowskv. Lerner. McDonald, Olsen, Phillips, I'istor. 
Third Row: Roe, Roper, Saunders, Schoenbrun, Seekatz, Steed, Stone. Sums, Tidwell. 



PAOE 154 



DELTA SIGMA PI 



PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FRATERNITY 

Founded: New York University, 1907 

Beta Kappa Chapter, 1930 



Fall 

BOB LAUGHLIN .... 
BILL R. NORMAN .... 
FRED GUY MARLOW, JR. . 
JAMES PETER KOLIUS . 
JAMES HOWARD HEINY 
LAWRENCE HAROLD SANDEL, JR. 
WILLIAM EARL MOFFETT . 



OFFICERS 

President . 

Senior V ice-President 

Vice-President 

Secretary . 

Treasurer . 

Historian . 

Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

FRED GUY MARLOW, JR. 
ROY ELWOOD EYLER 
JOEL PHILLIP DALTON 
ROBERT CALDWELL WILLINGHAM 
JAMES HOWARD HEINY 
BOBBIE ARCHIE CHESTER 
PANAYOTIS JOHN LYMBEROPOULOS 



Arvid A. Anderson 
Stanley A. Arbingast 
Jim G. Ashburne 
Joseph Kenneth Bailey 
William Paxton Boyd 
Aaron Hamilton Chute 



Anton Jacob Alkek, Jr. 
Roy Saunders Battle 
Sidney Lee Berger 
A. Evans Birdwill, Jr. 
Kenneth Charles Boelter 
James Eugene Campion 
Henry David Christian 
Joel Phillip Dalton 
Clifford William Davidson 



John David Baylor 
James Carter Boone, Jr. 
Henry Tebbs Brooks 
Grady Dyson Bruce, Jr. 
Layton Ray Buckner 
Clarence L. Callaway, Jr. 
Bobbie Archie Chester 
Stanley Lee Clark 
Robert Derwin Eakin 



William Edmond Brady 
Bobby Joe Burgin 
John Milton Crawford 
Stanley Burnett Ferguson 
Wayne Ferguson 
Edward Marshall Glass 



James Clay Dolley 

James Eugene Estes 

Dennis B. Ford, Jr. 

James Rudolph Kay 

Irving O. Linger 

Panayotis John Lymberopoulos 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Francis B. May 

William Earl Moffett 

Eugene W. Nelson 

Henry T. Owen 

George Emmanuel Perpinias 

Parley M. Pratt 



Charles Theodore Zlatkovich 



MEMBERS 



Bernard John Ehresmann 
Jaime Antonio Espasas 
Roy Elwood Eyler 
James Marion Fairbairn 
Robert Lee Forbes 
Sam Hulin Hall 
Jerrel Reid Hardesty 
Joseph Walter Harrison, Jr. 
Glen Howard Hartford 



James Howard Heiny 
Thomas Philip Kelly, Jr. 
James Peter Kolius 
Lynn Richard Kromminga 
Bob Laughlin 
Cadmus Kilgore Lawson 
Fred Guy Marlow, Jr. 
Carlos Landon Naumann 
Bill R. Norman 



FALL INITIATES 



Jimmy Jack Frost 
Robert Byrd Gentry 
Bill Dean Goforth 
Herbert Lester Green 
Arthur Dale Griffin, Jr. 
Gordon C. Hallman 
Robert Dalton Hardcastle, Jr. 
William Reece Holden 
Donald Lee Hunt 



Robert Merl Kincaid 
James Loranzo Linker 
Sammy Don Little 
Johnny Floyd Martin 
Carl Wayne McDonald 
James Robert Niebuhr 
Robert Charles Reinarz 
Lawrence Joseph Rich 
Richard Louis Scroggins 

SPRING PLEDGES 



Tom T. Hollingshead 
Lee Roy Johnson 
Hugh Arthur Lemmon, Jr. 
Jay Philip Levin 
James Richard Matz 
Robert Cloyes McCurry 



Ben Allen Meharg 
Daniel Sterling Parks 
James Allen Rindfuss 
Richard Dwight Ryan 
Charles Wayne Smith 
Jack Margene Spear 



Burnard H. Sord 
Harry Vine, III 
Ernest W. Walker 
Glenn Albert Welsch 
John Arch White 
Erick Walter Zimmerman 



John Harold Northcutt 
Ray Howard Odom, Jr. 
Lawrence Harold Sandel, Jr. 
Bobby Grant Seago 
James Hunter Thompson 
Lloyd Douglas Walker 
Richard Grady Weil 
James Bruce Watson 
Ray Wilson Youngblood 



Kenneth Larry Sellstrom 
Raymond Max Slaughter 
Norman Vedder Smith 
Edward Louis Starr, Jr. 
Gus Carl Tramp 
Tom John Weigel, Jr. 
Robert Caldwell Willingham 
William Calvin Zatopek 



Glenn Arthur Von Rosenberg 
Pete L. Whaley 
Ernest Dorman Wheeler 
Charles Henry Williams 
Edwin Roger Wright 




Front Row: Heiny, Marlow, Laughlin, Moffett, Norman, Sandel, Kolius. 

Second Row: Weigel, Weil, Seago, Fairbairn, Dalton, Scroggins, Little, Lymberopoulos. 

Third Row: Tramp, Niebuhr, Green, Alkek, Martin, Boelter, Zatopek, Gentry, Goforth, Sellstrom. 

Fourth Row: Holden, Griffin, Forbes, Starr, Frost, Boone, Harrison, Willingham. Eyler, Campion. 

Fifth Row: Baylor, Northcutt, Linker, Eakin, Smith, Kromminga, Chester, Naumann, Walker, Slaughter, Clark. 

PACE 155 



KAPPA EPSILON 

HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR WOMEN IN PHARMACY 

Founded: State University of Iowa, 1921 

Local Founding, 1943 






Fall 

PEGGY ANN KEER 
PEGGY ELAINE LIPSCOMB . 
AURELIA SAENZ . 
MARIA LUISA LARA . 
REBA FAY COUCH 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Reporter 
Faculty Member 



Spring 

PEGGY ANN KEER 
PEGGY ELAINE LIPSCOMB 
AURELIA SAENZ 
MARIA LUISA LARA 
REBA FAY COUCH 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL 



Dorothy Jo Abernathy 
Marilee Baker 
Reba Ragland Couch 
Tommie Jean Coulter 
Carolyn Jane Craig 
Evelyn Grace Crow 
Frances Sue Dyer 
Mary Ida Garza 



MEMBERS 

Marie Celeste Gutierrez 
Maria Del Rosario Gutierrez 
Marjorie F. Allen Jordan 
Peggy Ann Keer 
Velma Jean Kubala 
Maria Luisa Lara 
Peggy Lipscomb 
lima Martinez 
Marta Rangel 



Carol Ann Richardson 
Margaret R. Roberts 
Aurelia Saenz 
Eleanor Julia Siemer 
Connie Marr Marek Smith 
Pauline Smith 
Gloria June Stokes 
Cynthia Ann Summers 



Mary Binyon Berryman 
Anita Svlvia Garcia 



SPRING INITIATES 

Elizabeth Lou King 
Florence Gaye Laxsom 
Adele Jewell Lyle 



Peggy Lou Schomberg 
Kathryn Viereck 




Top Row: Abernathy, Bakrr, Couch, Coulter, Craig, Crow, Dyer, Garza. 

Second Row: M. C. Gutierrez, M. D. Gutierrez, Hall, Jordan, Kcer, Kubala, Lara, Lipscomb, Martinez. 

Third Row: Rangel, Richardson, Roberts, Saenz, Siemer, C. Smith, P. Smith, Stokes, Summers. 



PAOE 156 



KAPPA PSI 



HONORARY PROFESSIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded: Russell Military Academy, 1879 

Gamma Gamma Chapter, 1934 



Fall 

MILTON DUDLEY TOMPKINS 
JOSEPH GREGORY GUERRERO 
CARL EDWIN LARSON . 
NORMAN MICHAEL EKERY . 
ARLEN YOUNG STURDIVANT 
DON CADE COPELAND . 



OFFICERS 

Regent 

Vice-Regent . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Historian . 
Chaplain . 

FACULTY MEMBERS 



Carl Clarence Albers 
Joseph Hoyland Arnette 
Henry Matthew Burlage 
John Emerson Davis 



William Francis Gidley 
Gunnar G. Gjerstad 
Vernon A. Green 
Wallace Louis Guess 



James King 
William R. Lloyd 
Frederick Valentine Lofgren 
William Rust Neville 



Spring 

JAMES M. DURDEN 
JIMMY LEON BURK 
CHARLES LEO KRUM 
MAX DON DOOLEY 
RAMIRO NARRO 
EDDIE RAGAN SERFAGE 



Herbert Frederick Schwartz, II 
Kenneth Edward Tiemann 
Leon Otto Wilken 
Charles Owens Wilson 



Michael Charles Adamo 
Jackie Thurman Askew 
Charles Allan Brooks 
Jimmy Leon Burk 
Gene Edward Busshart 
Eduardo Jesus Camero 
Paul Elwood Cohen 
Don Cade Copeland 
Max Don Dooley 



Kenneth Edwin Burrows 
John William Coulter 



Jose Rene Cantu 
Julian Rodriquez Cantu 
Frank Casanova 
Erwin Franke 



MEMBERS 



James M. Durden 
Norman Michael Ekery 
Paul Frank Geiger 
Alfonso Mario Gonzalez 
Ishmael Gonzalez 
Joseph Gregory Guerrero 
Wallace Louis Guess 
Carol Ralph Hammond 
Arnold Dahl Haslund 

Thomas 



James Charles King 
Herbert E. Kleinman 
Charles Leo Krum 
John William Ladd, Jr 
Carl Edwin Larson 
William R. Lloyd 
Arturo B. Martinez, Jr. 
Raymond Mendez, Jr. 
Ramiro Narro 
Lee Williams 



William Rexford Owen 
Norman Herbert Prenzler 
Richard Elgin Sauer 
Eddie Ragan Serface 
Donald Wayne Shafer 
Lloyd Stephen Shipp 
Joseph Stevenson Starkey 
Harold Wayne Stinson 
Norman T. Strain 
Harvey Lee Zatopek 



Aden Young Sturdivant 
Robert Lee Sturrock 
Franklin Edward Teichmann 
Kenneth Edward Tiemann 
Milton Dudley Tompkins 
Gilberto Uresti 
Jose Elias Vargas, Jr. 
Roy Harry Voges 
Richard Elbert Ward 



Vernon Eugene Grove, Jr. 
Carol Ralph Hammond 



FALL PLEDGES 

Michael Ray Jenkins 
Lazaro Franco Lopez 



John Marvin Mohrmann 
Anthony George Ogden 



Donald Fred Senter 
Waymon Otis Smith 



Ben L. Garza 

Grant Eugene Giles 

Lim Keuky 

Bruce Raymond LaForce 



SPRING PLEDGES 

James Beebe McCann Zack Lawrence Robinson 



John Marvin Mohrmann 
Jimmy Dale Moore 
Jack Dwain Robertson 

Ralph Wayne West 



Carlos Franisico Rocha 

Manuel Ruiz 

Juan Alberto Saucedo 



Allan R. Spillar 
Landon Wayne Stewart 
Adolfo J. Valadez 
Roland J. Vallejo 



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Top Row: Adamo, Arnette, Askew, Burk, Burlage, Burrows, Busshart, Cameo, Cohen, Copeland, Coulter, Dooley. 
Second Row; Durden, Ekery, Geiger, A. Gonzalez, I. Gonzalez, Green, Grove, Guerrero, Guess, Hammond, 

Haslund. 

Third Row; Jenkins, King, Kleinman, Krum, Ladd, Lloyd, Lopez, Martinez, Mendez, Mohrmann, Narro. 
Fourth Row: Ogden, Owen, Prenzler, Sauer, Senter, Serface, Shafer, Shipp, Smith, Starkey, Stinson. 
Fifth Row: Sturdivant, Sturrock, Teichmann, Tiemann, Tompkins, Uresti, Vargas, Voges, Ward, Williams, Zatopek. 



PAGE 157 



PHI DELTA CHI 

NATIONAL HONORARY PHARMACEUTICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded: University of Michigan. 1883 
Lambda Chapter, 1905 



Fall 

WILLIAM E. FOSTER . 
JOHN GEORGE ASAFF . 
DON RICHARD BRUCE . 
EDWARD CHARLES VACULA 
DURWOOD R. BARNETT 
RICHARD DOUGLAS ROBB . 
HENRY IRA SCROGGINS 
WILLIAM JOHNSON SHEFFIELD 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President, . 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Prelate . 
Master at Arms 
Inner Guard 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

WILLIAM E. FOSTER 
JOHN GOERGE ASAFF 
DON RICHARD BRUCE 
EDWARD CHARLES VACULA 
DURWOOD R. BARNETT 
RICHARD DOUGLAS ROBB 
HENRY IRA SCROGGINS 
WILLIAM JOHNSON SHEFFIELD 



MEMBERS 



Robert Frank Adamcik 
John Herbert Anderson 
Billy Travis Arbuckle 
John Goerge Asaff 
Lloyd Don Bandy 
Durwood R. Barnett 
Robert Allan Bianchi 
James Patrick Boepple 
Don Richard Bruce 
Thomas Clyde Brunson 
James M. Cejda 
Walter Lynn Chambliss 
Dan Bartlett Conoly 



Billy Thomas Black 
Freddy Ray Cessal 
James Leaton Clark 
Charles Lee Dickie 
John P. Elmer 
Jacob Joseph Eckert 
Jimmie McBratney Foy 
Jose Eliud Fuentes 



Joe H. Couch 
Kirwin Gherbis Damiani 
Oscar Leon Dietz, Jr. 
Olen LaRoy Douglas 
Charles E. Ebel 
James Millard Elliott 
William E. Foster 
Francisco Jesus Garcia 
Joe Thomas Gaulden 
David M. Gist 
Francisco T. Gonzalez 
George Allen Harvey 

FALL 

John Edward Frierson 
William Donald Frierson 
Santiago Jimmy Garcia 
Charles Nelson Gilreath 
Ralph B. Goertz 
Carey Wayne Golaz 
Edward Esquivel Gonzalez 
Lowrey Franklin Gravley 



Michael Lee Herry 

James Eldridge Humphries, Jr. 

Carl Louis Icet 

Lawson Gregory Kloesel 

Hollis Lloyd Lawrence, Jr. 

Roy Gene Lee 

James Edward Lester 

Leon Dwight Lind 

Raymond Richard Loew 

William Travis Malone 

Noel Martinez 

John Henry Opryshek 

PLEDGES 

Lynn Carl Halamicek 
James Edwin Kersh, Jr. 
John Ed Kimble 
Marvin Edward Machac 
Larry Ralph Menconi 
William Harvey Morgan 
Boycc Morphree 
Roger Arlan Middleton 



Randal Earl Posey 
Billy A. Riddick 
Richard Douglas Robb 
Fritz Bernard Scheffel 
Henry Ira Scoggins 
Harmon B. Standefer 
Paul Frederick Trantham 
Edward Charles Vacula 
Harold Lloyd Varner 
Walter Joseph Wasicek 
Arthur Darrell Webb 
Cecil Chalfant Weekley 
Cyril B. Weich 



Murry K. Nance 

James Harvey Shell 

Carlos Clyde Smith, III 

Thalmann Lester Treadaway 

Billy K. Wong 

Don Wong 

Edwin Yee 

Jose Luis Zacarias 




Front Row: Opryshek, Bruce, Damiani, Harvey, Herry, F. Gnn/alez, Martinez, Weich, Humphi H-V 
Second Row: Lawrence, Adamcik, Barnett, Scheflel. Kloesel, Asaff, Gist, Bandy, Lester, Brunson, Dietz. 
Third Row: Riddick, Scroggins, Lind, Vacula, Douglas, Posey, Standefer, Trantham, Cejda, Ebel. 
Fourth Row: Arbuckle, Bianchi, Webb, Conoly, Varner. 
Fifth Ron: Loew, Elliott, Boepple, Lee, Couch, Gaulden, Foster, Icet, F. Garcia, Weekley. Chambliss. 



I'v.i 138 



RHO CHI 



NATIONAL HONORARY PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY 

Founded: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1922 

Nu Chapter, 1929 



Fall 

JAMES EDWARD LESTER . 
ROBERT FRANK ADAMCIK . 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL 
CARL CLARENCE ALBERS . 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL 



OFFICERS 



President 

V ice-President . 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Historian 

Faculty Advisor 



Spring 

CHARLES SOL MEINSTEIN 
ERNEST AMES COULTER 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL 
CARL CLARENCE ALBERS 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL 



Carl Clarence Albers 
Joseph Hoyland Arnette 
Robert Graves Brown 
Henry Matthew Burlage 
John Emerson Davis 



Walter Dickson Adams 
Eugene M. Caskey 



Robert Frank Adamcik 
William Edward Foster 
Paul Frank Geiger 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Er Hung Djao Esther Jane Wood Hall 

William Francis Gidley 
Gunnar Gjerstad 
Vernon Albert Green 



Wallace Louis Guess 



Herbert F. Schwartz, II 

William Reese Lloyd William Johnson Sheffield 

Frederick Valentine Lofgren Kenneth Edward Tiemann 
Joseph Ruben Moreno Leon Otto Wilken 

William Rust Neville Charles Owens Wilson 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
Walter Cousins, Jr. Howell Jordan 

Walter Tell Garbade T. A. Lambert 

MEMBERS 

Roy Gene Lee Arturo B. Martinez, Jr. 

James Edward Lester Buachubhai Damoderdas 

Raymond Richard Loew Parikh 



Shine Earl Philips 



Brian Keith Richmond 
Paul Frederick Trantham 



Ernest Ames Coulter 
Carol Ralph Hammond 
Frederick Raymon Jenkins, Jr. 



FALL INITIATES 

Peggy Ann Keer 
James Charles King 
John William Ladd, Jr. 



Charles Sol Meinstein 
Franklin Eward Teichmann 
Norman Oliver Walker 



Dorothy Jo Abernathy 
Thomas Clyde Branson 



SPRING 

James M. Cejda 
Samuel Arthur Lane, Jr. 



INITIATES 

Ramiro Narro 

Alfred Robert Sangalli 



Connie Marr Marek Smith 
Pauline Smith 




Front Row: Coulter, Keer, Walker, Lester, King, Trantham. 

Second Row: Martinez, Lofgren, Meinstein, Richmond, Adamcik, Ladd. 

Third Row: Teichmann, Wilken, Loew, Geiger, Lee, Foster. 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




HONORARY SERVICE FRATERNITY 

Founded: Lafayette College, 1925 

Alpha Rho Chapter, 1935 



Fall 

LORENCE LARRY BRAVENEC . 
JAMES CECIL STOKES 
LLOYD DURMAN OLDHAM 

JlMMIE McBRATNEY FoY 

FRANK ASBURY CAVE 
LEWIS WHEELER DONAGHEY 
KENNETH NEWT ANDREWS . 
COLONEL JAMES WALLACE . 



OFFICERS 

President . . . . 
First Vice-President 
Second V ice-President . 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 
Reporter . . . . 
Historian 



Spring 

FRANK EUGENE McLAiN 
LEWIS WHEELER DONAGHEY 
ROBERT NEWTON KING 
KENNETH NEWT ANDREWS 
ROY LYNN TAYLOR 
JAMES DONALD KNIKER 
ERNEST RAYMOND THOMAS, JR. 
ARIEL JOSE THOMANN 



Keith Kohn Cox 
Kenneth Jackson Cox 
Norton Curry 



ADVISORS 

H. L. Gaskin Gilbert Myers 

Raymond C. Kenney H. W. Newman 

Joe Malik, Jr. Calvin Cleave Nolen 



Arno Nowotny 
Elwood J. Preiss 



HONORARY MEMBER 
R. Elwyn Byrns 

MEMBERS 



Donald Edgar Andrews 
Kenneth Newt Andrews 
Lawrence Jackson Bernard 
Benjamin Spencer Bradshaw 
Lorence Larry Bravenec 
John Charles Brooke 
Joe Henry Brans 
Thomas Charles Bruns 
Joe Ralph Canfield 
Paul Milton Carraway 
Frank Asbury Cave 
John Rentz Doggett, III 
Lewis Wheeler Donaghey 
Frank Ennis 
Thomas Dale Erwin 
Abelardo Flores 
Jimmie McBratney Foy 
George Edward Gaines 
Roger Lee Gorrell 
Stephen Allen Grant, Jr. 



David Arnold Greenspan 
Paul McCaughey Hagans 
William B. Hall 
Roy A. Harrell, Jr. 
Larry Allen Hebert 
William Brent Hempkins 
S. B. Hixon 
Harry Lee Hudspeth 
Larry Neal Hurwitz 
Eugene A. Juarez 
Thomas Philip Kelly, Jr. 
George Charles Kendall 
Robert Newton King 
James Donald Kniker 
Jerome Michael Kopel 
Moise Lauterstein 
Roger Allan Lewis 
Bill Lee Liggin 
Lazaro Franco Lopez 
Koye Edgar McElroy 



Frank Eugene McLain 
Fred D. McLarry 
Allen Lee Miller 
Jack Wayne Molloy 
Keith Kenyon Morrow 
Jerome Jacob Nathan, III 
Bob Austin Newman 
Lloyd Dunnan Oldham 
Phillip Sherwood Paul, Jr. 
George Bernard Pearson 
Francisco Inocente Pena 
Robert Jack Pickens 
Leonard Brodnax 

Plummer, Jr. 
Robert Charles Reinarz 
Don Shane Robinson 
Guy Durwyn Robinson 
Barry Raymond Russak 
Sherian Audilet Salge 
Frederick Syndey Schlather 



Jon Little Scott 
Roger Terry Shapiro 
Robert C. Smith 
Wendall Norman 

Spreadbury 
William Edwin Stern 
James Cecil Stokes 
Aied Saliba Sweis 
Roy Lynn Taylor 
Ariel Jose Thomann 
Ernest Raymond 

Thomas, Jr. 
Marshall Wayland 

Thompson 

Colonel James Wallace 
Richard Elbert Ward 
Leo Kenneth Willis, Jr. 
Emory Kent Worley 
Erie Travis Worley 
Elmer T. Zilch, Jr. 



FALL INITIATES 



James Wesley Baldridge 
Richard Allen 

Comstock 
Paul David Couch 
Joe Bryan David 
Billie Edwin Davis 



Theodore Carl Doerr 
David Adolph Gershner 
Manuel Ramiro Gutierrez 
Louis Chris Heinemeyer 
Richard Lionel Hill 
Cleve James Hoecker 



David Malcom Logan 
David Charles Porter 
Don Earl Saddoris 
Rodger Vincel Smith 
Jerry Friend Sudderth 
James Wess Tribble 



Bruce Edward Turley 
Dan Carlos West 
Charles McDonald White 
William Menefee Wilcox, Jr. 
Mark Ellison Williams 
Wess Sam Wise 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Wilbur Ratliff Cleaves 
Laurin C. Currie 
Billy Bernard Day 
Kenneth Ray Edgar 
Ronald Jack Finger 
Waymon Lee Holley 



Lonnie Walton Jenkins 
Roy Judd 

Thomas Wayne Laceky 
David Odell Langham 
Billy Fred Lewis 
John Richard Lucas 



Rodney Harry Margolis 
Gorney Ray Miller 
Johnny Wesley Minear 
Clyde Irvin Scott 
Donald James Simmons 



Robin Paul Stagg 
Arnold Cole Stephens 
Thomas Carroll Strange 
Gary Mearlin Tamplin 
Ira Barnes Wile 



PAOE 160 



CO-ED FORUM 



Founded: The University of Texas, 1928 



Fall 

JULIE LANDRUM HOLMAN 
WINONA LYNN CORNELIUS 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN 
DOROTHY GEBAUER . 
DOROTHY WATTS DEAN . 
MARGARET PECK . 



OFFICERS 

President . 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 



Spring 

CYRENA Jo NORMAN 
MARY MARJORIE MENEFEE 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN 
DOROTHY GEBAUER 
DOROTHY WATTS DEAN 
MARGARET PECK 



MEMBERS 



Shirley Ann Bird 
Marilyn Ann Boyd 
Dorothy Kay Chisum 
Carol Sue Cole 
Winona Lynn Cornelius 
Nancy Elizabeth Edwards 
Joan Marie Franklin 
Jane Birdwell Henderson 
Joyce Anne Henderson 
Carroll Ann Hodges 



Julie Landrum Holman 
Shannon Howard 
Martha King Hughes 
Mary Marjorie Menefee 
Patricia Ann Morrow 
A. Virginia Nash 
F. Eloise Newberry 
Cyrena Jo Norman 
Barbara F. Polsky 
Anne Price 



Sue Rosson 



SPRING MEMBERS 



Marilyn Sue Becker 
Lucy Ann Collins 
Kerstin Ekfelt 

Sally Joanne Emerson 
Ann Huffington 



Carol Suzanne Lewis 
Marilyn Marshall 

Sally Kay Maxwell 
Kay McKinley 

Joyce Lynn Streusand 



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MORTAR BOARD 







NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR SENIOR WOMEN 

Founded: Cornell University, 1918 

Visor Chapter, 1923 



Fall 

JOAN MARIE FRANKLIN 
NEITA LEA FARLEY 
JOSEPHINE DUVALL SCURRY 
CAROL BETH VILLARREAL . 
JOYCE ANNE HENDERSON . 
PATRICIA PADGETT . 
SUE CORRELL JAMES 
FRANCES McMATH 
ROSALIE V. OAKES 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Reporter 
Historian 
Sponsor . 
Sponsor . 
Sponsor . 



Spring 

JOAN MARIE FRANKLIN 
NEITA LEA FARLEY 
JOSEPHINE DUVALL SCURRY 
CAROL BETH VILLARREAL 
JOYCE ANNE HENDERSON 
PATRICIA PADGETT 
SUE CORRELL JAMES 
FRANCES MCMATH 
ROSALIE V. OAKES 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Josephine Margaret Chapman Helen Margaret Flinn 



Louise Landis Armstrong 
Edleen Begg 
Paula Janet Connor 
Dorothy L. Gebauer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Helen Hargrave 
Sue Correll James 
Thelma Lockwood 
Etelka S. Lynn 

Helen Tackett 



Patricia Kendall Masters 
Margaret Peck 
Lucy Rathbone 
Joanne M. Ravel 



Shirley Ann Bird 
Nancy Joan Bitter 
Mary Ellen Embree 
Ncita Lea Farley 
Joan Marie Franklin 
Jane Birdwell Henderson 



MEMBERS 

Joyce Anne Henderson 
Carroll Ann Hodges 
Shannon Howard 
Norma Matlock 
Jan Evans Miller 
Sandra Lee Moore 
Carol Beth Villarreal 



Virginia Nutt 
Patricia Padgett 
Jean Ellen Pepper 
Josephine Duvall Scurry 
Mary Margaret Stallings 
Margaret Helen Turpin 



Betsy Blanton 
Sandra Cason 
Lucy Ann Collins 
Dorothy Dawson 
Sandra Esquivel 
Joan Carolyn Farquhar 



SPRING INITIATES 

Billye Rae Funk 
Juell Joy Krauter 
Marilyn Marshall 
Nina June McCain 
Mildred Rose Meili 
Mary Marjorie Menefee 
Sharon Sue Voyles 



Julia Ann MofTett 
Cyrena Jo Norman 
Barbara Polsky 
Anne Price 
Betsy Ross 
Kathleen Silva 



PACE 162 






ORANGE JACKETS 




HONORARY SERVICE ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 
Founded: The University of Texas, 1923 



Fall 

MARTHA KING HUGHES 
LUCY ANN COLLINS 
JULIA ANN MOFFETT 
CYRENA Jo NORMAN 
SARAH JEAN MOORE 
Jo ANN SHURTLEFF 
DOROTHY WATTS DEAN 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Contact Chairman 
Contact Chairman 
Sponsor 



Spring 

MARTHA KING HUGHES 
LUCY ANN COLLINS 
JULIA ANN MOFFETT 
CYRENA Jo NORMAN 
SARAH JEAN MOORE 
Jo ANN SHURTLEFF 
DOROTHY WATTS DEAN 



Martha Louise Bowser 
Nancy Lou Brooks 
Lucy Ann Collins 
Dorothy Dawson 
Sandra Esquivel 
Billye Rae Funk 
Martha Carolyn Graves 
Martha King Hughes 
Marilyn Marshall 
Sally Kay Maxwell 
Julia Ann Moffett 
Sarah Jean Moore 



MEMBERS 

A. Virginia Nash 
Cyrena Jo Norman 
Beverly Sue Peel 
Nancy Norwood Pinson 
Barbara F. Polsky 
Anne Price 
Frances Ann Ramsey 
Betsy Ross 
Sue Rosson 
Sarah Eugenia Rush 
Jo Ann Shurtleff 
Sharon Sue Voyles 
Patricia Ann Wilcox, (I) 



Ann Beloate 

Barbara Hunsdon Bitter 

Phyllis Ann Borden 

Billy Jean Cain 

Paula June Craig 

Delia Duson 

Erin Higgins 

Julie Landrum Holman 



FALL INITIATES 

Rosemary Clyde House 
Nancy Bryan Hunt 
Betty Pettus Lawrence 
Linda Margaret Mahan 
Nina June McCain 
Mildred Rose Meili 
Mary Marjorie Menefee 



Frances Anna Moseley 
M. Maurine Motter 
Laura Preston 
Jean Burke Rogers 
Emily Sue Stinson 
Katherine Louise Voetmann 
Margaret Ann White 
Julia Quay Williams 



SPRING INITIATES 



Betty Ann Aue 
Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon 
Sally Joanne Emerson 
Judith Ann Hickman 
Sandra Rose Kriss 
Roberta Ann Love 



Mary Ann Moroney 
Mary Gay Maxwell 
Cynthia Anne Powell 
Carolyn Ann Thomas 
Jen Gary Tomlinson 
Jo Ann Watkins 



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SCABBARD AND BLADE 




NATIONAL HONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY 

Founded: University of Wisconsin, 1904 

Texas Chapter, 1949 
G Company, 8th Regiment 



Fall 

GEORGE DANIEL MATZKE . 
ROBERT BEN LILLIE 
EVERETTE LANIER TUCKER 
RICHARD ALAN SHROPSHIRE 



OFFICERS 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant 
First Sergeant 



Spring 

FRANK RODERICK KEITH 
LESTER BARRY PALMER 
JERRY HARRISON JENKINS 
JAMES MILTON HUFFMAN 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Lieutenant Colonel Marvin L. Bell, USA Major William E. Antley, Jr., USMC 

Colonel David H. Thomas, USAF 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Lieutenant Colonel Marvin L. Bell, USA Colonel Curtis Theodore Ricketts, USA 

Captain Donald Greer Irvine, USN Colonel David H. Thomas, USAF 



Byron Raymond Adams 
Jack Norman Bateman 
Lyle Floyd Branch 
Edward Stafford Bridges, II 
George William Cape 
Henry David Christian 
Stewart Leonard Davis 
Harvey A. Eikel 
Joseph Holt Foster 
Seinwil Louis Greenberg 
William Arch Harrison 
A. Jackson Hill 



MEMBERS 

James Milton Huffman 
Jerry Harrison Jenkins 
James W. Kachtick 
Frank Roderick Keith 
Robert Ben Lillie 
Robert Foster Loughridge 
James Arthur Loynd 
George Daniel Matzke 
Dennis Joseph O'Brien 
Jergen Edward Olsen 
Lester Barry Palmer 
John W. Pieper 



Allen John Pierce 
Ted Lee Price 
John W. Sauer 
Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
Richard Alan Shropshire 
Robert Michael Stephens 
John Thomas Stuart 
Francis Marion Thomson 
Everette Lanier Tucker 
Clovis S. Vaughn 
Donald Thomas Ward 



SPRING PLEDGES 



George Edmund Batcheler 
Robert Herman Brewer 
Horace Dodson Carmichael 
Robert Alexander Carnes 
Robert Stephen Carter 
Kenneth Lee Cochrum 
Robert Sterling Farmer 
Luke C. Fisher 
Joe David Grantham 
John Tatum Green 
Charles Houston Harris 
David Holland Henderson 



William Max Jennings 
William Carlisle LaRowe 
Ronald Vincent Larson 
Gary Lynn Leach 
Ben Allen Meharg 
Granville Edward Paules 
Scott Petty, Jr. 
Jay B. Rea 
Leslie Allen Saunders 
John Edward Swindells 
James Terry Topham 
Monte Patrick Williams 



. 164 



SILVER SPURS 




HONORARY SERVICE ORGANIZATION FOR MEN 
Founded: The University of Texas. 1938 



Fall 

BENJAMIN THOMAS RHODES, JR. 
HALL STREET HAMMOND . 
ROBB KENDRICK BURLAGE . 
JOSEPH GREGORY GUERRERO, JR. 
CLOVIS CLYDE MORRISSON 
GEORGE WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, JR. 
ROBERT STEPHEN BUTTER . 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Executive Council . 
Executive Council . 
Executive Council . 



Spring 

ROBERT STEPHEN BUTTER 
CHANCY CROFT 
ALBERT JULIUS TOOLE 
DESEY DESENBERG 
RICHARD GANNETT 
JOSEPH GREGORY GUERRERO, JR. 
ROBB KENDRICK BURLAGE 



Stanley Edward Adams 
Thomas G. Bousquet 
Lorence Larry Bravenac 
Anthony Geraro Brocato 
Robb Kendrick Burlage 
Robert Stephen Butter 
Richard Wayland Calhoun 
Brady Marshall Cole 
Chancy Croft 
Ralph Waldrom Dau 
Richard Lee Gannett 
Pearson Grimes, Jr. 
Joseph Gregory Guerrero, Jr. 
Addison Yancey Gunter, III 
Hall Street Hammond 



MEMBERS 

Robert Campbell Hewell 
Dexter Hill 
Harry Lee Hudspeth 
Vernon Murray Jordan 
James Walter Kachtick 
Karl Fred Kamrath, Jr. 
James Albert Mashburn 
Frank Eugene McLain 
Robert Elton Mims 
Clovis Clyde Morrisson 
Jack Glenn Norwood 
Phillip Sherwood Paul, Jr. 
Walter Brown Pistor 
David Anders Provost 
William Morris Ravkind 



Benjamin Thomas Rhodes, Jr. 
Jack Francis Ritter, Jr. 
Glenn Alfred Rogers 
George William Schneider, Jr. 
Daniel Cargill Smith, III 
Neal Leslie Spelce 
Donald Otis Stodghill 
Donald Lamar Stone 
James Terrell Townsend 
Surinder Paul Vohra 
James Whittenburg Walker 
Johnny Richard Warren 
Jerry Armes Wells 
Jerry James Wilson 
William Howard Wolf 



John Thomas Cater 
Julius Desey Desenberg 
William Edward Henry 
David Andrew Kendrick 
Alexander Palmrus, II 



FALL INITIATES 

Brooks Trezevant Patrick 
James Irvine Perkins, Jr. 
John William Pieper 
Charles Ronald Rogers 
John Wesley Sauer 
Robert David Young 



James Cecil Stokes 
Francis Marion Thomson 
Tom Howard Timmins 
Albert Julius Toole 
James Terry Topham 



William Skidmore Banks, III 
Benjamin Spencer Bradshaw 
Jimmy Leon Burk 
Lewis Sheeler Donaghey 
William Chapman Estes 
Ronald Jack Finger 



SPRING INITIATES 

Emil Edwards Friberg 
Richard Bradley Fisher 
George Archie Helland 
Jay Jules Karkowsky 
Carter Benjamin Kelly 
John Murray Kendrick 
John Marvin Mohrmann 



Robert Bruce Parker 
William Gary Patterson 
Granville Edward Paules, III 
Richard Arlin Stanley 
Clarence Neal Stevenson 
George Gilbert Stubblefield, III 



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SPOOKS 



SERVICE ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 
Founded: The University of Texas, 1941 



Fall 

A. VIRGINIA NASH 
JOYCE HELENE LISSAUER . 
JOSEPHINE MOORE HOWELL . 
SALLY JOANNE EMERSON . 
ALICE LOCKETT WHELESS 
CHARLENE CARTTER MARKEL 
ERIN HIGGINS .... 
ANN BELOATE 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Historian .... 

Spirit 

Contact Chairman 
Social Service Chairman 



Spring 

A. VIRGINIA NASH 
NANCY BRYAN HUNT 
JOSEPHINE MOORE HOWELL 
SALLY JOANNE EMERSON 
ALICE LOCKETT WHELESS 
MARSHA ANN BROADFOOT 
SUZANNE BOWLING 
ANN BELOATE 



Elyndabeth Bailey 
Ann Bcloate 
Barbara Hunsdon Bitter 
Lillian Louise Bond 
Suzanne Bowling 
Mary Eleanor Brace 
Gladys Ann Brantly 
Janice Brashears 
Marsha Ann Broadfoot 
Carolyn Jane Campbell 
Mary Lelia Grain 
Robinette Curry 
Carolyn Dice 
Linda Diane Durrett 
Catherine Clark Eden 
Marie Josephine Eickmann 
Sally Joanne Emerson 
Nancy Sue Faust 
Miriam Dolly Gordon 
Gvvynne Lee Guffin 



Annette Anderson 
Ann Ellen Armstrong 
Georgia Annetta Bennett 
Melinda Louise Burkhart 
Louise Carol Davis 
Harriet Ann Eliot 
Carole Ann Fine 
Mary Lynn Goldsmith 



MEMBERS 

Ann Karen Haun 
Erin Higgins 
Josephine Moore Howell 
Nancy Bryan Hunt 
Martha Doyle Jee 
Carole Stewart Keeton 
Sandra Rose Kriss 
Eleanor Ruth Lewis 
Joyce Helene Lissauer 
Judith Voss Lovejoy 
Nola Ann McNamara 
Brenda Toby Makowsky 
Charlene Cartter Markle 
Mary Marjorie Menefee 
Roxana Olga Michael 
Judith Ann Moriniere 
M. Maurine Motter 
Shirley Ann Myers 
A. Virginia Nash 
Sandra Faye Nelson 



SPRING INITIATES 

Linda Ann Hampton 
Louise LaBauve 
Sabra Joy Lande 
Andrea Lyn Lewis 
Shirley Kay McKinley 
Jo Ann McMillan 
Jewel Elyne Melton 



Mary Susan Elizabeth O'Brien 

Cynthia Anne Powell 

Linda Joyce Richardson 

Mary Carolyn Richardson 

Judith Rosenfield 

Sharon Lee Scharlack 

Ada Marie Sharpe 

Starlett Smith 

Susan Lee Stephen 

Sandra Lynn Stolz 

Joyce Lynn Streusand 

Carolyn Ann Thomas 

Sally Travis 

Judith Anne Tuggey 

Virginia Anne Walker 

Jo Ann Watkins 

Alice Lockett Wheless 

Margaret Ann White 

Jimmie Dell Williams 

Janice King Woods 



Melody Ann Pattillo 
Jane Gail Richmond 
Janiece Belle Simmons 
Jane Frances Spacek 
Avis Andrea Tieber 
Susan Van Winkle 
Phyllis Ann Wiegand 
Elisabeth Anne Zeid 






P\ce :66 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 

AIR FORCE ROTC HONORARY SERVICE ORGANIZATION 

Founded: The University of Cincinnati, 1947 
John H. Payne Squadron, 1952 



Fall 

JAMES ARTHUR LOYND 
HENRY DAVID CHRISTIAN . 
CLARENCE W. CHANDLER . 
JERRY MAC TRIM . 
WALTER ASA SAUNDERS, JR. 
SAM H. HALL . 



OFFICERS 

Commanding Officer 
Executive Officer 
Operations Officer 
Recorder .... 
Comptroller .... 
Information Services Officer 



Spring 

JAMES ARTHUR LOYND 
HENRY DAVID CHRISTIAN 
CLARENCE W. CHANDLER 
JERRY MAC TRIM 
WALTER ASA SAUNDERS, JR. 
SAM H. HALL 



FACULTY MEMBER 
Major Richard Howard Kraemer 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Colonel William Hightower Smith Captain Rossi Selvaggi 



Harold Wesley Ashendorf 
Willie Smith Bennett 
Edward Stafford Bridges, III 
Eugene Franklin Broome 
Clarence W. Chandler 
Henry David Christian 
John Wheaton Clark 
Stewart Leonard Davis 
Harvey Henry Diemer 

Charles Edward Botefuhr 
Horace Dodson Carmichael 
John Lowell Carrick 
Kenneth Lee Cockrum 
William Max Jennings 
Karrell J. Johnson 
George Cardwell Jolly, Jr. 
George Philip Kazen 



MEMBERS 

Robert Sterling Farmer 
Joseph Holt Foster 
Terry Clay Green 
David Evan Griffiths 
Sam H. Hall 

Clarence Wayne Harrison 
James Arthur Loynd 
Joe Edward Manz 

PLEDGES 
Larry S. Lamberth 
Ronald Vincent Larson 
Maurice John William Lehmann 
James Robert Niebuhr 
Gary Floyd Offutt 
Lester Barry Palmer 
Jack D. Poison 
Ted Lee Price 



George Daniel Matzke 
Carlos Landon Naumann 
Dennis Joseph O'Brien 
Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
John T. Sherwood 
Richard Alan Shropshire 
Jerry Mac Trim 
Donald Thomas Ward 
Phillip Robert Zeeck 

Ramon Robert Rackley 
Jay B. Rea 
Hector G. Sierra 
Richard August Strecker 
David Owen Swint 
Malvin Glen Teague 
David Weldon Trekell 
Monte Patrick Williams 







Left to Right: Harrison, Diemer, Davis, Chandler, Shropshire, Sherwood, Ashendorf, Christian, Farmer, Ward. Bennett, Saunders, Matzke, Manz, 
Loynd, Zeeck, O'Brien, Hall, Green, Trim. 



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COWBOYS 

HONORARY SERVICE ORGANIZATION FOR MEN 
Founded: The University of Texas, 1922 



Fall 

GARY REAGAN GURWITZ 
DOYLE EMMETT PERKINSON 
GIBBS MACDANIEL, JR. 
CHARLES ALLEN LINGO 
JEROME JACOB NATHAN, III 



OFFICERS 

Foreman 
Strawboss 
Horse Wrangler . 
Shotgun . 
Camp Cook . 



Spring 

DOYLE EMMETT PERKINSON 
DAVID MAYO CORNELL 
JOE BARNETT CANNON 
DAN ALLEN MYERS 
JOSEPH EDWARD STOELTJ E 



MEMBERS 



Fred Graydon Anderson 
Robert Landis Armstrong 
Laurcnre Albert Becker 
Richard Frank Bergner 
Ronald H. Blum 
Bcthea Wright Brindley 
Sam Raymond Bright 
Denmar B. Canova 
Philip R. Cecil 
Harley Clark 
Lawrence Dean Cobb 
Roy Clarence Coffee, Jr. 



David Mayo Cornell 
William James Derrick 
Ben Addison Donnell 
John Warner Duckett 
Walter Webb Duson 
Howell M. Finch 
Walter William Fondren, III 
Donald Paul Griffith 
Gary Reagan Gurwitz 
Forrest Edwin Harrell 
Marshall Allen Harrell, Jr. 
William Arch Harrison 

John A. 



William Holland Hinkle 
Richard Page Keeton 
Robert Quentin Keith 
Charles Allen Lingo 
Gibbs Macdaniel, Jr. 
Terry McCall 
Don Charles Mcllyar 
Walter Hedrick McN'ew 
Dan Allen Myers 
Jerome Jacob Nathan, III 
Doyle Emmett Perkinson 
Floyd Eugene Pope 
Woodman 



James Archer Prentice 
Robert James Robertson 
Frank Dallas Scarborough 
Thomas Edward Seekatz 
Webb McCann Sowden 
Joseph Edward Stoeltje 
John Thomas Stuart 
Jon David Totz 
Jack Rainard Wahlquist 
John Watts 
Jimmy Dwayne Welch 
Wayne Ellsworth Windle 



R. Gordon Appleman 
Danny LaGette Beaird 
Thomas Jay Benner 



FALL INITIATES 

Raymond Ralph Brown Robert Bruce Gillett 

Joe Barnett Cannon Freddie Sherman Harkavy 

George Camp Chapman Henry Willard Lende, Jr. 

Tracy Triece Word 



Arthur E. Rhodes 
Edward S. Southern 
Thomas Elmer Wiley, Jr. 



W illiam Joseph Bailey 
James Earle Barden 
Richard Thurman Buffler 
Maurice H. Doak 



SPRING MEMBERS 

William H. Drushel Darrell Eddy Jordan 



Segle George Fry, III 
Ray A. Gipson 
Paul Milton Gray 



Donald Love 

Greg Newton Martin 

Morton H. Meverson 



Donald Richard Pohl 
Ronny Norman Schoenbrun 
David Oakes Turner 
Wallace Gordon Wilson 




Healed: Wiley. Cobb. Perkinson, Lingo. Nathan, Gurwitz, Macdaniel, Cornell, Anderson. McCall. Blum. Pope. 

Standing: Appleman. Brown, Harkavy. McNew, Beaird, Chapman, Griffith, Sloellje, Scarborough, Becker, Mcllyar. Lende. Rhodes. Benner. Duson. 



PAOI 168 



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1920 







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SANDRA ESQUIVEL 



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\l\\FINALISTS 




DIANE LANDER 






L DOROTHY JEAN WINSTON 




PACE 173 



SWEETHEAR T NOMINEES 




TOP Row: 

W. Ellen Belcher, Phyllis 
Ann Borden, Lucy Ann Col- 
lins, Dorothy Dawson. 



SECOND Row: 

Judith B. Fradkin, Billye 
Rae Funk, Lynda Gayle - : 
Haire, Betty Pettus Law- \ 



rence. 



THIRD Row: 
Marilyn Marshall, Sally Kay 
Maxwell. Ann McFadden, 
Mildred Rose Meili. 



FOURTH Row: 
Mary Marjorie Menefee, A. 
Virginia Nash, Nancy Nor- 
wood Pinison, Bebe Bell 
Steves. 



FIFTH Row: 
Suzanne Summers, Kather- 
ine Louise ]' m-tmann, 
Sharon .S'i/c }'oyles. 



HABK 174 



BLUEBONNET BELLE NOMINEES 






* Suzanne Elizabeth Adams 

* Annette Anderson 
Mary Ann Arnette 
Linda Sue Billingsley 

* Patricia Ann Blachly 
Diana Alice Carter 

* Alice Estep Cook 

* Gayla Craig 

* Susan Kay Deanouich 

* Anne Vernon Doak 
Elinor Clyde Drake 

* Linda Diane Durrett 

* Nancy Elizabeth Edwards 

* Sandra Esquivel 
Suzanne Furneaux 

* Susan Blackshear Garrett 

* Lynda Gayle Haire 
Sue Nell Hamilton 

* Jacklyn Jenkins 
Sharon Johnson 

* Jennalie F. Kleypas 
Marian Etheridge Knox 

* Patricia Ann Laird 
Diane Lander 
Julianne Lane 
Glenda Lynn Learner 
Evelyn Elaine Maedgen 
C. Elaine Mathews 

* Ann McFadden 
Jewel Elyne Melton 
Roxana Olga Michael 



* Sharon Diane Mitchell 
Marilyn Morris 

Jo Ann Myrick 

* Ailsa Craig Newton 
Sally Noble 

* Patricia Ann Parker 
Nancy Laura Pcnix 

* Anne Price 
Verna Sue Risinger 

* Mary Lou Schuenemann 

* Iris Dee Selber 
Carolyn Durelle Shane 
Sandra Ann Simmons 

* Mary Louise Simpson 
Betty Smiley 

* Bobby Sue Smith 
Mar da Anne Solka 
Judith Anne Stainton 

* Bebe Bell Steves 

* Helen Patricia Summers 
Joyce Elaine Thoresen 
Nancy Catherine Tolve 
Billie Jean Traweek 
Arleen Ray Trowbridge 

* Katherine Louise Voetmann 

* Betty Joan Weide 

* Gretchen Elizabeth Werner 
Patricia Ann Wilcox, I 

* Dorothy Jean Winston 
Marlene Glenda Yellen 

* Indicates Semi-Finalists. 



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Gretchen Elizabeth Werner 



Jacklyn Jenkins 



Jennalie F. K ley pas 










BLUEBONNET 

BELLE 
FINALISTS 




Susan Kay Deanovich 



Sandra Esquivel 




Bebe Bell Steves 







Betty Joan Weide 



Patricia Ann Blachly 




OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 








ROBB KENDR1CK BURLAGE 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Friars, 
Silver Spurs, Daily Texan, 75th Anniversary Edition Editor, NSA 
Delegate, Delegate to Student Conference of National Affairs. 
Delegate to Student Editorial Affairs Conference, Student Govern- 
ment Committees, Y, RIL, Round-Up Campus Participation Com- 
mittee, Daily Texan Editor Elect. 

SHIRLEY ANN BIRD 

Phi Alpha Theta, Mortar Board. Orange Jackets, Spooks, President 
Wilson s Advisory Council, Valhalla Co-Op House Chairman, Union 
Committees, Student Government Committees, Round-Up Campus 
Participation Committee, Cap and Gown President, Wesley Founda- 
tion, Interscholastic League Student Chairman, Dads' Day Award. 



FRED GRAYDON ANDERSON 

Tejas Club, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Kappa Kappa 
Psi, Friars, Cowboys, Longhorn Band President, Outstanding Junior 
Bandsman Award. University Sweetheart Selection Committee, Union 
Committee, Freshman Tennis Award, Honor Roll. 



JAMES TERRELL TOWNSEND 

Lambda Chi Alpha. Pi Alpha Delta, Silver Spurs, Interfraternity 
Council President, President Wilson's Advisory Council, BBA Coun- 
cil. 



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HARLEY CLARK 

Tejas Club President, Students' Association President, Pi Sigma 
Alpha, Friars, Cowboys, Co-Chairman RIL, Head Cheerleader, Mike 
Flynn Award, Board of Directors of Texas Student Publications, Inc. 



JOAN MARIE FRANKLIN 

Chi Omega, Pi Lambda Theta, Omicron Nu, Orange Jackets, Mor- 
tar Board, Y, Co-Ed Forum, President Wilson's Advisory Council, 
Students' Association Secretary, Union Board of Directors, Little- 



field Advisor. 






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EMIL EDWARDS FRIBERG 

Delta Upsilon, Army ROTC Distinguished Military Student ASME, 
SAME, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, Student Assembly, 
Student Engineering Council, Senior Cabinet, Student Government 
Committees, Board of Directors of Texas Student Publications, Inc. 



WILLIAM ARCH HARRISON 

Tejas Club, Phi Beta Kappa, Friars, Cowboys. Scabbard and Blade, 
Longhorn Band, Outstanding Navy ROTC Cadet. 





OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 





JOYCE ANNE HENDERSON 

Psi Chi, Orant?e Jackets, Mortar Board, Y President, RIL Chairman, 
Round-Up Committee Chairman, President Wilson's Advisory Coun- 
cil, Co-Ed Forum, Student Government Committees, Senior Fellow 
at Christian Faith and Life Community, Canterbury Club, Marjorie 
Darilek Award. 

CARROLL ANN HODGES 

Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Orange 
Jackets, Mortar Board, Texas Sports Association President, Co-Ed 
Forum, Senior Cabinet, Panhellenic Council, Symphonic Band, 
Honor Roll. 



ROBERT CAMERON HIGHTOWER 

Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Varsity Debate Squad, Faculty-Student 
Cabinet, Y, Sweetheart Nominating Committee, Student Govern- 
ment Committees, Union Committees, RIL, Newman Club, Rhodes 
Scholar Nominee. 

HARRY LEE HUDSPETH 

Alpha Phi Ome?a, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Friars, Silver 
Spurs, Chancellors. Vice -President Students' Association, Student As- 
sembly, Senior Cabinet, President Wilson's Advisory Council, Chair- 
man Sweetheart Election Committee, Chairman Election Commis- 
sion, Disciples Student Fellowship. 











OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 




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MARTHA KING HUGHES 

Delta Delta Delta, Sigma Alpha Eta. Orange Jackets' President, 
All-Campus Advisors Council, Co-Ed Forum, RIL, Campus Chest 
Chairman, Student Government Committees, Sweetheart Election 
Committee, Summer Assembly, 75th Committee, Sweetheart Nomi- 
nee, Upperclass Advisoi. 

JILL McMURRY 

Alpha Chi Omega, Head Cheerleader, Girls' Glee Club President, 
Representative of The University of Texas to Sugar Bowl Ball 
Presentation, Round-Up Revue, Varsity Carnival Judges Committee, 
Organizer of the Royal Spirit Committee, Army, Navy and Air 
Force Honorary Lieutenant Colonel, 75th Committee on School 
Spirit, Faculty-Student Committee, Y, Longhorn Singers. 



NORMA MATLOCK 

Kappa Kappa Gamma President, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, RIL, Union Committees, 
Faculty-Student Council, Student President's Executive Council, 
Upperclass Advisor, Y, Cap and Gown. 



MARY MARJORIE MENEFEE 

Gamma Phi Beta, Theta Sigma Phi, Students' Association Secretary- 
Elect, Orange Jackets, Spooks. Daily Texan Editorial Assistant. 
Ranger Editorial Supervisory Board, Texas Student Publications 
Board of Directors, RIL, Assembly, Student Government Commit- 
tees, L^mon Committees. Chairman of 75th Orientation Committee, 
Sweetheart Nominee. 





OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 




CYRENA JO NORMAN 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. Theta Sigma Phi, Orange 
Jackets, RIL Chairman, Daily Texan, Texan Notebok Editor. Co- 
Ed Forum, Blanton House Council, Disciples Student Fellowship, 
Great Issues, Student Government Committees, Most Outstanding 
Beginning Female Journalist, Sigma Delta Chi Scholarship Award 
in Journalism. 



CLOVIS CLYDE MORRISSON, JR. 

sik'in.i Phi Epsilon. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Delta. Frairs, Silver 
Spurs. Union Activities Council President, Faculty-Student Com- 
mittee, Conference on Expectations for the 75th Celebration. 




ROBERT ELTON MIMS 
Tejas Club, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi, 
Friars, Silver Spurs. Daily Texan Editor, NSA Delegate. Senior 
Cabinet, Conference on Expectations for the 75th Celebration, 
Central Round-Up Committee, Student Party Steering Committee, 
Wesley Foundation. Jesse Jones Scholarship, Gail Borden Scholar- 
ship, Dads' Day Award. 

MARJORIE MAILLOT PURNELL 

Pi Beta Phi, Panhellenic Council President, Spooks. Varsity Carnivaj, 
Campus Chest, Great Issues, Central Round-Up Committee, Presi- 
dent Wilson's Advisory Council, Co-Ed Forum, 75th Historical Ob- 
servance Committee, Co-Op Nomination Committee, Orientation 
Committee, Freshman Beauty Judge, Silver Spur Award. 





OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 




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NEAL LESLIE SPELCE, JR. 

Delta Upsilon President Kappa Kappa Psi, Friars, Silver Spurs, Radio- 
TV Guild President, Student Faculty Committee, Longhorn Band, Senior 
Cabinet, Student Assembly, Acting Vice-President of the Students' Associa- 
tion, Summer 1957; Discipline Committee, Swing-Out Publicity Committee, 
Gold Mike Award for Outstanding Service to Radio-TV, Daily Texan, 
News and Special Events Director for KRTT, First Place Award in Intra- 
murals Speech, Anson L. Clark Scholarship. 

BEN S. BRADSHAW 

Tejas Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Kappa Delta, President Wilson's 
Advisory Council, Assembly Faculty-Student Cabinet, Academic Affairs 
Committee Chairman, Grievance Committee. 



SANDRA LEE MOORE 

Chi Omega, Panhellenic Councilj Mortar Board, Campus Chest Co- 
Chairman, Scholastic Integrity Steering Council, Varsity Carnival Steering 
Committee. Sing Song Steering Committee, Sweetheart Nominee, Honor 
Roll. 



THURSTON BARNETT 

Tejas Club, Friars, RIL Co-Chairman, Student Party Chairman, Y, 
Disciplinary Committee, Westminster Student Fellowship. 



I 















Top Row: 



Center: 




GOODFELLOWS 



ALLAN BRITT ADKINS 
JAMES EARLE BARDEN 
JOHN WILLIAMSON BARNHILL 

FRED WAYNE BLACKWELL 



Bottom Row: BETSY BLANTON 

LORENCE LARRY BRAVENEC 
THOMAS JAY BENNER 





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PAOE 194 



GOODFELLOWS 






Top: THOMAS G. BOUSQUET., SAM RAYMOND BRIGHT NANCY Lou BROOKS 



Center: JOE FREDERICK BURKE. 



Bottom: STEPHEN R. BUTTER, BILLY JEAN CAIN, PATTY MAYS CARTWRIGHT. 




GOODFELLOWS 



Top Row: LUCY ANN COLLINS 
CHANCY CROFT 
DOROTHY DAWSON 



ROBERT JOHN DEVRIES 



Bottom Row: KERSTIN EKFELT 
SANDRA ESQUIVEL 
NEITA LEA FARLEY 







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GOODFELLOWS 



Top Row: BILLYE RAE FUNK 

RICHARD LEE GANNETT 
SANDRA LEN GRIFFITH 



Center: PETE ADDISON Y. GUNTER. Ill 



Bottom Row: JANE BIRDWELL HENDERSON 
JOSEPHINE MOORE HOWELL 
SHANNON HOWARD 




PACE 197 







GOODFELLOWS 

Top Row: A. VIRGINIA NASH 

MILDRED ROSE MEILI 
JULIA ANN MOFFETT 



Center: 



FRANK EUGENE McLAiN 



Bottom Row: ANN McPADDEN 

SALLY KAY MAXWELL 
BETTY JANE MCCALLUM 





!98 




GOODFELLOWS 

Top Row: JACK GLENN NORWOOD 
VIRGINIA NUTT 
PATRICIA PADGETT 

Center: PHILLIP SHERWOOD PAUL, JR 

Bottom Row: DOYLE EMMETT PERKINSON 
NANCY NORWOOD PINSON 
CHARLES RONALD ROGERS 





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GOODFELLOWS 

Top Row: SUE ROSSON 

WALTER ASA SAUNDERS, JR. 
MARION BESS SIMON 



Center: 



MARY KATE SURRATT 



Bottom Row: ALBERT J. TOOLE 

SURINDER PAUL VOHRA 
SAMUEL WOMACK WARNER 




PAOH 200 




MIKE FLYNN AWARD 




OLIN CULBERSON presents PETE ADDISON Y. GUNTER, III, with the Mike Flynn Award for 
this past year. 



MARJORIE DARILEK 
MEMORIAL AWARD 



SILVER SPUR AWARD 







JOYCE ANNE HENDERSON 




MARJORIE MAILLOT PURNELL 



PAGE 201 




JOHN ROBERT SILBER 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 



IRWIN SPEAR 
Assistant Professor of Botany 



LEMUEL 

SCARBROUGH 

FACULTY AWARD 

FOR 
EXCELLENCE 

IN 
TEACHING 



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SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL 



Approximately the upper three percent from each school. 



Walter Clarkson Bowman 
Alton Franklin Foote 



ARCHITECTURE 



Robert O'Brien Johnson 
Ronald Edward Marabito 



Daniel Jule Talley 



Roy Jack McCarroll 
Fred Eugene McDonald 



George V. Rohrman, Jr. 
Virgil Raymond Smith 



ARTS & SCIENCES 



Bert Bently Adkins, Jr. 
Sandra Suzanne Agnew 
Patricia Virginia Aldrich 
Lawrence Norborn Alexander 
Jane Katherine Anderson 
Kenneth Hayden Ashworth 
Mary Bond Austin 
Patrick Edward Barlow 
Linda Sue Billingsley 
Dorothy Mae Blume 
Henry Julius Boehm, Jr. 
Patsy Faith Bostick 
Roger Harmon Broach 
Susan Meredith Brown 
Phyllis Jean Calkins 
Lucian Carlton Carter, III 
Sue Jinkins Chessher 
Paul B. Clayton 
John Crittenden Clymer, Jr. 
Carl B. Collins, Jr. 
Ruth Ann Cook 
Thomas Benton Coopwood 
Travis Lee Crosby 
Patricia Sue Dillon 
Eugene B. Doughtie, Jr. 
Kenneth Ray Edgar 
Marie Josephine Eickmann 
Joyce Yvonne Eitelman 
Kerstin H. Ekfelt 
Lynn Gail Ellis 
Etelka Vernelle Ferguson 
Yale Hicks Ferguson 
Joseph Michael Finger 
Alison Worden Finney 
Patricia Jean Fleming 



Sandra Fonville 
Nancy Rice Forman 
Humberto Garcia 
Susann Gipson 
Paula Ruth Gray 
James Vernon Grevelle 
James Collins Guckian 
Marion Donald Hancock 
Camille Carol Hanlon 
Judith Ann Harris 
Lois Myrl Heard 
Annette Helwig 
Virginia Ellen Hill 
Nora Jean Kite 
William Everett Hornung 
Janet Loal Howard 
Paxton Hope Howard, Jr. 
Henry Woodrow Jackson 
Elizabeth Anne Jennings 
Laurence Samuel Johnson, Jr. 
Mary Carolyn Johnson 
Harry Lee Jones 
William Eugene Joor, III 
Virginia Kay Jordan 
Richard Page Keeton 
Patty Irene Kirkpatrick 
David Maurice Knize 
Barbara Kay Krick 
Nancy Louine Lambert 
Carolyn Zo Lasseter 
Roscoe Lee 
Barbara Mae Leonard 
Mary Margaret Lindsay 
Bernard Brooks Listen 



Janis Virginia Little 

Joseph Edward Loewenstein 

Cecile Clark Lumpkin 

Virginia Scott Massey 

Martha Jane Mast 

Garvin M. McCain 

Clifton Hatcher McCal! 

David S. McDonald 

Joyce Elaine McDonald 

William Thompson McKissock, Jr. 

Hilliard MofFett McLemore 

Mari Lyn Melin 

Dale Leonard Messer 

Dorothy Pack Miller 

Mary Kathryn Miller 

Meda Margaret Miller 

Joseph Lamar Mitchell, Jr. 

Patricia Frances Moore 

Margaret Maurine Motter 

Michele S. Muncy 

J. Nicholas Murphy, III 

Nanette Roberts Orme-Johnson 

Angela Lea Owen 

Annelle Panzram 

Leslie Jane Park 

Judy Anne Parker 

Virginia Louise Pearson 

Linda Kay Pierce 

Otho Raymond Plummer, Jr. 

Sharon Ann Prentice 

Robert Savell Putnam 

E. Ingrid Radkey 

John Douglas Reichert 

James Thomas Richards, Jr. 



Raymond Charles Robak 
James Brock Roberts 
Leslie Adrian Roberts 
Gwendolyn Margaret Scharlach 
Ann Schlesselman 
Katherine Anna Schmidt 
Verne Victor Schmidt 
Ernst Ignatz Schurer 
Doris Elaine Scott 
Carolyn Ann Seymour 
Janiece Belle Simmons 
Ralph Russell Sloan, Jr. 
Allen Elmer Smith 
Dahlia June Smith 
Lawrence Dean Spencer 
Judith Anne Stainton 
Paul Edward Stallings 
John Leonard Stanford, II 
Patricia Lee Stephenson 
Sara Evelyn Stinebaugh 
John Hunter Strasburger 
Dorothy Ann Stroup 
Mary Helen Thompson 
Rosann Thompson 
Francis Marion Thomson 
Diana Vollintine 
Sara Ellen Walker 
Virginia Anne Walker 
Dennis Evan Welch 
Carolyn Williams 
Freddie Ernest Wilson 
Shelia Gail Winship 
Thomas Foils Womack 
John Edmund Woods 
Huguette C. Yockey 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Leonardine Gay Alexander 
Anton J. Alkek, Jr. 
Frances Evelyn Atwood 
Vivian Rose Baker 
Marilyn Barton 
Wyeth Lee Baten 
Billie Joyce Bennett 
William Cummings Bequette 
Gus Block 
Andre Bouchard 
Roy Edgar Box, Jr. 
James LaVoy Branton 
Karl Henry Brauer 
Brady Marshall Cole 
Edward Eugene Cole 
John Edward Connealy 
Robert John DeVries 
Edgar Hal Dickson 
Richard Leland Dietz 
Sydney Ann Donaghey 



Donald Millard Elliott 
William Albert Eveland 
Laura Elizabeth Bettye Faulk 
Nancy Sue Faust 
John G. Foreman, Jr. 
Edward Marshall Glass 
John Tatum Green 
Nathan Greene 
Paul Martin Grieder 
Emmett Nelson Hagedorn 
Benjamin Nicholls Hamilton 
William Cervin Hardin 
Milton Bryan Healer, II 
Roger Caldwell Henderson 
David W. Holland 
James F. Hurley 
Richard Stanley Johnson 
Hubert Kelly Jones 
John Raymond Jordan 



George Philip Kazen 
Kenneth E. Kearns 
Charles Roy Kennedy 
Delia G. King 
George Haze Kolb 
James Peter Kolius 
Norbert Fred Ladd 
Francis Edward Lewis 
Melva Jane Lightsey 
Billy Sebe Lindsey 
Peter Hans Lohse 
Dee Russell McElroy 
George Thomas McGuffey 
Michael Rusk Moore 
Roy Houston Moore 
Larry Harkness Niemann 
Barbara Bramlette Peck 
Jean Ellen Pepper 
Harry Dean Perkins 



Jack William Pollard 
Roxana Proctor 
Joan Lanelle Raab 
John Donald Russell 
Estelle Schubert Schieffer 
Jon Little Scott 
Billie Joe Shrewsbury 
Marvel Ann Skaggs 
Donald Richard Smith 
Margaret Ann Smith 
Suzanne Lee Stark 
Dunklin Augustus Sullivan 
Maxine Y. Thompson 
Jerry Mac Trim 
Patricia Ann Trimble 
Mary Gayle Walker 
Ronald Glenn Wingard 
Jerry Foster Wingo 
Glen Martin Woods 
DeWayne Lee Young 



EDUCATION 






Leonora Gertrude Anderson 
Ann Celestine Leahy Ballard 
Wana Lee Broughton 
Betty Rae Brown 
Sharon Wynelle Broyles 
Ida Isenhower Causey 
Jane Clarice Graver 
Marjorie Ann Creswell 
Margaret Alice Furr Darden 
Margaret Louise Emerson 



Mildred Lynn Fallek 
Billie Louise Granger 
David Holland Henderson 
Dorothy Ann Herrera 
Judith Ann Hickman 
Beverly Ann Hicks 
Virginia Claire Jones 
Ethyl Maria Johnson 
Marilyn Joyce Kaarup 
Betty Jayne Kacir 



John Franklin Wheeler 



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Carolyn Annette Koenig 
Lucille Fisher Lehtonen 
Barbara Carol Love 
Roberta Ann Love 
Phyllis Jean Mazzagate 
Margaret Ann McGann 
Joan Meyer 
Sandra Lee Moore 
Betty Earl Plowman 
Ginger Roberson 



Barbara Sue Rosenbloom 
Gallic Frances Schaefer 
Wanda Maxine McKee 

Schwarzbach 
Barbara Louise Stephen 
Susan Jeanne Newcombe 

Studdard 

Marcia Adele Wade 
Maxine Sacks Weinert 
Jean Carol Bryant Wells 



SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL 



ENGINEERING 



Howard M. Arno 
Roosevelt Cecil Awong 
James Roy Bagwell 
Joe Floyd Barker 
Robert Loyd Basford 
James Key Beard 
James Robert Benbrook 
Eugene Thomas Beynon 
Thomas Andrew Black 
Charles Lee Bowden 
Robert Hall Brady 
Elliott Winston Brogren 
William Bryan Brooks 
Donald Weber Brown 
Robert Cesar Callarotti 
Finis Ewing Carleton, III 
Carroll Winston Chapman 
Cheng Hsien Chiang 
Charles Peak Cook 
Richard Clifton Craig 
James Denny Dannenbaum 



Doyle Lynn Davis 
Philip Keith Davis 
Conrad Dale Day 
Bruce Allen Dolan 
Elton Doyle Fowler 
William Oscar Freithaler 
Daniel Graham Galloway 
Lawrence Ray Green 
Carl Donald Gunn 
Donald James Haase 
Clovis Ray Hale 
Joseph Weston Hall, Jr. 
Joel Hugh Hamlett 
Charles Gary Heliums 
John Milton Hoffmann 
James Robert Holmes, Jr. 
Rex Glenn Howell 
Gary Thomas Hurford 
Willard Edward Johnson 
Charles Henry Karnes 
Hossein Kazemi 



David T. Killen 
William Robert Klingman 
William Neal Kocurek 
Eugene Robert Konde 
Frank Min-Tsong Lay 
Joseph Robert Liles 
Robert Leonard Lytton 
Richard Gordon McCracken 
Robert Donald McCullough 
Donald Ralph McLelland 
Raymond Allan Mitchell 
Charles Travis Moorman 
Robert Eugene Muhm 
Joe Frank Musgrove 
Granville Emil Ott 
Delbert Max Ottmers, Jr. 
Benjamin F. Pennington 
Scott Petty, Jr. 
Carl Dale Pfaffenberger 
John George Prather 
David William Price 



Ronald Gene Rekart 
Charles Glenn Richie 
John Clyde Robinson, Jr. 
Donald Fred Sattler 
John T. Sherwood 
Jerry Deane Shrimpton 
Frank Bernard Slomchinski 
James Harrison Smitherman 
Lewis Hardeman Steves 
Allan John Swanson 
Charles Richard Thorpe 
James Albert Trotter, III 
Anthony M. Truchard 
William N. Uhlenhoff, Jr. 
Arthur Ulbrich, Jr. 
Hugh Darrell Wade 
Donald Thomas Ward 
Aaron H. Wester 
George Edward Wilkinson 
Phillip Gaffney Young, Jr. 



Ray Fulton Atkins 
Barbara Bracht Brazil 
William A. Bristow 
Emma Frances DeShong 
Amy Jean Glenney 



Noel Virginia Gregg 
Eddie Bert Haynes 
Roy James Irvine 
Jeannette Jung 
Harold Max McGahey 



FINE ARTS 

Nancy Grauer McLarty 
David Otis Mills 
Margaret Josephine Monsees 
Harolyn Marcelle Moore 
Arthur Orin Newman, Jr. 



David Lee Pennington 
Arthur Sheir 
Clara Gertrude Shugart 
Billie Waldyn Koenig Southern 
Mary Ellen Uzelac 



Carol Beth Villarreal 



JOURNALISM 



Roger Harmon Broach 
Sally F. Cook 
Roberta Lee Downing 
Marie Josephine Eickmann 
Peggy J Elder 



Allan Britt Adkins 
Robert L. Blevins 
Otis Don Chapoton 
Hilton I. Chodrow 
Elmer Richard Criss, Jr. 
Richard Bartens Dewey 
Alfred Harry Ebert, Jr. 
Jack Fariss 
Ernest John Flowers 



Carl Dean Howard 
Larry Neal Hurwitz 
Sandra Jan Jackson 
Barnett Julian Jones 



Aubrey Jan Fouts 
Moulton Alan Goodrum 
William Hyatt Gordon 
Seinwil Louis Greenberg 
Gary Reagan Gurwitz 
Robert Alvin Hall 
Jack Wade Hawkins 
Harry Lee Hudspeth 
William M. Huffman 



Nina June McCain 
Mari Lyn Melin 
Robert Elton Minis 
Cyrena Jo Norman 



LAW 

Benny Harry Hughes 
John Theadore Kipp 
Lawrence Ray Pearce 
Robert James Piro 
Robert Bruce Reynolds 
Joseph Shade 
Morgan Enlow Shipman 
Edwin Michael Sigel 
Fred Meyrith Sullivan 



Harriet Eleanor Olsen 
Judy Anne Parker 
Elizabeth Ann Rudd 
Joe Carroll Rust 
Dolores Silva 



Sherwood Morris Sullivan 
Larry Eugene Temple 
James Lenox Truitt 
John Kenneth Vinson 
Betty Jo Wiest 
Walter Waylon Williams 
Meyer Willis Witt 
Barney Thornton Young 



James M. Cejda 
Ernest Ames Coulter 
John Edward Frierson 
William Donald Frierson 



Paul Frank Geiger 
Carey Wayne Golaz 
Florence Gaye Laxson 
James William Leach 



PHARMACY 

James Edward Lester 
Jimmy Dale Moore 
Brian Keith Richmond 
Donald Fred Senter 



Pauline Smith 

Paul Frederick Trantham 

Ralph Wayne West 



ARMY ROTC 

Outstanding Army Cadet, Frank Roderick Keith 

Outstanding Corps of Engineer Cadet, Frank Roderick Keith 

Outstanding Quartermaster Cadet, Robert Foster Loughridge Outstanding Military Police Cadet, Walter Edward Pitts, Jr. 



Outstanding Transportation Corps Cadet, 
Harold David Krick, Jr. 



Outstanding Naval Leadership, Harry Lee Jones 
Outstanding Naval Leadership, Jerry Harrison Jenkins 
Outstanding Student in Navigation, Richard Thurman Buffler 



NAVAL ROTC 

Highest Individual Score, Granville Edward Paules, III 



Society of American Military Engineer's Award, 
William Neal Kocurek 



AIR FORCE ROTC 



Outstanding Air Science I Cadet, James L. Branton 
Outstanding Air Science II Cadet, Roy Edgar Box 



Outstanding Air Science IV Cadet, Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
Society of American Military Engineer's Award, 
Donald Thomas Ward 



PHI ETA SIGMA AWARD 

Highest Freshman, Thomas Bcnton Coopwood, 1956-57 Outstanding Senior, John Edson Teed, 1957-58 



PAOE 204 



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SORORITIES 



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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1924 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1885 

FACULTY 

CHARLOTTE ESTELLE DUBOIS, Professor of Music 
LLERENA BEAUFORT FRIEND, Texas History Center Librarian 



Fall 

SHIRLEE SUE ROSSON 
SHARON McKEOWN . 
SHIRLEY ANN GORE . 
MILDRED GWENDOLYN FERRELL 
BILLYE RAE FUNK 
GAIL ANN TETLEY 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
First Vice-President . 
Second V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

FRANCES ANN RAMSEY 
DEANNA DRUSILLA COOK 
SHARON LOUISE HENSON 
BILLY JEAN CAIN 
EMMA MARIE KEASLER 
GAE MARIE ARMSTRONG 



Sarah Jane Abright, Houston 
Betty Lenora Allgood, Port Arthur 
Annette Anderson, Austin 
Annette Lee Anderson, San Antonio 
Mary Linda Bailey, Marfa 
Marilyn Sue Becker, Galena Park 
Myrtle Faye Blumberg, Seguin 
Patricia Sue Bobo, Houston 
Barbara Anne Bowles, Houston 
Sally Catherine Chenault, Dallas 
Dorothy Kay Chisum, Wichita Falls 
Carolyn Eslyta Cobb, Dallas 
Judith Inez Collins, San Antonio 
Beverly Cox, Houston 
Jo Ann Demler, Port Arthur 
Sarah Elizabeth Edgar, Austin 
Carole Gene Ferguson, Dallas 
Sally Jean Gandy, Houston 
Elizabeth Louise Gardner, Austin 



PLEDGES 

Jo Frances Greene, Austin 
Patricia Ruth Griffin, Jacksonville 
Sarah Jane Hatfield, San Antonio 
Carole Ann Hatler, Dallas 
Barbara Denette Hibbert, 

Canutillo 

Phyllis Marie Hicks, Austin 
LaVerne Marie Hlanak, Baytown 
Priscilla Linden Hollis, Dallas 
Sandra Jo Huber, Kerrville 
Virginia Claire Jones, Dallas 
Edith Louise Kennard, Texas City 
Marilyn Kay Kinney, Dallas 
Dorothy Langley, Houston 
Judith Longworthy McConnell, 

Houston 

Linda Lee McFarland, Midland 
Marilyn Sue McKee, Houston 
Lynda Lee McKeown, Fort Worth 
Wanda Kay McNamee, Harlingen 



Shirley Ann Myers, Austin 
Roxana Marie Oughton, 

San Antonio 

Gail Anne Pearsall, Dallas 
Sharon Elizabeth Pope, Austin 
Betty Carolyn Read, Austin 
Joan Carol Redding, Midland 
Gretchen Annah Schneider, Alice 
Kathleen Ann Shepherd, Coleman 
Janice Marilyn Shofner, Harlingen 
Sharon Kay Slaton, Orange 
Sharon Kay Smith, Houston 
Arlene Gayle Strong, Houston 
Gail Ann Terry, Orange 
Ada Carole Thomas, Wellington 
Linda Margaret Watkins, Austin 
Betty Joan Weide, Austin 
Patricia Lee Wilson, Houston 
Carolyn Louise Wright, Houston 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Jo Ann Davis, Harlingen 
Gail Lee Harvill, Beaumont 



Karen McKinney, Beeville 
Joanne Marie Rice, Houston 




Top Row: Abright, Allgood, A. Anderson, A. L. Anderson, Armstrong, Bailey, Barton, Becker, Bland, Blum. 
Second Row: Blumberg, Bobo, Bowles, Brashears, Cain, Carter, Casey, Chenault, Chisum, Clark. 
Third Row: Clements, Cobb, Collins, Cook, Courtney, Cox, DaCamara, Davison, Dcmlcr, deRidder. 
Fourth Row: Duke, Edgar, Ellis, Esse, Felt, Ferguson, Ferrell, Fisher, Franks, Fromme. 



PACE 206 





MEMBERS 



Arva Sue Adams, Abilene 
Gae Marie Armstrong, Mission 
Hazel Phyllis Barton, Kcrmit 
Darlene Bland, Waco 
Barbara Ann Blum, San Antonio 
Suzanne Bowling, Austin 
Janice Brashears, San Antonio 
Mary Anna Burris, McAllen 
Billy Jean Cain, McAllen 
Linda Kay Carter, Childress 
Katherine Frances Casey, Dallas 
Peggy Louise Clark, Lockhart 
Anna Belle Clements, Kilgore 
Deanna Brasilia Cook, Austin 
Etta Mae Courtney, Austin 
Shirley Priscilla DaCamara, Laredo 
Martha Dee Davison, San Antonio 
Karen Ariena de Ridder, Houston 
Anne Bolin Duke, Dallas 
Lynn Gail Ellis, Mission 
Carol Dean Esse, Seguin 
Zelma Verree Etheredge, Houston 
Patsy Ruth Felt, San Antonio 
Mildred Gwendolyn Ferrell, Houston 
Judith Christine Fisher, Dallas 
Cherie Glynn Franks, San Antonio 
Linda Ann Fromme, Austin 
Billye Rae Funk, Dallas 
Martha Ann Gathright, Austin 
Shirley Ann Gore, El Paso 
Mary Patricia Guyton, Midland 
Sharon Louise Henson. Austin 
Lenore Carol Highland, Houston 
Iris Ramona Hill, Waco 
Ruth Carol Holloway, Port Arthur 
Emma Marie Keasler, San Antonio 
Jennalie Frances Kleypas, Austin 
Carolyn Annette Koenig, Dallas 



Linda Landrum Knapp, Austin 
Sharon Gay Kugle, Dallas 
Diane Lander, San Antonio 
Martha Evelyn Leach, Highlands 
Sally Ann Mayfield, San Antonio 
Phyllis Jean Mazzagate, Orange 
Margaret Ann McGann, Electra 
Sharon McKeown, Fort Worth 
Adrion Jill McMurry, Dallas 
Jane McRoberts, San Antonio 
Frances Jean Meyers, Paducah, Ky. 
Nancy Jane Miller, Houston 
Ann Stuart Moffit, Austin 
Constance Alexis Moffit, Austin 
Bobbette Eleanor Morris, Dallas 
Janice Maurine O'Banion, Luling. 
Marjorie Anne Pearson, Hutto 
Ann Lee Phillips, Austin 
Katherine Virginia Pollard, Houston 
Frances Ann Ramsey, Dallas 
Rose Mary Rodgers, Harlingen 
Shirlee Sue Rosson, Corpus Christ! 
Sandra Kay Rowell, Houston 
Elizabeth Ann Rumph, Fort Worth 
Sarah Eugenia Ruth, College Station 
Kay Jacqueline Sanderson, Dallas 
Gallic Frances Schaefer, Schulenburg 
Sharon Dincans Steen. Houston 
Natalie Stout, Lancaster 
Gail Ann Tetlev, Beaumont 
Dorothy Virginia Tudor, Beaumont 
Patricia Sue Voelkel, Austin 
Elizabeth Dee Walton, Beaumont 
Flora Bess Weiss, Kerrville 
Carol Morris Wheeler, Austin 
Dorothy Kay Witt, Fort Worth 
Kristin Ann Wyatt. Kilgore 
Mary Frances Zaner, El Paso 



Top Row: Funk, Gandy, Gardner, Gathright, Gore. 

Second Row: Greene, Griffin, Guyton, Hatfield, Hatler. 

Third Row: Henson, Hibbert, Hicks, Highland, Hill. 

Fourth Row: Hlanak, Hollis, Jones, Kennard, Kinney. 

Fifth Row: Kleypas, Kugle, Lander, Langley, Mayfield. 

Sixth Row: Mazzagate, McFarland, McGann, McKee, L. McKeown. 

Seventh Row: S. McKeown, McMurry, McNamee, Meyers, Miller. 

Eighth Row: A. Moffit, C. Moffit, Morris, Myers, O'Banion. 

Ninth Row: Oughton, Pearsall, Pearson, Phillips, Pollard. 

Tenth Row: Pope, Ramsey, Read, Redding, Rodgers. 

Eleventh Row: Rosson, Rowell, Rush, Sanderson, Schaefer. 

Twelfth Row: Schneider, Shepherd, Shofner, Slaton, Smith. 

Thirteenth Row: Stout, Strong, Tetley, Thomas, Tudor. 

Fourteenth Row: Voelkel, Walton, Watkins, Weide, Weiss. 

Fifteenth Row: Wheeler, Wilson, Witt, Wright. 

Sixteenth Row: Wyatt, Zaner. 

PACE 207 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1906 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1851 

FACULTY 

LUCILE DE NEVERS WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 



Fall 

MARY ANN JONES 
DIANE ALLEY 
MARY ESTELLE GRIFFIN . 
NANCY CECELIA CHERNOSKY 
MARY BETH OLIVER . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

MARILYN MARSHALL 
MARGARET ALYNE BEST 
NANCY Jo MARTIN 
MARY LEE ALLEN 
MARY BETH OLIVER 



PLEDGES 



Martha Rebecca Armstrong, Austin 

Nancy Bailey, Rosenberg 

Sandra Barton, Brady 

Malinda Ellison Bean, Houston 

Janet Lee Bell, San Antonio 

Jacquelyn Ann Benson, San Antonio 

Elizabeth Ann Briggs, Greenville, S. C. 

Janis Ann Carter, Houston 

Mary Jean Clark, Weslaco 

Minta Lee Clark, Weslaco 

Mary Allwyn Cooper, Austin 

Mary Ann Crawford, Livingston 

Charlotte Camille Daniel, Alvin 

Claire Ann Dickey, Houston 

Patricia Sue Dillon, Austin 

Sarah Rebekah Foster, Alvin 

Kay Fuller, Dallas 

Judith Francine Gordon, Houston 

Linda Ann Hampton, Fort Worth 

Jean Louise Hillje, New Braunfels 

Lillian Humphrey, Austin 

Patricia Diane Jenkins, Houston 

Jane Dee Jochimsen, San Antonio 

Kitty Kessler, Del Rio 

Pattye Jayne Kiecke, Rosenberg 

Twila Wanda Kieke, Giddings 



Betty Lynn Kilday, Houston 

Ann Kilpatrick, Bellaire 

Beverly Ann Koen, Austin 

Lou Ann Lancaster, Dallas 

Margaret Elaine Lyte, Garland 

Mary Jo Maddox, San Antonio 

Jane Loreen Males, Richmond 

Helen Faltin Martin, San Antonio 

Virginia Margaret Nelson, Houston 

Doris Kay Parker, Lampasas 

Melody Ann Pattillo, Alvin 

Virginia Ann Pearson, Del Rio 

Janis Gail Pettit, Houston 

Marion Diane Rabon, Luling 

Doris Gayle Reeves, Boling 

Sallie Jo Rutherford, Dallas 

Ada Marie Sharpe, Angleton 

Hope Catherine Taylor, Houston 

Nancy Catherine Tolve, Fort Sam Houston 

Sara Elizabeth Toone, Dallas 

Janet M. Walker, Ennis 

Charlotte Helen Watson, Elmhurst, 111. 

Billie Mary Ann Weant, Falfurrias 

Lola Evelyn Weir, Childress 

Margaret Ann Wible, Sherman 

Barbara Lorene Worff. McAllen 



SPRING PLEDGE 

Mary Ann Worthy, Corsicana 




Top Row: M. Allen, S. Allen, Alley, Armstrong, C. Bailey, N. Bailey, Banks, Barge, Barton, Bean, Bell. 
Second Row: Benson, Best, Bond, Bonner, Briggs, Brockman, Buchanan, C. Carlton. L. Carlton, Carter, Chernosky. 
Third Row: M. J. Clark, M. L. Clark, Clayton, Conway. Cooper, Cox, Crawford. Cromwell, Daniel, Danneberg, 

Dickey, Dillon. 
Fourth Row: Duson, Dyche, Eichler, Foster, Fuller, Griffin, Guffin, Hampton, Hankins. Helf, J. L. Hillje, J. A. 

Hillje. 



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MEMBERS 



Mary Lee Allen. McGregor 

Sheila Rae Allen, Edinburg 

Diane Alley, El Dorado, Arkansas 

Charlene Bailey, Rosenberg 

Kalani Banks, Robstown 

Marjorie Saxon Barge, Austin 

Margaret Claire Beall, Austin 

Margaret Alyne Best, Austin 

Olivia Jones Bolton, Kirbyville 

Lillian Louise Bond, Stockdale 

Lucy Delle Bonner, Mexia 

Barbara Ann Brockman, Fort Worth 

Nancy Ruth Buchanan, Navasota 

Carolyn Carlton, Freeport 

Lauralyn Carlton, Freeport 

Nancy Cecelia Chernosky, Houston 

Carolyn Elizabeth Clayton, Houston 

Carol Eugenia Conway, Tyler 

Jan Campbell Cox, Alvin 

Harriet Cromwell, Taylor 

Judith Kay Danneberg, Temple 

Delia Duson, El Campo 

Kay Dyche, Alvin 

Jane Elizabeth Eichler, Brenham 

Wesley Carol Friend, Ozona 

Mary Beth Geary, Mountain Home, Ark. 

Mary Estelle Griffin, Houston 

Cherry Ann Guffin, Austin 

Linda Elizabeth Hankins, Houston 

Nancy Marilynn Helf, Austin 

JoAnn Hillje, New Braunfels 

Carroll Ann Hodges, Austin 

Betty Marie House, Austin 

Rosemary Clyde House, San Antonio 

Halaire Romaine Houston, San Antonio 

Patricia Jane Isbell, McAllen 

Margaret Charlyn Jancik, Houston 

Cynthia Ann Jones, San Antonio 

Margaret Elizabeth Jones, Houston 

Mary Ann Jones, Lake Charles, La. 

Nancy C. Jones, San Antonio 

Joy Elaine Jordan, Fredericksburg 

Ellen Zoe Kaufman, Austin 

Julianne Lane, Dallas 



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Lou Anne Langford, Mercedes 

Sylvia Louise Langston, Houston 

Diane Kay Leach, Austin 

Barbara D'Anne Levin, Tyler 

Sylvia Gail Livengood, Lockhart 

Marilyn Marshall, Temple 

Nancy Jo Martin, Corpus Christi 

Beverly Ann Mell, Austin 

Julia Ann Moffett, Houston 

Linda Montgomery, Dallas 

Judith Anne Moriniere, Houston 

Patricia Ann Morrow, Houston 

Martha Lee Mueller, Houston 

Nancy Nielsen, Edcouch 

Betty Lou Nowotny, Austin 

Mary Beth Oliver, Austin 

Becca Jean Orchard, Houston 

Tucean Virginia Pennington, Dallas 

Patty Vaughan Ramby, San Antonio 

Rebecca Stuart Red, Alvin 

Sandra E. Riley, Corsicana 

Sharon Virginia Rives, Corpus Christi 

Mary Lucille Royal, Menard 

Joyce Elaine Schiller, Austin 

Mary Lou Schuenemann, Houston 

Carolyn Seay, Austin 

Elizabeth Houston Smallwood, Houston 

Juliasue Stafford, Wharton 

Sara Jane Streater, Lake Charles, La. 

Beverly Gail Thompson, Port Arthur 

Ray Davis Torian, Goliad 

Florence DeLain Trimble, Houston 

Carol Ruth Tryling, Houston 

Diane Melva Uetrecht, Victoria 

Janice Lee Vaught, Dallas 

Jane Elizabeth Von Dohlen, Goliad 

Carolyn Wood Waller, Austin 

Virginia Lee Walter, Austin 

Pris Warren, San Antonio 

Jane Watson, Austin 

Gretchen Elizabeth Werner, Houston 

Ernestine White, Beaumont 

Alice Mildred Wright, Houston 

Mary Catherine Ziller, Beaumont 



Top Row: Hodges, B. House, R. House, Houston, Humphrey. 

Second Row: Isbell, Jancik, Jenkins, Jochimsen, M. E. Jones. 

Third Row: M. A. Jones, Jordan, Kaufman, Kessler, Kiecke. 

Fourth Row: Kieke, Kilday, Kilpatrick, Koen, Lancaster. 

Fifth Row: Lane, Langford, Langston, Leach, Levin. 

Sixth Row: Livengood, Lyte, Maddox, Males, Marshall. 

Seventh Row: H. Martin, N. Martin, Moffett, Montgomery, Moriniere. 

Eighth Row: Morrow, Nelson, Nielsen, Nowotny, Oliver. 

Ninth Row: Parker, Pattillo, Pearson, Pennington, Pettit. 

Tenth Row: Rabon, Ramby, Red, Reeves, Riley. 

Eleventh Row: Royal, Rutherford, Schiller, Schienemann, Seay. 

Twelfth Row: Sharpe, Smallwood, Stafford, Streater, Taylor. 

Thirteenth Row: Thompson, Tolve, Toone, Torian, Tryling. 

Fourteenth Row: Uetrecht, Vaught, Von Dohlen, Walker, Waller. 

Fifteenth Row: Walter, C. Watson, J. Watson, Weant, Weir. 

Sixteenth Row: Werner, Wible, Worff, Wright, Ziller. 

PAOE209 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1925 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1909 



Fall 

MARILYN SUE GOLDSTEIN 
SARA ADEL APPLEBAUM . 
MARTHA Jo BERGEL 
CAROL ANN WEINER 
ISABEL GERSON 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

MARILYN SUE GOLDSTEIN 
SARA ADEL APPLEBAUM 
MARTHA Jo BERGEL 
CAROL ANN WEINER 
ISABEL GERSON 



PLEDGES 



Rosamond Amy Cohen, Houston 
Louise Carol Davis, San Antonio 
Ruth Su Dubinsky, Clayton, Mo. 
Ilene Doris Gallop, University City, Mo. 
Gail Judy Gold, San Antonio 
Mary Lynn Goldsmith, Tyler 
Judith Ann Gordon, Denver, Colo. 
Sara Ann Gross, Tyler 

Marlene Glenda 



Sharon Elaine Katz, Corpus Christi 
Lynda Lee Klein, Texas City 
Glenda Lynn Lerner, Houston 
Roxana Olga Michael, San Antonio 
Judith Lee Segall, Houston 
Carol Lois Shaffron, Kenosha, Wis. 
Sherrye Lyn Sigman, Denver, Colo. 
Joan Cecile Tarses, Houston 
Yellen, Houston 



SPRING PLEDGE 

Phyllis Markam, Houston 




Top Row: Applebaum, Baum, Bergel, Bloomberg, Burstyn, Daniels. 
Second Row: Davis, Descnberg, Dubinsky, Frosch, Gallop, Gastman. 



PACE 210 





MEMBERS 



Sara Adel Applebaum, Fort Worth 
Zetta Jo Baum, Mercedes 
Martha Jo Bergel, San Antonio 
Sally Ann Bloomberg, Chicago, 111. 
Margie Burstyn, Austin 
Mary Lou Daniels, Corsicana 
Dianne Desenberg, Houston 
Carol Diane Frosch, Houston 
Nancy Sue Gastman, St. Paul, Minn. 
Isabel Gerson, Shreveport, La. 
Marilyn Sue Goldstein, Fort Worth 
Sandra Roslyn Jacobs, San Antonio 
Gwenda Lynn Jacobson, Waco 
Barbara Ellen Jankower, Rayne, La. 
Marlene Audrey Klein, Texas City 
Myrna Joy Koppelman, Houston 



Barbara Elen Lackshin, Houston 
Lelya Joy Levy, Shreveport, La. 
Lynne Lipsitz, Waco 
Jane Loeb, Sweetwater 
Judith Rosenfield, Houston 
Saranne Rosenzweig, Houston 
Sandra Rose Rubin, Kansas City, Mo. 
Sandra Lee Shopmaker, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Edith Lynn Smallberg, 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Rosalie Ann Sobolovitz, Chicago, 111. 
Joyce Lynn Streusand, Bellaire 
Carol Ann Weiner, Austin 
Naomi Marcia Wolens, Shreveport, La. 




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Top Row: Gerson, Gold, Goldsmith. 
Second Row: Goldstein, Gordon, Gross. 
Third Row: Jacobs, Jacobson, Jankower. 
Fourth Row: Katz, L. Klein, M. Klein. 
Fifth Row: Koppelman, Lackshin, Lerner. 
Sixth Row: Levy, Lipsitz, Michael. 
Seventh Row: Rosenfield, Rubin, Segall. 
Eighth Row: Shaffron, Shopmaker, Smallberg. 
Ninth Row: Sobolovitz, Streusand, Tarses. 
Tenth Row: Wolens, Yellen. 



PACE 211 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1940 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1904 



Fall 

Jo ANN MYRICK . 
PATSY CLAY SMITH 
RUTHMARY RAMSEY . 
SHIRLEY CLAIRE WARD 
MARY PATRICIA SMITH 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

Jo ANN MYRICK 
PATSY CLAY SMITH 
RUTHMARY RAMSEY 
SHIRLEY CLAIRE WARD 
MARY PATRICIA SMITH 



PLEDGES 



Ann Aylesworth, Austin 

Linda Biesele, Ashland, Mass. 

Annette Esther Branch, Pharr 

Ruth Jane Castor, Houston 

Dian Duryea, Bellaire 

Billie Jo Ferguson, Austin 

Mary Lee Green, Cuero 

Laura Rosemary Heath, San Antonio 

Martha Jo Henry, Austin 

Peggy Anne Laudan, Austin 

Theodora Carter 



Susan Anne Lieberman, Houston 
Barbara Chandler Martin, Washington. D. C. 
Arlene Michelle McClung, Odessa 
Shirley Ann Miller, Houston 
Sandra Jane Moran, Temple 
Sandra Faye Nelson, Corpus Christi 
Rosanne Dorothy Smith, San Antonio 
Roslyn Starlett Smith, Houston 
Jane Frances Spacek, Granger 
Cynthia Ann Tlucek, Houston 
Vanderwerth, Ledbetter 




Top Row: Arick, Biesele, Branch, Brennan, Brent, Castor. 

Second Row: Cole, Curtin, B. Davis, D. Davis, Ferguson, Fones, Gardescu. 



PAOI 212 




Ann Elaine Arick, Midland 
Patricia Ann Brennan, Houston 
Carol Myrnell Brent, Beaumont 
Beverly Ann Cole, Houston 
Martivee Carol Curtin, Houston 
Betty Lynn Davis, Austin 
Diane Davis, Houston 
Betty Lynn Fones, Houston 
Ana Gardescu, Houston 
Sandra Sue Grant, Beaumont 
Linda Beth Grumbles, Atlanta 
Gladys Jean Hogan, Kyle 
Ann Huffington, Houston 
Winifred Mary Irby, Houston 
Louise LaBauve, Austin 
Carmen Littlefield, Houston 
Judith Voss Lovejoy, Dallas 
Annette Maples, Longview 
Azalea Rita Mays, Seguin 
Janis McFarland, Austin 
Maria Antoniet Medina, Killeen 
Jo Ann Myrick, Sulphur Springs 



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MEMBERS 



JoAn Roberta Novotny., Houston 

Laura Mary Oberwetter, Harlingen 

Harriet Eleanor Olsen, Austin 

Bettina Philamena Pietrantonio, Houston 

Ruthmary Ramsey, Fort Worth 

Betty Ann Renken, Robstown 

Verna Sue Risinger, Sour Lake 

Sylvia Diana Schofield, Austin 

Mary Patricia Smith, San Marcos 

Patsy Clay Smith, Austin 

Sandra Staton, Austin 

Angela Annette Steinle, Jourdanton 

Mona Marie Struve, Abernathy 

Marjorie Marie Thomson, 
Lake Charles, La. 

Suzanne Margaret Thornhill, Dallas 
Shirley Claire Ward, Abernathy 
Karen Sue Wheeler, Winnsboro 
Patricia Ann White, Austin 
Doris Roberta Woolsey, Liberty 
Myrna Lois Wylie, Houston 
Claudetta Young, Austin 



i Row: Grant, Green, Grumbles, Heath. 
Second Row: Henry, Hogan, Huffington, Irby. 
Third Row: LaBauve, Laudan, Lieberman, Littlefield. 
Fourth Row: Maples, Martin, Mays, McClung. 
Fifth Row: McFarland, Medina, Miller, Moran. 
Sixth Row: Myrick, Novotny, Oberwettcr, Olsen. 
Seventh Row: Pietrantonio, Renken, Risinger, M. Smith. 
Eighth Row: P. Smith, R. D. Smith, R. S. Smith, Spacek. 
Ninth Row: Steinle, Struve, Thomson, Thornhill. 
Tenth Row: Tlucek, Vanderwerth, Ward, Wheeler. 
Eleventh Row: White, Woolsey, Wylie, Young. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1941 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1897 




Fall 

BETTY ANN CAN FIELD 
CAROL BETH VILLARREAL . 
DOROTHY FRANCES DRAPER 
BARBARA GAYLE WHITE 
BETHANYANN BARGER . 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President. 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

ERNA RENE STRONG 
KATHRYN MICHAEL COVEY 
BARBARA KERFOOT SMYTH 
MILDRED RUTH DELK 
BETHANYANN BARGER 



PLEDGES 



Mary Karen Blume, Wichita, Kan. 
Mary Eleanor Brace, Austin 
Betty Ruth Burnett, Austin 
Dolores Ann Carr, Austin 
Ruth Ann Cook, Austin 
Linda Diane Durrett, Austin 



Bonner Helene Gladney, Mississippi City, Miss. 

Nancy Lynn Hornburg, Austin 

Phyllis Joan Kemp, San Antonio 

Wendy Lee Miller, Austin 

Kathelene Ellen Sauls, Orange 

Patricia Ann Sims, Austin 



Deana Ray Stockard, Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 
Carlene Elizabeth Bunce, Austin Harriet Ann McMeans, Austin 



PACE 214 



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MEMBERS 

Bethanyann Barger, Dallas 

Betty Ann Canfield, San Antonio 
Anne Barker Cherry, Marshall 
Kathyrn Michael Covey, Austin 
Retta Davis, Austin 

Mildred Ruth Delk, Conroe 

Dorothy Frances Draper, Houston 
Myrle Finck, Austin 

Emily Jo Flachmeier, Austin 
Dorothy Jean Hello, Austin 
Margaret Ann Knox, Austin 
Marion Etheridge Knox, Bertram 
Ethel Lorene Mauch, Gregory 

JoAnn Dean McLaughlin, Wharton 
Mary Carolyn Richardson, Austin 
Barbara Kerfoot Smyth, Portland 
Golda Lynn Spillman, Austin 
Erna Rene Strong, Austin 
Carol Beth Villarreal, Austin 
Barbara Gayle White, Dallas 



Top Row: Barger, Brace, Burnett. 
Second Row: Canfield, Carr, Cherry. 
Third Row: Cook, Covey, Delk. 
Fourth Row: Draper, Durrett, Flachmeier. 
Fifth Row: Gladney, Hello, Hornburg. 
Sixth Row: Kemp, M. A. Knox, M. E. Knox. 
Seventh Row: Mauch, McLaughlin, Miller. 
Eighth Row: Richardson, Sauls, Sims. 
Ninth Row: Smyth, Spillman, Stockard. 
Tenth Row: Strong, Villarreal, White. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1920 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1872 

FACULTY 

MARY ERNESTINE GOLDMANN, Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
GOLDIE HORTON PORTER, Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
JOAN TEMPLAR SMITH, Instructor in Music 



Fall 

CONSTANCE ANN MAYES 
ELINOR CLYDE DRAKE . 
MARY KATE SURRATT 
MARY ALICE GUARIN . 
BARBARA NAN WILKINSON 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 



Spring 

JOSEPHINE GEORGETTE NOCKOLDS 
JANE ALICE MOONEY 
CAROLYN WILLIAMS 
LINDA GAIL GILMORE 
BARBARA KAY CLINE 



PLEDGES 



Martha Jean Beaty, Fort Worth 
Carolyn Christine Bock, Austin 
Catherine Lee Brown, Gatesville 
Janice Claire Brown, Dallas 
Melinda Louise Burkhart, La Marque 
Diana Cain, Austin 
Peggy E. Coe, Tomball 
Patsy Ann Daffern, Stamford 
Miriam Elizabeth Doles, Austin 
Jacqueline Ann Duncan, Abilene 
Catharine Clark Eden, Houston 
Judith Ann Ferguson, McAllen 
Thetis LaRue Foust, Morton 
Lynn Isabella French, Dallas 
Judith Janelle Greenway, Houston 
Sandra Elaine Greer, McAllen 
Patricia Sue Hardy, Bay City 
Sybil Louise Harrell, Groom 
Frances Henslee, Galveston 
Sarah Henslee, Galveston 
Shannon Howard, Dallas 
Judith Lee Johnson, Austin 
Shelley Francis Kalmbach, Austin 
Caroline Jean Kubala, East Bernard 
Regina Mary Maloney, Austin 



Patricia Ann Mathis, Hearne 
Judith English Morehead, Austin 
Elizabeth Gail Passmore, San Antonio 
Carol Jean Patterson, Austin 
Molly Lynn Pearson, Jacksonville 
Rose Mary Prince, Village Mills 
Donna Marlene Pringle, Austin 
Roxana Proctor, Victoria 
Dixie Ann Proffitt, New Braunfels 
Mary Eden Ritter, Austin 
Patricia Jo Roberts, Houston 
Ann George Robertson, Fort Worth 
Frances Ann Seelke, Houston 
Janice Sue Shofner, Harlingen 
Mary Louise Simpson, Paris 
Lois Elizabeth Stubbs, Galveston 
Luella Hope Taylor, Houston 
Nancy Byrd Tennent, Houston 
Harolyn Jean Thomas, Stephenville 
Barbara Jean Thompson, Austin 
Cynthia Ann Timberlake, Victoria 
Susan Louise VanWinkle, Austin 
Carolyn Williams, Dallas 



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Top Row: Alexander, Andrews, Baggett, Bassett, Beard, Beaty, Bertram, Blachly, Black, Bock, C. Brown. 
Second Row: J. Brown, Burkhart, Cain, Casbeer, Clark, Cline, Coe, Coleman, Gotten, Cullinan, Daffern. 
Third Row: Doles, Donaghey, Douglass, Drake, Duncan, Eden, Embree, Fagan, Fenwick, Ferguson, Foust. 
Fourth Row: Frazier, L. French, N. French, Gildart, Gilmore, Gisher, Greenway, Greer, Griffith, Guarin, Harrell. 



PATE 216 




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MEMBERS 



Claire Louise Alexander, Austin 

Gwendolyn Sue Andrews, Bryan 

Jessica Baggett, Fort Worth 

Beverly Ann Bassett, Whitewright 

Elsie Maryan Beard, Bryan 

Carol Charlotte Bertram, Houston 

Patricia Ann Blachly, Austin 

Connie Winslow Black, Corpus Christi 

Bette Brewster, Corpus Christi 

Catherine Casbeer, Lampasas 

Marilyn Patricia Clark, Corpus Christi 

Helen Lysbeth Claunts, Houston 

Barbara Kay Cline, Midland 

Betsy Inez Coleman, Bay City 

Eleanor Mills Gotten, Victoria 

Margaret Mary Cullinan, Laredo 

Sydney Ann Donaghey, West Columbia 

Lynne Douglass, Corpus Christi 

Elinor Clyde Drake, Wellington 

Mary Ellen Embree, Austin 

Katheryn Pagan, Fort Worth 

Mary Kathryn Fenwipk, Birmingham, Mich. 

Marilyn Adele Frazier, Stephenville 

Nancy Ruth French, Dallas 

Sandra Gildart, San Antonio 

Linda Gail Gilmore, Newgulf 

Annabelle Lee Gisher, Dallas 

Gay Maurine Griffith, Corpus Christi 

Mary Alice Guarin, Houston 

Gloria Jean Henson, Houston 

Janis Janeil Hooten, Austin 

Linda Marie Jackson, Clifton 

Mary James Jacobs, Texas City 

Sandra Cartwright Kardell, San Augustine 

Olive Anne Keenan, Galveston 

Mary Glyn Kittle, Houston 

Pauline Ann Kubala, East Bernard 

Sylvia Anne Lacey, Dallas 

Patricia Ann Laird, Tomball 

Margaret Lee Land, Dallas 

Joan Sue Young, 



Mary Jean Lantz, Port Arthur 
Wilma Nell Logan, Palestine 
Ann Yvonne Lotspeich, Robstown 
Margaret Ann Martin, Houston 
Constance Ann Mayes, San Antonio 
Nina June McCain, Brenham 
Patricia Lucille Meyer, Victoria 
Darlena Rae Miller, Tomball 
Jane Alice Mooney, Dallas 
Harolyn Marcelle Moore, Austin 
Margaret Maurine Motter, Bryan 
Mary Lynn Mullendore, Fort Worth 
Elizabeth Ann Mullenix, Corpus Christi 
Sue Howard Nicholls, San Antonio 
Josephine Georgette Nockolds, Houston 
Jenny Lind Olsson, Dallas 
Dixie Juanita Park, Caracas, Venezuela 
Sue Parsons, Fort Worth 
Jean Ellen Pepper, Dallas 
Gladys Margene Polk, Lufkin 
Maryllyn Anne Powell, Dallas 
Glenda Lee Power, Fort Worth 
Bette Ann Pringle, Dallas 
Frances Ann Riemann, Brownsville 
Margaret Ann Rose, Dallas 
Sara Ross, Lufkin 
Constance Jean Scott, Midland 
Nora Elizabeth Silverthorn, Austin 
Barbara Sue Smith, San Antonio 
Helen Anne Stovall, Muleshoe 
Mary Kate Surratt, Panhandle 
Jamie Sutton, Longview 
Beverly Ann Thornton, Bay City 
Sue Wason, Texas City 
Gloria Dane Watson, Brady 
Frances Cecile Whall, San Antonio 
Barbara Nan Wilkinson, Gatesville 
Mary Jane Wilkinson, Houston 
Mary Ellen Woodruff, Houston 
Janice King Woods, Seguin 
Houston 



Top Row: F. Henslee, S. Henslee, Henson, Hooten, Howard. 

Second Row: Jackson, Jacobs, Johnson, Kalmbach, Kardell. 

Third Row: Keenan, Kittle, C. Kubala, P. Kubala, Lacey. 

Fourth Row: Laird, Land, Lantz, Logan, Lotspeich. 

Fifth Row: Maloney, Martin, Mathis, Mayes, McCain. 

Sixth Row: Meyer, Miller, Mooney, Moore, Motter. 

Seventh Row: Mullendore, Mullenix, Nicholls, Nockolds, Olsson. 

Eighth Row: Park, Parsons, Passmore, Patterson, Pearson. 

Ninth Row: Pepper, Polk, Powell, Power, Prince. 

Tenth Row: B. Pringle, D. Pringle, Proctor, Proffitt, Riemann. 

Eleventh Row: Ritter, Roberts, Robertson, Rose, Ross. 

Twelfth Row: Scott, Seelke, Shofner, Silverthorn, Simpson. 

Thirteenth Row: Smith, Stovall, Stubbs, Surratt, Sutton. 

Fourteenth Row: Taylor, Tennent, Thomas, Thompson, Thornton. 

Fifteenth Row: Timberlake, VanWinkle, Wason, Watson, Whall. 

