Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

 - Class of 1953

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' " 'AJ .Mw3.f..s- M 'rv 'N ' .fn I DEDICATION .ww I CCP apache Staff JUNE HART SUE MARTIN MELYNDA WILSON RALPH NORRELL JOE WYATT SONNY XWOMACK JERRY JONES SUSIE LANIER MARTHA CARSON BETTY CAGLE CAROLYN WHITE DELPHINE GIBSON BEVERLY GIPSON CAROLYN PINKERTON DELOIS LEDEETTER ROLAND HEAD JUDY FOMAN HUNTER SCHMIDT BUILDINGS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SENIORS FRESHMEN PERSONALTIES BEAUTIES ORGANIZATIONS APACHE BELLES AND BAND ATHLETICS CAMPUS LIFE ADVERTISEMENT TIT-YI' A. em- ' scsivyx- .V 'CN-XII We, the Apache staff of 1955, dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Edwin Fowler, affectionately known as "Pinky" His happy disposition, his cooperation in all college activities, and his wonderful sense of humor make him a friend of all. 2 ,. '12 . I LW, ' -31: up if" 'J f T T 'A rf ,' ,ffv '. 1+ V I-"" if , ll 1- , ,Q I . I 'll i ' - ll A ll ll , K, 7,1 . a F . fd, ii, mn, , , A iffy' ,WL ' , Q""'4 bmw . ,r,. , 4 A . 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MILDRED STRINGER Student Comzrilm' zz A 'J ,ff ,A k , ,- Ns.. .93owzd zuwteeo, The greater Tyler Junior College District, from which the members of the Board of Trustees are chosen, includes the following: THE WINONA CONSOLIDATED RURAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 THE CHAPEL HILL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT THE LINDALE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT THE RICE CONSOLIDATED COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 13 THE DIXIE RURAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5 THE SWAN CONSOLIDATED COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 60 THE PINE SPRINGS COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48 THE' TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES is pictured below. From left to right: P. C. Pinkerton, President, Watson Wise, Vice Presidentg Hubert Tunnell, Cecil Bagwell, Second Vice President, Paul Price, A. D. Clark, jr., Dr. Jim Vaughn, Dr. H. E. Jenkins, and Miss Ava Lea Gentry, Secretary. F-- YK 'lf . Y."""" 3 -HIV' ,Ag H7 M - ',-L, J"' ir nw.,- 'im an tra' fi First Row: JOHNNY ARMSTRONG . . . Buxinexy Adminiytration . . .B. B. A., M. B. A., Texaf HELEN BAECOCK . . . Speefb OLGA MARIE BREIHAN . . . Direrlor of Texaf Eaftern Srbool of Nurxing ELIzABETH BRYARLY . . . Dean of Women, Englhla . . .' B. A., Baylor, M. A., Texax JOHN W. CARSON . . . Hixtory, Mufif, Drama . . . B. A., Arkanfax LOUISE CLINKSCALES . . . Bafinen Adminiytralion . . . B. B. A., Baylor Second Row: JESSE G. EDWARDS . . . Buxineyf Adminiflration . . . B. B. A., M. B. A. North Tera! State College EDWIN FORVLER . . . Pfycbology, Band Director . . . B. A., Baylor IRVING FRIEDMAN . . . Direftor of Evening College . . . Terbniral Expert AVERILLE GREENHAW . . . Home Economirf . . . B. S., Oklahoma A. 8a M. J. C. HENDERSON . . . Biology, Chemiflry . . . B. A., Rice, M. A., California MILDRED HOWELL . . . French, Spanifb, Public Speaking . . . B. A., M. A., Miuoari Third Row: WILEY W. JENKINS . . . Hixzory . . . B. A., Mi.r.fiuipj1i,- Pb. D., Texas 10 faculty First Row: GEORGIA JONES . . . Gozfermzzezzl, Erozzomify . . . B. A., M. A.. Terai Second Row: JOHNNYE KENNEDY . . . Libmriazz . . . B.. A.. Te.uz.f State College for Wfomezz BLANCHE PRE-JEAN . . . Englifh, folzrzmlzym . . . B. A., Texnf lV'e5leyfm,' M. A., Sleplaezz F. Amlizz ROBERTA S. RFUTER . . . Art . . . Arflflff Cerfifimfe, ll"e.fl Virgiflhz LEO S. RUDD . . . Religion . . . B. A., U"illi.zm fezvell College ISSAC C. SANDERS . . . M.zll1e1mz1ir,r, Plvyyim. Geology . . . B. A., Riley M. A.. Texaf EVA SAUNDIERS . . . Pfzlalif Speaking . . . B. A., Bclj'l0l',' M. A., Texax Third Row: SAMMIE SMYRL . . . Maflzefrzfiliaf . . . B. A., Efzff Texaf Stare MARX' F. THORNTON . . . NlIl'.l'lIIg . . . R. N., Sf. PdIIl'J' Sflmol of Nlzryifzg JESSIE DIEANE TRULOVIE . . . Mum' . . . B. M.. M. M., A111er'h'.z11 C011.rerz'.11'0ry of Mnfir MARX' YEALQER WALLACE . . . Edlfmliorz. Englifh . . . B. A., Hz17'llllZ-Sl7I1HIOIIJ,' M. A. TE.X'rIJ' HARVISX' E. WESSIZL . . . Ezzglifb . . . B. A.: NI. A., U11iz'erJity of Clzzfifzmzlli MABEL XWILLIAMS . . . Mfztlaenzfzfiw . . . B. A.,' M. A., Tex.zJ Va 'kv gum 'td' IAZAQW -,X --"3 ll len- .Af 1 H A " f'?u ' ' .M'.7 , ,---In-0' 'X Q 42 'Wg Rs, Z 4 ix ' n sk fi' 2 - 1 S ' ' - RW' 5f W if ' 1 c Q N 1 MRS. HELEN GLOVER ' ' lf ' 3 Piano, Organ A , R R Rx p :r '+!: MR. ARTHUR SCHOEP Voife in , MRS. A 3 1' 'Q f ' V G15R'1'RUmQ KIRSHBAUM 5 4' , " , 'Ei , . l VQ ' e I 5, I A ' Al sl Hzlfp ,xg MR. JOSEPH KIRSHBAUM MR, OSCAR ZIEGLER Direrlor, Sflmol of Mum' Piano 12 YM Cfafweo, 31 BILLIE BOLES Brownsboro S4111 S0llt'i,' Apache Belle! J. T. BOONE Mt. Selman Phi Them Kappfzq Biology L.1hor.1Iory A5Ji,r1.1nl GANELLE BRAKEBILL Tyler Pow lVoa' Smffg Future Terzrhern Speerh Club C. L. BRALY, JR. Bullard T. C. Farm and Rfmrh Club Sup , NELWYN ALFRED Tyler Sam Soufig Aparhe Belle! PAT ALFORD Tyler Sam S0llfi,' Ajmfhe Bellef Pou' ll"'ou' 51.1ff,' VifePfef1den1 Ffefhfrzfnz Clll,f,I,' Sludenf Council GLENDA ALSTON Tyler Aim Kulfi Kula WILTON BEGGS Ben Wheeler Phi Them Kappa H , Wg! 