University High School - Spirit Yearbook (Waco, TX)
- Class of 1956
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E. M. DENNARD A. R. DOWNING
Superintendent Waco Assistant Superintendent
Public Schools Waco Public Schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Seated: William E. Darden, Dr. Howard Dudgeon, Jr., Vice President: Walter B. Dossett,
President, Pat Taggart. Standing: J. E. Crews, Secretary and Business Manager, Franklin
Smith, A. R. Downing, Assistant Superintendent, E. N. Dennard, Superintendent, C. V.
Anderson, Peeler Williams, Jr.
W. O. GRIFFIN
Students and Faculty of University High
There is a gradual growth in public respect and esteem re-
garding this institution. This accomplishment has been the
direct result of the efforts of many worthy students, faculty
members, and patrons.
As the school becomes more prominent, greater responsibil-
ity rests on all of us to be worthy representatives. Let us all
assume our share of this responsibility in our daily work here
and as we come in contact with others elsewhere.
MR, ADRIAN C. LUNDAY
Assistant Principal, B.A., M.S.
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MRS. KATHERINE MRS. WANDA ORMEL I. BOYD JESSE CARRELL MRS- ELVICE
ALEXANDER BEEMAN B.S., M.E. B.S., M.S. Ind. Co-op CLEMENTS
B.A., Eighth Grade B.A., Seventh Grade Voc. Agriculture Tr. B-B-A-, M.S., Math
and Rd. and SD.
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H. G. PEARSON
Bill Fowler attended Temple High School where he played football, lettering two
years. At the University of Texas he played freshman football until a leg iniury
forced him to quit. He was also a member of the varsity boxing team. After three
years of college Mr. Fowler ioined the Coast Guard. He served in the Coast Guard
during World War ll. Later he attended Baylor University where he obtained his
Bachelor of Education degree. ln 1949 he became head coach in both football and
basketball at University High. He has won several district championships in basket-
ball and lost the '53 football championship on an official's blunder. Although
picked for the cellar in a higher district this year, CUniversity moved from AA to
AAA in football and basketballj University finished in a tie for fourth in a field of
eight. This surprising showing of the football team earned him the title Coach of
the Centex Super Squad and nomination for statewide Coach of the Year.
Jasper Garland came to University High in 1950 as assistant coach to Coach
W. C. Fowler. Mr. Garland has been assistant coach in football from that time until
now except for the year 1952 when he went back into the Air Force. He has a
B.S. and an M.A. degree from Baylor and is still attending Baylor working on his
Doctor's Degree. Mr. Garland was state Badminton Champion for the years 1948,
'49, and '50 and if you ever see him play you can tell that he is a great master
of the game. Last year he was appointed basketball coach of the "A" team after
coaching the "B" team the preceding years. His last year's team was given a trophy
for the best disciplined team in the Belton tournament. Coach Garland is liked by
"Hogo" Pearson is a graduate of Baylor University which he attended five years
and has a B.S. and an M.A. degree. Mr. Pearson was a great baseball player for
Baylor and had an illustrious career at catching for the Bears. He lettered four years
in baseball, was all-conference catcher three of those years, and was captain of the
team his senior year. Mr. Pearson came to our school in 1951. He has been the
coach of the varsity "B" team two years in a row now. ln basketball he has been
"B" team coach the last two years also. The "B" team last year won 10 and lost 13
and this year, in tougher competition, they have won 13 and lost only 4 for a very
fine season. Out of the five years that Mr. Pearson has been baseball coach, he has
coached the Troians to the District Championship four out of those five years.
"Hogo," which is not really Mr. Pearson's name but iust a name given to him for
his initial name of H. G., has played semi-pro baseball each year since he graduated
from Baylor. Each summer after school is out he heads for New Ulm, Minnesota
for whom he plays baseball. ln the five years of semi-pro ball his team has won
the State Championship two out of five years and he, himself has made the All-
Star team every year.
FOOTBALL " " TEAM
Bottom row: Jay Gardner, Stan Price, Royce Daily. Second row: Lewis Propst, Lanny French, Homer
Moeller, Mr. Garland, Mr. Fowler, James Davis, Wendall Crunk, Satch Gonzales. Third row: Stanley
Rentz, Frazier Ellis, Pat Henderson, Robert Duty, Raymond Kaluza, George Jurecka, Tommy Dennard,
Bill Moeller. Fourth row: Pat McNamara, Bobby Buffington, Bobby McDaniels, Dorman Chambers,
Dan Hoffmeyer, Bill Curry, Robert Payne, Bob Segrest.
"B" TEAM SCORES
JAMES KIRKPATRICK, Quarterback vvooois ROWELL, Guard McGregor University oooo
DON BROCE, Quarterback DANNY WOODS, Guard Corsicana Univergitya 4
BILL MEIER, Quarterback LARRY BROWN, Guard Bryan iip- University ffi-
JOHNNY ERICKSON, Quarterback HOWARD GEURIN, Guard Temple Un Yan-I 3 Universitynn
DARRYL PRINGLE, fullback WAYNE RICHARDSON, Tackle meen University
JERRY HUDSON, fullback JAMES SHANNON, Tackle W L " , .
CARL GATLIN, Halfback RI 'Qs avega eeee A 6 Un'Ve'S"Y
ARTHUR FUENTES, Halfback
CECIL DUGAN, Halfback
JAMES QUIRK, Halfback
GUY MATTHEWS, Halfback
ROBERT FORTUNE, Center
HERB JONES, End
JAMES VOSS, End
BILLY POOL, End
GAYLE MAHONEY, End
JIMMY WEBB, End
FLOY KUYKENDALL, Center
HOMER MOELLER, Guard
LALO BELTRAN, Guard
BOBBY NEILL, Manager
JOHNNY KIRKPATRICK, Manager
JOHNNY BRACKEEN, Tackle
"B" TEAM SEASON
The "B" team had its first season of regular scheduled games. We started off
by beating McGregor 4l-O and ended the season with a victory over our heated
rival LaVega 27-6. The "B" team was made up mostly from last year's Junior
High championship team. We won three, lost two, and tied one. All of the
games were played out of town. There are many promising players for the "A"
team. We had a successful season and some of the boys will see a lot of action
with the "A" team next year. The highlight of the season was beating LaVega.
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Sept. 9-Trojans vs. Cameron Yeomen. The Trojans launched their T955 season
by outplaying the Yeomen only to lose the game in the last three and one-half
minutes. The game opened when the Trojans moved the ball 7l yards to the Yeo
goal line only to be stopped by penalties of too much time and offsides. Late in
the second quarter the Trojans marched from their own 49 to the Yeo two, only
to lose the ball on a fumble. With the fourth period five minutes old Robert Duty
sneaked over from the one to put the Trojans ahead 6-0. This lead was short
lived, however, for Cameron drove 70 yards to score with a penalty against
the Trojans putting the ball in scoring position on the three. The Yeomen then
led 7-6 and cinched the game with an intercepted pass run back for a touchdown.
Sept. l6-Trojans at Killeen. Trojan fans saw plenty of scoring this Friday night
only to see the Trojans fall short in the duel 110-19. The Trojans, however, were
again plagued by fumbles as they lost the ball three times. The Trojans scared the
Kangaroos with their surprising offensive power by marching 65 yards for a touch-
down the first time they had the ball. The attack by the Trojans concentrated for
three quarters on the tricky leg work of halfbacks Jurecka and Kaluza. Late in the
final period quarterback Robert Duty took to the air and led a 60-yard march which
ended, on the game's final play, with a scoring pitch to Donald Dees in the
flat that covered eight yards. Defensively Trojan standouts were guards, Bill Moeller
and Wendell Crunk and center, Stanley Rentz.
Sept. 23-Trojans vs. Ennis Lions. Victory came sweet and gentle to the welcoming
arms of the University Trojans at Municipal Stadium as they completely outclassed
and overpowered the highly-touted Ennis Lions, 6-0. Duty was masterful in play
calling and threw several passes to Henderson who made some fine catches. The
Trojans played like an organized unit and were all heroes in winning this one.
Dees was the scoring hero pile-driving over from two yards out for the winning
touchdown early in the second period. Fine defensive performances were turned
in by Buffington, Moeller, Propst, Henderson, French, McNamara, and Rentz. The
Trojan defense was so tight that the Lions could muster only four first downs,
only one coming in the second half. The Lions were also held to only 57 yards on
the ground and T8 in the air.
BASKETBALL "A" TEAM
Bottom row: Wilfred Schaeper, Wendall Crunk, James Kirkpatrick, Dan Holly, Christian Hansen. Second row:
Mr. Garland, Coach: Bill Curry, Pat Henderson, Taylor Whitlow, Royce Dailey, Manager. Top row: Johnny
Campbell, George Furqueron, Stanley Rentz, Bobby Sullivan.
Nov. 25: Opening a hopeful season in Waco against McGregor the spirited Trojans
downed a tall McGregor team 43-41. Taylor Whitlow had 11 points for high point
Nov. 29: The Troians racked up their second win of the season the Belton Tigers.
The Hustling Troians defeated Belton 55-53. Dan Holley scored 34 points to set a
Dec. 2: The Troians iourneyed to Belton and met the revengeful Tigers who won
53-46. Bobby Sullivan dumped in 18 points to lead the Troians' scoring.
Dec. 5: The Troians dominated the game throughout as they defeated Cameron
by a score of 63-33. Bobby Sullivan was again high point man with 15 points.
Dec. 7: Playing in the Heart O' Texas Coliseum in the Coca-Cola Tournament, the
Troians met Class 4-A champions Crozier Tech and were defeated 64-44. Bill Curry
and Wendell Crunk led the team in points with 10 each.
Dec. 9: The spirited Troians met North Side of Fort Worth in their second game
and were defeated 56-36. Bill Curry led the Troians with 18 points.
Dec. 10: The Trojansplayed in the first televised game of Central Texas as they
met the Waco Kittens and defeated them by a score of 44-43. Dan Holley led the
Troians in scoring with 14 points. Bill Curry was Tenth high score in the tourney with
Dec. 13: Travelling to Cameron the Troians met the Yeomen and defeated them by a
score of 45-32. Taylor Whitlow had 13 points and Wilfred Schaeper, 12.
Dec. 15: The cold Troians entered the Temple Tourney and were defeated 45-42
in the first game against Rockdale. Wilfred Schaeper took high point honor with
Dec. 16: Playing in the consolations, the Troians played the second string most of
the way and defeated the Killeen "B" by a score of 53-43. Wilfred Schaeper led the
Troians with 13 points. CContinued at end of bookj
DISTRICT GAME SCORES
Univ. S 56 Palestine ,,,,,,,,, ,,,., S
Univ. 60 Travis ......S..... ,.....
Univ. S S SSSSS 42 McCallum SSSSS
Univ.SSS SS 44 Palestine
Univ SS 62 Corsicana SSSS.S S
Univ.S.. SSSS 54 Brownwood
Univ SSSSS 53 Temple SS.SSSS. S
Univ S SSSSSS 40 Bryan SSSSSSSS SSSSSS
Univ SS 37 Travis
Univ S SSSS S56 Palestine S SSSSS
Univ ,SSSSSS SS SSSS 60 Corsicana SSSSS SSSS S S
UnivSSS SSSSSSSSSSS S SSSSSS 51 McCallum SSSS SSSS S
Univ,SS SSSS SSSS S 49 Temple SSSSSSSSSSSSS
NON-DISTRICT GAME SCORES
Univ.S SSSSSSSS S SSSSSSS 43 Hillsboro SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS
Univ .SSSS SSSSSSS55 Belton SSSSSSS SSSSSS
Univ.SS. SSS.SSS 46 Belton SSSSSSS S... S S
Univ.SS SSSS S .... 63 Cameron SSSSSS
Univ... S SSSSSSS 45 Cameron SSSSSS
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Univ .SSSSSSS SSSSSSS 5 6 Mexia SSSSSSS SSSSSS
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Dec. 17: Playing on Saturday morning the Trojans met Boerne and downed them
57-49. Bill Curry was hot and hit 20 points for high honors.
Dec. 17: The Marlin Bulldogs felt they had the consolation title cinched going into
the last quarter of the game leading by a score of 53-34, but the amazing Trojans
with Bill Curry shooting and Stanley Rentz rebounding roared from behind and won
by a score of 61-60. Curry was chosen on the All-Tourney team for his marvelous
performances. The Trojans won the Consolation Title of the Tournament.
Dec. 20: Going to Big "D" the Trojans were defeated by Adamson of Dallas by
the score of 55-40. Taylor Whitlow was high man with 10 points.
Dec. 23: Playing during the Christmas Holidays the Trojans defeated Mexia 56-48.
Pat Henderson playing his first game since his knee injury scored 11 points to lead
Dec. 30: Opening District warfare in a bigger and more experienced district the
Trojans met Bryan in their first game and were defeated 69-54. The Trojans made a
close ball game out of it for three quarters and then fell behind. Taylor Whitlow led
the team with 14 points.
Jan. 3: The Trojans gained their first victory in the district by defeating Travis of
Austin 60-47. Johnny Campbell led the team with 15 points.
Jan. 6: Going to Austin the Trojans met defending champion McCallum and were
defeated 64-42. Wilfred Schaeper had 8 points for the Trojans.