Sixteenth Row: B. Wilkinson, M. Wilkinson, Woods, Woodruff, Young. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1895 



FACULTY 
JANICE CAROLYN CRANING, Instructor in Home Economics 



Fall 

SANDRA LEE MOORE 
CAROL ANN EASON 
SUZANNE PORTER . 
MARILYN BARRON . 
GINGER ROBERSON . 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 






Spring 

GAYLA CRAIG 
KAY ELLEN ST. GERMAIN 
ALICE WESLEY GUNSTREAM 
MARY ANN BASS 
JUDITH LYNN EASON 



PLEDGES 



Carolyn Kay Almond, Del Rio 

Betty Jane Alsbrooks, Dallas 

Betty Ann Bartholomew, Richardson 

Jane Lee Blessing, Mineral Wells 

Patsy Faith Bostick, Port Arthur 

Sandra Muriel Brazil, Port Arthur 

Jessie Eugenia Carter, Houston 

Diane Lee Cowell, Houston 

Marilyn Ann Dashiell, Houston 

Susan Day Deanovich, Houston 

Sandra Jean Dias, Baytown 

Ruth Henrietta Dryden, Robstown 

Susannah Vincent Dye, Plainview 

Barbara Kay Ekblad, Houston 

Charla Jean Elliott, Houston 

Mary Louise Erskine, Midland 

Judith Marie Ewing, Corpus Christ! 

Deliah Ann Fleming, College Station 

Annes Yvonne Geis, Houston 

Virginia Elizabeth Hall, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Karolcn Holsomback, Crystal City 

Leila Nancy Jacobsen, Sulphur Springs 

Margaret Ann Jarry, Houston 

Sharon Johnson, Austin 



Harriette Almira Jones, Greggton 
Carole Stewart Keeton, Austin 
Julia Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, Houston 
Elizabeth Ann Klein, Harlingen 
Janice Lee Knippa, San Antonio 
Shirley Ann McBride, Houston 
Mary Katherine McConchie, Taylor 
Linda Louise McMahan, Stephenville 
Merlenna MehafTey, Waco 
Nellwyn Nancy Murphy, Houston 
Jane Adelee Olson, Angleton 
Eliza Jane Payne, Austin 
Zelda Reed, Austin 

Marian Elizabeth Robertson. Wichita Falls 
Sandra Jeanne Sager, Corpus Christi 
Sandra Lee Sanders, Center 
Lou Dillon Schoolcraft, Houston 
Sharon Sue Sears, Dallas 
Sandra Ann Simmons, Dallas 
Suzan Gray Twyman, Houston 
Margaret Carol Vanderwoude, Dallas 
Bonnie Van Griethuysen, Houston 
Judith Kay Van Horn, San Antonio 
Betty Watson, Austin 



Carol Griffin, Dallas 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Jo Ann Watkins, Texas City 




Top How: Agnew, Almond, Alsbrooks, Anderson, Atwood, Baker, Barren, Bass, Bauer, Belcher, B. Bitter. 
Second Row: N. Bitter, Blessing, Bonham, Borden, Bostick, Brandstetter, Brazil, Martha Burkhalter, Mary Burk- 

halter, Burton, Cantwell. 

Third Row: Cargill, Cartee, Carter, Casmere, Chamberlin, Chance, Cook, Cowell, D. Craig, G. Craig, Crippcn. 
Fourth Row: Cummins, Cuno, Dashiell, Dawson, Deanovich, Dias, Dorbandt, Dryden, Dye, C. Eason, J. Eason, 

Ekblad. 

fifth Row: Elliott, Erskine, Eschenburg, Ewing, Fleming, Fortescue, Franklin, Gaunt, Geis, Gregg, Grubb, Gun- 
stream. 



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MEMBERS 



Sandra Suzanne Agnew, Corpus Christ! 
Leonora Gertrude Anderson, Texarkana 
Frances Evelyn Atwood, Tyler 
Beverly Kay Baker, Bellaire 
Marilyn Barren, San Benito 
Mary Ann Bass, Freeport 
Betsy Hopper Bauer, Seguin 
Willie Ellen Belcher, Del Rio 
Barbara Hunsdon Bitter, San Antonio 
Nancy Joan Bitter, San Antonio 
Lelia Claire Bonham, Sulphur Springs 
Phyllis Ann Borden, Texas City 
Ann Brandstetter, San Antonio 
Martha Jean Burkhaltcr, Austin 
Mary Jane Burkhalter, Austin 
Annelle Rhea Burton, Brownwood 
Carolyn Cantwell, Dallas 
Clara Paula Cargill, Longview 
Almalee Cartee, Coral Gables, Fla. 
Suzanne Casmere, San Antonio 
Patricia Brown Chamberlin, Waxahachie 
Suellen Chance, Texarkana 
Sally Frommeyer Cook, San Antonio 
Dede Bidean Craig, Groom 
Gayla Craig, Austin 
Connie Lou Crippen, Fort Worth 
Diana Kay Crow, Austin 
Nelda Ann Cummins, Austin 
Carol Catherine Cuno, San Antonio 
Mary Jane Dawson, Crockett 
Virginia Ann Donohoo, Plainview 
Helen Ann Dorbandt, Conroe 
Carol Ann Eason, Cleveland, Miss. 
Judith Lynn Eason, Cleveland, Miss. 
Martha Jane Eschenburg, Floresville 
Marie Estelle Fields, Weslaco 
Patsy Fincher, Waxahachie 
Emily Phillips Fortescue, Port Arthur 
Joan Marie Franklin, Baytown 
Sandra Faith Fuller, Port Arthur 
Mary Marsha Gaunt, Houston 
Maxine Graham, San Antonio 
Noel Virginia Gregg, Kerrville 
Carole Diane Grubb, Houston 
Alice Wesley Gunstream, Dallas 
Marilyn Estelle Hagen, Houston 
Betty Baker Hartshorn, Fort Worth 
Katharine Harwell, Amarillo 
Marianne Helms, Houston 
Joan Kay Hiett, Dallas 
Jo Marie Hill, Fort Worth 
Marjorie Elizabeth Hilton, Houston 
Janet Loal Howard, Fort Worth 
Carlene Johnson, Austin 
Emory Kelley, Houston 



Frances Ruth King, Austin 

Joy Elizabeth Kirkland, Wichita Falls 

Ellen Katheryn Kirksey, Waco 

Jean Carolyn Kobe, Austin 

Carol Ann Koch. Houston 

Jane Deborah Leak, Dallas 

Mary Sue Line, Texarkana 

Lera Josephine Lingo, Houston 

Billie Little, Breckenridge 

Barbara Carol Love, Dallas 

Roberta Ann Love, Dallas 

Melonye Anne Lowe, Jacksonville 

Sally Ann Mahon, Lubbock 

Patricia Jo Martin, Amarillo 

Carole Lynn May, Fort Worth 

Linda McDougle, Jacksonville 

Johnanna McFarland, Lubbock 

Marsha Kay Meredith, Houston 

Diana Candace Milam, San Antonio 

Phoebe Kaye Monroe, Longview 

Sandra Lee Moore, Austin 

Mary Susan Nesbit, Dallas 

Janet Newton, Jacksonville 

Colleen Mary O'Connor, Austin 

Mabry Ida Otto, New Braunfels 

Patricia Padgett, San Antonio 

Peggy Louise Parker, Dallas 

Beverly Sue Peel, Corpus Christ! 

Lucinda Ann Porter, Dallas 

Suzanne Porter, Lubbock 

Cynthia Anne Powell, Temple 

Paula Jo Rainey, San Antonio 

Ginger Roberson, Brownsville 

Carolyn Diane Ross, Azle 

Kay Ellen St. Germain, Bellaire 

Emily Charlotte Sanders, Fort Worth 

Elizabeth Shaw, Brownwood 

Sandra Skelton, Temple 

Barbara Alleen Smith, Dallas 

Gretchen Leah Smith, Waxahachie 

Sally Elizabeth Spears, San Antonio 

Martha Janice Spickard, Dallas 

Ann Watson Stevens, Houston 

Emily Sue Stinson, Greenville 

Sidney Christine Stone, Lubbock 

Cynthia Helene Straughan, San Antonio 

Patricia Ann Trimble, San Antonio 

Jarrett Bernice Vogan, Alvin 

Sharon Sue Voyles, Austin 

Nancy Lee Walker, Houston 

Betty Ann Waters, Dallas 

Rena Gene Weisinger, Conroe 

Mary Ann Whitham, Tyler 

Patricia Louise Wren, Longview 

Ellen Bond Zimmerman, San Antonio 



Top Row: Hagen, Hall, Hartshorn, Harwell, Hiett. 

Second Row: Hill, Hilton, Howard, Jacobsen, Jarry. 

Third Row: C. Johnson, S. Johnson, Jones, Keeton, Kelley. 

Fourth Row: King, Kirkland, Kirkpatrick, Kirksey, Klein. 

Fifth Row: Knippa, Kobe, Leak, Line, Lingo. 

Sixth Row: Little, B. Love, R. Love, Lowe, Mahon. 

Seventh Row: Martin, May, McBride, McConchie, McDougle. 

Eighth Row: McFarland, McMahan, Mehaffey, Milam, Moore. 

Ninth Row: Nesbit, Newton, O'Connor, Otto, Padgett. 

Tenth Row: Payne, Peel, Porter, Powell, Rainey. 

Eleventh Row: Reed, Roberson, Robertson, Ross, Sager. 

Twelfth Row: St. Germain, S. Sanders, Sears, Shaw, Simmons. 

Thirteenth Row: Skelton, B. Smith, G. Smith, Spears, Spickard. 

Fourteenth Row: Stevens, Stinson, Stone, Trimble, Vanderwoude. 

Fifteenth Row: Van Griethuysen, Van Horn, Vogan, Voyles, Walker. 

Sixteenth Row: Waters, Weisinger, Whitham, Wren, Zimmerman. 



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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1912 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1888 

FACULTY 

BETTY JANE ALEXANDER, Instructor in Physical Health Education 
DOROTHY AYRES, Administrative Assistant, Office of Dean, 

College of Business Administration 

DOROTHY WATTS DEAN, Assistant to the Dean of Women 
JO CALDWELL MEYER, Senior Secretary, School of Journalism 






Fall 

EDITH ORR ELLIOTT 
EVELYN FRANCES PIETZSCH 
PATRICIA ANN WILCOX 
WANA LEE BROUGHTON 
MINNA FAY LAWRENCE 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

PATRICIA ANN WILCOX 
MIRIAM ANNE PAGE 
SYLVIA MAE METZ 
LILLIAN GAYLE WRIGHT 
MARY RUTH SHELDON 



PLEDGES 



Ann Adams, Waco 
Louella Baker, Fort Worth 
Carmine Marie Banks, Dallas 
Diana Davis Barwick, Nacogdoches 
Sally Anne Bell, Houston 
Patricia Dot Cafer, Corpus Christi 
Sarah Lee Clendenen, Henderson 
Kay Lynne Conrad, Dallas 
Dorothy Diane Davis, Dallas 
Suzanne Elizabeth DeHaes, Irving 
Ann Demming, Houston 
Margaret Anne Edwards, San Antonio 
Alison Worden Finney, Houston 
Patsy Jo France, Sulphur Springs 
Sarah Alice Gilmore, Nacogdoches 
Carol Kay Godfrey, Brownsville 
Carolyn Cole Gossett, Dallas 
Priscilla Louise Greene, Austin 
Mary Lou Hagood, Fort Worth 
Janice Kay Harkins, Taylor 
Annette Helwig, Austin 
Doris Carol Herring, Austin 
Nancy Ann Humble, Corpus Christi 
Ann Ashby Kinch, Austin 
Julia Ann Kramer, Odessa 



Martha Kay Kyger, Fort Worth 
Linda Carol Lackner, Houston 
Andrea Lyn Lewis, Austin 
Patricia Jane McAdams, Texarkana 
Charlotte Diane McDonald, Tulia 
Sally Jacquelyn McGee, Amarillo 
Gail McGinnis, Evelid, Ohio 
Sylvia Mae Metz, Houston 
Caroline Sara Moore, Kilgore 
Leona Louise Powell, Quanah 
Pamela Key Price, Lamesa 
Mary Hanna Renfro, Austin 
Carolyn Camille Robertson, San Antonio 
Doris Elaine Scott, Plainview 
Mary Elizabeth Seals, Dallas 
Florence Elizabeth Smith, Goldthwaite 
Sally Anne Stephenson, Beaumont 
Mary Susan Stevens, El Paso 
Nancy Ellen Thompson, Port Arthur 
Patricia Lee Wall, San Antonio 
Jimmie Dell Williams, El Dorado 
Margaret Karlene Williams, Austin 
Virginia Lee Williams, Houston 
Sue Ellen Young, Port Arthur 
Christine Zethraeus, Fort Worth 




Top Row: Adams, Baker, Banks, Bartow, Barwick, Bates, Bell, Bcnncr, Booth, Bourdon. 
Second Row: Bowser, Bramlett, Broughton, Brown, Bundy, Burkhart, Cafer, Cason, Clendenen, Collins. 
Third Row: Conrad, Davis, DeHaes, Delaney, Demming, Dobbs, M. Edwards, N. Edwards, Elliott, Finney. 
Fourth Row: France, Fulmer, Fuson, Gilmore, Godfrey, Gossett, Green, Greene, Hagood, Haire. 



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MEMBERS 



Susan Jane Allen, Fort Worth 

Billie Davant Armistead, San Antonio 

Frances Pope Bates, San Antonio 

Barbara Ann Bartow, Austin 

June Arleen Benner, Greenville 

Sue Anna Binney, College Station 

Annette Hilary Booth, Taylor 

Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon, Houston 

Martha Louise Bowser, Dallas 

Jerry Charlene Bramlet, Corpus Christi 

Wana Lee Broughton, Childress 

Betty Lynne Brown, Houston 

Janet Kathleen Buchanan, Texarkana 

Kay Tucker Bundy, Houston 

Patricia Burkhart, Houston 

Virginia Fay Carroll, Houston 

Linda Jean Cason, Rosenberg 

Suzanne Estelle Chandler, Austin 

Lucy Ann Collins, Waco 

Carole Jean Delaney, Lubbock 

Katherine Josephine Dobbs, Houston 

Nancy Elizabeth Edwards, San Antonio 

Edith Orr Elliott, McAllen 

Sally Joanne Emerson, Austin 

Charlotte Ann Fulmer, Nacogdoches 

Carol Fuson, Houston 

Mary Sharon Green, Childress 

Lynda Gayle Haire, Dallas 

Diane Louise Harris, Bryan 

Sammye Jo Haw, Atlanta 

Patsy Ruth Henry, San Antonio 

Judith Ann Hickman, Dallas 

Gloria Ann Hoffman, Houston 

Margaret Joan Hudson, Wichita Falls 

Ethelyn Claire Hudspeth, Houston 

Patricia Ann Huffman, Austin 

Martha King Hughes, Dallas 

Carol Lorraine Hurst, Houston 

Grace Nan Jennings, San Antonio 

Esther Margaret Jessen, Austin 

Florence Elaine Jones, Lubbock 

Carol Kelley, Bryan 

Minna Fay Lawrence, San Antonio 

Patricia Ann Loper, Beaumont 

Sue Carol Lotspeich, Fort Worth 

Mary Evelyn McClurkin, Oxford, Miss. 

Barbara McDaniels, Austin 

Virginia Louise McFarlane, Brownwood 

Judy Ann Mclnnis, Port Arthur 



Margaret Diane Melton, Houston 
Jan Evans Miller, Austin 
Marilyn Kay Miller, Dallas 
Marjorie Jean Miller, Midland 
Sara Kathrin Moers, Houston 
Sarah Jean Moore, Houston 
Mary Gail Murphy, Austin 
Patti Sue Murphy, Dallas 
Carolyn Anne Newman, San Antonio 
Roberta Gayle Norman, Austin 
Nancy Ann Oden, Houston 
Judy Dae Orchard, Houston 
Miriam Anne Page, Austin 
Evelyn Frances Pietzsch, Beaumont 
Nancy Norwood Pinson, Big Spring 
Marsha Ann Pogue, San Antonio 
Bette T. Craddock Pressler, Austin 
Dorothy Hill Puff, Austin 
Crystelle Conner Rapp, Austin 
Mary Marcia Rathjen, Brownsville 
Marianne Rawland, Cleburne 
Carol Ann Rawlinson, Jacksonville 
Margaret Scott Robinson, Dallas 
Mary Diane Roddie, Brady 
Mary Fay Ann Rushton, Mercedes 
Christine Satel, San Antonio 
Lou Ann Scott, Corpus Christi 
Kathryn Anne Setzler, El Campo 
Mary Ruth Sheldon, Houston 
Sherron Lynnettte Smith, Brady 
Sylvia Sue Strange, Dallas 
Lynn Bryant Sullivan, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Sally Adelle Sullivan, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Constance Louise Sundahl, Dallas 
Gretta Thomas, Dallas 
Linda Ellen Thompson, Port Arthur 
Jen Gary Tomlinson, Houston 
Jo Ann Turnbough, Lubbock 
Jann Turner, Austin 
Mary Ann Ward, Tyler 
Margaret Ann White, Dallas 
Mae Margaret Whitson, Midland 
Barbara Jean Wiedeman, Junction 
Patricia Ann Wilcox, Bryan 
Bessie Jane Wilkinson, Dallas 
Mary Tom Williams, Corpus Christi 
Lillian Gayle Wright, Abilene 



Top Row: Harkins, Harris, Haw, Helwig, Henry. 

Second Row. Hickman, Hoffman, Hudspeth, Huffman, Hughes. 

Third Row: Humble, Hurst, Jennings, Jessen, Jones. 

Fourth Row: Kelley, Kinch, Kramer, Kyger, Lackner. 

Fifth Row: Lawrence, Lewis, Lotspeich, McAdams, McDonald. 

Sixth Row: McFarlane, McGee, McGinnis, Melton, Metz. 

Seventh Row: J. Miller, M. K. Miller, Moers, C. Moore, S. Moore. 

Eighth Row: P. Murphy, Newman, Norman, Oden, Orchard. 

Ninth Row: Pietzsch, Pinson, Pogue, Powell, Pressler. 

Tenth Row: Price, Rawland, Rawlinson, Robertson, Rushton. 

Eleventh Row: Satel, D. Scott, L. Scott, Seals, Setzler. 

Twelfth Row: Sheldon, F. Smith, S. Smith, Stevens, Stephenson. 

Thirteenth Row: Strange, Sundahl, Thomas, L. Thompson, N. Thompson. 

Fourteenth Row: Tomlinson, Turner, Wall, Ward, White. 

Fifteenth Row: Whitson, Wiedeman, Wilcox, J. Williams, M. K. Williams. 

Sixteenth Row: M. T. Williams, V. Williams, Wright, Young, Zethraeus. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1938 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1873 

FACULTY 

ANNA MARIA CASWELL, Professor of Home Economics 
MARY GRANGER JAMES, Assistant Professor of Education 
NANCY McMEANS, Instructor in English 

SHEILA M. O'GARA, Associate Professor of Physical Training for Women 
JOSEPHINE HELEN STAAB, Professor of Home Economics 



Fall 

MARY MARGARET STALLINGS . 
ETHYL MARIA JOHNSON . 
RUTH FRANCES JOHNSON 
KATHERINE SUE GIBSON . 
MARGARET OLIVE WOESSNER . 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

MARY LELIA GRAIN 
JANET ALLISON 
VIRGINIA JEAN DURLAND 
ROBERTA LEE DOWNING 
NANCY KEY PARKS 



PLEDGES 



Patricia Virginia Aldrich, 

Fort Thomas, Ky. 
Mary Florence Ashburn, Dallas 
Georgia Annetta Bennett, Bellaire 
Patricia Anne Benin, Houston 
Carolyn Miriam Brown, Irving 
Phyllis Jean Calkins, Austin 
Paula Sue Carlisle, Dallas 
Nancy Lynn Clarkson, 

Corpus Christi 
Mary Clare Golfer, Houston 
Ann Chouteau Cremin, Midland 
Cindy Sue Dexter, Houston 
Dolores Eleanor Domning, 

Coral Gables, Fla. 
Wynnell R. Emery, Fort Worth 
Charlotte Ann Farmer, Houston 
Barbara Fitzpatrick, Austin 
Linda Melissa Fouraker, Bryan 
Margaret Ann Harrod, Austin 
Jill Harvey, Austin 
Nora Jean Hite, San Antonio 
Sue Lynn Hoipkemeier, Irving 
Carolyn Jean Hollis, Odessa 
Danna Hopson, Houston 
Carolyn Virginia Keelen, Austin 
Evelyn Elaine Maedgen, Mathis 
Carole Jean Majure, Houston 
Virginia Avery Mason, Dallas 

Carol Mae 



Sally McClure, Kirksville, Mo. 
Shirley Kay McKinley, Houston 
Maureen Miller, Houston 
Frances Eloise Newberry, 

Platte, Nebr. 

Linda Kay Nicholson, Houston 
Sally Noble, Dallas 
Alice Carolyn Norman, Bryan 
Diana Gail Parsons, Del Rio 
Jeris Jan Ferryman, Shreveport, La. 
Margaret Miles Pilcher, Kaufman 
Sarah Elizabeth Porter, Dallas 
Pamela Ellsworth Poulos, Dallas 
Patricia Elizabeth Pugh, 

San Antonio 
Sue Frances Robinson, 

Corpus Christi 

Lucy Jean Rogers, College Station 
Mary Evelyn Shelton, Austin 
Janiece Belle Simmons, Fort Worth 
Shirley Ann Snipes, Lockhart 
Betty Jean Stone, Mathis 
Marilyn Svadlenak, Thrall 
Nancy Elizabeth Thrift, Houston 
Jo Anne Walker, College Station 
Jeanette Carolyn Whitacre, Houston 
Jo Ann Whitley, Corpus Christi 
Karen Gail Wilkerson, Austin 
Peggy Jo Wright, Houston 
Wyckoff, Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Marjorie Ann McClenahan, Great Neck, N. Y. 
Linda Coytes Milam, Snyder Ella Jane Noyes, Kilgore 




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Top Row: Aldrich, Allison, Anderson, Ashburn, Balfanz, Bennett, Unni Lisi Berg, Berrien, Bohlmann, Bonin, 
Boyd, Bridges. 

Second Row: Brooks, Brown, Cage, Calkins, Call, Carlisle, Carson, Chaudoin, Churchill, Clarkson, Golfer, 
Cooper, Grain. 

Third Row: Cremin. Culbertson, Culpepper, R. Curry, B. Davis, M. Davis, S. Davis, Day, Dexter, Dohcrty, 
Domning, Dorn, Downing. 

Fourth Rou>: Dull. Durland, Emery, Fanning, Farmer, Farquhar, A. FitzGerald, J. FitzGerald, B. Fitzpatrick, 
M. Fitzpatrick, Flinders, Fouraker, Gibson. 



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Janet Allison, Houston 
Frances Mae Anderson, Norco, Calif. 
Barbara Jean Balfanz, Houston 
June Louise Berrien, Borger 
Carol Ann Bohlmann, San Antonio 
Marilyn Ann Boyd, Austin 
Barbara Earle Bridges, Houston 
Marinell Brooks, Hempstead 
Barbara Carol Cage, Eagle Pass 
Mary Elizabeth Call, Del Rio 
Katherine Elaine Carson, Midland 
Nita Suzanne Chaudoin, San Antonio 
Grace Anne Churchill, La Grange, 111. 
Melba Jean Cooper, Lockhart 
Mary Lelia Grain, Houston 
Carol Clark Culbertson, San Antonio 
Mary Lee Culpepper, Austin 
Annette Curry, Waxahachie 
Robinette Curry, Midland 
Barbara Ann Davis, Houston 
Marynelle Davis, Houston 
Shirley A. Davis, Dallas 
Joan Marie Day, Houston 
Zoe Ann Derden, Austin 
Diane Doherty, Houston 
Rosemary Dorn, Houston 
Roberta Lee Downing, Dallas 
Marilyn Joanne Dull, Houston 
Virginia Jean Durland, Dallas 
Hazel Ann Fanning, Wichita Falls 
Joan Carolyn Farquhar, Sinton 
Anne FitzGerald, Midland 
Joan FitzGerald, Midland 
Mary Alice Fitzpatrick, Austin 
Bonnie Jean Flinders, San Antonio 
Katherine Sue Gibson, Navasota 
Dora Eleanor Good, Tyler 
Mary Kathryn Gore, Bastrop 
Peggy Marcella Graham, Houston 
Sandra Len Griffith, San Antonio 
Nancy Lee Guyton, Midland 
Sandra Jean Hamilton, San Antonio 
Jane Birdwell Henderson, Cameron 
Olivia Anne Howe, Houston 

Linda 



MEMBERS 

Sarah Louise Hughston, Midland 
Betty Lee Johnson, Henderson 
Ethyl Maria Johnson, Henderson 
Ruth Frances Johnson, Pasadena 
Kay Linda Knox, Houston 
Barbara Jean LaRue, Austin 
Mary Hale Lauhon, Tulsa, Okla. 
Barbara Jean Massey, San Antonio 
Frieda Marcia McMahon, Fort Worth 
Mary Sue Mitchell, Evanston, 111. 
Ann Elaine Moody, Houston 
Patricia Ann Morrow, Austin 
Ann Mottley, Dallas 
Mary Lois Niebuhr, Navasota 
Ora Katherine Old, Corpus Christi 
Corinne Gray Orr, Kerrville 
Nancy Harwell Owen, San Antonio 
Nancy Key Parks, Houston 
Kay Nell Pearson, Austin 
Sarah Jean Penberthy, Bryan 
Nancy Hortense Pfluger, Taylor 
Mary Patricia Phillips, San Antonio 
Mary Lynn Pond, Bryan 
Marion Frances Rankin, Dallas 
Sondra Jeanne Rees, Odessa 
Dale Ann Reynolds, El Paso 
Georgia Mae Rogge, Robstown 
Gwendolyn Louise Rudolph, San Antonio 
Carole Mildred Schade, Edna 
Clara Gertrude Shugart, Dallas 
Suzanne Elizabeth Simons, Edna 
Laura Lou Smith, Artesia, N. M. 
Donna Maurine Spearman, El Paso 
Jacquelyn Malvina Spearman, El Paso 
Mary Margaret Stallings, Terrell 
Virginia Ann Steele, Paxton, 111. 
Janet Stokes, Phillips 
Sally Storms, Houston 
Paula Suzanne Thompson, Houston 
Mary Kathryn Tucker, Bowie 
Patricia Ann Ussery, Baytown 
Jacqueline Ann Whitaker, New Orleans, La. 
Betty Ann Willmann, San Antonio 
Margaret Olive Woessner, Houston 
Kay Yancey, Dallas 



Top Row: Good, Gore, Graham, Griffith, Guyton. 
Second Row: Hamilton, Harrod, Harvey, Henderson, Hite. 
Third Row: Hoipkemeier, Hollis, Hopson, Howe, Hughston. 
Fourth Row: B. Johnson, E. Johnson, R. Johnson, Keelen, Knox. 
Fifth Row: LaRue, Lauhon, Maedgen, Majure, Mason. 
Sixth Row: Massey, McClure, McKinley, Miller, Mitchell. 
Seventh Row: Morrow, Mottley, Newberry, Nicholson, Noble. 
Eighth Row: Norman, Parks, Parsons, Pearson, Ferryman. 
Ninth Row: Pfluger, Pilcher, Pond, Porter, Poulos. 
Tenth Row: Pugh, Rankin, Rees, Robinson, Rogers. 
Eleventh Row: Rogge, Rudolph, Schade, Shelton, Shugart. 
Twelfth Row: Simmons, Simons, Smith, D. Spearman, J. Spearman. 
Thirteenth Row: Stallings, Steele, Stokes, Stone, Storms. 
Fourteenth Row: Svadlenak, Thompson, Thrift, Tucker, Ussery. 
Fifteenth Row: Whitacre, Walker, Whitaker, Whitley, Wilkerson. 
Sixteenth Row: Willmann, Woessner, Wright, Wyckoff, Yancey. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1934 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1917 



Fall 

MARION BESS SIMON . 
GAIL HARRIET MOSKO 
JOAN B. SIMMS . 
BARBARA ANN FISH . 
SYLVIA SEMON FINE . 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 



Spring 

JOYCE HELENE LISSAUER 
SONDRA SEMON ROSEN 
JOAN B. SIMMS 
ELEANOR RUTH LEWIS 
SYLVIA SEMON FINE 



PLEDGES 



Diane A. Axelrad, Houston 

Arlene Gladys Berman, Houston 

Fern Diamond, Port Arthur 

Diane Carole Dwoskin, Atlanta 

Elka Fargotstein, Galveston 

Annette Fetter, Waco 

Carol Ann Fine, San Angelo 

Ricia Fox, Houston 

Janice Elaine Goldberg, Houston 

Joan Carol Greenberg, San Antonio 



Arlene Gail Horwitz, Houston 
Kathryn Ann Horwitz, Beaumont 
Natalie Krasnow, Beaumont 
Judith Ann Lieberman, Dallas 
Judith Carol Marcus, San Antonio 
Sara Jean Passiah, Houston 
Barbara Sue Schneider, Galveston 
Jacqueline Shapiro, Shreveport, La. 
Norma Udashen, Bryan 
Helene Rose Weintraub, Houston 



Carole Bloom, Dallas 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Rosalyn Brateman, Houston 
Sharon Jean Goldstein, Dallas 





Tap Row: Axelrad, Blatt, Berman, Braslau, Chaskin, Cozier. 

Second Row: Diamond, Falk, Fallek, Fargotstein, Fetter, C. Fine, S. Fine. 



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MEMBERS 

Rita Glenn Blatt, Dallas 

Phyllis Rae Braslau, Galveston 

Celine Golda Chaskin, Houston 

Patsy Sue Cozier, Wharton 

Rose Margaret Falk, Corpus Christ! 

Mildred Lynn Fallek, McAllen 

Sylvia Semon Fine, San Angelo 

Barbara Ann Fish, Sioux City, Iowa 

Judith B. Fradkin, Galveston 

Jacqueline Elaine Hyman, San Antonio 

Miriam Kaplan, Galveston 

Shirley Elaine Kochman, Dallas 

Elizabeth Ann Kolodny, Houston 

Barbara Rita Kovacs, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Sandra Rose Kriss, Dallas 

Eleanor Ruth Lewis, Houston 

Joyce Helene Lissauer, Dallas 

Barbara Lee Lit, Memphis, Tenn. 

Ethel Rae Miller, Dallas 

Gail Harriet Mosko, Denver, Colo. 

Dale Frieda Polland, Dallas 

Sandra Semon Rosen, Dallas 

Barbara Sue Rosenbloom, Nashville, Tenn. 

Leah Ray Plantowsky, Galveston 

Joan B. Simms, Indianola, Miss. 

Marion Bess Simon, El Paso 

Nancy Rae Zelinger, Denver, Colo. 



Top Row: Fish, Fox, Fradkin. 

Second Row: A. Horwitz, K. Horwitz, Hyman. 

Third Row: Kaplan, Kochman, Kolodny. 

Fourth Row: Krasnow, Lewis, Lieberman. 

Fifth Row: Lit, Marcus, Mosko. 

Sixth Row: Plantowsky, Polland, Rosen. 

Seventh Row: Rosenbloom, Shapiro, Simon. 

Eighth Row: Udashen, Weintraub, Zelinger. 



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Fall 

LENORE WATSON . 
STELLA MAUREEN BURNS 
SUE NELL HAMILTON . 
PATSY ANN WHORTON 
BETTY Lou FROM ME . 
MARY ELLEN BRANAN . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
First V ice-President 
Second V ice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 

PLEDGES 



Spring 

STELLA MAUREEN BURNS 
CAROLYN ANN THOMAS 
CAROL ELAINE MATHEWS 
JANET CHATELAIN 
CAROL ANN WARNER 
DOROTHY CAROLYN SANDLIN 



Ann Lea Ball, Fort Worth 
Barbara Ellen Barnes, Irving 
Sydney Jane Bass, Fort Worth 
Earle Ellington Bishop, Austin 
Wanda Jean Breed, Austin 
Mary Nan Carter, Baytown 
Carolyn Lee Coker, Houston 
Frances Katherine Franzen, Winnie 
Kathryn Adele Giddens, Austin 
Carol Jane Hailey, Harlingen 
Joyce Ray Johnson, Newgulf 
Lynda Joyce Jones, Stowell 
Lynne Frances Kutchback, Dallas 
Susan Lee Kutchback, Dallas 
Beryl Kathryn Lee, Austin 
Janie Mercille Lee, Port Arthur 
Priscilla Joyce Logan, Houston 
Verline Ann Luetge, Houston 
Adele Jewell Lyle, Corpus Christi 
Donna Beth McCormick, Eldorado 
Jewel Elyne Melton, Austin 
Janenne Jill Miller, Manhattan, Kan. 

Carolyn Ruth 



Sally Painter, Corpus Christi 
Nora Marie Parma, Belton 
Janet Octavia Peavy, Dallas 
Robbie Gene Pell, Houston 
Jeanne Marie Raney, Baytown 
Ruth Ann Rawlins, Cartagena, Colombia 
Dora Elizabeth Reagan, Brownsville 
Judie Anne Reaks, Austin 
Linda Joyce Richardson, Houston 
Julia Lacy Salter, Bay City 
Carolyn Ruth Savage, Dallas 
Mary Ann Snell, League City 
Dorothy Ann Stroup, Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 
Edith Diana Svadlenak, Round Rock 
Lillian Ann Tampke, Austin 
Billie Jean Traweek, Port Arthur 
Diana Vollintine, Fort Worth 
Janelle Warren, Austin 
Patricia Jean Watkins, Austin 
Mary Josephine Weber, Austin 
Dorris Gene Whitley, Corpus Christi 
Mary Charlene Whitstine, Corpus Christi 
Wilson, Austin 



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Top Row: Anderson, Austin, Ball, Barnes, Bass. Bishop, Bolton, Branan, Breed, Brown. 

Second Row: Burns, Camp, Carter, Chatclain, Cook, Dupre, Ekdahl, Franzen, Frommc, Giddens. 

Third Row: Hailey, Hallmark. Hamilton, Hartley, Heard, Heller, Hull, Hunter, A. Johnson, J. Johnson. 

Fourth Row: Jones, L. Kutchback, S. Kutchback, Kvinta, B. Lee, J. Lee, Logan, Leutge, Lyle, MacKenney. 



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Eleanor Marilyn Anderson, Dallas 

Janat Jaclynn Austin, San Antonio 

Kathryn Virginia Bolton, Dallas 

Mary Ellen Branan, Houston 

Rebecca Lynn Brown, San Antonio 

Stella Maureen Burns, Houston 

Joyce Nell Camp, Austin 

Janet Chatelain, Houston 

Ruth Ann Clift, Lubbock 

Elenor R. Cook, Houston 

Sylvia Jean Cooksey, Austin 

Catherine Belle Dupre, Austin 

Karin Louise Ekdahl, Villa Park, 111. 

Margaret Jeanne Focke, Bandera 

Betty Lou Fromme, Tynan 

Julie Hallmark, San Angelo 

Sue Nell Hamilton, Houston 

Carolyn Harris, Austin 

Janice Marie Hartley, San Antonio 

Lois Myrl Heard, Austin 

Sally Heller, Dallas 

Dolly Gale Hull, Jackson, Miss. 

Linda Jane Hunter, San Antonio 

Ann Johnson, Austin 

Emily Ann Kvinta, Yoakum 

Barbara Ann MacKenney, San Antonio 

Carol Elaine Mathews, Angleton 



Jane Ann Maxwell, Austin 
Rosemary McAdams, Winnie 
Judith Anne Newton, Dallas 
Carol Jean Peterson, Fort Worth 
Mary Pickett, Karnes City 
Dolores Nannette Pollock, San Antonio 
Kay Esther Ponder, Dallas 
Carol Ann Reinhackel, Austin 
Dorothy Carolyn Sandlin, Fort Worth 
Martha Ann Seals, Irving 
Patricia Sellars, Austin 
Helen Claire Shaner, Houston 
Ellen Ann Small, Rosenberg 
Barbara Lucille Smith, Port Neches 
Carolyn Ann Thomas, Houston 
Judith Anne Tuggey, Dallas 
Martha Jean Valliant, Sonora 
Marcia Anne Voyles, Bay City 
Carol Ann Warner, Austin 
Lenore Watson, Lake Charles, La. 
Sharolyn Watson, Athens 
Helen Elizabeth Wear, Dallas 
Ann LaNell Weber, Austin 
Velma Elizabeth White, Beaumont 
Patsy Ann Whorton, Austin 
Anna Carol Williams, Athens 
Deidre Wilson, Temple 



Top Row: Mathews, Maxwell, McAdams, McCormick. 
Second Row: Melton, Miller, Painter, Parma. 
Third Row: Peavy, Pell, Peterson, Pickett. 
Fourth Row: Ponder, Raney, Rawlins, Reagan. 
Fifth Row: Reaks, Reinhackel, Richardson, Salter. 
Sixth Row: Sandlin, Savage, Seals, Sellars. 
Seventh Row: Shaner, Smith, Snell, Stroup. 
Eighth Row: Svadlenak, Tampke, Thomas, Traweek. 
Ninth Row: Tuggey, Valliant, Vollintine, Voyles. 
Tenth Row: Warner, Warren, Watkins, L. Watson. 
Eleventh Row: S. Watson, Wear, A. Weber, M. Weber. 
Twelfth Row: White, Whitley, Whitstine, Whorton. 
Thirteenth Row: Williams, C. Wilson, D. Wilson. 



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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1874 



FACULTY 

LORENA BAKER, Librarian III, Loan Desk 

HARRIET LOVE BLACKSTOCK, Senior Clerk, Physical Training for Women 
JANET ANDERSON MORSE, Instructor in Physical Training for Women 
LORA LEE PEDERSON, Director, Graduate School of Social Work 
EVELYN WELBORN, Research Scientist II, Physics 



Fall 

MARGARET HELEN TURPIN 
NEITA LEA FARLEY 
CAROLYN DURELLE SHANE 
LAVONA Jo LOE 
BETSY ANN GRUPE 
LAURA ELIZABETH FAULK . 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
First Vice-President 
Second V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer . 



Spring 

LAVONA Jo LOE 
CAROLYN JANE CAMPBELL 
CAROLYN DURELLE SHANE 
MARILYN JOAN LEWIS 
MARJORIE MENEFEE 
CLEO ANN BRITAIN 



PLEDGES 




Priscilla Elaine Adams, Dallas 
Elyndabeth Bailey, Houston 
Carolyn Ann Barnes, Austin 
Jan Bredt, Rockdale 
Elaine Bruce, Baytown 
Marylen Sue Butler, Houston 
Mary Ann Campbell, Dallas 
Marilu Carter, Corpus Christi 
Sara Maureen Conlin, Austin 
Constance Bess Conrow, Marshall 
Harriet Jane Diamond, Houston 
Margaret Arlene Doughtie, Brownsville 
Dorothy Carole Dye, Bay City 
Marian Lynette Fairey, Austin 
Barbara Anne Foster, Corpus Christi 
Carol Anne Freeman, Dallas 
Susann Gipson, Austin 
Martha Flo Harden, Atlanta 
Jamie Beth Hatch, San Antonio 
Brenda Claire Howard, Houston 
Jo Ann Leona Jones, Houston 
Phyllis Mary Joseph, Austin 
Jeffrey Janelle Kelly, Big Lake 
Kay King, Fort Worth 
Peggy Anne Knight, Houston 



Elizabeth Dell Langton, Port Arthur 
Judith Anne Laughlin, Dallas 
Virginia Scott Massey, Houston 
Barbara Ann May, Karnes City 
Betty Lynn McCormick, Dallas 
Jo Ann McMillan, Austin 
Nancy Pat Nelson, Austin 
Carol Jean Newcomer, Dallas 
Gwen Beth Nichols, Atlanta 
Patricia John Patterson, Houston 
Mary Joan Phillips, Corpus Christi 
Kay Darlene Piland, Austin 
Patricia Ann Price, San Antonio 
Carol Beth Roddie, Houston 
Mary Ann Shaw, Dallas 
Carolyn June Thomas, Pasadena 
Avis Andrea Tieber, Dallas 
Ann Kennedy Voight, Houston 
Katherine Wallace, Dallas 
Shirley Joyce Walters, Daingerfield 
Beverly Jean Ward, San Antonio 
Phyllis Anne Wiegand, San Antonio 
Marijo Williams, Irving 
Sylvia Eugenia Winston, Corpus Christi 
Julia Ann Woodson, Mineral Wells 



Suzanne Furneaux, Houston 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Roslyn Parrish, Marshall 




Top Row: Adams, Bailey, Baker, C. Barnes, K. Barnes, Beloate, Bredt, Britain, Bruce, M. Butler. 
Second Row: C. Campbell, M. Campbell, Carter, Cone, Conlin, Conrow, Craig, Grain, Diamond. 
Third Row: Dill. ml, Dixon, Doughtie, Duderstadt, Dupree, Dye, Eaton, Fairey, Farley. 
Fourth Row: Faulk, Foster, Fowler, Frank, Freeman, Garrett, Gebhart, Gipson, Glenney. 



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Mary Kay Baker, Dallas 

Betty Lu Ballard, Mission 

Kay Franklin Barnes, Austin 

Florence Beloate, Dallas 

Cleo Ann Britain, Winnipeg, Canada 

Ola Dowell Butler, Austin 

Carolyn Jane Campbell, Corpus Christi 

Wanda Rose Cockrell, Austin 

Nancy Lee Cone, Dallas 

Paula June Craig, Dallas 

Carol Ann Grain, Jacksonville 

Sandra Ann Dillard, Dallas 

Barbara Jane Dixon, Brentwood, Mo. 

Dorothy Kay Duderstadt, Corpus Christi 

Rose Diane Dupree, Gilmer 

Charlie Merle Eaton, Rule 

Neita Lea Farley, Houston 

Laura Elizabeth Faulk, San Antonio 

Marjorie Ann Fowler, Waxahachie 

Felicity Hill Frank, Austin 

Gail Garrett, Port Arthur 

Linda Marie Gebhart, Port Arthur 

Amy Jean Glenney, San Antonio 

Betsy Ann Grupe, Austin 

Bethlyn Jean Hand, Houston 

Linda Janice Hargrave, Arlington 

Trula Delle Harrison, Houston 

Patsy Ann Hatch, San Antonio 

Sammie Janis Jennings, Austin 



JoAnn Jimmerson, Crockett 
Janis Evers Jones, Paducah 
Nelma Ann Jones, Dallas 
Norma Ann Joseph, Austin 
Frances Elizabeth Kincaid, Crowell 
Kathryn H. Lanham, Austin 
Marilyn Joan Lewis, Dallas 
Lavona Jo Loe, Alice 
Faith Malmgren, Port Arthur 
Margo Mayfield, Austin 
Sandra Jean Mays, Atlanta 
Marjorie Menefee, Austin 
Esther Mitchell, Tulsa, Okla. 
Linda Patricia Moncure, Bastrop 
Linda Keyes Moore, Port Arthur 
Peggy Ruthe Newberry, Gonzales 
Leah Rae Olson, Elgin 
Peggy Ruth Peters, Houston 
Pat Lenore Pfeiffer, Houston 
Edna Frances Sample, Houston 
Davene Evon Schmidt, Harper 
Carolyn Durelle Shane, San Antonio 
Florence Beverley Solie, Houston 
Nancy Joyce Tieken, Austin 
Margaret Helen Turpin, Orange 
Marilyn Marie Vogt, Houston 
Sandra Victoria Wade, Austin 
Judith G. Williams, Houston 
Nancy Nell Williford, Fairfield 



Top Row: Grupe, Hand, Harden, Hargrave, Harrison. 

Second Row: J. Hatch, P. Hatch, Howard, Jimmerson, J. E. Jones. 

Third Row: J. A. Jones, N. Jones, N. Joseph, P. Joseph, Kelly. 

Fourth Row: Kincaid, King, Knight, Langton, Lanham. 

Fifth Row: Laughlin, Lewis, Loe, Malmgren, Massey. 

Sixth Row: May, Mays, McCormick, McMillan, Menefee. 

Seventh Row: Mitchell, Moncure, Moore, Nelson, Newberry. 

Eighth Row: Newcomer, Nichols, Olson, Patterson, Peters. 

Ninth Row: Pfeiffer, Phillips, Piland, Price, Roddie. 

Tenth Row: Sample, Schmidt, Shane, Shaw, Solie. 

Eleventh Row: Thomas, Tieber, Tieken, Turpin, Vogt. 

Twelfth Row: Voight, Wallace, Walters, Ward, Wiegand. 

Thirteenth Row: J. Williams, M. Williams, Williford, Winston, Woodson. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1870 

FACULTY 

CELIA ANN BUCHAN, Special Instructor in English 

MARY SNYDER KIRKPATRICK, Librarian III, Education and Philosophy 



Fall 

ANN CARLISLE JURECKA . 
JOSEPHINE DUVALL SCURRY 
PEGGY ANNE WEDDINGTON . 
VIRGINIA LEE PRICE 
RUTH KATHERINE FULWILER 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

RUTH CATHERINE COLWICK 
SANDRA ESQUIVEL 
BETTYE LYN WOMACK 
LINDA ANN TUCKER 
CAROL ANN RUGELEY 



PLEDGES 



Judith Janice Allred, Wichita Falls 
Linda Susan Bailey, Dallas 
Nancy Ann Blakeley, Dallas 
Sue Blevins, McAllen 
Anne Singleton Blocker, Galveston 
Marsha Ann Broadfoot, Alpine 
Helen Marr Brown, San Antonio 
Katherine Camp Buck, Fort Worth 
Carolyn Frances Burton, Houston 
Katherine Hope Camp, Thorndale 
Mary Margaret Carlson, Dallas 
Sue Jinkins Chessher, San Antonio 
Bette Jo Childers, Houston 
Marion Edith Conn, Dallas 
Alice Estep Cook, Corpus Christi 
Julia Neat Eddleman, Houston 
Virginia Fielder, Lockhart 
Nancy Rice Forman, Midland 
Ruth Ellen Gillett, Canutillo 
Nancy Lee Hall, Fort Sam Houston 
Margaret Ann Hamilton, El Dorado, Ark. 
Cynthia Ann Hood, Dallas 
Sondra Lee Johnson, Amarillo 
Martha Jane Mast, Midland 



Kathleen Reynolds McGrail, San Antonio 

Nola Ann McNamara, Austin 

Frances Coopwood Morgan, Austin 

Judy Gray Pennington, Houston 

Sally Bea Pope, Austin 

Mary Elizabeth Rains, Marshall 

Edith Lavinia Reynolds, Houston 

Margaret Ann Rich, Fort Worth 

Dorothy Talmadge Sherrill, San Marcos 

Judith Alice Shields, Victoria 

Zelie de Serin Sibley, Houston 

Linda Louise Snyder, Fort Worth 

Judith Anne Stainton, Texarkana 

Susan Lee Stephen, Galveston 

Gay Stolley, Austin 

Gail Stroker, New Braunfels 

Mary Stewart Thomas, Navasota 

Bess Kirby Tooke, Houston 

Arleen Ray Trowbridge, Tyler 

Mary Louise Wagenfuehr, New Braunfels 

Kay Webb, Dallas 

Judith Kathryn Whitehurst, Bellaire 

Anne Best Winterbotham, Galveston 

Catherine Womack, Houston 




Top Row: Allred, Anderson, L. S. Bailey, L. Bailey, Barnes, Bcnbow, Best, Bivins, Blackwcll, Blakeley. 
Second Row: Bland, Blevins, Boiinyin.cn, Britton, Broadfoot, Brooks, Brown, B. Buck, Burton, Camp. 
Third Row: E. Campbell, G. Campbell, Carlson, Carter, Catterton, Chessher, Childers, Coffee, Colwick, Conn. 
Fourth Row: A. Cook, R. Cook, Cummings, Eddleman, Esquivel, Faulkner, Feagin, Fielder, Flaitz, Forman. 



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Madelon Elaine Anderson, Houston 

Lynne Bailey, Dallas 

Naida Louise Barnes, San Angelo 

Mary Paige Benbow, Austin 

Linda Luan Best, Wichita Falls 

Nancy Sue Bivins, Amarillo 

Patricia Ann Blackwell, Cuero 

Mary Kathryn Bland, Austin 

Josephine Bell Bonnyman, Sante Fe, N. M. 

Marian Edith Britton, Houston 

Nancy Lou Brooks, Beaumont 

Bobbie Sue Buck, Houston 

Eleanor Elizabeth Campbell, 

Washington, D. C. 
Gail Campbell, Fort Worth 
Diana Alice Carter, Elsa 
Julie Beth Catterton, Houston 
Phyllis Coffee, Corpus Christi 
Ruth Catherine Colwick, Dallas 
Rita Jean Cook, San Marcos 
Katherine Lynn Cummings, Houston 
Dianne Lucille Denton, Dallas 
Josephine Drake, Austin 
Ann Willis Elkins, Houston 
Sandra Esquivel, Austin 
Betty Faulkner, Houston 
Katherine Terrell Feagin, San Antonio 
Nancy Elizabeth Ferguson, Houston 
Marilyn Minnette Flaitz, Houston 
Ruth Katherine Fulwiler, El Paso 
Jacklyn Kendall Giles, Corpus Christi 
Susan Frances Gresham, Houston 
Mary Carolyn Hall, Corpus Christi 
Dona Burnett Hamburger, Bethesda, Md. 
Edith Dale Hamburger, Bethesda, Md. 
Suzanne Hampton, Port Arthur 
Harriett Jean Harris, Navasota 
Jean Harris, Wichita Falls 
Dorothy Patricia Heard, Houston 
Sue Heatly, Austin 
Janie Henderson, Houston 
Curtis Louise Hoehn, Waco 
Julie Landrum Holman, Austin 
Barbara Dan Hudson, Waco 
Eleanor Leighton Johnson, San Antonio 
Janet Rose Jorns, Houston 
Ann Carlisle Jurecka, Galveston 
Janis Keith, Beaumont 
Nan Keith Kelly, Fort Worth 



Cherry Dian Kendrick, Corpus Christi 

Peggy Ann Klumpp, Pass Christian, Miss. 

Sandra Ann Landon, Wichita Falls 

Barbara Marie Lang, Dallas 

Carolynn Elizabeth Leggett, Midland 

Linda Margaret Mahan, Abilene 

Eugenia Marie Mahone, Austin 

Elizabeth Stuart Masterson, San Antonio 

Betty Jane McCallum, Corpus Christi 

Ellen Kimball McCorquodale, Houston 

Owene Brackenridge Menger, San Antonio 

Mary Morris, Austin 

Frances Anna Moseley, Mineral Wells 

Nanci Sue Myers, Waco 

Dorothy Elizabeth Neblett, Canyon 

Catherine Ford Olivet, Texarkana 

Virginia Dale Owens, Amarillo 

Suzanne Harriss Pauls, Galveston 

Marilyn Perkinson, Greggton 

Bobby Jean Pipkin, Baytown 

Carolyn Joan Powers, Houston 

Virginia Lee Price, Little Rock, Ark. 

Deanna Ruth Querner, San Antonio 

Mary Eugenia Reedy, Sanford, Fla. 

Carol Ann Rugeley, Wichita Falls 

Josephine Duvall Scurry, Dallas 

Travis Shaw, Austwell 

Adrienne Trant Smith, Temple 

Bobby Sue Smith, Houston 

Joanna Baxter Smith, Corpus Christi 

Marion Ranell Snider, Houston 

Mary Ruth Spence, Waco 

Barbara Louise Stephen, Galveston 

Stephanie Alyne Stewart, Dallas 

Suzanne Stewart, Dallas 

Shirley Stratton, Waco 

Mary Jean Todd, San Antonio 

Barbara Ann Tom, Midland 

Linda Ann Tucker, Fort Worth 

Ann Van Landingham, Dallas 

Frances Ann Van Zandt, Houston 

Bonnie Mae Vifquain, Dallas 

Marcia Adele Wade, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ella Bergman Wallace, San Antonio 

Peggy Anne Weddington, Dallas 

Eleanor Wheeler, Midland 

Carolyn Williams, Austin 

Bettye Lyn Womack, Wichita Falls 



Top Row: Fulwiler, Giles, Gillett, M. Hall, D. Hamburger. 

Second Row: E. Hamburger, Hamilton, Hampton, H. Harris, Heatly. 

Third Row: Henderson, Hoehn, Holman, Hood, E. Johnson. 

Fourth Row: Jorns, Jurecka, Keith, Kelly, Kendrick. 

Fifth Row: Klumpp, Lang, Leggett, Mahan, Mahone. 

Sixth Row: Mast, McCallum, McCorquodale, McGrail, McNamara. 

Seventh Row: Morgan, Morris, Moseley, Myers, Neblett. 

Eighth Row: Olivet, Owens, Pauls, Pennington, Perkinson. 

Ninth Row: Pipkin, Pope, Price, Reedy, Reynolds. 

Tenth Row: Rich, Rugeley, Scurry, Shaw, Sherrill. 

Eleventh Row: Shields, Sibley, A. Smith, B. Smith, J. Smith. 

Twelfth Row: Snider, Snyder, Spence, Stainton, B. Stephen. 

Thirteenth Row: L. Stephen, Stewart, Stratton, Stroker, Thomas. 

Fourteenth Row: Todd, Tom, Tooke, Trowbridge, Tucker. 

Fifteenth Row: Van Landingham, Wade, Wagenfuehr, Wallace, Webb. 

Sixteenth Row: Weddington, Wheeler, Whitehurst, B. Womack, C. Womack. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1870 

FACULTY 

MARGARET PECK, Associate Dean of Women 
LUCY RATHBONE, Professor of Home Economics 



Fall 

NORMA MATLOCK .... 
VIRGINIA NUTT .... 
DONNA TORRANCE LEE 

GAIL EDGE 

ESTELLE CARTWRIGHT CALLAWAY 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

NORMA MATLOCK 
VIRGINIA NUTT 
DONNA TORRANCE LEE 
GAIL EDGE 
ESTELLE CARTWRIGHT CALLAWAY 



PLEDGES 



Carolyn Sage Allen, Lufkin 

Mary Ann Allen, Gonzales 

Mary Bond Austin, San Antonio 

Brenda Lea Baird, Houston 

Barbara Kay Beal, Austin 

Paula Louise Berthelot, Victoria 

Barbara Blake, St. Louis, Mo. 

Sarah Blaine Brewster, Fort Worth 

Elizabeth Spencer Callaway, San Antonio 

Carole Elizabeth Champion, Fort Worth 

Kay Cowan, Hillsboro 

Lou Adele Dorrell, Houston 

Rhetta Roberta Duty, Houston 

Nancy Claire Eppright, Austin 

Betty Jane Fail, Grand Saline 

Linda Lee Fields, San Angelo 

Janet Knox Flato, Corpus Christi 

Dena Fern Goldston, Amarillo 

Susan Irene Harling, Honey Grove 

Ann Karen Haun, Fort Worth 

Georgia Hawks, Amarillo 

Frances Carolyn Henry, Tildon 

Susan Louise Houstoun, Houston 



Elizabeth Maverick Huth, San Antonio 
Kathryn Ann Kelly, McKinney 
Karol Anne Kolter, Beaumont 
Judith Martin, Houston 
Merry McElwrath, Houston 
Dona Louise Merritt, Houston 
Sharon Diane Mitchell, Midland 
Nancy Elizabeth Patterson, Midland 
Patricia Ray Pollard, Houston 
Margaret Ann Prichard, Port Arthur 
Terry Gay Puckett, Amarillo 
Henrietta Quinn, Galveston 
Nancy Jane Ray, Dallas 
George Evelyn Roberts, Levelland 
Paula Gail Rogers, Dallas 
Carol Louise Spires, Austin 
Linda Fay Stevenson, Austin 
Elizabeth Lynn Sylvester, Baytown 
Susan Jane Turner, Beaumont 
Effie Menelmo Tyng, Houston 
Frances Alice Tyrrell, Beaumont 
Virginia Anne Walker, Austin 
Margaret Faye Yeagley, Dallas 



SPRING PLEDGE 

Marilyn Kay Miller, Dallas 




Top Row: C. Allen, M. Allen, Altman, Austin, Beal, Berthelot, Blake, Brazelton, Bright, E. S. Callaway, 

Champion. 

Second Row: Charlcss, Collier, Cowan, Dorrell, Duty, Engclking, Eppright, Fail, Fields, Findlater. 
Third Row: Finks, Goldston, Guenzcl, Haun, Hardwick, Harling, Hawks, Hawthorne, Head, Henry. 
Fourth Row: Hufendick, Hunter, Huth, Jacobs, Juergens, Kelly, Kolter, Lancaster, Larkin, Lawrence. 



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Eleanor Martha Altman, Corpus Christ! 

Mary Ann Auler, Austin 

Barbara Elizabeth Beery, Houston 

Shirley Jane Black, Wharton 

Elizabeth Matthews Blanton, Abilene 

Barbara Bragg, Dallas 

Emily Kay Brazelton, Houston 

Margarite Carolyn Bright, San Antonio 

Betty Doris Brown, Dallas 

Richea Kaye Brown, Shreveport, La. 

Estelle Cartwright Callaway, San Antonio 

Martha Dale Charless, San Angelo 

Suzanne Collier, Silsbee 

Susan M. Comer, Fort Worth 

Sally Belle Cowper, Big Spring 

Dorothy Lynn Davis, Shreveport, La. 

Deborah Dunlap, Dallas 

Gail Edge, Bryan 

Jo Ann Engelking, San Angelo 

Nancy Hume Ferguson, Houston 

Beatrice Findlater, San Angelo 

Julia Young Finks, Austin 

Gail Garrett, Houston 

Karolyn Cranberry, Olton 

Jean Hill Guenzel, Corpus Christi 

Geneva Joan Hardwick, McKinney 

Nancy Louisa Haun, Fort Worth 

Charline Hawthorne, Conroe 

Eugenia Nelson Head, Houston 

Gail Hudson, Tyler 

Ann Hufendick, Arlington 

Suzanne Huggins, Baytown 

Jo Ann Hunt, Vernon 

Mary Elizabeth Hunter, Galveston 

Judith Mueller Jacobs, Kingsville 

Harriet Ruth Juergens, Corpus Christi 

Jerry Jo Lancaster, Dallas 

Linda Sue Larkin, New Braunfels 

Phyllis Ann Laughlin, San Antonio 

Elizabeth Pettus Lawrence, San Antonio 

Donna Torrance Lee, Waco 

Barbara Mae Leonard, Austin 

Diana Mantor, Corpus Christi 

Norma Matlock, Port Arthur 

Mary Gay Maxwell, Houston 

Marion Myers McLaren, Wichita Falls 

Ann Milroy McLeod, Galveston 

Nancy Prothro McNair, Brownsville 

Mildred Rose Meili, Fort Worth 



Casseday Jule Menke, Pasadena 
Judith Ann Metz, Stamford 
Julia Stevens Moore, Houston 
Marilyn Morris, Hillsboro 
Camilla Beatrice Mueller, San Antonio 
Alma Virginia Nash, Dallas 
Virginia Nutt, Wichita Falls 
Medora Adriance Parker, McAllen 
Dorothy June Peckham, Port Arthur 
Nancy Laura Penix, Wichita Falls 
Edna Sophie Philen, Lufkin 
Phyllis Ruth Prichard, Port Arthur 
Phyllis Jean Pryor, Midland 
Mary Ann Quillen, Dallas 
Mary Sue Rager, Dallas 
Claytie Anna Reese, Gonzales 
Elizabeth O. Reese, Gonzales 
Martha Dorinda Regent, Dallas 
Patricia Roane Riddick, Corpus Christi 
Sally Ross Risser, Bonham 
Margo Robertson, San Angelo 
Esther Sue Robertson, Houston 
Betsy Ross, Sonora 
Ardelis Russell, Houston 
Linda Jane Ryan, Longview 
Ann Schlesselman, College Station 
Glenn Halsell Shannon, Fort Worth 
Elizabeth Rachel Sivalls, Midland 
Annie Bell Steves, San Antonio 
Anne Lucy Storm, Austin 
Suzanne Summers, Houston 
Mollie Marie Villeret, Houston 
Carole Vineyard, Wharton 
Kay Elleene Wall, San Angelo 
Barbara Wallace, Houston 
Barbara Brittain Ward, Houston 
Elizabeth Hughes Welder, Victoria 
Judith Aline Welton, Dallas 
Carol Dee West, Kingsville 
Constance Weston, New Orleans, La. 
Edith Brooke Wilkerson, Houston 
Carolyn Carpenter Williams, Dallas 
Kay Willis, Houston 
Winifred Elyn Winter, San Antonio 
Glenda Sue Woods, Beaumont 
Delora Jean Wright, Tulsa, Okla. 
Mary Wynn, Artesia, N. M. 
Elaine Elizabeth Zaba, Tulsa. Okla. 



Top Row: Lee, Martin, Matlock, Maxwell. 
Second Row: McElwrath, McNair, Menke, Merritt. 
Third Row: Metz, Mitchell, Morris, Mueller. 
Fourth Row: Nash, Nutt, Peckham, Penix. 
Fifth Row: Philen, P. Prichard, Pryor, Puckett. 
Sixth Row: Quinn, Rager, Regent, Risser. 
Seventh Row: Roberts, E. Robertson, Rogers, Ross. 
Eighth Row: Russell, Ryan, Schlesselman, Sivalls. 
Ninth Row: Spires, Stevenson, Summers, Sylvester. 
Tenth Row: Turner, Tyng, Tyrrell, Villeret. 
Eleventh Row: Vineyard, Walker, Wall, Ward. 
Twelfth Row: Weston, Williams, Winter, Woods. 
Thirteenth Row: Wright, Wynn, Yeagley, Zaba. 




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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1852 



FACULTY 

LOUISE LANDIS ARMSTRONG, Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Administration 
LOIS BAIRD TRICE, Assistant Professor of English 
MILDRED BURL VANCE, Lecturer in Curriculum and Instruction 



Fall 

SANDRA JEAN COUCH . 
PENELOPE LAVERTY 
GLORIA HELEN MITCHON 
MARI LYN MELIN 
MARY MARGARET BAKER 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

CAROLYN DICE 
BETTY ANN AUE 
PATRICIA ANN PARKER 
VIRGINIA LEA LAYTON 
HAZEL KAREN KINCHELOE 



Jane Sharon Austin, Houston 
Carolyn Emerson Boor, Houston 
Ellen Vail Buel, San Antonio 
Martha Mitchell Cardwell, Austin 
Rosemary Corner, Austin 
Marie Josephine Eickmann, Austin 
Gayle Green, Haddonfield, N. J. 
Mary Elizabeth Hardin, San Antonio 
Carolyn Ann Herndon, Bryan 

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PLEDGES 

Elizabeth Anne Jennings, British West Indies 
Barbara Ann Kothmann, Mason 
Virginia Lynn Lucas, Baytown 
Marianne Maclary, Dallas 
Carolyn Marguerite Naseef, Dallas 
Muriel Elaine Rode, Doss 
Jo Ann Speir, Borger 
Mary Frances Stanley, Dallas 
Karen Jo Tenney, San Benito 
Walker, Hempstead 



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MEMBERS 



Betty Ann Aue, San Antonio 
Mary Margaret Baker, San Antonio 
Gladys Ann Brantley, Fort Worth 
Frances Ann Childre, Dallas 
Sandra Jean Couch, College Station 
Carolyn Dice, Austin 
Barbara Ann Dixon, Dallas 
Karol Keith Fisher, Austin 
Jane Clare Hanapel, Waco 
Carolyn Anne Hinton, Bellaire 



Jeannette Jung, Austin 

Hazel Karen Kincheloe, Ardmore, Okla. 

Ada Lillian Ann Koen, Edinburg 

Penelope Laverty, College Station 

Virginia Lea Layton, Humble 

Lorene Meadow, Austin 

Mari Lyn Melin, Austin 

Gloria Helen Mitchon, Austin 

Patricia Ann Parker, Houston 

Jo Ann Turpin, Wichita Falls 



Top Row: Aue, Austin, Baker. 
Second Row: Boor, Buel, Cardwell. 
Third Row: Childre, Corner, Couch. 
Fourth Row: Dice, Dixon, Eickmann. 
Fifth Row: Fisher, Green, Hanapel. 
Sixth Row: Hardin, Herndon, Kincheloe. 
Seventh Row: Koen, Laverty, Layton. 
Eighth Row: Lucas, Maclary, Meadow. 
Ninth Row: Melin, Mitchon, Parker. 
Tenth Row: Speir, Tenney. 
Eleventh Row: Turpin, Walker. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1867 



FACULTY 
ANNE AUSTIN FORRESTER, Instructor in Home Economics 




Fall 

NANCY CAROLYN HEATH . 
JOAN ELIZABETH MCKNIGHT 
JOSEPHINE MOORE HOWELL 
JULIA MAY CUNNINGHAM . 
AMY WEICHSEL CAMPBELL 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

PATTY MAYS CARTWRIGHT 
ADRIENNE GAY GOOCH 
MARGARET CLARE PERKINS 
BARBARA CLAIRE LYLE 
PATRICIA VIGEON 






PLEDGES 



Mary Claudia Allen, Fort Worth 
Cora Louise Amerman, Houston 
Kathryn Ann Barragan, San Antonio 
Evelyn Elise Beular, Houston 
Elizabeth Ann Brown, Austin 
Patrica Ann Bush, Dallas 
Elizabeth Cheek, Fort Worth 
Evelyn Miller Clay. Fort Worth 
Margaret Suzanne Cocke, Austin 
Cornelia Ann Cummins, Fort Worth 
Anne Stuart Dryden, Waco 
Janet Clair Estes, Commerce 
Evangeline Ford, La Marque 
Nancy Carolyn Foy, Brownwood 
Nancy Marie Garrard, Tyler 
Susan Blackshear Garrett, Houston 
Mary Aline Gilbert, Austin 
Patricia Diana Hawn, Dallas 
Gertrude Gaston Jackson, Dallas 
Judy Jerabeck, Houston 
Nancy Beth Johnson, Dallas 
Ayree Jane Klotz, Henderson 
Colette Rene Lebourg, Houston 



Linda Link, Weslaco 
Bonne Rhea Liston, Amarillo 
Joan Elaine Loffland, Fort Worth 
Mary Leila Maginnis, Houston 
Elisse Maria Maneval, De Pere, Wis. 
Sally Kay Maxwell, Hamilton 
Joyce Adrienne McNamara, Dallas 
Rosemary Zonne Mills, Dallas 
Marilyn Marie Mueller, San Antonio 
Ellen Gcnevieve Munson, San Antonio 
Marianne Muse, Longview 
Nancy Esther Nunnery, Houston 
Marietta Payne, Austin 
Lynn Louise Porter, Bryan 
Antoinette Celine Seay, Amarillo 
Elizabeth Anne Shatto, Columbus 
Carolyn Glenn Smith, Galveston 
Helen Townes Smith, Houston 
Jane Stotts, Dallas 
Jane Frances Riddle, Houston 
Ann Holt Ullrich, Wichita Falls 
Nancy Weber, Austin 
Jane Elaine Yeaton, Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Marian Spencer Fay, Houston 
Deirdrc Field, Paris, France 



Martha Northington, Ballinger 
Patricia Ann Victery, Houston 




Top Row: Abcll, A. Allen, M. Allen, Amerman, Bahan, Barragan. Beular, Bostick. Bredt, E. Brown. 
Second Row: Bush, Campbell, Cartwright. Cheek, Cobb, Cocke, Corbusier, Corley, Cramer, Crockett. 
Third Row: Cummins, Cunningham, Dryden, Dudgeon, Dyer, Echols, Edmundson, Elledge, Estcs, Ford. 
Fourth Row: Foy, Garrard, Garrett, Giesecke, Gilbert, Gilbrcath, Gooch, Gordon, Grainger, Hairston. 



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MEMBERS 



Madeleine Wright Abell, Wharton 
Ann Allen, Roswell, N. M. 
Marilyn Edith Allen, San Antonio 
Jill Carroll Anderson, Houston 
Nancy Milling Aynesworth, Waco 
Julia Ann Bahan, San Antonio 
Marion Kathleen Bostick, Houston 
Barbara Dale Bredt, Austin 
Helen Yvonne Brown, Dallas 
Amy Weichsel Campbell, Lampasas 
Patty Mays Cartwright, Terrell 
Barbara Anne Coale, McAllen 
Bettye Gleith Cobb, Tyler 
Elinor Ann Corbusier, Bryan 
Carol Corley, Austin 
Ann Cramer, Houston 
Alice Jane Crockett, Austin 
Nancy Randolph Crow, Houston 
Julia May Cunningham. Huntsville 
Patricia Yvonne Davis, Harlingen 
Ruth Joan Doty, Austin 
Elizabeth Ann Dudgeon, Waco 
Nancy Katherine Duncan, Alvin 
Lyndall Ellen Dyer, Corsicana 
Carolyn Sue Echols, Ysleta 
Lida Lacy Edmundson, Houston 
Sarah Katherine Elledge, Houston 
Carol Anne Giesecke, Killeen 
Patrice Sue Gilbreath, San Antonio 
Adrienne Gay Gooch, Fort Worth 
Ann Marie Gordon, Abilene 
Geneva Jill Grainger, Tyler 
Janet Guthrie, Austin 
Mary Glenda Hairston, Wichita Falls 
Ann Hamilton, El Paso 
William Anne Hamilton, Guthrie 
Nancy Carolyn Heath, Madisonville 
Barbara Henderson, Houston 
Burtleye Henderson, Houston 
Joyce Higginbotham, Dallas 
Cynthia Anne Houston, Kilgore 
Kay Howard, Tyler 
Josephine Moore Howell, Bryan 
Nancy Bryan Hunt, Sonora 
Nancy Clark Ince, Dallas 
Marie Louise James, San Antonio 
Jean Elizabeth Johnson, Beaumont 
Velma La Verne Johnston, Junction 
Sarah Dossctt Kendall, Waco 
Anne Griffith Lawhon, Houston 
Virginia Vinson Lawhon, Houston 
Charlotte Elizabeth Lee, Wichita Falls 
Barbara Claire Lyle, Bay City 
Carol Lynn Lyles, Austin 



Martha Catharine Maxwell, Dallas 

Melinda Hassell McCluer, Fort Worth 

Ann McFadden, Dallas 

Joan Elizabeth McKnight, Dallas 

Rosemary McMurtry, Amarillo 

Mary Ann Michaelis, Galveston 

Adrienne Albertina Monnig, Waco 

Julia Robbins Montgomery, Austin 

Bebe Denman Moody, Houston 

Rhetta Allan Moody, Houston 

Edwina Charlene Moore, Richmond 

Judith Murph, Dallas 

Ailsa Craig Newton, Boernc 

Marianne Oeland, Houston 

Frances Adeline Old, March AFB, Calif. 

Harviann Owen, Tyler 

Edna Rembert Paine, Houston 

Nancy Parkin, Lake Louise, La. 

Margaret Clare Perkins, Alice 

Janet Louise Pettis, Waco 

Lois Joan Philen, Brownsville 

Nancy Matilda Philen, Brownsville 

Sharon Ann Prentice, Austin 

Mary Aline Preston, Cleburne 

Marjorie Maillot Purnell, Dallas 

Nan Fletcher Reed, Houston 

Suzanne Revell, Austin 

Carole Jean Robinson, San Antonio 

Jean Burke Rogers, San Antonio 

Judith Sue Rust, Texas City 

Lynn Rutland, Dallas 

Carole Elizabeth Sandlin, Houston 

Mary Ann Scott, San Angelo 

Susan Searls, Houston 

Mary Margaret Seewald, Beaumont 

Cecily Helen Schwartz, El Paso 

Jeanette Patricia Shook, San Antonio 

Elizabeth Eugenia Smiley, Dallas 

Karen Liddell Smith, Houston 

Lady Gretchen Steinhagen, Beaumont 

Margaret Sue Stell, Houston 

Sally Byrd Sultan, Houston 

Eloise Annette Tate, Memphis, Tenn. 

Mary Gail Thomas, San Antonio 

Patricia Vigeon, San Antonio 

Betty Kyle Walker, Waco 

Patricia Orvalyn Wanenmacher, Tulsa, Okla. 

Mary Francia Ward, Houston 

Merida Colgin Watson, Dallas 

Alice Lockett Wheless, Houston 

Amelia Duncan White, Houston 

Virginia Rae Wiley, Austin 

Julia Quay Williams, Comanche 



Top Row: Hawn, Heath, Barbara Henderson, Burtleye Henderson, Higginbotham. 

Second Row: Houston, Howard, Howell, Hunt, Ince. 

Third Row: Jackson, J. Johnson, N. Johnson, Johnston, Klotz. 

Fourth Row: A. Lawhon, V. Lawhon, Lebourg, Lee, Link. 

Fifth Row: Listen, Loffland, Lyle, Lyles, Maginnis. 

Sixth Row: Maneval, M. Maxwell, S. Maxwell, McFadden, McKnight. 

Seventh Row: McMurtry, McNamara, Michaelis, Mills, Monnig. 

Eighth Row: B. Moody, Moore, Mueller, Munson, Murph. 

Ninth Row: Nunnery, Oeland, Old, Paine, Parkin. 

Tenth Row: Payne, Perkins, Pettis, Porter, Purnell. 

Eleventh Row: Riddle, Robinson, Rogers, Rust, Rutland. 

Twelfth Row: Schwartz, Scott, Searls, Seay, Seewald. 

Thirteenth Row: Shatto, Shook, Smiley, C. Smith, H. Smith. 

Fourteenth Row: K. Smith, Stell, Stotts, Sultan, Thomas. 

Fifteenth Row: Ullrich, Vigeon, Walker, Wanenmacher, Ward. 

Sixteenth Row: Watson, Weber, White, Williams, Yeaton. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1917 






OFFICERS 



Fall 

MARILYN FAYE SAIKIN . 
LYNN SCHNEIDER . 
ARLA FAYE EDELMAN 
ROSALIE ADELE MANDELL 
MARLENE BEVERLY ADELS 
SHARON LEE SCHARLACK 



President 

First V ice-President . 

Second Vice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 



Spring 

MARLENE BEVERLY ADELS 
ELAINE ROSE KAPLAN 
JOYCE DEANNA DAILY 
MARCIA ANNE SOLKA 
SHARON LEE SCHARLACK 
SYDELL GINGER SPIRA 



PLEDGES 

Judy Elaine Abrams, Corpus Christi 
Ellen Brodie Eichholz, Savannah, Ga. 
Jill Sue Fenias, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Hana Kay Freeman, Houston 
Lenore Sandra Freidman, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Frances Lynn Click, Houston 
Leslie Ellen Glickman, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Francine Guttenberg, Bronx, N. Y. 
Bayla Handler, Fort Worth 
Sheila Harriet Karotkin, San Antonio 
Edrea Dale Kessler, Atlanta, Ga. 
Brenda Ellen Kramer, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Sabra Joy Lande, San Antonio 
Sandra Ilene Lasky, Austin 



Judith Gay Lewis, Omaha, Neb. 

Jo Ann Lipinsky, Waco 

Julie Ann Lipner, Corpus Christi 

Brenda Toby Makowsky, Memphis, Tenn. 

Marta Hedda May, Dallas 

Susan Harriet Miller, Beaumont 

Judith Adele Peine, Houston 

Ellen Joy Rothman, Miami Beach, Fla. 

Suzanne Meryl Saikin, Fort Worth 

Mardia Lynn Scharlack, San Antonio 

Lorraine Schwartz, Fort Worth 

Iris Dee Selber, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Joyce Ray Tennenbaum, Pharr 

Elizabeth Ann Zeid, San Antonio 



SPRING PLEDGES 
Elenor Trifon, Houston Lois Ann Weiss, San Antonio 




Top Row: Adels, Daily, Edclman, Eichholz, Fedcr, Fcnlas, Frankcl. 
Second Row: Friedman, Click, Glickman, Goldstein, Gordon, Greenberg. 



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Marlene Beverly Adels, Tyler 
Joyce Deanna Daily, Richmond 
Aria Faye Edelman, Clayton, Mo. 
Gloria June Feder, Kansas City, Mo. 
Barbara Marie Frankel, Des Moines, Iowa 
Florence Beverly Goldstein, Richmond 
Miriam Dolly Gordon, Houston 
Judith Miriam Greenberg, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Elaine Rose Kaplan, Tullahoma, Tenn. 
Sheryl Barbara Krandel, Houston 
Carol Maida Lewis, San Antonio 
Gerre Ann Lipoff, Kansas City, Mo. 
Rosalie Adele Mandell, Houston 
Phyllis Milstein, Longview 
Ethel Jeannie Moran, Tulsa, Okla. 
Sandra Leah Polsky, Austin 
Harriette Sue Pullen, San Antonio 
Ann Roth, El Paso 
Marilyn Faye Saikin, Abilene 
Sharon Lee Scharlack, San Antonio 
Lynn Schneider, St. Louis, Mo. 
Barbara Lynn Schultz, Houston 
Paula Jean Shapiro, Houston 
Marcia Anne Solka, Refugio 
Sydell Ginger Spira, Houston 
Maureen Louise Weiss, Texas City 



Top Row: Guttenberg, Handler, Kaplan. 

Second Row: Karotkin, Kessler, Krandel. 

Third Row: Lande, Lasky, C. Lewis. 

Fourth Row: Lipinsky, Lipner, Lipoff. 

Fifth Row: Makowsky, Mandell, Miller. 

Sixth Row: Milstein, Moran, Peine. 

Seventh Row: Polsky, Pullen, Roth. 

Eighth Row: Rothman, M. Saikin, S. Saikin. 

Ninth Row: M. Scharlack, S. Scharlack, Schneider. 

Tenth Row: Schultz. Schwartz, Shapiro. 

Eleventh Row: Solka, Spira, Zeid. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1906 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1898 

FACULTY 

MARY MARGARET FRAZIER, Advertising Manager, Texas Student Publications, Inc. 
MARJORIE DAVIDSON PARKER, Special Instructor in Speech. 



Fall 

GRACE ELIZABETH MATHERS 
MINIFRED JULIA BOYLES 
KAY POWERS .... 
ANNE VERNON DOAK . 
MARY MAXINE McMiLLAN . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer . 



Spring 

DANYA MONROE NICHOLSON 
CAROLYN LORRAINE HENDRIE 
LAURA McCoRMiCK 
DIANE ROSHTON 
JANE CLARICE CRAVER 






PLEDGES 



Anne Elizabeth Beard, Dallas 
Millicent Ann Bleakney, Harlingen 
Eloise Wilson Brackenridge, Taylor 
Beverly Ann Butler, San Antonio 
Roxie Margaret Clark, Lockhart 
Katherine Jane Cook, Atlanta 
Carol Halstead Criss, Houston 
Margaret Ann Davidson, El Paso 
Marian Claire Davis, Corpus Christi 
Sharon Lee Edson, Corpus Christi 
Harriet Ann Eliot, Midland 
Sally Jean Ely, Tyler 
Deanna Lee Gorbett, Fort Worth 
Jerry Lillian Jones, Beaumont 
Carolyn Sue Keen, Bay City 
Kaye Klopfenstein, Harlingen 
Benita Lee, Austin 



Ann Cole Lentz, Victoria 
Merrie Ann Lewellen, Mexia 
Katherine Marie Matthew, Yoakum 
Ann McCarroll, Rusk 
Judith Margaret Moss, Dallas 
Carol Ann Neville, Midland 
Martha Elizabeth Overstreet, Austin 
Martha Louise Parrish, Galveston 
Elizabeth Ann Parsons, Houston 
Mary Jean Payne, Kilgore 
Carol Jane Pitts, Bellaire 
Jane Gail Richmond, Bryan 
Sandra Lynn Stolz, Houston 
Helen Patricia Summers, Houston 
Beth Van Horn, Odessa 
Lynda Lou Walker, Texarkana 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Nancy Lee Callaway, Dallas Kay Zechlyn Mills, Del Rio 

Frances Skillman Harris, Houston Carol Ann Tanksley, Del Rio 




Top Row: Aldrich, Allen, Atkinson, Beard, Bcarden, Bell house, Bleakney, Boyle, Boyles. 

Second Row: Brackenridge, B. Brown, J. Brown, Broadway, Burkhart, Butler, Chapman, Childs, Clark, K. Cook. 
Third Row: Cox, Graver, Creswcll, Criss, J. Davidson, M. Davidson, M. C. Davis, M. G. Davis, Dehnisch, Dill. 
Fourth Row: Doak, DuBoise, Edman, Edson, Eliot, Ely, Felder, Fletcher, Foster, Funk. 



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Jean Helen Aldrich, San Antonio 
Mary Etta Allen, Tyler 
Sallye Lou Atkinson, Houston 
Charlotte Barker, Austin 
Lois Sandra Bearden, Victoria 
Helen Wynyard Bellhouse, Tyler 
Marilyn Ann Boyle, San Antonio 
Minifred Julia Boyles, Houston 
Barbara Sue Broadway, Madisonville 
Betty Rae Brown, Greenville 
Joanne Katherine Brown, Victoria 
Betty Louise Burkhart, Houston 
Janine Chapman, San Antonio 
Berniece Claire Childs, Jacksonville 
Geraldine Raye Cloer, Fort Worth 
Helen Earle Cook, Dallas 
Charlotte Ann Cox, Austin 
Jane Clarice Graver, Texarkana 
Marjorie Ann Creswell, Fort Worth 
Jacquelyn Davidson, Wharton 
Martha Gray Davis, Baytown 
Dorothy Dawson, San Antonio 
Sharon Beth Dehnisch, Mathis 
Nancy Clay Dill, Austin 
Anne Vernon Doak, Houston 
Dora Diane DuBoise, Lockhart 
Cynthia Sue Edman, Houston 
Jean Barrillon Felder, Palestine 
Lynell Fillmore, Wichita Falls 
Mary South Fitch, Eagle Pass 
Claudia Lynne Fletcher, Midland 
Marjorie Anne Foster, Galveston 
Sylvia Jan Funk, Houston 
Gretchen Gerlach, Livingston 
Mary Margaret Grodahl, Corpus Christi 
Nancy Jane Grubbs, San Antonio 
Leta Louise Harwell, Austin 
Carol Sue Heidelberg, Jacksonville 
Carolyn Lorraine Hendrie, Houston 
Erin Higgins, Austin 
Sylvia Suzanne Hofmann, Austin 
Jerry Johnston, Houston 
Beattie Anne Jones, El Paso 
Sandra Kay Jones, Electra 
Sara Esther Keys, Austin 



Joan Denys Lentz, Victoria 
Cecile Lloyd, Alice 
Diana Kaye Lowe, Shreveport, La. 
Donna Carol Manske, McGregor 
Charlene Cartter Markle, Houston 
Grace Elizabeth Mathers, Brownsville 
Sarah Louise McClure, Texarkana 
Laura McCormick, Abilene 
Carol McCullough, Bryan 
Ruth Carol McGuire, San Antonio 
Mary Maxine McMillan, Pecos 
Jane Ann Moore, Austin 
Martha Mossom, Dallas 
Nancy Gayle Nichols, Temple 
Danya Monroe Nicholson, Austin 
Margaret Parker, Austin 
Patricia Ann Parker, Pecos 
Helen Patricia Parks, Houston 
Sherrill Claire Peavy, Lufkin 
Teddie Jeannine Powell, San Antonio 
Kay Powers, Corpus Christi 
Laura Preston, Newgulf 
Judy Katherine Pulver, Harlingen 
Ann Ratliff, Ozona 
Patricia Jane Reckling, Paris, France 
Marcia Anne Reynolds, Austin 
Diane Lucille Roshton, Bellaire 
Sara Grace Sandlin, Mt. Pleasant 
Sally Ann Schneider, Houston 
Laura Eleanor Shea, San Antonio 
Rosemary Showalter, Austin 
Sandra Sue Shultz, Victoria 
Lois Sigwart, Austin 
Anita Ruth Smith, San Antonio 
Suzanne Margaret Smith, Houston 
Nancy La Nell Stanley, Wichita Falls 
Suzanne Lee Stark, San Antonio 
Ann Catherine Suttle, Dallas 
Betty Jane Thornhill, Houston 
Mary Duke Troxell, Baytown 
Sandra Lee Vail, Houston 
Marguerite Ann Whitty, Houston 
Bette Jan Wiggins, Beaumont 
Jane Catherine Wilson, Beaumont 
Dorothy Jean Winston, Abilene 



Top Row: Gerlach, Gorbett, Grodahl, Grubbs, Harwell. 

Second Row: Heidelberg. Hendrie, Higgins, Hofmann, Johnston. 

Third Row: J. Jones, S. Jones, Keen, Klopfenstein, Lee. 

Fourth Row: A. Lentz, J. Lentz, Lewellen, Lloyd, Lowe. 

Fifth Row: Manske, Markle, Mathers, Matthew, McCarroll. 

Sixth Row: McClure, McCormick, McCullough, McGuire, McMillan. 

Seventh Row: Moore, Moss, Nichols, Nicholson, Overstreet. 

Eighth Row: M. Parker, P. Parker, Parks, Parrish, Parsons. 

Ninth Row: Payne, Peavy, Pitts, Powell, Powers. 

Tenth Row: Preston, Pulver, Reckling, Reynolds, Richmond. 

Eleventh Row: Roston, Sandlin, Schneider, Shea, Showalter. 

Twelfth Row: Schultz, Sigwart, A. Smith, S. Smith, Stanley. 

Thirteenth Row: Stark, Stolz, Suttle, Troxell, Vail. 

Fourteenth Row: Van Horn, Walker, Whitty, Wilson, Winston. 

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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

The Panhellenic Council is the policy-making body of the eighteen sororities on The University of Texas campus. 
Each group has two active delegates and an alumnae representative, making a co-ordinating body of fifty-four 



sorority women. 



Through the year, Panhellenic has given full support to many campus activities such as Round-Up, Varsity 
Carnival, and the 75th Year observance. Panhellenic Council awards twelve scholarships each year to either sorority 
or non-sorority women worthy of this honor. Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council co-sponsor the annual 
Greek Sing-Song. Another co-sponsored activity was the donation made to the Religion In Life fund for guest 
speakers. Jointly, the two councils contributed funds to The University FM radio station. 



Fall 

MARJORIE MAILLOT PURNELL 
CARROLL ANN HODGES . 
NANCY ELIZABETH EDWARDS . 
BARBARA LEE LIT 
DOROTHY WATTS DEAN . 
MARGARET PECK . 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary . 

Treasurer . 

Sponsor 

Sponsor 



Spring 

MIRIAM DOLLY GORDON 
JOYCE LYNN STREUSAND 
SARA Ross 

ELEANOR MARILYN ANDERSON 
DOROTHY WATTS DEAN 
MARGARET PECK 



Senior 

PATSY RUTH FELT 
CARROLL ANN HODGES 
JOYCE LYNN STREUSAND . 
ANN HUFFINGTON 
CAROL BETH VILLARREAL . 
JEAN ELLEN PEPPER . 
SHARON SUE VOYLES . 
NANCY ELIZABETH EDWARDS 
ANNE FITZGERALD . 
BARBARA LEE LIT . 
STELLA MAUREEN BURNS . 
GAIL GARRETT 
HARRIETT JEAN HARRIS 
DOROTHY JUNE PECKAM . 
KAROL KEITH FISHER . 
MARJORIE MAILLOT PURNELL 
MARILYN FAYE SAIKIN 
DANYA NICHOLSON 



Senior 

PATSY RUTH FELT 
BARBARA D'ANNE LEVIN 
JOYCE LYNN STREUSAND . 
Jo ANN MYRICK . 
MARION ETHERIDGE KNOX . 
SARA Ross .... 
SHARON SUE VOYLES . 
LUCY ANN COLLINS . 
DIANE DOHERTY . 
BARBARA SUK ROSENBLOOM 
ELEANOR MARILYN ANDERSON 
EDNA FRANCES SAMPLE 
MARILYN MINNF.TTE FLAITZ 
GAIL HUDSON .... 
LORENE MEADOW . 
JOSEPHINE MOORE HOWELL 
MIRIAM DOLLY GORDON . 
SHARON BETH DEHNISCH . 



FALL MEMBERS 

Sorority 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Delta Pi . 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Alpha Gamma Delta . 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Phi ... 
Chi Omega 
Delta Delta Delta . 
Delta Gamma 
Delta Phi Epsilon . 
Delta Zeta 
Gamma Phi Beta . 
Kappa Alpha Theta . 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Phi Mu . . . . 
Pi Beta Phi . 
Sigma Delta Tau . 
Zeta Tau Alpha . 

SPRING MEMBERS 

Sorority 

Alpha Chi Omega . 
Alpha Delta Pi . 
Alpha Epsilon Phi . 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Omicron Pi . 
Alpha Phi . 
Chi Omega . 
Delta Delta Delta 
Delta Gamma 
Delta Phi Epsilon . 
Delta Zeta . 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Kappa Alpha Theta . 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Phi Mu . . . . 
Pi Beta Phi . 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Zeta Tau Alpha . 



Junior 

PATRICIA SUE VOELKEL 
MARILYN MARSHALL 
LELYA JAY LEVY 
ANNETTE MAPLES 
MARIAN ETHERIDGE KNOX 
SARA Ross 

SANDRA SUZANNE AGNEW 
LUCY ANN COLLINS 
DIANE DOHERTY 
BARBARA SUE ROSENBLOOM 
ELEANOR MARILYN ANDERSON 
EDNA FRANCES SAMPLE 
SANDRA ESQUIVEL 
MILDRED ROSE MEILI 
LORENE MEADOW 
EDNA PAINE 
MIRIAM DOLLY GORDON 
SHARON BETH DEHNISCH 



Junior 

MARILYN SUE BECKER 
VIRGINIA ANN PEARSON 
LELYA JAY LEVY 
JANE FRANES SPACER 
RUTH ANN COOK 
MELINDA LOUISE BURKHART 
CAROLE STEWART KEETON 
MARGARET ANN WHITE 
BETTY ANN WILLMAN 
ANITA KAPLAN 
BERYL KATHRYN LEE 
Jo ANN MCMILLAN 
JUDITH KATHRYN WHITEHURST 
MARY GAY MAXWELL 



MARY ALINE GILBERT 
MARLF.NE BEVERLY ADELS 
HARRIET ANN ELIOT 



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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1916 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1904 

FACULTY 

HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE, Dean, College of Pharmacy 

KARL M. DALLENBACH, Professor of Psychology 

WAYNE H. HOLTZMAN, Associate Professor of Psychology 

DONALD GREER IRVINE, Professor of Naval Science 

HARRY L. KENT, JR., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

LEON'ARDT F. KREISLE, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

E. KARL McGINNIS, Professor of Business Law and of Real Estate 

ARLIS RAY McTEE, Lecturer in Journalism 

THOMAS ANDREW ROUSSE, Professor of Speech 

JACK A. SCANLAN, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

JOHN G. STEELE, Director, Student Employment Bureau 






Fall 

Louis EDWARD STOUT . 
DAVID SHANNON PRICE 
WALTER TOM HENSON 
STEPHEN BAERY GATES 
WILLIAM LAWRENCE COTULLA 
EUGENE BOYD SMITH . 



OFFICERS 

Venerable Dean 
Senior Dean . 
Junior Dean . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Rush Chairman 



Spring 

Louis EDWARD STOUT 
NORMAN EVERETT LONG 
TRAVIS ROY CRAWFORD 
RICHARD EARL HOLLOWAY 
FRANK ASBURY CAVE 
WILLIAM LAWRENCE COTULLA 



PLEDGES 



William Thomas Atkinson, Pampa 

James Dennard Baker, Odessa 

John Oliver Bartlett, Houston 

Edward Charles Bode, Junction 

Richard Malcolm Brown, Pampa 

James Dean Bryan, Houston 

Gary Everett Caywood, Tulia 

John Wesley Dale, Falfurrias 

Charles Curry Erickson, Perryton 

Raynor B. Fillman, Pampa 

Thomas Granville Gebhard, Jr., Fort Worth 

Mike Austin Hatchcll, Austin 

Charles Wayne Henson, Rosebud 

William Henry Hooper, Plainview 

William Franklin Landers, Plainview 

Gerald Arthur Lowe, II, Arlington 



Giles Hayes Madray, Jr., San Antonio 
Koye Edgar McElroy, Lorenzo 
Michael Walter Merriman, Throckmorton 
James Robert Nicholl, Austin 
Kenneth Warren Nordeman, Austin 
Jay Lawrence Poth, II, Comfort 
Robert Wesley Savage, Wellington 
John Riley Skaggs, Plainview 
Donald C. Stephens, Galena Park 
David Forrest Stith, Rosenberg 
Donald Harrison Taylor, III, Crystal City 
Robert Clarkson Waggencr, Irving 
James Michael White, Corpus Christ! 
Michael Lowell Willis, Corpus Christi 
Billy Gene Wills, Dalhart 



SPRING PLEDGE 

Roy Judd, Vornon 









Top Row: Atkinson, Brotzman, Brown, Campbell, Cave, Caywood. 
Second Row: Cotulla, Crawford, Dudley, Flowers, J. Foose, Forrester. 



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MEMBERS 

Richard Dale Brotzman, Rio Hondo 
Thomas Ralph Campbell, Austin 
Frank Asbury Cave, Plainview 
Robert Rinfred Childs, Jacksonville 
William Lawrence Cotulla, Cotulla 
Travis Roy Crawford, Grandfalls 
Philip Lanel Dudley, Texarkana 
Walter Eugene Flowers, Medina 
Edwin Dean Foose, White Deer 
Jerry Gene Foose, White Deer 
Richard A. Foose, White Deer 
Terry Norman Forrester, Pampa 
Vernon Eugene Grove, Jr., Austin 
Joe Earl Hawkins, Seminole 
William E. Henry, Elgin 
Walter Tom Henson, Dalhart 
Richard Earl Holloway, Austin 
Norman Everett Long, Rosenberg 
Bill J. McAdams, Cleveland 
Norman Wesley Minter, Amarillo 
Jack Glenn Norwood, Texas City 
Stephen Baery Gates, Pampa 
David Shannon Price, Paris 
Hubert S. Ratliff, Colorado City 
Donald Eugene Robertson, Lake Dallas 
Charles Mack Sansing, Higgins 
Terrence Edward Smalley, Austin 
Eugene Boyd Smith, Fort Worth 
Joseph Stevenson Starkey, Monahans 
Louis Edward Stout, Kansas City, Kan. 
John Lincoln Surber, Jr., San Antonio 
James Daniel Wilson, Jr., Temple 
Larry Leon Womble, Dimmit 




Top Row: Gebhard, Grove, Henry. 
Second Row: Henson, Holloway, Hooper. 
Third Row: Long, Lowe, Madray. 
Fourth Row: McElroy, Merriman, Minter. 
Fifth Row: Nicholl, Nordeman, Norwood. 
Sixth Row: Ratliff, Robertson, Savage. 
Seventh Row: Skaggs, Smalley, Smith. 
Eighth Row: Starkey, Stephens, Stith. 
Ninth Row: Stout, Taylor, Waggencr. 
Tenth Row: White, Willis, Wills. 
Eleventh Row: Wilson, Womble. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1939 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1913 



Fall 

SIDNEY LAWRENCE RAVKIND . 
HAROLD WESLEY ASHENDORF . 
LESLIE STEPHEN MENDELSOHN 
JERROLD DAVID ARONSON . 



OFFICERS 

Master . 
Lieutenant Master 
Scribe 
Exchequer 



Spring 

EDWIN MICHAEL SIGEL 
LESLIE STEPHEN MENDELSOHN 
SAMUEL DONALD AXELRAD 
JERROLD DAVID ARONSON 



PLEDGES 



Gerald Wayne Benson, Dallas 
Kenneth Carl Berretta, Houston 
Robert Talbat Brown, Houston 
Kenneth Roy Glaser, Dallas 
Marvin Aaron Goodman, Houston 
Richard Melvin Gordon, Houston 
Norman Jay Handler, Skokie, 111. 
Stanley Robert Harris, Dallas 
James Melvin Hogue, Dallas 
Leonard David Levine, Harlingen 
Ronnie Noel Levine, Borger 
Daniel Moss, Houston 



Gary Harvey Nordheimer, Houston 
Herman Ringler, Denison 
Bernard Schultz, Houston 
Max Simon, Elgin 
Sheldon Stuart Smith, Austin 
Jerry Donald Solin, Dallas 
Robert Steven Steinman, Dallas 
Joe Mayer Victor, Houston 
Jay Lester Weidenfeld, San Antonio 
Herbert David Weitzman, Dallas 
Herbert Wolfe Wizig, Waco 
William Samuel Wolff. Houston 



Irvin Lawrence Benno, Dallas 
Lawrence Sheldon Fischman, Houston 
Joseph E. Goldman, Dallas 
Teddy Sol Hendelman, Fort Worth 
Steven Andrew Perel. Victoria 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Alan David Rosen, Houston 
Walter Melton Rosen, Houston 
Martin Jacob Schaffer, Dallas 
Jerry Joe Taub, Houston 



L JL 




Top Row: Aronson, Ashendorf, Axelrad, Benson, Berretta, Brown. 
Second Row: Doner, Glaser, Goldfinger, Goodman, Gordon, Handler. 
Third Row: Harris, Helfman, Hcrmcr, Hogue, Hoppenstein, Kopel. 



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Jerrold David Aronson, Waco 
Harold Wesley Ashendorf, Corsicana 
Samuel Donald Axelrad, Houston 
Alan Keith Brodkin, Kansas City, Mo. 
Melvyn Caplan, Houston 
Israel Reuben Doner, Galveston 
Jerome Stephen Elkins, Beaumont 
Jacob Joel Goldfinger, Farmersville 
William A. Helfman, Houston 
Richard Marcus Hermer, Dallas 
Martin Hirschorn, Houston 
Jay Marshall Hoppenstein, Dallas 
Michael Lee Klein, Kansas City, Mo. 
Jerome Michael Kopel, Dallas 
Albert Michael Krafcheck, Houston 
Sidney Warren Krams, Corpus Christi 
Burton Jerry Kunik, McAllen 
Robert Alan Leder, Dalhart 
Alvin Maury Levine, Weslaco 
Leonard David Levine, Harlingen 
Albert Levy, Waco 
Murray Lewis London, Dallas 



MEMBERS 

Donald Love, Dallas 

Alvin Leon Luskey, Fort Worth 

Jerry Blake Mark, Dallas 

Leslie Stephen Mendelsohn, Dallas 

Milford Mitchell Myers, Bellaire 

Fred Joseph Pauly, Houston 

Jerome L. Prager, Dallas 

Bernard Irving Rabinowitz, Galveston 

Sidney Lawrence Ravkind, Dallas 

William Morris Ravkind, Dallas 

Gerald Morris Reed, Bellaire 

Jerome R. Rose, Houston 

Jerry William Schwartz, Houston 

Edwin Michael Sigel, Dallas 

Gerald M. Siegel, Austin 

Meredith Jay Steinberg, Dallas 

William Neal Sunshine, Dallas 

Robert William Swango, Dallas 

Roland A. Taub, Houston 

Lawrence Jay Tobias, Dallas 

Jerome Lawrence Waldman, Houston 

Howard Alan Weinberger, Dallas 



Top Row: Krams, Kunik, Leder. 
Second Row: A. Levine, R. Levine, London. 
Third Row: Love, Mark, Mendelsohn. 
Fourth Row: Moss, Myers, Nordheimer. 
Fifth Row: Pauly, Prager, Rabinowitz. 
Sixth Row: Reed, Ringler, Simon. 
Seventh Row: Smith, Solin, Steinman. 
Eighth Row: Sunshine, Swango, Tobias. 
Ninth Row: Taub, Victor, Weidenfeld. 
Tenth Row: Weinberger, Weitzman. 
Eleventh Row: Wizig, Wolff. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1897 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1865 



FACULTY 

EDWARD GARLAND FLETCHER, Associate Professor of English 

W. PAGE KEETON, Dean, School of Law 

H. MALCOLM MAC.DONALD, Professor of Government 

BEN HILL STOUGH, JR., Associate Professor of Naval Science 

ERNEST WINFIELD WALKER, Associate Professor of Management 

FRANK HARPER WARDLAW, Director, University Press 

LOGAN WILSON, President, The University of Texas 



Fall 

JOHN THOMAS CATER 
ROBERT BENTON WALL 
ALONZO LEONARD LACEY, JR. 
PAUL LEE YARBROUGH 

ERNEST S. FELLBAUM 



OFFICERS 

Worthy Master 
Worthy Chaplin 
Worthy Scribe 
Worthy Keeper 

of Annals 
Worthy Keeper 

of Exchequer 



Spring 

JOHN THOMAS CATER 
JOHN S. LEWIS 
WILLIAM GARY PATTERSON- 
FRED NORMAN ANKENMAN 
ROBERT JOSEPH FINEGAN 



PLEDGES 



Frank Mulkcy Abbott, Houston 
Gene Nealy Allison, Houston 
Russell Sterling Barnett, Houston 
Lionel Lockard Campbell, Jr., Temple 
Joe Dodson Clayton, Tulia 
Ernest Allen Cole, HI, Bellaire 
Gerald Glynn Crutsinger, Wichita Falls 
Prentice E. Davis, Baytown 
Denson Powell Dingier, Austin 
Richard Westbrook Emery, Dallas 
Charles Warren Ferguson, San Antonio 
Robert Buckner Fitzgerald, Austin 
James Ray Gayle, Angleton 
William Donald Henderson. Ingleside 
Otis Gillette Hill, Houston 
Robert Sidney James, Dallas 
James Frederick Johnson, Belen, N. M. 
Steve Elgie Kaura, Houston 
William Killebrew, Port Neches 



Gaston Dale Littlefield, Stcphenville 

Theodore Charles Lucas, Houston 

Irby Don Mann, Dallas 

Michael Ellsworth McCrory, Houston 

Herbert Godfrey Morrison, Corpus Christi 

Gary Carl Pugh, Houston 

Louis Mickey Ratliff, Jr., Littlefield 

Bertram Charles Rogers, Austin 

Eugene Walter Schutze, Austin 

Fredric Henry Seewald, Beaumont 

Frank Mills Shallene, Austin 

Jack Ripper Sherrill, Port Arthur 

George William Smith, Houston 

James William Spalding, Dallas 

Jon Douglas Stewart, Houston 

Richard Donald Taylor, Houston 

Richard Maurice Walden, Chickasha, Okla. 

Dan Allan Wilkes, Dallas 

Farrile Schmidler Young, Houston 



James Choyce Allison, Houston 
Jerry Collins, Port Arthur 
John Winston Douglas, Houston 
Jay Henry Harris. Houston 
Jefferson Davis Howell, Victoria 



SPRING PLEDGES 

John Richard Jones, Corpus Christi 
Victor Scott Kneese, Dallas 
John Cathcart Melby, El Paso 
John Francis Williams, Victoria 




Top Row: Abbott, Aiken, Allison, Ankenman, R. Anspacher, T. Anspacher, Barden, L. Campbell. 
Second Row: Cater, Clayton, E. Cole, M. Cole, Crutsinger, J. Davis, Dcnison, Dingier. 
Third Row: Easlcy, Emery, Fair, Fcllbaum, Finegan, Fitzgerald, Fiveash, Gardner. 



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MEMBERS 



Stanley Edward Adams, San Angelo 
David Scott Aiken, Brownsville 
Karl John Amelang, Houston 
Fred Norman Ankenman, Houston 
Richard Barton Anspacher, Dallas 
Thomas Edwin Anspacher, Dallas 
James Earle Barden, Houston 
Richard Frank Bergner, Dallas 
Charles Edward Botef uhr, Dallas 
James Parmenas Briscoe, Alvin 
James Henry Brock, Houston 
James Hal Byrd, Houston 
Thomas Edwin Campbell, Dallas 
Thomas Carstarphen, Austin 
John Thomas Cater, San Antonio 
Maurice Wayne Cole, Jr., Austin 
John Lee Davis, Houston 
William Powers Denison, Jr., Houston 
John Teed Easley, Houston 
William Wren Fair, Dallas 
Ernest S. Fellbaum, Austin 
Robert Joseph Finegan, Dallas 
Ramon Alton Fiveash, Austin 
John Richard Furman, III, Kerrville 
James Donley Gardner, Dallas 
William Lawrence Green, Houston 
Milton Williams Hawkins, Huntington 
James Hilton Honeycutt, Dallas 
Robert Curlee Hooper, Austin 
Richard Cornwell Jennings, Corpus 

Christi 

William Max Jennings, Corpus Christi 
Roy Briley Johnson, Morton 
John Robert Kirk, Martinsville, Va. 
Donald Richard Knight, Dallas 
Alonzo Leonard Lacey, Corpus Christi 
Charles Ellis Lanter, Fort Worth 
John S. Lewis, Lampasas 



Donald Haden Martin, Houston 
Dudley Davis McCalla, Austin 
Donald C. McDonald, Corpus Christi 
Gustavus A. N. McFaddin, Beaumont 
C. A. Searcy Miller, Dallas 
William Oliver Myatt, Kilgore 
Bruce Wade Nelson, Beaumont 
Robert A. Nickel, San Angelo 
Harold Aloysius O'Brien, Dallas 
Robert Lee Orr, Littlefield 
Richard Clement Parker, Austin 
Samuel Burton Paternostro, Dallas 
William Gary Patterson, Houston 
Marion Stanton Roberts, Jr., Austin 
Donald Otis Robertson, Fort Stockton 
Donald Eugene Roper, Houston 
Winton Forrest Scott, Fort Worth 
Don Hargrove Smith, Eagle Lake 
Dotson Charles Smith, Tyler 
Thomas Ned Smith, Corpus Christi 
Robert William Spencer, Jr., Freeport 
Michael Bailey Stone, Houston 
Beeman Ewell Strong, III, Beaumont 
William Allen Taylor, Mt. Pleasant 
William Barrett Travis, Dallas 
Henry Ray Walden, Port Arthur 
Robert Benton Wall, Beaumont 
William Leonard Walton, Port Arthur 
James Thomas Ward, Austin 
Edwin Eldridge Watts, Liberty 
Joe Kelton Wells, Jr., Austin 
Allan Gatewood Wenger, San Antonio 
James Roy White, Austin 
Thomas Elmer Wiley, Jr., Austin 
Terrence Fair Wood, Corpus Christi 
David Wright Woodland, Lake Jackson 
Tracey Triece Word, Houston 
Paul Lee Yarbrough, Littlefield 
James Lee Young, III, Dallas 




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Top Row: Henderson, Honeycutt, Hooper, James. 
Second Row: J. Johnson, Kaura, Killebrew, Kirk. 
Third Row: Knight, Lanter, Lewis, Mann. 
Fourth Row: McCrory, Miller, Nelson, Orr. 
Fifth Row: Paternostro, Pugh, Ratliff, Rogers. 
Sixth Row: Roper, Schutze, Shallene, Sherrill. 
Seventh Row: D. C. Smith, Spalding, Spencer, Stewart. 
Eighth Row: M. Stone, Strong, Walden, Wall. 
Ninth Row: Walton, Ward, Watts, Wells. 
Tenth Row: Wiley, Wilkes, Wood, Woodland. 
Eleventh Row: Word, Yarbrough, F. Young, J. Young. 

FADE 249 



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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1886 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1839 




FACULTY 

HARRY H. POWER, Professor of Petroleum Engineering 
JACK C. ROTHWELL, Lecturer in Finance 



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Fall 

GEORGE WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, JR. 
JOHN EDSON TEED .... 
MICHAEL HAYES PENGRA 
RUPERT WALTER LUNDGREN, JR. 
RICHARD BRADLEY FISHER 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 

PLEDGES 



Spring 

RICHARD BRADLEY FISHER 
BYRON Louis LEFLORE 
WILLIAM GARVIN McDoNALD 
JOE BILL WILLS 
ROBERT DALTON HARDCASTLE, JR. 



William Henry Abbott, Baytown 
Ronald Phillip Barbatoe, Beaumont 
Charles Erskine Brooks, Waco 
Stanley Bradford Carruth, Austin 
Richard Gerald Chambers, Seguin 
Johnson Blair Cherry, Jr., Lubbock 
Earl Hobbs Chumney, Jr., Mexico City, Mex. 
Frederick Tames Conn III. Denison 

J 

Alton Henry Cook, Jr., Seguin 
Larry Jay Craddock, Jr., Austin 
James Denny Dannenbaum, Houston 
Orra David Hand, Lubbock 
Merrill Lee Hartman, Dallas 
Almond Jasper Hays, Jr., Houston 



Billy Don Hullum, Wills Point 
William Kieth Kirkgard, Houston 
William Keith Miles, Fort Worth 
Peter Melville Moore, Galveston 
John Adam Pechacek, III, Abilene 
Judson Hiram Phelps, Jr., San Antonio 
Joe Carroll Rust, San Antonio 
Fred Baker Rudolph, Coleman 
William Grey Savage, Dallas 
James Rowlen Schober, San Antonio 
Carroll George Sunseri, Galveston 
Walter James Wyrick, Jr., Texarkana 
Warren Eugene Zimmerman, Amarillo 



SPRING PLEDGES 

James Vernon Grevielle, Waco 
Almond Jasper Hayes, Jr., Houston 
Charles Longcope, Brownwood 




Top Row. Abbott, Barbatoe, Binford, Brader, Brooks, Carruth. 

Second Row: Cecil, Chambers, Chumney, Churchill, Conn, Cook, Craddock. 

Third Row: Dannenbaum, Dodson, Donncll, Dunlop, Fisher, Griffith, Hand. 



