University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)

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T 1 X A ff X 1 fl ,f-'X' ,1 F I 1-1 QQ Q 'XLJ-j 1 1 , T i S 5 . Q 5 oi Iliff I 9 5 I I 5 . S fbi ? ig so T T fe Q 925 f CURTIS RAMSEY, Editor-in-Chief . . . TALOU BALCH, GEORGE McCOY, JACK MURRAY, Associate Editors. . . J. o. HALL, JR., Advisor . . . Nom!-1 TEXAS STATE COLLEGE AT DENTON American Beauty Cover Company . . . The Hurley Com- ' M pany, Inc .... Southwestern Engraving Company . . . ax ot Photo Associates . . . Cunningham Studio . . . West Studio . . . W. D. Smith . . . Burchard's Studio 9 f , J , xx X V X Xff' ,V f' A , v V 1 1 ' , I Xff 4 Xrrxxf' XZ , y '+, is-V Q4 n "S: '---41:-,Y A 4 9 ' if fxxsk f XM-K ff 7 1 F f Y X 'b I f 2 ' M Y M ffigq I XXX lf!! I NX, 5 f, XAi4f A .X X N If XX 1 XX ,, X 'xx I X 0 0 : f , ff, .47 X 1 xxx? ,S Q M, I itll Eif mftaititt jffa l THE VIEVV IS NEW, THE SPIRIT IS TRADITIONAI. . . . 'llrementtous expansion of the physical plant was a keynote ol this banner year. l95II-l95I. New strides Iorward in student participation were met with expanded activities: new devotion to scholastic achieve- ment matched increased course oflferingsg and greater student use ol' Iacilities called forth greater building by the administration. In all. over five million dollars in construction was seen on campus this year. IT'S AN NT TRADITION - CONTINUED GROINTI-I AND EXPANSION. THIS XVAS THE YEAR that both dire cynicism and idealistic optimism met in an atom-like fusion before the stark and bitter reality of fact. It was a time for positive action to support our challenged faith in democratic life and liberties. THE CAMPUS COMPLEXION CHANGED as many of our younger men laid aside their studies and stepped from the gay collegiate life into an atmosphere of determi- nation. and death. No longer could we speak lightly of a "Cold YVar" - it was hot, as hot as the blood of our men that was spilled. THE HAND OF DESTINY PUINTED to this year and marked it for special significance. NVar intervened while North Texans wondered if this was our peak year. Many believed that this was true. Yticzefx editors believed that if this was to be so, then the 1951 YUCCA should reflect the year accurately. This edition then. in its peak of 520 pages. is symbolic - symbolic of our best effort. campus- wide. in all areas of school life - from fine arts attendance to intramural participation. CHANCE I5 APPARIQNT at North Texas, as it is in the l95l Yticgcm.. Our theme for this dynamic period is in itself dynamic. lVhile striving to portray the tradition- al. from the schools inception at the turn of the century, the technique has been as fresh and modern as the next sunrise. as yet unborn. FOR CHANCE IS 'l'RADl'l'lUN.Al.. and life goes on. Yesterday is dead: it is for today that we live, and toward tomorrow that we face. with courage. and hope, and con- viction. . ' y lb Q' -Q X . s x I 'IV . ni X 194 I M ,qx ' 1 Pas' 'K 13 ily, XA P , N N5 Lx X X ,Ms , M. P. VVELLS, AJS., M..-X., Ph.D. llirerlor of the liejmrfnzierzt of linglislz VVARM BREEZES carried a gentleman from the old South to Texas in 1934 to become head olf the English Department ol' Trinity University. Two years later Mitchell Preston Wells came to North Texas State College. Quite active in his chosen field ol' English, he became well- known and loved for his gentle "suthen" drawl. brilliant sense of humor. and pierc- ing intelligence. He awakened in many students a desire lor learning after his scholarly manner which remains since his passing from our campus scene. IN THE SPRING of l9-13 he became the chairman of the Publications Council. Tre- mendous progress was his greatest contri- bution to publications at North Texas. Continually striving for more generous budgets, Dr. VVells saw student editions garner the amazing total ol' 26 All-Amerr can ratings fNational Scholastic Press As- sociationj and all nine of the first place trophies of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association during his seven years as chairman of Publications. AS STUDENT EDITORS contemplate new innovations and advancements. they exemplify the living monument of journal- istic creation that is the result of his en- deavor, with enlightened administrative support, for student publications. a last tribute . . in dedication 53 M552 K. J, V N A. 'w K 3 V I I 4 ln , a 9 1 773 M712 1111 STUDENT LIFE Page Campus Activities . 12 Prominent Personalities 96 Publications 119 YUCCA Beauties 1311 Fine Arts 145 SPORTS Football 1711 Basketball 189 'llrack 197 Minor Sports 2114 lntraniurals 212 ,ffjfl "" 7 9 it 41 , 1 0 'L SQ9- gg UNM eg, 111, 1? I 1 1111111 1111 CLASSES Administration 217 United Students ol' North Texas 222 Class Officers 229 Graduate School , 234 College of Arts and Sciences 241 School of Business Administration 273 School of Education 291 School of Home Economics 315 School ol' Music 321 llnderclassnien Sophonlores 332 Freshmen 352 ORGANIZATIONS Social Sororities 377 Social Fraternities 3911 Connnittees 412 Honoraries . 416 Service c..,.i. 444 Departnientals and Campus Clubs 448 Index I , . . 497 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 , , , . 11 115 XX N1 IR.-XDIIION . . . 1 . . 11 111111 111 1111- 1'11111sc 111 s111111'111 1111- 9111111111 11s1' is 11111111- 111 1111'i1i1iCs 11 , 1 111111 1'x1s1: 111111 111111 11cw 111'c11s are 1 111'11s1'1111-11 1111' 11111 1'11111i1111c11 cxpun- s11111 111 11111s1' 111'1iv1li1's 111111 1'vc111s 1 111 iJl'L'5L'Ill 111i1iz111i1111. 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N Q X xy' , N Q33 f I K W W Q A1334 M XJ! A 5 Q is: v 'N ,X X :if w gf M 4 C? S 1 -v w N xf J l . Q M A 1 L s ,JL X W X. 1, m f W. W an ww ,r Pffy 4 fx X N "-' ff' .QU ff, N , wffljf + f ' L ii w H mg If X i X X U. ' W X 3 x 'X J 7 If 716 x 5W,Z,,i XX W JV , l X Q1 4 JJ! 49 X RL 1 fn V X n N SEI 15111 Eli fig lfggl LEE 4 f ij if X? " , f- x --"...'.1-'L A l W L3 A 11 ...AJ an TRADITIONALLY, there has been uncertainty and misgiv- ings about entrance of freshmen into a new social scene - col- lege life. Yet, here, no less than as in former years, new students have met this transition bravely and even light-heartedly. Quick- ly they are swept into full social participation on campus as if they were old hands - as indeed they are. Strangers do not remain strangers on our campus. A NEW SPIRIT has pervaded our campus, new zeal is in evidence in students' activities. Handle-bar mustaches have been forgotteng high, stiff Celluloid collars have been replaced by casual sport collars: short, crown-fitting hair styles show no indications of the long styles of one-half century ago, and ballerina skirts are the only remains of a by-gone era of ankle length full skirts. YET UNCHANGED is the keen attitude of campus fellow- ship passed down through the years, as we work, study, worship. play, laugh, and cry together, that has resulted in . . . nt tradition .... 7 W' , ' Q ,Qi ,, , , A Hzfiffib X ,gf y X4 WW gr ate ct: tiles yr l"'! ,Q X -5 Pt' fb -x t e eople . . FACES . . happy laces, alive faces, tense per- haps. excitecl certainly: serious also. at the right R times. yet alive and expectant, as we strive for truth, understandillg. and happiness. B! 2.94 , , Q I' 5 , Q? Ki Q QQ'-,,.'v.g',, ,Q ,. , ' 1 2 f f f . ' ,Az gig? 'Z M -SSA Qrmw. . MMV' NX 5 LA QV ' V E. X ,I . , , , ' ,... - -. , - -NT' "Af K.. ...x .., f, ,i .....: , , W ,. 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B I I Q 5.3111 V Axfm X ,WM A 'ii y X tg? I, . 'ff' i piii r if Q l fi f , f n T we Ffa -H' . , I it l, F4 pf" N 1.! I Z B Jil gf 5 Q I5 ', .- l ' X l f ,: 3 xl 5' 1 I ,N ' " l . ,M 4 A i , Qi 4 if I 5 sl ' ' r Q, ff 2 V,W...-a-- ll g. W.- Tl 1 f 33' FWF 2' . K uufuluvn 4 N2 J 4 iffy 45 ig, , tj 9 , V A FRIENDLY PLACE. this Campus of ours through the years has sheltered many youths. Nestled deep in groves of oak and sycamore. graciously spacious. yet efficiently compact, the college continues to grow and expand to meet the greater needs of a greater student body. 1. My Xia.-40 if ' 1 R VI I' if if f f "ix :A xf I 11 ' if vu uf 1, f A X W . 4 , iz, S li K 'M ff? -M, 6, Ri - tif i K ,,.,1-H' ...- """2.vv14 I. - 'gi M ertim . . . X eff? X Sunnner School was as active ancl bustling as any long sessions M J A reeortl-breaking enrollment of over 3500 stuclents ancl "Clilnier- GK? A ,xrvs Q so N-Y l n gl i 25:1- ligni' ltllgi ,v 'G ,n 02s ' Jail ' t T 1 gl I hl'5'Q 1' v 'T C - if 'Y 1 ,u Aiken Coeds" attentlecl Classes cluring the two sunnner sessions. Following morning Classes. eollegians "cooled off" in the eol- lege swinnning pool. niacle their way to the golf course or tennis courts, or went to the library lor further study. For night lille. niusie aplenty was lurnishecl by Campus inusie groups. The College Players stagecl a three-act play. Nlexan Virginia lN'lerritt won the 'Miss Denton" Contest antl Allegra Rich- arclson beeanie the H150 Aqua Carnival Queen. Dallas beckoned with the "Starlight Operettasn and other sunnner performances. Eagle golfers won their seeoncl consecutive national Champ- ionship tournament in Albuquerque. Eastern sports writers know now where NTSC is. WH Q 1 A s Q29 1 .- I 1 ,S K 's ' U 8 192-1 'H 5 -31, 1. CO1 Q 11 .7 q v .. 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I as students eagerly I hail their return I to school f I IVIICII g'1'ee11-cappecl IITCSIIIIICII clot I the campus. long lines lcmn at nearly every college building. the U13 packs 'em in to capacity. it's September at I , , . . . I North 1 exas ancl reglstratlon IS under I way. I I 1 ' I X oung lzaglets are pushed out on an I academic limb and plunged into ori- entation, placement tests, vaccina- I tions. and yes, even parties. And it I . . I looks llke a grand year for College. I rc- ,.-Q e g: PERPLICXING NIiOPHl'T1'i PROBLISMS and sclzeduling pmblenzs are .solved by Mrs. Helen IfVrigl1I I fflffffffzfl-l'll'f'f1J, HAPPY ANIJ CONl"llJliN'l', mfw frzf.sl1111c'11 .vluzzd up for lluffr l'l1l.S'.S' ui ll nzmnentl of trelux- nlmrz ffrlzueezz 611111065 ul lf'1e1'1'jm1'ly I ,I r I Iijfiw' 47 I I II Q41 . I , V :ZZ "I . . ll 'ni mi -' i I f S N Y' Ilzezir lungs. A CfIPPliLL,4 I'OCl'f1lJZlN!L IS NOTIIINC, rom llmrefl lo life wm'l.'-ozzl mn fujmlnlff yffff-ff'I1If1'J'.5 gi f fl YHIS' ll'ON"l' HURT if BIT! living sho! nf lllltl ful ny .s'I11drf11f.s' lmw' new w1r'r'Uml1'm1.s l'fll'!l yum' ui n'gf.sln1l! N X xNcNNNg --' ZNOV ' mu IV111 mf! il? September, the shortest month of the school year, lasted only a week. But things were buzzing even before most of the collegians arrived. The Eagles lost a hard football tussle with Kentucky, one of the nations best. and returned to wallop their traditional foe, East Texas State, 42-20. Registration got top billing with cam- pusites in September. Registration: endless lines . . . "How many hours are you taking?" . . . agronomy majors to the left . . . "This class is closed" . . . "Where's your communist pledge? . . . "Sorry, it's lunch time. Come back this afternoon." . . . etc. But there was plenty of time to relax at dances on the Slab and at the Club- house, parties for freshmen, pep rallies, the Saturday Night Stage show, and Church. Then to classes. ' I . . 1121 J' october . . . spooles and queens eagles and politics " iquvs October found Nlexans steeped in classes and collegiate events. A brown South American eagle was taken into the hearts of nearly 5000 students and NTSC received its first mascot. and named him Scrappy. Football weather and wins brought victory over Oklahoma 'llecli and Trinity and a tie with Midwestern U. A bigger than ever Halloween carnival at- tracted swarms ol' students, and lively political rallies brought out an encouraging number ol' voters to choose their IQ50-51 officers. Polgar made his "traditional" appearance. and students filled the UB for Jain sessions and all-college dances. 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' 5 1 '13 fl 11 HOPES BURNILD 1iRlLLIANTLl' 11.5 Ilzousands clzeerecl ul giant Hon1e1'on11'ng llllllflllf' mlly lmforw Iliff i'IiI'fIlli- ions contest V f,+ X1 U Collegians began sweating out the Ctlllllllg ol 'lihanksgiving holiclays, but Noveniber was llll actio11 packed lllfllllll on tl1e campus. XVith Home- coming and Religious Emphasis YVeek sharing top billing, the college year kept going lull blast. lllue Keys talent show, inter-so1'o1'ity and li1aate1'11ity p11ese11tatio11s, tl1e Senate liasco over tl1e Yucca beauty section - these all came i11 N4JX'CIlllJCl'. Quadrangle boys worked Illlllly long hours in pre- paration lor the biggest lJ0lllll'C in school history. which was still s111oltle11i11g a week alter the cele- lJl'2lllOIl. l'lOUTl3,Jl,l, lilffl ll'N l'll'fS Il'l'l'II lflelfllflll us U1n'w11 llurolyn Lyons is f2H'.W'lIff'Il' will! 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I Ir X Q ,5' Y J K C 1 Vx Refreshed after a brief Thanksgiving respite from the doldrums of classwork. collegians returned to Denton and turned out 4.500 strong for the open- ing of the new gym. A fivesome from Aggieland spoiled the first nighters' glee as Coach Shands' roundballers went down 40-35. But this loss was soon forgotten as the gym became accustomed to see- ing the Eagles in the win column. One of the most controversial educators in the country. Dr. Clarence E. Ayers of the University of Texas. gave collegians a little hint as to his line of thought as he spoke on "The Value Problem" at a Fine Arts lecture. College Players gave their fall production. "All My Sons". and the School of Music presented the Concert Band in a Sunday af- ternoon program of the finest in martial music. Student opinion was divided on use of the atomic bomb in present day warfare. but all were of the belief that Christmas should come more often. That was the time when formals reigned supreme. as all the fraternities and sororities tried to get their fall formals off at the same time. 'Fessor and the Aces did more than double duty during December. Campus politicians received a shock when Jesse Brown resigned as president of USNT. Veep Bill Mackey took over and herded the group for the rest of the semester. l'Vith the Merchandising Art's Nativity scene beautifying downtown Denton. collegians left the campus on December 20, not to return until the following year. . "N" fn. A "V w'1luv- samfhg-:C MY! ' flg"9fQ.,, 5y,,,,, ' , .My if J ff X M313, I V 5.22 .af New if 4 fl.f1l1.l' 1J1itIOlwZf1T1ilJ rmfl Zllf'11-1llHI'Q f11ll'1.X1Il free gels plenly of lI11c"I111U1l in ilu' lxkzjyjm fm 11.81 . 1 41,1 1' 1' AIA S fH1f11 1 1111 us ixlllffl lfhvm lzfmwl 'llc lIl'gll1'Y'fflY1U1F11 Huvlm' ff1Il'l'll'1'.S11Y lim 11.8. :rl-110 F' 1, .Q 29 ,XP ,- gi? .gi auf J' is -5.... lili'l"l'l.X'tQ pl COLD .SlIULfI,IJl',R ,JNIJ :IN lfl 'anuar . . . Many students began the new year in an entirely new kind of life. as 362 men withdrew from school to enter the armed services. Both the registrars and the Dean ol' lVlen's offices were flooded with lines of men waiting to with- draw while they could still receive credit lor all passing work and be exempted from final exams. For those men who decided to sweat it out. and the girls who didn't have to worry yet. linals I Yl'.1Rlz. liolfhy l'nr'1.w, 'l'mr'1s llhglfl and Meryl llfllllffr loomed not too far ahead. 'There was lunch Q fllsplflx' llfrn' lrzlwnf IIIIYZI , . . g. 3 ' to occupy one s nnnd besides studies. however. f as the Fine Arts series brought the Paganini Quartet to the main auditorium. and the Opera 1 Wo1'kshop gave its fall production. Donizett's 5 "Daughter of the Regiment." The Grand Chorus made an appearance with the Dallas 'Q symphony as it commemorated the death of 4 Q Cuiseppe Verdi by singing his immortal "Re- D quiem. 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KIZUIIIDILS cz neu fx' ABOVE: .MANUAL ARTS . . . home of Business and Home Economics Schools. BELOW: Newly Complet- ed QUADRANGLE, home for 300 men ,Q 1 , XA K 11 A J , scmesler and fl full eomplemevzl of Classes and lnborn- tones BOTTOM: Sonlh wing, TERRILL HALL im- -, hes the grac'z'o1z.snes.s of ils girls A.. 1 mvrfi , I ' Z. nv z V "QQ " F ' A 1 ' 1 1 fr X f N , 5- , ggi - V . ,. A -, I , I . Q , . , fig . f, ,lj ,qw , fu ,Q ! , ,X ' f , AQM.. If 4 5, Q MWF, l . ff, A 1 A A V., In F f ,I , 1 S , I2 Mff'Q,g'w 1- 5 . ,, my .':xf , ,, "ii, ' , fr ' , g",,f"'x, f ,fff K A 2" ,N I Y ' 4'j,f+ff 2 f T ff T .. 41 ,S , ffllf r , 4 7 5 I ' , L44 s uu f 5 l ff' ,-' .lip lf I 4 ,ff of T f ff l ff' 2' Mfjp l fx ',v'1v,,'1"' ' . , l lf, 1841! 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Wy, ,, V wamnlif --.ps 1 1 .i TOP RIGHT: FOURTH ESTA TERS team to ,M,,.,d-iff! , ply llzeir trade in the .IOURNALISM BUILD- f"'l7- ' ING, while BOTTOM RIGHT: The School of 'A is f A v,I Nlusic sounds forth from the top of the "Hill" xMm,,,lfw-M' T it ll: at AJUSIC HALL with beautiful music kfffwndvfriwtv T , ' 5 f-fem" , - ' t ' Z' 1 ' hh i f7 H lfwf ff fW rp . 7 N-,, ,,fe Y! A- ix! 5,5 y I 1 YN fu! i X 931' A Tf""f Y 'T s ,ff 4- A K' I gmt ' I g I ' to - of T ' l ,,ff"' ffsr L wtf L lil lllf f E l vw"""" T -K M it Q , ,L sm -wg, V! I- 1' , ffm' M 'E' W H I A' fr' 'ff' H: .. 5 ,Y ' X iff -rs . 'vl 4-www? 11 'xl' 'V 'KKK 2 ' vm mark... :va rin breezes and spring fever . . . Entertainment galore blew in with the March wind and students began sensing the coming of spring. Dutch week came and went. much to the sorrow of pocketbook-ridden males. and Jim Stewarts fine show, "Musical Varie- ties." played twice to lull houses. The VVoni- en's Forum presented its Style Show. and the fl Cappella choir lelt for a l5-day trip. Pat Riley, flyweight' boxer. won the national Gold- en Gloves title in Chicago. and televiewers saw the second annual NT Day. 1 r ,f i :Y s f 25219. X N ie: W 1 f Q .t-. A X S. so f 9 ..,,m,. f ' Q X 45. ,t it - X f E nit ' fe 4' 1 ' 'f ill-l.-POOPEIJ. after Sfnizlg Tl'IlfIIl-fig' SITIUIII- TINY IVIQET ,KIND BIG SIWILIC was lII.Sfl"llIlI6'II- mage .xe.ssio11, Tummy firm' and lirnie 1W111'1'fel ln! in life SP1!"I'fIUlI of 'lbzrzafzyf' Burden as the full: urfm' llmfr 1II'llIA,5'f?.S JPO lllrzdfrffllfz Gzrl IX THE .SPRING . . . young folks fancies lightly turned In flmuglzts of term papers. class lectures, lnbomfmies. and .such plervsrlres ,ist --r ZF if y'?',A, if V Q E, 1 ' 5 ,La . ., 1. Q :Hr ni!" V, ki yr 4.1 ' ffm.-f, . 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BELOW: An excellent example of soutlzelrn colonial living is the lucky habitat of the OAK STREET HA LL women 5 'M-X. -f For those who wish ibmctical experience in running Cl house- hold, the School of Home Econonzics prozrides HOME MAN- AGEMENT HOUSE, above. BELOW' RIGHT, In stately dig- nity stands the home of our executive family, PRESIDENTZS HOME. BOTTOZVI: Many hows of practice sessions in OR- CHESTRA HALL are spent by students in the School of Alfzzsic ,ll 'fsn..,, . 12 -4 Yi . X LL., , 511 'f 5, 11 swf' '- We ' ,jfs 'Qg :iff-, .ii 1 N-:'-,s,g::f1 93-'uf ma. 3 "' X Wi ", ir Q, ' '.v- Y jgi d' ?',-Yi 4 fv 'K Q W , 1' 4 NV if 1 ff uf 1, if '93-lf lgvffg if Ii ' ' Sf . A ,J w ,sy . fs. ' --. ww: ' .' -yy H y "- . , .J-lgw-,-A . -- ":p:6'V'f?"'? t"df5i"1'. - ' , ,, C fx 'ff U XS 355- ' We-:.'.. Mft '-LT. S ' 4 , 1: 5 ggpfvi-, g:ff4Si.vf 5 , , 75" Q?-KW. s ff 'si . 1 1.-H .fic-'ai at ,, ,nw , ,J gb., ,hgfgg ,:t,aw,f,1-q,. -,Q - M.-' , ., ,. f. 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' W I 7 SONIC 1,l1x'1f IT HOT, .mn11' filer il fold, 11111 QIIIIIVIIF 1'uilf'r.s011 V- ' . ' and Pulli l'm1fl1'r liluf lu gr! fluff: inns luffinrf lm! ZUf'lIIIlH'I' urriwffs I 2- 'ij I IIN' " , AX , V , IQ 'A X I gf, Q K I .?. "E," 0' I 6I2f5Q.j::s'ff' 5: I 4 Q3 Q .FQ x f af' 3 S3 f aj Q Q 5 Rfb 53 I , V CU u Q- QI 1' M' gif I VL G THOUS4NDS CHEERED as lVI6Tl.l'llIll iretfzifrned Inter-.Sorority Stunt Nite to the canzpizs for the benefit of the Student Chapel Fund. Gamma Kappa stunt, shown above a ril . . . showers and sun Spring and its social season began in a big way during April. Most of the frats and sororities either conduct- ed or planned their formals, but non- socialties had plenty to occupy them- selves, too. Dr. George Morey and the Symphony Orchestra gave their spring concert, and accompanied Stell Andersen during a special Fine Arts program. Sportingly speaking, Coach Odus Mitchell's pigskin crew began work- ing out for their third year in Gulf Coast athletics. The links squad con- tinued in its winning Ways, but match- es were still hard to make for lack of opponents. On the track front, both the 440 and 880 relay teams turned in some of the best times ever re- corded by NT tracksters. For entertainment there were such shows as the Phi Pixy 4. V - . if 1.- .:,g yk X? f ' va? fi X ak gg L ' SHOT AT AND HIT by the Stale Health Board X-Ray Unit, NTexans from all over eonzplieal with the opportunity for free pictures 9 5 I U I i J-4,1 ELA- .1 4 ',,'i,f' ev-si ' 'Y'-5:15-4. CHILTON HALL, home for 550 stalwart men I Q E CIu.s'.s'1'0onz and eozuzselizzg moms for PSYCHOLOGY ,',,,,N,,r,,K .--"""""- e ,, X-Q. Largest and newest for women . . . BRUCE HALL For aches, pains or spmined eyebrows . . . COLLEGE H OSP! TA L ' 1 i . ,,-jfhf X V -A 4'3FXM" My ,, 1..,,.1- 'Eff- 5, gf::f9'f3"" "f'1f9" BMJ, ,,--'4"'K' 'fhil That home away from homo, THE UNION BUILDING L fs r ,XX xx ' The jJria'e of North Texas: NEW MENS GYM, for 4,000 Spectators .32 ' ,lIjllff.lf1l.Yfi .ell-O,X'tJ, TUCiliTHliR. King lirnif' iwarwl and Qzzffmz fivrry llwzizzger are rewfezued by their zzclnzznrzg' ruin! of Jllbj-6't'l5 halloween carnival . . . of queens and spooles and hooteh shows too One night was a little more spooky than any other on the campus when the annual Hal- loween Carnival hlarecl its noisy way through Harriss g'ylHIl2lSll1lH. 'l'he eoronation by jesse Brown, USNT president, ol king and queen flllnggrgus and Ernie Marvel and Gerry Henninger brought a rnyriad carnival joys climax to the Press club contest. At the Carnival proper several fraternities antl sororities Caine Out with shows Well Worth their achnission charges, and everyone had a . . your lmrlrls fllilf f ITN 11.1, fXI.lzfIli TU WI' XUII' big loucl time. BUMP IVOR Tllli BUYS in ilu' lmlmnv was rfr1.s1'ly arrarzged Iliff P1' Pllzfs nl llfwiz now 1ilIfiI1IIIU1l.S' and lll?l'6lIIIllll uiN'lIl'IlglIfy Nzzdms' ,show ft- ,rg -- 'L J . . F. -. , an , ., V x. ug 'puns , ....., , , 2Y:"' 1 - Q., . . - , ' -f. ,, F . f 4 0' 1 , .V 'Q l kk: ....v"'W" Q i SQUIR TS AND AN OLD I"l.,f1Mli were a big nifrafilon 111 lim Crzrnizfnl, lm! llff' lmsl jarizcs were llmsa' will: rfznrllfs RIGHT THIS IVAT LAIJIIQS AND GliNTLli- IWEN, for llm lqrerzlzisl Cll.Y!7lllj' of "1ml11rnl" ml- 611l limi lllc' world llus www' .sr'f'11. fm g f 1 I., -ff zzz.- 1 4, ,, w v w w NO'l'UlflOllSl,Y WILD ANI? GAY. "'Tlm ldmly In RMI" .slmw of Ihr' Phi rllllllk jmf'L'f'zl in , lim Slll'!fl'l'.S all r'wf'11i11g I L I l fits' BRIIJICS FOR .S'Al,I1'. will: n nuplml lsiss nm! wffll-wisllilzg fl'lf'IIfl.S' lllI'0?l'lI lll-l'UIIl'lI'.Sj? of Ilffllu Clfi Dflln CARD .3'f1,1RIx' FHHITERNITY MEN DEA-11, 'EPMI and nvzfl 'rm and rake in flaw .sflzillfngs . . . all fm' II wwf! f'r111.S6. Hmmm' 5 . , x""'L"i.. '15 i J t 1 V 6 rf l ' Q 4'1" 9 ,A A Hg,-if 1' wx 's:A-'Ju A WITH A POLITICIANS TRADEMARK, the cowboy lat, campus politieo Bill Mackey warms up a speech in his run for USNT Vice-President politics in action SWEET AND LOW, serenading served in the stead of string bands to appeal to higher minded voters in the erfeniizgs for girls' votes With the Little Dorms Association dead, the start of an Independent rally began late in fall campaigning. As dissident Greek organiza- tions reviewed their coalition compromises, the block began to split. ln this upheaval, Inde- pendent Bill Mackey split the fraternity vote to carry the Vice-Presidency. Through the same maneuver, the Senate balanced its representation again. As usual, much of the fire came from Freshman cam- paigns. To the concern of student government friends, campus support in the election and subsequent actions was disappointingly slight. Hope remained, though, as political cauldrons burned low and students, regardless of party af- filiation began to shape a new year of campus life together. 3 AND FURTHERMORE, IF ELECTED I PROMISE . . . Campaigns rallies were held on the south veranda of the Union Buildingg no soap boxes THE ELECTION BOARD CREVV WORKING HARD and accurately to keep ahead of the ballot-box countg empty Coke bottles and overflowing ash trays testify to the strain as ' 'r A.. 1 1, M f RECEIVING BALLOTS to vote is no simple matter - it takes lnrains and a tiehet " ' 1 ,, if f -..g.,Xg' -. Rf '- ' ttf' -5 ' ,N V Y H, - gizqs' O M 1 W-T' x J., -vw ,X . :rf X, T V f, xl V I "DUH" NOW VVHO PV!-IS TI-IAT GUY? The USNT ballot is some- times 2 to 3 feet long 1 Y? NM st 1 I they work under THE TA TAL STEP deposzttnv the ballot zrnposszble to stuff wzth that eagle-eye CIIOIV IIOFNIJS CROIVIJ AROUND as sororily Huis ,tj1rmf1' ilu' llflllllfliflll lmfud fo .show VIISIIFFS Il D ' V 1 good flllll'-Ill1'fI!.X THIS GL.-JD HAND, COFFEE. AND ClG.4RS-e.S- waitin! lil?g'1'f'IHt'7lIf.S for ll .wrfressfzll H1511 smoker and stag uff1li1+C!11' Sfgs rush parties Neophyte time comes but twice a year at North Texas. The fraternity brothers put on their best behaviors, the sorority sisters don their best party manners, and the rushees, remembering how mother told them to act when they went to parties, assume the most frightened, yet knowing, attitudes that they can conjure up. Presumably a good time is had by all. Soft drinks, maybe even some not-so-soft drinks, are served: cigars and ciga- rettes are smoked by non-smokers: money is spent for what the members hope will prove to be worthy causes. Wfhen the smoke dies away and pledgeship begins, minds begin to ponder, "Oh thou glory that was to be. where- fore art thou now?" LEFT: A GENTEEL GA THERING, as girls' dates are lzmuglzi info the fluffy for nzerrimenz'-Plzi Cams LEFT: MINNIE HOTCHA DANCES for ilze en- Iiglzienment of gzzesfs sllmus grave, jmzfse and rfznrm-Knpl1Jr1.S 'gif V H I' l gi, - A 7' t- - C ...- I , - X - fb l i f E i sf ,J 4, egg? ,- sm yas-N GOING' FIRST-CLASS, the Bettis wine and RUSTIC, BUT NICE, the traditional Zeta "jenn dine their Rzishees in glainorons Hiihhard Hall ,lainboreeu is the way ibrospeeliife new nieinhers O1ialRooin ineet the sorority sisters JF' HOT ENTERTAINMENT AND FLOOR SHOW is one way the APO'S spiee-up their han- quet during the rushing aetiziities .SHOWING OFF THE HOUSE, Trojans guide rush guests through their newly-acquired house on Sycamore PUTTING IT ON THE LINE, the Phi Taus provide a harherue dinner with their fellowship for rushees MIXING BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE, Phi Sigs' rushees have their dates in to share the fun of rush week MQ' sd, I fn!! x s S 4 If -5 1 if 7 F e .' -. , ffwg Q, we Af , . 22 J '4 , , f ,- , mv by ,J em ' Qxx ik . 1 5 x Q ' 5 . i gf , if 3 6 QS, N ,X 5 S , i Q5 Q ' A we I+ X Z' x ZX ? M , if 1 5' w e xewstg A "TI-Ili DICA THLIQSS IeIe'UHLIJ", fl dmnm of pmfozuzd eflzieal s1'gr1ifiea11ee, was preselzied by the Wesley Play ers in lzighlfglzf file exlremely rfariecl progmnz offered duringll11'syear's week of religious emplzasis. LIlI.i1'67 .Sify Clzristinrz AIIASHIIIIS presented the rzetizfifies spotlight on active religion religious em hasis wee . . . A PROBLEAJ ! ECONOJWICS AND 1W.4RRlAGli AND THE lf,41VIlI,Y: Ilr. Ifugene Dawson GOD: Dr. G. Avery Lee in ll firey in ufienmmz .senzirznr .s'e.ssim1 1 V , p r ,ef ' . y 2:-A , ' ,Q ' " ' ' A -w e " .,.,. 4 ,. b , W if if A T32 , ' ' avg' V 2-:MM -:im 3 Z , ,'-s'4'- '!9s- 'Z i, v , ' ff - kms: ., ,, . ,mlb ' f M -1 WW' hw--..,.,,,.,, gm -Q . is .f f at ill VV f-. ,A ,.+, ,ws ..ffs :'f13t . 7"-L.3fff'K,Z'fli:5-' fifii . ,Mi .V 7 My I qmffeezrvlflj.,-, M vf ' f ""' J .rf-. W' gn 3. :l',"""5'v Q' if ' ,- .4 'sf . i .ws 5" :f . . i 1 f" fl 4+ A4 Z, ., 'I ,f egg, ,,- 9 . Religious Emphasis Vfeek . . . Realizing that education and religion have a common duty, NTexans stop during these seven days to examine themselves in a spiritual light. This year RE VVeek was probably more far reaching on the campus than ever before. Beginning with a student assembly convocation Tuesday morning, campusites attended lectures. seminars. movies, discussions, a religious drama, and musical programs all week long. Prominent speakers from many parts of the country were brought in to speak on "Sci- ence and Religion." "God on the Campus." and other topics vitally concerned with the students spiritual growth. But religious programs were not limited to campus auditoriums. Religious programs were held in fraternity and sorority houses and Denton churches cooperated in- dustriously. Through the initiative and work of the Student Religious Council. faculty members. and local churches, the student could purpose- fully search his aims, his ideals. and adjust him- sell toward his God. X :3,, tii ':'-1::t- . HN, !' ff ff, ff im 5 ff'-n'::w P ,... Q H M ...M awww y ,t M 51 ll'.Nl'l' 'l'lllXli IIOII' IJISTINCTIVE you will be as KI red-headed pledge of flm! gmzzrl nlfl fm!! C Q tune an . . . .4 .S'lJl,YlXfL liXplA1lJ1.I'f of zulml may lee e,x'peefed of an IA Club pledgesllip, ffl- lll 1'r1l1xlIAI1r'll" 1 L J- a rugged Q Y 1 A, , ,N X - Cf ww 5 WN l qs:-fy it Q 'KL' Q5 L' ' wg, 4 I 'ff A S G V N V V -,lA' 1 ws me ' ll'bfl' kv -gdilll . X X ' l fm' ' f liggellflii ff 'JWM ff liglllffiif N, , 'M gig!!! Hill ,g.llmll.l gigffiiiiii l . ll Hglflllllli l ,. , ,,,, . A, fgeizimgg' f le 02 ,g:gg:z5m! l G qu 5552" 25552 4? f' --.Fii iw , , gig .3555 'I f, ' 1, ' ' - vin I 1 , X N ,' if ,f , f447',? gffsssin 5 sl' "Q I fJlv'lilil'li-H'HlTIi l'I,Ii1JGli.'s' of llfe Green .lflClf6l.S' give fl .Serenade for the azfxlers rlzrrizzvg flI4l?lIPl' .jf ggi: 1 ' pledgeship. H Pledgeship at North 'liexas is as varied as the organizations that exist on campus. 'lihese trial periods run from the very liornial and secret to the rowdy. publicity-seeking ones. A connnon factor of all is the be- lief that this period should train the pledges in the philosophy and beliefs of the brotherhood, together with their own traditional ways of living and doing things as an organization. Healthy is the sign that sonie or- ganizations are accepting change to a highly constructive and ritualistic pledge training period. 3 ...X- of 311 ,Q ,4 . I 1 .fi R .9 tiff X K v' lr. K X .fbi "" l'l3l1l,lUl N fm' ilu' .kflllllfkk or fum! l'IIl'll.S nllwi' only ll fxwo llfllll xtvlll 111 flu' .X I Po.-,I flffllf' Illia", and II f1'flf'M,' U ? .l v., mai! .-,.4..q,....f.,., .. ,V .... 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Friday jam sessions . . . collee in an overcrowded snack bat' . . . new acquaint- ances constantly . . . a hundred peeks daily in an empty mail box , . . card games . . . dis- cussions on a million topics . . . late for cutj classes . . . and just plain relaxation in com- lortable chairs uncommon to classroom form- ality. .fb if ,sf . ,R X 9' 31 ky 5 , Wd! 7 W, , . L 7, 3 ypwiw' W4 ww, ' , fa wwf- J ' A- MM,,.,-,--w""'M i f ,W fy ' , f- f r Rf Z WW, E M1084 ' IV' COMIC SIT IH' 'l'lll'j lfllfli lilllf' llmlm' . . . lllllf llml l'.S jim' zufml f'HlZUlf.S' nl fnwjllf' flu ZlYfl1'll 11'i11!f'1y ,s'fm'111.x' ffluxl nuwry 1111111113 1-0111 Zucfrllllm' . 3 ' " If 'f K, M-J UN 'f'l'l'1',! lifllflx' l'1'jlf,I,X'l1,AI I'IUll'll.S Qllfflfl nl llIIll'.N lm l-S,Xl llllllflfllf rlwf fullrdx' fluff .xf1r'f'r'fl1'.x ,1 . 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Spectacular in content as well as length. the parade canie down Hickory Street from l town and circled the canipus. 7 1 'Ilhe parade was composed of pretty girls, marching bands, cowboys, shiny convertibles, 1 sorority and fraternity pledges, coed football ' players. and a beautiful queen clad in white , and seated on a huge Eagle throne. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 1 1 IT I'.4l'S Ulflff. 11.1 M111'1f111.s P1'111'I.y 1111'11.s' 5121111111 111 l1UlIlI'I'fllIlIIIg 1'111111111ll111' j111lg111g 111111 IPI11' T1111 1f11.s1' 1111'11.s' .s'1f1'11111I 111 HI111' Key f1t11l1f1'111Iy 111111651 1 1I1f1'1.s'11111 1 R53 F71 T l A. I pu YZ 1' I '9 . 6 1 X U ' 91, , Z X , f 42, 4 gf Ng R 5 55. K. fm -f f-. 1 -, - 2,3351 I Z 5 ff' f, . - x ' "54'ifi- "Wiz M., '-W4 f ff Ba, Q.. 9 ff, , N4 . ' ' 16 w f ' V . ' 4' 4 ', .f .L'!,v , . gag' 'Q ,v ' W5 s AL. i 0, r'v.K. W 6 6. . ,s , 4 bi . 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ABOVE: NO MAN IS' SAFE, as predatofry females do the tag- ging. RIGHT: NIAN REIGNS .SUPREME as obliging females observe all courtesies. DU , 'L ri WW' 4 ii f - w fig' " A 5 f 7 Q f 5 4,124 g If 53xx 1 XA i I tl 2 S t s 5 . s ' 'E J 3 5 3 . THIS SUREST WA Y TO A IWANY9 HEART . . . Ilimzrr nl TIOIIIP dutch week . . . Dutch VVeek . . . this is an increasingly popular tradition at North Texas introduced a few year's ago by desperate Chat editor Kenneth May. Now sponsored by Wo11ie1i's Forum, it gives shy and cloisted and sheltered coeds the opportunity to exercise publicly the tactics she has practiced through subterfuge the other 51 weeks of the year. An ideal way to date the man she's been eyeing, it presents a week of rest to the overworked masculine treasury. Simply, it means D.ames U.nited T.o Catch Husbands Hfeek. . , W 1 .- A 7 rr ., 3 y if .SO NICE OF YOU to call for us! WHY NOT? Il'5 0 Ilflmfs World anyway HANDS IN POCKILTS . . . the UI nm ax . 1 5 -Q-V" ., I .ar 'if' .wr f- '42 df. I 'W t e students s eale mi-. democracy in action -x in W N 19 ff 4 , . .Y 'Sf '- x SIf.Y.el'I'Ii fII.ERlx' ANITA PORTER IJOODLES- IIS 'l'I'I'fI1I'N' l1'1111 Nllllfll r1f111I.s' 111i1111l1's of ll11f 11131 1111'eI111g. S1'1111l1f 1JI'I'.5lllff'IIf 'IQOIIIIIIB' Hughes 11w111l.s llllli l'OI.lfXl'-IIOORIJIN.-I TIN!! COMMITTEE ilII'f'l' llll-ffl ilu' fl1l1111111'.sl1'11I1'o11 IIIIII now 1'ejJo1'f.S 11111 fol- IOZUIIIIQ I'lIfllI'Ql'.S llll 11111' lY'.S'flfIlfIlllIH - 1'il'C'.SlIllll1II S1'1111io1' 11111111 1,Il'c"l'.S Q 1 Na 1 it it , :uf 4 ff 2 at the illustrious student senate North Texans are probably natural-born politicians. At any rate, it has been reliably computed by somebody that there are more poli- ticians per square inch at NT than otherwise. Rumor has it that there were four parties or- ganized in the Freshman class before school even opened. No one can explain how Rumor knew it . . . we thought he was in service again. Many matters occupy the attention of the Senate - from selecting Queens and Duchesses to represent North Texas at celebrations in other colleges to deciding who should clean out bird cages. The biggest continual fight this year concerned how to care for the new College mascot, Scrappy. At no time was the Senate able to find adequate support for his maintenance. Culminating a three-year running fight with shadows, a drinking fountain was installed in the Union Building. Traffic around the campus and coke machines for the girls' dorms was investigated, but no positive action taken. Student neglect in the "Flock Here" referen- dum vote stunned student govermnent and slowed down its progress. .,.-l . .. H .4 U ...wi ' I . .' 4- Q -.. '. . . . ..--.. 'v-.l 1 . 'za u I , l . Q . o 0 ' . IA mls in " I , l it J s lag "MISTER CHAI.RMf1N WE RISE ON A POINT of 111'1Ie1"' . . . gerzeral chaos ,W "l','IRlJUN Alli, u'n1'.S ffll 5 Hlilmurl gn all flu' way in Sl. 1.UlIl4.S ilflnfflfillf lH'l'llt1,f .S'l'llC'fl'lll'lx'I'fl?H SIWUKE CLEARS' as USNT I92'exy and Szfzzfllnz lifll Boyd zmffm in fUJ'l':QlAOlllIfl. HlII'A'lQl'UIllIll. Clmi Rf'jJm'l1'r limi Slllllff l'lll'l'lu'-X mi ffHf.S will: 'limfznly l'1lllLf!lf'.S fu l'm'lf'r and .slllllll l1.s'lf'11 mlilfx' 1 , I f , y ,K .12 4? N ' f 'fr 44 A 49,3 y A.,. I , i,,, 'K 1 i Q Q ,A I X x 0 3 X L X W 133 stu ent a or . . . For many N'l'exans. college means not only scheclulecl classes ancl activities but also a part-time job to finance those classes and ac- tivities. 'l'hroughout the years, stu- clent labor has enterecl into nearly all phases of work on campus and in Denton. Stuclents are offered 'jobs from hash slinging to fire fight- mg. Cab driving. truckloacling. secre- tarial ancl office work. fellowship teaching, auto mechanics, selling. ancl even the military reserves- these are only a few of the jobs available to ambitious collegians. 'Ii'R,111I1TlON,4l.l,l' . . . THE H,-ISH Sl,lNGlf1i5', fl K'Uffl'gI.flf8 job with zuf11A111 111f'11m1'1e.s for 111111131 grenl pf'1'.w111.s V233 f- Q' xkfixivx - f ' , ,fffy if , f 2 f G f : UH 31:-FY YR. -:'- x- ,, fC ,ff ,,f9N ' X.f' ' X - S1 , VV,. X 3' x Q.-.--..u-.-1.-.-w.v.,y,,W,,,, .,. .W , ff .f X mm, Q x , x 8 'Nm H 'Alb' no Ju-no-" RIGHT: AS TR.4lJlTlON,4L AJS A H- SENT-MINIJEIJ PR OFIZSSORS, is tiff' 5111516111 .w'1lf'.w11n11 likf' lfnllffr Brlzsllnmn Sirzrzforfl Orllf. I3Iil,OlV: SMILINC :IND lf1"FIC'1ENT. nuury .S'fIlflI'II1'S flAl?0' jaarf-f1'n1f' jobs as .Sf"l'l'l'ffkV1.P.S, fu Bfffif 1WrI?rirIf' has drmf' , -J--""'9Ng,' fll,l, 1JIflzS.S'l'flJ-l'I' A-IXIJ NU l'l.pIfJli TO ILO, mzm' Alu- flwzlx find join as fl'7'L'llIC'll 'xx' -If-W, "xxx" ' vw Q 'Fw-V if ,fs is I '1 4 Q0 If .. zwsw, I ff, .fm . , -ww X 'R X x Q ii ,km 5 3 A v 602 3 We mam l,4IS"1' T01 'lflll'f.S', PRIMP, ANI? l'VAl'I', 'l'ln'ougl1 eds ll flirty mirror ilu' fJlIUlIllQl'lIlIlll'V looks into llle girlfs NOG lulzlmlrllgf' Illi1'.X'.YllI.Q lllllllli Qotilm 3 s l f IX 'lilllf l'l"lNfi,S', 'rllorlwls rurlil illr' fill' lnsllnll' off ll1r'1'rf1'11ff1y lr1lllf'llIlnli1'l71g uurliffnrff RIGIIT: MlilffllrlfflNIJISING ,IRT X'l'l'11l'f.X'TiS' COilIP1,liTli llleir .tel flf'.Sl'QIl.S will: final exnnzfzznlion of the fmlfffl frm' and jonquil gnrrleris. The rzucliwrzre rlmllfffl nl Airs. Helen ll'l'l.',Qlll'.S 1llf1.s.5e.s" Klfllllllllll' singing of ll1f',slylf'.Slmzt' Spring weather brought Spring social activities resulting in the VVomen's Forum March Style Show. 'l'hat "sweet and sharp look" was modeled by campus- ites on a beautifully decorated stage to background or- gan melodies. The audience, exceptionally large, witnessed new and original creations in both male and female apparel on a stage designed similar to a modern store front with a large window glass display. 'L x99 0 SELF-CONSCIOUS 1WASCUl,11N'li AIODICLS fi11'g1'!. 1'l11'1'l.' 111111 l'fIUSli FOR 11 MOMPQNT, j111.w1', .Sl1'1'l:1' 110-cl1e1'l.' ill the I'111'.vif31 Sl111j1, 111111 1111f11l11llx- 111111: 1111! fl 111111211 fl -Sl.Ul0'IlFlfl', ll11'11 1l1f.s1'1'111l ilu' sl1111'w11x1 11111119 l1ef111'f they go O7lSfIllQ'P 111 glory IIIIII l1111111j1 ON STA CE A T LA.S'T,.sl11wI31.g1'11cef11Ily.111111 1111111 g141P11t 1l1Pl1'I11'1'11l1'1111. 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One must only see the professional talent on the campus now - Gene Pflug, Tish McCarley, Tinker Cun- ningham, the Dipsy Doodlers, Supper theatre actors, guitarist Bob Hames, and others - to be assured that present day collegians are holding up the superb tradition of good entertainment set by previous en- tertainers here. 5-unpiln-1 THROUGH THE l'E,f1RS, North Texans 1111116 thrilled to the dllllflillg 111 Gene Pflug. Below far left he is STIOZUII 11.5 he fippaited 11111611 he d11111'e1l 115 11 F1'e5l11111111. 111 the center he is caiighf 111 the height of fl 'I'0llll'7I6' cliirirzg' his IIIIIZIAOT year. llfIl'l.Sl6l' .sl111w1111111 110111, his ll1.Sl 11pj9e111'1111re is be- low, 11.5 II g1'1111'1111ti11g Se111'111' i111 his sopliisiirnted Hlllllillf "Night Life in New York" H T QSQTTTT3 1 ' ,I 1 'I ful Qi' ff, ru i -V , X W 0 ., 13 is 1 i, 'M mf pi: W is 1 f . Wg W4 1' z 4 1 , , ,X ' ,455 ,K 3, I Y 5, 4 ff af? 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Rlfillfi C.-111IPU.S' HIC-IJOfi.S', V166- l'1'1'.s1'1l1'11l 111111ll11'11'.s, 1J1'1111 1f1I11'li.8, lf1'g1'.Sl1'll1' lI11'!11'12, 111111 Golf 111111111 fillllll .Sl'141'I' 11.1 .QllHl'1'j' llI11'l.I1KQ' fl 111111, 1111'1'l Zlllifll 1-111.11111 C11ll1'g1',' 11111 1111111 be-'s , pm. 11wp,m,. 51, AHLAZE IVITH LIGHTS, the Club Imuse I8 the Alum f 1 Qlzulfnts lt 1 1 Iunv dm on czznzpus. Azfuilable for dances nzanw KZIKHIIIQS I 12 III ll mm jnqzzer x .sflzeduled by mznpus OlgUIll'ZflIIUI1S golf course EXPERT INSTRUC'I'ION its uzfuilzzfzle in reg14lurly-sc'I1c'dl1lcd r'l11.s'.sw'. BELOW: L. M. ffmzznell, mztifnzul IIIIIIIIIJIOII golfffr. r'm'ref'l.s .S'fllllI'6' of qlerm Snzillz. RIGHT AND BOTTOIW: Two of IIIP Imsz' Ifrmwrz z1r'ti1"1't1'f'.s' IITIIIIIIIIIIH 4- n1f'I11lbI1y51'r11I d1'5z'11.s'.sim1.s ul life luke, and mlm IIIIIF5' 171 the zuffll-ml111'll1pf'd and lIIUlIt"l'IlI.SIIf' IIIIII Imzzse .s1mc'I.' 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Some were fortunate enough to fly. but most had to settle for buses. Consola- tion is that you see more of the country when you motor. Nary a tour got under way without the last-minute conlusion ol' something being for- gotten. of someone being late. or the transporta- tion not ready. Contrary to popular belief, all is not play on a North 'llexas tour. Men and women alike fthere were no childrenj had to give ol' their best to make the tours successful. 'llhe School ol' Music and the Athletic De- partment were responsible for most of the trips. North Texas' national champion goll' team traveled as lar as Atlanta, Ca. Maurice QVlcAdow's Concert Band members got to Cor- pus Christi and Mexico, and the A Cappella Choir journeyed as far as Greenville, Illinois. ANDREW .IA CKSON WA.S'N'T AT HOME the clay A Cappella Choir nzenzbeixs' dtropped in at "The Her- Ill!-lflgff' on their wide-flung Iour ff K A, , IQ! ,e f i vy, ,af - new . ,ff sy, M., 'Zig ,Ang f 4,9 " f ' I , , 1 'gfsf sl 1, , if .Q f -, lf rg K V , NIM f A 301433 4m "W+ ,fcgfff , I ' "A ' Q , WE HOPELESS ISN'T THE WORD for the c'o11nfle.s's lrnlflfng lzeaclfzclzex . . . FRIENDLY AND COIWPETENT dlr1'ver.s' help any lO'1lI' . . . PLENTY OE TIME to wait before the euneert begins .... 4 SIDE TRIP to Mexico involves Imrdelr Cheeks . . . UP AND OVER the international Izridge . . . TO SHOW HOW the other half lives. These pictures slzow how the Cun- rert Band spent its tour time MSN.-J' Q , ' 3 J" ' wg wg- ,Q X J'.ZljK fj' Q . K' , 1.72213 , I , Wm " ' I .f ' Q 'r Q '4g'I , -' f iv If 5 4 OUR UJIQECTOR, Mr. Mf- , Adfnu, even vets Into the url ' as the band en 1oy.s ll day off ul , I the .DEIICII on the Gulf of ,Z X M exzco E , I - S? ,Si ,If H Wx 1 - A' " 3, my ' I 3 ' f GETTING COLD FEET, rn' being all wel, is fun fur these nznszezuns as many of them wade in ocean wafer for the ffm! tune Ill their lives I J X 1 1 I 4' f 22 I ' "x f"Mg, Q f 1 f - , , f I., V,W'i,,,,,, Q 1, , , by 9 1 ,7 i M. fhwqw f, NW lx V 4' ,f H u , ' VY 3 7 5 f?.f.,:.5,r1,,,,fV A' QQ V 7 "1 , ff any ee 'W Wwe I "K fir' ive? f -5 W 4 VVV, XL gi III. , ge f 4 1 Qmffmf f ff! , I ffl' QV? Q 14394 . me . 1 ,' F, ,1 3 , .W N f ,Q 6 H fwf f, fi I 3 5 W f ' x . ' fmg W Q. Q M K ,fimx In ' XI' X I ,M n ' nw t e women bless 'em I'l'lfll. LINK TU llle o11l.s'1'flf' wmlrl. zumfzwz .sfmnzlulcf for tele- fzlmllf' ll.VllQI' ,ll POOH .Nlf'li.S"l'l'l'U'l'l'Q, lelleiis Illllkil flu wlfllf' llml awry .s'j1f'r'1'r1l guy its IIZUIIY lillllll lmlllff v Early risers . . . 8 o'clock class rush . . . late sleepers . . . buzzer system . . . telephone scraps . . . noise . . . sunbaths . . . pranksters . . . ! room parties . . . blind dating . . . bulletin boards . . . serenades . . . gabbing "suite mates" . . . Vespers . . . house meetings . . . "Man on second floor" . . . crowded lunch t rooms . . . peeping toms . . . ll o'clock dead- line . . . and a thousand ukuleles. Thats a l womens dormitory. l . G l I yt i, 1 E. I I l l l l n. l BUT IJARLING, I lllllllil say that ul UXIC .'11ll'.l,X"l'.lCil'f TO l,ll'lNfi in llm clorm is lllf' f'll.S'y ur- ull . . . notlzlng so sucrezl as Ilze friglll io fff,s.ml11'lzl,x' fm lrJl1f11ri.sf,r.s nf llml nzmnfzzg coffee and mll lull: all niglzi, if need lie I 1 ll Rf A lssmmi t I H 4 Z Y. f f f 1321 ' ' ffm Y 'E ,gf .- .4 , HIGH l,ll"l'f fm ffl l,liN1J-I,EASli is ll fJr1'111111'y 1'l111r11ft1Pr1'.sf1'1' llll j111r.sn11.v 111110 IIAWP .S11r1'Pssf11ll3' fllld l111pj21'lv z1'1ll1 rfflmrs nf 111111 kind 4 2 fans. .4 V-N , v,i 4, A f , IIN .Al f,llfl,.S 11111111 1'1'1111.'w1'.s 11111111111 llfmr' Hll' 111110111 11111111 j2111'l11',s 11'l11'1'1' II11' 1'111fm1'l1111l llfmlq 1.x H111 wxf flllgf' of 1'111'1'1f11l 111f 11r11111f11111 l'ql,N'IJlf1UONIUAI lil'jlC.X'.N Sl'lJRl'fA1l'j 11411111 1111 lffr 1411111 11111l1'.s try in 1l11'.x.s 111 I11111' fm' fflIff'.S 111 II11' 1 ' ' ' ' Il 1111111 .VIII 1 111111 -- porn 1 1 TZ 'IL' 'S 4-f ,H 1, Y J' . . . lll.S'T.S'lTTlN' IN TI-IIQSUN . . . on warnzl days tlzerf is always time to get outdoors in the .XIlI1.SllllIf', .Some of llm men will zuml: up u gauze of c'a1'c'l1, or loss a fooflmll arozmrl, or ZUlll'Sll6 as girls fuzlelf' lry. or analyze sold Sllljjitofl. or just full' . . . ' ' n's world . . . l'lllfRIf'S ,A1l,ll':ll'S TIME for the guys lo "gel, lo gfllzfz for songs, folsfs, lr'9lll'JZl'Xlll!9, and lzull , . W ll.N,NlI2ll.S .' A4 Q ' - s J , f- ' by K - 4,7 ,5 if-S mf 'wt f X-X f 1 1 ., if 'Nu N IV" .Mn ,...QJ in-1 Bull sessions . . . poker games . . . fel- lowship . . . busy telephones . . . twenty men in a shower at ten minutes 'til date time . . . blasting radios . . . women discussions . . . scat- tered clothes . . . merry makers after l2 p. in. . . . tone deaf singers . . . practical jokes . . . mid- night more other dorm oil sessions . . . women discussions . . . seminars upon female members of the gender . . . This is a man's world. men's life. 5 IIICLGING FOR ,-IN 1i1JI1lfpl'I'lUN. fl'I11I'V1I113' 1111'11 'l'H1i 1"l1i1i111Ulf.S'1i 1fOl'1i 51111111 111111' j1111'1 111 1111 1111111' I11 1'111'1' I111' t111'1'1' 1111111 1IlZl'1l.Y .... 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I3lfl.Oll': C.Al1lIPU.S' .AINID CITY PI,l'ilIHliliS un' fIr'lf'rn1fm'rl lo ge! fo flu' lmftom of all ffl f' fmuhlf' with Iliff ll91'f7f's our cam us community Beyond the general knowledge of the North Texas student is a vast organization of community workers employed by the college to make life easier for all of us. Along about three o'clock in the morning, if one of our famous 'llexas Blue Northers should strike. sending tie mercury tumbling. skillful hands in the power plant immediately would begin to turn wheels and gauges to bring the steam pressure up for the additional need. The Service Center is the seat of all such services as this. There may be found complete carpentry, automotive, plumbing, electrical and general maintenance equipment. All this is in existence on stand-by for the moment when it is needed by students. ll... . vwk,-'ii x ...- 1111 11 Illf 111111' 11,11 l'l'. ,11 CIHII' ON HIS SllOl1l.Dl'fR. 11111 ,il 3, V1 1 11 ' a B - ?J , 1x'l'f1'S Ol" THIC KINCIJOAI, 111111 1111.5 lffjxlllllll 1111 11 '1111 111.s 11.s'.s'11111111'111 111 1I1l1.S1'.S 111111 111111.s, 111' 1111111111'.s 1'111lIlI11.S' 1111.8 11 km 111111 1111' 1.'1111111111111f 111 11f11'11 1111 111111 "j1111'1.s 1'!I.Y11Y 11111 111111118 111111 111'11Zl'1'11.N w3JI2x me-ff" 621111 Zi'-4"'J" NR ,-f 'g'gQgf4113zgzW1fM1ffwMwwm V 5' X x N Y- llf 1VlN'l'liR C,'OMln.S': 1'11111j111.x 1'11,S'111l1l'1l1I.S' 111111' 1111 11111111 111 1111 1:11111.s 111 il'1'1l11l1'14, 11111111' lf1f11H'l': 1111' x111111', 2'1'I'1111l1'1' 11111111' 111111' 1111- A . , ,-rw ' 11'1'f'11f-f". 8121.011 l,lzl'I: 311,111 11111111 .s'111'1.' y11111' 11ll1g111' 11111 111 11 1'1l111'y'l' 11111ps1' flllj' 1111111' 111 1111' 111131, 111' 11lil,Oll' Rlfill'l': y1111 11I1.Q1l1 .s'111x' 11'1'11 111111 14111131 .s111111' 111 111111 KQ111111 111111111111131 11111111 Nl. V 7 1 1 W 1 111,118 Nll'IXClXfi OUT ll'lIJli, ztfiflf'-cyfwl youll: VIIIIS nnmk zu ilfc' nzzmi' Skis lml. .S'zum1if'1'.s nur! Ir"Y'l.S or l.'l1f1lf1i.s are com' fl1'f1S.S fm' llzz' IIIIY hen ect dan 'ng at college VVhcthcr -it's.jittCrlJL1gging ot' ballet, dancing is an everyday al- laii' with many collegians, and nc-vcr out ol' season. For interest or art, classes are ol'l'c1'ctl in tap, modern, social, and folk dancing. Others do tht-ii' dancing at all-collcgc or privatc functions held nearly cvcry night in the week, thc Cllnhhonsc, or anytime in the Snackhar. 01,12 13ll"l' .S"l'lI,l, PUlJUl,m1 R, ilu' .sflzzrlrv fluncc is Fllfifjylillg n currmzl INIfI.Ull'ZUlAdP rcwiwzl. North Texans, umllfrzg ilu' lruf' .s'f1ir1'I of llfff Ulf! ll'r'.xl, lllllff' fifllllld .S'!fIIfllY' zlnrzczing io In' nmrc t"IljiUj'lI,7lP in 5077l6 1'e.sj7c'cfs Ill If ll Ill fnzrmf llll ll 1 fill fl 'U' 4 . 4,50 I I .ll 1' 'lga S, f 4 41. Q5 .qi QI: f I f , ,ri s si L3 -44 l'.A1Clx'1'flJ HUT l l, 1l"l'Y. lln' .SfllIlI'Iif.S zulu, Il'f'IIf In lin' l!Yf'll1II'.NllIl.X' lllhgflf IllHII'l'.SL uluwms gn! llfwlr lllIHll"Y.S uwrllf. l'f'.s.sm fum' flu' qlrm gum' 1'l11'l1 , 4 , Q Iudwl fm' lflr' 1'1lll.xr' IiXCQ'1,U.S'll'l'f, Ylfl' l"lfll'fNlIl,Y, AIIIIIHVI' llIIIIl'l'.S 11'r1rl1r'fl nnury fzwujylr' on lim mlflplm. Cl11l1.s', fl'llfl'l'llfflIc".S', .XUHIIffIll'.X, www: f'l111nAln'.x rmliiwfl IJUUllNllilI'l', .S'll'l'fl'f'l' l'lfl.N'l.'l'f, mmf lun IliffZullfnlmozllf'11m'.s'of IllIlIl'I'.'l.Q luwl ll jwfmlrzr lim' nflm num! rlfllI1'f'.Y xii 1". IAIll.Y STYI,lf , -ICTS, dgfzrfflif-.szurzllmuirzg n1f'11. zulmf lmwf' you: ffll'5"H' all in IW .well ml fflf' Wrltqf' Sfluw Z L .1 g , ' ' " ,i.Q.n.-, M,-H' ATAD' OR MAY MAY NOT, hu! Mm. Mzzy ffU7UlI inflow lcmmns' llrfr llllfllly will do llltb' Iam! in nmlrf' Il suff' lwd- jmfnl llllldl-IIQ' on lrrm firfnu Q, safdy night sta e show 11fUl'l'f: 'l'lMl'f . 1NIJ 'l'l1JI'f H 'f1l'l' FOR NO l3lil,OU': HOME wifi,-IIN, HOMla ,-IGI-IIN, nm! NT Day MIN, and llml llllflgfr' npily fll'.W'l'l.lll'.K' zulmi ,HIS lmcl Ihr' ,11r'r'.s and miller fll.glIfflIlkfl'.S' our in llmir f1'r1r2.s'l of !lIllIlN'llI'Il In flu, ,Inns nf f,'nll1'tgr'lr111fl .x'1'11rf' llfwir rlH'.x'.s . 'l'l11'.s slugr' full of pffojllf' H'l,lVI'.SI'llf.S Ilia' lop nl Norllf milf 20 ywfzm fltgu 'lw1'.x'u.s UIJIISS IIOUIJHIXIJS lllll 1 lip ' ' ll t ' I i ' 5 111 up fessor graham 'Fessor Floyd Graham-an inspiration to inany and the director of NTSC's niost unique feature, the Saturday Night Stage Show. A student here 27 years ago, the ener- getic music professor was selected by the administration to create a talent show for local audience and collegiate talent. 'l'hese traditional weekly performances have well proved their worthiness. Dark-haired. antiahle. smiling - lfessor Graham teaches classes, directs the Aces at college dances and lunctions. rehearses. enicees and conducts the Stage Show. and consistently seeks out new talent. Fessor, himself, has become a tradition to Nfllex- ans. CR. i"'N..f ll'l'l'H A OiX'l'Q, 'l'll'U. THRl'jl'f, and Iliff ,finds get Ilml riglzl-lmzzd flozuzzlzwuf f 1' 0 nl 'l"e.ssm Zlfllffll nzenm, Olcuy, lelfs I'IlI'II our HIUIIFX' lwfore flu' fnllfs go flUllIf' 1 RIGHT: POPUIAR WITH THIC l,AlJlli.S', young or old. 'lfmsfn !.vff'j1.s 'em lflllglll-Hg will: lfix Zl'f.S'z"llIII'f.'.S, lmllf off and on .slfltigff RlfiIel'l': Tll,f1'1' Cl.liNCHl'f1I l"lS'l', lllul fool: of rlelenlzizlzl- 1111115 limi .sux man may 111' 111111111 lo get il rilglfl in flu' fiom. 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F1111 a l1L1Il1lJCl' ul years its l,al1111'at111'y S1il11111l was tl1e i1l11l of lJl'fJgl'L'SSlYC e1lucat11111 lllfflllglllllll tl1e state. lll late1 yea11s the sheer increase 111 llllllllJCllS 111' stuclents 111 tl1e Scfl11111l11l liclucaticm ll2lSl'CSL1llCLl lll Ll lJl'UlltlClllIlg1Jl the SIllllt'Ill l62ll'll6l' lJl'Ugl'2illl until at tl1e 111o111e11t l'le1lgli11g teacl1e11s may be llOlllNl 111 1111116 tl1a11 ll dozen public sclmols 111 tl1e city a111l 1i11u11ty. llere the college stu1le11tl1as the opp111'tu11ity . . K 1 a to expe1'1e111te Cl11lfllACll 111 actual class1'1111111 Sllll- ati1111s, to talk With, see Zllltl llllClCl'Sl2ilNl tl1e111 I111' lllL' imliviclual pe1's1111s tl1at they are. 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C 'P '- ' , ' f ..,-1 5- "' L . sv - I f' l, .1 . .-:f , 4:,., ..Qs. , A ' 4 ,v , , wa- . . s.:.,t..,. s, A, tl, ..... . .-tn. ..,,. ,, , fill Ares. X t oll ge cou One plus one, academically, equals classes. study, and family responsibilities. No one real- izes this more than the family man who enters the American collegiate scene. lVhether he is returning to studies or be- ginning a new college career, he brings to the campus determination, maturity, and a single- ness of purposefulness that others might well strive to imitate. lllxfltlfl.-lfll',S IIONVI' STUI' STUUIICS, HA' WWI'- zlwln' llnf zlfligwnl zuml: of ilu' 111111 llerff. 'flu' fum- IIY Illlllllg lalflr' .wrwfs nn ffxr'f'llf'nl pllrposr' ns llw nightly lnlmr fron! 0 0 0 Resourcefulness. effort. and ingenuity- these are the powers he must use to meet his present limited income, family obligations, and numerous extra-curricular activities. There is no average day for the college hus- band or wife. Each day of the week offers op- portunities to equip himsell with these abilities for a future beyond school. IVHO Sfllll A l'l'O1VI:lN'S l'l.,'ll,'l'f IS IN 'I'l'll'f HOMIQ? This .s'l1ows llml llzey run lm jus! as wllijn- I'lYll'lIfllg alll of doors as Illey nw' izzsirlr, IIIKITYIII' ffwerl mon' so, mlm! will: Iliff rulflwd worl: rffrfzlirzffl for ilu' poor man of ilu' lmzmf unrlfor yan! un. I 1 .J ,,..r 1 ,L Q Klum, 'aff' A 'XN ' my . 6 -Y . 1 y 1'-r"1 -1-1' 4 A4 Xf if ,.,.f-f" V X 1 ...nd I,I12IITS Ol1"Iw NOW, .s11 11111111111 y 111111 111Il1l1j' 111111 'go lg1'1 .v111111' 11'.s.s1111.x 111111' 1I111.s1' 1111'1l11 11111 1111111'.x'.x'111.s 11111I.'1' IIA 11111111 111 'I' O P: 'I' II If ll'ONl1I'fRINf1 AIINIJ, 115 1f.xI1111111'11 115' I1 1111l11'lAf'l1 Illllll. H11 IIIII3' 111111111 11111 1111'1.s1 111 114116, 11111 1111 11111fs11'1 111111211 11 1111. BOTTOM: SING IfOIi YOUR SUPPEK, 111' s1'11g 1111' 11111. 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II 1W1'.s'. 1112111111 Ii1'111'111'11 111111 11lll1tQIl1f'1' I'111111'111 89 before t e curtain rises . . . l.l'fI"fl': THOSE LAS'l' lflili' IWINUTES, when y1111 1111g111 111 1111 1l7f114111lv11g 11111, but you 7'6'I1l6f1'l176'1' .x'111111f111111g y1111 11111111 11111 y11111' 1111111111111111' 1111 111151 .s'111g1'11g' 1lIIC1I1iY 1 HIQLOIV: 13AClx'STf1Gl'f IVONDERS ARE A11-INY, 111111 11112 1111111111f1'1111f111 111 1'111112g11111s 11611- 111 l'lf1I.S'f".X IIS 1l11fy 111111111 .s'111g1f111111d.s go 111111111 111'1f11111'1'11g 1111 11111 11131 111111111 111111111 111111 111' 1111- 1'1f1f11f11 .s11111'11y HliI"OR1i THE C,'URTf1lN RlSIi.S', Illfllly. 1111111151 long 1611111115 11011115 1111111' 11131211 5116111 111 plfllyllllrllllly l'611E'll1'Sl11.S. 11111 1'P1l6'f11'.Sl11.Y 111111 111611 C1TF.S'.S' 1'f'1lCJll1ASl11S. S111111111 1111111111 15 1116 dress 1'6111'111'.s111 of "C11111'1'1111 116' C'l11IIlH g'12'1f'1I by 1116 l"111'121g11 l,1'111,Q11111g1e.s I11Jf9l1l'111161I1 11115 Nl"fI1'. T ' 1 X ,Q 9 A . SX U 4 V1 -- .. 1 1 X I - 5 1 .J A7 ' M f 1 z I 1 6 "-"VA 90 1 ,www my A..-W . My-f.wafwHPf"'Wv " " l 4 WH.4'l' IF YOU AIISS' ,fl lflill' l.lNl',.S'? ll'.s only relzearsal. Bal lyolffl lmlfar lnmw if zullwn fun-1 lrn'n1am'e lime L'Ulllf'.3'. Nu m'rnr.x 1lll117l'l'll llnfn THE PA USI1' TH,-1'l' Rlil"RliSlllvj.S', as ll1e.ij11am take' a break from I'6llf'llI'.S'lll. ll's' a gum! tina' lu pick up a lrzu p0ir1ier'.s' ml lmzu it all lmilm Ask any collegiate performer. Hell tell you about the show-possibly the best one- that the audience never sees. Time: Before the curtain rises. Place: Any stage production. Scene: Backstage furor. A broken prop or a inisplacecl collar button may put the whole cast into general panic. Make-up . . . dressing . . . warm- ups . . . PTC-Cll1't2i1l1 litters . . . niirm- phone and lighting checks . . . linal in- structions . . . curtain call, and on with the show. IVIAKE-UP lVIf1DNESS, with 6Z'6'I'lYUlIt' lryirzg la look into a mirror olzviozzsly rw! large enazzglz for all. But C'Ll7'l0l7Z time is not long nfl X r"l, 11.1. 1JRl'f.S'.S'1f1J lt'l'.fo1fl no filmtv lo go rwmpl NOIV HERIYS ONIC llll' STl'1,l'f. hui no! my size. lo ,tpwml some of fludfw flllllf-l'l1l'lIf'd moolu. Shopping llyrolzlmm for lI7Ill"r"l'.S'IIl, us college mls and fo- Q lloiullfozwl IAA lflz' ffm! fllllft' ill flu' Zllfllllll for WIN 1.1.1111 l lllrlf T l I l l 011 t0lUn . Q . , l North 'liexas State is fortunately locatecl in Q a small, typical college town. 3 L l X X 't'f 5 Denton merchants constantly strive to L please their stutlent customers. Local clothiers I carry up-to-tlate college wear. cafe owners at- Q tempt to serve the best loocl. ancl movie houses 4 - r are always aware ol college taste when select- 4 ing good movies. A trip to town on the "Goose" - well. that's an experience in itself. y l ,ll3Ol'1'Q: l'l".Sl NOT l'f,JSl', flllf f'l"f'lIfIlI1HiY mos! A BIHIYS-lil'li VIIZW, and we sn' flint all is not llmlfl- lgzrls Hlflllllgf' Io jJ,'r'l: ou! ll lornml. IQELOW: lzolding and zzrzn-elfzlzrzwirlg ul 1ll6'5llUZU. Some people I.lXli lfORM.S' IN Tlellf Rlidli, as lllUl"lF-gOUl'.S' rzflzznlly go lo .see lim slfozu, llllf flzey .wfem lo be mostly 1 fforfs lo lop f'Ilff'l'f!l1'2IIlIFIII' l'flI'If1l'C?Il l l A. it l t 4 l ' t 'F Y I '50-dlqgxp-Q X ..,1-.....- 1 . .A -- ,,,'., 14Ql., , t --.,...l. i -Nl l.OLLIC,-IGGING OR LOOAINI INT! I LII l N F the lzl mm Ilf 11 lo go. In lim! sIm'f'lm11sc' of ZUIASIIUI 1 1 If f In Ill! problenzs, sonzemzcf he films In Indy wzlh 1 c f mlf r study 'me . . . never let studies interfere . . . 'llhough he lives in a realm ol lun and activity, the N'iI'exan's first objective in col- lege is that ol equipping himself mentally lor his luture. At college he plays. partys, makes lriends, and develops his own personality, but first he studies. The silent hours in a world ol' books have no substitute. Great men realize that. Only in this way is knowledge gained which experience later acts upon. UNDER THE SPlilff1D1NG Cl-1liSTNUT TREE. the college .student T6l'lI'II6'S. Wnrnz days just zuererfl made for study, either zhdnors or out of doors, so wily try to nmke them that way? NN: nnb Ia-Wusmr W rty tim . . . WHA 'I' A HOINQIQ-POlNili 'l1f1l.S'lS,1l.xr11lulfl1'1'1'u.xlII1l1f' Ifl'fl"lNl'QMl'Q1XJ' 'I' RIQIKJNS, mm' rm'f1'.s and .sllJ011.Sm'.w dresx ball Illlffllfii fm' jmrly '.QUl'l'S. VIQXIIIA' mn' .wfwfls In lmww in llmir "!mxlw.s l" In lmw' llfwir iffns. ll is nl flllIC'll'0H.Y IJFPIZ n 'good lf!! nmrrf filhlvglblllll llmn nm.s'l.' fvwlrlirilw .kllfll rm llmw' llml limily l'u,sl uligfll l'I'7fI'I nl lim' own Us Iiwfly fzltgwnllily , . Y7 'V 1 A K Q . W if W ,Q vb. . '-1-. . 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IS PAIR ll SP 41 I' FOO 1lllf1 111111111 1111 5111111011 I s 1 IC I 112 1111110111111 111181 11111 11111111 1111111 ZW 3 lllfn W 31,111 1 111511111 1111411 ...ff f l fl1R1'1lN1l III I 111 111211 lllfl 18 1 11 1 1111 N 1111 11111 11 11s 1111 111 41 1 xs 1111 I1 1 111 1 If 111 . f 1, :L g:'1v W U N 1 AQ, 95 we Y' 1,11 IIOIIHS IT LOOK TO YOU? Well, llol .so yooll, THIS IS fll,l. Sllfflel ,I lili.l.S'Tl.l' ISORE. Slle s l lllll l.v1ll2fm.sl'll zvlll llllwf' lo lln lUl'llll.S' llllllx flllllll' lllll'Y lllf llle' ll'llllllIlQ lllllv, lllll llll ,lllllllx fllll lo lull, lelfs lllllljl llli. HY' lllllfl Zlllllll lo lll' lllll' flll' llll' zlllll'll llll' lirojls lllllle lo lll' lllo1ll'fl llrllllll intersorority stunts . . . neophytes entertain for chapel fund ll,1, IIIVI' UNl',. 'lllll' flllllll' llllllk llll' l'lll' Sig A not-so-frigid Theta ice girl, a Phi Sig Romeo, a Kappa cowboy - Inter-Sorority Stum- night featuring 'ein all in a bang-up stage show. was returned to the social calendar by lVIeritu1n alter a years absence. This is the night pledges shine in dancing. singing, and a sprinkle of drama. Stuntnight brings out the show business of the cainpus's weaker sex. as sorority nieinbers and pledges pull curtains, tug at stage settings. and produce a show. Tlinlfilfl, NUTIIINH HUT TR,-lfilfl. llfllll Clll. lJl'llll j9ll'llgl'.s llll'llI'll llll'll' .Yllllll llllo II llllgflly. lllll ll :l'll.sl1'l llllll llojllflllls llll'lll'll lllll Il'l.lll lllwlls lllnsl ljmlllls fill' l'lll'll f ff! I R1fQ??Of.N W f fi --:.., Q55 , , fwwxvy 91 W ' M' 1 ' 3 , 1, I, Ap 1, ff! is X I 1 I 1 . .41 1,4245 4 .M ,,. 1 J, 5 Z7-115' ' 1 1 I I 1111 f 1 ,.. , I , I 1 ' .. Q--any 11115 I . 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Rcprcsclmtilw' 'Is they do '1 llLlllOC1"lllC Cross-section of Am- u'iC'm lift ill the proccsscs of Ilunocralic soci'1l clylnlnics irc cxhibilcfl. From hiffh 'umels o ui lln 'uhm S Lo sm'1 ssl Cow our mmpus socigty Iollows thc 'uicl'l1ICL ol, OIR PRC .I l- NEN I PFRSONALI I'lES QUIK 'Iw i nr ,- il I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f4ffff!7 I 5 MDI X A f I I, c ,xxx I fl II I II II II I II I I I I I I I I II II il . I IQ l I I I I - . --. Q I I iffff"I'II:I.i:':-IQI , I .. - .fgr- :III-III-I" I ' as QI o ' I I Q pi IIIIIQI I I I II III I I N O4 I 031, N 5 E' I X II II I I l plali ll I I I " I , I ' I ' ' I I III I I . .Q 4 , I I IIXI J A 'I III I - , - ,III I III: IM I , , 7 x A L U I.,Ig M X, 1 4 O c I .I I II! A' XL 5 I I 1 IIIII 1 ,f N I I ,I-,I I. wf I ' x '. c i i II II I II! I , I I I II? I x L f I I 'IIE I II", l I I ' I 1 " ,, I III I I I ' A .P I' 'I:"I I I X I If I Iclc I ' ' --1 . ll III' I I I lllgll I, II K U- I I I-III I I f I - I - I N IIIIII I I , , I I If- I- I I .III I I I I I 4 A I I . ll :glilll I XI! f, 'f , I IW l III of I I ' I I I . I I I fm llll' I' A Il I f 'II III I III A 'I II V I I 1 ,It X .4 I , III I II f W , I F f IIIIII I II v?f5fw 42+ - I IIIIIIIII III I If- ' I 'I' 'I Rf A I ' ', I W ,ggi I I " f XA' . . -- II ,I ' Ikea I ,I 1 .-il. I I h IIIIIII IQ If X ! Il' ', Q 1 IFN I 4, X11 I I IIJII L7 III I I' I I .. QI -I I f 1 I IIIIIIIII 1 1 I f ' ,I X I YJ I fQ I K ,f I A ,J I f f II who 's who arnong students in american universities and colleges RECOGNITION of true leader- ship :md service is culminated by Lhc highest honor awarded on Cam- pus, placeriicm in thc yearbook. as YVlio's YVho Ariioug Students in American Universilics and CollCgC5. Ted Hosack, Rose Ann Cummings, Tom Lindsey who's who arnong students in american V +'X K gs ,,.,.,,.,...,..-...mv-u af ,,,,,...W..----H" Pat Sewell, Rueben Noel, Martha Scott universities and colleges Wi1lia111 F. King, Peggy Dendy, Mary Beth James who 's who among students in american .:" f , si v 6 1 N ff v,'f"""9"14zA fwmww ' M -ff, ff , U ' rvm-,gina - , Y N. A A , , , , 4 1 N , U V. MN .,,. Natalie Hammack, Jean Smith, Mary Jo Thomas univer ities and colle ' I wi 1 'y ' . , 4 -W- 'ifv NZ-' ' , 1 ph '5 ws ,vqgri R I, . V . 2 4 v 1 I .L i , 5, QE!! 3' x 41"-1 w 5 I, f S , . f at i , 4 W, W...-nv-V an Downing, E. S. Ellis, Pat Harmson 101 2 who 'S who among students in american Virginia Coffee, Russell Middleton, Alma Sue Taylor . ff I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II universities and colleges ,,..,.....?............. ......,,. .,.,..,.....-, ,. , ,,,w..-Q,-. 'DUMB We 2 ,, ' K I. .4 fl 'rr if AV .r 'J aff K , . we , 4 ' A 1 1 Gloria Ross, Dorothy Heard, Louvenia Oldham, Bruce Henderson 3, .MW 1 'bw-www We ,.r sx,,M 4 who' who among students in american A-eSFli"'vQ, ,1 X 3 K Q 43: Sr , ' X X 'F .,Mgj' ,C '. 4 .0, A - J . Q 1, S agfvkiv 95, , 4Q,z:i'i ,1 mf , ,f sf 1, aj: , 3124? 7' K 'f'ffa,'i V 21 Y f f :mf ff,-T f73fv'i'Zx,:l , 'jzf'.f4Z4fiw,f ' f, if . , 1 . 5 by f ww ,,g1,3,f I , N I af' 'C f 1 f Mwfz 4, A . X V' , 4, wx Wm ,, , 4 , 5 ai ffiffi ff Qgyfjf f ff Q gg 54,2 44 hm 4,1f,,0 My if ffm, ,, , -, W' f ,Q , , ' -. f 4 . 'Q w 'V' 4- Q f Y. . 1 " ? ' 5 f A it ' I ' -, ' A f "'f , '77 2 5 Y . ' 1 JA: fqczuff f , 4- . 41: , e uf, A ' ve 1 'f 3' V ' ' ' Q, 1,7 2 A,.a, .,,4 V f ' 1 Lf '- ,f 'f z,., gf - , ' 45,1 i .Ag 'i M Q f J , ,. f vp """'+"'1 WjVj:,',,- ,,.'f ' 11? fw I , . .ffl -. 'I f "7" , 'I " , ,. . ' - 5121 ,A - , , ' ' ' . if ' . , ' f K , ' fj,- .-f4f,f"- , f V ,, f, 9,1 , W Ay ' . 1 ,V fi v 41..-1.,.,...4,....-.N . ,, -.-a,,,.,.,. Cecil Martin, ack Roberts, Johnny O'G1ee universities and colleges Tommy Hughes, Richard Hargrove W '-'15' 1 5 who's who arnong students in american Frank Gagnard, Paul Hackett, Mary Nan I-Iudgins universities and colleges J .I , , is A ,Mg Mr? X we-ve Q. 1 iff? 1Qg',g3,1f,f,QL',g,,f , 'ya K I -f, i S , 5 W: 1,,1e.',55,,','5xgfg? yM5?6gAv,,i ,emi , V' of we ,fi . 'f'??:Yff'5,ff12: Xfgw? F' ' e 4 i5"w5f11m'?"i'1 we 'pgs Qewweegwwi n if " f eww: tame 15. 1. Zi Y .' j ell M. ' i gag? , 1 4, , I .Wg in V 1 1 4, 5 K 12' X 55' we e E 2 T5 ef fi -f' 1 mm' 5 ' , fi .V , . 'E if xg, ix J :I HQ Phillip Dibben, Bessye George Cooper, Curtis Ramsey .S ., wx fl '4 has 'J -,1,, io , .... X f fi' V A , ez4 v .s.s ' ' Sfgglzf' X -A I gb' X gggplkb Q i sg? fx ls a 5519 y N335 we , ,, fl ' "SN , 'imzifi 1' , ' 5' ,, . as x is Y . Qc, my ,X 1 P . ? Dau lVall .4 rf 's who at n. t. Each year the single most outstand ing student in each cleparuuent is se lected by his professors for this honor Glen L. Taylor Accoizmtivzg if V-f A nf. , .fa sf wwf, , f' .XX 'X Floyd Jenkins Nlzzvzfzgezrzwzl , -mfs, M,.f"f'e"' :'nxs,.,Mf-' A .Q 1 5 . 'li . 33 M , 39- 'i 'als aa I vi 1- f s """T'5g:xr -wsu, ' Lo ,X V. , lZ'333"'j . XS? " 'W , Q 3,1 fffgwi Aff' gym 1 4-3 1 A' f x . QKT .iii L , , wiliz A M , , ri-m . , ...- .,,i W 6 f' ' "L as ' B l 'zfwfxx-fi 'ff'-,xg V: M., E l ff., , 'ai WAWQZ Reserved usually for advanced slu- denls. this lionoi' comes as the crown- ing reward near the end ol' a col- legiate span devoted to academic achievement and scholarly advance- inenl. 1 ,Xt I ::ig,, mf , ,NM ,john Brooks NI url: cl i 11 g Helen Shield l-laugland Secwalrziiml Science B11.s'ii1e.s.S Edzzcufion I 37 .