University of Houston - Houstonian Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1960
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Deans of Student Lqfe
DR. JAMES E. WILLIAMSON
Dean of Men
L. STANDLEE MITCHELL
Assistant Dean of Men
MRS. LILLIAN C. ROWAN
Assistant Dean of Women
MRS. BESSIE MONROE EBAUCH
Dean of Women
DR. PATRICK J: NICHOLSON
DR. PHILIP G. HOFFMAN
Dean of Faculties
C. F. MCELHINNEY
DR. CLANTON W. WILLIAMS
Into the social and economic bloodstream of the
great metropolitan and industrial complex whose cen-
ter is Houston, Texas-into the arterial system of
Texas and the Southwest and of areas far beyond-
pours from a relatively young but powerful new uni-
versity a steady infusion of new strength.
An alphabetical listing of the many types of grad-
uates who go forth from this institution of learning
begins with accountants, agricultural economists, arch-
itects, artists. It ends with physiologists, psychologists,
trade and transportation experts, zoologists. There are
in fact 207 degree plans offered by this great seat of
It is difficult to analyze the impact of this univer-
sity upon the area it serves. The expected earning
Dr. Clanton Ware Williams, nationally known his-
torian and author who became the fourth University
of Houston President in 1956, began his academic
career in 1929 when he joined the faculty of the
University of Alabama, with which institution he was
associated for twenty-five years.
He received his A.B. degree from Davidson Col-
lege, his lVI.A. from the University of Alabamag and
at Ph.D. degree in History from Vanderbilt University.
During World War 11 Dr. Williams served as the
Army Air Forces Historian in ranks from captain to
colonel. In recognition of his distinguished service,
besides campaign ribbons, he was awarded the Army
Commendation Ribbon with three oak leaf clusters,
and also the Legion of Merit.
In 1946, Dr. Williams was 'named special con-
sultant to the Department of Defense. An appointment
as consultant to the U. S. Commission of Education
followed in 1948.
Dr. Williams was recalled to active duty during the
Korean War at which time he served as a staff officer
of the Air University. .
power of its products because they did attend the
University of Houston is already in excess of a quar-
ter of a billion dollars a year.
And this says nothing about professional skills,
technical competence, or culture in general. Nor can
one weigh in dollars the influence of more than eight
thousand school teachers who have been graduated
from the University of Houston. And then there is
the impact upon the whole of life wherever they be of
tens of thousands of well-educated mothers whom the
University of Houston is now proud to call alumnae.
And you who read this are party to its future pride
CLANTON W. WILLIAMS
T 0 the Students
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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
" V, season onnnnn nounnvmn
OYYIGB OT' THE CHANUBLIDR
TO THE STUDENT BODY:
W , l' 1 any very iieessafl to new me theme 'for the 1960 HOUSTONLAN: U
"The University of Houston, Houstoxvs University."
H Thewtneme ,is highly appropriate. ,. It, calls attention to the
enofmous end ever-increasing importance of our institution in this
largest business and industrial complex of the entire South. The
University of Houston IS Houston's University irxsevery sense of the
' word, 'a. giant triaininiecentei' offering 'instruction in some 73 separate
, The impact fof thee University is? very greats- 'This will continue
to grow, as we serve the community, regiong state, and nation by
training the brain power that is absolutely essential to survival.
A And I hope that 1,960 will be the last year in which the Qllniversity of
L Houston, located' in a. county that pays an estimated 201 of all state
taxes, must charge its students the necessarily high. tuition now
required ., M
Surely the 1961 HOUSTONIAN can report that the University has
assumed its rightful place among the fully tax-supported institutions
of ihighermleeaqning in our greet Suisse. Only in 'this manner can we
continue to fulfill You? basic kwit objective: providing a. sound education A
for the young men and women who for financial, personal, or other
regsons csnnot go elsewhere for university and college training.
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A. D . Bruce
A. D. Bruce, Lieutenant General, U. S.
Army fRet.j, took office as President of
the University of Houston on September
1, 1954, and was elevated to the newly-
created position of chancellor in Decem-
ber of 1956.
General Bruce received a B.S. degree
from Texas A8zlVl College in 1916 and
an honorary LL.D. in 1946. He entered
the regular Army as a Second Lieutenant
in June, 1917.
Serving in World War I in all ranks to
Lieutenant Colonel ftemporaryj, he later
attended the Infantry and Field Artillery
Schools, the Command and General Staff
College, the Army War College and the
Naval War College.
General Bruce spent three years as an
instructor at the lnfantiy School and for
four and one-half years, served as pro-
fessor of military science and tactics at
Allen Academy, Bryan, Texas.
While on the War Department General
Staff he revised textbooks on doctrine,
developed modern instructional aids, re-
vised extension courses and initiated a
section on research and development.
In 1941, General Bruce conceived or-
ganized, built and administered the Tank
Destroyer Center at Ft. Hood, Texas.
While there he introduced several meth-
ods of instruction later adopted by the
A. D. BRUCE, Lt. Gen. U.S.A., Ret.
During World War ll General Bruce was in command of the 77th Division which
participated in bitter fighting in the South Pacific. He served as the first governor
of Hokkaido, Japan, While the division occupied that island, and later went to Korea.
His war record is indicated by the many decorations he has received from the
Army, Navy and Air Force and foreign governments, including the Distinguished
ln 1947, General Bruce became deputy commander of the Fourth Army at Ft. Sam
General Bruce came to the University after serving as President fCommandantl
of the Armed Forces Staff College.
Since his return to his home state, General Bruce has served as a' director of many
organizations including the Houston Chamber of Commerce, the Southwest Research
Institute, the Scott and White Memorial Hospital, and the Houston Symphony Society.
He also holds memberships in many Houston clubs.
Wm. G. Farrington?
.John C. Flanagan
Claud B. Hamill
Earl C. Hankamer
Harrison C. Hobart
Sterling T. Hogan, Sr.
Russell L. Jolley
John T. Jones, Jr.
Mrs. R. C. Kuldell
Alfred W. Lasher, Jr.
F. M. Law'
Mrs. Max Levine
John F. Maher
Mrs. Douglas Marshall
A. G. McNeese, Jr.
Leopold L. Meyer
Harry J. Mosser
Travis E. Parish
C. A. Perlitz, Jr.
Charles F. Reed, Jr.
Corbin J. Robertsonw
James W. Rockwell
Charles A. Saunders
Stanley W. Shipnes
A. Dee Simpson
Curtis M. Smith
Frank C. Smith
R. E. Smith
Milton R. Underwood?
Tom P. Walker
Mrs. Gus S. Wortham
A. J. Wray
A. J. Farfel
S. P. Farish
Board of Governors
COL W B BATES, Chairman
Lamar Fleming, Jr.
iRegent Mrs. Bay L. Dudleyii
W. Leland Anderson
Mrs. James P. Houstoun
Warren S. Bellows
Ben C. Belt
Mrs. John H. Blaffer
W. Stewart Boyle?
Mrs. George A. Butler
Marvin K. Collie
D. L. Connelly
Roy Henry Cullen
Naurice G. Cummings
Mrs. John de Menil
Joe T. Dickerson
Dr. H. J. Ehlers
J. A. Elkins, Jr.
J. A. Elkins, Sr."
T. C. Evans
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niversit 0 Houston -- A Miniature
Like Houston, the University of Houston is a
complex community. It possesses many charac-
teristics that are typical of a municipality:
POPULATION-The University's population
consists of students, faculty, administration
and staff. Though their interests are many
and their stations in life varied, its citizens
are compatible for they have a common goal
-education. They are a busy people. Eighty-
three percent of them work full or part time
to finance their educations.
GOVERNMENT AND MAINTENANCE-The
University has its own code of laws for campus
conduct, a student government that legislates
and allocates funds, and a campus police force
that patrols the streets 24 hours a day. It is
self-sufficient in that it has its own power
plant and maintenance system.
L E A R N I N G AND ENTERTAINMENT
FACILITIES-University citizens may avail
themselves of its many educational and enter-
tainment vehicles. The school community
contains a band, orchestra, chorus, theater,
four magazines, a weekly newspaper, a year-
book, a TV station, an FM station, a printing
plant, a library, movie-making facilities,
photography darkrooms, two auditoriums, a
gymnasium, swimming pool, and tennis and
handball courts. Services available to students
include an optometry clinic, a speech and read-
ing clinic, a medical office, an employment
agency, bookstore, cafeteria, two snack bars,
a guest house, several spacious dining rooms
and a nursery school. Students learn from
practical experience with driver education
cars, a nuclear calibration unit and a dry oil
M. D. Anderson Library provides modern, comfortable setting for efficient study.
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Houston's many refineries, wells and cycling plants compose the oil capital of the world.
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buildings and shops that line the street today.
Cowboys, cattle and oil wells have become the trademark of the Houston
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The Port of Houston, connected with the sea lanes of the world by a 50 mile long, 36 foot
deep channel, accommodates over 4000 vessels annually.
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A well-known figure to the people of Houston is
the able representative of the University of
Houston, General A. D. Bruce.
As chancellor, General Bruce is the titular head
of the University. Since he joined the University
in 1954, he has served the institution well in many
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DR. R. BALFOUR DANIELS, Dean , , ,
Graduate School Regwtrar, Lzbrarza
DR. HOWARD F. MCCAW, Director of Libraries'
RAMON A. VITULLI, Registrar
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FOOTBALL COACHES-Andy Zubel, Roy H. fSwedel Hill, Casto Ramsey, Harold Lahar. head coach
Dudley Parker, Jasper F lanakin, Lovette Hill.
BASKETBALL COACH-Guy V. Lewis
HARRY H. F OUKE
Director of Athletics
ASSISTANT BASKETBALL COACH
Harvey R. Pate
TENNIS COACH-John .
College of Architecture
' RICHARD W. LILLIOTT
Dean of Architecture
In June of 1959, the National Architec-
tural Accrediting Board granted national
accreditation to the School.
In the fall of that same year, the School
of Architecture was made the College of
Students in the College study all phases
of architecture including design, aesthetics.
construction and graphics.
The University of Houston College of
Architecture won first, second and third
places in the 1958 annual Featherlite Coin-
petition of the Texas Society of Architects.
The College was the first in the nation to
ARCHITECTURE FACULTY-Eugene McMillin, Richard W. Lilliott, Howard Barnstone, Robert F.
Lindsey, Willialn Jenkins, Myron C. Anderson, Eugene Aubry.
College of Arts and Sciences
DR. ALFRED R. NEUMANN, Dean
College of Arts and Sciences
ART FACULTY-First Row: A. F. Fukal, Josef
Silhavy, Frederic Browne. Second Row: George
Shackelford, Don Snell, Walter Lodge, B. Lemmel.
The College of Arts and Sciences' is the largest of the
University's colleges. Its faculty numbers approximately 280
persons. Mio-re than three thousand students major in one of
its twenty departments, and all undergraduate students in the
University take much of their course work in this College.
Degrees offered by the College include the Bachelor of Fine
Arts, Bachelor of Music, and Bachelor of Science degrees.
Graduate degrees are offered in all basic fields of instruction
in the College, and include the Master of Arts, Master of
Science, Master of Science Education, and Doctor of Philoso-
In addition to its teaching program, the College of Arts and
Sciences has strong and growing research programs in many
of its departments.
BIOLOGY FACULTY-Sara E. Huggins, E. O. Bennett,
G. E. Peterson, J. E. Evans, .l. C. Bequaert.
CHEMISTRY FACULTY-First Row: G. W. Drake,
C. B. Johnston, John F. Oro, E. N. Mclilrath, J. W.
Fan. Second Row: C. E. Williams, Albert Zlatkis, R.
Pertel, R. S. Becker, W. E. Wentworth.
GEOLOGY FACULTY-First Row: Paul H. Fan, Mar-
garet S. Bishop. Second Row: Robert Greenwood, Carl
B. Rexroad, DeWitt Van Siclen, Max F. Carman, Jules
R. Du Bar.
DRAMA FACULTY-Robert Howery, Ruth Tully, Elsa Rosborough, David
JOURNALISM AND GRAPHIC ARTS FACULTY-Jim Palmer, Valentine J. Kahanek, Robert S. Sallee, Billy I. Ross, Bruce
Underwood, Ross Strader, Harry E. Benson, S. Wayne Taylor, Louis Alexander.
HOME ECONOMICS FACULTY-Mrs. H. Gore, Miss Josephine Marques, Dr. Fay W.
Anthis, Mrs. L. T. Callicutt, Mrs. R. P. Akkerman.
HISTORY FACULTY-First Row: Charles Bacarisse,
Robert Giesberg, Richard Younger. Second Row: Louis
Kestenberg, Allen Going, Corinne Weston, Helen Douth-
itt, Jean Hardin, Edwin A. Miles. Third Row: Robert
V. Haynes, Robert Ganyard, James A. Tinsley, Jack
Haddiok, Ronald F. Drew, John L. Dickson, Walter P.
Webb, C. B. Ransom.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE FACULTY-First Row: Elizabeth Brandon, Mireya
Estevez, Jessie McGaw, Marjorie Bourne, Jane Malin. Second Row: Pedro
Duelo, H. Haile, C. L. Farrington, A. R. Neumann, Americo Castro, Eladio
Cortez, Raul Pimentel, Will McLendon.
MATHEMATICS FACULTY--First Row: Louis Brand, First Row: Curtis Rogers, John W. Avery, C. B. Rader,
Mrs. Ruth Kissel, Louis.Silverman, Mrs. Blanche Grover. Byron Ray. Second Row: Dean O. Gray, Wesley Edwards,
Second Row: James Hutchinson, Warren Rees, A. A. Aucoin, C. P. Benner, Robert Heller.
POLITICAL SCIENCE-Seated: Pauline Yelderman, T. C. Sinclair. Standing: W. C. Chase,
l W. F. Grunbaum, I. R. Jensen, D. W. Knepper, G. H. Razi, Bancroft Henderson, J. L. Nogee
ARY FACULTY -MfSgt. Ashwell, SFC Holcomb,
Wall, lVlfSgt. Byland, SFC Hyde, Sgt. Maj. Thomsen.
Lt. Col. Smith, Capt. Rutledge
l PHYSICS FACULTY-First Row: H. M. North, D. C. Rich, Hal Johnson, R. E.
l Collins. Second Row: T. N. Hatfield, J. C. Allred, H. K. Reynolds, Leon Graves.
PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION FACULTY-First Row: W. E. Garrison, W. T. Howard, Frank M.
Doan. Second Row: Rev. George N. Thompson, Edmund Pincoffs, R. A. Tsanoff.
RADIO-TV FACULTY-First Row: F. W. Smith, J. W. Page, Ainslie
Bricker, J. S. Hunt, O. C. Crossland, Patrick E. Welch, Frank Wood,
James Byrd. Second Row: R. T. Yelkin, T. C. Battin, J. L. Bauer,
Arvil A. Cochran, J. M. Coffer, C. P. Zimmerman, J. R. Bennett, R. H.
Albitz, Arnold Bergene, Al Haubold, R. E. Barthold. Third Row: J. C.
Smith, C. L. Howard, William H. Henry, John W. Meaney.
PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY-First Row, Kneeling: S. R.
Pinneau, J ack Michael, C. W. Moore. Second Row, Standing:
L. S. McGaugl1ran, Roy Crouch, S. B. Red, Betty Wieland,
N. D. Bryant, Lee Meyerson, John MacNaughton. Back
Row: J. L. lVlcCary, Daniel Sheer, L. T. Callicutt, Richard
Mary L. Davis, Genevieve Arnold. Second Row: Don
Streeter, Gerard Wagner, J ack Gravlee.
SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY FACUL
TY-Art Gallaher, S. Tannenbaum, E. D. Dyer
J. S. Werlin.
PEECH FACULTY-First Row: Esther E. Eby,
MUSIC FACULTY-J. M. Druary, A. Hirsh, J. L. Austin, J. T. Matthews, Bill Palmer, E. Schoettle, T. C. Pier-
son, M. Lewis, B. S. King, M. H. Clayton, J. D. Armisteacl, R. Brownlee.
College of Business Administration
JEROME M. PESCHKE, Acting Dean
College of Business Administration
The second largest college on the campus is the
College of Business Administration. Nearly 3,000
students are enrolled in the College which is located
in the Fred J. Heyne Building.
The College, composed of 12 departments, offers
graduate and undergraduate training in business and
its related fields.
Students enrolled in the College may obtain a
major leading to a Bachelor of Business Administra-
tion degree. Graduate courses are offered leading to
the M.B.A. degree.
The College also works in conjunction with busi-
ness and industry and conducts many types of insti-
Each summer, the Management Development Cen-
ter offers a special one-week institute for trade as-
sociation and Chamber of Commerce executives. The
Bureau of Business and Economic Research publishes
a monthly analysis of business conditions in Houston
and the Gulf Coast area.
ACCOUNTING FACULTY-First Row: S. H. Brown, I. E. McNeill, H. M. Daniels, S. M. Woolsey. Second Row: B. M. Smith.
K. A. Fleming, M. F. Usry, P. W. Lindloff, H. O. Lee.
ECONOMICS AND FINANCE FACULTY-First Row: J. N. Fry, J. P. Owen, Nor-
man Byers. Second Row: Henry Chen, J. M. Peschke, J. W. Sailors, E. K. Zingler.
MARKETING FACULTY-Z. W. Koby, Arnold Bar-
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS-First Row: John T. Carter
Harold C. Love. Second Row: Leeland G. Marsters, Gerald L
bon, John R. Young.
BUREAU OF BUSINESS AND ECO-
! NOMIC RESEARCH-Carl P. Houston,
1 Paul H. Rigby.
BUSINESS EDUCATION AND SECRETARIAL ADMINISTRATIOIX
W. A. Allee.
MANAGEMENT FACULTY - Howard C. Nudd, G. R.
Bythewood, Billy J. Hodge, Leslie Munneke. -
GENERAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY--First Row:
Mrs. Lillian Warren, Holland Crouch, Truman Barber. Second Row:
William A. Olson, Louis Irwin, A. B. Smith, Irving Lumpkin.
TRANSPORTATION AND FOREIGN TRADE FACULTY-B. J. Davis, J. E. Becht, V. L. Engberg, J. D. Houston.
FACULTY-Seated: Carlos K. Hayden. Standing: Florence Paul,
Nelda R. Lawrence, Elizabeth Seufer, G. W. Reeves, Addie Small,
,EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION-First Row: Charles S. White, Wallace H.
Strevell, Arvin Donner. Second Row: Loy W. Hartsfield, Lester S. Richardson,
,Richard D. Strahan, Harper F. Beaty.
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION F A C U LTY -
Seated: H. R. Bottrell, June Hyer. Standing: Josephine
Sobrino, A. L. Chovanec, J. R. Lent, J. M. Muse, R.
D. Strahan, L. W. Hartsfield.
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND ART EDUCA-
TION-Standing: Isabel Gibson, J. E. Bishop, J. R.
Lent, Mary Graves, Martha H. Gardner. Seated: Joyce
Benbrook, William Yost, June Hyer.
DR. ARVIN N. DONNER, Dean
College of Education
College of ducation
The College of Education has an enrollment of approxi-
mately 1,500 students. During 1959, a total of 378 under-
graduate and graduate degrees were awarded to students.
The College is composed of nine departments. In addition
to preparing teachers for public and private school positions,
the College provides graduate work and in-service help to
teachers, administrators, counselors and supervisors.
In addition to their regular duties, the thirty-three faculty
members of the College serve as directors in school surveys,
as consultants in instructional programs and appear as guest
lecturers at educational meetings.
SECONDARY EDUCATION, BUSINESS EDUCATION AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION FACULTY
-First Row: Martha H. Gardner, L. E. Freeman, Esther Marion Nelson. Second Row: William Yost,
W. E. Purdy, Charles S. White, Harper F. Beary, J. A. Outterson, C. K. Hyden.
MUSIC EDUCATION FACULTY-Bruce
S. King, George C. Stout, W. E. Purdy.
I-IEALTH, SAFETY AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY-First Row: Susanna Gar-
rrson, Harry H. Fouke, Elizabeth Lee Closs. Second Row: Calvin C. McDougle, Alden Pasche,
I. Milton Muse, Lawrence S. Clarke, Jack Rhodes.
College of Engineering
DR. FRANK M. TILLER, Dean
College of Engineering
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FACULTY - C. J. Huang, H. W.
Prengle, Jr., R. L. Motard, A. E. Dukler, M. Wicks, D. E. Griffith,
C. V. Kirkpatrick.
Reduced hours-cooperative education-nuclear engineering. These
are some of the recent developments in the Cullen College of Engineer-
The year 1960 brought a reduction of approximately ten hours in
the requirements for a Bacheloris degree in the six departments of
Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical and Petroleum
The University-Industry Cooperative Engineering
Education Program is a five year work-study plan in
which the student attends school full time the first
and last years but alternates periods of school attendance
with periods of employment in industry beginning in
the sophomore year.
A committee headed by Dean E. Griffith of the Chem-
ical Engineering Department is shaping the Nuclear
Engineering Program which began this year.
The Chemical and Petroleum Departments were joined
together as the Division of Chemical and Petroleum
Engineering under the chairmanship of C. V. Kirk-
CIVIL ENGINEERING FACULTY-First Row: Albert J. Bonar, Robert
J. Henry, Ardis White, W. F. Sullivan. Second Row: W. J. Leach,
Burt Fraser, John E. Hoff.
ULTY-A. H. McMorris, I. E
man, J. Sacharieff, W. T. Kittin
N. Whitaker, B. C. Cunningham,
Scroggin, R. C. Hanks, Frank M.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING F A C U L T Y - J. L.
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY-H. H. Judson,
M. Adams, Eileen Barnes, J. T. Elrod, J. T. Dwyer, B. C. Stough-
Schweppe, A. N. Hosny, A. A. Rasmussen, C. A. Berg,
L. C. Eichberger.
PETROLEUM ENGINEERING FACULTY
-R. P. Akkerman, Park J. Jones, Leonard
B. Lipson, C. V. Kirkpatrick.
College of Technology
The College of Technology involves two main divisions.
They are the Industrial-Mechanical Division, concerned
with the training of craftsmen, and the Technical Institute
Division, which emphasizes the training of engineering tech-
The purpose of the Technical Institute Division is to
provide technicians who will function as production and
construction supervisors, as aids to engineers and architects
or as managers of their own businesses.
The Industrial-Mechanical Division trains craftsmen who
will construct, install, maintain and operate machinery.
l A. RAY SIMS, Dean
College of Technology
TECHNOLOGY FACULTY-First Row: R. J. Dossat, Christine V. Brannan, W. C.
Howlett, J. R. Manahan, O. O. Stotts, H. C. Wilson, H. H. Curry. Second Row: B, C.
Kirklin, C. B. Gentry, F. S. Runyon, P. M. Fitzhugh, R. E. Bond, F. R. Perkins,
C. B. Oliver. Third Row: H. K. Whittington, H. E. McCallick, W. M. Hogan, K. W.
Feist, C. M. Feris, J. R. Martin, A. Ray Sims.
College of Law
Organized in 1947, the University's College of Law has produced
graduates each year who have ranked among the top men taking their
This year the College has an enrollment of 289. These students are
provided with training in the fundamental techniques required in the
practice and administration of law. ln addition to their professional
training, the students of the College acquire the ability to participate
intelligently in the functions of their community.
In November of 1959, the College was the regional sponsor for the
National Moot Court Competition, a court in which students argue mock
cases. Ten law schools from over the nation participated in this com-
During 1959-60, eight lectures were given in the College of Law
Assembly, held on Saturday mornings on the campus. Speakers were
lawyers and judges from the Houston area.
Institutes on Juvenile Court Law and Life Insurance Contracts were
also held by the College. Future plans for the College include the
establishment of a law review, a monthly publication containing dis-
cussion of cases and articles by notable personalities in the field of law.
NEWELL H. BLAKELY, Dean
College of Law
LAW FACULTY-First Row: C. S. Collier, John Mixon, D. A. Olds. Second Row: Raymond L. Brit-
ton, Charles B. Walker, John L. Cox, John B. Neibel.
ollege of Optometry
The Universityls College of Optometry, under
Dean Charles Stewart, offers a basic three-year
curriculum plus clinical training for incoming
All students entering the College must be of
junior standing and must have a scientific back-
The College's supervised clinical training is of-
fered to the students for the three years of their
- optometry study. This training provides maximum
opportunity for them to perfect their clinical ability
prior to graduation.
DR. CHARLES R. STEWART, Dean
College of Optometry
OPTOMETRY FACULTY-A. C. Romano, Darrell B. Carter, Wialter
C. Lee, Theodore P. Grosvenor, Charles R. Stewart, Chester H. Pheiffer.
College of Pharmacy
DR. N. M. FERGUSON, Dean
College of Pharmacy
The University's College of Pharmacy was opened in 19-17. In
September of 1949, Dr. N. M. Ferguson became the dean. The
College has since grown to a Class A College which offers a B.S.
Degree in Pharmacy and a limited MS. Degree program.
During the past year the College was granted 375,000 for research
in phytochemistry, the study of the chemistry of plants, and phar-
The College has an enrollment of 300, a 28? rise over last year.
Forty-five students were graduated in the spring of 1959 bringing
the total number of graduates of the College to 382.
PHARMACY FACULTY-M. G. Webber, R. E. Hakim, W. H. Lawrence
R. L. Boblitt, Sue H. Rouse, Martha J. Jones.
JACK D. HUNTER, Associate Dean,
JAMES C, TAYLOR, Dean, Downtown School The University's downtown school is located in the heart of
Houston at 925 Caroline. The school began operations at its
present location in 1958 and serves 1,600 academic students
In addition to its courses in Arts and Sciences and Business
Administration, the school offers courses in areas of special
interest for over 8,000 persons.
First Row: Antone E. Meduna, Mrs.
Lani I. Mathias, Wilma C. Johnson,
George E. Young. Second Row: C. L.
Osenbaugh, O. R. Hicks, L. H. Whit-
aker, Louis Alexander, LaFaye S. F ord.
First Row: Dr. Stanley E. Siegel, Iris F. Harmon.
Second Row: William B. Duncan, J. D. Berger, B. B.
Brown' R' H' Pemz' Jack P' Campbell' Standing: Thomas J. Bole, Larry W. Fultz. Seated: L. W.
Sandage, Philip J. Lang, Mrs. Elizabeth Vondy.
At the beginning of 1960, considered one of the most critical
years in the history of the University of Houston, the Alumni
Association listed the purposes and aims of the Alumni program.
The principal feature of the ASSOCi3tlOI1,S program is service
to the institution. This service is carried out through:
Records: The Association maintains current records on all
graduates of the University, including many special groups.
i Cornrnunications: It provides an adequate and interesting
source of information about the school for the constituency of
the Alumni body through the publication of the Alumni maga-
zine, newsletters and announcements.
F inancing: The Association contributes monetarily to the
betterment of the University program through the operation of
a dues system.
l Coordination of Effort: The Association maintains a proper
relationship between the Alumni body, student body and school
THEODORE R. HENDRICKS, Executive Director
JOHN J. TOOMEY, President
The aims of the Alumni Association for the year 1960 are:
To widen the scope of the Cultural Series of the Association.
To establish and maintain the Alumni Distinguished Collection
for the library of the University.
To enlarge, as the budget will permit, the Alumni magazine,
To establish a University Club for social purposes.
The establishment of the Annual Senior Awards by the Asso-
ciation to the outstanding senior man and woman student.
In brief, the aims and purposes of the University of Houston
Alunmi Association include using the most effective means at
its disposal in supporting the University in its plans for progress.
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Freshman Class . . 'Stays Fresh Longer
AGUIL6, Miguel Diaz, Ponce, Puerto Rico
AKKERMAN, Carol, Houston
ALLBRITTON, Dale Lee, Houston
ANDERSON, Richard Wayne, Houston
ARP, Carl George, Houston
ARPS, Carol Ann, Houston
ASHCRAFT, William Charles, Houston
ATCHISON, L. B., Houston
BAILEY, Raymond Gerald, Houston
BAKENHUS, Frederick A., Houston
BAKER, David John, Houston
BANG, Ethelynn Dianne, Houston
BALLARD, M. Virginia, Houston
BARBER, Wanda Kay, Jackson, Miss.
BARNES, Betty Ann, Golden Acres
BARNES, Claude Brinton, Houston
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS:
Kathy Young, Barry Madden, Jane
Alexander, Bonnie Smith, Janice
Johnstone are given the grand
campus tour by Don Edwards,
BEARROW, Janet F., Houston
BEECHN ER, Paul Fredrick, La Feria
BEELER, Frazier Greig, Houston
BEHREND, Barbara, Houston
BENAVIDES, Eva, Houston
BENNATT, Robert Milton, Houston
BENNETT, Tommy, Houston
BERBERIAN, Katherine, Houston
BERMAN, Ida Sue, Houston
BISHOP, Alexander, Houston
BLAKE, Andrew Weldon, Houston
BLANKINSHIP, Sue, Houston
BLOODWORTH, James Oliver, Houston
BODDEN, Bari Bryce, Houston
BOLTON, Patsy Ladel, Bryan
BOOHER, John Oliver, Houston
BORCHARDT, Clifford C., Houston
BOUDREAUX, Denise, New Orleans, La
BRADLEY, Karen Faye, Houston
BRENEMAN, David Glenn, Houston
BRIDGES, Barbara Lee, Buffalo
BRITTIAN, Jo Egray, Houston
BROWN , Carmie Joseph, F riendswood
BRUMLEY, Windell, Houston
BRYAN, Robert Michael, Houston
BUCHANAN, Olive Jane, Houston
BUCHTA, Ervin Alois, Guy
BURKE, David Lee, Pasadena
BURKHALTER, Milton Bryan, Houston
BURNETT, Nikki C., Hitchcock
BURRER, Victor, Houston
BUSCHARDT, B. E., Houston
BUTLER, Robert Dean, Houston
BUTTS, Ruth Nell, Houston
CADY, Judith Jean, Houston
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CALIVA, Ann J acquelyn, Houston
CANNON, Elizabeth Ann, Angleton
CARLSON, Caryl Jean, Houston
CAREY, John E., Houston
CASAS, Virginia Trevino, Houston
CASTELLANOS, Leo J., Annapolis, Md.
CHEANEY, Phyllis Lynn, Houston
CHILDRESS, Mercer Dana, Houston
CHRONE, India LaDelle, Houston
CLAGHORN, Margaret Cynthia, Houston
CLARK, Carolyn Marie, Houston
CLAYTON, Patricia Anne, Houston
CLIFTON Shirle Anne Houston
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COLLINS, Thomas, Houston
COOK, Luther William, Houston
COOKE, Robert Warren, Houston
COX, William J., Houston
CRAWFORD, Darwin Earl, Houston
CREIGHTON, Sue, Houston
CRITTENDEN, V. S., Houston
CROOK, Anne Florence, Houston
CROWELL, Linda Kay, Plainview
CRUSE, Linda Alice, Houston
CUPPY, William R., Logansport, Ind.
DAFFIN, Barbara Jo, Houston
DANN ER, Ira Joseph, Galveston
DAUGHETY, Michael Jewel, Bellaire
DAVIG, William A., Houston
DAVIS, Kenneth Willard, San Antonio
DAWSON, Donald R., Houston
DELANEY, Kenneth Ray, Houston
DERBES, Carolyn Ann, Pasadena
DEWALD, Thomas Lester, Houston
DOBAY, Joseph, Houston
DOCKAL, Cynthia Frances, Houston
"And she was wearing this old out-of'style sack dress
DONOHUE, Francis P., Houston
DORNAK, Margaret Ann, Houston
DORSEY, Eleanor, Houston
DORSEY, Loretta Ann, Houston
DRAPER, Walter David, Houston
DRISCOLL, Charles P., Bellaire
DUNKIN, Gloria Jean, Houston
EADS, Madelaine Karen, Sinton
ECKARDT, Barbara Jean, Northridge, Cal
EDWARDS, Margaret Ann, Houston
EDWARDS, W. Dewaine, Abilene
EKLUND, Joe Lynn, Schulenburg
ELDER, James Thomas, San Angelo
ELEDGE, Arnold Ray, Houston
ENGEL, Robert, Houston
ENYEART, Jerry W., Michigan City, Ind.
ERDIL, Altan, Izmir, Turkey
ERDIL, Orhan, Konya, Turkey
ERMIS, Katherine Sue, El Campo
ESLINGER, Robert William, Houston
EVERITT, Grace Emma, H ouston.
FARMER, Louise G., Houston
FAUST, Sandra Lynn, Houston
FELDMAN, Jerry David, Houston.
FENDLEY, Becky, Houston
FERGUSON, John Scott, Houston
FERRELL, Wayne Dodson, Houston
FOGLE, Joseph Ray, Columbus, Ga.
FORBES, Elroy Westveer, Houston
FOWLER, Larry B., Houston
FRANKS, Edward G., Caracas, Venezuela
FRIEDMAN, Gerry, Houston
FRITSCHE, Herbert Ahart, Houston
FRITZ, Agnes Jacqueline, Bellaire
FUGMAN, Joan Catherine, Pasadena
So I said The better to hear you with my dear Winners, every one."
GARCIA, Raymond Thomas, Houston
GARRETT, Stanley Keith, Bowie
GAUDIANO, Frances Marie, Houston
GENTRY, Margaret Ann, Houston
GHER, Norman Owen, Allendale, Ill.
GIDDEN, Judy Ann, Houston
GILBERT, Betsy Karl, Houston
GLANZER, J anis Lee, Houston
GOAD, Wanda Elaine, Houston
GOLD, Ann Elizabeth, Houston
GOLD, Elroy B., Houston
GOLDEN, Joe Allan, Houston
GOLDMAN, Jerald Douglas, Houston
GOODBREAD, James Edward, Grapeland
GORE, Roy Gerald, Oakwood
GRADY, Betty Lou, Bryan
GRAND, Barbara Ann, Haskell
GRAY, Susan La Vaughn, Houston
GRAYSON, Charles Vester, Houston
GREEN, Nowlin Lee, Cypress
HAISLER, William Arnold, Temple
HALE, Ted, Mayfield, Ky.
HAMMER, Jack, New Rochelle, N. Y.
HAMPTON, Billie Marie, Houston
HARGRAVE, Robert Lee, Dixon, Ill.
HARRIS, George Malcolm, Houston
HARRISON, K. J., Brookshire
HARSCH, David G., Houston
HASSELMEIER, Lydia Sue, Galveston
HAWKINS, Eleanor L'Angel," Houston
HAWKINS, Ronald Ray, Waco
HAYES, John Gillis, Houston
HAYES, Peggy Kelly, Houston
HENDLEY, Bill Pat, H oustonl
HENDRICKSON, Ned David, Owatonna, Minn.
Freshmen U I
"English gets harder every semester.
HENNESSY, O. C., Houston
HERNANDEZ, Maria, Brownsville
HESS, Kenneth Darrell, Houston
HEWITT, Gay Lynn, El Paso
HIGHTOWER, Robert A., Houston
HIRSCH, Joel S., Highland Park, Ill.
HODELL, Betty Marie, Bellaire
HODNETT, Larry Lee, Paragould, Ark
HOFFMAN, Jon Paul, Winclorn, Minn
HOFFMAN, Rosilyn Gay, Richmond
HOLT, Richard G., Houston
HOLT, William Randolph, Houston
HOLUB, Marilyn Jo, Pasadena
HOPKINS, Clinton E., Houston
HOVER, Robert E., Amarillo
HOWELL, Don Gene, Galena Park
HYNDMAN, Bill, Abington,-Pa.
IRICK, Christine C., Houston
ISENHOWER, Nelson D., Lissie
JACKSON, Carla R., Austin
JARVIS, Billy John, Houston
J EANF REAU, Lila LaVerne, Texas City
JEFFERY, Roger William, Houston
JENNINGS, Judy Marilyn, Houston
J ETELINA, Adolph Albert, Wallis
JOHNSON, Carolyn Jean, Houston
JOHNSON, Odes Bradford, Houston
JONES, Ben Lee, Houston
JONES, Tom E., Texas City
KEELY, M. Ann, Houston
KEEZEL, Roy, Houston
KENNEDY, Patsy June, Houston
KERBER, Joanne Neville, LaPorte
KESERCIOGLU, Yener, Ankara, Turkey
KETTLE, John A., Houston
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KLUSSMAN, Henry Alexander, Houston
KNAPP, Suanne H., Houston
KNIGHT, Wenonah Iona, Houston
KONRAD, Wilfred John, Weazwff
KOSTER, Gerald Richard, Houston
KUEHNLE, Ronald Arthur, Spring
KUENSTLE, Richard William, Houston
LACAMU, Leo Harold, Houston
LACAMU, Leon Connor, Houston
LAMMERS, Arlie G., Houston
LAPIN, Maxine C., Houston
LARUE, Florine Gail, Houston
LATTIMORE, William Griffin, Plains
LAWLESS, Oliver William, Orangefield
LEATHERWOOD, Polly Ann, Houston
LEE, Kenny, Houston
LEMLEY, Alan Norman, Houston
LEMLEY, Carolyn Ruth, Houston
LEWIS, Coy Deloire, Houston
LEWIS, Judy Riddell, Houston
LIGON, Robert J., Houston
LINDSAY, Robert Douglas, Bethesda, Md.
LISTER, Thomas W., Houston
LLOYD, Charles Edward, Laredo
LONG, Beverly Jane, San Antonio
LOPEZ, Inez, Houston
LUBOJACKY, Calvin Eugene, Houston
LUCAS, Frank Leo, Houston
LUKE, Louaine, Houston
LUNA, Juan, Texas City
LUNSFORD, Pascal Eugene, Houston
LYNE, Fannie Lou, LaPorte .
MADRID, Carlos Antonio, El Paso
MAINORD, Barbara Lynn, Houston
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MALIN, Barbara Ellen, Houston
MANISCALCO, Anthony Carl, Houston
MANUEL, John Earl, Houston
MARTIN, Dorothy Leigh, Millers Creek, N. C.
