University of Texas Austin - Cactus Yearbook (Austin, TX)

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r Poge 1 CAROL ALICE PROUTY Editor-in-Chief LINDA ANN LILES Associate Editor REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD Editorial Assistant LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR. General Manager FRANKIE AAAE LINDSEY Bus ness Manager MARGUERITE FREEMAN Production Manager THE U I9GI Published by TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. Volume 68 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN, TEXAS The Campus .......... 6 Administration .......... 21 UNIVERSITY c Graduates and Seniors .......... 37 Juniors ............. 79 Sophomores ............ 93 Freshmen ............. 107 Honoraries, Professional and Service ...... 1 25 CAMPUS Kl Limelight 165 Features 197 Student Government and Publications 241 Dormitories and Co-Operatives 265 Athletics 293 ORGANIZATIONS Sororities 361 Fraternities .401 Organizations 465 Military 505 Index and Advertising 526 Pog. 4 FOREWORD The 1961 CACTUS represents a year in the life of The Uni- versity of Texas. The Staff has endeavored to present to you, the student, a collection of events and experiences which will be important memories in the years to come. The opening pages give the various impressions of the students on the " Forty Acres " concerning the University, the classes, the activities, the tradi- tions, and the campus. With this theme of University life go the recognized symbols of The University of Texas, the Tower and the Seal. These sym- bols present each section of the bo ok to the reader, tying the parts and their contributions together into a complete picture of campus life. Poge 5 m - S At felt t tu t t THE UNIVERSITY The student ' s first impression of The University of Texas is its size. It is, indeed, a city within a city, but the oppor- tunities of college life develop from this mass confusion and the student is inspired to make his life at UT one to remember. Sectionizing Page 7 THE ACTIVITIES - nil Campus Ejections Campus Chest Auction Drama Department Production Informal Friday night dance at the Chuck Wagon Exciting impressions of activities at UT are with the student throughout his life on the campus. These activities such as football, C. E. C. programs, elections, and Campus Chest provide a much needed break in the class routine. Study and work are set aside and the student takes precious moments to relax and enjoy himself. Page 9 THE CLASSES The most meaningful impressions of the student are those concerned with aca- demic endeavor. Thought-provoking and challenging lectures, stimulated interests and positive realization of new values and concepts make education assume its vital role as the reason for college efforts. The requirements are met and soon the student finds a true pride in his achievements. fog. 10 Science Lab Classroom Scene THE TRADITIONS Never-to-be-forgotten impressions are the traditions of UT. Throughout the year, the important events, Round-Up, Varsity Carnival, Swing Out, and Graduation take their place in the history of the University. Such occasions make the student aware of the ideals and goals he brought with him when he came to UT. Varsity Carnival Signs Swing Out Graduation THE CAMPUS The most lasting impressions of the student at UT are of the buildings and campus scenes. Changes occur continually, but the core of UT lies in the buildings which retain the character and dignity of the campus through the years. Orange Tower after football victory over the Aggies Experimental Science Building ii S Home Economics Building Page 17 Texas Union Garrison Hall Waggener Hall INTERIORS Almost without your being aware of it, impressions of the interiors of the campus buildings become a part of your existence as a student. From the serene quiet of the Rare Books Library to the bustling noise of the Student Union there ' s a place for the stu- dent ' s every mood. Barker History Center IN MEMORIAM STUDENTS Tommy Ray Autrey Mima Babington Tommy Clay Edgar Samuel Engelberg James Hewitt Farrimond Millard Lee Kelley John G. Maiers Robert Wroe McCrummen Earl Keith McLaran Charles Lawrence Scarborough Mauritz Soderlund Robert A. Taylor, Jr. STAFF Ita Louise Barekman William L. Mathis Henry A. McGee FACULTY Carl Victor Bredt Lawrence Edward Brown Bess Heflin John Tipton Lonsdale John Thomas Patterson Kenneth Charles Rathbun Thomas Andrew Rousse Dorothy Schons Elias Howard Sellards Erich Walter Zimmermann REGENT Joe C. Thompson 20 ADMI RATION Page 21 PRICE DANIEL Governor of fhe Sfafe of Texas Fog ft THE BOARD OF REGENTS Chairman MERTON AA. AAINTER V ce-Chairman J. LEE JOHNSON, III Secrefary BETTY ANNE THEDFORD J. P. BRYAN, Freeporf MRS. CHARLES DEVALL, Kilgore, Term Expires January, 1961 THORNTON HARDIE, Paso W. W. HEATH, Ausfin J. LEE JOHNSON, III, Fort Worth, Term Expires January, 1961 WALES H. MADDEN, JR., Amarii o MERTON M. MINTER, San Antonio, Term Expires January, 796 J A. G. MCNEESE, JR., Houston JOE C. THOMPSON, Dallas APPOINTED MARCH, 1961 DR. H. F. CONNALLY, JR., Waco WALTER P. BRENAN, San Antonio JOHN S. REDDITT, Lufkin Top Row.