- ' s M" 'A ' I f , ff ,4 M 41 I fy' H ! i 1 ' , , 1115- ' I , ' 1' 6 f, X ,f W, A wxjfi 7 X X ff 7 7 '71-mia aff 1 74 14 3 ' 4' ff wc -3 ff' 1 v X? 2 ,. ' 'l 1,1 f n WZ va as X ,yygcvf Y 5, W I fm A ff 4 V1 'mf N529 , Z i Q is 3' l ...,.mwQ Q Norman Durliain Biology Dumb ' f' Y . , V, .ai N, My J -'TM QA ,. 6 -7-23, -:iff F Roy Sparkman EC0 110n1 ic3 Z . 3 'unffz X IX I X im f g ffi. 2- 1 4 s W M X f, , w "W X , 4, ..:,.,,., .3 5 7, H , ' ' , . 1 v Q . ff ' 'I Q 4 'lf 11-' ' f f f 0,1 Richard Hargrove 8611001 AdlllfflliSf'l"llfiOlI A, 'ru X 0 can Firmic? 0 Z A Carol Raymond SFCOIIKIIIVB' EIlllI'lIfjfJlI El6IIIFIIflll"X'El1IlI'1lffIllI 'J-'nw- QQ iqrjlgia, Q rf' 455, -'NNN O who Qs who at n. t . S ' RSX x ' fif Q S , P 5' Q X if if 4 9 Robe-rl McLain liarzgljm I1 Margaret Flemisler Foreign Ifmguages William Carsc' Psychology Whllacc B01 ing f:OUl'l"lI 11116111 'Km Phillip McTMinn f:l'IJg7'llI2lllY NI.u'y Louise Nvflflfllillll IIIUA I n ry ilu' .r"""f" Es. ff 13 I' U' who gs who AX ff, X:,.X xlnx X Domllly Heard 1'lOllIl' 1fl'UllUIlIfC'5 George Tucquaquy Frank QLHQIIZIYC1 l71IlIlSfl'jlll AHA .IU'll7'7lll1i,S'1llf www LM my Q Ht Lfanwpnlb , wx L J ll Ill Philip Dibbcn 1WrLfl1f'11111iif',s' . 7 M--M fr rzjg fi , iw Y? Y sg! J ,M 1.s.'.mfNwHvIwA2i1?f4fAZx-wi if mx.9,U-XN3?w'Qf5f' X, fiiigw 4 ,.. faff! MMM? W 7 is :nu w' SI'l'Zll.I'!' X X W ' 4 X , Qf .X y :wwf 44 H - f XX X Q , , 'Xi fix f XX f,1Z7,Q2nu K: ' Q Q , 4 ' W, wx x . mf I We gf ,Lg -i , 'WX 4 1 4' 'wi v NI HX Nil!! IJIUIQIHS 4 IIHIIIYI , U1l.sif Donzxlcl Hzllcll ln.sl r11111m1lul 1VI 11.sir' who 's who at n. t. Patty Rippy Vofnl Alzzsir 'QW U kj f Audrey Boucy MIOHIPHVX P.Ii ames Hughes Plzjywicw if ff. 4- fi ,gg 5' Q nf Q -1 1 . 'fauna- X. 4 Q 7 n fl., ,. f, . ff , gp 1 1',uf' ,aj I . S -3 4 Ji l, 'L 2 'fl IIS A r ig'-wwwi A . -9. W N ilfnlq' Hlillglllllll, P411 Noah, Nanny ,Nr- mfn. Hr-xrllx' Nvwlry, fic-orgn' l"c'l'l'4'll unubwssadors of c eer an .S ortsmanshi eerl aders v ,, 'O ,, N i N L A ,-,,XXv ,yy We f--w 4, wif' Ke xx 'Q N X ns. -' ,lf f ,V y . 1 A -1 PFI' l SIQJ TED: l.o11i.s'1' .'1lIfll'l'MlII, Pnl Sewell, rllrlry .-11111 lenmnq YT! ' i NIJINCI l',illl'lr' Yolnlxg. fQ'1nll'.s 1flIlll.V'Y, Cali. fillllllllll, Ii. . . . freshman handbook mmittee A neetl hatl long been recognized lor the revision ol' the Freshman llantlhook ol' lnlor- mation. ln the past it has existetl as little more than an aeatlemic' catalogue. eouchetl in olmstruse scholastic' jargon. Early in the semester IEMSP-lSl5ll, the task ol: renovating this publication was turnetl over to the Stutlent Senate. Little action was taken there ancl eventually the task was turnetl over to Blue Key. Beyoncl Blue Key, Mary Ann xlenning was Callecl in lor the "women's angle" ancl Bill Short for an artist's view-point. Rewritten from lront cover to back page, with color, new format, Cartoons, and Contemporary campus language. "The Little Green Book" was testecl on this years Freshman elass. Members not pieturetl are U. I.. Davis, Bill Short, ancl Frank Smith. l.. S. l'.l,l,IS ll l,'fmi1'n1n , tm NAIS X 'Fig 7 1-Q w t 'A"" - ,-- i fvlixiw VA. V A N,..,.M gf, , wx, if 3' P 'Wlwwwm-mg X , "' " -AL ,V 5. W Njafwf A ml - was A ,MW f www, 1-f K X fll'R'lilS Ramsifx' lffliior-U1-fIl11ffli traditionally expanding The production of a YUCCA begins long be- liore actual work is obvious. The editor was chosen by the Publications Council in April of W50. Immediately Associates Balch, McCoy and Murray were appointed. All four were car- ry-overs from the l95ll publication. lhe book, still little more than a nebulous dream of the editors, started when all four, together with their constant and faithful faculty sponsor, Mr. D. Hall, began the serious planning about size, scope, color content, distri- bution ol' pages, cover design and division pages. and oh yes, the theme. Everybody has to have a theme for continuity. Our theme, simply. was a book that was to reflect the real spirit of this campus-a traditional air that is colored with continual expansion and growth. If you detect this, that's bad . . . a theme should be so subtle as to be inconspicuous. So now it's finished. VVe like it. If you do too, that's wonderful. If not, blame us, we built it. Anyway, they make good door-stops in the summer. Happy reading to you, and long live the memories! I9 I Y cca lick ,Xlttiutxx ili.'Xl,Ull H,x1,t:H Gn1oktziglNtlc:CoY l'mrl11rl1'm1 ti.X.SIll'jllfl' fllg1IlIli1lllI'Ull.S A.s.sor'11llz' Pl10f0gTl1Pl1y f1SSOC'Ifli6 Q- . A A z - .' g5sy.,f5.f,,.W .e-' :Q, -, . - 4. Wa., Y . f M4 1 . X 2. Q Xmas' It aw s ,t 9, 1 sju eq L4 vs 1 Q1 1 s Wx xxx ay t . -t A nn' W X, .MWF . ' :"7, ' '8, .J ,sf ,,f, f f J 4-. -T69 ! 2 Li' '.' .5 ' ffl' . N 'f l'.x'r O'Hia,xRx Nlakttlfx D.wmsox li,xR1.ta Yottxtg flirt lfllliftlli .'1.S'.Sl.8fllIIl lizlilor Sports liditor Cl1l.s'.se.s Ifdlifllli 'llhis Yutztzix almost became an over-am- bitious calamity. Five hundred and twenty pages exceeds our next greatest book by seventy- two pages. Our staff ol' experienced photo- graphers was less, causing a serious over-burden on George. Jack was shifted over to photo- graphy and Curtis picked up his share ol' lay- out and production work. 'l'alou's ellort in or- ganizations produced the largest section there. ever. Not only that, but the lay-out and design ol that section was completely changed. Wle think an auspicious section is that ol sports turned out by Earle and Pat in collaror- ation. At times Curtis was needed to moder- ate between Lll'l on one hand aml athletics on BARBARA 'I'13A'tt Organizations Assistant .. 5- wv""'N the other. 'l'he happy blending is exceptional. We think. Read it. Little Martha was a God-send to the editor. In addition to turning out her treniendous class section in record time. she produced the index almost singlehanded. and still found time to do much ol. the leg work lor the editor. john and Reuben did yeoman service in writing features as last as the editor could turn them out. The exceptional line arts section is lolm's own little handiwork. Now we are all busy with school work lor teachers who don't even remember who we are. and anxiously await your approval or brickbats. as the case may be. xloim l,ov1a1..xe1-1 Riitvnim Nom. Fen I mes A S.Sli.S'1lI II t -,G f'i1'1lflll'l'S A .S.Sli.S'lfI nl 14' Y Qflgtfmg M 4 ii, tu '11 ..: . ii' 4122. 132' 'ii 9 P f dnt.. U ,, a' " ., ,M ki . . -HN W4 I 43,121 , uw., W' -Q4ua I J .-:12 ,EZ , 1 P1-1 Clum Ciulzxlxx l"R,xN14 CL,xc:x,xRu U1-R,xlA1m SKIDNIURIC N11mmf'r liflilm lfzlll lffflilm .xvfllfllg lfflllflll' J O i0 C O . . . trac ltlonal wznnlng noun aurels as paper 1 O O w annoxes tts Ewenty-fzrst i . N all-lunerlcan aware 1 Ku 4X11141:1Akkx Nl.xRx' l,Ul'lSl' lkmmuxlla Tu-An Humczk 'xflfllvfk ,1.S.XUf'lVllfl' A'vl'Il'.X ,-I.s.sm'iulz' lfz'nl11r1'.s f1S.SUl'I'llfl' 4 ff I yn if M4 Lights burned lar into the night in the spacious Journalism building denoting that edi- tors,, sponsors. printers, and Iledgling sopho- more reporters were recording deeds. actions, and words of active collegians in the top-ranle ing Campus Chat. Guiding the editorial destinies ol' N'l'SC's journalistic voice were Pet Cody. sunnner edi- tor: Frank Cagnard, liall editor: and Gerald Skidmore, spring editor. The Chat made its debut as a se1ni-week- lv two years ago: after thirty-two years ol' con- tinuous publication. Four Pacemaker awards and twenty All- Anierican awards presented by the Associated Collegiate Press adorn the corridors of the Building. The Chat is one ol' two Texas college papers and one of the few southern college pa- pers ever to receive this award. Pllfllffllfllllll CI. li. .S'l1lUl"Oii1J, rlirwlor of qflllllllllfl-.XII um lJlil.lil'fRT zllrfizzire, 1.lI.Sifl'Ill'I'Ul', A'PfllI.SIIli.S of llff C,'runjJ11.x film! .XHII-ll' mm' fllf'!il lfllllf'-Il'lHllI S Cfxrm' lf'l'l'l'1R Tomsnt llxsox Fvlfxinlt liczuors Ferl! Il ws 1'iIIlIfUl'fIll.S' l'f.x'1'l1u nge SARA Ll' I-lrrr l'l,xi, Y1c,xRoAN l'1A,um' XVli11,x'1t1,14x' Cllltuulss R xx .Sociely r4n1u.wn1e11l.s .h'lll'liFf3l Slbm ls 'G' ,I Q, Q, ,pf T X 'Q 1 1? I 114 lil! 'X Nix i i it as rf' rs l I w g, N1 24. -,, X -' rs 9 lW..,, 5 - I lm cr Slllklili r .XM iyx Pokrick PA'rsi' YVH1cL'roN ,szzzms Alsxm Um' l'fclitor1'r1l.4.s.so1'm1ff 1'il'6SlIIllllll lidztor 9 ,' I ,sp--aw she M, New Such a rew colleges anymore have an outlet for literary works ol its students. NTSC is fortunately among those lew. 'llhe Avesta, six times rated All-American by the National Scholastic Press Association. selects the most out- 1 1 1 av Q lJRl cr. l'.L.ORIb S.S1,8fl1l1f 1,IfFHl lfzlilor standing poems, short stories. and feature articles sub- mitted each semester by students and prints them in a slick professionally produced literary publication. S ff r ,,1 ,, ,w-,. AS, 24 5-1, . ,N QIRRRY Sciuorirum .-1 ri Associate :Vg 6 I 7 S M D Under the editorship of C. R. Graham both semesters, the Avesta kept pace with its traditional All-American record. Associate-editors worked into the night that creative talent might shine in two at- tractive editions of the Avesta. W'g,"e's"""'f,f. 1. I TN -. 'W , . VESTA -W Q xlib, 2 S 241 C.. R. CIRAHAM, QIR. Iqfillflll'-flIAClII.Pf lor PHZNDRIX fililtlllllflrflll lfrliim' t '1 'lkmlxlx' Dvsox Q 1 , Q f tfopy Eflifm' 'Q' 'f s X T if I , l f an . we at Q l QW" F 3 Il X 5' t - .45 -1 X l z ' ,. x. f, x .ala hx' '-, . is A ' .sin 4 "wt t 'tif'-H A i 51 2. ixf -wt?f. t w . Agia? :tw 1 ff! I A ., 1 X . ' t l A sg, " 57' 9- par .1 v,-, vm I K .. 'iifffrs Ns f 271' x.. 2 , msgs, i , X R WE 5 X X . - V , -X ,sqm - 'ws M' N X Q X 4' , 54-1 ,,, V X ' .ss N- X Mis x E t., ,,f',... M .-..- k . Q x. .ww-' s N l , W ,. V-.Q Ms Mu ...M 14" ,i 6 'Wilf- .pq .iq s. K lication. . . . liustling with busy ctlitots, l'L'1J0l'tCl'S, 1Jl'llllCl'S, autl sponsors, thc xlourtutlism Builcling, loczttccl at few steps bchiucl thc UH, bccomcs one ol' thc Campus' most ztctivc centers during all lour sessions ol' school. It is hcrc that thrcc NTSC publiczttions - the Canz- llms Clmf, llzzf ,flw.slf.', :uid thc Yuccfx-are housed. Inclos- ing several olliccs, zt Complete printshop, photography tl1ll'lil'U0lllS, :mtl 21 library, El spacious building makes possible thc procluction ol its publications on as near 21 prolcssionztl basis as possible. f,'ll.41T CIA NG JWULLS mfr: u .slow ffltfrl lmfonf .w'111l1'11g Vl'fNlliff'l' ou! lo nnfm' Ima! ,'1I'li.S'T.s1 1ilJ1'T-URS 1111141 Iliff llllrlfllligllf oil 1171511-IIXQ fopy for I'HI'lIl.5'fUlI in 1116 lute sprizig f.S'.SllF l'lfUUlflNl2 Ulf!" THIS .S"llONli, Jlflnry l,o11i.tf' Hmomr' rmrl lovrcf -h'llIlI'llI'f c'flm'l.' f'oi'1'r'r'lio11.s' zttflll ljflilll Sllop t'Ulll!?H.S'I'l' lfflwy l!'illfQy in production Y X - X ,X XV.. 541 I 455533 f Egg! P' 7, s M? 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'Mx S sf J b. svr-fs ., , W,--Y-i f f I 'S - ' S Qs as its, lll'lJl' Nl'Yll,l,lH NlCcll.OllD lJirf'r'lor I it Il M I g. l I News Service 'llhe NTSC News Service is one of those "behind the scenes" departments. Scarcely known to IHOSK collegians, the News Service goes quietly about its daily and vitally important duty of publicizing the college, capably directed by Mrs. Dude McCloud. Wlith its staff of student writers and re- porters, News Service records and writes news concerning college affairs. Stories about a Stll- dent's honors and activities are sent to home- town papers and, if important enough. are sub- mitted to regional papers or national wire ser- vices. Partly due to the thorough and accurate work of News Service. the eyes of Texas and the country are constantly on NTSC. O O C NAMLY SPLLMAN ANI Mama JXNN .Iif:NN1Nt4 FRANK CQAGNARIJ Bicczm' Sc:o'11 a'I'1' ul is, . . eszpikaglwr N I I I I I I I I 3 ITIS l I I ,S wwf MW ,, ev, fi h I Q qw an, ,3ih,S",Qx xifx 3' 'Q,s"Qq lima asia-suT,'::I as I 1 , , wtjtiggxv I ' . Q 1 ff gn., ff., M, UIQ , 0"'b" f IR "W 'V af' Q? VQ1 P-gi Q 'fgilitn '1nli', n", I-wt. , ,W Iv' xii' li' mu" I ' 'Y' , . Q az. '-' tml-nl? 'E-4 BILL SCARBROUGH EARLIC YotfNrz . . . Sports Publicit Good publicity is a vital part of any pro- gram. As North Texas continues to expand in the athletic world, it has received publicity in publications from coast-to-coast. Responsible for this promotion of Eagle athletic teams is Robert McCloud, veteran newspaperman and photographer. As the Eagles travelled from Kentucky to California, from Indiana to Georgia, McCloud's news releases and pictures were always one jump ahead. announcing the arrival. Many sportwriters have praised NT's pub- licity department For its dependable service The first-rate press notices the Eagles have re- ceived is ample evidence of the quality. Assisting McCloud were Earle Young sports writer. and Bill Scarborough, office as- sistant. 1 R. Mtifllnlrlx 1,lil'C'I'flll' Kiwi g 1 F F 0. IX I f, I f L 41 4' K 6 'J f ' 4 , - 4, . i V wg A 4 ,I JW I r Z '.7 'QM I 1 F. f, 'f,- f A dy P Q' i 6 ,. .16 . 1 a w J . ,Q .- ,v "'--.....n I. D. II.x1i., Ii ljliliffflll' ol eye Press . . . The NT College Press handles the en- tire volume old school printing. such as business lornis. catalogs, publications and posters. Capably directed by D. Hall. a vet- eran ol' 24 years at the post. the College Press has gained considerable prestige for the quality ol? its production. Much of the Press' success is due to Hall who has made the development of the well-equipped plant a personal project rather than a business. One of the Press' outstanding distinc- tions is its senii-weekly production of the Cainpus Chat. one ol' the nations top col- lege newspapers. CHI I It I l RI SS IIRSUXXI I include: First row. 'lack Patten. Dolores Patten. Gloria Squibb. Frances Moore. C. V. Kee. Nelwyn jolinston. Bettie Nltlliide. Second row. Roy Benton. Bc-initrd X"y'x'y:ilzi. Riley lX'illey. C. R. Craliam. .'Xrthur Tliompson. f xff ., ' 4 " 6' 4.4 I ""'4"'WMvnnunuww"f H A N I , Q .. 4 W fn H A, ' X I ',. ,f 4 'I .. 'I . A ' 3 , fi V15 ' ' if M' .141 . , mix: S 1 QFSEQ 2 my 34 wif Y Qfl M my I,:',9m. ig 'Y - .igiugf ' Q! xv S 'l ,X gz . N55 , 2' 1:5153 1: ,-Q? ' EBV 2 A.,AA: 1,51 f I 32 , . 1 GS W s ,N xxx? wwf + ht . miwzf f fm Q Er, ' , QJ55 fig :wi lg Beauty at North Tomas . jf in Q ,mlefy accepfecf fiwf flmf me fm Mmm af Worm flw We mmm? ffm mo5fAea14h!4fin fm Wax fam! S766 ,Wwe ofa ,WLOOA fd fo Wfmg zlw dclwofwf M if mfg, W! if is nof fo creafe Wffmf Awww Dfw W. 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M-f , V " A ' T':-'bail if ' 1 .,aw-- W: . ,N4Qgsi6'f' ' ,yy--rv " ' 3' I 4 l I i I w A Iklf SII'l.X'lfOlfIJ and MA RY HIHZY GORDONu.vSlmridr111 IIn'l11'lr's1'df- IVAYNE HENIJERSON 11.9 the 5 Sl'UUlxfS IIN Mr. and Alu. Sinn- ilu' grml funn l11'n1.sf'll ,' llc' mmf' In din- I'l'II,S'lIf1IVlIg I'!fl.fUV and IH TSI' 1 fm' fe flu' lmnrmwzl lm.sl.s nf lllf' nm'u111l.xl11y1'd.s1'xzu1'f'l.'.a HUTTRAJW u.s LUHIIDIIK' Slml- :ml :mm llllll, lllf' lgrrfnl 11f'Ir1f.s.s'. My urn- Q vr1r1'f'.ssj 11lly lo liz' Il low' farm! ' 4 1 e an he ame To inner dramatic students band to produce a successful Q independent summer play "I CAIN l"1:l'fl. lim lzlfmd IJUIIIIIHIIQ' fllffjllgll eymzr 1'lll'l.f'fl.SC' 1!CI.'II.SH -,V . HNOTHINC LIKE Il HIICK' C001 trip io Nom Sc'oi1'a" fi 5 J Ml i:.Z,1',. u A y 1.7 jx. 5' 5' 11 ra , 1 1 ara- Wd ,f ig: 1 , 1 YK Y 1 xi , 1V 212: 1 1 1 , 1 5 1 S v 7 f v X 5 ha 1 i x W 1 1 W 1 1-- 1 1 1 1 . 1 N- 1 1 ,ly ir . Q 5.1. S1-11W LA CEI' 115 13611111131 C111111111-1111' 1111111111.s' 11111111 1111111s1' 1.4 CK SIQINNICR 113 131111111 4 I1 H1111yz11111111' ' all 11111'11'1y 111 1'111111f1'.s111111111111 1'11ll.S1'.S 1111 1111' 1111111111' 111111 1111111131 11111 1111' 11111111111y 11111311 111 111 f'll.S1' 1l1ADEL11'N'E L1f1f11Vl1.S'1lf11lgg1I'-11lf'1'1111'1A1'111.S1'1'11'11l1'Y l11N1'f le'l0T'1' 11.8 l'l1111'11'1 .X'1111111'j' - .x111' 111111: 1111 11x1 1111111 11151 111111' 1f11'1'1'11f111'31 111 1111f 111f111.x'1111111'1' 1f1111111' 111111 g11r11' 111'1' 1V1I11l1'1' 1111131 11111111'1.'.s Campus Llrespians bauclefl together during llle summer for a two-night run on "The Man VVl1o Came to Dimrerf' Most of the featured players were members of the College Players, but castings were not restricted to Players members. Tommy Hughes, l8-year-olcl junior, Look over clirectorslrip of the production and receivecl well- earuecl plauclits for his near-prolfessioual work. Prob- lems such as securing a 3111111-lJOllllCl mummy case which the script called for became commonplace. Cast in the leading role as Slrericlan Wlritesicle. the man wjo came to Lll1ll1Cl' aml was lllCI1 cletainecl lor several weeks because of a broken leg, was Jolm Gordon. It was the excellem portrayals by Gorclou and Patsy Buttram, cast in the female leacl. wriclr earned raves from theater lovers. 14' M? 110130T1r11i11 S'11.11.Nl11.'11f11 11.8 111111' 111111 11111111 Clrl0.l'l'If 11.8 S111l113' - 1'01IIl1lI111' 11111f1'1f.s1 111111 KQ11111' C1111'.x111111.x 11 111111' .s111'111' , 1 Q M.1R1.-IN 1l10l"1f1e1'1"1' 11.8 1l11'.s-s 131'1'1'11 111111 13013 I'1i131l111-1.10N 11.5 111. 111'1l11' 115' e 11lf'3' 1.11111 115111 111'1111111'11.s .s111111111 11111111111 111 1111' .1111111111 111.s11f1111 111 011111 1,'1r1.11l31.1iS ll'00I1.41.1.11.s 1J1'.1l11'11111111 1015 11.-1 V111 Ifl11"1"'lN11.s R1'1'11111'11 ee 111111 1',x'111'11.s' 1111 1'111'1:1'11111'111f.x 111111 1'111111'1111.x 1-I-1111 111111 1111' 111'11 fl1111,1 HIIAX Q l l lfiz xxx Nlt:KlNi.t-ix' 1Jfi'1'r'lr1l' North Texas has learned over the last four years that it possesses one of the finest young choral directors in the land in the person of Frank McKinley. director of the A Cappella Choir and teacher of voice. Mr. McKinley, trained at the famous West- minster Choir College in Princeton. N. was on the college faculty from 1940 to 1942, and then spent four years in service with the U. S. Army. Upon his return from overseas he was hired by Kentucky Wesleyan College, where he remained a year as choir director and voice instructor. The following year he returned to Denton as a successor to Dr. Wfinifred Bain, founder and director of the A Cappella Choir. In the in- terim between then and now Mr. McKinley has kept the choir on a steady rise in musical and choral proficiency techniques. A Ca ela Choir. . . Since its beginning in l938 under Dr. lVinifred Bain. the A Cappella Choir has been the featured section of the School of Music. Competition for membership in the A Cappella Choir is keener than for any other musical or- ganization on the campus. There is now fol- lowing the choir a reputation among musicians all over the country of being one of the nearest- professional quality college choirs in the nation. Critics have been abundant in their praise of the organization wherever and whenever it has performed. Through its concerts in Texas and other states the name of North Texas State College has been spread better and thicker than by any other group. The choir covered 3031 miles on its l5- day tour during March and April. It concert- ized in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri. Illi- nois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Arkansas. Pro- grams were heard in such important cities as Dallas. YVichita. Kan., and Nashville, Tenn. With Frank McKinley holding tight the reins the choir motored its way by bus over the long run, giving a concert every day except one. But primarily, and most important, people were hearing of North Texas: actually they were hearing North Texas at its best. Highlighted among the most difficult mu- sic on this year's programs was a work for nar- rator and mixed a cappella chorus, the "Prodi- gal Son" by Tom Scott. Mr. Scott was coin- missioned last year by the School of Music to write the work especially for the A Cappella Choir, and his magnum opus was dedicated to Mr. McKinley and the choir. A giant of a man, bass Bill Fuller handled the narration, which came from james Weldon Johnsons book of sermons, "Gods Trombonesf' This year's edition of North Texas' musi- cal greats has shoved even higher the already high-ranking name of the School of Music. av tu Q f A 329, S 2 ,W- vp. llll f lhl. IVROM Nl'fX'l' HOUR lfluml il l'lll!Nl.S'.Yl.!lIl' In lzrrvllr flown Iliff fflnnn xr! hx' llff' fn1f1z1111111lv 39' J' lilf'S KIIIUICE lIl'fFUl'l'II !lll.S'flllIIIl and .mn is diflifzlll in nmlfr' 4' . TIQNSIONS NIOUNT as falllm "IS THlilfli lfliAI.l.Y n jail in your fIll.S'PIIIl!Ilf?n i.9.wm.s 'lllll .son 0111.511 on flllldfllllfllflll Qs '27 R 72 , vw if-Amie ,M ""'1'--.i,,,,w'M.--'Q-......,,W,,mM M K A 4' df ,Q 'X it 1 c .1'.- ,Wm ,X , 5 Ls 4. , ' ..m,,,,,,,,.., A ' ' J " W" sf -f ' lx f ., , s , , it r t t it Q---... pl ltifl Tlll'fli'.S' 121613 'll lo .XIlI'lit"f3l is fill!-fl ill Iliff lflrollgfl .Slllifl-Ill' First presentation by the College Players lor the lSl5ll-51 school year was Artlntr Millers clrama. "All My Sons." 'lihis atlmitteclly was a rather ambitious tmtlertalqing lor a college group. but the Play- ers. uncler the experiencetl clirectorship ol Mrs. Myrtle Harcly. came through with one ol the best tlramatic protluctions seen in Denton in several years. Critics have acclaimecl this play ol' Millers to be a leacling example of post-War Anierican clrama. 'lihe plot cleals with a business lirm which macle huge profits oll' ol airplane manulacturing tluring the war. Une partner in the lirm was convictecl ol misuse ol' inlluence ancl sentencecl to prison. The other member continuecl in his prosper' ous ways, meanwhile seeing one ol' his sons go to the war in the .-Xir Force. I-lis wilfe. alter learning of the son's reportecl missing in action. relusecl to believe the report. A sicle plot involving a younger brother antl the airman's sweetheart unlolcls. with the mother barring any mar- riage between the two. ln a clrama-packecl linish the missing in action report is changetl to killed in action while llying a plane macle laultily by his l'ather's com- pany. 'liragetly reigns supreme as the lather kills himsellf, encling the three-act play. 51 JV The Chapel Choir era Frank Dlclfinley, Director -w my v f KRW., ' t 4 n , l. X 172. W at is we Sig 'F S2 se 13 , P Q I S1 X New-I ,, A , Ann. kiln' ,V lmwr W T S , -LW , v 'v' I 6 e,.....,u't l 'lihe Chapel Choir, begun in ISHN, is usecl as a suhsicliary organization to the A Cap Je 1 ioir. 'lihe Chapel Choir, a group of sixty voices, cloes the big choral works which the blanc horus performs ancl also sings sonie of the literature ol' the A Cappella Choir. 1 le personnel includes' Innes ,Xnthony Rul ncll li iz' i. arron I isanioncl Booth Jillon Howden l ugene Hranscoine XII ul l 1 - Broad joe Clannon C eriy Cllunch llerhert Coursey N ina Daniel mrnia Lee Dougherty Itan Ifinnie ll nnen Carnhoa Milclrecl Gilkinson Nlorris Granton 'lloin Hall Patricia Harris VVillian1 Henry Bill Hestes Raymond Hill ,Ioanne Hinnnel Jacque Nell Hunter Gene Iles Paula xlanke .Ioan johnson Norma Iones Betty Kiuchenbacker Barbara Lewis Marian Mapes Kenneth Mayhall -Io Moody Ruth Aleen Moore Earle VV. Morton Anne McDaniel jean McDonald Dale lN-lcCreight john McGowan Ann Ogle Janelle Patterson Dale Peters Patsy Porter Nlary Roherts Ennna .lean Rogers .Ianette Searcy lilaine Sinion Nancy Streetlnan Gwen Stinson 'lane Suggs Elaine Taylor Nancy Upshaw Leota Vincent janet Wliittlesey Patsy Young The Women 's Choir William Gardner, Director The Women's Choir of seventy voices gives annual programs for the college and the community, as well as serving as a conducting laboratory for its members. 'l'he personnel includes: Barbara Armour Lila Jean Bailey Elizabeth Barr June Bearinore Iildora Begnaud Sally Ann Belt Yvonne Bennett Betty Box Peggy Bruner Merle Carson Sybil Clay Joy Cox Frankie Dearen f Wilma Duke Frankie Franks Margaret Freriehs Betty Grimes Louise Gorman Jacqueline Gullett Barbara Greer Patricia Hall Wfillie Mae Helherg Nancy Henderson Elizabeth Hill Dorothy Hudson Adele Hutchinson Mary Frances Jalulka 0 Marion Johnson Jo Johnston Barbara King Jean King Peggy Lamb Betty Lang Wfynelle Littlejohn Carolyn McClenny Charlene McKenzie Lucia Maranto Martha Miller Dorothy Moore Joan Mort-man Nancy Perkins W gk' 10 il? 4, X t. - U W , M is ' V ,. i - M 4 f F' ' J' .. , an ' Q v ,Exe Jatis Perryman Juanita Poinykal Phyllis Powers Chris Randals Pat Reese Mary Robertson Jean Rogers Frances Sanders Nancy Scott Patsy Smith Shirley Wells Virginia Wliitt' Jerilyn YVilhurn Maxine hfViSClll2ll1 fs. 1 - 'X m ft, , N , ' W 9, ,-Q., -we X, it Q tv, i 'NH Q' ,A Y f -,FX S: ,Q H tag., .5 Xi 'if'yty., iii L, Q ii 1,5 Q ii 1 'a - ,?iT"w-N1 Q. is in 'AI1 X u a, .. ,q,, f.. 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Following ll pattern set in the lull procluetion, the Players operutecl uncler the eztpuble clireetorship ol' Mrs. Myrtle l'l1rrcly ol' the speech tlepzrrtnient. ln zultlition to the rather Joor serial on hginrl, the Plat fers were . . . l . l , 1, . hztncliczi netl in the SJTIIIU' Jresentution bx' the lnrffe east ol ln. which A 5 I i 1 5 ' proved to be unconilortzible lor at college-type tlrznnzitie zutenipt. How- ever, with persistence zincl perseverance. plus giving up some valuable Easter holitlziys in orcler to meet linzrl rehezxrsuls, the group eznne up with an entertaining two-night stzrncl the lust pgtrt ol' Nlztreli. Don Wlylie eztrriecl the lezul in the role ol' the trznnp who sturnbletl into ll rest honie for the zigetl with his theory thzu "the secret ol youth is in the Illllltl.H As zulcletl equipment for his sztles talk. he brought ll-ltjllg his wontlrous potion, "'llwing-sti." 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'II 'A' A is ii fa if Xi IHCAIJ 'lillf OVER will: ll rl111'f'l.' cup lwfmc' ll mad fluslz for that eight U'I'lU1'lf, for llfenler .S'fIlllI"lIfS also nlleml r'ln.s.s'e.s a brave and brilliant new enterprise . . . u er Theatre A new addition to local theatrical groups was the Supper Theater, started in 1950 as a non-profit organization by Gil Allday. This industrious crew has delivered weekly perform- ances ol' contemporary one-act plays. But their work is no ordinary bit of play production. Each Friday night in the dining room of the Eagle Cafe, seating capacity 50, patrons would gather at 7 for a dinner, served by the Thes- pians, then hang around for the evenings show. which started at 8. All this for the bargain price of l .251 Except .for a break during spring holidays, the cast of I5 managed to stage a production each Friday night, usually to full houses. Labor details were revolved from week to week so that one week a person would have a leading role, but the next week he would have either a minor role or be on the stage crew. That way everyone got the same opportunities to improve his acting. Jimmy Hughes assumed directorship of the plays and saw his charges act their ways f ff! -N4 ,V , .K X ia i 5 f ghd if f ? f f G' si fg i lyggxikn 2 f. Y 5 ' I i Mya ,Z is ig 59 . W , as-Q at , ,Fw kg Zfsyx 9 Q I ,W 1, an Ji ,Q A f -A TENSE IWUIWENTS I3liCO1lTIf lNCR1'fIJlBLl' REAL Zl'llf'II flu' ll1lIlliI'IIl'l' 1.x only fI'Y'6' feel fffllll Ilia' 1'f'un'nf'lf'z.s, for Szzppw 'l'ln'ffl1'r is jrivfstflzlrfzl "in flu' mzzndf' Slmzun rzlmzfc is 'fffrzrzmwfff lilllifjlflfllxl "'l'lm lJlH1'ffl'IlflOlIH through a total of I3 regularly scheduled shows, plus a special one given on April 29, especially for patrons of the Supper Theater. One of the most notable accomplish- ments oli this noteworthy aggregation is that it has brought theater-in-the-round to Denton, with tinges of professionalism scattered amply through all its work. The season lasted from February 9 through May 18, during which time members practiced up to an hour and a half per day in preparation for the next performance. At no time were ticket buyers given reason for disappoint- ment in the groups showmanship. It was always tops. HI! N lllif' llVl'fl,l. SA'l'l.S'l"l1i1J Il'lifll Iliff fnwll to .sfnrl Ittilll, rl11rl1'r'11fz'. :sl i'ec'cj,'vliwf lo llzf' lll'llIUlI.SifHIfffIH of 1'.X'lY'!lfl'fHIlll fllffllf fu well X vs: qt st . , , .Q .-N 4- - .f5':is K X it A I . fat, -' ,K H ,W V 1 . . fp ty . .' -3 2 l57 T e Sy lmony r hest a 2 'lf Dr. George Morey, Conductof x 1 g A X ig 3 1 Sl F Q ., Q 1 . Y Z 4 , 5 NX 5 2 L 2 ' 1 2 A 1 Q S First Violin Hans iXlllClllC'l' Don Hatch Cllrarlcnc Rosenthal Barbara Clorkins li-an Harris Mary Katlu-rinc Nli Sl'f'fllIIi Violin -lCl'UlIlL' Guillxcau lfranccnn- PL'2ll'l'L' Paul Kcllcy Carolyn Kaps Katlllccn llilllllillxli lliannc' Sion Viola Olga liitncr Nlargarcl Crulmlm .Xllrcd Skoog iIil1OlTlZlS Harllcc Ruth Gibson lirzglislf Horn 4 Lladys Lrislr-1' Cffllo Alan Richardson Edith Knaucr Patricia Ekdalc .lane Pinkerton Mary Beth Brown flonrad Kcclc Nathan Miron 1ilI.S'.SXUUlI X'Villard Elliot 'ludy Scllcr Pat Haycs Iflulzf Carl lXrlc'llwain Billy VVadc Perry Ohm' Donna Nlillcr .lancl Smith Tuba lamcs Blcdsoc' f, L 212 li il l 5' ,? Zi 4 f 4 4 l'ir'1'olo Mary H ockcr Clririrlcfl Philip Slavick Clllarlcs Titswortll Iinss Clrzrizirfl Rohr-rl Gauldin H ass Holm M1 Lain Frank Todd Ccorgc Nlintcr Graliarn Hanlrick Lloyd Pcrkins lolorri Mac Fullerton Clarcncc Wilson lidward Thomas Mycrs Hudson Ruth Trannncll Murrill Miller Trzzmpfl Gene Ford E uffl Box Larry Austin Twin IIUIIC' Paul Elliot .lay Covington hlruncs Kniglrtcn Tynzjmiii .lack Rumlmlcy Pri l'Il.S'.S'IiUlI Douglas Stone Holm Slllllfllll Ill! rp Anita Harvey flflllII!gC'V and l,IAlH'll7'I'lIll lanmcs KlllglllCll The lJl1o'1'11f'I Phil Slavick Bob Caulclin Bc-vcrly Lafiuc N. A. Loc .lim Ncllorcl Bob Roberts Bcity Langham Paul Riorclan I-lcnry Schacr Dorothy Loc -Ican Pinclalc Mary Boonnan Kc-nnctli Crow Raymond Kuzcll .Io Ann Baker loc Huttrain li Iflnl Cl111'1'11cfl Evelyn Mcihlow Alto CI111r1'11c2l Hun Grznnling Carolyn Clrolis 6 gi: E f lf? if X. V- - -' ,fzilz ,v- A 32.1.-' -:Q-Q 1 ' , 1 asf 5 71.5 ..,. 3 Q, ,H i ..,. 1, ,f -'-v:uw:S:' h 1 A MN 1 , -z" Q.-ff Evmwf Concert and Maurice lllcflflow, Conductor li11.s'.s Cl111'111f'l Li-on Flcining Bc-ltv Chilclrc-ss George Hall Kc-nnh-lli X1Villclorcl C,'o11t1'11 lirms f,'llll'fIIf'l Charles Lovclacc H1116 Carl Mcllwain Billy NVaclc- Perry Mary Hockcr Patsy Bazar .Xlifc Ficlil Bonnie -lanscn Dorothy Lafluc' P1'f'c'olo Byron Gooch' 1f11gl1'.s'l1 Horn Gladys Clrislcr O ,IUC Donna Miller Martha Slu-cts Clement Splainga plllo Srlxfllllflrzllz' Phil Manning Kathcrinc- Martini 'l'f'11o1' .S'11.x'11pl1o111' Y l-,ill Searcy Blllllllllf' S11.x'ojJl1o11r' Shirley Oglvslmy lgll.S'.S' Sll.X'UfJlIf1lll' loc' 'linll lirl.s'.s'oo11 X1Villarcl Iilliol Pal Hayes .Xnn Stone flllllffll l3f1.x'.soo11 Gilbert Iohnson Corrzffl lohn I-laynic Cir-nc' Ford Virginia Frey 4 I R. Kenneth XVall4i-r .Indy Barkcr rcl 'l'111111j11'l liuvl Box lion Knapp Douglas XViL-lin' Larry Austin rliffllllllfllll' Paul Iflliot ,Xl linglish Ray Voclkcl Nlanucl llc- I,aRosa Cllivc' Nlclllcllancl Cirovcr Simpson lirwin Dauglicrly 1glI.8'.S 'l'1o111l1o111' .Ianics Kniglni-n li111'1'lo111' 'lay Covington George' hlcfloy XVillJnr Wlctl loin XVay 1'ifIlf'lQ1'l Horn .Xnna Cum- Hali- llill lVhilc 'lin 1111 UILIHICS liilc-clsoi' llon lfrasr-r .Ir-rry CYNQ-al li F1111 liflss Roy Brooks ,hlflllllgf li11.s'.s Cirahain Hann ic la Nlary lc-an Thorn rlijllllllllll 1' llolorvs Poinclli Llllll lilllflll fQci1cxficAw 'I'ayloi .lo .Xnn Knapp P1'111'11.v.s101'z Douglas Sloncf lack Rumblcy Don Clliihlrcss lllarvncc firillin Harp Lilian Phillips 1. Si 'S 1' 95 The aught r Opera lovers of this area got a rare treat cluring the fall opera workshop pres- entation when they both saw antl hearcl one of opera's niost Celebrated naines, Miss Mary Garden. Miss Garden was here, as the program reacl, to supervise the produc- tion ol' Donizettis "Daughter oi' the Regi- ment." For both Miss Garden ancl a former protege oi' hers, Miss Mary MeCorrnie, cli- rector of the opera workshop, it was a tri- umphant reunion. 'I'hey were able to work together again in their first love, opera at its best. Near-lull houses applaud- ecl both perlornianees, and hearcl Miss Carden on opening night praise the work being flone here in the interest ol' opera. if '55 fl Tl'fNlIl'fR IQOOIDIQYIC is Xllllg' by Nu' lft"'QI-llIl'Hf 111141 jH'iz1rtif2f1l.x us iltlrlrirl relttrzls lo her lunzily teRegimnt... XVith each of the three carrying his lirst leading opera role. Nancy Wlright. David Taylor. and l.eota Vincent took the leads in Donizettis operetta-like opera, "Daughter of the Regiment." Results old the work old these three. plus the directorship of Mary McCormick and the inspiration oi Mary Gardens presence. were most gratifying to local and out-of-town listeners. Misses YVright and Vincent alter- nated on the part of the daughter who was orphaned. then adopted by a regiment of British colonial soldiers. A noted music critic of the area praised the work ol' Taylor and Miss YVriglit. noting that a certain note held by Miss Wfright for an appreciable length ol time was the highest note he had ever heard from a human throat. For one of his numbers Taylors part called for several high Cs. a terrifically high note for any tenor. Miss Vincents inher- ent good looks and pleasing voice ranked her at no less station than her two cohorts. Campusites gathered in large numbers to attend the two-night run of the opera. and Miss McCormick received especial commendation for her selection of an opera slight- ly more suited to collegiate tastes. Nmxrzx' WRHQHI illnttu '0"w we J 16 .N annum .....1 162 ..,v ?,?,-ir , u EAN., t ig K X 411 , g ff N, f, .,-.s f: 4 Collegians came out in such droves to wit- ness the Ballet Theatres production that the main auditorium was filled to capacity. Those who were fortunate enough to find seats wit- nessed a stage full of entertainers giving ballet at its best. The evening's rather un-high brow program consisted of Tchaikowskys classic "Swan Lake." Aaron Coplands entertaining "Billy the Kid," and Leonard Bernste-in's wide- ly-appealing comedy "Fancy Free." This American-born company brought campusites what many feared would not be ac- cepted - good ballet. But reception was so fine that plans are being laid to return the group at a future date. As leadoff program for this year's season the Fine Arts Committee chose Dr. Franz Pol- gar. eminent Hungarian'born hypnotist and psychologist. In his seventh campus visit, play- ed before the usual packed house, Dr. Polgar kept the evening moving swiftly by with his show of exceptional mental power. Modern dancing to the "Nth', degree un- folded for collegians in the person of Ted Shawn. leading exponent of modern dance. In B11',l.l' THE KID was fl jyurzty-zufzist com- puren' I0 Bullet TllI9flf'7"Ci.S 1'11terpret11t1'0n MENTAL WIZARDY makes Franz Polgnr brfnnz at his serfwiflz cmrzjms slfozuing Fine Arts . . . his sixth visit to the campus since 1929, Mr. Shawn presented such unusual numbers as the Flamenco dances, done without plan or form. These native Spanish Gypsy dances start with the dancer setting a rhythm pattern in his mo- tions, then the accompanist improvising music to fit the rhythm. Drama lovers found the Barter Theater of Virginia capable of performing the best in dra- matics as the group brought Lulu Vollmer's "Sun-Up" to the main auditorium stage. Differ- ent in that it is the only state-sponsored and supported theatrical group in the United States, Barter Theater had its birth in l933 so that de- pression-starved thespians might have a chance to continue in their chosen work. Intimate Operas trio of performers brought a different type of show to the cam- pus in their first Denton performance. Mem- bership in the British singing group included Keturah Sorrell, Stephen Manton, and Freder- ick Woodhouse. In vqlfl 2 ' -ff FIERCICFUL, REPOSIZFUL, Ted Shawn dC?lIIU7l.SlI'lIlt'.S the fine style of dancing for wlziclz he is famous EVEN JUOUNTAIN FOLK ajyprecinfe ex- cellent drama. And Norllz Tlt"NfllI.Y enjoy- erl excellent 7IIO'IHlllI1ilI drama 41 i Q. 'fr 33 Q L K Wx' ' xi wi E"fr,f1 ' 5 3 3. Q . l H S X , if t A5fssf F:s " at . X Q, , S X w. is Mix ' Q " - W 3 if M y gg as ' A2 ,4-K' as S - . t , ' Ofc t. K W . Y w gg , 'x NS . i 1-rr? XS - Eff , A x ,- XP' ,,-f .mallwp IJICLIGHTIfULl,l' INTIAL-1 Tli, Desi moznents from little-lmowiz IIIDIUYIS slmzuen' to ll good 11011.56 4, Dr. Clarence E. Ayres, noted University of Texas philosopher-economist, delivered an enlightening lecture on the "Value Problem." Congressman Ed Cossett, under the spon- sorship of the Roosevelt Democrats Club, spoke at United Nations Day ceremonies on economic stability and military invincibility. An exclusively American-trained woman pianist, Stell Andersen. presented an outstand- ing musical evening, accompanied by the Col- lege Symphony. as as .5 X x of si at i ine Art . . D. C4 - 5 x ,I Uri 1 .Fx I I wifi: ' it ' a DQ wt .3 Q' N CL,-xRi1NcE E. Ariziis STELL ANDERSEN ED GOSSETT Emnonzisf Concert PI.fI7lI'Sf Congressman 'X Wfaef gi 5 XA? WN I VV s :V 17 jgf lk W4 X f Wil? ,J 1 GQ4 :V X sie? f k f X f d K!! tfyfxf sa v m-K4 in W ea , f 1-' :V ' cfs lx W-ifaw ,, m n f W f uf 121- f-'mafmist .. , , M, , voA, , ,csv ,, , ,fi I? ,V -Wh-it ,ff gy of A f f a t Z W, , EVN 2 'V I 'Pm M, Nw: 1 . fl-fa 43 , fm Siafiarsf Xi W 5, ' cw' '7S'Q v J, li to ff ef 1, W rg, , ., ,t , . , Anyxg -, at t, l ff 164 , ROB1iR'l' SHAXV Muster Slzozunzun Playing their four Stradivarius instruments as though they really enjoyed playing music lor mu- sic's sake, the Paganini Quartet gave a small but appreciative audience its due share ol' the best in string quartet writing. Repre- sented on the program were writ- ings of Schubert, Hindemith, and Beethoven. 'l'he unequaled singing group ol Robert She 30-odd vocalists gave collegians "the works" in choi tl mt from the stage ol' the main auditorium. Never in tht histf ol' Fine Arts at North 'llexas has a group drawn moic ipplt and showered its audience with more encores. Nell Shut young king of choir conductors, proved why he is rtcownif t not only as a top musician but as a top showman 1 w program not to be lorgot I s E u l l I I I e adrigal Singers f 1 I I Robert Uttman, Director . 1 n l l Perlorniing one ol' the rarer lornis of vocal niusic in use today, the Madrigal Singers gave concerts in and around Denton. The singers g were dressed for each program in their authentic early-English cos- 2 tunies. North Texas is one ol the very few college campuses possessing a , group which sings niadrigals exclusively. The lnadrigal was a popular ' l l I song forin of early England, and is usually Written for five or six voices. . The NT group found it more convenient to use a standard octet. Mein- 1 bership included: SOPRANOS Elaine Karnes and Mary Jo Thomasg ! ALTOS Nancy Evans and Helen Marshallg TENORS Stephen Farkas and Stewart Vannerson: BASSES Edgar Stone and Alfred Skoog. Ac- , coinpanist lor the group was Hugh Birmingham: director, Robert 5 I Ottinan. E l l 1 i 4 A l I V F X 5 . . f-af . i 4. 'Q sz KW' T ' L' .' 54, T ' r Y' Q i vi 1 eKi'T'l,,..w-R. ' X li . ft it g W I a 5 , Q I W 4 15 lf li if is V '93 'Y . Figs l W 5 H ll l 166 "-w..,,K Q' A' ' x. W Ml ,M Q 4 . ya JW' , ,A ..,X. W, W., , X x I Xasxfs arp Ensemble Lillian Phillips, Director Five formally dressed young ladies saw fit to practice diligently throughout the year in order that the North Tex- as School of Music might have a Harp Ensemble and in order that collegians might hear some striking examples of harp literature. Under the directorship of Miss Lillian Phillips of the music faculty, Misses Anita Harvey. Betty Holsteen, and Ola Lee Currie joined with Miss Phillips in presenting programs on the campus and in nearby cities. A special trip for the ladies was arranged when they journey- ed to Galveston to play for the state convention of music educators. Phi Mu Alpha, national music fraternity, saw fit to invite the quintet to play lor its tri-state regional conven- tion held on the campus. Several churches of the local area asked the group in for special programs. A couple of stage show appearances and concerts in Dallas and Fort Woistli rounded out the year for the quintet. Variety in music played was exhibited as strongly by this group as by any other on the campus. From Claude Debussys beautiful "Clair de Lune" to Malottes 'The Lords Prayer" is an example of the range of their musical scope. Also performed were several numbers written by World-famous harpist, Carlos Salzedo, a last-year campus v1s1tor. H orth T ex s State Col F rank McKinley, Choragus lt has been variously calletl tl1e Oratorio Chorus, the Creat Chorus. anal IIUXV tl1e Crancl Chorus, wl1ic11 is exactly what it is - a grmzcsl rfzorzrs ol' some 2011 voices. capable ol' periorining sucl1 works as the Vertli "Requiem" or tl1e Bach 'Ste 'VIatthew's Passion." North 'llexas is OHL' ol' tl1e liew colleges a11ywl1ere wl1ic11 atte111pts to support a group ol' such inagnitucle as tl1e Crantl Chorus. This college. eve11 in its earlier years, saw to it tl1at all people o11 tl1e campus i11ter- estecl in singing nright lintl tl1e organization hest suitecl to their 111usical clesires. 'l'he Crantl Chorus seems to aclequately lill tl1e tlesires ol' at least 21111 stutlents. Director Frank 1V1cKi111ey sees to it tl1at tl1e musical tliet is rich: that lrom year to year the group works o11 sometlnng it 11as never workecl o11 helore, perhaps even soinetliing which harclly a11y chorus has ever masterecl helore. Look at t11is YCZIIJS recortlz 111 acl- tlition to Cuiseppe Vercli's IIIOIIICIIIOUS HRGtlL1lClll,H there were Sergei l'rokoliel'l's cantata H.'XlCX2lIlC1Cl' Nevskyn and Vtfilliam VValton's "Bel- shaz2ar's Feast." 'l'he number ol' cl1oruses wl1icl1 has attemptecl a11y 0116 ol' these three works is small, but the number wl1icl1 has PCl'l101'l11Ctl all three ol lllClIl with a inajor syn1pl1o11y orchestra is 111ucl1 smaller. Verclis ancl l'1'okol'iell"s works were clone this year with tl1e Dallas Sympliony untler NValter Hentll, while tl1e HliClSllZ1ZZZ1l1H was clone last year with the same orchestra uncler tl1e same clirector ancl this year with the College Symphony uncler Ceorge Morey. lwo years ago tl1e Crancl Chorus lullillecl a recording contract with RCA Victor wl1e11 it recorclecl llfllll tl1e Dallas Symphony, tl1e11 BJTON RAl.S'lill, l'Vl1ffl'I' lelwldel f'o11d1n'l.s .Y'I'Xl,' limnd CflIlliIl.S'. 111111115 Syn:- ony, and four1Wf'Iropo11'.'rn1 Opera Stars in flu' IYHIfl'l11"I'l'.S'IifJl lfll.X'.S'lllIl l'UllfNI'Il, 'll 1 4' ,YH f'XIlIIfll'l' Ve" .S led by Antal Dorati, the "Psalmus Hungaricusn by Kodaly. In the opinion of Mr. Mcliinley, this recording date was the grandest thing ever to happen to a North 'liexas musical organization. lt was announced at the first of the year that the Grand Chorus would journey to Minneapolis, Minn., to sing on Easter Sunday alter- noon. NVith the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. now led by Mr. Dorati. the group was to perform the lValton "l3elshazzar's Feast." But plans fell apart in early spring and the trip was cancelled. There was much guesswork as to why the program was called off. 'llhe man- agement was apologetic, and offered the chorus an engagement for next year. explaining that the directors felt that an Easter concert would not be well-attended. ln spite of this blow of blows Nlcliinley stayed on his job as chora- gus and led the group through rehearsals for a November presentation of "Alexander Nevskyn and a January performance of the "Requiem." Jennie 'l'ourel. Metropolitan soprano, was soloist for the "Nevsky" con- cert. Soloists in January were Frances Yeend, Eunice Alberts, Richard Tucker, and Oscar Natzka. all professionals of the highest standing. ' ie camaus ' sei a ion c i " s a2za"s 1 as " as een t Tl I pie it t if Bel h 1 Pe t h b lc scribed as the most ambitious undertaking ever attempted by the School of Music. And following the history of both the Grand Chorus and the College Symphony, one could never doubt what the per- formance would be a tremendous success. H + S MMT E xx!! 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NTSC hit the headlines in games with Kentucky, the l95l Sugar Bowl champion, and Arkansas. The Eagles, winners in seven of ten games, also attracted much attention in intersectional games with Fresno State, Nevada, Chattanooga, and the University of Houston. The strong but friendly rivalry with Mid- western and the first presentation of the Fouts Trophy were high points. Although they wound up in a tie for the gulf Coast Conference championship, the Eagles established the NTSC-Midwestern game as an annual Texas football classic. Quarterback Zeke Martin ranked among the nation's top small college passers and was chosen on the All-GCC mythical eleven for the second straight season. Also making the all-conference team were End Weiiclell Swann, Tackles Jim Brewer and Bill Bishop, Guard Glen 'Woocl, Center Quincy Armstrong and Halfback Kenneth Bahnsen. Lettermen for the 1950 season were: Arm- strong, George Benz, Bishop, Horace DeFord, Brewer, Fred Clotiaux, Ray Dodds, Kirk Drew, Bob Gandy, T. K. Hardy, Bill Lammes, Jack Lawless, Bill Lawhorn, Ray McGallion, Walter O'Farrell, Sam Pogue, Charles Qualls, Ray Rob- erson, Jim Stuart, Swann and Wood. Also Bahnsen, Bill Brashier, Bert Butaud, Billy Clark, Charley Duffey, Tommy Gray, Richard Harvey, Fred Hickman, Ernie Marvel, Randy McGee, Ray Renfro, Bill Rogers, Royce VVomble, Martin and Loyd Lowe. ii ootball ar mga, Dr: 'VVALMQR Hizius FERRII L Fruit: lXleCAIN IRA DiaFooR ANDY IXNIJI Rsov dssislfuzt Freslzmen Freslzmen Equzpment Buszness .vllovoss of 195 0 oaglos lribulo Io :non behind tho 8001108 uvho roar-holl. lllIlIlilli8'f1?I'0ll football prograrn under guialanvo of roloran thoron fonts North Texas States athletic stalfli completed a monumental task during l950. The Eagles' brilliant record on the lfield stands as a tribute to their efforts. Arranging the schedule . . . attracting the material . . . the arduous and trying job ol' coaching . . . ticket sales and other financial ar- rangements . . . all were part of the gigantic job of fielding a winning team. Bearing this load were Athletic Director Theron Fouts and Head Coach Odus Mitchell, who produced his fifth team at NTSC. Al- though Fouts guided the program, it was Mitch- ell who was under the constant strain of field- ing a winning team against rugged opposition. Assisting Mitchell in the task of moulding 20 letterrnen and 22 transfers into a smooth, well-oiled gridiron machine were Assistant Coach De YValker. who also handled much ol' the administrative work. and Freshmen Coaches Herb Ferrill and Fred McCain. former Eagle stars who joined the stall' in l950. Also important cogs in the production ol the finished eleven were Equipment Manager Ira DeFoor and Business Manager Andy Ander- son. After a slow start against rugged competi- tion, the Eagles gathered steam and brought home victories in their last five games with Chattanooga, Trinity. Houston, Nevada and Fresno State. By season's end the Eagles were regarded as one of the nations top small college elevens, one that soon would be able to hold its own in any of the major conferences. oo bal upon the fields of friendly strife are sown... " 4x mf- H U ZEKIQ MARTIN, lwice All-Gulf " ,' C'm1.xI f,'rn1fffre11f'6 qzznrlerbfwk .1 ..eg,f 51" ff? and fmn'-year lcfternzfuz. X ,ff I , .5 A-,Aa wif E3 , -E' lw n g .gf 4 FIRST ROYV: McGallion, Brisendine, Lowe, N'Vood, IITOYVC,I'I?l1AVCV,ClOll2ll1X,Zllltl Balmsen. SECOND ROYV Gilstrap, Duffey, Marvel, O'Farrell, Benz, Butaud, Clark, Gray. THIRD RONV: Roberson, XVilkinson, Hamf mond, Jones, Hickman, Vlfeatherred, Candy, McGee, Goodwin, and Qualls. FOURTH ROYV: Arinstrong. Swann, Brewer, Lawliorn, Renfro, Lawless, Brashier, Hardy, Dodds, and Morris lmanagerj. FIFTH ROYV Bishop, Stahl, Magill, David, Stuart, Drew, Lanimes, Ufomble, Pogue, Royall, and DeFo1'd. IVILDCA TS" SHORTY IAMERSON HELD for naught as Kcntuclfians find Engle line tough nut to crack ff -or if ' ,wr H1 rv. -v ' .,- - . . W , -rr .7 5,3 X, . . P7 fir, - ,J JTC T N' , , ' ,V J w fx' fi S: V714 11,41 - A .X 'Wal "'. uf' ff, K' ff "E it . , fi we L f ' f K- ft '-Lf kai! u...fK.if Xgfia- LJ' fl .a...gf.. t....f gy J, 9,31 Jr LL' 'xt J - I tfyj 1:2 ly xl ji f Q a . fi '34 G2 U xJ'ff..f 05,9 f 'QJJKJLDLJLJ' " Ca A-JQIJQ' Q Lux, Li' g"f9,.U-. 7-U4 "wie ,,-Zi? fin-frajy, ,-iyv -fry 1-,Mfg , , 11,43 if-S T J-X 'wtf' .1-vb 17:1 ,nw if G, 617, V76 .KB afttwoltfutz taatiggiuiws UQJAZWJ at now 5ZDtLJ.sptft2wtLfcEa Mighty Kentucky, one of the nations top teams at the seasons end, found the Eagles were not pushoyers. More than 24,000 fans saw the Wfildcats take a hard earned 25-0 victory at Lexington. The veteran VVildcats, led by All-Ameri- cans Vito Parilli and Bob Gain, jumped on the comparatively green Eagles for two early scores. By haiftime the count was l8-0. V The North Texans gathered their wits dur- ing the intermission and came back strong in the second half. Zeke lVlartin's aerial thrusts to Vvlendell Swann and Loyd Lowe carried the Eagles across the UK 20 where an interception ended the threat. After Kentucky's final tally, the Eagles again showed their claws as Scatbacks Randy McGee, Royce Woinble and Ray Renfro work- ed the pigskin down as far as the UK 8. Again the Wildcats' pass defense throttled the Eagles' hopes. Linebacker Ray lVIcGallion, End Jimmy Spencer, Guard T. K. Hardy, Halfback Billy Ray Clark and Safety man Bill Brashier drew praise from the Eagle coaches for their brilliant defensive play against the Kentuckians. In spite of the four touchdown defeat, NTSC gained considerable prestige in the foot- ball world. Most of Kentucky's opponents suf- fered worse defeats. Kentucky was defeated only by Tennessee and went on to win the 1951 Sugar Bowl championship by upsetting unbeaten Okla- homa, the nation's No. l team. There was no embarrassment in the Eagles' defeat. It would have been a tough game for any team in the country. es Scar d . . . but arkansas scored the most 'st as hogs dished out 50-6 whipping shi? According to the advances the game had The fans had all the possibilities of being a real crowd-pleas- seats when th? Cf. The Eagles were fresh from strong stand against powerful smashing triumph over Arkansas, ranked ference predictions, had y, before by weak Oklal poised to rebound. Sportswriters in Fayette and Fort Smith somewhat Porkers, were ing their las. trot and coul acl sur ville. e Rock with the shooting thro prisingly Stocky y andgfg, tx Porkers' highl his way over t backs and sprint paydirt untouched Immediately the P disgust. Many knew the tough afternoon. 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V, tx M .f ! 3'tJ'?21- 'V -' , f"'s:Q ' ff ,iv f f i Neff X T , 535'-"' ff xr :..,...4?,-,SA YQ , A ,g f A., zfsxdfu ,g 5 5' . A 9,3 3 , U if 1 , ! .Axe U, f,,,a .c, ,.,. . -. . i , ,. .,. , W '-:.f:::w-' aff? fi -, '24 "' 44'uvvf,' ,..' s f . -. 1" 5.1 -.-mf-kr . I .L A gr . .2-nc.-.4 .V lid? aw - 4- ,Q "fy gm , ,Maw .f sw: .2 X? . . . X I TTT?-1- ag es R l ver ET . . . in 42-20 display of ground, aerial strength X xxx. I Q -xckxxxhg K- The Eagles ruined the dedication of East Texas' new Memorial Stadium with a second- half explosion that completely wrecked the Lion grid machine. 4 'Tied up 13-13 at halftime. the Eagles blew up for three touchdowns in the third quarter and before it was over had piled up 319 yards rushing and 3l7 more via the airlanes. Zeke Martin had one of his better games as he completed l3 of 25 passes for 237 yards. Ken Bahnsen and Royce VVomble paced the ground game. The stocky Bahnsen gained lOl rushing while Vwlomble tallied three touchdowns. The other scores came on short plunges by Charley Duffey and Bahnsen and a 59-yard pass from Richard Harvey to Ray Renfro. Fred Clotiaux booted four extra points and the Eagles collected a safety to boost the score. 1 I ,f 4 at l' 1.11 cccccc all E 1 1 - 1 TOP LEFT: B,-I I-INSEN BOWLS over would-be Lion taflz lers CENTER: LOWE BREAKS loose on sweep RIGHT: SWANN GOES for extra-ya1'aV age after grabbing lllarfin aerial Ot ixci Xizxisrkoxc Krixxifru BAHNsi2N GEORGE BENZ BILL BISHOP zziffr Riglfl Half Guard Tackle 1 l l 1 I l f O t l I 1 l l tr l 1 I 1 l ,l 1. I l EI l Il l 4 A 1 i, J lt I r 4. y. i Pl it 1iR.4SI'llI1fR SPHINTS' foward Iiulldog goal Illlifll liIIfFl't'F12ft'fI' 191153 on Ilpflllllg play of llfe gauze. leies we . . . 76-6, as eagle backs In their mightiesti showing of the season, Coach Od us lVIitchell's gridders jumped on lit- tle Southwestern Oklahoma Tech and smashed the Bulldogs, 76-6. Ten Eagles figured in the scoring with five of the tallies coming in the opening quarter. Safetyman Bill Brashier got things off with a bang by racing 40 yards with an intercepted pass to a score on the first play ol the game. e B teh d rornpell at will against tech The Eagles quickly added to the count with long runs by Ken llahnsen and Lowe. Martin added scoring passes to VVendell Swann and Lowe before the lirst period ended. Royce Wlomble, Tommy Gray, Richard Harvey, Ernie Marvel. Bill Rogers and Ace Towe also added touchdowns although Lowe was the only Eagle to hit paydirt twice. Gray scored on a 95-yard scamper that found him breaking through the center of the Bulldog line and racing down the middle ol the field with the foes in hot pursuit. Rogers returned an intercepted pass 97-yards down the sidelines for his tally. Chubby lireddie Clotiaux, the Eagles' extra point specialist, had a big night. He converted on ten of the l l touchdowns. 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'ff r 1 Hr ' S ,, QAMYQ' fb NL- , .ygv it , ' 19' 1 ! 1 y '. "'a:1v-. , I ?fi.'. w.f'4'2.,.1- Q , ' 1fQ:1::'ff1fz'vq. W IR E, R J W fam E , 11.5-'H '- H - I 1,?pf17 ' I fl M 3. 1 I HORAQIQ DEP ORD M 1 '- - ' Gzmrd D R ,1.,n3D , D F 39 . ' Elia" fiaf7,f-WJ J ij 5-Mw9wf.ew31fm5f:f wg3j313fi+?i?qM"ai','wif J ' ' , R 'ff IxlRlx DREW V, W + if 1 ' '1 fa' T5, End ' I W 6 1 , 1 1301-5 GANDX R End TOMMY GRAY Rigllt Half RICHARD HARVEX' Qzmrterlmck Rzght Half X X f 'Yi "1 1 I! I. I, FRED PIICKMAN BILL LAMMES iD Tackle M II I 'm Hu' it ar of Gulf oust 'tl if W, ri , 4 sa., ta , 5 af as, x t vaglvs nvicv va ugh! by gun inchos irons goal in 7-7 lusslv Many die-hard fans still argue that only the clock and not Midwestern halted the Eagles. All agree that it was the season's top thriller. Nevertheless, the Eagles' 7-7 tie with NlU's 'llribesmen threw the Gulf Coast Conference title race into a deadlock that saw the two elev- ens share the title and the first Fouts Trophy. But the Eagles were pounding at the MU door at the end of the first half and again at the end of the game, hoth times less than a yard from paydirt. After holding a 7-tl lead with just three minutes left, it was a hard way to end such an important hallgame. Ray Renfro's short sweep for a touchdown put the Eagles ahead early in the third period. Bobby Rogers put the Indians hack in the game when he intercepted one of Zeke Martins flat passes and raced it back 66 yards for a TD. Witli the seconds rapidly ticking away. Martin took to the air and soon had the Eagles back in scoring position again. But the Indians held twice on the 2 and the gun caught them there. Late in the second quarter Loyd Lowe shook loose on a 52-yard dash, worming and twisting his way down to the MU 4 before he was hauled down. But the Indians held twice and the half-time gun went off before the Eagles . Q A . 0 D 1 an t V could try again. THESE EARLY f1RRIVf1L.S' on MU mnzptts receizfed TRIBE PILES UP Renfro short of .goal line as firm! 0 lzearty welcome from alert ZlfI'ffZUCSf6VlI6l'S .seconds Url: away on florl: x X K XX ,Qs Ns Nm? .1 x XX xx XX X xx xx xx QE X X 'NN .elssr :SEM '05, NN, ff' 'bs Q X X X x xl 5 lmlll l.XNXlItlltX tj 1'11 fm , i 9 xc:1t Lux Liss limi MUD 131-I 'l"lll.1"f :IT Cflflffllllfiflgill foulfx y 111o1sf' film lllllQ"Tl'!IffU2't' hatta owed . . . to the Eagles. lf?-l4. on a last minute pass from Zeke Martin to End Jim Stuart after NTSC had trailed the Moccasins by one point most of the last half. Playing in a sea of mud at Chattanoogas Chamber- lain Field, the Eagles were forced to conie from behind three times to finally defeat the strong Mocs. Ken Bahnsen tallied the first two touchdowns for NTSC on blasts of 3 and l9 yards. The final score was l,or11 l,ow1f lfff llrlff 1 xlfQfi,'Xl.ll f,'w11!w1' 'LIB-, set up by aerials to Wericlell Swann and Bahnsen that carried to the UC l2. VVith l5 seconds remaining in the hard-fought tilt, Martin uncorked the drenched pigskin goalward and Stuart hauled it in for the winning score. .S'LlPPliRl' RENFRO .S'LlTHliR.S' llzrouglz AIUCC'fl.Sl.Il defenders RANDAL MCCEE C1-:c1L BIARTIN ERNIE MARVEL WAU 14111 O I ARRPII Right Half Quarterback Left Half Guard BIC CHI-IRLEY DUFFEY RAMBLES though open field as Eagles wallop Trirzity V 4 s 1 Zi ige ' ubb Burst . . . to a loud 35-6 noise as the Eagles unloaded both barrels at Trinity's outinanned gridders. Boasting an exceptional season record, the Gulf Coast Conference foes had conie to Denton pre- dicted to play the Eagles off their feet. The fireworks started quickly as Ken Bahn- sen plowed over from the one for the first touchdown with just three niinutes gone. Bahnsen went over again from the four in the second quarter and Freddie Clotiaux added the second of five extra points to make the halftime score lfl-O. Scatbacks Ray Renfro, Billy Ray Clark and Royce VVo111ble added three more TDs in the second half as the tiring visitors wilted before the power of the NTSC offensive. Outstanding in this gaine was the play of the Eagles' defensive line. The previously potent Trinity attack was able to muster only 77 yards and four first downs on the ground. End Jack Lawless and Bob Candy, Tackle Bill Bishop and Jim Brewer, Guards T. K. 1 Hardy and lfValter O'Farrell and Linebacker Ray McGallion forinecl a concrete wall against the Tiger scoring inachine. Martin Sauk UIL I6- three linelnen scored the ids but naartin nuule the difference Three linemen did all the scoring as the Eagles again proved to be too much for the Uni- versity of Houston's "big-time" Cougars. -a 1 I l lj i Touchdowns by Sam Pogue and Kirk Drew xg .aa". 1 V 'lva t '-',, ..,, ,.i,, , Q it . . E5 ,.,4:f-N ,Aga 'v-:'f, X 4, X 39 ' ,. and the golden toe of Freddie Clotiaux put to- .W -Q - . ',', 11" ch 'f-" ":" 5,.fkQxQif,, , Y,-W gether a lo-13 victory over the big red eleven 15' l - ' 1 1 NI' i " V ll f - , 'ff 10111 I 'IL WVCEI I TV 1 ISSUUII 21 ey C011 C1 SDCL iw- :f,, gytiwkx s ' Q "l' ' N f ,t school. g fifaree. Q wj frsli 'Y , rr V ""' 1 But. as in the Chattanooga game, again it ,, it was Zeke Martin s pitching arm that paid oil t in blue chips for the North Texans. Trailing J' Q31 . .. . arg , ,Aee 1 9-13 in the hnal quarter, Martin connected on L att., . . . . r,'-i 't A V three straight heaves for the winning TD. His --as p Q- gg .- - - - last sti 1ke hit D1 ew deep in the end zone. N by X W ft --sst f K ' ir at ,M , ff 1 - 4 fix - - - riri Pogue, a defensive linebacker, had opened f r, Lyey i"' the scoring earlv in the hrst period when he re- - ' - 25 't'. turned an intercepted pass 18 yards for a TD. H ' l 1 b 15- ' l f' ll 1 i.it ouston tiec tie count ut a yaic ie c goa ly . ,5s,, rt,t, - we bY Clotiaux gave the Eagl6S a 9-6 lead at half- it i-'t '-" t l 'W M Q time. BIG KIRK DREPV was man lo mm! m Zeke I Matrtz'n's aerifzl shot. Set-oncls after YUCCA Photo- The Cougars picked up steam in the second 5"'f'ljl"?" C'?0"8f MFCUS' 'Wflf' VHS l1l'0f0f Drffw fl half but needed a recovered fumble to set UP "mm ,H .mms mm' "1 Mf"f"l5 peg lm' the ' . 4. i , A . Eagles flllfll tofuclzdown nz the wuz over Houston their scoring chance. Max Clark slipped loose I on a 19-yard jaunt and added the extra point to give UH the upper hand. ll 1 Houston's slim lead looked more secure with every tick of the clock until the tall Eagle ll - I quarterback started shooting. He tossed to 1 lfVendel Swann twice and Lowe once before lolting the clincher to Drew, who made a leap- '.r ing catch over the head of a Cougar defender. 4 1 li , E Sui Poctii CAHARLEY Ql,lAI.LS RAY RENFRO JOHN ROBERSON my f ruler Center Left Half Tackle by V 1 5 l 3 , 1 1 'l G i if tr I 1 2, 1 A Rig agles Spil Nev 2nd quarter outburst rocked visitors: ended pack 's spell over nt An overflow Homecoming Day crowd of approximately 111.1100 looked on as the Eagles gained sweet revenge from the University of Nevada by humbling the lvolf Pack. 34-21. .-Xfter taking three straight defeats from the Lobos. the Eagles put on an offensive show that had the Nevadans reeling on the ropes by half-time. Nevada appeared dangerous for a brief period in the opening quarter when they moved quickly downlield for an early score. However. their luster disappeared in the second stanza when the Eagles pushed over three 'l'Ds of their own and left the field at the half with a comfortable 21-7 margin. 'llwo short plunges by bull-like Ken Balm- sen and a 13-yard Zeke Martin-to-1Vendell Swann aerial accounted for the three rapid scores. Loyd Lowes 23-yard scamper and another Martin-to-Swann pass. this one covering 19 yards. built the Eagles' lead up to 3-1-7 before the Pack could rally and counter twice in the fading minutes. ln winning the Eagles kept intact a five- year string of Homecoming victories. Playing his final game in Eagle stadium. Martin, who figured heavily in the last two Homecoming triumphs. engineered the Eagles flawlessly and completed six of ten passes. for two touchdowns. H0111 C'O,1Il.X'tL Ql'1ilfX Crzrolylz Lyon " , eff! rs lmzzfjmfl from ClIIJfll1'Il.S Lowe and B.-11-IN.S'liN, 0 coizsmeizl groznzd garner all fzfterizoon carries 11111 and 1'i'f'.sif!eriI Iirmuiz one Neztzzcla faclsfer as he bulls 1115 fuzzy for extra yardage 9 If ' 0 ,IAC to . aerit heir, 1001 HJ rf --,.-5' -I?" 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A-fb ' Q' 'Thy ' " ' Ni.1'fffI7fQf?2"iri5f-f'i'1 2v..XTf7"'-'Q D 9-fry: "7"-I Aww 'V ' K W7 N l Yuiemgf YF-if f"5E! :mf' .s'- ' . V A, ,QW . ,A - ,. A- ' e " 1 , uf X-'?i..f' ye.: A ,Q .. :my , RQ H ' 4: U . ""5"" 'KQi11wV',,- WwfQ"1f 1fzihw'i:f-1!"'6a-' we ag LO11'li 11"OR1WS lnfs' way tlzoruglz brolcen field in lfreszzo Slule grime with Ilze help of Iloclrls' jarring blorl: limi spilled the Bulldog defender in llze foregroznm' F esno vertale , I-I hoary fog failed to .Glynn iv ntsc ground a tlaclc as oagles vxplodecl in 4th quarter The Eagles brought their 1950 season to a rousing finish with an explosive fourth quarter rally that gave the North Texans a 31-12 Victory over Fresno State. Playing on a log shrouded field at Fresno. Clalil.. the Eagles were leading 13-12 at the beginning ol' the lourth period when the mist obscured the lield from the eyes of the fans. Randy Nlefiee counted twiee and Billy Clark added the final tally as the Eagles opened up their big ground guns to breeze away from the Californians. After spotting the Bulldogs a one-touclr down lead in the first period, the Eagles tied it up on a 30-yard aerial from Zeke Martin to Loyd Lowe. Before the half ended Bahnsen shook loose for 23 and another TD and Fred Clotiauxs conversion put NT ahead by one point. The tilt was the Eagles' first appearance on the West Coast and was also their initial coin- petition against Fresno State. Im 'sit emi XVI-NIJliI.I. SWANN Rorczrt XfVoM1a1.iQ Grafx VVoon 1 ml linrl Ifllllllllfrlf Guard , g 4. ' ffm .....t,., - F es an Gridders . . . rig B Qs LINEMEN - Kneeling: M. Hall, Clark, VVhite, Chambless, Cole, Green and Paris. Standing: Cumpton, Mc- Crady, Camp, K. Hall, Hardie, Newman and South. displayed plenty of prfuniso in avinning two of six gaznvsg 73-I3 victors in final till North Texas' high-spirited freshman grid- ders finished their season with two victories in six starts, showing plenty of promise in spite of their record. Gathering strength with every game, the Eaglets wound up their short schedule by stampeding over Cisco junior College, 73-13. The frosh, coached by former Eagle greats Herb Ferrill and Fred McCain, suffered a 21-0 setback from strong Gdessa Junior College in their season opener. The future Eagles flashed back in the next game to whip Decatur Baptist College, 28-16. However, they found tough stailing in their next three outings. Don Crabtree's 96-yard kickoff return went in vain as the Weatlie1'fo1'cl JC Coyotes eked out a l9-l3 win over the yearlings. A tough Ranger JC eleven handed out the next pasting, downing the Eaglets, 21-0, in their only home game. The final loss came from the University of Arkansas freshmen, 38-6, in a tilt played at El Dorado. At Cisco, Kenneth Hall led the Eagles' of- fensive onslaught by scoring three touchdowns, leaving the Eagle coaches well pleased with the teams improvement. A Forgotte T eam . . . ' 41Y"l' Yi . i 4 i O' 1 A --.5 E" Aves-f N Mm ' ff , ' ff' 3. N ' I 71 ur x 'fs iv ' T L V 4 Y 3 -, , ' ' i yy 7' ,ig , -ff , ' 4. : . V' -- -, --mia i s P44 J' A W 1' ' ' " 3 y:.ef"-K2 tx gt 4 -at 'H 1 , its s . J ,. ,Q ' N . 