'Ui -an-owl Likkv Wir? EDNA BREWSTER Linclale Alta Kula Kulag Choir JOE BRIGHT Mineola Fooihall BOB BROUGHTON Tyler JOYCE BROWN Tyler T0-Kalou, Sefremry,' Aim Kula Kulag Pau' U"0u' Sfdfff Ajmhe Bellexq Phi Them Kappa gggwgfg ,i!r"X -usd' 39 Nfl, -er' 'Q' ,,"!',"g. LOYCE BROWN Tyler T0-Kalon, Vire-Preyidefztf A1141 Kulx Kullzg Aparhe Belleyy Phi Them Kapp.1,' P010 W'0w Stuff, Auiymzzl Edilorg' E11- gir1eer'J Club. CARROLL BRYANT Tyler Baptift Siudent Union, Prefidezzh' Phi Them Kappa, TfFdJIlf6f,' Phyyirx Lahomlory Affimznt FRED BUCHANNAN Tyler Bandg Lai Maxramf BETTY CAGLE Chapel Hill To-Kalonf Alla Kula Kula: Bapiixt Slu- dezzt Uniong Apufhe Staff gr- YE: 1 5 l is N will ' s',L YI? Q' r NEVILLEDEEN CROFFORD Quitman Aim Kula Kula: Brzptirf Sludenf Uziion: Choirq Lax Miiffamf JERRY DOGGETT Tyler Phi Them Kappizq Kappa Sigma Lfllllbddf Baud LAWRENCE LEE DORSETT Tyler Baiidp Geology Lnhrmzlory Auijnvzf ANDY DOWDLE Van Ealgizzeefir Clzzh si l Sup , NORMA JEAN CAMPBELL Flint Phi Theta Kappag Alta Kula Kula TRAVIS CLYBURN Bullard ERMA LEE COOLEY Chandler Aim Kula Kulag Future Teafhe1'J,' Phi Them Kizppuq Sludent Counfilg Sophomore Clan Secfelary ANITA CREMER Tyler Apache Beliefg To-Kaiozig Lai Mizymrayq Choirp Aim Kula Kula 'Qu 13? 8- Q,-and '53 Q I-1 '-' '.r- Y ' . r ,LV F Q if :fry ,f ' lf. 5 ' Wi", .iw j 16 !l x 6 S -c'--w l BOBBY DOWELL Mineola Kappa Sigma Llmzbdu, preyidwzl Plvi TZ7t'f,l Kfzppaq Pou' ll"0u' Smfff Fzrnzre Tearlaertr ERNEST ELLIOTT Tyler Preyidezzt Fwfbfllml Cll1,r,r,' l"7lL'L'-Pl'c'Ild?IIl Srnlbbonzwe Clfmg Kappa Sigmlz Lfmzbdll: Sfzzdfut Cozuzrilq lVl90'J llybo in College! of Amerim BETH ELLIS Chandler Alla Kula Kula: Lay MLzfmra5 Apafbe Bellefq Speeflf Clubl JACK F ENNELL Gilmer Football 1' ,ikwm 'QM "i."L!v f I I 7 ',1 3 if -vw L. D. HARDY Henderson T. 1. C. Farm mid Rrlllfb Club JUNE HART Longview PM Tlvem Ix'r1pjn1,' Edimr uf 1176 AfnlrfJu,' l'1a'6-P1e,rh1'cl1l, 5.1111 50110: .Aprltxhcg Bf'Ile,v,- Alle: Kula Kula DANNY HOLLAND Van Krfjvjnz Sl-Qlllrl I.r1bn1dr:,'- ElIgjI1c'6I',J' Clnbf L.1,f A'l.1Jf.1z'.1,x,' TFIIIILY JEAN HOUSE Tyler Ajmrlve Baller Suu Swzci, P.11'li.m1ezlmrirlrz M HAROLD GREENWOOD New Summerfield JIMMY GUYTON Big Sandy WAYNE HAMILTON Tyler Kuflju Sigmrz Lrmzlydrz BROOKS HARDEE Chandler Krlf7f7rl Sigzmz Lambda 41" lim bf x 11" 47? CONNIE HOWARD Tyler Sm1.r,S011ri,' Apafbe Beller BERT HUDDLESTON Mineola Blum' IlfI.n1.1ger,' Altmflye Plm1ugr.1j7lJer.' Chain' Pau' Smff, Bzuizzefr Mmmgw' JERRY HYDE Tyler Upon' Brmd: Kappa Sigma Lamlzdd, Vita Preyidezzl DOROTHY JACKSON Winona Afmrbe Bellefg To-Klzlwzq Aim Kula Kula bv Qnffr ibn- 19 in-9' ri lf-?' 1 iv- MARGARET JACKSON Brownsboro Af7.Il'b67 Baller- Phi Them Kappa: Alt.: Kal.: Kulnq 5.1115 Suzzfiq Pou' ll"auf Stuff JOAN JENKINS Tyler Apafbe Belley NOEL KING Gilmer Band: Kappa Sigma Lambda Jo ANN LANEY Troup Band: Choir: Dame Band: Arla Kula Kula ,f L4 if 5' Tir' usual .. If ,. s vf fal- CHARLES MQKINNEY Tyler JOHN MCMILLON Dallas PM Them Kappag Football: SlIld?llI Counfil, Preridenz Smfe Onzlioaz W'im1er SISSIE MALONE Mineola Apafbe Belief SUE MARTIN Troup Cboirg Fufzzre Tearherf, Vire- Pre.fider1f,' Atta Kula Kula, 5'efre1m'y,' Apufbe Stuff, Asfiffmzl Edilorg Bundy Pla! Them Kappag To-Kalon SUSIE LANIER Arp Cbeerlendery Homeroming Queeng Sam Sourif Alla Kula Kulag Aparhe Slaffg Sludent Councilg Band DE LOIS LEDBETTER Tyler Apache Szaffg Apache Bellefg Atta Kula Kulug To-Kalon BENNIE JEAN LUCKEY Arp Bfvzdf Choir: To-Kalonj Alta Kula Kulag Fulure Tenrberf BILLIE MCELROY Carlisle To-Kulon sux A . BILLY DAN MAYO Van Engineeflf Club JAMES MULLENAX Palestine Baudg Aparbe Four Quayle! MAC MULLINO Winnsboro Burirzeff Club RALPH MURAD Tyler Sludeuf COIIIIIH, Viv e-P1'eJiden1,' Kappa Sigma Lambda: Engifzeefr Club is f STANLEY MUSICK New Summerfield CLAUDE L. OBAR Troup Pbi Tbefa Kappa: Eugizzeefs Club LOUIE O'NEAL Winona Kappa Sigma Lambda BOBBY PAGE Leveretts Chapel Football ' ERNEST REECE Dallas Foolball ROBERT REECE Tyler Efzgirzeefy Club WANDA ROBERTSON Van Alla Kula Kulnq To-Kalonj B.1pli,f1 51111276111 Union: Cboirg Speefb Club BILLY ROBINSON Rusk Football GAINES PAINE Tyler CAROLYN PINKERTON