Trinity University - Mirage Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)

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ADVERTISING - UH I x , . 2,1 ,Li ,- 'fx -' X " - ff -xN I . 1 . S S 3 - 'QQ f ' zz? gf' r '- 'Ti' eoocoooooo ,Q V C 11' ,s 'Q ooooooooooo,Q'Lf Xi 6 ge l K' 3 C I l I I O I I I O I l ,2 f! IA S F I O I I I Q Q O I O '. W ,V Q ,M 7 ff Q 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o o ibf f 1 L I.,,f"! ,j 4,51 ,I N 'twig Qiggga, I Q C C O Q I C I C I I K -N K . ,, x 'ATS Maxx .gs t- ' ,M r . as is ff' 4 ,L 1 112 illemory Of T. FRANK MURCHISON EDICATIO gg,-A,:f,i-Ai-if,if1 H-l. " - a A ig., ' ...X VE 7 ii 4.935 41 it i lx JY ,H ' " Ay' ., .l 1 V -' ' I H . if I J 'f Ay T. Frank Murchison was known as "Mr, Trinity." His interest in the university dated back to his matriculation in 1910 and continued through his graduation in 1914 until his death, November 11, 1955. His vision and his determination brought Trinity to its present "Sky- line Campus." As co-chairman ot the building committee he was instrumental in the decision to develop Trinity Hill along modern, functional lines rather than a traditional design, bringing to Trin- ity national recognition. His high standards for Trinity can be summarized in his aphorism, "There is no place for Trinity but the top." OREWORD This is the tale of your year at Tigerland-your joys, your hopes, your dreams and your disappointments. We have gathered within this volume the keys to unlock your own memories A 1 k ' ' s you oo back on this year of 1956 may each picture bring to your mind a special moment you treasure. IVERS When I first came I I . TY Z 1 k ff K Q 11' 1 X . A + ' i J-,,iZ,,,2 7 favyz- qw - . J W , f M X' X to Tflnlty . . . Q if 1' Q X , RT'he5 sf 'W f-1+-I r -'x f W5 x 7 5 f 'ff Q KK 5 Q -. xg! ,V F Qs: 8 AMP US . . . I was awed by the new Way of life, but . . . fum! W N Q :V " ' 1 I ' A y XX R Q ' WWW 'f - ' WEN qv ey QM ADMINISTRATIGN Trinity's Classroom-Administration building stands atop the highest point of the 107 acres constituting "Americas Most Modern College Campusf' This two story structure, the first building on the new campus, initiated the use of the revolutionary Youtz-Slick Lift Slab con- struction method to create a modern functional design in college buildings. a1mz1z: 'W ' ' ' " By day the center of learning t . . 1 t,flf"'jf 'fury' hy night a light on the hilltop. A,,,-v BUILDI Composed of an administrative wing, 27 classrooms, and a faculty office wing, the multi- level "Ad building" is the geographical center of the campus. Classes meet here from eight in the morning until ten at night with various class and club meetings sandwiched in between. Miles of halls to travel Wm I aww and faculty offices to visit DE T UNIO 312 ifviizk N with terraces providing a spectacular view of the ci Spacious and ideal for leisure 21CfiVifi6S - - . . and news from home and school The "living room" of our College home , MW BUILDI ......,,, AM 'ala ,Kgs " ,A . . and "Todays Top Ten" with a side order of gossip. F4 4. serving delicious "home cooked meals lqg,:,,:X, f f 7 , S 2 1' Q if 3 i STGRC George Storch M H LIBRARY emorial Library is built on two levels. The lower level is a periodical reading room and the upper level provides books for study and research. The art department is located on the second floor until the Fine Arts Building is completed. The formal gardens surrounding the Library were awarded one of the top honors in this year's A ' tion of Nurserymen contest. "Plant American." merican Associ , Q -. . - 3 I ii, Q- YEAZVM: . . , sg? ..w"a'El'v'g, Q' - . - , .- .."":f1,,2 ,y:fm:,f'.. . 6 . L . tt. 2 - t R966 -T' .f-3? 1 if ' . . . above th Sunshine and 3- flowers e ledge. Only a beginning SEMMES CHEMISTRY HALL First segment of the two win s d cl' g an a joining lecture hall which will make up the Science Building, the Thomas B. Semmes Chemistry Hall now houses all the scien ce departments. Chemistry and physics departments occu the fi tfl b for all courses. py rs oor, iology department uses the second, and psychology testing rooms are on the third. Classrooms as well as laboratories are provided v X 9' fs N, Mya ' 1- ? i -wx , sf W ,ag gf ,, sm-A 'E sw. mix MCFARLI E. B. and Myrtle McFarlin Dormitory for XVomen is situated on the western edge of the campus. Overlooking the hand and football practice fields, it is made up of three wings, capable of housing 160 women, and a lounge for entertaining. gtg s at Cl streamlined flat-top home. N Private balconies for li SPYHWHUS View - - A ' v Z P """ 4 ww-1fff" s Q, . A--,,s M4 Q .f w,A, it ' , ' iprlffl .1 P H W y " A 41 W emi- . -ML. f. i 4,,,.,f,4" 'W .f -.sw ff ,, ff 'nw , .f 1 -.. f ,f f 1--1 A . 4 rf f ' Av :fn f N 4,3 :..'fW" 2' 27'+wf-s' f' A yi 'A . ivvnrfw M .-Q... V- - - The wings are joined by two deck Covered ramp passage-ways. The rooms are arranged in suites of two for more companionable living. Ample closet space for large college wardrobes is provided. just right for early spring suntans E W5 M y H, , Www! ' I -f , 2. . - , , g ' 1 M Mfr- 'i , r L ,. f , , "' "lim:- . . . but a "ten mile" hike from everything else. MEN 'S N EW Men's New Dormitory, a handsome functional dormitory designed for comfortable living, is divided into North Hall and South Hall. These two three story wings accommodate 150 male residents. , ,.j 5 ig ...f x f' "i x s P x N' """""t' . i' "ti ' v N . X lx -., 3, ..- ,,, - '-is Hx , a - c . L' ,, diff L 'fi' X Q L 1 1 V KL v 1. ai still at the pioneering stage. A study in perspective DORMITORY Surrounded on all sides by chalky cliffs this dormitory sets at the lowest point of the campus. Louvers protect the balconies from glare and sun and assure privacy from traffic on the ad- jacent drive. Peering over the balcony . . . 1 ' ' K , ,, , V , tf ., V I x ' f V Y ,. ,-,,......--.-Q at acres of undeveloped campus URCHI O DORMITGRY The John W. Murchison Dormitory was the first one built on the campus. Its two wings of two stories each provide living quarters for 60 students. Each room is divided into a sleeping area and a study area by a bamboo curtain. The wings are separated by a lounge which provides another outstanding view of the skyline of the city. ' fa X xx l , i S., a Outdoor entrances on long balconies Y Q Q- .ity . - Q i glirg ,N -.x 'S -N: 'N i ggi, MR, mm . -' - ' , ifcdif-A -V M... I ' Mi' 5 .fi tv' 'XX J... -,,,. ,,.., 2 M - M . Rx 1 "Y---- -Q. .. 4 :MMI Ml Q X f , . A Ao, .glagiulg ybfhfs'-.,,4? JWYAQH' Wd shy' 'A' ..., . ., " '- , ,, , , , 1. e ' , yvineuw A ' 'J "ts" -wa,..J.- - H gi kigqziizvglgzxglifiiigwvxgzggtkgpaiplflI ,I einer fm:'t1'e'f'f..' V - f.wa,,f' size-may MM+-wigkaf' t i":"4flm' " if' P may as .hklxs in y M1 r N H V wt ep t 'ifmgd t 2 ,, A an in 5' 'L . N 'tr - , z ' ,,,, if X 'zd9Q5ii3i'?'if.' .i with benches for evening gab fests. ...-'-0-"" f t. M- --,.aY' W X , -f, I , M- ax 4 ,t ' 1' f ' U ,Muff PRESIDENTS HOME On the adjoining street is the President's Home. Provided by the university for its top administrator and his family, the house is built along the same style as the buildings on CHITIPUS. In the midst of a "Texas" forest. 4, at BARBECUE PIT The Barbecue Pit was built by members of the home building department to provide a place for student groups to have parties and meetings. It is located on the west end of the P.E. slab, which can be used for dancing and games at the get-togethers. Plenty of food for everyone DOR ITORY I TERIGRS B -Q after the personal tuueh has been added Q6 1 115 As nice as the room back home with a gathering place for friends. Qfcafx DMINISTRATI CN ...Soon I learned to identify the ccbig cats, 99 I f Y 1 f ' U 'X ,--'fn Q , I 4"ff d x si' N, -ix ' 7 ff l I . if P2 I ll BOARD OF TRUSTEES W. C. MILLER San Antonio Vive-Cfoairzzzfzzz FLOYD McGOWN, JR. San Antonio Secretary CARL G. JOCKUSCH San Antonio Trefz.f1n'er CLINT C. SMALL Austin C lmirnmzz ROBERT R. WITT San Antonio Serena' Vine-Cfmirzzmzz CARL F. PARKER San Antonio A iyrimzzzf Ser1'efm'J' JAMES W. LAURIE San Antonio COLONEL WILLIAM B. BATES Houston DR. ROBERT BOSHEN Fort Wforth DR. FRED E. BROOKS Austin JAMES H. CALVERT San Antonio HENRY COFEIELD Marfa MRS. ANDREW G. COWLES San Antonio LESLIE A. DOUGLAS San Antonio J. ERNEST FENDER Fort Worth EDWIN FLATO Corpus Christi JOE H. FROST SR. San Antonio UIIjI'6l'.fj.'.J' Pzeridefzf MRS. L. C. GRIFFITH San Antonio THE RT. REV. EVERETT H. JONES San Antonio MRS. IKE S. KAMPMANN San Antonio CHARLES S. LAMBIE Amarillo C. E. McCUTCHEN Wichita Falls E. B. McFARLIN San Antonio THE REV. M. EWING McPHAIL Baytown DR. JASPER MANTON Dallas DR. KENNETH L. MAULDIN Dallas O. R. MITCHELL San Antonio MAURICE T. MOORE New York, New York FRANK D. NEWTON Jacksonville MRS. GEORGE PARKER San Antonio THOMAS B. SLICK San Antonio FORREST M. SMITH San Antonio ARCH S. UNDERWOOD Lubbock JOHN w. WATSON Albuquerque, New Mexico JOHN D. WHEELER San Antonio DR. T. WILBANKS Texarkana HORACE E. WILSON Amarillo PRESIDENT'S PAGE This is the year of the "Pioneer Class of '56." I feel particularly close to those of you who are receiving degrees from Trinity University this year. You are the first Trinitonians whom I have known personally from the very beginning of your freshman year through graduation. You are also the first class to spend four complete undergraduate years on Trin- ity Hill. Not many of you were enrolled here on that memorable day of May 13, 1952, when students and faculty members assisted in moving Trinity from the Woodlawn Campus to the present site. Most of the Pioneer Class joined the Trinity family the following September. But during the semesters that followed, you helped write one of the most exciting "Tiger Tales" in the long history of Trinity. When you arrived, we had a beginning campus of three buildings, sur- rounded by rocks, cacti, mud, and a few spots of undernourished greenery. Over four short years, your University developed almost miraculously into a handsome array of sixteen modern, functional build- ings, beautifully landscaped. In a very real sense, "Americas most modern university campus" is a tribute to the Cooperation, the patience, and the understanding of the members of your Pioneer Class. Trinity's trustees and administrative officials will always remember the wonderful spirit with which you adjusted to the un- usual problems that followed activation of the Skyline Campus. As you know by now, from close association with a great and growing University, the operation of an educational establishment is no small task. Your warm and friendly attitude has tempered our moments of discouragement. Your accomplishments have inspired an acceleration of support from friends of Trinity everywhere. Your University salutes the "Pioneer Class of '56," and commends you as an example to all who follow you into the halls of Trinity. JAMES WOODIN LAURIE President 0 the Ufzzzferfzty Q if w.V wg, .r is . X X B . TQ 4? .7 X '5 1 1 -ie' v 'S 1- l"1ii' ' ' Xxx w r. Aj. .fr 'wmtfi Q57 "ft1"Z-ff? ' "0 .-M if "fi if ' 1:4 ff 5- :fc - fr .ri riffs to if f .Lf 1' .f-jf .5 nr, ..g , .' M Y K nf! M Z' ff I ,gr X l .X gi rr MARION BRUCE THOMAS Demi of fine U1ziz'e1'.fiiy jabe L. Bostwick, former vice president of the National Association of Deans and Advisors of Men, assumed his duties as Dean of Student Life in April, 1955. His experience as a dean and counselor spans 26 years and includes assignments at the University of Minnesota, the University of New Mexico, serving for two years as a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy, first as education officer in the Navy V-12 program at the University of Michigan, and then as commanding officer of the V-12 program at Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington. Dean Bostwick, a native of Seville, Ohio, first at- tended Denison University, Granville, Ohio. He re- ceived a bachelor's degree in geology from Wooster College, Ohio, in 1927, and a year later earned his master's in geography and physiography from Colum- bia University. He has completed a year and a half of study toward the doctorate at Harvard University. DEANS Dr. Bruce Thomas came to Trinity as Dean of the University in 1947. From August, 1950, to Decem- ber, 1951, he served as Acting President. An Alabaman, Dr. Thomas received the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1931 and the Master of Arts degree the following year with a major in English from the University of North Carolina. While teaching at Vanderbilt, he worked on a Doctor's degree in Enga lish, completing his requirements in 1939. Dean Thomas was Dean of Brenau College from 1945 to 1947, following a tour of duty as field direc- tor with the American Red Cross with the Fifth Marine Division in the Pacific. He had been Chair- man of the department of English at Brenau from 1959 to 1942. . i irsiftii 1 fi ,. ,, C., ra JABE L. BOSTWICK Dean of Student Life ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS Mrs. Higgins came to Trinity University in September of 1949 to take over the position as Dean of Women. Born in California, she received her B.A. degree in 1948 from Stanford University and her M.A. degree in 1949 from the same university. Mrs. Higgins served in the Waves from 1943 to 1945. JACOB UHRICH Claai1'11m11 of Gmdzmte Council 414 , an V O I I 6 0 gwffl 9 I VIVIAN HARPER HIGGINS Dean of 1170771612 4.-..,....,.V FELIX H. ULLRICH Diferfor of SZIIIIIIIEI' 5 e,r,ri011 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS Uv' r-sos-W"""dw' 'W' -if SMH yygos .wif A 'i it CARL F. PARKER NELLE A. ROBINSON C. H. PEREA Business Manager Director of Admissions Registrar A.B., Bryson College M.A., Southern Methodist M.A,, Waghingtgn Stare U'1'1lV61'Slty Cgllege MRS. O. H. LAAS DORMITORY COUNSELORS N of Pictured CLARK, MRS. LILLIAN Mens' New Dormitory MAHAN, MARY McFarlin Dormitory SNEED, BILL Men's New Dormitory TIDMORE, MRS. RENA McFarlin Dormitory MRS. JESSIE ENGLAND McFarlin Dormitory NORTON B.A., West Texas McFarlin Dormitory State College ACULTY V lf: . - puzzle the prof s H 1- i- M4 2:-4 pf-wg ag ff l ', I Ki 1 bd-.f."-V A I F Kiwi, ' X fix N fff' 1- L , 5, , ff- X ' L if - f, - 1X - Z ' 521 'iJ""Q"X 'ffl X 1 , 'QQ ' g ' ., R Val? WW QW, QQX fx SW AS SU WN ff 'X Wm Wx fi? afif JK if A 'fwzrlfsf 'ii 4l!"'V"""" SI ww- .pun-. FACULTY . . . WILLIAM R. ANDERSON Art, Instructor B.A., Trinity ANTHONY V. BARNES Mathematics Assistant Professor Head of Department M.S., Oklahoma A8cM FRED BEosoN R.o.T.c., M-sgi. KATHRYN BOWEN Foreign Languages Associate Professor M.A., Columbia University FRANCES CARP Psychology Associate Professor Ph.D., Stanford JEAN AUTRET Modern Languages Associate Professor Ph.D., Chicago University DORIS WILLAMS BARTH English Instructor M.A., Trinity E. J. BOND Foreign Languages, Instructor B.A., George Washington University JESS G. CARNES History, Associate Professor Ph.D., Cornell C. W. COYNE R.O.T.C., Major B.B.A., Texas Tech EUGENE A. CRAIG Assistant Professor Psychology Ph.D., University of Colorado MAUDE B. DAVIS Education, Professor M.A., University of Chicago DONALD E. EVERETT History, Assistant Professor Ph.D., Tulane CHARLES H. HEIMSATH Humanities, Professor Head of Department D.D., .Northwestern FRANCES HENDRICKS History, Professor Head of Department Ph.D., University of Illinois R. H. DANIEL R.o.T.c., Mfsgt. RAY S. ERLANDSON Business Administration Associate Professor Head of Department M.A., George Wasliington WILMA L. EISCHER Art, Instructor B.S., University of Texas STAR M. HEIMSATH Religion and Philosophy Associate Professor Ph.D., Yale ALBERT HERFF-BEZE Music and Humanities Associate Professor Pupil of Walter Damrosch, Rudolph von Liebich, Frank St. Leger, Marguerite Robertson, Harold Bauer, Madame 'Maria Ascarra ,,,,,'-D 1 .y. ,m..i, 'N t' , I , .1 ,.,y 9 - 4 W. -I ' V VC av' gg J mv, ' . 5 1' iw V , s Y H 1- :pg t af' I 'N A 'I 53? -as 1 ,. i 1 i.afi-.,- if-Tw yy 6 .V . ,V I f 'A zii 'is Wu-. is 116, 1- , 5,7 If 7 K ii, tp I Q M I , V, '43,- 'i 1 ,Q I i I V f f XX pgs W 5 . s -if he 3, lr' X " : ,fo,' A lb ' .,,:.:,.,:.. ,- 5 F ffm 5 Q' Q QR TUX. .GUM ,ff f Irrgfrsy i ff i 5 , ,gi Ai ., 1 5 .. I 3- it at ts. Fifi: Sf"1s.,, ti , i g Sp . 5 .vt I if ii ,K t . . ., I s iq-iv t 1 1 3 ii ' y my it ,ff , an FACULTY . . . RUSSELL C. HINOTE Health and Physical Education Instructor BS., University of Illinois WILLIAM J. HYDE ROBERT E. HUNTER Government, Assistant Professor M.A., University of Wisconsin English, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University of Wisconsin VIRGINIA JOINER Foreign Languages, Professor Head of Department Ph.D., University of Texas WILLIAM B. KEELING Economics, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University of Texas f-my X vivo' 1-ff WILLIAM A. KRATZ EUNICE KITCHELL Economics, Associate Professor Head of Department M.B.A., University of Texas Biology, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University of Texas ff' f -, W, , . ,,,.,,. 4 ,. ,w "1':,, , 21 . . . 1. .- A ' "" A A swf? . - I i MALCOLM G. MCCOWN Mathematics Instructor M.Ecl., Trinity INA BETH MCGAVOCK English, Associate Professor M.A., Vanderbilt WILLIAM M. MCGAVOCK Chemistry, Professor Head of Department Ph.D., University of Colorado FRANK R. NEFF, JR. Religion and Philosophy Associate Professor Th.M.,. Princeton Theological Seminary . . . MEMBER OWEN J. REAMER English, Associate Professor Head of Department Ph.D., University of Texas ADAH M. ROBINSON Art, Professor Head of Department Ph.D., Tulsa University NELLE A. ROBINSON journalism, Professor Head of Department M.A., Southern Methodist U . . n'VmtY MAL c. SCHRAUB Home Building Assistant Professor Head of Department M.A., Texas A8z'M ANN SCHWAB Foreign Languages Assistant Professor M.A., St. Mary's University PAUL J. SCHWAB Religion and Philosophy Professor Head of De artment P Ph.D., Yale PAUL L. SEABASE Physics, Instructor Head of Department Ph.D., Polytechnical University, Hungary ELOISE SEAY Business Administration Assistant Professor M.Ed., University of Kentucky SAM SELMAN Music, Assistant Professor Studied at the Julliard School of Music, with Oscar Seagle, the Royal Conservatory of Music of Brussels, Belgium, and the Academy of Music of Vienna. TOM P. SERGEANT Biology, Associate Professor M.S., Kansas State Teachers College E. C. SMITH Chemistry, Professor Ph.D., Cornell sv -it 4 is ' mt I silky , 2 tsX -S 'W 'ina-f. Q.. , ri -,, QSM Mm Sl' Q X 9 . 43' sa gf., X , I I cw P ,awww ,HWS xy , QQN a Q ,:. f' af f with fu M. Mwws 'Z -npmy. . f, s f C Q Q ff fx jf! X " 4 ff fP 2. AAAI' I . V., - Q . Wg: gif. 72' - fd, Q :wg aa nf' X If I xl 71 5 eg ,f I We x. f yfgyfwflflrf f X at nf, is 4 ,ff Q :lx I . . ZZSS? .4 E x -Wffgs if-4535 It . all 519881, ,,X,vi OXXQZSXZ f Ng, 7 R Q 8 Q f H5 117 Q e g ff fi X , fl V t I I 5 aw W .. .4 4 an W f f c ,, i A f ff f 9 it f f , WW f f X fi 4 1 Q 7 ffug W X X 9' O , ., ," ff N2 ' " if gym 1 iff! 0 198041 ? K f X f if , Y , if ,if 7 , " aff? 2:5 'I , FACULTY . . . JAMES C. SPALDING Religion and Philosophy Associate Professor Ph.D., Columbia FRANCES RICHTER SWINNEY Speech and Drama Assistant Professor M.Ed., University of Texas FELIX ULLRICH Education, Professor Head of Department Pl'1.D., University of Texas R. B. WESTKAEMPER Health and Physical Education Assistant Professor Head of Department Ed.D., Columbia WILLIAM F. WILSON R.O.T.C., P.M.S.8cT. M. A, STUCKEY Religion and Philosophy Assistant Professor Ph.M., Princeton Theological Seminary JACOB UHRICH Biology, Professor Head of Department Ph.D., University of Chicago PAUL T. WALTHALL Business Administration Instructor M.B.A., University of Texas HOUSTON R. WHEELER Health and Physical Education Assistant Professor M.S., North Texas State HELEN J. WINDHAM Health and Physical Education Assistant Professor M.Ed., University of Texas TAF F and pester the staff . NL 0 Y 2 ,.-":'..T'-7' ,flaw 4 I f -f U5 .2 L-' ' D H X, ,,,- 41 ' A f1'? ,,.--' -D - ..1- ,- ,. l. - ..-flex " ,...-----:'f-f1?-- +1-3 K 'ffgfzfag-555.7-. . .... - Z,Q'f"':"?5: ' QQ Y 41121. gs'-"' I . ,ir ',.'?v n surf I ' A'f,45"15' ""1 A . 1 IA .M I '----....?q X . L -g 1 ,1- iffmnv"" ,gre ,Wi 'Du , 'be STAFF GEORGIE DINN Athletic Coaches Secretary L. B. HIGGINS Assistant Registrar B.A., Trinity University WINLON KNOYWLES Football Line Coach M.A., North Texas State College PAT MITCHELL Student Union Director and Assistant to Counselors B.A,, University of Texas BLISS NORTON Field Representative M.A., University of Texas W. A. McELREATH Director of Athletics and Football Head Coach B.S., Vanderbilt JOE MUSGRAVE Director of Athletic Publicity B.A., University of Texas ANN PRICE Circulation Reference Librarian M.L.S., Our Lady of the Lake College .W 3 :W 1 kwa mn QW f-""""Q 'TPFMJI' sQ' .' f' I i' X -0 V ...Nr f A r - t r " I ff if at . gm "4 1 t -- MX x ly ' 'YS 'NR,d,,..- . hue' ww y ,tif x .: ,H . R .. Y g Z f fl ' W v-CY E X if 'Wqwgb Sign up here for future membership in the Democratic Dr. Reamer: absorption in the Miltonic education by candlelight. Party. Attend Neff's lectures on party platforms. Lady Silver removes those . . . spots. The McCarty-Miller office: Reamer dances for dimes' confused but comfortable. I-Iunter's summer recreation -at the race course. How does it pay, prof? Willing Willing prepares his choir which "willingly" publicizes Trinity. Miss Davis . . . The mighty bulwark of T. U. . since 1916. Caesar Schwab faces the calm future while the Frau smiles on. TUDEN TS Now I had joined the ranks C r H ly! X Q A '.X '4 . x,xl K' 'N Y x ,, f ' - . v' 'Il X753-ff X f N f qf fl w- X ni P -,fi , 5 ,IH L SENIORS The "Pioneer Class of '56" has at last reached the end of its college career. The class members have really pioneered with Trinity for they remember fish schools, an "Evening in Paris," Grande Courts and Damon's "food," Gnderdonk Hall, muddy paths, the glorious plans for the "saucer," the English Inn, biology labs in the Ad Building, the Dragnet Prophecy, and President Laurie's inauguration. They saw the opening of the coffee shop, the beginning of the home building department. the start of a classical languages major, and the construction of all but three of the buildings on the Trinity Hill. They can recall seeing Guenther Park take shape, grown trees suddenly appearing around the campus, and the Library gardens develop- ing from a wilderness. They opened the school social season this year with a gay Circus dance. The seniors have truly grown with Trinity. PRESIDENT Lloyd Miller VICE PRESIDENT Miriam Gonzalez-Gerth SECRETARY Margaret Bennett TREASURER Dixie Lee Grace Q E5 . gf ii ,Q ff D if xi Qs fa ff r-" -Zvi-T' TX ,lf , .8 ll: 9 liz, 1 ,ff 7 ,p Q I 1 it I I ,X xt CLASS FAVORITES 'JW vm Q mb, , S uw, ,T Q v Q Q- Q Sl X C 2 ' E' M, S me R S S: 4 4 :Qc W RAYMO D J DD MARGARET BENNETT 524.39 if f ,..,.ff -'-'- ft J .jf?ff,,::j' Q s- -5- M f ' ' f QQ Q f , 1, W ,uf - - bv 3 ,T , yv X Q f, , M. W , 5 . f f , 5 :12 , if "" 1 D W' Q , N., . ...er gzwf' W ,wwf ...xv ,. ef f U ax- fit a E IORS... 'a-we U . "" " , WN' . ABU MAIZAR, MUSA M. ABU KHADRA, JACOB jerusalem, jordan Gaza, Egypt ' fl ' 'E B- A., Efvfwfrliff, American Univer- B.A., G01'ef-im1ef1z,- American Uni- "" 'wg' N.. www sity of Cairo, Egypt 1. versity of Cario, Egypt 1, 2. 4 W ra . -lie , , by A L s5.Qj,3:.3 QQ K :, Aisunc if 1 3 1. Af .1 as QW- -, :": 4 -' ,f J? cf f J .K W! "" - ADAIR, HUGH D. ADAIR, THOMAS L. -f 4 Evanston, Illinois San Antonio NMMA izs -iA- A "4 if A "' 5 B.A., Hirloryf Alpha Chi 3, 4, Town B.S. Burinerr Administration' San 1 W-,gwa Club 4. Antonio College 1, 2, Tubec 3, 4, af Z-,. YK df . 3 Q, QW-tw R x 'Qwfsf 'WN N , fs Wie f ,,,,, 44 ff - if f., E 'W ff"-ff-.. , A 1 f A W", A - 443 Q X I 4 4 - 6 1' Q , Q f I A ,iff E Aa , ADKINS, KAYE San Antonio B.A., Home Buildizzg: Chi Beta Epsi- lon 1, 2, Kappa Iota Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Kappa Pi Sigma 3, 4, Secretary 4, Scho-Lea 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Student Christian Association 1, 2, Tubec 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Secretary 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4, Tigerland Princess 1, 3, Most Beautiful 2, 3, ROTC Candidate 1, Miss Home Show 4, Trinity's Texas A8zM Cotton Ball Representative 1, Pan American Ball Duchess 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Who's Who 4. BENNETT, DENVER J. Seminole, Oklahoma B.A. Religion: Oklahoma University 1, East Central State, Oklahoma 1. Treasurer 4. ARNECKE, CHARLES Kerrville B.S., Homebuildingg Rice Institute 1, Student Council President 4, Student Senate 3, Kappa Iota Chi 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, "T" Association 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 3, Vice President 3, Baseball 2, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Best All Around Athlete 3, Distinguished Military Student 3, Distinguished Military Graduate 4, Tigerland Duke 3, Who's Who 4. BENNETT, MARGARET E. Fort Sam Houston B.S., Social lV0rk,' Union Board Student Director 3, Alpha Chi 3, 4, Bios Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Scho-Lea 3 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, President 4, Symposium 2, Theta Sigma 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, junior Advisor 2, Calendar Committee 3, Tigerland Princess 2, Town Club 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 2, Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee 4, Who's Who 4. ...CLASS OF '56 BOWARD, ROBERT BRADDOCK, VIRGINIA C. San Antonio San Antonio B.S., I0ll7'fZ6ZIiJ'722,' Blue Key 3, 4, B.S., Elenzerztary Edufaziong Spurs Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Trinitonian 1, 2, 3. 1, 2, 3, 4. BRADFIELD, MARY LOUISE BAUM, ERNEST R. San Antonio Holton, Kansas B.A., Elementary Edumtiozzf Chi Beta B,A,, Hf.ff07'y,' University of Kansas Epsilon 2, Parliamentarian 2, Spurs City 1, Phillips University 2. 2, 3, 4, Custodian 3, junior Class Secretary, Junior Class Favorite, Town Club 1, 3, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4. BRINKLY, CLAUDE H., JR. CHAMBERLAIN, MARY LOUISE San Antonio San Antonio B.S., Physical Education' University B.A., Elementary Edumtionq San An- of Houston 2. tonio College 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Town Club 4. ff Fi S 2!ps '7U'k. in 5 if 'f' .4 , , In was s ay V ,L Q gl Y E I is A if gram 'sf X, rf ," 4- - ,ff MM? .., L WW' V CHANDLER, TAYLOR CHAPMAN, MARTHA C. I ii: MW f San Antonio San Antonio MN 'I . B.S., Cbemiytryg A8cM College 1, 2, B.S., Educaliong Kentucky Wesleyan N Q American Chemical Society 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, San Antonio College 3. was , 4, Secretary 3, Reporter 4, Freshman g K' V' Advisor 2. . QE. f . Sq: A ' fr. .N x, WNW R X SR w-ev .Y ,, X se l ...- ? im 'J IW D' 4 I -. , W 4 'ilz U 7 4 fx ,,1w""'TWfz, 4" Q sgffri ' ' ru ., -4 I Wim awp .1 X L I S , ,S ff SM RQ ,Q ...,. K 'iff ., .1A-1 R v , , . -W .1 gh-' 5:5 ., R 6 if .F V ' "Wifi ' x fa 4 . X 3 , -JN il ,t"U'4g Ate-.,, MM SENIORS . . . CARLSON, DOUGLAS G. San Antonio BS.. Home Bz1ildjug.' Kappa Iota Chi 3, Intramural 1, ROTC 1, 2. 