- Bryan, DevaM, Hardie, Heath. Bottom Row: Johnson, Madden, Minter, McNeese, Thompson Page 23 LOGAN WILSON Chancellor of The University of Texas Pog 24 HARRY HUNTT RANSOM President of The University of Texas Page 25 ADMINISTRATION OF THE MAIN UNIVERSITY JOSEPH ROYAIL SMILEY Vice-President nd Provost OTIS ARNOLD SINGLETARY Attitttnt to the Prttident GRAVES W. IANDRUM Buiirwis Mo ger rag It ADMINISTRATION CHARLES PAUL BONER Executive Director, Office of Government Sponsored Research. Director, Defense Research Laboratory. GRADY CLARENCE STARNES Auditor W. BYRON SHIPP Registrar and Director of Admissions ALEXANDER MOFFIT University Librarian DR. PAUL L WHITE Director, Student Health Center CARL J. ECKHARDT Director, Physical Plant It T ' ODON CHARLES LESHIKAR Bursar F. C. McCONNELL Director, Division of Housing and Food Service JACK HOLLAND Director, Personnel Office DEANS AND DIRECTORS ARNO NOWOTNY Dean of Student Life MARGARET PECK Dean of Women CARL VICTOR BREDT Associate Dean of Student Life and Dean of Men EDWIN BOOTH PRICE Director, Student Activities Assisfanr Dean of Sfudcnf life JOHN G. STEEIE Director, toani and Scholarships WILLIAM J. HALL Director, Student Employment Bureau DEANS AND DIRECTORS GLENN EDWARD BARNETT Associate Dean, College of Education WILLIAM HUBERT BAUGHN Associate Dean, College of Business Administration JOHN ALTON BURDINE Dean, College of Arts and Sc iences HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE Dean, Co ege of Pharmacy PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER Director, School of Architecture E. WILLIAM DOTY Dean, College of Fine Arts ROBERT RAYMOND DOUGLAS Director, Graduate School of Library Science JAMES R. D. EDDY Dean, Division of Extension WILLIAM WALSH HAGERTY Dean, College of Engineering DEANS AND DIRECTORS LAURENCE D. HASKEW Dean, College of Education LEO HUGHES Associate Dean, Graduate School W. PAGE KEETON Dean, School of law LORRIN GARFIELD KENNAMER Associate Dean, College of Art and Sciences JOE WEST NEAL Director, International Office LORA LEE PEDERSON Director. Graduate School of Social Work DWITT CARTER REDDICK Director, School of Journalism W. GORDON WHAIEY Dean, Graduate School JOHN ARCH WHITE Dean, College of Business Administration THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM JAMES CLAY DOLLEY Vice-Chancellor, Fiscal Affairs LAURENCE D. HASKEW Vice-Chancellor, Development Services oiil Wort FRANKLIN LANIER COX Vice-Chancellor, Administrative Services THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM CHARLES HERMAN SPARENBERG Comptroller WILLIAM WOODROW STEWART Endowment Officer FRANK D. GRAYDON Budget Officer BURNELL WALDREP Ltnd nd fruit Attorney WILLIAM EDWARD KEYS Director. University Newt and Informttion Service DEVELOPMENT BOARD JAMES S. TRIOLO Executive Director W. D. BLUNK Associate Director OFFICERS Chairman Vice-Chairman . . . Executive Director. Associate Director. . . . J. M. ODOM .DAN C. WILLIAMS JAMES S. TRIOLO . .W. D. BLUNK THE BOARD I Mines H. Baker, Houston Edward Clark, Austin Charles S. Coates, Chappell Hill Ernest Cockrell, Jr., Houston L. L. Colbert, Detroit, Mich. J. A. Gooch, Fort Worth Murray Kyger, Fort Worth Wales H. Madden, Jr., Amarillo J. Francis Morgan, El Paso J. M. Odom, Austin J. L. Patton, Tyler Charles N. Prothro, Wichita Falls Preston Shirley, Galveston Dan C. Williams, Dallas Logan Wilson, Austin v The University of Texas Development Board is the agency of The University of Texas responsible to the Chan- cellor and through him to the Board of Regents for all private fund development for the entire University System. The Board is composed of fifteen prominent citizens who voluntarily devote time and effort to the welfare of the University. Six are named by the Executive Council of the Ex-Students ' Association, and eight by the Board of Regents, including one who is a member of the Board of Regents. The Chancellor of the University is an ex-officio member. Page 33 DADS ' ASSOCIATION The University of Texas Dads ' Association is composed of all fathers of students, present or past, of The University of Texas. Provision is made for participating memberships through the payment of dues, however, and membership in this category each year exceeds 3,000. The Dads ' Association sponsors Dad ' s Day each year during the Fall. It was observed on October 29, 1960. All parents of University students were honored at coffees, one for the dads in the newly expanded Texas Union and one for the mothers in the Humanities Research Center. Hundreds of parents visited the campus during the weekend. In addition to sponsoring Dad ' s Day, the Dads ' Association publishes th e U. T. Dads ' Digest, maintains the Dads ' Association Scholarship Fund and makes several student awards. This year Mary Kay Miller and Maurice Olian won the Best All Around Girl and Best All Around Boy awards. OFFICERS President .... Vice-Presidents JACK S. JOSEY FELIX R. MCKNIGHT LIP NORVELL JOHN W. STARR Pasf Presidents J. BROWN CUTBIRTH HARRY C. WEBB JOHN W. HAMPTON JUDGE J. LEE DITTERT Treasurer Secretary DR. J. B. HEATH BISHOP BAILEY J. K. BUTLER COLONEL D. HAROLD BYRD JUDGE ALTON B. CHAPMAN HOWARD T. Cox DR. HAMILTON FORD MARION A. OLSON DR. C. M. PHILLIPS HARRY W. FERGUSON STANLEY M. ERSKINE RICHARD W. BLALOCK DIXON J. HOLMAN E. G. MORRISON WILLIAM DAVID BLUNK Charles Adleta Maurice L. Allred Allan Bailey E. B. Chapman Charles S. Coates Lester Foran Joe E. Funk