Tyler Aparbe Bellefg Aim Kula Kulag Apache Smff: Sflldtjlll Comzfil, Sefrem1'y,' Sam Sour! PHIL POINT Hawkins Bundy Cbnir, I"ire-P1'e,vide11I,' Bajffijl Slzzdenl LlI1l0lZ,' Mufif Llzlmmlory Terbzzifimz WILBERN PRESSWOOD Joaquin Foolblzll 225555273 l 'limi DAVID ROUSSEAU Henderson Choirj Bur Driver JOHN SALEH Tyler Pow Wow Staff HUNTER SCHMIDT, JR. Tyler Pow W'ow Staffg Srhool Photographer JOANNE SCHWARTZ Tyler Pow W'ou', Editorg Atta Kula Kula, Preridentg Phi Theta Kappa, Reporterg To-Kalon, Hir- ioriarzg Secretary Frerhmarz Clamp Student Courzfil Yusuf 'F-Tr-, 's Q, -, x -.n , W2-W 'ig CATHERINE SELLARS Tyler Pow Wfou' Stafff Sam Souri, Ruyh Captainq Aparhe Bellefq Future Tearherfg ,Atta Kula Kula ANNA Sl-IARMAN Lindale Choir, Secretaryq Baptirt Student Urziorz, Sofia! Chairman Alta Kula Kula, Sofia! Chatr- marig Future Tearhersg Stoner and Bonef, JAMES SITTON Laneville Baxhethall ALBERT SMITH Pine Hill Preriderzl Sophomore Clarfg Stu- dent Courzrilg Cheerleader MF +9-f-4' ,..x""?g" K MARY NELL TATE Chapel Hill Atela Kula Kulag To-Kalon Prexidenlg Future Tearberf MARIE TODD Tyler Aparbe Bellefg To-Kalonq Alla Kula Kula MARY JANE TOMPKINS Carthage To-Kalonf Alla Kula Kula GORDON TWITTY Palestine Bundy Pow Wow Smff :ff yjp' J DOYLE WALLACE New Summerfield MARGIE WALLACE Dallas Cheerleaderf Apache Belief,- Sazzx Souri, Prefidenl CAROLYN Jo WHITE Tyler Sam Souri, Cofrefporzding Serrefaryg Phi Thela Kappa Aparhe Slaffg Apache Bellex Atfa Kula Kula W. E. WHITESIDES, JR. Franlcston M4535 Q The E, 5 'Y 6-vs.-if ilr"'f .Qfihf MELYNDA WILSON Arp Phi Theta Kappa, Serrefaryg Alfa Kula Kula, Vice-Pfexidenf Apache Sfaff, Affiftanl Editory Band ERNEST WINFREY Henderson Foolhall JOBY WITT Hughes Spring Foolhall CARY WOFFORD Tyler Foolhall 'Of' ,wi 2? 4- gym., we---fi" Anita concentrates on the formula 1 1 uf C. W. WOMACK, JR. Arp Aparbe Slafff Band: Engirzeeff Club SONIA YAZBECK Tyler Sam Souriq Aparbe Belief me "Brain Trust" in Organic Chemistry Lab W as Cham, , i fpdk ,,-,,,'wmw-wrn.--f- A A SOPHOMORES li rREsHMEN Prey, ,,,,4,, ,,......,., ,,,...., A I bert Smith ii i Prev. ,,,. ..,... ,,,..... h . C. Holt V, Prey, ,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.. - Ernest hlliott V. Prey. ...,..., David Lunceford Ser, ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,.. E rma Lee Cooley Ser. ..e,... .C Jessie Clark ,N I A.-4 27 EARLENE ANDERSON Canton BARBARA BAIRD Tyler DOROTHY ANN Frankston A-fe 3 fX JAMES BARRY Chapel Hill AMY BEAIRD Grand Saline MARY BEARD Frankston BAKER in-f"'X -af-0 "fQ,,r -un:-X bn X l l . 'G' GQ. , an-H.. C' lL"flX S -gi-up ur 'F 'I 'mea M. C. AKIN jefferson agp.-. LARRY ALEXANDER Gaston MAX ALLDREDGE Palestine LM miter.-a: WALLACE BARBEE Chapel Hill BUDDY BARRETT Madisonville FAYE BARRON Laneville . I I ihwax gl E Y if lla"'7"?'s, E, ff I i fi if LE ROY BERRYIVIAN Chapel Hill NAOMI BIRDVUELL Franlcston BEVERLY BIRKEL Tyler f Q JAYNIE BOYD Palestine WANDA BOYD Tyler PEGGY BRELSFORD Tyler Y' Jesu e cs l lg ivg' , R iw T ,V .Y IX R A 'Ei A L JOHN BURKE Tyler LEGRAND CARNEY Tyler LARRY CARNS Port Arthur 'inf' CHARLES CAMPBELL Palestine JESSE CLARK Tyler MARTHA CLEMENTS Bullard 4' 1'-f 159' f M DELLA ,IO BROCK Whitehouse LAVERNE BROOKS Henderson PATSY BRYANT Leveretts Chapel . ! . A 'R' , lf A X f J 3 Q fl X ' 3 - you Q Q. f--CN nu A-'T I' br- Qf- -5- l""'7 MARTHA CARSON Palestine TOMMY CARTER Cold Springs 1 WINSTON CARTER S Tyler AJ it 5, S 'G I A 'I'-if? A is-4 up-N.-Q JAMES CURRY Lindale CAROL CURTIS Mineola DICK DALE Winona MARY LEE DOGGETT Tyler JIMMY DOUGLAS Van BILLY DRIGGERS Bullard 'YW'-r 47" MARY CLEMENTS Whitehouse DAVID COLLINS Kansas City, Missouri FAY COOK Tyler 'H in . f I if is in ' 1 fl f .J X f' EUGENE DESLOTTE Van JIMMIE DICKEY Palestine ALINE DISMUKE Palestine J.. paw 423 1 Q in-f W' . W mr- lvl, ' x J fl i C, C, I RODDY DUNN Tyler JOHN EADY Palestine JOI-IN EDMONSON Tyler ELIZABETH ELLIS Frankston JUANITA EMMONS Chapel Hill CARMEN EVANS Rusk KENNETH FOSTER Ft. Worth DANNY FULLER Tyler DELPHINE GIBSON Greggton HERBERT GRIMES Palestine GLENDA HARDEGREE Ben Wheeler CECELIA HARRIS Henderson Tiki' 'mn 'E' ,gg V ,4,..,.v - w..,,,.,.,,, Et is ' V in -a ci fm 2 Q 3- Xgsd tx qs " Q x is 'l i I t ,.A1 ggi. Q N xg was 4 A, +4 uk' I' 'slgsf' THOMAS EVANS Hawkins WILLIAMS FIELDS Troup ANN FORD Tyler DOLLY GIBSON Tyler JOHN GILLEY Tyler GLENDA GRANTHAM Galveston is' ' 'Y.,,'f'9 RICHARD HARVEY Hfvb, Mn. Tyler 53 X MALCOM HASSELL Q ' Neches ROLAND HEAD XM Tyler X I N. 1 , nr Ik x BILL HOLBERT if A M I , , Mt. Vernon 2451 tl X 'al' "'k TAYLOR HOLLEY ,V , N, A 5 r ,, Winnsboro ,ff '-f If X , -W Q E, C. HOLT 'fl JK J I ' f A A I ' Tyler 'gg' K -,QQ 1 Y QE 5 ' ' N : lr- 'ff ,lf ax? A I 'W DAN HORTON 5, All di. ' V1 Tyler E M I W, WELDON HOWARD Q Nz '. M f Arp -gi. - 0 K:-'f -' I A N 1 RACHEL JACKSON 4 .1 Tyler , Q. 4, XX I ,XX K A K., ' I-4 " 's wh F ,FERRY JONES D X, I .I in I Tyler A222 .gg fl. 4. di' BETTY JUNE KEY Q1 Ak Carlisle E Q rv A HQ A 'wg-'wr JULIA KIRBO f 'W Quitman ' x 'J " -' A N, ki 4 Y' 3 ffm' 4 A ffsw 'f l A BLAIR LACEY Q I Palestine A I in 8 j BENNIE RAY LACEY bv ' Summerfield -42, JOHN R. LARISON 253. Tyler fi 5.3 32 BARBARA LEWIS Tyler EARLENE LIVELY Palestine LOU LOW Quitman M L fx -fe-1-v . I . X I X . EDSEL LOVING Linclale DAVID LUNCEFORD Van SUE LYBRAND Van Qu, V 01.1 TNQ, - 'Q 7 me v ' Wh. BILLY CHARLES MALONE f-.. 