3, -1, Second Lieutenant 3, First Lieu- tenant 3, Captain 4. CHEATHAM, MARCIA ESTHER Houston BA., Clvrirfitzzz Edlmzfiozz: Bios Club 1, Chi Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Christian Vocations Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4, Stu- dent Christian Association 1, 2, -l, Spurs 2, 3, 4. COMBs, ALLEN EUGENE Hobbs, New Mexico BA., E11,qli.sb.' Student Council Presi- dent 3, Student Court justice 2, Stu- dent Senate 1, Alpha Chi 3, 4, Ben- gal Lancers 1, Vice President 1, Blue Key 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Christian Vocations Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 4, Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Symposium 1, 2, 3, 4, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 1, 2, 3, Board of Publications 3, Fresh- man Class President, Whos Who 4. COOK, HUBERT CDUKED Oklahoma City, Oklahoma B.A., Pbyriml Edzzraliozzf Cameron junior College 1, "T" Association 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, All Texas Team 2, 3, Honorable Mention Lit- tle All American 2, 3, Little All American 4. CHAT1-IAM, JOAN San Antonio B.S., Bzzrifzerr Ad111i11i.rfr.11iw1: Alpha Chi 3, 4, Chi Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Custodian 2, Kappa Pi Sigma 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Sch o-Lea 3, 4, President 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Theta Sigma 1, 2, President 2, Tubec 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3, McFarlin Hall Fellow- ship 3, 4, Bowling 3, Team Captain 3, Student Union Board 2, 3, -i, ROTC Candidate 2, Delegate to TISA Convention 2, TISA Executive Secretary 3, Town Club 1, Home- coming Queen Nominee 4, Whos Who 4: Honor Roll 1. COCKE, CAROL Leakey B.S.. Elenzezzfrzry Ed1zmfi01z.' Sul Ross State College 1, Bengal Band 3, Chi Beta Epsilon 2, 3, Spurs 3, 4, Mc- Farlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3, 4. CONDITT, PAUL CLOUGH Fort Woi'th BA., Hzmzmzitier' Alpha Chi 3, 4, Bengal Lancers 1, Blue Key 3, 4: International Relations Club 1, Stu- dent Christian Association 1, 2, 3, Symposium 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Triniteers 2, 3, Murchi- son Dormitory Fellowship 1, 2, 3: MIRAGE Art Staff 2, Board of Pub- lications 2, Calendar Committee 3, ROTC Corporal 2, junior Class Vice President. COOLE, WALTER A. JR. San Antonio B.A., Philoiopbyg Bengal Band 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 4, Symposium 1, 2, 3, 4. ...CLASS OF '56 COPPLE, ANN COTTEN, JAMES E. San Antonio Kerrville B.M., Armrdiozz: Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 BA., Speech .md Dmmin' Trinity Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Theta Sigma 1. University Players 1, 2, 3. 4, Intra- CRAIN, RICHARD C. Charlotte B.M., Mzzrir Edlzcrzlimzf Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Choir 3, 4, Christian Vocations Fellowship 4, Tiger Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President -ig Triniteers 2, 3, -ig New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4. DENNINGTON, DEAN Parma, Missouri B.S., Burifzerr AdNZiI1fJll'dIf0l2,' South- east Missouri State College 1, 2g Tubec 4. ELLISON, LESLIE EUGENE Arlington BA., Ezzglirb: Arlington State Col- lege 1, Christian Voctions Fellow- ship 2, Vice President 2, Pre-Min- isterial Commission 2, Student Chris- tian Association 3, 43 New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 5, 4. mural 1. 2. - 'ff .V5 J.: f' ', f rf. mf 'I IQB Q, j .,,,,,.,,, Q DE KOSTER, ELIZABETH 1 San Antonio iw '., i BA., Fweigzz L,4lIIgllt1g9,' University X i i 3 of Texas 1, 2g San Antonio College Y 1 ,jf 3, Tulac 43 Town Club 4. DOBESH, LEAL JERRY Richmond BA., Sociology' Wharton junior College 13 Blue Key 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Christian Vocations Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Upper Room Chairman 23 Student Christian Association 1. 2, 3. 43 McFarlin Hall Fellowship 1, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4, President 3. FLETCHER, COLLETTE THERESA San Antonio BA., Ari: Grove City College 1, Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4, Symposium 4, Secre- tary 4, Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee 4. -' I ,Eav- Swag 'MRS' x Wt - wwaqzt 109. ,,,w: 5,41 72. w. W V, --fs: us 'W 'V ...asf-gfygi ' Y W "' 'M X N. F 3 . A4142 fame? if PW .4---'Illini 2 ig v. s-'aw A X f 1 3 t , ' f ,Q 1 . X Q ' wi dw, ,K S Ns- ' MPWW' ' ' is 2 .a2:.,1i15esf1:e .,... ,. I H ...., f ' , ' 1 'ff ,W X Nm, I7 is . Q 5 5 1 A ' 'K sw' 1 ., jg, 2 5. ISN -Q, qt ff, 7 Z V .x ci, X A rf 'X rv. it W N .IW . E ,gg 7 Wa, -5 V ,, f rr ' if K , 5 f Pfam f Z3 3 if I X if r ' 4 ,Q -be .aww e ,yk V X :A , W 1 .watw anim em, AW 'dw -:rex WN. 'Q 2 . ,- , I 1 ' Q . i""" '1' 4-f' - , , qffsra -- y . 1 'fre er-'mrs , A F "W'U4 Na I JW 4q"W"wm.v -C SENIORS . . . FROEBEL, MARTIN CSKIPD San Antonio BA., Efzgliffyf Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, Presi- dent 33 Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Trinity Uni- versity Players 1, 2, 3, Parliamen- tarian 3, Bowling 2, 3, All-Star Team 2, 33 Tennis 1, Intramural 1, 2, MIRAGE ROTC Editor 4, TRINI- TONIAN Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Sports Editor 4, Tigerland Prince 2, Cheerleader 2, 4, ROTC Band Com- mander 2, Battalion Staff 4, Rifle Team 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4. GARZA, MIRIAM San Antonio B.M., Public School Mmiri Choir 1, GALLIA, JAY R. San Antonio B.S., Burinerr Adl1IIlZi,f!7'tlff0lI.' Uni- versity of Texas 1, 2, Alpha Chi 3 4, Kappa Pi Sigma 3, 4. GOLDBERG, SUSAN LYNN San Antonio B.A.. P,i'yrb0l0gy.' University of Texas 2, 3, 4, Tulac 2. 1, 2. GONZALES, RICHARD E., JR. San Antonio B.S., Pbyriazl Educrztiozzx St. Mary's University 1, 2, Softball 3, Young Democrats 4, ROTC Drill Team Commander 3, Company Comman- der 3, Distinguished Military Stu- dent 3, Distinguished Military Grad- uate 4, Cadet Colonel 4, Corps Com- mander 4. GONZALEZ-GERTH, MIRIAM Mexico City, Mexico BA., Frezzrlog Student Senate 4, Chi Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Reporter 2, In- ternational Relations Club 1, 2, His- torian 1, Secretary 2, Scho-Lea 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Student Christian Association 1, Tulac 1, 2, 3, Historian 1, 2, Secretary 3, Pan American Club 4, President 4, Wom- en's Recreation Association 1, Mc- Farlin Dormitory Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, MIRAGE Faculty and Staff Edi- tor 3, Senior Class Vice President, Honor Roll 2, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4. GONZALEZ-GERT1-1, ENRIQUE Mexico City, Mexico B.S., Cbemirfry: International Rela- tions Club 1, Secretary 1, Tulac 3, President 3, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4. GRACE, DIXIE LEE San Antonio B.S., jozn'zmlimz,' Bios Club 2, Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Sec- retary 4, Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, Historian 3, MIRAGE Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Editor 1, As- sistant Editor 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, TRINITONIAN Staff 1, 2, 3, Cir- culation Manager 2, Advertising Manager 2, Board of Publications 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Class Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer, Town Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, Pan American Duchess 33 Young Demo- crats 4, Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee 4. 9 ...CLASS OF '56 GREEN, BARBARA M. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania B.M., Mmic: Meredith College 1, Choir 1, 3, 4, Delta Kappa Phi 2, Opera Wforkshop 1, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 1, 2, 3. GUIN, RUBY LE CROY Durham, North Carolina B.A., Spaizirh' Wake Forest College, North Carolina 3, International Rela- tions Club 2, Theta Sigma 1, 2, TRINITONIAN Staff 2, Town Club 1, 2, Tigerettes 1, 2. HARWELL, CHARLEs W. Athens BA., Eizgliilag Student Court 4,Chief justice 4, Student Senate 2, Speaker Pro-Tem 2, Bengal Band 1, Bengal Lancers 1, President 1, Bios Club 1, Blue Key 3, 4, Vice President 4, Christian Vocations Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 1, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Intramural 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Class President, Tiger- land Duke 1, 2, Who's Who 4. HUDGINS, ROBERT A. Loudonville, New York B.S., Home Building, Delhi Agri- cultural and Technological Institute, New York 1, 2, Kappa Iota Chi 2, 3, 4, President 4, Kappa Pi Sigma 3. 4, Vice President 4. GUAJARDO, IMELDA, DE L. NuevoLaredo, Mexico B.S. Bzz.ri1ze.f,r Adnzi11i.r1mli0iz,' Laredo Junior College 1, 2, Incarnate Word College 3, Women's Recreation As- sociation 3, 4, McFarlin Hall Fellow- ship 3, 4. HARRIS, WILLIAM A. San Juan, Puerto Rico B.S., Bi0l0gJ'3 Union Board Student Director 4, Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2. 3, 4, President 3, Bios Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3. 4, Trinity Uni- versity Players 2, 3, 4, Mulberry House Fellowship 2, Social Chairman 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellow- ship 3, 4, Student Union Board 2, ROTC Wreath Winner 2, 3. HERBSLEB, RICHARD W. San Antonio B.S., Biology and Drai1m,' Tulane 1, Trinity University Players 4, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 2, Base- ball 1, Intramural 1, 2, MIRAGE Staff 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. HUNT, Scorr L. San Antonio B.S., Home Building, Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Reporter 4, Tiger Band Club 1, 2, 3, Trini- teers 1, Bowling 2, 3, Town Club 1. ? .1 A ff- ,W 'Iv 4 I f - ., 1, V I Q' - I' l 5 14- ' 'irflfif was WM '31 KWSN NW' .X B. 1 in' , ., NE Y 'Q 3 3 A fs ',, " 1 171' .,, 1-Qc, on -Kia ,S '- ek E fm, :Q ,pun-.Q IFYW- ,mf df-N X .Q , ts, we ,wt 1 ,af inn g... -. r ijxi ,IVE Q,-eg f --ma 1' jf , nl' I f q 'K ,Q MMS ' 1 4' x , . 'Z-sys.. M' 0 1 ,VW Wa f 4 R We ff. it , M173 w s N Q em 4. A i Swmmnssee, li at 1 SEN IORS . . . INMAN, JAMES G. Hamilton, Ohio B.S., Psychology: Triniteers 2. 3, Seargeant-at-Arms 2, Bowling 2, Cal- endar Committee 2, ROTC Drill Team Commander 2. JOHNSON, JOHN ROGER Albuquerque, New Mexico BA., Hi.rtory.' University of New Mexico 1, Christian Vocations Fel- lowship 2, 3, 4, Student Christian Association 2, 3, 4, Murchison Dor- mitory Fellowship 2, New Boys' Dor- mitory Fellowship 3, 4, Calendar Committee 3, Young Republicans 4. JUDD, RAYMOND, JR. Sherman BA., Clf1.r5ir.f-E1zgli.fb,' University of Edinburg 4, Student Council Vice President 3, MORES Editor 3, Alpha Chi 3, 4, President 4, Dean's List 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 3, Bengal Lancers 1, Secretary 1, Blue Key 3, 4, Sec- retary 4, Christian Vocations Fel- lowship 1, 2, 3. 4, Student Chris- tian Association 1, 2. 3. 4, Sym- posium 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice President 3, 4, Grande Court Fellowship 1, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4, MIRAGE Feature Editor 4, Board of Publication 4, Sophomore Coun- selor 2, Sophomore Class Favorite, Freshman Class Treasurer, Student Personnel Committee 2, Blue Key Outstanding Sophomore Man 2, Outstanding C a m p u s Citizenship Award 3, Who's Who 4. JESSEE, JO-ANN Perrine, Florida B.S., Elezzzezzfizry Edl1l'cZff0I1,' Stetson University, Florida 1, 2, 3, Student Christian Association 4, Women's Recreation Association 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 4. JONES, WALLACE H., JR. Fluvanna B.S.. Sociology: Triniteers 2, 3, 4. KARDEGG, OTTILLIE San Antonio BA., Sociology, Franklin College, Indiana 1, 2, Alpha Chi 4, Secre- tary 4. KEGLER, WILLIAM V. KEMPLER, KENNETH Corpus Christi San Antonio W B,S., Social Serz'ire,' University of B.S., Psychology, University of Texas 1, Sul Ross 2, Symposium 4. Texas 1, 2. ...CLASS OF '56 KENNINGTON, SUE Fort Sam Houston B.A., GOI'K?'l177I6lIl,' Student Council Assembly Committee 2, 3, 4, Chi Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Theta Sigma 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, Town Club 1, 2, Young Democrats 3, 4. KING, ROBERT H. Galena Park B.S., Buyizzefr Admi11i.rl1'ali012,' "T" Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Tubec 4, Mulberry House Fellowship 1, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 2, 35 New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3. KUEHN, WILLIAM W. San Antonio B.S., Burizzerr Admi11i.rtmli01z,' St. Mary's University I, Texas A841 Col- lege 2, 3, Bowling 3, 4, MIRAGE 4, Advertising Staff 4. LAND, VIRGIL A. Bossier City, Louisiana B.S., Psychology, "T" Association 1 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at-Arms 3, Football 1, Intramural 3. KIMBELL, HARRIS B. JR. San Antonio B.S., Home Blzifdizzgf San Antonio College 2, International Relations Club 2, Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Triniteers 1, Mc- Farlin Hall Fellowship 1, Sergeant- at-Arms 1, Basketball 1, 2. KIOLBASSA, ONUFRY I. San Antonio B.S. Home Buildizzgg Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, "T" Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 4, Murchison Dormi- tory Fellowship 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3. KUYKENDALL, GEORGE B. San Antonio B. S., Home Buildizzgq Bengal Band 1, 2, Blue Key 3, 4, President 4, Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Bancl Club 1, 2, Triniteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Social Chairman 3, Vice President 4, ROTC Captain Band Company 4, Distinguished Mili- tary Student 3, Who's Who 4. LANDESS, WANDA jo Quemado B.S., Playfical Educaliorzg Southwest Texas junior College 1, 2, Trinity University Players 3, 4, Women's Recreation Association 2, 3, 4, Town Club 3, 4. ,gfjfvliiii Ji :fiflft AQ 247 I 9' . .sw ., 1 W. ' f 1175 4' ' ' 4' ' 4 2 f 2 I. 5. . .1 W A 4 . ,aff . wi-I.. 1 ' 'R "'Q'l'3?'f2.. MV , . .1 , si.. in 3. -rf "','1,q,1 l b. . ,sry 4- 41f,w,z,,q'Q,g' In : . WW? .asf . X A ,a,, .3 A-., .ag A af' Q 2 . Va at X ,,.,. E IOR ,F . H Eg- . ,A I ,. I' Q X I Ai gi 5 x f ""i ,: U ' ,.,5:5f 1 ii ' ' li A Ni ik 0-wire ZF M M.-aa -nw mal 453 M5 gel Xxw ,X , Q x X 1 IX, ,WRX at , ,, , A X . tx -, , , 5 X . , x X xxx, ,XXX X X x Y X f R X X V ..f. - .,A' t ar . N Q- .9 X ,, ,, ,, I- v-.I A ! ...M km s Y as - f' R. X - 4 . K A f w M V M' fe :vv. aim,-9 if i t X " fav! . A .5 1:3645 52 f -In I, .f an ' , it Q . fx IN 4 ,4-""'-Q' S. ' -S, LEWIS, JIM West Helena, Arkansas B.S., P,l'J'l'!?U!fJtQ'1',' Ouachita College 1, 2. 5. MCILHENNY, ji San Antonio B.A., Efezzzezzlary EdlffJIjUi1,' An- tonio College 1, 2, Soutleiweswgw MILLER, LLOYD F. San Antonio BA., Pfyrbologyg Student Senate 3. 4, Alpha Chi 3, 4, Blue Key 3, 4, Triniteers 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, Directory Chairman 3, ROTC Company Commander 3, Captain 4, Junior Class Favorite, junior Class President, Senior Class President, Town Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4. MURRAY, JAMES H. San Antonio B.S., Ployyicfg Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Student Chris- tian Association 1, Tiger Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MCILHANY, RICHARD San Antonio B.S., Home Bzzildizzgx Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 1, Choir 4, Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Tigerland Prince 3. MILLAR, NANCY W. San Antonio BJVI., Piano, Choir 1, 2, Delta Kappa Phi 4, Symposium 2, 4. MOODY, DAWN San Antonio B.S., Elemenmry Edumliozzg San An- tonio College 1, 2. NAGEL, ROBERT H. San Antonio B.S., Bzuinesr Admizziflmti0n,' San Antonio College 1, 2, Tubec 4. . . . CLASS NELSON, PAGE W. Wheeling, West Virginia B.S., Biology: Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania 1. NORRIS, DONALD San Antonio B.S., Biology, Student Court Senior judge, Bengal Lancers 1, "T" As- sociation 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, ROTC Battalion Staff 4, Freshman Class Vice President, Tigerland Prince 1. O'KRENT, ARTHUR KAISER San Antonio B.S., Bzuizzeyy Admizzifzmtiom South- west Texas State Teachers College 1, Trinity University Players 3, 4, Vice President 3, Town Club 4, Tubec 4. PARKS, BETTIE San Antonio B.S., Sociology: Centenary College, Louisiana 1, Texarkana junior Col- lege 2, Student Christian Associa- tion 3g Tubec 4, McFarlin Hall Fel- lowship 3. OF '56 Q , w5f',?l . ff if f-1 f ' ., r QQ' f NETTER, HOWARD R. New York New York B.S., Biologyq City College of New York 1, 2, 3, 4, Bios Club 4. l A ff' 0 o yr f f I zz. fn fl ff 4: f ,ff if .lg S rf! , F M .. . If f A, Q. 'Vx WLIN WILLIAM H. ' . , 1 NO 3 V YQ W v ,Pa San Antonio f BS., Goz'er11me1zf.' Texas A8cI 1, iff - A Student Court 4. 5' ,A "" um , X f of I ,. w ,N-Iv I-.vl.'.,-: ' . 'L W ': 'I " Q, x , ,, VZ.. s,,..,1:.:. .X -V f 1 . as was . ,. . , W ? W t " ?' x ,.. Nz ...., ily S F LRIQA , .,.. I I K' sl "'r II. 3 V' PARKER, MARY ALICE Q San Antonio , M N 1 1' BA., Clzrirfimz Edzzr.zrio1z.' College of Wi' 5 ii A b Y the Ozarks 11 Church Vocations Fel- 5 A lowghip 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treas- ff . , . urer 4, Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, "xy A Q 'Q ,E Treasurer 3, Chaplain 4, Student so Q T 1 Christian Association 2, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Christian Education 2, 3. 4, Chairman 3. , up PATTERSON, BETTY W. Woodsboro B.S., Biology: Texas University 1. - Baptist Memorial Hospital, Bios Club 4, Spurs 4, McFarlin Hall Fel- lowship 3, 4, School Nurse 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4. . .Ag X . S . I 53. A Fl ' WGA.. S., S. i In-af M 'rlgff' 5 X , ff f ,V Q 9-if pi! S, .2 -.-- 4, W - air . ya It-'sw '-,f Q , . i ff- as , x ,- , - M was X fur ., ,,,,,,gI.,., Met .. 'fa- x PXP xiii" - , T QQ J .lf 'W SENIORS . . . PERRYMAN, RALPH Fort Smith, Arkansas POE, SARA JANE San Antonio BA., Acrozmfizzgq Tubec 2, 3, -ig BA., Englirlof Vassar College 13 Un- Town Club 1. POMEROY, GEORGE S., JR. San Antonio BA., Speech and Dmmag Bios Club 1, Press Club 3, 4, Trinity Univer- sity Players 1, 2, 3, 4, TRINITON- IAN Staff 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4, Town Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PORTER, Dicic San Antonio B.S., jourm1limz.' St. Mary's Univer- sity lg Texas A8cM College 2g Chair- man Student Council Advertising Committee 4, Press Club 2, 3, 4, Trinity University Players 33 Bowl- ing 3, 4, Second Squad Captain 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, All-Star Team 3. 4, MIRAGE Staff 2, 3, 4, Sports Staff 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, Military Editor 2. 33 TRINITONIAN Staff 2, 3, 4. Sports Editor 2, 4, Sports Staff 3, Music Editor 2, 3, ROTC Cadet Captain 4, Battalion Staff 4, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Float Commit- tee 3, 4. PRYOR, EDNA MAE San Antonio B.S., Elemezztary Edumiion: San An- tonio College 1, 23 University of San Antonio 3. iversity of Mississippi 2. PORCH, DOROTHY Llano B.S., G0z'er1zme1zt,' University of Texas 1, 2. PROSE, JUDITH San Antonio B.S., Elenzezzlury Edzzmtiony South- western University 1g San Antonio College 2. REDWINE, JAMES Louis Kennett, Missouri B.A., Religiozzy Union University 1, 2, 3, Christian Vocations Fellow- ship 4. ...CLASS OF '56 REMALEY, CHARLES W. San Antonio RESENDEZ, CARMEN HELEN San Antonio B.S., Plvyfirrq Blue Key 4, Tubec 4. B.A., Edumtiozzg San Antonio Col- . ROBICHAUX, MILTON Taft, Louisiana lege 2. SALTI, MUNIR E. Jerusalem, Jordan B.S., Playximl Edumziang Copiah- B.A., Ecozzomicrg American Univer- Lincoln junior College, Mississippi sity, Cairo, Egypt 1, 2. 1, 2, "T" Association 3, 4, Basket- ball 3, 4, Football 3. 4. SARRIS, KATINA San Antonio B.A., Gozfernzzzemy' University of Texas 1, Scho-Lea 4, Treasurer 4, Calendar Committee 3, 4, Young Democrats 3, 4, Vice President 4, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4. SEPULVEDA, FERNANDO G. San Antonio B.S., Home Building, Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Symposium 33 Tiger Band Club 1, 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Town Club 1, 2, Intramural 1, 2. SCHAEFER, WILLIAM JR. San Antonio B.S., Buiizzesr Admini.rfmti0n,' Kan- sas City junior College, Kansas 1. SIRMYER, CATHERINE F. Kelly A.E.B. BA., Hifloryg Georgetown Univer- sity School of Foreign Service 1, 2, Alpha chi 3. 241, mr waiter , f 4 A -A 1 A. A f gi :.- V -.... .,. If ' "" ' -K .Mm 1 1 W 4 I :gf , . -f -27 Z4 1 Q 4 Q 118' 1 , ., va-:I fe :.-:- . . 'av C A 1 .-Affatg f . ,,,-,R I ,,.-ea In ,.ww"""'A' , 'f. as ,vw-w""' .- ' .-fX"'1'1s...-e::4,,'1"".--T .f'3'.1- .-""",,.".- ,.'t',g1w'fL',..uv-' .+4'2.-"...m-v"',i.. 44.31, ...www 'Him 'M' ' we :A:P1f21?'e'5'37:i14' l "-3:51,-e',,'S1'l il -J-ff'-N:'J-A-"f w,'1,5e., 4 ,H , a. v u,. N.. bij. ,, ii ff ,kv Z? ...1 I . A 4 S 0 T X dn 1 wwevmwwfw -W-rf V 4 l , f V F A . fy 4' A in W2 3 ' 1 5 15 s,w,:-Qjw., ,.. rl B lg sr 53. mf.-... fa I sg l l L sl we -. e -1- A 'Q km ,af r Y rv'- -.. 3? 4 f' 1 . I M Y' I A I A f , E X M X gi 141 ,gwwk it ' X, if ,.,Wl"""f'K, f'W"n- st' Sak... ff,-.M ,. '-in M? gf ,., , S' mga-, Af" R 11" eu- Q ig, ff' ' ' " -mi ,if 4. A r I 'Q 4, Q ,gp WLM SX I-1c.,,..g,, by 11, s ,c X M aw, .gig f xi , I R 4, . ,t Q . S ,., ' V - is af, ,MI YP' ' me x' ,- -figs . 4. , . s , A ri ' il I ve Q ., ,...Us'ZP,xg, . Q . tg f N 1 5. 4 My fi 'A . v , I Q, Q. N A . - vw I 'Y' . fb, f M4783 '19 P . A A W, f,,,, Mgg, 5 I . it , -.. . 3 eg Y x,, SEN IORS . . . SMITH, ADELHEID G. Dilly B.S., Bznjzzerr AdIIIjIZfIl7'rIfI07I.' Tu- bec 3, 4. SMITH, JERRY W. San Antonio BS., Home Bfzildizzg' Texas Uni- versity 1, 2, San Antonio College 1, Bengal Band 2, Kappa Iota Chi 3, 4, Intramural 3. STAPLES, JUDY San Antonio B.M. Voirex Henderson State Teach- er's College, Arkansas 1, Choir 1. 2, 3, 4, Opera Workshop 1, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4, Maclrigals 3. STRIEGLER, BERT C. San Antonio BA., Bzzrizzefr Ad111i11i.ftmli011.' Parks Air College, St. Louis 1, Univer- sity of Texas 2, MIRAGE 4, Ad- vertising Manager 4. SMITH, BOBBY San Antonio B.S.. Playfiml Edzzmfiozzq "T" Asso- ciation 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Intramural 2. 3, 4, ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4, Sergeant First Class 3. SPEICHER, WILLIAM F. Long Beach, California B.S., Clvenziflryf De Pauw Univer- sity 1, 2, Blue Key 4, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 4, ROTC 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4, American Chemical Society 3, 4. STAFFORD, MARIAN Eagle Pass B.A., Elementary Edumtiozzg Univer- sity of Texas 2, International Rela- tions Club 1, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Mc- Farlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3, 4' Homecoming Queen Nominee 4. 7 TAYLOR, LAWANNA jo Mathis B.S., Burinerf Admizzirlmliom Del Mar College 1, 2, Spurs 3, 4, Tubec 3, 4, Reporter 4, McFarlin Hall Fel- lowship 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Senior Class Reporter, Tigerlancl Duchess 3, ROTC Candidate 3, ROTC Sweet- heart 4, Pan American Ball Duchess 3, Young Democrats 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee 4, Who's Who 4. . . .CLASS TERRY, NANCY JEANNE Glen Ellyn, Illinois BA., D1'ama,' Indiana University 33 Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Chi Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Trinity Univer- sity Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2. President 4, McFarlin Hall Fellow- ship 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Nominee 4. THOMPSON, SAMUEL M. Breckenridge B.A., History, Student Senate 3, Ben- gal Lancers 1, Blue Key 3, 4, Chris- tian Vocations Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 1, 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellow- ship 3, Intramural 1, 2, Tigerland Duke 2, Who's Who 4. TRANTHAM, MARY LEE ' San Antonio B.S., Elemefzmry Education' Press Club 1, 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 3, Student Christian As- sociation 1, 2, 3, School Life Com- mission 3, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Trinitonian 1, 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 2, 3, 4, Board of Publications 4. UNGER, MARCIA HARRIET Atlanta, Georgia B.S., Elementary Edzzcationg Ohio State 1, Emory University 2, 3. OF '56 THOMPSON, DOROTHY DAVIS San Antonio BA., Ezzgliyhg Town Club 1, Student Senate 2, Alpha Chi 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chi Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Custodian 1, President 2, Scho-Lea 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Symposium 2, Theta Sigma 1, 2, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 2, Theta Sigma Fresh- man Award, Scho-Lea Outstanding Sophomore Girl, Dean's List 1, 2, Honor Roll 3, Who's Who 4. T irus, DONALD W., JR. San Antonio BA., Mallaematicrg University of Texas 1, 2, Bengal Band 3, 4, Li- brarian 3, Business Manager 4, Tiger Band Club 3, 4. UIVARY, ANDREW R. Northampton, Pennsylvania B.S., Home Building, Student Court Judge 35 Alpha Chi 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Kappa Iota Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Cor- responding Secretary 1, 2, President 3, Kappa Pi Sigma 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer Grand Council 4, Trini- teers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Tubec 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 2, New Boys' Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4, Pioneer Hall House Council 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, Dean's List 3. URAL, OKTAY H. Izmir, Turkey B.S., Math. 'tm ss., X arm, X ,,.,, , f N! false. ma-, la. it ar X .. ti 'E I "Y .-an-sau .. t fixfin aw- -Wa fl MQW. 1 'wha .fn 4. , f'f'1,5,., . , aka, ji 3 -M , Q J 1 WW' 1 sis when 4981551 aw Wt pf' .,.,,,,,,.x E IORS... VAsQUEz, GLORIA L. San Antonio B .S,, Burizzerr Admizziftmliozz. WALLACE, TEDDY Lubbock B.S., Biology: Texas Tech 1. WHIPPLE, PHYLLIS JILL San Antonio B,S., Elemezzmry EdllCc1li0lI,' Texas State College for Women 1, 2, Christian Vocations Fellowship 3, 4, Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4, Town Club 3, 4. WOODBURN, PEGGY LO,RA San Antonio BA., Ari, MIRAGE 1 WAGNER, AMY Kerrville B.S., Elemezzmry Education' Schrein- er Institute 1, 2. WARREN, SAMUEL R. San Antonio B.S., Phyrical Edumiiong San An- tonio College 1, 2, Southwestern Texas State Teacher's College 3, Bas- ketball 4. WILLIAMSON, JACK San Antonio B.S., Burizzerr Adminirlmliong San Antonio College 1, 2. WOODS, RANDY Meridian, Mississippi B.S., 10ZlI'I.7dIjJ'l7?,' Meridian Junior College 1, Cheerleader 2, Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, Reporter 1, 2, Bengal Band 1, 2, 3, Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4, Triniteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1, Bowling 1, 2, President San Antonio Intercollegi- ate Bowling League 1, 2, All-Star Squad 1, 2, High Game Bowling Trophy 1, MIRAGE 1, 2, Assistant Sports Editor 1, TRINITONIAN Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Sports Edi- tor 1, Sports Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, Board of Publications 3, ROTC Band Executive Officer 33 Football Program Editor 3. ...CLASS OF ,56 WOODWARD, BOB ZAHRADNICK, Bos LOL1iSVillC, KCtltuCl-Cy Eagle Lake B.S., Physical Education, Southwest B.S., Sociologyg Student Christian Mississippi junior College 1, 2g Bas- Association 1, 2, "T" Association 1, ketball 3, 4. 2, 3g Baseball lg Football 1, 2, 3g Intramural 3, 4, ROTC Distin- guished Military Student 4, ROTC Drill Team 5, 4. ZEEFF, VERNA DELL Wyandotte, Michigan B.S., Elementary Edumlionj Univer- sity of Michigan 1, 2g Honor Roll 3, 4. X 4 mf ww www Va"5Qw Y wg ,ab-Y Q f- - -- "wi use -.,' IW' ' JUNIORS The juniors of Trinity climbed another step closer to their goals this year, and left behind accomplish- ments of service, leadership and social activities to be recalled with pride. For a junior, club activities and responsibilities practically double before he can say, "no," and term themes must be "bigger and better." Yet, despite these obstacles, the juniors produced an outstandingly clever entry of the Homecoming parade and sponsored the traditional junior-Senior Banquet and Prom to honor their immediate predecessors and to celebrate their own soon-to-be-fulfilled attainment of the classification of senior. They are rightfully proud to be so near the beginning of the end. 1 A 4629 ' Rdaya H0 x -9 Q . llxfk X 1 v'Q.',,,,e.llw ti . c t ,ll ff, may x , AX . Q Lb l I A X ,, Rx QSM CLASS FAVGRITES if .r Nr, I, Mg' 4? if fs is 3 W' ff ff, ff' if I' iffy 1 nk! CHARLIE TEYKL PEGGY DUN NING 'x 0:1 Q' Wi ' -Q - . -'x- ,.,. wi .qw , gag iff .- Mm, W PW... WX , f V . , X Q r in f. Xcf- N 5' , if .f fl :., v X H4 Z s vn N f f fs A , W X XR ga , M V N X ,Lf K .4 1' X .. yi X X , X , , blk fn! S X ,, N svff K R x -Q a 3 W X SK 'Q Q X Q JZ Z S X X A W 1 Y s xx Zxbx rf ZS W 2lifSkS ZS Q ' 4 Q M5 we . fl 45' aj' f,ff . as 43 ,Q X , ,fi , .W 1 4 :-- .M ,, M ff ,IM , ,, ' I f- ,Q .4 - 3 ffl' V A. . Z ,, X, .. ....., . ,- f 4, , ,. , .1 5 y , Q I :P AW f f f M, Y lr ff Y 1 W2 X x 1 7 f X f , f f if , If if x , Q - i ,f.