PAOE 250 




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tketa 




MEMBERS 



Joseph Ingram Binford, Dallas 
Crawford H. Booth, Austin 
Howard Rush Brader, Fort Worth 
George Benjamin Brown, Waco 
Perry Bromberg Carroll, Jr., Dallas 
Michael Arthur Carter, Austin 
James Wilbor Cecil, Houston 
James Truman Churchill, Amarillo 

Henry Octave Colomb, Jr., 

New Orleans, La. 
Thomas Anthony Cullinan, 

Washington, D. C. 
Douglas Schultz Dapper, Austin 
Herbert William Dodson, Amarillo 
James Lowe Donnell, Fowlerton 
Charles Austin Dunlop, Houston 
Richard Coe Farrell, Amarillo 
Richard Bradley Fisher, Fort Worth 
Robert Thomas Gowan, Dallas 
Donald Paul Griffith, Lockhart 

Robert Dalton Hardcastle, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Harris Duncan Husted, Burnet 
Robert Merl Kincaid, Crowell 
John Lynch Lancaster, III, Dallas 
James Henry Lauderdale, Mercedes 
Byron Louis LeFlore, San Antonio 

Henry Willard Lende, Jr., 
Catonsville, Md. 

Rupert Walter Lundgren, Jr., 
San Antonio 



John Burleson McCullough, Waco 
William Garvin McDonald, Bryan 
Paul Flavin McKean, Alexandria, Va. 
Patrick Harris McKinney, Fort Worth 
Lester Albert Miller, Jr., Houston 
Richard Brennan Moore, San Antonio 
Charles Schreiner Nelson, San Antonio 
John Brian O'Connor, Lufkin 
Kenneth Hugo Pape, Seguin 
Charles Scott Parker, Austin 
Michael Hayes Pengra, Tyler 
John W. Pettijohn, Georgetown 
Carl Ernest Reistle, III, Houston 
Joe Tschudy Romine, Fort Worth 
William Lynch Rose, Galveston 
George William Schneider, Jr., 

New Orleans, La. 

Thomas Hilliard Sharp, Jr., San Antonio 
Robert Harold Smith, Amarillo 
William Schuetze Smith, Markham 
Pinckney Franklin Steed, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Vernon Craig Steubing, Waelder 
Michael Asa Stone, Georgetown 
John Edson Teed, Pampa 
Francis Marion Thomson, Mexico City 
Fredric Carson Toole, Austin 
James Rae Tucker, LaMarque 
Joe Bill Wills, Hereford 
Ralph Huntington Winton, Jr., 

San Antonio 
Dean Eakin Wolf, Wichita Falls 



Top Row: Hardcastle, Hartman, Hullum. 
Second Row: Husted, Kincaid, Kirkgard. 
Third Row: LeFlore, Lundgren, McCullough. 
Fourth Row: McDonald, McKean, Miles. 
Fifth Row: Miller, P. Moore, Nelson. 
Sixth Row: O'Connor, Pechacek, Pettijohn. 
Seventh Row: Phelps, Rose, Rudolph. 
Eighth Row: Rust, Schneider, Schober. 
Ninth Row: R. Smith, W. Smith, Stone. 
Tenth Row: Sunseri, Toole, Tucker. 
Eleventh Row: Wyrick, Winton, Zimmerman. 



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CHI PHI 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1892 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1824 



FACULTY 

VENTON LEVY DOUGHTIE, Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
SYMMES CHADWICK OLIVER, Instructor in Anthropology 
CHARLES ELMER ROWE, Professor of Drawing 
OCSAR BROWN WILLIAMS, Professor of Bacteriology 



Fall 

MICHAEL MOORMAN FRICKE 
RALPH JUDSON KING 
WILLARD BAILEY MOON 
RICHARD Louis SCROGGINS . 
JAMES CARTER BOONE, JR. . 
JOHNEY WELDON Ross SMITH 



OFFICERS 

Alpha . 
Beta 

Gamma . 

Delta . . 

Epsilon . 
Zeta 



Spring 

JOHNEY WELDON Ross SMITH 
RICHARD JAMES ANGELL 
JOHN STOVALL GILBREATH 
MINOR Lovis HELM, JR. 
RONALD WILLIAMS WHITE 
FRANK L. PLEMONS 



PLEDGES 



Robert Hunt Bowman, Baytown 
David Wallace Budzilowicz, Chicago, 111. 
Knox Bledsoe Clark, Austin 
Joseph Hudgens Dominey, Pensacola, Fla. 
Carl Alexander Forbrich, Jr., San Antonio 
Larry Allan Fulbright, El Paso 
Malcolm Dale Harrington, Houston 
Gene Lyerly, Dallas 



Frank Robert Martin, Texas City 
Robert Lee Moffett, San Antonio 
John Leo Meyers, Jr., Beaumont 
Logan Dale Pillow, Jr., Houston 
Lawrence Lee Poole, Dallas 
Jimmy L. Ross, Luling 
Walter Thannisch, III, Fort Worth 
Henry Leon Walker, Jr., Taylor, Ga. 



SPRING PLEDGE 
Richard Hittson. Palo Pinto 





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Top Row: Angcll, Boonc, Bowman, Budzilowicz, Byrd, Clark. 
Second Row: Cline, Dominey, Elliott, Fcrrell, Flanncry, Forbrich. 



PAOE 252 




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MEMBERS 



James Daniel Anderson, El Dorado, Ark. 
Richard James Angell, Dallas 
John Meredith Bollman, Kerrville 
James Carter Boone, Jr., Houston 
William Martin Byrd, San Antonio 
James McGowen Cline, Camilla 
Arthur B. Elliott, Jr., Victoria 
Charles Robert Fairchild, Austin 
Jack Earl Ferrell, Dallas 
John Oge Flannery, Jr., San Antonio 
Michael Moorman Fricke, Bay City 
Richard P. Garmany, Houston 
Charlie M. Garnett, Rome, Ga. 
John Stovall Gilbreath, Dimmitt 
William Louis Guyton, Austin 
Larry Barclay Haile, Dallas 
Jimmy Joel Harrell, Houston 
Jimmy Lyn Harris, Eastland 
Minor Lovis Helm, Jr., Dallas 
Leon Johnson, Jr., La Porte 



Ralph Judson King, Houston 
Lynn Richard Kromminga, Austin 
Wayne Scott Lanier, Austin 
Joseph E. C. Martin, Lufkin 
Myrton Lynn McDonald, Dallas 
Scott Alexander McGall, Dallas 
George Thomas McGuffey, Athens 
Willard Bailey Moon, Fort Worth 
Joe Buck Park, Dallas 
Glen Gorman Passmore, Jr., San Antonio 
Daniel Maurice Phillips, La Porte 
Frank L. Plemons, Wichita Falls 
Edward Eugene Scott, Bay City 
Richard Louis Scroggins, Brownsville 
Charles McKinley Smith, Austin 
Johney Weldon Ross Smith, Uvalde 
Gordon Richard Starnes, Houston 
John Hunter Strasburger, Dallas 
Thomas Joe Welch, Dallas 
Ronald Williams White, Dallas 
Ira Barnes Wile, Dallas 




m*9 ;I 

tin JB 



Top Row: Fricke, Fulbright, Garmany. 

Second Row: Gilbreath, Harrell, Harrington. 

Third Row: Helm, Johnson, King. 

Fourth Row: Kromminga, J. Martin, McDonald. 

Fifth Row: Moon, Myers, Park. 

Sixth Row: Passmore, Pillow, Plemons. 

Seventh Row: Poole, Scott, Scroggins. 

Eighth Row: C. Smith, J. Smith, Starnes. 

Ninth Row: Strasburger, Thannisch, Walker. 

Tenth Row: White, Wile. 

PAOE 253 




i 



LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1907 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1890 



FACULTY 
GEORGE VINCENT GENTRY, Professor of Philosophy 



Fall 

CLARENCE NEAL STEVENSON . 
NICK VRATIS .... 
GEORGE EDWARD GAINES . 
ROBERT NEWTON KING . 
RICHARD HARMON DUVON, JR. 
THOMAS NEILSON THURLOW 



OFFICERS 



"A" . . 

"B" . . 

"C" . . 

"D" . . 

"E" . . 
"P" 



Spring 

HERMAN WILLIS KENNEDY 
GEORGE EDWARD GAINES 
KEITH KENYON MORROW 
ROBERT NEWTON KING 
RICHARD HARMON DUVON, JR. 
CLARENCE NEAL STEVENSON 



PLEDGES 

William Cortez Griffin, Galveston 
Ronald Eblen Malouf, Dallas 

Edwin Leonard Sterling, Amarillo 
Donald Edwin Witcher, Amarillo 



PACK 254 




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MEMBERS 

John C. Coffey, Wichita Falls 
Earl Gene Cutler, Corpus Christi 
Jerry de la Rosa, San Antonio 

Robert John De Vries, Pella, Iowa 
John Rentz Doggett, III, Houston 

Richard Harmon Duvon, Jr., Texas City 
George Edward Gaines, Houston 
Albert C. Hendricks, High Island 

Herman Willis Kennedy, Jr., Fort Worth 
Robert Newton King, Sudan 

William Travis Malone, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Keith Kenyon Morrow, Freeport 
David Atmar Smith, Victoria 

Clarence Neal Stevenson, Port Lavaca 
Thomas Neilson Thurlow, Dallas 
Nick Vratis, Beaumont 








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Top Row: De Vries, Doggett. 
Second Row: Duvon, Gaines. 
Third Row: Griffin, Hendricks. 
Fourth Row: Kennedy, Malouf. 
Fifth Row: Morrow, Smith. 
Sixth Row: Sterling, Stevenson. 
Seventh Row: Thurlow, Vratis. 
Eighth Row: Witcher. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1913 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1844 



FACULTY 

WILMER LAWSON ALLISON, Tennis Coach 

DANA X. BIBLE, Consulting Athletic Director, Intercollegiate Athletics 

THOMAS P. HARRISON, Professor of English 



MARVIN HOLLOMAN BROWN, III 



OFFICERS 

House-manager 



MARVIN HOLLOMAN BROWN, in 



Samuel Buck Alford, Austin 
William Douglas Anthony, Dallas 
Melvin Lewis Bailey, Dallas 
John Wayne Barfoot, Abilene 
Patrick Carlton Bellamy, Houston 
James Andrew Boyer, Midland 
Claude Richard Braswell, Bellaire 
Glen Vick Brown, Dallas 
Charles Egan Burrell, Houston 
Jack Russell Crockett, Midland 
Robert Brogdon Dunlap, Houston 
Art John Farley, Bellaire 
Robert Bruce Flint, Jr., Bellaire 
Robert Lowe Freeman, Houston 
James C. Guckian, Lockhart 
Edward Randall Harris, Galveston 



PLEDGES 

Booth Sheryl Henson, Abilene 

William David Jensen, Houston 

William Richard McCracken, Corpus Christi 

William Henry Moody, Del Rio 

Spencer Mayo Murchison, Bellaire 

Ewell H. Muse, Austin 

David Allan Sadler, Pasadena 

Walter Ronny Schuchard, Abilene 

Thomas Perry Scott, Coleman 

Carl Josephanow Stephanow, Houston 

Don Earl Stephens, Dallas 

Dunklin Augustus Sullivan, Centerville 

James Owen Taylor, III, Del Rio 

Jim Albert Watson, Rotan 

Charles Burnett Wood, Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 
North Millican, Jr., Austin Jay Robert Taylor, Houston 




Top Row: Anderson, Andrews, Anthony, Bailey, Bolger, Braswell, G. Brown, M. Brown. 
Second Row: Burrell, Cauthorn, Coleman, Collins, Crockett, G. Davis, N. Davis, R. Dunlap. 
Third Rout: H. Dunlap, Estess, Ferguson, Flint, Forbess, Ford, Girard, Gillett. 



PAOE 256 









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MEMBERS 



James Lloyd Anderson, Abilene 
John Cannon Andrews, Fort Worth 
Richard R. Armstrong, Roswell, N. M. 
Richard Allen Beeler, Houston 
George Currier Blanch, Nixon 
Edward Perry Bolger, Snyder 
Gilbert William Blumberg, Jr., Seguin 
Marvin Holloman Brown, III, Dallas 
Robert Virgil Cauthorn, Del Rio 
Brady Steele Coleman, Houston 
Charles Malcolm Collins, Eastland 
Merlyn Don Cooper, Dallas 
George Arthur Davis, Killeen 
Neal Davis, Jr., Houston 
Edgar Hal Dixon, San Angelo 
Drew Woolford Dunlap, Dallas 
Hugh Graydon Dunlap, Houston 
Anthony Duvall, Dallas 
William R. Ely, Dallas 
Berthold Henry Estess, Houston 
Ewing Kalteyer Evans, San Antonio 
Searcy Monroe Ferguson, Dallas 
Billy Wayne Forbess, Brownwood 
Don Duane Ford, Houston 
Robert Bruce Gillett, Fort Worth 
Jerry Sidney Girard, Cotulla 
Joe Gillis Goddard, Austin 
Joe Bob Golden, Austin 
Pearson Grimes, Jr., Cleveland 
Samuel Tevis Grinstead, Houston 
John Ragland Harrison, Austin 
Walter Benard Hendrick, Odessa 
William Holland Hinkle, Denton 



James Fred Hofheinz, Houston 
Richard Lee Johnson, Lampasas 
Karl Fred Kamrath, Jr., Houston 
Barren Ulmer Kidd, Dallas 
John Wiley Link, Houston 
Bobby Ray Matocha, Gonzales 
Marion Embree McDaniel, Jr., Houston 
Don Charles Mcllyar, Dallas 
David Michael Miller, Dallas 
Douglas Alvin Newton, Jr., Del Rio 
George Winfield Parks, Beaumont 
Tinsley Holmes Penick, Austin 
Franklin Ace Pickens, Odessa 
Frank Marion Putman, Jr., Houston 
Benjamin T. Rhodes, Jr., Cranfills Gap 
James Percival Rice, Dallas 
Zack Lawrence Robinson, Dallas 
Abner A. Ross, Lockhart 
Charles Lawrence Scarborough, Austin 
Frank Dallas Scarborough, Abilene 
Wilson Schoellkopf, Dallas 
Thomas Earl Scott, Abilene 
Paul Edward Stallings, Houston 
Joe Edward Stoeltje, Beaumont 
Robert Hyde Tonetti, Fort Worth 
Robert Edwin Tucker, Jr., San Antonio 
John Tuggle, Brownwood 
H. Michael Tyson, Houston 
Raymond Lavern Voight, Luling 
Jerry James Wilson, Abilene 
Joseph Wilbur Wolfe, Sherman 
Robert David Young, Roby 



Front Row: Grimes, Grinstead, Guckian, Harrison. 

Second Row: Henson, Hofheinz, Jensen, Kamrath. 

Third Row: McCracken, McDaniel, Miller, Moody. 

Fourth Row: Murchison, Muse, Newton, Penick. 

Fifth Row: Pickens, Putman, Rhodes, Rice. 

Sixth Row: Robinson, Ross, F. Scarborough, Schuchard. 

Seventh Row: T. E. Scott, T. P. Scott, Stallings, Stephanow. 

Eighth Row: Stephens, Stoeltje, Sullivan, Juha Erkki Tanttu. 

Ninth Row: Taylor, Tonetti, Tyson, Watson. 

Tenth Row: Wilson, Wolfe, Wood, Young. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1859 






FACULTY 

KENT WHEELER KENNAN, Professor of Music 

GEORGE ROBERT CREEDLE, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 



Fall 

ROBERT WAYNE WHITE . 
KENNEY REESE VOELKEL 
WILBUR PAUL CUNNINGHAM 
JOHN EDGAR CHAPOTON . 
ROBERT LEE MARWILL 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 






JAMES NORTON HALTOM 
ROBERT LEE MARWILL 
HERMAN FLOYD WATERS 
DANNY LAGETTE BEAIRD 
PAUL JOSEPH WILLCOTT | 



PLEDGES 



Jon Joseph Anderson, Dallas 
Thomas Barnhill Carter, Lake Jackson 
James Thomas Ross Cockrell, Hillsboro 
Robert William Dowd, Austin 
Kenneth Ray Dunlap, Dallas 
George Crosby Gaskell, San Antonio 
James Robert Guinn, Graham 
James Carroll Herring, Jr., Waco 
Richard Weakley Ince, Hillsboro 
Richard M. Jackson, Jr., Garland 
James Vernon Johnson, Houston 
Milam Shelton Johnson, Jr., Austin 



Michael Grogan Kirkpatrick, Dallas 
Jesse Noble Legg, Dallas 
William Reed Mimms, New Braunfels 
William Nelson Rees, Odessa 
Samuel Ira Rosson, Jr., Midland 
Samuel Sparks, Austin 
David Charles Spoor, Houston 
Peyton Lambeth Townsend, Dallas 
Lucien Barton Ulmer, San Antonio 
Milburn Whitt Waldrum, Jr., Sherman 
William James Watkins, Llano 
William Allen White, Brownwood 



Arthur Wesley Adams, Midland 
Ernest A. Embry, Dallas 
Sam Brown Fason, Waco 
William Ernest Gattis, Austin 
Jon Michael Hill, Houston 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Melbern Dale McGill, Houston 
Thomas Rush Mast, Midland 
Richard Dudley Mays, Dallas 
Harold Regan Schmidt, Mason 
Thomas Hood Waddill, Fort Worth 
Don Forrest Wissner, Alvin 




Top Row: Abercrombie, Anderson, Baccus, Bcaird, C. Bell, J. Bell, Blackstock, Carter. 
Second Row: J. Chapoton, O. Chapoton, Clements, Cockrell, Dickson, Dobbs, Dolan, Dowd. 
Third Row: Dunlap, Dunnam, Edens, Gavit, G. Green, R. Green, Haltom, Harris. 



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MEMBERS 



Robert Nyland Abercrombie, Texas City 

Fred Winn Baccus, Dallas 

Danny LaGette Beaird, Dallas 

Clyde Stuart Bell, Paris 

John Laurence Bell, Beaumont 

Ronald Lee Blackstock, Graham 

Edward Stafford Bridges, II, Dallas 

David Caldwell, Dallas 

John Edgar Chapoton, Galveston 

Otis Donaldson Chapoton, Galveston 

Wayne Wilson Clements, Dallas 

Wilbur Paul Cunningham, Big Spring 

Oscar Cromwell Dancy, III, Orange 

Robert Miller Dickson, Dallas 

William H. Dobbs, Dallas 

Samuel Jerome Dolan, Austin 

Thomas Norman Dunnam, Jr., Fostoria 

Roderick Tarlton Edens, Austin 

Thomas Sydney Edrington, Midland 

Charles David Ewing, Big Spring 

Howell M. Finch, Austin 

Henry Wilkinson Flagg, Galveston 

Michael James Gaido, Galveston 

J. Neal Garland, Longview 

Cameron Herschel Gates, Baytown 

William L. Gavit, Glen Rose 

George Edwin Green, Austin 

John Tatum Green, Dallas 

Robert Sterling Green, Beaumont 

R. A. Haberman, Jr., San Antonio 

James Norton Haltom, Texarkana 

Maynard Bartow Harris, Waxahachie 

Charles Herman Hayman, Dallas 

Billy Mack Jackson, Dallas 

Henry Woodrow Jackson, Beaumont 

Avis E. Johnson, Jr., Fort Worth 

George Milton Johnson, San Antonio 

Darrell King Jones, Austin 

Edgar F. Jones, III, Galveston 

Gary Roy Jones, Galveston 

Richard Page Keeton, Austin 

Robert Quentin Keith, Beaumont 



Jay Mayne Lewallen, Austin 
Hugh McQuiston Lynn, Austin 
Larry J. Lynn, Austin 
Glenn Matteson, Dallas 
Robert Lee Marwill, Dallas 
Clyde Mathew McAuliffe, Beaumont 
John Boswell McClane, Fort Worth 
Robert Hicks Mclntyre, Austin 
William Fred Miller, Waco 
George Weldon Moyer, Jr., La Marque 
Daniel Alvin Myers, Waco 
Frank Taylor Nagle, Austin 
Richard Garfield Nemmer, Dallas 
Ralph Wilson Nimmons, Jr., Dallas 
George Albert Olson, San Antonio 
Brooks Trezevant Patrick, Dallas 
Hugh Coleman Proctor, Austin 
Arthur E. Rhodes, Jr., Austin 
John Clements Riley, Houston 
Thomas Leonard Roach, Austin 
Joe Gentry Roady, Arlington, Va. 
Jack Davis Roady, Arlington, Va. 
Jan S. Roush, Houston 
James Louis Satel, San Antonio 
William W. Satterwhite, Lamesa 
Jay Woodley Sharpe, Childress 
Eugene Byron Sheppard, Houston 
John Thomas Stuart, Austin 
Albert Julius Toole, Dallas 
Roger J. A. Turner, San Antonio 
Kenney Reese Voelkel, Houston 
Herman Floyd Waters, Austin 
Thomas Hugh Weed, Beaumont 
Linton A. Whitaker, Austin 
Robert Wayne White, Brownwood 
Ben Taylor Whitefield, Houston 
Paul Joseph Willcott, Beaumont 
John Franklin Winslow, Houston 
John Allan Woodman, Fort Worth 
James Palmer Woodson, Austin 




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Top Row: Hayman, Herring, Ince, B. Jackson 

Second Row: H. Jackson, A. Johnson, G. Johnson, J. Johnson. 

Third Row: M. Johnson, G. Jones, Legg, Lewallen. 

Fourth Row: Marwill, Matteson, McClane, Mclntyre. 

Fifth Row: Miller, Mimms, Nagle, Nimmons. 

Sixth Row: Olson, Patrick, Proctor, Rhodes. 

Seventh Row: Riley, Roach, J. G. Roady, J. D. Roady. 

Eighth Row: Rosson, Satel, Sparks, Spoor. 

Ninth Row: Toole, Townsend, Ulmer, Weed. 

Tenth Row: R. White, W. White, Whitefield, Willcott. 

Eleventh Row: Winslow, Woodman. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1834 




FACULTY 

CHARLES T. CLARK, Assistant Professor of Statistics 

KARL M. DALLENBACH, Professor of Psychology 

CHARLES H. HOLZWARTH, Special Instructor in Germanic Languages 

R. GOMMEL ROESSNER, Professor of Architecture 

DARRELL ROYAL, Head Football Coach 



Fall 

McCARTER MlDDLEBROOK . 

IVON LEE, III . 
WILBURN OLIVER SHURTLEFF 
MICHAEL EARL ROHDE 
WILLIAM BENNETT SPELCE . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President, 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer . 



Spring 

McCARTER MlDDLEBROOK 

IVON LEE, III 
WAYNE MELVIN HAY 
JOHN EDWARD FRIERSON 
JACK HARRISON STUTTS 



PLEDGES 

Curtis Todd Bowen, Midland 

David Terrence Connally, San Angelo 
Marion Donald Hancock, McAllen 
John William Klein, Houston 
Paul Turner Marks, Houston 

Jackson Lee McDaniel, Amarillo 
Kerry Hedick O'Quinn, Austin 

Vernon Lee Shelton, San Antonio 
Stephen Collier Smith, Houston 
Sterling Norman Sorrell, Laredo 
Don Luther Sparks, Amarillo 
Jimmie Wilson, Jr., Tomball 





Top Row: Allums, Bagby, Bowen, Butler, Cczeaux, Cleveland. 

Second Row: Connally, Elmer, Eubanks, Fribcrg, J. Frierson, W. Frierson. 



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MEMBERS 



James Anderson Allums, Kountze 
William Roderick Bagby, Jr., Dallas 
Max Bellah, Canyon 
Donald Mac Bishop, Dalhart 
Patrick J. Blair, Bandera 
Robert Anthony Butler, Rusk 
Philip Calvin Cezeaux, Humble 
Herbert J. Cleveland, Jr., Fort Worth 
William Ronald Dixon, Houston 
Allie Durell Douthit, Raymondville 
Richards H. Elmer, Jr., Dallas 
Isaac Dwaine Eubanks, McCamey 
Thomas Martin Eversole, 

La Canada, Calif. 

Emil Edwards Friberg, Wichita Falls 
John Edward Frierson, McCamey 
William Donald Frierson, McCamey 
Charles Alvis Gunter, San Angelo 
Eitel Hugh Hahn, Brady 
Wayne Melvin Hay, Hearne 
Fleming Cook Hobbs, San Antonio 
Tomie S. Holmes, McCamey 
William Fredric Jacobs, Houston 



Vernon Murray Jordan, Brady 

Alexander Benjamin Klein, Jr., Tomball 

Richard Lee Lasater, Newgulf 

Ivon Lee, III, Midland 

McCarter Middlebrook, Nacogdoches 

Kennedy Abbott Milburn, San Antonio 

William Childress Montgomery, Jr., 

Houston 

William Peterson Nelson, Dallas 
Robert Allen Pratt, San Angelo 
Robert Charles Reinarz, Amarillo 
Michael Earl Rohde, Dallas 
Thomas Lytle Schneider, San Antonio 
William Arthur Sellers, Houston 
Wilburn Oliver Shurtleff, Brady 
Dan Cargill Smith, III, Houston 
Neal Leslie Spelce, Jr., Houston 
William Bennett Spelce, Houston 
Donald Lamar Stone, Jacksonville 
Jack Harrison Stutts, San Antonio 
Berry Bruce Tolle, Houston 
Bill Lamond Turner, Brady 
Bobby Arrington Weaver, Newgulf 



Top Row: Hancock, Hay, Hobbs. 
Second Row: Jacobs, Jordan, A. Klein. 
Third Row: Lee, McDaniel, Middlebrook. 
Fourth Row: Nelson, O'Quinn, Reinarz. 
Fifth Row: Rohde, Schneider, Sellers. 
Sixth Row: Shelton, Shurtleff, D. Smith. 
Seventh Row: S. Smith, Sorrell, Sparks. 
Eighth Row: N. Spelce, W. Spelce, Stutts. 
Ninth Row: Tolle, Weaver, Wilson. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1883 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1865 



FACULTY 

STEPHEN EDMUND CLABAUGH, Professor of Geology 

ROBERT ADGER LAW, Professor Emeritus of English 

CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Head Track Coach 

DANIEL ALLEN PENICK, Tennis Coach Emeritus, Professor Emeritus of Classical Languages 






Fall 

RICHARD WAYLAND CALHOUN . 
BUFORD PRESTON BERRY 
HARRY CHARLES DISHMAN, JR. . 
ROBERT CAMPBELL HEWELL 
JOHN MILTON TAYLOR . 
BENNY GEORGE SANDEFUR 



OFFICERS 

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PLEDGES 



Spring 

HARRY CHARLES DISHMAN, JR. 
WILLIAM CHAPMAN ESTES 
GLENN ALFRED ROGERS 
RICHARD LEEDOM NELSON, II 
JOHN THOMAS FITCH 
ROBERT CAMPBELL HEWELL 



Ralph Williamson Alspaugh, San Antonio 

Jon Paul Arledge, Houston 

Allan Abner Bailey, La Marque 

Preston Fobis Bridgewater, Jr., Midland 

Curtis B. Dyer, Corpus Christi 

Michael Scott Fry, San Antonio 

Dell Taylor Gibson, Dallas 

Grant Eugene Giles, San Antonio 

Campbell Houston Gillespie, III, Sherman 

Sam Lile Greeves, Beaumont 

Donovan Lyn Gunn, Piano 

George Tom Hart, Jasper 

James Naughton Henry, Lancaster 

Robert Lee Henson, Beaumont 

Charles Chester Jagou, Mexico City 

Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr., Commerce 

Charles D. Lcdbetter, McKinney 

Randall Kent 



John Russell Mayhew, Kingsville 
Olivar Barr McClellan, San Antonio 
Richard Leedom Nelson, II, Wichita Falls 
Frederick Richard Neuenschwander, Houston 
Curtis Patrick Norris, San Antonio 
Monroe Ben Nowotny, San Antonio 
Jim Warren Olafson, San Antonio 
Rudy G. Powell, San Angelo 
Edward Randall Reed, Austin 
Thomas Glenn Richard, Beaumont 
Charles Robert Richardson, Texas City 
Dean Stuart Sanders, Tyler 
Luther Edward Scott, Lancaster 
James Albert Trotter, San Antonio 
Kirk William Weinert, Beaumont 
Jack Howard Wideman, San Antonio 
Robert Eugene Wright, Stephenville 
Yeates, Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Don Michael Dowdlc, Graham 
Tulane Gordon, III, Houston 



Jerry Don Smith, Baytown 
Harris Spencer Wood, Big Spring 




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Top Row: Alexander, Alspaugh, Anderson, Andrews, Babb, Bailey, Bain, Ballard, Barnhill. 
Second Row: Bauman, Berry, Blocker, Bridgewater, Calhoun, Castillon, Delany, Dishman, Ellis. 
Third Row: Fielder, Fitch, Fry, Gaston, Gibson, Giles, Gillespie, Ginn, Greeves. 



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MEMBERS 



Robert Snyder Alexander, Houston 
James Rieves Anderson, Uvalde 
Bolivar Coleman Andrews, Pharr 
Gary Alan Babb, Shreveport, La. 

Joe William Bain, San Antonio 
ames Lipscomb Ballard, III, 
La Marque 

Lynn H. W. Banowsky, San Antonio 
John Williamson Barnhill, Brenham 
Jon Roger Bauman, Dallas 
Buford Preston Berry, Archer City 
Truman Graves Blocker, III, Galveston 
Jack Richard Butler, San Angelo 
John Bogue Butler, Dallas 
Richard Wayland Calhoun, 

Shreveport, La. 

Mario Garza Castillon, Jr., Mexico City 
James Patrick Coughran, Houston 
Robert Edward Delany, Houston 
Harry Charles Dishman, Jr., Bryan 
Glen Edward Ellis, Comanche 
William Chapman Estes, Waxahachie 
William Cook Fielder, Lockhart 
John Thomas Fitch, San Antonio 
W. R. Gaston, Wichita Falls 
George Holmes Ginn, El Paso 
Don L. Griffith, Ennis 
Edward Jones Hale, Austin 
James Wilfred Harrington, Jr., Piano 
Richard Drake Hart, Austin 
Robert Campbell Hewell, Nixon 
Samuel Thomas Hodgdon, Dallas 
Albert Wolford Holmes, Austin 
.Ruben Wert Hope, Houston 
Gerald Howard Houston, 
Shreveport, La. 



Jimmy Dale Hunt, Fort Worth 
John Smith Ivy, Jr., Houston 
Gayle Morgan Jackson, Jr., Borger 
Harold David Krick, Jr., Austin 
Sayles Allison Leach, Abjlene 
Clyde Rabb Littlefield, Austin 
Reese Blake Lockett, Jr., Brenham 
William Edward Lokey, Brownsville 
Marvin Paul Lucas, San Antonio 
Charles Ellis McCullough, Austin 
Bertram Joseph McNelly, Jr., Uvalde 
Curtis W. Meadows, Jr., Dallas 
Odis Simpson Mingus, II, Aruba, N.W.I. 
Gordon Clifford Morris, Wichita Falls 
Lucian Leeds Morrison, III, San Antonio 
Mike A. Myers, Olney 
Glenn Lee Nolte, Lockhart 
Robert Bruce Parker, San Antonio 
George Euclid Payne, Jr., Wichita Falls 
James Archer Prentice, Austin 
Henry Carr Pritchett, Austin 
Fred Dewitt Reed, Jr., Port Arthur 
William Leon Rivers, Elgin 
Glenn Alfred Rogers, Big Spring 
Benny George Sandefur, Mt. Pleasant 
Bryan Anthony Scott, Kaufman 
Don Stanton Smith, Valley Mills 
Bill Stolhandske, Baytown 
John Milton Taylor, Pearsall 
Lanis Murl Thompson, Austin 
Wash Bryan Trammell, Jr., Houston 
Curry Helmuth Vogelsang, San Antonio 
William Wood Wallingford, Dallas 
Wiley C. Wimberly, Dallas 
Charles Edwin Williams, Port Arthur 
John Davis Worley, Dallas 



Top Row: Griffith, Gunn, Harrington, G. Hart. 
Second Row: Henry, Henson, Hewell, Hodgdon. 
Third Row: Holmes, Hope, Houston, Krick. 
Fourth Row: Leach, Leberman, Ledbetter, Littlefield. 
Fifth Row: Lockett, Lokey, Lucas, Mayhew. 
Sixth Row: McClellan, McCullough, Meadows, Mingus. 
Seventh Row: Morris, Morrison, Myers, Nelson. 
Eighth Row: Neuenschwander, Nolle, Norris, Nowotny. 
Ninth Row: Olafson, Powell, Prentice, E. Reed. 
Tenth Row: Richard, Richardson, Rivers, Rogers. 
Eleventh Row: Sanders, Smith, Taylor, Trotter. 
Twelfth Row: Vogelsang, Weinert, Wideman, Wright. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1884 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1869 

FACULTY 

HENRY WILSON CHAPMAN, Swimming Coach 
ERNEST R. HARDIN, Assistant Professor of Speech 
FRANK HALLAM LYELL, Associate Professor of English 
STUART A. MACCORKLE, Professor of Government 
JAMES J. POLLARD, Professor of Architectural Engineering 
EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Assistant to the Dean of Men 



Fall 

DALE ELLIS MILLER . 
LARRY D. SIKES .... 
MARVIN NEEL ELDER, JR. 
WEBB McCANN SOWDEN, JR. . 



OFFICERS 

Grand Master 
Grand Procurator 
Grand Scribe . 
Grand Treasurer . 



Spring 

WILLIAM ARTHUR HUDSON, III 
HENRY PIERCE MCGRATH 
MALCOLM GRAHAM BAKER 
CHARLES BENNETT RUSSEY 



PLEDGES 



Jim Choyce Allison, Houston 
Arthur Leland Baird, Fort Worth 
Maurice Arnim Baumgartcn, Houston 
Clair Maurice Branch, Kenedy 
Tom Kelly Butler, Houston 
Thomas Michael Cassin, San Antonio 
Tommy Dabney Chambers, Fort Worth 
Ernest Maurice Closuit, Fort Worth 
J. Brown Cutbirth, Houston 
Richard Harrison Cutrer, Houston 
Dennis Hayes Deer, Corpus Christi 
Charles Samuel Dreymala, Houston 
Robert James Franklin, Houston 
Joseph Edward Goeters, Houston 
Edwin Smith Graham, III, Graham 

John Gibbon Wolf, 



John Dennis Harrington, Houston 
Gerald Hartman, Waco 
John Scott Hoeck, San Antonio 
Charles Emory Long, Midland 
Ervin Thomas Lovell, Houston 
William Scott Norman, Houston 
Arch Elton Pardue, Jr., Stamford 
Phillip Hamilton Pritchett, Dallas 
Hamilton Paul Rogers, Jr., Fort Worth 
Frank Ford Smith, Houston 
Kenneth Albert Spies, Dallas 
Michael Gerald Sweeney, Houston 
William Farrington Taber, Corpus Christi 
Frederick Dickson Thompson, Jr., Fort Worth 
W. Roy Watson, Dallas 
Houston 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Robert Hall Brady, Houston 
Ross Pete Interrante, Dallas 
Junious Maurice Kyle, III, Orange 
Philip Lee Kyle, Orange 



Edwin Jones Peat, San Antonio 
Edward Robert Troy, Dallas 
Milton Russell Womack, El Paso 
Carroll Lee Wright, Jr., Fort Worth 




Top Row: Adams, Baird, Baker, Bankhead, Brown, Butler, Calkins, Canavan. 
Second Row: Carl, Cassin, Cobb, Connelly, Cutbirth, Darnall, Dickerson, Dreymala. 
Third Row: Fauntleroy, Franklin, Freel, Gauntt, Graham, Gunn, Harrington, Hartman. 



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MEMBERS 



Maurice McAshan Adams, Houston 
Dan Alan Almon, Dallas 
Malcolm Graham Baker, Houston 
Charles Herbert Bankhead, Fort Worth 
Ivan Ellis Brown, Jr., Wichita Falls 
James McCollum Burnett, Corpus Christi 
John Allen Calkins, Houston 
John Milton Canavan, Boerne 
William Nobel Carl, Jr., Houston 
Gale Garth Carroll, Houston 
Lynn Prewitt Carter, Houston 
Louis Denson Cobb, Tyler 
David Anthony Connelly, Houston 
Jack Bowan Cox, Houston 
Larry Darnall, Dallas 
Tom Martin Davis, Houston 
Charles Adolph Dickerson, Rosenberg 
Marvin Neel Elder, Jr., Fort Worth 
Edgar Scurry Ellis, Houston 
Carl Lewis Estes, II, Dallas 
John Parker Fauntleroy, Houston 
Radford Freel, Houston 
William Jordan Gallagher, Houston 
William Paul Gauntt, III, Fort Worth 
Charles Nelson Gilreath, Sulphur Springs 
Fallen Turley Gordon, Houston 
Curtis Conway Gunn, Jr., San Antonio 
Thomas Weldon Hale, Houston 
Dwight Leon Hill, Fort Worth 
William Arthur Hudson, III, Ft. Worth 
John Lawrence Jones, Sulphur Springs 
William Ferdinand Joplin, Sugarland 
Harold Russell Joseph, Jr., Austin 
William Carroll Kelly, Jr., Freer 
Alan Payne Langford, Mount Enterprise 
Charles Marlin Leake, Jr., San Antonio 
Lawrence Wayne Leake, Tyler 
Donald J. Malouf, Austin 
William Arnold McDade, El Campo 



Roderick Morrison McDonald, 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Henry Pierce McGrath, San Antonio 
George Patrick McKenna, Tyler 
Donald Ralph McLelland, San Antonio 
Thomas Vance McMahan, Houston 
Jessie Clyde McMahon, Jr., Big Spring 
Roy Arthur Menge, Fort Worth 
Bruce Barnett Miller, Victoria 
Dale Ellis Miller, Houston 
David John Moore, Cleburne 
Richard Woods Morris, Fort Worth 
Ervin Herbert Mueller, Jr., Houston 
William Robinson O'Hair, Jr., Coleman 
Rees Robertson Oliver, Jr., San Antonio 
Rowland Hilary Parker, Tyler 
Robert Sam Parks, Houston 
Thomas Leslie Pritchett, Jr., Dallas 
Wilfred Lee Rankine, Jr., Austin 
Edward Eugene Reed, Rosenberg 
John Clarke Roberts, Houston 
George Henry Rose, Houston 
Charles Bennett Russey, Fort Worth 
John William Schuhmacher, Jr., Houston 
Patrick Lambert Searcy, San Antonio 
Larry D. Sikes, Dallas 
James Emmett Snoddy, Jr., Houston 
Webb McCann Sowden, Jr., Dallas 
Robert Fredric Spies, Dallas 
Ross Lucas Stephenson, Houston 
Bobby Stillwell, Houston 
James Nelson Stofer, Victoria 
Harry Blake Terry, Houston 
Robert Clayton Vielock, San Antonio 
Robert Charles Volz, San Antonio 
Johnny Richard Warren, Bellaire 
Perry Michael Wells, Houston 
James H. Westmoreland, Bay City 



Top Row: Hoeck, Hudson, Jones, Joplin. 
Second Row: Joseph, Kelly, Langford, C. Leake. 
Third Row: L. Leake, Long, Malouf, McDonald. 
Fourth Row: McKenna, McLelland, McMahan, Miller. 
Fifth Row: Moore, Morris, O'Hair, Oliver. 
Sixth Row: Pardue, Parker, Parks, P. Pritchett. 
Seventh Row: T. Pritchett, Rankine, Reed, Roberts. 
Eighth Row: Rogers, Rose, Schuhmacher, Searcy. 
Ninth Row: Snoddy, K. Spies, R. Spies, Sweeney. 
Tenth Row: Taber, Vielock, Westmoreland, Wolf. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1909 

FACULTY 

CURTIS JACKSON ALDERSON, Associate Professor of Physical and Health Education 

ROBBIN COLYER ANDERSON, Professor of Chemistry 

LIEUTENANT COLONEL GEORGE HARLAN CORNISH, Associate Professor of Military 

Science and Tactics 

OLIVER HOYT WILLIAMS, Assistant Registrar 
RHEA HUGHSTON WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Physical and Health Education 



Fall 

GILBERT SEAY BROWN 
ROBB KENDRICK BURLAGE 
JACK MILAM .... 
STUART DERIC KERSHNER 



OFFICERS 

High Alpha . 
High Beta 
High Gamma . 
High Tau 



Spring 

CHESTER ALWYN BARR 
BERT BENTLY ADKINS, JR. 
RONALD GLENN SMITH 
STUART DERIC KERSHNER 



PLEDGES 



Raymond Gilbert Boyd, Jr., San Antonio 

Wayne Leon Browning, Temple 

Charles H. Burge, Houston 

Bob Randolph Casey, Houston 

Don Alvin Chappell, Dallas 

Richard Don Coan, De Leon 

Wilson Clarke Cook, Bryan 

Sidney Jerome Crumpton, Fort Stockton 

Charles Joseph Edwards, Austin 

Noel Gregory Ellis, Jr., Fort Worth 

George Pirtle Evans, Ganado 

Guy Wesly Ewing, III, Breckenridge 

Russell Jones Henry, Wichita Falls 

Carlett Lynn Hensley, Iowa Park 

Kenneth Ray Honeycutt, Lamesa 

Joseph Earl 



William Ross Laughlin, Baytown 
Hildred Bruce Lockhart, Corpus Christi 
Dale Vaughn Ludwig, Fort Worth 
Patrick Stephens Lutts, Dallas 
James William Owens, Texas City 
Jerry Lynn Paulette, Odessa 
John Douglas Reichert, Austin 
Hal Freeman Simmons, Dallas 
Ralph Russell Sloan, Sealy 
Bobby Lee Smith, Atlanta 
Edward Arlin Steele, Pasadena 
Marcus Leslie Thompson, Dallas 
William Haywood Tolbert, Sherman 
Rudolf Anthony Wedemeyer, Jr., Texas City 
Carleton Ross Womack, Odessa 
Zeigler, Jr., Victoria 



SPRING PLEDGES 

James Lee Smith, Odessa Arnold Krause, New Braunfels 

Herbert Cook Wilson Waco 




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Top Row: Adkins, Barr, Barth, Brown, Browdcr, Browning, Burge, Burlage, Butler. 
Second Row: Chappell, Connor, Cook, Crumpton, Day, Drummond. Durham, Eddings. 
Third Row: Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ewing, G. Fulli-r, Gii-sekr, Grccr, Griffith. 



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Bert Bently Adkins, Jr., Houston 
James Kenneth Alfred, Flagstaff, Ariz. 
Chester Alwyn Barr, Austin 
Clardy Shell Barth, Jr., San Angelo 
Marvin Wesley Browder, Jr., Fort Worth 
Gilbert Seay Brown, Dallas 
Robb Kendrick Burlage, Austin 
Joseph Harold Butler, Jr., Beaumont 
John Edwin Galloway, Louisville, Ky. 
Ronald Adelbert Carpenter, Bastrop 
Lucian Hunter Collins, Austin 
Sydney S. Connor, Houston 
Travis Lee Crosby, Weslaco 
Billy Bernard Day, Austin 
William Henry Drummond, San Antonio 
Walter Winn Durham, Fort Worth 
James Ralph Eddings, Highlands 
Stephan Clay Elliott, Dallas 
Charles Curtis Fuller, Dallas 
Gerald Maxwell Fuller, Hunstville 
William Reid Gieseke, Beaumont 
Edward Reginald Greer, Dallas 
Harold James Griffith, Dallas 
Carl Henry Groen, Danville, 111. 
Pete Addison Yancey Gunter, III, 

Houston 

Charles Houston Harris, III, Fort Worth 
Allen Burton Heard, Austin 
James Dunn Houston, Goliad 
Jerry Lee Hughes, Austin 
Donald John Keegan, Texas City 
Roderick Earle Kennedy, Houston 
Stuart Deric Kershner, Houston 
Donald Paul Knoles, El Paso 
James Lowell Kuester, Houston 



Vernal Ray Little, Austin 

Charles Joseph Macmanus, Corpus 

Christi 

Murray B. Mangum, Baytown 
William Alan Marcontell, Houston 
Richard Lewis McRoberts, Dallas 
Jack Milam, Victoria 
David Andrew Millican, Dallas 
Joseph Nicholas Murphy, III, Dallas 
Mervin Lawrence Naumann, Spicewood 
Roger Francis Nelson, Austin 
Fred Thomas Porter, Dallas 
John Herbert Ray, San Angelo 
Rocco Giardina Revisore, New 

Orleans, La. 

Robert Eugene Reynolds, Austin 
James Glenn Richards, Baytown 
William Hays Rogers, Dallas 
David Ryan, Fort Worth 
Vernon Loid Ryan, II, Brady 
Thomas Hall Shelby, III, Tyler 
Louis Richard Smith, III, Austin 
Joe Rae Smith, Victoria 
Ronald Glenn Smith, Houston 
Douglas Ogden Smyth, Portland 
Jay Riggan Sorrell, Pearsall 
Hollis Moran Taylor, Baytown 
James Terrell Townsend, Brady 
Robert Bryan Townsend, Austin 
Robert B. Twaddell, Clarendon 
William Kyle Vollmer, Mercedes 
Harry Joseph Walter, III, Corpus Christi 
Samuel Womack Warner, Dallas 
John Charles Wheeler, Austin 



Top Row: Groen, Gunter, Harris, Heard. 
Second Row: Henslcy, Honeycutt, Houston, Hughes. 
Third Row: Keegan, Kershner, Kuester, Laughlin. 
Fourth Row: Lockhart, Ludwig, Lutts, Macmanus. 
Fifth Row: Mangum, Marcontell, McRoberts, Milam. 
Sixth Row: Millican, Naumann, Nelson, Owens. 
Seventh Row: Porter, Reichert, Revisore, V. Ryan. 
Eighth Row: Shelby, Sloan, B. Smith, J. Smith. 
Ninth Row: Sorrell, Taylor, Thompson, Tolbert. 
Tenth Row: J. Townsend, Twaddell, Vollmer, Walter. 
Eleventh Row: Warner, Wedemeyer, Womack, Zeigler. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1848 



FACULTY 

ROY BEDICHEK, Director Emeritus, Bureau of Public School Service 
THOMAS MABRY CRANFILL, Associate Professor of English 
CHARLES TILFORD McCORMICK, Professor of Law 
ROBERT WELDON STAYTON, Professor of Law 



Fall 

JERRY VAN KYLE 
HILLIARD DUDLEY CHAMBERS 
RICHARDSON GANG SCURRY, JR. 
WADE CASSLE SMITH . 
GIBBS MACDANIEL., JR. 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Warden .... 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
House Manager 



Spring 

GIFFORD O. TOUCHSTONE 
WADE CASSLE SMITH 
JOE BURGH GILBERT 
JAMES IRVINE PERKINS, JR. 
CORBIN LEE SNOW, JR. 






PLEDGES 

Robert James Brent, Jr., Houston 

David Mooney Carmichael, Beaumont 

Cornelius George Comegys, McKinney 

Malcolm Lane Cooper, Amarillo 

Jon Russ Eversberg, Albany 

Robert O'Brien Johnson, Austin 

John Raymond Jordan, Houston 

John Michael Mahaffey, Corpus Christi 

Arthur Kercheville McCallum, Corpus Christi 

Joe Lett Ward, 



Charles Robert Neblett, Canyon 
Ralph Sells Neuhaus, Houston 
Benjamin Rush Norvell, Beaumont 
Edwin Stephen Oden, Atlanta 
Charles Wellington Pace, Dallas 
Robert Bush Smithers, Jr., Huntsville 
Arthur William SoRelle, III, Amarillo 
William Arthur Thompson, Dallas 
Tommy Eusie Turner, Borger 
III, Waco 



SPRING PLEDGES 



David Rutledge, Dallas 



William Furrh, Marshall 




Top Row: Adleta, Armstrong, Austin, Blaine, Box, Brent. 

Second Row: Carmichael, Carney, Cecil, Compton, Cooper, Drury. 



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MEMBERS 



Edward Jackson Adleta, Dallas 
John Sutton Allison, Fort Stockton 
Carl Eugene Andrews, Dallas 
Thomas Marshall Andrews, Dallas 
Robert Landis Armstrong, Austin 
Stanley Arch Ault, Longview 
Jeff Austin, Jr., Frankston 
William Skidmore Banks, III, Houston 
Robert Franklin Bartlett, Marshall 
Haley Kent Beasley, Dallas 
Robert McBride Elaine, Jr., Houston 
Walter Eden Bloxsom, Houston 
Roy Edgar Box, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Howard Clayton Brants, Jr., Fort Worth 
Stephen Robert Butter, Longview 
Howard Augustus Carney, Jr., Atlanta 
Philip Ridley Cecil, Paris 
Hilliard Dudley Chambers, Grand Prairie 
George Littlefield Clark, Dallas 
Gerald McLendon Clark, Port Lavaca 
Whitfield Harral Clark, Dallas 
Dabney Wharton Coleman, Austin 
Howard Ayres Compton, Jr., Dallas 
William Van Conover, Houston 
Neil Lewis Drury, St. Louis, Mo. 
John Warner Duckett, Jr., Dallas 
James Marion Dunham, Houston 
Devereux Brown Dunlap, Dallas 
Clarence Stacey Eastham, Jr., Houston 
Walter Lenoir Foxworth, II, Dallas 
Thomas Phil Francis, Austin 
Joe Burch Gilbert, Austin 
Robert Wentworth Gilstrap, Austin 
Paul Milton Gray, Jr., Corpus Christi 
George Lee Griffin, Dallas 
Henry Royden Hamman, Houston 



Maxwell Lee Hightower, Mount Pleasant 
Gordon Arthur Holloway, Dallas 
Douglas Wilson Inglish, San Antonio 
Bobby Clark James, Borger 
Carter Benjamin Kelly, Amarillo 
Joseph Overton Kennedy, Jr., Rotan 
Guy Edmund Knolle, Jr., Houston 
Jon Warren Knolle, Houston 
Jerry Van Kyle, Sherman 
Olin Clifton Lancaster, Jr., Dallas 
Charles Allen Lingo, Jr., Houston 
Gibbs Macdaniel, Jr., San Antonio 
Charles Henry Moore, III, Galveston 
George Ernest Myers, Longview 
Whipple Spaulding Newell, Jr., Houston 
Robert Wilkerson Patteson, Jr., Midland 
James Irvine Perkins, Jr., Rusk 
Doyle Emmett Parkinson, Greggton 
Jess Newton Rayzor, Houston 
Peter Lindsey Reynolds, Dallas 
Gustav Robert Robertson, Jr., Houston 
John Blue Scofield, Houston 
Richardson Gano Scurry, Jr., Dallas 
William Monte Shackelford, Corpus 

Christi 

Allen Currie Smith, Amarillo 
Wade Cassle Smith, Dallas 
Corbin Lee Snow, Jr., Marshall 
Peter Kempner Thompson, Galveston 
Gifford O. Touchstone, Dallas 
William Michael Trant, Tyler 
John Frederick Trimble, Orange 
James Glenn Turner, Jr., Dallas 
Preston Alonzo Weatherred, III, 

Houston 
John William Worsham, Houston 




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Top Row: Duckett, Eversberg, Gilbert. 
Second Row: Gray, Holloway, Jordan. 
Third Row: Kelly, Kennedy, Kyle. 
Fourth Row: Macdaniel, Moore, Neblett. 
Fifth Row: Neuhaus, Norvell, Odcn. 
Sixth Row: Pace, Patteson, Perkins. 
Seventh Row: Robertson, Scurry, Shackelford. 
Eighth Row: W. Smith, Smither, Snow. 
Ninth Row: SoRelle, Thompson. 
Tenth Row: G. Touchstone, T. Turner. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1883 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1848 



FACULTY 

FREDERIC DUNCALF, Professor Emeritus of History 

HOWARD CLIFFORD GILSTRAP, Special Instructor in Physical Training for Men 

WILLIAM SAMUEL LIVINGSTON, Associate Professor of Government 

BERRY McCLURE WHITAKER, Director, Intramural Sports for Men 



Fall 

BRADLEY ALLISON FOWLER 
FRANK LEMUEL MCCLENDON . 
JAMES WHITTENBURG WALKER 
ROBERT LEE BROWNING 
DON CHARLES WUKASCH . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Treasurer .... 
Corresponding Secretary- 
Recording Secretary 
Historian . 






Spring 

BRADLEY ALLISON FOWLER 
FRANK LEMUEL MCCLENDON 
JAMES WHITTENBURG WALKER 
ROBERT LEE BROWNING 
DON CHARLES WUKASCH 



PLEDGES 



James Robert Armstrong, Dallas 

William Warren Brewer, Austin 

Rambie Le Briggs, San Antonio 

Ira Jon Brumley, Austin 

Gary Preston Butcher, Jr., Midland 

Larry George Cooper, Rapid City, S. Dak. 

John William Copeland, Austin 

Eugene Joseph Dozier, Fort Worth 

Marshall James Dyke, Borger 

James Murray Eller, Dallas 

Kenneth Eugene English, San Angelo 

Joseph Ebner Funk, San Angelo 

Joe Thomas Harren, Weslaco 

Jeffrey Merwin Heller, Tyler 

Robert K. Hillin, Midland 

Thad Johnson Jarrett, Del Rio 

William Irvin Wyatt, 



Kent Danforth Kibbie, Fort Worth 
Fred Frazier Ligon, Dallas 
William John Lyons, Jr., San Antonio 
Jimmy Foster Mason, Irene 
Morris Robert Maynor, Atlanta 
Robert Wayne Mighell, Dallas 
Morris Barnes Mike Milam, Austin 
Roy Eugene Miller, Austin 
Thomas Leslie Newman, Austin 
Joe Knapp Perry, Weslaco 
Shannon Harrison Ratliff, Sonora 
William Beal Scrogglie, Fort Worth 
John Henry Steinle, III, Austin 
Michael Arlan Wash, Stamford 
James Thornton Willerson, San Antonio 
Barry Charles Wukasch, Austin 
Jr., San Antonio 




Top Row: Armstrong, Bolding, Brewer, Briggs, Browning, Brumley, Buck. Buenz, Burkett. 
Second Row: Butcher, Camp, Coffee, Condron, Conn, Copeland, Croft, Dau. 
Third Row: P. Davis, Dozier, Dyke, Eller, English, Ferrier, Fowler, Fullingim. 



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MEMBERS 



Thomas Duncan Arnhold, Wichita Falls 

Lloyd Elvin Arnold, Jr., Austin 

Henry Winfield Atherton, Galveston 

Charles Edward Bacr, Seguin 

James Augustus Blalock, Jr., Port Arthur 

Edward Porter Holding, San Angelo 

Bethca Wright Brendlcy, Houston 

Robert Lee Browning, Corpus Christi 

Alfred Augustus Buck, Midland 

Peter Robertson Buenz, San Antonio 

David Tyng Burke, Tyler 

Robert Judson Burkett, Amarillo 

Jim Sam Camp, Pecos 

Roy Clarence Coffee, Jr., Dallas 

William Franklin Condron, Jr., Elgin 

George David Conn, Beaumont 

Raymond Wilson Cozby, Jr., Grand Saline 

Hugh Bob Currie, Amarillo 

Leland Chancy Croft, Odessa 

Ralph Waldrom Dau, Dallas 

Robert McCall Davenport, Abilene 

Paul Leming Davis, Jr., Midland 

Robert Taylor Davis, Austin 

William James Derrick, El Paso 

Ted Lawrence Ferrier, Jr., Wichita, Kan. 

Walter William Fondren, III, Houston 

Bradley Allison Fowler, Austin 

William Embry Fullingim, Odessa 

Richard Lee Gannett, Fort Worth 

James Duncan Gordon, Piano 

Robert Winston Gray, Austin 

Rex Wharton Greenstreet, Midland 

Wilbur Horace Greenstreet, Jr., Midland 

Hall Street Hammond, San Antonio 

William Llewellyn Hoey, Midland 

Eugene Adolph Holmgreen, III, San Antonio 

Donald Finley Hugus, Tyler 

Charles Raymond Jones, San Angelo 

Frank Bedford Jones, Jr., Lamesa 

Roy Edwin Kimsey, Jr., Midland 

Jon Bedford Kirk, Austin 

George Haze Kolb, San Antonio 

Bobby Lee Lackey, Weslaco 

Robert Ragsdale Lanier, Jr., Amarillo 



Billy Ken LaRue, Austin 

Harold Norman Lindley, Prcos 

Larry Lee Loyd, Shreveport, La. 

George Lescher MacGregor, Jr., Dallas 

Edwin Vince Matthews, Houston 

William Berry McCampbell, Corpus Christi 

Frank Lemuel McClendon, Tyler 

Thomas Albert McMann, Weslaco 

James Edward McNeel, San Antonio 

William Allan McNeill, Beaumont 

Frederick Warren Middleton, San Antonio 

Robert Wyatt Morgan, Victoria 

David Lee Moseley, Rochclle 

Houston C. Munson, San Antonio 

Alexander Palmros, Fort Worth 

David Bascom Parker, Fort Worth 

Arlis B. Parkhurst, Midland 

Scott Petty, Jr., San Antonio 

David Leslie Pollard, Austin 

Bradford Argall Popkin, Houston 

William Roark Ratliff, Sonora 

Frank Werner Rennert, San Antonio 

Ronald Henry Roberts, Dallas 

Robert James Robertson, Beaumont 

James Franklin Roddie, Brady 

David Addison Rogers, McAllen 

Elbert Buddy Rogers, Tyler 

Edward Alexander Sasse, Austin 

Joe Martin Sebesta, Bastrop 

Don Miles Shine, Dallas 

Jimmy Bruce Shrake, Fort Worth 

Marc H. Stewart, Gladewater 

Douglas Barry Stone, Portales, N. M. 

James Edgar Suttle, Fort Worth 

Harry Evans Taylor, Fort Worth 

Charles John Turner, Dallas 

David Oakes Turner, Dallas 

Robert David Valerius, Shreveport, La. 

Bobby Lee Verplank, Amarillo 

James Whittenburg Walker, Amarillo 

William Richard Weaver, Corpus Christi 

Jimmy Dwayne Welch, Lubbock 

Francis Harris Whitehead, Jr., Del Rio 

Don Charles Wukasch, Austin 



Top Row: Funk, Gannett, Gordon, Gray. 

Second Row: W. Greenstreet, Hammond, Heller, Hillin. 

Third Row: Holmgreen, C. Jones, F. Jones, Kibbie. 

Fourth Row: Kimsey, Kirk. Kolb, Lanier. 

Fifth Row: Ligon, Lindley, Loyd, Lyons. 

Sixth Row: Mason, Maynor, McCampbell, Middleton. 

Seventh Row: Mighell, Miller, Moseley, Morgan. 

Eighth Row: Plamros, Parker. Peery, Petty. 

Ninth Row: S. Ratliff, W. Ratliff, Sasse, Scrogglie. 

Tenth Row: Sebesta, Shrake, Steinle, Stewart. 

Eleventh Row: Suttle, Turner, Verplank, Walker. 

Twelfth Row: Willerson, B. Wukasch, D. Wukasch, Wyatt. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1852 

FACULTY 

HULON WITHERSPOON BLACK, Director, University Development Board 

WILLARD HUGHES BRENTLINGER, Assistant Professor of Psychology 

HOMER VINCENT CRAIG, Professor of Mathematics 

EDWARD EVERETT HALE, Professor of Economics 

JOSEPH LINDSEY HENDERSON, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education 

GUS M. HODGES, Professor of Law 

CALEB P. PATTERSON, Professor Emeritus of Government 

JAMES R. ROACH, Associate Professor of Government 

OLIVER DOUGLAS WEEKS, Professor of Government 



Fall 

ROBERT JOSEPH LEE 
BEN ADDISON DONNELL 
GAGE VAN HORN, III 
ALBERT LIPSCOMB EBAUGH 



OFFICERS 

G.P. . 
V.G.P. 
A.G. . . 
B.G. . 



LLOYD WALKER JARY, JR ..... P. 



Spring 

JOE PATRICK EDWARDS 
JOHN ALLAN WATSON 
GAGE VAN HORN, III 
THOMAS PHILLIPS FIELD, JR. 
MORRIS MADDEN CREEL 



PLEDGES 



Howard Michael Arno, Austin 
William Byron Ayton, Brownsville 
James Melton Bailey, Houston 
Robert Allan Biggs, Austin 
Max Morris Calliham, Conway 
Emory Clifton Camp. Cameron 
Richard Ware Carter, Midland 
Douglas Holland Chilton, Austin 
Daniel Christopher, Houston 
Tom Allen Connally, Houston 
William Lionel Graver, Jr., Midland 
James Douglas Culver, Tyler 
John Joseph Eikenburg, Dallas 
George Homer Fancher, Austin 
Alton Earnest Greeven, Austin 
Anthony Finis Grinke, Dallas 
Thomas Mannan Grubbs, San Antonio 

James Francis Waggener, 



Joe Bob Hall, Winnie 
Lynn Sherwood Hunt, Amarillo 
Bill David Jobe, Marshall 
William Eugene Joor, III, Houston 
Edwin Loren Kirkpatrick, II, Austin 
John Warriner Long, San Antonio 
William Edward Matthews, Houston 
Robert Marion Moore, San Antonio 
Clarence Leon Oliver, Dallas 
John Harris Robertson, Bryan 
Don Shane Robinson, Plainvicw 
Nelson Vernon Sanders, Odessa 
Gerald Lee Sewell, Houston 
William Nick Sikes, Jacksboro 
Richard Dalton Spangler, Austin 
George William Swain. Ill, San Antonio 
Robert Porter Turpin, Midland 
Western Springs, 111. 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Andrew Gregory Gannaway, Austin Coley Ronald Platt, Austin 

David Earl McDonald, Houston Rex Allen Rardcn, McCamey 

John Paul Wilkinson. Jr., Midland 




Top Row: Anderson, Atwill, Ayton, Benner, R. Biggs, W. Biggs, Bond, Calliham, Camp. 
Second Row: Canova, Carter, Chilton, Connally, Cooke, Craver, E. Creel, M. Creel, C. Culver. 
Third Row: J. Culver, Curry, Davis, DcGrassi, Donnell, Ebaugh, Eikenburg, Eliot, Ellison. 



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MEMBERS 



Clarence Eugene Anderson, Amarillo 

James Houston Atwill, Midland 

Thomas Jay Benner, Dallas 

Willie Smith Bennett, Amarillo 

William Ambrose Biggs, Austin 

Ernest Patrick Bond, Baytown 

Denmar Barclay Canova, Amarillo 

William Peyton Cookc, Amarillo 

Elbert Creel, Phillips 

Morris Madden Creel, Phillips 

George Allen Crowley, Austin 

John Cecil Culpepper, Jr., College Station 

Charles David Culver, Tyler 

Keys Alexander Curry, Jr., Midland 

Terence Attebury Curtis, Amarillo 

Joe Shirley Davis, Snyder 

Hollis Baxter DeGrassi, Jr., Amarillo 

Paul Logan DeVerter, II, Baytown 

Monte Severne Donaldson, Galena Park 

Ben Addison Donnell, Wichita Falls 

John Timothy Dorman, Jacksonville 

Agustus Vcntors Charles Drake, Wellington 

Sam William Dunn, Amarillo 

Albert Lipscomb Ebaugh, Villa Acuna, 

Coahuila 

Joe Patrick Edwards, Fort Worth 
George Washington Eliot, Jr., Midland 
Lynwood Grayburn Elliott, Austin 
David Ragsdale Ellison, Austin 
Thomas Phillips Field, Jr., Dallas 
Robert Charles Floyd, Midland 
Glenn Lloyd Garrison, Odessa 
James Michael Geron, Dallas 
Frank Leland Glass, Sweetwater 
Richard Douglas Hague, Michigan City, Ind. 
Kenneth Albert Hill, Corpus Christi 



James Myron Holcomb, Crane 
Paxton Hope Howard, Jr., Austin 
Lloyd Walker Jary, Jr., Fort Worth 
Monroe Dudley Johnson, Austin 
Harry David Kirkpatrick, Phillips 
Stewart Birtrum Lambert, Austin 
Robert Joseph Lee, Bryan 
Jesse Arthur Leggett, Midland 
Carl Edwin Locke, Jr., Austin 
Lawrence Allen Mann, Laredo 
Greg Newton Martin, Austin 
John Edgar Martin, Cleveland 
Jean Arnold Martindale, Pampa 
Joel Thomas Mays, San Angelo 
David Spencer McDonald, Houston 
Fred Daniel McDonald, Fort Worth 
James Lee McWhorter, Amarillo 
Robert Dean McWhorter, Amarillo 
James William Miller, Austin 
Donald Scott Mullins, Amarillo 
Roane Harwood Puett, Longview 
Virgil Sullivan Rabb, Austin 
James Thomas Rogers, Fort Worth 
Rodney Waldman Rogers, Dallas 
Floyd Cecil Saxon, Jr., Baytown 
William Fred Schmidt, Jr., Amarillo 
Alden Barton Smith, Austin 
Nelson Douglas Stubblefield, Fort Worth 
Gage Van Horn, III, Odessa 
Kenneth Wayne Vernon, Plainview 
Billy Newton Walker, Cleveland 
John Allan Watson, Austin 
James Arlen Wilson, Baytown 
Ronald Gene Woods, Pampa 
James Fletcher Wright, Austin 



Top Row: Field, Garrison, Grinke, Grubbs. 

Second Row: Hall, Hill, Holcolm, Howard. 

Third Row: Hunt, Jary, Jobe, Joor. 

Fourth Row: E. Kirkpatrick, H. Kirkpatrick, Lambert, Lee. 

Fifth Row: Leggett, Long, Mann, G. Martin. 

Sixth Row: ]. Martin, Matthews, D. McDonald, F. McDonald. 

Seventh Row: Moore, Mullins, Oliver, Puett. 

Eighth Row: Rabb, Robertson, Robinson, Rogers. 

Ninth Row: Sanders, Saxon, Schmidt, Sewell. 

Tenth Row: Sikes, Spangler, Stubblefield, Swain. 

Eleventh Row: Turpin, Van Horn, Vernon, Waggener. 

Twelfth Row: Walker, Watson, Wilson, Woods. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1941 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1850 

FACfLTY 

STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Associate Professor of Resources 

LLOYD LORING CLICK, Dean Emeritus, College of Arts and Sciences 

ROBERT CRAWFORD COTNER, Assistant Professor of History 

DR. JOHN AUGUSTUS CROCKETT, Physician, Specialist, Student Health Center 

COLLIER READ CRANBERRY, Professor of Electrical Engineering 

CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN, Director, Texas Union 

ARNO NOWOTNY, Dean of Student Life 



Fall 

BRADY MARSHALL COLE . 
JAMES HUNTER THOMPSON 
TOM HOWARD TIMMINS . 
HUGH K. HARRIS 
BOBBY JACK SIMPSON 



OFFICERS 

Alpha . . 

Beta 

Pi . . . 

Sigma . 

Tau 



PLEDGES 



Jack Tarpy Andersen, San Antonio 
William Kirkland Baker, Houston 
Woodrow Ivan Beasley, Jr., Del Rio 
Warren August Buttelmann, Jr., Houston 
Robert Lewis CofTey, Freeport 
Richard Rosser Cole, Houston 
Maurice Edward Cowan, Austin 
William Edward DeMouche, Houston 
Stanley Burnett Ferguson, Houston 
Rick Peter Fisher, Conroe 
Travis Duane Franklin, Houston 

O. Henry Young, 



Spring 

JOSEPH JEFFERSON ESTILL, JR. 
TOM HOWARD TIMMINS 
GRADY DYSON BRUCE, JR. 
WILLIAM MOFFETT KROMER 
BOBBY JACK SIMPSON 



Joseph Lee Gleason, Houston 
Jack Alden Harvey, Austin 
Hugh Milner Herndon, Houston 
George William Knebel, Austin 
Richard James Lindley, Jr., Houston 
Alvie Tolbert Merrill, Freeport 
Hugh Gibbs Mood, Midland 
Mark Kimbrough Mosley, Jr., Buna 
Charles Wayne Stigall, Houston 
Robert Barnes Summers, Pasadena 
A. Haygood Wilson, Jr., San Antonio 
Jr., Abilene 









SPRING PLEDGES 
Shelly Lee Leffingwell, Austin John Patrick Ivey, Pecos 




Top Row: Andersen, Baker, Bcall, Beasley, Birdwell, Blanton, Brocato. Brooks. 
Second Row: Bruce, Carter, Cobb, Coffey, B. Cole, R. Cole, Cowan, W. Davidson. 
Third Row: DeMouche, Doherty, Dyer, Ferguson, Fisher, Folcy, Franklin, Gipson. 



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MEMBERS 



William Kent Anderson, Houston 
Dan Lewis Armstrong, III, Houston 
William Donald Armstrong, Lubbock 
John Gillespie Beall, Jacksonville 
Al Evans Birdwell, Jr., Houston 
John Charles Blanton, San Antonio 
Finice David Breedlove, Midland 
Anthony Gerard Brocato, Beaumont 
Henry Tebbs Brooks, Houston 
Grady Dyson Bruce, Jr., San Antonio 
Gregory Alan Carter, Fort Worth 
Lawrence Dean Cobb, Marlin 
John Richard Cogdell, Electra 
Brady Marshall Cole, Houston 
Jack Willard Connel, Jr., Wichita Falls 
Clifford William Davidson, Houston 
William Lewis Davidson, Houston 
Vincent Holle DeFoy, Houston 
Bill Nelson Dikes, Houston 
Larry Norman Doherty, Houston 
Don Thomas Dyer, Denison 
Joseph Jefferson Estill, Jr., Houston 
Charles Lewis Foley, Houston 
Gerald Carlyle Galbraith, Dallas 
Ray Alvin Gipson, Victoria 
Irwin Duyka Hammack, Angleton 
Hugh K. Harris, Fort Worth 
James Dell Heinrichs, Bowie 
Glenn Curtis Hunt, Jr., San Antonio 
J. L. Jackson, Austin 
Robert Eugene Jones, Houston 



Jerry Stokes Jordan, Lake Jackson 
William Moffett Kromer, San Antonio 
John S. Lauer, Camp Hill, Penn. 
Cadmus Kilgore Lawson, II, Dallas 
Patrick McNamara, Austin 
Everett Armistead Marley, Jr., Houston 
Frank Estes Martin, Jr., Mart 
Clifton Hatcher McCall, Victoria 
George Baker Meyer, II, Houston 
Bradley C. Miles, San Angelo 
Charles Eddis Moore, Mineral Wells 
James Charles Murphy, Austin 
Samuel Jerome Payne, Dallas 
Paul Joseph Porcarello, Houston 
Robert Thomas Rapp, Fort Worth 
Spencer Cone Relyea, III, Dallas 
Bennett James Roberts, Jr., Houston 
Joseph Wayne Roberts, Houston 
Bobby Jack Simpson, Fort Worth 
William Gibbs Spiller, Houston 
Gary Frederick Taft, San Benito 
Michael Edward Thomas, Maracaibo, 

Venezuela 

James Hunter Thompson, Houston 
William Van Thompson, Dallas 
Tom Howard Timmins, Elysian Fields 
Louis Nathan Trapolino, Houston 
George Thomas Warner, Odessa 
Neil Larry Whitesell, Austin 
Richard Blondell Williams, Dallas 
Roger Robinson Wright, Jr., Austin 
Robert Carlton Wyche, Dallas 



Top Row: Hammack, Harris, Harvey, Heinrichs. 

Second Row: Herndon, Reiner, Konrad, Huber, Hunt, Jones. 

Third Row: Jordan, Knebel, Kromer, Lauer. 

Fourth Row: Lawson, Lindley, Marley. Martin. 

Fifth Row: McCall, Merrill, Miles, Mood. 

Sixth Row: Moore, Mosley, Murphy, Payne. 

Seventh Row: Porcarello, Roberts, Simpson, Spiller. 

Eighth Row: Stigall, Summers, Taft, Thomas. 

Ninth Row: Thompson, Timmins, Trapolino, Whitesell. 

Tenth Row: Wilson, Young. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1943 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1906 



FACULTY 

HOMER GOOSEY ELLIS, Teaching Assistant in Mathematics 
ROY RANKIN KREZDORN, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
ROBERT LEE MILLS, Associate Professor of Educational Administration 
KENNETH WILLIAM OLM, Assistant Professor of Management 



Fall 

LEON ARTHUR WHITNEY 
JOEL BOLTON MCCARTY, JR. 
DAVID EDMOND HUNT . 

DAVID EUMOND HUNT . 
LINN NEAL DUNIVEN 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Corresponding 
Secretary 

Recording 
Secretary 

Treasurer 



Spring 

JOEL BOLTON MCCARTY, JR. 
ROBERT WARREN SILMAN 
WILLIAM BENNETT SMITH, III 

DONALD ALLAN MAXWELL 
ROBERT DAVID ERNST 






PLEDGES 

James Howard Blasingame, Houston 
William Jackson Blythe, Huntsville 

Charles Harold Borup, III, Houston 
Charlie Dalton Moore, Abilene 

Joseph Spencer Morrow, Jr., Waco 
Arnold Wood Orsak, Caldwell 

David Edward Phillips, Waco 

George William Peter Reinhart, Fort Worth 
William Bennett Smith, III, Athens 
Lewis Hardeman Steves, Bay City 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Orel Carlyle Dugger, Amarillo 

Jack Arnold Orsack, Caldwell 

Robert Lyon Hall, Fort Worth 

Mason Webster, III, San Antonio 






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MEMBERS 



James William Akkerman, Houston 
Gordon Earl Beck, Anson 
Robert Arthur Boberg, Dallas 
Don Edward Boesch, Houston 
Franklin D. Bollman, Clarksville 
Carl Gene Bradley, El Paso 
Paul Meredith Gulp, Jr., Abilene 
James Edgar Davis, El Paso 
Linn Neal Duniven, Amarillo 
Earnest Wesley Dyke, Mount Pleasant 
Robert David Ernst, Munnsville, N. Y. 
Sammie James Granato, San Antonio 
Robert Lester Griffis, Coleman 
Jess Lester Harkness, Seymour 



David Edmond Hunt, El Paso 
Byron Mylphis King, Austin 
Donald Allan Maxwell, Austin 
Joel Bolton McCarty, Jr., Houston 
Charles Lee Michulka, Wharton 
H. Roger Phillips, San Antonio 
Aubrey Benjamin Pinnell, El Paso 
Andy Spencer Robertson, Kingsville 
Robert Clifton Russell, Jr., Arlington 
Robert William Shohan, Parkersburg,W.Va. 
Robert Warran Silman, New York, N. Y. 
Victor O. R. Tafel, Jr., San Antonio 
John Lytle Tom, Jr., Campbellton 
Leon Arthur Whitney, Amarillo 



Top Row: Beck, Boberg, Boesch. 
Second Row: Borup, Blythe, Gulp. 
Third Row: Dyke, Ernst, Griffis. 
Fourth Row: Maxwell, McCarty, Michulka. 
Fifth Row: Moore, Orsak, D. Phillips. 
Sixth Row: H. Phillips, Pinnell, Reinhart. 
Seventh Row: Robertson, Russell, Shohan. 
Eighth Row: Silman, Smith, Steves. 
Ninth Row: Tafel, Tom, Whitney. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1920 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1910 



Fall 

HAROLD LEONARD KAMINSKY 
WILLIAM LEWIS KOTTWITZ 
BARRY EARL KAUFMAN 
JEROME JACOB NATHAN, III 
Gus BLOCK 



OFFICERS 

Master Prater 
Vice-Master Prater . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

JON DAVID TOTZ 
MAURICE GOLDSTEIN 
THOMAS CARL SONNENBERG 
BARRY EARL KAUFMAN 
RONALD NORMAN SCHOENBRUN 



PLEDGES 

Steven Lyle Alexander, Waco 
Harold Eichenbaum, Jr., Austin 
Samuel David Glassman, Greenville 
Gary Alvin Goldfeder, Wichita Falls 
Charles Edward Hauser, Houston 
Richard Jules Loewenstern, Houston 
Rodney Harry Margolis, Houston 
Lowell Maurice Rosenthal, Fort Worth 
Sherman Allan Ross, Houston 
Mansel Mose Rubenstein, Houston 
Raphael Taub Schwartz, Houston 






I 

1 










Top Row: Aaron, Anisman, Block, Brown, Daily, Desenberg. 

Second Row: Eichenbaum, Finger, Fink, Gcrson, Glassman, Goldbcnf. 



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MEMBERS 



Steven Louis Aaron, Dallas 
Melvin Aardvark Anisman, Pampa 
Gus Block, Houston 
Stephan Zachary Brown, Tyler 
Leon J. Daily, Jr., New Gulf 
Marvin Allen Denowitz, Longview 
Julius Desey Desenberg, Houston 
Ronald Jack Finger, Houston 
Lowell Stephen Fink, Houston 
Fred Milton Gerson, Houston 
Herbert Stephen Goldberg, Marshall 
Edmond Goldstein, Forrest City 
Maurice Goldstein, Sherman 
Seinwil Louis Greenberg, Beaumont 

Freddie Sherman Harkavy, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

Lawrence Maurice Joseph, Mesquite 
Stephen Irl Kaiser, Houston 
Harold Leonard Kaminsky, Houston 
Jay Jules Karkowsky, Houston 
Richard Simon Karotkin, Austin 
Ronald Mitchell Katz, San Antonio 
Barry Earl Kaufman, Houston 
Jay Rodney Kline, Port Arthur 



William Joe Koen, Austin 

J. Livingston Kosberg, Waco 

Stanley Joel Kottwitz, Galveston 

William Lewis Kottwitz, Houston 

Frank Lester Levy, Waco 

Joseph Edward Lowenstein, Port Arthur 

Clarence Edwin Mayer, Jr., Helena, Ark. 

Jerome Jacob Nathan, III, Beaumont 

Jules Follis Rose, Houston 

Barry Raymond Russak, Tyler 

Ronald Norman Schoenbrun, Tyler 

Joseph Shade, Temple 

David Ely Smith, Austin 

Thomas Carl Sonnenberg, San Antonio 

Lawrence Edward Steinberg, Dallas 

Phillip David Stotland, Hattiesburg, 
Miss. 

Jon David Totz, Gonzales 
Sidney Conrad Weiss, Dallas 
Jerry Ames Wells, Galveston 

Robert Lawrence Yarmo, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Harold Isadore Zweig, San Antonio 



Top Row: Goldfedcr, E. Goldstein, M. Goldstein. 
Second Row: Harkavy, Hauscr, Kaiser. 
Third Row: Karkowsky, Karotkin, Katz. 
Fourth Row: Kaufman, Koen, W. Kottwitz. 
Fifth Row: Levy, Loewenstein, Margolis. 
Sixth Row: Mayer, Nathan, Ross. 
Seventh Row: Rubenstein, Rusenthal, Russak. 
Eighth Row: Schoenbrun, Schwartz, Smith. 
Ninth Row: Sonnenberg, Steinberg, Stotland. 
Tenth Row: Totz, Yarmo, Zweig. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1947 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1873 

FACULTY 

FREDERICK JOSEPH ADAMS, Professor of Educational Psychology 
HUBERT ALDINE BRANDENBURG, Instructor in Romance Languages 
FRANKLIN LANIER COX, Assistant to the President 

PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER, Professor and Director, School of Architecture 
KARL K. KLEIN, Assistant Professor of Physical and Health Education 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

JOHN WESLEY SAUER . 
JOE NEIL TILLERY . 
BURRELL ROWE, III . 
RONNY WAYDE NICHOLAS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 



PLEDGES 



Hubert Carl Askew, Houston 
James Carroll Aston, Houston 
William Loyd Baker, III, Park Ridge. 111. 
Eugene Lee Brown, Jr., Dallas 
James M. Colley, Dallas 
John Milton Combs, Athens 
William Michael Duff, Austin 
Ronald Eugene Eddy, Jr., Dallas 
Travis Finley Faircloth, Jr., Dallas 
Charles Herbert Fredrickson, San Angelo 
La Verne Allen Fugler, Jr., Marshall 
Sidney Long Gober, Humble 
Daniel Stratton Gwinner, Dallas 
Virgil Paul Hammerle, Houston 
Frazier Patrick Henry, San Angelo 
Frank August Hueter, Jr., Houston 

Dan Wesley Wright, 



Spring 

BURRELL ROWE, HI 
ARGIL C. CZIGAN 
GEORGE WASHINGTON HAGER, JR. 
RONNY WAYDE NICHOLAS 



Robert Don Lumley, Baytown 
J. D. Monk, Austin 
William Benton Nevitt, Bellaire 
Robert Eugene Osborn, Odessa 
Richard Brock Parker, Houston 
James David Patterson, Channelview 
John Wilson Price, Corpus Christi 
Donald Lee Smith, Dallas 
Robert Gary Smith, Dallas 
Dale Allan Somers, Galveston 
Robert Hendrick Turner, Marlin 
Conrad Brian Vance, Houston 
Barry Crafton Wells, Dallas 
Davis Wyatt Wetmore, Galveston 
George Polk Williams, Corsicana 
Darrell David Wilson, Houston 
Austin 








Top Row: Adair, Askew, Aston, Baker, Barker, Barnett, Bousquet, Bowman. 
Second Row: Brown, Caragonne, Colley, Combs, Crccr, Dennis, Eddy, Faircloth. 
Third Row: Fredrirkson, Fugler, Gafford, George, Gilbrcath, Gober, Grissett, Grisson. 



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MEMBERS 




Robert Sterling Adair, Austin 
Wilson Roger Barker, Weatherford 
Joseph Seaborne Barnett, Waco 
Thomas G. Bousquet, Houston 
Walter Clarkson Bowman, Jr., Harlingen 
Alex Caragonne, Houston 
Dail Warren Cosner, Corpus Christi 
Philip Douglas Creer, Jr., Austin 
Argil C. Czigan, Yokohoma, Japan 
Michael David Dennis, Sherman 
Clyde Larry Fitzgerald, Austin 
Luther Charles Flinn, Austin 
Daniel Shelton Gafford, Reagan 
William Lee George, Houston 
Charles Leach Gilbreath, Alice 
Charles William Grissett, Midland 
David Grissom, Dallas 
George Washington Hager, Jr., Dallas 
James Leon Hailey, Harlingen 
Francis Edward Harkrider, Temple 
Floyd Dennis Herndon, Jr., Garland 
Hal Segrest Hudson, Houston 
Charles Edmond Knapp, Austin 
Danny Ray Lambden, West Columbia 
Maurice John William Lehmann, Boerne 



Alfred Gene Matthews, San Angelo 
Wilbourn Baker McAdams, Tomball 
Charles Howard McCann, Houston 
Richard Lynn McDaniel, Harlingen 
Allen Talbot Mclnnes, Bellaire 
Orville Homer Miller, Iowa Park 
Danny Earl Newbrough, Texon 
Thomas Allen Neyland, Beaumont 
Ronny Wayde Nicholas, Dallas 
Robert Edward Norwood, Corpus Christi 
James M. Pickell, Houston 
Walter Brown Pistor, Dallas 
Thomas Gene Roberts, Houston 
Loyd Gordon Robertson, Houston 
Burrel Rowe, III, Livingston 
Jesse Leon Sabala, Jr., Dallas 
Bryce C. Sanford, El Campo 
John Wesley Sauer, Almeda 
Harry Donald Schwerdtfeger, Galveston 
David Bowie Sellers, Gregton 
William Vernon Sheppard, Houston 
James Marshall Smith, Dallas 
Kenneth Lee Tekell, Corsicana 
Joe Neil Tillery, Fort Worth 



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Top Row: Gwinner, Hager, Hailey, Hammerle. 
Second Row: Harkrider, Henry, Herndon, Hudson. 
Third Row: Hueter, Lambden, Lehmann, Lumley. 
Fourth Row: Matthews, McCann, McDaniel, Miller. 
Fifth Row: Monk, Nevitt, Newbrough, Neyland. 
Sixth Row: Nicholas, Parker, Patterson, Pickell. 
Seventh Row: Price, Roberts, Robertson, Rowe. 
Eighth Row: Sabala, Sanford, Sauer, Sheppard 
Ninth Row: D. Smith, R. Smith, Tekell, Tillery. 
Tenth Row: Turner, Vance, Wetmore, Williams. 
Eleventh Row: Wilson, Woodmansee, Mrs. Frank Millar. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1868 



FACULTY 

GEORGE W. HOFFMAN, Associate Professor of Geography 
OTIS ARNOLD SINGLETARY, Assistant Professor of History 



OFFICERS 
Fall Spring 

JERRE EDWIN SYKES S. M. C WALTER WEBB DUSON 

HENRY MAURICE CARDER ..../. M. C JAMES DAVID GILLASPIE 

WILLIAM CLAUDE DAVIDSON, JR. . . 5. C JERRY DEAN CAIN 

PAUL DAVID FAHRENTHOLD T. H. C. WILSON BYRD TARVER 






PLEDGES 



William Norris Agee, El Paso 
Michael Lee Binyon. San Angelo 
Hany Vaughn Bonds, Jr., Baytown 
Jon Sam Brown, Price 
Owen Price Carpenter, Belton 
Robert Earl Clark, Austin 
Michael Mayo Ditto, Arlington 
Randell Allan Dukeminier, Houston 
Harvey Keith Fahrenthold. Poth 
Eugene Gray Feild, II, Austin 
James Richard Folkes, San Antonio 
Michael Roy Gibson, El Paso 
Roy Sims Goodman, Jr., Denison 
Ransom Joe Hardy, Atlanta 
Frank Warren Hilliard, Arlington 

Paul Hankins 



James Boyd House, Jr., Corpus Christie 
Paul Allan Howard, San Antonio 
Raymond Percy James, San Antonio 
Royal Parks James, San Antonio 
Michael Klepak, Dallas 
Wallace Edwin Lowry, Jr., Huntsville 
Guy Edward Matthews, Mont Belvieu 
Juan Gene Miller, Denison 
Glenn Ray Moore, Sherman 
Tillman David O'Brien, Baytown 
Harvey G. Pippen, Arlington 
Homer Don Smith, Eastland 
Homer Ernest Stainton, Texarkana 
Lester Gerry States, Harwood 
Jon A. Triplett, Corpus Christi 
Walser, Jr., Temple 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Jimmy Howard Akin, Pasadena Robert Arthur Huber, Houston 

Frank Edward Billings, Nixon J onn Bruce Hughes, Iowa Park 

John Chester Blasingame, Wharton Hugh Nelson McWilliams, Atlanta 

Bernard Edward Breihan, III, El Paso Aubrey Jack Shannon, Beaumont 

Jan Williams Waite, Dallas 



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Top Row: Adams, Ager, Bailey, Bell, Binyon, Bogle, Bondics, Bowdoin. 

Second Row: B. Brown, J. Brown, W. Brown, Burkhart, Cain, Campbell, Chamberlin, Chapman. 

Third Row: Clark, Crockett, Davidson, Ditto, Duson, H. Fahrenthold, P. Fahrenthold, Feild. 



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George Robert Adams, Alice 
Allan Britt Adkins, Amarillo 
William Joseph Bailey, Marfa 
Craig Manley Bell, San Antonio 
Stuart Benson, Abilene 
Steve Ernest Best, Austin 
George Eugene Bogle, Houston 
Walton Porter Bondies, Jr., Austin 
Marshall Dean Bowdoin, Mont Belvieu 
Byron Bert Brown, Jewett 
William Vann Brown, Greenville 
Michael Paul Burkhart, Dallas 
Jerry Dean Cain, Tahoka 
Richard Trent Campbell, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Henry Maurice Carder, Bryan 
Leo Anderson Chamberlin, Dallas 
George Camp Chapman, Amarillo 
Roger Vincent Chenault, Houston 
David Mayo Cornell, San Antonio 
James Donald Crawford, Lufkin 
William Arthur Crockett, Ballinger 
William Claude Davidson, Jr., 

Yazoo City, Miss. 

Jerome Ersel Dawkins, Port Arthur 
William Lynn Durham, Lufkin 
Walter Webb Duson, El Campo 
Scott Dores Evans, Austin 
Paul David Fahrenthold, Houston 
Robert Sterling Farmer, Austin 
Jerry Ray Foster, Arlington 
James David Gillaspie, San Antonio 
Terry Clay Green, San Antonio 
Robert Gordon Greer, Waco 
Don Harral Gustafson, Gonzales 
Weldon Woolf Hammond, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Daniel Thomas Hampton, Naples 
Boyd Lewis Henderson, Austin 
Phillip Floyd Herring, Austin 



Joseph Cahill Hitt, Austin 
John Arthur Hruska, Austin 
Jim Ray Hudson, Alpine 
Jim Buck Huggins, Dallas 
James Franklin Hurley, Houston 
Herrell Glyn Jordan, Hubbard 
Robert Peter Jungman, Houston 
William Neal Kocurek, Austin 
Robert Gist Knupp, Amarillo 
Charles Lester MacKenzie, Houston 
Wallace Michael Mays, Greenville 
Philip Irving McConnell, Houston 
James Robert Moffett, Houston 
Charles R. Morgan, Jr., Amarillo 
Charles Richard Musick, Houston 
J. C. Bob Oehler, Dallas 
James Parker Oliver, Caldwell 
John Richard Passero, El Paso 
Donald Jay Pichinson, Austin 
David Elbert Pierce, Alpine 
Harold Elmer Posey, Hillsboro 
Charles Ronald Rogers, Austin 
Melvin Lynn Roloff, Victoria 
Peter Robert Rose, Austin 
Dennis Shannon, Houston 
Michael Ailhaud Shurr, Austin 
Harold Gene Smith, Dallas 
William Elbert Spears, Houston 
Donald Ray Stodghill, Rockwall 
Richard Franklin Stovall, Jr., Floydada 
Daniel Ashby Stultz, Austin 
Jerre Edwin Sykes, San Angelo 
Wilson Byrd Tarver, Waco 
Hayden Victor Terry, Arlington 
John Lytle Tom, Jr., Campbellton 
Gary Louis Valentine, San Antonio 
Gene Gilbert Vivroux, Seguine 
Neill Bailey Walsdorf, San Antonio 
Jerry Allan Wells, Denison 
James Lucian Wilborn, Austin 



Top Row: Folkes, Gillaspie, Green, Greer. 

Second Row: Gustafson, Hampton, Hardy, Henderson. 

Third Row: Herring, Hitt, Howard, Hudson. 

Fourth Row: Huggins, Hurley, Raymond James, Royal James. 

Fifth Row: Jordan, Klepak, Knupp, Kocurek. 

Sixth Row: Matthews, Mays, Moore, Morgan. 

Seventh Row: Musick, Oehler, Oliver, Passero. 

Eighth Row: Posey, Rogers, Roloff, H. G. Smith. 

Ninth Row: Stainton, Stodghill, Sykes, Tarver. 

Tenth Row: Terry, Vivroux, Walsdorf. 

Eleventh Row: Walser, Wilborn. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1856 



FACULTY 

HARRELL ESTES LEE, Associate Professor of Journalism 

WALTER DUFF MORRIS, Teaching Assistant in Germanic Languages 

JERRE STOCKTON WILLIAMS, Professor of Law 



A 



Fall 

JOE EDWARD SHAW, JR. . 
JAMES TERRY TOPHAM . 
LAMAR BOYT MAXWELL . 
JOE ED MARTIN . 
THOMAS MICHAEL QUIGLEY 



OFFICERS 

Eminent Archon 
Eminent Deputy Archon . 
Eminent Correspondent . 
Eminent Recorder 
Eminent Treasurer 



Spring 

WILLIAM HALEY DRUSHEL 
WAYNE GILBERT WEACHMAN 
FARRIS MCDANNALD HALL 
LARRY CLIFTON STEPHENS 
THOMAS MICHAEL QUIGLEY 



John Turley Anderson, Houston 
Donald Wayne Bell, Houston 
Emil Bernard Brauer, Corpus Christ! 
Robert Michael Canada, Houston 
John Marvin Cely, Frankston 
Bruce E. Collier, Galveston 
Phillip Lee Fox, Pharr 
James Lyman Gallagher, Bellaire 
Byron Jackson Gierhart, Corpus Christi 
Stanley Warren Glasscock, San Antonio 
William Jerome Goldston, Jr., Houston 
Dick Hoskins Gregg, Jr., Houston 
James Bryan Grubbs, Jr., Houston 
Joe Ogburn Huggins, Jr., Baytown 
Charles Edward Johnson, Freeport 
Jack Osborne Jones, Corpus Christi 
Ray Richard Kuenstler, Alice 
Homer Lee Luther, Jr., Houston 

Edward 



PLEDGES 

Carlisle Maxwell, Jr., San Antonio 
Lloyd Judson Maxwell, Devers 
Edward Stanton McCullough, Pharr 
Richard Kent McGaughy, San Antonio 
David Mayes Middleton, Liberty 
Herman Wilhelm Ohme, San Antonio 
Robert Young Pagan, Houston 
Jack Worley Powers, Corpus Christi 
Robert Donald Richardson, Houston 
Bryan Lee Rosson, Corpus Christi 
Joe Arthur Shepperd, Jr., Burnet 
Robert Hampton Stewart, Jr., Houston 
Edwin Jackson Taegel, San Antonio 
George Knight Taggart, III, Corpus Christi 
John Randale Taylor, San Antonio 
Gordon Cole Thomson, Houston 
John Carrol Vogt, Dallas 
John Morris Wagstaff, Abilene 
Lynn Wildman, Jr., Kerrville 




John Wells Fainter, Jr., Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Arthur Milton Mauser, Houston 
Sherian Audilet Salge, Karnes City 





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Top Row. Anderson, Allen, Bell, R. Boyd, Brclsford, Broesche, Burton. Canada. 
Second Row: Carpenter, Carr, Cox, Curtis, Donohue, Drushrl, Enen, Foster. 
Third Row: Fox, Gallagher, Gierhart, Glasscock, Goldston, Cranberry, D. Gregg, Grubb. 
Fourth Row: Haight, Hall, Haschke, Howard, Huggins, Johnson, Jones, Ketchum. 



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MEMBERS 



Platt Livingston Allen, Jr., Weatherford 
Thomas Alton Blakeley, Dallas 
Donald Ray Boyd, Tyler 
Ronald Dean Boyd, Plainview 
James Madison Brelsford, Houston 
Henry Fred Broesche, Bellaire 
Larry Kent Burton, Springfield, 111. 
James Alfred Carpenter, Deer Park 
William Richard Carr, Corpus Christi 
William Brian Cox, III, Corpus Christi 
Donald Teel Curtis, Amarillo 
James Harrison Davis, Houston 
Eugene Patrick Donohue, II, El Paso 
Max Sithen Dreyling, Houston 
William Haley Drushel, Liberty 
Jack Enen, Houston 
Edwin Franklin Flato, Corpus Christi 
Joseph Holt Foster, Jr., Stamford 
Jon David Gooch, Midland 
Curtis Eugene Cranberry, Corpus Christi 
Charles Rebstoer Gregg, Houston 
Edward Allen Haight, Kenilworth, 111. 
Farris McDannald Hall, Houston 
Marshall Allen Harrell, Jr., San Antonio 
Herbert Paul Haschke, Jr., Houston 
Gary Dee Howard, Midland 
Michael Clark Kendrick, Corpus Christi 
Charles Alfred Ketchum, Navasota 
Edward Weir LaMontagne, Houston 
Otto Fred Lohmeyer, Navasota 
Graham Barton Luhn, San Antonio 
Joe Ed Martin, Hearne 



Ronald Engel Martin, Bryan 
James Albert Mashburn, Midland 
Lamar Boyt Maxwell, Devers 
Dossett McCullough, Pharr 
Frank Owen McGehee, Houston 
Max Gustav Michaelis, III, Kyle 
John Marvin Mohrmann, Gonzales 
William Daniel Mount, Dallas 
Michael Hill O'Brien, Houston 
Benjamin F. Pennington, Corpus Christi 
Rupert Maury Pollard, Austin 
Peter Evans Pratt, Houston 
William Howard Prim, Jr., Texas City 
James Harrison Puff, Jr., Fort Worth 
Thomas Michael Quigley, Corpus Christi 
Gordon Phil Roberts, Tyler 
John Mansfield Rogers, Dallas 
Thomas Winder Rowan, Houston 
Carris Ralph Sargent, Jr., Grand Prairie 
William Blair Scott, Houston 
Shelby Edward Shannon, Jr., 

Karnes City 

Jo Edward Shaw, Jr., Houston 
Larry Clifton Stephens, Angleton 
Roger Lee Tolar, San Antonio 
Frank Augustus Tompkins, II, 

Corpus Christi 

James Terry Topham, San Antonio 
Wayne Gilbert Weachman, Houston 
Lacy Holmes Williams, Longview 
Whitmell David Williams, Houston 
Wayne Ellsworth Windle, Texarkana 



Top Row: Kuenstler, LaMontagne, Lohmeyer, Luhn. 

Second Row: Luther, J. Martin, R. Martin, Mashburn. 

Third Row: C. Maxwell, L. B. Maxwell, L. J. Maxwell, D. McCullough. 

Fourth Row: E. McCullough, McGaughy, McGehee, Michaelis. 

Fifth Row: Middleton, Mohrmann, Mount, Ohme. 

Sixth Row: Pagan, Pennington, Pollard, Powers. 

Seventh Row: Pratt, Prim, Quigley, Richardson. 

Eighth Row: Rogers, Rosson, Rowan, Sargent. 

Ninth Row: Shannon, Shaw, Shepperd, Stephens. 

Tenth Row: Stewart, Taegel, Taggart, Taylor. 

Eleventh Row: Thomson, Tompkins, Topham, Vogt. 

Twelfth Row: Wagstaff, Weachman, Wildman. 

Thirteenth Row: Williams, Windle. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1909 

FACULTY 

ALAN SCOTT, Associate Professor of Journalism 
IRVVIN SPEAR, Assistant Professor of Botany 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

LEON S. WEIL 
ROBERT MELVIN BECKER 
ABRAHAM WILSON 



Prior 

Recorder 

Exchequer 



Spring 

THOMAS MORTON ROOSTH 
LE%VIS MENDELL 
FREDRIC MITCHELL SILVER 



PLEDGES 



E. Robert Adler, Corpus Christi 
Marshall Elliott Benjamin, Borger 
Richard Barry Bermont, Coral Gables, Fla. 
Stanley Byron Block, Corpus Christi 
Larry Sylvester Glazer, Fort Worth 
Robert Earl Gurwitz, San Antonio 
Charles Harris Heilbron, Dallas 



Harold Pacey Laves, Austin 

Peter M. Loeb, Sweetvvater 

Sterling Samuel Neuman, San Antonio 

Warren Paul Roosth, Tyler 

James Jay Siegel. San Antonio 

Harris Joe Sterling, San Antonio 

Charles Irving Toubin, Houston 



Joel Don Zimmerman, Houston 



SPRING PLEDGES 

David Michael Ginsburg, Austin 
Nathan Cecil Roosth, Tyler 




Front Row: Abramson, Adler, Antwcil, Appleman, Becker, Benjamin. 
Second Row: Bermont. Block. Blum. Dannenbaum, Glazer, Golt/man. 



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Murray Allen Abramson, Dallas 
Jarrell H. Antweil, Gladewater 
R. Gordon Appleman, Fort Worth 
Robert Melvin Becker, San Angelo 
Ronald H. Blum, Fort Worth 
Hilton I. Chodorow, Waco 
Frank M. Dannenbaum, Houston 
Leonard Jay Goltzman, Victoria 
Alfred Sam Goodman, Longview 
Gary Reagan Gurwitz, San Antonio 
Donald Sidney Herman, Fort Worth 
Jay B. Horowitz, Dallas 
Julian Victor Horwitz, El Paso 
Robert Mayer Jason, Blue Field, W. Va. 
Harold Bernard Karren, San Antonio 
Bernard Katz, El Paso 
Sammy Kins, Corpus Christi 
Robert Martin Kirstein, Austin 
Fredric G. Kline, San Antonio 
Alvin Jerome Levenson, San Antonio 
Lee S. Mendel, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Lewis Mendell, Corpus Christi 
Morton H. Meyerson, Fort Worth 
Sheldon Irving Oster, San Antonio 
Burton Lee Rakoover, Fort Worth 
Thomas Morton Roosth, Tyler 
Jay Neil Rosenberg, Joplin, Mo. 
Bernard Jerome Rubin, Fort Worth 
Sol Schwartz, Houston 
Fredric Mitchell Silver, San Antonio 
Leon S. Weil, Fort Worth 
Abraham Wilson, Laredo 
William Howard Wolf, McCamey 
Calvin Moritz Wolff, McAllen 



Top Row: Gurwitz, Heilbron, Herman. 
Second Row: Horowitz, Jason, Karren. 
Third Row: Kins, Kirstein, Kline. 
Fourth Row: Laves, Locb, Mendel. 
Fifth Row: Meyerson, Neuman, Oster. 
Sixth Row: Rakoover, Roosth, Rosenberg. 
Seventh Row: Schwartz, Siegel, Silver. 
Eighth Row: Sterling, Toubin, Weil. 
Ninth Row: Wilson, Wolff, Zimmerman. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1884 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1855 

FACULTY 

ALBERT EVERETT COOPER, Professor of Mathematics 
STANLEY PHISTER FINCH, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering 
HUGH LYON McMATH, Professor of Architecture 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

HERBERT LEE HOOKS . 
CHARLES B. HERNDON 
RICHARD T. CLOWER . 
THOMAS BENTON COOPWOOD 
JERRY F. SIMMANS 



Consul . 
Pro-Consul 
Tribune . 
Annotator 
Quaestor 



Spring 

ROBERT DAVID FETZER 
ROBERT WILLIAM HASTEDT 
JOE DEAN PHIPPS 
SLOAN LAFAYETTE KIRK, JR. 
JAMES LYONS McCALL, HI 



PLEDGES 



Don Ray Allen, New London 
Henry George Anderson, La Marque 
Richard Preston Barret, Pampa 
Tommy Earl Beidleman, Snyder 
Floyd Wayne Brown, Corpus Christi 
Norman Dennis Brown, La Porte 
Robert Paschal Buford, Tyler 
Jerry Lee Clowe, Dallas 
Charles Lanier Edminston, Jr., Crockett 
Patrick C. Gilliland, Austin 
Edward Swinney Givens, San Antonio 
Doyle Wayne Goolsby, Lamesa 
Robert Harrell Hankins, Lamesa 
Robert Doyle Hawthorne, Kilgore 
Stanley Haywood Henderson, Houston 
David Paul Jacobs, Big Lake 
William Carey Kennedy, Jr., Austin 



Gerald Simmons Kirby, San Antonio 

Albert Scruggs Love, Jr., McAllen 

Drewry Hampton Morris, Waco 

Gerald Boyd Murrell, Tyler 

Larry Harkness Niemann, Austin 

Hinton Booth Wright, Petry, Carrizo Springs 

Charles Turner Richardson, Columbus 

Stephen Clay Scibienski, Corpus Christi 

James Elsie Shillinburg, Kermit 

William Howe Shoemaker, San Benito 

Frank Tom Silliman, Fort Stockton 

Everett Gregor Smith, Midland 

James Arthur Steer, Mercedes 

John Butler Terrell, Jr., Beaumont 

Robert Bryan Thompson, Tyler 

Tommy Richard Turner, Dallas 

Ronald Lee Vanmeter, Beaumont 



SPRING PLEDGES 

William Stanley Barnes, Austin David Louis Horner, Dallas 

Robert Conway Houston, Dallas 



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Top Row: Ahrens, L. Allen, Barrett, Beidleman, F. Brown, N. Brown, Buford, Cochrum. 
Second Row: Clowe, Glower, Conn, Connery, Coopwood, Davis, Dudley, Edminston, Forney. 
Third Row: Gilliland, Goolsby, Hankins, Hastedt, Hawthorne, Henderson, Herndon, Hooks, Jacobs. 



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MEMBERS 



Erwin Ahrens, Houston 

Lynn Richard Allen, Geneva, Ohio 

Jack Base, Tulsa, Okla. 

Douglas Martin Baker, Belleville, 111. 

John Russell Butler, Austin 

Elliot John Bilhartz, Jr., San Antonio 

Robert Blackwell, Dallas 

Joseph Clyde Clark, Glen Campbell, 

Penn. 

Richard T. Glower, Corpus Christi 
Kenneth Lee Cochrum, Baytown 
Jerry Douglas Conn, Beaumont 
David Bradford Connery, Jr., Midland 
Charley Conaway, San Antonio 
Thomas Benton Coopwood, Lockhart 
Jack Layton Davis, Austin 
Ralph Lee Deshong, Jr., Wichita Falls 
Tom Guernsey DeWitt, Kilgore 
H. Maurice Doke, Wichita Falls 
Dale Bowles Dudley, Corpus Christi 
Robert David Fetzer, San Antonio 
Garrett Cotter Fogarty, Dallas 
Scott William Forney, Ranger 
Gregg Alan Harris, Tyler 
Robert William Hastedt, Columbus 
Charles B. Herndon, McAllen 
Herbert Lee Hooks, Henderson 
Louis Benjamin Houston, Jr., Dallas 
Ray Allen Hunter, Denver, Colo. 
William Paul Jones, Sinton 
Darrell Eddy Jordan, McAllen 
Edward Kirby, San Antonio 
Sloan Lafayette, Jr., San Saba 
John Hall Kochevar, Austin 
Bob Edward Lively, Dilley 
James Lyons McCall, III, Vicksburg, 

Miss. 



Graham E. McCullough, Harlingen 
Sam Alan McKnight, San Angelo 
Bill Horton McNall, Dallas 
Edward Knox Mellon, Jr., Austin 
Ernest Newton Mills, Corpus Christi 
Morton Winston Moriarty, Big Lake 
Wilbur Chapman Morris, Jr., Waco 
Charles Mueller, San Antonio 
Robert Chinn Nelson, Kilgore 
John B. Padgett, Colorado City 
Joseph Peck, Crosbyton 
Clay Kemper Perkins, Austin 
Joe Dean Phipps, Austin 
James Sydney Ramsey, Jr., Kilgore 
James Edward Roberts, McAllen 
Don James Rooney, II, San Antonio 
Charles Norman Schwarz, Jr., Houston 
John Fisher Schwarz, Houston 
Richard Dutton Seba, Tulsa, Okla. 
Thomas Edward Seekatz, Austin 
Richard Selzer, Terrell 
Don Baker Sheffield, Rio Hondo 
John T. Sherwood, Beaumont 
Jerry F. Simmans, Ranger 
Sidney H. Smith, III, Corpus Christi 
Edward Monroe Snyder, Jr., Dallas 
James Marion Phillips Springer, Houston 
David Pipe Steves, Jr., San Angelo 
Sidney Sherrod Stover, New Orleans, La. 
Thomas Waller Taylor, Houston 
James Edward Tylaska, Houston 
Hazen Robert Walker, New Braunfels 
James Edgar Wall, Houston 
Winston Roger Warr, Center 
John Hill Watts, Corpus Christi 
John Chalon Wayman, Houston 
Joel McGee Wilkinson, Tyler 
Michael Gordon Wright, Tulsa, Okla. 



Top Row. Jones, Jordan, Kennedy, Kirk. 
Second Row: Lively, Love, McCall, McNall. 
Third Row. Mellon, Mills, Moriarty, W. Morris. 
Fourth Row. Murrell, Niemann, Petry, Phipps. 
Fifth Row. Ramsey, Richardson, Roberts, Rooney. 
Sixth Row: C. Schwarz, J. Schwarz, Seekatz, Sheffield. 
Seventh Row: Sherwood, Silliman, Simmans, E. Smith. 
Eight Row: S. Smith, Snyder, Steer, Steves. 
Ninth Row. Stover, Taylor, Terrell, Thompson. 
Tenth Row: Turner, Tylaska, Vanmeter, Walker. 
Eleventh Row. Wall, Watts, Wayman, Wilkinson. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1886 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1869 

FACULTY 

MALCOLM YOUNG COLBY, Professor of Physics 

GEORGE HOMER FANCHER, Professor of Petroleum Engineering 

ARCHIE N. JONES, Professor of Music 

EUGENE PAUL SCHOCH, Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering 

GEORGE ANTHONY SPIVA, JR., Instructor in Finance 

KEITH YOUNG, Associate Professor of Geology 



Fall 

SAM RAYMOND BRIGHT, JR. 
HOWARD WILLIAM KIATTA 
GEORGE ARCHIE HELLAND . 
CHARLES HARTER, in . 
WILLIAM JUDSON ROGERS . 