3 , , gfvfs 1 N eg- M, xt, C , -K an A R' if f :L - t T S K ' ' A " vs f f K, ue - W E 4 ' , 2 F - , ss? 2 5 sw ,Wt S li' iv ' L," Mimi. Q TEACIIQS -- Kneeling: Dean, Dele,ong, Payne, Kuntz, Lztnklord, Crow and Hughes. Standing: Lawrence, Crabtree, Bttlman. Cagle. liacon and Jenkins. freshrnan gridders lived in the shadows, building now for Freshman lootball - a colleges nearly for- gotten sport, They play a tough game almost eyery al- ternoon. wearing the "red shirts while the varsity tunes up lor the coming Saturdays game. The lreshmen play a short schedule, with- out the crowds and recognition that accompany 'varsity football. They are the ones who play because they love the sport- they are the ones trying to make the team. Tvlany ambitious hopefuls are weed- ed out when they fail to meet the test that lfresh- man football presents. But these are the gridders who soon will be that big season of '53 on the varsity's starting lineup, making the touchdowns. and winning the conference championships. In their first year they have learned how to take it when the going gets rough and how to keep coming back for more. They have also learned how to win and what makes the differ- ence between a winning and losing team. Coaches Ferrill and McCain awarded let- ters to SGVEHLGCII gridders for the 1950 season. They were Richard lVlcCardy, jerry Cumpton, Charles Chambless, Charles Cole, Gene Wliite, Ray Newman, Raymond Clark, Kenneth Hall, Kip Camp, Bob Hardie, James Jenkins, Robert DeLong, Bobby Lankford, Gene Bulman, H. Cagle, Griff Hughes, and Donald Crabtree. . IV ' x.,f9,g 2 i"'q' li I J. ,Q We ,144 lx X . ' , - -'H . U E ,lv -' A Q X. ,Q - 1 1 X K 'C' . , .,iL J- .. Wi. , fmaxvfzg Q . . h ,Q V , , .. gn if - , ,, SA .4 'V W- F ii 9' 3 , 5 W 1 , N 'f I -.fm -5,1-. Q.,W f 'ww ' ' V. v Ea M4 vga :L .I ,,,.iA, , , L V. .i., Qs Q x. W .N JS ...ll X tx N , ' x wfxs ,fs-H 4 t , . 13 x is f t-fff,lhjf it ,,,slsm9f"" X,,! t WW fc .' V if ,ff ,.,,,. ,, w J ' :-W, . agp' it y ., at-1 'Q ' wwlwwm' wmv-' THE Iflfmtl-51 SQUAD: First rent'-Slaughter, Lanninghani, qlones, Allison, Garner, Gibbs and Norton. Sec- ond row A Strongosky, Cain, Edwards, Kelly, Lutrick, .Iohnson and XfVall. Third row - Coach Shands, Russell, Banks, .Xxtc-ll, Clonccs, Simpson, Brase, l-locker and Coach Nicksick. Fourth row -- Schefer, Horn, Rainbolt, Beard, Baxter, Vander Zee, Hooper, Kelley and l'VOOLlXX'2ll'Ll. B leetball luul . . . luul its big season loo - cap!lu'eaI gulfcoast loop title. broke vvvn againsl soctoris best C0llllD1!titi0ll Basketball had its big season also. Beautiful new Men's gym, with its 4500 seating capacity, was opened at the first home game. ln addition to winning the Gulf Coast Con- ference championship, the Eagles garnered in- tersectional victories over such highly regard- ed quintets as Baylor, University of Houston and Oklahoma City. North Texas State finished the regular sea- son with a record of 13 wins against l2 losses. in spite of playing one of the strongest sche- dules the Green and 'White has ever faced. Among the Eagles' big opponents were the Texas Aggies, Southern Methodist, Texas Christian and Baylor of the Southwest Confer- ence, Drake, Creighton and Mississippi South- ern College. The Eagles met Southwest Texas State in the opening round of the playoff for a berth in the NAIB's national tourney. After twice de- feating the Bobcats during the regular season. the North Texans dropped the post-season fray, 79-57. NTSC got off to a rolling start with early season wins over Baylor and Oklahoma City but dropped five straight during the Christmas holidays to some of its larger foes. Things began picking up after mid-season when the Eagles added wins over Trinity, South- west Texas and Texas Wlesleyan to their string. "The Shandstnenm came bouncing off the ropes in the final stages of the season, closing out with four straight wins over Midwestern. the Halliburton Cementers. Trinity and Hous- ton. Large crowds turned Ollt for all of the Eagles big home tilts, with the opener against Texas A and M, the eventual Southwest Confer- ence champ, overflowing the spacious structure. an l 4 H. C. CPETIQQ SHANDS Head Conch Coach Pete Shands, who first came to North Texas State in l935, enjoyed his biggest season since he took over the coaching reins here. In addition to winning the GCC champion- ship. the Eagles garnered much prestige while playing against the Southwests best competi- tion. Assisting Shands with the tutoring chores was Ted Nicksick. former Texas 'Wesleyan cage star, doing graduate work here. Nicksicks' crack freshman team also had an outstanding record, including victories over Baylor and Southern Methodist. Pat Kelley. a 6 foot, 4 inch sophomore. hogged the individal honors for the season. He was named on the GCC All-Conference team and led the Eagles in scoring with 310 points in the 26 games. Lettermen for the season: Calvin Axtell. Bill Allison, Robert Barse, Pat Cain, Larry Conces, Tom Edwards. Bervin Hooper. Charles Johnson, Ed Kelly, Pat Kelley. Lewis Lutrick. Dick Vv'all, Dick Woodixfard and Harlan Vander Zee. Freshman letter win- ners were B o b b y Horn. Elmer Beard. Bobby Garner, Earl Lanningham, Kendel Banks, James Rainbolt and Harry Strongosky. ED IxE1.1.x opening night against aggies, a big affair Regent limit g1'we.S 1ulfIrc'.s'.s' . Slmnds preserzts Engle sqzmcl . . The lip-off . . Hard-fouglff all the zwzy . . Cflpluin Nice gauze. fe1ln.s'.' M-ffm l fl l . id: K gigs.: PI F, 1 l ntsc nudge Tug- A mu, trinity V in gcc race The l95tl-5l Eagles Captured the Gull t Coast Conference Championship, winning three of their four loop tilts. Alter drop- ping their first game with Midwestern. -4-4-61. the Green and Wfhite hoopsters snap- y ped back to dutnp the lndians. 48--15. NT got off to a hang-up start in league ,1 play by blasting Trinity. 75-58. with Pat tl i Kelly pouring 28 points through the hoops. t The loss to Midwestern put a damper T on the Eagles title hopes until they reversed the earlier decision Still needing a win over Trinity to sew up the title. Coach Pete T Shands' Charges trekked to San Antonio and bumped the Tigers. 68-58. .-Xgain it T was Pat Kelly who was the big noise. He t scored 20 ol' his 28 points in the last hall l t as the Eagles came from behind to cop the T 1 second GCC title. - - l',lf lxltl,1.l'.l lll'X'.X Klllllfllrul ollf' llff 'l'U1ll l'QlIll',llflI.S' zlrlfls ttf: into mon' Ill Ijuglm rflllfl Olflt' l M,1lt'l3E H14 IS fl'jVl.'ll4Q lo ln' un Engle. ll low l'.llNX'.XRlN Pu In 1 I I x L1ll,xRl.l1s Qlonmsow lllu, Al,1,lsoN llllllll l'lllil'IlHl ffC'lllr'l' flllfllfi Sea on 'S Result Iz1IllXllf1lS AIXII lllzmlrlzzlg .wlnzjn for rwlmlzllrl in NT OPP ffffffflfl lime! fllyllf' will: Sllll' 05 ,Xustin College 50 35 lexus A zmcl M 110 ll Oklznlmomu Clity University 1l0 50 lluylor University 07 52 Xlimissippi So11ll1ern Lollege 57 lf? .Xlwilene Clllristizm College L10 51 llilyliil' llniversily 50 ell llranke lllliversily 72 53 cllQ'lglllUll l'11ix'c-wily 03 PSO Soutllern Nlethoclist University 717 50 lexus Cllmristizm llniversily lifl ITS Oklzahomzn City lllllVi'l'hlll' A15 'Ili .XlISllIl College lil 75 9l'I'1Yinity lllllVL'lSlly 58 02 Texas XfVc-sleyzm College 00 01 Southwest lexus Slate College 00 50 Southwest lexus Stale Clollegc AIS Alfi llniversily ol' Houston 5-l 58 l l11llil1u1'tonCemenlers 00 70 IINCXIIS VVl'SlKfy2lll College 553 ll "Nliclwestem University lil 00 llzulliburton Cemenlers All 718 fkliclwestern llniversily 115 of? 7VI'ri11ity University 58 00 llnivermity ol' Houston 57 57 Soutllwesl Texas State College 79 7kcl0lll'Cl'L'lli'C games A X ak X K X E52 Z I 'mn QW, 1 I, W, Q ,L Jae LN CIUNCIICS Al'P1,llCS ll lluff-Nf'l.w11 ns l'fclw1lrd.s' dIlI'lx'.S' 1111! of gI'lIjJl7lf' will: flgglks eagles gain prestige C, PT. KELLY gow llilglf for f'V1'I7 .Simi in intersectional tilts 4 against top national foes CIALVIN ,eXx'1N1f1,1, Dick X"VUUIJW'ARlD 1311114 WMA, IMI Klux FIIIAZLVIIVII l"m'wf11'd finunl lwnzuf w 1 95 0 ig? 4951 . v 1 Q X N 5 K J an wwf? Nr F W ' 3 1 'fi f w""'1u.....M4 If ,. A, 2 ' 7 'RSV W ff... NMS , ,W l Q 4, 11' T ? '11 V f A W! , ...-:fi ff 11132 , lf! 5 2: " ' if' -' I .M ,F -NH' K .mf X W, -1' 9 g ' W, fm 6 R57 5 , yy- gf W f , 4' '- g.J"f"W' V' ., ,gf :vf ' ,, 1 , , ' ZA V 1,2 ,I 2 9 M ff? fy 3 , W 2521 f' w , ' - . yew- - -- J V ,c y . f, I H . , M , ,fwv X A if ' ' ' - fw,f'wrw 1' W1 N Jw Q 4 w,,3now,'f'wvy 0 is J! K V ., . 'J - E? f"! Q 3 1 ,M U., w X X ,www l 'S Q :J -t , lx i ma ,St si i ,xt 5 t. li . s 1 Q l l iz. xg' ' y . ,, "J il ig U 346 K 7 K ., fx 9 , xl Qi' ':" 1 ' 9, 5 Q 5 ' M 5 2 - 5 , 'l THE lflfvl SQUAIJ: I llst ion-NVeiss, llianstonie, XfVythe, R. Smith, and Teague. St-tond row-lloyd, NVilson, Blair, Grundy, llickman, Zahoinik, Lowe, li. Smith and Henson. Third rmtv-Edwards, lslllllllgll, li. YVilson, T. Smith, Fowl- er, Howell, Lindsey, Goodman and lllansit. 9 le Squad. . . saggod in team strongthg took two dual lnoots but failod to win at border, fort worth ln spite ol' its individual stars. North Tex! as'State's teanrstrengstli'sagged as the Eagles Iailed lor the Inst time in live seasons to win either the llorder Olympics or the Southwestern Recreation meet. ff.-ll"l'. H013 fLlil'.X'lJl' mul fitlllffl Pop Noah lIf'lIIll uflwr ilu' tw'lwrr41I ltflglf' fllitgfl jllllllflfllk o-fool, o-mph IPI!!! ul llfr' rlll'Xfl.S lfwlrlys ! ? QW X ' F , . df ' ' 4' 7 ' .1 ' - ' fm 3 ,,., f 9 , S , 1.5 gf f , ' ' ,f'fffr?"' ' f , 'I' ,S1 I w fMZ7 f ' ff Q ff " My ' 2 7' ,mf ww Z a XVI., Z, I fy., A -. i',,...-w.v., 4 A , : ' 4 f H 1, ,, , f. , 5, , f , ,f,. fi,,f,,,Qfl 'G , ,fig tg! y ., , s iv ,, fu , , 12, f Mfr f , ' W ' ' ffm f f- ff'-f 11, r ffzffwfaf Maw ' WM ,, We 44345 ., f r , Abilene Christian College, with its line mile relay team, nudged the Eagles at Laredo. 39-3716, lor the college division title. The next week at Fort VVorth the North Texans linished third behind ACC and Howard Payne. Coach Pop Noalrs cindermen held onto some prestige by taking narrow victories in two dual meets. They opened the season by edging ACC. titiw-tillw. l.ater they crept hy East Tex- as State, MW-61 W. Only the sprint relay teams and a lew top individuals competed in the Texas, Oklahoma Aggie and Southern Relays. As the YUCCA deadline approached, the Eagles still laced the ,Kansas and Drake Relays and the Gull' Coast Conference meet. 4 i it l t I l l 1 l i r l l I 1 ,I '1 q 1 Q if 'g g v e Fifi" '- as , 1- X - , , A Q f 1 , l f V 46 ' S. 6' 1, 1 , 11 .ff Y V . gl. 5 1- ,sf aft ' if - 'iii fl! ,sf 1 il '4 ,A 'sa - K 33 s A SHOT PUT'1'li1i .l111111f.x' l31'1'111e1' 43111111611 111111111 fJ1IlC'6' 11! 11112 'l'ex11s 1fI'1lljV.S' 1111111 Il 111211116 111 119 feel 6 1111'l11'.s' THESE CINIJERMICN 111'spl11ye11 their 111161115 111 1116 1411, S811-y111'11 111111 Illlll' 1f11e111.s. K?1661Ii7Igi 1116 Gillis lfl1X1I'1lt",,,f?1'1'j1 Boyd. Neil G1111111111111 111111 111111 1'f1l111111'1ls. 1 1 S1111111111g 111'e Ke1111ell1 Slllllll, 13111 Wil- son, 1'l1AF!l I-11'1'lc1111111, .I1f1'1'y lflI11.SYl1I 111111 1711111311111 He11so11 .swift eagle dashmen led nation 'S relay teams in big meets North 'lexas Statt-'s crack sprinters were earning top honors on the Eagle squad when YUCCA presstime rollecl arouncl. In fact the Eagle speetlsters were topping the entire nation at that time. Coach Pop Noah's quartet of Jerome Zabojnik. Charley league, VValt Lindsey anti Riehartl Smith step- ped ofi' the 440-ya1'cl relay in 42.0 at the Texas Relays. 'llhe University of Oklahoma equalled the feat at Austin the same clay, leaving the two teams tied as the eountry's fastest. Before taking oil' for the Kansas Relays, the North Texans won both the quarter and half- mile events at the Oklahoma Aggie ancl Texas Relays and the 880-yarcl race at the Southern Re- lays in Birmingham, Ala. Their best time in the hall'-mile was l:27.li. 'l'he Eagles got the season startecl by setting a new record of 42.4 at the Border Olympics ancl eontinuetl their winning ways at each meet. Both Zabojnik and Smith ran on the H150 quartet that reeorclecl best times of 42.0 ancl 1:26.11 in the two events. league was a 1949 letterman and Lintlsey a Iireshman lirom New York. t.,yf,ib5Q.,,' ' , Qs.. " ' , 7? 4 fl' , ' 1 YY , ', . ' '. was f is "1 ' ,I 1 Q17 , ,X , , W ,4 5 la .. ' y , A Q :A J 1 A X if 1 L 1' is '2 ' " 1' Mk, K A I' 1: fr A 4 2, if Q f 1 f - ' . , fl 1- fs J' , X W . 4, 3. xl 1 ' S '. ' H ,. K , - X i 1 - .,, T f 1 if ' ' 11 A - .4A J 1 3 X 1 , " 'F lc M R' 43 lf' ff 1' A if 1WgP:""""+f'Qs" V 5 'K+-if i ,mi g 2 Wi ,-ix-3? 4 new ,J -- i lf'2'?'F"'5"" ,S . f '15, wax ,ls --3 .. - Q ,wi de- .xxl f ei gi mf ' ,Wu 1 W I' ' y. S ss Conn ry . . . ! . - ei me iss, Q , . a gruelling race over 2. 7-miles ,,. Q.: ,- . .ag V '?'5P?3' . 3322.552 ' at . --1 . ' -s tx . ,t if --zzvsax, , " , , ' , , Q 4 43. 53 i Q ,J 4 Competing in one of the hardest sports in athletics, Coach Pop Noah's distance runners were found daily during the fall semester plod- ding along the 2.7-mile course that circled the NT golf course. E The Eagles won two ol' the five meets they entered during the season, bowing to the Uni- versity oi' Texas twice and once. They defeated Midwestern. 15-40, and Southern Methodist. I2-43. One loss to UT came in a lour-way meet that saw the Eagles finish second ahead of Howard Payne and ACC. 'tt The bright spot of the season was slender Don Edwards, who won liour of the meets and turned in a respectable 133004 for his best time. Gillis lfVythe, Wlillie Lowe, James Stewart. Dwayne Henson and Billy Matthews also enter- ed the meets. Q fi, '1'oP 1.fjI"'I': Tlzeyfn' off! BOTTOM LEFT: lust znzollmr mile lo gn .4HOl'li: The Zlllllllllllf . . . l'jn'wurd.s' BELOW: Well, I just .started worlzing out two days ago . . . N , 0 ,WM A 1 way f 5 f , , SZQ :Rs-fi-, V3 "5 - - as , 1, 5 6 2- ,,,.t,,t,t., x 1 , V f :ft My w s , f. M , to ' . ag, -' egg ,H ak.. " A C9 rg , wr ! i 5 'D . My a . Art, 'Eggs N Q g clndermen prepped gg p ,li ,. f -R th rvwylwuf fall, s - ,Q .af sf ' I 1 - ' ,digg long cold winter Long before the first meet the trackmen start their daily training grind. It is a spring sport on the calendar but the well-conditioned athlete never lets up the year-round. Coach Pop Noah set his thinly-clads to work the first week of the lall semester. All during the long fall and into the cold winter months the Eagles took their daily medicine ol' exercises, trial runs, practice jumps, under and over-distance Work and pacing. Six months of hard work before the season ever begins. Then in February the pace began to quicken. Noah began to bear down. Finally the first meet rolled around with all its nervous tension and excitement. 'llhen those long months ol? conditioning began to pay off. I 5-131: ,J ft, 37 X .L --T'jiI-Q." s w gg' Q 'ffx ' 4' 1' y. ,Mmm M Q xl 1iAGliR l"RliSHlWEN . . . fifllllllllllllg, Wythe and B037fl RICHARD .SMITH LEADS llle puff: as sprinlers lnlfe an early .spring irinl run TIHlIi.S'1i SPRINTERS AND HURDLERS helped llze linglrs In lfring' home nmrf' llmn their slzare nf' t'l111n1p1'm1.sl1ip fmpllles. They ure, lczzeeling, Har- lan Howell, Clmrley Teague, lemme Zllllflplllf and Loyd Lowe. Sinnrlzng, Rlflfmd Smllll. Wulf Lind- ley, llllax lilurlsil, 'l1f'IlSIIIlllI and Pal Ifowlei' t if m . ,www , i fn ii fiswi it s, it A xi 1- A. 2L.4?1f",f i we? W, L - nf' fl f' F, 'we' . ,AK ,W X 'rl , Ln li K ii 'els ' ' .V ' Q A l 91 V' ll ' . t, V if, i f , I x is l i A , tgkzixfv' i H V ik vm gf L. v- A fig, ' g . f gy .fir , , K ff' s .A , , . i M111 I ' yi 7, , A .w ' 1 A 2 i 1" . ti' f ' . gt y 4 i . y wr I Q f . 5 I ' 4 . ts, 9 I . i i .5 ,H vW'N-.sw .W-W.. .. .. tt .HlI.lilfS f1lfX.S'UX and lflzlzwzrfls pour il on . . . Ray l,ur'us trying lo be Il real englf' . . . Lowe, Tl'Ilg'llP and .'.1i11fl.wv flllfll up ilu' Jlllfju' slreiclz. o agl Ctnd rm hauled off honors in several big meets, brewer, grundy in As usual the Eagles had their share of in- dividual stars. As early as mid-season many of the North Texas State cindermen had chalked up marks that stood with the best in the South- west. Bob Grundy leaped 6 feet, 6 inches to grab a place in the tough Texas Relays. Big Jim Brewer heaved the shot 48 feet 6 inches to also T5 1 ' t- , , -Si his A 23 ' -,,', QQ . ,ary ' alaa I ' y ' Q. cf ' t . 4 'E ' . I ' . f flf a amps? gt. -' .gy iu 5 . . gi , f gf V55 'f ' t ni' ' , W -4' r 4 4 . ff' W I -Q. Ll M . wg 437 V IQ 1 H 8 l ""'14"""5 "'a4f'm-.. texas, southern relays earn a place in the big Austin meet. Later at the Southern Relays Brewer hurled it 48 feet, 8 inches, good enough for second place. Broad jumper Howard Fitzhugh almost broke the meet record when he sailed 23 feet, 8151 inches to win that event at the Southwest- ern Recreation affair. Sprinter Charley Teague was another standout. He won the 100-yard dash in two dual meets and placed in two larger affairs. He was clocked twice in 9.5, both times with a wind to his back, however. The mile relay team of Loyd Lowe. Walt Lindsey, Jerome Zabojnik and Teague hit its peak by upsetting Abilene Christian at the Southern Relays. The Eagles took first place with a 3:23. Pole vaulter Ray Lucas captured a first place at the Fort YVorth meet by vaulting l2 feet 6 inches. Miler Don Edwards placed in each meet, including the special mile at the Texas Relays where he took fourth place with a time of 4:27. Quarter-milers jerry Boyd and Gillis VVythe, Sprinters Zabojnik, Lindsey and Richard Smith also placed in several of the meets. ABOVE: Tl1ey're off in Il staggered -I-I0 BELOW: Wythe and Boyd in Il photo finisll l I l t I 1 l I 5 l l , yl 1 I l N r l lt E all l all mu Jl 5 Q l l if l l l l A l M ,. l 5 il il l ll 4 sl fieldmen brewer. fitzhugh. yrundy scored many po ,. 1 11 M -WN X X 12 f f' V- K- ,X-11. , , E Q 145, ,MMXQN1 My X, W f ' Y ' 6,111 1. f wx fs, K, 1, .71 W ww., A 1 XIX, Xi, 1 Q ,WWW Qkfayb ii 29' A 1' Vi'Cf1ig,w,+ , W W 1411: vw A in gs' F? 1 5241 X 1 s 1 .Y , , 11 s Q .14 1 E91 g A 1411 1 14 ', ,W 1 41. K fi 1 1 1.10, ,VVA 1- 1, 1. :Tb 1 , " -1.: - , 1 .1 1 A 1- 1 ' I - ' - 1 V ' L I 1 "" X L ' X 1 1 . 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BELOW: B31sI1111de1's lfnd SIllDf7UI'l' as 61111111131 g0f',s up and 01161 fn ffl 11 . 203 2 fn xx W' 'Irs-a...,,,.,,L V .,,"F"' Q vi ' 5 ' , Q , , , ' V' L ' , fe FE., , ' i' ' .- X .wth ....... ft as . ,U ' . 1 NI ll C acl, Reed and january. Back row-Coach Cobb, Coger. THE 1951 SQUAIJ: Front row-Cranne 1, 1 axwe , om Castloo. Mosel, Bzrclgett, Hiskey and Rogers. ational ham ion .. for two straight seasons, the 1951 eagles stronger than ever, should retain title North Texas States golfers. twice national collegiate champions. stroked their way through a short spring schedule prepping for their big meets. the Southern at the University of Georgia and the National at Ohio State. NVith all four members of the 1950 national collegiate championship loursome back again, the Eagles found little competition among the links squads here in the Southwest. Before the Yucca deadline, the Eagles walked away with the Southwestern Recreation turney at Fort YVorth and won dual meets from the University ol Arkansas, Hardin-Sinr mons. twice, and Trinity: Billy Maxwell. Don january. -Ioe Conrad and L. M. Crannell. the 19511 NCAA title-win- ners sparked the Eagles through early-season campaign along with Claude fllusterl Reed, a member of the 1949 championship foursome. The Eagle linksmen opened the season by grabbing off the first two places at the South- western Recreation tourney. A lfoursome ol Conrad, Maxwell. January and Reed shot a 289. live-over. to win the affair with Conrad's 69 taking the medal. Stan Mosel, Marion Hiskey, Monte Sanders and Maxwell comprised the quartet that wound up second. Another Eagle foursome. Troy Bad- gett, Billy Hill, Benny Castloo and Charlie Rog- ers. finished fourth behind SMU. The following week the Eagles dumped H-SU. 4-2, and Trinity. 6-1. i Maxwell fired a five-under 68 in the second 1 P' H 1 "W-J N 'W H g vw'-,- I V I Q-I .Q 'V ,- V- j g-Q A ., . - : ,Q f , , ggi f' I V i. -7 4 1. vi 1 . 'A .. N 95 i,-P.. , v ' B ' -- ..s. " ,.-V151 1 ' 5, '3 Q s f f fm. 1 1 1 25 . f". 1121 1 , ,, ,L,gw- Q' . ,g Ji . A 6 Q 5 " ji J x X? ,IN tx X - 4 -2 .,. A A - ' M, I , ' jx I f A X? A i X xy N eagles shattered , , ' , 1 k . if ,-Q' V .4 S, g 4 I I if 1 d o o o 'l V ,f d-all-. 1 , ' , g g it F'QCOI' In Ivllllllng j it 5 5' 2nd natlonwl tltle - 1 1 5 ei . . lf fix ll' V -M' ' 7 ' 1 1 X -X , ff .. 5 4 44 S K i , . . V. f J' 1 . 71 he Eagles set a new NCAA record as they 3 5 5 swept their second straight national champion- ' 1 ship in June, 1950 at the University of New S 5 ' Mexico's 6.813-yard course. A y x , K , E ,, ' X, Q ' l 1 . NTSC s crcak foursome ol Billy Maxwell. V.,1,, 5 ff 1- I V- I-V- gf. ,. f QQ ' 'E ,, x '. Joe Conrad, L. M. Crannell and Don Janu- , 5 Wg 1 - P - 1 vrr- 1- ' s' ary fired a three-under-par 513 to smash bv six yerys 4 Q 1 ' I I C kii' "il 'aa aid-,L'mf',i'w, Y? W iirli ffaqgflhlliilc flfl, mfs' ' . , fv , l' fy ivylddynq strokes the standard set in 1948 by San .lose ' if State. . ... Trailing the powerful Eagle aggregation were Purdue, 577, Stanford. 587, and Oklahoma with 599. Wlake Forest. the team that toppled the Eagles in the Southern Intercollegiate in April, 1950, wound up fifth with a 591 total. round of the qualifying play to forge a 141 med- al score, the best effort among the Eagles and good enough for a third place tie among the field. Conrad and Crannell were close behind with 143s. January contributed a 146 to the team total. It was the Eagles fifth trip to the NCAA links tourney, a climb that has been up grade all the way. It was somewhat of a surprise in 1949 when North Texas State, slightly unfa- miliar to eastern and Pacific coast colleges. swept the title. .Si . im' it ., 'R WWMU N' I I COA CH IfRliD COBB. 1'ic'e-presiderzt of the NCAA Golf Coaches Ass0cz'ati0n HERE IS the foursome that won the 1950 mffimml collegiate clmmpionslzip l0lll'llfll.'I6Hl nl AllJ'IIQ'1l6'1'II'Il?,lv. M. Left to right are Billy lllnxzvell, joe C0tm'ad, L. IVI. Crannell and Don jnrzunfry However. it is very probable that in the future the Eagles will be given a great deal of consideration before any talk of pre-tourney fa- vorites is ended. Maxwell was the only Eagle to move past the first round in the match play for the indi- vidual championship. He nipped Wayiie Adams of Nevada. 1 up, on 19 holes. Crannell bowed out to Oklahoma AkM's Bo Vlinninger, 1 up, on 19 holes. Illinois' George Dayiantis blasted January, 4 and 3 and Conrad was nipped by Roy Moe of Sanford. 1 up. Maxwell. who turned out to be the tourna- ments big surprise. paraded to the semi-finals before he bowed out. 3 and 1. to Purdue's Fred Wlampler, the eventual winner. Maxwell disposed of Stanford's John Wal- lace, 4 and 3, the highly-regarded Wlinninger. 3 and 2, and Ben Alyea of UCLA. 3 and 2. Earlier Alyea had upset Wlake Forests Arnold Palmer, twice-medalist and NCAA record- holder. . xf . l X NC i"... . - wipe Af . , Vlivv 9' I 3 . at pg? ,W .X "Q F' -1. s N 1 X . if t Q' X J 35 5 ? t QQ at s t wi nik stf t s X PX J 2+ P 1' Q li SZ Q t , fs ag- 1,13 sf js: 1 1 ' Q' - '.--- 'Q' ,- . :-'f-:- . ' t 'N , ti -' ' f A 1 fs' ' N.. ' ""' ' ' ,fi r W - vi fb' Y, i 574-Av , t K - at , 34?-4' 'F .1 1 ?Q.q.. - , - , 1. 1 H,-4, -- -f ' A iff K 1 X' -.rzflgataifii , gffwrzf J V , j , - . 1 V 1 ' , l1Il,l,X hlAXWl'.l,l, l,11s1r,R R1a1f.11 L. M.LRANN1+,1.1. Eagles ecame Powe in collegiate golfing circles, went three seasons without tasting defeat in dual meet XVhat Notre Dame antl Ariny have beco1ne to the football worlcl, North Texas State is to the collegiate golfing scene. Last year the Eagles swept I4 clual Ill2llCl1CS without clefeat. to run their unbeaten Sllilllg over a three year stretch. 'llhe Eagles also won the Culf Coast Con- ference ancl Southwestern Recreation tourna- nients i11 aclclition to the NCAA and finishecl seconcl in the Southern lmercollegiate. Colleges like Notre Danie, fXr111y, Ohio State anti Michigan felt tl1e full blast ol' the Eagle links111e11 when Coach Fred Cobb took his putters on an eastern tour during the lat- ter part of the 1950 season. As the l95l season rollecl arountl and the Eagles began to Prep for a try at their straight third 11at1onal title. Loach lrretl Cobb bega11 to fintl conipetition scarce. There is no longer any cloubt whatsoever that North Texas has earned its spurs in tl1e golfing world. And with three sophomore let- ICTIIICII o11 the squad plus a l1ost of lJl'0lIllSlllg freshinen, who knows .... 9 Dom ,X1,14,xAN111tR BENN1' flAS'l'l.UU -lm' S11c11aMAk1c1z lr' .ff . ' 5513- X7 1 jf: lf' V 3 ,X 1 . , , ,ie V .f 1' 5? mf , Y' "3 zf iyj fr, .V M f 51 541- W if .230 Q. 1 ,mf , - ,z .ffflf iifxfff ff. ' -, :tw :ij 'qw at 'f K4 -' ,9Ef'?,.'.-'5,'e?i,Ii? ff' .s M H: , W . .a J' ,. -1' .. ' ff' N f 4 045, -, 'V 5,17 C 7 sf : ' X f Aff ffirv Q fi I fy if f 1, nf 1 fa f ff f W Q f y 2 X if Rig Q Z f f 2 'T' f ,we 1 f . ff' Z 'ff ,fy -r gg f K Q lv, jf 1 i Z X I lx , -. 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M1 f,lm'm ffYIt't'IQ!If VIIIIHIIYIIIPIJIIIP uf 1,111- IIIXQU. pat rileg's national golden gloves triumph brightened big season squad won regional, Une national. two state and seven regional Colden Cloves titles plus regional and district championships . . . Victories in two out of three intercollegi- ate matches . . . Quite a record. but . . . North 'llexas States 1951 boxers were quite a team. Pat Riley punched his way to a triumph in the flyweight finals old the national Colden Cloves tourney at Chicago. Lightweight Johnny U'Clee and Riley turned up with crowns at the state CC meet in Fort YVorth. Bantam Dickie Cole. Weltei' Jack Wcmcicl- ruff. Featherweight Baxter Ragsdale. Heavy Bob Cilstrap, Riley and U'Clee captured divis- ion titles as Coach .joe :Xbbey's squad won their lourth consecutive Dallas regional tournament. XVelterweight Jackie Gunter, in order to for eagle mittmeng district championships avoid crossing blows early with Wfoodruff, moved over to Wlichita Falls and won that reg- ional title. Witli collegiate competition hard to find. the Eagles did most of their boxing in the Cold- en Cloves circuit. However, three "Joe College" foes did turn up even though the North Texans had to go to Idaho to find two of them. They downed Southern Idaho College of Education, ESM! to BW. but lost to lclaho Southern College. l-7. after a mixup caused most of the squad to fight over-weight opponents. In their only home appearance the Eagle belters polished off the VVest Texas State Buffa- loes, taking eight of the nine bouts. Micldleweights Tom Davis and Mat Clune. Flyweight Arthur Tidwell. and Heavyweight George Benz competed in several matches under the Green and VVhite colors. li.'1X'l'l'QR lfflG.SlJ.fll,l'f. in Ihr' jzfmlo on llm lrfll, and ql11f'!: llhmltltfl, on lln' riglll, fum! lrlling lzlows' during ilu' lInHf1.s rcgfminl fiifllllfll filorwas mmf! JOHNNY cJ,GLPlF -Ifxtzk XfVooDRUFF PM' Riri-xx' Dickii Cori Ljglziwyjglyl II'g'lN'r1UCigl1f Flyulelgfll Bflllfflllltuelgflf riley copped six bouts by decisions to win title: won final matches with injured hand Riley. a 24-year-old ex-marine from Dallas who entered North Texas State as a freshman in September punched his way through six tough bouts to win the national Colden Gloves fly- weight championship at Chicago. The tall, slender ll2-pounder out- classed the nations top amateurs to capture one of boxing's most coveted titles. Lacking a knockout punch. the stout-hearted Irishman out-pointed all his opposition in sweeping the title. Wllat most fans didn't know was that Riley won both of his final match- es practically one handed. Two weeks earlier in the opening matches, he re- ceived a bad bruise that rendered his left hand almost punchless. Nevertheless, Riley put determina- tion before the pain and returned to Chicago to out-point his two final op- ponents and become the first Texan since l945 to capture a national Cold- en Cloves title. O'Clee, after going to the finals of the 1950 tournament, bowed out in his second fight on the meet. It was the third straight trip to Chicago for the classy Dallas southpaw. Rll .lflv .S"l'.t1fiGlflf.S' pINU'l'ffl'flf Ul'1'ONl'Nl tullllf ull fllx UNITY In .s'I1l1'f' lliflf' III lforl lliflliffl lilotfrdt lollrl Boxing . . . action in texas golden glovesg o'glee, rileg ..,, .-.W K, ': uv" X ni-ff Qgrzww' 35,44 rs' f- 'A , won - f.fwM , ' 1 W ,. IOIIXXY O'lil,l'fI'f IMIXIJS um' Hvgflf nn ilu' lmiimz :Ls ln' 'gum nflm' lflllfl .xlrllw fQlm'f'.s lfllf. leather flew daily as eagle boxers under expert tutelage found their first home in men's gym under full college .sponsorship 11- H- 'Na I 1 oXm,1x ll.Xl.!x Cm. HR ffilflfll U'Cil,lil', ,IILAIIN . . . INIIMYI. nvlflw In HW. l,igl11'zu1'igl1l 2 , s 1? , ,, 'f ,, "qw , If f copped crowns fr- ' 1, 2 dw , M4,,,Wg.,v xx:-if, Qvk Q, ,ig , A. is MW Q wf Q www NSY I Wy, ,A N 1 1 Ns'-5 rib-aw 51,055 , 9 , x ntramu Athletes . . enjoyed big gear although football was droppedg eyelones won basketball title from large field Intramural athletes had a big year al North 'lexas during the 50-5l year although the col- leges building program forced football Olll of the picture temporarily. Nlorc than 30 teams participated in the basketball championship race and as the Yucca went to press, many eds were competing in track. volleyball. tennis. horseshoes and solit ball. XVith the new education building being erected on the old lootball practice lield, the grid sport was dropped this year but Pop Noah, intramurals director, later announced the new fields being leveled would provide plenty ol room lor the next year. So basketball hogged the spotlight as com- petition in lour leagues kept new Mens gym busy three nights ol the week. VVhen the final smoke had cleared. the Falcons had won League l. the Cyclones triumphed in League ll. the l',tl.S"l' ,lI,"lllUX ,AIS 'l'lll'Q ffl'C,'l,U,Yl'Q.S' .IND UTU- l'l,sl.Y.N' l!ll.XfI in r'f1un1f2ior1sf1ij7 KQIIIIII' Utopian Apts. captured the hunting in League lll and the Has Beens took the League IV crown. The four loop champions competed in a playoff for the all-college championship and the Cyclones whipped the Utopian Apts. in the liinal tilt for the title. ln the third place play- off, the Has Beens edged the Falcons. Members of the champion Cyclone quintet were Ed Schwartz, John Garrity, Kenneth Gib- son, James McCrea, Hugh Bettis, Bunny Greer. Sain Maglitto, Charley Norton, Davis Lowe and Coaches Ray 'llhurmond and Ed Cassini. The runner-up Utopian aggregation was composed of Darrell Freeman, Charley Hull. C. Hopkins, Bill Grisham, Joe Jack Gantt. Berkley Barnard, Cecil Crawley, Burt Gantt and Jack Shirley. MEMISICRS OF THIS UTOPIAN QUINTET, be- low, ttierr: Sflllldhlg, ul. Gantt, Hrzruard. Crawley, B. Gun!! and Slfirley. lirzcelirlg, I"reen1fn1, Hull, Hopkins and Grislmm ntramurals . . In addition to coaching the track team and teaching physical education classes. Pop Noah also directed North Texas' intramural program. Handicapped by the lack of an adequate physical plant, the tireless Eagle coach used every means possible to give NT eds a well- rounded program. Lending plenty of help in planning and directing the intramural slate of activities were Herb Marvel, Loyd Lowe and James Taylor, coaches-to-be, who did a commendable job of running off the schedules. When the new Mens gym opened, the in- tramural cagers moved in and took over on three nights a week. Since the old practice field became the site of the new education build- ing, football and softball suffered from the lack of space. However, a fraternity softball league was organized and played on the Denton city park diamond. In spite of the handicaps, the intramural program more than reached its goal of partici- pation, friendship, exercise, and entertaiimient. T--.-n..a.wgm MliMHli1iS Ol" Tllli CXH.-IMPlU,N' CIl'l,'l,UNl Stflllllfj Stzlzzflirlg. Tlfznnmzzrl, Sfllltlllffi, liurrilry, Hill xml, 1lfI1'Cn'u, and fff1.x.s1'1zi. lX'lII'f'fliII.Q, Xmsfmz. 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Active North Texas coeds find lertile ground for their athletic talents in the VVRA. Under the sponsorship of Miss Rita Pilkev ol the Physical Education faculty, the recreation group conducts l2 activities. SA! af T f , W l if Ee' 'QNX qs- , 1 t I V , .5 .. wwf- . , six. ,...-, z --1 af, 'fuel '.- fi t 1-I , , .tw is- is-, -- 1 .W - .4 ' ui. .. Mew "sf .1 1-ur an -,t wg 4 A-sw. ,. ' f'ii'?l,p1,lu president anne bays guided broad wra programg independents won basketball, volleyball titles The YVRA, a vast and well-organized associ- ation. plans and directs all intramural sporting and recreational activities for women. Anne Hays served as president during the l950-51 year. The other officers were Patsy Huber. vice-president. Mary Sue Baker. Secre- tary, VVilma Faye Johnson, publicist. and Talou Balch, reporter. The WRA program is directed by sports managers and club presidents, with each super- vising a sport or activity. These managers are: Volleyball. Frances fliabeb Joyce: Field Hock- ey, Mildred Marsh: Basketball. Audrey Honey' Tennis. Nancy Armour: and Solitball. .lo Mc- TS millan. The club presidents were: Archery. Bev- erly Ball: Bowling, Virginia Dunn: Badminton, Beverly Ball: Modern Dance, L. D. Sparkman: Square Dance, Tom Lindsey: Tumbling, -Ia- nelle Roberson: Fencing. Janet Thigpin: Boots and Saddles. Gloria Pace: Los Caballeros. Clyde Hinson: Outing. Louise Ylfoniack. VVRXS basketball and volleyball champ- ionships were won by the Independents. Nancy Arinour won the tennis singles championship and teamed with Martha Holmes to cop the doubles crown. 1 - t - , -w, f r .-gr ,- .sh NORTH TEX,-XS STATE has never been as widely :tc- clairneti for anything more than for the high caliber of aczulernic offerings that it IJOSSCSSCS. ,xv 1 . S'l'l'DEN'1'5 REALIZE Q to that this places upon thenr K 21 responsibility to achieve zrnrl nraintain good scholastic - ratings. A-Ns a result of this. A ,pa , 7 of nmnv students receiving their pre-professional train- ,- ing here have gone on to I 1 .QQ other graduate schools and received NO'I'E'WORTHY If ' ACCL.-XIM. t iv i 3 f .155 ' M X v 'J f -2 It , " N if , .9 i Q if 1 ii U' v X Q Q ' ,Q v i i X ii I i I ., t , if 4 P it 1,1 . . t fd t 1 W Y k' . i Y i U cp. N! 0 Xi , Q LJ 69 C-U si nl 5'5.""'-': if W Wi 'SW ,W W W W :W WWW W f 1 W 5 . W W W W 1 W W W W W W W W 'T , 4' W W W W W W WW , , WV We r W , W , I ll W ff WW WW W W1 W I, W ' B W W W W W W W W 5 W W W W W W W W WW W W , W 4 1 g W W WW W WW WK V I . If, -1572215 fl .4E!4!9'6?fg, " 6153? V as ai, f 'lk 'C I 'Ein I Y ,' W ' , 2:46 ,W , ,f X re W f X X , y X ,, , -1 W ' . ' ff 5 ,,f N 1' is-X W f V WT Xxjxx , . ' W W W 5 91: A r ,v xduii V XXX? ff 1 X WM XX X NL!! X J fl W? X V WX I x W K7 of f' I .M .ff I W W -2 , f I , X Pie, Q ' f--evmw ' A , M f f , as . -,,..!5,-,Q 2"- 'EYW5' 5. Sitting for lzis last YUCCA picture as President, Dr. W. I. Mc- Connell well may smile in satisfaction for the tremendous ad- 1lCl7'l,C67I'l677I that North Texas State has made during his tenure in office. our greatest builder . . . through seventeen eventful years as teacher and administrator D 1 M l'OlN'l1l.X'f2 'l'Ull'qIlZl1 THIC l"L"l'Lf'R1i, lJl'l!.5'IitlI'Ilf 11'. I. Mt'- lfonfzell 1'11c!ic'ule.s the zzezut-'sl fl'flfllHf.S of Mrfrzfs Gym In Mary .llice filllifftff and lim Wlzite One of North Texas' favorite sons this year steps down as President of the College. Looking back over his seventeen-year guidance of one of the finest state colleges in the nation, there is much that Dr. YV. McConnell may find as a source of pride in a job well-done. Attending North Texas State Normal Col- lege for much of his undergraduate work, he received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Denver and his Ph.D. from Col- umbia University. A typical American success story character, Dr. McConnell joined the faculty in 1916 as an Associate Professor in 1Vlathematics. Three years later he became Director of the Depart- ment of Economics. The Deanship of Admin- istration was offered him in 1923 and he be- came President of the College following the death of Dr. R. I... Marquis in 1934. His first great change in the College oc- curred in 1948 when the school was reorganized into one College and five Schools. During this time the name was changed again, to North Texas State College, and given its own Board of Regents by the Texas legislature. Creat strides were made in enrollment during Dr. 1VlcConnel1's term in office, as the student population increased from a 1760 total in 193-1 to 6,008 during the peak year 1950. Interested not only in expansion of the physical plant, but also in the academic growth of the school, Dr. McConnell increased the faculty from 13-fl persons in 1934 to near 400 in 1951. with almost twenty-five per cent of these hold- ing the doctrate. Most readily discernable is the tremen- dous physical growth during his administra- tion - over 599,000,000 in new construction over his seventeen-year reign. Certainly the stamp of the dynamic vision of NV. McConnell shall long remain upon North Texas State. BOARD OF RECILNTS: H. ALLISON, ll'if'!1tl11 lflflllx, 5. A. KIQRR, R., fiflllfllf' tI'1'r'f'-lIl1111'1'n11111Q, R. H. MONTGOMERY, llIl'XI'lI, HILN H. XtVOCYl'liN. 111111118 Cl,'l1f11'rf1111r1j, GRACE XV. CARWIRYVRIGHT, ll,6'llf!lf'1ifO1'ff. EDVVARD D. NORNHQNT, l'r1ri.s, CHARLES R. NlcCIR,XlJY, li'f1.x'11l1f1r'l1ie, GEORGE 13. 1C1XCl,lf, Iforl l1'orfl1. No! pic!urecl-Cl-IARLILS l. FRANCIS, lIo11.s'Io11 ,ff 52 vw 'af -' was-L in cf., N. 1. if i53i2?Q ' 1:- rf .., 3f.j!fiE74A, 'L 'Li-"' 'f .. .f. Qls X is I I: , , , 4911, 'QNIAMIN B. llixkkl. 1161111 of ,ftfllllilllaflIlffllll Ilffllll of the College of flrls and .S'ffef1f'e.s' Nothing better describes Dr. Harris than for one to say that he is a true gentleman and scholar. with a scientific flair as an added credit. ln his .job as Dean of Administration, Dr. Harris finds himself the principal counselor for any and all of the students who care to seek experi- enced advice. Dr. Harris came to NTSC in 1916 as an in- structor in .Xgriculture and Biology, becoming director of the Biology Department in 1924. Following administrative reorganization in 19116, he was named Dean of :Xdministration and Dean of the College of .Xrts and Sciences. His is one of the more crowded offices on the campus. as students wait to confer with him about many problems pertaining to the actual management of student life. X 1 sf wx- Ifxmris C. ATA'I"I'Hl-ZXVS PresidenI-Elec! of the College lleun of llze School of liclzttutimz 1'lift'-IJl'l'.Sfffl'IIf of lite College In this. his second year as Vice-President of the College, Dr. Matthews has reached the top rung of the ladder of success at North Texas. He has been elevated to the office of President, and will take office in the fall of this year. The steps in this ladder go back to his col- lege days, when Dr. Matthews was a student here at NTSC. His schooling led him into public school work, which he followed for several years. After serving for a time as Deputy State Supervisor of Education, Dr. Matthews returned to his alma mater. eventually becoming Dean of the School of Education. Under the reorganization of the school in 1948, Dr. Matthews became the initial Vice-Presi- dent of the College. Now he is destined to become the first alumnus President of the College. Wm W VU- 4'??TZ'1w E -nnrvw Wm W H Zvi' N ff? ff as- J. xi gi. Q .,b ' -4 alt'- 5735 -. if an if ifzfvffq ' flier its 1 IEf'9' 'K INIOILIQNIV lil'N'l'l.lf1Y lhwnlfd llWnnen lt has been said by learned men for many years that women are the true bosses of men. but very few have conceded that a woman could actu- ally help run the affairs of other women. Dr. Imogene Bentley is a woman who is worthy of such a concession, for she truly is an aid in the affairs of almost 2000 women, the female students of NTSC. During her more than eight-hour work day. Dr. Bentley's office is constantly open to the wom- en of the campus who come asking for special permission or bringing special problems. The efficient dispatch with which the trials and tribu- lations which North Texas women acquire from time to time is handled by the office of the Dean of Woiiieii is absolutely amazing to the casual observer. Dr. Bentley came to North Texas in ISH3 as an Associate Professor of English. and assumed her present duties the following year. . ,- -YY eg Tffffkr xVIl.l.I.'XNl CL. XX'ot ms Ihwnlfd dlrn Smiling, understanding. congenial - these are zlpl descriptive terms for VVilliam U. Wloods. upon whose shoulders is placed the welfare of over 2000 male students. In his smiling, informal way, Dean VVoods is able to cope with the largest problems which may arise from any one of his charges. His of- ficial duties prescribe that he assist in mapping out the social program for the College, plus giv- ing counsel on non-academic matters. A former North 'liexas student, Dean VVoods has served on the regular faculty since l0f37. His tenure as Dean of Men began in 1048, which makes him a comparative youngster to the headaches of college administration. ,,.,.f-f' ffm 2 ,Q . pl' . xifx X s Y sgpg gag g X535 PT" .,,, if ,gg Q s , ' E71 .CW 'f::-'TQ ' f x! I 4 x fsiffpfhieis 2 w X 1 X N Xxx . M X Roisuur H. CA1.nwiQ1-1. l2iVERE'll'l' H. 1fARR1Nc'1'oN Dixie Born Buszness illanuger Director of Placemerzts' Comp!roller-Treuszlrm adm 'nistrato ,Xi,11.x lillillilli ffri"QI.Sfl'l1lA x,,,f As North Texas has grown, so have the re- sponsibilities and activities of the large group of persons who serve the students in an administra- tive capacity. Beyond the view of the average student, the complex services are rendered which make our residence and attendance in college easy and without hardship. Each administrator, in his own situation as well as when united with others on campus-wide activities, meets student problems of the day with the smooth, business- like dispatch which indicates competence and a job well-done. HARLHLIJ FARMER Ammigw B. SXVIENSON Director of the Slzldeni Union lizrecfnr of Trfzdirzg Pos! iwsdsqqyqgwmfmkf ww 4 wtwmtywmwhmm awww 'QS' ZOU AIKIN Assistant Recorder LOUISE ANDERSON Sect., Dean of Women ALBERTINA BALSMEIR Diet., Student Union Building SADIE KATIC BASS Director Down. Food Service E GLADAS BATES 1 V Assistant Registrar , le' -V' ,gg LICTITIA QASTEEL Diet., Legelt Halls fe S. VV, A K KIAINE ANN CATON ' Floating Diet. 'I . , GEORGIA COLLINS Sect., Dean of Men f"""x HILDA CLINNINGHAM Sed., Graduate School M!! e-If' W fwff W M ks! I ff' I fvlfk f X N N A N ...A SI X MSN s. "hi mi IIILLIAN B. FOSTER why... Diel., Oak St. Hall QI. D. HAI.L Di reclor, College Press CQLADYS HARIUX' Regislrarfs Offiee l.. O. HAYES Pliysirian KATIIQ HENLPQ3' Seri. to Presiilen! AYILLYN I1OHI'lR'l'Z Diel., Chilton Hall . B P3 N N I E H 0 LL If Y ,f J.. D Diet., M aiquis Hall if "All' I 'Z A Q HIQIIQN V. IOHNSUN Has. Mgr. Offife jf, ZONI1I,I.If IONIQS 1.'.'.. ll H os ilal DIARY T. KLIHNLI3 iw 'M nu Diet.. Hrzire Hall 'IACR LIa:GcI:'I'T Assistant ai Trading Pos! DIIDIL BlCCl.OlID News -SVf'T7'lf'f' IQUBICRT AICCLUIID Sporls Piilieify ANIY MORRIS Hospital ELEANOR R. NP1Al.Pl Seri. to Regisirar XVI LM A POXVFLL I-I osjnlal BIc'I"I'IIi PRIDDY Cori. M Exf. Division INLZ RAY Asst. fo Dean of Adm. YVAIIIJNP1 STARR Seri., Plaeeineni Offiee LDIDNA TIIRPIQN Trading Post IZDITH VVAIRFR Recorder 221 Student government at North 'Iiexas peren- nially faces the frustrating question oi' where its authority lies - those questions it legally may consider. and those that lie beyond the realm of student voice. This year, no less than as in former years, much time at the start ol' the new Senate year was devoted to defining the Senate's realm ol' responsibility. Sharpening their claws on the Yutitzfx editor. neophyte dehate gladiators attempted to force change in editorial policy through two heated and stormy sessions. .-Ks the banner headline in the Cmrzjms Clmf put it: "Yearbook Beauty Section Survives 'Iiwo Senate Moves To Ilan Loveliesn. Always precise in defining the line art ol arbitrary chair rule, the legislators "haggled" over house rules and by-laws through manyimeetings. 'lihat old political liootball. "Flock Here" reared its ugly head several times during the year. Final- ly, alter insistent prodding by the campus news- paper, the "'Flock Here" Committee returned recommendations lor a coordinated student boy- cott oi' local theaters after repeated conferences had failed to produce a reduction in ticket prices. In a cleverly-worded referendum ballot, requiring two-thirds of the entire student body to cast af- firmative votes to boycott. the resolution failed. Other Senate actions included a Faculty Rating System. attempted impeachments. a 35450 bird cage lor Scrappy. traffic regulation. and tie corsage question. nlted Stud nt of or h Tex .. it X ilu uni Ili 1 in s Rui, Ili AIR 'IVAN SMITH 1 1 1 nl 1 'l'rfv1.m1'r'r Sfr'r1'lf1ry 0 ' N fm x 't' Q 'lio those who would criticize stu- yj 'e L ,ff dent government during this year IQFJU- tx ' f Fil, it inust be shown that executive lead- 2 1 ', ership was rather handicapped. i I I The elected Vice-President, Glynn --1 St. Clair was called into naval service in :,l August and was never sworn into olffice. '-- 1 Bill Mackey was elected Vice-President, rf stepped up to the Presidency when Jess i Brown resigned, and was called into the navy himself. Mary VValker was then elected President from the Senate floor and Tonnny Hughes became Senate chairman. NIARY XVALKI-TR Uni Nlfxcziti-ir Sprfrzg I'rfsirif'r1l ,IIHIIIIVY l,J'l'.W'fll'llf in heated unords and torrid verbal battles the student voice blends divergent eampwe opinions into coordinated delnoeratie awftion 'l'lll'f IVHII' H,A1NlJul lfl1'S1'1lrll1' is lfl1'l'f.x'ff1'lllfrrf' l,'mnn11'Ilr'f'. 'l'l11fx rmfznzlillwf' IIHIIIIQICX Ill!-ff'Ilfill.S nf ,S'f'm1ff' .'il'.S.SlUl1.X, f1Pfl'l'IIIl'lI6'.S jynliry and jimfzffllln' um! is rz'sf1rn1x1'l1Ir' for lim fuizrlzlrl of ilu' Swzifilw. l'irl:1n'z! hrffm' fm' 'l'mn:ny llllIKQfll'.N, i f Y I lllfk ilfzzrrrzv, .flfltlry ll nlfrffr, hill Imlnir and Pell' llfu1.w'mn. 4 5, I .r f 5l...,g1gw3 - 7 V- I Mn W s- ' -, i . t . f , , , , ' Th tt W, lt it T3 U lm 1 X ,, . 1 N M..-.Q r A x Q X . l Epi . ,, igzfggxs. WM -4' 1 Mr we Du In Iilsxczruvxfyl, PIi'l'lf. H ,wsczmm HUB K,wFMAN AIAURICE MCLAIN "t . . . or the fourth session :yr N-...ev t e voice of the student body sat in legislative "H A"' 'XX 0 0 0 ALVIN TYILR ,lov llUBlCR'I'5ON The Stud nt Senate ' N Fr' .lm ,Xm1,lsx' .Xl,lfRl',D lniucmn li. S. ELLIS, jk. TOMMY I-IUGHFS lbukls NllzYl',R llwa MuN'1'Acpl1ro 13111. Bona l31c'1"1'Y COPIQLAND ff f1"bW,, :H 5' U f X N 1 ff, ,ZZ f .,.., jf . ,f Q A x A M, ,, 25 ff ,,.,,i 'Jw '- 5 1, - . ' , v 5, .ff--. .. X -. 4 y 2 f 421, ,.,. i f -'- - W M V Mm is Q ,--ff o :Q e o ni A . me A , W'w,'f,f Q K n"Wzzfllia,f,,k , 5 ' 047902 Nw, . Q 1 'g Q--f'fY . f Q . ,, ,, ,gy ,J , J fl Q vi givff 12. . uid: V 994 04,1 I. W 'Mft' ,' L 533' if , -X 'I xp' . , ,.f 3 x I DICK HARRIS PATSY Sui LYI,Iis llIl,I, R,x'II,IIfIf NIAIQY XX'txI,ItIfIa , si Zf, 7: y yfwtf' I ix PIIx'I.I.Is CRAIN KIIIIIN l,. Dtxvls TIIIYRSIIIN l'lfLfLI,lf,S'lkUN l'IfIar:x' llI'NlC Heated Ilebzttes lollowetl upon the heels oi heated debates as Senators representing every elenlent of the school population Inet each 'lluesclay night in Rooln D-the Senate Cl12llNlJCl' to cliseuss issues vital to every stutlent on eznn- pus. I-Xt tunes emnpletely thwartetl by Crafty IJ2ll'llZ1IllCHl2ll'y prueetlure, :It other tunes Cmn- pletely out of control in vitriolie verbal bat- tles. the Senate Heussetl anal tliseussetl' lll2lllCl'S llffllll 'flnrmcl Mzlnners lfVeek" to the highly con- tmve1'si11l thezttel' lmyeu ll. In between times the illustrious eolleztgues lnuntl time toiIItI'utlI1eesIIelI IIIotioIIs as . . tu request the eclitm' ul' the YIIc:c1.x to ine lutle 'I l'zIvoI'ite SCCllOl1.H On roll cull vote this was tleleatecl Hi-5. may I . 'Wx I N LI-LUNARII XVIII-:Its ljltlli NlClhl.Xl'IAN Nl'l,l, lillczk ISIIXNII Clkunxl DMN IJAVIS Nuluux liI,I,Is I PI IIIt.IuIxx f:I4R.XI In XX xtltlcs Iitxty - V We I 1,1 vl ,A W I, W 4'Z'fi' se fig X Q I nik fxiilf sl f fl f A WSF w t' 353M:4Iv,.:s.': s t J ' 0 testud tcour ... 'llhere has long existecl a neetl lor the establishment ol a court In arbitrate in stutlent allairs. lVith a legislative botly enipoweretl through the Constitution ol' the llnitetl Stuclents oli North Texas State College to make tlecisions antl to create anal establish policy in matters allecting all stutlents on campus the necessity has grown lor a counter- balance in stutlent government power. l'nneeclecl throughout the lirst seven months ol this school year. the Clourt was quickly lillecl when runiors spreacl over campus that inipeachnient proceeclings might be institgatecl. .Ns election lever about spring executive campaigns ntountecl, Court Justices again clon- necl their robes. but by Yuczcnx press-tinie, no eases hail been brought to Court. Sitting with Chiel Justice -lint XVhite. in anticipation at least. were fXssociate justices Klan Downing. Donald Hatch. Richarcl Har- grove antl Curtis Ranisev. Fall appointnients were Bill Crane, George Davis. Natalie Hannnack. ancl Chieli Justice Paul Hackett. USN'l' Attorney-CLeneral was Bob Nobles. 1 Siflllillff' Illsiteff Iylllllfllflg, fflfiwf Illxlief' ll'l1il1'. .l,sxo1'i1lie l11.sif1'1'1' Hllfllll. STJXDINI llllfl lfIlllISt'Y f by 3, VV R H . . A 3 ,K wsu .vw-vig " I 7 5 ',,,,,, ,gdlivzza ,, , w wg -, ,Mu-1 A jpyvg ., ,. . , asdimwv-aww-fy'-M-fy-mwffa my-a-qw...m..-t4wWM s .,,4v,..,. ,,,. ... 4--9-s.-wWf..,.,,., Wh, M.-.fi-.....,. ,w.,,H,. iuharywm. ...M , f,..4z..t..L.W V -mu-ww-...... ., , -... , t.., , l l , t , , -1-sgi it ga g, l - - ' rs" Hwfvwwumy l?lll -'-'--Y--Q'----nv-sung -I -H--...H-4...-..... iw fit S . , b e , V sf' 3, A is ,, is , - gs V-Q., , as s - qi, 2 f aa if 1 If 3, ,Q t mv, jigggwl 3 ft '70 if ' , Wa. M 1 it 1 ' X3 1 X iff ff gg? , t if is vi ..... I 1 ,35 R aj! 1. 1, , MW. f ..-.aa - X Q - .W X, 4' M ,,,, . Q-M--Q--.W , 4 X -W'-vnu rl 1' ,vm , f .. , ,. .. 1 5, gn., lf 5 xiii ' , tal ,Q ew-,. 1 'TUIIIHIN Leefll, Pr1'sf1'1I11 L.1'Burm1, Hefty AI1'Cm111ell, Iljlllllly Illllflllljt, ,0l'1fIll',t't"X, lljllllflllll lVourl.s e ect 'on board The hardest position in student government work at North Texas State College, and the one with the least glamor attached is that ol' being a member of the Election Board. However, their work not only must be completely honest and accurate. but must be done under great political and time pressure. Theirs is the task of determining eligibility from USNT Constitution requirements. selecting the order of candidates names, compiling the ballot. having it printed. arranging the polls according to constantly changing election rules. conducting the actual election. counting votes and qualifying or disqualifying candidates. and then announcing the results to a distraught and tense student populace. Then all too frequently they must defend their an- nouncement before the Student Court amid cries of "foul" and "re- count", Assisting Chairman Johnnie Murphy in addition to the above named and pictured members was Bill Joines. 227 .4lQn. fi. . 'VN 10 UK 'W' WN 22 FIRST ROW: lean Smith. Pat Harrison. Mary jo Murphy, Barbara Braclsliaw. SECOND ROW: Martha Miller. Shirley Reynolds Donna O'lDaniel, Grace Stranger. THIRD ROXV: Virginia Coffee, llilllltlll XVe:1ver. lililaheth Hall wom nfs' foru oun il . . . VVomen's Forum Council is the governing bocly of the VVomen's Forum, which includes in its membership every girl on the campus. This organization helps direct the social life and raise the standards of the campus. Council members are elected by the girls from the four college classes. Activities include a Thanksgiving and a Valentine lea for campus girls. an all-college Christmas Dance, Dutch Week. Spring Style Show, and the May Fete. Officers were Pat Harrison, President: Barbara Bradshaw. Vice- President: jean Smith, Secretary: and Mary jo Murphy. Reporter. K T. Fouls, I'iff'-1JP'K.5'fl16IIf,' Gerry Miller, 'l'1'1'1l.s'11rm',' Shirlie Murphy, Sec' retu1'y,' Emery Kennedy, Prwiclezzt . . . radua te c ss officers 2 2 KU s nior lass of ice . . . C.411'olx'l1 BHJWII. Sf'c'r.'lury,' Pnl Sewell, l'r'f'.s'i1lw1l,' Bill - 1 .,. l.g1wl1m1l1. I zu l'n'snl1'nf' 11110 Plnwclw lrmszzny fi' M552 Yan-ix 7 5 L I i E r I E l I l 4 w I s J 4 W 5 KI v V 1 N! fl i, iw I i 1 I 2 Q FY S L- 4 ,. i 1 , Donald XVll1kCl'. I'ffl'-PI'f'.S'l.llf'llf,' Bcvcrly Courts, 'l'rf'u.x- ref: Nancy iX1'll1Ol', Sec'r'efurqy,' Bob Nobles. Pr'e sidf'11! . . junior c ass 555559956 2 ophomore class officers . . Ray RCI1fl'0. IJl'l'.N'I'Ilf'IIf,' Ba1'ba1'a Vernon, Sf'r r'Htu ry-T reu 5- 11rf'1',' -Ilifk XVuucl1'llll. f'1'l'H-Prff5if1f' l1f v i V , 1. 1'-L . S5 :,- fp- in 4 5' , S , Q 'IV Q 4' 5 N-'04 I ix " ,f f ff, , aff If , x Si W , ff y1fa,m...,,.qMM, i 'dm 41' 'MQW W-vwrvswqans 1 4 Janelle PZIUCYSOII, S6'Cl't'f1lV'YV,' Mz11'Ll1z1 NIZIIUIIC. '1'1'f'r1.s'111'mj,' Morton Arledge, Vice-Preszfdenh Mike Harms, Pmsiflevzt , 0 . . reshman class officers Q y K x ww, 'Nw A ""'m0,.N a ww mags K tm M. w-1-wfwvny-N file -gi .PM N.-.N ,W , ., , Zi ,Q 4 Q Q12 ,ft .G WM '95 - ii x x A " w yy, . A f NX I wx XX W ww 'f Q H, f f, yr, Say fff Dean of the Graduate School Dmeeroi of the Department of Economies X32 5 wfvtefzyififgy N f I' 9 X5 ? f ,Z 5 we , , Lack OHNSON, B.S., MA., PH.D. ' xy 0 ,Nr A .-""' The Graduate School is an advanced division of North Texas State College established to provide the opportunity for advanced study to those students who wish to become candidates for the Masters degree, those who. having taken the Bachelors degree. wish to broaden their education without reference to the higher degree, and those Qbe- ginning this yearj who may wish to become candidates for the Doc- torate in either the School of Education or Music. Varied and constantly expanding facilities are provided for those engaged in graduate study and research. Grants from industrial con- cerns are available from year to year for those engaged in certain areas of scientific investigation. The School of Education offers provisions for study in its own laboratory school, together with public schools in the county. The Schools of Business Administration, Home Economics. and Music, as well as the College of Arts and Sciences, continue to facilitate graduate study by their many unique opportunities. All di- visions of the Graduate School draw heavily upon the tremendous re- sources of the College Library, in addition to smaller more specialized libraries within each School and College. Z 4 ,Se ' s fax N I ,X KW J f 0 """-ssx l Q We " v ,gt I A X . Al ts s mz:Z,..L-- 2 t e raduate school 'l'HE GRADUATE COUNCIL shapes the general program and policies ol' the Graduate School. It is through this council that the new Doctrate programs have been developed, and through the Office ol the Dean ol' the Graduate School that they will be administered. Mem- bership ol' the Council includes Dr. .lack johnson, Dean oi' the Gradu- ate School: Dr. A. Witt Blair, Director of the Department of Educa- tion and Psychology: Dr. L. Carrico, Director of the Department oi' Chemistry: Dr. O. Curry, Dean ol the School of Business Administra- tion: Dr. VV. H. Hodgson, Dean of the School of Music: Dr. Sam B. Mc- Alister. Director of the Department of Government: Dr. James C. Mat- thews, Dean ol the School of Education and Vice-President of the Col- lege: Dr. L. W. Newton, Director of the Department of Historyg Dr. A. M. Sampley, Director of the Librariesg Dr. Florence Scoular, Dean of the School of Home Economics: and Dr. Cora Stafford. Director ol' the Department of Art, EX-officio members are Dr. W. McConnell, President of the College: Dr. B. B. Harris, Dean of Administration and Dean of the College oi' Arts and Sciences: Dr. Alex Dickie, Regis- trarg and Hilda Cunningham, Secretary to Dr. Johnson. fl OfIKII'l.S'l'f IVROM BOTTOM C,'lCNTliIi: Hodgsmz, Sunzpley, .S'l11I'jom', fl11H'i.S, IJ1'1'lcfe, Illflfmzlzffll. lnnlro, Mfzlfllezus, Czzrry, Nezulmz, llluir, Sl'UlllflI', CIIIIIII-Ilglllllll, .lUfllI.S'fllI I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I I E, I .M gi W, ga ,f M N , I, .II It II I I I ,I I II 1 4575 g,...fA. w ,pun 3 43 9 ' ' A W1 1 all ,"'5?3, gf' -7 - fi T '- .ff mfs W 4 'gay kgs'-t ,yi f - vi 2.11655 ff ., -, 1 11 N aw Mas, J , V D .1 ., , .. 1 as X ' ' ' ' :e-Malay? ...W ...yi , K. ., ,.. ,VA ,. .. :.:Af.t.l? KW W ff: ff Q ' . ff" .M X.. N 4 5 Wx ' XRXISIRONK'-. .Xl rlx l'll'K-l',XlC lalearne lnclustrial .Xrts Cllubg Manage- ment Club. .XllSI'lN. CLARA San Angelo NICfll'2lCli6I1 Cllllj. B.-XNlS'lIiR, jaeit W. Paris Paris Club, Pres.. '-lil: Beta Beta Beta, Pres., '50-'Sly Pl1i Delta "I'heta. B.xrs1sTER, Ltwt-1N1.1 Brcowx Paris .-X.C.E.3 Pi Omega Pi. Bt,Ac1uvuLL, DALF. Aledo 'liarleton Club: Kappa Pi Omegag Hist.. '50-'5l: Psi Cl1i. Treas.. '50-'5l: NIIlllZlgClHCDl Club: Teaching Fellow. '50-'5l3 Graduate Senator '50-'5l3 lnterf national Relations Club. ISR.-ximifoiua, ulouxxr P.-Xl'l. Fort Xvflflll Bkoolts, Lrxx Carrollton afflif' .,.v. ,fit ffm 4 ff- ' "4" Z Y I . 1 '-N 4- . Buowx. jttsst, Cl. Hamilton Ctmxu, Dolus lofts tx11lx11 , . ,U CRAVICNS, H. I.., IR. Blounwooxl Blll.l.Of.K, l'il'f.l1NIi D. Seattle. Wash. lltrls. Crotuztz Nl, o t Hot Nlcflrackell Club: .Xlpha l.a111l1- Ax-po.. M" N' MN N 'lf' Slgmfl- RCPH if-'03 I-V-C-IW Ciricltllei l'SN'l' I1 Stnitoi f'l'5mfl Ulfllim- CUlll'l-.XSSOCKIIC Insure us: Opera Xllorkshopg House DIQVAWY- GFORCE Tlmffl' P Iota: Music' l'iLlllCIllOi'S National BVU' Bell' Bela? I' 'IU Doiums, Honra Pilot Iomt C.-xlzstti, XVll.l.lATNI Corpus Cl1risti Dl'RlI.XfXl. Nommx N s Psi Chig Phi Delta Kappa. Vice- Beta Beta Bela: P1 Phi P1 PI11 Pres., '50-'5l: F.'l'..X.. Pres. 230. Delta Kappa: W. X Nlisttts flllCI1llC2ll Society: 1t1t1111 lf.'ll..X. Cox. Lt'eu's L., JR. Denton L1x4L1A1.r, PATR1c:1.x But invton t gr duate school ww-fled 55?-5 I lx 19 H.xRm'. ls-xt"r tl. .Xrp Pi Phi Pi: lXI1lllZlfIClllClIl Cluh. Ilxaxtmrx, Ilswlfs I. Bowie Ilmxtwilix, ulo,-xxxfx B. Notona Hot.: Asn, Xl.u.1t-R llutos Nlckinuex' Cheiuistrx' Clulv. Hot nw, IINYIII Nlwlox Gainesville Political liconotny Cluhg Kappa Delta P13 I'.l.tX.: .Xlpha C.lu. llomtxs. R,u'xloxn Sevtnour lelokslt-1x', lflmst is l.ol-'VA Arlington I'll'IN.IXS, NI,-'tm N,-xx Dallas Nleritumg Sigma .Xlpha Iota. Yite-Pres.. 'lllg Pi Kappa I,amli- tlag feta Pi Canuuap filllllllllllll- an Society: Ir. Nlary .Xrtleu l Cluhg Xl'ho's Who in Xluerican Colleges anal llnixersities: Ifint' Y p C, .- lsou Couutx Clulm .Kits ,our gill. 5 ' 'N I 4 , N 4, , , i Lf, f, ff 1 5 ' rn, , , , 4 f 'Q' ,W-, " , My 4 -'u 'M W l',"Q3w 2, ,A i L jrxmxs. ROBFRT F. Fort Worth loxtfs, Nouns Blxlttr Longview Nlu Phi Epsilon: Kilgore Col- lege Cluh: Crantl Choir: IVOIII- en's Choir: Chapel Choir: NI.li. N.C. -ltflcxfallittxtaxx., Hi-11.1-'xfx Corsirana Beta Beta Beta. Vice'Pres.. 317. Sec.. '49-'Slip XY. N. Masters Chemical Society. Ireas.. 48: Student Religious Council, Ser.. '--l-93 Mathetnatits Cluhg Otlonn Philosophy Cluh, Sec. '5tl. litf.xxicm', IQNIHQX I., Port .Xrthur Cracluate Class Pres.. 50,511 jefferson County Cluh. Pres.. 'rlflg 'leaching Ifellow: Political Iiconoiuy Cluhg NIZIIIZIQCIIICIII Cluh. KI"N'I'. IIARRY IJ. Grapelantl F.'Ii.A.: Pi Omega Pig Phi Delta Kappa. I,,,xxt-Q. tl,xclQt't-l.lxt- RM Sherman Sigma .Xlpha Iota: Chapel Choir '40-'llg .X Cappella Choir 'All- I' U1 ltolio Sotletx 40 ll un. ., . ' ',.' -'1 -. 4 - . .. LAM, KLNNI4 I Il Box n Sherman leaching lfellow, litlu.. '50-'BIQ Phi Delta Kappa .vl. Iatxtfi, Sui D. Denton Nlasons: Shriners: Nlarketiug. mars' Ji., . tp - ' .WA 1 . .Q f . , ,S f 15' ' i f V I "' if ' ' . r i V if F f , I f W if ,J It A ' f t N +4 A-' ' ' s. "'p 5+ ' 1 7: ' 'i lk , S9 N" vz:ez!.- :f u .iw ,I Q My s . . 1,-my. N S' YP . 'irfiiwililgil 46- ft W 'I ' , fr x ,W f x 1.5 fW Iii, N. A.. IR. Wichita lfalls lhi Nlu Alpha: Concert Band. LIYNIPKIN, Dos Denton Cammaclian Society: Campus Chat Staff: Phi Delta Kappa. NIcCL.txs,xHAx, Bunn Cooper NILNIMN, l'lllI.ll' NIORRIS Port Neches l".T..X.: XV. N. Blasters Chemical Society: Beta Beta Beta: jeffer- son Co. Cluli: Camma Theta llpsilon: Phi Delta Kappa. IXIANSFIIILD. L. C. Clehurne Ml-xtiolz, MoRfp,'tx Rowr. XVichita Falls .Xlpha Lamhtla Pi: Pi Omega Pig Phi Delta Kappa. All-SSICK. Bolsisr C. Port XYorth W. N. Masters Chemical So, ciety: jr. American Chemical Society. th if yaf . 'wr . ww, .fi .cf l NlIi.t.r1R, jiaiuu Burlxlmurnett l,llll,l IPS. .Mutt Big Spring Graduate Class Treas.. '50-'BIZ Delta Psi Kappa. 'llarleton Cluh. R.fuisr.r. Ct'R11s Denton .Xlpha Phi Omega: Beta Beta Beta: Blue Key. Pres. '-lil-'5tl: Mosi.i.r.x, VIYIHPDIAS B. Ennis l"-'ll-tl-1 Ph: Ijclta Kzlllljiii Pumi- tal licononiy Club: lsi Chi: Wesley lfountlation. Pres., '48- 'lll. Vice-Pres.. 'lil-'5tl: XVho's X'Yho in .Xmerican llnirersities lNll'RI'llY.Slllkllli NlczCl.1-1l.l.,xN illlll flfllleges. '4N.'49, '49-'5tl, Crores 'Stl-'5l: Yt't:t.A, .Xssotiate lid., Nloclern Dance Cluli: Delta Psi '49-Tall. lid.-ill-f1Al1i6l. '50-'5ll kalvlmz WHR..-X.: l'rol'essional laesltlclit of SCIUUT Class. '49- Cluh: jefferson Countv Cluli: 'itll lfresliman Hantlhook Com.. VM-Sify' Club: SQL 1,4 G1-ml. 'Stl-Bl: Phi .Xlpha llau. Pres.. Class. '50-'5lg lfine .Xrts Ciomm.. 'Stk .Xssociate ,lll5lll'C. USN! '49-'5ti-'5l. Court. Rtsntikr, Crixx Decatur Sigma Phi Nu: School of Busi- NWKRKK TMAUDORE IR ness Clulm: .Xlpha Lamhtla Pi. Y v ' Sluwln IY1 l'I'CN.. Fllll '5tl. RIIUADN, WM xi Alvortl Nlathematics Clulm: Alvha Chi. li "tl "I I fill-IRCASII, Vmf.ixi.x .X. Harlingen KM" J -A, ' Rtrisiizlsox, lor Olnev Sigma Phi Xu: XY. N. NIasIer's Chemical Cluh: Cratluate Sena- Uiriik. jo Rawger lm-V l'SX'l. Roxmxo, vlonxm Orange C.I.X.: Psi Chi. Pres. Stl: F.'l'..fX.: lll'.ARSON, R. H. Denton Phi Delta Kappa. Alpha Rho Tau: Sigma Pi Del- ta: Kappa Pi: lf.'l'..X.: Campus Chat. Cartoonist: Ifoothall Stu- Roi 'i I. Sanur lf l,Ol'lSll Dallas tlent Manager 47. Nu Phi Nlu. nate school vmb-1-ou ,lan Ve th gr eluate sc ool -wi-ww' SIIIII1s, Rllllllil lllll l'111llX'11IIl1 5llIl Ins, ll ll I ll ll-il'. III. lf11rI1Cy Psi L.l1i: .Xlpl1.1 i'l1i. Sllls, llXlXlll l,u1 5L'l l3Clll0ll 1i111'C,1I111'I1l l.iIc1.1I1I1IcfilI1lmg Psi lillli SI1ll1IlI1gX fillllll Xil- fllll lxl'll f.llll1. SI11114., XI I-11111 liurgc-1' Sx1IIII. ,XI III, I. l3CllIOIl 5XllIIl, Xxxx Big Spring, lh-l:.1 Psi li1Ipp11. Sxmr, lill I 1 ll Kllllllly' Sl',XRlxNl.XN, l.. D, Dcriton Nlmlcrii lJz111I1' CIIII1. Prcs., '50- "1l: l'illlC .Kris 61111111113 Profes- si11I111l Kllulm. SI1.1RIIxIAN. Rm' Gairicsrillc SllCl'llliNS. .XI,I'Is P. gXcu111I1Ii11gCIl1IlJ. Dcfat ll r SI,II.I.II'11N. MARY l2I,.AIxI5 fylllflllilgfjll. Mich. 'lili0Nll'SOX, Bll.I,llf. M. Fort XV0rtl1 l'IIRIfsIIrIi, llolalsr Ortli Nl:111z1gL-1110111 Clulmg Co111111crce filllll. 'l'IxsI,1I,r. GILR.-11,11 Cz11'1'ulltc1I1 .xlllllll I,:1111l1IlI1 Pi. Pres., '-19. TI1,Is'1'IfR, l'il,DIiN, JR. Dcntmi .xfflilllllllllg Clulmg NVQ-slcy 1501111- Il:1tif111: II1lc1'I1:1tioI1:1l llL'lllliUllN Clllll, Rcp., '-173 NVQ-slcy Pluycrs. 'l'1'I,I-'11, .XININ AI. 'llylcr DL-llz1 Sig111:1, Yicc-Prcs., V19-'50, l.illle Dorins Assoc., 'lilAC2lS., 'lllg 'liylcr Club, RCC. Scf., '-193503 Pi cJlIlCgll Pig Mz111z1gc111c111 Clulmg G.I.X.g ll.S.N.'l'., filllllll- :IIC SClllll0I'. Spring 'SOQ S.,X.Bl.. '51, WA'I'IQINs, BIII. I.. Sllllllllll' Springs Sigma Pl1i Nu. Sec.. 49. lVl'S'l'lCR, liI1xA DIQAN Ennis l71'z1111I1Iic' fillllll l-Iuusc Presi- 1lCI1I'S fillllll lillcn H. Rll'll2ll'll'S Clulig Fl .S.'li..X.3 fil'llllll1llC Clllll. XVIII'IIA1i12k, LERU1' Paris Alpha Cliig XV. N. NIQISICIJS Cl1cI11icz1l Society. Vicc-Pres.. '49, Prcs., '50, FZIICOIIS, rlil'E'1lS.. I"z1ll '49, Xic'c4Prcs.. Spring '50, Plcnlgc Cup., lf:1ll '50, Prcs. 'Sli Blue Key. lVII.I.I,IxIsuN, ANNE San Marcos XV11I111I1I'IfIf. NIAI11' LoIIIsIa IYCCZIIIII' lVOIu.IQr, STINSUN F. llallzis Psi Chi: llcllzr Sigma Pi: l".'Ii..X.3 Pl1i Dcllzl Iilllhllll. K if i Q' S ll" i 'F X W., 2' 412 ff- ' W I 'Y 'NSQEM I , , I 4 k, C a A I.. I , ,,ms?,A. " - , 1 ' ,I :I , , , , , . ' . .. x A 'U . 7? - Mn i iii X X A I A was . fy F11 '4 .. sf ' ,S I 2, f 1 I ' 5, 4, f ,WWE .X I- , .-- rt' 1 sr s M, H A I , . i .M 1 3 221 K A - ff ' ' N IP 5 -V, f ' " Y 1' ' 1 U ik. 4 ' ' , ,,.:f'lA'i 1 ' ,V ' ' 1 ' g - x k.1wL1gg,,,Qff1e ' 1 gg 21:1 I I I 1 I y41'i .V . 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Zwjigf 1- 1' - f f Q: Nm, vw "vm X X ,v M ' fl ,,,, Ni.. . 1 .- 4 'ff , M XM f ff , Nfwiw ff W 724 wwf W 4 , wfxvi. xii umxk fy, A.,' Q14.Wvf A UQ mfr- -ow .Ab Z 'gc M, MS -:Sw 1 . QN X4 .. 0 w. N, . ww .yy Clmm 121,111.11 SIAl"1fURIl lilwl-xs'lX SMl'l'1 l CI.1F'l0N 13.8- NIA.. l'h.1J. BA.. MA.. 1'l1.l1J. H1 if Iinglisll xii, 1 4 Q xx" -X Q Q63 . , MW. 132 M 1lI'R NIf,c1l'l umm: Suru-1,1-x' ffl-CII. lCl'r,r.x1c SHl'1-0140 Llawls XVILLIAM Nnw'1oN SMIUEI. BPRTRAM MCAI.Is'rER IEA.. NIA., 15.8. in LS., 1'11.D. BMX., NLS.-I. BA., MA., Ph.D. BA., MA., Ph.D. Lf1H'll?',Y .Sffmfice journalism Hislory Gozfernmezzt and scie ces wx ,:.,,,, g 1,1 sw X4-:iff X I x 16"-Wfpivi 1 M sz ug T i 0 E ea Q. Y In our complex civilization, nian tends to stress specialization above every- thing in his profession, neglecting the other phases of higher education. 5 if 1 1 Q , t. E S 51 3 .11 S 1 . ' M f, . X 5 QQ f' 1 s Sis ' vw f W.xl.'1 11114 Hassix .X.l3.. NNI.. l'h.lJ. fifflgllllflll' Hlfwkr Dfxsxl-31.l.1w' BMX.. NIA.. l'h.lJ. l"o11'1'gn I,r1r1g11r1gfxs lJi1fi.xio11 of I'l11n1r1111'lir'.x littaifsic I"l.-XROLD HANSON l.Ol'l5 LIONITI. NI11.i.r1c NIA.. Ph.D. BMX., AIA, Mallzenzalics Plzygifg - 'llhus the two-fold purpose ol the College ol' Arts and Sciences is to provide the intellect- ual discipline and cultural experience that are essential to a liberal education as well as prepare the student For entering prolessional schools. for teaching. for his job, or for further study and research. Under the direction ol' Dr. lieniainin Bee Harris, serving his first year as the dean. the College is fulfilling its duties quite capably. Majors leading to a bachelor ol' arts degree are art. English. foreign languages. geography. government, economics. history. journalism and speech. 