Jan. 10: Over in the piney woods of East Texas the Trojans met the tall Palestine
Wildcats and were defeated 80-44. Wilfred Schaeper led the Trojans with 15
points and Bobby Sullivan led with 1 1 points.
Jan. 13: A tall Corsicana team came to Waco and defeated the Trojans in a close
game 64-62. The game was led by Bobby Sullivan who dunked in 14 points.
Jan. 17: Playing Hillsboro in a non-district game in Waco the Trojans defeated them
53-52. Johnny Campbell had high point honors with 16 points.
Jan. 24: The Temple Wildcats tripped the Trojans by a score of 59-53 on the
Trojans' hardwoods. The Trojans kept it close until the fourth quarter when the
Trojans hit a cold spell and dropped 15 points behind. Little Wilfred Schaeper
was high man with 13 points.
Barbara, Tommy and Betty adding "pep" at the game.
Jan. 27: Traveling to Bryan the Trojans were outscored by the Bronchos 70-40. The
Trojans were off in their shooting as basket-happy Bronchos went further ahead.
Bill Curry was high point man for the Trojans with 11 points.
Jan. 31: The redhot Travis Rebels surged ahead 32-20 at halftime then stalled the
second half to whip the Trojans at Austin 57-37. Bobby Sullivan led the Trojans
with 11 points.
Feb. 7: Playing one of their best games of the season, the Trojans fell before
Palestine by a score of 65-56. The hustling Trojans led at halftime and lost the game
in the third quarter as they scored only 10 points to Palestine's 17. Bobby Sullivan
was high for the Trojans with 18 points.
Feb 10: Playing at Corsicana the tall Bengals of Navarro County dropped the
Trojans 72-60. The loss dropped the Trojans into the cellar. The Trojans were led
by Taylor Whitlow as he poured in 14 points.
Feb. 14: The speedy, accurate, District Champions, Brownwood downed the hustling
Trojans 73-54 in a home game. The Trojans jumped into a quick lead of 6-4 only
to drop it. Playing without their best floorman, Wilfred Schaeper, the Trojans were
sparked by Johnny Campbell who scored 18 points.
Feb. 16: The hustling Trojans couldn't keep pace with sensational Jay Arnette as
he scored 30 points against the Trojans in a home game. The McCallum Knights
dropped the Trojans 71-51. Johnny Campbell led the Trojans with 10 points.
Feb. 17: Concluding their season with a trip to Temple for a dangerous game,
the Trojans lost by a score of 70-49. The Trojans were led by Wilfred Schaeper and
Bill Curry with 13 and 12 points respectively.
COCA COLA TOURNEY TEMPLE TOURNEY
Univ .. 44 Crozier Tech ..... .... . . 64 Univ. . ..... .... 42 Rockdale
Univ . ..... 36 North Side ................ 56 Univ. ....... -..,...53 Killeen "B" .
CFL Worthj Univ .... .. .. H57 Boerne
Univ .44 Waco High ..... 43 Univ ......, . .... .61 Marlin ,.
Bottom row: Johnny Erickson, Billy Ash, Leeverl Moreland, Keith Gaines James Voss Bobby McDaniel
Second row: Donald Osborne, Eddie Peterson, Bill Meier, Jerry Herring, Arthur Fuentes Top row Coach
Pearson, Harry Hotfmeyer, Chester Webster, Kermit Lassetter, Johnny Kirkpatrick
The "B" team had a very good season winning thirteen games and losing four
B"--,,, ,.,, 49 Belton "B" ,W
B" ..,,.... 44 Belton "B" .--
B" ,.e..eea 37 Cameron "B"
B" ,aa..... 39 Cameron "B"
B" ..s...,, 43 Adamson "B"
" ee,ae,,e 56 Mexia "B"
" e,,e.,,e 52 Hillsboro "B"
B" ,,e,. ---52 Bryan "BP
" ..s. ,W54 Catholic High
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B" ..,...,, 66 Corsicana "B'
B" .,e,ee,. 40 Temple "B" ,-
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B" ,ee,.e,, 67 Corsicana "B'
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Baseball team from left to right: Jay Gardner, Bill Curry, Varnell Barnard, Jerry Brink, Wilfred Schaeper,
Stanley Shelnutt, lewis Propst, George Jurecka, Eddie Petrick. Standing: Charles Mackenroth, Bobby
Henson, Dan Holley, Donald Dees, Danny Baxley, Mr. Pearson, Coach, Phil Highfill, Wayne Hefft, Stanley
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March 5-Trojans vs. Adamson CDaIlasD at Dallas. University lost its season opener
to Adamson by a score of 3-O, being allowed only one hit. After allowing Adamson
to score in the first and second innings, the Troians blanked them the rest of the
way but the damage had already been done.
March 8-Trojans vs. Amon Carter Riverside at Ft. Worth. After having leads of
3-O and 6-2, the Troians faltered in the 5th, allowing the Eagles to score 4 runs.
The Troians were paced by Lewis Propst and Danny Baxley with two hits apiece.
Final score was 8-6.
March lO-Trojans vs. Amon Carter Riverside at Waco. Led by Donald Dee's fine
hitting and a 3 for 3 day by Danny Baxley, the Trojans avenged an earlier defeat
at the hands of the Eagles. After the visiting Eagles gained a 2-O lead, the fighting
Trojans came back to make the score 2-l and 3-2 before a four run Uprising in
the fourth pushed the Troians ahead to stay. Successive singles by Lewis Propst,
Charles Mackenroth, and Baxley, a long fly by Dees, and two infield errors ac-
counted forthe runs. Final score was 7-5.
March 15-University vs. La Vega at Bellmead. Although each team could get only
four hits, the Pirates made theirs more valuable winning by a score of 4-l. All
four runs were unearned. The Troians got theirs in the fourth on a single by Wilfred
Schaeper, a walk and Danny Baxley's single.
Bottom row: Bobby Henson, Jerry Brink, Wilfred Schaeper, Stanley Shelnutt, Wayne Hefft. Standing: Eddie
Petrich, Danny Baxley, Charles Mackenroth, Phil Highfill, and Stanley Rentz.
March 18-Trojans vs. La Vega at Waco. The Troians nosed out the Pirates 2-l, in
a game that was shortened by rain. Wilfred Schaeper scored both runs for the
Troians. In the first inning he walked, advanced on a hit batsman, and scored on a
single by Danny Baxley. The second run came on an error, wild pitch, and Charles
March 22-Trojans vs. Hillsboro at Waco. The Troians opened their defense of
7-AA championship in a winning way by beating the Hillsboro Eagles 4-3. Trailing
3-l up until the sixth inning, the Trojans started a rally which saw three runs
scored before the fire was put out. The sixth started off on a single by Stanley
Shelnutt, Danny Baxley was safe on an error and both advanced as Charles Macken-
roth grounded out. Shelnutt scored on Wayne Hefft's single, and Baxley stole home
as Eddie Petrich struck out. 'Bill Curry singled to drive Wayne Hefft home with
the final tally.
March 29-Trojans vs. Corsicana at Corsicana. The Troians suffered their first setback
in district competition when Elium Doss scored the winning run in the ninth inning
after the Tigers tied the score at 4-4 in the fifth. The Troians could get only one
hit, a double by Charles Mackenroth.
April l-Trojans vs. Cleburne at Waco. Cleburne's five run second inning was
enough to hand the Troians their second district defeat in a row. The Troians scored
all their runs in the first on a walk by Wilfred Schaeper, Stanley Shelnutt's double,
an error allowing Donald Dees to reach first, followed by walks to Danny Baxley
and Charles Mackenroth and Baxley's stealing home.
April 4-Trojans vs. Belton at Belton. The Troians and Belton tied 6-6 in a ten
inning game called because of darkness. The Troians scored four runs in the fourth
on singles by Bobby Henson and Danny Baxley, two errors, a hit batsman and three
April 5-Trojans vs. Waco High at Waco. The Troians -lost their third district game
by a score of 8-O to Waco High. The Troians were held to three hits and left six
men on base.
April 7-Trojans vs. Bryan at Waco. The Troians went down to their fourth straight
district defeat by a score of 5-i. The lone Troian run came in the third inning as
Wilfred Schaeper singled, stole second, and scored on a single by Danny Baxley.
The Troians committed four errors, which accounted for two Broncho runs. r
Donald Dees, standing. Others: Varnell Barnard, Dan Holley, George Jurecka, Lewis Propst and Bill Curry.
April 'll-Trojans vs. Belton at Waco. The Trojans finished their non-district games
with a 7-5 victory over the Belton Tigers. The game's feature was a triple play by
the Trojans in the seventh with the bases loaded. Third baseman Eddie Petrich
speared a line drive, touched third for the second out and threw to second for the
third out. The Trojans scored six runs in the fourth when Jerry Brink and Wilfred
Schaeper walked, Eddie Petrich singled and Charles Mackenroth was hit by a
pitched ball forcing in a run. Walks to Danny Baxley and Donald Dees scored two
more. Bill Curry singled home two more and Dees scored on a fly ball.
April 13-Trojans vs. Temple at Temple. With the Trojans smelling victory into the
last of the seventh inning the Temple Wildcats rallied in this inning to beat the
Trojans at Temple, 5-4. After Temple jumped into a 2-0 lead in the third inning the
Trojans came back to tie it up in the fourth inning. Charles Mackenroth singled,
Danny Baxley got on with a fielders' choice, and Bill Curry singled to bring in
two runs. The Trojans moved ahead, 4-2, with two runs in the fifth as Wilfred
Schaeper singled, Mackenroth tripled, and Baxley doubled. Donald Dees went
the distance for the Trojans striking out five.
April T9-The Trojans vs. Hillsboro at Hillsboro .The Trojans ventured to Hillsboro
only to suffer a 3-2 loss to the Eagles. The Eagles led 3-O with the Trojans making a
great effort to get back in the game on one run in each of the two innings. The Tro-
jans collected six hits with Shelnutt and Curry each getting and RBI. Mackenroth
and Rentz did the pitching chores for the Trojans.
April 29-Trojans vs. Cleburne at Cleburne. The Trojans won their second district
victory by defeating he Cleburne Yellow Jackets T2-8, in a game at Cleburne. The
game broke the Trojans seven-game losing streak. Stanley Rentz was the winning
pitcher and Donald Dees hit a bases-loaded triple to pace the Trojan attack against
four Cleburne pitchers.
April 26-Trojans vs. Corsicana Waco. In an exciting game at Katy Park the
Corsicana Tigers broke loose on tiring pitcher Stanley Rentz to hand the Trojans
an 8-3 loss. Stanley Shelnutt led the Trojans with two hits. The Trojans jumped to
an early 2-run lead in the second inning only to let it slip as Corsicana scored five
runs in the tenth.
CContinued at end of bookj
University had a very fine season
in track in 1955. Led by Melvin
Heaton, the best all-around track
athlete in the district, along with
Aubrey Bradford, Billy Hinton,
Jim Payne, Bobby Wickman, and
the relay teams, the Troians fin-
ished a very close second to
Gatesville, in the district meet.
The Trojans lost the Champion-
ship by one fourth of a point.
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University led all the way in the
meet until the high lump, the
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the best the Trojans coud do was
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won the Championship. The Tro-
ians entered meets at Cameron,
Ft. Worth, and Killeen. At the
Killeen Relays the 440 yard relay
team set a new record.
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Best Athlete-MELVIN HEATON
Hardest Worker-BILLY HINTON
Most Embarrassing Moment-Bob Segrest
hitting an official at the Killeen Relays.
Kneeling: Billy Hinton, Bob Allen, Aubrey Bradford, Bob Segrest, Richard Luevano, Darryl Pringle,
Gene Kammon. Standing: Jerry Cowan, Robert Duty, Bill Moeller, Bobby Wickman, Jim Payne, Melvin
Heaton, Coy Bailey, Pat McNamara, George Boyce.
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Bottom row: Nancy Payne, Jo Nell Hollingsworth, Lillie Pena, Eethel Spear, Marie Chance, Martha
Miller, Judy Macy, Jo Ann Campbell, Jean Plasek. Second row: La Vonne McCray, June Clark, Geneva
Yates, Janette Crockett, Linda Smith, Mary Lou Nowka, Mary Venable, Loretta Carpenter, Alvena
Childs. Third row: Glenda Kornegay, Gail Bartee, Hazel Humphries, Edith Cooey, Barbara Nix, Sue
Springfield, Nita Baldridge, Betty Jones, Anne Nix. Fourth row: Arlena Frix, Carolyn Woodliff, Lynette
Morris, Barbara Tiller, Liddy Anderson, Martha May, Beverly Gill, Patsy Williams, Peggy McWhirter.
Top row: Barbara Oliver, Mrs. Hinton, Sponsor. Not shown: Marcia Anderson.
President .aa..aaaaa A.aAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaA B ARBARA OLIVER
Vice President ,eee a.aaer M ARCIA ANDERSON
Secretary ,,......... ..... C AROLYN WOODLIFF
Sponsor eeee ,..,., . .,.e M RS. HINTON
To show appreciation for organized sports through ryhthmic marching and syn-
To help build and maintain good school spirit.