OFFICERS 

Eminent Commander 
Lieutenant Commander 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 

WILLIAM GLENN GAMEL 
EDWIN WILLIS PATTERSON 
MICHAEL SCOTT STROUD 
JAMES ELLIS STAFFORD, JR. 
COY BEN MARTIN 



PLEDGES 



Harry Lee Adams, Jr., Alice 
James Kent Adams, Houston 
Donald Roberts Anders, Fort Worth 
John Robert Beauchamp, San Antonio 
James Robert Bright, Tyler 
Fredrick Samuel Brown, Mexia 
Harold Dee Carter, Tyler 
Tom Ben Chadwick, Jr., Tyler 
Rankin Hoss Chapman, Jr., Austin 
Tommy Tucker Crosby, Tyler 
James Larkin Ewing, San Antonio 
Donald Louis Haberle, Jacksonville 
Benjamin Nicholls Hamilton. Port Arthur 
Thomas Ball Hensey, San Antonio 
Robert Earl Hover, Amarillo 
David Kiker Hughes, Abilene 



Claude Leland Witherspoon, III, San Antonio 



Robert Sherridan Hughes, Houston 
Ross Lee Martella, Jr., Houston 
Waymon Wayne McDonald, San Antonio 
James Thomas Mitchell, Houston 
Robert Walter Pegg, II, San Antonio 
Frank John Quirk, Jr., San Antonio 
James Patrick Quirk, San Antonio 
Edwin Lee Rainwater, Wharton 
Charles Gary Rule, San Antonio 
Richard Charles Schulte, Hondo 
Jerrell Mills Smith, Fort Worth 
Lawrence Dean Spencer, Abilene 
Jon Harris Starnes, Midland 
Walter David Switzer, Houston 
Thomas Leland Whitcomb, Houston 
Samuel Sidney White, Amarillo 



SPRING PLEDGES 

Kenneth Ray Brooks, Odessa Robert Gordon King, Jr., San Antonio 

Richard Clifton Craig, Seabrook David Charles Simon Kristynik, Bay City 

Thomas Joe Hoskins, Corpus Christ! Clarence Randolph Russel, Jr., Sherman 

Richard Carrol White, Austin 





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Top Row: H. Adams, J. Adams, Anders, Asbury, Beauchamp, Bridges, Bright, Brown. 
Second Row: Chadwick, Chapman, Chcnault, Gardner, Clark, Davis, Dyer, Ewing. 
Third Row: Fry, Gamel, Griffin, Haberle, Hamilton, Hamon, Hartcr, Helland. 



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Charles Allen Angel, McKinney 
Larry Marshall Asbury, Abilene 
William Randolph Bridges, Abilene 
Sam Raymond Bright, Tyler 
Joe Barnett Cannon, Mexia 
Richard Shaw Gardner, Houston 
Louis Wyatt Chenault, Houston 
Donald B. Clark, Houston 
John James Clary, III, Austin 
William Gordon Coker, Crystal City- 
Gibson Milton Davis, Fort Worth 
Pat Taylor Dyer, Tyler 
James Joseph Exley, Houston 
Segle George Fry, III, Tyler 
William Glenn Gamel, Lampasas 
Ronald Lorimer Graner, Fort Worth 
Edgar C. Griffin, Liberty 
Anthony Brock Hamilton, Wharton 
Dexter Boone Hamon, Corpus Christi 
Charles Harter, III, Houston 
George Archie Helland, San Antonio 
Walter Russell Hensey, San Antonio 
Malcolm Scott Hicks, Austin 
Tom Truitt Hollingshead, Abilene 
Robert Jack Huston, Austin 
Victor B. Jaeggli, Jr., Corpus Christi 
William Howard January, Wichita Falls 
Gordon Howell Johnson, San Antonio 
Howard William Kiatti, Denver, Col. 
Coy Ben Martin, Jacksonville 



William Clayton McBride, Dallas 

Dee Russell McElroy, Wharton 

George William Moers, Jr., El Campo 

Joe Lee Neal, Austin 

Donald Ashby Nelson, San Antonio 

Robert Baxter Nisbet, Lufkin 

Gene Motley Oliver, Tyler 

Lester I. Paine, Bay City 

James Harry Painter, III, Houston 

Joe P. Parris, III, Abilene 

Edwin Willis Patterson, Midland 

Robert Clayton Puryear, Santo 

Jay Bradford Rea, Houston 

Brink Coleman Renick, Jr., San Antonio 

Thomas Jackson Risinger, Wharton 

William Alexander Roever, Jr., Dallas 

William Judson Rogers, Dallas 

Walter Lewis Rose, Houston 

Barclay R. Ryall, Fort Worth 

Richard Joseph Saad, Houston 

John C. Sargent, Corpus Christi 

Robert Corr Service, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Raymond Hall Stauffacher, Houston 
James Ellis Stafford, Jr., Houston 
Jimmy H. Stearnes, Beaumont 
William Leroy Stein, Alice 
Michael Scott Stroud, Dallas 
Tom John Weigel, Jr., Austin 
Walter Scott Wysong, Dallas 



Top Row: Hensey, Hollingshead, Hover, D. Hughes. 
Second Row: R. Hughes, Huston, January, Kiatta. 
Third Row: Martella, Martin, McBride, Mitchell. 
Fourth Row: Moers, Xelson, Nisbet, Oliver. 
Fifth Row: Paine, Patterson, Pegg, Puryear. 
Sixth Row: F. Quirk, J. Quirk, Rainwater, Rea. 
Seventh Row: Renick, Risinger, Roever, Rogers. 
Eighth Row: Rule, Ryall, Saad, Sargent. 
Ninth Row: Smith, Spencer, Stearnes, Stein. 
Tenth Row: Stroud, Switzer, Weigel, Whitcomb. 
Eleventh Row: White, Wysong. 

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NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1901 

FACULTY 

WILLIAM WARFORD DINGLE, Assistant Professor of Petroleum Engineering 
RUSSELL EDDY LUEG, Instructor in Electrical Engineering 
JAMES RAYMOND VIRAMONTES, Assistant Basketball Coach 



Fall 

CLOVIS CLYDE MORRISON 
GERALD EUGENE LOTT . 
LARRY HOWARD CAFER . 
WILLIAM S. McGowEN 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

MARION WAYNE BELL 
ALDEN RAMON WILSON 
CADMUS EDGAR WILLIAMS 
WILLIAM S. McGowEN 



PLEDGES 



Charles Wesley Allen, McKinney 
Thomas Walter Bailey, Palestine 
Jim D. Bradey, New York, N. Y. 
Edward Keith Chunn, Houston 
John Andrew Eads, Dallas 
Stuart S. Giezendanner, Houston 
William Earl Hodge, Dallas 
John Scoggins Hollyfield, Austin 
Gordon Houser, Austin 
Charles Robert Irving, Corpus Christi 
Layton Lee Leissner, New Braunfels 
Robert Meurer Lindsey, Austin 
Charles Dale Loney, Austin 
Harry Price Lynd, Fort Worth 
John Phillip Marcell, Corpus Christi 
Robert Sears Morgan, Corpus Christi 



Clinton Franklin Naegelin, Jr., New Braunfels 
Frank Bluford Nance, Dallas 
Harold D. Orr, Carthage 
John Lee Pundt, Houston 
Robert Edwin Robinson, LaMarque 
Roger Terry Shapiro, Houston 
Rodney Henry Stevenson, Houston 
William Roland Stroud, Galveston 
Donald DeFord Sumners, Houston 
Donald Phillip Teague, San Antonio 
James Rodney Thomas, Chickasha, Okla. 
Charles Dean Tuttle, Corpus Christi 
James Daniel Walters, Fort Worth 
James Robert Wells, Corpus Christi 
James Robert Wiedeman, Junction 
George William Wilhite, Austin 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Jeremy Michael Gay, Clearwater. Fla. 
Charles Raymond Goodrich, Dallas 
David Hamilton Kclsey, Midland 



John Robert Kittrell, Dallas 
David Absher Leggett, Midland 




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Top Row: Allen, Ashbaugh, Bailey, Barnett, Bell, Biee, Branham, Bouchard, Bybce. 
Second Row: Cafcr, Chunn, Coates, Cooper, Davis, Doctorman, Dolce, Drake. 
Third Row: Franklin, Frcde, Fritts, Fulton, Garrett, Giezendanner, Harrcll, Hart. 






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Edward W. Abell, Houston 
Edward Ronald Ashbaugh, 

Parkville, Mo. 

Larry Adrian Barnett, Houston 
Marion Wayne Bell, Midland 
Don Allen Bice, Port Arthur 
Rebel Eugene Blackwell, Canton 
Andre Bouchard, Austin 
William Keith Branham, Houston 
Owen Lynn Bybee, Jr., Hereford 
Larry Howard Cafer, Corpus Christi 
John H. Coates, Dallas 
John Clifton Cooper, Beaumont 
Jerry Donald Davis, Houston 
William Owen Doctorman, Austin 
Charles Leonard Dolce, Port Arthur 
Floyd Richard Drake, Amarillo 
Albert George Franklin, Houston 
Norman Dwight Frede, La Grange 
William E. Fritts, Houston 
George Richard Fulton, Jr., Beaumont 
Jennings A. Garrett, Van 
Jack Lee Gist, Nacona 
Forrest Edwin Harrell, Pasadena 
Lawrence E. Hart, Austin 
Albert Norris Helsley, Jr., McKinney 
Jerrell Aaron Holder, Wichita Falls 
Leon Poindexter Howell, Jr., 

San Antonio 

Clyde Lanham Hurley, Wichita Falls 
Gerald Elvin Johnson, Nocona 

Alden Ramon 



Roger Miles Jorden, San Antonio 
James Walter Kachtick, Texas City 
Harry Bertrand Kelso, jr., Texas City 
Gerald Eugene Lott, Houston 
Donald Paul Mafrige, Houston 
William S. McGowen, Fort Worth 
Charles Patrick McGuire, Port Arthur 
Jerry Dan Mclnnis, Port Arthur 
James Dudley Miller, Midland 
Webb Paul Moak, Port Arthur 
Clovis Clyde Morrisson, Jr., Port Arthur 
John M. Mugno, Austin 
Hensel Murchison, Houston 
Charles Robert Peck, Fort Worth 
David Anders Provost, Port Arthur 
Floyd Curtis Reese, Austin 
Joseph M. Rush, Jackson, Neb. 
Walter Asa Saunders, Jr., Corpus Christi 
Gaylon E. Schulle, Austin 
John A. Sheldon, Houston 
Henry L. Sledge, Jr., Houston 
Gilbert T. Speer, Houston 
George Gilbert Stubblefield, III, 

Houston 

Vernon E. Sweeney, Houston 
Byron Dean Tapley, Pasadena 
Robert Franklin Teague, Jr., Houston 
Robert Glenn Waggener, Austin 
Michael Wetzel, Bellaire 
Cadmus Edgar Williams, Palestine 
Wayne Thomas Willis, Austin 
Wilson, Waxahachie 



Top Row: Helsley, Hodge, Holder, Hollyfield. 
Second Row: Houser, Howell, Hurley, Johnson. 
Third Row: Jorden, Kachtick, Kelso, Lindsey. 
Fourth Row: Loney, Lott, Lynd, Mafrige. 
Fifth Row: Marcell, McGowen, McGuire, Miller. 
Sixth Row: Moak, Morgan, Morrisson, Murchison. 
Seventh Row: Naegelin, Nance, Orr, Peck. 
Eighth Row: Reese, Robinson, Rush, Saunders. 
Ninth Row: Schulle, Shapiro, Sledge, Stevenson. 
Tenth Row: Stroud, Stubblefield, Sumners, Tapley. 
Eleventh Row: Teague, Thomas, Walters, Wells. 
Twelfth Row: Wetzel, Wilhite, Willis, Wilson. 

PACE 293 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1926 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1910 



Fall 
HERBERT HARRY WIENER 

JACK JOSEPH ROSENBERG 
JACK LEE STONE 
LESTER MORTON COHEN 
IRVING SYDNEY LEVINE 



OFFICERS 

Consul . . . . 
Vice-Consul . 
Corresponding Scribe 
Recording Scribe 
Quaestor 



Spring 
HERBERT HARRY WIENER 

LESTER MORTON COHEN 
MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN 
GEORGE MEYER LIPSHY 
JACK LEE STONE 



PLEDGES 

Larry Herbert Berkman, Rosenberg 

Murray J. Blank, San Antonio 

Alvin Michael Bloom, San Antonio 

Morris Braunston, Waco 

Harry Jerome Eastman, San Antonio 

Edward K. Fein, San Antonio 

Stephen A. Haas, Me Allen 

Robert William Jorrie, San Antonio 

Keith Edward Klein, San Antonio 

Albert Sidney Krovetz, Houston 

Bernard Dreyftiss Mayer, Jr., Enid, Okla. 

Maurice Samuel Olian, College Station 

Melvin Ray Platt, Houston 

Louis Esserman Ringold, San Antonio 

Nathan Joe Schonier, Houston 

Emmanuel Herzl Smith, Tyler 



PAOE294 




Lester Morton Cohen, Dallas 
Allan Levy Graber, Galveston 
Larry Neal Hurwitz, Austin 
Moise Lauterstein, La Grange 
Marvin Wolf Lerner, Baytown 
Norman Lerner, Galveston 
Irvin Sydney Levine, Houston 
Charles Levinson, San Antonio 
Daniel B. Levinson, San Antonio 
Stanley Allen Levy, Galveston 
George Meyer Lipshy, Houston 




MEMBERS 



Enrique Merikanskas, Tampico, Mexico 

Tommy Moss, Dallas 

Jack Joseph Rosenberg, San Antonio 

Larry Joseph Sachnowitz, San Antonio 

Ronald Norman Schaevitz, Waco 

Sidney Phillip Seligson, Wichita Falls 

Stanley Jerome Shniderson, Houston 

Ephrim Stavorowski, Laredo 

Jack Lee Stone, Houston 

Jerry Lester Tiras, Houston 

Herbert Harry Wiener, Baytown 



Top Row: Berkman, Blank, Bloom. 

Second Row: Eastman, Fein, Graber. 

Third Row: Hurwitz, Jorrie, Klein. 

Fourth Row: Krovctz, Lauterstein, M. Lerner. 

Fifth Row: Levine, Lipshy, Mayer. 

Sixth Row: Merikankas, Moss, Olian. 

Seventh Row: Platt, Ringold, Rosenberg. 

Eighth Row: Sachnowitz, Seligson, Shniderson. 

Ninth Row: Smith, Stavorowski, Stone. 

Tenth Row: Tiras, Wiener. 



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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1951 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1899 



FACULTY 

RINALDO A. BACON, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
ROBERT LEE SUTHERLAND, Professor of Sociology 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

PHIL E. WINSTON 
ROY NOLAN JOHNSON 
JAMES LESLIE WELLS 
DON RICHARD BEER . 
THOMAS MURRAY BARGE 



Prytanis 

Epiprytanis 

Grammateus 

Hypophetes 

Crysophylos 



Spring 

PHIL E. WINSTON 
ROY NOLAN JOHNSON 
JAMES LESLIE WELLS 
JAMES ALLAN SHELLEY 
THOMAS MURRAY BARGE 



PLEDGES 



Tom Newcomb Barber, Ganado 
Arthur Duke Broyles, Texas City 
David Lee Buxton, Dallas 



Richard Edwin Rankin, Jr., Houston 
Elmo Schwab, Gonzales 
Albert Lee Scott, Del Rio 



John Thomas Dorbrandt, San Antonio Thomas Marcus Shellshear, Jr., Houston 



James Buck Florence, Longview 
Earl Jerome Heckman, Jr., Houston 
Carlos Robert Heina, McAllen 
James Thomas Ivy, College Station 
Walton S. Launey, Midland 



Jay Francis Thielen, Houston 
John Forte Tinsley, Fort Worth 
Richard Allen Venables, Houston 
George Arthur Weber, Houston 
Donald Murray Whitley, Jr., Houston 



SPRING PLEDGES 
Frank Raymond Gilbert, Houston Michael Sylvester Keane, San Antonio 



PAOE 296 




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MEMBERS 

Thomas Murray Barge, Austin 

Don Richard Beer, Harlingen 

Joe Biggs, Austin 

William Anderson Brown, Corpus Christi 

Luis J. Cardenas, Jr., Laredo 

James Henry Cochran, Austin 

Don Arthur Dechman, Fort Worth 

James Willis Dewalt, Brownsville 

Arnold Everett Dickey, Fort Worth 

Richard Economy, San Antonio 

Wayne Edward Etter, San Antonio 

Philip Arlen Goolsby, Hughes Springs 

Roy Nolan Johnson, Livingston 

James Holland McGuirt, Jr., Austin 

Carl Louis Miller, Jr., Austin 

Richard Mirrop, Jersey City, N. J. 

Hubert Augustus Morgan, Beaumont 

Don R. Morrison, Deer Park 

John William Parker, Jr., Livingston 

James Allan Shelley, Austin 

Philip Wayne Stahr, Waco 

George Robert Thurmond, San Antonio 

James Leslie Wells, Renner 

D. Wayne Wilson, Jr., Corpus Christi 

Phil E. Winston, Austin 



Top Row: Barber, Barge, Beer. 
Second Rout: Broyles, Buxton, Cardenas. 
Third Row: Etter, Goolsby, Hcckman. 
Fourth Row: Ivy, Johnson, Launey. 
Fifth Row: Miller, Mirrop, Morgan. 
Sixth Row: Parker, Rankin, Shellshear. 
Seventh Row: Stahr, Thielen, Thurmond. 
Eighth Row: Tinsley, Weber, Wells. 
Ninth Row: Winston, Alma Hunt. 

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LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1951 
NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1856 



Fall 

JAMES HARVEY ROGERS . 
ALBERT KENNEDY SOLCHER . 
DAVID ERLAND VASSBERG 
DAVID ERLAND VASSBERG 
CHARLES JOSEPH SOLCHER . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Spring 
DAVID WILLIAM ALGER 

JOHN J. WlNDBIGLER 

PATRICK THOMAS SHIELDS, JR. 
PATRICK THOMAS SHIELDS, JR. 
CHARLES JOSEPH SOLCHER 



PLEDGES 

Terry Neal Grumbles. Austin 
Otto Ross Harrison, Algoa 

Terry Paul Houghton, Austin 

William Tilden Johnson, Evansville, Ind. 
William Harvey Morgan, Bishop 
John J. Muth, Houston 

James Clarke Siddall, San Antonio 

Warren Morgan Sparks, Amarillo 
Paul Edward Vassberg, Lyford 



SPRING PLEDGE 
Donald Adolphus Bruhl, Jr., Llano 



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MEMBERS 

David William Alger, Houston 

Garland Thomas Bauch, Goliad 

Leonard John Becker, Jr., Galveston 

Dean Lynn Callender, Ashtabula, Ohio 
James Arthur Conner, Austin 

George Albert Dorn, Houston 
W. C. Enmon, Orange 

John Henry Herber, San Antonio 

Alan Winslow Loveland, Houston 

Dewey Herman Mobley, Cedar Hill 

Kenneth Hugh Odiornc, Houston 
Floyd Eugene Pope, Dallas 

James Harvey Rogers, San Antonio 

Francis Eugene Sheppard, Jr., Houston 
Alan Shield, Austin 

Patrick Thomas Shields, Dallas 

Albert Kennedy Solcher, Austin 

Charles Joseph Solcher, Austin 

Albert Earl Stephens, Houston 

David Erland Vassberg, Lyford 

John J. Windbigler, Raytown, Mo. 



Top Row: Algcr, Becker, Callender. 
Second Row: Enmon, Grumbles, Herber. 
Third Row: Houghton, Johnson, Loveland. 
Fourth Row: Mobley, Morgan, Muth. 
Fifth Row: Odiorne, Pope, Rogers. 
Sixth Row: Sheppard, Shields, Siddall. 
Seventh Row: A. Solcher, Sparks, Stephens. 
Eighth Row: D. Vassberg, P. Vassberg, Windbigler. 

PACE 299 




LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1913 



NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1864 



FACULTY 

LEO GUY BLACKSTOCK, Professor of Business Law 
JOHN MALCOLM FORSMAN, Assistant Professor of English 
ARCHIE WAUGH STRAITON, Professor of Electrical Engineering 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

MASON COOPER BROWN 
DANIEL LESTER SMITH 
GLENN C. LINCOLN 
DANIEL LESTER SMITH 
VIRGIL RAYMOND SMITH 



President .... 
Vice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 



Spring 

MASON COOPER BROWN 
BILLY RONALD CARNES 
JAMES ELLIS CLEOG, JR. 
JAMES ELLIS CLEOG, JR. 
VIRGIL RAYMOND SMITH 



PLEDGES 



John Rodque Agee, Texas City 

James Chester Arnold, Jr., Bellaire 

Kenneth Lane Bowen, Houston 

Cardis William Bryan, Jr., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

William Ezra Childers, Jr., Houston 

Charles Barry Collier, Austin 

Cecil Woodrow Fisher, Jr., Baytown 

Pete Edgar Fogerson, Houston 

Randolph Heartfield, Beaumont 

Bill James Young, 



Michael Gilbert Herndon, Corpus Christi 
James Douglas Kazen, Laredo 
Terry Dean King, Baytown 
William Theodore Pappas, Houston 
John D. Parr, Robstown 
Jan Edward Rehler San Antonio 
Bernhard Ernest Richert, Jr., Beaumont 
David Livingston White, El Paso 
Charles Willard Yoe, Austin 
Baytown 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Robert Eames Collier, Waco 

Jack Farris Gibson, Jr., Sulphur Springs 



Otho Raymond Plummer, Jr., Beaumont 
Robert Lee Wynne, III, Beaumont 






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MEMBERS 

Mason Cooper Brown, Irving 

Weldon David Cade, Jr., La Porte 
Billy Ronald Carries, Wichita Falls 
James Ellis Clegg, Jr., Baytown 
Jolen Milton Hathaway, Dallas 

George Cardwell Jolley, Jr., Uvalde 
Glenn C. Lincoln, Corpus Christi 
Leif Waldt Luglan, Kerrville 
Stevens Farris Mafrige, Houston 
Don Keith Meier, La Porte 

Fred Milton Ramsey, Jr., Dallas 
Gerald Alden Sears, Houston 
Daniel Lester Smith, Houston 
Virgil Raymond Smith, Houston 



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Top Row: Arnold, Bowen, Brown. 
Second Row: Bryan, Cade, Carnes. 
Third Row: Clegg, C. Collier, Fisher. 
Fourth Row: Fogerson, Hathaway, Heartfield. 
Fifth Row: Jolley, Lincoln, Luglan. 
Sixth Row: Mafridge, Heier, Pappas. 
Seventh Row: Ramsey, Rehler, Richert. 
Eighth Row: D. Smith, V. Smith, White. 
Ninth Row: Yoe, Young. 

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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President, 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



JAMES TERRELL TOWNSEND 
STANLEY EDWARD ADAMS 
JOHN HILL WATTS 
JACK GLENN NORWOOD 



Senior 

W ; ILLIAM E. HENRY .... 
JEROME L. PRAGER .... 
WILLIAM GARY PATTERSON 
FRANCIS MARION THOMSON- 
WILLIAM M. BYRD .... 
CLARENCE NEAL STEVENSON . 
FRANK DALLAS SCARBOROUGH 
JOHN CLEMENT RILEY 
JACK HARRISON STUTTS 
JAMES ARCHER PRENTICE . 
RODERICK MORRISON MCDONALD . 
BERT BENTLY ADKINS .... 
WILLIAM SKIDMORE BANKS, III 
RALPH WALDROM DAU 

JAMES ATWILL 

BRADY MARSHALL COLE 
ROBERT CLIFTON RUSSELL, JR. 
FREDDIE SHERMAN HARKAVY . 
JAMES M. PICKELL .... 
CHARLES RONALD ROGERS 
WAYNE ELLSWORTH WINDLE . 
RONALD H. BLUM .... 
SIDNEY H. SMITH, III . 
COY BEN MARTIN .... 
GEORGE GILBERT STUBBLEFIELD, III 

MARVIN LERNER 

PHILIP ARLEN GOOLSBY . 

FLOYD EUGENE POPE .... 

STEVENS FARRIS MAFRIGE . 



Fraternity 

Acacia 

Alpha Epsilon Pi . 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Beta Theta Pi 
Chi Phi . . . 
Delta Chi 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Tau Delta . 
Delta Upsilon 
Kappa Alpha . 
Kappa Sigma 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Phi Delta Theta . 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Phi Kappa Sigma . 
Phi Kappa Tau . 
Phi Sigma Delta . 
Phi Sigma Kappa . 
Pi Kappa Alpha . 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Mu , 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Nu 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Tau Delta Phi 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Theta Chi 
Theta Xi . 



Junior 

WALTER TOM HENSON 
LESLIE STEPHEN MENDELSOHN 
DON HARGROVE SMITH 
HENRY WILLARD LENDE, JR. 
JOHNEY WELDON Ross SMITH 
HERMAN WILLIS KENNEDY, JR. 
MARVIN HOLLMAN BROWN, III 
DANIEL ALVIN MEYERS 
BOBBY ARLINGTON WEAVER 
WILLIAM CHAPMAN ESTES 
JOHN ALLEN CALKINS 
CHARLES JOSEPH MACMANTS 
RICHARDSON GANO SCURRY, JR. 
GEORGE DAVID CONN 
THOMAS JAY BENNER 
TOM HOWARD TIMMINS 
ROBERT LESTER GRIFFIS 
BARRY RAYMOND RUSSAK 
CHARLES LEACH GILBREATH 
GEORGE CAMP CHAPMAN- 
RUPERT MAURY POLLARD 
THOMAS MORTON ROOSTH 
DARRELL EDDY JORDAN 
JOHN C. SARGENT 
ROBERT FRANKLIN TEAGUE, JR. 
LARRY JOSEPH SACHNOWITZ 
ROY NOLAN JOHNSON 
ALBERT EARL STEPHENS 
MASON COOPER BROWN 




s, Bennei , Blum, M. H. Brown, Mason Brown, Byrd, Calkins, Chapman, Cole. 
Second Ron 1 : Conn, Dau, Estes, Gilbreath, Goolsby, fJritriM, Harkavy, Ilrnry, IlniMUi. Johnson, Jordan, Kennedy. 
Third Row: Lende, Lernei , Macmanu>>. Mafrixc, Mai tin, M< Donald, Mendelsohn, Norwood, Pickell, I'ollard, 

Hope, Prager. 
Fourth Row: Prentice, Kilty, Rogers, Koosih, Kussak, Russell, Sachnowitz, S.u itnu, Scarlwnmjth, Scurry, D. 

Smith, J. Smith. 
Fifth Roit-: S. Smith. Stephens, Stevenson, Stubblefield, Stutts, Teague, '1 honison, 'I iinmins, Townstnd. Watts, 

Weaver, Windlc. 



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THLETICS 



PACE 303 



1957-1958 SCORES 



Football 

TEXAS 26 GEORGIA 

TEXAS 20 TULANE 

TEXAS 21 SOUTH CAROLINA 

TEXAS 7 OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 17 ARKANSAS 

TEXAS 19 RICE 

TEXAS 12 SMU 

TEXAS 7 BAYLOR 

TEXAS 14 TCI' 

TEXAS 9 TEXAS A&M 

TEXAS 7 MISSISSIPPI 

Basketball 

TEXAS 55 ARKANSAS 

TEXAS 50 TEXAS A&M 

TEXAS 82 BAYLOR 

TEXAS 68 SMI 

TEXAS 73 TCU 

TEXAS 68 RICE 

TEXAS 71 TEXAS TECH 

TEXAS 58 TCU 

TEXAS 74 TEXAS A&M 

TEXAS 66 TEXAS TECH 

TEXAS 64 BAYLOR 

TEXAS 73 SMU 

TEXAS 86 RICE 

TEXAS 60.. ..ARKANSAS 





TEXAS 6. 

TEXAS 9. 

TEXAS 13. 

TEXAS :i 

TEXAS I 

TEXAS 1 1 . 

IIXAS 11. 

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OKLAHOMA 2 

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MEMBERS 



Don Ray Allen 
Roy Maxwell Alvis 
Henry George Anderson 
Reece Brooks Anderson 
Lucious Edwin Ansley 
Robert Gordon Appleman 
Jay Hoyland Arnette 
James Earle Barden 
Laurence Albert Becker 
Stuart Benson 
George Currier Blanch 
Joseph Phil Branch 
Glair Maurice Branch 
Robert Earl Bryant 
Richard A. Carrington 
Vance LaNoal Castleberry 
Donald B. Clark 
Joseph Stuart Clements 
Kenneth Wayne Cleveland 
Robert James Crawford 
Kermit James Decker 
Albert Lindsay Delaney, Jr. 
Louis Raoul Del Homme 
David Barry Dowd 
H. Maurice Doke 
Don Michael Dowdle 
Clarence F. Dreymala 
John Werner Duckett 
Earnest A. Emby 
Allen Fred Ernst 



George F. Foerster 
Walter William Fondren, III 
George Alfred Gainley, Jr. 
Hollis H. Gainey 
William Vaugn Germany 
Joe Burch Gilbert 
Stewart M. Gillett 
Gerald Lewis Good 
Fallen Turley Gordon 
William Francis Greve, Jr. 
George A. Helland, Jr. 
John Thomas Hewlett, Jr. 
Jerrell Aaron Holder 
Jimmy Clyde Holt 
Norman Elwyn Hooton 
Brenton LeRoy Hughes 
Joe Curtis Irvin 
Gerald Elvin Johnson 
Vernon Murray Jordan 
Conrad Derdeyn Joseph 
Richard Page Keeton 
Garland Kennon 
Bobby Lee Lackey 
Monte Vern Lee 
Robert Ernest Lee 
Edwin Vince Matthews 
Gary Hugh Meyer 
Charles Patrick McGuire 
Walter Hedrick McNew 
Roy Arthur Menge 



Jerry Allen Muennick 
Dan Allen Myers 
George Ernest Myers 
John Boyd Padgett 
Robert Bruce Parker 
Arlis B. Parkhurst 
Brooks T. Patrick 
John C. Pel 
Dan Keith Pitner 
Donald Richard Pohl 
John Charles Procter 
Bobby Clayton Puryear 
Rene Javier Ramirez 
Gordon John Ratcliff 
Edward E. Reese 
Art E. Rhodes, Jr. 
Ralph K. Rosenberg 
Watson Payne Roye 
Walter Asa Saunders, Jr. 
Kenneth Hastings Savage 
Richard Charles Shulte 
Paul August Schumann, Jr. 
Julius T. Seaholm 
Thomas Edward Seekatz 
James Elsie Shillinburg 
John William Shaffer 
Elvin Mitchell Smith 
Thomas Theodore Smith 
Silas Edward Southern 
Raymond Hall Stauffacher, Jr. 



Larry Clifton Stephens 
Ross Lucas Stephenson 
George G. Stubblefield, III 
Jack Harrison Stutts 
Robert B. Sudderth 
Roy Lynn Taylor 
Roger Lee Tolar 
Jon David Totz 
Robert Lindley Towery 
John Frederic Trimble 
Everett L. Tucker 
Joe Ernest Villarreal 
Raymond Lavern Voigt 
Glenn Arthur Von Rosenberg 
Robert Clarkson Waggener 
James Clarence Wallace 
John Colvin Ward 
Johnny Richard Warren 
James Robert Watson 
Jimmy Dwayne Welch 
Perry Michael Wells 
Robert Harral Whilden 
James Jefferson White, III 
Ronald Barry White 
Wallace Gordon Wilson 
Joe Dell Winter 
John Alan Woodman 
Tracy Triece Word, III 
Wesley Lee Wyman 
William J. Wyman, Jr. 




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Top Row: Allen, Alvis, H. Anderson, Ansley, Barden, Becker, Clements, Crawford. 
Second Row: Emby, Foerster, Gainley, Germany, Greve, Hewlett, Holder, Holt. 
Third Row: Hooton, Jordan, Joseph, Keeton, Kennon, R. Lee, Matthews, McXew. 
Fourth Row: Padgett, Parkhurst, Pitner, Rhodes, Schumann, Shillingburg, E. Smith, Taylor. 
Fifth Row: Tolar, Von Rosenberg, Warren, Welch, Wells, Whilden, Woodman, Word. 



PAOE 305 



1957 LONGHORN COACHING STAFF 





DARRELL K. ROYAL 

Head Football Coach 



Don Ray Allen 
Roy Maxwell Alvis 
Henry George Anderson 
George Currier Blanch 
Robert Earl Bryant 
Joe Stuart Clements 
Louis Raoul Del Homme 
H. Maurice Doke 
Don Michael Dowdle 



DANA X. BIBLE 

Consulting Athletic Director 



1957 LETTERMEN 

Walter William Fondren, III 
Garland Kennon 
Bobby Lee Lackey- 
Monte Vern Lee 
Robert E. Lee 
Jerry Allen Muennink 
Arlis B. Parkhurst 
Rene Javier Ramirez 



Julius T. Seaholm 
Richard Charles Schulte 
James E. Shillingburg 
Elvin Mitchell Smith 
Larry Clifton Stephens 
Jimmy Dwayne Welch 
Don Wayne Wilson 
Wesley Lee Wyman 
William J. Wyman 



Walter Asa Saunders, Jr., Student Manager 



EDWIN WERNER OLLE 
Athletic Director and Business Manager 

RESERVE LETTERMEN 

Fred Bednarski, Jr. 
Vance LaNoal Castleberry 
Clifford Milton Grubbs 
Kleo Glen Halm 
Robert Joseph Harwerth 
James Richard Moffatt 
John B. Padgett 
William Fredrick Stolhandske 
Perry Michael Wells 
Joseph Delano Williams 







Lejt to Right: Darrell K. Royal, Raymond L. Willscy, Harold Jack Swarthout, William Mike Campbell, James Carroll T. Jones, Robert Clayburn 
Schulze, James N. Pittman, Charles Norris Shira. 




THE LONGHORNS 







Captains Louis Raoul Del Homme and Walter William Fondren, III 

The 1956 season ended with a 1-9 record for Texas but under the direction of a new head coach, Darrell Royal, the sopho- 
more filled team managed a 6-4-1 record topped off with a Sugar Bowl invitation to end a very fine 1957 campaign. Texas ranked 
second in the Southwest Conference just behind Rice and just ahead of Texas A & M. The "rags-to-riches" team may be explained 
by the intense desire of the boys to improve on the miserable 1956 record and the new improved tactics of Coach Royal and his 
staff. The Longhorns, led by such old professionals as Captains Walter Fondren and Louis Del Homme, gained hard-earned victories 
over the nationally-ranked Rice Owls and Texas A. & M. However, the over-all inexperience of the team was illustrated in the 
Sugar Bowl against Mississippi where many mistakes were made. The young Texans were not able to achieve full fighting pitch for 
the game after the comparatively long lay-off following the Aggie contest Thanksgiving Day. The team seemed to suffer a bad 
case of stage fright and the final gun saw the score stand at 7-39. However, each and every man on the squad and the entire 
coaching staff of the University should be congratulated on a job well done for 1957. 




Front Row: Don Wayne Wilson, Robert Earl Bryant, Garland Kennon, Robert E. Lee, Elvin Mitchell Smith, Louis Raoul Del Homme, Walter William Fondren, III, Julius T. 

beaholm, H. Maurice Doke, Don Ray Allen, Roy Maxwell Alvis, Defensive Line Coach Charles Morris Shira. 
Second Row: Offensive Line Coach James N. Pittman, Student Manager Walter Asa Saunders, Jr., Monte Vern Lee, Wesley Lee Wyman, Jerry Allen Muennink, George Currier 

Blanch, James E. Shillmgburg, Jimmy Dwayne Welch, Richard Charles Schulte. William J. Wyman, Arlis B. Parkhurst, Clair Maurice Branch, Bobby Lee Lackey, Defensive 

Backfield Coach Raymond L. Willsey, Head Coach Darrell K. Royal, Assistant Coach Harold Jack Swarthout. 
Third Row: Freshman Coach Robert Clayburn Schulze, Assistant Freshman Coach James Carroll Jones, End Coach William Mike Campbell, Kleo Glen Halm, Rene Javier 

Kamirez Clifford Milton Grubbs John B. Padgett, Henry George Anderson, Curtis B. Dyer, Joseph Delano Williams, Joe Stuart Clements, Don Michael Dowdle, Robert 

Joseph Harwerth, Larry Clifton Stephens. 

Fourth Row: George Edwin Fitts, Fred Bednarski, Perry Mike Wells, William Vaughn Germany, Jerry Doyle Tacker, Michael Wetzel, Judah Bernard Schultz, James Boyd House, 
Jr., Vance LaNoal Castleberry, James Richard Moffatt, Cameron Herschel Gates, David Allen Sadler. 

h Row: Walter Gerald Johnson, Joe Dell Winter, Ray Joe Twardowski, John Riley Evans, III, Fred Mayne Jennings, William Fredrick Stolhandske, Maurice Arnim Baum- 
garten, James Robert Guinn, James Robert Moffett, James Robert Watson, Bob Allen Ehl. 

PACE 307 





Max Alvis blocks out a Georgia Bulldog for Mike Dawdle who took the ball on a hand- 
off from Walt Fondren (in the background). 



TEXAS 26 GEORGIA 7 

On September 21 the Texas Longhorns, trying to recoup 
their football good fortune of former years, got the 1957 sea- 
son off in winning fashion with a 26-7 victory over the 
Georgia Bulldogs in Atlanta, Georgia. So impressive was the 
Steer win that the A.P. poll picked the Steers as the 13th 
best team in the nation at the end of the first week of play. 
Texas' unrelenting ground game amassed a net rushing total 
of 226 yards. Walt Fondren and Bobby Lackey handled the 
quarterbacking chores very effectively, while Mike Dowdle, 
who scored two touchdowns, Mickey Smith, Max Alvis, 
George Blanch and Clifford Grubbs, all supplied plenty of 
power. Texas was very stingy on defense allowing the Bulldogs 
only 128 yards net rushing for the evening. 



GEORGIA 

First Downs 11 

Net Yards Rushing 128 

Yards Gained Passing 52 

Passes Attempted 9 

Passes Completed 4 

Passes Intercepted By 

Punts 6 

Punting Average 31.0 

Fumbles Lost 4 

Yards Penalized 87 







TEXAS 
GEORGIA 




WALTER WILLIAM FONDREN, III 

Quarterback, Senior 



LOUIS RAOUL DEL HOMME 
Center, Senior 



PAGE 308 




Mike Dawdle took just one play from Tulane's two-yard line to score the Longhorns' 
second touchdown. Texas got the ball following a fumbled punt return by Ellzey. 



TEXAS 20 



TULANE 6 



TULANE 

First Downs 9 

Net Yards Rushing 197 

Yards Gained Passing 21 

Passes Attempted 5 

Passes Completed 1 

Passes Intercepted by 

Punts 8 

Punting Average 38.5 

Fumbles Lost 2 

Yards Penalized . 47 



TEXAS 

14 
174 

90 

10 
5 

6 

36.3 
2 

31 



Returning home on the third Saturday in September the Longhorns 
made their '57 debut in Memorial Stadium a successful one by de- 
feating the Greenwave from Tulane 20-6 after four hard-fought 
quarters of play. Halfway in the fourth quarter Texas and Tulane 
were locked in a 6-6 tie. The ball game had served back and forth 
for three quarters and saw some bad moments for the Steers. But finally 
sophomore back Rene Ramirez moved well behind good blocking 
and provided the go power in the two touchdown fourth period. 
Starting on the Greenie 47 Ramirez accounted for 37 yards. Ramirez 
accepted a 21-yard toss from Fondren, then burst over tackle for 
thirteen more and topped it all off by scoring the tie-breaking touch- 
down on a 3-yard pass from Fondren. Texas best offense was in its 
defense. A punt by Fondren to the Tulane 2-yard line was followed 
immediately by a booming tackle by Larry Stephens who caused the 
Tulane receiver to fumble the ball into the hands of Bob Harwerth 
and set up the Horns last tally. Texas linemen were tackling hard 
all night and this hustle is illustrated by the fact that Texas punted 
14 times in two games for a grand total punt return average against 
them of only 4 yards. 




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NAVES OtVBHlfS 
LIST SPRIND / 





DON WAYNE WILSON 
Guard, Senior 



JIMMY DWAYNE WELCH 

Fullback, Senior 



PAGE 309 






JULIUS T. SEAHOLM 

Tackle, Senior 



TEXAS 2 1 



SOUTH CAROLINA 27 



A 98-yard run back of the opening kickoff and a 20-point 
explosion in the fourth quarter proved too much for the Texas 
team to handle, as they suffered their first defeat at the 
hands of South Carolina, 27-21 here at Memorial Stadium 
in Austin. After the initial touchdown was scored by King 
Dixon of the Gamecocks on his kickoff scamper, Texas then 
seemed to ignite and scored one touchdown in each of the 
first three quarters up until the disastrous fourth quarter. 
Texas held South Carolina to two first downs and a 59-yard 
net total gain during the first half. But then came the blister- 
ing South Carolina dominated fourth period and their grind- 
ing ground game attack led by halfbacks King Dixon and 
Alex Hawkins which accounted for three big touchdowns 
against the deteriorating Texas defense. 



ELVIN MITCHELL SMITH 
Halfback, Senior 



SOUTH CAROLINA TEXAS 

First Downs 10 16 

Net Yards Rushing 142 115 

Yards Gained Passing 65 161 

Passes Attempted 3 15 

Passes Completed 3 9 

Passes Intercepted by 1 

Punts 6 6 

Punting Average 34.6 21.2 

Fumbles Lost 2 1 

Yards Penalized . .57 61 




Alex Hau'kins, Gamecock halfback, drives for a first down in the ill-fated fourth quarter. ]. T. Seaholm (on the ground), Max 
Alvis (25), Mike Dawdle, and Louis Del Homme all lend a hand bringing down the speedy Carolinian. 



PACE 310 





COTTON BOWL DALlflS OCT.12,1957 




WESLEY LEE WYMAN 
Tackle, Senior 



WILLIAM J. WYMAN 

Tackle, Senior 



First Downs 


OKLAHOMA 
21 


TEXAS 

11 


Net Yards Rushing 


303 


71 


Yards Gained Passin " 


24 


100 


Passes Attempted 


15 


18 


Passes Completed . . 


2 


7 


Passes Intercepted by 


.... 5 


4 


Punts 


8 


7 


Punting Average 


30.5 


46.1 


Fumbles Lost 





2 


Yards Penalized 


. 40 


35 



TEXAS 7 



OKLAHOMA 21 



Texas moved to Dallas and the famous Cotton Bowl to 
engage the Oklahoma Sooners, the Number One team in the 
nation, where they fell by the very respectable score of 7-21. 
Smelling an upset the Longhorns played on equal terms with 
the Norman conquerors for 57 minutes of the grueling contest. 
Only 5 minutes after the start of the game, Texas scored in 
a Fondren to Monte Lee combination and for a considerable 
time thereafter, a Longhorn upset victory was a distinct possi- 
bility. The climax came when Texas trailed 7-14 late in the 
game and Jackie Sandefer intercepted a Texas pass for the 
Sooners and ran it back to the Texas 21 -yard strip where the 
Sooners scored after three plays from that point to put the 
game on ice. 




lfj< BF: Don Wilson (62) and Robert E. Lee (53) race Sooner Sandefer for the goal line but it ivas Will Wyman (75) who finally made the tackle. 

PAGE 311 




ARKANSAS 
TEXAS 



Arlis Parkhurst (55), Jerry Muennink (63), Jim Welch (15), Will Wyman (75), Richard 
Schulte (80), Larry Stephens (84), and J. B. Padgett (64) come to the aid of the unidenti- 
fied Longhorn back who has been snowed under by Razorbacks. 

TEXAS 17 ARKANSAS 

Conference play opened for the Steers in Fayetteville, 
Arkansas, where the team engaged and decisively defeated 
the Arkansas Razorbacks, 17-0, thus upsetting the Nation's 
10th ranked team. Arkansas could never fathom the Texas 
defense, the deepest penetration into Texas territory by the 
Razorbacks came in the third quarter and went to the Texas 
13 where their drive fizzled. Offensive- wise it was George 
Blanch who set up the first Texas score by recovering a 
Razorback fumble. Fred Bednarski then kicked a 25-yard 
field goal to put Texas in front 3-0. Mike Dowdle had a fine 
day for the Longhorns as he intercepted a Porkie pass, and 
led the Steers in rushing. 




ARKANSAS TEXAS 



Net Yards Rushing 


192 


246 


Yards Gained Passing 


126 


31 


Passes Attempted 


. .. 21 


3 


Passes Completed 


9 


2 


Passes Intercepted by 


o 


2 


Punts 


7 


9 


Punting Average 


386 


39 1 


Fumbles Lost 


. 2 





Yards Penalized 


. 75 


106 




ROBERT E. LEE 
Guard, Senior 



JOE STUART CLKMKN 

Quarterbatk, Sfnior 

PAGE 312 



Tackle, Senior 








Texas Scores! 



TEXAS 1 9 



First Downs 

Net Yards Rushing 

Yards Gained Passing 

Passes Attempted 

Passes Completed 

Passes Intercepted by 

Punts 

Punting Average 

Fumbles Lost 

Yards Penalized 



JEORGE CURRIER BLANCH 
Halfback, Sophomore 




RICE 14 



Back in Memorial Stadium once again Texas upset the 
Rice Owls by the score of 19-14 to win their second straight 
Conference victory and give Texas a 2-0 Conference record. 
Leading 6-0 at half time, Texas took the second half kickoff 
and marched 69 yards for a second score. Texas led 12-0 
at this point thanks to the efforts of the line behind whose 
blocking Mike Dowdle, Bobby Lackey and Rene Ramirez ran 
well. Two minutes later the Owls, led by All-America quarter- 
back King Hill, roared back to score. Scarcely a minute later 
Texas was forced to punt from deep in Longhorn territory 
where Rice took over on the Texas 36 and only 2 plays later 
the Owls scored again to lead over Texas 12-14. But the thrills 
had just begun. The Owl kickoff was picked up by Ramirez 
on the Texas 20 and he expertly ran for 80 yards through 
the Rice team. Lackey's extra point was good and the deter- 
mined Texas defense held the touchdown-minded Owls at that 




ARLIS B. 

Center, Junior 



Halfback, Sophomore 




Rene Ramirez finds the going rough against the S. M. U. Ponies 



TEXAS 1 2 



S. M. U. 19 



Once again in the Cotton Bowl against S. M. U., Texas 
saw its grip on the Conference title slacken as Don Meredith 
and the Mustang team unceremoniously knocked Texas 
from the Conference lead with a 12-19 victory. The Mus- 
tangs would give nothing to Texas and played good, hard 
defensive ball all day. S. M. U. turned on a surging third- 
quarter drive to score twice and move ahead of Texas 19-6. 
In setting up this second touchdown, Meredith ran for 20 
yards to the Texas 19, tossed a quick pass to Lon Slaughter 
at the 1 1 and then passed once again to Wayne Slanhard 
in the end zone. To top it all off Meredith then made good 
his conversion try. The Steers moved the ball well during 
most of the game, but could not match S. M. U. for de- 
termination. 



SMU 

First Downs 15 

Net Yards Rushing 222 

Yards Gained Passing. . . 103 

Passes Attempted 15 

Passes Completed 7 

Passes Intercepted by. . . 4 

Punts 5 

Punting Average 3-7.6 

Fumbles Lost 2 

Yards Penalized. . .78 




-S.M.U. 




H. MAURICE DOKE 
End, Sophomore 



ROBERT EARL BRYANT 
End, Junior 

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{ GEORGE ANDERSON 
Guard, Sophomort 



! 




RICHARD CHARLES SCHULTE 
End, Sophomore 



RENE JAVIER RAMIREZ 
Halfback, Sophomore 



JERRY ALLEN MUENNINK 

Guard, Sophomore 




TEXAS 7 BAYLOR 7 

The Baylor Bears received a 7-7 tie with Texas, here in Austin, by virtue of a 
fourth quarter score. The tie dashed cold water on Longhorn conference hopes, but 
did not kill them entirely. On the first set of downs, a Texas drive was stifled on the 
Baylor 23-yard line, at which point Farrel Fisher intercepted a Lackey pass and ran 
with the ball to the Texas 11 before being brought down by George Blanch. Baylor 
fumbled two plays later and Arlis Parkhurst recovered. Now frustration became the 
Longhorns. Twice in the first quarter Texas got within the Baylor 3-yard line, but 
could not score, losing the ball on a fumble the latter time. The stumbling Steers 
left the field at half time with the score 0-0. In the third quarter Walt Fondren 
faded and found George Blanch in the end zone. The extra point snap was fumbled, 
but Fondren picked it up and ran for the point. Finally in the fourth quarter 
Baylor got the ball on a Fondren punt and marched 78 yards in 13 plays to tie 
up the game. 






BAYLOR TEXAS 

First Downs 18 14 

Net Yards Rushing 124 28 

Yards Gained Passing 148 196 

Passes Attempted 17 19 

Passes Completed 9 14 

Passes Intercepted by 1 1 

Punts 6 7 

Punting Average 28.0 44.1 

Fumbles Lost 4 3 

Yards Penalized . . 60 55 



Crawling up the back of Baylor defender Darrell Cooper 
to snare a 15-yard pass from the hands of Walter Fondren 
is Longhorn right end Bob Bryant. 



PACE 315 








Five TCU defenders chase George Blanch over the goal as Texas scores. 



TEXAS 14 TCU 2 

Undaunted by their poor showing against Baylor the previous 
Saturday, Texas' sophomore-dominated performers managed to help 
pave their way to the Sugar Bowl by upsetting T. C. U. here in 
Memorial Stadium 14-2. Texas' best game was in the defensive de- 
partment because the Longhorns were out-gained 291 yards to 180 
yards. The Steers began their scoring drive with just four minutes 
left in the third quarter. Texas held the Froggies on the Orange 44 
and then George Blanch gained 34 yards on a handoff from Bobby 
Lackey. Three plays later Lackey had successfully engineered the 
team over for the score and a 7-0 bulge for Texas at this point. 
Seven minutes later Texas again fought T. C. U. to a standstill on 
the Steer 46 yard line and this time it was Walter Fondren who 
managed the squad down the field for the second Texas score, bring- 
ing the total to 14-0. Blanch, Don Allen and Rene Ramirez provided 
the steam to sustain the drive. It was Merlin who later blocked 
Lackey's attempted punt out from the Orange end zone that ac- 
counted for T. C. U.'s 2 points. Very late in the game the Froggies 
muffed a perfect chance to score on Lasater's heave to Nikkei who 
received the ball on the Steer 3 and then let it squirt out of his 
hands allowing Max Alvis to recover for Texas. 



First Downs 


TCU 

16 


TEXAS 

11 


Net Yards Rushing 


186 


164 


Yards Gained Passing 


105 


16 


Passes Attempted 


12 


2 


Passes Completed 


. . . . 5 


1 


Passes Intercepted bv 


... 


2 


Punts 


3 


6 


Punting Average 


260 


33.3 


Fumbles Lost 


2 


2 


Yards Penalized . 


. 50 


55 





JAMES E. SHILLINGBUR 

Guard, Sophomore 



DON RAY ALLEN 

Fullback, Sophomore 



PACE 316 



TI;\\S us vi v, TI;\\S 





TEXAS 9 



TEXAS A & M 7 



Texas chained to the cellar last year, vaulted 
back to the brink of the Southwest Conference 
by defeating Texas A & M, 9-7, in College 
Station on Thanksgiving Day. Texas branded 
itself the Sugar Bowl bid as result of its grid- 
iron prowess. So thoroughly did Texas' defense 
contain the Aggies that it was not until 3J/a 
minutes into the second half that A & M was 
able to cross the 50-yard line. Another 14 min- 
utes went by before the Cadets moved inside 
the Texas 30 for the first and only time, due 
to the stout Texas defense plus the punting 
ability of Walt Fondren, which set up the Steers 
lone touchdown in the first quarter. The punt 
carried for 62 yards to the Aggie 33, and the 
Longhorns were touchdown bound with Bobby 
Lackey finally going over from one foot out. In 
the third quarter relief quarterback Charley 
Milstead was tackled by Mike Dowdle and 
fumbled on his own 40, where Bob Bryant re- 
covered for Texas. The Steers gained two first 
downs, but found their drive stifled at the 22- 
yard line and elected to try a field goal. Fondren 
held and Lackey kicked. The 3 points turned 
out to be the game winning points. Halfback 
George Blanch was Texas top hand, while the 
Aggies All-America, John Crow, was the out- 
standing player on the field. 



MONTE VERN LEE 

End, Sophomore 



First Downs 11 

Net Yards Rushing 133 

Yards Gained Passing 85 

Passes Attempted 11 

Passes Completed 3 

Passes Intercepted by 1 

Punts 6 

Punting Average 31.6 

Fumbles Lost 3 

Yards Penalized . .15 



BOBBY LEE LACKEY 
Quarterback, Sophomore 

TEXAS A&M TEXAS 

14 
196 

33 
9 
3 
2 
4 

45.7 
3 

50 




Don Allen (31 ) and George Blanch (41 ) stop an Aggie cold. 



PAOI S17 




Ole Miss fullback Charlie Flowers (41), is swamped by H. G. Anderson (68), Will Wyman (75), Wes Wyman 
(70), Arlis Parkhurst (55), Bob Bryant (85), and Jim Shillingburg (66) near the Texas goal line. 



TEXAS 7 



MISSISSIPPI 39 



Bowl bound at last the Longhorns ventured to New Or- 
leans to add new luster to their football laurels but their 
efforts were subdued by the Mississippi Rebels, 39-7. The 
Longhorns played hard but if ever a team was completely 
frustrated it was Texas. When the Steers began to gain yard- 
age, they were halted by a fumble . . . they lost four . . . 
or a pass interception . . . Ole Miss picked off four ... or 
an injurious penalty. The key to the Rebel win was the fact 
that they could sweep Longhorn ends at will. Ray Brown was 
the unanimous choice as the game's outstanding player, driv- 
ing the Ole Miss split-T, as if he had invented it. Texas lone 
touchdown came after the Rebels punted out to their own 
33-yard strip and the Steers moved the distance in 7 plays and 
one penalty later with Don Allen accounting for 35 yards of 
the total distance. However, the effort was too late and too 
little and it was a long afternoon for the Longhorns. 



First Downs 15 

Net Yards Rushing ' 304 

Yards Gained Passing 71 

Passes Attempted 16 

Passes Completed 7 

Passes Intercepted by 4 

Punts 7 

Punting Average 34.7 

Fumbles Lost 2 

Yards Penalized . . 95 





- 



LARRY CLIFTON STEPHENS 
End, Sophomor* 



biitk, jopnomnre 



1957 CROSS COUNTRY 

The Texas Cross Country team was forced into second place in the Southwest Conference by the University 
of Arkansas, the defending champion. The Conference meet was held at Waco. The Razor backs took the first 
six places and had 30 points to the Longhorns' 50. TCU, SMU. Texas A&M and Baylor finished in that order 
behind Arkansas and Texas. Defending individual champion Joe Villarreal was edged out by Ray Dyck of 
Arkansas 9:13-9:15. 

The first meet of the season was held in College Station and saw the University of Houston take the 
first five places and gain enough points to outrun The University of Texas and Texas A&M. Humberto Adame 
was the closest man for the Steers as he grabbed place number six at the finish of the two-mile distance. Ace 
Steer carriers Joe Villarreal and Walter McNew did not make the trip to Aggie-land. 

Meet number two for the Texas distance men held in Waco against Baylor, TCU, SMU, and Texas 
A&M resulted in a Longhorn win. Texas' national champion, Walter McNew, lead the Longhorns to an easy 
victory in the five-team meet. He had a winning time of 10:32 and was followed closely by teammate Humberto 
Adame with 10:34. Texas ended the afternoon by grabbing six of the top ten places. The Aggies finished second 
in the meet, Baylor third. 

The following Friday Texas fell once again before the omushing University of Houston cross country team. 
Texas placed second to the Cougars in the four-mile triangular meet held in Memorial Stadium. Howard Payne 
College placed third. The point totals ran 24-41-64. Walter McXew placed fourth for Texas, finishing just behind 
Houston's Reggie Darley. 

Traveling to Norman, Oklahoma, and the triangular meet between Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, Texas 
edged the Sooners 38-39 to take first place honors. In the three-mile event Joe Villarreal placed first with a 
good time of 15:20.6, followed by teammate McNew with 15:20.8. Adame, Ken Savage, and Keith Pitner also 
placed in the top fifteen. Arkansas was third with a total of 43 points. 

At The University of Texas Third Annual Invitational Track Meet in ZHker Park the first week in 
November, first place was won once again by the University of Houston with 19 points. Texas was second with 
47 points, Howard Payne finished third with 68 points followed by McNeese State of Louisiana with 111 points. 
Brooks Medical Center of San Antonio finished with 125 points. In varsity individual competition, the first 
Texas man to cross the finish line was Ken Savage with a time of 9:41. Winning time was 8:55, made by John 
Macy. 

Bouncing back in winning style Texas took first place "n the Howard Payne Invitational 4-mile run with 23 
points, followed by Howard Payne with 38 and Oklahoma Baptist with 63 points. McNew placed first with a 
time of 19:11. 

The final meet of the season was the big one for the Longhorns as they traveled to East Lansing, Michigan 
and the annual NCAA sponsored Cross Country classic. Max Truex, University of Southern Cal, shattered the 
old record of 19:36.7 for the four-mile course and finished 120 yards ahead of John Macy of Houston. Walter 
McNew, defending champion, finished eighth with 20:00.1. The Irish won team honors with a low of 121 points; 
124 out of 130 starters crossed the finish line. 




T. J. LOWORN 

Coach 



LETTERMEN 

Walter H. McNew 
Kenneth H. Savage 
Robert Crawford 



RESERVE LETTERMEX 
Humberto Adame 
Andre Bouchard 
Jimmy Harlan Gray 
Keith Pitner 
Gordon J. Ratcliff 
Joe E. Villarreal 



FRESHMEN AWARDS 
Donald Dean Dishongh 
Stanley R. Fullen 
Pat Melvin Jones 
Kenneth Stewart Lyon 
David Melber 
Ralph Doyle Ross, Jr. 







Front Row: Gordon Ratcliff, Ken Savage, Andre Bouchard, Joe Villarreal, Humberto Adame. 

Back Row: Walter McNew, Johnny Cotten, Drew DunJap, Jimmy Gray, Keith Pitner, Coach Froggy Lovvorn. 



' PACE 319 




1958 BASKETBALL 

The Longhorn Basketball team closed out the season in Arkansas by losing to 
the Porkers, 60-74. This loss for the Horns placed them seventh with a 5-9 South- 
west Conference record. In non-conference play the picture was a little better with 
the Orange and White blasting Texas A&I, Trinity, McMurry, Tulane and Baylor 
in the SWC Tourney, for a record of five wins matched with four losses. However, 
when conference time came around it found the Steers suffering from the flu and a 
bad case of roaditis. Throughout the season outstanding performances were turned 
in by Jay Arnette, Barry Dowd, Kermit Decker, Ken Cleveland, and John Shaffer, 
backed by a good slate of reserve power. 

In the SWC winners circle the SMU Mustangs and the Arkansas Razorbacks 
tied with 9-5 records. 



JAMES MARSHALL HUGHES 
Head Basketball Coach 



Jay H. Arnette 

Kenneth Wayne Cleveland 



LETTERMEN 

Kermit J. Decker Brenton L. Hughes 

David Barry Dowd Gary Hugh Meyer 



Bobby Clayton Puryear 
John W. Shaffer 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 

Charlie Robert Cox Edward O. Russell 

William Mack Davenport Jerry Don Smith 

MANAGERIAL AWARDS 

Charles Edwin Furgerson, Junior Thomas C. Leezer, Sophomore 

Colvin Ward, Senior 




12 



y. 




X 3 



m 



I 



1 ronl Rott: Barry Dowd, Kenneth Cleveland, Ketmit Decker, Bobby Puryear. 



Ward. 



Run : Assistant Coach Jimmy Viramnnfes, Htrru.in Hughes, Gary Meyer, Coach Marshall Hughes, John Shaffer, Jay Arnelte, Student Manager Colvin 



PAGE 320 



NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 



Opening the 1957-58 cage season. Texas ran over an unusually weak 
Texas A&I team 62-45. With 11:15 minutes left in the first quarter, Texas 
took the lead and never gave it up. In the second half A&I made a determined 
effort at closing the gap and came within 7 points of doing so before Texas 
began finding the bucket once more and managed to pull away. The teams 
were close in rebounds, Texas getting the slight edge, 48-41. 

Picking up speed the hustling Longhorn quint used determination and 
fast breaks to advantage and defeated Trinity University, 74-59. Coach Hughes 
praised the Steer defense but added that the offensive rebounding needed 
improvement. Texas hit 42 percent of their shots while limiting Trinity to 32.8 
per cent. Bub Farrell was high scorer for Texas with 14 points and also the top 
rebounder with 12. 

The Steers were rolling along in good fashion in their pre-season duels, 
this time smashing McMurry in Gregory gym, 73-41. The teams played evenly 
for the first nine minutes before the Steers finally managed to build a 11-10 
lead to 34-19 by the halftime. McMurry went an eight minute stretch without 
hitting a single goal. As in the first two games the Steers controlled the back- 
boards, grabbing 61 rebounds to the Indians' 38. 

Making their last homestand of the pre-season play, the Texans managed 
to tame Tulane 75-64. The unbeaten Steers outran, outshot, and out-rebounded 
the men from New Orleans throughout most of the game. With 8:30 minutes 
left to play in the first half the score was tied 12-12. The first half was a see- 
saw battle until Barry Dowd and Kermit Decker collaborated to give Texas a 
5 point lead a minute and a half before intermission. Brenton Hughes per- 
formed well in all departments of the game and again, Bub Farrell led the 
night's scorers with 19 baskets. 

Moving to Columbia, Missouri, Texas was overcome 82-61 by the Mis- 
souri Tigers who were seeking vengeance for a previous defeat at the hands of 
Texas. Striking hard early, Missouri lost little time in taking command. Texas 
kept up the pace for the first seven minutes but after that the Tigers' Siebert 
and Glen Forristall collaborated to ease by the Longhorns and raise their ad- 
vantage to 27 points near the 10-minute mark in the second half. Finally Texas 
came to life with Shaffer scoring 9 points within three minutes and Decker 
hitting a hot streak also. But Missouri had the answer. Although its overall 
height wasn't much better than Texas', the Tigers out-rebounded the Long- 
horns 48-34. 

Travelling to Wichita, Kansas, the Texas cagers turned 
in a very aggressive performance before bowing to the Uni- 
versity of Wichita, 82-66. The figures give a very inaccurate 
picture of this game as Texas was very much in the running 
until only five minutes remained. Hughes' men played their 
best ball game of the pre-season campaign and gave a pleas- 
ing performance against a taller and more seasoned foe. 
Victors in six of their seven starts this year, the Wichita 
Shockers were an inch taller per man. Still Texas out-re- 
bounded the Shockers during the first half. Texas heroes were 
numerous but the most fantastic was Kermit Decker, who hit 
22 points to grab individual scoring honors. 

Texas next travelled to Houston during the Christmas 
holidays and the seventh annual Southwest Conference pre- 
season basketball tournament, where they were met and de- 
feated in the opening game by Arkansas 67-83. The hustle 
was there but sufficient rebounds and good shots were lacking 
for the Steers. Texas' second performance of the tournament 
produced for them a 61-59 victory over Baylor and put Texas 
in the consolation finals along with S.M.U., in which both 
teams played top ball as Texas fell 75-83. Kermit Decker 
was the pointmaker in the tourney, scoring 26 points in the 
S.M.U. game. 




Hughes gets set to shoot for two while a Tulane defender 
tries to block the shot. 




Cleveland goes up for the shot against Texas A&I. 



PAGE 321 




TEXAS 55 ARKANSAS 57 

Battling against almost impossible odds the Horns lost in 
their con.erence opener 57-55 at Gregory Gym to highly-rated 
Arkansas. Texas had to play without the services of its three 
tall men John Shaffer, Robert Hover and Bub Farrell. Mid- 
way in the first half Arkansas had built up an 11 point lead 
and at half time Texas faced a ten point deficit. Cold the first 
half, Texas steamed back the second half with Bremen 
Hughes, Ken Cleveland and Bobby Puryear leading the attack. 
Texas pulled even with Arkansas with 1 1 minutes left to play 
in the game but the Steers could never take the lead despite 
tremendous pressure on the Porkies. With 20 seconds left to 
play Arkansas had widened their lead by six points. Texas 
drew 21 fouls during the game which cost them 17 points, but 
they were credited with out-rebounding the Porkies 44-37. 
Brenton Hughes led both teams in that department. 



TEXAS 50 



TEXAS A&M 71 



JAY H. ARXETTE 



KERMIT J. DECKER 



TEXAS 68 



SMU 82 



Slowing down after Baylor the Texas quintet traveled to 
Dallas where they were met and defeated 68-82 by a sharp 
SMU five. Texas lacked offensive hustle and trailed 23-38 by 
the end of the first half. A major factor in the SMU win was 
rebounding power. Texas obtained only two offensive re- 
bounds during the entire first half. Texas tried to come to 
life the second half and made 40.8 per cent of their shots. 
Dazzling sophomore Jay Arnette led the Longhorn scorers 
with 22 points for the night. Despite the momentary fire of 
the Steers, SMU eased by to their third consecutive confer- 
ence win. Texas now stood 1-3 in conference play. 



The homestanding Aggies proved too tough for the Long- ; 
horns, defeating the Steers 71-50. Texas started the game hot, 1 
but the Aggies finally moved ahead to stay with nine minutes 
gone in the first quarter and by halftime the Aggies had in- 
creased their lead to 31-23. The second half was worse as the 
Longhorns' offense was paralyzed by the aggressive Aggies 
who never let Texas get closer than ten points. The Farmers 
made 40 per cent of their shots to Texas' 35 per cent and 
out-rebounded the Steers 50-32. Jay Arnette was the Texas 
high point man with 13. 



TEXAS 82 



BAYLOR 61 



A fine team effort brought the University its first Southwest 
Conference victory, an 82-61 decision over Baylor. This game 
marked Texas' first use of the zone defense. John Shaffer 
proved to be the biggest Longhorn that night as he accounted 
for 1 1 points in the first seven minutes and ended his fine 
evening with a total of 16 points to share the high scoring 
honors with Ken Cleveland. After the first four minutes of 
play Baylor was behind 8-0, but after gradually adjusting to 
the zone defense, the Bruins ended the half trailing 31-35. 
Baylor started slowly in the second half, failing to score until 
the four minute mark and not counting its first field goal until 
8 minutes were gone. By this time the Steers had a 17-point 
margin and were ahead to stay. Texas hit a very respectable 
46.3 per cent of their shots for the game. 







Everyone stands around and watches while Hughes takes aim for the hoop in the Rice game. 

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TEXAS 73 



TCU 69 



Coming home to Gregory Gym after the Baylor game, 
Texas played the role of spoiler and derailed the highly 
regarded TCU Hornfrogs 73-69. It was an upset worthy 
of rank in the same class as the tremendous upset last 
year of nationally ranked S.M.U., also played in Gregory 
Gym. Texas Christian never once led during the game, in 
fact they never even tied Texas. Twice in the first twenty 
minutes TCU was within two points of the Longhorns 
but at halftime Texas led 36-39. Ronny Stevenson had 
a chance to tie the game with 7: 10 minutes left to go, 
but he missed both of his free throws and the battling 
Longhorns refused to be caught. Texas hit 44 per cent 
of their shots but more important they out-rebounded 
the much taller Froggies, 37-35. Brenton Hughes was 
good for 21 points and sophomore Jay Arnette was sec- 
ond best for the night with 18 points, both for Texas. 
Even the free throw department of Texas sparkled with 
21 of 25 tries. 



TEXAS 68 



RICE 102 



Invading Houston Hughes' men met stiff opposition 
and fell to Rice by the lopsided score of 102-68. It was 
an all time high against the Longhorns, bettering the 
83 points the Owls tallied on their home court two years 
ago. The 'horns started the scoring with a layup shot by 
Arnette and kept pace with Rice for the first five minutes 
but by half-time Rice had accounted for 61 points with 
34 for Texas. Texas hit a respectably 46 per cent of 
their shots during the first half but Rice managed a 
phenomenal 63 per cent shot average the first half. Re- 
bounding tells the story of the game as the Longhorns 
managed only 10 rebounds for the night. The Owl's 
biggest lead was 45 points when the score stood at 99-54. 
High point man for Texas was Jay Arnette who man- 
aged to rake the meshes for 21 points. This game left 
Texas with a conference record of two wins, four losses 
and put them out of contention for the championship. 



TEXAS 71 



TEXAS TECH 59 



Returning to Gregory Gym the Longhorns inaugurated 
their SWC competition with Texas Tech by downing 
them, 71-59. This time Texas showed good hustle as 
they ran, crawled and dived in a tremendous display 
of determination to nail down their fourth conference 
victory against three losses. Texas took the lead midway 
in the first half and built up what seemed a comfortable 
15 point lead, but by the middle of the second half Tech 
had cut the Longhorn advantage to three points, 58-55. 
At this stage Texas had not scored for 6 minutes, but 
Cleveland hit the net and increased the lead. However, 
Texas' tight zone defense turned the trick. It made the 
Redmen more desperate by the minute and they showed 
it in their fouling and loose defense. Texas took ad- 
vantage of the situation to move out of danger and win 
the game. Ken Cleveland and Kermit Decker led for 
Texas with 16 points each, followed by Brenton Hughes 

ho had 15 points and John Shaffer with 12. 




Texas' trying for a basket 



TEXAS 74 



TEXAS A&M 68 



The Texas Longhorns played fine basketball to win a 
six point victory over the Texas Aggies, 74-68 at Gregory 
Gym. After leading most of the second half, the Orange 
and White suddenly found themselves trailing 61-62 
with less than five minutes to play. Brenton Hughes 
then whipped one through the net and the 'horns led 
63-62 with 3:27 minutes remaining. From there Texas 
went on to build up a six point lead and proved to be 
virtually out of reach of the Farmers. The victory brings 
the season record of the Steers to 9-9 and advances them 
to sixth place in the conference standings. 




JOHN W. SHAFFER 



KENNETH WAYNE CLEVELAND 



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Looks like the Hog has the court all by himself while 
the Longhorns look on. 



TEXAS 58 



TCU 88 



Taking to the road once again the Texas quintet played and 
lost to TCU in Fort Worth, 88-58. One reporter referred to 
the game as "The Comedy of Errors" and certainly it was for 
Texas who played an aggressive game but failed to make a 
fair percentage of their shots. Jay Arnette and center Johnny 
Shaffer opened the scoring for the evening but with 15:41 
minutes gone in the first half, Texas trailed by four points. 
The Steers tried everything, but the accuracy of the Froggies 
proved too much. Coach Hughes shuffled his players trying 
to find the winning combination, but Longhorn efforts were 
hampered by the loss of Brenton Hughes who suffered a leg 




BOBBY CLAYTON PURYEAR 




injury and Jay Arnette, who was put out late in the first 
quarter by an ankle injury. The only Texas player to score 
in double figures was Ed Russell who accounted for 1 1 points, 
as compared to 28 points for Ronny Stevenson and 23 points 
for H. E. Kirchner of the Hornfrogs. Except for its early 
spurt, Texas was never in the game and the Froggies led by 
21 points at one time. 



TEXAS 66 



TCU 93 



Still hot after their previous upset over Arkansas the Texas 
Tech Red Raiders eased into a tie for first place in the SWC 
by defeating Texas, 93-66, in Lubbock. It was a sweet victor 
for the West Texas crew, who almost had their title hop 
dashed just ten nights ago in Austin by the Steers. The ir 
spired Texas Tech team built up a 20 point lead by half-time 
and Texas Steers never really threatened. Longhorns tried 
get back into the game the second half, but they could onl 
pull within 17 points of the Raiders, who proved to be ver 
"standoffish." Only Kermit Decker had any measure of suc- 
cess at the basket as he led Texas scoring with 18 points. 



TEXAS 64 



BAYLOR 65 



Fans in Waco witnessed a real thriller as Texas fell to 
Baylor in an overtime game, 65-64, and the game was un- 
certain until the last six seconds of overtime play. From the 
start the game was a see-saw situation and in a flurry of 
baskets Baylor held a 31-29 advantage at halftime. The Steers 
entered the overtime play without the services of Brenton 
Hughes who had fouled out just before regulation time ended. 
Texas matched Baylor point for point in the overtime play 
until they ran out of working time. The Bears had the edge 
in both field goal percentage and rebounds. Decker led the 
Steer scoring with 14 points. 



Hughes, Shaffer and Decker gang up on a Baylor man to stop his attempt 
to tally. 



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TEXAS 73 



SMU 89 



The sharp-shooting SMU Mustangs romped over Texas in 
Gregory Gym by an 89-73 score and climbed into first place 
in the SWC standings. SMU needed this victory and they 
scrambled hard to get it. Wilbur Marsh fired a jump shot 
with 28 seconds gone in the first half giving the Ponies the 
lead which they never relinquished for the rest of the night. 
Brenton Hughes accounted for the Texans' first basket of the 
evening with 1:11 minutes gone. Then he added the free 
throw to bring the Steers to a 3-4 score. But this was as close 
as Texas could come to the efficient Mutangs. Still chopping 
away at the leaders the Longhorns pulled to 25-28, but Rick 
Herrscher, high score man of the contest, hooked in two 
baskets to allow the Mustangs to pull ahead once again. 
Longhorn eyes were bad that night as they connected with 
only 29 of 75 baskets for a 38.7 percentage. Decker, Shaffer, 
! Cleveland were the high scorers for the Texans. 




Arnette and Hughes anxiously watch a teammate's shot in the SMU game. 



TEXAS 86 



RICE 78 



The final conference game of the season saw Texas literally shoot a good Rice team to pieces, 86-78. The 
Steers scored their most points of the season in their last home game, missing only 20 shots all night and drop- 
ping in 32 of 52 attempts for a 61.5 percentage. It will be remembered that this same Rice team had previously 
defeated Texas earlier in the season 68-102. Senior Ken Cleveland took the top scoring honors with 23 points 
while Kermit Decker, John Shaffer and Gary Meyer provided fine defensive work. Junior Brenton Hughes was 
continually out-jumping his taller Rice adversaries and pumped in 22 points. The determined orange and white 
cagers jumped to a four point lead with 1 1 :42 minutes in the first half and after this Coach Suman's boys 
could not get within ten points of Texas. This victory brought the 'horns season record to 10-12 and raised 
their SWC mark to five wins and eight losses. 




TEXAS 60 



ARKANSAS 74 



Playing in Fayetteville. Arkansas, the Longhorns ended 
the 1957-58 season with a 74-60 loss to the Razorbacks. This 
game assured the Hogs of at least a tie in the SWC basket- 
ball race. Little Freddy Grim set a new all-time scoring 
record for an Arkansas player. His performance erased the 
mark of 233 points set in 1948 by one slim point, giving him 
a 234 point total for the season. The Steers started rolling 
early and John Shaffer hit his first five attempts from the 
court. Midway through the first half the Razorbacks found 
themselves trailing 16-13. At this point Grim and Tommy 
Rankin collaborated to give the Razorbacks a 29-21 lead 
with less than five minutes remaining in the half. Arkansas 
had control of the game during the second half and with 
22:42 minutes left in the contest they led by 20 points, 68-48. 
Shaffer was high man for Texas with 15 points. This game 
lowered the Longhorns' SWC mark to five wins and nine 
losses, and they ended the season with a 10-12 record. 



GARY HUGH MEYER 



DAVID BARRY DOWD 



PAGE 325 



SWIMMING 




HENRY WILSON CHAPMAN 
Coach 



LETTERMEN 

James E. Harden 
Edward E. Reese 
Thomas T. Smith 
James C. Wallace 
Tracy T. Word 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 

Dotson C. Smith 
Ronald E. Thompson 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 

Robert L. Abbott 
Herschell L. Atkinson 
Douglas G. Duwe 
Noel G. Ellis 
Jay H. Harris 
Jeffrey M. Heller 
T. Charles Lucas 
Joe F. Musgrove 
Sherwood M. Reaves 
George William Smith 
Sam Sparks 
Edwin J. Taegel 
Robert A. Taylor 
James T. Willerson 



MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Nolev Bice 



MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Claude Cox 







front Row: Ralph Wilson Nimmons, Jr.. Herbert Stephen Goldberg, Tracy T. Word, James C. Wallace. 

Stcond Row: Hank Chapman, Coach; Joe Gilbert, Edward . Reese, Dotson C. Smith, Robert Arthur Huber, 

John Griffith. Assistant Coach. 
Back Ro:t : TV, ink Catletl, Gene Thompson, James E. Barden, Thomas T. Smith. 






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For the second consecutive year Texas placed third in the Conference 
swimming competition behind SMU and Texas A&M. Low men in the 
Conference were Rice who placed fourth and Texas Tech who placed fifth. 
Southern Methodist racked up a score of 188J4 points and cracked six records 
in winning its second straight Southwest Conference swimming and diving 
championship. 

Opening the season with the SWC relays, Texas trailed in the final tally 
with only 62 points, as compared with 116 points for SMU the winner, fol- 
lowed by A&M with 110 and in last place was Rice totaling only 54 points. 
Next the Longhorn tankers swept by Gustavus Adolphus with Tommy Smith. 
Jim Barden, Skippy Wallace, Ed Reese and Tracy Word all getting first places 
in their respective events. Still hot Texas tangled with the Cougars of the 
University of Houston next scoring a 52-32 victory, and winning first in eight 
of ten events. In Gregory Gym Texas' depth-shy varsity of seven men set new 
school records in the 400-yard medley relay and the 200-yard backstroke as 
they defeated Rice 51-34. Again the Longhorn swimmers seven iron men 
won eight of ten events to defeat Texas Tech 51-29, thus making it four 
straight victories for the team. Breaking stride the following week the varsity- 
found its manpower shortage too great a handicap and bowed to Texas A&M, 
62-29. Warming up for the SWC meet the Steer tankers were met and defeated 
60-25 by SMU with Skippy Wallace getting the only Texas first for the after- 
noon in the breastroke. 




JAMES C. WALLACE 
EDWARD E. REESE 




JAMES E. BARDEN 

TRACY T. WORD 

THOMAS T. SMITH 



PACE 327 




1958 TRACK 



CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Coach 



LETTERMEN 

Donald Wyatt Beard 
Don Eldon Casselberry 
Drew Woolford Dunlap 
Hollis Hobson Gainey 
William Francis Greve. Jr. 
Charles Herman Hayman 
William Lynn Hinkle 
Jimmy Clyde Holt 
Joe C. Irvin 
Walter Hedrick McNew 



Having a habit of bringing back to the Forty Acres a SWC title trophy the 
Longhorns did not let Texas down in 1958. The season was a busy one for the 
Steers, running in ten meets in the regular season, and taking first team honors in 
eight of them. Again the usual records were smashed with outstanding individual 
performance laurels going to Olympic Veteran Eddie Southern, and relayman 
Hollis Gainey. In Dallas the Horns piled up 91 points to its nearest rival SMU's 
total of 47, placing in all but one of the sixteen events. 

During the season the fans saw a new national 440 time go into the record books, 
placed there by Southern when he became the fastest collegiate quartermiler with 
a time of 46.1 in a meet with Rice and A&M. Toppling meet records where ever 
the Orange and White appeared they also added to the national 440 mark a 3:09.1 
in the mile relay to rewrite the nation's record book in that event. Bruce Parker 
tossed the javelin to a new national record in the field events, helping to round out 
one of the University's most successful seasons on the cinders. 



Alexander Palmros, II 
Robert Bruce Parker, Jr. 
Brooks Trezevant Patrick 
Dan Keith Pitner 
Gordon John RatclifT 
Peter Lindscy Reynolds 
Paul A. Schumann 
Silas Edward Southern, Jr. 
Joe Ernest Villarreal 
Johnny Richard Warren 
Wallace G. Wilson 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 
Humberto Adame 
Charles Herbert Bankhead 
Andre Bouchard 
John Warner Duckett 
James Ray Gayle, III 
Ralph Rosenberg 
Kenneth Hastings Savage, II 
Douglas Barry Stone 
Marshall Wayland Thompson 
Ronald Barry White 



SENIOR 

MANAGERIAL AWARD 
John David Baird 

JUNIOR 

MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Ray Collins 

SOPHOMORE 
MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Derald Turner 



NCAA MEET 

Saturday June 14, 1958, saw the SWC track prestige take a slump in its past rising glory. The NCAA meet 
surprise was Glenn Davis' new world's record in the 440-yard dash with a 45.7, beating Texas' Eddie Southern in 
the process. Other Texas representatives seemed to find fourth place a jinx spot as they achieved no better. Bruce 
Parker took fourth in the javelin with his qualifying distance of 231-5/2, Joe Villarreal failed to place in the two- 
mile run while other Steers were eliminated in the qualifying rounds. Texas' 12 point team total tied for tenth place 
with four other schools as Southern California captured the team title with 48% points. 




Front /?<>: Frank Mrrlina. Trainer, Joe C. Irvin, John Warner Duckett, Ralph Rosenberg. Marshall Wayland Thompson, Walter Hedrick McNew, Captain, Dan Keith Pilner 

Clyde Holt, Ronald Barry White. William Francis Greve, Jr., Paul A. Schumann. Patrick Daniel George, Assistant Trainer. 
Second Row: Clyde I.itllelieltl. Coarh, Robert Bruce Parker. Jr.. Alexander Palmros, II, Gordon John Ratcliff. Kenneth Hastings Savage. II, Andre Bouchard, Humberto 

Brooks Trezevant Patrick, Silas Edward Southern, Jr., Hollis Hobson Gainey, Don Eldon Casselberry, Joe Ernest Villarreal, T. J. Lovvorn, Assistant Coach. 
Back Kou': John D. Baird. Student Manager. James Rav Gayle. III. Peter Lindsey Reynolds, Charles Herman Hayman, Douglas Barry Stone, Drew Woollord Dunlap. Charlel 

Herbert Bankhead. Donald Wyatt Beard. Wallace G. Wilson. Johnny Richard Warren, William Lynn Hinkle. 



Jimmy 

\il.iine. 



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I 



BORDER OLYMPICS 

The powerful Longhorn cindermen returned to Austin from Laredo with the team trophy, 
amassing 90/2 points. Second was Southern Methodist with 51J/>; Houston with 42; and 
Texas Tech fourth with 22. Abilene Christian College, competing without the services of 
Bobby Morrow, came in seventh with 12 points. North Texas State ended in fifth with 21 
and Texas A&M placed sixth with 14/2. The individual high-point honors were taken by 
Hollis Gainey, Joe Villarreal and Eddie Southern in that order. The Texas squad took nine 
first places including meet records by Southern who recorded a 46.8 clocking in the 440-yard 
dash to shatter ACC's James Secrest mark of 47.8 set last year. Villarreal knocked three 
seconds off the mile run by doing 4: 13.7 around the eight turns. Another great runner was Hollis 
Gainey who tied Charlie Parker's century mark of 9.4 in the preliminaries. Not to be outdone 
in the weight events Texas finished one-two in the shot put thanks to fine tosses of 51-1^6 
and 49-11J4 by Paul Schumann and Johnny Warren. Bruce Parker took first in the javelin 
with a toss of 212-9/4. 



SOUTHWESTERN RECREATION MEET 

In the thirty-fifth annual Southwestern Recreation Track and Field Meet at the Southwest 
Exposition in Fort Worth it was the same old story as Eddie Southern and his University 
teammates rolled to victory over a star-studded field of collegians, with a total of 49 points. 
Southern was the "top-athlete-of-the-day" trophy winner. Texas captured five first places in 
the meet highlighted by Southern who was unofficially clocked at 45.8 seconds for his 
440-yards, equalling the world record for that event but his mark will not go down in the 
record books as it was run in a relay event. The Texas mile relay team, after falling behind 15 
yards on the opening day, finished in 3:13.5, 3.6 seconds under the old meet standard set 
by SMU in 1955. Alex Palmros, Paul Schumann and Johnny Warren teamed to give the 
Steers 16 points in the shot put and discus. Palmros won the discus, Schuman won the shot. 




WALTER HEDRICK McNEW, Captain 



WEST TEXAS RELAYS 

Texas, East Texas State and Abilene won the championships 
as nine records were established in Odessa in the rain-harried 
West Texas Relays and Texas swept up the University division 
with 81 points. Joe Villarreal of Texas set a new mile record 
of 4:18.0. Jack Smyth of Houston broad jumped 24 feet 4/i 
inches for another record. The Texas mile medley relay team 
of Jimmy Holt, Eddie Southern, Wally Wilson, and Drew 
Dunlap bettered the record of 4.1 seconds with a 3:23.0. Again 
Morrow took the 100-yard dash by coming from behind in the 
final 15 yards, overtaking Bill Woodhouse, also of A.C.C., with 
a time of 9.6. Joe Irvin of Texas won the discus throw with 
161 feet, 2 inches and Bruce Parker of Texas took the javelin 
throw with 210 feet, 7 inches. 



ABC RELAYS 

Big Spring was the site of the ABC Relays and the weather 
was hot and windy as it kicked sand off of the wide open 
Texas spaces. But the wind and the weather did not dampen 
the spirits of the fans who had traveled from far and near to 
see Bobby Morrow duel Dave Sime in what was billed as the 
"dash of the century." As strong and powerful as a Kentucky 
Derby favorite, Sime got an almost perfect start, dueled with 
A.C.C.'s Woodhouse and Bobby Morrow for 70 yards, then 
pulled away to win by nearly a yard over Woodhouse and 
Morrow, who finished in a near-dead heat for second place. 
The time was 9.6 which was not bad for that wind swept strip 
of cinders. Texas won the university team title easily, scoring 
72/2 points to 38 for runner-up Abilene Christian, followed by 
Southern Methodist, 29/2 ; Houston, 28; North Texas, 16/2 ; 
Baylor, 12/a; Texas Tech 11; and Duke 7. Due to the extreme 
weather conditions the times in all events were rather slow. 




BROOKS TREZEVANT PATRICK 



SILAS EDWARD SOUTHERN, JR. 
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JOE ERNEST VILLARREAL 




CHARLES HERMAN HAYMAN 



DALLAS INVITATIONAL MEET 

Eddie Southern proved that the 20.7 220-yard dash he ran two weeks ago 
wasn't a fluke, and The University of Texas nosed out Abilene Christian College 
for team honors, 58/2 to 51, to highlight action in the 1958 Dallas Invitational 
Track and Field Meet. Southern defeated Abilene Christian's famed twosome of 
Bobby Morrow and Bill Woodhouse in one of the closest 220 races ever. Bruce 
Parker set a new school and meet record in the javelin throw with a toss of 
229' l'/i". In another well-fought race Gail Hodgson pulled away from Joe 
Villarreal in the back stretch of the final mile lap and won by 35 yards to rack 
up a new record of 4: 1 1.6 in the mile run. 



KANSAS RELAYS 

Moving to Lawrence, Kansas and the Kansas Relays Texas moved into the 
select circle with Oklahoma, Howard Payne and East Texas State, as the only 
schools to win two relay titles in the two-day meet. The Longhorns won their 
baton championship in the 440-yard relay with the good time of 40.3 seconds, 
the best in the nation this season. Southern anchored the mile relay and was 
chiefly responsible for their new National Collegiate record in that event. The 
Longhorns stampeded to a time of 3 : 09. 1 three-tenths of a second under the 
University of California mark that has stood since 1941. Southern raced around 
the stadium oval in an incredible 44.6 seconds, believed to be the best relay 
carry in history. Texas figured in 1 1 of the 26 championships determined in the 
two days. 




WILLIAM LYNN HIN'KLE 



DRAKE RELAYS 

In Des Moines, Iowa, the Texas tracksters led the parade of talent to the victory stand 
three times and each time with a record breaking performance. Texas victories came in the 
distance medley relay, the javelin throw and the one-mile relay as expected. Houston's Jack 
Smyth retained the hop, step and jump title and bettered his own record with a leap of 49 
feet, 9 inches which was 15/2 inches beyond his previous mark. Parker won the javelin throw 
for Texas with the winning toss of 224 feet. With Hollis Gainey out with an injury Texas 
had to be content with a runner-up spot in the 880-yard relay and a third place finish in the 
440 contest. Perhaps the sweetest victory of the entire two day meet came to little Joe Villar- 
real and his distance medley mates who ended Oklahoma's undefeated string with a 9:57.6 
performance. The winning team of Holt, Dunlap, Pitner, and Villarreal won by a decisive 
margin. 



COLISEUM RELAYS 

The big thrills in the Coliseum Meet in Los Angeles was provided not by Texas but by a 
long-striding Herb Elliott of Australia who delighted the 36,646 fans with a magnificant 
3:57.8 clocking in the one mile run. This was the second fastest ever run but will not count 
as a record because pacer Drew Dunlap withdrew from the race after two laps. California's 
two-mile relay group winners at the Texas Relays, cut almost two full seconds off the world 
record with a brilliant 7:20.9 clocking. Texas also had a wonderful night picking up five 
first places. The University mile relay team remained undefeated as Eddie Southern anchored 
the foursome to a glittering 3:10.9 with a 46.3 clocking for his quarter. Preceding him was 
Wally Wilson, Drew Dunlap and Jimmy Holt. Bobby Morrow lost by an eye lash in the 
100-yard dash to unbeaten Ray Norton of San Jose State. The times turned in for most events 
were surprisingly good since the track was grass covered to accommodate the incoming Los 
Angeles Dodgers. 




DONALD WY.VIT HEARD 



GORDON JOHN RATCLIFF 

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DON ELDON CASSELBERRY 










ALEXANDER PALMROS, II 



ROBERT BRUCE PARKER, JR. 

TRIANGULAR MEETS 



PETER LIXDSEY REYNOLDS 



HOUSTON-TEXAS A&M 

Texas opened the '58 season in wet, chilly 43 degree weather to capture a decisive victory over Houston and Texas A&M in a tri- 
angular meet. Coach Littlefield's cindermen closed the day's work with 96 points as compared with 40 for the Cougars and 34 for A&M. 
Despite the rain, two meet records were shattered and one tied. Houston's Jerry Smartt stepped a 9:38.9 mark set in 1954. Eddie 
Southern kicked the wet cinders high as he whizzed around the oval to tie the varsity 48.4 record in the 440-yd. dash. Little Joe Vil- 
larreal, who stands a mere 5-4, ran a 4: 18.9 mile and was repeat winner with 1 :58.6 in the 880. In one of the most exciting events of 
the day, Texas edged Houston in the mile relay with a winning time of 3:24. 

BAYLOR-SMU 

Texas captured eight first places to Southern Methodists' seven, but better depth in placing in events gave the Steers a 90J/2 to 57 
point bulge over the Mustangs with Baylor barely scratching with 22 '/i. Highlight of this event during the Easter holidays was as 
usual Eddie Southern but this time in a different event. The 100-yard and 200-yard dashes gained the Steer star's attention, and 
he raced to victory with outstanding times in both. He won the century in 9.4 and the 220 in 20.7 seconds. Bruce Parker, Alex 
Palmros, Joe Villarreal and Hollis Gainey broke the tapes first or heaved their instruments farthest in their events, gave the Long- 
horns their wide margin of victory. 

A&M-RICE 

The Longhorns passed Rice and Texas A&M with the grand total of 107 '/s points. Rice was a poor second, managing only 
34 points. Mighty Eddie Southern did his best and became the nations fastest collegiate quartcr-miler in history by establishing a 
national collegiate mark of 46.1 seconds. There was very little wind at the time of the race and the mark proved to be only .3 
seconds off of the world's mark of 45.8 set by Jim Lea in 1956 around one turn. But Villarreal was not entirely eclipsed by South- 
ern's fine run as he turned a splendid 61-second last lap to win his mile speciality in 4:08 thus bettering the previous mark by one 
second. Palmros broke an 18-year-old mark in the discus throw, with a school record toss of 167 feet, 11J4 inches. 

CALIFORNIA POST SEASON MEETS 

Modesto's California Relays was the site of a near miss by Eddie Southern, as he failed to crack the world 440-yard dash mark 
by one tenth of a second. Southern anchored his Texas team to a meet record breaking mile relay time in addition to his 45.9 quarter. 
Teammates making the California trip were Jimmy Holt, Wally Wilson, and Drew Dunlap on the relay team with little Joe Villarreal 
running the mile for the Horns. The winning Steer time in the mile relay was 3:10.3. Villarreal took sixth in the mile run, and in 
the field events Bruce Parker took third in the javelin throw. 

A week later two of the world's greatest runners, Texas' Southern and Australia's Herb Elliott, had to be content with near 
misses in the 19th annual Compton Invitation Track and Field Meet. Again the Longhorn great clocked a 45.9 in the quarter and 
Joe Villarreal took the first slot in the two mile run. The Orange and white relay team of Holt, Southern, Dunlap, and Wilson again 
repeated themselves in a record breaking mile in 3: 10. 1. 

Not content the cindermen took to the track at Sanger the following night where the Longhorns took three firsts and placed 
Alex Palmros in the shot put. Palmros who had trouble in the earlier meets finding his mark hurled the weight to the fourth place 
spot. Southern, hampered by cold winds won the 440-yard dash in 46.1, Villarreal broke the tape first in the mile in a field of 
star-studded distance men. Growing stronger each meet Parker tossed the javelin to a first place victory for a new meet, stadium, 
and school record with a throw of 240^4 feet. 




HOLLIS HOBSON GAINEY 



WALLACE G. WILSON 



JOE C. IRVIN 




TEXAS 
RELAYS 



I 



Franklin Lanier Cox crowns Sharon Henson as the 1958 Texas Relay Queen. 



The colorful Texas Relays saw many old records 
fall before the star-studded array of collegiate track 
and field talent headed by such Olympic stalwarts 
as Eddie Southern, Bobby Morrow, and Glenn 
Davis. In the two-mile run Maury Graves of Stan- 
ford, outlegged Jerry Smartt of Houston to set a 
new record of 9:29.9. The old record was set by 
Bruce Brown of SMU. Ernie Shelby of Kansas 
broad jumped 26-3 J/i to set a new relays record. 
On the previous jump, Shelby had shattered the 
world record but scratched and so had to settle 
for his 26-3 J/2. Again in the javelin throw, Bruce 
Parker threw the spar 222-6J4 for a new school 
record but John Fromm, Pacific Lutheran, flipped 
it for 250-10J4 and a new national collegiate 
record. 



Event 

*Two-Mile Run 

*Sprint Medley Relay. 

Shot Put 

*Broad Jump 



STATISTICS 

Winner Time 

Stanford 9:04.9 

California 3:19.8 

Kansas 56- 1 

Kansas 26-3/j 



*Javelin Throw Pacific Lutheran 252-10J4 



*Distance Medley Relay. . 

880- Yard Relay 

Four-Mile Relay 

120-Yard High Hurdles. 
100-Yard Dash . 



. Oklahoma 9:54.4 

. Oklahoma State 1 : 22.9 

.Kansas 17:12 

. Ohio State 14.5 

. Abilene Christian 9.7 

*Discus Throw Kansas 188-2 

Jerry Thompson Mile Lamar Tech 4: ll.i 

440- Yard Relay Nebraska 41.4 

*Two-Mile Relay California 7:30.8 

*One-Mile Relay TEXAS 3: 10.4 

High Jump Texas Tech 6-8^4 







JOHNNY RICHARD WARREN 



WILLIAM FRANCIS GREVE, JR. 

P*oiS32 



PAUL A. SCHUMANN 



SOUTHWEST 
CONFERENCE 
MEET 




Relay Queen Sharon Henson stands ready to present the trophies to the outstanding performers of each 
event. 



Event 
120-High Hurdles 

Javelin 

880-Yard Dash . . 

Discus 

High Jump 

220- Yard Dash . . 
440- Yard Dash . . 
440- Yard Relay . 



Broad Jump 

One-Mile Run 

Shot Put 

100- Yard Dash 

Pole Vault 

Two-Mile Run 

220- Yard Low Hurdles. 
*One-Mile Relay 



* Record 



STATISTICS 

Winner Time 

.Gene Ellis, SMU 14.6 

.Bruce Parker, TEXAS 219'4/a" 

. Joe Villarreal, TEXAS 1 : 51.6 

. Robert Mears, Arkansas 163'1/a" 

. Bertil Holmgren, SMU 6'2/a'' 

. Eddie Southern, TEXAS 20.5 

John Emmett, SMU 47.9 

. TEXAS (Reynolds, Hayman, 

Wilson, Southern) 41.2 

. Dale Moseley, Rice 24'1 //' 

. Joe Villarreal, TEXAS 4: 18.9 

. Larry Cowart, Baylor 51'7/a" 

. Eddie Southern, TEXAS 9.5 

. Gerry Peters, SMU 12'6" 

. Tommy Oakley, Arkansas 9:31 

.Emmett Smallwood, Texas A&M. .23.0 
.TEXAS (Wilson, Dunlap, 

Holt, Southern) 3:11.6 



In Dallas Eddie Southern and Joe Villar- 
real led Texas to a fifth straight SWC track 
and field championship in ideal weather con- 
ditions. Texas placed in all but one of the 
sixteen events and nearly doubled its nearest 
rival, SMU, by counting 91 points to 47 for 
the Mustangs. Baylor edged Rice 31/ 2 to 31, 
for the third place honors, followed by Ar- 
kansas 24/ 2 , TCU 15/2, Texas A&M 15, 
and Texas Tech 11J/2. 




DREW WOOLFORD DUNLAP 



JIMMY CLYDE HOLT 
PAGE 333 



DAN KEITH PITNER 



1958 BASEBALL 



BIBB A. FALK 

Coach 



Combining excellent pitching with air splitting batting power the Texas Longhorns won 
their one thousandth game and went on to take their 32nd SWC Championship in 1958. Be- 
hind the pitching prowess of George Myers and Bob Sudderth and the stick skill of Max Alvis, 
Jerry Good, and Wayne McDonald, it was Texas all the way in repeating the 1957 performance 
of SWC victory. Losing only one SWC game to the score of 8-1 to SMU, the Steers' consistent 
championship playing put four on the District 6 all-Star team. In batting department Alvis 
led the SWC in hitting with a record of .403. Woody Woodman the Orange and White second 
baseman was close behind Alvis with a fourth place rank in the Conference of .377 per game. 
The season record of sixteen wins against only four losses enabled the Horns to gain a berth 
in the NCAA District 6 playoffs when they downed the University of Houston 3-2 in a ten 
inning contest. 

DISTRICT SIX PLAY-OFF 

Arziona's Wildcats defeated the Texas Longhorns two games to one in Tucson in the 
NCAA District Six baseball title to win a trip to Omaha for the National NCAA play-offs. Open- 
ing the series the Longhorns resoundingly thumped the Wildcats by a 14-3 score and it looked 
as if Texas would take its fifth straight play-off set from Arizona. Previous wins came in 1950, 
1952, 1953 and 1957. Arizona, forced to win or else let Texas make the Omaha venture, came 
back to clout three Longhorn pitchers for thirteen hits and a 16-4 victory in the second game. 
Profiting on three runs in the first inning of the third and final game the Wildcats kept up 
their annoying habits at the plate and went on to take the contest by a 5-2 margin. The loss 
gave the Steers a total season record of 18-6. 



SIXTH DISTRICT ALL STAR LONGHORNS 



Roy Maxwell Alvis, Third Base 
Roy Arthur Menge, Center Field 



John Alan Woodman, Second Base 
George Ernest Myers, Pitcher 



LETTERMEN 

Roy Maxwell Alvis 
Jay Hoyland Arnette 
Johnny Edward Elam 
Ernest Alexander Embry 
Gerald Lewis Good 
Waymon Wayne McDonald 
Roy Arthur Menge 
George Ernest Myers 
Robert B. Sudderth 
Glenn Arthur Von Rosenberg 
John Alan Woodman 
Paul Anthony Zavorskas 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 
Robert Mitchell Baxter, Jr. 
Gordon L. Ginn 
Garye Lynn LaFevers 
Greg Newton Martin 
John Ernst Mayer 
Charles Alfred Taylor 

SENIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Bill Lamond Turner 

SOPHOMORE MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Vernon Lee Shelton 







Front Row: Roy Maxwell Alvis, Johnny Edward Elam, Glenn Arthur Von Rosenberg, John Alan Woodman, Roy Arthur Menge, Gerald Lewis Good. 

Back Bmi : Vernon Lee Shelton. Assistant Manager. Bill Lamond Turner. Manager and Tniner, Roliert B. Sudderth, Ernest Alexander Pete Embry, George Ernest Myers, Jay 
Hoyland Arnette, Waymon Wayne McDonald, Paul Anthony Zavonkas, Coach Bibb Falk. 



PAGE 334 




Hard hitting Max Alvis, gets set to swing at a pitched ball as Oklahoma catcher, 
Donn Nipp anticipates a clean swing. 



TEXAS 6 BAYLOR 2 

Bob Sudderth overcame first inning jitters to pitch the Texas Longhorns to a 6-2 non-conference victory over the Baylor Bears. 
The Longhorns broke up a 2-2 tie in the eighth inning to push over four runs for the win. Greg Martin came to pitch for Texas in 
the last two innings. In Texas' big eighth inning Glenn Von Rosenberg and Pete Embry started things by grabbing walks from the 
erratic Bruin hurler. Both men were able to advance on Good's sacrifice bunt which was played late at third. With bases loaded 
Baylor reliefer Gerald Johnson hit Wayne McDonald forcing over the tie breaking run. 



TEXAS 9 



BROOKS ARMY MEDICS 7 



Texas showed their offensive power in this game, ably displaying their wares by blasting out 13 hits including two home runs 
and three doubles. Jerry Good had a solo roundtripper and Pete Embry blasted a three-run homer. George Myers started on the 
mound for Texas followed by Bob Sudderth in the third inning and finally Sudderth was relieved by Greg Martin in the eighth. 
Martin took over when the situation stood at three men on and no outs but Martin proved to be a real fireman and preserved the 
Longhorn lead. Texas started scoring early by picking up two runs in the bottom of the first from Medic hurler Bob McDaniel, 
former TCU star. Woody Woodman and Glenn Von Rosenberg showed the way with their big bats and Texas never let up. 

TEXAS 13 OKLAHOMA 2 

In the first of the two game series with the Oklahoma Sooners, Texas collected thirteen hits, three doubles and a triple as they 
conquered the Sooners, 13-2, for their third straight win of the 1958 campaign. 

TEXAS 3 OKLAHOMA 5 

The second of the two game series found the Steers held in check for six full innings without a hit then suddenly they found 
the range and blasted Sooner reliefer Ron Plath for three hits in the top of the seventh before bowing to the surprising Sooners. 
Oklahoma struck early and hard accounting for two runs in the second frame. Steer bats remained silent for five straight innings and 
while they remained as cold as absolute zero, the men from Oklahoma jumped on Bob Sudderth for four more hits and three runs in 
the sixth inning. The Steers finally got a rally started in the seventh but the effort proved too little, too late. 




GERALD LEWIS GOOD 



GEORGE ERNEST MYERS 



JOHNNY EDWARD ELAM 



PAGE 335 



TEXAS 4 SAM HOUSTON 11 

Still smarting from their previous defeat Texas found the Sam Houston Bearkats too much to handle as they 
were handed their second straight defeat, 11-4, this time by the Kats. Sam Houston rapped out twelve hits and their 
fielding was flawless whereas five defensive miscues by the Steers added to the Bearkats cause. Texas was forced to 
use three pitchers. George Myers opened the game but allowed six runs on four hits and in the fourth, Paul Zavor- 
skas took over on the Texas mound and limited the Kats to only three runs. Greg Martin then worked the ninth 
allowing four tallies. Leading hitters of the day for the Steers were, Pete Embry and catcher, Johnny Elam, each con- 
tributing two safeties in four trips to the plate. 



TEXAS 11 RICE 

In the Friday opener it was a three hit, twelve strike-out effort by Bob Sudderth which did the trick. He was 
backed by a thirteen hit barrage featuring a home run by Wayne McDonald and Roy Menge rapped out three hits, 
Pete Embry chipped in two safeties which were good for four runs batted in. The frustrated Owls could never get 
started and they played lackadaisical ball all afternoon. 



TEXAS 14 RICE 1 

In the second game of the series Texas wasted no time in jumping into the lead in the second inning and winning 
the contest from the Owls, 14-1. Texas scored two runs in the second frame, one in the fifth, added five runs in 
the sixth and scored an additional six runs in the eighth inning. Steer pitcher, George Myers limited the Owls to 
five hits and one unearned run as he pitched the Steers to their second conference win of the early season. 



TEXAS 16 MINNESOTA 13 

The Golden Gophers from Minnesota rolled into Clark Field for a two game stand with the Longhorns only to 
lose the opener 16-13 to Texas. It was an offensive struggle all the way which kept the outfield hustling. A touch 
and go ball game from the start the Steers finally broke through in the sixth inning and were never caught again. 
Then the fickle Texas weather rained out the second game. 




WAYMON WAYNE McDONALD 



JAY HOYLAND ARNETTE 
PACE 336 



ROY MAXWELL ALVIS 



TEXAS 8 TCU 4 

Tied for first place with Texas A&M and SMU going 
into this game, the slugging Steers gained undisputed pos- 
session of first place as they downed TCU 8-4 at Clark 
Field. Steer pitcher George Myers limited the Frogs to eight 
hits as he pitched and won his third game of the season. 
Leading Texas' 13 hit attack against the Frogs was third 
baseman Max Alvis with three hits in three trips to bat. 
With this victory the Longhorns hold a season record of 
seven wins against two losses. 

TEXAS 4 TCU 3 

Max Alvis singled and scored in the eleventh inning of the 
second game to give the Texas diamond men their fourth 
straight SWC victory, this time by a 4-3 margin, over Texas 
Christian at Clark Field. Until Alvis' tally Texas had not 
held the lead all afternoon. TCU grabbed a 2-0 lead in 
the second stanza; Texas got one in the fifth only to see 
the Frogs come back with a single marker in the seventh 
and Texas finally tied it up with a pair in the bottom half 
of that inning. From that time until the eleventh the two 
teams battled scorelessly with Darrell Read hurling fine ball 
for TCU and Bob Sudderth and Greg Martin doing yoe- 
man service for the home team. Alvis singled in the eleventh 
and came home when the Froggie second baseman threw 
wildly on Jay Arnette's double play ball to give Texas the 
winning margin. 



TEXAS 4 



BAYLOR 2 



Traveling to Waco the Longhorns rode to a 4-2 victory 
and took one more step toward the much coveted SWC 
baseball championship. The win gave the Steers a 5-0 
record in conference play, while it was Baylor's fourth loss 
in five starts. The Bruins capitalized on a Longhorn error 
to make it 1-0 in the bottom of the first inning. Until the 
fifth inning the game settled down into a pitchers duel be- 
tween Texas' George Myers and Raughton but finally the 
'Horns came to life in the fifth to take the lead for the 
first time that day thanks to a bases loaded single by Jay 
Arnette which drove in two runs for the Steers. The game 
was a pitchers duel most of the way, seldom ever getting 
out of hand. 

TEXAS 12 




An Aggie batter safe on a bad throw to first. 



RICE 6 



Riding on the bats of Jerry Good and Roy Menge the Longhorns easily overwhelmed the Rice Owls 12-6. Menge slammed 
four hits, including a home run and a triple, and batted in six runs, and Good collected two hits in three times at bat, including 
a three run double in the second. Texas scored once in the first inning and continued their run craze in the second when Aber- 
nathy clobbered a triple against the base of the cliff in Clark Field. Texas never gave the lead away during the afternoon. 




GLENN ARTHUR VON ROSENBERG 



JOHN ALAN WOODMAN 
PAGE 337 



ROBERT B. SUDDERTH 




ERNEST ALEXANDER (PETE) EMBRY 



TEXAS 8 TCU 3 

Using a combination of eight hits, ten bases on balls, and six TCU errors, 
Texas Longhorns scored an 8-3 victory over the Horned Frogs in a SWC game, 
biggest blow of the day came in the Texas half of the fifth inning when Way 
McDonald blasted a ball over the left field wall which scored pitcher George My 
and the third baseman Max Alvis to increase the Steer lead to 7-1. Myers went 
the way for the Steers, fanning ten men while walking six. 



TEXAS 3 SAM HOUSTON 7 

The Sam Houston Bearkats used Louis Pryor's two-run homers in the first ar 
sixth innings to provide the winning margin of 7-3 over the Longhorns. Coach Fall 
started six sophomores to give some of his regulars a rest. The Longhorns scored the 
only runs in the third inning. Johnny Mayer cracked a double to left and Paul 
vorskas then smashed a hard single off Ronnie Choate's knee at third and bot 
runners scored and Woody Woodman advanced to second base from which point 
scored on a single. Meanwhile the story of the game rested with Pat Centilli of 
'Kats who allowed only five hits, all singles, and no runs from the fourth throug 
the ninth inning. The Longhorn's sole consolation in the loss seemed to be in 
good play of some of the sophomores especially in the fielding of Jarye LaFevers 
Jay Arnette's hitting. 



TEXAS 11 



BAYLOR 2 



The high-riding Texas Longhorns combined George Myers ten strike-out 
seven-hit pitching, and fourteen big Longhom hits to crush Baylor 11-2 at Cla 
Field. The 'Horns led by Woody Woodman's four hits, made a race track out of 
base paths to maintain their tight grip on the first place in the SWC baseball cha 
George Myers allowed only one hit during the last four innings and all the Long 
horn regulars got at least one run batted in with the exception of Max Alvis ar 
he scored twice and swatted a double. 




