University of St Thomas - Summa Yearbook (Houston, TX)

 - Class of 1958

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THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE BASILIAN FATHERS PRESENT THE 7777177773 77 377737737277. .7. 77 , 7 . 33777373. 77 ,3 777 X03797 76 743377577577 X , 74 3 3.77 7 7 7 77 77. 73113777 77 777 7737 ., 77377377733733 77737773377773.73774377 7774777777 77777 3.7 3777 77 377, 77 .37 77 3 77 773 777 3777 7.33777 3 7 7.3777373, 7777 77.37177 7 77. 7 . 777.7. 77,7 7. 3777 7377 ..7 777 377133 7.3 7.37137 7 77 7 73x74 7 77737777 37773373 77773 77777 .. .7777 3.77 77337777737 23777. , 777977773. 74777737777 77777 7777. 7377773377, 7733,7737 733777.737 . 37A7 .3 .7 7773753 7777737377773 7373 7773.73 7 7 77.27773 77733777 77337777, 377.. 77 37 , 73777.3... 773777777 7373777377.. 33777737777377 77 3.7777377, 37777733777 Q7, 17x3? .77 777 7773,7337 7.777 7 SAINT BASIL THE GREAT Patron of the Basilian Fathers DEDICATION With the petition that he ask Godts Blessings for our University and Goch Love for the faculty and students, we reverently dedicate this book to the Patron Saint of the Basilian Fathers, Saint Basil the Great. 29,z22 22 22512? 2 22 22x22 ,2, 22222522222 gK2K272, 92 x 2x , 3222;, . 22X , , , S $3 a x 252 L 22 2 , , , . . 222V? , 2K 2x L , . 22s . f 22. $22 $22,529 2 25245222 xx xx 22, 2v, 2?, 225292 ,2 2M2 Q x, 72222222 232 , , L 22995222 732 2222:: ,x x 42523.22 22 22 $223229 x2 . 9 2w ,v 2s ,. 292092922 22 c .x , K 2222;, xx? 2w 5 , x722 Q x229 224$ 2x122 D.D., S.T.D., BISHOP OF GALVESTON 3 THE MOST REVEREND WENDELIN J NOLD R m I' ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY ywwmmmwwhwm REVEREND V. J GUINAN, C.S.B. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE The percentage of its alumni Who go in for graduate degrees and certificates of various kinds is usually regarded as a fair index of the success of a college. It is the duty of a liberal arts institution to convince its students that the countries of the mind are menis proper habitations. The typical university product should enjoy and naturally exercise all his powers of thought. He is thus more fully human. But even college graduates have been known to relapse; have been known, in practice, to deny their rational heritage; have been known to adopt the lethargic mooning method of existence as preferable to the strenuous and exacting mode demanded of them by their experience. Most, indeed, Who do not continue formal study do not fall into this class; but those who do continue, make public proclama- tion, as it were, that they intend to enter upon a way of life Which scorns to avoid the difficulties and fatigues involved in keeping their intellectual faculties at stretch. They have learned how to enjoy using their minds and are not about to be Cheated out of that pleasure. REVEREND E. LEONARD RUSH, C.S.B. Vice-President of the University Professor of Modern Language B.A., University of Western Ontario M.A., Columbia University Certificat d,Etudes Superieures, University of Paris Ph.D., Universite Laval REVEREND JOHN D. SHEEHY, C.S.B. Registrar of the University Professor of Education B.A., University of Western Ontario M.A., University of Michigan REVEREND FRANCIS E. MONAGHAN, C.S.B Bursar of the University Instructor in Music B.A., University of Toronto A.T.M., Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Music Graduate Studies, Pius X School of Liturgical Music REVEREND EDWARD SULLIVAN, C.S.B. Dean of Men Professor of Philosophy B.A., University of Toronto M.A., University of Toronto L.M.S., Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies Ph.D., University of Toronto DOCTOR EVELENE PETERS Dean of Women Professor of Sociology B.A., Connecticut College Graduate Studies, Georgetown University Ph.D., University of Berlin REVEREND EDWARD G. LEE, C.S.B. Dean of Studies Professor of English B.A., University of Toronto M.A., University of Chicago Graduate Studies, University of Chicago REVEREND PATRICK O. BRADEN, C.S.B. Associate Professor of Physics B.S., Rice Institute M.S.V Texas University Graduate Studies, Uni- versity of Teronto MRS. JOANNE ARMSTRONG Lecturer in French Diploma, State Teachers' College, Vienna Diploma, French Literature, Sorbonne M.A., University of Utah Studies at Internacional Academy, Saltillo Doctoral Candidate, University of Houston MARY MARGARET AUER Instructor in Physical Education B.S., University Of Houston