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First row: Alan Glockzin, John Clements, Susie Shultz, Ann Wheelis, Harold Dickens, Johnny Player. Second
row: Fredda Clewis, Martha Lynn May, Kenneth Cepak, Douglas Dato, William fMcCown, Clinton Watson,
Orland Long, Cornell Benkendorfer, Jimmy Creed, Gayle McHargue, Bobby Hammock, Third row: James
Robertson, June Reese, Bobby Dickerson, Ruby Blackman, Terry Fisher, Mike McCown, Bobby Hopper, James
Robinson, Weldon Douglas, Tommy Head, Wayne Douglas, Clyde Smith, Jerry Dickerson, Grady Bletsch,
Phil Highfill, Kenneth Knight. Fourth row: Frances Brackeen, Mr. Day, Director, Mary Ann Niles, Richard
Yarbrough, Wanda Payne, Sally Clanton, Hope Arellano, Barbara Meyer, Joan Oldham.
President ,e,e,.,. E, e.e,, JAMES ROBERTSON
Vice President ,,ee . .,,, ,,,e,,,,e C LYDE SMITH
Secretary .eeeee, .. e.,, , WANDA PAYNE
Treasurer ., e,,,,e , e,,,,ee,, JUNE REESE
Drum Major - .,.. eeeee R ICHARD YARBROUGH
Majorettes ,,,e, , ,,,,,, , HOPE ARELLANO
MARY ANN NILES
Banners ,e,e FRANCES BRACKEEN
Director e,,. f ,B ........ MR. DAY
Bottom row: Michael McCown, Bobby Hammock, Clinton Watson, Kenneth Cepak, William McCown.
Second row: Darryl Pringle, Johnny Player, Richard Yarbrough, Jesse H. Day, Sponsor, Phil Highfill,
Grady Bletsh. Third row: James Robertson, Bobby Dickerson, Weldon Douglas, Tornmy Head. Not
shown: Douglas Dato, Allan Glockzin, Julian Vasquez, Kenneth Knight, Harold Dickens, Wayne
Douglas, Terry Fisher, James Robinson.
President .,..,,,,,, ,..,.,,,,,, R ICHARD YARBROUGH
Vice President .,,,,s,,s, e ,,,, WILLIAM MCCOWAN
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,, , , KENNETH KNIGHT
Sergeant-at-Arms .,cs,c ....cc, W AYNE DOUGLAS
Sponsor L,,c,e,,,,c, ....,,,e,,....e, , MR. DAY
The purpose of this club is to provide a dance-band for school functions, to pro-
vide training in dance music for interested students.
SENl0R HIGH CHOIR
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Bottom row: Mrs. Evelyn Orr, Mary Ann Meier, Judy Macy, Mary Lee Owens, Linda Smith, Mary Lou
Nowka, Mary Ann Niles, Ellen Swanner, Elizabeth Londenberg, Sandy Courtney, Lille Mae Pena,
Delores Moreno. Second row: Betty Jones, Theresa Erck, Wayne Zinz, Conrad Gamez, Daniel Partida,
Glynda Parker, Irene Wade, Loretta Carpenter. Third row: Ruth Foster, Twila Ferguson, Ethel Spear,
Martha Miller, Jay Gardner, Wayne Roberts, Brenda Clemons, Nita Baldridge, DeLois Riddley. Fourth
row: Billie Rutledge, Joyce Collins, Barbara Clay, Janette Crockett, Darryl Pringle, Sue Springfield, Frances
Harden, Ruby Barnes, Linda Bishop. Fifth row: Azalea Watkins, Alice Harden, Charles Nunn, Jerry
Duncan, Edwin Yaunce, Bob Segrest, Stanton Hoffmeyer, Donald Sherrard, Wanda Payne, La Vonne
McCray. Top row: Robert Allen, Hollis Powell, Milton Anthon, Dudley Anderson, Freddy Burns,
Donald Ashley, Jerry Herring, Mary Venable, Judy Koon. Not shown: Marilyn Hicks, Toby Farris, Betty
Stodgill, Lavada Willard.
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MARY ANN MEIER and JAY GARDNER
To provide opportunities for the
enioyrnent of worthwhile experi-
ences through music. To learn the
value of cooperation in group ef-
fort. To develop techniques and
standards for public perform-
ances. To apply knowledge of
correct use of the singing voice
and of fundamentals of music.
To develop recognition of music
as a vocation and as a leisure
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Bottom row: Mary Lou Nowka, Linda Smith, Mary Lee Owens, Bob Segrest, Beaug Wanda Payne, Mary
Venable. Second row: Billie Rutledge, Nita Baldridge, Joan Oldham, Judy Koon, Frances Brackeen, Sue
Springfield. Top row: Judy Macy, Ethel Spear, Mrs. Orr, Sponsor, Marcia Anderson, Theresa Erck. Not
shown: Lavada Willard.
President ..,..,a,, aa,.,, W ANDA PAYNE
Vice President .,.,,.,,, ,,,,, MARY VENABLE
Secretary-Treasurer WWJUDY MACY
Sponsor a...a,,e,aa.aa,.. ea,,, M RS. ORR
To provide enjoyable and worthwhile musical experiences for young women.
To develop a leisure time activity.
To learn techniques of public performance.
To learn the value of cooperative oroup effort.
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Bottom row: Royce Portwood, Jay Gardner, Barbara Densman, Dudley Anderson, Bobby Parsons. Second
row: Bobby Hopper, Bob Segrest, Stanton Hoffmeyer, Donald Ashely, Milton Anthon, Mike McCown.
Third row: Charles Nunn, Jerry Herring, Mrs.Orr, Sponsor, Bobby Sullivan, Hollis Powell. Fourth row:
Bill McGIasson, Darryl Pringle, Buddy Huckaby, Earnest Martin, Robert Allen, Not shown. Aubrey Bradford.
President oooo .c oo,,,, W 7.,, ..-ROBERT ALLEN
Vice President , , H ,AUBREY BRADFORD
Secretary-Treasurer , , c oo,,,,o,,,, JAY GARDNER
Sponsor c , oo,,o ,,,,,, c o,,,,,o M RS. ORR
To provide an enioyable musical experienc
To develop a leisure time activity.
To give opportunities for socialization.
To learn techniques of public performance.
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Bottom row: Peggy McWhirter, Mike Duttey, Wade Wilson, Paul Wood, Dorothy Lindsey, Sherry Perry,
Mary Lee Owens, Carol Ann Davis, Mary Lou Nowka. Second row: Kenneth Loveless, James Davis,
Homer Moeller, James Kirkpatrick, Bob Segrest, Bobbie Jean Powers, Eulalia Dunlap, Marcia Anderson,
Patsy Walker. Third row: Leeverl Moreland, Danny Wood, Arthur Fuentes, Taylor Whitlow, Jean Plasek,
Betty Nothdurft, Thomas Ledwell, John Talbert, Bobby Buffington. Top row: Jerry Herring, Bill Meier,
Robert Duty, Stanley Rentz, Joyce Koch, Mr. Lamkin, Sponsor, Alberta Volz, Betty Frey, Loretta Carpenter,
President , ,,,,,,,,, , , PAUL WOOD Reporter ,,,,, ,BOBBY BUFFINGTON
Vice President ,,,, ,, ,ROBERT DUTY Historian ..s.s, W .. ,,,L ALBERTA VOLZ
Secretary ,,,, ,, SI-IERRY PERRY Fire Marshal ,STANLEY RENTZ
Treasurer U, c,,,,c,JAMES DAVIS Sponsor ,,s,,o,s ., NIR. LAMKIN
The Student Council of University Senior High is a representative body ot the
It aims to:
Establish higher and better ideals ot conduct.
Train students to acquire experiences and efficiency in the practice of democracy.
Encourage students to participate in all activities.
Create and foster a spirit ot understanding and cooperation between students
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Bottom row: Thomas Baxley, Albert Volz, Bobby Butfington, Jean Plasek, Shirley Meier, Joyce Koch,
Charles Martin, Wilfred Schaeper. Second row: Priscilla Barkley, Bettye Berger, Barbara Reynolds, Betty
Nothdurtt, Mary Lou Nowka, Linda Smith, Dorothy Lindsey, Bettie Dolezel, Marcia Anderson. Third
row: Dan Hoffmeyer, Stanton Hoffmeyer, Garland Biddle, John Talbert, Thomas Ledwell, Claude Biddle,
Jay Gardner, Jennettie Toten. Fourth row: .Ierry Herring, Robert Duty, Miss Moncrief, Sponsor, Janet
Kunkel, Shirley Fleischauer, Peggy McWhirter.
President .. a,,a,, ,,,,,,.,,ss,a,, B OBBY BUFFINGTON
Vice President ,.,s ,,,,,a, T HOMAS BAXLEY
Secretary -, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, J OYCE KOCH
Treasurer ,,e,,eee , JEAN PLASEK
Sponsor ,.., ee,,,,e M ISS MONCRIEF
Our chief aims are to be able to benefit the school by any service we can per-
form and to promote good scholarship. A member must be of good character
and a good leader as well as good in scholastic standing.
H ONOR S OC IETY
Bottom row: Peggy Newton, Marcia Anderson, Jean Plasek, Patsy Walker, Joyce Koch, Molly Coleman.
Second row: Mike Duffy, Rex Whitaker, Sherry Perry, Peggy McWhirter, Jackie Reed, Dewey Abbe,
Top row: Stanley Rentz, Homer Moeller, Mrs. Milam, Sponsor, Bobby Butfington, Harry Hoftmeyer.
Not shown: Barbara Oliver, Ernestine Brusenham, Pat Greaves, Charles Cook, Gene Glockzin.
Editor ,,,,, , ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,c, . ,WJEAN PLASEK
Assistant Editor ,E s,,o,,,o MARCIA ANDERSON
Sponsor ,,,,...,,,,,,,,,c,,,,.,.,,a,.,,,,,,..,,,, WMRS. MILAM
Subscription Manager ,,,,, MARCIA ANDERSON
Photography Manager ,,o,a,o,,o,,o . ,,o,,, JACKIE REED
Sports E BOB BUFFINGTON and STANLEY RENTZ
HOMER MOELLER, DAN HOFFMEYER
Junior High Sports ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , NGENE GLOCKZlN
Jackie Reed Jean Plasek
Stanley Rentz Sherry Perry
EIGHTH GRADE WORKERS
Whitaker Ernestine Brusenhan
SEVENTH GRADE WORKERS
Charles Cook Pat Greaves
PRESS H ' l3Tl0ll
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Bottom row: Suzie Shultz, Wanda Burt, Jo Nell Hollingsworth, Linda Bishop, Carolyn Woodliff, Sand
Courtney, Bettye Berger. Second row: Pat Larson, Barbara Densman, Claude Biddle, Bob Butfington,
Glenda Parker, Elizabeth Londenberg, Claude Carey. Third row: Thomas Bexley, Evelyn Lloyd, Garland
Biddle, Mr. Smith, Sponsor, Diane Smith, Thomas Ledwell, Christian Hansen.
Editor ,e,, . ee,,, , e,,,,, ,,,,, . ...THOMAS LEDWELL
Sports Editors .CLAUDE BIDDLE
Feature Editors e,,,e . .. WANDA BURT
Art Editors ,, ,,,, ,. GARLAND BIDDLE
Sponsor , ,,,,, MR. SMITH
The purpose of the Press Club is to encourage students interested in school news-
paper work, and to publish a paper that reflects the lite ofthe school campus.
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JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
Bottom row: Martha Lynn May, Pat Larson, Loretta Hammons, Molly Denny, Patsy Oliver, Molly Coleman,
Kay Smith. Second row: John Talbert, Ricky Powitzky, Mike
Marcia Anderson, Diane Smith, Juanita Johnson, Third row: Harry Hoftmeyer, George Furqueron,
Jerry Herring, Bob Webb, Linda Smith, Claude Biddle, Jay
Robert Duty, Stanton Hoffmeyer, Allan Glockzin, Mr. Lamkin,
Thomas Ledwell. Not shown: Alberta Volz.
Duttey, Wade Wilson, Kenneth Hunter,
Gardner, Bobby Buttington. Top row:
Spo,nsor, John Ferguson, Jerry Brown
President ,u,, , uu,, ,BOBBY BUFFINGTON
Vice President L W , uu,,u ., ,,,u,, ROBERT DUTY
Secretary, Latin ll W so ,WMARCIA ANDERSON
Secretary, Latin l ,, , ,,,, ,,,u J AY GARDNER
Sponsor L L L L MMR. LAMKIN
The Junior Classical League is made up of students who are enrolled in the Latin
Classes of University Junior-Senior High School or who have completed two
years of Latin.
To encourage among the members an interest in and appreciation of the civili-
zation, language, literature and art ot Ancient Greece and Rome, and to give
Them some understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical
Bottom row: Betty Jones, Priscilla Barkley, Barbara Sachs, Eulalia Dunlap, Della Massey. Top row:
Clyde Smith, Charles Martin, Mrs. Dixon, Sponsor, Bobbie Jean Powers.