TEXAS 4 BAYLOR 

Rain helped Bob Sudderth and the Longhorns to a 4-0 five inning victory ov 
the Baylor Bears at Clark Field. Umpire Dusty Lyons called time after Texas 
batted in the bottom half of the fifth inning and after a fifteen-minute wait, Ly 
officially called the game giving the 'Horns their ninth SWC victory of the sea 
Actually Baylor was lucky to get off so easy. After five innings of play Sudderth 
struck out eight Bruin batsmen while limiting them to only two singles. Bayli 
hurlcr Bob Cullison had allowed five hits, including three doubles and he had str 
out no one. 



ROY ARTHUR MENdE 



I'AOF. 338 



TEXAS 15 SMU 8 

No victory ever came sweeter to any team as Texas claimed their thirty-second 
SWC Championship in 43 years by downing the Ponies 15-8. The hit-happy Long- 
horns exacted sweet revenge from the Southern Methodist Mustangs who had de- 
feated them earlier in the season. Texas still had three games to play but no chal- 
lenger could catch them now. Jerry Good smashed four singles to pace the barrage 
against Marwin King, George Moore and Bob Burgess, while Roy Menge, Max 
Alvis and Jay Arnette each had three safeties. 



TEXAS 1 SMU 8 

But the Ponies managed to take some of the sting out of their historic loss by 
defeating the Orange and White diamond men in Dallas thus making the Long- 
horns taste defeat on the road for the first time this season. Longhorn errors were 
numerous, the most costly of which was made by Good who let a bases-loaded 
double play ball skid through his legs to permit two men to score for the Mustangs. 
Texas picked up its run in the top half of the inning on singles by Max Alvis and 
Pete Embry, a walk and Johnny Mayer's ground out. 




PAUL ANTHONY ZAVORSKAS 



TEXAS 11 TEXAS A&M 2 

Now undisputed champions of the Southwest Conference race, the Texas Longhorns once again rode the strong 
right arm of George Myers to an 11-2 victory over A&M at Clark Field. The win was another milestone in Texas' 
athletic history, as it marked their one thousandth victory in sixty-two campaigns. Those wins include exhibition vic- 
tories over Texas League opposition as well as the regular intercollegiate schedule played by 'Horns down through 
the years. Myers, thanks to this victory, became the first Longhorn pitcher since the Bobby Layne era of 1946-47 to 
win eight straight games. 



TEXAS 4 TEXAS A&M 

Texas ended the SWC season on a good note by downing the Aggies once again 4-0. The winning pitcher 
was Paul Zavorskas who toiled on the mound for four of the six innings. Bob Sudderth pitched the last three frames 
and the combined performance of Zavorskas and Sudderth gave Texas the only shutout administered by the pitching 
staff during the course of the 1958 campaign. Although Texas could collect only five hits, their defensive play was 
good. 




"r~-_. 



Longhorn first baseman Jerry Good applies the tag out on Rice's Claude White in the first inning of Texas 
11-0 Southwest Conference baseball opener at Houston. White was picked off first base by Bob Sudderth, 

who blanked the Owls on three hits. 



PACE 339 




1958 TENNIS 



WILMER LAWSON ALLISON 
Coach 



Finishing third in the Southwest Conference tennis play, the slowly starting Uni- 
versity varsity was surprised by Trinity University Tennis team who fashioned a 
rare triumph by administering a 6-0 setback to the Horns. Shortly afterwards the 
highly favored University of Houston racquet men downed Texas 4-3 but not before 
almost being upset by a fired up Texas team. The Longhorns took revenge against 
Trinity by meeting and defeating them 3-2 in a series of matches that lasted more 
than four hours. 

Warming up at last the Texas tennis team handed Baylor its second straight de- 
feat in SWC play for the season. Laurence Becker and Terry Todd put the squeeze 
on Tulane's highly touted tennis team giving the Steers a 4-2 victory. Next in rain 
swept Lubbock, Richard Keeton and Laurence Becker, Texas' number one and 
number two singles players won their individual matches but lost in the doubles to 
end in a 3-3 tie with the Red Raiders. The Mustangs of Southern Methodist in- 
vaded Penick Courts and were beaten 5-1 thus giving the Longhoms a slim chance 
at holding their SWC tennis title. In a fierce battle Ronnie Fisher of Rice defeated 
Richard Keeton in the feature singles match, virtually breaking Texas' one hundred 
percent domination of the SWC tennis crown. Wilmer Allison's boys ended the tennis 
season in good fashion by taking Texas A&M 5-1 on a very rainy day. The post- 
season SWC tourney saw Rice's Ronnie Fisher and Art Faust taking all the honors 
in sight. Thus once again this season the sports books must be rewritten as the Rice 
Owls finally managed to break Texas' domination of the SWC tennis crown. 



LETTERMEN 

Laurence Albert Becker 
William Holland Hinkle 
Richard Page Keeton 
Eddie Joe Strayhorn 
Terence Colquitt Todd 



RESERVE LETTERMEN 
David William Alger 
Guy Grain Fambrough 
Stuart Neal Pullen 
Charles Edward White 



SENIOR MANAGERIAL 
AWARD 

Jessie Lewis Raper 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 
Robert Stanley Ament 
James Dennard Baker 
John Chester Blasingame 
Thomas Barnhill Carter 
Humberto Garcia 




Left to Right: Wilmer Allison, Jessie Lewis Raper, Eddie Joe Strayhorn, William Holland Hinkle, Laurence Albert Becker, Richard Page Keeton. Daniel A. Penick. 
Not Pictured, Terence Colquitt Todd. 



PAOE 




LAURENCE ALBERT BECKER 



TEXAS 6 TCU 

Practically eliminated from Southwest Conference contention, a fired up Longhorn net 
crew took the TCU Horned Frogs to the cleaners in a Fort Worth match by the score of 6-0. 

Number one man Richard Keeton breezed by his opponent 6-0, 6-1, followed by similar 
performances by Terry Todd, Bill Hinkle, and Eddie Strayhorn. Next Keeton and Strayhorn 
teamed to topple the Froggies top doubles duo 6-0. 6-1. Hinkle and Todd did likewise posting 
a victory score of 6-0, 6-4. 



TEXAS 4 BAYLOR 2 

For the second time in the 1958 campaign Baylor 
fell, this time to a smooth working Longhorn squad of 
racketmen by the score of 4-2. Laurence Becker of Texas 
beat Tommy Goforth 9-7, 6-2 but John Skogstad man- 
aged to upset Texas' ace Richard Keeton 6-1, 8-6, in 
the feature match. Keeton came back strong as he and 
Becker defeated John Skogstad and Tommy Goforth, 
6-1, 8-6, to take the features double match. Terry Todd 
and Bill Hinkle teamed to down the Bruin's Buddy 
Walker and Don Gill 6-3, 6-1. 



TEXAS 3 TEXAS TECH 3 

Miserable weather in Lubbock drove several contests indoors before the two Southwest 
Conference teams completed their match just like they started it, all square at 3-3. Richard 
Keeton and Laurence Becker Texas' number two singles players won their individual matches, 
but lost in doubles to Bob Masey and Bill Gowan 6-1, 6-2. This marked the first doubles de- 
feat Texas has suffered since 1951, the winning streak had reached to 66 matches last week 
when Baylor's two doubles tandem fell. Terry Todd and Bill Hinkle picked up the other UT 
points by beating David Kent and Dick Spiers, 6-4, 13-11. 

TEXAS 5 SMU 1 

Texas racket squad downed a very good Pony team by the deceptive score of 5-1. Texas 
lost only one singles even though dependable Laurence Becker was seriously hobbled by a 
pulled muscle. Becker managed to win his match 7-5, 6-4 over SMU's Bill Wright. Teammate 
Richard Keeton, playing number one again, was the UT standout, winning his singles duel 
with Bill Dixon 6-2, 6-2 and teaming with Becker to score a 6-3, 8-6, doubles victory over 
Rudy Benavides and Hayden Schilling. Terry Todd played number two singles to defeat his 
man 6-2, 7-5, and he and Bill Hinkle teamed to beat Dixon and Wright in doubles 6-3, 5-7, 
and 6-4. The Longhorns stood at 12-6 in Conference play as a result of their fine play against 
the Ponies and still had a slight chance of beating Rice for the SWC Championship. 

TEXAS RICE 4 

Steamed up Ronnie Fisher overcame his emotions to barely stave off Texas' Richard 
Keeton in the feature singles match as Rice swept four from the Steers, virtually breaking 
Texas' one hundred percent domination of the SWC tennis crown. Next Rice's number two 
player Art Foust rallied after a first set loss to nudge Terry Todd, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4. Texas also 
failed to win any of the other sets in their number three and four slots and Laurence Becker 
was handicapped by an injury but still played a very fine game. At the end of the day Rice 
stood at 18-4 and Texas 12-10. 



TEXAS 5 TEXAS A&M 1 

The Longhorn netters ended their 1958 season with a 
5-1 rainy day victory over Texas A&M. Only number one 
singles player Richard Keeton lost as he clashed with 
Rex Reed who had perhaps the best day of his career 
resulting in the 6-3, 6-4 decision. In other matches Terry 
Todd defeated John Medlin after three very hard sets 
and Eddie Strayhorn of Texas outlasted Joe Simmons, 
6-3, 4-6, 7-5. Rain forced the doubles matches indoors 
but the shift in playing site didn't bother the UT team 
as Bill Hinkle and Terry Todd beat Rex Reed and 
Robert Jones, 7-5, 6-4 and Keeton and Strayhorn beat 
John Medlin and Joe Simmons, 8-6, 7-5. 





WILLIAM HOLLAND HINKLE 



RICHARD PAGE KEETON 

EDDIE JOE STRAYHORN 

TERRY C. TODD 



PAOI 341 




HARVEY PENICK 

Coach 



LETTERMEN 

Donald Richard Pohl 
Arthur Edgerton Rhodes, Jr. 
Thomas Edward Seekatz 
John Frederic Trimble 
James Jefferson White, III 

FRESHMAN AWARDS 
Harry Vaughn Bonds 
Robert Harrell Hankins 
Carlisle Maxwell, Jr. 
Arch Elton Pardue. Jr. 
Louis Esserman Ringold 



GOLF 

Texas University's golf team began 
pre-conference play sloshing out a wet 
win over Baylor University 4J/2 to l l /2. 
Nevertheless, in dryer weather at the 
Border Olympics in Laredo and at the 
Southwestern Intercollegiate Golf Tour- 
nament in Houston, the Longhorns fell 
behind, placing ninth and twelfth re- 
spectively. 

In conference play, the golfer's mark 
was 23/2 won and 18 /a lost. In win- 
ning, the Steer players took the part of 
spoilers, upsetting pre- season favorite 
Texas Tech and jolting A&M from a 
chance at the SWC title. In the last 
game with Rice, John Trimble led the 
victory with a three-under-par 68. Play- 
ing again in wet weather, Longhorn 
linksmen Seekatz, White, and Rhodes 
all won to wallop Rice 6-0. 

Despite the return of many of the 
golfers, Texas placed fifth in SWC play. 




JOHN FREDERIC TRIMBLE 




JAMES JEFFERSON WHITE, III 




IMJXAI.D RICHARD I'OHl. 



ARTHl'K EDCERTON RHODES, JR. 
PAGE 342 



THOMAS EDWARD SEEKATZ 



1957 SHORTHORN FOOTBALL 

The Freshmen opened up their 1957 campaign in fine fashion by downing the Baylor Cubs 
13-6. With one second left on the clock quarterback Tommy Newman faded back and fired a 
quick pass to Bobby Goodwin for the winning touchdown. Near the end of the second period 
the Shorthorns held the Cubs on the orange and white one yard line until the end of the half. 
Jerry Hollon of Texas was the leading rusher for the night with 67 yards gained on the ground 
in sixteen carries. 

In their second contest of the season the Yearlings clashed with and tied the Rice Owlets in 
Memorial Stadium after a hard fought game, 13-13. The Shorthorns mustered over a last min- 
ute touchdown, had their extra point attempt blocked, and reluctantly accepted the tie. Again 
the score came in the closing minutes of the contest as Tommy Newman handed the ball to 
Frank Neffendorf who went over from the one yard line. Texas played hard defensive ball 
causing Rice to fumble five times during the afternoon. 

Travelling next to Dallas on a wet, sloppy Friday afternoon, the Shorthorns managed a 9-0 
victory over the SMU Colts. The victory was wrapped up in the first quarter when Ray Bar- 
ton, 180-pound Yearling halfback swept end for five yards and a touchdown. In the fourth 
quarter, Barton kicked a twenty-eight yard field goal for the final score of the game. The win 
put the Shorthorns in a commanding position to recap the freshman title which they shared 
last year. 

Migrating to Fort Worth for the week-end the Yearlings were roughly received by the TCU 
Wogs and were handed the first and final defeat of the season, 28-13. The first half was a nip 
and tuck affair with neither ball club being able to gain any advantage until Texas finally 
mustered six points only to see its opponents come back and grab the lead, 7-6. Before the 
half had ended the Shorthorns led once again 13-7 and held the lead until the third period. 
The second half belonged entirely to the heavier Froggies who finally managed to wear the 
Steerlets down and pick up three touchdowns before the final whistle sounded. This game 
dropped Texas into second in the unofficial SWC freshman race, just behind the game pacing 
TCU Wogs. 

Playing their last game of the season the Shorthorns outclassed Texas A&M, 19-13. The 
game was a slippery affair during the first half and neither team could gain the advantage. 
Watching the play in 42 degree weather lashed by rain, the eight thousand brave fans saw the 
stalemate explode in the last seven minutes of the third quarter and resulted in five touch- 
downs before the afternoon was complete. Texas played heads up ball all afternoon and 
coupled with fine offensive showing of the second half the Yearlings previously dormant team 
ran wild. 

Statistically the Texas freshmen showed up very well except that the lads fumbled the pig- 
skin twenty-three times in five games and failed to recover eleven of these. Freshmen Ray 
Barton, Drew Morris, Tommy Newman, Roy Goodman. Armour McManus, Tillman O'Brien, 
Bill Laughlin, Bobby Goodwin and others should see plenty of action on the Varsity next fall. 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 




ROBERT CLAYBURN SCHULZE 

Freshman Football Coach 



Ray Allen Barton 
Donald Henry Blasingame 
Robert John Branson 
Jack Clarence Carter 
Larry George Cooper 
Gerald Glynn Crutsinger 
Prentice Davis 
James Roger Fielder 
John Claiborne Garner 
Roy Sims Goodman, Jr. 



Robert Marion Goodwin 
Carroll Deene Gott 
Robert Earl Gurwitz 
William Wayne Harris 
Fred Clinton Hedges 
Jerry Richard Hollon 
David Charles Kristynik 
James Monroe Kruse 
William Ross Laughlin 



George Alvin Logan 
Arthur K. McCallum 
Armour Debbs McManus 
Guy Edward Matthews 
Drewry Hampton Morris 
James Franklin Murray 
Frank Neffendorf, Jr. 
Thomas Leslie Newman 
Tillman David O'Brien, Jr. 
Henry Edward Padgett 



Herschel Stuart Peake, Jr. 
Daniel Sherman Petty 
Curtis Ray Rivers 
Max Alan Robinson 
Jimmy Ralph Rose 
Don Larry Talbert 
Wilbur Lee Urban 
Kenneth Hailey Wax 
Arved Elzo White 
Billy James Young 




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Front Row: Billy James Young, Arved Elzo White, Robert John Branson, William Ross Laughlin, Ray Allen Barton, Thomas Leslie Newman, Jerry Richard Hollon, Daniel Sher- 
man Petty, lillman David O'Brien, Jr., Adrian Lcdbctter, Roy Sims Goodman, Jr. 

Second Row: Don Larry Talbert, Donald Henry Blasingame, George Alvin Logan, Armour Dcbbs McManus, Robert Marion Goodwin, Prentice Davis, Jack Clarence Carter, 
rred Clinton Hedges, Guy Edward Matthews, Ronald Mabra, Herschel Stuart Peake, Jr., Larry George Cooper. 

Third Row: Bob Schulze, James Moulton Hawes, Charles Egan Burrell, Gerald Glynn Crutsinger, Max Alan Robinson, John Oliver Smith. William Lee Richardson. James Roger 
Fielder, Kenneth Hailey Wax, Wilbur Lee Urban, Henry Edward Padgett, James Monroe Kruse, Curtis Ray Rivers, John Claiborne Garner, Richard M. Berger, T. Jones, Allen 



Fie 

E. Ernst. 



fourth Row. William Wayne Harris. Randy Russell. David Charles Kristynik, Terry Dean DeVilbiss, Tommye Lee Palmer, Frank Neflendorf, Jr., Arthur K. McCallum, Jimmy 
Ralph Rose, Bernard Jerome Sablatura, Charles Lee Cummings, Frank Murray, Carroll Deene Gott, Drewry Hampton Morris, Charles Brock, Jack Collier. 



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SHORTHORN BASKETBALL 

Alberto Almanza and Wayne Clark led the Texas Shorthorns to a 
near perfect basketball season with only one loss to Lon Morris. 
Almanza scored 262 points for the season averaging 21 counters per 
contest. Clark was high point man in the three games that Almanza 
failed to top the roster. Coach Viramontes' charges combined deadly 
accurate shooting with strong reserve power to post an 11-1 season 
record. 



JAMES RAYMOND VIRAMONTES 
Coach 



SEASON SCORES 

TEXAS 61 WHARTON 56 

TEXAS 70 LON MORRIS 46 

TEXAS 63 TEXAS A&M 61 

TEXAS 68 BAYLOR 53 

TEXAS 63 TCU 56 

TEXAS 58 RICE 45 

TEXAS 80 VICTORIA 70 

TEXAS 64 TCU 60 

TEXAS 70 TEXAS A&M 60 

TEXAS 61 BAYLOR 58 

TEXAS 81 DEL MAR 60 

TEXAS 82.. ..RICE . . 56 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 

Alberto Almanza 
Richard Lee Beard 
Charles Audice Brewster 
Wayne Newell Clark 
James Edwin Candy 
Jerry Van Graham 
Robert Earl Gurwitz 
Charles Dale Loney 
William Reed Mimms 
Charles Wellington Pace 



George Robert Stewart 
James Warren Turner 
Herbert David Weitzman 
Arved Elso White 
Donald Ray Wilson 



FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL 
AWARD 

Ronald Eblen Malouf 




Front ttn:i : James Edwin Candy. Richard Lee Beard, Herbert David Writ/nun. George Robert Stewart, Robert Earl Gurwitz, Donald Ray Wilson. 
Second Row: James Raymond Viramontes. George Brown. Art John Farley, James Warren Turner, Charles Wellington Pace, Charles Audice Brewster, 

Charles Dale Loney, Samuel Sidney White, Ronald Eblen Malouf. 
Back Row: James Gordon Perry, Arved Elio White, William Joseph Young, Wayne Newell Clark, Alberto Almanza, William Reed Mimms. 

PAOE344 






SHORTHORN TRACK 



The SMU colts ended the Texas Shorthorns' reign in the freshman division of 
the Southwest Conference with a slight 56-53 margin, achieved because the Texas 
team failed to finish in the sprint relay that it was favored to win. The Yearling 
thinlies fouled up on their first baton exchange and dropped out after the first two 
legs. Ralph Alspaugh, who scored a double in the sprints, and Jim Allison, weight- 
man, simply did not have enough help as the Colts finished strong, winning nine 
events, to topple Texas from the three year old conference title reign. Alspaugh, 
displaying sprinting features of a gazelle won the freshman 100 in 9.7, the 220, in 
20.8, and had a 47.6 anchor carry on a mile relay team that had to settle for fourth 
place. A new SWC record was made when Allison tossed the shot 51'10". 

In other season meets, the Steer freshmen were dominant in their ability to carry 
off first place awards. In a triangular meet against Houston, and A&M the Short- 
horns piled up 69 points to Houston's 48 and A&M's 30. Ronald Ablowich, Allison, 
and Alspaugh accounted for eight of the Texas first places. 

Preceding a trip to the Mexico City Invitational Meet, where they again took top 
honors, the frosh were busy breaking records at the Texas Relays. Alspaugh cracked 
the division record in the 100-yard dash with 9.5, eclipsing the old mark of 9.6 
Texas placed either first or second in every event that was offered. 




T. J. LOVVORN, Coach 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 



Ronald Edgar Ablowich 
James Choyce Allison 
Ralph Williamson Alspaugh 
David Mooney Carmichael 
Johnson Blair Cherry, Jr. 
William Simpson Conner 



Donald Dean Dishongh 
Kenneth Ray Dunlap 
Roy Clarence Eisenbach 
Stanley R. Fullen 
James Edwin Gandy 
John Scott Hoeck 



Ronald John Holiday 
Thomas Nolan Kaspar 
Terry Dean King 
Edmund M. Longcopc 
Arthur K. McCallum 
David Melber 



Arved Elzo White 

STUDENT MANAGER 
Ray Collins 



Charles Robert Neblett 
Ralph W. Rodieck 
Jack Davis Sides 
Lucien Barton Ulmer 
George Vacek 
Richard Maurice Walden 




I 



Front Row: Kenneth Ray Dunlap, Ronald Edgar Ablowich, James Choyce Allison, Donald Dean Dishongh, Ralph Williamson Alspaugh, David Melber, Jack Davis 

Sides, John Scott Hoeck, Ronald John Holiday. 
Second Row: T. J. Loworn, Assistant Coach. Arved Elzo White, Edmund M. Longcope, James Edwin Gandy, Roy Clarence Eisenbach. Ralph W. Rodieck George Vacek 

Lucien Barton Ulmer, Richard Maurice Walden, Clyde Littleneld, Coach. 

Back Row: Ray Collins, Student Manager, Pat George, Trainer, Johnson Blair Cherry, Jr.. David Mooney Carmichael, Terry Dean King, Arthur K. McCallum, Charles 
Robert Neblett, Thomas Nolan Kaspar, William Simpson Conner. 



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I 



JACK. TRENCH 

Coach 



SHORTHORN BASEBALL 



The 1958 Shorthorn Baseball season saw the Yearling baseballers 
post a 6-12 record on the books. Hampered by rained-out games and 
lack of reserve power the young Steers did play well together and ex- 
hibited definite talent for the 1959 Varsity nine. Leading the freshmen 
at the plate were Arthur Adams, Walter Grain, Terry Struve and Billy 
Kennedy. Coach Jack Trench's charges should help the coming season 
record for the Longhorns to repeat its 1958 performance. 



FRESHMAN AWARDS 



Arthur W. Adams 
Ronald E. Baker 
Jimmy S. Bearden 
Walter Crain 
Roy S. Goodman 
Robert K. Hillin 
Phillip L. Hipps 



J. Terry Jackson 

Billy E. Kennedy 

Jess N. Legg 

Dennis Michael McDonald 

Samuel Ira Rosson 

Terry Leo Struve 

Justin Marshall Wakeland 



FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL AWARD 
Gerald C. Green 



SCORES 

Texas 6 Austin High School 7 

Texas 4 Austin High School 2 

Texas 6 Rice 7 

Texas 17 McCallum High School 2 

Texas 2 Rice 3 

Texas 12 Wharton Junior College 

Texas 2 Travis High School 4 

Texas 2 Baylor 

Texas 2 Baylor 3 

Texas 4 Texas A&M 3 

Texas 1 Texas A&M 3 

Texas 1 Tarleton Junior College 6 




i 

Butch Crain, Texas Shorthorn outfielder taki-s a hefty rut in his team's 6-1 loss to John Tarleton Junior College. Crain 
didn't Ret a hit on this swing but he did on an earlier try and scored Texas' lone run. 



P*or J46 



UTSAM 




HANDBALL 

Lett to Right: Mack Richard Robeison. Chester Eugene Evans, David Holland Hender- 
son. Dennis George Kouth, Jimmy Lee Stacks. Jack Layton Davis. Charles Henry 
Moore, III, Robert W. Gilstrap. 



SOFTBALL 

Front Ron-: Bobby Gene Robertson. John Robert Kirk, Jr., Alvin L. Luskey, Avis E. 

Johnson, Jr. 
Second Row: Robert James, Nelson Douglas Stubblefield, Joe Gentry Roady, James M. 

Pickell, Theodore Edward Longgood, Jr. 
Third Ro;t-: Robert Sterling Green, Albert Albin Sonny Rooker. 






OFFICERS 

President Avis E. JOHNSON, JR. 

First V ice-President JOSEPH HOYT SLOCUM, JR. 

Second Vice-President CHARLES DAVID REED 

Executive Secretary ROBERT HICKS MC!NTYRE 

HANDBALL 

Faculty Sponsor MACK RICHARD ROBERSON 

Student Sponsor JIMMY LEE STACKS 

Student Sponsor DENNIS GEORGE KOUTH 



SOFTBALL 

Faculty Sponsor ALBERT ALBIN ROOKER 

Student Sponsor Avis E. JOHNSON, JR. 

Student Sponsor RONALD L. JONES 

FENCING 

Faculty Sponsor THOMAS EDWARD BARLOW 

Student Sponsor CHARLES DAVID REED 

Student Sponsor CAREY FORD LIVELY, JR. 



GYMNASTICS 

Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM ANTHONY CRENSHAW 

Student Sponsor JOSEPH HOYT SLOCUM, JR. 

Student Sponsor PRESTON KUHN MARTIN 




GYMNASTICS 

'It to Right: Monroe Ben Nowotny, Richard Charles Price, Jack Oliver 
Vernon McGehee, Lawrence Lain Jones, Everett Sifuentes. 



Pool, Richard 



FENCING 

Left to Right: Charles David Reed. James Curtiss Cline. Roy Henry Rodieck. Jerry Dean 
Correll, Carey Ford Lively, Jr. 



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WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 



MANAGERS 




STAFF 



Director . 
Associate Director 
Assistant Director . 
Assistant Director . 
Secretary . 



JOSEPHINE M. CHAPMAN 
MARY ELIZABETH RISLEY 
PATRICIA ANN WEIS 
Jo ANNESAFRIT 
NANCY RUTH McGEE 



Front Rnw: Mona Marie Struve, Frances Elizabeth Kincaid, Linda 
Marie Jackson, Sally Elizabeth Spears, Rosemary McAdams, Char- 
line Hawthorne, Carol McCullough, Virginia ray Carroll, 

Second Row: Jo Anne Safrit, Assistant Director, Nancy Ruth Mc- 
Gee, Secretary, Nina June McCain, Jacqueline Elaine Hyman, 
Harriette Sue Pullen, Pris Warren, Mollie Lynne Kavanagh, Kris- 
tin Ann Wyau, Cailie Chipper F. Schaefer. Barbara Ann Zurovec, 
Marion Frances Rankin, Mary Elizabeth Risley, Associate Direc- 
tor, Patricia Ann Weis, Assistant Director. 

TRAVELING TROPHIES 



TOUCH FOOTBALL 

WHITE BRACKET 

WINNER GAMMA PHI BETA 

RUNNER-UP-SIGMA DELTA TAU 





Lett to Right: Leia Josephine Lingo, Second Place, CHI OMEGA; 
Rosemary McAdams, First Place. DELTA ZETA; Joanna B. 
Smith. Suzanne Harriss Pauls, Third Place, KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA. 

BEST MANAGER AWARDS 



Front Rote; Rose Diane Dupree, Jamie Beth Hatch, Esther Lillian 
Mitchell, Kay Franklin Barnes, Marilyn Marie Vogt, Mary Mar- 
garet Menefee, Nancy Lee Cone, Mary Ann Shaw, Betty Lynn 
McCormick. 

Second Row: Miriam Dolly Gordon, Lenore Sandra Friedman, 
Lynn Schneider, Elaine Rose Kaplan, Marlene Beverly Adels, 
Phyllis Millstein, Harriette Sue Pullen, Elizabeth Anne Zied, 
Joodi Lewis, Edrea Dale Kessler. 



ORANGE BRACKET 

WINNER DELTA ZETA 
RUNNER-UPCHI OMEGA 





I.fft to Right: loanna B. Smith, Suzanne Harris* Pauls, KAPPA 
ALPHA THETA. 



Front Row: Martha Jane Eschenburg, Nancy Joan Bitter, Jarrett 
Bernice Vogan, Colleen Mary O'Connor, Jane Lee Blessing. Betsy 
H. Bauer, Betty Jane Alsbrnolu, C. Diane Ross, Carole Stewart 
Keeton, Joan Kay Hint Patricia Padgett, Carolyn Cantwell, 
Bonnie Lucinda VanGriethusen. 

Back Row: Carolyn Ann Thomas. Stella Maureen Burns. C. Elaine 
Mathews, Lynne Frances Kutchback, Emily Ann Kvinta, Linda 
Joyce Richardson, Janie Mercille Lee, Rosemary McAdams, Caro- 
lyn Ruth Savage, Lenore Watson, Rebecca Lynn Brown, Robbie 
Gene Pell. 



I 



POSTURE 



ARCHERY 




WINNERS 

Left to Right: Gretchen Elizabeth Werner, First Place, 
ALPHX DELTA Pi; Jaiiiece Simms, First Place, DELTA 
GAMMA; Josie Margaret Guerra, First Place, NEWMAN 
CLUB; Patricia Sue Voelkel, Second Place, ALPHA CHI 
OMEGA; Diane Lander, Second Place, ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 
Julie Landrum Holman, Second Place, KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA. 



FINALISTS 

Left to Right: Josie Margaret Guerra, NEWMAN CLUB; 
Patricia Sue Voelkel, ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Mary Stewart 
Thomas, KAPPA ALPHA THETA; Diane Lander, ALPHA 
CHI OMEGA; Phyllis Ann Wiegand, GAMMA PHI BETA; 
Janiece Simms, DELTA GAMMA; Linda Beth Grumbles, 
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; Zelie de Serin Sibley, KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA; Margaret Ann Davidson, ZETA TAU ALPHA; Judith 
Kay Van Horn CHI OMEGA; Gretchen Elizabeth Werner, 
ALPHA DELTA Pi; Julie Landrum Hotman, KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA; Dorothy Ann Stroup, DELTA ZETA. 



Left to Right: Janis Janeil Hooten, Second Place, ALPHA 
PHI; Nancy Fielding, First Place, NEWMAN CLUB. 



BASKETBALL 



DECK TENNIS DOUBLES 




ORANGE BRACKET 
Front Row: WINNER CO-OP : Betty Earl Plowman, 
Maxine Weinert, Frances Marlene Horton, Patricia Mary- 
Gallagher, Dorothy Lee Stockton, Irene Andrea Braden, 
I Carolyn Sue Cole, Charlotte Mary Bracken, Joan Lanelle 

Rabb, Martha Ellen Whitlow, Susie Louise Thomas. 
Back Row: RUNNER-UP DELTA ZETA: Dorothy Caro- 
lyn Sandlin, Carolyn Ruth Savage Anderson, Frances 
Katherine Franzen, Rebecca Lynn Brown, Carolyn Ann 
Thomas, C. Elaine Mathews, Rosemary McAdams. 



WHITE BRACKET 

Front Ron: WINNER KAPPA ALPHA THETA: Anne 
Best Winterbotham. Marilyn Perkinson, Joanna B. Smith. 
Marilyn Minnette Flaitz, Diane Alice Carter, Cherry Dian 
Kendrick, Bobble Sue Buck. 

Back Row: RUNNER-UP ZETA TAU ALPHA: Laura 
Preston. Benita Lee. Anne Elizabeth Beard, Carol Hal- 
stead Criss. Nancy LaNell Stanley, Beverly Ann Butler, 
Rosemary Showalter, Marion Claire Davis, Kaye Klop- 
fenstein. 



DECK TENNIS DOUBLES 
Left to Right: Beverly Kay Baker, Runner-Up, CHI OMEGA; 
Kay Ellen St. Germain, Runner-Up, CHI OMEGA; M. 
Jane Burkhaltcr, Winner, CHI OMEGA; Lera Josephine 
Lingo, Winner, CHI OMEGA. 



BOWLING 




ORANGE BRACKET 
WINNER ALPHA OMICRON PI 

\Front Row: Ethel Lorene Mauch, Betty Ann Canfield, 

Dorothy Frances Draper. 
\Back Row: Anne Barker Cherry, Retta Davis. 



WHITE BRACKET 

WINNER ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

Front Row: Jo Ann Myrick, Beverly Ann Cole, Dianne 

Davit! 

Back Row: Carmen Littlef.eld, Winifred M. Irby, Judith 
Voss Lovejoy. 



ORANGE BRACKET 
RUNNER-UPDELTA ZETA 

Lett to Right: Mary Ellen Branan, Carol Reinhackle, Bar- 
bara Barnes, Betty Lou Fromme, Sally Painter. 



SWIMMING 



SHUFFLEBOARD SINGLES 




WINNERS ALPHA CHI OMEGA 
RUNNER-UPCHI OMEGA 

Front ROU-: Colleen Mary O'Connor, Sally Elizabeth 

Spears, Betsy H. Bauer. 
Second Ro:t-: Suzanna Vincent Dye, Patricia Louise 

Wren, Suzie Gray Twyman, Gretchen Leah Smith. 
Thir i Row: Diane Lander, Beverly Cox, Carol Lynn 

Huber, Connie Alexis Mnffm. Sharon Louise Henson, 

Sally Catherine Chenault, Ann Stuart Moffitt, Dorothy 

Kay Chisura. 

TENNIS SINGLES 



CONSOLATION 

WINNERS DELTA GAMMA 

RUNNER-UPALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

Front Row: Diane Duryea, Shirley Miller, Rosann Smith, 
Kitty Murphy, Starlett Smith, Mary Lee Green, Sue 
Lieberman. 

Back Roiv: Marilyn Boyd, Petty Graham, Kay Pearson, 
Cindy Dexter, Janet Allison, Jean Penberthy. 



TENNIS DOUBLES 




Lift to Right: Carol Keeton, Runner-Up, CHI OMEGA; 
Carolyn Anderson, Winner, DELTA ZETA. 



Lejt to Right: Barbara Krick, Sylvia Canchola, Winners, 
IND" 



INDEPENDENT. 



SOFTBALL 




Left to Right: Barbara Lit. Winntr, DELTA PHI EP- 
SILON; Bobbie Lowe, Runner-Up, GAMMA PHI 

ME I \. " I 



liADMINTON SINGLES 



Left to Right: Billy Jean Cain. Winner, ALI'HA CHI 
OMEGA: Janice Edds, Runner-Up, SCOTTISH RITE 
DORMITORY. 



FENCING 




ORANGE BRACKET 

WINNER DEI-TA ZETA 

RL'NNER-UP- CO-OP 

Front Row: Belly Plowman. Winnie Card, Helene Proc- 
tor, Carolyn Bain. Lulu Linn. Irene Braden. Carmen 
Rios, Martha Whitlow, Mollie Kavananh. 

Back Row: Janet Peavy, Emily Kvinta, Janie Lee. Bun- 
nie Burns. \l.t>\ Ellen Branan, Elaine Malhews, 
Lenore Watson. Carolyn Anderson, Carol Reinhackel, 
Rosemary McAdams. 



WHITE BRACKET 
WINNER-SIGMA DELTA TAU 
RUNNER-UP DELTA GAMMA 

r-'ront Row: Trudy Shugart. Carolyn Brown. Marion 
Rankin, June Berrien, Peltry Graham, Nancy Clarkson. 

Raik Row: Beth Zied, Harrietle Pullen. Lorraine 
Schwartz, Elaine Kaplan. Edrea Kessler, Judy Peine, 
Cookie Glick, Aria Edelman. 



Pv:i T.ll 



Left to Right: Suzanne Hampton, Winner, K M'l'A 
ALPHA THETA: Beltv Jane McCallum, Kunnei-1'p. 
KAPPA ALPHA THETA. 



BADMINTON 
DOUBLES 



TABLE TENNIS 
DOUBLES 



TABLE TENNIS 
SINGLES 



VOLLEYBALL 




WHITE BRACKET 

WINNER DELTA DELTA DELTA 

RUNNER-UPALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

Front Row: Mary Ruth Sheldon. Linda Lackner, Pat 
Burkhart, Carol Fuson, Gail Murphy. Martha Bowser. 

Back Row: Beverly Cole. Patsy Smith, Jean Hogan, 
Starlett Smith, Joanne N'ovotny, Bitsy Thompson. 



ORANGE BRACKET 

WINNER DELTA ZETA 

RUNNER-UPGAMMA PHI BETA 

Front Row: Marilyn Vogt, Mary Ann Shaw, Marjorie 
Menefee, Lynette Fairey, Frances Kincaid, Davene 
Schmidt, Betty McCormick. 

Back Row: Emily Kvinta, Maureen Burns, Carolyn An- 
derson, Elaine Mathews, Carolyn Thomas, Rosemary 
McAdams. Donna Beth McCormick, Janet Peavy. 



WINNER SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY 
RUNNER-UPDELTA ZETA 



Left to Right: Carolyn Savage Anderson, Elaine Mathews 
DELTA ZETA; Janice Edds, Billy Jean Cain, SRD. 



WINNER HILLEL FOUNDATION 
RUNNER-UP SIGMA DELTA TAU 



Left to Right: Marlene Adels, Harriette Pullen. SIGMA 
DELTA TAU, Runner-Up; Lois Terence, Udith Zind- 
ler, HILLEL FOUNDATION, Winner. 



Left to Right: Sylvia Canchola, INDEPENDENT. Run- 
ner-Up; Lois Terence, HILLEL FOUNDATION, 
Winner. 




CO-RECREATIONAL 

MIXED BOWLING 
WINNER NEWMAN CLUB 

Center, Left to Right: 

Front Row: Babs Zurovec, Mary Hughes. 

Back Row: William F. Rogers, Charles A. Hughes. 

RUNNER-UPALPHA OMICRON PI 
Front Row: Betty Ann Canfield, Ann Cherry. 
Back Row: Max Engert, R. L. Dietz. 

MIXED VOLLEYBALL 

WINNER NEWMAN CLUB 
From Row: Cornelia Brown, Barbara Boenig, Terry Jakle. 

Second Row: Babs Zurovec, Mary Hughes, Kathleen 
MacKenna, Betty Jo Green, John Furlow. 

Third Row: Pat Mann, Charles Emerson, Jerry Opella, 
Pierre Guay. 

RUNNER-UPPI BETA PHI 

Front Row: Susan Garrett, Sug Seewald, Ann Cramer, 
Rhetta Moody, Virginia Wiley. 

Back Row: Don Gardner, Searcy Miller, Virginia Law- 
hon, Earnest Fellbaum, Ed Watts. 




Front Row: Mollie Kavanagh, Betsy Ross. 

Second Row: Marion Rankin. Janet Allison. Carroll 

Ann Hodges, Janice Edds, Billy Jean Cain. 
Third Row: Betty Thompson, Shiela O'Gara, Louise 

Weiler, Nancy Fielding, Carolyn Anderson. Rowena 

Kimmey. 



U.T.S.A. 

1957-1958 

Billy Jean Cain was introduced as president 
of UTSA for the year 1958-59. Other new offi- 
cers are Janice Edds, vice-president; Colleen 
O'Connor, secretary ; Mollie Kavanagh, treas- 
urer; and Kay Pearson and Jane Stotts, mem- 
bers-at-large. 

The most outstanding members of the indi- 
vidual UTSA clubs were announced as Nancy 
Fielding, Bow and Arrow; Janet Allison, Canter 
Club; Prissy Adams, Poona Club, Marion Ran- 
kin, Tumle ; and Babs Zurovec, Strike and 
Spare. 

Original songs presented by each club and 
table centerpieces were judged. "Ride along, 
Canter Club" was named the best song, and 
Turtle Club's "Bright Red Tank Suits" was 
second. Turtle Club's table decorations won 
first and Canter Club's were second. 



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UTSA 




BOW AND ARROW 

Front Row: Rita Mays, Barbara Brockman, Nancy Field- 
ing. 

Hack Row: Anne Schmidt, Millie Pechack, Myrna Wylie, 
Joan Hardwick, Emory Kelley, JoAnnc Sairit. 



STRIKE AND SPARE 
Front Row: Nancy Zelinger, Joan Sims, Barbara Zuro- 

vek, Sue Lieberman. 
Second Row: Barbara Barnes, Mary Ellen Branan, Penny 

Laverty. 
Third Row: Miss Wilson, Carol Reinhackel, Kenneth 

Ford. Betty Lou Fromme, Pam Poulos. 



ORCHESIS 

Front Row: Mary I Schuenenman, Linda Hankins. 
Dorothy Douglas. Diane Keenz. 

Second Row: Sally Risser, Jo Ann Dember, Janiece Sim- 
mons, Cynthia Powell, Grace Ann Churchill, Mary 
Ann Worthy. 

Third Row: Miss Barbara Trosper, Linda Rhine, Patsy 
Ansel, Connie Scott, Carole Blume, Sue McWilliams, 
Annes Geis, Miriam Jones. 




TUMLE 

/.*// to Right: Marion Rankin. Margee M. ( lni.ili.in 
Myrna Brook*, Ellrn Martin, Carol Conklin. Barbara 
A. Gowitzkc, Mary Baker, Jewel Curtis, Carnlyn 
Fariss, Merle Ramirez, Trudy Shugart. 



CANTER CLUB 

Lfft to Right: Sally Foster, Elizabeth Huth, Eloise New- 
berry, Anne Page, Elizabeth Jennings Dona Hambur- 
Lri-t . Barbara Fitzpatrick, Martha Kay Kyger, Pat 
Aldrich, Robin Johnson, Chloe Edwards. Jane Tucker, 
Evangeline Ford, Janet Allison, Carol Blodgett, Jane 
Burr, Sally McClure, Doris Woolsey, Carroll Ann 
HKle*, Sue Cocke, Louise Weiler. 

PAGE 352 



Front R:< : Arlene Wade, Sandra Ingram, Colleen 
O'Conner, Mollie Kavanagh, Beverly Hicks, Betsy Rou, 
Harriette Pullen, Sylvia Cone ho la, Carolyn Cantwell. 



Back Row: Charhne Hawthorne, Jean Rogers. Jane 
Stottes, Diane Schmidt, Carolyn Savage Anderson, 
Mary Mullendore, Barbara Krick, Helen Tomlin. 




POONA 

Front Row: Sandra Brazil, Jerry Shauer, Udith Zindler, 

Priscilla Adams. 
Second Ron-: Betty Chappell, Sally Stevenson, Billy Jean 

Cain, Sandra Heiligman, Betsy Boettger, Janice Edds. 
Third Row: Pat Hocker, Linda Kilgore, 1,1k.. Haubold, 

Bennie Johnson, Jo Harris, Betty Wilson, Virginia 

Laytoa. 



TURTLE CLUB 
Front Row: M.:rv Louise Erskine. Mimi Wagner, Je 

Hilje. Marilyn Boyd, Udith Zindler. 
Second Row: Betsy Bauer, Zelda Reed, Bettv Plowman, I 

Arlene Trowbridge, Frances Scelke, Tina Martin. 
Third Row: Miss Burdeshaw, Marion Voight. Jant 

Adams, Winnie Card, Chris Zethraeus, Maline Gilbert, 

Kay Pearson, Martha Fletcher. 






TOUCH FOOTBALL 



CLASS A 






CHAMPION BRACKENRIDGE HALL 
Front Row: Garland Duke Dunbar, Jr., Milton McKinnon Perkins, Jr., Robert 

Kenneth Burchard, David L. Kelley. 
Back Row: William Edward Marshall, George R. Pain, Clifford Haldeen Shaw, 

Clinton Blain Thompson, Jack Bethel Brown. 



RUNNER-UPKAPPA SIGMA 
Front Row: Roy Arthur Menge, Larry Sikes, Johnny Richard Warren, Clifton 

Howington Morros, Jr., Robert Harral Whilden, Jr. 
Back Row: Dwight Leon Hill, Lynn Prewit Carter, Ronald Hugh Waldie, J. 

Brown Cutbirth, Robert Lee Stillwell, Tom Walker Burke. 



CLASS B 



'nun 






MlH" I 



RMY ] 









CHAMPION^SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 
Front Row: Edward Stanton McCullough, Graham Barton Luhn, Peter Evans 

Pratt, Frank A. Tompkins, Edward Lynn Wildman, Jr. 
Back Row: Wayne Ellsworth Windle, John Morris WagstafT, Otto Fred Lohmeyer, 

James Albert Mashburn. Gary D. Howard, Byron Jackson Gierhart. 
Not Pictured: Thomas A. Blakeley. 



.-.-I 



RUNNER-UP ARMY 

Front Row: John Mack Spears, Jack Norman Bateman, Terry Wood, David Ben- 
ton Dibrell. 

Back Row: Marion Stanton Roberts, David Eugene Weir, David Michael Davis. 
Sammy Jay Caliva, Tom Baird. 



SOCCER 



f , f t t t I 



CHAMPION ECUADOR 
Front Row: Cesar E. Sylva, Franklin E. Maiguashca, Jose A. Brito, Jose A. 

Moncanut, Alfonso G. Andress. 
Back Row: Oswaldo A. Egas, Freddy A. Larrea, Rodrigo F. Herrera, Juan E. 

Coloma, Alberto J. Varas, Emilio Ortega. 



RUNNER-UPARABS 
Front Row: Yussef Nabhani, Wail I. Hashem, Walid H. Chaban, Ahmad M. 

Hajjar, Nizar A. Kadri, M. Aref Mahayni. 
Back Row: Ziyad O. Salah, Kasim M. Kayyal, Salah R. Shahin, Mohammed S. 

Hajjah, Khalil B. Bannura, Manoug Manougian, A. H. Ali Kekheya. 



BASKETBALL 

CLASS A 




CHAMPION- PHI GAMMA DELTA 

I-eft to Right: Robert W'yatt Morgan. Houston Munson, Jr.. Jimmy Bruce Shrake, 
Bobby Lee Verplank, Kenneth Euitene English. Anthony Wayne Wilson. 



RUNNER-UPOAK GROVE 

Front Ron-: Thomas Simpson Calliham, F. Kyle Read. Joel Douglas Tinker. 

Robert E. Willson. 
Back Ron': Jeiiy Louis Menitt, Henry Kissinger Woodward, Jackie Ray Boston, 

William Michael Guckian. 



SWIMMING 




RUXXER-UI' KAI'I'A SIC;MA 

t-'ionl Ron-: Thomas Weldon Hale, J. Rodney Tenipleton, Roderick Morrison Mc- 
Donald. 

Back Ron: Charles Bennett Russey. William Carroll Kelly, Jr., Harold Russell 
Joseph, Werner William Dornberi?er. Jr. 



BASKETBALL 



CLASS B 




CHAMPION SIGMA PHI EPSILOX 

Front Rt >;t : George Richard Fulton. Jr.. John Lee Pundt. John Sroiigins Holly- 
field, Jennings A. Garret!, Hensel Murchuon. 

Back Rau<: James Rodney Thomas. Albeit George Franklin. Robert Glenn Wag- 
Kener, William Keith Branham. Georite (i. Slubbleiield, III. 

Nat Picturrd; Bill S. MrGowen. 



CHAMPION DELTA TAU DELTA 
l-'ront Rn:f: Peyton Lambeth Townsend. Kenney Reese Voelkel, Jr., Robert Hicks 

Me In tyre. 
Hack Row: Jay Mayne Levvallen, Hugh Mack Lynn, Frank Taylor Nagle, Ralph 

Wilson Nimmons, Jr. 




RUNNER-UPOAK GROVE 

front Ron-: James Howard McGill. John Kn mil Kerr, Ernest Di>rman Wheeler, 

J a mes K i nit Cole . 
Back Rim-. Randy Gordon. Tom Young Petty, Joel Douglas Tinker, Troy Edmund 

Russell. David Holland Henderson. 



CLASS A 



VOLLEYBALL 



CLASS B 





CHAMPION DELTA TAU DELTA 

Front Ron': John Unbehagen, Kenney Reese Voelkel, Jr., Samuel 

Jerome Dolan, James Norton Haltom. 
Back Row: Frank Taylor Nagle. Avis E. Johnson. Jr., Bill Penn, 

Robert Hicks Mclntyre, Oscar Cromwell Dancy, III. 

CLASS A 



CHAMPION-SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

Front Row: George G. Stubbleficld, III, James W. Kachtick, Albeit 

Geonje Franklin, David Ritchie. 
Back Roiv: Hensel Murchison, Owen Lynn Bybee, Jr., Robert F. 

Teague, Alden Ramon Wilson. 

CLASS B 





RUNNER-UPOAK GROVE 

Front Row: William Michael Guckian, Floyd B. Stough, David Holland 

Henderson, Charles Calvert Rutherford. 
Back Row: Fred N. Pfieffer, James King Cole, Thomas Simpson Calli- 

ham, Jackie Ray Boston. 



RUNNER-UP OAK GROVE 

Front Row: Robert R. Randolph, Billy W. Scott, Henry Kissinger Wood- 
ward, Robert Ben Ellis. 
Back Row: A. Jackson Hill, Rodney Griffith, Alvin John Kay. 



WATER BASKETBALL 





CHAMPION DELTA TAU DELTA 

Front Row: Kenney Reese Voelkel, Jr., Mike Hill, William Allen 

White. 
Back Row: Robert Hicks Mclntyre. Frank Taylor Nagle, Joe Gentry 

Roady, Peyton Lambeth Townsend. 



RUNNER-UPOAK GROVE 

Front Ron-: Troy Edmund Russell. Robert Raymond Randolph. Werner 

Friedrich Pegg, David Holland Henderson. 
Back Row: Jon Robert Gibson, Jerry Louis Merrill. James Coan. 

Harold Lee Ward. 



PACE 355 



HANDBALL SINGLES 





CLASS A 



CLASS B 



Left to Right: Jimmy Lee Slacks, Champion, INDEPENDENT: 
Robert VV. Gilstrap, Runner-Up, PHI DELTA THETA. 



Left to Right: Marty Hirschhorn, Champion, ALPHA EPSILON 
PI; Bob Powell, Runner-Up, INDEPENDENT. 



WRESTLING 










130 POUND CLASS 

Left to Right: Tom Young Petty, Runner-Up, OAK GROVE; Monroe Ben 
Nowotny, Champion, KAPPA ALPHA. 



137 AND 147 POUND CLASS 

Left to Right: Gerald Claude Green. Champion. DAILY TEXAN: George G. 
Stubbleneld, III, Ri.nner-Up, SIGMA PHI EPSILON; Jon Robert Gibson, 
Runner-Up, OAK GROVE; Allan A. Bailey, Champion, KAPPA ALPHA. 




157 AND 167 POUND CLASS 177 AND UNLIMITED CLASS 

Lett to Right: Reuben Montgomery, Champi/tn, AIChE; Herbert Franklin Left to Right: Fred Grave*, Champion, INDEPENDENT: Don Charles Wu- 

Hamilton. Runn.r-t p. PHI GAMMA DELTA: Jon Gee, Champion, TI.OK: kasch. Runner-Up. PHI GAMMA DELTA; Max Cratton, Champion, 

Joseph Weslon Hall, Jr., Runner-l'p, KAPPA ALPHA. AMERY; Claude Robert Booher, Runner-Up, TLOK. 



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HANDBALL DOUBLES 




CLASS B 

Lefl to Right: AFROTC, Runner-Up, Phil W. Handley, Bobby Louis Cum- 
mings; SIGMA CHI, Champion, Morton Winston Moriarty, John Fisher 
Scfawarz. 



GOLF SINGLES 



CLASS A 

Left to Right: DELTA TAU DELTA, Champion, Robert Quentin Keith, 
Fred W. Baccus; OAK GROVE, Runner-lfp, Robert E. Willson, David 
Holland Henderson. 

TENNIS SINGLES 





Lett to Right: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, Runner-Up, Ray R. Keunstier; 
PHI GAMMA DELTA, Champion, Bruce Shrake. 



Left to Right: BETA THETA PI. Champion, Warren Eugene Zimmer- 
man; OAK GROVE, Runner-Up, Jackie Ray Boston. 



TABLE TENNIS SINGLES 



BADMINTON SINGLES 



FENCING 



to Right: ALPHA EPSILON PI, Runner- 
Meredith Jay Steinberg ; Champion, 
gh Eshaghian. 






DELTA TAU DELTA, Champion, William 
Henry Muldoon, III. 



PAOE 357 



Left to Right: Champion, James H. Cline; Run- 
ner-Up, Carey Ford Lively, Jr. 



TENNIS DOUBLES 



V 
\ 



CLASS \ 

Left to Right: PHI SIGMA KAPPA. Champion Dail Warren Cosner, Kim Le Roy 
O'Hara: OAK GROVE. Runner-t'p. Jackie Rav Boston. Fred X. PfeifTer. 



CLASS B 

ft to Right: INDEPENDENT, Champion, James Warren Bachus. 
K !!-. ASME, Runnfr-Up, Richard Edward Kothman. Michael I. 




CLASS A 



CHAMPIOX AICHE 



Front Rou': Bobby Gene Robertson. Clarence Wayne Harrison, Bill Lester Brady. 

Michael Edward Hendricks, John Robert Kirk. 
Second Row: Holjis Moran Taylor. Charles Lester McClellan, Anthony Lawrence 

Pozzi, Carl Edwin Locke. Bruce Allen Xeumann. 
Third Ron: Everett E. Culver, John Dalton Lafrentz, Fred Mafrett, Don Xeil 

Dale. Howard Lindsay Winters. 



RUXXER-UP BRACKEXRIDGE DORMITORY 

!, "Hi Ron: Clinton Blain Thompson, Carl Thomas White, Allen Russell Whilin. 

Clifford Haldeen Shaw. Robert Kenneth Burchard. 
Back Rote: David L. Kelley. Garland Duke Dunbar, Jr.. Donald E. Morris. Larry 

Dornum. Charles Raymond Bost. 



RUNNER-UP BRACKENRIDOE DORMITORY 

Front Rou-: Jack Bethel Brown. John Richard Lucas, Robert Francis Earhart. Mil 



ton McKinnon Perkins. Jr.. Clarence Burton Robbinv 
Bart Row: Clyde Ellis Hick-, 



Ray Clinton, Robert R. Boothe. Jr., James 
mnuis. 



Edward Russell. James Robe 




CHAMPIOX SIGMA PHI EPSILOX 

Front R:i : Thomas Francis Turner, Robert Frank '1 ramie. Rich Reynolds. Hensel 

Murchison. 
Second Row: Bill Brauman, Thomas Walter Bailey, Larry Adrian Barnett, George 

G. Stubbleneld. HI. 
Back Row: John Lee Pundt, Jerrell A. Hclder, John Coates. 



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TRACK 




CHAMPIONS PHI GAMMA DELTA 
Left to Right: Herbert Franklin Hamilton, Eugene Joseph Dozier, James Whilten- 
- James Duncan Gordon, John William Copeland, Robert Judson 



GOLF DOUBLES 



Left to Right: Charles Galbreath, Joel Morgan Shepherd, Runner-Up, KAPPA 
SIGMA; Kenneth Edwin Mossberg, Carl William Ahrens, Cahinpinn, INDE- 
PENDENT. 



OUTSTANDING AT TLETES 




RUNNER-UP CLIFF COURTS 

Front Ron: Harold Goldberg, Charles Henry Washington, Willie Paul Dunn, Henry 
L. James, James Claddin Potts, Charles Murray Miles, L. G. Strider. 

Second Row: Lonnle John Gooden, Jr., Allen Dewayne Tillman, Robert Wood Big- 
ger, Ronald L. Jones, Samuel Phillip Ranger, Bob Henderson, W. Ben Kuenemann. 

HORSE SHOES 



Left to Right: Harold Goldberg, Runner-Up, CLIFF COURTS; Jackie Ray Bos- 
ton, Champion, OAK GROVE. 



POW-WOW 






to Right: Frank Taylor Nagle, DELTA TAU DELTA, Fraternity 
ivision; Bobby Frederick Galbreath, BRUNETTE HOUSE, Inde- 
pendent Division; Jackie Ray Boston, OAK GROVE, Club Division; 
Leslie Erwin Opperman, BCD SAX JACINTO DORMITORY, 

Dormitory Division. 



Oak Grove, for years a leading organization in University of Texas intraniurals 
sports, racked up another trophy as it was awarded the All-Year Organization Cham- 
pionship Trophy for 1957-1958 at the annual Pow-Wow banquet. 

David Henderson, Oak Grove intraniurals manager, accepted the coveted award 
for his co-op, which amassed a total of 3,551 points to also top all organizations in the 
club division. 

The Runner-Up All-Year Organization Trophy went to the fraternity division 
ruler, Delta Tau Delta which ended with 3,395 points. 

Brackenridge Hall paced the dormintory division with 2,552 points. Brunette led 
the independents with 1,995.5. 

All four winners were defending champions in their respective divisions. However, 
the Delts and Oak Grove exchanged places in all-University standings. 

Division title-holders, as well as runners-up, were awarded trophies. Managers 
of the three highest teams in each class were awarded medals. 

Jackie Boston of Oak Grove and Frank Nagle of Delta Tau Delta each amassed 
a total of 129 points to lead the way in their divisions. Other crown-winners were 
Les Opperman of Dormitories BCD and Bobby Galbreath of Brunette, who had 90 
and 72 points, respectively. 

Campus Guild showed the best sportsmanship as a team during the season. 
Gordon Appleman substituting for Jerry Nathan announced the winner of the 
Cowboy-sponsored trophy. 



PACE 359 



JUNIOR MANAGERS 



FRANK EVINS 
SPORTSMAN TROPHY WINNER 




FALL 1957 

Front Row: Jerry Donald Davis, Isaac Dwaine Eubanks, David Holland Henderson. 
Second Row: Eugene Thomas Beynon, Leon Johnson, Jr., Philip Calvin Cezeaux, William Lee 
George. 



JUNIOR MANAGERS 




SPRING 1958 
Front Row: Donald Reed Phillips, John Leo Myers, Jr., William Richard McCracken, William 

Keith Miles, Karl Schoenneld. 
Second Row: Richard Barry Bennont, Harold D. Orr, Joseph Duane Hooker, Milton Clarence 

Schroeder, Walter David Switzer. 



SENIOR MANAGERS 




1958 

Left to Right: Stewart Gillett. PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Everette Tucker, INDEPENDENT; George 
Appleman, SIGMA ALPHA MU; George Helland, SIGMA NU. 



Robert Hicks Mclntyre, DELTA TAU DELTA 



PARTICIPATION TROPHY WINNER 



Thomas Gould Hendrick, M(X)RE-HII.L HALL 



TROPHY WINNERS 




Front Row: Rolx-rt Hick Mclmyre. Champion. DELIA TAl' DELTA. 1 
Fraternity Division; Robert Head, Champion. BRUNETTE IHU'Xr. 
Independent Division: David Holland Henderson, Champion, OAKJ 
GROVE, Club Division; Bob Dyer, Champion, Brackrnridge DofBH 
tory, Dormitory Division. 



CAMPUS 




1958 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

AND 
PUBLICATIONS 



PACE 361 



STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 





HARLEY CLARK, President, and JUELL JOY KRAUTER, Clerk. 



Every student of The University of Texas is automatically a member of the 
Students' Association. Its function is to provide a medium of expression of 
student opinion, to give student voice to University affairs, and to interpret 
University policies into student action. It needs the interest and participation 
of every University student to make it a success a true reflection of student 
feeling. 

The Students' Association administrative staff consists of three executive 
officers (President, Vice-President, and Secretary), a legislative branch, (Stu- 
dent Assembly), and a judicial branch (Student Court). The elected president, 
vice-president, and secretary represent the student body on President Wilson's 
Advisory Council. Faculty Student Cabinet, the Union Board of Directors, the 
Athletic Council, the Board of Directors of Texas Student Publications, Inc., 
Social Calendar Committee, Student-Regent Liaison Committee, and many 
other committees related to student activities. They also administer the com- 
mittee and cabinet system under which the Sudents' Association operates. 



HAL HUDSI'ETH, Vice-l'reiidenl 



NANCY OOOSBY, Fall Stcrrlary, and JOAN FRANKLIN, Sfrini 
Stttettlry. 




PRESIDENTS CABINI 

William Bandy 
Patty Mays Cartwright 
Lawrence Dean Cobb 
Charles Rebstock Gregg 
Richard Page Keeton 
Norma Matlock 
Terry McCall 
Morton H. Meyerson 
Robert Elton Mims 
Ginni Ann Steele 
Jack Rainard Wahlquist 
William Howard Wolf 



PACE 362 



STUDENT ASSEMBLY 



The Student Assembly is the legislative and policy determining body for the Students' Association and for its 
committees and executive officers. Every student has at least one person representing his college or school in the As- 
sembly, and each member of the student body should be concerned with the quality of representation he is getting. 

Traditional functions of the Assembly include appropriation of the Blanket Tax, approving student appoint- 
ments to University governing boards and committees, making recommendations to administrative and legisaltive au- 
thorities by passing resolutions, and conducting investgations in the interest of student welfare. 

This year's Assembly was characterized by mature action through the permanent committee system which was 
instituted in the fall of 1956. A great deal of constructive work was done in activities which received little publicity, 
but which contributed toward making this a better University for all the students. 

Elected Spring 1957 Elected Fall 1957 

ARCHITECTURE 
Leon Whitney 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Richard Page Keeton Robert Cameron Hightower 

Terry McCall 
Mary Marjorie Menefee 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



ssion of 
aterpret 



student | 

lenitive 
i,(Stu- 
tsident, 
iVilson's 
BIS, the 
is, Inc., 
jmany 
ie corn- 
rates, 



Cobb 



David Andrew Millican 
Patricia Padgett 



Donald Love, Fall 

Wayne Ferguson, Appointed Spring 1958 

William Fred Miller 

EDUCATION 

ENGINEERING 
Fred N. Pfeiffer, Fall 

William Cook Fielder, Appointed Spring 1958 
John W. Sauer 



Billy Jean Cain 



Neal Leslie Spelce, Jr. 

Benjamin Spencer Bradshaw 
Walter A. Coole, Fall 

Brunson D. Moore 
Thomas Clyde Brunson 



James Earle Barden 
Jay Jules Karkowsky 

Billye Rae Funk 

George Archie Helland 
Billy Ray Upchurch 

Charles Ronald Rogers 



FINE ARTS 

GRADUATE 

Delbert Shankel 

Phillip Sherwood Paul, Jr., Appointed 
LAW 

James H. Lauderdale 
PHARMACY 







Top Ro;v: Barden, Bradshaw, Brunson, Cain, Fielder, Funk, Helland, Hightower. 
Second Row: Karkowsky, Keeton, Lauderdale, McCall, Menefee, Miller, Millican, Moore. 
Third Row: Padgett, Paul, Rogers, Sauer, Spelce, Upchurch, Whitney. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES 



CAMPUS CHEST STEERING COMMITTEE 



Raymond C. Kenney, Sponsor 
Richard Page Keeton, Co-Chairman 
Sandra Lee Moore, Co-Chairman 
Phyllis Ann Borden 
Suzanne Bowling 
David Caldwell 
Gayla Craig 
Paul Milton Gray 



Larry Neal Hurwitz 
Carole Stewart Keeton 
Carter Benjamin Kelly 
Henry Willard Lende, Jr. 
Oliver Barr McClellan 
William Fred Miller 
James Irvine Perkins, Jr. 
Franklin Ace Pickens 



Henry Carr Pritchet 
Bobby Sue Smith 
Richard Arlin Stanley 
Emily Sue Stinson 
William Bryan Stoermer 
Mary Jean Todd 
Billy Newton Walker 
Don Charles Wukasch 



HONOR CODE FORMULATING COMMITTEE 



Allen Lee Miller, Chairman 
Jerome Bernstein 
Eugene B. Doughtie, Jr. 



Harold Leon Metts 
David Andrew Millican 



Richard Dalton Spangler 
Lawrence Edward Steinberg 
John Hunter Strasburger 



Danny LaGette Beaird 
Raymond Ralph Brown 
Patty Mays Cartwright 
Chancey Croft 
Sandra Jean Hamilton 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Jo Ann Hillje 
Harry Lee Hudspeth 
Richard Page Keeton 
Roberta Ann Love 
Sandra Lee Moore 

Katherine Louise Voetmann 



Jerry J. Nathan 
Shannon Harrison Ratliff 
Joe Allen Ross 
Ginni Ann Steele 
Allen Lee Tooke 



PRESIDENT WILSON'S ADVISORY COUNCIL 



Robert Landis Armstrong 
Fred Wayne Blackwell 
Ben S. Bradshaw, Spring 
Lorence Larry Bravenec, Fall 
Thomas Clyde Brunson 
Lawrence Dean Cobb 



Joan Marie Franklin 
Miriam Dolly Gordon, Spring 
Charles Rebstock Gregg 
Pete Addison Y. Gunter, III 
Joyce Anne Henderson, Spring 
Paul Justin McBroom 



Terry McCall, Fall 
Frank Eugene McLain, Spring 
Robert Elton Mims 
Patricia Ann Morrow, Fall 
Marjorie Maillot Purnell, Fall 
James Terrell Townsend 



FRESHMAN COUNCIL 
Shannon Harrison RatlifT, President Kenneth Ray Dunlap, I' 'ice-President Marilyn Sue Becker, Secretary 



Darrell Eddy Jordan 



STEERING COMMITTEE 
Mary Marjorie Meneffee, Chairman 

Rocco Giardina Revisore Ginni Ann Steele 

Alice Lockett Wheless 



John Chester Blasingame 
James Denny Dannenbaum 
Gwynne Lee Guffin 
Ann Karen Haun 
Carole Stewart Keeton 



FRESHMAN COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

Oliver Barr McClellan Peyton Lambeth Townsend 

Roxana Olga Michael Ronald Lee Vanmeter 

Monroe Ben Nowotny Rudolph Anthony Wedemeyer, Jr. 

John Douglas Reichert Clarence Donald Williams 

James Jay Siegel Jimmie Dell Williams 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES 



FLASH CARD COMMITTEE 



Jerry J. Nathan, Chairman 
Patricia Virginia Aldrich 
Carolyn Sage Allen 
Carol Elaine Atkinson 
Mary Bond Austin 
Carolyn Ann Barnes 
Ann Elizabeth Beard 
Marilyn Sue Becker 
Helen Wynyard Bellhouse 
Sid L. Berger 
Diana Cain 
Phyllis Jean Calkins 
Paul B. Clayton 
Harwood Lewis Collins, Jr. 
Frederick James Conn 
Zera Ann Couser 
Charlotte Camille Daniel 
William Claude Davidson, Jr. 
Dorothy Diane Davis 



Marion Claire Davis 
Lou Adele Dorrell 
Sharon Lee Edson 
Stephen Clay Elliott 
Sandra Esquivel 
Virginia Fielder 
Linda Lee Fields 
Ronald Jack Finger 
Kay Fuller 
Sandra Sue Gillett 
Susann Gipson 
Maurice Goldstein 
Dena Fern Goldston 
Allie Sue Gottwald 
Virginia Elizabeth Hall 
Jo Anne Hamilton 
Patricia Sue Hardy 
Freddie Sherman Harkary 



Sheldon Louis Heidemann 
Billy Don Hullum 
Emma Marie Keasler 
Carolyn Sue Keen 
Elizabeth Dell Langton 
Ann Cole Lentz 
Judith Gay Lewis 
Judith Ann Lieberman 
Julie Anna Lipner 
Joe Lowestine 
Rodney Harry Margolis 
Virginia Louise McFarlane 
Gus Carlton McHam, III 
William Keith Miles 
Alice Carolyn Norman 
Martha Elizabeth 
Overstreet 

Martha Louise Parrish 



Gail Ann Pearsall 
Virginia Ann Pearson 
Judith Ann Phillips 
Darryl Quinn 
John Douglas Reichert 
Carol Beth Roddie 
Ralph Taub Schwartz 
Vernon Lee Shelton 
Barbara Sue Smith 
Florence Elizabeth Smith 
Sterling Norman Sorrell 
Nancy Ellen Thompson 
Nancy Catherine Tolve 
Peyton Lambeth Townsend 
Beth VanHorn 
Flora Bess Weiss 
Karen Gail Wilkerson 
Jimmie Dell Williams 
Carolee P. Zapp 



CAMPUS SURVEY COMMITTEE 



Chancy Croft, Chairman 
William Kendall Adam 
Bradley Sinclair Barker 
Helen Wynyard Bellhouse 
Patricia Ann Brennan 
David Caldwell 
Sandra Cason 



Sharon Beth Dehnisch 
LouAdele Dorrell 
Carol Dean Esse 
Jean Barrillon Felder 
Norman H. Fox 
Nancy Sue Gastman 
Jay Jules Karkowsky 



Janis Keith 

Caroline Jean Kubala 

Emily Ann Kvinta 

Susan Mara 

Robert Allan Northcutt 

Carol Jean Patterson 

Joyce Elvira Sigrist 



Emmanuel Herzl Smith 
Sterling Norman Sorrell 
Lois Elizabeth Stubbs 
Frances Alice Tyrrell 
Ella Bergman Wallace 
Shirley C. Ward 
John Everett Wasson 



Ginni Ann Steele, 
Fall Chairman 

Roberta Ann Love, 
Spring Chairman 



PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE I 
NEWSLETTER 



Nancy Ruth Buchanan 
Margaret Ann Davidson 
Deliah Ann Fleming 
Sandra Fonville 



Jane Collins Harwood 
Larry Neal Hurwitz 
Curtis W. Meadows, Jr. 
James Merrill Neel 



Nancy Key Parks 
Edwin Willis Patterson 
Georgia Mae Rogge 
Patricia Anne Vogelsang 



Sandra Jean Hamilton, 
Chairman 

Myloa May Beilke 



PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE II 



Mary Karen Blume 
Martha Gray Davis 
Ronald Jack Finger 



Dwight Franklin Henderson 
Glenn C. Hunt, Jr. 
Linda Leudemann 



Carole Jean Maguire 
Dean Stuart Sanders 
Ronny Norman Schoenbrun 



GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE 



Joe Allen Ross, 
Fall Chairman 

Davis Traywick McGill, 
Spring Chairman 

Kenneth N. Andrews 
Mark Hall Beers 
Donald Hugh Bennett 
Thelma Frances Clarke 
Gayla Craig 



William C. Davidson, Jr. 
Sandra Esquivel 
Maline Gilbert 
Dorothy Patricia Heard 
Hal Segrest Hudson 
Nancy Bryan Hunt 
Emma Marie Keasler 
Emory Kelley 
Carter Benjamin Kelly 



Karen McKinney 
Marilyn Kay Miller 
Ellen Genevieve Munson 
William Gary Patterson 
Janis Gail Pettit 
Franklin Ace Pickens 
Rocco Giardina Revisore 
Robert Edwin Robinson 
Donald Eugene Roper 



Richardson G. Scurry, Jr. 
Charles Spencer 
Edwin Leonard Sterling 
Roy Lynn Taylor 
Harry Joseph Walter, III 
David Allan Weiner 
Betty Ann Willmann 
Golden Duane Youngblood 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES 



NSA-TISA COMMITTEE 



Katherine Louise Voetmann, 
Chairman 

Bert Bently Adkins, Jr. 
Betty Ann Aue 
Linda Biesele 



Robb Kendrick Burlage 
Mary Lelia Grain 
Wayne Ferguson 
William Cook Fielder 



Patricia Ruth Griffin 
Katherine Howard 
Jerry Lee Hughes 
Lorene Meadow 



Morton H. Meyerson 
David Andrew Millican 
Peggy Louise Parker 
Mary Elizabeth Seals 
Thomas F. Ybarra 



Danny LaGette Beaird, 
Chairman 

Frank Edward Billings 
Walter Eden Bloxsom 
Henry Tebbs Brooks 
Charles Hunter Bruge 



STEER HERE COMMITTEE 

Jan Campbell Cox Ann McCarroll 

Robert Lee Dickson Neil Elden Miller 

Thomas N. Dunnam, Jr. Mary Joan Phillips 

William Chapman Estes Kathy Virginia Pollard 

Ann Hamilton Mary Marcia Rathjen 

Linda Janice Hargrave Glenn Alfred Rogers 



Mary Ann Shaw 
Don Hargrove Smith 
Floyd Grady Stoddard 
Harolyn Jean Thomas 
David Oakes Turner 
Charles Norman Wood 



Josephine Duvall Scurry, 
Fall Chairman 

Charles Joseph MacManus, 
Spring Chairman 

Samuel Donald Axelrad 



HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

Elinor Ann Corbusier Ann Hamilton 

William Day Anthony Ray Henry 

Charles Lindsey Durway Wilbur Floyd Holmes 

Lindall Ellen Dyer Carole Stewart Keeton 

Jennie Elizabeth Franklin Sarah Dossett Kendall 



Morton H. Meyerson 
Gary Harvey Nordheimer 
James Jay Siegel 
Gulu Naraindas Sitlani 
Barbara Louise Smith 
William Menefee Wilcox, Jr. 



Raymond Ralph Brown, 
Chairman 

James LaVoy Branton 
Robert Anthony Butler 



STUMP SPEAKING COMMITTEE 

Felicity Hill Frank 
Peggy Marcella Graham 
Linda Beth Grumbles 
Janis Evers Jones 



Sabra Joy Lande 
Kerry Hedick O'Quinn 
Jeanne Marie Robertson 
Richard Louis Scroggins 



Robert Gary Smith 
Sally Elizabeth Spears 
Gary Mearlin Tamplin 
Beverly Gail Thompson 



Jo Ann Hillje, 
Fall Chairman 

Allen Lee Tooke, 
Spring Chairman 



SPONSORED STUDENTS COMMITTEE 
Jane Katherine Andersen Barbara Anne Foster 



Hazel Phyllis Barton 
Marion Kathleen Bostick 



Jacob Joel Goldfinger 
Lynne Lipsitz 



Martha Catharine Maxwell 
Margaret Ann Smith 
Carolyn June Thomas 
Mary Gail Thomas 



INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION 



Patty Mays Cartwright, 
Chairman 

OLD STUDENT COMMITTEE 

Richard Drake Hart, 
Chairman 

Mary Etta Allen 
Carolyn Cantwell 
Claire Childs 
Ann Marie Gordon 
Roy A. Harrell, Jr. 
Mohammed Arif Hayat 
Alexander Jihming Hsu 
Cynthia Ann Tlucek 

PUBLICITY COMMITTEE 

Nancy Elizabeth Patterson 
Helen Elizabeth Wear 
Claudetta Young 

COMMUNITY RELATIONS 
Lad Mingus, Co-Chairman 
Jacques Charles Bosio, 
Co-Chairman 



Lois Marian Bilbrough 
Barbara Ann Magel 
Diana Candace Milam 
Frances Adeline Old 
Nancy M. Philen 
Lillian Gayle Wright 

INTERNATIONAL VISITORS 
AND SPECIAL PROJECTS 
COMMITTEE 

Ellen Kimball McCor- 
quodale, Co-Chairman 

Saad Mahmoud Gamel- 
Elden, Co-Chairman 

Linda Luan Best 
Carol Clark Culbertson 
Carolyn Sue Echols 
Shirley Ann Lucas 
Barbara Claire Lyle 
Dorothy Ann Stroup 
Nancy Elizabeth Thrift 
Betty Kyle Walker 
Alice Lockett Wheless 



NEW STUDENTS COMMITTEE 

Ann McFadden, 
Co-Chairman 

Arnaldo Adolfo Bisogni, 
Co-Chairman 

Mary Ellen Beall 

Ann Cramer 

Daniel Shelton Gafford 

Tish Huffman 

Kay King 

Lillian Esther Michell 

Nora Marie Parma 

Margaret Claire Perkins 

Sara Ross 

Carole Elizabeth Sandlin 

Jane Frances Spacek 

George Polk Williams 

HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE 

Betty Jane McCallum, 
Co-Chairman 



Malee Suwana-Adth, 
Co-Chairman 

Betty Cole Ashcraft 
Mary Baker 
John Bowman 
Mary D. Bradshaw 
Harold Dee Carter 
Sue Jenkins Chessner 
Betty Gleith Cobb 
Virginia Fielder 
Santiago-Diaz Garcia 
Geneva Jill Grainger 
Nan Keith Kelly 
Charlotte Elizabeth Lee 
Susan Anne Lieberman 
William McDonald 
Bobby Jean Pipkin 
Mike Rhyne Simpson 
Bobby Sue Smith 
Ann Van Landingham 
Marcia Adele Wade 
Frances Suzanne Webb 



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STUDENT COURT 




The Chief Justice and four Associate 
Justices, elected by the student body, form 
the Judicial branch of the Students' Asso- 
ciation, the Student Court. The Court 
tries all cases arising under the constitu- 
tion of the Students' Association, examines 
books of campus organizations, decides 
disputed elections, and can impel student 
officials to carry out the duties of their 
respective offices. A recent addition to the 
duties of the Court is hearing cases of 
student traffic violations. The Court is 
available to students and student organi- 
zations for interpretation or advisory judg- 
ments concerning the constitution or legis- 
lation of the assembly. 



THOMAS G. BOUSQUET, Chief Justice 



THOMAS G. BOUSQUET 
BEN ADDISON DONNELL . 

ANN McFADDEN . 

JAMES IRVINE PERKINS, JR. 
SUE ROSSON . 



Chief Justice 
Associate Justice 
Associate Justice 
Associate Justice 
Associate Justice 




PERKINS 



PAGE 367 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL 







Front Ro:c: Peeples, Guarin, Smith, Cline. 

Second Row: Pond, Roper, Johnson, Edwin Wilson Mumraa, Drake. Trimble. 
Third Row: Taylor, Meeks, Brooks, Xordheimer, Weber, Lewis, Finger, Karkowsky. 
Fourth Row: Berger, Barden, Crawford, Wood, Malone, McNamara, Steed. 



Fall 

BOB LAUGH LIN . 
JAMES IRVINE PERKINS, JR. 
DONALD EUGENE ROPER 
ELINOR CLYDE DRAKE . 
LILA MAE JOHNSON 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President - 
Treasurer . 
Secretary 
Sweetheart . 



Spring 

JAMES IRVINE PERKINS, JR. 
PINCKNEY FRANKLIN STEED, JR. 
DONALD EUGENE ROPER 
ELINOR CLYDE DRAKE 
LILA MAE JOHNSON 



CLASS OFFICERS 

SENIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Sid L. Berger, President Henry Tebbs Brooks, President 

Pinckney Franklin Steed, Jr., Vice-President Ronald Jack Finger, Vice-President 

Mary Alice Guarin, Secretary Mary Linn Pond, Secretary 



JUNIOR CLASS 

Patrick McNamara, President 

Jim Lawrence Magill, Vice-President 

Barbara Kay Cline, Secretary 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

John Milton Crawford, Jr., President 
Gary Harvey Nordheimer, Vice-President 
Luella Hope Taylor, Secretary 



James Earle Barden 
Jay Jules Karkowsky 



ASSEMBLYMEN 

William Fred Miller 
Donald Love, Fall 
Wayne Ferguson, Spring 



ALPHA DELTA SIGMA 

Raleigh Lymann Greer, Fall 
William Carrell Hardman, Spring 

ALPHA KAPPA Psi 

Alfonso Augusto Cisneros 

Thomas Phillips Field. Jr., Alternate 

AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION 

Charles Tate Meeks, Fall 

Don Lynn Woodland, Spring 
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION 

Michael Clifton Weber, Jr. 
AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION 

Donald Gene Nix 



MEMBERS 

BBA WIVES CLUB 

Mrs. Ralph Howard Daugherty, Jr. 

Mrs. Kenneth Ray Peeples, Alternate 
BETA ALPHA Psi 

Walter Asa Saunders. Jr. 

Arlen Lester Lewis. Alternate 

DELTA Nu ALPHA 
Lias Brown Steen 

DELTA SIGMA Pi 
Sid L. Berger, Fall 
Kenneth Charles Boelter, Spring 
Bobbie Archie Chester, Alternate, Spring 

FOREIGN TRADE CLUB 
Richard Grady Weil 



THE INSURANCE SOCIETY 
Tom L. Schneider 
Barry B. Kurtz, Alternate 

Pi OMEGA Pi 

Patricia Ann Trimble, Fall 
Betty Ann Jordan, Spring 
Margaret Ann Smith, Alternate 

SIGMA IOTA EPSILON 
Bill R. Norman, Fall 
Donald Allen Payne, Alternate, Fall and Spring 

SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 
John Robert Malone, Fall 

Charles Norman Wood, Alternate, Fall and Spring 
Joseph Edward Dodson, Jr., Alternate, Spring 



PAOE 368 



STUDENT ENGINEERING COUNCIL 




Front Row: Provazek, Turn, McCullough, Friberg, Upchurch, Anderson, Parker. 

Second Row: Leach, Infante, Randolph, John F. Berglund, W. Hall, Chamberlain, Greer, J. Hall, Williamson, Lillie. 

Third Row: Harry Viking Fisher, Jr., James Roger Martin, Hill, Cobb, Byron Keith Lovelace, Kreisle, Bolch, Hasty, Zschiesche. 



Fall 

EMIL E. FRIBERG .... 
BILLY RAY UPCHURCH 
CHARLES ELLIS MCCULLOUGH 
GEORGE GREEN ANDERSON 
GORDON LA VAUGHN TURN 
LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE 
HAROLD WOOD SMITH 



OFFICERS 

Chairman 

Vice-Chairman 

Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Sponsor .... 
Sponsor 



Spring 

EMIL E. FRIBERG 
CHARLES ELLIS MCCULLOUGH 
GORDON LA VAUGHN TURN 
STERLING PARKER RANDOLPH 
CHARLES SCOTT PARKER 
LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE 
HAROLD WOOD SMITH 



MEMBERS 



Tau Beta Pi . 
Eta Kappa Nu 
Pi Tau Sigma 



KEYS ALEXANDER CURRY, JR. 
WILLIAM NEAL KOCUREK 
GEORGE GREEN ANDERSON 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS 
Joseph Weston Hall, Jr. 
Gordon La Vaughn Turn 

AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 
William B. Hall 
Lang C. Martin, Jr. 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 
Robert Armistead Hasty, II 
Robert L. Stuart 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 
Lionel Daniel Provazek 
Lawrence Albert Yaggi, Jr. 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL 
ENGINEERS 

Charles Scott Parker 

Sterling Parker Randolph 



Chi Epsilon 
Omega Chi Epsilon 
Keramos . 



JIM RAY ZSCHIESCHE 
MICHAEL ALAN MOORE 
THOMAS JOE WELCH 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 
William Emmett Bolch 
Richard Lee Tucker 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 
Carl C. Williamson 
Billy Ray Cobb 

INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES 
Alfred Adam Chamberlain. Jr. 
Paul E. Greer 

SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS 
Gary Lynn Leach 
Ettore H. F. Infante 

TEXAS SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS 
Richard Lionel Hill 
Robert B. Lillie 



PACE 369 




TEXAS UNION 



The Union is the community center of the University, for all the members 
of the University family students, faculty, administration, alumni, and guests. 
It is not just a building; it is also an organization and a program. As the 
''living room" or "hearthstone" of the University, the Union provides for 
sen-ices, conveniences, and amenities which the members of the University 
family need in their daily life on the campus and for getting to know and 
understand one another through informal association outside the classroom. It 
encourages citizenship training, and develops self-expression, group effective- 
ness, and social responsibility. The Union serves as a unifying force in the life 
of the University, cultivating enduring regard for and loyalty to the University. 



Director .... 
Assistant to the Director 
Program Director 



C. C. (JITTER) NOLEN 
MRS. BRUCE C. TAYLOR 
BETTY LOUISE TIEKEN 



JITTER NOLEN 




BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
STUDENT MEMBERS 



Ann Beloate 
Shirley Ann Bird 
Thomas Clyde Brunson 
Harley R. Clark 



Lawrence Dean Cobb 
Joan Marie Franklin 
James Albert Mashburn 
Norma Matlock 



BRUCIE TAYLOR 



BETTY TIEKEN 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

William David Blunk Joseph Jay Jones 
Dorothy L. Gebauer William S. Livingston 

F. C. McConncll 

EX-STUDENT MEMBERS 
Hubert Jones Jack Russell Maguire 




Clark, Bird. Urinate, Branson. Franklin. Manuirr, Cobb. Xolrn, Taylor. H. Jnnrv MrConnrll. Mashburn, Matlork. 



I'ADF. 370 



UNION COMMITTEES 




COUP, 



BENNER 



BIRD 




liOYD 



COLLINS 



GRIENEEKS 



HIGHTOWER 



MAXWELL 



RAMSEY 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

President LAWRENCE DEAN COBB 

V ice-President THOMAS JAY BENNER 

Secretary SHIRLEY ANN BIRD 

Art Division Head MARILYN ANN BOYD 

Special Services Division Head .... FRANCES ANN RAMSEY 

House Division Head SALLY KAY MAXWELL 

Public Relations Division Head .... LUCY ANN COLLINS 

Education Division Head ROBERT CAMERON HIGHTOWER 

Entertainment Division Head LAURABETH ELIZABETH GRIENEEKS 



ART DIVISION 



MARILYN ANN BOYD 
Division Head 
ART 

Myloa May Beilke, Chairman 
William Henry Abbott 
Steven Lyle Alexander 
Marci Gay Belton 
Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon 
Brenda Gale Hodges 
Linda Elaine Kilgore 
William L. Mantinband 
Linda Lee McFarland 



ROBERT CAMERON HIGHTOWER 
Division Head 

CAMPUS COFFEE 

Laura Preston, Chairman 
Priscilla Elaine Adams 
Annette Booth 
RoxJe Margaret Clark 
Marilyn Ann Dashiell 
Ruth Su Dubinsky 
Leslie Ellen Glickman 
Clara Hilton Griffith 
Lois Myrl Heard 
Carol Lynn Herber 
Dolly Gale Hull 
Gretchen Lee Hyde 
Martha Doyle Jee 
Jerry Lancaster 
Patricia Ann Latham 
Janie Mercille Lee 
Ann Cole Lenty 
Margaret Elaine Lyte 
Jane Loreen Males 
Sondra Elaine Mockert 
Connie Alexis Moffit 
Shirley Ann Myers 



LAURABETH ELIZABETH 
GRIENEEKS 
Division Head 

DANCE 

Curtis W. Meadows, Jr., 

Chairman 

Eugene Randall Bauerle 
Peggy E. Coe 
John Rentz Doggett, III 
James Hudson Dudley 
Maxine M, Hammond 
Freddie Sherman Harkavy 
James William Kent, Jr. 
Katherine H. Lanham 



Marlenna Mehaffey 
Marny Susan Elizabeth O'Brien 
Margaret Miles Pilcher 
Judith Rae Potter 
Beverly Gail Thompson 
Mason Locke Weems, VI 
Bobbi Sue Winborn 
Thomas F. Ybarra 
DECORATION 

Joan Carolyn Farquhar, Chairman 
James C. Anderson 
Mary Florence Ashburn 



Nancy Ann Humble 
Edith Ann Lester 
Mary Ann Moroney 
Virginia Avery Mason 
Ann Mottley 
Ella Jane Noyes 
Patricia John Patterson 
Patricia Louise Perry 
Patsy Ann Robinson 
Maxine Elizabeth Schuhman 
Clara Gertrude Shugart 
Ann Holt Ullrich 



EDUCATION DIVISION 



Mary Susan Nesbit 

Ella Janes Noyes 

Doris Kay Parker 

Robbie Gene Pell 

Kay E. Ponder 

Jane Gail Richmond 

Dorothy Carolyn Sandlin 

Carol Lois Shaffron 

Jacqueline Shapiro 

Joan Cecile Tarses 

Patricia Ann Ussery 

Theodora Carter Vanderwerth 

Ann Kennedy Voight 

Diana Vollintine 

Jo Anne Walker 

Nancy Nell Williford 

Deidre Wilson 

Anne Best Winterbotham 

FORUM SPEAKERS 

Terrence Gaynor Kendall, 
Chairman 

Carolyn Christine Bock 
Barbara Ann Brockman 
Larry Jay Craddock 



Catherine Clark Eden 
Emily Jo Flachmeier 
Alice Wesley Gunstream 
Virginia Elizabeth Hall 
David Kiker Hughes 
Carol Lorraine Hurst 
Elizabeth Anne Klein 
William Leslie Lane 
Lelya Jay Levy 
William G. McDonald 
Virginia Louise McFarlane 
James Patrick McGuire 
Linda Coytes Milam 
Mary Kay Miller 
Charles Schreiner Nelson 
William Rayford Price 
John Douglas Reichert 
Sallie Jo Rutherford 
Adrienne Trant Smith 
Joyce Lynn Streusand 
Jo Ann Watkins 

STUDENT FACULTY 
Jean Ellen Pepper, 

Fall Chairman 



ENTERTAINMENT DIVISION 



Faith Malmgren 

Ronald Eblen Malouf 

Morris Edgar Massey 

Gayle Rae McCormick 

Melvin Ray Platt 

Charles Calvert Rutherford, Jr, 

Charles Leslie Stewart 

Connie Ruth Thurk 

Carolyn Anne Tucker 

Bob Hendrick Turner 

Norma Udashen 

Oliver Lee Watson 

Floyd Otho White 

James Boyd Wilson 

Elaine Zaba 



MUSIC 

Bobby Glenn Odle, Chairman 

Howard Terry Adcock 

RoseMary Mills 

Gwendolyn Beth Nichols 

JoAn Roberta Novotny 

Rose Mary Prince 

Dixie Ann Proffitt 

Ruthven Champion Tolbirt, Jr. 

Margie Ann Vaden 

TALENT 

Janis Janeil Hooten, Chairman 
Betty Lenora Allgood 
Kathryn Ann Barragan 



To Ann Whitley 

Sylvia Eugenia Winston 

Linda Kay Yancey 

EXHIBITS 

Walter James Wyrick, Jr., Chairman 

Mark Hale Beers 
James Peyton Kearby 
Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn 
Gloria Helen Mitchon 
Sandra Lee Shopmaker 
Doris Mildred Talasek 



Mary Jean Todd, Spring Chairman 

Marilyn Edith Allen 

At Evans Birdwell, Jr. 

Letitia Jane Blalock 

Patsy Faith Bostick 

Dede Bidean Craig 

Jo Ann Demler 

Ruth Ellen Gillett 

Kitty Gisher 

Jean Barrillon Felder 

Marjorie Ann Foster 

Man' Glenda Hairston 

Dorothy May Janak 

Jo Ann Johnson 

Bebe Benita Lee 

Barbara D'Anne Levin 

Lavona Jo Loe 

Jack William Pollard 

Ada Marie Sharpe 

Luella Hope Taylor 

Charles Irving Toubin 

Alice Lockett Wheless 

Carolyn Williams (I) 

Marijo Williams 



Paul David Couch 
Shirley Priscilla DaCanara 
Claire Ann Dickey 
Robert F. Duninan 
Linda Gayle Dyess 
Edmond Goldstein 
Betty Joe Greene 
Carla Liane Kunz 
Julianne Lane 
Mary Linn Pond 
Kathryn Jill Schutze 
Robert Gary Smith 
Suzanne Margaret Smith 
Betty Jean Stone 
Avis Andrea Tieljer 



PAOE 371 



TEXAS UNION COMMITTEES 



HOUSE DIVISION 



SALLY KAY MAXWELL 
Division Head 

FILM 

Shirley Ruth Borden, Chairman 
Alice Estep Cook 
Marion Claire Davis 
Lou Adele Dorrell 
Harold Eichenbaum, Jr. 
Mary Hale Lauhon 
Sandra Jean Mays 
Monroe Ben Nowotny 
Thomas Carl Sonnenberg 
Bobbie Lynn Weiser 



GAMES 

Ronny Norman Schoenbrun, 

Chairman 
Kathy Hope Camp 
Mansel M. Rubenstrin 
Lois Denny Terence 
Tom John Weigel r Jr. 
Warren Eugene Zimmerman 
Udith Annette Zindler 



HOSPITALITY 

Sandy Faith Fuller, Chairman 
Patrick Edward Barlow 
Patsy Jean Bird 
Anne Brooks 
Elaine Bruce 
Bettye Gleith Cobb 
Jo Ann DeLeon 
Ann Demming 
Marilyn Minette Flaitz 
Geneva Jill Grainger 
Ethyl Maria Johnson 
Virginia Vinson Lawhon 
Marilyn Joan Lewis 



Linda Link 
Helen Faltin Martin 
Linda McDougle 
Maureen Miller 
Judith Murph 
Carol Ann Kawlinson 
Lynn Rutland 
Mary Louise Simpson 
Rosann Thompson 
Patricia Vigeon 
Merida Colgin Watson 
Margo Wiley 



PUBLIC RELATIONS DIVISION 



LUCY ANN COLLINS 

Division Head 

CALENDAR 

Lou Ann Lancaster, Chairman 

Patricia Louise Averham 

Ola Dowell Butler 

Suzanne Collier 

Alton Henry Cook, Jr. 

Diane D. Du Boise 

Jackie Ann Duncan 

Delia Duson 

David Adolph Gershner 

Kathryn Adele Giddens 

Rosemary Clyde House 

Cherry Dian Kendrirk 

Pattye Jayne Kiecke 

Betty Lynn Kilday 



Joan Denys Lentz 
Melinda Dixie Moncus 
Marcia Ann Reynolds 
Sally Ross Risser 
Mary F. Ann Rushton 
Sunny Lee Schulz 
Sara Jane Streater 
Barbara Lee Vermillion 
Dorothy Kay Witt 

NEWSLETTER 

Larry Neal Hurwitz, Chairman 
James Ray Bass 
Murray J. Blank 
Robert Anthony Butler 
Harry David Kirkpatrick 
Janis Lynn Kneblik 
Roberta Ann Love 



Shirley Kay McKinley 
Marilyn Kay Miller 
W. Ruth Miller 
Caroline Sara Moore 
Maurice Samuel Olian 
William Rayford Price 
Marilyn Ann Pyndus 
Milton York Tate, Jr. 

PUBLICITY 

Lloyd Walker Jary, Chariman 
Mary Lee Allen 
Malmda Ellison Bean 
Richard Gerald Chambers 
Jo Lynn Clark 
Richard Rosser Cole 
Beverly Cox 
Linda Diane Durrett 



Rita Carolyn Easlcy 
Glenn Lloyd Garrison 
Marsha Ann Gathright 
Gary Alvin Goldfeder 
Harry David Kirkpatrick 
Kaye Klopfenstein 
Roberta Ann Love 
Ann Jarvis Manning 
Carol Jean Patterson 
Carol Peterson 
John W. Petti John 
Lucille Elizabeth Ra&mussen 
Sandra Lee Sanders 
Edna Frances Sample 
Kay Jacqueline Sanderson 
Sue Shofner 
Laneta Joyce Stefka 



SPECIAL SERVICES DIVISION 



FRANCES ANN RAMSEY 

Division Head 

CHARM 

Jann Turner, Chairman 
Linda Luan Best 
Eleanor Elizabeth Campbell 
Gayla Craig 
Nelda Ann Cummins 
Dorothy Diane Davis 
Mary Jane Dawson 
Suzanne Elizabeth DeHaes 
Karen Ariena deRidder 
Nancy Claire Eppright 
Janet Claire Estes 
Nancy Marie Garrard 
Marsha Gaunt 
Patsy Ruth Henry 
Sharon Louise Henson 
Carlene Johnson 



Sharon Johnson 

Jennalie Kleypas 

Ellen Kimball McCorquodale 

Tucean Virginia Penmngton 

Sally Bea Pope 

Barbara Sue Smith 

Carol Louise Spires 

Suzanne Summers 

Nancy Joyce Tieken 

Mary Louise Waeenfuehr 

Patricia Lee Wall 

Shirley Joyce Walters 

Betty Joan Weide 

Doris Roberta Woolsey 

LEADERSHIP 

Samuel Womack Warner, 

Chairman 

Bert Bently Adkins, Jr. 
Bethyann Barger 



Sid L. Brrger 

Frank Edward Billings 

Stanley Bradford Carruth 

Sally Belle Cowper 

James Denny Dannenbaum 

Sandra Esquivel 

Michael Scott Fry 

Barbara Gene Fuller 

Ray A. Gipson 

Donald Paul Griffith 

Robert Campbell Hewell 

Robert Cameron Hightower 

Cynthia Ann Lee 

Williams Saunders Mason, Jr. 

Sally Kay Maxwell 

Gladene Martha Michel 

David Andrew Millican 

Judith Anne Moriniere 

Kathy Virginia Pollard 

Cynthia Anne Powell 



MARRIED STUDENTS COUNCIL 
Paul McBroom, Chairman 
Davis McGill. 

Representatii-e-at-Large 






Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



B. Arthur 
ohn Asoff 
ishop Bailey 
Everett Culver 
William Fowler 
Kirk Johnson 
Maurice Koledetsky 
J. M. Madden 
Charles Mankin 
Paul McBroom 
Harry Patterson 
Kenneth Peoples 
Richard Redfearn 
Donald Veldman 
Glenn Whickline 
Robert Willingham 







Fronf Row: Martha Cope McBroom, Laura Preston, Janis Janeil Hooten. Sandy Faith Fuller. 

Second Row: Shirley Ann Bird. Sally Kay Maxwell, Joan Carolyn Farquhar, Myloa May Beilke, Lou Ann Lancaster, Laurabelh Elizabeth Grieneelu, Shirley 

Ruth Borden, Mary Jean Todd, Marilyn Ann Boyd, Lucy Ann Collins. 
Third Row: Paul Justin McBroom, Larry Neal Hurwitz. Davii Traywick McGill, Jr., Robert Cameron Hightower, Bobby Glenn Odle, Samuel Womack 

Warner, Ronny Norman Schoenbrun, Lawrence Dean Cobb, Thomas Jay Benner. 



PAOE 372 



TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

DE\VITT CARTER REDDICK, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 
OLIN ETHMER HINKLE, Associate Professor v\ Journalism 
JOHN ARNOLD WALTER, Associate Professor -of English 
ROLAND GOMMEL ROESSNER, Professor of Architecture 



STUDENT MEMBERS 

HARLEY R. CLARK, President of the Students' Association 
EMIL EDWARDS FRIBERG, Assembly Representative 

RICHARD PAGE KEETON, Assembly Representative (Appointed November, 
1957) 

MARK E. LEVITCH, Assembly Representative (Term Expired November, 
1957) 

MARY MARJORIE MENEFEE, Assembly Representative 
JACK WAHLQUIST, Assembly Representative 



EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS 

LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., General Manager 
HARRELL ESTES LEE, Editorial Manager 
D. B. JACK HOLLAND, Dean of Men 
LAURA ELIZABETH FAULK, Cactus Editor 
ROBERT ELTON MIMS, Texan Editor 
RUDOLPH CEDRIC ROCHELLE, Ranger Editor 




tlttfk 




Top Row: Edmonds, Clark. 

Second Row: Faulk, Friberg. 

Third Row: Hinkle, Holland. 

Fourth Row: Keeton, Lee, Levitch. Menefee. 

Fifth Row: Mims, Reddick, Rochelle, Roessner, Wahlquist, Walter. 



PAGE 373 



THE CACTUS 




BETTYE FAULK. Editor-in-Chief 




The 1958 CACTUS has as its aim the presentation of an unusual book 
in an unusual year. As is always the main goal of a yearbook, this CACTUS 
has as its ambition the portrayal of the University as it actually is. This in 
itself is not unusual, but the added something is found in the fact that this 
year we have been celebrating the seventy-fifth anniversary of a great Uni- 
versity a University which nostalgically looks at its past and fervently works 
toward its future. To show the effect of the changes wrought by the plans 
that have been made is the aim of this CACTUS. 

In the makeup of the CACTUS, there is no central theme throughout 
the book. The University of Texas Campus, its Tower, Union, and Main 
Building have been incorporated predominately in the book; and scenes 
which are familiar to you now to bring fond memories in the future. Color 
extends from the end sheet in the front of the book, on to the cactus plant 
which represents us, covering each main division page, and finally closing 
the book on the final end sheet. Honoring the 75th Year of The University, 
The CACTUS has included a section dealing with the past seventy-five 
years of the University and the celebrations of the current year. The book 
is designed to be more representative of every phase of campus life to deal 
with the campus in every respect, to give you a concrete memory of the 
years you spent on the Forty Acres. 

And so we give you the 1958 CACTUS our book and yours the un- 
usual book of the University in an unusual year. We feel that this CACTUS 
is truly representative of all the campus, and not partial to any part of it. 

The staff has been unusually hardworking and cooperative, and sincere 
thanks are given to all of them. Bud Toole, the associate editor and Henry 
Rainbow, the editorial assistant, were invaluable aids in managing the staff 
and assisting with the actual production of the book as was each editor, 
assistant, and staff worker. Special thanks go to Bobbi Dixon, the artist, 
who designed the cover and did all art work in the yearbook. Another year 
ends, another CACTUS is completed, and another book of memories is 
yours. Our thanks to all of you who have directly or indirectly contributed 
to this THE 1958 CACTUS. 




BUD TOOLE, Associate Editor 



HENRY RAINBOW, Editorial Assistant 



PAOH 374 



THE CACTUS 



STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor . 
Editorial Assistant 



BETTYE FAULK 
BUD TOOLE 
HENRY RAINBOW 



SECTION EDITORS 



Advertising 

Athletics .... 

Dorms and Co-ops 

Feature .... 

Fraternity 

Honorary and Service 

Military .... 
Organizations 
Religious and Fine Arts 

Sorority .... 
Student Government . 



VIRGINIA LAWHON 
TOMMY DAVIS 

PEGGY ETTREDGE 
MARY HORNSBY 

SHIRLEY BORDEN 
ANN DONAGHEY 

JUDY HICKMAN 
MARY Jo MADDOX 

ELINOR DRAKE 
JANE ANN MAXWELL 

MARGARET ANN MARTIN 
LAURABETH GRIENEEKS 

PEGGY ETTREDGE 
MARY HORNSBY 

GAE ARMSTRONG 
HENRY RAINBOW 



STAFF ASSISTANTS 



Joyce Bourdon 

Lewis Collins 

Lynn French 

Flo Harden 

Karen Haun 



Emory Kelley 

Barbara Magel 

Roxana Proctor 

Carol Prouty 

Elaine Zaba 







Top Row: Armstrong, Borden, Davis, Donaghey, Drake, Ettredge. 

Second Row: Grieneeks, Hlckman, Hornsby, Lawhon, Maddox, Martin, Maxwell. 



PAGE 375 



THE DAILY TEXAN 





BUD MIMS 
Editor-in-Chief 



BENNY GOODWIN 

Managing Editor, Fall 



The Daily Texan completed its fifty-eighth year of publication m a year of change and challenge for The University of Texas. It was a year which found 
the University at the crossroads of its career as an institution, taking a look backward at where it had been in seventy-five years and look to the future, 



, 
particularly for the next twenty-five years. 

As the University "turned seventy-five," students, faculty, 



adminis 



rators, and layman from all over the state joined together to wish the University a 
on, going over the accomplishments and contributions of the past and charting the 
itutional mandate that The University of Texas shall be *'a University of the first 

ty life to take stock of themselves, to see if their present existence was justified, to 
versity to see if they could meet the challenge of a university with a ''new look." 



, , , 

happy birthday, then settled down to the task of evaluation and project 
goals and needs of the future with a single purpose, to fulfill the Cons 
class," 

It was also a time for individual groups in all phases of Univers 
examine themselves in the light of present and future changes in the Un . m _ __ _ _________ , _____ _ ____ _____ 

It was a year which brought many changes. New administrative officials began tasks and others stepped down. As a result of higher academic standards, 
undergraduates found library facilities crowded and inadequate to meet the new demand. So began the push by students and administration for an open-shelf 
undergraduate library center, a proposal later approved by the Board of Regents. The faculty began work on stronger foreign language requirements both 
for the University and Texas higli schools. The traditional Round-Up parade was abolished as more and more participating groups found that float-making 
and grade-making did not mix. Eighteen student government workshops delved into each area of the campus with critical examinations and evaluations. 

The Daily Texan served as the instrument which collected particulars of these significant events and, in turn, distributed them over the campus in news 
stories and cartoons and editorial comment, using the Texan freedom tradition zealously guarded with responsibility to do what we felt we must toward 
making a University of the first class. 

Frequent quotes in state dailies and the Associated Press on politics, labor, tuition, education, integration, and even the sack dress proved that The Daily 
Texan was considered as a statewide force. 

It was a year of transition for the Texan, too. No longer was the student newspaper merely an extra-curricular activity; the student who worked on the 
1 exan had to give up something else. A smaller but dedicated staff worked long hours under managing editors Benny Goodwin and Ben Siegal to produce 
a paper of the finest caliber and to give the Texan perhaps the highest Associated College Press All-American rating in Texan history. 

Such has been The Daily Texan and The University of Texas for the year 1957-1958. 

BUD MIMS 




STAFF ASSISTANTS 



Odilon Arambula 
John Williamson Barnhill 
William R. Barron 
James Clark Carpenter 
Roberta Lee Downing 
Ken Howard Edmiston 
Marie Josephine Eickmann 
Beverly Sue Fulkes 
Barbara Gene Fuller 
Robert Martin Greenberg 
Claude Raye Hall 
Bethlyn Jean Hand 
William Joseph Helmer 
Julie Landrum Holman 



Ann Huffington 
John Warwick Lee 
Linda May Marshall 
Jane Ann Maxwell 
Gregory Lee Olds 
Patricia Ann Parker 
B. Darwin Payne 
Noe Perez 

George Thomas Pharr 
Betty C. Read 
Barbara Ann Ruesch 
Ginni Ann Steele 
Joy Frances Vandervort 
Claudetta Young 



BEN SIEGAL 

afiite Editor, Spring 



PACK 376 



THE DAILY TEXAN 



Fall 

ROBERT ELTON MIMS . 
BENNY A. GOODWIN . 
NATHANIEL BUNCH EADS . 
DONALD PAUL KNOLES 
JOHN PATRICK TRULY . 
GEORGE E. RUNGE 
KAREN KLINEFELTER . 
GERALD CLAUDE GREEN 

JACK P. MOSELEY . 
PHYLLIS COFFEE . 
EDO C. CLARK 
CARL DEAN HOWARD 
NINA JUNE McCAiN 
MARY MARJORIE MENEFEE 
ROBB KENDRICK BURLAGE . 



CYRENA Jo NORMAN 



STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief . 
Managing Editor 
News Editors 

Sports Editor 
Amusements Editor 
Women's Editor . 
Sports Intramural 

Co-ordinator 
Wire Editor . 
Feature Editor . 
Editorial Assistants 



Editor 75th Issue 
Assistant Editor 
of 75th Issue . 

Panorama Editor 



Spring 

ROBERT ELTON MIMS 
BEN NATHAN SIEGAL 
GEORGE E. RUNGE 

RODNEY WALDROP PIRTLE 
JAMES THOMAS HOLMAN 
KAREN KLINEFELTER 



ROBERT E. COGSWELL 
ROBERTA ANN LOVE 
CARL DEAN HOWARD 
NINA JUNE McCAiN 
MARY MARJORIE MENEFEE 

ROBB KENDRICK BURLAGE 

JIMMY D. THORNTON 
CYRENA Jo NORMAN 



NIGHT EDITORS 

Don B. Clark Carolyn Seay 

Edward James Nixon Ben Nathan Siegal 

Cyrena Jo Norman Dolores Silva 

Marion Bess Simon 



DESK EDITORS 

Ramon Thomas Autrey, Jr. Mary Elizabeth Hornsby 
Don Edward Bott Donald Paul Knoles 

Marilyn Adele Frazier Joan Elizabeth McKnight 

Jimmy D. Thornton 




Top Row: Bott. Burlage, D. Clark. Coffee. Eads, Frazier, Green. 

Second Row: Hornsby, Howard, Klinefelter, Knoles, McCain, Menefee, Moseley. 

Third Roic: Norman, Runge, Seay, Silva, Simon, Thornton, Truly. 



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THE TEXAS RANGER 




Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor . 
Exchange Editor . 
Feature Editor 
Photography Editor 
Humor Editor 
Copy Editor . 



STAFF 



RUDY ROCHELLE 
FRANK STACK 
LYNN ASHBY 
JIM RUSSELL 
BILL HELMER 
HARRY KIRKPATRICK 
RAY AUTREY 



RUDY ROCHELLE 

Editor-in-Chief 




FRANK STACK 

Associate Editor 



WRITERS 
Leonard Giesecke 
Jon Bracker 

Joice McLain 

Claude Hall 

Wayne Scott 

ARTISTS 
Butch Barnes 

Harry Holland 

Rick McBride 

John Nuhn 

Gilbert Wyrick 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Jackie Jenkins 

Murray Patton 

Paul Hope 



CONTRIBUTORS 



Joan Allen 
Odilon Arambula 
Jay Lawrence Bright 
Edith Anne Bush 
Willis Powell DufT, Jr. 



Ken Howard Edmiston 

Jack Edward Estes 

Bungie Fry 

Jo Ellen Gill 

Ernest Malcolm Jordan 



Lynwood Alois Krenerk 
Henry Willard Lende, Jr. 
Robert Neal Maisel 
Edward James Nixon 
Patricia Ann Parker 



Dennis Clay Roberts 
Gayle Sutherland 
William Watkins West, Jr. 
Emerson Rudolph Whetstone 



PAOE 378 



THE TEXAS RANGER 



Hairy A. Ranger and his renegade band of humor rustlers fought their way through seven sometimes funny, 
often controversial, and always censored issues in 1957-1958. 