'vu .1-.fi eg, .119 1 f mv- I mm.. 47 JACK LOWE Palestine ,IIMMIE LOUGHMILLER Canton ROSS LOVE Cb--l ' IVY' Grand Saline sgfk 4117? '31 3? , if I + Q BREWISTER LYNCH E ' Bullard 5' TACK LYNCH. IR. TNQ' Tyler DICK MCCARTY Tyler 9 .pq .os Tyler CI-ILOE ANN MANKIN Tyler JANICE MATI-IIS ,Ioinerville kd Qx X .iw- 5' ,fm . C. L. NIX Laneville RALPH NORRELL Tyler LANNY NORRIS Tyler QW-rx al' lon sv-' ini ins ,X-ai, -0 if ...gi PATTY NELL PARKER Henderson PHYLLIS PATRICK Frnnkston MELTON PATTE RSON Chapel Hill 'Q-.... A ... -f,-Uqaqg. .2 W1 Q A fi 34 gl! .I 'v'24'. 1 ! BITSY MITCHELL Tyler CHARLES MOORE Grand Saline. SUE NELSON Hawkins ROBERT O'NEAL Chapel Hill THOMAS PAGE Canton JAMES PARKER Arp CHARLOTTE PEDEN Van DAVID POINT Hawkins ALERA POOVEY Henderson A .f w VERA POOVEY Henderson TREVELYN POWELL Atlanta City KARL OWEN PRIDDY Tyler 5 xxx... Ir- "Qi, Qs ,F 'luv- 'k"""lg, 'Nur INQ- EDDIE XV. RASMUSS EN an Canton v--..... WILLIAM A. RENICK lr-' as J Tyler '.'r W' BETTY RIVES J Henderson I I ' J Q A I. MILDRED SANDERS - K.. 3, - 4 i 4:2 Chapel Hill fi? y h ' ' JERRY SAVAGE I., - 1- Grand Saline ' fr' Y I y, -f-""' FRANKLIN SHIVERS ,, 1 'K Q3 f .Uv ' ' . Van J A fl' N J I 1 I 1 I I . 'X 1 . , f I A ll 1. - lk X DOYLE SITTON 0 U Laneville Wu VALETA SMITH Y'-7 Tyler KENNETH IAMES STEPHENSON Tyler PEGGY STEWART Tyler :L MARY ,IANE STROKER Tyler iq,-f E, MARGIE SXVILLEY Q:-1: Tyler 35 Y ' F in 'ln X BECKY TAYLOR Henderson CHARLES THOMAS Nederland FAY TILLISON Henderson il- , "If" ROGER WALKER Quitman BILLIE MARIE WALLER Gaston CHARLES WARD Palestine WILLIAM H. WISNER Mineola JEAN WORTHAM Lindale IVEL WRIGHT Palestine 43 A p ,nf fi, Me., 2 ' Pl Preparing for the photographer. SHIRLEY ZWAN Tyler Sophomore nurses in the Mother Frances Hospital Pharmacy. WF?-P' 37 'Uacatianaf ,ww , W A. H 6 --W ,: ,mf 1 . 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Tlvinf Rllllf Doris Bizzell, Nettie M.1rsh.1ll, Ruhy Tippett, Lutille Long, Lillie Gulherie. Folzrllv Row: Lula Gibbs, Pauline King, Irene Russell, jewel Green, Pearl Redford. llIlfI'1llxff7I'I Mary Thornton, R. N. Balicunatcwy, lwining 38 .97 ' Z -fi' SYBLE BAILEY Wells JHORIDGE BRENTS Tyler BETTY DRAPER Marietta MARTHA GLENN Palestine MYRA HATHAXWAY Sulphur Springs GVUENDOLYN HEWITT Lindale MARTHA HUDSON Henderson SUE HUMAN Tyler LYLA MCTAGGART Emory MAXINE MAXWELL Minden OLLIE MAE PRIOR Henderson BETTY RUTH RICHARDSON Livingston CARMELITA ROGERS Marshall MARY SMITH Longview GENNIE SPRUELL Gladewater NANCY STEFFEY Atlanta RAMELLE TOMBLIN Atlanta KITTY YOUNG Cleveland, Ohio 'L , . N, bf vm -vw fs-r' I .YH L 8, Wa- X' 5 B X - , Q 4 Q' E' 1 i f w A w. fs., A v I I x 7- nf 'QT K 15' Us A.. 44.39 1' Q 'i n'i -, ,L ,, 5' ' ,-S r :E-,famwqf W . - I i 1 5 f if, li , I I ' 5 ANN CASON Chandler 1 , ...L1"i'1 ?' I .1 8 JUNE MURPHY Gainesville l "-ws' , A ROMOLA ELLIS SHIRLEY MORGAN Tyler Tyler .7 4' 'Si '27- 'dn- SYBIL ORMAN DELLA ROWETT Muskogee, Oklahoma Tyler T l FRANCES STILES Tyler 'Sv- INEZ SULLIVAN BEATRICE THOMAS Palestine Tyler 40 New Q ,Q .,, xv, J ,we ,1 g V Z ,xg ,ff ,4 9 uchefw eo, Wav? xwnsap D , , , - sfi"'f' ' PA SNEED TSY BARBARA ALFORD SUE NELSON f 0 SUSIE LANIER ALBERT SM '3 :af -S' 1 S 4 .Z 1 E MW' v k ,, sf 's1P1Zs3W'W: ., V' Wd, if wg, ,,.A.X ....f ff - g ,.,g,,,Y'iIffv, , . Hua ,.w. Y ' :' 1 M2-w My f ,,,,, . . ,HN 'WR "-....., ---X 'HHN .MW ' .-" T' 1 ,M 41 'if 'ff -pix b -' Jw: f N, 1- ,, ww . W, , W, fair, , , ,1 J ' fl .S 3 ff A ' 0 A .wg ' l Jhk w ill T' H A! K- H 1" Lf V V g? if ,,2.fl'.'g, 'Mg-'yx . 3' BSEQBARA SNEED J., vi? W 1' ' 49 i ,:1w! ig , ,n pw, 'SSW 8 3 mg .X .- :q w , 15 uf ,355 WS M253 iz"- .fr- , , 5!?!5sJ-:- ,X . ws f f , ,f QW A . VANQ V46 V , :.J L M x 2' NELSON X K 'Sw jf Aww , ,.,, , ' SUE -.kk 3, Q N GKYSO XJEYXLY BE 45 X '4,H,XiL, :Q F' N " M . V BXLLY V! AYNE HAROLD RKQH ARDSON ANDREWS JO1-1 N McM1LLON ERN EST ELLIOT 46 .73eautieo, 47 ,f-1 JOHN ROBERT POWERS-Ozzr' fudg 48 3 ji 1 1 l 1 MOST BEAUTIFUL BARBARA SNEED DOROTHY JACKSON DELOIS LEDBETTER SUE ANN NELSON w, 'S' 'Wk.