Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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' 1 f f I I is Fe L l fi -" I - 'f X4 -.R Q ,L ggi ' in If in .3 l X ,qv C I . , . 2 gif 'ff -if "K " GNN Xa ay' Xxx 4 'sm WN Q: ss. f A -s-...hus- INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY FEATURES ACTIVITIES CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS MILITARY SPORTS ADVERTISING XX 1 O ' no qv .4sAo' 1' v' "5" ' ' ' FROM THE REVEILLE STAFF . . . f o' 1' to' 1' JV?" 'Q ' This is the 1958 REVEII.LE . . . a story of the year in wo tures, and memories. Featured here are the places and people that 1 4' 41' 1' 4 S1 c9g4QOg9x0, O,x'5,T,. T T, T, make Arlington State College: The hectic first days of registration . . the mad rush for eight o'clock classes . . . the babble of voices and the hurried conversations in hallways . . . walking that spe- cial someone from class to class . . . the excitement of the Rebels' greatest Q 4 Q 1',s ,nQn J of 0' 4' season . . . trying to finish papers at the last possible minute . . . cramming for finals. These scenes and many more O Ca'3a4'o,s'x,g,g'x,.t, e-aft-aww' " ' make up the 1958 REVEILLE. Follow the REVEILLE' S typical college boy as he wanders through these pages. Reminisce with him as he recalls a mem- ory-filled year at Arlington State. If the personalities and ac- c 1' ' ,g,nQoQv5'3'Y'0' 'T 'n tivities featured in these pages help you remember your crowd- ed. fun-filled da ys as a Rebel, our purpose has been achieved. O O J O Q Q' 4g'g, ,'x, vt!-'VG' f' ' ' 3 O 8 1 2, -Q 8 ? 1 8 3 Q1 O 9 3 O K O 5 8 O O 3 E O i 9 gi O ? QS O 9 0 1 Q 1 5 O 9 1 O O X 2 ? .1 O ,Q K ,s 1 9 O O 3 X 5 3 3 3 H S 5 1 5 K K K- wxx,gO ,go O 1 1 1 K rds. pic- 5 9 I gi I K O 1 1 'dx ff "YL, b---1 1? Q f' . x If - X if? S-lf V .. 1, ., C.. -QP .aw NNN Nunn QS, ' n E 1 K 1 .N Q ' 4 1667 V f, X . . 0 5 . Y llll I 'I 4-mm-0--mba' jfif X F' A. M 4 .:""I""' -.JA . fo 'QS W 1 XX! i 3 ,sf- IQIMWKT QKKSQGKN Phlvhmsn 44 'lp -HV fn ay 8 BULK of" E 1 5' s i 1 'ffl , . X .v I is V ff, f fr ' , WLy 8165577 V 4, , mirauianvw iggm, if 'rg' ,i ,AY , -I mQ5'f N4xfif'Qgl,. 1 .,h. ,ii A kk .xii sw W J .' v,,u,-: agwffb ?, 'firms' 'V-w, .g, 1 lkw. 7 lmgigif Fi' f "wht, sf,-A' Q V f' 4 N.. 5' .. --2. .7,2.,'-Q . 1. .ig 5 V 5- A are-4'-.'j ' ' -5--... . 1- -1--Stu - - ' x ---.-.guru vez. f- ' ' it H DEDICATION For scholarly devotion to the fields of high- er education and vocational agriculture, and for outstanding service to hundreds of stu- dents now engaged in agricultural pursuits in Texas and the Southwest, and in recogni- tion of his service to Arlington State College, the 1958 REVEILLE is dedicated to Iesse L. Owens, Professor of Agriculture. DEDICATION For his outstanding tenure of service in higher education, his approach to the field of agriculture which has inspired two gener- ations of agriculture students, and in recog- nition of his service to Arlington State Col- lege, the 1958 REVEILLE is dedicated to Miles B. 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' V"-as ' w .y'gnw"mg.-Qvgt' "ea-.w,.-.-,. gtgamggyg. 3-3-agwggqe 4 wmv'-' , ,, , , f 029' 62 IQ Through these pages those of us who have been here will relive the experiences that have meant so much to us. The REV- EILLE staff is to be congratulated on the ex- cellent manner in which it has preserved and portrayed the achievements and activities of this school year. Through the pages of this annual, the largest in the history of our col- lege, will be found the record of our victories, our social life. our play life, and our serious pursuits. I wish to congratulate each one who had a part in its development. E. H. HEREFORD President P R E S I D E N T O F A 6 M All of us throughout the Texas A. and M. College System are genuinely proud of the record which is being made at Arlington State College. The tremendous growth which this school is enjoying is a testimonial to the service it is rendering to an important and grow- ing area of Texas. The fact that this growth is being "taken in stride," with no sacrifice of quality of instruction, is a genuine tribute to an administration, staff, and student body fy .. W, ,A f W President working together harmoniously for the future. A and M System I. R. WOOLF Dean of the College TOE BAILEY Business Manager -w,,.,,..-.w--0' H. F. GILLESPIE Dean of Men W .fa , Swv.: - J Q1 wig? VIRGINIA E. WELLS Dean of Women B. C. BARNES Registrar ,mqqp-wP"P"'. W ., . f-"WW t"' 'BN President Hereford at victory rally. Administrators meet. Enjoying the Ranger parade. After the Rose Bowl battle. I I :ii I"l AEE' ul'll. ii!!-ai! I'-l'!'g:! 51221511-a 53522152531 -1' . .- "el- .!E:5:1E:1:g5:5:' ,e:1ggEE:liiI:i: 'ilirlel "fi .ielialegiai-2' .-'ng--1,--" sigma? ll-l.l'gl11'Q -gigiqigigzl' .aslls-me-5 .:g::5:t3gr.' .aEiE2EEgE:5' Iukhiilau n"l.l'l'u1' ,sgimaeas -522225155 iiieliiie? -1:11269 q21'I" 1 .ll l"l:x.:':- :I-I-1515 .htisliie .snail-I l'l'E'il!- 51512551 lls'il 1 In I .- 1 I - u .--akin? 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Hughes Head of Department Weldon Brewster William R. Meacham Irvin H. Nelson William Pybum AGRICULTURE . x , ffs,fr?g2.yi7g - ,ws -- , y,fzp,z7E3r 1-fish 2 ff im 2, fz...,. -fr egfzfff. ' - f t J ' 3, A. ... , . , wr Head of Department 52? BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION I. D. Bryant Head of Department Bill Bishop I. D. Dunn Allan Hill Iarrett Hudnall, Ir. Dale McKissick I. M. Pearson Patsy Price Zelda Ramsey Lucille Taylor Billy Turner 1 f K . I in Elizabeth Winzer - y V ' if I . .,,, , , I esse Owens. CHEMISTRY Ralph I. Thompson Margaret C. Willoughby I. T. Murchison Head of Department H. G. -Burman Robert S. Francis R. I. Hach Emory C. Hancock Thomas Henning Barbara Howell Beverly Lamp M. B. Lebo Hugh D. McAfee H. D. Pope Carl W. Scharf EDUCATION AND PSYCHCLOGY if .K . if Allan I. Herndon Head of Department Frank Cheavens Kathryn Hopkins G. E. Smith Head oi Depariment Norman E. Back Iulian A. Bell Robert Blaylock Roy W. Burdett Lee R. Calcole Charles R. Clay Curtis E. Clegg. Ir. Charles H. Connally Charles M. Eller Clifton W. Crenshaw Charles W. Eller Maurice Ferrari Edmond Ford Iohn M. Goodwin Grover C. Grubb Rex E. Hall Dixon L. Hatcher Iohn Haynes ENGINEERING ENGINEERING Orville S. Wright Calvin L. Zabcik Grady Haywood Bill Hendricks Merrill W. Ioy Albert S. King Samuel T. Lanham Homer A. Lawrence, Ir S. D. McCormick Donavan R. Mitchell I. L. Oakes Isaac I. Russum Paschal L. Scottino George W. Shupee Frank M. Smith Bobby Teague Albert K. H. Tung Oscar R. Whiteside Duncan Robinson Head of Department Paul S. Blakney Ieanetta Boswell Ioyce Cochran Ben Cook Virginia Currey Mary F. Duke Emory D. Estes Neita Flenniken Gale T. Gifford A. V. Goyne Melba Hammack Alberta Harrington Nancy Henderson R. L. Littlefield Sara MacLaine Willie McGhee Mary Nell Odle Ouilda Piner Charlotte Schrader ENGLISH ' uw ENGLISH 4' , , 7 4 Thomas I. Way Anne Whaling Ioyce Shrake Thomas Sutherland Don Swadley Mary Trippett FINE ARTS C. M. O Neal Head of Department sl fl ' , -er""" if I s nm ff' . 7 5:5 ' ' in , get gig ttna - fl . , -L . gn y , I 4.2.1 . ,, V, SPEECH: R. L. Slaughter Margaret Cameron Ioe A. Parker Nita Scheble ART: Howard W. Ioyner Roberta Betts Rex Dyer Clover V. Shore MUSIC: Dan C. Burkholder Anita Carlton Col. E. D. Irons lack Mahan Lloyd C. Taliaierro FOREIGN LANGUAGES Iames L. Wyatt Head of Department Olin E. Newton Alan Q. Steinecke I. D. Boon Head of Department E Charles L. McNulty. Ir. G 0 Il 0 HOME ECONOMICS H..E,ezf:Si:I.z'::.z11: lohn Hudson College Librarian Opal Humphreys Lois Pool Henryette Robinson Mary Swisher Margaret Wood LIBRARY YIATHEMATICS Gay B. Turney Kirby D. Watkins H. A. D. Dunsworth Head of Department William E. Beeman E. P. Berryhill Donald Bostick I. R. Boyd Mervin R. Childers Robert E. Coke Albert E. Cupp Iohn A. Gardner Harold R. Green Bill F. Holt L. R. Holland C. M. Howard Thurman Iasper Liston D. Lands Lloyd L. Lassen William Lawley Charles Leininger William C. Long Wesley E. Mead William O. Miller Iames C. Nicholson H. Clay Searcy Iames L. Shawn William D. Tumer Col. Kirk P. Brock Head of Department Mai. Oliver A. Hord Capt. Willard Latham Capt. Lendon P. Pearson Mf Sgt. Virgil H. Farmer MfSgt. Spencer R. Lewis M! Sgt. Wallace Simonton MfSgt. William Stone MILITARY S. F. C. Earl Wharton PHYSICAL EDUCATICDN R. I. Marquis Head of Department Forrest Frantz Nolen G. Massey George L. Walder C. R. Gilstrap Head oi Department Burley L. Bearden Robert Lane ludson M. Ramsey Addie Z. Scruggs T. l. Tinker PHYSICS KJCIAL SCIENCES George Wolfskill N E. C. Barksdale Head of Department Robert W. Amsler Robert W. Boyle H. B. Dalrymple C. P. Denman B. M. Forbes S. B. Hamlett Homer L. Kerr Howard Lackman Norton McGiflin Iohn F. Murphy Iim B. Pearson lohn E. Perkins C. D. Richards Aurthur Tucker Blaine T. Williams AIIDIC-VISUAL AIDS LIBRARY Dexter L. Betts Director BIBLE CENTER DIRECTCJRS . , L .d,,..,. ,,,. , ,, , , L . 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',' ' -"',' '5, .i ' '!.:'w.'!. :.hfL:,.., -O.. I v I -.-9. v ,I 4 " " "7" 'elf' 'li 0, '.- ' 1 -' .. I, 'wwf' 1.41, 1. ,. . , v , , ' P r fi..--'tug xg, ,,- ,V . .l , 1 ' . I. .- ... I . l .7 . Ulu, ku. 41,5 L. .hu Y n ,I .V ' I r . v 1 .-' 14' W. I , !.,, ' ,.z'.""' fn-Q'.f"'j 1'1" ' ' " ' . ,ff ,' . ., ,y " ", ' , ' if-.Jlta a...O..o "t, , ' 9 -. But to the victor The excitement was too much R gtg 3 .gg qm- WW YR Hey tellahsl Get me out of this thing. That guy is about to clip me with the cymbals! KW Q51 What a cheap way to smoke! Who's the quarterback? ...E Q-ic! 2112 ks Bread use The first breat LOCAL At the hop Uncle Sam wants you! The Bugle Returns or Hi Yo Silver a M3 I ii Af fhe polls winter at ASC 'S M- ,fi r Q f. ef r Marie--vertex er if Eiga 15 A4 111 CGLCR The team on a truck California, the Land of Sunshine Girls dorm . . . wow!! ll. AVO LOJV TE SOCIAI E TH SANS CUC TEA S 505 'Z-GS GO Pleased pledges after the bids are out. W dex:- The punch line- Another Zongolcx is added to the ranks FRESHMAN DANCE ,lf Love those Freshman Mixers. lust happen to have a few recordings and . . . Hooiers Dancing in the dorm DANCE SNAPS Between classes Viva la Rock and Roll! Don't just sit there!! CORPS Rah - rah - sispeon - bah Deep in the Heart qi Ranger Pep! Wow! Wheel TRIP Rebel revelry I love a parade Oh what fun it is to ride ...AND WE WEN 4 ' as , U n 4 -W... M. Through the dust of the battle f,!"f'ffi.2..M k W 5, 'y'f,:m. ,-55:2 f.ffiv3zgf:?3w.ev?. t The Texans have arrived The Thinker The strategists depart The Happy Trombonist 0 CALIFORNIA All aboard! Deanna in Disneyland Amour and onlookers M 'Q 'Q rl 'E nnn , ' 1 ' . Gather round. men Big men in G big -'MH if "'.. 5. :.f:. A. gf", ' 1, , If Z X that troubleth his own house . . . shall HT EH QRE On February 24, 25, and 26, the Drama students presented Ierome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee's play, Inherit the Wind. . .YS . y.- 4351 .wg-'f X35 3 ' ig- czfi "' ja'E4 " Fifa, gQa?5 'sh "4 X ,E 5 , ,rn fn ., , ' gqwg, LLM xy-,,K,.. 1, Q ' , awz Mix 1 idx gg " 'M was . Wil' Zi 'af ggww ' 2, x Q H ZX, 2 1 K ' QQ mv 7 we 'KJ .0525 ifgfif 'I 1 wi 1 xl 1, H z QL" w X 5 . I A . 0 A Vi. 0 1 MT . is gg:-,g - . W ' K I' ' iff, ' ' m fjwjisfy f, wemggigr, 5, VN. few .1 ,-., ..,,. , M, wr X, X , . 3 1 5 -5. 'fn-fwfr. 5? nf5:34" gil' , ' ,1 ' 9'1" I' if A .s Y Shi W A, nj, .,ww-Nix 5, , V ., 1 -,, my his Manny 3? . CAMPUS PIX Sprechen Sie Deutsch? As the sun sinks slowly in the west See no evil, etc. Yeeeeaaaaaaaaaah! tt ENGINEERS AT AM 1 okc ,W r 1. Refreshments of all sorts. 4. And thennnn. 2. And the world MUST be round . . . 5. Beauty contest. 3. Engineers dance. 6. The Line REBELS VS ,L . S 1. Schnable prays 3. Aw gee, referee 2. The band plays 4. A cold and wet sideline THE PLC WB O YS 1 MAA? Q5 1 1. The victors enter 4. It has been said with flowers 2. A real happy quarterback 5. Baby 'it's cold outside! 3. Cheers from the Corps Rlchard Spell Ann Bybee Claudia Morgan Iohn Strqthdee Sch gal Ioctnncz Tcrulmcrn Ierry Spencer D1Ck Denson Kay Griffin F A V 0 R I T E S 4.-, ' Girls in California 'MN-M I , :f s r in .Q -.9 w Q ,W,, .K ,..- ,rm , -,rf W. X V., 2 .gif , , A ty , W GIRLS Girls in Sport Car -gp.. I Jaw! Pg' v 3 X ' . ails ,W vw Wi, Q A ,L Www'-f-1 ,fig Q ft Girls and Television Camera 'CI37 A Girl named Sonja THE 1958 CGRGNATION 'V -DWV ' 5i'fE.iLi'fZ.