Trinity University - Mirage Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)
- Class of 1957
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To you, The sTudenTs, The 1957 MIRAGE
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DR. JAMES VVOODIN LAURIE
We salute the Class of 57 for its honors and accomplishments. You have been part of Trinity's
era of greatest expansion and your patience, cooperation and leadership have played an important
part in our grovvth and progress. Worthy traditions and valuable patterns for future achievement
have been fashioned during your stay on Trinity Hill.
The ultimate vvorth of any institution of learning rests in the qualities of mind and spirit developed
in its graduates, and the resultant benefits they bring to the social order. Beyond what you have
learned in lecture and library,vve hope something of the Christian idealism and purpose of Trinity
has become part of your life. Trinity graduates take to their tasks a quiet devotion and a confident
courage that helps make every undertaking meaningful and vvorthvvhile.
We vvelcome you to our growing body of alumni. Even as during these years at Trinity you have
laid foundations for your future and that of the university, so as the years go on your interest and
help will assist us to continue an ever enlarging service to youth.
ln a day vvhen leadership with discernment is most in demand, we commit you to the beckoning
tasks beyond your graduation and commend your good example to all vvho follow you into the halls
DR. ROBERT BOSHEN
Santa Fe, New Mexico
DR. BRED E. BROOKS
JAMES H. CALVERT
MRS. ANDREW G. COWLES
LESLIE A. DOUGLAS
J. ERNEST FENDER
board of trustees
CLINT C. SMALL
C. W. MILLER
FLOYD MCGOWN, JR.
CARL G. JOCKUSCH
ROBERT R. WITT
Second Vice Chairman
CARL F. PARKER
JAMES W. LAURIE
MRS. L. C. GRIFFITH
THE RT. REV. EVERETT H. JONES
MRS. IKE S. KAMPMANN
CHARLES S. LAMBIE
DR. JASPER MANTON
DR. KENNETH L. MAULDIN
C. E. MCCUTCHEN
E. B. MCFARLIN
THE REV. M. EWING McPHAlL
MAURICE T. MOORE
New York, New York
FRANK D. NEWTON'
O. R. MITCHELL
MRS. GEORGE PARKER
ARTHUR A. SEELIGSON
THOMAS B. SLICK
FORREST M. SMITH
VERNON F. TAYLOR
ARCH S. UNDERVVOOD
JOHN W. WATSON
Albuquerque, New Mexico
JOHN D. WHEELER
DR. T. J. WILBANKS
HORACE E. WILSON
MARIGN BRUCE THOMAS
clean of The university
Here, on The pages of THE MIRAGE, anoTher year in The life of The
universiTy is capTured in picTures and words. IT has been a good year,
and, in The years To come, we will Treasure This record and come back
To iT wiTh pleasure and exciTemenT.
To Those of us on The TaculTy, The mosT signiTicanT picTures are Those
of The sTudenTs as They are spread across These pages class by class. These
picTures bring back memories of sTudying and learning and playing To-
geTher. We hope ThaT This year has been marked by an inTellecTual and
spiriTual growTh for every sTudenT. For Thgose who are graduaTing, we
wish success and happiness in The careers ahead, and wiTh Those who
are reTurning, we look forward To even richer years in The TuTure.
cleans of student life
Dr. Mary I. Champion, Trinity's new Asso-
ciate Dean ot Student Lite, is from Grand
Rapids, Michigan. Dean Champion attended
Columbia University and Oregon State Col-
lege and has received her bachelor's, master's
and doctorate degrees. Among the honorary
organizations ot which she is a member are
Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Delta
Pi and the American Association ot University
Dean Champion, while Dean ot Women at
New Mexico State College, was also president
ot the State Dean's Association ot New Mexi-
co. Besides the iob ot Associate Dean here at
Trinity, she is also a writer. Last year, along
with a protessor from Indiana, she had an
article published in Educational Screen on the
Indexing ot Audio-Visual Materials Using the
Punch Card System.
JABE L. BOSTWICK
Dean of Student Life
MARY I. CHAMPION
Associate Dean of Student Life
Jabe L. Bostwick, a native ot Seville, Ohio,
came to Trinity in April, I955 as Dean ot Stu-
dent Lite. Dean Bostwick attended Denison
University in Granville, Ohio and received his
bacheIor's degree in geology from Wooster
College, Ohio in I927. A year atterward, he
received his master's in geography and physi-
ography from Columbia University. He has
completed a year and a halt ot study toward
his doctorate at Harvard University.
Dean Bostwick, tormer vice president ot the
National Association ot Deans and Advisors
ot Men, has had experience in the tield ot
counseling tor 27 years. His assignments have
been at the University ot Minnesota and the
University of New Mexico. He also served as
lieutenant in the U. S. Navy tor two years as
education otticer in the Navy V-I2 program
at the University ot Michigan and as com-
manding otticer ot the V-I 2 program at Whit-
man College at Walla Walla, Washington.
FELIX H. ULLRICH
Director of Summer Session
Chairman of Graduate Council
BROOKS M. VVAGGONER
Direcfor of Admissions
C. H. PEREA
BROOKS M. WAGOONER CARL F. PARKER C. H. PEREA
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ANDERSON, WILLIAM R4 SFT, if1StrUctor, B.A., Trinity. BOND, E. J., foreign languages, instructor, B.A,, George
AUTRET, JEAN, modern languages, associate professor, Uni-
versite de Rennes, France, M.A., University of Texas,
Ph.D., University of Chicago.
BARNES, MARSHALL I-l., music, instructor, Ph.D., University
BARTI-I, DORIS WILLIAMS, English, instructor, B.A., M.A.,
BEDSON, FRED, R.O.T.C. M-Sgt.
BENSON, BEN, home building, instructor, B.S., University
BOWEN, KATI-IRYN, foreign languages, associate professor,
B.A., University of Texas, M.A. Columbia University.
BUSCH, PAUL R., iournalism, assistant professor, BJ., Uni-
versity of Missouri, MS, Columbia University.
CADY, RUTI-I M., health and physical education, instructor,
B.A., M.A., Texas State College for Women.
CARNES, JESS G., history, associate professor, B.A., M.A.,
University of Illinois, Ph.D., Cornell.
CARP, FRANCES, psychology, associate professor, B.A.,
M.A., Ph.D., Stanford.
COLEMAN, WILLIAM PAUL, mathematics, instructor, B.S.,
Southwest Texas State College.
COYNE, C. W., R.O,T.C. Maior, B.B.A., Texas Tech.
CRAIG, EUGENE A., psychology, assistant professor, B.A.,
M.A., Tulsa University, Ph.D., University of Colorado.
DAVIS, MAUDE B., education, professor, B.A., Trinity, M.A.,
University of Chicago.
ERLANDSON, ROY S., business administration, associate
professor, head of department, B.A., University of Wis-
consin, M.A., George Washington University.
EVERETT, DONALD E., history, assistant professor, B.A.,
University of Florida, M.A., Ph.D., Tulane University.
FITZPATRICK, JOE W., mathematics, instructor, B.S., Bay-
lor, M.A., University of Texas.
HALL, STANLEY, health and physical education, head of
department, B.A., Maryville College, M.A., University
of Illinois, P.Ed., University of Indiana.
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HAMPTON, WILLIAM O., education, associate professor,
Ed. D., University of Mississippi.
l-IATTAN, ROY E., R.O.T.C., P.M.S.8lT.
HEIMSATH, CHARLES H., humanities, professor, head of
department, B.S., M.A., University of Texas, B.D., Yale,
D.D., Northwestern University.
HEIMSATH, STAR M., religion and philosophy, associate
professor, B.A., Bryn Mawr College, Ph.D., Yale, Diplo-
ma Della Belli Arti, University of Rome.
HENDRICKS, FRANCES, history, professor, head of depart-
ment, B.A., M.A., University of Texas, Ph.D., University
HERFF-BEZE, ALBERT, music and humanities, associate pro-
fessor, Pupil of Walter Damrosch, Rudolph von Liebich,
Frank St. Leger, Marguerite Rovertson, Harold Bauer,
Madame Maria Ascarra.
HUGHES, FRANK C., music, co-chairman of department,
BFA., M.M.E., University of Oklahoma, M.M., Ph.D.,
University of Rochester.
HUNTER, ROBERT E., government, assistant professor, B.A.,
Allegheny College, M.A., University of Wisconsin.
JOINER, VIRGINIA, foreign languages, professor, head of
department, B.A., M.A., Southwestern University, Ph.D.,
University of Texas.
KEELING, WILLIAM B., economics, associate professor,
Ph.D., University of Texas.
KITCHELL, EUNICE, economics, assistant professor, head
of department, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. University of Texas.
KRAMER, ELIZABETH M., home economics, head of de-
partment, M.A., Ohio State University.
KRATZ, WILLIAM A., biology, assistant professor, B.S.,
Trinity University, M.S., University of Denver, Ph.D.,
University of Texas.
McCULLOUGH, HENRY E., business education, assistant pro-
fessor, B.B.A,, M.B.A., North Texas State College.
MCGAVOCK, INA BETH, English, associate professor, B.A.,
M.A., Southwestern University, M.A., Vanderbilt, B.M.,
MCGAVOCK, WILLIAM C., chemistry, professor, head of
department, B.A., M.A., University of Missouri, Ph.D.,
University of California.
MCGOWN, MALCOLM G., mathematics, instructor, B.A.,
M.Ed., Trinity University.
MORRISON, MARJORIE LEE, English, associate professor,
B.A., Texas Wesleyan College, M.A., University of Wis-
NEFF, FRANK R., JR., religion and philosophy, associate
professor, B.A., Maryville College, B.Th., M.Th., Prince-
ton Theological Seminary.
PERKINS, JAMES C., religion and philosophy, instructor,
B.S., Princeton, B.D., S.T.M., Oberlin, Ph.D., Duke Univer-
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REAMER, OWEN J., English, associate professor, head of SEAY, ELOISE, business administration, assistant professor,
department, BA., M.A., University of Illinois, Ph.D.,
University of Texas.
ROBINSON, ADAH M., art, professor, head of department,
DA., University of Tulsa.
SCHRAUB, MAL C., hornebuilding, assistant professor, head
of department, MA., Texas ASM.
SCHWAB, ANN, foreign languages, assistant professor,
BA., Trinity University, M.A., St. Mary's University.
SCHWAB, PAUL J., religion and philosophy, professor,
head of department, B.A., North Central College, BD.,
Evangelical Theological Seminary, Ph.D., Yale.
SEABASE, PAUL L., physics, instructor, head of department,
BA., M.A., Ph.D., Polytechnical University Archidux
B.A., Bowling Green College, M.Ed., University of Ken-
SELMAN, SAM, music, instructor, Pupil of Oscar Seagle,
Harold Cadek, Jean Dansereau, Manfred Malkin, Helena
SEROEANT, TOM P., biology, associate professor, B.S., M.S.,
Kentucky State Teachers College.
SMITH, E. C., chemistry, professor, B.S., M.S., University
of Illinois, Ph.D., Cornell.
STUCKEY, M. A., religion and philosophy, assistant profes-
sor, B.A., Ashland College, B.D., Ashland Theological
Seminary, M.Th., Princeton Theological Seminary.
SWINNY, FRANCES, speech and drama, assistant professor,
B.S., M.Ed., University of Texas.
UHRICH, JACOB, biology, professor, head of department,
B.A., Doane College, M.A., University of Nebraska, Ph.D.,
University of Chicago.
ULLRICH, FELIX, education, professor, head of department,
B.S., University of Wisconsin, MA., Ph.D., University of
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WALTHALL, PAUL T., business administration, instructor,
M.B.A., University of Texas.
WHEELER, HOUSTON R., health and physical education,
assistant professor, B.A., Trinity, M.S., North Texas State
WILSON, JAMES I-I., English, instructor, B.A., Phillips Uni-
versity, M.A., Tulane.
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WiTh "enThusiasm" as Their by-word, The seniors neared The culmina-
Tion of Their formal educaTion. NoTably ouTsTanding Tor Their leadership
and class spiriT, This was The lasT class To go Through The inTer-class iniTia-
Tion acTiviTies. This year's seniors have wiTnessed TriniTy's developemenT
from a few scaTTered buildings To a naTionally known, award winning
campus. The mosT recenT addiTions have been The RuTh Taylor Music
Building, The home economics coTTage and The waTerTall. WiTh The com-
pleTion of The New Nlen's DormiTory by Their second year, The men
abandoned Mulberry House while The women hailed The addiTion of
The souTh wing of McFarlin. They have seen The arrival of Deans BosTwick
and Champion. This year The seniors TradiTionally opened The social sea-
son wiTh Their All-School dance. All TriniTy joins in wishing The Tigers of
'57 all success and good TorTune as They leave The skyline campus.
ADRION, HENRY Ill, San Antonio, B.A., history, Town
ALLEN, CARL, San Antonio, B.S., physical education, "T"
Association 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, basketball letter-
man 2, 3.
ANDERSON, LOIS ADELE, Monticello, Indiana, B.A., sociol-
ogy, Town Club 3.
ARMSTRONG, ELIZABETHE, San Antonio, B.A., foreign lan-
guages, Pan American Club I, Town Club I, Le Cercle
Francais, president 2.
ARNOLD, N. D., JR., San Antonio, B.S., business administra-
tion, Bengal Band 3, Tiger Band Club 3, 4, Triniteers
3, 4, Tubec 3, 4, president 4.
BELL, LOLA L., San Antonio, B.S., chemistry.
BOWARD, ROBERT JAMES, San Antonio, B. S., iournalism,
Student Court, associate chiet iustice 4, Blue Key 3, 4,
national reporter 4, Press Club I, 2, 3, 4, sergeant-at-
arms 4, Trinitonian I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 4.
BRADDOCK, THOMAS E., Coronado, California, B.S., phy-
BRADY, WILLIAM H., JR., San Antonio, Tubec 4.
BRALY, BOBBIE, Tulia, B.A., government, Student Senate
4, Alpha Chi 3, 4, Chi Beta Epsilon I, 2, Scho-Lea 4,
Student Christian Council 3, 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship
l, 2, 3, 4.
BRANUM, DALE, Ardmore, Oklahoma, B.A., English, Blue
Key 4, Church Vocations Fellowship 4, Student Christian
Council 4, Symposium I, Triniteers 2, 3, 4, Trinity Uni-
versity Players I, 2, 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship
I, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, 4, Intramural
l, 2, 4.
BRIETZKE, LEROY, San Antonio, B.S., business administra-
Stuart Scott gives his rendition ot "Night and Day"
at a Wednesday night mixer dance.
BROWN, LEIGH, San Antonio, B.S., elementary education,
McFarlin Hall Fellowship 3, Murchison Dormitory Fellow-
BULL, CHARLES H., San Antonio, B.S., business adminis-
tration, Tubec I, Distinguished Military Student 74.
CAMPBELL, JOHNNY, Center, B.S., home building, "T"
Association 2, 3, 4, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship
3, 4, president 3, football co-captain 4.
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CARMACK, JOE E., San Antonio, B.S., business administra-
tion, "T" Association 2, Tubec 2, golt 3, intramural I,
Battalion Commander, Town Club I.
CHERRY, NANCY SUE, San Antonio, B.S., iournalism, Ben-
gal Band 2, 3, 4, reporter 3, 4, Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4,
corresponding secretary 3, secretary 4, Press Club 2, 3,
4, parliamentarian 4, Tiger Band Club 2, 3, 4, reporter 3,
4, Tubec 2, Mirage 4, Trinitonian 2, 3, 4, feature editor
3, exchange editor 4, Homecoming nominee 4, Young
Democrats 3, 4, reporter 3, secretary-reporter 4.
CHOI, JONG WOO, Pusan, Korea, B.S., business admin-
istration, International Students' Club 3, 4, Kappa Pi
Sigma 4, Tubec 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 3, Murchi-
son Dormitory Fellowship 4.
COHEN, HELEN, Chicago, Illinois, B.S., education.
COYLE, ROBERT, San Antonio, B.S., biology, New Men's
Dormitory Fellowship 3.
CROESEY, GENE H., San Antonio, B.S., business adminis-
tration, Tubec 4.
DALTON, JOHANNA, San Antonio, B.S., elementary edu-
cation, Senior Judge 4, Alpha Chi 4, Delta Kappa Phi
3, Sigma Theta Tau 3, 4, Mirage business manager 3,-
Town Club 3, Dean's List I, 2, 3.
DAVIS, JOAN, San Antonio, B.S., elementary education.
DEBORAH, BARBARA JEAN, Runge, B.S., business admin-
istration, Student Senate 3, Alpha Chi 3, 4, Bengal Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Pi Sigma 3, 4, president 4, Scho-Lea
4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Theta Sigma I, 2, secretary 2, Tiger
Band Club I, 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 4, Trinity
University Players I, 2, reporter 2, McFarlin Hall Fellow-
ship I, 2, 3, 4, Drum maiorette 2, 3, 4, Homecoming
queen nominee 4, Young Democrats 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4.
DELAPLAIN, GLORIA, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, B.S., sociology.
DEUTSCH, CAROL LIENER, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, B.A.,
DUNNING, PEGGY, San Antonio, B.S., elementary educa-
tion, Chi Beta Epsilon I, 2, Spurs 3, 4, Student Christ-
ian Council 2, Student Union Board 4, chairman-assem-
bly committee, Class favorite 3, Homecoming queen
nominee 4, Town Club I, 2, Pan American Duchess 3,
Board ot VVomen's Clubs 4, Young Republicans 4.
EDENS, MARY JO, Center Point, B.S., elementary educa-
tion, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 4, house council secre-
tary 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 3.
FIELDS, ROBERT L., San Angelo, B.S., business administra-
tion, Student Court 3, Student Senate I, Bengal Lancers M 4 I 5' 5
I, Student Christian Council 4, Triniteers 4, Trinity Uni- g 2 I A 5 jj F as
versity Players 3, New Men's Dormitory' Fellowship fit' I N " S '
2, Intramural 4, Distinguished Military Student, com- g l -
mander "A" Co. 4, freshman vice president, sophomore I Q y 'X Was,
president. ii i f ' I
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FRAZIER, THOMAS D., San Antonioz B.S., Physical educa- id 4 in .y ,M . - .5
tion, "T" Association 3, 4, basketball 3, 4. s 4 ' ?-fs' ' , ,, ,, , ,,,
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Edens Fields Frazier Queen nominees, Barbara Deborah and Nancy Sue Cherry in the
public eye during the Homecoming parade.
FRICKE, RICHARD H., Manitowoc, Wisconsin, B.S., business
administration, Kappa Pi Sigma 4, Tubec I, 2, 3, 4,
bowling 3, Town Club I.
FRIZZLE, DONALD B., Springfield, Massachusetts, B.A., his-
tory, Student Council 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 4, Blue
Key 3, 4, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4,
Young Democrats 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, Who's Who
GARZA, ROBERT A., San Antonio, B.S., iournalism, Press
Club I, 2, Trinitonion I, 2, 3, Town Club I.
GAY, PAT, Corpus Christi, B.S., business administration,
Student Christian Council 3, 4, secretary 3, 4, Spurs 4,
Tubec 3, 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 3, 4, treasurer 4,
Homecoming Oueen nominee 4.
GEORGE, NICHOLAS A., New Orleans, Louisiana, B.S.,
GILLIS, JAMES O., Texarkana, B.A., biology, Student Coun-
cil 2, treasurer 2, Alpha Phi Omega I, 2, 3, 4, vice presi-
dent 2, 3, 4, national convention representative 3, Ben-
gal Lancers I, 4, vice president I, Blue Key 3, 4, presi-
dent 4, Triniteers I, 2, 3, 4, sergeant-at-arms I, New
Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, 3, 4, president 3, bowling
I, Town Club I, Honor Roll 3, Who's Who 4.
GINSBERG, ELAINE KANER, San Antonio, B.A., English,
GINSBERG, LEON, San Antonio, BA., government, Student
Council 3, speaker of the senate 3, Student Court 2,
associate chief iustice 2, Student Senate 3, speaker 3,
Triniteers 2, 3, 4, parliamentarian 3, 4, Texas lnter-col-
Iegiate Student Association 3, vice president 3, Who's
GRAFTON, MARY JANE, Texarkana, B.A., history, Chi Beta
Epsilon I, 2, Church Vocations Fellowship I, Spurs 2,
3, 4, secretary 3, Student Christian Council I, Symposium
2, 3, 4, president 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4,
GREEN, ROY M., San Antonio, B.S., business administra-
tion, basketball letterman 3.
GRIMES, CARROLL, Louisville, Kentucky, B.S., home build-
ing, Kappa Iota Chi 3, 4, New Men's Dormitory Fellow-
ship 3, basketball 3, tennis 3, Veteran's Club 4, Young
GRIMES, WILLIAM W., JR., San Antonio, B.S., business
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HAEGELIN, FRANK D., San Antonio, B.S., iournalism, Press
Club 3, bowling 3, Mirage 4, advertising manager 4,
Trinitonian 3, 4, sports editor 3, advertising manager
4, Town Club 4.
HAIR, H. RUSSELL II, San Antonio, B.S., pre-medical, Bios
Club 3, 4, Choir 4, Town Club 4.
HALEY, ALICIA MARIA, San Antonio, B.A., Spanish.
Homecoming Oueen nominee Carol Terry looks pretty for our Haegelin Hair Haley
HALL, DANA LOUISE, San Antonio, B.A., history, Pan
American Club 2.
HARORAVE, O. T., San Antonio, B.A., psychology.
HARPER, HERBERT E., JR., San Antonio, B.S., education.
HASVVELL, ARTHUR B., San Antonio, B.S., business admin-
HEATH, EARL C., San Antonio, B.S., psychology, Tubec
2, Town Club I, Veterans Club 4.
HERNANDEZ, ESTHER, Falfurrias, B.A., social group work,
Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4, guard 4, Choir 3, Pan American
Club 3, 4, secretary 4, Womens Recreation Association
HERNANDEZ, FRED R., San Antonio, B.S., business admin-
istration, Tubec 3, 4, Veterans Club 4.
HOFF, MICHAEL S., Sari Antonio, B.A., business adminis-
tration, Veterans Club 4.
HOGAN, HELEN, San Antonio, B.A., speech and drama,
Alpha Chi 3, 4, Alpha Psi Omega 4, Delta Kappa Phi
2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, 4, Scho-Lea 4, Theta Sigma 2,
Trinity University Players 2, 3, 4, vice president 2,
reporter 3, president 4, Homecoming Queen nominee
4, Town Club I.
HOLLOWAY, CECIL E., Amarillo, B.S., business adminis-
tration, "T" Association 3, 4, Tubec 4, Murchison Dor-
mitory Fellowship 2, 3, New Men's Dormitory Fellow-
ship 4, basketball 2, 3, 4, letterman 2, 3, 4.
HOMSY, SUSAN, San Pedro, California, B.A., art, Spurs
2, VVomen's Recreation Association 2, secretary-treasurer
2, Tennis 2.
HONTS, JACKIE, San Antonio, B.A., art, Spurs 3, 4, historian
4, Symposium 3, Trinity University Players 3, 4, Pan
American Club 3, 4, reporter 3, historian 4, Murchison
Dormitory Fellowship 4, Mirage 3, Student Union Board
3, 4, publicity chairman 4, Homecoming Oueen nominee
4, Town Club 3, Young Republicans 3, secretary 3.
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HOWELL, THOMAS E., San Antonio, B.S., physical educa-
tion, "T" Association 2, 3, 4, football I, 2, 3, 4, letter-
man 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Officer 4.