John D. Furrh EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Robert L. Hatchett R. L. House Durward D. Mahon C. Lane McAfee A. E. McKay Roger W. Pipkin George A. Ponsford Charles B. Richards Irwin D. Sachs Davis Scarborough Robert B. Smither L. O. Vogelsang Ruel C. Walker A. Earl White Gail Whitcomb front How: Hampton, Olion. Heath, COM, Morrison. o i tow Norvtll. I Bo.l.y. Ford. Jour, lyrd, lull.r. Fh.ll.pi Starr. Enktnt, llvnk. Holn rag 34 EX-STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION ' JACK RUSSELL MAGUIRE ExecufiVe Secretary JOHN B. HOLMES President The Ex-Students ' Association is only two years younger than The University of Texas itself, having been organized in 1885. Today it is the vehicle through which more than 190,000 former students continue their interest in, and service to, the University. The Association does more than keep records on alumni, although that is one of its primary functions. It also sponsors more than 150 Texas Exes Clubs throughout the world; publishes a monthly magazine, The Alcalde; pro- vides a number of services to members, such as the priority for the purchase of football tickets; and performs a number of functions in behalf of the University. Through the years, the Ex-Students ' Association has created more than a quarter of a million dollars in endowed funds which annually provide scholarships for many students. It also maintains sizable student loan funds. The Association is not part of the University and its program in behalf of the institution is supported through the annual dues of its members. Its affairs are governed by a forty-two member Executive Council elected from throughout the state. A sixteen member paid staff is maintained at the new headquarters in the Home Economics Building. Front Row: Carolyn Conner, Loraine M. Jackson, Patricia Ann Blachly, Roberta Ann Love, Naldi Alleyne DeFord, Margaret Wiseman, Betty Olguin. Second Row: William Edward Marsico, Willie Mae Edwards, Mary Campbell, Norman Heard, Louis F. J. Boethe, Edward Celvenger Guillion, Harriet Holsell, Lola Jean LeNoir, Harry S. Wise. Page 35 DEAN OF WOMEN L tt to tight: Helen Margaret Flinn, Margaret Peck. Dorothy Gebauer, Helen Jane Farabee DEAN OF MEN AND STUDENT LIFE fronl How: William David Corr, Rollin Albert Sininger, Arno Noworny. Sfondtng. Donald Roy Mighell, Carl Victor Bredt, Edwin Booth Price. INTERNATIONAL OFFICE Front How- Patricia Lomotney Robert!, Joe Weit Neal, Do I ore Silvo Sam Johnson. Mary lou Mohlet. Ga l A Rotliti. Charlet Redmon Berry. Pogt 36 1 niversity Soufh view of Main Building - r ' ' I o . - .- ' .-,- , 3E ' te -JT Graduates and Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Honoraries, Professional and Service D SENIORS Page 37 GRADUATES AKIN, JIMMY HOWARD, Austin Mechanical Engineering, IIKA, TBII, IITil, ASME AKIYAMA, 5HIGERU, Tokyo. Japan Transportation ANGEL, DANILO, Bogota, Colombia Petroleum Engineering, TBII, AIME, Newman Club BAUCH, GARLAND THOMAS, Goliad Mechanical Engineering, KK+, Longhorn Band, Lutheran Stu- dent Association BERRY, RONALD LEWIS, Grand Prairie Aero-Space Engineering, lAeS BHATRAKARN, TANAKARN, Bangkok, Thailand Geology BOWNDS, BILL W , Lubbock Law, Al ' t ' , AROTC, Baptist Student Union BOYD, RONNIE DEAN, Plainview Engineering, 2AK, TBII. IIT1, -MIS, Assembly, Silver Spurs, TSPE, ASME, Engineering Council, Texan Advisory Council. Goodfellow, Graduate Fellowship BRIDGES, JAMES EDWIN, Temple History BROWN, DAVID ASH, Fort Worth Journalism BROWN, JACK BETHEL, Lampasas Mathematics, Cowboys, Royal Spirit Committee, Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Bill McGill Award, Intramural BROWN, JANET ELOISE, Birmingham, Ala. Music BURGE, CHARLES H., Houston Business Administration, AXA CAIN, CLARENCE P., lockhart Electrical Engineering, IRE CHESTER, NANCY CLAIRE, Camp Hill, Ala. Music COLE, CHARLES HENRY, JR., Fort Worth Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, ITT, t UZ. lAeS COX, KEITH KOHN, Austin Marketing, A-KJ, 2 IK, HA . !2XK. Assembly. American Marketing Association, American Statistical Association, Outstanding Student COX. RICHARD ALLEN, Beaumont Chemical Engineering, AlChE CURTIS, ANNE KEENAN. Galveston Child Development DABBAS, MOHAMMAD, Amman. Jordan Economics da GAMMA, ALICE SPINOLA, Sao Paulo, Brazil English DIAZ, AllRIO, Bucaramanga, Colombia Petroleum Engineering DOAN, DAVID BOYD. Arlington Physics, Government Committees DUNCAN, JAMES BRYANT, Corpus Christi Government, H2 ECHOIS, CHARLES LOWRY, Netlleton, Miss Organ ELLEDGE. J. LAWRENCE. Austin Chemistry, -M1K, A XI. BA + . Bfi! EUBANKS. ISAAC DWAINE. McCamey Chemistry, AT. AXS Pogt 38 c o r pj- GRADUATES FARLEY, RAMSEY WAYNE, Temple Chemical Engineering, TBTI, J2XE, AXi), IIi, AlChE, Student Engi- neering Council FLOURNOY, DON MICHAEL, Hunti ngton Educational TV, A9, Wesley Players, KRTT FRADEJAS, REMEDIOS GUZMAN, Cebu City, Philippines Chemistry, International Club FREYTAG, WALLACE, Flatonia Physical Education, PEM Club, Student Instructor, Intramurals FULLER, MARIE MARSCHALL, San Angelo Journalism, AAUW Fellowship, Teaching Assistant GERGUIN-OTERO, MANUEL ORLANDO, Mexico City, Mexico Civil Engineering GOLDSBERRY, TOMMY G., Jacksonville Mathematics, 1 BK, ill-, National Science Foundation Fellow GONZALEZ-GERTH, ENRIQUE, Mexico