MARTIN, Sandra Sue, Houston
MARTINEZ, Una Markel, Houston
MATHEAS, William E., Bellaire
MATRANGA, Mary Ann, Hitchcock
MAY, Cecil Harold, Houston
MCBRIDE, James Robert, Houston
MCCASKILL, John Hardy, Houston
MCCLAIN, Jimmy Lee, Houston
MCDANIEL, Carol Renee, Houston
MCDONALD, Madeline Louise, Houston
MCHARGUE, Jackie Louise, Houston
McKAY, Kenneth M., Pasadena
MCKEEHAN, Richard J ames, Houston
MCKENZIE, Harold A., Bentley, Alberta, Can.
MCLEOD, Alonzo Albert, Houston
McWILLIAMS, Sandra Jo, Houston
MENDOZA, Olga M., Houston
MESIROFF, Jennie Pearl, Houston
MESSICK, Gerald Marion, Woodriser, Ill.
MICHKA, Mary Alice, Houston
MILLER, David Charles, Houston
MILLER, Russell D., Des Moines, Iowa
MITCHELL, June E., Houston
MONK, Gloria Gale, Pasadena
MONTALBANO, Annette Marie, Houston
MONTALBANO, Phil Joseph, Houston
MOODY, J. C., Houston
MOORE, Donald Ralph, Houston
MORTON, James Edward, New Brunswick, N. I
MOSTERT, Jeanie Marie, Houston
MRAZ, Don Ray, Temple
Who said KA pledges stole your bulletin board?" "We don't know anything about a hanging . . .
we were at a party at the time."
MUN OZ, Fred, Galveston
NARD, Tom Alan, Houston
NECESSARY, Morgan Darrell, Pasadena
NEVITT, James Bowling, Bellaire
NEWBY, Julie Attebury, Dallas
NIVENS, Rolf Eugene, Houston
NOLAN, Brooks Robert, Houston
NORMAN, Lloyd Eugene, Houston
0'LEARY, John, Lawton, Olcla.
OLIPHANT, Charles Paul, San Angelo
OLIVER, Chester Lee, Drumright, Okla.
0'WESNE, .lack Arthur, Houston
PARKER, James Rodger, Conroe
PARKER, Richard Lee, Houston
PARRISH, Harry Allen, Houston
PAYNE, Robert Vance, Center
PEABODY, Nan Carol, Houston
PEARLMAN, Ronald Edmond, San Antonio
PEEBLES, Karan Niena, Houston
PEEBLES, Theo Lee, Houston
PELHAM, Royce, Lake Jackson
PETTIGREW, Linda Daphene, Houston
PHILIPS, Charles Henry, Sweeny
PIERCE, William Elmore, Dickinson
PINGENOT, Marie Jeannine, Houston
PITSARAS, Mary Jane, Houston
POTTER, Travis Warren, Grand Prairie
POUNCY, Howard Douglas, Houston
PRINCE, Jerry Allen, Houston
PYLE, Margaret Helen
QUARLES, Richard Clinton, Porter
RAITANO, Josephine Marie, Galveston
RASH, Shelby Winifred, Houston
RAY, Dorothy K., Houston
RAY, Virginia Ruth, Houston
"Gig 'em, Aggies . . . Er, I mean, Get 'em, Big Red
REDDEN, John Ira, Houston
REEDER, Barbara Nann, Bowie
REHFIELD, Fred A., Houston
RESTIVO, Linda Jean, Bryan
REYNOLDS, Daphne Anne, Harlingen
RHEA, Joe Dale, Houston
RICH, Mary Rose, Houston
RING, Robert, Houston
ROBBINS, Billy Jack, El Campo
ROBERTS, Jim Edward, Houston
ROBIN, Allan Maynard, Houston
RODGERS, Nelson Lamar, Quitman, Mis
ROGERS, Delia Myrle, Bellaire
ROSS, Fred Jasper, Houston
ROTHRUM, Patricia Lee, Houston
ROWE, Lynn, Baytown
RUBIN, Gail, Peoria, Illinois
RUHLING, Billy Bernard, Independence,
RUSHING, David M., Houston
RUSSELL, Brenda Jean, Houston
RUTLEDGE, Earl Read, H ouston.
SADLER, Stephen Van, San Saba
SALIMAS, Richard, Houston
SAMUELSON, Jerry, Austin
SANDER, L. Weldon, Houston
SANDY, Phyllis Ann, Seabrook
SARAO, Anthony Joseph, Houston
SATTERWHITE, Martha Jo, Corpus Christi
SAWYER, Robert John, Houston
SCHUHMANN, Jon Edward, Houston
SCHULTE, Herbert Lawrence, Houston
SEALE, Jerry Franklin, Houston
SEMANDER, Larry, Houston
SETTOON, Claiborne Bernard, Sulphur,
SEVERS, Jim E., Springfield, Ohio
Mldslupman Freitag dldnt slune lus shoes again today I came to pick up my clothing."
SEYMOUR, Mignon Louise, Houston
SHACKETT, Thomas Charles, Houston
SHEHEE, Henry Thomas, Houston
SHERRILL, Pat William, Houston
SHILOFF, Rochelle F aye, Sioux City, Iowa
SHOOK, Robert Lee, Houston
SHUMAN, Susan Myra, Cheyenne, Wyoming
SIMAR, Patrick Gaston, Houston
SIMS, Bertie Adele, Bellaire
SIMS, Judith Anne, Houston
SLOAN, Judith Ann, Baytown
SPENCE, Lynn Edwin, Houston
SPENCER, Barbara Louise, Houston
SPILLARS, Billie Marie, Houston
STARKE, Jewel Virginia, Houston
STEPHEN, Melvileen Zee, Galveston
STERNENBERC, Robert Ernest, Houston
STEVENS, Gus A., Houston
STEWART, Edward Hamilton, Houston
STEWART, Ellsworth Robinson, Houston
STRONG, Don Alan, Houston
STOEVE, Federico A., EZ Paso
SULLIVAN, Billie Ruth, Houston
SWIHART, Bruce A., Houston
SWOPE, James Robert, Pittsburg, Ill.
TAVORA, Octavio J uarel, Rio de Janeiro, S.A
TEMPERO, Nancy Carol, Austin
THIEME, Larry Everatte, Houston
THOMSEN, William Ernest, Houston
THUESEN, Edwin Earl, Needville
TOBEY, Gordon Lee, Houston
TRAPOLINO, Joe Louis, Houston
TUMLIN, Cecil Edward, Houston
TWELVES, Roy A., Dallas
VAMVAKIAS, Nick Athanas, Houston
"Sure, the band marches at every football game
ZINDLER, Udith Annette, Bellaire
VANCE, Mack Oliver, Houston
VELOTTA, Charlene, Houston
VERA, Albert, Houston
VILLARREAL, Ernest, Houston
VOLLSTEDT, Doris, Houston
WAISATH, John Charles, Edna
WALDVOGEL, Harriet Maxine, Houston
WALLING, Troy Glenn, Houston
WALTHALL, Hershell Wayne, Houston
WARNASCH, Leroy Gilbert, Barker
WARWICK, J oe H., Houston
WATSON, Frances Fayne, Houston
WEAVER, Howard Raymond, Colorado City
WEINGART, Michael N., Skokie, Ill.
WELLS, Eva J une, El Dorado, Ark.
WERNER, Bonnie Lee, Greensburg, Ind.
WEST, Judy Elaine, Houston
WHITE, Doyle Dee, Stephenville
WILCKE, Walter Dwain, Houston
WILHITE, Robert Lewis, Houston
WILLIF ORD, Jack Harrison, Houston
WILLIS, Janet Ann, Houston
WILSON, Barbara Elaine, Houston
WILSON, Johnny Lee, Denison
WINFREE, Luther Jerald, Orange
WITTE, Conrad Grady, Sugar Land
WONG, Fay Wing, Houston
WOODARD, Bobbie Rae, Houston
WORD, Pat, Hitchcock
YOUNG, Kathey, Houston
YOUNG, Virginia Bohrer, Houston
ZARLEY, Kermit Millard, Seattle, Wash.
ZARRABI, Farhad, Tehran, Iran
ZEDLER, Zoe Ann, Houston
ZIEVERT, Thomas John, Houston
ophomore Class . . Gliooks Sharp, Feels Sharp, Is S-harp, J
ADAMO, Michael Joe, Houston
ADAMS, George Charles, Center
ADAMS, James Kent, Houston
ALANIS, Roy, Houston
ALDRICH, Frederick N., Houston
ALLBRIGHT, Thomas Leon, Baytown
ALLISON, Joan Christofferson, Houston
ALLSTOTT, Jerry Lee, Houston
ANSELMO, Charles J oseph, Port Arthur
ANTILL, Elaine, Houston
ARMSTRONG, Kathleen Vaughan, Houston
Just catching on to the knack of hula-hooping are SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Norman Jones,
president, Gary Phillips, vice-president, Sally Day, treasurer, Diane Doyen, secretary, Shawn Mur-
phy, representative, and Judy Goodrich, representative. I
ARRIZOLA, Enrique, Houston
AUTREY, Lyda S., Houston
BAILEY, Elyndabeth, Houston
BALDWIN, Anne Stephanie, Houston
BAMMEL, Carol Ann, Houston
BANKS, Judy Ann, Bellaire
BARNES, Anne Shaw, Houston
BARTH, Carolyn Ann, Houston
BAUER, Seymour Elliot, Houston
BAUMGARTEN, Roger Lee, Houston
BERMAN, Arlene G., Houston
BIGGERS, Laura, Houston
BIRDWELL, Daniel Lee, Big Spring
BLACK, Allan Leroy, Houston
BLATTEL, Walter Joseph, Houston
BOLCER, Nita Louisa, Bellaire
BOLL, Neil Walter, Bellaire
BOND, Jeannine, Houston
, BONNO, Joseph P., Houston
BORK, John Erik, Harlingen
BOSTON, Kirby Lee, Houston
BOWIE, John Robert, H ouston
BRAUN, Robert J., Houston
BRICKEN, William-Bryan, Beaumont
BRITT, Ben Nelson, Victoria
BROOKS, Harry Louis, Houston
BROOKS, Richard Alan, Houston
BROOKS, Tensie Ann, Houston
BROOKS, Terry Lee, Houston
BROUGHTON, William Allen, Pasadena
BRUCHSTEIN, Paul, Houston
BRUNER, Carolyn, Houston
BRUYAS, Andre, Mexico City, Mexico
BURGER, Theodor F., Fairbanks
Somebody told her they're raising the tuition again." "I got another ticket for parking in the student parking lot."
BLANCO, Ricardo Augusto, Lima Peru.,
BURNS, Robert Francis, Houston
BURROWS, Kenneth Edwin, Kermit
BUTLER, Marilyn' Ann, Houston
CARBAJAL, Kenneth Seeger, Houston
CASAS, Jimmy, Houston
CHALMERS, John Colin Waukesha Wi
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CHALMERS, Ray Delle, Houston C
CHAN, Aloysius Tak Foo, Hong Kong
CHANDLER, W. Don, Ben Wheeler
COLE, Dale Vadin, Houston
COLE, James Wiley, Pasadena
COOK, Jackie Lee, Houston
COSTA, Phil V., Houston
CROCKETT, Marcia Virginia, Houston
CRUZ, Richard Refugio, Houston
CULVER, Larry E., Houston
DAY, Sally Elizabeth, Houston
DECKO, Arthur D., Orange, Conn.
DEEN, Gerald K., San Benito
DELONEY, Len Thomas, Houston
DICKSON, Jerry Ervin, Houston
DIETZ, J. Brian, Silver Spring, Md.
DIPUCCIO, Charles Arthur, Lake Jackson
DOUCETTE, Davis Crowell, H euston
DOWDY, Teresa Ann, Wichita Falls
DRAUGHN, Joe Lenn, Houston
DUSEK, Eugene A., Houston
EDGE, Gerald Wayne, Houston
EISWORTH, Michael John, Houston
EVANS, Gerald, Houston
EVANS, Jerry Don, Deming, N. Mex.
EVANS, Vaughan, Shreveport, La.
FAIGLE, Charles Joseph, Houston
FERNEY, Sharon Lyn, Houston
FINE, Edith Iris, Houston
'Tm switching courses. That Geology instructor grades on a
FISHER, Virgil William, Houston
FLINT, Robert B., Bellaire
FOX, Betty Carolyn, Houston
FREE, Barbara Jean, Houston
GABRIEL, Nancy Irene, Corpus Christi
GALLAGHER, Kay, Bellaire
GANTER, Dorrance L., Galveston
GARRETT, Joan Elaine, Houston
GILLASPY, William Roger, Houston
GILLIAM, Roland Ray, Houston
GOLDING, Patricia Faye, Houston
GOSTECNIK, Joyce Ann, Houston
GOTSDINER, Sanford Yale, Houston
GOULD, Steve David, Houston
GRANT, Forrest Wayne, Alice
GRAY, Pennie Sue, Baytown
GREEN, Robert B., Larnpasas
GREENE, James Aubrey, Pasadena
GRIM, Gerald Kenneth, Houston
GRIMM, Nancy Carole, Valley, Neb.
GROSSBERG, Marc E., Houston
GUYNES,'Beany Buck, Corsicana
HALL, Ethelyn Lurline, H ouslon
HALL, J erry Linda, Houston
HAMANN, Georee Tueodoce, Houston
HAMMERLE, Virgil Paul, Houston
HAMMONDS, Loretta Lynn, Houston
HANCOCK, John Gaylor, Webster
HANKINS, Ray Clyde, Houston
HANKINS, Roy Clifford, Houston
HARPER, Ira Glenn, Houston
HARRINGTON, Douglas Roy, Port Arthur
HASSELL, Margie J., facksonville
HEATON, William Otto, Houston
HEMPEL, James Edward, Galveston
Short sheetm again Comes in handy for bypassing the chains at all the campus en-
HENDERSON, Archie Anderson, Houston
HENDERSON, .James Bender, Houston
HERNANDEZ, Robert William, Houston
HILLEGEIST, Reynold Ben, Houston
HIMMELSTEIN, Randa Lee, Houston
HINKLE, Ruth Ellen, Houston
HOFFMAN, Lynn Rae, Glidden
HOHMANN, Margaret Ann, Houston
HOOD, Benjamin Harrison, Houston
HOPF E, Dieter Horst, Houston
HOPPE, Ronald C., Houston
HORAN, James Robert, Houston
HRNA, Daniel Joseph, Deming, N. M.,
HUDSON, Keith Carroll, Clarendon
HURST, Gordon Emerson, Houston
IRBY, Yvonne, Houston
JACKSON, Jimmy Herndon, Angleton
JAY, Thomas Ryan, Houston
JEZEK, James Edward, Houston
JOHNSON, Floyd Allen, Houston
JOHNSON, Michael, Batavia, New York
JOHNSON, Patricia Lou, Houston
KELLY, Patrick Wilborae, Houston
KESTENBAUM, Miriam, Houston
KILPPER, Robert William, Houston
KING, Horace Derwood, Houston
KIRKPATRICK, Julia Elizabeth, Houston
KITOWSKI, Aloysius Sigmund, Houston
KLINGSPORM, Orman Wayne, Houston
KLOS, William Anton, Houston
KNOSTMAN, John Wayne, Bellaire
KOIMN, Bobby Lee, Houston
KRUPKE, Jennie L., Houston
KUHLMANN, Brenda Joyce, Houston
KUYKENDALL, Kirk Joseph, Houston
"Had lunch in the den again, eh?
LAIRD, Hainds E., Lawton, Oklahoma
LAMONTE, Charles James, Houston
LANGFORD, Carolyn Alice, La Marque
LAPECROUSE, Robert Allen, Sugar Land
LARPENTEUR, Jeanine Marie, La Marque
LeBOUF, Edmond Ray, Houston
LEGGETT, Larry, Houston
LEWIS, Edwin Charles, Houston
LEWIS, Jerry Don, Kaufman
LEWIS, Neil, Galveston
LIGHTENSTEIN, A. Albert, Corpus Christi
LIEVAND, Rodrigo Joseph, Houston
LIM, Wai William, Houston
LINDBERG, Jerry Dale, Pasadena
LOPEZ, John Frank, Houston
LOWE, Lessie Ruth, H ouston,
LOWRY, Lynn Howard, Houston
LUTES, Charles W., Longview
MADER, Johnny Melvin, El Campo
MADRID, Lorenzo Oscar, El Paso
MANDOLA, Anthony Joseph, Houston
MARESH, Mary Ann Albina, Edna
MARSH, Bobbie Vee, Houston
MARSHALL, Melvin Terrel, Houston
MATTHEWS, Norman Gerald, Crosby
MAUGHMER, Birtie, Houston
MCCARTY, Robert Terry, Bowie
MCCOREY, Eddie Gary, Port Arthur
MCRAE, Robert Gerald, Hebbronville
MEINSCHER, Fred C., Houston
MEISENHOLDER, Richard Eugene, Houston
METTING, Kenneth Charles, Yorktown
METZLER, J ack Warner, Tornball
MEYER, Joseph Daniel, Sugar Land
MEYER, Travis Walter, Fayetteville
I'm not kidding. The whole fraternity made their grades." "Service is our middle name."
MILLER, Shirley Ann, Houston
MONTGOMERY, Carole Ann, Lawton, Okla.
MONTROY, J ohn Dennis, Houston
MOORE, Thomas Jerry, Houston
MOTES, Clarence Earl, Houston
MULVEY, Edward Johnson, Houston
MURPHY, Shawn, Houston
MUSEMECHE, Bob Joe, Houston
MUSTACHIA, Michael William, Houston
NELSON, Roanne S., Corpus Christi
NEWMAN, Arlene Marie, Houston
NICHOLS, Jane Ellen, Houston
NICHOLS, Simeon Eugene, Houston
NIEDECKEN, Patsy C., Houston
NITSCH, Patrick Andrew, El Campo
NOTT, Nancy Diane, Port Neches
PALMER, Patricia Diane, Houston
PALMER, Raymond William, Pasadena
PANG, Edward William, Greenville, Miss.
PARKHURST, James Earl, South Houston
PATTERSON, Erin Kay, Kenedy
PAYNE, Leo William, Texas City
PESCHEL, Jo Ann, New Ulm
PETTY, Bobby Lee, Longview
PHILIP, Sara Ann, Wichita, Kansas
PITTMAN, Nina Judith, Midland
PITZER, Raymon Knox, Big Spring
PLASEK, Larry E., Houston
PLEDGER, Linda Joyce, Houston
PORTER, Nancy Lee, LaPorte
POULOS, Ann A., Houston
PRYZANT, Frank Seymour, Houston
RAINEY, John Edward, La Marque
RASH, Suzanne Emerson, Houston
REED, Helen Sue, Houston
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"Would you believe it? I have a cold
REESE, John Olan, Houston
REID, Elton Freeman, Houston
RICE, Charles M., Houston
RICHARDSON, William E., Houston
RICHTER, Susan Dee, New Braunfels
ROBERTS, Delene Ruth, Houston
ROBERTSON, Henry Muir, Houston
ROBINSON, Barbara Ruth, Houston?
ROGERS, Mildred Ann, Houston
ROMANS, Eddie, Houston
ROSS, Dan Thomas, Pasadena
RUDEWIG, .Barbara Ann, Houston
RUSSELL, Donald Gail, Stafford
SCHARLACH, Llewelyn J oan, Houston
SCHIFANI, Steve Bernard, Houston
SCHNEIDER, Billie Janeen, Bellville
SCHOTT, August Nelson, Humble
SCOTT, Peter Jerome, Groves
SHEERAN, Sandra Jane, Seabrook
SICOLA, Sammy William, H ouston,
SIMMONS, Arthur Barlow, Houston
SJ OGREN, Cora Nell, Houston
SLAUGHTER, Thomas Weir, Bellaire
SLOVER, Ira Nathan, Houston
SMITH, Donna Lee, Houston
SMITH, Fond, Houston
SMITH, Johnny Gordon, Houston
SMITH, Robert McGee, Lampasas
SNOW, Rosemary, Houston
SPEIGHTS, Nelwyn Lee, Houston'
STEIN, Lee Charles, Houston ,
STEPHENS, Charles David, M obile, Ala
STERLING, Peggy Ann, Houston
STONESTREET, Charles Robert, Dallas
TALLEY, Eddie C., Pasadena
Well Chief said we couldn't have a western dance." uAI1d lhefem be H0 iC9 OH the FiffSla 101-U
TAYLOR, Kenneth Orlen, Houston
TEMPLE, Merle Ellen, Seabrook
THOMAS, Robert Laverl, Pasadena
THOMPSON, Edward J., Houston
THOMPSON, Hugh Delane, Wichita Falls
THORNTON, Edward William, Pittsburgh, Pa.
TROUTT, Howard E., Houston
TUCKER, Jon Franklin, Houston
UZZLE, Donald Clayton, Houston
VALLES, Merrie Ann, Houston
VAN EATON, Diane Adrienne, Bellaire
VENTURA, Sammy David, Dallas
VICTORIA, Robert D., San Antonio
VOLLMERING, Gary Leland, Escobas
VOLLMERING, Sidney Wayne, Escobas
WAGERS, Herbert L., Houston
WALKER, Sally Sue, Houston
WATERS, David Llewellyn, Houston
WEBER, Charles A., Houston
WEINBERGER, Mitchell Irwin, San Antonio
WESTPHAL, Douglas Herbert, Houston
AWHITE, James M., Houston
WHITE, William Roland, Houston
WILLE, Charles A., Mt. Prospect, Ill.
WILLIAMS, Clyde Nathan, Houston
WILLIAMS, James Edwin, Houston
WILLIS, Charles Clifton, Houston
WOLFE, Bettye Blankenship, Houston
WOODRUFF, Lyle A., Houston
WOOLLEY, Carol Ann, Houston
WORDEN, Ray D., Houston
WORSHAM, Ronald Edmund, Houston
WYATT, Billy Harold, Sulphur Springs
YOUNG, Kenneth Ray, Rosenberg
ZINNANTE, Anthony Russell, Houston
"What do you mean the costumes are too short?
Junior '. . 6Progress, Their Most Important Product'
ADAMS, Glenn C., Latexo
ABDULLAH, Hassan, Baghdad, Iraq
ALLEN, James L., Houston
ALLEN, John Dave, Houston
ANDERS, Donald R., Houston
ASHLEY, O. James, Nicholasville, Ky.
ATCHLEY, Barbara Kay, Houston
AYLES, Earl Murphey, Dallas
BARNES, Charles Billy, Houston
BATTAGLIA, Jo Agnes, Houston
.JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS, Tom
Vanzant, vice-presidentg Nelda
Younger, treasurer, Jim Knox,
president, and Bobbie Hainline,
secretary, journey to the stock-
yards and find a lucky horseshoe.
BAUGH, Hollis Alford, Houston
BENEFIEL, Shirley Jane, Houston
BENSON, Betty Jeanne, Houston
BEREUT, Ruhl Rustu, Istanbul, Turkey
BISHOP, Robert, Houston
BIUN DO, Bruce Vincent, Independence,
BLEND, Henrietta B., Houston
BLOME, William Lewis, Houston
BODINE, Bernie Ray, La Marque
BOEDEL, James Barrett, Houston
BOGGS, Carolyn, Houston
BOYD, Jim Allen, Houston
BRACK, Leroy Samuel, Houston
BRADLEY, Stanley Griffin, Houston
BROWN, Jerry Wayne, Fairbanks
BROWN, Ramona C., Odessa
BUCHTA, Rudolph J., Angleton
BURGIN, Patricia Jane, Houston
BURKETT, Bernice, Houston
CAMPBELL, Billy Joe, H Quston
CAMPBELL, C. Robert, Houston
CAMPISI, Joseph Francis, Houston
CARPENTER, Dorina J 0, Houston
CARRADINE Thomas Wa ne Elton La.
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CHESHIRE, Ned B., Houston
COCBURN, Charlie Newton, Pasadena
COLE, Aubrey Pruitt, Friendswood
COOK, Eugene Augustus, Houston
COOMBES, Robert Earl, Houston
CORLEY, Edmond Warren, Houston
COTTON, Ernest Ray, Houston
CRENSHAW, Patricia Marion, Pasadena
CRENWELCE, Otto Emil, Houston
CRIM, Duane Melvin, Houston
CROCKETT, William Emmett, Houston
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CRUZ, Fernando, Laredo
CULOTTA, Joe Philip, Houston
CUTTING, ,lean Alice, Fairfield, Conn.
DANIELSON, Richard John, Houston
DAVIS, Donnie Doyle
DENLEY, Cecil Franklin, Houston
DUSMUKES, Mary lVlartha, Luling
DUBOIS, Boyce L., Houston
DUDLEY, Evelyn l. Gibbs, Pasadena
DUELBERG, Mildred, Houston
DUNK, W. Edwards, Pasadena
EAGER, James L., Houston
EASLEY, Carolyn Joann, Houston
EDWARDS, Letha Joy, Houston
FELD, Jerry, Houston
FIELDS, John Roy, Houston
FISHER, Nelson Augustus, Houston
FITZE, Richard Thomas, Houston
FRATOLILL, Joseph F., Houston
FREITAG, Ellis Joseph, Houston
FRIEDMAN, Estelle Ann, Houston
GADDIS, Frank January, Houston
GEORGE, Katherine J ones, Highlands
GIBSON, Donald A., Houston
GOLDSMITH, Edward Arthur, H ousto
GRAHAM, Donald Knox, Houston
GURIN, Marialn Rachel, Houston
GUTIERREZ, Pedro Joaquin, Granada
HADLEY, Charles King, Bellaire
HAINLINE, Bobbie Louise, Houston.
HARRISON, Paul Spencer, Houston
HARDIN, Eva Loraine, Houston
HARRIS, Charlynn Catherine, San Antonio
HARRIS, Daniel Wayne, Miami, Fla.
HARTGROVE, Billy Ray, Houston
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HARTWICK, J acquelin A., Houston
HAWKINS, Floyd Allan, Houston
HAWTHORNE, Billy J oe, Jacksonville
HAYWARD, Shirley Lucinda, Houston
HEARD, Thomas James, Aztec, N. M.
HEINRICH, Darrell Craig, San Leandro, Calif.
HEITMAN, Bennie Gary, Pasadena
HENSLEY, Glenda Gilbert, Houston
HICKMAN, Norman Alison, Houston
HILL, Dennis Bruce, Houston
HILL, James R., Houston
HILL, Jeffrey Barksdale, Houston
HILLIN, Linda Jean, Houston
HIRSCH, Walter Carl, Houston
HITCHCOCK, Hulon Joe, Houston
HOBBS, John Frank, Houston
HOCOTT, Elaine, Houston
HOLBERT, Janet Marie, Houston
HOLDER, Joyce Loretta, Houston
HOLLAHAN, Edward Lee, LaMarque
HOLT, Fred Russel, fena, La.
HOLT, Ralph E., Texas City
HOLUB, Tommie C., Pasadena
HOYT, Claudia Janan, Houston
HUANG, Yu-Hsiw, Formosa
HUDSON, Carol May, Bellaire
HUNTER, Carol Ann, Houston
INSALL, Eugene Madison, Pasadena
ISBELL, Evelyn Janet, Houston
JACOBSEN. Mary, Hammond, La.
JENNINGS, Shirley Lou, Houston
JOHNSON, Carolyn Frances, Lake Jackson
JOHNSTON, Iris K., Palestine
JONES, Hugh Patrick, Houston
JOYCE, O. J., Ft. Worth
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SMITH, Joyce Marie, Houston
STAIR, Robert Yocum, Houston
SUCHMA, James Howard, Houston
SULLIVAN, Charles Patrick, Houston
SULLIVAN, Sharon Grace, Coronado, Ca
SUTTON, Jack Roger, Houston
SZATHMARY, Joseph Alex, Yardville, N.
TAYLOR, George Harvey, Houston
TEMPLETON, Earl, Alvin
TESTON, Edwin E., Houston
THOMPSON, Mary Lee, Houston
TODD, Patricia Ann, Houston
TOLAND, Frank Marshall, Houston
USSERY, James Monroe, Pasadena
VERRI, Robert, Galveston
VIN SON HALER, Allena Pundt, Houston
VOIGHT, Patricia Ann, Elgin
WALDROP, .Ronald Dean, Pasadena
WALLACE, Jack Maurice, Houston
WARD, Jelks Oscar, Houston
WARNER, Josephine Marian, Houston
WEBB, Robbie Nell, Houston
WERN, George Marion, Galveston
WHALEN, John Edward, Houston
WHITELEY, Don Earl, Almeda
WHITLEY, Larry J., Houston
WILLHOITE, Ernie Dean, Houston
WINTERS, Jackie, Houston
WITT, James Roger, Houston
WOOD, Logan W., Pasadena
WOOTEN, Leonard Ernest, Houston
WORNAT, Wilroy Herbert, Rosenberg
YARBROUGH, Stanley Harold, Pasadena
ZARNOW, William Robert, Houston
ZIDELL, Harvey Robert, Houston
'6University begins new building project
Sen1:0r Class . .'Hottest Group Going'
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Ralph Tur-
ner, presidentg Rusty Henkhaus, represen-
tativeg Marilyn Miller, secretaryg and
Sandy Pittman, treasurer, cook up a panful
of mashed potatoes and trouble in OB
A joyful moment for senior stu-
dents: The measuring of heads for
graduation caps. Mrs. Ahern and
Mrs. Reynolds of the Registrar's
office measure Ellen Guidry and
Rikki Clark for the big event.
ABEL, Wilma Sidonia, Houston, Accounting
ABELL, Nell Boylan, Houston, Math, Phi Kappa
Phi, Fiesta Censor
ADAMS, James Francis, Houston, HSPE, Sphere
Club, NEA, TSTA, SEA, Stock 81 Stolon, Ath-
letic Student Trainer
ALBRO, Ward Sloan, Bellaire, History
ALDERMAN, Donald Bruce, Houston, Journalism,
Alpha Delta Sigma, President
ALEXANDER, Margaret Lucretia, Houston, Ele-
mentary Education, Sigma Chi Sweetheart, Chi
Omega, Secretary, Vanity Fair Favorite, Fiesta
Top Ten Act, Canterbury Club, Pep Club
AN DREASON, Vilma Jean, H ouston, Elementary
AVERY, William Richard, Houston, Marketing
BARNES, Juanita Ann, Houston, Elementary Edu-
cation, Delta Zeta, Rush Captain, Delta Chi Sweet-
BAXTER, Billy K., Houston, GBA
BEASON, Ruby Faye, Odessa, Elementary Education
BECK, E. Carol, Houston, Music
BIUNDO Joseph J. Independence La.' Pharmacy'
Student Body Vice-President, Student Senate, Pres-
ident, Phi Delta Chi, President, Rho Chi, Phi
Kappa, Newman Club
BLACKSTONE, Raymond L., Houston, Photogra-
phy, Kappa Alpha Mu, President, Cougar, Hous-
tonian Photographer, Fiesta, Dean's List, ROTC
BLAKE, Frank Eugene, Houston, Drafting, Tau
Alpha Pi, Dragon Society, Treasurer, Vice-Presi-
dent, Institute of Radio Engineers
BLANTON, Jeannean Burns, Houston, Elementary
BLOUNT, Charles Dwain, Sulphur Springs, Radio-
BODMER, James Ellis, Houston, Electrical Engineer-
BOND, Eddie D., Teague, Accounting, CYC, Presi-
dent, House of Representatives, Clerk, RGC, Vice-
President, SAM, Accounting Society
BOSSE, William R., Houston, Electrical Engineering
BOSTON, Roosevelt, Galveston, GBA
BRADBERRY, Abby, Houston, Fashion Design
BRAVENEC, Benny Baron, Houston, Accounting
BRIDGES, Thomas L., Pasadena, Electrical En-
BRODNAX, Charles Troy, Houston, Electrical En-
BROWN, Charles Robert, Houston, Psychology
BRUCE, Carlyne Lorraine, Galena Park, Biology
BUCHANAN, Jean Ann, Pasadena, Art Education
BUCHTA, Raymond Frank, Guy, Pharmacy
BURKE, Helen R. Christie, Houston, Elementary
BURKHARDT, Sandra Eileen, Houston, Elementary
BUSCH, Willy C. P., Houston, Chemistry
BUTTERFIELD, Frank Darrell, Healclton, Okla.,
BYBEE, Mary Susan, Houston, Sec. Adm.
CABLE, Reba M., Houston, Psychology
CAFFREY, Charles M., Temple, HPE
CALDWELL, Richard H., Houston, Pol. Science,
Phi Rho Pi, President, Phi Theta Kappa, Presi-
dent, President Soph. Class, Outstanding Student,
House of Representatives, Phi Kappa Phi, Presi-
dent Pi Kappa Delta, Forensic Society
CALLENDER, Don Robert, Houston, GBA
CALLIER, Bud, Atlanta, Ga., GBA
CANNIFF, Joseph H., Houston, Electronics
CARMICHAEL, Keith Stewart, Houston, ME
CARNEY, John J., Houston, Mgt.
CARRILLO, Guillermo, Houston, Pharmacy
CART, Blufford Joseph, fennings, La., Pharmacy
CARY, Thomas Lee, Houston, Pet. Eng.
CASTER, Louis, Houston, Mgt.
CATALAN, Nathan, Caracas, Venezuela, Economics
CAUDILLO, Manuel, Houston, Pharmacy
CHAMBERS, Leon Lawrence, Houston, Art
CHANDLER, ,lo Ann, Senath, Mo., Sociology
CIULLA, Bernard Anthony, Houston, Air Condition-
ing and Refrigeration
CLARABUT, George Sidney, Houston, GBA
CLAUDER, Hershel E., Houston, Elec. Eng.
COLBY, Fred Leon, Houston, Journalism
COWSERT, Feliz E., Houston, Architecture
CORNETT, .lames Elmer, Blessing, Pet. Eng.
COX, Lucrecia Correa, Houston, GBA
CHUM, A. J., Bellaire, Math
CRUMPLER, Charles Thomas, H ouston , Diesel Elec-
CRUTCHER, Charles Lee, Kilgore, Pet. Eng.
CRUZ, Lauro, Houston, Pol. Science
DARLEY, Reginald Kenneth, Victoria, B.C., Canada,
Health Safety, Physical Ed.
DAVIS, Donald Harold, Houston, Drafting
DEAN, Thelma Bond, Highlands, Elementary Edu-
DENSON, Marjorie Ellis, Baytown, Elementary Edu-
DEPASQUAL, Donald Victor, Dickinson, Pharmacy
DEVANEY, Harold Barton, Texas City, Electronics
DICKERSON, Marvin James, Houston, Transporta-
DILL, Lucile Foust, Baytown, HEC, Phi Kappa
DODSON, Billye Lake, Houston, Home Eco.
DOHRMAN, Gayle Delee, Pasadena, Art Education
DOLLASE, Edward Arnold, Pettus, Transportation
DOLD, William Erie, Chicago, Ill., GBA
DOMBROW, Bernard, Galveston, Pharmacy
DOWDY, Patricia Nell, Wichita Falls, Sec. Adm.,
Womerfs Dormitory Council, Women's Student
DOWNS, Robert John, Houston, Marketing
DURDEN, Lloyd W., Houston, Electrical Eng.
ENGEL, John Edward, Houston, Accounting
ERDIL, Nebahat, Izmir, Turkey, Art
ERVIN, Robert Lee, Houston, History
EVERETT, George Browder, Gladewater, Pharmacy
FADEN, Alan Jerome, Houston, Psychology
FAGIN, Stanley Irwin, Houston, Psychology
FARRAR, William Edward, Houston, Psychology
FAWCETT, Darryl Lawrence, Houston, Pre-Law
FELBINGER, Anne Marie, Mobile, Alabama, Art,
SEA, Librarian, Red Masque, Kappa Pi
F ISCHER, Kenneth Bernard, Pasadena, Mec. En-
FITZE, Harry D., Houston, Secondary Education
FLANNERY, William T., Blanco, Physics
FLEMING, Thomas Franklin, Houston, Accounting
FLINN, Nadine Kae, Houston, Elementary Educa-
FLOEHR, Donald James, Houston, Math
FLOYD, Darold Dean, Snyder, Pharmacy
FLUKER, Edward Michael, Houston, Accounting
FLYNN, Michael Xavier, Houston, Architecture
FOGT, David Clifford, Houston, Geology
FORSHAW, Robert Lewis, Houston, Journalism
FUELL, Frank Joseph, Houston, Accounting, Sec-
retary, Delta Chi Fraternity, Society of Account-
GARCIA, Elia M., Houston, Secondary Education
GARCIA, Ernest O., Houston, Art Education
GENTRY, Geneva Carol, H ouston, Music Education
GEORGE, Louis F ..," Houston, Management
GIFFORD, Doyle Wayne, Houston, Mech. Eng.
GILBREATH, Alice Marie, Houston, Maths, Cor-
responding Secretary, Alpha Phi
GILLESPIE, Howard, Houston, Math
GINTHER, Carolyn McGhee, Bellaire, Home Ec-
GODFREY, Frank Joseph, Pennellville, N. Y., Ac-
GOEBEL, Ben, Lake Jackson, Industrial Mgt.
GOODLOE, Gail E., San Antonio, Secondary Edu-
GORE, Mack O., Houston, M.E.
GORZELL, Fred John, Houston, Graphic Arts, Mgt.