- JU 1oRs... AGUILAR, HENRY San Antonio ALLEN ,CARL San Antonio ANDERSON, LOIS ADELE Monticello, Indiana ANDES, JOYCE LEE Clovis, New Mexico ANTONE, PAUL Heliopolis, Egypt ARMSTRONG, A. ELIZABETH San Antonio ARNOLD, N. D., JR. San Antonio AYLOUSH, MUWAFFAK Damascus, Syria BLAKE, BERTA JEAN Floresville BRADDOCK, TEB Coronado, California BRALY, BOBBIE Tulia BRANCHIZIO, RALPH, JR. San Antonio BRIETZKE, LEROY San Antonio BROWN , LEIGH San Antonio San Antonio CASH, P. W. JR. San Antonio BULL, CHARLES H. ...CLASS OF '57 CAVAZOS, JUDITH FRANCES Laredo CHAMBERS, JOHN Harlingen CHERRY, NANCY SUE San Antonio CHOI, JONG WOO Seoul, Korea COYLE, ROBERT Texarkana CROFT, L. K. San Antonio DAVIS, WESLEY M. Waelder DAVIS, RUSSELL Tucson, Arizona DEAN, SARA Denver,Colorado DEBORAH, BARBARA JEAN Runge DUNNING, PEGGY San Antonio ECONOMY, TOMMY San Antonio we M 1 'X 4 iw 5 N , ...Q T , " .. 211' V9 , E if 5 ff f ,fx .Q ff V. f fa ' Q , f ww , W eg. X7 Z a 3 X , X ,X 1, X SN ff 'Mfr' .. , . i X 45. 1. A ..,,.,.,..,.,. A .fy M A .L . -:S , M fx. f 1 ,us Q, x H.. .. ...K M7 ,1 Q ty , 'hafuy 1091, Y! V M, , 5. Q 4 .VMMX , , J tl ,, f D it it 3 , ' A f JM, Af N ' f f ' Qs ' L ,.,,. 1 1 Q ,y Q K! ...al y, W -'WV' Wjzf -w.3,4'2g"W X . 1 .1 . sa. 1 L X K. . fx X N ,GX Z. 4'-36 Q-4, .4---in 1' 1 - vi ,.,.- 1-22' . - .. A EDEN, JEAN ,,.,- -Q W Houston ' RQ .Q EDENS, MARY Jo ,.. , A., , ,Q 5 5? 4' Center Point Q N A 'if R , FIELDS, ROBERT L. A f' If 'Wi f- ' ' San Angelo FRAZIER, THOMAS D. San Antonio fx egg' ? - mm M ASW' -WW via Q S f I , 1 , , in H 1 1 e--in 'W Mx w I .V my S 3' 4 I MM AE lf ...AN f , "' m y ii I" , I g ,,., H W , A J . 25,5-,,. ' '. . I ' W Q ,..,., 5 ' .L ig' ' Q 'AW , , L V 1.1 , , f Q. I N Z 14 ,H a I ' 4 ' , 'J S. ,X 'x 3. A if JW WK 15' 7 iinxi' X ' A W.-A 1,- 5 2.2 QW- ' W I T 2 - 1154 R A he ' ' ' ' . -asf: A I ,, .E Q 1 'r 'N"' .' 'WZ - ' " , A V.: imp J Af ' fmw-ff- 41 IQ! ' f Z f '1Xy- ' 'Z fJV,MA6,, f , 1 , . B 5 2 ZX li 4 4 . YN 'I Q' ea I M 3 , gf --ww-5 , f , MQW. Z if f rs Ex 4, ,,.,.:.,,.,.,.,.,.w -Q ..-.-. - .. M r X NW if f , Ni Q 7 S f M JW fy Xa f Nl 2 2 -' 4 iv. A JU IORS... FRIZZLE, DON Springfield, Massachusetts GARZA, ROBERT A. San Antonio GAY, PAT Corpus Christi GILLIS, JAMES O. Texarkana GIBBONS, JAMES M. San Antonio GINSBERG, LEON San Antonio GRAFTON, MARY JANE Texarkana HARDY, ELIZABETH San Antonio HEATH, EARL C. San Antonio HERNANDEZ, ESTHER Falfurrias HERNANDEZ, FRED R. San Antonio HOFF, MICHAEL S. San Antonio ,wk HOGAN, HELEN San Antonio HOLLOWAY, CECIL Amarillo HOMSY, SUSAN San Antonio HONTS, JACKIE JAY San Antonio ...CLASS OF '57 KNIGHT, BETH San Angelo KNOX, SAM Texas City KOENIG, CHARLES, JR. San Antonio KOWNSLAR, ALLAN Athens HOWELL, TOMMY San Antonio HUTCHINSON, VAL Sn Antonio HUTZLER, RALPH L. JR. San Antonio JAGEMAN, GEORGE W. San Antonio JONES, JACK CHARLES San Antonio JOYCE, JOHN San Antonio KASTOR, CHARLES T. San Antonio KEITHLY, ROGER T. Miclvale, Idaho KEY, DELL San Angelo KIMBELL, KENT San Antonio KINSEY, NELDA Sweetwater KIRBY, MARY Pecos .QQ vs- V ' 'yu 1 . f wx ,,.,.., . ,QV ff fb if 4 N W f f 1 f . Xwfx I wS 1 sax Z' f 3 .::E:1" Z ik W mn S . .. 2 1, , ' Q W.: .yfZ ' .ummm ae, 'S .4 ,uw My .. A .S i . Y' f zz, 1 M x A I. i ,,.. W " 'WZ' M 'Gal .25-1 ' :gel -H . y ff A ,K . ., . , A . Q X +1241 s Z X Z kg., ei f we ' fs ' ij! W 1 f . A x,-f IW' ,gf 5? ig wife .-'Wi' -Q 'Us x IWW. in f 5 f E X WY' x,, W' V ,ms S X g x ,, Q ASQQX, .f .X I ' S la' ' Irmx V x W ,,f f ea ' 5, f f' 1, f s Wf ' Q 25 QQ Q- ! V :-1-cxwi. ,- if - , . E I :.. A Z ,Y 4' :iw N ,, + ff JY? 4 , .Q , Ari: . , 131 I A Mix. Eli, . 'Q f i 5 1 - A. f , Wu. ? ff- '52 S ' 5 Y If vwm, ' Q J W-V, wy, I QS X , X 71 Zvi I 2 5 I f ,af A ,Ox X XS 1 9 f W if f M .H H, Y ' 'Mg W , Nxzfff- f 50' x ,GX 'I X ,W Q svn. f I lib .ia 5 "4 xx ,Tu , .1 . fm-' fx rf ' A we ' we ' 134 ,gf Q, 11, Ns A 53 ,gxgiw I ,,, . L W MTI ",, . ffx, A Im ,ff in ,V X Z I , I X f ax X f X9 2 ,af ,A f X ff al I ,C ,,,, f ., S' 7 'fz A AJ MM W fa ia I a ff ' S N X .JM we X W I, 1 X , gf , A V 3, ' 4 f f 2'fv,,gN.1 5 E13 X. waW'1,::-120' ,if .Q -qu, ,, f . ,.., ,, Zi 1, , E JU IORS... LAAS, DOROTHY Plainview LEON, CARLOS San Antonio LODOVIC, CLARA San Antonio LONGORIA, VIRGINIA ANNE Brownsville MA, TIN TAK Hong Kong MANLEY, RICHARD M. San Antonio MANSFIELD, CHUCK Dallas MCCLOSKEY, JIM San Antonio MIESSNER, HOWARD W. Bartlett MICHALK, ODIS Kingsville MICKEY, CHARLES D. San Antonio MILLER, FAUN Beeville MONTGOMERY, MARILYN San Antonio MOODY, ANNA MARY Welfare NANCE, BETTY L San Antonio NATKIN, BERNARD San Antonio ...CLASS OF '57 PAGE, GEORGE ARTHUR Speculator, New York PAGE, JO ANN Houston PARSONS, JOAN Corpus Christi PAZDRAL, SUE Houston PORTER, BILL San Antonio PORTER, JIM R. San Antonio READ, PATRICIA Dallas REDMON, PAUL San Antonio RICHMOND, GEORGE M. San Antonio ROBB, DONALD M. Detroit, Michigan ROBERTS, WALTER Marfa ROERINK, JUDEEN L. San Antonio ROSS, FRANCES P. San Antonio ROSSBACH, MYRNA Mexico City, Mexico RYANG, KEY SUN San Antonio SANDERS, MARGARET San Antonio K 7 WQQV7 V' T -fr: 3 'fs mt "1 0 -, rival' - 'f 'A' , f, ffffv ' ' ..,.,. ,..l,f 4gf1'I' ' ' .,+,.,Z Q ,,.. , ,.,. . SYJ. .f-f2-- ' zvzfiiiff' '.7 1 V' ,' " , X 'f , 1,571 3.3.1 ' ' A ,elif .rR:f, 4. V , ,. v U .. 1 Qwifi Sw ' 4" .. .lt , sf , f VH . ' ,g I 1 f' ,, ,, ,. Q 7 " J X G cf? Q ,kg 4 42 ' MG, I-53 'fa if 5 We Ai' 'Gif N.. ....,,, ,sm fi lg Q '- new "" M Y M ' ,532 W fmfmw 'X ...Q-wfrat 'wr X, w ga ,QW ffl' -A we K jr,t if K:'f'f " H. . - .lf gg 5,,,7.,1 4. ,lyk 4 Q5 Z Q , .fb f -5 4' GNT4' ff t K"iE.'C Q 1.5 'Q wr ' if IIQQL CX XX SISS XXX' A iii? I f S K U' J ' Lt -' 31' 51 it if HZETY: ' -' ' 'S 5 if Q ...V .,., Q -W M4 ' ' W '1 We I F . f ww. ...E K, ,X ,Q .. qi - 'WT f F i! -4- S: f-. if W5 . 'I I f 5 ,-f Ff'i Z... fi 'S . '. P V if .1 ' W? X Mfafggkk NA Q -' 'ws .-- My M A fa! 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Memphis, Tennessee . fa5P::3' ' .-'R SUTKIN, EDDIE San Antonio TAVIZON, CHARLES San Antonio TERRY, CAROL ANN San Antonio ..CLASS OF '57 TEYKL, CHARLES Needville THOMPSON, WOFFORD C. JR. McKinney TOPPINS, NANCY ANN San Antonio TOWNSEND, ROYCE Tyler TRCKA, MIKE Ganado TRIGO, ROEL McAllen ULRICH, WAYNE E. Houston VALLES, ARTURO San Antonio VARGA, MARIE San Antonio WADDILL, LANELLE Jacksonville WARREN, ANNE San Antonio WATSON, JERRY Kilgore WEST, DARRELL San Antonio WHITE, JEAN Sinton WICHER, CARROLL Robins A.F.B., Georgia WILBANKS, TOM Texarkana WILEY, ROBERT C. Aurora, Missouri 4, f 12' ,YU NOX' .Q "Q..4.f sy Q, J Lv, " f 'fir 5 4-, ' M2451 L' , hr 0-,Mr ,f 5 YAY ,W 97 E Cv 5 'Win 4 X M , ,-'gf .isp A W. ., I ' , NW. X A ' x ,JS SOPHOMORES The class of '58 returned to Trinity this fall as a cooperative working unit after a year of practicing team work while freshmen. They were immediately charged with the great responsibility of assisting the newest members of Trinity family to feel a sense of belonging. Through helpful hints, personal sympa- thy, understanding, and much diligent planning of an active, varied program the mission was accom- plished successfully. These proud new upperclassmen then united their talents to produce a Homecoming float, and a month later, a real old-fashioned Christ- mas dance for the school. Throughout the year the Sophomores have lent their individual services as active club members and officers, but most important, these people crystalized plans for the future and established lifetime goals toward which they began to work in earnest. ,f gf ff' eg A Y. J X Q-if f Il f - ff X XXI' X. K I R p I W! V V A 9 I I 'U I zf V X J I. A' Q ED PIGGTT CLASS FAVORITES l ' , QE 5, 5 E, -c Eff' Q Se v 2 fx :ge SYLVIA BENNETT . ' x ,QW 5 M 'Qi XQQ K ,X i t T . . 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ROLLIN San Antonio BENNETT, SYLVIA Fort Sam Houston BEVERLEY, JAMES A. Harlingen BONFORTE, ANTHONY GAMBLE Colorado Springs, Colorado BORREGO, DELIO San Antonio BOSTON, MARY FLORENCE San Antonio BOYD, PEGGY Three Rivers BREMER, HELEN Childress BROCKWELL, ROBERT Del Rio BROWN, PATRICIA ANN San Antonio BURCH, RAY Dallas CARLSON, LENNART W. San Antonio CATER, MARGARET San Antonio ..CLAss OF 'ss . CHAPMAN, RICHARD CHARLES I m fl y San Antonio CHRISTOPHER, DOROTHY 'Q ' Houston CONRAD, BETTYE SUE San Antonio CRAWFORD, JOHN Schenectady, New York CZAROWITZ, ALICE JANE San Antonio DABBS, ELIZABETH Snyder DAHL, WILLIAM J. La Marque DALTON, JOHANNA San Antonio I DANSBY, B. E. CBETTYJ 5 AN, ff. ' I San Antonio DAVIS, BETTY ,V W, ,I San Antonio 'I 2 ZW I DCHARDEN, CORAL ANN San Antonio , DETWILER, JACK Dalhart I m DeVORE, PATRICIA ANN j f? San Antonio 3 I :"' ' DoBBs, ANNE A Longview DONOERIO, EDWARD E. C' I I M ' Providence, Rhode Island 3 " DOROW, WILLIAM H. I , San Antonio A I IAAZA , ' A I X-ax wax I L.. DYE, EDWIN WAYNE I Devine EPHRAIM, PAUL I D'I-Ianis - 1, FARNSWORTH, ALAN SMITH, JR. wQQZ"I San Antonio FASSNIDGE, WARNER San Antonio gg-fi I A 'ne I . 1 ,,.., V N, I 3 ,I . I, 9 ,Q Aki I' I il fir 5, fy!! , 'ETA ,lwfif .5 4, in A-A I ff 1'-tl ' S ,Way " " at nf., ,I '. -an ' 'lf If I .VA ,ji 131,15 Nfgfe - 1 , i-- J, Y-I-.Q ' A H - K E ,N 5 , 4 - -ge 'I V i Iv 'S , I 'NIE 4:4 7, 'W " if ..,, ' hx ,. K T A fp J I Wai ' 6 ,X N Q f N J ,, lv A If N-- W -Ei' , ' - IZ? ff 1 , ' . f Cav- , .ff ,A - I 4 ar fum 1 ,W K I fa S fu 52 53, y K 4 ,Z 1' 1 if .I 'K I f I, ' as ,.-1: 3' fy ff I rink ,rj IS -...NXNK SX gy V 'R E, x E E 'V g , , Af" Li u xwr, sr' . T ', i q ' A 1 av ..,.,. A " ' I1 fe - ' 1.5, 5 ' "QV A N,-A K 3 . , W S 1 n A gk X I RA T 42 ' ,t x A ef-Q JI ,L ..,'.n ,f-HIV! W I , new I x Ns? RS' ,I IL. J N, z.- J' 3 IAI, I' , JW' WI ' mi I' 'i A-dia' Y' I 1 1. I ni. I, r is , aa- -1' Jw.-I -r-""'f? - www fi .Z ,Q 2525? 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San Antonio GUZMAN, CARMEN Rincon, Puerto Rico HARPER, JACK Austin HARPER, WILLIAM San Antonio HARVESON, WAYNE Houston HASERT, BOBBIE LEE San Antonio HELM, JIMMY Taft HENDRICKS, MARTHA LEE Miami, Florida HENDRIX, HOLLEY JUNE Jennings, Louisiana X HENRY, VANCE A. b K up Ada, Oklahoma qv Y vi HIRSCH, BONNIE-MURRAY it W it San Antonio .W I ' , 'aff li? HODGE, JoAN s' ' ' ww 5 . J . A :x San Antonio HOGE, JIM San Antonio ..CLASS OF '58 HUBER, JUNE M. Houston JACKSON, JACQUELINE PAYE San Antonio JOSH, KAY Houston KANE, ROBERT MATTISON San Antonio KELLEY, WILLIAM Coraopolis, Pa. KNEUPER, FELIX New Braunfels LANCASTER, PAULINE Azie LAURIE, MARY San Antonio LEE, STEPHEN Seoul, Korea LOTH, HELGA San Antonio MARKGRAF, NELL San Antonio MARQUARDT, KEN San Antonio MARTIN, GENE San Antonio MARVIN, PERTHENIA San Antonio MATTESON, KAY San Antonio MCCARTY, DAN San Antonio MCCAULEY, ANNETTE Laredo MCCLELLAN, SANDRA ANN San Antonio MCKINNEY, JOHN P. 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San Antonio RANK, MAXIN E Seguin ROTH, CAROLYN Seguin RUDWICK, TOMMY San Antonio SAUL, CHRIS Mexico City, Mexico SCHAEFER, SHIRLEY ANNETTE San Antonio SCHLUETER, RALPH San Antonio SCHMIDT, WALTER San Antonio SCHRADER, VERNON Gonzales SCHREIBER, JOHN San Antonio SEIDEN, RUTH FRANCINE Brooklyn, New York SHAFFER, MARGARET San juan ..CLASS OF '58 SHIELDS, JOSIE San Antonio SNYDER, HARVEY W., JR. , Q Fort Sam Houston STARK, MARY ANN Baytown STEVENS, PAUL H. Fort Davis STONER, MIKEY Victoria SWEET, BECKY San Antonio TAYLOR, BOB Corpus Christi TERRELL, SUZIE San Antonio TILLER, MARY LEE San Antonio TRISLER, GERALD E. North Hollywood, California VALEK, TONY Ennis WALKER, KENNETH Uvalde WALL, O. RAY San Antonio WESTERMAN, JOE San Antonio WHITFIELD, W. L. La Feria WILKINSON, MARY JANE Houston WILLIAMS, SYLVIA Del Rio WOOLDRIDGE, W. F. San Antonio WYCOFF, RITA Tulsa, Oklahoma ,J V, ,Y www ax' I at -OTH , W ' ' 55 -fi? wars .4 , ,N , 4 I ... 3 a-Z'-Z"i .V f N , I X X Q X X 1 fm if N f 1 Av ,-ww S 233 ZI -..W f Wm 5 xl 'lx n . "'ffff'N X vl li 1 .. Q, I mf 2 Z W - n f "r f ff I - ,..,. f . - 1 x f' K f . i ts , . , 2 El' E I, - ,O 'S ' 131 I I - f 3 1 i .I it la if A A ,Q A 'R' .ska a I 3 'xx 3 xvlwb' .ao ? ! .. g. I . ,Q X G g 3 , .H f-fix, 'K , r fi a KM X iq R? i N 4 I 2 , ex 1' 1 4 , Zv 4 .. X I 2 5 is if iff? il .gif X K t 1 2 af 2: I it J' - ,,, 3 Ben Zollner, Presidentg James Bradley, Vice Presidentg jonna Lee Baker, Secretaryg Dixon, Treasurer. V E Era, Afg- Y f 11"- 1 14 s - . 4 Tl:-Qi - xi' X Y is-X ,f 76 1 '35 . ll Lucia FRESHMEN This year's freshmen filled the skyline campus to overflowing with one of the largest class enrollments in Trinity's history. The group showed enthusiasm and school spirit even before they donned the tra- ditional Freshman beanies and became the guinea pigs for a new type of orientation program. Within a few weeks the Class of '59 displayed its many tal- ented members and organizational ability by enter- taining the upperclassmen with a talent show. A vigorous campaign for class officers showed a willing spirit and indicated a vast source for future campus leadership. This energy continued throughout the year as was evidenced by a Homecoming float, an all-school dance in the spring, and last, but certainly not least, lots of serious studying. CLASS FAVORITES eff S QS", M A. up KAY BARNES BILL PURDY ,XS H X twigs Wg' . 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ADAMS, MARGARET Gatesville ADDISON, ANITA RUBY Laredo AKERS, TONI Brownfield ALDRIDGE, GEORGE Mathis ANDERSON, WANDA San Antonio APPLEGATE, SUE Monahans ARLEDGE, JON PAUL Houston AVILIA, ROSEMARY Port Arthur AYRES, NWILLIAM Athens BAKER, JONNA LEE San Antonio BANKS, JANE Winter Park, Florida BARNES, KAY Abilene BARROW, GEORGE A. Sonora BELLOS, DOROTHY ANN San Antonio BELLOWS, BOB San Antonio BENSON, JOHN G. Hereford BENTON, HELEN MARGARET San Antonio BESCH, JAMES X. San Antonio BLAYLOCK, BETTE JO Aransas Pass ...CLASS OF '59 BOETTGER, BETSY McAllen BOLTE, GORDON L. Monahans BOOTHE, JOE R. San Antonio BRADFORD, ELIZABETH ANN Corpus Christi BRADLEY, JAMES S. Houston BREEDING, JANICE Encinal BRIDEN, NORMA Pampa BROWN, DIANE BAIN San Antonio BROWN, ROBERT Somerset BRYANT, LAJUANA Brownfield BURNS, SUSAN Marfa BURT, DAN San Antonio BUTTS, VIRGINIA Beeville BUXTON, GERDA San Antonio CALVERT, HOWELL W., JR. Dallas CAMP, MARTHA San Gabriel CANELLAS, AURORA Caracas, Venezuela CANTU, MAX Pharr CARDEN, WANDA San Antonio ,vnu gain? A f ,- If 1 ,f fi. J f 'I ,A , ,,,. , .. ,ye f ,f :.y. ,-H' ,F . Q I J .4-. 'UW wi. 2 K Q I M -, , 6,5 , , ,gl Xl, Z, fl , ' Legg, we . if lf? :.,e 4 I f" Ti 7, f .H 4 .f "Off . ,sf 7 qggss AV Q fs- :fa ' wc,-asm? 4 ,, -... ta' f,.' W ki 3 ,, 7, laws, f , ms' 0. tt awk , . ,. . I.. I-,A ,, fr navy: ,, : - f H , ms, I ' , 4, 1 .T -my 'ws f fr f I I X W X X x 5 f 1 W , V S X ,f X 4 , at IU? 'f f it ff! W . ri g? xrfj ..', j at Q , X 5 Nw I M - 'IN Ai? X A fkx e I F E J 5' A I . 3 ,M 7 if X S If I A K M' - XV I, y 2 TW? I 'YH 'X , -, gn , A . X X, X722- ,M hai I I ' 4' 4 N 1' -N92 ik MZ ,.A w' A, gfqrik M3512 Q ww Twp'--m As FRESHME .. CARLETON, JAMES Cibolo CARROLL, MARY E1 Dorado CARTER, WAYNE San Antonio CATE, ROBERT Abilene CHURCHWELL, MARLENE Port Isabel CLIFFORD, LILA Eagle Pass COLBY, ALICE San Antonio COLLEPS, DON Rauntoul, Ill. COLLIER, JOE D. San Antonio COLUMBE, ELAINE San Antonio CORMAN, JO CAROLYN Lissie COTTEN, ELEANOR M. Victoria 151- I I, CRAWFORD, MARY San Antonio CURD, BETTY LOU San Antonio DAVIS, Josus , f --L, KIAK? If x nuff 921 Q San Antonio DAVIS, PAT Harlingen DAWS, NEL REY Throckmorton DAWSON, BOB San Antonio DECHERD, ADA FRANCIS Taft ..CLASS OF '59 DICKENS, SANDRA Kenedy DILLON, FRANCIS L. San Antonio DIXON, BEVERLY San Antonio DIXON, LUCIA San Angelo DOMINGUEZ, GILBERT H. Mercedes DULLNIG, LINDA San Antonio EDWARDS, JERRY WAYNE San Antonio ELLIOTT, CHARLES P. Plainview ENGELHARDT, JOYCE Kerrville ERICKSON, STAN "SWEDEN Alameda, California ERWIN, CARROLL Charlotte EWARD, HARRY San Antonio EZZELL, BILL San Antonio FIN CH, CLYDE Charlotte FISCHER, DAVID W. St. Louis, Missouri ff , X FRANKE, KATHERINE Uvalde .1 .Q San Antonio GAINES, MARY Beeville GAUSE, GAYLE Crystal City Q A ' J ,tt L ., X 1 'X V. AW f 1 JW I Q ' 'V ' A. 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San Antonio GRIGSBY, SARAH PAT Sanderson GROENEVELD, JACK RICHARD Grandville, Michigan GROUP, ROBERT Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania HAAG, ELO ANN Laredo HALE, RALPH San Antonio HAMPSON, DIANA Kerrville HARGROVE, DON Midland HARRIS, BEVERLY San Antonio CLASS OF '59 JONES, BETTY FRANCES Charlotte HAUEL, EUGENE Poth HENDRICKS, ANNETTE San Antonio HENEFIELD, JOYCE San Antonio HENRY, CAROLYN Tilden HIGGINBOTHAM, KEN Texas City HILDEBRAND, HAROLD C. San Antonio HITE, DELTON San Antonio HOLMES, PATRICIA Comfort HOLMES, RONALD Artesia, New Mexico HOUGHTON, SONYA G. Del Rio HUBER, SANDRA Kerrville HUDSPETH, ROY San Angelo JACKSON, GERALD E. Eagle Pass JENKINS, NANCY Beeville JOHNS, FRANK H. Athens A Q :dvi .Q ,f f f ' fzfyffff if , tf' , - ' 'W ,K gm. M Q 57 ji. I .JL Rgike X eewe'a -aaiawa wryalf- fwwf aw s a fr" N -fe .. " Y 1 ' ff Q 1 . , M4 .,,t in 1'.5?,,, , X.. ,- zf Z I 5' Aw Q I 1 I I . swfa I 2 a Rell Si '15 ' is . I ., ., A- 3 'QXMHW .ff fv A M,J,, X -MSW ZQQQQ '99 W 4 nm ,fum ,Wm v we ,W , ff I ws' O' 69 ,lin 'N-Q19 Kia KENDALL, KATHLEEN Hobbs, New Mexico KENDRICK, NANCY Excelsior, Minnesota KIDDY, DONALD Artesia, New Mexico N sggiilgtgiiulli b 'K 3 it a 1 T- -ggi , ii -X X 'Q r-,Wm ""'re""v1Ti"' if-im C, -XX ,X- RQ- ' W r w X Wg X, N . .- Q .ian ,J X. I 4 X X X X is as ' XX- .X X, by Ea I, X XX Q 54, F X X ae, 1 X - ,ww n if 5. 'X X -...H ,A W1 fm ,gil 4 X: VX ww N, X ,X f x mf x ,ZMQQQXX f or s 2, XX . , 4 ., Xjnzgr- , Q X , X- XX ' 'X' af.. z : s I A X A 3 , . K gs "sf uf ' 4' s. v . WI' in X f gf 3' . .. 7,52 X SE X W -x 32 X ff 'A O O J KXh"k i , wx gaqggfxz wi 'J '.-7 ,, GP " T of 'dia f ,, ,, C. X , I Xi i A , X K 1 ' fs Q ,Q is gf X - 1 QRS ' if if. Af- R , 1 fb , . Q 5 F , Q 1 'ilk' Q 1 f 3 3 fn Lk 495 f n ff, !!V,' , if ,MW K , J , . I :HS L ,XS-Xsamy X-- A . 9 Xsfg, fag 1-we Qrefzmwrzf-,sa I rkrkwzf., -Eff,-A , . f . 2: - -I1:t.6:"-zezkfi ZS S521-"4:f. : YQ : - ,: Zyf'Zi:151:g:1.1EZ'15"f Q13 ,qi QP: .. f 5 S -Said-:sei-1 if- , -- X is , ,J Q , ar, --QX .ass X ' ,....: Q A E, a , 444. ' ,, gbxw' fn its ,ntl , 411 I J W, , H-mafia, . ' K 'Z' . ' f , ,.. ,f-"H ' J 'rw f qi' 'Qu I A I WW , we i Z 1 Av Xs ef '- ' '. X--'SX R ' f . FRESHME ... KIRBY, BONNIE JOY Garland KLETT, BILLYE Beeville KNAPP, SHIRLEY San Antonio KUEPPER, RICHARD Milwaukee, Wisconsin LAMMONS, JAY San Antonio , LANCASTER, JOE R. Sonora LARSON, PHYLLIS Yankton, South Dakota LIECK, NANCY San Antonio LINDEMANN, KATHLEEN W ,,,,fQ,5 X fX Gonzales LITTLE, KAY Norman, Oklahoma LUKSA, JOYCE Rosenberg LUNDGREN, STEVIE Eureka Springs, Arkansas LYON, KATHLEEN San Antonio MAHAN, LINDA Abilene MARTIN, MARALYN Abilene .gr 7 mf, W M f X X r f' ' us, A ar I 1 fy 'C MARTIN, VALERIE San Antonio . ,, X, M 'A MASSEY, BASTON C. aafr ' San Antonio MATHEWS, COLLEEN A I"' 1 Austin W f nf , f f Y! A 3:35 23 ,, , I ' ' N f fs! ,N X? f sf ,W X I I 7 1 1 X XIXQ J C ,, XS? X ,,,, WZ 1, I MAYES, JIM K San Antonio , X ...CLASS OF '59 MAZZURANA, ARTHUR LOUIS San Antonio MCBURNETT, KAY Carrizo Springs MCCALL, DOUGLAS Corpus Christi MCCARTHY, MARY JO San Antonio MCCLUNEY, MARILYN Fort Worth MCDONALD, WORTH San Antonio MCDOWELL, KATHY San Antonio MCMANUS, JUDY Weslaco MCNELLY, BERT Uvalde MEYER, GILBERT A. San Antonio MIKESKA, KAY FRANCIS Eden MILLER, KAY Katy MILLER, CHARM Beeville MILLER, THERESA San Antonio MINARIK, SMITH Tucson, Arizona MONTGOMERY, JACK A A U .,,, A Memphis V ' ' "" MONZINGO, CAROL ANN ,ma ' . ,'.,. . . i ' - .,.. iii i ii MOOSE, MYLES GLENN B Harlingen - AAIE j ,5 MOOTY, BOBBY A San Antonio V M Vw , ' A A I ' 4 5 ' A ., N f f .4 A , W fa 'W Q , . qi Aa ., 1 i if , .. ,Q 5 , W ff , A f .V af .vm ABB ...har 'if , w, - f , , L. ,H .. 1' iw , ' pl.. 'Rf . A N' .xr Y, fu! A 'Z. f iw-" 2 'I' , I U... at , ,qw ' ' 3339, A NNW, KSU -dn. .B , I' . wif K Y' W 'I W1 ,Hifi ., I ul il., ,V X, HG, .4 ' I f. 1' mm. ' A ,, ,ca . ? .2 A A A 449 . A f--1-0 '9 L XE A Bt' I ' w4x.""' s hi 4 .la 2, H45 x ff' B... It 4 f! ' T Nr, f f f was-2 ' , , I A 7 1 4 A elf' u I i- 3,3 A BS? was vin 9 3' A lim 'jl"Qa,, -nam. gigs ,Y . I " 'Q X 4... 5 -...ft V fi, 'SE xg. ...,Q W' if ?,.q:::1,,.t- f . , ,M , f . -Q ww-. 355' W fx f 5 S - J sif- , r'i:i, 6 'lag we Sm, ' g " 70 " f ,N . VL . ,, 4 f f 4 . 2 .av , s J, My WZ' 1P',, gin fb, Y J X f X I if . 34 , ws MW J ZZJMWZ V 1 W 1 f f W 5 X zz f sr 5? gf Y V x W X Xe 2. wr at ffm t MAJ? yr ' 7 ffst . fms fa . ni ,, .. Y 0. I 1 , Z Q , i :.' X 5 J F1131 FRESHME ... MORGAN, JAMES San Antonio MULCOCK, GEORGIE Aretsia, New Mexico NEWTON, JONELLE Bruni NICKLE, DYSON VENN Del Rio NOSER, BETTE JO McAllen NOWLIN, JAMES R. Robertson NUSSBAUM, HENRY San Antonio PARK, JOSEPHINE South Hartford, New York PARKER, MONTY R. Wills Point PATTERSON, MARILYN Sweetwater PAYN E, ROBERT San Benito PEGG, 'MARLENE San Antonio PELTIER, DONALD Aransas Pass PETERSON, SALLY Hampton, Iowa PIZZIN1, ROLAND C. Houston POSEY, DARILLYN Tucson, Arizona POWER, JAMES L. San Antonio PURDY, BILL E1 Paso PURDY, CAROL JEAN Harlingen . . . CLASS RUGEL, RUTHIE OF '59 RAVERT, LARRY Chester, New York RAY, ELIZABETH ANN Olney RILEY, PEGGY 1. Laredo ROBERTSON, JONELLA Del Rio ROBERTSON, SYLVIA Gonzales ROBERTSON, THOMAS L. Little Rock, Arkansas RODES, CLIFTON W. San Antonio ROE, JOY Rockport ROMINE, ROBERT San Antonio ROSE, JOY Del Rio ROSS, BILL, JR. San Antonio ROSSMAN, MARGIE San Antonio WK, , 4 I My fr 1 ff 7 sr +-fm, MW A l tt, ,Q '1 ,-wa, . Q fu I Kxyl v 1 ., CW..-sf XJ' 'Vf- 92-5 525, Af: 'I Al ' 4 . V' ,V f '4 - H zzs- E' R? 'M 5 'El' la S "" M 'W "A fm Q 'K EEF' i I ooooooo f A sw I at gf X X, x I 33 .,,,, Nubbbb fu 'la X ',,, is 1 , li ,ga 'wi 1 X i. sf rtf ff I 1 - . ' I ., - A -3 N . I... ,W-f W , f, Q , we MSW fl M y J ,gf a,?i W X, Dallas RUSHING, PAUL ,,,,, 5' A --,, q i Houston -R' .24 . A 'S ,sw Qu: L s SIEWERT, LAWRENCE 'L N I Q4 - Abilene I' Ii SCHICK, WILLIAM H. San Antonio SCHNEIDER, DON San Antonio sCoTT, JoHN M. Waco SEIDEL, THEODORE A. Yeadon, Pennsylvania SEIDL, DAVID Texas City "ION V Sw- 4 -'.'.1. ?"1L..' . S99 V M'di5!M V, 'ws ., , 7, . , , . , f ,. , , li: NX I I I r so . - 1 5' 1, ,VXQV WA, , y , . S fi, I ,I ag .' xk 1 ,gfxgM1r5u,g-jk., f ' Gif J A ' 1 ' 2 QW ?5 AVS? QKW Q x ,AVJ ?fQw,W,'W WS rWf'ea,iaSaAS Y' 1 351 yy .xxx S 1 'kb V S Wil Q - N ff M -ff: ,f Nr CX L :- I ,, ,. ,. f vizx X yy, 1'2' ZZ 4 XX X , "" 1 ,I ,.A'- Q ., C .C W6 A ZW? ' if ' , fa 4 , , 1, .I Q, W A I Q5 X 5 ,W s SQ5 Sr , f x 5 X X13 Q A f X ,W ' X f X S X is f! S K X X Xskgr ,SEX ef RX 1 x X W , X A K X Q Q Q K a S Q x X, Nix X Z fx X ? R Q' Sl 7 i4 ., , I I V,,A .,, Rafi 5 WSW EaSZSW ,fQ,Q?lSfi ,:AV 'W -'V, I 1 I a aaa i 2ZSQgf,5aSWl v.1," Q 'V V' ,S 'MNST ,M XJ, , , ,.,. . f -. W f ax . ,, ' "1V- '--' ,,,1QS , fyrz .. JV - XX A QaCmSa ,JTQSQN mmSWNi 'F 4' 'ii yy, S. 7' T Q ,www QS 1 X 2" X I S N me A ' Z , v , X X XR ff 1 X Q If ,QW a,f,XarMNf Z5 X M 1 xy V f X ,, A XXX Q ff f weak X 7 XX fi N X f , 'Kg 2 f P1 4g,y,Z -snail ' 'AH' 45 LL L Mai, A I QEZSQS , if A S, Z A 4594 f ...Nga SWSQTwWi I "Q, f f ---- :r f I -,., w:. ZQSZQ awww, 155515 R712 - aSfgMrWNsW Qmggikyfwwgx awww? 1f-m I . M 'ge . r,f xnxaxeefaea ff! K' .," be fb? Szifk -Q YW . VV,, 5, A kkhk ,QHKWS 1 f 'irvgzl' , V asia AWSZZ 1 ff' f A ff ' Z . Q , X , 'AE Q S ,W . , ' info i X fi W f 5 Z f 5 xg Z X Z 3 z S 5 3 Z N w . ..hA , :,. i!ImSQPHAS!xS '. I 122 I A 5Q+VNKy' iaxwfi X XZZZZZQ if X W 1 a W a yZw?o - . V-1.1. 39 .4 . WW - ww 7 f f M My ff FRESHME ... Coleman SHERMAN, DAVID A. San Antonio SHOCKEY, CAROLYN El Reno, Oklahoma SHORT, JIMMY San Antonio SHROPSHIRE, LUTIE Beeville SHULL, BETTY Edcouch SIMPSON, CAROLYN San Antonio SIMS, DIANE Taylor SMITH, CLIFFORD LEE Diboll SMITH, RICHARD Kilgore SPENCER, NINA Edinburg STEPHENSON, PAT Harlingen STREET, LARRY Abilene SUTER, XWILLIAM KENT Millersburg, Kentucky TAUSCH, RUSSELL New Orleans, Louisiana THOMAS, ANN Houston TERRELL, GAY San Antonio TREYBIG, JERRY San Antonio TUCKER, TRAVIS Bandera TUMLINSON, HOMER LEE San Antonio . . . CLASS XVILLIAMSON, GENEVIEVE Fort Worth WITT, GLORIA San Antonio WOLF, GERALD Carlsbad, New Mexico WRIGHT, DAVID San Antonio YORK, TOM Cincinnati, Ohio YOSKO, RAYMOND Karnes City ZILLER, LESLIE Austin ZOLLNER, BEN HENRY Rockwell A OF ,59 TURNER, ROBERTA San Antonio ULHRICH, JOHN K. Carrizo Springs VARGA, IRENE San Antonio VAUGHN, LAURA Lufkin VOGELSANG, CURRY H. San Antonio WARD, CAROLYN Beeville WARD, RODNEY Freer WEBER, BEVERLY GAYE Harlingen WELLS, LYNNE Brownsville WHITE, BOBBY JIM Brownwood WIETERS, CLARENCE W. San Antonio WILLIAMS, LARRY Elsa I ,lli , :ag i,,., -- ,I ,,,, VVV, , A Y f , . X ,fllii ' .l Aiea E FUN- AV 1 , ,W -l,, j ,, Q R Q 2 X 4 V., V- ':,::f" , X ' i xx x 4 3 ,, I X fu' , ,g.,:.-. ,,, Z by Z, 'E , Q2 1 I 'Haw V , . " 51 4 .1 ,. -f I 2 Q A GQ L L I S ' I -T I ,V A i Q ' 25, 1 A 5 ' rs' - 'ff ' V ,yrs ,,, I -fn ' , , , .,,f I ,,,, Z ,.,. , .,,,,,., , fy, I I i f wif ,,,-,2r , lv -A ,, X f as -i, ,- Q , ,wx-gg' f 3,355 .11 ., . E 47 f o' . 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FN Ai K is iw i Z 5 f i tw-x i 4 vbbvv Q, 'g.-k.szf:: Q.:-vs -,Q 7.:'-."y13'g ga W -A l 1 Ss," it N fi it if L ' N J svlfgi i L .,.b.. P , Q. x gf! .X N N 5 TTT l ,' 4 , X . va 5 A. 1 N 1 2 Kees me, Babe! Loyal Trinitonians journey to them Tennessee hills for that big game What has Louisiana got that Freshman band members arrive at the zoo for their first look at Lee Roy Santa brings gifts to all the good little boys and girls Everyone dances under the Seniors' "Big Top" we ain't got? The last time many of the Freshmen looked serious but orientation will do that The Mulberry Boys carry on with tradition . . . or some few do at Christmas The boys congregate and the band plays on ' ,, I ' 2 FJ l I I T C There were lots of E 1 X, o K 5 I' I X fl, Q7 X7 I 1 w- Q C X fl boys in khaki . .. Q 3 X Ky' dy 4 Ali-Q X A 46 - i,gli' IP W X A.- 5' afla- .six Lb D L x-, BATTALION STAFF C 01' pf C ommmzd er CADET COLONEL RICHARD E. GONZALES, JR. fx ,, wt A X Corp! Su'66lh6d1'f HONORARY COLONEL LAWANNA TAYLOR Q, , . IW!!! V N' gh N ,,,. , I Exerzzlire S-I S-3 S-4 Offirer Adjulmzl Operaliom Suppfy A,f,fi.f1m1l S- 1 CADET MAJOR CADET CAPTAIN CADET CAPTAIN CADET CAPTAIN CADET IST LIEUTENANT MARTIN C. FROEBEL DON NORRIS LLOYD MILLER CHARLES ARNECKE PAUL REDMON Exefzzfire Officer MAJ. LUTHER D. WALLIS INFANTRY STAFF Adjzztmzl MAJ. CLARENCE W. COYNE ARMOR P. M. S. and T. LIEUT. COL. JAMES D. WILLIAMS ARTILLERY ' , CX MXSGT. ODIS FILES MXSGT. JOHN GUINN MXSGT. FRED BEDSON MXSGT. RICHARD GAGE MXSGT. WAYNE GAYNOR MXSGT- BILL WILSON "A" COMPANY COIIIPHIZYV Cozmmzfzder Execufife Officer CADET CAPTAIN CADET IST LIEUT. DOUGLAS CARLSON BILL NOWLIN First Pffzfoozz Leader Second PZKUOOII Leader CADET IST LIEUT. CADET IST LIEUT. LARRY CLARK BOB KING Affisfalzf Execzzfize Officer CADET IST LT. BOB GLENN Conzfmzzy Szweeffyearf GENEVIEVE WILLIAMSON COMPANY ROSTER PLATOON SERGEANT FIRST SERGEANT PLATOON SERGEANT B. GARZA G. JAGEMAN C. ALLEN I-Iassert, Sqd. Ldr. Green, Sqcl. Ldr. HHIVCSOH7 Sqd, Ldr, Duboge, Sqd, Ldf Ayers Boothe Herring Nehring Cantu Carleton Minarik Rocles Corwin Cress Pettigrew Coyle Griffin Fischer Cook Smith Hartman Sullivan Gilbert Tasch Friedersdorff Hollinesheacl Wilson Foster Fassnidge Farnsworth Anderson Ephriam Ginsberg, Sqcl. Ldr. Bull, Sqd. Lclr. Bradley Rushing Cate Schreiber French GUIDON BEARER Short Havel K. CRAWFORD Ward Eighingef Prassel Roberts Gallia Ist Platoon 2nd Platoon X My A Wu i n I e W fq,... A t. I ...aff f ' 1 C onz pan y Conznzander CADET CAPTAIN ONUFRY KIOLBASSA First Platoon Leader CADET 1ST LIEUT. BOB SMITH PLATOON SERGEANT B. FIELDS Blumberg, S Howell, Sqd. Ldr. Worrell Aledge Brandt Barrow Carter Dobkins Griffin Cullinaine Robertson Dahl Edwards Group Holmes Kneuper McCarty, Sqd. Ldr. Kneip Kuepper McCall Montgomery Mansfield Moak MCNelly "B" COMPANY Company Sweetheart ELAINE COLOMBE COMPANY ROSTER Exerzzlire Offic .gr CADET 1ST LIEUT. ANDY UIVARY Second Platoon Leaaler CADET IST LIEUT. WILLIAM HARRIS FIRST SERGEANT PLATOON SERGEANT H. MEISSNER K. MAURER qd. Ldr. I-RCY, Sqd- Ldf- Cosner, Sq Nelson Rice Nowlin Kaugg Gomez Seidel Artzt Taylor Payne Tumlinson York Floyd Valles, Sqd. Ldr. Ulbrich Vogelsang GUIDON BEARER Bird K. MARQUARDT Garcia Yosko Zoller Wolf d. Ldr Cozzzfmzzy Cownzazzrfer CADET CAPTAIN BOB ZARADNICK Fifi! P!z?f0OlI Leader CADET IST LIEUT. DUKE COOK "C" COMPANY Fin! Sergeafzt JERRY WATSON Company Szz'eeflveaz'f Executive Officer CADET IST LIEUT. BILL SPEICER Second Plafowz Leader CADET IST LIEUT. JIM GIBBONS KAY MILLER PLATOON SERGEANT PLATOON SERGEANT R. SAWYER CARMACK Schrader, Sqd. Ldr. Swift, Sqcl. Ldr. Valek, Sqcl. Lclr. Economy, Sqd, Ldf Brown Schulle Dorow Hindi Lucas Prucell johns Kahn Duecker Rieber jackson Lage Freeman Gideon Lancaster Powers Fercler Eracher Lander Treybig Brockwell Tucker Taylor Gabriel, Sqd. Lclr. Walker, Sqcl. Ldr. Gilliam Ryan Holcomb Street Rece GUIDON BEARER School Hardcastle W- UU-RICH Sigle Hargrove Robichaux Cardenas Ist Platoon 2nd Platggn , . Vtal , is .. I U M . K ywwif 2, 4 ,- fi H 'I' P 4" " 9' 4 y , am' Baud C 07111116124 er CADET CAPTAIN GEORGE KUYKENDALL Schuetze, Sqd. Ldr. Blondeau Hoge Kiddy Bellows Mazzurana Masters Pilgreen by V fy' ,wig Q mag 1 BAND COMPANY Execzzfizfe Offifer CADET ZND LIEUTENANT Q RANDY NVOODS Bam! S zueeffaemf BETTE jo Nos13R ROSTER FIRST SERGEANT J. SAVAGE Kastor, Sqd. Ldr. Spillers, Sqd. Ldr. Schockly, Sqd. Ldr. Martin Chapman Rudwick Helm Orr Schneider Mooty Aldridge Brockwell Edward Erwin Ezzell Benson Ross Purdy Finch Morgan Gilliland Lindsey Smity Nutt V, Q V f A R' 1' ,fi iii ' Q 4- vi wi fs Team C 041611 MASTER SERGEANT FRED BEDSON f -, 'W , W f-1 . ' A ' x ' W lst Team RIFLE TEAM gm A W' QQ , J , V T, ' Y svn, P K gg ' V ' .1 n"'- ,K am wma-nw fm el r ' Y' Q ff A .af vm at ,. 