HURST, MRS. A. M., Comfort, B.S., psychology, McFarlin
Hall Fellowship 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 3,
HUTCHINSON, VAL, San Antonio, B.S., chemistry.
Howell Hurst Hutchinson Frank Haegelin and Mike O'Neill watch Bob Garza read the "ho
news" in the Trinitoniari.
INMAN, JAMES G., Hamilton, Ohio, B.S., psychology,
Triniteers I, Sergeant-at-arms I, bowling I.
ISAKARI, HAROLD, Fukuoka, Japan, B.S., physics, Inter-
national Students' Club 4, vice president 4.
JAGEMAN, GEORGE W., San Antonio, B.S., mathematics,
Student Council 4, treasurer 4, Student Senate 2, Blue
Key 3, 4, Student Christian Council I, 2, treasurer 2,
"T" Association I, 2, 3, 4, Triniteers 2, 3, 4, treasurer
3, Murchison Dormitory Fellowship I, 2, vice president
2, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4, football I, 2,
3, 4, letterman I, 2, 3, 4, track 3, 4, Distinguished Mili-
tary Student 4, Coronation Royalty Duke 3, 4, Who's
JONES, JACK CHARLES, San Antonio, B.A., mathematics.
JOYCE, JOHN WILEY, San Antonio, B.S., business admin-
istration, Tubec 2, 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, Distinguished
Military Student 4, Town Club 2, 3, 4, Drill Team I, 2,
KASTOR, CHARLES T., San Antonio, B.S., business adminis-
tration, Bengal Band 4, president 4, Tiger Band Club
I, 2, 3, 4, bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Council I, 2,
Senior Class treasurer 4, Town Club I, 2, 3, 4, treasurer
KEITHLY, RoeER THOMAS, iviiavaie, idaho, Bs., business
administration, Tubec 4, Veteran's Club 4.
KENNINGTON, SUE, Corpus Christi, B.A., government, Chi
Beta Epsilon I, 2, Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, vice president
4, Scho-Lea 4, president 4, Town Club I, Young Demo-
crats 3, 4, vice president 4.
KING, SYDNEY, San Antonio, B.S., business administration,
KINSEY, NELDA, Sweetwater, B.A., government, Student
senate 2, Spurs 3, 4, alumni secretary 3, treasurer 4,
McFarlin Hall Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, president 4, sopho-
more class secretary 2.
KIRBY, MARY, El Paso, B.A., art, Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4,
McFarlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3, 4.
KLINE, CLAUDETTE, San Antonio, B.S., business administra-
tion, Tubec 4, secretary 4.
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A group of seniors took time out on the all school trip to Texas
A8iI to see the sights in Reynosa, Mexico.
KNOX, SAMMY, Texas City, B.S., home building, Kappa
Iota chi 2, 3, "T" Association 3, president 3, football
I, 2, 3, 4, letterman 2, 3, 4, tennis 2, 3.
KOENIG, CHARLES, JR., San Antonio, B.S., business admin- i
istration, Tubec 3, 4, Town Club 3. I
KOWNSLAR, ALLAN OWEN, Athens, B.A., history, Student l
Council 4, speaker of the senate 4, Student Senate
3, Alpha Phi Omega I, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, Bengal I
Band I, Bengal Lancers 4, treasurer I, Blue Key 3, 4, I
corresponding secretary 4, Church Vocations Fellow- i
ship I, 2, Student Christian Council I, Tiger Band Club I
I, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Young
Democrats 3, 4, president 3, Who's Who 4.
Knox Koenig Kownslar I
LAAS, DOROTHY, Plainview, B.S., elementary education,
Alpha Chi 4, Chi Beta Epsilon I, 2, Church Vocations
Fellowship I, 2, 3, Choir I, Scho-Lea I, Spurs 3, 4,
secretary 4, Student Christian Council I, 2, 3, 4, presi-
dent 3, 4, Alpha Lambda Delta 2, McFarlin Hall Fellow-
ship I, 2, 3, 4, House Council 2, 3, Board of Publica-
tions 3, secretary 3, Coronation Royalty Queen 4,
Homecoming Princess 4, Who's Who 4.
LARSON, LORA LEE, LaGrange, Indiana, B.A., elementary
LONGORIA, VIRGINIA ANNE, Brownsville, B.S., elemen-
tary education, Spurs 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship I, 4,
Murchison Dormitory Fellowship 3, secretary-treasurer 3,
MCCLOSKEY, JAMES A., JR., San Antonio, B.S., chemistry,
Alpha Chi 4, Triniteers I, 2, 3, 4, parliamentarian 2,
social chairman 3, Senior Class vice president, Town
Club I, 2, Rifle Team I, American Chemical Society
I, 2, 3, 4, president 2, 3.
MCELHANY, GEORGE E., McDonald, Pennsylvania, B.S.,
McKEE, WAYNE W., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, B.S., health
and physical education.
MEISSNER, HOWARD WAYNE, Bartlett, B.S., physical edu-
cation, "T" Association 4, Murchison Dormitory Fellow-
ship 3, 4, football 3, 4.
MICHALK, ODIS, Kingsville, B.S., physical education, "T"
Association 4, football 4, All Gulfcoast Conference Team
MICKEY, CHARLES D., Waldo, Florida, B.S., biology, Bios
Club 3, 4.
MILLER, FAUN, Beeville, B.A., government, Delta Kappa
Phi 3, 4, president 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship I, tennis
I, Coronation Royalty 4, Homecoming Princess 4.
MINNIS, BILL, San Antonio, B.S., physical education.
MONTGOMERY, MARILYN, San Antonio, B.S., mathematics,
Alpha Chi 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 4, Scho-Lea 4,
Spurs 2, 3, 4, Alpha Lambda Delta I, 2, treasurer I,
Women's Recreation Association 2, 3, 4, president 3-
McFarlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3, varsity tennis team I
2, 3, 4.
MOODY, ANNA MARY, San Antonio, B.S., business edmin-
istration, Chi Beta Epsilon 2, Kappa Pi Sigma 4, Spurs
z2, 3, 4, Tubec 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship 2, 3.
NANCE, BETTY L., San Antonio, B.A., English, Alpha Chi
3, 4, Alpha Lambda Delta I, 2.
NATKIN, BERNARD B., San Antonio, B.S., pre-medical,
biology, Bios Club 4, Blue Key 4, I956 Beard Contest
Moody Nance Natkin "This is really service" says Dale Branum as Dean Bostwick serves
him to collect money for the United Fund Drive.
NUTTER, CLIFFORD BURTON, Big Lake, B.A., history. PAZDRAL, SUE, Houston, B.S., elementary education, Chi
Beta Epsilon l, 2, Choir l, Spurs 2, 3, 4, McFarlin Hall
OLIVER, MARY, San Antonio, B.S., elementary education, Fellowshlp l' 2' 3' 45 Studem Umon B'?a'd Al Jumor
Class treasurer, Homecoming Queen nominee 4.
O'NElLL, MICHAEL B., san Anianio, Bs., ioiimaiism, stu- PEPGRASS' BENJAMN MARK' San A"'O'l'O' 5'5" accom'
dent Court 3, 4, junior ludge 3, senior iudge 4, Choir mgbusmessl TU ec l'
22 Press Club 2. 3. 4. vice president 2, president 3, PORTER, BILL, san Antonia, Bs., business administration,
Triniteers 2, 3, 4, reporter 3, Mirage 2, art editor 2, Tubec 2, 3, 4,
Trinitonian 2, 3, music editor 2, Town Club 3, 4.
READ, PATRICIA NELL, Dallas, B.A., mathematics, Chi
Beta Epsilon 1, 2, Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4, reporter 3,
PAGE, GEORGE A., Speculator, New York, B.S., home Mcliarlin l-lall Fellgwghlprll 2, 314.
building, Town Club 3, 4.
ROBB, DONALD M., St. Louis, Missouri, B.A., history, New
Men's Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4, basketball 3, Intra-
PAGE, JoANN, Houston, B.S., business administration, Stu- mural Council 3, Young Republicans 3, 4.
dent Court 4, Chi Beta Epsilon l, 2, Spurs 3, 4, custo- ,
dian 3, Tubec 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4, McFarlin Hall Fellow- ROBERTS' WALTER' Ma'laf,B'A" lnsloryf Bengal Band l'
ship l, 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Sweetheart l, Homecoming sgIIlZl5VihljSY23134143lLCJ'Egler5el5gi:'VCh3aFilfnhaunrcgVSOCFSZQIS
Prmcess 4' honorary membe' of Veteran S Club 4' dent 4, Student Christian Council 4, treasurer 4, Sym-
posium 3, 4, vice president 4, New Men's Dormitory
PARSONS, JOAN, Corpus Christi, B.S., elementary educa- Fellowship 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 3, Junior Class
tion, Chi Beta Epsilon l, 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4. vice president.
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ROBICHAUX, MILTON, Taft, Louisiana, B.S., physical edu-
cation, "T" Association 3, 4, basketball 2, 3, football let-
terman 2, 3, 4, Little All-American Football Team 4.
ROSS, FRANCES P., San Antonio, B.A., lournalism, Press
Club 2, Trinitonian, 2.
ROSSBACH, MYRNA, Mexico City, Mexico, B.A., French,
International Relations Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4,
historian 3, Tubec l, 2, 3, 4, vice president 2, 4, McFar-
lin Hall Fellowship l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Duchess 3.
Robichaux Ross ROSSb8Cl'I
RUBIN, MARLENE G., Chicago, Illinois, B.A., elementary
SANDERS, MARGARET, San Antonio, B.A., elementary edu-
cation, Alpha Chi 3, 4, treasurer 4, Chi Beta Epsilon
I, 2, president 2, Scho-Lea 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, president
4, Alpha Lambda Delta I, 2, Student Union Board 3,
Coronation Royalty 2, Homecoming Queen nominee 4,
Town Club I, 2, 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Who's Who 4.
SAVAGE, JACK M., Sanderson, B.S., business administra-
tion, Student Senate, speaker pro-tem 4, Bengal Band
I, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, Bengal Lancers I, Blue Key 4,
Kappa Iota Chi 3, 4, Tiger Band Club I, 2, 3, 4, Trini-
teers I, 2, 3, 4, vice president 2, president 4, Tubec 2,
Murchison Dormitory Fellowship I, New Men's Dormi-
tory Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Senior Class president, Young
Democrats 4, Who's Who 4.
SAWYER, ROY, Itasca, B.S., physical education, New Men's
Dormitory Fellowship 2, football 2.
SCHAEFER, WILBERT CSONNYJ, San Antonio, B.A., social
sciences, Alpha Phi Omega I, 2, 3, 4, vice president 2,
3, president 4, Bengal Lancers I, 2, 3, 4, Blue Key 3, 4,
Church Vocations Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, Student Christ-
ian Council I, 2, 3, Triniteers I, 2, 3, 4, Trinity Univer-
sity Players I, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, Dis-
tinguished Military Student 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Fresh-
man Class president, Coronation Royalty I, 3, 4, Town
Club I, 2, 3, Who's Who 4.
SCHELLHASE, RUBY, San Antonio, B.S., elementary edu-
SCHUETZE, RAYMOND A., JR., San Antonio, B.S., business
administration, Bengal Band I, 2, Tiger Band Club I, 2,
Triniteers 3, 4, Tubec I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, Town
Club I, 2, 3, 4.
SCOTT, STUART R., Albuquerque, New Mexico, B.A., Christ-
ian education, Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Church Vocations
Fellowship 3, Student Christian Council 3, 4, New Men's
Dormitory Fellowship 3, 4.
SHELEY, CAROLYN, San Antonio, B.S., elementary educa-
tion, Spurs 3, 4.
SMETZER, GERALD D., Cleveland, Ohio, B.S., mathematics.
SMITH, NANCY LOU, San Antonio, B.S., chemistry.
SMITH, RILEY KING, Corpus Christi, B.S., business admin-
istration, Blue Key 3, 4, vice president 4, Kappa Pi
Sigma 4, Triniteers 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, vice president
4, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Mirage art
editor 3, 4.
SOLIS, JUAN F., Laredo, B.A., history, Pan American Club
SPILLERS, ROGER R., San Antonio, B.S., home building,
Bengal Band I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Iota Chi I, 2, 3, 4, vice
president 3, Tiger Band Club I, 2, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team
STANTON, RUTH, San Antonio, B.S., psychology.
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arch of batons during the Homecoming game halt time.
Sue Pazdral serves refreshments at the annual
SUTKIN, EDDIE, San Antonio, B.S., chemistry, Bios Club
TATSCH, ROGER ELWOOD, San Antonio, B.S., physical edu-
cation, basketball 3.
TERRY, CAROL ANN, San Antonio, B.S., elementary edu-
cation, Chi Beta Epsilon T, 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, vice presi-
dent 4, Trinity University Players l, 2, secretary 2,
NlcFarlin Hall Fellowship l.
TEYKL, CHARLES H., Needville, B.A., social science, Stu-
dent Council 4, Student Union Director 4, Student Sen-
ate 2, 3, Bengal Lancers l, Blue Key 2, 3, 4, Church
Vocations Fellowship l, 2, 3, 4, vice president 2, New
Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, vice president 2, Fresh-
man Class favorite, Junior Class favorite, Junior Class
president, Young Democrats 3, 4, Who's Who.
THALLMAN, OERALDINE COMBS, Bandera, B.A., elemen-
tary education, Symposium 3.
THOMPSON, WARREN H., San Antonio, B.A., English.
TORRES, CARLOS, San Antonio, B.S., business adminis-
TOWNSEND, ROYCE, Tyler, BS., physical education, "T"
Association l, 2, 3, president 4, football l, 2, 3.
TRIGO, ROEL, McAllen, B.S., business administration, Ben-
gal Lancers l, 4, Choir l, Triniteers l, 2, 3, 4, Trinity
University Players 2, 3, Pan American Club l, 2, 3, 4,
president 4, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Council l, Mirage Club editor 3, Cheerleader
TUTON, FRED L., Carlsbad, New Mexico, B.S., psychology,
Bengal Lancers l.
VALLES, ARTURO, San Antonio, B.S., mathematics, Pan
American Club l, 2, 3, 4, New Men's Dormitory Fellow-
ship l, 2, 3, 4.
WADDILL, MARY LANELLE, Jacksonville, B.A., christian
education, Student Council 3, 4, secretary 3, 4, Student
Senate 2, clerk 2, Chi Beta Epsilon T, 2, Church Voca-
tions Fellowship l, 2, 3, 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Student Christ-
ian Council l, 2, 3, 4, Coronation Royalty 3, Frolic of
Hearts 2, Homecoming Princess 4.
WALL, O. R.
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WALLER, CLIFFORD SCOTT, San Antonio, BA., humanities, WILBANKS, TOM, Texarkana, B.A., social science, Student
Symposium 3, 4, Triniteers I, 2, 3, 4, social chairman
2, 3, treasurer 4, Calendar Committee 4.
WARREN, ANNE, San Antonio, B.S., elementary education,
Chi Beta Epsilon 2, Spurs 2, 3.
WATSON, JERRY, Kilgore, B.S., chemistry, "A" Association
3, secretary 3, Triniteers 3, president 3, football 4.
WEST, K. DARRELL, San Antonio, B.S., journalism, Press
Club I, 2, 3, 4, "T" Association 4, basketball manager 3,
Mirage 3, basketball editor 3, Trinitonion I, 2, 4,
R.O.T.C. editor I, sports editor 4, Distinguished Military
Student 4, Intramural Council 4.
WHITE, JEAN, Sinton: B.A., art, Choir T, Delta Kappa Phi
2, 3, 4, McFarlin Hall Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4.
WICHER, CARROLL, Ramstien Air Force Base, Germany,
B.A., christian education, Choir 3, 4, Church Vocations
Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, treasurer I, Upper Room Chair-
man 2, secretary 3, Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, secretary
2, parliamentarian 3, chaplain 4, Scho-Lea 4, secretary
4, Student Christian Council I, Alpha Lambda Delta I, 2,
McFarlin Hall Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4.
class of 5 I I
Senate 4, Bengal Lancers I, 4, treasurer I, parliamen-
tarian 4, Church Vocations Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, treas-
urer 3, New Men's Dormitory Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Mirage
R.O.T.C. co-editor 4, Calendar Committee chairman 3,
Student Union Board 4, Sophomore Class vice president,
Who's Who 4.
WILEY, ROBERT C., Aurora, Missouri, B.S,, elementary edu-
WOODARD, BRUCE R., San Antonio, B.S., business admin-
istration, Kappa Pi Sigma 4, Tubec 4, vice president 4,
Veteran's Club 4.
WYCOFF, RITA, Tulsa, Oklahoma, B.A., christian education,
Chi Beta Epsilon I, 2, Choir I, 3, secretary-treasurer I,
Church Vocations Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, upper room
chairman 2, 3, vice president 4, Scho-Lea vice president
4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, custodian 4, Symposium 4, Alpha
Lambda Delta I, 2, vice president 2, McFarlin Hall Fel-
lowship I, 2, 3, 4, reporter 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Senior
Class Secretary, Homecoming Queen 4, Who's Who 4.
Princess Faun Miller waits for the parade to start.
Barbara Deborah and Lanelle Waddill go on their Abba Dabba
iunior class favorites
betty davis warner fassnidge
iunior class officers
JACK CRAWFORD ,f
Lee Adcock, Jack Crawford, Betty Davis, Warner Fassnidge
With graduation now in sight, the class of T958 took an active part
in campus activities. The social calendar was highlighted this year by the
iunior-sponsored "Autumn Antics" dance and the Junior-Senior Prom.
So that the faculty might also attend these and other functions, baby-
sitters were provided by the class. Important, of course, was the money
which financed these events. The problem was solved by the sale of
Homecoming buttons and the staging of a paper drive.
CATHRYN LEE ADCOCK College Station LAWRENCE C. BAUGHMAM Sebastapol, California
BILL ALEXANDER San Antonio O. R. BAUMGARTNER San Antonio
CLAUDE D. ANDERSON San Antonio ANTHONY G. BONFORTE Colorado Springs, Colorado
PHYLLIS "BABE" BAGGISH Hartford, Connecticut KADERLI C. BOSTICK San Antonio
PATSY BAIN St. Louis, Missouri HELEN BREMER Childress
HENRY J, BANKS Winter Park, Florida FRED RICHARD BROCKWELL Del Rio
ROBERT BROCKWELL Del Rio LARRY CANNON San Antonio
PATRICIA ANN BROWN
CURTIS L. BRUNER
Florence Boston tells us she is moving to the
Sunny Side of the Street" at the Autumn Antics
BILL MAC CHAMBERS Roswell,
HE KYUNG CHOI
ROBERT D. CRICK
BETTY LOU CURD
ALICE JANE CZAROWITZ
Schenectady, New York
PATRICIA ANN DEVORE
JOHN H. DUBOSE
EDWIN WAYNE DYE
PAUL EPHRAIM, JR.
JOSEPH FERRY San Antonio
CLYDE FINCH Charlotte
RALPH W. FINCH San Antonio
STEPHANIE FREEMAN San Francisco, California
Juniors Lee Adcock and Kay Matteson greet guests
at Spurs' Tea.
JIMMY W. FRIEDERSDORFF
H. V. GARCIA
ALLEN H. GIBBS
FRANCIS M. HARDING
WILLIAM E. HARPER
THOMAS HENSLEE Augfin JAMES C. H. HOGE San Antonio
CARL F, HICKS San Anfonio HIROMI IKENAGA San Antonio
BONNIE M, HIRSCH San Anmnio .IACQUELINE F. JACKSON San Antonio
JOAN HODGE San Antonio KAY JOSH Houston
Hmmmm! This is fun! Says Mikey Stoner as she
Siziances with Rudi Saenger.
LINDA JUNKIN Texarkana Arkansas CHARLES MANSFIELD
SANDRA JUVENAL Albuquerque New Mexico ROBERT EUGENE MARTIN
FELIX CLYDE KNEUPER New Braunfels KAY MATTESON
PAULINE K LANCASTER Aze DAN MCCARTY
STEPHEN LEE Seoul Korea TOMMY L MCDONALD
RAYMOND MANCHESTER Jena Louisiana DOROTHY MEYER
DAVID D MICHIE San Antonio CHARLES MONTEMAYOR Dallas
JEAN MILAM San Antonio PAT MURRAY San Antonio
HENRY MILLS III Del Rio RICHARDC NEELY Waco
WALTER E MOFFITT San Antonio EDGAR V NEVELS San Antonio
"What kind of paper is that you are using for
your Homecoming float, Juniors?
Rodriguez, J. A.
Rodriguez, J. C.
RODRIGO V. NINO
BEVERLY L. NOBLE
RICHARD J. ORTH
JIM R. PORTER
Del Rio CHARLES REED
San Antonio JOE REILLY Tomkins
Lebanon, Pennsylvania HOMER REYES
Silver City, New Mexico ELLA MAE ROBERTSON
San Antonio JOE A. RODRIGUEZ
Tampa, Florida JOHN C. RODRIGUEZ
Cove, New York
MARY ANN RUTH
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Seguin CARL R. RUTHERFORD, JR.
San Antonio RALPH SCHLUETER
San Antonio ROBERT SCHMIDT
Houston WALTER SCHMIDT
On the trip to Mississippi State, Allan, Walter,
and Don became "The Tavern Kids."
BECKY J. SCHWEERS
MILLIE GRACE SIMPSON
k, New York
EDNA LOU SMITH
HARVEY WELTON SNYDER II Fort Sam Houston
MIKEY STONER Victoria
SAN TANNER Forney
PAUL E. TAYLOR San Antonio
PATSY THOMSON Eagle Pass
WAYNE E. ULRICH Houston BETTY WANIER San Antonio
CARRA UPSON San Antonio W. L. WHITFIELD San Antonio
TONY VALEK Ennis DEWEY WILSON San Antonio
KENNETH WALKER Uvalde W. F. WOOLDRIDGE San Antonio
g from "Othello."
Jack Corrigan and Helen Hogan rehearse a scene
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mary carroll smifiy minarik
sophomore class officers
KAY BAR N ES
Kay Barnes, Don Kiddy, Larry Street, Charm Miller
The sophomores found that included in their new role as upperclass-
men came the duty of guiding the freshmen toward their designated
places in the University society. Through participation in campus activ-
ities, this class won the admiration of the entire student Ioody. By repeat-
ing the unique but successful "Hobo Day" of last year, enough money
was earned to treat the students to a Christmas dance which proved to be
a noteworthy addition to the University social life. A second "Hobo Day"
in the spring supported a freshman-sophomore picnic. The sophomore's
"Marrying Booth" at the Spur Carnival seemed to be as popular as mis-
tletoe and the coeds saw to its success.
Baker, J. L.
ADAMS, MARGARET Gatesville BELLOS, DOROTHY ANN
AGEE, JANICE San Antonio BENSON, JOHN G.
ALDRIDGE, GEORGE Mathis BENTON, HELEN
ANDERSON, HARRY East Bernard BLAYLOCK, BETTE JO
AVILA, ROSEMARY Port Arthur BODNER, JOANIE Oil City
BAKER, JONNA LEE San Antonio BOLTE, GORDON
BAKER, JUDY Comstock BOOTHE, JOE R.
BALDWIN, TERRY Ponca City, Oklahoma BRADFORD, ELIZABETH
BARNES, KAY Abilene BRADLEY, JAMES
BREEDING, JANICE Encinal BUTTS, VIRGINIA Beeville
BROWN, BERNARD San Antonio CARROLL, MARY EI Dorado
BRUCKS, ARLIE G. Hondo CARTER, WAYNE San Antonio
Are you busy tonight? ask Elaine Colombe and Sylvia Robertson of
their Homecoming parade escort.