GRASSMAN, Jon Michael, Bellaire, Retailing
GRAVES, Sue Boykin, Big Spring, Elementary Edu
GREATHOUSE, Leo Edward, Houston, Accounting
GREER, Curtis, Henderson, Accounting
GREGORY Walter Donald Houston' Geolo
GUENZEL, David Lee, Houston, Math
GUIDRY, Ellen McLean, Baytown, Elementary Edu-
HABER, Anthony David, Shaker Heights, Ohio, His-
HALL, Frank Herndon, Houston, Architecture
HALL, William Frank, Houston, Retailing
HANNA, Marcus Allen, Houston, Finance
HANSEN, Yvonne, Houston, Home Economics Edu-
HABRELL, Samuel T., Houston, GBA
HARRIS, Joseph Paschal, Houston, Industrial Elec-
HARTON, Virgil E., El Campo, Architecture
HATHAWAY, H. W., Houston, Radio and TV
HAYES, Noel Aaron, Houston, Chemical Education
HAYES, Stuart W., Kissimmee, Fla., Photography,
Kappa Alpha Mug Cougar, Wesley Foundation,
Student Government, Journalism Inc.
HEATH, Edward Allen, Rio Grande City, Psychol-
HEATH, Roy Calvin, Houston, Mechanical Engi-
HEIT, George Martin, Galveston, Industrial Engi-
HENKHAUS, Barbara Ruth, Shiner, Secondary Ed-
HERNDON, Patti, Corpus Christi, Elementary Edu-
HEYLAND, Gary G., San Antonio, Pharmacy
HIGHTOWER, Floyd Eugene, Houston, GBA
HILL, John Irvin, Houston, Electrical Eng.
HOBIZAL, Dolores Ann, Weimar, Speech Therapy
e 1 s
GRITZBAUGH, James Marstan, Rockford, Ill.,
HOLDER, Carroll Hulon, Riclzton, Miss., Transpor-
HOLDER, Cecil L., Galena Park, Pet. Eng. and
Math, Tau Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Theta
Kappa, Varsity H
HOPPER, Max Dean, Houston, Math and Industrial
HORN, Ruth Tackett, Houston, Secondary Educa-
HORTON, Monte Earl, Houston, Marketing
HOWARD, John Wallace, Houston, Home Bldg.
and Light Construction
HOWARD, Philip J., Houston, History
HOWTON, Jimmie Frank, Houston, Diesel
HRUSRC, Everett, Houston, GBA
HUBER, Donald E., Houston, Accounting
HOFFMAN, Sharon Whiting, Texas City, English
HUMPHREYS, Vincent B., H ouston, Math
HUNT, Elizabeth Ann, Houston, Business Education
HYDE, Samuel Rowe, La Porte, Art
HYNES, Joe H., Houston, Mechanical Engineering
IRBY, Robert Kenneth, Baytown: Accounting
ISHIGURO, Sadao, Tokyo, lapan, Transportation
JAEGER, Harold Leroy, Houston, Electrical Engi-
JEHKIHS, Doyle King, Houston, Architecture
JENNINGS, Roy, Houston., Architecture
JOHNSON, Billy Ray, Houston, Management,
ROTC, Marketing Association, Alpha Phi Omega
Fiesta Top Ten Act
JOHNSON, Carol Lynn, Bellaire, Art
JOHNSON, Kay T., Houston, Management
JOHNSON, Lewis Guy, Houston, Accounting
JOHNSON, Thomas Alfred, Austin, Radio and Tele-
vision, Delta Sigma Phi, Stock Sz Stolon Club,
Radio-TV Guild, Executive Officer, Scabbard and
JOHNSTON, James W., Baker, La., Pharmacy
JOLLY, Orville Lee, Houston, Geology
JONES, Clayton D., Carthage, Accounting
JONES, Myles Duane, Houston, GBA
KARR, Karrol Leon, Baytown, Industrial Electronics
KEENER, George Howell, Houston, Pharmacy
KEEPERS, Carolyn, Houston, Home Economics
KELLY, Harold Thomas, Pasadena, Industrial En-
KERCE, Anita Sue, Houston, English
KILPATRICK, Billy Ray, Thornton, Industrial Elec-
KILPATRICK, Nancy, Bellaire, Psychology, Alpha
Delta Pi, Phi Theta Kappa, Cap and Gown, Phi
Kappa Phi, Pep Club
KIRBY, Lawrence R., Shenandoah, Iowa, Diesel
KISSINGER, Otto Murray, La Marque, General
KOEHN, Herman F., Houston, Marketing
KOUZOUNIS, Anthony, Houston, Biology
KULACHAN, Sayun, Bangkok, Thailand, Math
KUTAC, George, Schulenburg, Accounting
LAFFERTY, Patrick Ellis, Castroville, Physics
LAMANNA, Anthony R., Mohawk, New York, GBA
LAMB, Deanna Jeanne, Houston, Drama, Red
Masque Players, Secretary-Treasurer, Best Act-
ress, Alpha Psi Omega
LAMM, Jane Hiller, Houston, English
LAROS, William George, Galveston, GBA
LEAVESLEY, John E., Houston, Economics
LEE, William D., Houston, Accounting
LEMMON, Franklin Albert, Houston, Secondary
LEMOINE, Gano Dominic, Cottonport, La., Phar-
macy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, House of
Representatives, American Pharmaceutical Asso.,
Pep Club, Newman Club
LEWIS, Edgar Cloy, Houston, History
LINDHEIMER, Thomas Frederick, Houston, Me-
chanical Engineering, ASME: International Stu-
LINDNER, James Vernon, Placedo, Air Condition-
ing and Refrigeration
LLEWELLYN, Thomas Lee, Houston, History
LOBACCARO, Frank S., Phoenix, Arizona, Op-
LOHMAN, Judy Ann, Houston, Home Economics
LONG, Charles Edwin, Pearland, Petroleum Engi-
LONG, Ruth H., Houston, GBA
LOOK, M. B., Houston, Pre-Law
LORTON, Don Joseph, Houston, Management
LOTT, Jimmie W., Houston, Pharmacy
LOTZ, Frank B., Houston, Management
MAC DONALD, Harold Clyde, Houston, Accounting
MACIEJESKI, Bruno J., Richards, Electrical Engi-
neering and Math
MAC LEAN, Alberto Mario, Houston, Spanish
MADOLE, Jim Max, Houston, Geology
MAENZA, Jake Louis, Houston, Mechanical Engi-
MALLIA, Charles B., Galveston, Diesel Engineering,
MALONE, Cleve Prichard, Houston, Geophysics
MALOTT, Frank Barhum, Houston, Education
MANNING, Maxine Miller, Houston, Elementary
MARIEN, Norita Louise, Houston, Accounting
MARQUESS, Roderick L., Wharton, Physics
MASEK, Stella C., Houston, German
MASON, Deloris Frances, Houston, Secretary Ad-
MATELL, Harry Harold, Houston, Accounting
MATHEWS, Barbara Ann, Abilene, Home Eco-
MAY, Clifford Lee, Pasadena, Electrical Engineer-
MCCDRMACK, Paul Leroy, Pasadena, Accounting
MCCORMICK, Judith Anne, Houston, Elementary
MCCULLAR, Harold Curtis, Houston, Management
MCDANIEL, Carmen, Bellaire, Journalism, Delta
Gamma, Corresponding Secretary, Theta Sigma
Phi, Cougar Staff
MCGOWAN, Edward Browne, Houston, Law, Phi
Eta Sigma, Delta Theta Phi, Bailiff, ROTC, Stu-
dent Bar Association, President, AIA, BSU,
House of Representatives
MCKENZIE, Harven Michael, Camden, Arkansas,
MCLAMORE, James Otto, Houston, Secondary Ed-
MCMAINS, Michael Walter, Monterrey, Mexico,
MCMINN, Kenneth E., Houston, Architecture
MCSHAN, James Richard Bailey, Littlefield, Radio
MCSTRAVICK, Arnold William, Houston, GBA, Phi
Kappa Theta, President, Vice-President, IFC, Vice-
President, Newman Club, Pep Club
MELNICK, Ethel Lynn, Houston, Education
MERRITT, Barbara Ann Sneed, Houston, GBA
MERRITT, George Hubert, Houston, Pharmacy
MEYERS, Alfred H., Houston, Civil Engineering
MEYERS, Otta William, Houston, Pre-Law
MEYERS, Shirley Mae, Houston, Music
MICHAEL, John Albert, Houston, Electrical Engi-
MICHALOVICH, David Ivon, Dorchester, Mass.,
MIDDLEBROOK, Joseph D., Houston, Education
MIKESKA, Raymond, Houston, Finance
MILLER, Dorothy Jean, Houston, English
MILLER, Marilyn Ann, Houston, Elementary Edu-
cation, Miss Annie Oakley, Fiesta, Secretary,
Fiesta Top Ten Acts, Cheerleader, Chi Omega,
President, Secretary, Miss Houstonian, Pep Club
MILLING, Janell, Houston, Education, BSU, SEA,
Panhellenic, Frontier Fiesta, Delta Zeta, Best
Pledge, Treasurer, President
MILUM, Roy N., Houston, Marketing
MINARCHI, William, Little Falls, New York, Build-
MITELMAN, Alan, Houston, Art
MONROE, Kara Lynne, Houston, French and Eng-
lish, Le Quartier Latin, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi
Kappa Phi, Pi Delta Phi, President, Cap and
MOODY, William Aubrey, Houston, Mechanical En-
MOORE, Frederick Joseph, Galveston, GBA
MOORE, W. Bruce, Houston, Architecture
MORGAN, Terry T., Bowie, Pharmacy
MORRIS, Robert, Kiowa, Oklahoma, Journalism
MORSE, Daniel Earl, Houston, Pharmacy
MUELLER, Roland Norman, Parkston, S. D., Diesel-
MULKEY, Owen Roger, Houston, Electrical Engi-
MUNN, Neill Gayden, Houstong Business Adminis-
NADOLNEY, Frank Edward, H oustong Business Ad-
NEBLETT, Carl Burton, Houstong Elementary Edu-
NELSON, Thomas Gorden, Houston, Electronics
NEWTON, Freddie J., Houstong Accounting
NICHOLAS, Nickie Lee, Pasadena, Chemistry
NIXON, Clarence E., Freeport, Pharmacy
NOBLE, Cary Bob, Houston, Marketing
NOVY, Louis John, Houston, Electronics
NOWAKOWSKI, Harry Stephen, Houstong Jour-
O'FIEL, Nancy Carolyn, Houston, Elementary Edu-
OLSEN, Peter R., Houston, Electrical Engineering
OLSOVSKY, Willie' H., Schulenburgg Industrial
ORTEGO, Robert Anthony, Ville Platte, La., Air
OSBORNE, Irene Marie, Houstong Secondary Edu-
OVERALL, Miller B., Houston, Accounting
PALMBERG, Kenneth Arnold, Pasadena, Secondary
PALMER, Lucille, Houston, Secretarial Administra-
PARKER, Gerald Womack, Houstong Electronics
PARKER, Raymond Eugene, Austin, Electronics
PARKIVIAN, Huey Paul, Houston, Chemical Engi-
PARNELL, Troy, Pasadena, Mechanical Engineer-
PARR, Bennett Ivy, Baldwin, La., Business Admin-
PARTEN, Harry S., Houston, Civil Engineering
PAVEY, Eugene B., Houstong GBA
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REINDL, Meyer Evans, Houston, Electrical Engi-
REYNOLDS, Fred Moore, Humble, History
RHODES, Burnis M., Baytown, Elementary Educa-
RICE, Frank B., Houston, Biology
RICH, Frances Earline, Houston, English
RICHARDSON, Mrs. Alice Roberta, Galena Parlc,
RICHARDSON, Ronald Charles, Houston, Civil En-
RITTENHOUSE, William Louis, Houston, Industrial
ROBERSON, John L., Taylorsville, N. C., Electrical
RODRIQUEZ, Charles, Houston, GBA
ROGERS, Philip Allen, Houston, Physics
ROLAK, Gilbert A., Houston, History
ROSS, Avis Marie, Houston, Journalism, Gamma
ROTENBERRY, James Cecil, Houston, GBA
ROUNTREE, Gaynor Ray, Pittsburg, Geology and
RUNNELS, Robert Clayton, Houston, Physics
RUSLER, Byron K., Houston, Secondary Education
RUTHVEN, Hugh Duncan, Houston, GBA
SACCAR, Angelita Morales, Houston, Pharmacy'
SAITO, Masahisa, Tokyo, Japan, Accounting
SALINAS, ,Iulio H., Houston, Industrial Drafting
SANDERS, Donald L., Houston, GBA
SAWICKI, Michael John, Houston, Electronic Tech-
SAWYER, John Milton, Houston, Management
SCHADEL, Theodore Arthur, Houston, Math
SCHJAERVE, Anders Gustav, Oslo, Norway, Me-
SCHNEIDER, Charles Fred, Victoria, Radio-TV:
Program Director-KUHF Radio, President Alpha
Epsilon Rho, ROTC
SCHUSTER, Walter L., Houston, Electrical Engi-
SCHULTZ, Alton Kenneth, Houston, Physics
SCOTT, Thomas M., Houston, Radio and TV, BSU
Vice-President, Secretary, Delta Chi, Vice-Presi-
dent, Radio-TV Guild, Pep Club, Fiesta
SELF, Harold Donald, Houston, Air Conditioning
SEPULVADOR, Billy Joe, Houston, GBA
SHEF IELD, Herman E., Houston, Electrical Engi-
SHEFFIELD, Opal Melton, Texas City, Elementary
SHOUP, Allene Holman, Texas City, Elementary
SHULTS, Tommy Arlen, Rockport, Drafting
SHUMWAY, Larry R., Houston, Mechanical Engi-
neering and Math, Society of Engineers, Pledge
Trainer, Lambda Chi Alpha, Frontier Fiesta,
Society of Mechanical Engineers
SIBERT, Sue L. C., Houston, Secondary Education,
Alpha Delta Pi, SEA, TSTA, TEA
SILVA, Solomon B., Houston, Drafting
SIMMONS, Clarence Eugene, Stafford, Welding
SIMONS, Janet Cronk, Houston, Secretarial Admin-
SIMPSON, John Philip, Houston, Economics
SIMS, John M., Houston, Management '
SIRMAN, John M., Corrigan, Pharmacy
SKINNER, Alonzo Jerry, Houston, Math and Civil
Engineering, Football, Track, Scabbard and
Blade, American Society of Civil Engineers, House
SMITH, George Grady, Houston, Management
SMITH, Norman Eugene, Houston, Management
SMITH, Ronald Glenn, Houston, Psychology
SOLAR, Henry N., Houston, Management
SOLIS, Frances Reed, Austin, Spanish
SOLLIE, Beverly Ann, Houston, Elementary Educa-
SOUDBAKHSH, Mohammed S., Tehran, Iran, Pe-
SPRADLINC, Jack Leroy, Houston, Civil Engineer-
SPURLOCK, Riley Ward, Pasadena, GBA
SQUIRES, Gladys Wright, Houston, Elementary
STAHL, E. Roberta, Weslaco, Drama, Red Masque
Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Special Technical
STILES, Richard Jim, Fairbanks, Radio-TV, El
Foro Espanol, Frontier Fiesta
STILLINGS, Walter Harold, Houston, Transporta-
STIPANOVIC, Richard M., Houston, Psychology
STOKES, Norris Albert, Houston, Pre-Law, Busi-
STRAHAN, Nelson, Hous-ton, Civil Engineering
STUART, Luis Labon, Houston, Geology
SUTTLES, Joseph Calvert, Houston, Electrical En-
gineering, Society of -Electrical Engineers, Insti-
tute of Electrical Engineers
SUTTON, Lester Earl, Bellaire, Marketing
TALIAFERRO, William D., Houston, Mechanical
TANNER, Carlos D., Houston, Psychology
TARPEY, Thomas Anthony, Houston, GBA
TENCH, Richard John, Houston, Math
TENCH, 'Rowland Brian, Houston, GBA
TERENCE, Jack Josey, Houston, Journalism
TERRILL, Richard Bruce, Houston, Management
THANGSUPHANICH, Thavisakdi, Bangkok, Thai-
land, Electrical Engineering and Math
THOMPSON, Tommy D., Houston, Diesel Engi-
THORNBURG, James D., Houston, Accounting
TIEMANN, Erwin Fritz, Dallas, Electronics
TODD, Janice Ann, Houston, Sociology
TODD, Joe Lee, Houston, Accounting
TOLER, William D., Houston, Photography
TROTTER, Frederick James, Houston, Mechanical
TRUXILLO, Sandy J., Houston, GBA, Corps Com-
mander, Cullen Rifles, Vice-President, Scabbard
8: Blade, Vice-President, Phi Kappa Theta, New-
man Club, Pep Club
TSIAPERAS, Solon, Nicosia, Cyprus, Political
TULLOS, Bob G., Baytown, Retailing
TURNER, Ralph Ceylon, Houston, Pharmacy
UNDERWOOD, Claire Elizabeth, Houston, Home
Economics Education, Secretary, Newman Club,
President, Alpha Phi, Beta Lambda, House of
Representatives, Pep Club, Fiesta
UNDERWOOD, Pegi Schultz, Texas City, Elemen-
tary Education I
VAN SICKLE, Sharon Armita, Houston, English,
French Club, Red Masque Players, Frontier
Fiesta, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi
VAUGHAN, .lohn O., Houston, Industrial Engi-
WAITE, Jack Dale, Houston, Radio and TV
WALKER, Virginia Maria, La Porte, Music Educa-
WARE, Warren Wayne, Houston, Chemical Engi-
WEISE, Bobby Louis, San Angelo, HPE
WELCH, John E., Houston, Management
WELCH, Walter Elnathan, Houston', Electrical Engi-
WENGER, Larry Harlan, Houston, Architecture
WHEELER, Richard Don, Houston, Electrical Engi-
neering and Math
WHITE, John E., Pasadena, GBA
WHITTAKER, Edward George, Houston, Marketing
WILLIAMS, Jerry Ross, Houston, Accounting
WILLIAMS, ,lohney Lee, Houston, Accounting
WILLIAMS, Pamela McGehee, Houston, French,
Pi Delta Phi, Vice-President, Phi Theta Kappa,
WSA President, Panhellenic President, Phi Kappa
Phi, Outstanding Student, Chi Omega
WILLIAMSON, Herschel D., Houston, Accounting
WILSON, ,lack O., Houston, History Alpha Phi
Omega President, Fiesta Top Ten Act
WINKELMANN, Thomas Albert, Houston, Account-
ing, SAM, Society of Accountants
WOLFE, Mary E., Houston, Elementary Education
WOLFSDORF, Marilyn Mae, Yoakum, Elementary
WOOD, Robert Warren, Houston, Accounting
WOODALL, Spencer Dean, Houston, Electrical
WORSHAM, William Felix, Houston, GBA
WREN, Harry Edward, Houston, Economics
YOSHIDA, Chiharu, T okyo, Japan, Religion
YOUNG, Frank Dee, Elkin, N. Carolina: Account-
ZAMORA, Francisco Javier, Houston, Air Condi-
tioning and Refrigeration
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GRADUATE -CLASS OFFICERS,
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off in the Zeke Building.
BARTON, Donald Brooks, Houston,
BAUSCHER, William Allen, Pasadena,
BEAN, Barbara Spell, Houston, Secondary Educa-
CHALOUPKA, Miloslav Jan, Houston, Electronics
CLICK, Rita Maurine, Port Arthur, Elementary
COFFMAN, John Edward, Nederland, Electrical
COOKSEY, Marvin Glenn, Houston, Law
COX, John Max, Houston, Administrative Education
DALY, Mary Ann, Crystal City, Optics
DAY, Ely Roten, Houston, Art Education
EDENS, Frank Newton, Freeport, Management
FORCIER, Normand Ernest, Houston, Electronics
F UELL, Patricia Sue, Houston, French
GAFFNEY, Jerome George, Houston, Chemical En-
GEE, Gloria, Manila, Philippines, Music
GOUBEAUL, C. Pete, Houston, Administrative Edu-
GREGORY, James Leslie, Linden, New Jersey, Eco-
HARF, Joseph Herman, Houston, Optometry
HEINZE Wa ne A Houston Reli ion
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HERMANN, Carol Ann, Houston, Elementary Edu-
HIATT, Ernest Boyd, Tulsa, Okla., Optometry
HOLSOMBACK, Joseph C., Houston, Industrial En-
HUNTER, Walter Kelsey, Houston, Optometry
JOHNSON, Cary Alfred, Pasadena , Education
JORDAN, Deral Preston, Drama, Secondary Edu-
KILLGORE, Mary Louise, Ft. Worth, Psychology
KOLLMAR, Rosemary Boston, Houston, Spanish
KRIBS, Edith Anne, Houston, English
LASETER, John Luther, Houston, Biology
LEON, Yuen, Houston, Economics
MACK, Herman Howard, La Marque, Education
MALLIOS, Jimmy Phillip, Piraeus, Greece, Mechan-
ical Engineering, Math
MAUK, Charles Edward, Houston, Chemical Engi-
MILLER, Mervin Deane, Houston, Biology
NARASIMHAM, Musti, India, Physics
NEWELL, Jimmie David, Meridian, Miss., Optom-
O'DOWD, John Emmett, Hungerford, Administra-
PHILLIPS, Harry Calvin, Houston, Math
RAMER, Charles Edwin, Houston, Physics
RUMFIELD, Emmett Taylor, Houston, Manage-
SAJJADI, Parviz S., Iran, Petroleum Engineering
SANDERS, Robert Eugene, Houston, Advertising
SHARPE, Milburne Chandler, Houston, Radio-TV
SHEPHERD, Richard Earl, Bellaire, Chemical En-
TAYLOR, Edward C., Houston, Secondary Educa-
WINSTON, Joyce Robertson, Pasadena, Business
MCCOWAN, E. B., fall president
WOLFE, DeWitt, spring president
BUMSTEAD, Jacob, vice-president
HOGAN, Robert, secretary-treasurer
Day first-year presi-
Night Senior Class
Night Midlaw presid
Night first-year president
A College of Law
Zflccept No Substitutes,
BINION, Stanley B.
BON ILLA, Tony
BOONE, James C., Jr.
BOSWELL, John H.
BRUCKNER, John S.
BURNS, Thomas P.
CALVERT, Ian A.
CARROLL, Louis D.
CLEVELAND, William D
COMAN, J. Michael
CRAGER, Minor B.
CYPHERS, Phillip L.
DRAKE, Irving R.
FELSMAN, Robert A.
GINTHER, F erg
HALTOM, Henry L.
HARRIS, Bruce M.
HAXTON, M. R.
HOLLADAY, W. Paul
HOOKS, Benard Jr.
HOOPER, John T.
HUEBNER, Bert L.
JOHNSON, Jacob Edgar
JONES, Donald Lee
JONES, Frank H.
KAY, John Ross
KEEN, Ralph A.
KELLY, James O
KENDALL, Clarence F.
KNIGHT, Kenneth L.
KNOX, James E.
PATRICK, John Brack
PEAVY, M. Leroy
PENA, Enrique H.
LILLY, Earle S.
LOGAN, Murrey D.
MAIDA, Joe Sam
MAKINS, William J .
MCINTYRE, James G.
MIZE, Jerry -D.
MOORE, Ardon E.
MOORE, Richard C.
MULLINS, J. T.
MURPHY, James O.
MURPHY, Paul C.
NAISER, L. E.
NUNN, Norman R.
REEDY, Richard L.
SCHULTZ, William M
SEARLE, Harry K.
SEDOTAL, Royce L.
SMITH, Gene A.
STALLINGS, Robert A.
STOVALL, William A.
TATAR, Leonard B.
VICTERY, Charles D.
VRBA, Daniel Lewis
WHITE, Ted G.
WHITWORTH, B. Forrest
WOLDA, David E.
RAY, Carl L.
WUNDERLICH, F. J.
YOUELL, Spencer M.
The Student and College Lufe
The life of any university is its student body. The in-
dividual students who make up this body are classified
as a whole, and yet, no two of them are alike.
As students we come to college-to this particular uni-
versity-for a multitude of reasons. We Come from
varied backgrounds. We bring to college a myriad of
experiences unique to ourselves.
We come to college in search of education, inspiration,
social life, a measure of maturity. How we leave col-
lege-whether we find the things we have sought-
depends on us and what we do with this thing called
Though Individual, We SHARE
a Healthy Curiosity
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A Love of Fun
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A Hunger for Education
We Have This in Common . . . Registration
Standing in line becomes an
"Shall I take accounting from 8 to 10 Monday, Wednesday,
Friday or . . ."
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We begin college as IBM numbers on one of thousands of cards.
Freshmen Become Oriented
Speakers at orientation program ex-
plain rnles and policies as well as
advise of services available to students.
Votes Are Solicited
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Pat Rothrum, a candidate for freshman class secretary, gets cam-
paign assistance from Ann Gold.
Don .Edwards shrewdly does his campaigning to a captive audience at a Cougar
Rush Begins or Sororities, F rats
A typical rush party begins with the
pinning on of name tags. The scene of
this pinning is the Phi Kappa Theta
During rush, many kinds of prop-
aganda lines are prevalent. The
food line, however, is one that
is never missed. KA's prove to
be good hosts.
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Probably the most fun of sorority rush
are the skits. Delta Gammas do a, little
play-acting to get a point across.
Clad in sarongs, hula skirts and leis, Alpha
Phis utilize swimming pool for Hawaiian
isle skit setting.
Alpha Chis have the circus
spirit complete with balloons
and cotton candy.
Alpha Delta Pis entertain
with a mock cocktail party.
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Zetas wave good-bye
Zeta Tau Alphas conclude the last round of parties with candlelighting and wish-makin
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Miter a week of meeting people, learning Greek names, and gradually
choosing a sorority, it's a relief to open that all-important bid. Judy
eeves gets a welcome from new sorority sisters.
Pledges Meet at Pledge Line
Right hands get numb after an hour of hand-shaking and "How do you dos" between sorority and fraternity pledges.
Susan Jenkins is all smiles over the contents of her bid envelope.
A field full of majorettes holds the crowd's attention. These girls represent bands from Gulf Coast area high schools
Half-time means up with the flash cards for Q 'li '
Pep Club members.
Inhibitions are forgotten as the Cougars take the lead.
We Prepare to
A pep rally in Cougar Den becomes a weekly event.
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Cougarxtes applaud therr approval of the cheerleaders' antlcs.
,litter-hugging couples move to the music of the Cougar Dance
Band in Kitten Alley.
Margie Edwards and
Pat Jennings make
torches for the Aggie
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Campus organizations charter
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ge a non an a
long-awaited tussle with the Ag-
Students find another excuse
for dancing . . . the 'Bama game.
c ,Bama Band Pays
Members of the Pep Club along with a police escort meet the 'Bama Band and accompany their buses to the
Homecoming Queen candidates are selected and subtle campaigning begins.
Dianne Jones, Janelle Sanford, Susan Wood, Jan McMullan and Rosalie Chiodo
vie for the coveted title.
Crepe paper flower-making becomes
boring quickly. But Kathleen Pollak,
Martha Freytag, .lo Agnes Battaglia,
Patsy Richardson, .ludy Reeves and
Sonja Isham use the time to catch up
on the latest news campuswise.
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Weeks of work go into the building of a Homecoming float.
Lucretia Alexander, Doug Shaver and Marlene Walker construct
a miniature building for the Chi O, Sigma Chi entry.
The Bon Lre Burns . . .
Alpha Phi Omegas begin con- X
struction on the bonfire that is 1:
scheduled to burn Thanksgiving if
Before the bonfire structure is completed, a party or parties unknown
set fire to the tower of wood. Ken Williams and Marshall Jones
examine the evidence remaining of the three bombs that were used to
start the premature fire.
APO's worriedly begin reconstruction with only 24 hours
remaining before the scheduled burning. Dean Will, at nght,
lends a hand.
ROTC skips drilllto assist with the reconstruction.
With the premature burning of the bonfire, a
strange and exciting thing happens: The student
body marshals its forces. Students from every or-
ganization work long hours to rebuild the massive
structure. Offers of boxes and lumber pour in from
Houston businesses. Volunteer trucks bring the
precious cargo to the campus. Restaurants donate
food to the workers who stay up all night to finish
their vast undertaking. Morning finds the bonfire
Coeds help by serving coffee and donuts to workers.
Four a.m. comes quickly, but the bonfire is finished.
Sleep overtakes .lack Wilson who has discarded
boots for a bedroll.
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Float Judging Comes . . .
Organizations like Sigma Chi and Chi
Omega have many last-minute prepara-
tions to make before the judges come
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Delta Zeta and the Radio-TV Guild
use helium-filled balloons to dress up
their float. Bill Ayars and Jo Battaglia
man the helium tank.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Chi
Omega take first place with their rep-
lica of the Ezekiel Cullen Building
backed by the University's coat-of-arms.
Radio-TV Guild and
Delta Zeta take the
third place trophy
with their block "I-I."
t Bon ire Blazes
The night before the Homecoming game with Washington State, students congregate to watch the
boniire go up in a final blaze.
Candidates J an McMu1lan, Janelle Sanford,
Dianne Jones and Susan Wood applaud the news
that Rosalie Chiodo, second from left, has been
voted Homecoming Queen. President of the Alum
Association John Toomey makes the announce-
After the bonfire, students load
floats onto trailers for a caravan
to Rice Stadium.
Floats Are Transported to Stadium
Although a police escort is pro-
vided, there are many delays in
the trip from the campus out
O.S.T. to Main Street.
Just so there'l1 be no doubt as to which University is celebrating Horne-
coming, a banner is displayed for the benefit of passing motorists.
The parade halts while floats are disentangled from low-hanging tree branches
Game, Dance, End
John Toomey, Alum Association presi-
dent, and Jim Gregory, president of the
Student Body exchange handshakes as
Homecoming Queen Rosalie Chiodo re-
ceives her bouquet of roses at the game.
Floats are displayed to University fans at the game the Cougars couldrft lose
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.lim Gregory sacrifices for the cause. In an APO-sponsored pie-throwing contest,
J im gets plastered by Marilyn Miller.
Nan Peabody gets in on the fun that makes money for the Religious
Don Barber, right, a member of the
Cougar football team, appears on the
Garry Moore TV show, "I've Got A
Secret." He shared the secret "We
trained for football by studying ballet"
with Barnard Schultz of UT.
Cano Lemoine, SAE, and Don Barton, Sigma Chi, display their plaques for out-
standing participation in Greek Help Week with the assistance of .ludy Pittman
and Sharon Wakefield.
Beverly Dent thinks Campus Romeo John James very deserving of the title. John
won the honor in a campus-wide election.
Greeks Warble for Son est Trophies
The happy winners of the APO-sponsored Greek Songfest are Otto Crenwelge, Sigma Phi Epsilon, third placeg Bobby Linder,
SAE, second placeg Dale Kelly, Sigma Nu, first place in the fraternity division. Sorority division winners are Nancy Nott, Chi
Omega, first place: Jan McMu.l1an, ZTA, second placeg and Eleanor Flynn, A Chi O, APO co-operation cup winner.
Chi Omegas take first place in the sorority division with their rendition of 'Tll
Be Home For Christmas."
'irst place winners in the fraternity division are jubilant Sigma Nus who
rin with "Shenandoah"
Drama Department Presents . . .
. . . ALL MY SONS, Deanna Lamb and Pat
Harrison converse across fence.
. . . DREAM GIRL, Bob Kinsel points out a paragraph of
interest to Ann Lyon.
. . . OF MICE AND MEN, Bill Dooley, Bob West, Roy O'Valle and Ronnie Gural
engage in a hunkhouse poker game.
. . . PETRIFIED FOREST, Cynthia Burke casts a disapproving eye at an elderly
Mrs. Bessie Ebaugh, Dean of Worneng Miss Maud Woods, president of the Houston AAUW chapterg Diane
Doyen, Women's Student Association vice-presidentg and Mrs. R. L. Rowan, Jr., Assistant Dean of.Women
receive the news together.
AA. . .
From a telegram to the Dean
of Women, the University
learns that it has been ap-
proved by the American Asso-
ciation of University Women.
U. of H. women grads are now
eligible for membership in the
Dorms Entertain at Christmas
Santa Claus talks with
youngsters at the Dorm
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order of the day as snow
comes down in flurries.
Camera catches the snow flakes, making some look like large balls of snow
The ground around OB Hall resembles a winter wonderland.
"Miss Houstonian Is . . .
ifop Ten beauties and their escorts are presented at half-time at a U of H basketball game. They are: Jerry Arnold escorting Carin Cone, Tim Brewer,
Sandra Voorhies, Earl Krieger, Virginia Bartlett Cbehind postl, Wiley Feagin, Carolyn Burnett, Ellis Frietag, Eleanor Flynn, Pete Hinojosa, Jackie
Dailey Hinojosa, .lack Becker, Jan McMullan, Darrell Heinrich, Marilyn Miller, Bruce Moore and Diane Vestal.
, Marilyn Millerg'
Escort Darrell Heinrich fastens the diamond heart necklace
given by the HOUSTONIAN for Marilyn.
HOUSTONIAN editor Nancy West congratulates Marilyn Miller upon receiving the title,
ADPi Nita Bolger promenades for sorority
members and guests at Lakeside Country
Sorority girls partake of Panhellenic Luncheon fare in an Easter
Girl Greeks Present Style Show, Luncheon
Luncheon is served buffet-style in the spacious dining room.
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European political circles.
i or Working. . .
Bill Ayars and -Mike Patterson locate
a shady spot for vigorous car polishing.
We Soeialize . . .
Tom Powell, Dolores Hobizal, Sandra Voorhies
and Tim Brewer indulge in a few minutes of
small talk before going their separate ways to
Senate meeting, classes and home.
Scrabble . . .
Sandra McWilliams, Patsy Bolton,
Linda Pledger, Ray Ramer and Jerry
Brewer match wits at the BSU house.
Anal W e
Soccer. . .
Soccer gains popularity on the campus.
Sunday afternoons are spent by many
students in this manner.
Practical Jokes . . .
"But I didn't wear my sanforized swim-
suit." Sandy Pittman is assisted into
the pool by Betty Sue Howard.
Rae Potter, Jerry Evans, Carol Genzer,
and Shirley Kanas perform an experi-
ment in physics concerned with the
speed of failing bodies.
Sometimes We Even, Date. . .
Kathleen Pollak and Pat Kelly plan an evening of relaxation at a local movie.
When We Have
All of us do have to budget our finances, though. Bill
Noles checks his wallet as Kathy Berbexian, Cathy
Young and Ed Kadlecek check the menu.
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' a box of old C-rations in the ROTC office. After a little expert heating, they
N let RO sponsor Judy Tussing sample thc first burnt offering.
l "If the U. S. Army really travels on
its stomach, we're in trouble." C. D.
Cochran joins the party.
Wonft band for K-Rations
Federal Inspection finds the Corps neatly starched. Col. Ralph Alspaugh of the
Fourth Army, chief of the general inspection team, gives members of the band
a thorough going over.
"And at rehearsal tomorrow, we'll try
the high kicks and a few new rou-
"This gun hasn't been fired recently. Better spend a few days at
the armory, private."
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At Final Review, newly com-
missioned officers take the oath.
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Dick Lang of ISA, Jim Hiskey of Campus Crusade for Christ and Wilroy Wornat. of Wesley Foundation
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Easter Pro ram Is "Sign of fonahp'
The play-concerned with the blaming of
all the-world's guilt on first, the average
man and woman, then on God Himself-is
enacted with a cast of eleven. Each of the
players at left, Eddie, Lisa, John, Elaine and
Brifm, gives his .view of why the world is
Seventy Gulf Coast business and industrial concerns participate in the University's Career Day Program. Students Drew Browne
Graham Lantz, Jacqueline Shields and Darryl Fawcett inspect an optometry display set up for Career Day.
Business and Industry ather for Con ference
Amoco's Frank Anderson, center,
explains an exhibit on gas and oil
to Kirby Miller and Otto Crenwelge.
Panhellenie Meets . . . Ideas Are Exehanged
Sorority members share problems and suggest solutions at the annual Panhellenic Workshop. Joyce Logan, DZg Gloria Monk, DZg Meg Gibson,
DGg Gerry Friedman, DGQ Dolores Hobizal, A Chi Og Mrs Curtis Rogers, Chi O advisory Sandra Voorhies, DG: .lenilee Simmons, A Chi O alum
and Sheila O'Sullivan, A Chi O listen closely to an idea advanced by Miss Virginia Odle, DZ alum.
A luncheon in OB Hall climaxes the day's conferences. The smiling group at this table is composed of Kay Gallagher,
A Chi Og Rebecca Harrison, DGg Gerry Friedman, DGg Dorothy Phillips, ZTAg and Pat Rothrum, DZ.
Bike Race Highlights
Delta Sigma Phi's Bob Rothery takes the
lead in the Greek Week hike race.
Marshall Newcomb gets ready to relieve Archie Bennett during a relay race.
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l Miscellaneous Awards, Citations Are Made
Top Ten Outstanding Students announced at Awards Day program are Sandy Schoenfield, Louis Patronella, Nancy West,
Richard Caldwell, Cathy Young, Eugene Cook, Marilyn Miller, Joe Biundo and Rusty Henkhaus. Not pictured, Cecil
Cougar Editor Cathy Young is commended by student body leaders for
'her work in getting the Cougar printed the week of the printing plant
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Abe Lincoln, alias Randy Wands, carries on a
lofty campaign for cheerleader candidate Bob
LeMond. Susan Jenkins utilized a more down-to-
earth policy in her campaign for cheerleader,
ists in Pre-Election Campaign
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junior English majors, cast ballots for their
favorite candidates, election officials Jerry
Evans and Tommie Holub check and stamp ID
Sharon Wakefield hears her name called
as cheerleader for 1960-61 at the first
Awards Day program..
Campus Sees First Awards Da Pro ram
New student body president Sam Goodner, front right, says "I hope I can do the job as
well next year as .lim Gregory, front left, has done this year." Judy Morriss, Joe
Biundo, Louis Patronella and Barbara Henkhaus applaud their agreement.
Women Students Association president Jeanne Hubbard,
right, awards the cup for Coed of the Year to Sandy
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is one sign of spring's arrival.
Elaine Hocott makes a thorough
search for the four-leafed variety.