- JACKY JACKSON BEVERLY BIRKEL wax " Z-'A-wf. W., -..M , Q BEVERLY GIPSON PATSY ALFORD 52 , - ' .- V. ., ,,,,!. :gr MARGARET JACKSON CAROLYN PINKERTON A l9f19af1imw t U LES' .B BOBBY DOWELL Preifdezzl wg-J JERRY HYDE REX TEMPLETON WAYNE HAMILTON Vive-Prefidezzl Serreffzry-Trenmrer Hijfgy-img BROOKS HARDEE DONNY BROWN RALPH MURAD Pledge Mane: Pledge Lieufemmt Pledge Lieulefzmzl 54 6' BU FORD BARCLAY RAY BRANCH JERRY DOGGETT EDWIN EIKNER JERRY JONES Www' DANNY HOLLAND ff A JAMES MILLER T KENNETH PRUITT MAJOR SCI-IOENBRUN LOUIE O'NEAL THOMAS STRONG BILL PASTEUR W4 A955 . A ,f ROBERT WARREN wp' , MARY NELL TATE Prcfidwzl LOYCE BROWN Vive-Prcxidezzl JOYCE BROWN Surn't.11'y ANN MORROW Tre.z51n'er BETTY CAGLE Pldujgc' A'If.ff1'U U' BILLIE MQELROY ANI. Pludgc AU,rz'lc5,f JOH NNY ARMSTRONG Sjmzzmr 3 -6 '?'5" X iv S SOQCQQQQQ 9963960 0080164 P06-SGS ew va feed x,y,Q-L R6-3 QQSSXQ xi-+6 wc,-z.eL N.-My-V. fbxwva SWK?- 'am 9 wofaa- v,,? eil 5605 Qsovmlis O'-4 OS 'fig +2-4 Styx, '99 W, Sex vW25x, 4000 Ai Kin? N 'V S09 wfozms 2' sg I w 1 30 bv? dl yozlx UN 4 I r SINSY, 'iOYmY"XT'S vu Q O Sxuw, SAQLLCIZ MARGIE WALLACE Pfefidenz JUNE HART Vire-Prexidenz il! CATHERINE SELLARS CONNIE HOWARD BARBARA SNEED CAROLYN JO WHITE Rllib Cf1Pf4f'Y Rerording Serrelary Treayufer Corrafpondifzg Secretary JEAN HOUSE Pafliazzzenlarian ALICE RIVIERE Sf'7'dPb00k Keeper fin Q- WHMSA, PATSY ALFORD NELVUYN ALFRED ll L 4,2 4 3 Sefand Row: Billie Boles, Waxida Boyd, Jessie Clark, Mary Lee Doggett, Jeanne En land. Third Row: Selphine Gibson, Beverly Gipson, Roland Head, Margaret Jackson, Rachel jackson Fonrfla Row: Susie Lanier, Barbara Lewis, Chloe Mankin, Bitsy Mitchell, Carolyn Pinkerton 55 ,J ll ll il il ia ll? Lu ll ill u I in gi I C ii 4 li 1 l l i ly, if il Ili :Q li el is MARGIE SXWILLEY lil, soN1A YAZBECK l SHIRLEY ZWAN in il' l ll .ll 'in lin-nswswu My 17 ASSISTANT EDITORS-Melynda Wilson and Sue Martin EDITOR-June Hart glue apache BUSINESS MANAGER- Ralph Norrell CAMPUS LIFE-Beverly ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER-joe Wyad Gipson, Delphine Gibson ART-Roland Head Il-. BEAUTY DIVISION CLUBS DIVISION Susie Lanier, Martha Carson Betty Cagle, Carolyn White C. W. Womack, jerry jones Carolyn Pinkerton, DeLois Ledbetter SPORTS DIVISION PERSONALITY DIVISION 'ii I .Tour Staff Ann lford, iartoonist, puts the finishing touchcs on "Happy jack." Howard Wfisncr, Gancllc Brakcbill, Larry Aluxaiidcr, Bobby Dnwcll, -ind Marie Todd plan Pow Wfow layouts. ,i, K X w. ' ik ' P 1 13" T . yd :Ref ,.iw,,,, ,. 7' 'MQW Iffii: ri M34 S7 P.1t Alford gives assignments to Margaret jackson, Carol Wliitc, and Catherine Scllars. i is S President McMillon rondutts 21 typical meet- ing. Members pictured from left to right are Carolyn Pinkerton, Bennie Rue Laey, ,Ie55ie Clark, David Lunteford, E, C. Holt, Ernest Elliott, john MtMillon, Ralph Murad, Erma Lee Cooley, Albert Smith, and Sue Nelson. C2 ficew, JOHN MCMILLON Pfefiderzz CAROLYN PINKERTON Secrelxry RALPH MURAD Vire Prftridezzl Ql il I ,vf-hr, Q lf , ,Q Q lhyx "R, ,Y ' , .4 :-i fix x l f- 'Q i ,AH f It by Q ' 'R ffl iw R na I 'K g5f"z,,,,'i if ff xixgftf 5- if 3. sr" 4- 'R 7 'ffff' ' 1 .1 , pf, 1 1 -rx 1, , , 1 f 91,55 ' 43: fi f 3317 ., 1qJ1' Q EN, 1 sc as, 55 'a , 5 ,jig wx , T, 5 'A fJ,Ng Lg, y - - .A ,yy X Q- R41 ,M I asaxr. ,.-.' '-If . a 4 is , aiusg I , 49 43 I .Glu 1 1' U' :if if Fr OFFICERS Left In Rfgfvfi' SUE MARTIN ScPn'e'Lzry MELYNDA VUILSON Vire-Prexidezzl GLENDA HARDEGREE Pzzblirily MARX' CLEMENTS Progmmf JOANNE SCHWARTZ Preyidezzz ELIZABETH BRYLARLY Spozzmr YV- .7fap,pa OFFICERS JERRY DOGGETT President MELYNDA WILSON Serrelary CARROLL BRYANT Treafurer J. C. CALLAWAY Vive Prexidem' ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER of PHI THETA KAPPA, national honomry .rclfolaizir fraiernily ., .Ytfzfzdingz Norma Campbell, Erma Cooley, Sue Martin, Loyce Brown, Joyce Brown, Klzeefizzgz june Hart, Margaret Jackson, Melynda Wilson, Beth Stanger. Kenneth Pruitt, C. Callaway, jerry Doggett, Bobby Dowell, T. Boone, Fred Frick, Carroll Bryant, Wilton Beggs. l J .Thi lheta 1 W Aw .73ap,ti.o,t .Student 'llnfiwn W 7, ,f , Qt J-X'-Q 1 BJ, s lfvii iiibg ?'1'!.,,. A - Q l7rwzf Kong Carroll Bryant, Crrmen Izmns, Ncvilleoeen Crofford, Betty Cagle, Sammi Iqlfllf Della Brotk, M.1rtl1.1 flements, Glenda Grantham, Herbert Grimes, Frnest Iilliott. 