- nw . NQVTLM -fwlsfn King Ion and Queen Linda Ion Schncrble Linda Iohnson THE ROYAL COURT Princess Becky Shawn and escort Gary Hitt Princess Claudia Morgan and escort Gaylord Tate Princess Nancy Swanner and escort Wayland Smajstrala Princess Iudy Hcrinsey and escort Gene Allen Princess Ierry Faye Carter and escort Dick Denson Princess Ianet Iohnson and escort Ioe Lindsey ROYAL KHWAJ-54 q5:. CCURT Princess Ioanna Taulrnan and escort Robert Tar- bet 1957 Queen Barbara Barn- hill and escort Horace Dansby Princess Dianne Flynn and escort Drue Denton , CCDRONATION SNAPS The Annual Coronation highlights the social season at Arlington State College with its elegance and beauty. The crowning of Queen Linda by President Hereford was the high point of the evening. -...Ks-sn-u 'N--W., XY all . Q.,-"M -Ff- i'E:,,. N' -VN "-.N-M X Pd Cldsse 5 SONNY BLALACK President ION SCHNABLE Vice President BECKY SHAWN Treasurer SYLVIA GOLDEN Secretary SOPHOMORE OFFICERS DALE ADAIR Fort Worth GENE ADAIR Dallas DAVID V. ADKISSON Dallas EDDIE ALLEN Fort Worth IAMES ALLEN Fort Worth NEIL ALLEN Grand Prairie CAMERON ALREAD Fort Worth PEGGY STARLING AMES Dallas MARY ANN AMYX El Paso IAMES ANGEL Alvarado IACK L. ARMES Dallas ROGER ARMISTEAD Dallas HARVEY ARMSTRONG Dallas DAVID ARNETTE I-'ort Worth BOBBY L. ARNOLD Arlington CHARLES R. ARNOLD Arlington TROY ARTERBURY Texarkana PHYLLIS ASPLUND Fort Worth ROBERT N. ATHERTON Irving ROYCE AUSTIN Fort Worth EARL M. AYLES Dallas RICHARD BACCUS Haskell DERRELL BAGGETT Fort Worth IAMES M. BAILEY Grand Saline CHARLES P. BALEY Grand Prairie ERNEST BARBEE Rule THOMAS D. BARNES Fort Worth CLYDE BARGSLEY Grand Prairie DON BARNETT BARBARA BARNHILL ROBERT BARONICH I. P. BARRETT IACK BASDEN Dallas Arlington Dallas Arlington Dallas DARRELL GENE BASHAM Eastland CHARLES BOLAND Arlington MAX -BOLEN San Angelo ENOCH BOND Fort Worth LUTHER BONE Dallas TRAVIS BOOHER Euless EDWARD BOSHART Dallas Fort Worth DEANA BOWERS CHARLES W. BOYD Burlcburnett DONALD S. BOYD Waxahachie I AMES BASS Dallas BILL BEAN Mesquite IOHN -BEARD Fort Worth RAYMOND BEARD Dallas CAROL ANN BEDINGFIELD Garland GERALD BELL Fort Worth BOB BELL Fort Worth THOMAS H. BENNETT Arlington MELVIN -BERGSTRAM Grand Prairie VERNON BIELSS Mineral Wells IAMES BIGGERSTAI-'F Dallas NOREEN BINGER Chicago SONNY BLALACK Irving IAMES BLANKENSHIP Denison LEROY BLANTON Dallas NORMA BLEDSOE Fort Worth IAMES BLOCK Arlington IOHNNY R. BLOCKER Fort Worth IAMES BLOOMER Dallas ROBERT BLUM Fort Worth VIRGIL L. BOAZ Whitesboro ULRICH T. BOESSENROTH Arlington BENNETT I. BOGGESS Midlothian IOHN BOGGS Fort Worth IAMES T. BOHRER Grand Prairie D. S. -BOYD VVILLIAM BRACKETT Hillsboro IAMES BRANDENBURG Dallas CLAUDETTE BRANDON Grand Prairie OSCAR L. BRASHER Mesquite MARVIN BRESLAU Arlington ROSCOE BREWER Fort Worth LARRY BRITTON Dallas DON BROCK Fort Worth IAMES BROCK Fort Worth HORACE BROCKMAN Wills Point BEN BROOKS Arlington IAMES BROOKS Dallas BOBBY BROWN Fort Worth D. LAMAR BROWN Dallas IOHN H. BROWN Dallas WILLIAM RUSSELL BROWN IR. Dallas LINDA BROWNFIELD Dallas BOBBY BROWNING Athens BURNARD BROWNING Lohn H. A. BUCHANAN IR. Fort Worth BENNY E. BURDETTE Denton RONALD BURGERSON Fort Worth R. T. BURKETT Fort Worth LESTER BURNETT Dighton STANLEY R. BUSH Tyler BARBARA BUTLER Arlington IAMES A. BUTLER Dallas ANN BYBEE Bonham IAMES BYMAN Grand Prairie DAVID CAMPBELL Dallas FRANKLIN CAMPBELL Fort Worth ALBERT CARGILE Abilene LEE ROY CARPENTER Dallas MATTHEW CONNELLY Fort Worth KELTON CONNER Dallas NORMAN E. COOK. IR. Dallas IERRY COOPER Irving NOAH COPELAND Fort Worth ROGER CORBIN Saint Io BILL CORLEY Dallas ALAN CORNISH Fort Worth ROBERT COSBY Fort Worth PHILLIP A. CARR Arlington IOHN CARROLL Grand Prairie IERRY CARWILE Fort Worth CLAUDE CASTLEBERRY Grand Prairie ALBERTO CEBALLOS Bogota, Colombia, S. A. ANNIE RUTH CHAMBERS Fort Worth ROBERT B. CHAMPION Fort Worth CHARLES CHANDLER Cameron IAMES A. CHAPPELL Houston CHARLOTTE CHENEY Dallas PAUL CHERRYHOMES Iacksboro IAMES CHRISNER Mexia CHERYL CHRISTOPHER Arlington BILL CHUMBLEY Brady HORACE CLAIRE Dallas IACK CLAPP Byron. Georgia BILL CLARK Arlington ED COATES Dallas HAROLD COB-B Longview IAN COFFEE Arlington IAMES C. COLBURN Corsicana BOYD COLE Armour. S. Dakota MENDELL COLE Fort Worth WENDELL COI.E Fort Worth WESLEY COLEMAN Dallas IAMES COUGHLIN Dallas IAMES O. COUNTS Fort Smith. Ark. IOYCE COURTNEY Hurst TOMMY COWGILL Dallas ALBERT COWSER CLIFFORD MAC COX Mt. Vernon Farmington. New Mexico GERALD COX Waxahachie IULIANE CHAIN Venus SUE CROMER Euless DAVID CRUZ Rosebud FRANCISCO CUENCA Barranquilla. Colombia. S. A. IVIICHAEL CULLIFER -Brownsboro ALLEN CUNNINGHAM Chillicothe, Ohio SANDRA CUNNINGHAM Fort Worth DON DAHLBERG Arlington EDWARD D'ARCY Fort Worth DEANNA DANIELS Arlington BARBARA DARROCH Arlington BILL DAVIS Dallas BILLY DON DAVIS Waco IDA BELL DAVIS Irving IOHN DAVIS, IR. Henrietta IAMIE DAWSON Fort Worth REED DAWSON Fort Worth IOE DEAN Fort Worth IACK DELANGE Benbrook ANN DENMAN Fort Worth FLOSSY DENTAL Ipana, Indiana DRUE DENTON Fort Worth HARVEY DILLARD Cleburne CARL DILLON Dallas ANN DIMOCK Fort Worth GENE DIMOCK Fort Worth E. W. DODD Seymour , 1 FREDERICK ERICKSON Clebume ROBERTA KAYE EVANS Fort Worth GRADY L. FAIRBAIRN Marlin BYRON D. FARLEY Dallas CHARLES FIELDER Fort Worth KAY FILLMORE Arlington GLENN FISHER Fort Worth PRISCILLA FLECHTNER Arlington CHARLES FLETCHER Arlington BRANT DOELL Dallas TERRY DOPSON Bonham VERNA K. DORN-BLUTH TED DOWNING CHARLES DOYLE DONNA DREW ROGER DRISKILL BOBBY DUBBERLY LEROY DUBBERLY BUFORD DUKE, IR. DON DUNAWAY ERVIN G. DUNGAN IOHN DUNCAN Grand Prairie Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Prosper Fort Dallas Dallas Worth Ennis Dallas IOHN DANIEL DUNCAN Irving BOBBY DUNSON Fort Worth DAVID S. DURHAM Fort Worth TED DUVAL Dallas WILLIAM DYESS Dallas DAVID EARLL Grand Prairie MARY EGGER Grand Prairie IERRY ELLIS Dallas IANE ELLISON Aledo ALFRED H. ELMORE Dallas MARK S. ENDERS Dallas HAROLD ENGLISH Arlington DANIEL FLORES Fort Worth MARY DIANE FLYNN Grand Prairie HAROLD FOERSTER Dallas SAMUEL FOLEY Stuart, Virginia WILLIAM B. FOLSOM Fort Worth IOHN FORD Arlington THOMAS FORTIER Niles. Michigan CHARLES FOSTER Fort Worth GAYLE FOSTER Dallas BILL FREDDE Dallas DORIS FREDERICK Fort Worth MICHAEL FREMMING Arlington MARION FRIDGE Fort Worth GLEN D. FULKERSON Fort Worth EDDIE FURCHE Fort Worth IERRY GAGE Dallas , CHARLES GALLAGHER Fort Worth IOHN R. GANTT. IR. Dime Box DAVID GARDNER Fort Worth WILLIAM R. GARDNER Arlington DAN GARZA Hillsboro DON GASTON Lawton, Oklahoma EARL GATLIN Grandview ALLAN GAYNOR Dallas BOB GEARHEART Fort Worth Q WILLIAM GIBBONS Fort Worth RUFUS GILBERT Fort Worth HURLEY GILL Fort Worth IAMES L. GILLILAND, IR. Dallas LYNNE GILMER Dallas MALCOLM GISH Dallas ROY GLASS Dallas HOWARD GLENN Aurora, Indiana MAX GLENN Dallas SYLVIA GOLDEN PAUL GOLDMAN IULIAN GORMAN DONALD GOSSETT ART GRAVES BILLIE D. GRAVES EDGAR GRAVES CARL GRAVLEY BOBBY GRAY TOM GRAY I AMES GREEN I OHN GREENING Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Crowell FAUSTINA GREENLEE Fort Worth MAVIS GREGG KAY GRIFFIN Arlington Dallas ROBERT C. GRIFFIN Hampton, Va. RAYMOND GROSS PHILIP GRUNLAND IAMES GURNEY RICHARD GURNEY Arlington Marshall Irving Fort Worth IOHN R. HARDIN Seattle, Washington CECIL P. HARRIS Drexel. North Carolina FRED HARRIS RONALD HARRIS KENNY HART WILLIAM HART WILLIAM HARTIS ROGER HARTUNG IAMES HARVEY Arlington Dallas Arlington Arlington Glen Rose Fort Worth Fort Worth IOHN HAGAR Dallas IUDY HAINSEY Fort Worth IAMES A. HALL Dallas ROBERT HAMMONS Fort Worth IULIUS P. HARDIE Dallas HASKELL HARWELL Mineral Wells RICHARD HAYWOOD Dallas BETTYE HEARN Dallas CAROL HEARNE Ferris THOMAS HEARNE Henderson DONALD HEIDT Arlington RICHARD HELLICKSON Humboldt, Iowa DONALD HENDERSON Abilene RONALD HENDERSHOT Hurst IEAN HENDLEY Arlington SAMUEL HENENBERG Dallas EARL HEAVRIN. IR. Grand Prairie IAMES HICKMAN Dallas WILLIAM HICKMAN Fort Worth VICKI HIETT Arlington PATRICK HISSINBOTHAM Arlington BOBBY HIGGINS Grand Prairie NORMA HINES Grand Prairie SHIRLEY HINES Grand Prairie IEBRY HILL Weslaco GARY HITT Fort Worth MERLIN HOISETH Fort Worth RICHARD HOFFMAN Fort Worth DON HOLCOMB Dallas IEFFERSON C. HOLDER Amarillo i 'gg Q is ,EJ H , Q, Sq il K 51 ! gi N sr x ,gm J ,R M DAVID HOLLOMAN Dallas BILL HOLLOWAY Keller I. C. HOOD Granbury IOHN HOOVER Denison ROBERT HOPKINS Grand Prairie RICHARD HOSKINS Fort Worth ELDON HOWARD Arlington IAMES D. HRABAL Crowell BILL HUDGINS Fort Worth l h Q R his I PM? R fm DANIEL IONES Alvarado IOHN H. IONES Fort Worth LARRY IONES Grand Prairie THOMAS C. IONES Greenville CHARLES W. IORDAN Arlington IOHN IOSEPH Fort Worth ROGER KANNADY Whitesboro IOHN T. KEARLEY Dallas T. KEELA Homemash, Tenn. EDWIN P. HUFF Fort Worth WILLIAM HUFFMAN Dallas IERRY HUNT Arlington CLINTON HUNTER Arlington TOMMY HURLEY Dallas IOE HUTTO Grand Prairie IAMES HYDEN Arlington IAMES INGRAM Dallas EVELYN ISBELL Irving CAROL IACHALKE Arlington IACK IACKSON Dallas DON IACOBS Grandview PIERRE IANDA Wilber, Nebraska MILTON IARVIS Dallas ROBERT IEFFUS Dallas IAMES IENKINS Fort Worth LINDA IENNINGS Fort Worth ALLAN IESTER Arlington DOUGLAS IOHN Dallas ALTON IOHNSON Fort Worth DARRELL IOHNSON Dallas DUSKY IOHNSON Arlington MARTHA IOHNSON Grand Prairie SAM I OHNSON Denison SANDRA IOHNSON Fort Worth HERBERT L. KEE PATRICIA KIEHN Fort Worth Arlington BARBARA KILPATRICK Arlington ROBERT A. KILPATRICK Cleburne WANDA KINCHELOE Irving KIRBY KING Mesquite CHARLES E. KIRKPATRICK I-'ort Worth IACK KITZMILLER Irving CHRIS KLOBUKOWSKI Dallas IAMES H. KNAPP Arlington BUDD KNEISEL Dallas A. L. KOENNING Fort Worth STANLEY KRENEK, IR. Fort Worth D. H. KRODER Fort Worth DONALD KUTZ Dallas GENE ALLEN LAM Arlington MACK LAMBERT Dallas LESLIE LANE Dallas ROBERT P. LATHAM Fort Worth IERRY LAWHORN Mt. Vernon NELSON LAWRENCE Maypearl BRUCE LAWSON Arlington ROYCE LAWSON Arlington HARRIE LAWTON Dallas SANDRA LEAZAR Arlington 5.12 uw 5? 9' Q ,E -mf A . 'G it 'ily Fi '- DAVID LENTZ Dallas IAIVIES LESLEY Grand Prairie KENNETH LINDSAY Fort Worth IOE LINDSEY A.rli.ngton FRANK LITTLE Dallas GERALD LIVELY Arlington IANE LOCKE Dallas GLEN LOONEY ARDEN D. LOUGHMILLER Blue Ridge ,A,. 5- 1 ALTON MADDEN Dallas DAN MALONE Brownsboro FARRIS MALONE Windom CHARLES MANNING Fort Worth DON MANUEL Havre, Montana VERNON F. MARCHANT Dallas DEANNA MARSHALL Irving HENRY MARSHALL Arlington MIKE MARSHALL Fort Worth FRANKLIN LOVE Grand Prairie LEA RAE LOYD Fort Worth OWEN LUDLOW Washington Mills, N. Y. BARBARA LUMSDEN Arlington KATHRYN LUTONSKY Fort Worth CLARENCE LYDAY Garland WILLIAM T. LYNCH Fort Worth IOHN MCALPINE Milford DELOURIS MCCARRELL Arlington SAM MCCLURE Richardson GARY MCCOY Hillsboro MIKE MCCULLOUGH Fort Worth GERALD D. MCDANIEL Broseley, Mo. LEWIS MCDANIEL Amherst IAMES MCQUAID Hawkins BARBARA MCENTIRE Fort Worth RAY MCFARLAND Dallas ROGER MCKEMIE Dallas DAVID MCKINNEY Irving IOE MCLARRY Dallas GORDON MCLAUGHLIN Fort Worth THOMAS E. MCMAHON Arlington ROBERT MCNEELY Dallas GLENN E. MCNEILL Fort Worth HARRISON MCPHAIL Arlington FREDDIE M. MARTIN Dallas ROBIN MARTIN Arlington DAVID MASSEY Euless RUTH MEADOR Arlington ROBERT MECKLIN Dallas DON IVIIEARS Arlington CHARLIE IVIILLER Fort Worth IULIA MILLER Snyder ROBERT MILLER Fort Worth THEODORE IVIILLER Dallas MICHAEL MILLS Grand Prairie HARVEY MITCHELL Dallas IOHN MITCHELL Galveston LESLIE MITCHELL Fort Worth ANITA MOBLEY Grand Prairie I. C. MONTGOMERY Fort Worth CARLTON MOODY Monahans NANCY MOODY Arlington EVELYNE MOORE Dallas IOHN MOORE Dallas LARRY MOORE Fort Worth STEWART MOORE Dallas CLYDE MORBITZER Fort Worth IOHN MORGAN Garland DAN MORRIS Dallas l Y I X 1,4 I . wx: ,I - , - - r U 1 A - .. , 'ss 1- K w , J 'fiiiiili . ' A, ,- 4' -. Jr 1. ,. 1 . ,lf E2ffiQ2.'Q. 'fl .iq 5 . A ki' A3'1f'i? " iQ as ,J ' Qiiiifli' :fi 5 ' if " l . A Y , R . l l-:. in :IIT ' Y M X XKM Vkkr THOMAS MORRISSEY New York City LINDA MORROW Fort Worth WILBURN MORROW Dallas DAN MOSHER Dallas ROSE ANN MULCAHY Dallas IIMMY MULLEN Irving -BRUCE MURRAY Amelia. Ohio PAULINE MURRAY Arlington RONALD MURRAY Fort Worth 9 it Q X 44 gm x Q x 8 S ,H , ft, 5 kk Er I HENRY PARKER -s U' I H. Marshall BERKLEY PARTEN Waxahachie KEITH PATTERSON PAT PATTERSON BILL PATTON PEGGIE PAYNE IERRY PAXTON BEN PERKINS IAMES PETTY Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Euless Dallas Fort Worth ROBERT MUSGROVE Fort Worth SANDRA MYERS Loclmey CLIFFORD NEARPOSS WALTER A. NEAVES Dallas LESLIE L. NEW Fort Worth DON NEWCOMB Arlington BILLY NEWMAN Fort Worth CLYDE NEWTON Dallas ERNEST NEWTON Grand Prairie NORMAN NICHOLS Corsicana NICK NICKERSON Fort Worth EDDIE NILAND Dallas HERMAN NISWONGER Dallas EDWIN A. NOACK San Antonio IO ANN NUNN Lawton GLENN O'NEAL Grapevine REBECCA ODOM Oscar, Oklahoma GERALD OGLE Fort Worth GEORGE OLIVER Fort Worth IESSE OLIVER Dallas LAWRENCE OLSON Oklahoma City DICK ORAM Bell Flower, Calif. WILLIAM OTTE La Marque IOE OVERTON Dallas CAROL PARKER Fort Worth ALLEN PHILLIPS Mansfield BOBBY PICKARD Meridian, Miss. RODNEY PIRKLE Dallas IERRY PITMAN Dallas KATHRYN PLUNK Mineola FRANK D. PLYLER NORMAN PONDER Sherman MARVIN PORTER Grand Prairie RONALD POST Fort Worth DIANE POTTER Dallas GARY POWERS Fort Worth IO ANN PRATER Arlington CHARLES PRESSMAN Grand Saline BOBBY PRICE Grand Prairie ROBERT PRINDLE Fort Worth IERRY PROCK Irving KAREN LYNN PROFI-'ER Arlington M. N. PUGSLEY Fort Worth CARLOS QUIIAS Fort Worth MARION QUINN ' Irving IAMES K. RAMSEY Dallas SID RAMSEY Grand Prairie PAUL RANDOLPH Dallas CECIL RAY Arlington IANELLE RAYBURN Venus .- . -n, . 2? in fi W X' ,. 'S . W KK , . . . X ,, if is 3 .255 af' itltia 1' 'W H K R ff' I ek "'. 1 rt C215 rr. 7 li ke . "'f.."" A -f' 'fr I ggi 1 . ai, , . Q 4- .Q 1 y, Vr h ,, . V If 'ill' gif .fag fi-ri! sf f -, ,i 1 Xffffn, ,. , V. l 14,21 - , 42325 l , ,K Q lr in H 'X , WAYNE C. REED 41 'id' 2 1. f . 4 sw? l 1.25.45 Dallas DONALD REED Grand Prairie WAVA LEE REISOR Fort Worth FORREST REYNOLDS Fort Worth PENNY RHETT HUGH RHODES LINNIE RICE DONALD RICHARD IERALD RICHARDS Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Groves Dallas ,vis wwf X 1 4 h ' 11 1. ,B Wi ED SCHIMMEL Dallas ION SCHNABLE Mexia FRANK SCHNELL Fort Worth DIETRICH SCHOENNAGEL Arlington W. D. SCOGGINS Dallas EDWARD SEALE Dallas THOMAS SEAY Dallas MAURY TED SEBASTIAN Dallas IOE L. SELLERS. IR. Grand Saline pin nn CHARLES RICHARDSON Dallas ROBERT RIDDLE GERALD RIDGWAY LARRY RING IAMES ROBERTS IANE ROBERTS IIMMIE ROBERTS PATRICIA ROBERTS GERALD ROSE IOHN ROUTH IUSTIN ROWLAND MAURICE ROYAR DAVID RUBARTH BILL RUSSELL WALTER F. SACK ROBERT SADLER Fort Worth Irving Dallas Irving Fort Worth Fort Worth Atlanta Hillsboro Garland Hamlin Fort Worth Fort Worth Weslaco Dallas Midland RONALD SAILORS Muskogee, Okla. BOBBY ST. I OHN Dallas RAMONA SAMPSON Arlington QUICK SAND Saudi Arabia NANCY SANDERSON Arlington WAYNE SANDERSON RICHARD SAUNDERS Frost RICHARD SCALF McKinney WILFRED SCHAEPER Waco ELIZABETH SESSIONS Arlington MORRIS SHAW Fort Worth LESLIE SHAW Dallas REBECCA SHAWN Arlington COURTNEY SHELLY Fort Worth CHARLES SHEPPARD Dallas ANTHONY SHIELDS Arlington ION SHOCK Sherman FLORENCE SHORT Mansfield VERNON SHOWERS Dallas ALVIN SIMECK Temple CARROLL SIMMONS Fort Worth IOE SIMPSON Arlington ANITA SIMS Fort Worth WAYLAND SMAISTRLA Waco DON C. SMITH Dallas IACK A. SMITH Irving IACK P. SMITH Grand Prairie IAMES DOYCE SMITH Duncanville MOLLY SMITH Fort Worth ROBERT E. SMITH Dallas WARDELL SMITH Dallas WILLIAM SIVIITH Arlington IANICE SNEED Dallas HM SNODGRASS Fort Worth ,W G gifs' ' tts. 'J ' , s.. 1 I, ja ,ggi fg 4. 'ml nstr 'S fit. - I fr A -,,- -1 V, , ,-M, . . -Ywklair I' f'RLfz'.- Q uf- X, I f W W H ll. Ii A Wav I nn t rw I -rt 'H it ,sw , - 1 , .,f""'?w M, 3 , . 'Cat S, fs- t ww , W Icxigjza ,LV 5 A W WV if I serll , fun STZFSU' 2 ' wil RUSSELL SOMMERS Fort Worth IOHN SOWERS Arlington IANICE SPECK Grand Prairie IERRY SPENCER IIMMY SPENCER IVAN SPIKER Shallmar. IUDY SPIVA Mexia Gilmer Maryland Arlington WILLIAM SPRING BILL M. SPRINKLE Fort Worth Dallas K " M.. l w ,R S O P H O M O R 2' Q 5 ROBERT TARBET. IR. Dallas GAYLORD TATE HENRY TAYLOR RICHARD TEAGUE GEORGE TESAR KENNETH THACH IOHN THOMAS SONNY THOMAS DAVID THOMASON Muleshoe Arlington Iacksboro Fort Worth Fort Worth Texarkana Dallas ANGELO STACK Dallas RICHARD STALLCUP Nocona CLIFFORD STANLEY Grand Prairie IACK STEADHAM Fort Worth DONALD STEARNS Dallas IAMES A. STENGER Arlington THOMAS R. STEPHENS Garland ROBERT STEPHENSON Fort Worth KENNETH STEPP Fort Worth DON STEVENSON Dallas GENE STEVENSON Mansfield GERALD STEWART Dallas IIMMY STEWART Arlington RAY STILWELL Andrews ROSCOE STOKER Fort Worth FLOYD STONE Wichita Falls ROBERT A. STRAND Dallas IOHN STRATHDEE Waco MORT STRAUBMUELI.ER Fort Worth BILL STROUD BOB STUDE Fort Worth KENNETH SUMMERS Fort Worth MICHAEL O. SWEENY Manila, Philippines ROBERT TAPIA PHILIP TAPLEY Dallas Irving 'DAVID THOMPSON Arlington DONALD THOMPSON Arlington IAMES THOMPSON Dallas ROBERT THRASHER Fort Worth BOBBY TIBBETS Arlington FREDDY TISCHLER Pilot Point EDWARD TOURAINE Fort Worth WARD L. TROTTER Grand Prairie DONALD TROUP Fort Worth WAYNE TRUITT Arlington IULIENE TRUSSELL Dallas FRED TUCKER Arlington TOMMY TUCKER Waco IUAN TUDELA Lima, Peru DON TURNER Amarillo FLOYD TURNER, IR. Fort Worth LA RUE TURNER Spur NEIL TURNS Dallas CHARLES TYSON Dallas MICHAEL UMPHRESS Dallas ROBERT VALLEIO Dallas IACK VANDEVER Dallas KAROL VARDELL Walters, Okla. ROY L. VAUGHAN. IR. Arlington DAN VETEIKIS Arlington EX P it . 