M.Ed., University of Houston REVEREND ALFRED P. CAIRD, C.S.B. Professor of Theology BA, University Of Ontario M.A , University of Toronto Ph.D., University of Toronto REVEREND JOSEPH B. COURTNEY, C.S.B. Assistant Professor of Theology BA, University of St. Thomas S.T.B., St. Michael's College Graduate Studies. University of Houston REVEREND VICTOR B. BREZIK, C.S.B. Associate Professor of Philosophy BA, University of To ronto M.S., University of T0- ronto L.M.S., Pontifical Insti- tute of Medieval Studies Ph,D., University of Toronto REVEREND HUGH J. HAFFEY, C.S.B. Professor of Education BA, University of T0- ronto M.A., University of La- val Ph.D., University Of Ottawa Graduate Studies, C0- lumbia University, New York Univer- sity GEORGE H. DUBAY Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., Loyola University M,A., Loyola University OUIDA GRAY Artist in Residence BS. in Art, Columbia University The Diploma, Institute Piux XII, Florence DOCTOR GEORGE A. KNAGGS Assistant Professor of Education A.B., Southwest Texas Teachers College M.Ed., University of Houston Ed.D., University of HOuston DOCTOR LEON KRAINTZ Instructor in Biology B.A., Harvard University M.A., Rice Institute Ph.D., Rice Institute RAYMOND JOSEPH KELLY Professor of History M.A., Columbia Uni- versity Graduate Studies, C0- lumbia University REVEREND R. E. LAMB, C.S.B. Dean of Studies Profasor of History B.A., University of Western Ontario M.A., University of Toronto Ph.D , University of Ottawa DOCTOR ALMA LOXWE Instructor in Fine Arts and English B.A., Texas Christian University M.A., Texas Christian University Ph.D., Rice InstitutC a . kvwfhnfa . -u ' Na J x 2e; .n M... iv .v 4W1?" w: h'. via $ :9: "tn. N. w DOCTOR WILLIAM R. MCKEE Professor of English B.A., Wooster College M.A., Georgetown Uni- REVEREND JOHN WK MEYER, C.S.B. Librarian BA, University Of Western Ontario versity , I '1 g b A.B.L.S., University of Ph.D., Catholic Uni- . L , ' R'Iichigan versity of America V I V , A.M.L.SA, University of , " ' , ' ' , ' Michigan REVEREND JOSEPH L. MEYERS, C,S.B Professor of Biology BA, University of erstern Ontario M.A., Wayne University Graduate Studi'es, University of Texas LAWRENCE E. MIGGINS Instructor in Physical Education BA, Univasity of Saint Thomas JOHN POST Lecturer in Economics B.S., Columbia Univer- sity LL.B., Columbia Uni- versity REVEREND JOHN C. O'DONOGHUE, C.S.B. Assistant Professor of Modern Languages B.A., University of Toronto M.A., University of Toronto DOCTOR A. J. PELLETIERI Director of the Reading Clinic B.A., Peabody College , M.A., Y.M.C.A. Graduate School of Nash- Ville Ph.D., Y.M.C.A. Graduate School in co- operation With Vanderbilt University and Peabody College REVEREND LEONARD C. QUINLAN, C.S.B. Professor of Economics BA, University of Toronto M.A., University of Toronto Graduate Studies, University of Chicago JUNE M. ROETHLISBERGER Assistant Librarian B.A., Hillsdale College B.S., Catholic University of America M.A., University of Michigan REVEREND J. GARETH POUPORE, C.S.B. Professor of English B.A., University of To- ronto M.A., University of To- ronto LOUIS C. SWILLEY Reference Assistant Library Instructor in English B.A., University of St. Thomas Graduate Studies, Rice Institute REVEREND WILFRID C. SHARPE, C.S.B. Professor of Classical Languages B.A., University of Toronto M.AW Catholic University of America S.T.B., Catholic University of America Graduate Studies, University of Chicago DOCTOR JAMES T. SULLIVAN Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., Providence College Ph.D., Catholic University of America REVEREND LESLIE J. VASEK, C.S.B. Professor of Physics BA, University of Toronto M.A., University of Toronto Ph.D., University of Toronto JOHN R. voss Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., University of Notre Dame M.SH University of Illinois Graduate Studies, University of Colorado LESLIE HAZLETT THACKER Instructor in Account- ing B. A., Sophie Newcomb College M.A., Tulane Univer- sity C.P.A. ical ty of Texas Phys Educat iversi B.A., Un 1cago FRANK WOMACK Instructor in ion ity of Ch IVCIS DONALD L. 