'llhe Bachelor of Science degree is given in bioloot cheinistr ', niatheniatics, niedical tech- D nology. physics. and with a post-graduate year. in library service. A if-4' ."it..1e9 pi 2: 1 ' Hr tif .Z '.gQM3,,f S' : .Wi ' 1 ' T, 4 bfi. X - ' :Pi . 1 f N 1 , tx ' 1 R Q AI. K. Gwx NN Slum' fll.lN If Nltgtji 1x111: hlollxsox BS.. MA., 1'l1.D. BA.. BU.. NIA, llizfision of .Scierzce Sjfvet I1 2 iff? 25: 1 , 4 ,. X, N R we A of X f fx W J 9' X , 4 lif- ,.-w"" 1 X vw, . 4. , I - .y , 1 3 I5 I av Wav I J I I Z fs, g ff.: I , if XX . leg , ,A, . ,ag . r , , M, ,ZWZY Q fri ., I ,- f S G WZ, , 5 If, , ff 1 , Y RL'DfJI,I'H FUGHS Ait P 13iffi:L..,:afgIIgfIg.4fI " . NIILFS ANIIIQRsON, Physics IJOROTI-IY BAIIII, Latin Sc English VIRGINIA BARIQR, Speeeli IfIf.RRIs BARIQR, Bible E. G. BALLARII, Eiiglisli C. C. BIQAMIZR, Psyeliology VV. F. BELGHIQR. English 'ACK G. BISIIOR, Biology EVELYN BLAGG, Goifemiiieiit OLNA BOAZ, Englisli ANN BOMAR. Music I.O'l'Tlli BRASIAIIQARS, LI-177'II'l'3? C. A. BRIIIGFS, History E. C. BROIIIE, Eiiglisli AIYRTIE BRONVN, Miiflienmfies SIIQIIHIQN BI.IIaI..I.. Speech T. S. BI'RRIAIAI,TRR. Clieiiiisiry VIRGINIA CALLOXVAY, Foreign Ixiizgiinge VIZIAIA CATHEY. LilII'iiI'y Ross COMPTON, Sociology V. COORI1., Molliemalirs flliORGli CORP, Mnfliemfities E. P. CRITTIQNIIIQN, English FI.ORI:NGI3 CULLEN, Geograplzy NIQTTIE KIO CLINIMINGS. Foreign Lang. R. B. ESGUIQI, Cheniistry Sc Physics GEORGE FINGK, Sociology H. FRIEDSAM, Eco. 8: Sociology ANTONIO GARCIIA4, Goifemment 'Nw uf' Mm 1 awe?" ww-I' fff AS f wwf l ,QQVEQ 1 M ' K! , 2 Q .F'f'v fE?' I' I, ., V, N ..,,,,,, KJYRN """5Ws -an-P'4f,' ' iriiifffff 1- '1 , WWW 5 V., 1. ,V -5.3,-Q11-f,g.4.W,., K -.1151 ' Y f 'fr' ,,2.:,,1f Q17 .1 ,Y gf 1,1 Q ' - fg. W - :K 154-1 5 Aff! ff f X ff f f 5 f y A651 f, f' M Z! if f l ff 'Vs wf""' " "' G3:.:,,.5",g, ,v:EZ., - if,1S"3'.S-N E? ' r 7414 N X ' f 2 'WW 'fl ,X .,.,.,,x Ewhxw NNAWMQ 5 f " , v N E "',.:3E.5If V I 12 '- 'F WW' ' ,' 'W 1 1 , .X - , WM f , Q 3 'W I f . X 7, I 4,9 -sun... -x......,,,, 1 D. M. AIURRIS, 131010011 by NIARY VIQOAI Osuokxli, lfIlf"lfSfl ' if", l RM' Go1f1111 , fir! RAY GR11f1f1N,, flOY'l'HIlIIC'IIf XXIRGINIA I'IAlI.Ii, 1ingl1'.sl1 TOM PIALI., l'.IIlQ'H.S'll CQ. 'l'111'1-"1"1 l-1l1x111m1fs1'1. limlugy f1l.AlJX s I l11111:1M, limlulgy 1fl'l'lllil, .Iu11NsuN, lJl1x'.x1z'11l 1':lI'IlCllffUI1 01.11 tIo11Ns'1'oN, Iimlnlgy H. NV. KAMP, QIR., f1mf1'r11111f11l KA'1'1 114111N1f3 IiN11aH'1', f':lIlQII'S,l LH' KNOX, fiI'Ugl'llf1flY l.u1s KN1lX,l.l'!lJ'llI3' 101151 LAw1.1a11, 1i11gli.w'1 CQICORILIA L1- 1x1:11, .411 ILAKI, N. LlaWlS, IR., l'NUl'f'I-Q11 Lung. D. li. LIUY11, liifzlr' Nl. Lof:1'1-i. lirzlglislz 4 , ,v. , L1.1m1,1.111 l.ox1,xx, 1!IlglI.8'!l IIQSSIQ R. I.11c:141-, f','lIQll'.Sfl . 1 1211.11 IJ 'N11.u'. IEIIQIMXI SM1 B. NI1:.X1.1s111a14. fiUl"I'IIIlllI'!lf B. M1:l'3R11114, 1311111191 livfx mlm' AlfIfQl'Fl+'IN.1'fIIglf.S'fl IJ1-11.111-3111 NI1:G1'1R1f, lm1r1111!1A.s111 111111, M111.A1x, fillgllhfl 1301111114 H. Nl1:M1NN, 1.l'lllLllIdY lllblil-lR'l' All'.lflxlfR, Iizzglzlslf Rom-1R'1' A. Alll.l.l-.R, Gffngnzplzy o 1 245 ol of arts and scie ces . -' , bfi. - X 1 Q S1xNc:sf1'1f3R P,xRRo'1"1'. l,1'ln'111'y .,-Ia .v 'S .lx .N if - ' 1 ' , HERRIQRT PARRISH, M111l1e11111t1cs , ,fr ,f W if ' X X , Q, 3 Q. f N 1 i 3, 21' pr"4"9'f K 556- vw ..-22f" .w f' 1 Z " X ix fm 1 wap R yv My 4 1 " , IUHNNII-L Sus l'A'1"1'1QRsoN, L1l11'111y 5 : 1526 ,f" ":---- ' .tx 1. XX Bon I. PATTQN, Pl1x1.s1c'.s ,, IJONA l13la1.I, I'1i'11riRsoN, L1l11'111-y x yuh A ,jp 1 6 H. ff 1523: N G1 .'9?fa. ., QQ -.X what 4 V ...Q W S, -x. f '- F 1' 1 if in X - - 'Mi 4... AIAYDFLL PO'1"l'l'lR, l.1'l11'111'51 ,gui My YQ... KXNNA Pow1f:Ll,, H1s1'm'31 CECIL PRESTON, 1i11gI15l1 -f'3QQffi. L 1 ARCHIIC IQOACII-I, liirzlogy IRA 110131-.R'lNS, Pllj7.SI'CS C. I. IICFF bANmc1.. Iforezgzz LflIIQ,LIlllQ'L'.S' R . R K k IACK SANIJSBICRRY, Ii11gI1'sl1 ' 1 R. Cl. SHICRXIAN. liiolugy K C 1112111151151 5 Q A , ,1 iffy, . M, S. S1lm:141.1cx', luzglzslz .1 5 ff 15 Pj MQW , , . H. 13. bL14.un, 1111311511 ,1 , .l- J- bm RLOUX- ffffffwffb' 1 yu f X X ,. , -Jw' ., ,',. 1 W Jigs X X :W N R f 1, W X XL X I 4 mx 1 N X X 4 4 X f, 3.1 W Oxm S'11xN1,u'. li11gIi5l1 .54-1 , . ROWENA 5TR1r:R1.ANn, 1311110 ff.. Riff Cl.-xRL SU1"1'oN, li11gI1'.sl1 - AIARY Cl. SXVICRT, 15113111911 .1 f 1, NIARY HYVINDLI-I, L1111'111'y - W 5 5 i IJURUIINIIY THOMAS, LI.1JI'IlI'X7 Serzfice . M, 5, :,' ,Q . . fA,,. , lv 3 .1 5 PAUUNE W ARD, 1,1b1'111'y 1 "-,11 '- 1 , A - ' 3 .f . 1. i RUNALU XfVI1.1.1AMs, Ar! 51 . 1 -.JJ . IXIACIK L. W11.LI1xMs. fVIl1fflL'IllllffCS An., film , . H1111-iN XfV1I.FoNc I41iNocp1,lo 'Io111'1111l1.s111 CARI, F. YORK, fxIflf,ffJ,,1flt1.C-S aculty par - yor Lows V. URANGA. I"1111'1'g1z 1.f111g1111f1"' nilm-Mum ' ' "' IIUYTTIFV """""" "'-'- in ,M fffiyes R 0 f 1 'Q 2 55 'ff 1 fNe"'w1 4 . X 1 ' ART Coo1'd111z1t111g thc hzmcl wilh thc cyc . . . Every 11111 student. I112ljOl' Ol' 111i11o1', l'E'll1Cll1bC1'S Lhc lo110' hours 111 C111ss1'oo111 111111 1ZlbO1'21lUl' ' IICCK1- 'O cd to acq1111'C 314111, knowledge 111111 exp6111c11cc 111 his Chosen Hclfl - whether 11 hc cl1'z1w111O1 111111 D pz1i111i11g. 2ldVC1NI1Sll1g art, 1111C1'io1' design, costume clcsi0'11 and ill11s11'z1tio11. c1'al'1s. Ce1'211111cs, or thc 'O Lcachmg of art 111 the pubhc schools. E55 1 . , Q QS? f BIOLOGY More and l1101'C grztduates l-1'OIl1 this depart- lllClll find easy 3Cll1llIfEl11C6 into pre-medical schools because of the proficient training and knowledge received here. Recently housed in the beautilful new science hall, the depa1't111ent C011- tinues to grow, becoming 21 school of basic train- ing for future pl1ysicians, surgeons, dentists, teach- ers, and other medical men of related fields. ,B!H!Q' QQlHH - CHEMISTRY VVIICLIICI' the student wishes to become ll prolessionztl chemist, zt teacher in eollege or high school, or to receive Z1 hztckgmttnd lm' ztdvzmeed study in related fields, the high stzmdnrds ol' the Depztrtment of Chemistry are so ecmstrueted as to offer zm extremely pmlieient edttezttimt in this field. 249 U25 , bf ,. -1 . ,, 1gx,,,, . 'I it L' . 3 1 . yy 1 Z : t I 'E Y 3 Z2 It 2 1, ,, 1 nf f fs Q :N P - ' 11 y 1 3 f 5 1 GK Y sw-, 1. Q S S X M' 1 1. 3 new Q 111 K 1 sm Qt ,Zi-mr PM yu. hx 1 1 fd ' Q 115 Tv ' if 1.511 X1 1 X 1 - 325 .,,V x 1' Q fi , 5, X 11. f ix 4' ' X 141.-xt Q4 IQCONUNIICS All too r1ltc11 1111 1X111t-1'ic'z111's kliowlcdgc oi cu111f1111icis is u111Ii11cd to tl1z1t obtaiiicd iiljfllll daily r1bsc1'1'z1tir111s 111 "'1'l1c Lilc L111d 'Iiimcs ol' thc Sl1111r1f1.'i 'i'l1o11gI1ti'11l studt-11ts ill thc study ol' ccf111f1111ic1s ill North 'Ik-Xns z11'c iillllilikll' with thc S!1111r1r1 saga zllw. but c-x'fg11 111orc tl1ci1' studies have sl1111x'11 1110111 tl1c 11z1t111c ol 11111111111 dy11z1111iCs as 1't-vt-z1lul 1l111r111gl1 i11x'c-stigz11ir111 of other civiliza- tions, z111d tlitr value. price, z111d status tl1co11iCS of COIllC1llIJOl'2l1'y cco11o111iC Civilizatio11s. m,,r..,,-W ......... ---V -Y -f if , lim ,M 4 5 W pf X fi 'Y ENGLISH Courses ofleretl by the English Department extend to the stuclent aclvantzzges to stucly works by the great literary masters. to acquire skill in good g1'?l1l1ll1?l'l' usage. and to prepare the student for teaching or fields related to English. 9 Stalk- - ' kfx- ff 1 -,U:w.,.,. -' F EX I l 4' gi FOREIGN IANCLllAGE5 C0111prciilicz-watts? NValn': nicht XV21l11'P Cmn- prchcntl Ustccl? ln an age whcrc L1l1tlCl'SlZlllCllI1g has been too long ncglcctccl thc stucly ol' language acquaints unc with another pcoplds history, culture, and nature. In its Cll1'l'lCLll2l. thc language cquips stuclcnts with thc ability to rcafl ancl interpret. to speak ancl cnunciatc. ancl to unclcrslancl a nation through its language. GEOGRAPHY Able thinkers know Well the importance of geographical knowledge. Far from just a study of rocks, soils, or climatic conditions of the earth, geography courses here present the subject as a basis of all history and government, past and future efforts. Through classes, laboratories and field trips. time Geography Department is able to extend a varied curricula to its majors, minors, and students desiring a knowlecfge for related fields. Nw' 'WW fa '51 X 4 W ff A if ,Q S if ' '- if if? X , , . , if ' O 4 ,y H - f ' . gc X ' ' WN ij' x nv 5359 et: , X '24 Nl 1 ws - KS ., . as ,. 1 '59 4 M o D Q5 GOVERNMENT "Government of the people, by the peo- ple . . To make enlightened citizens and teachers. or to prepare students for a career in law or government employment, courses in this department are designed accordingly. Encouraging its students to enter public ser- vice, the department now has many graduates in civic. state. and national governmental positions. .ya ' ,, ' , , M92 V Q , WM X ft 'QAQMZ an HISTORY Nlore than ever before does man need to understand the thought and action ol' his pie- decessors that a world of unity niight be accomp- lished. The History Depzirtinent stresses greatly the importance ol past ages and its eliliects and mistakes in relation with action today. The cur- ricula are designed for those inzijoring oi' minor- ing in history or needing a backgrouncl lor related subjects. 255 56 .yoURNAi,1sM Presses roll after the toil of sophomore re- porters, editors and departmental sponsors in turning out campus publications. Tuesday. 'l'hursday and monthly deadlines . . . "beat cov- erage' '... page makeup . . . printshop activi- ties . . . Fleclgling "fourth estatersn know well the process in becoming good journalists. All- Americans The Avesta, Campus Chat and YUCCA are exemplary of their near-professional training. MMM' "":L' -4'g:g1LL.gL:v "' ' ' f ,f ,. ,, ,gi 'f-jjlffgr j ' ' - - LIBRARY SERVICE One of our First collegiate realizations is the importance of the library - its quietude for study, and its ever-increasing sources for research material, and literary pleasure. Used as a training laboratory, the library is the scene of instruction in cataloging, stack ar- rangement, binding, and library service - the theory and principles of the proper use of a library. 257 X XI1 X'liHIfXI1XiI1ICS .Xssuiiiiiig ll rulc of iliclispeiisibilily in ll scien- tific w111'l1l. thc NI11lhCIl1HliCS DCp1ll'lll1Cl1l has bc- C11111i- ll ll'Llil1iIlg cclilci' lim' p1'r1fcssic11111l mathe- Il1IlliCil111S. lcg1cl1c1's. 111111 in lJl'ClJ21lA2lli0l1 for study i11 iiclzilcil iiclcls. 'lil11'11i1gh 11lg1cc111c11l lCSlS 111111 couiiscl, ll bc- 1 gimiiiig 11111111 sluclciil is zihlc to c'm11111c11Cc his studios CUIlllIlL'llSlIlALllC with his slzxlc oli IQINHVICKIQL' 1111 1111- suhiccl. S R ye 1- ZW fi 'V' nUm2"5l"'5l ' """"' "Gui f rr ' ff PHYSICS The progress ol' nian and his increase in technology has rested to a large extent upon the discoveries niacle in the realms of Physics. The department at North Texas has long been known as one serving to provide the knowledge in the physical sciences at the undergraduate level need- ed to assist students in advanced study. to prepare them for teaching of physics, and to enter industry. 259 26 SPEECH Speech sCz11'cL-ly mlcscrihcs this clepz11't111c111 wiih its cmvllcgialc l1ClUl'S 111111 g1c'l1'csScs. XVl'ilL'l'S. clu- bill urs. spcukn-1's. 1111110 2lllllUllIlCCl'S. :md lcz1c'l1c1 ll'Llil1CCS. NVl1c11c11s thc X'LllxiL'4l Clll'1'iClll2l givc 1111- SPL' cch 11111511111 QI gwml l1z1c'kgm11111l. thc Clubs :xml m'g111111z1l1o11s ulim uppu1'l11111l1cs Imh z1c'l11z1l 1'x pc1'1c11Cc 111 h1s cl1osc11 lu-hl. A.I.,I.EHhRRYv RM, Bt:.xiisu,xw, IS.-xiu4.txtt.ax IX itluta Ialls r-fer"--""f ' ' '-,fi---' .55 V ,f ' f W 'K sa' I X I 1 X W ff X in "' ., Q Y f if 9' ,,,, J ,,,, . X S, , ,I .w,4ga.. NV 'Wear' was- i wi ' W-3fzWt t ...tv ,. . f j I, , . ,,. ,. , '-:swf " WWF: ,' . , ..f. ,V,1,., . W br f aims 1 t It 1 - .E -...M . I W9 W f ft f 'Sv I .+ ,f I A . if Q- t C. ' I V 1 ,t 1 'LL W' f , F .Xl.I.IiN, lJoN,'tl.n lfort Worth Blt.osi, Ifltastrtts Big Spring, Political Economy Cluh. Set.- .Xlpha Chi: Sigma Iau Delta: Treas.. '5l: Philosophy Cluli: Pi Delta Phi. Iieas.. 2311. Sociology Cluh. Vice-Pres.. '5l. Bt.fxt.ks,tt1., Dario Denison .Xl.l.ISON, iX'IAR'l'HA Dallas larleton Club: Psi Chi. lreas,. ntl- nl: Nlanagement t.lul1: Kap- pa Pi Omega. Historian-Report er, '49-'fitlg 'lieathing lfellowship. Iitlutation. 'Stl-Til: Stutlent Psy- thologist at Rusk State Hospital. Kappa Kappa Kappa, Pres.. 230: Beta Beta Beta: Intersorority Council: junior Mary Artlen Cluh: House Pres. Summer Till: Square Dante .Xl.VARIiZ,, IRMA BIARIA Houston Cluli, 'Bug W. N. Nlasters. Newman Club: Sigma Delta Pi, Pres.. '50, Bttist, Suutti-'x Rein Austin .XRNol,D. JERRY Ligi-1 Dallas Irojans: Intramural Baseball. BRMHAURD lm Iowa pmk Basketball. ' Fort NVortli Press Cluli. 'I reas.. Summer 50: Sports Etl. Campus Chat. Fall '5tJ: Asst. Sports litl. Campus Chat. Spring '5tl: Sigma Delta: Camera Clulm, Reporter. Spring '5tl. BILARUIQN, Brissui. l'. Detatur Btitat, Bois Alpha Chi: Iowa Park Baptist Student Union. Pres. '50-'51 Delta Chi Delta: XVUIIICIIKS I"ol'- um. Vite-Pres., '5ll: College Play- ers. Set.. 'BOL Quintillians: Sup- per lheatre. Blt.4t.xit.ii I, Hoxtrtt I.. Brashear Sigma 'lau Delta: Otlom ljllllu- sophr. BRI-WI-.R, kjrssu- LH- Owivss il exarkana Future leathers ol" .XIllCl'lfLl. lass of '5 . gr .2 ' .yin ' f . 'S wif Blooms, ,IlwkXXl'l it Dallas Bt'tttt.xxt, l'.xtlut'l.t .Xsx Delialli Chemistrx Clulm: fiLllllIIllltllLllISQ College Players: Quiutillians: Beta Beta Beta: W. N. Nlasttrrs. Camnratlians: Supper Theater: Ratlio Cluli: Varsitr Cluli. Bttoosttf, Nlfutx I.Ul'lSl Xniarillo Sherman Denison Clulm: Inter, fi-XlHuNlll-AD,Cl..-XliI4NtlI4 'l. Dallas national Relations Clulr. Re- Nlath Clulm: Baptist Stutleut porter, '5tl: Campus Chat News l'uion. Asst., 'BOL Nlotlern IX'riter's Cluh: lheta Sigma .Xlpha. Rep.. '49- '5tlg Press Cluli: Panhantlle ciII.'XI'l'l'.l.l.. Bits .X, Bowie Clulm: Pulrlitations Countil, '50, Pi Phi Pi: Quintillians: College Plavers: Press Cluli. Bltowx, lixlttmtm Oak Park, lll. filIARl.'ltlN, Pxlsi Nlitllautl BROWN cmmmx LUNLURA plunior Nlary' .Xrvtlen ctllll7Ci5CII1t,ll , K Q Nlarr .Xrtlen Cluh: NIt't.rat'keu lort .hthui 1,1 ml H It I' Ill S H Beta Beta Beta: Ifuture 'leaehb 'Ill 'A Amlillfl 'film Gd' I' lgglrlff ers ol' .Xmeritai House Presi- Pqdlllllill, Q I". l.l'c.lA ll., Rllf tlent's Cluh: Set. ol' Senior Class, tffnm 1 191' in Silk" " ' " " 'itll .lellerson Counts' Cluh. Set.. " "H hm 'ml' l' Till. titttitit, Nlattx longriew Bitows. Nom-.i. D. NItHenry. Ky. lxllgmf 'cillllcgl' flllllll Flltllre Baptist Stutleut l'niou: Sigma lL'i'lll0"5 Pl -'Ul'f'l'lfil- lau Delta. Coma, Yl.xt:k tltiiftxms Port .Xiausas Bttiasi, l-i.si.uf Dallas C -l-wg Ct tu l'a S "lt '. . eu U lm I ul H UU' l C.ot1:A1.Axx. Blttitti- Dallas Psy Chi: Health tlountil. 'Stl-'5l: Bl'l ttt.x.xi, slat it Riu-.tx DeKalh Researth .Xsst. Psrthology Dept.. lfalton: Beta Beta Beta: W. N. '50-'5l: Future leathers ol' Nlasters, Xmerita. all - col 7llllN 111 11 1 X M , , Xl 1 1 s 1111 Clra111l1'iew 1 gl 1 l 11 1 lub: College 1111s111l1 111111 ' IX 11111 1 3 Square LL 1 111 s CI 1 1111s lx1lXLlllllLlllC 1 S 111 1 N JN lltlllllll 1 Llass 'ill 1 1pp.1. S11.. ' ' P11s lfall '50 S 111111 3 Debate 1 1 1 1 Quiutil- c. 1 xlLlCll Cllubg ' FN X1 I111 111 X1111111.111 1111!- 11111 1 1 1111111s1 les: crlllll 1 1 ll 1 J H1DllSC l resi- l11l1. GA1:N111111, FRAN111.1N Kerrville 'llal1111s3 Campus Chat, Efl., Fall E303 Wl111's Nvlltl i11 .'XlllCIAlC2lll Colleges lllltl Uiiiversitiesg Av- esla .1Xss111'. Htl.. Sllllllllffl' 49: Sigma Delta. Pres.. lfall '501 Sig- 111a 'Iiau Della. Rep., '49-501 Blue Key: l'11blica1ic111s C111111- 1ilg Inter-l"ra1er11i111' C1111111'il3 Alpha Clliig Pi Delta Pl1i, Rep.. T301 Press Club. Rep.. '50 111s1f11'1, R111 11111111 Dallas Sigma l'l1i Nlll LlllllCl'2lll Stu- 1le111 ,Xss111'iati1111. Vice-Pres., '50- 'f1l. P111 lll 10 flllllllllll 111 Club Ci111s11N. D11:11 F1111 X'VUl'lll 1 NL D1 xs11 1x B11111111 1 Nlkfilfgtll' l lt 111 111 X 11s Xnierica. 1. 1 In 11 1 N 1 .Xli1e 111 1 81111111 7 l IL Vl1'C-l,l'CS.. 111 111 ' s llIlU ' Xlpl1aRl111 X 1111 s Chorus: House 0 J I I 1 7 1 I111 NCilC'l'lllllll 1111111 C 11111111 1 lub: Sigma , 1 U I X 1s1ersg Beta 1 Ll p ll Alllllll. C1 0 X W Blew l,ilSll1lCllll 1 mt "UL L J 1111111 11 1 81111111 SlllllCllI Rm,acwl1 ljclmmmw gcc - Ll 1 Jll - -.. . ' .,.,, .' ' IQIUUS C UUUUI 'O' 511 U- I reas.. 110- f1lg ll1lCl'll2ll10lllll IL Xu L JN U 'L IVYQ Minllf' R1'l111i1111s Club. l Club Xlplll fbi UL H 1 101, lycmml G11,11'11s, K1-'NN1 l'Il F. x'v2lSlxUIll 11f111,1M. CZ. R.. 111. NfVi1'l1i1a Falls Blue Key: Sigma Pl1i Nu, C111- res. SQ1.. Fall '501 Sigma Delta, Pres.. '50, 'l'reas.. Fall 493 li1li- llll' of Avesta. '50-'5l: Press Clubg Slll1lClll PuI1li1'a1i1111s C11111111.. St111le111 Hllllflllllilli C11111111. of U.S.N.'l'.3 A11 lid.. Campus Cllial, '50-'5l3 Vl16'l,l'6S.. Slillll. Class. '-19350. 11,1x'1, V1111:1x1,1 Kerns League of NV11111e11 Voters: lpba C.l11. 1 I pp 1 '1 Xl llll Club. 1L111f,111fs. P,111111:111 191111 lvtllilll GREEN, Dl'lllCL,-XS Gilmer NICCl'Z1CliCl1 Club. U11eux11E, HERB Dallas H1111111f. 1511111111111 :XNN F1111 X'V111'1l1 Cilllllllllllllilll Societyg Sigma Delta Pi. See.. 493503 Pres.. '50- ':'1lg Senior Mary Al'1lCll Clubg l'ul1li1'a1i1111s C11u11cilg Pi Delta ' 1 Plug l'1a111l. -17. HA11., L. H. DeKalb Hf111111s11N,, JANE Mi1lla111l Press Club. HARRl1ll,I., R111sL11'1' BRUCE Kilgore H.-111111s, B11.1.11f jiffxx Hllllllllflll .Xlplra Rl111 Taug Kappa Pi. Sec., 'I111-'51 . 3 WA' J fi? We -ww an win Xl ff K 1 JN! 1 X 4:21. LX 1 no-ns ,J . . -.1 H M '31 f 'L1 39 l 1 if I f 'V' , 1: ,..- f ESQ ' . ff -V f B luffs .f 1 S ' , - it ' S flitl My f 'WW' W Y QSM QQ W X f '71 is ' x.Q ' ,Q 1 'l' -Q'-v 'N KQQS . ,f , :X I XZ! S . 'fi -,V' Q9 f S' 3 if X P C 1 ' -. W" M Hrxluusox. Rotarkt' liastlantl Htl ir. Xl,ntloRti-. 'IANIC Bnrkhnrnett Alrwltsox, XIANIPS llIlUNlAS Dallas ,Xlpha Rho 'lang Senior Nlarx' .Xlpha Phi Omega: .Xlpha Rho Xrclen fillllll lffl ..X.1 Kappa latt: Sigma Pi Delta. 1 , N 'W 1 - ,, A , Ka wa Rana: Corres. Sec.. 130. A Hixlitrtrtlmi .loxmli Clehnrm ll ll AIIMXXMY C. B. Buy mu, I"l'm5' lfaltonsg XV. N. Nlaster's Cheni- Hnl, Bun, Pilot Point istry Sotiety: Inter-lfraternity , ' Ne - 4 Cl lg pg 4 I lg C until: Delta Si nra Delta. l'lfKllSlC'NFl,llCli. Crrrxx Port Worth bmw' in U I i mlm' 0 I U g Pi Phi Pi. ' Qlonwsox, li1,lz,nslcltl ' Sulphur Springs H J P fl 1 Hnf, lllntorn l'ilot Point .Xlpha lranrhtla Sigma. 'lreas,. MN15' 1112 Rl'3510N YU1' 'Mtg Nlc'Craclsen Clnh. 'lyler Cluh, Baptist Stutlent I llnion. Hos,txt,lt, 'I rin .X. Klart ,lUN1-S- .lflltlx lllilllgflmlil .Xssoe litlitor Canrpns Chat, 'Jill 150111 -lllfllflx Rllf' illclili -lllllll' 'Slip Sigma Delta, Sec.-'l'reas.. lfllf' lull- 11QC11S.- l'1'll PWS-- HlfARt1,l,otwr.xm Ortnnmt Hearne Sunrnrer 'illg Press Cluh. Pres. lfxall ffl- 51211119 Bll' v1U'i'l,liCS'j Zeta Pi Gamma: Senior Mary 'Stk Nlotlern Writers Clnhg Puh- lilllln Hill 51211111 V1 17011112 l-'l11 Arden Cluhg Kappa Delta Pi. lications Countilg N.'l1.,X.C. l'3l'51l"11,- lil113 mul' 11115111- Sec. 'Blk Alpha Chi: Nlerituntg Clnhg li. D. Critltlle llistorical: l1'Ui15-- Wil- NIcCracken Clnh. Sec., '-lil: Al- Who's Who in .Xnreritan Col- KIM, WHHU, If Denton lit La llz S' 21 Pt1t'1l ,'. , , li 1' K nn rc 1 xtgmt F. o en ir' ltgts tntl lnnersttits clmmmulmn Somew: H. N leddgogues' sec' 'll' 111105 Xlasters C'henrietl Societv' Belt Who in American Colleges and ig Bi BI 'l il, A H fbi' I 'X llniversitiesz F.'I'.gX. H1'f41'11'S' tlllllll l"4ffl',lXf"'li' tt? T. Gil, -.wif pf' flu College Players, Pres. :ull-:wlg 1111- A lf 111, 'll' P1-1 1 ll Quintillian Cluhg Ratlio Cluhg 1lll1l12'gl?ll111S lllllflvlll 1l'111Q11' Haxlxergtt, Grltr-xi,tmiN14. NUW1111111 fil11l1- H111 IM Lgm 11512 fliluflluf' wichitll Fllllg ta tr Cottnttl. lhi .Xlpha Phi Sigma Alpha: Senior Mary Hmrlxltl XIHLN limi WMU! lau. Arden Clluh. "4" " " . 1 V - - 1' . rxtpha Rho tau. Rt-P. 491 'W511115 Html" l .1-1111111 Knplvm pi. flfrensi sw- XX. N. Nlasters Chenntal So' tietvg Beta Beta Beta. 'lreas.. HILPLR, jufxxxu Hubbard 50. Gammatlian Societyg Delta Tau lurixi-', Romtttt D. Denton Deltag Criddle Clubg F.T.A.g College Playersg Quintillian l,.xr:r,.Xt,r1t4t1.n li, Nlarshall Senior Mary Arden Club. Clnhg .Xlpha Phi Omega. Pi Pln Pi. ... ss f'5I 22' H- 233' ' 'fi' ' "" " if "I ' ' I 2 21l5'l'-The if WW 3 X 1 f f fy X ggyfn i' qu' 41: -V fa 4.- 1 1--- . f it S1 , ' , -- ,. X, ' x K 5 . 'V' ff f 2 X . , I van V ,,V,. A t ,f x ,f ,' x SW 'X G ' V 'sf y i l,ttn,txi, Sri Vernon Canlntatlian Sotiety: junior Mary .Xrtlen Cltthg W. N. Klas- ters Chentital Societxz Beta Beta Beta: .Xlpha Chi. l,lxx,-num, Rotalfitt W. Pharr Rio Crantle Vallev Cluhg ,Xlpha ftllll kappa Delta Pi. KUluI'I', Nlxtum-i.r lfort Worth Sigma Ian Delta: Sr. Mary .Xrtlen Clnhg Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pig .X Capella Choir: Chapel Choir: Crantl Chornsg 4 .X.Cl,. l,ox t-I rss, Bm IX lo Lolentan Xlrzlixtttaxif, lim Port Nethes NltCrat'ken Clnhg klelferson Co. Clnh. Nll'l".-Yllillil-l-, lattsa Big Santh .Xlpha Rho latt: Yarsitv Clnhg kappa Pi. NDIKINNI-N, litttarxtix Yan .Xlstyne Beta Beta Bela: Senior Mary .Xrtlen Clnh. lreas.. 'SIL era - mek 9 NltlxXlt.lll, kloxtr- lt nxt Nloxtt. Dottotnx l,tll'lSl' Beaumont Nia,-xky, lll',l,lCN Harlingen IUXJIKIXQIIIQI Sigma lan Delta: Senior Mary Canuuatlian Society: Senior Xlpha Rho lau: Senior Xlary Xrtleu: lf.'l..X.: ,lellerson Counf Marv ,Xrtlen Club: Rio Grande Xltleu Llull, tx Club, Ireas., 'SUI Baptist Vallev Club. Stutlent l'nion. Xlt Nt ll, l.xxt I lnot ltntoiton Nltsox, Nlatu Lott Nluntlay W. N. Masters. See, 50: Beta XMKKN' MMU V N UP" Nlootu, litttktx ,Il'Nl' Dallas BML, BCH. lV'l'P4' P-'PIM' lx-'l'l'Q" SU-' ilu? lr. Nlarx .Xrtlen Club: Cant' lflotlt llere Cotnnuttee. Set.: luatlian ASot'ietN'1 Kappa Delta Ulf", f3'l'l'- Pi: .-Xlpha Chi: Sigma 'llau Delta: Nleritunt. Nttw, fiUl.lzlA Beaumont Cantntatlian Sotietx: Interna- Xltfox, l-llxtuull ' I wllallax tional Relations Club: Press fwillllllliltllklllb NtltlL'lYI ,.5llltlCDl Club: plousc lpresidcnls Club: Rt-ltgtoux Lonnttl: ll Dt-lta i 1 X u Y K lvl-lx: Ix.C.l4..: leffm-mn Coun- l'l1l, Nloluaxn, C.t.lnottn lfott Xlotth U. muh, Rio -CNHI, Villx Bet'1Bet'1Beta. . ' ' . 't 99 "fy ' ' Club: lntervarsity Cluttsttan lfel- Xlmttts, Rims lexas Citi Iowshlp' 47: l'S'l"ix" 'iw' Quintillianw: Phi Delta Kappa: Riulw muh' Nlokms, Bn.: Ouanah V . Boots antl Satltlles Club: Fu- N"RwU""-OWMW Llillikslilllc umm I mx' IUMIAIXI' 'R' Dcmlm tnrelleathers ol Xniertta: ll es: Caunnatlian Sotietv: Stutlent In Illwmis' Religiottx Council: Otlain Phi- qyR,m,,N, yg'At,,A lyullm loxophx Club, Pres., lil: Politi- ttll'l'itUlltllllX Club: Sociology iflfllxl lrjwiil f?li,lPiwlTl' lslllf MOSS. BILL V H liuuts, lMt:lsA1s,,x Nlillsap 1' A .plfi fu' H L ld JP Nffflll RQIIISHS City. NIU. House P1'esitlent's Club: Sigma lm: NIMH VPU' 'Iau Delta: .Xlpha Chi. Xlnsw, C-Run Ballinger Xu-xta 'lilz Sigma Delta "ull: Ntsn. lusts Springtown liuuts. Btfrti lo Rayniontlville l'.xi'Ntc, DAN Gainesville l'liDltL0, JINIINIIE Saint Jo Gamniaclian Society: Chemistry Club: Beta Beta Beta: Phi Al- pha Tau: A. X.: .'X.Nl.A.. lreas., '50-'5l. l'l1ktnxt.xx, Ru Denton filllllllllltllllll Sotiety: A.M..X.: Chemistry Clttb: Masters Chenii- cal Sotietv: Beta Beta Beta. l,lu'lSltZlx, lflmxttttt, Coltlthwaite Press Club: Sociology Club: Po- tential Petagogues. l,lL.lil,l"., Nttlut. Nlenartl Press Club: Newnian Club: Campus Chat Reporter. Potlt, j. S. Williston l'ott'tt,tt, .fXNr1ft Dallas Senate Clerk. '5tl: Publication Connnittee. '5ll: Press Club, lreas.. 319: Motlern YVriters Club: Caniniatlian Society: Sr. Klart' .Xrtlen Club: Alt. Nlary Artlen Club: Xvesta. Associate Htl., Till: Campus Chat Reporter. it 1 1.33 -Q4 msn its 264 ww-wr T - -gf --- - KN bv- '.. ' J .-- -A Wx h ..,. if Z.. 31, s' ff 7 ' V f N .5 f Q x 1 mf 1 as c fa t, , ' V ' - 65" ' . If 4 t 75, . L4 fi t- Q - , , 2 ,cs c 2 - 2 - F . ,I bg., .., . fig! s. A A :.1...R5:- f ma ' " ' ' c 'v4,,.4. '-Q Sf: , - f, . f - ., , 155 -"- ' A ,.,, .. 1 ,au A - -i f at R " . - ,-A , - X X is 1. ,.,, .tis . . Post, Fkfxwcgiis Dellio. La. RtN.l5.l4S, Plots R. Cainesyillc- Sxiriu, All-,Wl:.l.l, Denton tlammaclian Society: Sigma 'llau Delta, Sec.-'l'reas., '50-'5l: li. D. Ross, Croiufx Bif.am's Krum Criclclle Historical Society' Al- Iauzsswoou. JIMMIPQ DALE V' Cammaclian Society: McCrac'lc- pha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi, Viqc. Alpha Lambda Sigma: McCrac'ls- en Club, 'ly-ws., '4cp,'50- 15, ly, prcsu -50g5l. lTl'I'N,x.: y,V.,mCn's Cn Clllb- Criddle Historical Society. Sec.- Choir, 'l'reas., '50-'5l: Alpha Chi, Sec.. Pulse, Pun. Cleburne Trojans. l,RUITl', Howmzn RAY Panhandle Falcons, Sec., '48, Treas. '49, Pres., '50: T-Club. RABML, A'VAL'l'lLR Hamilton Rams, HELEN LLoNA Lewisville Alpha Rho Tau. Sec., '49-'502 House Presidents Cltlb: A.C.E., Pub. Ch., '50-'5l: McCracken Club, Pub. Ch., '49: Kappa Pi. ROANE, Doius Gainesville Quintillian, Pres., '49-'50: Col- lege Players: Phi Gamma Kap- pa: Junior Mary Arden: W'om- en's Forum, '50: Supper The- ater. '50-'5l: Alpha Lambda Sigma: Phi Alpha Theta: Kappa Delta Pi, Pres., 'BU-'5l: Who's M'ho in American Colleges and lini- versities. R rits. CONSI Axczrz HAl,l, NViehita Falls Sfxsuuks, Rica-:Akin Kerc-ns SAND1-Licsox, Bicimii-i Corpus Christi Delta Sigma: Newman Club: Rio Crancle Valley Club. Seorr, CAMu.l,if3 Creenville Delta Chi Delta, Pres., Fall '5ll: Theta Sigma Alpha: Alpha Chi: jr. Mary Arden Club: Sr. Mary Arden Club: House Presiclent's Club. S1.AUcsH'rER, EAIILY' Anna McCracken Club: House Presi- dent's Club. . . . ssof'5 Sl Aximicn, Dokoi I-im Henderson Quintillians: Kilgore Club, Pub- lic Relations Manager. 230: K. O.li.D. Club: Director of Verse Speaking Choir, 230: Freshman Advisory lioarcl. S'll+1VluNStlN, IQIJXVARID W. Burlcburnett Press Club: Sigma Delta: Phi Alpha Tau. S'llNl-1,10 Ass Quanah Quintillians: Sr. Mary Arden Club: Debate Club: K.O.li.D. Radio Club: Phi Camma Kap- pa: F.T.A. lVA'l'l.llX1, jim Fort Worth Alpha Chi: Beta Beta Beta: Phi Alpha Tau: W. N. Masters Chemical Club: Alpha Mu Al- pha, Corr.-Sec.. 530: Flock Here Comm. 'l'HE'r1foRD, Louisi-, Lewisville Tuonxrox, DANA cjigm 'l'ow1'. Aczig Panhandle Ceelles. V,-Xl'l.llAN. lffxicicis Lubbock Political Economy Club, Vice- Pres.. 130: Philosophy Club. Vice-Pres., UW: International Relations Club: Sociology Club, VlLRMll.l.lUN, Rolstlki FIARI. Dallas College Players: Quintillians: K.O.li.D. Radio Club: F.'l'.A.: Cheerlc-acler 230. Vox 1.r.s, pl 1-.As Arlington State College Club. Antelope AVAl.l,AClf, l'iRANCl'.S Corsicana Sigma Delta Pi. W.-xi.l,LR, Hiii.l-.x 'l yler Kappa Kappa Kappa. Vice- Pres.. '5tl: Tyler Club, Vice- Pres., 49: Current Literature Club: House Presiclent's Club: Delta Psi Kappa: Women's Forum, '501 P.li. Professional Club. Wifiizlcs, KAIHRYN Bienville. La. mcle - wee , 265 D - 1 W1115. 1.mL .lm llglllgu xVlll.I.-XM5, N01-I., jk. lYiLl1it11l"z1lls lk-lla Signmg Beta Bela Bela. Wm Xll 1-x, l'l-1.4.x fQl'L'L'llXllll' fhlllllllli Clhul. Smiclx' Ed. 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Housed in the Manual Arts building, the School of Business Ad- ministration allords training to those who desire employment in such fields as accounting, advertising. stenography. research, insurance. gov- ernment service. and teaching ol business courses. An internship program has been set up that advanced students may correlate "classroom" knowledge with actual experience. The entire school has been constructed to aid business students in obtain- ing the greatest amount of knowledge and in preparing themselves for our system of commerce. 1 l A -alll, X, ,Fora S -Q " A 131 ..,l A X x I I' W f M , fif X 4 ch f K 5 Q 5 . .E www, f 'Hsu f ig Q" XX W 3 X4 'x v - C Qffi Kimi ' 'K' V . x whim 2 r, 7' , M f 1. .X ff: ffii 'mam C1I.ARFNc:I2 O. l 31aN'1 1.IiY fQARI ,mn I 1Rm ms1lmR I Il4iR1sl-.lu cllIRlTl7F.N 1 l.. NI. C.fJI.I,INS Eu P. Klux. alla. CAlwl.uNlf Cllzluzlli A. N. HARklsuN QIUHN 15.'I0llNSON C. I.. I.1T'1'1.If.Fl1f1,rm V. G. NIfxRsl1. x1,1. Alou R. P1-TPR: AIARY C. IQOBFRTSON NI. lf. Rouxlix' Tomi Roar, .Xmm'1'i 1 S'l'If.lDNIAN N. C. SlYl.l.IVAN ER1 .la VF.A'1'C:H R,x1.1'n YVOFFORID Hle1.lf,N XfVRlc:HT OPM. X'VRlCLH'l' faculty :va - u'ri 75 27 5 'Fili- W C?" 1 I ff" A lgtv f, ,f ,a J, XI XX XG1 NIILN1 Conflicting ideologies hut shown thc ticincndou-, 1- ' unc 'l'SI'llH ' tulc-r'n1iCC and Constructive' thouffht ' ' ' 'I f f ' 'ic nation 2 husin su LI iristw. A -1-Ii 'J ' ft' 0 ' 'LISGI rmh UU sl. . . A u . ml . AV . 1 U2 .- 7 Q h- t ' .1 lhflllk' . PIQRSONNIQL NIiXN.iXG1'QHIiNT ,XND SIiCR'IiT,XRIAL SCIENCE . . . Piivzite business and QOVCIAIIINCIIIZII service Cach day increase- thc liCflLlil'ClIlCllf5 lm' 130150115 well-trzlincd in stenograpliy and ollicc- routine. Many students Cach year earn their clcrgicc-s in this ticzld. A r XX f ff! Q X AQ, 1 A , f N 5 Miss W A ' ff W W 1 1 XR , Nxt Gift X' X " Q f, Q Qx. z 3 is-N 'f 1 if 29, ' 4 LQ : ffm . -:fu m V . 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W A .4 x 'K jsut vi. ms 7 'ff , ll.u1xI.u,It, N.-xi.-xIII, .Xngleton I1 Nlux Xiclen Cl I 'ee '48 .ii . .uJ,S'., ,- 'lflz fiklllllllillllllll Society: Green Xlaclxelsg Sei. ol' S0lJl10lHOl'C Class, '-H4-'-1915 Treas. of jr. 1 Class, 'IJ-'5Ilg Sr. Mary 1-Xrdeii Club, Pres., '50-'fnlg Nierituin, Yiie-Pies.. '50-'5lg ll.S.N.'li.. klusliie ol' Student Court. '50- 'GIQ Who's Who i11 Anieriean Colleges and Uiiiversities. '50- "Il H-xRI1IN, 151111 Kappa Pi Unie Club. lI.fxIun, Bois H,uuI,xx, 1.1 l,la Hfuuus, lxyxx Delta Sigina. Hminux, joi- Sigma Phi Nu. H I-.sIAxI1, il.-MLK gill New Lonclon NIa11agen1enl A rp C1'ux'e1a H a rrolil Nlaflisonville McKinney Business Club: ,Xlpha Lambda Pi: Kappa Pi Oinega. ., A ,if .. 4-Cf! HII'i:II, NIARIURII1, 'lexarkana K.O.1i.D, Radio Club. Sec., '49, Pres.. 'Bug College Players: ,Xl- pha Chi: Business .xillllll'liSll'2lA tion Club. Hoiifmn, CII,-uu.I-is IS., jk. Clarksville College Players. lloxi-LA, .xlilllllk .-X. Longview Pl1i Delta Kappag Pi Omega Pi, Vice-Pres., '50-'5lg Management Clubg Kilgore jr. College Clubg School of llnsiiiess Clubg FIPA.: I11te1'11atio11al Relations Clubg Blue Key '5lg Kappa Delta Pi. HoI'IiINs, lSIf'I"I1 Fort YVortl1 Pi f,lIlCg2i Pi: House Presiclent's Club. Hursi I-lbI.l",R, Ajolf Ozona Hl'l,lllzS, KIAM1-.5 AI.Ax Temple 'l'arleton Club: NI3I1HgClllClll Clubi Hl'l.lll4'S, RI',A'l IIA Alto wee' - . +C, AEN! Q-' ' I 'WM -J . 5 V ff, Z 'AM' WN, f I as f - 'Q Q, 3 f AX . ,.,, f .... 2225? WZ - 'Q ' L S.. a HUMI'HRE1's, JACK W. Paris Alpha Lambda Pi. HIVNIIQR, 'l'IIoMAs A. Galveston Sigma Phi Nug Chi Gamma Chi: Newman Clubg Manage- IIICIII Club: Gammadionsg Gal- veston Co. Club '50, Hll'l'CZlIlSSCJN, PVILLIAM RANDALL Irving gluziimx. IDIXIF ELAINI-1 Farmersville loiuvsow, VIoLA Groves L jelffersoii County Clubg Busi- ness Clubg F.T.A.g Symphony Orchestrag Grand Chorusg Wfom- en's Choir. ylouxsox, CII.uLIa'I Houston Concert Band: F.T.A. joimsiom. ICE L. 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'48-'-lil: Phi Sigma Xlpha. Vice, Pres.. '49, Pres., Spring '5tl. Rush Capt.. lfall Till. NlCfilll.l.0UtQll, Hiwtu' Dallas NICIJANIICL, Bifxxnf ji-'as Rithlantl Pi Omega Pi: F."ll..'X.: Phi Theta Kappa. Melirvririrs, Atccqrilif. New London Kappa Pi Omega. lvlfziitlllzlfz, Mrimznicrt. Wimlham, Ohio MASK, Low Weatherlortl Pi Phi Pi, Corr.-Sec. '5U: Busi- ' Q? 45 if v Q ,Q 15? lg 1 Way' ,. , 'Q x MQ! Xb fxfgx K . L,1.f..f.,,. - .- x i 0 Q ff hlliADUR, IRLNI- Collinsville F.'l'i..X.: Gamma lheta Epsilon. NIl1.tit'lcx, .hm Weatherlolil NI11t:ttr1.l.,Nl,uu l.ot' lexarkana Delta Chi Delta, Qntl Vice-Pres,. '50-'5l: Management Club. Set... '50-Til: Sr. Mary .Xrtlen Club. Mom ri, xl.-wiczi. lionham Gammatlion Soeietv: Pi Omega Pi Nloxtixettl-, .-X. W. lfort Worth Talons: ll.S.N.'lQ. Sr. Senator 50. Xllltllllf, Wi xl-.1 ii Rell Springs NIORKIS, .-Xu Nui Canton Club. ness Club: Parker Co Pi Omega Pi: lili..-X. .1-hool pf In . 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Amarillo Nlanagement Club: Panhandle Club,YTreas.. 50: Nlember, ot Society for .Xclvancement of Xlanagement. Xvlllxlnll-,R. Bonny xVlfl,l.S. IVIJAN li. Marshall XNn.u.u, 5IllRl.l'N NIM' Weatherford l'arkt'r County Club, 'Vite'Pres.. '50, 'l exarkana Chi Sigma Phi: Management Ll ub. Denison 'l'reas.. Fall '49, Rush Cap., Spring '50, Sec.. Fall '50: Sherman-Denison Club, Vice-Pres.. 49: jr. Mary Arden Club: Sr. Marv Arden Club. Wnrtu, BIARIHA Delta Chi Delta. Wurrifi, Sm Amherst .Xlpha Phi Omega. Sec. 330. XVHl'll'lSllJli, Butte Denton Kappa Kappa Kappa: jr. Marv ,Xrden Club. Wu.l.lAMs, BILLY Bonham Pi Phi Pi. x'Vll,l,INCl'lAM, ARl.l+1N1c Perrin Cammadion Society: Pi Omega Pi, Rep.. '50"5l: House Presi- dent's Club: F.'I'.A.: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: McCracken Club: jack County Club. Wu us, .XNxt1l'lr. .Xbilene X'Vll.l.s, Victim Denton Sr. Mary Arden Club: F.T.A.. Baptist Student Union, Execu- tive Council, '50, Mfoou, JOHN Texas City Pi Phi Pi: Concert Band: Aces '50. 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Bolllly Moore John Lewis Moore, III Morgan 'l'l'llCll Morris Hall Gene Murphy Skllill Myers XX'iIlizllll Nichols l,iI1l QICRIII fllJl2lllllCl' George flillllll Gene fl.llUllllCll Nl1ll'Ylll Padgett .xllllll Page lillon Pilylll' -laik PZIYHC Virginia Pirzlino Rilllilklll Pliler I We lf in jf, 41 Nancy Mayes 1 V0.5 iQ A ' jack M esser Glenn Montgolnery TOP: GREAT RESPECT AND ADMIRA- TION are slmwn as Halloween Queen Geral- dine Heninger and King Ernie Marvel move fonrwarcl for eolonnlion. BOTTOIVI: QUITE DISTASTICFUI, is the cigarette "l1exed" by Polgar. f V ln fi . I , -..WY - x ff? x V ll ,'L21' W yiyk 1, 1 4- Q. f W., 1 ,S ,l . f ix f gm, ., in f, N N f I ' w3x v: V f , Z., xx . ,ya-5 V - f .N ' Njgyzwyyw J - "" 1 :.,.:Qw.,' wg, f X, W 5, ,, , ' G f wx? fig 5 ff X tg lvl! f 5 EQ A Y 5 ff 'Eh wi X 745 Z2 QV. Q K , Q! QE, i 4 13 X .,., . .. 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Turner Doris Walker Patsy Yllallace uloknn Mlallis Ivan Vllhistler C. Don Whitaker Victor V. Wiesner, jr. AI. Don XfVilliams William Alfred Winder Buddy Wise Iolm Vlloodruff BRA WN, BICEPS, AND BEA UTY me the stock in-trade of Bill Willis and Troupe as they pfraf tiee before daily frowds beliincl Hnrriss Gym izaszzmz. juniors ar - zic f f 5 .fo QB: wi ,Wx W , cum ?f"ffQ 291 'Qu xg --audi M- l,XXlliS CLXRI. Nl.X'l"l'lclliXVS, l3.A.. NIUX., Ph.lJ. i limo: of flu' Srlfool of lflllltillfliflll l'if'1'-I'w.xifle11l of lin' f,'oHf'grf l'H'.sirlt'11I-l'fl1'r'l of lllz' Coflvgc' t e schoo of Ever progressive. the School of Education made two important advances this year. offer- ing lor the first time in teacher training history here a doctorate degree and laying tentative plans to move into its new. spacious building on I-Iighland Street and .Xvenue C. .-Xlthough it has an increasingly diversified curriculum, NTSC was created primarily lor training and supervising teachers and it con- tinues to lullill this purpose with great ellective- ness. liver since "'I'eachers College" days. graduates have become outstanding educators. Besides practical experience available for students in the Laboratory School and near- by public and county schools. education majors have a wide choice ol' teaching fields. Majors in any one ol, eight lields are available, includ- ing elementary and secondary education. ele- mentary, secondary and public school adminis- tration. psychology. guidance. physical educa- tion, health, recreation. and industrial arts. 4 .bwvnv-...,,, , f Q t ,XRIIIVR llllll BLAIR PLS.. NIA., lf,tl.lJ. f'1',N fm ' 0- vu.. I -X gfiiyzf. , R K A Q . lx XM ., . Iurlur rllion S 1 1 K K 0W'rnfX " i my-' 1 ,R O - , V, 4 H .I 5 if--Q. me 'M W R , fi -Y V A If ik, Q' X I .WZ yagff ' , ..., ' Rom :cl XX xx xi Xin us Sun I,l. .Xu lu-n l3l..,tfelust'ltx 'I In-.Rox .ltinsox l-'otrls lloxxll-3 Col ll-R,-xl. MIS.. XXI.. lxd.lJ. IHC.. .X.Nl., l'I1.lJ. .X.ll.. NIA. Bb.. NIA.. lad.lJ. lnlfmulfov Mlmol lmllmlrirll :Iris .llr11's l'l1y.xiful lxrluczllioll Il'orz1f'n'.x l'l1v.vir'1ll Ifllllfflffflll .,,4- .4--QQ' ,,,, ,sk , Q x in 1 I M i w w,,4 ff I' ,J 'W QW! xg - 2 K4 ' ,. , 31, ,591 Usf. X Es., I 53 f S 3 2 v QQ Q .,-51,-v'. 1. 'ASQ , -. 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R. hkwlx, fI1llIl.Xflllll A115 kllfklsrikl l'1ikRl1.l,, 1J!IY.S'1C'Ilf l'.ffI1t'IlfIllI1 ' , .,,, S. fp I ' . l , A ,, .,,. ,.,,.,,,, -'H I ...Q 3,wW' faculty N Qx AX WN wx 'N X X 1 W x :1AAA , 2 x. , 5 r X 1 R l Slam,,xH I IARR1ss, Pl1y.s1'1'r1l l'fH'I1f'Ilfl'lHI l3l+l' l'Y llUl.l.,-XND, l'l13'.s'1'r'11l 1ffl11f'1lI1'm1 IQOLAND Ionxsox, Imlzumtury .Sclnml XV X f1UOl'liR,PflY.S'IAl'llll':llI1l'Yllf1HI 1 I 4 2 5 r A. G. KDENIII, Educalion EDITH KIIDEc:R, Physical Education D. C. K.IER, Education . .1-1" 4 8 Ar' 1' 'S FRED NICCAIN, Physical Education -IERRY NICCAIN, Indzzsirial Arts CAROLINE MCGOWN, Physical Education "' CAROLYN Mc:MLILI,AN, EClIlCf1fI'OI1 N191 NINA NIACKLINI, Lnl1oI'11lo'ry School HOMER AIONEY,1IIdIlSl7'lfllf17'lS Qs- YI LIIc:ILI.E NICICLY4, L.IllIOV17l0'J'y School M' VV. H. NLINN, LIIIIUVIIIUTY School "H-f -.AM AIARY G. PERRY, l.al1omtory School RITA PILKICY, Physicrzl Ell'Il!'Illl0Il " 'M ANNAIaIsI.I.Ia PRITCIIARD, Education ,ff ELEANOR RAX'NEV. l.,ubomlory School lfRI'I'z ROBICRSON, lllflIlSll'I.Ul Arts IOHN RowI.IwI'I', Incluslriul A rls -'-s W 'E W , rw ., . N . PRED SLACK, I hyszcal lzducallon I-I. G. SIIANDS, Physical Education LESLIE E. SORRELS, 1lICl'llSlTl'Ill A rts any if lzET'I'A SPARKS, Lczbomiory School fam '. EVA STAPLICTON, Laboratory .School I. ""' , A OLIITA TAX'LOR, Regzstmr, Lab. School I BETTY JANE TROTTER, Physical Ed. ,lf LOTTIE VVATERMAN, Eclzlcution and Music f','?' :L ...U -IAMES F. WEBB, Edzlcution ALVIN WHITE, Industrial Arts faculty 53. gl, M . M-w,,.,,, N V ,M s ll "Y 73 fftE...,g.x ,. t Wwymi' I f tt , t 1 ,l .M ,M -we Q fx' - f,,4,g:swf,,.. ,1 .yv5tw:fWY?Y92" NFA A W 5 4 - . S 4 fvmbwsw O , WM '4.a, tMv . EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY Frotn the first knowledge of ourselves in Freshmen testing . . . through our observation and Unit-Building courses . . . to the latest thrill we experienced in helping children to find theni- selves through deinocratic action . . . great in- sight and satisfactions have been our constant treasures. 2 lNDl'S'l'Rl.Xl. ARTS lX'l1ilc CUllCCl'llCLl gxlauul lllis lllllllCl' ul bc- Uillllllg Sl,JCC1'll1SlS Ill licllls lluluslriall . . . bc il 1 L 1rpc11L1'y.zlxxlmllolivclncclmgxllics.z11'c'l1i1ccl111'c:xml ll111ll1l1g.c111lls or mwclliuc slump cmpcrnlimm . . . we' mv lamm' llml ilu' wmlal exports :marc llum IIlL'l'Ll xlglll Wllll our l llll lllt' wurlll m-mls mlnll k 'Q mls . . . Im' 111 ll lL'CllIl1L"ll 'wc . .,. lgL'llllL' . . . glml lmmls. 2 wi" -.. x, 'A 7 xx l ,gg intra: ,, , 4 4' A 2 32 5 . , Q is t 3 i., 'W M My J' , s X K, 'lx ' M Vafxfr .ff 5' S5"'3i3e 3 . HE.-XIXINH, PHYSICIAXI. I+fDlVC.X'l'ION :mtl R1'iCRE.'XIliIf,N .-Xs problems of tiutimml Lmtl global scope im-- pcugc upon our tuintls . . . wc haw lountl ll way to rclicvc some ol' thc tensions and IJliCSSlll'LfS tlimugh rclaxzttiou :md l'CCl'C2lli0ll . . . kmmistg that i'tC2lili1'y' hodics assist in keeping hcgthhs minds . . . :mtl healthy mimls may hc ctltuzztctl along paths ol' liiciiclly strilc. 11111, l1xx1 1.11 1 x Iowa Pail 13.111, YIRCLINIA ANNE Fort Worth llnuimiox, V.fwe11f McKinney Kappa lx.1pp.1 kappa: .Xlpha Pl1i flilllllllll Kappa: .'X1'li11gto11 Rho la11: lf. l . X, 1X lkl"l,l'K'N,. Stale Ciluhg I-PIDA. Slfllllg 'Hill l 151 AIR, l5ll,l llallam 11 1 1 1 1 lfalconsg l111l11sl1oial .Xrls Clulap Xlllx 11111 1 1.-1111111111 Ax1lfNi5s'1't1'll1D 1 ll ll'lul ivlglfl NUC KC11 G-PX-1 ll-S-N711 . . 'U ew 11 ll . JL . .1 111.01151 -50 I-I'l'..X. 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Professional Cluhg F.ill.,X.: W.R.fX. Bnowx, A11111,11.1A Waco lin. if 4 A 1. 2' ' 'in 1 'TTT' l 1 W! wel me ,i MD if 'E .,. 5, . .f,l:.:: :- S , 1 .. fa 1 2, 1 M, A :. I.. c gy 48 .iii 1 iii W K ,W ff' " f ,A , - ' ti 42 Uni, M' ma. We ' It rl -'P ., A , s .g. .pi J Q Z ' ' 5 AS-SV 55.7 ' p- x , . W I As A. , Q' f gf-A 1 ' . ft .a gQ . i 1 , i . K W il I ia -4 I aff , . f .K W f ff he , .. . .1 Z , , . Q m Q yy 2 ' 3 ' , 3, ff C" , , A J' v fy iw, fri - ', 4555? .. f ' ,f t- 1.6. 44, , K.. , 4.21 sy Bin, 'r fl at .2 3 . H. 2 A A f N A rx as by jf 2 I", , I in ., 7 -. ..,, ....,v - ,vi-,Vw -., - A V fy: X . x Q7 I Q. - M ,... , : J .. K , A , , ,M Q qngw x x N: , 1 -W E QQ, I, - C ml 1, 4- ff, Wi .ff f ' . . . M- " l ' it f ft? P .1 ', A BRUMIN' VI-tim LHR Dallas C'.x1.notrN, Nrrwrx l'yler CHIIJLS, lrrox u Moffat Cokrl-A'. f,il'URt.l' Winnsboro F.T.A.3 Pi Omega Pi. lilll.l,ARD, Nrm Lou Covington BURKE, Blu. Denton Alpha Phi Omega, Pres., Fall '50. BURNS, JAMES H., AIR. Denton BUTAUD, BERT Port Arthur Jefferson County Clubg Political Economy Clubg Football. BYRD, Lorrm N. Dallas F.T.A. CALDWELL, Lois C, Stamford f'A CH t s -pf' Club. Ret. bet., 14all 903 Corres. Sec., '-491 Kappa Kappa Kappa. Tyler fiAN'lRlf.Ll.. Njo Axxr liorger XCF'lf'lC'X' ' ' ' 1 . J. .., . Cammathan bo- tietv: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi XlWl'l,l., kltll-1 Denton Beta Alpha Rho Beta. Sec. '50- v.. :ilg Industrial Arts Club, Pres. UU- ful. 1 Iaamei mu., Wrrnox C. Falconsg Alpha Chi: Industrial Arts Club: ll.S. "W Fort Worth N.l. flAR'l'laR, Cmcros lfarmcrsville Phi Delta Kappa: B.S.U. Clufxmmm. C1l,uu.rgs H. Petrolia Inrlustrial Arts Club. 1-.I Club. ntzurr, WM MAN W. A'vC2llllCl'fOliLl Clubg Parker County lilec tra Business CILMUNS, IMRM-ix M. Management Club: Clubg Alpha Chi. C,iOl4l"l4l'., X'1kr.tsl,x Fort Worth ilr. Mary Arclen Club, Pres.. 49: Meritum Honor Society, Pub. Ch., '503 Kappa Theta Pi. Sec., '5U. Corrt, Em Lotrlsrw Fort Worth F.T.A.g YVesley Players. 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Q D. . l,.-XNLSIUIN, Dux XID I Bunn cn N RCLICZIIIUII .Xwuiallinng III. X, cmlmmq HKU Uh! Ic :gui ul' XX'mncn X'uIc'rsg XX'mn- ' " " " I cnk lllmir. VIII: Urziml Cllmrus l.JAlIhII',R, Klaxxl in D xII1S I'i Phi I'i. Iles Idll , . ulufrv Chi J Intel ll'llCIllll ISIIIII, Inxlxn C.ms1czln'x Comuilz K mmm ION 1 I Ixums. Xlrmlikls ll, Nliflmnlm. Miss. I UVHORN' M H Rodxul Vice'-I'1'es.. Scum Llisx 'O 1 Izllons: Foothill 'nd lc-am Iixsl N, Iivxm x Mission Clmifcrclicc C emu Xlphn Chi: Kappa Dcltzl I'i: If. IQX.: Riu C-rzlnclc X'uIIc-X' f.IllID1 XXRNIQ-X' Iftbllllliilfillll IJHINKV ANN Dumas I".T..X.: XX IRE. X R P lux: X. lm' Xxx Iiilgmx- lZI11hg RL wmux I mph ms In I . X.: ,X.L.I',.: Iiilgurc Clollcgc Cioumil: Ildli s II Chili X1lrc1Slz1II.'I9.'3I II. I'.I',. R R '49.f.f"' in l H .,,,..N.:..... i -531i 1' I 1 1- fb 7' RL ...1 f, I w x-lm NG f , ,.. :EZ all , f fl z Q ga I lv, XV. I-I Iml XXo1lh ,7 X 1,171 ff , i as ' Q ' W F Q ,774 et e lb f W f H 4 . I f QW? 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Pres., '50-'5l: Phi Delta Kappa: Kappa Delta Pi: Square Dance Club, Pres., '48- '49-'50: F.T.A.: A.C.E.: Falcons: Inter-Frat Council '49-'5O: Inter. Comm. Council. Locx, HOXN'ARD Christoval LOCRLIN, EDXVARD H. Waco Phi Alpha Tau: Wlesley Players: lf.'ll.A.: N'Vesley Foundation. Iowii, JOAN Valley View Lowlz, THORA Nizeiinr Olney LOZANO, CONRA11 Harlingen Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, '30 BICCASLAND, HELEN Tulin Sigma Tau Delta, Pres.. H313 Senior Mary Arden: Panhandle Club: F.'l',A. ZNICCONNLLL, Bffrri' jo Fort Worth A.C.E.: F.T.A.3 Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi. BICCULLOUGH, NORMA Amarillo Panhandle Club: Psi Chi. BICGEHEL, LLOMA Collinsville A.C.E., Corres. Sec., '50-231: House Presidents Club: Gamma Theta l'psilon. bl,-XBRN, HAI. DEAN Burkburnett MAoI.1'r'ro, SAM Tomball P. E. Professional Club: F.T.A.: Tarleton Club. . . Sbyjfdfssy fag jog ,, BIANN, .XLIA Lui, Valley Mills F.T.A.: XX .R.,X. MARr.R, BIADONNA Milwaukee, Wis. BI,-NR'llN. EMMA Lot' OLIVER Wichita Falls BIARTIN, JAMLS Gainesville .-X.C.E.: F.T.A.: Gamma Theta Upsilon. BIARIIN, V. W., JR. Beta Beta Beta. Valley View Panhandle NIARVLL, HERB Falcons. Pres., 130: 'I'-Club, Treas., '49, Sec., 'Sth Football: Track. hlA'lHlS, RI.-XMI-QS O. Phi Delta Kappa: F.'l'A.: Blue Key: International Relations Club: Alpha Rho Tau: Kilgore jr. College Club, Pres.. '5O. Longview .Ii ff fa. t I . i f ' K X41 1 img? f . i f .,:. """' ff - I,.,. v, jj is f s ff sf lbdsftf 6 I if I Fx' ft ,i v M 92374 Q ff Aj a!! 4 04 Q kjnyy f Ng , gf i ,I ffjffx Q3 f 7, 1! jf? S! 1 fff W 1' f f f ,f 7 f . , A 1 ' 5 ZZ f 5 ,A K' ' ,I ' M Z Y if fi 1 ' yi , pf , X! 1 gpm-,Q-C. Clifton Students .iss MA'IsoN. l.I.oi'Il V. F.T.A.: Lutheran sociation. MA1 'I'LAf.L, PU If Crawford BIAULDIN. NIAXINF Stephenville Keller NIEYLR, DORIS Phi Gamma Kappa. Parl., 49: Sr. Mary Arden Club, Rep., 130: Green Iackets. NIIDC-LTT, XVALDINL. Denton .-X.C.E.: BSU. NI1xir:R. ROBERI .X. Dallas BIINICK. SARAH Dallas - . lass of '5 hem - min il Y l l 2 l ,i .1 El t l 1 K i gli it l if Hi V11 U34 EJ, 1- fil ll X il I 213 M3 li ti is 'tif ri ii Qi X, ii' Ili .iii ily: nl yy, li? l ,N ii lil ill? 303 gif, lj':' his XI1111 XII. XI11:1xx I31:11lx' XI1111111. I'11:11x1 I-1111111-111ilI11 lx-lllllfll-5 11111111113 C. 1' Al ll 1l 11111111111 171111111111 l.I111111x, NI1111111. llxlixlx 1.. Xxxlic XI111:111s. H1111 xlllll XI1 1 1 Ill, 11 x Ill Y1:1111111 XXIXIXX, .X11111111 S111i1l1xill1- l".l,.X,1 I'l1i Il1'Il.l K11l111glZ I'1'1'- l.g111' fvllllll l1,S.l', X111,1x11, I'11111111x l.1:1x1'I111'1I Xl11l1g1 i.I1i1 Ii.111l1.1 IJ1-llgl I'i1 X.C1.li.3 I'.I.X.: KI1. XILIIIX X1'1l1'11 c-lllll: S11 XILIIAN .X1'1l1'11 C.I11I1g fllllllllhl vlll1'I.l l'11xiI1111, 511, X111:111x. NI1111 xxx 5111111 I,Q1k1'. In. X11111 lx. I1-mr li. l,111111z11'1l 0.11 x1,xx, I3111a1:x R xx' fllillllllll U1 IYIAR, R111.1-11 CiIiIl1111 I'111x 1 1-11, .I1,1111x Nfllflllll .X.CZ,lf..: l'lZllUlllS. Bus. Nlgr.. 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'-Ill-71113 Inter S111'111'ilx' CI1111111'il. Pres.. 'Bill lf.'IL..X. l'1-'xx1x1.111x, R11x' Mi11111i s.lf.11.11. , 1, ' II11'111l1111111'l1111 l'l'IIII 1 XIXIN I 'Iz1l1111s: IllLlllSll'l1ll .Xrls fllllll. , . X1111'-I'11-s., :1Il- Jil: l NN. I .. 80111111113 '-I7-"IS, " . . ,I ' . ll1'111111111111 Illfll-I0 NI XRIIIX H1111sC l'1'Csi1IC11l's cllllllj R111 C-1'z1111l1' Valllcx' K1l11I13 .l1'fI1'1's1111 f.1llIllIX' C.I11I1: I'.I..X.g .X.f..I'..: .lll'5IJ2llllSll l'l:1x'. ff" ? 1 V " hx. Z . . A v L X , N, any wx T 'EW 6, 1 Qx' K. if If . f "111a..,' I 11' Z ! ,A 'PAV ' xx wwf I f , 5 ' Q - T Q3 1 .,. If , 'a-1: 1,1 -1, ' ff? 1 fb' we, Pi ggi V f 'W I A 111 f , I'1f1.1'1:, fnliNIi Dallas CZl11I1 V:11'si1x'. X'icc'l'rcs.. 23115 l'I1i .'Xl11l1:1 'I klll l'IIlI,I,II'S, H.-xR1.11x Rox' C:11111111 I'.T..X.: 'I'yI111' jr. CZ11lIf'gc Cl11l1. l'IIIXI.XX 13111111115 'IQYICI' 'llylcr Collcgc CI11I13 .X.C.Ii. l'IllS, Rfllillflll XV New 1.1111111111 l,I.l'XII,I-,la, Ros, I'111111-11, M. Iffl. X XI I'Nl' R,-xx, B111111110 N. I,z1kcx'icw H1111sC l'1'csi1lc111's XVCQI t l1C1'f11r1l lNI11111'C. Oklil. CII11l1g 1X.C.Ii.: I'. I I'.111I1 1111ll1 fllllll. .kv , yy Y iw- , E1 .Lf f 4 . R 31 4,11 XWWW 'W ffgyff' 12210 .. .. --14 - V' Z f 3. , , 1 1 f ff , Ax if 1 95- N Quinny' RA1'x111xu, fiARUl, College Players: .Xhilenc Sigma 'l'z111 Del- lil: Cluh Varsity. R1,Asox11R, SAM RF1111. W11,1.1Ax1 la. R1f1'1'31,, DORO1111 R1c:HAR11soN. CHAR R11:1-1.fxR11r'0N, .lor NI Rosmasox, lAx111.1.1a VV.R.A.g P.E. Pr l"1,11't YVOrth R11:111oke Dallas W111,nox Hawkim LES . AlCStlllllC Vallexf Nlills ofessi1j111z1l Cluh. W al' I 1 X J WS CY X 'IW' 1 hi K K sf 17 ' ' W ! 5 N 'u..., lC.- 5.1 4.5, 3 K 2 Vs 'K 1 . , ri., 1' f ' X 1' ,f f .',1.f31:::::. 1 .V 1 If fy! K 3 111 1111 Kr' " may , l l i xi z- , H It ..-1 W ., f if ns Q , ,,, ,, 1 " ' 1 ff ,. , aim, 2' H 2111 , Wiz 1 l ll ' , ft 1 , ' -,- '1 41 5' '-,jlfff ii? 'WG' if . R111s1.k1s. Ck1'.1.ok1' L11 Hallam Sl'l.l', l'iRIIl lle11t1111 8111111111 X1111x1,x l',llIllN Pl1i Della Beta, Sec.. '5ll: 1Xlphz1 fillllllllll 'l hem l'pxil1111: Xlllllil Pl1i Ornegzt: Kappa Pig .Xlphzt Chi: filllllllllltllilll Sflliclx: XC RI111 rlillll cl2lll1Cl'kl Clluhp Sigrnu 5l'M'l'l1l. P111 l11wz1 Park lf.: Kllllllll lleltzl Pi. I D li lleltu. .xlllllli Chi: l".l..X.g lhi Delta Kappa: li. D. flfllllllk' Historical Society: Alpha Pl1i fllllCgLl1 Ro111fk'1mx, I.,0l'lS Dallas c'hal?el ,f'h"'r: .l"5'x',l " smmf S111111111, NIAI11' V1111.1x1x 1,1111 11'i1-11' . . . tor. -lil-all Pres. P111 I1-111' PI11 ,. , 1 A Alpha Rho Tall: Phi l1ps1l1111 xl IA I.. ' mji 5 ,N 1-fm N lxtlgure lr. College Llulm, SKI.. 1-111, 111-111. wal- 51011111 111 1111111 A PM Aux- ?Ef'4"?"5FU' 1 In 1111- .x.1:.11.- lf.l.X.' 11.1.11 . ' D .- ' lxev. Pres., pull-nl: Senior Clam ' ' ' Plll Delta Beta. Pres., 11113 Pres ,SU-.Sp wlmk WIN, in Slllllllf 131111111 Club: Kappa Pig ' ' 'H V I l l . . 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'50-H311 XV.R..X.1 Nlgtrx' .Xl'tlL'll fillllll Sr. Nl.111 SI-,ll5l'Rlf .IAN11 li. I,ClllUll Health C1111111il. '-lEl35ll. .Xl'llCll Cilulvz lf. l'. X. . . . lass of '5 nw -Sw 305 306 slotutll. .Xxxi ml. Denton S1 Klux Xitltnflub ' n' v, . XX onie s loiunl: RlIltlCl'g1ll'lCll l,l'llDLllif' flllllll llollege Cllorllsi .X.C.lf. Sll 1 tu lt. Klum li' tx Dallas ll. l . X. scum-tc. I.ot'ts1f Itasca I ,txitt Its: 1- ig NIAXIXI' Paris Sigma 'lau Delta: .Xlpha Chi: l-.'l..X. I xii. Xl.tlu..uu-I Nlarlin I hi Sigma Alpha. I ntou, l'i-.t.r.i' lisllutk Ifarmersville Kappa lheta Pi. I lll'IlfURll. .XLXIN li. Lewisville I llltilll ploxma YO2llilllll l'uosu'soN. AIAMICS N., JR. Chickasha. Okla. Industrial Arts Club: Los Cabal- leros: Square Dancing Club: Iiesas Safelv Assn.: F.T..X.: .Xnierican ancl lexas Voc. Assn. l'uoxu'sox, VL.t.sm lmx Dallas l".'Il..X.: Cannna 'lheta Upsilon. ISIIIIRAIOND, RAX'NlllND C. Atlanta, Ga. l'IsIu.n. SHlRl,l'Y Ili-I,-xsu Fort XVorth lf. l..X.: A.C.li. 'I RIIXV. DAN XfVellington Chi Sigma Phi: Panhanclle Club: 'I arleton Club. liunr., ANNA BlCl.l.l? Cisco .X.C.F. 4-: 1':-any, 'ggli fm it ' 'I ' if i"i?'? X l't'l.l.Y. EDDII-1 l.a Porte Industrial .Xrts Club. 'l'uklt1i'1:'ls. ARLIIC Vernon .l. l".T.A.: Student Religious Coun- til. Secretary '50-'5l: Phi Alpha Tau, Secretary '50-'5l: Color Cuarcl Marching Band: Inter- national Relations Club: Bitte Key '50, uitsiak, MARY CNIIYIERINIL Vlichita Falls .X.C.li.: jack County Club. 'l'uIu'1-ix, D. Denton .Is xr isox, Mfuuna Abilene Delta Psi Kappa: Professional Club: W.R..X.: 'lumbling Club: XVeslev Ifountlation: Square Dance Club. .u'r.u.txx, Ruin Hosifokn Denison Political Economy Club: Philo- sophy Club. V. Pres.. 1950: In- ternational Relations Club. Sec. ,501 Sociology Club. VAuc.HN, CLENNA Joi' Dublin ii' 's 'B' s 'C "UQ Q.- , vm fl X 0- 's- x,,wRZ!!lg 55, I 'uv 'rj'-1+-5f WALL, RICHARD T. Fort Worth "T" Club: Basketball '-18-'49-'50: P.F. Professional Club. WA1.1.,xtt1'. DoRoT11r Whitewright Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Delta Pi. W,x1.'11A.R, lxl.-XRIANNI' Plainview Delta Cl1i Delta. Rush Capt. 'Slip Senior Mary Artlen Club: Ffl'.A.: Panhantlle Club: Soci- ology Cl11b. AVl'.l.llORX, fil.l"XNA xlL'KlIlIlL'N' W1111111 cil"RAl,lJ Moran If.'I'.A.: A.C.E.: Alpl1a Rho 'l'au: Phi Del: Otlam Philosophy Club. WH111f, L. jfxmlcs Corsicana Phi Delta Kappa: Blue Key: F.'ll.A.: A.C.E.: IlllCl'll2lllOll2ll Relations Club: Associate .Ins- tiee, 1950 USXAI' Court: Pre- Law Club: Institute of Orvani- Q . D lation Leatlerslnp. W111'11f11A,1.11, Q11-as Dubli11 l".'l.A.: .X.C.li.: Nl. E. N. C.: House Presiclent's Club: Tarle- ton Club. Avlllllllliq, Piiorsrg L1'12 Vlatlxsboro X . W ...,. f -ag. , . 5 A 7 R 1 . M' l " " fu ? ef R. ...itll i xwfy ,og -- :Q kawr' 'Agn l tis? I ,. Q ' ,, 1 1 '33 . "" ,ah-'xy ' X 4, 'z B --qw Q 'f 'iiz .Tige- -fo an 1... Plano W11,1..1As1s, .'ANNL'l"I'Ii A.C.E: College Players: Poten- tial Petagogue: Green Jackets: F.'I'.A.3 NI. li. N. C.: Wo111e11's Choir. W11.11.xx1s. l5,xR1s.xR,x Whitewright .X.C.li.: l3'.'lC.A.: Cammaclians. lX'11,11.u1s. H. C1.11+oR11,.lR. lftlgewootl W11.1.1.xA1s, AIOI-f B. Gatesville Phi Alpha Tau: Industrial Arts Club. W11,11,xx1s, jonx H. Opelika, Ala. Youth Director. Nlethoclist Church. AYILLIS, NIHRA N111 Denton Wirsox, ql1'RRi' Bells Arlington State Club: Delta Sigma Omega. XV11.sox, M1t:11A121., XIR. Gainesville Intlustrial Arts Club. Sec. 330. MWZ. :WZ .,'.. 3 rw 'Pi ,R .. 1 Aw'Wf . , . f . . M 1 1' , Jw 5 G' .Aff . ., 1 ww - " y :gr ,,,, 5 I W H ,. Q k k if ,f Lg' , A .Sr , - " QW an ' W . , - . ,..,,,, ,,., 1 , r A li lm 1 if ai Q .l RR 't"'9" "3""! 'R f T ""' TRW' 5" .I 'gf 1 ,A YVOLVERION, Ronnie Denton Kappa Theta Pi. Wox1Ac.1x. Lousr I-'ort Worth XV.R.A.: Professional Club: Delta Psi Kappa: Senior Mary Arden: F.T..X. Woolwwaium, F. l.1fw1s Delta Sigma: lf.T.A AYRILHI, HENRY Psi Chi: Falcons. ll'R1r.H1, PM jtyxxlra RR.-'tIlS'lRl'l1 1, HARRY C liRowx. l,AlSN 1.1 lNli. lt'x1,1.1 1. 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Z up f 2 1' iv f N , X ' 4 X l'lovcC Brown A Q ,L All A gg 4 Z Nlurx Burk , , Qu tr, Bill Clurncs A 52,-If ff' f f Z ,fn tm 'x' Xlzlric Cu' iwllll as 1-Ligllllli QW 6, w, 4 lfw wr I, fy af 4, if , f' 1 . ky. ,mth gl f'-Vu' ' ' -Mwgh f' - f ". ,fl ff -V R X ,f ,, 1 , 5 A, AA I N A ,QQ ,, I v fy 2 V ,, ,, ' f My Qfxgw I , CAIWPUS' POLITICOS Plllff' f'r1u1lbru'g11 jaoslfrs for fall olllliors' rflecfions. Hflflll zue1'e.911Cce5.sfl11l. I if 9 ps, ' X f X W JQWQ 'Eff ga N, 5 , " 'K ' ff .x ZIV has WS? 'WS' S , . ywZ, z,, V555 la Nfw- W A ff . Q 1 f , f f 45 Z 'US .W , x 5 Q S x 4 gif X '38 ff? X Q if X . Q -ffyg . i ww.. ix, .- , 5261 f X k . gw ,, X, X , My kv X ., 9 K W Yiw , X 'S s X 6 , : '.,', 8 lgnlelle Cox lignrlxaral .Xnn Craig ,Indy Culwcll JoAnn Currens Sana Davenport .lim Davis john L. Davis Alnscphinc Davis Lmienan .Xnn Daxis Willie Gcnc Davis Luuisc Dczin l,0l'Zlill Dcliuny Izinice Dcnnis Irene Darden Hurry Dixon 'N Put flgnuilc Nlgnwin Cilxililcix X lknliliic Rnlll f1In ,Q Ngnni' Cllnisliaan linlilmic login lllxnik Ilclc-n 15. fllgirkm- Iiclli lun lllxnw Xlqny Xlnc l.l.ux ISL-in-:lx Clmlcl In-nn Clullnnn lgnncs li, flop -1 .Xnnu Lcc Clmlmcl lin-ily Clullnizin TOP: 13111 SISTIQRS-LITTLE SIS! TERS HIllJ'l'!I info Main :11m'1'lmnf11n1 fm' ACIOPUOII Cl'l'f'1llUIIN. HOTTOIU: I",-1S'l' SliRVlC1'f f1AfIONfi ICJST lJOAIP, I.N'i' nl lim "l"i.sl1" Purlv. ,, 554' 'X .win "wwf, W if , , fm' 'f-.,.' 7' ww W., .X . ' .' X' N W 'wgqfiaa' i .1 'X ale - flux vw Q is xv,-mmm ,im , i WA .,.. IGH ' 'cv X w- i ,,..,, 5 Wg " "0 A X ., , -ff' in i Lf f' i 'fx fi. - .5-. Mig JI. fy' :Y 7 Q i fi' ...gxks X xx N wx ,vi ,W 2 N., Q 'cf' '?':r' W 4 y W mfg i ' A I ,r :MQ 1 if , 5 r SZ. X X 1 X ing-.Q .fi i 'iv M f M -. i . Y Ji! 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Ford klcrry Forrest Waulc 0. 1'il'Clil'iC'iiSUll lloyd Fringe Palsy Ann Galloway Czmnc-n Cfnnlmzl l'zn'kc1' Glusscuck llixic Wnync Good Stanley Gregory Guida Griffin Alanncs Griffin lilvirzl Guerra Horlcnse Hznnm 'I'crf:sz1 Hzlrber Richalrd Hzlrvcy llclcna Hultenlmauk Xlinc Hawkins 'L U -- -. af, , . rj fn. .M ,N , 1 .ug,,l HL inns Hcliil l- lcwnor Helm Ccnc Hendrick , , COLLEGIANS CUT CAPICRS under the stms at a IIIIEUPS Wednesday night All-College. Z . ' .1 lax 3. ,- S9 X ,Q- W gf? A .3 5 iff 7. ' Y .vi E T M , 1 HX za V. x V! l i 34 f - Q L a 1 - L U85 QW? X v ff ff. .4 V ff " 'Q' 'ba f -sf? ' fl Q f y ,K fx X' f , y ,J 5 We X 'WM Q s Q, F , is A A gk-7 xv! e ' X X 1 fl f N 1, X f 1 wx w Q. S, ZS l tw 'P' -gm ? ff Lola lllll Billy llipp 11 m fx. Lf, X M N f A L ' 5 jd! Z 45 f f W, 2' X we 0 X wx, A 419' JL: "new, -, I L ev- f r 'f W Y L V :,. g J . ,Z gf- , p 5 :Mig A 5 -I K ,. ,Ya . ! ' .2 W. U W A ls 4 , X QVWQQ, X XZ '53 if , Q K WV' 3 if , S X 4 ,1i.,s:9'f M ,QV Q xW Q' . 'N f , W W A W. W 'M 5 ..-.....,e ,K Q, 5 fam 2 , , 4 ' ' x. 7527 QIZIINCS H. Keith. Jr. Hznrriel Killclmrew Rulh N. Killingswcnelln Geraldine Klinkerman Doris Krueger A. Frank Kulmica lllileen Lalicker Imeene Law Nmnm jenn Lnwrenfe Billy Clyde Laws ilnrrell Lawson Wilfrid Lawson juan Luy Doris Lee KIOA nn Lee linen-nc Iluclsclner ll Nom Bell: Hulmlel' 3 llvnry lx. Hullglml Clunslznll Hmnl Xl V Peggx Nell llrNrYl'l f2" Palsy Hlllmel' M Klux ll. Hulse Sue klgulxsun I 4 X Lex janxles, qll. ' ": '." - lflgnine lnllnson X S l'll'C4lUl'Ll qlnlmlisun N l 5 llule I. jones TOP: CL'l9Il'fSS UN A COLD llf'lNTliH'.X' EVENING in 1Vlurrl11i.s ljwizlg lflililll ax H lcilziizerps' .Yl11jJeJ'wi.s'0. BO TTOIW: INSTR UC- 3 TOR ALVIN WHITE CIIICCJKS .s'1'11rIm1l t lllI'l7f11'Zl70l'if uf ilu: mein! .slmp Illlllblfl men A C'OHfI,lI'llH clrlsszvorlf. 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Mcnusco Snrull Meuusun Plurldcnc Miller Cf-rulml Moran Klulm Nfllltlilllll 102111 Murphy -In Fl'ill1lCS Neal Mary lilimlmclll Newby joy Newsom Joyce Nimholson PEOPLE STACA'liD liI'ERWHliRE as they await the beg1'r11 11'ng of unotlfer Tl 1u1'sdny a tewzoon jam Session. W .w way, ' xy. 4: I A 4 . .Meg gl ' Q rv If f ky If 49 Awfu- dw ww 'I'-1 r ,Q ff 3 . K.. ,. X .N Wig" iff ,f I "Nm: ,1.w.:., 1 s X if W., .Q I ..: fmx. fff-:V we -f :aw QW, K F , A I . , , .ff I f ir 'Q g ' ,iskv I Z2 fi' L vvktfww m A I riff if' ' 3 W ,gi Au I' , X-U 31" foe 17 IK za ,r K4 I I X " 9 Rmmlnl P11-ssly I 5 WI f 1 - f I"'I 'II' " W X f f 'M f Vw f - '-W fr! I.Ql XVII 1 lwvll I I ,, , , , W X X 'ff . NI.11x Sur I'QllLc1 ff ' f " 'ff ' 5' 'Q . ' an H , N X I 1'ggN .XIIIIV I an Ls ' Q gffwff 'Q l mil l'1ul ,5 I-J A jg P 1 'I x V Nlls. livllx In I'1'LllNIlll fi Mg' gl. . I ww., - M-' J - I K I I H.: ' ' ' ' ' ' ' lzlgum' l'vllx f , 1 if , . . ,V I Iunngns I. l'In1II1:s V I I 4 " If l'1l I'l1ll . f ffggy N Q Q - 1,f"fZ'f , 0 'fi , W' 4 4 V,VV .- ' W lc-gm Imul ,. In 'aw - - I'g1lxN I'uw1'l f Bill Rzllliil' llurollly RCCQI I'c'1'lV Riu' I. l'. RIDIIQIITIS Rudolph NI. Richcrsrm Imam -Indy Ridlcy lhnylc Rolxcrsun Bob Rulmillsml Xluriam RUIHIISUII Knlllcrim' Rngcrs Ruclx Ruscnslcin 'I mn Sdmnl lfrzuucs Sunlicflni Ralph Sunggins .Min lm- Slmflcl ,K I NI . ,I Ig- Ruins I'l'nIfc1' -A 2- , TOP: IVHA P:1li'l'll'f.S ,-Iliff IWUN for SOllIf', zuorlc for oilzfms - llzis :nw was fun fm' ull! BOTTOM: Rlil24- I1ilJ1,liSS Ol" PROIVIISES Ihr' ljlrmry fills ln'1rn'e rfxunz firm' will: Ilmsf' who zuuil unlil lllf' Iam! 7111-Illllf' lu AIIIIIQI. ,. 4392: eo - Sha 313 h S. .6 Y. H525 fa, " 'W' my 5 J." tis f 1 51 ,. , W '. - fgfgglwik' 1 K , ' ,- -..., vm. , , " l 'gy - mwah N S? 4434 ' X Mrs. Bessie S. Sheppard V i X Q Q foe Sherri' fy 1 E :S as- AW' Vuuglin IJ. Simpson J '. ,f. ' V , Marilyn Singletnry S ' fl-SA Q Perry Slack , Q - E 5 if : 5 2 , K 3 S' JV' 1 N W . , w K nw 4 X, , 5 1, Nlrs. l.urline Smilh . Veggie -Io Smilh Aubrey Smyth 'W M tliuly Spellmun Palsy Spraeklen Peggy Starling Benny Strickland Hill CL. Syherl 'JN Dale 'I hompson W, Normal Maxine 'locld Belly I'orrc-nee ,lzimes CZ. Travis Noilnne lliliZZli7Clil lunnieliff Num y l7psh1iw Douglas Vines 5 f ' wp-f lla-ily Sue 'llurner X rf WW gi Belly Voss llonzilal Walker xvllillll Xvlllfl IC. W. Wzirren, jr. Manlhzi Sue Weedon ,.. """ Xlkimlzi XVeslhrook Roman XVileke Nlvrlle Marian I 6' Williamson .sf Egg I My-s. Willis? l x 11, ii 'f 'lift F If if, Q. V '35 ff :li liinesline XVillis lioliliy liugene Wilson - mm s loe l,nNlon Wilson 'P' , 1 ' 5' Mary Lynn lVinler Sydney Ann Willen . Royce C. Womhle Woomlull Tw- ewn ff' , wa Belly lhiglil '59 George lV1ighl, juniors s e - wri V . D VZ, 1 Vw N 'W-' 4.,,.,MM. f W win ...w-ff" 315 H-ww 'Ulu-an-....,, if the school of homo ooonomws Primarily devoted to the training of teachers in this field, the School of Home Economics has become outstanding for its flexibility and overall utility in its supervision and teaching of those desiring pro- fessional jobs in this field. Its progressive training program enables home economics majors to become school lunch room supervisors, cafeteria managers, dietitians. buyers, or nursery school teachers. The School offers a bachelor of science degree in Home Economics in four departments: clothing and related arts, foods and nutrition, home and family life, and general home economics. The principal function of this training lies in the betterment ol the home and its significance in American life. Graduates from the School are constantly increasing the prestige of themselves and the college that trained them. FLORENCE ISABELLL scoULAR B.S., M S Ph D Dean of the School of Home Economzcs -Icsse Acker Adu Ruth Rankin liclitll Lindley Cllzlrzl Locwcnstcin QPW liclitllzl 1,ucckC lslzn Mac Mzlxcy Mzlrgaret Middleton i S NO1'lll1l Parton 'WW Al2ll'gllCl'ltC Ross l"1':1nccs Russell ' Volzm SllHPSUll .ll A D 'RBS A .AJ A ,P X ' fn. 1 faculty I -1 CHILDREN DEVELOP under ilu' walclzfzzl eyes of A GREEN THUMBlSN'TuprUreqz1i.s1'fe In be'f'mr11'r1g home and fanzily life nmjors who in fum Ienrzz the "wlIv.S II major in llmmf HFUIIOIIIIDFS, but llwse sfzlflmzfs ngref' it and whats" of the lives of rlzildrmz. v wouldrft iw 0 dirty deal. l CD J Xin 1 1. lil Allilll Vernon lillcn ll. Rirliardx Club: Foods and Nutrition Club, Sec. 50351: Sr. Nlari Xrden Club. Bownolx. lilmin' Ylo Vera lflleu H. Ricliards Club. lhuax. Ylo.-xx Collinsville lillen H. Richards Club: l".'I'..-X. linux, Nlu niufn CAM' Waco Phi Vpsilon Omicron: Alpha Chi. Cum, Dolui'I'H,x lfarlf Coleman lillen H. Richards Club: 'l'arle- ton Club: Home and Ifamily life Club. Pres.. '50-'5l: lf.'l'.A. Cui. NllI,lJRl'll .Xxx Van Alslyne Home and Family Life Club: lzllen H. Richards Club: House l'resident'Q Club. Clurwoon, Dokoiur NIARIE Beaumont jefferson Couulx' Club: Ellen H. Riahards Club: Home and Fam- ily Life Club. Cori, iXlARH K.-XIIIFRINIC Kountle Cofzswlfrl., YYONNIQ Eddy Ellen H. Richards Club. Pres.. '50-'ilg Home and Family Life Club. Cori xnxx. Wfxxnfx LEE Denton CORBIN, jmx Denton Ellen H. Richards Club: Wes- ley Players: Square Dance Club. llrxxsiw, Dokorur Valley Mills Senior Mary Arden Club: WVR. A. l'il'lK1iR, VIRGINIA Lu: Clarksville Foods and Nutrition Club. .I-A I 1 .F v- lfklh.. 1:04 nl. lfuui., Dorm .'Xl,I'ZNE Sidney Phi l'psilon Omicron: Student Religious Council: 'larleton Club: lillen H. Richards. l'iURS'l'NliR, BETH Hillsboro Ellen H. Richards Club: Soci- ology Club: F.'I'.."X. HAkr:Rm'lc. jmxxii NoRMAN Demon Women's Forum: Big D. Club: Iillen H. Richards Club: Home and Ifznnily Life Club: F.T.A., . v 1- Soc. Cb., 90. Hfuumz, KIOYCIC Hillsboro lillen H. Richards Club: Home and Family Life Club. lflfuwl-ix. Bll.l.ric YVONNE Sweetwater lilleu H. Richards Club: Home and Family Life Club: Phi Upsi- lon Omicron, Chaplin '50-'5l. fix nf: . ' ,Wx yr. 1f.,.,.,,, E Wf A sg iw 'X f ya Wes? QE aw! ei 'W fm. , t AWN AM Hman, lloaorllr Ruin Archer City Phi Upsilon Omicron. Rep. '50- '5l: Ellen H. Richards Club. Vice-Pres., '49-'50g Home and Family Life Club: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: YV. N. Master's Chemical Society. Rep., '-193502 F.T.A. HERSII, BETH' LYNNEIL Demon Zeta Pi Gamma: Green jackets: Sr. Mary Arden Club: Ellen H. Richard's Club: Alpha Rho Tau: Clothing and Related Arts Club. HoNi3rcl'T'l', Dokornr Dalhart Phi Upsilon Omicron: Ellen H. Richarcl's Club: Clothing and Related Arts Club, Pres., '50-'BIZ Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi. Husrow, BILLIE Tolar Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home and Family Life Club: Ellen H. Richards Club: Tarleton Club: W.R.A. JAMES, MARY BETH Trenton Gamrnadian Society: Home and Family Life Club: Ellen H. Richard's Club: F.T..-X.: Phi Up- silon Omicron. Pres.. '50-'5l. 1IllNCBECKER, EDNA Houston Gammaclian Society: Ellen H. Richard's Club: Home and Fam- ily Life Club: Foods and Nu- trition Club. Pres.. 49-'5tl: Phi Upsilon Omicron. Rec. Sec.. '49- '50: F.T..X.: Potential Peta- gogues. 2 rw. tyv- U' 'WW P Kl:.l,l.l-XY, Hi-:tm Fort Worth Ellen H. Richard's Club: Foods and Nutrition Club. Kxic.i-ri, Atnkrr LAVERNE Taholca Ellen H. Richard's Club: F.T..-X. LocicH.xR1, ANITA VIAYNE Gainesville Phi Upsilon Omicron: Ellen H. Richard's Club: Cammaclian So- ciety: llr. Mary Arden Club. EICENIIRE, SUE Sidney MARHN. XYILMA Krum NI.fxxwL3I.I., NI.-xkljcix Greenwood Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home and Family Life Club: Ellen H. RiclS.ard's Club: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Chi. . . . ssof 95 ye 'Vi 'QW -M... Mn I.l':R, CIIRISIINE Sllifl-PARD Vineyard Mn.soN, Llfxci-ii. M. Dallas Arlington State Club: Freshman Xdyisory Board. '50: Ellen H. Richarcl's Club. Prog. Ch., '50- '5l: F.'I'..X.: .X.C.E. Moorm, -IOAN Odessa Ellen H. Richards Club: Home and Family I.ife Club: F.'li..X. O'DANIEI. ALGEML Tulia Zeta Pi Gamma: Green jackets: Ellen H. Richards: Sr. Mary Arden: Panhandle Club. PINA, ONIELIA Tivoli Ellen H. Richard's Club: Home and Family Life Club. Powiiu . .Xt.y.x Brownwood Ellen H. Richards Club: Foods and Nutrition Club. Vice-Pres.. '50-'51, abe - pow Sms, Miiiii, Port Arthur Jefferson County Club: Cloth- ing and Related Arts Club: Phi Upsilon Oinifron. S'l'ANLm', NIARY joxcic Denton lillen H. IllCllflI'Cl'S Club: Foods and Nutrition Club. 'l',n'i.oR, .Kun Stl. Saginaw xICl'lllllll1 Phi l'psilon Onli- cron, Treas., '49-'Mtg Gannnatl- ian Society: Ellen H. Richard's Club. Yite-Pres., '-48349: W. N. Master's Chemical Society: Home and Family Life Club. 'I'Ax'i.oR, Pfxrsx' Putnam Alpha Chi: Ellen H. Richartl's Club: 'liarleton Club: Kappa Delta Pi: Home and lfalnilv l,ife Club. V 'l'Il0RNl'ON. Bifilt Malakoff VIXSONV, XV,xxl1A jo Nederlanfl lillen H, Richartl's Club: lH.S.Il.: l'.'Ii..X. IJM I Wlxlxsczol I. l,Axtl.i. Olney XVICKER, VlRfLIlfI,l'flNl' Caranlan lillen H. Richartl's Club: Home and Faniilv Life Club. XVii.I.l,xAis, 131111111 Stir. Groves lillen H. Ricliartl's Club: Home and lfznnilv Life Club: House Presiclenfsv Club: Jefferson County' Club. YVILLIAMS, Iivigmx Covington Ellen H. RiCharil's Club. XVOOD, lXlF.RRY Rum Linden Green jackets: Kappa Theta Pi: Phi Cpsilon Omicron: lillen H. Richarcl's Club. Wooi,F.x'if.R, lbvisx' JICANNI-l Petrolia Green jackets: Home and Fain- ily Life Club: lillen H. Rich- arcl's Clt1lm.Sec'..'5U-'5l. Crux, l'll!WlN.