As usual, a core of hardened sco-proers, class cutters, and campus libertines formed the nucleus of the staff. 
However, a list of characters that would rival the cast of a Cecil B. DeMille movie drifted in and out of the Ranger 
office with their smutty little compositions trying to persuade the editor to print them. 

The 1957-1958 Ranger also managed to conquer that looming monster capitalism by making more money 
and selling more issues than in recent years. 

Eyebrow raisers for the year were: 

SEPTEMBER A virgin made the statues on the Mall come to life. 

OCTOBER A scantily clad Girl of the Month that Playboy Magazine wanted to use as their playmate. 

NOVEMBER Plot to prematurely ignite the Aggie bonfire. 

DECEMBER Professor's Eye View giving the faculty's opinion of how the students look. 

FEBRUARY A cover that was never printed because it had scrawled across it, "THE UNIVERSITY IS 
GOING TO HELL." 

MARCH A Round-Up Administration float that hit uncomfortably close to some campus personalities. 

APRIL Life Magazine parody with a concise history of the Texas Revolution that made loyal Texans' 
blood boil. 




Front Row: Kirkpatrick, Wyrick, Autrey, Rochelle, Ashby, Unknown Intruder, Stack. 
Second Row: Russell, Jenkins, McLain, Barnes, Hall. 



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TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. 



BUSINESS STAFF 



LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., General Manager 

HARRELL ESTES LEE, Editorial Manager 

FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY, Business Manager 

MARY ARNOLD, Office Manager, Secretary 

DOROTHY MOODY, Comptroller 

PEARL GHORMLEY, Circulation Manager 

MARY MARGARET FRAZIER, Advertising Manager 

WILLIAM THOMAS HAYS, Mechanical Superintendent 



MARGUERITE FREEMAN, Cactus Supervisor 

INGE SULLIVAN, Office Assistant 

DONALD WILLIAM KYLE, Advertising Office Assistant 

JOHN C. HARRISS, Office Assistant 

FRANCES ANDERSON, Office Assistant 

WILLIAM JOSEPH HELMER, Photographer 

DUDLEY WARD ROBERTS, Photographer 

PAUL DUAINE HOPE, Photographer 



DAILY TEXAN ADVERTISING SALESMEN 
ROGER HARMON BROACH JAMES PAUL PILES 



JAMES HENRY COCHRAN 
JON RUSSELL HORNADAY 
KENNETH WARREN NORDEMAN 



Louis RICHARD SMITH, III 

MARK S. SMITH 

NOBLE HOUSTON WELCH 



TEXAS RANGER ADVERTISING SALESMEN 
WALTER WINN DURHAM JUDITH ROSENFIELD 

CACTUS ADVERTISING SALESMEN 

WILLIAM NOEL COPELAND JOAN ELIZABETH DOMASCHK 

VIRGINIA VINSON LAWHON 







Top Row: Edmonds, Lindsey, Lee, Frazier. 
Second Row: Arnold, Freeman, Moody, Sullivan. 
Third Row: Anderson, Harms, Kyle, Hays, Ghormley. 



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DORMS AND 
CO-OPS 



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ALL CAMPUS ADVISORS 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Fall 

SHANNON HOWARD 
SALLY KAY MAXWELL 
MARGARET ANN WHITE 
CAROL ROSALYN COURTNEY 



Chairman . 
Vice-Chairman 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Reporter . 



Spring 

SHANNON HOWARD 
SALLY KAY MAXWELL 
MARGARET ANN WHITE 
CAROL ROSALYN COURTNEY 



Paula June Craig 
Carol Ann Craig 
Marcia Anne Hargrove 
Mary Elian Herron 
Patricia E. Horridge 



ANDREWS DORMITORY 

Dorothy May Janak 
V. Rogene Kaderli 
Marilyn Jeanette Meyer 
Doris Ann Moore 
Mary Ann Moroney 



Cynthia Anne Powell 
Mary M. Warren, 

Counseling Supervisor 
Margaret Lou Watson, 

Chairman 



Wana Lee Broughton 
Linda Kay Carter 
Doris E. Deter 
Delia Duson 
Jean Barrillon Felder 
Mary Sharon Green 
Lenore Carol Highland 
Rosemary Clyde House 



BLANTON DORMITORY 

Judith Mueller Jacobs 
LaVerne Johnston 
Nancy C. Jones 
Cecile Lloyd 
Sally Kay Maxwell 
Patricia Lucille Meyer 
Mary Ann Rushton 
Edna Frances Sample 



Sally Ann Schneider 
Lou Ann Scott 
Kathleen Anne Sherry 
Mary Kate Surratt, Chairman 
Margaret Ann White 
Frances B. Shelton, 
Counseling Supervisor 



Leona Mae Carter 
Jackie Ann Duncan 
Nanette Lee Greenfeld 
Camille Carol Hanlon 
Marilyn Grace House, 
Chairman 



CAROTHERS DORMITORY 

Betty Lynn Kilday 
Lou Ann Lancaster 
Diane Lander 
Nancy Jo Martin 
Bobette Eleanor Morris 
Patricia Ann Smith 



Sara Jane Streater 
Avis Andrea Tieber 
Helen Elizabeth Wear 
Claudia White 
Bura W. Van Hoove, 
Counseling Supervisor 



Martha Dean Boroughs 
Sally Catherine Chenault 
Barbara Lois Dickey 
Patricia Gayle Eagle 
Joan Carolyn Farquhar 



KIRBY HALL 

Janet E. Hagler 
Sidney Jean Hultgren 
Marilyn Joyce Kaarup 
Alma Jean Merwin, Chairman 
Janenne Jill Miller 



Freida Weisblatt 
Carolyn Williams, (I) 
Irene T. Powers, 
House Director 



Phyllis Ann Borden, Chairman 
Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon 
Nancy Margaret Cheek 
Sally Belle Cowper 
Catherine Clark Eden 
Lynn Isabelle French 
Patricia Ruth Griffin 



LITTLEFIELD DORMITORY 

Nancy Bryan Hunt 
M. Maurine Motter 
Karen McKinney 
Laura Preston 
Suzanne Lee Stark 
Carolyn Ann Thomas 
Linda Ellen Thompson 



Jen Gary Tomlinson 
Patricia Vigeon 
Jo Ann Watkins 
Julia Quay Williams 
Betty Ann Willmann 
Margaret Martin, 

Counseling Supervisor 



Winifred Marie Conlon, 
Spring Chairman 

Mildred Ann Dorotik, 
Fall Chairman 



NEWMAN HALL 

Betty Joe Greene 
Joyce Elaine Kutac 
Nora Marie Parma 
Jane Frances Specek 



Kathcrine Louise Voetmann 
Barbara Ann Zurovec 
Sister Mary Sabina, Director 
Mrs. F. I. Miles, Hostess 



Bonnie Jane Apple 

Shirley Ruth Borden 

Mary Anna Burris 

Nita Suzanne Chaudoin 

Carolyn Mozclle Clements 

Carol Rosalyn Courtney 

Janice Lois Edds 

Katheryn Fagan 

Mariam Louise Ciller 

Carolyn Janet Haley, Chairman 



SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY 

Katharine Harwell 
Patricia Anne Haynes 
Janic Henderson 
Shannon Howard 
Cynthia Ann Lee 
Carolyn Elizabeth Lcggett 
Linda Margaret Mahan 
Marilyn Morris 
Norma Jane Nix 
Martha Powers 



Elizabeth Ann Rumph 
Jo Ann Sohn 
Nancy LaNell Stanley 
Emily Sue Stinson 
Ray Davis Torian 
Kathcrine Wallace 
Charlotte Anne Williams 
Maude Ballard, 

Head Resident Counselor 






PACE 382 



ANDREWS DORMITORY 



STAFF 



Dormitory Counselor Supervisor 
Dormitory Resident Counselor 



MARY M. WARREN 
MATTIE H. LASSITER 



OFFICERS 

President PATRICIA E. HORRIDGE 

Vice-President W. ELLEN BELCHER 

Reporter LINDA KAY WEST 

Social Chairman ELLEN SERENA MARTIN 

Treasurer BARBARA D'ANNE LEVIN 



ADVISORS 
Paula June Craig 
Carol Ann Grain 
Marcia Anne Hargrove 
Mary Elian Herron 
Patricia E. Horridge 
Dorothy May Janak 
V. Rogene Kaderli 
Marilyn Jeanette Meyer 
Doris Ann Moore 
Mary Ann Moroney 
Cynthia Anne Powell 
Margaret Lou Watson 




Front Row. Belcher, West, Levin, Martin. 

Second Row: Grain, Craig, Herron, Watson. 

Third Row: Meyer, Kaderli, Powell, Horridge, Moore, Moroney, Janak. 




Front Row: Nancy Lou Owen, Fay Aileen Guernsey, Barbara D'Anne Levin, Linda Hubbell, Beryl Kathryn Lee, Sandra Neal McCarver, Linda Kay 

West. 
Second Row: Mary Lou Reifel, Dorothy Carolyn Martin, Helen Ruth Davis, Jo Ann Jimmerson, Dorothy May Janak, Ellen Serena Martin, Mary M. 

Warren, Mattie H. Lassiter. 

Third Row: Julia Ann Woodson, Maxine Elizabeth Schuhmann, Lee Ann Luke Michalske, Maxine Usry, Jo Ann Studdert. 
Fourth Row: Paula Elizabeth Ross, Mary Moore, Marilyn Jeanette Meyer, F. Eloise Newberry, Betty Jean McBrayer, Martha Doyle Jee, Mary Kathryn 

Gore, Mary Elian Herron, Connie Marie Anderson, Mary Ann Moroney, Suzan Ruth Potter^ Doris Ann Moore. Margaret Lou Watson. 
Fifth Row: Mary Kathleen Sullivan, Cynthia Anne Powell, Gayle Guyton, Nancy Elizabeth Thrilt, Margee Ann McClenahan, Joyce Darlene Uhlig, 

Joyce Carol Crawford, Edith Jane Wynne, Mary Lee Linnett. 



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BLANTON DORMITORY 

STAFF 

Resident Supervisor FRANCES SH ELTON 

HOUSE COUNCIL 

OFFICERS 

President SALLY KAY MAXWELL 

V ice-President LA VERNE JOHNSTON 

Secretary CYRENA Jo NORMAN 

Treasurer NATALIE STOUT 



ADVISORS 



Mary Kate Surratt, President 

Edna Frances Sample, Secretary 

Linda Kay Carter 

Doris E. Deter 

Delia Duson 

Jean Barrillon Felder 

Mary Sharon Green 

Lenore Carol Highland 

Rosemary Clyde House 

Judith Mueller Jacobs 



LaVerne Johnston 
Nancy C. Jones 
Cecile Lloyd 
Sally Kay Maxwell 
Patricia Lucille Meyer 
Mary F. Ann Rushton 
Sally Ann Schneider 
Lou Ann Scott 
Kathleen Anne Sherry 
Margaret Ann White 




Front Row: Sample, Lloyd, Jones. 

Second Ron-: Duson, Rush ton, Sherry, Meyer, Highland, Scott, Stout. 
Third Row: House, Jacobs, Carter, Green, Deter, Johnston. 
Fourth Row: White, Surratt, Maxwell, Shehon, Norman, Felder. 



384 



CAROTHERS DORMITORY 



STAFF 



Director . 

Counselor 

Counselor 



BURA W. VAN HOOVE 
ELINOR JANICE KIRBY 
ANN OUSLEY 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 



SUZANNE ELIZABETH SIMONS 
FLEETWOOD VINSON WARNER 
HAROLYN JEAN THOMAS 
ANNA MARIE FASKE 
GRETCHEN ANNAH SCHNEIDER 



Leona Mae Carter 
Jackie Ann Duncan 
Nanette Lee Greenfeld 
Camille Carol Hanlon 
Martha Louise Hawkins 



ADVISORS 

Marilyn Grace House, Chairman 
Betty Lynn Kilday 
Lou Ann Lancaster 
Diane Lander 
Nancy Jo Martin 
Bobette Eleanor Morris 



Patricia Ann Smith 
Sara Jane Streater 
Avis Andrea Tieber 
Helen Elizabeth Wear 
Claudia White 




icii, Virginia nnzaoein naaaen, Daroara Ann Magel, iamvia j.ic .*!. *.i,mi*. 
Fourth Row: Patty A. Dunne, Virginia Fay Carroll Janice Brashears Rose Mary Rodgers, Judith Christine Fisher, Margaret Ellen Nabours, Jane 
Roger Goss, Nanci Ann Schabrehar, Janey Lee Muller, Charlyne Louise Cyphers. 



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ELIZA DEE HALL 



STAFF 



Superintendent 

Head Resident Counselor . 

Food Production and Service 



CARMEN LOWRY 
ALMETRIS M. DUREN 
MARGARET T. MCCRACKEN 



OFFICERS 



House Chairman . 
Advisors 



JUNE LAURIE SINGLETARY 
Jo ANN MCCAIN 
OCTAVINE DAVIS 



RESIDENTS 



Zenobia Early Bedford 
Billie Joyce Bennett 
Lillian K. Bradley 
Octavine Davis 
Catherine LaNell Doswell 
Charlene Echols 
Georgia Lee Evans 
Carol Lee Frank 
Paula Fuller 
Velma Land Grays 
Rose Anna Green 
Helen Avon Gordon 
Gwendolyn Harris 
Gloria Lee Hay wood 



Frankie Jerlene Jackson 
Mary Evelyn Jones 
Jo Ann McCain 
Carolyn Nan Mims 
Doris Marie Price 
Arthurine Sims 
June Laurie Singletary 
Sandra Sheryl Stevenson 
Janice Lynn Strickland 
Gloria Jean Tillman 
Lydia Ruth Williams 
Mabel Joyce Wilson 
Myra Nell Young 




Franl Roti': Harris, Wilson. Jackson, Echols, Young, McCain, Singletary. 

Second Row: Duren, Bedford, Lowry, Grays, Bradley, Haywood. 

Third Ram: Jones, Sims, Davis, Tillman, Strickland, Stevenson, Evans, Mims, McCrarken, Frank, Fuller. 



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GRACE HALL 

Episcopal Dormitory for Girls 



STAFF 



Director . . . . 
Assistant to the Director 



OFFICERS 



President 

V ice-President .... 
Secretary, Treasurer, Reporter 
Chaplain 



MARTHA GAVIN 
MRS. M. L. MOON 



HELEN WYNYARD BELLHOUSE 
FLORENCE PATRICIA CALHOON 
MARJORIE BETH SAENGER 
GLENDA GAYLE FURSE 



ADVISORS 

Florence Patricia Calhoon, Chairman 
Marjorie Beth Saenger, Chairman 
Betty Jane Fail 
Harriette Almira Jones 
Millicent Lurene Kipp 
Diana Elizabeth Nagle 
Mary Susan Nesbit 
Vonnabeth Gail Redmon 




Front Row: Dottye Rozann Shivers, Elissa Maria Maneval, Sharon Lee Edson, Judith 
Margaret Moss, Sally Jean Ely, Gail Stroker, Peggy Anne Knight. 

Second Row: Marjorie Beth Saenger, Mary Elizabeth Seals, Sonya Frederica Cadek, 
Deanna Kay Swartz, Molly Kay Bovinich, Diana Elizabeth Nagle, Linda Lou Walker, 
Virginia Elizabeth Hall. 




Front Row: Judy Kay Boland Lyndabel Elizabeth Henry, Mary Kay Fenwick. Jane Catharine Wilson. Patsy Sue Scruggs. Janice King Woods, 
Medora Adnance Parker, Gail Harvill, Judith Anne Stainton, Ayree Jane Klotz, Linda Sue Anderson, Harriette Elizabeth Allen, Martha Kay 
Northington, Ann McCarroll, Arleen Ray Trowbridge, Glenda Gayle Furse, Loretta Hammons. 

Second Row: Susan Margaret Johnstone, Carlene Elizabeth Bunce, Elizabeth Anne Jennings. Nancy Marilyn Price, Carol Linda Vincent, Karen Regina 
Romine, Elka Charlotte Hawbold, Cecile Clark Lumpkin, Helen Wynyard Bellhouse, Phyllis Adele Mullinger, Janice Kay Goodwin, Margaret Jo 
Monsees, Florence Patricia Calhoon, Marcia Lee Hagelman. Katherine Ellen Sauls, Bonner Helene Gladney, Harriette Almira Jones, Ann Brand- 
stetter, Mary Susan Nesbit, Sally Ann Mayfield, Bette Jo Childers, Millicent Lurene Kipp, Betty Jane Fail. 



PACE 387 



KIRBY HALL 



STAFF 

Director IRENE T. POWERS 

Counselor ASPASIA TASSOS 



ADVISORS 



Alma Jean Merwin, Chairman 



Malinda Ellison Bean 
Wilma Kathryn Beck 
Martha Dean Boroughs 
Sally Catherine Chenault 
Barbara Lois Dickey 
Patricia Gayle Eagle 



Joan Carolyn Farquhar 
Janet E. Hagler 

Sidney Jean Hultgren 
Marilyn Joyce Kaarup 
Janenne Jill Miller 
Frieda Weisblatt 



Carolyn Williams 







I 



Front Row: Sharon Sue Scars, Jane Thomas, Barbara Ellen Barnes, Lou Ann Corbel!, Rose Marie Gill, Mary Lou Freeman, Frances Estelle Bluhin. 

Aspasia Tassos, Marta Consuelo Nanez, Karen Jo Tenney, Anna Nadine Osmon, Nora Jean Hite, Gerolyn Virginia Cagle. 
Second Row: Sidney Jean Hultgren, Linda Caytes Milam. Dora Elizabeth Reagan, Virginia Kay Jordan, Judith Vermelle Cody, Judith Carolynn 

l/.inl. Carolyn Williams, IV, Connie Sue Cook, Dorothy Kaye Laxson, Katherine Janelle Moore, Nancy Sue Faust, Patsy Ann Robinson, Marilyn 

Elaine Moench, Sandra Lou Williams, Marcia Anne Stewman. 
Third Row: Patricia R. Quebe, Leta Fauneil O'Dell, Molly Lynn Pearson, Donna Beth McCormick, Martha Janice Davis, Barbara Gail Ricketson, 

Reba Nell Hoelscher, Patricia Joan Rellahan. Joyce Lynette Smith, Janice Ellein Howard, Edith Anne Frost, Sara Evelyn Stinebaugh. 
Fourth Row: Janis Virginia Little, Alice Joyce Cushman, Nita Sue Sandel, Mary Carolyn Johnson. Patsy Jane Hays, Peggy Lou Schomburg, Penny 

Charlotte Pinckard, Judith Dean Houghton, Barbara Nell Horton, Helen Eleanor Robertson, Diana Mae Curtino, Persephone McClure, Eleanor 

Katherine Pert*) 1 , Ruby Lois Petrusek. 



PAOE388 



LITTLEFIELD DORMITORY 



Front Row: Thompson, Bourdon, Watkins, Borden. 

Second Row: Vigeon, McKinney, Eden, Thomas. 

Third Row: French, Stark, Motter. 

Fourth Row: Martin, Williams. 

Fifth Row: Cowper, Cheek, Preston, Tomlinson, Hunt, Willmann. 



STAFF 

Director MARGARET ANN MARTIN 

Counselor ALICE BEGLEY 

Counselor BETTY McGoNiGLE 



ADVISORS 

Phyllis Ann Borden 
Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon 
Nancy Margaret Cheek 
Sally Belle Cowper 
Catherine Clark Eden 
Lynn Isabelle French 
Patricia Ruth Griffin 
Nancy Bryan Hunt 
Karen McKinney 
Helen Faltin Martin 
Margaret Maurine Motter 
Laura Preston 
Suzanne Lee Stark 
Carolyn Ann Thomas 
Linda Ellen Thompson 
Jen Gary Tomlinson 
Patricia Vigeon 
Jo Ann Watkins 
Julia Quay Williams 
Betty Ann Willmann 





Patricia Virginia Aldrich, Natalie Krasnow. 
Sixth Row: Barbara Lynn Grow, Mary Kathryn Miller, Virginia Anne Walker, Vanda Lou Latham, Patricia Lou Tandy, Sarah Rebekah Foster, Jud 

Anne Laughlin, Mary Margaret Schadewald, Mary Lou Hagood, Barbara Kay Ekblad, Annes Yvonne Geis, Sandra Jeanne Sager, Judith Mari 

Ewing, Patsy Jo France, Carol Jean Newcomer. 
Seventh now: Sarah Alice Gilmore, Ann Demming, Anne Elizabeth Beard, Janice Ann Carter, Mary Malcolm Cummins, Patricia Ann Price, Bill:'~ T "~' 

Traweek, Jan Bredt, Jo Anne Walker, Ann Cole Lentz, Gail McGinnis, Carole Gene Ferguson, Jamie Beth Hatch, Jaret Octavia Peavy, 

Judy Lyle, Patricia Vigeon. 



lie Jean 
Adele 



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MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS 



BRACKENRIDGE HALL 



Dormitory Supervisor . . . . 
Intramural Manager . . . . 
COUNSELORS 
Donald Louis Carmichacl 
James Donald Knickcr 



BOBBY G. DYER 
BOBBY G. DYER 

Carl Thomas White 
Hcrschel C. Winn 



PRATHER HALL 

Dormitory Supervisor . . MARVIN EUGENE BECK 
Intramural Manager . . . JOHN ASHWORTH BRKVARD 
COUNSELORS 

Robert Eugene Jones 
Roger Allan Lewis 



David George Bradford 
John Ashworth Brevard 



MOORE-HILL HALL 



Dormitory Supervisor . 
Assistant Supervisor 
Intramural Manager . 

Frank Edward Billings 
George F. Foerster 
Perry A. Johns 
Jimmie L. Magill 
William Fred Miller 



MORGAN- K. WILLIAMS 
CLIFFORD FRANKLIN McMASTER 
RONALD R. B. HOLZMANN 



COUNSELORS 



Dan Allen Myers 
James Irvine Perkins, Jr. 
John Stanley Rabun 
Joseph H. Slocum 
Phillip Robert Zeeck 



ROBERTS HALL 

Supervisor EMANUEL ANDRUS HEBERT 

Intramural Manager .... EMANUEL ANDRUS HEBERT 

COUNSELORS 

Thomas Andrew Atchison Peter Hans Lohse 

Steven Edward Blesch Stuart Ncal Pullcn 



LITTLE CAMPUS DORMITORY 

Supervisor FRANK D. LONADIER 

Intramural Manager MC\EIL JOHNSTON 

Counselor GEORGE ABADJIAN 

CLIFF COURTS 

Supervisor RONALD LENTON JONES 

Intramural Manager .... WESLEY BEN KUENEMANN 

COUNSELORS 
George Walter Henderson Wesley Ben Kuenemann 

SAN JACINTO DORMITORIES 

A 

Supervisor JOHN HARRISON WHITE 

Intramural Manager . . . JAMES ROBERT BENBROOK 
Counselor EDUARDO EVARISTO DE ASES 

B C and D 

Supervisor ROLAND LARRY MATTHEWS 

Intramural Manager .... LESLIE ERWIN OPPERMAN 

COUNSELORS 
Donald Ray Janak Fred Robert Pepper 

F G and H 

Supervisor HURSHAL FRANKLIN MOORE 

Intramural Manager .... MONTE PATRICK WILLIAMS 

COUNSELORS 

Andrew Leon Jefferson Milton Lamond Verner 

James Hilton Stroman 



SIMKINS HALL 

Supervisor PAUL MARTYN WHISTLER 

Intramural Manager .... JAMES WYLIE McBRiDE 

COUNSELORS 

John Quincy Adams Morgan Enlow Shipman 

John Clement Riley, III Jack Rainard Wahlquist 



1 




I 



f'rorif ff;c; Bobby G. Dyer, Jack Katnard Wahlquist, Donald Louis Carmichac), James \Vylie McBride. John Clement Riley, Peter Hans Lohse, Frank 
Edward Billing. 

Stcond Ro:t ; Paul Martin Whistler ; Herschel C. Winn, Morgan Enlow Shipman, Wesley Ben Kuenemann, Jack Edward Landry, Beamon McNeil John- 
son, Kiuaiitirl Amlrus Hebert, Stuart Neal Pullen. 

Third Ron: Morgan (ius Williams IlurOial Franklin Moore, Gerald Dodson James, Perry A. Johns, Ronald L. Jones, Donald K.i\ Janak, James Donald 
Kniker, Thomas Andrew Atrhison. 

Fourth Rou : James Irvine Perkins, Jr., Clifford Franklin Mr Master, George F. Foerster, Phillip Robert Zeeck, Ronald R. B. Holzmann, Joseph Hoyt 
Slocum, Leslie Erwin Hoppertnann. 



PJE 390 



NEWMAN HALL 



STAFF 



Director 
Social Hostess 



SISTER M. SABINA 
MRS. F. I. MILES 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer . 
Freshman Representative 



WINIFRED MARIE CONLON 
CARLA DIANE KUNZ 
VIRGINIA KATE JOHN 
JOY ANN GEORGE 



ADVISORS 



Mildred Ann Dorotik, Chairman 
Winfred Marie Conlon 
Betty Joe Greene 
Joyce Elaine Kutac 



Nora Marie Parma 
Jane Frances Spacek 

Katherine Louise Voetmann 
Barbara Ann Zurovec 




, 



Front Row: Georgia Ann Kahanek, Bettye Jean Krenek, Patricia Joan Hoin, Jane Frances Spacek, Eva Dardanella (Jut-mi. Maria Aurora Ramirez, 

Margaret Mary Kosh, Biilie Waldyn Koenig, Mary Rose Strauss, Emily Ann Kvinta. 
Second Row: Joyce Elaine Kutac, Carolyn Littell Nesrsta, Joy Ann George. 
Thhd Row. Carla Diane Kunz, Anita Sylvia Garcia, Barbara Jane Gurecky, Phyllis Ann Wiegand. Mary Evelyn Timinins Prado, Susan Anne Lieber- 

man, Mrs. Martin T. Conray, Mary Paul Wright, Gloria B. Castaneda, Mary Elizabeth Cook, Helaine Mary Nickuin, Ching-Chao Tung. 
Fourth Row: Winifred Marie Conlon, Pamela Ruth Parsons, Barbara Ann Zurovec, Mary Jane Lewis, Marie Dolores Martinez, Virginia Pastor De la 

Pena, Kiyoko Ishikawa, Estela De La Garza, Mary Elizabeth Aguirre, Barbara Dolores Smith, Cecilia Anne Lomonte, Mary C. Mainz, Caroline 

Jean Kubala, Carolyn Sue Safar, Virginia Kate John. 
Fifth Row: Mary Jane Strauch, Marilyn Ann DeSalme, Mary Margaret Hughes, Cynthia Ann Tlucek, Emma Isabel Goode, Gayle Lynne Thompson, 

Elaine Marie Robertson, Betty Joe Greene, Kathleen Anne MacKenna, Suzanne Rita Short, Nora Marie Parma, Florence Therese Jakle, Mildred 

Ann Dorotik, Karen Elizabeth Johnston, Donna Nickola Meagher. 

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SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY 



STAFF 



Director 

Acting Head Resident Counselor 
Food Production & Service Manager 

Office Manager 

Housekeeping Supervisor 

Head Gardener 

Chief Engineer 

Superintendent of Laundry . 



ALICE C. MCCONNELL 
MAUDE BALLARD 
ISORA COOKE 
LILLIAN JENKS 
JEAN BURRELL 
GILBERT MCEACHERN 
THOR E. CARLSON 
ROY DOUGHERTY 



OFFICERS 

Chairman CAROLYN JANET HALEY 

V ice-Chairman LINDA MARGARET MAHAN 

Secretary NORMA JANE Nix 

Publicity PATRICIA ANNE HAYNES 



Bonnie Jane Apple 
Shirley Ruth Borden 
Mary Anna Burris 
Nita Suzanne Chaudoin 
Carolyn Mozelle Clements 
Carol Rosalyn Courtney 
Janice Lois Edds 
Katheryn Fagan 
Miriam Louise Ciller 



ADVISORS 

Carolyn Janet Haley 
Katharine Harwell 
Patricia Anne Haynes 
Janie Henderson 
Shannon Howard 
Cynthia Ann Lee 
Carolynn Elizabeth Leggett 
Linda Margaret Mahan 
Marilyn Morris 



Norma Jane Nix 
Martha Powers 
Elizabeth Ann Rumph 
Jo Ann Sohn 
Nancy LaNell Stanley 
Emily Sue Stinson 
Ray Davis Torian 
Katherine Wallace 
Charlotte Anne Williams 




I -"'it Rou-: Mahan, Harwell, Rumph, Borden. 

Second Row: Wallace, Powers, Sohn, Haley, Courtney, Stinson. 

Third Rou: Stanley, Howard, Clements, Pagan, Williams, Legsrll. Henderson, Giller, Chaudoin. Edds. 



PAOF. 392 



INTER CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL 

The purpose of INTER CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL is to act as a governing body to the mutual 
interest of the individual co-operatives and to unite the existing co-operatives into a strong entity. To pro- 
mote expansion, public relations, social activities and scholarship. 




Front Row: Polsky, Silva, Fulkes, Thompson, Karen Morphew. 

Second Row: Funderburk, Green, Miles, Beane, Covert, Stella Sharron Smith, Gayle Louise Coe. 

Third Row: Mary Catharine Pruessner, Carmichael, Colby, Dorothy Lee Stockton, Anthony Girard Lozano, Ralph Garland Yoas, 

Fourth RO-JL-; Birdsong, Wilson, Bernadine Mary Hugman, Manuel Jerome Behne, Edward Francis Burke, Clark. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Parliamentarian 
Sponsors 



RICHARD ARLIN STANLEY 
RALPH LAWRENCE CARMICHAEL 
REBECCA ANN WILSON 
JOHN THOMAS ROVVNTREE, JR. 
BARBARA F. POLSKY 
DOROTHY GEBAUER 
EDWIN BOOTH PRICE 



WOMEN'S REPRESENTATIVES 



MEN'S REPRESENTATIVES 



HALSTEAD 

Mary Elizabeth Hornsby 
Mary Gayle Green 

PEARCE 

Carol Ann Brown 
Charlotte Straznicky 

POWELL 

Miriam G. Mallari 
Greta Lynn Thompson 
Sue Katherine Walker 

SHANGRI-LA 

Katherine Del Gullette 



THEADORNE 

Rosanne Teal 
Ina Lea Tucker 

VALHALLA 

Kathleen Silva 

WAKONDA 

Betty Jo Miles 

WHITEHALL 

Linda Sue Covert 
Beverly Sue Fulkes 



ALHAMBRA 

Joe Frederick Burke 
Frank Michael Colby 

CAMPUS GUILD 

Patrick Andrew Myers 
Ben Alvis Stafford 

OAK GROVE 

Marshall Kent Fundcrburk 
Fred N. Pfeiffer 

THELEME 

James Dale Birdsong 
Robert Willard Clark 
Charles Allen Shoemake 



TLOK 

Philip Wayne Davis 
Robert Cloyes McCurry 

TWIN PINES 

William Frederick Beane 
Frank T. Carmona 
Herman Eugene Kahanek 

STAG 

William Kelly Bowne 
David Oliver Dawson 



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ALHAMBRA HOUSE 



The Alhambra House is an approved voluntary group consisting of members joined together to pro- 
vide a democratic living organization for deserving students. 




Front Row: Salinas, Frausto, R. Martinez, Resendez. 
Second Row; Gonzales, Morales, G. Ruiz. Uresti, M, Ruiz. 
Third Row; Colby, Longoria. E. Burke. Velasquez. J. Burke. 



Fall 

JOSEPH FREDERICK BL-RKE 
ROY MARTINEZ 
ARTURO B. MARTINEZ 
AMADOR GARCIA . 
FRANK MICHAEL COLBY . 
OSCAR BARRIENTOS 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Social Chairman . 
Detail Manager 



Spring 

ROY MARTINEZ 
LEONEL GARZA 
ROBERTO MIRELES SALINAS 
ARTURO B. MARTINEZ, JR. 
LEONEL GARZA 
AMADOR GARCIA 



Oscar Barrientos 
Edward Francis Burke 
Joseph Frederick Burke 
Frank Michael Colby 
Manuel De Jesus Frausto 
Arnador Garcia 



MEMBERS 

Leonel Gar/a 
Rogelio Gonzales 
Rolando Longaria 
Arturo B. Martinez, Jr. 
Roy Marline/ 
Andres Castillo Morales 



Ruben D. Resendez 
Gustavo Sergio Ruiz 
Manuel Ruiz, Jr. 
Roberto Mireles Salinas 
Gilberto Uresti 
Manuel Velasquez 



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CAMPUS GUILD 



The Campus Guild is a co-operative living and dining association for male students of The University- 
of Texas. It is a non-profit democratic organization. 




Front Row: Tung, Wittier, Heller. 

Second Ron: Veteto, Chism, R. N. Maisel, Travis Aubrey Koehler, McCollom, Cooper, Hoffman, McCann, Pritchett. 

Third Row: Jones, Berkman, Behringer, T. Myers, Fowler, Hengy, Craig. 

Fourth Row: Naranjo, Whitney, Chiang, Tanksley, Stafford, Crawford. 

Fifth Roiv: Pringle, Young, Wright, Hammons, H. Troell, A. Ramirez, Riley. 

Sixth Row: Vogel, Spencer, Hamrick, Pennington, Hoelzel. Dittert, Brown. 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
House Vice-President . 
Kitchen Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor . 



JACK RICHARD COOPER 
BEN ALVIS STAFFORD 
TOM CARTER MYERS 
JAMES EDGAR CRAWFORD 
DAVID MINET HOFFMAN 
WILLIAM R. RASCHKE 



Chauncey Charles Acrey 
Okan Alpay 
Jamal M. Aswad 
Jerry Don Ball 
Fred Dayton Behringer 
Rivdan Metin Berkman 
Karl William Brown 
Joe Ralph Canfield 
Pramote Chaiyavech 
Cheng-Hsien Chiang 
James Roy Chism 
Jack Richard Cooper 
John Aaron Craig 
James Edgar Crawford 
Rafael Bienvenido Cruz 



Henry Marion Dittert, Jr. 
Elton Doyle Fowler 
Samuel B. Frederickson 
Clovis Ray Hale 
Jerry Don Hamrick 
Jay Carroll Hammons 
Melburn Hunt Hardin 
Mack Harrell Harris 
Carleton William Heller 
Jimmy Carroll Hengy 
John Richard Hoelzel 
David Minet Hoffman 
Stephen Edgar Jones 
Jack Lee King 
Larry Don Knippa 



MEMBERS 

Frank Min-Tsong Lay 
Ralph Maisel 
Robert Neal Maisel 
Juan de Dios Martinez 
Ronald Richard Maspero 
Wilford Dale McCann 
Joe Allen McCollom 
Lawrence Ransom Moran 
Mike A. Myers 
Patrick Andrew Myers 
Tom Carter Myers 
Daniel A. Naranjo 
Granville Emil Ott 
Wilbur R. Paris 
Howard Lee Patschke 
Kenneth Paul Pennington 



Larry James Phillips 
Leon Marion Pringle, Jr. 
Samuel Oscar Pritchett 
Anthony Trujillo Ramirez 
Rudy Ramirez 
Sandalio Perez Rementeria 
Leonard Retiz 
Robert Maurice Riley 
David Schnepp 
Gary B. Scroggins 
Robert William Shohan 
Elgene Campbell Spencer 
Ben Alvis Stafford 
Benny Paul Tanksley 
Merle J. Thomas 
Arthur Rich Troell 



Charles Edward Troell 
Henry Neil Troell 
Lo-Chun Tung 
George E. Veteto, Jr. 
Louis Viramontes 
Frank Valton Vogel 
James Albert Wells 
Nat David Wells 
John McClintock White 
Alton Wayne Whitney 
Billy Glen Wiley 
Frank Edward Wittier 
Thomas Eugene Wood 
Jerry L. Wright 
Sam Wayne Young 



PACE 395 



OAK GROVE 



Our purpose is fourfold, to provide adequate housing and dining facilities at a minimum cost, to promote 
fellowship among the members, to develop self-reliance, thrift and scholarship and to encourage study of co- 
operative living and propagate these principles and ideals. 




Front Raw: Kerr, Schroeder, Price, Randolph, Britten. 

Second Row: Stengel, Guckian. Petty, Pfeiffer, Russell, Locke. 

Third Row: Babcock. Gordon, Rutherford, McDonald, Woodward. 

Fourth Row: Pegg, Funderburk, McLeroy, Collier, Janik. 

Fifth Row: Robinson, Cole, Gibson, Beynon, Hill. 

Sixth Ron-: Willson, Wheeler, Read, Meharg, Henderson, Bland, Merritt. 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
V ice-President 
Business Manager . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
House Manager 



JACKIE RAY BOSTON 

JOEL DOUGLAS TINKER 

BEN ALLEN MEHARG 

MARSHALL KENT FUNDERBVRK 

FRED N. PFEIFFER 

ERNEST DORMAN WHEELER 



Paul Edward Adams 
Jim Alan Babcock 
Eugene Thomas Beynon 
Jay C. Bland 
Joe V. Boerner 
Jackie Ray Boston 
Maynard Nathan Britten 
Thomas Simpson Calliham 
James King Cole 
William Collier 
Tom E. Evans 
Sam Brown Fason 
Marshall Kent Funderburk 
Jon Robert Gibson 
Randy Gordon 
Stanley Wayne Govier 



MEMBERS 

William Michael Guckian 
David Holland Henderson 
A. Jackson Hill 
Frank Charles Janik 
Alvin John Kay 
John Kermit Kerr 
Tommy Ray Locke 
Maxie Dan McCrary 
Harold Etxel McDonald 
James David McLeroy 
Ben Allen Meharg 
Jerry Louis Merritt 
Jack Dee Nolan 
Werner Friedrich Pegg 
Tom Young Petty 
Fred N. Pfeiffer 



Jerry Carlton Price 
Robert R. Randolph 
F. Kyle Read 
Harold T. Robinson 
Troy E. Russell 
C. Calvert Rutherford 
Milton C. Schroeder 
W. Marshall Sherwood 
Thomas K. Stengel 
Joel Douglas Tinker 
John O. Trent 
Douglas C. Whatley 
E. Dorman Wheeler 
Robert Elenard Willson 
Henry K. Woodward 



PACE 3% 



THELEME 




Front Row: Carmichael, Massey, Turnbo, McFherson, O'Dowd. Maldonado, Shoemake, 
Second Row: Turner, Robertson, Jackson, Dennis, Awong, R. Thompson. 
Third Row: Barkan, Truly, McQuaid, Woodruff, Birdsong, Porter, Tait. 
Fourth Row: Logan, J. Thompson, Spinks, Malish, Kennemer, Gillespie. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Food Buyer 
Historian 



MICHAEL THOMAS TAIT 
JIMMY F. THOMPSON 
THAD J. WOODRUFF, JR. 
RONALD EUGENE THOMPSON 
RICHARD DOUGLAS SPINKS 
ALFRED JACKSON TURNER 



Roosevelt Cecil Awong 
Alvin H. Barkan 
James Dale Birdsong 
Ralph Lawrence Carmichael 
Robert Williard Clark 
Michael David Dennis 
James Ellis 
Norman Phillip Faist 
Billy Frank Galloway 
Joe Roger Gillespie 
Robert Neal Hudspeth 



MEMBERS 

David Ray Jackson 
Billy Ray Kennemer 
De Leon Logan 
Reynaldo A. Maldonado 
Edmond Gilbert Malish 
Charles Raymond Massey 
Ronald Duane McPherson 
Charles Gale McQuaid 
James William O'Dowd 
David Charles Porter 
Jerry Wayne Robertson 



Charles Allen Shoemake 
Richard Douglas Spinks 
Thomas Michael Tait 
Jimmy F. Thompson 
Ronald Eugene Thompson 
John Patrick Truly 
Roy Glen Turnbo 
Alfred Jackson Turner 
Thad J. Woodruff, Jr. 



PACE 397 



T. L. O. K. 




Fro?it Row: Speer, Lozano, Regan, Brisbois, Copeland, S. P. Randolph, Booher. 
Second Row: W. Steitz, R. Yoas, Rowntrec, S. G. Randolph, Ware, Davis. 
Third Row: McGowan, McCurry, Saenz, Forrest, Crawford, P. Steitz, Akersten. 
Fourth Row: Lowe, Stanley, Cubine, H. Yoas. 



Fall 



STKRLING PARKER RANDOLPH 
WILLIAM ELLIS WARE 
JOE R. CUBINE 
SPENCER GORDON RANDOLPH 
HARRY DEAN PERKINS 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Food Buyer 
Secretary . 
Maintainer 
Treasurer . 



Spring 

LOY DEAN McGowAN 
RALPH ALLISON SHOBERG 
GEORGE WALTER LOWE 
MILLARD COURTNEY BRISBOIS 
ROBERT CLOYES McCrRRY 



MEMBERS 



William Andrew Akersten 
Robert Claude Booher, Jr. 
Millard Courtney Brisbois 
James William Copeland 
Joe R. Cubine 
John Milton Crawford, Jr. 
Philip Wayne Davis 
Larry Charles Forrest 
Didier Tisdel Jaen 
George Walter Lowe 
Anthony Girard Lozano 
Robert Cloyes McCurry 
Loy Dean McGowan 
Melvin Levi Mueller 

Ralph 



Harry Dean Perkins 
Spencer Gordon Randolph 
Sterling Parker Randolph 
John Filmore Regan 
John Thomas Rowntree. Jr. 
Roberto Hector Saenz 
Ralph Allison Shoberg 
Samuel Dee Sims 
Glen Charles Speer 
Richard Arlin Stanley 
Paul W. Steitz 
Walter Richard Steitz 
William Ellis Ware 
Howard Ernest Yoas 
Garland Yoas 



PAOF. 398 



TWIN PINES 



The purpose of Twin Pines Co-Operative is to provide a high grade, low cost room and board. To develop 
a fellowship among members. Develop character and leadership by facing together the problems of living and to 
promote sound morals and good conduct. 




Front Row: Roussett, Scheppler, Gutierrez, Beane, Pittman, Green, Risley, Smith. 
Second Row: Gonzalez, Ross, Boecker, Baggal, Baring, Holbrook, West, Gabert, Lopez. 
Third Row: Perez, White, Scroggins, Fox, Cargill, Gassmann, Stoner, Bull. 
Fourth Row: Haas, Gracia, Lindemann, Pratka. Kahanek, Ball, Ashbaush, Hornung. 



OFFICERS 



President 
V ice-President . 
House Manager 
Food Buyer 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 



JAMES FARREL HOLBROOK 
HERMAN EUGENE KAHANEK 
EDWIN ANTON GASSMANN 
CHARLES IVAN ASHBAUGH 
WILLIAM E. HORNUNG 
D. B. JACK HOLLAND 



Charles Ivan Ashbaugh 
Mamdovh Bakri Baggal 
Raymond H. Baring 
Richard Lee Ball 
William Fredrick Beane 
Carroll William Boecker 
Fred Hopper Bull 
Kenneth Raymond Cargill 
Frank T. Carmona 
Joseph Carroll Coomer 
Daniel Fox 
Alexander William Gabert 



MEMBERS 

Edwin Anton Gassmann 
Jesus Rene Gonzalez 
Jaime Abelardo Gracia 
Arthur Lewis Green 
Alberto Hector Gutierrez 
Erwin James Haas 
James Farrel Holbrook 
William E. Hornung 
Herman Eugene Kahanek 
Giro Cid Lopez 
William Lee Lindemann 
Lino Perez 



Jimmy Charles Pittman 
Robert C. Pratka 
Lloyd Virgil Risley 
Ray Thomas Ross 
Clarence Garcia Roussett 
Robert Henry Scheppler 
Don Wallace Scroggins 
Eliseo Smith 
Jimmy Don Stoner 
Ralph Wayne West 
Noble Leon White 



PAGE 399 



HALSTEAD 



PEARCE 




Front Row: Green, Fatten, Norman. 

Second Row: Parr, Goosby, Guerra, Beilke, Coe. 

Third Row: Nunn. Caldwell, Rangel, Hornsby, Lopez, Gillean, Schladoer. 



Front Row: Hackstedt, Barbay, Neumann, Craft. 

Second Row: Brown, Hernandez, McGhee, Caruthers, Reeves, Hranicky. 

Third Row: Cole, Hugman, Wilson, Bingham, Janca, Straznicky. 



Co-Ordinator 

Hilaria Lala Acosta 
Myloa May Beilke 
Margaret Elizabeth Caldwell 
Gayle Louise Coe 
Esther Gaylan Gillean 
Nancy Lee Goosby 
Mary Gayle Green 
Virginia Susanna Guerra 



MARY ELIZABETH HORNSBY 

Rosemary Ann Hagelstein 
Maria DeLaLuz Lopez 
Louise Ann Norman 
Roberta Jo Nunn 
Barbara Gail Parr 
Celia Fay Patton 
Marta Rangel 
Gloria Jane Schladoer 



Co-Ordinator 

Sandra Jane Barbay 
Barbara Ann Bingham 
Carol Ann Brown 
Nclda Ruth Caruthers 
Moya Caryln Cole 
Carol Anne Craft 
Theresa Annette Hackstedt 
Sylvia Christina Hernandez 



MARY Jo WEHE 

Charlene Maratha Hranicky 
Bernadine Mary Hugman 
Lydia Agnes Janca 
Melanie Sue McGhee 
Marilyn Grace Neumann 
Mary Evelyn Reeves 
Charlotte Straznicky 
Rebecca Ann Wilson 






POWELL HOUSE 



SHANGRI-LA 



Co-Ordinator . 

Patricia K. Adams 
Cornelia Fay Brown 
Fay Jean Campbell 
Peggy Ann Ettredge 
Munifa Ezzat 
Mary Ellen Garcia 
Wilhelmine Hicks 
Sarah Jo Huff 



SUE KATHERINE WALKER 

Bette Anne Levering 
Claudia Janan McFarland 
Miriam G. Mallari 
Francisca Paz 
Stella Sharron Smith 
Greta Lynn Thompson 
Belinda Zarate 



Co-Ordinator 

Barbara Jean Ashley 
Luginia Coggin 
Dixie Lee Davenport 
Rebecca Fuentes 
Patricia Mary Gallagher 
Katherine Del Gullette 
Jo Anne Hamilton 
Frances Marlene Horton 



PAULA BETH McGEE 

Dorothy Ann Livingston 
Betty Sue Middlebrooks 
Eva Murillo 

Virginia Orene Newman 
Betty Earl Plowman 
Joan 1,. mi-Hi' Raab 
Nawona Emilie Riba 
Dorothy Lee Stockton 



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Front Ri>:t: Campbell. MrFarland. Zaratr. I'.i/ 

Second Rn:t: Brown. Walker, Ettrtdge, Mallari. Lrvrrinit. 

Third K:r: Huff. Adaim. Smith, Thompson. E/zat. 



Front R o;c ; McGee, Newman. 

Sftond R;t : Murillo, Gallagher, Riba, Middtebrooks, Davenport. 

Third Ron : Horton, Raab, Stockton, Hamilton, Ashley. 



PAGE 400 



THEADORNE 



VALHALLA 




Front Row: Tucker, Clarke, Teal, Cooke. 

Second Row: Pruessner, Edgar, Jones, Bain, McWilliams, McKinnon. 

Third Row: Curtino, Remmert, Barbay, Schmidt, Kehl. 



Front Roiv: Crawford, Hartley. Packer. 

Second Row: D. Silva, Elam, Wood. Morphew. K. Silva. Laney. 

Third Ron-: Krauter, P. Bird, Ellis. Beard. S. Bird, Cure. 



Hniitb 



Co-Ordinator . 

Sally Gay Barbay 
Patricia Ann Clarke 
Mary Monica Cooke 
Patricia Ann Curtino 
Mary Patricia Edgar 
Jo Beth Holcomb 
Beverly Joyce Jones 
Sharon Jane Kehl 



CAROLYN ELIZABETH BAIN 

N. Jane McCasland 
Patsy Sue MrKinnon 
Sue Ellen McWilliams 
Mary Catharine Pruessner 
Joyce Arlene Remmert 
Katharine Anna Schmidt 
Rosanne Teal 
Ina Lea Tucker 



Co-Ordinator 

Doris Marie Beard 
Patsy Jean Bird 
Barbara Jean Bryan 
LaXclle Cure 
Colleen June Crawford 
Carolyn L. Elam 
Nelda Fern Ellis 
Brenda Inez Hartley 



SHIRLEY ANN BIRD 

Juell Joy Krauter 
Mary Lavone Laney 
Serena Karen Morphew 
Alice Perkins Packer 
Dolores Silva 
Kathleen Silva 
Shirley Joyce Walters 
Polly Sue Wood 



WAKONDA 



WHITEHALL 



Co-Ordinator 



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Noranne Elizabeth Allen 
Charlotte Mary Bracken 
Thelma Frances Clarke 
Carol Sue Cole 
Dorothy Macksyne Fowler 
Edith Jane Garner 
Mollie Lynn Kavanagh 
Freddie Ruth Little 
Betty Jo Miles 



CAROL SUE COLE 



Alma Diana Perez 
Barbara F. Polsky 
Sandra Richard 
Gloria June Stokes 
Norma Beryl Votaw 
Anita Louise Waters 
Frances Suzanne Webb 
Sydney Ann Wells 



Co-Ordinator 
Marilee Baker 
Carolyn Jean Boddie 
Lola Mae Bostic 
Irene Andrea Braden 
Dawn Brown 
Linda Sue Covert 
Beverly Sue Fulkes 
Mary Jo Griffin 
Norma Gaye Griggs 
Vera Ann Luker 
Linda May Marshall 



KAY McKiNLEY 
Elva Irene Martin 
Susana Martinez 
Patsy Lee Mayhew 
Janic Ramelle Proffitt 
Carmen Rios 
Jeanne Marie Robertson 
Barbara Ann Ruesch 
Joan Ruesch 
Mary Ann Waters 
Margaret Jean Welch 
Martha Ellen Whitlow 







Front Row: Little, Perez, Polskv. Wells. 

Second Row: Miles, Waters, Cole, Allen, Kavana^h. 

Third Row: Votaw, Bracken, Clarke, Webb, Stokes, Richard, Fowler, Garner. 



Front Row: Fulkex Whitlow, Waters. 

Second Row: Bostic, Welch. Rios. Martin. Braden. 

Third Roic: McKinley. Marshall, Luker. Martinez. Robertson. 



PAOE 401 



STUDENTS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 

The Students' Co-Operative Association is a non-profit organization designed to provide member groups 
with food and supplies at economical rates made possible through co-operative buying. Eligible for membership 
are non-profit student organizations maintaining houses. 



President .... 
Vice-President . 
Treasurer .... 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Manager .... 
Faculty Members 

Advisors 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

BRADY MARSHALL COLE 
Cov BEN MARTIN . 
BOBBY GENE WYATT . 
SUE KATHERINE WALKER . 
PATSY CLAY SMITH 
THOMAS B. BEATTY 
STANLEY A. ARBINGAST 
ROBERT LEE GRINAKER 
DOROTHY GEBAUER 
D. B. JACK HOLLAND 
EDWIN BOOTH PRICE 



Fraternities 

Fraternities 

Men's Co-Operatives 

Women's Co-Operatives 

Sororities 



MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS 



Acacia 

Alhambra 

Alpha Chi Sigma 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Alpha Tan Omega 

Beta Theta Pi 

CFO 

Campus Guild 

Chi Phi 

Crow's Nest 

Christian Faith and Life, Men's Branch 

Delta Delta Delta 

Delta Gamma 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Delta Tan Delta 

Delta Upsilon 

Halstead House 

Kappa Alpha 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Oak Grove 

Pearce Co-Op 

Phi Delta Theta 

Phi Kappa Psi 

Phi Kappa Sigma 



Phi Kappa Tan 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Powell House 
Presbyterian Seminary 
Ramshorn Co-Op 
Shangri-La Co-Op 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Sigma Nu 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
The Stag 
Tau Delta Phi 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Tejas Club 
Theodorne Co-Op 
Theleme Co-Op 
Theta Chi 
Theta Xi 
TLOK 
Twin Pines 
Valhalla Co-Op 
Wakonda Co-Op 
Whitehall Co-Op 



PACE 402 



REGISTRATION 




AND FOOTBALL 




1957-1958 
FEATURES 



GRADUATION 






BASEBALL AND 





PACE 403 





CHEERLEADERS 



Top Row: 

Jay Mayne Lewallen, Richard Lee Gannett, Paul Milton Gray, 
Diane Lander. 



Center: 

Front Row: Lander, McMurry, Tieber. 

Back Row: Gannett, Gray, Gerson, Wells, Lewallen. 

Bottom: 

Avis Andrea Tieber, Fred Milton Gerson, Jill McMurry, Head 
Cheerleader, Joe K. Wells, Jr. 




PAOE404 



SEPTEMBER 



Fraternity and Sorority Rush 



Freshman Orientation 



Registration 

Longhorn-Greenhorn Party 
Pledge Line 

Freshman Howdy Dance 
Pep Rallies 



Football Georgia September 2 1 
Tulane September 28 

Asiatic Flu 




PAOE 405 




In tropical surroundings and gay 
colored saronges Carol Williams. 
Sharolyn Watson, and Mary Ellen 
Brannan entertain the rusnees at 
a Delta Zeta rush party. 



"These waves are too rough for me!" Suzanne 
Chandler, Mae Whitson, and Gayle Norman are 
having troubles at the Tri-Delt "Under the sea" 
rush party. 

With sweet, solemn faces, Merida Watson, Ann 
Hamilton, and Lacy Edmondson implore their 
amused rushees to join the clan and sin no more. 
The rest of the Pi Phis join in with laughter and 
applause. 




"It's a sad occasion when death walks right in," 
cry the Gamma Phi Betas as they turn away in 
horror. Cleo Britain, Diane Dupree, Marjorie 
Menefee, Peggy Newberry, and Mary Kay Baker 
portray a hilarious melodrama for their rushees. 

"Boop, boop bee do!" Back to the roaring 20's go 
Almalee Cartee, Gene Weisinger, Emory Kelley, 
Sharon Voyles, Johanna McFarland, and Suzanne 
Porter for Rush Week at the Chi Omega house. 




"The costumes, the makeup, the scenery, the 
props . . ." Harriet Pullen, Rosalie Mandell, Hana 
Freeman, and Babs Frankel bring the circus to the 
Sigma Delta Taus. 



In top hats and canes Patsy Cozier, Eleanor Lewis, 
Jackie Hyman, and Barbara Rosenbloom eye this 
strange newcomer. Rose Falk, in a rush skit at the 
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority house. 



Pastel colors and organdy skirts lend a pleasant 
atmosphere to the dance routine done by Carolyn 
Clayton, Lou Ann Lancaster, Nancy Nielsen, and 
Mary Estelle Griffin as they entertain their rushees 
on the Alpha Delta Pi lawn. 

"There's no place like the Orient!" Betty Jane 
McCallum, Peggy Clump, Leighton Johnston, and 
Diana Carter express their views to an interested 
audience of Kappa Alpha Thetas and their rushees. 






Eugenia Head carries the key to 
Kappa Land as she approaches 
the rushees at the Kappa Kappa 
Gamma house. 

"Don't worry, the villan shal 
die," says our hero Pat Parker to 
Minified Boyles and Wendy Bell- 
house in a hilarious melodrama at 
the Zeta Tau Alpha House. 



PAOS 6 



Roy Johnson, Everett Dickey, and Wayne Etter 
chat with three rushees during Tau Kappa Epsilon 
rush week. 



Three rushees and Dan Smith. Theta Xi active, 
seem to be interested in something on the other 
side of the room. 





During Phi Kappa Psi rush Greg Martin, Mike 
Milam and Doug Chilton find time for a few 
laughs. 

A Beta Theta Pi rush party finds Perry Carroll, 
Merrill Hartman and Frank Steed engrossed in a 
game of ping pong. 



At the conclusion of rush week the new Kappa 
Alpha pledge class poses for a family portrait with 
their housemother, Mrs. Ira Hayes. 

Delta Chi rush finds Vernon Shelton, rushee, Her- 
man Kennedy, active, Ted Gallagher, rushee, and 
Clarence Stevenson, active, taking life easy. 



Sam Paxton, right, is engaged in some serious talk 
with Phi Kappa Tau rushees. 

The Delta Kappa Epsilon actives, Wilson Schoell- 
koph. Pearson Grimes, and Barren Kidd find time 
for kidding. 



An unknown Chi Phi rushee 
watches active Charles Everson 
play a game of pine pong. 



Wally Rose and Bill McBride relax 
while Sigma Nu active, Joe Paris 
talks with fall rushees. 



Bob Vierlock, Bill McDade, Rees 
Oliver meet a rushee at the 
Kappa Sigma rush party. 





"Good evening, welcome to 
the Alpha Gamma Delta 
house." This cordial greet- 
ing is extended by Sandra 
Moran, Martha Jo Henry, 
and Teddy Vanderwerth to 
their guests attending pledge 
line. 



Heat in September causes 
Anne Hinton, Karen Ten- 
ney, and Carolyn Naseef to 
crowd around the fan at the 
Phi Mu house. 



Enjoying the September air, 
Pattye Kiecke, and Betty 
Kilday welcome their visi- 
tors to the Alpha Delta Pi 
house. 



If smiles can melt a man 
heart, Iris Selber, and Loi 
raine Schwartz are charmi 
every guest at the Sigma 
Delta Tau house. 






Formals, roses, and soft mu- j 
sic typify the pledge line 
atmosphere in the Delta 
Gamma living room as Vir- 
ginia Mason, Marty Harrod, 
Lucy Rogers, and Sue Car- 
lisle watch the proceedings. 






"That's perfectly wonder- 
ful," says Kathryn Giddens 
to Janelle Warren, Earle 
Bishop, and Lillian Tampke 
as they get together for the 
Delta Zeta pledge line. 




In the informal living room of the Tri- 
Delt house, Kay Godfrey introduces her 
pledge sister. Sara Alice Gilmore to an 
interested onlooker. 



He must be awfully good looking to get 
such interested glances from Alpha Epsi- 
lon Phi pledges Marcia Wolens and Cissy 
Cohen. 



Judy I.nU-i in.iri and Natalie Krasnow 
express a warm greeting to visitor Ted 
Hcndleman as he goes through pledge 
line at the Delta Phi Epsilon house. 



Betty Jane McCallum and Alice Cook 
compare notes after pledge line in the 
living room of the Theta noiue. 




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Top Row: 

Martha Fletcher attends the 
University YMCA-YWCA 
Open House for new stu- 
dents. 

Darrell Royal, head football 
coach and Spooks at half- 
time of a football game. 

Jack Davis, Bobbi Davis, 
Keppy Keglinger, Charlie 
Conway, Joan Redding, Dar- 
rell Jordan at the Sigma 
Chi's Hard Times Party. 



Robert Green, Windy Bell- 
house, George Green, Mary 
Etta Allen at the Delta Tau 
Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha's 
Western Party. 

Center: 

The All UT Dance at the 
Union. 

At the dedication of the new 
Sigma Delta Tau house is 
Ginger Spira and friends, 
Isabelle Gerson, Carol Shaf- 
fron and Danny Levinson. 



J 




Bottom: 

Lots of fun on the Phi Gamma Delta's Riverboat parly. 

President Logan Wilson greets new student at the reception given in their honor. 

Lawrence Mann. Jay Legett, Gene Anderson. Ronnie Woods and Bert Creel attend the Phi Kappa Psi's new house dedication. 

MICA and WICA meet for a pre-game picnic at Barton's. 

PACE 409 




Looking at registration from inside Greg- 
ory Gym, the student is greeted by rows 
and rows of long tables designed for the 
student's benefit in working out his 
schedule. 



"On to Georgia and home victorious!" 
The Longhorn football team leaves for its 
first game. 



"I'm sorry, you'll have to wait your 
turn." The APOs are quite professional 
with this line as they try to make regis- 
tration a more orderly affair. 



At the first meeting of the Student As- 
sembly, vice-president, Hal Hudspeth 
takes the floor while Secretary Nancy 
Goosby and President Harley Clark give 
him their attention. 




Learning how to stand in line is one of 
the basic requirements of The University 
of Texas. These tired but determined stu- 
dents are waiting to be admitted to 
Gregory Gym for registration. 



These lovely coeds are announcing the 
sale of one of the more delightful literary 
works on campus The Texas Ranger. 



"Hook 'em horns!" Shouts and cheers 
from the many students just returned 
from summer vacations greet the Long- 
horn Band as it marches through the 
crowd. 



With its annual all university open house, 
Texas extends a hearty welcome to the 
students and the faculty. 



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OCTOBER 



Football South Carolina October 5 
Oklahoma October 12 
Arkansas October 18 
Rice October 26 

C E C "The Four Freshmen" 
"Calypso Carnival" 
"La Traviata" 

Cheerleader Elections 

Freshman Council Elections 

Great Issues Hines H. Baker 

Drama Production "Man and Superman" 
Student Government Elections 
Halloween 




PACE 411 



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V 



"All roads lead to Rome," but tonight 
they led to the Theta Chi House 
where Terry Houghton, Ken Solcher, 
and Sylvia Cooksey are celebrating 
Roman style. 



Marshall "Robinhood" Benjamin has 
arrived and Marsha Wolens finds her- 
self as his target at the Sigma Alpha 
Mu costume party. 



"Come on Mrs. Taylor. Don't try to 
hide." Luther Miller, Starlett Smith. 
Carol McCullough, and Lucy Collins 
get together for a hilarious evening 
at the Tejas Club. 




"Ma'am I'll save you!" Johnny Parker 
lends a helping hand to Mary Caro- 
line Richardson while swimming at 
the Deck Club. 



Supper in the baek yard is a tempting 
thought to Dona Hamburger, Jack 
Butler, Dcanna Querner, and Bert 
McNelley. 



There's a picnic in the air and Dave 
Millican, Gloria Hoffman, Jinx Wil- 
liams, Charlotte Fulmer, Martha Bow- 
ser, and Charles Harris have taken to 
the hills. 




"Go Texas! (;<' <io' (it)'" Lei's give thr Longhorns 
our support. 




It's more fun after thr game and Sonny Cutbirth, 
Carl I < Dorothy Winston. Tom McDade, Dorothy 
McDadc, and Ross McDade are having their share 
of it at the Kappa Sigma parly. 



Dark glasses and sloppy rlothes typify the theme of 
the Alpha Gamma Delta closed house. Judy Lovejoy, 
Bitsy Thomson, and Louise La Bauve have arrived 
incognito. 



PAOE 412 




Ken Dunlap, Carolyn Calvert, Sue 
Becker, and Shannon Ratliff gather 
around the punch bowl to discuss thr 
purposes and aims of the freshman 
class. 



Laughing and joking Janet Guthrie, 
George Creedle, Lynn Lyles, Jon An- 
derson, and Jill Granger thoroughly 
enjoy themselves at the Pi Phi-Delt 
function. 




"I don't know what to play next," 
gasps Nancy Shoemaker while specta- 
tors Ann Bahan. Mike Roche, Joe 
Dacy, and Bob Bartlett laugh at her 
predicament. 




"Push, Hana, push!" The Phi Psi's 
laugh at Hana Freeman as she tries to 
fill her cup at the Phi Psi-Sigma Delta 
Tau party. 



Strictly casual describes Dollene Bland, 
Bob Lindsey, Betty Allgood, Wayne 
Bell, and Sandra Casey as they relax 
in the living room of the Sigma Phi 
Epsilon house. 



"Ship ahoy." Sammy Glassman, Bar- 
bara Barshop, Myra Efron, and Sher- 
man Ross look like they have been at 
sea for quite a spell at the Phi Sigma 
Delta shipwreck party. 




\ 



A toast to Josie Guerra from her four admirers. 



"Hey, you're choking me !" John Sargent pleads for 
mercy from his three overly enthusiastic friends 
Charlyn Jancik, Sally Rutherford, and Bill January 
at a Sigma Xu informal party. 



Cheerleaders Dick Gannett, Avis Tieber, 
Gerson give an encouraging smile to the 
fans. 



and Fred 
Long horn 



PAGE 413 



Center: Before going lo the Rice game. 
(iroiye Payne, Anne Houston. Gayle Jack- 
son listen to the Kappa Alpha Combo. 

John Terrell, Scott Forney, Barbara 
Massey and Carole Majure at the Delta 
C-amraa-Sigma Chi party. 

Four pledges. Betty Alsbrook, Bonnie 
Van Griethu.sen. Susannah Dye, Carol 
Keeton at the Chi Omega Pledge-Active 
football game. 




Left: Carmen DiNino, Jill McMurry and 
Avis Tieber at the OU Game. 

A coffee break at Home Drug. 

Hal Hudspcth conducts a Student Assem- 
bly meeting while Nancy Goosby and Har- 
ley Clark look on. 

Newman Club had their hayridc and 
Bettye Krenek. Buddy De Walt, Patsy Jo 
Schumacher, Herb Cunningham, Ann Dc- 
Salm, Jamie A. Espasas look like they are 
really enjoying their food. 




PAOE 4 14 




Right: The dependable Alpha Phi Omega's 
man the voting stations for the Fall Elec- 
tions. 

Ace Pickcns riding in the election parade. 

Linda Richardson and Charlene Markle 
entertaining two international students at 
the UN Day celebration given in their honor. 
It was sponsored by the Spooks and the Aus- 
tin League of Women Voters. 

AIEE-IRE holds a social event. 



NOVEMBER 

Football SMU November 2 
Baylor November 9 
TCU November 16 
Texas A&M November 28 

C E C The Ted Heath Show 
"The Black Watch" 
Pamplona Choir 
San Antonio Symphony Orchestra 

Great Issues Sidney Hook 

Walter Reuther 

Most Beautiful Freshman Selection 
Home-Coming and Dads' Day 
Home-Coming Dance 

Dads' Day Outstanding Students 
Fine Arts Festival 

Drama Production "The Crucible" 
Swing and Turn 
Aggie Bonfire 

Aggie Sign Contest 




PAGE 4 15 



On the social calendar of the 
Catholic Fraternal Organiza- 
tion was a costume party in 
which the members dressed 
like children. Carolyn Powers, 



Charles Peters. Sondra John- 
l join 



son and John McBride al 
in the fun. 



The cowboy hats of Wayne 
Pat Bobo and Louis 
Trapolina are over- whelmed 
by the sombrero of Patsy Fell 
at an Alpha Chi Omega-Phi 
Kappa Sigma party. 



Sally Travis and Susan Turner, 
new "Spooklets," just can't 
i:ri that peanut to rolling dur- 
ing Spook initiation. 



Betsy Ross and Nancy Hunt 
are preoccupied as Nancy 
Goosby tries in vain to get 
everyones attention at the 
Orange Jacket initiation ban- 
quet. 



While Mayilyn Dashiell, Bill 
Rivers, Clifford Morris, and 
Marian Robertson pose for a 



picture at a Kappa Alpha-Chi 
y, 
her most 



a appa 

Omega Party, Janice Knippa 
grisley 



The University Wesley Foun 
dation goes western at 
square dance party. Prom 
enade your partner ! 



Kathy Fagan, Bill Rider, Jim 
Smith and Ann Rose are all 
smiles at an Alpha Phi-Law 
Bachelors Party. Girls, didn't 
you know you could get into 
trouble bribing lawyers? 



W.I.C.A. gets Becky Klind- 
worth all turned around at 
their fall Backwards Party. 




C.enter Row left to right 

During Thanksgiving dinner for the foreign students 
at U.T. Orange Jacket, Lucy Collins, chats with a 
student from Malaya. 



Rene Ramcriz and Garland Kennon are given tickets 
for a dance honoring the 1958 football team by 
Laurabeth Grieneeks and Diane Durrett. 



Mother* arr honored too at the Lhtlefield Dormitory 
Dad's Day Coffee as Linda Richardson and Pat Grif- 
tin pin a corsage on Mrs. B. F. Richardson. 



Bats and vampiresses engulf the 
K.A house as Jimmy Ballard, 
Sandra Moen, George Ginn, 
and Susan Searles get into the 
Halloween atmosphere. 



Dorman Wheeler, Carol Wyck- 
off and Donna Good sip 
seven-ups in the good old T- 
sip fashion at an Oak Grove 
homecoming party. 



"Ole" says pretty matador, 
Fran Terrell, as she dances 
around the bull, Terry Wood, 
at an Alpha Tau Omega Mex- 
ican party. 



"Sippin rum and coca cola!" 
Brian O'Conner, Betty Pringle, 
Don Griffith and Janet Walker 
agree that nothing could be 
finer. 



Mike Gibbleman, Sheldon 
Oster, and Barbara Lachtin 
take time out for a game of 
cards at a Sigma Alpha Mu 
party. 



"Let's go south of the bor- 
der," say the Delts and Gary 
Jones, Phyllis Borden, Jean 
Burkhalter, and Bill Dobbs are 
in the swing of it. 



Lusty pirates Dan Smith, 
Laura Heath, Barbara Fuller. 



and Ray Smith are hunting 
for treasure at the Theta Xi 
costume party. 



Barbara Firestone, Delia Du- 
son, Carolyn Graves, and Lynn 
Weisinger discuss campus tid- 
bits at the Sigma Alpha Iota 
reception. 




r'lt's Texas sized and Texas styled," say Bill McBride 
land Margie Foster as they enjoy the Sigma Nu 
costume party. 



! 



Quad dorm girls are up to their ears in decorations 
for their annual formal dance. 

PAGE 417 



Just back from the islands, Betty Tieken. Paul Mc- 
Broom, and Martha McBroom come out Hawaiian 
style. 



Pretty Co-Eds attend the Aggie 
Bonfire. 



Stands getting filled tor the tra- 
ditional O. U. Game. 



In a cold frigid rain the Short- 
horns beat the Aggie Fish, 19-13. 



Walter Fondren, man under for 
the Horns is converged upon 
by a host of South Carolina 
tacklers during Texas' march 
towards a third score. 



Longhorn followers arrive by 
bus for one of the Aggie game 
pep rallies. 



Libby Mullemx and Shirley 
Snipes, featured twirlers with 
the Band. 



Big Bertha at the Aggie Pep 
Rally. 



Cowboys lead the Stump Speak- 
ing parade which met in front 
of Carothers Dormitory and on 
to the Union Main Ballroom. 



The Pi Kappa Alpha s won the 
Aggie Sign contest, posing with 
the winning sign is Richard 
Musick. 




PAGE 418 



DECEMBER 



Sing-Song 

International Week 

Drama Production "Paint Your Wagon" 
Aqua Carnival and Queen 
Ugly Man Contest 

Basketball Texas A&I December 3 
Trinity December 6 
McMurry College December 11 
Tulane December 13 
Missouri December 19 
Ten Most Beautiful 
Christmas 




PAGE 419 



Joan Adams, Lillian Weber, 
Tommy Roberts, and George 
Hager enjoy a Phi Sigma 
Kappa victory party after the 
Tufane-Texas football game. 



Girls, girls, girls wonder if 
those judges ever picked a 
queen? 



Sleepy beauties Nancy Guyton, 
Patsy Guyton, and Mary Ann 
Shaw pau.se a moment to en- 
joy a SRD pajama party be- 
fore retiring for the night. 



Participants relax in the court 
room before a mock trial. 



''Mirror on the wall, whose 
the fairest of them all?" Texas 
beauties represent the univer- 
sity in the Sugar Bowl at New 
Orleans on New Year's Dav. 



Every year the Phi Sigma 
Deltas present the Alpha Ep- 
silon Phi sorority with a pig. 



i ' Prac tice makes perfect . ' ' 
Song leader Colleen O'Connor 
leads Chi Omegas Patsy 
Fincher, Mary Ann Bass, San- 
dra Simmons. Carol Vander- 
woude, and Sharon Johnson in 
one of many Sing Song re- 
hearsals. 



"We won ! We won !" John- 
anna McFarland. Gene Wei- 
singer, and Colleen O'Conner 
clutch the first place Sing 
Song trophy that was awarded 
to Chi Omega. 



' 'An apple a day keeps the 
doctor away, but will an apple 
a day give you an A?" Any- 
way Jean Pepper ii going to 
try it as she offers Dr. Faborn 
Etier her prize. 



Joseph Kadrj is showing 
Pullium an item from 
ternational exhibits shown 
ing International Week. 



Frieda Weisblatt, Mitchell 
Smith, Maria Medina, and 
Mary Alice Guarin are thrilled 
over being chosen to go to the 
World Fair in Brussels as in- 
terpreters. 




PAGE 420 




Addie Ruth Thomas, Norman 
Faist, Sharon Brown, and 
Mike Dennis have found an 
interesting topic to discuss at 
the Theleme Co-op's House 
Party. 



Orange Jackets Martha Hughes 
and Phyllis Borden entertain 
two Egyptian foreign students 
at a reception given by the 
Orange Jackets and Cowboys. 



Suzy Marriss listens to Joe 

Kadri at the reception given 

by the Arab Association for 
the Thetas. 



These fellows have become 
"attached." (Longhorn Band 
Recording Tape. ) 



Heading for the races, univer- 
sity students put the finishing 
touches on their sports car. 



Harriet Sanford gives the old 
timers a thrill in the curtain 
club production of Paint Your 
Wagon. 



Christmas trees, candles, and 
lovely carols are just what 
Santa ordered say these spark- 
ling coeds. 



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Burton plays "Tarzan" 
tt the Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

'tin-tin.!* party. 



"I can't believe it!" exclaims 
pharmacy sweetheart Leona 
Powell to Joe Guerrero at 
the winter formal. 





Just a uiance at Texas' stock 
in Males, The Ugly Man 
Contest. 



Bettina Pietrantonio serves her 
guest at an Alpha Gamma 
Delta tea honoring their house- 
mother, Mrs. Patton. 




PACE 421 



"Xo guy ever had it so good!" Bill Ingram is convinced that 
the health center has its advantages as he listens to a sera- 
nade from the Orange Jackets. 



Milicent Blcakney finds her- 
self with two little ladies and 
a small Indian at the Zeta 
Christmas party. 



Congrats, Ellen!" Ellen 
Belcher has a right to look 
happy. Her new title is that 
of Aqua Carnival Queen. 




"Gee, Santa is it really for me?" 
Santa Clause Jim ClegR and 
Mike Herndon bring Christmas 
cheer to the little retarded chil- 
dren at a party given by Theta 
Xi and Gamma Phis. 



Mrs. Lola B. Dawkins. Aida 
Brito, Reuben Barr, and Jose 
Brito enjoy the International 
banquet given by the I'niversity 
Baptist Church. 



The joy expressed by these little 
boys is proof enough of the 
good feelings being spread by 
the Spooks and Cowboys. 



Trying their luck in the kitchen 
Ed Burke. Carol Atkinson 
Joe Burke, and Joyce Wigger 
These "cooks" are enjoying th 
Christmas party given by the 
Men's and Women's Independ- 
ent Campus Associations. 



Enthusiastic carolers raise their 
voices in the spirit of Christmas. 



"Looks good. Maline." The Pi 
Phis are hanging Frosty on their _ 
front door. 



Sandra Simmons and George Matzke arc completing their 
contribution to "Toys for Tots." 



PAGE 422 



JANUARY 




Sugar Bowl Game January 1 

Basketball Arkansas January 5 

Texas A&M January 8 
Baylor January 10 
SMU January 13 
TCU January 16 

75th Convocation 
Dead Week 

Final Examinations 

Registration for Spring Semester 

PACE 423 



On January 10th, 1958, The University of 
Texas celebrated its 75th Birthday. Pictured 
below are a few of the many groups who 
participated in the colorful Pageant which 
started the celebrations for the coming year. 




PACE 424 




I Top Row: Alpha Tau Ome- 
I ga and Pi Beta Phi have a 
) Western Party. 

One of the mechanics 
from the Jessie James Smith 
Service Station repairing an 
I M.G. motor. 

Ken Andrews, Brent 
Hempkins and Tommy 
Thomas at the Alpha Phi 
Omega Installation Banquet. 






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Center: The Longhorn Fly- 
ing Club sponsors a Spot 
Landing Contest. 

Claire Deckey, George 
Smith at the Alpha Tau 
Omega Party at Marshal 
Ford. 

Gayle Hotmann, Doug 
Baker and Bill Hotmann at 
an ROTC gathering. 



Bottom Row: The Zeta Tau 
Alpha's have their Frattie 
Friend night. 

Students buy their sup- 
plies at Miller Blue Print. 

Alpha Delta Pi Formal. 

Don Whitley, Jay Thielen 
at a cocktail party preceed- 
ing the Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Formal. 



PAGE 425 



Top Row: 

A student shops at Kash-Karry grocery for some break- 
fast food. 

Bummy Jury, Phi Kappa Psi, takes some students to 
class on his route to campus in his Ivy League bus. 

These students enjoy living at the air-conditioned 
A-Bar. 




Bottom Row: 

A UT student teacher 
gets some practice for her 
future job in an Austin 
school. 




Students lined up at the Health Center in Janu- 
ary to get their polio-preventing Salk vaccine shots. 

That worried look plus stacks of books and study- 
ing far into the night came to many other students 
like Sally Foster as fall semester finals came once 
again. 

Talking about the next semester and reviewing 
their German through records. Jody Scurry, Ruthie 
Fulwiler, Jo Ann Hillje, Barbara Lang, and Patsy 
Heard (seated) plan for their trip to Europe to 
study in Vienna. 



Bottom Row: 

Brenton Hughes (33) eyes 
the basket as the oppo- 
nents rush in to defend. 




PADS 426 



FEBRUARY 

Basketball Rice February 4 

Texas Tech February 8 
TCU February 12 
Texas A&M February 15 
Texas Tech February 18 
Baylor February 22 
SMU February 25 
Rice February 28 

It Snowed! 

Valentine's Day 

CEC Chicago Opera Ballet 

"Les Chanteurs de Paris" 
"Passion Play" 

Married Students Week 

Drama Production "Our Town" 
Religion in Life Week 




PACE 427 




Top Row: 

Zeta Tau Alphas Marjie Gibbs, Sue Heidelberg, Laura 
McCormick, Jane Crauer, Sally McClure, Maty Etta 
Allen and friend take time out from flower making for 
theii Round-Up float to pose for this picture. 

Theta pledges get messed up at their annual pre- 
inltiation kite flying. 

Bill Walker plans the Round-Up revue amid phone calls. 
Ce nter: 

Fred Kline looks pleased over his pretty friends, Sabra 
Landy and Lorraine Schwartz, at the Sigma Alpha Mu 
pre-formal party. 

A student 6lls her grocery needs at Slaughter's food 
store. 

Jacques Istel gives University Sky Divers Club members 
a parachute demonstration. 
Third Row: 

Marvin Lerner, Rod Bobbin, and Arnold Greenspan, 
hooded and masked on their way to the Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, honorary pre-medical fraternity, initiation. 

Those women in black try to convince a student that 
beards are evil as he contemplates signing up for the 
Beard Growing Contest. 

Mrs. Thclma Madden. Mrs. Juanita Green, and Mrs. 
Jo Ann Thorpe enjoy themselves at the Married Students 
Style Show. 
Bottom: 

Bill Walker reads while Round-Up parade co-chairmen 
Joyce Henderson and Jerry Nathan chat with Dean Jack 
Holland during a Round-Up committee meeting. 

Dean L. D. Haskew crowns Mrs. Leon Kennedy "Mrs. 
University of Texas'* at a dance climaxing Married 
Students Week. 

Bill Brown and Professor Olin Hinkle discuss flash units 
at the University Co-op's Camera department. 






PAGE 428 




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Top Slow; 

Gielu Setlanl. Shannon Howard, and Ranjet Sitl.mi 
| the boys "adopted" her. 

In his Sunday best, this little boy was among the many 
entrants in the Texas Union Married Students Council 
I Babv Contest. 

"Mrs. University of Texas," Mrs. Leon Kennedy, is 
| presented. 

I Center: 

Michael Cope and Cynthia Barksdale discuss their newly 
acquired trophies. They were the winners in the Union 
Married Students Baby Contest. 

This student makes a deposit at the Mutual Savings 
Institution. 

A UT student talks over her dry cleaning problems 
with a representative of the Home Steam Laundry. 

Arleen Trowbridge being interviewed by the Bluebon- 
net Belle Committee, enjoys a laugh with them. 

Just walking in the rain, a student crosses campus 
during one of the many downpours. 

Bottom: 

John Barnhill talks to the Central Round-Up Commit- 
tee while a member confers with Dr. Joe Frantz. 

Dolores Dooming and Norman Wood enjoy the Chris- 
tian Science Monitor Youth Forum Valentine Dance. 

Thomas Roosth leans over Marlene Adels' shoulder 
while Barbara Schu]z looks at the cards during a Sigma 
Delta Tau dessert party. 

Helen Claunts and Mario Messina enjoy the Newman 
Club's Valentine's Day Party. 





PAGE 420 







Top Row: 

Spring Rush Week fiinds Lcnnie Fried- 
man, Elaine Kaplan. Cookie Click, and 
Susan Miller entertaining rushees with a skit 
at the Sigma Delta Tau sorority house. 

The Alpha Phi's entertain their guests at 
a chapter dinner. 

"Into the fountain." Jinx Williams and 
Hanna Renfro at the Delta Delta Delta 
pledge party for other sorority pledges. 

Another Valentine's day party. This time 
Bob Johnson and Cornelia Brown, standing, 
and Sharron Smith, Pat Adams, and Charlie 
Pesek enjoy Powell House's House Party. 



Bottom: 

Sylvia Funk and Bill McGowen clown at 
the Zeta Tau Alpha formal. 

Bob Walker, Margarite Bright, Joe Peck, 
Judy Jacobs. Mary Gay Maxwell and Gra- 
ham McCollough pose for a picture at a 
Sigma Chi party. 




Center: 

Clearing and working on the grounds for 
the Charros Rodeo Stadium required big 
machinery. 

A warm day in February found some UT 
students at Barton's Springs getting an early 
tan. 



Bottom: 

"Look! It's flying." Mary Morris and Cay 
Womack get a kite in the air at the Thetas 
kite flying for pledges. 

Buddy McGraw, Dan Smith, Laura Heath, 
and Sue Risinger have fun at the Alpha 
Gamma Delta Valentine Sock Hop. 



I'v.i 430 




Top Row: 

Judy Pcnnington, Frana Mosley, Eugenia 
Mahone, Kay Bland, Ann Jurecka, and San- 
dra Esquivcl working on the Kappa Alpha 
Theta Float. 

Bebe Moody, Jo Howell at the Pi Beta 
Phi Valentine Party. 

Dick Fisher, Em Keasler, Tom Sharp. 
Casey Colwick at the Beta Theta Pi Party. 

Sharon Mitchell holds the after-shave lo- 
tion as one of the Beard Growing contestants 
shaves off his beard. 



Center: 

University activities portrayed in story 
form for television. 

Drama majors relax in the Union Patio. 



Mary Ann Shaw parades in front of the 
Union in protest of the Beard Growing con- 
test. 

"Who me" says Sandy Heiligman at a 
Scottish Rite Pa jama Party. 

Connie Weston, Dick Calhoun, Diana 
Crow at the New Orleans. 

Sue Ellen Young, Jim Spalding, Carol 
Vanderwoude and Ed Botefuhr at an Alpha 
Tau Omega Casual Party. 





PAGE 431 



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Top Row: Snowball fights were enjoyed by all. 

Second Row: Ann Kilpatrick, Ed McCollough, Bob Steward. Lloyd Maxwell and Peggy Moore at a Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pledge Party. 

Gary Munger Don Whitley, Raymond Gilbert, Everett Dickey, Riehard Rankin and George Weber at a Tau Kappa Epsilon Stag 

Party. Students making their purchases at Renfro's Drug Store. 
Third Row: David E. Vassberg, Dixie Hcins. Ellen Burl and John Muth at the Theta Chi's "Sneaky Pierre" Party. 

the Theta Chi's "Sneaky Pierre" Party. 

Jack Harvey. Joe Estill and Al Birdwell at the Phi Kappa Sigma Initiation Banquet. 

Jack Rutledge poses with students who were in the millionth picture taken for Jack's Party Pictures. 
Bottom Row: Li/.a Jane Payne, Searcy Ferguson. Andy Anderson, Marvin Brown. Gene Weisinger and Emory Kelley at the Chi 

Omega and Delta Kappa Epsilon Picnic at City Park. 

Standing in front of Jerry Kelly is Patty Voelkel, Richard Schultc. Patsy Guyton, Barbara Hibbert and Wally Ross at the Sigma 

Nu-Alpha Chi Omega closed house. 

A University student picks out a pretty summer bag at Scarbrough's. 

PAGE 432 



MARCH 



Co-Op Week 
Campus Chest 

Drama Production "Winnie the Pooh" 
Sweetheart Election 

CEC "No Time for Sergeants" 
Beard-Growing Contest 
Charro Rodeo 

Round-Up Parade 
Texas Relays 

Round-Up Barbeque 
Round-Up Revue 
Honors Day 




PAGE 433 




Top Row: First place honorable men- 
tion went to Phi Kappa Sigma, with 
their theme of "75 Years Hence." 

Delta Zeta 

Delta Upsilon 

Chi Omega 



Bottom Row: Second place honorable 
mention to Delta Delta Delta Sorority 
for "Great Expectations." 

Delta Gamma 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Pi Beta Phi 



Center Row: 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Chi 




PACE 434 





Tap: 

Pat Quebe and John D. Reichert at 
Lambda Chi Alpha's Mexican Party. 

Bill Miller, Peggy Doughtie and Jerry Herring 
at the Delta Tau Delta Hayride. 

Sally K. Maxwell, Phil Paul and Marilyn 
Boyd at the Silver Spur formal. 

The Delta Tau Delta's and the Pi Beta Phi's 
have a TGIF Party. 



Center: 

Law Bachelors Club Entry. 
Tau Delta Phi Entry. 

Royal Co-Op Entry. 



Sandra Simmons and George Conn on the 
Phi Gamma Delta Mardi Gras Party. 

German Club Entry. 

Phi Kappa Psi's enteitain children with games. 

Lucian Morrison and George Ginn at the 
Kappa Alpha Ca\e Man Party. 




PACE 435 




Left: Rio Grande \'allcy Club with their 
"Texas Diamonds" took the trophy for Best 
Non-Resident Division. 

Runner-Up in the combined Greek Divi- 
sion was the float of Alpha Epsilon Pi fra- 
ternity and Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. 

75 years of progress mark time on the 
Gamma Phi Beta float. 





Center: Best combined Greek group trophy- 
went to Phi Sigma Delta fraternity and 
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority for their giant 
birthday cake saying "Happy 75th, Univer- 
sity of Texas." 

Best resident entry went to Inter-Co-op for 
"Hairy's Jeweled Year." 

Chi Gamma Iota was runner-up in the 
non-resident division. 



Right: The Alpha Gamma Delta's featured 
a view of the campus with the Tower and 
buildings of the campus. 

First place honorable mention went to 
Alpha Delta Pi sorority for "Around the 
Campus in 75 Years." 

The Alpha Tau Omega's viewed the cam- 
pus wiih a satelite floating around in outer 
space. 



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Left: Syncopating to win the trophy for BEST 
ALL-AROUND float was Alpha Phi Sorority 
with its blue antique clock with moving figures 
of the first president of the University and his 
wife, and Dr. Logan Wilson and his wife. The 
Syncopated Clock played as the figures revolved, 
"Minutes Make Progress" was their theme. 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority with its immense 
Texas Senator strutting before the scroll with 
the constitutional proclamation establishing the 
University, was awarded the trophy for the 
MOST BEAUTIFUL float entry. Theme of the 
Zeta entry was "Strength Through Unity." 

First place honorable mention went to Phi 
Delta Theta fraternity with their trolley of 
Congress Avenue to UT 1883. 




Center: Beta Theta Pi fraternity won MOST 
COMICAL award for "Ye shall know the truth 
and ye shall stay here 'til you do." 

"Evolution" won Kappa Alpha fraternity 
first place in fraternity division with their mod- 
ernistic arch showing the past, present and 
future. 

Gamma Delta won the best religious entry 
with "Thru the Grace of God, 75 Years of 
Education." 



Right: Kappa Alpha Theta won first place in 
Sorority Division, with their theme "Spirit of 
75" highlighted by a large diamond signifying 
the 75 year anniversary of the University. 

Alpha Chi Omega won runner-up with "75 
Years of The University of Texas" portrayed 
with a stack of books written by University 
graduates. 

Runner-Up in the Religious division was the 
Newman Club entry. 



PACE 437 




Top: Bill Daniel, the announcer and John 
Barnhill at the Charros Rodeo. 

A Western Dance. 

Silver Spurs are branding Orange Jacket 
Claire Hudspeth for being a City Slicker on 
Western Dress Day. 

Student shopping for furniture at Caba- 
niss-Brown. 

Tau Delta Phi School Bus Entry. 




Center: Ann Hufendick the new Sweetheart 
at the Round-Up Revue. 



Bottom: 

Orange Jackets entry. 

Students having dinner at Victor's. 

Carnival of Thieves. 

Student taking his cleaning to Jerry Nor- 
wood Cleaners. 

Steers penned up waiting for the next 
performance at the Charros Rodeo. 




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Top Row: Student making a de- 
posit with the Texas State Bank. 

The Roaring Twenty's Party 
at the Tower. 

A MICA-WICA card party. 



Second Row: Marvin Elder, 
Johnny Moore, Carroll Kelly and 
Charles Dickerson all Kappa Sig- 
ma's celebrating Independence 
Day. 

A Western Bar-B-Q. 

Jo Ann Watkins is tapped for 
Spooks as a Spring member. 





Center: Waiting for "Winnie the 
Pooh" to appear in a special 
matinee for children. 

Bottom Row: Deanne Quarner, 
Joe Shepherd and Sara Brewster 
at the Kappa Sigma party at the 
New Orleans. 

Harris Sterling and Shelton 
Oster at the Sigma Alpha Mu 
Pledge-Pledge Father Banquet. 

Gray Davis, Gail Schmidt and 
Joe Stoeltje at the Zeta Tau 
Alpha-Delta Kappa Epsilon ex- 
change dinner. 

Marilyn Allen chats with 
friends at the next table at the 
Pi Beta Phi chapter dinner at the 
Spanish Village. 




PAGE 439 





Top Row: A Delta Gamma pledge sailing 
her ship in the Bounding Main of Littlcfield 
Fountain. 

A student leaving his clothes to be 
cleaned at the Nueces Cleaners. 

Phi Sigma Kappa and Zeta Tau Alpha 
have a masquerade party. 

Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt receives a book 
from Austin's Mayor Tom Miller at the 
Hustin-Tillotson College. 

A student shopping for gas appliances at 
the Southern Union Gas Company. 










Bottom Row: Alex Palmros, Bebe Steves, 
Dick Gannett, Hugh Bob Currie and Buddy 
Frick at a Phi Gamma Delta party at the 
Lake Club. 

A scene from the play "Winnie The Pooh." 

The Passion Play. 

Dean Cobb Auctioning off Sandra Esqui- 
vel at the Campus Chest Auction. 

The Phi Alpha Delta Banquet. 

Miss Campus Chest Finalists, Carole Pat- 
terson, Mrs. Gladys Leighty, ~</>K House- 
mother, winner; Carol Tucker and Danya 
Nicholson. 




PACE -140 




APRIL 



April Fool's Day 
Easter 



Cowboy Minstrel Show and Sweetheart 



Varsity Carnival and Queen 



T. S. Eliot 



Student Assembly Elections 



Drama Production "King Lear" 
Swing Out 




PAGE 441 






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Top Row: Spring Elections. 

Ann McFadden the new 
Cowboy Sweetheart receives a 
bouquet from the outgoing 
Sweetheart Gayla Craig at the 
Cowboy Minstrels. 

Joyce Bourdon being tapped 
for Orange Jackets. 

The Orange and White Foot- 
ball game. 

Helen Claunts the new CFO 
Sweetheart. 

Center: Gayla Craig the Var- 
sity Carnival Queen. 

Ann McFadden the Cowboy 
Sweetheart. 



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Bottom: The Alpha Tau Omega 
water fight. 

Invitation to the Kappa 
Alpha Ball. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha 
Delta Pi skating party. 

Marvin Lucas and Claire 
Bonham at the Chi Omega 
Left Bank Party. 






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FAOK 442 






VARSITY CARNIVAL 




li Omega 



Top: Lambda Chi Alpha 
University Town. 

Theta Chi Disintegrator 
Dust. 

Pi Beta Phi - - Snow Red 
and the Bolsheviks. 

Phi Kappa Psi Varieties for 
the 75th. 

One of the skits from the an- 
nual Law Day Assault and 
Flattery Variety Show. 

Center: Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Bucking Bronc. 

Alpha Epsilon Phi Bad Bad 
Monday. 



Bottom: Phi Gamma Delta 
Agarinio and Carmelette. 

Delta Gamma Speakeasy. 

Sigma Nu Pal Joey. 

Delta Upsilon Our Campus 
Town. 





PAGE 443 



When you need a camera, go to Studtman's they seem to 
have a large selection. 

Stump Speaking, elections coming up. 

Robert Anderson. U. S. Secretary of the Treasury, is greeted 
at the airport by students and newsmen. He was the Law Day 
Speaker. 

A glimpse of one of the happy gatherings at the Christian 
Faith and Life Community. 



Four flighty flappers rehearse for the new Austin Civic Thea- 
tre production "The Boy Friend." 



Architecture and Art students have a Wind Up Party. 
Two Mortar Board members getting ready for the Swing Out 



John Asaff takes a blood sample from Charles Whiteman for 
the campus-wide Blood Drive. 

Students have a wide and varied selection of books at 
Hemphill's. 



Good food waiting to be served to students at the Tarry town 
Restaurant. 



Alpha 'Ian Omega and Alpha Chi Omega get together for 
some informal dancing. 



Three of the stars from the A. C. T. production "Bertha 
The Beautiful Typewriter Girl." 




PAGE 444 




Top: 

In straw hats and flapper dress the Delta Gamma girls sing 

it up. 

Bray & Jordan not only offer you prescription service but 

something to eat also. 

Alpha Tau Omegas have a house 

Ranch in Bandera. 



irty at Mayan Guest 

nh 



Some of our Seniors at the Swing Out ceremonies 

Bettye Faulk our Editor at the end of the line. 

Air mattresses can be bought at the Bottle Shop for the lazy 

swimmers. 

Acacia fraternity holds a pi 

the order of the day. 



Bottom: 

Having a wonderful time at the Beta Theta Pi party. 

Delta Tau Delta and Chi Omega have a get together. 

Elections are over and the new president, Howard Wolf, 
congratulates Jim Perkins, new vice-president, while Bud 
Toole, new Cactus editor, looks on. 

Tom Benner, new U A Council president, receives congratula- 
tions from Shirley Bird and Jitter Nolen. 




Student gives his order at La Tapatia. 



Mr. Smith at Dacy's fits student with a 
pair of shoes. 



The girls at Halstead House have a 
Fountain Party. 



Members of the Longhorn Flying Club 
check out their planes. 



The arrival of T. S. Eliot. 

Vernon Weddle portrays King Lear. 



Sharon Henson and escort order some 
Mexican food at El Mat's. 



Major Antley, standing and Master Ser- 
geant W. A. Buttrick kneeling, instruct th 
Naval Rifle Team. 



Rain has provided wading pools as the 
creeks fill up with water. 



Barton Springs Everyone is waiting to 
enjoy it. 




PAG 



MAY 






Baseball Southwest Conference Champions 
Track Southwest Conference Champions 
Bluebonnet Belles 

Outstanding Students 
Goodfellows 

Pow Wow Intramural Awards 
Dead Week 

Final Examinations Again ! 
Graduation Exercises 



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PACE 447 



Jacobson's Men - Wear offers a fine 
selection for the men on the campus. 



an Fuller. Ann Lotspeich and Scotty 
wens working on Homemaking De- 
rtment's exhibit for the Power 



Student Assembly meeting with the 
new secretary, Marjorie Menefee, tak- 
IIIL' the minutes. 



This picture was taken at Round-Up 
parade of the A-Bar Hotel. 



Jeff Thompson, ventriloquist and ac- 
cordionist for the Radio/TV produc- 
tion ''Campus Capers." 



Ken Ednuston, Edd C. Clark and Bob 
Greenberg leaving the court room in 
Tpwnes Hall after the Ray Gipson 
trial. 



UTSA holds annual T night. 



Mechanical Engineering's exhibit al 
the Power Show. 



Initiation of the Upperclass Advisors 
at Andrews Dormitory. 



University Interscholastic League is in 
progress. 



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Paul J . Thompson , Director of the 
School of Journalism awards Eddie 
Strode Hughes his graduation certifi- 
cate. 



DeWitt Carter Reddick, Associate 
Dean , College of Arts and Sciences 
awards Robert Cameron Hightower 
his graduation certificate. 



Willis Raymond Woolrich Dean, Col- 
lege of Engineering awards Russell U. 
Smith his graduation certificate. 



Laurence D. Haskew, Dean, College 
of Education awards Shirley Ann Bird 
her graduation certificate. 




Colonel Curtis Theodore Ricketts 
awards John Thomas Stuart his Army 
Commission. 



Captain Donald Greer Irvine awards 
Julius Desey Desenberg his Naval 
Commission. 



Major General McCarty awards Paul 
Duaine Hope his Air Force Commis- 
sion. 




E. William Doty, Dean, College of 
Fine Arts awards Nancy Grauer Mc- 
Larty her degree. 



From the School of Law we have 
Hal Hudspeth and fellow graduate. 



W. Gordon Whaley, Dean, Graduate 
School awards Burnard H. Sord his 
Doctorate Degree. 



W. Gordon Whaley, Dean. Graduate 
School awards Fahad Ali Hussein his 
Doctorate Degree. 



PAGE 449 



Center: Margaret Ann Martin poses with her 
mother and father. 



Ariel Jose Thomann. a Pre-Medical student 
poses with the Tower in the background. 



Top Row: Henry B. ill. ml Rainbow, Busi- 
ness Administration and Jane Ann Max- 
well, Journalism. 



Mary Frances Dicorte and Dean Jack pin 
Second Lieutenant bars on Paul Duaine Hooe. 



Main Speaker. Dr. Dean Rusk, President of 
Rockefeller Foundation. 



Joan Marie Franklin and friend wait 
in the Home Economic's line. 



Bottom: John R. Stockton, Director, Bureau of 
Business Research. 



Elinor Clyde Drake waits to enter with 
the Business graduates. 



Carroll Ann Hodges, receives the honor of 
being presented with the 75.000 graduation cer- 
tificate. 



Eddie Greenwade Smith, her husband 
Ralph and Ralph, Jr. 



H. Malcolm Macdonald is busy distributing 
maces. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



PACE 451 




A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



The A CAPPELLA CHOIR is open to all qualifying students. The group performs a wide 
repertoire of both classical and modern compositions on the annual Christmas program and 
spring concert. The spring tour provides the opportunity to perform throughout the Southwest. 



OFFICERS 



Director 

Student Director 
Accompanist 
Business Manager 




MORRIS J. BEACHY 
Director 



Oscar Sanchez Arellano 
Carol Elaine Atkinson 
Evangeline Barrera 
Patricia Anne Basse 
Virginia Grace Batchelor 
Herbert Berkovitz 
Carolyn Lea Bonnette 
Samuel Culberson Boswell 
Jearld Conrad Bradford 
Margaret Anne Brumbelow 
Ellen Vail Buel 
Sally Catherine Chenault 
Daniel Bruce Corbin 
Bradford Leroy Davis 
Randall Gordon Delaney 
Jo Ann DeLeon 
Barbara Ellen Ewald 
LaVoyce Ann Floyd 
Travis Duane Franklin 
Jimmy F. Gaines 



MORRIS J. BEACHY 
CHARLES PHILLIP VARNEY 
Lou GRAHAM LEONARD 
RICHARD RANSOM LILLIE 



MEMBERS 

Janice Kay Harkins 
Fred Paul Harris 
Shirley Ann Haselbarth 
Patricia Diana Hawn 
Helen Rosina Heise 
Doris Gladys Herrington 
Sally Ann Hindman 
Don Henry Johnson 
Judith Lee Johnson 
William Powell Jones 
Alvin John Kay 
Peter S. Kessey 
Lou Graham Leonard 
Gerald Royce Lewis 
Richard Ransom Lillie 
John Frederick Logan 
James Lowell McAlpin 
Harolyn Marcelle Moore 
David Charles Porter 
William Paul Reeves 



Verna Sue Risinger 
Ellen Joy Rothman 
Sheren Lee Rowland 
Henry Clifford Rudisill, II 
Arnold Louis Schueler 
N. Elizabeth Silverthorn 
Barbara Delores Smith 
Frances Ann Starling 
Dalton Wayne Stewart 
Rose Marie Ramona 

Twining 

Charles Phillip Varney 
Preston Hunt Waldrop 
Carl W. Wallace 
Joyce Elaine Wiggins 
George William Wilhite 
Russell Wayne Wilkes 
Joseph Theodore Williams 
Virginia Joyce Woods 
Mary Wynn 




Front !{<:<: \\IJ.-MIV J. Johnson. Starling. Rothman, Barrera, Bonnette, Hindman, Basse, Moore, Smith. Buel, Wynn, Hawn. 

Second Row: Atkinson, Leonard, Herrington, Silverthorn, Floyd, Harkins, Risinger, DeLeon, Heise, Chenault, Haselbarlh, Balchelor, Brumbelow, 
Twining. 

Third Row: Varney, Bradford, Wilkes, Kay, Lewis, Berkovitz, Boswell, Corbin, Kessey, Schueler, Wallace. Jones. 
Fourth Row: D. Johnson, Rudisill, Williams, Delaney, Wilhite, Porter, Davis, Stewart, Lillie. Waldrop, Gaines. 



PAOE 452 



ALBA CLUB 







Front Row: L. Guerrero, Borrego, Mercado, Ybarra. 
Second Row: Molina, Sanchez, Leyba, Wilcox, Moreno. 
Third Row: Estrada, Simmons, Ferguson, S. D. Garcia. 



The purpose of the Alba Club is to promote social and cultural interest among this group in cooperation 
with other campus groups, and to study and discuss the problems of the diverse indigenous groups, particularly 
those of Spanish speaking people of the southwest. 



J 



Fall 

TOMAS F. YBARRA 
ADOLPH ALBERT TAMAYO 
PATRICIA ANN WILCOX, II 
TEODORO RODRIGUEZ ESTRADA 
ROY MONREAL MENDOZA, JR. . 
GLADYS MOLINA .... 
JOHN L. CAMPOS .... 

NOE PEREZ 

GEORGE I. SANCHEZ . 
CARLOS E. CASTANEDA 



Oscar Barrientos 

Elida H. Borrego 

Daniel Briones 

John L. Campos 

Frank T. Carmona 

Martin Chacon, Jr. 

Diana Kay Crow 

Cesar DeLeon 

Mary Helen DeLeon 

Estela de la Garza 

Teodoro Rodriguez Estrada 

Donald Ray Ferguson 

Santiago Garcia 

Santiago Diaz Garcia 

Roy C. Garza 

Maria Elvira Guerrero 

Lorraine Guerrero 

Manuel Ramiro Gutierrez 

Perla Leyba 

Mary Frances Lopez 

Meliton Lopez 

Roy Monreal Mendoza, Jr. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
V ice-President . 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Sergeant-at-Arms 
Historian . 
Parliamentarian 
Reporter 
Faculty Sponsor 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

TEODORO RODRIGUEZ ESTRADA 
RODRIGO S. TREVINO 
PERLA LEYBA 
ROSARIO MERCADO 
SANTIAGO DIAZ GARCIA 
TOMAS F. YBARRA 
DONALD RAY FERGUSON 
MARY LOUISE REYES 
GEORGE I. SANCHEZ 
CARLOS E. CASTANEDA 



MEMBERS 



Rosario Mercado 
Rachel Marie Mojica 
Gladys Molina 
Andres Castillo Morales 
Joe Moreno 
Abelardo Perez 
Alma Diana Perez 
Alejandro Infante Perez 
Noe Perez 

Heriberto Julio Porras 
Humberto N. Ramos 
Rodolfo Loa Ramos 
Mary Louise Reyes 
Joel Belay Rodriguez 
Rosalinda Ygnacia Sanchez 
Marc Steven Simmons 
Guillermo V. Soza 
Adolph Albert Tamayo 
Lauro Torres, Jr. 
Rodrigo S. Trevino 
Patricia Ann Wilcox, II 
Tomas F. Ybarra 







PACE 453 



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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF 
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS 

The Association was founded so that all architectural engineering students could group to- 
gether to discuss pertinent issues with prominent men of their field. 



DONALD BRUCE DIAL 

TOMMY EUGENE BARBER 
WALTER R. SCHELLHASE 
RAMON JOSEPH COOK . 
JOSEPH WESTON HALL, JR. 
GORDON LAVAUGHN TURN . 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Publicity 

S.E.C. Representative 

S.E.C. Representative 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



GORDON LAVAUGHN TURN 

EDDIE E. EVANS 

JAMES RICHARD BRODERICK 

JACK LEE GIST 

JOSEPH WESTON HALL, JR. 

JOSEPH WESTON HALL, JR. 

GORDON LAVAUGHN TURN 



Hale Lanpher Coffeen Werner William Dornberger 

Franklin Beaumont Johnson 



MEMBERS 



Richard Wayman Allen 
Tommy Eugene Barber 
Gilbert Monroe Barr 
Jack Ivon Barron 
William Heaton Brandes 
Ralph McClay Brisbin 
James Richard Broderick 
Larry T. Brooks 
Russell T. Calhoun 
David Wilson Campbell 
Acree Bishop Carlisle 
Homer Garth Collier 
Ramon Joseph Cook 
John D. Cotter 
Ewin Lynn Crawford 
Frank T. Delley 
Marvin Allen Denowitz 
Donald Bruce Dial 
Henning B. Dieter 



Donald Ray Dinsmore 
Eddie E. Evans 
Robert E. Fishkin 
George F. Foerster 
David Wayne Fowler 
William Ray Fulton 
Glenn R. Gartman 
Jon Robert Gibson 
Jack Lee Gist 
Billy Hoy Glaze 
Joseph Weston Hall, Jr. 
Harold Elvin Hatfield 
Rodrigo Fausto Herrera 
Tommie Ernest Hixson 
Robert Lee Holsomback 
Clark Kern Huff 
Glenn C. Hunt 
James John Janssen 
Richard Hilton Laakso 



Samuel Hartman Lane, Jr. 
Daniel Edwin Leary 
Bud B. Letz 

Ronald Landon Lindsay 
Mohamed Aref Mahayni 
Donald S. Marsh 
Ronald Douglas Matthys 
Edward M. McKinnon 
Michael M. Michalopulos 
Roland David Morris 
Jerry Nicholas 
Eddie C. Pelt 
Kenneth L. Ransom 
John Clyde Robison 
Nelson Felix Rodriguez 
Walter R. Schellhase 
Fred A. Schindler, Jr. 
Bernard W. Shaenfield 



Bruce Smith 
Cecil Fletcher Smith, Jr. 
Joseph Herman Stockert, Jr. 
S. B. Schuster 

Joseph Raymond Tacquard, Jr. 
Willis Patrick Terry, Jr. 
W. G. Thomas, Jr. 
Fredric Carson Toole 
William Barrett Travis 
Willie Henry Trenkelbach 
Gordon La Vaughn Turn 
Billy Ray Upchurch 
Laurence C. Vacker 
William Elmo Walker, Jr. 
Lawrence Allen Wheeless 
Emerson Rudolph Whetstone 
Darrell David Wilson 
James Edward Wilson (I) 




Front Ron-: Hall, Turn, Dial, Schellhase, Barber. 

SefonJ Rn;t: HoUomback, Fowler, Vackcr, Hatfield, Mahayni, Lindsay, Ransom. Dieter, Schindler. 

Third Ri>u: Brandes, Lane, Broderick, Brooks, Upchurch, Gartman, Nicholas, Allen, Letz. 

Fourth Ro:t: Campbell. Shaenfield. Gist. Dinuiiore, Evans, Toole, Herrera, Wheeless, Barron. Fultnn. 

Fifth Ron-: Hixson, Morris. Crawford. Gibson, Tienkelbach, Dornberiter, Whetstone, Rodriguez, Laakso, McKinnon, Tacquard. 

Sixth Rn:t: Glaze, Delley, Foerster, Cook, Cotter, Janssen, Pelt, Thomas. 



PAOE454 



AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION 




Front Row: Meeks, Henderson, Morgan, McFarland, Tisdale. 
Second Row. Lynch, Woodland, Grain, Nance, Muller, Boudreau. 



The purpose of the AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION is to give the interested student an opportunity 
to become familiar with the current trends and problems encountered in the financial world. 



Fall 

CHARLES TATE MEEKS 
GEORGE DAVID HENDERSON 



GENE C. LYNCH . 