President e,.s..,.,e,,,e,.....,,,e,,,se,,.,e BARBARA SACHS
Vice President .,....., e,,e.e,, P RISCILLA BARKLEY
Secretary-Treasurer ..e. e,,e..e,eeee D ELLA MASSEY
Reporters s,,,,e,...,..... .,.,.es.. E ULALIA DUNLAP
Sponsor ,L,,,,L -. .,,, . ,L.. LMRS. DIXON
To provide constructive entertainment for the school and community.
To encourage the appreciation of drama.
To further develop dramatic talent.
To enable students interested in drama to work more closely with other students
having the same interest.
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VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUB
Bottom row: Mr. Carrell, Sponsor, Harold Meadors, Janet Moak, Billy Gill, E. R. Webb, Jane Wilkerson,
Frank Shriver. Second row: Robert Chapman, Carolyn Jansky, Kenneth Loveless, Bob Davis, Wylie Martin,
.lames Easter, Betty Stodghill. Third row: Virginia Davis, Benny Thompson, Lois Newton, Charles Banks,
Bobby Snider, Thomas Berger, Lydia Fuentes, Jo Ann Felkner. Top row: Johnny Frosch, Fred McMurtray,
John Crocker, Don Cruse, Boyd Pryor, Joan Koerth, Bobby Watts.
President sss,,,ss so s,ooo E, R. WEBB
Vice President ,,,, s,,, , v7,,,,,,, B ILLY GILL
SWEETHEART Secretary eeeeeoe,e JANE WILKERSON
Treasurer .ee,...Y .L ,,eee , sa., FRANK SHRIVER
Sergeant-at-Arms o,,e c, HAROLD MEADORS
Reporter ,c ,,,o , JANET MOAK
Sponsor MR. CARRELL
To unite in a common bond students in voca-
tional industrial classes in the various high schools
To provide opportunities for student members
to develop leadership through participation in
worthwhile educational, social, recreational, and
To develop through action the ability of the
club members to plan together, organize and
carry out worthy club activities.
To promote high standards of workmanship,
scholarship, trade ethics, and safety.
To create among students, faculty members,
patrons of the school and persons in business
and industry a sincere interest in an esteem for
vocational industrial education.
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Bottom row: Barbara Oliver, Mary Love, Colleen Black, Charlene Jobe, Sibyl Allen, Marlene Herwald,
Joyce Collins, Loretta Carpenter, Ruby Blackman, Peggy McWhirter. Second row: Beverly Gill, Sherrol
Goodwin, Brenda Clemons, Guy Nell Craig, Fredda Clewis, Patsy Compton, Martha Ann May, Betty
Dolezel, Patsy Williams, Alvena Childs. Third row: Darlene Polk, Gloria Makovy, Ruth Foster, Silva
Faulkenbery, Miss Johnson, Sponsor, Delores Mareno, Mary Morgan, Barbara Reynolds. Not shown:
Irene Quintanilla, Fay Shans, Judy Makovy.
President ,, 7,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,s,.,,,,,,,.,,, BEVERLY GILL
Vice President ,, ,,,, ,,,, , PATSY WILLIAMS
Secretary ,,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , BARBARA OLIVER
Treasurer ,,,, ,,,,,,, LORETTA CARPENTER
Historian ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, P ATSY COMPTON
Reporter ,,,,.,,,,,s,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , SIBYL ALLEN
Parliamentarian ,,e,, W ,,,e GUY NELL CRAIG
Pianist , ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, , ,,,, WDARLENE POLK
Song Leader ,,,,s ,,s,,,, J OYCE COLLINS
Sponsor , ,,,,,,s,,,, . N ,HMISS JOHNSON
To promote a growing appreciation of the ioys and satisfaction of homemaking.
To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership.
To encourage democracy in home and community lite.
To work tor good home and family lite tor all.
To promote international good will.
To toster the development ot creative leadership in home and community life.
To provide wholesome individual and group recreation.
To further interest in home economics.
F.H.A. - F.F.A. BANQU ET
Charlie Clawson presenting Robert Chapman and Mary Ann Diane Holder presents Clarence
Mary Ann Meier a gift. Meier. Garland, Jr., F.H.A. Beau, a gift.
MARY ANN MEIER
Mr. Boyd, Miss Johnson, Mrs
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WE ALL ENJOYED THE PARTY!
Bottom row: Franklin Ransonette, Frazier Ellis, Jimmy Wooten, Dorman Chambers, Johnny Campbell,
Tommy Turner. Second row: Boyd Dreyer, Ernest Whitener, Joe May, William Pope, Charles Clawson,
Donnie Wallace, Charlie Spann. Third row: Marvin Rosenbaum, Ronnie Watts, Marion Boatman, Donald
Kendrick, Neil Mortimer. Fourth row: Keith Gaines, Jimmie Willingham, Mr. Boyd, Sponsor, Kermit Lassetter,
John Lewis. Not shown: Charles Allred, Norman Chambers, Clifford Clendennin, Bobby Henson, James
Kirkpatrick, Billy Melton, Wayne Richardson, Richard Tilary, Gene Witt.
' ,M TOMMY TURNER Learning to do
President s,,e, .
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Doing to learn
Secretary . ,a,a a,e,a . JIMMY WOOTEN Earning to live
Treasurer , -, NORMAN CHAMBERS Living to serve
Reporter ,aee,e DORMAN CHAMBERS
Sentinel e,e,e, ,,,e J OHNNY CAMPBELL
District Delegate .e,,,, e,e,,.,,,.as K ElTl-l GAlNE5
Sponsor ,,,,,, W ,,,,,, ,,e. M R. BOYD
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I believe in the future of farming, with a faith born not of vvords but of deeds-
achievements won by the present and past generations of farmers, in the promise
of better days through better ways, even as the better things we novv enjoy have
come up to Us from the struggles of former years.
l believe that rural America can and will hold true to the best traditions in our
national life and that l can exert an influence in my home and community which will
stand solid for my part in that inspiring task.
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Selecting dairy cattle is important to Waco Sheep have their role to play in Central Grass identification and proper grassland
economy, Texas, too. management are increasingly important.
"Use each acre as it is best suited." Our farmland is not Four proiects helping four boys develop important skills and
l"ICfe35lV"9'We have IUSI 2-9 acfes Pei' Pefson- abilities. Attitudes are developed, too.
Calves have ailments, too. Frazier Selecting and judging feeder calves is a popular topic in A calf, a boy, a smile-Pride of
treats his calf for "pinkeye." Vocational Agriculture. ownership. This is important in
individual and leadership develop-
Bottom row: Keith Gaines, Paul Wood, Bobby Buttington, Stan Price, Gilbert Londenberg Pat Mc
Namara. Second row: Gayle McHargue, Alan Glockzin, Gene Broussard, Homer Moeller Bob Webb
Tornmy Rowell. Top row: Stanley Rentz, John Talbert, Tommy Leka, Mr. Woods Sponsor Eddie
Pederson, David Rutherford, George Furqueron.
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develop initiative and leadership.
provide experience in living and working together.
serve the school and community.
cooperate with the school principal.
prepare for useful citizenship.
accept and promote the following ideals:
To give primacy to The human and spiritual, rather than the maternal values of
To encourage the daily living ofthe Golden Rule in all human relationships
Our motto is "We Build."
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Bottom row: Louis Propst, Robert Duty, Bill Moeller, Jerry Brink, Lanny French, Harry Hoffmeyer,
Bill Curry. Second row: Dan Holley, Bobby Buffington, Donald Dees, Wendell Crunk, Mr. Fowler,
Sponsor, Stanley Rentz, Jay Gardner, Taylor Whitlow, Jerry Herring. Top row: Wilfred Schaeper,
Pat Henderson, James Davis, Satch Gonzales, George Jurecka, Coy Bailey, Raymond Kaluza, Pat
President ,,,,, A ,,,, ,,,,,,e, , ,,e,e D ONALD DEES
Vice President ,,e,s e,,s,s, S TANLEY RENTZ
Secretary , ,, ,WLANNY FRENCH
Sponsor ,,s, , s,e,, MR. FOWLER
To further the cause of athletics through better leadership,
better sportsmanship in all group activities.
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Bottom row: Janet Kunkel, Billy Ash, Alice Harden, Mary Ann Meier, Mr. Davis, Mrs, Renstrom, Sponsors,
Dorman Chambers, Bobby McDaniels, Barbara Smith, Mrs. McCullough, Mr. Garland, Sponsors, Joyce
Lanier, Peggy Smith, Gelene Leggott. Second row: Floy Kuykendall, Frazier Ellis, Ruby Barnes, Bernice
Shaw, Frances Harden, De Lois Riddley, Patricia Field, Ann Wheelis, Gail Brown, Lillie Mae Pena,
Elizabeth Janeway, Mary Ann Snyder, Laurerte Neumann, Barbara Nix, Edward Holmes. Third row:
Richard Burney, Joe Edd Tindell, Jo Ann Campbell, Molly Hyde, Anne Nix, Barbara Tiller, Glenda
Kornegay, LaVonne McCray, Nelda Shaw, Mallie Harbert, Emma Miller, Leon Wilson. Fourth row: Charles
Bennett, Earline Welch, Edwin Younce, Milton Anthon, Charles Nunn, Conrad Gamez, Joyce Woodward,
Betty Mayberry, Ima Fritze, Molly Thompson, Donald Osborne, Buddy Huckaby, Norman Chambers.
Fifth row: Janice Copeland, Eddie Petrich, Billie Williams, Elizabeth Minnix, Bill McGlasson, David
Herbelin, Kenneth Walker, Jimmie Willingham, Terry Fisher, Ronald Sherry, Charles Howard, Arthur
Fuentes, Danny Wood. Top row: Henry Wilson, Patsy Williams, Martha Fleming, Jeanette Crockette, Geneva
Yates, Woodie Rowell, Robert Payne, Donald Broce, Johnnie Kirkpatrick, Royce Dailey, Bobby Sullivan,
Carl Gatlin. Not shown: lrene Wade, Betty Behne, Larry Bowers, Horace Brooks, Edna Cameron, Edward
Chapman, John Flores, Marilyn Hicks, Ernest Martin, Mary Ann Niles, Royce Pryor, Helen Strickland.
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Vice President ,... ,,,,s,. D ORMAN CHAMBERS
Co-Secretaries ,.... ...,,,ss,. M ARILYN HICKS
Sponsors s..s.. MR. GARLAND
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Bottom row: Geneva Snipes, Adelene Thomson, Betty Nothdurft, Marlene Smith, Nelda Rhodes Anna
Morris. Second row: Gayle Mahoney, Rickey Powitzky, Mrs. Mitchell, Sponsor, Billy Ray Baker Dorothy
President -, e,,,,., A. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,e MARLENE SMITH
Vice President ,,,,, .,e,e,, B ETTY NOTHDURFT
Secretary .,e,,e,,,, ,,e,.e,,se,,e A NNA MORRIS
Reporter ..,, ffff. .ADELENE THOMSON
Sponsor ..,,e .,.,e,,,,,, , MRS. MITCHELL
To foster in students a love of books, a growing knowledge of library facilities
an ability to use library materials and to assist others in finding and using ma
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Bottom row: Leeverl Moreland, Perry Brown, Charles Cook, Jerry Stewart, Royce Walston. Top row:
Royce Portwood, Donald Kunze, Mr. Lake, Sponsor, Robert Allen, John Clements, Leo Hutchinson. Not
shown: Wayne Keeler, George Tiffany, James McMurtry.
President e,,...,.,, .,,,....v,e.....e,..,.e J ERRY STEWART
Vice President .,,e e....,,e C HARLES COOK
Secretary eee,..,e,,, e,ve, G EORGE TIFFANY
Sponsor ,,,e, .,,e,,,,,e,,, M R. LAKE
To become familiar with regulations governing amateur radio transmitters and
To become familiar with code.
To learn the fundamentals of radio transmission and reception.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Bottom row: Joyce Koch, Gloria Thrasher, Joyce Garrett, Elouise Willingham, Shirley Fleischauer. Top
row: Liddy Anderson, Jackie Reed, Betty Frey, Sherry Perry, Mrs. Hinton, Sponsor.
President , ,,cc, , c,c, ,c,c , . SHERRY PERRY
Secretary , cec, JOYCE KOCH
Sponsor ,,,,, ,, MRS. I-IINTON
To prepare girls for accepting the responsibilities of leadership that is required
to be a Physical Education Assistant.
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Bottom row: Jimmy Cummings, Jimmy Pool, Billy Jackson, James Sharp, Davis Collier Second row
Marvin Becker, Tommy Bates, Dwain Muns, William Rogers, Wesley Lowry. Top row David Johnson
Mr. Holden, Sponsor.
Secretary ,ee,,e,,,, ,,.,,,, D AVIS COLLIER
Treasurer ,Yeeee Aw,, L LJIMMY POOL
Sponsor ,,,,,, ,e,,,, , MR. HOLDEN
To make toys for the Kiwanis Toy Chest.
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Bottom row: Joy Scott, Linda Vollmer, Cuma Walters, Ima Jean Wright, June Clark, Nancy Payne.
Second row: Patsy West, Florence Thomas, Mary Morgan, Patsy Walker, Shirley Meier, La Nell Freeman.