-X Nlabank 7..- Frances Allison Patsy Ballweg -lean Barrett litta May Box Patricia Gayle Bradley Iimily Cilllllllllfli Dorothy Carlson Nancy Lorene Chadwick Eddie Chapman Maurene Cowan Mildred Daniel Patty Iinler Ann Calloway Fleda Gregory Lora Lee Henderson Bonnie Hickey Barbara Hoff Arlene Hughes Marilyn tl, jones Mary Betty jones Mary Flizaheth jones Sharon Kay Jones Patsy Lawson Frances Lemons Kathy Lennington Patricia Little Vaulmene McDonald xlohyna Mc'Lanchlin Beth McLaurin Mary Ann Megan Marilyn Miller Vada Sue Milligan Peggy Nelson Lourene Oehlschlaegel Lina Pond Alice Riddels Clara Schafer .Ieanette Seharf Norma Sharkelford Peggy Olene Smith Shirley Stringfield Carolyn Turner Betty M'hatley f t ...va ,mx W5 , A ey ai 6:52 6? mu 'WPG S or lt i - L i l X a t . At ""' ,lii 1 -2 t". ""-eA - "'iiQi,,f. 5 , 1, . , Q-ff, ,mp ' hw, ' WW, 5 1 yn juniors Ill, I 10,111 i renowned performers, acconzplislaed teachers, and acclaimed voices begin their training at X ,lfiisg ww L: .. 323 424 . 0. .5-pre. ..- -- -s' - "- ' ' " 1 V X EMI. Tvs 'ft-W:sr'F-. I V'QR'i:s FNS 1133549 -s , asafsawasamawas .5 :stiff zwagadfgikaii f.s,cw.,5e,Q?.,f : wil t if fries?-new E "ai-W.. ts 2, MQ 5 if if t 19? - . tiijgr n g-I Z2xSf?. YVALTER H UTCH l NSON HODCSON BA., MA., Ph.D. Dean of llm Srlfool of Alusif In only a few years, the School of Music has taken great strides to make "good music" an outstanding tradition at NTSC. The School is known nationally for training offered to aspiring teachers. composers. and artists. Its most recent addition is the doctor- ate degree in music. Under the able leadership of Dr. W. H. Hodgson and a very capable faculty, NTSC now has one of the most highly rated and pro- gressive music schools in America. Students from all over the nation come here to receive training and experience in its several instrumental and vocal organizations. Voice. music education. opera. dance band, composition, symphony orchestra. choir. church music - these are but a few departments in the varied curriculum. Campus performances give collegians an opportunity to acquire a cultural background in musical appreciation. 'llours of these musical organizations throughout Texas and many other states offer small and large communities advantages to hear outstanding college musicians, as well as providing near-professional musical works for the students. 3.4: A is MV' 480- 3520 l f I W ,af fr Ralph Xppleman ' Violet Archer f'f' 'Q X ,Q Y' M ffm, - T' 'Ffff ' XR' ,rwbiz .,,,,, x , ' QR .a' f 4471 3 iff " l 322, ,rg V is f if wg YJ, 1 X 1 P af gi-:fi l W l , r 3 Z X v X A 3 of ff uf' ,fr fi, 'Nu J W' 1 'S I K' f W, fy ,,,,,.uf7 MQ' faculty Zvi ' vi J , 'gy 'james Corley Elliot Willard Virgean Estes William Gardner M. E. Hall jean Harris john Haynie Lloyd Hibbard Edith Knauer Frank Mainous Maurice McAdow Frank McKinley Grace VVard Lanklord Robert Ottman Lillian Phillips Allan Richardson Xi sux. l nun ll, Vernon lil'IlIl.XX.XN, Ronililu li. l?'l1il.1m, ,Xuczli LUUISIT Texas City tollvgt- Plaxt-is: Phi Xlu Xlplia, lit-ltsvillc. Md. Sigma Alpha Iota. Corres.-Sec., Nt-t.. 'Htl-"-lg SXIIIIDIIUIIXQ Band: Phi Nln Alpha. 'l'rt-as., 230: Blue YW: Sr. Mary Arden Cluh: Band. llama- llautl. lit-Y, Nl,li.N.C.: Opt-ra xvilllx- shop 'fllg Chapel Choir: Grand Chorus. I I Goku, HARLhl.lJ Mexia 'Nl' 'LV l'l'l"'Xl'll A I I xQ":"l!l" Concert Band: Marching Band. Jlll' il ,ltllli '. .. -I L" llgiulls Count il: Opt-ia XYorL- lim llllllx, l'ic.xxt:l4s Yiwu xx shop: Nl.l1.X.. St-t.. 'q'il: Pan' Newcastle . - 1 AI.l+Z.N.C1.: XA.: "L ll ' '- . I' 'mm Q 'UI' mb I V c.ll4,l, Pinus: H.Al.l:., .XXNA Gulf Goldthwaite wlmlenls 'bllllilwu ' gi mill' xl mls Concert Band: Young VVomen's will ' A ' ' P A A I ' Auxiliary: BSU.: Musit Edu- lll mxwm ll Xl HL,lm,u. N ll " l'lll0l',S National Conference, '5l. Sr. Nlgnx Xitlt-n tllnlig xYtllllL'll'S Cllnlllsj lloust' Prt'sidt'nl's Clnlm. lhntv. Yitt--l'1t-s.. '51, Cxxlr, Slll-, Laredo feta Pi filllllllllll Nlu Phi Epsi- : ' ' Pi Kappa lilllllltllll Sigma Alpha Iota! Gannnadion Society: .Xl- pha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Nl. Ir. Xlaix xltlL'll Cluh: Sr. Nlarw lf- N- C-I SUfi0l0gy Chib- Xrdvn Lilith: lX'on1t-n's Choir. fil,lCIx, l'r.tam Houston Delta Chi Delta: Mary' Arden tiluh. HALL, lliivifiux' Fulton, S. Dak. Ion: M. lx. N. Ci. Ili xxi 1 l, Yxoxxi-, lin llt-ntlt'1son HAlil.l1'X', Cil'Nl' Longview lllxsox, Ax-xx Ruin tllalreston Kilgore clollege Club: Grand fi-lH""lll11"ll S"l11'1l'3 Slfllllll PU' Chorus: Mu Phi lipsilon: Chap- pIi.1 Iota. Pics.. '3tl3g'il. fiom, Romani U. Houston cl fghoil-3 Nl. 1-Q, N, C, MINI. tluu I. Denton l,l'lxl'. or Alvin . .. . , Phi Xlu Xlphn: .X Capt-ll.n liandlg Urtlufslra: lf S. N. 'l.: Hu-mII,Iix' MARJURH H climlmlil calm' x.c:.i-,.- Xl.l'l.X.l.. iimxm xllllll 5'g""' :U1""' IOP" tome" ' ' ' A ' ' Band: U p e r a Workshop: Nlarthing Band: Crand Chorus: l".'l'.A.: Nl. li. N. C.: Baptist Ill 1 IDSHI, Inns la San Xngt-Io luxlutms. Sll'l'IIl N XY. llritlgcport Slllllflll Vlliml f.UlliL'lI liantlz Opera fill ht-sltag .X Capella Choir: Nladrigal Slllge tiontt-rto Ortllt-stla: Svrnpliony t-rs: Opt-ra XVorkship: Grand Uiiht-sua: Phi Nlu .Xlpha Sin' Chorus: lilut- Kev: Phi Hn .XIV phonia: Xlguthing liantl. pha: Nl.li.X.tZ. Hixiug Xvll,l,liX'Xl G.. lk. Galveston L J 'vu V 5 a ll ' 1? V w f ak W ' , I 3' Q -,f N f fi Q x h 6 W ff H 1 f M , V , ss, M iff , A 'neil ?i P-QM SET J ' UQ-f 49? T 2. Lt iid 326 pr L .., N-H eff' "if WW 'SFZQ' gs y gil' V Q :' if ,rig , ., V , K. ,Ig awy:-b . 'A ' New ,,,, HlMAIl'1I.,.lOANNlf Hillsboro Loczhwoon, SARAH ANN Beaumont jr. Mary Arden Club, Vice- Pres., '48-'-lllg Sr. Mary Arden Club: Kappa Theta Pi, Treas.. '48-'51: Sigma Tau Delta: Mu Phi Epsilon: A Cappella Choir: Ht1DsoN, Mrlclzs B. hl Czlmlx' klefferson Counll' Club. Concert Band: Symphony Or- chestra: Phi Mu Alpha: Pit Orchestra: Pep Ban cl. lIAc:AsoN, jrisslrz Lou Denison M. li. N. C.: Mu Phi Epsilon: Grand Chorus. KNAW, DoN Beaumont LAW, Brrrr JAN:-i Fort Worth l.lCH'l'liNWAl.D, HAROl.lJ Dallas Lrornu, hlAR'l'I-IA ANN Alice Kappa Theta Pi: Sigma Alpha Iota: Alpha Chi: Harp En- semble: Womens Choir: Grand Chorus. Ltr, Douoinr Illilll Monahans Concert Band: Sigma .Xlpha Iota: Marching Band. Nl4:lJoNA1.n, j1fAx Palacios Grand Chorus: Chapel Choir. Mc:S1'An1JzN, Bla'li'l'Y Ponder Phi Gamma Kappa: Senior Mary Arden: Grand Chorus. AlAl'l'S, AIARIAN Houston M1i,i.1-LR, 1lUNNA Crane College Symphony Orchestra: Pit Orchestra: Concert Band: Sr. Mary Arden Club: F.T.A.: Mu Phi Epsilon: M. E. C. Mnzox. NAAIHAN Houston Orchestra: Grand Chorus. t 1 W' X 45 W 2 ff' Nloonr, 'lo Friona Chapel Choir: Panhandle Clulr: Nl. li. N. C.: House l,l't'SillClll'S Clllll. NIOORIC. lor Kermit Sr. Mary ,Xrden Clnbl Delta Chi Delta: Inter-Sorority Coun- cil: Harp linsemble If.T.A. Nuxraz, fiAROI,Il Grows fJCl,l'.SI'SY, Snnurx Waxaliachic- Concert Band. l'l-ZRKINS, Lrmrn li. luclxcr. Ga. Phi Nlu Alpha Sinfonia ol America: Orchestra: .Mes ol Collegeland: Dance Band l.,aIl.g Opera Orchestra. l'cmigrn, llcmrcmrgs M. Collinsville Concert Band: Symphony: Pit Orchestra: Nlarching Band. RAY. hi,-XRY Stnf Fort Worth Mu Phi Epsilon: Alpha Chi: M. li. N. C.: Grand Chorus. . . . lass of '5 'ws - my r ,. Zhu.. Slfllll.. l.,xV1-ikxr Houston Phi Canuna Kappa: jr. Mary .Xnlcn Club: Sr. Mary Arden Club: Chzlpcl Choir: Grand Chorus. SIIIPP, cil,ll'l"URl! Orange Who's Who in .xlllL'l'lK1lll Col- lugcs anal Universities: Phi Mu Alpha. Pros., '50, Ser.. Spring 'Bbq NI. li. N. C,g Rep. of Music Coumil: Soloist ot' Concert Bzunl, 319. Sl..-ullzk, Alous Puu.u' Memphis. 'l'cnn. Phi Mu .Xlphag Pi Kappa Lamb- ilag M. li, N. C.g .Xlpha Chi: Kappa llc-lla Pig Newman Clubg Concert Band: Symphony Or- chcslra. SKIHII, KIAXI-Il .xl7l4l.I" Houston Sigma .Xlpha lolag Conacrl Band: Symphony: Nl. li. N. C.: Pix Ouhcslra. S xirru, NA I ,u.l Ii -jowzn Sonicrscl Svl..-xlxorxklm, fil.l'..NllCN'l .L Collinsxillc. Ill. Comcrl Band: Marching Band: Pit Orchestra. S'liAXlbl.l?1Y. NIMH' l'1l.l.lf.A McKinney Mu Phi lipsilong Conn.-rl Band. Sw12.x'r, Zona NIM. Colorado City l".'l'..X.: .X.C.li.: Nlu Phi lipsiloni Nl. li. N. C. 'liLIAI., JIJANITA Dallas A Cappella Choirg Grand Chorus: Opera Workshipg Sig- lna Alpha Iota. 'lil'IUNlA5, kllmwfxluo R. lforl Worth Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoniag F.'li.A.g B.S.U. il oun, Iflmwk Br,.xl.1-1-L Slalon Lab. Band: Symphony Or- chestrag Conccrlo Orchestra. VINCENT, LLo'rA Sudan l'VAI.kliR, Kmixxmu R. Nveatllcrforcl X'VliSCO'l', jorcn Dallas XVomen's Chorus: G r a n cl Chorus. 1iNi.i.lsH, ALVIN B.. ilk. Houston Sloxa, Eu. N. Dallas Ns if A X 45 1 4' 1 43 Y5 Ski! my! y, ,uve ff, - i' V - if 1 ff , , 4 ' ,v ,,,f Q fy ' M fi? X ff Siivfff , ,Uv UP? f K ,fig iu"i0"-9 ant leuc JO J .fl o school of music liexerly Lafiue William li. I,uwrance w .Xllene NIcNal1lm T7 hav' .x Q ' ' :W Kemrillr Nlaylrall r Rodger Nlunsun l l lean Officer i . - jean Pimlalc' Klimmie .xllll Ramer Ylames .Xllen Ramsey , lfllllllil Daisy Reed X ,X Patricia Reese , ,. Sf .,., 'VN 'X Henry Sclraer .Imlv Seller Laura jean Simpson William P. Sparks K. Douglas SIUIIC f l .N X?-9 Xlarx' lu llrnmas Yirginia lllillierg tr Virginia XYliile liellx lean Winler 034 XI mix Lou Wiiglil X 1 TOP: Sll,llJ1:.S' Ol' lfIlifJON.S"I'RUC'l'lON.'. PM illu rllplm j1lwclgrf.s in llmir imw-lrlnmllx jm- lllllf' fasfnr! 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Brixton Charles Blair, Paul Blackney. Max Blansit. Donald Ray Bledsoe. ROW 2: Larry Lee Bolmlmitt, Mrs. LaNelle Boling. Mary Anne Bolster. joan Bonlan, Willard Bond. Virginia Mae Bone. Beth Booker. ROM' 3: Sally .Xnne Booker. Paul Boonnan. Kay Bowers. Betty Box, Margie Brannon. Eugene BYLIIISCOIIIC. Cary Branson. Row el: Nancy Brasellon. 'lonnny Brawley. Peggy Bray. Bonnie Breckenridge, Barbara Ann Breecllore, Harold Bridges. Evelyn Briggs. ROW 5: Cherry Brooks. Alma Brown. Betty Ree Brown. Juanita Brown. Panielia Brown. Thomas Polly Buchanan Louise Brown. Mary Beth Brown. Mary Ruth Brown. ROW 6: Robert XfVade Brown. Virginia Harl Browning. YVaylon Bruton. Margaret Bryce. XVinnie Mae Buckliew. 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Nl111pl1y ,IQIIIICS Musick Clgnlns Nlxrc-s xllllllllli' NQIIHC I1-slic N2lSll W Why O ' 1 Y XX nync Nilllgllii' ig 'V ' tlnymc NCZIS Slnrlcy Ncccllmm N .Xnn Nelson TOP: IVONIJICR ll'H,11T l'fl'l'fR HJP- PENS' In all llfmc' gum! l'l'KQ1'.Sl'i'l'.S' IUC .Sign 111 rms? BOTTOM: 1lIOIf1'f WORKERS 011 more' floats glllll' Nnrlll Tr'.x'u.v 11.1 l11'Kqgz'.9l I-IOIIIUFOHIIQIIQ Pnmdrf. 1 7 3 jygfx O t X.: 'ii U3 x K X Q N Qs X if R 7 is if X X , .yt 4 4 Q K Z? 5 , 4 ' fr if ,S "AS W fi" . W- , , if ,sic Q 2 freshm a sr 5' J "lv I l A 'aizzz A Q Q X QQ 'T' A j few, M 2 f s? .A 1 t f 1 5 QQ , J' X if m.ag,gt.w f .- Ms at Gail 2 ROW l: Robert Cody Norton, Virginia Norton. Carolyn O'Brien Gayle O'Dell. jane O'Dell, Ann Ogle, John O. Oliver. ROYV 2: livelyn O'Neal, Jerry O'Neal. joseph li. Ottinger. Gene Owens. Sally Pahner. Martha Pankhnrst, Dallas Park. ROYV 3: Betty Ann Park- er, Jack Parker, jerrye Gee Parker. Janelle Gayle Patterson, Ralph Dean Patterson, Shirley Pattillo, Mlancla Patton. ROW7 4: Eddie Pen' nell, Pat Pennington, Mae Margaret Perilnan, Barbara Bethe Perk- ins, Nancy Perkins, Peggy Perry. jatis Perryman. ROW 5: Paul Pettigrew, Mary Janette Poe. jacquelyn Poindexter, Billie jean Pollard, Donna Pollard, Don Kent Pollard, jane Pool. ROW 6: Charles H. Poole, jackie Porter. Pat Porter, Charles Powell, Phyllis Powers, Betty Price. Norris Price. v 7227 6? gn 9 1 X A ly , .. 1 , k a . if V' , X K 1 xi me 1 i NR 7 A 110 fxw 1 1:92553 5 ,Na W' , E ' W, Ji Y 'J I x N X 1 i WN x 3 f. ' X U32 if, ?'9 f 1 x la 'lf X W X gf 4 1 4 K ' 'X Mx , ff "f A ig N 1 1 , 1, ff-XJ f Q Kgx V it QU 'LM7 AL-vi' I I I ,I ..,.. , Ll ft, -431,11 ,f - 1 2 ,Hx-A ,,, , . , ,. 1 .1 X .-.. Glenn IE. RcxmnI1Is. ll lczmm- Ric llamlsmm Ir1,Xllll lil! Imnlsmm I'4ll Rilcx Pnl Rilu C1l11l1'Ics Rmlrk lulm l,1nwnml llnlu-lsmn liulrln X. 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X VX., . ,gf gs -, 1 if S ll 7 ix gf' 1 1 1 RB X X f f 5 5 f 1 'f l n 3 .. f 5 .. ,, 5, 1 f 'jf ' ROW l: llonald 'I lll'CSllCl', .Xrtlmr lidwt-ll, Do1'otl1y 'l'illery. Billy liner. llllllllll Rae 'lorl1cll, lfrank Phillip 'l'ra1n1nell, EliLal1etl1 'l1'ietstl1. ROW 2: Doris Lynn lruilt, XVilda 'l'ruitt, Leonita lllllllIICll, -lanell ll'lIl'llCl'. Ritlmrd lnrner, Sheridan llnipliress. Ly1111t-lte Valeiwuela. ROW 3: Delxna Mearl Vaughn, Robert Ve11- able, Robert Vensel. jo Jxllll Ventura, Oren Vermillion, jr., Charline Vernon. Vernon Vidal. ROW 4: Bob Vincent, Ray Voclkel. William joseph Wachtler, Margaret Waldahl, Cynthia Waldo, David Walk- er, james Walter Walker, Jr. ROW 5: joe Bob Walker, Kenneth C. Walker, Betty jo Wall, Joanne Ward. Gerald Waters, Nettie Lee Watkins, Bill Watson. ROW 6: Tom Way, Helen Weatherred Wanda Weaver, jack Webster, Robert Wellborn, Dan Wells, H. G. Wells. 'Wu s..,,, V?-1 ' '4 42" ff., 177 ? 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Q W Q-up" - . v V 'A f"X ' 3,11 Aw ' ' ere S 0 Q P08 . . . h 9 t th f Excited, curious, and wide-awake, their glance and hopes tend forward even, as ever, in troubled times and events, with courage and conviction and faith. 3.x .... . .J f 4 , x i Z :S N fig. awww -4 MW K is 2 Sz X . Xxxzz 'Y x!7 X WX D 5,1 Q I QJ V X! A P o 3 IRQ? WLS V SQ 9. , . Wig 5 5 " 7 'gk if 'nw 1. 1 ttf' J .1 P' 49'- 127 riff' ' Y 7' 4 W K... N: Q 5X Q 141171 I ABOVE: GIVING TI-IE U ORD In full Jlcd as Alfnmrlrzc Uulfms plffrlgf' mjyirzilz, en1ll1l1r1,s'1:fxs inc 5711510118 qllllllflfi rf llclfu C111 91651 us. HELUTV: BITAUTIFUL HJVDS JRF H1112 as 1116 Dclfa Cliffs C'IIff'l'ILlIlAII will: 11 mln pa IAIRSI ROXY: lEla1ckl11x1'11. B1'211lsl1m Sl L UND ROR B1ulI1c1s C luk IHIRD R 011111-lz111c1. C1m1l4i11s. FOUR! H RON L ll L t C 11011111111 H111 B Hefune H ROW: D. Hcfnrnc. Holmu 11 sm ones Xlllel Mltchell Xlomc XIOIIIS SIXTH ROXV: H1l1111l1y.O11ill. Rexnolu Rllu 5llLNl 8111111111 Sthltil Scl11111QlpL111g SEYENIH RONV: Sllllkliil. VI. SIHIUI 1' Sllll 1 1111 Q 1 emu X lltu V ulnov XYl1ilC, ' 1 f VQIT V X ig is Q A ":A Z ' 'gf ,WWE T' 97' yr' Z if? 1 , ' delta hi delta The purpose of the Delta Chi Delta Sorority is to provide greater social opportunities for the girls and to foster greater friendship on the campus. The sorority, which was organized in H135 under the name of Phoreffs, has a membership of thirty-five. The sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farmer, Miss Anna Alford, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richardson, and Mrs. Tom Centry. CAM Il.I.li SCO'll'll Each fall the Delta Chi's entertain freshman girls with a coke p,1gS,'dL.,,l party at their home on 1200 Chestnut. Rush functions include an Oriental Tea and a Southern Fried Chicken Dinner. Remaining ac- tivities for the fall semester are a Christmas Tea and Open House, an pw . . . . . Y , ., 'T fff informal dance, and a winter formal. In the spring, the Delta Chi s tlpb .' have a Ship VVreck costume dance and a Spring Dinner Dance. t 1 Q5 ' I1 . Fall semester officers included Camille Scott. president: Mary jo wat f ,f Murphy, first vice-president: Marilou Mitchell. second vice-president: - Marianne Wfalters, pledge captain. LUOKINC .-lHlfflll IIA' well as fflllili n1f'n1ln'r.s' lfmlf fllfllllgfl .w'r11jJ hooks 111111 flllwllnls. Mi .E"'Ti YU"- N'Y'- se, Q z.. QW f 'TK ttfyfjm ' " N. ,V " V , Zi sf ye 1- lf 'N - WNW, 'V nfl if tt-E, -aa Nw 'cn . 0' , ., , l h Sviwaaueuagvg, , '53 5 j SJ Q Wffaatv. Wsze x t se. 3 Q - ,. Y 2-Wxwxim. , i 51.1.9 'X f Q , "?w522'.,.. - fig ' t 'Q . '21 - s 4 'mf V .fxfi -3""'-N-1--.W ' 7 - 4 '- . s -... 'ws "' A W' sg 3 I All' In jw N--..... if 'f 4. Maw. .2 t..- . if ,. X' J s ' 2 V L f' ' - 1 SPEZEZEQ-s ' .1 ' 4 1 ill' if! z' rl ram r 'ru 1 7 N"'+-1-My sy, lea a a aka a One week before Open House in October found the Kappas com- pletely redecorating their house. painting it from top to bottom with just about every color. They succeeded in "kerosening" the paint out of their hair just in time to enter the campus elections. Results of the race put Phyllis Crain in the chair of sophomore senator, Patsy Sue Lyles as junior senator. and Helen NValler as senior representative in the Women's Forum. Wfhen the KKKs took their annual caroling tour, they left boxes of food and clothing which had been collected by the girls at the homes of three needy families. The best pledge, Eileen Lalicker, was presented at the Christmas formal. Another formal in the spring and two informal dances during the year kept the Kappas and their dates busy. Fall and Spring rush functions, consisting of the semi-annual Coffee and Round-u . com leted the official social season of the Tri- , P P lxappas. At the end of the fear the Kaa as felt that the had fulfilled their ' N . 3 . ,l P D Y purpose of furthering social relations among its members and students on the campus. Fall officers included Martha Allison, president: Helen Waller, vice-president: Mary Marrs, recording secretary: and Patsy Sue Lyles, treasurer. IAIXI Still! UI Ill! llfS1lili .Hl'fll' from lfuye lfIIlf'l'.S'UII, Ix'upjms line up will: their new telewifsimz sei. fl? ,A i 9- 'Q ,AlHOl'1'f: OHLIGINC Ix'flPlJ.IS pu! rlnzml lllffir lmolfs long Fllflllgfl In jJ1,'.s'c'f0r H16 YUQIILA PllUfUgl'llPlll'l'. l3l'fl,Ull'Z PUTTING IT ON THE LINE, Ix'upl1m.w line up for ffm Hfzllnzufffn Currzizfal Slzozu. FIRST RONV: Adams. Hailey. SECOND ROWT Baltlirup, Boycli THIRD ROVV: Cul liolm, Crain. l9'OUR'l'H ROW: Davenport, lflcwelling, Frazier. Galloway. Gralizmi Grant, Hendrix, Hill. 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K. , ,, ,, A, in V' 1 f N u ,f , .r:ff'fv95 WE: 1: ,VEC Y it rg-r.,,,, mm 5' 311 1 I ,, fl A 'kj ,ft 5112? 1 ' Q f. " 1 X 'R ,Q U- Ay sg' W Q, Y--Q si O , :R '55 'G' . 1-5 'vs 'I.2"'ax , 'Um . J '. 15-r pw 1 l 'slr'- ,NX gnu!! ,fl ,-,-an a .-1'...-'I-' -mi wM,,-5 , M 5 2 S fQ.i"'99 AI13Ul'l'f: IN J QUIET 1UUA Il'fN'l', ,l1lll'fll gulx H'llIfIIlA.S'I'6' m"6r Plf'l1g6'.S'llI-fl f'.x'j2ffr1'1'11z'1'.s. Hl'f1',OlI': lilfOlx'l'fN I lli,A1IfTS AAINII NEW RI'fl,'OlilJ.S' !'lllllIIl'l-XC' !ll'lI-.S'f'.S.S'1'flII lnpzks lm' ilu' 61"l'lIfl1g. lfIRS'l" ROW: Apple. lhnlum. SlpCONID RUXY: Bxaullcy, llmvmlcn. IIIIRIJ ROW Cluffcc. Culwcll. lfUlTRlH ROW! Llmlgur. filllllltff, Hull. Hclmzml, Huwcll. l'Il"'l'H ROX llll Ll l lick I Xlllhus S Xlmnm I' lung OW Nlu hcl YZ I1 Cs. uw . .1 wum, . 1 ' 'S, , mm . X 1 '. Nlolxris, SIXIH R J rrcllk, Noah, Nuwlin. l'czmc, l'lull. lmlcr. Ray. SliYliN'l H ROW: SlCCllIJCl'gCl'. String ml. 'I'1nylm'. Wllilncv, Williams. Wuml. Wfmlxcx-lm1, -3- 1, dfq . U ,V E- 1 was f I ww X f y X X, :ff f il V A M X 'A '. s 1 . 'T' I F A AAA, ggi M 'ff " K Q ,J 1 as V,,. X 1 ib- 'E ,J . by . lea pa theta pi Kappa Theta Pi celebratecl its twelfth year on the North 'lexas campus this year - a year crowclecl with smiles, effort well spent. ancl a growth ol' frienclship ancl spirit. Fourteen new members were taken in during the fall to share this eventful year. Annual activities incluclecl the Theta Freshman Amateur Show ancl its Birthday Dinner Dance. Of course, there were the costume parties. homecoming activities, ancl informal open houses to keep everyone busy. Thetas were "Foster Moms" to a French Wlar Orphan - a little twelve year olfl girl who corresponds with them regularly. 'Ilhe sorority is proucl of the members such as Pat Pearce ancl Virginia Coffee who receivecl special recognition by being eleclecl to membership in VVho's Wlici. Patty Euler servecl as president in the fall. Other officers were Sally Moore. vice-president: Virginia Coffee. recording secretary: ancl Jewel Howell, pleflge captain. Sponsors for the year were Mr. and Mrs. Wiiitoii Noah, Mr. ancl Mrs. R. CL. Vlfolverton. ancl Mr. ancl Mrs. Frank Martino. vrfwf l'A'lil'l'Y L ULF R Pmsfrlelll ' L , iA. .' 4' C9 '0 4 7 T1 Q sl 9 VAA, .Y 'U' . fl . LOl'l'fl.l' 'l1lelliT.A1S IN IVIKONT of fiIl6'1-I' flllilff lfolfsff with no !2ri1'lf.s' ouzfllcfd. gaggggg 4?,'5M akiwgf' fl . .ttt :MZ Zdg0Q'xNi ,. A, -M M V .f' fevgf WWWW. 0 J Ai phi gamma lea a Witli a brand new class of pledges. Phi Gamma Kappa raised its membership to twenty as it started its second active year. ln looking back over the life of Phi Gamma Kappa, it is remarkable how many of the little things we can remember that made Phi Gains mean the most to us. For instance, the red flannel pajama episode. the weiner l'021St at Sue's house. the time two of the pledges white-washed lffmli 'INN f'ifiMMlNG'S' the backyard fence and a couple of members to boot. l'rf'.sir1'f'11I Then. there are the big things - our first Spring Fever Dinner- Dance. our rush functions - the Star Dust Tea and the Hobo party, gffgfvw' our informals, and especially. our Wllite Christmas Formal. All of i these things have gone down in our scrapbook as some of the most , 'if' . wi. wonderful times ol our college life. and in looking forward we see a 3 , gi, g . fy B. I 1 bigger and better future for Phi Gamma Kappa. ',.gxAa4tQ-3? ,. ' JSQETJ 'Y' Fall officers included Rose Ann Cummings. president: Peggy Dendy. vice-president: Betty McSpadden. recording secretary: and Jo Ann Stine. rush captain. RAISINC OLD NICK Phi tinnzx line up near Cl1ri.sInm.s 'l'1'111f'. ws ,nm A 7 .... ff ii Z 'st 9 W'5x?zs9a-m,?f.X4 ,W .4 . ..' 522 -,w-gg ' .:j:'K+ , f-9, ..x.- . f ik? . 1 -I I R-A E--2' if W YXXW' X :yy jg , , .:. ,Q 'lip .5 -M in--W I ', e , Q , ck.. :- W. - ' 'V L.-: ,Ht Ayagm ,V .-x , ,K J 'avi-'gf 1- . :. '- M ' 14 .,q . 1 x 'Q , , yy- 'ju lv ' r. -I W... 1 f . ,, , 'tgp . , ' Nv- I, 5 T 34:00, 1 -'Q A. . 1 ,V ,.q?:, 4 NW- ' "fm 4 ' ' .Q A 'N L 4- A ' l 1 2 D ru. ' , , b ,, M " N--.Nw Smxx ' 13" "4 , I - , N 9 -f '- , Q' t 'A Q1 .. -13 Q 5 N .- A3 I '9 , 'vim 5 hr 5 A ki ! 5 JW, f. M,,,,...q-w'-ww"Q cfm f rw! 'fy' 123' mi-' V ffl A nv uf . gif , , . :N Dx J J ! W' lg? Q 1 N- lk, --:,E .. A vf i vi ab X .IHOI'H: NOT IN THIC MIRROR, buf m'm.ss the room, other Phi Sigs li.sIf'n In Iliff lull lull' told by Sue. BELOIV: GAZING lVISTI'lU1,1,Y, SII6' 1Wf'l311H11'li .s'lmzw.s' hm' llll'2IlI1Ql'l'l.F In gzmsfs nl 017621 IIUIISF. VIRSI' ROW: Balch, llcwen. SECOND ROW: Brinkmann, Cook. THIRD ROW: Craw- frml. Daxillscm. I7Ol'R'l'H ROXYZ Davis. licllols. Fisllcr. Hailey. I"Ilf'I'H ROYVI Hall llarcling. Harrison. Hcninger, Howell. Kinoy. lmwclcss. SIXTH ROXNVZ Matthews, Moody Xlllllllll. NlLlglll'l1Cll, Nlcflarlcy. hlC'Nllll'l'2ly. Ncwlw. SICYENTH ROXV: Rutledge, Ryall Sum, Starling. 'lalci 'luwncs. W'Clls. "" f 1' ' 7 , K ff, J N E lm ,,l,,,, ' llll- l 'Mwl ,fl 0 f fig f I yfgks x 'ffvlf W 74 , -5 "W Z X . -f affw X 2 I A g , W X 'R W rv v fa!-Q fun Q Q ' - X' , 1'vQf'V, , Q- A Y , fy , ' g , , J if r 2 ' X I I f fc Q-Pr 1 WA E+ gp-ma.. 'er hx Q' 'W' 'M ,J,,, ,V M, agf W -Shaw: , f WDM ,Qi 3-3:33 - Q.. ..V, 5 phi sigma al a Starting the year off right in their redecorated house, the Phi Sigs have had a very enjoyable and prosperous year. Rush functions in- cluding a tea and a Chuck Wfagon Supper and Dance were held hoth in the fall and spring. Highlighting the fall activities is the Christmas Formal, while the Spring Dinner-Dance is the most ''looked-forward to" function of the year. Being extra proud of their house. the Phi Sigs decided to have a formal twilight open house. Through the work of members and fall pledges. and by her win- ning personality. Gerry Hininger was selected and crowned Halloween Queen, making this the third year for a Phi Sig to hold this honor. With eight inches of sleet outside. the atmosphere inside was warm and cheerful at the All-College Valentine dance sponsored by the Phi Sigs who were responsible for decorations and entertainment. Spring F pledgeship was new and changed for all sororities and Phi Sigs Iiound the more constructive ideas beneficial to the club. Fall officers included: Peggy Fitch, president: Narrell Cook. vice- presidentp Joyce Howell. recording secretary: and Sue Mcliurnett. pledge captain. THEY DONVI' HAVE Clllllll SERVICE, hut you can get them on tht' liotlt porch. ,,:.',, . W '91 fb- 'QS' PIQCCLY lfl'l'Cll'l l'rrf.s'1'de11l C Aicgfls ' . cb I. Z A ' A .it E. A I E. irc? fmmfa R K 1 in :ff . ,,.....,, fi il 'X : K lx I.: 0 -Ez? fag L K7 ' ,Re ff -Q X a , , 'WV w w , V --W - xv Hswmmxud A A13Ul'I'f: Plli-lCl'!'flJ ZIi'l',-IS lmsllff pies 111 flu" Plnllfmvemz Cnrvzfml. BELOW: Pr!l:4M.-1-CIUHIIJ but Zllllflf'-PBWII, zzlffnzlmrs glunee over Ins! yenrfs' Yllczczfx. l"lRS'l ROW: Agnew, Brian. SECOND ROW: Broussnrcl. Burlxs. 'l'HIRlJ ROW: Cald- well. Clzzmp. IfOUR'l'H ROW: Clauclle, cllllllllllgllillll. Davis, De .'Xrmcmcl. lfleleller. FIFTH ROXYI lfowler. Gilmlms. Ciuynes. Hackney. Hersh. lflolmes. lluuler. -Iolmsrm. SIXTH Rmv: I,,igl1lllmnl. NlcX11n1:1r:1. xlllllllL'XN'S. Meyer. A. O'lJzmieI, ID. O'lD1miel. Olmlhznn. Os- lmrne. SICYICN l H ROXV: I'il'zlinu. Seller, Slmrlmel. Stone, Iznle, 'lz1ylm'. 'll'lllll, YVuml. fag 'VQ1 QV' "N-. ' 5 A nn, ff ' f . , fb S' PJ' -'ar' Q 'U 'iii ' sv L A "5 4 X -,-l I V 51' E' ff... .gf- sg-.... Q7 i le, A f V W A ' N 4 ' QR , L f W was 'Atv' www Q ,V - Ari QW al nf' I M """'a. 'v 1:f,1-ww ,f hz' I WW ff: ..r,!i9,Z f' " V X ML , 'A 1 1 f ,MAH 7 e. A Q V , ,V I V ' 5 S522 1 ini I X 6' 5' f' W , ff ig: , 11 Z, YQ, A K . . ,Q :K 'W 'QW 2 I Y W w,2fF" L, ...wlsfa X J ,V f 1 -2, 5 Q' 3 ., Lf' W 1 f 1:5 ':h': fl - ':::AA 'mm R Eff sw- WF? ' 1. Q IN 4M V I ,. . eta pl gamma Things a girl will never forget! These are the things that happen when a bunch of Zetas get together for dances, picnics. parties. or just get together. Could we ever forget the JATP records played in the tree house, Norma Truitt's painting "marithons" in her plaid pajamas. Rosie's '37, otherwise known as the grey goose? The first Zeta reunion will long linger in the memories of the thirty-five members and ex's who attended this gala get-together at the Adolphus. Here the Zeta Alumni Association was organized and a dream came true. The Christmas Informal Dance, held after the Big-Little Sister dinner where Pat Caudle was revealed as best pledge in the fall semes- ter, and the Orchid Birthday Ball are the main events of the first semes- ter. Betty Hersh was named as the ideal Zeta of the year. These are a few of the things that bring sweet memories . . . like I-lomecoming when our sisters return . . . and all the funny little things would take volumes to mention. Fall officers included Mary Jo Thomas, president: Marilyn Agnew, vice-president: Betty Hersh, recording secretary: and Katie De Armond. treasurer. CLINIBING THE GOLDEN STAIRS' nl the Zeta House. if 5 i 5 , as I 1 f .. fx . I W . . 2 32 Q i f 4 ig T ' Ry 1 i S! Y . 4 I s , ...S 1 My n....,.,f-ff "' 2 Q ' Q Q JL af J 4 I ,a , . . f v is A 'li i ffi Q Q? MAR Y O 'll H f'lY'.SI'flf'lIl 19' . i OMAS iii. lygf ,tl fx , KJ' QC' K, N':f ,af A f 1, if : , if - , , , , T 'wie' l'lRSI RUN: Nl, Stoll. Iliomas. l'e:mt'. Cl. Stull, Ifilch. SIKLOXII RUXY: Nlwis. Xllison. NYliisIler. llrigni, Cumminvs. Nloore. liuler. inter- orori y il lnter-sorority Council coordinates the interests and promotes the welfare of the social sororities on the North Texas campus. Member ship includes two representatives from each of the six sororities. Offi cers are elected within the group with the presidents position rotating yearly between the six organizations. Pat Pearce served as president this year: Dr. Imogene Bentley, Dean of Woiiieii, served as faculty ad visor. Membership included .Ioy Moore, Camille Scott, Delta Chi Delta: Martha Allison, Joan YVhistler, Kappa Kappa Kappa: Pat Pearce, Patty Euler, Kappa Theta Pi: Rose Ann Cummings, Sara Myers, Phi Camma Kappa: Peggy Fitch. Martha Scott, Phi Sigma Alpha: Mary Jo Thomas, Clara Nell Brian, Zeta Pi Gamma. te - raternity oun il lnter-fraternity Council serves as a coordinating group lor the welfare ol' the social lraternities. Membership is matle up oil two representatives lrom each ol the ten social lraternities on the North 'lexas campus. The presidents ollice rotates between the fraternities. C. B. Jeans and Dean Funston served as presiclents this year. XVilliam Wocncls, Dean ol Men. served as sponsor ancl laculty atlvisor. Membership inclutlecl Jamie Combs. Danny YVeir, Beta Alpha Rho Beta: Jim Ashley. Robert VVheeler, Chi Sigma Phi: C. B. jeans. Bill Ratliiif, Falcons: Jackie Gunter. Baxter Ragstlale, Ueezles: 'l'ommy Dyson. Glen liclbets, Kappa Pi Omega: xlewel Daugherty, Bill Wlilks. Phi Alpha rlllllll Nelson Ciarrison. James Travis, Pi Phi Pi: Hollman. Dean Funston, Sigma Phi Nug Frank Uagnartl. Charles Rogers. 'll2llUllSI Don Blankenship, Irish Boyles, Trojans, H s rx ts Combs. XX'lieelei, lYiel'. Sl',iiUNlJ RUXY: .Xslilt-x. Ituiizt-s. Ragstlale, f.llllll'l. IHIRID RUXY1 lungs N 3 I, 7 WUT A B as js f 5 A5 -vs NO' lP-. Bll.1. 1113 DAWS l'nf,tiflm1l fgigr. , yo' ' ,fa 1 2 . .sit S AP . it f -5 Jiri. V A2 , .avi - , . iii 5 . - 17 2' -f , . 71"e,fw' vb' -im ,M F eta al ha rho beta Beta Alpha Rho Beta has finished its seventeenth year: one of happiness and sorrow, hopes and uncertainties. It brought trials and rewards along with memories that will long flow deep in the hearts of Betas. Active members and alumni will long remember Homecoming Day with its reunion of old friends . . . the Nevada football game . . . the pledges' jack and wagon . . . the Wliite Suite Dance. The pres- ence ol' three charter members. John Mings, Charles Estes, and Dr. Rhoades Mustain and more than sixty other exes made the day a success. Few will forget the sorrow that struck after the Christmas holidays when Bob Bailey, Jamie Combs. Bob Sharp, Dan Wier, Gene LaRue, Carl McClendon, Bill jones, and Jack Dobbs left for the Air Force. Cayer times like the Kickoff and Valentine Dances, the Christmas and Spring Formals will be relived time and time again. Harder to erase will be the days and nights of working together, of play and bull sessions at "l3U4", coffee-time at Elrod's, and chow at the Hop House. Fall officers included Bill Ed Daws and Otis Power in the office of High Alphag Bob Bailey. High Beta, joe Cantwell, High Gamma: and Lonnie Foster. High Delta. .S'l'R!'lil'lXli .N'C.'li.X'E1il' from Ihr mol pmrll, llfllfff-.K'lll.l'fEC1 Heins nppem' well-pleased with the sight. 'S-17' Waw . fl I '- i M," " , 'K Ag I h yy . W f 'Q 31255 K 3-K - , nf.-.4,-, l, ' 52 ? " , ..,.,.4,,2, -,Eg 32 V, ' A 'C if:- . ,fx , -- ABOVE: FALSE SMILES APPEAR as lIIdIlf'fI'Oll orrlfrs are read. BELOW: TOLERANT BROTHERS calmly await their turn at the phone. FIRST ROM7: ,'Xl'llllClilC. Bailey. SECOND ROXV: Cantwell, Ciirry. l'HIRlJ ROVV: Dobbs, Foster. FOURTH ROXV: Gibson, Hale, Fll"'l'H ROXV: Hawk. jones. jones. SIXIH RUYY: I,aRnc. Nlcfllcmlmi. Cl. Nldllcnilmm. Miner, Mucchc. Payne. Phillips. SEVICNEIAH RONV: l'm'tc1'ficlil. l'uwcrs. Richards. Sharp. lYicr. YVillinglnnn. Young. ,W is ,www fv- ,W if , EK M 'N . . QM, ' w N ,Q -,-- ff' JV .4 , . W HI M" ..... " gf far JF K-. , ? V,,,,f-sf.: , - . VQQNVS . , ,,,,mf4 ww: . 'S 5 'FAM ' 'W A lsw wry- 1 chi sigma phi Accepted by the Inter-fraternity Council during the spring semes- ter of 1950, Chi Sigma Phi was organized to provide better fellowship. closer friendship and character development among the group and others. Activities include Spring and Fall Formals, rush functions and a luncheon immediately following formal initiation honoring the new members. The fall semester pledge class consisted of thirteen neophytes, who firmly established the tradition of wearing sombreros as a part of the pledge uniform. Pleasing personal appearances. cleanliness. and ex- tensive social contacts were stressed during pledgeship. Under the sponsorship of Mr. A. N. Harrison and Mr. R. S. Wofford, these fall officers carried out their duties: Bill Crane, presi- dentg Ken Mclnnish, vice-presidentg John Patterson, recording secre- taryg and Lloyd Miller, pledge captain. Tfllilnlilf .ILL .S'il7l1,l.VC . . The PllllfflIQH'IjJlIl'l' Vj'Il.SI' llrlclfed . , EW 0 ., ,, , , HILL CRANE lJl'ff.SI.ClPlI1 5, , -' Q' lii- f' if-1 sr c he t , 4 :I E: , .vlv f Wg-if Q? -2 Ollf llle zuindnzu. if f if rv K' si .w 394 4-,gf 3, 'sur-ff", HFRIFS NLXRVFI, lJH'.S'I.!f1'l1f ,-,,e 5:1 Atcofv . YR P eh wa s i Q fr yung ..,. 1 5 ll C0118 The Falcon fraternity was organized in 1938 to teach men how to live and work together, striving by precept and example for the personal development of the individual in the training of mind and body. In the way of social activities the Falcons have a VVestern Dance and a Christmas Formal each fall. In the spring the Apache Dance, a Spring Formal, and the annual spring picnic provide a well-rounded program of activities. The fraternity is proud of the coke machine which was purchased with money made by the sale of magazine subscriptions. Previously purchased by the same method was the television set proudly displayed in the living room of the house. The intramural basketball team of the Falcons earned many victories. The fall officers include Herb Marvel, presidentg Jerry Painter, vice-president: Joe Frey. secretary: Wfeldon Carmichael and Leroy Whitake1', pledge captains. Sponsors are Dr. E. C. Brodie and Dr. Price Truitt. ICILCONS POS!! in .5'lll'f.S' by lL'lL'ZllA.S1'0ll set. f KW F A F' of ' 3' V. ,Q lf 91" ' A "Y -. l Z r g 1f?2v4Z',?,, ,4 A Y, '3 1 we M' , 1 , f 4' ' FQ Vi' -,, "' '54 ..f ', ' gi , 9 b X ' , ' ' T '74 'Um .AV ' "- 'Q gg . " i K' f 7 f , 1 at ' 1' 'L , ' BD A x ' 5 wf K F 'xiii ' . X '1 2 ' XY' 1 WW rg, myth W E ii P 'S' 5 ' - X A Rgxsiw Q v ,, X xx W my ABOVE: IE IT GETS TOO DEEP pledge ,lack Beenzun will sweep it up. BELOW: IT GOT TOO DEEP, so the pledges ended up shining the members shoes. FIRST ROYV: Arnwine, Atkins. SECOND ROXV: BCCIHHII. lilgnir. THIRD ROXV: Buttram, Carmicllzxcl. FOURIH ROXV: DcVancy. lfrml. Ifmvicr. FIFTH ROXV: Frcv. Green. Hcldt. Hodge. Hollzmml. jczmes. Kulmiczl. SIXTH ROXV: Mcflulloch, Nlamlcville. Nlurdock. 0'Donncll, Pziinter, Pruitt, Rulliif. SEVENTH ROW: Ricks. Roberts, XVclmf:r. xVllTl2lkCI'. XV1'igl1t, Ytlllllg, licklcr. Glu... 0 J X, XS- M XX f 'wx .X X, 5-xx . 4 XX. 5 K F v.. X 3' XIX by v T . x if , Wi. In ' xx A i gf 'Y' I -Pl: Q -F' ff. 4 55:1 'WYWX Fri? I F 1 Li Wff.,npl"' 1 '54 s-5 gf P" 4 'Z 4, ....-...rj : vv -y. A ,. ......-us. -, 6' ,wr ,. ,X ff 'R W Y' V A , .,,. - H ., -V1,,' b . V 4 A 1 1 : i .. ,- W ' 23' faq . 7 H1. i f L A U I ' E, 1 3 V Q QVQ 4 f : , 5 mf -. J 1 ff aj 2 , -Q ws, if Q Nwf R54 Q :I 'I 9 W as- .J13OVl'f: AJIIJNIHIIT Ulf 1WlIIIJH1Y , Il well 1fH'UZ'l'.S'I4UII!'d rf'frigc'r- 'Fi' N- 'V' W ll1lll'1lIUll1-1.8 .S'IHll'A' mills by ilu' Geezlfis. lilfl,OlV: COl'wl'wl'fli, CIGA RS. A-IND H16-MAN .X'TORlli.S' .wi the 1111106 fm' Il XIlI'1'f'.S'.Sflll r11.s'l1 flnlftimz. HRS! ROW: lirannllcx, lhwgnll. SECOND ROW: llixun -x,..f-. H R. Dixon. IHIRIJ ROW: llullmm. liilmscm. l'OL'Rl ROW: fQl'llY. Urccr. l'll"'l H ROW: Gunter. Harvey, Hall if lL'l'. Hcnsuh. SIXIH ROW: Hightower. Xlellun. Kcmk kissingcr. lnwlcm, l.lIlI'iLlx. Nlurlin. SliYl-QNIH ROW Rugsmlulc. Rhmlcs. Spcmcr. luwc. XX'mnhlC. Whoclrull l'. U'umll'llH. 'bn--v Mv- 1'1- 'l""Y gee es yr' To promote fellowship among its members and fellow associates was the purpose of organizing the Geezles in l927. The functions include sponsoring the Homecoming Dance. an annual Christmas Dance. a Spring Roundup. and numerous lake parties. Included in the fraternity are nineteen members of the track team. four members of the boxing team and two athletic managers. The club also fields a strong contender in all intramural competition. IQRVIN IJVBOS111 1Jll'.NliIll'lIf At Christmas time the Cieezles sell Christmas seals and aid in the distribution of toys for underprivileged children. An annual Good- f -, -r will Banquet is held in the spring during which faculty members and 2 .4 L L . ,A 4,1 x officers of other campus fraternities meet with the Geezles to promote 9 i A , , 5 ' , ' J Ki' 'u . - ' '-', ' 1. 'a .. u. bettei understanding and fiicndship at North Iexas. eg!-iff , my N i 1 f Q The fall president was Ervin Duliose. The other officers were A I g ,E ta . ,w"?1-wx .lack P. Wfoodruff. vice-president: Bill Brashier. secretary: Edward Dix- 9 At, on. treasurer. The sponsors are Dr. O. Curry. and Jack Bishop. Blilflf AND l3Ri1fIl'X on the fironl .steps - tiff' prnrlz Ilfflllflfllif mlw if. ,"'4 ' r .i,i1ttif flczn "2t' s is f 9- In ' .....mv" A 4: 11. ,qw ' ,Q R' 3.3 1 , ,gsm ,, A . ti f 13, gs, F'- ' 23241 f ffl .1 C' '55' 5: N Qtf m n M 1' , - If E Q Q , ,t EZ P a..-w 9 Q 9 . lhv-"M" e- 'ff' 5 3497 9 J lea pi om ga Sure. we had our problems, but thanks to the Inter-Fraternity Council - bless their pointed heads - we got on the campus - awhile. .-Xnd before we knew it. we had inherited fourteen stalwart pledges, eager to flout authority. and travel - mostly travel. VVhen they were arountf, they helped the workmen redecorate the house with cork and knotted pine in preparation for our "modest" homecoming-get-to-gether, that was held after we found that Nevada just flat "ain't got it". l,l..XCll-Q BOLI NG 1""l'1' 4. 77 ' ' ' MMU! Mfe recovered in time for our Christmas formal: so we flung a "big 'un" at Tessie's tea room to the tune of 'Fessor and the Aces. Oh, yes. we too have our characters. For instance, there is Pledge- master K. Rhea who loves to imitate Ella Fitzgerald. And then look up and always see Brundrett "ankeling" up in bright green pants. Then there is our Prexy lloling noted for his "mouthing," The proof of this is in the Eagle debate trophies. The strategy of the pledges was directed by the able prexy of the pledge class, Sparks. Alumni and actives alike are looking forward to the next pledge class and the Spring Formal. .JH SOL AMICO. mm' K-P-O-110 . . . who needs rt telewzfsforz .wt Zlllifll talent such as this? X x 5 r 3 ' , ' 5 ' I 'f ' 2 M 5 2 I ' 2 f , 3 L - . , ,V ' ' 2 ,A - , I pi , t , 7, . v 9 , , Q X , V I f M . a X 1 5 'if ' s ii , . I N' ' : , , 5 4 0 -I I I . J 4 ' 5 f ' I ' ' 11' 1 u .4 .'l, sy'. , , . , 5 . 1 '4' I ft vt ,. X 11.5 . ' f f ., ,,W,g,?,-... s JW 'X rypxf Q .-si 1 . is t mat 715: "' Q35 ,4,1t,g,,R .Et v 4 'Ze X X Y As Vw? Y ' .- .t.. 'A 1 t . . . , i f " tvv- 51 ,.t, jg 3 I 5 ,,g,i,, . a t. 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RllllllllCY. Sewell. Shutolzi Smith. SliX'1EN'IlHl ROXY: SICYCHNOII. lgilum. 'l'urkctt.' 'l'urm'r. Vain Nlclcr, XV:iIkcr NYU X ks. Yillizuus, W.. ,, X iw. ..i. .. I " R V R 1 H 4 f"- W'- 4 x i M' in..-- xm in , it d 'F' Q: 'VX qjr , h ' h t Phi 'Iiaus began the year to the crash of falling timbers, whining floor-sanders and the slap-slap of paint brushes. In short order. Ireland Hall was remade and redecorated to become the first home of the Creen and Creys. Complete with wagon wheel chandelier. the western living room was the scene of many sock hops and coke parties as the group moved into their first full semester of active social life and fellowship. Claiming twenty-four pledges and the IFC scholarship trophy. the fraternity quickly moved into active campus participation with their fabulous "Lady in Red" show. followed by the capture of first place in Homecoming house decorations and third in frat floats. The fall session ended with the impressive Candlelight and Silver Ball. Spring brought another large pledge class and capture of the Blue Key School Spirit award. 'l'he traditional Kid Party was followed by the equally traditional Rose Ball and the presentation of the Rose of Phi Alpha Tau. Fall officers included Curtis Ramsey. grand commander: li, S. Ellis. marshall: Arlie Turkett, adjutant and Harold liurditt. pay- master. I"RUiW Iii-1.S'lx'li'l'l3Algl-S TU t,'lel1flS'l'M.Af.S' TlililiS Plz! 'falls .s'm1'l1' owe: I 1 on l'llHII,7ll.S. , , 1 5 1 1 ian., Qt-..-LA V ""' I L - 1 fy , ,W ff Agn - zz. , A W 0 5 , 3 ' Q 'P Ui1ff f"'1. 'WJ 'f ,IW ay f Av 7 1. , fs WZ! 6.1 f I fi' 1. gn f ,,, W ggw 0. 4 f if 4, 1 I "f s X! S 9 'f ri wg 'K 2 Fw, phi delta bet Organizer! November 9. ISHU, Phi Delta Beta was the eleventh campus social Iraternity. It was accepted into the Inter-Fraternity Council alter satisfactorily serving a years probation. It has as its purposes to promote fellowship among the young inen ol the campus and to unite nien ol' tlillerent laiths antl nationalities in wholesome liellowship. Although there were thirty-live inen on the Charter list, only Iilteen retnainecl on the canipus this spring when pletlgeship began. Prior to the liirst pledges came work ancl concentration on the reclecor- ation ol the house. Miter numerous clecisions ol' where to knock-out one wall ancl then where to put it. or whether to have the lloor checkecl or polka-clot. the general connnent at open-house provecl that all was clone right antl the house was very beautiful. Other functions inclucletl the Grey Clap Dance. a Rebel Row. anrl rush functions. Ullicers in the lall lor Phi Dells were Louis Robertson, presiclent: Clycle Hawkins. vice-presitlent: Gregory Roberts. recorcling secretary: N . ancl Ciharles Robertson. pleclge captain. 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Hawk im. lfOl'R'l H ROXV: Lipman. O'Hc:n'n FIIVIFH ROXY: Plzllzls, O. Plzllzls. SIX'I H ROXY Roberts. Robertson. SEX'liN'l'H ROW: Sums. XX'hite. u. '4.1'.Zv"9 -."' 8.1224 'Hi' "i'j,'?T.- U A4 ' ' Ag 1 'Abi .1 ff? - .4 sq. , we gmessx m y Q ' ' 1-swf: Wf A Rf? . R ' zfffiinzf QE?-TREE . , x fx ma M921 , r. 'W ' j 1 4 Af F , ',:?3,aQ V X 0 O -. D.. l Y Xxx il' X fer 1 - I I.. X i ir., 1. f x I' A A 5 s gi Ng1'i'. ' A Vw - ,X I, , ' - 1' I , . '-Qfflq X 3-I ' H' I .P XR 63 8 lb-I Nui! IK 5 ., ,, Ii' I . H ff- S 3 r 'Af-S . .I "' " A Ir, 'i - 4. A 'x 'll gli 3 xxx -.el 1 - 'iv L ., uh - A . 1, - 45. . H., . - R E ,X I I , J "' n ' I- - 1- I . -- .A -rg! ' lf. ' I 2 'Heb I' 9 siaff- rf , ' 5 , ., , 'V V V 5 . 'Q -.. F ,.. I ,MII V - 5 J ILE. GQ11- 'V :SEL-' H R' ,-3" ' ' "- 5: ' ' I, 1 Hrfvzf-f " 1, I n W" 1 W ft- 957 vi 5 V :A SD V , 'M' . .JS I - - ' I ' wwf" , ' N- IK' ' Q' 'I ,7, ,,,, ,, H, N A ' W1 ' x , - , , , , - 1 ,, f A 1 A ,AIHOI H: ll' .MH .S Hlulilt IN .S1W,eI1,l. PRINI' - 'Ann' n good . ' lfnlr' IUIIX firm' far nfl." Hl'fl,OII"2 HIIJIJICN TIILIQNT FX JOSHI. I g - , . ww ,M - ,fig I .,:f, I'lR5I ROW: Almbemnrlc. Anderson, Barnes. SBLOND ROW: 'ggi " """fI Klhzlppcll, Cox. Curry. THIRD ROW: Davis. Durham, Iivans Fowler. FOIIRTH ROWV: Garrison. Gillcan. Gray. Green, B. Hardy D AI. Hardy. Harris. Hawk.ins. FIFTH ROW:V'Hnnsenfluck. jones kennedy, Lucky. IJISIIIZID. Llvely. Long, Mask. SIX I H ROXIV: Mor ' Q xiii. 'TQTQTAT lun. Nlolmlgcwrrrcrv. Mic Donald. NIcjLz1in, Mcwxirlky, Nogl. Onstgzul ,, Sager. SIQVEN I H RONV: Scott. IIIIYIS. XVlnHen, XNIIIIFIIIIS. Yvlllll . mv: KWH " I P Zi, I xv' ,' xr . , - Z ,V Hg Il, ' nm. Ullllg. , . W gg Wig :mfr - . un x A ., gag , wr, I ,. M I ' ,W H 1 I . .,, W a ' 'f-:I H .R .R ' I , . , . Q. 5... .-f,f wx . ' ri XX ' 1 fy .V 4 A 7 , rf 4 .- J , X N N . x W f rr ff 'R I I I ', 2 . I I Rf . ES ' f I 'ff rr xt I. 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A uf fi, if ,D , W , - V 7 , I X x I , Ia 5,55 i- , 'Vx 3 " 4, gf 111719 - .4 , bp- If 'vm 4,9-y 1 ,1 igqwwf' Q, Q 'f HQ- b A 1 W 1 M , X .J 7 f pi phi pi Piety. lidelity, progress - with these key words in mind, nine NTSC students organized Pi Phi Pi fraternity in T929 lor young men "to encourage fellowship and fraternal spirit among young men with ideal and social outlooksf' Typical oi' Pi Phi Pi are red-headed pledges, VVednesday night k L serenades at the womens dorms and sorority houses, Saturday afternoon iaunts to Cowtown or Big "D", singsongs. cokes at the corner, and "real gone" functions. The Pi Phi Pi house is a two-story mansion at lltlel Sycamore Street. The sponsor is Mr. Jack Lawler ol' the NTSC English depart- ment. The alter-Christmas service enlistment panic seemed almost to end these things when thirteen members left for the armed liorces. The Spring Leal' and Christmas lormals . . . Purple passion dance . . . Pledgeship . . . Saginaw . . . Lake Dallas ...' These are the fraternal memories Pi Phi Pi graduates will take with them from col- lege. Fall ollicers included Ken Latimer. president: Howard Barnes. vice-president: Clen Montgomery, secretary: and Nelson Carrison and Toby Martin, pledge captains. NUT A ROAD 1iI,UlJlx', 1111! Pi Phi IIIVIIIIH' it "' ' S 7 X7 .Q " ' sf NJ? MW S Z 4 1- . .t X ,. 5 vf x5m12::::v, W, X fx' ' T A . , I an - c vgq 1 f, T ,W yv,V , , 7 7 KICN 1,.XTlMl'R l'H'.sirl'f'1ll t Ayn, . , I, ,S s 5 fa, ff. 'QF -: X ,,a, Q X Q X "" . rg-- 1 .1-. 5 f'U"S A ' 4 ef", Cllll'lll5 KIIQNKINS PVf',s1'rlf'I1l . X Y . ,Q . '.r VM - 4 ig Ei . was L Q 'X 'SQ S ,BZQL 15575 1 Jw' l.. 1 fdq M ,K ', . 1. xy, , ' '?vl N , if z 2 sigma phi nu Starting its fourth year, Sigma Phi Nu went off the deep end with an extensive redecorating program. New furniture, wall paper, and rugs completely fooled the exes who returned for Homecoming ac- tivities. Wfith these incentives. all members pulled together as never before and sponsored a magazine sales program to help defray expenses. All was not work this year, however, as several functions were highly enjoyed. Homecoming was the signal for an all-out celebration at Wliite Rock Terrace in Dallas. The annual Christmas Sweater dance left the members with added moments to remember during the holidays. The annual Christmas formal. a gala event. was held at the Melrose Hotel. Everything considered, the year was a profitable one, from the standpoint of achievements and social functions. Fall officers include Curtis Jenkins, president: aloe C. Smith, vice- president1 Jimmy Bristley. recording secretary: and Bill Lanning, ll'CHSLll'Cl'. Tlllilfli IVASNWI' ROOM for all on llfe If1.TlllII..S'0 llff' Signm Plfis si! on the floor. in Wg if N..x ,f W, uv -aff Zf 904459 I 4 I. . -- A Q 4 Q -. 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'IHIRD ROYV: CQIIPCIIILI Q 'Q' E IJ mis. If0l'R I H ROW: lidxs mls. ll.. limlwzmls l':X'2illS. lfcnc-ll, Lizuglmqmi. Candy, Grundy. FI1""I'H R lv 1 A A av xv Q H.lNl1iL'. I'lullimlglx. lhulsml, kl2lllll1ll'X. Killl, l,g1whu1'n. Loc. Maxwell. SIXIH ROYV: Milner. Montague ' I f, Tllfllc-IMRL-1ll.Illimllnlxngf.. llRln3L"lklr0II. Rugcxs, Ruyull. SICVIQNIH ROW: Suuls, Stull, Shaw, lea llc , J K Ugg. mlm iLlllL'!', mm ng ll. f g :1,: Q, S lag, I my Q , f M 1 , 3' Aw-f W.. , , if 0 K 'iii' .R 'xky in -? m y, , , K .V , 4 R ev T ' if - W M E .Q Cl! . .ll Q 2 44 5' -gf' f W' , W ' sf A - 4 ,J A VK - V . H , A .. it ,ary .V :li A M2333 I mi I In V ,av ' , , R ' x Q , Q ' N s 'G v' l av K' .W A Ng 4 , ' '- ,,. 4 ' A U '4 '--1v -ff' f- 'W ' W N- J ,Vv-,, , V , V Al V ' ' . I I x C .S st i ng' avg ' 1' A if ' V My fm L . g fs, W' fp rm - H A I . I J 2 ., A 9' . A alon 'l'alons, the oldest fraternity on the campus. has become through the years a tradition of worthy objectives. Since its beginning in l925, the 'llalons has year after year sought men of character and judgment to uphold the high scholastic and social standards that 'llalons' honor requires. "The foremost in each field" is the slogan that 'l'alons uses to de- scribe the cross-section of the finest men in every department of the campus. Rich in tradition, yet unpretentious and progressive, this brotherhood strives for quality in fellowship, efficiency in leadership, and sincerity in producing worthwhile fraternity endeavors. 'lihe highest point in the 'l'alons social calendar is the annual Spring Mother-Fathers' Day Banquet. Other functions include two formal favor dinner-dances, informal dances, parties. and picnics. Pledgeship in the 'l'alons is designed to aid prospective members in becoming suitable members, and meets all requirements of the Inter- fraternity Council. During pledgeship, and after formal initiation. scholastic standards must be maintained in order for a man to re- main a pledge or an active member. The 'lialons take pride in having had Dr. ll. Mcliryde as sponsor b e ICAR RY XVOUIJ l'l'e.s1'rlff11l yy since the fraternity was first organized. A 4 ,wwf 9 Fall officers were Larry Wood, president: Corky Evans, vice-presi- dent: Charlie Teague, secretary: and Charlie Rogers and A. Trigg, pledge captains. Marg' OUR 1'lC'llURE AJAIJIC? . . . lllis Ilffflllllllll? . . . for 1116 Yticzcifx? . . . we 11r'wf'r zlrwzrnezl . . . .' Q ff" llli XIcC1.XN1Jl.liSS l'Vf'.s'irff'r1l ff' ,. ,,, . .f - Q 1 ' ,M U tro 'ans Alter notifying their draft boards ol a change in address, the 'lrojan tt-.ttemity rushed into its bright new home this fall as Uncle Sam "zeroed in" on the members. Despite lack ol' manpower the mem- bers continued in the typical "old 'l'rojan's never die" fashion and blossomed into a prosperous year of lraternity life filled with the social activities. Highlighting the party schedule were the fall and spring formals previewed and trailed by numerous parties in the new home. Mary Arden Lodge. and the traditional "three keggerf' Known more lor their trips to Dallas than to the library, the 'llrolians kept up their academic requirements along with emphasizing the Trojan Scholarship Award which sends a worthy student through school each year. Officers for the fall semester were Claude McCandless, presiclentg joe 'l'hrasher. vice president: Bert Hall. secretary: and Wallace Parker, pledge captain. liVliRl'ONlf IS SO HA PPY flux! hurl: from P1UIIIt"7"S?, , if must be pay day. 2. t -1.-, , 1 'Wil ,'.:f' . i.. MW ,A f ' V xx Zflzfflfi wx . F' 1. ,. t ,vw ew , Y ts ' N . Wifi . 2.13, + Q ,ff fzff vc gj wj ,.1tv'.i..5, . ,Q '3 1-V , ., 1 "fm X s A 'Q f iz Y ' ,,., 4 fzqfg ,,., 4' ' ' 1 ' QS M sw! I' 1 X 1 t, ,ft XM! , 1 f' 7f 11f Wa 4 LN Q M. J ' . ,.. Q ex ,iflff-, ly K W 1 X X X M Y, xl 3 1 Y !1 I wa-I '25 x. 1... .-IBOVEZ THOIJN l'LlilJC2liS l'fN'l'ljI'ZT.JlN Phi Sig jJlffrIgc'.x' and ulzlfiif' bw llflnllg 1'IIfl'l'l"1AI'Il'f'If. BIQLOIVZ I'fl'IilH'ONl'f IS ON IIANIJ. il IIIIlSf fm lime fur 1116 Lune Ranger. RON' I: .Xrnnlcl. Blackwell. ROW 2: lilzlnkcnslmip. liolin, ROW 3: liuylvs, Clurlniclxzlcl. ROW -1: Cupcluml, llrukc. lfuslcr. ROW 5: Hull. Harris, Hul- iclcl, Hickersun. Hullmnzm, lgnrcll. Iuhnslam. RON' li: 1,1-wzlllcn. Luul. Xlclkcc. Nlesscr, Blume. Nnc.LOrr. Row Tr l'11rkcr. Vlicc. Prim-, Sparks. Shcppzml, flxhOlllIJSOll, lhrusI1cr. Nr. eg? ' We X "'i x YK A K 529 . V55 Y. 'ff ' ' N gr.. 0 -15 NI' A ff . w K I5 ' f fa Q, if .5'N 'ttf X 'ia-V cr is-A mr. E , ,w""A -ww 'T??"'W A fzfdwaa. , w 5 ,warn .., f' fum " 4 2 SS S ! 1 3 I Hn... . . 'f , Q J K ho- W 14" 'Ullman' -..-.,f- athletic com i ttee ,...... -0sx,,, X 4 1 is is S ,f ,Q 'l'l1e .-Xtliletic clUlllllllllCC serves 11s Llll zulvisory botirtl to tlie iltllllllllSll'lllltJI1 ztntl utliletic clivision ol the Physical Eclu- cation lJCIJ2ll'llllCllt to lb0l'Illlll21lC plans 111111 policies and award letters lor pzirticipation in varsity sports. Menrliersliip is coinposecl of Dr. l5e11ja111i11 B. Harris, Dean ol' Acliniiristratioii2 Mr. 'lllieron Fonts, Director ol' Athletics: Miss Pmeululr Hztrriss, Prolfessor ol' Pliysicul Etlucation: Mr. Robert Czrlcl- well, Business Mzrirager ol the College: Mr. E. H. Fzirrington, Director ol' tl1e Plziceinent Service: 211111 Mr. VVilliz11n G. lfVoocls, Dean ol' Men. Stuclent representzrtives were Earl Young, Larry Conces, zincl Charles Teague. 'lille stutlent representzrtives are appointed by the Presiclent ol' tl1e USN'l' with the ztpprovztl ol' the Senate. illlx, Hznriss. llllllli SIXNIJINKL: Yonnv, ii.1ltlwell, tlontes. llC1lgllL'. l'lill'l'lIlf'lUIl, I-Y 1 - rw H "rw X e l h om lttee The Health Committee was lormecl to coortlinate all health activities on the campus. lts general concern is lor the health ancl physical welfare ol' the students ol North Texas State College, antl to work lor the general improvement ol the stuclent bocly health. The Committees outstanding work of the year was the sponsoring of lectures, lorums, ancl movies on cancer for the College. Members were Emmett Cambron, Dean Imogene Bent- ley, Dr. Donnie Cotteral, Dean B. B. Harris, Dr. l,. C, Hayes, Miss June Kelsey, Dean Williaiii G. VVoocls, Dean Florence Schoular, Joe Abbey, Bill King. llruce Coleman, tluancjla Ramsey. antl Ray Thurman. SIQXI HD: Schoular, Harris, Bentley. tlamlvron. Sl XXDINL5: King. 'I hmm an Xl, mu R tmsu H ,,,,.,. s sts' , 'V- Y' s sh 'S N if f i Inusic coun il The Music Council was organized this year to serve as a stutlent aclyisory group to the Music Faculty. Since the School ol Music is so frequently represented. both in and out ol' the state. through public performances by inclivicluals ancl ensembles, this group was set up as an attempt to allow the music stuclents to share in the responsibilities ancl plan- ning ol the various activities. 'llhe members olf the group were electecl by the stuclent body olf the School ol' Music and by the honorary music organizations. 'l'he olliicers are Dale Peters. presiclent anal Sally Maxwell. secretary. Representa- tives are as lollows: lNf'lary Nan Huclgins. Gracluatel Clifford Shipp. Senior: Jack Rumbley. junior: Dale Peters. Sopho- more: Aclele Hutchinson and Pat McEver. Freshmen: Sally Maxwell. M u Phi Epsilon: Susan Schimelplienig. Sigma Alpha Iota: Jack Roberts, Phi Mu Alpha: anal Dr. Wfalter Hodgson. sponsor. Sl1fXllzl1g Peteis, Hutchinson, Hutlgins. Nlaxwell, Rumblex, STAXNDIXCL: Schimelpfenigp Roberts, Shipp, 526 u-Q' sig O 6 Ei" ,, l gf s 'w-um 7.24 "','f.f-'ifti f' as MM bf publl atlons Publications oi North 'liexas are goyerned by the policies and plans formulated by the Publications Committee. 'lihis committee selects the editors ol the .'lI'f'.Nfll, CIIHIIHIA Cllmf. and YUCC.-x. Membership is composed oi the editors of each publication. their associate editors, lour journalism students appointed by the USNT President. the Business Nlanager ol Publications and his associates. three faculty members ap- pointed by the College President. and Journalism faculty members. Dr. E. C. Ballard assumed chairmanship of the Committee following the death of Dr. XI. P. lVells. Student members ol the Committee were Bill Brammer. Mary Louise Broome. Frank Cagnard. C. R. Graham. Claude Harbour. Roger Holloway. led Hosack. George NIcCoy. Jack Murray. Curtis Ramsey. Joyce Shurbet. Gerald Skidmore. and Kenneth Smart. Faculty representatiyes were Nlrs. Helen lVilfong Fenoglio. D. Hall. Bullock Hyder. Nlrs. Dude Neville McCloud. Robert McCloud. Delbert Nlcfiuire. CI. E. Shuiord and Dr. Uma Stanley. l'IRSl ROXYZ Hall. Hhulord. Ballartl. Stgmlex. R, NlcC.Ioud. Nltbntiie. S11C.UNlJ RUN: Skidutoie. fvltilldlll. Httmttl-e ltlltlglitt. ll Nlcilloud. Nhurbet. IHIRD RUXY: llrgtmmer. xllll'l'LlX. Ramsey.t..tgn.t1'd.liroome. 5 A commzttee ""-5:1 1513? TT' is .,. K se 5 x 'SJR' 5 .Xxx . t 'AIX 7 we T7 l -JN. J N ,. fl 5219... .gk eff 'U ,Jr .. R115 R l 33 Y 1 1 2 Y Y' , yf Q. sf . Mp" .. Q ik 5" , .Ya i Ii. ,ug Q. 1 C al ha F.-XI,L OFFICERS 'I'ONI LINDSEY . I'1'ffsider1f .XLICE DI RIKEN Vim'-Pr'f'sirlenI CQLORIX ROSS Sl'l'l'f'fIl7'3' XNZXYNE RHO.-XDS 7,l'l'IlSIll'f'7' NIISS MYR'I'I.Ii BROYVN Sjmnsor , , . . , TOM LINDSEY DR. P. H. fvAl'1'f3R15 .S1I07150'.V lJ,..C,S,'C1C,nt . X M I 5.5 , E .t, , X 5 Q.. Q- 4 t i S i VIRSI RUN: llemllex. Rite. ,Xht-l, Ponel, 'lgnxloip Hughes. 1.111-tie. Oltlham. Hegml. SIQIZUND ROXYZ NlcI.ain. Honea. Han- son. CL:-ok, lhmuleiilwiiig. Clgmtrell, 'lhomay loam Smith. Haralson. Hemistel. l'HIRIJ ROXY: VIIIUIIILIS. Hesse. ulewell Smith, Parks. lDiI.hen, Ross. tlliarlton. 'tX'arren. Downing, Galloway, Clarke, Brown. l"0l'Rl'H ROW: Rhoacls. Iinnartl. Slaiitk, lhtnlfoiwl. Freeman. Kiel. limlsex. illlllllll. Petligo. Baker, Sewell, Daughely Alpha Chi is a national honorary society electecl by a member. The initiation ceremony which promotes scholarship and the elements ol isa formal banquet helcl in the Crystal Room at character which make scholarship effective. Marquis Hall. The initiation Iiee is for life- 'ilio qualify. one must be either junior or time membership. senior with high scholastic standing and be The Texas Eta chapter on this campus was X al ha ' SPRING OFI"ICIIf'.RS IOM LINDSIQY ,XLICE DIBBEN I GLORIA ROSS VVAYNE RHOADS MISS MYR'I'I,E IIRCJWN DR. F. H. UAFFORI3 ,IX LICZIQ DIBBEN I'1'r'f'-lJres1'f'le11I I'i1'ff- IjlAf'.NllIf'llf Pl'If.SlfII'Ilf Secrefu ry T rwls 11 IPI Sjzo nm r .S'j1o11.sm lm I P3 ---ua I'IR Hitch, Darwin. Hyde. Pmigony. Lightfoot, 'I'ankursIcy.iNol1ind. Moore. Brock. Ii. Hilde mind. 'I HIRD ROW: S'I' ROW: Skidmore. Campbell, Pinkerton, Ileeh, Iensen, De.Xrinond. IR, jones. Nlcllonnt-II. Ilargroxe. SICCZUND ROM f I Ring. Ilihhc-n ' Itullon, Krauter. XvIlII2lliCl'. Deinpscv. Nlzlxwcll, Iillllillll, Carroll. Xlalloclx, S. Innes. Itillinglmni. .Xlc-xglmlcr. PHI RIII ROXYZ Lawson. Nlicldleton. Clarmichziel, ciI'Cl'II, Ilzlssctl. Ilildelnziml, Ilzuis. Nltliaiy, Ilill. I'it'iu-. I,1n'gt-nl. I started in ISIQ4. lt was based on the honor so- Activities include panel discussions b ciety at the University of Texas and has estab- ineinbers on one ol' the great books of the day lished a high degree of acconiplishnient for There are also social activities. inembership and has becoine a full-fledged so- ciety. I-WIRSI ROXY: Kiltrease. Raslmurv. lrippel, lValker, Taylor, largent, I.ittleiol1u. Meatlor. Pearson. SECOND ROXV: Sulli- mu llL'Slllltl Hendricks lfiutlier food Settle leNlire Cltou Wyritk, THIRD ROW: Curry. Hutchisson, Carter, Snavelv. l'iirlLex. linntl-r, Htunplrrexs, Porter. I'OlllR IH' ROXY: liarnclli Stephens. Massey. Drake. Cla1'k.il'it'k1'ell. I al hal OFFICERS CQVINN RASBURY lJl'l'.Slfll9IIf GLENN TAYLOR . lylff'-Pl'l'.S'lllt"llf AXNQIANEILE GOOD xlO li C.-Xl..l.lSON Progmnzt Clmirmnn 'l'OMN'IlF. l.ARCliN'll Hej1ortf'r DR. O. CURRY . Sponsor TOM ROSE . SIIOIISOI' N. C. 5lll.l.,lV.XN . . Spmzsor Q-ihw CUINN RASBU RY Pre.s1'r1e11i .S'f1t'rf'fr1r'v- T l'6'flS'Il re r bda p' Alpha Lambda Pi is an honorary organiza- tion open to accounting majors with twelve or more hours and a B average in accounting. Members are selected by bids only. Functions ol the society are banquets, dances, and picnics. Meetings with the Dallas Chapter ol Certified Public Accountants are held in the spring. 'llhe club also attends two separate meetings ol the Fort VVorth Chapter ol the National Cost Accountants Association. Aims and objectives of Alpha Lambda Pi are to better acquaint students majoring in ac- counting with each other, to have the oppor- tunity to make contacts with persons in the liield of accountin0'. and to obtain a broader con- D cept of the profession of accounting. PATSY CH AR LTON I3l'C'Sffl'f'III' Alpha Lambda Sigma. an organization for senior and graduate library majors, selects its members on the basis of scholarship and service to the library field. alp a lam sigma OFFICERS PATSY CHARLTON JIMMIE DALE PRESSVVOOD MILDRED CURRY ELIZABETH DeFORD JOHNSON VIRCINIA CLARKE . . BOBBIE HORNE MCMINN . LADY KATE MEDDERS DOROTHY M. THOMAS President C6-P'l'F,S'TllF'l1 f school and after graduation. and to a broader lield ol interest in library Secrem ry Treus ll re 1' Sjlorzsor Sj1o11.so 1' Sjionsoi SIJOIISOI stimulate service. Activities include guest speakers and a luncheon for the library clinic. a n annual The organizations purpose is to provide breakfast at Homecoming, and the contribu- opportunities for closer fellowship both in tions to Denton County Library. FIRST ROXY: Charlton. Curry. Ross. Ileznd. SECOND ROXY: Presswood. klolmson. Bl'UWlIlllg'. fllllllL'N. pluslite. THIRD ROW: Weeks, Lacey, Nldlinn. All ,f :iff ' ts li, . - L 'QW K '5!""t-T ,eq WU CL X NT. ,M XX N.,,., - xt IAIRNI ROW: Xlmiis. l5gll1gl1t'lx.XX'iIkes. llaullee. SICCZUXD ROW: King, liznlwr. NIlNillixX'. PCITNIIIQIII, l,L'x'llllCY. 'I HIRIJ ROXY: Ihllllilltlll. I't-tlign. llultli. illllllll. lfzlrlex. i -'Wiki 'IWW' al ha mu alpha OIWICIERS IiII.l, XX'II,RIiS lmcsiflffrll i ' 'if' '-I 1'ff.sirlf'11l IIQXVICI, lJAl7CiIeIIi'lN I f J RXY l,lfRRYNI.XN l':t"I'!7l'fHll:Q' .S'1'f'Vf"l1 I NI fintlii Wi filll'I'I'.SllUlllltllg S1'1'V1'l1 .IININIY PIQDICLO ,lilY'll.SlH'I'l' 1-1' ISILL XX'lI,KIiS l'1'c'.s'1'fl1'11! n faf f ws: 'w 'f 5 5' - effvffT,f:Q1 Y ' 'ig .X pre-prufessicanal lfrztternity. Alpha Mu ,Xlplm was orgziiiizecl in ISM!! to pmnlote fel- lowship znnung pre-nieclieal students in such a way as to better prepzire theni fm' the study and eventual practice oli medicine. Lectures by science p1'ol'esso1's and doctors. survey trips to hospitals. Clinics. and medical schools, and :tn znnntzll clinner-clanee are among the activities. Menibership is granted on the basis of scholarship. personality. and interest in the medical profession. f ,RQ 'f - 'Q ff ' fftf ww if f W 7: ., , ZWWW ' ywl V ' fi . I 9540, U 4 , 1W 7' n,V l 'A1'AA R ' l ,,,. , , . . . , , . - Ol lf lt.l1R5 Q 49 ' X1 T wr N 1 J 4 - , V.VV , 1 IXCIK llfXlXlb l lLR I l6'.SIllf'lIf , . 2 V 3 l 1 Q W.: BILL lfVlLKlLb I iff'-Pleszzlwzi .flat M af R HELENA IUENCIERMANN .Secwfzlix . 'Q if f l I f swf, 1 2 :L I I f I , - , Q 1 f fs V 4 I Q i R t ROYCL lxNOVVlilLb I HJILSIIHJI 'IACIK l:3ANISTl2R Pl'f'Sl'lII'1If Delta Zeta cliaptei' of Beta Beta Beta, zt national lionorary biological l:'1'z1te1'1iity, ol'l'e1's biology stuclents an opportunity to lttrtliei' their prolessionztl knowledge, anal association with stntlents ol ll connnon interest. ln :ultlition to social lunctions, tlte societ 3, provides speakers in the lieltl ol science :tt tlieii meetings. New nienibers are taken into the oi'gz11iiz:t tion ezicli seniestei' :intl ll part ol' the initiation is :in inipressive lornitil cereniony usually lol- lowetl by ll tlinnei' :intl tlttnce. lflRS'l ROW: liritlges. lorns. Routli, Knowles, lltniistei. lVilltes, .IllL'llg'ClllllLlIlIl. Ilutlgins. SIQKIUNIJ ROW: llexunex. Rt-ss ling. Blown, Nlgnitin. Kilgoie. Nlorlglntl. Lntlitnn. Nlcliinney, King. IHIRD ROW: jones, tlitlmn. lunlex. linttiann. Nlt I lll RUN NltXl Hill uns litlxti lituni lull o llnnilton ltllNlllll1 Dlll,lllIX Nilflq. llinlignn. lattksfntifltoml. lfUl'R' ' 'I l'olle1'. swf , C - i , fy : X t 4.-. , M.. y sv '53 ff . . e gs .Nt ':..inn. "i1.',4".'a ,"'g,.1' .' "" 1.451- Qgfs, 'P' wg, V 6 'rw-. - ft l Z SQ is A "' t ff' PQ Q K I . Y l A 1. N - l M. L : Q.- blele lffX1.I. OFFICERS l'4Xl' SliWF.l,l, , Pre.siflei1i IIQXYEI, D.-Xl'CHli'liY lt'ic'e-Prmirlerii qXl.l"RED BROAD Secrelury FARl,1i YU UNC 'l'rea.s1n'er ,Xlter a year and one-hall in petition, the N'l'SC Chapter ol' Blue Key National Honor Fraternity was installed in December by Nation- al President John C. Jordan. .linpressed with Blue ,Keys youngest chapter. the National Exec- T ' I utive Council invited NT to be its guests at tie National Convention in San Antonio Decein- ber 28-flll. 'Ilhe three presidents ol Blue Key. Curtis Ramsey, Pat Sewell, and '4Doc" Daugh- ety attended: the Nl representatives later wifi? 3 if is Q as X PAT SEVVILLL Pl'f'.sfIl6l1.f On campus Blue Key lived up to its prin- ciples ol service to campus and coniniunity through enrichment to student activities by its new School-Life Contest, which included Club Day, Talent Show, Hoinecoining Week and its events, All-College Caroling, Athletic Posters. and Christmas House Decorations. Other pro- jects were the sunnner revision ol the Freshman Handbook, publication of the Calendar ol Events, Freshman Orientation. and spring pro- served on the all-iniportant Expansion Policy iects lor the Chapel Fund. Connnittee. l'!RSl ROW: lurlxell. Farkas, Honea. Sewell, Iaxlor. King. Ramsey. SICCUND RONV: xlenlxins. Blain. Butliannan. NVillxes. I Nlatliis. Bioglcl.YollIlg,fll'1lll1llll. Noliles.XYliiIe. IHIRD ROYV: leittiwftitiftl. lones. Wliitalxer, lillis, Lindsey. Runililey, lower. llauglielx. ' ' , W7 3 X FIRST ROW: Hennessee. Iyson. Hays. Dempsey. Lightloot. Baker. Lvles. Kulmetlx. SMIONIJ ROW: Woniatlx, I-Qstes. Bailey. Brown, Levine, Murphy, Harriss. Pilkev. 'IHIRD ROW: Cotteral. Ii. johnson, W. If. johnson, McMillan. Bell, lrotlcl. Thigpen, Angell. A I elta p i p Delta Psi Kappa is a national scholarship and professional honor fraternity for women majoring and minoring in health. physical edu- cation, and recreation. The Rho Chapter ol Delta Psi Kappa was installed in lSl28. The purpose of this organization is to foster fellow- ship, promote professional standards, and achieve skills in the three areas. Candidates for membership must have sophomore standing, must have a "B" aver- age in all academic work, and must have com- pleted three numbered courses in physical edu- cation. Annual activities begin with the Founders Day Tea, followed by the Christmas Party, and the Homecoming Banquet. OFFICERS IIONNIEDEMPSEY . President! QI.-XNIE I,ICLH'II'FOO'II' fill?-lJl'6',SliIf6llf KIQINIWII 'YHICPEN 1'ft'I'Ul'lfII1g Sl'l'I'f'fIlI"Y SUE ISI-Xli ICR Clorremjzr 1111 ling SFl'l'Ff1ll"Y IIURNIS I,YI,ES 'l'reus11rer MISS F.DI'I'H KUBECK Sjzmzsm ass- --,. 3' XE I 4 :gm bv., IIONN I Ii DIQNIPSICY l'nfs1flf'r1Z "-"' N X lflRS'l' ROW: Ray, lltxlrmoml. Noland. Ncfleliee. Meador, Kelley. SECOND RONV: Hughes, W'elborn.Sorrells, Cullin. Nor- wood. lfinnie. Cforlwet. Borden. NlcNlinn. 