'S 2 till X M S' 5 I l Q , ' e ll X X GAYLE VOLLMER San Antonio IACK WAGES Arlington BETTY WALDROP Arlington THOMAS W. WAGNER Everman P. D. WALLACE Clifton HM WALKER Dallas EDWARD WALTERS THOMAS WALTERS IOEL WARD Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth d,. . rv QS ,fl wg, Ii fl NS ge 'R A X Y 1 f 1 ff S O P jx' fx I MW? 5-an ,,'X W4 A I I I aff rigs, . R A F 'Wt in g f A iswuf SA I . I Tis ,A V , .523 ,. I - , I 'Q' x lf,zt:?5ZfeaQ f' ffl A - dv -' I 2, CHARLES WILSON Fort Worth CHARLES H. WILSON Dallas LARRY WILSON Elberton, Georgia H O M O R ROBERT WILSON BETTY WILTROW PEGGY WIM-BISH E MARY WINKWORTH S ALLAN WISENBAKER IERRY w1s1.EY Dallas Arlington Milford Dallas Dallas Dallas , A A Y i REX WARREN Arlington WILLIAM WATKINS Grand Prairie BILLY WATSON Hillsboro CLAUDE WATSON Dallas BILLY WEATHERFORD Waxahachie RAYMOND WEAVER Navasota CHARLES WEBB NEAL WEBSTER BEVERLY WEEMS LANNY WEST HAROLD WHEELER IANET WHISENAND BOBBY WHISENANT CHARLOTTE WHITE HARRY WHITE IIMMY WHITE IESSIE WHITE FRANK WHITMIRE NORMAN WHITSITT DON A. WHITTER CARL WILLIAMS ROY WILLIAMS IIMMY WILLIS LEONARD WILLS BOBBY WILSON . ' ss n Mesquite Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Santo Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Iacksboro Dallas Fort Worth Bowie Fort Worth Hurst Fort Worth RAYMON WOOD Ennis IIMMY WOODALL Fort Worth RONNIE WOOTEN Fort Worth KERMIT WORKMAN Arlington BUDDY WRIGHT Texarkana CHARLES WRIGHT Cisco KENNETH WRIGHT Simms RAY WRIGHT Arlington MARILYN YATES Arlington GEORGE YEARY Arlington PERSHING YIUM Dallas LONNIE YORK Grand Prairie DAVID ZERCHER Dallas PAUL T. ZOELLER Fort Worth IRENE MCKINLEY Fort Worth A real man's cigarette. Itchy scalp? Who said charge? What was that name again, please? :Q - sg, . ,5V1My.5 M fm.. Whole lot oi shakin' goin' on. SNAP 'Nl MNXNQ Social science silliness. Q I I Septette of Soucis. Andso... Smoochin' through the sage- brush or . . . Love on the prairie. ! Diggin' all the din. , h SHGTS - rv' Tesfingf 1' 2' 3- Exposed!!! -3 .1-f"" RICK PASQUALINO Vice President TRACY HIGHTOWER President IERRY FRY CARTER Secretary GAIL MARTIN Treasurer FRESHMEN CFFICERS DUANE ADAMS Fort Worth IAMES EDDY ADAMS Cleburne IACK ADKINS Arlington IAMES R. ADY Burkbumett CHARLES AKERS Dallas GERALD M. ALEXANDER Arlington IAMES R. ALEXANDER. IR. Fort Worth WILLARD ALEXANDER Fort Worth ANELLA ALLEN Grand Prairie EVAN G. ALLEN Abilene GENE ALLEN Fort Worth ROY L. ALLISON Dallas MARCUS ALTMAN Dallas CYNTHIA AMARO Fort Worth BETTY ANDERSON Saginaw FREDRICK ANDERSON Fort Worth BOBBIE ARLINGTON Arlington IOE L. ARMSTRONG Fort Worth AYMON ROY ARMSTRONG Fort Worth BILLY I OE ARMSTRONG Grand Prairie ROBERT E. ARMSTRONG Fort Worth BILLY ARNOLD Oak Grove ED ARNOLD Arlington IAMES A. ARTHUR Arlington PAULA ARTHUR Arlington F. 9- q B , , w., .Q if-ip' J Y if rtifffizdmi fi . as fi . ffffv? 1 sf s .L 'f al 1, fdtld S' ,n tr. 43 P1 I :im 'Kr . ww 449' g gn 1 ,. A ti x W B 31, at , S i i W., t x l 33 ll 6' . , ,, , . 1 til "" at- A 5... N . "" 55 IQQ W f X teorttteo lrlt 'L' I , . V. . . x . 4. , " g li I ,,. S' xy ' Pffvggl . " rf . we- 4 ' e-:M ,, W, IAMES L. ARRANT Fairy MARY ASHCRAFT Arlington RANDALL ASHLOCK Azle ROBERT G. AUSTON IOHNNY AVERY Grand Prairie Irving WILLIAM I. AVERY Dallas LARRY BACKER Fort Worth ELIZABETH BAILEY Arlington GEORGE BAKER Bowie ADI i an A xx, Q' W lln t , ,.dl. . B .,..... ,f ,, Q H of .fx-wa gl Q you 5 Ay, AEE. ,. er.: 1 ig .L 5 J I N 91, .. 2 v 0' 5 1' A te- 'E 'f I L . ' fi.117ia-If-"xl .1 Y IOAN BAKER Fort Worth PAUL BAKER Garland RUSSELL MONTEZ BAKER, IR. Dallas DAVID R. BAILEY Dallas MARVIN E. BAILEY Cody. Wyoming CYNTHIA BAIRD Grand Prairie BETTY BEARD IOHN -BEARD LEWIS BEARD CHARLES BEARDEN LINDA BEARDEN ROBERT BEAUCHAMP CLIFTON BECK ROBERT BECKER DONALD -BECKNER Mansfield Grapevine Irving Dallas Dallas Boyd Azle Dallas Benbrook IAMES BALL Dallas THEODORE ROSS BALLINGER Denton LARRY BANKS Grapevine GARY BARCLAY Fort Worth BILL BARKER Dallas MAXINE BARNES Arlington RO-BERT BARR Fort Worth BILLY YW. BARRIER Hurst ELLIS BARRIER Redwater ANTHONY BARRON, IR. Waco BETTY BARROW Electra WYLIE BASHAM Irving IODY BARTOSCH Waco ROBERT BATES Dallas GENE BAXTER Grand Prairie ELAINE M. BAYER Philadelphia. Pa. ROBERT BAYER Fort Worth THOMAS L. BAYNE, IR. Arlington RAYMOND BEALL Fort Worth IACK C. BEESON Crockett IOHN BEESON Dallas DANIEL BELZUNG San Antonio CHARLES BERG Dallas SUSIE BERGER Dallas WADE BERRYMAN Dallas PAUL BIBLE Clifton, S. Carolina LESTER M. BICKERSTAFF Corsicana IAMES KNOX BICKLEY Dallas RICHARD BIGGAR Dallas I. CHARLES BINNICKER Arlington HAROLD L. BIRCH Dallas CECIL BLACK Garland TRAVIS DON BLAND Sulphur Springs KATHERINE BLANKENSHIP Fort Worth TONY BLAUVELT San Saba GENETTE -BLACK Arlington BRAD BLANTON Arlington WAYNE BLEVINS Fort Worth EDWARD A. BLOCK, IR. Dallas GENE BLOOMFIELD Fort Worth CHARLA BLOUNT Arlington NEEL BOBBITT Fort Worth NICOLA BODENHEIMER Fort Worth HELEN BOELTER Dallas .4 t , v isxfit i All IOHN P. BOGARD Los Angeles Calif. Fort Worth Dallas CARL BOGART IANE BOHANAN MARY FRANCES BOLER Fort Worth BOBBY IOE BOLIN Bonham AL BOND Dallas DAVID BOONE Dallas FLOYD M. BOOTH Arlington MCDANIEL IONA BOSSIER Irving ,V MU ,vii VM :.f:,. -- 6 1 11- Q... -. -f 1' 'N . K A QQ, f Q ww' WN ' I as 4 Ak' :V I qf I ,hx H , xx'-'QQ-A f 917453. :fra ? i t -1 T. e IIM ABRITTON Fort Worth DAVID BROCK BARBARA BROOKS CHRISTINE BROOKS RUTH BROTHERS B. L. BROWN CHERYLL BROWN DANNY BROWN DON BROWN Abilene I-'ort Worth Dallas Hurst Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas GERALDINE BOUNDS Newark IAMES BOWEN Waco MITCHELL LEE BOWLES Fort Worth SHERYL -BOWLING Dallas THOMAS M. BOX La Marque DOYLE BOYD Forestburg DERWARD ROBERT BOYD Dallas WALTER BOYD Waxahachie RONALD BOZEMAN Garland ROBERT I. BRACKEN Dallas BAR-BARA BRADEN Fort Worth AUBREY M. BRADFORDJR. Waco CHARLES BRADLEY Arlington IOHN H. BRADLEY Dallas KENNETH BRADLEY Marshalltown, Iowa IAMES E. BRADY Dallas BOYD RAY BRANCH Fort Worth MARTHA BRANDON Fort Worth OTTO L. BRAUER Fort Worth ALBERT BREWER Waxahachie GLENDA BRICE Dallas CAROL ANN BRIESENICK Chicago, Ill. WILLIAM R. BRIGGS Fort Worth BILLY BRITT Fort Worth IOE BRITT Keller ELLA SUE BROWN Fort Worth IACK BROWN Oakvale, W. Va. PHILIP R. BROWN Abilene ROBERT E. BROWN Atlanta ROBERT L. BROWN Arlington TOMMY BROWN Marshall EDWARD ABROWNING Fort Worth WOODROW BROWNING Gorman EARL G. BRYANT Garland EMMA BRYANT Arlington IAMES BRYANT Grapevine WAYNE BRYANT Dallas GEANA BUFKIN Arlington LEWIS N. BULIN Texarkana RICHARD BUNCH Waxahachie MARGARET BURGESS Dallas NED -BURLESON Waco ANN BURLESON Dallas CHRISTENE BURNS Maysville IOHNNY BURNS Sulphur Springs SUE BURNS Arlington MARGARET BURROW Fort Worth DOROTHY BURSEY Fort Worth PAUL BUTLER Alba RONALD BUTLER Dallas I . lp 1 in la'E 'B l . M QQ ' 7 A351 . I 'T f lgttis f? xierfxn x as it fa l I . - . K 5, Qfktii, .. . -,H555ig.42, r Q53 X. . .rf lam gl. V, pw, I f... I HARRY CABLUCK Fort Worth CHARLES CADENHEAD Hutchins ARCHIE W. CAIN Fort Worth PATSY CALCOTE Arlington IIMMIE CALDWELL Mangun. Okla. JAMES CALLAWAY Sl. Ioseph. MO. DAIL R. CALLICOTT Texarkana GLENN W. CAMPBELL Garland IERRY CAMPBELL Irving '54 X kk F -M " fue. . ffl E N CAROL CANADA BOBBY CARAWAY LARRY CARDER PHILLIP CARDON LINDA CARLSON KENNETH CARNES ROBERT CARRIGAN RONNIE CARROLL SHARON CARROLL SHEILA CARROLL BARBARA CARTER Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Durango Oak Park Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Arlington DAVID R. CARTER Grand Prairie DONALD I. CARTER Dallas IAMES CARTER Arlington IERRY I-'AY CARTER Arlington RICHARD CARTER Irving TRAVIS CARTER Fort Worth IOANN CARDWELL Saginaw LEON CARSON Fort Worth TERRY CASEY Grapevine CHARLES M. CASHION Dallas DELBERT CASON Fort Worth YALE CASON Fort Worth IAMES CASSELS Grand Prairie KAY CASTER Dallas PAUL CASTNER Greenville Q WAYNE CATINA Dallas DONALD H. CECIL Fort Worth Y ' DON CHAMBERLAIN Dallas IOHN CHANCE V Sweetwater ROY CHANCE Azle BILLY C. CHANDLER Crawford IOAN CHANDLER Dallas MARVIN CHAPMAN Cedar Hill it f- 15+ . 4. MURRELL CHAPMAN Cedar Hill DOUGLAS CHARTIER Grapevine CONNIE CHEEK Arlington WILMA CHESHIER DeSoto CHARLES CHIGAS Peabody WILLIAM L. CHILDERS Waco IOY CHILDRES Fort Worth ROGERS D. CHRISTAL Dallas MARTIN CHRISTENSEN Grand Prairie BOBBY CHRISTIAN Waco CHARLES T. CHUMNEY Fort Worth SIMON CHISNEROS Dallas BENNY CLARK Dallas BENNIE R. CLARK Dallas HARLEY LEWIS CLARK Dallas BILLY G. CLAY Dallas I. L. CLEMENT Whitesboro ARTHUR G. CLEVELAND Fort Worth IOHN CLEVELAND Fort Worth WILLIAM E. CLOUD Fort Worth GAIL CLOWDUS Fort Worth BILL COBB Sherman IAMES H. COFFEE. IR. Dallas DAVID COFFEY Fort Worth GEORGE COGSWELL Dallas W il 6 ' , M ga H -N , W, . 'f ta -B f mf . I . I 5 I f I wx ff- 2,1 xl: ,fglpv-A V? , gtg X , M , if J' if M .FN . fb' 3.5. f' A :iff D 'QE'-'av L X v J' l. if mn I sa? ur' f Q .rg 9 if Af, X . 3 5 IIMMY COKER Fort Worth NEAL COKER Dallas BRUCE COLLIER Dallas DANNY E. COLLINS Irving ROY COLEMAN Fort Worth KENNETH COLTON Waco IERRY COMEGYS Dallas BRENDA COMMANDER Dallas IAMES F. COMSTOCK Philadelphia QW' BOBBY CONLEY Dallas TERRY E. CONNER Coleman IOE CONNER Irving KENNETH CONNER Cleburne WALTER CONNER Irving WARREN W. CONNER Dallas GEORGE COOK Fort Worth ROBERT L. COOK Seagoville SARAH COOK Arlington IAMES COOPER Dallas VIRGINIA ANN COOPER Arlington ROBERT COPELAND Dallas LINDA COPLIN Fort Worth CHARLES CORRY Fort Worth BILL COTTON Fort Worth CHARLES COUCH Comanche IIMMIE DEE COX Dallas ROY COX Fort Worth CHARLES W. CRAIN Sweetwater BEN CRAWFORD Rockwall I ng' 4 . f ' 11 1 ', 4--1 1 'ff-'is ":'7.,--V' .' ' '3 1 :fig . T - GENE CROSSAN Fort Worth GENEVA CROW Fort Worth CLYDE CRUM Dqllqs GERALD COUNTRYMAN Kaufman ORVILLE CURRY Euless CHARLES CULP Dallas LOYD R. CULWELL Fort W0rth DOUGLAS CUNNINGHAM Waco MYRA CURRY Euless BILLY I. CRAWFORD Fort Worth WILLIAM E. CRAWFORD Dallas GWEN CRAWLEY Henderson PAULA CREED Fort Worth LINDA CROFT Fort Worth fi ,Q is -' "UK I If H I a it Gaze I M' .Jed srl LOWELL CURTIS Earl warlh ' LELAND CUTSHALL Azle ,I ,, DALE A. DIXON Dallas I- LUCRETIA DALE Dallas , K., WESLEY C. DALESIO Fort Worth "' ' I I ' I CARL C. DALTON Knoxville THOMAS DANIEL Dallas IAMES DANNER Keller ROBERT DANSBY Dallas ROBERT DARRAH Dallas EDWARD DARSEY Cfeslsen I MAX DAUGHTRY Lindale , lgm A. D. DAVIS IR. Keller I BOBBY DAVIS Ferl Worth L a I ""' BOB DAVIS Fan Warm q:EQ,4 ' 'I I DANIEL L. DAVIS Dauas D'ANNE DAVIS I-'Ort Worth srl DEWEY DAVIS Pittsburg I I DONALD DAVIS Hico MAC O. DAVIS Lancaster I ,I LOUIS M. DAVISON Dallas ' f f I I 'S I DOYLE DAVIS Fort Worth ss , fg g . S GEORGE DAVIS Hefelefa 3 "Lf 4' IAMES DAVIS Slidell , IIM DAVIS Murfreesboro ,f 50" h fi III ' I 'I I I 462' .. 2. Y 4' 'if IOEL DAVIS Dallas 'Q IAY DAVIS Fort Worth My I I KEITH DAVIS Ferl warm '-5' I A A ....: ...-A... fi. 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DUKE Grapevine DON DONCAN Fort Worth CLAUDE DURHAM DONALD DUFF CHARLES DYESS Grand Prairie Fort Worth Fort Worth 1, Q 'ls if . W- EA: WILLIE DYESS Ennis IERYL EADS Dallas DENNIS B. EASLEY Arlington CARLA EASTERWOOD Fort Worth ROBERT EASTWOOD Fort Worth IACK EDWARDS Fort Worth DON EILAND Fort Worth BURNETT LEE EISON Gorman KENNETH ENGLAND Dallas DONALD L. ERNST Hutchins CURTIS ELKINS Dallas BILLY ELLIS Fort Worth CHARLES ELLIS Mt. Pleasant BARBARA ELLIOTT Arlington HAROLD C. ELLIOTT DeKalb HARRELL ELLIS Fort Worth BILL EMERSON Dallas PAT EMERSON Fort Worth IAMES LYNN ENGLE Mobile ROSA LEE ENGLISH Arlington ROBERT E. ESHLEMAN WILLIAM ESHLEMAN Dallas Dallas EMMETT E. ESTERS Fort Worth Itasca IOHNNY ETHERIDGE IOHN EVERIST McKinney -fffi, ,z y stil- -U Er , 5,5215 K ,.,. .. 4 ROGERS EVANS Dallas CHARLES F. FOGG Dallas IOHN FAIRCHILD Arlington RAYMOND FARAIZL Fort Worth BARBARA FARINA Grand Prairie DENNIS LEE FARMER Garland IAMES FARMER Fort Worth ROY FARRIS Fort Worth CHARLES FAUGHT Midwest City ' Mm 'wi ,x -Q v.:, , '3' H ia, '- " qi ii i -R i f mi I1 1 'I y ax. I -4' 'Via fzffl , I E. 4 4 B Q I 5' ...J 'R+ A i ' 1 ii 'L Ii. 1 W X I I V " if-'zlfll fi" If 1 I Eaf-W. ' X K'A f I I av I 'ES' in Q. , ffv , mg, BILLY FAULKNER Dallas BILLIE LEE FAULKNER Dallas GARY FEEMSTER Fort Worth DAVID FELDPAUSCH Irving SONIA FELTS Fort Worth LINDA FERRARI Los Angeles CHARLES E. FEUERBACHER Dallas IOHN F. FIELDS IR. Dallas CHARLES FINNEY Irving GERALD FINNEY Irving IIIVIMY FISHER Fort Worth KELVIN FISHER Iustin RONALD FISHER Fort Worth WILLIAM FISK Dallas IAMES E. FISCHER Rockwall EDWARD FLAHERTY Dallas LARRY FLETCHER Fort Worth IOHN R. FLECHTNER Fort Worth PATRICIA FLENNIKEN Arlington GEORGE B. 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GANDEE Mineral Wells IESSE GARCIA Arlington IULIAN GARCIA Galveston CHARLES GARDNER Iacksboro IACK GARNER MILTON GARDNER Dallas ROBERT GARDNER Dallas ROY L. GARRETT Merkel IOE GARVIN Cleburne BOBBY GASTON Dallas .MMF 5 55331. W I A my 1: ., , .f li.. xt ss f mt . .. .E 63. E I mi., A ,1 'RR 7 .sf -'f-1 494 A , 1'-' iwLi4gj I ti' . --. fl tt, is 2 rx tw fr l 1- f ig. ' 1, X. 'z .. ., ff.-.-,iisf CHARLES GATES Cedar Hill IAMES GATLIN Grand Prairie LOWELL GATLOR Madill FLOYD S. GEE Fort Worth IAMES GEE Dallas EDWARD GEISEL Dallas ROSS GENNINGS Irving B. K. GEURIN Fort Worth SHARON GIBBS Arlington - If fl. . A v f 'f - 4: J 9 W . if .V , . 'Z rv it ll I Qt .. I '-2" sgfa I""' 'Z . u 1,7--. 'bi W ,. ' .,, ' 25, ' 4 ? Q-fi. ": --f ,M ., . .V df' V lil-v 54 3 K K ' .fs ,Q J'5fIv,.-X553 2 W A me A in R '4'f"W' gZ.:wQ't3"L J If Ii . ' . Q , E Y I ' zgz' I ,m1A,, 'F' ff-M . . R ' Q rl V, , ,E-- Q .,,. ,'.., ., ' sgtni M I DAVID GRAY Irving IANE GRAY Fort Worth CLEO L. GREEN DCIIICIS IESSIE P. GREEN Dallas MILTON GREEN Fort Worth IAMES GREENLEE Breckenridge R E S H M WILLIAM GREGORY Dallas HENRY L. GRIFFIN Liberty CARROLL GRIFFITH Arlington E N .. , IANICE GIBSON Dallas SAM GIBSON Cresson SHIRLEY GILL Grand Prairie LEE EDWARD GLAZENER Belton NEIL GODBOLD Fort Worth DAVID F. GODWIN Dallas PAMELA E. GOOCH Dallas MILTON GOOD Lubbock ARNOLD E. GOODGAME Athens ROBERT GOODRICH Dallas GAYE GOOLSBY Fort Worth WILLARD I. GOOLSBY Cason DAN GOSS Fort Worth PAUL G. GOLDMAN Duncanville DON GORDON Dallas IAMES GORMAN Dallas IANICE GORMAN Dallas STANLEY GORMAN Corsicana EUDELL GOTCHER Arlington BOBBY GOYNE Fort Worth FABER GRABLE Smithfield BRADY A. GRAHAM Beckley, West Virginia IAMES GRAHAM Dallas MALCOLM GRANT Grand Prairie LEWIS GRAVES Fort Worth 1 A 6 egg i .k 5 A . , . 