CORMAN, JO CAROLYN
CRAIG, GEORGE R.
DAWS, NEL RAY Throckmorton
DOMINGUEZ, GILBERT H.
ERICKSON, STAN Alameda, California
ESCUTIA, ROSE MARIE
EWARD, HARRY J.
EZZELL, BILL San Antonio FLOYD, GUY San Anlonio
FAVER, NANCY San Angelo FRANKE, KATHERINE Uvalde
FINK, JUDY San Antonio GAINES, MARY Corpus Christi
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Dean Champion plays waitress for a day To help The United Fund Drive
GERARDO, SUSIE San Antonio GRAHAM, EMILY JANE Waxahachie
GIDEON, WESLEY Houston GRIGSBY, SARAH PAT Sanderson
GILBERT, JAMES L. North Little Rock, Arkansas HARDCASTLE, WAYNE San Antonio
GILLIAM, MARCO San Antonio HARGROVE, DON Midland
GILLILAND, TOM San Antonio HAYES, HUGH San Antonio
GOMEZ, SALVADOR San Antonio HOLMES, PATRICIA ANN Comfort
GORDON, MARY LYNN Fort Worth HOUGHTON, SONYA Del Rio
GONZALES, LEONIDES Muzquiz, Coahuila, Mexico HOWARD, EARL Manchester
GOODWIN, BARBARA Dallas JOHNS, FRANK H. Athens
KIDDY, DONALD Artesia, New Mexico LIECK, NANCY San Antonio
KRAZEL, FRANCES JANE Phoenix, Arizona LINDEMANN, KATHLEEN Gonzales
LAMMONS, JAY LEE San Antonio LINSEY, GAINOR J. Dallas
Soooo sleepy . . . Darillyn Posey catches a few
winks on the All School Trip to McAllen.
McCARTHY, MARY JO
Ft. Riley, Kansas
Artesia, New Mexico
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MCCLUNEY, MARILYN Fort Worth
McDOWELL, KATHY San Antonio
McGALL, ELVA P. San Antonio
MILLER, CHARM Beeville
MILLER, KAY Katy
MILLER, THERESA San Antonio
MIKESKA, KAY Eden
MINARIK, SMITTY Tucson, Arizona
MOORE, ALFRED M. San Antonio
NEHRING, TED, JR. Waco
NELSON, SONNY Lamesa
It's a cold night but Darillyn Posey and Gerald Wolf show lots of tire
at the Homecoming bonfire.
NOSER, BETTE JO
NLJTT, LAWRENCE R.
PARKER, NIONTY R.
PATTERSON, ALBERT S., JR
South Harttord, New York
POWER, JAMES L.
PURDY, CAROL JEAN
West Hartford, Connecticut
Chester, New York
PEGG, NIARLENE San Antonio RILEY, PEGGY J. Laredo
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ROBERTSON, JONELLA Del Rio RUTH, BEVERLY Beeville
ROBERTSON, SYLVIA Gonzales SAENGER, RUDI F. San Antonio
RONIINE, ROBERT T, San Antonio SCARBER, CLIFFORD Jacksboro
SCHICK, WILLIAM H. San Antonio SUTER, WILLIAM KENT Millersburg, Kentucky
SCOTT, JOHN Waco SWEET, JOHN E. Waddington, New York
SHEPHERD, KATHLEEN ANN Coleman TATE, CLAUDELLE Freer
SHOCKEY, CAROLYN El Reno, Oklahoma TAUSCH, RUSSELL New Orleans, Louisiana
SHORT, SARAH Gonzales TEAGUE, PATSY Brownfield
SHUTE, JOHN Albuquerque, New Mexico TUMLINSON, HOMER LEE San Antonio
SIGLE, HERBERT Freer TURNER, KEITH San Augustine
SMITH, CLIFFORD Diboll TURNER, ROBERTA San Antonio
STREET, LARRY Abilene VAUGHN, LAURA Lutkin
WALLACE, ETHELEEN Henderson
WEBER, BEVERLY Harlingen
WELLS, ROBERT Kerrville
WORRELL, TOMMY North Little Rock, Arkansas
ZOLLNER, BEN H.
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ray buchanan io claire welch
freshman class officers
Peggy Aiken, Ernie Valdes, Ray Buchanan, Fred Rigby
The school year was properly opened with The iniTiaTion of The young
Tigers To The TriniTy family. As The new class learned, college life is order-
ly and exacTing despiTe The confusion of regisTraTion. The TradiTional Tresh-
man spiriT was quickly displayed vviTh enThusiasTic campaigning for class
officers and The sTaging of an excellenT TalenT show emceed loy Skippy
Hopkins. OuTsTanding among The freshman conTribuTions during The year
were Their Homecoming TloaT and Their All-School Dance. VViTh a bursT
of energy ThaT was To lasT The year long, The class of T960 became perma-
nenT members of The UniversiTy.
ADAMS, LINDA Paris, Tennessee BAKKE, JOHN E. Macon, Mississippi
ADAMS, PATRICIA San Antonio BARNEY, CAROLE San Antonio
AIKEN, PEGGY Farmington, New Mexico BARBER, LENA GAIL Carlsbad, New Mexico
ANDERSON, EVERETT East Bernard BAXTER, RODNEY Williamsport, Pennsylvania
ANDERSON, PAMELA Kerens BENNETT, BUZZ Dallas
ARDEN, JOI-IN P. Waxaliacbie BERNAL, CARLOS Yoalcum
ARLEDGE, JON PAUL Houston BIKLEN, BARRY Dallas
ARTZ, GARY San Antonio BOGART, JEANIE New Orleans, Louisiana
BAKER, DAVID Barker BOVVLES, BEVERLY Tampico, Mexico
freshmen . . .
BRACK, ERLENE ANN San Antonio BRYANT, FRAN Mercedes
BRANUM, J. M. San Antonio BUCHANAN, RAY Lampasas
BROWN, JOEL, JR. San Antonio BUSCI-I, NORMA J San Antonio
BROVVN, TOM EI Paso CALVERT, CHARLES EDGAR Mesquite
Fred Rigby is Icept busy playing tlte piano for
CARPENTER, RICHARD KEN
CHESNUTT, ROBERT P.
CLIFT, MARY JANE
CONRAD, JAY DEE
COPELAN D, WILLIAM F,
CRLJZAEDO, FRANCISCO, JR.
CLJNNINOHAM, ROBERT E.
. . . class of '60
Nancy Hardy taps through her number for the
Freshman Talent Show.
GIBBONS, MARY GENE
GILL, ROSE MARIE
GOHLKE, DOROTHY J
GREEN, JOSEPH, JR.
San Antonio HALL, T. DARBY Albuquerque, New Mexico
San Antonio HARDY, NANCY Longview
Monterrey, Mexico HARKINS, SIDNEY Sanderson
Rochester, New York HARNDEN, INDA Skidmore
San Antonio HELLER, JOE VV. San Pedro, Sula, Honduras
San Angelo HERMANN, BEVERLY ANN Gonzales
HERRINGTON, JlM Abilene l-lOGE, ELMER C. San Antonio
HILGER, ANN San Antonio HOLLORAN, DUANE Tucson, Arizona
HlLL, DOROTHY Redlands, California HOLTZ, BILL Kansas City, Missouri
HINZE, SANDY San Antonio HOPKINS, SKIPPY San Antonio
Bobbie Clwesnutt snows students bow they look
at the rnontbly TO cent rnovies.
HOWARD, MIKE San Antonio JONES, BOBBY Amarillo
HOWELL, G. MIKE San Antonio JONES, CONNIE Uvalcle
HUFFMAN, GEORGIA Terrell JORDAN, SARA Maracaibo, Venezuela
HULAN, JOYCE Kerens JUNKIN, JOAN Texarkana, Arkansas
INGRUM, GAY San Antonio KERSHAW, JACQUELINE Premont
INNIS, MARTHA Corpus Christi KIEKE, WAYNE Lockhart
JAMESON, BETTY Houston KIM, YOUNG JUN Seoul, Korea
JANKO, MYRNA S630 ANTONIO KIMES, HAROLD GENE Kerens
JOHNSON, GERTRUDE San Antonio KINNEY, TOMMY Victoria
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KOUTSARE, MARY GEORGIA
"l see you" says Warren George as he does a
comic scene for the Freshman Talent Show
Detroit Michigan MELLIFF NORANN San Antonio
LINCOLN, MARY ANNE Dhahran, Saudi Arabia MENCHACA GABRIEL San Antonio
Brownwood MILLER MARY ELIZABETH Rocksprings
LOVVNDES, CORNELIA Santa Fe, New Mexico MOORE JOHN Deport
MAY, MARY JONELL
Jena Louisiana MORGAN HELEN San Marino California
San Antonio MORGENSTERN BOBBIE San Antonio
San Antonio MORROVV DOSSIE Quanan
Jacksonville MOSES JIMMY San Antonio
San Antonio NIELSEN JUDITH Albuquerque New Mexico
San Antonio NORRIS NANCY Falturrias
NEWTON, SUSIE JANE Hammond Louisiana N TON J B JR San Antonio
NEFF, MARY M.
NICHOLS, BARBARA JUNE
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monologue at the Freshman Talent Show.
San Antonio OEFINGER NORMA Elmendorf
O'DELL, DOUG Brownfield PORTER, FLOYD Lawton, Oklahoma
PAINTER, SALLY Corpus Christi PRICE, MICHAEL Pampa
PALL, PAT San Antonio PUTNAM, BERNARD Oil City, Pennsylvania
PARKS, RUTHIE Houston RAMIREZ, DIANA Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
PENFOLD, SUE San Antonio RANGE, MAC Mesquite
PERKINS, NANCY Fort Worth READ, MARILYNN Dallas
PETERSON, DIANNE Altadena, California REESEY, LYNN Cincinnati, Ohio
PLOYHAR, BILL lVlCCamey RIGBY, FREDDY AliCe
POLLARD, JANICE Erie, Pennsylvania RITCHESON, CHARLOTTE San Antonio
ROGERS, LANNI San
SCHUMANN, PATSY San Antonio
SCHUSTEREIT, BETTY Victoria
SECHRIST, NANCY Corpus Christi
SEPULVEDA, JUAN DE DIOS Monterrey, Mexico
SMITH, DIAN San Antonio
STAKES, PERRY San Antonio THOMPSON, MARSHA San Antonio
STANLEY, IMOGENE Corpus Christi TRADER, BETTY San Antonio
STEFFA, DON Mesquite TRAEGER, NANCY Gonzales
STILWELL, ROXANN Rochester, New York VALDEZ, ERNESTO El Paso
STOLL, JAMES Erie, Pennsylvania VARELAS, JEANNE San Antonio
STONE, SHELBY Paris VAUOHAN, MARGARET El Paso
STROMBERG, JON Ardmore, Oklahoma WALLACE, DEBBIE Erie, Pennsylvania
TAYLOR, MARTHA Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania WEBB, SHEILAH San Antonio
TERRELL, PAT Temple WEDEMAN, DOROTHY San Antonio
WELCH, JO CLAIRE Breckenridge WILBANKS, TOM Canyon
WELLS, SOLOMON San Antonio WlLLlAMS, JODINE Huntington, Indiana
WHIGHAM, BOB McAllen WILLMANN, ANN San Antonio
WHITEHEAD, BO DELL Del Rio WILSON, BETTY JANE Jacksonville
WHITWORTH, GlNGER Rocksprings WOLFSDORF, MARILYN Yoakum
WIEBOLDT, WERNER Sabinal ZULAUF, JOAN San Antonio
MUSA A. MAIZAR
HECTOR R. CLARK SARA JANE POE
San Antonio San Anlonio
ROBERTO ESCAIWLLA RONALD POZE
Monterrey, Mexico Los Angeles, California
SARRATT T. HAMES MUNIR SALTI
San Antonio Jerusalem, Palestine
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r. 0.51. staffers
Trinity University's R.O.T.C. unit vvas activated on
June 2, 1952 and vvas one of 19 colleges from among
700 applicants to receive a nevv type "Branch General
Course" designation. The corps' first professor of mili-
tary science and tactics, or PlV1S8iT,vvas Lt. Col. James
D. Williams, Artillery, vvho headed the Trinity unit
until August, 1956, vvhen he was succeeded by Col.
Roy E. l-lattan, also of the Artillery.
The Branch General Course designation enables
Trinity's R.O.T.C. to offer cadets commissions in any
branch of the Army. ln the past, most colleges and
universities in the United States have offered special-
ized training, vvhereby graduating cadets had less
choice as to vvhich branch they vvould enter. Hovv-
ever, today the trend is tovvard the Branch General
type training, and 80 per cent of all the nation's col-
leges are novv offering it.
In its first year, the Trinity Department of Military
Science and Tactics enrolled 157 students into the
cadet corps. This year 223 signed up. Since 1952,
R.O.T.C. has been compulsory for all freshman and
sophomore male citizens of the United States enrolled
at Trinity vvho have not served at least one year's
active duty in one of the armed forces.
After completing the tvvo-year basic course, cadets
are given a chance to enroll in the advanced course.
There they receive pay and upon graduation are offer-
ed commissions in eiTher The Army Reserve or The
Regular Army, depending on Their record and abiliTy.
During The four years of R.O.T.C. Training, cadeTs
are insTrucTed on American miliTary hisTory, organiza-
Tion of The Army, individual weapons and marksman-
ship and drill. Crevv served weapons and gunnery,
map reading, small uniT TacTics, leadership and mili-
Tary Teaching meThods are also TaughT. Before gradu-
aTion, cadeTs receive insTrucTion in operaTions, miliTary
adminisTraTion and personnel managemenT-vvhich
includes miliTary lavv-service orienTaTion and logis-
BeTvveen The iunior and senior years, cadeTs aTTend
a six-vveek summer camp vvhere They puT inTo prac-
Tical applicaTion vvhaT They have learned in The class-
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VViTh The conclusion of The 1956-57 academic
year, Lee Roy, TriniTy's mascoT, faces The prospecT
of graduaTion buT only figuraTively speaking
since he is a permanenT fixfure around The sky-
The 600-pound Bengal Tiger was a gifT To
TriniTy in 1953 from Lee Roy PleTz, a San An-
Tonio developer. Since his arrival, The No. l
TriniTonian has won a place in The hearTs of all
Lee Roy makes his home aT The San AnTonio
Zoo during The off-season where he spends his
Time wiTh his family. His Three culos will soon
be Two years old.
TriniTy's Tiger, The largesT Bengal in capTiviTy,
has played a large parT in The surge of spiriT
found around campus during fooTball season.
He will always be remembered, especially by
The fooTball Team, for his Trips around The Track
when The TriniTy eleven scored.
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Cheering The Tigers on To vicTory This year were Mikey SToner, head cheerleader, Freddie Brock-
vvell, Darillyn Posey, Gerald Wolf, Carol Jean Purdy and Jon Paul Arledge. Besides aTTending all The
home games, The cheerleaders also vvenT To Three ouT of The five ouT of Town games.
Along wiTh The iobs of cheerleader, The six sponsored The firsT informal dance held aT The begin-
ning of school, Typed regisTraTion name Tags, puT up boosTer banners in The Srudenf Union and dec-
oraTed The goal posTs before each game. They also led The dovvnTovvn pep parades before each of The
During Homecoming week, Their duTies increased as They were in charge of The snake dance
Through Town and The pep rally in fronT of The PosT Office and They led The cheers aT The midnighT
bonfire and coffee rally. When The fooTball season ended, They didn'T quiT, buT vvenT righT on cheer-
ing The Tiger baskefball Team.
The names Mikey, Freddie, Darillyn, Gerald, Carol and Jon Paul will long be remembered because
of Their pep and drive during The sporfs season and The work They did in fosTering The school spiriT
of TriniTy This year. TriniTy Thanks you, cheerleaders.
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W. A. MCELREATH
Trinity's quest for a national football power was
given a sound foundation when W. A. "Mac" McEl-
reath was lured from Tulane University in 1952.
Coach "Mac" is launching his sixth season at Trinity
as head coach and athletic director.
During his stay at Tigerland, McElreath's teams
have compiled a record of 31 wins, 14 losses and
one tie. In 1954, "Mac" was voted Texas Coach of the
Year by the Texas Sportswriters Association. He
guuided the Tigers to an undefeated season that year.
McElreath was born in Sulphur Springs, Texas and
played his football at Vanderbilt University where he
was graduated in 1939.
Coach "Mac" strives for a sound and well rounded
athletic program that will benefit as many students
A big reason for the Tiger's gridiron success is the
potent forward walls, line coach Hillery Horne per-
fects. Solid lines on offense and defense were instru-
mental in the Bengals tying for the Gulf Coast Con-
ference in 1956.
End coach Kelly Horn, a transplanted Oklahoman,
has the task of developing the Tiger wingmen. Dur-
ing his stay at Trinity he has caused opposing teams
to think twice about plays to the outside. Horn, who
starred in track and football in college, also coached
the Tiger trackmen.
Backfield coach Raymond "Babe" Curfman is the
newest addition to the coaching staff. He was born
in Electra, Texas and played football at Texas Tech.
"Babe" previously coached at New Mexico A8iM,
Idaho and Stephen F. Austin.
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The cheerleaders lead the Tigers on the field for the first game of the season.
bengals shine on defense
in shading texas Gai, 12-7
Trinity hit pay dirt on their first two offensive thrusts and then coasted to a T2-7 victory
over Texas A8iI at McAllen Stadium before a crowd of 6200 fans.
It looked like a runaway in the opening quarter as the Tigers covered 65 yards for the
first score with quarterback Roy Sawyer hitting end Johnny Campbell with a pass for
the final 29 yards. Tony Valek set up the second Bengal score with a 26 yard pass to
Felix Kneuper on the nine. Howard Nleissner scooted for five and Valek slipped over
on a keeper to make it T2-O, Tigers at halftime.
A8iI capitalized on a Tiger fumble in the third quarter and started a drive on the
Trinity 48. Two plays carried to the 39. Quarterback Freeman DeLane dropped back and
heaved a long desperation pass that was snared by end John Campbell, good for 40
yards and a touchdown. The extra point was good and the Tigers' lead was cut to T2-7.
The Javelinas dominated the fourth quarter but could not crack the Tiger defense.
A8iI threatened constantly and advanced as far as the nine with less than two minutes
left to play. Roy Sawyer intercepted a desperation pass to end the game.
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in second skyline win
With powerful fullback John Dubose adding the line-smashing power to a sparkling 5 '
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phis State in Alamo Stadium T9-O for their second straight win of the season. ...
Despite a fumble deep in Memphis territory, the Tigers took over on downs at mid-
field and started a sustained drive. Quarterback Tony Valek rolled out around end for lg
the final three yards to put the Tigers in front 6-O.
A quick exchange of punts put State in field goal territory but the Tigers pushed
State back to the 42 and took over on downs as the half ended.
Quarterback Roy Sawyer combined with Dubose to drive 65 yards for the second
Trinity score, with Dubose adding the final four yards for the third quarter score.
Midway in the final quarter Dubose again found a hole in the Memphis State line
and punched for one yard and six points. Sawyer added the point and Lee Roy rolled
around the cinder oval for the final time as the Cats walked off with their second
straight win over Memphis State in as many years.
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vengeful tigers smash
to 40-0 win over ca. c. c.
Still smarting from a I4-I3 defeat at the hands of the Abilene Christian College
Wildcats in I955 which ended a I6-game Trinity win streak, the Tigers took the field
with nothing but revenge on their minds. Two hours later the same Tigers left the field
on the fat end of a 40-0 score, satisfied that the previous loss had been avenged.
Wasting no time in getting the track meet started, Skyline quarterback Roy Sawyer
hit end Milton Robichaux with a 24-yard aerial for the first tally early in the first quar-
Completely bottling up the Wildcat attack, the Trinity crew roared back in the sec-
ond quarter for three markers and two conversions and a 27-0 halftime lead. Halfback
Felix Kneuper shot through right tackle and threaded his way 65 yards for the TD.
George Jageman aided the cause, skirting right end from I5 yards out and went over
untouched. Less than two minutes later, an errant ACC aerial wound up in the arms of
a Trinity defender on the ACC 30-yard line. Fullback John Dubose took advantage of
the offer and shot through center for the remaining 30 yards.
With Abilene Christian still stopped cold in the second half, Tony Valek engineered
another scoring drive for Trinity which was capped by a 28-yard pass play with Robi-
chaux crossing the double stripe.
Late in the game, with time running out, Wesley Gideon, not to be outdone by the
two previous Tiger quarterbacks, ramrodded the Tigers 79 yards in two pass plays to
the ACC I-yard line. Freshman Ronnie Manchester covered the remaining yard and Gid-
eon converted to add the finishing touch to a wild 40-O victory for Trinity.
Ronnie Manchester cracks over for the final touchdown.
End Johnny Campbell IaTches on To a Sawyer pass.
smothering ground attack
powers maroons past cats, 18-6
The Mississippi STaTe Maroons unleashed a crushing ground aTTack To overpower The
TriniTy Tigers I8-6, before a Homecoming crowd of 9000 fans aT STarkviIIe, Mississippi.
AfTer an evenly played firsT quarTer, The Bengals made Their firsT break when Eugene
Hall blocked a Maroon quick kick. The Tigers rolled To The one, where John Dubose
smashed over righT guard for The Tally. The poinT-afTer aTTempT was wide. Taking The
kickoff deep in Their own TerriTory, The Maroons marched To The Tiger five in I I plays.
An exchange of fumbles gave STaTe The ball on The four where Two plays IaTer .lim TaiT
wenT off Tackle To score.
TriniTy fumbled on Their own 36 To seT up STaTe's second score. Two cracks aT The
line neTTed only Two yards for The Maroons and Then a piTch-ouT To Bubba Trammell
wenT all The way To give STaTe a I2-6 half-Time lead.
STaTe hiT fasT and hard To sTarT The second half. TaiT Took The kickoff To The 4-4 and sev-
en plays IaTer The Maroons made Their Third TD, winning by an I8-6 score as The game
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bengols weather fumble storm
to stop southeastern Ia., 14-7
Fumbles and frustrations paced Trinity's Tigers throughout the Southeastern Louisiana
game, but the Bengals weathered the storm to wedge out a close I4-7 triumph over
the Bayou squad before 5l8O fans in Alamo Stadium.
The statistics tell the story of the Cat win despite a pair of costly bobbles and a
stone-wall goal line defense by the Louisianans in the closing seconds of the game. Uti-
Iizing a terrific ground game paced by halfback George .lageman and Howard Meiss-
ner, the Bengals raced to a I4-O halftime lead, then held on as fumbles plagued the
Cat backs throughout the final half.
Tiger scatbacks covered 59 yards in I I plays early in the second quarter, capping the
drive with Meissner carrying the ball over guard for the game's initial tally. Wesley Gid-
eon added his first of two extra points to throw the Cats out front.
Forced to punt, the Louisianans booted the ball to the Tiger I9 yard line, and iust I5
plays later the Bengals were knocking on the door for a score. Jageman skirted the left
side of the line on a pitchout for the final three yards and the second score for the
Tigers. Gideon added his second point after, and Trinity left the field at halftime with
a I4-O lead.
A Tiger bobble early in the third quarter opened the door for SLC's tally, with quar-
terback Cliff Stringfield pitching to wingman Huey Husser for the last I7 yards and a
score The Tigers were on the march as the gun ended the game.