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CIRINCIONE Prejident m: ,z ' L LAURA LOU COF F EE MW Vice-P1'eJid672f $1;, MA 'A s ' m Qowmyzivmwx w VyW WWW ifww DOLORES OZUNA Secretary HERNDON WILLIAMS Treamrer The Student Council, as the governing body of the Student Association of the University of St. Thomas, acts as the official representative of the Student Body, making its views articulate on matters directly affecting campus student affairs and caring for its best agencies and other campus student organizations. It organizes and directs the extracurricular activities of the student body and petitions the faculty regarding matters of common interest? The governing board is composed of four elected officers, fOur class presidents, representatives from the Athletics Association, Publications De- partment, N.F.C.C.S. and a Social Representative who plans and makes arrangements for the major social events of the school year. For Faculty Ad- visor, the 1957-58 Student Council was indeed fortunate to have Rev. Joseph B. Courtney, C.S.B. This particular Council will be remembered for having revised the Con- stitution 0f the Students Association. The greatest change arising in the method of balloting from the Preferential System to the Simple Majority Vote for the election of officers and members of the Student Council. Clauses concerning the impeachment and suspension of Council officers and members were added as was the stipulation of possessing a Student Activity Card to be eligible to vote in any Student Council elections. REV. JOSEPH B. COURTNEY, C.S.B. Faculty Advimr FIRST ROW: Rev. J. B. Courtney, C.S.B., Faculty Advisor; Dolores Ozuna, Secretary; J. B. Cirincione, President; Laura Lou Coffee, Vice-President; Herndon Williams, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mike Hall, Freshman Class President; Jim Derden, Sophomore Class President; Joe Colvin, Junior Class President; Don Carlton, Senior Class President; Myrna Lamping, N.F.C.C.S. Representative; Mary Cooney, Publications Representative; Larry Gillespie, Social Representative, NOT PICTURED: Tommy Jung, Athletic Representative succeeding Robert John White; Helen Jo Ryan, Second Vice-President. REV. JOHN C. O'DONOGHUE, C.S.B. Faculty Advisor N.F.C.C.S. BOARD SEATED: J. B. Cirincione, Student Govern- ment Commission Chairman; Nancy Chau- vin, Regional Vice-President; Myrna Lamp- ing, Senior Delegate; Vince OBrien, Mar- iology Commission Chairman; Mary Lou Green, CURA Representative. STANDING: Ann Brown and N. E. Venza, Co-Chairmen of Regional Forensics Commission; Tex- erator Editor, Bobbie Caviness and assist- ant Helen Foley. N.F.C.C.S. The National Federation of Catholic College Students is a federation of which every student is a member and which seeks to perfect the student life on campus by coordinating the co-curricular and extracurricular ac- tivities. The N.F.C.C.S. is not a campus club but only an agency which tries to help the existing Clubs by giving them unity and furnishing com- munication with other colleges. This year marking its 20th anniversary, the N.F.C.C.S. presented a challenge of Truth to the Catholic College student to realize the necessity of absorbing the truth in his classes, of living it in every phase of his life, and of influencing others with it. On our campus this year, the students showed an active interest and par- ticipated in the programs of the Rosary Club, the Nocturnal Adoration So- ciety, and also in the Pre-Cana Conferences which were held during Lent. St. Thomas University was host in November for the Texas Regional Congress, and in February representatives journeyed in the red school bus to San Antonio for the Student Government Workshop. April marked the College Speech Tournament at St. Thomas University sponsored by the .Regional Forensics Commission which was seated on our campus. The N.F.C.C.S. board carries on the official business and is composed of representatives from each campus organization as well as the Commission chairmen. The Board is represented on the Student Council by the Senior Delegate. AQUINAS HONOR SOCIETY? To qualify for the Aquinas Honor Society a stu- dent must not only attain a iiB" average for the se- mester but must also have participated in extracur- ricular activities. The primary object of the society is to encourage high scholarship and to further the intellectual pursuits of the student. It is for this rea- son that the society sponsors a scholarship Which is given to a deserving student each year. Certificates are given to qualifying students, and a key to those retaining membership for six semesters. These awards are presented at the annual Spring Banquet. e DOCTOR WILLIAM R. Family Adviyor OFFICERS - FIRST ROW: Jim Farge, Vice-President; Herndon Williams, Presi- dent; Margaret