City, Mexico Petroleum Engineering, AIME GUGGOLZ, BESS, Brenham Latin-American Studies, 1 .M HAASE, DONALD JAMES, Nixon Chemical Engineering, I K, AX2 TBII, AT, 12XK, MIZ, AlChE, TSPE, Newman Club HARRIS, ORVILLE JEFF, JR., Portalis, N. Mex. Management, A2II, Baptist Student Union HENDERSON, PORTER WYATT, JR., Austin Business Administration HILL, JEROME, IV, Houston Law, KZ, II2A, HS, Chancellors, Bachelors Clubbe, AROTC, UT Bar Association HOLT, JAMES STOKES, III, Shreveport, La. Biology, A4 A HUNTER, AMY CHERRIE, Orange Speech Therapy, -AH, Upperclass Advisor JOHNSON, E. G. BAIN, Tyler Sociology, International Club JONES, VAUGHN A., JR., Wichita Falls Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Society of Petroleum Engineers JORDAN, TERRY GILBERT, Dallas Geography KINJO, MITSUO, Okinawa, Japan Linguistics, Japanese Student Association KLEIN, ALEXANDER BENJAMIN, JR., Tomball Zoology, AT, FA, AEA, 4 H2 KOJIMA, KEIJI, Naka-ku, Japan Industrial Management, Japanese Student Association KOKI, ISAMU, Okinawa, Japan Linguistics KUICH, LINDA LACKNER, Houston Zoology, f BK, SAII, AAA, Turtle Club KUICH, NICHOLAS FRANKLIN, Houston Geology, TE, ' MI, Geological Society KYAN, YOSHIKO, Okinawa, Japan Linguistics LINDSEY, JEFFERSON FRANKLIN, JR., Austin Educational Psychology LINNETT, MARY LEE, West Columbia Mathematics Page 39 GRADUATES LITTLE, WILLIAM HENRY, College Station History IYTTON, ROBERT LEONARD, San Antonio Electrical Engineering, TBII, XK, ASCE, TSPE, SAME, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Assembly, Discipline Committee, Friars MAASARANI, ALY MOHAMED, Alexandria, Egypt Management and Economics, i!IK, OXK, International Club, Or- ganization of Arab Students MAKITA, MICHIO, Kyoto, Japan Chemistry MASRI, SAMI FAIZ, Mrejat, Lebanon Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, 21T, +112, lAeS, Organization of Arab Students MAXWELL, IAMAR BOYT, Devers Business Administration, 1AK, -IK, American Finance Association McCREA, VICTOR CHASE, JR., Midland Law, I ' KH MENGDEN, JARRENE MARGUERITE, Houston English Literature, Newman Club, Der Eulenspiegelverein MITCHELL, HARVEY RAY, JR., Dallas Finance and Accounting, TKK, Hl ' il, CBA Council, American Finance Association, Outstanding Student, Wallstreet Journal Award, Dwight D. Book Scholarship NATE, TAKAYUKI, Kenan, Japan Chemical Engineering, Campus Guild NICHOLSON, SAMUEL NEWTON, Camden, S. C. Educational Administration NISBET, ALEX RICHARD, San Angelo Chemistry, h. T OSBURN, JOHN DOUGLAS, Clarksville History, 4 AH PENDLETON, MARION MONROE, Wimberley Mathematics, National Science Foundation PETTWAY, RICHARD HARPER, Austin Finance and Statistics, -hilK, American Finance Association, American Economic Association PORTER, PATSY ANNE, Tyler Elementary Education, HAH PRITCHETT, LINDA LUCILLE, Plainview Art Education, Longhorn Singers, Baptist Student Union, Government Committees PROTHRO, JOE NELSON, Wichita Falls Business Administration RODEN, NORMAN GAYLE, Alvarado Management, Society for Advancement of Management SCHROEYERS, F RANS ANTOON, Antwerp, Belgium Insurance, Insurance Society, International Club SEIBOID, JOHN RUDOLPH, Auburn, Ala. Accounting SHAMBLIN, JAMES EARLE, Austin Mechanical Engineering, .IT, TBII, lITi! SHARMA, RAM KRISHAN, Amsitsas, India Chemistry, " t ' AT, International Club, Indian Students ' Association, Daily Texan SMYRL, FRANK HERBERT, Tyler History, I AH, I1A SPACEK, JOE ALBERT, Dime Box Mathematics STANCHOS, ALVIN, JR., Yorklown History SULLIVAN, MARY KATHLEEN, San Angelo Latin, Ill ' l-, IIAH, Classical Club, Der Eulenspiegelverein, Arch- aeological Society, University Symphony, Orchesis TRAWICK, JACK DURWARD, Brownwood Industrial Engineering, UK VASQUEZ, HERNANDO, Bogota. Colombia Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Newman Club WALDO, FRANCIS XAVIER, New Orleant, la. Civil Engineering, THII, XK WHITT, MARGO LIL, San Antonio Spanish, A1MI WUNSCH, KENNETH JOSEPH, San Antonio Business Administration, I K1, ASME, TSPE, Intramurals 40 CLASS OF 1961 ABBOTT, WILLIAM HENRY, Baytown History and English ADAMS, ARTHUR WESLEY, Midland Engineering Route to Business Administration, ATA, Cowboys, Inter- fraternity Council, Honor Roll, Varsity Baseball, T Association ADAMS, MARGARET ANN, Bryan Journalism, O2 , Los Charros, Upperclass Advisor, Daily Texan ADAMS, PRISCILLA ELAINE, Dallas Home Economics, F B, UTSA, Poona, Tumle, Longhorn Sing- ers, Baptist Student Union, Home Economics Club AGUREN, GARY DENNIS, Austin Mechancial Engineering, TBII, UTS, ASME, Assembly, Engineering Fellow, Government Committees AKIN, SUSAN BURNS, Austin Journalism, OS , Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Daily Texan, Jesse Jones Scholarship ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE NORBORN, San Antonio Chemistry and Pre-Medical, 1 KO, AEA, HS, Newman Club ALEXANDER, LEONARDINE, Llano Secretarial Practice ALKEK, DAVID, Victoria Pre-Medical, AEA ALLEN, CAROLYN SAGE, Lufkin Plan II, KKT, BK ALLEN, CLYDE CLIFTON, JR., Gladewater History ALLEN, RONALD CALVIN, Austin History and Secondary Education, National Education Asso- ciation ALLEN, WILLIAM LEE, Houston International Trade, A2II, International Trade Club ALSPAUGH, RALPH WILLIAMSON, Fort Sam Houston Physical Education, KA, AROTC, Varsity Track, T