VERNON SCHRADER Meissner bucks two yards for a touchdown.
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Andrews leaps over would-be tackler.
tigers and eagles battle
to 7-7 he In the mucl
In a game which eventually decided the Gulf Coast Conference championship, .,,,
Coach VV. A. lVIcElreath and his charges tackled the pre-season conference favorite, .S if
North Texas State College, at Denton. Playing in a cold, driving rainstorm, the Tigers
stopped the Eagles for three quarters before NTSC finally pushed across the tally that
tied the game 7-7. qggq I I f'
Trinity scored early after the Eagles lost the slippery pigskin on a fumble. Time after
time the Tigers rammed over the line moving steadily closer to the goal. George Jage-
man finished the drive by winning a slipping, sliding footrace to the goal from eight
yards out. Jageman added the point after.
Scoring ceased until late in the game. The 'Cliffsiders penetrated Eagle territory
tvvice but the drives fizzled out short of the end zone. An attempted field goal by -
Wesley Gideon from the NTSC 7 vvas blocked. F U .
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sion on their ovvn 43 yard line and II plays later knotted the score. Eagle back Ray I'.s X
Toole crossed into scoring territory from one yard out. Faking a place-kick conversion,
Ben Boehnke took a direct snap from center and skirted left end for the tying point.
Tiger line piles up Ray Toole of North Texas State College.
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trinity drops close tilt
to high-flying southerners
Boasting one of the top small colleges in the nation and a I4 game winning skein,
the Mississippi Southern footballers roared out of Dixieland and into Alamo Stadium for
the annual Trinity Homecoming and then quietly slipped out again, grateful for Iucking
out a 20-I 3 victory over the Tigers. I
Decided underdogs before the game, Trinity held the Southerners scoreless in the
first period, but watched them score twice in the second quarter to grab a I3-0 lead.
Early in the first quarter, Southern marched 45 yards in eight plays with fullback R. L.
Dickinson going over from the one yard line. The extra point attempt was wide. After
a Tiger drive bogged down the Rebels rolled 46 yards in eight plays with Doug Barfield
carrying over from the five yard line and Dallas Whitfield added the point after.
The Tiger fans had something to cheer about two plays later when George Jageman
took a pitchout and passed to end Sammy Knox in a play good for 60 yards. Odis Mi-
chalk took a pitchout and tossed the remaining 25 yards to Jageman for the score and
Wesley Gideon added the extra point. The Tigers left the field at halftime trailing
With six minutes gone in the second half, Billy Wayne Andrews intercepted a South-
ern aerial on the Tiger 30. Seven plays and 70 yards later, Roy Sawyer hit fullback John
Dubose on a 3l-yard-pass-play to knot the score.
Trinity had the ball inside their own 30 yard line with less than two minutes left to
play in the game. I-lowever, MSC tackle Don Owens grabbed a Tiger fumble and on
the first play Bob I-lughes passed I7 yards to Jerry Taylor fora 20-I3 win.
Odis Michalk scampers for I2 yards as blockers clear the path.
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lee roy trounces midwestern 34-65
gains first place tie in g., c. c.
The Cliffsiders trounced Midwestern 311-6 in the Indians' Homecoming game and if i
grabbed a first place tie with North Texas State for the Gulf Coast Conference crown. 7' Iii
Trinity's first drive stalled on the Indians' 3l and George Jageman punted to the E
seven yard line. Odis Michalk recovered a fumble on Midwestern's first play and the i s 2
Tigers were in business on the four. Jageman skirted left end for the score and added
the extra point, for a 7-O lead.
Midwestern struck back by driving 64 yards in T5 plays with Weldon McCord driv-
ing the final 'Il yards for the TD, making the score 7-6, Trinity at the half.
Milton Robichaux started the second half massacre by loping 35 yards with an inter-
cepted pass to ring up six points. Herb Sigle blocked an Indian punt on the T6 and the
Tigers hit pay dirt with John Dubose going the final nine yards for the score.
Fullback Fred Duecker started a one-man wrecking crew in the fourth quarter and
scored two touchdowns in three minutes on runs of i8 and 25 yards, giving the Tigers
a 34-6 lead that was never threatened.
Robichaux was all over the field on defense. Playing with a broken rib, he sparked
the Tiger defense and stopped many Indian plays before they were able to get started
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Famous Last Words! This will be a tough one, boys, but we'll get 'em.
trinity handed cold welcome
in clash with texas western
'R The Trinity Tigers ended their T956 season with a 54-O loss to Texas Western at
El Paso. This was the worst defeat since T932 and the first time the Tigers had been
g held scoreless since l952.
6 After iumping off to a second quarter lead of T3-O, the Miners could do no wrong
and iniuries to Milton Robichaux and Johnny Campbell left the Bengals weak at ends.
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Charles Ward, Steve Pursley and Bob Maynard added one each.
The Tiger offense never could get going. Trinity only passed the midfield stripe
twice. In the first quarter, quarterback Roy Sawyer scampered for 20 yards and then
lateraled to Odis Michalk who picked up 46 yards more to the Miners 44. ln the fourth
quarter the Bengals were stopped on the Miners 49.
This was the last game for seven Trinity seniors: Milton Robichaux, Sammy Knox,
Johnny Campbell, Odis Michalk, Royce Townsend, Jerry Watson, George Jageman
and Billy Wayne Andrews.
Two Trinity players fail to stop Bob I-orrest as he scores again.
JERRY WATSON MILTON ROBICHAUX JOHNNY CAMPBELL
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First row, left to right: Clifford Smith, Wayne Kieke, Tommy Howell, Johnny Campbell, Ray Yosko, Ted Neh-
ring, Tony Valek, Jim Gilbert, Tommy Worrell, Ronnie Manchester, Wes Gideon, Henry Jones, Herbert Sigle,
Milton Robichaux, Bill Sneed. Second row: Tommy Henslee, Roy Sawyer, Sammy Knox, Felix Kneuper,
Vernon Schrader, Howard Meissner, George Jageman, Charles Mansfield, John Dubose, Odis Michalk,
Tommy Boyles, D. R. Murphy, Eugene Hall, Jimmy Jeffrey, Jon Stromberg. Third row: Bob King, Dan Mc-
Carty, Billy Andrews, Royce Townsend, Bernard Brown, Fred Duecker, Allan Rece, Bernard Epperson, Kelly
Horn, Hillery Horne, W. A. McElreath, Ray Curfman, Wayne Hardcastle, Keith Turner, Jerry Watson, Ronnie
Manchester, W. A. Roberts, W. A. McElhannon.
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ing a big guy who looks exactly like Milton "Robie" Robichaux. The giant right end packs 210
pounds of muscle and speed on a six feet six inch frame and hails from Hahnville, Louisiana.
"Robie" monopolized football honors during his three year stay at Trinity, a habit he started in high
The tallest and fastest member of the Tiger gridders is quiet and shy on the campus but when
he slips into the maroon and white of Trinity it means a long bruising game for the opposition.
"Robie" loves football and the tougher the opponent, the better he plays. His best games this year
were against such powers as Mississippi State, Mississippi Southern, Memphis State and Southeast
One had only to watch where Trinity's opposition aimed their attack to see how much respect
they had for Robichaux. No opponent the past season consistently tried to get past the giant wing-
man. "Robie" was such a dangerous pass receiver on offense that every team the Tigers played
paid him the compliment of putting two or three men on him and trying to tie him up at the line
Head Coach W. A. McElreath summed up Robichaux's ability and worth to the Tiger squad in one
sentence, "He rates All-American in any league."
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LESLIE VV. ROBINSON
Trinity's quest for a national basketball power was given a sound foundation vvith
the acquisition last spring of Head Basketball Coach Leslie W. "Robie" Robinson. Coach
Robinson was lured from Allen Military Academy in Bryan and brought his experience
and knovv-hovv of twelve successful seasons to Tigerland.
A small Tiger squad that vvas greatly handicapped by lack of height gave "Robie"
little chance to continue his winning ways in his T956-57 debut at Trinity. Lack of re-
serves caused many losses after the Tigers had dominated the early stages of the game.
Coach Robinson vvas born in Midvvay, Texas and received his B.S. and M.A. degrees
from Sam Houston State College.
As coach of Allen Military Academy, his teams vvon 81 games and lost only T7 in
their conference. This record produced three zone championships, one conference
championship, runner-up for conference championship, second in zone for tvvo years
and a tie for zone championship once.
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TriniTy UniversiTy's baskeTball Team Took To The hard-
wood 23 Times This season and was able To salvage only
GreaTly hampered by Their lack of heighT and The loss
of 6' 6" MilTon Robichaux aT mid-Term, The Bengal cagers
were shut ouT in The Gulf Coast Conference race and Tin-
ished in The cellar wiTh a O-6 record.
In addition To The Cats inability To conTrol The back-
boards, The'su erior reserve stren Th oT mosT of Their o -
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Under The tuTelage of coach Leslie Robinson in his TirsT
year as a Skyline mentor, Trinity grabbed second place in
The consolation bracket of The Elks Club Invitational Tour-
namenT in Dallas, dropping The Tinal game To Midwestern
by one point.
For The TourTh consecutive year, Trinity and its cross-
Town rival, ST. Mary's University, split The myThical city
championship as The RaTTlers copped a squeaker on Their
home courT, 67-66, and The Bengals goT The nod in Alamo
STadium Gym, 73-69.
Roy Green led The Cats in poinT production for The sea-
son as he canned 311 points in The 23 games. Cecil Hollo-
way and Chunky Frazier ran second and Third in The
Bengel scoring race with 285 and 281 points, respecTively.
Green scored The most points in one game for The
Tigers, neTTing 33 in a losing eTTorT against Abilene Chris-
Tian College, T T3-86.
Trinity guard Roger Tatsch sinks Two points after breaking
Through a Tight Rice defense.
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Roger Tatsch finds himself all alone and decides to shoot but
finds the oopositions too tall.
Eight hands after one ball offer some fast action until Roy Green
latches onto The ball.
Milton Robichaux stretches his six feet six inch frame to grab a Cecil Holloway leaps over a Javelina for a quick shot as Robi-
Tiger rebound. chaux waits for the rebound.
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On a fasf break away Chunky Frazier finds himself all alone as
Two Rice players watch.
Guard Charles Monfemayor Takes a pass from Gayle Haas and
sinks a basket from i2 feet out.
A fast seven points late in the fourth quarter enable The Tigers Bill Sufer 1505 cleared The backboard and makes a quick shoi
To cafch and pass fhe Rattlers for a win. as everyone waits for the outcome.
tigers . . .
as Gayle Haas looks on.
Charles Monternayor "makes like a seal" as he shoots a fast pass
to Frazier for a lay-up shot.
Forward Chunky Frazier lets fly a long one-handed push-shot
Taking a pass at midscourt, Cecil Holloway dribbles straight Bill Suter 1503 keeps his eyes on the ball as Chunky Frazier
through the Rattlers defense for a basket. says, "Pardon my hand."
Roger Tafsch drives in for a one-handed lay-up in the Tigers
73-69 victory over ST. Marys
Chunky Frazier gives the Tiger fans something to roar about
as he loops in a one-hander,
Ever hustling Cecil Holloway looks like an All-American as he Gabriel Menchaca takes a hot pass from Roger Tatsch C125 and
slips Through for a lay-up shot. goes high for two points.
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Tennis coach Clarence Mabry is in his second year as menTor for The Bengal rac-
As This annual goes To press, he is looking To The T957 neT season as a producfive
one for The Skyline School. His charges have won Their firsT Two maTches and before
The end is in sighT, many more opponenTs should fall before The growling Tigers. The
CaTs shuT ouT Brooke Army Medical CenTer, 4-O, in The iniTial maTch and came back
wiTh an upseT win over The UniversiTy of Texas, 4-2.
The Tennis professional aT San Pedro CourTs, Mabry is well known ThroughouT The
naTion. He won boTh singles and doubles in The SouThwesT Conference and was a fin-
alisT in The N.C.A.A. championships before his graduaTion in T949 from The Uni-
versiTy of Texas.
Coach Mabry has won all of The Texas sTaTe TiTles, including The lnTerscholasTic and
Texas AmaTeur AThleTe FederaTion TiTles. He has also copped sTaTe championships in
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Ghio, and Illinois.
He played The EasTern CircuiT Three Times wiTh such players as Jack Kramer, Pane
cho Gonzales and Vic Sexies and did a war bond Tour wiTh Bill Tilden and Vincenf Rich-
ards in his Naval AviaTion Days.
He became a member of The Professional Lawn Tennis AssociaTion in 1953.
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STudenT GovernmenT, in order To be a valuable and consTrucTive conTribuTor To The
liTe of a college communiTy, musT recognize The purposes and obiecTives of such or-
ganizaTions. The TaculTy, adminisTraTion and The sTudenTs musT have deTiniTe concepTs
of The ideals and philosophy oT sTudenT governmenT Tor iT To he eTTecTive. Some logical
and valid reasons Tor The exisTence of sTudenT governmenT on any campus are as
To provide The sTudenT body vviTh a means oT TormulaTing iTs purposes
and policies as a group,
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sTudenT Tor The vvelfare of The ToTal college communiTy,
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The morale of The college communiTy,
To develop eTTecTive leadership and Training as ciTizensg
To moTivaTe inTeresT in and express sTudenT opinion on viTal issues aris-
ing in our sTaTe, The naTion and in The vvorldg
To cooperaTe vviTh The TaculTy and adminisTraTion in providing Tor a
vvell-rounded sTudenT life academically, socially and spiriTuaIly.
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The STudenT Council, vvhich is The execuTive branch oT The AssociaTed STudenTs of
TriniTy UniversiTy, plays a large parT in The organizaTion and co-ordinaTion of sTand-
ing commiTTees. Among The commiTTees vvhich They appoinT and direcT are The as-
sembly commiTTee, adverTising commiTTee, calendar commiTTee, and elecTion com-
Along vviTh commiTTee work, The council also publishes The MORES, The sTudenT
handbook, and The sTudenT acTiviTy book, handles The disTribuTion and expendiTures oT
all sTudenT Tunds and carries ouT The provisions oT The consTiTuTion and by-lavvs. The
STudenT Council is also a member oT The 'Texas lnTercollegiaTe STudenTs AssociaTion, a
sTaTe-vvide group. One of The biggesT iobs The council had during The pasT year vvas The
direcTion of Homecoming acTiviTies. One oT The highlighTs was The music of Buddy Mor-
rovv and his orchesTra aT The Homecoming Dance. AnoTher duTy of The council was The
arrangemenTs Tor The all-school Trip To McAllen Tor The Texas ASLI TooTball game. The
Founders Day celebraTion vvas also handled by The STudenT Council along vviTh sponsor-
ship oT sTudenTTaculTy coTTees and assemblies during The year.
Each week The council members meeT To work ouT problems new and old and To
reporT The successful ouTcome oT previous ones.
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Left to right: Don Kiddy, Johanna Dalton, Jo Ann Page, Bobby Fields, Bob Boward, Mike O'Neill, Chuck Mansfield
The group concerned with iudiciary action around Trinity campus is the Student
Composed of seven members, Chief Justice, Associate Justice, two members of the
senior class, two from the iunior class and one sophomore, the court has iurisdiction
over all cases involving student discipline and honor, student violations of the constitu-
tion and cases of impeaching student officers.
Meetings are held only when a case is sent to the court or when the iustices deem
a meeting necessary. During the past year, the court has been concerned with several
cases involving students who have had too many quality points.
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Dixon. Second row: Bobbie Braly, Ernie Valdes, Kay Matteson, Rosemary Avila, Marilyn McCluney, Larry Street,
The legislative body ot the student government which is empowered by Trinity's
:onstitution to make all lavvs governing the Associated Students, except those lavvs
appropriating money, is the Student Senate.
Eight senators and the Speaker are elected from the student body and the other
tour members are the class presidents.
Along with their lavv-making duties, the Senate is also in charge of all school elec-
tions. Any "gripes" the students may have come through the Senate and they try to
find the root ot the problem.
As the purpose ot the Senate is to be ot service to Trinity students, any student is
welcome to attend any ot the weekly meetings.
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Seated, left to right: Mrs. McNair, Emily Graham, Mary Lynn Gordon, Gaby Esserick, Ken Carpenter. Standing: Sonny
Schaefer, Tom Wilbanks, Gene Martin.
i The Calendar Committee is made up of the Dean of Women, the
Student Union Board Hostess, and seven students. This committee is to
schedule the dates, times, and places for all school activities so there will
- be no conflicts. Any club that violates the rules, is subiected to be called
before the Student Court.
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The Student Union Board- was set up to take care of the social life on
the campus. The Board strives to keep the Student Union Building an at-
tractive and comfortable place for the students to relax and enioy them-
selves. They also sponsor mixer dances, movies, and informal assemblies.
The Board meets every Tuesday night in the Student Council office,
and they are always open for suggestions.
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Appointed by the Student Council, the Intramurals Committee strives to stimulate
club interest through athletic competition. This committee organizes and supervises
athletic meets throughout the school year under the able supervision of Coach Houston
Poster artists come into their own as appointees ot this committee, for they are
given the task of producing the many necessary posters dealing with student activi-
ties. Through their efforts, students are advised as to coming events, voting proce-
dures, and Student Government policies.
This year's chairman of
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ring vviThin The campus
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denT council secretary To The
Texas InTer-collegiaTe STudenT
AssociaTion is Lucia Dixon.
She Takes care of all corre-
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Council To T.l.S.A. She is ap-
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is organized To plan and ar-
range The all-school assem-
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a.m. on Friday once a monTh.
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assemblies. OThers are de-
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Adcock, Paul Schwab. Second row: Margaret Cater, Betty Nance, Helen Bremer, Sara Dean, Johanna Dalton.
Third row: Ruth Stanton, Barbara Deborah, James McClosky, Rita Wycoft, Patricia Brown. Members not pictured:
Claude Anderson, Helen Hogan, Dorothy Laas, William Nanez, Becky Schweers.
Texas Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Chi, national honor fraternity, is
composed ot all iuniors and seniors who rank in the upper ten per cent
of their class.
Concerned with the general academic atmosphere around campus,
Alpha Chi seeks to promote scholarship among all students at Trinity
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First row, left to right: Mrs. McGavock, Marilyn Martin, Katherine Franke, Marlene Pegg. Second row: Rita Wycoff,
Lee Adcock, Lucia Dixon, Rosemary Avila, Janice Agee. Member not pictured: Marlene Churchwell.
Alpha Lambda Delta, one of the three national honor groups on the
Trinity campus, strives to promote intelligent living and a high standard
of learning and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among
Membership is limited to freshman and sophomore women vvho
have attained a 2.5 grade average or better during their first semester
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First row, left to right: Miss Kitchell, Earl Osborne, Ralph Schlueter, Barbara Deborah, Anna Mary Moody, Miss
Eloise Seay, William Keeling. Second row: Bruce Woodard, Gene Martin, Hiromi lkenago, Dick Frickie. Third row:
Riley Smith, Jong Woo Choi, Claude Dale Anderson, Walter Schmidt.
Kappa Phi Sigma, an honor fraternity, endeavors to promote standards
of high scholarship in the field of commerce, to dignify the profession of
commerce and to bond its members into closer friendship and loyalty.
lt also undertakes to extend the feeling of tolerance and understanding
and to encourage participation in school activities. Two dinner meetings
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First row, left to right: Sue Kennington, Rita Wycoff, Marilyn Montgomery. Second row: Barbara Deborah, Mar-
One of the select groups of Trinity women is Scho-Lea. Only senior
women are eligible and membership is invitational. A scholarship honor
organization, Scho-Lea feels that stimulating leadership, honesty, and
scholarship will develop a finer type of college women. By encouraging
such characteristics in a woman, Scho-Lea feels that she will be of
greater service to her school and her associates. Each year the club
selects the Most Outstanding Sophomore Girl. This selection encourages
working toward high goals.
These young women combine business and pleasure at monthly
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First row, left to right: Chuck Mansfield, Royce Townsend, Mr. Herff-Beze, John Campbell. Second row: Tony Valek,
Sammy Knox, Odis Michalk, Carl Allen, George Jageman. Third row: Joe Carmack, Vernon Schrader, Tommy
Howell, Dan McCarty, Darrell West. Fourth row: Cecil Holloway, Milton Robichaux. Members not pictured: Ber-
nard Brown, Allan Rece, W. A. Roberts, Wesley Gideon, Tom Worrell, Paul Taylor, Wayne Hardcastle, John Dubose,
Howard Meissner, Herbert Sigle, Ted Nehring, Eugene Hall, Joe Cardenas, Roy Sawyer, Fred Duecker, Felix
Football, basketball, golf and tennis lettermen are
eligible for membership in the "T" Association. These
athletes ambitiously work to promote interest in all
divisions ot the Tiger's athletics. Two business meet-
ings are held each month.
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First row, left to right: Clarice Gulley, Janice Agee, Barbara Deborah, Pat Poston, Tom Rust, Bill Ezzell, Joel Brown,
Second row: Jackie Smart, Mary Jo McCarthy, Larry Nutt, Ralph Schlueter, Gainor Linsey, Ted Kastor, Jay Dee
Conrad. Third row: Bobby Mooty, Jean Milam, George Aldridge, Tommy Owen.
One ot the university's representatives is the high-stepping Trinity
University Bengal Band. The band is organized to provide educational
experiences tor tuture band directors, to represent the skyline campus
at various events, and to stimulate school spirit. This group ot musicians
works tirelessly three to tour times a week, to pertect skill and shovvman-
ship. Members are students taking either marching or concert band as a
one hour credit course.
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Marie Gill, Nancy Lieck. Second row: Harry Eward, Clyde Finch, Juan Sepulveda, James Morgan, Jim Hoge,
James Fensterwald, Beverly Harris, Linda Dullnig.
Activities of the Bengal Band were numerous this year. The band led
pep parades and provided a vivid splash of maroon and vvhite color
during the half-time entertainment at four home games and at Denton.
Concerts were given at many high schools in the South Texas area.
During the Homecoming celebration, the Bengals were host to twelve
out-of-town bands. Band members also participate in different civic
functions, presented their annual Moonlight Serenade and Dance in
April for the student body, and held their annual picnic in May.
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well, Katherine Frank, Betty Patterson, Bernard Natlcin, Tom Rust. Third row: Alvin Blumberg, David Michie, Sonny
For all students interested in bugs, bones, flowers, and other biologi-
cal life, the biology department provides the Bios Club.
At the monthly meetings, the members host prominent doctors and
experts from such fields as wildlife, health, and sanitation. Each month
the lecture is concerned with a different phase of science.
This year during Homecoming, the club entered a float in the parade.
The members rode in the convertible accompanied by two skeletons
from the biology department.
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First row, left to right: Dan McCarty, Jack Virta, Jack Crawford, John Campbell, Ralph Hutzler, Benton Markey.
Second row: Allen Gibbs, Scott Hunt, Tom Griffin, Murray McMillan, Robert Mooty, Roger Spillers, Sam Knox.
Third row: Carl Rutherford, Carroll Grimes, Anthony Bonforte, John Scuderi, Bill Roberts, Jim Gilbert. Fourth row.
John Rodriguez, Henry Banks, Carl Hicks, George Page, Joe Reilly, John Browning, Jack Savage. Fifth row: Richard
Mcllhaney, Noel Gallia, Wayne Dye, Bill Alterman, George McElhany, Douglas Carlson, Dave Ross.
l Homebuilders' Club a departmental club, is composed of those stu-
dents interested in building, building materials and design as well as
other phases of the homebuilding field. Their purpose is to bring to-
gether members of the department and to share in the learning of the
different facets of the field.