5 NB' IOO Bob Brandt jon Arlege Bob Orr Ken Derough Sgt. Fred Bedson 1 . Skip Freebel Kenneth Marquardt Ray Schuetze Team C 61 plain CADET ROGER SPILLERS Roger Spillers, Captain Ted Kastor Bobby Hassert Sgt. Fred Bedson 2nd Team Execzzlizfe Offirer CADET isr LIEUTENANT JAMES G1BBoNs ROSTER I .- 5' "-" A 1 -fg g f HoNoR GUARD eee e AND A i Studer Snyder Torres Alexander Sherman Seidl Rornine Colleps Pent Ruth Lammons McDonald Nussbaum Dominguez Hildebrand Mays Hale Ulmer Power Bolte Henry Whitfield Harper Joyce gg'-vnwnur'l1 A , ""'f"7 ,W A ig , S. f , 1 I' IOI 9 X ia 4 X SF ii K 'QSM Ji' ' sf ,airs , 1 52, Fi A s , M' 'SN 'VPC ' 2 V .-'mfg fi MQ . 3' "X x 'I , ' ' 1 J 5' if ' . ' 4 S .Q N 14 4 ,Hgh mfig rfwuev l',,. mm 1 ,NJ p,.,o,, '-in tv , lflmi V W 2, W, . I 5 K ff, 4 3 ' X t :AA .A Q ff ,fy i , I "H-gpg. "Now listen, you guys. Show some respect for your Not much Vvrorkz just lots of talk Officers" n Sergeants Gaynor and Gumn Drill team performs at halftime look up Cadets' fefofdg Eyes right! The corps is on review Q-sQ sic- ,sy ,g f , 1 A bw- , no.-7, -, Qsripsnmggw- f. m 2 9.-.QW ig -.sf rj v ffl AWS? ,A Q 4 is ,px SPG N5 gg JACK MITCHELL NASH Cadets get a lesson in the use of firearms No doubt as to who sponsored the R.O.T.C. Homecoming float X5 Y! . V .. f rf ery A p -. -K VI: .V W W Z ea l' f ffl" 2, K, t ff M of , mu X Qi ' ' f, v A f, , s . ,pm it sw ss, ,W R Q g f , , , , .t . 0 , 4 id L I 'ix N L ' I VW Xi is 8 1 2 ,. , - at w , r ' X 6 if ..., , , Q 4 X 4 li Q 1 M , ls' , , 3 f f z , 5 Q. X f ft A I A M ,, f aww v S' , M, ll' Y A , V W M Q X ss 1 MWW W rr 5 ! X X I Q ss .MQQNW ,mn z , , - f X, A Ay A , rf I Q, , ,K Hy, ,,f Y 3 'K sw . 133"l'Il.'f'?"':l:-"3 V4 '- Y ' 'UFV - "" rf :gy A' rf - ' 1 f Eng, -:s:..::i,,v,t .ssl f: , jxiwt- X r 1-, V. . .t-t W X ,, Ag, Sw I xv s V :Q X, , :mr F XY ,s Q 'QM .wj . 1, V ,. K l r RX Y L ,hz Q or " N s..ff.. It just looks like confusion to me Marching practice makes perfect reviews And the band marched on! IO3 ,f I , V4 I X' 5 s 1 I x ' I ' Q4 ERSONA . . . and titles and I s LITIES fx X N X XT honorS galore. KN . V I J '- gf- 4 f H OMECGMI QUEE WG A M, 4. 'ww N X4 S 5 Q QSWN! x 1 K- 'f 'jf x Q eg G Wi X " Y ZA? QQ, fd ' si' X 8 ,A W Q W, 1 M 1' in W 5' Y as 1' 5 A 5 X ,3 3 Q.. hx w ' 5' an if , MF ' , fm it? f , 9 M 4 V '. 7 34 5 . V , ' 2 - , , 9' Q QQ? - 'ft V ' 5 4:-1 ' 'sf w V 'L H a gd? at :QA , ,Q 4 'visa ., ,J P ' , 1 fx 1 :..jf x W 4 ' Wi Z" fs W Vgwqg , S f V Q Q 'C KK' va 'X 1. X fy 's Z ef, I X ' ' is - Wx Q X Nr . X X N Q r az .Q 15 s t 4 -360' R 4. xx RS' X I N U MARGARET BENNETT QEENN 1 EE C C W f gp Www. Y A 1 Z!! W f 9 J 23 C 177 Y, Raw-A Q Edw in, f I 1 ' 1 I U , . M MARY LOUISE BRADEIELD 0 ,M Ns- :vw A v: ffff' 1 ' Wg, fwkfwl f J QXWL? X -A x wiwqy y I Si. MARCIA CHEAT W f W xxx JQAN CHATHAM uk 1' if S 1 X f KV' I' S E X w yl - QQ Qi' f 1 VT' A f R N I N HAM COLLETTE FLETCHER I07 QUEEN NOMINEES K s 5.1 if W j, ...E 2 E V i divx ,, X X 5 , M X K fy E at ,, VZ Li .E:!"1s: X x .bw f ' 70 'A it f ,,. W,-W, E , I N: , MIRIAM GONZALEZ-GERTH DIXIE LEE GRACE T , 9 E I Q f , 5 BETTY PATTERSON KATINA SARRIS QUEEN NGMINEES 'Wi' ' ...W '4f"T"f .M If I x ' Sl MARIAN STAFFORD Q s JUDY STAPLES .-+" fmt LAWANNA TAYLOR NANCY TERRY 1 WHO'S WHO most immediately outstanding characteristics but his lead- ership abilities are soon discovered to be equally as promi- nent so advantage is taken of his good nature to work him often. EUGEN Gene is a good-natured fellow with a friendly greeting for everyone. He quickly makes friends with newcomers and seems to solve many of our problems by just listening to them and expressing a warm paternal sympathy. , Vlqy E CUMBS Georges pleasing voice and handsome features are his RCE K t M on a special place in everyones heart Her lovable ways ade her a favorite and her enthusiasm gave us another LAW Vivacious Lawanna came to Trinity as a junior and soon v ' ' ' . ' ni . . I ard worker who is called upon to help with almost every ndeavor. Jw. m fbs ANNA1fHW" Charlie is a good-looking guy from Kerrville. His friendly "hello" is genuine and sincere, which may account ECXLYL for his great popularity as a person in addition to his fame LES BRN as a football hero. CHPXYX WHO'S WHO f the Pioneer Class. His Lloyd is a hard working leader o calm presence is reassuring when the rest of the crowd is in a dither, and because of his cool use of logic he is often asked for help. Coming to Trinity in his freshman year from Athens, Texas, Charlie has been active in many school functions since then. Perhaps his friendly grin is most often seen h' d the counter of the bookstore where he works, but helping hand is needed. be in he is always available whenever a PNUELL CHARLES HA Margaret is that lovable girl with the helping hand that calmly finds its place everywhere it is needed. She has a smile for all of her fellow students. She knows the full ' onsibility in her many duties-classroom, meaning of resp RA YMOND social, and club. MARG Raymond is a school-spirited Texan who never turns down a request for his help. One can depend upon him to lete with perfection whatever he undertakes. He soon f ' d to everyone he meets. comp becomes a loyal, warm-hearted rien WHO'S WHO Kaye tackles the many undertakings she volunteers for with a mixture of personal charm and businesslike efficiency which seems to always spell out success. Kaye is also out- standing as one of our campus beauties. KA YE A ,Z ADKUVS V Joanie is a pert little gal from San Antonio. Friendly and interested in everything, joan can often be found visit- ing with her friends, in the coffee shop, or helping "Pat" work out planned activities for the Student Union. W i if SOAN CHATHAM Trinity will always have special meaning for Dorothy and Sam for it was here they met and were married after their junior year. Dorothy shines like a sunbeam, both in her sincere interest in others and her brilliance as a student. Sam is equally outstanding as one of the friendliest, most helpful men on the campus. DOROTHY AND SAM THOMPSON ROTC SWEETHEART LAWANNA TAYLOR COMPANY Company "B" ELAINE COLUMBE Company "AH GENEVIEVE XWILLIAMSON s.-ev' 3 SWEETHEARTS Clnnpany MCH KAY MILLER KWEW, Q X-A+ A' MS i' W -ww GV' M S Q. SGW? Band BETTE Jo NOSER CHEERLEADERS , KX I QF? :arg 'asv if ROEL TRIGO f' lit? if KAYE ADKINS Head Claeerleader W 1. 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Beazffifzfl O If 9 TIGERLAND QUEEN FRCLIC BELLE KAYE ADKINS TIGERLAND KING FROLIC BEAU fiaslllqlw CHARLES ARNECKE SENIOR ROYALTY I "4-wwf Duke and Durban' RICHARD CRAIN LAWANN A TAYLOR Prime and Prifzcefs DONALD NORRIS MARGARET BENNETT Wlifw- I 'KA' f JUNIOR RGYALTY Prizzresf and Prime SARA DEAN SONNY SCHAEFER i 'Uk mpg A Wfv K : .Q 1 , I Duflaeu and Duke LANELLE WADDILL GEORGE JAGEMAN SOPHOMORE ROYALTY I Duke and Dzzcbefi WAYNE HARVESON MARY JANE WILKINSON Prizzfe and Prizzfeff WARNER FASSNIDGE NELL MARKGRAF '29 ,mgpv-N FRESHMAN ROYALTY Prizzfeff and Prinfe JONNA LEE BAKER RICHARD MASTERS N-gawk I Dzzcbeff and Duke LINDA MAHAN JAMES BRADLEY FACULTY RGYALTY xx,-M I Duke and Duchess WILLIAM KRATZ HELEN WINDHAM X Q-fr 5 Prince and Prizzfefy ROBERT HUNTER FRANCES SWINNEY I PAN AMERICAN QUEEN SARA DEAN H L E T Musclemen showed ICS v . X 1' 4 C ' . N K, lg 3 A' A A XJ Sf " ' - N WX l xi U 1 If 3 gym., J, x X " faffff xx f Jljxrkj 1 ' I 1 ' ' . ' X-v " J: X W thelr Sk1l1S . . . 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Little All-American ,O f .-D1 aw FVN N x.,w, f IOQQ XNZV K W-W l all Z Little All-American center Duke Cook is crowned KING by head football coach W. A. McElreath as Lee Roy looks on in awe. HONORS MILTON ROBICHAUX W All-Texas All-G.C.C. N.A.I.A. All-American 'CF ,W gizfgyff X MELTON LORD f A11-OOC. BOBBY BEAL JOHN FBRRBRA ifgff A11-OOC. ' ' ' ' f' Q , if? X ,, Ax, ,Q E? I B f X f x ABILENE CHRISTIAN CUTS fr -wx GIDEON H is A as 5 SAWYER ,mmm k ,Www ggi t Q' as pow R Yi, 5 sy! , M: 5 ska s . , wx.: ' 1 ' W 'raft ., I .t f 'tix - . . WILLIAMS ' ,v QQ , X - ' ge -f 0 2 at? fi 1 f Lt' V , f TIGERS' WIN STREAK,14-13 egg . sit st s, s , W I X x X Na' it . sxy f ML f 4: 5 . Y t N1 . , v , - ts is X X 'A rx VALEK ABILENE, Sept. 17-Trinity's Skyline Tigers, looking for their 17th straight win and first triumph of the '55 season, got a rude setback at the hands of Abilene Christian, newest member of the Gulf Coast Con- ference, via a 14-13 score. Trinity completely dominated the game except for extra-point booting, and that cost the Bengals the game. The San Antonians pushed into the lead in the second quarter with a 43-yard pass from Tony Valek finding halfback George jageman waiting in the clear for a fast six points. Abilene Christian countered with some hi-jinks of their own with bare minutes left, and quarterback Leondous Fry pushed the final four yards for the tally. Fry then added the point to put Christian out in front. In the closing seconds of the quarter, Trinity began a sustained drive into Wildcat territory, and with the clock marking time to the barked signals, fullback Mike Trcka broke off tackle for 15 yards and the TD. The point was missed and the Tigers led at halftime by 15-7. After a stalemated third stanza, Christian began to move in the fourth, and with three variations of the split-T working for them, pushed ahead for their 14th point, with fullback Paul Goad adding the final 20 yards for the score. Fry added the fatal point that dropped Trinity's 16-game win streak down the drain. The score wasn't the only entry on the debit side of the ledger for the Tigers. Midway in the fourth quarter halfback Bubba Hays was taken from the game with a broken ankle bone. Hays had been the Tigers' leading ground gainer of the night and was touted as Trinity's ace halfback of the season. ANDREWS if 'wr K TRCKA ,C G - gl A 601.861 r 15 63519 agefflan c lr a s ror0Q5 to ewallrs a I YYAY 331' , QNJld0'b USf Cats. TRINITY TOPS MEMPHIS f 1 g - FOR ROUGH 6 0 VICTORY F... ,vzv HoLcoLM MANsriELn MEMPHIS, TENN., Sept. 24-Trinity's terrific Tigers lived up to their advance billings against tough Memphis State, grinding out a rugged 6-0 thriller win over the Tennessee footballers at Crump Stadium. Over 6000 spectators saw the favored Memphis Staters nearly run out of the stadium by Trinity's hard- charging backs as the Cats avenged an earlier loss to Abilene Christian. The Bengals controlled the ball game most of the way, but both sides threw up rock-ribbed defenses to cut down the rushing yardage. The only score of the contest came at the climax of an 80-yard march midway in the final quarter, with Tiger fullback Mike Trcka pounding over from the one-inch line for the sole tally of the night. Trinity, although held down in the passing department by an unusual man-to-man pass defense set up by the Tenn- esseans, nevertheless showed awesome ground potential in rolling up 252 yards on the ground to only 124 for the home squadders. Completing six out of 17 aerials, the Cats compiled only 32 yards via the airlanes, as compared to 29 for State. Defense was the keynote on both sides, with Trinity rolling to a lopsided advantage of 14 first downs to only five for Memphis, thanks to Melton Lord and some fine defensing, particularly in the Bengal for- ward wall. Outstanding players on the Tiger ledger were fullback Mike Trcka, who racked up the sole tally of the gameg George jageman, the top rusher for the Skyliners with 57 yards on 10' carriesg and quarterback Charlie Arnecke, who tossed four completions out of 15 attempts for 32 yards. ii 3 LORD Se io: 'Oak Tralher B. NX l0attXeS Gegen 'H Sfleed read. QAM IGS eq we L. qgcka uiibmemn if I ic' l . JAGEMAN KNEUPER , 1 - 'wh' , 'tv 1 h A 6 ay inks fx, EDWARDS 4 ,- ,. BENGALS RIP TEXAS A sr 1 A gjggijl Fon QND BIG WIN, 34 -o X ,gr , . -.- v-f"b-X ll X R K , , ' A ja- 4' E s 'sf -'W' " X be CAN TU F KINGSVILLE, Oct. 1-With LeeRoy moving along on all eight cylinders and halfback Odis Michalk playing before his hometown crowd, Trinity racked up its second straight win of the year, this over Texas A811 by a landslide 34-O score. With the Tigers' smashing ground game in high gear, the Bengals poured it on the hapless javelinas, with five men making the scoring columns for the Bengals. Big Mike Trcka added to his point production with another six-pointer in the second quarter of the game after a stalemated first period. Tony Valek, soph- omore passing wizard, pitched to senior wingman Allen Tanner for the second score of the period, con- necting for a 36-yard aerial play and another six points. Leading by two touchdowns at halftime, Trinity apparently figured to add to its lead, because they struck quickly for their third TD of the night. A8cI quarterback Billy Davis faded to pass, pitched, and found Trinity halfback George jageman waiting in place of the jav receiver. jageman threaded the chalk stripe down the sidelines for 65 yards and the tally, aided by tackle john Ferrara's bone-smashing block laid on the last Hog defender near the goal line. The Bengals topped off their sterling performance with a pair of final curtain calls, one coming in the person of fullback Ken Shobe and a four-yard plunge early in the fourth quarter, and the finale of the night finding end Dan McCarty waiting for Wes Gideon's aerial in the end zone for the last point. Dominating the game all the way, Trinity counted 24 firsts to A8cI's nine, dashing for 250 yards to only MEISSNER 68 for the Hogs and passing for 144 more yards to 59 for A8cI. The final product showed Trinity with a gigantic 394 yards total offense, holding the Hogs to 127 for the night. A.,:. fl J, fi? 'ws DUBOSE MICHALK its . ,.,, Kwai A ri? W? Vrwl , Tr , r - Ck A ,eagle a gary, b s eam wkes a I2 Hg-21278, th I, " K il elelogs' EA T TEXAS FALLS TO CATS I FIRST HOME GAME, 35-20 SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 8-For the fourth time in as many weeks, Trinity's Tiger gridders smashed their opponents statistic-wise, this time dropping the boom on East Texas State by a 35-20 score in the Bengals' first home game of the year. However, the score didn't tell the story of a fighting band of Lions from Com- merce-way that threw quite a scare into the Tigers in the third quarter before bowing under to superior man- power and a stubborn defense. Trinity's maroon band of Bengals stormed to a four-touchdown lead in the first half, then had to hang on the ropes to fight off a stiff Lion rally which threatened to overcome the big deficit. Once again it was big Mike Trcka who led the way, tallying the first Tiger TD and running up 78 yards on 15 carries to pace the backfield. Trcka hit pay dirt on a seven-yarder, Michalk romped 13 yards off- tackle, Chuck Mansfield hit the double-stripe for eight needed yards, and 6-6 wingman Milt Robichaux gathered in a Charlie Arnecke aerial and romped across with Lion safetyman Bobby Fox hanging around his shoulders for a 46-yard TD, for the Tigers' scores in the first half. Arnecke added three PATS and end Allen Tanner booted the other for a perfect four out of four record in the first two periods of play. Then the roof fell in on the Tigers as the East Texans stormed back onto the field and tallied a trio of TDs to cut the Bengal lead to one touchdown. Fullback jerry Lytle boomed 10 yards off-tackle for the first score, then joe Blackwood fell on a blocked punt in the Cat end zone for the second tally less than two minutes after the first tally. A series of 15-yard penalties against Trinity put the Lions on the doorstep once again, and halfback jerry Matthews knocked on the door, and it opened for six points. Tony Valek pushed the Tigers into a final lead with a clashing run over guard for the final touchdown. I.: ,,,, I mwah! - e '-1 Z, ' 1 - 'HK -at in 49.9" k - C SHOBE ,- .. 1 - ,J . 'e N fi Q ., . +27 5'-I HAYS ,K " x - f Z fm W, 1 W fr . HAVEL ,fivfw 7 2 1, ' 3 ff' I X' if . XY 4' XVESTERMAN ROBICHAUX .4-we-'M W x xi Av V 1 Ang- Ytckt I , . . tote Slow -1- fV1'challr ii iiii SX, A to 006 X5 be , jageman sit AM: ka rows ' Out fo fi QC 1' rest. ii X Q, F S A X v, fx , . -Wa. x , I ,g V as is f YOSKO Us N f Fix? x gi W 'Q ,.: in 'mf FITZGIBBONS f wus! Q af",--.re'1.'f 'K .taxi . '5 I , 5' 4 is-E ,gi ...L a y f ai- 4 I SCI-IRADER 'ii -. Y I . 'Qi' xt ,ay rl' Z XVATSON , 001: . ?uXXbQ,rx4 wait ca SKYLINERS SMASH SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA WITH CRUSHING GROUND GAME, 46-7 HAMMOND, LA., Oct. 29-Trinity's Tigers struck again, disregarding repeated threats of the South- eastern Louisiana Lions' power, and plowed for a lopsided 46-7 victory before a hometown crowd in the small college town of Hammond. Several thousand fans braved the weather to see the game, but warmed up considerably as the Tigers duplicated East Texas' record made against the Cats in their last game, by tallying three TDs in less than three minutes in the third quarter. For the fifth time in as many games, fullback Mike Trcka struck for the opening TD, this time on a three-yard plunge over guard Bobby Beal's post for the initial tally. Then followed a prolonged series of Tiger track meets, interspersed only long enough for Southeastern to cross Trinity's goal line against the third-stringers in the fourth uarter, wth h lfb k B bb score. q 1 a ac o y ,Dugash smashing the final trio of yards for the Following Trcka in the scoring parade were fullback Ken Shobe, who knocked our eight final yards to score earl in the second d ' H ' ' wide. y quarter to en the scoring for the first half. Both tries for point-after went Early in the third stanza quarterback Charlie Arnecke topped off a Tiger drive by hitting wingman johnny Campbell for a six-pointer. Soon after the kickoff fullback john Dubose intercepted a Lion aerial and romped 35 yards to score. That opened the floodgates, and in stepped little Felix Kneuper, a soph h lfb k ' ' ' a ac , who stole the show by racing for tallies of 36, one, and six yards. Two of Kneuper's TDs were set up by fumble recoveries made by ballhawking end Sammy Knox. Milt Robichaux, gigantic Ti er end, 8 spent a pleasant evening camped in the Lions' backfield, breaking up many plays before they could get started. Defensing by guard Bobby Beal held Southeastern to only 141 yards on the ground. ,ll , ' i sa. 7 A 'fax .LR- BEAL i A A atter gem' Townsend 1:-. be 510996 3281155 aaa SW one C ll. BENGALS SNARE FIFTH STRAIGHT IN DROPPING MIDWESTERN, 38-6 SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 5-Trinity's air-minded Tigers followed the path of least resistance against Mid- western University in Alamo Stadium, bombing the hapless Indian defense for 303 aerial yards when the Kiowa defense stiffened, and grabbed a runaway 38-6 conference victory. Held to only 127 yards on the ground, Trinity's bombardiers zeroed in on eight lanky wingmen to gather the 303 yards through the air on 18 completions in 24 attempts. After a scoreless first quarter, fullback Ken Shobe pushed over the final two yards for the initial score early in the second period. Trinity then used only three plays to score twice more before the halftime gun G .1 ti-T' 'fn' l ww g 1' 1- 4, 3 1, KING . '1 1 :.'e"a lqzxws i exploded. Quarterback Charlie Arnecke hit end Johnny Campbell for a 36-yard aerial maneuver and a NEHRING first down on Midwestern's 15, then fullback Mike Trcka exploded over right tackle for the score. With one second remaining in the half, halfback Felix Kneuper intercepted a jackie Weldon aerial and that was enough time for Tony Valek to fade and pitch a perfect strike to end Allen Tanner in the paydirt territory. 3 ' A I Arnecke and Tanner split the conversion duty to leave the Bengals with a comfortable 20-O halftime lead. ,aw gylg P V M y The Cats lost little time racking up their next tally, with an Arnecke pass going to Campbell standing ziggy all alone 30 yards away in the end zone for a TD. A recovered fumble added up to six points soon after, iii' ,,. 'W and Chuck Mansfield round third base for the tally. 1 'X ia in Midwestern's air-heavy Indians finally caught fire, and tallied their only score of the afternoon on an il l D aerial from Weldon to end David Greer. The TD marked the first time Trinity had been scored upon SIGLE through the air in three years. Trinity hit again for a TD, with Roy Sawyer pitching to Ken Higginbotham to end it. sf: f 1 fi? ww FRALEY ARNECKE aeiefee' Xndwl Amfflr Tl e W I . 'Criioug 3 lfS NY chalk HWS Chalk sri-:be f 1 Ol. O56 21 yard s QS gf sis?" S, . aj. K I, T .I "N Q A 1 HARDIN - SIMMONS DROPS TRINITY DESPITE FINE DEFENSING 14-6 ask ' Six . : ii K L.. 'Ex HARDCASTLE f c Q fi fl .Asvfl gk g TOWNSEND 'lyk W1 ls HALL r 5 9-V. SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 19-Hardin-Simmons, the old nemesis of Tiger football fortunes, struck again to down the Bengals by the widest loss margin in nearly four seasons of play. The Cowboys topped the in- jury-riddled Cats by a 14-6 score, and it was the old extra point that stopped the Tigers, win streak of five games. Trinity could do no right, and H-SU could do no wrong on the field. The Tigers captured the lead early in the first quarter when fullback Mike Trcka plunged the final two yards for the score after a 75-yard march downfield to paydirt. The drive was highlighted by tackle John Ferrara's fine field play and superior blocking. Quarterback Wes Gideon's extra-point try bounced back off the goalposts, and Trinity retained a 6-O lead. Little halfback Danny Villareal of Hardin-Simmons was the big gun for the Cowboys despite his size, as he tallied both 'Poke scores. He carried the Abilene Kids into a tie with the Tigers on a five-yarder off- tackle, climaxing a drive of 85 yards. Quarterback joel Honeycutt booted the point, and the game might just as well have ended there. However, the diminutive Villareal wasn't through for the night, and he applied the clincher by breaking over tackle with just over seven minutes left to play and raced 80 yards past the entire Tiger defensive squad for the topper. Marshall Doke added the point, and that was the game. Trinity was hampered during the second half by a rock-ribbed Cowboy defense, and a pass pattern that was nearly as effective. The Cats couldn't gain a yard over the ground in the entire second half, and made little more over the airwaves. For the first time all season the Bengals were outgained on the ground, gain- ing 119 yards against 228 for the Cowboys. .t"'.Z"-xy P N WILSON FERRARA . a St 'Y rcka WIS Polre s trap me-Sli' Cbvfkfv 155 'Aga anshfld 'QC 'fa Slip S01 ft' es P TRINITY LOSES TO TEXAS WESTERN IN RETURN GRUDGE MATCH, 14 -13 SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 25-The old extra-point jinx struck again as the Tigers dropped their third game of the year, this time to the powerful Texas Western Miners by a 14-13 score. Although outgained over the airlines for the first time all season, the Bengals were nevertheless a threatening team all the way, grind- ing out 243 yards over the turf against only 104 for the Miners. Texas Western broke into a 7-0 lead in the second quarter on a final two-yard spurt up the middle by jim Bevers, a slashing halfback, to cap off a 79-yard drive. Quarterback jesse Whittendon booted the point to give the Miners a 7-0 working margin. Trinity, stalled in three previous drives inside the Miner 20, broke open the second half and, led by Little All-American center Duke Cook's vicious blocking, carried 73 sizzling yards in 14 plays with Chuck Mans- field taking a pitchout from Charlie Arnecke for the score. Arnecke added the point to deadlock the struggle. The fatal tally by the Miners came as a result of a desperation fourth down running attempt deep in Tiger territory by the Cats. The Westerners took over on Trinity's 25, and Whittendon took the full four plays to toss a 25-yarder to end Dick Forrest for the breaking score. Whittendon added his second point of the day, and the Miners were away to their win. With Tony Valek calling the signals, Trinity utilized the remaining eight minutes to rack up their second score. Moving fast to cover 69 yards in 10 plays, Trinity pushed across for its last TD on a freak play, which saw Valek pitching out to Mansfield. Mansfield fumbled on the two, and the ball bounced into the end zone where Valek, who had been trailing the play after the pitchout, fell on the loose pigskin for the marker. Hugh Harman blocked the PAT try. ff! Nag. ' I -4 ' fa S id,- ' 4 1 ,ff 2, fr W, " -1. -97" X 1 HOWELL 4 4... I RUSHING - 2 G W ,,.. , S, iff? " 1 --Y .1 -.K SCHEEL X gy., is v Q ' , im ,- f -ff N? COOK X05 L0 ' s 55116395 Qi OSS Pfgslrm Iv yew old 1 X 506 S eve 1. Ck BA xi YOQG. is ww f'ff6'1f1'0f,. TANNER 'mr as , ,Q ' 'fi-7257 ' LQ i sf X X, 'Hn-,X 6 McCARTY isfqgtt. . ja i e' ki i ' S J tit 25246 -3 't'-V A- ' 9 NV- ' -'fit ' 'tk mt . : - X I 'fir 'QZL' gf fs fx k Nm-frfsazst-' ' if. A-as Y- S 5 5 KNOX 424. J Q a 5. 3 ' TMA. . ...-,.. , . ,,,, nv-N, aww- Q 'rt ,fs . A sf' R F HIGGINBOTHAM . if J i H' as a. CAMPBELL TIGERS END SEASON N 5 -4 MARK, LOSING FI ALE TO oRTH TEXAS, 7 - 6 SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 3-Once again the all-important extra point stopped the Tigers' vaunted offensive might, this time costing the Cats their tie for the Gulf Coast Conference championship as they dropped a close 7-6 contest to North Texas State's Eagles. The Tigers outgained the grounded Eagles all the way around, racking up wide margins in every depart- ment except scoring. The Cats clawed for 215 yards over the grasslands, and added 79 more yards through the air. The Birds could get only 127 yards on the ground, and 64 through the air to compete with the Bengals. Trinity had 15 first downs to only nine for North Texas, and completed 11 of 27 aerials during the game. With just six minutes left to play in the opening stanza, North Texas' Little All-American quarterback Don Baker faded to pass and heaved a touchdown aerial to Ben Boehnke, who grabbed the ball falling into the paydirt area after it had been batted into the air by a Tiger defender. The weird play netted the Eagles 27 yards and a fast seven points on the scoreboard, after Baker had booted the point. When Big Mike Trcka, Trinity's number one fullback, couldn't get going on the damp turf, Coach W. A. McElreath sent soph fullback Ken Shobe in to fill the breach. It was Shobe who turned the tide and tallied the Tigers' lone TD, breaking loose and scampering 27 yards for the touchdown, refusing to fall to the desperate tackle attempts of at least a trio of Eagle defenders. Charlie Arnecke's all-important try for point went wide of the mark, and Trinity had lost its fourth game of the Season, three of them by one point. 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B.A.M.C. .....,.......,.............................. 88 University of Corpus Christi University of Corpus Christi Texas Lutheran College .................... 60 RECORD Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity ................ 66 Trinity ................ 58 Trinity ................ 69 Trinity ................ 5 5 Trinity ................ 84 Trinity ................ 7 5 University of Houston ,,,,........ St. Mary's University .... Abilene Christian .,,,..,,.. St. Edward's University North Texas State ........ Midwestern University Midwestern University Texas Lutheran College North Texas State ............ Howard Payne ........ Abilene Christian ..... Opponent -------.--10-4 --------64 --------79 -------76 ------.78 ---------101 -------91 .------99 l52 L 'US' 5? l FE iliwr af TOM QCHUNKYJ FRAZIER MILTON ROBICHAUX ROGER TATSCH Trinity University's basketball team didn't fare so well during the 1955-56 season, winning only five while dropping eighteen. Gulf Coast Conference play saw the Tigers finish in a tie with North Texas State for the cellar, sporting a 1-5 conference record. The bright spot was upsetting North Texas in San Antonio. St. Mary's University, crosstown rival, fell to the Bengals on the Tiger court but bounced back to cop a thriller on their own court. For the third year in a row the Cats and the Rattlers have split, sharing the mythical city championship. Nearby rival, Texas Lutheran, fell to Trinity on the San Antonio court but topped the Tigers in Seguin. The Tigers still had the problem of having no gym and having to play their home games on the Alamo Heights High School floor. Actually, they were on a strange court every time they played. Milton Robichaux, gigantic center, and Chunky Frazier, forward, turned in the season's individual game scoring records with Frazier hitting 29 against North Texas in San Antonio and Robichaux netting 30 points in the final game of the season against Abilene Christian. The ball handling of Don Norris, Bob Woodward, and Roger Tatsch, plus the forward work of Frazier and Cecil Holloway and the rebounding of Robichaux and Carson Coleman made the Cats a threat in every game. Frazier drives against St. Mary's Robichaux goes high for a rebound. Tatsch and Nmfis rolling. ,ff fr 3 ?f Y, ' 4 V 1- , ' 5' 'w,,fv,, , 1-QW' - We-. T 4. N-, CECIL HOLLOWAX' CARSON COLEMAN Wfoodward shoots for two Two points on the way. 1 Robichauris jump shot. Bucket! b af 1' . PAUL TAYLGR c . N N S ....sw.....+...,..,...:,..4qgf 'FX 1.11 z 1 Leading the pack. TOM GRIMES Tatsch shoots from outside. Chunky lays one up against North Texas. Right on the play. ki E as CARL ALLEN Qi 9, 4 7 ., .,,, f - - - In the 1-ur for a jump shot. , ---' L X R A z Q , ROY GREEN 5, is ...,: ,, .,.,.,. . ' .e ,:f 'mx-: - ' W , 33 A- 4 ,. ff ROIDCY gets W-RY UP UIUC- Woodward, Robichaux, and Tatsch fast breaking i 2 for X an -.., I BILL SUTER ,,.-sv . QNX an QNX ln 7 Q ! Grab that rebound! 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Q gy , SX 'I 'X 23,4 .X- - . ., , X5 'P , r S X GO ONT RUT M H N COACH Clarence Mabry was added to the Trin- ity coaching staff this year as head tennis coach. Mabry, a tennis professional, is also city tennis director. At the age of 11 he won his first tourna- ment in Alice and at 13 he took the state championship. Mabry has won all the Texas state tennis titles including the interscholastic Texas Amateur Athletic Federation title. Besides the Texas titles, Mabry won state cham- pionships in New York, Pennsylvania, New jersey, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Ohio, and Illinois. He made the "Eastern Circuit" three times, competing with such players as jack Kramer, Pancho Gonzales, and Vic Sexies. TENNIS CLARENCE MABRY Tiger netters opened the tennis season with a 4-3 victory over Southwest Texas State Col- lege in San Marcos March 16, taking three singles matches and one doubles. In the next com- petition Lackland Air Force Base edged the boys 4-3, though Trinity took the top three matches. The Women's Recreation Association sponsored the second annual Intercollegiate Women's Invitational Tournament March 25 and 24 at the San Pedro Courts. Marilyn Montgomery re- tained her singles championship in the tourney over players from nine other schools. The men brought home honors in the next two meets, defeating San Angelo College 5-0, then following up with a 2-1 victory over Sul Ross. Trinity took one singles and two doubles in the San Angelo match and one of each against the Lobos. Also on the team schedule were Victoria junior College, Odessa junior College, and Texas Lutheran College. This year marks Trinity's real entrance into intercollegiate tennis competition. With the addi- tion of a new coach Trinity's hopes of developing tennis into a major sport on the campus have soared. GOLF COACH Though Bill Sneed is new as a golf coach-this is his first year-he is not new to the Trinity athletic department. Since 1953 he has been trainer for the various Tiger teams. His trainer experience began in 1947 at Litte Rock, Arkansas, his home town, where he helped the junior College elevens to the 1949 championship, and to the Little Rose Bowl at Pasadena. He also worked with the Little Rock Travelers, AA Pro Club, and the Air Force in the Far East. Golf is his hobby and his ability as a trainer makes him doubly useful as a golf coach. Besides these athletic duties Bill is one of the counselors in the Mens' New Dormitory. BILL SNEED Hampered by the loss of four lettermen, the Tiger golfers started the '56 season with a 9-0 loss to North Texas State on the "home" course at Oak Hills Country Club March 7. Playing next in the Border Olympics March 9 and 10, the Trinity linksmen took eighth place with a 36-hole total of 634. March 14 saw the Tigers journeying to Waco where they suffered another defeat. This time to the Baylor teemen by a score of 6-0. Next on the Tiger schedule was a trip to T.C.U. on March 15, where they dropped another decision 6-03 followed by a return match March 21 with Baylor, losing again to the Bears 4-2. It was hard driving and keen putting that netted the Bengals their first win on the links March 28 when they trounced the St. Mary's Rattlers 7-O in an inter-city match. April 12 the linksmen met Texas Wesleyan in San Antonio and took the match 6-0. They followed up the next day against Southwest Texas State, splitting the match 3-3. In the return bout with the Cats April 19 the San Marcos four handed Trinity a 7-4 defeat. The Tigers ended the season April 27 against North Texas State in Denton. l63 Q ,Y f ,M , , my ., , GOLF X xx 4 J 4 f 5 , , 'W' 55' Q Q G' ,fy ff H' X 4" , ' fff vm yf ,, f X is 2 .555 E ,fu-K ASW My , I , f wi f R ww? , may ,, awgfz ,' 647 AW, X . wa A Wendell Gilliam, joe Westerman, Harris Kimbell, joe Carmack, and joe Cardenas. new if 'l, M ,gfiduffif Y, , jr, ff! 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It's for the intramural archery championship Badminton tournament is in progress Slam it back to him, L.K.! Will it be a strike R l d Wa ne ractice upon their ping pong game We've got to get more teams interested in the intramural contests," oe an y p sa s Mr. Mus rave. , Y g Counting up the score on the archery play otts ? R G A N I Z A I joined and joined T I O N S and joined . .. V w X 1 VI 1 623. Q w XFX ! A T , X s -i .Q 4 . 1 ' J, , X - s - 1 4 ,x 7 is ' F 1 l i 3 Y 5? I I I L l 1, r- , I l x rf ff l STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the executive branch of the Associated Students of Trinity Univer- sity. One of its duties is to appoint standing committees such as the Assembly committee, Ad- vertising committee, Calendar committee, and Election committee and to direct the activities of these committees. The Council also handles the distribution and expenditure of all student fundsg publishes the student handbook, the MORES, and also the student activity book for the year of their tenure of officeg and carries out the provisions of the constitution and by-laws. The Council had a busy year trying to handle arrangements for the tiger mascot, Lee Royg plan and direct the activities of the annual Homecoming celebrationg arrange for the school-spon- sored, out-of-town football gameg and organize the annual Founder's Day celebration. The Council also sponsors such social affairs in the Student Union as student-faculty coffees and assemblies. The group gets together every week to "hash out" its new problems and to report on the successful solution of others. Charles Arnecke L. K. Croft President Vice Preridezzl ridmr Qin'-N.. faq.. 9i 1 S Q. , s H 'gkfx . V my lv '-H ' ,l -WW? Lanelle Waddill Don Frizzle Leon Ginsberg Secretary Treasurer Speaker of the Sermle iii" Yue, Sara Dean junior jurfire STUDE T COURT A , .... - t it AAAAA s '- S 'f M ' , f T 1 ' X f M M , Vlvvvlivyl j f ei'-"" f f 4 nl ' e S i. f ' B Sv ' EF m Robert Fields Arroriate juslire junior jurfire c Q .1 . M ,,-,fe , as W fr nf fr ve A M GE .,.-Lf JOM Z Charles Harwell Donald Norris William Nowlin Chief jurtire Senior juylire Senior justice Student Court is the judicial body of the Associated Students of Trinity University. This group of law enforcers has jurisdiction over all cases involving student discipline and honor, student violations of the constitution, and cases of impeaching student officers. Six members comprise this group, including two members of the senior class, two juniors, and one sophomore class member. Meetings are held only when a case is sent to the Court or when the justices deem a meeting necessary. STUDE T SEN TE The Student Senate is the legislative branch of the student government, empowered by Trinity's con- stitution to make all laws governing the Associated Students, except those laws which appropriate money. The Speaker and eight other senators are elected from the student body, the other four members are the class presidents. The Senate cordially invites students to come to any of its weekly meetings, for its pur- pose is to be of service to the students. Elizabeth Dabbs C l erk Wayne Harveson Purliamenlariun Nelda Kinsey Allan Kownslar Dan McCarty Leon Ginsberg Speaker i"'2, Charles Teykl Speaker Pro Tenz 6 i 7 M' . Wk., , 2 .. . 1 . Vg rs jack Crawford Barbara Deborah Lloyd Miller Ed Pigott Ben Zollner T Ra Ot Pa ymond Judd Prefiderzi tillie Kardegg Sew'etm'y ul Schwab Spozzror Barbara Deborah ALPHA CHI Marilyn Montgomery Vice Pfmjdezzl Andrew Uivary 4? ff 155 - ..,. Katllgiiglgowen Texas Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Chi is the national honor fraternity on EliiEZfE"Hardy Trinity's campus for all those who rank in the upper 10 per cent of the junior and senior classes. Alpha Chi seeks to promote scholarship on the Trinity W.-. fr as 2 J X, r. 'W I X r.. 12 -.4 SX Q ,A f X Xa, I , ,.iA,y. 4 'wg S , 1 52 i 'w campus among all students. The organization is concerned about the general academic atmosphere of the campus while it seeks to serve and know the truth. 1 43 Doris Barth H.D. Ernest Margaret Bobbie Eugene Paul Sara Spozzror Adair Baum Bennett Braly Combs Conditt Dean Helen Lloyd Betty Margaret William Bebe Catherine Dorothy Hogan Miller Nance Sanders Schaefer Semmes Sirmeyer Thompson A if """ " 2, I i 5'mf 'W Q ' V? fwt .- x W as I a R . - . warg . as tt c' a T 7 'wr' 1 5 , A u .sa V, - ak if fn 'v,. f if 1 ,, ,,,,, I K , f 2 -' fs iff-P l .. W xwg a Q, f'fr-r-was? Lee Adcock Preridezzl Margaret Cater Helga Loth LPH LAMBDA DELTA 'M' XQK4 X 'Q' , l .2 A . X M 5 5 L29 fi-'ic 'l it " ,, ff K ,, i f 1 'if .i it 1 sg V3 'gh tl L Z Rita Helen Becky Patricia Ina Beth Wycoff Bremer Sweet Brown McGavock Vire Secretary Trearurer Hirlorian Sponsor Preridelzl Alpha Lambda Delta is distinctive as one of Trinity's three national honor organizations. Membership is limited to freshman and sophomore women who attain a 2.5 grade point average, or better, during their first semester in college. Trinity's chapter endeavors to uphold the purposes of promoting intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among the freshman women. A paper drive was held this year to make money. Also, this organization worked with Blue Key to form the men's national honor fraternity which corresponds to Alpha Lambda Delta. Business is conducted at the monthly dinner meetings. f,f-is mi ALPH PHI OMEGA Delta Pi Chapter of A. P. O. aims to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Boy Scout's oath and law. It is one of the "live-wire" groups on the campus-especially around the time of Student Officer elections. It sponsors the Beard Growing contest, Ugly Man contest, and the Gal and Calico Dance as part of Founder's Day and its pledges work on a worthwhile project. Meetings are held twice a month at which the club discusses ways of serving student body, faculty, youth, community, nation, and fraternity brothers. George Aldridge William Ayers K. V , ,A 4? - ? 's 4, Gordon Bolte PM lnqu Howell Calvert n Richard Crain .ww 4 ,,s f 5 - I? ' wi 117 ,V 43715 fl s :Q ir T ii s , Paul Ephraim f-va W A W Jmgmy,dHelm Warner Fassnidge W 'eff em Clyde Finch fi James Gillis William Harris 5 J 3--rf:-1 Vice Prefidenl Ronald Holmes . Zvsf "'f E Allan Kownslar ' 2f ,J X Wilbur Schaeffer Second Vice Preiident Robert Martin Secretary Bob Romine Ted Seidel Stuart Scott Larry Street Bill Suter Ben Zollner 5 Xt 23' i il ' -if ' X ,. , ,gk 1' N 3 3 W t v s Nd as X 1 :'s?'21lfE :,, ',. ' ,t .i ' 5 t 1 ,v ,gf G ' rg fggf vt 'Ft . ' ' ' , f 1" .. --. , fe' ,522 va -ci in K , t 25, . ., 1 f at sn. s gg , We 235 ' T M, fs sf , U y t..- Q M 33 E lr , ,X E xi 'Q Zi 1 E E E .gs Y fi' + 7 2 fl ' -" ws ' K X A ff " S ' ' WE A " i A t, . if :QL ' . mf " LJ' 1 iw.. W v 4 . ,X Q Sm ,S T T T c r ' , V . X . an f at , R., figs 1 fm, it ,st dr " 5? fi ' o A E 1' , i r W c . N s f 5 - Je H A viii? 1 1 .. ,. R . 4,1 X -. Qt xxcx x I XX , w , ,, ,D ks Iv, . . " o . s '7 " 29' we rw ,W .X Q Z -.V i , fi . . " -M by -441 f' s , , ii' T ts. ,fx i -- .X , , e I i mv? ' ,Y X ' A , . V V W' ' Qi if 7" , , f Q ' if f2,g K . 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A off f' SP2 f - t " , l if A We N, '51 jf it , 4, li ,. 1 , - fa, 3, ---- , r - - vo X . BEGL The fancy-stepping Trinity University Bengal Band makes all Trinity proud when it goes marching by. Our band is organized to provide educational experiences for future band direc- tion, to represent the University at various events, and to stimulate school spirit. This group works tirelessly, three or four times a week, perfecting their skill and showmanship. Members are students taking band as a credit course. Activities of the Trinity University Bengal Band were numerous this year. The Band led pep parades and provided a vivid splash of color and half-time entertainment at football games. Concerts were given at many high schools in the San Antonio area. The band served as host to twelve out-of-town bands during the Homecoming celebration. Band members also participated in different civic functions, presented the annual Moonlight Serenade and Dance for the student body, and held their annual picnic in May. Q9 7 L- .s,,.,,,,,. s S I l w ., f ,vnu . 'IW X af 9 f . , 'I ' air?-'+ X ff 1 rv' 2 W N I ,l V ca .F . - Xi. - , ' Yr ww ie Q1 if Q f . , . H Henry V. Aguilar, George Aldridge, Robert Bellows, john Benson, Lajuana Bryant, Richard C. Chapman, Betty Curd, Alice Czarowitz, Mary Jean Gerhardt, Head Majorette, Secretary-Treasurer. Coral De Harden, Linda Dullnig, Harry J. Eward, Charles P. Elliott, Carroll Erwin, William P. Ezzell, Clyde E. Finch, Frank C. Gray, Barbara Deborah, Majorette. jim Helm, jim Hoge, Sandra Huber, Charles T. Kastor, Donald Kiddy, Billye Klett, Carlos Leon, Kathleen Lindemann, Nancy Lieck, Majorette. Robert E. Martin, Arthur Mazzurana, Mary Jo McCarty, jean Milam, Robert Mooty, James Morgan, Georgie Mulcock, james H. Murray, Nell Markgraf, Majorette. Lawrence R. Nutt, Sarah E. Peterson, William H. Pilgreen, Sylvia Robertson, Thomas Rudwick, Ralph Schlueter, Fred Shockley, john M. Scott, Bette jo Noser, Majorette. , Elizabeth Shull, Carolyn Shockey, Lawrence Siewert, Roger Spillers, Irene Varga, Gloria Witt, Nancy Sue Cherry, Reporter, Donald Titus, Business Manager, Richard Crain, President. .tl Richard Masters ' Drum Major lx li ll El ll i Irving Dreibrodt David Arnold Director Arrociate Director l75 c .Sf Q tx f f saw X , K 1 c S .rev lr," A 2 NY ,ZX ' X L-:L i Y fs --fv ct rr f X X, L W .. c I t , yi ....: ,,,, I H S N ' I fp is N H ,6 4 If ,: N. f ' V - : .1' y D 5 Q A Q ' s " 'jg A ,, - , :I 4212? - " K ' , cfm- - is-Q WX ME 4 H fi-it Q , if f 14, 1 pf gf ,Q Q , -: W- . G 'W 'wif Q 5' J V rw 1:1 . f t ,gh 1' ,Sf . , X: 'f' , ,Q M ag' ' fr' -fc rf s 4 X or f . yi yr- ' 'bilge S W9 E ad: t 1 this J? My ' xx? Ha fx z Q 4 . N f jon Paul Arledge Bob Group Smith Minarilc Larry Street 1 w ,,, NNI, vw x ',' 1, Harb: 'ia' A we ww-3 f w gk f X' KW ax 1 X W 3 4 a W X X an 2, if iv, 9 Q ,J g V' X I X, Q cw xc Q GFX 1 S X R 3 f 1 I W f X 7 W X c Q Z if w ' 0 fy SX ,W Stein? 5 L if? X .x, it ' lv , I R A' i lv .X.. ,.B Si 5'7f7ZWA 2i5'5555i3c , 4 'X ,IVV N ct 1 Y- f 'Sy N ,Zigi , ,- I .A,. . 1 a Q, G X f 'W N A, Qtr, s 4 ,E 4 X r z iq Y William Ayres Don Hargrove Bill Purdy Bill Suter Bert McNelly President john Benson Ronald Holmes Dusty Rodes Rusty Tauch Bob Payne Vice President Q X 4- W t f in sr Af f gy, ,ll mf, Q , X s sm z " 9 Q7 X Q Y if Jr, Q KS ' WZ?A f Q. ,YN K r, Sa 7? X 7 X, X Ol X Q 4 , Q, X X 3122 UQ, MN fi vs? R, ea Gordon Bolte jerry jackson David Siedl K 1 i gf I Q 'if-non. si if : f is james Bradley Frank johns Lawrence Siewert Curry Vogelsang Gerald Wolf Donald Kiddy Mal Schraub Secrelary Sponror BENGAL LANCER Gilbert Dominguez Douglas McCall Clifford Smith Ben Zollner The Lancers offer the only opportunity on the campus for freshman men to belong to a social and service club. New members are chosen by Bengal Lancers of the previous year. In this way entering freshmen quickly capture the spirit of their new school. Meetings are held twice a month. The club Promotes worthwhile projects for the benefit of the student body, sponsors a float in the Homecoming Parade, a candidate for Homecoming Queen, and a booth at Founder's Day. 5 ,W W X W y my , We ,Y 'Z ' " ,:,.,- " ' fa 3 4 Av, 1, XZ! 5 :Y 1 X f' 4:,, I I3 1 zaaa ' a.ea4ar 'giawr fx ,Av ,J 4, Q ls!! ! ..,,. , it inn f 92 V i 7 4 9" s. 23: f ti f A , . , r . i s if - X' af , f f aff' , 2- 1, f' LW, ' af X fist . S, , W W 4 a f' "" ff is X .-at X a ,f f . , my nf if , -ayff 1 2 x Z I , ff, a 1 'W - V ci ,f Q If , K. k a, ...x th . fi V i f a 'E' ae at at ss - f l ssss "-' - s f at ,i , .. ki h Iggy j ' 4r'Wm,fa?z X, be ' A 1 f f X xi? XX W B 9 f ss Z S s w' X s 0 N 1 W X fx! 5 Z 6 X V XX, , 1. QQL J3 Q james Bradley Delio Borrego B Bert McNelly Charles Mickey Myles Moose Bernard Natkin 'I A ',.. Teddy Wallace David Wflghf Leslie Ziller William Kratz y Ed Pigott, Jr. Katherine Franke 517071 my 1 K i t Treasurer Secretary ZZfZQf5iQ?ast .fx ",' at ' ti ,lrr Betty Davis jack Detwiler James Power Eddie Sutkin Tom Sergeant Jacob Uhrich Spozzrm' Spofzror George Richmond Kenneth Walker Preridezzl Vice Prefidezzl BIOS CLUB Trinity's biology department sponsors the Bios Club in order to bind together the students having a special interest in bugs, bones, botany, and other biological subjects. Prominent doc- tors and experts from such fields as health, wildlife, and sanitation speak at the monthly meet- ings. The club sponsors an annual picnic and this year made a field trip to the Southwest Re- search Foundation. The Homecoming float for the club this year featured two skeletons riding the convertible as officers of the group. Eugene Combs Paul Conditt Richard Crain Xa ' -"""'A S, 1 + N v p vi X 3, . Y 2 gi 'ft' AW ' , W gs if 2 X- 1 x--A 1 ' A - Q-X ' v -MMR , mmf George Kuykendall Preridenl , 333 4, Q A L. K. Croft I I f QS y Ezll' james Gillis ' Q I ' George jageman Charles Harwell Vice Preridezzl 3 1 2 x as x , X as 1' ff it Allan Kownslar f Lloyd Miller ,gf ' Charles Remaley fy A Leal Dobesh w if Secretary S Z X1 X 7 X ' Q 'B M ,S C a Z y f A C W , X In , George Richmond f' A Q git? Wilbert Schaefer , QQ ' . ,LQS it Riley smith Raymond Judd Treasurer 5 . W fi W f ,Y M W B Charles Teyl-cl Q ,Q Sam Thompson 1 , I 'ff' P W 1 ' i i' W di -.af Wofford Thompson Q 15 Bob Boward T E R eporler ,f lr Q V2 I 5 . fi? I lui 1- 5211 1,V W W Walter Roberts My 55 . l Q Alumni Sfffeldfy " if -1 X . . . ,V r P Willianu Speicher . "" P Alumni 5c,C,em,y Albert Herff-Beze I V Z A Sponsor i A ,Q 4 Q . 1 f wif, Nj ,4 4 Z 1 A d 2 Blue Key is a service club containing some of the campus's finest male leaders. These "big- wigs" are junior and senior men elected on a leadership and scholarship basis. Endeavoring to act in close harmony with the administration in promoting improvements in college activities and fostering enterprises for the general welfare of the student body is a big job which Blue Key ably manages. The members "meet and eat" at their monthly meetings and sponsor a spring and fall picnic each year. ,Q I f C avg I L 5 , X X Y! ss? NS QW? if X Z ai ,WS -fl rink 7' 3, .. fx Q, .- .X ,nm , . lf "Q f rf , fy' X x W4 ,v X A s A 7 Spf l N J , 9 ' 4f Li' xi 1 f u S I S 1 s J X ,,,, Al Q t . "UV "f 2 sf! 5 i r Eugene Combs Preiidezzt Leslie Ellison Vice Preridenl Carroll Wicher Recording Secretary Marcia Cheatham Correrpozzdizzg Secretary Mary Alice Parker Trearurer Frank R. Neff Sponior james Spalding Sporzror Lee Adcock Rosemary Avila Helen Benton jim Beverly Lolly Bryant Howell Calvert Margaret Cater Eleanor Cotten Lucia Dixon Jean Eden Susie Gerardo Emily Jane Graham Charles Harwell June Huber Kay josh Bonnie Kirby Pauline Lancaster Dorothy Laas Mary Alice Parker Marie Parrish Walter Roberts Nancy Toppins 1' 3' -TIL A .w,, , A ' ice . .I 4 ' N4 , 1 Ar, fora-t as F5 J ve , ,AV-1' 1 . i wav! A W ., t Q ..,,,., it Q4 ' A ' . S' S , ae 2, ' 1 P, M' fi' sw-rf' t M ' K as M .N fy ,sg K W S iii., ' r W, i ., J few A ., ,,,, W r u I A V5 , , I iw Af S Im, I, gg:- iq-Zyf M "' ' -Q ZQM' 'L Q 2 :L P ' V""' tx , .i:, 2 W is -nf f m farm .r "" , if , , K if A A Z 'f . , 1475 y ,. B 0 M , ,... 1 ' s s V y ',,,.,,, adn, 'iz' a ,ff X a 1 A :,. ,,,. . vw ..r- 4. v V ,VAV I Q 'NNN , , I RM V ' X I 1 ' 'im- ZV rw If an ,AQQ an Q' I ' -,fm 1 '-"5 ' ' W , ' f '12, ' ' Q - in. ,,:: WW A S l A as T ii , f ,- z Q er ,.., if , h X if-'fm 7 , ,xi arf' , if f " Q R W Lanelle Waddill . 6, '- H f- 4 f-as Tom Wilbanks ' 1 z ,,,v lffffds. ,. Mg' ' Rita Wycoff , Upper Room Chairman In 5 ,A 9: ,il Paul Stevens 'is Q Upper Room Chairman 5 P it cy " bg, ii , I CHURCH VOCATIONS FELLOWSHIP Church Vocations Fellowship is composed of our students who are preparing to be full time leaders in the church. Thus, a great deal of conscientious planning goes into its numerous activities so that members may profit from them as they prepare for their vo- cation. A great contribution to the religious life of the campus is provided by the C.V.F.'s sponsorship of the daily Upper Room services. Other activities include an annual spring retreat and bi-monthly meetings with programs of speakers, study discussions, and trips to churches. I79 ,. ik. -4 A 'if-5 JI, 9 'ts 1 ', E as-,Ei .iv 4 14,0516 ,Q U3 'Y' ew w W-,jf .N-V Q-is l I I ,K has Q , IQ 0 E I -M Sf' ,W WWW 15' y M N Er f , Aw 2 H-7 1 1 My L ' p 4 4' vw-f ,, ., 1 sex if i jr 2 -SS' W FQ 3 Lee Adcoclc Rosemary Avila jonna Lee Baker Kay Barnes Helen Benton Helen Bremer Virginia Butts Mary Carroll Elaine Columbe Bettye Sue Conrad Betty Dax is Prerjdezll Sylxia Bennett Vice P!'K.l'fL1,t'IIf Mary Laurie ',, , . vis cf X, - fW ,s t c ' X fe.: X X a, ll we xx vw X 5 sl ' lc. X , ss M at""tixi 1 J' 10 .iii E Q i Mi t , f s Q WM? 'H izv S W Wi ff' ""' i.,. 1 , ai i K A W CHI BETA One of the busiest organizations on the campus is the group of enthusiastic freshman and sophomore women comprising Chi Beta Epsilon. This club operates a used-book store at the beginning of each semesterg assists in the sale of football ticlcetsg actively supports Homecoming activities by sponsoring a queen candidate and a parade floatg and, in addition, holds several social functions for its members and their dates, one of which is a dance honoring new members. SeL're!.1ry L., a t , - 4 7 Elizabeth Dabbs .. ',g -4, "" L V Nel Rey Daws lf- M Ada Decherd Lucia Dixon J 46' 3 s st.. 4: Q . Q , - . . A , ivvv i I .W , . Aa: ii 635 f-W, f In J-E Anne Dobbs 'A' ' V' f-V M , ,- Mary jean Gerharclt - 4 'bf zvrl ' Y V i - Kay josh f sf- N ancy Kendrick 1 L 1 t '--r'- 'i't's t i , f 2 , 2 avi.i 412' 4 '4 ' Vit, it - I I J ' 2 x "csv 7 . ,, 191 dl! 3 Q -an bf ifkw 'K nl f f "Q ' y KK . Q: " rf Dx flx f f 7 Qff M f t- l Y Jill! , , 2 Q Y I. 1 S z WEPSILO i "Chi Beta" is a service and social club devoted to promoting the college l Q womens interest and participation in school activities. A business meeting is ll held once fl week. Prospective members-interested underclasswomen-sign 4 a joint candidate list with prospective Kampus Kub members, and may be Carol jean Purdy Elizabeth Ray Josie Shields Mikey Stoner Kathleen Lindemann Kathy McDowell Linda Mahan Nell Markgraf Kay Matteson Colleen Mathews jean Milam Charm Miller Bette jo Noser Darillyn Posey Dana Baugh T1 eurln er Florence Boston Reporfer Pmlitzzzzezzlmtfrzzz Mary Jane Wilkinson Hi,rfm'mzz, Czzrzudmiz C it Av,, 4 'L 1 as , .' 4 xa- f?,, X' E1 ff- J g is is aa Q H , " 'S' 5 'Q-55' 5 , p g , '52 fc if x W Mary Lee Tiller Sylvia Williams i Genexieve Williamson rt- X Rita Wycoff ,Q '," --'11 - 'iii l Leslie Ziller x2ntf, r - -' ,N 'Sb QR 1 X A wma fi AP' , , 2, ,.-5 ' r" x C 'G' C its ,' W 3, Sv , ,Xi a ,, wg W fe A saf'fif,'f2 . - as 5334 - fs, l f ' i selected by the club upon receiving a majority vote. l 1 U l l l Q . l l l Q A - I ' fr 'A' X' 'a i , I v x 'i X . X 1 X 'T at I 1 N' X 4 x la I . ' ,ye s i s-5? X 52 9 I YS 4 l ? W 3 is 1 i f lvl asf? elk' -F i tx X lv: S jg, X I 1 - ' ' S25 my NS' W ' l X' ,ff YK? gf X' is I ax M M g R WEN! gg A if X K I l 4 ' ? 5 ' LQ KA ll Q5 . M ' Q lx Y., 3 X 9 , 'Ml' i Y. Q i A 1 1 l 2 l l ti i X I xg W s QA 4 4 5 99 IDI. . K 4 5 4 I I wa, af lil. 1 L Vvqv -Q ty: .1 J, L I i'tt Q , ' 1' in 1.,.s X 'BK' V ,gg gb tags' f y . AJ lllirm, 5 sfig.-.ati ' , Q 3 ,. an PH' 1 Xx X P ,:,i,. ",:.'F,,"k'l ' Q 1 .,, f Iii' Collette Fletcher Nancy Terry Dixie Grace Helen Hogan Nancy Millar Ann Schwab Prerident Vice Preridenl Sef1'e1a1'y Trea.ru1'er Correrponding Sponfor Secretary DELTA KAPPA PHI Delta Kappa Phi, one of the very active social and service clubs, has a long history of campus leadership. First organized in 1931, it is the oldest organization for women on the campus. The membership, limited to twenty-five, is invitational. The "Deltas" work to pro- mote loyalty, honor, and friendship on the campus. Two of the major social activities of this organization--the Carnation Ball in December and Carnation Capers, an all-school style show and dance-use the motif of the clubis flower, the white carnation, for decorations. A Friend- ship Coffee is sponsored for all Trinity women in May. Their service projects include the assistance of the Gray Ladies in Brooke Army Hospital, collection of teaching aids for the Mis- sion Road School for Exceptional Children and of clothing for a European orphan. Berta jean Blake Nancy S. Cherry Ann Copple Jacqueline jackson Sue Kennington Mary Kirby Beth Knight Faun Miller Mary Alice Parker Pat Read jean White Carroll Wicher Guard Chaplain Reporfer Hiitorian Pmliaflzefmzrimz :QW t Zz Maia f . . ja f N is m XZ 5, K 2 , X 1 Sf ' J 1 fx x ff I QW fi!! avi? .W xg J MN iv can 'WY X S K Y S 3 . Nxt? :ills l as ff l82 x .L :W 4 tg 1 4 Z t 2 iz. it H , L ' L 3 1 ,I ffff' fl: 52 M A ff f I f ,wg - 'Wv f .I , ' V g ts , H t, ' . 1 Q ""- 'abr Q Q ' H fa -i ' L 1 ' .- 5. ' . J" s .g:E' " :WH 47' ,,,N'w,:' N Q 4 .. , QW iff , L 1 , G v n . Apl- W f if A l I ay gf - V r 1, nf 3 if ,-. V- VL ,Wy D Q Z X , , 175, 1 N I X .5-Q a 'I' . .. at - R ' C L H ,.,. ,: W ,f "" U fi' I X ,c 'Z Q xiii' ii' 'MQW ' i V.: ,s , Q X 4 " g' Q H X ff, ' J - if V .Q if K W X s 1 ky s. 5 , ' 6 l Xi 4 f li Q A yi 52 ' 2 ' Z 'M 4 'ff s, i ' f fi? Y f wa Cowmmzder Exec. Comm. Special Staff Special Stuff Sperirzl Snzff Cfzpmizz Second Liezzlezzmzz David Bamberg Robert Kane Harvey Snyder Doug G. Carlson Gordon Bolte Tom Hilderbrand David Seidl rjtvdf. Z My? James Gibbons DRILL TEAM The Trinity University R.O.T.C. Drill Team organized as a new service club this year with an initial membership of thirty-four. One unusual feature of this club's organization is its sub- stitution of men with military rank for the usual elected officers to fill the leadership positions. This school-spirited group unselfishly put in hours of fatiguing practices to present public per- formances of skill and precision. An unusual half-time performance was only one of the "Khaki Klub's" activities this year. In addition they marched in several parades, guarded Lee Roy- at all of our football games and shared in the sponsoring of a Homecoming Queen candidate. Don joe john Gilbert Ralph Bill Colleps Collier Dillon Domingues Hale Harper John Jay jim Worth Henry james Joyce Lammons Mayes McDonald Nussbaum Power David Williani Bill Charles Clarence Leon Sherman Speicher Suter Tavizon Wieters Whitfield A S L N may 'H' Xt fr 'I ,,,- . . Z1 , K 'Q X V , I? f x fs 'lr , 27 X' ii 1 . f xr J ,af N Y 2 ' Qs ' Wife f F 7,5 JU'-so I 3, 4 , 2 . fa- , , f V. n ' , , AA, If 4 Spofzrm' Master Sergeant William Wfilson Vance Henry Robert Romine Tom York bi Agl' ' aa is A V ! at . t X t X l 5 t ? 