Association ALSTON, ROY DEAN, Richland Springs Mathematics ALSUP, JAMES ALTON, JR., Houston Business Administration Route to Law, ASII, Society for Advancement of Management, A Cappella Choir, Roberts Hall Counselor, Government Committees ALVES, DIANA JEAN, New Braunfels Plan II, Pre-Medical, AEA, A A, AAA, Poona, Upperclass Advisor ANDERS, DONALD ROBERT, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering, SX, ASME, TSPE, Freshman Track ANDERSON, CLARENCE EUGENE, Amarillo Chemical Engineering, K , J2XE, II2, Government Commit- tees, Beauford Jester Memorial Scholarship ANDERSON, CONNIE MARIE, La Marque Elementary Education, ACE, Student Education Association, All Campus Advisors ANDERSON, HENRY GEORGE, La Marque Mechanical Engineering, SX, ASME, Varsity Football, T Association ANDERSON, LARRY VANCE, Comanche History ANDERSON, PAUL MONROE, Waco History and Economics, TKE ARMSTRONG, ANN ELLEN, Mission Plan II, AAA, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Panhellenic, ROTC Sponsor, Round-Up, Campus Chest, Sweetheart Nominee, Upperclass Advisor, Outstanding Student ARMSTRONG, FRANK, Hebbronville Petroleum Engineering, AIME, TSPE, Engineering Council ARMSTRONG, MARTHA REBECCA, Austin Home Economics, AA1I, Home Economics Club, Triggerettes, Student Member American Institute of Decorators AROCHA, ROBERTO F., Nueva Rosita, Mexico Industrial Management, AS , Society for the Advancement of Management, Club de Mexico ATKINSON, WILLIAM THOMAS, Pampa Business Administration, Acacia AUSTIN, MARY BOND, San Antonio History, KKF, BK, AAA, Ashbel, Racket Club AVERY, FRED HAROLD, Mount Pleasant Mechanical Engineering BAILEY, NANCY, Rosenberg Elementary Education BAILEY, THOMAS WALTER, Palestine Business Administration, S E Page 41 SENIORS BAINE, BILLIE LYNN, Waco Plan II, ZTA, Ashbel, Upperclass Advisor BAKER, JAMES EDWIN. Reseda, Calif. Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management BALDERAS, ALFREDO, Edinburg Civil Engineering BALL), MACEDONIO, San Benito Civil Engineering, TSPE, ASCE, Newman Club BALZEN, HENRY EARL, Dunlay Mechanical Engineering, ASME BARFOOT, JOHN WAYNE, Abilene Economics and English, AKK BARGAS, ANGELINA URIEGAS, Austin Government BARKER, BENJAMIN CLYDE, JR., Fort Worth Electrical Engineering, l t E, TKII, IIK.V, NROTC, AIEE, IRE BARNES, CAROLYN ANN, Austin Child Development, IM B, ACE Home Economics Club, Government Com- mittees BARNES. LINDA JO, Grapeland Radio and TV BARNETT, BARBARA IRENE, La Marque Radio and TV, A , AEP, Y, Canterbury Club, Best Supporting Actress in TV BARNETT, DAVID EUGENE, Chillicofhe Pharmacy, K , LPhA BARR, JOHN MONROE, Smithville Accounting BARTLETT, LINDA ANN, Austin Elementary Education, AAII, AAA, UAH BARTOSH, RONALD JEROME, Taft Mechanical Engineering, ASME BASS, SYDNEY JANE, El Indio Psychology, AZ BASS, TOMMY HOWARD, San Marcos Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKX, IRE BATES, ALVIN RAY, Garland Accounting, Bl ' l, BA+, Honor Roll BATES, BEVERLY ANN, Amarillo English, AAA, AAA, Mortar Board, Y, Ed Gossett Oratorical Asso- ciation, Union Committees BEARD, JOHN HARRIS, Houston Psychology, t KT BEDFORD, MADELEINE ALANN, Fort Worth History, KKP BEHRENS, ALVIN JOE, Austin Industrial Management, A2 1 , Interfraternity Council, Society for the Advancement of Management, AFROTC, Intramurals BELL, C. KENNETH, Houston Insurance, A TO BELL, DONALD WAYNE, Houston Chemical Engineering, AK, AX2, +H2. AlChE BELL, GERALD LYNN, Palestine Petroleum Engineering BELL, JAMES HOWARD, Dallas Meteorology, TBII, II ' E, +111, NROTC, American Meteorological Society BENBOW, KAREN ELIZABETH, Houston Government, ZTA, Government Committees BENBROCK, JAMES ROBERT, Austin Physics, +BK BETTS, BARBARA CAYE, San Antonio Psychology, AAA BEYETTE, THOMAS KENT, Magnolia English BEYNON, EUGENE THOMAS, Corpus Christ! Chemical Engineering, TBII, UXE, A XI, +AT, Ok Grove BIALEK, LORETTA ANN, Port Arthur Advertising, American Marketing Association, Newman Club BIGGS, JOHN RILEY, Houston Psychology, +K+ BIGHAM, ROBERT JENNINGS, JR., Temple Finance, American Finance Association BIRDSONG, BAILEY ARNOLD, Austin Botany, KK+, ' Mil, Longhorn Band BLACK, JAMES PAUL, Corpus Christi Chemical Engineering. AXil, AlChE Pog. 42 r o ilAsso- it) for CLASS OF 1961 BLACK, PAULA JO, Bellaire Geology, Geological Society, Inter-Cooperative Council, Coordinators ' Council BLACKARD, DON COLEMAN, Mount Pleasant Engineering Route to Business Administration BLESSING, JANE LEE, Mineral Wells Psychology, XS2, Ashbel, Y, Disciples Student Fellowship, RIL, Cactus BLOCK, STANLEY BYRON, Corpus Christ! Finance, 2AM, AK , American Finance Association, Honor Roll BLOMQUIST, GILBERT VICTOR, Austin Civil Engineering, ASCE BLYTHE, WILLIAM JACKSON, Fort Sam Houston Business Administration, I ' KT BOATRIGHT, CAROLYN SUE, San Angelo Elementary Education BODE, EDWARD CHARLES, Junction English, Acacia, RIL, Government and Union Committees BOEGLI, JANET C, Amarillo English, AZ, Reagan BOGART, CARL DANIEL, Fort Worth Mathematics BOHAC, BARBARA J., Houston Business Administration, ZTA, Newman Club BOHANAN, JAMES EARL, Dallas Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Intramurals BOHN, JOHN WILLIAM, Austin Business Administration BOLAND, JUDY KAY, Dallas Music Education, A , Orange Wings Sponsor, A