They hold bi-monthly meetings at which speakers in this field are
guests and show films and exhibits of material of all types. The Home-
home economics cottage.
This year, the club sponsored a Homecoming Queen candidate and
their float in the Homecoming parade won second place. They also spon-
1 builders, with the help of San Antonio contractors, designed the new
l sored a booth at the San Antonio Home Show.
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First row, left to right: Bob Boward, Nancy Sue Cherry, Jackie Jackson, Mary Jo McCarthy, Marlene Pegg, Swede
Erickson. Second row: Dianna Downing, Debbie Wallace, Carole Barney, Margaret Adams, Darrell West, Floyd Por-
ter. Third row: Mike O'Neill, Don Shoen, Ned Sweet, Alice Colby, Jim Porter. Fourth row: Barry Biklen, Mr.
Busch, Mr. McCutcheon, Frank Haegelin. Member not pictured: Marco Gilliam.
Students working on the two publications and those interested in
journalism make up the membership of the Press Club.
They hold two meetings a month, one a business meeting, the other
a social meeting at which a guest speaker appears.
Press Club activities this year included the annual initiation banquet
at Fourth Army Headquarters at Fort Sam Houston, a float in the Home-
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Charles Heimsath Star l-leimsath, Lynda Junkin, Kay Little, Ina Beth McGavock, William McGavock, Walter Rob-
erts Suzanne Silcoclc Eddie Sutkin, Patsy Teague, Wayne Ulrich, Rita Wycoff.
Any student interested in humanities, philosophy or the classics may
find his intellectual and cultural hunger satisfied at the monthly meetings
of Symposium. During the course of the year, many speakers from
various phases of humanities, philosophy and the classics are guests.
Programs range from talks on art to the various customs and traditions
of foreign countries. Following the program, Symposium members are
encouraged to ask questions and discuss the talk. Thus, learning is passed
on to others.
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First rovv, left to right: Laura Vaughn, Patsy Bain, Kathleen Lindemann, Ann McCollum, Temple Eftinger, Gay
Terrell, Kay Mikeska, Eleanor Fleming. Second row: Wanda Carden, Jo Park, Phyllis Baggish, Sara Pat Grigsby,
Sylvia Robertson, Margaret Adams, Jackie Klein, Theresa Miller, Carol Watts. Third row: Rollie Blondeau, Bill
Dorsett, Jon Paul Arledge, Joe Green, David Foster, Clifford Smith, Dana Deer.
The Trinity University Choir is well-known throughout the Southwest.
This group's repertoire ot choral music ranges from classics and spiritual
favorites to modern. On the campus, the choir sings at the Wednesday
morning Chapel Services and each Christmas they combine with the
opera workshop to give a seasonal opera and cantata. This year the or-
ganizations presented "Amahl and the Night Visitors."
Each spring the choir makes an extended tour throughout Texas and
neighboring states. Membership in the choir is open to any Trinity stu-
dent vvishing to sing and meeting the standards of the director.
First row left to right Pat DeVore, Jack Corrigan, Helen Hogan, Kay McBurnett, Tommy Kinney, Mr. McCarty. Sec-
ond row Jean Loy Joan Bodner, Mary Crawford. Third row: Bill Ployhar, Jackie Honts, Millie Simpson, Abe
Epstein Sarah Short Charlotte Ritcheson, Bobbie Morgenstern. Fourth row: C. F. Schneider, Bobby Chesnutt. Mem-
bers not pictured Ron Baxley Leah Patton, J. D. Smith, Sheilah Webb, Clarice Gulley, Nancy Traeger.
The Trinity University Players, the organization which is always active
in stage and radio, this year added television to its activities. Although
the T. U. P.'s primary purpose is to prepare themselves tor possible
future theatre work, they endeavor to provide fellowship among the
students interested in Speech and Drama. Their stage work this year in-
cluded Shakespeare's "Othello," three other major productions, and tour
play readings. Since the group is small, the T. U. P.'s receive an amazing
amount ot experience both on stage and off.
Each year the T. U. P.'s are active in Homecoming activities and spon-
sor the Artist's Ball. This year they also sponsored a booth in the World
University Service Carnival. Membership in this hard working organiza-
tion is open to any student participating in University productions.
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First row, left to right: Mr. Griffin, Mr. Keeling, Carlos Fernandez, Bruce Woodward, Claudette Kline, Mr. Erland-
son, Mr. Walthall. Second row: Irve Ellis, Larry Cannon, Dick Fricke, Raymond Schuetze, Barbara Deborah, Anna
Mary Moody, Bonnie Hirsch, Pat Murray, Pat Gay. Third row: Hiromi lkenaga, Earl Heath, Haygood Gulley, Roger
Keithly, Harvey Snyder, Warner Fassnidge, Claude Anderson. Fourth row: Gene Martin, Richard Pearson, Murray
Blank, Noel Gallia, Dewey Wilson, William Brady, Ralph Schlueter, William Alexander, Thomas Maurer, Charles
Koenig, Bill Porter.
Trinity University's Business and Economics Club is established for
any student interested in the fields of business and economics. Known
around campus as TUBEC, the main purposes of the club are to promote
fellowship, foster a professional pride in business and give incentive to
students to enter these fields.
To promote friendship, one social gathering is held each month, in
addition to monthly business meetings, at which guest speakers are pre-
sented to highlight the different types of businesses.
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First row: Miss Cady, Betty Jameson, Susan Homsy, Mary Miller. Second row: Fran Bryant, Nancy Norris, Betty
Wanier, Norma Busch, Jodine Williams, Beverly Bowles, Sara Jordan. Third row: Mary Gene Gibbons, Barbara Sauls-
bury, Elizabeth Ann Hough, Ruth Naylor, Lee Adcock, Marilyn Montgomery, Sharon Hannum.
The Women's Recreational Association offers every Trinity vvoman
interested in sports an opportunity to become a member. This group
vvorks to promote interest in a variety of recreational sports and to give
every girl a chance to improve her muscular co-ordination, leadership
ability and sportsmanship.
W.R.A. sponsors games and tournaments in such fields as volleyball
and tennis and is working towards an extensive intramural program.
Members also attend Sports Day and sports events at other colleges
throughout the city and state.
First row, left to right: Ben Zollner, lrve Ellis, Larry Street, Sonny Schaefer, Jim Gillis, Dr. Everett. Second row'
Jim Martin, Jay Conrad, Bill Chambers, Mike Price, Skippy Hopkins, Woody Leatherwood, Earl Osborne. Third
row: Bobby Jones, Tom Brown, Doug O'Dell, Marshall Lever, Don Liddle, Bill Holtz. Fourth row: Paul Ephraim,
Warner Fassnidge, J. B. Norton, Jim Herrington, John Shute. Fourth row: Tommy Wilbanks.
The aim of Delta Pi chapter of A. P. O. is to assemble college men in
the fellowship of the Boy Scout's oath and law.This active campus group
annually sponsors the beardgrowing contest, the ugly man contest and
the Gal in Calico dance which is held on Founder's Day.
This year the club built a ticket booth for use at various types of enter
tainment and put up the very beneficial bulletin board in the Student
Union on which clubs may post notices.
Meetings are held twice a month at which the club discusses ways
of serving the students, faculty, youth, community and nation.
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Don Hargrove, Frank Johns, Robert Payne, Smith Minarik, Larry Street, Jack Harper, Jon Paul Arledge, Jim Gillis.
Third row: Bill Purdy, Russell Tausch, Tom Wilbanl-cs, Doug McCall, Ben Zollner, Dr. Kuykendall, Willie Ayres,
John Benson. Members not pictured: Gordon Bolte, Jack Crawford, Allan Knownslar, Charles Teykl, Roel Trigo,
This year began a new era for the Bengal Lancers as they changed
their club from a one year club to a four year organization.
The Lancers concern themselves with proiects which benefit the stu-
dent body. They sponsored a float in the Homecoming parade, a can-
didate for Homecoming Queen, and a booth at the Founder's Day
During football games, the Lancers were in charge of clearing the way
onto the field for the Bengal Band.
Regular business meetings are held twice a month.
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Frizzle, Jack Savage, Stephen Lee, Sonny Schaefer, George Jageman. Third row: Bill Chambers, Warner Fassnidge,
Bernard Natkin, Charles Teykl, Paul Ephraim Jr., Dale Branum. Members not pictured: Rollie Blondeau, Walter
Members ot Blue Key, a campus service club, are iunior and senior
men elected on a leadership and scholarship basis.
Blue Key members maintain as their purpose the promotion ot im-
provements in college activities and the tostering ot enterprises tor the
general vveltare ot the student body. They work closely with the ad-
ministration in seeing that these are achieved.
Monthly dinner meetings are held and during the year, the club spon-
sors an annual tall and spring smoker tor all Trinity men.
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First row, left to right: Helen Benton, Kathy McDowell, Jonna Lee Baker, Charm Miller, Patsy Teague, Lucia Dixon.
Second row: Sarah Pat Grigsby, Elaine Colombe, Carol Purdy, Betty Jo Noser, Kay Miller, Ann Shepherd, Nancy
Lieck. Third row: Darillyn Posey, Rosemary Avila, Kay Barnes, Betty Davis, Kathy Lindemann, Sylvia Robertson,
Nel Rey Daws. Fourth row: Mary Carroll, Liz Bradford, Mary Lynn Gordon, Roberta Turner, Barbara Goodwin, Jean
Milam. Members not pictured: Janice Agee, Pat Beckman.
Chi Beta Epsilon maintains as its purpose the promotion
of college vvomen's interest and participation in campus
activities. This year marks their first as a four-year club.
Membership in Chi Beta is by invitation.
Activities during the year included sponsoring a Home-
coming queen candidate and a float in the Home-
coming parade and also decorating for the Homecoming
dance. They sponsored Tvverp Day and a Backward Dance
In addition, they held several social functions for mem-
bers and their dates and also a tea for nevv Trinity stu-
dents. They hold a business meeting once a vveek.
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Hirsch, Jackie Jackson, Esther Hernandez, Patricia Brown. Second row: Linda Dullnig, Katherine Franke, Kay Mikeska,
Alice Colby, Suzie Terrell, Pat Read, Margaret Adams, Jean White, Mary Kirby. Member not pictured: Carroll
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Celebrating its tvventy-titth year as a campus organiza-
tion is Delta Kappa Phi. Membership is invitational and is
limited to twenty-tive. The threefold purpose ot this club
is to promote loyalty, honor and friendship on the campus.
Regular meetings are held each Monday during the school
Among its activities this year, the Deltas vvon tirst place
tor their tloat in the Homecoming parade, sold Homecom-
ing Dance tickets, sponsored booths in the World Uni-
versity Service carnival and the Founder's Day carnival and
collected Christmas cards tor the Mission Road Home tor
Exceptional Children. For its all-school event the Deltas
sponsored the Carnation Capers, a style show and dance,
in April. The Carnation Banquet and Ball in March tor mem-
bers and escorts and an invitational Friendship Cottee in
May are yearly activities tor Delta Kappa Phi.
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Scarber, Dana Deer, John Bakke, Wayne Dye, Phil Rummel, Gordon Bolte.
For the second time since Trinity moved to this campus, the
Grande Courts Fellowship has been organized. Due to the over-
flow of men students, Trinity again took over Grande Courts for
Approximately 22 men comprise this fellowship which strives
to bring the residents into a closer companionship. Master Ser-
geant John T. Gunn is the dorm supervisor.
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First row, left to right: Kay Miller, Jackie Honts, Jonella Robertson, Jonelle Newton, Jean Loy, Joan Bodner, Peggy
Riley, Jo Carolyn Corman, Georgie Mulcock, Nancy Fa.vver, Beverly Ruth. Second row: Carolyn Shockey, Emily
Graham, Pat Beckman, Patsy Teague, Kay Little, Helen Benton, Nel Rey Daws, Rosemary Avila, Maralyn Martin,
Carol Purdy, Kay Barnes, Ann Shepherd, Sandra Dickens. Third row: Carolyn Roth, Margaret Adams, Lucia Dixon,
Faun Miller, Terry Baldwin, Mary Lynn Gordon, Sonya Houghton, Mary Gaines, Charm Miller, Virginia Butts, Bar-
bara Goodwin, Roberta Wells, Katherine Franke, Claudelle Tate, Marlene Churchwell, Bette Jo Noser, Mary Carroll,
Emerging from its "split personality" of last year is the new
Murchison Dormitory Fellowship. This year the dormitory housed
the women of Trinity.
Once a boys' dormitory, the new personality ot Murchison is a
condition necessitated by the greatly increased enrollment on the
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First row, left to right: Barbara Deborah, Myrna Rossbach, Lee Adcock, Debby Wallace, Pat Haile, Carroll Wicher,
Bobbie Vaughan. Second row: Diana Ramirez, Swart Chitramukroh, Jo Claire Welch, Norma Oefinger, Martha
Taylor, Barbara Saulsbury, Mary Gene Gibbons, Clarice Gulley, Sarah Jordan, Joy Ulrich. Third row: Marie Parrish,
Judy Nielson, Georgia Huffman, Mary Jane Clift, Sandra Juvenal, Claudette Kline, Pam Anderson, Sidney Harkins,
Ginger Whitworth, Joyce Hulen, Nancy Traeger, Nancy Sechrist, Martha Innis, Dossie Morrow, Sharon Hannum.
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Second row: Marilyn Read, Mikey Stoner, Patsy Thomson, Nelda Kinsey, Pat Gay, Kay Matteson, Dorothy Eagleson, Roxanne Stilwell.
Third row: Jodine Williams, Shelby Stone, Kyung Choi, lnda Harnden, Mary Mitcham, Jane Knauth, Nadia Quintana, Dorothy Hill,
Jackie Smart, Nancy Coyne, Mary Miller, Nancy Norris.
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First row, left to right: John Dubose, Howard Meissner, Vernon Schrader, Joe Karkosas, lrve Ellis, Joe Bergin,
Tommy Kinney. Second row: Don Clark, Bobby Groves, Mike Howell, Sonny Nelson, Louis Crouch, Roy Sawyer, Ben
Zollner, Gary Bing, Everett Anderson, Doug OlDell. Seated: Rusty Romine. Third row: George Jageman, Ken Car-
penter, Roy Gee, Jimmy Jeffrey, Henry Mills, David Laube, Allan Kownslar, Gil Martin, Charles Calvert, Bob Payne,
Dick Kuepper, John Benson, Buz Bennet, Woody Leatherwood, Harold Byrd, C. F. Schneider.
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First row, left to right: Young Jun Kim, Jay Conrad, Paul Ephraim, Herbert Sigle, Glen Witherspoon,
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First row, left to right: Dr. Autret, Dr. Joiner, Myrna Rossbach, Esther Hernandez, Jackie Honts. Second row: Nadia
Quintana, Suzanne Silcock, Rodrigo Nino, Darrell Leatherwood, Betty Jameson. Third row: Sandra Juvenal, Roel
Trigo, Mrs. Dana Hall, Arturo Valles.
By participating in Pan-American and Latin-American activities and
celebrations in San Antonio, the Trinity University Pan-American Club en-
deavors to help activate campus interest in Latin-American culture.
The club holds social functions and informal discussions at their bi-
monthly meetings. This year they held the all-school Pan-American Ball
and a spring installation-initiation banquet.
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First row, left to right: Jody Dalton, Carolyn Shockey. Second row: Theresa Miller, Mary Jo McCarthy, Mary Ann
Ruth, Josie Davis, Maralyn Martin. Third row: Marlene Pegg, Janice Breeding, Carol Cooper, Judy Baker.
This year marked a revision in the girls' social and service clubs from tvvo-year to
four-year clubs and it also marked a revision in what was formerly Kampus Kubs. The
name was changed to Sigma Theta Tau.
A relatively new organization on campus, Sigma Theta Tau advocates the promo-
tion of interest in campus activities as well as club activities. Their project for this year
and the year to come is to engage speakers to acquaint the club members with the
Trinity campus landscaping, architecture and history of the buildings. This informa-
tion will in turn be presented in pamphlet form to the students and faculty.
Among their activities during the year were their entry in the Homecoming parade,
decoration for the Homecoming dance, an informal "get-acquainted" coke party
and an installation-initiation party.
Sigma Theta Tau holds a business meeting once a week and two social meetings
a month. Membership is invitational.
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First row, left to right: Pat DeVore, Marie Parrish, Rita Wycoff, Nelda Kinsey, Dorothy Laas, Dr. Hendricks, Margaret
Sanders, Carol Ann Terry, Jackie Honts, Lee Adcock. Second row: Sue Pazdral, Lanelle Waddill, Carol Bouldin,
Virginia Longoria, Susan Homsy, Jo Ann Page, Dorothy Bellos.
"Once a Spur, always a Spur" is the motto of this newly-
turnecl four-year social and service club. Spurs maintains as its
purpose the promotion of the best interests of the University,
the support of campus activities and the sponsorship of social
affairs for members and friends. Membership in Spurs is by
invitation. Regular business meetings are held each Monday
during the school year.
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First row, left to right: Becky Schweers, Nadia Quintana, Mary Jane Grafton, Georgie Mulcock, Joyce Luska, Peggy
Dunning. Second row: Emily Graham, Myrna Rossbach, Barbara Deborah, Margaret Cater, Alice Czarowitz, Sandra
Dickens. Third row: Pat Gay, Patsy Thomson, Mikey Stoner, Anna Mary Moody, Marilyn Montgomery, Marilyn Mc-
Cluney, Helen Bremer.
Spurs is noted as one of the most active organizations on
campus and this is evidenced by the annual fall tea tor Uni-
versity women they sponsor and the February Frolic of Hearts
show and dance. At this dance results ofthe election of Trinity's
Belle and Beau and six svveethearts are revealed.
This year Spurs sold Homecoming mums and worked at a
convention ot high school students held here on campus.
Other activities included the initiation banquet, a Christmas but-
tet supper, and a picnic and dinner dance in May.
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First row, left to right: Beverly Weber, Pat DeVore, Marco Gilliam, Jonna Lee Baker, Kathy McDowell. Second row:
Mary Koutsares, Marsha Thompson, Joan Zulaut, Elaine Colombe, Margaret Sanders, Dorothy Wedeman, Sandy
Hinze, Alice Colby, Jackie Jackson, Bonnie Hirsch. Third row: Skippy Hopkins, Bill Copeland, Abraham Epstein, Ann
Willmann, Beverly Fassnidge, Mary Jo McCarthy, Beverly Harris, Patsy Schumann, Hiromi Ikenaga, Noel Gallia. Fourth
row: Jim Norton, Jay Lammons, Bruce Kuemmel, John Lambert, Tom Gilliland, Dian Smith, Sara Washburn, John
Shute, Roberta Turner, Warner Fassnidge, Dianna Downing, Tommy Rudwick, Harvey Snyder, William Alexander,
Gene Martin, Claude Anderson.
Lending strong support to all university activities and sponsoring sev-
eral is the Town Club. One ot the largest organizations on the campus,
membership is open to anyone whose home is in San Antonio. Promo-
tion of better relations between town and dormitory students is one of
the club's main purposes.
Activities ot the Town Club this year included the selling of Tiger
booster ribbons for football games, sponsorship of a candidate for Home-
coming Queen and the biggest event, the annual Tigerland Coronation.
At the coronation, results ot the all-school election ot royalty were re-
vealed in the Ruth Taylor Music Center with the dance following in the
Student Union. For members and their dates, the club had a spring hay-
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First row, left to right: Cliff Waller, Jerry Watson, Mr. Herff-Beze, Riley Smith, Jack Crawford. Second row: Jim
McCloskey, Sonny Schaefer, Bob Fields, Jack Savage, Joe Sanders. Third row: Smitty Minarik, George Jageman,
Guy Floyd, Dale Branum. Fourth row: Swede Erickson, Wayne Harveson, Jim Hoge, Cliff Smith. Fifth row: Roel
Trigo, Don Kiddy, Bill Harper, Jay Lammons. Sixth row: Ralph Schlueter, Larry Street, George Aldridge. Seventh
row: Robert Brockwell, Dick Orth, Mike O'Neill, John Freeman. Eighth row: Henry Mills, Doug McCall, Doug Carl-
son, Jim Gibbons, Tony Bonforte, Dick Mcllhany.
One of the skyline's very active men's social and service organizations
is the Triniteers. The club was organized to promote leadership and to
create a more congenial understanding among the men on the university
campus. Limited to second semester freshmen and upperclassmen, mem-
bership is invitational. Among the numerous events these enthusiastic
fellows sponsored this year were a Father-Son Banquet, a semi-annual
smoker for all Trinity men, a dinner dance, and two initiation picnics.
The maior proiect of the organization is the compiling and editing the
Student Directory. Business meetings are held twice a month.
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First row, left to right: Sam Fleet, Mike Hoff, Rudi Saenger, Jim Branaum. Second row: Bill Read, Roger Miller,
Fred Hernandez, Bill Hunt. Third row: Garland Davis, Ralph Schlueter, Bruce Woodard, Earl Heath.
One of the newest organizations on the skyline campus is
the Trinity University Veteran's Club. Organized this fall, the
"Vets" Club is open to anyone who has served in the armed
This year, the organization sponsored a Homecoming
Queen, a float in the Homecoming parade and also entered
their float in the Armed Forces Day parade.
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First row, left to right: Mr. Hunter, Nancy Sue Cherry, Sue Kennington, Barbara Deborah. Second row: Jeanne
Varelas, Nelda Kinsey, Faun Miller, Bobbie Braly. Third row: Don Frizzle, Joe Bergin, Swede Erickson, Kay Mikeska.
Fourth row: Larry Nutt, Jack Savage, Allan Kownslar, Harold Kimes, Irve Ellis.
Entering its second active year at Trinity is a semi-political
organization, the Young Democrats. This being the election
year, the Young Democrats helped at the downtown national
headquarters, conducted polls and helped on election day.
Meetings are held once a month on Monday evenings. At
this time, guest speakers conduct an informal session with the
members. In co-sponsorship with the Young Republicans, the
Young Democrats held a senatorial debate preceding the No-
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First row, left to right: Bill Harper, Charley Cox, Jay Lammons, William Grimes, Don Powers, Martha Taylor, An-
thony Bonforte, John Scuderi, John Benson, Mike Howell, Jean Bogart, Bill Suter, Thomas Griffin, David Wright,
Another semi-political organization on the campus list is
Young Republicans. During the national campaign, the young
Republicans worked at the Republican headquarters.
Meetings are held monthly. ln co-sponsorship with the
young Democrats, the young Republicans held a debate be-
tween the two Texas senatorial candidates.
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First row, left to right: Patsy Thomson, Larry Ravert, Dorothy Laas, Pat Gay, Bobbie Braly. Second row: Dr. Carnes
Warner Fassnidge, John Schreiber, Lee Adcock, Gilbert Dominguez, Theresa Miller, Don Kiddy, Roel Trigo.
Under the dual sponsorship ot Dr. .less Carnes and Mr. Frank
Nett, the Student Christian Council has the important task ot
organizing the religious programs on the campus. The Council
invites guest speakers and student lay readers to the Wednes-
day chapel sessions and to Spiritual Emphasis Week. Operating
under a Student Council charter, this group elects its own mem-
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First row, left to right: Marie Parrish, Margaret Cater, Walter Roberts, Swede Erickson, Carroll Wicher, Carolyn
Shockey. Second row: Nancy Secrist, Lanelle Waddill, Lucia Dixon, Dianne Peterson, Kay Little, Judy Neilson. Third
row: Bill Holtz, Tom Wilbanks, Charles Teykl, Ken Carpenter, John Shute.