'l frm! Ruff: julia XY'iley, XV.1nd.1 Robertson, Dorothy Baker, Bobby Llrison, fuk Lynth. S'llm11wr': Rev. Leo Rudd. L 1 4 3 -xi U53 h R-f-jx Q4 1? c'1srmf,4,F,W ' ., I cwngfff 'W'?1Sr HQ, ' Snapshots at B S U Convcntron 66 Maoavzao, Cast of "Angel Street X The Choir of Tyler junior College is a voluntary organization which is open to all students of the College. During the first semester the choir appeared at various high schools in the vicinity, During the second semester its efforts were concentrated on .1 five state tour with Memphis, Tenn, as its chief destination. The choir is con- ducted by Arthur Schoep of the Texas Eastern School of Music faculty. ,. , ...uw--4-H Bari' Rout: Nc-xilledeen Clroffnrd, Sue Martin, james Mullenax, james Smith, Dick Mc! arty, Rithard Harvey, Billy Hand, jo Ann Laney, Mary Ann Haw- thorne. lima! lwnt Glenda Gr.1nth.nn, Edna Brewster, Bennie jean Luckey, Dan Horton, li, C, Holt, .Ierry Doggett, jo Ann Morrow, Melynda Wilson, Wanda Robertson. - . , T . 7 A Strom! lwzi: Arthur Sclinep-Diret'mr, Martha Clements, Martha Carson, Elizabeth lflhs, Herbert Grimes, Kenneth Pruitt, Larry Alexander, Glenda Harde- Agree, Charlotte Peden, Anita Cremer, lfzvfuf Run: lfnntaine Zipf-AxirmuzpiizziiI tat pianoj, Carmen Evans, Marie Todd, Max Alldredlue, Phil Point, Gordon Twitty, Theron Pickle, Lanny Norris, Mary Clements, Betty Cagle. 68 -.axial xwunni- mm Q 1 Frou! Row: Harvey, Obdf-Pl'6.ffdElZf, Horton, Reel, Brown, Holland, Warren, BerryeSuv1'e!rzr'y, Burke. Bark Row: Womack, Wyatt, McCarty, LarisoneVire P1'c,fm'w1f, Mayo, I-land, Wom- ack, O'Neal, G. Burke, Walker Miss Mabel Williams-mfpomor. guhvtej Spoumr: Mrs. Mary Wallace ivlenzberrz Martha Clements Nelwyn Alfred Malcolm Hussell Larry Alexander Ganelle Brakebill Catherine Sellars Margaret jackson Bennie Jean Luckey Martha Carson jamie Loughmiller Bobby Dowell Speech 51912 my e,,,aq,,, nlfirif Rnir: Ganelle Brakebill, Jacky jackson, Amy Beaird, Carmen Evans. Suiwzif Row: jamie Loughmiller, jerry jones. I9i'wiilw1l Lanny Norris presides at a meeting. QF' 'E dia- LIBRARY INTERIOR Ufpaclqe .93eZZeo, and Hland V, ,1 " as L in 'I sf A' A. ,iw-F. ,.1 l ', ,gif 4' f I . aL1XT'Mf, il f V c,ww IX ff, - V A gg 'A anA31'Z1 ,df .4 I 5 61,412-Lisa. . fs X lxthoa-' .r-1.-f , J Pwj l N .. , , 1 A A Ma, f ..,,a, su- , -, .mw- .4 .- pw - l, ,P I' . . A,,ff.-'?- l 4 f . C. 3' M ' x f . 6 ,,,..v' 4. 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A 60 f s 5 5 nu' o f r' vfmv VT Y Wh 'Ur KD ' .A- 4-.1 X., - 1 -- Ms., .. 4 Q., - -.Y L 77 " A 'C "Af: ' ' ,...u.- .- Qfrmfgw ' 1 ' 1' Q-T, ,' Q - LD tx B N 'if lr .Ounce 4, .93and IST ROW: BUFORD BARCLAY, JOE MOORE, JERRY'HYDE, LARRY DORSETT. ZND ROW: FRED BUCHANAN, JOHN KNIGHT. .Wand Left lo Rigbli JERRY SAVAGE LARRY ALEXANDER JAMES MULLINAX DICK MCCARTX' SUSIE LANIER BEVERLH bIPSON ALBERT SMITH ROBERT WARREN DON WILLIAMS, LARRY ALEXANDER MARGIE WALLACE Piarziflz JO ANN LANEY A i 1: 'QV r' I r .7ffiP' Clthketico, ,au -'ln Un-.-h FLOYD WAGSTAFF-Hefzd Coach JAMES HALLMARK-Bdrkfield Comb ', nf I Pn- E? we Fi? , if? W kc 5. 2 ? MX if-,mfr 4 . ,.anf"""""'q JASPER FLANAKIN-Line Coarb 9. , Ambx I lfze Hhg Sm: Cfzampwvno, Top Row: Charles Thomas, Bill Robinson, Rusty Mitchell, Charles Stratton, Herschel Christian, Virgil Patton, David Lunceford, Bobby Allday, Bill Ralston, Billy Roberts. Third Row: Line Coach Flanakin, Ross 'Love, Bobby Page, Thomas Evans, Perry Smith, Bill Herchman, Bobby Owens,- Bill Gerdeman, Billy Wayne Andrews, Head Coach Wagstaff. Second Row: Cary Wofford, John McMillon, Ernest Winfrey, Neville Spires, Junior Deaton, Mack Pogue, joe Bright, jack Austin, joe Krysa, Backfield Coach Hallmark. Bottom Row: Jimmy Dickey, Wfilburn Presswood, jimmy Douglas, James Weaver, DeWitt LaRoux, Wayne Hill, joby Wfitt, L. T. Mobbs, Glenn Davenport, Bubba Peerson+Manager. The 1952 Apache team cannot boast of an undefeated season as can the teams of 1947 and 1951, but it was definitely not a weaker team than the others. The opposition was keener and more colorful perhaps than ever before in the history of football in Apacheland. The 9-2 record of the '52 Apaches is an impressive one in anyone's book. The lone losses were at the first of the season when the Tribe had only two previous games under its belt. The Apaches went on from there to beat the No. 2 team of the nation, Cameron, 69-0 and when the final game of the season against Kilgore came, the Apaches were equal to the best. The 1952 Apaches were the first to fail to play in a bowl game in many years, but this was not due to the lack of an invitation, but to the fact that no one could be secured to play the Apaches who would, offer sufficient competition. This, the team of 1952 is a team of which Apacheland and all of its fans and supporters can be justly proud. 83 ,ffl ALL AMERICAN Bobby Page becomes the third All-American Quarterback from Tyler Junior College. The honor is well deserved by the talented quarterback. He also made the All Conference team selected by the coaches of the Big Six Conference. His pre- decessors were his brother, Dan, and johnny Linney, outstanding quarterback of 1951. 