Cappella Choir, University Chorus, Baptist Student Union, Cap and Gown BOLGER, DAVID JACK, Mount Vernon Plan II, Acacia, KK , Longhorn Band BOLIN, BOBBY JOE, Bonham Mathematics BOLTON, CHARLES LEE, III, Corpus Christi Geology, SAME, AROTC BOMMER, DAVID ROBERT, San Antonio Pharmacy BOND, ALISON MONROE, Dallas Radio and TV, AEP, AROTC BONDS, HARRY VAUGHN, Baytown Personnel Management BONNER, BOOKER THOMAS, JR., Wallis Government, A A BONNER, JACK WILBUR, III, Corpus Christi Zoology and Pre-Medical BONNEY, CHARLES EDWARD, Ranger History, Intramurals BOONE, KENARD CLAY, Austin Architecture, T2A, Sphinx BORCHERS, ROBBIE ANN WALTERS, Yoakum Mathematics, r l B, TBS, AAA, Longhorn Band, Upperclass Advisor BORDEN, ROLAND CLAUDE, Missouri City, Tenn. Mathematics BOREN, ANN, Abilene History, Wesley Foundation BORN, GEORGE H., Edna Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, ZFT, lAeS BOSTWICK, ROBERT O., Austin Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management BOULDIN, RICHARD TOM, Houston English, Varsity Debate, German Conference Play, Y, Government Committees BOWEN, WALTER CHARLES, JR., Lubbock Engineering Route to Business Administration BOWMAN, JAYNE LOU, Houston Elementary Education, ZTA BOWMAN, ROBERT HUNT, Baytown Physics, X ' I , Interfraternity Council BRACKENRIDGE, ELOISE WILSON, Taylor Radio and TV, ZTA, Sweetheart Finalist, Honor Roll, KUT FM, KRTT Hostess, Aqua Carnival Finalist, Bluebonnet Belle, Government and Union Committees, Goodfellow BRADSHAW, FRANCES ANNE, Austin English, AAA, t BK BRADY, ALFRED BERNARD, JR., Hearne Pre-Medical, ARE, AEA Pago 43 SENIORS BRANHAM, WILLIAM KEITH, Houston Business Administration, I ' K BRANNAN. JAMES THOMAS, Abilene Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE, TSPE, Engineering Council BRAUBACH, CARL HUBIER, Cleveland Accounting, BA+, Government and Union Committees, Intramurals BRAUCHT, PATRICIA BRENNAN, Austin English BREDT, JAN, Rockdale Business Education, l ' Hi, M ' MI BREWER, BEVERLY ANN, Lamesa English, AT, Reagan, Union Committees, Y, Upperclass Advisor, Chemical Engineering Sweetheart, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist BREWER, GENE DAVIS, Kilgore Accounting BREWER, JANE ANN, Bowie Bacteriology BREWSTER, BOB BURNETT, Mount Pleasant Engineering Route to Business Administration, lAeS, Society for the Advancement of Management BRIDGES, JOEL MARTIN, Dallas Architectural Engineering, AAAE BRIDWELL, CHARLES ERNEST, Coleman Business Administration, AROTC, Los Charros, Honors Day Con- vocation, Varsity Golf, T Association BROCK, JAMES HENRY, Houston Advertising, ATO BRONSTAD, MAURICE ELROY, Denton Architectural Engineering, AAAE BROOKS, CHARLES ERSKINE, Rockdale Pre-Medical, Bull, Government Committees BROOKS, MOLLY ANN, Thornton Secretarial Studies, AX, IIJJ1I, Wesley Foundation, Newman Hall Advisor, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee BROTHERS, BARBARA JO. Gonzales Sociology, Triggerettes BROUSSARD, JOEL EARL, JR., Houston Chemistry, ACS, Intramurals BROWDER, MARVIN WESLEY, JR., Fort Worth Industrial Management, , Society for the Advancement of Management BROWN, CATHERINE LEE, Gatesville History, A , Government Committees BROWN, COY EVERETT, Roaring Springs Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE BROWN, DAVID PAUL, Henderson Pre-Law, Wesley Foundation BROWN, GEORGE JAMES, Austin Physical Education, PEM Club BROWN, PEGGY ANN, Colorado City Nutrition, Home Economics Club, Coordinators ' Council, Halstead Co-op BROWN, WILLIAM VANN. Greenville Mechanical Engineering, II KA, +112, ASME, AROTC Drill Team, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, Government Committees, Honor Roll, Royal Spirit BRUNER, JAMES HOLLIS, Mineola Zoology BUCHANAN, DAVID LEE, JR., Port Lavaca Electrical Engineering, Honor Roll BUCHANAN, HENRY ALLEN, JR., Austin Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE BURFORD, CAROLYN S. KEEN, Austin English, ZTA BURFORD, EDDIE MILLER, Edinburg Pre-Law, ATO BURGESS, TIMOTHY LEE, Nacogdoches Chemistry, AX2 BURKE, JOE FREDERICK, Houston Interior Decorating, ISA, Government and Union Committees, Inter-Cooperative Council, Goodfellow, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, American Institute of Decorators BURKHART, MELINDA LOUISE, La Marque Psychology, A+, Mortar Board, AROTC Sponsor, Spooks, RIL, Government Committees, Sweetheart Nominee, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee, Panhellenic BURNETT, ANN LOUISE, Dallas English, KAH, Y BURROUGHS, SARA ALLISON. Shreveport, La. Journalism, Daily Texan BURTON, CAROLYN FRANCES. Houston Elementary Education, KAH, Union Committees BUTCHER, GARY PRESTON. Midland Electrical Engineering, + TA. Pog. 44 CLASS OF 1961 BUTLER, MARYLEN SUE, Bellaire Education, IM ' B, Government Committees, Longhorn Singers, Round-Up BUTLER, TOM KELLY, Houston Business Administration, K BYARS, JAMES ARTHUR, Follett Transportation, ANA BYARS, PHYLLIS ANN, Blanco Home Economics, M, Home Economics Club, Spooks BYERS, AUBYN STEWART, Houston Secretarial Studies, AAA, Upperclass Advisor, Honor Roll CALKIN, ALLAN GARRISON, San Angelo Mathematics CALLAWAY, ELIZABETH SPENCER, San Antonio Plan II, KKP, Ashbel CAMPBELL, BERT LOUIS, Sulphur Springs Journalism and Government, ZAX, Tejas, Daily Texan CANNON, WILLIAM S., San