Church Vocations Fellowship is composed primarily of Trinity
Students planning to be full-time leaders in the church.
The group makes a great contribution to Campus religious
life in their sponsorship of daily Upper Room Services.
Meetings are held twice a month which includes speakers,
study discussions, and trips to churches. They also have an
annual spring retreat.
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Chairman, A.C.E. Commission
Upper Room Chairmen
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First row, lett to right: Dr. Jess Carnes, Mr. Paul Walthall, Mr. Paul Busch, Mrs. Doris Barth, Mr. Robert Hunter.
Second row: Jackie Jackson, Marlene Pegg, Doug McCall, Carol Cooper.
At the head of the student publications is the Board of Publications.
It is made up ot three voting faculty members and three voting student
members. Two ot the students are elected in an all-school election and
one is appointed by the Student Council.
Duties of the board include electing the paying positions on the pub-
lications, checking and approving the two budgets, accepting the con-
tracts submitted and setting the policies governing the publications.
The editors ot the newspaper and yearbook are exotticio members
ot the board and attend all the meetings to answer questions and give
opinions. All meetings are called meetings.
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FRANK HAEGELIN, Advertising Manager HOWARD SLUTES, Business Manager RILEY SMITH, Arr Editor
From The Torm of a small magazine, TriniTy's year-
book evolved inTo The exTensive book of Today. ITs
TirsT pubIicaTion as an annual came in I9I2.
Many people wonder as To The origin of The an-
nuaI's name. IT was named The MIRAGE because a
mirage of Waxahachie was seen on The TriniTy cam-
pus when iT was locaTed There.
The sTaTT of The MIRAGE is composed of sTudenTs
of various maiors and vocaTions, buT all inTeresTed in
some way in puTTing TogeTher a yearbook. The sTaTT
posiTions are noT IimiTed, buT open To any sTudenT
wishing To volunTeer Their Time in The publishing and
ediTing of The book. The posiTions of ediTor and as-
sisTanT ediTor are, however, eIecTed by The Board of
Among The many Things required in preparing a
yearbook Tor iTs Trip To The publishing company are
such Things as sorTing class picTures, wriTing up sum-
maries of clubs and commiTTees, laying ouT pages,
selling adverTising, Taking care of arT work, designing
division pages and designing The cover.
MosT Time consuming, buT mosT necessary, are The
phoTographs which help sTudenTs relive Their pasT
years aT TriniTy. To presenT The picTure of college life,
everyThing from casual snapshoTs To shoTs of sporTs
evenTs are included.
The MIRAGE holds membership in The Columbia
SchoIasTic Press AssociaTion and The AssociaTed Col-
legiaTe Press and was awarded second place raTings
by boTh associaTions for The I956 yearbook.
MIKE PRICE, Photographer
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Claudelle Tate, Class Editor
Tommy Kinney, Organizations Editor, Phyllis Furbeck, Class Editor
Since 1902, Trinity University's weekly
newspaper has been managed strictly by
students. Devoted almost exclusively to cam-
pus news, The Trinitonian has a two-fold
purpose. One, it is maintained as a labora-
tory newspaper to further the knowledge
of newspaper work for those interested in
iournalistic careers, the other is to inform
the student body of the activities around
campus, the honors bestowed upon Trinity
students and coming events in San Antonio.
ln publishing the paper, the students are
responsible for writing all news articles,
copyreading the material, proofreading the
galleys which come back from the printers,
laying out the pages according to form and
taking care of exchange with other schools
and circulation to out-of-town and out-of-
state subscribers. All advertising is handled
by students, also.
The Trinitonian is a member of the
Columbia Scholastic Press and the National
Scholastic Press and is rated among the na-
tion's top seven college weeklies. It has a
circulation of some T900 with subscribers
all over the United States and in several
foreign countries in addition to student cir-
Darrell West tears himself away from writing his Mary Jo McCarthy gets the latest information on whats
column to smile for the camera. going on in the world of women.
first semester staff
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from the mat service before laying out his
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MARLENE PEGG ....
FLOYD PORTER ,,,...
TERRY BALDWIN ,,,,..
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DEBBY WALLACE .... ,.,... R eporter
DON SHOEN ....... ....,L R eporter
JOY ULRICH ......,.. L..LLL R eporter
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second semester staff
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MARY JO McCARTHY
MARCO GlLLlAM .........
NANCY SUE CHERRY
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CAROLE BARNEY ......
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FLOYD PORTER ----
TERRY BALDWIN ---
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DEBBY WALLACE ------ Reporter
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Trinity's calendar opened this fall with:
September 10th, freshman orientation . . .
11th-12th, registration . . . 21st, Flag Day
. . . 22nd, first football game and all-school
trip to McAllen . . . 28th, Freshman Talent
October was the month the social sea-
son was officially opened by the senior class
dance on the 19th. Other activities were:
6th, Trinity versus Abilene Christian in
Alamo Stadium . . . 9th, Swing-In cere-
monies . . . 13th, Trinity versus Mississippi
State in Starkville, Mississippi . . . 17th,
movie, "Battle Cry," on campus . . . 27th,
Trinity versus Southeastern Louisiana in
November was the month of these ac-
tivities: 3rd, Trinity versus North Texas in
Denton . . . 5th-oth, Homecoming elections
. . . 8th, T.U.P. play, "Outward Bound" . . .
9th, Homecoming assembly at 10:00 a.m.,
Snake dance at 7:30 p.m., pep rally in front
of the post office in downtown S.A. at 8:00
p.m., coffee rally and bonfire on campus at
11:30 p.m .... 10th, registration of Alumni
members at 8:30 a.m., Homecoming parade
at 10:30 a.m.: Trinity versus Mississippi
The Cheerleaders seem to be enioying themselves at one of the Joyce Hulan signs the guest book at the annual Spurs' Tea at
weekly pep rallies President and Mrs. Laurie's home.
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outdoor supper on campus at 5:30 p.m.,
Homecoming dance featuring Buddy Mor-
row at 8:00 p.m .... i4th, movie "Pete
Kelly's Blues," on campus . . . l7th,
Trinity versus Midwestern at Wichita
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initiation . . . 2ist, Thanksgiving Chapel
service . . . 22nd-25th, Thanksgiving recess
. . . 24th, Trinity versus Texas Western in
El Paso. . . 28th, mixer dance.
December was ushered in with: lst, first
basketball game, Trinity versus Rice Insti-
tute in Alamo Gym . . . 8th, Town Club
Coronation . . . i3th-l5th, T.U.P. play
Manchester hands-over his money.
"Oh, good, I've sold another one," says Dorothy Bellos as Ray
"Othello" . . . l5th, Spurs' buffet supper
and sophomore Christmas dance . . . l9th, V
Christmas Tree decoration party . . . 2lst, ,l
Christmas recess began . . . 27th-29th, Trin-
ity played in the Elk Club Basketball Tourna-
ment in Dallas.
January began the new year with: 4th,
faculty retreat . . . 9th, T.U.P. dramatic read-
ings . . . 2lst-25th, final examinations . . .
29th, registration for second semester . . .
30th, classes began . . . 3lst, Trinity versus
St. Marys University in Alamo Gym.
"All right, don't move, I've got you covered." Jean Loy, Margaret Cater
Patsy Brown, and Millie Simpson are the stars in this skit at the iuniors
If we Could Onlyihave a tape recording of the conversations at The annual Swing-ln ceremonies are an official welcome to all
this intermission -at the senior dance, Trinity women and bring them closer together in campus life.
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and his trombone for Homecoming?
activities . . .
"l can't find that one," says Bobbie Chesnutt as he tries to sell
Dosie Morrow a ticket to the T.U.P. play "Outward Bound."
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formal dances in the S.U. pool. Hey boys, why not wear swimming trunks next time?
Maude Davis speaks at the annual Swing-In ceremonies
inthe library gardens.
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Town Club Coronation.
activities . . .
Everyone has the Christmas spirit as they decorate
the tree for the Union.
A grouplof freshmen give their impersonation of the "Ink Spots" Larry Ravert proudly displays his car in one of the pep parades
at the Freshman Talent Show. in downtown San Antonio.
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Skippy Hopkins and Jim Norton seem to be having a good time working
on the Town Club float.
Al De Roo, Jackie Jackson, and Debbie Wallace look over Itsvan Lazslo tells the student body the problems
the two publications. his people are facing in Hungary.
Stan Warburton is really selling that Matchahelli per-
fume for Christmas gifts.
l "Things look rosy in your future," say Dave Foster at the W.U.S. Carnival.
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schools" were like. the Carnival, but there's a dollar at the top for the lucky
person who makes it.
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February opened the second semester
with: lst, choir left on a ten-day tour of
Texasg mixer dance . . . 2nd, T.U.P.'s Artist's
Ball . . . 8th, Military Ball in Anacaho Room
. . . l6th, Spurs' Frolic of Hearts show and
dance featuring L. D. Harris . . . l8th, foot-
ball lettermen announced at the annual
recognition banquet . . . l8th-2lst, Spiritual
Emphasis Week . . . 23rd, freshman car
wash . . . 25th, Triniteers' Father and Son
March was the month of many activities
including: lst-2nd, Speech Festivalg Twerp
Day . . . 2nd, Backward Dance . . . 6th,
movie, "A Man Called Peter" on campus
. . . 9th, Delta Kappa Phi Carnation Ball . . .
l4th, Spurs' formal initiation . . . l4th-l5th,
Kappa Pi Sigma National Convention . . .
l4th-l5th, T.U.P. play, "Charley's Aunt"
. . . loth, freshman class dance . 20th,
Sigma Theta Tau's formal initiation . . .
22nd, Delta Kappa Phi's carnation Capers
. . . 23rd, sock hop . . . 27th, mixer dance
. . . 28th-30th, T.l.S.A. Convention in Beau-
mont . . . 29th-30th, C.V.F. retreat . . .
Trinity track meet . . . 30th, iunior class
B arna ion Ball at The R.O.T.C. sweethearts have their own dance at the
the Party House to pose for the camera. annual Military Ball.
April was a busy month with: 5th, Pan-
American Ball . , . l0th, movie, "To Hell
and Back" . . . 13th, band concert and
dance . . . 19th-22nd, Easter vacation . . .
22nd-26th, Fiesta Week in San Antonio . . .
26th, Founders Day with a political rally and
"Gal in Calico Dance," 12:00 p.m. movie,
May closed the second semester with
8th, movie, "The Egyptian" . . . l0th, T.U.P.
play at the San Pedro Playhouse . . . llth,
Junior-Senior Prom . . . loth, Dead Week
began . . . 20th, Senior Chapel services . . .
23rd-29th, final examinations . . . 26th,
Baccalaureate services . . . 27th, eighty-
eighth annual commencement.
Trinity's belle and beau, Carol Terry and Jerry Wat
son pose for the camera.
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will Come" at the Frolic.
Theresa Miller, representing Sigma Theta Tau, gives her rendi-
tion of a song at an informal dance.
Larry Ravert and Jack Harper have fun "hamming it
up" for the student body.
Bobbie Chesnutt and Bobbie Morgenstern fulfill their Iife's am- Can you find yourself in this picture? We can't, Of course, we
bition of becoming bunny rabbits at the Artist Ball sponsored took the picture.
by the T.U.P.'s
The prize winners at the Artist Ball pose for a picture.
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Same old place-same old picture of the 88th annual Commencement ex-
ercises at the Sunken Gardens.
It looks like everybody in the Trinitonian office has spring fever.
Come on get to work.
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traditional football with her name on it.
Larry Ravert escorts Faun Miller onto the field at the half-time.
This group is taking a break at the Homecoming dance.
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The biggest dance of the year-Homecoming.
Trinity of Texas sponsors Buddy Morrow.
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Spiritual Emphasis Week was held February 18-
22 this year. Guest speaker was Dr. George W.
Burroughs, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church
of El Paso. He received his theological training at
Union Seminary in New York City and was as-
sistant to the late Peter Marshall for five years.
Dr. Burroughs' topic for the morning chapel
services was "Faith For A New Age." Each service
was concerned with the different aspects of this
faith, such as the Doctrine of Man, the Revelation
of God, Functional Faith, Christian History and the
Cross and Related Doctrines. At 7 p.m. vesper
meetings in Taylor Hall, Monday through Thurs-
day, Dr. Burroughs dealt with the different phases
of "The Disciplines of Faith" such as offerings, pray-
er, scriptures and the call to worship.
At TO p.m. Monday through Thursday, Dr. Bur-
roughs held informal discussions at the dormitories.
Trinity students helping with Spiritual Emphasis
Week were Dorothy Laas, president of the Student
Christian Council, John Schreiber, chairman of the
Spiritual Emphasis Week Committee, Kay Little,
publicity, Tom Wilbanks, printed programs, Kay
Barnes, Kay Miller, dormitory discussions, Dale
Branum, dramatics and Jay Lammons, ushering.
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Opening the T956 football season, Sep-
tember 27, was the all-school trip to Mc-
Allen for the game with Texas A8tl. The trip
was sponsored by the Trinity Student Coun-
cil in coniunction with the McAllen Quar-
Two bus loads of students left the cam-
pus at 8 a.m. and arrived in McAllen around
noon. Later in the day, they went across the
border into Reynosa and spent the day
shopping and looking around. That eve-
ning was the game in which the Tigers
came out victorious with a score of T2-7.
The long trip back to Tigerland ended about
4 a.m. Sunday.
Bill Purdy, Willie Harris, Larry Ravert and Bill Pilgreen put the last piece
of tape on the banner.
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Don Frizzle and Gerald Wolf look on.
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Dorothy Bellos, Pat DeVore, Emily Graham, Sandra Dickens, and Mikey Stoner, Marilyn Montgomery, Dorothy Laas, and Patsy
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Bobbie Chesnutt consoles Bill Ployhar and Joan Bodner in this scene from "Out-
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The Student Council backs the ticket sales for the Homecoming dance.
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. . . activities
The R.O.T.C. sweethearts are presented at an informal assembly in the Student
"There's Nothing Like a Dame," sings Dave Foster, Jon Paul Arledge
Gerald Wolf, and Cliff Smith.
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Pat Gay, and Kay Matteson.
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Don Coats, formerly a Trinity student and novv a pro-
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Dean Thomas treats the faculty mem-
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Sigma Theta Tau enters a car in the Homecoming parade.
Triniteers sing out with their club song for the student body.
Elaine Colombe helps decorate the Margaret Sanders waves to the "Grandpa" Frizzle iust about rocks
English department office for Christ- crowds and smiles gayly. himself to sleep.
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Miller for cutting her head off.
Faun Miller serves punch to the new Delta Kappa Phi
members at the Carnation Ball.
Poor freshmen really don't know what they're getting into, as Be careful Nelda, the big bad wolf is going to get you. Barbara
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Lou Casrelow, Haruo lsakari, Mikey Stoner, Joan Hearn, Goodrich Payne Theresa Wilson, Mildred Burke, Marie Birklebach and
and Joyce Sattel, staff members and J. Frank Ray, assistant business Marie Bibb, Sieif fTTemb9VS-
This office has The iob of handling deferred payment contracts, operating The stu-
dent bank and Taking care of The university business. They keep records of university
expenditures and are in charge of keeping The accounts up To date.
The evaluation of high school and college Transcripts and the maintenance of a
permanent record card Tor each student attending Trinity falls on The shoulders of
Those working in The regisTrar's office. Another of Their duties is To send out grades
aT The end of The semester.
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L. B. Higgins, assistant registrar and Walter P. Seated: Bertha Schadt. Standing: Jean Woolfolk, Audrey Cam
West, director of the evening division. Deau and JC1yCe HUl6I'1, Staff members.
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Henry McGeorge, John C. Abbott, Gustave Celmins, Mrs. Avis F. Bunton, Mrs.
Theresa R. Simms, Johnnye Cope, Anne Payette.
The George Storch Memorial Library, a gift ot the late Mrs. Louise J. Lips and her son
and daughter-in-lavv, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Lips, is the center ot Trinity academic lite
The open stacks contain more than 62,000 volumes and 435 periodical subscrip-
tions. Among the special collections are the Texas Presbyterian Archives, records dat-
ing trom T835 and including minutes ot general assemblies, synods, presbyteries,
congregations and committees.
Librarian is Mr. John C. Abbott. The statt is composed ot Mrs. Theresa R. Simms,
catalogue librarian, Mrs. Avis F. Bunton, assistant catalogue librarian, Miss Johnnye
L. Cope, periodicals librarian, Mr. Gustave Celmins, assistant periodicals librarian, Mrs.
Anne Payette, circulation librarian and Mr. Henry McGeorge, order librarian.
Wayne Harveson, Salvador Gomez, Beverly Harris, Jim Hoge and Emily Graham,
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FRANCES E, WILLIAMS, alumni Secretary Cornelia Lowndes, Christine Vinson and Bob Goodrich, staff members
The main function of the Trinity Alumni Office is to keep in touch with the ex-students. One
method of doing this is the publication of the "Alumni News," which goes out every three months.
The "Alumni News" contains news of what's happening on campus as well as news of Trinity
alumni around the world.
During Homecoming this year, the alumni office held a coffee for ex-students visiting the sky-
line campus. They also gave an alumni dinner following the Homecoming game. Frances E. Williams
is the alumni secretary.
athletic promotion office
The athletic promotion office has a busy iob, especially during the sports seasons. They handle and
sell football tickets as well as provide sports releases and publicity for local newspapers. Their duties
also entail the handling of the business of the athletic department and of the Touchdown Club. Mr.
Musgrave, director of the athietic promotion office is also secretary of the Touchdown Club. This of-
fice also keeps a sports scrapbook.
PAULINE B. SMITH, secretary JOE MUSGRAVE, director of Athletic Promotion Office
Mrs. Effie Pearl Sims, Bookstore Manager Russell Hair, Pauline Baughman and Harold Kimes, staff members
For everything frorn pins to souvenirs and cards to textbooks, the Trinity bookstore is the place
to go. The bookstore, ably managed by Mrs. Effie Pearl Sims, operates weekdays from 7:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8 am. to noon to serve Trinity students
with their needs. Helping out with the rush are students Bob Payne, Joel Brown, Allan Kownslar,
Ernie Valdes, Jackie Surmang and Gil Martin.
coffee shop cmd cafeteria staff
Looking for someone? Well, try the coffee shop. From "dawn to sunset," Trinity students can be
found there drinking cokes or coffee, studying for that next class or iust chewing the fat. Besides
coffee, they offer sandwiches of various kinds, plate lunches, ice cream and that old favorite, the
hamburger. The coffee shop, the meeting place for all Trinitonians, is a busy place all hours of the
For those students living in the dorms, the Trinity cafeteria provides breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Students have meal tickets, but those visitors or other students wishing to eat in the cafeteria may
do so. Mrs. Blanche King is in charge of cafeteria management and meal planning.
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Paul T. Walthall, director of the development office
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The development office's main iob is to
keep records of all gifts made to Trinity. It
is responsible for sending acknowledg-
ments for the gifts.
Each spring, this office is in charge of
the Friends of Trinity drive. A file is kept on
prospective donors to Trinity and these don-
ors are contacted during the drive.
These gifts to the university help in many
ways to raise the scholastic standard of the
school and also beautify the campus and
provide modern living accommodations for
The development office is under the di-
rection of Mr. Paul T. Walthall, a certified
public accountant and business administra-
Gene Gunn, Marguerite Allen, Stevie Porter, Beverly Weber, Pamela Anderson and
Marge Graham, staff members
public relations office
The public relations office is in charge of han-
dling all publicity and advertising with which
Trinity University is concerned. Information about
Trinity is sent out to people interested in it and
newsworthy events on campus are made known
to local newspapers. Pictures of the campus are
taken by this office. Mr. Leon "Tex" Taylor heads
this office and works in conjunction with the de-
velopment office and the office of new students.
Leon "Tex" Taylor, Director of Public R
office of new students
The office of new students takes care of correspondence with all prospective stu-
dents wishing information about Trinity. Mr. J. Bliss Norton tours the state during the
year and conducts interviews with high school students interested in attending Trinity.
Besides distributing information about Trinity, this office is in charge of all high
school tours which come to the campus. They handle accommodations and provide en-
tertainment for the visitors.
Mrs. Naomi Askel and Mrs. Catharine Doyle J, Bliss Norton, Director of New
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m he 0 1 " I STORE HOURS
Best wlshes I Monday Thru Friday
'I I 8A.M.TI1ru7:3OP.M
Gradu I 9 AM. Thru a PM.
FIVE XX KQXX'uoxXxus6Bevaxxmevxswis
IN SAN ANTONIO
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Travis and S+. Iv1ary's S'rree'rs
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
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Member of F.D.I.C.
ICE AND FOOD STORES .
Floor Covering Company
300 W. Jones
30 S-I-CRES TO SERVE YOU Specialisfs Since I9l5
CHAS. W. SCHNEIDER 'I' 'I' 'I' TRAVIS D. BAILEY
LYTLE W. GOSLING 81 CO.
Insurance ancI BoncIs
UI! Ik Ik
I37 Losoya S+ree'r CA 7-6l5l
I Adiacen+ 'ro Famed Q Convenienf +o
Breckenridge Park Forf Sam Hous+on
"CLOSE TO TRINITY UNlVERSITY"
Casa Linda Motel
32l5 BROADWAY Q TA6-6377 I SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
I Convenienf 'ro Q Nearby Golf Course
Down'I'own Area and Recrea+ion Poin'rs
Your Bes+ Buy in Flowers Are by Ted
BROADWAY FLOWER SHOP
5003 Broadway - TA 6-069I
FLOWERS BY WIRE TED WILLIAMS
JOE NIGRELLE 81 CO.
Insurance for Every Need
LIFE - HOSPITALIZATION - AUTO
CASUALTY - FIRE
67I6 San Pedro TA2-3384
San An+onio, Texas
117-119 ALAMO PLAZA
"For All Your Foofwear Needs"
' I I
' 55? ,
Trini+y s+uden+s Darillyn Posey and Mary Carroll are
shown The new sfoclc of Ioafers a+ "The Guaraniee
on Alamo Plaza.
FIVE SUBURBAN STORES
Alamo Heighfs-Allena Village-Jefferson Village
Billy Mi+cheII Village-McCreIess Shopping Village
l"'.'Q y Mis+Ie+oe and Main Avenue
iiii'i I Phone PEE-3 I 6I
ii, faii Ii ri rlilr SAN ANTONIO I, TEXAS
The BORDEN Co.
875 E. Ashby Place PE 6-3l0l
R. L. BRUSENHAN, Owner
RAY DALTON, Manager
NATIUNAL BANK VI
0F SAN AN'l'0Nl0
M LDL L nlvosv Niu ANC co ro A1 on I -
Why Pay More,
Shop Your Piggly Wiggly S+ore
San An+onio Company
E. A. BASSE, PresicIen+
Flower and Giff Shops
Q 326 W. Josephine
Q Gunfrer Ho+eI
O 204 Jefferson
"Don'I' Complain, Call Main"
9OI S. Presa 'CA 6-9249
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
The InsI'i+u+ion of Fashion
GILLESPIE MOTOR CO.