'L A , Q. - x 5 is 'W L S'--'Q R -N, X ' C33 ' if W i , , N Q I w.. ? Lam? 'Low 2 iw C 3 ' ae X as E it iaffqlif 4 7 fix A . , ..,. 1 4 K WQ 112933 K A - W- 5 ta, 2 1 h 'nr 't 1 ii-V K - i,.,..- - X J .f f-X, G I .1 I-li, ,V ,la rk 5 3? 1 f1iL.f5'Tf" gi X x 1,-y -3:-.A '.-5 'my v ks Q ,QQ ff-X, , A we t X V ' V to -iw ' . rf A .E -1 .- i X l if 1 ' '-Q 4 ' . ", L' -1 in S,,',,.- A ' ' :Q 1 'S 1. '.'Tfj,.j,g sw . ,, ,,,r,,, f J ,gli ,ar PM Musa Abu Maizar Paul Anton ,ss X 5? - L Muwaffak Ayloush ei' .,.t , 1 X Pwfidezzf Aurora Cannellas A fp -Gsm Ks 5 r . S Jong Woo Choi ' 'E f . . ., " 'W vlajfoub Abu Khddld Imelda Guajarda 'W r :Q f re.: iznw' i , X 'W Enrique Gonzalez-Gerth 'Aj X L 3 V Rs 'X e'Fli'f'f3 K til -.W Miriam Gonzalez-Gerth I' A Munir Salti Stephen Lee K5 "WW ' R e 11 offer' 1 , ff 3 X I E i ' 'Q , ,Z I e' ,. f jean Autret Sfwwfmr Tin Tak Ma Key Sun Ryang Myrna Rossbach Oktay Ural wh 'Y Jaw i Z, , WV 1 -7113 1-rf , .wtf 31 t I' r in K I TER TIO AL STUDENTS' ORGANIZATIO The International Students' Organization was created this year to extend a very valuable service to our campus by fostering closer relations among foreign and American students. This organization begins to help new foreign students when they apply for admission by showing them around the campus and explaining the American students' way of life. The International Students' Qrganization encourages the foreign students' participation in social activities and helps to educate American students about foreign customs. Occasionally at their weekly activi- ty a talk is given about one of their countries. 115 Qw- fu! ' .- -Q , if in J' s fy "" ' f - , 1 W ,V J . 1 . 5 ' 1 :kiwi V. "L -,, ., , , ,. WJ, Wa .14 ,, y . , ,V , ,, J ' X 1, J, 1. 1 ..,, t ,. 7 VV ,. , 52,35 . J J J 15 Q ,V , ,vw ,.., K x J 2 , ' . x A A - 'ff' 1 " 2 fr i, il af, V, , GJ gms B15 .. : ,V 5 1 C , J J t . Wggj. Ewa tw? f ,J it is tl . r i. . B .Fifty R .Q fm Y c f. , J ir. VWZQ QE! .x,. S - 'f 'f ggcw 'if l -R ' ' 9 W '. Kid ' 5' it xy V g if , ,fy J A s .ff M SW. f ff ffl fyjv mf ' ' 4 . Za lgkt . A up vm, M ,rg X if Q is X 4 S 7 is ff W Q, X , W W f X X .f . s, s J ,f 4 , 5 , . 2 X 3 , x-yr, V Q M i ff X A f 4 ,V Nj 1 X, Q i QV X fax 4 X 7 R f 1 . .5 J t ,,,. JJ f , 5. x fgi il X , WM' . . J. ' Lsf v ff 1 1 Mx ,x Margaret Adams Anita Addison Elizabeth Ann Bradford Janice Breeding Norma Briden Lolly Bryant Gerda Buxton Eleanor Cotten Jody Dalton Josie Davis Joyce Englehardt Eleanor Fleming Annette Hendricks Carolyn Henry Jackie Jackson Joyce Luksa Beverly North Preridelzf Sandra McClellan Vice Prefidelzl June Adkins Secrefrzry Pat DeVore Trefzruref' 3 A I Q . 4,5 ,if 1 ,, L 'ZS' -P- , , T il fare.: 1 YQ , vi, ft , ff. C 5 ! K x ' ca "f ND I 1 x -f' ,wi X ii 5 75:2 3 swf. 'rl J Jl,fJ ssss a it ' A .J M .1 L J , Z V, -ff! I ,,,, Q Q 'Z - A Q . , L s yay' ..cc 'x I J , . My 1- 'I . , ' J .Ti Maralyn Martin . . my I - 1 , D , 0 n Q Kay McBurnett Ann Price W c ' Kay Mrkeska ' 2 . H V f f I KY . v ' X fffff 4 W4 ss I an g 0 JJ T2 , i M W as ' P W f 1 f,t, A--. : J J 1. m ,J MZ 5 W eresa 1 er 1 Q J Carolyn Roth 'f 4' Q, if mf, KAMPU KUBS This group of eager beavers comprise the Kampus Kubs, a social and service club designed to promote friendship among the freshman and sophomore women. The Kubs include in their program the promotion of interest in campus activities as well as within the club. They want to undertake service projects that will help the campus, community, administration, faculty and students. This year the organization helped in the sale of Homecoming buttons, entered a float in the Homecoming parade, and assisted the Red Cross as hostesses at a Fort Sam Houston Service Club. Unique among Trinity's clubs, the Kubs have their election of new officers at the end of the fall semester so that the retiring officers may assist the new ones in their duties. This year's installation banquet was a Valentine party. I85 Q 34. .f.. 'iz A A? X fi' 1 fa, ,M lx f .,I: 5 X fs 1: lhfll Bob Hudgins President Harris Kimbell Vice Preyidenl KAPPA IOTA CHI Kappa Iota Chi, better known as the Homebuilder's Club, is a departmental club organized to band together those students in the department. Meetings are held twice a month with speakers in the field showing films and exhibits of material of all types. This year it sponsored the winning Homecoming Queen candidate, entered a novel float in the Homecoming Parade, initiated the Turkey Trot Dance, built Trinity's float in the Fiesta Parade, and had a booth at the San Antonio Home Show. With the help of local San Antonio contractors, the Homebuilding students designed the Home Economics Cottage, which is being built in co-operation with the Homebuilding Department, the San Antonio Homebuilders Association and various building material supply X, .W 5'- f 1 ' Q companies. 4 5? , A K A jack Crawford P ""4 Seeretury 1' i Ray Sam Burch Knox Correfporzding Sergeant- E Seffetafy af-Arm! A QW 7 Douglas Wayne if Onufry Kiolbassa Cffrlson Dye T,,euw,6,,. Felix Richard Kneuper Kuepper Roger Andrew Spillers Uivary Scott jerry Mal Kay Charles Anthony ' qu Hunt Smith Schraub Adkins Arnecke Bonforte " " 5 Reparzer Serial Spozuor Ralph William Kent W Wi ,,,,rs im , , I N? Thomas Clmirmmz Harold Hutzler Kelley Kimbell 4 T f ii M Griffin Robert Hilderbrand Gilbert George Thomas ' WL y ff? George Group Richard Meyer Page Robertson F i W ,,V. 'f f ",,..,i Kuykendall Dan Mcllhany 1, f McCarty e H 1' f ' ...ff ew. ,,,, M egg ly Q -..M xr Aff' ::,, K , it-Af X X V px xyixlfg ,, , . pl, .7 .i i N X fmar eve fa fiaa en' 7x5 A lt '.-. ., s it i , ,I PM -f "f't' K K 3 , T , a r m N if M ' 1 ' ,, , . x ' f , X -,. 3 . .V ef ik .V 'W , aa aa Qs , M , vi fir fa gmt :AVV 1 X Q Q if 5 - x , , , . N 5 fr t T a t sir a , a x af 7' A t,r,, , A ii, ,E1.igr3i 2 fx ff R , , ii PAN AMERICAN CLUB Trinity University's Pan American Club helps activate on the campus our in- terest in Latin-American culture. It does this by participating in Pan American and Latin-American affairs and celebrations in San Antonio, and by social functions and informal discussions at the bi-monthly meetings. This year the Pan Americans had a Christmas dinner, a spring installation-initiation banquet for the members, an initiation party, and the all-school Pan American Ball held in April. Enrique Gonzalez-Gerth Trezzylzrer Virginia Joiner Spomor Gilbert Dominguez Esther Hernandez , Y p L23 - ew: x Jean Autret :LE Spozzror X Paul Ephraim i Irene N. Miyashiro 5 if ,M ' ' ' .1 tm ' A I ,U JH A . I ' , XX, t I ...,.. .L' F' In . ff H . P-1 4 . 2 xg FC, ms. if-and C. H. Perea Spozzror Susie Gerardo Myrna Rossbach Henry Aguilar Jack Groeneveld Richard Smith Miriam Gonzalez-Gerth Prerident Roland Pizzini Vice Preridezzl Judy Cavazos Secretary Aurora Canellas Imelda Guajardo Roel Trigo - nw W 3 f'1'a- QS Z nays 43 I S 1 i ,ef sl ' NZ? Q 5 Q Wren.. ,,, V 4 Elizabeth de Koster Carmen Guzman Arturo Valles 3 'wwf 'f' asia'-' X " M? K fe digg a:,..: ff 1 ' it ' I .4 f K . ' My A ' t ., , r'4f- , A 'Q H- fx --A ,xr UG, 'M W' Q t ff ef . t as Q - grab A -ze" fW.,Tr Y , ia Iwi, 'wax ics- E t l W Mk ' W s tlfa s - M I f..-.fr , fs Q 'CE' ,X .. QQ ,Xt X I .t Q ,gl " X -t W' E I A' - funds. ' I i 'tegglgxst-Qzfffjhy 1. jgyxr 'W is-1 i is ,, X XXV, 1 ft ,.,. I 4'12.,i W1 fJ.,'. 'X mf 13 f i fa .R '- ' r' X 13 -Ifw Y ' Q.. 1 X an Q Q f A--X in j Q-5:-i: ,,,.. WW , i j . ft' . t- f 1, :I-fl' L "Q W f -, . K , 5 S I f .L 9 J 'V fi g 13. ts XX S I ' MZ' -ff! X fig . E . gpg' I -V 'rf 'L ' Sandy McClellan Mike O'Neill Jackie jackson Mary jo McCarthy Randy XX'oods P1'EgfjdFIIf Vice P7'6tffd6'7If Secrefizrj' Tremzuer Pi17ljiI7II61IfiH'1:.17I PRESS CLUB Mrs. Nelle Robinson Spofuor The Press Club was organized to provide informal fellowship and entertainment for the stu- dents working on the two publications, but is also open to any students interested in journalism. This group seems to find fun in whatever it does. It supports school functions and stimulates an exchange of ideas and interest in journalism. Lectures by experienced journalists and dis- cussions usually comprise the program for the monthly business meeting. In addition, a monthly social meeting is also scheduled. This year the Press Club entered a convertible in the Home- coming Parade, and built a booth for the World University Service Council. A Christmas party and a spring picnic were given for members and their guests. Bob Howard Marlene Pegg yi ,ju In ,.,.. me ina, 7 f . ,V Nix: get i , fy 4? 1 f + Vivre Nancy Sue Cherry George Pomeroy w T M W , ' 4' 'fb M V B X i ' x L Mass ,f , i , , a ,L+ A ,X 3 , A , 11474: M I 1 Cf' ' 5 ? ,V -Te 55, , M X 4' .. t .-ff 7 ff! my ' ,r C is , 0 fglzfria -:',: f ' j T 2 Patricia De Vore Dick Porter xl Marco Gilliam jim Porter K' Q if is - ' "":,,,., Nw Dixie Lee Grace Wofford Thompson Tak ..,.. . W .. - , . SY N ' rfuifgs ,bf ' .L X " 'QEYQS ffl silly .fi-iz-'-ggi ' , i '-iii. 7 V ,.i' if 51 T' I -- P" S ' l ze. 1 ,vs-tp-Q M. wwf , , ., can-it-fc -, '-'- : 2 ' . ttii. l i .gif fyi ,I f 1 it I ,,,.: . l , 5.55-5 ,,., W . fa A SCHO - LE Standing for the best in scholarship and leadership is the select group of Trinity women forming Scho-Lea. This is a scholastic honor organization for senior women, to stimulate and develop a finer type of College woman. Scho- Lea feels that by encouraging such characteristics in a woman she may be of joan Chatham M was ,,y ..,,.,o-4' 420 -41 F 6, NZ Prefident greater service to herself, her school, and her fellow man, and so the Most Out- standing Sophomore Girl is selected each year by the club to encourage work- ing for high goals. Scho-Lea girls combine their business with pleasure at monthly dinner meetings. Katina Sarris Secrelary- Trearurer Margaret Bennett Hirlorian Kaye Adkins Dorothy Thompson Mirian Gonzalez-Gerth fd! SYMPOSIUM The Symposium is not actually a Greek dinner club, but it does strive to ease the pangs of intellectual and cultural hunger among students and towns- A M ,ft 'www -, :A Www? aa 1' -, W Paul Conditt President Raymond Judd Vice Prefidenz people interested in classics, humanities and philosophy. Monthly meetings 5031613 are held at which philosophers, humanists and classicists are invited to present programs and discussions. The club members endeavor "to pass the torch of Treasurer learning" on to others ' Oktay Ural Margaret jim Bill Walter jack Paul Bob A Bennett Beverly Black Coole Crawford E hraim Glenn - 1 P Mary jane Jack jackie William Helga Perthenia Key Sun Grafton Harper Honts Kegler Loth Marvin Ryang X , ,S ,,,, y ,,, s if T at is M is f E y J A y O up ,, . ""ii W X of ,, ,G .M T f Q 1 s s te - m y 'N it at a at 1-et - ' M. 'Q v J 2 fizi . 1 V . Q Ns fx, 1 4 ,. - ,,,, 4 Q 4 'ri Q- "st s' ,- ..-t 9' ' 1 - .i , , .M I IJ , ' Xi, fy, ' - ,f My S Q QW at A , 9 sk , , f . 'Q ,K s, f, 3 ,Q gf, , S 2 it a V . it ' st 'Y ' 1 tt, r Q S , ,t Mt. e abt tw Margaret Bennett it , , .... ......t A.. , , X Q. C 'X Z' Lee Adcock .'bVW- 1 Peggy Boyd 'ew A Mary L. Bradfield Q va Bobbie Braly r .w . l 1'-Z. - . i WEN Y A .,'- f Z ' ,za 5 i , fu 'ew A ,et f y eff get -3? f .4 H Helen Bremer ' I :VE 1 f tx N Margaret Cater V M-we "fm Mi 2 N V2 9' 5 Ii : " - ff' '-1? Joan Chatham 1 g 'A' 'ez T Marcia Cheatham 'ml X if ' -A' B ,, i a f X f 5 N Q. 3 '7 ar. ,M xgcxiwg ':.. -Q x l V i . .W-M? , .i ' A A Carol Cocke A V 57 X 4' 'ie A SR . Bettye Sue Conrad ...ai A, F Q , - ji Alice jane Czarowitz W3 i t A ' Elizabeth Dabbs R X 'W .. X 3 A Q aoo . if A A BetIY Davis . M M wax 'Q ' B Q Barbara Deborah '.,.?,m5 ' A" 'W ,,.r, f""4 h ai Anne Dobbs if is J y c fq if Peggy Dunning i. if it I 1 - P7'E.l'1d?IIf at ttra at -1 r-'t Vvrvvvv - . ' - ' ' '-t' , W If 5 A 0 fy Mary jean Gerhardt " KW N..-4 r'1' fi. Q, Q Susan Homsy ' Q- , at algo 1 , Kay josh ' ' 'WZ - ' .Q r ,X My fn In ,',.,ff.f,,g, Del Key N . A 'VIV A if -'r" N ' .. K , My C X 3X f aye Adkins vi L X Vice Prefidezzt V Mary jane Grafton ' Frances H6I'lClrlClCS Secfemriy Spmzmr ' ' P R Bebe Semmes it Treafurer x ' ' Spurs is a social and service organization for University women having comg f pleted the freshman year and having attended Trinity at least one semester with a "C" average or better. Membership is invitational and is limited to fifty. The purpose of this club is to promote the best interests of the University, to support campus activities, and to sponsor social affairs for members and friends. Regular business meetings are held each week during the school year. Among its activities this year the Spurs served as hostess for a student-faculty coffee during orientation, helped sell Homecoming buttons, and decorated for the Homecoming dance. F g X y Q95 Q . , .X ,, -a 4 f is it fr, . f Q X Ra 4, N. 'f 3 W 'E Zh ,:. B. , 5 Z a ' x. x W Mia' y. X SPURS Dorothy Laas Mary Laurie Helga Loth Kay Matteson Marilyn Montgomery Anna Mary Moody joan Parsons Marie Parrish Betty Patterson Sue Pazdral Maxine Rank was qi Marian Stafford Y nqv, J 4 W- . . p W Margaret Sanders , Purim 7116 zzmmuz ix ' 'f ' Pllbllflfy' Chizzrmiuz V3 1E2!'.Ei Q 'f ini ' ik I ,. 'mf ygym -. ,fy 'zf'f,f'r , , fy j ,gyj Q. MQK ,f ., ,.. ,, ' G' . My ,sa 4 ,'.,s- L .N V .. N - . J, s , gnfaav ' -.if fa ff' r Ps. , All ma Y 4 + 4 N I n QS 7: ww 1 w Q -wx Q j - 3 Q f f ' 0 St X QXN X W ff 7 ,ii f W i ga , ra QW Becky Sweet Lawanna Taylor Carol Terry fd' y. I 5 F , www il UW' y , up 'in' ' A ,, A 3" 7 ff my , ' at , I N A Z ,. 1,. V I X, gg W Wh , . , 3 Q!! W5 5 , It , T ., -V Weir Q if . X Yfffj if ,V f aa in , U .,.,,., 4: W or on 'X ' 'S "" . . 1:2-Q S, LX a., I I S 'tis f Sf j Mary Lee Trantham Myrna Rossbach Hi.ff07'jJ!l Lanelle Waddill Ann Warren Mary J. Wilkinson Rita Wycoff jo Ann Page Curzodiazz Miriam Gonzalez-Gerth Reporier 7 Q at lj.. HQ! gg' .J lff V-'N , E A S ,r., 'T E r i, M , 4 , , , 2, , 2 X 'wzwhag , ,Q , - 35 ' P is 55 M ,sa aaaf Mm fMf at 1 ff- P' My Q, A A ,- T we ' W! it 'i af X Ann Price . QQ, Yi? Spa mor ' H 99 fisfqiff' aww? Nelda Kinsey Alumni Serrelary Sergeafzl-at-Arfzzr The Spurs are noted for having one of the most active upperclasswomen s organizations on Trinity's campus. This club sponsors an annual fall tea for all University women, and presents the Frolic of Hearts each February, at which time all Trinity holds its breath to hear who will be the Belle and Beau and the six sweethearts of Trinity. This year the Spurs also sponsored the campus collection for the World University Service and worked once a month for the Volunteer Service Bureau. An initiation banquet, a Christmas dance, a picnic, and a dinner-dance are yearly activities for members and their dates. X X Jw H . VP.. tg s A - V tm -. Vw.i!f.et.M f f N .V-.WC-st , f Q , ,ygykks , V ,gf A X ,,,, 1 2 fi ', 1 ,,V Si Hari? V 2: 'K.i,!,f' 2 aw as ,if f 4 1' , it ,tt ' V' WJ' ,MW 7 ,,'f 2 V 'V,,,A. fgcfpf i f Q g 5 s , i' Vgivtixgf :rw Z v . , f.. y I 1 j, 4 fx 'W ff f 7f X r' ?,, J ' Q . X G l92 ' V Y ' 't ' 72412 QNX, V565 N X ,,,, Q . X . . J - V A Y' 1 , V 9' fag- so .NS , , V, ,wzfmsyg N - s - V .E:::s2s5.ssa..-Sim. fs.. ' 11, 1 " t W '1'bQ:' fj1 fw1 0-Q .. t' . ff . . ' .s fs my V Vt. s wt .Ma .wsQ..- Q.. ff A' i t ix Sam Knox Preridenz QQ 9? Carl Allen jerry Watson Albert Herff-Beze Vice Preyidenl Secretary Spozzfor ASSOCIATIO Anyone who has won one letter in a varsity sport-football, basketball, golf, or tennis-is eligible for membership in the "T" Association. These "muscle bound" athletes ambitiously work to foster and promote interest in all divisions of Trinity's athletics. Also active in school functions, the "T" Association sponsored a candidate for Homecoming Queen this year. Two business meet- ings are held each month. Charles Arnecke Claude Brinkley 1 ' Dulce Cook g , 4 George jageman Onufry Kiolbassa I X p t s- I ,,,, , I7 kt . . , fr .JTN N: .. I 5 X 4 .. ff, f V L fm V P' W ff V X ' y,.V t Bob King ..V. 3 N if Virgal Land , gi f .A...k j V, V Z I Q S A ' , , .. V .... A -, WV V oats Michaik A l l f Don Norris 44 Lf 5" -111: 5 f 56 Q 5 5' , ' Z f 1 I I' f 4 Z if xw Z f sf r '-515. gb 1 S 3 V' ' ,tw -if 'i Q 10 Wm i A' ef f J, 1 4 f ff YQ , , .X , , - .y.,. ., if f? X f swf ,gf 1571 I fp? Z? 4.vfg WA! X Wi AVI fm, am, L Milton Robichaux Bobby Smith Royce Townsend Mike Trcka 'mv ,I ' H f .. L Z fx '- - -if M rfffb A 'vin 1, -A ,M A H ., '.., g , V 1 5, Q . 3 it 7' 4 Y George Paul Redmon Riley Smith George jageman Kuykendall Dirertory Serrenzry T7'6'd5llI'67' Vive Preridezzl Clmirmmz X 1,5 2 'if 1. 2' XXV W gy 1 . . , ,,54,H,v,..,1...,f. dz, Aw. Nr .. ! Z if ,ff Q il f . f if' 'S Hi' ? x W 4 if 5 1 , ,fy f 4' fi ' 5' i Sfsfif' ' ' .j Q' .W , ,V T af 'T 92 '- A 'ff f Q -. . -'A1- 1 f .- . Q f Q "ff 'Q' 4' fy' i :" ii". A ,:' x , Wd ,W , ,II ,.. ,, ,,,, M fs AT .X ff .. .ff my sf t v A . f 4 . , is 4 James Leon Ginsberg Charles Wofford Jimmy Helm L. K. Croft Albert McCloskey Pm'liamenzarifuz Arnecke Thompson Hirlorian Hirtorimz Herff-Beze Sofia! Chaifnmzz Sgr.-zz!-Amir Reporler Spwzmr JACK SAVAGE Preridefzl TRI ITEERS Triniteers is one of the University's very active social and service clubs. It was organized to promote lead- ership and to create a more congenial understanding among the men of the campus. Membership is limited to upperclassmen and is invitational. Among the many activities which these enthusiastic fellows sponsored this year was a Father-Son Banquet, a smoker each semester for all University men, a dinner dance, and two initia- tion picnics. The Triniteers added a great deal of masculine support to Homecoming activities and to our Founders Day celebration. The major service project of the club was its compiling and editing of the Student Directory. Their business meetings are held twice monthly. Robert Brockwell -.ai Richard Crain jack Crawford Robert Fields f jim Gillis .- Bill Harper Lloyd Miller Ed Pigott Larry Ravert Wilbert Schaefer Raymond Schuetze Fred Shockley Robert Taylor Roel Trigo Andrew Uivary Kenneth Walker Jerry Watson Randy Woods Wayne Harveson W '-2' tt SV' N326 f Wallace Jones t ' Onufry Kiolbassa -- - Q ?E ', 'T'k.. Vir il Land L irii tl - fix v V' 1 ..., g . 1 . Dlfk Manley rara . f -ag.-is ' Richard Mcllhaney " ffl W K X si , - X ,I in g J 1 li ' f Q P. ia T " A ' A i vsti A3 - X x ' N x. . -4 S. . ,a f'f. ,c Lg- s. ' , of Sala, v 5 - 'rziiifwsis is Q if F 'i ssfm A C Q ii C F 'wiv rv M Q f ' A- i... Q - La vw- MF? T' f,.b.V ' ,Q ' ia w ,mga Hass? . f HQ f t l -ia 4 ...QX L ,,,, if X VVQQQ X E: V ,I i 'Q A y i s . " M "K M . as ue 2" W ,gi A L i F ii 4' 1 4? ' ,vii A . xx? - lv. j mf I ,,. l 35 J 4, , Q, 0 I Wi f t A f f 5? f ' W I w f ' 251 :., y 55 5 B 3 1 ,,f: i Q i I 1, . 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Kaye Patsy Gerda Adair Adkins Brown Buxton joe Mary Beverly Linda Collier Crawford Dixon Dullnig Harry Bill Dixie Frank Eward Ezzell Grace Gray XY'illiam Beverly jackie Ted Grimes Harris jackson Kastor Charles jay Warner Florence Koenig Lammons Fassnidge BOSfOf1 Preiidezzf Vice President TOWN Town Club, one of the largest organizations on Trinity's Campus, lends strong support to all of the school's activities and sponsors several of its own, as well. The club is open to all students whose home is in San Antonio, whether they live off campus or in the dormitory. Promotion of better relations between town and dormitory students is the Town Club's main project this year. In line with this aim, the organization sponsored a dorm-town party this spring. .sg Q S VJ" V f 2 I Ki kilt W , . ,'-,, ,E , k A 4. lm V Q , W -1 D ,wr V ,,4 'A 2' 2 ,, gr, 4 V , Www "' 3 M 'W M? ',' f 2' , 7+ "A 7' f X if-V-51 rm , s 1 rrr V V Q -ff 19 M . x - VV 'gm . .Ez w , gf aj, , ! gfg f V f ,' , , ith. 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W f sw- ,Vf .fs iw , 15' i V aw , L ', ji wlw' S ,V 1 T V A ., 1.. C, ., X C Ep V 'mf 'sf 4 xp QT'-if 2 4 to ,, ja Q by rf . ix ' -' g,Jy,,,,,rg,,igi Valerie Mary jo Worth Kathy leaf? 3 ,. C ,,,,V.,,, V Martin McCarthy McDonald McDowell Milam in 2 gg i :R my V Ed George Jim Dusty Bill 1 if .ah , 1 Piggy Pomeroy Porter Rhodes Ross ' My gf Q X A , .5 , Ernest J0l'1I1 Ray JOS16 x i Sfhelhage Schick Schreiber Schuetze 51116155 3 , ' V Gay Nancy Homer Roberta BeverlY X ' 1 . . X fx Terrell Toppins Tumlinson Turner Webef 1. u 0' Nell Robert Liiyger Markgraf Martin M I , James Art Raciilrian Morgan O'Krent Fred Tommy Shirley Shockle Rudwick Schaefer Y juan Diane W' , - S- Whitfield Solis 1mS , , P William joan at . Hodge DeVore Wooldridge Secretary T1'erz.fzn'er CLUB Activities of the Town Club this year include the selling of booster ribbons for football games and the entry of a float and sponsorship of a queen candidate for Homecoming. This energetic group also had a Christmas caroling party and a spring picnic. The biggest event of the Town Club, however, was their annual Tigerland Coronation. At this dance the results of the all-school election for all royalty were revealed. l fmt' A Q . , M SN Robert Nagel Preridezzl ,g, i nn X . K, YL 51,1--s. 3 if , M., Q ,, . t ' , vs. X , A Y fy M ass- 1 -X VC' W3 I as ff f N f s., W, X Robert Glenn Ray Erlandson Vice Preridezzl Spozzior TUBEC This year the Trinity University Business and Economics Club gave full support to Home- coming activities and held an unusual picnic this spring for members and their guests. To promote friendship one social meeting is held each month, in addition to the monthly business meeting, at which guest speakers are presented to help fill the never ceasing desire to learn the newest, most modern business procedures. xv me ,f -om 4 , Q M: 4'x,,e1, ., A M l as f faq ,.,, A f .' 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I I f asf? ,, , Q v D mg, X xg 2 as 6 xx 3 Y f Q st i f f 9 4 6' 4 I if iq i ' f Barbara Deborah Sandra Dickens Tom Economy Dick Friche Salvadore Gomez Pat Gay Vance Henry Shirley Knapp Ted Kastor Joyce Luksa Pat Murray janelle Newton Henry Nussbaum Lawrence Nutt Betty Parks Ralph Perryman Bill Porter Charles Remaley Peggy Riley Walt Schmit , X 1, 1 in 'S ,, ZX? T Q asan ' KWH f ' , ,1 ,,wwaei,t ' Y., ,252 ask' Q52 Q34 Aww? , X I 5 Q if 1 W 2 f , X fhi ,M a f f A ,QM 41 6 :WW , X 8 K jig ff f AQ Y Si? , fb ,254 X fy X ygxitj ,sri 5 5 fav. 1 I 1' 1' X 5 2, B XX xg 1 54 - X A f ,V ' it 5 f' X 1 As I X A Q Q f, X N . si Adeleheid Smith Pat Stephenson Andy Uivray John Ulbrich ,Q W -, WM - sasaieit swsff 5, QQX' - 1 if ,V fyizia w x .N.,, 'I R4 72-S QQ? 4 , aww I , I 1 3 , . T 'W P' as ,fs W' ,,, .,. , 7' G X E .. wwf' , vii 5 : 55. , gg, 45, ,fre ,f 5 .L XsW2fM3W 25577 K7Aa,L,,awWwfx4 X 2,417 'X 29 K f sf ,,,. 1 t ,, X . 'ff Q- ,V 17 2 tg, -ix ,swikya llle ' -"' , Q .QW sf s 4. ' -f , Q5 Us ,ff f ' ' ' lt ,fy 5 , A ,,,, "" viii. HQ 'ffl in llsl T xi it A, ,, 'Z ,. X, X ff fs as W W x fax X sys ,W W ff X f at 4' f W W Q 4 W s ,IM , W k M Xy, .sf .we ,, X Qsvfl' X X f X f dw , A X M f XHWN I Q f,X x ,SZ . X 1 ! , HX S, A SV: 1 Z A an ,Q 2, ,sz ffnfx.-M :ef ,z,,z, ,, f,,fX ,, , . X it l 'St f ,, If 4 It H I I if f 6 1i,, E gn! ,f if ,, V, A X1 ffw 9 f 5 , lx 'vt' s p 'asv , , ff vb rf . .9 05 gyda - 4 Iwi :W My 'f'l Q if it f I f '1 ,JZ f., , 4 V 'Q , ,,, . Q. A Q 8- 3 ,A , ' f ABQ An organization established for any students interested in business or economics is this Trinity University Business and Economic Club, better known around the campus as TUBEC. The main purposes of the club are to promote fellowship, foster a professional pride in busi- ness, hi hli htt es of businesses, and ive incentive to students to enter these fields. The 8 8 YP 8 efficiency of this group just can't be beaten as is shown in their activities. TUBEC Kaye Adkins Tom Adair Lawanna Taylor Secretary Treufurer Reporler XX S ,V ' fi: 5 GW , . ev, st, Q, Q is E 'fix ' . ,N f XQX, E- E 'Q . Q sg , ,XX , , l ,TX William Keeling Spozzmr ,ics-SQ'-+.. Ka ,. lldfw 24, . ,, f' M a . .-,J f - Hz M, N , A , , , 15 'iffy , , ,. , .vga 5 3 ,Q ,ji I -qv, , ,,.,., ,. ' ..v'5,,1,rl "km X f egwt W. , in ,FV Us w fa' ima f ' QLTf,is,,5:2ei?' sift: Wire i " :Mga,y xg 1, 192,035 up af, 4 fy gn, 5 ,V X, it , ii T M- ! X Q gf: X 3 at f- :ui l f X .Q 'fa are in ,N ' , ,N , at , X 'Ye t 1 f fs rf Y a' X v 'rc 4 aa" I R av S D -eff X V .ar T 23 . X M .i U f 5" ' G H' F , 'aa .:... is t 'jg 515 fl i X Q ' t ,N ::- s S isa fa. mu X nr 2, 14. 5. . 25? haze 1, c 7 af? as -5: W s , Q Y . S' . - 3 9, ., ,,,f E ' '35 Q T S I at f S sw X S X ,A X ,gi f dv X X 54 N x 1 ' 3 S . ' ' X KW N V W I xg, 2 E at Q J Mi' 0 N A mire T 1, B .... 31 Y A N v W zzl at If 'Y V , Q :N ',,f, PM XZ b i , -, f V ,gf S T . . Q'M' . X S 1 i it ,L V T , E' T f X ' ' t ,,,' . P 't R 1, . F g ,Yr f Ib- - 5 35, ' , J FSS? li ,M E: K JR W I my 'K 1 A Bs A, at it t Q' B ' 3 ,. f - f - .C 7 'ff' .Z i g gr, W K Q ,VX K 13:25 , A .4 tink 4, ,.,4k fx sv ,X i. Z X f ldggfff? V, 4 xiii Y NS' 5 Ek X 2 W f aatt . f - 5 mf f i ,,,., P I ,Q": ali" - t. .2 f -M ' ,Q , v 2 a as f 2 i 'Q , ,- .wg Q -5 ,. 'iv , ' may -at - " K' W, Q .. - I 2- ' K N , as-sr , 'J' ' " g v . r ee' 1 if J M l , , -on-if gf 4 W , -' Q 'K' X I A rv t C 'ft t fi ' in ' W 2 X i ' t-'f2 A G alaiuana 5 K i it i V w ing "': A wi .- A 1 Bryant , K in , r . ,ff , If ga, y a'Richard W ' F W an an 1 :if , 5 G C Crain M.. 1 Z - . . ,f diy? A- , A ff. AA' 2Esther C fy Hernandez Q 3 ' 1 a n -nr' -ff Q, is ' 5 Wi :- Q ... . Q, ..,. Wish a v I 5 5 a mf p ,Jan-les a M , to f 4 'IMA' sw- e y K r ll .,:-, p f 1 Up b i, A X S ,C Morgan f 4' A A .. ami i E. iefillffofd , , , Smith tMargaret Sue Phyllis fejane iFlorence Zjanice 2'Helen Adams Applegate Baggish Banks Boston Breeding Bremer 9FSusan Louise Richard Walter Eugene Ann Eleanor Burns Chamberlain Chapman Coole Combs Copple Cotton Coral Ann ,?Eleanor Miriam Emily Barbara ftSarah Pat jack aT0w.mg Del-Iarden Fleming Garza Graham Green Grigsby Groeneveld Choir Kathleen Nancy 'kBonnie a'Kathleen Colleen David Teresa Kendall Kendrick Kirby Lindemann Mathews McPhail Miller Marie Marilyn Elizabeth Sylvia iBill Carolyn Park Parrish Patterson Ray Robertson Ross Shockey Nina Judy Paul 'kDiana Laura SCarroll Gerald Spencer Staples St6'vCnS Stout Vaughn Wicher Wolf TRI ITY CHGIR The Trinity University Choir is widely known throughout the Southwest. This group's repertoire of choral music ranges from spiritual favorites and classics to modern. The choir sings at the weekly campus chapel services and each spring makes an extended tour through Texas and neighboring states. At each Christmas season the choir and opera workshop combine to give a Christmas opera and cantatas. Membership is open to any Trinity student who has a desire to sing and who meets the standards of the director. Good singing means lots of practice so this talented group rehearses three times a week. TRI ITY UNIVERSITY PLAYER Trinity University Players, better known as the T.U.P.'s, is an organization to promote in- terest in drama at Trinity University. With a schedule of four major productions a year, a tour in early spring, a weekly half-hour radio show, and readings, the T.U.P.'s work tirelessly to present us with the best in entertainment, and at the same time groom themselves for future theatre work. They also sponsor the annual Artist's Ball. Membership is open to any student for participation in University productions, either as a member of the cast or as a member of one of the crews. Art O'Krent Vice Preiidenl james Cotten Richard Herbsleb Margaret Schaffer 5-.5 X a 'K X S W aa ? 'f - 1 ' 1 z MP3, Micky Stoner Serremry Mary Crawford Wanda Landess Ernst Schelhase 4- H Q If X 6 we rf W., Z I ,W 1 su 3 fe-it ., , M A, sk 5 -1W'X-- Y XM ,. , ff A .sas , - - 5, , . .y s s fk I ffm Sq V ru sg X. 