84 M N mum, X MACK POGUE JOE BRIGHT BILL HERCHMAN 66 Canfe mance JOE KRYSA ERNEST WINFREY JIMMY DICKEY DEWIT1' LAROUX JOBY WITTE 4, :I if' K , .gIfI4,-ifx':f"V ff N 3 Q- 'E 5 5 2 3 if JOE KRYSA JOHN MCMILLON BILL ROBINSON BILL HERCI-IMAN End Bark Tackle Tackle Hudson, Mass. Dallas Rusk Vernon THOMAS EVANS APACHES CRUSH BUCCANEERS IN OPENING GAME The Apaches opened the '52 season with a lop-sided victory over Blinn Junior College of Brenham. Junior Dea- ton and jimmy Dickey turned in stellar performances to add their names to the galaxy of Apache stars. They each scored two touch- downs, while Herschel Christian and Glenn Davenport each account- ed for one. Rusty Mitchell kicked four out of five extra points. The final score read 40-0 in favor of the Apaches. End I Hawkins DAVID LUNCEFORD Tackle Van LUTHERANS ROLLED OVER IN SECOND APACHE GRID WIN The Apaches, in winning their second straight game, bull-dozed their way 223 yards "vw 'f' -' 4.' .,.- I Y 1. 86 on the ground 'and went an- other I49 via the aerial route. For the second consecutive game, the enemy was held scoreless. Mack Pogue, with 5.6 yard average and 16 car- ries, and james Weaver, with a 5.3 average on 16 tries, led the ground game and account- ed for one tally each. Krysa and Davenport each scored twice and Mitchell made six successful conversions. The game ended Tyler 42-Texas Lutheran O. MACK POGUE JIMMY DOUGLAS ERNEST WINFREY BOBBY PAGE Bark Bark End Back Sulphur Springs Van Henderson Leveretts Chapel WHARTON SMASHES HOPES FOR UNDEFEATED SEASON The Wharton Pioneers played a near perfect game in handling the Apaches their first regular season defeat since Compton in 1950. The valiant Apaches played a hard fought game, but the Pio- neers would not be denied victory. junior Deaton scored the Tribe's lone touchdown with only two min- utes and 32 seconds left in the game. The Pioneers ruined the Apache dreams of an undefeated season, 14-6, but Tyler' played a great ball game and had nothing to be ashamed of. HARD FIGHTING APACI-IES BOW TO VIKINGS 20-14 The Vikings of Del Mar gave the Apaches their second consecutive loss. This was the first time in history that the Apaches have lost two grid contests in a row. The Apaches led by a score of 14-13 until the last minute and fifty seconds of the game when Del Mar ran 63 yards for a TD. This game was truly the heart breaker of the year for the Apaches and Apache fans. Tyler was in control of the game except for three "way-out" TD's made by the visitors. Tyler played a hard fought game and can well be proud of it. BOBBY ALLDAY Emi Texas City Mack Pogue M65 gains 12 yards around VIRGU- PATTON right end in Del Mar game. B405 Vernon 87 JIMMY DICKEY JOE BRIGHT CHARLES STRATTON CARY WOFFORD Iizlf Burk Gilhlfd End Cenler Galena Park Mineola Tyler Tyler WILBLTRN PRESSWOOD Half Brick APA! TIES SHOW' OLD FORM AS NORTH TEXAS B GOES DOXVN 20-O lflashing Apache form of old, the braves of TIC broke their two game losing streak by downing the hefty North Texas B Team, JU-U. This made the third time the A31 Apaches had held the foe scoreless. The Tribe scored in each of the first three quarters. They rode the passing of Bolwby Page, the running of Glenn Davenport, jimmy Dickey, flames Wfeaver, and Virgil Patton, and the clearing-away johs of the entire for- ward wall to victory. . Weaver f45j skips over tackle in Joaqum North Teaxs B game. JACK FENNELL G mud Gilmer TRIBE SLIPS PAST VICTORIA The Apaches were given quite a scare in the Victoria Junior College game. The Tribe could not manage to score until the final period to edge the Pirates. The Pirates threatened several times but were never able .F pw, at P.. . ,'.g-ha., , 88 to score, thus making them- selves the fourth team of l952 to he held scoreless by the ever improving Apaches. Billy Andrews played for the first time this season carry- ing the pigskin 36 yards in 16 tries. This was the first and last game of the season due to his injuries. Dickey plunged over from t.he one foot line for the only tally of the game. Rusty Mitchell converted and the score read 7-0 for the Apaches. pw 19 Q, ,, 2, M .4545 N5 ,M N W lx A M -wig fl. V-M .gg 0 1 fin P?" N -C ,L - ,, , ,Q ,. if Q , fl' ix my ,SE , 3 W 1,1 y iif KA is 0 S 3 5 ,Q f nw ? . f R. a x 1 X 1 ' B , 'aww -M,-J' 5-. f 'Q x,. T-4 1 ,f . .f sw? wwf. thug! l TOMMY BRUNDRETT GLENN DAVENPORT JACK AUSTIN WAYNE HILL Half Bark Full Hilti- Glltlfal Half Burl? Baytown Lufkin Valiant, Oklahoma Daingerfield JAMES XVEAVER Half Bari Fort Viforth APACHES SMEAR CAMERON AGGIES IN GAME OF YEAR The mighty Apaches really proved themselves a power in