Spring Induces Strange Impulses
With the coming of warm weather,
water-skiing temporarily takes the place
of study hours in the library. This
couple emerge from Cougar Den with
an afternoon at Lake Houston as their
Le Qiiartier Latin Auctions ""Useful99 Relics
Members of Le Quartier Latin do
a little spring cleaning and
auction off articles that have
been jamming dorm closets for
Hoiistonian Photo rciphers Face Sundry Perils
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John Gehbauer gets assistance from the University maintenance crew in shooting the statue of
Sam Houston that appears in the introductory pages of this book. f
Preston Ivens has a firm grip on Shasta, the cougar mascot
as Roy Arnold focuses his camera. on her glittering teeth.
tiiderit Artists Exhibit Works
Three coeds stop to admire a
display of modern art paintings
at the annual Art Fair.
On exhibit, too, are students performing the chores of their respective
special study areas.
A student working on a ceramic
piece draws the interest of a
family group visiting the campus.
Parties and Formals Highlight Social Calendar
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at their annual White Star formal.
SAE's select an elated Judy Pittman as their sweetheart.
Delta Gammas serenade their dates
at the DG spring formal.
Serenacles, Dancmg, and rchzcl Lezs Are T ypical
Orchid leis make a big hit
with the girls at the Pi
Kappa Alpha formal. Bruce
Moore has the floor at the
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Alpha Delta Pi's utilize a
Mardi-Gras theme for their
big event of the season.
Travelers Three, a singing group,
many campus functions, including
fraternity formals. Often compared
ston Trio, the Travelers Three sing
strumming their own guitars.
to the King-
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Brenda Dietz joins the library throng to soak up some final bits of knowledge
before finals begin.
Finals Approach. . .
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collected as many items as Joe Biundo and Hal Currey.
Ed Kadleeek has his own ideas about what
should be packed for home. He and Barlow
Simmons transport Mary Alice, Sabra, Susan,
Noonie, Bari and Lynda.
Zoe Zendler and Danny Regan decide they can't fight the library
crowds so they study on the library steps.
Westward H0 the MG.
robes are all a part of gradua
Trying on caps and selecting
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On the big day, workmen set up
chairs, electricians install lights and
TV men ready their cameras for the
At rehearsal the day before commencement
graduates applaud the "Speakon"
The Band Begins . . . Pomp and Circumstcmce
'The University's band begins playing as officials
lprepare to start the ceremonies. '
Officials leave Ezekiel W. Cullen Building to begin the procession,
One young miss takes advantage
of the situation . . .
Four Actifvit -Packed Years End
While waiting to begin, seniors
discuss their after-graduation
The television camera watches as faculty
members file to their places.
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Officials lead the way from Ezekiel W. Cullen Building to the commencement scene.
Oveta Culp Hobby, publisher of the
Houston Post, gives the commence-
Newspaper Publisher Speaks to Graduates
4 Graduates listen attentively as Mrs.
1 Hobby speaks to them of the future
and their places in the space age.
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A TRADITION . . . FORMED IN THE DEPTHS
From an idea formed in the depths of the minds of five
students in 1940, there arose a tradition at the University
of Houston. It was called Frontier Fiesta, destined to
become the "Greatest College Show on Earthf,
The first Fiesta was scheduled to make its appearance
on April 244, 1940. Students worked day and night
building, rehearsing, making costumes and contracting
for food and cold drinks to be brought to the campus
for on-lookers to enjoy. Even some of the faculty was
pressed into service. Dr. W. W. Kemmerer, the Uni-
versityis new president-elect helped by assisting in the
building of a dance floor for the Taxi Dance. Work
reached its zenith with only 24- hours till show time.
Then. as has happened many times since, Frontier Fiesta
was plagued with rain. For two days and two nights
the rains came. Fiesta was postponed.
OUT OF THE MUD A DIMINUTIVE ORGANISM APPEARS
A week later, Fiesta played to a crowd of 5,000. The
show ran for three nights.
In 19411, Frontier Fiesta was located at the south end
of the present football field. A beard growing contest
was initiated which called for the winner to receive a
portable radio for his efforts. Eight thousand people
attended the second Frontier Fiesta.
CATACLYSMIC DISTURBANCE HALTS DEVELOPMENT
World War II halted Fiestais progress until 1946. That
year, with male students returning to the campus as war
veterans, a need was felt to bring back the college show.,
A group of aspiring campus politicians ran on a ticket
promising the revival of Fiesta if they were elected to
office. After they won the election, they set about the
difficult task of reviving the Fiesta spirit on a campus
that had quadrupled in enrollment and had few old
timers around who knew anything about Fiesta.
REVIVES AFTER PERIOD OF DORMANCY
The third Fiesta site was the spot now occupied by the
Ezekiel W. Cullen Building, an area which was then a
hard-surfaced parking lot.
An automobile was donated by Earl lVIclVIillian as first
prize in the Beard Growing contest. Hundreds of other
prizes were contributed by local citizens to be given for
city-wide Frontier Fiesta promotion. An estimated
25,000 people visited the show between April 24 and
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For the 194-9 college show, a large plot of ground was
set aside at the northwest side of the Science Building.
Twice as many shows as the previous year satisfied the
appetites of 50,000 people.
In 1950, the number of performances changed from
four nights to five. Students utilized every inch of the
five-acre midway. Construction records were shattered
with every show ahead of schedule by weeks. Objective
of the '50 Fiesta was to raise money to build a swimming
pool for the University. The 55l60,000 pool was opened
in 1955 with 3100,000 of the money contributed by
The governor of Texas, Allan Shivers, signed the official
Frontier Fiesta charter making the frontier town a real
city, Fiesta City. Contests to find the ugliest, reddest,
scrawniest, funniest, and longest beards were added to
the contest to choose the best all around beard in Fiesta
The 1952 listing of shows included the Bayou Queen,
Tombstone Theater, Plugged Nickel, Wells Fargo, Crow's
Nest, Stars and Bars, Golden Nugget, Rock 'N Rye,
French Quarter, Bella Union, Silver Moon Saloon and
the Firehouse Follies. Most of these names have become
legend to the citizens of Fiesta City.
In 1954, a scrawny, mean-looking red-bearded gent
named Yosemite Sam made an appearance on the cover
of the Fiesta program and has appeared on the program,
in ads and promotional pieces concerning Fiesta ever
Inside the pages of the '54 program was an explanation
of the Joe Koppel award presented by the Alumni As-
sociation to the first place show each year. Joe Koppel,
one of Fiesta's founders and the general chairman of
the '41 show, was killed in World War II.
With the 1956 Fiesta appeared new names sponsoring
the Fiesta shows and concessions. Familiar names like
Gan Bey and KDK became Sigma Chi and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon after the local social clubs affiliated with national
fraternities and sororities.
LIFE MAGAZINE photographers attended the 1958
Fiesta, shooting pictures of the shows, the entertainers
and the crowds for their publication. In the May 12,
1958 issue of LIFE, the headline "A Collegiate Celebra-
tion in a F alse-Front Town" introduced a two-page spread
on the 4'Createst College Show on Earthf' By this time,
Fiesta had started running six nights with a maximum
of seven performances each evening.
ORGANISM EXPERIENCES A CRISIS
In 1959, Fiesta -underwent a crisis in its evolution.
Organizations that had been Fiesta's very life blood
decided not to participate. There was talk of replacing
Fiesta with another campus- activity, one that would
require less time and energy. The campus was split.
Many wanted Fiesta to stay, many did not. The result
was that organizations that wished, produced shows.
Fiesta, smaller than usual, was fun, as always, but not
quite the same.
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LIFE IN ABUNDANCE . . . OR TOTAL EXTINCTION?
Fiesta is threatened with extinction.
It is El strong organism. It has weathered trials in the
past. It has an unquenchable spirit and a determined
will to live when it is fed by student enthusiasm.
ORGANISM MUST ADAPT . . . NATURAL SELECTION
With an organism as complex as Frontier Fiesta, prob-
lems are expected to arise in its functioning. Fiesta has
many problems to lick. But, with help, it can lick them
by utilizing the process of natural selection. By adapting
to changing situations, by developing fully the useful
qualities it possesses and discarding the useless, injurious
characteristics, Fiesta can return a mature and permanent
member of the University's world.
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1949 Chairman 1950 Chairman 1951 Chairman 1952 Chairman 1953 Chairman
DON WEBB MARVIN BRISCOE A. J. MONTALBANO RICHARD COSELLI JON CAMPBELL
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simultaneously as opening night draws
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John L. Maida alias "Sweetfeet" was a hit in the 1959 Frontier Fiesta.
Joyce Alford registers a look of astonishment as fellow Bella
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Fiesta Is Pomp, Color
Larry Berthlot and the Chi Omega dancers present a colorful spectacle to Silver Moon patrons
Bob Watson and G. Martin Young became
well known for their Fiesta pantomimes.
Rock 'N Rye's debonaire gents are Dave Hueitt, Bill Cartwright, Gerald Reed and Roger De Brandt.
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They Co-orclinate Religious
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The Religious Groups Council promotes and sponsors
various religious activities and programs on campus in-
y cluding Religious Emphasis Week, and programs for
l Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving.
' New to the campus this year, the fall lecture series fea-
tures outstanding speakers of the nation and area.
Participating in Cougar Christmasland and backing the
Religious Center fund drive are the Council's major proj-
ects this year. To date, the thirteen member organiza-
tions of the Council have 353511000 toward the building
iOFFICERS: Eddie Bond, vice-presidentg Elaine Hocott, secretary-
ltreasurerg Eddie Hillyer, publicity directorg Ray Epps, president.
First Row: Wilroy Wornat, Glen Mans, Robert Fink, Ron Worsharn, Al Robin, Eddie Hillyer, Richard Schultz. Second Row:
Ray Epps, Eleanor Van Valkenburgh, Elaine Hocott, Mary Lee Thompson, Ethelynn Bang, Mary Ann Blythe, Cathy Wahden,
Eva Wells, Lorraine Hiskey, Eleanor Leopold. Third Row: Reverend George Aurieh, Reverend Milton E. Mayer, Reverend
.lames W. Gunn, Glenn W. Cannon, Rowland Brian, W. Tench, Roger Baumgarten, Reverend George N. Thompson, Ronald
A. Kuehnle, Reverend Kilian Downey, O.P., .loseph Laflamme.
Cultural and oeial Activities Are
Part of the Hillel ociety
First Row: Ricia Fox, Miriam Kestenhaum, Rochelle Shiloff, Bobbie Stein, .lody Josephson, Carolyn Simon. Second Row: Dr.
Stanley Seigle, Advisorg William Goldberg, Jerry Evans, Al Robin, Al Siegel, J. G. Weinberger. Third Row: Jack Hammer.
Avi Bobys, Bobbie Friedman, Harriet Boyer, Nathan Catalan. Fourth Row: Harvey Zidell, .lerry Motley, Jerry Lass, Dave
The Hillel Society for Jewish students has religious,
cultural and social activities.
Among their activities are a Homecoming dance, the
UH-Rice sponsored Chanukah Ball and a summer ln-
Philanthropies include contributions to the Universityls
library, the athletic department and the proposed
Religious Center on campus.
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OFFICERS: David DeVido, treasurerg Johanna
Josephson, secretaryg Jerry Lass, presidentg
Miriam Kestenbaum, secretaryg Dr. Stanley
Siegal, sponsorg Al Robin parliamenlariang
Harvey Zidell, vice-president Knot picturerll.
l City-Wide Meetings Are Included in Their Activities
Gamma Deltas congregate at a banquet at the Bluegrass Inn.
Gamma Delta, International Association of
Lutheran College and University Students, meets
Weekly on campus and participates in bi-monthly
city-wide meetings throughout each year.
Prior to Gamma Delta's convention at A 8: M, the
group journeyed to Huntsville for a kick-off meet-
ing. A Christmas dinner and spring farewell
banquet round out the year's activities.
Canterbury Club, .
ervice ls Added to Worship
Wesley Foundation T
Fellowship, service, worship, and
study are key objectives of the
Canterbury Club, an organization of
Episcopal students on campus.
Baskets of food for the needy and
toys are sent to mission churches by ,
the organization at Christmas.
The Club is active in student affairs
and holds monthly parties for its
First Row: Danny Church, Ted Spafford, Thomas Slaughter, Mike McMains, Bert Atkins. Second Row:
Carol Ann Schultze, Patsy Todd, Mary Marshall, Anders Gustav Schjaerve, William Pierce. Third Row:
R. H. Pentz, Carol Woolley, Roderick L. Marques, Nellie M. Goodson. Fourth Row: Reverend Lane Den-
son, Charles H. Schadel, Roland Tench, Anna Knox.
Wesley Foundation The Wesley Foundation, campus organization for
Methodist students, has as regular activities Friday
luncheons, social events and religious conferences.
First Row: Helen Drake, Lucia Clark, Gladys Smith. Second
Row: L. A. Narayank, George Zukero, Gene Smith, Lucille Palmer,
M. P. Shah. Third Row: B. G. Shaw, Nick Sihota, Marie Hewitt,
Ed Hillyer, Frank Holloway, Salim Boushibl, N. J. Dalal. Fourth.
Row: Stuart Hayes, Mervin Miller, George Avent, Mrs. Avent,
New students Evan Henderson, Bobbie Grand, Lucia Clark, Lisa Mc-
Roberts, Charles Berg, Elizabeth Cannon make their first visit to the
Methodist Student Center.
Lutheran Student OHTGTS COUJTLSGI
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The Lutheran Student Association
offers religious activities and counsel
for students on college campuses
throughout the nation.
At the University of Houston, an
officers' training conference is held
in February to help prepare As-
l sociation officers from Gulf Coast
schools for their work.
Weekend retreats form the organiza-
tion's social events.
l Front Row: Travis Meyer, Carroll Shaddock, Derme Patrick, Dorothy Bahn, Eleanor Leopold, Pastor
Milton E. Meyer. Second Row: Joel Franke, Dick Lang, Roger Baumgarten, Bert Riemeuschneider,
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Front Row: Carol Petty, secretaryg Eddie Bo-nd, president. Second Row: Glenn Cannon, Larry
The Christian Youth Club has as its central
purpose the promotion of fellowship among
Church of Christ students on campus. Special
emphasis is given to dormitory students.
Donations to Cougar Christmasland and to
the religious Center fund are the club's proj-
ects this year.
Christian Youth I
N Virgin, Elaine Hocott, program chairmang Joan Fugman, Mrs. Van Valkenhurgh, advisory
' Paul McCormack, Clyde Austin.
Phi Kappa Phi, cholars Earn Membership
Election to Phi Kappa Phi is the highest scholastic
honor that a student at the University can receive.
Object of the organization which is open to stu-
dents and faculty members, is to emphasize
scholarship and character, to foster the purposes
for which institutions of higher learning have been
founded and to stimulate mental achievement.
OFFICERS-at right, Front Row: Helen Baker, student vice-
presidentg Elizabeth Brandon, president-electg Joan Belk, N
treasurer. Second Row: Tom C. Battin, joumal correspondentg '
C. F. McElhinney, past presidentg James A. Tinsley, presidentg 1
Leon F. Graves, secretary.
Richard H. Albitz
John C. Allred
Vilma J. Andreason
Sara A. Aull
Tom C. Battin
A. D. Bruce
L. T. Callicutt
David Dean, Jr.
T. N. Hatfield
Carlos K. Hayden
C. F. McElhinney
I. E. McNeill
C. B. Ransom
Clanton W. William
George E. Young
PM Them Kappa cholars Publish Director
Phi Theta Kappa, honor society for freshmen
and sophomore students at the University,
publishes the student directory, and holds
'all and spring initiation banquets.
This year the University's chapter, Zeta Beta,
joined the 180 other chapters from junior
colleges across the nation in celebrating the
30th anniversary of Phi Theta Kappa as a
Twelve delegates from the organization at-
tended the 1960 national convention in San
lAntonio in April.
l High scholarship and integrity are the primary aims of Pl1.i Theta Kappa
First Row: Mrs. Jean Rosa, sponsorg Wanda Swanson, alumni contact officerg Ann Dovvdy, national seeretary. Second
Row: Thomas Jay, local secretaryg Barlow Simmons, presidentg Daniel Hrna, vice-presidentg Mike ONe11l, student
Omicmn Delta Kappa ODK Stresses Leadership
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OFFICERS: Louis Patronella, vice-president, Gerard Wagner, secre-
tary-treasurerg Dr. James R. Jensen, sponsor, Richard Caldwell, presi-
MEMBERS-First Row: Dr. Allen Going, Dr. Patrick
Welch, Dr. T. C. Sinclair, Tom Vanzant. Second Row:
Dr. Harold C. Love, William E. Farrar, Richard H.
Caldwell, Joe Biundo. Third Row: Jim Boyd, Dr. Howard
C. Nudd, Dr. Bancroft Henderson, Ronald S. McKee.
Fourth Row: .l. E. Williamson, Sam Goodner, Charles D.
Roxburgh, Louis Patronella. Fifth Row: James R. Jensen,
Gerard Wagner, Ross Strader, Radoslav A. Tsanoff.
Omicron Delta Kappa is a national fraternity for
men. The organization stresses leadership.
Leaders in sports, journalism, speech, music,
drama, and student activities are recognized
through this organization.
It is composed of students and faculty members
who have excelled in all phases of leadership in
The University of Houston chapter, organized this
year, will in the future, sponsor projects and pro-
vide contact between the faculty and student bodies.
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President of Student Body, JIM GREGORY.
Student Government Members
Student Government draws its members from all
campus organizations and from them elects officers
once each year. It processes all bills and resolutions
concerning student travels, expenditures and con-
To encourage participation in student affairs,
Student Government sponsors the annual Home-
coming Dance, Cougar Christmasland, the Spring
Formal, Freshman Orientation and Career Con-
Providing members with practical political ex-
perience, Student Government offers opportunities
for insight into all phases of voting methods,
parliamentary procedure, judicial know-how and
Our constitutional campus government operates
identically to the national governing branches, on a
set budget, guided by a cabinet of faculty advisors
and governed expressly for and by the students.
JERRY RIX, Most Outstanding Senate Memberg
JIM BOYD, Most Outstanding House Member.
Lead Campus Activities
JACK BECKER, Student Body Treasurer
Student Body Secretary.
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CARMEN STALLINGS, Outstanding Fresh-
man in Student Government.
TERRY THOMPSON, Outstanding Committee- JIM GREGORY, Most Outstanding Student
mari- Government member.
Senate Members Govern Budget
The Student Senate, the smaller of the bicameral
system of student government, is composed of one
representative from each class and one representa-
tive from each college.
The proration of the budget for student govern-
ment and approval powers for new campus or-
ganizations are among the powers of that body.
Dr. T. C. Sinclair is sponsor of the Senate.
J OE BIUNDO, President.
TOM POWELL, Secretary.
MEMBERS-Seated: Delores Hobizal, Norman Jones, Joe Biundo,. Glenn Cooksey, Sandra Pittman.
Standing: Louis Patronella, Tom Powell, Eugene Cook, Jerry R1x, Jun Knox, Doug Rowell.
Bills Originate in House
The University's House of Representatives is com-
posed of representatives from each recognized or-
ganization on campus. During Monday night meet-
ings, the House processes bills and motions brought
before them. That is the point of origin for most
of the legislation that is brought before student
Dr. Bancroft C. Henderson, House sponsor, de-
livered his end-of-the-year speech on May 12. He
commended the House for their performance
throughout the year and urged old members to
continue participation in its activities.
Streamlining, organizational budget approximation
and a student welfare committee were three of Dr.
OFFICERS Eddie Bond, clerk, Joan Piper, secretaryg Richard ,
Caldwell speaker Jerry Blaylock, parliamentarian. Henderson s ho-pes for future plans for the House.
MEMBERS-First Row: Thomas Collins, Katherine Tarylor, Kay Wright, Jim Boyd, Terry Thompson, Eddie Bond,
Wanda Kay Barber, Helen Sue Reed. Second Row: George B. Everett, Marc Grossberg, Russel Stanley, Sonny Moore,
Logan Wood, ,Tommie Holub, Harry Nowakowski, Jane Buchanan, Loyal White. Third Row: Nancy Lee Porter,
Lewis Overton, Rosilyn Hoffman, Carolyn Langford, Harriet Waldvogel, Bill Molinare, Ernest Omega Robert, Mickey
Rembert, Jerry Blaylock, Judy Goodrich. Fourth Row: Preston Ivens, Elaine Hocott,- Carolyn Easley, John Scott
Ferugson, Herbert Hu.ls, Henry lVLiLa.m, Allan M. Robin, Kay McKee, Denny Bowman, Judy Morriss, Nancy Coffman,
Ruby Echazarreta. Fifth Row: Hainds Laird, Larry Conklin, Shawn Murphy, Mary Ann Merritt, Kenneth W. Wil-
liams, Diane Van Eaton, Sue Johnson, Brenda Dietz, John E. Bork, Spencer Youell, Jack Gregory, Nancy Robert-
son, John McCa.skill. Sixth Row: Jamw W. Cole, Howard S. Berg, Miki Davis, 'Ben Hood, Jerry Reck, Wayne
Dittloff, Marcia Crockett, Duane Cnim, Virgil Hatton, Walter E. Welch, Sandy Schoenfield, Randy Pennington,
Anders Gustav Schjaerve, Wilroy Wornat. Seventh Row: Sonny Ashley, Barlow Simmons, Paul Norwood, Bill Beakley,
gliomisdagnarradine, .lan J. Shook, Charles Anselmo, Mike O'Neill, Sam Wood, Mary Alice Gilley, .lane Alexander,
l The Supreme Court Mediutes
MEMBERS: Jack Stark, Jim Kelly, Gus Meriweather, Chief Justiceg Ben Endlich, Kathy Taylor, Jim Knox.
C. F. KENDALL, Attorney General.
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The Supreme Court, composed of five justices
and one attorney general, settles disputes that arise
among various student organizations.
Future plans for the court may include the power
to serve as a regulatory body for students. lt will,
if the plans go into effect, serve as an honor coun-
cil and a liaison between the student body and the
Members of the Supreme Court are appointed by
the president of the Senate, the speaker of the
House, and the president of the student body.
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tion of the football game flash cards.
OFFICERSE Archie Bennett, treasurerg Nancy West, secretaryg Earl
The University's Pep Club is the core of the
schoolls spirit. Among its duties are the sponsor-
ship and co-ordination of the flashcard section at
football games, the conducting of pep rallies and
posting of signs and banners and the sponsorship
of the Torch Light Dance.
The Pep Club also hosts visiting teams, bands and
Alpha Phi Omega.
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Service to campus, community and nation is the
motto of Alpha Phi Omega.
Service to the campus includes transporting
Shasta, the University mascot, to all athletic ac-
tivities and special events. The APO's also sponsor
songfest, Cougar Christmasland, the sale of foot-
ball programs, the annual Spring Formal and a
Founder's Day Banquet. This year the organiza-
J oe Euresti
Jerry N. Arnold
Gene R. Austin
Service Is the Watchworcl
tion held the Ugly Man Contest to raise money for
the proposed Religious Center.
Service to the community is shown by the APO's
through their annual St. Anthony's Old Folks
Thanksgiving Dinner and the APO Loan Fund.
All activities are co-ordinated through Student
James E. Hempel
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Jack Dawson makes sure everyone is working at the car wash. Hard at work are
Pat Palmer, Marie Pingenot, James Hernpel, Ginny Davies, Tommie Holub.
Care of Shasta is one of the .duties of APO. Pictured are
Richard Lassetter, Robert Green, Stanley Brown, Gordon Murray
Memberg of APO are Larry Edwards, Gordon Murray, Jerry Evans, John Mock, Robert Green, Jerry Arnold, Don Siems, Dave Harvely, Bill Noles,
Preston Ivens, Richard Lassetter, Gerald Grim, Benny Guynes, Bob Holl, Ed Hillyer, George Zukero, Jay Sloan.
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Cougar Guard is an organization dedi-
cated to the care of the University's
Volunteers from Alpha Phi Omega
iservice fraternity serve on the Guard.
Their duties include the transporting of
Shasta to all pep rallies, home football
games, school functions and many out-of-
town football games.
Through and with the aid of Student
Government, the organization will pur-
chase a new cage for Shasta in the near
"As much as I hate to admit it, I'm going to have
to start watching those lines around my eyes."
Captain of the Guard Preston
I Ivens poses with his charge.
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First Row: Gordon Murray, Richard Lassetter, Preston Ivens. Second Row: Robert Green, Stanley
Brown, John Ferguson, Jerry Arnold.
"I'm not being catty about this, darn it, but
enough is enough. Get your blasted paws off
Dorm Council Governs
MEMBERS-Seated: Sandra Pittman Ruby Echazarreta, Susan Wood, Carolyn Langford. Standing: Diane
Vestal, Carol Tempero, Miss Cone, Nell Dowdy, Emily Aiken, Ann Tynan, Joan Piper, Mrs. Rubie W.
Weaver, Denise Boudreaux.
OFFICERS: Sandra Pittman, vice-president, Susan Wood, presidentg Ruby Echazarreta,
secretary-treasurerg Carolyn Langford, social chairman.
The Women's Dorm Council Governs Law
Hall. The organization co-ordinates and
sponsors intradorm social functions and
counseling of residents.
The Council sponsors an annual Christmas
party for underprivileged children and an
open house for friends and parents during
Band I l
OFFICERS: Farrell Morris, vice-presidentg Tommie Holub, secretaryg
Will Reavis, presidentg Rosilyn Hoffman, representativeg Lewis Over-
Activities Are Bandgs Key Note
The University of Houston Band-ready to play.
COUGAR TWIRLERS: Mary Ann Maresh, Linda Restivo, Ellen Simmons,
Billie Schneider, Gerry Burmeister, Marilyn Holub,'
Q Dr. Merrills Lewis presents to Farrell Morris the outstanding
musician's award and the Billye Matthews Memorial Award.
The University of Houston Band-in concert.
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Andy, Jan, Darrell, Marilyn, Ralph and Judy are the chief boosters of the Cougar eleven.
Judy is having a little difficulty seeing over the
players on the bench, so Ralph plays Prince
.lan threatens the "nasty old Aggies" with her clenched fist
Games, Rallies if
Head cheerleader Darrell Heinrich
demonstrates a new routine for
Judy, Ralph and Marilyn enjoy a little clowning with their new crazy hats.
Marilyn displays her enthusiasm
at a pep rally in Kitten Alley.
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ROBERT FORSHAW, Fall Editor.
On March 22, at 1:37 a.m., a fire broke out in the Univer-
sityis printing plant and consumed the building and much of
Without the printing plant facilities, the Cougar staff was
faced with the possibility of missing an issue, but the Houston
R Chronicle offered to print the first issue following the fire.
The University House of Representatives passed a resolution
icornmending Editor Cathy Young for publishing the paper
under such adverse conditions.
The Cougar, under the fall editorship of Robert Forshaw,
won an All-American rating, and a Medalist award from
Columbia University. Bo-th awards are the highest given by
l the two top rating services.
The reporting staff of the Cougar includes Ken Carr, Judy
Lewis, Birtie Maughmer, Bill Holt, Mel Anderson, Roxie
l Chamberlain, Sonny Ashley, Tom Powell, Doug Uzzell, Jim
ifiunnels, John Williams, Meredith Trube, Don Alderman,
Stan Slaten, Eddie Black, Millie Duelberg, Tony Haber, Ruth
Long, Beverly Dent, Gordon Fales, and Stuart Hayes.
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They Cover Campus News
Day and Night
A college newspaper is the eyes and ears of the
campus. Nowhere else can a student get full coverage
of all the activities that are going on around him.
The reason for this is because much of the news that
would interest a student would not be of interest to
the general public. Therefore, it is not used in daily
The duty of the editor and the staff of the Cougar is
to give students of the University this information.
During 1959-60, more pictures, through the efforts
of members of Kappa Alpha Mu, national photo-
journalism fraternity, allowed the campus population
to see itself through the eyes of the camera.
The paper attempted to stimulate student interest
through the "Can You Identify?" picture contest.
CATHYYOUNC, Spring Editor.
News, Sports and Art Staffs Help
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EDWENE GAINES, Assistant Editor.
DON HOWELL, Sports Editor
HARRIS MILAM, Staff Artist, and KEN CARR, Feature Writer.
Advertising Managers Prepare Cougar Ads
JOHN WATTS, Fall Advertising Manager.
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STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS-from left
First Row: Stuart Hayes, Mike Weingart
Ray Blackstone. Second Row: Neal Shull
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Presenting a pictorial scrapbook of the collegiate
year, the 1960 Houstonian completed its final dead-
line in J une.
The staff of the yearbook work throughout the
year to complete a vivid overall picture of college
life-from studies to sports to social life.
Two campus-wide events sponsored by the
Houstonian are the Vanity Fair Beauty Contest, to
select the ten most beautiful girls, and the Out-
standing Students Contest, to name the ten most
outstanding men and women at the University.
Under the editorship of Nancy West, now ending
her second consecutive year as Houstonian chief,
the 1959 Houstonian received two high awards-
a Medalist rating from Columbia University and
an "A" rating from the National School Yearbook
Above it all is Nancy West, Houstonian Editor. Perched upon a
decade of annuals, Nancy undoubtedly is contemplating drastlc
action for those who foul up deadlines.
You can't hold a light to Gehbauer. As an Associate Editor, John often works
late into the night-you've never seen such a wax-stained desk!
Even Associate Editor Millie Duelberg finds time to engage 1n a
friendly poker game with constant companion, Condormania
Credit for the original 1960 Houstonian cover should be H
given to Bill Holt, cover artist.
Aleene Rednick, Advertising Manager, scans the city map for likely advertisers.
Pictorial History From
Copy Editors Eddie Bond and Meredith Trube check the files.
Sandra Gardner and Faye Beth Elliott, Index Editors, catalog each
page of the 1960 yearbook.
Enrollment to Graduation
Kathy Younger, Organization Editor, smiles with satisfaction
she puts the finishing touches to her section.
Conferring over last year's annual are faculty members Bill
Ross, Business Advisor, and Ross Strader. Editorial Advisor,
of the Houstonian.
The flashing of strobes is common to these five. Houstonian photographers are Mike
Weingart, Don Calvert, Neil Shull, Ray Blackstone and Stu Hayes.
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Writers Produce Magazines
The Harvest and Le Bayou are the literary maga-
zines of the University. The Harvest is nationally
known for its display of literature and art, while
Le Bayou contains literary criticisms, prose and
poetry written by well-known personalities, many
of whom have gained recognition as authors.
The central ur ose of the Harvest is to encoura e
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Mrs. Elna White, essay winnerg John Bigby, fiction winnerg Mrs. Avis Ross,
fFirst Row, Seated: Harvest staffers Buzz Black, editorg Gaye Adams, cover design.
editor-in-chiefg Nelda Younger, associate editor. Second Row: Noel
Tolsky, art editorg Bob LeMond, associate editorg Shelia O'Su.l1ivan,
X assistant editorg Buddy Mitelman, art editor.
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DR. ELIZABETH BRANDON, Staff.
FRANCOISE HARROD, Secretary.
DR. JULIETTE DECREUS, Editor.
ROTC Trains Men
First Raw: Cochran, Heallen, Ramer, Charrin, Stephenson, Fiene, Allers, Spriggs, Dohay
Capt. S. Gardner-Company CO. Second Row: Blaylock, Hubbs, Osborne, Noxon, Hobart
Conlon, Wimberly, Duncan. T liird Row: Groke, Fogle, White, Oswene, Peterson, Strong:
Cull, Angst. Fourth Row: lst. Lt. Kallina-Exec. Officer, Alanis, Rivera, Burrer, Heinrich,
The leadership training acquired in Army Offi-
cers' Training will closely correspond to execu- gi
tive ability called for by employment personnel fi
in civilian life.
This training offers students an understanding
of human behavior, together with proven meth-
ods for motivating employees, indoctrination in
the techniques of leadership, in the practices
and devices which tend to make a leader ef-
fective, and last, it offers students the oppor-
tunity to apply the principles of leadership to
More than 127,000 students from 24-9 institu-
tions of higher learning over the nation are
currently enrolled in the ROTC program.
Reserve Officers S
As members of the Army Reserve Officers
Training Corps, students combine their regular
academic activities with a military course of
ROTC aims are to develop officers in sufficient
quantity to provide a corps of well-educated,
well-rounded leaders. Such leaders must be
capable of adjusting to an Army organization
that would have to expand with lightning speed
in a national emergency.
With this end in mind, the Army ROTC has been
designed to develop the qualities of leadership
in college-trained men.
Upon graduation an ROTC student receives the
training necessary to equip him for command
responsibilities in the active Army or the Army
First Row: Black, Johnson, Yaw, Fritsche, Kubin-Guide on Bearer, Ristau, Garrett, Lobo-
jacky, Luna, lst Lt. A. Ulrich-Exec. Officer, Capt. C. F. Schneider-Co. Commander. Second
Row: Gibbs, Nolan, Cleveland, Leonard, Daniels, Moreno, Leal, Conklin, Jennings, Blackstone.
glhird Row: Mandell, Leslie, Bork, Smith, Pruitt, Williams, Weatherspoon, Hoffman, Kluppel,
First Row: Dutton-Cuideon Bearer, Arnim, Ayles, Peltier, Halton, Limon, Barrow, Carpio, Capt. M. W. Bates
-Company CO. Second Row: Cress, Spencer, Draughn, Johnson, Garring, Young, Goodwin, Marquess. Third
Row: Wynhoff, Pounds, Lunsford, Lobit, Scales, Harris, Lewis, Robbins, Simms. Fourth Row: Godkin, Scott,
McMahon, Van Norman, Howard, lst Lt. Pavey-Exec. Officer.
First Row: Mills, Shelby, Finnegan, Wors-ham, Hrna, Elliot. Second Row: Bibbleson, Fisk, Perry, Overton
Nicholas, Capt. Freitag-Commander, Cravey, Gallomore, Belin, Asher. Third Row: Golden, Greene, Coward
Battle Group taff
First Row: M. L. Ready--Cadet Col., Battle Group Commander. Second Row: B. Davis-Cadet Lt. Col., Deputy B. G.
Co.3 W. C. Clark-Cadet Lt. Col., B. G. Exec. Officer. Third Row: W. T. Downs-Cadet Major, B. G. Adjutantg H. C.
Heldenfels-Cadet Capt., B. C. Operations and Training Officers. Fourth Row: I. Anderson-Cadet Capt., Provisional
gfiogs Commanderg R. W. Harlan-Cadet Capt., B. G. Athletics and Recreation Officer. Fifth Row: J. Becker-B. G.
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Provisional Officers Platoon
First Row: Simon, Shyrock, Hill, Anderson-Com-
marrder, Lindsay, MCSl18.H, Smith. Second Row:
Collins, Randall, Thomas, Riha, Dimmick, Burrows
fhlgd Row: Johnson, Astrich, Youell, Gretzer, Cross:
ROTC sponsors for 1960 are: Honorary Cadet Col. Judy Tussing, Battle Groupg Honorary Cadet Capt. Pat Rothrum, Company
"Ang Honorary Cadet Capt. Susan Jenkins, Company "Cf'g Honorary Cadet Capt. Sally Day, Bandg Honorary Cadet Capt. Sharon
Wakefield, Company "B"
This coed, uncertain of all that being a sponsor
entails, answers final-round interrogation.
Protecting university halls
of learning is only one of
the ROTC Color Guard's
MEMBERS: Harlan, Aldrich,
Boykin, Hoffman, Haisler.
.lim Greene, Charles Gordy, and Ellis Freitag check out
objectives prior to leading the New Orleans Mardi Gras
Scabbard and Blade
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Scabbard and Blade is the organization of out-
standing student leaders in the military. Members
are chosen from the ranks of officers of the Re-
serve Officers' Training Corps at the University.
The organization sponsors an annual High School
Drill Competition and participates in the National
Pistol and Rifle matches.
Social events include the lVlilita1'y and Scabhard
and Blade Ball.
They Lead the Military
OFFICERS: Robert Wynhoff, treasurerg Milton Ready, secretaryg Thomas
Johnson, executive officer.
MEMBERS-Front Row: David Heallen, Milton Ready, C. R. Lindsay, Wallace Howard, James Thomas, Bill Downs,
Floyd Johnson, Ronald Smith, John Anderson. Second Row: Darrell Heinrich, Darol Dimmick, Bland B. Davis, Eugene B.
Pavey, Ellis J. Freitag, Fred F. Groke, Charles Gordy, Thomas Johnson, Ken Burrows, Bob Wynhoff, Don Gretzer.
Co-orclinates Activities, pp
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Panhellenic is an organization composed
of representatives from the sororities on
campus. The purpose of the organization
is to establish and mainta-in high academic
and social standards for the sororities.
Activities include the Panhellenic pledge
line, workshop, luncheon, and style show.
Panhellenic also co-ordinates rush activi-
OFFICERS-Front Row: Sharon Sullivan, vice-presidentg Pamela Williams, president: Sheila
0'Sullivan, recording secretary. Second Row: Kay Kellough, asst. treasurer, Eleanor Bales,
parliamentariang Elaine Hocott, asst. recording secretaryg Linda .lo Lee, corresponding secre-
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Front Row: Barbara Henkhaus, Delta Zetag Eleanor Bales, Alpha Phig Sheila
O'Sullivan, Alpha Chi Omegag Nita Bolger, Alpha Delta Pig Kay Kellough,
Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: .lo Wondrak, Delta Zeta, Denise Boudreaux, Zeta
Tau Alphag .leane Hubbard, Zeta Tau Alphag Pamela Williams, Chi Omegag
Betty Hodell, Chi Omegag Valerie Daunoy, Chi Omegag Linda .lo Lee, Phi Mug
Alice Cruse, Phi Mu.
Front Row: Mrs. Clanton W. Williams, Dr. Mary Clay Williams,
Guest Speakerg Sharon Sullivan, Dean Bessie Ehaugh. Second
Row: Mrs. Lillian Rowan, Dianne Jones.