'IOHIRD ROW: Moreland. Nicholson. Martin. Knox. Langston, XV. Brown. Scherer. lfOL'R'IAH ROW: Miller. Duncan, Doss, Hansen, D. Brown, Shell. amma t eta u si on OFFICERS XVILLIAM SHELL . JOHN BORDEN , PHILORA NOLAND FLORENCE CULLIN . :fs fl 2 k"' ' , f i 6,3.g fwbx W x X f Q fw"m-+"N f W f ,",., 'A ,- , , AZAAV yu ll L LZ e e fe ffl .'Vl y!yQQ?y'Tw v fr A Er A '35 - 5 Q N f XVHJJANISHELL Pwndmw Gamma Theta Upsilon was organized to provide a bond of fellowship among students ol? geography, to promote geography as a cul- tural and practical subject for study and in- vestigation, and to create and administer a loan fund for furthering graduate study in the field of geography. In the fall olf 1950 the national secretary- treasurer reported forty chapters with a total membership of In selecting its members the fraternity considers the academic standing of the students, but emphasis is placed upon evi- dence ol' sincere interest in geography. Alpha Alpha chapter here received its charter in January, 1949. Robert A. Miller of the geography faculty, sponsored the new chap- ter. It was represented by delegates in the national convocation in l949-50. ye-0-W laapp pi OFFICERS LOUIS ROl5liR'l'SUN Presitlenl HELEN RAINS Vile'-1Jl'I?.SiClFIlf BILLIE HARRIS .Secrefurvt LOUIS ROBERTSON AILEEN HUSISENET Treasurer l,l'l'Sl.df'lIf Kappa Pi is a national honorary till Greek- letter fraternity, open to both inen antl women. 'llhe purposes of Kappa Pi are to proinote art interest among college students, to bring art departments ol: various colleges closer to- gether through its activities, to know the work of other students through the exhibits. to stiniu- late higher scholarship. and to recognize po- tential anal professional ability. The Beta E silon cha Jter ol' Kan a Pi 'e- P l l P P titionecl in Nov. 1950. antl was installed Jan. 9' CF' -!. lJJl. 'lilhere are chapters in nearly all parts of the Unitecl States. l"IRS'l'ROXV: lialtlwin. Reexes. Rains. l,l'1llStlI1.xxvlllL'N. SIQCLUND RUXY: llritler, Ilollier. lfilth. llgnlis, Nltlfatritlge. Hol mann. Kelley. 'IHIRD RUXY: Stholieltl. U'lIea1n. Roberts. Robertson. Craig. Hawkins. if iw.- I ..- ., . , .. .,, .- . . . , s . , ., . . , .. . ...W v, Lv., f,.,. ,..,,.,. v X f, .YN ,.y...g..xf X. . . . t. . ff K... Fw. ,fp ,,,,. g r, . .V .qw .N .R MQ, Z po. .. - W W -igfttwd 1- 'S laa pa delta p' l'fXl.l, Ul"l'llCERS tLl,URl.X RUSS Prexidwzl liXX'lil,l, SNll'llH . l'ic'e-Pre.s'z'flei1l l.Ol 'VBNIX U. HEARD fff'l'III'If1'I1g Se1't'el11i'ly xl.-XNIQ l,lCLH'l'lfOO'l' CUl'l'f'.NlDOIIIllllg Sec'retui"y are P.-Xl'l, l'li'llERSON , 7ll'FllS1lI'f'I' G1i25.:fib,5fOSS 'C'? ' , wg 7? IVA' VZ' HRS! ROW: Ui, Xt-uton. Ross. It-well Smith. Soirvls. Slxlilllltblf. Det-h. Brown. SICCIOND RUXYZ Lightfoot, XX'arren. Ilendy, llaialwn. l'lt'niistei'. It-an Smith. lhonias. I,aCLut-. IIIIRD ROW: Rice. .Kit-xamler, tlharlton, klensen, Hyde. Willingham, lhmning, HDI RIH RON: NlcI.ain. Ixra1ltt'r, Middleton, Linnard. hilton liaplia Delta Pi is an honorary society in education. and nienihership is restricted to lac ttlty and nienibers ol' junior and senior classes. Prollessional attitude, sound scholarship. character and desirable social traits are points considered in electing' nienihers. The annual lorinal initiation banquet was held in the Crystal Rooin of Marquis Hall. Members oi' Alpha Iota chapter heard lec- lea a delta p' SPRING OFFICERS GLORIA ROSS I Ptiwirleiti KIEVVELI, SMITI-I lf'ic'e-Prehclenf I L. W. NEVVTON Coznzicilor NIIQVVELL sM1'1'H r N I'i1'e-Prc?sir1f'11t MYR I. LE BROVVN SilOH.5'0I' ,fy f- .X , ' ,wi f 4795 af I"IRS'I' ROIVZ Hentllcy. DeiXi'n1ontl. I,zngent, Igiwson. HiItlelmr11ml.I,.IIC-ilrtl.D.Hezirtl, SICCIOND ROXY: Nlaixwc .I Q -s II Inx hc, J Ilgiiioll. Gullowziv, Din-win, Nolantl. Nloore, Aliel, Nltilonnell. IIHIRD ROW: tlinitiell. Iiiuiiitleiilmrg, illgnke. Iinkeiton. Ilannphc-Il. Ifinnic, Cook. I'on1l. Hanson. I"0llR'IH RO'IVi Nlatlotlx. Iuvlor, Slxixiclx. IIai'gi'ow, IIont:zi. IYilson. Davis. tures on subjects ol' vital concern to piofessional people ol' education given by the new nienibets ofthe education faculty. The chapter sent two delegates to the Sev- enteenth Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi heltl at Spring Mill Inn, Spring Mill State Park, in Mitchell. Incliana. Delegates were Gloria Ross and Jewell Sniith. ' ws , I I I I r, I I I -127 L gammadion 1"gX1,1. O1"F1CIE.R5 1S11,1, CI1,1iND1iNN1NtL Presiflwil PECLCLY HUSIQ l'i1'e-Pr'e.s'i1lf'11l 13URU'1iHY 1-IICARNE Secretary Rosia xii-xiii' isiuii Treuszzrer mu' NINE N va , X., 2 B 7 . V is AY' HRS! ROW: Wlnitlock, rXnm1erson. Nlillet. Kllenciinning. Hearne. Bran, Chaney, Rainwater, Clrannell. SECOND ROXV: Xtoocl. Wliite. Clox. Cioode. lhomas. Baker, Milligan, Burnett, Noland. lichols, 1'ierson.Kear1my, l3ram1i,Burns. THIRD ROXY: Giles, Clain, Blanlxinship, Reiniger, Morgan. Spratt, jenkins. llorlch, Neely. Iles, liuller. IVUURTH ROXV: Brown, Mat- lliews. Homker. Grainger. 'I:ite. Hull, Van Meter. Smart, Peterson, Turner. Gammaciions, an honorary society of fresh- and high moral slanc1art1s among first and sec- man and sophomore stuclents. was organized in ond year students. 11131 hy the Kappa Delta Pi lor the purpose of The scholastic requirement for inembership recognizing and encouraging the scholarship in the past years has been at least a 2.0 average O gammadzon SPRING Ul'ilflCIF,RS Pncatav HITSE 11,-fkttfffm jo ANN KAY .sift-,Wi-y ROSE MARY BRAU 'lll'f'fl.Slll'f'l' NIR. N. H. t:H,xNNiiv slfww lflRS'l' ROXYZ llztvis, Slimlgrzlss. Sayles, lvlltllllllll, l'uynlcr, qlulnlson. 'lzwlmg 4I2lC'liStlll. Rolmerls. SICCIOND RUXV: fnrns, Rushing, Price, ll'illis, 'Xlm'g1tn. ll:1lmergc'r, flzlrrull. NltRt-airy. llglll. XVQIII. 'l'lllRll RUXY: Nltlhitltx SllllIlllC. llamnmli, Ret' nultls. Duns. l3:1ltel'.C.t1r1'1c. llllblllllii. Slmtlnl, hnnun. I'Ul R I ll ROV: Slicets, lligtlun. Xlztnnt-. Rutlt-tlge. t.nltn'tlu, Strxtttglixni. Rowell. Iluwell, Bell, Williams, Kay Cirttnilmlnn. l3ai'lxlt'x. in the first semester of lreshnian work anal all ecl to petition Alplizi Llllllllll Delta lor wtnnen persons with this requirement were invitecl to and Phi Eta Sigma for inen. national liniicntiry join the Gannnadion Society. societies, for nienibership. Ending an oltl The Grnninaclion societyol' l95ll-5l clecicl- cznnpus trziclition. this will be the lust year :wx , 5 Qfisf S' HRH! ROW: Houston. Pate. Nlt-wer. Holmes. Noble. SECOND ROVU: Peters. I.oxelac'e. Harris, Duncan, THIRD ROXV: t.uinn. lftnmer. Busch. E if gammad 'on that the Uammadions will be organized here at North Texas. 'llhe scholastic requirement lor Alpha Lamba Delta and Phi Eta Sigma is a 2.5 aver- age. ROSE NLXRY ISRAII 'l'i'f'r1.s'11nfr The Gammadion Society meets the third Thursday ol every month. Programs include musicals. debates, book reviews, and guest speakers. Some of the social functions include hayrides. sock hops. and various kinds of fel- lowships. Each fall and spring, a candlelight initia- tion ceremony followed by a dinner-dance marks the beginning of each new members ac- tivities in the Gammadions, and it is at that time that the officers are installed. Next fall the society will be segregated with the eligible women students entering Alpha Lambda Delta. JAN DOVVNING Ijmsizlezzl Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Melvin Fenoglio, Merituin was organized in the spring of 1950. Its constitution stresses scholarship. leadership. and service, and is liniitecl to senior women outstanding in those lfieltls. 'llhe thirteen nienibers began the years activities with a Big VVheel Party for the fresh- nien. Continuing with a campus-wicle Honors FIRST ROIV: Stott, Haniniack, Duwning. Dently. .a . erit OFFICERS JAN DUXVNING s 1Jl'l'.SI!lI'llf N.-X'l'AI,lE Hi-XMMAGK l'ic'z'-I'r'1'.sirlf'11l PEGGY DENDY Ser r'1' fury' lXfIAR'I'HA SCOTT 7iVf'll.SllI'f'7' VIRGINIA COFFEE Pul1lic'illy IVANIXX ORRILI, HI5If7I'IIlll Day, a Junior Tea, and the annual "Calling Out" Ceremony which reveals the elub's new members. Plans are being inafle to increase the college Chapel Fund. Miss jean Harris assuxnetl the sponsorship cluring the spring semester, alter the resignation of Mrs. Fenoglio. SECOND ROW: Mum-e. liaylm. Stliimelplenig. Gumlinan. Orrill. lleaitl. it 3 2 l'lR"Bl' ROXY: Ran. Pintlztle. Daly. Yintenl. Hanson, Slllllllltw. Nlnxwell. l,1lfillC. SECOND RONYZ Algttkson, Jones, Lockwoocl. Xlaipes, Peck. KQ1':1iligc'l'. Gaston. Harley. IHIRU ROXY: Pond, illlUlll2lS, Miller, Clzunp, Rosenthal, Sweat, Reed. Blilllllillll. tiurrie. mu phi ' on UFFICIIERS PROT.-X VINCENT Presiflfzzi CLXII, U,-XIX I'i1'f'-P1'r.s'irlm1l NIA-XRY SUE RRY ff0l'I'l'.9fJOIlIlllIg SFl'l'f'fIll'.X' IRAN l'lND,-Xl,E 71lY'Il.Silll'Fl' DR. HF,l,liN HFVVlT'l' , Sjmlnsor is 'E' l.lCO'l'.X VlNCllfN'l' 1"lil'.SI'fll'IIf Mu Phi Epsilon is ei national honorary mu- sic sorority, having as its purpose the recog- nition olf scholarship and niusicianship. and the promotion ol' lrienclship with its sisterhoocl. Qualilications lor the society include 21 ll average. zt faculty reconnnenclation. and 30 hours in niusic. Each year the sorority has 21 State conven- tion zinrl also Il National convention, which was helcl in Seattle. l'Vasli.. this year. .-Xctivities inclucle a bi-annual formal din- ner-clance. A Contemporary Recital was given in JZIIILIPITY. phi 'lon om 'cron OIFFICIERS MARY Bli'li'H KIANIES i PlPSI'lll'l1f l'A'I"l.'Y EULER . lyllff'-Pl'I'.SlIlf?I1f DOROTHY HUNEYCl,Vl"l' C0l'Vt".SlflO'IIIH'lIg Se1'l'y NAOMI EMBRY l'2l'l'UVIHIlg Sf'f.'l'f'llll"y l'mE'll'illY RO MAN S . . 'llH'1l.SIl rw' MARY BETH IAlNfl1iS i V N Y Q Pl'l'.Sfllt"lll- lVlRS. lSl,A lVlAlL lVlAXl2Y S!1lHl.N1Il' l'hi Upsilon Omicron. a home economics prolessional fraternity. was loitnded in l9L17 as the Alpha Iota chapter. Its purposes are to promote professional work in home economics, give service to worthy causes, develop strength and independence ol character in each member, and provide means for meeting moral responsibility and to develop active and intelligent citizenship. A candidate lor membership must he a second-semester sophomore home economics major, and scholastic average must he l.8 oi a hove. At the present time there are twenty-eight tnemhers in the active chapter and an advisory council composed ol' honorary and altimnae meinhers ol the home economics faculty. liIRS'l ROW: Nlaxex,lzttler.Honexc1itt.Roinzms,Iiinhry. lznnes. Rgtmsei. SICCQONII Rott! llc-ard. lhooks. Iona-s. litirket. i x o h Oehlsililzieger, Milligan. Hiirxer. lIlHlRlJ ROW: Sliackleltioi' FOIVR l'H ROXV: Clzillmvziv. Maxwell, Sims, Scligirlf lferil, Khao ti, Izixlor, Vluiiglwetlwr. llvrd. llziniel. Huston. l,os'er , l, nk Qltl. d. GV phi mu al ha sin onia OFFICERS C1l,llflfORlJ SHIPP GEORGE EAXSON Vice-President IMXRRY .XUSTIN . Se1'relz1wr'ly , ROl5liR'l' l3l'Llll,XNfXN 7ll't'lI,.Sll7'67' i DR. XV, H. HODCLSON . r Presidenf , CLIFFORD SHIPP 'Sl'0"'m'i President W. 0 fi 6 a HRS! RON: Iliiminghgam. liaison, Nhipp, Xuslin, Ruclmnuu, Nlrflox. ,Xppelm:m. lloclgson. SICCZOND ROW: Rogers, Slavick, Rohmis. Xloselm. Comix. Xnlhonx. Illulson. llc-sl. I'c-rkins. IIIIRID ROW: Gnu-rrx. Perri, lux Nlcfllellzmil, Knriies, lfnrkzns. Y UU l-l.i,h, Phi Nlu ,Xlpha Sinlonia is a national hon- orary Iraternity organized in H398 at the New England conservatory, Boston, with the pur- poses lo losrer loyalty Lo the Alma Mater, to further the cause ol music in America, to spon- sor the fraternal spirit among students of music and no develop the musicianly man and the manly musician. Its membership is based upon scholarship. GEORGE EASON Vice-Pr'1'sir1r'1Il phi mu al ha sin onia SPRINC OFFICERS LARRY .iXlTS'IlIN N. A. LEE . BOB BUCHANAN BOB CODY I 'l't'ff1a.s.'mfr Pres 1 zlrfnl -Pmsirlffrzl Sffwlfz rv DR. VV. H. HODUSON Sjzmzsm' , S ',Ns . z ,k', , I W 2 S? Q ' v f, . FIRST ROXYI jenkins. Bledsoe. l"ttIlt'rton. Nlfllwatin. Bukc. SIQIZOND ROW: l'f'll'I'S, Ratmsvx. Cuilhcnttt. l,itIttctiw:tld. Wood- ard, Goodwin. IHIRD ROW: Knox. Innes. Sutton. Dgnis, l.mt'I:ltt'. Stone. interest in music. and general qualities of char- VVeekly meetings are held and programs acter. During the year. this chapter furnished include speakers whose topics are usually re- a lull scholarship for one needy student, spon- lated to the music world. sorecl a musical program. and received honored professionals on the campus. 30 .-Q,V.,1.,- , 5 51 ' d l ' P1 0 fa Ph' 1k,,xfgiI uhb, Afigiilsgg 11, 1 E ii ROBERT HARDIN , P1'esirIer1t ' FRANCES HORSLEY li7lC6-P'T6,9fC16lIf Q l ,ff ROBERT MCLAIN Secretary l 5 FRANCES BIGONY , Y1T6?Il1Sll7'6'7' RO"2lff,,,ilgf1RDm DR. MARIAN DQSHAZO 1911011101- 1 l 'lhc l4ll'CllCl1 clcpartittctital honor society. cicrfjiitotiics hclcl iii Marquis Hall. 1 l'i Delta Phi, was startccl on this camp 111111. 111511. At present there are thirty-niiie chapters. 1 US Ill It has for its aims the rccogiiitiou of merit 1 1 iii thc stucly of Frciicli language. literature and 1 1 1 Civilization in American u111ve1's1t1cs and the 1 Il' ' " 1 " ' ' lcxas. Alpha Iota, the 1 lot ol uhith 111 111 I chaptcr llCl'C. was officially affiliated in N50 ii'ost61'i11g of Frciich culturc in America. l'IR sl ROW: llotslt-x. llllllllll. Iiigom. XIcI,a1i11. Hagut NX ilI1.1111s. loutx. -, SIQCZUND ROW: Claim, I'ctc1so11. Nlguson. llc-SI1a1o. Orjlncla-Cozumel. l I 1 l 1 W l I 1 l E l"' 1 1 I l 1 4 l I 1 1 l 1 l 1 ,Q-.. 1 I I 1 l I 1 l1 1. 1 W FIRST ROW: Carroll, Cowan, Davis. Skidmore. Dc-eb, Curtis, Spitzer, McDaniel, Bridges. Mobley. SECOND ROW: Dodds, Anderson. Landers. Ilendlev. Currie, Rite, Greenwood, NVallace, Rutledge, Morris, Brown. 'l HIRD ROW1 'lavloiy Sullivan. I"riddv. Stedman, Dudlev. Grogan. Todd. llaudv, Starr, Clarke. l9Ol'R l'lI ROW: Ienkins, Rt-nt, 'I'xlc-r. Nlt-mlor. Honest, Child:-is. iltii-mit, ni. cum. tenant. tzattms, Institut. pi om p' Pi Omega Pi, national honorary business education lraternity. requires that its nienibers elect business as their Iirst teaching lield in which a B average is maintained. The Eta Chapter is the largest in the U. S. Its activities include speakers and exhibits. The club sent Al Honea as its delegate to the na- tional convention in Cleveland. Dr. Ruth An- derson froni 'I'.C.U. lead a panel discussion oli the various phases ol' Business Education in Texas. Club projects include a quarterly news- letter, textbook and classrooni equipment ex- hibits, and photographs of all graduates to be kept as permanent records. OFFICERS FLOYD JENKINS e 1,l'l'.SI1lf'IIf AL I-IONEA , , , . l'ic'1'-Pr'e.siflcf1zf QIANICE MOBLEY lil'I'lIl'IH'IIg Sl'l'Ii6'fIll'AY KAIHRYN IANDERS fillI'l'I'.SllI1l1flI'l1,g' Sf'c'l'y DOROTHY VVAIIACE 'l'rm.s11rer ARLENEVVIIIINCHAM . fff'll1H'ft'l' MR. I,. M. COLLINS. hIR. IOE R. 'PE'I'IiRS. NIRS. ARDAIH S'iIlEDNl,fXN. NIR. N. Ii. SUI,I,IVAN .S'11ol1.s'm1s FLOYD -IEN KI NS Presizlezzl A-Elf" J I lap, R. e E 'Q' 15 . 19 gg My to 'Nrf3W',, W Vt 'EPP 2? if A3 Zi 2 , Q J N l'IRSI ROW: llonnex, Blackwell. lfrietlszun. linker, Mitchell, Shelton. SIQCIOND RONVZ Sills, Nltilullough, Lindley, Ronizlno. W fnse IJ Inst- C'oothn'in lI'llRh ROW: Isbell. Nltlalin. Nlalrtin, Chulde. Clondrey. Rznnsey. If0l'R'IiH ROXV: McElroy, . -4 , . -1 . I 1 . Setlxer. Winn, bran, Xlxc-ls, Ol"lf'lLlliRS SHllil.D5 Nll'llCIHEl.l, liEll'l'Y IMXKER RHVAX FRIIQIBS.-XM 'liHlil,NlrX RE.-XDIQR lill,l, SHlilfl'ON Sllll' l,lD.S rXll'lC1lllzl.l. l': r'SlflffIIf Presiclenl l'iz'e-l91'esirle11l' Sl"C'l'Kfl1,l'lX' Hl.S'fO7'lIl,lI Ifejzorle r ' hi Psi Chi. a national honor society in psy- chology, recognizes outstanding students nia- L L 'orin0' or ininoring in cholov' . . U U D Requirements lor niernbership are based on credit hours and an average of 2.5. The group furthers interest, research, and fellow- ship in the Iield oil psychology. Activities for the year include a lO1'l112ll initiation and banquet each long semester. A Christiuas Party, Halloween party, and spring picnic close out the years activities. Guest speakers and lilrns relating to psychology are presented by the group. igm alp 'o a UFFlfIIiRS ANNA RU'I'I'I BENSON l'1'1'.sirl1f11l VIRGINIA XVALISERCL I'l.l'f'-PI'l'.SIIll'l1l ALICE FIELD Cn1'1'1f.sjm11f1'i11g St'l'I'f'fllI"X ELAINE KARNES l':l2f'fll'IlI.'Ig St'I'I'I'fIIlI'X .11NN,fx 1111111 1a1QNsoN PM REESE I T'W'Wm 1J,.l,W,,,,,, MRS. VIRCLEN E ENCLLANII ES'I'I'IS S!lUIl.SUI Sig11111 Alpha Iulzl, ll IIZIIIUIILII music l1'11- SCIIUILIISIIIIJ 111111 111115113111 ability. 1c1'11iLy Im' IVOIIICII, was c11'gz111izc1l 1111 this L11111- ,xc-ljvilics lm- lrhc Wm- illclllilc 1-ml, lumix. Pub m IMI, 11111111 thi 5I'0'W'I5lI1I9 "A M15-W' llUlIS, wclcc1111c pz11'l1cs IU11 111cc1111111g XVUIIICII C. I3'1i11. - 1 A - . - 1 ,,., , , YCCCIJIIOIIS. 21 May IIIIIIICI'-IDZIIICC. LI bcmm IIIC 111c111bc1'sl11p IS IIIIIIICII lu lofty 11111s1c . . . . . . B11cz1kI:1sl. 111111 scvcral 1'cc1lLz1Is. 111ah1o1's or 111111o1's who have 21 IS 2lVCl'ZlgC lll 11111s1c M 4,1 . X, - . 1 Q - A . '. , vf . , Courses. Each member must havc 3 faculty I..1cI1 yL.11 A 511011101 I1o11o1 IS .11x.11cIc1I to 1'eCo111111e11cIatio11, 211111 1111151 have excellent 1l1c11111s1z1111Ii11g IIICIIIIJCI' Ill thc sc11io1' IJVCLIIQIAZISI. I"IRS'l RUNY: I,Im'1l, StIIIIllCIlfIL'llIg', Si1111a11, I51-11su11. II2llIxL'l, K:11'111,-Q, Si111ps1111. Inv. SICCZUNID RUN: R1'cw, Wxnllnmg. Igllllll I'icIfI. IICLII. RAIIIICIX. S1-llu1. lfox. Rcxxmlds, IHIRID ROW: H111-lis, Ilcs. Ilmlgins, KIIUCI. SI1g11Ii1I, R11111I41ls, Klllllll'l', lli1111111-I lillllmk. I"Ul'R I H ROW: S1101-ls, Utiincr, Hull, HULLCI. Rippx. I'I1'igI1lc11. I511II111k, S111ill1. Q v- gf gi. pls t 11- tx' ,K , IAIRSI RON: ll1n'lmt-ur. Noel, Dyson. Wright, Williams, SICCZOND ROW: Moseley, .Xtteberixg Yeargan, Slexenson. YVilley, lilalnineix IIIIRD ROW: xlikillllll Grandi, Uaglixml. Skitlmore. tlralialu, Hosatk, Wootlrtlllp sigma delta i OlfFlCh1RS FRANK CLXUNARD e PI'f'.S'lClf'IIl 'l'l4lD HOSACIK ljlllf-Pl'H.S'ltlit?llf l5ll,l. BR.-XMMER , . .Skntretury 'l'UNl XVRIGHT A -S6'I'gl'lHlf-Ill-IlI'IIIf.S Dlil,l3liR'l' McCLUIRE . . . Sjiovzsor Cl. li. SIIUFURD A . Sjzonsor "2-YZF? l"R,XNK C.XCLN,XRD lJH'.Slflf'Ill Sigma Della is an honorary fraternity com- posed ol outstanding male journalism students. Membership includes third and fourth year collegians who have shown talent, initiative, and ability in editorial journalism. their "chosen" profession. Sigma Delta was lormed on the campus in 1949. Since its conception, it has cooperated with the Press Club and Theta Sigma Alpha in furthering the departments professional pro- gram and journalistic service. lt has worked with these groups to bring outstanding profes- sional speakers to the campus to address meet- ings at the Press Club. During the lall semester guest speakers were Wlard D. Mayborn. publisher of the Sher- man Democrat, and John Ellis, news editor of the Fort Wlorth Star-Telegram. sigma delta pi OFFICERS BARBARA I-IACLUE , . , 1Jfl'f'SlflFl1f MARGARET FLEMISTER I'ic'e-Pfitmifleizt bl O ANN COX .S'ec'trelfn'y-Treziszwer' IRMA ALVAREZ Song Ifzlrleft' BARB,gLfr1Q1ff,6IffflGLlE DR. HENRY m.NNE1,LEv S .spmmm Sigma Delta Pi is a national honor fra- ternity lor those students interested in Spanish. Membership is determined by a B average in Spanish and a B average in all other subjects. This chapter, Alpha Pi, was founded in 1938. It is one of more than fifty chapters in outstanding educational institutions of high- er learning in this country. The group meets twice each month and was organized to develop a wider knowledge ol' Hispanic contributions to modern culture, to provide nucleus for Spanish student activities, and to reward those students who demonstrate special attainments and interests in Spanish. FIRST ROYV: Flemisler, Hague. Dannellev, Cox. SECOND ROW: Paul, Alvarez, Crain, XVall11ce. 'IAHIRD ROW: lllietlord. Campbell, Pinkerton. eeeer.., N ,.ee, S, is 5?Ri'f"'Q:sfW 1 f it "SIN, -uf ' da-.TK r r t I I I l LEX, ,. f'3u.L- 1 ,.: I V, f Q 1 M-Lxii' L .igma au delta OFFICERS HELEN NICCLXSIL-XNIJ Presirlwtf JEAN HILER l'i1'e-Pi'esirlff11f BIENVELI, SMITH Sec'i'f'lzlr'y-Trmsttfer HELEN MfCASL xND 'llztu Delta Clliapter nl' Siginzt 'llau Delta. nzitiunztl prnilessiniial English lraternity, was Cs- tztblisltetl in HHH. 'llie group nrgzniizetl to pro- ninte the lllztsltfy ol' written expression. to en- cnttrttge wortliwhile reading, and to foster at spirit ol Iellowsliip znnong inen :incl women specializing in English. l'w'.s1'cle11l Nlenibers niust be ol' junior standing with ztt least at "ll" average. -Xctivities inclutletl at stucly of recent trends in literature. ztnztlysis ol' zinonynious Creative writing subinittetl by nienibers, sponsoring a lecture. and ll litmiiztl bzniquet. I-IRS! ROW: Rmnmmtl, ilnntlilli, Nltilgtslgtntl, llilei. Smith. Nltligtin, SMZONID ROW: ilatiu. liigum. llmsler, Monk. l't-tt-rsun, Xltmtv. Ktneplv, Illllill RUXYZ lgl3lKlllL'll. XxiilllxCl'. l'rttlier. ILllllslllNlL'l. l'1n'ks, C-iles. I'Ul'R l ll RUXYZ Xlillei. Russell. llrnwn. lhtunuiiglit. llmtl. r if M, -it f H. '14 W. x I -f l PZ 'W' ,f'9:'N fr fy N 'Q 'Hwy lflRSl ROW: lt-all. Slttnlwl, Wlit-gulls-x. Sl-,BOND ROW: l'illL'l. Itillllllgi, l'l'llU2,llU. lhoomv. I'1umt'lt-, Hytltx t eta s'gm al ha OFFICERS LORENE HYDE CA'l'HY E'l"l'ER xyovtzii sHtiR1a1a'1' MARY ANN JENNINLLS MARY LOUISE BRUOME , MRS. MELVIN FENOGLIU LORENE HYDE President IJVFA irlffnt l'ic'H-Prf'.s'i1lf'11l l 1l'f'-Pl'f'.S'1lll'llf 'l'rff11.s ll rm Repo rim' .sp 0 1 mor lhclzt Sigma Alpha, :ni l1ono1'z11'y society lor Ulllfilillllllllg womcii jotmigxlists. was organ- ixecl in thc lull ol ISHS. The purpose ol' thc society which is striv- ing towztrcl zllliliation with thc nzltional womens jottrnztlism ll'?llC1'lllly, is to promote ztml eu' courage jotmiztlistic cllorts on thc Czuupus, to be-Comic' ztcqttaintccl with thc livcs aml works ol prolliiucnt women in lil:-1'z11'y licltls. anal to emphasize thc opportunitics lor pcrsouztl zul- YZIIICCIIICIN lor womcn in jotmizilistic fielcls. Mcxiibcrs ol' thc orgaiiizatioii Illllsl bt' jOUl'll2lllSlll lIl2lkiO1'S with Z1 li llVCl'2lgL' in all journ- alism courses :mtl Ll C in all others. xr , V11-S l IIRSI RUM: 1'oslt'l. 1511l1i111. 1'it1t'Il. W11lL1-1, White. Burke. lll1ltll'. Iierrx, xYtiUt1l'll1ii. l'l1-rriott, C1111-111111lt. SICCZOXIJ ROW: 111111 1111 11llllllll Ihilhps l'lI1ltbll X1llt1ll'11. llIK1iNUl1. Nl1Do1111I11. X1tf.1lII12,, 1111111-. l.llXX'Ntlll. IHIRID RON. RL'SN1lIlA. lSo1lk111. n D NM . limits. 1'llU1i'. kingstoii. Xltmltlis. ltlllllltl. t.1111tt. f11li1t1l'I'N, S111-1 rx, 111118. iI"Ol'R'IlI RUW: l'i1-111-, Brtttoii. L1lllgiitll't1. N1-111. 11111 N1 llN Llllllllll 111111 'alll I11tt1 S11 11 I1I111111o . N. 1. 11. ' rw 1' 111 alpha phi om ga "1Cl1iRS XN'11.1.11XNI 1il.1R1x1' P1'1'.si111f11l 1i1iNN1f'11H 1"OS'1'1iR 1.1! 1'1'1'1'-P1'1J.si1l1f11l X. 13. NI1".N,XSClO 21111 I'i1'f'-l'1'1Asi111'11f SIDNEY XV111'1'I'1 Sf'C'l'Ff1ll'lY ROBERT 1'H11.1.11'S 'l'1'1f111s111'1'1 BRI 'CIF DAVIS SPOIISUI XIUHN RUXV1.1i'l"11 Sjzorzsol' .NW Q , if ' 15 L gf'- ya. M i yi V . X 'fl X Ax ff m K1 1 1 .31 U'11,1,11XX1 11111114131 I'1'm1rl1'11l .'X1lJ1l2l Phi Omega is ll 1111tio11111 service fru- lL'l'l11ly with ll three-1'o111 purpose: 1t'llt1L'l'S1l1P, 1il'1t'Ilt1S1l1IJ. 111111 service. The l'r11ter11ity was 1i0llllt1CC1 211 1,a1'11yette 1 l P' College. IQZISUJII. Perm. i11 1,1241 111111 now h11s 228 C1l2llJlL'l'S with more 1111111 311111141 lllCIIlbC'l'S. Service projects of the 612111111121 Rho Chap- ter through the ye11r 1111ve 1llC1llC1CC1 11111 i11 reg- istr11tio11, ll Slllt1CIll ri11e service 11t ho1i11ayS, E2tSlCl' 111111 c11'lli1SlllldS parties for the 1oc111 or- IJ1l2lll2lgC, 0l'g2lll1Z21l10ll of 1oc111 Negro scout troops. the support of 1111 1t111i1111 w11r 15113112111 i11 1lL'SCll1'2l. 111111 t11e Ugly ivlllll Contest. APO's soci111 1iLll1C110llS 11re 115 varied as its service projects. .-X P2111 ol' the C112lPICI"S tra- 11itio11 lies i11 its 11111111111 Orchid Ij1l1llC1'-DHIICC, ll C1IlL1Cl'C11Zl 131111, 111111 Z1 Daisy Dance. BERT BRYANT President Delta Sigma is the newest service fraternity on the campus. having been organized in l95ll. lts purpose is to cooperate and work in con- junction with other organizations on the cam! pus in performing service activities that will be for the general wcllare ol' the school. the com- munity, and the nation. delta igma OFFICERS BERT BRYANT ALVIN J. TYLER . BILL SHORT LOUIS BRAGG ED MURRAY IVAN HARRIS BERT BRYANT President . Vice-President . Recorrling .Sccvetrzfrjv Clorrespoizcling Secretary Tl'f'fl.Slll'I'l' Pledge flrzpfrzirz Pledge Captain Members are chosen on the basis of char- acter and personality. This organization sponsored the Wo1'lcl Student Service Fund, collected money for stu- dents who lost their belongings in a fire, and assisted in the Mile ol' Dimes and Crusade for Freedom Campaigns. FIRST ROXVZ Nlarshall, Xl'illiams. l,eNlire. Sl1ort.'l'ylel'. Curran. Sanderson. Bentley. SIQCOND ROW: Barron. Nltnrgxw. Dell, Hcald. Brown, Hines. Russell. lrietscli. Rimlmro. THIRD ROW: Wilson. Dodson. Wilson. lelgnrris. l,:1lte. Bragg. 4 - l F5-N but pug ar- ,hw .Q f. ,. 5 3 Aix a lflRS'l ROW: Hargroxe. 'l'iner. Eggleston, Smith. Martin, Burnes. Dedmon. SECOND ROXV: Nichols. Fruge, Knox, Sanchez, Katz. Xohles, Copp, lil'OlVll,h!1lClllll'l'C'.cil'illlC.xlOllllSOll. THIRD ROW: Reeves. Zimmerman, Hill. Funderlntrk. Morris. Davis, gamma iota chi Hitt. OFFICERS XVINFREE BROXNN , Presirleinl KENNETH MARTIN l'i1'e-Presidevrf THURSTON ECCLESTON SFf7'Pfll'l'jl MORGAN MORRIS l 'l'reas11rer YV,-XRREN ZIM MERMAN Sergezmt-at-1m'1n.s NIITCHELI. FUNDERBURK Historian and Parlizmzentarian XVINFREE BROYVN Presiclerzt The Camma Iota Chi. organized in spring of HMG. is composed of honorably discharged veterans. The club was organized as a school service organization with the record of running an employment bureau. ushering at football games and being guides at various conventions, and has extended its service work to include assisting the Negro Youth Center of Denton in the building of better citizens of Denton's colored population. In helping the Youth Center the fraternity has organized an Easter egg hunt. supplied the Center with athletic equipment, and organized a baseball team to play in its league. The social life of the organization is an important part of the fraternitys activities: therefore, dances, barbecues, and lake picnics are bright spots that adorn the Gamma Iota Chi calendar. BON N I Ii GOODMAN PI'6'.5'I'IIC'lIf Green Jackets, now celebrating its twenty- lilth anniversary, is one ol the traditions on the campus. It is an honorary service organization whose tnetnbers are selected l'l'0lll each major campus group on the basis ol character and personality. An outgoing senior is allowed one pledge. .Xctivities include ushering at line arts pro- ALCLENE O'DfXNIIiII. 'I',-XLOII IS.XI,LIH JOYCE HOWVELL grae ' cleats OFFICIQRS BONNIE GOODMAN Prfcsirlfflll Iylfl'-1Jl'6'.SIiIII'IIl' ff!!IAI'r".SllUIIllIIIg Sl'I'l'l'flIl'j' MARY XrV.XI.K1iR 1,ll'IlgI' flllllflllill Nl ISS IIICI I IJXI-I H .XRR I SS Sl'1o1l.sor grams. aiding at registration. and attendance and support at each home sports event. Homecoming activities require much ol the Green Iackets time helping with registration ol ex-students and helping at the exes barbecue. lhe girl who wears a green jacket is known lor her willingness to help al all requests. IAIRSI ROW: Wallser. tloodinan. Iilllill. Hxnriss. Roberts. Howell. U'IJaniel.l1onn mton. Hersh. lowler. SHYUNIJ ROW: loutln I . Burnett. Xloolexer, Nh Burnett. Xlhitnex. lfisher. Nlanire. IHIRIJ ROW: Ilaxlor, Voss. Ilmigpen. Iioxen. Ilannnnatls. l'ietme. Ilall, NItlJani'l Hun :lon IUI' " ' - ' - - ' H L ' ' " ' Q. . 1 . R I Il RUN. Icrnnn, Nlutl, Steualt. Downing. plone. IXIIIIQIIIIN. X 56-fr. J? my 4- W .. wt 1.1 " ' ' "' we Cf is lierorrling .S'w'r1'l11rr-'l'r'f'11.mrw' Wu, ,, -Y W- - X as 1 If.bXI.l. OFFICERS QIIHXN VINNIE . P1'e.Sidf'1If I NIXRY CI..-XY , I'1'f'z'-Presiflwzl IIOIEISYIC HAIVKINS . Secretrzrjy af l.EONI.-X McCLEI-IEE COVl'f'SfJOIlflI'lIg SFC'I'6'fIlI'y l5E'l'iIlY CI..-XY , 71'I'Fll.Sll7PV U , 1 1 IIQAN FINNIE HELEN RAIN5 Plll7llC'IfDI C.l1f1.zrnzan ' pi,-g5,'d6m IAIRSI ROW: Isanister. Riellev. Sttndeeant. tiood, jones, Clay, tiolile. Witten, Holmes, Clautlien. SICCZONIJ ROYV: Iiallinger. Camlle. C-tunes. Nltfionnell. Williams, Noland. Ifinnie. Hall, Nlidgetl, Welch. Cox, Nlcheliee, lfpshaw. 'IHIRIJ ROYV2 Cow- an. Rohhins. llc-llin. llrgimleiihiirg, Cllarke. Xlexantler. lrllllllllll. Whitfield, Ray. Patton. Kelley, Wright. Long, Hoover. Davis. N lfUI'R I II ROW: Onion. Reed. Cllai. Kjer. White. I-llc-sh. lxllllillll. Hughes, Hawkins, Harris, Bentley. I .-Xssociation lor Childhood Educational In- ternational is an organization composed of those interested in the lield ol' elementary education and child development. 'llhe club is for teach- ers as well as lor students. 'llhis is a student branch of the national organization. It is one of the oldest Groups on the campus. It was formerly called the Elementary Council. The programs consist of panel discussions I , I C Q Q C of smuwcs Ol"FIC1iRS pyifiw lfmniia fwmffwf MARY c:1.Av r l'fI'1'-Pl'I'.XfIf1'lIl 1,r1oM,x McKLI2HliI'1 ,sfff-,ffm llY CLAY 'lll'f'Il.Slll'l'I' DR. KIA M ES VVEBIS S11UlI.SfH' ANNAIHQLLE PRI'1'cHARn ispmfw F4 ii A' ffTT73.ss,,'i . v iff.. e 0 ' ,gfX,,,Wc V E z l"lRS'I ROXVZ Cline. Williamson. I'ellx. Hagan. Rains. De,Xrnion1l. Iinkle. Rem-ce.C1:nlei1 Nlilllisln, SluC1UXlH ROXY: Slorrie. Curtis. Scliniller, lflrnn, Irigg. lialmln, Hzlnsum, lindsey. Nlcllonalcl. l2rllSllllCll, Pool. llowers, Iioepp. lll'llllllX, ilrzlig. Baker, 'THIRD ROXV: Seilwerl. Cook. Sweat, Parks, N. Daniel. Clorhel. Sealc. Bzlrm-s, Willis. Hart. ,Xrringlon. NI. lflowers, l'loul, linker. 'lill1'IlCl', Pluinlee. Hollier, l"Ol'Rlll ROW: lferguson. New. I'ei'elo, Robinson. Holmes. Xewln. l'ower. IH. Daniel, Sorrels. lfranga. ,Xuslin. by teachers ancl sluclenls, talks by outstanding people in the lielcl of eclucation. movies. and group cliscussions. 'l'l1e Cliristnias social and May Morning Breakfast are two outstanding annual functions. Each year the organization sencls a clele- gate lo the .XCICI slucly conference lielcl in some major city in the country. 'lllie oulslancling service carriecl out by .XCIIC is the annual sale ol' Nl Hoineconiing pins. i w V2 E 63 30 lflRSl RUXY: Hilton, Ierrx. labor. liallweg. lulloh. Stroud. SICCZOND ROXV: Xnderson. XYilson, Lawson. Goodwin. Mil- sun. lxnwson. l'HlRlJ ROXY: llradley, Voyles. llurlxetl, Ferguson. Bramlenliurg, McDonald, Ball. arling on state club OFFICERS KIUHN 'IABOR l're.sirle1zl ITAYIA l5AI,I,YVIiC , l'if'e-I'msi1lm1t C.-XTHERINE TERRY SI'I"l'l'fflFLY-7l'l'6'Il.S'. PATSY STROUD S , Reporter DIiI,I5ER'I' N'lcCUIl-Ui Sjyomor 76? .IOH N TABOR Presirlerll 'llhe Arlington State Club finally organ- ized a skeleton of a club this year. After copy- ing the Kilgore constitution. the organization was ready to go. 'llhe club was organized to provide a source of fellowship for ex-students of Arlington State College here at North Texas, and to encourage students upon graduation from Arlington State to complete their education at North Texas. Anyone who attended Arlington State at least one semester is eligible for membership. Several affairs were planned for the year. including dances, picnics, and parties. The Club journeys to Arlington State for its special occasions. and has had guests to visit on the campus. 'il-4 29. 6. E l z 2 x r t p joAN eoMP'r'oN , , ff, PAT O'H EARN le'rf'si1lr'r1t Alpha Rho Tau was organized in Septem- her, 1945. for the purposes ol encouraging mu- tual friendship and untlerstantling among the members ol the art clepartment, promoting high scholastic stanclartls. and encouraging art on the Campus. The club is open to all students who are ha ho tau O F FICIHRS PAT CTHEARN Pmsirlerrf JACK JONES l'lC'f'-Pl'I'.SlflI'lIf .S'w'r'fffflI1Y LOU INGRAM . ,llI'I'Il.Sll'l'f'l' RUDOLPH FUCHS Sjzorrsor majoring or mirroring in art. have eompletetl at least six hours ol' that lieltl, anal have a "C" average. 'l'he Club sponsors art exhibitions, a Satlie Hawkins Dance, a Clhristmas Forrnal. antl a Masqueratle Dance that is Climaxefl with the crowning of a queen. FIRSI' RUXY: Sellers. Little. lfrulrs, glories. Klorrrptorr. U'Hearrr. lrrgrarrr. l.t-zrtlr. Prrowrr. Brzrg, Sl'.CZtJXD Rflxlvi Xortorr. Hoi Illllllll, Nlclirriglrt. litlgzrr. Reetl, Nlclfartritlge. lrrtlor, Husherret. llgrilex. Rains. C.r-itler. 'IHIRD RUXY: Srrwxer. liowrrrgrrr. Lovell. Crow, Harris, llarwkirrs, Romero. liarltlwin. Reeres.SheHieltl, Nlatlris. lfUl'R'lH ROW: lrrllolr. lktrrlxelt, linker. 'lzrlworx Rolrertson. Rolmerts. Ditkersorr. llrrrrrrwriglrl. Knox,XYQIII.WIrite.C1r':rig. rg: frftil 4 , t 'i s + ff W' H: A.. A 'L' N , W t ,. S r 1 YN " . f K . ' '47 g MS' w - 1 11" 'A' Y 4' V C4 K 4 skww' :mm ist L 2 Y ,ati ' .42 .f Ah lk 'Q stud nt baptist union Ul"lfliIIiRS lltlll llliilli l'rr'.si1l1'11l l,Ol' llOl.NIlfS lizzfisfizizfiif l'i1'f'-lJi'e.si1lf'11 ICXXN N li RIXCIIQSOX lIl'UUfl'lHIlll l'it'f'-Pi'f'.sirlr'11l t l5F'll'l'Y lVHl'lllf Sl'f'H'fll,I'X A HOB BECK DUYLF, UAXIRID Sfurlenl SIfl'l'I'fll,l',Y lfwamlmzi llgiptist Stutlenl llnion Council is tlie gov- erning liocly ol' tlie Baptist Stuclent Union. wliieli consists ol' ztll tlie stutlents ol tlizu cle- noininzuion on tlie ezunpus. 'l'lie Council is eleetecl lroin tlie group to eoortlinzile :incl pro- mote elun'c'li activities. , 1 . . . ISM Iosters wliolesoine soeizil lile :is well gis tlie religious lile ol' tlie stutlents. lt seeks to enlist :incl clevelop college inen and woinen in spiritual service. ,-Xn annual state Convention is lieltl ezieli year in one ol' tlie college Centers. A sunnner retreat is lielcl every year in Riclgeeresl. N. CI. BSU ol North 'llexas is striving to meet the spiritual neecl of every stu- tlent on tlie eznnpus, HRH! IUJXX: Holmes, Mills. Nlitlgett. While. lflairiis. lfrensler. SICKZUNID ROME Higtlon. Iaukson, Yenson, Beck. Hawkins, Nlhlllr, llllkll ROW: Robinson, Xltfox, Brown. Cllentlinning. 'I liolngns, lhtiltl. , nf' ng' 'f we it 2 N .l - 1- ,I Q , ' mv " 2, t 1 X WAH- W mn an FIRST ROXV: Xllzllls, l'z1t'e. XVZIITCII. llalird. Hinson. Mcflown. SICCZOND ROXY: Willson. Nltflleisli, King. listes. llonmn, Nelson. THIRD ROW: Slzniley. Ilgiloni, Nlorris, Dudley. Rgitcsliff. boot nd ddles Boots and Saddles was organized in W49. The club encourages interest and improves skill in horsenianship. Activities include parties and dances and the group rides horseback weekly. One of the outstanding features ol the year was the honieeoniing lloat. Some ol' the meni- bers rode horses and others rode on the float which was covered with hay and at one end of the float two horses stood in a Corral covered with saddles. OFFICERS CLLORIAAX l'fXCE QIEIIX li.4XlRlJ BOB VVALLS E. YV. NVARREN CLYIDIQ I-IINSUN l'W.w1'1lw1f P1'e.si1lf'rll S61'1'f'1'111',v 'lIre11.s II rf' 1' lff'jm1'lf'1' We f. CQLORIIX IVXCIIC l'i'e.sif1't'11l l lr va 'ty UI-'FILIERS IUIJIE CIVRREN5 ljmsltlmtl GENE Hl"l'CII-IINSON It'if'f'-Presirlffzzf ELI lVlliDNI.'XN S6f"l'FfIIl'LY IACK JONES Treasttrer Cllub Varsity, chartered last year, is spon sored hy Steve liuell and Virginia Baker ol the speech department, even though nieinhership is INDI liinited to speech tnaiors. lt is open to anyone interested in working in any phase ol show husiness. Cllub Varsity sees the great need ol' the time and regularly takes shows to McKinney Veterf I UIODIE CIURRENS lJN'.s'1'flf'11l airs hospital, State School lor Girls, and various service clubs. Every kind ol' talent is discover- ed. including singing, dancing, costuming, and set design. A musical variety show, A'I.et's Do It," re- ceived wide acclaim by students and faculty in a two-night presentation in February. l'lRSl RUN: llugltes. llttlchison.CIttiietls,,Iot1es, NX'iltltnan, Little. Sellers, l'onder. SEQIUXID RUXY: XX'illiams. l'tite. lollnson. ' ' ' '- ' A "Nl H'1I -wt-t. Clullt-tt. lIllRlJ ROW: Irvine. blames, Brown. Nltilowan, iltatltsttla. lxellex. lltau, Nltllanuls, Raxtnond. xxllgll. . it g Rav Xltl atttin. XX'l1itesitlt', Rignex. Uxlord. qw f' Z W, an Q' .- 'Qs KL sql? I, -Any 1 an FIRSI' ROXY: Roane, l51':ltlsl1g1w, flourts. RllXIIlHllll. Hartlx. l'llIl'l'UW, lzvlllltll, lol111so11, liItlWll. SIQCUXII ROW: Xlonis. tlox. Reitl. Haberger. XYiIlig1111s, Holloway. filklll1L'I', xllllxlllll. Hittll, lilllllN. sll'l'L'llll.lll. IIIIRD ROW: l11i111'. Xclkins. IIDWIISIUX, lgllllfilll. xlllltllllllll. Wells. lilatkwell. Blll'LllL'llL', YL'l'lllllllUIl. llllnl. I'UlfRIlI ROW: Ytlllllgllltlljll, Rullin. lxitlllllllll, Hen tlerson, Bowtlen, Wylie, llllgll1'S, l'ea1-son. Swain, Dunlop. e players College Players fosters greater appreciation for the beauty and lCCl1IllllllC ol the draina. Sponsorecl by the speech clepartnient the group presents several lorinal protluelions of legiti- mate clraina during the year, as well as a lllillllll festival ol one-act plays in the spring. Meni- bership is open to anyone wl1o shows talent in any phase ol' clrainatie 2111. The past su1n1ner procluetion was "The Man Wlicm Canie To Dinner". 'l'he fall pro- duction was "All My Sons", anal was one ol the best peri'orn1ances ever stagecl by the Col- lege Players. "The Silver YVl1istle", a very inf triguing drama, was the spring play selection. OFFICERS QIINIMY lsllliilllrb fJI'f'.SI'lff'Ilf RAY l3l'RLIHli'll'l'lC I'lI'l'-Pl'f2.SlIl!'lIf BARR.-XR.X liR.eXDSH.Xl1V S1'1'1'c'l111'y-'l'1'ff11s. MYR'l'l.li HARDY Sjm uso: QMK 1'0" , IININIY lll'CLllliS l'1'1'sl'1l1'11l ell la. ri ard l'. Xl,l. UIVFILIERS YYUNNILCIUU5XX'lil.l, , Prfasirlerzl El,lZ. Xl5 li' lll HALL 'UCF-fJl'F.Slll'lFIIf 'l'lXNl3. X RAXNISEY l' .X ll XVOOLEVER Secremry T l"f"l1.Y Il re r YVON NE COGSYVELL NI Rs. E1m1'1WH 1,1ND1,EY .spomw P,.,,.,l,f,e,,, I4IllSl RUN: lluml. Rm-ul. Xlilwn, l.nylm, Kimlrin, Skull. lmnws. XX'l1ilc.qIzlll1L-s. SIQCLONID ROW: Nmlun, l"ulslm'x.X'cl1- lum, il.lNl'X. Wlmluxcl, llnll, Nl.lIlllL'. llllllNL'lYHllll, Sllgllcr, Nlclhmgnlcl, IQLIIIISCX, lYimlxcl'. IHIRIJ RUXYZ ilugswcll. lfllllllllll, Xlglxwvll. lamlnx. l441lIxx'cu,. fl.lllL'I, B1lIlxl'l', Hauxcv. l'uwclI. fluylmx lL1llImva1y'. limukx. clllllllllllflx, RUIIIRIHS. l'Ol'RlH ROW: I l f,L'lllNllllLIL'4'L'l'. llcm- lmmluls. xlQllllL'lN, Hmlxcr. l,nwmn. lu-sswm,mml, Bowdoin. Xlllilmscnll. Snlxxn-l. Nlrs. Limllcy. P' . PF 4545 lillcn H. Riclmrcls Club was cmfzillixcml lu 25 prmiclc lclluwsllip Qmcl ll slumly Illllgllllll lo ull llmsc inlcrcslccl in lmmc CCUll0llllCS. especially mz1 jm's zmcl Illlll0l'S in that liclcl. 'l'l1c plxrposcs ol Lhc orgzlllizalioll are pro- lcssiollul clcvclopmcul, lll1LlCl'SlLllllllllg ol' lam ily lilc. illcrczxsillg imcrcsl in lmmc CCOIIOIIIICS cmecrs, 21 recruiting scrvicc lor the P1'Ol-6851011 and clemouslrzllion of the ideals of home eco nomics. Sl um I s lllusun U Neill. lil-akwm h. ri hards SPRING YVON N E LIUCLSWICLI. ELIZA-XI5E'I'H HALL KIUANDA RAMSEY PAI' VVOULIQVER , M RS. EDITH Ll NDLEY 'l'1'f'rl.s11rf'r l'rc'.sl1If'nl Pre.sj1lf'11ll Sw' nf f ll ry Sjjmrm r Jllll, lhvznn, llllgulwimk, I.l'WlL'l'. Xhlliguns. Xlillel. SHLUXII ROW: Un-Il LPI s sw ma Cllgnlx, llurnell, H1-Ish, IIlIglICS. Ilgmiel, Xlcllgmiul. Xlanlin. IIIIRII ROW: lmmlw II 4 sun Iuml line. llalll. linux-Imnl. Cuinn, Ilmuwcull. llmklmrl. IfUl'R I ll ROW: I'lnu-Il, Wilslunml. XII' S I lllmml Duns Hell, llgunillon. illcmenls. IIUWLIII. lmnw. l'elrie. Klux. lm CJUISICIINIIIIQ spedlxels vue IIILIUIICLI in the Lhe year. the party the lonn- new offi- cers all the spring Sealed lea. In Oclober, the club sent three clelegules und Lwo sponsors to the IHIQCICI workslmp ill Abilene Cl1l'lSlI2lll College. Ieunnell Sclmrl was elected state reporter fm' the yL'11l' 1951. utu re teachers l'fXl,l. Olflfll'lQRS NX'Il.l.ltXNI LIAXRSH l'rf'.tizt'm1l RICHAXRD ILXRCLROYES I'IU'-l'n'.siflf'11! NIXRY CILXY lff'I'tI.VIHl1g St'l'VFfIlV'Y l5EI"l'Y CIMXY CIH'Vf'.Sll0IlIHl1g Sf'I'l'l'fIlI'lY XVILLLXM CARSK fXl,I,l:1N l,UVIfI,,-XCR 7'I'l'll.S'llI'f'I' 1'rffs-iflwzl A ,.,, ,E ,Q E issufflxtx Wu- VIRSI RUXYZ lltntltls, llnlmcs. Ihtxttll. .Xmlt-rsmt. C.att'st-, XX'hitc. Nulnml. Built-5. SIQKZUNID ROW: fQtltltlL',f:I1tl'k,Slllilll. Nlezulor, lhxgm. l't-gmc, llultlc-r. liruwtt, Ilnllicr. IIIIRIJ ROW: Harris lfitmic. ltvcss, Downing. Clltristiztn. King. Xllistm. l"0UR'I H ROW: Wzllkt-1'. Xlztthis. Suwggim. tlottlter. Xlrllmmlcl. Krzttttt't', Hulse. l'ulle1'. Stltcrcr. Ftttttrc- 'lacztchers ul Antc-riczt, ll ttztticmzll It was organized in 1915 and has been Ll group tu hc-tter prepare Ctlllllllitbll lIl2lliOl'S for Victory Honor Roll chapter each year since their luture rules. is thc largest chapter in the its organization. l7nit.ccl States. 'l'he Ol'gZlIliZ3liOl1 has as its purposes the R ICIHARD H ARGROVIQS IIliI't"-1JIif'.S'IlIl?III job: wn,soN ofa eic SPRING OFIEICERS ljmsizlmzl MARY CLAY I'IIT'-PI'f'.SIIIf"l1I ILLA DANIEL GENE CYPERT ANN GOBLE , . Secretary C. orrwjzrnlfling .Sernftrf ry 2 ,FYYYVT we' cz-cv, ,. rue ,Q 4 , M. ,,, ,Q 'l'1'e11.s'111'f'r' 'W' IfIRS'I' ROW: Greatlionse. Holland. Haralsoii. I'OIll. jones. Iirznuli, Pexeto, New. SIQCZONIJ ROXYQ Sweet. Barnes, Wt-ist. Nlonk, Stewart. Knight, jenkins. ISradI'ord. Moore. Sanford, NIcRe1trx'. 'II-IIRIJ ROW: Grillin. Iinlutnlxs. ilenson, lirewer. Inrner, Nlztnn. Swick. Nltllginiel. Lee, I'Itnnlee. Irvin, McConnell. X'Villiains. desire to develop an organization that will be a part of national and state organizations for teachers. acquaint student teachers with the history. ethics, and programs of the profession. IfOUR'IiH ROW: 'l'odd, Noble, Blair. Blzulxwell. Vines. Chiles. Bruswell, encourage carelul selection of persons admitted to teacher training, and raise the standard ol preparation to bring teacher supply and de- niand into a reasonable balance. -I 5 futur tea hers ORGANIZATION V. L. gXRNI5f1'RONCL Sponsor LEX. X. DXNIELS Sjlomor ROBERT TOITLOUSE Sjlomm' Cl,.Xl.'DE KELLY .S'f10n.s'0r i 11. L. xjlxiuaou E. E. QIAEXRBOE Sjforzsor SPOH-SU" im H Q 'Q 1' ' RL ' T " T E511 sw: i' f..,1 Q A l'Z'Q - ' N .V fi Al- My A L. Ax' L.. ci V E UU l IEIRSI ROW: IlHlxNUll, Williznnson. Xlorris, Hunlcr. licllcy. Nlallingly. Duc-Im. Clliaclwick. Vllllgllll. Brooks. SECOND ROXV: cifllllll. liciguson. Cllnislian. Bowmloin. I'clc-rson, Rcynolils. Cilasszock. llclnllcv. Clurrins. lhomzis, Hughes, 'll1iclc. 'IHIRD ROW: Wills. llanicl. i'larlxc, Robinson, Hull. Rc-cal, ll. Yloncs. Ricc, Clolcy. lilulnn, Hail. 'Iiclwc-ll. l"Ol'R'lH ROXY: Glass- momk. Xlznlin. Iawxon. llznrgroxc, llc-inlay. Proctor, l'll'CL'Ill1lIl, Clhilrull. Langston. llllllllllll, Mcklinc. l,2ll'gCl1l. Nlcnibcrs of Llic local cliaplcr arc associalc nicinbcrs ol' Llic National Eclucalion association and Llic 'licxas Slatc 'Icaclicrs association. Each incnibci' is urgccl to pauicipaic in al' lcast onc of thc many aclivilics of thc club. A partial list of llicsc aclivilics would include thc inain- Lcnancc ol' an ofliicc in thc education build- ing. The establishment and nlaintenance, with thc co-operation oil LWO faculty members, of a library of lcachcr materials. Thirty members of americ "'l'he largest chapter in the Unitetl States striving to interest the best young men and woinen to enter the teaching profession." V. L. .XRNISTRONC .SIIIIJIIXOV ga-ei l"IRS'l ROXV: Hankins, Patton. Carlson, Parks. XVall. Rusth. liurkett. Reecl, Nliller. Stott. SICCZOXD ROXY: I.xnth. Spitler. Austin. Leiine. Harris, Clay. ll.. Clay. NI.. Clarroll. Nlarr. Carroll. Nl,. Goble. Nauman. Loxelztte. IHIRIJ ROW: Nlttrrax, Carroll, AX.. XYhitt'ieltl, Ray. Dutllev. Hargroxe. jones. D., jones. li.. Lehrmann. Weinart. lit-tri. Spznktnan. lfOl'R I H ROW: johnson. V.. Collins. Wilson, Yan Nleter. Lintlsev. Nlorris. Nlorelantl. Iohnson. CQ., lhutntlt. assistecl in freshman orientation week activities Regular social meetings are held including at the beginning of the fall terlll. The club picnics. square dances. social clances and games. purchased and presented recreational material .-Xctivities are chosen that represent possible to the Negro Youth Center in Denton. work situations for future teachers. S house presi lub l".Xl,l, OFFICIQRS NIARXRY AIO NIl'Rl'HY l3ll.l,lli XVll,l.l.eXNIS Nl.-XRY Q10 'llllUM.X5 JUNE SNlIil'H NIQXRY NI,XRCLA.RE'l' SH.-XXV ts Presirlezlf lJI'6'SlIll'IIf Sf'CA7'f'l!l ry 'llI'I'1l.S'Ill'l'l Hejzorlei MARY -IO MURPHY I'n'.si1lf'11l 'QW HRS! ROW: lhtxis. Ilnomns, Smith. Xlulphx. Shaw. Williams, Lewis, Moore. SICCONU ROW: lleik, 'lllll'iSUll. lilllllxlll. Xustin. S.mior1l. Ruins. Xtinglielml. filllllls. Xlillsxlp. 'IHIRIJ RUXYZ Rox, Nlooily. While. lliilllllllll. Iizirelool. Nlllllllfll, Nl1clll2ll'CIl. l'Ul'R I ll RUXY: Riley Stoll. filllllllllllgs, Sislx. Rippx. Xlcliinuex. jones. Coles, lv2ll'I'Cll. The House l'resiclent's Club is 21 service or- ganization sponsorecl by the vl'V0lHCll'S Forum :tml eomposecl oli the house presiclents and counselors. who are eleeterl by the girls in the resiclenee hulls :incl Campus homes. The group meets every month at the Mary Arclen Lodge to cliscuss problems pertinent to the girls in their homes. Each member assumes responsibility for the members of her house and serves as Il connecting link between the girls and the college. Activities ol' the Club include working house resid nt ffm lub smuxe otfr1c11f,Rs ta1L1,1r1 XfVll,l,lANIS flmtffmf tsr1't"1'i' t:o11r3t,,xNn :mf-11,-mftfflif YVA-XN DA WVES'l'l3RUUli Sfffwflftry-'l'r'wt.s11rm' B'I'lf,',lQ1,,lff,llj,ljl,'fA'S CUNNIE t,iNnt,15v lzqmfffff rw: at, Z if 'GI Ti l'lRS'l ROXY: Whitlieltl, lla:-lxlew. Sllllllfl. llt-niphill. l't-xetu. New, Cltmlt, Ifitch. Sl',C1tJND ROW: C-tulmni. Stott. lltrntngls. Rnherts. HL'ltlL'lllllll. Schultz. l,mtl. Xlltller. Nltllunaltl. 'l HIRD ROW: Cllt-nn. llmrnttln. Ynung. It-tniin. qlulnistm. lieth'- tnure, Xllisnn, Smith. Denali. I'Ol'R'l H RUXY: llruwn. Nltflellee. lit-nnett Slaugliter. l'l:tlt. Willingliani, Xlitthell. lfluliv lxins, litlgar. with the College ancl cfnntnunity in various 'llianltsgiving antl Valentine teas lm' all girls drives, such as Christmas seals. Easter Seals. and on the campus. Red Cross. This year it aiclecl the eonnnittee on Members are presented at the gXll-Girls' Religious Emphasis Vlleek. Meeting in the lall. Functions sponsored by the Club are the ifl 4' 9 X Y. ' .XL i l sis 5 if Q ': U lll Sl IOXX llughcs. laincx. ftlllllllllllgx llLtlll'IL'l'llX'. Peters, Nlollatl lXIcNil1lxy. SECOND ROXY: johnson. Scott, Huse, Spgulv., Demli. Jamison, Burns, Stine. IHIRD RONVZ Hill, Owen. Durham. Davis. Hill. Gray. lYillis. XII KE EARN EY OFFICERS 'l'ONfIN'IY HUGHES Vic ROSE ANN CUMMINCLS ISETTY PETERS Xl RS. OLIVE JOHNSON Xl I KE EARN EY l'rr'.s'1'fIf211f T 43' r if , ,, 'lg eluate c uh Presidmzt e-P1'e.sirle11l .Sf'1'r'efr1tjv RF1IOl'lf'T Sjyofzzsor With top honors at the Wfest Point, Nation- al Invitational Tournament and Senior Woiii- en's Sweepstakes at the National Pi Kappa Delta Tournament in 1949, not to mention many of the other honors shown by the trophies which are in evidence in the Union Building Trophy Room, the North Texas Debate Squad is easily one of the most outstanding. Each year this hard working group gath- ers together for its weekly meetings to discuss, study, and analyze the National Pi Kappa Delta question of the year. North Texas has shown its ability and knowledge of the question for the year. Outstanding debators are rewarded with membership in Pi Kappa Delta, and as of last year, with debate sweaters and letters. The trips on this years' roster have ranged over Tex- as, Oklahoma. and Louisiana. 0 0 u OFFICERS JOE Ci-XN'I'WEI,I, President CALVIN PE'l"l'l'Il I'1'f'f-IJre.sirle11! MIKE VVILSON Scfc'1'et11i1jy FRANK STAPP T'7"6flrSll'I'f"l' 'FOIVI VVELCH Pledge Cujztnin BOB DYER Pledge Cupfrmz. The club begins its pledgeship each seniesl Lere with El Pledge Dance. Pledgeship lasts lm four weeks. and each pledge is required to wezn 21 nail around his neck. During the year there is also a fornizll dilnier-dance. and sniall lunc- tions. SI X LL 1 s ren X nlu Supp. XX'ilsnn. l'elli1.Czm1welI. SIQIZUNIJ ROW: Illllllllll. Ilier. liinulnn. Ruhf sun n in OW: Wuml. lhrmnzpsun. lflllllllglll. lilxlil. liller, Denning. XX'illignns, IfOI'R I H 4-- r'f2"' E 7 "WA 'X Y IAIRNI ROW: Xowell. llurltgtm. Uwen. Il:tt'grox'e. IYItite. SICCUNID ROW: .Xt'eritt. llruuson. Grunt. liushnell. Mathis. THIRD RUNYZ li1llxt'I. Illtllwt. Hit lxflvlll. internafon l relations club UFlflCllf',RS CLFNF, UIVFN l'rf'.sirlr'nl RUl5lfR'l' YUIVIQLI, IVIIY'-I7l'1'SIllI'IIl Rl 'lll Vi-Xl KLHAN Sl'f'l'f'fIlli'X' l'l,CJYl7 l3l7RllXNl ,!l7Y'lI.9IIl'I'l' CQIQNIC UXVIQN l'rf'.sfflL'11f The International Relations Club accepts as tnetnbers any stuclent who is interested in problems ol' worltlwicle importance. Its pur- pose is to clevelop interest ancl promote an objective stufly ol international situations. Activities include guest speakers. rounfl table and group cliscussions. and social affairs. This year the International Relations Club brought such international figures as Norman Thomas, Dr. Eddy Asirvatham, and Dr. Sushila Nayar to our campus. Qywuv- STA N FORD ORT H Presirlrfnl lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, an in- terclencnninational Club, is a nieniber ol the international organization. The Chapter was lforniecl in ISP47 to seek to leatl stuclents to a personal faith. to pmniote Christian growth. ancl to present the cmntnantl of worlcl evangelism. The revtular progrznn consists ol weelalv D 1 , STANFORD ORTH -IERRY STRADER ' ter-va ity f llowship OFFICERS Iiresirlezzl l7fI'I'-Pl'P.9fIll'71f DORIS MlI.l,FT S1'1'1'elf1ry-Tr1'a.turffr MISS RITA Pl LKEY . Sponsor meetings ancl Bible studies. The organization participated in statewide conferences in Sep- tember ancl December. A week ol special meetings was helcl in February. A special Christlnas program and a spring banquet were high-points ol' the year. .X clelegate is sent to Campus in the Wlrmrsmcls, a leaclership training ctmlet'enc'e in Clanatla. each sttnnner, l"lRS'l' ROW: Nlillet. Stratlei. l'ilkex, Outh. Sl-XIOND ROW: tmble, Lawson. Ritltlle, Daurtw, llrantlt. 'IHIRD ROW: Hil burn, Clarke, Niyres. ,wp Th 1 if . ai! l , . 555: S ' u ,Q- -:f2::Zvg:v .-"I-tg.-N :Kham -::.--:z- -. -...-,-,.-I-, -,3:.,'tJ-'24 .sv fs .N . 545244-. mgeisiifq 4 I--:-33522: u"n' 5' 1' 1 91,52-1.-:,. , ,.,.l,-',v,,u. I . ..,..,.,...,.- , . - .- .-,.. Q ,f1,i3fQf'l f' 1 1 ' fm-Q:1f'i 168 '23 y, 1 1 , s as Mg. , Q Qmr S HRSI RUXY: xilllilltlx, llux. Reynolds, Sllftll'l'. l'ete1-so11. C1'11111l1to11. lice. lfi1111ie. SICCUNID ROXYZ llrantly, 'IlllI'llCl'. Martin, llull. XX'illi11gl1g1111. Clolex. lilltlllll. liller. lluxis. 'l'llIRlD ROXY: Stewgtrt. lil'lltlCl'SUll. Spiller. Nlilthell. Akins. Bushnell, Eath- t-1I1. lfUl'R I ll ROW: Kllltlt'l'. liirdwell. Kee. Smith, Denning. SlIllI3SUll. ga lu y OFFICERS '1X'll,l,l -XXI Cl,Ii,'XSON P1'e.s'irlenl KI1-XNIES DENNINC l'1r'1'-P1'ffs1rle11l QIIQXN FINNIIC SI'I'7'f'fI'Ll"Y l5fXRl3ARfx Hllil, 'll'l'I'II,Sll7'l'Ii , an XVIl,l.l,XXl Cl,li.XSON lJ1'r'1s11l1'1ll 'l'he jack County Club is a new campus 0l'g2IlllZ21l,lOl1 composed of past and present resi- dents of Jack County. lt was organized in the Fall of l95ti to promote friendship among the students lil'0Ill Jack County, to influence others lil'0lll tl1e county to conie to North Texas State College. a11d to acquaint 11ew students with the campus. activities. and campus lille. Sponsors lor the year were Reverend fillfl Yvlrs. Cordon Collier. former residents of 'lack County. Regular meetings were held on the lourth Thursday oif each llltllllll in the Union Building. Activities for tl1e year included i11- l.OTlll2ll parties and picnics. .5 fi X 1 W gl S K y 4 .- W . sl cmztos Rojo lJmi1'cIer1I 'l'he Jefferson County Club was orgzxnizecl in 1948 with the purpose of organizing all Jefferson County students in a body for enjoy- able fellowship. The Club has lllally outstanding lneinbers to its credit, two of which are Johnny lVIu1'phy, ' ffe son coun y lu Ol"FlCliRS CARLOS ROJU . ,Pl'6.Sid6l1f JOHN KELLY lf"iCe-Prnsiflfffrlr BE'l'rl'lE MARKLE .S'6c'relztry DOROTHY MONK 717'6'IlS'll7'Fl' Clllillllllllll ol' the Election liotnxl, and Emery Kennedy. President ol' the Graduate Class. lllI1tlCl' the sponsorship of M11 R. A. Miller. the Club has had its meetings and enjoyable soeials during the year. FIRST ROXY: Begnznul, Holler. Culletlge, Pexelo. 'lg15lor.ll1n'tlen, Nlllllllillllltl. SICLLUND ROW: Cox. llllflltfll, Monk. Markle. B. Nlznslxle. New. Simon. Brown. lolmnson . Coe, Luke. 'IHIRD ROXY: Ritlmnlson, llzn-tis, Clmsxet. Fxnsley, Kennetlx. Scott. Gonzales. Lupo. Sims. IfOUR'I H ROW: AI. Knapp, D. lxnnpp. Miller. Rojo. lownsley. Ciignwlortl. l,LlllllSbL'll. Uluutl, Kel ly . N ' 1 nv-um:-:af . -- -.f..w.ae- 6 rin leilgore colle club 0 Ol4l4lCl4lR5 AIIRXNIIQS O. NI.eX'llHlS l,l'FAIlIt"lII IllI.I, ISOYD l'ic'f'-P1'est1le11.l LEX IRXNIIZS . St'C'l'FfIll',X' Nl,eXRll.,YN SlNCI.E'I'ARY 'llreasttrer NIRS. MARY ROBERTSON SjJo11,sor NIR. RODIZRICK CORDON SjJon.sor NIR. RICHARD H,-XRCROVE5 Sponsor lhe Kilgore junior College Club was or- ganinetl to establish anal promote lirientlly re- lations ainong the ex-stutlents of Kilgore Junior College. to provicle a source ol liellowship for ex-Rangers here, antl to encourage stuclents up- on gratluation front Kilgore Junior College to complete their education here at North Texas. NIAMILS O. MATHIS President Io be eligible lor tnentbership, a person nntst have attentlecl Kilgore junior College at least one semester and niust express an interest in its purpose and agree to abide by the rules ancl by-laws ol? the organization. Several socials are heltl each year. and the club participates in school activities. IIRSI ROW: Petty. Wt-ist, 'Iarx. l,. X. Jones, Nltlatttgltliti. Young. llttrley. HICCOND ROXY: Bztirtl, Harris. Hughes, Colley. lanuleis. llxrtl. Sotttler. Stantlaitl. N. jones. 'IIHIRD ROXV: Hargroxe, Nlootl. Holloway. Lloytl. Rnssill. Reeh, Mathis, lltnnes. l'Ol'Rlll ROW: Wltxtlex. DYYLIII, Denton. llonea. lloyd. Hitkinan. ,., 'C 137 H525 lfgi Q,-I il' IN" E , it x 'fa M FIRSI' ROW: Wilson, Spunglcr. Su-wiis. llmmli, Hinsun, linlcliclmx Nlcfimvn. SICCONID ROW: Nlailimivv, Meeks, Ml' Lins, Holliday. Williile, MCCreu. 'IHIRD ROW: Robinson, IiAlll0llgCl',lflltllllf.BI'1lClfUl'll. . caball rs OFFICERS CLYDE HINSON , Pn2si1lf'1ll C. D. UORROH . ll'if'1'-IjlmiflwlI SHARON STEVENS Sf'f'l'ffl1lrbi'-1fffj10l'lz'l AUDREY HATCH ELOR 'l'rwm1rm Q LXROIXN MCCOYVN Sjfnrzmr CLYDE HINSON President Ins Cubzillcms was Ol'gllllllL'fl lm' lliosc in- lcrcslccl in liumclagxck riding Quill as ll lurllu-ii move to prmllult liicmlsliip uml social lilc on llic czunpus. 'lllic main cvcms lm' llic yczu' include bzmi clzmccs. a horse show, Pl'OlIlOllOll of ll rancli clay on the campus, ll trip to Llic F211 Stock Show in Fort Wlorlli. :mal lllilllfllbllliwll in Huniecmning Pkll'2lLlL'. 'lvx ,me , , 001' lf.NIll,Y Sl..Xl't.H NIILIDRICIJ lil hlklllilk SlYXNl,EY FRANK TENIPLIS CLEURUI,-X BAIRD c 0 lub Ul'll"lCERS 'l'lQR Presirlezrl l R RY Ific'f'-Ilrmiflcflzl Scwreturlv . Tfreas Il re: . lfej10rz'e1 llie Nlcffracken Club. orvanizecl in l942. D is nametl in honor ol' Mrs. Pearl CI. McCracken. lirst librarian ol the college. 'llie purposes of the club are to provide an opportunity lor closer lrienclsliip aniong library service majors anal to stimulate an in- terest in general library service. Progranis have incluclecl guest speakers in tlie lielcl ol' library service. a book review. aml WW 'Kawai L1 NI I LY SLAUGHTER Presiderzl lilms ol' contemporary interest in the area ol' professional library service. 'l'lie social calendar consisted of a clinner, picnics, and informal parties. Cther activities incluclecl co-sponsoring a float in the Homecom- ing Parade and donating a memorial book in honor of a cleceasecl member. Two members. Gloria Ross and Louvenia Hearcl are listecl in VVlio's Wllio in American Colleges ancl Universities in l950-51. HRS! ROW: Xustin. Txmrell. llxel. lireen, Nlooie, Slaugliter. Polppell. Roeninger. SECOND ROXY: Duncan. Calhoun. Press' uootl. lustiu. Llnniltoix. Sllls. NImXult. Skipsna, Nltlfarlzuie. 'IHIRD ROW: liaircl. Byrd. XYec-ks, Hutcheson. Nlixon. Ross. Xliuicll. Snullu. cilIlI'X, l4UI'R I ll ROW: Iemple. Green. Williamson. liullotl.. Bllrrowes. , M ,i .A .1 I T? Q-. P' ff Zi... my .- v-nf 7 wg- . WW ,W .. QS, . -. V 'sg 7 " ,lv,n...-.-9:-v-+1-,wa sj':,Z it f eta FIRST ROXV: Littlefield, Glenn. Barber. Mitchell. Jenkins. Hindmartlr. Scliolaer. SECOND ROW: Welnlr. lltlllill. Brown, lfar- row. Sparks, Mcflonibs, llireslier. Blzmkinship. Kennedy, Tyler. Kleiner. 'l HIRD ROW: Stlnilrlm. linker, Honezr, Benson, Stroope, Hardy, Dungan. Sparks. lfOI7R'liH ROW: Asher. Stewart, Nltlinire, Richard. Plumlee. manag OFFICERS FLOYD JENKINS Presidefnt JAY HINDMARCH . . . l'ic'e-Presirlent MARY LOU MITCHELL R6l'Ol'Cil'lI,g Sectuv. JIM STEVVART . . C0rresj10mling Seclly. JOHN SCHOBER . . , Tmasizarer DR. C. L. LI'l"IlLEFIELD . Sponsor DR. H. C. CH RUDEN . Sponsor l FLOYD JENKINS Presiclent nt club 'Iihe Management Club was organized dur- ing the spring ol l950 by a group ol' business administration majors and minors. The purposes of the club are to further an interest in the profession ol' business manage- ment and to develop a sound student knowledge of management while student members are pre- paring for their profession. Programs usually present outstanding busi- ness leaders in the fields ol? industrial personnel and office management. Occasional films, plant visitations. and social events complete the calen- dar. A recent honor coming to the club has been national affiliation with the Society for the Advancement of Management. l 7 74 , , ka! I ,... fz: I' ' av' fa ... ' Xl .-vw Q I , , l-'IRNI ROXY: l'ortcr. flux. Glenn. Patterson. Brooks. Sherry, Duncan. NYright. Harrison. SECOND ROXY: Christian. Mc- Bride. l'nruh. Savage. lsarber. lfrex. I.. Brotk, Beard. Fonts. IHIRD ROW: Nleador. Paimele. Seidenfeld. Hodge, Bennett. Dax. J, Brotk. Nlurphx. Ryan. I"OI'RlI-I ROW: ifaliaferro. Blakelev. O'IJonnell. Buryiak, Burditt. Bonham. Atkins. Burks. SlIUl'I. marketing lub OFFICERS JOHN NI. BROOKS President JOHN PATTERSON I'ice-President KENNETH SHERRY I'z'z'e-Pitesitlerzf NI.-XRINELL CLENN , Secretary ACK DUNCAN . Treasztrer' ELI P. CON. JR. , , . Sponsor NIRS. HELEN XVRICHT Sponsor .-X. N. HARRISON Spomm' N.. :G JOHN NI. BROOKS Pre.sz'denr The Marketing Club was lormed during the fall semester ol 1950, Pictured above are the charter members. The club is sponsored by the American Nlarketing Association, the leading professional organization in the nation for men and women engaged in the field of marketing. The objective of the club is to widen the professional horizons of business administration students who are interested in the field of marketing. This objective is achieved by bring- ing outstanding leaders in the field to the cam- pus to address monthly dinner meetings of the club, by encouraging marketing research, and by acting as a clearing house for current market- ing information. " 'aff . f' .' 'M ' ff , -, 5 f ,:, is ' 4' . i t 15' s 8 t , :P 9 5 fi tg ffffitg , R' g in X Q Z if xl w A Z5 I A i Q if "ff: .2-':': JS, ma h uh , a s i t f y M ,, y ,E , 1 y a oi iq icms " 'fyl' JIM ialaaiiroitn o P'7'F.S'IillKIlf X c:A'1'Hi5R1NE s'111xN1iizRFER I!lf'f"Plil'.3lflFfl! 4 RUTH TRAMMELI, 1if'I'Ul'Illllg Sl'l'l'I'fIlI'5' i J. n. D1c:x1NsoN Teremszrrer lm ,,1fijff,I2,f:,ORD nn. oiionoiz c:oP1f .spmaw 'lihe Math Club was organized with new objectives and purposes this year after being in- active lor two sessions. The club's history dates back tweny years with intervening periods of inactivity. The purposes of the club are to proinote interest in inatheniatics and in methods and problems ol' leaching inatheniatics and to pro- inote ideals and good fellowship among Sill- dents and teachers ol' niatheniatics. A "B" average pre-requisite in all college mathematics has been niet by thirty active niein- bers. FIRST ROXY: ,L Dibhen, 'lrannnell, Standerfer, Clopp, Barllam. liratllonl. Ditkinson. SECZUNIJ ROXY: lfulton. l'. Dill, lnen,C1ooke.Cadenhead. Rarliznn. lones, Hanson, Luke. THIRD ROW: Dean. SCZIX. l'arrish, lfreenian, Kiel. Paulissen. Parker Clendinning, Payne. M Q s T, ,, .. Xiu 'VK ww? G45 lflRSl ROW: I-orstner. Sills. Nlidtlleton. Allen, Wilson, McCord. SIQCIOND ROXV: Scholz, Copenhave, Kennedy, Owen, Patton. lHlRl3 RUNS! 1'-I'lCtlSklIll. Stlinitter, Stockton, Petsick, Schulze, Smith, Crofts. s cfology lub OFFICERS gm.. ' 1 .2 14' f Q., y, 'f' "nr 'M' all? M u 5 I I x ,L ,, ,V who V' R USSFLI, M I DDLETON . , Ptresiflenlt DON ALLEN . . Vice-Presidmzl AIINI NIIE LOU SILLS SHf'l'FfIlIAVX'-Tl'FlltS'llIVV DR. ll l RAM FRI EDSAM . . Sponsor CLFORCLF H. FINCK , Sponsor F f f I 4 . .. Z , fee s! f fi ,X J If vt - . W.. 1 , vig. . 7.4 1,, ,,11. V 1 , w, - , A Q, .,-6 7 f My 0,50 Aw M Rl'SSliI.L XIIlJDI,F'I'ON Ptmlflffzll The Sociology Club was organized in the fall of 1950 for the purpose of promoting pro- fessional growth and fellowship and stimulating interest in the field of sociology. Programs for the past year have included discussions of social problems such as race re-Q lations. mental illness, substandard housing. and an aging population: movies concerned with the conservation of human resourcesg and speakers on various topics of sociological inter- est. Membership in the club is open to all who are interested in sociology. 1 l 4 1 I , for NIT DOROTHY HEARNE 1Jl'6SI.llI?IIlf The Junior Mary Arden Club is a literary and social organization sponsored by the Senior Mary Arden Club. The membership is limited to sophomores and freshmen having a "B" average in their first semester of English. The club is a member ol the Second Dis- trict of Texas Federated IN7omen's Clubs and ju io ma ar l lr OFFICERS DOROTHY HEARNE . I'rr'sirlenl ix"IARrIEPI.'X STR.-XIICHAN VIC6-Pl'F.9IIIf'lIf MARY FRAN CES PERRY Sl'I'lAl'f1ll'vl' PHYLLIS CRAIN 7Tl'FIl.S'Ill'f'l' MRS. CARL SIITTON Sjmnsor each year sends delegates to the annual conven- tion of Texas Federated IVomen's clubs. The purpose ol' this organization is to pro' vide entertainment lor its members through literary programs and social affairs. Such pro- grams include book reviews. plays. musical pro- grams as well as acquaintance teas. and dutch dinners. FIRST ROIV: Kearby. Iles. Hearne. Straughan. Perry. Crain. Saxles. Noland, Reiniger. SECOND ROW: Ponder, Seytllex. Bran. Haberger, Millet, Huse. Snodgrass. Taylor. Clofortlx. Grainger. Iaclxson. THIRD ROW: lenlxins. Lang. Rox. Rattlill. Salem. Meyer. Rowell. jackson. Katy. lX'ilslord. lfOI'R I H ROXV: llidgon, lhunelt. Krueger. Nllllllltlfs, I ltompson. tirezllllouse. senior m ry ar en club l OFFICERS N,X'IfXl,lIi HANINI.-XCIK Prtesidezzt Rose AWN tizmmrixrcis lflf?-Pl'FSlllf"IIf IXNF, rrowrius .sm-mm iittcirzwirsx NICKINNRY Rflfim-far nrt. VIRQQINIA H,-XILI41 .spm1sm- NtilTAL,l,lQQ9ff,ffiQlliiIACK HRS! ROW: lfliler. l'lowc-rs. lYC2llllCl'lly. Wills. llarnrrnatk. Nlitclrell. Nlurplry, jones, fxllllllli SICCIOND ROVV: Holland. Stine, XlcSp1rcltlen. llzrrzllson, fioodmzm. Nl. tllux, Willem. Myers. fllllllIIllllgS. llendy. Lore, Clrider. 'IHIRD ROYV: Ahell, Iigarker. Xlonlt, Clurlson, Kelley. floolx. Vpslmw. lmxis, Koi-pp, Russell. l"OllR'IH ROXVZ Daxidson. lfinnie. Hurt, Hall, Hen, llf'll. flllltlll. llrzslmlmni. 'l'he Senior Nlary Arden Club is a young club where they might receive training in club womens literary and social club with a member- work, as well as in social usageg so the Mary ship ol one hundred selected lrom the junior Arden club was formed. The club, named and senior classes. lor Mary Arden, the mother of Shakespeare. Miss Edith Lanier Clark in 1902 decided chose the white rose as its flower and orange that the girls of North Texas needed a literary and White as its colors. lfh 1 ROSE ANN CUM NIINGS llI'I'6'IJl'l'Xl'fl6IIf l X7 ..,x A ,fm , ' senior mary arden club UFFICZERS NATALIE H.-XMMACK Prffsiflem ROSE ANN CUMMINGS l'ir'e-Presiderzf JANE FLOVVER5 Sf'C'l'f'fIlVLX' EUCLENI,-X NICKINNEY 'l'r'eas11r'er DR. VIRGINIA HAILE Sjzomor l"lRS'l RUXY: Spcllman. live-son. filalener, l':1lterson. l'orler. Recml.ll.C1lax.l'lt-arne, SICKZUND RUXY: Gill, lflemislcr. C-tunes, lelcrsli. Barr, Nlcliniglil. Rice. llollier. l1lXlUl'. IHIRID ROXY: llaguc. llankins. fl2Il'l'Cll. XX'al!cr. Click. Stlrimc-lpl't-nig. Ncary. Noland. McKinney. Clrawforml. Activities for the year included gllesl speakers at regular meetings. pledge teas, a re- ception for Ex-Marys. the annual Christmas Fete, and an informal party. Speakers are chosen from the faculty as well as from Denton civic leaders and are selected to represent var- ious liields of interest to the members. Talent- ed members also participate in the programs. Miss Clark is now the honorary sponsor of the organization. while Dr. Virginia Haile is the faculty sponsor. S panhand Q club OFFICERS RIQVBEN NOEL President H. C. IVELLS l'ice-.Presideizf NIPXRY .