Jeter, Secretary-Treasurer. FIRST ROW, top to bottom: Sally Rich- mond, Maria Regan, Annette Barnes, Mary Ellen Licci, Pat Landers, Margarita Madrid. SECOND ROW: Charlie Krohn, Tim Ma- roney, Pat Gibbons, Pat Anderson, Helen Foley, Annette Dworsky, Bette Uroda. THIRD ROW: Don Carlton, Vince O'- Brien, Bill Gibbons, Nick Parigi,'N. E. Venza, Jim Derden, Oscar Celli, Lee But- ler. xxvv-fo mW'W s M wwnww W New WA WA. WM WM is 7 t , y t e , W-wmfwyi HOLY NAME SOCIETY FIRST ROW: Father J. L. Meyers, J. B. Cirincione, Larry Ross, Bill Mahoney, William Byrne. SECOND Harold Klein, Jim Duffy, Fred Young, DOn Heerensperger, Don Kronenberger. THIRD ROW: Tom- my Jung, Vincent O,Brien, Bill Gibbons, Reilly Venza. FOURTH ROW: Russell Garcia, Mike Benz, Pat Gib- bon's, Nick Parigi, Lee Butler. FIFTH ROW: Charles Krohn, Sam Sacco, Jim Tucker. wwtm Aw ,t Bill Gibbons, Marshal; Jim Tucker, Treasurer; Pat Gibbons, First Vice-President; Sam Sacco, Sec- retary; Charlie Krohn, President. Not pictured: Bob Becker, Second Vice-President. REV. J. L. MEYERS Faculty Adviyor uBLESSED BE GOD, BLESSED BE HIS HOLY NAMEtt The primary objectives of the Holy Name Society are the honor and glory of God and the personal sanctification of its members. In pursuance of these objec- tives the members practice frequent recep- tion of the sacraments, especially the monthly reception of Communion in a body, and veneration of the Holy Name of Jesus. As secondary objectives the members of the society this year participated in the Christ the King celebration, the Houston District Holy Name Union, and the Di- ocesan Council of Catholic Men Conven- tion. The members also furnished servers for the daily masses on campus, and Sun- day masses at the Veterarfs Hospital. 4 KW t $ W wa, '- tvl W t vy , w x Q$ VA SODALITY OF OUR LADY LEFT TO RIGHT: Marianne Niquette, Janet Kingham, Kathy Strieber, Dorothy Williams, Linda N. E. Venza, Tommy Doningue, Geraldine Larke, Barbara Brophy, Margaret Porter, Carol Kane. ttTO JESUS THROUGH MARY" The Sodality has for its mottOettTo Jesus through Mary." It strives to attain this end by means of self sanctification, sanctification of neighbor and the defense of the Church. In order to enlighten and strengthen its- embers the Sodality reviews Catholic periodicals and then discusses them at the eetings. Other projects include the fos- ering 0f the daily rosary, posting the legion of Decency list, and the annual I ay crowning of the Blessed Virgin. LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Brophy, Secretary; Tommy Domingue, Prefect; Kathy Strieber, Vice- Prefect; Linda Gavin, Treasurer. R. E. LAMB, C.S.B. Faculty Adrimr AMERICAN STUDI ES CLU B American Culture today will only be interpreted by drawing on its foundations in the past. It is t.he endeavor of this club to examine that lit- erature that has been representative of American cul- tural striving. An interest in history, and an appreciation of lit- erature is combined in informal discussions Of each work. Among this year's collection of studies were THE SCARLET LETTER, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, AS I LAY DYING, by William Faulkner, and THE RISE OF SILAS LAPHAM, by William Dean Howells. Dr. William McKee, Faculty Advisor; Jim Farge, Monthl meetin s are held t the horn f D. Y g a e O r Secretary; Laura Lou Coffee, President. and Mrs. William McKee. FIRST ROW: Mary Laura Ryan, Sandra Reese, Peggy Arledge, Bobbie Caviness, Myrna Lamp- ing. SECOND ROW: Helen Fol- ey, David Donoghue, N. E. Ven- za, Frank Comte, Margarita Ma- drid, Nancy Chauvin, Noel La- Fontaine, Jim Studdert, Emma Richmond. THIRD ROW: Pat Anderson, Joe Efird, Kitty Vann, Josie Gallerano, Tommy Jung, Garland Debner, Linda Langdon, Sally Richmond. Mary Reasonert Secretary; Charlie Krohn, Presi- dent; Mrs. T. XV. Pew, Rev. E. Lee, C.S.B., Fac- ulty Advisor. Father Lee, Barbara Keuchel, John Cris- pin, N. E. Venza, Harriet Brueggeman, Julie Thompson, Angelo Bertini, Car- olyn Parrish. Ann Brown, Mary Dooley, Jack Murphy, Mary Reasoner. Frank Rizzo. SEATED: Emma Richmond, Mary Cooney, Charlie Krohn, Mrs. T. W. Pew; THE ENGLISH CLUB The English Club is designed to promote intelli- gent discussion of some of the great literary works of art. Included on the reading list for this year were a novel by Theodore Dreiser and several dramas by Henrik Ibsen, August Strindberg, Sean O'Casey, J. M. Synge, Eugene O'Neill, Clifford Odets, and George