Pledges are formally
presented at the
Alpha Chi Allegro Ball.
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Shella 0 Sulllvan
NANCY GOODRICH, treasurer
JACKIE DAILEY, recording secretary
GAYE ADAMS, scholarship chairman '
A game of cards
in between classes
DOLORES HOBIZAL, president
ROSALIE CHIODO, vice-president
NELDA YOUNGER, vice-president
PAT DAY, rush captain
Alpha Chis find that sport cars are fine, but you can't transport a whole
sorority in one.
Activities . . .
First Place . . .
Trophy . . .
Alpha Chi Allegro.
Houston Club . . .
Members . . .
Harvest Editor . . .
Student Senate . . .
Alpha Delta Pis entertain their national president, Miss Maxine Blake, at the Sage-
wood Country Club.
Lei Lani Jones
Mary Ann Merritt
MARY HERMAN, president
SHAWN MURPHY, pledge trainer
ERIN PARKER, secretary
NANCY KILPATRICK, treasurer
VIRGINIA BACARISSE, parliamentarian
A four-legged friend crashes sorority meeting. Friend makes self at home, completely disrupting
Alpha Delta Pis decide
that parties are fun,
but cleaning up after-
Activities . . .
Second Place . . .
F ounderis Day
Banquet . . .
Spring Formal . . .
Members . . .
ment . . .
Finalist . . .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sweetheart . . .
Leis, sarougs and hula skirts lend atmosphere to Alpha Phi's Hawaiian rush party.
Study for classes? Never! Claire Underwood and partner Eleanor Bales play Canasta against Carol Ann
Schutze and Alice Gilbreath as Carol Ann Woolley looks on.
CLAIRE UNDERWOOD, president
L., X' 'Lf-.f'Ug':,
CHARLOTTE MAYHALL, vice-president
PAULA WILEY, treasurer
CAROL SCHUTZE, historian
Carol Ann Woolley
Activities . . .
Ivy Ball . . .
Cardiac Aid .
Delta Sigma Phis
trophy from Jerry
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Diane Van Eaton
MARILYN MILLER president
PAMELA WILLIAMS VICC presldent
LUCRETIA ALEXANDER 16COI'd1!lD secletary
DIANE DOYEN correspondmo secietary
CATHY YOUNG treasurer
Chi Omegas invade the SAE house for a costume party.
Miss HOUSTON IAN
ROTC Sponsor . . .
ROTC Lt. Col ....
COUGAR Editor . .
Sigma Chi Sweet-
heart . . .
President . . .
ROTC Sponsor . . .
Representative . . .
Becky F endley
Mary Ann Maresh
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D. G. pledges dash to the edge of the
pool to launch their boats in a race
of sisterly competition.
DIANNE JONES, president
CAROL HUDSON, vice-president
PATRICIA VOIGHT, vice-president
SANDRA PITTMAN, corresponding secretary
ANN DOWDY, treasurer
Delta Gamma pledges and actives have a get-together before initiation.
Activities . . .
Formal . . .
Songfest . .
Members . . .
Secretary . . .
Veep . . .
Finalist . . .
ROTC Sponsor . .
Beauty . . .
Beauty . . .
Jo Agnes Battaglia
Gay Lynn Hewitt
Toni Rae Mensing
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f, i s
Laura "Kitty" Taylor
Merrie Ann Valles
Mary Jo Wondrak
JANELL MILLING, president
KATHLEEN POLLAK, pledge trainer
ELAINE HOCOTT, rush captain
JOYCE LOGAN, recording secretary
BARBARA FERGUSON, treasurer
Kitty Taylor Shlrley
Br1d1er and Elaine
latest addltlon to the
Delta Zeta trophy
DZ sisters look on in mock horror as Rusty prepares to separate Gay Lynn from a left arm that is sorely
needed during float preparations for Homecoming.
Founder s Dav
Edltor . .
Gamma Alpha Chi
Presldent . . .
Alpha Phi Ome
Sweetheart . . .
Lambda Chi Alpha
Sweetheart . .
Sweetheart . . .
ROTC Sponsor .
Vi Activities . . .
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Hocott admire the Tfophl' - ' -
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Dora Ristau, Helen
Shenton and Peggy
Sterling play three-
handed ping-pong at
the Phi Mu lodge.
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DORA RISTAU, president
PEGGY STERLING, vice-president
ANN REED, parliamentarian
HELEN SHENTON, treasurer 11:
Phi Mus gather around the fireplace to do a little reminiscing over scrapbooks.
ongfest . . .
Derby Day . . .
Intramurals . . .
Enchantress Ball .
land . . .
Member . . .
Favorite . . .
To prove their domesticity, Zetas cook up a breakfast con-
sisting of coffee.
Mary Alice Gilley
J an McMullan
,SANDY SCHOENFIELD, president
BRENDA BUSCH, vice-president
MAURICE MCGLOTHLIN, historian
ANN STAPLES, parliamentarian rt'
Zeta Tau Alphas do a little concentrated rushing at fall rush parties.
Activities . . .
Second Place . . .
First Place . . .
Greek Help Week . .
Members . . .
W,omen's Dorm Coun
cil President . . .
SAE Sweetheart . . .
Best Dressed Coed . .
WSA President . . .
Secretary . . .
Representative . .
IFC Gofuerns F rats
MEMBERS-Kneeling: Tom Carl, KA, Bill Wyatt, KAg Mickey Rembert, Sigma Chig Denny Bowman, SAE. Standing First
Row: Clay Moore, Sig Epg Barlow Simmons, Phi Kappag Maury Corp, Sig EPS Jerry Blaylock, Delta Sigg Bill Lipscomb, Sigma
I Nug Bruce Biundo, Phi Kappa. Second Row: Sam Goodner, Sigma Nug Nomran Jones, Sigma Nug Rip Rogers, 'I'KEg Bill Mc
l Stravick, Phi Kappag Ben Britt, Delta Sigg John Becker, SAE: John A. Wenck, Delta Chi.
1 Taking notes and listening during IFC meeting are Sig Eps Maury
l Corp and Clay Moore.
lnterfraternity Council brings representatives of
the 12 campus fraternities together to plan and
govern the activities of each member group. It
carries forward the fundamental purpose of educa-
tion, adding a fraternal influence for individual
development and correct living.
Each year IFC gives a trophy to the fraternity with
the highest scholarship. The Council sponsors
Greek Help Week, Greek Week and the Greek Week
With L. S. "Chief" Mitchell as sponsor, IFC co-
ordinates fraternity rush and intramurals. It also
promotes all Greek activities.
OFFICERS: Jerry Blaylock, Delta Sig, wardeng Bill Mc-
Stravick, Phi Kappa, vice-presidentg Sam Gooclner, Sigma
Nu, presidentg Spencer Youell, Phi Epsilon Pi, treasurer.
IFC president Sam Goodner, Sigma Nu, presides
at a meeting, while Jack Becker, SAE, listens at-
tentively and Bill McStravick, Phi Kappa, scans
CODE AND ETHICS COMMITTEE: Ben Britt, Delta Sigg Chairman Bill Mc-
Stravick, Phi Kappag John Wenck, Delta Chig Bill Wyatt, Kappa Alphag Bill
Lipscomb, Sigma Nug Doug Petitt, PiKA.
C. L. Gordy
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The party goes outside the house as these Delta
Chis and dates take a turn around the patio.
JOHN WENCK, president
WAYDE SMITH, secretary
JOHN LUKER, treasurer
John Luker, John Wright and Ray Price take time out from their host duties at the Delta Chi House Party to re-
fresh with dates Carole Heemer, Barbara Duncan, Marianne Platte and Sweetheart Lawrence.
Activities . . .
Ball . . .
Ball . . .
Members . . .
President . . .
Student . . .
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A zoot slut with drape shape
and a reet pleat i
order at Delta SIQS, "Roaring Twenties Party."
R. B. Levisay
L. D. HANCOCK
Delta Sigs present their Sweetheart, Linda Powell, with a bouquet of carnations at
the annual Delta Sigma Phi Carnation Ball.
Chemise, Empire, or whatever-the look's the same to Delta Sigs and dates. They're sacky and tacky at the fall Sack
Carnation Ball . . .
Sailor's Ball .
House . . .
Members . . .
President . . .
House . . .
OB Hall Board
President . . .
President . . .
Scabbard and Blade
President . . .
Representative . . .
IFC, Warden . .
Senator . . .
Vice-President . . .
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EARL KRIEGER, vice-president
BOB MURPHY, treasurer
JOHN STOVENSKI, secretary
CHARLES CUCCHIARA, historian
JACK CHARRIN, parliamentarian
Tex Hazim Alsheikh
Dick Kirtley A
Sandy . Truxillo
Ph1 Kaps as members and their dates apprecxate the good servlce glven them by pledges at the1r 1n
formal dmner partles
One of t e singing-est groups on campus P111 Kappa Thetas gather at the pxano for a lxttle barbershop har
Ph1 Theta Kappa
J oe B1undo,
Activities . . .
Spring Formal . . .
N New Year"s Ball
IRVIN BERGER, secretary
DON BARNETT, treasurer
Paddler Bruce Baughmann and Michael Johnson review the "Quarterly," Phi Ep Pi publication
with the aid of David Silverman, Jerzy Lerman, Danny Fromer and Harvey Lieberman.
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L. J. Castellanos
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and their dates don the
costumes of foreign countries
. it's party time.
Not famous for turning
their backs on food,
KA's go at it in a big
way out on their patio.
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JOHN ALBRIGHT, DON WILLSON, JAN NORRIS, JIM WHITE,
parliamentarian historian secretary treasurer ,
Activities . . .
Old South Ball
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Smiling and posed are members of Pi Kappa Alpha. Front Row: Fred Smith, advisor, James Kleiner, secretary, Bruce Moore, president, Stuart Van
Eman, treasurer, Ronnie Cribbs, house manager, Phil Hester, chaplain. Second Row: J. W. Wood, Linn Van Norman, Gary Belin, Howard Reynolds, Al
Whittington, Marshall Newcomb, Richard Sewell, Larry Newbern. Back Row: Ben Tabor, Jim Rattz, Bill Bricken, Archie Bennett, Maurice Williams,
and Don Reese.
Cocktails for two-or a score! This is the social
movement preceding the Pike's Dream Girl formal.
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JACK BECKER treasurer
SAM EPPERSON historian
DAN CHRISTOPHER, parliamentarian
GANO D. LEMOINE, JR., president
T. K. JONES, v1ce president
DON MCCLURE, secretary
Activities . . .
Spring Formal .
First Place . . .
Greek Help Week
Tied First Place
Second Place . .
land . . .
Members . . .
Secretary . .
Golf Team . . .
Varsity . . .
Treasurer . . .
Cheerleader . . .
HARVEY WHEELER historian
LAURIE DANIELS treasurer
John A. -James
O. J. Ashley
John E. Whalen
Activities . .
Formal . .
Derby Day . .
Costume Party .
Members . .
President . .
Citation . . .
"ML Ugly" . . .
Treasurer . . .
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Eddie Gough .
J ack Gregory
C. F. Kendall
J im Knox
Sigma Nus cut a mean rug as they do S1 do around
the house at one of their many parties
James N. White
NORMAN JONES, ,
THOMAS VANZANT, '
ANDY HENDERSON, 5 H H
SAM GOODNER, president
Members of Sigma Nu proudly display their badge of honor at the White Rose Ball.
Activities . . .
Playboy Formal .
White Rose Ball .
Members . .
President . . .
Cheerleader . .
President . . .
Tom Van Zant,
Norman J ones,
President . . .
Cheerleader . .
OTTO CRENWELGE, president
JERRY BENNETT, vice-president
JAMES WESLEY, treasurer
CARLTON STORY, historian
Richard C. Lassetter
L. W. Walters
Group singing winds up a successful
party with the Alpha Chis.
By saving empty cigarette packages, the Sig Eps won'a stereo set. Pictured are: Iris White, Harriette Stevens, Claude
Langston, Jr., Joe Fratolill, Charles Cundiff, Archie Bennett, Jr., Otto Crenwelge, Wayne Bourquardez, and Steve Black.
Activities . . .
Queen of Hearts
Ball . . .
Members . . .
President . . .
President . . .
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Tekes and dates find hours of enjoyment when they get together for their various social functions.
CHARLES ROGERS, president
'EDWARD THORNTON, treasurer 1
5 Patrick Harrison
Informal get-togethers help stimulate social functions at TKE.
Activities . . .
Ball . . .
Members . . .
Red Masque Players
President . . .
I I They Co-ordinate Engineering
OFFICERS: Ken Fischer, secretary-treasurerg Larry Shumway, presidentg Charles Roxburgh,
The University of Houston Society of En-
gineers has as its central purpose the co-
ordination of engineering activity among
An organization composed of the six pre-
professional engineering groups on campus,
the Society is dedicated to the promotion of
professional development of student members
and the stimulation of interest and participa-
tion in campus activities.
MEMBERS-Seated: Larry Shumway, presidentg .lohn E. Hoff, sponsorg J. B. Griersong C.
Kirkpatrick, sponsorg Edmond W. Corley. Standing: Charles D. Roxhurgh, Anthony Germanx,
Walter Schuster, Erwin Ahadie, Leo J. Gleinser, Kenneth B. Fischer.
Films Add to Their Meetings
A student branch of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers and the
Institute of Radio Engineers, the Univer-
sity of Houston Society of Electrical
Engineers attempts to form a link
between students and professional en-
Field trips, lectures by members of the
industry and films spark the meetings.
The Society satisfies the social require-
ments of members by planning such
diversions as barbecues and picnics.
Electrical Engineers l I
OFFICERS: Tim Bridges, vice-chairmang Cliff May, historiang Walt Schuster, UHSEQ Chuck
Brodnax, chairmang Walter Welch, representative to the houseg Erwin Abadie, UHSEg Jim Boyd,
representative to the llouseg Harold Jaeger, treasurer.
MEMBERS-Kneeling: Joe Suttles, Herman E. Sheffield, Jr., Richard D. Wheeler, Owen R. Mulkey, John R.
McClarty, Erwin I. Abadie. First Row: Fred J. Gentile, Cliff May, Thomas Bridges, Jim Boyd, Jordan
Sacharieff, T. N. Whitaker, William T. Kittinger. Second Row: Frank B. Malott, Joe D. Woodruff, William
R. Bosse, Walter E. Welch, Louis I. Farber, Ben H. Hood.
tuclent Civil Engineers Gain
Engineers Ideas From Professionals
jOFFICERS--Kneeling: Nelson Strahan, president: C. J. Tamborello, treasurerg John D.
Tamborello, historian. Standing: H. G. Keeler, secretaryg Leo J. Gleinser, UHSE repre-
lsentativeg A. H. Meyers, vice-presidentg J. H. Sucluna, parliamentariang Alonzo J. Skinner,
The University of Houston Student Chapter
of the American Society of Civil Engineers
is an organization dedicated to the purpose
of acquainting students with their profession.
The Society provides a common ground
where students and professionals can meet
and exchange ideas and concepts.
The organization actively participates in
Cougar Christmasland. A Christmas party,
spring picnic, and an annual dance and
banquet fill the Society's social calendar.
' MEMBERS-First Row: Pak Fat Woo, C. J. Tamborello,
Jim Gee, TCfIY.W0Od, John E. Bork, Joseph Alex Szath-
mary, Leo J. Gleinser. Second Row: Harry Rice, Joe
Hedding, Robert Pendergraft, John Deskins, .lay Bondy,
A. H. Meyers, Ardis Whiter, Nelson Strahan. Third Row:
Eugene Wilson, Robert N. Andrews, George E. Kishiv,
James H. Suchma, Jack L. Housworth, Alonzo J. Skinner,
Harry Patten, Bill Faught.
Industrial En ineers
Learn Theory Engineers
The American Institute of Industrial Engineers
is an organization for student engineers that has
as its central purpose, providing University en-
gineering students with further opportunity to
become acquainted with the theory and practice
of industrial engineering.
The Institute also acquaints students with the
activities of the national organization.
The University chapter participates actively in the
annual Industrial Engineering Conference.
Industrial ' Q
OFFICERS: Joe Alexander, president, W. J. Bonefas, treasurerg F. I. Gaddis, recording
secretary, C. N. Stamos, sergeant-at-armsg J. M. Quitter, corresponding secretary,
R. M. Adams, associate professor, faculty advisor, W. L. Rittenhouse, fall president,
Edmond W. Corley, vice-president.
MEMBERS-Kneeling: G e o r g e Webb,
Robert M. Adams, advisor. Standing: H. C.
Lambert, J. M. Quitter, C. N. Stamos,
John Vaughan, Frank J. Gaddis, Ed Kad-
lecek, Edmond Corley, W. J. Bonefas, Billy
F. Mitcham, R. A. Miller, Joe Alexander,
Joseph Holsomback, Bill Rittenhouse,
Loyal White, Gerald L. Spieldenner.
FALL OFFICERS: .lim Sternburg, vice-chairman, Keith Carmi
mussen, sponsor, Tom Bennett, secretary.
Active participation in community affairs
and emphasis of social responsibility are
purposes of the organization.
The University chapter is active in campus
affairs, including participation in Cougar
Christmasland each year.
They Create Throu, li Engineering
The University-of Houston chapter of the
- American Society of Mechanical Engi-
neers is composed of engineering students
who have proven their scholastic ability
and have shown interest in improving
their profession through advanced techni-
chael, chairman, Andrew A. Ras-
SPRING OFFICERS: Tom Bennett, vice-chairmang Andrew A. Rasmussen, sponsor: Jerry
Rix, chairmang Jerry Frankeny, secretary.
First Row: Tom Cudd, Keith Carmichael, Jerry Rix,
.len'y Frankeny, John Whalen, Jack McKenna, Andrew
A. Rasmussen, Dean Briggs, Billy Hutson, Daniel W.
Harris, Anil K. Shaw, Roy,Heath. Second Row: Charles
Dalton, Larry Shumway, Guston Schaerve, Kenneth
Williams, Eddie Rapp, James Ellis, Jerry Shows, Mack
Gore, Nelson Martins, Fred Stroud, Luie Kahl, Tom
Cunha. Third Row: Paul Crotier, Mike McCullough,
Kenneth Fischer, Jim Sternenberg, Louis Atsingevr, Gar-
land Sparks, George Drake, Heitor Herrera, Tom Ben-
nett, Lee Palm, .lose Da Justa.
Guest Speakers Give
Chemical Engineers New Ideas
First Raw: Alan Bartlett, Ernest Jahnke, Buddy Medley, Jerry Ogden,
Cecil Kinard. Second Row: Huey Parkman, Philip Helfrich, Ernest
Papavasiliou, Kirby-Boston, Wayne Ware. Third Row: Ed Ray, .John Bar-
field, J. B. Grierson. .
u Tau Epsilon . .
First Row: John E. Hoff, sponsor, John R. McCla11y, secretaryg Cecil Holder,
presidentg Charles Roxburgh, treasurer. Second Row: Charles Dalton, Keith
Carmichael, .lim Boyd, Edmond Corley, Owen Mulkey. Third Row: John
Michael, Walter Welch, Chuck Brodnax, J. B. Grierson.
Chemical Engineers '
OFFICERS: Huey P. Parkman, vice-chairmang J. B. Grierson,
UHSE counsel representativeg Wayne Ware, chairmang Cecil L.
Kinard, secretary, Ernest Papavasiliou, treasurer.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is an
organization which promotes fellowship between stu-
dents and men in industry.
The University chapter makes several field trips, hosts
guest speakers, and sponsors technical films and sup-
plementary classroom material throughout the year.
An annual fall picnic and spring banquet are the club's
Tau Epsilon is an organization for honor students in
engineering. The organization's aims are to promote
scholarship and interest among engineering students.
It has as a future project affiliation with the national
engineering society, Tau Beta Pi.
Petroleum I Field Trips Aid Their Education
1 The University of Houston Society of
Petroleum Engineers is the student
branch of the American Institute of
Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.
In order to familiarize its members with
engineering operations and innovations,
the organization holds bi-monthly meet-
ings and monthly field trips in con-
nection with the petroleum industry.
Members of the Society participate in
annual conventions of SPE and AIME
in Houston and their representatives
also attend the International Petroleum
A spring picnic is the Societyls annual
OFFICERS: Thomas Cermani, secretaryg Charles Roxburgh, treasurerg Joe F.-
Dishron, vice-presidentg Bill Beakley, president.
MEMBERS-Seated: J ack E. Kimmons, J. M. Smith, Albert Contreras, Charles H. Barfield, Gerald P. Kinnebrew, D. E.
Frederick, Rivero S. Ramon, Virgil P. Hammerle, Wiley H. Steen, T. L. Logan, K. W. Loveless, Cecil L. Holder, .loe F.
Dishron. Standing: Thomas Cary, J. E. Cornett, Ruhi Bereni, Adrin Owens, Edmond LeBouf, C. V. Kirkpatrick, faculty
sponsor, Joe Hurlbut, Charles D. Roxburgh, Robert A. Tyree, Wilbert J. Vogel, Anthony B. Germani, Thomas F. Ger-
mani, Robert A. Taylor, Charles Crutcher, Harold Vance, industry sponsor, Bi11Beak1ey.
Engineering Award Winners
BILL BEAKLEY, winner of 3rd place UHSE Student
J. E. CORNETT, winner of the 2nd place Under-
CECIL L. HOLDER, graduated Summa Cum
Laude and was winner of T.S.P.E. Award.
JACK E. KIMMONS, lst place graduate division
in AIME Paper Contest.
TOM LOGAN, winner of 1959-19u0 Standard
Oil of Texas Co. Scholarship.
They Provide Contacts Between
EPSUOH Nu Gamma the Student and the Professional
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Epsilon Nu Gamma, the campus professional
engineering fraternity, provides social and
professional contacts for the student engi-
The club, organized in December of 1959,
will include field trips to local industries
and guest lecturers in its program next year.
Members must maintain a 2.0 grade point
average and be sophomore or above.
Faculty sponsor is W. T. Kittinger, Jr., and
club president is Kenneth Williams.
OFFICERS-Front Row: Jerry Rix, vice-presi-
dentg Kenneth Williams, president. Second Row:
Eddie Rapp, secretaryg Robert Schwartz, treasur-
erg Jim Boyd, sergeant-at-arms.
MEMBERS-Kneeling: Jerry Rix, .lims Gee, Jim Boyd, Joe Hedding, Maurice Petersen, Ned B.
Cheshire. Standing: Freddie Stroud, Paul Crozier, Eddie Rapp, Avery Howell, Ben Hood, Kenneth
Williams, Robert Schwartz, W. T. Kittinger, counselor.
Gamma Alpha Chi,
Alpha Delta Sigma I I Advertising Week Banquet
First Row: June Dominy, Suzanne Shapiro, Carol Carter, Mignon Seymour. Second Row:
Jeannine Bond, Jan McMullan, Edwene Gaines, Cathy Young, Mrs. Avis Ross, Meredith
Trube. Third Row: Nancy West, Ainslie Bricker, Mrs. Dolores Williams, Mrs. 'Willie Ains-
worth, Mrs. Lou Letts, Mrs. Alice Rogers. A
National women's a d v e r t i si n g fraternity
Gamma Alpha Chi brings together women in-
terested in entering the ad field, with adver-
tising or related major studies.
GAX honors Houston women outstanding in
the profession, sponsors entries in the Head-
line Hop and other campus contests and pro-
motes, with Alpha Delta Sigma, the campus
observance of Advertising Week.
Promotion Is Their Aim
Alpha Delta Sigma, national advertising fraternity for men, gives
advertising majors an opportunity to hear guest speakers in the
field. Through these speakers students of advertising learn new
concepts in advertising and enjoy 'meeting people already
established in the field.
ADS members promote local participation in National Advertising
Week activities each year, in conjunction with Gamma Alpha Chi.
Front Row: Steve Soloman, Don Alderman, Albert
Santos. Second Row: Arnold Barban, John Wil-
liams, Peter Oleckniche, Billy I. Ross.
Alpha Epsilon Rho
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A E Rho Scans the Campus
MEMBERS-First Row: Thomas Bazile, Kenneth Metting, Cathy Mobley, Wayne York, C. F. Schneider. Second Row: Gordon
Smith, Charles Clardy, Virgil Dixon, Joe Jeffers, Charles Johnston.
OFFICERS: Gordon Smith, secretary-treasurer, C. F. Schneider, presidentg Thomas M.
Alpha Epsilon Rho, an honorary or-
ganization for students in Radio-
Television, recognizes students who
haye excelled in their field through
scholastic excellence and active par-
ticipation in the organization's ac-
AERho participates in operation of the
department's radio and television
stations and competes in annual broad-
Association, S .A.M .
They Will Be the Decision Makers
Now in its second year on
campus, the American Market-
ing Association offers market-
ing students valuable contacts
with executives and provides a
social meeting ground with
other marketing students.
A spring dinner and dance
liven the social scene, while
participation in and sponsor-
ship of Student Marketing Day
provides a service to interested
students from the University.
First Row: Henry Price, vice-presidentg Bill Avery, presidentg Herman Koehn, secretaryg Z. W. Koby, sponsor.
Second Row: Lester Sutton, Robert Downs, Arnold Nemore, Brian Tench, Otho Shelton, Harry Miller, Harry
Wren, Ben Pyle, Walter Epps, Dr. John R. Young, sponsor. Third Row: Marion Tillman, Don Cretzer, Larry
Walker, Charles Toubin, Stan Drain, Roy Milum.
S.A.lVl., the Society for the Advancement of Manage-
ment, has three main objectives. One, to serve as an
effective medium for the exchange and distribution
,of information on problems, policies and methods of
industry and management. Two, to provide students
with an opportunity to participate in planning, organ-
izing and controlling activities of an organization
dedicated to promoting and advancing the art and
science of management. Third, to bring together
executives in business and students preparing to enter
First Row: Kearney Reynolds, presidentg Billy I. Hodge, faculty advisorg Catherine
Wahden, secretaryg Tony Lamanna, vice-president. Second Row.' Cherry Jones,
George A. Williford, Ernest O. Robert, Travis Tullos, Eddie Bond.
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OFFICERS: Donald V. DePe1squal, presidentg Joe Biundo, parliamentariang B. J. Cart, secretaryg Johnnie Fadal, treasur-
erg George H. Keener, corresponding secretzuyg Dr. George Webber, advisor.
First Row: Joseph A. Leake, Harry E. Durham, Robert Mere, Thomas Cana-
dine. Second Row: Dr. George Webber, George Keener, George B. Everett,
Shelby W. Rash, Don Morse, Gary G. Heyland, Johnnie Fadal, .James T.
Vaughan. Third Row: Jim Cato, Jan Shook, J. W. Lott, Ed Montgomery,
goxltlald V. DePas-qual, Joe Biundo, B. J. Cart, Joseph P. Bonno, Clarence
Coordinating the social and professional
activities of the College of Pharmacy is
the American Pharmaceutical Association.
It strives to unite students, faculty and
practicing pharmacists and to provide a
clearer picture of the pharmacy profession.
Sponsor of the campus observance of
National Pharmacy Week, the Association
offers to its members a Christmas party
and spring dinner.
Hopeful H omemalcers Learn
OFFICERS Mary Russell, student government representative, Shirley Hayward,
president Betty Jo Jack, vice-presidentg Dorothy Rothermel, publicity.
First Row: Yvonne Hansen, Glenda Hensley,
Patsy Bishop, Sophie Saragusa. Second Row:
Sally Barber, June Murphy, Grace Edwards, Mary
Travis. Third Row: Lucile Dill, Betty Benson,
Ann Miller, Mrs. Dorothy Callicutt, sponsor.
Beta Lambda I I
Beta Lambda, home economics sorority,
seeks to interest women in the art of home-
Freshmen convocation for home economics
students, brunch and style shows, and
Easter and spring activities fill the Beta
An FHA day at the University for all
homemaking students in Houston is a Beta
Lambda-sponsored event. Baskets of food
are sent to needy families at Christmas
Social events include a Christmas party,
Valentine dance and awards banquet.
Phi Delta Phi
Delta Theta Phi
Courtroom Debate Will
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Phi Delta Phi, the oldest national fraternity on
campus, promotes sound legal ethics, scholarship
and friendship among its members.
Outstanding lawyers, judges and citizens bring to
the group new interpretation of old thoughts, pro-
viding solutions for problems that may arise.
Semi-annual initiation banquets are held to bring
new members into the organization.
First Row: George Dulany, Terry McMahon, John Brukner, Leonard Tatar,
John Neibel. Second Row: Rudolph Saucillo, Robert Hogan, Walter McMeans,
John C. Schratwieser, Jerry Mize, John Hooper. Third Row: Frank Jones,
Irving Drake, James R. Keeney, Robert Q. Edmiston, J. D. Smith.
Delta Theta Phi, law fraternity on
the University's campus, requires of
its members high academic, profes-
sional and moral standards.
Outstanding performance scho-
lastically, high respect for one's com-
munity and a desire for the im-
proving of the society are all re-
quirements for membership in the
Delta Theta Phi
First Row: Jack I. Stark, John Chandler, clerk of the exchequerg Charles A. Nester, vice-deang Louis
D. Carroll, deang John Yates, clerk of the rollsg Judge Charles B. Walker, sponsorg John A. Mixon,
faculty advisor. Second Row: James O. Murphy, Donald L. Jones, DeWitte Wolfe, Jacob F. Bumstead,
Charles M. Gallman, Minor Crager, John J. Cain. Third Row: Richard Reedy, Daniel Vrba, James O.
Kelly, Roy T. Rogers, Bruce Harris, Gus E. Meriwether, John R. Kay. Fourth Row: Anthony Willy,
Robert Strybos, Benjamin A. Enlich, Ody Jerden, Jacko Hargrove, Marvin O. Teague, James E. Scanlan,
James Mclntyre. Members not in Photo: Rex C. Mounger, master of the ritual lphotographerlg Orville
L. Trask, tribuneg Robert Felsman, Richard Bradshaw, Carl Ray, Jere R. Filer, James E. Morton,
Jack Tabor, Robert Breaux, John Patrick, Joseph Balack, LeRoy Peavy, Robert Andrews, Marvin Glenn
Cooksey, Robert Hines, Vincent Musachia, Brooks Hamilton, Joseph Abraham, Douglas Baer, Bert Hueb-
ner, Paul Holladay, Richard Ryman, Jerry Hill, Robert J. Barr, Donald Brown, Charles A. Baker.
They Close the Gap .
Between En ineer and Operator Diesel Club I
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Graduates of the University's diesel
school are the liaison between the engi-
neer and the operator of diesel equip-
ment. Taking products that the engi-
neers create, they prepare them for in-
The purpose of the club is to open the
way for positions in industry for gradu-
Field trips to industrial sites supplement
OFFICERS: Tommy James, H. K. Whittington, Hans Rasch, R. F. Johnson, O. O. Stotts.
First Row: Farouk Abu-Shaaban, James A. Willson, Richard F. Johnson, Ted B. Lafferty, Thomas
L. Allbright. Second Row: H. K. Whittington, sponsor, Raymond Cindratt, John H. Black, Charles
T. Crumpler, Tom H. Miles, Tommy James, O. O. Stotts, sponsor. Third Row: Sam Fullingim, Hans
Rasch, Phillip Spitz, William R. Landers, Elroy Gold, Charles Oliphaut.
uares Are Trademarks
Dragan F ' q
The Dragan Society, an 'organi-
zation for student draftsmen,
participates annually in the Pep
Club. The club's other activities
include a spring picnic and a
President of the Dragan So-
ciety is Guy lVlcElroy. J. R.
Manahan is faculty sponsor. J
OFFICERS: Gene Nichols, parliamentariang J. R. Manahan, faculty sponsorg James Nevitt
vice-presidentg Jimmy Thomas, president, Clifford Schumacher, secretary-treasurer.
First Row: Bobby E. Mullinax, J. R. Manahan, Jimmy Thomas. Second Row: Darol Dimmick, Edwin Thuesen,
Fred Harvey, Jack Metzler, Cliff Schumacher. Third Row: Tommy Davis, Samuel J. Lewis, Judson R. Finch.
Fourth Row: Eddie Core, Gene Nichols, James Nevitt, Robert L. Thomas.
Mone Is Their Business
Joan Reiff, Odell Carlson, Lee Kiser, Joe Thompson, John E.
Leavesley, Ira N. Slover.
First Raw: Mrs. Douglas Thorson, Lee Kiser, secretaryg Inez
Winston, Dr. Henry Chen, faculty sponsorg Odell Carlson, treasur-
erg Joan Reiff, president. Second Row: Billy Johnson, I. A.
Urbantke, R. E. Brown, B. B. Brown, I. N. Slover, F. J. Godfrey,
John Leavesley, R. H. Pentz, Benjamin Pyle, J. R. Thompson,
Norman F. Byers, John P. Owen, James F. Hull, Douglas Thor-
son, Ervin K. Zingler.
Economics and Finance
Omicron Chi Epsilon
The function of the Economics and Finance As-
sociation is to promote a better understanding of
economic and financial conditions and institutions
on the national and local levels.
The Association endeavors to further fellowship
among students and assist them in finding employ-
Omicron Chi E silon national men's and womeifs
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honor society in economics, has as its alms the
promotion of the ideals of economics.
There are approximately 30 University of Houston
members in the organization.
OFFICERS-First Row: Professor Ervin K. Zing-
ler, sponsorg Lee Kiser, Byron B, Brown, presi.
dem! Harold J. Adam, vice-president. Second
Row: John P. Owen, department chairmang
Weldon Kettler, Willard Mertz.
, Speech Contests Provide
Society l Interest, Rewards
The Forensic Society is an organi-
zation of students interested in
speech and competitive speech
Its members compete in inter-
scholastic events throughout the
This year the Society won from
first to fourth places in com-
petition at Tulane University,
Stephen F. Austin University and
OFFICERS: Louis Patronella, vice-presidentg Richard Caldwell, presidentg Sondra Walters, secretary
Katherine Taylor, historian.
MEMBERS-First Raw: Emerson Turner, Carmen Stallings, Sondra' Walters, Katherine Taylor, Richard Caldwell. Second Row:
Russel Stanley, Marc Grossberg, Louis Patronella, Jack Cravlee, Eugene Cook, Terry Thompson, Gerard Wagner, Director of
Future Instructors Combine Kappa Delta pi
ulinowledge, Duty and Powerv I"'f9""gt'30'w.l' Siudems
Founded at the University of Illinois in 1911,
Kappa Delta Pi is a national professional
honor society for teachers and prospective
lts motto, knowledge, duty and power symbol-
izes the ideals of the largest coeducational
honor society in the United States.
The Zeta Omega chapter of Kappa Delta Pi
was founded at the University on January 12,
OFFICERS: Isabel Gibson, treasurerg Mrs. Lola Norman, secretaryg Bill Hammond, presi-
dentg Dr. Helen Bottrell, historian. U
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NATHAN CATALAN, president.
Because 256 students from 54 countries attend the Univer-
sity, a need was felt for the formation of an International
The Club is a first for the University in that students from
foreign countries have never before attempted to organize.
Organization . . .
Fellowship Is Important Facet
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First Row: Juan Fong, M. R. Ramanchandra Rao, D. S. Maniar, Melly M.
Goodson, Lucy Martinez, Armando Velez, Nathan Catalan. Second Row: Anders
Gustav Scajaerve, Anil Shaw, Aloysivs V. Takfook Chan, Benzoin Goldstein,
Moshe Kohen. Third Row: Tom Lopez, Dacal Nalinkanti, B. G. Shah, M. P.
Shah, Frederica Stoeve, Neil R. Nasler, Galal Abu Hussein, Bennet J. Young-
worth, Bernard Feigelman, Nissim B. H. Zaffaty, Miguel Aguilo.
Kappa Alpha Mu, BTl71,gS ATE
Kneeling: Stuart Hayes, Henry Milam, vice-presidentg Ray Blackstone, and Neal Shull. Standing:
Don Calvert, historiang Ross Strader, advisorg Mike Weingart, presidentg Mrs. Mildred Hicks,
secretary-treasurerg and Stan Slaten.
to Cougar and Houstonian
Kappa Alpha Mu is a national coeduca-
tional honorary photojournalism fra-
ternity established to recognize and
honor outstanding photojournalism stu-
dents in colleges and universities
throughout the nation.
The University of Houston chapter of
K.A.M. provides pictures for the Cougar
The Club promotes scholarship, interest
and ability among photojournalists and
brings together members from other
chapters and many professionals from
Artists Display Tlwir Talents at Exhibits
Kappa Pi art fraternity has as its aims
the promotion of interest in art among
fellow students, coupled with intensified
study of art forms.
All members of the club show at least
one major art exhibit in Houston each
The Beaux Art Ball, held in the spring,
and a pledge initiation each semester
provide social events.
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First Raw: Benard Nelkin, Thelma Phillips, Barry Tinkler, Carol Johnson. Second Row: Mary
Edson, Louise Christy, Micheal Gibson, vice-presidentg Marilyn Butler, secretary-treasurer: George
Shackleford, sponsor: Jerry Hill, presidentg Edward Heath.
Kappa Iiappa psi They Promote the Band
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Kappa Kappa Psi, band fraternity, pro-
motes projects that are of service to the
Cougar Band. The organization provides
parties, a banquet for the pledges and
entertainment for visiting bands.
Will Reavis is president of the fraternity
and James T. Matthews is its sponsor.
OFFICERS: James Greene, secretary-treasurerg Will Reavis, presi-
dentg Fred Gallamore, vice-president.
First Row: Michael A. Wilson, William Randy Holt, Geoffrey Galloway, 'Neal M. Weaver, Fred Galla
more. Second Row: Ronnie Etzel, Jerald C. Lyon, Lewis Overton, Jay Juneman, Oliver Perry, Jerry Hull
Will Reavis. Third Row: David Waters, Gene Haughton, Douglas Westphal, James Greene, James Jezek.