Antonio Accounting, A2II CANTU, JOSE RENE, Encino Pharmacy, K , LPhA, Newman Club CARAMANIAN, MARIE ESTHER, Houston Elementary Education, A4 , Education Council, NEA, TEA, Cap and Gown, Assembly, Union Committees, Royal Spirit CARDENAS, CHARLES, JR., Weslaco Accounting CARLETON, FINIS E., Ill, Houston Chemical Engineering, AXS, TBTJ, f!XE, AlChE, Engineering Fellow CARR, ROBERT I., JR., San Antonio Architectural Engineering, AXA, TBIT, AAAE, NSA CARTER, ABBY MARIE, Clarksville Home Economics, OX, Home Economics Club, Inter-Co-Operative Council CARTER, JERRY FAY, Arlington Speech, ZTA, Ashbel, Union Committees nenl of 1C Ml! Student Semi CASS, CHARLES ABNEY, Austin Economics, AROTC, Government Committees CASSIDY, RICHARD SWAIN, Greenville Chemical Engineering, I Hi:, AX2, TBn, AlChE CAVAZOS, MIGUEL ANGEL, JR., Laredo Pharmacy, LPhA, Laredo Club CAYWOOD, ELIZABETH L., Austin Pharmacy, KE, LPhA, Government Committees, Round-Up CHADWICK, TOM BEN, Tyler Engineering Route to Business Administration, 5X CHAMBERLAIN, THOMAS EDWARD, Galveston Pharmacy CHAMBERS, TOM D., Fort Worth Finance, KS CHANCELLOR, RICHARD STUART, Midland Business Administration, iX, Varsity Golf, T Association CHANEY, JOHN HENRY, San Antonio Accounting CHAO, HECTOR, Mexico City, Mexico Accounting CHAPMAN, RICHARD EDWARD, Bellville Pharmacy CHASE, JUDY ANN, Houston Advertising, KKT, TAX CHERRY, MARY JANE, Omaha Drama Education CHESHIRE, CAROLYN SUE, San Antonio Pharmacy, KE, PX, LPhA, Pharmacy Fellow, Newman Club CHESTER, ARTHUR N., Austin Physics, A2 J , -MIS CHIDSEY, MEREDITH, Kerrville English, Reagan, Cap and Gown, Union Committees, Texan Notebook, Student Education Association, Upperclass Advisor CHIDZOY, VIVIEN DEANNE DAVIES, Bellaire German, Canterbury Club, Upperclass Advisor, Der Eulenspiegelverein CHILDERS, BETTE JO, Houston Interior Decorating, KAO, American Institute of Decorators CHISM, JAMES ROY, San Antonio Engineering Route to Business Administration, AZII, Handball Club, Campus Guild CLANTON, JOYCE ELLEN, Dallas Interior Decorating, University Chorus, Home Economics Club Poge 45 SENIORS CLARK, ROBERT EARL, Austin Bacteriology, IIKA CLARK, WILLIAM BRUTON, Dallas Personnel Management, Wesley Foundation CLAYTON, ALBERT BELL, Victoria History, Wesley Foundation CLAYTON, PAUL BAUCHMAN, Port Arthur History, Mli:, +KK, Canterbury Club CLEMENTS, WAYNE WILSON, Dallas Marketing, ATA, Student Marketing Association CLOUD, MARTHA MARIE, Georgetown Interior Decorating, Home Economics Club, American Institute of Decorators ClYBURN, JOHN HOWARD, Conroe Economics, Society for Advancement of Management, American Finance Association COBB, GARY WAYNE, San Antonio Mathematics COBLE, JOHN LEE, Austin Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, AXA, illK, Society for the Advancement of Management, CBA Council COCANOUGHER, ARTHUR BENTON, Wichita Falls Finance, KA, Itl ' l, American Finance Association, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student COCANOUGHER, DOROTHY KAY, Wichita Falls Business E ducation, AX!!, IIS2II, Government Committees COCKRELl, JAMES THOMAS ROSS, Hillsboro Business Administration, ATA COE, GAYLE LOUISE, Marathon English, Halstead House Council, Inter-Co-operative Council COFFEE, JERRY LEE, Mexia Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE, Amateur Radio Club COFFEE, M. PAUL, San Antonio Physics, Astronomy Club COLE, CONNIE COLEEN, Bryan Music, Wesley Foundation, University Chorus, Opera Workshop COLE, JAMES DEE, Greenville Psychology, KK k, Tejas, Longhorn Band, Wesley Foundation COLE, RICHARD ROSSER, Houston Business Administration, " frK-, A2II, Y, Union Committees COIEMAN, CAROL DEAN, Houston Mathematics, ' I ' M, Panhellenic COLEMAN, JIMMY LEE, La Marque Pharmacy COLLINS, WILLIAM PHILLIP, Austin Mechanical Engineering, ASME, NSPE, TSPE COLLYER, WILLIAM M., la Crescenta, Calif. Business Administration, Government and Union Committees CONE, BOBBY G., Jacksonville Business Administration CONKLE, ALICE ELENA, Austin Elementary Education, NEA, ACE, Longhorn Christian Fellow- ship, University Religious Council CONNER, JAMES TED, Hamilton Civil Engineering, ASCE CONRAD, BETTY ANN, Houston English, KAH, BSU, Y, Ashbel COOK, CONNIE SUE, McAllen English, AAA COOK, GEORGE WAITER, San Antonio Zoology, ATA, AKA COOK, RUTH ANN, Austin Chemistry, AOII, HK, AAA, Varsity Debate, Panhellenic COOK, WILSON CLARKE, Bryan Marketing Administration, Government and Union Committees. Amer- ican Marketing Association, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, Y, Longhorn Singers COOPER, JOHN CLIFTON, Beaumont Chemical Engineering, il ' t-K, AICHE COOPER, MALCOLM LANE, Amarillo Finance, ' I 1 AH, American Finance Association, Government Committees COOPER, MICHAEL ROSS, Winslow, Ariz. Government, I ' K4 ' , Assembly, Cowboys COOPER, SARA WILBARGER, Waco English COPELAND, TERRY DUANE, Plainview Chemistry, AX, Y CORNELL. PATRICIA CELESTE. Sin Antonio Elementary Education, Disciples Student Fellowship fay, it CLASS OF 1961 CORRY, CHARLES REUBEN, Fort Worth Finance, American Finance Association CORRY, GLENDA GAYLE, Fort Worth Secretarial Studies, Businessmen ' s Wives Club COUCH, PAUL DAVID, Denison Personnel Management, A ' frfi, Government and Union Commit- ees, Arnold Air Society, Orientation, Friars, Outstanding