Joseph Louis Alexander 
Charles A. Angel, Jr. 
William Cummings Bequette 
Ferdinand Francis Boudreau 
Ben C. Burkett, II 
Edward Lee Carpenter 
Clifford Dale Chandler 
Norman Edmond Clinger 
R. E. Grain 

Donald Eugene Emsley 
William Chapman Estes 
James Robert Guess 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 

Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Sponsor 



MEMBERS 

Douglas P. Hayes 
George David Henderson 
Frank Temple Hundley 
Moise Lauterstein 
Gilbert George Marshall 
Jack David McFarland 
George Thomas McGuffey 
Bertram Joseph McNelly, Jr. 
Charles Tate Meeks 
Milton Franklin Moffett, Jr. 
Marvin E. Molberg 



Spring 

DON LYNN WOODLAND 
SAMUEL CICERO TISDALE 
BENNY EUGENE MORGAN 
NORMAN EDMOND CLINGER 
GENE C. LYNCH 



Alberta Finlay Moore 
Benny Eugene Morgan 
Bruce Edward Muller 
Jimmie H. Murphy 
Robert Ernest Nance 
Richard Garfield Nemmer 
Joe T. Ogden 
Bill Poole 

Lawrence Joseph Rich 
Philip Ross Thomas 
Samuel Cicero Tisdale, Jr. 
Don Lynn Woodland 




PACE 455 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



OFFICERS 



Numan A. Abdul-Latif 
Jan Cloe Acrea 
James Philip Alexander 
Travis Allen Allison 
Edward Rice Anderson 
lames Daniel Anderson 
James Rieves Anderson 
Lowell Benno Anderson 
Stanley Earl Anderson 
Harry Louis Andrews 
Hugh Humphries Arnold 

Judson Truett Barber 
Joe Floyd Barker 
Paul Weigand Bechter 
Rudolph Anton Beckniann 
David William Bennett 
William Ambrose Biggs 
lames Sidney Bissett 
William Edward Blachly 
Robert Boadle 
Dennis Guy Boatright 
Bill Lester Brady 
Thomas Loffin Brec ken ridge 
Sam Raymond Bright, Jr. 
David Eugene Brown 
Peter Robertson Buenz 
Robert Frederick Burkart 
Simon Pierce Burns 
Robert Schramm Burnside 
John Bogue Butler 
John Russell Butler 
Donald Adolphus Bruhl 

William Bruce Capers 
Paul Eugene Cash 
Jerome Curtis Gates. Jr. 
James W. Cecil 
Javier Lopez Celaya 
Roner V. Chenault 
Alexander Emil Chionsini 
Robert Scotland Clark 
John Leslie Cochran 
David Orville Coffee 
Dewitt Coffey, Jr. 
H. David Cole 
James King Cole 
Mason Edward Collins 
Daniel Colunga 
John Curzon Cooke 
L. C. Courtney, Jr. 



President .... 
V ice-President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



JOHN ROGER MCPHERSON 
BYRON KEITH LOVELACE 
JOHN DALTON LAFRENTZ 
DON NEIL DALE 
EVERETT ELROD CULVER 
ROBERT SAMUEL SCHECHTER 



MEMBERS 



Billy Eugene Cowell 
John B. Cronin 
John Kistler Crum 
Everett Elrod Culver 
Chittaranjan D. Dalai 
Don Neil Dale 
James Presion Dale 
Alberi Daneshrad 
Kennelh James Dartley 
James Edward Davis 
Will Earl DeVaney 
Indravandan N Dhruv 
Charles Keith Dickenson 
Walter Maben Dillard 
Raymond Ashton Disc 
Dudley Richard Dobie, Jr. 
Leon D. Dowden 
Richard Harmon Duvon 
Ronald Eugene Eddy 
Charles Allen Edwards, Jr. 
Harvey A. Eikel 
Gayle Earle English 
Terry Waters Erwin 
Isaac Dwaine Eubanks 
Charles Lee Evers 
Mahmoud M. Faham 
Paul David Fahrenthold 
Ali Fararovi 
Reynaldo Fernandez 
William Cook Fielder 
Edwin E. Fisher 
Donald Neal Fletcher 
Jesus Jse Flores 
John C. Floros 
Gentry Lee Floyd 
Charles Robert Ford 
Scott William Forney 
John 1 heodore Fortman 
Elton Doyle Fowler 
William Dodd Fowler 
Daniel A. Foyt 
Maurice Herbert Friedman 
George Richard Fulton, Jr. 
James Lloyd Gaffney 
Hugh Gerrard Gainey 
Bill Frank Galloway 
Anacleto Castillo Galvan 
George Henley Garrison 
Richard Lee Garrison 



Jay Don Gensler 
Harold Paul Glasser 
Randy Gordon 
Lee Van Gorman 
James Collin Gresham 
Donald Paul Griffith 
Norman Davis Guzick 

Richard Mahlon Hanle, Jr. 
John Willis Hargis 
Harris J. Harlan 
Clarence Wayne Harrison 
Robert Armistead Hasty 
Joseph Richard Healer 
Paul Douglas Hemphill 
James D. Henry 
Floyd Dennis Herndon, Jr. 
Richard Lionel Hill 
Kunthap Hing 
Ray A. Hodo 
Joe Francis Honovich 
William Clyde House 
Shao-Shid Hu 
Louis Sager Hunsucker, Jr 
Ralph Conrad Immel 
Richard Weakley Ince 
Ruben F. Inga 
Robert Ray Ingram 
Cruz Ito-Flores 

Benjamin Eugene Jackson 
Lonnie Walton Jenkins 
William Max Jennings 
Emilio S. Jimenez 
Lee Jackson Johns 
Charles L. Johnson 
Curtis Eugene Johnson 
Pinckney M. Johnson, Jr. 
James W. Kachtick 
Henry Cecil Kennedy. Jr. 
Phil Ray Kimbrough 
John Robert Kirk, Jr. 
James Carlos Kirkpatrick 
Kenneth A. Kobe 
James Lowell Kuester 
John Dalton Lafrentz 
Wayne Scott Lanier 
Thomas Edward Lasseter 
Frank Min-Tsong Lay 



Only Junior, Senior and Graduate members are listed. 



Gary Lynn Leach 


Gary Floyd Offutt 


Thomas Kent Ledbetier 


Kim LeRoy O'Hara 


Ronald Floyd Lee 
Kenneth Neal Lemons 


Jerry John Opella 
Frank Otho Osmon, Jr. 


Theodore George Leonard 


Delbert Max Ottmers, Jr. 


Bill Lee Lig$in 
Mary Lee Linnett 


R. R. Padhye 


Charles Hubert Little 
Paul Leon Littrell 


William Ernest Parsons 
Larry Brian Partain 


Carl Edwin Locke. Jr. 
Jack Chih-You Loh 
Thomas Augustus Looney, HI 
Byron Keith Lovelace 
George Walter Lowe 


Edgar B. Peek 
Charles Robert Perrone 
Clement Charles Pesek 
Raymond Culver Platzer, Jr. 
Robert Allen Pratt 
Richard Rudolph Preuss 


Chris Willard Maier 


Donald Joe Pundt 


Fred James Marett 




Gordon L. Marshall 


Husni Y. Ramahi 


James Roger Martin 


Joseph Glenn Raska 


William Lynn Mathes 


Charles David Reed 


Joseph Franklin Mathews, Jr. 


Don Allen Reed 


Wallace Michael May^ 


Billy Slavin Richards 


James L. McCall 
R. Nelson McCord 
Robert D. McCullough 
R. Mackley McCurdy 
R. Norman McGlothlin 


James Glenn Richards 
Joe Jack Richardson 
Robert Edwin Rimkus 
Thomas Leonard Roach 
Bobby Gene Robertson 


John J. McKetta, Jr. 
James McHaney 
John Roger McPherson 
Willie L. Miculek 


Robert Roy Robertson, Jr. 
Ramon Klugh Robinson 
William Courtney Robinson 
John Mansfield Rogers 


Eminit Arthur Miller 


William Troy Rogers 


Richard Allen Mohun 


Don Dean Roselius 


Jack Wayne Molloy 


Karini I. Saad 


Ronald H. Montamat 


James Harris St. Clair, II 


Reuben Montgomery 
Furst McNeil! Moore 


Billy John Sanders 
Donald H. Sanders 


Jack Pratt Moore 


Narendra Nath Sarin 


Michael Alan Moore 


George Lertin Sarver, Jr. 


Thomas Felton Moore 
Hubert Augustus Morgan. Jr. 
Vernon Edward Morgan 


John W. Sauer 
John Woodrow Schatz 
Robert Samuel Schechter 


William Finley Mulvaney 
Luther 1 alley Musgrove 
John Clayton Mulchler 


Norman Lynwood Schultz 
Jerry William Schwartz 
Gerald Arthur Scofield 


Bruce Arlen Neumann 
Thomas Cope Newman 
Robert Alse Nimmo 


Norman Dean Shahan 
James Allan Shelley 
Stanley Jerome Shniderson 
Ralph Allison Shoberg 


Donald Lee O'Connor 


Harold Lee Simpson 




Arnet Woodard Slaid 



Russell U. Smith 
James Earl Smithey 
William Ray Snyder 
Robert H. Sobotik 
Albert Kennedy Solcher 
James Mi-Kin Somerford 
Roy James Spann 
Sylvester Eugene Staffa, Jr. 
Walter Richard Steitz 
Billy Ray Stephens 
Richard Fredrick Stone 
Beeman Ewell Strong, III 
Robert L. Stuart 
Daniel Ashby Stultz 
David Herman Sturm 
Deanna Kay Swartz 
Charles Donald Swick 

Gary Frederick Taft 
Thomas Mike Tail 
Adolph Albert Tamayo 
Jerry David Tale 
Roland A. Taub 
Glenn Earl Tavlor 
Hell! . Mot .MI Taylor 
Michael Edward Thomas 
Tom Howard Tim m ins 
Sherman Paul I nines 
Donald C. Tombaugh 
Alton Ronald Tomme 
Lauro Torres, Jr. 

Arthur Ulbrich, Jr. 

Donald Emil Vacker 
Jack Richard Vandergriff 
Willie Mike Wachel 
Harry Edward Waters 
Jerald Boyd Weide 
Charles Robert West 
Gerald Frank Wheeler 
Winford Nathan Whittaker 
Manuel Ware Wilkinson 
Alden Ramon Wilson 
Donald Eugene Wilson 
Howard Lindsay Winlers 
Eugene H. Wissler 
James Fletcher Wright 
Michael Gordon Wright 
Robert Carlton Wyche 
Donovan Binford Young, Jr. 

Samih \ Zaharna 




front Ron: Eubanks, Steitz, Shoberg, Lovelace, J. McPherson, Culver, Lafrenlz. D. 
Dale. 

Second Row: St. Glair. Colunga. Abdul-Latif, Henry. Acrea, McKetta, Beckmann, 

Linnett, Swartz, Harrison. Wilkinson, Inga. 
Third Ron: Burns, Chionsini, Cronin, Otimers, V. Morgan, Tate, D. Sanders, Shnider* 

MHI, Boatright, Leach. 

fourth Ron:: Peek, Pesek, Partain, L'lbrich, Hill, Herndon, Clark, Evers, Gainev 
DeVaney. 



Fifth Roic: Bennett, Burkart, Winters, Fortman. Schechter, Wissler, Boadle, Dowden, 

Solcher, F. Moore, Celaya, E. Anderson, Montgomery. 
.S'iW/i Kn:t: S. Anderson, Cates. Kobe. G. GarriMm. C. E. Johnson, Courtney. Smith, 

Alexander, G. Taylor, Weide, Pundt, J. D. AnclriMm. 
Sft-fnth R:t: Martin. Dobie, Mohun. 
Eighth Ran-: Fielder. Strong. H. Taylor, Kirk. Ford, Marshall, Gresham, McCurdy, 

Buenz, Faham, Molloy, Breckenridge. Lowe. Erwin. 
\titth Rw: Fararovi, Heater, T. Moore, Floros, Tail, Kennedy, R. Robinson, Thomas, 

J. Rogers, B. Jackson, Snyder. 



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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 
INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS STUDENT BRANCH 





Front Row: Hartwig, Clinger, George, Lamberth, Evans, Berglund, Provazek, Cleve- 
land, Tucker, Yaggi, Weeks, Gibbs. 

Second Row: Staas, William Earl Baldwin. Leslie, Fisher, William Smith Mitchum, 
David Leland Swain, James Leon Cole, Walker, Parsons, Gorman. 

Third Row: Wehmeyer, Ha j jar, Palko. Moore, Edward Ernest Krause, Theodore 
Thomas Tylaska, Garrett, Harold Eugene Faulkner, Hansen. 

Fourth Row: Ortega-V., John Samuel Grooms, Meads, Mittel, Fuller, Woodruff, 



Russell, Bradford, Garza, Chick, Clarence Robert Pruitt. 

Fifth Row: B. N. Gafford, Goss, Lang. Fredrick Albert Reberg, Charles Lee Farell, 
Carl John Lobprise, G. Clary, Albert Otto Herbst. 

Sixth Row: Littlepage, May, Robert Leon Renker, Muhm, Carrier. 
Seventh Row: Baird. William Neal Kocurek, McPhail, Edward McLean Logging, Jr., 
Foreman, Kuykendall. 



The main purpose of student branches of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 
and the INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS is to introduce the student to the field of electrical engi- 
neering and to men in the profession. 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

ROY RANKIN KREZDORN 
WILLIAM H. HARTWIG . 
DONALD FREDERICK VEHRS 
CHARLES RUSSELL GIBBS . 
LLOYD EUGENE EVANS . 
ARNOLD JOSEPH TUCKER 
ANDREW JACK CLEVELAND . 
LARRY S. LAMBERTH, JR. 
CHARLES GLENN RICHIE 
LAWRENCE ALBERT YAGGI, JR. . 
JOHN FRANKLIN BERGLUND . 
JOHN FREDERICK VEHRS 



AIEE Counselor 
IRE Counselor 

Chairman 

First Vice-President 
Second Vice-President , 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

AIEE Corresponding Secretary 
IRE Corresponding Secretary 
SEC Representative 
SEC Representative 



Spring 

ROY RANKIN KREZDORN 
WILLIAM H. HARTWIG 
CHARLES RUSSELL GIBBS 
ARNOLD JOSEPH TUCKER 
LARRY S. LAMBERTH, JR. 
CHARLES ELLIS McCuLLOUGH 
RICHARD BYRD GEORGE 
ARTHUR HERBERT CLINGER 
JARVIS DUANE GANTT 
LAWRENCE ALBERT YAGGI, JR. 
LAWRENCE ALBERT YAGGI, JR. 
LIONEL DANIEL PROVAZEK 



NATIONAL AIEE-IRE MEMBERS 



I 



Byron Ross Baird 
Leland Leroy Balsley 
Albert Jerry Balusek 
Lewie M. Barber 
William Dean Barber 
Robert Loyd Basford 
Matt Jerome Bauer 
Ross L. Bell 

John Franklin Berglund 
Robert Morris Berry 
Grant Leroy Bigelow 
James Francis Bond, Jr. 
Robert A. Bond 
Robert R. Boothe, Jr. 
David George Bradford 
Ronald Roy Burleson 
Arturo B. Campos 
Plesant F. Carrier 
Paul Caster 
Leo A. Chamberlin 
Thomas Theodore Chick 
David Bartram Clark, Jr. 
Don Gene Clark 
George Addran Clary 
Andrew Jack Cleveland 
Arthur Herbert Clinger 
Jerry G. Cole 
Alton Henry Cook 
Donald Edward Crowhurst 
Robert Louis Curling 
Charles Washington Davis 
Herbert Eugene Delo 
Norman Clifford Dickerson 
Bruce Allen Dolan 
Hugh C. Drenner 



Samuel J. Dwyer, III 
Richard Economy 
William David Ellis 
Alse Edward Ethridge 
Donald Lloyd Evans 
Lloyd Eugene Evans 
Harry V. Fisher, Jr. 
L. Vern Foreman 
Jerry Ross Fuller 
Jarvis Duane Gantt 
Floyd Wendel Garrett 
Lewis Benjamin Garrett 
Frank Joseph Garza 
Richard Byrd George 
Charles Russell Gibbs 
Billy Don Gorman 
David Edwin Goss 
Raymond Ralph Gouldsberry 
Joe David Grantham 
Gordon Thomas Graves 
Jaime A. Graua 
Carl Donald Gunn 
Jerry Walter Gunn 
Rupert Guzman 
Ahmad Marwan Hajjar 
Herbert Andrew Hamblin 
Melvin O. Hansen 
Robert E. Harris 
William H. Hartwig 
Homer W. Heinzman 
Cleve James Hoecker 
Alexander A. Hoffman 
Richard Dwight Holland 
George Hamilton Hopkins 
Thomas Jefferson Houston 






Henry Thomas Howard 

Danny M. Hull 

Edward William Jiblits 

Ralph Benjamin Johnson 

Claude A. Jones 

Fredrich James Kirkpatrick 

Roy Rankin Krezdorn 

Robert Paul Kuykendall 

Larry S. Lamberth, Jr. 

Bill Fritz Lang 

Harold Ray Larison 

Kenneth Wallace Leifeste 

John Paul Leslie 

Clarence Robert Littlepage, Jr. 

Russell E. Lueg 

Sam Victor Machotka 

Robert Casey Maddox 

George Patrick Mann 

Joe Edward Manz 

Nazem Mlkahai! Marrach 

Paul E. Martin 

Cecil Lee May 

Billy Howard McClendon 

Carl Owen McClenny 

Charles Ellis McCullough 

Richard Lynn McDaniel 

Larry Keith McPhail 

Hobart Francis Me Williams 

Philip Hill Meads 

George W. Merrell 

Charles Fred Mierow 

James Thomas Miller 

John Russell Miller 

Henry Mittel 



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William Shelton Moore 
Richard Arthur Muckle 
Robert Eugene Muhm 
Lee Murchison 
Thomas James Mynar 
James Joseph Nance 
Morris Hunter Nelson 
David Clay Ogle 
Emilio J. Ortega-V. 
Granville Emil Ott 
John W. Palko 
Frank Martin Parr 
ack Dowlin Parsons 
ohn Claude Pennin^ton 
Villiam Patrick Perrin 
James Paul Phillips 
Allen M. Piece 
William Emmanuel Pierrel 
Freddie Ivan Poer 
Woodrow W. Pope 
Alfredo Prada 
Lionel Daniel Provazek 
Charles Nolan Raney 
Roger Thornton Ray- 
Edward Allen Reedy 
Gene Calvin Richards 
B. Richie, Jr. 
Charles Glenn Richie 
George Floyd Roberts 
William Franklin Russell 
David Saadeh 
James Randall Schultz 
Bryant Pearce Seay, Jr. 
Farouk Hamed Shammatt 



Dean Wesley Short 
William Dent Simpson 
James Marshall Smith 
Gene L. Staas 
Billy Eugene Sweet 
George Jack Tahu, Jr. 
William Clayton 1 atom 
Charles Sylvanus Taylor 
I. S. Taylor 
Paul A. Taylor 
Sonthorn Thaviphoke 
Charles Richard Thorpe 
Halsey Lee Tribble 
Arnold Joseph Tucker 
Keaton Ray Turner 
Everett James Turvey 
LTdorn Vadhanasindhu 
Gloria Jean Van Cleave 
Richard F. Vanderpool 
Donald Fredrick Vehrs 
Wilbert Harold Vogel 
Edwin Link Walker, Jr. 
Robert F. Weeks 
Robert Edwin Wehmeyer 
Don Andrew Wick 
Joseph Frank Williams 
Richmon Roy Williams 
Donald S. Wilson 
Robert Addison Witt 
James Edwin Wood 
Marion Edward Wood 
Lee Don Woodruff 
Lawrence Albert Ya^ei, Jr. 
Ralph Garland Yoas 




AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS 

The purpose of the student chapter of AIME shall be to furnish a medium of co-operation 
among the students, faculty and industry through meetings for professional and social intercourse 
and to stimulate the preparation, reading, discussion and circulation of papers connected therewith. 



Fall 

JOHN T. SHERWOOD 
JOHN MILTON HOFFMAN 
WILLIAM TURNER LATHAM . 
CHARLES MONROE DODD, HI 
LYNDON PAUL HOLCOMB 
KERMIT E. BROWN . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer .... 
Faculty Advisor 



Spring 

JOHN T. SHERWOOD 
JOHN MILTON HOFFMAN 
WILLIAM TURNER LATHAM 
CHARLES MONROE DODD, HI 
LYNDON PAUL HOLCOMB 
KERMIT E. BROWN 



STUDENT ENGINEERING COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 



CHARLES SCOTT PARKER 



STERLING PARKER RANDOLPH 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Kermit E. Brown 
William Warford Dingle 



Daniel G. Abcrnathy 
Donald Edgar Andrews 
Richard R, Armstrong 
Mamdouh B. Baggal 
Billy Bert Baker 
William McLaughlin Baker 
Billy Harold Balthrop 
Floyd Donald Barkley 
Fred Mack Barnes 
Mark Hall Beers 
David Wayne Berry 
Jack Price Bowyer 
Howard C. Brants, Jr. 
['.mil Bernard Brauer 
Truman Breed, Jr. 
Gerald Rhea Brooks 
Donnie Brown 
Karl Hermann Buck 
Guy Burnett, Jr. 
Thomas Barker Calvert 
Howell Milton Cannon 
Donald Glen Carlson 
Billy Ronald Carnes 
Larry Anthony Carr 
Paul Milton Carraway 
Arthur D. Carter 
Michael Arthur Carter 
Martin David Chester 
Eugene Childers 
Alton Carroll Clay 
Kenneth Lee Cochrum 
Ronald Jarrrll Cole 
James Michael Collier 
Richard Dean Comstock 
William Marr Copeland 
Joe K. Cubine 
Charles David Culver 
William L. Cupit, Jr. 
Paul Floyd Damek 
Elmer Leon Daniel 
Billy Glenn Davidson 



Cesar De Leon 
William Chester Dendy Jr. 
Charles Monroe Dodd, III 
George Lawrence Drenner, Jr. 
Herman Joseph Dvoracek 
Duane Osmand Dybdahl 
Don Harold Edgington 
James Floyd Ellebracht 
Charles Edward Engclman 
Norman Phillip Faist 
James Walter Ferguson 
\Villiam E. Fickert 
John Oge Flannery, Jr. 
Dennis Maclarin FVauenberger 
Kenneth Wayne Frazier 
Kenneth A. Freeman 
Tom Gene Fulton 
James Lyman Gallagher 
Bert M. Gamble 
Daniel H. Gauntt 
Thomas A. Goff 
Harvey Leo Gold 
Joe Miller Gregory 
William Francis Greve, Jr. 
David Evan Griffiths 
Sergio Grioni 
Carl Henry Groen 
Roger Edwin Gruhlkey 
James McEvoy Guenther 
Walter Wallace Hailing 
Jerry Don Ham 
Charles Emmett Hampton 
Phil W. Handley 
Jimmy Lyn Harris 
Charles David Hartman 
Charles Andrew Haynes 
Kenneth Wayne Heathington 
Peter J. Heinle 
Wendall Royce Hill 
John Milton Hoffmann 
Lyndon Paul Holcomb 
Ashlav M. Houston 



MEMBERS 

Rex Glenn Howell 
James Edward Huckaby 
J. L. Jackson, Jr. 
Malcolm Ronald Johnson 
Robert Lewis Johnson 
William M. Johnson 
James Phylander Johnston 
Harry Alison Jones 
Jerry Dale Jones 
Dinesh R. KapadSa 
David L. Kelley 
Henry F. Keplinger 
Clarence Edison Kirby 
Michael Lee Klein 
Willie Joe Kostka 
Charles Henry Kosub 
Russell Calhoun Lacey 
William Morgan Lamb 
A. W. Landers 
Benjamin Travis Laney 
William Turner Latham 
George Vernon Leslie 
Ernest Abbott Leyendecker 
Joseph Robert Liles 
Tommy N. LSnder 
Tommie Mae Long 
Kenneth Wayne Lyons 
Edwin K. Maeckel 
Eddie M. Mahfood 
Joel Thomas Mays 
Burlcy Patton McCarley 
Thomas Edward McCauley 
Wendell J. McClintock 
Richard Gordon McCracken 
Clenton John McMicken 
Gerald Barton McNeill 
Victor Cuthrell Meitzcn 
William C. Melnar 
Aristides Millan 
Clifford Allen Miller 
Charles Hermann Moerbe 
Edward Moerbe 



Robert G. Edgerton 

Norman Lamont 

Orland Bernard Dommers 



James Roland Mollard 
Dacl Jose Montiel 
Mark Kimbrough Mosley, Jr. 
Donald Ray Murphy 
Gerald Lawrence Murphy 
Manuel Ortego, Jr. 
Robert Franklin Owen 
Charles Scott Parker 
Tom Dewey Parker 
Marshall Barton Patterson 
Robert W. Patteson, Jr. 
George Euclid Payne, Jr. 
Benjamin F. Pennington 
Charles Martin Perrott 
Charles Leonard Pesek 
Scott Petty, Jr. 
Stanley C. Pnipps 
Allen John Pierce 
John George Prather 
Townes Garrett Pressler 
Jerry Franklin Priddy 
Spencer Gordon Randolph 
Sterling Parker Randolph 
Alvin James Raschke 
William Earl Rawlings 
Charles Edward Reed 
Robert Edmond Reed 
Carl E. Reistle 
Clarence Burton Robbins 
James Edward Roberts 
Roland Everett Roberts 
Ross D. Roberts 
Stanley Henry Rosenthal 
Henry Lowndes Rugeley, Jr. 
Pedro Jose Saa 
Jesse Leon Sabala, Jr. 
Jimmy Dwayne Samford 
Harry C. Sampsell 
Floyd Keith Sanford, Jr. 
Wayne L. Schmidt 
John Fisher Schwarz 
George Francis Sears 



Joel Morgan Shepherd 
Francis Eugene Sheppard, Jr. 
John T. Sherwood 
Billie James Slack 
Manuel Julius Sliva 
Charles Robert Smith 
Larry Keith Spencer 
Walter Eugene Spencer 
Willis Carter Steed 
Donald R. Stephen 
James Rush Stewart 
Walter Scott Stewart 
Michael Asa Stone 
Louis Edward Stout 
James Edgar Suttle 
Aied Saliba Sweis 
William H. Taylor 
Robert Frank Teague 
Wyndell M. Thomas 
Aurelia Theresa Timpte 
Thomas Dwayne Tiner 
Faruk Halil Turan 
Eloy Vento 
Harry Arthur Vest 
Arthur James Von Rosenberg 
James Francis Waggener 
William E. Walker. I 
Joe M. Wanenmacher, Jr. 
Bryce Gerald Whisler, Jr. 
Bobby Wayne White 
Roy Dale Williams 
Wiley C. Wimberly 
Dean Eakin Wolf 
Glenn Earl Wood 
Charles Gayle Woodward 
Robert Wayne Wright 
Merne Edward Young 
H. L. Youngblood 
Keating V. Zeppa 
Raul Zuniga 




l-int Rnu: l,,ih..ni. S. (.. Randolph, S. P. Randolph, Mahfood, Balthrop. Bagal, Schmidt. Frazier. Gamble. 
-t-L" n , ** aw '' Doininers. Sabala. Cochrum. Damek. Holcomb. Sherwood, Hoffmann, Kapadia, Rred, Gunther, Daniel. 
Third Row: Brown, Gregory, Robbins, Whisler, C. Reed, Berry, Melnar. Lander*. Hampton, Williams, Gold. Wright. 
fourth Ron: Dingle Cubine. Dodd DC Leon, Sweis, Owen, Raschke, Cole, Hailing, Von Rosenberg, Lamont, Edgerton. 
ri//A Row: Fulton. Leslie, Wood, Taylor. 



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Front Row. Boyd, Langley, T. C. Calvert, Williamson. Albrecht, Kneblik. 

Second Row: Harvey, Marck, T. Nelson, Wickline, Coyle, Fischer, Morris, Huckabay, Dowdy, Morrow, Valtierra, Howard. 

Third Row: Rodgers, Chelf, Weyel, Woelk, Moss, Schwab, Rawlings, Booher, Perry, J. Saenz, R. Saenz, Ramage, Kent, Sullivan. 



Fall 

CARL C. WILLIAMSON 
EMIL E. FRIBERG 
GEORGE J. SULLIVAN, JR. 
JOHN EDWIN HICKS 
CECIL HUGH RAMAGE 
ROBERT LEE JONES . 
BILLY RAY COBB 
HUGH LEE MORRIS . 
HARRY L. KENT, JR. 



OFFICERS 



Chairman 

First Vice-Chairman 
Second Vice-Chairman 
Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
S.E.C. Representative 
Intramural Manager . 
Sponsor .... 



Spring 

GEORGE J. SULLIVAN, JR. 
CECIL RAY SHEARER 
HUGH LEE MORRIS 
GLENN D. WICKLINE 
PHILLIP KEITH DAVIS 
JIMMY WILFORD GROOM 
BILLY RAY COBB 
HORACE ALTON SAMPSON 
HARRY L. KENT, JR. 



MEMBERS 



II 



Charles Earl Aberholt 
Emmett Roosevelt Albrecht 
Gene Edwin Allen 
Norman A. Alston 
Karl John Amelang 
William Reese Anderson 
Harold Eugene Andrews 
William Erwin Arndt 
William Richard Arnold 
Donald Keith Harrington 
Don Wilson Barry 
Johnnie Henry Bartosh 
Newton Cameron Beam, Jr. 
Clyde Roger Beaver 
William Rex Bell 
Clyde Wilfred Bischofshausen 
Charter Cecil Bishop, Jr. 
Marvin Richard Blaser 
Hulen Allen Blaylock 
Claude Robert Booher, Jr. 
Charles Jerry Borum 
William Jasper Boyd 
William Vann Brown 
Wayne Leon Browning 
William Harold Buckley 
Billy James Buice 
Lee Murry Burch 
John M. Burke 
Carl Wilson Burton 
Carroll Albert Buster 
Thomas Barker Calvert 
Thomas Charles Calvert 
Preston Huard Carroll 
Herbert Dale Carver 
Santiago L. Cerna 
James Dvorak Chalupnik 
Gary Therman Cheatham 
Billy Ray Chelf 
Paul Chi Hsien Chiang 
F. David Clark 
Robert Allen Clonch 
Harvey Herbert Clousei Jr. 
Billy Ray Cobb 
Maurice Waune Cole, Jr. 
Hershell Benny Cope 
Jerry Marvin Cottingham 
Wilbur Walter Cottle 
Roy Leon Cox 
Forrest E. Coyle 



Robert H. Crawford 
Joel Dwain Creel 
Morris Madden Creel 
Howard Neil Crosby 
Gary Leon Curren 
Keys Alexander Curry, Jr. 
Billy Clyde Davis 
Philip Keith Davis 
William Robert Davis 
Marion E. Dews 
David Benton Dibrell 
Norman Clifford Dickerson 
John P. Dieter 
Walter Brockman Douglas 
Jack McCoy Dowdy 
Martin Thomas Dreiss, Jr. 
Kenneth Ray Dunlap 
James Lynn Durbin 
Harold Raymond Durham 
Gordon Holly Earhart 
James McKinley Eckhart 
Allan Richard Emerson 
Newton England, Jr. 
Boyd Frank Etheredge 
James Edmund Fagan 
Carl S. Ferguson, Jr. 
Herbert James Fischer 
Jerry Gene Foose 
Tazh Taylix Fonville 
Bobbie G. Forsythe 
Harold Wayborn Foster 
Henry James Frantzen 
James B. Frazier 
Emil E. Friberg 
Bobby Lavelle Fritz 
Phillip Fluey Furman 
Charles Edward Gallishaw 
Byron H. Gough 
Elmer Albert Grape 
Philip Ray Gray 
Joe Miller Gregory 
Jerry Kenneth Gregston 
Edward Gripp 
Jimmy Wilford Groom 
David Lyle Grossman 
Pierre T. Guay 
John Robert Gunter 
Robert Calvin Guthrie 
Norman Lynn Hains 



James Benjamin Hall 


Robert Eugene Kunze 


Lloyd Durman Oldham 


Jesse Berman Hall, Jr. 
Royce Herman Hall, Jr. 


Russell Calhoun Lacey 
Robert David Langley 


Jergen Edward Olson 
Robert Fiske Otis 


Kenneth Oliver Kamstra 


Billy Dale Lapham 


Gordon Henry Otto 


H. C. Hardie, Jr. 


Mehoi Larizadeh 


William Francis Overall 


Maynard Bartow Harris 


William R. LaRoche 


Gerald Patrick Parker 


Roy Duane Harris 


Freddy Aijala Larrea 


Richard Alan Patrick 


Charles Vincent Harvey 


Harold Wesley Leigh 


William Dorrance F*atterson 


Dan Earl Hawley 


Murvel Murphy Little, Jr. 


R. C. Paulette, Jr. 


George Archie Helland 


Fred Lofton 


Arvin Dixon Perry 


Richard Jos Heller 


Marvin Paul Lucas 


Dean H. Perry 


L D. Helm 


Robert Rooker Luke 


David Elbert Pierce 


David Lawrence Herrington 


Richard Lincoln Madison 


Robert Dale Pinkston 


Milton Robert Hertel 


Mounir AH Mahdi . 


Bobby Lynn Poe 


John Edwin Hicks 


David Kent Mains 


Thomas Frodell Poe 


Samuel Thomas Hodgdon 
James Charles Hugh Hoge 
Thomas Earl Holt 


William Alan Marcontell 
Nelson Fred Marek 
Thomas Rush Mast 


Johnnie Joe Polasek 
Gene Alan Prim 
John Charles Procter 


Jimmy Jack Hoote 
John Davis Horton 


William Clayton McBride 
Richard David McCamy 


Richard John Prokop 
Clarence Robert Pruitt 


Louis Benjamin Houston, Jr. 


Maxie Dan McCrary 


J. Dwight Pugh 


Weldon Lee Howard 


Gerald G. McDonald 


James L. Puice 


James Donald Huckabay 


James L. McEIroy 


Donald Leroy Purinton 


Jim Ray Hudson 


Jerry Walker McFarland 


Samuel William Hutch 


Donald Clyde Hugus 


Charles William McHugh 


Cecil Hugh Ramage 


Robert Alan Hunt 


George Patrick McKenna 


David Lloyd Ransom 


Claude W. Hunter 


Kenneth Ear! McNeill 


Venkat Kishen Rao 


David B. Hutchison 


Hueh Nelson McWilliams 


Charles Edwin Rawlings 


Christakis Efstathiou loannou 


William Charles Meacham 


Michael Dean Reifel 


John T. Irick 


Harry Thomas Mei 


Albert P. Richter, Jr. 


Donald Winfred Johnson 


Alan George Mellor 


Sam C. Roach 


Emory Dwain Johnson 


Karl Clarence Meredith 


Conway Harold Roberts 


James D. Johnson 


Daniel Alexander Miller 


Robert Edwin Robinson 


Eric Lynn Jones 


Lester Albert Miller 


William Freddie Rodgers 


Herman Kenneth Jones 


Wilmer Malcolm Mirtsching 


Vernon Ormel Root 


Richard Douglas Jones 


Martin Lee Moerbe 


I/ziddin Nouri Saadellah 


Robert Lee Jones 


Michael Lee Molak 


Don Earl Saddoris 


Neil Robert Jorgensen 
Daniel David Kana 
Frank Roderick Keith 


Charles Travis Moorman 
John David Morell 
Hugh F.,ee Morris 


James Edward Sadler 
Juan Jose Saenz, III 
Raul Sergio Saenz 


A. H. AH Kekleya 


James Philip Morrow 


Horace Alton Sampson 


David Andrew Kendrick 


Edward E. Moss 


Van FI. Schindler 


Richard Lee Kennedy 
George William Knebel 


James Charles Murphy 
Leroy Fred Nagel 


Jerrv C. Schnepp 
C. W. Schoelknpf 


Clarence Edward Kneblik 


Thomas E. Nelson 


Calvin Kruse Schroeder 


Werner Koch 


Robert Vernon Nelson 


Robert Rudolph Schwab 


Vimal Kochhar 


Albert Gus Newberry 


Robert Wallace Senn 


Thomas Ronald Kotara 


Billy Mac Nichols 


Cecil Ray Shearer 


Arthur Joseph Krause 


Clyde Earvin Nolan, Jr. 


Stuart Crow Shelton 




Robert Lee Ogden 


Russell Lowell Shrader 



Curtis Ronald Shuler 
William L. Shupe 
Haskell L. Simon 
Hendricks T. Sites 
Thomas Ray Slaten 
Harold Gene Smith 
Joe Rae Smith 
Leslie Howard Smith 
Jerome Robert Sobeczek 
James Monroe Spears 
Robert Fredric Spies 
Charles Frank Stanfield 
Philip Llewellyn Stanton 
Donald Elaine Steffa 
Edward James Stelly 
Philip Jacob Sterle 
Weldon Raymond Stewart 
George J. Sullivan, Jr. 
David Allen Mathew Sundquist 
David Owen Swint 
Johnny James Swoboda 
John J. Talbert 
Byron Dean Tapley 
Larrv Ford Templeton 
Ralph Wayne Theis 
Elton M. Tucker 
Thomas Francis Turner 
Tommy Ray Turner 
James Smith Underwood 
James Ernest Upton 
Michael L. Valtierra 
Herbert Lee Vaughn, Jr. 
Charles W. Volek 
Johnny Charles Wachel 
Nimrod Leland Walton 
Elton Leon Weaver 
Charles Herbert Weinert 
Waller Maxwell West, Jr. 
Thomas Eugene Wendel 
Aljan Edgar Weyel 
William Thomas Whitman 
Glenn D. Wickline 
Carl C. Williamson 
John E. Woelk 
Thomas Eugene Wood 
Lloyd Adair Wooldridge, Jr. 
Jerry Chester Worden 
Kenneth Joseph Wunsch 
William Glenn Young 
Herbert Gerald Zinsmeyer 



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ARAB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 



The purpose of the ARAB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION is to promote further 
understanding among students on the campus. 



Fall 

JOE KADRI . . . . 
WALID H. CHABAN 
WALID B. RABBAT 
KAMIL N. ATIYYAH . 
MOHAMMED SAID HAJJAR 
JOE WEST NEAL . 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 

Sponsor .... 



Spring 

JOE KADRI 
WALID H. CHABAN 
WALID B. RABBAT 
KAMIL N. ATIYYAH 
MOHAMMED SAID HAJJAR 
JOE WEST NEAL 



MEMBERS 



George Abadjian 
Numan A. Adbul-Latif 
Azmi A. Adbul-Hadi 
Saad Abu Khadra 
Khalid N. Ajaji 
Mohamed N'oman Ajam 
Mohamed Jamil Akhras 
Abdulla Hamid Al-Saji 
Majed Husein Amine 
Jamal Aswad 
Ahmad Mohamed Attar 
K.I mil Nassim Attiyyah 
Farouk Ayyoub 
Mamdouh Bakri Baggal 
Abdullah Salim Bakr 
Khalil Bishara Bannura 
Walid Hussein Chaban 
Mohamed Chakchouk 
Mohamed Darwish 
Adnan Mahmoud Dibee 



Khalil M. Dibee 
Mohamed Farouk Dougli 
Had! Dulaymi 
Ahmad Toufis El-Baba 
Mohamrd Hclmy El-Fetouh 
Mustafa El-Hagal 
Joseph Ezzeddine El-Kadri 
Azhar Mahmoud Ezzat 
Mahmoud M. Faham 
Mamoun Ali Fahel 
Zuheir Ramez Fakhoury 
Mohamed Fakhr El-Din 
Saad Gamal-Eldin 
Hadi Majed Haddad 
Ahmad Marwan Hajjar 
Mohamed Said Hajjar 
Ghazi Jamal Hashem 
Wail Ibrahim Hashem 
Samir Ahmad Hassan 
Khaled Kassab Hassan 



Jamil Chanim Hedjazi 
Isam Hamdi Hilou 
Bari A-B Hussami 
Adnan Taj Joud 
Nizar Kadri 
Kasim M. Kayyal 
Abdul-Hassceb Kekheya 
Abdelghany A. Khalafallah 
Aref Mahayni 
Munir Ali Mahdi 
Anwar Hamdi Mahmalji 
Muhidin M. Majzoub 
Abdul-Wahab M. K. Makiya 
M. Araf Makki 
Nazem Marrache 
Rimon Nicola Masad 
Sabih Taher Masri 
Abul-Wahab Matar 
Mohamed S. Mezayek 
Adeeb Abbas Mohamad 



Yussef Nabhani 
Assad Ali Nasr 
Walid B. Rabbat 
Karim Ibrahim Saad 
Izziddine Saaddallah 
Mahmud Mohamed Sahtout 
Anwar Sakbani 
Mohamed Ziyad Salah 
Adib R. Samman 
Yussef R. Samman 
Fraih Farhan Shahatit 
Esber Ibrahim Shaheen 
Salah Rashid Shahin 
Farouk Hamid Shammatt 
Adel Sharaf 

Mohamed Khalid Shehadeh 
Fouad Tawfik 
Nabih I. Totah 
Marwan Okab Yahya 
Ahmad Abdullah Zamel 




Front Row: Ajam. Mostafa Mo 

Elba* Ali, Kayyal. Akhras, Saad 
lah, Samir M. Kassir. 



Second Roiv: Marrach. Mi.ilirrn 
Khalafallah, Aly Mohamed M 
M.I.I-. ii. tin. Haddad, Kadri. Mr 
yek, Patricia Ann Mrzayek. 
Lou Hilou, I. Hilou. 



Third Ro:c: Chaban. Farouk 
Ayoub. Mahayni, Joud, Nab 
Chakrhouk. 



:,,!!, Rou': Mahdi. Salah, Shahati 
Abdul Hamid Dabboussi, N 
Shahin. 



Filth Rou-: Fahcl. A. Hajjar, 
El-Baba, Faham. 



xtk Row: M. Hajjar. Abdul;! 
Sahlout. Batreal. Yahya, 
Abdul-Latif, Fakhouri. 



,: ,nili Ro:t: Mohammed Arif Hay 
Rabbat. El-Kadri. A. Attar, Ell 
D. Attar, Hrdjazi. Masad. M 
yah. Hiimi Mohamed Ab 
Fetouh. 



Eighth Ron-: Kokheya, ll.i~.in. Hu 
sami. Makiya. Masri. K. Dib 
A. Dibee. Saad. Bannura. 



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ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY 




Front Row: Altaian, Nesbit, Spears, Ryan, Hamilton, Flato. 

Second How: Milam, Corbusier, Trice, Barren, Weddington, Hardwick. 

Third Row: Gilbreath, Bivins, Rugeley, Bailey, Callaway, Cunningham, Guenzel, Kirksey. 

Fourth Ron;: Little, Mueller, Austin, Riddick, Mahone, Bush, Easley. 



The purpose of Ashbel Literary Society is to promote interest in good literature 
through bi-monthly speakers. 



Fall 

ELINOR ANN CORBUSIER 

JOAN HARDWICK 

BETTY LOUISE BURKHART . 

MARILYN BARRON . 

PEGGY ANNE WEDDINGTON . 

CAROLE ELIZABETH SANDLIN 

Lois BAIRD TRICE , 



Eleanor Martha Altman 
Mary Bond Austin 
Lynne Bailey 
Marilyn Barron 
Helen Wynyard Bellhouse 
Nancy S. Bivins 
Betty Rae Brown 
Betty Louise Burkhart 
Patricia Ann Bush 
Elizabeth Spencer Callaway 
Claire Childs 
Elinor Ann Corbusier 
Nancy Randolph Crow 
Julia May Cunningham 
Rita Carolyn Easley 
Jean Barrillon Felder 
Nancy Ferguson 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 

Reporter .... 

Sponsor 



MEMBERS 

Janet Knox Flato 
Marjorie Ann Foster 
Patrice Sue Gilbreath 
Adreinne Gay Gooch 
Susan Frances Gresham 
Jean Hill Guenzel 
Margaret Ann Hamilton 
Joan Hardwick 
Frances Harris 
Cynthia Anne Houston 
Janet Loal Howard 
Eleanor Leighton Johnson 
Janet Rose Jorns 
Carolyn Virginia Keelen 
Ellen Kathryn Kirksey 
Billie Little 
Barbara Claire Lyle 



Spring 

ELINOR ANN CORBUSIER 
JOAN HARDWICK 
BETTY LOUISE BURKHART 
MARY SUSAN NESBIT 
EUGENIA MARIE MAHONE 
CAROLE ELIZABETH SANDLIN 
Lois BAIRD TRICE 



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Eugenia Marie Mahone 
Diana Candace Milam 
Camilla Beatrice Mueller 
Mary Susan Nesbit 
Helen Patricia Parks 
Sherrill Claire Peavy 
Judy Katherine Pulver 
Anne Ratliff 
Marcia Anne Reynolds 
Patricia Roane Riddick 
Diane Lucille Roshton 
Carol Ann Rugeley 
Linda Jane Ryan 
Carole Elizabeth Sadlin 
Sally Elizabeth Spears 
Peggy Anne Weddington 
Bettv Lvnn \Vomack 




PVIF. 461 




ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD 
EDUCATION 



Our purpose is to work for the education and well-being of children and to raise the standard of 
preparation and to encourage the professional growth of students in education. 



Fall 

LYNDALL OTEY MAXWELL . 
SHIRLEY RUTH BORDEN 
LINDA BETH GRUMBLES 
PATSY ANN WHORTON . 
PATRICIA ANNE HAYNES 
CHARLES H. DENT 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Reporter . 
Sponsor . 



Spring 

LYNDALL OTEY MAXWELL 
SHIRLEY RUTH BORDEN 
LINDA BETH GRUMBLES 
DOROTHY MAY JANAK 
PATRICIA ANNE HAYNES 
CHARLES H. DENT 



MEMBERS 



Hilaria La La Acosta 
Leonora Gertrude Anderson 
Betty Lou Atkins 
Majorie Saxon Barge 
Carol Charlotte Bertram 
Mary Jo Beverley 
Shirley Ruth Borden 
Annette Esther Branch 
Phyllis Braslau 
Wana Lee Broughton 
Phyllis Louise Burks 
Stella Maureen Burns 
Mary Anna Burris 
Mary Ruth Butler 
Barbara Carol Cage 
Elvira Carlin 
Martha Jean Caywood 
Celine Golda Chaskin 
Ruth Ann Clift 
Juanita Muller Cooke 
Marjorie Ann Crcswell 
Martha Dee Davison 



Lou Adele Dorrell 

Mildred Lynn Fallek 

Mary Estelle Griffin 

Sandra Len Griffith 

Linda Beth Grumbles 

Patricia Anne Haynes 

Judith Ann Hickman 

Patricia Lynne Holleman 

Judith Walker Holmes 

Susan Louise Houston 

Diane Lorraine Howe 

Marilyn Sue Hurley 

Charlotte Goodpasture Hydrick 

Dorothy May Janak 

Joy Elaine Jordan 

Emma Marie Keasler 

Mary Glyn Kittle 

Carolyn Annette Koenig 

Elisabeth Ann Kolodny 

Sharon Gay Kuglc 

Mary Jean Lantz 

Martha E. Leach 



Muriel Natalie Levander 
Barbara Dianne Levin 
Wilma Nell Logan 
Susan Mara 
Lyndall Otey Maxwell 
LaRue Faye McAmis 
Paula Beth McGee 
Lynda Lee McKeown 
Lorraine Miller 
Jack R. Mills 
Eva Charlene Moss 
Nancy Pat Nelson 
Gail Whitely Ogletree 
Diana Gail Parsons 
Cleo Pena 

Evelyn Francis Pietzsch 
Lucinda Ann Porter 
Patsy Anne Porter 
Julia Ann Roberts 
Patricia Jo Roberts 
Carole Jean Robinson 
Barbara Sue Rosenbloom 



Elizabeth Ann Rumph 
Enrique L. Salinas 
Carole Mildred Schade 
Maxine Elizabeth Schuhmann 
Elizabeth Shaw 
Mary Ann Shaw 
Kathleen Ann Shepherd 
Barbara Sue Smith 
Suzanne Margaret Smith 
Susan Jeanne Studdard 
Beverly Ann Thornton 
Louise Yvonne Uselton 
Mildred Burl Vance 
Mollie Marie Villeret 
Kay Walcowich 
Jean Bryant Wells 
Carol Dee West 
Patsy Ann Whorton 
Gwendolen Jane Wier 
Coleta Jean Williams 
Sylvia Eugenia Winston 
George Ting Wu 




h'rant Row: Anista, M.IMU-. Bnrdrn. Whorton. Crumbles. Wirr, Wu, Maxwell. 

Sfcnnd Kn:r: Shepherd. Anderson. Villeret. Houston. Dorrell. Moss. 

Third Roir: Holleman. Holmes. Mara. Uselton. Nelson, Kolodny, Levin. 

h'nurlh Hnsr: Caywood. Shaw. Davison. Srhade. Griffith. Burks. 

fillk Wn.-i .Ri.senbloom, Chaskin. Fallek, Wells, Carlin. 

Sixth Haw: MrKeown, Caite, Janak, J. Roberts, Burris. S. Smith. 



PACE 462 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




Front Row: Crider, Cooksey, 

Second Row: Irvine, Howard, Wallace, Walter, Kliever, Simpson, Ettredge, Crawford, Baker. 



The primary aim of the BAPTIST STUDENT UNION is Christian Studentship, 
an attempt to furnish the student with every possible challenge to hear, answer, and 
live God's call in his life on the campus. The ultimate aim is Christian Citizenship, 
God's purpose lived out in all life's experiences. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



President . . . . . 
Enlistment Vice-President . 
Promotional Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Worship Chairman . 
Evangelism Chairman . 
Intramurals Chairman . 
Editor of THE LINK . . 
Music Chairman 
Publicity Chairman 
Social Chairman 
YWA Chairman 
Hostess .... 
Director of Activities 



Jo ANN CRIDER 
MIKE RYHNE SIMPSON, JR. 
HARRY JOSEPH WALTER, III 
SYLVIA JEAN COOKSEY 
FRANK JAMES IMKE 
PEGGY ANN ETTREDGE 
JAMES EDGAR CRAWFORD 
JIMMY L. Ross 
CARL DEAN HOWARD 
ROY JAMES IRVINE 
LAMAR TRAVIS BAKER 
PATRICIA ANN MORROW 
CAROLE ANN WALLACE 
JANIS EVERS JONES 
REVEREND LONNIE KLIEVER 




PACE 46?> 




CAP AND GOWN 



Senior women are eligible to become members in this organization designed to help 
them bridge the gap between school life and the community life. Annually CAP AND 
GOWN sponsors Swing Out. 



Fall 

SHIRLEY ANN BIRD 
PATRICIA PADGETT 
ETTA MAE COURTNEY 
ELINOR CLYDE DRAKE 
ANN HUFFINGTON 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN . 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 
Reporter . 
Sponsor 



Spring 

SHIRLEY ANN BIRD 
PATRICIA PADGETT 
ETTA MAE COURTNEY 
ELINOR CLYDE DRAKE 
ANN HUFFINGTON 
HELEN MARGARET FLINN 



Shirley Ann Bird 
Winona Lynn Cornelius 
Etta Mae Courtney 
Elinor Clyde Drake 



COUNCIL 

Shannon Howard 
Ann Huffington 
Ann Carlisle Junecka 
Karen Klinefelter 



Virginia Nutt 
Patricia Padgett 
Patricia Ann Parker, II 
Mary Kate Surratt 



C. F. O. 
CATHOLIC FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION 




Front Row: Slomchinski, Young, Adamo, Carubbi, Steinhardt, Svoboda, Polasek. 

Second Row: Jones, Chauvin, Holden, Peters, Mrs. Edwena Krutchfield, Schieffer, Hanak, Talbot, Messina. 
Third Row: Womack, Vacker, Maresh, Korzekwa, Mullins, Cans, Robertson, Fowler, Canales, Furlow. Gold. 
Fourth Row: Gaffney, Carroll, Hudson, Holland, Ledwig, Jeter, Clarkson, J. R. McBride, Merlick, Vander Laan. 



The C. F. O. is a social fraternity for Catholic men. 



Fall 

ANGELO JOSEPH CARUBBI, JR. 
MICHAEL CHARLES ADAMO . 
FRANK BERNARD SLOMCHINSKI 
PHILIP GAFFREY YOUNG, JR. . 
STEPHAN BRIAN STEINHARDT 
ROBERT J. MURPHY, C. S. P. 
DAVID O'BRIEN, C. S. P. . . 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor . 

Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

HARRY STEPHEN JONES 
MICHAEL CHARLES ADAMO 
FRANK BERNARD SLOMCHINSKI 
CHARLES PHILLIP PETERS 
MELBOURNE STANLEY CANS 
ROBERT J. MURPHY, C. S. P. 
DAVID O'BRIEN, C. S. P. 



MEMBERS 



Michael Charles Adamo 
Angelo Joseph Carubbi, Jr. 
Edward Allison Clarkson, Jr. 
William Joseph Fowler 
Melbourne Stanley Cans 
Harvey Leo Gold 
Walter Karl Hanak 
William Paul Holden, Jr. 
Samuel Matthew Holland, Jr. 
Oscar McDonald Hudson, Jr. 



Thomas Gentry Jeter, Jr. 
Harry Stephen Jones 
Sam Michael Korzekwa 
Thomas Ronald Kotara 
Ralph F. Ledwig 
John Roy McBride 
Timothy George Maresh 
Mario Leo Messina 
Jack A. Mullins 



Charles Phillip Peters 
Johnnie Joe Polasek 
William Edmond Robertson, Jr. 
Richard Allen Schieffer 
Frank Bernard Slomchinski 
Stephen Brian Steinhardt 
Leonard Steve Svoboda 
Donald Emil Vacker 
Phillip Gaffney Young, Jr. 



PLEDGES 



Oswaldo Acosta 
Alexander Jesse Canales 
Bernard Robert Carroll 
Larry Andrew Chauvin 
John Charles Furlow 
James Lloyd GafTney 
James Francis McBride 



Carroll Wayne Merlick 
Rene Javier Ramirez 
Bernard Jerome Sablatura 
Hugo A. Stehling 
James Adam Talbot 
Mikell Fredrick Vander Laan 
Seamon Jeffery Womack 




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CHARROS 



The purpose of CHARROS is to have the second annual world's largest college rodeo. 



Fall 

WILLIAM CAREY CRUTCHER 
BOBBY RAY BOND . 
JUDITH ANN METZ 
ELIZABETH ANN DUDGEON . 
LAURA PRESTON 
WADE LYNN BROWN . . . 
BYRON BERT BROWN 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Recording Secretary . 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor . 

Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

WILLIAM CAREY CRUTCHER 
BOBBY RAY BOND 
JUDITH ANN METZ 
ELIZABETH ANN DUDGEON 
LAURA PRESTON 
WADE LYNN BROWN 
BYRON BERT BROWN 



MEMBERS 



Cora Louise Amcrman 
Madelon Elaine Anderson 
William H. Armstrong 
Betty Cole Ashcraft 
Allan A. Bailey 
Naida Louise Barnes 
John Williamson Barnhill 
Sheila Barny 
Jay C. Bland 
Darlene Bland 
Carol Yvonne Blodgett 
Bobby Ray Bond 
Katherine Camp Buck 
Suzanne Brannan 
Athene Marie Bundick 
Robert Alexander Games 
Lee Jane Claypool 
Suzanne Collier 
Robert Laird Cook 
Robert Lee Crimm 
William Carey Crutcher 
Sarah Davidson 
John Lee Davis 



Elizabeth Ann Dudgeon 
Dian Duryea 
Chloe Edwards 
Robert DuBois Fears 
Sarah Rebekah Foster 
Joe Fowler 
Wesley Carol Friend 
Richard Lee Gannett 
Susan Blackshear Garrett 
Fred Milton Gerson 
Judith Francine Gordon 
Janet Guthrie 
Carolyn Janet Haley 
Welson Woolf Hammond 
Culvert Tom Hasler 
Brcnda Gale Hodges 
Leonard Clifton Holder, Jr. 
Ruben Wert Hope 
Thad Johnson Jarrett 
Sandra Lee Johnson 
Frank B. Jones, Jr. 
Virginia Anne Jones 
Frances Elizabeth Kincaid 



Berenice Grannell Kohlcr 

Francis Cyril Konzal 

Jimmy W. Kovar 

Louise LaBauve 

Virginia Vinson Lawhon 

Carol Lynn Lyles 

Ross Lee Martella, Jr. 

Patricia Jo Martin 

Helen Faltin Martin 

Arthur Mason 

Sarah Ellen McClure 

Karen McKinney 

Judith McMillion 

Judith Ann Mctz 

May Gustav Michaelis, III 

David Mayes Middleton 

Robert Lee Moffett, Jr. 

Bebe Denman Moody 

Rhetta Allan Moody 

William Gerald Nagel 

Calvin Lee Neely 

Waldo Burkctt Ncwcomb, Jr. 

Curtis Patrick Norris 



Hugh Pat Pate 

George Euclid Payne, Jr. 

Bruce Manard Pipkin 

Laura Preston 

Mary Sue Rager 

Thomas Jackson Risinger 

Mary Margaret Seewald 

Judith Scott 

Jerry Don Smith 

Sandra Jean Smith 

Mary Augusta Sonnichsen 

Angela Annette Steinle 

Ernest E. Straley 

Stephane Alyne Stewart 

Natalie Stout 

Gordon Barkley Sutton 

Deirdre Herron Teplow 

Ruthven Champion Tolbirt. Jr. 

Wylie Othell Webb 

Alice Lockett Wheless 

Francis Harris Whitehead, Jr. 

William Forrest Whitehead, Jr. 

Randall Kent Yeates 







nl R:r: Prrstnn, Ncwcomb, Melz, Ciuthrir, B. Moody, Lylcs, Dudgeon. Seewald, Wheless, Foster, Amerman. 
Setnnd Ron-. Hairy. Kinraid, Steinle, Lawlwn, Claypool, R. Moody. McClure, Kohler, Edwards, McMillion, Teplow, Buck. 
Thiid Ron: Payne, Straley, Neely, Nagel. Webb, J. Bland, Jarrett, Konzal, Pipkin, F. Junes. Joe II. Simmons, Crutcher. 
Fourth Ron: Tolbirt, Armstrong, Martella. Bond, Fowler, Fears, Holder, F. Whitehead, Risinger, Hasler, James W. Cooper, Sutton. 

PAOF. 466 




CHI GAMMA IOTA 




Front Row: Stevenson, Keel, Robinson, Damek, Bandy, Powell, Lain, Reed, Kluth, Barton, Balli. 

Second Row: Sellars, Barrera, Post, Beasley, Graham, Donaldson, Lopshire, Kassen, McGill, Schaefer, Castro. 

Third Roii': Soward, Royer, Hearne, Hittle, Cole, Redden, Howell, McCallum, Ford, Furushiro, Garcia, Von Rosenberg. 

Fourth Row: Johnson, Berlin, VanDyck, Tubb, Young, Baum, Youngblood, Sharke, Williams, White, Logan. 

The purpose is to promote social activities and serve the interest of veterans on the campus. 



Fall 

CHARLES A. ISOM . 
SIDNEY LAFORGE 
GEORGE EDWARD DOUGLAS 
SHERRELL L. HAZLEWOOD 
PHILIP JAY Fox 
RICHARD E. DERRICK . 
RALPH J. BEAVER . 
PHILIP R. GRAY 
OTIS ARNOLD SINGLETARY 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Reporter . 
Parliamentarian 
Treasurer . 
Historian . 
Master At Arms 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

JAMES LEON COLE 
GEORGE EDWARD DOUGLAS 
WILLIAM NELSON KASSEN 
MILBURN CLAYTON RIVERS 
BILLY BANDY 
RICHARD E. DERRICK 
CHARLES GENE ANDRES 
RICHARD H. FORTENBERRY, JR. 
OTIS ARNOLD SINGLETARY 



Charles Gene Andres 
Macedonio Balli, Jr. 
Billy Bandy 
Dagoberto Barrera 
Jack Quinn Barton 
Gerald Horace Baum 
Newton Cameron Beam, Jr. 
Billie Durwood Beasley 
Ralph J. Beaver, Jr. 
Quincy Adam Berlin, Jr. 



Emmett Ronald Carstens 
Albert Flores Castro 
James Leon Cole 
Jamieson Patrick Craddock 
Paul Floyd Damek 
Kenneth Edward Davis, Jr. 
Richard E. Derrick 
Jack Smith Donaldson 
George Edward Douglas 
Robert A. Enos 



MEMBERS 

Milton John Ford 

Richard H. Fortenbery, Jr. 

Paul Lynn Foster 

Philip Jay Fox 

Louis Furushiro 

Osvaldo Garcia 

William McClintock Graham 

Philip Ray Gray 

Sherrell L. Hazlewood 

Wendell Eugene Hearne 




Front Rott 
Second Rou- 



PACK 4fi7 



Librado Lionel Herrera 
Max William Hittle 
Bobby Lee Howell 
Charles A. Isom 
Michael Jamba 
Robert Emmett Johnson 
William Nelson Kassen 
.Darrel Jack Keel 
Peter S. Kessey 
George Kluth 
Sidney LaForge 
William Glenn Lain 
Alton G. Logan 
Donald Dean Lopshire 
Robert Eugene McCallum 
Bobby Ray McGill 
Raymond Clifton Patterson 
Gerald V. Post. Jr. 
V'ern Eldon Powell 
Dan David Redden 
Charles Edward Reed 
Milburn Clayton Rivers 
Clifford Theodore Robinson 
William Blackburn Royer, Jr. 
Joe Edward Schaefer 
Victor Carol Gene Sellars 
Donald Sharke 
Norman Carroll Soward 
James Wilbur Stevenson 
Woodie Lurman Thompson 
James Moses Brand Tubb 
John Conrath Van Dyck 



Douglas, Ison. LaForge. 

: Derrick, Fox, Beaicr, Hazlewood, Gray. 



Glenn Arthur Von Rosenberg 
Harry Ragsdalc White 
Archie D. Williams 
Ronald William Wright 
Sam A. Young 
Ray Wilson Youngblood 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION 



The purpose of the Christian Science Organization is to promote the teachings and practice of 
Christian Science throughout the University community. The students of this organization seek the 
unfoldment of fellowship as taught by Christ Jesus, in which they are able to make this faith a 
living faith through study, application, and demonstration of their understanding of God. 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

ROGER TERRY SHAPIRO . 
DONALD RAY FOERSTER . 
KAY NELL PEARSON . 
DON GILBERT REHMEYER 
ALTA JEAN ZEIDLER . 
HAROLD P. BRITTAIN . 
HELEN CLAIRE SHANER . 
ELEANOR B. STEVENS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Member-at-Large 
Reader . 
Reader . 
Sponsor . 



Spring 

DON GILBERT REHMEYER 
FRANCIS HARRIS WHITEHEAD, JR. 
KAY NELL PEARSON 
THAD JOHNSON JARRETT 
CHARLES NORMAN WOOD 
HAROLD P. BRITTAIN 
SERENA KAREN MORPHEW 
ELEANOR B. STEVENS 



Voting Members 
Harold P. Brittain 
Grace Anne Churchill 
Judy Kay Danneberg 
Elizabeth Anne Dixon 
Jean Ann Dzilsky 
Donald Ray Foerster 
David Adolph Gershner 
Otto Ross Harrison 
Carolyn Jean Hollis 
Clyde Lanny Hurley 



MEMBERS 

Thad Johnson Jarrett 
Ruth L. Knierim 
Russell Eddy Lueg 
John Edward Lutz, III 
Norman Wesley Minter 
Serena Karen Morphew 
Kay Nell Pearson 
Henry Ballard Rainbow 
Don Gilbert Rehmeyer 
Helen Claire Shaner 
Roger Terry Shapiro 



Gerald Lloyd Wallis 
Ann La Nell Weber 
Mary Josephine Weber 
Francis Harris Whitehead, Jr. 
Charles Norman Wood 
Alta Jean Zeidler 

Associate Members 
Carol Ann Putnam 
Ruth Ann Rawlins 
Jacquelyn Simmang 
Helen Patricia Summers 




Front Row: \\.illiv Rainbow. 

Second Row: Dixon, A. Weber, Zeidler, Stevens, Johnanna Marie Varney, Rawlim, M. Weber. 

Third Koic: Jarrett, Fred Paul Harris, Foerster, Gershner, Rehmeyer, Hurley. 

Fourth Row: Shapiro, Brittain, Whitehead. 



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CROW'S NEST CLUB 




Front Ron: Cervenka, Picper, LaRowe, Lenox, Stockwell, J. Pierce, Moore, Shuler. 

Second Ron-: Branch, Riesling, Porter, Hettler, Liggin, Robbins, Adams, Sanders, Rogers, Makeever. 

Third Rnw: Vaughn, Crocker, R. W. Looney, Fain, Cloud, Stagg, Linker, Ekrut, Saylors. 

Fourth Row: Paules, Eikel, A. Pierce, Mauldin, McGee, Jones, Gibbs. Phillips. Akin, Fry. 



The purpose of the CROW'S NEST CLUB is to provide housing and dining 
facilities for NROTC midshipmen and to promote interest in the United States Navy 
and Marine Corps. 



Fall 

LYLE FLOYD BRANCH .... 

HARVEY ANDREW EIKEL 

BYRON RAYMOND ADAMS 

CLOVIS SIEGLER VAUGHN 

CAPTAIN DONALD GREER IRVINE, USN 

MAJOR WILLIAM E. ANTLEY, USMC 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
House Manager 
Faculty Sponsor 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

ALLEN JOHN PIERCE 
LYLE FLOYD BRANCH 
BYRON RAYMOND ADAMS 
WILLIAM CARLISLE LAROWE 
CAPTAIN DONALD GREER IRVINE, USN 
MAJOR WILLIAM E. ANTLEY, USMC 



MEMBERS 



Byron Raymond Adams 
Charles Ray Akin 
Andrew Williams Bachofen 
Harrell Clark Baum 
Grant Leroy Bigelow 
Lyle Floyd Branch 
Robert Alexander Carnes 
Norman Louis Cervenka 
David Frazier Cloud 
Thermon Ray Crocker 
Samuel Robert Cummings 
Royce Linton Cutler 
Robert Charles Edwards 



Harvey Andrew Eikel 
Billy George Ekrut 
Neiland Haskell Fain 
Michael Scott Fry 
George Durden Gibbs, Jr. 
William Frederick Hettler, Jr. 
Joseph Duane Hooker 
Jerry Harrison Jenkins 
Robert Sidney Jones 
Daniel David Kana 
Kenneth Dean Kiesling 
Bobby Dave Lain 



William Carlisle LaRowe 
Charles Newton Lenox, Jr. 
Billy Lee Liggin 
Donald Lee Linker 
Richard Glenn Looney 
Robert Wallar Looney 
Joseph Chris Makeever 
Joe Allen Mauldin 
Wyatt Hudson McGee 
Richard Maurice Moore 
Granville Edward Panics, III 
Daniel Maurice Phillips 



John William Pieper 
Allen John Pierce 
James Lacy Pierce 
Steven Mosby Porter 
John Joseph Robbins 
George Raphael Rogers 
Leslie Allen Sanders 
Wesley Pollard Saylors 
John Eugene Senterfitt 
Curtis Ronald Shuler 
Robin Paul Stagg 
John Robert Stockwell 
Clovis Siegler Vaughn 




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CURTAIN CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President LATHAN WADE SANFORD 

V ice-President NANCY ELLEN LEDBETTER 

Secretary HARRIET FRANCES SANFORD 

Treasurer PAULA JUNE CRAIG 

Faculty Sponsor MILDRED HOWARD 



Fall 

KAY ROSANNE KUGEL 
NANCY GRAUER MCL-ARTY 
JEANNETTE JUNG 
JON LEWIS VICKERS 



Oleta Josephine Bailey 
Dixie Janet Berry 
Richard James Branda 
Larry Claude Burgeon 
Janice Courtney 
Paula June Craig 
Joan Erkles 

Elizabeth Marie Fletcher 
Dick Allen Foose 
Mary Esther Gassett 
N'orma Louise Goeken 
Eddie Bert Haynes 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



Spring 

KAY ROSANNE KUGEL 
ROBERTA LOUISE STEPHENSON 
EDDIE BERT HAYNES 
OLIVIA ANNE HOWE 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Brent Llewellyn Hickman 
Olivia Anne Howe 
Charles M. Hughes 
Phil Herbert Jackman 
C. A. Jennings 
Richard Clay Johnson 
Jeannettc Jung 
John Hull Hummel 
Dan F. Kellcher 
Kay Rosanne Kugel 
Nancy Ellen Ledbetter 
Roy Milton Lyon 



James E. McLarty 
Nancy Grauer McLarty 
Paulina Norman 
Ruthe Louise Norton 
Mary Evelyn Potts 
Harriet Frances Sanford 
Lathan Wade Sanford 
Arthur Sheir 
Lyda Jane Spears 
Roberta Louise Stephenson 
Caley A. Summers 
Joe Conrad Tips 
Jon Lewis Vickers 



Jerry Anderson 
Bonnie Jane Apple 
James Melton Bailey 
Bobby Mitchell Beard 
Don Richard Beer 
Richard Warren Blainc 
Jackson Edward Blake 
Leonard S. Bloom 
Leon Ivon Brauner 
Sylvia Canchola 
Edward Marcus Cohen 
John Blake Cotter, Jr. 
Jack Edward Estes 



Robert John Fahey 
Jill Sue Fenias 
Deirdre Damaris Field 
Jean Fox 
Edith Anne Frost 
George Edward Gaines 
Judith Ann Gillcspie 
Karen Annette Gillespie 
Sandra Sue Gillett 
Mary Jo Griffin 
Carole Ruth Griffith 
Josie Margaret Guerra 



APPRENTICE MEMBERS 

Grady Andrew Hausenfluck 
Michael Bobb Head 
David Calvin Holman 
George W. Holmes 
Judith Dean Houghton 
Janet Sonya Kayton 
Charles Richard Lasater 
Ondree Lynn Lerman 
Jane Loeb 

Ronald Edward Malone 
Benjamin Henry Morgan 
Sylvia Nelson 
Nancy Lee Nisbet 



Robert Erwin Palmer 
Harold Lynn Parry 
Molly Lynn Pearson 
Ronnie Charles Ripple 
Sally Ayn Rosenheimer 
Nita Sue Sandel 
Connie Jean Scott 
Linda Lucretia Shuler 
David Paul Shumaker 
Mary Jane Simmons 
Margaret Sigrid Skousgard 
William David Smallwood 
Rochelle Rhea Smith 



Donna Jean Snow 
Claude W. Steele, Jr. 
Lady Gretchen Steinhagcn 
Mary Elizabeth Taylor 
Robert Jeffrey Thompson 
Charlotte Capers Tindal 
Idris Rhea Traylor 
Tony Valles 
Preston Hunt Waldrop 
Charlie Nichols Watson 
Mel Keith Weinbrecht 
Bobbie Lynn Weiser 
Driscilla Lanier Yoder 




Front RiKt-: Haynes, Jung, L. Sanforci, N. McLarty. 
Second Row: Craig, Howard, II. Sanford. 



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DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 




Front Row: Lopez, Billingsley, Norman, Richard Charles Price, Blessing. 
Second Row: McGowan, James Eugene Wicker, Miers, Wyatt, Akin, Sayre. 



The purpose of this organization is to aid in the training of churchmanship, to 
integrate specialized knowledge into Christian ideals, to broaden Christian concepts, 
and to promote the Christian spirit among students of The University of Texas, as 
well as furthering the cause of Christ over the world. 



OFFICERS 

President LAZARO FRANCO LOPEZ 

Vice-President LARRY CRANFILL WYATT 

Secretary MAR JORIE ANN CRES WELL 

Treasurer KERMIT WAYNE HARVEL 

Minister to Students JOHN L. SAYRE 

Minister REVERAND LAWRENCE W. BASH 

CABINET 

Worship Committee CHARLES RAY AKIN, JR. 

Service Committee JACK R. MILLS 

Social Committee CYRENA Jo NORMAN 

Enlistment Committee BRUCE T. MIERS 

Spur Committee JIMMY HARRINGTON 

LINDA SUE BILLINGSLEY 

Publicity Committee MALCOLM ACIE BURGESS 

Historian JANE LEE BLESSING 

Director of Intramurals LOY DEAN McGowAN 

Carnival Chairman . . . DOYLE OTIS CUTLER 




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GAMMA DELTA 






The purpose of GAMMA DELTA is to foster Bible study, dissiminate scriptural philosophy of life, 
train for Christian service to God and fellow men, to increase Lutheran consciousness on campus, 
to increase local and intercampus fellowship among Lutheran students. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Social Chairman 

Archivist . 
Advisor 



JAMES DOUGLAS PFLUGER 
KENNETH CHARLES BOELTER 
SHIRLEY BERNICE BUNTE 
JOSEPH RAYMOND TACQUARD, JR. 

PAT JOAN RELLAHAN 
EWALD FRED KLAUS, JR. 

ALBERT ARTHUR RUFF, JR. 
REVEREND E. P. FRANK 



MEMBERS 



Carl D. Besch 
Margaret Alyne Best 
Lanell Viola Bethke 
Norman Harvey Bodden 
Henry Julius Boehm, Jr. 
Kenneth Charles Boelter 
Ralf Franz Brehm 
Shirley Bernice Bunte 
Cynthia Lee Coutorie 
David Norman Dittmar 
Joan Elizabeth Domaschk 
Dorothy Anne Dunn 
Joyce Yvonne Eitelman 
Anna Marie Faske 
Clara Helen Faske 
Fred Forrester 



Julia Anne Garza 
Linda Marie Gebhart 
Mary Elizabeth Hardin 
Carleton William Heller 
Rudolf Eugen Hunger 
Phyllis Kersten 
Janis Lynn Kneblik 
Ewald Fred Klaus. Jr. 
Rebecca Annice Klindworth 
Travis Aubrey Koehler 
Roger John Kohls 
Lynn Richard Kromminga 
Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn 
Walter George Loesel 
Leif Waldt Luglan 
Ronald Douglas Matthys 



James Walter McFarland 
Ellen Esther McMillin 
David Wayne Melber 
Gladene Martha Michel 
Charles Leroy Miertschin 
Kay Francis Mikeska 
Thelma Ann Moehle 
Cleo Amiel Monteau 
Edward E. Moss 
Betty Mutscher 
Edward George Naumann 
James Douglas Pfluger 
Donald L. Rebsch 
Pat Joan Rellahan 
Dorothy Jean Rieger 
Rollins Monard Roth 
Albert Arthur Ruff, Jr. 



Kenneth Frank Schwenke 
Marion Clarice Scale 
Frances Ann Seelke 
Howard Schmidt 
Frederick Wayne Schumacher 
John D. Snavely 
Marion Thompson Stewart 
Joseph Raymond Tacquard, Jr. 
Darrel Etheldred Tarver 
Joyce Elain Thoresen 
Ray O. Thoresen 
Avis Andrea Tieber 
Thomas Eugene Wendel 
Wallace Gordon Wilson 
Frederick E. Wright 
Carolyn Margaret Zschech 




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Front Ko:,: Zscherh. MrMillin, Bunle. Klaus, Wendel. Alfred Alois Wein/ierl. 

Second Ron': Melber. Schmidt, Boelter, Miertschin, Wilson, Kohls, Tacquard. 

Third Ron: Schwenke. Rellahan. Mutscher, Pflufter, Dunn, Michel. C. Faske. Frank, Heller. 

Fourth Rn:t: Ilrehm. Knehlik. Leverkuhn. J. Thoresen, Stewart, A. Faske. Kersten, Hardin, Seale. 

I'i/lh Ro:i: Mnnleau. Moss, Matthys, R. Thoresen, Klindworth. Kioinininua. Wright, Korhler. 






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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




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t-ronl Kow: Farr, Haley, Hodges, Clements, Hays, P. Wren. 

Second Kow: N. Allen, Kubala, Bryan, Wood, Ryall, Huffman, Thurk, Moroney, Owen, Newman. 

Third Row: H. Thomas, Hill, L. Jackson, M. Thomas, M. Vogt, Abernathy, G. Davis, Patton, G. Williams, Joseph, Childers, H. Barton. 

Fourth Kow: Kaske, Beard, Waters. 

The Home Economics Club desires a friendly association between faculty and students interested in home 
economics. We also want to share our enthusiasm and pride with others so that there will be a greater under- 
standing of the field of home economics. 



OFFICERS 



Fall 

CAROLYN JANET HALEY . 
MARY DELAINE HAYS 
CAROLYN MOZELLE CLF.MKNTS 
DORIS KAY PARKER . 
CAROL KREIDEL NELLE 
PHYLLIS L. RICHARDS 
GLADYS WINIFRED BABCOCK 



Louise Landis Armstrong 
Gladys Winifred Babcock 
Anna Brightman 
Sarah Chaffin Brooks 
Bess Belle Caldwell 
Anna Marie Caswell 



Maybell Abernathy 
Mary Lee Allen 
Noranne Elizabeth Allen 
Linda Susan Bailey 
Hazel Phyllis Barton 
Sandra Barton 
Sharon Baxter 
Malinda Ellison Bean 
Doris Marie Beard 
Marianne Farquhar Bell 
Jacquelyn Ann Benson 
Betty Cordelia Billings 
Patricia Ann Blackwell 
Barbara Joann Boenig 
Marybelle Bolger 
Mary Frances Boll 
Kathryn Virginia Bolton 
Patsy Faith Bostick 
Peggy Ann Brown 
Barbara Jean Bryan 
Athene Marie Bundick 
Paula Sue Carlisle 
Mary Alice Chambles 
Bette Jo Childers 
Carolyn Mozelle Clements 
Carolyn Virginia Coe 
Carolyn Alice Cole 
Carol Eugenia Conway 
Elenor R. Cook 
Eleanor Mills Gotten 



Jan Campbell Cox 
Martha Carol Crumley 
Marthasu Daniel 
Elizabeth Ann Davis 
Gloria Ann Davis 
Marynelle Davis 
Mettie Fae Davis 
Doris E. Deter 
Debbie Dunlap 
Anna L. Dye 
Charlie Merle Eaton 
Joan Carolyn Farquhar 
Clara Helen Faske 
Rosemary Virginia Forester 
Frances Kathcrine Franzen 
Barbara Ann Friedman 
Miriam Louise Giller 
Allie Sue Gottwald 
Geneva Jill Grainger 
Marjorie Trotter Green 
Priscilla Louise Greene 
Mary Patricia Guyton 
Carolyn Janet Haley 
Diana Patricia Hampson 
Jeanette Blanche Haney 
Susan Irene Harling 
Shirley Marie Hassell 
Jamie Beth Hatch 
Mary Delaine Hays 
Carolyn Joyce Hill 



President .... 
First Vice-President . 
Second Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Senior Advisor 
Junior Advisor 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Paula Janet Connor 
Margaret Anne Eppright 
Rosalie S. Godfrey 
Mary Ernestine Goldmann 
Janice Carolyn Craning 
Francille Maloch 

MEMBERS 

Brenda Gale Hodges 
Gladys Jean Hogan 
Gail Hood 
Linnda Hubbell 
Sandra Jo Huber 
Gail Hudson 
Tish Huffman 
Alice Virginia Huffington 
Gretchen Lee Hyde 
Linda Marie Jackson 
Sandra Jan Jackson 
Grace Nan Jennings 
La Verne Johnston 
Margaret Elizabeth Jones 
Phyllis Mary Joseph 
Olive Anne Keenan 
Frances Elizabeth Kincaid 
Jean Carolyn Kobe 
Pauline Ann Kubala 
Julia Ann Kramer 
Peggy Laudan 
Nancy Ellen Ledbetter 
Carolyn Elizabeth Leggett 
Ann Yvonne Lotspeich 
Linda Margaret Mahan 
Marilyn Markman 
Barbara Chandler Martin 
Martha Cope McBroom 
N. Jane McCasland 
Patsy Sue McKinnon 
Wanda Kay McNamee 

PACE 473 



Spring 

CAROLYN JANET HALEY 
MARY DELAINE HAYS 
CAROLYN MOZELLE CLEMENTS 
DORIS KAY PARKER 
CAROL KREIDEL NELLE 
PHYLLIS L. RICHARDS 
GLADYS WINIFRED BABCOCK 



Sallie Beth Moore 
Lucy Rathbone 
Phyllis L. Richards 
Elisabeth Lacey Speer 
Elizabeth Tarpley 
Jennie S. Wilmot 



Margaret Diane Melton 
. Mary Ann Moroney 
Martha Lee Mueller 
Tommy Carolyn Murdoch 
Carol Kridel Nelle 
Virginia Orene Newman 
Catherine Ford Olivet 
Scotty J. Owen 
Doris Kay Parker 
Barbara Gail Parr 
Celia Fay Patton 
Eliza Jane Payne 
Virginia Ann Pearson 
Nancy Hortense Pfluger 
Nancy Jane Phelan 
Kathy Virginia Pollard 
Maryllyn Anne Powell 
Mary Anne Prasatik 
Emma Lou Reed 
Carolyn Jay Reiver 
Lucy Jean Rogers 
Elizabeth Anne Rose 
Barbara Edythe Ryall 
Juanita Margot Salina 
Charlotte Gcnetha Scott 
Sharon Sue Sears 
Rebecca Crider Sharp 
Jo Ann Shurtliff 
Sandra Ann Simmons 
June Laurie Singletary 



ElizabethHouston Smallwood 
Carolyn Smith 
Gretchen Leah Smith 
Sherron Lynnette Smith 
Sherry Lynn Smith 
Julia Sowell 
Mava Jo Spoonemore 
Diana Svadenak 
Sarah Ann Whiting Tate 
Gail Ann Terry 
Harolyn Jean Thomas 
Mary Margaret Thomas 
Beverly Gail Thompson 
Joyce Elaine Thoresen 
Connie Ruth Thurk 
Marilyn Marie Vogt 
Mary Katherine Vogt 
Mary Louise Wagenfuchr 
Mary Ann Waters 
Merida Colgin Watson 
Sharolyn Watson 
Margaret Wilde 
Anna Carol Williams 
Girlene Marie Williams 
Beverly Ann Wilpitz 
Polly Sue Wood 
Mary Ann Worthy 
Norma Jean Wren 
Patricia Louise Wren 
Myrna Lois Wylie 



INSTITUTE OF THE AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES 

The purpose of the INSTITUTE OF THE AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES is the advancement of scien- 
tific knowledge and prestige in the aeronautical profession. 



Fall 

PAUL EDWARD GREER . 
ROBERT EARL GOOD 
VERNON HAROLD MALONE, JR. 
BILLY RAY CAMPBELL . 
MAXIE WILLIAM JARRELL 
JOSEPH WINTHROP DALLEY 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . . 
Treasurer .... 
Faculty Advisor . 



Spring 

PAUL EDWARD GREER 
ROBERT EARL GOOD 
VERNON HAROLD MALONE 
BILLY RAY CAMPBELL 
MAXIE WILLIAM JARRELL 
JOSEPH WINTHROP DALLEY 



MEMBERS 



Charles Ivan Ashbaugh 

Edward Quinton Bond 

William Bryan Brooks 

Stanley Richard Bruno 

Cardis William Bryan, Jr. 

Gerald William Bumbera 

Malcolm Acie Burgess 

Joseph Harry Burich 

Richard Douglas Cameron 

Billy Ray Campbell 

Ralph Lawrence Carmichael 

Alfred Adam Chamberlain, Jr. 

Lloyd Dale Cogdill 

John Robert Coltharp 

Robert Wayne Courier 

David Price Cox 

Hilary Herbert Cunningham, Jr. 

Jim King Davidson 

Stewart Leonard Davis 

Lloyd Edward Dietcrt 

Bobby Wayne Dodson 

Lloyd Milton Durst 

John Robert Edmiston 

Newton England, Jr. 

Robert Gene Entz 

Neiland Haskell Fain 

Ernest Lee Fisher 

Louis Furushiro 

Daniel Graham Galloway 



Carmen Carlos Garza 
Robert Ronald Gates 
Howard Anthony Godwin 
Robert Earl Good 
Paul Edward Greer 
Charles Edward Gross 
Joseph Thomas Hartigan, Jr. 
Joe Earl Hawkins 
Jerry Evans Henderson 
Thomas Harder Henderson 
Oliver Hill 

William Paul Holden, Jr. 
James Louis Hordern 
Jack Bonner Hudson, Jr. 
Ettore H. F. Infante 
Maxie William Jarrell 
William David Jensen 
Cristobal Jimenez, III 
Charles H. Johns 
Gail Gordon Johnson 
Thomas Elv-in Johnson 
Willard Edward Johnson 
James Richard Kanning 
Andreas I. Karydas 
Michael Kennedy Lake 
Maurice John William Lehmann 
William John Leonard 
Robert B. Lillie 
Carey Ford Lively, Jr. 



Robert Wallar Looney 
William Paul Lynch 
Vernon Harold Malone, Jr. 
Marion Marshall Mann 
George Arthur Marshall 
David Michael Martin 
Bernard Daniel Martinek 
Fred Alexander McAllister 
Robert Frank McCollum 
William James McCroskey 
Jackson Lee McDaniel 
Milton Wade Mcllveen 
Jerome Frederick Naleid 
Ralph Douglas O'Dell 
Thomas John O'Donnell 
Edward Louis Pavelka, Jr. 
Daniel Sherman Petty 
Jay Lawrence Poth, II 
Robert Clay Pratka 
Beverly Wayne Proctor 
Jack LeRoy Reasoner 
Charles Robert Richardson 
Conway Harold Roberts 
Larry Dee Robinson 
James Richard Ruff 
Joel Ruiz 

Harry Edward Saul, Jr. 
Ronald Norman Schaevitz 
Richard Leo Scharpf 



Walter Henry Schmitz 
William Jerry Searcy 
Bobby Dow Self 
William Holland Shutts 
Bobby D. Simmons 
Harmon Lee Simmons 
Erwin Hugo Simon, Jr. 
Jack Gorham Spangler 
Robert Louis Spann 
Franklin D. Stooksberry 
William L. Strand 
George Stanley Strode 
Charles Thomas Sutherland 
Quinan W. Swing 
Joe Morris Tabor 
Joseph Edward Tepera 
Jerry C. Thompson 
Milton J. Thompson 
Ronald Eugene Thompson 
Victor Fennell Tips 
Frederick Vercruysse 
Robert Alfred Waldrop 
William Richard Weideman 
Henry Chesley Whalen 
Michael Lowell Willis 
Edgar Kress Wilson 
William Edward Yager 
Philip Robert Zeeck 




Front Knu: M. Thompson, Chamberlain, Jarrell, Campbell, Greer, Good, Dalley, Wanda Joan Malone, Shutti. 

Second Row: Pratka, Ashbaugh, Spann. Reasoner, Schaevitz, O'Donnell, Brooks, Holden. 

Third Row: Zeeck, Tabor. Scharpf, Lillie. T Johnson. Mann. Malone. Schmilz. 

1 ii'ili l\.' , Davis, Durst. Edmislon, Martin, Spangler, Simon, G. Johnson, Naleid, Hawkins, Cox. 



PAGE 474 






INSURANCE SOCIETY 




Front Row: Rackley, Sellars, Fairbairn, Knopp, Kurtz, Schneider, R. Westbrook, C. Westbrook. 
Second Row: Huffman, Chatwin, Fauntleroy, Bruce, Woodson, Gate, Dr. Robert W. Strain. 



The purpose of this organization is to provide the students of The University of 
Texas who are interested in insurance an opportunity for fellowship and better 
understanding of the insurance business. 



Fall 

RAMON ROBERT RACKLEY 
BARRY BERNARD KURTZ . 
JAMES MARION FAIRBAIRN 
EDWARD ARTHUR WHITE . 



OFFICERS 



President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 



Spring 

BARRY BERNARD KRUTZ 
CORMAC THOMAS MCDERMOTT 
JAMES MARION FAIRBAIRN 
RALPH HUFFMAN 



MEMBERS 



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Sid L. Berger 
Robert Del Beveridge 
George S. Bruce, III 
Tom Walker Burke 
Charles Cushman Gate 
Kenneth Alvin Chatwin 
John Cecil Culpepper 
Hollis Vaxter DeGrassi 
Don Carter Downing 
James Marion Fairbairn 
John Parker Fauntleroy 
Jennings A. Garrett 
William Wallace Hand 
George R. Harper 
Ralph Derrell Huffman 
David Kiker Hughes 
Lee Roy Johnson 
Jacob Louis Knopp 



Barry Bernard Kurtz 
Billy D. Langford 
Edward L. Lehman 
Cormac Thomas McDermott 
Austin Eckhardt Nettle 
Ramon Robert Rackley 
Bryce C. Sanford 
Tom L. Schneider 
Oran Hendricks Scurlock 
Victor Carol Gene Sellars 
Alden Barton Smith 
Robert Clayton Vielock 
Herman Floyd Waters 
Charles Douglas Westbrook 
Reaby Franklin Westbrook, Jr. 
Edward Arthur White 
James Palmer Woodson 




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LAREDO CLUB 



The purpose of the Laredo Club is to encourage Laredo students to further their education at 
The University of Texas and to afford its membership the opportunity to better acquaint them- 
selves and to unite them into a body that will be useful on the campus. 



Fall 

EDUARDO PEN A, JR. 
ARTURO ALFONSO JACOBS . 
MARIA AURORA RAMIREZ . 
MARIA DE LA Luz LOPEZ . 
GUSTAVO Luis GARCIA . . 
ODILON ARAMBULA 
DIEGO JOSE PENA . 
ALMA DIANA PEREZ 
EUSEBIO HECTOR CONTRERAS 
JOSE ENRIQUE GUTIERREZ . 
GEORGE I. SANCHEZ 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
V ice-President . . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer .... 
Reporter .... 
Parliamentarian 
Historian .... 
Sergeant-at-Arms . 
Sergeant-at-Arms . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

ODILON ARAMBULA 
GUSTAVO Luis GARCIA 
ALMA DIANA PEREZ 
VIRGINIA SUSANA GUERRA 
JESUS M. BENAVIDES 
CONRADO GlLBERTO CRUZ 
DIEGO JOSE PENA 
EZEQUIEL DAVID SALINAS, JR. 
JOSE MARIA PENA 
GUADALUPE SAENZ, JR. 
GEORGE I. SANCHEZ 



MEMBERS 



Humberto Adame 
Ramon Aguilar, III 
Harry Louis Andrews, Jr. 
Odilon Arambula 
Alfredo F. Arce 
Jesus M. Benavides 
Joanne Bruni 
Clyde Mike Brennan 
Stanley Richard Bruno 
Lewis Clifton Calk 
Arturo B. Campos 
Isidro Cantu, Jr. 
Luis J. Cardenas, Jr. 
Joseph Harry Castellano 
Gloria Castanedo 
James Peter Cazamias 
Katherine H. Cazamias 
Martin Chacon, Jr. 
Eusebio Hector Contreras 
Conrado Gilberto Cruz 
Margaret Mary Cullinan 
Shirley Priscilla DeCanara 
O. Kimball Davis 
Francisco J. De Arkos 
Estela de la Garza 
Alfredo G. de los Santos, Jr. 



Angel Morales Diaz 
Jorge A. Escudero 
Gilberto J. Flores 
Felix Fraustro 

Francisco Ramon Garcia, Jr. 
Gustavo Luis Garcia 
Jesus Rodolfo Garcia 
Amando Garza, Jr. 
Moses Goldberg 
Cecilio Gonzalez, Jr. 
Jesus Rene Gonzalez 
Herbert Lester Green 
Herman Joe Greiner 
Josie Margaret Guerra 
Virginia Susana Guerra 
Jose Enrique Gutierrez 
Raul Gutierrez, Jr. 
Robert G. Haynes 
Librado Lionel Herrera 
Tomas Rodolfo Hinojosa, Jr. 
James Forbes Jackson, Jr. 
Arturo Alfonso Jacobs 
Humberto L. Juarez, Jr. 
Joseph Robert Juarez 
Michel Marvin Katz 
James Douglas Kazen 



George Phillip Kazen 

Oscar L. Law 

William Joseph Lemoine, Jr. 

Arthur Julian Leyendecker 

Ernest Abbott Leyendecker 

Ethel Martha Leyendecker 

Fred Ligarde 

Elpidio P. Lizcano, Jr. 

Alfredo Lopez 

Maria de la Luz Lopez 

Roberto Lopez 

Roberto Deane Love 

Victor Lozano, Jr. 

Robert Arvene Mauck 

Ollie Ray Moffit 

Fernando Monies 

Charles Aaron Moser 

Manuel Munoz 

Roberto Jorge Nix 

Anna Maria Ochoa 

Jose Maria Pena 

Diego Jose Pena 

Eduardo Pena, Jr. 

Alma Diana Perez 

Burton Vincent Perrine 

Abraham Ramirez, Jr. 



Maria Aurora Ramirez 
Rene Javier Ramirez 
Rudolfo Ramirez 
Antonio Range! 
Marta Range! 
Carlos Reymundo Renteria 
Ruben D. Resendez 
Rogelio Robles 
Felix Cruz Rocha, Jr. 
Roberto Romo 
Guadalupe Saenz, Jr. 
Mauricio Salazar, Jr. 
Ezequiel David Salinas, Jr. 
Humberto Garcia Segovia 
Andres Santos, Jr. 
Guy Patterson Shipton 
Norman Sterling Sorrel! 
Jimmy Norvel Springer 
Ephrim Stavorowski 
Janette Nan Stavorowski 
Jose Trevino, Jr. 
Emma B. Vails 
Abraham Wilson 
Mary Paul Wright 
Charles Edward Young 
Raul Zuniga 




Front Row: G. Garcia, de la Garza, J. Stavorowski, M. Lopez, Perez, V. Guerra, Saenz. 
Second Row: Segovia, . Pena, Adame, F. Garcia, Lozano, Munoz. 
Third Ro:t: J. Pena, Robles, Herrera, De Arkos, Lizcano, R. Gutierrez, A. Ramirez. 
fourth Ron: Jacobs, Chacon, Contreras, Santos, H. Juarez, Nix. 



PAOK. 476 



LONGHORN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 




Front Row: Simmons, Loretz, Stern, Fisher, Caudle, M. Mara, Schladoer. 
Second Row: Osborn, Tillman, Lary, Merwin, Basset, Courtney, Cleveland. 
Third Row: Oehler, Stanford, Davis, McGall, Golden, Dreyer. 

The purpose of the Longhorn Christian Fellowship is to witness that Jesus Christ is God incarnate, to seek 
to lead others to personal faith in Christ as Lord and Savior; and to deepen the spiritual life of each member 
by prayer, study of the Bible and Christian fellowship. 



Fall 

CHARLES ROBERT OSBORN 
ALMA JEAN MERWIN 
MOLLY MARA . 
MARGARET SUE SIMMONS 
ROBERT MACCOLL ADAMS 



OFFICERS 

President 

V ice-President . 

Secretary 

Treasurer . 

Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

SCOTT ALEXANDER McGALL 
ALMA JEAN MERWIN 
MOLLY MARA 
MARGARET SUE SIMMONS 
ROBERT MACCOLL ADAMS 



MEMBERS 



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Annie Jo Adams 
Susan Basset 
Ruth Joan Bellware 
Dave O'Neil Brass 
Barbara Ann Caudle 
Patricia Ann Clarke 
Rose Marie Cleveland 
John Richard Cogdell 
Barbara Lee Cordell 
Carol Rosalyn Courtney- 
Robert Wade Davis 
Catherine LaNell Doswell 
Ned Carroll Dreyer 
Charles McNeill Drumwright 
Wilda Ruth Fisher 
George Robert Golden, Jr. 
Clovis Ray Hale 
Jane Collins Harwood 
Sarah Elizabeth Hicks 
John Richard Hoelzel 
Lynden Paul Holcomb 



Bonnita Davis Johnson 
Juell Joy Krauter 
Diane Eugenia Lary 
William Carl Long 
Norma Ann Loretz 
Scott Alexander McGall 
Molly Mara 
Susan Mara 
Juan de Dios Martinez 
Alma Jean Merwin 
Carolyn Nan Mims 
Donald Oscar Nelson 
J. C. Bob Oehler 
Charles Robert Osborn 
Gloria Jane Schladoer 
Nancy Lee Schnautz 
Margaret Sue Simmons 
John Leonard Stanford 
Eddie Jeanne Stern 
George Stanley Strode 
Gloria Jean Tillman 




PAOE 477 




LONGHORN 6 



Top R,,:, : Adelman, Axuilar, Allday, Anderson. Baker, Ball. 

Second Ron: Bauch. Bennett, Biidsontt. Blair, Boi<hs, Bolder. 

Third Ron': Bray, Biides, Biuner. Burnrtl. Calverl. Camp. 

l-nurlh Kn;i-: Carlisle. Carolhers, Caslellano, Chapa, J. I). Cole, J. (',. Cole. 

l-'ilth Raw: D. Cook, M. Cmik, Crawford, Cushman. Dairern. De Lawder. 

Sixth Rn:t: Dennis, Ditlman. Dove, Dusek. Falconer, Foster. 

Seventh Ron: Frampton, Fuchs, Gensler, E. Gill, Cillean, Goolsby, Gutierrez. 

Eighth Ron: IIai<ood, Harrison, Haynes. Henderson. Herrington, Hewlett, Horstmann. 

Ninth Rmr: Ivy, Jarobs, James. C. Johnson, Kinchen, Kinn, Kuhn. 

Tenth Row: Laney. I.i/cano. W. Mabry. (',. Marshall, M. Marshall, Martin. Matlock. 

Eleventh Row: Matthews, McCormirk, Mrl.aui(hlin, Merriman, Milam, Mills, Milner. 




VINCENT RAlkDEN DINING 

Director 



President 
First Counselor 
Second Counselor 
Third Counselor 
Fourth Counselor 
Freshman Advisor 



Donn Leigh Adelman 
Ramon Aguilar, III 
Charles Edgar Allday 
Fred Graydon Anderson 
Ray Fulton Atkins 
James Dennard Baker 
Jerry Don Ball 
Garland Thomas Bauch 
Donald Hugh Bennett 
Robert Wood Bigger 
Bailey Arnold Birdsong 
Alvin Felix Blair 
Noc Edmundo Boghs 
David Jack Bolger 
Jared Duane Bowen 
Linda Rae Bray 
James Edwin Bridges 
James Milton Bruner 
Betty Ruth Burnett 
Eunene Allan Calvert 
Emory Clifton Camp 
Curios Orlando Canales 
Charles Thomas Carlisle 
Jerry Wayne Carothers 
Jose Harry Castellano 
Mosies Sanchez Chapa 
James Dee Cole 
Jerry G. Cole 
David Edwin Cook 
Mary Elizabeth Cook 
John Milton Crawford 
Alice Joyce Cushman 
Charlyne Louise Cyphers 
Patsy Ann Daffern 
Jimmie Jean DeLawder 
Rodrick Warren Dennis 
Clarence William Dittman 
Richard Oral Dove 



OFFICERS 

FRED GRAYDON ANDERSON 
WILLIAM ARCH HARRISON 
KARL EDWIN OLSON 
GEORGE A. STARBUCK 
JAY DON GENSLER 
LARRIE ARDEN RISTAU 

MEMBERS 

Clifton J. Dusek 

Carolyn L. Elam 

David Ross Falconer 

Thetis LaRue Foust 

Robert Estill Foster 

Daniel Fox 

Phyllis Ann Fox 

Robert Vernon Frampton 

Malcolm Jean Fuchs 

Jay Don Gensler 

Eddie Michael Gill 

Rose Marie Gill 

Esther Gaylan Gillean 

Morris L. Goolsby 

Raul Gutierrez 

John Thomas Hagood 

William Arch Harrison 

Jill Harvey 

James Milton Haynes 

Dwight Franklin Henderson 

Verda Herrington 

Martha Jo Henry 

Edward Robertson Hewlett 

Lea Marye Horstmann 

James Thomas Ivy 

William Fredric Jacobs 

Bobby J. James 

Jeanettc Martha Jasman 

Curtis Eugene Johnson 

l.il.i Mac Johnson 

Jo Von Jones 

Roland Carroll Jordon 

Alvin John Kay 

Frances Elizabeth Kincaid 

Edward York Kinchen 

John Robert King 

Charles Ritchie Kuhn 

Ray Stanley Laney 






PAOB 478 



BAND 




RICHARD D. BLAIR 
Assistant Director 



MEMBERS 



Patricia Gray Lemburg 
Elpidio P. Lizcano 
Victor Lozano 
James F. Mabry, III 
Walter Budge Mabry 
Gary Lynn Marshall 
Muriel Edith Marshall 
Thomas Heard Martin 
John Robert Matlock 
Frederick Charles Matthews 
Donna Beth McCormick 
James Perry McGuyer 
David Lynn McLaughlin 
Michael Charles Merriman 
Virginia Mika 
Linda Coytes Milam 
Daniel Leslie Mills 
John Charles Wendell Milner 
Linda Patricia Moncure 
Richard Terry Morrow 
Elizabeth Ann Mullenix 
James Conner Mulligan 
Harold Rice Murray 
Robert Arthur Murray 
Calvin Lee Neely 
Thomas Oran Neely 
Rufus Andrew Nicholson 
David Edmund Noble 
Karl Edwin Olson 
John Duncan Osburn 
Eddie Wayne Pace 
Jimmie Frank Parma 
William Parrish 
Henry Lawrence Peck 
David Lee Pennington 
Alma Diana Perez 
George Roy Philipp 
James Terrell Pickering 
Melvin Ray Platt 
Mary Anne Prasatik 
Rose Mary Prince 
Dixie Ann Proffitt 
Edwin Lee Rainwater 
Ruthmary Ramsey 
Ralph Bryan Ratliff 
Ellen Clayrene Reed 
John Michael Rieves 
Larrie Arden Ristau 



Thalia Karleen Roberts 
Roberto Romo 
Terry Allen Rose 
Raymond Roy Rude 
Henry James Schraub 
Arnold Earl Schroder 
William Elsworth Shepp 
Clarence Douglas Shomette 
Donald James Simmons 
Suzanne Elizabeth Simons 
Gary Alfred Sipes 
William Henry Skelton 
David Walter Sloan 
Carolyn Gail Smith 
Charles Albert Smith 
Stanley Nelson Smith 
Patricia Sue Sneed 
Shirley Ann Snipes 
Robert Harold Sobotik 
John Leonard Stanford 
George A. Starbuck 
Harriett Ann Stark 
Angela Annette Steinle 
James Allen Stephenson 
Lawrence F. Stevenson 
Lewis Hardeman Steves 
Charles Leslie Stewart 
Milton York Tate 
Gilbert Richard Thayer 
Gerald Audrey Thurman 
Ruthven Champion Tolbirt 
Gene Gilbert Vivroux 
Bobby Benjamin Wade 
Hugh Darrell Wade 
Milton Harold Waghalter 
Shirley Joyce Walters 
Nimrod Leland Walton 
James Albert Wells 
Karen Sue Wheeler 
Barbara Ann White 
Meta Louise Whiteside 
Mark Ellison Williams 
Michael Donald Williams 
Nancy Jane Willis 
Gilbert Matison Wyrick 
David Yenawine 
Howard Ernst Yoas 




7 "/< K'i;, : Mornm, Mulligan. H. Murray. B. Murray, T. Neely, Nicholson. 

Second Row: Noble, Olson, Osborn, Parrish, Peck, Pennington. 

Third Row: Perez, Pickering, Platt, Prasatik. Ralliff, Reed. 

Fourth Row: Rieves, Ristau, Roberts, Rose, Rude, Schraub. 

Fifth Row: Schroder, Shomette, Simmons, Sipes, Skelton, C. Smith. 

Sixth Row: S. Smith, Sneed, Starbuck, Stark, Stephenson, Stevenson. 

Seventh Row: Steves, Stewart, Tate, Thayer, Thurman, Tolbirt, Vivroux. 

Eighth Row: B. Wade, H. Wade, Waghalter, White, M. Williams, Wyrick, Yenawine. 

Ninth Row: Yoas, Cyphers, Elam, Foust, Fox, Gill, Henry. 

Tenth Row: Jasman, Johnson, Jones, Kincaid, Lemburg. Mika. Proffitt. 

Eleventh Row: Ramsey, Smith, Steinle, Simons, Willis, Walters, Whiteside. 



PAOE 479 




SHIRLEY ANN SNIPES 
Assistant Feature Tu'irler 







EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT 
Drum Major 



ELIZABETH ANN MULLENIX 
Featured Twirler 







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The Tulane Game. The Dallas Game. The Southern Methodist Game. 

PAGE 480 



TEXAS STARS 



Co-Captains 



. LILA MAE JOHNSON 
RUTHMARY RAMSEY 



Charlyne Louise Cyphers 
Carolyn L. Elam 
Thetis LaRue Foust 
Phyllis Ann Fox 
Rose Marie Gill 
Jill Harvey 
Martha Jo Henry 
Jeanette Martha Jasman 



MEMBERS 

Lila Mae Johnson 

Jo Von Jones 

Frances Elizabeth Kincaid 

Patricia Gray Lemburg 

Virginia Mika 

Linda Patricia Moncure 

Rose Mary Prince 

Dixie Ann Proffitt 



Ruthmary Ramsey 
Suzanne Elizabeth Simons 
Carolyn Gail Smith 
Angela Annette Steinle 
Shirley Joyce Walters 
Karen Sue Wheeler 
Meta Louise Whiteside 
Nancy Jane Willis 








Clockwise from lop center: Whiteside, Ramsey, Steinle, Smith, Kincaid, Willis, Jasman, Elam, Foust, Proffitt, 
Fox, Henry, Harvey, Mika, Gill, Jones, Johnson, Simons, Lemburg, Cyphers, Walters. 



PACE 481 



LONGHORN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION 




The purpose of this association is to encourage the advancement of Pharmacy 
as a science and as a profession. 



Fall 

PAUL FREDERICK TRANTHAM 
BILLY A. RIDDICK . 
PEGGY ELAINE LIPSCOMB . 
PEGGY ANN KEER . 
CAROLYN JANE CRAIG . 
WILLIAM E. FOSTER 
CHARLES OWENS WILSON . 



OFFICERS 

President .... 
V ice-President . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary . 
Treasurer .... 
Orientation 
Faculty Advisor . 



Spring 

BILLY A. RIDDICK 
BILLY A. RIDDICK 
PEGGY ELAINE LIPSCOMB 
PEGGY ANN KEER 
CAROLYN JANE CRAIG 
WILLIAM E. FOSTER 
CHARLES OWENS WILSON 




Fron Row: Marjorie F. Allen Jordan. Pemy Elaine Lipscomb, PegHy Ann Keer, Carolyn Jane Craig. 
>, ,....,/ /.'.... Randal Earl Piwey, William E. Foster, Billy A. Riddirk, Paul Frederick Trantham. 



PAGF. 482 



N 



LUTHERAN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 




Front Row: Harvey Franklin Janota, Bernard Karl Kern, Betty Jo Miles, Carolyn Christine Bock. Sidney Jean Hultgren, Marilyn Elaine Moench, 
Peter H. Lohse. 

Second Row: Pastor Carl Hacker, Stephen Taber Eargle, Albert Jerry Balusek, Maynard Roy Blomquist, Mary Ann Swedlund, Joan Lanelle Raab, 
Elsie Mache, Joy Elaine Jordan, Phillip Supit Lasut. 

Third Row: Douglas Vernon Glass, William Harold W lets truck, David Erland Vassbersr, Edgar Gayle Albrecht, Garland Thomas Bauch, Clarence 
Jerome Krenmueller, Frederick Wayne Schumacher, Joseph Robert Schroeder, Kermit Charles Burrer. 



The LUTHERAN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION seeks to give Lutheran 
students a chance to discuss, study, and worship. It encourages participation in pro- 
grams of social action and evangelism. 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Pastor 



VINCENT T. FROMEN 
CLARENCE JEROME KRENMUELLER 
SIDNEY JEAN HULTGREN 
PAUL BERNHART ROHNE 
REVEREND CARL HACKER 




PAOE 483 




NEWMAN CLUB 



Newman Club, on the campus since 1908, is an organization which fosters 
spiritual, intellectual, and social interest of the Catholic students of The University 
of Texas. 



Fall 

ARTHUR EUGENE HAMILTON 
MILDRED ANN DOROTIK 
BETTYE JOE GREENE 
SUZANNE RITA SHORT . 
JACK BOUDREAU 
MARY ANN PRASATIK . 
FERMIN NICASIO HERRERA . 
CORNELIA FAY BROWN . 
MARIA ANTONIETA MEDINA . 
KATHLEEN ANN MCK.ENNA 



OFFICERS 

President . 
First Vice-President 
Second V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Historian . 
Sergeant-at-Arms . 
Sergeant-at-Arms . 
Editor 
Reporter . 