32I Broadway a+ 4+h CA 7-I4II
+o +he Gradua+ing Class
I90O Fredericksburg Road
MEMBER F.D.I.C. PE 3-9I44
Member of Ihe Diamond Council
l8I6 Fredericksburg Rd. OI America
CompIimen'rs of . . .
MACHINE 81 SUPPLY CO.
ALvoN BEAUTY SALON A- J- SMITH COMPANY
..Beau+y ls Gm. Business.. "Every+I1ing for +I1e Flower Garden'
5940 Broadway ik
in SEEDS - PLANTS - BULBS
Alamo Heighk GARDEN SUPPLIES - GIFTS
TA 6-2324 A. v. HUTTON. owNER ik
500I Broadway TA6-0628
A a w WHOLESALE AUTO SALES
Transfer and S+orage EDDIE WINEIELD, owne.-
III9 AUSTIN ST CA 7,0324 3206 Soufh Flores LE 3-037I
THE BARN DOOR
8406 New Braunfels TA 6-657I
of I CLEMENS
JUDSCN 5 PRINTING COMPANY
"lmpressing Wi+l'I Impressions"
pp r+ g Your Local Firms, Since I923
Y A Con+ribu'I'ing 'ro 207 Salpedro CA 6-3' I3
Your Official Yearbook Phofographers . .
San An'ronio's Fines+ Phofographers
Phone PE 5-52 I 6
2Ol5 Nor'rh Main Avenue
cl-iEMucAL COMPANY D235 gg-SE
- Phone PE 5-5223
228 7 6864 2720 FREDERICKSBURG RD. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
Congra'ruIa+ions Complimems of
IO Ihe JORDAN
Class of l957
PAUL ANDERsoN co. COMPANY
'25 Broadway CA 6-8I0I 6I5 S. S+. Mary's S+. CA 7-I3ll
K -' f' -
wmnnts Pioneer L
E wi-MTE WINGS M-x i
Vi+amin Enriched Flour
Till G ij I 'I
'L en s PIONEER BISCUIT MIX lu if!
Few as Good - None BeH'er
PIONEER FLOUR MILLS
San An+oni T
Q FOR NEWSPAPERS
I COMMERCIAL PRINTING
' OFFICE SUPPLIES
No. I - 4l9 W. Myr+Ie - CA 6-I39l
No. 2 - I20 ViIIiTa - CA 6-4344
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
San A'1'f0f"0S ART BEAUTY SALGNS
"Where Beau+y Is an Ar+"
Grow Wifh Your MAIN Bank No. 2 - 2703 McCullough IMiIce Jacobsi TA-25I52
5II N. Main CA 6-I20I No. 3 - 4940 Broadway IF. C. ChaneyI TA-6032!
FROM ROEGELEIN'S Co,,,p.i,,,e,,+S
ik PINKY PIG PORK LINKS of
Q 717 TENNESSEE SAUSAGE
Q . .. as ALL MEAT ERANKS LABATT
.fffou " 4 ik SMOKETS
if2L'fEEE,Q,TPRf?RK Wholesale Grocery Company
E' i?i3Al.??,,T 300 N. San Marcos CA 6-6226
Roegelein Provision Co., San Anfonio
BesI' Wishes for The Class of I957
G. W. MITCHELL
2002 N. S+. Mary's S+.
San An'ronio, Texas CA 7-8I27
Q. WHITE STAR LAUNDRY
Cleaners ancl Launderers
530 SAN PEDRO CA 6-538I
You will appreciale 'rhe modern services and
up-Io-dale conveniences offerecl al Frosl
Bank. See Frosl for all your banking re-
Aulhorized Piper Dealers
SALES - RENTALS - INSTRUCTIONS
Municipal Airporl TA 6-804l
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
SAFETY ' COURTESY ' PROMPTNESS
AT MAIN AND COMMERCE
I "CoIre"1 d d Ir
Relax . . . refresh
Debbie Wallace IL, and Dossie Marrow
Borneo UNDER AUTHORITY or THE cocA COLA COMPANY av IRI +ake fime OU1- befween classes for a
San Antonio CocafCola Bottling Co., Inc.
Have cs Coke ?
For FIavor, Vim
. -.- , W- JO,
SUCEHIFYIS iriuowiuzii-as V
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F.T.D. AND ALLIED FLORISTS fs y
722 N. S+. Marys S+. CA 7-93I8 1 y 6 I5 5 -4
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e ineE-than arges lr It A'
mese Res+auran+ ,I Q ,ff ,R,,EwA 5
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in 'rhe En+ire Sou+h I 1
if FI" I fif
Open Daily II:O0 a.m. +o I0:0O p.m. V '
26II Broadway T. H. WU, Manager and Conlrroll
sim' V u"'g The Bes+ Place Io Buy, Say 3""m3u""'+g
1 S 2
E E S+ucIen'rs of Trini+y Universi+y, I m E
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is HANDY-ANDY SUPERMARKETS '
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5 ,,1..,,4 ww -M Z
Larry S'Iree1' ILI and Carol Cooper IRI inspecf a live Maine Iobsfer af
'rhe new Handy-Andy No. 22 ai' I52O Aus+in Highway.
L.. ... ., -, ... I
Prgmpf Delivery No Order Is Too
DRUG 81 VARIETY
"We Ca'rer Io Trini+y S'ruden'Is"
MINUTES FROM CAMPUS
3000 N. S+. Mary's SI. PE 3'9I79
c:oRN FED AWK 2030 MAIN
STEAKS Res-I-auran-" PE 3-094I
"TI'1ere's Nofhing Acciden+aI Abour OuaIi+y"
CompIimen'rs of . . .
I-Iomes of Dis+incI'ion
in AII Price Ranges
I+'s 'rhe OuaIi+y
THE OLD HEIDELBERG
of Alamo HeigI1+s
"OId World A'rmospI'1ere"
Q Club Mee+ings O Affernoon Teas
O Special Luncheons O g.fonven'rions
0 Bridge Parfies O ngagemeni Announcemenfs
' Wedding Recepmms 520I Broadway TA 6-2323
CATERING SERVICE FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CaII for Informaiion - CA 6-0833
From 'rhe Experience of l02 Years of Service
+0 San An+onio and Sou'rh Texas
Congra+ula+ions +0 +l1e Class
We Exrend Besr Wishes
GRADUATING CLASS OF I957
"The Difference is Service"
of San Anionio 5I9 N. Medina
COMMERCE AT NAVARRO CA 6-4I8I
Established in l854
Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion
If You Ain"r E+ a+
You Ain'+ E+ Ye'r
OPEN 24 HOURS .WS eww'
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Shopping ot Sears . . .
Trini'ry sludenls enioy shopping a+ SEARS because They find if so convenienr
. . . plenly of FREE parking . . . and 5 WAYS lo buy: Sears Revolving Charge Ac-
counl, Sears Easy Paymenl Plan, Sears Purchase Coupon Books, Sears Lay-Away Plan
or Cash. Sludenls shopping in The boys' deparlmenl are llefi 'ro righil Warner
Fassnidge, Beverly Dixon and Mary Crawford.
"Sa+isfac+ion Guaranleed or Your Money Back"
ROMANA PLAZA STORE SOUTHSIDE STORE WEST AVE. STORE
Soledad al Romana Plaza Pleasanlon Rd. al Loop l3 Appliance and Tires
CA 3-43ll WA 3-3466 A 360l Wesl Ave. Di 2-2364
if an -1,
Abbott, John , f...,
Autret, Jean 4A...
Barnes, Marshall ......
Barth, Doris .,eaa,,,..
Bedson, Fred ....,
Benson, Ben eee,e,
Bibb, Marie . ,eeeee,
Birkelbach, Mario .,e.
Bond, Easom J.
Bostwick, J. L. eeee ,
Bowen, Kathryn eee.,e.
Bunton, Mrs. Avis
Burke, Mildred .,,,eeee
Busch, Paul ee,eeeo
Cady, Ruth ,,ee....ea.
Campau, Audrey ....
Carnes, Jess .,,u.....
Carp, Frances ..,.
Castelow, Lou uuu.uu
Celmins, Gustave ....
Champion, Mary I
Clarke, Lillian .......,.u
Coleman, William .......
Cope, Johnnye ,u,u..,
Coyne, Clarence .....
Craig, Eugene .....
Davis, Maude ..,...
Davis, Maybell .u,..
Doyle, Catherine ..............
Erlandson, Ray S. .... - .......
Everett, Donald -,
Files, Odis .............
Fitzpatrick, Joe ,...
Gage, Richard ........
Gaynor, Wayne ,.....
Guinn, John ........
Gunn, Mrs. Gene
Hall, Stanley ........
Hattan, Roy E. ...... -
Heimsath, Star ...........
Hendricks, Frances ....
faculty and staff index
-- .......... 33
--- .............,. 33
Hertt-Beze, Albert ..... ....... 3 3, 152, 167
Higgins, L. B. .......... ...........,..... 2 28
Hughes, Frank C. ............. 33
Hunter, Robert .......... ............ ....... 3 3 , 181
Hyman, Pearl ....................... - ...... ........... 2 26
Joiner, Virginia ..... , ...... - ......... ..... 3 3, 174
Keeling, William ......
King, Mrs. James .....
Kitchell, Eunice .......
---- 33, 150
Kramer, Elizabeth ....... ...... ......... ............. 3 3
Kratz, William ......... ............ - ........... 3 3, 156
Kuykendall, D. W.
------ ..------ --------- 1 66
McCarty, E. Clayton ,uu.....
McCaslin, Mrs. Nancy
McGown, Malcolm ...,,u,u
McGavock, Ina Beth
McGavock, William --
McGeorge, Henry .,.,
McNair, Dorothy uuuu
Maddux, Helen uuuu,.
Marshall, Annie ,.,...
Morrison, Marjorie .....
Musgrave, Joe .u....
Nett, Frank .,..u....
Nixon, Martha .,,,uu
Norton, J. Bliss .u..,uuu
Opperman, Anna Lee
Parker, Carl F. ............. -
Payette, Anne .u.,..,u..
Payne, Mrs. Goodrich
Perea, C. H. ...,...,. --
Perkins, James .eu.u
Ray, J. Frank ....,,uuuu
Reamer, Owen J. ..... -
Robinson, Adah M. ,.u...
Sattel, Joyce .............
Schadt, Mrs. Bertha ......
Schraub, M. C. ...... -
J. ..... -
Seay, Eloise ..........
Selman, Sam ...,.
Sergeant, Tom ....,uuu......
Simms, Mrs. Theresa
Sims, Mrs. Effie Pearl
Smith, E. Cooper ......
Smith, Pauline B. ..... -
Stuckey, M. A. .... -
Swinny, Frances ...u..
Taylor, Leon .c,......
Thomas, Bruce ...,,...
, ..uuu,........ 229
Thompson, Louise ....... ...... ..,,. 2 2 7
Tidmore, Rena .....
Uhrich, Jacob .......
Ullrich, Felix H. ...... -
Waggoner, Brooks .,...
Wallis, Luther Luu.,,....
Walthall, Paul ........
West, Walter P. ............ , .......
Wheeler, Houston R. .....
Williams, Frances ....
Wilson, James .....
Wilson, Theresa ......
Wilson, William ......
Woolfolk, Jean .......
Young, Mrs. O. D. .... -
Zowarka, Gussie ....
30, 34, 156
...... 34, 232
Adams, Linda 6 66666 , 66666 6 6 6
Adams, Margaret ,... 58, 160, 169, 171
Adams, Patricia aaaa 6 aaaaaa 6 66 66
Adcock, Lee 66 66 50, 148, 149, 176
Adrion, Henry Ill aaaaa 6 6 6 6 38
Agee, Janice 66 66 6666666 58, 149
Aiken, Peggy 6 66 6 66 66
Aldridge, George 66 66 66 66658, 179
Alexander, William 66 6 66 50
Allen, Carl 66 66666 38 152
Alterman, William 6 6666 666666 1 57
Anderson, Claude 66 6666666 50, 150
Anderson Harry 66666666 66 58
Anderson John 66
Anderson Lois 6 66666666 66 6 6666 38
Anderson, Pamela 6666 66
Andrews, Billy Wayne 125
Arden, John 6 66666 6666666666 66 66666 6 66
Arledge, Jon Paul 66, 160, 166
Armstrong, Elizabethe 66666666666666666666 38
Arnold, David 66 6666 6 66666 6 38
Artz, Gary 6666666666666 6666666 6 6666666 6 6 6 66
Avila, Rosemary 66666666 58, 142, 149
Ayres, William 666666666 6666 166
Baggish, Phyllis 6,666666 6 6666 50, 160
Bain, Patsy 666666666 50, 160
Baker, Donald 66666666 66666 66
Baker, Jonna Lee 58, 142, 168
Baker, Judith 6.66 58, 175
Bakke, John 66666 66666 6 6, 170
Baldwin, Terry 66666 66 6666 58, 171
Banks, Henry 6 666666 6666666 5 0, 157
Barber, Lena Gail 6666666666666 66
Barnes, Kay 66 58, 168, 171
Barney, Carole 6666 666666 66 66, 158
Baughman, Lawrence 66666 50
Baumgartner, Olswald 50
Baxter, Rodney 6666. 66
Beckman, Patricia 6666 66 666666 6 171
Bell, Lola 6666,666.66 .666 38
Bellos, Dorothy 66 66 6 6 66666 58, 176
Bennett, Carrol, Jr. 6.....6.666 66
Benson, John 6666 6 6666666 58, 146, 166
Benton, Helen 66666 66666 5 8, 168, 171
Bergin, Joe 66666 6 666....66666..6. 181
Bernal, Carlos 666,6 66666666666 6 6 66.. .6 6 66
Biklen, Barry 666666 66,66 158,
Blaylock, Bette Jo 6 58
Blondeau, Rollie 6 66 160
Bodner, Joan 66 58, 161, 171
Bogart, Margaret 6 6666 666666 6 66
Bolte, Gordon 6 66 58, 170
Bontorte, Anthony 50, 157, 179
Boothe, Joe 66 66 66 58
Bostick, Kaderli Clarence 50
Bouldin, Carol 6666 66 666666 66 66666 66 176
Boward, Robert 66 38, 141, 158 167
Bowles, Beverly 66, 164
Brack, Erlene 66666666666 6666 6 6666 6 6 66
Braddock, Thomas 666666 66666 6666 6 6 6 38
Bradford, Elizabeth 6666 6 6666 58, 168
Bradley, James 6 66 66 6 58, 166
Brady, William, Jr. 66 6 38
Braly, Bobbie 66 38, 142, 181
Branaum, James 666666 66 6 66, 180
Branum, Dale 6666 6 38, 167, 179
Breeding, Janice 666666666 6 58, 175
Bremer, Helen 50, 148 177
Brietzke, Leroy 66 38
Brockwell, Fred -6 6666.66 50
Brockwell, Robert 66 66666 179
Brown Bernard 6 .6666 58, 125
Brown Joel 66666666 6 666666 66
Brown Patricia 66 6 50, 169
Brown, Patricia L. 666666 38 148
Brown Tom 6666 66666 66, 165
Browning, John 6666 66666666 1 57
Browning, Roberta 6666 6 50
Brucks, Arlie Gene 6666 66666 58
Bruner, Curtis 6666 66666 66666666666 5 0
Bryant, Frances 6, 6666 6666666666666 6 66 164
Buchanan, Hervert Ray 66666666666.66..66 66
Bull, Charles 666666 6 6666666 6666 6 38
Busch, Norma .66.66 6666 6 6, 164
Butts, Virginia 66 6666 6 666666 6 58 171
Calvert, Charles 6666666666.......6666....66. 66
Cameron, Michael 666666..666.66 67
Campbell, John 6666 38, 124, 152, 157
Cannon, Horce Larry 666.666666.....6.66666 50
Carden, Wanda 66666...66 ......66..6 1 60
Carlson, Douglas 66666 6..66.. 1 57 179
Carmack, Joe 6666666 6.6..... 3 9, 152
Carpenter, Ken 66666 66..66..66.6.. 6 7 143
Carroll, Mary 66666 .6666 5 8, 168, 171
Carter, Wayne 666666 66.66666.. 6 6 ...66.66. 58
Cater, Margaret 6666. ..66.... 5 O, 148, 177
Chambers, William 6
Cherry, Nancy Sue
Chesnutt, Robert 6
Choi, Jong Woo 6
Choi, He Kyung 66
Clark, Donald 6
Clausewitz, Joanne 6
Clitt, Mary Jane
Cohen, Helen 6
Colombe, Elaine 6 66
Conrad, Jay Dee
Cooper, Carol 66 66
Copeland, William 6
Corman, Jo Carolyn
Corrigan, John 6 6
Cox, Charles 66666
Coyle, Robert 6
39, 158, 9
Coyne, Nancy Sue 666666 ..66
Craig, George 6666666 6 66666666
Crawtord, John 66 6666666 66
Crick, Robert 66666
Cropsey, Gene 666666
Cruz-Aedo, Frank 6 666666 66
6 6666 659,
Curd, Betty Lou
Czarowitz, Alice 6.66666..666 51, 148,
Dalton, Johanna 6666 39, 141, 148
Dansby, Betty 6666.6.666..6184.108.40.206..
Betty 666666.. 6 666..66
Dorothy Joan 66... .....66
Davis Josie 66 .66.6 .6.66..66 5 9
Davis Wesley .66.6. 6......6--ff4f-4--
Daws, Nel Rey 66..66 ...666. 5 9, 163
Dean, Sara C. 66..6..6.66..66..66.6.f444-v4 -
Deborah, Barbara 148, 177
Deer, Dana Paul ..66...66..666...6A- 160
Deutsh, Carol 666666
DeVore, Patricia ..66...6.... 51, 161,
Dixon, Beverly .........6..6.6-. --ff--4----
Dixon, Lucia 6666666
59, 142, 146,
Dominguez, Gilbert 5 N... 59 166
Dorsett, William, J 5 67, 160
Downing, Dianna , a.aaaaa so 67, 158
Dubose, John .....aa 51, 121, 124
Duecker, Fred .aa.aa aa...a.... 5 9, 124
Dullnig, Linda 5 aaaaa ,....,.A.. 5 9, 169
Dunning, Peggy .,aa.aa 5, 39, 146 177
Dye, Edwin W. J e.a..... 51, 157, 170
Eagleson, Dorothy ooooooo 67
Edens, Mary Jo oooooo oooo. 5 . 39
Effinger, Temple as as o..,. 67, 160
Ellinger, Shirley oooooooo 59
Ellis, lrve so .ooooa.,ooo.,,. 67, 165, 181
Ephraim, Paul 5, 51, 165, 166, 167
Epstein, Abraham so oooo..,.oooooooo 67, 161
Erickson, Stan ,C 5 59, 170, 179, 181
Escutia, Rose Marie ,,ooo,o-,-,,,Aaoooso 59
Esserick, Gaby 5 os,o A , oopp 143
Eward, Harry oooo oooo 5 9
Ezzell, William so oo,ooooo , L 5 59
Farquhar, Patricia ,,,--,- ,V,,-,,,ppp 5 67
Fassnidge, Beverlie -,,,,-voo,,,,,,--6,No- 67
Fassnidge, Warner ooooo... 51, 165, 167
Fatheree, Martha -,o,oo ov-oo.,..,,ppapp6 5 67
Faver, Nancy ...c,., pcccpb- 5 9, 171
Ferry, Joseph .,.....oo, ,o.,Ao..co,,,o5555 5 1
Fields, Robert oooocc,,,,,,Ac5- 39, 141, 179
Finch, Clyde Edward ooc,..,,,o,-o--55,,c,, 51
Fink, Judith .,u,,...u,,u..,,, .H---55 5 9
Fisher, Nancy Lee ....... ,,555,- 6 7
Fleet, Samuel ,u,.u,cu,,cu -AA55 1 80
Fleming, Eleanor ,...., ,VV,,-c5 1 60
Floyd, Guy sso...s.,.ss .... 5 9, 179
Forbes, Esther ,cuc.. ,55555555 6 7
Foster, David uucu. c5,,,-,,,,, , , 160
Franke, Carolyn .,,c,,,,.,.--,-,,--,,5,,,V,,,, 67
Franke, Katherine -- 59, 149, 169, 171
Frazier, Thomas cu,,---,----,555,,,,.-,5-,55,, 39
Freeman, John .,,,.,.. ,-,-,cc5,,5,5, 1 79
Freeman, Stephanie .,... .......,,c,,, 5 1
Frickie, Richard cuc---,-,-- .,,,,, 4 0, 150
Friedersdorff, Jimmy --.,cccY,,,,,--555 50
Frizzle, Don ..u, 40, 92, 140, 167, 181
Furbeck, Phyllis .,...,,,,,.....,.,,,,,--,,,A56 67
Gaines, Mary .........., ....... 5 9, 171
Gallia, Noel ,ss... .,......... 1 57
Galvan, Joanne ..... ...,... 6 7
Garcia, Heraccio ....,. ...... 5 2
Garza, Robert ....... .......,...c, 4 0
Gay, Patricia ........ ....... 4 0, 177
George, Nicholas ...... .......... 4 0
George, Warren ...... ....... 6 8
Gerardo, Susie ..... ....... 6 0
Gibbons, James z,zzo 179
Gibbons, Mary ,.,.. zzzzzz 6 7, 164
Gibbs, Allen as uccuuc, 52, 157
Gideon, Wanda zoz. ..... 6 8, 123
Gideon, Wesley .,.. ,oou.o o,.,u, 6 0
Gilbert, James ,o,zooz .,uz,, 6 0, 157
Gill, Rose Marie ozzzzzz ,u,uuucuuu 5 68
Gilliam, Marco no ,,uo ,,.,,Aucuu,o 5 ,,,,,,55555555 6 0
Gilliland, Thomas zzzo
Gillis, James oooooz,,
40, 92, 166, 167
.ozz,oz so ozozozoozuoozo 40
Ginsberg, Leon ...... zo.o,. 4 0, 92
Gohlke, Dorothy zc..... 68
Gomez, Salvador ,.,... zcz..sccz. .czzozozz 6 0
Gonzales, Carlos zzoz...,...........,..o...z. 60
Goodwin, Barbara ...,zz,, 60, 168 171
Gordon, Mary oo,zo, 60, 143, 168 171
Grafton, Mary Jane so zz,zzz..... 40, 177
Graham, Emily ,zzz 60, 143, 171, 177
Green, Joseph ....czcz....z,.......... 68, 160
Green, Roy oo..oo,........ ......,z.. , - 40
Griffin, Thompson .sss....ssss.,,s.... s- 157
Grigsby, Sarah ............ 60, 160, 168
Grimes, Carroll .ss., .....,s.. 4 0, 157
Grimes, William s,zs
Gulley, Clarice ,.,.......s. ss.... 6 8
Gulley, Haygood .s..,sss....s ..ssso 5 2
Gutierrez-Vela, Romero ,... s,.... 5 2
Haass, Gayle ,,s....s..... .,soo.s,. 5 2
Hack, Sue ...........
Haegelin, Frank ,,s..
Haile, Patricia .....
Hair, Russell ,ss.,,.
Haley, Alicia .......
Hall, Dana ....s.o
Hall, Eugene ,.....
Hall, Thomas sss..,,...