Junior College circles by smearing the Aggies of Cameron, Oklahoma. Camer- ly favored by most scribes on went into the game slight- and carrying an 8 to 1 record, but carrie out defeated 69,0 by the amazing Apaches. The Aggies were the No, 2 team of the nation, while the Apaches were not even in the top ten up until this time. The Aggies were speechless and all they could say was, "THEY XVERE JUST TOO GOOD EOR US!" In this game, the Apaches reached their peak. They showed that they were as powerful as any of the former great Apache Pogue goes 65 yards on first play after half for a TD. Dickey throws the block teams. The Apaches scored three touchdowns in the first period of play and from then on it was the Apaches game. The Tribe's defense was outstanding and the of- BILLY XVAYNE ANDREWS Half Bari Malakoff fense was magnificent. Cameron was the sixth team to be held scoreleess by the black and gold. Tyler can well be proud of this, the game of the year. l L I I I 90 PERRY SMITH JUNIOR DEATON BILLY ROBERTS NEVILLE SPIRES End Half Brick Guard Guard Houston Texas City Henderson 7 Guard TRIBE RIPS DRAGONS 54-13 TO CLINCH TIE FOR BIG SIX TITLE The Apaches overcame the stubborn Paris Dragons before a homecoming crowd 1 Dickey runs deep into the Dragon terri- tory as the Apaches win 34-15. of -1,500 fans. It was any- body's game at the half, but the Tribe as usual, made most of their touchdowns in the second half, increasing the six point lead at half-time to twenty-one when the final whistle blew. Page tossed two touchdown passes and Dickey accounted for one. On the re- ceiving end of the passes were Winfrey, Krysa, and Ev- ans who fell out of bounds on the one foot line. The Tribe played an outstanding game of which they can be proud. APACHES BRAND THE RANGERS, 41-15 The powerful Apaches wrapped up the Big Six Conference Championship for the second straight season by crushing the gallant, but out-manned Kilgore Rangers, 41-13. Thus closing the sea- son with an enviable record of nine victories and two de- feats. All-American Bobby Page called a flawless game as he led the Tribe to its fourth victory over Kilgore since the rivalry began in 1947. The only thing the Rangers could say was, "THERE'S JUST NO DE- FENSE FOR A CLUB LIKE THAT!" Mack Pogue led the ball carriers with 121 yards and 3 TD's. This, the game of games for the Apaches made the 1952 season truly 1 success. Patton breaks through the Rangers to gain yardage for the Apaches. JOHN GI LLEY H al f Bark Tyler 91 CHARLES THOMAS Tackle Nederland x1l5v'M1J'JYl'n'xxIgfYl'r0'u. Jlm--v--v u-14. :,u.mf--www? .-. ,,-,X .,q- M. X ,u,m. if W .QQ may 4 8 , 3, J Mi A v .. Q ' A-a .' .dl .1 .fs zwmvwmaemw , S 15 5 Jr Q ff ,. ' , , wx fr ss' 'W .X Q 1 . Q 3' .Bw 'K -ix ' r 1, -be 'Li 4 . N, ,y at if .lv THE APACHE BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1952-53 Fifi! Row: Don Woodall, joe Lindsey, Kellis White, David Hobson, Harold Rich- ardson, and Tommy Sawyer. Second Row: Coach Floyd Wagstaff, james Sitton, Burl Plunkett, C. L. Nix, james Edelen, and Kenneth McAninch. The 1953 Apaches have seen another very successful season although there were only two returning lettermen, Burl Plunkett and james Sitton. The Tyler junior College Apaches were the host for the annual regional cage tourney, which de- cided the cage representative for the National junior College Tournament in Hutchin- son, Kansas. As The Apache went to press before the basketball season was complet- ed, we were unable to name the final winner of conference or regional play. The Apache quintet, however, had lost only six games while winning twenty-seven. T. 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BE SURE T0 PROVIDE ADEQUATE WIRING FOR THESE IMPORTANT HOME APPLIANCES: Television Food Freezer Radio Ironer Floor Lamps Refrigerator Sun Lamp Dryer Table Lamps Electric Clock ' .bg . ,kr fi 'tiv- V H-',,, TEXAS POWER 8. LIGHT COMPA DENNIS FINANCE 81 INSURANCE Tyler, Texas AUTO FINANCING and GENERAL INSURANCE I I2 S. College Phone 4-6648 - f as IIQ' as-I4 Nxt I 0 OIDOIXIS I 112 HARVEY PONTIAC CGMPANY Sales and Service IO7 N. Bonner Phone 4-6606 llm TYLER TEXAS LAUNDERERST Comp ' en+s of PHONE 4-663 I DRY CLEANERS THE CRESCENT LAUNDRY Incorporated Complimenfs of B E L K'S HOME OF BE1'rER VALUES S. G. FRY THEATRES LIBERTY THEATRE JOY THEATRE BERRY CIGAR 81 CANDY CO., Inc. KI DDS DAIIQV and ICE "You Can Why? Our Cream - But You Can? Beat Our Milk" GPGJQ HAH PAs'rEumzED 1HOMOGENlZED, MILK AND CREAM TYLER, TEXAS c1.'. arris Qmffg TUQUIS 311013 YO UR HOME OF FINE PASTRIES BERGFELD SHOPPING CENTER ,Ay ., TEXAS T .mf fs- 1 ,557 fi ,I 'T yn- . . 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