Spring 

WALTER KARL HANAK 
SUSANNE RITA SHORT 
BETTYE JOE GREENE 
EMILY ANN KVINTA 
FERMIN NICASIO HERRERA 
MARTHA ELIZABETH LONG 
WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK GRAHAM 
MARILYN ANN DESALME 
MARY JANE LEWIS 
GEORGE PATRICK MANN 





Front Row: Jeannette Karen Korenek, Arthur Eugene Hamilton, Barbara Ann Zurovec, 

Jane Frances Spacek, Maria Antonieta Medina. 
Second Row: Kathryn Adele Simecek, Oscar McDonald Hudson, Harry Stephen Jones, 

Marie Esther Caramanian, Ann George Robertson. Walter Karl Hanak. 
Third Row: David Charles Simon Kristynik, Jay C. Bland, Pamela Ruth Parsons, Alice 

Perkins Packer, Georgia Ann Kahanek, Jo Ann Kusenberger. 
Fourth Row: Henry Lawrence Peck, John R. McBride, Martha Elizabeth Long, Leonard 

S. Svoboda, Charles William Mertz, Marilyn Ann DeSalme, Carlos Robert Heina. 
Fifth Row: Donald Emil Vacker, James Lloyd GafTney. Rheamond Mackley McCurdy, 

John C. Floros, Bernard Bonario, Betty Darlene Holder, Mary Elizabeth Cook, Mary 

Margaret Hughes. 
Sixth Row: Hector Saenz, John Craig Carrell, Patsy Jo Schuhmacher, Marny Susan 

Elizabeth O'Brien. Louis Gonzales. 
Sent nth Row: Phillip Gaffney Young, James Francis McBride, James Adam Talbot, 

Stephen Brian Stemhardt, Barbara Jean Anderson. Benjamin Street Sessions. 
Eighth Row: Norbert Kevin Torline. John Robert Pinkston, Barbara Jean Mika, George 

Murray, Martha Ann Davis, Sylvia Frances Viscaroi. 
Ninth Row: Eddie Sabrmla, Bernard Jerome Sablatura, Meliton Lopez, Frank Casanova, 

Richard E. Zamora, Winifred Marie Conlon, Mary Jane Strauch. 
Tenth Row: Mary Jane Lewis, Patricia Joan Horn, Bettye Jean Krenek, Mary Eliza 

Aguirre, Robert Alan I^ong, Robert Emmett Johnson. 



Front Row. Fermin Nica&io Herrera, Cornelia Fay Brown. Mildred Ann Dorotik, 

Kathleen Anne MacKenna, Betty Joe Greene, Suzanne Rita Short, Mary Anne Prasatik, 

James Peter Acker. III. 
Second Row: Joseph Duwain Pingenot, Michael Hanemann, George Thomas Ellis, 

Michael Charles Adamo, Gayle Lynne Thompson, William Edmond Robertson, Jr., 

Caroline Jean Kubala, Carroll Wayne Merlick. 
Third Row: Mary Gayle Green, Sam Michael Korzekwa, Cecile Cronovich. Mary Ann 

Moroney, William Joseph Fowler, Patricia A. Fowler, Jo Ann Studdert, Robert 

Bernard Carroll. 
Fourth Row: Richard Allen Schieffer, Emily Ann Kvinta, Johnnie Joe Polaske. Alice 

Agnes Polasek, Agnes Marie Polasek, Mario Leo Messina, Jo Anne Bruni, Ralph F. 

Lcdwig. 
Fifth Row: Colleen Phyrne Mathews, Henrietta Marek, Mary Lee Green, Ann Devine, 

Edward Allison Clarkson. 
Sixth Row: William McClintock Graham, James Anthony Poston, Charlotte Ann Pfcif- 

fenl>erKer, William Joseph Reed, Khalil Dibee. 
Seventh Row: James Golden Curtin Norma Beryl Votaw, Virginia Mika, Eleanor 

Marilyn Anderson, Anthony Truchard. 
Eighth Row: Geortie Patrick Mann, Robert Leonard Lytton. Hampuse Roos, Katherinc 

Louise Voetmann, Emma Isabel Goode, Lois Elizabeth Stubbs. 
Ninth Row: Jack Quinn Barton, Diana Mae Curtino, Patrica Ann Curtino, Patricia J 

Louise Abraham, William Paul Holden, Rufus lustilion, William Koch. 
Tenth Row: Samuel M. Holland, Lillian Ann Koen Joseph Othell Batto, Heriberto 

Julio Porras, Elvia Ernestina Esparza, Oscar Sanchez Arellano. 
Eleventh Row: Moises Sanchez Ghana, Carlos Orlando Canales, Frank Bernard Slom- 

chinski, Charles Phillip Peters, Thomas Gentry Jeter, James Richard Kanning. 
Tivelfth Row: Robert Maurice DeWalt, Ray Guaiardo, Rita Chuz Martinez Judith Ann 

Fisher. William Henry Diehl, Stanley Daniel Markuson, Walter James Koch, Gilbert 

John Wilbeck. 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB 




I 



Front Row: Marshall, Buice, J. A. Moffett, Foote, Weincrt, E. Martin, I, .mi. m. Varichak, Aldcrson. 
Second Roiv: Callaghan, McCIcndon, C. Brown, Tyrrasch, Maxwell, Dikes, Owens, Leach, Hale. 

The purpose of PEM Club is to coordinate and integrate the professional interests of all members of the 
Department of Physical and Health Education of The University of Texas. 



Fall 

PHYLLIS JEAN FOOTE . 
ROBERT ERNEST LEE . 
JULIA ANN MOFFETT 
PATRICK DANIEL GEORGE 
BILLY JEAN CAIN 
JOE M. SCRUGGS, JR. . 
Lucious EDWIN ANSLEY, 
LYNN WADE MCCRAW 



JR. 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

News Letter Editor . 

Intramural Managers 

Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

PHYLLIS JEAN FOOTE 
ROBERT ERNEST LEE 
JULIA ANN MOFFETT 
PATRICK DANIEL GEORGE 
BILLY JEAN CAIN 
JOE M. SCRUGGS, JR. 
Lucious EDWIN ANSLEY, JR. 
LYNN WADE McCRAw 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Barbara Jane Allen 

Alberto Almanza 

Ralph Williamson Alspaugh 

Lucious Edwin Ansley, Jr. 

J. B. Arthur 

George Ernest Auld 

Richard Lee Ball 

David Barry 

Roy Glann Beatty 

Charles C. Bird 

Lawrence Joseph Bergen 

James Raymond Brittain 

Cornelia Fay Brown 

George James Brown 

David Edward Burnett 

Billy Jean Cain 

William Charles Callaghan 

Nancy Lynn Clarkson 

Joe Stuart Clements 

Kenneth Wayne Cleveland 

Gene Paul Conrad 

James Alex Covalt, Jr. 

John B. Cox 

John Richard Crear 

George Hulen Crow 

Retta Davis 

Kermit James Decker 

Bill Nelson Dikes 

David Barry Dowd 

Garland Duke Dunbar, Jr. 



Curtis Jackson Alderson 
Betty Alexander 



Mary Evelynn Buice 
Jessie Helen Haag 



Janice Lois Edds 
Aria Edelman 
Johnny Edward Elam 
Carolyn Virginia Fariss 
Phyllis Jean Foote 
Hollis H. Gainey 
George Alfred Gainley 
James Edwin Gandy 
Raymond David Gay 
Patrick Daniel George 
Gerald Lewis Good 
Clifford Milton Grubbs 
James Lynn Guess 
Jack Wayne Hale 
Kleo Glen Halm 
Billy Howard Harris 
Howard Harrill 
Wayne M. Hay 
David Holland Henderson 
Rafael H I no josa 
Patricia Ann Hocker 
Malcolm Edward Hoffmann 
Betty Darlene Holder 
Ronald R. B. Holzmann 
Norman Elwyn Hooton 
Ernest Lewis Hopson 
Edward Robert Howard 
Brenton Leroy Hughes 
Nick Irsfeld 
Mollie Lynne Kavanagh 



MEMBERS 

Billie Jack Knox 
Dennis George Kouth 
Diane Carla Kunz 
Philip Lee Kyle 
Bobby Lee Lackey 
Gail Elizabeth Lacy 
David Lee I. am. in 
Diane Lander 
Robert Guy Leach, Jr. 
Robert Ernest Lee 
Thomas Carroll Leezer 
Melvin Gambrell Lindsey 
Gaston Dale Littlefield 
Carla Elizabeth Loggins 
William Edward Marshall 
Helen Faltin Martin 
Elva Irene Martin 
Pauline Talley Maxwell 
Bobby Joe McClendon 
Huey Griffin McCoulskey 
Waymon Wayne McDonald 
Paula Beth McGee 
Judy Ann Mclnnis 
John Dixon McVea 
Henrietta Charlotte Milan 
Jerry Benny Milan 
I. mil John Milan 
Alma Lucile Miller 
James Richard Moffett 



Julia Ann Moffett 

Jerry Allen Muennick 

George Ernest Myers 

Morris Glenn Nails 

Joe Lee Neal 

Julius Novak 

Colleen Mary O'Connor 

Robert Leslie Owens, Jr. 

Terry I. Page 

James Earl Partin 

Frederick Holmes Pearce, Jr. 

Britton Haynes Phillips 

Betty Earl Plowman 

Jimmie Irvin Price 

James Victor Prince 

Norman A. Procter 

Harriette Sue Pullen 

Bobby Clayton Puryear 

Jack Edward Ragsdill 

Pat Joan Rellahan 

Betsy Ross 

Kenneth Wayne Saegert 

Hermencia Corella Salc/ar 

Theodore Ernest Schneider, Jr. 

Beverly Ellen Scroggins 

oe M. Scruggs Jr. 

fulius T, Seaholni 

[ohn William Shaffer 
ilbert Jeanne Shanks 



Be 

I 



Lee Roy Shepperd 
Norman Gregory Sherwood 
Billy Frank Snowden 
James Robert Sorsby 
Ronald Dennett Spill, ir 
Larry Clifton Stephens 
Marion Thompson Stewart 
Kenneth Ralph Stone 
Eddie Joe Strayhorn 
Jo Ann Studdert 
Susie Louise Thomas 
Susan Eileen Trundle 
Bill Lamond Turner 
Barbara Ann Tyrrasch 
Walter Vernon Tyus, Jr. 
Richard Warren Varichak 
Milton Lamond Verner 
Joe Ernest Villarreal 
Laurence Harry Walker 
Thomas B. Walker 
John Colvin Ward 
Tommy Ray Ward 
Jack Arllen Wells 
Maxine Weinert 
Monte Patrick Williams 
Perry G. Williams 
Betty Vee Wilson 
Wesley Wyman 
Udith Annette Zindler 




PAGE 485 




RAMSHORN SOCIETY 



The RAMSHORN SOCIETY, sponsored by the Travis Chapter of Texas 
Society of Professional Engineers, was organized in 1955 for the purpose of furnish- 
ing an economical house in which engineering students might live while pursuing 
a common educational goal. 



Fall 

JAMES EDWIN WOOD .... 
CHARLES LEONARD DESEK 
MARVIN LEROY MILLS 
MARVIN LEROY MILLS 
LAWRENCE AUBREY FERGUSON, JR. 



OFFICERS 

President . 
V ice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Kitchen Manager 



Spring 

JAMES EDWIN WOOD 
CHARLES LEONARD DESEK 
MARVIN LEROY MILLS 
MARVIN LEROY MILLS 
LAWRENCE AUBREY FERGUSON, JR. 



MEMBERS 



Jerry Leon Bardin 
Manuel Jerome Behne, Jr. 
John Robert Boyd 
Paul Hill Cleveland 
Lloyd Edward Cody, Jr. 
Charles Leonard Desek 
Lawrence Aubrey Ferguson, Jr. 
Robert Paul Kehl, Jr. 
Charles Frederick Lanning 
Edward Hal Leach, Jr. 
Smith Wade Leonard 
Raymond Clyde Lewis 
Murvel Murphy Little, Jr. 
Fred Faylor Lyle, Jr. 
Jerome Matthew McAllister 
Alexander Dennis McNabb 



Thomas Cade Massey 
Alan George Mellor 
Marvin LeRoy Mills 
Alex Richard Nisbet 
Robert Shaw O'Dell 
Karl Martin Odom 
Windell Weldon Grand 
Charles Leonard Pesek 
James Terrell Pickering 
Jerry Andress Pickering 
Edwin Morris Schroeter 
Charles Wayne Smith, II 
Jimmy Lynn Smith 
David Herman Sturm 
James Edwin Wood 
Darrell Roy Word 




Front Row: Leach, O'Dell, Cleveland, Schroeter, Mills, Wood, Bardin, Kehl, Boyd. 

Second Row: Nisbet, Little, Word, Lewis, J. Smith, Sturm, C. Smith, Ferguson, Pesek, MrNabb. 

Third Row: Behne, Mellor, J. A. Pickering, Lyle, Odom, J. T. Pickering, Cody, Leonard. 



I' v.ii 4Hl, 






REAGAN LITERARY SOCIETY 




Front Row: Grodahl, O'Banion, Henderson, Coffee, Lambert, R. Johnson, Powell. 

Second Row: Weiner, Fletcher, Pollard, Barton, Paine, P. Joseph, Campbell, Yancy, Bonnyman, Shugart, Chenault. 
Third Row: Buck, Harris, Rust, Shook, Hill, N. Joseph, Moore, M. Green, E. Johnson, Fitzgerald, Brashears. 
Fourth Row: Bourdon, Wright, Love, Lanham, Woessner, Howell. 



The purpose of REAGAN LITERARY SOCIETY shall be to further the en- 
joyment of literature of all kinds and to promote a spirit of fellowship among 
women at The University of Texas. 



Fall 

PHYLLIS COFFEE . 
JAMIE HENDERSON 
RUTH FRANCES JOHNSON . 
NANCY LOUINE LAMBERT . 
MARYLLYN ANNE POWELL . 
MRS. CLAUDE HILL 



Sandra Suzanne Agnew 
Rebecca Lou Allison 
Hazel Phyllis Barton 
W. Ellen Belcher 
Sue Anna Binney 
Darlene Bland 
Tina Bonnyman 
Elizabeth Joyce Bourdon 
Janice Brashears 
Bobbie Sue Buck 
Diana Cain 
Gail Campbell 
Sally Catherine Chenault 
Phyllis Coffee 
Sandra Jean Couch 
Carolyn Dice 
Barbara Ann Dickson 
Roberta Lee Downing 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 
Sponsor . 

MEMBERS 



Spring 

PHYLLIS COFFEE 
JANIE HENDERSON 
RUTH FRANCES JOHNSON 
NANCY LOUINE LAMBERT 
MARYLLYN ANNE POWELL 
MRS. CLAUDE HILL 



Virginia Jean Durland 
Joan Fitzgerald 
Claudia Lynne Fletcher 
Kitty Gisher 
Gayle Green 
Mary Lee Green 
Mary Margaret Grodahl 
Alice Wesley Gunstream 
Diane Louise Harris 
Janie Henderson 
Carolyn Ann Herndon 
Jo Marie Hill 
Sylvia Suzanne Hofmann 
Josephine Moore Howell 
Ethyl Maria Johnson 
Ruth Frances Johnson 
Norma Ann Joseph 
Phyllis Mary Joseph 



Kay King 

Marlene Audrey Klein 

Nancy Louine Lambert 

Kathryn H. Lanham 

Phyllis Ann Laughlin 

Roberta Ann Love 

Diana Kaye Lowe 

Ellen Kimball McCorquodale 

Linda McDougle 

Ruth Carol McGuire 

Mari Lyn Melin 

Linda Keyes Moore 

Patricia Ann Morrow 

Nancy Nielsen 

Roberta Gayle Norman 

Janice Maurine O'Banion 

Leah Rae Olson 

Edna R. Paine 



Kathy Virginia Pollard 
Maryllyn Anne Powell 
Sandra E. Riley 
Judy Sue Rust 
Jeanette Patricia Shook 
Clara Gertrude Shugart 
Barbara Sue Smith 
Jacquelyn M. Spearman 
Elizabeth Lynn Sylvester 
Karen Jo Tenney 
Ellita Bergman Wallace 
Shirley C. Ward 
Linda Margaret Watkins 
Carol Ann Weiner 
Eleanor Wheeler 
Patsy Ann Whorton 
Margaret O. Woessner 
Lillian Gayle Wright 
Linda Kay Yancey 




PAOB 487 




RUSK LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY 



The purpose of the RUSK LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY is to 

promote interest, appreciation, and participation in literary and forensic activities 
and provide an opportunity for faculty members to meet the students who really care. 



Fall 

ELMO SCHWAB, JR 

PAUL VOTTELER CARROLL . 
JOHN FREDERICK ENSLE 
LARRY BARCLAY HAILE . 
ROBERT P. JUNGMAN 
THOMAS RUSSELL WOOLLEY, JR. 



OFFICERS 

Gaekwar .... 
Tetrarch .... 
Quaester & Amenuensis 
Improvisatore . 
Sirdar .... 
Faculty Sponsor . 



Spring 

RICHARD EARL BERKLEY 
PAUL VOTTELER CARROLL 
ELMO SCHWAB, JR. 
ROBERT TAYLOR NEWSOM 
JOHN FREDERICK ENSLE 
THOMAS RUSSELL WOOLLEY, JR. 



MEMBERS 



Richard Earl Berkley 
Paul Votteler Carroll 
Chancy Croft 
John Frederick Ensle 
Larry Barclay Haile 
Robert P. Jungman 
Malcolm Hugh Liggett 
Eion Fleming McDowell 



Robert Taylor Newsom 
David Reece Reagan 
Ernesto Saenz Salinas 
Elmo Schwab, Jr. 
Richard Arthur Shannon 
John Edmund Woods 
Thomas Russell Woolley, Jr. 




Front Row: Carroll, Woolley, Schwab. Newsom. 

Sicond Row: Ensle, McDowell, Berkley, Salinas, Shannon. 



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SOCIETY FOR THE 
ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 




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Front Row: Echols, Estes, Bollman, Kolmen, Lown, Soto, Collins, Turner, Jenks, Garcia-Cadiz, Briceno, 

Second Row: Shepherd, Payne, Richard, Pollock Domning, Helf, Jones, Hustace, Dawkins, Newell, R. Smith, Sotorrio, A 

Third Row: Eng, Thornton, Bent, Creekmore, DeLong, Huber, Herring, Roberts, Keir, Oppie, White, Key, Bradley, Dodson. 



Beck. 

Smith, Sotorrio, McKnight. 



The purpose of the Society for the Advancement of Management is industrial progress through 
enlightened management. 



Fall 

JOHN ROBERT MALONE 
DAVID HUSTACE .... 
FAITH MALMGREN 
ARTHUR DUNCAN MCKNIGHT . 
KENNETH WILLIAM OLM . 
EDMUND CLAYTON LYNCH 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Faculty Sponsor 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

DAVID HUSTACE 
ROBERT LLOYD JONES 
LOLA B. DAWKINS 
NANCY MARILYN N HELP 
WILLIAM THRIFT NEWELL, JR. 
EDMUND CLAYTON LYNCH 



Lilliam Loyce Adams 
Brodie Earl Allen 
Scottie Hays Ashley, Jr. 
Glenn Iran Banfield, Jr. 
Mary Elizabeth Barefield 
Raymond H. Baring 
Robert Louis Bates 
Joseph Paul Beaulieu, Jr. 
Gordon E. Beck 
Donald M. Bell 
Walter Leavitt Bent 
Sid L. Berger 
Franklin D. Bollman 
T. W. Bond 
Donald J. Bradley 
Oscar S. Briceno 
John Arthur Broshck 
Lloyd Weldon Brown 
Richard R. Brown 
Frank Wesley Camp 
Marvin Edwin Campbell 
Joseph Chasnoff 
John Howard Claitor 
Stanley Lee Clark 
Philip Linn Collins 
Bob Lee Corbell 
Doyle Eugene Creekmore 
Lewis Wesley Cutrer, Jr. 
Jerrold Ketcham Davidson 
Richard Champion Davis 
Lola B. Dawkins 
Elaine Theodora Debes 
Paul E. Dehnel, Jr. 
Thomas McKeown DeLong 



Leonard Earl Denncy 
Richard Francis Dennison 
Joseph Edward Dodson, Jr. 
Dolores Eleanor Domning 
Darrell Finley Doss 
Philip Lanel Dudley 
Charles Lindsey Durway 
Carol Logan Drye 
Teddy Glcndon Ebarb 
Ben C. Echols 
Lloyd Dean Ellison 
Hans W. Enderlin, Jr. 
Jackson Eng 
James E. Estes 
William Albert Evcland 
James Lowell Farmer 
Kermit Richard Finley 
Richard Andrew Fulcher 
Osvaldo Garcia-Cadiz 
Edwin Anton Gassmann 
Robert Byrd Gentry 
Donaciano R. Gomez, Jr. 
Nathan Greene 
Ralph Louis Gremmel 
James A. Griffin 
Fred W. Hancock 
Patricia Anne Haynes 
Nancy Marilynn Helf 
Weldon Stuart Herring 
James Farrel Holbrook 
Janis Janeil Hooten 
Reiner Konrad Huber 
John Stewart Hufford 



MEMBERS 



James Franklin Hurley 
David Hustace 
William Adam Jaxtheimer 
Paul Mentor Jenks, Jr. 
Robert Lloyd Jones 
Stephen Thomas Kcan 
Donald John Kecgan 
Robert Edward Keir 
Charles Roy Kennedy 
Thomas Ray Key 
Kendall Cullinane Klaus 
Donald Richard Knight 
Israel Abe Kolmen 
Lynn Richard Kromminga 
Dyonis Floyd Kubelka 
Norbert Fred Ladd 
Ray Stanley Laney 
Oscar L. Law 
Cosmo Anthony Lodico 
Herbert Lee Lown 
Waldo S. Luedemann, Jr. 
Edmund Clayton Lynch 
Jim Lawrence Magill 
John Darwin Magness 
Faith Malmgren 
John Robert Malone 
Murray B. Mangum 
Stanley David Markinson 
Frank Robert Martin 
William Timothv Mask 
Arthur Duncan McKnight 
Roy Cicero McWilliams 
Charles August Meinscher 



Don Keith Meier 
Kay Zechlyn Milts 
Norman Wesley Minter 
James L. Mixon 
Marvin E. Molberg 
Alberta Finlay Moore 
Patricia Jean Murphy 
Charles Richard Musick 
William Thrift Newell. Jr. 
Kenneth William Olm 
John Francis Oppie 
Dennis Gordon Pace 
Phillip Sherwood Paul, Jr. 
Donald Allen Payne 
Jack Marlin Pittman 
Walter Edward Pitts. Jr. 
Dolores Pollock 
Marv Linn Pond 
William Clark Poole 
Jim D. Price 
Ted Lee Price 
Robert Thomas Rapp 
Robert Lamar Rhodes 
Sandra Richard 
Robert Neale Roberts 
J. D. Robcrson 
Jimmy Earl Rogers 
John Donald Russell 
Jack Dale Ryan 
James Richard Sawyer 
William Walter Scott 
Bobby Grant Seago 
William Andrew Shepherd 
James Wesley Shepperd, III 



Billie Joe Shrewsbury 
Richard Tompkins Singer 
B. J. Smith 
Johney W. R. Smith 
Robert McLean Smith 
Victor A. Smith 
Winston Samford Smith 
Ruben V. Soto 
L. Pedro Jose Sotorrio 
Ephrim Stavorowski 
Billy R. Stewart 
Ralph David Stewart 
James Andrew Stone 
Richard August Strecker 
Jack Wallace Suinlin 
Charles Ernest Summers 
Victor F. Summers 
Carol Ann Tanksley 
Nelda Marie Tarbert 
Philip Ross Thomas 
Robert Burns Thompson 
Robert B. Thornton 
Don Arthur Tidwell 
Rex A. Timms 
E. F. Trocgcl 
George Dallas Turner 
Carol Kay Walk.-r 
Wilfred N. Watson 
Fredric J. Wehmeyer 
Tom John Weigel, Jr. 
Walter Edwin White, Jr. 
Herman Langford Wilkins 
Billy R. Wofford 
Charles Norman Wood 



PACE 4B9 



SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS 




The purpose of SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS is to increase in- 
terest in military engineering and science. 



Fall 

EVERETTE LAMER TUCKER, JR. . 
ROBERT BARNETT AKIN 
JAMES DON JOHNSTON 

FRANK RODERICK KEITH 

ETTORE H. F. INFANTE .... 
CAPTAIN CHARLES GUNTER OLENTINE 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 

Corresponding 
Secretary 

Recording 

Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Captain Harvey Edward Emig 
Master Sergeant Felix Newlin 
Captain Charles Gunter Olentine 
Colonel Curtis Theodore Ricketts 



Spring 

EVERETTE LANIER TUCKER, JR. 
ROBERT BARNETT AKIN 

JAMES DON JOHNSTON 

FRANK RODERICK KEITH 

ETTORE H. F. INFANTE 

CAPTAIN CHARLES GUNTER OLENTINE 









MEMBERS 



Jan Cloe Acrea 
Robert Barnett Akin 
John Paul Arledge 
William Ambrose Biggs 
James Sidney Bissett 
Bernard Edward Breihan 
Charles Ernest Bridwell 
Felton Don Brooks 
B. R. Cooper 
David Joe Cowan 
Clay Hamilton Cox 
David Benton Dibrell 
Robert Lee Fleming 
George Richard Fulton, Jr. 



William Harold Gibson 
Charles William Grissett 
Bobbie Lee Hasert 
James Milton Huffman 
Arthur Harvey Hunke 
Ettore H. F. Infante 
James Don Johnston 
Herrell Glyn Jordan 
Rufus Jack Justilian 
Frank Roderick Keith 
Gerald Simmons Kirby 
Charles Henry Kosub 
James Lowell Kuester 
Gary Lynn Leach 



Perry Joseph Lyons 
Robert Leonard Lytton 
James Roger Martin 
Lang C. Martin, Jr. 
William Lynn Mathes 
Donald Allan Maxwell 
William M. McCandless 
Charles Howard McCann 
Hugh Roth Lee McGaw 
William T. McKissock, Jr. 
Leslie Crane Merrem, Jr. 
Michael Lee Molak 
Jergen Edward Olson 
John Duncan Osburn 



Charles Scott Parker 
Scott Petty, Jr. 
Fred Thomas Porter 
Johnny Emmett Rails 
William Courtney Robinson 
Samuel Ira Rosson 
John W. Sauer 
Elgene Campbell Spencer 
Michael Asa Stone 
Carl Jackson Swift 
George Robert Thurmond 
Everette Lanier Tucker, Jr. 
Lucien Barton Ulmer 
Louis Viramountes 
Travis Oral Watson 




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I 






Front Row: Keith, Tucker. Akin. 
Second Row: Johnston, Infante. 



PACE 490 



SPHINX CLUB 




: 



;er.]r. 



Front Row: Duson, Nyfeler, Ratliff, Englert, Bowen, Kermacy. 

Second Row: Wells, W. Martin, Cape, Clement, Ferguson, Caragonne, McBride, Fondren, Haywood. 

Third Rote: Aldeen, Carswell, Bolton. Hendricks, Yarbroueh. H. Martin. Morgan, Pine. 



The purpose of SPHINX CLUB is to be of service to the School of Archi- 
tecture, to promote fellowship among the students, to encourage scholarship and in- 
terest in the profession of architecture. 



Fall 

JAMES EDWIN RATLIFF 
GEORGE PHILIP ENGLERT, JR. . 
CHARLES RICE MORGAN 
WALTER WEBB DUSON 
JOHN VERNON NYFELER . 
JAMES LEE HENDRICKS 
MARTIN S. KERMACY , 



OFFICERS 

President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Reporter . 
Sergeant-at-Arms 
Faculty Sponsor 



Spring 

JAMES EDWIN RATLIFF 
GEORGE PHILIP ENGLERT, JR. 
CHARLES RICE MORGAN- 
WALTER WEBB DUSON 
JOHN VERNON NYFELER 
JAMES LEE HENDRICKS 
MARTIN S. KERMACY 




MEMBERS 



Lennart George Aldeen 
Raymond Ralph Bolton 
A very W. Bowen 
George William Cape 
Alex Caragonne 
Kenneth M. Carswell 
Jerry L. Clement 
Walter Webb Duson 
George Philip Englert, Jr. 
James Arville Ferguson 
Bobby Lee Fondren 



Norcell Dah Haywood 
James Lee Hendricks 
Howard A. Martin, Jr. 
William Joseph Martin 
James Albertus McBride 
Charles Rice Morgan 
John Vernon Nyfeler 
Clifton Pine 
James Edwin Ratliff 
Jerry Alan Wells 
Norman Parker Yarbroueh 



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SOUTHWESTERN ROCKET SOCIETY 

The Southwestern Rocket Society, a nationally known organization, was founded in 1955 for 
the purpose of studying and applying theory and practice in the field of rocket design. 



Fall 

ETTORE H. F. INFANTE . 
FREDERICK LONEIL BECKNER 
LEROY HENRY BECKER . 
JOHNNY JAMES SWOBODA . 
Jo ANNE HAMILTON 
Jo ANN TURPIN 
ARTHUR HARVEY HUNKE 
EUGENE ARMAND RIPPERGER 



OFFICERS 

Director of Research . 
Special Assistant for Research 
Assistant for Electronics 
Assistant for Design 

President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsor- 



Spring 

ETTORE H. F. INFANTE 
FREDERICK LONEIL BECKNER 
LEROY HENRY BECKER 
JOHNNY JAMES SWOBODA 
Jo ANNE HAMILTON 
Jo ANN TURPIN 
ARTHUR HARVEY HUNKE 
EUGENE ARMAND RIPPERGER 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Billy Howard Amstead 
James E. Boggs 



Kenneth Charles Rathbun 



Leroy Henry Becker 
Frederick Loneil Beckner 
Phillip M. Clayton 
William Lee Cox 
McLowery Elrod 
Robert Vernon Frampton 
Rebecca Fuentes 
Jo Anne Hamilton 
Sherman Wolfe Hart 



MEMBERS 

Richard Lionel Hill 
Richard Chandler Hodgkins 
Arthur Harvey Hunke 
Ettore H. F. Infante 
Michael Sylvester Keene 
James Stanton Leonard 
Dorothy Ann Livingston 
Carl James Lovett 
Travis Alan Moebes 



Rufus Andrew Nicholson, III 
Hubert S. Ratliff 
Charles Glenn Richie 
William Hart Russell 
Jerry Deane Shrimpton 
Brian McGarvey Spinks 
Johnny James Swoboda 
Guy Thomas Taylor 
Jo Ann Turpin 





SRS Rocket Launching, December, 1957, in Beeville, Texas. 
Altitude: 10,400 Feet. 



Front Roiv: Livingston, Turpin, Fuentes, Hamilton. 
Second Ron-: Swoboda, Elrod, Infante, Clayton, Spinks. 



PAOI 492 



STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 







Front Row: Morrow, Dawson, Wright, Williams, C. Adams, Oakcs. 

Second Row: McBride, Hamilton, Aue, Holinan, Prentice, Price, Peck, Henderson. 

Third Ro:v: Esquivel, Maxwell, lie, ill. Jordan, Kent, Pinson, Gregg. 



The purpose of the STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION is to build a fellowship of stu- 
dents devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living 
to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. In this endeavor we seek to understand 
Jesus, to share His love of all people, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. 



YMCA 

CHARLES REB GREGG 
TERRY McCALL . 
JOSEPH H. PECK 
JAMES ARCHER PRENTICE . 
FRANK L. WRIGHT 
H. REN KENT 



Men-Women Relations . 
Public Relations 
Ecumenical Council . 
Special Events . . . . 
Study Groups . . . . 
Race Relations . . . . 
Freshman Program . 
Public Relations . . . . 
University Religious Council 
Noon Program . . . . 

Recreation 

World Relatedness . 
Campus Affairs . . . . 
Race Relations . . . . 
Special Events . . . . 

Recreation 

Community Service . 



OFFICERS 



President .... 

Vice-President 

Secretary .... 

Treasurer .... 

YMCA Executive Secretary 

Associate Secretary . 



YWCA 

PATRICIA ANN MORROW 
JOYCE ANNE HENDERSON 
NANCY NORWOOD PINSON 
SARAH EUGENIA RUSH 
ROSALIE OAKES 
H. REN KENT 



CABINET 



Campus Affairs 
Worship 



CHRISTIE ANN ADAMS 
STANLEY EDWARD ADAMS 
BETTY ANN AUE 
JOHN GILLESPIE BEALL 
DOROTHY DAWSON 
SANDRA ESQUIVEL 
RAY A. GIPSON 
SANDRA JEAN HAMILTON- 
JANE BIRDWELL HENDERSON 
BRENT LLEWELLYN HICKMAN 
JULIE LANDRUM HOLMAN 
SHANNON HOWARD 
DARRELL EDDY JORDAN 
CHARLES ALLEN LINGO, JR. 
SALLY KAY MAXWELL 
ERNEST WINDROW MCBRIDE 
GINNIE LEE PRICE 
GLENN ALFRED ROGERS 
SUE ROSSON 
JULIA QUAY WILLIAMS 






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SYMPHONIC BAND 



Fall 

RAY FULTON ATKINS 
VICTOR LOZANO, JR. . 
VERDA HERRINGTON . 
AMY JEAN GLENNEY 



BASSOONS 

Karen Elizabeth Johnston 
Alma Diana Perez 

CLARINETS 

Ramon Aguilar, III 
Steve Andrade Benavides 
Eugene Allan Calvert 
Harry Castellano 
Moises Joseph Chapa 
Linda Gayle Dyess 
Edith Jane Garner 
Walter Lewis Geyer 
Amy Jean Glenney 
Kermit Wayne Harvel 
Margaret Mary Kosh 
Charles William Nix 
Ruby Lois Petrusek 
Michael Donald Williams 

FLUTES 

Ann Denman 
Eileen Bowie George 
Roy James Irvine 
John Robert King, Jr. 
David Lee Pennington 
David Benedict Reck 

PICCOLO 

David Lee Pennington 

OBOE 

Louann Kahlcr 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Reporter-Historian . 



BASS CLARINET 

Lea Marye Horstmann 
Gary Kenneth Raymer 

SAXOPHONES 

James Edwin Bridges 
Morris L. Goolsby, Jr. 
William Harvey Morgan 
Ellen Clayrene Reed 
Susie Louise Thomas 

TRUMPETS 

Jared Duane Bowen 
Robert Estill Foster 
Tony Hernandez 
Verda Herrington 
Michael Frank Koehl 
Elpidio P. Lizcano 
Victor Lozano, Jr. 
Donald Louis Michel, Jr. 
Orin Arthur Newman 
Eddie Wayne Pace 
Clyde Washington Reynolds 
Herbert L. Richter 
Thalia Karleen Roberts 
Henry James Schraub 

FRENCH HORNS 

Edward Ridley Birdwell 
Robert Stanford Brasfield 
John Edward Fraser 
Mary Jane Strauch 
Gilbert Richard Thayer 
Bobby Benjamin Wade 



Spring 
VICTOR LOZANO, JR. 

VERDA HERRINGTON 
AMY JEAN GLENNEY 



TROMBONES 

Daniel Fox 

Roland Carroll Jordan 
James Francis Mabry, III 
David Otis Mills 
Terry Allen Rose 
Morton M. Stine 



BARITONES 

Fred Dayton Behringer 
Robert C. Botello, Jr. 
James Milton Bruner 
Charles Henry Washington 



TUBAS 

Joe Le Noir Hanson 
Roberto Romo 
David Walter Sloan 



PERCUSSION 

Carlos Orlando Canales 
Walter Budge Mabry 
William Hornby Pilgreen 
Betty Frances Steele 
Barbara Ann White 



PAGE 494 



TEJAS CLUB 






o o. rpf> o 



OL 




Top Row: Adams, Anderson, Bacon, Barnett, Boone, Bradshaw, Bravenec, Brown, Camfield. 
Second Row: Cisneros, Clark, Cleaves, Foerster. Good, Harrison, Haynes, Hill, Kendrick, Long. 
Third Row: Martin, McClendon, McLain, Miller, Mims, Moorman, Olson, Perry, Ratliff, Robertson. 



The TEJAS CLUB was organized for the purpose of promoting good fellowship and scholar- 
ship. Membership is extended by unanimous vote of the members. 



Fall 

FRANK EUGENE McLAiN . 
SAM E. McCLENDON . 
WILLIAM ARCH HARRISON, JR. 
WILLIAM DEAKYNE BACON . 
JOHN NOBLE MELVIN . 
FRANK EDWIN HARVICK, JR. 



OFFICERS 

President . 

Vice-President 

Secretary . 

Business Manager . 

Historian . 

Editor of the "Trails" 



Spring 

FRANK EUGENE MCL.AIN 
SAM E. MCCLENDON 
WILLIAM ARCH HARRISON, JR. 
WILLIAM DEAKYNE BACON 
JOHN NOBLE MELVIN 
FRANK EDWIN HARVICK, JR. 



MEMBERS 



Norman William Adams 
Fred Graydon Anderson 
William Deakyne Bacon 
Calvin L. Baker 
Robert David Barnett 
Jackie Ben Boone 
Ben S. Bradshaw 
Lorence Larry Bravenec 
William M. Brenner 
Raymond Ralph Brown 
Thomas M. Camfield 
George William Cape 
Gary Therman Cheatham 
Alphonso Augusto Cisneros 
Harley R. Clark 
Wilbur Ratliff Cleaves 
Eugene B. Doughtie, Jr. 
George F. Foerster 
Robert Earl Good 
William Arch Harrison, Jr. 
Frank Edwin Harvick, Jr. 
Terry Kay Haynes 
Edward Robertson Hewlett 
Dexter Hill 



David Andrew Kendrick 
Ronald Vincent Larson 
Walter Russell Long, Jr. 
Roy Milton Lyon 
William Joseph Martin 
Paul Justin McBroom 
Sam E. McClendon 
Albert Vernon McGraw 
Frank Eugene McLain 
Walter Hendrick McNew 
John Noble Melvin 
Luther B. Miller 
Robert Elton Mims 
Charles Travis Moorman 
James Merrill Neel 
John Vernon Nyfeler 
Karl Edwin Olson 
Kirby William Perry 
James Edwin Ratliff 
Michael Dean Reifel 
Robert Nelson Robertson 
Marvin Alden Rogers 
Jimmy L. Ross 
James A. Schell 
Robert Wallace Tobin 




PAGE 495 



TEXAS SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS 




The purpose of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers is to represent all 
the members of engineering societies, regardless of branch. 



Fall 

ETTORE H. F. INFANTE 
GEORGE ARCHIE HELLAND . 
BILLY RAY UPCHURCH 
JAMES MILTON ABERNATHEY 
RICHARD LIONEL HILL . 
FRANK WELDON JESSEN 
PHIL Moss FERGUSON 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President . 
Recording Secretary- 
Corresponding Secy. 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 
Faculty Sponsor 



James Milton Abernathey 
Harold Eugene Andrews 
Billy Harold Balthrop 
Albert Jerry Balusek 
Tommy Eugene Barber 
Gilbert Monroe Earr 
Jack Ivan Barron 
James Richard Broderick 
Larry T. Brooks 
Paul Milton Carraway 
Robert Scotland Clark 
Andrew J. Cleveland 
Maurice Wayne Cole, Jr. 
Forrest E. Coyle 
Donald Edward Crowhurst 
Billie Edwin Davis 
Philip Keith Davis 
Norman Clifford Dickerson 
Herman Joseph Dvoracek 
John Robert Edmiston 
Harold Eugene Faulkner 
Lawrence Aubrey Ferguson, Jr. 
James Ronald Ferrill 
William Cook Fielder 
Tazh Taylix Fonville 
Emil E. Friberg 
Ronald E. Gamble 



MEMBERS 

Lrwis Benjamin Garrett 
Charles Vincent Harvey 
George Archie Helland 
Albert Otto Herbst 
John Edwin Hicks 
A. Jackson Hill 
Richard Lionel Hill 
Cleve James Hoecker 
Thomas E. Holt 
Weldon Lee Howard 
Ettore H. F. Infante 
Michael Kennedy Lake 
A. W. Landers 
John R. Larson 
William Turner Latham 
George Vernon Leslie 
Jesse William Lewellyn 
Clarence Robert Littlepage, Jr. 
Edward McLean Loggins, Jr. 
Ah-Fook Long 
Richard Lincoln Madison 
Marion Marshall Mann 
Wilmer M. Martsching 
Charles Ellis McCullough 
Richard Allen Mohun 
Charles Travis Moorman 
James Philip Morrow 



Spring 

ETTORE H. F. INFANTE 
GEORGE ARCHIE HELLAND 
BILLY RAY UPCHURCH 
JAMES MILTON ABERNATHEY 
RICHARD LIONEL HILL 
FRANK WELDON JESSEN 
PHIL Moss FERGUSON 



Edward E. Moss 
Thoman E. Nelson 
Lloyd Durman Oldham 
Loman Thornal Park 
Phillip Sherwood Paul, Jr. 
Seymour Proskowitz 
Clarence Robert Pruitt 
J. Dwight Pugh 
Cecil Hugh Ramage 
Morris C. Reinhardt 
Ross D. Roberts 
Harry C. Sampsell 
Horace Alton Sampson 
Jerry C. Schnepp 
Robert Rudolph Schwab 
David Paul Smith 
Gene L. Staas 
John James Swoboda 
James Winfrey Teague 
Willis Patrick Terry, Jr. 
Billy Ray Upchurch 
John H. Watts 
Carl C. Williamson 
James Edward Wilson 
Winston Wellington Winn 
Robert W. Wright 
Johnnie E. Zimmerhanze 
Herbert Gerald Zinsmeyer 





-'fini Ron: Helland, Infante. 
Stcond Ro&: Upchurch, Abernathey, Hill. 



PAGE 496 



UNIVERSITY RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 




Front Row: Robert Louis Storer, Mary Margaret Stallings, Katherine Anna Schmidt, F. Eioise N'ewbcrry, Charlene Norma Shifrin. 

Second Row: Mary Ann Moroney, Anne Price, Nancy Marilyn Price, Nancy Lou Brooks, Frank Wright. 

Third Row: Bill Linder, Judy Kay Danneberg, Jane Birdwell Henderson, Paul Joseph Willcott, Roger Terry Shapiro, John Willis Hargis. 



The purpose of the University Religious Council is to coordinate the activities 
of the student Religious Organizations; to provide a community between the differ- 
ent organizations; and to study and take action upon the religious need of the Uni- 
versity campus. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Members-at-large 



JANE BIRDWELL HENDERSON 
JOHN WILLIS HARGIS 
KATHERINE ANNA SCHMIDT 

CHARLENE NORMA SHIFRIN 
PAUL JOSEPH WILLCOTT 



MEMBERS 

Baptist Student Union 

Canterbury Club 

Christian Science Organization 

Disciples Student Fellowship 

Hillel 

Latter Day Saints Club 
Lutheran Student Association 

Newman Club 
Student Christian Association 

Wesley Foundation 
Westminster Student Fellowship 




PAGE 497 



MEN'S INDEPENDENT CAMPUS ASSOCIATION 







The purpose is to provide the independent man student a full social program, 
a chance to participate in intramurals, and to represent the independent student in 
campus affairs. 



President .... 
First Vice-President . 
Second V ice-President . 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Intramural Manager 
Social Chairman 
Service Chairman 
Newspaper Editor . 
Communications 
Councilman-at-large 
Councilman-at-large 
Councilman-at-large 

Advisor 

Advisor 



OFFICERS 



FRED WAYNE BLACKWELL 

JAMES DOUGLAS PFLUGER 

JOE FREDERICK BURKE 

EDWARD FRANCIS BURKE 

FRANK MICHAEL COLBY 

JAMES LORANZO LINKER 

DAVID RAY JACKSON 

EDWARD PENROSE HICKS RICHARDSON 

JOHN WARWICK LEE 

PAUL FRANKLIN LONG 

WILLIAM MENEFEE WILCOX, JR. 

EVAN DALE HINTNER 

JOHN LOFTIN CONLON 

ROLLIN ALBERT SININGER 

JOE MALIK, JR. 










Frnnl Ro;t: I'fluiirr, Blarkwcll. Colby, E. Burkf. 
Sffond Ro;f: Richardson. J. Burkr. I inkt-i Lone. 



PAGE 498 



WOMEN'S INDEPENDENT CAMPUS ASSOCIATION 



Front Row: Hauer, Ekfelt, Pierson, Nancy Sue Faust, Quebe. 
Second ROIL: Michalske, Kohler, Price, Stephenson, Edgar, Pruessner 




The purpose is to provide the independent woman student a full social program, 
a chance to participate in intramurals, and to represent the independent student in 
campus affairs. 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President . 
Secretary .... 
Treasurer .... 
Intramural Manager 
Social Chairman 
Communications 
Communications 
Membership Chairman 
Food Chairman 
Social Project Chairman 



ANNE PRICE 

KERSTIN HILDEGARDE EKFELT 

PATRICIA A. QUEBE 

ADA PIERSON 

MARNY SUSAN ELIZABETH O'BRIEN 

BERENICE GRANNELL KOHLER 

PATRICIA LEE STEPHENSON 

LEE ANN MICHALSKE 

LINDA SUSAN HAUER 

MARY CATHARINE PRUESSNER 

MARY PATRICIA EDGAR 




PAGE 499 




WESLEY FOUNDATION 



The purpose of the Wesley Foundation seeks through organized fellowship to 
minister to the spiritual, moral and social needs of students, particularly Methodist 
students. 



CABINET 



Chairman 

V ice-Chairman . . . . . 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Director of the Methodist Student 
Center 

Director of the Methodist Student 
Foundation 

Assistant Director 



KIRBY WILLIAM PERRY 
MALCOLM GENE CATTER 
BETTY JOAN WEIDE 
DAVID WARNER 

ROBERT EDGAR LEDBETTER 

REVEREND MORRIS HARVEY BRATTON 
DARLENE BRUCKS 



CABINET MEMBERS 



Clellen Jahart Anderson 
Robert Earl Good 
Frances Haberlin 
John Willis Hargis 



Dexter Hill 
Helen Carol Jones 
Robert James Peden 
Raymond Max Slaughter 
David Wendell Washington 




Left To Right: Hargis, Brurks, Perry, Jones, Slaughter, Reverend Bralton, Weide, Hill. 




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MILITAR Y 



PAGE 501 




. 



COLO.N'EL CURTIS THEODORE RICKETTS 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics 



DEPARTMENT OF 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

The Department of Military Science and Tactics was 
established at The University of Texas in July of 1947, 
and since that time has trained and commissioned over 
1 ,000 officers for the U. S. Army. The Army R. O. T. C. 
was established to produce college trained officers for the 
Regular Army and the Army Reserve. Its mission is to 
have ready in times of national emergency a Corps of 
leaders for our Armies. 

Two slogans of the R. O. T. C. aptly describe its mis- 
sion. They are "Better prepared to better serve," and 
"Learn today Lead tomorrow." No one ever wants to 
go to war, and it is the history of this nation that its 
wars have been forced upon it. However, no matter how 
great is his aversion to war, the wise and prudent man 
knows that war may come and prepares for it. This he 
can do in the Army R. O. T. C. 

John Milton, recognizing the need for educated men 
in the military service, in 1644 wrote, "a complete and 
generous education, fits a man to perform justly and 
skillfully all the offices, both private and public, of peace 
and war." 




Lieutenant Colonel Marvin L. 
Lieutenant Colonel George H. 




Captain Charles Gunter Olentine 
Captain Norman Grant Tempio 
Captain Harold Ivan Pitchford 



Major Donald A. Fox 
Captain Harvey Edward Emig 
First Lieutenant Samuel J. Garrett 





Left to Right: Jerry Don Smith, Joe Ogburn Muggins, Ri II.M il 
Marcus Hermer, Harris Duncan Hustrd, William Alexander 
Roever, Jr. 



Master Sergeant Irving T. Cutter, Jr. 
Master Seargeant George Benjamin Grace 
Master Sergeant Joseph Robert Griebel 
Master Sergeant Walter Stephens Griffith 



Master Sergeant Felix Newlin 
Master Sergeant Henry Martin Paul 
Master Specialist Wienand Arthur Tolch 
Master Sergeant James Willie Farmer 
Master Sergeant Granville Stewart 



IV I 



1ST BATTLE GROUP STAFF 




ARMY R.O.T.C. 



2ND BATTLE GROUP STAFF 




front Row: Everette Lanier Tucker, Jr., Carolyn Durelle Shane. Front Row-: John Edson Teed, Alice Wesley Gunstream. 

Kfonrf Row: Hugh Roth Lee McGaw, Mason Cooper Brown, Felton Don Brooks, Donald 

I Joe Pundt. 

third Row: Carl Jackson Swift, Thomas Michael Quigley, William Maurice McCandless. 

BRIGADE STAFF 



Front Row: John Edson Teed. Alice Wesley Gunstream. 

Second Row: Barry Raymond Russak, Whipple Spaulding Newell, Jr., Harold L. Kam- 

insky. 
Third Row: Robert Michael Stephens, Lucian Leeds Morrison, III. 




Front Row: Frank Roderick Keith, Lynda Haire. 

Second Row: Francis Marion Thomas, Webb McCann Sowden, Jr., James Milton Huffman, 

James Robert Millar, Jimmy Delman Thornton, Robert Foster Loughridge. 
Third Row: Ivon Lee, Mark S. Smith, John W. Sauer, Raymond David Gay, George 

Edmund Batchler. 



3RD BATTLE GROUP STAFF 



4TH BATTLE GROUP STAFF 








rant Row: Harold David Krick, Betty Carolyn Read. 

tcond Row. Patrick Samuel Kaufman, Seinvvil Louis Greenberg, John Russell Butler. 

nird Ron': John Oge Flannery, Edward C. Kirby. 



Front Rom: Jack Norman Bateman, Barbara Denette Hibbert. 

Second Rou': James Augustus Blalock, John Thomas Stuart. Charles Culberson Mason. Jr. 
Third RO-J;: George Thomas Pharr, John Lincoln Wicklifle Surber, Jr., Donald McCall 
Shelby. 



ARMY 



COMPANY 




Insert: Josephine G. Nockolds 



FIRST PLATOON 



Front Row: Jan S. Roush, Dan R. Lambden. Dan Tijerina Casias, Warren Linton Collins, Jr., Jim Alan Babcock, 
Robert Miller Dickson, Glenn Franklin Barker. James Stanley Bissett, James Don Johnston. 

Second Row: Jergen Edward Olson, Floyd Richard Drake, Robert William Swango, Rtiftis Jack Justilian, Roger 
Alan Kerbow, Johnny Emmett Rails, Oscar Herrera Martinez, Clay Hamilton Cox. 

Third Row: Robert W. Spencer, Jr., Robert Leonard Lytton, Campbell Houston Gillespie, Wilfred Hilmar Schal- 
ilit-r, William Grey Savage, William Lyman Davis, William Lynn Mathes. 



COMPANY 

I 




FIRST PLATOON 

Front Row: Jan Cloe Acrea, Bobby Jean Pipkin, James Roger Martin, Gerald Glynn Crutsmger, Edwin Lee 
Goff, Jr., Roy Maxwell Alvis, Walter Flynn Buell, William Ezra Childers, Jr., Travis Oral Watson. 

George Robert Thurmond, Donald Wyatt Beard, 



Second Ron-: Bobbie Lee Hasert, Vance LaNoal Castleberry, G 
Waldo James Bither, Sam Ira Rosson, Jr., Sidney Conrad Weiss. 



Third Row: Charles Clark Wilmeth, Charles Henry Kosub, Michael Asa Stone, Herrell Glyn Jordan, William 
Thompson McKissock, Jr., John Lytle Tom, John Duncan Osburn, Robert Allan Biggs, William James 
McCroskey, William Ambrose Biggs. 



COMPANY 




Insert: Mary 



FIRST PLATOON 



Front Rou: John Edgar Chapoton. Raymond Mendez, Jr., James Walter McFarland. James Carroll Herring, Walter Gustav Giesecke, Reuben Israel Doner, 
Henry Wilkinson Flagg, Kenneth Wayne Heathington, Freddy Milton Gerson, Herbert Oscar McElveen, Amando Garza, Jr. 

Second Raw: Andre Bouchard. Guy Grain Fambrough, George Douglas Duwe, Frank Lester Levy, John William Copeland, Fred Joseph Harper, Bobby Dwayne 
Almand, Stephen Irl Kaiser, Jerry Lester Tiras. 

Third ROM-: Wayne Wilson Clements Arnold Erich Krause, Anthony Girard Lozane, Sammy Jay Caliva, Jay Jules Karkowsky, Richard Alden Gatlin, 
Jack Earl Ferrell, Freddie Sherman Harkary. 



R.O.T.C. 




B 



SECOND PLATOON 
Front Ro:t : James Sidney Bissett. Stuart Deric Kershner, Carroll Wayne Merlick, Elgene Campbell Spencer, Ralph Semmes Jackson, George 

Richard Fulton. Mason Edward Collins. 
Second Ro:t: William Mitchel Evans, James Lowell Kuester, Gary Lloyd Dowis, Johnny Mack Spears, James Albert Trotter, Joe Kellon Wells, 

Jr., Scott Petty, Jr. 
Third Row: William Courtney Robinson, Jon Paul Arledge, Joseph Wayne Roberts, Robert Clarkson Waggener, William Robinson O'Hair, Jerry 

Kenneth Treybig, Gary Lynn Leach. 




SECOND PLATOON 
Front Row: Perry Joseph Lyons, Arthur Harvey Hunke, Don Larry Talbert, Charles Howard McCann, Darrell David Wilson, Nick Vratis, 

Herschel Lee French, David Joe Cowan. 
Second Row: Frank M. Dannenbaum, Henry Austin Armstrong, Ivan Ellis Brown, Edgar Eugene Bailey, Jr., Earl Jerome Heckman, James 

Andrew Stevens, Charles William Grissett. 
Third Row: Joe William Bain, Bythel Kelly Cooper, David Benton Dibrell, Herbert Wolfe Wizig, Bill Doane Young, Clarence Jack Carter, 

Richard Lynn McDaniel. 




SECOND PLATOON 

Front Row: Louis Raoul Del Homme, Maurice Goldstein. John Lawrence Jones. Ernest Patrick Bond, Don Sidney Herman. Harold Bernard Karren, Albert 
Vernon McGraw, E. Robert Adler, Larry Sylvester Glazer, Thomas Jay Benner. 

Second Row: William Abraham Helfman, Daniel Shelton Gafford, Merrill Lee Hartman, William Warren Brewer, Monte Edward McDaniel, Jay Ben Horo- 
witz, Thomas Ball Hensey, Robert Taylor Newsom. 

Third Row: Albert Carl Hampel, Don Estes Bird, Fred Frazier Ligon, Jerrold David Aronson, Claude Dozier Cox, Jules Follis Rose, Thomas Michael Cassin, 
John Tatum Green, Larry Anthony Carr. 



ARMY 



COMPANY 




Insert: Marian Elheridge Knox. FIRST PLATOON 

Front Row: Otis Don Chapoton. Edwin Roger Wright, Joseph James Williams, Frederick Charles Matthews, 

Charles Marlin Leakc. Roy Grant Marvin, Jr., Patrick Stephens Lutts, Jerry Franklin Priddy. Burton Lee 

Rakoover, Walter Bernard Hendrick. 
Second Row: Ben Addison Donnell. John David Baird, Jerry A. Wells. John Harris Robertson, LarryJoseph 

Sachnowitz, Ronny Norman Schoenbrun, Thomas Carl Sonnenberg, Arthur Guy Lochridge, Patrick Thomas 

Shields. 
Third Row: Donald Paul Mafrige, Pearson Grimes. James Lee Young, Anthony M. Truchard, Thomas Jackson 

Risinger, Kyle Winston Sherrill, Harold Paley Laves, Mark Magee, Tom John Weigel, Jr., Joseph H. Peck. 



COMPANY 




FIRS! PLATOON 
Front Row: Gordon Henry Otto, Barbara Earle Bridges, Douglas Ogden Smyth, Robert Allen Abbott. Alvin 

Felix Blair, Samuel David Glassman, Kenneth Roy Dunlap, Joe Knapp Peery, Walter Lee Jones, Carl 

Edward Arnold. 
Second Row. Emmet Kyle McMahan, Larry Lester Bowers, Joe Thomas Harren, Rodrick Warren Dennis, 

Lloyd Cecil Jolly, James Carter Boone, Jr.. Edward Randall Reed, Gary Richard Wilson. 
Third Row: James Patrick McGuire, William Fred Miller, Don Duane Fora, Thomas Leslie Newman, Harold 

Russell Joseph, Henry Houston Long, Robert Herman Brewer. James P. Briscoe. 



COMPANY 




FIRST PLATOON 
Front Row: Duane Noble Smith, Nanci Sue Myers Waller Winn Durham, Dee Robert Brown, George Benjamin Brown, Carroll Gene Erwin, Robert Lester 

Griffis, Paul McCauKhy Hasans, James Leslie Wells. 
Second Row: Granville Emil Ott, Jack Stuart Roberts, Jr., Edward A. Cowan, Richard Leedom Nelson, II, Leslie Noel Windlam, James Monroe Kruse, 

Harris Duncan Husted. 
Third Rout: Jeff Austin, Jr., Bobby Lee Vcrplank, Charles Kennard Lindley, Raul Gutierrez. Jr., Jerry Lee Hughes, William Wayne Harris. Fred Clinton 

Hedges. 



Y 



D 



R.O.T.C. 




SECOND PLATOON 

Front Ron': Lawrence Burton Finger, James Hugh Westmoreland, Robert Lawrence Yarmo, Morton H. Meyerson, William Leroy Stein, Wil- 
liam Irvin Wyatt, John Hall Kochevar, Ben Alvis Stafford, Louis Viramontes. 

Second Row. Richard Simon Karotkin, James Palmer Woodson, Henry Leon Walker, William Lynn Wheeler, Jr., James Frederic Wright, 
James Thomas McCuIlough, Francisco Trinidad Gonzalez. 

Third Row: Alvin Maury Levine, Charles Schreiner Nelson, John Carrol Vogt, James Walter Terry, Bernard Jerome Rubin, Joel Don 
Zimmermann, William John Lyons, Jr., Robert Campbell Hewell. 







SECOND PLATOON 
Front Row: Terrence Fair Wood, James Robert Elliott. Peyton Lambeth Townsend, Gerald Lee Sewell, Ronny Wayde Nicholas, P. D. Greer, 

Jr., Robert Scotland Clark, Gene A. Holmgreen, Joe Neil iTillery. 
Second Row: Larmon Joe Maddox, George William Swain, III, Carter Benjamin Kelly, Travis Gene Ansley, Les Mendelsohn, Herman 

Ringler, Larry Keith Spencer, Luke C. Fisher, Jr. 
Third Row: William Arthur Crockett, Robert Gist Knupp, Donald Humphrey Poole. Rees Robertson Oliver, II, Sammy Dee Sims, John 

Randle Taylor, Joe Edward Stoeltje, Dwight Franklin Henderson. 




SECOND PLATOON 
Front Row: David Hartwell Kuester, Joe Dell Winter, David Otto Nilsson, Hugh Moss Wright, Roy Brien Varnado, Jay Francis Thielcn, 

Victor Brenard Jaeggli, Giles Hayes Madray, Thomas Gene Roberts, Ronald Mitchell Katz. 
Second Row: J. Gilbert Luke, James William O'Dowd, Gilbert Matison Wyrick, Donald Eugene Roper, Phillip David Stotland, Jerry Doyle 

Tacker, Don Keith Meier, Lawrence Edward Steinberg. 
Third Row: James Charles Hugh Hoge, Gerald Royce Lewis, Laurence Eugene Linden, Kenneth Hailey Wax, Ben Paul Tanksley. Clarence 

Leon Callaway, William Alexander Roever, Alex Dennis McNabb, Lewis Wheeler Donaghey. 



ARMY 



COMPANY 




FIRST PLATOON 
Front Row: Walter Edward Pitts, Jr., Annette Anderson, William Jackson Blythe, Frederick Holmes Pearce, Jr., 

Benjamin Nicholls Hamilton, Edward Allen Haight, William Carroll Kelly, Jr., Gifford O'Neill Touchstone. 
Second Row: Victor Tafel, William Jerry' Cook. Robert Francis Earhart, Michael Roy Gibson, Robert Joseph 

Finegan, John Scott Hoeck. 
Third Row: Arthur William Wenske, Robert Rush Smither, Jr., James Leon Hailey, James Robert Moffett, 

Cameron Herschel Gates. 



COMPANY 




FIRS!' PLATOON 

Front Row: Kleo Glen Halm, Donald Scott Mullins, Roy Sims Goodman, Roy Adrian Ledbelter, Arved E. 
White, Charles Robert Payne, Leif Waldt LugUm. 

Second Rou': David Harris Davis, II, Beverly Ann Koen. Henry Carr Pritchett. Edward Penrose Hicks Rich- 
ardson. William Lee Richardson, Glenn Matteson, Amador Garcia, Kenneth Thompson Miller. 

Third Roiv. Don Louis Carmichael, LeRoy Johnson, Henry Edward Padgett, Conrad Walter Forys, Tillman 
David O'Brien, James Elsie Shillinbutg. 

RANGER COMPANY 




Front Ron; James Douglas Ka/on. Nanry Catherine Tolve, Harold Ivan Pitchford. William Harold Gibson. Hal Freeman Simmon-, Louis Richard Smith, 

Robert Anthony Butler, (irome Charles Kendall. 1 ommy DiMaggin DeShazor. John Clvde Robinson, Jr., Jerry Lvnn Watson. 
Second Row: James Piiul Miears, Harry Vaughn Bonds, Dillard Maurice Chappell, William Thomas Allison, Robert P. Wood, Bob Lewis Morer, Robert 

Walter Pemt. Thomas Bainhill Carter. 
Third Ro:r: Derald Wayne Turner, Mike Lee Molak. Gary Alvin Goldfeder, Donald Allen Maxwell, David Benton Debrell. Leaton 1 homas Oliver, Richard 

Jules Loewenstern. David Adolph Gershner. 
Fourth Ron': Jerry William Russell. Kenneth Hastings Savage, John Robert Kittrall. Leslie Crane Merrem, Ronald Lee VanMeter, Tulane Paul Gordon, 

Thomas Perry Scott. David Wallace Budzilowicz. Sterling Samuel Newman. Kenneth Lee Oehler. 



R.O.T.C. 




H 



SECOND PLATOON 
Front Row: Jonathan Bracker, Charles Joseph Macmanus, Terrence Gaynor Kendall, William Wren Fair, Charles Cushman Cate, Charles 

August Meinscher. 

Second Row: John Charles Blanton, John Riley Evans, III. William Reid Gieseke. Ralph Williamson Alspaugh, William J. Wyman. 
Third Row: William Embry Fullingim, William Kyle Vollmer, Ben Chilton Boren, Oscar Talbot McAlister, Tom Waddell Pollard, Lewis 

Lee Kull. 




SECOND PLATOON 
Front Row: William Lawrence Cotulla, Ronnie Latham Pruett, Jerry Haygood Wilcoxon, Dennis Bernard Barborak, Judah Bernard Schultz, Joe Curtis 

Irvin, James Harvey Rogers. 
Second Row: Lynn Richard Allen, James Robert Sorrell, John Robert Carter, Robert Marion Goodwin, Robert Bryan Twaddell, Jack Willard Canncll, 

Ben McCullough Patterson, Philip Edward Donaho. 
Third Row: Wesley Lee Wyman, William Ross Laughlin, Armour Debbs McManus, Jr., John Oliver Smith, James Boyd House, Dean Eakin Wolf. 



CONFEDERATE DRILL SQUAD 




Front Row: John Edward Swindells, Hersohel Lee French, Terence Gaynor Kendall, Ben Alvis Stafford, Roy Brien Varnado, 

Second Rom: Hector Homero Cardenas, Robert Taylor Newsom, Kyle Winston Sherrill, Phillip Edward Donaho, Leslie 
Noel Windham. 



DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL SCIENCE 




The University of Texas is one of the fifty-tv 
Universities in the United States having a nava 
R.O.T.C. Unit. In September, 1940, the Navy fir 
appeared on the campus. The demand for offic 
during World War II made necessary an ex-j 
panded program to include the Flight Preparator 
School and a Navy V-12 Unit. Thousands of stu- 
dents have received their commissions as Ensie 
in the Navy or Naval Reserve and as Second Lieu- 
tenants in the Marine Corps or the Marine Re- 
serve. 

The Navy V-12 Unit was decommissioned 
June of 1946 and the Holloway Plan was adopted. 
The enrollment in the Texas Unit usually aver- 
ages about 340 students. Many of the students re-J 
ceive valuable training through the summer cruises! 
which enables them to apply their textbook knowl- j 
edge to seamanship. Ports in Europe, Canada anc 
the Caribbean are visited. 



CAPTAIN DONALD GREEK IRVINE 

Professor of Naval Science 



STAFF 




Front Row: Lieutenant Commander Kenneth James Simpson, Commander Ben Hill Slough, Jr., Captain Donald Greer Irvine, Major William E. Antley, Jr., Lieutenant Jack K 
Lanley. 

Second Ron:: Mrs. Marjorie Anne Bode, Lieutenant Commander Orvill L. Pilgrim, Lieutenant Commander James Graff Evans, Lieutenant (j.g) John Carroll Smith. 
Third Row: Mailer Sergeant Walter A. Buttrick, Yeoman First Class Joseph Wright Reine, Mrs. Muriel H. I'lasky. 

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SPONSORS 



- 










Left to Right: Marynelle Davis, Judie Anne Newton, Sally Noble, Carolyn Camille Robertson, Jerry Lancaster. 



NAVAL R.O.T.C. 

COLOR GUARD 





Left to Right; Monty Ruey McMJnn, Byron Raymond Adams, Robert Stephen Carter, John Robert Stockwell, 
Leslie Allen Sanders. 



PACE 511 



BUCCANEERS 



' 



fc 



Front Row: Robert Alexander Games, Judie Anne Newton, George Raphael Rogers. 

Second Row: Hugh Pat Pate, Everett Franklin Collins, Jr., Billy George Ekrut, Alfred Flores Cazares, David Frazier Cloud. Phil Lloyd Shoop, Clinton Blain Thomp- 
son, Richard Maurice Moore, Jr., Alton Orville Moore, Wilford Dale McCann, John Blake Crosby. Jr., Wesley Pollard Saylors. Grant Lerf>y Bigelow. 

Third Row: Harold Eichenbaum, Jr., Robert Wallar Looney. James Henley Jones, Raymond Carlton Smith, Yale Hicks Ferguson, Benjamin Griffin Hammond, James 
Daniel Walters, Robin Paul Stagg, Steven Mosby Porter, William Childs Lipscomb, Thermon Ray Crocker, Robert Henry Schmidt. 

Fourth Row: Richard Glenn Looney, Logan Dale Pillow, Eldridge Bob Roberson, Fredrick Dean Hallman, Charles Hubert Petri, Thomas Foils W'omack, James Howard 
Bell, Joe Allen Mauldin. Jackson Lee McDaniel, Daniel Stratton Gwinner, Mark Ellison Williams. Wyatt Hudson McGee. 

Fifth Row: Harrell Clark Baum, John Joseph Robbins, Charles Joseph Moritz, Otto Henry Ludwig, Hugh Gibbs Mood, Dan C. West. Weldon Woolf Hammond, Robert 
Charles Edwards, William Holmes Bourke, Royce Linton Cutler, John Raymond Jones, Frank Mills Shallene. Ronald Lynn Woodhn. 




front Ran: Phil Lloyd Sh<x,p. Andrew Williams Barhofen. Richard Barry Bermont, John Blake Crosby, Jr., David Kiker Hughes. Joseph Hudgens Dominey. Wrslev 

Pollard Saylors, Harold Eichenbaum, Jr., Wilford Dale McCann, John Thomas Dorbandt, David Frazier Cloud, James Elery Holland, Jack Harold Dennis, Alton 

Orville Moore, Jr. 
Second Row: M.u-h.ul Elliott Benjamin, Roy Eugene Miller, Robert Marion Moore, William Eugene Joor, III, Logan Dale Pillow. Jr., Walter Thannisch. III. Kirk 

William Weinerl, Russell Jones Henry, Jerry Carlton Price, William Jerome Johnson, Fredrick Dean Hallman. Robin Paul Stagg, Steven Mosby Porter, Robert Wallar 

Looney. 
Third Roif. Benjamin Griffin Hammond. Larry Allan Fulbright Yale Hicks Ferguson, Dan C. West, Michael Scott Fry, Joe Dodson Clayton, James William Spalding, 

David Robert Bommer, Robert Henry Schmidt, Raymond Carlton Smith Jackson Lee McDaniel. Neiland Haskell Fain. Don Luther Sparks. Thermon Ray Crocker. 
fourth Ron: Norman Pierce Hardy, Daniel Thomas Pane, Robert Joseph Thompson. George Edward Zacek, Eldrige Bob Roberson Daniel Stratton Gwinner, Frank 

Mills Shallene, Robert O'Brien Johnson, William Holmes Bourke, George Halley Scheer, Kenneth Thompson Welch, Charles Hubert Petri, Thomas Foils W'omack. 

Mack Harrell Harris. 
Filth Row: Harrell Clark Baum. Ronald Lynn Woodfin, Samuel Sidney White, Hugh Gibbs Mood. John Joseph Robbins, Olto Henry Ludwig, Charles Joseph Monti, 

John Sroggins Hollyfield, John Raymond Jones. 



SOPHOMORES 




tap- 



Robert 



Front Row: Sidney H. Smith, III, Grant Leroy Bigelow, Robert Raymond Randolph, Richard Maurice Moore, Jr., Alfred Flores Cazares, Ronald Gene Woods, Clinton 

Blain Thompson, Everett Franklin Collins, Jr., Bill Horton McNall, Robert Charles Reinarz, Weldon Lynn Kennedy. 
Second Row: Bailey Lovin Guess, Charles Neal McKinney, Royce Herman Hall, Jr., Thomas Richard Glower, Michael James Clifford, Larry Don Knippa, Billy George 

Ekrutj John Henry Herber, Carleton Edward Anderson, Eugene Beck Scale, William Kendall Adam. 
Third Row: David Crockett Lee, Tames Benjamin Hall, Mark Ellison Williams, Allan Louis Drewa, Richard Glenn Looney, Harvey Keith Fahrenthold, Charles McKinley 

Smith, William Childs Lipscomb, Charles Wesley Orr, David Caldwell, Thomas Phillips Field, James Lacy Pierce. 
Fourth Row: John Clifton Cooper, George Durden Gibbs, Joseph E. C. Martin, Joe Allen Maudin, Benjamin Clyde Barker, Ronald Jack Finger, Clarence Edwin Mayer, 

David Lee Buchanan, Jr., Chris Nelson, III, Rex Glenn Roberts, Lawrence Allen Mann. 
Fifth Row: Eugene Thomas Beynon, Jr., James Thomas Gibbons, Thomas Rush Mast, James Howard Bell, Joseph Edward Tepera, Frederick Warren Middleton, Wyatt 

Hudson McGee, Kenneth Dean Kiesling, John Eugene Senterfitt, Jon Edwin Ferguson, Richard V. Parish, John Rentz Doggett, III. 
Sixth Row: Lawrence Ray Green, Paul Edward Stallings, Richard C. Jennings, Howard Leslie Atkins, John C. Sargent, Robert Charles Edwards, Charles Leach Gilbreath, 

Charles Edward White, Roger Caldwell Henderson, Bruce Wade Nelson, Donald Keith Barrington. 






,i 






Front Row: Robert Alexander Carnes, Samuel Robert Cummings, III, Royce Linton Cutler. James Terry Topham, Bill Lee Liggin, Fredric Mitchell Silver, William 

Frederick Hettler, Jr., Donald Lee Linker, George Raphael Rogers, Ronald Eugene Eddy, Albert Julius Toole. 
Second Row: Don Jay Pichinson, Joseph Walter Harrison, Jr., Richard Earl Holloway, Robert Nelson Shelby, James Kenneth Alfred, Charles Ray Akin, Jr., Benjamin 

Eugene Jackson, William Edgar Miller, III, Bob Edward Lively, Walter Webb Duson, Darrell Etheldred Tarver. Sterling Norman Sorrell. 



Richard Thurman Buffler, Bobby Dave Lain, Ralph Waldrom Dau, James Irvine Perkins, Jr., Norman Everett Long, Ben Allen Meharg, Fred Ligarde, Joseph 
Chris Makeever, Weldon Woolf Hammond, William Carlisle LaRowe, John Robert Stockwell, Richard Allen Mohun. 



Third Row 



PACE 513 



SENIORS 



ABLE COMPANY 



Front Ron: Harold Gene Smith, Sally Noble. 

Second Ron-: Hall Street Hammond, Larry Lee Lloyd, Maurice Wayne Cole. Jr., John Paul Leslie, Brady Marshall Cole. 

Third Row: Melvin Lynn Roloff, Frank Clifford Green. Henry Richards Elmer, Wilbur Horace Greensireet, Jr., Thomas Edward Seekatz. 

Fourth Row: Charles Andrews Haynes, Richard Thurman BufTler. Buford Preston Berry, Jr. 



BAKER COMPANY 




Front Row: Harry Lee Jones, Carolyn Camille Robertson. 

Second Row: Don Stanton Smith, Hubert Augustus Morgan, Jr., Norman Louis Cervenka, Franklin A. Pickens, Jack Harrison Stutts, Louis Benjamin Houston, Joe 

M. Scruggs, Jr. 

Third Row: Hascal Bruss Billingsley, William Francis Greve, Jr., William Ernest Schmidt. William Chester Dendy, Jr. 
Fourth Row: Benny Ray Breed, Harold Rice Murray, Lyle Floyd Branch, William David Walter. 



SENIORS 





CHARLIE COMPANY 







Front Row: Allen John Pierce, Jerry Lancaster. 



Second Row: John Welon Koenig, John Henry Harrison. IV., John Robert Kirk, Jr.. Robert Viril Cauthorn, Michael Hill O'Brien. 
Third Row: Mark Hall Beers, David Addison Rogers, James Walter 



, 
Fourth Row: Bobby Dave Lain, George Durden Gibbs. 



, .. 
Kachtick, Charles Lester Mackenzie. 






SENIORS 
i 



BUCCANEER STAFF 










Front Row: Robert Alexander Games, Judie Ann Newton. 

SENIORS 




Second Row: Royce Linton Cutler, Hugh Pat Pate, George Raphael Rogers. 

BATTALION STAFF 







Front Row. Daniel David Kana, Marynelle Davis. 

Second Row: William Arch Harrison, Jr., Jerry Harrison Jenkins, Leo Anderson Chamberlin, Robert Ben Lillie. 

Third Ron-: Harvey Andrew Eikel, Clovis Seigler Vaughn, Julius Desey Desenberg, William Carlisle LaRowe. 

R.O.T.C. BAND 




David Weldon Trekell, Larry S. Lamberth, Jr., Bailey Arnold Birdsong, Terry Neal Grumbles, 



Front Row: Karrell John Johnson, Jill McMurry. Joe David Borja. E 
Travis Duane Franklin, Robert Eldon Harris, Charles Albert Smith. 



Second Row: David Lynn McLaughlin, Henry Louis James, George Edward Zacek, Michael Donald Williams, Eugene Allan Calvert, Leon Laforest Holland, Arthur 
Noble Chester, Almond Jasper Hays, Gilbert John Wilbeck, James Edward Freeman, David Lee Crittenden, Charles Ritchie Kuhn. 

Third Row: David Livingston White, William J. Doughty, Cleve Edward Moten, Charles Burnett Wood, Carl Dean Howard. Joseph Earl Zeigler, Jr., Ronald Lee 
Arthur Beverly, James Thomas Ivy, Garald Eugene Munger, Jr., Charles Lee Michulka, Walter Joe Duncan, Frank Thomas Rackley. 

Fourth Row: John Charles Wendell Milner, James Jerral Taylor Roberto Mireles Salinas, Robert Swann Silvey, III. Robert Clay Pratka, John William Leonard. 
Sherman Allan Ross, Charles Henry Washington, James Milton Bruner, Alvin John Kay, Donald Eugene Taylor, Jerry Carlton Price. Neiland Haskell Fain. 



DEPARTMENT OF AIR SCIENCE 





COLONEL DAVID H. THOMAS 
Professor of Air Science, FALL 



COLONEL WILLIAM HIGHTOWER SMITH 
Professor of Air Science, SPRING 



STAFF 




The Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps 
program was established at The University cf 
Texas in July, 1947. This program, offered by the 
Department of Air Science, is designed to select 
and prepare university students to serve their 
country as Commissioned Officers in the Ait 
Force. Air Science cadets are given orientation 
flights in military aircraft in addition to excellent 
training in leadership and Air Science. Attendance 
at a Summer Training Unit enables them to ex- 
perience living and learning on an Air Force base. 
When called to active duty, AFROTC gradu.ni"> 
become pilots, navigators, or technicians in their 
specialized field of study. 



Front Row: Colonel William Hightower Smith, Major Richard Howard Kraemer, Captain 
Donald E. Spears, Captain Harold L. Harris, Master Sergeant Erwin W. Freudenberg. 

Second Row: Captain Rossi L. Selvaggi, Captain Patricia Whitmore, Staff Sergeant Joseph 
K. Batten, Staff Sergeant Thomas W. Royal, Jr., Master Sergeant Virgil Thomas Hill, 
Master Sergeant William Hartman Davenport. 

WING STAFF 




from Row: Dennis Joseph O'Brien, Sharon Louise Henson. 

Second Row: Dennis Gordon Pace, Walter Asa Saunders, James Arthur Loynd, Robert Sterling Farmer. 
Third Row: Harvey Henry Diemer, Jerry Mac Trim, Paul Duaine Hope, Richard Alan Shropshire. 
Fourth Row: Donald B. Guillen, Chailei Edward Botefuhr, Monte Patrick William*. 

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GROUP ONE STAFF 



GROUP TWO STAFF 





Front Row: George Daniel Matzke, Eloise Annette Tate. 
Second Row: Robert Leyton Gunn, Bobby Louis Cummin^s. 



Front Row: Edward Stafford Bridges, II, Cynthia Ann Lee. 

Second Row: Ramon Robert Rackley, Jacob Alton Bauerle, Bernard John Ehresmann. 






FRESHMAN LEADERSHIP LABORATORY 

U 



i 







INSTRUCTORS 
Front Row: Joseph Holt Foster, Ronald Vincent Larson, Maurice John Lehmann, Charles Albert Smith, David Weldon Trekell, James Robert Niebuhr, Jay Bradfc 

Rea, John Wheaton Clark. 
Second Row: Ted Maynard Watson, Jack Dale Poison, William Max Jennings, Carlos Robert Heina, Kenneth Lee Cochrum, Horace Dodson C 

Carrick. 

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AIR FORCE RO.T.C 



SQUADRON 




FLIGHT A 
Front Row: Donald Thomas Ward, Patricia Ann Parker, James Lipscomb Ballard, William Thomas Bruce, David Trippe Garza, John Burks Eastwood, Hal Segrest 

Hudson, Jo Anne Hamilton. 
Second Row. Phillip Robert Zeeck, William Edward Brock, Donald Ray Dacon, James Rodney Thomas, Wilber Ray Seidel, Collier Hodge Pate, Phillip Winston 

Handley. 
Third Row: Minor Lovis Helm. Jr.. Jerry Edwin Smith, Herbert William Dodson, James John O'Grady, Jr., Anthony Joseph Wzontek, Jeremy Michael Gay, 

Michael Edwin Peinemann, Gadmus Kilgore Lawson, II. 




SQUADRON 



FLIGHT C 

Front Row: Sam Hulin Hall. Reginald Wayne Clark, Roger Karl Wilkinson. Otis Lyman Parchman, Robert Pedro Lozano, Bruce Edwin Bain. 

Second Ron': James Parker Oliver, Robert Nyland Abercrombie, Marshall Sheppard Pogue, Daniel Albert Naranjo, Willie Watson Robertson. Grady Dyson Bruce, Jr. 
Third Row: Hazel Karen Kinchcloe, James Donald Kniker, James Terry Gray, Arthur Kercheville McCallum, Donald Burtice Baker, Gary McCollum, John William 
Patton, Jolen Milton Hathaway. 



SQUADRON 1} 




FLIGHT E 
Front Row: Henry David Christian. C.jrlrnr Johnson, Rirhard Charles Schulte, Fred Rohner Bruss, Michael Gilbert Herndon, Jerry Mills Smith, Robert Harold 

Smith, Clarence Wayne Harrison. 
Second Row: Robert Alan Hunt, John Curzon Cooke, Donald Charles Krause, Larry Leon Womble, Charles McDonald White. Richard Lee Beard. Ezekiel Robert 

Castro, Gary Floyd Offutt. 
Third Row: Dudley Ward Roberts, John Robert Maddox, Walter Tom Henson, Barr McClellan, Harry Let Adams. Jr., Ernest Elmo Straley. Jr.. Joseph Othell 

Batto, Charles Lester McClellan. 






ONE 







FLIGHT B 

Front Row: Thomas Leslie Pritchett, Ralph Douglas O'Dell, James Randall West, Larry Dale Lewis, Leo Anthony Rizzuto, Gregory Alan Carter, Louis Irvin Schneider. 
Second Row: Scott William Forney, William Thomas Palmer, Dwight James Gracey, David Charles Porter, John Phelps Branch. 
Third Row: Edward Russell Lindsay, James Andrew Stone, Lewis Spears Cosper. William Edward Matthews, Charles Murray Miles, Jerome Michael Kutach. 




FLIGHT D 
Front Row: Robert Lee Parker, Dick Sullivan Calkins, Bryon Cecil Prater, Enrique Jimenez, Lowell Rivette Smith, Jr., William Emmett Bolch, Jr., Harold 

Wesley Ashendorf. 

Second Row: Cleve James Hoecker, Mikell Frederick Vanderlaan, Travis Aubrey Koehler. Ken Melvin Kwan. Clarence Wagner Chandler. 
Third Row: John Warriwer Long, Eugene Oliver Dirr, Joe Thomas Reed, Gary Leslie Smith, Hildred Bruce Lockhart, Robert Lee Orr. 

THREE 




FLIGHT F 
Front Row: David Evan Griffiths, Tommy Wayne Pope, Clarence Norbert Schwab, Waller Nelson Barnes, Wayne Scott Emrich, Louis Guerrero, Wenccslaus Fred 

Beyer. 
Second Row: Bruce Warner Carpenter, Kathleen Anne MacKenna, John Alden Knapp, James Scott Long, Samuel Bruner Horton, Floyd Dennis Herndon, George 

Robert Stewart. 
Third Row: Robert William Jorrie, Don Curtis Russell, Jerry Allen Muennink, John Cal Birdsall, Alvin Michael Bloom, Clark Stanley McCarty, William Kindred 

Stephenson. 



AIR FORCE 



R.O.T.C. 



SQUADRON 



B 




FLIGHT G 
Front Ron: Lester Barry Palmer, Teddie Jeannine Powell, Ruthven Champion Tolbirt, John Elbert Dayton, Jr., Preston Tobis Bridgewater, Jerome Frank Kubala, Jr., 

Thomas Richard McGuire, Marion Don Hancock, Woodie Larman Thompson. 
Second Rou: John Tristani Sherwood. John Livingston Travis. David Trenton Killen, Daniel Jule Talley, Robert Fitzgerald, Shelly Lee Leffingwell, Anthony Ray Henry, 

Leslie Wayne Wickliffe, Malcolm Dade. 

Thiri[ Rou.: Silas Edward Southern, John David Baylor. Thomas Gentry- Jeter, Russell Alan Quantock, George William Krebel, Allen Frank Musick. Allen Dewayne 
Kubela Appling, Jimmie Rae McGregor. 



Tillman, Jesse 



SQUADRON 




FLIGHT I 
Front Ron-: Ted Lee Price, Joyce Higginbotham, Jereld Edward McQueen, Thomas Marcus Shellshear. John Harrison White, Jack Ralph Wood, Donald Louis 

Haberle. 

Second Ron': Willie Smith Bennett, David Allen Sadler. Jimmy Jack Smothermon, Anthony Bedford, Joseph Brock, Stephen Gordon Oakley. 
Third Ron-: William Sam Cannon, Bobby Wayne Dodson. NeKon Henry Maier, Thomas Maurice Wilson, Jack Dee Nolan, James Hudson Dudley. 



SQUADRON 




FLIGHT K 

Front Ron-: Stewart Leonard Davis. Ellita Wallace, Peter Arthur Vena, Prentis Otis Hibler, Gerald Ellis Bennett. Charles Gary Rule, Donald Harris Gonzenbach. 
Srcond Ron: Eugene Franklin Brimmr. Roy Edgar Box, Jr.. Donald Charles Goertz, Robert Dean White. Philip Morris. Ted Wooldridge. Ralph William Rodieck. 
Third Ron: Johnny Wesley Tackelt. Landon Wayne Stewart, Carroll Wendell Lanier, Willie Manuel Wilson. David Lynn Magnets, Maurice Edward Cowan, David 
tugene Barnett. Michael Arlcn Wash. 



I 






0\ FOUR 




FLIGHT H 

Front Row: Terry Clay Green, Robert Clayton Falls, Don Blaine StefTa, Thomas Nolen Kaspar, George Scott Mills, Alvin Rubenstein Gerson, Joe David Grantham. 
Second Row: John Daniel McCrory, Daniel Graham Galloway, Fred Dewitt Reed Jr., Thomas Kent Beyette, Barbara Ann Magel, Charles Septimus Longcope. 
Third Row: William Norris Agee, Gene Owen, Stephen Allen Grant, John Marion Williams, Ronald Lee Mabra. 



FIVE 




FLIGHT J 
Front Row: George Cardwell Joliey Jr., Ellie Barton Underwood Jr., Gerald Kent Cato, Albert Louis Fox, James Charles Moeser, Frederick Wayne Schumacher, 

Sydney S. Connor. 

Second Row: Morris Farrell Womack, Roy Gene Traylor, James Claddin Potts, Ronnie Eblen Malouf, Will Henry Ingram, Victor Vernon Si. ill. i 
Third Row: Ronald Williams White, Alton Wayne Whitney, Willie Paul Dunn, Jerry Cicero Callan, Ray Ernest Klempin, Stephen Clay Elliott. 



SIX 




Front Ron: Carlos Landon Naumann, Malvin Glen Teague, Rodrigo S. Trevino. Stanley Roy Fullen, Larry Andrew Chauvin, John Craig Carrel!, Richard August 

S;recker, Walter Brown Pistor. 

Second Row: Fleming Cook Hobbs, Joe Hudson Glasson, Gary D. Aguren. Roy Lester Kwan. Robert Sherridan Hughes. David Lloyd Hairslon. Humberto AcUmc. 
Third Row: Paul Tovar Torres, Malcolm Acie Burgess, John Dickson McVea, William H. Dobbs. Ray Gilbert Boyd, Robert Eugene Donald WooKey. 



ORANGE WINGS 







Front Row: George Philip Kazen, Betsy Blanton, Frederick Sydney Schlather. Robert Pies Humphreys, Willard 
Edward Johnson, Don Kenneth McLarty, Lorenzo Ford, Richard Douglas Cameron, Hector G. Sierra. 

Second Row: Jefferson Davis Howell, Jr., Lawrence Morgan Downum, Jr., Joseph Winfield Heath, Richard 
George Munzinger, Robert Stanford Brasfield, Robert William Osborne, Jr., Jimmy Lee McK.ee, Colvis Ray 
Hale, Horace Dodson Carmichael, Robert Lane Chapin. 

Third Row: Paul Vincent Anderson, Hudson Washington Griffin, Ransey Dale Swim, Samuel Phillip Ranger, 
Kent McCormack, Samuel Mathew Holland. Jr., Jack Raymond Hinson, Cecilio Gonzalez, Raymon Duncan 
Tillman, John Marion Monk, Larry Gene Zamponi. 

Fourth Row: Raymond Dale Christian. James LaVoy Branton. Larry Gene Eastep. Robert Randolph Owen, 
Richard Edward Linton, Thomas Harder Henderson, Charles Ronald Rogers, Jack Morgan Millner, Jay Harvey 
Reynolds, Sergio Romero, David Owen Swint. 



WAF R.O.T.C. 

BARBARA JEAN ASHLEY 
JO ANNE HAMILTON 
MARSHA RAYE IVY 

HAZEL KAREN KINCHELOE 
BARBARA ANN MAGEL 

KATHLEEN ANNE MACKENNA 
NORMA BERYL VOTAW 



PMJI 522 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C 
AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION COLOR GUARD 




| Front Ron.: Dennis Gordon Pace. Jerry Lee Coffee, Hollis A. Baugh, James Thomas Ross Cockrell, Herbert Harry Wiener, 

Second Row: Walter Asa Saunders, Jr., Paul Duaine Hope, James Arthur Loynd, Richard Andrew F. Perez, III. 
Alan Shropshire. 



RIFLE TEAM 




^H 

front Ron': Maurice John William Lehmann, Captain. 

Back Row: Nelson Henry Maier, Jr., Walter Brown Pistor, George Robert Edwin, George 
Scott Mills, Master Sergeant Virqil Thomas Hill. Coach. 



PAOE 523 



LOCAL SHOTS 



Left: Outstanding Cadets. Dennis G. Pace and Joseph H. Foster, 
Jr., receive awards from Colonel David H. Thomas. 



Center Left: Cadet Freshmen make model airplanes for contest 
as shown by Richard D. Cameron. 



Center Right: Captain Patricia Whitmore talks to Cadet Win? 
Commander Dennis J. O'Brien. 







Loner Left: AFROTC receives F-84F in sections. 

Lower Right: Coach Royal is made Honorary Cadet Colonel by Dennis J. O'Brien and Walter Asa Saunders. Jr. 



INDEX 



Name Pages 

\aron. Steven Louis 98. 279 

Aars, Gene C 80 

Abadjian, George 390, 460 

Abbott, Frank Mulkey 248 

Abbott, Robert Allen 506 

Abbott, Robert L 326 

Abbott, William Henry ..114, 250, 371 

Abdul-Hadi, Azmi A 460 

Abdul-Latif. Numan A. ..80.456,460 

Abell, Edward W 293 

Abell, Madeleine Wright 80, 237 

Abercrombie. Robert Nyland . .98, 141, 

259, 518 

Aberholt, Charles Earl 459 

Abernathey, James Milton 496 

Abernathy. Dorothy Jo 156, 159 

Abernathy, Daniel G 458 

Abernathy, Maybell 476 

Ablowich, Ronald Edgar 114, 345 

Abraham. Patricia Louise 4* 

Abrams, Judith Elaine 133, 238 

Abramson, Murray Allen 287 

Abright, Sarah Jane 1 14, 206 

Abu-Nassar, Nimeh Jabra 38 

Acacia 244-245 

A Cappella Choir 452 

Acker, James Peter 484 

Acosta, Hilaria Lala 400,462 

Acosta, Oswaldo 465 

Acosta, Robert Kelly 34 

Acrea, Jan Cloe 38. 456, 490, 504 

Acrey. Beverly Faye 80,385 

Acrey, Chauncey Charles 1 14, 395 

Acuna, Arnold Soto 8( 

Adair. John Kay. Jr 38 

Adair, Robert Sterling 281 

Adam. William Kendall 365, 513 

Adamcik, Robert Frank ..38. 158, 159 
Adame, Humberto 319, 328, 

476. 521 
Adamo, Michael Charles 80,157, 

Adams, Ann 98^ 220 

Adams, Annie Jo 477 

Adams, Arthur Wesley ..114,258,346 

Adams, Arva Sue 207 

Adams, Byron Raymond 38. 136, 

150, 164, 469, 511 

Adams, Christie Ann 493 

Adams. Donald Kenneth 114 

Adams. Frederick Joseph 280 

Adams. George Robert 80,283 

Adams; Harry Lee. Jr 98, 290, 518 

Adams, James Arthur 9t 

Adams, James Kent 290 

Adams. Jane 80,352 

Adams, Joan Ellen 114 

Adams. John Quincy 390 



Adams, Lillian Loyce 
Adams. Margaret Ann . . . 
Adams, Maurice McAshan 
Adams, Melinda Elizabeth 
Adams. Norman William 
Adams, Patricia Kay 
Adams, Paul Edward .... 
Adams. Priscilla Elaine . . 



149, 489 

138 

98, 265 

114 

80.495 

...38. 400 

.396 

....114, 228, 
352, 371, 389 

Adams. Robert MacColl 477 

Adams, Stanley Edward 165. 249, 

302, 493 
Adams, Suzanne Elizabeth .... 114, 175 

Adams, Walter Dickson 159 

Adelman. Donn Leigh 478 

Adels, Marlene Beverly . .80. 238, 239, 
242, 348, 351 

Aderholt. Charles Earl 80 

Adkins, Allan Britt 194, 204. 283 

Adkins. Bert Bently. Jr. . .80, 145, 203, 
266, 267, 302, 366, 372 

Adkins. Gwen Rowe 38 

Adkins. H. M 30 

Adler, E. Robert 286, 505 

Adleta. Edward Jackson 269 

Administration 17 

Advertising 527-549 

Agee, John Rodque 300 

Agee, William Norris 98, 282, 521 

Agnew, Sandra Suzanne 38, 203, 

218. 242. 487 

Aguilar. Ramon III 476. 478, 494 

Aguirre. Mary Eliza 391, 484 

Aguren, Gary D 521 

Ahearn. Michael John 38 

Ahrens. Carl William 80, 359 

Ahrens. Erwin 289 

Aiken, David Scott 249 

Air Force ROTC 516-524 

Ajaji, Khalid N 460 

A jam, Mohamed Norman 460 

Akersten. William Andrew ... 114. 397 

Akhras. Mohamed Tamil 460 

Akin, Charles Ray. Jr 80. 469. 

471. 513 

Akin, Jimmy Howard 282 

Akin. Robert B 139.490 

Akins. Donald Stephen 38 

Akkerman. James William 80, 277 

Alba Club 453 

Albakry. Abdel F 145 

Albers. Carl Clarence 157. 159 

Albrecht. Edgar Gayle 483 



Name Pages 

Albrecht. Emmett Roosevelt ..36. 146, 

459 
Albrecht. Frank, Jr ............... 38 

Albrecht, Frederick William ...... 38 

Albrecht. Herbert Carl ........... 38 

Aldeen. Lennart George .......... 481 

Alderson, Curtis Jackson ..... 266, 487 

Aldrich, Charles Stewart ......... 150 

Aldrich. Jean Helen .......... 38. 241 

Aldrich, Patricia Virginia ...114,133, 

203. 222, 352. 365. 389 

Alexander, Betty Jane . . . 143, 220. 485 

Alexander, Claire Louise ...... 38, 217 

Alexander, James Philip ......... 456 

Alexander, Joseph Louis ...... 38, 455 

Alexander, Lawrence Norborn ...114, 
141, 203 
Alexander. Leonardine Gay 



, 

114. 133. 
203 
263 
98 



Alexander, Robert Snyder 
Alexander. Ronald Bruce . 

Alexander. Steven Lyle 278, 371 

Alff. James Edward 154 

Alford. Samuel Buck 256 

Alfred. James Kenneth 267,513 

Alger, David William 80, 298, 

299, 340 

Alhambra House 394 

Ali, Mostafa Mohamed Elhag 460 

Al-Kashwan, Nouri 80 

Alkek. Anton Jacob, Jr 38. 134, 

155, 203 

Alkek. Margaret Virginia 147 

All Campus Advisors 382 

Allday. Charles Edgar 114, 478 

Allen, Ann 237 

Allen, Barbara Jane 485 

Allen, Brodie Earl 38. 489 

Allen. Carolyn Sage .... 1 14, 232, 365 

Allen, Charles Wesley 292 

Allen. Clyde C., Jr 98 

Allen, Don Ray 288, 305. 306. 

307. 316 

Allen. Gene Edwin 459 

Allen, Harriette Elizabeth ...114,387 

Allen. Jane Allison 98 

Allen, Joan 378 

Allen, Jo Ann 98 

Allen, John Joseph 135 

Allen. Lynn Richard 289. 509 

Allen. Marilyn Edith 98. 237 

Allen. Mary Ann 232 

Allen, Mary Claudia 236 

Allen. Mary Etta 80, 241. 366 

Allen. Mary Lee ... .80, 138, 208, 209, 

372, 473 
Allen, Noranne Elizabeth .80, 401, 473 

Allen. Platt Livingston 285 

Allen. Raymond Best 141 

Allen. Richard Wayman 454 

Allen, Sheila Rae 38. 209 

Allen, Susan Jane 221 

Allen, Truitt Lee 114 

Alley. Diane 80. 208. 209 

Allgood. Betty Lenora 98. 206. 371 

Allison. Gene Nealy 114; 248 

Allison. James Choyce . . .248, 264. 345 
Allison. Janet . .222, 223. 350, 351, 352 

Allison, John Sutton 269 

Allison, Johnny Walker 114 

Allison. Rebecca Lou 38, 487 

Allison. Travis Allen 38.456 

Allison. William Thomas 508 

Allison. Wilmer Lawson 256. 340 

Allred, Judith Janice 1 14, 230 

Allums, Bobby L 38 

Allums, James Anderson 80, 261 

Almand. Bobby Dwayne 98. 504 

Almanza. Alberto 344, 485 

Almon. Dan Alan 265 

Almond, Carolyn Kay 80. 218 

Alonzo, Anthony L 38 

Alpay. Okan 395 

Alpha Chi Omega 206-207 

Alpha Chi Sigma 152 

Alpha Delta Pi 208-209 

Alpha Delta Sigma 153 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 132 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 210-211 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 246-247 

Alpha Gamma Delta 212-213 

Alpha Kappa Psi 154 

Alpha Lambda Delta 133 

Alpha Omicron Pi 214-215 

Alpha Phi 216-217 

Alpha Phi Omega 160 

Alpha Tau Omega 248-249 

Al-Saji. Abdulla Hamid 460 

Alsbrooks, Betty Jane 218. 348 

Alspaugh. Ralph Williamson .114. 262. 
345, 485, 509 

Alston. Norman Akin 38. 459 

Alston. Roy Dean 114 

Alsup. James Alton 114 

Altman. Eleanor Martha . .38, 233. 461 

Alves, Diana Jean 98, 133 

Alvis. Laura Lee 38 

Alvis, Roy Maxwell .98. 305. 306. 307. 
313. 334. 336. 504 

Amelang. Karl John 249. 459 

Ament. Robert Stanley 1 14. 340 



Name Pages 

American Association of 

Architectural Engineers 454 

American Finance Association 455 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers 456 

American Institute of Electrical 

Engineers 457 

American Institute of Mining and 

Metallurgical Engineers 458 

American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers 459 

Amerman. Cora Louise . .114. 236. 466 

Amine. Majed Husein 460 

Amos, Bonita June 138 

Amstead. Billy Howard 146, 492 

Anders. Donald Robert 1 14, 290 

Andersen. Jack Tarpy 114. 274 

Andersen. Jane Katherine 98. 133. 

203, 366 
Anderson, Annette . .114. 133, 175, 206 

Anderson, Annette Lee 98. 166, 

206. 508 

Anderson, Arvid A 155 

Anderson, Barbara Jean 484 

Anderson, Carleton Edward 513 

Anderson, Carolyn . .349. 350. 351. 352 

Anderson, Carroll Dwight 80 

Andersoni Charlie Dale 150 

Anderson, Clarence Eugene . ..98. 273 

Anderson, Clellen Jahart 500 

Anderson, Connie Marie 114. 383 

Anderson, Edward Rice 456 

Anderson, Eleanor Marilyn .. .98. 226. 
242. 484 

Anderson. Frances Mae 38. 223 

Anderson. Fred Graydon .38, 132. 137, 
168, 188, 478. 49!) 

Anderson, Gary Allen 98 

Anderson, George Green .146. 150. 369 

Anderson. Henry George .98. 288. 305. 

306. 307. 314 

Anderson, James Daniel 253. 456 

Anderson, James Elliott 145 

Anderson. James Lloyd 80, 257 

Anderson. James Powell 153 

Anderson, James Rieves . .80. 263. 456 
Anderson, Jerry A 80 



erry Lee II 



. . .470 



Jill Carroll ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.237 

ohn Herbert 158 

ohn Turley 284 



'on Joseph 



258 



.eonora G. .'.'...'.. 38. 143 



Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, Leonora ij ........ jo, itj, 

203. 219. 462 
Anderson, Linda Sue ........ 114, 387 

Anderson. Lowell Benno ......... 456 

Anderson. Lynn Foster ........... 145 

Anderson. Madelon Elaine 38. 231. 466 
Anderson, Nelda Lucille ......... 80 

Anderson. Paul Vincent .......... 522 

Anderson. Reece Brooks .......... 305 

Anderson, Robbin Colyer .... 152. 266 

Anderson, Robert Eugene ........ 114 

Anderson, Stanley Earl .. .80, 152, 456 
Anderson. William Davis ......... 98 

Anderson, William Kent ......... 275 

Anderson. William Reese ......... 459 

Andres. Charles Gene ............ 467 

Andress. Alfonso Gerardo ......... 353 

Andrews, Bolivar Coleman . . . .80. 263 

Andrews, Carl Eugene ........... 269 



160. 458 
383 

98. 217 
459, 4% 
456, 476 
257 



, 

Andrews. Donald Edgar 
Andrews Dorm 
Andrews, Gwendolyn Sue 
Andrews. Harold Eugene 
Andrews, Harry Louis 
Andrews, John Cannon ........... 

Andrews; Kenneth N ..... 98. 160, 365 

Andrews. Thomas Marshall ....... 269 

Angel. Charles A.. Jr ........ 291. 455 

Angell. Richard James ... .80, 252. 253 

Anisman. Melvin A .............. 279 

Ankenman. Fred Norman 98. 248. 249 
Anniversary, 75th ............... 6-16 

Ansel. Patsy ..................... 352 

Ansley, Lucious Edwin, Jr. . . .305. 485 

Ansley. Travis Gene .......... 98, 507 

Anspacher. Richard Barton ....... J 

Anspacher. Thomas Edwin ....... 249 

Anthony. William Douglas . . .114. 256 
Antley. Major William E.. Jr. ...164. 

469, 510 
Antweil. Jarrell H ................ 287 

Apel. Karen Ann ................ 38 

Apple. Bonnie Jane ..... 382. 392. 470 

Applebaum. Sara Adel ....... 98. 133. 

210. 211 
Appleman. George ............... 360 

Appleman. R. Gordon . . .80. 168. 287. 

305. 360 
Appling. Jesse Kubela ........... 114 

Arab Students' Association ....... 460 

Arambula. Odilon . . 148, 376. 378, 476 
Arbingast. Stanley A ..... 155. 274. 402 

Arbuckle. Billy Travis ............ 158 

Arce. Alfredo F .................. 476 

Arellano. Oscar Sanchez ...... 452. 484 

Arick. Ann Elaine ............ 38. 213 

Arledge. Jon Paul ........... 262, 490 

Armistead. Billie Davant ......... 221 

Armitstead. Paul T ............... 145 

Armstrong. Anita ................ 38 



Name Pages 

Armstrong. Ann Ellen 166 

Armstrong, Bob 30 

Armstrong. Dan Lewis. Ill 275 

Armstrong, Gae Marie 144, 206, 

207, 375 

Armstrong, Henry Austin 80. 505 

Armstrong, James Robert 80, 270 

Armstrong. Louise Landis 162. 234. 473 
Armstrong, Martha Rebecca . .114. 208 

Armstrong. Richard R 257, 458 

Armstrong, Robert Landis ..137. 168. 
269. 364 

Armstrong. William Donald 275 

Armstrong. William H 466 

Army ROTC 502-509 

Arndt. William Erwin 38. 459 

Arnelt. John Howard 136. 150 

Arnette, Jay Hoyland . . . .98. 157, 305, 
320, 322, 334. 336 

Arnette, Joseph Hoyland 157, 159 

Arnette. Mary Ann 38. 175 

Arney, Binford 30 

Arnhold. Thomas Duncan 271 

Arno. Howard Michael . .141. 204. 272 

Arnold Air Society 167 

Arnold, Carl Edward 506 

Arnold. Hugh Humphries 456 

Arnold. James Chester. Jr. . . 114. 300 

Arnold, John Maurice 39 

Arnold. Lloyd Elvin, Jr 271 

Arnold. William Richard 459 

Aronson, Jerrold David 98. 246, 

247. 505 

Arthur. J. B 485 

Arthur. Mrs. J. B 372 

Asaff. John George 158 

Asato. Shotoku 80 

Asbury, Larry Marshall 291 

Asfour, John Elias 80 

Ashbaug'h. Charles Ivan . .80. 399. 474 
Ashbaugh. Edward Ronald ... .39. 293 

Ashbet Literary Society 461 

Ashburn. Mary Florence 1 14. 222 

Ashburne. Jim G 134. 135. 155 

Ashby. Lynn Cox 378 

Ashcraft. Betty Cole 366. 466 

Ashendorf. Harold Wesley ... .39. 134. 

167. 246. 247. 519 

Ashley. Barbara Jean .... 1 14. 400, 522 

Ashley, Scottie Hays, Jr 39. 489 

Ashton. Joseph Benjamin 152 

Ashworth. Kenneth Hayden .140, 145. 
203 

Askew. Hubert Carl 280 

Askew. Jackie Thurman 157 

Asotf. Mrs. John 372 

Association for Childhood 

Education 462 

Aston. Tames Carroll 280 

Aston. Weldon Roy 135 

Aswad, Jamal 395. 460 

Atchison, Carol Bryan 98 

Atchison. Thomas Andrew . . . .80. 390 

Atherton. Henry Winfield 271 

Athletics 303-346 

Atkins. Bennie Ray 39 

Atkins. Betty Lou 143. 462 

Atkins. Howard Leslie 513 

Atkins. Ray Fulton 142, 204, 478 

Atkins. Thomas Harold 98 

Atkinson, Carol Elaine . . .80. 365. 452 

Atkinson. Herschell Lee 1 14. 326 

Atkinson, Sallye Lou 98. 241 

Atkinson. William Thomas . ..114. 244 

Attar. Ahmad M 34, 460 

Attar. Ethel D 460 

Attivyah. Kamil Nassim 460 

Atwill. Tames H 39. 273, 302 

Atwood. Frances Evelyn . .98. 203. 219 

Aubrev. Travis 395 

Aue. Bettv Ann 80. 163. 234. 

235. 366. 493 

Auld. George Ernest 485 

Auler. Mary Ann 233 

Ault. Stanley Arch 269 

Aurah. Abdul Latif 34 

Austin. .lanat 1 98. 226 

Austin. lane Sharon 234 

Austin. Jeff. Jr 269.506 

Austin. Tohn Adams 114 

Austin. Marv Bond 114. 133. 203. 

232. 365, 461 

Austin. Michael F.van 136 

Autrey. Ramon Thomas. Jr. . .148. 377 

Avant'. Svlvia 39 

Avery. Fred Harold 114 

Avila. Eustolio Rodriguez 114 

Awards 78. 201-204 

.Wong. Roosevelt Cecil . .141. 204, 398 

Axelrad. A. Diane 98.224 

Axelrad. Samuel Donald . .98. 247. 366 

Avers. Sarah Jane 39. 138 

Aylesworth. Ann C 212 

Aynesworth. Nancy Milling . .236. 237 

Ayoub. Farouk A 460 

Ayres. Dorothy 135. 220 

Ayres. Gilbert Haven 152 

Ayton. William Byron 114.272 

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Babb. Gary Alan 263 

Babcork. Gladys Winifred 473 



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Babcock, Jim Alan ..... 114, 396. 

Baccus, Carroll Lee .......... 39, 

Baccus. Fred W ......... 39,259, 

Bacholen. Andrew Williams ..469, 

Bachus, James Warren 

Back. Charles Aubrey 

Bacon, Km. ,1,1,. A ........... 146. 

Bacon. William Deakyne. Jr. . .80, 

Baer. Charles Edward 

Baethe. Louise F. J 

Bagby. William R.. Jr ........ 39, 

Baggal, Mamdouh Bakri .39. 399. 

Baggeit. Jessica .............. 39, 

Baggeit, Michael Edwin 

Bagwell. James Roy 

Bagwell. Marilyn 

Bagwell. Sue Vernelle 

Bahan, Julia Ann 

Bailey, Allan Abner ..... 262, 356, 

Bailey. Bishop Lyle. Jr ........ 30, 

Bailey, Mrs. Bishop 

Bailey. Charlene .............. 80. 

Bailey. Doyce Ransom ........ 34. 

Bailey, Doyle James .......... 34, 

Bailey, Duryl Middleton ...... 39, 

Bailey, Edgar Eugene. Jr 

Bailey, Elizabeth Carolyn ..... 34. 

Bailey. Clyndabeth ...'...114, 166, 
Bailey, James Mellon ........ 272. 

Bailey. Joseph Kenneth .135,149, 
Bailey, Linda Susan ..... 114, 230. 

Bailey, Lynne ............... 231. 

Bailey. Mary Linda .......... 1 14, 

Bailey, Melvin Lewis ......... 80. 

Bailey. Nancy ............... 1 14. 

Bailey. Oleta Josephine 

Bailey, Philip S 

Bailey. Thomas Walter . .114, 292, 

Bailey. William Joseph ...... 168. 

Bain. Betty Lynn 

Bain. Bruce Edwi