Bernard Shaw. Many of the meetings were held in homes of friends of the University; however this year we were also fortunate enough to be allowed to meet in the newly acquired Shadwell Hall. V n Wymwzmwym METROPOLITAN CLUB The Metropolitan Club, now one of the most ac- tive on campus, was founded with the purpose of broadening the social life of the women students, while enriching their spiritual lives through chari- table projects. The active membership is composed of the women day students from the Houston area, while other women students may be associate mem- bers. The monthly meetings are held in the mem- bers, homes. The activities of the club in the academic year of 1957-1958 consisted mainly of a Fall Fashion Show, the Christmas Silver Tea, 21 Christmas Charity Party for the Spanish children of the Basilian Missions, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Landers, President; Dr. Evelene Peters, Faculty and the annual Primavera B311. Advisor; Noel LaFontaine, Vice-President; Margaret Jeter, Secretary; Margarita Madrid, Treasurer; Jerry Mathews, Parliamentarian. FIRST ROW, seated: Harriet Brueggerman, Margarita Madrid. SECOND ROW: Ann Standish. Mary Ellen Liccet Margaret Jeter. THIRD ROW: Mary Muegge, Jo Battaglia, Felicia Coates. LAST ROW: Jerry Larke, Connie Van Riel, Connie Coerver. STANDING: Helen Golasinski, Rosetta Listi, Rose Marie Patronella, Jerry Mathews, Rosemary Panther, Arm Brown, Mary Cooney. FRONT ROW, standing: Carol Kane, Mary Ann COynet Sally Jo Neilon, Margaret Porter. MUSIC CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally Richmond, An- gelo Bertini, Emma Richmond, John Crispin, Tony Hinsberger, Carolyn Par- rish. REV. FRANCIS E. MONAGHAN, C.S.B. Family Advixor The Music Club had its origin in the enthusiasm of several students anxious to hear and discuss music of all types. While its membership was small its regular weekly meetings provided an excellent opportunity to compare and contrast classical and contemporary works with a View to critical appreciation 0n the part of the discussion leaders and members of the club. CHORAL CLUB This year the Choral Club met weekly under the direction and accompaniment of Father Monaghan. Although small the group was very energetic and were often heard either working overtime or en- joying a jam session. The club did not accept any public performances but were heard several times in the General As- sembly in brief but widely diversified programs ranging from Negro Spirituals to Bach and the purest of Church Music. FRONT ROW: Chad Allen, Mary Niquette, Pat Oppermann, Helen Foley, Barbara Boyne, Janice Klevar, Mary Ann Holmes. BACK ROW: Judy Farmer, Diane Roher, David Stewart, Oscar Celli, Jean Lynch. ST. THOMAS MORE SOCIETY The purpose of the St. Thomas More Debating Society is principally to train students in public speaking. The society participates in frequent debates and many other forensic activities. The society spon- sored the High School Debating Tournament at Visi- torsT Day and also participated in the annual N.F.C.- C.S. Texas Regional Forensics Tournament. ECONOMICS CLUB AxSvWIM FIRST ROW: Betty Uroda, Ann Brown, Forensics Chairman; Joe Dobay, Carolyn Parrish, Sally Neilon. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Williams, Inez Cruzat, Mr. R. J. Kelley, Faculty Advisor; Mary Meyer. THIRD ROW: Mary Pat Gibbons, James McDermott, Jim Duffy, Jim Harper, Don Carlton. The Economics Club was newly formed early this year for the pur- pose of discussing present day eco- nomic and political issues of inter- est. Monthly meetings were held in the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Yeager. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. F. S. Yeager, Faculty Advisor; John Holm, .John Lamb, Virginia Oxford, James McDer- mott, Vince O,Brien, Nick Parigi. MEWS RESIDENCES WW xv. v w w $1$A xyxw x x w . w A: M , C x xxnx LEFT TO RIGHT: Father I B. Court- ney, Counselor; Mike O,C0nn0r, Mal- colm Steed, Harold Klein, Maurice Un- go, Mike Benz. x am, WMMWWW , 3919 GRAUSTARK LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Fagan, Larry Ross, James Derden, N. E. Venza, Tom- my Domingue, Fred YOung, Chris Teare, Father J. G. Poupore, Counselor; Pat Plaia, John Lamb, Andre Schwab, Vin- cent O'Brien. 