Hannum, Sharon ....... ......,,s, 6 8, 164
Hardcastle, Wayne .,...... 60, 122, 145
Hardin, Lynn ....s,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,,,,sss,,, 6 8
Hardin, Francis c.cs.,
Hardy, Nancy ....,
Hargrave, O. T. ....s...... ...........ss 4 1
Hargrove, Don .................... 60, 166
Harkins, Sidney Louise ,,.,,c ,,,,,ss,s 6 8
Harnden, lnda ...,............ .,.,,,c 6 8
Harper, Herbert, Jr. .,,, ,..,s,..-.ss 4 1
Harper, John ............ ...... 5 2, 166
Harper, William ..... .css..... 5 2, 179
Harris, Beverly ....... ..........,,...,,..,ss 5 2
Harveson, Wayne .,z,..c. 52, 140, 179
Haswell, Arthur ...,. ...................... 4 1
Hathaway, John ,..., ....... 1 68
Hayes, Hugh ,.,..,,.. .,..,..------ 6 0
Heath, Earl ....,.... ,,..,.- 4 1, 180
Heller, Joe ..,..........
Henslee, Thomas .....
Hernandez, Esther ,,ss.sos 41, 169, 174
Hernandez, Fred ......u ,.oss.ssoo 4 1 180
Herrington, James ,,,.... oo,oou 6 8, 165
Hicks, Carl .,........ , ossso 52, 157
Hilger, George Ann ,ssss ooooos L 68
Hill, Dorothy .,........ L 68
Hinze, Sandra .,,., os 68
Hirsch, Bonnie ...... .ssss 5 2, 169
Hodge, Joan ,.,.,.. os.ssosoos 5 2
Hoff, Michael sssss .sso...... . -- 41, 180
Hogan, Helen sssss s.ssss 4 1, 161, 169
Hoge, Elmer ..... sss.,...soosoo 68
Hoge, James ...,. ., ....,. 52, 179
Holmes, Patricia .sss..,,,,.,, ....... L , 60
Holloran, Duane Peter sss.sss,s.,....s. 68
Holloway, ceai ,so,,s,.oos os.... 4 1, 152,
Holtz, William .,s.. so.,ss..os 6 8 165
Homsy, Susan .sz..sss.sz...., 41, 164 176
Honts, Jackie ,..... 41, 144, 161, 176
Hopkins, Skippy ............ 68, 145 165
Hough, Elizabeth ..,,, .....s..sss...,. 1 64
Houghton, Sonya ...... ,....... 6 0 171
Howard, Earl ........ ........s. 6 0
Howard, Michael ..... .,...,............ 6 9
Howell, Gerald ...... ............szsssssss 6 9
Howell, Thomas ............ 41, 125, 152
Huffman, Georgia Ann ,.,,............ 69
Hulan, Joyce ..,........... ....., 6 9
Hunt, Scott ........z .... 1 57
Hunt, William ..... .... 1 80
Hurst, Shirley ,ss.s o,.... 4 1
Hutchinson, Val ..... ...ssss 4 1
Hutzler, Ralph .s,.... oo.. 1 57
lkenaga, Hiromi ..... ....,. 5 2, 150
lngrum, Gay ....... ,.sss,ss. 6 9
Inman, James ..... ...... 4 2
lnnis, Martha ..... ..zss, 4 2
lsakari, Haruo ........ ...... 4 2
Jackson, Jackie ............ 52, 158, 169
Jageman, George .... 42, 91, 121, 140,
Jameson, Betty ............ 69, 164, 174
Janko, Myrna ....s... ...........,oo.,,, 6 9
Johns, Frank .........,... ,,..... 6 0, 166
Johnson, Gertrude ...... oo..oo.o...oooo 6 9
Jones, Bobby ..z.sz...... .,.... 6 9, 165
Jones, Jack ..,s,. ,.oo,oooo 4 2
Jones, Connie .,... .o..oo,.ooo. 6 9
Jordan, Sara ...... voovo. 6 9, 164
Josh, Kay ..sss... ........o... 5 2
Joyce, John .ooo ...,4.... 4 2
Junkin, Joan oo..oo. ...f..-v4... 5 3
Juvenal, Sandra ..o........ ...... 5 3, 174
Kastor, Ted ...... ...... - ...... - ----------- 4 2
Keithly, Roger ..,,,M-- ,--.-.-..,,,,,,,,,, 4 2
Kennington, Sue .......... 42, 169, 181
Kershaw, Jacqueline ---- ,,,,,,,--.,,,,,, - 69
Kiddy, Donald .... 60 141, 166, 179
Kieke, Harold Wayne ...,,.,,-..-,.a.,,,, 69
Kim, Young Jun ,..,......., -..,, 2 --- 69
Kimes, Harold Gene ,,,,..,,.-,- 69, 181
King, Sydney ---- ...... - ..,.....,.,.---,-- - 42
Kinney, Tommy ....... - ........... 69, 161
Kinsey, Nelda ...... ..... 4 2, 176, 181
Kirby, Mary ...... .....,.... 4 2, 164
Klein, Judith ........ o.,..... 1 60
Kline, Claudette ...... .....,, 4 2
Knauth, Jane ................................ 69
Kneuper, Felix ..................,... 122 153
Knox, Sam ............ 42, 122, 152 157
Koening, Charles ...........,.,..... - ....... 42
Koutsares, Mary ........................,,,, 69
Kownslar, Allan .... 42, 90, 140, 142
Krazel, Frances ...,....,,........,.........,. 60
Kuemmel, Bruce .... .... 6 9
Laas, Dorothy ....... - ....... 43, 92, 176
Lambert, John ...... .... - .......,...., 6 9
Lammons, Jay ....... - ....... 60 179
Lancaster, Chris ....... .......... 6 9
Lancaster, Pauline ................ ....... 5 3
Larson, Lora Lee ...... - ..........,.... 43
Laube, David .L.............................. 69
Leatherwood, Darrell .... 69, 145, 165
Lee, Stephen ............ ...,... 5 3, 167
Lever, Marshall ....... ....... 6 9, 165
Liddle, Donald ....,. ..... 7 0 165
Lleck, Nancy ........... .,..... 6 0, 168
Lincoln, Mary ....................,...,....... 70
Lindemann, Kathleen .... 60, 160, 168
Linsey, Gainor ........................ 60 170
Little, Kay .cc.,.......... ....... 6 1, 171
Longcope, Charles ...... ............. 7 0
Longoria, Virginia ...... ....... 4 3, 176
Love, Charlotte ........ ................... 7 0
Lowndes, Cornelia ...................... 70
Loy, Jean .................... 61, 161, 171
Luksa, Joyce ........ ............. 6 1, 177
Lyon, Kathleen ........ .......... 6 1
McBurnett, Kay ....... - ........... 61, 161
McCall, Douglas ..,......... 61, 166, 179
McCarthy, Mary Jo ........ 61, 158 175
McCarty, Dan .............. 53, 152, 157
McCloskey, James ........ 43, 148, 179
McCluney, Marilyn ...... 61, 142, 177
McCollum, Ann ....... .......... 7 0, 160
McDonald, Tommy ..... ............. 5 3
McDowell, Kathryn ..... ..... 6 1, 168
McEleny, James ............,...... .... 1 57
McElhany, George ..... - ............. 43
McGall, Elva ---- ......... ...... . 61
McKee, Wayne .....
Manchester, Ronald --
Manchester, Uriel Ray --,- ..........
Markey, Benton ...... .,..,..,.
Martin, James ,,,,, ..,,,.,,,,,
Martin, Marilyn .......... 149
Martin, Robert ..... ...... 5 3
Matteson, Kay .....
May, Mary .............
Melliff, Gladys .......
Meyer, Dorothy ...... .........
Michalk, Odis ...... 43,
Michie, David ....................,... 53,
Mickey, Charles ..................
Mi eska, Kay ........ 61, 160
Miam Jean ................ 53,
Mi ler, Kay ....... ....... 6 1
Mi ler, Charm ...... 61,
Mi ler, Faun ..... ----- 43,
Minarik, Smith 61, 145,
Minnis, William ..............................
Mitcham, Mary ...... .....
Moffitt, Walter ---- ....................... ---
Montemayor, Charlie ....................
Montgomery, Marilyn .... 43, 151
Moody, Anna Mary ...... 43, 150
Moore, Alfred Michael .................. 61
Moore, John ............... ...........
Mooty, Robert ...... - ........... 61,
Morgan, Helen ......... ........
Morgan, James ............ .........
Morgenstern, Bobbie ............ 70,
Morrow, Dossie ............................
Moses, James ....,...... - ,.,............
Mulcock, Georgie ........ 61, 171,
Murphy, Nelda .....
Murray, Pat .............. .....
Nance, Betty ....................,.,. 43,
Natkin, Bernard .... 43, 145, 156
Naylor, Ruth ....................... ......
Neely, Richard ............. ........
Neff, Mary Margaret .................... 70
Nehring, Ted ........................ 61
Nelson, Sonny .... 61, 144, 156,
Nevels, Edgar ..............................
Newton, Jonelle ........ ...... 6 1
Newton, Sue ........ ...........
Nichols, Barbara -2- --,,,,,,,,,-- ---
Nino, Rodrigo ........
Noble, Beverly ....
Norris, N-ancy .....,, ------------ 7 0,
Norton, Jim ....... .------ 7 O, 145
Noser, Bette Jo ,,,,-------- 62, 168
Nussbau, Henry ------- - -----------------
Nutt, Larry .........,., ------ 6 2,
Nutter, Clifford ,-,---- ---------
O'Dell, Ralph .,......----.,---------- 71,
Oefinger, Norma Jean ,,,,--------
Oliver, Mary ....... - -----------------------
O'NeilI, Michael .... 44, 141, 158
Orth, Richard ..... ...,....,,..,,,- 5 4
Osborne, Earl ..... ..... 6 2, 150
Oxford, Robert .........
Page, George ...............,,,.,-,,, 44
Page, Joann ...... ....,.. 4 4, 141,
Painter, Sally ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,-------
Pall, Pat ................ ........-,
Park, Josephine ....... ...... 6 2,
Parker, Monty ....... ,............ - ..,-
Parks, Ruth ........ - ..,,-,,,,,,,-
Parrish, Marie ..... ....,.. 5 4
Parsons, Joan ........
Patterson, Albert .........
Payne, Robert .............. 62, 145
Pazdral, Sue .......,................ 44,
Pegg, Marlene .... 62 149, 158,
Penfold, Eleanor ..............,.,,..,.,.,,
Perkins, Nancy ...... .... - .......
Peterson, Dianne ........ - .......
Piepgrass, Mark ....... - ....... .......
Pilgreen, William ..... .............
Ployher, William ....... 71
Pollard, Janice ...... ..........
Porter, Bill ......... .............
Porter, Floyd ...... ......... 7 1,
Porter, James ..... ................ 5 4
Posey, Darillyn ............ 62, 168,
Power, James ....... - ........... 62,
Powers, Donald ..... .........
Poze, Ronald ......... .........
Price, Michael ---- ................. 71,
Purdy, Carol ................ 62, 168,
Purdy, William .................... 62,
Putnam, Bernard John .................
Quintana, Nadia ............ 62, 174
Ramirez, Diana ......... - ...............
Range, Rex ------- ......... ..---
Ravert, Larry ...... ... 6 2, 146, 170
Read, Marilyn .aa. ,aa.,..,.......,.,. 7 1
Read, Patricia .,,.. .,aaaa. 4 4, 169
Rece, Allan .aa,.... ...... 5 4, 125
Reed, Charles vaaa..a aaaa.....a, , - 54
Reesey, Marilyn ,aaaaaa .ff... 7 1
Reilly, Joseph ,aaa.aa ..a.. , .- 54
Reyes, Homer ssss.,s ,ssssss 5 4
Rigby, Fred ...sssss ....s, , 71
Riley, Peggy .ssss..,ss.,ss., .... 6 2, 171
Ritcheson, Charlotte ....ss.,sss, 71, 161
Robb, Donald ,,..s6,,.. ss.s6s6ss6 4 4
Roberts, Walter soosss. ,ss.,sss. 44
Roberts, William .....,,-o oooos 1 24, 157
Robertson, Ella Mae .soooo osssooooooo.. 5 4
Robertson, Jonella .ooo..,.,ooos 62, 171
Robertson, Sylvia .,,o.. ,- 62, 160, 168
Robichaux, Milton ........ 44, 120, 125
Rodriguez, Joe osssosoo ....,ss.sss..ss.s,, 5 4
Rodriguez, John ..,,o,o ooo, 5 4, 157
Rogers, Lanni Sue ...,,.. ss.ooo.... 7 1
Romine, Robert ..,.. .,,.oo..,. 6 2
Ross, David ooso.... 62 157
Ross, Frances ............,,,.,....,,....ooooo 44
Rossbach, Myrna ,oo,of.,., 45, 174, 177
Roth, Carolyn ........ 54, 145, 169 171
Rubin, Marlene ..,..,...,,.foooooo,osoooo,,o, 45
Rudwick, Thomas ...... oooo,,....,. 5 4
Rummel, Philip ,,,..... ,.ooos 7 1, 170
Rust, Thomas .,,,. ,,,,oo. 5 4, 156
Ruth, Beverly ....oooo ooooooo 6 2, 171
Ruth, Mary Ann .,..... ...,o,. 5 4, 175
Rutherford, Carl ....... o,o, 5 4, 157
Saenger, Rudi ........, ..-,,- 6 2, 180
Sanders, Alfred s...ssss.,,.,sso.,..,,,s,,-, 71
Sanders, Joe ....................s.ss 71, 179
Sanders, Margaret -- 45, 90, 151 176
Saulsbury, Barbara ........,ssss. 71, 164
Savage, Jack -- 45, 90, 142, 167 179
Sawyer, Roy ,....s,..sss,ssssssssss, 45, 125
Scarber, Donald ..,..,,ssssss,ss,-,, 62, 170
Schaefer, Sonny ,,,. 45, 90, 143 167
Schellhase, Ruby ,...,s,sv,.,---,,,,,s,,,6s 45
Schick, William ..,,,,,.,,,,,v--oAHo66wo6wAAgS 63
Schlueter, Ralph -- 54, 150, 179, 180
Schmidt, Robert ...,,,,,,,,,,.,,cccc----64,, 54
Schmidt, Walter ...,,,,,,,,,,.,-,h,- 54 150
Schneider, Charles ,,.,.,,,.,c,-,,,,c scs, 1 61
Schrader, Vernon -- 55, 121, 123 152
Schreiber, John ........,,,,----2c,,,,,,,,,, 55
Schuetze, Ray ...,,,- ,55,55H 4 5
Schumann, Patsy ------ ------. 7 1
Schustereit, Betty .... ,,,,,-,,,, 7 1
Schweers, Becky ..... c,,. 5 5, 177
Scott, John .....,..... ,,,,,.5,5i 6 3
Scott, Stuart ...... ------,-,,-45 4 5
Scuderi, John .... ,,,., 5 5 157
Sechrist, Nancy .....
Sepulveda, Juan ...,c, .,.,.,,,,c,,.,c, 7 1
Sheley, Carolyn ....cccc.,......,cc,cc 45
Shepherd, Ann ..cccccccccc 63, 168, 171
Shockey, Carolyn -- 63, 142, 144, 171
Shoen, Donald cccccccccc,,vcc,,,scccsscc 2 158
Short, Sarah .ccccc ,-22,8A,222. 161
Shute, John ,ccc,c- ..ccc,c,,,,252s 6 3, 165
Sigle, Herbert .,cccc.-,-,,,, 63, 121, 123
Silcock, Suzanne-Marie .cc.cccccccc..cc 174
Simpson, Millie cccccccc,,.,, c,c, 5 5, 161
Slutes, Howard cccccccc.,,, 3 ccc,ccccccc 55
Snnetzer, Gerald Dale .,,c,,,.....ccccc 45
smith, Clifford cccc..,.cccc 63, 160, 179
Smith, Dian Owen .c..,,,....,..cccccccccc.. 71
Smith, Edna .,,.cc,.............cccc,.,c,.,,cc 55,
Smith, Nancy .,..........,,,.cccc.ccccccc,ccc 45
Smith, Riley ,ccc.... 45, 150, 169, 179
Snyder, Harvey ...................,cccc,ccccS 55
Solis, Juan ,cc,c,c. -- ,cccc 45
Spillers, Roger .... .cc. 4 5, 157
Stakes, Perry ........ A .,cccccc 72
Stanley, Imogene .....,, c,cc,ccc,, 7 2
Stanton, Ruth ....... ..... 4 5, 148
Steffa, Donald ccc,cc cccc 7 2, 144
Stilwell, Roxann .,,.,c ...cccc 7 2
Stoll, James ......... ccccc., 7 2
Stone, Shelby ....... .,.,c,,cc,cc,,,- 7 2
Stoner, Mikey ....c,c cc...,..... 5 5 177
Street, Larry ....cc c..... 6 3, 142 166
Stromberg, Jon ,,,. .........c...c.,..c. 7 2
Suter, William .cc,., ,,ccccc, 6 3
Sutkin, Eddie .,..... ,.....-,-- 4 6
Sweet, Ned ..... .....c ..... 6 3 158
Tanner, Thomas ,c,,., .u,,,.,,cc 6 U 55
Tate, Claudelle ..... ..... 6 3 171
Tatsch, Roger c,.... ,,.,,,,cc,,,, 4 6
Tausch, Russell .... .... 6 3, 166
Taylor, Martha ..... c,,.cc,cc..ccccc 7 2
Taylor, Paul ...... ..,,,.......,.c,. 3 as 55
Teague, Patsy ....... ...... 6 3, 168 171
Terrell, Pat .c,ccc, ....c,c,,,cc,-,,cccc 7 2
Terrell, Gay cccc,,...... c,,----2,22 1 60
Terrell, Suzanna .,c...c...........,,cc,ccc 169
Terry, Carol ..,.cccc............ 46, 99 176
Teykl, Charles ....ccc. 46, 91, 140 144
Thallman, Geraldine ..,........,c.,ccc, 46
Thompson, Marsha ,... ....,... 7 2
Thompson, Warren ...... ............. 4 6
Thomson, Patsy .cc,.,cc.,.......... 55, 177
Torres, Carlos .....,.,....,.......,-....,,., 46
Townsend, Royce -- 46, 121, 125 152
Trader, Betty .............,.......,,,..,.---- 72
Traeger, Nancy .,..... ...c...........cc... 7 2
Trigo, Roel .................. 46, 174, 179
Tumlinson, Homer ................cc...... 63
Turner, Keith .......... ......,.,.... 6 3
Turner, Roberta ...... ..,,. 6 3, 168
Tuton, Freddy ..... .,..... 4 6
Ulrich, Wayne cccucc
Upson, Carra ....c.c,...
Valdes, Ernie .,c......,.......
Valek, Tony ..... .,.cccc
Valles, Arturo cccc....
Varelas, Jeanne ....cccc.c.
Vaughn, Laura .,,,cc
Virta, Jack .ccccccccc,,,..
Waddill, Lanelle ..,c.cc,c.
Walker, Kenneth .....
Wall, Otha ....,c..ccc,
Wallace, Deborah .,c,,
Wallace, Etheleen ,cc.c
Waller, Clifford ....ccc,
Wanier, Betty .,c,,cc
Warren, Anne ......,..,,c,cc,c...,.cc.cccc
Watson, Jerry ,,,...
Watts, Carol .,,....,.LLL.LLc
Webb, Sheilah cccc.c,.......
Weber, Beverly ..........c
Welch, Jo Claire .,..c,....
99, 121, 179
Wells, Roberta ...................... 63, 171
Wells, Soloman, Jr. ...................... 72
West, Darrell ................ 47, 145, 152
Whigharn, Robert ......cc.c.,c,............ 72
White, Jean ......LLLLL.....c
Whitehead, Bo Dell
Whitworth, Ginger .,..c..........
Wieboldt, Werner ,cc.......
Wilbanks, Thomas .... 47, 91, 142 144
Wilbanks, Thomas J. ...L........ 72, 165
Wiley, Robert .,c........ .c.......L.. 4 7
Williams, Jodine ...... ...,.. 7 2, 164
Willmann, Ann ......... ....,......, 7 2
Wilson, Betty Jane ...,.. ...,,. 7 2
Wilson, Dewey Lee ..,L....... ..,LLLL. 5 5
Wolfsdorf, Marilyn ..,...L,.L.........c,L 72
Woodard, Bruce .......... 47, 150, 180
Wooldridge, William ....cc.....,L.....L,L. 55
Worrell, Thomas .......,..,,....cL 63, 123
Wright, David .........L.LLL...... .- 63, 156
Wycoff, Rita .... 47, 91, 148, 149, 151
York, Thomas ....LLL.Lf. .... 6 3
Yosko, Raymond ..L..L ..... 6 3
Zollner, Ben ...L ..... 6 3, 166
Zulauf, Joan ....
final copy . . .
The I957 MIRAGE is now finished wiTh The excepTion of This "final copy." All The
long hours of planning and replanning and working are now over. There will be no
more rushing To meeT a deadline, no more working aT IaTe hours, and no more
worrying over The budgef.
One person could noT have done This iob alone, and I was very forTunaTe This year
in having many people help me. I will always be grafeful for Their help even if iT
was only in idenfifying a person in a picfure, This helped us meeT ourfinal deadline,
and I will never forgef iT.
Special Thanks To: Dr. Donald EvereTT and Mr. Paul VVaIThaII for Their help in geTTing
The annual sTarTed IasT summer, To Mr. Leon "Tex" Taylor of The public reIaTions office,
for IeTTing us borrow picfures, and also for helping us obfain The informafion for The
dedicafion pages, To Mr. Joe Musgrave, aThIeTic direcTor, for helping us wiTh The
sporTs, and for always Taking Time To answer our many quesfions, To all The people aT
The Taylor Publishing Company for having paTience wiTh us, and especially To Mr. Jess
Allison our Taylor represenfafive for showing so much inTeresT in our book and for
helping us iron ouT our problems, To Mr. Floyd Goldenberg of Beverly Sfudios for
giving us such good service wiTh our porTraiTs, and for coming To our rescue when
our camera broke, To The STudenT Council for noT cuTTing our appropriafions This year
and especially To Don Frizzle for Taking his Time To do so many Things for us, and To
Mr. RoberT HunTer our sponsor for always sTanding up for us, parTicuIarly in The Board
of PubIicaTions meefings.
I also wanT To Thank my sTaff, The people who did The acfual work on The MIRAGE.
Special Thanks To: Carol Cooper, assisTanT ediTor, for being The besT assisTanT any
edifor could ever have, and for always being There when I needed her mosT, To Riley
SmiTh, arT ediTor, for having his work done on Time and for doing an ouTsTanding iob,
To I-Ioward Slufes, business manager, for keeping The books up To daTe and for lending
a biT of humor To The office, To Frank Haegelin, adverfising manager, for selling The ads
almosf single handed and laying Them ouT, and also for his help wiTh The sporTs sec-
Tion, To Mike Price, phofographer, for Taking such good picfures, To Darrell Wesf,
sporTs ediTor, for wrifing his lively sporTs copy and for his working overTime To geT
his secTion in for The deadline, To AnThony Bonforfe and Nancy Cherry, copy ediTors,
for Their work, To Marco Gilliam and Tommy Wilbanks, R.O.T.C. ediTors, for making
Their secTion more aTTracTive This year, To Tommy Kinney, organizafions ediTor, for his
work and also for helping keep up our spiriTs wiTh his crazy sense of humor, and To
Claudelle TaTe, Phyllis Furbeck, Sue NewTon, BeTTy Jameson, and Freddie Brockwell,
class ediTors, for Taking one of The biggesf problems off my shoulders and doing a good
As ediTor of The annual, I have Tried To make This a book you will be proud To have.
I hope ThaT I have noT leT you, The sTudenT body, down because This is your MIRAGE.
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