4 . J., X I K --Y A V wx: I I , . ' 45,,,x ' K ,, 'mrs 5:4 tfgc L A f .r. , ,,y R 0 - 1 'Z ma, 41" fwfr? ROBERT GRIFFITH Fort Worth L. R. GRIFFIN Belton WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN Fort Worth KENNETH GRISHAM Quanah MERL DEAN GRUBBS Arlington EDUARDO E. GUERRA Bruni DALE GUEST Fort Worth IACK GULLEDGE Bristol LYNN CLAY GULLICK, IR. Dallas IIMMIE E. GUTHRIE Fort Worth KENNETH C. HAAS Clebume ROY POWELL HACKNEY. IR. Dallas IIMMY HAGLE Dawson CHARLES HAGGARD Fort Worth STEVE HAILE Fort Worth KENNETH R. HAINES Arlington DEWEY HALEY Grand Prairie IOHN HALL Fort Worth LOUIE HALLFORD Denison LYNN HAIVIMER Mexia IOSEPH HAMMONDS. IR. Handley ROSE MARIE HAMMOCK Fort Worth ROBERT HAMPTON Dallas HUBERT W. HANCOCK Fort Worth MIKE HANCOCK Dallas W6 Q -. . W'-1. T fi . Akwx 4 N' gi., If if - ' t I . tn I . K l in 1, ?. . 4, ., 1 '--, . g gi 35' 3-V gf? 1 n 'HM-s 'r' i bak P 2- . . , 'th ? Q- fig owl' ri Q! .Nm ,f , K if X WP 1, H .1 2 , . , ,V . I 7 it K li i x iP't"' 5" iw wu- ' . fliif .el XX 1 I I , B , can l ' , 6: ' .im ' 'W' 'ST' BENNIE HANDLEY Arlington MONTIE I. HANNAH Fort Worth FRENCH HARALSON Hurst DAVIE HARBESON Fort Worth CLYDE V. HARDAWAY. IR. Springfield, Mo. RONALD HARDIN Irving IIMMY HARGRAVE Cleburne MARILYN HARGRAVE Cleburne RICHARD HARRELL Fort Worth it X ! It ...... We ii. I' 72' 5 +56 ' 'Wi ...W if fm. E N 'NY' 2 , . R " ' , S I at . lg ' A gg :ag kv ll P: " X ilim My X . f f ' xr L' V it Qs -LL ' -M rs, 715 . f gk nr ws 1353 D 3' .fi X 1 Q3-if f gan- 1 ,lv , , , wi 1, w .If f 1- an-nl f N It BENN HENRY Arlington MAY ELLEN HENRY Ardmore, Okla. BILLY HENSON Fort Worth V. ALVIN HESTER Dallas IOHN R. HESTER, IR. Arlington ANN HERSHEY Dallas BOB HESSE Fort Worth ANN HICKEY Fort Worth MICK HICKEY Fort Worth IUITH HARRGRAVE Arlington CURTIS HARRIS Fort Worth IAMES M. HARRIS Arlington BILLY IO HARRISON DONNA CHERYL HARRISON Arlington DEAN HARROD Arlington DOUGLAS HART Handley GAIL HART Dallas IIMMY HARTMAN Fort Worth BRADLEY HARTWYK Dallas CHESTER M. HARVEY Dallas IOHN P. HARVEY Irving HENRY HASWELL Dallas KENNETH HATFIELD Fort Worth IERRY HATHAWAY Mexia BO-BBBY HAVENS Arlington FRED HAWN Dallas IAMES C. 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"iii: Lua- ffk -3 Z E X xx A SM I' I .- 'F' l .iil .qv- G' 1 xi-9 IERRY HOPKINS Fort Worth ED HORN Dallas VERNON A. HORNELL Mansfield ELMA HORTON Fort Worth ROBERT HORTON Baytown CLAY HOSKINS Fort Worth WANDA HOUSEWRIGHT Dallas ANN HOWARD Grapevine BARRIE HOWARD Arlington 1 ROBERT ISHAM Mexia LINDA KAY IVEY Fort Worth FLOYD IACKSON Shelbyville BARBARA IACKSON Fort Worth IIMMY L. IACKSON Springtown LOUIS IAMES Dallas NELDA IEANES Fort Worth MEREDITH IEFFCOAT Dallas HOMER D. IENNINGS Dallas DALE HOWARD EDWIN HOWARD Gainesville Midlothian LARRY WAYNE HOWARD Dallas WILLIAM A. HOWARD Dawson GLENN HOWELL OTHIS HOWELL IOE PAUL HUBENAK, I HM HUCKABAY CECIL HUDSPETH IIMMY HUFF RICHARD HUFFMAN ROBERT HULEN BO HULEY IERRY HUNT MICHAEL HUNT GENE HUNTER IAMES HUNTER ROY HURLEY ANNE HUSKERSON TROY HUTCHISON WILLIAM INLOW MICHAEL IRWIN Dallas Fort Worth R. Fort Worth Irving Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Dallas Denison Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Ferris Paducah Arlington Lueders ROBERT E. 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SAION IOYNER BOBBY IUSTICE Cleburne Arlington Fort Worth WILLIAM R. KANEHL Arlington IOHN KARPIE Dallas IAMES KEAHEY Dallas DON KEARLEY Garland ROBBIE GENE KEE Powderly IEANNE KEELE Grand Prairie ! up X ':',. . iv' V, t 4 4 .,..... 3 l, my 4 I pf 'F' F R E S H M E N ek Sv IWW' 4:65-'W 11 CARTER KNOWLES Irving IIMMY KNICKERBOCKER Dallas CHANMYUNG KONG Dallas BERNARD KOSSBIEL Fort Worth SANDRA KUBITZ Fort Worth MARSH E. KUNKLE Fort Worth WILLIAM FRANK LAKEY Fort Worth IOHN LALONDE Ashland, New Hampshire ROY KENNETH LAMBERT Rockwell If VIRGINIA KEISLER Dallas IACK KELLAM Dallas DOUGLAS KELLY Dallas IOHN KELLY Washington, D. C. HER-BERT L. KEMP Fort Worth IAMES R. KEMP Fort Worth NORMAN KEMP Fort Worth GLENN KENNEDY Dallas IAMES KENNEDY Henderson IERRY D. KENNEMER Arlington NANCY KEY Grand Prairie PAUL KIDD Van. Texas KENT KIMBRELL Grand Prairie ALTON P. KINARD, IR. Dallas ADRIAN KING Fort Worth FRED KING Irving HELEN KING Fort Worth MARVIN D. KING Fort Worth WOODY KING Fort Worth WILLIAM LEE KINGSTON Fort Worth IEROLD KIRK KENNETH KIRKWOOD Dallas BOBBY FITZPATRICK Denton IRWIN KIRZ Dallas LOGAN KNAPP Dallas MILTON LAMM Dallas BRUCE LAND Dallas HAROLD HANDERS Fort Worth KENNETH P. LANDERS MAURICE LANDERS Bowie WALTER LANDIS Fort Worth GUS LANGAS Uniontown, Penn. ALBERT I. LAMPMAN Alvarado BILL LATHAM Dallas BARBARA LAWSON Arlington EWING LAWSON IR. Fort Worth GARY E. LAWLER Dallas IACKIE LAURANCE Arlington RONALD LAWRENCE Mesquite IAMES LEACH Arlington GEORGE LEDBETTER Dallas IACKIE H. LEE Hurst IOHN LEE Dallas HARRY LEINBACH Austin TORN LEVIS Patchland IAMES LEVY Fort Worth IOHN P. LEWIS Dallas SHARON LEWIS Fort Worth if r S. i Eg, l x H K ik X M, 1? ORLANDO LONGORIO Fort Worth SANDRA LONON Arlington .tl fi' Q Q ax S N ,. . ,Q W ff- B' is rlhl -f . 'f ,. as 1,i L -51 A , -A - 4 ,gi-sig? AJ, 1 "elk, PM 1 ., fi . , W , .,,, , , . 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RAYMOND MCGUIRE IR. , ff . 43 I Irving Dallas Clebume Fort Worth Waco Dallas Fort Worth I OHN WILLIAM MCINTIRE RICHARD MCKINNIE Fort Worth BILL MANNING Irving ALVIN MANTOOTH Clebume ARNOLD PHII.IP MARKS Dallas GAIL MARTIN Dallas IAMES MARTIN Fort Worth MALCOM MARTIN Seminole ROBERT MARTIN Arlington TROY MARTIN Fort Worth CHARLES MASON Fort Worth DONALD MASSEY Dallas GAIL MASTIN Fort Worth IUDY MATHEWS Arlington PAUL WAYNE MATTKE Fort Worth NOEL MAYES Azle TOMMY MAYFIELD Dallas LYNN BARTON MAYFIELD Fort Worth IERRY MCADEN Gainesville LYNWOOD MCCAULEY Fort Worth CONNIE MCCULLOUGH Fort Worth MARY NEAL MCCOLLOUGH BRUCE MCCOM-BS Fort Worth Grapevine EDDIE MacCONNELL Fort Worth IUDY MCDONALD Arlington MAX McDOWELL Grand Prairie LARRY MCFADIN Arlington WILLIAM MCKINLEY Oiho, Ohio THEODORE W. MCKINLEY Chicago, Illinois RICHARD L. MCKINNEY Fort Worth MIKE MCKINNEY Fort Worth LANCE R. MCKISSICK Fort Worth WILLIAM G. MCKNIGHT IR. Dallas DAN MCLEAN San Antonio ROBERT MCMILLON Dallas BILLY R. 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MITCHELL Arlington Pendleton Dallas Dallas Dallas Rylie Dallas Dallas Dallas lv K saa rm 20 11 l , sg ,I,5', si l . ww ,1 F' . , , ' 1 3 I 7 21 1.1 ,ali ll Q igw fiiy llsls SANFORD MITCHELL IAMES MONROE Italy IUANITA IO MOODY Arlington SHERMAN E. MOODY Benbrook I I R A CHARLES s. Moons san Worth A CHARLES s. Moons Fort Worth l A DEANNA Moons Venus ' DON A. Moons Dallas AMM DONALD L. Moons Cleburne A EARL s. Moons Dallas AH IAMES MOORE Dallas 1AMss Moons Fort warm LEWIS Moons Dallas RICHARD Moons Bowie VIVIAN Moons Dallas MATT MonALs Dallas BAnn1s MORGAN Dallas cLAUD1A MORGAN Fan warm MARGIE MORGAN Franklin MARION MORGAN Cedar 1-1111 WAYNE MORGAN Emhouse EDWIN MORIN Irving FREDDIE MORRIS Fort Worth PEGGY MORRISSEY Arlington DON Monnow Fan Wann ROBERT Mon'1oN lllih E Afkaaslphla, Ark. lilsi .lll '17 IOHN L. MORY Grand Prairie ' W A. mi.. L L 1snnY Moss Dallas J Asss-' A IVZFVSVQZWVI V HARRELL MOTEN Fort Worth lv? WILLIAM B. MOZLEY Dallas l l BILLY MULLBN Cleburne w lL1" sif A A vw 1 H BILLY n. MULVANCY Dallas M RONALD MUNCY Fort Warm IIMMY MUnPHnsY Canton E N BENNY MURRAY Wortham ROBERT MURRAY Dallas PETE MYCUE Dallas IAMES MYERS Fort Worth IESSE MYERS Fort Worth IERRY NASH Dallas IOHNNY NASH Dallas LEE NATIONS HARRY N. NEBLING Grand Prairie PATSY NEEL Arlington ROBERT NEELY Fort Worth BILL NEFF Hurst EDDIE NEFF Dallas RONALD NELSON Idabel. Oklahoma EARL NEVE Brady IIM BOB NEWMAN Dallas MERLENE NEWSOM Grand Prairie KEITH NEWTH Fort Worth YVONNE NEWTON Saginaw BARBARA NIX Dallas IOHN NIX Dallas PATTIE E. NIX Arlington RONALD NIX Fort Worth IAMES R. NOACK Georgetown GENE NOEL Fort Worth .R "" ll -- n g, . -1- 1 'ry .,,-an . ,ltr V: , , Sm ,,-11, '1,--5.11335 ' A fm, 'A . V 1- '51 ' R 1 Wi? , , A ,.,.f if -- . 'L " . we :E ' , 'jim V . ky E . K my , -, fa- ' g gi H fm. L . R 3, lm X7 I Rfk SE 'R W 355' I 1 Pwr sr., er . C X , 8 M' IERRY NOLEN Arlington I ACKIE NOLES Arlington CHUCK NORTHWICK Dallas DORIS NICHOLS Fort Worth AMOS NORTH Dallas LYNDA NORWOOD Arlington LARRY NULISCH Dallas WILLIAM OAKES, IR. Fort Worth CAROLYN OAKLEY Fort Worth S I : ,f 1 ggi. sq, X E S H M , '., ts... A 5 1 4 V Q, 4, P5 tg-B 1 , J' Y A tn? , s l . .,, A , 25 P l 'Mi " Q' i IAMES R. PARKER VAN PARKER ALTON W. PARISH DAVID L. PARKS Fort Worth Gentry, Ark. Dallas Randolph CLAUDE P. PARMAN Fort Worth PATSY PARMER Grand Prairie GEORGE PARROTT Fort Worth BILL PATTERSON Fort Worth BILL PATTERSON Dallas ARTHUR O'BRIANT GAIL OBRIEN IOHN ODEN SAMUEL H. ODOM SUE OGLE BERTREM CHESTER ROD OPITZ DAVID W. ORSBY LLOYD OSBORN GLYNN OSBURN Dallas Lubbock Dallas Burleson Fort Worth OLSEN Azle Fort Worth Arlington Euless Fort Worth ANDREW IAMES OWEN Dallas AUBREY OWEN HARRY D. OWEN ADRIN OWENS BILLIE OWENS PATRICK I. OWENS ROBERT PAIGE HELEN L. PALMER IOHN PALMER WILLIAM PARISH Dallas Dallas Houston Stephenville Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Dallas Dallas LAWRENCE D. PARK. IR. BARBARA PARKE BILLY D. PARKER IAMES PARKER IAMES PARKER Fort Worth Arlington Lewisville Dallas Lewisville l AMES PATTERSON Garland PAUL PATTERSON Arlington SHIRLEY PATTERSON Dallas CAROL ANN PATTISON Fort Worth IO ALICE PATTON Fort Worth IACK PAUP Dallas ALMA MARIA PELLEGRINI Fort Worth IULIUS I. PENNARTZ Fort Worth PAUL PENNEY Fort Worth BILL PENTON Fort Worth LLOYD PERKINS Fort Worth DAVID PERKINS Fort Worth MARY IANE PERKINS Arlington IANICE PETERS Dallas GENE PETTY Arlington BILLY l. PHILLIPS Dallas BOBBY PHILLIPS Fort Worth EDWARD PHILLIPS Arlington HUGH PHILLIPS Dallas ROBERT PHILLIPS Sherman GARY PICKERILL Dallas IERRY PICKERILL Dallas CLAUDE PIERCY Fort Worth 4 .L rl N A sl' if ,Sf V Q "l 1 e' alfa-.. 34' 5. ? 1 ff TOMMY PILKINGTON Burleson WILLIAM MARSHALL PICKARD Fort Worth mg is 4-wif BILLY B. PINKERTON Grandview IULIAN E. PIPES BRUCE PITTMAN LEONARD PITTMAN ROY PLUMLEE IANET POPLOWSKI CHARLES PORTER WAYNE PORTER Grandview Lockhart Everman Dallas Saginaw Fort Worth Bowie CLARENCE POSKEY Nacogdoches F R E S H M QW J f ik 3 ' .. M 2 we J A T .nn A 'Y ,.,A -fillf ,All V FREDERICH RASMUSSEN Canton HACK RATLIFF Grimes, Oklahoma ALTA RATTAN Fort Worth GLENN ARTHUR READ Fort Worth T. E. REESE Dallas DARRELL REESIN G Grand Prairie THOMAS M. REEVE Dallas ARTHUR IAY REEVES Fort Worth IERRY REEVES Fort Worth PATRICIA POTEET HAROLD POTTER ROBERT T. POTTER RICHARD POYNER DON PRATER OWEN PRATZ MILO PRECHTL EDWIN PRESLEY NATHEN PRESLEY Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlington Garland Garland Ft. Sumner, New Mexico IERRY PRESSWOOD Grand Saline KENNETH PRIKRYL Arlington ZACK PRINCE Fort Worth BILL PRITCHELL Dallas DELMUS PRUITT Cleburne GLORIA PRUITT Turnersville PAUL PRYOR Dallas BERTURM W. QUALLS Hurst PAUL I. QUALLS Fort Worth DON QUAYLE Fort Worth IESSE QUIROGA Dallas ELSIE RAGLAND Arlington ROGER RALEY Dallas SAMMY RAMSEY Dallas IERRY RANDALL Dallas IERRY RANDOLPH Fort Worth it I gg on lljg f ff A, K if 1' RONNIE RENDLEMAN Dallas DONALD E. RENFRO Tulia TROY REYNOLDS Arlington RODNEY RHEA Mt. Pleasant WELDON C. RHEA IOSEPH R. RHONE Crockett IIM E. RANNE Dallas HAROLD RICE Alto IOHNNY R. RICE Mesquite IOE W. RICHARD IR. Lewisville LEON RICHARDS Bovina MARY ANN RICHARDS Fort Worth WENDELL RIDLEHUBER Waco GILBERT RITCHEY Plano HARRY RIDDLE Mt. Pleasant KENNETH RIDDLE Dallas TOMMY RIDOUT Dallas IOE RIFFE Dallas SCOTT RIGGS Fort Worth IULIA ANN RILEY Irving CLIFFORD RINEHART Glenns Ferry, Idaho ELBERT REECE ROBERTS Dallas HOMER LEON ROBERTS Irving ORVILLE ROBERTS Avery WILBUR ROBERTS Dallas :r I if Gia LOWELL ROBBINS Duncanv1lle PHILLIP H ROBBINS Fort Worth HOMER ROBISON Cross Plains KENNETH ROBINSON Grand Prairie LESLIE ROBINSON Fort Worth MELVIN ROBINSON Fort Worth ROBERT ROBINSON Lamesa KENNETH RODDY Dallas FREDDIE ROGERS Gorman ...frm H K . w f 'iw W ,TL 'K s we 5 li if . t K-K., i z, W s 1 BQ 1 R, I X ua... X 'Q' V 'gi W S 3 sir' lx 50 IHS? I K if l ' . , ' ' Q QJ5 ff' ,,. V, EV iii' , f is I 57 1 f- R , 1 if K wt H 1 . 1 W. Q g - ..,, F R E Q, 64 . M0 suv.. xi q ? A l S H M E N Q gy if' 9 l ut' , - EDDIE SANDERFORD GEORGE SANDIFER WYMAN SANDLIN Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth WAYNE SAWYER IERRY SCALLAN LOUIS SCARPINO Arlington Fort Worth Iackson, Michigan NORMAN SCHECKNER Perth Amboy, N. I. ELMER ALLEN SCHLOSSER Kermit DONALD SCHIRMER Butler, N. I. GARY ROGERS Fort Worth SHARON ROGERS Venus WILLIAM MIKE ROGERS Waxahachie RALPH ROGSTAD Chester, Vermont RICHARD R. ROYSTON Fort Worth TOM ROPER Fort Worth FRANK ROSE Fort Worth IOHN ROSS Fort Worth MARTIN ROSS Arlington IACK ROSSING Fort Worth ROBERT R. ROTEN Irving CHARLES ROWLETT Fort Worth DANIEL ROZNOVSKY Penelope IAY RUIC Dallas IIMMY RUSHING Dallas MELVIN RUSSELL Nocona FLOYD RUST lustin BOBBY RUTHERFORD Ennis BENNIE RYCHLIK Kleberg HARVEY RYDELL Fort Worth ESTRELLA SAFFORD Managua Nicaragua, C.A. ROYCE SANDEFER Arlington HAROLD SANDER Taylor FLOYD SANDERS Abilene STEPHEN L. SANDERS Grand Prairie KLQQL 4 digg? - N? 'w w ' to IOHNELL I.. SCHMIDT Temple IOHN HOWARD SCHMITT Mesquite PAUL SCHMITZ Dallas ROBERT SCHMITZ Arlington PATRICIA SCHEOEDER Garland ARLEN D. SCHULTZ New Ulm HAROLD SCOGGINS Dallas RICHARD SCOTT Dallas ROBERT SCOTT Dallas ARTHARENE SEILER Arlington LINDA LIGON Fort Worth DURWOOD SEWELL Fort Worth PEGGY SHACKELFORD Arlington SANDRA SHADDIX Grand Prairie BILL SHANNON Fort Worth DON SHAW Red Oak IEAN SHAW Grand Prairie BENNIE GENE SHELLEY Fort Worth IAYLENE SHELTON Fort Worth MARY IO SHEPPARD Fort Worth , lu' s s If rm... rf rr Ss is sk rd 4 r fiat . .vi'?f,,s Xi. V A slr'-sq . wi--, ,nl 1- -f ..,,. V ix " A ' DAVID SHERRILL Dallas IESSE LEE SHILLINGS ROY SHIPLEY Garland IOHN SHIVERS Crockett HAROLD SHRADER Alvarado rm ,M as BOBBIE SHRIVER Grand Prairie A is PHYLLIS SHUFFLER Euless I. D. slMMoNs IR. Dallas ,E f X q l IAMES slMMoNs Dallas ' 'Q PETE slMoN Grand Iunction, Colorado IACKIE S. SIMPSON Dallas HAL SINCLAIR Fort Worth GLEN SIVILS Dallas MARLENE SKEITON Dallas ww 'Tl .M 'fl .3 Qu E 3 an kid!! P 4 . 