Lanyard Club I I
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JANET ISBELL BUELL, vice-president.
BARBARA PRING, secretary.
Lanyard Club Plays
Women ma'ors and minors in health, safet and
physical education comprise Lanyard's membership.
To ether the irls romote interest in cam us
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gymnastics and hack the wornen's intramural pro-
Lanyard members participate in community recrea-
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tion projects, officiate at high school Interscho-
lastic League competition and sponsor Campus
Career Day conferences in women's physical educa-
Formal initiation, an alumnae tea and the annual
Awards Dinner complete the year's activities.
S Onsors Music Educators'
p National Conference
Musical Activities Radio-Television Guild
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Conference co-operates with na-
tional organizations, arranges field
trips for members, sponsors the
Contemporary Music Society and
cooperates with that group in its
Social events include a spring
social and a Christmas party.
First Row: Merrie Valles, Geneva Gentry, Charlote Mayhall, Shirley Benefield, Jerome Bourgeois,
Nelda Nicholson, Janet Clark, Janis G1a.nzer,.Diane Denson. Second Row: Arlene Newman, George
Stout, Glenn Adams, Randy Holt, J eriy Hull, Armond Martin.
The University's Radio-Television Guild' is in its 10th
year of activities on the campus. They include the
promotion of the air communications industry and
service to the school. Its members support scholar-
ships and awards in the Radio-Television department
and host a Guild Awards party.
A Homecoming float and social activities are top
events of the year for Guild members.
Jimmy Dee Fore, Scotty Smith, Herb Huls, C. F. Schneider, Jimmie McShan,
of Its E e Care Needs
Optometric Society I I They Inform the Public
The Student Optometric Society serves as " ' ' A 'E' M'b""' ' " ' '
an educator that keeps the public informed
regarding the care of the eyes. It does
this through the total vision care program
of the College of Optometry and a visual
screening facility that is available to the
The Society provides speakers in optometry
and related fields in order that students in
optometry might know what advances the
profession is making. It also sends repre-
sentatives to professional conventions and
assemblies throughout the nation.
Social activities of the club include a
Christmas Dance and a spring picnic.
OFFICERS: Jack Vaughan, social chairmang George Lipshy, vice-presidentg Graham
Lantz, presidentg Jim Parsons, secretaryg Dr. Pheiffer, faculty advisorg John Brad-
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MEMBERS-Kneeling: Donald Gerschick, Thomas Heard, Jim Parsons, Owen Murray, .Charles lfleese, Frank Sortin, John
Bradley, George Lipshy, Harvey Johnson, A. G. Guido, Harold Codianne, Charles MacLaughl1n. Standing: Graham Lantz, Martin
Levy, Frank Butterfield, Paul Stigaard, Dr. Chester Pheiffer, Abe Daily, Richard Delgado, Armando Valdee, Drew Browne,
Joan Piper, Boyace Holland, Bob Gardner, Jerry Flanagan, Bill Bauscher, Kelsey Hunter, Louis Love, Ben Russell, Bo
Baldwin, Jerome McAllister, Mary Ann Daly, Jim Newell, Jacqueline Sluelds, Lou Landsman, Leo Becnel, Frank Lobaccaro,
Elmer Nossaman, Al Clevenger, Robert Victoria, Jack Vaughan, Ed McGee, Nelson Reber, Stewart Webb, and Fred Carriker.
Phi Delta Chi Promotes phi Delta Chi
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Phi Delta Chi, professional fra-
ternity in pharmacy, is concerned
with promoting pharmacy among
students and furthering the Univer-
sityls College of Pharmacy.
The organization also actively sup-
ports the American Pharmaceutical
Association and National Pharmacy
Week. A party given for the pharma-
cy school is the top social event each
OFFICERS: B. J. Cart, secretary: Joseph P. Bonno, vice-presidentg John Sirman, pledge
masterg Thomas Carradine, treasurerg Jan Shook, assistant treasurerg Jim Cato, president.
MEMBERS-First Row: Clarence Nixon, Frank Accomando, Gary Wilcox, Dr. Robert Boblitt, advisor: Joe Bond,
James Cato, Robert Mere. Second Row: Joe Biundo, Julius Hochstein, B. J. Cart, Ed Montgomery, Nicholas George,
James Vaughan. Third Row: John Sirman, Dewey Weatherford, Jody Leake, Ronny Clifford, Ben Muniz, Tom Carra-
dine, Nelson Lipscomb. Fourth Row: Sanford Garrett, Charles Anselmo, Carrol Soward, Johnnie Fadal, Earl Sledge, Ken
Burrows, John Kiser, Ed Talley. Fifth Row: Don Yapp, Elzo Gullett, Jan Shook, Dan Morse, Mike O'Neill, James
Olive, Tommy Smith, Jimmy Wilson, Harry Durham.
Pfe'MediCalf They Learn How to Cure
The Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental Society
is an organization dedicating itself
to furthering interests in the various
fields of medical science.
This goal is achieved through meet-
ings, discussions, lectures and film
demonstrations. All of its activities
are under the supervision and direc-
tion of a selected sponsor from the
. 1 department of Biological Sciences of
N the University.
l- ' Tours of various medical installations
- are made to help each student pre-
l pare for and choose the medical
school of his choice.
Projects of the club include a schol-
arship fund, which helps deserving
Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental students.
X Social activities include a spring
'l beach party and a luncheon.
OFFICERS: Jim Helms, presidentg John Bogart, vice-presidentg Alan Rosen, secretaryg Howard
Berg, representativeg Miki Davis, representative, Earl Love, treasurer.
MEMBERS-First Raw: Wanda Swanson, Robert Friedman, Jim Scherer, Jim Helms, Dr. N. C. Cominsky,
sponsor, John Bogart, Bill Ball, Peggy Sterling, Robert Engel. Second Row: Seymour Bauer, Alan Rosen,
Cecil Kennedy, William Moore, Pat Yeary, Miki Davis, Judy Wible. Third Row: Dennis Rexdmiller, Calvin
McKaig, Joe Pinkston, Neil Boll, Ray Knupple, James Cole, Anthony Kouzounis, Howard Berg, Earl Love.
They Dream of Eneores and Curtain Red Masque
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OFFICERS: David Larson, chairman of the Drama Departmentg
Patricia B. Kennedy, parliamentariang William Doolay, presidentg
Robert Howery, faculty advisor. '
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Red Masque is a word synonymous with the dra-
matic art. The organization is composed of persons
interested in the theatre in all of its aspects.
At the annual Awards Banquet this year awards
were given to the best actor and actress, best sup-
porting actor and actress, best freshman actor and
actress, best in technical theater and outstanding
First Row: Reberta Stahl, Ann Lyon, Ann Sharp,
Cora Nell Sjogren. Second Row: ,lim White, Roy
O'Val1e, Ronnie Cural, Susan Stubbs, Lou Thomas.
Third Row: Pat Harrison, Jerry Long, Sam Hyde,
Buzz Black. Fourth Row: ,lim Wood, Bill Conkrite.
Journalists Learn Art of Communication
Theta Sigma Phi, national women's
honorary journalism fraternity,
stresses the observance of high
moral and professional standards
by its members. Membership is
limited to students of unior stand-
ing who have shown ability and
promise in journalism.
Annual events include a Matrix
Dinner and participation in the
Headline Hop and in the journal-
ism assembly. This year Mrs.
Marguerite Palmer, garden editor
of the Houston Press, was the
Matrix Dinner honoree.
Seated: Nancy West, Millie Duelhurg, Yvonne Gabet, Kaye Newman, Mildred Hicks. Standing
Aleene Rednick, Beverly Dent, Carmen McDaniel, Ruth Long, Edwene Gaines, Cathy Youn
Sada Lou Stone.
Kneeling: Neal Shull, Richard Albitz, Harry Nowakowski, Jerry Eagleson, Gordon Fales, Ferris
Block, sponsor. Standing: Bob Sanders, Robert Forshaw, Everett Marshall, Bob Morris, David
Michlovich, Don Whiteney.
Theta Sigma Phi
Sigma Delta Chi
Sigma Delta Chi, professional jour-
nalism fraternity, combines social and
Members of the organization sponsor
the sale of Homecoming mums, at-
tend state and national conventions,
participate in the annual journalism
assembly and sponsor the Headline
Hop, an annual all-school dance.
Guest speakers in the journalism
field and related areas provide pro-
fessional guidance for members.
Society of I I
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First Row: .lohn David Jones, Paul McCormick,
Darrel G. Slough, Gene Reumer, George Kulg.
Second Row: Leonard Luncon. Julian R. Mendez,
Frank J. Godfrey, Eddie Bond. Third Row: Miller
B. Overall, S. M. Woolsey, Lee Kiser, Eugene Cook.
Fourth Row: Paul Lindloff, Howard Daniels, I. E.
McNeill, Sandford H. Brown.
Accountants Add, ubtract, Multipl
The solicitation of scholarships, the broadening of educa-
tional activities through field trips and the provision
for guest speakers are all parts of the program of the
University of Houston Society of Accountants.
The Society attempts to acquaint its members in the
work they will be doing through experience arid knowl-
edge transmitted by those who hasge already practiced
their trade. 5
A spring picnic and fall dance brighten the year's ac-
OFFICERS: Lee Kiser
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, vice-prcsidentg Eddie Bond, sergeant-at-zxrinsg Eugene
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OFFICERS AND BOARD-First Row: Judith Sloan, William Skinner, Sydalise Crawford,
Mona Ruth Morgan, Bill Crockett, Thomas L. Llervillys, Barbara Taylor. First Row, Standing:
Edwene Gaines, Dr. Nelson, Eva Hardin, Pearl Vaught, Linda Pledger, Mary Jane Pennington,
Patsy C. Midecken, Carolyn Langford, Rosemary Snow, Barbara Rudewig, Jeanette Morgan,
.loan Ganett, Cindy Willard. Second Row: Emerson Turner, Jima Spurlock, Logan Wood,
Ernest C. Atsinger, John K. Mulholand, Johnny C. Fisher, Willard Jones, Duane Crim, Phil
UH-SEA's exhibit at the 1960 TSEA State Convention
depicted the theme of "Education Shapes the World's
With 821 members, the University of Hous-
ton Student Education Association is for the
second successive year the largest of the sixty
Texas Student Education Association chapters
and of the 834 Student National Education
Association chapters in the United States.
Being adjudged one of the most active chap-
ters in the United States by the National
Commission on Teacher Education and Pro-
fessional Standards, the UH-SEA was invited
by the NEA Committee on International Re-
lations and the Asian Society to acquaint
Noboru Ito, vice bureau chief of the Asahi
Shimbun, the world,s most widely circulated
newspaper, with the organization and func-
tional activities of students in professional
educator's associations. Mr. Ito met with
UH-SEA members from June 16 to 19 to
study means of" introducing Student NEA
chapters in the universities of Japan.
At the 1960 Texas Student Education As-
sociation State Convention, George Heit was
a finalist in the Mr. TSEA contest, and the
UH-SEA exhibit, "Education Shapes the
World's Futuref' won first prize. The club
was invited to display the exhibit at the Na-
tional Student NEA Leadership Conference.
Dr. Esther Marion Nelson sponsors the As-
Jerry Eagleson, Judith Sloan, James Mclsamore, Jeanette Morgan, Willard Jones and Edwene
Gaines participate in a public relations workshop conducted by UH-SEA members at the
1960 TSEA State' Convention in San Antonio.
Varsity NH" I U University Lettermen
OFFICERS: Hilmer Potcinski, vice-presidentg Charles Caffrey, presidentg Wiley Feagin, treasurer. Not pictured: Reggie
Darley, corresponding secretaryg Ronald Holland, recording secretary.
Promote portsmanship . . . Friendship
Bubba Wagner, catcherg Buddy Garidel, first basemang Gary Nelson, second baseman' Max
Wilson, outfield. '
The promotion of fellowship
among athletes and between ath-
letes and the student body is the
duty of Varsity "H,"
The organization is composed of
lettermen from the various sports
at the University.
Ushering at basketball games
depicts the service of the group.
An annual deep-sea fishing trip
brings members together on a
Other service projects that con-
tribute to the over-all athletic
program of the University are
included in the organization's
First Row: Hilmer Potcinski, Jim Juehne, Charlie Rieves, Charles Caifrey. Second Row: Wiley Feagin, Jim Wilehan,
Bill Brown, Jim Colvin.
Writers Produce Works
The Writers Club is an organization composed of
student members interested in all phases of literary
The club participates actively in the Harvest, the
literary anthology of the university. Its members
help to organize and publish the magazine and
present awards to writers who have had manu-
scripts published in the Harvest.
Activities of the club include regular meetings in
homes of members. Manuscripts are read and
criticisms given at meetings. Annual participation
in the Writers Convention is included in their ac-
Writer's Club I I
OFFICERS: Jo King, presidentg Marge Mullen, secretalyg
Jonathan Ayres, vice-prmidentg and Marc Grossberg, treasurer.
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Pine Forest Country Club, the
scene of the 1960 National Inter-
collegiate Invitation. On the
green is Jacky Cupit.
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Evans and Kuehne rush in on halfback George Blair.
WILEYFEAGIN . of H. - Ole Miss - 16
Dade City, Fla.
Before an estimated crowd of 45,000 persons the University of Houston
Cougars sought out their first win over the University of Mississippi
Rebels. Houston having not lost a home opener since 1953 fell to Ole
Miss by a score of 16-0.
The first quarter found each team checking the other's strength on
the 1959 gridiron. From the Houston 13 yard stripe a Rebel field goal
attempt passed to the left of the goal posts. Ole Miss found its way across
the goal line during the second quarter with the help of an interception by
Bob Khayat. Khayat snagged Lonnie Holland's pass on his own 41 yard
line and returned it to the Cougar 7. Four plays later quarterback Jake
Gibbs swept left end for the touchdown. The one point conversion was
One more TD and a field goal by Ole Miss during the third quarter
brought an end to the scoring for the night. Ole Miss threatened at the
Houston 8 yard line, but gave up the ball on downs. A 70 yard punt
return by Gibbs was called back by a clipping charge. Four more plays
heard the final gun sound on the season's opener for the University of
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Isbell and Evans down Bama's Marlin Dyess.
Quarterback Gerald Ripkowski is swarmed.
Houston - Alabama -
Alabama's "Crimson Tide" under the coaching of Paul
Bryant rolled in, but found only one small hole in Houston's
defensive wall. Alabama, deep in the third quarter, man-
aged to trickle through a field goal from the Houston 15.
Don McDonald, mixing his plays well, moved the ball
from his own 28 to the Alabama 6 only to have 15 yards
taken away for illegal substitution. Facing 21 yards for a
first down, Errol Linden saw his field goal attempt go wide
to the right.
-Bama's big break came when Leon Fuller intercepted a
McDonald pass inside the Cougar 50. A series of plays on
the ground located the ball 9 yards from pay-dirt when Fred
Sington booted the ball over the cross-bar.
In the fourth quarter the Cougars moved the pigskin to
the Alabama 12, one yard short of a first down. The clock
ran out with the lone field goal showing on the score board.
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Lonnie Holland led the red and white clad Cougars to their first win
of the season. Trailing at half time by a score of I2 to 0, the Cougars
roared back both on the ground and in the air.
A fumble by Cincinnati at the 50 gave the ball to an eager Houston
team. Holland took to the air and quickly moved the ball to the 6. An
offside penalty against the Cincinnati Bearcats placed the ball on the 3
yard stripe. Fullback Hilmer Potcinske climaxed the 11 play, 50 yard
drive by plunging over right guard for the touchdown. Don McDonald
converted for the extra point which later won the game.
In the fourth quarter Errol Linden found himself in the end zone with
a pass from Holland. Holland's extra point pass attempt to Larry Lindsey
was dropped in the end zone. During the time remaining, the Bearcats
were unable to move the ball and the score remained Houston I3 . . .
Larry Lindsey hauls in a 13 yard pass from Holland.
Don McDonald C155 moves over left guard.
Claude King wages war in Kyle Field.
Cougars - 6 Aggies -
The Aggies remembered Houston from last year. U. of H. ran up the
highest score made since these two teams started meeting on the field of
turf. A8zlVI, playing on its home field tried to revenge the 39 to 7
loss. Houston's big loss in this game came not from the 28 to 6 defeat,
but in the form of a separated shoulder for Claude King.
When the second half started, ASzlVI was out in front 7-6, but still
pushing for more. Quarterback Charles Milstead on one of the opening
plays started to break away when he was hit with a smashing tackle by
King. A later check revealed that King suffered a shoulder separation
on this play. King had carried 44 times during the game for a total of 46
yards before his college football career came to a close.
Gordon Lebeouf, A8zM fullback, charged through the right side of
the line for two TD's before the third quarter ended. Robert Sanders
pushed up the middle for another during the final period.
Final results: ASM . . . 28 U. of H .... 6, end of All-American
candidate, Claude King's career.
New Orleans, La.
The Cougars traveled to the land of the Indians, but met the Oklahoma
State University Cowboys. Sporting a 5-2-1 record with O.S.U., the
Cougars found the Cowboys more determined than ever.
Combining the fine ground running of Pete Burks with the passing
team of Holland and Lindsey the Cougars broke into a 12 point lead in
22 minutes of play. O.S.U. then used the remaining 38 minutes and the
scoring ability of Tony Banfield to chalk up 19 points. Banfield, in the
second quarter, pulled in a 24 yard pass from quarterback Dick Soergel.
The extra point kick gave the Cowboys 7 on the score sheets.
Again in the fourth quarter it was Banfield who placed the ball in
the end zone for O.S.U. Once to conclude a 100 yard drive which began
when ,larnes Dillard took a punt from the toe of Holland at the O.S.U.
goal line. Later a 41-7 yard pass interception return by the Cowboys placed
them in a scoring position. A 1 yard plunge climaxed a series of bad
breaks for Houston to favor O.S.U.-19 to 12.
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into this game these two teams were tied for lst place in
the Missouri Valley Conference.
Both teams were out to prove themselves and each scored
the first time they had possession of the ball. N.T.S. elected
to receive the kick-off. Moving the ball from their own 37
yard line with runs through the middle and around the end
they reached the Cougar 2. From there Vernon Cole slipped
across for the TD. Morris Rose made the extra point good
with 6 minutes and 24 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
Houston then took the offense with a series of 14 plays
through the right side of the line. Left half Ken Bolin
found an opening into the Gland of 6." The try for the
extra point failed with 1 minute and 24- seconds of playing
time in the first quarter.
The fire died out and neither team could rekindle the
spark throughout the duration of the game. As the players
left the field after more than -L6 additional minutes of hard
play, the lights on the score board still revealed . . . T and 6.
Guard, lL g Abner Haynes 1,285 runs into Holland and Lindsey.
Cougars - 22 Tulsa - 13
Sophomore quarterback Don Sessions showed the way to the University
of Tulsais end zone for a total of 22 points. Coupling a deadly aerial
attack with snappy running, the 6-foot ball handler netted almost 200
Half time score was a pair of O's. The 'third quarter saw Houston gifve
up the hall on downs when a Sessions to Errol Linden pass fell in-
complete. Tulsa then marched the length of the field and converted to
score 7. Seven plays later Sessions hit Randall Dorsett and Eddie
Mitchamore for a total of 8.
Tulsa rallied and made it 13 to 8 early-in the 4th quarter. Houston
received the kickoff and a few plays later Sessions elected to keep from
the Tulsa 31 yard stripe to add 6 to the Houston side of the ledger.
Once again Tulsa forfeited the hall needing yardage. The Cougars covered
67 yards and placed an 8 point tally on the records in 2 quick plays.
Driving 49 yards Tulsa's last hopes faded in the form of a lost fumble.
The still fighting Cougars gained 26 yards during the final seconds of
play to reach a total offense of 320 yards.
Fullback Charlie Rieves is smothered by Washington players.
Cougars - 8 Wichita - 13
Still fired from last week's win the Cougars traveled to Wichita, Kansas.
Meeting on the field of battle with the University of Wichita Shockers
who returned 10 of 11 starters from last year.
Ted Dean, senior fullback for the Shockers, took a pitchout at right end
for a TD only to have the play nullified for offensive holding. Dean found
his way up the middle for the touchdown and Dick Young kicked to make
it good for 7.
U. of H. unable to move on the ground once again found gold in the
arm of Don Sessions. A completed pass to Larry Lindsey in the end zone
ended the scoring for the lst half.
Jim Kuehne fell on a Shocker fumble in the first minutes of the 3rd
quarter and Bolin scored at right tackle. Sessions crossed right end to
gain the lead 141-7.
. Danny Birdwell recovered a fumble for Houston on the Wichita 27
yard marker. Sessions hurdled the middle of the line tagging 6 more on
The solid forward wall of red and white uniforms attributed to 8 ad-
ditional points and forced the Shockers to pass for their other score.
Strength in the line and a quick acting backfield chalked up 349 yards
net gain . . . the highest for the season.
Third-quarter pass for W.S.U. to Ellersick good for 12 yards.
Texas Tech - 2 7
Slow to start appeared to be the problem of most of the
schools Houston met this year. The youngest member of the
Southwest Conference, Texas Tech, contracted this ailment,
but they had a solution . . . touchdowns!
This marked the 5th time this season the crowds saw 0-0
at the close of the lst quarter. There were less than 2 min-
utes left inthe 2nd quarter when the Red Raiders' Glen
Amerson scored on a keeper outside right tackle. Talking-
ton's kick was good.
During the remaining quarters Tech took to the air hand
and foot to add 12 additional points to the records. Amerson
carried over right tackle to go in standing up. Talkington
kicked to the right of the goal posts.
Houstorfs passers found difficulty with their targets and
the backs hit stiff opposition from the line. The Raiders'
offense made good use of any Houston misfortune and ran
a wide variety of hard-to-contain plays.
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Two firsts for this game: first time Houston played at home on Thanks-
giving Day . . . first time Houston played a West Coast team.
Slated to be an aerial duel between W.S.U.'s Mike Agee and Houston's
Don Sessions, game time found Sessions out with a leg injury. U. of H.
linemen rushed Agee's pass attempts. Twice, right end Wiley Feagin
threw Agee for 6 yard losses. Even with the clicking defenses of both
teams, when the clock stopped for the half, it was W.S.U.-16 U.H.-12.
Gail Cogdill made a diving catch in the end zone for an Agee pass
half way through the 3rd quarter. In the 4th period Melin fired one out
to Cogdill who ran into the scoring zone. With less than a minute remain-
ing, fullback Charlie Rieves pushed over right tackle for a TD.
Although there was better than a two touchdown difference in the
scoreg the major difference lay in W.S.U.'s ability to add a 2 point con-
version after each TD.
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play in the Senior Bowl at Mobile, ,
The Houston Football Banquet sponsored, as it has been
for the last thirteen years, by the Alumni Association is a
gathering to give recognition to the outstanding players of the
Dr. Franklin Stovall announces the lettermen for the com-
pleted l959-1960 season. Eight seniors step forward to receive
letters from the University of Houston for the last time.
Trophies are given to Best All-Around Lineman, Howard
Evans, and Best All-Around Back, Charlie Rievesg while Most
Improved Player, Tom Pierce accepts a wrist watch from the
U. of H. Sideline Coaches Association.
This is not to say that others do not deserve recognition.
Each player is a vital part of the team and all of the players
must work together as a team. The line must clear a path
for the backs and the backs must run the plays and do the
scoring. Even when everyone tries his best, unfortunate events
sometimes defeat the best planned plays.
This year the team was plagued with bad breaks and our
spirits fell, but at a time when spirits were lowest in the stands
the Big Red eleven on the field ran highest with wins. To the
players, the coaches, the managers, the trainers, the cheer-
leaders, the student body, and everyone that assisted the team
this past season . . . 'cThanks."
Coaches confer over field telephones.
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West Texas .... ...... 6 0 105 Houston
McMurry ........ ...... 5 1 92 Houston
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Miami ------------ '----- 7 2 63 Houston
North Texas ----A ...... 59 88 Houston
Texas ASIM ------ ---,.- 64 62 Houston
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Tulsa ..,.... 62 68 Houston
St. Louis .... 76 46 Houston
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Oklahoma City 73 80 Houston
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Fancy dribbling and expert sharp-shooting con-
cluded the 1959-1960 cage season before capacity
crowds, who without fail attended the court con-
tests from early December to late February.
Eight returning lettermen were supplemented by
three from the Redshirts to comprise the traveling
The Cougar Cagers began the season by success-
fully downing three in a home court series. Lamar
Tech took the opening defeat 89-66. West Texas
followed in defeat by losing to the Cougars 105-60,
while McMurry was the linderdog in a 92-51 con-
Travel and defeat went hand-in-hand when the
Houston five visited College Station and Texas
ASM. The Aggies bounded across the court be-
tween defensive Cougars to tally 67 to Houston's
Returning to Jeppesen Field House, the Miami
five were successful in upsetting the home court
winning streak to give the Cougaris their second
season defeat, 72-63.
The Missouri Valley Conference opener found
the Cougars supporting a 3-2 non-conference
record and playing host to North Texas State. At
the close of the fourth quarter, North Texas had
fallen to the sharp-shooting Houston squad . . .
The Texas Aggies left their home court to visit
the Houston squad for their second seasonal
encounter. Bounding from basket to basket, the
cage contest was a toss-up until the final seconds
of play. Holding to a slim two point margin, the
Cougars took their second defeat from the Aggie
The slim marginal losses continued for the Big
Reds when Wichita invaded the Houston campus
and landed a six point win, 69-63. The Houston
Cougars now supported a 1-1 conference record.
To conclude a five game home stretch, Tulsa fell
to the sharpshooters from the Texas team, 68-62.
Pete Markle flips in a rebound against North Texas in Jeppesen
Glen, Ellyn, Ill.
It's Pete Markle again, this time pouncing on a loose ball as Norman Tuffli f20J, Bill Hathaway f42l, and Ted Luckenbill i341
eye the bouncing sphere.
To St. Louis the Red and White traveled only to take a
twenty point whipping, 76-46, But, the Houston team was
determined for a win before returning to the Lone Star State.
Meeting Drake on their home court, the Big Reds edged a win
Oklahoma City 'dropped a non-conference contest 80-73,
before a capacity crowd at Jeppesen Field House.
Facing Miami on their Florida court, the Houston Cougars
pulled their second straight non-conference win 88-79. ln the
third non-conference game Loyola, Louisiana, won 63-61.
The Cougars dropped their third conference loss to Wichita,
the same squad who handed them their first conference defeat
in January. The score was 74-65.
Back to non-conference play, the UH Cougars traveled to
Oklahoma City where they won 80-69.
"Steady, it's rolling!", Gary Phillips C54-J
seems to be telling teammate Bill Hath-
Returning to home courts, the Cougars entertained Sam
Houston and soundly defeated them 92-53 before going back
on the road.
The Cougars then tackled Cincinnati, the number one team
in the nation, and held the score to a very respectable 67-55.
Following suit, the U. of H. five then met second rated team
in the nation, Bradley, and were defeated 78-57.
Still on the road, the Cougars suffered their third straight
loss as they battled Tulsa to a 59-58 squeaker.
In their final out-of-town conference game the Cougars
broke their losing streak by trouncing North Texas 86-64.
Back on their home court, the Cougars employed a man-to-
man defense against Cincinnati as Gary Phillips limited
Cincinnatiis Oscar Robertson's points. But the Eastern team
was victorious in the end as they defeated the Cougars 57-47.
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ball. Above, Oscar Robertson takes to the air to the bewilderment of
During the final encounter with Bradley, our boy Ted spotted the elusive
ball making its merry way across the court.
F armington, Mo.
Bradley's Wodka grabbed the free ball and then amazed Luckenbill by sitting down
for . . . a game of jacks?
North Texas State cagers see another two points drop through the hoop as U. '
In their second meeting of the year, the
Cougars pulled one of the biggest upsets
in collegiate basketball play as they
soundly defeated Bradley, still second-
rated team in the nation, by a 63-58 score.
The nationally rated St. Louis cagers
proved to be too much for the Houston
five defeating the Cougars 78-57.
Playing their last game of the season,
the Cougars employed all their past ex-
perience of the season and downed Drake
of H. wins its first MVC game of the season.
New York, N.Y.
Wood River, Ill.
Bryan Schisler swivels before passing the ball around .QI Saunders of
Bradley during a game that dropped Bradley from their second spot
in the nation.
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Led by such outstanding field and track men as Al Lawrence,
John Macy, Ollan Cassell, Pat Clohessy, and Barrie Almond
to mention a few, it is no wonder that Coach John W. Morriss'
team Won track meets, was named the outstanding team at the
Texas Relays, and had track members place in meets through-
out the country.
Probably the best showing of the season by the Cougar
trackmen was at the Border Olympics, where U. of H. won
second place in one of the most competitive track and field
events in the nation. Fielding one of the best cross-country
teams in the history of the school, the Cougars captured several
first places in meets all over the country. The cross-country
team was always sure to place at least two runners in the first
five spots of the event.
Up to this year, the Cougar cindermen could not boast of
having won a first at the Texas Relays, but the jinx was broken
this year as Macy won the 5000 meter event in a new collegiate
record of l4:36.3. Adding a terrific amount of fame and
prestige to the team was Lawrence, who won a berth represent-
ing Australia on the Olympic Team. His versatility ranged
from running cross-country to holding the American national
indoor two and three mile records.
Living up to the title of Hflutstanding Teamv given to them
by sportswriters at the Texas Relays, they captured more than
half of the 16 events in the Missouri Valley Conference Relays
to win the conference by a decisive margin.
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Shamrock Athletic Clubg Reggie Darley, George Rankin, Miss Jane Buechler, queen of the championshipsg John Macy, runner-upg Coach
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GAMES AND SCORES
Texas A8z1VI 2
.--.- Minnesota 5
Okla. State 0
Okla. State 1
Texas Lutheran 6
Texas Lutheran 4
Texas Lutheran 10
..-.- Sam Houston 10
Sam Houston 5
-- Sam Houston 0
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9'Missouri Valley Conference Games
A darkhorse Cougar nine climbed the
ranks, only to slip before clinohing the
NCAA World Series. - '
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against any kind of curve ball.
Bunky Caldwell keeps his eyes on the ball during practice.
Bubba Wagner, catcher, sees a hit from close-up.
Sparked by opening victories against the Aggies
and Minnesota, the Red and White managed a 6-1
conference win-loss season. Tulsa, Wichita, and
Cincinnati fell beneath the Big Red wood as Houston
advanced to secure the Missouri Valley Conference
With the MVC southern division championship
clutched in their gloves, the Cougars sought and suc-
ceeded in winning their sixth western division pennant
by defeating Cincinnati in a sudden-death 5-2 base-
Pushing toward a national championship, the
Cougars journeyed to Austin and the University of
Texas where they met and defeated the Southwest
Conference champs, 4-2.
The hard-hitting team of Arizona State was next.
The Cougar nine had bounded from nowhere to the
top of collegiate baseball where they were now
battling for a World Series Championship.
In the opener, a two run ninth inning rally failed
to best the Arizona team, and Houston took defeat
A two-of-three game series, Houstorfs hopes rested
on game two. However, things went from dim to
dark as Big Red was unable to score but 4 runs, while
Arizona crossed 6.
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Pete Markle, Bubba Wagner fco-captainl, Freddie Green, Cary Nelson fco-captainl, Buddy Garidel and Max Wilson.
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Playing both infield and outfield, Bucky Watkins was
voted Outstanding Sophomore player.
SENIOR PLAYERS FOR U. of H: Freddie Green, Bubba Wagner, Max Wilson, Cary Nelson, Buddy Garidel and Pete Markle.
Bunky hunts! Outfielder-Bunky Caldwell puts the infielders to work with a quick hunt.
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Qc to Gary Phillips and Judy Morriss discuss Hou.ston's win in the tournament. Houston, the hosting team, won overall champion,
N - 1 team medal play honors, and placed Larry Beck and Homero Blancas in a tie with Don Essig of L.S.U. for individual honors.
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Homero Blancas speeds the ball on its way
toward the cup from along the fairway.
,The Cougar golf team coached by Dave Williams,
lived up to its expectations this year as they swept
first place team awards in every tournament they en-
tered with the exception of the Southern Intercollegiate
Invitational held in Georgia.
The Cougars distinguished themselves as the top
collegiate team in the nation when they captured the
NII Tournament, played this year in Houston.
Two impressionable victories of theseason were
the sweeping of the Border Olympics and the Missouri
Valley Conference tournament. Tournaments in which
the Cougars won first place team trophies were the
Texas Cup Invitational, the Jasper Country Club
Invitational Golf Tournament, the Tucker Invita-
tional and the Lake Charles Invitational Tournament.
Other feats accomplished by team members in-
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a top spot in the IVIaster's amateur section won by
Crawford. Blancas distinguished himself by winning
the City Invitational Golf Championship and the Free-
port Chamber of Commerce Tournament.
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MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS-Kneeling: Joe Kuykendall, Adan Lopez. Standing: Harry Parten, Richard
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Winning their eighth crown in ten years at the
Missouri Valley Conference Tennis Tournament, the
Cougars displayed power and depth, losing only one
of seventeen matches. They copped four singles and two
Matches played during the season included the Rice
Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament, the River Uaks
Tournament, the Buccaneer Day Tournament, a match
with St. Edwards College, a match with L.S.U. and two
Harry Patten, the man across
the net, took many awards in
behalf of Houston.
matches with Lamar Tech. Two practice matches were
scheduled with the Cougar Exes and one with the Brooke
Army Medical Center.
Play throughout the season showed Harry Parten and
Adan Lopez pacing the team with several wins from the
stiffest of opposition. The season wrap-up and final
competition for the racketeers is in the form of the NCAA
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Coach Harold Laharis boys took a 21-7 decision over the
exes this year. The score represents the largest difference
ever tallied in a varsity-ex game and gave the Cougars a 3-1
The lone exes' touchdown came as a finale to a series of
passes from the arm of Don Flynn. Flynn tossed from the
varsity one yard line to Bob Borah for 6 points and Ken
Hawkins kicked the extra point. Hawkins was the first man
in UH history to kick the extra point.
Scampering across to the end zone for the Cougars were
Johnny Semian, Billy Richardson, and Billy Roland. The
first touchdown came when Richardson caught a pass from
Larry Lindsey. Center, Johnny Sernian then intercepted a
pass from Don Flynn and moved it across for the second
score. Another intercepted Flynn pass placed the varsity in
position to score their final touchdown. Quarterback Billy
Roland covered 15 yards on a keeper to cinch the game.
It was announced earlier in the year that the Cougars
would drop out of the Missouri Valley Conference. A new
era is possibly in the making as the University of Houston
will be playing as an "Independent" The action seen in this
game gave the fans a good idea of what to expect during the
Andy Anderson accepts the trophy for
the Ralph A. Johnston 1600 meter
relay, won by Houston.
The Ralph Dunwoody 5000 meter
run award goes to Al-Lawrence.
Mayor Lewis Cutrer with Meet of
Champions' Queens: Kay Nelson, Cathy
Aires, Leah Richiter, Judy Morriss.
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Row: Gerry Friedman, Becky Fendley.
BADMINTON DOUBLES-It was Chi Omega's .ludy Tussing
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OUTSTANDING SPORTSWOMAN AWARD 1959-1960
A new award offered this year for the first time and won by
FOOTBALL-Pi K A's won-First Row: Larry Pruitt, Marshall Newcomb, Jr., Richard F. Sewell, Burt Sluyock,
Galon McCoin. Second Row: Maurice Williams, 0. J. Joyce, Jimmy Raatz, Bruce Moore, Stuart Van Eman, Doug
Petitt, Ronnie Cribbs.
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VOLLEYBALL4First Row: Eddie Gore, Bill McStranick, Jack Watson. Second Row: "Tex"
Alsheikh, Dave Podsednik, Louis A. Biles, Jr., Ed Kadlecek.
VOLLEYBALL-First Row: Judy Pittman, Sallie Stelfox, Judy Tussing, Janice Johnstone. Second
Row: Valerie Daunoy, Madeleine Eaels, Dian Doyen, Pamela Williams.
TENNIS DOUBLES-Pictured is Larry,Brennerg his partner
was Spencer Youell.
GREEK BASKETBALL WINNERS-Pi K A's team-First Row: Burt Shrydck,
Richard F. Sewell, Bruce Moore, Gallon McCoin, Stuart Vaneman. Second Row:
gi W. Wood, Jim Kleiner, Al Whittington, Marshall Newcomb, Jr., Ben Tabor, Doug
BADMINTON MIXED DOUBLES-Adan Lopez and Grace
TENNIS SINGLES-Grace Everitt is the champ.
lymp ic Team
JOHN MACY, Cross Country.
BOBBY WEISE, Discus- AL LAWRENCE, Cross Country and Mile.
BOB PETERS, District 6 team.
GARY PHILLIPS, Basketball, 2nd team A11-American, with coaches Guy Lewis
and Harvey Pate.
GARY "the Ghost" in action.
BOB PRATT, Golf All-American 2nd team.
RICHARD CRAWFORD, Defending National Champion.
JACKY CUPIT, Golf lst team.
CARIN CONE, holder of national and world records, glides through the water.
Holder of many honors for her back-
stroke, Carin Cone sets records as easily
as dog-paddling. .
During the Senior National Women's
Championship in Redding, Calif., she set
a world's record in the 220 Backstroke.
As a member of the Olympic team she
tied for the fastest time in the 100 meter
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The Top Ten Outstanding Students are selected on the basis of
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sity of Houston. Nominations of qualified students of junior or senior
classification are made by campus organizations. Election is by secret
ballot of two committees. One committee is composed of the Univer-
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in adcli' 'having served as speaker of the
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the Northwestern University ' ehate
Tournament. Richard is a scholar aso, aving
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Scholarship and to the Deanls List.
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TOP OF THE MARK CLUB 39'
Honoree, Rice Institute Rondelet.