39 2 0 YOAKUM FRONT ROW: Oscar Celli, Bill Ma- honey, Jerry Schwendeman, David Stew- art, Dan Hubenak, Reilly Venza. BACK ROW: Jim Foley, Gerald Hopkins, Charles Allen, Bobby Luke. 3808 YOAKUM WOMEN LEFT TO RIGHT: Kitty Vann, Secre- tary; Maria Regan, Treasurer; Mrs. Tar- pey, Director; Josie Gallerano, Presi- dent; Ann Colvin Social Chairman. ROSSMOYNE SEATED: Carol Lamping, Mrs. Tarpey Dormitory Director; Pat Anderson. STANDING: Janice Klevar, Claudette Taylor, Virginia Oxford; Annie Vrazel. Diane Rohrer, Jean Lynch. Dolores Oz- unzL Helen Foley, Annette Dworsky. BEN REYNOLDS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Pat Gibbons. Carol Cefmpbell, Dorothy Williams, Kathy Stricbcr, Betty Uroda, Secretary- Trcasurcr; Nancy Otto President; Myr. na Lamping, Vice-Prcsident. SIDENCES LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Huffhines, Secretary; Clare Viator, President; Mrs. Rankin, Counselor; Molly Rock, Vice- President; Tita Pushee, TreaSurer. HOUSE LEFT TO RIGHT: Toni Hinsberger, Clare Viator, Carolyn Parrish, Barbara Dowling, Adeline Grady, Ann Lamber- ty, Joan Appenbrink, Molly Rock, San- dra Huffhines, Tita Pushee, Claudette Allegre, Pepper Connelley. BROWN HOUSE Awulmmym , 1L4 y Y Wawamw, .W,,MMW WMM MAW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen J0 Ryan, Vice-President; Norma Eisenwine, Judy Farmer, Jesilin Daniell, President; Kath- ryn McNally, Mary Ann Holmes, Nancy Felio, Secretary-TreaSurer; Pat Opper- man, Margaret Dewitt. - Editor: Angelo Bertini Lilemry: Charlie Krohn Faculty Adrimr: Father Lee W'rilem: Chris Tear Larry Ross, Barry Gue rero, Emma Richmon- Spam: Don Carlton Features: Mary Cooney Wherever students gather there are opinions expressed and when opinions are expressed there must be some organ to promulgate them. Here at the University of St. Thomas the campus newspaper, the Vision, assumes this most important duty. In order to encourage the student body to take more interest in the Vision and its work the editorial staff has attempted to place in each issue articles of interest for every student. This policy seems to have pleased the majority of students at St. Thomas, for this past year has marked an increase not only in the number of articles but in the variety of articles Which have been published in the Vision. In this way the publication has not only proved of more interest to the students but has given a better picture of campus life here at St. Thomas to people Who may have little contact with our University. The two primary purposes of a campus newspaper are U to be of service to the student body and 2y to be of service to those interested in our University. Thus through this greater spirit of co-operation both of these ends have been fulfllled' WWMH: John Crispin. Sally Richmond Tommy Jung. We, the Summa staff of 1958, after many trials and much effort, would like to present this, the eighth edition of the Ft. Summa, to the student body of St. Thom- as. We know that you, the students, have looked forward to the Views that it pre- sents of student life and to the memories that it holds. We only hope that each of you will realize the purpose of this book Bertini; Faculty Advzsm. to portray and emphasize the intellectual, social and spiritual growth Which the uni- versity instills in her students. This yearbook has only been possible through the efforts of our staff and with the help of our fac- ulty and student body. Special thanks and our deepest gratitude must go to Rev. J. L. Meyers, C.S.B., our advisor, for his able assistance and enduring patience. The Summa staff regrets the loss of Father Meyers next year but Wishes him the best in his next venture. We must also express our appreciation to the Taylor Publishing Co., Bishop Photographers, and Stiles Photographers for their professional help and excellent work. Since financial difficulties never cease, we are deeply indebted to our loyal patrons and advertisers Whose generous support helped to make this book a reality. Again the Editors wish to thank each member of the staff and especially Lee Butler and all those who so generously gave of their time and ability to complete this book. Bmz'neu Mmzagem: Sam Sacco, Nick Parigi TAFF Lee Butler. Layout: Diana Hester, Tommy Layout Editor. Not pictured: Jung Josie Gallemno. Arwriale Slaff: Mary Ann Noser, Tommy Dominguc. Am ,. ,. .,N, Ar! and Typim: Nancy Felio, Nancy Otto, Helen J0 Ryan. PATRONS Mrs. F. J. Allnoch Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Benz Mrs. Albert H. Braden, Sr. . and Mrs. G. H. Brueggeman . and Mrs. R. C. Budde . and Mrs. Warren E. Campbell . and Mrs. Spencer W. Carlton . and Mrs. T. I. Carlton . and Mrs. J. Cazares . and Mrs. Oscar Celli . and Mrs. Joe Colvin L. M. Coates Company Mr. and Mrs. Loyd H. Coffee Mrs. George W. Cottingham Mrs. E. B. Crane Mrs. J. de V. Cruzat and Inez Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Daniell Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Derden Mr. and Mrs. Leland V. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Donoghue Mrs. Julia K. Efird Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Farge Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fontana Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Green, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Griffin Mrs. F. A. Heyck Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hogan Mrs. G. W. Kuenstler Rev. Frank A. Lagana . and Mrs. Sam Lobello, Jr. . and Mrs. A. C. Luna . and Mrs. James F. McDermott . and Mrs. T. L. Maroney . and Mrs. H. W. Mathews Mrs. R056 Matthews Mr. and Mrs. George Meier . and Mrs. Vincent O,Conn0r . and Mrs. Hubert Oxford . and Mrs. Frank Parigi . and Mrs. Hallis Passmore Raymond D. Reynolds Mr. E. P. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Laurie M. Ross Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Samohyl Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Stovall Dr. E. G. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Julius Trauer Mrs. Margaurite C. Van Riel Mr. Walter B. Van Wart Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Venza A Friend RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Stations of the Cross Religious activities form a major part in the life of the University students. Life is centered about the chapel from which strength is derived in frequent Visits and assistance at daily Mass and the redemption of Our Lord in HolyCommunion. Every Thursday noon during the school year is set aside for the University Sermon, delivered by our own Basilian Fathers. This year's theme for the University Sermons was the "Lives of the Saints." Following each sermon is Benediction in the chapel. The Rosary is also said daily in the University Chapel by the students. The Annual Retreat, held during Holy Week, was given by Rev. R. J Ronan, a Passionist Father. The retreat gives the students an opportunity to put aside their studies and spend three days in undisturbed conversation with Our Lord. This year the Blessed Virgin was crowned on the First Friday in May in the Social Science Gardens, as Queen of the May, by one of the socialists. The entire student body attended this function in honor of Mary, reciting her Rosary and singing hymns in her honor. On the eve of each first Saturday, Nocturnal Adoration is held in honor of our Lady of Fatima. The University students take charge of the first three hours. Legion of Mary Display 1mg itual Read reat Spir during 0 O m r C S t e e m R 6 r 6 f n 0 pp our retreat nnaster. a x $7 . V; $i$xyv Fr.Ronan ww N . V v 1 v N? x L , , . ' ' ,- . v V A$ Xv ;: , , x kw? ?wa ' I , x $4 L M L - , 4m , . r V , 0 x K i $3 VM? AW Ax 16w x L y 0;; mwhwmvw w w 7m 2; xx 0, .x "4w ?Axx. xx Nxv x z ???;??2 3 gig??? 7. gm 1,2. 2,; .. . y WWW WEETHEART ANCE W V Wyxx Wm Wm K: v .m .MMw xxx M v. x V ngg . axXA: x W, MM - Wawwwwmm w. x W ; W xeAX W ' ML DnaL Am MS KA CR 06 M PRIMAVERA BALL 7X, v W A, y. 444 4?? 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This theme was followed up by a clever, scintillating Ant Cha Cha which was exe- cuted by the students of the University for the entertainment of the Royal Conrt. An added treat was the appearance of the famous singing grOup, The Four Aces, who pleased the crowd with their inimitable style. After the Grand March of the ROyal Court, the crowd danced to the music of Johnny Long and his orchestra. The dance numbers were choreographed by Jan Boyd and the show was produced by Mr. Jimmy Jeter. The stage was designed and built by Fr. Patrick Braden, C.S.B., and the entire production of the Mardi Gras was in the capable hands of Fr. Francis Monaghan. ,.?$ $ ?,xe v9? C xx ? V. 40 46K . xngyAw7 z 1x: x ? , w, 615 V2? Z;Koi2ae, , gig??? gggCyKysyzsv , Qaeeiz of Ike Mandi G1 R E V O R G T E G m R B H 61' Majejly 1196 A, . x; , , 9 7g? z ' WgW4 W 592m WWWWWWW z 3W, xx 4 M W; , W W! MWK 4 f I WW WWW? 4? W 4! WWW 41am WWWWWWxW 7W , VWWI'WW 4$M47VVA W W4 ,, 21W , W W; , , . 