1 'if 1 GQ 5 I I 4. 9 -1 F R E S H M E N CLARA SNEED Fort Worth HERSHEL L. SNOW Weatherford IOHN G. SNOWDEN Georgetown IOE T. SOWARD Arlington BILLY ROSS SPARKS Dallas ROGER SPARR Dallas THELMA SPERRY Fort Worth BILLY IOE SPIVEY Fort Worth IERRY SPURLOCK Clebume SENN SLEMMONS Muleshoe MARIETTA SMALLIN Grand Prairie BETTY ANN SMITH Dallas BILLY SMITH Dallas BOB SMITH Abilene CHARLES V. SMITH IR. Grand Prairie DOYLE SMITH Miami GENE SMITH Fort Worth HUGH FRANKLIN SMITH Fort Worth IEANINE SMITH Arlington IERRY SMITH Grapevine ION SMITH Fort Worth KATHERINE SMITH College Station KENNETH SMITH Lamarque LINDA SMITH Fort Worth ROBERT LOWELL SMITH Euless MARVIN SMITH Fort Worth MELVIN SMITH Dallas NORMA SMITH Stamford PHILIP SMITH Burleson RAEBURN SMITH Fort Worth STEVE SMITH Gainesville WALTER SMITH Fort Worth WILLIAM G. SMITH Dallas IACUE SMITHER Dallas TOMMY RAY SMILEY KENNETH SMITH ROSCO E. SOUTHARD EDWARD R. SPALDING DUANE STANDLEE IIMMIE LEE STANFORD DELBERT STANLEY IR. MARILYN STARR WILLIAM STEELE IOE C. STEEN BOBBY STEPHENS CECIL STEPHENS IOHN S. STEPHENS IAMES STEPHENSON IAMES STEVENS BILL STEWART NORMAN V. STEWART TERRY D. STEWART DON R. STILES ALVA STINSON DALE STITH DAVID STRITTMATTER RUSSELL STOGSDILL RICHARD STOKES MYRNA STONE Irving Garland Greenville Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Irving Mexia Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Whitesboro Dallas Dallas Pilot Point Fort Worth Dallas Arlington A 1 . S393 ,-,h 1 ' R gg I ' " 'li Sl, ' ' ' - is 3, ' 5 1 as H avlr, :SSE . 'f 1 . gl SALLY STONE Dallas CHARLES STOUT Fort Worth RAYBURN M. STREGER Hamilton CLARENCE STRUM Pilot Point TOMMIE SUDDUTH Dallas IOAN SULAK Arlington CLIFFORD I. SWANN Dallas NANCY SWANNER Dallas DENNE SWEENEY Dallas Q 6' N . .. . ls? if .. ref., W' with Es fi x snrr t F R E S H M , 'vs j. N' in , I 51,1 X-ag ff 'rl . j 1 VV 4 1 ' I ff' -nl- A ml- I s X Q 'X' I fi A ' 1 6' A 3 tb' 'H' Q X . .P ' 'jx .if if 1 4 gi CHARLES M. TILLEY McKinney RICHARD TINER Dallas KAREN TOBEY Grand Prairie ALLAN R. TOMASEK Temple PERRY TONG Fort Worth GERALD TOWNSEND Dallas VICTOR TRAVIS Wichita Falls WAYNNE TRAVIS Arlington PAT IONES Fort Worth rat. . BILL TACKER Dallas BENNY TAHMAHKERA Fort Worth LEE TALIAFERRO Dallas GRANTLAND TATE Grand Prairie IOANN A TAULMAN Fort Worth EARL I. TAYLOR Fort Worth FRANK TAYLOR Arlington GORDEN L. TAYLOR Waxahachie IERRY TAYLOR Fort Worth MICHAEL TAYLOR Fort Worth MICHAEL TAYLOR Dallas WILLIAM E. TAYLOR Grand Prairie IOE D. TEAGUE Fort Worth LOY TETER Swan, Iowa CHARLES THAXTON Grand Prairie TROY I. THOMAS Grand Prairie TOMMY THOMAS Dallas WILLIAM THOMAS Tyler IAMES R. THOMPSON Dallas IEFF THOMPSON Texarkana IERRY W. THOMPSON Dallas ROBERT S. THOMPSON Arlington WILLIAM H. THOMPSON Grand Prairie THOMAS THREATT Grand Prairie MARY ANN THRESHER Arlington hiv , PAUL TRIBBLE Enid IOHNNY A. TRIGG Cisco FLORA M. TROTTER Grand Prairie GENEVIEVE TRUSSELL Dallas MARION W. TUCKER IR. Dallas NOEL TULEY Dallas CHARLES TURNER Irving G. B. TURNEY WILLIAM TURNIPSEED Arlington MAX TYLER Ft. Stockton ROY TYLER Grand Prairie RALPH UHLHORN Fort Worth IOE DON UNDERWOOD Dallas DANIEL UPTHEGROVE Dallas IACK UTTER Dallas IOSEPH VANCE Dallas IAMES VANDEVENTER Grapevine MICHAEL VANDAVEER Irving GENE VANDERFORD Santa Anna GEORGE VARDAS Hurst RICHARD VASSALLO Dallas HAYWOOD VAUGHAN Friona IAMES VAUGHAN Dallas IULIA VAUGHN Dallas IIMMY VAUGHN Grand Prairie X hm . s it if .5 -df' L' 1 lei Q fa? Y li if It g z' V. W. - U ..,. ,Wx 7 W M583 rf 2? , f 1 -is 512555 X mf 1 8 . . S " SQA I 'X pap, 2. Y 55.1. Mt 8 is it -wr' ii lllll f A L. A A l ROBERT VAUGHAN Dallas HUMBERTO VEGA Caracas Venezuela KATHRYN VIRNELSON Grand Prairie I. W. VYCHOPEN Caldwell EUGENE WACKER Dallas MIKE WADLINGTON Fort Worth CHARLIE WAKEFIELD Fort Worth WILMA WALL San Augustine ROBERT WAINSCOTT Arlington 0- H76 QW' 2 ,,. I ,I I I l mqff I I ROBERT V. WESTER Weatherford WILLIAM E. WESTERMAN Dallas GAIL WESTMORELAND Lubbock FRANK WHALEN Cleveland, Ohio IOEL F. WHITAKER Grand Prairie IAMES WEBBER Fort Worth BOB WHITE Fort Worth IAMES S. WHITE IR. Arlington MARSHALL WHITE Mineral Wells Inns, WILLIAM WALDEN Dallas GEORGE WALDROP Pauabafa I'IIoIvI WALKER Irving DAVID E. WALSH Dallas IOE R. WALTERS Irving IACK WARD Fort Warm RICHARD WARD Kaaaaaala BUFFORD R. WARREN Hurst NOEL M. WARREN Patmos, Ark. IAMES WARREN Grand Prairie RONNY WASHAM Fort Worth DAVID WATSON Dallas KENNETH WATSON Gorman RONALD WATSON Iacksboro HORACE G. WATTS Wichita Falls CARROLL WEBB Fort Worth IACK WEBB Trinity DUANE WEBBER Fort Worth RONNIE WEBBER Santo ELMER WELCH Electra IAMISON WELSH IR. Dallas WALTER E. WELSH Killeen BILL WERNER Irving CARL WESSELS Dallas PAUL WEST Fort Worth ,.cm A 91' 8 AG I J I I E A' 5' , 5 A' I-, , .::- , P 'va, I L Y A -V'. 4. 'nv X K 4 .7 .I - A... T r 1- 'S , ,Q 'M I - Y w0 f, I 'X 4- W 1.-.w 95 sf .. y f IERRY WHITEHEAD Arlington IEAN WHITTENBERG Arlington BILL WHITWORTH Dallas RONALD E. WIENKE Sidney. Ill. BUDDY H. WIGLEY Richland LEROY WIGINGTON Wichita Falls PAUL WILBUR Arlington MARILYN WILKERSON Garland ARTHUR WILLIAMS Dallas FRED WILLIAMS Mexia GILBERT WILLIAMS Dallas PAUL WILLIAMS Fort Worth ROBERT W. WILLIAMS Georgetown RONNIE WILLIAMS Dallas W. R. WILLIAMS Fort Worth IOYCE WILLIAMSON Arlington NORMA WILLIS Saginaw PATRICIA WILLMON Fort Worth DEWEY WILSON Fort Worth EUGENE L. WILSON Mt. Pleasant IAMES F. WILSON Dallas SANDRA WILSON Fort Worth TOMMY WILSON Fort Worth WILLIAM D. WILSON Dallas WILLIAM WILSON IR. Grand Prairie IIMMIE WITT Fort Worth DANIEL WOFFORD San Antonio MERRILL EUGENE WOMACK Dallas IIMMIE WOOD IOAN WOOD Plano IOHN WOODS Dallas ROBERT F. WOODS IR. Dallas KENNETH WOODSON Grapevine WANDA WORTMAN Fort Worth I H1 , -- an .,, I Q 65655 Q fl K i . ,iii xx.. 'J,:?T:?5:a2f ,W gun C31 '. A Hy. ' . F95 'K' W 322-i 3? M 1 R CHARLES L. DAVIS Arlington WILLIAM M. IACKSON Fort Worth RONALD LEE Dallas DENNIS A. LEYRER Dallas LINWOOD LIBBY Fort Worth CHARLES LITTIG Fort Worth IANE LITTLE Arlington STEPHEN I. LITTLE Iennings. La. LEON LLANO Dallas HUBERT E. LONG Slidell IERALD WREN Fort Worth DEE ALLEN WRIGHT Chilton DEXTER WRIGHT Dunkirk, Indiana IAMES WYLIE Dallas LARRY WYLIE Wichita Falls WARREN RAY WYRICK Garland WALTER YAGER Dallas IAMES R. YARBOROUGH Dallas SONIA YATES Dallas CAROL YELLOTT Irving IOHN YOUNG Arlington WILLIAM C. YOUNG Fort Worth BETSY ZIMMERMAN Arlington EDWARD ZANE Dallas IOHN C. ZIMMERMAN Grand Prairie Wwwmwm Ks. ...,,.N,-R 3i1:M W HEQQHQL ww lima QE.. fH"'g'Q-u Ngwm '+ME'.hf.f Y -ww ,J 'Q :Qu 0009 00000 Quo' 0 0' oo 0 4 22ts:'?ze'g:3z'?3:':'g:3z't6':':':'3!':4e':e':.!e':'3t9'6's'0o':'o5'0'Q ' 'o'0'0.'5 ' 95595 0 9 4 0 o Q o o 0 0 Q o o , 9 g 9 goo QQQQQQQQQQOOOOO QQQQA . . 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Parades in Dallas, Fort Worth, Ranger, and Pasa Flnhrf fwrflifnrhin urnrn nrnnnnr-r Han nrr1'I'i11i'l-'ina nf I-lan 'Hrs-nr-I l MAIORETTES Ann Bybee, Barbara Iackson, Linda Iohnson Sonja Hin shaw, and Barbara Barnhill. SAM I-IOUSTCDN RIFLES ,, g we , I , a is M 5,,,,. Ly . y K W XX 5 155 Q 1 at 'H , - z ,ff ,ftp - px y at .,Y5g,-f' ,. . , , 5Z,.,t,, , The Sam Houston Rifles, better known as the "Iodies,' are an outstanding organization on the ASC campu and contribute greatly to school spirit. New members ar chosen on a vote by former members and approval o the head of the Military Science and Tactics department OFFICERS CLUB President-Gary Hitt Vice President-Richard Spell Secretary-Robert Tarbet Treasurer-David I. Earll 1ST ROW-Herndon, Allen. Coughlin. Heavrin. Durham, D'Arcy. ZND ROW-Bailey, Marshall, Lawhorn. Ward, Newman, Webster, DeLange.y 7 W H NGN-CCM CLUB President-Milton R. Iarvis Vice President-William Davis Secretary--Kenneth McDonald KNEELING-MfSgt. Spencer R. Lewis, Iarvis, Davis, McDonald. Stanley, Hoffman, Everist, Otte. IST ROW-Sivils, Craig, Stewart, Davis, Pryor, Conner, Cherry, Duncan. Patterson, Werner, Carder. 2ND ROW-Gradley, Ioseph, Wilson, Miles. Darrah, Tate, Hodges, Cleveland, Cogsdell, Feuerbacher, Ren- dleman, Catina. 3RD ROW-Gardner, Ramsey, Tucker, Hunter, Thompson, Ayles, Bond, Fagg, Huston, Meyer, Musgrove, Doell Krystinik. 4TH ROW-Ball. Stallcup, Ward, Kutz, Seay, Bishop, Bone, Mills. Cleveland. AERO CLUB President-Iohn Ford Vice President-Marshall Furr Treasurer-Iohn Morgan Reporter-Richard Olmstead IST ROW-Furr, Owens, Watts, Tyler, Duncan, Veteikis. 2ND ROW-Patterson, Bigham, Walker, Storey. 3RD ROW-Ford, Coulter, Morgan, Almstead, Durham. Milliccm, Vychopen, Wilson, Hancock, Tong, Pruitt Kay. 4TH ROW-Womack, Walls, Looney. v ARCHITECTS CLUB President-Ted Boessenroth Vice President-Tom Stephens Secretary-Treasurer-Robin Martin Reporter-Bufford Duke X ,R , 1ST ROW-Tung, Duke. Stephens, Boessenroth, Martin. ZND ROW-Hendricks, Becker, Lundey, Burleson, Carnes. Boisselier. Bennett. 3RD ROW-Abernathy, Brown, Wigington. Hill. Ccxson, Ioyce, McKoy. 4TH ROW-Shupee. Young, Alread, Lam, Ayles, Turner, Cosby. SP013S0r-C- D- Richafds 1ST Row-Richards, Smith, Bledsoe, Elkins. Presldent-DOYCG Smlth ZND ROW-English, Seay, Green, Denson, Middleton, Smith. Vice President-Harold English Secretary-Dick Denson T -Th S reasurer omas eay Parliamentarian-Phil Smith IST ROW-Garcia, Allen, Shannon, Dyer. 2ND ROW-Bufkin, Marshall, Ashcraft, Fredde, Threatt, Loche, Hearne. 3RD ROW-Berg, Smallan, Mobley, Flynn. Smith, Dawson, McKinley. President--Deanna Marshall Vice President-Anita Mobley Sec.-Treas.-lane Loche Sergeant-at-Arms-Ierry Spence Reporter-Charles Berg PRCFESSICNAL BUSINESS CLUB 'Fl g f I. D. Dunn Sponsor As ? gl g,. A William Hickman President I f , ,,,e,., . .,,..k 55 Wi Farrett Hudnall Sponsor W . .Q ff. 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ZND ROW-Earl Neve, Mary Ann Amyx, Ieanice Weatherford, Roy L. Garrett. 3RD ROW - Bobby Gray, Bill Dickson. Robert S. Miles, Charles Kirkpatrick. 4TH ROW-Bill Weatherford, Iames Greenlee. Mr. William S. Harper Director t ,Q , , lx S c .. , s f 5 'If-Nt X N 4 , 4 X , J . . F.. xc! , , X , Irs a Mary Harry P. Taylor Annie Ruth Winona Moore Iuan Tudela Sonia Yates Carol Ann Winkworth Vice Chambers Publicity Program Bedingfield President President Secretary Chairman Reporter CCSMCJPCDLITAN C L U B LM, lane Bohanan Sheryl Bowling Bill Gardner Sylvia Golden Becky Shawn Zongola Zongola X ,, ,am 3, 1 1 s iiir 'f P . t :'-. by Q PF Q , , , 'jj Barbara Iudy Riley Philip Tapley Marshall White McIntyre 'Q J 19 if ltt 2 . 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DeLange Capt. W. H. Herndon, lst Lt. D. A Cruz, and Capt. D. I. Earll. Second Row-Major R. G. Wool- I weaver, and MfSgt. I. P. Ioseph. BATTALION STAFF C O M P A N Y A Company Commander-Cadet Capt. R. A. Spell Exec. Officer-lst Lt. I. Z. Lawhorn First Sgt.-MfSgt. W. B. Doell Guidon Bearer-Cpl. I. W. Hedric Asst. Instructor-Cadet Capt. H. W. Sandelson ZND PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Durham, Pla- toon Sgt. Meyer. IST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC East- wood, Cadets Faught, Cunningham, Danner, Hansen, Hollomon. 2ND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Sandi- fer, Cadets Boone, Howard, Iensen, English, Etheridge, Hick fabsentl. 3RD SQUAD-Squad Leader SFC Cleveland, Cadets Iackson, Campbell, Harris, Foster, Barnes. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Dahl- berg, Cadets Farte, Christal, Beall, Hannah. COMPANY SWEETHEART COL. BECKY SHAWN 1ST PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Petty, Platoon Sgt. MfSgt. Iones. 1ST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Craig, Cadets Cason, Follett, Foerster, Iack- son, Davis, Brown. 2ND SQUAD-Sqci. Leader SFC Kutz, Cadets Coleman, Grant, Ballinger, Campbell, Browning, Hatfield. 3RD SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Ball, Cadets Brown, Hall, Crowley, Carter, Griffith, Carter. 4TH SQUAD--Leader SFC Dawson, Cadets Dickson, Chartier, Bloomer, Block, Couch. COMPANY SWEETHEART- Capt. Sonja Hinshaw 1ST PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Chapman, Platoon Sgt. MfSgt. Davis. IST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Wil- son, Cadets Hodges, Hunter, Lam- bert, Howell, Ellis. ZND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Tate, Cadets Catina, Clark, Howard, Griffin, Hayden, Duncan. 3RD SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Dar- rah, Cadets Fagg, Iackson, Forbes, Hudgins, Cagswell, Cadenhead. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Cook, Cadets Hunt, Grisham, Bas- ham, Shaw, Hogan. K' AY" "'-?"'ff'f'i'Y' Vviitfniiiiifmtgft 1' 4 Q M P A N Y B Company Commander-Cadet Capt. R. M. Tarbet Exec. Oiiicer-lst Lt. I. P. Hardie First Sgt.-Mf Sgt. T. W. Patterson Guidon Bearer-Cpl. W. W. King Asst. Instructor-Cadet Capt. R. R. Roten ZND PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Heavrin, Platoon Sgt. MfSgt. Feuerbacher. IST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Car- der, Cadets Robles, Bloomfield, Crawford, Doggett, Davider, Brown, Wilson. ZND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Cheng, Cadets Adams, Blanton, Ab- ernathy, Blosser, Cemstock, McKen- z1e. 3HD SQUAD- Sqd. Leader SFC Cleveland, Cadets Bowen, Godwin, Eiland, Christensen, Baker, Duif. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Pry- or, Cadets Brooke, Feemster, Dodson, Fairbairn, Blankley, Cisneros. C O M P A N Y C Company Commander-Cadet Capt. I. P. Coughlin Exec. Officer-lst Lt. C. A. Allen First Sgt.-MfSgt. I. R. Krystinik Guidon Bearer-Cpl. I. E. Beard ZND PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. D'Arcy, Pla- toon Sgt. MfSgt. Conner, Asst. Platoon Sgt. Pvt. Parker. 1ST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Mc- Donald, Cadets Long, Slemmons, Gu- dat, Smith. ZND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Ren- dleman, Cadets Tapia, Ullrich, Rog- stad, Royston, Mullen. 3RD SQUAD--Sqd. Leader SFC Thomp- son, Cadets Massey, Utter, Osbum, Oden. Neely, Pinkerton. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Wer- ner, Cadets Shannon, Olsen, McMillon, MacConne11, Moten, Smith. COMPANY SWEETHEART Capt. Chickie Allen 1ST PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Huttman, Pla- toon Sgt. MfSgt. Stewart, Asst. Platoon Sgt. Pvt. Perkins. IST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC North, Cadets Rhea, Strathdee, Watson, Tuck- er, Iowell. ZND SQUAD--Sqd. Leader SFC Bond, Cadets White, Walker, Letter, Little, Smith, Smith. 3RD SQUAD--Sqd. Leader SFC Iarvis, Watts, Yoes, Webber, Webb, Marks, Rhea. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Mc- Kinney, Cadets Wester, Stokes, Smith, Leyrer, Smiley, Hines. COMPANY SWEETHEART Capt. Connie Cheek 1ST PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Pulliam, Pla- toon Sgt. MfSgt. Seay, Asst. Platoon Sgt. Pvt. Smith. IST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Sivils. Cadets McKissick, Lawrence, Shivers, Reed, Porter. 2ND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Hoff- man, Cadets Opitz, Presley, Murphrey, Gullege. Richards, Smith, Potter. 3RD SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Auston.. Cadets Ri d l e h u b e r , Smith, Williams, McAden, Oakes, Thomas, Dansby. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Mor- row, Cadets Sanders. Vaughan. Lowe, Miller. C O M P A N Y Company Commander-Cadet Capt. I. H. Ward Exec. Otticer-lst Lt. C. N. Webster D First Sgt.-Mf Sgt. R. G. Musgrove Guidon Bearer-Pvt. C. E. Moore Asst. Instructor-Cadet Capt. A. D. Adair ZND PLATOON Platoon Leader-2nd Lt. Kannady, Pla- toon Sgt. Mf Sgt. Gravley, Asst. Platoon Sgt. Cpl. Welch. 1ST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader, SFC Otte, Cadets Muncy, Tong, Wofford, Mattke, Wilbur, Sparr. 2ND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Ayles, Cadets Pasqualino, Whitehead, Steak- ley, Ramsey, Murphy. 3RD SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Stan- ley, Cadets Rhone, Spalding, Kidd, White, Vaughan, Rubarth. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Mills, Cadets Hitt, Kiker, Strattmatter, Patter- son, Dacy, White tabsentl. Platoon Leader--lst Lt. Baumbardner Platoon Sgt.--lst Sgt. Spaulding Exec. Ass't. Platoon Ldr.-lst Lt. Boggs s K K PLATOON SWEETHEART Capt. Claudia Morgan 1ST PLATOON 1ST SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Prince Cadets Sweeney, Inlow, Owen, Davis Mayfield. 2ND SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SF C Brown, Cadets Hart, Allen, Griffin, Chapman aan SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Perci: val, Cadets Schirmer, Summers, Ioseph Gorman. 4TH SQUAD-Sqd. Leader SFC Bog- gess, Cadets McGuire, Percy, Parvin, Gibbons, Vance. Spring cleaning COMPANY SWEETHEART Capt. Barbara Barnhill lST SQUAD--Cadets McCoy, Bailey Horsley, Ross, Bishop, Davis, Robinson, Haines. ZND SQUAD-Cadets Thomason, Mil- ler, Prikryl, Hubenak, Hunter, Miles, Tice, Gardner, Tucker. 3RD SQUAD-Cadets Hicks, Ashlock Wylie, Nicks, Ward, Garchel, McLean Stallcup, Kossbiel, King. 4TH SQUAD-Cadets Marshall, Man- ning, Sandefer, Everest, Martin, Collins, Neve, Richardson, Hesse. 19 ,Z-e X Company Commander-Capt. G D McCoy Exec. Officer-lst Lt. I. R. Bailey lst Sgt.-MfSgt. D. H. Thomason Plat. Leader-2nd Lt. H. D. Marshall Drum Major-SFC Kenneth R. Haines Colonel Anderson was here' offs ASC'S HEAD MEN Top row. left to right: "Pop" Mat- lock. Equipment Manager: ludd Ramsey. Bacldield Coach: Bobby Lane. Trainer. Track Coach. Bottom row. left to right: Burley Bear- den, Line Coach: Chena Gilstrap. Head Football Coach: Tommy Tin- ker. End Coach. Basketball Coach. Head Coach Claude "Chana" Gilstrap saw his Rebel continue to improve their season's record for the fourtf straight year. His 1954 team finished third in Pioneer Con ference play. the 1955 edition was runner-up, the Rebel of 1956 tied for the championship and won the Iunior Ros Bowl game, and in 1957 the Confederates achieved th ultimate in junior college play: they captured the Confer ence title. were widely chosen as the top junior colleg team in the nation. and set a new Iunior Rose Bowl recor in winning the contest for the second consecutive yea Coach Gilstrap also won the Texas Iunior College Coac of the Year award for the fourth time and for the secon consecutive year. The sportswriters chose Chena by wide margin. The Rebels' 12-0 won-lost record in 1957 ran Gilstrap coaching record at ASC to 43 won. 7 lost and l tie. . . ..,. dm 41,4 be W. I "" 1 fig . . A A , R, , , .gg jx 15" 47 e is -If 1 was l' if 5 tt H 2 1. Zn 4, 5 G' Af . I .1 al fwf f- ,QE ff st, k .R ,I 'l X K xx QT 1 f 5 it 9' 'S Mfmfgrif, X A Mgr H. r Wm M J 5 . 22- 5' W' 1' 2 --sua, ' . Q25-M t ? t " 1 gk FE- 5 ' W' 1 Q M , K K ., K - - ' - ' . I -T332 ' ' ' as - fi Y' 4 V had S1355 1 ,ig EMS? t Y gg? Qt, if Y , W 1+ W X H , , s K YT t' 'Y ' st fn M is ss W ' , . .- 1 - ' m is f , W' nr- , ,iff Q Q- qw 'I-. ,av IUSTIN ROWLAND Iustin Rowland, former All-Pioneer Conference Second Team member, again proved his superiority as a pass- yeceiver as he led the Confederates in this department for he second straight year. He snagged 21 tosses for 301 rards and six touchdowns. In the Iunior Rose Bowl, Iustin laught TSC's only two passes, one of which set the stage br a touchdown. The 6'l", 185 pound end from Hamlin, Texas, was an unanimous choice to the NICAA All-Amen can team. In December he was elected by his teammates is the "Outstanding Sportsman" of the 1957 Rebel squad. he was also elected to the Williamson All-American first bam. He left ASC at mid-term to enroll at TCU. l ION SCHNABLE Ion Schnable, ASC's All-American quarterback from Mexia, Texas. proved his ability to take the position of the departed Bobby Manning early in the season. In the Cam- eron game, Ion ran tor one touchdown, passed for two more, and converted three times, while calling his usual excellent game. Over the season he scored six touch- downs, passed lor eight more, and converted thirteen times, scoring 49 points tor the second highest total ot the year. He was elected by writers as the outstanding Rebel of the Rose Bowl game and was presented the Helms award as the result of his election. He and Tom Beasley, end, from -Breckenridge, were elected by writers as the "Outstanding Back" and "Outstanding I.inemen" of 1957. I Q P E A E , !gQix,g,m k 42 5 , so -Xi Q 1 Gig, 493 83- 5 0 agp? QQ? a P gggifor . 4f 1 , ASC'S UNDEFEATED, UNTIED REBELS OF 1957 THE TEAM AND THE RECORD... UNDEFEATED!! SEASON RECORD 12 0 0 ASC Opp 32 Kilgore , 39 Del Mar 41 Wharton r 33 Navarro .. ., 27 Paris A , 41 NTSC Fr h 47 Victo 1 34 "eCa 40 R g 32 Tal t r A 38 S A gelo Eh 1.1, D, .TOTALS,H - -D IUNIOR ROSE BOWL ASC Ce t 21 R, .,.,..... ., ,.... .,..,,.. .,.........,.... , . lj Arlington State 32, Kilgore 0-Season's Opener ASC 32, K1I.GORE 0 With their fierce blocks and ferocious tackles dominating the game, the Rebel line led the way to Arlington State's first triumph. Playing before an audience of 5,500, the Rebels moved for 309 yards on the ground and for 85 in the air, meanwhile holding the Rangers to but 74 on the ground and 20 air- wise. Although the Rangers prevented the Rebels from scoring in the first period, they couldn't contain the fierce Confederate attack for long. The second quarter saw ASC explode for two touchdowns while Kilgore was held scoreless. Ion Schnable, ASC's replacement for Bobby Manning at quarterback, drove over left guard with but five minutes gone in the second stanza. He kicked the first of two extra points to put the Confederates ahead, 7-0. Later in the same frame, speedy Iames Hyden streaked from his own 36 to the Rangr's 15 for a gain of 49 yards. Two plays later Kenny Williams raced around right end to end the 66-yard drive. Schnable again converted. A Kilgore fumble in their own territory led to the Rebel's third score, which came in the third quar- ter. End Iustin Rowland recovered. Seven plays later Ronnie Graves punched over from the five, making the count read ASC 20, Kilgore 0. Near the close of the third frame the Rebels found pay-dirt once more. Don Hoskins, who was still recovering from an attack of flu, ended a 53-yard push by scoring over left guard from the one. ASC's highly talented reserves took over at this point, and scored the last touchdown of the game. Freddie Arnold contributed 24 yards to the drive, with Larry McFaden successfully passing to Wayne Crowley to move the ball 40 yards downfield. McFaden ended th 95-yard march with a jump pass to Harry Lienback for the score. The game demonstrated both ASC's imposing defense, her crushing ground attack, and her highly talented passing, and warned many people that ASC was again a team to watch. Williams eludes a Kilgore tackler on the way to the double stripe. Malone on the loose again! ASC 39, DEL MAR 7 Continuing their winning ways, Arlington State's rampaging Rebels romped to a 39-7 victory ove IM ' h highly-touted Del Mar of Corpus Christi, scoring in the first, second, and fourth stanzas. De ar s en alded defense failed to materialize, as Iim Hyden and Kenny Williams scored twice, Ion Schnable an4 Iohn Niedereuer accounting for the other scores. Th f D'xie scored the first time they got possession. Williams, Hyden, Ronnie Graves ant e men rom 1 Schnable carried to paydirt on ten tries, starting from ASC's 48-yard line. Hyden cut around right en for the last nine steps. Kenny Williams, ASC's fleet halfback, scored both of his markers in the second period. Both of hi scores came on short line plunges, one wtih 7:41 gone in the period, and the final one just before th half. The score at intermission read ASC 12, Del Mar 0. The Vikings fought back, scoring their only touchdown in the third period. Halfback Iuan Pere k' t d l ft d for two ards and the only Viking score of the afternoon. s ir e e en y The concluding stanza saw the Confederates score thrice more. Quarterback Schnable sneake H lfba k Iohn Niederauer too into the end zone following another touchdown by Hyden. Reserve a c credit for the final score as he raced around right flank from the five. As the final gun sounded, the score read ASC 39, Del Mar 7. Arlington State 39, Del Mar 7-Another Easy One MISSED ME, BUSTER! ASC 41, WHARTON 7 Wharton's Pioneers proved to be no problem for ASC's on-rushing Rebels as they bowed, 41-7. The second larg- est crowd to ever attend a game at Memorial Stadium, nearly 6.0UU, saw the Rebs unleash an irresistible scoring at- tack in the first quarter and follow it up with another outburst in the final period. With but two minutes gone in the initial stanza, quarterback Ion Schnable and End Iustin Rowland teamed for a touchdown on ASC's first play from scrimmage. A thirty-three yard toss proved good for the points. and Schnable made good on the conversion. Wharton went to the airways on their next series of plays, but Dan Malone latched on to an errant aerial and streaked 42 yards to the double stripe, giving ASC a lead of 13 points. Again Wharton failed to move. A bad pass from center gave the Rebels possession on their opponent's 22. Kenny Williams cut around end and pulled up in the end zone for the third Rebel tally, making the score 20-0. Malone kicked goal. Deep in the first quarter the Rebels scored again. Freddie Amold ended a 43 yard drive by sprinting to paydirt from the Wharton 10. Billy Darland bucked the line for the extra point. Feeling that enough was enough, the Pioneers pushed over their lone tally in the second quarter. Iames Thomas intercepted a stray pass and rambled 80 yards for the score. The try for point was successful. The scoreboard remained unchanged until, with six minutes left in the final period, Schnable again hit Rowland with a throw good for 44 yards and the score. Malone once more converted. The final Reb touchdown was set up by Freddie Arnold, who intercepted a Wharton pass on the Pioneer 32. Ted Hicks rolled out around right end to the 2, from where Arnold dived across. The conversion attempt was successful, leaving the final score ASC 41, Wharton 7. WHARTON FALLS ON SCHEDULE SHORT GAINER Asc 33, NAVARRO 7 Although weakened by the influenza epidemic prevalent at that time, Arlington State's undefeated Rebels crushed the Navarro Bulldogs, rolling up a 33-7 victory while putting on an impressive show both offensively and defensively. Early in the first period Kenny Williams started the Rebels on the way to their fourth straight triumph, gathering in a Bulldog punt on the 50 and streaking all the way to the double stripe. On the second play of the second quarter the Rebels scored again. Don Hoskins drove over from the three to cli- max a 70 yard drive, making the score 12-7. The Corsicanans scored for their first and only time late in the second period. Schields drove over left tackle and Sessoms kicked goal to complete Navarro's scoring. Although the Confederates kicked off to open the second half, they promptly got back into business. Richard Krystinik intercepted a pass squarely in mid-field. Malone moved from the 43 to the 5, from where Billy Darland flipped to Iustin Rowland in the end zone for six points. Malone booted the point-after, raising the count to 19-7. Navarro failed to move, and the Rebels took over again on the enemy's 19. Malone went to the 8, and Kenny Williams again did the honors, running for both the touchdown and the extra point. ASC moved 55 yards in just 10 plays for the final score of the game. Williams took it over from the six. Malone kicked the extra point to wind up the scoring. Malone led the Rebs in yardage gained with 45 in only 6 carries. NAVARRO GOES UNDER WILLIAMS FIGHTS HIS WAY THROUGH ASC 27, PARIS 7 Paris Iunior College's Dragons held the Rebels to their lowest point total of the season, but it did them no good as the Confederates continued their winning ways to the tune of 27-7. Paris drew first blood with only four minutes gone in the first quarter. Recovering an ASC fumble, the Dragons punched over from the ten. Responding vigorously, the Rebels paraded 74 yards up the field to tie the score. Billy Darland completed three straight passes to Tom Beasley, Dan Malone, and Iustin Rowland, with the score coming on his 13-yarder to Rowland. Dan Malone added another point-after to his total, making the score 7-7. Kenny Williams broke loose from the ASC 41 and galloped 59 yards past the Paris secondary with four minutes gone in the second period. The try for point again was successful. Bill McRee, lanky freshman quarterback, pushed over late in the third quarter for six more points. Iames Hyden ran for the conversion, running the tally to 14-7. Late in the fourth quarter McRee again scored. After intercepting an errant Paris aerial, he tallied from the one. The final score read ASC 27, Paris 7. Kenny Williams raised his yards-gained-rushing by 88, garnered on ll attempts. Bill Darland completed 6 out of 7 pass attempts, for 90 yards and a very excellent 861. completion average. Again Malone tumed a brilliant perform- ance for the Rebels. He gained 44 yards rushing and pulled down 3 passes for 36 yards, meanwhile continuing his defensive play in outstanding style. PARIS PUT UP A FIGHT