Third row: Barbara Reinke, Linda Glazener, Mrs. Scott, Sponsor, Lynette Morris, Marie Chance. Not
shown: .lo Ann Borninghaus, Janie Lewallen.
President ,,,,e,,.,, ,,,e,ee,e,,. ,,e, P A TSY WALKER
Vice President ,,,, e,,, N ANCY PAYNE
Secretary ..,.A,,e,e ,LYNETTE MORRIS
Sponsor ,,,e, . ., MRS. SCOTT
To gain some insight into the many duties, desirable attitudes, and opportunities
of a stenographer or a secretary.
CAMERA AND PROJECTIONISTS CLUB
Bottom row: Wayne Roberts, Larry Compton, James, Allen, Lane Dollins, Bob Segrest, Donald Lewis,
Richard Leshikar, Robert Neill. Second row: Norman Lassetter, Arthur Thomson, Howard Geurin, Joel
Carey, Dean Hutchins, Bobby Wright, Johnny Causey, Lloyd Ingram. Third row: Don Mezzles, Jerry
Owen, Donald Sherrard, Freddie Burns, Mr. Stevens, Sponsorg Ralph Peterson, Alvin Sams. Not shown:
Joyce Yerby, Aubrey Bradford, Charlie Sovey.
President , Y uu,, s BOB SEGREST
Vice President u,cu,uu.c ,,cc,cu,.,cc D ONALD LEWIS
Secretary-Treasurer B cc,, AUBREY BRADFORD
Sponsor e,c.,c,cc,,.c,,cc,cc ,,c,c,cc,c,cc,,c M R. STEVENS
To learn to operate the visual aid equipment
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Bottom row: Joan Lasseter, Patsy Morris, June Reece, Jean Plasek, Jennettie Toten. Second row: Mary
Harcrow, Barbara Meyer, Dorothy Lindsey, Edith Hill, Juanita Johnson, Betty McDow. Third row: Barbara
Jenkins, Doris Slovak, Miss Stiles, Sponsor, Gertie La France.
President sss,s ,E ss,sss s,s,s J EAN PLASEK
Vice President , , ,, ss,, ,, JUNE REECE
Secretary ssss cc s,sss, PATSY MORRIS
Sponsor ,,,s.ss MISS STILES
"Semper Serviens" is a Latin motto meaning "Always Serving." That was the name
chosen by the Girls' Service Club of University High School because it best ex-
presses the aims of the club-to serve the school and the community to their
Bottom row: Betty Frey, Diane Smith, Joyce Garrett, Gloria Thrasher, Shirley Fleischauer, Sherry Perry,
Elouise Willingham, Joyce Koch, Linda Vollmer, Patsy Compton, Sandy Courtney. Second row: Jo Ann
Campbell, Marlene Smith, Joan Lasseter, Adelene Thomson, Betty Nothdurft, Nelda Rhodes, Anna Morris,
Gayle Mahoney, Billy Ray Baker, Garland Biddle, Christian Hansen. Third row: Juanita Johnson, Jennettie
Toten, Marie Chance, Jo Nell Hollingsworth, Patsy Williams, Mary Nell Schnizer, Carolyn Woodlitf,
Dorothy Lindsey, Betty Stodghill, Eivelyn Lloyd, Judy Macy. Fourth row: Tommy Baxley, Charles
Martin, Robert Allen, Darryl Pringle, Milton Anthon, Richard Crawford, Dewey Abbe, Herbert Buck,
Danny Robertson, Robert Wilcox. Top row: Bill Moeller, Woodie Rowell, Stanton Hoffmeyer, Eddie
Petrick, Wilford Schaeper, Jerry Brink, Dudley Anderson.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS P.E. ASSISTANTS
Jo Ann Campbell
Billy Ray Baker
Gloria Thrasher Judy Macy
Shirley Fleischauer Stanton Hotfmeyer
Joyce Koch SENIOR HIGH STAGE CREW
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sENioRs' LAST wiu. AND TESTAMENT
Robert Allen leaves his first seat in Miss Stiles' English Class to Charles Allred.
Sibyl Allen leaves her quiet manner to Judy Koon and Nita Baldridge.
Dudley Anderson leaves his place in Chorus to Darryl Pringle.
Liddy Anderson leaves her favorite teacher, Mr. Woods, to Wanda Burt. Hope you
Donald Ashley leaves his talent to sing to Jimm Willingham.
Billy Ray Baker leaves his curly hair to David Rutherford and Stan Price.
Ruby Barnes leaves her typewriter in Secretarial Training to Priscilla Barkley and
Bettye Berger. Don't fight over it, girls.
Betty Behne is leaving her shorthand book to Ruby Blackman.
Tommy Baxley and Claude Carey wish to leave their cheerleader suits to Thomas
Ledwell and Bob Davis. Hope they fit.
Garland Biddle leaves his knowledge to Abelardo Beltran and Johnny Hartgrove.
Linda Bishop leaves her sister Diane to Linda Vollmer and La Nell Freeman.
Coleen Black and Barbara Clay leave to be with their husbands
W'Ifarry Bowers leaves his place in Home and Family Living Class to Albert Carlisle
and Robert Chapman.
Frances Brackeen leaves her place in Miss Moncrief's class to Arlena Frix and
Anne Nix. lt will take both of them.
Aubrey Bradford leaves his job as Vice President of the Glee Club to Phil Highfill.
Jerry Brink leaves to Stanton Hoffmeyer his place on the baseball team with David
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Bobby Buffington wishes to leave his athletic ability to Gene Broussard. '
Dorothy Capps wishes to leave Tommy Turner to be taken care of by Miss Mon-
Kenneth Cepak wishes to leave his place in the band to Dorman and Norman
Davis Collier leaves his mixed-up name to Charles Howard.
Guy Nell Craig leaves the first table in the cafeteria to Mary Venable and Judy Macy.
ves his quiet manner to Jerry Herring. You need it, boy.
Donald Dees wishes to leave his baseball suit to Fred McMurtray.
John Davis and Virginia Davis leave their commonly known name to Shirley
Fleischauer and Silva Faulkenberry.
Barbara Densman leaves her "know how" to get a diamond ring to Betty Frey.
lt's doubtful, but keep trying.
Joe Farmer leaves his chewed gum under the desk to Grady Bletsch and Freddy
Burns. Boys, there is enough for both. .
Toby Farris leaves his best wishes to Marvin Becker and John Lewis. You will need
it in your senior year.
Lanny Fr'ench leaves his pretty black hair to Coy Bailey.
Johnny Frosch and Wiley Martin leave their ability to get out of school half a day
to Charles Banks and Claude Biddle.
Lydia Fuentes leaves to Irene Quintanilla and Julian Vasquez her ability to sew well.
Howard Garner leaves his ability to daydream in Civics Class to Fred Bohanan and
Christian Hansen leaves his oh-so-quiet ways to Wendall Crunk and Bill Curry.
Frances Harden leaves to Twila Ferguson her bookkeeping book. Good Luck, Kid.
Pat Henderson leaves his love for practical English to Harry Don Hoffmeyer and
Kenneth Loveless. You will like it, too, boys.
David Herbelin leaves his pleasant manner to John Ferguson and Terry Fisher.
Preston Howard and JackuSaffle leave to Wendall Gustafson and Bobby Sullivan
their ability to get out of school at mid-term.
Billy Jackson leaves his ability to doze in Home and Family Living Class to Joel
Carey and Richard Childs.
Carolyn Jansky and Janet Moak leave their jobs in l.C.T. to Patsy Compton and
Leonard Jiminez leaves his ability to drive to Johnny Martinez and John Flores. Be
Charlene Jobe leaves her quiet unhurried way to Ethel Spear and Helen Strickland.
You will need it, girls.
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The alumni of the Class of '56 is assembled in the huge dining room of the
famous N,Q1yman and Watson Hotel. Travis and Clinton decided to give Waco
something better than the Roosevelt. It is June I, 1971, and we have all enioyed
the fifteen years since our high school days. Our toastmaster for the evening is
Billy Ray Baker, that famous diesel technician, who with his partner, Garland
Biddle, designed a truck without wheels for winter weather.
"Cuma Walters! l'm so glad you could come back for tonight. This homecoming
banquet is just the thing. Everyone has certainly changed in the past fifteen years."
"Yes, Joyce, I hardly recognize some of the people here tonight."
"Look, there is Jackie Reed. Poor thing! She never married. I understand that
she has given up kindergarten teaching for something more soothing-taming
lions in Raymond Kaluza and Lanny French's famous French and Kaluza Circus.
Robert Allen has recently taken a position with their circus too. He is the mu-
sician who plays the piano while Joan Lasseter, Patsy Morris, and Liddy Anderson
do their high wire act.
"Robert Payne is a very prosperous scientist. His secretary, Janet Moak, told me
that Robert has lust invented a serum which when iniected into chickens makes
scrambled, fried, poached, or deviled eggs. This invention really pleased Donald
Sherrard, who has taken over the Youngblood's chicken business.
Mf'Betty Ramsey is working in Barry Bower's law office. She is here tonight on
crutches, accompanied by her nurse, Wanda Payne. The reason for the crutches is
that she was found by Mrs. Ruby Barnes Bowers sitting on Larry's lap telling
funny little stories.
"We miss the 'old favorite' Thomas Berger tonight. He has been driving a
dynamite truck and Bill McGlasson told us that Thomas went to pieces when the
dynamite exploded. He has to be kept quiet for a while.
"Carolyn Jansky must be having a terrible gime. She is sitting by Virginia Davis,
who iust graduated from Donald Kunze's school of nursing. Since graduation she
has become very careless with her needles. She carries one around with her
constantly and uses it too.
"For entertainment tonight we have the 'Four Spades,' Dudley Anderson, Ken-
neth Knight, Donald Ashley, and Aubrey Bradford. Since the fall of the 'Four Aces'
from popularity these boys have become quite famous.
"Linda Bishop and Colleen Black are warning Sibyl Allen Frosch about how men
are after they are married. Sibyl and Johnny were finally married last week.
"What used to be Bird Kultgen's business is now owned by Jerry Brink, Henry
Wilson, and Paul Wood. The name of it now is B.W.8QW. Hotrods.
"As I was talking to Jean Plasek just before I came over here, she told me that
she and Wilfred Schaeper are on the teaching staff at Darlene Polk University.
Oh, yes, and guess who the president of the university is, yes, Woodie Rowell!
He has become a great success. Jean also said that Marlene CSmithj and Charles
Martin live near the university and have two lovely children.
"Glenn Pope is now Mayor of Robinson. He said that he was not going to let
that city go to the dogs. Sherr Perr and Alberta Volz are really the ones who are
doing the work though, they are his a visors.
Mary Ann Meier and Barbara Sachs are in Hollywood. They recently co-starred
in a movie called "It Came from the Unknown."
A FLASH FROM THE FUTURE
Stanley Rentz and Ronald Dees were able to be here tonight only because they
were on their way to California for a bowl game. They play professional football
for the Cleveland Browns.
Dr. John Talbert is getting rich fast since he went into the medical profession.
He and the druggist on the next block, Lewis Propst, do a lot of business.
"Pat McNamara and Boyd Pryor bought out Wm. Cameron and Company
and in their huge office have seven head stenographers. They are Gu V g k
Shirley Meier, Evelyn Lloyd, Anna Morris, Betty Nothdurft Petrich, and Jennettie
Toten. But head of the head stenographers is Barbara Densman McNamara. She
stays there to keep Pat from being too friendly with the other girls. Betty married
Eddie Petrich, who is doing a thriving business where the old Brass Rail used to
be. It is now Petrich's Parlor. His chief customers are Preston Howard, Billy Jack-
son, James Robertson, and John Davis.
"Don Cruse and Tommy Baxley are professors in the English department at
"Claude Carey is now residing in New York and word came by the grapevine
that he is known as the most eligible bachelor there."
"Joyce, don't you think that Barbara Smith and June Reese did a good iob
baking this delicious ham? They both are chefs at the Rhodes Restaurant, for-
merly, the Elite Cafe. Nelda has increased it to twice its original size. Howard
Garner is her head waiter.
"Beinice Shaw, LaVada Willard, and Joyce Yerby are all married, and LaVada
runs a diaper service for extra money. Joyce furnishes her with enough work so
that she should be able to retire with a neat little nest egg. Bernice still can't be-
lieve that she is married and is all black and blue from pinching herself to see
whether she is awake."
"A celebrity in our midst tonight is Billy Moeller, who is Hollywood's present
heart-throb. He brought Marinel Schnizer and Adelene Thompson, his beauticians,
with him to see to it that his curly locks are kept presentable at all times.
"Remember the Roundup on North 25th Street? Well, it is now the Trail Ride
owned by Joyce Lanier. She has some of our class working for her. Mary Love,
Gertie LaFrance, Barbara Clay, and Frances Harden look real sharp in those cow
"Harold Meadors, Jack Saffle, Bobby Snider, Wiley Martin, and Leonard Jimenez
are still driving those same old ialopies they had when we graduated.
"University's teaching staff consists of many of our classmates. Bobby Buffing-
ton, Christian Hansen, and Pat Henderson are the coaches. They are looking
forward to coaching Joan Koerth and David Herbelin's and Mary Ann Niles and
Frank Payne's boys. Senator Woods, our civics teacher, had to give up teaching
for other duties. Gilbert Londenberg has taken his place, and Charlene Jobe has
replaced Miss Moncrief.