'f get Pat DeVore T1'er1,ru1'er Bill Dahl Kay McBurnett David Seidl Helen Hogan Reporter Gayle Gause Kay Miller Richard Smith ..-1 'Wx Sylvia Williams HI5f07'idIl Lois Geer George Pomeroy Mary Ann Stark 's ff We Nancy Terry Preridenl Bob Brown Florence Haag Chris Saul Roel Trigo ,I. wlv, 1 .7 Y I W , , 1 , ' W f . f 3? s ' -ef' . .ffgsfa S R f as iw at , i if M 1 1 Weis ina .1 ,Qs ' , ,."" my t '- 'J' x v at s nr- Al: .wtf - it in ,Wg ss-at ,.,:,., f, N' 'ii I L5 MT, L , , it si 1 Q 4, P 5, y X X A 3 ziv 1 ' Y. Q " i S. I - 5' va, " .r 9 me . N "... 1-MflfS'N lm? 6 ee Q 3 'W 'Q if at fi 1 4 , Q-, y ' in I .W 'img i 1 4 "1 1 1' Ha , .,.,,, i 't fifaa. s ' .. ,Es W-we-se B s 3 its A I ' v H I ' 1' f' rf: ia we , X74 Q x, , E . t f J X ., f rs i W' '- Zia ' , as if M6955 rt f ly V C 1' is wi n it ii 1 , r fi W f , my N ii LQW Q Q X 5 4. is R I i Barbara S Deborah -'f M Wayne Harveson ,QE A Ni -V, mir - +-av C if l is E in au, X Z. to X :fb HSV? ,fb Elizabeth Dabbs Dixie Grace Nelda Kinsey Pat Murray William Purdy Arthur Smith i Allan Kownslar Preridenl Katina Sarris Vice Preridenz Lawanna Taylor Secretary Paul Stevens Tfearurer Nancy Sue Cherry Reporier Don Frizzle Slate Commitleemarz For Bexar Counzy Robert Hunter Sponfor X 'IQ .. 1" 1 ff Lf?-Z'1 '-cw' ' :vf ,g 1 ' HO. Q Y ss o Sf ,z .,......: fwg7'?it'.-X Q T 3? W A ,at Q in J , Q-grfd ,inf L it at ' f 52235555 iff gf 5 YOU G DEMOCRATS The Young Democrats is composed of some of the big-time politicians of the future. All of its members are ardent Democrats who strive to study and promote the party. Lively social activities and interesting programs attract the it L l , .r,ns f " -, :',. it C 1-i',. 5 t W - S' 'N i if ' 'Q + .4 is V f ' Q ,N , ,.-. X " 1 5 L L, ,g . y W at is ' aww ,,,A ' . lzz ,uri .afijg af S X 5 A 4 N Wx' + .af 73- a 1 L s ah k'A", +1 e' ' r-sas:-.i':' . . f Y S x 5' fi 2 3 g X - ,:,, ,fs 56343 - ,, a f tr f if . .. 5' V1,i " I my? cw 1 , f i " 'Q' - Q.. ., - t M W , .T W , ,,., 1 R . s V, , , T C fx 5 R , ":I" i V , . g lr,,r,, t n,:: x Eadvfjif-r3" .Aa W xl my " I . T- W1 A C Q K f ' it i .r 4 in 5 il ,, 'Z am I by .gf J . all f . Aw .Y j 3, r fy x V, Q f T f . . gr' J? X Taylor if 4 2 Chandler i ' ff I of W4 1' Leon 5 43 '- fit Ginsberg it Sue tl N, M g l X' it Kennin ton 5 Lloyd Miller james Bobbie Ed Bradley Braly Pigott Stan Dick John Erickson Gonzales , L D H Scott Jlfnmy C C R061 Helm Key Trigo David Robert McPhail Martin Mike Ralph O'Neill Perryman Larry Walter Ravert Roberts Richard Charles Smith Tekyl Joe Gerald Westerman Wolf politicians. The club carries on the principles and traditions of the National Democratic Party through participation in and education from the Party. The club is a public trust requiring honesty and efficiency in government. Paul Walthall Donald Everett D Jess Carnes Dixie Grace Ex 0 zcio Wofford Thompson Ex of zcio Susan Homsy Marilyn Montgomery Helen Windham Sen'elary-Trearurer Preridenl Spomor WOMEN'S RECREATIO AL ASSOCIATIO The Women's Recreational Association works to promote interest in a variety of recreational sports and sponsors games and tournaments in such fields as tennis and volleyball. The organ- ization offers every Trinity woman interested in sports an opportunity to become a member and improve her muscular co-ordination, leadership ability, and sportsmanship. Attending Sports Day and sports events at other colleges throughout the city and state is one of the ways in which the W.R.A. encourages development of social and athletic skills. "Tennis Anyone?" BGARD OF PUBLICATIO The ruling body for the two student publications is the Board of Publications. Though not "ruling with an iron hand," it does set the policies that govern them. The committee is made up of three voting faculty members and three voting student members, two of which are elected in an all-school election, and one who is appointed by the Student Council to keep an eye on its interests. The editors of the two publications are ex-officio members and sit in on all the meetings to answer questions, give opinions, and plug their own publications. : Nelle Robinson Moderator Raymond Judd Dorothy Laas Mary Lee Trantham X 22 1, , A ffl is f f',' X . gf' Q ' t Q , 1 5: - S., ,Q Q jig, ' -I 'wi Y ar 'Q We ' s - s 'fame , t ' f . - qi 'J R R If W, ' ' ' 1 ,,.v V - . , ' E , ,lyr 'ff sr Y i 'iffy ,J .335 I7 ,, V' ' I N .. . fs ..,. N K I 3 M K , ig f. N l 1, My V- ,g, ,A It 'QW' 1 - e 1 'Y' Nth' it , Ns it . , , sm 1- We it si 2 5' njw "' as sf, .Q e . r at ' N 'twin . X t"f ' . 1 20l an QKN x X ,ff 16 S QW? Andy Uivary Bob Hudgins Kaye Adkins Prerident Vife Preridezzl Serrelary joan Chatham Trefzrurer KAPPA PHI IGMA Kappa Phi Sigma is an honor fraternity, pledged to promote standards of high scholarship in the field of commerce, to bond the members into closer friendship and loyalty to one another, to dignify the profession of commerce, to extend the feeling of tolerance and understanding, to encourage participation in school activi ties, and to uphold the interest of its Alma Mater. The club schedules two dinner meetings each semester. Eunice Kitchell Spozzror Paul Walthall Spmzror '57 , . 9 if Charles Arnecke Robert H. Nagel 4 "ff my 'mum fha... x 1 Q ,M i X E 1 Ti? f V - f N I Z 0 rg Barbara Deborah Adelheid G. Smith ,rc-.gg W Jay Gallia Bert C. Striegler Ni . 1 ,g - 4 f . i f + c s. , 5, , , Q s ' ar fy xr: f P A . It 1 ,ZW ff .. - f , 'sara f it f. l ' K Lawanna J. Taylor 7-'iw l j T i I 'NN g ,as 4 c sv X -ww ,ff , 1 , fy .. 12 ,gf f' V ' ' C 2 crrfl it t f 5 I, X J Q ,,,,, ,. X ' Y ,WW ' ' ,I f . 'js Z, 6 4 " i'.,,.aa ww kg ,, 4 S! - , Q ig Wi fi ' ,X -vm Paul Anton Robert Brockwell Jong XX'oo Choi Stanley Erickson Cecil Holloway XY'illiam Kelley Larry Ravert Ernest Schellhase Thomas Griffin Ralph Hale Richard Smith Robert NX'oodward MURCHISON FELLOWSHIP Murchison Dormitory Fellowship is unique this year as a composite of two other dorm fellowships. The East Wfing of Murchison, where some of Trinity's men reside, is governed by officers of the New Men's Dormitory Fellowship, and women residing in the Wfest Wfing are governed by the officers of the McFarlin Dormitory Fellowship. The "split personality" of Murchison's Fellowship was a condition necessitated by the greatly increased enrollment at Trinity this year. Bette Jo Blaylock Mary jo Edens Annette McCauley jean Eden Virginia Longoria f if i M fc f 7 ,c has . . is i. Q: Y, ' W ff' . yiwyf fi ' ni 7 W, f t"' W? 4 4 , L. , f X44 W 1 :vii if Q ff sh C x JL wi xg t .n 7, T 6, A f ' f fs' L f f fr a f is , 5 , A ' ' c w X ,f ill Betsy Boettger Gayle Gause Kay Miller r,,, .kv 4599 L I T 4 , , f A A V ,,,, I 4 Q 1 V y -",, ,g e 'X rw -. . Wt.:-w-'- - meswzfv- frm ,,.-riff' f. ay.-f f 1 , ' i,., -' :sea ' ffghg-6 fffft f ,QQ Y Norma Briden Lois Geer Marilyn Patterson '. X' ws, 4: ldv z Q . .,-13-. C V f ef t' ' X ,, x.,,,, C L 3" 'JW R . ffw f gxic' if WS ' hx ' X f gbifgxgli Q ZZ! 1 Qt Q f f 23? Sf 4 My Z X 2 M X Q Q ' it f f S fs fl x X V Eff 5 Patricia Brown Holly june Hendricks Ruth Rugel ex Judy Cavazos june Huber Shirley Schwethelm M K? n f 47 f X sk 1 ,K WM f ' ,. , I in an Q A K 'W mr Q , Q at C I-gms Minis , X . V c Q af ' - sizs Q - c ,4 ' . ,V 'tg ,vi XX J f , ' f 'N N 3 - f . K5 i xg f f HN ms- S S ' kit 5 x ' ,,,. . ,,.,,. if .,,,. lf Q , ,,,, ,,r,. ,,,, 5 3 sv ' X - im. .p aa , N -. , 1 fa I 9 , f Fi.. 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FW M 7 'i 552' V , "' 1 , if" K X in ., M ' ia i . s "' ' XR ' I .nf s K I ' Q' ' V Sa L as fi : F a i. a at i sis . . H y . 1 f":" X ' M' I 'G' ff :nm 'M 'Hi I wk IZAAA P: 5: I K, pw 49' Xjft T? "' 1 .. h Egg ,Q F rf A r J isa it ' l 'M f lL" Iii ..,, , A' Q , ' V' X i E a M i l i a I ,gs P i - ' I f -V' " if is A ..., 'P Q? i , 'Q xl: M W A' it -::l U 'fic vin is 8 A g, :im my a ' Q 5 X A , H A , 7 A x X X K 5 N R W ag I 'xx 5 N it Zziif , AA,, A if I f A ft ' at fa: . 'R' T I' I I , Q... ' 7 I wh 2-1 gf L mfg I 14" 'Aim' ,Ai 'X ll: 1- 'vw I Nw . -1 X , 'A', 1 , sm.. ,,-1 at Q ' fiff ki ' 4 fe ' 53 X' is Arg Q if it Margaret Lee Anita june Toni Sue Rosemary Phyllis Adams Adcock Addison Adkins Akers Applegate Avila Baggish Helen Peggy Elizabeth Bobbie Janice Diane Lajuana Susan Benton Boyd Bradford Braly Breeding Brown Bryant Burns Aur0ra Margaret Mary joan Marcia Carol jo Eleanor Cannellas Cater Carroll Chatham Cheatham Cocke Corman Cotten N61 Rey Barbara Ada Sandra Lucia Ann Joyce Eleanor Daws Deborah Decherd Dickins Dixon Dobbs Englehardt Fleming Mary Pat Miriam Mary Mary Jane Emily Sarah Pat Imelda Gaif1e5 Gai' Gonzalez- Gordon Grafton Graham Grigsby Guarjardo Diana Carolyn Gerth Sonya Sandra Nancy jo Ann Kay Hampson Henry Pat Houghton Huber Jenkins Jesse josh Nancy Del Holmes Bonnie Mary Beth Phyllis Kathleen Kendrick Key Nelda Kirby Kirby Knight Larson Lindemann Kinsey MCFARLI HALL FELLOWSHIP .1 '41 ,. 227,52 Qin QE, iv it t sa at 3 .. 41' ZW 8? A5 x.,,.f tim 2,53 ,Jfgre agp" I N' Ji' fv Y, fs. 1 1- -'ff' 5- .,. . ., nn. 4, . l 475' L fi? .ai wry, sf , 3 ,aa nam .-:avi ii Hifi Jane Banks Virginia Butts Elizabeth Dabbs Katherine Franke Carmen Guzman Betty jones Kay Little 1' McFarlin Dormitory Fellowship is that organization which strives to create beauty, good feel- ing, happiness, and fellowship on the Trinity Hill. In its membership are all of the girls who live on "America's Most Modern University Campus." They unite in this fellowship which regulates citizenship and social life in the "s1eepatorium." ' F f we gf It , i W Y . ... aa.: ,X G y ' 4 -wr X 1 , j A ,K :if-3 iii yi' 5 c M :YW , Y .wx ' W I s ,. f is L fi , I Kay Barnes Martha Camp Pat Davis Stephanie Freeman Florence Ann Haag Kathleen Kendall Helga Loth Kay McBurnett MCFARLI HALL FELLOWSHIP The Fellowship sponsors house parties and inter-dormitory parties. The house council is the elected group which rules and moderates with the help of the house-mothers and the counselor for women. The council meets every Monday to dispense week-ends for rule-breakers to be campused. Joyce Luksa Marilyn McCluney Marilyn Montgomery Betty Patterson Sylvia Robertson Mary Ann Fannie Laas Howe- Moiber J Udy McManus Carol Monzingo Sue Pazdral JOY Roe Pat Bebe Semmes President Linda Mahan Georgie M ulcock Sally Peterson JOY Rose Mikey Marian Stafford Vire Prerideni Maralyn Martin Jonelle Newton Darillyn Posey Myrna Rossbach Lawanna Helen Bremer Sefrelary Carolyn Matthews Bette Jo Noser Carol Jean Purdy Carolyn Roth Nancy "justice" in the form of days or Dorothy Laas Treasurer Kay Matteson JoAnn Page Maxine Rank Margaret Shaffer Ann Jessie Norton Howe- Molber Josephine Park Elizabeth Ray Kathleen Shepherd Mary Lee Stevie Lundgren Charm Miller Mary Alice Parker Pat Read Carolyn Shockey Mary Lee Faun Miller Anna Mary Marie Stark Stephenson Stoner Taylor Terry Thomas Tiller Trantham Moody Joan Parsons Jonella Robertson Betty Shull Lanelle Waddill Amy Wagner Carolyn Ward Jean White Carroll Wicher Mary Jane Wilkinson Sylvia Williams Genevieve Williamson Rita Wycoff s .V W f. ssh A -W ' il" S ' . 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Paul Carroll Clyde Don 5 2' ' X 4 llll A A' N Ephraim Erwin Finch Frizzle George jon Charles William George Lawrence Wayne Cllalles Gene Vance Aldridge Arledge Arnecke Ayres Barrow Baughman Hmeson Harwell Hllvel l-lellly Anthony James Howell Max Robert Robert Gelalil Flank Jafk Dolllllcl Bonforte Bradley Calvert Cantu Cate Coyle Jac Son Johns Johnson Klddy Russell jack Leal Gilbert Charles Leslie Davis Detwiler Dobesh Domin- Elliot Ellison XX'esley Enrique Robert quez jack Willie Gideon Gonzalez Group Don Harper Harris Ken Gerth Ronald Hargrove Roy ,lim Higgin' Michael Holmes Tommy Hudspeth Inman botham Hoff Sam Howell Richard Richard Bob Felix Knox Allan Kuepper Landcaster King Kneuper Kownslar MEN ,S NE W DOR james Gillis Pfefident ,L The Mens New Dormitory Fellowship is the organization to which all of if',,,,,, the men who "room and board" in the Trinity dormitories receive automatic Jimmy' Helm . . . . . ffff Vife P,-mdenf membershi . Formin such a fellowshi romotes uni ' and fellowshi , en- courages responsibility. and develops social awareness among its members. A business meeting is held each month. This year's officers were elected last I 'f ait' . . . . . - . fr Walter Roberts spring, and many plans were formulated during the summer to aid in efficiency Serrelm'y-Treafurer I ' ' and smooth sailing this year and to meet the demands created by an overflow , 9 If . A I enrollment. ws, ,W aww s W if W ' if fl? ff Q, , A ,, ,A, ' , X i ' J "' f 1. , ' :-- , H I Q- f S 'f 3 if W' Qt r ? 1 'Q .." - ' 2' Ali 6- 'f' ff ,1 .. it ,lv , ., gag' , .jg at if Ti .Vf 1 , A ' 9-"5 , if ,. y ' -4, ff' 14591. 1 f' Q Y is it fa . f - fa, 'VSV 5 dfafe, wiv , ' Z, 9 iff f ' ra A S4 Zi' 4 f ,,,, , ., 4' 'ma W ff , l , ,fr . me W A i f J I A 75 Q Q ,sr 45' Q 'I 1431 it un ff ' ' , f W' WN , xg 379 Bias. .fx f V ' ik-is f ' W as xr' Iss' 5 F? J Na., H r T tt i?f17545l C ' Stephen Douglas Dan N V' xxz' A , so ee McCall McCarty L ag- x 4' , A ack Myles Howard s. yy LQ? Montgomery Moose Netfer 3' fi Robert Pau Key Sun Romaine Rushing Ryang ' Lawrence Cllffofd Rlley Bertram David Tin Tak Charles Sleweft Smith Smith McNelly McPhail Ma Mansfield Charles Roe Gerald Dyson Van Lawrence Robert Billy TekYl Tflgo Tfmlef Nickle Nutt Payne Pilgreen Chris Ro Vernon John Sau Sawyer Schrader Scott William Pau Larry Bill Speicher Stevens Street Suter Travis Andy john Oktay Tucker Uivary Ulbrich Ural erry Rodney Tommy Larry Watson Ward Wilbanks Williams S A, 1 9 f, fr f at . 5 -,sf - x- fi L 251- . 'r-,la,"t 9 1 E A e W f 'Y ft, if, 1 2 P mr if A it its 1 Musa Abu Howard Maizar Meissner Roland Bill Pizzini Purdy Stuart Ted Scott Seidel Russell Charles Tausch Tavizon Tony Arturo Valek Valles Gerald Raymond Wolf Yosko The Fellowship, which is normally composed of the men in the two wings, North Hall and South Hall, of the new dormitory, was enlarged. This year due to the number of students who wished to live at Trinity, the Fellowship included men residing in the East Wing of Murchison Dormitory. Several activities were sponsored by the dorm this year. The members assisted in planning and participated in an mter dorm party for the men and women residents of Trinity. A Christmas party was given by the group and, during Spiritual Emphasis Week, nightly discussions were conducted in the dormitory. 1 Z ' V 1 4. - L If 1' "'76i"4f-'Ny 4,4 V V f ' ' ,,,, 'W . :mf ' 5 W2 A N, . 1 ' - L if 5. i I r si ,,,, :, . , I V, A My W px I 5 P c- ,V 5' 'P at X4 of c ' y , ' ' " 'la' ,f h E lk S . i x t A N X sc ' f 'Qt' g iv , 4, - : e ' an Q - V .125 L 'W A f Q, , I ,I-5 at - xt, I 1 gf if uni N : 'f at ,.. ' r ,ff ,Ala s if i f A ,, , i L 'I 333 ft ff Q I ' 'sa 6.5.3 ' ' it f Raymond Judd North Wfing Reprefentatize George jageman South IVing Reprerenlafize wr F1 . as tw Y, .?' X . I nw' 6 . 5.51 -Wm I 4 wif.. ss. Rza' L3 H , Amr Smith Minarik Don Robb David Seidl Robert Taylor Kenneth Walker Ben Zollner i fx, . I r', .3 1' P ww eil 25? THE MIR GE Dixie puts the finishing touches on a page Pat lays out another snapshot page STAFF Dixie Lee Grace ...,.... ...... E dimr-in-Clyief Pat DeV0re ......... ........... A ,l'.ff,flc1lIf Edirol' Johanna Dalton .. Roel Trigo .....,,. jackie jackson .,.,. Bllffllffj' Manager O1'gm1izi1Iiwz5 P6l'.WJlItlljIfF,l' Edflm' Editor Skippy Froebel .,..... ....... R .0.T.C. Editor Dick Porter .....,..., ....,, F oofbiill Edizor Darrell West ....... ...... B lzrrkefbrzll Edirol- Randy Woods ..,...... .,....,.,.. G Ulf Edimr Margaret Bennett ..... Co-Ferzmre Edifur Raymond Judd ........ Carolyn Sheley .... Freddie Brockwell Pat Stephenson .... Riley Smith C0-Feafure IIHUOI' Clair Suplaouzare Cllrllff F1'6.l'b72Ir1lZ Clam' Edirol' Edilm' Edirol' Editor Ezfilm' Jackie I-Ionts ..,,,,, ...,................,........ A rliil Bert Striegler ....... Ad1'er1j.fi1zg Mazzlzger Wally jones ,,,,,,,A ..,.,,...,.,.... A d Srzlermizzz Bill Kuehn .........,.,. Bill Clemens ....... Ad Sizlermluz Ad Stzlemzmz Dr. Donald Everett .e.,,.. ....v.... S POIIJO7' Dr. Everett checks the finished pages. The MIRAGE is the University's "rogue's gallery." The name, MIRAGE, had its inception in Waxahachie when the mirage of a city was seen on Trinity's campus. It was first published as an annual in 1912 after several years in the form of a small magazine. The MIRAGE is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the Associated Collegiate Press, and the National Scholastic Press Association. The publishing and editing of this book are done by in- terested stuclents who volunteer to work on the staff and staff positions are open to all stu- dents regardless of their major subject. Last year's MIRAGE won one of the Freedoms Founda- tion's George Washington Medals because of its use of the theme, "The American Way of Life." gg., J 'Vim ff V A? f y F dw' l ' Q 14 5,7 as Yr Prit. Freddie. .incl Cirolyn check names with picturei Roel. Jackie. and Skippy compare notes on their sections to he Qure theyre right X 1 it n. rf-2 Qu Qa,,fN. "Good sports." Dick. Darrell. and Randy. take .1 break Everything is quiet so the geniuses. Riley and jackie, can do their art work si A V it 2521? W3 f il ' " . ,Y .4 .stile f F I -5' '- ,jlf . V Q U .W .-it 5 X ' r' ' f 2 xg N R if ...L--'fi 5 "-.qi , ' L V, f: A we X 4152! 1, f A 'Var 1, K "" fMm, I We K WSWS Bill, Bert. and Wlilly discuss the best ways to Jody sorts out contracts Raymond .intl lxf.1l'l!.1I'6t wade through .1 pile of convince advertisers to buy to bill advertisers pictures trying to think up catchy cutlines E f ef' 2 ' he r'nii'nnia11 : ff' z :il 'ft ,ii ii X I t W Wh, life' . f 1 frm 5 I I S V4 EL . if fin X, J 4 N 4. X l, . la it tx x .of ,P fy 'ww .4 Wtmffimrtl takes a story by telephone as the work piles up on his desk. Randy gets all the facts for 3 real "5q00p," Q ae' Mrs. Robinson gives a little advice on make-up to the staff. i This Till ITUNIAN TRINITY UNIVERSITY SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Office Phone: PE-5-5251, Ext. 49 FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION Member of Columbia Scholastic Press and Associated College- Press WOFFORD THOMPSON, JR. Editor-in-Chief RANDY WOODS Managing Editor THE TRINITONIAN, official student newspaper sf Trinity University. publishes 32 issues yearly: four each month in October, November, January. February. Mr-rch, April and May: two in Segvember and December. Entered as second class matter March Il, I9-l3. ai :he Antonio. Texas under the Act of March 3, I789. F Waxahachie. Texas. October 25. 1995. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 52.75 per school year of semester of I6 issues. Post Office at San ormerly entered at 32 issues: SL50 per LETTERS FROM READERS: The Trinitonian welcomes letters from readers, but reserves the right to edit when necessary. Letters MUST he signed though the writer'5 initials will be used if requested. EDITORIAL STATEMENTS of The Trinitonian refl ects the opinions ot student writers and not necessarily those of the Trinity University admin- istration Dick Porter .,,,, Frank Haegelin ,,,,. Darrell West ,,,,,,,,, Sports Editor Sports Editor First Semester Second Semester Skip F1-oebel ,i,,,,i,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,..,,,..,,....,...,.,, A ssistant Sandy McClellan ........,.. ,.,....... F irst Semester Society Editor Mary Jo McCarthy ....... ...... S econd Semester Society Editor Frances Ross ,,,,,,,,,i,i,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..., A ssistant Nancy Sue Cherry i.i,i. .II.........................,... F eature Editor Marco Gilliam ....,,,,.. .,.,,.,c,,........... P ersonalities Editor Mary Jo McCarthy .... ...... F irst Semester News Editor Jim Porter .,.........,.,... .,.., S econd Semester News Editor Darrell West ,,,,,,.. ,,..... F irst Semester R.O.T.C. Editor Marlene Pegg ....,. ,.,.. S econd Semester Makeup Editor Mike O'Neill .i,.,,,i, i,,,...,....,,,...........,....,......,,,. M usic Editor George Pomeroy ....... ..........,t,.....,,.,..,.,,...,, E xchange Editor "Swede" Erickson ., ...... Religion Editor Bob Boward .......,.......,.... ....................... C ohlmnist Mary Lee Trantham .,.,....,,..,i. ...,.. ...... ...... .... A d v e rtisillg Manager Jackie Jackson ,,,,,,,i,,,,,ii,,,,...t,,.,,..,..,..,...,,t.,.,,.,,.,,.,.,,,,..... A... C irculation Manager Mrs. Nelle Robinson ..i,,,,,..................,..,.,,,,.......,.,,.......... ,...,,..,,....,...,....... S D0l1S0l' Harold Williams, Howard Slutes, George Garrett, Margaret Adams, Lutie Shropshire, Martin Harrison, Nancy Kendrick. Diane Brown, Glena "Punky" Ward, Bob Garza, and Carol Cooper ..,...,,...,.,,,.,.,..............,.... Reporters 1 I N puny ,, . Q n - af.. , '- W 31 9 if fx! 4 ' 5. f W- . ' 1 , 2 it :, Q , Q 3' sf U I ri "'-' 1 -AA-A4 X 1 ggi "' A X -. w feiiifl 1' S135 ci- - f at i a Z, -5' a, f f W ' N 1, . ' L M. 4 ' Mike, Marco. Marlene. Mary -lo. and George work on copy for the Monday deadline. THE TRINITONIAN, the University's weekly "news and views" paper, is written and edited by students an- ticipating journalistic vocations. Our paper was first pub- lished in 1877 and has been published continuously since 1902. THE TRINITONIAN is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press and has been a member of the National Scholastic Press since its inception in 1921. This publica- tion, rated among the nation's top seven college weeklies. and winner' of the Medalist's Award for 1955, has a circu- lation of 1900, with subscribers all over the United States and in several foreign countries in addition to student cir- culation. The paper won third place in the Lumberman's Mutual Casualty Company's annual safety contest this vear. 1, Swede. Nancy Sue. Frances. Mary Lee. and Bob take a look at last weeks paper. H 1 1 n,,m'gS.1 1 is 4 , X 7 JE J 'P 4 S? if Frank and Darrell compare notes for the "big" story. jackie and Marlene sort labels to send papers all over the nation. U 'iii Agua 1 'ii RYAN!-fl Carol. Howard, Margaret. and Lutie get ready to clip out their stories. M T IV I and found an things toa I w w G 1 I i I 4 1 J TI E S gn .7 5 I X W ,f 0 O if ff fx m11l1on other S7 ieff f Q 4 N .+ f if do. Yi' VKX X- H A 5 QQ L J s E The long line to bankruptcy l iw it msn- Spurs and Deltas greet prospects Freshman Orientation 12-14 1955 SEPTEMBER 1955 Club Introduction Dance 23 Registration 15-14 I , Listening Party QMemphis State Classes begin 15 S T Vl T1 PQ 3 game, 24 Listening Party QAbilene Christian I 4 5 6 7 8 5 10 Movie 27 College game, 17 11 13 14 15 16 17 Spur Tea 30 Delta-Spur Coke Party 25 I 18 20 21 22 2,3 24 Freshman Talent Show 50 25 Bill Purdy. Bob Mooty, and Bill Ross "showing off" at the Freshman Talent Show Friendship and food are features of the Spur Tea 2l4 1 ' -I lm-' 511. 'P e as ,QQ- 9' All-School trip to Texas A811 1 Town Club Hayride 7 Football game fEast Texasj 8 Swing-In 11 Look out, javelinas! Here we come! "Swinging in" to the first step of college .1 1955 OCTOBER 1955 TUP Play f"The Rainmakeruj 20 20 S M T W T F T Senior Dance 22 2 3 4 5 6 7 S gresgijmlzin Electitgns th2-4 t 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 OE 1 ,game 12? 635 em 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 01115131139 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Jack Corrigan asks fellow TUPsr "Y'll seen 1 A circus just wouldn't be complete without an organ grinder- Rainmaker in these here parts?" not even the Seniors circus 1 z fr vii s P 'E-iff., . - s 'V . or Mac 1 mf..- Q , , ' fx 'lg WJ' . wa, L fffxiffiaa zz, v. . 2 I 5 Thanks to Buddy Morrow and his band it was the best Emily Graham eyes the two lovers who will soon lose their Homecoming Dance in a long time heads-but not over each other Homecoming 4-5 I 1955 NOVEMBER 1955 i Football Game fHardin- Church Vocations Fellowship S M T W T F S 1 Simmons? 19 Retreat 11 1 2 3 4 5 Thanksgiving Chapel 25 Student Hnion Week 15-17 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Recess 24-27 Homebuilders Turkey Trot 18 6 Football Game Cfexas 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 9 K Westernj 25 20 '1 22 23 24 25 Classes Resume 28 27 28 29 30 Students stream from the building for the Thanksgiving recess Back to the classrooms and tests T I1 S., if . 1 'N ai. My ZI6 K sf, " I: Shx if , Sta sl Decorating the "living room" for Christmas qaafw 'f tj, f in an I Q :Q , Q 'Mill 64 fre, A fig J 'I I ' Q"1v'f'i1 1.'iif"ilz X tg' its mix 1 'Q '-5, I ' , , e . ,:'wg,, fi if I it 1 ggi 01 1:61 tk af A 5 ft' an by V' rr . "wir, i f i' . ' Q54 ,, fi. 1 150 Z 'Z . Qing at 'ia , N , . , r YQ- ,f ,' f NX Q A 'DSM ,, ,77 ,, W if H ,.,. . . . 5. ' H mwmww1awma,W The TUPs have nothing to do with evil in "Curious Savage" Spur Dance 2 1955 Delta Kappa Phi Carnation Ball 2 Choir Tour 2-11 Football game fNorth Texas, 3 Decorating Party 7 4 S M T W 11 1 DECEMBER 1955 1 5 6 7 2 13 14 T F 8 9 15 16 s 18 19 20 21 22 73 25 26 27 28 29 30 TUP Play fThe Curious Savagej 9 Military Ball 10 Christmas Assembly 16 Sophomore Christmas Dance 17 Christmas Vacation 21-5 Dick and Lawanna leave under arched sabres Lanelle and Stuart stop in front of the Sophomore Christmas I-louse K f . X. SAMFYWNQ ,aff Midi xiii? 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VFW f'Wi4?f 1 we J ' f 'Z"5'5"W 'itil W, i .YQ f f Y. . , of Q tw ' :QW .f val - : .wg 4 :rt L is 6" 'Sri' in rl , ,C 13,2 -1 N A S A L 3 2 X mic X1 t Q' ,Qs gal?" x A, 2 - X ,VW v-:W 1 'af A 0:1 A ,M 9,1 1 Wt, ..Qg,,g, 2I7 S"mss.,VMV'fft Mk. 111 ' ,x s l Vacation Over, it's the Same old grind of classes The Blue Key Caricature bgoth C1065 3 booming business at the Spur W.U.S. carnival Class Begins 3 Carnival fSpursQ 7 Dead Week 12-18 mf- 1956 JANUARY 1956 Exams 19-26 S M T W T F S Faculty Retreat 27 1 3 4 5 6 7 Registration 28-50 And then it's time to fill out all those long registration forms again Classes Begin 31 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 Dead Week assures plenty of time for studying- or sleeping 2 T A V ' if as e1 sate , ,, 4 A ,t , . f ,f ,wwfwm mtg y at 1.-' 1 ,WWMJQ 4, 5 2 , Qieigis , el J' Costume winners at the Artist's Ball display a variety of ideas Students gather for the monthly movie Artist's Ball 3 1956 FEBRUARY 1956 Miss Posture Contest 25 . 1 . X Movie 5 S M T W T F S Twirp Dance 2-1 Spur Frolic of Hearts 18 Spiritual Emphasis Wfeek 26-1 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 King TWIRP fBill Purdyj, Queen TWIRP fBabe Baggishl Spurs work on costumes for the big Frolic of Hearts musical and Allan Kownslar and his corsage sit it out 2l9 Q ,, fm ,mtg fe swf miyz Q, J 1 tc ,fa ' Nw . , Q All high school students are welcomed to the Katharina is swept off to the amazement of the eighth annual Speech Festival wedding guests in the "Shrew" Speech'Tournarnent 2-3 1956 BIAJICII 1956 bdovie 14 11lP1Pl 'T l b ' u ay 9 S M T W T F S oxyn C LI. Coronation 17 junior Class All-School , Senior Recital 26 Box Su er 10 1 Z 3 Easte V t' b ' 10 2 PP 4 5 6 7 8 9 I' ZIC3. IOI1 681115 Q - 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Everybody takes a break while Wfillie Tigerland Royalty lead off with the first dance changes reels at the Coronation 220 Town and dorm students get together and dance The twenty beauties vieing for Pan-American Queen Classes begin 5 Town Club-Dorm party 6 Bengal Band dance 7 Pan-American Ball 14 1956 APRIL 1956 Founders Day 22 S M T W T F S Choir trip I 26-30 Gal in Calico dance 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Founders Day celebration 28 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 - 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Quiet settles over the campus as the Choir leaves for a trip Jackie Honts measures john Benson's Founders Day beard 22I u.'3.'QK I , X , 5 ,1 Y ff Q1 5 I 21,21 t 1 :I ' ' X ..,. 