MARY HERMAN ' DIANNE J ONES,
Honoree, St. Themas Mardi Gras. Honoree, Texas ASzM Cotton Ball
Coed of the Yearg
Honoree, SMU Manada.
Representative, East Texas Forestry Exposition.
Representative, Stephen F. Austin College
As Yearbook olitor, fll Remember
. . Things
. . . the office, eternally in a state of confusion.
lopg, daily hike from the Zeke Building to the jouralism department.
trips to the publishers in Dallas.
look of the campus at sunrise after an all-night work session on the book.
. . People
Ross and the wise counsel he could always be counted on to give.
Strader and the ease with which he could be approached on any subject.
Mrs. HV" for her understanding and immeasurable help.
Millie for her unique way of appearing to lose her temper without really losing
it and the long hours we put in together.
John for his dependability, his subtle way of getting things done and his pains-
taking care on the sports section.
Ann, Faye Beth and Sandra for pitching in after an already full day at their
Kathryn and Meredith for giving so much of their time and talent during the
last deadline week.
Steve from Texas University and Alfred from Texas ASIM for forgetting school
rivalry to help us complete our yearbook.
Aleene for her concern over the advertising section.
Cathy for lending a hand whenever she had a few minutes to spare from her
duties as COUGAR editor.
All the photographers, each for a particular reason:
. . Roy for working all night on many occasions to get pictures ready for our
. . Ted for finding time to shoot pictures for us when he had his hands full
on other jobs.
Stu for his ability to give and take criticism and then forgive and forget
Jack for his determination to do a good job.
Mike for his teasing and his efforts to get a particular picture under unusual
Ray and Don for their efficiency and readiness to take a last-minute as-
signment even though it meant foregoing their personal pleasure or other
Barry for re-arranging his schedule to pose for a picture rather than take
staff, with special thanks to Eddie Bond, Marilyn Vestal, Bruce Moore,
Sonny Moore, Carolyn Johnson, Sabra Hall, Edwene Gaines, Janell Milling,
Kenneth Elliott and Ronnie Meldrum.
The Houston Chamber of Commerce for their help on the Houston section.
"Chief7' Mitchell for the loan of his personal collection of pictures for the Fiesta
Chief Bakeris office and the Maintenance Department for their aid on numerous
The Journalism Building janitors for somehow being able to distinguish between
important scraps of paper lying on the floor of the office and unimportant
' ' d f ation through a hectic, but
The entire campus for its overall attltu e o cooper
happy, year. f
Abadie, Erwin Isaac-
Abdullah, Hassan Fouad
Abel, Wilma Sidonia-
Abell, Nell Boylan-76
Abmeyer, Jon Wilbert-
Abshier, Roy Baker-256
Abu, Shaaban Farouk
Adamo, Michael Joe-58
, Gaye-228, 237
Adams, George Charles
Adams, Glenn Charles-
67, 211, 297
Adams, James Francis-
Adams, James Kent-58
Aguilo, Miguel Diaz-46,
Aiken, Emily Jane-217
Aires, Catherine V.-250
Albgo, Ward Sloan III-
Alderman, Donald Bruce
Aldrich, Frederick N. H1
Alexander, Jane Sims-
46, 211, 250
Alexander, Joe Bailey-
Alexander, Margaret L.
Allbright, Thomas Leon
Allbritton, Dale Lee-46
Allen, Bem Price Jr.-
Allen, Douglas Philip-
Allen, James Lee-67
Allen, John Dave Jr.-67
Allison, Joan Mabel C.
Allstott, Jerry Lee-58
Arnim, Larry Milton-
Arnold, Jerry Neal-134,
Arp, Carl George-46
Arps, Carol Ann-46,
Asher, Jerry Lee-230
Ashley, O. James Jr.-
Astrich, Eddie S. Jr.-
Atchison, L. B.-46
Atchley, Barbara Kay-
Atsinger, Ernest C. Jr.
Atsinger, Louis E.-278
Austin, Clyde Neal-204
Autrgg, Lyda Somervill
Aven, Bill Bural-
Avent, George Jacob-
Avery, Billy Joe-285
Avery, William Richard
Avis, Beverly Gene-
Ayars, William John-
Ayles, Earl Murphey-
Ayres, Jonathan L.-308
Bacarisse, Virginia Lois
Bailey, Raymond Gerald
Bakenhus, Frederick A.
Baker, David John-46
Baker, Helen Mary-144,
Baldwin, Anne Stephanie
Baldwin, Bob Lee-298
Bales, Eleanor Sue-235,
Ball, William David-
Bammel, Carol Ann-59
Almond, Clive Barrie-
Alsheikh, Hazim Abdulla
Anders, Donald Ray-67
Anderson, John Martin
Andreason, Vilma J ean
Andrews, Robert Newton
Angst, Lonnie Wallis-
Anselmo, Charles Joseph
58, 211, 299
Antill, Sharon Elaine-
Armstrong, Kathleen V.
Bang, Ethelynn Dianne
Banks, Judy Ann-59,
Barber, Don Alan-127
Barber, Sally Bee-287
Barber, Wanda Kay-46,
Barfield, Charles H.-
Barfield, Jol1n Richard-
Barmore, J oan-238
Barnes, Anne R. Shaw-
Barnes, Betty Ann-46,
Barnes, Charles Billy-
Barnes, Claude Brinton
Barnes, Juanita Ann-76
Barnett, Donald Marvin
Barrett, Lawrence Robert
Barrow. Joseph Trout-
Barth, Carolyn Ann-59
Bartlett, Alan Leigh-
Bartlett, Virginia L.-
Barton, Donald Brooks-
Bass, Burton Dean-264
Battaglia, Josephine A.
-67, 117, 120, 246
Bauer, Seymour Elliot-
Bauerle, Barbara Jane-
Baugh, Hollis Alford-
Baumgarten, Roger Lee
-59, 200, 204
Bauscher, William Allen
Baxter, Billy Keith-76
Bazile, Thomas Michael
Beakley, Billy-211 , 280,
Bean, Barbara L. V.-91
Beason, Ruby Faye-76
Beck, Eva Carol-76
Becker, John Rohrer-
134, 209, 232, 252, 253,
Becnel, Leo John-298
Beechner, Paul F. Jr.-
Beeley, Robert Alfred-
Belin, Gary Oliver-262
Bell, Michael Palmer-
Benefiel, Shirley Jane-
Bennatt, Robert M. Jr.-
Bennett, Archie Jr.-213,
Bennett, Georgia Annetta
Bennett, Jerry Jefferson
Bennett, Thomas Ray-
Benson Bett Jeanne W.
Berberian, Katherine N.
-47, 138, 246
Berent, Ruhi Rustu-68,
Berg, Alan Harry-
Berg, Charles Aaron-
Berg, Howard Siebert-
Bergeron, Robert Joseph
Berman, Arlene Gladys
Berman, Ida Sue-47
BiglJY, John William Jr.
Biggers, Laura Ross-59
Biles, Louis A. Jr.-258
Binion, Stanley Bond-
Birdwell, Daniel Lee-
Bishop, Dennis Frank-
Bishop, Patsy R. Flowers
Biundo, Bruce Vincent-
Biundo, Joseph James
Jr.-76, 152, 207, 210,
258, 286, 299
Black, Allan Leroy-59
Black, David Barrow-
Black, Forrest Edward
Black, John Henry-289
Black, Richard Pat-264
Blackstone, Raymond L.
-76, 224, 227, 229,
Blake, Francis Eugene-
Blancas, Homero, Jr.-
Blanco, Ricardo Augusto
Blanon, Jeannean Burns
Blattel, Walter Joseph-
Blaylock, Jerome Wayne
-211, 229, 242, 252,
Blend, Henrietta B.-68
Blome, William Lewis-
Bloodworth, James Oliver
Blount, Charles Dwain-
Blythe, Mary Ann-200
Bodden, Bari Bryce-47,
Bodine, Bernie Ray-68
Bodmer, James Ellis-76
Bogart, John Newton-
Boggs, Carolyn A. Hal-
Bolger, Nita Louisa-59,
134, 235, 238
Bolin, Kenneth Doyle-
Boll, Neil Walter-59,
Bond, Charles Dewayne
Bond, Eddie Dulen-76,
200, 204, 211, 226, 285,
Bond, Jeannine Gertrude
Bonefas, William John-
Bonner, Edna Gene-246
Bonno, Joseph Paul-59,
Booher, John Oliver-47
Boongi James Carter Jr.
Borchardt, Clifford C.-
Bork, John Erik-59,
Born, Lee Carroll-229,
Bosse, William Rein-
Boston, Kirby Lee-59
Boswell, John Howard-
Boudreaux, Denise K.-
47, 217, 235, 250
Bourgeois, Jerome D.-
Bourquardez, Wayne H.
Bowers, Drebon Ray-
Bowman, Dennis William
-211, 252, 264
Boyd, Jim Allen-68,
207, 208, 211, 275, 279,
Boykin, Charlotte Ann-
Brack, Leroy Samuel-
Brackett, William Quinn
Bradberry, Abby D.
Bradley, John Bourland
Bradley, Karen Faye-47
Bradley, Stanley Griffin
Branson, Robert John-
Braren, Ernest George-
Braun, Robert John-59
Brewer, James Timothy
Brewer, Jerry Eugene-
Bricken, William Bryan
Bridges, Barbara Lee-
Bridges, Thomas Lee-
Bridier, Shirley Ann-
Briedel, Jake J.-266
Briggs, Dean Maynard-
Britt, Ben Nelson-59,
252, 253, 256
Adventure Tour Map
American Hat Company
American Title Guaranty Company
Atlas Pipe Company
Avalon Drug Company
Bess High Florist
Bank of the Southwest
Bank of Texas
Britain Electric Company
Brown Oil Tool Company
Cactus Petroleum, Inc.
Cameron Iron Works, Inc.
Capital Title Company, Inc.
Cecil B. Lee Academy oi Charm 81 Modeling
Champion Paper 81 Fiber Company
Chuck Davis Chevrolet Company
Dee Brass, Inc.
East End State Bank
Eddy Refining Company
First City National Bank
First Mortgage Company of Houston
Football Page Sigs. 430,
Gaylord Stickle Company
George Alan Company, Inc.
Geo. E. Failing Company
Great Southern Life Insurance Company
Gulf Printing Company '
Hahn 81 Clay Machinery 81 Boiler Works
Hamilton Supply Corporation
Hamman Oil 81 Refining Company
Hammettls Auto Bake
Harrisburg Motor Parts
Harrison Equipment Company, Inc.
Hawkins 81 Hawkins
Higbee 81 Mitchell
Houston Cigar Company
Houston Bank 81 Trust Company
Houston Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Houston Lighting 81 Power Company
Houston National Bank
Houston Natural Gas Company
Houston Transit Company
Hughes Tool Company
Humble Oil Company
Hunt Tool Company
Indianapolis Life Insurance Company
Industrial Scientific, Inc.
.Iesse H. .lones Interests
King Center Drive-In
L. L. Riclgway Company
Langham, Langston, Burnett
Martay Packing Company
Michel T. Halbouty
Ben Milam Hotel
Milwhite Mud Sales
Mission Manufacturing Company
National Bank of Commerce
Oak Farms Dairy
One's A Meal
Palmer-Houck Chemical Corp.
Parker Brothers 81 Company,
Patterson Studios, Inc.
Peden Iron 81 Steel Company
Prince's Drive Inn
Shaffer Tool Works
Shell Oil Company
Slater Food Service
Sound Equipment, Inc.
South End Building Materials
South Texas Producers Association
Southwestern Camera Company
Southwestern Savings 81 Loan Association
T. I. Bettes Company
Texas Ice 81 Fuel Company
Texas National Bank
The Dow Chemical Company
The Maple Room
The Rainbow Inn Motor Hotel
The Superior Oil Company
The Texas Company
United Gas Company
W. D. Haclen Company
W. H. Curtin 81 Company
Wallace Duplicator Company
Waukesha Sales 81 Service
Wessendorff Nehns Company
Wilson Stationery 81 Printing Company
Wyatt Metal 81 Boiler Works
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Brittian, Jo Egray-4.7
Brodnax, Charles Troy-
76, 275, 279
Brooks, Harry Louis Jr.
Brooks, Richard Alan-
Brooks, Tensie Ann-59
Brooks, Terry Lee-59
Brown, Byron Benjamin
Brown, Carmie Joseph-
Brown, Carroll Bennett
Brown, Charles Robert-
Brown, James Stanley-
Brown, Jerry Wayne-68
Brown, , Robert Edward
Brown, William Paul-
Browne, Drew Arthur-
Brukner, John Shields-
Brumley, Windell Yvon
Bruner, Carolyn Mae-
Bryan, Robert Michael-
Buchanan, Jean Ann-
Buchanan, Olive Jane-
47, 211, 242
Buchanan, William Rice
Buchta, Ervin Alois-47
Buchta Raymond Frank
Buell, Janet J Isbell-296
Bumstead, Jacob Frank-
Burger, Theodore F. Jr.
Burgin, Patricia Jane-
Burke, Cynthia Mary-
Burke, David Lee-47
Burke, Helen R. Christie
Burkhalter, Milton Bryan
Burkhardt, Sandra Eileen
Burmeister, Gerry Ellen
Burnett, Carolyn Jo-134
Burns, Robert Francis-
Burns, Ronald Eugene-
Burns, Tommy Patrick
Burrer, Victor Jr.-47,
Burrows, Kenneth E. Jr.
-60, 234, 299
Busch, Brenda Joyce-
Busch, Willy C. P.-77
Buschardt, Bolling E. Jr.
Butler, Marilyn Ann--
Butler, Robert Dean Jr.
Butterfield, Frank D.-
Butts, Ruth Nell-47,
Bybee, Mary Susan-77
Byers, Norman F.-291
Cable, Reba Estes-77
Judith J ean-4-7,
Caffrey, Charles Marion
-77, 306, 307, 321
Cain, John James'-93,
Howard-77, 152, 155,
Caliva, Ann Jacquelyn-
Callender, Don Robert-
Callier, Sterling Grimes
Callman, Charles M.-
Calvert, Ian Arbuckle-
Calvert, Robert Don-
Campbell, Billy Joe-68
Campbell, Clarence R.-
Campisi, Joseph Francis
Canniff, Joe Harry-77
Cannon, Effie C. Ogden
Cannon, Elizabeth Ann-
Cannon, Glenn Wesley
Carey, John Edward-48
Carl, Tom Stewart-252,
Carlson, Caryl Jean-48,
Carlson, Odell Pauline
Carmichael, Keith S.-
77, 278, 279
Carney, John J.-77
Carpenter, Dorina Jo-
Carpenter, Jimmie Gene
Carpio, Eusebio Carvajal
Carr, Kenneth John-223
Wayne-68, 211, 286,
Carriker, Fred Ketner-
Carroll, Louis D.-93,
Cart, Blufford Joseph
Jr.-77, 286, 299
Cary, Thomas Lee-77,
Casas, Virginia Trevino
Cassell, Ollan Conn-
Castellanos, Leo John-
Catalan, Nathan -77,
Cato, James Arthur-
Caudillo, Manuel J r.-77
Cerny, Jacquelyn Alois
Chalmers, John Colin-
Chalmers, Ray Mc-
Chaloupka, Miloslav J .
Chan Tak Foo, Aloysius
Chandler, Jo Ann-77
Chandler, Willie Don-
Chapin, John Thomas-
Chapman, Robert Glenn
Charleville, Gervie Ann
Charrin, Jack Rene-229,
Cheaney, Phyllis Lynn-
Cheshire, Ned Brownley
-68, 282- V
Childress, Mercer Dana
Chiodo, Rosalie Ann-
1o6, 117, 122, 124, 237,
Chrisman, Clark M. Jr.
Christy, Anna Louise-
Chrone, India Ladelle-
Church, Daniel W. III
Ciulla, Bernard Anthony
Claghorn, Margaret C.-
Clarazblut, George Sidney
Clardy, Charles Robert-
Clark, Lucia Gertrude-
Clark, Risha Simone-
Clark, William Cullen
Clauder, Hershel Edward
Clayton, Patricia Anne-
Clerc, Milton Rene-229
Cleveland, William D.-Q
Clevenger, Alvah Lovell
Click, Rita Maurine M.
Clifton, Shirley Anne-
48, 248, 379 .
Andrew - 335, 336,
Coffman, John Edward
Coffman, Nancy Carolyn
Coffman, Patricia Lorene
Cogburn, Charlie C. Jr.
Colby, Fred Leon-77
Cole, Aubrey Pruitt-68
Cole, Dale Vadin-60
Cole, James Wiley-60,
Collins, Thomas - 48,
Colvin, James Reginald
-307, 321, 323
Coman, Joseph Michael
Cone, Carin Alice-134,
Conklin, Lawrence A.-
Conlon, Jon Richey-229
Cook, Eugene Augustus
-68, 152, 210, 292,
Cook, Jackie Lee-60
Cooksey, Marvin Glenn
-91, 210, 270
Coombes, Robert Earl-
Cooper, Gary Lynn-268
Corley, Edmond W. III
-68, 274, 277, 279
Cornett, James Elmer Jr.
-78, 280, 281
Corp, Maury Henry-
Costa, Philip Vincent
Cotton, Ernest Ray-68
Coward, William Rex-
Cowsert, Felix Elisha Jr.
Cox, John Max-91
Crager, Minor Beckett-
Craig, Judith Lynn-221-4
Cranford, Danny Joe-
Crawford, Darwin Earl-
Crenshaw, Patricia M.-
Crenwelge, Otto Emil
Jr.-68, 128, 270, 271
Cress, Glen Herbert III
Cribbs, Ronald Glenn-
Crim, Duane Melvin-
68, 211, 304
Crittenden, Velmont S.
Crockett, Marcia V.-
60, 211, 24-4
Crockett, William E. Jr.
Crook, Anne Florence-
Crowell, Linda Kay-48
Crozier, Paul Hugh-
Crum, Algie Jones-78
Cruse, Linda Alice-48,
Crutcher, Charles Lee-
Cruz, Fernando III-69
Cucehiara, Charles J.-
Cudd, Tommy Green-
Cull, Herbert Graham-
Culotta, Joseph Philip-
Culver, Larry Eugene-
Cundiff, Charles Lee-
Cunha, Thomaz Ulysses
Cupit, Jacky Douglas-
Cuppy, William Russell
Cutting, Jean Alice-69
Cyphers, Phillip Lasalle
Daffin, Barbara Jo-4-8
Daidone, Rosemarie A.
Dalal, Nalinkant J.-203
Dalton, Charles - 278,
Daly, Mary Ann Beck-
Danielson, Richard John
Danner, Ira Joseph-48
Kenneth-78, 306, 338
Daughety, Michael Jewel
Daunoy, Valerie Andree
Davies, Genevieve Evelyn
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a familiar arrival. And if you live in this great Texas
Gulf Coast area, it will represent electric service
from an investor-owned, tax-paying utility-Houston
Lighting Xl Power Company. You'll ,discover that
electric rates are among the nation's lowest, and
through the years, as you add household electrical
servants to make living better, you'll find electricity
to be always dependable, plentiful and economical.
As for now, please accept our congratulations on
your achievement and best wishes for a successful
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ecl mofel rooms wi+h wall Io wall carpef-
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groups of 60. Swimming pool.
Rainbow Room Resfauranl fealuring
fine food and special cafering. WarmI'I1
and 'friendliness prevailing for Ihe clis-
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HOUSTON NATURAL GAS SYSTEM
SERVING HOME AND INDUSTRY ON THE TEXAS GULF COAST
Davig, William Allen-
Davis, Bland Burrell-
Davis, Donald Harold-
Davis, Donnie Doyle-
Davis, Kenneth Willard
Davis, Miki-211, 299
Davis, Tommy Alson Jr.
Dawson, Donald Roy-
Day, Ely Roten-91
Day, Patricia Jane-237
Day, Sally Elizabeth-
58, 60, 232, 242, 377
Dean, Thelma Bond-78
Degcko, Arthur Dennis-
Deen, Gerald Keith-60
Defoy, Walter Josin-
Delaney, Kenneth Ray-
Delgado, Richard T.-
Deloney, Len Thomas Jr.
Denley, Cecil Franklin
Denson, Elizabeth Diane
Denson, Marjorie Ellis-
Dent, Beverly Anne-
Depasqual, Donald V. Jr.
Deskins, John Wesley-
Dessens, Charles Wayne
Devaney, Harold Barton
Dewald, Thomas Lester
Diamond, Harry Joseph
Dickerson, Marvin James
Dickson, Jerry Ervin-
Dietz, Brenda-211, 242
Dill, Elsia Lucile Foust
-78, 153, 287
Dirnmick, Darol Lee-
232, 234, 290
Dipuccio, Charles Arthur
Dishron, Joe Fowler-
Dismukes, Mary Martha
Dittloff, Wayne Anthony
Dixon, Thomas Hume Jr.
Dixon, Virgil Leche Jr.
Dobat, Gayle Ruth-242,
Dobay, Joseph-48, 229
Dockal, Cynthia Frances
Dodson, Billye L. Miller
Doerge, Julie Ann-236
Dohrman, Gayle Delee-
Dold, William Eric-78
Dollase, Edward Arnold
Dominy, Nelna June-
Donisi, Thomas Emilo-
Dooley, William Everett
-129, 273, 301
Dornak, Margaret Ann-
Dorsett, Charles Randall
Dorsey, Eleanor Mary-
Dorsey, Loretta Ann-49
Doucette, David Crowell
Douglas, Mack Temple-
Dowdy, Patricia Nell-
Dowdy, Teresa Ann-60,
Downs, Robert John Jr.
Downs, William Troy-
Doyen, Diane-58, 130,
206, 2413, 296
Dozier, Watt William-
Drain, Thomas Stan-
Drake, George Wilson
Drake, Irving Richardson
Draper, Walter David-
Draughn, Joe Lenn-60,
Dubois, Boyce Lelen-69
Dudley, Evelyn I. Gibbs
Dulany, George Benjamin
Dunk, Waldo Edwards-
Dunkin, Gloria J ean-49
Durden, Lloyd Winston
Durham, Harry Elliott-
Dusek, Eugene Albert-
Dutton, Stafford C. Jr.
Eads, Madeline Karen-
Eager, James Leslie-69
Eagleson, Gerald Glenn
Easley, Carolyn Joann-
Easley, John Garrison-
Echazarreta, Lydia Ruby
Eckhardt, Barbara Jean
Eckert, Linda Leah-206
Edens, Frank Newton-
Edge, Gerald Wayne-
Edson, Mary Beal-294
Edwards, Don Allan-
46, 104, 270
Edwards, Grace Holbrook
Edwards, Judy Van-244
Edwards, Larry Eugene
Edwards, Margaret Ann
-49, 114, 246
Edwards, W. Dewaine-
Eisworth, Michael John
Eklund, Joe Lynn-49
Elder, James Thomas-
Eledge, Arnold Ray-49
Ellis, James McBride-
Endlich, Ben Alfred-
Engel, John Edward Jr.
Engel, Robert Joseph-
Enyeart, Gerald W. Jr.
Epps, Raymond Riley-
Epps, Walter Anthony-
Erdil, Nebahat Necibe--
Ervin, Robert Lee-78
Eslinger, Robert William
Etter, George IV-204
Evans, Gerald-60, 206
Evans, Howard Lee-323
Evans, Jerry Don-60,
Everett, George Browder
-78, 211, 286
Everitt, Grace Emma-
Fadal, Johnnie Jr.-286
Faden, Alan Jerome-73
Fagin, Stanley Irwin-
Faigle, Charles J. JL-
Farber, Louis Irwin-275
Farrar, William Edward
Farrell, James Richard-
Faught, Billy Dean-276
Faust, Sandra Lynn-49
F eagin, Thomas Wiley-
134, 306, 307, 312, 317
Felbinger, Anne Marie-
Feldman, Jerry David-
Felsman, Robert Aldrich
Fendley, Alice Rebecca
Ferguson, Barbara Ann
Ferguson, John Scott-
49, 211, 216
Ferrell, Wayne Dodson-
Fewell, Vernon Edwin-
Fields, John Roy-69
Fiene, Donald William-
Fife, Patricia Anne-206
Finch, Judson R.-290
Fine, Edith Iris-60
Finegan, Richard N.-
Bernard-79, 274, 278
Fisher, Johnny C.-304
Fisher, Nelson Augustus
Fisher, Virgil William-
Fitze, Harry Douglas Jr.
Fitze, Richard Thomas-
Flanagan, Gerald Ray-
Flannery, William T,-
Flinn, Nadene Selfridge
Flint, Robert Bruce Jr.
Floehr, Donald James-
Floyd, Darold Dean-79
Fluker, Edward Michael
Flynn, Eleanor Blanche
Flynn, Michael Xavier-
Fogle, Joseph Ray-49,
Fogt, David Clifford-79
Foltz, Ralph Lynn-266
Forbes, Elroy Westveer
Forcier, N'ormand Ernest
Fore, Jimmy Dee-297
Forshaw, Robert Lewis
Fouke, Harry Haydon
Fowler, Larry .Bruce-49
Fox, Betty Carolyn Blair
Franke, Joel Lee-204
Frankeny, Jerome Albert
Franks, Edward Gray-
Fratolill, Joseph F.-69,
Frederick, Daryl Emile
Free, Barbara Jean-61
F reitag, Ellis Joseph-
69, 134, 230, 232, 234-,
Freytag, Martha Belle-
Friedman, Estelle Ann-
Friedman, Geraldine -
49, 146, 244
Friedman, Robert Harry
Friou, James Samuel-
Fritsche, Herbert A. Jr.
Fritz, Agnes Jacqueline
F romer, Daniel-260
Fry, Louis True-256
Fuell, Frank Joseph-79,
Fuell, Patricia Sue Ozee
F ugman, Joan Catherine
Fullingim, John Samuel
Gabriel, Nancy Irene-
Gaddis, Frank January-
Gaffney, Jerome George
Gaines, Freeda Edwene
-150, 223, 283, 304
Gallagher, Lydia Kay-
61, 146, 14-8
Gallagher, Michael T.-
Gallamore, Fred Edwin
Ganter, Dorrance Lynn
Garcia, Ernest O.-79
Garcia, Maria Elia-79
Garcia, Raymond Thomas
Gard, Barbara Ann-242,
Garland, John Gilbert-
Garrett, Joan Elaine-61
Garrett, Sanford Quay
Gaudiano, Frances Marie
. Ben Milam Manager, CHARLES PERRY
Special welcome +o grads and undergracls A
a'I U. of H. Hospi'raIi'I'y HeacIquar+ers
. DANCES - . MEETINGS
. PARTIES . WEEKEND
. RECEPTIONS VACATIONS
. Accommoclafions for Parfies Up +o 300
. Delicious Food I
u Superb Service Down+own Hous+on's Only Heafecl 22
. Convenienl' Downfown Loca'I'ion Swimming Pool 55 E
. Reasonable Rai-es - IFF69 TO Hofel Guest, 2 f
. Covered Parking Garage I
. l007o Air Condifioning, TV, Radio
TEXAS AT CRAWFORD. HOUSTON
We produce a
of quick-cleaners and floor -finish products
for industry.. .detergents. ,Q--"-lgggwax 510 Taf+ JAck50n 9-3931
strippers. . .plastic floor f A ' ts. . . ii-AFT AT BUFFALO DRiVEi
steam-cleaning compo - XJ SJ 'X . .
concrete sealers. . . -' 9 XX, .
floor sealers. . .plwaoor l-Q-'I For seo.-
concrete cleaners. . .wax strip . . cleaning
compounds. . .floor waxers. . . ' ts. . .
plastic floor finishes. . .floor ,mgete
Sealers. . .concrete cleanerst- N' . HAMILTON
we formulate for private labels. .dugg SUPPLY CORPORATION
chemical specialties fort-EQ " -'name 1 Division of
use. a .using constant resecri. Black Hardware Company
Coast need.. .constant rf " 'earch 0 Pipe 2,0 M i- PO B 425
to fill every Gulf Coast need. . . ' .siiiimbing P2315 lERchard .2-i?4Icix
Our phone number IS .lAClCSOI"l 2-l438. .. . Miii Supplies QALENA PARK
Our address is 352l West Dallas. . . Houston. . . 0 Wire Products TEXAS
the multifarious manufacturer of chemical ' Screw Fffoducis
. , , , O Sporting Goods
specialties for industrial and home use. . . 3 Builders Hardware
O Abrasive Products
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PALMER-Houc:K CHEMICAL CORP. ',aETjj,,1'l,, A'p,Qi22f,c,,,
IT TAKES PEOPLE to convert pulpwood 1nto
paper. S0 thriving forests mean increasing job opportunities
for young Texans. By practicing and encouraging forest
conservation, Champion 1S helping to maintain these oppor
tunities for the graduate of today - and tomorrow.
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THE CHAMPION PAPEIEV AND FIBRE COMPANY
Manufacturers of pulp and paper from Texas forests
w. D, HADEN
Producers of Reef Oyster Shell
.Transit Mixed Concrete
Sand, Shell and Gravel
SIX RETAIL PLANTS
TO SERVE YOU IN HOUSTON
HOUSTON CIGAR CO., INC.
2506 CRAWFORD CA 2-62I9
AMPA One Source for Laboratory Supplies
HAV-A-TAMpA H. CURTIN 81
and HOUSTON O DALLAS
TAMPA NUGGETS NEW ORLEANS O JACKSONVILLE
Bank of the
Na+ionaI Associafion, Housion
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
This modern air-conditioned plant is the seat of Mission's research and develop-
ment. Mission products are used around the world in oilfields, mines, refineries,
and plants. This new plant, Missiorfs third in a quarter-century, is a reiiection
of the quality of Mission's products, the scope and completeness of its service.
Pistons - Piston Rods - Gland Packings - Liners - Liner Packing - Pump Valves and Seats - Slips
- Svlabs - Valves - Hammerdrils - Centrifugal Pumps - Duo-Ghek Valves - Conduit-Chek Valves
- Blanking Plugs - Soluble Plug Injectors.
IMHMIS Gionni si
1 H0llSf0l1, Texas
Gee, Gloria Luy Chua-
Gee, Jims-276, 282
Gelmis, Steven Andrew
Gentile, Fred J.-275
Gentry, Geneva Carol-V
Gentry, Margaret Ann-
Genzer, Carol Roseann-
George, Katherine J oncs
Germani, Thomas Fred-
Gher, Norman Owen-
Gibson, Don Houston-
Gidden, Judy Ann-50
Gifford, Doyle Wayne-
Gilbert, Betsy Karl-50
Gilbreath, Alice Marie--
Gillaspy, William R. lll
Gilley, Mary Alice-211,
Gilliam, Roland Ray Jr.
Ginther, Fergus Mahony
Glanzer, Janis Lee-50.
Gleinser, Leo Joseph-
Goad, Wanda E. Fowler
Godfrey, Frank Joseph-
79, 291, 803
Goebel, Ben Jr.-79
Gold, Ann Elizabeth-
50, 104, 125, 246
Gold, Elroy Benno-50,
Golden, Joe Allan-50
Golding, Patricia Faye-
Goldman, Jerald Douglas
Goldstein, Ben Zion-
Goodloe, Gail Edward
Goodner, Samuel Warren
-152, 207, 252, 253,
Goodrich, Judith Gail-
Goodrich, Nancy Marie
Goodwin, Robert Alan-
Gordon, Lance Ray-264
Gordy, Charlie Leon-
230, 232, 234, 254
Gore, Edward Barnard-
Gore, Mack Oren-79,
Gore, Roy Gerald-50
Gorzell, Fred John Jr.-
Gostecnik, Joyce Ann-
Gotsdiner, Sanford Yale
Gould, Steven David-61
Graham, Donald Knox-
Grand, Barbara Ann-50
Grant, Fo1Test Wayne-
Graves, Gary Wayne-
Graves, Sue Boykin-80
Gray, Pennie Sue-61
Gray, Susan Lavaughn-
Grayson, Charles Vester
Greathouse, Leo Edward
Green, Freddie Ray-
Green, Nowlin Lee-50
Green, Robert Bailey-
61, 214, 215, 216
Greene, James Aubrey-
61, 232, 295
Greene, John Lawrence
Gregory, Jack Woodrow
Gregory, James Leslie-
91, 111, 124, 126, 152,
155, 208, 209
Gregory, Walter Donald
Gretzer, Donald Lewis-
232, 234, 285
Grierson, Joseph B.-
Grim, Gerald Kenneth-
Grim.m, Nancy Carole-
Gritzbaugh, James M.-
Groke, Fred F.--234, 261
Grossberg, Marc Elias-
61, 211, 292, 308
Guenzel, David Lee-80
Guido, Adolph G.-298
Guidry, Ellen Janet M.
Gural, Ronald Andrew-
Gurin, Mariam R.
Gutierrez, Pedro Joaquin
Guynes, Benny Buck-
Haber, Anthony David-
Hadley, Charles King-
Hagan, James Martin-
Hainline, Bobbie Louise
-67, 69, 242
Haisler, William A. Jr.
Hall, Ethelyn Lurline-
Hall, Frank Herndon-
Hall, Jerry Linda-61
Hall, Joseph Anthony-
Hall, Sabra Sue-236
Hall, William Franklin-
Haltom, Henry Loyd-
Hamann, George T. Jr.
Hammer, Jack Theodore
Harnmerle, Virgil Paul-
Hammond, William L.-
Hamrnons, Loretta Lynn
Hancock, John Gaylon-
Hancock, Leslie Dewitt
Hankins, Ray Clyde-61
Hankins, Roy Clifford-
Hanna, Marcus Allen-
Hansen, Yvonne Franks
Hardin, Eva L. Smith-
Harf, Joseph Herman-
Hargrave, Robert Lee-
Hargrove, J acko-94, 288
Harlan, Ronald Wade-
Harper, Ira Glenn Jr.-
Harrington, Douglas Roy
Harrington, John Dennis
George M. H1-
Harrison, Karnig James
Morgan-129, 273, 301
Harrison, Paul Spencer
Harrison, Rebecca Sue-
Harsch, David Gerald-
Hartgrove, Billy Ray-69
Harton, Virgil Eugene-
Hartwick, Jacquelin A.
Harvley, David Lee-214
Hassell, Margie J.-61,
Hanson-80, 326, 327,
Haughton, Eugene Alfred
Hawkins, Eleanor Fay-
Hawkins, Floyd Allan-
Hawthome, Billy Joe-
Hayden, Jocelyn Sonia-
Hayes, Noel Aaron-80
Hayes, Peggy Lois Kelly
Hayes, Stuart Warren-
80, 203, 224, 227, 294
Hays, John Waller Jr.-
Hayward, Shirley Childs
Heallen, David Robert-
Heard, Thomas James-
Heath, Edward Allen-
80, 270, 294
Heath, Roy Calvin-80
Heaton, William Otto-
Heinrich, Darrell Craig
-70, 111, 115, 134,
229, 234, 264
Heinze, Wayne Allan-
Heit, George Martin-80
Heizer, Glenwood F. Jr.
Heldenfels, Hugo C. Jr.
Helfrich, Philip A.-279
Helms, James Fred-299
Hempel, James Edward
-61, 214, 215
Henderson, Archie A. Jr.
-62, 115, 269
Hendley, William Pat-
Hendrickson, Ned David
Henkhaus, Barbara Ruth
-75, 80, 152, 235, 246,
Hennessy, Obie C. III-
Hensley, Glenda Gilbert
Herman, Mary Bundy-
Hermann, Carol Ann-
Hernandez, Maria D.-
Herndon, Patricia Louise
Hess, Kenneth Darrell-
Hester, Jon Philip-262
Hewitt, Gay Lynn-51,
Heyland, Gary Gasper-
Hiatt, Ernest Boyd Jr.-
Hicks, Mildred Phillips
Higgins, Peter Webb-
Hightower, Robert Alton
Hill, Dennis Bruce-70
Hill, James Robert-70
Hill, John Irvin-80, 294
Hill, Linda Ann-296
Hill, Lowell Winston-
Hillegeist, Reynold Ben
Hillin, Linda Jean-70
Hillyer, Eddie Heeth-
200, 203, 214
Himmelstein, Randa Lee
Hinkle, Ruth Ellen-62,
Hirsch, Joel Stephen-51
Hirsch, Walter Carl Jr.
Hitchcock, Hulon Joe
Hobbs, John Frank-70
Hobizal, Dolores Ann-
80, 136, 146, 210, 237
Hochstein, J ulius-299
Hocott, Elaine-70, 126,
200, 204, 211, 235, 247
Hodell, Betty Marie-51,
Hodnett, Larry Lee-51
Hoffman, .lon Paul-51
Hoffman, Lynn Rae-62
Hoffman, Rosilyn Gay-
51, 211, 218
Hogan, Robert John-93,
Hohmann, Margaret Ann
Holbert, Janet Marie-
Holder, Carroll Hulon-
Holder, Cecil Lee-81,
152, 279, 280, 281
Holder, Dorothy L.
Holder, Joyce Loretta-
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Mexico City, Mexico
AND ERECTORS SINCE 1913
Houston and Wallis
Kelly, James Otis-94,
Hussein, Galal Abu-293 212 288
Holladay, W. Paul Jr.-
Hollahan. Edward Lee-
Holland, Boyace James
Holland, Lonnie Ray-
Holloway, Frank A. Jr.
Holsomhack, Joseph C.
Holt. Fred Russel Jr.-
Holt, Ralph Eugene-70
Holt, Richard George-
Jarvis, Billy -John-51 Laoamu, Leo Harold-52
Holt, William Randolph
-51, 226, 295, 297
Holuh, Marilyn Jo-51,
Holub, Tommie Colum-
bia-70, 151, 211, 215,
Hood, Benjamin H. Jr.-
62, 211, 275, 282
Hooks, Bernard John Jr.