"Texas Power and Light Company is no more! Ronnie and Bobby Watts have
established the Watts and Watts Electric Company.
"The Rivoli Theater, which closed the summer before we graduated, has been
opened again by Kenneth Cepak, Toby4'arris, and Donald Neumann. Betty Behne
is the ticket girl and Lydia Fuentes and Donald Capps are working at the candy
counter. Davis Collier shows the movies for them while James Sharp and Joe
Farmer take tickets at the door.
"Look, there is Lois Newton. She is making the Navy her career.
"Cuma, I hope it isn't fifteen years before I see you again."
"Yes, and Joyce, I hope your name isn't Koch next time I see you. Bye now."
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PREPARING TODAY FOR LEADERSHIP TOMORROW
V.I.C. SNAPSHOTS: C11 V.l.C. Christmas Party C21 Carolyn and
Virginia collect for March of Dimes C31 Louise, Joan, Wiley,
and Thomas deliver Christmas Basket to needy C41 Elaine and
Freddie at Christmas Party C51 John, George, Curtis, Bobby, Wiley,
and Ronny on V.I.C, fishing trip C61 Carolyn and Ronny, Bobby
and Rita, Janet and Don at Christmas Party C71 Thomas eats while
Wiley looks on C81 Mr. Carrell shows V.I.C, members how its
done C91 Wiley and Boyd at Christmas Party C101 V.l.C. Group on
fishing trip C111 Bobby, John, and George at Lake Whitney C121
Wiley and Curtis on V.l.C. fishing trip C131 Carolyn helps with
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Hennigan, Virginia, Herbelin, Durwood. Second row: Hicks, Dixie, Holmes, Violet, Howard, Mike,
Howard, Phillip, Johnson, Woodrow, Keele'r, Ronnie, Kiff, Annette, Killen, Bill. Third row, Kinsey, Tommy,
Kirkpatrick, Janet, Lamendola, Salvadore, Yarbrough, Shirley, Langston, Diane, Lovvorn, John, Ling,
Clarence, Londenberg, David. Fourth row, Lyon, Nancy, McClintock, Michael, McCormick, Woodie,
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Ray, Montague, Zula, Montemayor, Lee, Moore, Jeannette, Mostyn, Claude, Muckleroy, Robert, Murphree,
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row: Svvanner, Tommy, Tanner, Ann, Taylor, Virginia, Taylor, Rayburn, Thompson, Carol, Thorne, Gloria,
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Alice, Young, Billy, Carpenter, Patricia, Ferrell, F. W., Martinez, Rosie.
OFFICERS OF CLASS OF '61
Frances Hancock, Secreiaryp Barren Moore, Vice Presidenfg Frances Tusa, President.
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First row: Abbe, Donald, Aldridge, Riley, Allen, Joe, Allen, Robert, Arellano, Reba, Armstrong, Tommy,
Roy. Second row: Barnes, Delores, Bayer, Fred, Black, Joe, Blackburn, Larry,
Edward, Booker, Anna Karl, Brock, Jerry. Third row: Brown, Arthur, Brown,
Billy, Buchanan, Carlton, Butler, John, Callaway, Glenda, Calvery, Rita, Carey, Harrington, Carpenter,
Sandra. Fourth row: Carroll, Joey, Chadwick, Barbara, Childs, Anita, Cobb, Patricia, Coleman, Julia, Cook
Charles, Copeland, Billy, Covey, Gary. Fifth row: Crawford, Richard, Davis, Paul, Deal, Donald, Dennard
Patsy, Desmuke, Jaunita, Donaldson, Peggy, Drum, Jackie, Dunkin, Garland. Sixth row: Dunn, Robert
Dyer, Jerry, Edens, John, Ellett, Harold.
Baer, George, Baldridge,
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Koon, Nancy, Kurtz, Annie. Second row: Lee, Bobby, Lopez, Margaret, Luedke, Dovie, Macy, Jay R.-
Markum, James, Marrs, Tony, Martin, Dean, Martin, William. Third row: Mayes, William, McCormick, Sue,
McKay, Jack, McMeen, Beverly, Mendenhall, Lee, Moak, Sherry, Montgomery, Harold, Moore, Barret.
Fourth row, Morris, Wendell, Murphree, James, Nelson, Wayne, Narcross, Carl, Nunn, Don, Norris
Linda, Oates, Norman, Oliver, Esther. Fifth row, Paul, Gay, Parker, Shirley, Poore, Janet, Portwood, Noel,
Powers, Bobby, Racobs, Michael, Reyes, Carmen, Richardson, Alfred. Sixth row: Rinewalt, Judith, Robert-
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Doty, Wayne, Scott, Donald. Second row, Segrest, David, Sharp, Patsy, Shaw, Billy, Smith, Jo Carol,
Smith, Thomas, Grantham, Donald, Statham, Carolyn, Steele, Jerry. Third row, Stone, Nell, Stoermer,
Kenneth, Taub, Betty, Thompson, A. L. Trantham, Floyd, Turner, Jim Ed, Tusa, Frances, Underhill, Linda.
Fourth row, Ustick, Grace, Wyse, Otto, Verba, Lynnwood, Wallace, Janneta, Wallis, Eldred, Ware, Eva
Lou, Webb, Donna, Whitely, Jackie. Fifth row: Williams, Eugene, Wilson, Holley, Wright, Donna, Wilson,
Melba Lee, Svaida, Marilyn, Medlock, Donna, Grantham, Rita, Rice, Joe. Sixth row: Rosas, Mary,
Rosenbaum, Leona, Tipton, J. D., Little, Darvin, Pitcher, Billy, Quintero, George.
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CLARENCE E. DIERKING, Coach
Mr. Dierking attended Brenham High School,
played football and ran track. In football he was
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and Honorable Mention All-American. He gradu-
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In nineteen fifty one he attended Baylor. Mr.
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He graduated from Baylor with a Bachelor of
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Mr. Yoes graduated from San Angelo High
School and San Angelo Junior College where he
played football. He went to Howard Payne Col-
lege in Brownwood, where he played football,
and basketball. Yoes was also a member of Who's
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two years. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts
Degree in 1948. Later he received a Master of
Arts Degree from Baylor.
He has coached at Pecos, Los Fresnos, Lorraine,
and Bronte. In 1954-55 he came to University.
Bottom row: Danny Robertson, Noe! Portwood, Billy Brown, Ronnie Hill, Marvin Riddle, David Haddock,
Randy Tallent, Robert Welch, Jimmy Glockzin. Second row: Milton Makowsky, Darryl Cox, Joe Moore,
F. W. Ferrell, Jim Fuller, Tommy Swanner, George Crow, James Guthrie, Jim Murphy, Kenny Hunter.
Third row: Clarence Dierking, Coach, Donald Alsup, Donald Midkiff, Charles Clawson, Jimmy Tull, Leo
Barnes, Scott Williams, Ronny McKay, Alfred Richardson, Elbert Yoes, Coach. Top row: Gene Harbert,
Gene Glockzin, Jimmy Nicklow, Ronald Ramsey, Joe Bowden, Claude Dollins, Larry Weeks, Gerald
Warnock, Clarence Garland.
UNIVERSITY LITTLE TROJANS
The flashy University Little Troians gained a nice shiny trophy by winning all
their games in city competition without being scored on. Though the fast, hard
hitting Little Troians were beaten once in their marvelous season by a powerful
Central team, they won the city championship and avenged last year's only defeat
by beating the West Yellow Jackets I4-O.
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University ,,s.,, ,o..,.. 2 2 Reagan ..,.
University 21 North ,,o,,,
University ,Ls..c ,,,..s. 2 7 LaVega so,,
University. ,,L,,o. 41 West Station
University oo,.vv ..,oo. I 4 Central ,ss,s,,.,u .,s,ss 3 5
University s,oo,u ss..sL I 4 West ooLoo,oo,ou
Bottom row: Larry Weeks, Gene Glockzin, Scott Williams, Gene Harbert, Charlie Clawson, Harold Balch,
Claude Dollins, David Haddock, Second row: Mr. Dierking, Coach, George Crow, Donald Midkiff, Marion
Boatman, Joe Bowden, Richard Miller, Mr. Yoes, Coach. Top row: Kenny Hunter, Manager, Danny Robertson,
Manager, Jimmy Fuller, Merle Welch, James Tull, Milton Makowsky, Manager.
GAME SCORES INDIVIDUAL SCORES
South I5 Claude Dollins
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so 32 East ,U , a,,a, 20 Larry Weeks 3,
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222222 North 3I Charlie Clawson
29 West c.,,,, .,c,,c 2 9 Merle Welch , ,,c,,c. ,U
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S E A S O N
The Junior High Basketball team had a good season in '55 and '56 losing to only
two teams, West and North, both twice, for a 6 and 4 record in city competition.
We started the season with three straight wins and then lost two in a row. We
then began winning again and won three more and lost two more, one to North
3I-22 and one to West by one point 30-29. The Junior High team not only won
third place in the city, but went to the finals in the City Tournament losing to West
again by a slim margin of 3 points 35-32, after beating Connally 33-IO, West Station
41-30, and Corsicana 35-30.
First row: Marilyn Washman, Janet Blair, Ben Brown, Alvis Ware, Joe Bowden, Mike McClintock, Jimmy
Burdett, Molly Denney. Second row: Patsy Oliver, Brenda Ballew, Gene Glockzin, Paul Henderson, Violet
Holmes, Nancy Curtis, Clarence Ling, Gerald Grisham, Wayne Beckham, James Guthrie, Lloyd Todd,
Don Cole. Third row: Ronny McKenzie, Davis Barnes, Georgia Glidewell, Robert Welch, Fred Barnett,
George Crow, Philip Shaw, David Herbelin, Joe Moore, Johnny Brisby. Fourth row: Ronnie Keeler,
Mr. Day, Director, Sharon Tallent, Toni Anderson, Betty Sharp, Margo Hardin, Barbara Watson.
President MOLLY DENNEY Treasurer E , ,E , MARGO HARDIN
Vice President so E C GENE GLOCKZIN Sergeant-at-Arms E ROYCE DAILY
Secretary , ,, so PATSY OLIVER Reporter 7 GEORGE CROW
Director , 7 , , MR. DAY
Toni Anderson, Margo Hardin, Barbara Watson, Betty Sharp.
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
Bottom row: Carolyn Scott, Sally Stead, Janet Kirkpatrick, Sue Cherry, Ann Tanner, Billie Hammit, Jim
Stead, Larry Stahr, Robert Wilcox, Danny Robertson, Jimmy Murphy, Mary Tate, Darlene Carpenter,
Delores Murphree, Mary Moseley, Janice Howard, Annette Kitt. Second row: Evelyn Spear, Barbara
Schimschat, Linda Haddock, Gay Huckaby, Charles Rhodes, Bert Baker, Travis Nunn, James Bridges,
Don Meier, Jimmy Smith, Patricia Carpenter, Judy Deaver, Diane Langston, Virginia Foreman. Third
row: Carol Thompson, Betty Barnes, Eva Norris, LaVerne Murphy, Lena Thrasher, Retta Baker, Ruby
Courtney, David Haddock, Albert Alexander, James Fuller, Ann Bohanan, Jeanette Moore, Ernestine
Guthrie, Gloris Thorne, Elva Owens, Nancy Lyon, Carolyn Cotten, Alice Williams. Fourth row: Sue
Nelson, Doris Hall, Lena Bray, Eleanor Tulloch, Frank Phillips, Richard Quintanilla, Freddie Miller,
Robert Boatman, Jack Pitcher, Billy Powitzky, Chester Portwood, Janice Brown, Gloria Lebkowsky,
Judy Brink, Jean Ozment, Ella Markwardt, Deanna Jolly. Fifth row: Sue Wooten, Diane Holder,
Shirley Willey, Linda Ash, Retha Ashley, Wanda Bearden, David Abbe, John Rogers, Sherrill Sharp,
Henry Baker, Tom Welsh, Curtis Steele, Mrs. Orr, Sponsor, Clarence Garland, Milton Makowsky, Lloyd
Read, Ernestine Crawford, Marie Holcomb, Claudette Wittie, Bonnie Morgan, Loretta Hammons.