-XLICIC KINC Rer'oi'1li11g Sl'l'l'6f1lI'ji' JOYCE SHI'RI3E'I' Corrffsjloizrlirzg Secretziry CLOYS IVEBIB . . Treasilwrer NIISS NIARY MCCORMICK S1I07lS0l' ,gn REI I ISHN NOICI, 1Jl'C'SI'fIf'7lI ' IIRSI RON: llailex. Xltfiormit. We-lilm, Noel, Wells, Shurbet, King. Allison, Donaldson. CILIIICIAIUH. SECOND ROXV: XVilson. lenltins. Clox. Nlae Nlorris, Nlotlena Nlorris. Nlcilullougli. Cooper. wells. Holder, Gunter. l'HlRlJ RONY: Italy. Moore. Cora IICII. Item, Pierson, lferguson, Sliadid. Nlarshzill. Scott. Ileger. Renton. l"OllR'lH ROXV: Itilson, Loper. Gill, May, Nesbil, Robinson. Lanning, litlwztrtls, Carlyle, XVyric'k. ln its first semester of organization. seventy students were recognized by the administration as members ol' the Panhandle Club. They chose as their sponsor, Miss Mary NIcCormic. liamed operatic singer now teach- ing voice at the School ol' Music. who is a IVest Texan. The purposes of the club are to help Pan- handle students to become better acquaint- ed on the campus. and to encourage attendance ol other Panhandle students. The club celebrated its newly gained recog- nition with a party over the Christmas holi- days at one of Amarillo's leading night spots. The club's calendar was completed with a Western Week and an intercollegiate rodeo in the Spring. l B panhand e club OFFICERS REUBEN NOEL . P'i'65Ifl67I,f H. G. VVELLS . . II'iCc'-P1'esiflm1t MARY ALICE KING H6C'0I'ClI'l1gSFf'7'FfIl7'j' JOYCE SHURBET Cor'1'Psj2011rli11g Sec'Ir'ff11fr'y H: G. WELLS CLOYS INEBB . I 7i'l'Ffl.9Il'VFT "ff'P"'fS'f'f'1' MISS MARY MCCORMICK I Sponsor vw- , 5' f FIRST ROW: Austin. Brcmmc. Moody, XV:1llcr. Shzulicl. lficld, Seaman. SECOND ROW: Cimvzm. Nlurcmnn. Dzuis. Rau, Nlcnkcr. Tuckitt. Lylcs, CICIIICIIIS. THIRD ROWY: Nlpflnslaml. Newby, Reynolds. Bmvnmn. Bagwell. Bnllzml. Spmusc, IfOl'R I H ROW: Todd, Norman, Hall, Carr, Humphreys, Knox. Bolin, Nolmlc. M 3 , X QE ,ss Af, I I F2 3 'Z' v I 2 physical du afon WN' 5 W WR 'rv Fart, orriczeas ,YXVDREY SOMMERS Presirlwzi NIQXRY SUE BAKER lylcl'-IJl'f'.S'lIlt"IIl' FRANCIS JOYCE 7il'I'1l.S'lll'1'l' YVlI,NI.'X PAYE JOHNSON S6'l'l'f'fIll'LY A UDREY SOMMERS l'J'es1'f1c'11l 193 'Pal gw l'lRSl ROXY: Hennessee. Baker. XY. If. lohnson, Somniers. Nltfluire, XlcNlillan. love, I-Iuher. SIQCZOXD ROXV: Blatkmon. Pillai-X, liIlllL'l'. I,c-xine. Xshlr-Y. Iaclxilt. el lllRIJ ROYY: Nlarlin. Nlorris. Rolsloiri Xlcflormit, Clalxert, xlllfllllf. liuheck. l'Ul'Rlll ROW: Ball. Xllllflf. xl1ll'SlI2Ill. Bagwell, Paartley.K1urtis, Angell. The Physical Eclucation Prolessional Club. lX'lClHlJCl'Sl1iP is open to unclergracluates or a clepartniental group. promotes professional gracluate students majoring or ininoring in fellowship anrl growth through associations Health. Physical Eclucation and Recreation. with others interestecl in the liielcl of physical The club is a inelnber ol' the Texas Associ- eclucation. ation of Health. Physical Eclucation and Recre- vm' f 1 i A I ARY SUE BAKER Vice-Pre.sfde11t professional lub SPRI NC OFFICERS AUDREY SOMMERS Presiflezzl WILM,-X PAYE JOHNSON Sf'z'r'r'f141',y FRANCIS JOYCE 'llI'f'll.SIll'l'V DR. DONNIE CO'l"llERAI, Sjzolnsor O 'O 5 0 0 'fc FIRST ROXV: Brooks. Holler, Gullcdge, XVildman. Couch. Dean, Dempsew. SECOND ROW: glolmson. Wiiislc-ad. l5trllgt'l'. Brown. Balch. Malone, Horne. Loxelace. .Xddington. THIRD ROW: li. johnson, Wilcke. Thigpen. Womack. Robertson. Hayes, Auding. Holler. Whitside. lfOl'R'lH ROW: Bailey, .Xnclc-rson. Dunn. Estes. Harriss. O'lEricn. ation and of the American Association ol' One of the outstanding speakers of the Health, Physical Education and Recreation. year was the well-known modern dancer. flied Regular meetings are held once a month. Shawn who spoke to the club on the life of Activities include lectures, demonstrations. Del Sarte. parties. picnics, and business meetings. l press club OFFICERS 'FED HOSACIQ CER,-XID SKIIJNIORE JO.-XNNE HANKINS JOYCE Sl-lURl3E'l' '1iVFIISll'l'f'l FRANK CACNA-XRIJ 35 NIR 1'1'r.wirlf't11f l'ir'r'-Pnfsiflffrzl S6'l'Vf'f1l,l'j' R P110 ffm' TED HOSACK Pl'l'.SIiC1Hllf Wy, f as it ii at f"s 48 ....., '52, we fa' qt?- HRST ROXY: Pierson. llxson. Sliulwrl. Hosack, Skidmore. Czlgnartl. SIQCZOND RUXVL Lipnian. lichols. Nllllllll, Harlmou I .' Xml llltl Ctulis I'o1lt1 lbzulglmerlx. llollowax. IHIRID ROW: Berry, ,c'nninp's, ,' -. Composed oi journalism majors and minors. the Press Club is a social ancl profession- al organization. Each year the club sponsors the Halloween King ancl Queen for the Halloween Carnival. Proceerls from the nominations go into a schol- arship luntl for journalism majors. Annual sponsors of the Fourth Estate Ban- quet. the Press Club nieinbers were also hosts to the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention helcl on the campus April 27-29 last year. 4 4 4 r l l x . A, 5 , l , , P4 X 4 x ' ""!c ' ., . 2.1 l 'QKX 44H2".' 1 ,3o,.,,, . 5 , ,VS ff-fff .-4 'fy ' 1' l l . Q 1 , u , , . , A A x : l Ciklliklelj SKllJNlUR1C l iff'-lJlY'.S'lfll'Ilf P p ess c ub SPONSORS N! C. E. SI-IUFORD .Sjzoiismt DEI.lSER'll MCUUIRE Sjloiism' MRS. MELVIN FENULLLIO Sjumzsorr "N W! K ,CTA :K ...fl 'tl , l lik l"lRSl RONY: Yezirgaii. Uziiiiinage. Harilisoii. XX'lieiiller. Nlome. Shaw. bloliiislon, lhiiloii. SICQZOXID ROXY: NIQRL-arx. llrooim' 1 I Hllll Morgan, Willis, Woorlriill, 'IeaI, llinsoii. lliowi. Nolile. The priiuary purpose ol' the club is to study newspaper problems. During the year several well-known speakers and uewspapermen spoke to the meiubers. Latest project ol' the organization is the sponsorship of the sale of records ol' the North I ROV: Stockton, XM-Iiln. Sc-gniigiii. Riley Ilriclges. Watson. X'.ili-iiluela, 'llexas Fight Song aml Glory to the Green. Pro- ceetls from the sale ol' these records goes into the scholarship hind. A social organization, the club has several parties each year. 5 quintilian lub lfgXI,l, Ul"lflC1iRS l'li'lili BRUXYN 1'mfs1'flwz! Mvfl 4?-w f IAXLIK l5l'Nl,Ol' l'im'-I91'f'.s'iflffl1I Nl iXlq'1-HA XXI ES Sl'l'l'f'I'1ll'lX' sv, ROSE NIXRY BR.-XU 'l'1'ms11r'f'r' x'1RcQ1N1,x llkli ER .spfmm j Q Co it " :- JACK D U NLOP l'1'f'e-IJr'esiclc':1l -it rw." z,, f 5. 2 B fi 1 I-IRS! ROW: llnaulsliaw. llluni, l'll'llSlL'l. -IZIIIICS. Quelme, llrau, Noah, l'ezn'son. lloling SIQCYUND ROW: linker, O. johnson, lnxinv. Snitlm, Sllt'K'llll2lll. Rc-itl, l'lilll'. Wilmer, llurns, l'. johnson. 'I HIRIJ ROW: 'l. Hughes. liarney, lownsley. Atllxins, Xlinllell, Nlext-is, llegnml, lilllllll. Iunlow. l'Ul'R'lll RONY: llrown, kllllllllhtlll, Blaelxwell. lvUll'l'2llll. Hughes. Dunlop. XM-lls, llurclic-Ile, Wxlie, Yelnlillion. Swain. 'lllie Quintilian Club is a tlC1J2ll'lIl1Clll2ll organization lor tlle lmenelil ol speech niajors. lt was begun in lllflfi lor the purpose ol' pro- xicling practice ancl experience in all ol' the 1 speech arts, clrania, public speaking, clebate. in- terpretation. raclio, ancl television procluction, as well as to provide social activities through sucli an organization. llilntougliout the year lllCIlllJ6l'S ol' the Club produce one-act plays, participate in radio pro- grams, engage in varsity zil'lS, and sponsor a IllClOfll'2llHEl. Many ol' its lllCllllJCl'S are active in l I qu 'ntilian lub SPRING orificrgas PETE isaowiv JACK DUNLOP ivtAR'1'HA jmvias Rosie MARY BRAU 'IF- IJV6.S'IIlf"IIl 1',7'P.SIfI6'llf .S'efretu. ry Treas Il fer PETE BROVVN Pl'F.SI.!If'IIf VIRGINIA BAKER 'MU' FIRST ROYV: Carson. Osborne. Breedlove. Pyles, Bennett, Adair. Sliadid. Pettigrew, jones. SECOND RONV: Stamlgml. Glazner, Parrnele. Delrortl, Colley. Holloway. Roane, Clnrrens, Kutzler. THIRD ROXV: Ruffin, Sparks, Mollatt, Courts. Davis, Iilllilllll, Clannplrell. Ray. l"OllR'lH ROXV: McDonald, Rutherford. Scott. Weatlierlry, Peters. Stover. debating, public speaking. poetry interpreta- tion. and other special events. This year the gas-lights were raised on the gay nineties nrelodrarna, Lily. the Felon's Daughter, where, in the old tradition. villians were hissed and beautiful heroines saved from a fate worse than death. The Quintilian rnelo- dranras are becoming an annual event on the carnpus and one looked forward to with a great deal of anticipation by actors and spectators alike. At the annual formal banquet the club had as its guests. rnernbers ol? the Barter Theatre of Virginia. Sprnzfsofr' ' . 7 f ' uf W 'Xanga 4 'i S ll IL 1 cs st111 11111. SECOND ROW: Lllllllltl. l'l2ll'l1lS. YVz1r1'e11, LI st ll 1 S 11s ll? ROV us 111 11t edge, fll'1llN1WSlil, Slutller. New, l,ittle, Bqtrtley. N 1 xt ll1o111 15011 D l,lLVLI St111l1t-rry, Hunt, SllllllCl'SUll, A111le1-so11, Adkins, Sanchez. ru: grande valley c ub The Rio Grande Valley Club was organ- ized in October, 1950, for the purpose of es- tablishing a11d proinoting friendly relations among the Valley students attending North Texas. Projects of the year included chartering buses to the Valley during vacations, entering a float in the HOIl1CCO1lllIlg Parade, and plan- ning IILIIUCTOLIS social activities. 6' 9' c ub OFFICERS CHARLIE TEACUE President LOYD LOIVE VIC6-PITSICIFIIIZ HERB MARVEL Secretory JOHNNY O'GLEE , Treasurer WAYNE HICHTOIVER Reporter VVINTON "POP" NOAH Sponsor CHARLIE TEACUE ljmsicltvzl The goal for this years T Club was to build a stronger letterman's organization than North Texas has seen in a number of years. This was achieved with the revival of the cus- tomary initiation and grand promises of func- tions to be held throughout the year. Early in the year, the cobwebs were swept the purposes was to promote school spirit. This might explain the cluster of T sweaters and jackets at all athletic events. The annual spring banquet was another example of success, confusion, and headaches. This is perhaps the greatest achievement of the club and certainly the most memorable. from their constitution and found that one oi' l"IRS'I ROIY: IIeFord, Young. Drew, O'CQIct'. Czlslxill. cillllllflj Iowe. CIUIILIIIX. Ragstlalc. SICCONII ROIY: Cilstrap. Rcnlro, Iitlwzlrds. johnson, Roberson. Ifowlcr. Crumly. IIigI1tmm'cr. Nlitthell. IHIRIJ ROW: I,owe. xxifltbilllllfi. I. Smith, Henson. Lam- IIICS. Iirown, R. Smith, Ieague. fabojnik. IfOI'R I H ROW: Noah. I.ntritk. llaxid. Woml. Womlmle, IIIIIIIIIQII. ,ILlIIll2ll'N, Nlax- ' well. so 4 Q X M . 1-SQ. x V. fn., we . ,QQ Migrsst ' ,-wx Q gf W I f . ' . ,. fi, ...W..wx..,ww.t-1, ,-, .fx I Q...-W, ,1 f. 9-.gf N fig! ,, i ligjl It r im' ysisgljlf . w Q ,S if Amis X entre iff? " 3? fi II X tl v, '11 I Q II tl I . c fs C lll f Q 2 l'lRSl ROW: late, lltidges. Hamilton, Sliatltztn. Cgirrito. lVliitalxer. Peterson, Nelson, lJeVaney, llttengerman. SECOND ROXV: it 1 . . . 1 llollmd llttlxe llttllex Cttlton llurltam. lntrley, Holst, Dick. Peterson. Alters. lVilson. Kilgore. King. 'l'HIRlJ ROW: Shack- elloid. Strgtttglian. lorns. Latltatn. Spennr. Griffin. Batchelor. Willis. Cllendinning. johnson, Dztuglierty. Wood. FOURTH ROW: Baker, lllatknall. Robertson. Pedigro. Iattnn. littttram, Younger, Farmer, Nl. Hill, Bolth. Sammons, H. Hill, Hall, lax lor. Scott. pleanes. C C ster gs ch ' al society OFFICERS LFROY XVHITAKER HOXVARD SHAXHAN nexttv Ntgtsotst trttft, 1'1i'1'r3tzsoN tw HOlfl+'M,XN nit. 'ti s, tatmttivmi, ma, mt. 'ty euuuczo W' . mayo . - ' Ji 4 :I t L .' 'Tit ' , Presirleizl lice-Pr'e.s'itlet1l Sect'ezfm'y 71l'l'Il.S'1ll'f'l' Sergerttt f-iff-1lfl'llIt.S ER A Sjimzsor Sjionsor ii as J f ,F 1 V ?A . , 542: ii mn tw Y 5. NH., A t t , V v I 45 l R l,liROY XVI ll'l',l.li 'Q lllY'.Sl-llfllf 1 ., , nt 'lihe XV. N. Masters Student Alliliate Chap- ter ol' the American Chemical Society has a dttal purpose. lt is both an honorary and a social organization. lt is the purpose of the organization to acquaint the student with what is happening in the lield ol' chemistry, both at North Texas and in the outside world. Members ol' the chapter are allowed to Zil- tend the meetings ol' the American Chemical Society, and graduate students are allowed to take part in these meetings. Six members at- tended the ACS meeting in San Antonio, De- cember '7-ll, lSl5ll, and one ol them, Joe Solarek, presented a paper on Work he did lor his mas- ter's thesis. Chemistry majors do not work all the time, no matter what people tell you. The club had an initiation dance and a hayride and Weiner roast in the Fall. Each semester the test tube laden pledges of the club are honored with a dance. was ey f nda ion DICK HARRIS Preszderzt The VVesley Foundation Council is made up ol' the officers of the lNesley Foundation. The Foundation is the organization for Metho- dist students on both the NTSC and TSCYV campuses. It meets both Sunday morning and evening for fellowship through worship, study, and recreation. The Binl.s'eLye Review is the weekly publication lor the group. A "Foundationeru ol' this local organization con ' OFFICERS DICK HARRIS 1,I'r".S1l'Il'I1f PAT SFVVELI, IIliff'-PI'f'.S1iIfI'l1I EAN FINNIF1 Sl'f'I'l'fIlI'VY KENNY KARNES , rllIit"'Il,,S1l'I'f'I' MISS EYVEL POSEY 1J1iVFf'fUI' and a member ol' the Council is Talou Balch. the Vice-President ol' the North Texas Conler- ence on the State MSM Council. She. along with other Foundation members. attended the TMSM Conference at Mineral YVells. during the past Thanksgiving holidays. llppermost in the minds ol' the students is the new Methodist Student Center which will be completed within six months. FIRSI ROW: Baker. Nlilell. Posey. llarris. Ifinnie. Karnes, AIlf.l!SlllllII. SFCIUXIJ ROXY: Stott. tlottrts. liatlth. Rai. Ilow D man. Alltinson -one 5 2 . Hall. Ilarper. 'I HIRII ROXV: litltlglllllll. Iittstli. Rttllitt. l,ott-late. Wztlltt-t. l'e1trtt'. Ilttmphrexs. I fm ,Wall .fa TC' ,M ' K' , A fi? f 1 ' I S. S R ml 4 1 lllllt lint Courts. Harper. Harris. SECOND ROW: Pate. Cox. Price. Buck, Morris. Bran, Daugh- IHIRD 0 nth s s, l'eartc. Harris. lf0llR'liH RCW: l.ocLlin. Ruflin, Riveire. . Presicleni l',ll'f'-P'l'FA'lIlPII,f Secvezfa ry Terms 'll re 1' Co r. Secfy Sponsor 'l'he National Society of Wesley Players is the only National religious drama society in existence and is also the official drama or- ganization of the Methodist Church. Its pur- poses are to study the relationship of drama to religion: to promote a program of religious drama that is sincere, intelligent, and artistic: and to give the members a broad knowledge of drama. 'llhe Alpha Alpha Chapter here in Denton, received its charter in 1939. Membership in- cludes students from both NTSC and TSCW. The most important activity of the year was the editing of Footlight, the national religious drama magazine of the society. student westminster fel owshi OFFICERS JEANNE CASEY Nlodemtor BI LL WI LKS Vice-Nlodemtofr MARCIE PATTON SFf"l'Fffl'l'lY HOWARD PATVIRON Trerzsllrer JEANNE CASEY GORDON CoL.i.1ER .spamm- lllodernlor The Student VVestminster Fellowship is sponsored by the Presbyterian Church. but it includes students ol' many churches and of no church - those who are interested in the search for truth in all its phases - spiritual as well as intellectual. The Student W'estminster Fel- Iowship meets each Sunday at the Presbyterian Church and each Vlfednesday evening at the VVestminster Foundation Manse. l302 Oak Street. and at other times as arranged. In the years that it has been in existence on the NTSC campus. SVVF has sought to make a con- tribution oli Christian fellowship to all who are interested. FIRST ROW: Boland. Broughton. Casey. Wallace. Patton. SHIOXIB ROW: Stewart, Russell, I'2lIloll. Gilliligm, Noland, lsrownr low. 'I HIRIJ ROXY: Collier. Lewis. Kirln, I,OXX'l'1llItl'. f ,A ' 1 X X, fffwmgmx .5 . Y. ,Q tfwfmssvs M Kwan, q w Q an Iv its-am X mum, vs MSW" YN' Vw? W P. .c I 5 t W ff- A 2? 1-'71 , v 4' , , Y t I 2 5.1. .ij lg . f ,X . 2 - ' . X M, .: ff' f a. A . 5,5-is 135 4. f 14" aw w' .wwf 'Q as A 11- ig Q. ' . 4 --.- f t -' ye,-1 A xi. F4321 W- if Lf af. f ,ff .y. +V ' "Y :mf . ,gg ,,::: .s 25' M, ' -53 .it ,.f1Y5i"i' 5 t "l 'turf' elf X student religious coun i lflRSl ROXV: Kirby. Scott. l.lox'tl. Noland. ltlrketl. SECOND ROXV: Baird. Cllendinning. Collier. lllackwoofl. Freeman. THIRD ROW: Strmler. llttllwt-U' ilu' Ortlm A, Y-'J I.. 'Y' i ' 'raw' ,awp The Student Religious Council acts as the coordi- nator for the campus and local churches by organizing the campus religious life, by encouraging sharing by the individual in the guidance of the community's religious activities. by stimulating appreciation of the religious values and opportunities offered the student, by pro- moting attitudes of cooperation and good will, and respect for wisdom and spiritual insight, and by striving toward the attainment of the blessings of God to the students and their followers. The councils main activity is sponsoring Religious Emphasis Wleek. Activities such as WSSF drive, Brother- hood Week, and a Chapel program. Officers were Dick Kirby, president: Diane Scott, vice-president: Arlie Turkett. recording secretary-treas urer: Emma jo Noland, corresponding secretary. The sponsors were Dr. W. B. Lloyd. Mr. Maurice McAdow, Dr. B. Mcliryde, and Miss Margaret Middleton. Q W f X ff i arts committee The selection and presentation ol' all Fine Arts num- bers on the campus ol' North Texas State College is the responsibility of the Fine Arts Committee. Through a balanced selection of students and faculty members' with wide interests, a balanced selection ol' programs with Wide audience appeal is procured. Composing the mem- bership of the committee are Dr. Sam B. McAlister, Chairman: Mr. Robert Caldwell, Dr. Donnie Cotteral, Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, Dr. Wfalter Hodgson. and Mr. Robert McCloud. Student representatives were Mary Nan Hudgins, Tommy Hughes, L. D. Sparkman. Shirley Murphey, Nancy W1'iglit, and Peggy Huse. SEXTICD: Hudgius. lVrigl1t. Mtflloutl. Nltxllister. Ciotterul. Huse. Murphy. S'l XNDINC: Hughes. Cqlldwell. Hodgson. Spxtrlmmn. 4549+ Q , frwwvg 3 ,if W Z f fx A jpg ,fy t f 3, Au: . X W-5174' Wm 5 1 fn.. 4' :iz 1 , A' gag? K W ,.,.. N fm' ., VJ Q 2' , 1.1 J hs' r jr. xx '- ,,s N X ur-"" tl 95 editor 's page To the readers ol Yuc:c:A: For twelve action-lillecl months, this record ol your school year has been in the hands ol the editors ol Yuczcifx. Almost one year ago to the clay, the Publications Council elected the Editor-in-Chiel. I in turn appointed George McCoy to Associate Editor in Photography, Talou llalch to Associate Editor in Organiza- tions, and 'lack Murry to Associate Editor ol Production. VVith this nucleus, together with Mr. ll. Hall. Alr., our laculty sponsor, detailed planning on the book began. The loremost question at any time is, "VVhat are we going to try to portray?" and "How are we to repre- sent itP" Simply, we selectecl as the general theme, symbolism both in words and art work that would rellect the under-lying spirit ol our campus AA traditions, but traditions that constantly changed in lorm, but not in spirit. For that is North Texas -- a traditional spirit ol continued growth and expansion. To best symbolize this spirit in art lorm we called upon Buff Ballard, one ol the most promising young artists in contemporary prolessional art, and a cluite recent graduate ol North Texas. To him goes the credit lor the color division pages and the opening section color work. 'Ne think it is the most exciting trend ol modern yearbook journalism -- and Ytfccsx is in the vanguard. Our old and very dear lriencl. Nlax ol Photo Associates was called in to do the special photography ol the Departments in Action. llsing a new technique that is almost his tracle-mark, "der Max" lived up to our lonclest hopes. Aloining him as prolessional photography consultants wereCunningham Studios who admirably handled the tedious and enormous class section photography, XVest Studio, in whose capable hands laculty photography was conliclently placed tthat conliclence was well-rewardedj, NV. D. Smith ol Fort XfVorth, who helped us pioneer in a new method ol organizations coverage, doing an excellent job, and our wonclerlul lriencl Frank Burcharcl, who did the beauty photography under tremendous time pressure, yet came up with his usual llawlessly perlect glamour art. Not completely shoved aside by the prolessionals, Ceorge ol our own stall boomecl lorth with the lull page subdivision pictures lor the beauty, line arts, basketball, and track pages, and also did the Fouts montage. ln addition, sports photographers lrom Kentucky to Calilornia assisted tis with on the spot coverage. Even Nlax's associates Sylvan Coronfic and l'lric Xleisel fnow you see why Nlax only uses one namej got into the act when they covered the Crand Chorus appearance with the Dallas Sym' phony. .X widely divergent stall. the larger book demanded cle-centralifation ol work. Reuben Noel and .Iohn Lovelace as Assistant Feature Editors wrote copy like mad - or as quickly as l could turn loose lay-outs to them. In organizations, Talou was assisted magnilicently by liarbara Tc-at. llere a truly great piece ol work was done when these two completely renovated a section long in need oi it. 'Ne believe that this portion ol the book now rellects the modern trend Ytfcicsx annually possesses. .lohn Lovelace, in addition, turnecl-out the Fine Arts section almost single-handedly - it speaks well lor him. No thanks would be complete without commending my most energetic worker, Martha Davidson. Hers was the willing hand that was constantly there lor all the emergency tasks, both large and small. Asicle lrom general supervision over the class section. which the College Press stall did so well, she did the index almost completely alone. and still louncl time to write all the hundreds ol letters l dictated by the hour. Certainly she deserves the title ol Assistant Editor. My greatest joy comes lrom the work turnedrout by Earle Young on Sports, while Pat O'Hearn as .Xrt Edif tor and l as General Know-lt-All tried to tell him how to make it better. Fortunately he seldom heeded our lree aclmonitions. l suppose the book wouldn't be cllll except lor the thousand and one lriends who dropped in at every con- ceivable hour to wish us well or to just bull by the hour. .Xnd the women in our lives, bless 'em . . . and the men lor the ladies ol the stall . . . we couldn't have lasted through all those hours without somebody to talk about. The midnight counseling sessions are a regular part ol Yt'c3c:.x routine now . . . we carried on. And Sadie, Kate and Mary ol the Texan, relaxed us with collee and small talk during the wee small hours, what a help! l'rolessionally, we must thank American Beauty Cover Company lor their excellent design and produc- tion. Southwestern Engraving Company, who nearly committed suicide when we ran long over-time and then dropped hall ol the book on them lor three-day delivery tthey did it, a miracle lor anybodyp. and to the Hurley Company, ol Camden, .Xrkansas, in whose plant this is being written, as we close out production in a blaze ol arouncl-the-clock "miracle" procluction. Xllallace and .Ioe Hurley have taken more than a publishc-r's inter- erst with '1'l1c:c1A, it is their baby as much as ours. To them must go our unlimited thanks. And lastly, to the two most laithlul. Mr. D. Hall, on whose capable shoulders the mantle ol Yt'c:c:A sponsorship has rested lor many years became both lriencl and latherly advisor. His vision, intense interest and vibrantly youthlul ideas have been a constant challenge to me to do better than all my excellent All-American predecessors. Xllith this great stall l hope we have carried on in the true Ytfcicsx tradition. llnderstanding, laith, courage and love, all contributed by my own sweet Sue . . . now l can go hack to Texas and become reacquaintecl with that wonclerlul little blue-eyed blonde who will he my bride in eighty-eight days. Sincerely yours, Girlz! QZH1507 P197 UN index organi ation xlplia Clit P416-411 Ceelles ,,,, P PP PPPPPPPPPPPP396-391 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia PPP PPP434-435 xlpha lanibtla 1'i P 418 Creen jatkets PP . P ..PP 447 Phi Sigma Alpha ..,A PPP384-385 xlpligi 1,iunbil.i Sigma 419 llealth Committee ,,,, 4121 Phi Upsilon Omieron .PPP PPPP 433 Xlliligi xiii Pxlpliii PP P 420 House Presidents Club P PPPP462-4621 Pi Delta Pi P... i,,,,i PPP 436 Xlplia Phi Omega PP 444 Industrial .Xrts Club P PP 465 Pi Omega Pi ,,,, PPPPPP 437 xlpliii Rho lan P PP 451 Inter-Ifraternity Council ,,,,,,, PPPPP 389 Pi Phi Pi ..,. .P PP.P4O4-405 ti-liiigioii Sting Cfliili P P P 459 International Relations Club P . 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Oak Street Hallj .e . ee..--e.221 Fonts, Theron 1l'l1ysieal litlutationj eee ,,,, 14111229-412 lfrietlsam, H. flicononiits K Soriologyj ee . 244-1711 Fuchs. Rantlolpli f.Xrlj eeee .e . e e..ee 2--11--151 9 Garcia. Antonio 1fiUVClilllllC1l1.D e -.2-1-1 filll'tl1lCI'.Nvlllllllll fhlusicl ee.- eeefl2fl fillllgll. Roy 1.Xrts1 eee..e.e ..e245 Gri11'in,Ray 1f1UX'Cl'lllllCll1D e .. e..215 In Haile. Virginia qlhiglislij .. .ee. .e-ee.21.'n Hall. tl. D. fl'rint Sluolmj ee W. 130-221-,115 Hall. M. li. qklusicj ..-ee .. ..-323 Hall. Torn flhiglixlij ee.e. .... e 215 Hansen. 11'alter fGeograpliyj e. ..'12-1 Hanson, E. H. fNlLl11lClll2lIlLS, .. . .eeH175 llartlesty, G. 'l'. fllinaleryj .. .. . .e.e..2'15 Hartly, Glatlys ll. fRegistrar's Ullieej ee- W 2221--137 llartly, Myrtle fSpeeel1j eee e .... ee eee4155 Harllee. 'llioinas S. qlforeign Languagesy e . . . ...eeeeeee-V120 Harris. Benjamin 13. fDean ol' .Xtlni.. Biologyj. .e2l8-11121113 Harris. 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Brown . Brown, Brown. B ro w n . Brown. Brown, Brown , Brown. Brown. Brown, Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown, Brown . Brown. Brown. Brown . B ro wn . Brown, Brown. Brown, .Xlma f.-Xrgyley .,,, ,,,,, .Xuthalia llfylacoy ,o,,,,,. Barbara COak Park. Ill.y , ., Betty Ree lMarshally ,,,, l59 7 7777 4 13-480-48-I ,,,,,,.377 308 -386 278-444 ,,,,,,,354 Calvin lDentony ,,,,,,v. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, Carolyn Lonlora lPort .xi-trait-y Daniel F. fChristovaly ,,, ,,,, , lfloyce lDentony aa,, , Fran tLufkiny ,,, Frank ,,,, , ...,.,,a, , jesse C. lHamiltony ,,, jolm lOdessay ,,,,,,,, , , juanita Louise tllallasy ,,, Lou XV. "Pete" tI.ulkiny , . Margaret lMobartiny ,,,,,, Mary Beth Clan .ingot-ty ,,,, ,, Mary Louise ltlampbelltony Mary Ruth tlfort Mforthy ,, Myrtle Frances tai-gy-it-y ,, Nobel D. lMcl'lenry. Ry.y Pamelia fFort NVorthy .i,,,, Patsy lShermany ,,,,,,, Ramsey .L lliermity ,,,.A, Raymond L. lShermany ,,, Robert Wlade tllallasy ,,, Vera Lee tllallasy ,,,, ., Virginia tllentony ,L,.,L M'inlree L. fChristovaly ,, Browning, Larue lliort l'Vorthy .L,, Browning, Thomas Harl lGarlancly ,, Bruce. Lois QDentony ,,,, , LLWYL ,,,, Brundrett, Leyton tGrovesy ,,,.,. Bruner. Peggy janelle tLeyellandy ,, Bru nson, Lawrence lHoustony ..,,. Bruton. M'aylon tSnydery ,,, Bryan, joan lCollinsvilley ,, Bryant, Bert qTylery LL,,, , ,ALL , Bryant, Claude A., jr. tPrice y,,, Bryant. Latimer ...,,.,.LL,,,.L Bryant, Leslie lDallasy e...L,..a Bryce, Margaret tShermany ......e Buchanan, Polly CKellery , Buchanan, Robert B. tBeltsville. Mcl.y Buck, Mary flempley ,L,-L,L,--,L,-,, Buckliew, XN'innie Mae CCentery ,, ,, Buke. joe ,,,,,,-.,,R-eL,,, V, ,a,w--L Bullard, Nita Lou CCoyingtony ..,,,,. Bullock ll. Eugene tSeattle. X'Vash.y ,,, Bullock. Frances Verlyn CNewcastley Bullock, Marilyn joy lNewcastley ,,, Bulman, Gene tBorgery .....L,.,, Bumgardner. Martha lGrapeviney , Bunch. Patti CCorsicanay ..L,..LL, Burchell, joe tBowiey ..L.,....,. Burchette, Ray, jr. tDClllSOlly ,, Burden, Benny fDallasy ....... I33-298 ,,, 2til ., , 3:44 278-473 26l -421-453-462-469 ,, ,,,, --. 235 424-489 ,,,-302'l-423-423-432 ,, , ,,,, ,,,, , 285 ,,,, 445 322-237 , . . 33-I ,,, . 354 , ,,,45-I-4813 ,..26l -. ,,,218- 33-I --l5l l5S-354 ,, ,284 ,,35-I .,,33--l -442-452 354-484 , ,307 ,, ,334 , ,,33-l ,,,,35-l 299 -4 37 354 424-446 ,, M334 , , ,554 33-1 278-399 153-334 , , ,,,,,,, 466 ,,,354 ,,,3l8 -444-484 -456-458 278-44,3 ,,,,41U 396 ,,--26l ,---354 ,,,,,,,2--354 ,,,32tJ-422-434 ,,,,lh8 308-492 ,,,35-l , - ,, ,,-435 ooo ,,,,-.t . 237-472 326-439 237 -439 222-.-2,-,,3:un ,,, 267-455-486 ,--2,,,-2,-, 355 ,,-267-444 -455-486 ,,,,,,,---334 Burdette, Benny fDentony ,, Burditt, Harold lDel Rioy ,, Burke. Bill CDentony ,,,,,, Burke, Clenn ttlrahamy ,,,, , Burkett, David llfort Worthy ,, Burkhardt, .Xnn llfort Worthy Burkhardt, Barbara tlfort M'orthy Burks, Betty Bulord lllallasy Burks, joe R. tAnnay ,,,, ,, Burnett. Betty lllecatury ,, ,,,, ,,,, Burns. Betty Kathryn fCamden, .'Xrk.y Burns, Betty Ruth llfort Worthy Burns, james H., jr. lllentony ,, Burns. john tllallasy ,,,,,,,,,,, Burns, julia Marie fczamiiittmy ,, Burrow, Billy Ray tllentony ,,,,,,,, Burrowes. Mark, jr. llfort Worthy , Burtis, Rusty flienisony ,,,, ,, Buryiak, Peter tllentony Busby, Sue lllaskelly ,, ,, Busch, Frank tMont tacit-it-tty , Bush. jerry lDentony ,,,, ,,,,, Bushnell. Robert S. tBrysony Butaud. Bert lPort .Xrthury Butler, Rita fCrand Prairiey ,,,,, Buttler. M'illiam Fred lLancastery ,, Buttram, jack Rhea fljelialby ,,, Buttram, joe Beck lllelialby ,,,,,, Buttram, Lenora jane flleliallay ,, Buttram. Mary the-Ralby ,,,,,,, Buttram, Patricia Ann lllc-Ralby ,, Byrd, lflaleah lCladewatery ,, ,, Byrd, Lottie N. lllallasy ,, ,, Byrd, Mildred Cant lWacoy ,, Byrne. Eddie lllallasy ,, Byrom, Cecil lBowiey , , lo Cadenhead. Clarence l. lllallasy ,, Cagle, j. H. qChildressy ,,,,,,, , Cain, .X. fBig Springsy , Cain, Pat lllallasy ,,, ,,, Cain, Roy tlempley .,,-,,,,, Caldwell, Lois C. lStami'ordy ,, Caldwell. Louise tSan Antonioy ,, Calhoun, Charlynne lShermany ,, Calhoun, Nelwyn Clylery . Calhoun, Norma jo tllallasy , Callan. jimmie lllallasy ,,,. Callison. joe Cliarnacky Calloway. Elaine t.-Xlbanyy ,, Calvert, Bernard C. tliorgery ,,,, Calvert, LaMetta fDallasy , ,,,, Calvert. Mrs. Mary Lynn tBorgery ,. Cammack, Emily tltascay ,,,,,,,, Camp. Clifton C. CDallaSy ,,, Camp, Sue lLarecloy ,,,,,,,,, Campbell, Bill tY'Vaxaliacliiey ,, Campbell. Edward fGrahamy ,,, Campbell. Floyce jean lDallasy ,,, Campbell, johnny CCranburyy ,, Cannon, Dawn tGalyestony ,,, Cannon. joe YV. fEulessy ,,,, Cantrell. jo .-Xnne lBorgery , ,,, Cantrell, Peggie Sue tValdastay . Cantwell, joe tllentony ,. ,,,, ,, Cardwell. Loye lhallasy , ,,,,,, ,. Carlson. Blanche tGeorgetowny ,,, C. Carlton, Tommy ttiatesyilley ,,,, Carlyle. Gilbert E. fHereforcly ,, Carmichael, jim lllentony ,,,,, Carmichael. Pat fllallasy ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,, Carmichael, W'eldon C. qlfort Mlortlry Carnahan, Angie Christine Clryiney ,, Carnes, Bill t'Chandlery ,,,,,,,,,, .arlson, Dorothy tlfort M'orthy ,,, Q97 , ,..- 334- 428 534- 428 334 237 2til 267 272'4-400 , 299 2457-4511 , 334 -27s 392 -4-47 456 ,,,.,33-l -455 lti-l 428--458 4124-466 l73 l77 ,,,, 334 395 l2l ,,, , l59 ,,,, 355 201 l55 207 479 , 318 , 261 , , H43 , . l90 428-4345 ,, 235 - ,,,355 299 ,,, 273 ,Y .355 .321 ,, 326-386 ,355 -417 426 ,, ,, I52 299 4l6 299 391 L-.. ,335 Q,ql 456 -458 299-3933 -417 - 3 3 4 474 -144 235 -l.'vl 334 3 5 5 ty - .1841 l7-l l77 355 355 299 l-46 1546 355 472 fl 14 474 355 -l9l 3 5 5 468 299 -4 82 355 490 355 4515 tx-- .Hill .iss ir' oocy 4 33 278 3 5 5 473 355 28,1 l95 442 299 386 472 379 334 355 407 2137 334 492 355 456 187 432 355 486 44l 278 355 334 1213 355 465 334 486 478 103 480 4l l 334 465 355 308 504 Carpenter. jimmy I.. tBridgt-porlb ,, WW, 355 Carpenter, Rolmert C, lllallasl ,. , , , .,.27S 408 Carr. ,Xlyin lflaudel , ,- , . .,.,,334-180 Carroll. .Xnita tIlClllUllj . f - 5285--417-126 -I37 458 Carroll. Barlwara Llexas Cilyl ,,, , .. .,..,355 Carroll. Billy lf. qflatesyillel ,, 27.5 Carroll. Nlgntha gllentonl , I-f2l IN Cgtllull. Nlilty qllclllullj , , 334 -l5I'l Carry, I.erov Ray qBonhamj , ,,, 331 CLIINC. Ixllllllllx . . , ,, .,,- 133 Carye. lyilliam lliorpus Christij , , 237 438-458 Larson. Nlarie lBeaumonlj , ,,, ,,l53 329 fl1lllL'l'. Bill qllolrlms. N. NIJ ,,,, .-3278418 Carter. Carlos lI'llll'1llCl'SYlllCj ,,., .299 Carter, Carolyn N. rlforl Worlhj -334 P156 Carter. Clen Q. fflrahgnnj .,,, ,, ,1,.,, 33l Carter, jean lllallasj , ,H308 448 Carter. l.ona Nlae qllallasj . , , ,,,, 355 Carter. l'atsv Nlarie clloustonj ,,,, . ...H308 Casey. Dorelha Faye fColemanj ,, ,,3l8 456 Cason. Pauline lflainesvillej ,, .. ,,,, 356 Castles. I,utia .Xnn qlforl Xyorlhj , 'ff--.356 Caslloo. Benny qalineolaj . , ,,,, , . 204 206 Cate. Mildred .Xnn qVan .XlSlYllCj ,, ,,,, .318 Cates. Tommy I.ee qllallawl ,,,, ,, ,,,367 Caton. XYilliam ljaeksonyillej ,,, .,.,,,4lS CLIIICTIUII. jaynet Mmarilloj ,,, , ,, , ,356-4811 Candle, l'at qllallingerl ff 7 -K-. 309-386-448 Cauthern. jo .Xnn fklissionj ,,,,,, ,,,33l--l'l8-488 492 Cayer. Ralph Mtlantaj , , ,1,,,1,, , , ,,,,,,,,,356 Chadwick. Nanty I.ort-ne lCenterj , ,,,32l--154--156-458 Chalmers. Bill D. qWaxahathiej ,, ,,, ,,,,,, 356 Chamhless. I.. Charley lllorgerj ,, , ,,, , ,,,,lS7 356 Channaully. lllllfllllilfi B. fllrand I,l'1llllCj ,, ,,,, .278 Chapman. Charles H. 4l'elroliaj , ,, , 299 fflhljllllllll. liddie flaltoj ,,,,,,,,, ,,32l Chapman. Nelson flvClllllCliliHl'llj ,, ,,.267 Chapman. 0. B.. CI.ewisyillej ,I f-356 Chapman. Wanda f'I'altoy y A , ,,,,33-l Chappell. Ben .L fBowiej , 1,,, , ,, ,, 261 -10-1 Charlton, Patsy Mlidlandj , 261--ll6-419-426-472 Cheek. Mary flnngviewj ,,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,, , ,,.,,26l Chenault, lit-nneth flfort W'orlhj ,,,44-l Chester. Bohhy qllowiej ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,356 Chidxey. Barhara D. rlierrvillej , ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,334 Chiltutt. lVayman XV. fW'ealherfordj , ,,.,, 299-458 Childers, Nlarvin tlowa l'arkj W,,3l'l9-437-444 Childress. Belly fllallasy ,,,,, , ,,,.,,l50 Childress. Don rHaskell, Oklaj ,, ,,,,,,l59 Cliilew, I'-loyd Hloffatj , , ,,, V, ,WWQQO-458 fllllSlll. Olin rlirump ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 356 Chitwood. Dorothy Marie 1Beaumontj , ,,,,3l8-456 Choate, Doug I.. KSan .Xngeloj ,,,,, ,,,,27S-399 Cristian. .Xya fliilgorej , ,,, ,,,,356-458 Chrietian. Barbara fI.ongyiewj ,,, ,,,,, 285 Christian. Bohhie Ruth lliraj ,,, ,,,,,, 309 Christian, Katherine fVeraj ,,, ,,,,33-1-458 Christian. Mary .Xnna Kllallasj ,, ,,,,285-47-I Christian. Nan rDentonj ,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 34 Christian. Nancy Kllecaturl ,H .,..,, 309 Chruch. Gerry KI-'lintp ,,,, ,,,, 152--103 Cichon. C. j. fFort W'orthj ,. ,,.,,42l -190 Clark. Bill R. KDentonj ,,,, ,,,, ,173 Clark. Boh fCenterj ,,,,, ,,,4l8 Clark. Charlie Ularshallj ,, ,, ,,,,, .,,fl56 Clark. George .Xnn fRosehudy ,,,, ,,, ,,,, ,,,,, fl Clark. Margie Marshall flfort Worthy ,,, ,,,,,,456 Clark. Raymond Mlemphisj ,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,l87-356 Clarke. Bohhie jean Kliylerj g ,,, ,,,,, , ,, , ,,, , ,,,,309-458 Clarke, Helen B. fIVichita Ifallsj ,,30fl-4l6-426-437-448--158-467 Clay. .Xlhert .Xustin KDallasj ,,, , ,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,, 285 Clay. Betty I.ou rNew Boslonj .... ,,, 309--HH-A158-478-495 Clay. Xlary .Xlite fNew Bostonj , ,,,,, 309-A1918-458--178 Clay. Syhil .Xnn fI'ort .Xrthurj ,,,,,,, ,.. ,,, ,,,,l53-329 Clayton, Rosemary KSan Diego. Calif.j ,,, .,...v 356 Clearman, Vonie jean fDentonj ,,,,, , ,,-356 Clements. Kay fljlainviewj ,,, .... 356-456-480 Clement. jack qDallasj tt,, tt,.t,Y..V 3 35 Clemmons, l'at qDallasj , ....t.. ...,,,.,.,,..,,Y,,, 3 67 Clemons, Barney NI. Clilectraj ,t,t t,,,.,,,t,,,.......,. 2 99 Clendinning. William lllallasj .. .M.., 335-428-452-475-490 495 Click. Peggy lklouwlonj ,- ...... ,,,,,,,.,,,,-326-377 478 Cline. junelle fflelingj ,.,,t, , t..,A. 307 -HS Clotiaux. lfreddie fBeaumontj ,,, ....t ..., I 73-177 489 Clune. lXIallher Patrick. jr. Qlfalmensj ,, , ...,.,,,t 335 Cohh, jatk Coffman fl'ort Arkansasj ,, ,,,,'26l Cohle. Peggy fNlansl'ieldj ....t,,.,, ,, .,,, 335 Cohnrn. Beth lXVC2llllCI'l.UlillD ,, ,,,.356 Cockerell, Inez fllenlonj .... .. ,,,-335 Coder. Beverly fFort Wlorthj ,, ,,,,309 Cody. Billy jean fDallas Q ,... e,,, , 335 Cody, Robert O. qlloustonj ,,,, ,,,eA.,e 326-434 Coe. Nlary Katherine fK0llIlIlCj ,, ........., 318-469 Coffee. Virginia flfort Worthj ,,,, ,,,, I 02-228-299 380 Coger, Henry IC. fWithila Pallsj .., ...,..,..,., 204 Cogswell. Yvonne fliddyj ee,,,e, ,,,3l8-456 Colhurn, jean fCameronj ,,, ,--,309 Cole. Betty fhluenslerj e.eee 33,, 3 35 Cole. Charles fl'ilol Pointj , .,,, 7,,w I 87 Cole. liva Louise flfort Wlorlhj ,,, ,,,,299 Cole. Loretta CDallasj ,,, e,,.e. ,- ,.., ,356 Coleman. Bruce fllallasj ,, fff26l-413 Coleman, june fllenlonj ,,,,, ,.,. 335 Coleman, Mona fllallasj eeee, , ,,,,356 Coleman. Wanda I.ee fllentonj ,,, , ,.,,,,,,,,,, 318 Coley, Verna fBrysonj ..,,ee,,,e ,,, 285-458-462-468 Colley. Doris jean lHendersonj ,., ,,,.335-470-486 Collins, Clarente fkoanokej ,, ,,3,,.e,, 309 Collins. james fkngletonj ,,,,, ,,,299-458 Comhesl. Donald .Xlvin fCelinaj , ,,,,335 Comhest. Kenneth QCL-linaj ,,,, ,, -,,.335 Comhs, jamie fl'ilol Pointj ,e,, ,,,, ,,,,389 Compton. Henry .X.. jr. fShermanj , , ,.,,.,, .. 299 Compton, joan flforl Worthy ,,,,,, fff, 267-447-45l Conees. I.arry fl'axadenaj ,,, ,,,,. 190-412 Condrey. Bert fFairhanksj ,frr ,,,,43S Connell, Melvin flfort Worthy ,, ,.., 335 Connell. Wlilma fSan .Xntoniop ,, -f., -356 Conrad. joe 6San .Xntonioj ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,205-207 Conway, Glen I. fRyan, Okla.j ,, ,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 99 Cook. Betty jane lGrand Prairiej ,, ,,,307--ll6-426--148-478 Cook. Iidward D. fflainesvillej ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,335 Cook,jean 4Corsitanaj ,,,,,,, , ,.., 267 Cook, Leon qBrownshoroj ,, --vrnrf 237 Cook, Narrell fQuanahj , -7-384-462 Cook. Nelda jo 4Tiogaj .,,,,,,, - ,,,., ,,.. I 335 Cook. Norma june fflainesvillej ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,fZ85 Cooper. james Erwin, III fWaxachachiej ,,, ,,.., 356 Cooper. Norma CTuliaj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,356-480 Cooper. 'lihomas fDallasj ,,,,,, ,, ,,.,, 356 Copeland. Betty fCollege Station, ,,, ,,,,377 Copeland. Frances fCollege Stationj ,, ,,,,,,, 356 Copeland. james Eugene. jr. fDallasj ,, ,,,309-411 Copenliaverx Bob CCrand Salinej ,-- ....,.,.,,,, 476 Copp. Buster fjustinj ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,. , ,..... 446 Corhet. Anna Lee Cl'ort Arthurl ,,, ., 309-424-448-469 Corbett. Pat fHerelortlj ..,..... ,,...... 3 56-430 Corbin. jean fDentonj ,,,, ,,,,, ---318-455 Corkins. Barbara CPort .Xrtliurj , ,,,l58-377 Corley. Iflodellen fNoconaj ,,,,, ..fw -356 Corley, George qWinnshoroj ,,,,,, ,,,. 2 99 Corley, john Rohert flfort Worthy ,,, ,33335 Cothran. Betty Warisj ,,,,,,,,,... f--- V 309 Couch. jane fGreenvillej ,,,-, ,,, Y.Y.. -335-482 Couch. jean ffireenvillej ,,,,,,,.,,,, W, . .... 335-447-453 Coulston, William jay III CLant'asterj --, 3- ,,.,,,. .350 Coulter. William 'lf fLake Dallasj ,,,.,....,Y3,,3.. ...H299-458 Coursey, Herhert I". fOvertonj ,,,,,,,,,...f,,3,,,.... l52-355 Courts. Beverly Olissionj ,,,,, ,,,,231-2157-455-486-491492 Covington. fSan Angelol , ....-.YYYY...----Pv- 153 Cowan. Ann II'lainyiewj ,,, ,... v.-f 3 56-448-456-480 Cowan. Betty CFleCtraj ,, ....-.---f7 f 335 Cowan, Marjorie CDentonj ,, Cowan. Maurene flienrpnerj ,, Co w Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox ard. Noel 1Waxacbacbiej ,, Ben M. 1cilllllC8XlllCj ,,, Catherine 1Olnevj ,,, Iweeta CCarrettj ..,,,.. jo Anne fPort .Xrthurj ,, jov 1I'l11l'l XVorth1 ,,o, . Laclelle 1Clarendonj , Cox Lucky 1Dentonj ,, , Cox, Lucius L.. jr. 1Dentonj ,, Cox Marggie 1Bellevuej .,, Cox, Vera 1Crand Prairiej o,.o Crabtree. Donald B. 1Dallas1 ,, Crafts. Carolvn .,,,, ,,,,,d., Craig, Barbara .Xnn 1Dallas1 ,,, Craig. Dewev 1l'arisj ,,,,e,,e Crain. Phvllis 1Wichita Fallsj ,, Cralle. Robert 1Dallasj ,,,,.,, Crane. Bill cl exarlsanaj ,. ,,,, Crank. Doris joan flexarkanaj ,, Crannell, Barbara 1Dallasj ,, ,,,, Crannell. L. M. 1Dallasj ,,o. ,, Cravens. H. L.. 1Brownwooclj Crawford. .Xl 1BC1lllID11lllj . ,,,C, . Crawford. .Xrlette flierensj , Crawford.jewel 1Rockwellj .,,, Crawford. Robert Clfort lVortbj ,, ,,, Crenwelge. Richard C. CHawkinsj ,, Crews. Betty 1l'ittsburgj ,,,,,,,, Crider. Bettve 1Hebronj ,, Crisler, Claclvs .,,,,, , ,, Crofts. Carolyn 1Ciscoj e.,, , Crolev. Marion 1CiillllCI'j ,,, ,,,, ,, Crook. Marilvnn 1YVeatherforcl1 Crooin. Bonnie 1Monahansj ,,,,, Crosby. Nancv' 1Dallasj ,o,, ,,, Crow. jinnnie 1Dallas1 ,,e, ,,,, Crow. Kenneth lvveatlrerforclj ,,, Crow. Marv jean 1Dallasj ,,,, Crowe. jini li. 1Houstonj ,,, Crowe. june 1Braclvj ,,. , Cruden. Herbert ,,.,e - ,,, ,,,o , Crunipton, Alva Nell qfirabanrj ,, Cruse, Ervin D. 1lfort Worthj ,,, Cruse. LaDonna 1Beaunrontj ,, Cuff, Cvnthia 1Denisonj ,,,,, Cullev. 'lerrv 1Claclewaterj ,,, Culwell. juclv qWea1herforcl1 ,, Cummins, j. XV. flraanj ,,,.,,. Cummings. Rose Ann cfllnevj ,,,, 97-262- Cunimings. xvlllllllll j. 1.Xlvaraclo1 Cunipton. jerrv 1fil'llll3llllj ,,,,, Cundiff. Virginia 1Denton1 ,,,, Cunningham. Texas 1l'errvton1 , Cunningham. Tinker 1Denton1 ,. Cunningham. Trov qCainesv'illej . Curington. Paul XV. qCorsicana1 Curran. Ed 1Corpus Christij ,, Currens, jo.-Xnn 1Dallasj ,,,, Currie. Ola Lee Cllort .Xrthurj ,, Currv. Bill 1Freerj ,,,, ,,,,,, Currv. Ed 1Dallasj ,, Currv. Marv K. ,,,,, .,,,. ,. Currv. Mildred 1Rovaltvj ,,,, Currv. YV. B. 1l'iTCE'l'j ,,,,,, ,,, Curtinger. j. Dallas tBoliv'arj ,,, Curtis. Carole 1Dentonj ,,,, , , Curtis. Dixie 1Dentonj ,,,,,,,, ,, Curtis. Patsv Ruth 1Crand Prairiej Curtis Cushall. Oscar H. fGrahanv1 ,,, Cvpert. Rose Elaine qlvhitnevj ,,, ll Dabney. Edwin 1Granlmryj ,,,,, Dague. Paul David 1Dallas1 ,, .Virginia fTrovj ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, ,.,28a- 437 ,,,,32l ,,,,356 . , , 267 ,,,356 456 ,, ,,3fi5 428 ,,,.268-441 469 ,,,,,,,,,l53 335 ,,,,3119-455-4811 492 ,,,,, ., ,,.,4U4 ,.,,,237 ,,356 448 .,,.,,356 , ., l88 ,,, . ,,,,,476 . ,,,, ,. ..,3119-448 ,,,267-411171-425 451 .225-3fi5-379-44l 477 ,,,,, ,,. ,,,,,335 . ,. 262-393 446 .. 237 462 . ,335 428 21715 206 .,...,.237 268 469 ,,,268-334 478 . , 335 ,,,268 ,, 278 ,,, ,,. .336 , 262-425-451 478 ,,, ,, 458 l59 ,,,,l59 . ,,268 , ,,,299 225 356 ,,, , 356 . , ,l68 3515 ,l59 356 , ,335 451 ,268 41111 ,,, 262 , , , 299 . 3354428 468 . ,,,, . 335 ,,. 285 ,,,.,357 ,, .,,,299 .. ,, 31,19 3811 ,,,,, ,,,,,, 335 382-388-462-464 478 , ., ,,,,,,,356 , IS7 356 ,, ,,,,442 ,,,,,33o ., ,329 386 .,,, 356 444 .. . . ,,,, 279 , 3117-445-488 , , 3115 ,, -QU- 336-428- ng- 262 -419. ,,,356- 1--l1r4--4'w8- 486 432 4114 391 437 472 285 357 356 484 437 482 268 , s 336 336 336 Dale. Robert 1McKinnev1 , ,,,,,,, ., 268 Dalv. .Xbigale 1l'hiladelpbia. l'a.1 ,,, .,,,, 432 Damon. james 1Cravvlorcl1 ,,, ,,,, 299444 Daniel. Clavton rlvaxaliachic-1 ,, , 337 Daniel. Illa 1Dc-ntonp ,,,,,, , 448 4.38 Daniel. Mildred 18tnitblielcl1 ,,. , 32l-433 456 Daniel. Nana 1SllCl'lll2lllj ,,,,. ,,,,l52-357 4-48 Daniels. jack 1Victoriaj ,,,,,,, ,. .. 336 392 Danies. Diclvev rlrvingy ,,,,,,,,. 3717 Dansbv. Dorothv 1Yallev Millsj ., 318 Darden. Valrie 1l'ort .Xrthurj , ,,, , 336 469 Darnell, Donna Marie 1Dallasj , ,,,. . 357 Darnell. lvilliain Reid flvaxachachiej 379418 Darwin. Bettv .Xnne 1Wl1itewriglrt1 , 299-417-426 Daugheitv, Dorotllv 1lilllllllgL'l'j 336-492 484 Daughertv. lirvvin fliilgorej ,,., . 159 Daughetv. Beltv 1l.lllLlCllj ,,. . , , 337 Daughetv. jewel 1Lindenj , ,,.262-41111-4I6-4211-421-422 4911 Dauritv. jinnuie ffiainesvillej ,,, . ,,, ,, 3717-467 Davenport. Sara rlvlerj ,,,,, . 3119-379 David. Harold 1Martj ,, . , ,,,, , l72 489 Davidson. l.aYerne 1Dentonj ,,,,,, , 285 384 Davidson. Martha Ann 1Catesvillej l2l-28:3 478 Davidson. Nancv 18hreveport. Lag ,, .2 22 ,,,357 Davidson, Neil 1Beaun1ont1 ,,,,,., . 329 41111 Davie. jo 1Crand Prairiej . ,,,357 Davis. Belle 1Dallas1 ,,, 338 Davis. Bill 1.Xrgvle1 ,,.,,-, . 446 Davis, Bob 1Crandv'iew1 ,, -H .262 486 Davis. C. Dean 1Denlonj , ,,,,, 225-357 464 Davis. Charles liclward 1l.lIl1lCIlj ,,, 2-.357 Davis. Doris jean 1McKinnevj ,,, 357 456 Davis, Dorothv' 1Slatonj ,,,, ,.,299 Davis. Ceorge M. flforl lvorthj ,,, ., 237 Davis. Clvnn 1Cantonj ,,,,,,,,,, .,,336 Davis. Honor 1Dawsonj ., 357 Davis. Ivan qllobbs, X. M.1 ., 336 435 Davis, jack qDallasj ,,. 4118 Davis. jim q8c-minolej . N ,. 3119-417-426 Davis. joanna 1NIClllj1lll8j ,,, , 357-462 4811 Davis. joe Donald 1Cainc-svillej , . 336 Davis. john l.. 1l,11lllClLlj ,,,,, 225-3119-41111 Davis, josepbine 1Lomc-taj . ,, . , .. 3119 Davis. Lorena Xnn 1Bellevuej ,, ,. 3119-428-448 Davis. Louise 1Dentonj .,,, 386 Davis, Lucian 18acller1 .,,.,,, 4- 336 Davis. Marv li. 1Sll6lilll1lllj ,,,,, , 357-428 Davis. Marv Louise 1jc-rmvnj ,,,,, 336-468 Davis. Monte Hill 1Nacbogdoches1 336384 Davis. Rov' 1'8lick1 1Dallas1 ,,,,, 285-4114 Davis. Russell cHouslonj 7 f 357 Davis. Sannnie jo qllallasj f W , 285-437-478 Davis. 'Ihonras li. 1Mc-riclianj ,,. ,336 Davis. lonnnie E. Qfilaclewaterj ,, ,357 Davis. lvillie Cene 18j1aretilierg1 3119 Daws. lvillianr l-1. Uvooclsonj ,, 336-3911 Dawson. john H. 1Noconaj ., , . , ,31111 Dav. Billv joe 1lYeslacoj 286-488 Dav. Paneil qllastlanclj ,,,, 357 Dav. janiee 1Dallas1 ,, . .2357 Dav. joe 1Denton1 ,, ,,,474 Dav. jov 1Dentonj .. ,,31'111 Dean. Barbara Dell Wenusj ,, 2,336 Dean, Dick 1SllCl'lD2lllj ,,,, , ,.399 Dean. Louise 1Longview1 ,, 31.121482 Dean. Lura 1Denton5 ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,, , C475 Dean. jack 1Crancl Prairiej ,,,, ,,,,,, , 188 357 Dearen. I-'rankie Lee 1Coloraclo Citvy , ,,,,, ,, . 153 De.-Xrniond. Katie 1NlClxlllDL'Nj ,,,,,, 386-417--424-426 448 Deatherage. Lewis flvaxahachiej ,,, ,, ,,,,, , ,, ,262 Deaton. Rex 1Henclersonj , ,,,,,, . ,268 4711 Deaver. Delnia 1B11Xv'lL'j , ...,,,337 Deborde. Doris 1LIlllCLlSlCI'j , ,,,336 486 DeBouv. Lorain 1Galv'estonj ., ,, ,,,,, , W13119 Deeb. Nancv 1fil'2lllIllllj ,,,,,, 286-417-426-437-458 Dees. Eddie 1l7ort lVorthj ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,357 Dees. Edvvina Elaine 1Mesquitej ,, ,,,357 505 506 DCkl111UI1.1'lUl'CSl 1.Xustin5 ----- --------- De Ifortl. Horace 1D11llasy in JJ ---l73-l78- Deger. Joe 1Sl1l1I111'0LiliJ .----. ----- ---,336 Dei-ioxguuii. Lfnraline 11"ort 1X'orthJ -- ------ Delt-Rosa. Nlanuel 151111 Diegoj --,.- ,.,. 159 Dell, BellN 11'iorl 1YorIlrJ - .- -.- ----- Dell, Uran ,------- ,- ----- lJe1.ong. Robert 113g1llasJ --H -- ,,,, 188 lJCll1l1l'L'NI. Ralph qlfort Worthy ---- , ------- -, -- Denrpsey. Bonnie 1Big Springj ------- .. 300-417-423 Dcnrlv. Peggy 1DClllUI1J , - 99-262-383-426-431-462-464 Denning. Janres 1Bryson1 ---, ,----465 Dennis, Dale 1C9aines1illej --- -- ,-- Dennis. Janice 11YlrilesboroJ -- Densman. Barbara 1Nl4Gregorj -----, , Dcrmlen. Irene 1lforrestonj -. - .- ., -. - .-- - ------ DeYanex. George 'lhornas 11-alxe Creekj 1111 237-395-420-421 Dihben. .Xlice 1Denton1 - - -,- - - - . -416 Dihben. Philip 11JL'11l0I1J ----417 Dihble. Parkes liachnan 11311112185 - --286 Dials. Clarence R. liialveslonj -- H268 Dickerson. Norman 113l1llllSJ ------- 1111 456- Dickinson. J. D. qlft. Worthy ------- -----. Diclxrnan. 1Yillianr Davitl 1DallasJ --- ---- Diellc. Ciuslava 152111 Anlonioj 1111 1111 Dill. Oran Bufortl Clexarkanaj -- --- Dillarcl. Margaret UViclrita Ifallsj -- ---- Dillarfl. 'lerl 1TylerJ 11111.111111 ---- Dillon, Billye Faye 1Whilewrightj --- ---- Dixon. liclwarcl 1N1t. Pleasantj --- --279 Dixon, Harry qklounl Plcasanlb --- ------- Dixon. Roger 1511. Pleasanlj 1111 ----300 Dixon. Ruth A. qHoustonj --- ---- Dobbs. Jack fklarshallj 11111 ---- Dockery, Noel 1X-'ernonj ------- -------,- Dotlcl. Mary Lee flexarkanaj -- ----------- Dotlcls. Bettye Jane 1Decaturj -- 4-286-437- Dotltls. Ray 113lCCl4CI'll'1LlgCJ ------ ------- Doclgen. Durwarcl F. 1WinnsboroJ -- -- Donlson. Duclley Qklonahansj ----- -- -- Dotlson, Dwight 1Decaturj ---- - - -- 446 -189 31811 358 357 357 415 357 3.18 482 478 408 358 3119 262 31111 4911 475 475 41111 4911 41515 475 358 358 286 336 358 358 390 3051 390 3011 391 4 ,- 5118 330 458 173 268 31111 445 Dorlson. Jack H. QX'an1 ----- - --. -268 Doclson, Jim fDallasj - ----- ----- -----268 Donalclson. Fremltlie 1C-lanatlianj -- --- -358--180 Donoho. lixa 1-ou fltascay ------- ---,358 Dorman, Horner 1l'ilol Pointj -- ,--237 Dorroh. Cl. D. rllallasj --I--. ------ ---- - ---- 1 471 Dortth. Wayne 1Dallasj -- -- ---336-428-473 L . Doss. Cl. B. ffllarksvillej - ----- ----268 Dosser, Palsy .Xnn 1DallasJ -----. -424 336 Dougherty. Norma Lee Cllallasj rw ----152 Douglas.C1lark lfretl 1Dallasj ------- -------- - ------------ 358 Downing. Bert Hlerrerlesj - ---- - -------------- ------,,-,336 Downing. Jan flraanj - ,,,,,,,, 101-226-300-416-426-431-447-458 Doyle. 'lethly Joe fllentonj ,------- ,YYY,Y,s,,Y,Y,YY,,,,,Y -310 Drake. 311111111111 B. flfort 1VorlhJ --- ---286-411-418 Drennan. Billie 18tc-plrenvillej -- --------300 Dresing. .Xnn fflolernanj ------- --- 358 Drew. Kirk Cliallasj -- ----173-178-489 Dreyer, A. H., Jr. 1Weslacoj .2 310-488 Drunrwriglit. Charles 1Bryanj 268-442-451 Dubberly. Bobby Klelinap -------. --------336 Du Bois. Kenneth ffiainesvillej 400 Dubose. Cilillortl lirvin 11.Llflx1llJ -- 300-397 Duclley, Jackie fliorgerj ---- ----- --- ,-358-453 Duclley. Joan 1l'lanoj --- iiiii ---279-437-458 Duffey. Charles flhharnj ----- W ------172 Duftey, Helen Klforl XvOI'lllJ -- - 268-490 Duke. Joe 1.Xlvinp -- --3215 Duke. Phyllis Mlvinj ----- --- --- ---358 Duke, XV1ll112l rliallingerj , ,, ,--,,----- - ,,,, 153-358 Duncan, Carl Haclclen Olciiregorj --- ,,,, 424-428 Duncan. Flora B. Kliilgorep ,A,i,i ---- Duncan. Harold 1Dallas1 iiii, ,,,, Duncan. Jack 1Dentonj ,,,,, , Y--Y-A 472 358 474 Dungan. Joe Lester Kflelinay -- v,-, 279--473 Dunlop, Jack CFort Wforthj --- Dunn. Dorothy fShernianj -- ----- D unn. Durham, Betty Jean QShreveport. Durham, Floyd fFort Wlorthj -- Virginia Qlforestburgj ,.-,e,,,,.,, La.j Durham, Garland fflanarlianj --- Durham, Norman N. fliastlantlj Dutto n. Faye 1Dcn tonj .A,.,,e,, Duvall. Doris f1'easlerj ---- Duval l. Glen fLewisvillej - Duwe, Gerald 1LewisvilleJ -- Dyer, Dyer. Dyess, Bob 11.1011161215 ,,,, Sam, Jr. fl-,OIHCIZIJ --- Jean Q11VaXahachiej --- Dyson, 'llonnny 1Mexiaj --- --- Q ----455-486 ------358 ----336-482 --------- 358 266-464-466 -------396 237 -404-421-458-490 22-2-22---------358 ----310-458 --------358 ----. .,,. -336 ----300-400-465 ------300- -- 123 125-389-399-4-10 400 458 484 279 358 486 434 468 336 484 124 336 444 462 358 279 310 279 336 489 408 358 358 194 446 237 310 358 279 468 158 422 407 358 358 310 358 238 358 456 358 358 328 336 358 358 358 358 279 152 482 453 484 458 471 liager, Patti 1Starnfordj 3,,,,.3, - ,,,ee,, - lzagle, Robert 1Forl 1'Vorthj ,,,,,, ---- .-,,. ---- liarney. lX'1ichacl fBreckcnritlgc-J --- ---268-407-46+ lnason. George fCorsieanaj ,,,,,, ,,,e,,,e,, , lzatherly. XN'illia1n qlirysonj --- --279- litlrols. Georgia 4OlneyJ ---- ----- ,e,,, ------- Echols, Marian fFort Wlorllij -- ----123-336-384-428 licortl. Bruce 1121 Pasoj .,,,,, --- ,,.ee,eeeeee -- liclen. Johnny 1Eulessj --- ee,,.. ----- liclen. Larry 1Klillfl1121I1J ---- -------- - 358 lfitlf-rar. Joyce Marie 1Alicej -- ---262-380-45L litlnronson. Bob fClarksvilleJ -- ---------- --- litlwarcl, John QSnyclerj ---- --- ----- liclwartls. Bettye qlferrisj --------- ---- - Edwards, Bill ffirahanij ------------ ------- --------- ---- Eclwartls, Delores Ann 1SweetwaterJ --------------- -- ----- - liclwartls. Don 1PhillipsJ -------- - ----- 198-199-310-408-480 lidwartls, John C. fSnytlerJ --- -------------- ----- lirlwartls. Joyce 1An1arilloj --- ----- liclwarcls. Suzanne 1Dallasj ----- -- ------ -- lialwarcls. 'loin fFort W'orthj ----------- ------- 1 90- llggleston. Thurston QRipj 1Otlessaj -- ----225-310 Ekrlale. Patricia 1Bur1ingtonj ----- -.--158 Elder, Amos fflliftonj ----- ---- ------ lilclrccl, Billy QNoconaj ----- ------------- ----- - -- liltlritlge. Robert H. qSpringl'ieltl. Ohioj --------- liller. Charles 1BrysonJ -- ------------------------ 310-465- Elliotl. Paul fVernonj ----- . - ---- ---- ------ ------- lillis. E. 1ThorntonJ -- ---- 101-119-224-279-400 Ellis. Johnny QPanharu'llej --- --------------- 336- lillis. Norman Dean qDallasj --- ---- 225- Ellis, Richard fMarshallj ----- ---- Ellis. Rose Ann CC1han1llerj --- ---- lily. Patricia fSwectwaterj ----- ----- 1'1111l1l'y..xIl1y Morrison 1Denisonj -- ----- lirnbry. John. Jr. fSweetwaterj --- ------ Embry, Naomi Qiiainesvillej -- ---- 433- Iinas, Carolyn 1Fort VVorthj ---- - ---- - hlnclicott, Marlene flfort W'orthj --- ------ linglish, Alvin B., Jr. Qlioustonj -- ---- 159- linglish, Joyce 1Houstonj ------- ---- linglisli. Norman 11-amesaj -- ---- 1inis.Marlha f8angerj -- ---- , ---- Epps, Davis O. 1DallasJ --- ---- ---- lirclniann. Glatlyce Qllallasj --- ---- lirickson. 'lthihnan li. qflliftonj -------- listes. Bill fklonohansj ------- --------- 1istes,Jeanelle QBOl1l'l21l11J -- -., --.- 300-423- Estcs, Lila Jane QFort Worthy -- ---------- 358- Etter. Cathy fSl1C1'l112ll1J -------- ---123-268-443 blubanks, Maxine QMcAllenJ - ----- - --------- --300- liuclaly, Harold. Jr. 1Granrlfallsj -- -------------- 358- liuler. Evans Evans Evans livans livans Patty fDallasj ----- ------- .Bill 1'1'urnertownj -- -- . Clester QOlneyj ---- . Corky fOlneyj ----- . Dolores fDallasj ---- . Douglas ff-Xrlingtonj --- Iivans, Jimmy M. QDa1lasJ --- 135-321-381-388 ----279- 433 336 300 408 336 358 404 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X1 111 1 1 1 1 I 1 4 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F 1 1 11 71 11 .M 1 I 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Evans, Johnnie Muriel tLittle1ielclj .,,, 358 Evans, 117. Jim fLittlefielclj ,.....,, ---..336 Evers, Sandra jean 1New Londonj . L- --,. 358 Exum. Nancy 1Wic'lrita Fallsy ,,,,, f,E., - 336 Exe1l.joe fDa1lasj E,E,E,,,,..... ---286-392 f Farias, Berta 1San Benitoj ,.,w.. -- o-.-300-4148 Farkas. Stephen WV. tBridgeportj .- ,.,E,,,,.,E- 326-422 434 Farley, Leroy tbleclerlancll ,,E,,E ----262-407-420-421-409-490 Farmer, Donald fBrenhamj ee Ne. E,A,,e, -.-----4"8-490 Farr. Robert fDallasj .... .----2G8 Farrow, George R. fDa1las1 .,,.,E, ,,...,e 2 79-473 Farrow. Shirley 1Appleton. 1fVisc.j L, ff--2136-455486 Fenley. Kathryn fCiscoj ,-..--,- ,..,, Ew,, , .,,, 2 80 Ferguson, Margie LaRene Mrlingtony We Leo . .,,, 310 450 Ferguson. John 1Fort VVorthj ,v,. ee, , e,e,e,,.. . H358 Ferguson, Patricia Ann lMcLeanj e ,,.,359-448-458-480 Feril, Dovia Alene 1Sidneyj ,... . ,,,.. ..,3lH-433 Felker. Virginia Lee Cillarksvillej , .- ,r,,, 318 Ferrell, George fDallasj ,e,e .U L--1l8-336-408 Field. Alice Louise flwexas Gityj ,V ,-,l:i9 320 439 Field, Margaret Joan tPlainviewj -H -.-3l0-480 Fields. janie fAnnaj .,.,L,,,, oo. ,359 Fifer. Ora Maye tLubbockj H W ,286 Fincher, Bobby CDenton5 ,,,, .. .,,,,,,, ,W 359 Fincher, jefferson Daniel fStephenville1 e- ,L,, 279 Fincher. Katherine jo fllentonj ,LL LLH330 Fincllev. Janelle fHillsboroj .. .,,,,L,,,,,,,ca, .-,,.w-,nnf1ltJ Finnie. jean 1Brysonj .L,, . LL..c 3l0-424-426-448-458-468-478-49l Fisher. Estelle fG1eburnej .. nn., Www, YYY, A3t'1t1.3H4--147 Fisk. 1Vanda tDallasj ,,ccL ,,,e,e,e1353El Fitch. Marvin fGrapeviuej e- U. B379-407 Fitch. Peggy 1Da1lasj ,L ,L,, ., L,..38543t-48-4132 Fitch, Rebecca fMarshallj .em ,L,L ,,,,,,,,425 Fillgerilld. Mary Gwyn fl exarkanaj .- YA,,,,w,, 268 Fitzhugh. Howard qFt. Worthy ,L,, . -...el9N-203-489 Flanagin. Carroll QDentonj e-, ,ou ,465 Fleming. Leon fSweetwaterj M.. H -359 Fleming. Nell fShermanj ..L,L e,,,300 Flemins. Patricia qStamforcly ,ML ,cce eeeee f 3345 Flemister. Barbara 1McKinneyj W w,,,,W,4-, W4-ll Flemister. Margaret fMcKinneyp e- M208-4143-4215--178 Fletcher, Roma fMexiaj ,,..,,.,.,,, gfffff WH 93345 Flewelling. Ellen fGanadiany W 7 ,Yf,Y, WUVH,Wj57fl Flowers, jane 1Vernonj nec. ,L,230-300-383-448-478 Flowers. lvlalcla fciainesvillej o .Meer ,Y,,gY311l1.-1-I8 Floyd. Margaret fMexiaj ---L or ,300 Floyd, Nelda fMarsha1lj ,,,,,, -. 7 W3t1tl.4-lx Flynn, .-Xnn qChillicothej .. ,eL,LH ,,,,3f143..14x Foltz, Donna Faye flexarkanaj eo.- M2158-458 Forbes. Alice 1Dallasj ee--. L,,,, , 1-559 Ford. Edsel D. fllentonj B -W 310 Ford. Gene fDayton5 .. ,LL,,- . 158-159 Ford. Hilory B. qalercuryj -c L3004395 Fore. Peggy fyXtilJrc-yy ee--- .359 Forrest, jerry f1'Vaxahachiej e. . R310 Foretner. Beth tHillsboroj --- ,.,3ls-156--176 Foster. Billy Glenn fflantonj W ,HDIZS7-411 Foster. Kenneth fFort 1Vorthj We , 444 Foster, Lonnie fMarshallj ,,.,a,L . H279 391 Fouts, 'l heron lr. tllentonj L., -238-412 474 Fowler. Gene fDallasj ,,,,,,,, M, Q86-111.1 Fowler. klo.'Xnn CMonahansj N 359 Fowler, Kyle 1Angletonj ,c,,,, Hn , ,,!, 337 Fowler, Pat Mngletony ,.,,,, -,.,l9H-201 395 489 Fowler. Patricia fYVilbargerj U, ,4,,,e, ,.3Hl5..147 Fowler. Peggy fSeymourj ee -,W337 Fox. Eldon 1Sweetwaterj ,L ,,,,399 Fox, Elizabeth fllallasj ,... ,,.c 4 39 Fox James L,..c,L,,ce,L,,,A,L,.-,A A111359 Fox. Royal D. qTexas Cityj .cLv-..,L hr, 279 Franks, Frankie Lee fCo1orado Cityj ,,c, 153 Fraser. Maurine 1Kei-mitj L,-,-,e,-, We 359 Frazier. Frankie tKerrvillej W- .,,, 442 Frazier. Shirley qEastlandj Y-- ML379 Fredrickson, Made U. rGalxestony c Freeman. Bob lllasadenaj ,L..,. -262-N116 175 Freeman. Darrell fllallasj N. Le... . 212 Freeman. Earlyne 1Dallasp L .. ,. Freeman. john Olaysfielclj - - 238 Frensley. Nevillia 1Dallasj . 359.452 Frenfel. Robert A. tDallasj Frerichs. Margaret .LL ..,. .. Frey. Joe ilaynes t1'Vacoj . 337 395 Friedsam, Reva tllentony . .. L ,L Frost, Frances 11vL'il11lCl'f0l't11 ,.,. ., Fruge. Lloyd i'Port Nechesj .. 310-392 Fuller. Harold R. fliulessy ..- 337128 Fuller, blames fliulessj ,,,L,, . . Fullerton. Max 1."X1l11C11L'1 . - , 158 Fullerton. Richard tHoustonj , Fulton. M. 1Dal1asj ,-.. Fulton. Quince UVellingtonb - .. . Fulton, 'Forniny 1Dentonl .. ,202--117 126 Funderhurk, Dee lGrancl Salinej eo. , . Funderburk, Mitchell KGautonj .. , .. Funston. Dean G. rWichita Fallsj .. 279-389 9 Gachter, Glvde cGrahamj .Le , Gager. .Nun 1Houstonj W e.- .. .- ,,,,L ..-. ..- - Gagnarcl. Frank lKerrvillej , B,122-128-389-408'-115 140 Gaines, Robert lMundayJ - W- . .. .. - .. Gallagher.james I.. 1Breckenriclgej ee ne. .. . Gallagher. 'lom L. llfort Worthy .- . Galloway. .Xnn iMescluitep -. L- -- --.ill 116 1215 133 Galloway. Laddie f1Vichita Fallsj ..-- W-.. -- .-. Galloway, Patsv Ann fwicliita Fallsj ..-L - 310 Gambel. liclward L. fMemphis, Fc-nn.j .- , ., . Gamboa. Garmen 1Ec1iuburgj -- 2 . .H 2-152 3111 Gamel. Bob 1Sweetwaterj .,- e.. - - -- .- Gammage. Colleen qFort Wfortlrj , -. .-..359 Gancly. Bob tDallas1 . ,,L,,g .--- . 173 1714 Gann. Virginia Ellen lHam1inj . .-. -- Gann, W. lr. 1Hainlinj --. .. Ganong. Helen ttlleburnep - - -- Gantt. Ben Ed iPrincetou1 . ..-W2815 Gantt. loc- lack 1Princeton5 , ..-212 Garland. Barbara l'Slic-rinanj .. . .- Garner. Bobby tkmarilloj L e 1911 Garren, Ladell lluinersiilley . e. . . 31111 Garrett. Garlene tlientoub ....--..--- . 279 Garrett. Madeline lLeverc'tt's Chapelj , Garrison. Nelson ll'etrolia'1 -.,., .- - Garritr, .lohnnr tllallasj if H 213 Garza. Osbalclo qlylissionj . 21411 Garla. Yolanda lMissiony .- -. 337 Gaskill. Harland rllallasj L 337 Gaston. Peggy 1Dentony W W ., 337 Gates, tlharles R. iDal1asj e H .. .- Gates, glean .Xileen 1Galyeston1 .. . Gaude. Ann 1I,ongvic-wy WW, -. Gaulclin, Robert I., fX'ernonj . - - 1514 Gearner. Sandy 4Mineo1aj Geisert. Raymond fllallasj ,. 202 Geisteweiclt. Dan fhlasony ,L Genarlsky. Inez llfort Worthy H, Gagnard. Franklin flierrrillej .LL .. Gibbs. Charlotte Chlissionj , , , 337 Gibbs. tlohn A. tllallasj . .L . Gibson. Dick tlfort 1X'ortlrj W ,, Gibson, Ruth .,-,-.-,-..----- -. - Gibson. Donald tlilectraj -.. 300,391 Gilbert. MI. Kent ffiarbonj eo. .- -- Giles. Diane fSan .Xntonioj ,L Giles, Douglas E. lllentonj ,,,,,,,,. -- Giles, Homer. .. r..,.,,L.,. ..--.--e. - -- Gilkison, Mildred Lee fFort 1Vorthj , 152 Gil. Charles fMiamij L..,e,.e. - ...... -- 3611 Gill. Greta fTyler1 ,,.,, . a .101 Gill, james fBrownwoocl1 -- 3111 4195 359 3110 158 1811 3719 153 -17-1 1138 359 -140 f-158 .cr- 331 -135 359 -1411 3011 175 337 1111 107 359 3 37 -184 359 359 359 -1 56 359 379 359 488 359 -184 408 337 300 359 444 337 268 1159 478 377 359 A1114 337 137-1 488 -189 1132 337 359 208 1511 34450 107 286 300 -'iw K . 330 190 262 1:18 396 1-' .100 31511 428 4-12 329 -480 377 279 5 fait.-.-. -1? I ill. O'Gcnc llllllltllidl f ,,,30l-478 lllllllll. lklllflllll lD1lllilSl .Y-.-V3lill llllLlII1.kIlIlIllllL' mllglllusl ,, fff286-4134 illis.Nlg11licl.uix qliilgulcj H , HW ,,,,7,,,2S4i ilstmlw, Rulrcrl lllglllglsj ,, HW, ,g,,l72-489 ist. Xnlulplllls ll., bln: fllml qlhllusj , W, ,268 lgnsguw. Bill lllxlllglsj ,, ,, ,, 7 Y., 3130 lnsguw. Nliliglm lxllglll' l.nmll f,,, 360 Inns. Nlgu-igxn qRmp-lmlull , H-. , 337 lgxsswnlx. l,All'lxCl' Ll rmj ,, 7310-458 lgzwgmlx. Klum qlrmj , 7 ,, 7,,,,,,,flf37--l58 lglfcncr. l'ngz iirguc qlxlcll 2438-T580--L55-478-486 lL'LliUll. lX'illi.1m ll.lKlxSllUlAUb W V --f5lIl-lllll-468 lcmlinning, Qigmrl qXulw1'cN'5 ,,,,,,,,,4,3lill lcnn, .XniI.z llnlllsc llNlL'l'l H, 360 lL'Illl. julm Dglxis fimlxcmlullj H W ,,,, , IMI lynn. Xlguim-ll fU'l'2lll1CI'lul'tlj M279-4152-47f4 -l7l lmcr, llill Mun ,Xngcluj VW ,N in 286 lmcr. lnalx il. 4351111 .Xngclul ,, ,,,, ,,,,, 279 ulwlc. .Xllll 1ll.lSl2lD ,, ,,,,, ,, l 16611--l-18458--1137 mlfrcx. lnwcll Qllurlcsunj , , AYYY, , 337 fvlbrlll. llclorcs fliamglckj W, ,,,, , ,,,7,,,, ,338-428-477 win, Nl.ll'X Xllll QUUIIIUIID ,,,, ,, , W ,WWMIRIRH mncl. Hmmm' Oljuclgl tliugnlil. flulmnlmiu, S..X.j , ,W 338 436 HlllQllL'S. Wulcru ql'ul'l .xflllllfb W ,M W H279-4185? mul. lXlllLlllCllC fSliclL'llj ,,7,,,,,,7 H279-418 mul. 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Rulmcrt Ulkmllc Clilyj , W, ,,,,,,, ,301 zuniltun. I.lll'I'Y fflulvcslolmj , -6-420--l2l4-190 umiltcm, Nancy fSl1Cl'Tll2lllD W ,Mn ,,,,,,,.,, ,361 umm, Hnrlcnsc Clfcrrisj ,,,, .W -.. ....,,,,,, W ,,,,,, 3l0 Zlllllllllilx. Natalie ffhlglclolmj H, WU,IOO-280-431--H7-478 Hammond. Bill , ......,. ----2 Hampton, Blake Lee fDa1lasy -- Hampton, Hope fNaplesy ,,,o, - Hamrick, Graham .-o,,,oA -- Hamricks, Kathleen ,,..,.,. -- Hancock, Terry CGatesvilley --- Hand. Cynthia 1Coppelly ---- Hankins, Joann fBowiey --- Hankins, Lowanda fO1neyy -- Hann. Harmon 1Olneyy ,,,ttttt -- Hanning, 1'Vil1iam M. fCollinsvilley Hanscom, John Francis 1Houstony Hansen, 1Vanda f1'Vac0y .v7,... -.--- Hanson, Lucy Anne flylissiony --- Haralson. Mary Ann fMcKinneyy --, ---- Harber, Teresa QDal1asy -----------. - - Harbey, Richard fSan Angeloy --- Harbison, Betty fLeague Cityy -- 286- --301 - 458- 172 361 447 158 158 -3111 361 478 361 338 - .e.e,,... .138 223-224-238-448 - ,,,,,,,e,,,.,..., 361 329-416-426-432-488 301-416-426-458-478 -----, - --3111 --- --- e,,, 3111 -- ------------338 Harbour, Claude fVernony .,,, ----127-301 440-484 Hardeman. Nita fJustiny ...,.A, . A.,,,ee,,e,l 361 Hardie, Robert E. CFort Worthy --- ------187 Hardin. Billy 1New Londony - ,i,. -.--280-399 Hardin. Robert fDallasy ,,e... .-- - .--- --436 Harding. Ann flfort W-'orthy --- ---142-384 Harclison. Jane flylidlandy - .... --.262-484 Hardwick. Olin A. CMeridiany .-----286 Hardy Bob 1Arpy e.,.,. - ,,e,,e ----280-404 Hardy, Janet Schick CPlainyiewy -- -, -307 377 Hardy. Laut tArpy e,,,,e,,.,, ---238-473 Hardy Owenda Lee 1Dallasy --- ee,,,. 307 Hardy. 'l'. K. 1Rangery ee,,,ee, --- ---------173 Hargroye. Jeanne Norma fDentony - ---318-456-458 Hargrove. Joan tDentony -- ,e,ee,ee, - ee,e.,,,eee,e -361 Hargroye. Richard YV. CPort Arthury .-- .226-238-417-422-426 446-458- 470 Harley, Gene tLongviewy -- ---326-432-4711 Harman, Lyle 1Gruyery ----- ---- - 280 Harmon, Kenneth tTerrelly --- ------361 Harms. Mike 1Burkburnetty --- ----233 361 Harnden, Dawes 'lf 1Bowiey -- ------238 Harnden. Joanna B. 1Noconay -- -.238 Harper. Bennett e,,,,. - ,,,,,, -,--- -, -- 4117 Harper. Joyce tHil1sboroy ---- ,e,, ----318 Harrell, Robert Bruce 1Kilgorey -- , - -----262 Harriss, Billie Jean CHamiltony -- -- -- ,- 262-425 451 Harris, Carolyn fDal1asy e,,.e,eee. e,,, -o,ev,,,A,o - - 361 Harris, Charles Richard Cliastlandy -- 225-301-400-458-491492 Harris. Earl L. qDa11asy -------- CCC, ,----- H,Ao --7329-411 Harris, Gaye fFort1Vorthy ee,e -- -------361 Harris Ivan 1Harroldy ..,.e,,,.. e,-,o,- 2 80-4-15 Harris. Jean Morgan CHendersony ---338-439-470 Harris Joe D. fweatherfordy ,,., ..,v, 2 68-404 Harris Pat 1Corpus Christiy --- ---152-329-452 Harris Paul Rogers fDallasy -- e,e,. 361448 Harris Virginia fDal1asy -...,,,, Yo--,,,, 3 38.492 Harris Virginia fPort Arthury -- . .,., 338-458 469 Harris 1Valter G. fDentony -- ,,A,v,e,C, --428 Harrison. A. N. -..e,,-...e, A-,Y---,,,v, 3 92 474 Harrison. Pat 1Haske11y ..,., .... 1 01-228-301384 Harrison, Robert fliastlancly -- v,-,- -, -,,.-v 263 1-Iarston, LeRoy fGrapeviney -- ,---338 Hart, Barbara fHoustony --- ,o.,,,--,.,, 361 Hart. Joe tINIcKinneyy e,,. -,.-,.,,,-,,- - 301 Hart. Ruby QTi0gay --- --- ----301-4-18-458-478 Harvey, Anita qllentony -,,oo,o-,,M,oo, -- ,oo,--, 4--158 Haryey, Billye Yvonne fSweetwatery --- -----318-433 456 Harvey, Nina QShermany ,,,,..o,,, -- oY,,H-,, ,286 Harvey. Richard 1San Angeloy ,... ---173-178-396 Hatch. Donald James 1Arclmorey -- ---116-158-2211 Hatfield. Barbara qValley Millsy ,o-. -,,-,,, 3 61 Hatfield. Tommy qCleburney ...,.. a,,, 2 63-411 Hattenback, Helena fSan Antonioy --- ,o.o,. -310 Hatter. Bryan fSeymoury ,,,,,---,---- ---- 3 33.396 Hausenfluck, Glenn qFort Worthy ,,.. 263-40-1 Hawk. Bob fBairdy ,o....,,o,..,,-- --w- 2 35.391 Hawkins. Aline QHar1ingeny -- o,,--. 310 Hawkins. Bobbye 1Mt. Calmy - Hawkins, Clyde 11Vhitesboroy - Hawkins. Joe flinnisy e,,,.o,, - .- Hayden, Bobbie 1Wills Pointy - Hayden, Charles fAtlantay ----- Hayes. Joan 1Da11asy ,Ao,a,,a.., - Hayes, Patricia Mae tSan Angeloy Hayes, 'lhomas tGainesvil1ey -----. Haynes. Betty fllenisony .---- -- Haynes. Billy Dwayne ClXIcKinneyy - Haynes, Joe Preston 1'1'ylery - e,,, --- Haynes. Richard li. fRichardsony -- Haynie, Edward 1Brownwoody -- Haynie. Frances 1Roanokey ,,e, Haynie, Harvey 1Ciscoy --------- - Haynie. Josephine Kathryn flilginy ,- Hays. Ann fOlneyy --- Hays, Billy tProspery ,,,o. ------- Hays, Mary .Xnn ttllarksvilley .--,--- Heard, Brooks tllallasy -.---- ,,,,, -- ,,,, --- Heard. Dorothy Ruth fyrcher Cityy Heard. Katy fHearney --------. ----- . Heard. William L. ---------- Hearne, Billy Jean fBryany .-,---- Hearne, Dorothy Loraine fBryany Hebard, Elaine fllentony --22-..--- Hebert. Tommy fBridge Cityy --- Hedgecock. Oneita fDallasy ----- Hedrick. Bobby 1N'ayne ------ Heflin. Leigh 18hermany ------ Heideman. Betty Jo lliulessy -- Heighten. Marjorie fGrahamy ----- Heldberg,1Villie Nlae fHoustony --- Heldt, James fLindeny -- -, - - Helm, Eleanor flredelly --- Helms. Lottie Jo 1Dallasy Helton. H. B. 1Dentony ,- --- Hemby.Jack 1.Xlyaradoy Why-- Hemphill, Nlarilyn tS1iinawy ---- Henderson Bob 1Grand Prairiey -- Henderson Bruce fDallasy ------- Henderson Helen tlilectray - --- Henderson Lola Jo flfort Worthy -- Henderson Lora Lee fliyanty --- Henderson Nlike 1151 Doradoy -- Henderson Nancy Lane tllallasy - Henderson. Robert H. 1-Jacksboroy -- Henderson 11'ayne 1Kamayy Hendley, Barbara fGainesvilley Hendrick. Gene 1McKinnyy .... . Hendricks. Martha fAnnay --- Hendricks. Paul 1Dentony ----- --- Hendrix. Joe fMadisony ------------ Hendrix. Milton David. Jr. 1Da1lasy Hendrix. Nancy fllallasy -- ---------- Heninger. Geraldine fwichita 1211151 Heninger. Ruth Marie Uylichita Fallsy Henley. Barbara fGainesyi1ley --------- Hennessee. Patsy fDubliny ------- Henry. 