OUTTA THE WAY! ASC 41, NTSC FRESHMEN 0 An ASC team once more at full strength marked the beginning of a three-game home stand with a 41-0 conquest of the North Texas State Freshmen. Winning by their biggest margin of the year, the Rebels moved for 35 points in the first half, then sat aside as the reserves rounded out the scoring. After halting the Eagles' initial move from scrimmage, the Rebels moved on the ground to the NTS 2, where bruis- ing Ronnie Graves rammed over for the score. Ion Schnable kicked the point to end the Rebels' first scoring. Wasting no time in piling up a lead, the Confederates scored again as soon as they got the ball. A 61 yard drive was capped by Iames Hyden's 7 yard carry over tackle. Schnable again converted, rolling the count to 14-0. Starting the second quarter, the Rebels counted again on a series of passes topped off by a one yard plunge by Dan Malone. Schnable once more added the point. On their own 28 yard line, the Rebs sprung Malone for 44 yards to the NTS 21 on one of the most spectacular runs of the year. Four plays later Schnable bounced a pass off a NTS man and into the arms of Tom Beasley, who was falling to the ground. Malone drove over left guard two plays later for the tally. Schnable kicked his final extra point, making the score 28-U. A 44 yard punt return by Iames Hyden gave the Confederates possession on the NTS 37. Ted Hicks passed to Freddie Arnold, who bulled his way over for the score. Hyden booted the conversion. Kenny Williams accounted for the final score with the longest run of the game. His 68 yard scamper left the NTS pursuers far behind. The final score read ASC 41, North Texas State 0. NTSC SNOWED UNDER HICKS ROAMS AGAIN ASC 47, VICTORIA 13 I Sporting a 6-0 won-lost record, the Arlington Staters unleashed a terrific second-half attack to clobber Victoria's Pirates by 47-13. The Rebels drew first blood on a very unusual play. Iustin Rowland picked up an ASC fumble on the Victoria 5 and carried it over for the score, completing the scoring for the first half. The second half featured the excellent Rebel passing attack. A 57 yard drive was climaxed by a Schnable-to-Row- land pass good for 36 yards and the score. Halfback Kenny Williams broke loose once more for 45 yards and six more points for ASC, making the tally read ASC 18, Victoria 0. The Pirates got into the scoring column on a spectacular 97 yard return by Iohnny Orsak, who also kicked the point-after. The Rebels drove to paydirt again on the arm of Quarterback Ted Hicks. Hicks threw a strike to Wayne Crowley, who gathered it in and rambled into the end zone for another Arlington touchdown. Hicks kicked goal: ASC 25, Vic- toria 7. The Rebels' defense operatin in fine st le threw the Pirates ba 5, from where they attempted to , g Y , ck to their own punt. Richard Krystinik broke through the line and blocked the kick, causing it to bounce out of the end zone and giving the Rebels two more points. Following the Victoria kick, the Arlington Staters scored again. Hicks passed to Crowley on the 4, then flipped to Arnold for the score. Hyden kicked the point-after, giving the Rebels a 27 point lead. Victoria again was forced to relinquish the ball. The ASC ground game moved to the 10, where Schnable passed to Beasley for the points. Dan Malone kicked the point, making the count ASC 41, Victoria 7. The Rebels' rock-ribbed defense again threw the Pirates back deep in their own territory. An attempted punt from the 4 was partially blocked, and returned to the 15. Bill McRee moved to the 2, then plunged for the points. Victoria wound up the night's scoring by intercepting a pass and moving to paydirt on the accurate arm of their quarterback, Billy Larson. After three straight completions, he flipped to Abercrombie for the tally, leaving ASC with a 34 point margin of victory. VICTORIA BOWS BY 34 YOU CAN'T CATCH ME! Asc 34, CAMERON 7 Playing in the first Pioneer Conference game for both teams, the Cameron Aggies went down before the same over- powering offense that had rolled up eight successive victories. Sophomore Quarterback Ion Schnable, directing the Rebels with finesse not found in many senior college players, combined with End lustin Rowland to complete 10 of 23 attempted passes good for 125 yards and two touchdowns. ASC hit paydirt in the first quarter with Schnable carrying the mail around right end, climaxing a 56 yard drive which took only 7 plays. Ion also tacked on the conversion, giving the Blue and White a 7-0 lead. The Rebels again hit paydirt in the first quarter, with Schnable again playing the key role in the score. He flipped a short pass to Tom Beasley in the end zone. Again the conversion was good. The Aggies, fighting back, scored for their only time with less than a minute left in the first quarter. Quarterback Iackie Martin hit End Gil Gfel with a pass right up the middle from the Rebel 19. Martin also kicked goal, making the first half score read ASC 14, Cameron 7. The Confederates scored twice in the third period. Schnable again threw his way to paydirt, making connections with Kenny Williams on the Cameron 5. Williams went over standing up for ASC's third touchdown, ending a 78 yard push which took 15 plays. The second unit was responsible for the next Rebel counter. Tackle Vernon Bielss recovered an Aggie fumble to set up the score. Ted Hicks sent Halfback Ray Walsh around end for the score, then added the point-after. ASC's last score came as Ronnie Graves crashed over center from the one with less than seven minutes left in the final period of play. Schnable again kicked goal, making the final tally ASC 34, Cameron 7. THE ROSE BOWL EXPRESS ROLLS ON DOWNFIELD BLOCKING ASC 40, RANGER U With the smell of roses getting sweeter with each victory, the ASC dread-naughts rolled on toward an undefeated season, crushing Ranger by 40-0. The Rebs started rolling up the score the first time they got the ball. Dan Malone returned Ranger's first punt to their 40, from where Kenny Williams moved to the 35. Malone again carried. this time all the way to the 4. The Ranger defense held gamely, and it was fourth down before powerful Ronnie Graves split the line from the 1. Ion Schnable converted. After holding the Rebels, who had again reached the four-yard line, Ranger took over. The Confederate defense forced a punt, which Malone returned to the 26. Williams scored from the one, making the scoreboard read ASC 13, Ranger U. Late in the first half, Freddie Arnold skirted right end, ran over a few Ranger defensemen, and romped 71 yards to the end zone for the final score of the half. In the third period Iohnny Reb struck twice more. Tom Beasley took a Schnable pass for 34 yards and entered the end zone untouched, capping a 69 yard drive from ASC's 31. Malone kicked goal. Ranger again failed to penetrate the Rebel defense, and the Confederates took over on the enemy 39. Iames Hyden roamed 37 yards to the double stripe, but a flag on the play nullified the score. Trying again, Hicks passed to Crowley on the 2. Hoskins piled over for the score. Hyden's extra point gave the Rebels a 34-0 lead. The third-string backfield played the final quarter for ASC, driving for one more score. Starting from Ranger's 37, seven plays took the ball to the 13, from where Allen Schlosser circled right end for the TD. The ASC team thus rolled up its ninth consecutive triumph, and its second over Pioneer Conference opposition. ANOTHER STEP CLOSER 32 nin- SNOW, MUD-AND VICTORY ASC 32, TARLETON 0 Rolling toward the roses, ASC's indomitable Rebels stopped along the way long enough to recapture the historic Silver Bugle from their old rivals, the Tarleton Plowboys. Avenging last year's loss, the Confederates rolled through the snow and rain for two scores in the second and third quarters and another in the fourth. After a scoreless first period, Dan Malone ended a 59 yard drive by crossing left guard for the first points of the game. With 2 minutes left in the first hall, Freddie Arnold climaxed another long drive, this time from the Tarleton 35 yard line. Hoskin's 21 yarder to the 21 and Arnold's 14 yard scamper to the 3 highlighted this march to paydirt. The third quarter saw the Rebel attack continue undiminished. A faulty punt gave the Rebs possession on the I- TAC 28 yard line. Malone and Schnable drove to the 6, from where Schnable plunged over for the marker. Schnable also booted the point to give ASC a 19-U lead. The last TD of the third period came as Freddie Arnold rolled around right end for seven yards and the score. He crossed the goal line unhampered, as a fine block by Don Hoskins at the three cleared the way. ASC inflicted her last damage against the Plowboys late in the final stanza. Freddie Arnold gathered a punt in on the Rebel's 29 and pushed to the Tarleton 27. Hoskins ran right up the middle to the 5. Hyden crossed the line standing up for the TD. With 3 minutes remaining in the game, the score stood ASC 32,1-TAC 0. Three minutes later ASC again possessed the Silver Bugle. ASC 32, TARLETON U l A WE M 4r.,,.,,,..,..,----v-ew Q7--A -WM - W , .., - - . . , " RIGHT OUT OF HIS HANDS! ASC 38, SAN ANGELO 2 Despite the heroic efforts of Charles Schlemmer, the men from ASC climaxed the best season in the history of Ar- lington State College and settled back to await the bid to the Iunior Rose Bowl, as they romped over San Angelo Iun- ior College to the tune of 38-2. Although the Rams jumped into an early lead as a faulty snap from center deep in the ASC end of the field gave them a safety, good for 2 points. The Rebels came to life in short order, however. Schnable sneaked over from the three to climax a drive from the Ram's 37. Hyden split the uprights to give ASC a 7-2 lead. ASC's next score resulted from an interception by Iustin Rowland. Ronnie Graves scored from the 2. Schnable again showed his ability as a passer after recovery of a San Angelo fumble. He hit Rowland for 5 to the Ram 29, then threw to Williams for the score, making the count ASC 19, San Angelo 2. Following a Ram quick-kick, the Rebs took over on their own 48. Walsh and Hyden carried the mail to the Ram 10, where Hicks hit Walsh with a perfect spiral for the score. Opening the final stanza, Schnable took over a toss from Schlemmer and weaved and danced his way through the entire Ram team for six more tallies for ASC. Not satisfied, Schnable gathered another tally for himself as he roamed 18 yards for another ASC score. Kokosin- ski made good on the point try, leaving the Rebels with a perfect season and the assurance of the Iunior Rose Bowl bid. THE END OF A PERFECT SEASON ASC 41 56 55 61 96 48 75 55 80 63 85 68 N4 , J BASKETBALL Opponent Decatur Baptist 71 Paris 65 Navarro 56 Navarro 54 Weatherford 68 Paris 76 Decatur Baptist 79 San Angelo 67 Wharton 53 Paris 48 Schreiner 83 NTSC 64 4Mf42 ASC 92 98 65 101 53 61 70 67 99 68 93 75 fJilff1QQ K , 8, vi eb Q 2,72 5, f ii 4, Q Q, 5 p , , .H I I 1 .3 Opponent Weatherford 83 San Antonio 62 Schreiner 63 Ranger 83 Cameron 69 San Angelo 68 Tarleton 82 Cameron 98 NTSC 77 San Angelo 58 Ranger 54 Tarleton 71 Xiu! 'tif I its-ag ij SWE 1 . ,Q ' eg L gp, l, . I Y , 5 E r f Q dx standing, left to right: Danny McCormack, Tommy Davis, Rogers Henderson, Warren Wyrick, Rob ert Henderson, Tommy Case. kneeling, left to right: Billy Chapman, Leslie Sells, Dave Campbell, Wayne Crowley, Don Davis Iames Ullrich. ASC 55, NAVARRO 56 The Navarro cagers invaded the ASC gym Decem- ber 9, ind left with a one-point victory. After trailing by eight points with three minutes to play, the Rebels had pulled to within one point when time ran out. The game's opening moments were marked by frequent changes of the lead. Five such exchanges were made in the first seven minutes. Dave Campbell again led the Rebels. scoring 13 points, followed by Robert Henderson with ll. ASC 61, NAVARRO 54 At last coming into their own, the Confederates' po- tential began to assert itself. Although trailing by four at the half, the final tally saw ASC the winner by seven points. Dave Campbell, the Rebels' only sophomore, paced the attack with 22, while Iames Ullrich was the only other Rebel to hit the double figures, with ten. High- point for the Bulldogs was Braden, who hit for 24. This was the Rebels' first victory of the year, and it bore out Coach Tinkers' prediction that all the team needed was experience. Tommy crams another one ASC 41, DECATUR 71 Arlington State's Rebels, all freshmen except Dave Campbell, took the floor in the Decatur Tournament against Decatur Baptist in their first game of the year. Don Davis, with 12 points, took high scoring honors for the first game, with Kenny Robinson scoring nine to finish in the runner-up spot. For Decatur, Walker was high with 17, followed by Boren, Weidner, and Strick- land ASC 56, PARIS IC 65 The fledgling Rebel cagers took to the hardwood again the next day against the Paris Eagles. Dave Campbell led the team in total points, scoring 13. Although the ASC point total of 56 was quite respectable, the even1y-bal- anced Paris attack proved to be too much. High-point man for the game was the Eagles' Coe, who rang the cords for 14. The Rebel's inexperience was ob- vious, as several mechanical mistakes hurt them badly. McCormack pushes it up Hey, where's the ball? ASC 96, WEATHERFORD 68 With their two diminutive guards, lames Ullrich and Danny McCormack, leading the way. the Rebels ran over Weatherford IC to the tune of a 31-point victory. Ullrich -tallied 24 points to qualify as high-point man, while Mc- Cormack followed closely with 23. Dave Camp- bell and Don Davis rounded out the roster of those who hit in the double digits. The out- come of the game was never in doubt, as the Rebels jumped oil to an early lead and length- ened it steadily throughout the contest. ASC 48, PARIS 76 Taking the road to Dragon-land, the Rebels fell again into their losing ways. Although their rapidly-developing guard, Iames Ullrich, and reliable Dave McCormack did their bits, scoring ll and 14 points respectively, their suport simply wasn't sufficient to make up the difference. This game left the Confederates with a 2-4 won-lost record. Dawson, of Paris. led the scoring column with an almost-unbe- lievable 32 points. ASC 75, DECATUR 79 Opening the Howard County Tourney, the Rebels dropped a close one to Decatur, 79-75. Although the men from ASC commanded a nine-point lead at the half, they were unable to hold it, and the final tally saw them behind by four. McCormack was the top scorer for the Rebels again, with 