MARY HELEN TATE
Sweetheart and Beau
BONNIE MORGAN and CLARENCE GARLAND
To provide opportunities for the
e n i o y m e nt of experiences
through music. To learn the value
of cooperation in group effort. To
develop techniques and stand-
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JUNIOR HIGH DANCE CLUB
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Bottom row: Miss Mailander, Sponsor, Rebecca Jennings, Alice Desmuke, Barbara Watson, Marie
Holcomb, Edna Toten, Ann Quirk, Kay Smith, Molly Coleman, Margo Hardin, Molly Denny, Patsy
Oliver, Sally Stead, Darlene Carpenter, Carolyn Cotton, Shirley King. Second row: Mrs. Williams,
Sponsor, Dewey Abbe, David Abbe, Marion Boatman, Jean Ozment, Evelyn Spear, Patricia Bell, Judy
Deaver, Linda Haddock, Lena Thrasher, Billie Hammit, Virginia Foreman, Gay Nell Huckaby, Sue
Cherry, Mrs. Hackett, Sponsor. Third row: Gerald Grisham, Sherrin Tallent, Joan Greiner, Joe Bowden,
Bonny Morgan, Ella Markwardt, Nancy Woods, Lou Ann Bohanan, Dixie Hicks, Virginia Taylor,
Carol Thompson, Shirley Statham, Zula Mae Montague, Charlene Haines. Fourth row: Randy Tallent,
Mary Helen Tate, Tony Anderson, Jimmy Nicklow, Ann Tanner, Danny Robertson, Alice Williams,
Ruby Courtney, Jimmy Smith, Retta Baker, Mike McClintock, Beverly Dayhoff, Jack Pitcher, Claudette
Willingham, Mr. Dierking, Sponsor. Fifth row: Darryl Cox, Ronald Ramsey, Gene Glockzin, Kenneth
Hunter, Jimmy Murphy, Milton Makowsky, Michael Clemmons, Brian Sedberry, Bill Killen, Freddy
Miller, Billy Powitzky, Wanda Bearden, Patsy Dugger. Sixth row: Jimmy Fuller, Tom Welch, Marvin
Riddle, Claude Payne, Robert Boatman, Wilmer Earhart, Jimmy Burdette, Frances Nunn, Garland Love,
Larry Chadwick, Robert Muckleroy. Top row: Larry Weeks, Gene Harbert, Ronnie Hill, Mike Smith,
Ernest Marlin, F. W. Ferrell, Don Meier, David Granger, Woodie McCormick, Wayne Barrett, Curtis
Steele, Charles Vollmer, Charles Taylor, Winston Watkins.
President Co-Vice Presidents Co-Secretaries Treasurer
LARRY WEEKS MARION BOATMAN ANN TANNER JIMMY MURPHY
BONNIE MORGAN GENE GLOCKZIN
MISS MAILA DE
MRS. A. WH-HAMRS Better Dancing for Junior High Students.
JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
Bottom row: Mignon Furqueron, James Murphree, Sally Hardin, Betty Taub, Bobbi Sue Robins, Kay
Smith, Kenny Hunter. Second row: Ruby Courtney, Molly Denny, Patsy Oliver, Molly Coleman, Frances
Tusa, John Brisby. Top row: Gene Glockzin, Norman Oates, Bobby Powers, Mrs. Heggie, Sponsorp
David Londenberg, Jimmie Murphy, Larry Weeks. Not shown: Diane Holder, Bonnie Morgan, Barrett
Moore, Joe Dalrymple.
President ,, u,a,a,,u, a,.,,a,u,,u, . ,,.a KENNY HUNTER
Vice President ,,,e,, .BONNIE MORGAN
Secretary ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, MOLLY COLEMAN
Treasurer ,.ea a,,e , JOE DALRYMPLE
Reporter ,u,u, ea,e,, M OLLY DENNEY
Sponsor ,,u,, ,,,e,e,e M RS. HEGGIE
To establish higher and better ideals of conduct.
To train as students to acquire experience and efficiency in the practice of democ-
To encourage students to be ot service to others.
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Bottom row: Aubrey Crouch, Mike Howard, Richard Warneke, Larry Sfahr, Bud Spence, Aubrey Richards,
Salvadore Lamendola, Ronny McKenzie. Second row: Tommy Kinsey, Johnny Norman, Henry Coren-
field, Mrs, Alexander, Sponsor, Lloyd Read, Frank Sorrels, Claude Mostyn. Top row: James Miller,
Clarence Ling, Rex Whitaker, David Lonclenberg, Louis Bayer, John Lovvorn, Billy Black, Durwood
Herbelin, Philip Shaw.
Presidenf ,,,,...... - so ,,,.,,,, AUBREY RICHARDS
Vice President c,,... ,,c,L L ,,,,....., . .,c,, B UD SPENCE
Secrefary ,ccsc.a.,.o.. .,cc,,c....,...,a,,c R EX WHITAKER
Sergeant-af-Arms ....,o,. SALVADORE LAMENDOLA
Sponsor LL,,.,,.o,,,,,, ......,...,,,,,, M RS. ALEXANDER
To develop skill and sportsmanship in playing games Together.
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Bottom row: Lee Mendenhall, James Murphree, Harold Ellen, Richard Crawford, Barren Moore, Johnny
Brisby, Jimmy Brewer. Second row: Ray Cockrell, Dean Marlin, George Quintero, Joe Gonzales, Tommy
Golay, Lloyd Todd. Third row: Philip Howard, Riddle Steddum, Richard Quinranilla, Mrs. Beeman,
Sponsor, Holly Jean Wilson, Joy Marie Boatman, Delores Howard. Fourth row: Woodrow Johnson,
Don Cole, Ronnie Keeler, Robert Wilcox, Jay R. Macy, Ray Moliror, James Weafhers. Not shown:
Ronny Mckay, Otto Wyse.
Presidenf ..,... ....... RIDDLE STEDDUM
Vice President ..... .. BARRETT MOORE
Secretary ......... .. GEORGE QUINTERO
Sponsor ....,. , ............. MRS. BEEMAN
The aim of The Hobby Club is To further The interest of sludents in such indoor
games as, checkers, dominoes, cards, and chess.
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Bottom row: Margaret Koerth, Janneta Wallace, Davie Luedke, Sharon Robinson, Sally Hardin, Judith
Rinevvalt, Kay Ryno, Nell Stone. Second row: Janet Poore, Beverly McNein, Donna Herbelin, Linda Norris,
Mrs. Clements, Sponsorg Patsy Sharp, Anna Karl Booker, Pat Greaves, Bobby Ann Feldman. Third row:
Betty Kensey, Peggy Ann Donaldson, Edna Gibson, Leona Rosenbaun, Eva Lou Ware, Rita Grantham,
Barbara Chadwick. Not shown: Dorothy Greene, Donna Wright, Judy Kelley.
President ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, J UDITH RINEWALT
Vice President ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, S HARON ROBINSON
Secretary-Treasurer ,e,, e.,,,e,,a B EVERLY NlCNlElN
Sponsor MA,A,-.,- , ,,Y,Y -,v,-,,,, ,,,,,, Nl R S. CLEMENTS
The aim of the Charm Club is To learn to live graciously. The purpose is for self
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Bottom row: Tox Kennedy, Ernest Whitner, Orland Long, Charles Rhodes, Joe May, Maurice Easter
Second row: Jerry Dickerson, William Pope, David Haddock, Mr. Corley, Sponsor, Donald Kendrick,
Charles Clawson, Claude Dollins. Third row: Tony Leggio, Ellis Smith, Bobby Williams, Herbert Buck
Robert Welch. Not shown: Don Alsup, Joe Moore.
President ,,,.....,,,,,,,,,.,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,., , ..fff JOE MOORE
Vice President ,,,,, W ,.,,. V ,ffff DAVlD HADDOCK
Secretary-Treasurer cc,,,cc ..,ss sfffsss E L l-I5 SMITH
Sponggr YYYYYYA----wYYYYYY , ,.,,, MR. CORLEY
To develop efficiency and safety while camping.
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Bottom row: Nancy Koon, Linda Fuentes, Bobbie Robins, Jim Ed Turner, Reba Arellano, Carmen Reyes,
Annie Lou Kurtz. Second row: Jerry Brock, Earl Ellis, .loe Farley, Douglas Kattner, Miss Edge, Sponsor,
Tommy Armstrong, Norman Mayes, Bill Holder, Bill Copeland, Porter Beckham. Third row: Raymond
Adams, Norman Oates, Fred Bayer, Kenneth Stoermer, Glen Horn, Harold Montgomery, Joe Gates,
President ,,,s,ss,,,e, S, ,,,, ,WGAY PAUL
Vice President ss,s BOBBIE SUE ROBINS
Secretary . , ,,,,,, BOBBY POWERS
Treasurer 7 CARMEN REYES
Sponsor S as U ssss 7 EMISS EDGE
The purpose ofthe Sketch Club is to have fun sketching with various media.
JUNIOR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Bottom row: Betty Banes, Lena Bray, Janice Brown, Retha Ashley, Tornasania Ellis, Beverly Hunter,
Diane Holder. Second row: Doris Hall, Virginia Hennigan, La Verne Murphy, Shirly Doty, Gloria
Lebkowsky, Elva Owen, Mary Ann Mosley. Third row: Geraldine Freeman, Diane Langston, Ernestine
Guthrie, Mrs. Eichelberger, Sponsor, Annette Kitt, Eleanor Tullock, Jeannette Moore.
President ,E ,,,,a,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,7,,,,, D IANE HOLDER
Vice President ,, GLORIA LEBKOWSKY
Secretary ,ccae ceee ccceccceeecc J A NICE BROWN
Treasurer . ,,,, ..,,c BEVERLY HUNTER
Historian ,,u,,, ...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, RETHA ASHLEY
Reporter cccccccccucuc uuucc, V IRGINIA HENNIGAN
Parliamentarian ,LA VERNE MURPHY
Song Leader ,,,,, ,, ,,,c,, ELEANOR TULLOCK
Sponsor ceccccccc cccccc M RS. EICHELBERGER
To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership.
To encourage democracy in home and community lite.
To work tor good home and family lite tor all.
To promote international good Will.
To provide Wholesome individual and group recreation.
To further interest in home economics.
To promote a growing appreciation ot the ioys and satistactions of
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BOYS' ACTIVITY CLUB
Bottom row: Lyndon Jaynes, John Butler, George Baer, Bobby Robertson, Orval Kilgore, Jimmie Holley,
Terry Holt. Second row: Joe Black, Noel Portwood, Darvin Little, Wayne Doty, Kenneth Kerns, Rowe
Dean Haddock, Pat Horton, Robert Allen. Third row: William Martin, Dadton Buchanan, Riley Aldrich,
Mrs. Furqueron, Sponsor, Jerry Steele, Carl Floyd, Mervin Robins, .lack McKay.
President ,,,,,,A,,, ,,,v,,,,,.,........ N OEL PORTWOOD
Vice President .... ............... W ILLIAM MARTIN
Secretary .,..,... ........ R OWE DEAN HADDCCK
Sponsor , ,.,.,,.,..,,,. ,MRS. FERQUERON
To Provide Pupil Planning
To Teach Better Citizenship
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Bottom row: Merl Welch, Benny Willeford, Richard Miller, Joe Lindsey, James Fuller, Arthur Thomson.
Second row: James Tull, Clarence Garland, Fred BarneTt, Henry Baker, Gerald Warnock. Top row:
Tony Moreno, Mralin Haggerty, Mr. Johnson, Sponsor, Donald Midkiff, Johnny Oswalt,
President ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,, CLARENCE GARLAND
Vice President 7, , H ,,,,c, W JAMES TULL
Secretary ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, A LBERT ALEXANDER
Sp0n50r YYYYY YYYY Y Y, MR, JOHNSON
To increase student inferesf in making science a career.
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Bottom row: Don Nunn, Ray Gambol, Donald Deal, Joe Allen, Benny Franklin, Thomas Smith, John
Edens, Jackie Whiteley. Second row: Wayne Nelson, Charles Jones, Eugene Williams, Robert Dunn,
Quentin Haug, Carl Norcross, Roy Baldridge. Third row: Eldred Wallis, Max Robertson, Kenneth Jenkins,
Miss Leddy, Sponsor, Earl Haugh, Alfred Richardson, Donald Scott, Jimmy Jones, Top row: Ronny
McKay, Wendell Morris, Paul Davis, Kenneth Evans, Gary Covey, A. L. Thompson.
President ,, ,C , , ,,o, , ,,,, ,THOMAS SMITH
Sergeant-at-Arms ,o,,,, ,JNALFRED RICHARDSON
Sponsor ,,,, I ,,o,, ,. ,,,,,o,o,,, ,MISS LEDDY
To provide added opportunity for recreational activities.
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Bottom row: Gloria Thorne, Mary Reyes, Patricia Carpenter, Delores Murphree, Brenda Ballew, Beverly
Brumrnett, Sandra Gummelt. Second row: Barbara Schimschat, Nancy Lyon, Carolyn Scott, Darlene
Carpenter, Janet Kirkpartick, Kathleen Harbert, Linda Davis. Top row: Barbara l-lairel, Georgia Glidwell,
Violet Holmes, Mrs. Raisanen, Sponsor, Nancy Curtis, Janet Blair, Marilyn Washmon.
President ,as.,,,.,,a,a,a,a,a,. ,,,,,sas BRENDA BALLEW
vice President ssss of s, sssss MARILYN WASHMON
Secretary ssssssss as KATHLEEN HARBERT
Treasurer DELORES MURPHREE
Sponsor ,,,, ,,,, , ,, MRS. RAISANEN
To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions,
nationalities, and to grow in knowledge and love of God.