5 J' N . ' A 'SK The polls are xery popular when xoting time comes to fill all Charles. Margaret. XX'alter. and jackie make plans for the the Xacancies for next year Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet All-School Elections 1-2 1956 MAY 1956 Senior Chapel 21 TUP play 4 S M T W T F S Exams 25-29 Deltas Coffee 12 1 2 3 4 5 Senior Class Day 26 Pronu 12 Baccalaureate 27 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 . Dead XY'eelq 16-22 Graduation 28 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Students bid farewell to the Ad Building as classes PM-entg and ffigmlg join the graduates at let out for -mother year the graduation exercises MB 222 HGMECOMI ' ci W g-ww gg' M'T.',....,,'5"f 1 f Q 3 N ex Q A M Q 2 1, Z 4 3 VS 1 X f f 1 ' z i' ,.. I, 4 ' 4' mffmit' Qamne' ,Hmm New z ,f "XWwm.y.,MmMMM Mmwxnw V 'wmwfmwmw WN- ..,, , Q WMNN M, N f ,f . lbw www -'ws W, ,. " N , 'MN 'Mssvwsw 4'-ee, f I f ff f msgs: 4? sw M, ,, R. Nm M i , N., if? iw., 1 1 , Z , .. Z My r or s H ii? ff? I 01 W , it :A 2 -V 0 l ' .,,..f .. , ' f' ' ,v K A4, F S - ' f 3 Q ,- X X "if i 545400: l ' 17-fl Sw ,kgs , S . 5 ' x Far into the night the float building goes on Marco and Willie Show Buddy Buddy Morrow's orchestra sets the dance tempo Queen Kaye admires her bouquet Morrow the TRINITONIAN Kaye sheds tears of happiness over her election as queen , ,, . . . t f 2 , L 1 . . . The ' Coffee Shop Crowd poses at intermission S my O is ippeamme Dreaming while the dancing goes on 223 HOMECOMI f -ia. E Ill ti tm hcklgifl Hulk iam Uri 2 ' ' ' R ch.. is Q 3 ,. ,, 4 5 i My R ' 4 i is 3 fi t., e r We i munvl mxs s Qt ' te iucuannosinmcis T me iiimuiw coniiuiosni gan' 'MSS DMERKL i l GOES NATIONAL T 7' T , 1 mmm uv .fmwmfazwsl ,WUBELPRIZI S5235 ,iii,Eg: !4 'f'l E me F., .YV Wig 'E K ,.,, Q34 Hg ' ' r . 1 - i 2 gpm . . ,Ad I , V H , fl' 4. V 1, 9 +4 ' ' N ff , f , , rf f we f nf . .eff , .X f ., wet- ' f fr s If ef , Y . 1 , A. 5,..,iQ:- f . .M A 14,. ., M wi-w i. , ,. . . 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W,-,Q mania i' CJUYYN . H-X., ii .tv I FMR? li W w ahssqdga 4 gg .1 '-M-w-W-- 'Ei :Eg - S33 I3 YI - - ',,',' ' 'wg -S ' if 'EWS illnl 9 . f5UfLUf-L' f ' R, .L- a mm M E 1Pff"5U 7 uw! 6""LDlm' pi V7 A - ,M A-,M - 1' U Kampus Kubs have big plans for Lee Roy's future family A big "Hello" from Kaye Bios Club officers seem a little thin Press Club has dreams of a daily TRINITONIAN Homebuilders have a nightmare rather than a dream 225 5 4... PIRITUAL E RICHME T WEEK lv!- K 'sm 'Kws 9 "'-Sign? s , M , :Q r 4 ,. x ww ,V X - V f , e W! X gy, I f : Y -sv" J 5' 1 W fwtkif' , s - 5 ' rib. .: D 2 x M , f ' so . fi t , ' 4333? if 9 W 1 ' " ' F ' s ,CIS f s ' it , l A ' ' rr r mir! Q N A L 'ii M we-4 I fa ,W JW W 0 Dr. john A, McKay pronounces the benediction University Presbyterian Church-center of the religious life of the cam us Everyone gathers for refreshments after vespers P Congregation arrives for the morning worship Services over, the students stream out for the long hike back to classes 226 US -4 99" "?!5WiK 5, , 1 5 , g V V ' , , . 2 , ., ,f if t 4 r , .,..f .. we WW ff f ,, ,E . ,T Y""""""" of Q , R . , ' 2, ff Q f .U :N u 1 'Q ? ' 5 ' 1 5 1 2 ' 316 5 f fi V J ' V 4 4 I . ,Zvi 3 xk , si Q ,f 'V 277 Q ?-' ' V P 4? ffl? A , W 1 M' 3 fi? 3 4 f ' A I ,. pm .4 9 g 1 . CW-if Ji, ,gf X ss 0 , - V ' if 'f 9 ""'2 frm, , , 'if A 54 -all fiwzfiw 2 4431-It f 1 -if s ,A if-w , He' 7 , ,E 46,62 vggfyrgzg gg '3 V , QQ, 7 ' fn.. 2 ascii Q ' " ' 'f , 1. 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's done Last minute rush for costumes Tom gives Kenneth some good advice at rehearsal Everybody bunny hops at the Artists Ball Ernie, Nancy, and Helen put the finishing touches on the TUP "Mrs SL1VL1gCHglVCStl1C inmates the latestncws float 227 KINGSVILLE TRIP 2??w3""W'wf it Wifi lgotflfsi X to Aw W ww, sf ' ,W 1, sf fbi w-s.,,.,,s-M 1. .J i.,, .,:,,,, , X, ii A 'N w"""'qd 'ww'-,,,,,,. ,"""" .ff h QW Q I 1 . .,.,- A f rf," ""' - q 'O Sv m 1 Q ' ' " X J V M A visit to the horse barns on King Ranch Pep rally singers advertise the trip Drivers of the three buses in the caravan Santa Gertrudis cattle interest everyone Chow line at the Student Union at A841 Roel naps on the bus floor on the return trip 228 f TISA CON VE T10 ' - 14 yfc, tif Wiz f . ft 'X .. E gg . ,.::,,, , f 5 1 I J ,I QE 1 ,,1,h, ii 5 U masse , A I is A S ,Q . W, t Z 9, A , WTWZKQFQ X fn, M E- l.W,-Mfffop-v5w,,f,.V,, W-,.w.wt MN. P S ,, ,... . M W! ww,M,.M as X K WM' ,Www QMBXQ ' Bye, we're off to the TISA convention No trip is complete without a decorated bus Lee Roy goes along for the ride Travel talk on the top deck just a part of the largest delegation at the convention The view of the bus from Willie's hotel window-on the 15th floor 229 lwgx X WHQ i is 2 u 'z A Dancing under the holidays At last someone has found a use for the reflection pool Bill Purdy-Boy Disc-jockey Frank and Dixie hard at work on campaign posters Dr. Laurie crowns King Charlie at the Coronation jackie Honts tells everyone that she is running for cheerleader 230 ,Messrs ,,,,, 2,137 wif 4.. Q -1 , ' V V' - l , E,. :.,, - 1, 1 - wfwfffa rf as-Z i ' X 9143 ,- ' 'f e, ,i ,if ,r My , ,. MQ 1 f 4' i ' Y V' w' f fl? an-""' X . n aff 1 i as WW g "" , y 'WRAMWMJQX is l if me Dr. Reamer and Mr, Gunn discuss English department problems Tony goes over some of the paper work connected with keeping the school clean Enter the King and Queen! Mr. Driebrodt directs the Fourth Army Band in an assembly concert Looks like the Marines are trying to recruit Shirley and Peggy The models for the Delta's Carnation Capers style show give us a look at the latest fashions 23l ,, , I 1 f if 1' s 1. f 'ss ' i l 1 ai, s L X i 4' 5' ft,-f g'...... ,Ati 15 'X First Prize at the sock hop. Dig those cool sox! Freshman Lois Geer meets the Four Freshmen for a wonderful Can I ride the horsey too, Daddy? birthday Present . Ohhhh l' 'l"l h l d l Wfayne Ulrich and Patsy Teague seem to be joined for life with ,you dar In I C Cer ea ers those lovely handcuffs Which twin is "for real," the football hero or the one on the left? 232 fm is SQ, , f' QWW t . , ' . 'I ' f f 1 5 AA 7 -S 3 ' 7 f "aww X, , , 4: its 4 - I alma ,- t .Y rf ' , ii fy 'SV f Mi' i i if .,.ff.5,?.feX4'.' if- Mfm, we f W 7 N A Q ,y,g fr m,,,, . X-wr, f 3 ' J X rg., Q 3, X, if b- ii 2 , ' S 15 qi at 7 iff 'fx' ' X-mi' -. Nw. We ,iffy ,4 . Q4 ia 'Ka Oh, I say, do you have all of your registration papers? It's not often you can have a faculty member wait on you Wofford and Sandy take care of the registration mug shots Dormitory mixer dance is off to a good start. A few lucky students get to interview Lita Baron, Rory Calhoun, This is one way to make money for the Wforld University Service and Gilbert Roland 233 7 ,E if Q if . X NX X!! get 2 s if if K f fa Y x ef 1 if . r i, x N f ',,...., K I ', rx , . N 4 A A- ' Q st X5 it i 1 , f YW 4 X , 4 , J ' F357 -' , z . X f i 4 if Yr Y . 4- ,, 4 1, Y NN 1,5 ,Z W of :XS , 5 : - ro if XX MQ f Xvfi v' X Q YQ S 46 1 W , rf X ,Z f ,ef 0 fx X Xxx K s , X :',:,oi. A Lx. W L . . ,,,,,, W J , ,,,, 5,52 Q X, r '. fa X 'E 'f R , ff ? X X 7 f , X s X t K Y 7 f Q5 Q W f fyi Q S 1 it E fawm, i 1 ii 1 'ff-. f l t -.', yw ' x We fx A i 2 N ,ZW Y. s x ZW TUPS work hard on decorations for their dance Informal danqeg bring out a big attendance What .1 birthday party-the honoree is out of town W111 Laffy burst the balloon ? Twirp week is the girls' big chance Ann Price prepares those famous overdue book notices Af..-anti" i 3 N - Avia, -fa ul VM is " '-up. -..... H"""""-u-. -.., i ,,Mv" -x I ..,,. V fwbjzr ' g ms ,i V- . i ..fLAA1AA.f, . a ZZQX iw, ll r C 24 il R Q 1 W., , 2 ,A 1 1 ,,,,, . ,.0,. SBI!-an , M ' - 7 ,, .faq va!! i ,, , . , r K , , f ' t t, t. ,XZYSW X , as ,X , XA t , X if , X X 34 fxfxffvax bfi? X432 Q1 f as-Z4 ,ZWMMQX ses N Q A X ,ar XM X J R fs' A QWXZPXQMAWX Xwfwewx f f f K X wi tr fffzx ,Q ZQNDEQQ All aboard for the Town Club Hayride Charm Miller wants to be evil at the Freshman Talent Show Lots of talk at the Spur Tea Bengal Band marches off the field after halftime Dick 211161 Stevie as a Confederate Colonel and Southern Belle at Press Club Cand lots of other studentsj welcome jane Russell at the Artists Ball the airport 235 1... g , no 1 A... I AA, N sa? K iv 1-Iwgiwy .aa-. 5 . . , aw 'W x ' 1 A KW ..:,,M,,, x , X , ,..: , . c K a t .ry . . 4 Rey , -y wa, ',:::- m x f , X as, f K X s .., ru.:-5' wa: "s.. ,::z- e -K ,M ,MQ wg- , as f X sk I X " X 1 ,,,, . ., f W, , Ng . ac ,,,,,, rf. X, ' ' ' .6W'I":E3E-.iffy ' .. , , ' r M' "7 A X yi. .... ,. ' . ,opt isa- .V f xrr- az 3 Q , Q as cc of M f " sr 33" -. M? f w , ' N 9 Nw 5' . 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Willie is surrounded by Helen and Freddy relax in the lounge girls, as usual Decorated "coop:' for Delta chicks "Now as I was saying, friends" 236 Looks like we missed the extra point Two jackies lined up for a hotel hall race The everpresent dream of the TUPs-a theatre of their own Fence hangers get a look at Assault at King Ranch abr an .,,,,,,r ' ' ' f V x ' i ,, l X , m ,W A gs ' 4 .WEN ,g', f ,- -, , .ff . w ,a , Ha' W! , Z " Q W 'WW' ff gf, ' M 1 A MV ., v 5- .MQ , ,JQZWWX , , sf ,.ff 3,g,3,..,-afyj :vw A - ,mf F 'Z ' fx' V V 74, fxywk ,iw -f f A 1 A .134 i f-4.7" gf lf, gig" :.,f"."'fy 4 , ..... , V, -- , V' N f, 1 fyfzfgfw ,J , 3 W' ' ' - , a l ., l ,fwgis ,sw ,, ZH, 'fi .1 ,,V , ,Wg , 5 7: Vjf , ,, ,I ily, 1 ' , 5 V i 'ea - Q fan w:zvz iff,:z'c X V " , ,z 'I if 41 'N '-9. 5 A. A Q ,sg V V ' VV , sz'-wa V- fy '4 2' N p f aww, Q- , f-my Z 99? fyyyry yn?-Z ' Va ,- . 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W i A 1 i?".fm1 fig iff W af we 29 f Q, M 4 1 W A XM yi ,- "' f V , f X c X Nl, 7 "' it six 10, ,,, A., XJ 1 f f HQ? x N, Y X ce! f mv- X Nr .. a 5 X 53. l X "5 'Fifth 'M - Qi, C, ' H as 1 -AQS X f it fl Q r . 2 l 1 ' V W 4 1 ,5 4 . TUPS take an uncalled for encore after their circus flop Which Smile iS LibCrdC6'S? Mal Schraub brings 'em back dead Where WCIG yOU Wl1C'H the Ship "A coach's life is rough l" , , went Clown? , I , . At least the Homebuilders use the Barbeque Pit I . I TISA politicians unload their luggage David fCurt1sj Sencll Watch out forthe low bridge, Doug and Genevieve! lets the Shrew in Mrs. Schraub, Mrs. Spain, and Mr. Schraub seem happy about the situation 'QV vXtV,5K,8 J ls Y b - Q id 'F , M ..,. Vs , 1: V W V , ,E , X NW wx sw 2541? QS H , .- " 'N' Sq -. V nl 'z.,, fig A 9 J V' W ' ,assi V VE V V t QQ-gg: - A if ' -f l. 1 - , ' WN , gli gf ,J V V ' A 3. ,Q A , . A 1 3 . s f vwk, Wu...,...W. -f VV A353 5 VV! 4 V g my ' 5 X i v- . ix .i V X -' 1 ss .X r if t. X , VV W J. 'V " X +f im C '- ' ' 2 :Eg W mmf S f ,A 1 2 as , VV W VW V, ,a J ,V -t ,gy M-.wwwsme Z ,. ,mst Z? I 5 .WaaMa,,,. V 4444 V qw ,Q t ff, ' ' 'y -MM in , , Lf Qs l ,i 5 - ' t W it ' " -' b ' u 4 ' I i s...1 Kr Q aw wf' P t , f Wa ,v , V 1 N. . x i 5 f V - "' 'v gn L v ff L 3 5' ,if I 't Wifi ,f sf - VM f V -7 , ,' :nag f V g' 45? 1, Maintenance men keep everything in working order TU Coeds peep over Janes shoulder to watch her sig Girls get gab and grub 238 ww 5, V ..""'s.i Ei - .,r. s A 'ffl if St. MW x f QQ l Q 1 f f l V' l X Y r v x 1 - .,- . 1-ah, 74-X 4 xv ,Q sta-5 ff V A , , Anne Warren signs the guest register at the Spur Tea, n autographs Irene seems to be having a little trouble finding her class The hayride gang lines up for hotdogs So let your hair down, David, and go right on and cry And they're still dancing Pat and Nell Check over the "luscious food" for the Shrew Q 515 s l X X ,.1.. v 5 Nell is presented by the Fiesta Association as "Miss Fiesta" Didn't the TISA delegates do anything but stand in line? I rather think that I should like to register for the Speech Tourna- ment 239 4 Xt Ni at , if E 323 1 ew 'la' ff aw Q M- f 3 sf 54 ,, Eff 1 M is Q lx X jaw S fi: f K if 5 5? l' , .. A V 5, , ,a A ' iw . a Y 1 if :ff M? ,ss .:.,', , N' li ,J iq, 7 'Sf3f, ! 3 W 4 at 5' d Zzigaaggsgg V ggigwig, 'Q , 1 nf - ' , l, if ' ' it -2 ' ng W J A. 1, 11,1 'Wea gg A' Yffi 'f'?iI?" -' A .guy A as .. L., J Q , ., l ',,- Il' ffgffff fff K' 55f7iZ2'sv--J or r' ,. 7 jim Inman with one of his famous Hillbilly Pantomimes The lounge is crowded at another informal dance Ron fluucentioj Baxley tells Kay CBiancaj Miller of his love Bill Suter is quite popular during TWIRP week This year's majorettes pose after their election "Chinese" freshmen show their dancing abilities 240 Q v MCC2lrfy gives the TUPS 21 going over for mistakes in the dress Randy Woods shows his bowling follow-thru ballet techniques h l re earsa The ship went down and here we are Students gather to hear about the lift-slab method from O'Neil Ford Mr. Morrison stops for a rest on the long trip back to the Ad Leaving the glorious state of Texas for a trip to Memphis State Buildilig College Qld 4 ul ' X 4? 1 J . i 5 " 1 -Xa fi ' V -M, -rv' J ,,,, i w"si1 f i , 0 W, A , 2:5 f 1-Qwpmw, wssvww we t ' MWMIQ , 4 G. V .R....f. 4,-if I V ,5 I ff fini ' ., - , x H , ,vi Q V f X ,,..Q t wg is i 1, f QW Rf f .mmnrfpof ms X r ' I , i .XX. I be 14 my' Yvfirl: 'gl .N 4 5 3 2 3 4 5 2 ,.. David Seidl shows his muscles fin his voicej Miss Posture, Janice Agee, and the runners-up, jonella Robertson . , D h B ll h ff h' t h' 'loan Hodge serves Stevie Lundgren and Kay Miller punch at the and Orot Y C OS S OW O t elf mp les h Swing-In ceremonies Students inspect the jacks used to lift the slab on the new MUSIC Mary Carroll ,ind Lind.1 Mahan take quite Z1 beating fwith wet Budding spongesj at the Spurs' WUS Carnival "Grab the next boy on the run and everybody promenade" l ' Q V Band forms the Blue Key insignia before the usual poor attend- ance for the games Coach Mac briefs George jageman on the play to be used to ground the North Texas Eagles Faculty and students feel the slab going up on the Music Building . 'Nc Xxx. v. , PQ ttf H GN ci Ed Pigott makes good use of the mistletoe More passengers of the wrecked ship The act seems to have everyones attention but Katina Sarris's 243 Nt - i r--WMV bs., i I Q i f i y 1 , 3 f' ii ,Q 'hx-. si QQ Homebuilders light up the Union for Christmas Bill Sneed and the managers take a critical look at the game Six of Trinity's Miss Fiesta candidates wait for the judges' decision Girls, your "dates" are looking awfully thin these days. 244 Pat, Helen, and Chris practice for the TUPS weekly radio show On KONO Barbara and Lanelle are about to leave for their "Aba Daba Honeymoon" "Gee, I hope she can follow this next step" l Yf'f ,ff nw 45 WN J awww- ff - - T.-use - jf? gigiefffxs llc ' E, 'b ,, V1a4.'t'1 .again , f we 'Wx fig' 'fi ,. 1 'iff' ' wi, .Ati I ,as ma' s., 'wi 5 o?Qg.3ma" 3 1 kwin" , is R , f , is fs, X. , 44:0 u X f,yff,ta' ' fi 1.1. -We T I , V so lx ' i ,ir-,M A V ws: N M ' M 5-g,t A 2 A, K Mi -I Q 1 N Nw 1 ' J UA. ' Y., S , E ia, ' The last mile to meals The Pages and Crownbearers for the Tigerland Coronation await the King and Queen Myrna Rossbach dances "Begin the Beguinen at the Frolic More Frolic fun as the Spurs "Pass That Peace Pipe" Frank Haegelin tries for a strike The Freedoms Foundation Award presented for last year's The freshmen seem to have too many problems for the "Cure MIRAGE All Machine" 245 fi... . Y . ,em elf 1 l'ti " ' t' P Hive: " 0 ., -:bv . sv Ja for L, s du A 'f '56 X asf, 49 X ' rf r si: s -Q- fat N10 'Hrs M., 1 Wx 3'fff73 : as f 4 sy ,320 my ee 3 v. s ,,.-.., - ,gl V 1 at ' f . Aft ,. - .M ia , , N Ns S Y f9.7'VxN x 42' X xx Z ' X ery ,Q f xv 'V g six 5, , 5 Q Wwgxf x ff? Q 8 vi i sa 5 f W' Z: ,rg -,err A AQ., mf' mr, Lu vo' -, 5' ss' , ' , . at, , N.., ,. X Pl i X f if Km Mama shows her muscles and Heart Made of Stone at the Athletlc pubhcxty secretary, Paulme Smlth, seems to have about Band members leave for one of thexr httle jaunts to nelghbormg Muwaffak Ayloush and Munir Saltr Pose rn therr native Syrian W , ,, .15 Xrnbk A, 4 V 5 3. I ff sz-. 1 www! 1 : NY, 1 23 A f Nr f?SSi55E , ff T 'WJ' ,P 7-Na 9' 'VX-,. s X -. 1 1 -.V ' iyfgnsafip A so K av Pkg -. x '1 'Q 'S 1 Xl ! . U :'- , ?., S ' ' Q A . 5 , 2 9f,,,awa'I i tg, -512, W R113- r"" 45 V, k , sy ,- ws by 5 'MM 2 . ,, -- g .:.. -'wa 1 """"' ' ,f 5 ff s 5 an . M 34, ,e 4 A' L' 5 r 3? f 1 f AK .if gh w .:,. Q, Z, W . ' i , '12, , gi? , 4,f4:f,gk::sf rs-east, WG e , 2 f V Q fr fa, f V 4.51335 -: U nf ,gi . 1 W 4- ' H 'li' , , ff. U Zi, wg Q, rw , ' , ffrzffq Z: :,fm4C'. 1 5 S so s Posters cover every inch of wall space cami. Q cs' if ., ,t N, xx- Ipa ww Ev W 1 ,..1-"""' 'w,w..,.,-4" mn' WS' 2,4 x 2: Q W X , , ar: Z .. " . ,I - ig . 2 1 . :E Q . r AQ, -' - if ss Q we . i ., 7, ., ,mf f- ' - -ma Vffwsl . SV- fr 1 K i fwlfvf -gf Q Jack and l.ari'y in .1 campaign Stunt to advertising candidates for office publicize "Frizzle for President" Wofford accepts the check for THE TRINITONIAN A.fl'aUfiC Call b1'lU'S5 Jody 53065 Qc-61' the MIRAGE nclwei-rising for winning the safety contest firemen to f5'5U'1f18 contracts so she can gollcct the flag pole Dorm rooms are wonderful places to get together Jackie wades out into the lffltctirm pool to for gabfests and last minute cramming 1-5-Pair I-,gy Ctlmpdign 55,1 serpent 247 I A ix. I 5I I I I 1 -I I II II I I I . I l It was a wonderfulI on the campus and while. town." Q I I I VERTII SIN year both "doing the SEEKS Open An SRC Account! Make Your Shopping I Fast, Convenient, Easy! Enjoy the services ot a char- ge account, PLUS the added I teature ot spreading your payments over many months in amounts specified by you. i 'iii Phone Sally Sears I Yii'WiAbout Opening An Account to when you can't shop S' Sf to -5 cA-3-4311 v WA-3-3466 P Romana Plaza Store Southside Store For Everything . 5 Advertised or ' Sold in Our Retail Store Phone Sally Sears the next time you need something and can't get out to get it. You'll be pleased with her selection-Sears guarantees this-or it costs you noth- ing. Try this new, awondertul phone shopping service at Sears. FREE DELIVERY . . . No charge is made on phone orders totaling S5 or more . . . and there's only a nominal charge ot 35 cents tor delivery on phone orders under 55. Wfmmwf W SEARS Romana Plaza Store Soledad at Romana Plaza H CA 3-43II 250 Southside Store Pleasanton Rd. at Loop I3 ' WA 3-3466 1 502l Broadway Alamo Helghls Manor JeT'Fel'SOn CM ra us IVKENS VVEAII 7, ALAMO HEIGHTS Phone TAylor 2-3376 ROY SCHWEERS ZZ GULF SERVICE 63lO N. New Braunfels at Sunset Ridge TA 6-344l San Antonio's Most Beautiful Motor Hotel ' COMPLETE Service Station SERVICE FRCNTIER ALVON BEAUTY SALON 5940 Broadway ALAMo Halen-its Home ot the Famous CHARCOAL BURGER - TA 6-233I A. V. HUTTON, Owner Compliments to the Graduating Class PETRDLEUM SERVICE AND RESEARCH CORPCRATION Reservoir Engineers Alamo National Building-Telephone: CApi+oI 2-I467 A TONIO, TEXAS CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS SAN N McALLEN, TEXAS Phqneg 3-6622 Phone: 6-4962 EARL ABEL'S San Antonio's Most Preferred Restaurant Open 24 Hours "Is Everyrhing AII RigI1I'?" Ill li 3 I :ill LAU REL HEIGHTS PHARMACY Mis+Ie+oe and Main Avenue Phone PE 6-3I6I SAN ANTONIO I, TEXAS 4 R. L. BRLSENHAN, Owner RAY DALTON, Manager ROY O Adiaceni' Io Famed O COHVGHISHI +0 Brackenridge Park Forr Sam Housron I o Casa Lmda Motel 32I5 Broadway 0 TAyIor 6-6377 0 San An'ronio, Texas O Convenien+ Io O Nearby Golf Course Downfown Area and Recreafion Poinfs L. . .. .L...,...., BEXAR COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Travis and S+. IvIary's SIS. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS if ir if MEMBER OF F.D.l.c. CIITAIII SIIHIIAIINII The Finesf and Largesf Air-Condifioned L I N E N S E R V I C E Chinese Restaurant In fhe Enfire Soufh iv if wk "Don'+ Complain-CaII Main 90I S. Presa S+. CA 6-6632 Open Daily lI:00 a.m. Io I0:00 p.m. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 26II Broadway T. H. WU, Manager Compliments of CHAS. W. SCHNEIDER A A A TRAVIS D. BAILEY LYTLE W. GOSLING 81 CO. INSURANCE AND BONDS A A A I37 Losoya S+. CA 7-6I5I I I i 1 7 l Your Official Yearbook Photographers . . I , BEVERLY'S STUDIOS , San Antonio's Finest Photographers I I 2OI5 North Main Avenue Phone PE 5-52I6 11- - - - 1 ' "'-1' With All C0011 Wishes . . 1 Congratulations to the Class I 1 , f 1956 0 W f' J U I G5 iym Yi? If ' Q I gguiqs digg.. A 1 t I CARPENTER P W fferiliiifi s QU-Et,R.R.1fL0 .. PAPER COMPANY . Q in 11-IE FW S 5l9 N. Medina 4 I CA 6-4I8l . . . to Our Many Friends I I GRACE'S PHARMACY I90I Cincinnati Ave. PE 3-I23I I ch and See Zia" 254 Your Best Buy in Flowers Are by Ted at the BROADWAY FLOWER SHOP 5003 Broadway-TA 6-0691 FLOWERS BY WIRE TED WILLIAMS Compliments of AND MARTIN Contractors and Developers ik? 4623 BLANCO , uns- Ill- ll -ull-I ill li-I ' ' Compliments of BROADWAY NATIONAL BANK OF ALAMO HEIGHTS 520l Broadway TAyl0r 6-2323 . I l n l 1 Compliments of JEFFERSCN STATE BANK I9O0 Fredericksburg Road Member FDIC Phone PE 3-9l44 AYLESWORTH AVIATION Compnmenh of Aulhorized Piper lzealerg O,KRENT SALES - RENTALS -IN TRU TION Municipal Airporl TAylor 6-804l SAN ANTONIO' TEXAS Specialisls Since I9I5 A . Co I' ts of Compliments mp 'men of ' W. H. JGNES PIGGLY - WIGGLY SAN ANTONIO COMPANY Fhwannal Texas Corn Fed 'T 2030 Main seeks AWK PE 3-094I "There's Nothing Accidental About Quality" SUCHY'S FLOWERS MEMBER F.T.D. and Allied Florists 722 N. St. Marys St. CA 7-93l8 90 Day Charge Accounts PARK PLAZA MOTEL 6 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED SUBURBAN STORES - 0 Alamo Heights 5204 Broadway 0Allena Village Television - Swimming Pool 45I7 Blanco Rd. Alr Condlhonmg 0 Billy Mitchell Village ACROSS FROM BRACKENRIDGE PARK 223 l-6ClKl6nd Rd- 2908 Broadway TA 6-6349 0 Jettersen Village l026 Donaldson 0 Woodlawn Center I8 I 5 Fredericksburg Road I McCreless Shopping Village 35I6 S. New Braunfels l' ,1 L .J ART B EAUTY SA LONS ,.-A. ,ZIZ I A f' . "Where BeaU+Y 'S An AH" CompI'menIS Y? No. 2-3I3l McCullough IMiIce Jacobsj TA 2-5I52 No. 3-4940 Broadway IF. C. Chaney, TA 6-032l In Sunse+ Ridge LEONARD'S HOME FURNISHINGS 6450 N. New Braunfels TA 6-369l Relax . . . refresh Have ca Coke BOTTLED O O we A4 .-.7 Ill COCA-COLA COMPANY BY San Antonio Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. SAMS BARBER SHUI? "We Need Your Head- You Need Our Hands" 27l0 N. ST. MARYS LLOYD BALL TEXACO SERVICE STATION - Compleie Aufomofive Service - 2420 N. ST. MARY'S PHONE PE 4-630l 81 Our FLOWERS Say H' for You I 0 7 J Insurance for Every Need M6635 gfower 54010 LIFE - HOSPITALIZATION - AUTO CASUAL-I-Y - FIRE CORSAGES - WEDDINGS - FUNERAL DESIGNS , 0 67I6 san Pedro TA 2-3384 CA 7-6588 SAN ANTQNIQ' TEXAS I935 N. Sf. Mary's S+. San Anfonio 2, Texas .. I I .... I . . - .... COMPLIMENTS OF . . SAMSC 'k 'k 'lr CONGRSTHJQATIONS L. A' Class of I956 '43 From LIFE - AUTO - FIRE PAUL ANDERSON co. 'NSURANCE I830 W. OI . - I25 Broadway Phone CA 6-8IOI mos Dr PE 5 566I An Ideal and Ar+isIic Place Io Give ParI'ies The Manor House Special Luncheons O Bridge Parlies O Af+ernoon Teas O Wedding Receplions All Ca+ering Personally Supervised by MRS. A. D. MANGHAN II22 N. S+. Mary's Phone CApi+oI 6-0833 CATERERS FOR HOME PARTIES A. J. SMITH COMPANY "EveryI'hing for Ihe Flower Garden" 'A' SEEDS - PLANTS - BULBS GARDEN SUPPLIES - GIFTS i' 500 I Broadway TA 6-0628 AuIomo+ive Beauly Shop Ming Au'ro Plahng 939 Aushn SI' CApl+oI 3 486I IN MCCARVILLE CO. haf' I we .9ll.5!l.lllfl'0I1 of jaJAi0n ', . .2549 3 RESTAURANT No+ed for Hs DELICIOUS MEXICAN FOOD . . . and . . . TENDER JUICY STEAKS LONE STAR ICE DELIVERY GENERAL OFFICES 300 W Jones 30 S+ores +o Serve You CompIimen+s of KELLY - SCHERRER Flower 81 Gift Shops a 326 w. JosEPi-NNE Q euNTER HoTEL Q 204 JEFFERSON CompIlmenI's of NAYLOR REALTY Olly Properly Acreage for Subdivision MEMBERS San Anfomo Real Es+a+e Board Nahonal Assoclahon of Real Es+a+e Board RealI'or Member Mulhple Llshng Service 240 W Olmos Drive Phone TA 6 3277 .loske . . . brings the suburbs to All the advantages of a great metro- politan store combined with the con- venience of suburban shopping! Jump in your ear. . .it's a matter of minutes to drive to Joske's. Park your ear 2 hours free in Shopper's Parking . . . enjoy Ameriea's newest adventure in shopping. Everything under one roof in the greater new Joske's of Texas! llIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllrllllxlllllllllllllllllllllll lllllll fri' the heart of the eit 71.5 - ' .1 1-1-1-1.4.-fz.:-:+ ,-.-:-:-:-- .. 44 .. f,g.g.:: '4.3.3.1- -1'-:-2-7-' . W. . l:fs::1+k'.' " H' . H , -5 3 Qnnw ' fi:-gil,-wt-9 -hir, N . . . . -9:-:-'-.:. ' .12-S .' ' l :rivers-wrt' +'f'3,5.gfff" . r aff' V4 V W. as - 'JA vyg.-:.g. 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W . . . the largest Store av we Ammo, sm ANTONIO in the largest State' COMPLIMENTS WHITE STAR LAUNDRY JUDQENIS Cleaners and Launderers CANDY COMPANY Smce laqo By Supporhng Your Local Firms 530 S P cl an e ro CA 6 538' You Are Conlrlbuhng 'ro - Communuly Progress THE BARN DUOR BILL TASSOS, Owner 8406 New Braunfels W TA 6-657I wlil mas PIONEER WHITE WINGS 'fF,l"T, AIVII N Enriched Flour and Biscuil' Mix RA "1vEg5,,,E3 FoR Au. Home BAKING I I zmucnzu I 'wg-.ge PION EER F LOU R MILLS Smce I85I San Anlonio, Texas CHARLES PHARMACY Complete Drug Servlce 1 2500 N. Main Ave. PE 3-7I6I V 1 get TTV IR Best Wishes TRINITY - Graduates : I fl-ow YN Compliments of I GILLESPIE MOTOR CO. SALES SER VICE SALES SERVICE 32I Broadway at 4'II1 CA 7-I4II STORE HOURS MONDAY TI-IRU FRIDAY I' 8 A.M. Thru 7:30 P.M. SATURDAYS I 9 A.M. Thru 8 P.M. ES . B 9 I vnymkoo Exam 2126 I ' 2701 SFSIZERICKSBURG FIVE 160 5 NoGA'Z":gssA CONVENIENT 'OS s. S LOCATIONS ""5 B:Sf'L"A"Y Dn IN SAN ANTONIO UWA' ' , I fgffkibiklclcsnugc T I PUTH PR 160 ESA B N E R 8osi'l?GA"'0S 4815 bR6:1g'xARYDR II ' AY ' III ,-Wwmfa ,efentq af 7m ZPMQMQ II AMERICAN PRINTERS O FOR NEWSPAPERS O COMMERCIAL PRINTING O CIRCULARS O OFFICE SUPPLIES Ng. I-4I9kW. Myr+Ie-CA 6-I39I No. 2- IEO Villita-CA 6-4344 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS "WHERE EXPERHENQCE KCOUNSELS Vlflfolllti, SHOP 5 l48 Broadway TA 6-0890 A , o R ,1, f 1,1 THIRSTY? R o E DRINK X H f' THE BORDEN co. IT'S NON CARBONATED 875 E. Ashby Pl. PE 6-3101 BlRELEY'S I BEVERAGE CORPORATION I257 W. Josephine San Antonio's Newest Bank Grow With Your MAIN Bank 5II N. Main CA 6-I20l MEMBER F.D.I.C. HAIRCUT Compliments of PROBLEMS? GO TO FELIX BARBER SHOP O. R. MITCHELL 119 KINGS COURT Dodge ancl Plymoulh Dealer Off 3000 Block N. St. Mary's 1 You re lnvrred ' l 'Q if Compliments of . . . lo open a Frosl checking accounl NOW. Le'r 'rhis Bank become your fi- nancial "parlner" early in life, ancl al- ways work wilh you in l'he handling of your requiremenls. SAFETY ' COURTESY ' PROMPTNESS Member F.D,l.C. T MAIN AND COMMERCE Besl' Wishes for l'he Class of l956 G. W. MITCHELL GENERAL c:oNTRAcToR 2002 N. S+. Mary's S+. San Anlonio, Texas CA 7-8I27 OLMOS BARBER SHOP THE o. w. RILEY, owner NA'rloNAL BANK 'W SAN momo lzo olmos Dr. W. TA-69283 W... ..n. ' ....,...,,.,.., U..Nc .mm-,.....,N A I! The best place to buy say students of Trinity , s is HANDY-ANDY SUPERMARKEIS Pat DeVore, Carol Cooper, and Howard Slutes select 'Food 'From the newest H dy Andy store, in the Northridge center. 1 CONGRATULATIONS MIRAGE STAFF HARVEY BELGIN PHOTO - J OURNALIST AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS 5 j W IE! 4151 . .4l"Q'T AUTOGRAPHS, , I -V lm- ' ,..' '-- " 5 53" .WV , ., 2 , .34 ,M .E- U.-. I .. , v ,- -1 ,' ' . ', " ' ' ' M ',, . X Nu I grf, ' ', ' Q l fy ,w.wA04,vw+wmkww ' , , ' up 'V -1 '- " 1 1-'A' 1' ,A rl '4 :lm f 9.51 -039' V 4 -. I4 I 'V 3" rf J H ,E , 'J' -"' X' -I 4 91+ 1 ' " v if 4 'I I 4 v - X , . N, '- , - 1 r N . .4 .4 V f Y V A xr. -I V' Q fgyin-1 U' ' 1 I" . 1 L ' by k Tl I I 'N I .-r . . , -. ,?- 4 1 - .. ' ' 'u' I .. J., I . K v , ,N A 'M' " U X . AUTOGRAPHS FAREWELL The work piled up and the deadlines passed but we finally got it finished We hope you like it We have come to the end of another college year and another MIRAGE. For the staff and me it has been a lot of work but we have had fun with it too. When time has blended all your memories of this year-that first day in class, the new friends, Homecoming activities, the T.U.P. plays, the class dances, TWIRP days, The Erolic, holidays, the Coronation, Pan American Ball, Carna- tion Capers, the activity nights, school movies, the Prom, Founders' day with the beards, the Ugly Man and the Gal in Calico, Spiritual Enrichment Week, and all the club meetings and picnics-we hope that you can look back with this book as your guide to recall details and the forgotten events from the tale of your year at Tigerland. DIXIE .4 .s ll -be 'U ,:. y Ill' 4 +L In a I V 1 l 4 9 N , O F1 . U O 9 , 4- ,. . 4 Q ali ' Univ... , ., 4 1 '11,gXQ,"7 Rf x H R H 1' 1 I ' f I xx ,f X , xx. xx X . xx , n WZ' 7 ff'+T' f 5 , fffffflfwg J 9 fp , ix 51 ..5!' a 3


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