22, while little Iames Ullrich, with 18, was close behind. The Rebels' im- provement continued to be evident, as they played a better brand of ball with each contest. ASC 55, SAN ANGELO 67 National Champion San Angelo College, finding Arlington State's Rebels just a little tougher than ex- pected, had to go all-out to emerge with a 12-point victory. Led by the Big Three, McCormack, Campbell, and Ullrich, the Confederates fought all the way, but didn't have the horses. Campbell got 18, McCormack 16 and Ullrich 13. Henderson lays it up ASC 85, SCHREINER 83 Meeting Schreiner Institute for the first time, the Rebels took advantage of a weak defense to come out on the long end of an 85-83 score. With Campbell, Ull- rich, McCormack, Don Davis, and Tommy Davis all hitting in the double figures, the men from ASC were still hard-pushed to avert defeat. For Schreiner the top man was Glaze with 23, followed by Robinson and Cole with 18 and 17. This victory brought the Rebels' won-lost record to 5-6. ASC 68, NTSC 64 Aided by two Eaglet errors in the final minute ol play, the Rebels evened the year's won-lost record at 6-6. Leading at half-time by eight points, the Rebs were pushed hard in the second half, but the scoring of Don Davis and Iames Ullrich kept them in the lead. The Eagles pulled to within four points of the Confed- erates, but two losses of the ball due to faulty passing kept them from taking home the victory. Campbell cuts Don hooks it in ASC 80, WHARTON 53 With Don Davis, the Rebel center, hitting big for the first time, the Rebels had no trouble with the Whar- ton Pioneers in the final game of the tourney. Davis, who garnered 17 points, led the pack, with McCormack and Campbell right behind him. After jumping off to a 41-19 half-time lead, the Rebels coasted the rest of the way. David Campbell and Danny McCormack were given honorable mention on the all-tourney team se- lected by the coaches. McCormack tied for second place in the toumey scoring race, with an 18 point av- erage on 54 points. ASC 63, PARIS 48 After bowing twice to the Paris Dragons, the Rebels finally defeated them by the score of 63-48. Sporting a 36-19 lead at half-time, the Confederates rolled to vic- tory on the accuracy of Campbell and McCormack, who tallied 18 and 15. With Ullrich and Tommy Davis also rippling the net for the double digits, the Rebels' continually improving attack began to give certain parties cause for concern. Robert comes around for two ASC 101, RANGER 83 Rolling up their highest point total of the season, the Rebels rolled to an easy 18-point victory over the hap- less Ranger Bulldogs on Ranger's own court. Paced by high-point man Iames Ullrich, who gathered in 28 points, the Rebels led by 15 at half-time. During the second half the offense slowed down, and the final tally showed only a three-point extension of the lead. Campbell hit for 19, McCormack 13, Don Davis ll, Robert Henderson 12, and Tommy Davis 14. ASC 61, SAN ANGELO 68 ASC 92, WEATHERFORD 83 With Danny McCormack racking up 32 points to take scor- ing honors for both sides, Arlington State's hard-pushing Rebels rolled up their fifth straight win at the expense of the men from Weatherford IC. Big Don Davis poured 22 points through the hoop, followed by Campbell and Tom Davis with nine. All the Rebels in uniform saw action in the contest. ASC 98. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE 62 With Bill McRee and -Bruce Couch, two of ASC's National Champion football players, added to the team, the rampaging Rebels took the road to Kerrville. In the first game of the Schreiner Tourney. Iames Ullrich and Dave Campbell scored 25 and 24 as SAC attempted to stem the tide. Tommy Davis hit for 12, Don Davis for 10. and Danny McCormack rang the cords for 18. As Schreiner took the measure o fthe Southwest Texas "B" team. it was ASC vs. Schreiner in the finals. ASC 65, SCHREINER 63 With little sharpshooter Iames Ullrich leading the way the Rebels defeated the men from Kerrville by the scanty margin of two points to take the title of Tournament Champions. Ull- rich, Campbell, McCormack and Don Davis hit in the double figures for the Rebs, while Schreiner could point to Glaze, Pierot. and Robinson. Although Schreiner led by three at the- half, 36-33. the Confederates fought back and emerged on the- long end of the score, with a last-second jump shot by Bruce- Couch providing the winning points. ASC 53, CAIVIERON 69 The Rebels saw their eight-game winning streak fall apart at the seams, as All-American Homer Watkins dropped 21 points through the hoop to down the Confed- erates in their first conference game. The hustling but out-manned Rebels fought to a tie score ten times and at one point held a six-tally lead, but the Aggies scored eleven straight to sew up the victory. At half-time the count read 20-all, and with 7:30 left it was 46-46. With Dave Campbell hitting for 22, Danny McCormack for 16. and Don Davis for 10, the Rebels gave the San Angelo College Rams a healthy scrap before bowing, 68-61. At half-time the count was knotted. 34-34, but the Con- federates couldn't maintain the pace. For San Angelo, the top scorers were Hood with 23 and Lock with 10. ASC 70, TARLETON 82 Bragg Stockton. the Pioneer Conference's leading scorer, aroved to be too much for the Rebs as he dropped in 31 points or the Plowboys. McQueary also hit the double figures for he men from I-TAC, with 21. Arlington's high was 24, scored by Iames Ullrich. He was followed by Don Davis, who popped lie net for 16. At the half, the Farmers led by only two, but E the second half the Rebels seemingly did nothing but foul. the last five minutes the Plowboys picked up ten points on ree throws. It was a closely-fought contest until this. ASC 67, CAMERON 98 The Cameron Aggies again defeated the Rebels, this time rith much greater ease than before. Homer Watkins led the ray to triumph for the Aggies, with 23 points in the first half. he men from Oklahoma jumped off to a tremendous early rad, and boasted a 45-19 lead at half-time. For the Rebels, ommy Davis led, with a total of 17. Ullrich and McCormack 'ere next, with 12 apiece. ASC 99, NORTH STATE TEXAS FROSH 77 After dropping their last four games in a row, the Confed- rates moved back into the winner's circle by blasting the TSC Frosh, 99-77. Don Davis had the biggest night of the eason, as far as his personal point total was concerned, rip- ng the net for 28. McCormack, Ullrich, and Tommy Davis so broke into the double figures. Never behind, the Rebels in up a quick six point lead, and soon extended it to twelve ith but seven minutes gone. For NTSC, the scoring leader as McLaughlin, followed by Iohnson and Frierson. ASC 68, SAN ANGELO 58 After rolling to a 12-5 lead in the first four minutes of play, the Confederates hung on through two San Angelo rallies and emerged on the long end of a 68-58 score. In a free-scoring game, the Rebels saw the lead dwindle until at the three-quarter mark the scoreboard read 48-45. From here the Rebs extended their advantage, until it reached the ten-point mark which they maintained until the end of the game. For the Rebels, McCormack was high with 20, followed by Ullrich with 14 and Don Davis with ll. ASC 75, TARLETON 71 Danny drives through ASC 93, RANGER 45 In a game which closer resembled a practice than a conference contest, the Rebels ran all over the s1ow-mov- ing Bulldogs from Ranger lunior College. Using a full- court press, the Confederates scored almost at will most of the night, while it was all the Bulldogs could do to tally a point. During the wild, confused game, the Blue- and-White hit the net for 20 field goals more than Ranger could manage, with a total of 34. McCormack led the ASC scoring, with 21, closely followed by Ullrich and Campbell with 20 and 17. The season's finale saw the Rebels defeat their arch-rival, I-TAC, in a :lose, bitterly-fought duel to the wire. Playing a slow, deliberate game. the Rebels commanded a 18-13 advantage midway in the first period, when a full- :ourt press took over. At half-time, the Confederates were ahead by 39-30, but the Plowboys fought to a three-point deficit with but three minutes to play. Hanging on grimly, the Confederates battled until the final buzzer signalled mother ASC victory. For ASC, Danny McCormack led the "hit parade," while Dave Campbell was close behind. Bragg Stockton, Tarleton's hot-shot scoring eader, managed to gamer but ll, placing him seventh in game scoring. AQ rg w kk S Hurry back! Hot Stutti K I -xv What's California got we ain't got? H91'9'S the Sef'UP - - The Sweetheart .... Almost game time 8 'tv' Of the Iodies. Heads or tails? Malone carrying . . . nuff said? This is a hole?? 'nis ' -gi-my,-gg 751. . Q T H , Q 351- ,V , rv- ' .' 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X u W 3 e ' Q K AV,. l I J, 6 'fs I W. or , Here comes Bloss. See You next Year!! How could we lose? A V6 fl 8111811 5' V mmm ufffff gf' Ache "1-'x-ft Y--L1 t xl 'X ,ff?lL Through the years Arling- ton State College has ob- tained many friends. Because of the support of our friends in Arlington, Fort Worth. and Dallas, the events recorded in this book have been made possible. These friends have chosen to support Arlington State College by taking ad- vertising space in the 1958 REVEILLE. ' .' Nt X1 .X X l ii 4-xml x 5 if x 'tl lxyx x txt x x X 1 W xr" N 1 X 1 Xi X x xt ,XX ,N X XX xx x xy ' X x xx 6 X M X N tx y xxN K X x s,xx X lx 5 xxx X x X xxx ' X A , 'X ,x X x l K o xx x X , . wx 1 t Q , x N ' K - -Q . -'7 " k .' f' ML ,-3 -h.. Ll- '- "':7.-,l'5- .. '- Z ?wz6l4442zoom7Zeed4 -----'7t'4 744 College Exchange Store MILITARY SUPPLIES ACCESSORIES We N8 9 BOB COOKE 'NC' FORD 201 w. MAIN DEALER ARLINGTON Sales - Service RICHARD N. fDic:kJ COFFEE INSURANCE-FlRE-AUTOMOBILE-ALLIED LINES 111-A West Main Street Arlington, Texas Qffice CR 5-2193 Home CR 4-9993 With Brilliant Thunderbird Power 201 East Division CR 5-2751 G I5 x O no 31? -11 ' Q ' S l llVE BETTER A 1" t - ai' Congratulations, graduates! As you to help you work better . . . and live take up the challenge of the years better . . . electrically! that lie ahead, you can count on me G ' Your Electric Helper TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY A good start on a 0011 FUTUR As a member of the Class of 1958, you're of to a good start! May we congratulate you . . . and wish you every success in the years to come. HUMBLE OIL 81 REFINING COMPANY Wczadefzgfzclff -f cg 00 6' q BUICK gf- ig,f"?W.: Arlington Irving Carrollton .W i F I-11.7 f - -- V A X O ll N . W ,.w. Calf - 4 1-xl view v'eFreshedw.ll1 vmcnfnvabm' l I E eel 1 T A Y I. O R ' S H O E S HCRADLE To COLLEGE' Largest Distributors 216 West Main Cr 5.2149 Walter B. Taylor, Owner of FRESH and FROZEN 9 JOHNSTON 5 ERUITS and VEGETABLES I STUUIU fi CFllllEllll SHOP . tb EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC in e 318 East Abram Phone Cr 5-2367 Fast Free Delivery lreslx-lmm l'xe'xllls 7:49a 'e fem!! Durga PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Featuring a Complete Line of Drugs ' Toiletries ' Cigars ' Candy ' Soda And Many Other Items A R L I N G T O N 903 E. Park Row Sylvan Heights CR 4-5531 roar wonm DALLAS EN , wucuum mms LUBBOCK 'E COMPANY ABILENE .H so V LONGVEW i s M EEUU 'QPQNIIAU Luke Sales and Service . 400 East Division in ,9 g . 1 Pontiac -Company CR 5-3371 Arlington, Texas 5 iz if 1 ' ia, 1 ' gf Eg 1 V 1 i s iiee 'F A z 1 1 of iiiiie iii1ee 1 RUDY MATLOCK DRUGS Cannon No. 1-Carter Field Drug NO- 2-WM Phdfmv Nursery and Floral Co. CR 4-6131 100 South Center Arlington, Texas Flowers for All occasions 512 W. Division Cr 5-2731 On the Hi-Way Midway Office Supply Babcock Bros. Auto Supply Authorized Agency Royal Typewriters W. A. Whitley, Manager SELL-RENT-REPAIR ,,Y b e at our DRAFTING SUPPLIES OU' mog':g'coc'fcY1h':Z',, Y 214 E A . - - - ' ost bram Phones Cr 4 6811 Cr 4 6800 H4 East Abram SL Cr 4-9733 -IS THE T. PLACE 'ro GO IN ARLINGTON r I n s 1 N A?'I' I o -1. BANK o IN ARLINGTON Shoes For The Entire Family .IARMAN - VALENTINE - ACROBAT OSCAR J. WEBER 104 W. Main Owner CR 5-2303 WATCHES EIAMONDS JEWELRY Uewelers WITH NFIDEN E CURTIS SKINNER 12OS.C T OWNER ene 5251 B U T T S OLDSMOBILE AND CADILLAC C O M P A N Y sALEs AND SERVICE 711 East D een Phone Cr 5-2628 Delles Phone Andrew 2-4756 A I ngto Texas B DDIES Super Markets Fort Worth - Arlington B B W? 'F Q5 MITCHELIJS DEPARTMENT STORE Your Official Redemption Center for Scottie Stamps 208 E. Abram Arlington MILLS LAUNDRY AND CLEANING Pick Up and Delivery 205 E. Main CR 5 2173 happy king CR 5-2816 I Terry-Wallace Drugs Over 20 Y Leading Druggisf 101 E Main Ph CR52I08 HIGH Flllflll BUlE'S SPORT AND RECORD SHOP R d Alb f r Gifts and G d All Top Hits FZX, Q HiFi -rg--1 1502 E Ab O 1 CR 4 7282 l X X. Audio ' xg ,ff Ll WYAT'l"S FO0D STORES 500 East Abram CR 4-4076 JLG. Duncan Malbillgas-1Bum1tmue Gas Wholesale Distributor Tel. Cr 5-2111 Your Friendly 119 Wes? Abram Sf. Res. Tel. Cr 4-7172 Magnolia Dealer M 1!l1"fl'4EL ff P 2 I ixv sk 5, V? , Lf, "f 1, , Msfsfwsfw Siam W gpg: H 'flaw fm: 3:i5,g,gfx.?b9fg2',. 5 Y AW ,jqfa fi.-.Ai is Q A fr ' 'iw M COCA-COL BOTT LING CO FGRT WORTH A I- C ff h Campus Cleaners and Laundry I' In 'EOD O ee 9 S op Pick-up and Delivery WE SPECIALIZE IN STEAKS Exclusive Licensed Sta-Nu Plant ' FRIED CHICKEN, AND SEA FOOD E. A. Roberson and J. E. Roberson 1 H8 W. Main Phone CR 5-3873 Across Street from the Gym N Arlington, TCXCIS CR Kenwsawym' Bondurant Brothers All CLASSES OF INSURANCE -REAL ESTATE- Groceries-Megfs-Vegefobles Phone Cr 5-2869 103 South Center Phone Cr 5-2188 115 w. Abram A"inQ'O"f Texas ARLINGTON STATE BANK Arlington SOLICITS AND APPRECIATES YOUR BANKING BUSINESS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Q' manor!! V 1:Alv6!!l,HTu.-':1-- A . Szfrving Arlington Sinfzf 1910 HUGH M. MOORE 8. SONS FUNERAL HQME 519 W. Division AR5-2711-12 PARK ROW PHARMACY NO. 1 801 Park Row Arlington, Texas COSMETICS-COMPLETE SODA SERVICE CAMERAS-HOSIERY-CANDIES CITY WIDE FREE DELIVERY Phone CR 5-1151 ARMY-NAVY STORE ROTC Drill Shoes-Peak Caps lvy Leagues, Levi and Lee Blue Jeans Converse All-Stan' Basketball Shoes and Gym Shoes 811 West Division CR 4-8016 "-"3 f ,Q I s,ls Q A , ' ' A 3 ' A sir'-H-Wm., ,V 'w i if ll! ww 4 ,4 wwf of f7l.mL5 . .. To +l1e s+uden+s ancl facully of Arling+on S+a+e College our sincere +hanlcs for +he privilege given in making +he pl'1o+ograpl1s conlainecl in Huis book. EKQQ ii , QW uh' as 9M"'y 20 South Koenigheim Street SAN ANGELO, TEXAS


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