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Bottom row: Charles Russell, Garland Dunkin, Arthur Brown, Rex Hampton, Donald Abbe, James
Ethridge, Lynwood Vrba. Second row: David Segrest, Leonard Holle, Bobby Lee, Weldon Glockzin,
Elwod Harris, E. C, King. Top row: Larry Blackburn, Dennis Kidwell, Charles Gonzales, Mr. Pearson,
Sponsor, Jimmy Glockzin, James Harden, J. D. Tipton. Not shown: Roy Baldridge, Gary Covey, Paul
Davis, Jerry Engleclow, Kenneth Evans, Jimmy Jones, Max Robertson, Donald Scott, Wendell Morris,
and Donald Grantham.
President oo.ooo.oo. L .,.,., .JIMMY GLOCKZIN
Vice President .LARRY BLACKBURN
Secretary ,,,o , . , ,,,, W.. . ..... GARY COVEY
Sergeant-at-Arms .,,,, ,,,. . HMAX ROBERTSON
Sponsor H ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, Nl R. PEARSON
To develop responsibility both as a group and individually.
To develop sportsmanship.
How to get along with others.
To develop a carry over interest in sports activities.-
To develop social recreation.
To acquaint the students with all types of activities.
To improve healthful living.
To find and develop some interest for every individual member.
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Bottom row: Betty Taub, Shirley Yarbrough, Shirley Hall, Linda Underhill, Julia Coleman, Frances Hancock,
Jackie Drumr Second row: Donna Webb, Jo Carol Smith, Donna Hammock, Carol Scott, Shirley Parker
Rita Calvary, Particia Cobb, Kay Carpenter. Third row: Michael Racobs, Sue McCormack, Marie Howard,
Mrs. Williams, Sponsor, Margaret Lopez, Francis Tusa.
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Vice President oeoo , I eeeo I Aeooe JULIA CQLEMAN
Secretary , , , SHERRY ANN MOAK
Program Chairman L .e,,, LINDA UNDERHILL
Sponsor eec. cccccc. . ccccc ccccc M R S. WILLIAMS
The aim of this club is to learn to be a more attractive and gracious person.
We are striving for self-improvement.
Bottom row: Kenneth Pryor, Paul Henderson, Ben Brown, Donnie Wallace, Fred Sheldon James Vivian
Second row: John Rogers, Thomas Deal, George Crow, James Guthrie, Dwain McLemore Leo Barnes
Top row: Scott Williams, Mr. Crump, Sponsor, Harold Balch. Not shown: Tommy Davenport
President , ,e,, 7 ,C
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To develop good sportsmanship in competitive game
To have fun.
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SENIORS' LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Raymond Kaluza leaves his favorite teacher, Miss Moncrief, to James Davis and
Robert Duty. I know she'll be yours, too, boys!
Kenneth Knight leaves his vocabulary to John Crocker and Lane Dollins.
Joyce Koch leaves for California the night after graduation. I wonder why?
Joan Koerth leaves her nickname "Queeny" to Bessie Gale Brown and JoAnn
Donald Kunze leaves his love for Mrs. McCullough to Dan Holley and Harold Harris.
Gartie LaFrance leaves her love for reading to Loretta Carpenter and Alvena Childs.
Joyce Lanier leaves to Mary Lee Owens and Joan Oldham her place in bookkeeping.
Joan Lassetter leaves her "D's" in English to Janet Kunkel and Anita Reinke.
Evelyn Lloyd leaves her place in the Press Club to Johnny Campbell and Bobby
Gilbert Londenberg leaves his little sister, Elizabeth, to George Furqueron and Jay
Gardner. Take care of her, boys.
Mary Love leaves her back seat in English class to Fredda Clewis and Joyce Collins.
Charles Martin leaves his place in the National Honor Society to James Easter and
Bill McGlasson leaves his ability to get help with book reports to Allan Glockzin
and Tommy Leka.
Pat McNamara leaves his favorite study hall teacher, Mr. Davis, to Richard Leshikar
and William McCown.
Harold Meadors wishes to leave his civic book to Bettie Dolezel and Janice Cope-
land. Don't fight over it, girls. '
Mary Ann Meier wishes to leave her "flirty" ways to Jo Ann Felkner and Patricia
Shirley Meier leaves to Ethel Holcomb and Jo Nell Hollingsworth her favorite sub-
iect, Secretarial 'Training.
Billy Moeller leaves his brother, Homer, for Elouise Willingham and Dorothy
Lindsey to look after.
Anna Morris leaves her ability to stay unattached to Joyce Garrett and Gloria
Patsy Morris leaves all of her teachers to Linda Glazener and Marlene Herwald.
Donald Neumann leaves his convertible to Bob Segrest and Alvin Sams.
Trav' wman just hopes to leave.
ois Newton leaves her unmistakable giggle to Carolyn Woodliff and Diane Smith.
Betty Nothdurft leaves her place in the library to Barbara Jenkins.
Frank Payne leaves his ability to get away with chewing gum in Miss Moncrief's
class to Billy Gill and Leeverl Mo-reland.
Robert Payne leaves his nickname "Birdie" to Bobby Dickerson.
Wanda Payne leaves her hand to Weldon Douglas.
Sherry Perry leaves her ability to get out of class to all of the Junior girls.
Eddie Petrich and Paul Wood lea,ve the "drag races" to Richard Tilary and E. R.
Jean Plasek leaves to Marcia Anderson her iob as editor of the annual.
Darlene Polk and Marinel Schnizer leave their ability to graduate at mid-term to
Azalea Watkins and Gelene Leggott.
Mary Ann Niles leaves.
Glenn Pope leaves all his good grades to anyone who needs them.
Lewis Propst leaves to Mrs. Orr his truck.
Boyd Pryor leaves to Marvin Welch and Virgil Wiechering his ability to always
keep several girl friends on hand.
Betty Ramsey wishes to leave her witty remarks to Patsy Williams and Peggy
Jackie Reed wishes to leave her good "ole days" at University to Linda Smith.
June Reese leaves to Gail Lowrie and Martha Ann May her old boy friends.
Stanley Rentz leaves his height to Bob Webb and Jimmy Wooten. Use it boys!
Nelda Rhodes leaves to Marie Moore and DeLois Riddley her good grades.
James Robertson leaves his ability to write stories to Kenneth Wilkinson and
Woodie Rowell leaves his ability to get along with his teachers so well to Benny
Barbara Sachs leaves her gracious smile to Barbara Oliver and Beverly Gill.
Wilfred Schaeper leaves his place as Basketball Captain to Arthur Smidt.
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SENIORS' LAST WILL. AND TESTAMENT
James Sharp leaves his little black car to Jimmy Webb and James Quirk.
Bernice Shaw leaves her good looks to Manske Smith.
onald Sherrard leaves his charm to Glenda Korne a
Bar afa Smith leaves to'Sue-Spnhgfield her catch a boyfriend.
Marlene Smith leaves her charm to Earlene Welch.
Bobby Snider leaves his short height to Norman Lasseter.
John J. Talbert, lll wills his place in the Key Club to Conrad Gamez.
Adelene Thompson,leaves to her brother, Thomas, all of her teachers.
Jeannettie Toten leaves to Doris Slovak her ability to never cause trouble in class.
Alberta Voltz leaves Taylor Whitlow to Mary Lou Nowka.
Cuma Walters leaves to be with Jerry.
Clinton Watson leaves his ability to always get excused absences to Saturnino Gon-
Tommie Shelnutt leaves to Barbara Reynolds her loud mouth and loyalty to Univer-
Ronnie Watts and Henry Wilson leave their desire to go to University to all the
Lavada Willard leaves her job to check roll in Civics to Betty Stodghill. Don't make
a mistake, Betty! r
Joyce Yerby leaves her ability to make up late book reports to Jane Wilkerson.
Sept. 30-Trojans vs. Corsicana Tigers at Municipal Stadium. The Trojans, sensational
in every phase, crushed out a 14-7 victory over the Tigers as they made it two in
a row and also a district opener win. Defying bad breaks and capitalizing the ones
they obtained themselves, the Trojans streaked on to victory following Coy
Bailey's recovery of a dropped Trojan punt on the Tiger 30-yard line late in the
third period. Every Trojan played his heart out and earned the well-deserved victory.
Kaluza was the outstanding ball carrier, picking up 130 yards in I4 carries. Buf-
fington was the standout on defense along with Moeller, Propst, McNamara, and
Rentz. The Trojans marched 96 yards to score along in the second period with Dees
plunging over from the one yard line. Chambers' kick was good and the game was
7-O. Corsicana managed to tie it up 7-all just before halftime. The winning drive
began when Dees punted and Bailey obtained possession for the Trojans when
the ball trickled off a Tiger punt received. Four plays later Duty sneaked over from
the one yard line. Chambers converted and the Trojans led T4-7.
Oct. 7-University Trojans at Bryan. The Bryan Bronchos proved to be a rugged
team as they won a hard fought game over the Trojans 20-6. The loss put the Tro-
jans' AAA record at one and one. Bryan turned a first-quarter Trojan fumble into
a touchdown and pounced on three more in the third quarter. The Trojans' lone
touchdown came on a brilliant 43 yard touchdown run by Raymond Kaluza on the
fourth play of the last quarter.
Oct. 14-Trojans vs. Travis Rebels at Austin. The Trojans exploded in the first quarter
for three touchdowns and then proceeded to crush Travis 26-7 for their second
District SAAA victory. George Jurecka was the "man of the hour," scoring one
touchdown, a 68-yard jaunt on his first carry of the night, and picking up l6O yards
in T7 carries. The eager Trojans jumped on an early Travis miscue and converted
it into their first touchdown and after gaining possession of the ball again after
the kick-off, Jurecka unleashed his 68-yard scamper to pay-dirt. Duty completed
the scoring late in the fourth period from 2 yards out after a 43-yard drive by
the Trojans. Buffington once again was the backbone of the Trojan defense along
with Bill Moeller, Lanny French, and Lewis Propst.
Oct. 21-Trojans vs. Temple Wildcats. The University Trojans, overpowered but not
outfought, went down against the fired-up Wildcats, 38-6 before a homecoming
crowd of 3,000 fans. After holding the Wildcats on even terms during the first
period, the scrappy Trojans gradually gave way to the consistent onslaught of the
Temple team. Jurecka brought the only sunshine to the Trojan fans when in the
second period he muffed the Temple kickoff on his 15 yard line, scooped up the
ball on the 20 and raced 80 yards for the Trojans' lone touchdown.
Nov. 4-Trojans at Palestine. The Wildcats stunned the Trojans with two touchdowns
in the first six minutes and went on to win the game 35-7. Duty kept the Wildcats
constantly off balance with a terrific first-half passing display while Kaluza turned
in several fine runs to account for the majority of the Trojan yardage. ln the line,
Coy Bailey, Stanley Rentz, Wendell Crunk, and Bill Curry were the standouts for
Nov. l l-Trojans vs. McCallum Knights. The University Trojans struck with the fero-
city and finesse of district champions during a three touchdown second half as they
smothered the McCallum Knights of Austin 26-7 to clinch fifth place in the District
5AAA standings. Jurecka scored the Trojan's first two touchdowns, one from the
4-yard line and the other on a 34-yard burst through the right side of the Knight
line with his path being fully cleared by a sensational block by Earl Cownover
around the McCallum TO-yard line.
Kaluza scored the Trojans' final touchdown from two yards out after setting
up the third on a pass play from Duty to Henderson with Henderson lateralling to
Kaluza who raced to the Knights' 9-yard line on a 2l-yard run. Donald Dees then
went 9 yards right up the middle to give the Trojans a 20-7 lead. Kaluza turned
in a fine defensive performance also for the winners to share the spotlight with
Crunk, Henderson, McNamara, Buffington, Propst, and Stan Price.
Nov. 18-Trojans at Brownwood. The Brownwood Lions had to stage a miraculous
comeback scoring 20 points in the fourth period ot down a fighting band of Univer-
sity Trojans, 32-20. The loss brought down the grid curtain on Coach Bill Fowler's
charges, giving the Trojans, who were not expected to win a district game, a 3-4
district 5AAA record. Kaluza got the Trojans rolling to their first touchdown in the
second period, returning a Lion punt 46 yards to the Brownwood 19. Four plays
later, Dees blasted over from the one. Chambers' kick made it 7-0. Later in the
second quarter, James Davis recovered a Lion fumble on their 34 yard line which
led to another touchdown. The Trojans scored again in the third quarter when
Duty plunged over from the one yard line after Jurecka had put the ball on the
three on a 30-yard run. Stanley Rentz and Dan Hoffmeyer were also outstanding
for the Trojans.
May 3: Trojans vs. Waco High at Waco. The Trojans lost their second game of the
year to their cross-town rivals by a score of 7-5. Although they out-hit the Tigers
nine to five the Trojans made five errors which accounted for their downfall.
Bill Curry and Stanley Rentz led the Trojans with three and two hits respectively.
May 6: Trojans vs. Bryan at Bryan. Again errors led to the downfall of the Trojans
as they allowed the Bronchos two unearned runs in the third which was enough to
win although they added one more for good measure. Lewis Propst scored the only
run the Trojans produced.
May 9: Trojans vs. Temple at Waco. A three-run outburst in the last inning netted
Temple the runs necessary to win their second game in district play from the Trojans
this year. The best catch of the year was made when Lewis Propst raced far in to-
ward the diamond to spear a fly and then jumped up in time to throw to first
base for a double play.
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