Hooper, Ashley Lionel-
Hooper, George Murdoch
Hooper, John Tobe-94,
Hopfe, Dieter Hoist-62
Hopkin, Jo-hn Ross-264
Hopkins, Clinton E.-51
Hoppe, Ronald George-
Hopper, Max Dean-81
Horan, James Robert-62
Horn, Ruth Tackett-81
Horton, Monte Earl-81
Housworth, Jack Lewis-
Hover, Robert Earl Jr.
Howard, Betty Sue-137
Howard, Don Joseph-
Howard, John Wallace-
Howard, Philip Joseph-
Howell, Avery Lowell Jr.
Howell, Don Gene-51,
Howton, Jimmie Frank
Hoyt, Claudia McFarland
Hrna, Daniel Joseph-62,
Huang, Yu Hsiw-70
Hubbard, Lonnie Jean-
152, 235, 250
Hubbs, Hal Marshall-
Huber, Donald E.-81
Hudson, Carol May-70,
Hudson, Keith Carroll
Huebner, Bert Lewis-94
Huff, James Allen-258
Hull, James Fields-291
Hull, Jerry Don-295,
Huls, Herbert Roland-
Humphreys, Vincent B.
Hunt, Elizabeth Ann-
Hunter, Carol Ann Swain
Hunter, Walter Kelsey-
Hurlhut, Joseph Neal-
Hurst, Gordon Emerson
Hutson, Billy Ray-278
Hyde, Samuel Rowe-81,
Hyndman, William IV-
Hynes, Joseph Henry-
Ingalls, Philip Gardner
Irby, Robert Kenneth-
Irick, Charlotte C.-51
Isbell, Evelyn Janet-70,
Isbell, Joe Bob-313
Isenhower, Nelson David
Isham, Sonja Kay-117,
Ivens, Preston Rasin III
-211, 214, 215, 216
Jack, Betty J 0-287
Jackson, Jimmy Herndon
Jacobsen, Mary Juanita
Jaeger, Harold Leroy-
Jahnke, Ernest Gus-279
James, John Allen-127,
James, Tommy Oliver-
Janca, Welton Joseph-
Jay, Thomas Ryan-62,
Jeanfreau, Lila Laverne
Jeffers, Joe Everett-284
Jeffery, Roger W. Jr.-
Jenkins, Doyle King-81
Jenkins, Susan-110, 151,
Jennings, Judith Marilyn
Jennings, Roy Junior-
Jennings, Shirley Lou-
Jerden, Ody Kent-93,
Jetelina, Adolph Albert
Jett, J oe-266
J ezek, James Edward-
Johansen, Charles J. Jr.
Johnson, Billy Ray-81,
Johnson, Carol Lynn-
Johnson, Carolyn Jean-
Johnson, Cary Alfred-
Johnson, Floyd Allen Jr.
Johnson, Harvey Cross
Johnson, Jacob Edgar-
Johnson, Kay Terry-81
Johnson, Lewis Guy-81
Johnson, Michael - 62,
Johnson, Odes B. Jr.-
Johnson, Patricia Lou-
Johnson, Richard F.-
Johnson, Thomas Alfred
-81, 234, 256
Johnston, Charles Milton
Johnston, James Wallace
Johnstone, Janice Lynn
235, 245, 392
Jones, Donald Lee-94
Jones, Donald Lee-288
Jones, Frank H. III-94,
Jones, John Paul Jr.-
Jones, Lei Lani-238
Jones, Marshall Delbert
Jones, Willard Veazey-
Jordan, Deral Preston-
Josephson, Johanna Carol
J ouanet, J acquie Annette
Joyce, O. J .-70
J unernan, Julius John J r.
J usta, Jose-278
Kadlecek, Edward John
-130, 258, 277
Kanas, Shirley Ann-137
Kaplan, Hilda Rhea-71
Karkowski, Joseph Lee-
Karr, Ka.rrol Leon-82
Kay, John Ross-94, 288
Keeler, Harold George-
Keely, Margaret Ann-
Keen, Ralph Allen-94
Keener, George Howell
Keeney, James Russell-
Kellough, Kay Carolyn-
235, 238, 297, 377
Kzggy, Harold Thomas-
Kelly, Patrick Wilborne
Kelly, Phillip Dale-128,
Kendall, Clarence F. II
-95, 212, 268
Kennard, Wilbur D. Jr.
Kennedy, Cecil C. Jr.-
Kennedy, Joyce Marie-
Kennedy, Patricia Boozer
Kennedy, Patsy Jans-
Kent, Charles William
Kent, Steve Neil-71
Kerber, Joanne Neville-
Kerce, Anita Sue-82
Kestenbaum, Miriam -
Kettle, John Arthur-51
Killgore, Mary L. Hager
Kilpatrick, Billy Ray-
Kilpper, Robert William
Kimmons, Jack Eugene-
Kinard, Cecil Lloyd II-
King, Claude Robert-
King, Horace Derwood
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Klussman, Henry A.-52
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Knox, James Edward-
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Koimn, Bobby Lee-62
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63, 206, 211
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Mensing, Toni Rae-246
Landers, William Roberts
Landsman, Lewis Arthur
Lang, Richard Carl-204
Langford, Carolyn Alice
-63, 211, 217
Lantz, Graham Frank-
Laperouse, Robert Allen
Laro, Mary Ann-71
Laros, William George-
Larpenteur, Jeanine M.
Larue, Florine Gail-52
Laseter, John Luther-
Lass, J erry-201
Lassetter, Richard C.-
214, 215, 216, 270
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Lawless, Oliver W. Jr.-
Lawrence, Allan Cleave
Leake, Joseph Allen-71,
Leal, Alfred Ray-229
Leatherwood, Polly Ann
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Lebouf, Edmond Ray-
Lee, Linda Jo-71, 235,
Lehman, Ben John-71
Lemley, Alan Norman-
Len1ley, Carolyn Ruth-
Lemmon, Franklin Albert
Lemmon, James Marcus
Lemoine, Gano Domonic
Jr.-82, 127, 265
Lemond, Robert Darcy-
Leopold, Eleanor Arme-
Levisay, R. B.-256
Lilly, Earle S.-95
Lilly, Janet Carol-71
Lim, Wai William-63
Liglgberg, Jerry Dale-
Linden, Errol Joseph-
Linder, Bobby Joe-128
Liggheimer, Tomas F.-
Lindner, James Vernon
Lindsay, Carl Robert-
Lindsay, Robert Douglas
Lindsey, Larry Jenson-
314, 315, 317
Lipscomb, Joel Nelson-
Childs-252, 253, 268
Lipshy, George Meyer-
Listeri Thomas William
Little, Sandra Joyce-A
Llervillys, Thomas L.-
Llewellyn, Thomas Lee
Lloygi Charles Edward
Lobaccaro, Frank S. Jr.
Logan, Priscilla Joyce-
71, 146, 24.7
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Lohman, Judy Ann-83
Long, Beverly Jane-52
Long, Hazel Ruth-83
Long, Jerry Lyndon-
Lopez, John Frank-63
Lopez, Thomas L.-293
Lorton, Donald -Joseph-
Levy, Martin Morris-
Lewis, Coy Deloire-52
Lewis, Edgar Cloy Jr.-
Lewis, Edwin Charles-
Lewis, Elizabeth Adele-
Lewis, Jen'y Don-63
Lewis, Judy Riddell-52
Lewis, Samuel Julius-
Lichtenstein, Jerrie R. 1.
Lievano, Rodrigo Joseph
Light, James Ernest-71
Lott, Jimmie Warren-
Lotz, Frank Bradford-
Love, David Wayne-206
Love, Earl Harrell-299
Love, Louis Elvin-71,
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Lovell, Donald Dale-71
Lowe, Lessie Ruth
Lowry, Lynn Howard-
Lubbock, Dan Gray Jr.
Lubo j acky, Calvin
Lucas, Frank Leo-52
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Luke, Louaine Page-52
Luker, John Edward-
Luna, Ernesto Sada-229
Lunsford, Pascal Eugene
Lupau, Clement Noland
Lustgarten, Bernie P.-
Lutes, Charles Weil Jr.
Lyne, Fannie Lou-52
Lyon, Ann Sharon-129,
Lyon, Jerald Clyde-295
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Mack, Herman Howard
MacLaughlin, Charles E.
MacLean, Alberto Mario
Macy, John-336, 338
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Mader, Johnny Melvin-
Madole, Jimmie Max-
Madrid, Carlos Antonio
Madrid, Lorenzo Oscar-
Maenza, Jake Louis-83
Maida, Joe Sam-95
Makins, William Joseph
Malin, Barbara Ellen-
Mallia, Charles B. Jr.-
Malone, Cleve P. Jr.-
Malott, Frank Barhum-
Mandell, Kenneth S. Ill
Maniar, Dilip Sarabhai
Manly, Martha Lou-296
Manning, Maxine Miller
Manning, Renate A.
Mans, Glen Burt-200
Mansell, Joyce M. Alm
Manuel, John Earl-53
Maresh, Mary Ann
Marien, Norita Louise--
Marquess, Roderick L.
Marsh, Bobbie Vee-63
Ma in, Armond-297
Len Dewalt Jr.
Martinez, Una Markel-
Mason, Deloris Frances
Massey, Beverly Ann-
Mathews, Barbara Ann
Matranga, Mary Ann--
Mauk, Charles Edw ard-
Maxwell, Jimmie Allen
May, Clifford Lee-83,
Mayes, Dale George-
Mayhall, Charlotte Jean
-71, 241, 297
McAllister, Jerome M.-
McBride, James Robert
McCann, James Cleland
McCaskill, John Hardy
-53, 211, 268
McClain, Jimmy Lee-53
McClarty, John Reed-
McClure, Don Ellis-265
McCormack, Paul Leroy
-83, 204, 303
McCormick, Judith Anne
McCu.lla.r, Harold Curtis
McCullough, Clyde M.
McCurdy, William O. Jr.
McDaniel, Carol Renee
McDonald, Don Kay-
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McDonald, Robert Hugh
McGee, Edmond Clark
McGinnis, Michael John
McGlothl.in, Maurice D.
McGowan, Edward B. II
McHargue, Jackie - 53,
Mclntyre, James Grant-
McKaig, Calvin Newton
McKay, Kenneth Melvin
McKee, Kay Ellen-211,
McKee, Ronald Stewart
McKenna, Jack Tobias
McKenzie, Harold A.-
McLamore, James Otto-
McLEgd, Alonzo Albert
McMahon, John Terence
McMu1lan, Janet Ruth-
72, 106, 115, 117, 122,
128, 134, 250, 264,
Mmgllae, Robert Gerald-
McReynolds, Sarah Jane
McRoberts, Hallie Lisa
McShan, Jimmie - 84,
McStravick, Arnold W.
-84, 252, 253, 259
McWilliams, Sandra Jo
-53, 137 '
Meals, Martha Jean
Medley, Morris S. Jr.-
Meerdink, Charles Barry
Meinscher, Fred C. Jr.
Meisenholder, Richard E.
Melnick, Ethel Lynn-
Mendoza, Olga Marie-
Mere, Robert Dali-286,
Meriwether, Gus Edwin
-95, 212, 288
Merritt, Barbara A.
Merritt, George H. Jr.-
Merritt, Mary Ann-211,
Mesiroff, Jennie Pearl-
Messick, Gerald Marion
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Meyer, Freddie Travis-
Meyer, Joseph Daniel-
Meyer, Travis Walter--
Meyers, Alfred Hollis-
Meyers, Otto William Jr.
Meyers, Shirley Mae-
Michael, John Albert-
Michalovich, David lvon
Micklitz, Hans Wemer-
Middlebrook, Joseph D.
Milam, Hugh Henry Jr.
-211, 224, 294
Milam, Mason Harris-
Miles, Tom Henry-289
Oliphant, 'Charles Paul-
Miller, David Charles-
Miller, Dorothy Jean-
Miller, Harry Alvin Jr.
Miller, Joseph Lee-72
Miller, Marilyn Ann-
75, 84, 115, 126, 134,
152, 242, 243
Miller, Marvin Deane-
Miller, Robert Allen Jr.
Miller, Russell Dean-
Miller, Shirley 'Ann-64
Milum, Roy Nolan-84,
Minarchi, William Jr.-
Mintz, Donald Dean-72
Mitcham, Billy Frank-
Mitchamore, Eddie Lee
Mitchamore, Malcolm E.
Mitchell, June Evelyn-
Mitelman, Alan Norman
Mize, Jerald David-95,
Mobley, Cathy Jeanne-
Mock, John Adrian-214
Molinare, William B. Jr.
Monk, Gloria Gale-53,
Monroe, Kara Lynne-84
Montalbano, Annette M.
Montalhano, Philip J.-
Montgomery, Carole Ann
Harry-72, 286, 299
Mintroy, John Dennis-
Moody, William Aubrey
Moore, Ardon Edward
Moore, Bruce-262, 263
Moore, Clay Leon Jr.
fSOI1nyl - 211, 252,
Moore, Donald Ralph-
Moore, Frederick J. Jr.
Moore, Lynda Ellen-72,
236, 296, 378
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Moore, Thomas Jerry-
Moore, William A. Jr.
Moore, William Bruce-
Morgan, 'John Richard
Morgan, Mona Ruth
Morgan, Terry Tillman
Morriss, Judy Ann-115,
Morse, Dan Earl-85,
Morse, William D. Jr.-
Morton, James Edward
Moser, Cecil Allen-72
Mostert, Jeanie Marie-
Motley, Jerry Stanley-
Moynahan, Joeann E.
Mraz, Don Ray-53
Mueller, Roland Norman
Mulholand, John Knox-
Mulkey, Owen Roger-
85, 275, 279
Mullinax, Bobby Eugene
Mullins, Don Ray-321
Mullins, James Thomas
Mulvey, Edward Johnson
Munoz, Fred Jr.-54
Murphy, James Oresta
Murphy, June Rankin-
Murphy, Mary Shawn-
58, 211, 239
Murghy, Paul Clarence
Murray, Jerome Gordon
-214, 215, 216
Murray, Owen Francis-
Musemeche, Bobby Joe
Musgrove, Robert G.-
Nadcgney, Frank Edward
N arasimham, Musti
Narayan, Lagisetty A.-
Nasler, Neil R.-293
Neblett, Carl Burton-
Necessary, Morgan D.-
Neel, Ronald James-72
Neese, Charles Lee-298
Neibel, J ohn-288
Nelkin, Benard-72, 294
307, 341, 343
Nelson, James W.-72
Nelson, Roanne S.-64
Nelson, Robert Neal-72
Nelson, Thomas Gorden
Nester, Charles Albert-
Nevitt, James Bowling
Newby, Julie Attebury-
Newcomb, Marshall Jr.
Newell, Jimmie Dav-id Jr.
Newman, Arlene Marie
-64, 246, 297
Newton, Freddie Julian
Nicholas, Clyde Lee Jr.
Nicholas, Nickie Lee-
Nichols, Jane Allen-64
Nichols, Simeon Eugene
Nicholson, Nelda V.-
Niedecken, Patsy Carroll
Nirschl, Bette Carpenter
Nitsch, Patrick Andrew
Nivens, Rolf Eugene-54
Nixon, Clarence E. Jr.-
85, 286, 299
Nolan, Brooks Robert-
Noles, William Joseph-
Norman, Lloyd Eugene
Norris, James Author-
Norris, Jan Douglas-72
Norwood, Lloyd Paul-
Nossaman, Elmer Lee-
Nott, Nancy Diane-64,
Novy, Louis John Jr.-
Nowakowski, Harry S.-
Noxon, Jay Scott-229
Nunn, Norman Russell-
Oberg, Oma Adele-95
O'Brien, David Ebaugh
O'Dowd, John Emmett
Ofiel, Nancy Carolyn-
Ogden, Gerald David-
OJLCHTY, Jolm Henry-
Oleckniche, Peter Carl-
54, 206, 289
Olive, James Smith-299
Oliver, Chester Lee-54,
Olsen, Peter Richard-
Olsovsky, Willie Herbert
O'Neal, Barbara Jean
O'Neill, Michael John-
206, 211, 299
Ortego, Robert Anthony
Osborne, Irene Marie-
O'Sullivan, Sheila Mme
-146, 228, 235, 236
owne, Roy-129, 273,
Overall, Miller B. Jr.-
85, 254, 303
Overton, Aaron Lewis Jr.
-72, 211, 218, 295
Owen, John P.-291
Owens, Erve Adrin-280
Owesne, Jack Arthur II
Palm, Lee Allen-278
Palmer, Lucille-85, 203
Palmer, Patricia Diane-
Palombizio, Daniel Harry
Pang, Edward William-
Parker, Erin Alicia-72,
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Parker, James Rodger-
Parker, Richard Lee Jr.
Parkhurst, James Earl-
Parkman, Huey Paul-
Parnell, Troy Ray-85
Parr, Bennett Ivy-85
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Parsons, James Kirkland
Parten, Harry Sloss-85,
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Patronella, Lou.is Jolm-
152, 207, 292
Patterson, Erin Kay-64
Patterson, Jon Martin-
Patterson, Robert Lee-
Pavey, Eugene Baker-
85, 230, 234
Pavlich, J im-254
Pawlik, Ronald Clifton
Peabody, Nan Carol-54,
126, 236, 379
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Peebles, Karan Niena-
Peebles, Theo Lee-54
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Pendergraft, Robert Carl
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Pentz, Robert H. Jr.-
Peoples, Whead Cordon
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Perry, Oliver Weldon-
Peschel, Jo Ann-64,
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Petersen, Donnie David
Petersen, Maurice Leroy
Peterson, Charles P.-
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Peterson, William T. Jr.
Petrocelli, Neil Anthony
Petty, Bobby Lee-64
Petty, Carol Ann-72,
Philip, Sara Ann-64
Philips, Charles Henry-
Phillips, Dorothy Ann-
Phillips, Gary A.-58,
252, 264, 324, 328,
Phillips, Harry Calvin-
Phillips, M. Lynn
Pickett, Milton H.-86
Pieratt, William H. Jr.
Pierce, Thomas James-
Pierce, William Elmore
Pinkston, Joe Dan-299
Piper, Joan J eanette-72,
Piperi, Adrian James-
Pirtle, Lawrence James
Pittman, Nina Judith-
64, 127, 242
Pittman, Sandra Kay-
75, 86, 137, 210, 217,
Pitzer, Raymon Knox-
Plasek, Larry Elmo-64
Pledger, Linda Joyce-
Podsednik, Daniel Frank
Podsednik, David Leo-
Polakoff, Judy Beverly-
Pollak, Kathleen Ann-
l17, 138, 247
Pomonis, Robert George
Poncik, Freddie Simon-
Porter, Nancy Lee-64,
Potcinske, Hilmer Lee-
306, 307, 317
Potter, Norma Rae-73,
Poulos, Ann A.-64
Pouncy, Howard Douglas
Powell, Ernest M. Jr.-
Churchill - 135, 210,
Pratt, Robert J ames-86
Presley, Adrian Eugene
Presswood, Johnnie C.-
Price, Henry Winton-
Prince, Jerry Allen-54
Pring, Barbara Jane-
Pryor, Mary F. Scruggs
Pryzant, Frank Seymour
Pyle, Benjamin Malrey
-86, 285, 291
Pyle, Joe Winford-86
Pyle, Margaret Helen-
Quarles, Richard C. Jr.
Quitter, James Moses-
Radexnacher, Jon Aron-
Rainey, John Edward-
Ramer, Charles Edwin
Ramer, Ray Emory-
Rankin, Donna Stokes-
Rankin, George John-
Ransdell, William T.-
Rapp, Edgar Arthur Jr.
Rasch, Hans Gustav-73,
Rash, Shelby Winifred
Rash, Suzanne Emerson
Ray, Carl Lynn-96
Ray, Dorothy Kathleen
Ray, Edward Allen-279
Ray, Virginia R. Taylor
Ready, Milton Laverne
-86, 232, 234
Reamer, Ralph Eugene
Reavis, William Dean-
73, 218, 295
Reber, Nelson Jay-298
neck, Jerry-86, 211, 256
Reck, Tommy Stokes-
Redden, John Ira Jr.-
Rednick, Aleene Muriel
Reed, Ann-86, 24-9
Reed, Helen Sue-64,
Reed, Randell Ned-266
Reed, Robert Edwin-86
Reed, Victor Vifquinne
Reeder, Barbara Nann-
Reedy, Richard Lee-96,
Reese, Donald Carroll-
Reese, John Olan-65
Reeves, Carole Anne-
Reeves, Jean Ann-242
Reeves, Judy Earlene-
110, 117, 246
Rehfield, Fred Alvin-
Reich, Charles Joel-86
Reidmiller, Dennis Sneed
Reiff, Joan Kay-73, 291
Reindl, Meyer Evans-
Rembert, Michael David
-211, 252, 266
Renfrew, Jacquelyn J.-
Restivo, Linda Jean-55,
Reynolds, Daphne Anne
Reynolds, Fred Moore-
Reynolds, Howard Elton
Rhea, Joe Dale Jr.-55
Rhodes, Bumis Marie K.
Rice, Charles Myron-
Rice, Frank Bourland-
Rice, Harry Lynn-276
Rich, Frances E.
Rich, Mary Rose-55
Richardson,..Alice R. M.
Richardson, Patsy Irene
Richardson, William E.
Richter, Robert Edwin-
Richter, Susan Det-65
Rieke, Marian Jean-73
Rieves, Charles Emest-
Riha, Ellery Robert-232
Ring, Robert HI-55, 206
Ripkowski, Gerald James
Ristau, Dora Lee-248
Ristau, William Tonn--
Rittenhouse, William L.
Ritter, Paula Alexandra
Rivero, Ramon T.-280
Rix, Jerry Lee-73, 208,
210, 278, 282
Robbins, Billy Jack-55
Roberson, John Lane-
Robert, Ernest Omega-
Roberts, Delene Ruth-
Roberts, James Edward
Robertson, Henry Muir
Robertson, Nancy S.-
211, 244, 377
Robin, Allan Maynard-
55, 200, 211
Robinson, Barbara Ruth
Rodriguez, Charlie V.-
Rogers, Charles Farmer
Rogers, Mildred Ann-
Rogers, Philip Allen-87
Rogers, Roy Talbert Jr.
Rohrer, Diane Curry-73
Rolak, Gilbert Arnold-
Romans, Edward Louis
Romine, Dorothy Anne
Rosen, Alan David-300
Ross, Avis Marie R.-87,
Ross, Billy I.-283
Ross, Dart Thomas-65
Ross, Fred Jasper-55
Rothery, Robert Keith-
Rothrum, Patricia Let-
55, 104, 146, 232, 24-6,
Rottenhouse, W. L.-277
Rountree, Gaynor Ray-
Rowell, Walton Douglas
Roxburgh, Charles D.-
73, 207, 274, 278, 280
Rubin, Gail David-55
Ruhling, Billy Bernard
Runnels, Robert Clayton
Rushing, David Murrell
Rusler, Byron Kay-87
Russell, Brenda Jean-
Russell, Donald Gail-65
Russell, James Benjamin
Russell, Mary E. Morris
Ruthven, Hugh Duncan
Rutledge, Earl Read-
Sabir, Kadhim Banilam
Saccar, Angelita Morales
Sadler, Stephen Van-55
Salerno, Charles Stephen
Salinas, Julio Hiram-87
Sanders, Donald Leroy-
Sanders, Robert Eugene
Sanders, Robert Irvin-
Sanders, Ronald Wayne
Sandy, Phyllis Ann-55
Sanford, Janelle - 117,
Santos, Albert Thom as
Saragusa, Sophie Mae-
Sarao, Anthony Joseph
Satterwhite, Martha Jo
Sawicki, Michael John
Sawyer, John Milton-
Sawyer, Robert John-
Scanlan, James Edward
Schadel, Charles H. Jr.
Joan-65, 206, 246
Lawrence - 328, 329,
Gustav-87, 203, 211
Schneider, Billie Janeen
-65, 218, 244
Schneider, Charles F.
III-87, 14-2, 229, 284,
Schoenfield, Sandra A.
209, 211, 251,
Schott, August Nelson-
Schrakamp, J. N--266
Schratwieser, John C.-
Schuhmann, Jon Edward
Schulte, Herbert L.-55
Schultz, Alton Kenneth
Schultz, Richard W. lr.
Schultz, William Melvin
Schumacher, Clifford Jr.
Schuster, Walter Lee-
87, 274, 275
Schutze, Carol Ann-73,
Schwartz, Robert F.-73,
Scott, Harry Kenneth-
Scott, Peter Jerome-65
Seale, Jerry Franklin-
Searle, Harry Kyle-96
Sedotal, Royce Leon-96
Segal, Allen Jack-206
Self, Harold Donald-88
Semian, John Joseph-
Sepulvador, Billy Joe-
Sessions, Donald Irvin-
Settoon, Claiborne B.-
Sewell, Harvey Wilson
Sewell, Richard Francis
Seymour, Mignon Louise
Seymour, Tommie L.
Shackelford, George Y.
Shah, Anil K. Kantilal
Shah, B. G.-293
Shannon, James Winfred
Shannon, Mary Beth-
Shapiro, Suzanne M.-
Sharpe, Anne-236, 301
Sharpe, Milburne C.-
Shaver, Oliver Roy-111,
Shaw, Anie K.-278
Shaw, Stephen Lee-73
Shearer, Thomas William
Sheeran, Sandra Jane-
Sheffield, Herman E. Jr.
Sheffield, Opal Melton
Shelton, Otho Dwayne-
Shenton, Helen Elizabeth
Shepherd, Richard Earl
Sherrill, Pat William-
Shiloff, Rochelle Faye-
Shira, Linda Diane-206,
Shoemaker, Leroy Jr.-
Shook, Jan Joseph-211,
Shook, Robert Lee-56
Shoup, Allene Holman-
Shows, Gerald Coy-278
Shull, Wesley Neal-73,
224-, 227, 294
Shults, Tommy Arlen-
Shaman, Susan Myra-
Shumway, Larry Richard
-88, 274, 278
Shyrock, Bert Leroy Jr.
Sibert, Sue Lynne C.-
Sicola, Sammy William
Siecko, Fred J ames-214
Silva, Solomon B.-88
Silverman, David Victor
Simar, Patrick Gaston-
Sinmxons, Arthur Barlow
-65, 206, 211, 252,
Simmons, Ellen Francis
Simon, Carolyn Ellen-
Simons, Harry F. ll-73
Simons, Janet A. Cronk
Simpson, Albert Dee III
Simpson, John Philip-
Sims, Bertie Adele-56,
Sims, John Andrew Jr.-
Sims, Judith Ann-56,
Sinclair, William S. III
Sincox, David Robert-
Singley, Lloyd Edward
Sirman, John Myrtis-
Sitton, Charles Howard
Sjogren, Cora N. Worthy
Skinner, Alonzo Jerry-
Slaughter, Thomas Weir
Slayton, Mary Burem-
Sledge, Earl Vechal-299
Sloan, Judith Ann-56,
Sloan, Julius John III-
Slough, Darrel Gene-
Slover, Ira Nathan-291
Smith, Ford Jr.-65
Smith, Gene Fayette-
Smith, J. AD.-288
Smith, James Wilbert-
Smith, Johnny Gordon--
Smith, Joyce Marie-74
Smith, Norman Eugene
Smith, Ronald Glenn-
Smith, Thomas Day-299
Snow, Rosemary-65 30
Solis, Frances Boogher
Sollie, Beverly Ann-88
Solomon, Mendel Steven
Sorrell, William Harold
Sortin, Francis Fredrick
Soward, Norman Carroll
Sparks, Garland C. Jr.-
Speights, Nelwyn Lee-
Spence, Lynn Edwin-
Spencer, Barbara Louise
Spieldenner, Gerald L.-
Spillars, Billie Marie-
Spitz, Phillip Adolph-
Spradling, Jack Leroy-
Spriggs, Jesse Charles-
Spurlock, Riley Ward-
Squires, Gladys Wright
Stahl, Elsie Roberta-
Stair, Robert Yocum-
Stallings, Carmen B.-
Stallings, Robert Allen
Stamos, Chris Nick-277
Standafer, Betty Jean-
Stanley, Russel Morlan
Staples, Winfred Ann-
Stark, Jack Theodore-
Starke, Jewel Virginia-
Steen, Wiley Hall Jr.-
Stein, Lee Charles Jr.-
Stephen, Melvileen Zee
Stephens, Charles David
Sterling, Peggy Ann-65,
248, 249, 300
Sternenberg, James Earl
Sternenberg, Robert E.
Stevens, Gus Alfred-56
Stevens, Harriette Marie
Stevenson, George H. Jr.
Stewart, Ellsworth R. Jr.
5, -56, 256
y 50 Stigaard, Paul William-
Stiles, Richard J im-89
Stilling, Walter Harold
Stipanovic, Richard M.
Stoeve, Fred Alarcon-
Stokes, Norris Albert-
Stonestreet, Charles R.-
Storenski, John Philip-
Story, Robert Carlton-
Stovzglg, William Alonzo
Strader, John Leslie-
Strahan, Nelson-89, 276
Strickler, Kent Dawson
Strong, Don Alan-56,
Stroud, Freddie Lee-
Strybos, Robert Karl-
Stuart, Luis Labon-89
Stubbs, Susan Little-
Studstill, Pat Lewis Jr.
Suchma, James Howard
Sullivan, Billie Ruth-56
Sullivan, Charles P.-74
Sullivan, Sharon Grace-
74, 236, 24-4-
Suttles, Joseph Calvert-
Sutton, Jack Roger-74
Sutton, Lester Earl-89,
Swanson, Wanda Joy H.
Swihart, Bruce Arlen-
Swope, James Robert-
Szathma1'Y, Joseph Alex
-74, 258, 276
Tabor, Benny Wayne-
Talley, Eddie Carl-65,
Tamborello, Charles J .-
Tamborello, John David
Tanner, Carlos Dean-89
Tarpey, Thomas A.-89
Tatar, Leonard Blair-
Tavora, Octavio Juarez-
Taylor, Barbara P. Bier
Taylor, Edward C.-92
Taylor, George Harvey
Taylor, Kenneth Orlen-
Taylor, Laura Mae-206,
Taylor, Robert Allen-
Teague, Marvin Odell-
Tempero, Nancy Carol-
56, 217, 248
Temple, Merle Ellen-66
Templeton, Earl Wayne
Tench, Richard John-89
Tench, Rowland Brian
W.-89, 200, 203, 285
Terence, Jack Josey-89
Teggill, Richard Bruce-
Thieme, Larry Evcrette
56. 256 A
Thomas, Donna Lou-301
Thomas, James Henry-
Thomas, Murphy Lee-
Thomas, Robert Lavcrl-
Thompson, Edward Jolm
Thompson, Hugh Delane
Thompson, Joseph Reid
Thompson, Mary Lee-
Thompson, Mary Lee
Thompson, Terry Pat-
209, 211, 292
Thompson, Tommy Dean
Thornburg, James Dan-
Thuesen, Edwin Earl-
Thurman, Richard Lee-
Tiemann, Erwin Fritz Jr.
Tillman, Marion I.-285
Tinkler, Barrie Keith-
Tobey, Cordon Lee-56
Todd, Janice Ann-89
Todd, Joe Lee-89
Todd, Patricia Ann-74,
Toland, Frank Marshall
Toler, William Deroma
Toubin, Charles Irving-
Townley, Kathryn Lee-
Townsend, Oliver lrving
Trapolino, Joseph L. Jr.
Trotter, Frederick J. Jr.
Trube, Jane Meredith-
Truxillo, Sandy Julian-
Tsiaperas, Solon A.-89
Tucker, Jon Franklin-
Tuffli, Norman Richard
-265, 327, 331
Tullos, Bobby G.-89
Tumlin, Cecil Edward
Turner, Emerson Haskell
Turner, Ralph Ceylon Jr.
-75, 89, 111, 115, 269
Tussing, Judith Eileen-
140, 232, 393
Twelves, Roy Ashworth
Tynan, Ann Therese-
Tyree, Robert A.-280
Underwood, Claire E.-
Urbantke, Irwin Arthur
Usseiy, James Monroe-
Uzzle, Don Clayton-66
Valles, Merrie Ann-66,
Vance, Mack Oliver-57
Adrienne-66, 211, 242
Vaneman, Stuart Currin
Vanzant, Thomas J. Jr.
-67, 207, 269
Vaughan, Jack Fleming
Vaughan, James Turner
Vaughan, John Otis-90,
Velotta, Charlene Elida
Ventura, Sammy David
Vera, Albert Jesse-57
Verri, Robert Jr.-74
Vestal, Diane Marie-
134- 136, 217, 236
Victery, Charles Duncan
Victoria, Robert Daniel
Villarreal, Ernest Jr.-57
Vinsonhaler, Allcna P.
Vogel, Wilbert Joseph-
Voight, Patricia Ann-
74, 245, 379
Vollstedt, Doris M. Laird
Voorhies, Sandra May-
134, 146, 244
Vrba, Daniel Louis-96,
Wagers, Herbert L. Jr.
Wagner, Bubba - 307,
Wahden, Catherine M.-
Waite, Jack Dale-90
Latane-127, 152, 232,
Waldrop, Ronald Dean-
Waldvogel, Harriet M.
Webb, Robbie Nell-74
Weber, Charles A. 111-
Weinberger, Mitchell I.
Weingart, Michael Nat-
57, 224-, 227, 294
Weise, Bobby Louis-90
Weison, William Allen-
Welch, John Edgar-90
Welch, Walter Elnathan
-90, 211, 275, 279
Wells, Betty Lou-296
Wells, Eva June-57, 200
Wenck, John Alfred Jr.
-252, 253, 255
Wenger, Larry Harlan-
Wern, George Marion
Werner, Bonnie Lee-57
Wesley, James Bennie-
West, Nancy Carolyn-
134, 152, 213, 225, 246
Wetsphal, Douglas H.-
Whalen, John Edward-
74-, 266, 278
Wheeler, Harvey Ellison
Walker, Larry Granville
Walker, Marlene Janice
Walker, Sally Sue-66
Walker, Virginia Maria
Wall, Bert Morris-261
Waigace, Jack Maurice-
Wallace, James Marshall
Walling, Troy Glen-57
Walters, Louis W. III-
Walters, Sondra Leona-
Wheeler, Julia Ann-246
Wheeler, Richard D.-
Whitaker, T. N.-275
White, Doyle Dee-57,
White, Elna Hayward-
White, James Greer-
Wlgite, James Michael--
White, John Ellsworth-
White, Loyal Clyde Jr.-
White Ted Gene-96
White, William Roland
J r.-66, 265
Ward, Jelks Oscar-74
Ware, Warren Wayne-
Warnasch, Leroy Gilbert
Warwick, Joe Henry-57
Waters, David Llewellyn
Watson, Frances Fayne
Watson, Jack Brooks-
Weatherford, Dewey E.
Weaver, Neal Maverick
Webb, George Lewis Jr.
Webb, Joseph Stewart-
Whiteley, Don Earl-74
Whittington, Alfred W.
Whitworth, Bedford F.
Wible, Judith Laine-
Wilcke, Walter Dwain-
Wilcox, Gary Murben-
Wiley, Paula Ruth-241
Wiley, Robert T.-148
Wgllite, Robert Lewis-
Wille, Charlw Albert-
Willhoite, Emie Dean-
Williams, Clyde Nathan
Williams, James Edwin
Williams, Jerry Ross-
Williams, Jolm Ward-
Williams, Johney Lee-
Williams, Judy Marie-
Williams, Kenneth Sallee
-118, 278, 282
Williams, Robert Allan
Williamson, John Ellis-
Williford, George Alan-
Williford, Harrison Jack
Willis, Charles C. Jr.-
Willis, Janet Ann-57
Willson, Don Eric-261
Willson, James Armour
Willy, Anthony-96, 288
Wilson, Diane Patricia-
Wilson, Donald Horace
Wilson, Herbert Eugene
Wilson, Jack Oral-90,
Wilson, Jimmie Jr.-299,
Wilson, Max Fletcher
Wilson, Michael A. Jr.
Windham, James Wayne
Winfree, Luther Jerald
Winston, Inez 1. O'Toole
Winters, Jackie Lee-74,
Witt, James Roger-74
Witte, Conrad Grady-
Woebse, Phyllis Lynn-
Wolda, David Eugene-
Wolfe, Bettye Jean B.-
Wolfe, Mary E. B.
Wolfsdorf, Marilyn Mae
Wondrak, Jo-235, 246
Wong, Fay Wing-57
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-74, 204, 211
Wood, Robert Warren-
Wood, Samuel Ernest Jr.
Wood, Susan Latrelle-
117, 122, 217, 250
Wood, Terry Carrol-276
Woodall, Spencer Dean
Woodard, Bobbie Rae-
Woodruff, Joe D.-275
Woodruff, Lyle Albert-
Woolley, Carol Ann-66,
Wooten, Leonard Ernest
Word, Patsy Jean-57
Worden, Ray Dean-66
Wornat, Wilroy Herbert
-74, 200, 211
Edmund-66, 200, 230
Wren, Harry Edward-
Wright, Preston Howell
Wyatt, Billy Harold-66,
252, 253, 261
Wynhoff, Robert French
Yaap, Donald Tyndall-
Yarbrough, Stanley H.-
Yates, John Griffin-
Yaw, Donald Dale-229
York, Wayne Andrew-
Youell, Spencer Martin
-96, 211, 232, 253
138, 222, 243, 283
Young, Frank D.-90
Young, Kathryn-46, 57,
125, 152, 155, 242
Young, Virginia Rohrer
Younger, Nelda Gay-
67, 228, 237
Youngworth, Benney J.
Zaffaty, Nissirn B. H.-
Zamora, Francisco Javier
Zarley, Kermit M. Jr.-
Zatopek, Thomas Jerry-
Zedler, Zoe Ann-57
Zidell, Harvey Robert-
Zievert, Thomas John-
Zindler, Udith Annette
Zingler, Ervin K.-291
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