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Stu- . dents from a number of high schools representing a huge cross-section of Texas and Louisiana Catholic WNMWW. high schools took part in the festivities. The various high schools matched wits in the De- bate Tournament, sponsored by the St. Thomas More Society, and the debaters from Holy Angels High School of New Orleans were proclaimed the victors during the dance Saturday night. Congratulations to the winners! W .WM , , y r W WWW f . Wwww t MM V m e I t i J24 2 e m x x v. , t ' x 7 x h! ' ; , 3f ' Km . M Q? z Viki , w, h W, M My; ; h v v - Ml. ' W Vamdwy . M , M M. WMMgM x 6 MMMMJMMMW L , 6M M 6.6MM Ly MM??? 6266 MMMM 6 M if Jibdvgt;v ,6! 33h . MMWMMMWM . ,L , ,, , w? VMLL L , L ML, M L t 6 M v M MMMMWWMMM? M MM? M M k SMMM 1011 A debate in act' MMM L . 6:01? M ion. and noted , lasses and 21 Its to c is' ical speeches ir dance drew to a Close it gain the standout attract ill long be remembered Dance under the stars luded v inc ich W an Open a 7 5 Day wh 1ties 151t0r Other activ barbecue Which followed the famed turtle race The turtle race was a A parade of the turtles, pol turtle lecturers helped make the event a huge success. Saturday night 21V mxwtw m MNN in the Creative Arts Day Contest. Dr. Alma Lowe congratulates the winners The Third Annual Creative Arts Day Exhibit included student work in the fields of art and literature. A special program was presented on this day, and prizes were awarded in the various media. The winning pieces in the creative writing division were pub- lished in the second edition of the literary magazine, The Horizons. her art Annie Vrazel points out work to Marcia Horne. Dworsky made by Mary E. Licce and Ann admire these t'animals" the art education class. t GMWKL Nth Gray also had their Art classes under the direction of Miss Ouida displays as seen in this ceramics exhibit. BASKETBALL The basketball season was greeted with much enthusiasm this year as Coach Frank Womack took over the reins. Unfortunately, however, the 01d bugaboo injuries returned putting on the inactive list several key men. So from the start the Warriors were at a terrific disadvantage. Still, as is typical of U.S.T. teams, they never gave up and stayed in there to the last. Our heartiest congratulations to last year's basketball lettermen. Coach Frank Womack and Rev. J. L. Meyer C.S.B., Athletic Director. JIM DERDEN XVirmer Of the Most Valuable Player Award. CHEERLEADERS Carole Kane, Jerry Schwendemam Bev- erly Massey Oscar Celli. . nwg.w,,ww,uw..MD mm , V 8 7x xx K x 7x w v w NWxQ 3m V wa - . V, m V ?y. BACK ROW: Jim Tucker, Manager; Don Larton, Father Meyers, Paul Nabors, Coach Russell Garcia, Ed Gore, Jim Derden, Frank Marik, MarCus Frazier, Larry Gillespie, John Tatton. I'x. ,$ 7 W 4 Frank Womack. FRONT ROW: .' ; A g $go ,9 M . BACK ROW: Larry Miggins, Coach; Paul Nabors, Bobby Luke. Ed Gore, Chris Teage, Larry Twiford, Jim Tucker, Manager; Meyers. FRONT ROW: Larry Gillespie, Pat Plaia, Riley Venza, Don Heerensperger, Charlie Krohn, Fred Young, Jack Murphy. BASEBALL Things were much brighter on the baseball side rather than on the basektball one. This year saw several fine new play- ers such as Eddie Gore, Pat Plaia, Ed Burke, Riley Venza, Bob Luke, and Paul Nabors. The pitching staff was the strong- est it has been in years with Ed Burke, Chris Teare, Don Heerensperger and Bob Luke handling most of the load. The boys and Coach Miggins are to be congratulated for the best baseball season in the history of the school. INTRAMURAL SPORTS 77w , dzlwz ,gz W435 nd Bin Mahoney- , ,mef ,5 W Intramural Ping-pong Champs Diane Boudreaux and Charlie Krohn Eddie Gore and Sam Sacco Members of St. Thomas University's first Letterman's Club. Front row: Larry Twiford, Don Carlton, John Holm. Second row: Charlie Krohn, Jack Murphy, Fred Young, John Tatton, Chris Teare, Larry Gillespie, Jim Derden. Filthy Five plus Three, winners of the S.T.U. Intramural Football League. Front row: Jim Bushman, Don Carlton, Tim Maroney, Herndon Williams, Back row: David Koster, Don Heerensperger Not pictured: Tommy Jung, Philip Quiroz. ADVERTISING A good start on a 60011 FUTURE As a member of the Class of 1958, you,re 01? to a good start! May we congratulate you . . . and wish you every success in the years to come. HUMBLE OIL 8t REFINING COMPANY Soquern yeweldy The House of Weddings manufacturing Co, The only establishment in Houston just for Weddings and Receptions . . . or just Receptions. 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