111111111111 G.. Jr. CGalyestony -- Henslee, Ralph fDallasy .--------- Henson, Dwayne 1Pittsburgy ----- Herkimer. Bonnie May fDal1asy -- Herring. Jerry 1Grahamy - ---- - Herriot. Jimmie fDentony -------- Herry. Patricia fNew ismtmft-151 --- Hersh. Betty Lynneil 1Dentony --- Hesse. Clyde li. fBaytowny ---- - Nlestand, Jack fMcKinneyy ---- - Heywood. Marian flfort 11'orthy -- Hibbitts. Don fCamp 11'oody .--- Hickerson, A1 Olineral Wellsy --- Hickey. Bonnie fJamesy -------.- Hickman, Fred W. qRobert Leey --- Hickman, yylarner fOvertony ---- - Hicks. Joe Neal fHar1ingeny -- 310-448 - - 403-425-451 103-319-416-433 338-377-426-428 - -416 ---199 J. 158-11311- - 286 , -423 21111 2811-377 338 - -.-3111 ,---3111 ,- -321' -. -. 153 3111-3115 - ,---3112 - 2811 -, -321 - -1:33 3111 - - 2811- -4211-437 12:3-21311 ------2113 13:2-263 3112-423 ------1:52 333-3911 - -3211 -447-4515 319-386 ---173 269 280-399 178-198 -452 4 04 3611 31111 338 31111 360 31111 2118 2113 31111 2118 31111 4118 31111 -182 31111 31111 4 811 4511 2113 445 478 477 3811 2118 3111 3911 448 4112 4311 329 411.71 31 11 338 338 4:18 4112 2813 1113 338 3111 4511 455 3111 4118 T192 4:18 310 338 418 407 338 379 384 338 234 482 3211 301 489 302 3111 444 329 478 41 11 418 329 362 411 321 199 470 399 t-. s- D Higdon. 11l1l'lb11l'L1 11301110111 , ,, H111l1to1x'e1', Nlildred l11AlXL1l1l1Ll11Cl 5 Higl1tower.Roherl lylllll ,,,, 111ll1ll1'11.'ll1Kli lflaiuesxillej ,,, , , l'1lltlL'l1lll'LlI1l1, Iohnson l1,es lfresnosj 111lllL'lH1'l111l1. Keith lYer11o111 lliler. leanue l1'1l1l1l1Ll1'lll Hill, .Xllau lllallasj , Hill. 111 111 lllallasj , ,, Hill. Dorothx Nlaxine lxllllltlkllj lflill, Helen 1'll1llllJL'll1 lhllnrerj , Hill. laures Lee. lr. l.X1'l111g1Ul1b Hill. 1.o1s ri-1:11111 511111101 ,,,,,, Hill. N1.1C,lL'L1l1 l1'lUl'111'Ulll1D ,,, ,, , Hill. Nlarjorie lane l1l1ll'lil31l1'l1Clll Hill. llllx lliellerj ,, ,,,,, ., Hill. 11111 ll'ilot l'oi11l1 ,,, Hill, 1111141111 11,1101 I'o111tj ,, . , . Hill, 1i1111111' ll'1lo1 lourtj ,,,, 1-11111111L'l,fl0l11'lll1 lllillshoroj ,, 111111l1lL'l,.IUl11111C llflillslmoroj ,, 1'11l1tl1111l1'l11. jay llleutonj ,, l'1111CS. C Hinlxle. Hinson. Hinson. Hinton. Hipp. 13 hester lN1t'liit1neyj ,, lflorente ll'arisj ,, Clyde ,,,, , ,, ,,,,,,,,,, , jane lllallasl ,,,,,,,,,, ,, llhilla .-X1111 lWl1itewrightj , illy lllowiej ,,,,,,,,, Hiskey, Marion l'1'11'i:1 1"alls, Idahoj Hitch, Nlariorie q'l CX,1l'lslll121D ,,,,, ,, Hitt. Sara 1,11 CWez11l1erlordj ,, Hotker. Hoelier, Hodge. Hodges. john ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, Mary lliroken .Xrrow, Okla .Xrthur f11'2lXlll1i1Ll11CD ,,, Wanda rlrringp ..W,, 171UilgS1ll1.1Yll1l1C llloonsxillej ,, Hoelsther. liugene lRosehudj ,,, I Hoelsther. 1. ul. fRtlSCll11l1D ,,,, Hoelsc her. Rayrnond 'l. lRosehudj Holl. liarlmara lN1c.Xllenj ,,,,,,,, Hflllllllllll. lay llleutonj ,,,,,,,, 1'1Ull111l111, Carolyn f1.2lcQ1'2ll1gCJ -, Hogue, 11101111611 lflonroel ,,,,, Holae. AX nn lllentony ,,,,, ,, Hoke. Betty lfjlillllllllllllj ,,, Holhert. Holconrl Holden. Holder. Holland Holland Holland Holland Holla11d Htlllllllll Holiday. Holliday Hollier. .Xnn lllallasj ,,,,,, 1, Marcia lllentonj , 15111 Mnnaj ,,.,.,,,,, Nora Beth l.xll1llI'1l10l ..., . Carolyn lN1tKinneyj .,,, . Charles B.. lr. ffllarksvillej . George. lr. lfllClJl1l'11Cl ,, Henry li. lliray ,,,, ...,. ,, . 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Mhileney ,,, Hollowa y,11ill llnlawkinsj Holloway, Don lNotonaj , Holloway, Roger llrxingj ,,,,,,.,,,, H011112111, Daxid Newton lGz1ines1illej ,, Holman, Raynrontl fskylllfbllfb ,,, Nlary Nell lHC11llC1'SfJ11, ,, ,,,,fl02--425 1 ,,,,fl1l 2114 -2117-3211 2s11-417-455 l '7'l-9130-f171l -1 ,,,,lSl0 Q20-4214-4311-436 287-3115-47-1 320 3221 ,, , 31 I ,,,, f-162 30" tsq l ,,,,,. .. , , ,,,,, 407 260-425-451 269 362 ,,,,,., - -aw 287-379 320 ,,,,,,,326 311--158-480 3112--158-478 ,,,,,,,280 , ,,fl62 '11 1-395 , ,,,,, 362 238--lflll '162-471 -1113 -448-4.38-478 ,,,,302--H1 ,, ,, 269--170 329-455-486 ., ,,l27-48-l 1 ,,,,,,238 , ,,-2f18 -428-448-458 Hohnes, Colleen Ugllllllilllj , ----3211-3813 Holmes. .Io lieth l.lxlllllT11Cl ,, .,,,,,,,,. Holmes. 1,1111 Olineral 11'ellsj ,, Hf1l111CS,N121l'1l12l ll'etosy ,,,,, Hol111es,Sl1irley lllallasj ,,, Holst, li. H, l13ea11n1ontj ,,,, Holter, xlaniie fVC1Al10l'll ,,,,,,, ,, Holter, Mary Louise l1'ort .Xrthurj ,,,, .,,,,,,,, Hollnran, I,ZiX"Cl'l1C lllallasy ,,,, Honea, Arthur A. fI,.O11QX1CWj ,,,,280-416-422--126 Honegger. john lfifilllll Prairiep ,,, Honeycutt, 1Jorotl1y lllalhartj ,, 320 448-452 362 ,,,,377 ,, , ,490 329 362--169-482 36" ,,,,,,, -. -437--470-473 362 319-433-456 Hood, C1o11st1111t 1863111110101 , , 1'1ooks,k1e1'1'y Clidgewoodj ,,, 1'100l3C1',BCI'1111 lBo1'gerj ,.,,,,, Hoover, Peggy Nell f1.11111l1:1s:1sj ,, Hopkins, Betty llfort 1Vorthj ,, Hopper. Rohert C. lGra11l111ryj ,, Hopsou. lidward ffQ1AZ1l1llVlC1N'l ,, Horn, Bohhy lllallasj ,,,,,, 1'101'11. Isaac Lee l1'rosperj .,,,,, l"1U1'1llJR1fli. Belly lkhilenej ,,, ,,, HClI'11lJllI'g, Carroll F. lliallasj ,,, 11tllA11C'. Nlargie lFo1't Worthy ,, Hornsby. Virginia Lou lllallasj ,,,, Horslev, lfrances Loeva f.x1'1111f3'1011D ,,, Horton, nloel lflreenvillej ,,,,,, ,, Ho1'to11,l1ulia11 lTa1paj ,,,, Hosack, Ted ,L Olartj ,,,, House. lane Dorcas fS2111 .Xntonioj 141Ul1SCW0l'111, Kl11l11'yl1 llfort Worthj Houston. Louie Burl lliastlandj ,,,, Howard, Mary 1101211110 fliallasj ., Howell, Iilinor lflolorado Cityj ,, Howell. Harlan lCi2l111CNY11lCl ,,, Howell. Jewel lflainesvilley ,,,,,, Howell. joyce Marie lfhitesvillej , Howell. 1'Vayne lCorsit'ana 1 ,,,,, Huher, Palsy fL1llX121l'llllCj ,,,,, Hudgins, Dorothy qlirunrj ,,,, Hutlgins,N1ary Nan lllallasj ,, 1'1lli1SO11. Dorothy lfienterj ,,,,,, Hudson, Nlatlelyn Adele lllallasj ,,, Hudson. Nlargaret fljilllllfil ,,,,,, Hudson, Nlyers 11. CEI 111111111115 ,, 1"1l1tlStl11.11111181011 l'v'er11o11j ,,, Hll1if.klllIlx llilectraj ,,, , ,,, 07 122 263-415-440- ' --.' 1"1l1ffl1111CS,lI21l11CS lllentonj ,,,, ,,,,, ,,, 1-111ll:11l21l1,f1lCl111 X'Valter ffi1'21llCV1l1C, ,,, Hllllllllllll. Rolantl fltaseaj , ,,,,,,, ,, H11fstedler,l1oe lfylflllfll ,,, ., ,,, Hughes. .Xrlene lLongxiew1 ,, Hughes. ,Xrlhur lHIJllS1l111j ,, Hughes, Grill llfort 1Vorthj ,,,, Hughes, KIZIIIICS .Klan lleinplej , Hughes. -Izunes E. lC1ollins1'illej ,, Hughes, hliuuny l'1iCX211'1i1ll1llj ,, Hughes, Ray lllallasj ,,,,,, ,,, 11l1gl1CS,RC2lll11l Mltoj ,,, ,,,, , Hughes. Sara 11161161 f1V111lC1iSy ,, Hughes, Sue llierruitj ,,,,,,,, 1'111gl1CS..11ll11111Y lCat'rolltonj ,, ,, Hllll. Barhzira fjackshoroj ,,,,, 1'11l11.BCll1 lfllnldressj ,,,, 1'1l1ll,C11211'lCS lliecatury ,,, Hulse. Max D. l1.ittlefieldj ,,, Humhert, Drew lDallasj ,,,, Htunphreys, -lack W. l1'arisj ,,,, ,,, Hunrphreys. William Howard fluliaj 222-223- ., -- 311 ,,,,,329 ,,,,,,190 ,,,,311-448 .,,28O-462 ,,,362 ,,,329 ,,,190 ,,,329 ,,,362 , ,,,, ,362 ,,,.362-482 ,,,,,,,,,329 ,,, 238-436-442 ,,,,,,,,,362 437 484 136-362 ,,,,362-456 ,,,,329-428 ,,,--,362 ,,, 362-428 ,,,,198-261 ,,,,, 287-380 , 287-384-447 ,,,, ,, 269 , ,,,, , 311-482 ,,,,,,,,.,,,,-329 ,,, 116-238-414-439 Hurnphries, William Henry fkldgewoodj ,,, ,, Hunt, Dave flfort 1'Vorthj ,,,,,,,,,, Hl111t, H. C. llerrellj ,,,, 1'1ll11l, James R. Glissionj ,,,, Hunter, .Xlife fD0l'C116SlCl'J ,, Hunter. liugene lllallasj ,,,,,, 1'1ll11IC1'.-121111110 Nell Mhilenej ,, Hunter, Margaret Cfiarrellj ,,,, Hlll11Cl'. 1'at Ciialrestonj , ,,,, ,,, Hunter. 711110111115 A. ff,lkl1VCSlU1lJ ,, Hurley, Keuuith lYantisj ,, ,,,, , Hurry. lidna Klllllfyll lllallasj ,,, Hushenet, .Xileen flfort Worthy ,, Huse, Peggy Qllallasg ,,,,,, . ,,,, Huston. Billie llolarj ,,,,,,..,,,,, Huttheson, Nlarty lNIildredj lliluff Daley Hutchinson. ,Xdele fCOl01'1t1'l0 Cityb ,,,...- ..,. 1 Hutchison, Gene lDallasj ,,,,,,,, ,, Hutchisson, 1717111121111 Randall Clrvingj 1113-362 ,,,,,.362 ,,,,,,,,.362 ,,,,l5S-327 434 ,,, ,,,,, ,408 ,,.465 ,,,302 ,,,2S7 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,362 ,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,, .280 321-416-426-456-470 ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,302 ,,,,l88-362 , ,,,,, 280 ,, ,,,,,,,,, 117 ,,,,263-455-486 ,,,,,,,,-- 269 , ,,,,,,,,,,, 280 302-424-448-458 ,,,,,,-,,,,329 224-454-464-486 ,,,, ,,,, -362-458-468 ,,,, ,,,, 362 ,,,,329-428 ,,,,3l1-458 ,,,,,,362 ,,,,,,,,,280-418 ,,,329-400-480-491 ,,,,,,,,,,,362 ,,,,329-455 ,,,,,,362 ,,.488 ,,,,,,,,329 ,,,,--,,,,329 ,,,,152 329-386 ,,,,3204l58 ,,,,,,287 ,,,,280-407 ,,,,,,287 ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,329 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,263-451 225-340-383-464-477 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,319-433 ,,, ,-,.., 269-472 53-362-414 ,,,,454-486 ,,,,280-418 l l Hyde, Lorene lMc.-Xllenj v,...... 4 4444302-417 420-443 Hyer, Dona Lee lflarrilo Springsj 444 444444444 4302 472 C Il Iles. Gene lShermanj ,,..g.. 4 ..,4, 4,,A I 52-340-428-430 477 Ingram, Mary jean lPilot Pointj 444 44 44-44444444444444302 Ingram, Wanda Lou llvaeoj 4444 44 44 44200 45l Inman, Bill fCorsicanaj ,,,,,,,., 444444 340 Inns, Patsy Clexas Cityj 444 4444302 Insall. jess lDallasj 44444 4. 44 4444444400 Irvin, james fhloorlyj 444 ,,,. 444 4444302 453 Irvine. Robert D. lDentonj 4 44444203-4:34 455480 Isbell, Ansel lflorsitanaj 4 ...,. 44444 44444 4.4433 Isbell. Billie Ross lyllestonj 44 fffe 44340 Isbell, joyce lfiilmerj 44.4444 4444302333 Isbell. 'lommy lCorsieanaj 4444444 4444 302 i jackson, Beverly Sue lMtKinneyj 444 4444340-477 jackson, David fH1lll8lClIIj 4 44.4 444 4.444 4302 jackson, Dixie Elaine q'Farmersyillej 44230 402 jackson, Donald E. fllrownwoodj 4 444444340 jackson. Gwyn Lee lDallasj 44 .4.4. 4 4444303 jackson, james lllallasj -iA- 4444203 jackson, jerry lDttnean, Okla.j 44 444444444320 jackson. jessie Lou CDenisonj 44 44444327 432 jackson, jitnmy 4444444 44 444.4. 444444444.4 4 4. 444 jackson, joanne fRllSlij 44444 4444340-428-452-477 james. Martha lllentonj 4444444 4444 444.44 4 44340 jackson, Peggy jeanne llrvingj 444 4444 340 458 jackson, Sue fFort Worthj 444 3ll 377 jackson, Warren CGarrettj 444444444 4 44 421 jarobs. Morris D. lMeComb, NIiss.j ' ' "e' H ---302 jaltlfka. Mary Frames lRobstownj 44 44444444 IB3 303 james. l4ex,j1. Olissionj 44 4444 4444 4 44 3lI-454 470 488 james, Mary Beth llrentonj 444 444400-310-433 450 james, Martha lDentonj 4444444 44444380 480 jarnison, Peggy lShreyeport, I4a.j 4 ---444404 janke, Paula fHoustonj 444444 444444 44444152 303 jansen, Bonnie lHoustonj 444 4444444 4 44444 l50 340 january. Don lDalIasj 44444444 44205-207-287 408-480 jarrett, Walter .rxllClI Mbilenej 444 4444 44 44444287 4ll jay. joyte lVan Alstynej 44444444 444444 4 4 4444 303 jay. Xerxes "Bill" tDentonj 44 4444 444444 44444287 jeannes, C. B. fBay Cityj 444 4444 203-380 305 400 jefferson, Daniel lf. 4444444444 44444 444418 jenkins. Carol Oliamij 4444444 4444340-428-477 480 jenkins, Curtis lSan Benitoj 44 444 4444444444400 jenkins, Floyd fDallasj 444444 444422 437 473 jenkins, james E. lLnbbockj 4 44444188 303 jenkins, jo Nell lRochesterj 44444 2f44 I 340-458 jenkins, Robert E. lFort Vllorthj 44 4444 444444444238 435 jenkins. Rosabel CDentonj 44444444 4 44444444444444 444340 jennings. Mary Ann fSweetwaterj 110-I28-209-443 484 jensen, Eyalyn lhlissionj 444 4444444 4444 3 02-417-420-458-488 jett, Vt-'ilbttr fKermitj 4444 444444 44444444 4444340 jCllOII,vVllllZl111 lDallasj 444 444300 johns, jim lTylerj 44444 444340 johns, Leon lGrahamj 44- -- fff4 4340 johnson, Anita jo lDentonj 44 4-44 340-428 johnson Bobby fDallasj 444444 44444 4 303 johnson Carolyn CGainesyillej 4 44444444 4340 johnson. Charley qFort 'Worthj 4444 444190 I04 480 johnson David lMont Belyiewj 44 444444 444303 johnson Elaine lGatesyillej 44444444 4444 3 ll-380 johnson, Elizabeth lSulphur Springsj 4444203-410 johnson Frances Blythe lDallasj 4444 44444340-482 johnson Freclora fclfllllllfij 44444 44444444444 3 ll johnson Gilbert lHoustonj 44 444150-280-458 johnson Harold H. qllentonj 444 -444200-400 johnson jake lCarthagej 44444 44444444444 4 46 johnson, joan lLaPortej 44 444152-329-454 johnson Lois Qllallasj 44444444 4444444 4 269 johnson Marian qDallasj 4444444 4444 I 53-340 johnson, Mary Frances flrvingj 44 4444 44340 johnson, Mary joan f3'VllIl1CI'j 444 4444 340-402 4l .l ll 1 jolmson, Patsy lDallasj 44 4 johnson, Rose .Xnn lHaskellj 444 johnson. Viola E. lGrovesj 4444 44444 johnson. II'ilma lfae fNew Londonj johnston, Doris Eleanor lPerrinj 4444 johnston, Glenn l0CyIIIIllll'j 44 johnston, jan CMexiaj 444 4 jolmston. jo lFort IVorthj 444 jolmston. joe L. lllentonj 4 4 44 jolmston. Nelwyn C. lShreyeport, La.j jolmston. Ronald lllig Springj 4444 johnston, Thelma .X. llfranklinj 4444 jones, .Khin IV., lKrumj 444 jones, Bey llfort II'ortlrj 444 4 jones,B1ll lBa1rdj 44 4444 4 jones, Carolyn lGralramj 444 jones. Dale I4 lIVeinertj 444 jones. David lGreenyillej 44 jones, Doris Qxllllilj 4444 jones. Dorothy lI4ewisy-'illej 44 jones, Ernest Glen lNot'onaj 44 jones. Everett D. llarncasterj 44 jones, George C. ljatksboroj 444 jones. Ilene lDallasj 4444444 4 jones, jat lx fBridgeportj jones, jack lDallasj 44444444 jones, james llinnisj 44444444 jones, jimmy G. llnngyiewj 44 jones. june lI4ittlelieldj 444 ones. Linda Cl'Vaxabathiej ones. Lou Ann lKilgorej 44444444444 jones. Nlarilyn C. f8an Xntonioj jones. Mary Betty lllison, .Xrkansasj jones, Mary Elizabeth llierrvillej 4 jones, Nancy jean fllallasj 4444444 jones. Norma Blythe llongyiewj 444 jones, Sharon Kay l8hermanj 4 4444 4 ,.. ,. ones. xxlllllllll 4X4 lfsaint joy 4.444 jordan. Hermagene lDallasj 4 jordan, Patsy jo lllallasj 44444 jost, jerry fDentonj 4444 444 44 joy. lfilll2llJL'llI lliallasj 4444444444444 joyce, lfrantes "Babe" lNleCarneyj juengermann, Helena qflorsitanaj jlllIgl'JCL'liCl', Edna ll-loustonj 4,44 jll8llfC.l3t'IlI1l lllentonj 444444 4444 le Kaps, Carolyn lBaytownj 4444 444 Karnes. Benny lII'ellingtonj 444 Karnes, Elaine Turney lTuliaj 444 Katz, Ed fWaxahachiej 44444444 Katz, Howard A. lGalyestonj 4 4444 Kaufmann, Robert IV. lShermanj Kay, joann lIVinonaj 44444444444 4 Kearby, Cynthia qllecatttrj 444444 4 Keasler, Charles lGrand Prairiej 4 Keathley, H. Darrell fDallasj 444 Keck, Kenneth fSCyIllUll1'j 4 Kee. IV. llirysonj 444444 44 Kee. Lanethia lBrysonj 444 Keel. Carolyn lllenton 5444 Keele, Conrad CHoustonj 444 Keeler. Anne lfepbyrj 444444 44 Keith. james H., jr. lDCLZlllll'j 44 Kelldorf, William Neal Haylorj 44 Kelley. jean qDentonj 4 44444 44444 Kelley. Helen llfort Worthj 44 Kelley. joan fBret'l4enridgej 4 Kelley. Linda qDallasj 444444 Kelley, Pat fDallasj 4444 Kelley, Paul flierrxillej 444444 4 Kelley, Kelly, Bruce ljustinj 444444 Thad qBreckenriclgej 4 Kelly, Edward fFort IVorthj 444 ones. 'lhomas A. ll'll'UlClI Dog, Nlont 203 -'XIII -422-451 444- 4 .. 44444.- t 321 Q70 ' iss 444.- 200-425- -1 -'ill-' 340-45:71 23l'l-458 4 340-423 44 I03 4 Qso 4 44340 200-4l7 444 443-40 31 I-458 4444340-458 4 444303 44 303 202-44s-45s 4 44432l 321-377 lff' 328-43" 4,44 3 l0 4 340-447 4 238-42l 44 3l0 4 4 4 4 l 0 4444 4444 138 320-400-4 34 44 4 44444 320 444408 4444 4 3-I0-383-428 340-428 44281 444 302 454-448-458 44 4 4100 480 303 400 482 340 303 31313 303 lll 303 3-I0 484 42l 480 30l 303 475 433 -102 ,, 4 .ills 303 458 I00 450 454 340 404 172 303 303 -170 32l 4545 -I78 200 170 4:30 23l 281 303 370 303 303 482 400 433 472 5413 401 430 440 307 224 -4-77 477 303 340 300 403 403 370 IS8 303 31 l 303 42 l 3 l 0 478 3440 I0-4 158 340 303 4444100-l0l 512 Kellvxlolul qCrm'csj W, , ,, . - Kelly, XY. 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Peggy fBig Springj ,A 11111 Lzlmlm Iillllk Crt. Gaynelle 4Sweetwatcrj -- in, joys qW'cllingtonj 111111 LZIIHIUCS. Bill fEz1glePz1ssj W, l12ll1CilSICl'. Jeanie QljIll1ilS, 1111 W I,:1nclers, Kathryn fLongvicwj -- Lame, Dm-is 0321112185 11111111111 Lame. Hal Bums. Jr. fW'acoj 1111 H Lame. -Incqucline Ray fShc-rmanj Lane. Kenneth Boyd fShcrmanj -- Lune. Rex flfriscoj 11111111111111 Laney, Sam 13. fllentonj 11111 Lame. Tom fDent0nj 1111111111 Lung, Betty -lane fFo1't Worthy , Lang. Helen fMcsquitCj 111111111 Langford, Boll CGI'fmd Prairiej W Langford, John fSh6lAlUHI1D 1111 - Langham. Betty fDcnt0nj 11111 Langston. Donald B. fB0wiej W Lankford. Bobby fHfJLlSl011D -- Lmming. Bill fPanhandlej ,W Lanningham, Earl fBOTgE'l', ,- Largent, Tommy fflhicoj U, L2lI'kiIl.LUl'l'Ilil1C Cliridgeportj ,W Larkin. Martha fValley Millsj U- LaRue, Gene ffllinton, Oklaj W Lathzlm, Sue qVCrnonj 1111111 Lz1timer,BCtty.X1m fDI1llZlSb ..-, Latimer. Ellen fFort Wkurthj Latimer, Kenneth lllallasj -,k----- Lzxuclerdalc. Donald fLcwisvillCb , Law, Lorene fB1'ya11j 1111111111111 Lawhorn, YVilliam CRockwulIj Lawless, jack 1111111111.11111111 , Lawrence. Bob fGlA2lIlCl Salinej U Lawrence, Norma jean fP21l'iSb -- Laws. Billy Clyde KVG-my 11111 I,ZNVSOl1.CIll'l'Cll fGainesvillej W Lawson. Patsy 6.-Xrlingtonj Lawson. VVilf1'id CDallasj 1111 Lay, joan fDalIasj 11111111 Leach, Bill CDallasj 111111111 Leavell, Vfilliam VVyatt fDallasj N LeBa1'on. Priscilla KGalvestonj 111111 Ledbetter. Sanford Truett fDallasj Lee. Doris fT6XH1'k3l1Hb 111111.111111 Lee. jo Ann fParisj 1111111111 Lee. A.. jr. fwichita Fallsj - Lee. Robert flrvingj 11111111 M-,,3ll Leeman. Charles fBOl'lll2l1'Il, , Leeth, Tommy fHHlllillOI1D 1111 Lehrmann, Melvin fSagertonj -, Lemire. Frank fPort Arthurj -- Lemons, Dale CNewporLj 1111 Lemons, Frances fRinggoldj -- I,Qnningtrm, Kathy fMz1yj 1111 Levcrctt. Betty flfort Wforthj ,- Levine. ,Knot KDallasj 1111 .,-,- Lewallen. Billy Cliradyj Lewis. BZIIAIJHTZI f'I'ylerj -- Lewis . Gordon fDallasj 11111 LCM'iS.J21ll16S VV. CStarkvillej U- Lewis , Rose Mai QDenisonj ,W Lewman. Virginia fD21ll21S, --, Lewter. Bobbie Lee CSzmgerj A Lichtenwald, Harold fDallasj W ----l59 263-404 , 111111111.111 M9 159-330-416- 426-432 159-364 287-445 311-379 153-364 k,- --34l -- l73 364-462 178-489 ---------,, 364 ,-, 28l 437-470 ,-------364 ,,,,364 ,Y,-.238 , 238 -,--,34l -238 ------444 153-327 341,477 - -364 364-444 , Al59 302- 424-458 111111111188 -M 287 , ,4l7'4l8- 407-480 190-364 426-458 g---A----V-3G-1 7,Y,,WWm 3l54 U. 263-417- 341-391 421--190 ,,,,,,,,,,,f3l34 -,---36-I 302-405 111111 , ,. -- ,A34l H 11111111111111111 311 173-180-230- I73-1 78- 302-408 18043911 188 1111 311 --,-,,-,,--3ll 32l-450- 417-426- 311-444 456-467 450-458 H ,-! 311 , - -364 281 -400 227 -341 ,,- -287 311-458 ,-,------31l ----l59 239-434 281-408 ,,---34l ---281 227-341 287-458 4 l 8-4-15 341-465 , ,-32l -,-H----,,,32l -,--,,-,,----364 ---302-423- 458-482 287 -41 1 152-364 287-444 - 1111 A93 341-462 -----34l 111111456 327-435 Lightfoot, jane fGranclviewj ..,,,,.. -2303-386-417-423 Lightsey, 337111121111 fwaxahaclriej , ... Limpkin, William C., jr. f'l"exarkanaj ,, Lindley. Lindsay, Lindsay, Co11nie fBeevi1lej ,.. ,,,,,,. , Dayicl qllallasj ,, Richarcl tfllneyj ,,,,, Linclsey. Charles flirownwooclj ,,, Lindsey, 'lom fwvifllllkl Fallsj Lindsey, Walter tBuffalo. New Yorkj Linn, jen11ie tPasac1enaj .. ,.2.2222222. Linnartl, Robert VV. 41,112ll'I7j ,,. Lipman. Don fjeffersonj Lisman, Unis flinnisj ,,..,,,,. Little, linitl Helen tMitllantlj , Little. Patricia tljriseollj . , Littlejolm, Bob fHll1JbHI't.1j .. ,,, Littlejohn, 1'Vynelle tBarclwellj , . . Littleton. Monette jane QDallasj . Lively. lfrank P. qDal1asj .,,.,,, Lloycl. Kenneth fHenc1ersonj ,, Lloycl. Martha Ann fA1icej ,,, Lock.Howar1l 1ci11l'1Sl0Y211j ,,, 1.ockartl. Keith fCl1illicothej ,,,,,, Locke. Betty qDeLeonj ..Le 222. LLLLL 2 Lockhart, Anita jayne CGainc-svillej ,, Loclilin. 1iclwarc1H. fW'acoj ,., ,,,,, ., Lockwoocl. Sarah Ann fBC2ll1ll1t1l1lj ,, Loe. Dorothy Dell lk-lonaliansj ,, Loe. Ginger lHoustonj ,,, .,,, Lofton, Ann fr11C'X2ll'li2ll12lj ,, ,,. Lomax, Dorothy f1'V21X2l11llCl11Cj ,, Long. Charles tliig Springj ,,. Long. Choppy Urtlantaj Long. George Hiflllflllllllj , Long, Lavaga tDecaturj ,, Long. Monty tBowiej ,,,,, Long. Nita tDentonj ,,, ,, .,, Long, Ronnie 4,-Xthensj ..,.,.., .,,,,, Longhot ham. Martha 4G roesheckj Longmire. Bess 152111 Sahaj .,,,, Lonvick. Oryill NI. tDallasj ,, 1,0jDC'I'.fi1121l'1CS Oliamij ,, ,,,,, LO811,j0l'21yC tklc.-Xllenj ,,. ,,,,,,, ,, Loughmiller. Mary Beth qtlantonj Lovelace, .Xllen tCarrolltonj ,,,, Lovelace ,Charles fGrantl Prairiej ,,, Lovelace, john .X. tlfort Worthy Loyelac e Loveless. . Nancy fBig Springj .. ,, Betty jo fC01CI112ll1j ,,,.. Lovell, joa11 Lee tlfort Worthy , Lovette. Sue Qllentonj ,,, ,,,,, , Lowe, Charles R. tClelJurnej ,, Lowe. Lowe, I 02111 Walley Viewj ,, ,oytl Glartj ,,,, .,,,, Lowe. lhora Neelley tfllnc-yy , Lowery. Nita tllentonj ,, ,,,, Lowrance. Butlcly ,,, ,,,, . . ,,,, Lowrance. l'Villiznn li. tClarksvillej Loycl. Burl tllallasj ,,,, .. .. ,,,, Loytl. Pauline Hllllllll tlferrisj , Lolano. Lozano. Conracl tHar1ingenj ,,, Nelcla lS11l1B6111l0j Lucas. Carolyn l3Y2lX211121L111Cj Lucas. j. B. tGranclviewj Luetltke. Bohlmie tVernonj . Luke, Gloria Mae fBC1lll1llUl1lj ,,, Lumpkin. Don tllentonj ,,. Ll1l1ljJK1l1,31yl'll Hlicllantlj .,, Luna. Sharlie tDallasj . . Lunclgren, joAnn tElginj Lupo. j. C. tPort Artlrurj ., Lutrick. Louis fAhernatl1yj ,, Lyles, Burnis qPanhanc1lej ,,, Lyles, Patsy Sue tlilectraj ,,,,,,,,, Lyntil1,C.1i. fNealj fGa1veslonj ,, Lynch. Turney QConroej ,,,,,, 303- ,97-303-416-422-448 ,, ... ,..,l99-201 .. 263-416- 7. ,, .403 .....34l .,,,341-451 ,321 ,, 281 ..,1i13- .,,,28l , 269-442- 327 - 380 364- .,,. 319-433- ,,,, 303-400- -426 281 281 438 287 287 341 458 364 364 426 484 404 454 488 418 364 364 411--1 470 4 39 303 364 456 456 492 , . 327-3811-432 , , 159-327-439 . ., ,,,,, . 312 ,,,287 ,,,365 ,,, 341 ,,,,,4l1-1 .,,,.287 ,, ,,312-448 .. ,341 ,,,,342 ., 365 ,. ,..36:'1 .. 365 ,,.. 342 ,, 342-4811 , . ,.,3-42 . ,,,,,3l2 . . , 3-12--128-458 . ,, ,,,,, 159 121 - 1 23-269-4611-435-491 .,,,,3-12-482 , , 263-384 ,,,342-451 ,,,,, 379 ,. , ,,,,, ,,,..,,342 , --- 303 . 172-180-199-201 489 , ,,,,,, ,,303 ,,,,,,. 433 ,,,,,41l0--193 ,,,, .,,33ll ., 281 -411 .. , 287 462 ,,, 303 4-14 ,,,3-12-488 ,, ,.36:'1 . ,.. , 342 ,,, .,,, ,. 365 , . 269-469-473496 . . ,, ,A -, 239 , . 365 ,,,,365 ,,365 . ,,.,..,,-,,469 ,,,,190-396-489 .,,, 312-423-480 225-287-379 ,,,-,,. 287 ,,,,,458-492 Lyon, Carolyn flfort W'ortl1j ,,,, 137 342 Mc,-Xtlow. lixelyn tllentonj ,,.,, .,. . 159 N1cRee. j. 11. tliraclyj ,,,,, 411 McBride, Bettie Cllentonj ,,,, . . , 3-12-428-47'-1 N1C1S111'11Cll, Nlarion Sue 113211111013 . . 281 38-1447 NlcCanclless, Clautle tNIcKinneyj ,, . .,.,,-110 McCanne, Patricia Ann Mlvortlj , N342-4:36 NIcCarley, Letitia f1lllSZli1Cl12lj ..., ,,342-384 N1cCarty. Sylvia Rae tfylonaliansj . ,,,,365 McCaslancl. Helen fluliaj , , .303-442-480 McCharen. Rachel flyfegargelj ,312-462 N1LC1E1l1ll11L1I1, Billie tCooperj ., 239 N1cCleish. .'X11nettc- lCleye1antlj 3-12-448-453 NIcC1e1lant1. Clive fB1'OWl1WUtIt1j ,,l59-434 NIcC1enclon. Bill 1Bl'01Vl1WUUl1j . 342-301 NlcClentlon, Boh flinnisj ,. -..365 N1cClen1lon. Carl fGatesvillej ,,.39l N1cClenny. Carolyn tBallingerj ,. ,,l53-365 NlcC1intock, Matty lChiIlicothej .. ,., 365 31lC111I1g, Roy 'l'et1 fHillsl1oroj ,, H287-444 McClure, jack tl-loustonj .. . . ,,, . ,.3-12 x1CCiUl1111S, Sam Qllentonj ,,,,,, .,. ..,., ,. . . ,.,. -173 McConnell. Betty jo tlfort X1-'t11'tl1j , 227-303-ll7-426-448-458 McConnell, Billy ffiunterj ,,..,.,,, . , , ,, ..,...3-12 NlcCorcl, Carol flfort 1X'orthj . ,,,3.1g.476 NltCortl. jim tHoustonj ,,., .. . , ,159-342 xllcitlflllllli, Neta Rae fllallasj , . ,312-482 NIcCoy. George flloustonj .,,. 120-434 NlcCoy. rl roy L. tllentonj , , . ,, .452 NlcCratly. Richartl tlieaumontj ,. .187 N1cCre21.Yancy lCiscoj . . .. .. . ..47l NIcCreight, Dale t8weetwaterj 1.32 365 NlcCreless, janelle tllentonj .,.,, 284 N1c'Culloch. George fllallasj . . ,H342-395 NlcCullough. Henry lllallasj ,,,,, .281 McCullough, Norma 1.-Xrnarilloj 303-438-480 lX'IcDaniel, .Xnne l8liclellj . . l52-342-447-454-456 Nlcllaniel, Bennie jean tRi1hlan1lj ,,, .,.28l-437-458 McDaniel. William tkichlanclj - ----, ,269 Nlclilonaltl. .Xnita tllallasj .. . . 2 269-379 Nlclionaltl. Bucltly tlexarkairaj . 287-404 Nlcllonalcl, Dorothy tllentonj , ..., 365 Nlcllonalcl, litlwarcl fsllll ,-Xngeloj ,, . ., -lf-14 NlcDonalcl. jean 4l'alaciosj ,,,,,, 152-327 Nlcllonalcl, jinnny flown Parlxj ,, . . ,,3-12 NIcDonaltl. Nlary tArlingtonj . ,, . ,,,,, 312-450 N1cDonalcl. Patricia tlfort 11'orthj , ,..,342-455-486 Nlclionalcl. Rohert Sandy tllallasj , ,.. 312-448-458 N1cDonalcl. Vaulmene fcitlI1lQ1l1L'11L'j , ,, 321-456-462 NlcElreath. Clynclon fllallasj ,,,,,,, ,365 Nlckflroy, .X. L. flfort 3'vU1'111j , ,,,,438 McElroy. lilynor qllentonj ,, ,,., 342 NIcElyeen. .Xrchie tNew Lontlonj . ,.28l-399 Nlclintire, Sue C8iclneyj ,,,,, ,,,,, , 319 Nlcklyer. Patricia tlinnisj , .. , . . ,,,365 Nlclfatlclen. Ronnie tNIi11lantlj ., ., , ,,,,,,342 Nlclfarlane. liya tPort Nechesj , .263-469-472 MCFatric1ge, Ellna QBig Sanclyj .W f - 2 ,263-425-451 NlcGallion, Raymoncl ,-X. tllentonj . ..l72-180 NIcGee, Betty tllentonj ,.. . ,, . .342 N1cGee, Bill fFo1't 1Vorthj . .. H269-400 NIcGee. Rantlal lfireggtonj . ,,,,, 173-181 h1CciE11CL', Leoma QCo11insvillej , . 303-424-448-462 NlcGilyray. Lavonne tvKellerj . . 365 NIcGowan. jU11Il K. tLorainej .,,,, . .152-365-454 N1cGuire. Mickey tlfort XX'orthj . , .365-482 McGuire. Mitchell f3v111l111l1ll1.fnlltlj -L 281-473 Mcllwain, Carl 4Houstonj ,. . ...,,, 158 342-435 Mclnnish, Kenneth tCarrol1tonj .. .. , ,,,,, 392 lN'lac1ntyre. Kenton lf. tOneonta. N. YQ ,, ,,...,312-446 NlcKay. Verna tlientonj , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,..,....,4l7 31CKC11llC. Charlene tNec1erlantlj ,... ,..,,l53 269 McKinney. Billy tllallasj ,,, ,,,,, .,....287 McKinney. Eugenia tVan .Xlstynej ,,,263-421-478 513 5 Mtliinney. Gene llfxlllllllllkgj V fVY.3l2 462 Mtliinnex. Ostgn' tllnllalsl H , ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, H, ,,,,, 287-399 Mtlinight, yloxte lilglint' 1 lexgrrkgtmrj H, WY, ,,,, ,264-451 478 Mtlstin. Holm tllentony .,,,.t,,,,e ISSJI6-426-436-442 Nltlnin. .luck qllgtllglsh , ,Y,,,,,, . ,W ,. , ,,,,,,,, 287-404 Mtlnin. Mgtrx Xnn qllillshoroj H, .Mr .,,,, 438 Mtlnin. Mgturite Cllxtxton qHillshoroj -f-ff -,Y 2114 Nlthllllgllllll, klolmxngt qlongyiewj ,W 7 , 321470 Mtlrgtnghlim-. Flkkllllllllt' qirngerb ,., M, 342 Nltl.lllll'lll. lieth tfllllllllllj , nn, ,, , ,321 454 Nlixldllllll. link tll'lllllll'Nl 3, een 1111 3225 McMillan. ,lo qllgnlsluul, New Mexitoj 1.11 3-12-423-482 XltMinn. linlmlnie ,Y,,-,,,,,,,,, Y, , 1111 Ywfllfl XltMinn, Phillip Morris tl'ort Nethesj ,, ,e,23El-421-424-458 xlihlllll'L'Y, lloltlmit' ttiqtinesxillej de-- f W 312-384 XItXgrlxh, .Xllene tSlLlllllUltll W -, f 11111 330 xlLXlllbll,illlllL' lllglllzlsj , ---,.-3-12 xltxillllllfll. ylunettzt Wernonj 1111 u-,3l24386 Nltxlllllillll. Many lillen fllenlonj W. 111111 365 MtNg1tt. Mgxrilxnn Cllxtllalsy 11111111 11111 3 65 MtNeelX.l"remltlx1 tI't-troliuj ,V 4,288-383 MtYeil, john R. qilolsicnrmttj W 1111 ,312 MtNit1Lx. .Xtlgnn fllentony .,,m,, ,,,269-404-420421 MmYitLln, Martha .Xnn fllentonj K f- - ff11 ,365-464 MtXl1tt. l.llllC qlhrockmortonj W V264-472 Mtl'ht-rson, Glelnru Csilllllll 1111111 -W ,HQSS McPherson, Rolmerl l,en qNoton11j 111111 H1542 Mtl'herson. M'insor ll.. jr. Cllottsvillej WWW, 1.1111 ,312 NIIRCQITY, Margaret flforl XVorthj ,Y ,.,341f-428-458-484 NltSIJ1lLlllCll.BClll' 4l'ontlt-rj HW- 11111 ,,,,,327-383-478 MtSpg1tltlen, George fNCNLlClllj 11111 , HWWQSS McWilli4nns. jack Cl. fihrirresxillej .f -- 342 Mgrhry. H111 fBlll'lilJlll'llCllj 111111 ,N H1503 Mgukey. NY. K. "Bill" fNortonj W H223 Mmltlen, Betsy Mun Antonioj U 3-365 Mzulewell. XVinnilrt-tl qllentonj ,Y -f 342 Nl1lfQlll,LllllllCS M. fllentonj H on ,,,,e,l72 Malglitto, Sgnn fllblllllllllb ., ,NQI3-303 Mnlunn, Helen lllentonj W, 11111 ,, 0,269 Mahoney, l'11t flfort lVorthj 11111 den, 333471 Mztllery. Charlotte 1MexicoCity, Mexicoj W, , 11111 ,.. 365 Malone. Nlllflllll CllllllllS, 11111111 WWW, 1,7233-365-432 Munclexille, Glenn .X. fllallusj ,W ,-,.3l2-395 Mnnire. Nancy fllognrokej in H 342-428-447-456 Mann. Alta l.ee lVaulley Millsj do ,, 1111 , 303 4:38 Munn, Roller! Clinton ,We 11111 - 37-3288 Manning, Marilyn fllzlllasj J-, ,W366 Manning. Bill Hun ,Xntonioj ff fY.365 Mgrnsfieltl, l.. Cl. tfllclrurnej , ,e,o,,,,.2Zl?l Mapes. Mznizrn qlloustonj W ,,,e,l:'w2-327 432 Mgtpp. Billie 1141-anlnl l,l'llllAlCD H- 1111 1111 , 366 Mgtrztnto. I.l1tizu fNl2ll'NllLlllD ,,,,e,,,,. -,,,l53-366 Marek. Mzulmnm lxllllX'2lllliCC. M'ist.j -f11 3303 Marion. Georgia fllistoj ,,,,,,,--,.,,,, ,,,,,,366 M1n'kle.l5eltie fl'm't Nechesj H ,M 342-469 Markle. Connie fl'ort Nc-chesj , 7 ,,,e,,,34f2-469 Marley, 1,11 Rue CMgntj , 1111 342 Nlllfilllllfl, llolmluie fMertensj , ,W 269 Marr. luck fxllllllllij ,, ,W ,, ,, 288 Murrs. Mary rllylerj W , W ,264-379 Marsh. Milclretl KSWCCUVZIICTJ ,, or H342 Marsh, Sanur fSWL'L'lXYlllL'l'J ,W366 Marshall, Bill ilk-ntonj , ,,.,,,366 xllllillllll, Helen f.XlllLlI'lllUj , ., , 342-480 Marshall. l'LllSy fliolenmnj , W N H,f366-482 Martin, .Xllen rWe1rtl1erl'ortlj H -3288 Martin. Bztrlmru flienmhj W,,,nj3fl2 Marlin. Bill flylilllllfl Y, W, , 7 343 396 Martin. Cecil fllentonj HW, ,, , 17,115-172.181 Martin. Klhztrlesene Sznuh fvklll .Xlstynej W, 7 366 Martin. lililgnhetln 4'Wichit:1 lfzlllsj 1111 W- o,,W2fi9 Martin, linnnzx Lou Olixer fXVitl1itz1 Ifznllsj ,W ,,,,,303-438 Martin, lirnie rlorl lVorthj 111111 ,,,,,,,, WW3-43-484 Martin, Ifruncis Kliscoj M W nm 111-1 ,343 Martin, james ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,-124-448.457-4 xILl.1'lll'l.JU2lll fylztckslmoroj ,W 1111 366-468-482 Martin, Katherine li. flmngviewj W --,l59-343 Nlllllllll. Kenneth K. fllullatsj 1111 ,HIHS-4413 Nlilfllll. Lishelh 481111 .Xnlonioj W 11-1 ,365 Marlin, V. W., Jr. Wzllley Viewj -- ,viitlfl-421 Martin, M'zlntlz1 Lou fllenlonj V -1111 366 Martin. Wilma qlirtnnj ,- 1111111 11111 , 319-456 hl1lI'YCl.El'lllC fP2lllllLlIllllCb ,W 1111 172-173 181 lXl1n'vel. Herb fl,ZlIlll1llllllCJ ..,- 111111 303-394 Musk, l,on qweatherforclj ,W 1111 ,281-404 Mason. Don fL0lIlCl1lD 11111 1111111 3 66 xlllSOIl.l12lI'l'Cll fDallus5 3, ,,e,V264-436 M11ssey..Xrthur fl'rosperj ,vm-- 6,1188-418 Massey. Doris flfort lVorthj 1111 1111111 3 66 Massey, Marion L. flfort X'Vorthj 3, ,,-366 Mzxssingill, Dun fCUlllLlllCl1CD W 111111 H 1111 ,343 Mathers, Ruthanne fFort Worthy -- ,--343-456 Mztthes. jackie QCranej 1111111111 1111111111111111111 3 43 Matthews, jun fS21ll Augustiney --- 11111111 ,,,,,r,,,,r3l2-3813 Mathis, jznnes O. flsongviewj e ,W 303-422-451-458-466-470 Matlock, lilvtfllllllll fylztckshoroj A 11111111 312-417-426-468 Mattson. Lloycl V. Cllliftonj AW, 1111111111111 303 Matthews. Billy fHaskellj 1111111 --.U343 Matthews, Bryan ffllllLlCW1llCl'j W, 1111111111 ,288 Matthews -Inanell dunsetj 11111 1111 , 173,288-384 Matthews Maytlell fllentonj - ,,,e343-336-428-477 Matthews. Nancy flhnllusj 1111 111111111111 , 366 Mattingly -Ioy Cllentonj W 1111 458 Nlllllllll. Betty ffllehurnej ,- 1111 343 Nllllllllgfh Pete fCruwforclj -, 333,303 Mzttulu. 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Irene fflollinsvillej 1111111111 3, 281-424-458 Mezlclor, june CXN'l1itewrightj 1111111111 11111111 f 366 Mezulor, Morgan Rowe flvlfllllll Fullsj U., ,HQ39-418-437 Mezlclows, john Elmer Woteelj 1111111 11111111 3 66 NlC1ll-QCIIIHCL flllllllllllllllL'D was -,3l2-480 Means. Martha ffjrznul Sulinej W -M343 Meeks, D.n'icl fl'ort ,Xrthury .... ,, ,, 4 7l Megan. Mary Ann QFort xVOl'll1D W, ----32l Megginson, Syhnn flnngwiewj , f-- 312 Melton, Leroy fllenjznninj one HH343 Melton, Roy Eugene flJ1lll2lS, M, ----343 Menznsto, A. B. fNew Lontlonj -nn ,,ee3l2 Menusco, Sztrah Cflrancl l'l'2lll'lCj M ,---3l2 Mendoza. Charles N. fllztllusj A ,,, 343 Mensnrun, Don ffoizllvestonj M ----343 Merten. jo Anne fl'Vll1ll'l0llD ,,,, .,... 3 43 Messer. jack flfort Worthy ,, ,,.n... H, 33288-4ll Messick, Bobby G. flfort Worthy W ,,,,,,239 Meyer. Danny qjeffersonj ,, ,A..,o ,, no o,,,.,.. 366 Meyer, Doris Qliellerj ,,,,o,,, 7, , Meyer. Mary Lou flll Cznnpoj 3 Meyers, Regis QPPCXZIS llityj ,... 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Harlon Roy ffiantonj ,,, ,,,,.304 Phillips. 'lhornas tHillshoroj A ,,,f113-391 Piekrell. '1'honias fxlacilcshoroj , ,,.,,4l8 Pierce, Allen qDentony ,.,,,,, ,,,,,345 Pierce.Harolc1 tllentervillej ,,, ,,,2B2-417 Pierce. james li. fDallasj ,,, ,,,345-444 Pieree, Nickie qMenarclj ,,, ,, ,,26-4 Pierson. jerorne fN10S11C1lIlj .,. , ,,,282-480 Pierson, Noel flfort Vllorthl rr - .345-428-484 Pina, Omelia tlrivolij , ,,,, ,e ,,,, ,,fl19 Pindale, .lean fDenisonj , ,,,,159-330-432 Piner, Edith Lon Qflzonaj , ,,,,,, ,,,..282 Piner. Ray. jr. fcjltllllly ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,3-15 Pinkerton. jane tlfort Worthy ,,, ,,,158-270-417-426-441 Pinlcston. Pansy flforrestonj ee,. - ,,ee , ,ee, ,U345 Piott. jane tllentonj ,,,,,, ,,,270-379 Piplcin, Bill fllenisonj , ,,,,,, H ,,,,345 Piraino. Virginia 4Honstonj ,,, ,,,, 28841813 Pirlcey. Dayid CL. flexarlcanaj ,, ,,,282-399-418 Pitt. Barbara qllentonj ,,,,-,,, ,,, ,,,345 Pitttnan. Delores 171 ylerj ,,,,,,, ,,,Il04-448 Pitts. Rohert W. tNew Londonl -"J '-,304 Platas. Hugo fMexico City. Mexicoj ,H L 403 Platas. Oscar fMexic'o City, Mexicoj ,, -,,.,270-403 Platt, Pat fLongyiewj ,,,,..,...e, We N,.311l-38114452 Pliler, Randall fFort XfVortlij e..e ,,, -,e,,- ,288 Pltnnlee, Rosalene t1Veatherfordj ,,, ,,,I104-448 458 Pltnnlee. 1N'ayne tiiainesvillej ,,, ,,,282 473 Poe. Mary Janette 4DentonQ , ,,,,, 308 Pogue. Sain fllallasj ,,,,...,e,,,,, ,,,, WVI73 Poindexter. Alaccluelyn tGrancl Prairiej ,, ,,,,fl68 Polk. fVVillistonj ,,,,,, .,,e,e ee,e 7,7213-4 Pollard. Billie jean qBowiej ,, ,,,f1tiH Pollard. Don Kent fliallasj .,, ,,,,fl68 Pollard, Donna tflooperj U.,-,, rY,, WWA368 Polnetti. Dolores M. fCollinsvillej ,,,, eeeerree 152 327 Ponykal, jaunita fkddyy e,,,,,,g,,, ,,,, W ,,h,,u,l515 Pond, Lina ffiainesyillej ,,, ,,,321-4115426-432 456 Ponder. Pattye tDallasj , ,,,,..345-454 477 Pool, jane tNeyadaj ,,, ,,,.,,,-,fltizs Pool. Jean tlexarlcanaj ,,, ,, 313-448 Poole, Charles H. QDal1asl ,,, , N368-444 Poppell, Mary H. QEI Pasoy ,, ...,,,-172 Porch, Jerry D. tDallasj ,,, Porter. Al CMoore, O1c1a.1 ,, Porter. Anita fDallasj ,, Porter, Frances 4AVheelerj -- Porter, Glenn fProsperj ,, Porter, jackie fFort WVorthj ,, Porter, Pat fS11Zll11l'OC1iJ ,,,, ,, , ,,,,,345 124 262-478 ,,,,,,,,345 407 304 -484 -380 ,,,,282-418 -,,,,-3 ,,,,l52 G8 -368 Porter. Suan Kllentonj , ,,,, ,,,,, W, 1282-473 Porterfielcl. ilovan fAV21X2111llL111Cy ,, ,,,,,270-21511 Post, lfrances fllelhi. 1,a.j ,-,r-,, W.- H N265 Pounds, Lynnwood Kflasper, X'Vyo,j -,. ,,,, , fl-13 Power. Otis, fMarshallj ,,,,,,,,, 2825101-422 Power, Patsy fMarshallj ,, , filfl-448 Powers. Phillis fxlustinj ,,,, ,308-1515 Powell, Alva CBrownwoodj ,., f- . 310-456 Powell. Charles fllallasj ,,, ,,,, ,. fllibl Poynter, Patricia lPort Artlntrj ,- ,, 3-154422-4 Pratlca. AVerner fHoustonj ,,,, Y 289 Pressly, Ronald fllallasj ,, Ln HUHW , ,,, 313 Presswood. Betty Colleen tflrancl Salinej ,,,, 3211-45:5 Presswood. klinnnie Dale lflrancl Salinej , , 205,419--172 Price, Betty tMcCLregory ,, ,,, ,,,,,, Iltirl-450-402 Price, Norris llivanty ,,, , T168 Price. Othal Ray tBellsj ,, , 307-405 Price. Patsy Dale tMcCregorj .1140--4287192 Price, Sari Lynn lliauhnanj ,,,, , 3.151-45-1-4815 Price, Vincent tVc-gap , 411 Prine. Phil ttilehurnej ., , ,, ,, 265-411 Prince, Betty tVernonj .,,, ,,,, ,, 340 Pritchard. lililaheth fXX'ingalc-j ,, ,, 346 Proctor. -lewel fNexac1aj ,,, ,,,,, ,, 458 Proctor. 'loan CAVeatlrerlorc1j ,,, ff fltifl Proffer. Rufus fllainesyillej ,,,, ,,,, .,,, ,, 313 Prokupelc, Marilyn liclith lBroolclie1cl, 111.1 , ,. 1169 Pruett. Marilyn fWichita lfallsj ,,,, ,,, ,,, fltitl Pruitt, Howard Ray CPanhandlej , , , 2155-5195 Puckett, linsor qBig Springj , ,,, 282 Pugh. lion tHoustonj ,, , ,,.,,346 Purcell. Patricia lllallasj ,W ,316-456 Purgason.Q1ucly fllallasj ,V ,,,, 270 Pursley. Shirley fHarrolclj . , 340 Pyliurn, 11. fAngletonj e,,, 346 Pyles, xloxce tlidenj ,, ,, ,,, 270-1813 'I Qualls, Charles M. fHiIlshoroj ,, f H 173-270 Quehe. Geneia tMcGrc-gory . ,, 270-436 Quinn, kliin fllallasj ,,, ,,, , ,,, 1192 Quisenberry, Annette fllallasj , ,,, 309 I' Rahhe. Walter f1"1Lllll11ltJ11y ,,,,, ,, 265 Radons. tins qllentonj ,,, ,,, 1146 Ragland. Bohhy tSweetwalc'rj ,,,, ,,, ,, 340 Ragsdale. Baxter Andrew fllallasj , ,.,f1-10-2189-489 Ragsclale, Yirtus fliallasj , ,,,. ,,,, ,.,.,, M369 Rainho1t,.lanies A. tlfort NYortl1Q ,,, . ,,,-,, 190 Rainey, Betty Marie tllc-nlonj , ,,,, , .,,, , ,,, 346 Rains, Helen Leona tl,ewisyillej ,,, ,, 263-42:3-4'18451462 Rainwater. Charlotte fllallasj ,, , ,, .,,, ,, 346-423 Ralston, Paula flowa Parlcy ,,, ,,,,,482 Rainer. Alinnnie Ann fllallasj ,, -3110-439 Ramos. Charles fllallasj ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,, ,, ,,,,, .,,, 123 Ramsey. Curtis fllentonj ,, ,,l19-l20-126-220-239-4111--115,422 438 Ranisey..1a1nes Allen tliallasj ,,, . .,,, ., , ,,, ,, . Ilflll-435 Ril111SCA'.xIl12l11t1ll tPerrinl .,,,,,,, ,, 11211-413433--156 Randals, Chris fllentonj ,, ,,,, ,, ,, ,,4119-153 Ransom. Sherrill f1'ort Arthurj ,, ,. ,, 270 Raphelt. Veyna 1818111101115 ,,,, , . ,, ,, 369 Raphelt. Willie CI. qSta1n1ordj , 270 Rashury, Guinn fbecaturj ,,,, , 239-A107-418 Rasor, Ruth fllentonj ,,,,, , , ,,,, .1169 Rathlce. Nancy fHolliclayj ,,,, ,,, ,,, 369 Ratelilif, Peggy Ann tllallasl ,, ,,,,3-16--1534477 Ratliff. Bill tClehurnej ,,, ,,,, ,. 225 313 395 Ratten, Traxis tllallasy ,, ,239 Ray. Betty lDal1asl . ,,,, , ,,,, . ,. ,-.-124 Ray, Billie fHonstonj ,,,,,, ,,,, ., 282-380 Ray, Bohhie N. flalceviewj ,L -,,Il04-448-458,480 Ray, jim tFort M'orthj ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,454-486 Ray. john T. tllentonj ,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,,, . 232 Ray, Mary Sue tlfort 1Vorthj ,, , ,,..-327 4112 491 Raymond, Carol 4.-Xhilenej ,, ,,, 305,442-454-455 5 D Reasoiier. 3.1111 llilllil xylllllll Reaxes. Helen lean 1liLlINl Redd. lYilli11111 li. llllllllllllxkv 7 Rtilllllllll. Billie l11lYL'1'1lC 1SLlllll Klub 77 Reece. Dorolliy 1113111181 7 7 Reed. C-L1l1lL'l'l1lL' 1111111110 Reed. i.l.1111le "Buster" 1131111110 Reed. Daisy .xllll 11511-1111111 7 Reed. lloro1l1y 1x1ilNlJL'l1l'1l 7 Reed. ltllllllll Daisy 1151111110 Reed. loan 151111 .Xnlonioy R1-1-1. 7171111 111118 1l,llllgY1ClX'j Reese. Helen l,lll'l'l1lllL' 1l,4111ll1lY1D I Reese. 1111111111 1llAXlllQ0 Reeves. 11311111111 1SXX'CL'11VQ11L'l', Reeyes. 11111111 1filL'L'llXl11L'l 7 Reex es. llorolliy 11 i1Clllll'llC7 Reeyes. ll: Reey es. 71111 inglas 1 lerrellj nes XY.. lr. 1fi1ll'1llll1.1L'l 7 Reeyes. Nl3llX Rntli 1l'or1 111111111 777 Reid. Carol 1l11'N'1l1li Reininger. Nliriani 1lex11sC2ilyj 77 Renfro. Nl. RCllfl'0M'. 1 Barrett 1ciLll'l'011lUllD l.KCllllC111 1clU1'Sll'11llZlb 7 ,,,,,,,. 77 305 7.7 77300 77777305 7 77 7777-7 3-111 7777305 7 7 7.73-10 7 77 7 3-411-- 313-448- -4 48 450 21115 151 458 330-432-458 7. 7 280- 153.330 34 0 -425 - 7 77 3011-455- 340-428- 478 4711 300 -4 30 300 451 300 300 4-10 300 480 477 300 270 7 -2-7- Re11frow.N11's. lienneth 1N2llllYb 1CIorsi1a11aj 77777777 77 ,,,,,, 300 Renfrow. Ray 11.6011211115 777.7 ,,,,,. .77777 77 .77 . 77173-232-480 Ressling. Ricliard 1l'or1 .xfllllllb 77777777777 270-421-444 Reynolds. Billye 1l3l'XSUllj 77 ,,,,,,,, 7777340-428-450-458-408 Reynolds. Glenn L. lr. 11ryingj 7777 ,.., 7 777777 ,,,,, 7300 Reynolds. liennelli 1l'10l'CSllllll'gD 7 7 ff -- -- 7 7 340 Reynolds, Nlary 1.Xl1l21l'l11U, 7 777 340-430-480 Reynolds. Sl1irley 11521111185 H 777 2711 377 RllCll. Kno X 777777777 .77777 c 777777390 R1l1ll1ilS. XYayne 1.Xl1o1'dj 7777 - 230-410 Rhodes, xlllll 1l'or1 Xvllflllb 7 77777777 77777777777 7300 Rhodes, llillllilil 1Mi11eol11j 7. 7 77777 7 777 777 7777 77.777340 Rice, Rlllll Carolyn 1'lier1'ellj .7 7. 280-410-420-437-458 478 Rine. 'lierry 1l"o1'1 xvflflllj 7777.7 7.77.7 7 7 777777777313 Rich, C1llll'lCllC 1For1 1111111117 77 77.77307 Richard. 511111168 1l7lQlll1Sllll'CD 77777777 7 282-473 RlC1lZlfllS. jinnny L. 1For1 lvilflllb 'ff 340-408 Ricliards. 1'. 1Cliflonj 7 7777 7 777 77777 313 RlCll21I'1lS, Ri111111'1l 1cill1YCSl0llj 7777777 77. 7777280-301 RlClllll'i1Sllll, fi1l2ll'1CS XVClllOll 1Hawkinsj 7777 7 . 305 RlCll2ll'l1SIlll. .leanne 1l'or1 .Xfllllllb 77777 77.77300 400 Ricl1ardso11. jo .xllll 1Bowiej 77777 7777 300 RlLll1il'l1Sflll. xloe 1XIesqui1ej 77 7777777 7777 3115 Riclierson. Rudolph NI. 1fi1ClJl1l'llCJ 777 313 Riclse. Clliarles joseph. 1cil1lNCSlUllb 7 Riddels, .Xlice 111027117 77777777 77..7777.7 Riddle. Clliarles ffxllllllllllb 7777 7 7 777 Ridley.'lo1111 Indy 1111111115 7 77 77777 777 Rigney. 31121111121 leane 11fo1'l Worllij 7 77773-10 7 7777 3411 777 313 77 77 .1311 39:1 15111 . - 407 448 154 R11CY..xIl1l2l lo 1l're111onj 7 777.. 7 77340 377 Riley. George ll. 1fi2llIlCSN1l1CD 7 77 77777 280 Riley, He11rie1111 1131111117 777 7 340-402 Riley, 1,211 1il12lll2lSD 777 7 208-200-300-48-l Riley, 1,211 1lVCl11llg1UllD 77 77 7 7777 300 Rlfllilklll. Paul 1l"o1'l lVo1'1l1j 77 7777 77 777 77771110-328 Ribpy, 1'ally Rulli 1l'orl 1N'o11l1j 777 777 Riyeire, Iflllll l'. 11"or1 131011115 77777 7 Roane. Doris 1CL11i11esyil1ej 77777 RUZ1l'li,cilll11'1CS 1Be11u111o111j 77 Robbins. CIl1loe 11101110117 7 7 7 Roberson. Rrmllelsoll. 7 RolJC1'so11. lloyle 1Valley Nlillsj 7 lanelle 1V11lley Nlillsj 7 77 1111111 flllelnirnej Roberson. Linwood 1111111 11301110117 777 7 Roberts. Bobby .X, 11CXlll'li21lIll, .Xrkg 77 Roberts, IJ: Roberts, Gregory Lee 11321112187 7777777 7 7 Roberts. lack l.. 11for1 Worllij 7 Roberts. I Roberts. Q Iznnes 1111111111517 777777 lolin 1151111111 l,l'1lll'lCj 77 Roberts, Odessa 1l,llllllSj 7777 77 77 Rol1er1s,l'a11l111e Hllllllllllllj 77 7 llxflllly lixelyn 1Wills Poinlj 7777 110-328-430 77 77777 270 205-455 -402 402 480 1 7 3110 448 313 77300 77 77 300 7. 777150 105-403-425 7 7 328-414 77 7 7340 7 77 7 340-428 77777152 482 1711 - 480 300 7 7 777.300 451 1 -4 54 305 370 4112 370 R01lCl'lSUll,fillill'lCS 11321111185 77 RIlllClilSl1ll,JllC 143111010 7777 7777777777346 77 224-230-407 Robertson, qlolin 7777777777 7 7.77 7777 77777 7 777777 Robertson. Louis 1D11ll11sj 77777 77 777777777777 77305--102.425 Rol1e1'tson. Marion lilix11l1e1l1 1tL11i11esvil1ej 777 7777777 7777 Robertson. Robertson. Shirley 1Iryingj 777777 Roluinson. Bob 1111w1l Parkl 77 Robinson. lidward 11311112185 7777 Robinson. jean 1Big Springj 77 RUlJlllSUIl,xlOl1ll 1l,1lS1lLlCllll7 777 Robinso11.Aloe 1filll'I'0lllUllD 777 Rolminson. 3111111111 1Hous1onj 77 Robson, lislher 1l3llyl01VllJ Rodgers.B11rba1'a 1Hicoj 777 Roe. Clliarles 11'oolyil1ej 77 77 77 Rogers. Billie .Xnn 1filClJlIl'llCb 777 Rogers. Bob R. 1Gai11esvi1lej 77 Rogers. Cill11llCS 11121112185 77 Rogers. .1llIllCS..ll'. 1Leyi1aj 777 Rogers, jean 1fi2l1llCSYlllC, 7 Mary Gay 10lneyj 7777777777777 Rogers, Kallierine 1130111117 7777777777 Rojo, Carlos 11'or1 311111110 777.7 77777 7 Ro1111111. xvlllllllll Nlerritt fL21l1llJllS2l8j Romano, hlolinny 1C3l'2lllgCD 777777777 Ronrans. Betty -lane 1L2lllllD2lSL1Sb 77 Roinero. Louis. lr. 1Kerrvi11ej 77 1. 1.15. 1- 7777 7310- 777777777270- 7777153- -403 -400 408 -451 282 370 370 452 370 340 480 465 777141-313-448-458 346 370 270 777370 205 7777 204-408 283 77771112-103-340 313 7777 270-460 3115 777777 239-438 777. 320-433-450 L 2 7777340-451 Rorning. ci1l21SllllC 1Fo1'1 311011113 7 7777 7370 Rose. jenna ffililllllllllb 777777 .77 777370 Rose, Sylvia 11311112185 77777777777 77 7 7 7744-Y7 3413 Rosenstein. Rudy 1'11ylerj 777777777777 77777777313 ROSC1ll1l2ll, fi1l2ll'1CIlC 1Forl l'Vo1'll1j 7777.158-340-432 Rosers, Linday 1Wiel1i111 Fallsy 777777777777 7 7777 7 7 7777 323 Ross. Betty 11317521115 777777 77777 7 777777 7 7 777 77 370 Ross. Gloria Bernys 1Kl'l1lllD 777103-l15-205-410-410-420-472 Ross. Linnie 1131111115 .777777 77. 77777777 7777 7 777777 77370 Ross. Menda jane 1lJeK11ll1j 77 77777 77777 7 370 Routl. Sllllllllyfj Louise 1Dallasj 77 7 777777239 RUWC'l1,AI2lllll'C 1.X11s1i11y 77777 77777 7 270.-123.477 Rowland. Rena 1For1 Yviililllb 77 77777 7370 Roy. 1,211 11311111187 777777 77 7777 7 777777 4152 Royall, Bob 1l'lUllSl0IlJ 77777 7. 77 77777 77 7777 173.403 Ruffin. yloe llayid 1171111185 7777777 77777 7 370--155-486-491.492 Runibley. kllllli lidward 1C1ClJlll'llCD 158-150-330-400-414-422 Rlllllpll. l321l'lllll'2l 11321112187 7777777777 7777.77 7777 777777777270 Rllllyllll, Billy H. 171 CX2ll'liilll2ll 77 7777 7239 Rush. ll'CllC 101111711117 77 777777777 7 77777 370 Rushing, l,21ll'1Cl1l Ruth 1li11s1l111111j 77 7777 340-428 Russell. Beyerly 1lfo1't X-Vorl11j 77 7777 289.-1715 Russell. Caro 1.Xl1ile11ej 777777 777-283-403 Russell. klanies lf. 1xI2llllCSD 77 7777 7270 Russell. -1111111 joe 1G1'apevi11ej 777 777442 Russell. l'al 1XVeall1erfo1'dj 7777 777 777777 370 Russell. Rnsly 77777777777 7 7777l00.445.470 Rust. limlgar 1l1UCl'l1CJ 77777 777 777777 7773415 R11ll1er1'ord..'11111 1Gree11villej 77777 7777370-4815 Ru1l1erford, 11111111 1lv2lX2lll2lC1llC5 7 77777 7370 Rutledge. Larry 151111 Antonioj 77 77777 7777 7370 Rutledge. Lois 1Sl1ll .Xntonioj 77 7777 283-384-437 Rutledge, Rlionela 1NOCUll1lb 77 777777 346-428 Rutledge. Sara 1Da11asj 777777 77777 3 70 Rutledge. Slephen 1NIeree1lesy 77777 777 777 7777 7483 Ryall, Lessley .Xnn 1j2lSPCl'J 77777 7777346.33-1 Ryilll, CUIISUIIILC H1111 fxvlfllllil lfallsj 7.7. 7777 7265 Ryan. 'lwod 11Den1onj 777777777 77777 77 7777 77777777474 S Sa1leelxy.Rudo1pl1 11311112157 7777 SllgC.BC1l,kIl'. 1xl11ckso11vi1lej 777 Sagem. David 1G1'ee11y-'illej 7 Sager, llorolliy 1CIliftonj .77 S211Clll. Belly 15111121114 7777 Silllllklll. lirnesl S. 1Cl'2lIlCD 77 Salmon, Beyerly 1Linclenj 7777 SQIIIIIUUHS, George 1I.o11gyiewj 7 Sanipson. Don 11121112185 777777 777777370 7777 7283- 7.777340-377- 7. 777289- 404 340 280 477 280 377 400 370 Sanchez. .Xnclres G. 1CZorpus Christi1 Sanclers Sanclers Sanclers Sanclers . Bobbie 1C11eburne1 ..,,,v, . Frances Lee 1Center1 77 , Martha 1F1oyc1acla1 777 Richarcl 114ere11s1 Y,,,,,, 77 Sanclerson. Bernie 1ClUFl7llS Cl11risti1 . Sanforcl. Mary .xllll 11Vl1itesboro1 7.7 Sa11ls.Sa1n 1Denton1 ,eee, ,.7Y.ee Savage. Savage. Sawyer. Mary Louise 1Da11as1 ,,,, Reclmoncl 1VVC1Ill1CI'1iUl'L11 77 A1111 1Sl1CI'l1l2lll1 7 ,,,,e,.. 7 Sayles. lilizabeth 11XIeric1ia111 ,-.-7,,e SCIlFll0l'0llg11, Bill 1Mineral 1Vells1 77 Schaclecl. Don 11,2li1llC8ll11 7777 ,,,,, 7777 Sc' 11 aer. Henry 1Sea1y1 ..e, 77 Schafer. Clara 1Fort Worth1 7 Schafer. Max 1Mic1lanc11 ,ee.. Sclianl. 10111 1Da11as1 ,,e,. 77 77777 Scharf. Scherbe Scheler. Sc'l1in1el A1ea1111ette 1Dal1as1 7,,,,,,,,e r. George li. 1XYeatl1e1'forc11 777 317- '1-17 317 11111 . 'wi 1111111 L. 1Dallas1 ,,,......., 77 ,,,,, 77 7 pfenig. Susan 1111111101 e,.., 77 Schnitter. Mary Louise 1Dallas1 77777 Schober. john M. 1Ontonagen, Mich.1 Schofiel Scholz. cl, jerry 1Dallas1 ,,e,,,,,,,,, Ray 1San A11tonio1 .e,,, Schott. Dolores Marie 1Da1las1 7 Schreiber, Richaicl 11.aFeria1 ,e,e 77 Scliroecler. liclclie Roy 1Mc'G1'egor1 77 SC'11ll11l.A1C2ll11C 11Vichita Fa1ls1 e,e,, 7 Schulze. Doris Gail 1Mission1 777 Schwart I. licl. H.. jr. 111ot1ston1 77 Schwarl. Doris 1Mercecles1 ,,,,,A Scofielcl. Frances 1Da11as1 7 Scofie1cl.t1erry 1Da11as1 77 Scoggin. Inez 1DCl11S11l11 e,ee 18-111--414-4'1l 370- 147 ll 4-11 "05- 3011- 777 7 3711. 4411- 153 145 4511- 317 2113 347 7128. 120 150 of-H All 313 --1 3 I1 4 2 4 4 30 448 283 347 -1711 213 488 Scoggins. Ralph 1Corsicana1 77 7 7 77 Scogin, Robert 11'Vink1 e,,e, 77.7 Scott. Becky 1YVil1s l'oint1 7 77 Scott. Bryan 1K2lllfll1lll11 777 77 7777 Scott, Camille 1Greenyi1le1 77 7 7 77 77 77777 2113 377 Scott, Diane 1San S11ba1 777777 777111S- 1'0,-1'1t1-11S---1112 Scott. lilaine 1Brya111 7 7 7777 7 77777 Scott. jack D. 1fFulia1 777. 7777777 77 .7 305 Scott. Johnnie B.. -lr. 1Groesbec'k1 7 7 777 7 7 Scott. Martha 11v2lXLll1ilil11Q1 7777 7 08 283 11844 Scott. Mary 1Gl'8lDCl1lllil1 77777 Scott. Nancy Mae 1Borger1 7 Scott. Robert 1Groves1 7777 7777 7 Scroggii 1s.Yola11cla 1For1 XVort111 777 Seale. ,1one1l 1Bll1"1tlM'l11 77777777 7 Seaman, Searcy. Gloria 1l'1ai11riew1 7 Bill G. 1Banclera1 777 Searcy. Janette 1Center1 7 Sears. B 11clc1y 7.777 777777 777 Sears. XV. 1'. 1Hutc'l1i11s1 7777777 7 Seawrigln. Betty 1Valley Mi11s1 77 Seay. jc-11 1Smitl11ielcl1 7777 777777 7 Secrest. Seeker. Sei l xc-rt. Seibert. Byron D. 1Da1las1 77 Mar1i11 1Dal1as1 7777 .lane li. 111C1l101l1 77 Robert M. 1De11ton1 77777 Seiclenfielcl. jerry 1Roberstc1wn1 77 Self, Fritz 1Denton1 7777777.777777 Seller. Sellers, Sellers. k11111y 1A1yin1 77. 7777 7 jo Ann 1Gatesvil1e1 777777 Robert Dale 1Fort X1'orth1 7 Sellman. Nancy -1. 1Bric1gepor11 777 Sessions. Nell 11361110111 7777777 Settle, joe 1McKinney1 777 Settle. LaVerne 1H01lSlll111 777 Settle. Sewell. Sewell. l'atric'ia 1Gainesvi11e1 77 -Ian 1Dal1as1 7777 77777777 77 Margaret CI. 1N1Ul1l'111l111S1 117 313 121-1 347 386- 401 11111- HSS 4114 153 4110 7 270- 117111 41111 fees. iw. c'1f .109- 1 1 1.18 5.111 '1-17 C . .1811- 451 128 347 438 305 370 370 2115 401-1 402 4113 370 471 451 477 21411 51711 3311 4511 370 302 4511 451-1 100 4711 4713 473 425 476 370 21111 347 4112 4011 347 402 T113 12-4 3-47 458 3711 347 -4113 -1152 -105 2510 41111 2711 431 4013 370 1100 3711 448 4S1 4117 3711 444 280 21711 4771 370 438 44S 328 -474 3115 430 4114 2411 37171 370 418 328 35711 347 347 422 Sewell. Pat 1Iowa l'ark1 77777 77708-110-2110-T105--1011-41ti- Sexton. 110112101 1Hurst1 7 7 7777 77777 7 777 370 Seycller. Bexerlv 111ous1on1 777 777 7. 11474177 Sliaclaelforcl. Nornia 1B1Ul112lgllC1 77 321--1f1f1,15'S 100 Shaclicl. Darle11e 1x1L1,C1l111 77777777 11711-1811 1311 Shamlicl, I,aWa11cla 10111311111 77 7 i117-T177-128'-130 ISO Sl1211ilil'1', .X1111 1.ee 1San -11121111 77 7 f11f1-IHS Sl1Ll11LlliCl1. H. CI. 11111SU1l1 77 77 T117 Shannan. Howarcl 1De11to111 7 7 11111 Sharp, .Xlice 1.1111017110 1l1l1ico1 Y 370 Sharp. 1'll1lllllL'1l1 1Beclnille1 7 2S0 Sharp, Helen 1McCan1ey1 77 7 T1-17-1152 Sharp. Aloyce 1C1ra11e1 77 T170 Sharp. Robert S. 1X1ll1XllllllLl11L'1 2Sf1 301 Sl11ll1JC.Sl2ll1l1 Dale 1CZisco1 7 280 Shaw, Belly 1Re1l 011141 317 Shaw. Bob 11,o11gxic'w1 7 77 7 2811 108 Shaw. Alolene 1Slic1ell1 777 777 7 f - 317 Sliaw. Mary Margaret 1611111111111 77 7 317-11112-48-1 S11eL1rer.llarrol 1Mason1 7 77 77 77777 7777 77 77 7 777 7 371 Slzc-cts. Nlartlia Louise 1f11a11i1eC1ity. 111.1 7777 150-317--123 130 Sl1el'1'ie1-11. Cllyclc- 1k1asper1 7 777777777 77 7 7777 77 7 431 Shell. 111111111111 11101110111 7 7 7 -124 Shelton. l,ll11'1l'12l 1Fort 11Vortl11 77 371 Shelton. 1Villie 1,ee. 1Forney1 777 7 2-10 1f1S SllC171J1lI't1. Mrs. Bessie S. 111CI1ll1111 77 314 Sl1C1JlJL1l't1. Clletabel 11101110111 77 777777 7 317 Sliepparcl. Helen 11C1il11LC1 11011111111 777777 7 77 320 1513 Sliepparcl. .1lltilllCl111C Clllllllllltl' 11301110111 77 T147 Slrepparcl. Alinnnie Sue 1DallQ1s1 Yffffrf W 7 371 Sliepparcl. 1,ou 1Cilac1ewa1c-r1 777 7 411 Slltlilllllll. Wallame 11JCl11U111 77777 7 i1-17 Sherer. Margie 1.ea 1Gai11esxille1 77 77 7 7 280 Sl1Cl'1112l11.1711 1.Xll2llllll1L1 77 7 77 7 77 T1-17 Sherry, liemieth 1XfVeslaco1 280-4-44 174 Sherry. foe 11Veslaco1 7777777 7 111-1 Shipp. fllillorcl 10range1 77 7777 7 7 1128-41-4 131 Shirley. jack Richarcl 1Dal1as1 77 7777 212 T147 Shirley. xlll1'1L'11 1Dallas1 7777777 371 Shoeniaker. jay 1Rockwall1 77 7 2015 S1lUCI111llxC1', 1.onnie 1FllllC11S1 7 77 371 Short. .Xllen ii. 1lfort Xvibllllb 77 4 77 1171 Short. Bill 11lCXL11'lxllllll1 77 77 77 7 2Sf1-1-11541771 Short. Peggy 1l'aris1 777 4 7 2240 2170 Shotola. Bob 11r1'ing1 77 IBS 400 Sl1UIl111CliS,11L'l1 11301110111 7 7 371 Sl111ber1.Hc-lc-11 11innis1 77 7777 77 348 Shults. 1111111 16il1illi1o1hc-1 77 77 T171 iSl1l1l'l1L'1.l1U1'lC 1'l'u1ia1 777 77 12-1-270-f1S0-41.3-4-43--1S0-4S4 Sicles. 1i11i1l1 1x1lfll1111C1"1 7 77 777 77777 7 77 7 371 S1glC1'.X1111ll1l1C 1l'lano1 77777777 1171 Silxora. Flllen Mae 11Vlll11'lU111 77 7 . 7 11481170 Sills, x11111l111L' 1.1111 11301110111 7 240-A1118-472 1711 Silyer11ail.'1z1c1cie 1Dallg1s1 7 777777 7 7 T171 Simek. Dorothy 1Nlegargel1 7777 2142-1 511111111011 Gorclon 1.X11sti111 7 77777 2013 Sinimons. Mary Louise 1Clalclwe1l1 777 342-1 Sinimons, Rue 1111111 Bc-11111 7 777 7 305 1'11I11l11U11S.11111111121 june 1Dallas1 7 777 2171 Simms. 1121111110 111C111SUl11 777 7777777 7 7 371 Simon. lflllllll' 11'ort Necl1es1 77 77 152b34S.42SA-1I10-4130 Siinplains. Bob 1Nocona1 77777 7 7 777 7 7 fl-18 Siinpson. Grover 1Vernon1 77 77777 7 7 7 1:10 Simpson. I.aura jean 1Le1ellancl1 7 7 3110130 S1111lJSO11. Vauglin D. 1x1acksboro1 7777 7 7777777777 777 311 1118 Sirnpson. William C. "B111lc1y" 1l.ewisxi1le1 77 77 77 12111 Sims. Bob 11Yic'11ita Fa11s1 77 77777777777 77777 7 77 1118 Sims. -1oe 1Dallas1 7. 7777777777 777 IHS Sims, Mittie 1l'ort .Xl'l11l1l'1 7777 320--1f1'1 1110 Singletary. Marilyn 171711111171 77 77 111414711 Sisl4.Jo.X1111 1Weatl1erforcl1 7777777 7 7 7 7 11-18 1152 Sissom. Stanley I7. 111111111111 777777 77 7 777 77777 77 1148 Skiclmore. Geralcl 1Mt. VCFIIOII1 77 777 122-270--11:3-1111114184 Skichnore. 11111111110 1Gainesyil1c-1 777 7777 2S0---117--1211-4117 Skipsna. llse 1fiC1'111Li1l1'1 7777 77777 77 777472 Skogg. ,Xlfreml 1Borger1 77 .77715S 240 Slack. Perry 1De11ton1 7.77777777 77773117302 Slaugliter, .Xnne 1li11gewooc11 77 77 77371 52 Slaughter. litnilx t.XnnaB , 8 265-46"-472 888888 - . - Slaughter, Howard tliallasj 888 ,,,,,, ,...n,8W,lllll-fi43 Slaxitlc. john Philip tNlCllllJlllS, l'enn.y 888 IB8-328--llti--426-43--l Sletlge, Clharles R. tllallasj 88.888.88.882 A 348 Sloan. Harrx Leroy LSIJCLITIIILIIID 88 88,371 Sltnler. Betty ttlrahatnj 2 ffffffffff 37l Smart, Kenneth tliallasl 28. .l27-348-428 Smith, .Xlicc tljtllltllw .8 -2.8 U-. 240 Smith, .Xnna tliig Springl fffffff if 240 Snrith, Bettx tllallasl 88 . 371 Smith, liettx l.c-e Alissionj 8 270-462-476-488 Smith, liillx Ci. ttlornianj 8 8 22.822371 Smith, liillx joe tllallasj 8 88,8 371 Smith. liohhx Lee tlirysonj 888 8,837l-468 Smith, Connie t1.ongxiewj 888 888. 348 Smith, Dan Nl, tltainesyillej 888888888 348 Sniith, lk-nna Lane tl'rincetonj 8 140-289-458 Smith, lfretl N. tliilleenj 8 8, ffffff, 348 Smith. hene fl.LllllllLlllYb 88, 888 348 Smith. George I.. CNYhitneyj 8888371 Smith. llowartl XVayne Cllurlesonj 88 888837l Smith. lack Nl. tlktllasj 8 ,,,,,, 8 ,,,, 371 Smith, james 15. Wmreckenriclgej 88, ,.., 371 Smith. lanies H. qtirapeyinej ,1,,1 8888371 Smith. Ianies YYesley tVeraj ,,,, 8 888888888 305 Smith. Janet .Xclele CHoustony 8888 ,,,,,,, 8 ,,,,, 8158-328-439 Smith. lean tllallasj ,,.,,, 8888 88100122 218 314-377-416-426 5lllllll,'lCl'l'Y Nl. fllallasj 88 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 371 Smith, jesse fSangerj 88 8 ,,,,,,,, 446-465 Smith, Iewell tllentonj 8 205-416-426-442 Smith. .Ioe 5Alhanyj ,8..888 88888888305-407M Stnith. xloe li. fllallasj ,,,,,,, 88888407535 Smith, Johnnie Cl. tLon1etay .88 888305-400 Sntith. BIUIIC tSan .Xntonioj 888 888371-462 Snrith, Kenneth fllallasj ,,,, 888199-348 Sniith. Luella fSaint joy 888 4,,, 348 Smith. Lurlinc Clilectraj 88 2,8 314 Smith, Nlarlene tliryarip ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 72 Srnith. Natalie Joyce tSoniersetj 88 -2. 328 Smith. Patsy tXVelIingtonj 88888 88888372 Smith. Patsy tWellingtonj 111,1111 888153-372 Sinith, Veggie .Io tXVichita Fallsj 88 88.314-377 Sniith. l'eggy Olene fllentony ,,,, 888 88 32l Smith. Raymond Klientony 66666 ,.,, 372 Smith, Richarcl CI. Vlexas Cityj 888 I98-201-283-489 Fmith. Rohert Ci, tllallasj 66666666 ,,,,,,,,,, 1 372 Sniith, Rotnie Glen Wort .Xrthurj 88 88, ,,,, 8348 Smith. Shirley rllentonj 8888 ,Y,,YY1 Y,YYY,Y,YA 3 72 Smith, Vetl tlexas Clityj 888, ,,,,,, 888 IQ8-201.480 Smith, 'l liomas fQuincy, lfloriclaj 888 88888 YYYY ,372 Sniothers, Ioanne tlfort Worthj 888 8888 372 Smyth, ,Xuhrey fH2llilb 888888888 888314-399 Snaxely, Bill tklcliinneyj 88 8888.418 Snell, Sally .Xnn flattkinj 88 8 Arrfrr 8 372 Sniclcr, Sanclra fliorgery 888888888888 Snodgrass. S. Charlene Ulegargelj 88 Snow, Billy li. flikllllllyp 88888888888 Snow, XN'illian1 fllentonj ,..... . Snytler. klllll tShreveport. Lag 888 Snyder, Nancy fxlatkshoroj 88. Sonnners,.Xualrey fNavasotaj 88 88888 372-486 888 348-428-477 240 283 348 88888888888468 888888 81173305--isa 8888:so5-424.426-448 8888888 305-470 187-372 Sorrels, Norma tklnnisy 888 ,,,,,, 8 Soutler, Xlary Virginia tLongx-'iewj 888 8 South, Cecil tXVilniery ,,,,,,,,,, 8 Spangler. Gloria CDaIlasj 88, Sparkntan. llorothy tllallasj 888 8 Sparknian, Donald Mtlantaj 888 ,,,,,, 88 Sparknian Sparlxni Sparkni an, l,. D. tllentonj ,88888 8888888 an, Roy tliainesvillej 118888 Sparks, Bill KSan .Xngeloj 88' Sparks. Iiohhy tllentonj "-88 Sparks. Corky ,,,,,,, 8 ,,,,,, 88 Sparks, I,. Q., KSan .Xngeloj 88 Sparks, Mary Hiathisj 88888888 Sparks, Rohhie Ella tklathisj 88 . Virginia Knight tflarthagej 8 88383-471 8 88348 8 305 283 888 88.8240 88, 88240-4:18 8 ..,. 888.473 372 4-ll 8 88 283-399 8888 372-464-486 88 ,,,,, 8348 Sparks. Rohert L. QFOrt Wlorthj 888 Sparks. X Sparks, X Villiani C. QSan Angeloj 88 Villiani l'. CFort NVorthj 88 Spears. liclwarcl qhlaypearlj ,,,,, Speck. D elvin Qfiortnanj ,,,, 88 Spell, Marilyn tliallasj ,,,,,,, Spelhnan. jutly fSan .-Xntonioj 88 Spencer. Spenn y. Richard ql'ittshurgj 88 Ann tllising Starj 88 Spiller. james tjackshoroj 88 Spitler. jinnny fllallasj ,,,,, Spitzer, Norma fOld Gloryj 88 8 Spivey. Sally fl'rairie Hillj ,,,,,, 8 ,,,,,,, Splaingarcl, Clement .-X. qC1ollinsville, Ill.j 88 Spracklet Spracklet 1. lfloytl fX'V6killlCl'l'0l'Llb ,,,, 8 ,,,, 1, Patsy tweatherforclj Spratt. Sammy tSangerj ,,,,,,,,, Spratl. William D. tl'ittshurgj 88 Sprouse. Spalding. Spangler Harlow Wegaj ,,,,,,,,,, . Gloria jeanne fDallasj 88 Squihh, Charles E. fDallasj ,,,,,, Staggs, l iohhy Olissionj 88 8 Stahl, Selhy tl-Ioustonj ,,,,, Stallings. Louis fBig Springj 888 88 Stam per. Bill Wort Arthurj ,,,,,,,,, Stanherry, Cl. ml. CRio Grande Clityj Stanclarcl. Dorothea tHenclersonj 88 Stantlerler. Catherine tlleiifigcgiiy 888 Stanclifer, Phillis Qwhiteshoroj , , Stantlley, Mary Ellen tlylckinneyj 88 Stanfill. Stanley. Stanley. Stanley. Stanley. Stanley. Stanley. Stanley. Stanton. Gayle fGainesvillej e,,,e,, Bohhie jean fl'ottsvilleQ 88 Doris Virginia fllentonj 888 Forest f.-Xtlstinj ,,,ee.,, 8 jackie tllallasj e,.., 'lf fNew Bostonj 88 Nlary Joyce tlientonj 88 Mary Lynne tDallasy 88 Michael tllallasj 88888 Stapp, Frank tNewcastleQ ,,,e,,e,e iliillllllllb' Sue fShernianj 888 Stark, Harlin NN-'alter Ciiainesvillej 888 Stark. M rs. Patricia tfiainesvillej 888 Stark. Patsy tQt1itaquej e,,,e,e. Stark. Rohert ffirapevinej 888 Starling. Starnes. Starnes, l'e'gy t8eminolej 888 Charles Ckclinhurgj 88 licltlie Lee Cl'etroliab 88 Starr. Winnie Mae tDentonj 88 Steecle, Carolyn qSan Antonioj 88 Steenhergen, Gwen fliallasj ,Ae. Stein. Rohert ffjalvestonj 88 Stephens, Alyis P. tliecaturj 88 8888 283-473 8888314- 283- 27l- 8 8fQQ55fJ.l159'- 8,8 l59- 888 372- 289 330 372 289 372 478 396 490 468 348 458 372 328 305 314 428 283 8 8 88 348-480 348 348 289-473 372 172 289 289 8882. 271-488 888 265-470-486 888888888475 372 8888328-432 271 289 283 372 271-472 372-453 320 372 8888305 465 305 348 372 348 8888314-384 289 8888348 283 372 8888 348-380 888,289-392 888. 240-418 Stephens, Ava Lee tljallasj ,,,,2 8888372 Stephens. Harold fliclinhurgj e.e... ..,. 3 48 Stephens, Kenneth U'VhitesIJoroj 888 frr. 348 Stephens. Patricia Cfirahatnj ....... .,., 3 48 Stephenson, Jeanne tlfort N'Vortlij ,,e.A, e,,, 3 48 Stephes, jane Carolyn twichita lfallsj 22.2 348 Stevens. Lleanne fDallasj ............ .... 8 888372 Stevens, Sharon tLufkinj eee,Aeeeee.e ee.ee 3 48-471 Stevenson, Eclwarcl NV. tBurkhurnettj 888 88.265-400-440 Stewart, Carolyn tGatesvillej ...... .e.e. 3 05-447 Stewart, Doris Ann tlballasj 88 .t,t,,... 372 S'tewart,.Ecl. fjackshoroj 88 888348-468-493 Stewartallillen fhflansfielclj 88 ......,.- 372 SteWart,, Frances fDen tony ..e,., ,.2. 3 48-458 Stewart. janieas. flfort Wforthj 88 .,8,,,, 372 Stewart, james E. tLeeshurgj 88 2--. 283-473 Stewart, jo tliatnayj 888888888888 8888 2 89 Stierherg, Grace Ann flelarlingenj 888 8888348 Stiles, Kirhy Glen tllallasj 8888888 888 8888888 372' Still, Pat tDallasj 8888888 8 8888888 888888888888888 3 48 Stine, Jo .Xnn tQuanahj 88888888888 8888265-383-464-478 Stinson,,Gwendolyn ffirand Prairiej 88 St. johlrifeggriii a tAhilene5 888888888 88888888152- 372 372 Stampley, Richard fBoycey - ,.., Stockard. Carl C. fLake Dallasy ,, Stockdale, Eugene fDaIlasy ,,,, Stockton, David M. tlilectray , Stoll. Ralph Milton qDallasy ,, Stone, .Xnn fHarlingeny ,,, Stone, lid N. tDallasy ,4,, ,, Stone, K. Douglas tI.aFeriay ,, Stone. Patricia fllallasy ,... Stone. Patti fDallasy ,,,,, Storrie, Anne j. fllentony ,, Story, Robert M. flrvingy ,,,, Stout,jerry Dale tGainesvilley ,, Stout, Louis flvilmery ,,,,.,,, Stout. Melton fRinggoldy ,, Stover. Betty jean fDentony ,, Strader, jerry fGainesvilley ,.,,,, Straughan, Martha tMcKinneyy ,, Straughan, Otis tllallasy ,. a,,.,. Streetman. Nancy tHoustony ,, Stremmel, Alvin fl-Ioustony ,,,,, Strickland.Areland tRedwatery ,,, Strickland, Benny tMcKinneyy .. Strickland. Clayel fM'inky ,,,, Stricklin.-jo Ann Mbileney ,, , , Stringfield. Shirley t.Xthensy ,,,c,,,, Strongsky. Harry CBurgettstown, Pa.y ,,, Stroop, Fred King tlVaxahachiey , Stroope. jack tSt. Louis, Mo.y ,,, Stroud. Patsy flfort Worthy ,,,,, Strube. lillen lfaye fDallasy ,,, Stuart. Marcia tDentony ,,,, Stuart, jim fBrownsboroy ,,, Stucker, Mary jean tDallasy ,, Stults. Patsy tDallasy . .,.,.e Sturch. jack fDallasy ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Sturdevant. Marjorie Nell tllentony ., Sturman. Milton tDalIasy ,,, ,,,,, Stuteyille, Charleen tVan .Xlstyney ,,, Stuteville. Kenneth L. tVan .xlsty-no , ., Suggs, jane tAbileney LLLL , LLLL . ,,, Sullivan. Edward 4'McKinneyy ,,,,, , Sullivan. john B. tSan Antonioy ,,,,,,,,,, Sullivan. Mary lilaine tOntonagon, Micb.y Sullivan, William j. tMandan. N. Dakotay Sumner, Louise tltascay LLLLLLL ..eL. . ,,,, Sutton. jimmie Frank tNolanvilley .. Sutton. jolm tShermany L,,,, . ,,, Sutton. Patricia Ann tDallasy ,. Swain, jim tDallasy ,,,,,,,,,, , Swan, Patil Darrell tllhillipsy ,, Swann, Mlendell E. fHOllSlOl1y ,,,, ,, Sweat. Zora Mae tColorado Cityy ,,,, Sweatman. Carol Len tFort Wlorthy , Sweeney, Norma tltascay ,,,,,,,,, Swick. jo Ann tMidlandy ,,,, Swindle, Marcy jo CAbileney , Sybert. Bill G. CMuleshoey ,,, Syler, jimmy CShermany ,,,,,,, t Tldior, Jolui Il tFort XVorthy ,, Tackitt. Betty jo tl?anhandley , Taite. Billie fHendetsony ,,, Taliaferro, Doyle tDentony ,, Tankursley. Maxine tParisy ,,,, .- Tannahill, 'Buddy tlfort Worthy ,, Tapp. Cena. tSulphnr Springsy ,,,, Tarver. Evelyn tDentony fv-, , Tarver, Naotrii tDentony ,,, Tate, Anna Rose fwacoy ,,,,,,, , ,,, 372 27I , ,,,, ...372 ,. . 27 I -476-484 ,. .,,349-407 .. ,, ,,,, ,l59 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,328 ,,,, l58-330-403-435 349 , ,,3-I9-386 , , , 306-448 ,,,,372 ,,,,372 ,,,,372 ,,,,,372 ,,,349-486 ,, , ,, ,,, ,,-167-495 ,,, ,349-428-477-490 ,,,, ,372 ,, , ,152-372-455-486 270 ,,--289 ,,,.3l4 372 ,, ,,372 ,,, 321-380 ,,,,l90 ,,,,31.l .. , ,..473 283-450 462 ,,, ,373 ,,,l73-186 ,-,,3o45 P-A ,. ,-3f5 , ,,,, 444 , . .349-448 373 283 ,, ,,, 349 IB"-373 , .,,349 , ,,3-I9 ,,, . --240 283 . ,,,300 , . ,,,283 .. ,349-435 , .,,,, ,,.,.,. 373 ,,27l-407-455-486 .,,,,,,,,,,,373 ,,, ,,,,,,, I72-186 , , , 328-432-448-458 ,,,,, ,,., ,,,373 , ,,373 ,,,,-T58 H349 ,,,.3l4 ,,,-373 ,,, . 271 -444-450-451 ..,,-373-480-482 , ,,,,,,,, 373 ,,,349-444-474 ,,,306-4l7-442 ,,,,,, 349 ,,,,373 ,,,. 373 ,,,,,,, 349 ,,,,. 283-386 Tate, David M., jr. tClarksvilley 22, ---349-428-490 Tate, Margaret CMarliny ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 06.384 Tatom, Clayton fMonahansy ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, 453 Tatum, jim fFort Worthy ,,,, Taylor, Alma Sue fSaginawy ,,, ,,,,,,, , , , . 265 -400-416-420-421-490 I02-320-431-433-456 Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. 'I aylor. Taylor. Taylor. 'I aylor. Taylor, 'I aylor. Taylor. C. john t'I'empley , Dan tllallasy ,,,,,,, Delores jan wt-mfmy , .. lilaine tBeaumonty , Genevieve fQuanahy Clen fSweetwatery , jan fllallasy f , jerelyn tklhensy .. joe tlfort xvm-my . june t.Xtbensy ., . Patsy tPutnamy ,,,,,, ,,,,, Peggy listber tlfarmersvilley Robert D. tl.ewisyilley ,, 'Iheola tllallasy ,,,,,,, 'I aylor, lVanda jean tBroyvnwoody Teague. Teague, Charles tSbern1any ,,,,,, Roy mtmtmy ,,, , 'leal. jlltlllllil fliallasy wwf, I easley. Het-by tlfort M'ortby ., Ieat. Barbara tlfort yvm-my , 'I emple. 'I ennyso Termin. Frank M. fDentony n. Charles Mustiny .,, Billie jo tDallasy ,,,,,,, Ierry. Catherine tlfort M'orthy ,,, 'l"erry. Danny lCorpus cum-istty ,, lbarp, Laurene ctirandfallsy ,,, Thetford. .Xlvin K. tl.ewisvilley . Thedford. Billy tBryson y ,,, ilhedford. Charlie twacoy ,,,, 'Ibetl'ord, Louise tl..ewisvilIey , Thesses. Tllicle, joyte tYoakumy ,,,, ,,, Dorothy tl7ort l'l'orthy , Thigpen. janet tlexarkanay .. Thomas. Carole tllallasy , ,,,, Thomas. Mrs. Coris tBowiey ,, ,,,, Thomas, lidward R. tlfort Smitby Thomas. I bomas. Thomas. 'I bomas. Clenna tDentony ,, ,,, jack tliallasy ffyf 7 if y ,, jatk C. tCrystal Springs. joretta tjoy ttlayugay , Thomas. Mary Mlvaradoy ,,, ,,, Thomas. Marv jean tMcliinneyy ,,, Thomas. Mary jo tDentony ,,,, 'I bomas. Thomas. Tbomast Robbie fMemphis, Tenn.y Yvonne tChillitothey ., mn. Richard W. tHarlingeny Tbomerson. yyalter tChristovaly . 'l bompson. Dale tlfort Worthy .,,, Miss.y I99-2 0l-21I- .IS2 .. ISII 34Il-4l8- 27I-447 3211-1145- I7 408- l2l-27l , , , 349 423- ,. I:m8- ,I00 330-380 Thompson. james N., jr. tChickasha. O' Thompson. jean tDallasy , ,....,. ., Thompson. Murrelt Beltony Thornton, Beth tMalakoffy ,, Thornto Thornto n. Dana tCiscoy , ,,,,,, , n. Bston tlfort Worthy ,,,,,,, kl.i.y Thorp, Flossie Sue ""l'otsy" f'l'hrockmortony Thorpe. 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