Student COWAN, MAURICE EDWARD, Austin English, J Ki), Silver Spurs, Interfraternity Council COWEN, JACK F., Austin Economics COX, BEVERLY, Houston English, AXfi, Spooks, Government Committees, RIL, Round-Up COX, DARRELL GLENN, Sanderson Aero-Space Engineering, lAeS, TSPE, NSPE, Summer Assembly COX, W. E., Houston Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, American Finance Association, American Marketing Association, Society for Advancement of Management, CBA Council CRABB, DAL ED, Crosby Transportation, A2II, ANA, CBA Council, Strike and Spare CRABB, JOE FRED, Crosby English, Czech Club, University Chorus, Strike and Spare CRABTREE, CAROLYN CAMILLE, San Antonio Music CRAIG, RONALD WAYNE, Dickinson Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE, TSPE, Engineering Council CRANE, PATRICK BENNETT, Conroe English, K2, Y CRAVER, WILLIAM LIONEL, JR., Midland Mechanical Engineering, I K , MI , TBI1 CRAWFORD, CHARLES ROBERT, Port Arthur History CRAWFORD, JOHN MILTON, JR., Athens Business Route to Law, AII, KK , Silver Spurs, Longhorn Band, CBA Council, Inter-Co-op Council, TLOK, President Ran- som ' s Advisory Cabinet, Mike Flynn Award, Friars, Goodfellow, Outstanding Student fsllow- A - CRAZE, ROBBIE JEANNE; Houston Spanish, AAA, 2AII, Upperclass Advisor CREVELING, JOHN WILLIAM, Corpus Christi Industrial Management, 2AE CROMER, GEORGE EDWIN, Fort Worth Accounting CRONENBERGER, JOE HELEN, La Grange Bacteriology, AEA, A t T CROOK, JAMES JEFFERY, El Paso Business Administration, Newman Club CROUCH, SHARON JOVAY, Vega Interior Decorating, Upperclass Advisor, Home Economics Club, American Institute of Decorators CRUMPTON, LARRY C, Boerne History CUMMINS, MARY MALCOLM, Taft Plan II and Spanish, Union Committees CUNNINGHAM, KENNETH JAY, Gatesville Civil Engineering, ASCE, TSA CURBY, HAROLD RAY, Franklin History, 4HZ, AB, Longhorn Singers CURRIE, LAURIN C., Austin Mathematics, Tejas CURTIS, JEWEL, Fort Worth Pharmacy, KE, Assembly, LPhA CYPRUS, GERALD STEVEN, Houston Chemistry and Pre-Medical, " Mli), Moore Hill Hall Counselor DAIGLE, BARBARA ANN, Galena Park English, All Campus Advisors, Baptist Student Union DALTON, BERNARD ROY, Austin Zoology DANIELS, ANITA ROBERTA, Big Spring English DANIELS, CALVIN LEE, Big Spring Chemistry DANNENBAUM, JAMES D., Houston Civil Engineering, BHII, Hi, XE, Silver Spurs, Assembly, Engineer- ing Council, Government and Union Committees, Round-Up, Outstand- ing Student, Friars, Discipline Committee, President Ransom ' s Ad- visory Board, Y, ASCE, TSPE, TSP Board of Directors DARLING, JOHN KIMBRELL, Houston Advertising, l ' Ki;, A2II, AAi), American Marketing Association, CBA Council, Honor Roll DAVENPORT, DIXIE LEE, Rockdale Mathematics, Cap and Gown, Y, Wesley Foundation Page 47 SENIORS DAVIS. DOROTHY DIANE, Dallas Interior Decorating, AAA, Reagan, Government Committees, Round-Up DAVIS, JERRY DONALD, Dallas Engineering Route to Business Administration, i l ' K, T Association DAVIS, LOU ANN, Big Spring Home Economics, AAII, Home Economics Club DAVIS, LOUISE CAROL, San Antonio Plan II, AK ' I ' , Spooks, Panhellenic, Government Committees DAVIS, TEDD E., Wichita Falls Accounting, Honor Roll, Student Assistant DAVIS, WILLIAM ANDREW, Clarkwood Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE, NSPE, AIME, Amateur Radio Society DAVIS, WINSTON EARL, Big Sandy Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE, Intramurals DAY, BILLY BERNARD, Austin Psychology, AXA, Assembly, Silver Spurs, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, RIL, Daily Texan, NSA Delegate to Cuba DEAN, PEGGY JOYCE, San Antonio Elementary Education, NEA, TEA DEAVER, JOHN MONTGOMERY, Memphis English, Westminster Fellowship DE FARCES, JOHN WARNER, Houston Chemical Engineering, t KT, AlChE DEFORD, JIMMY FRANCIS, Waco Aero-Space Engineering, ASME, TSPE, lAeS DE FOREST, ROY EDWARD, Fulton Government DEISTER, RENE JOHN, San Francisco del Ovo, Mexico Chemical Engineering, Club de Mexico, Intramurals de KERATRY, ERNESTO, JR., Mexico City, Mexico International Trade, AiMI, Club de Mexico, Newman Club, Inter- national Trade Club DELANEY, GORDON, Pasadena Psychology, i ' l ' K, A Cappella Choir de la PENA, RICHARD, San Antonio Business Education, Ai.ll DELTZ, PATRICIA JOAN HORN, Muenster Journalism, tt2D4 , Newman Club DELTZ, PAUL NORTON, Alta Loma Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Newman Club DEMENT, DENNIE MAREE, Austin Home Economics, Home Economics Club DEMENT, NANCY, Austin Mathematics, AX!!, I ' I!K, Cap and Gown DENSON, RICHARD E., Arlington Marketing Administration, All I, American Marketing Association, Society for Advancement of Management, Disciples Studen ' t Fellow- ship DERDEN. CHARLIE RICHARD, JR., Malakoff Chemical Engineering, AlChE DICK, MARY ALLWYN, Austin English, AA1I, Reagan DICK, WALTER LEE, Austin Business Administration DICKENS, EDWIN LARRY, Carrizo Springs Government DICKEY, BETTY LYNN, Houston Sociology, XTA DICKEY, CLAIRE ANN, Houston Education, AAII, Round-Up, Union Board of Directors, New- man Club, Government and Union Committees, Discipline Committee DILL, TERRY DOYT, Olney Accounting, Varsity Golf, T Association DILLARD, MARY GLYN, San Antonio Management, Society for Advancement of Management DILLON, PATRICIA SUE, Austin French, AAII, IIA-I-, AAA, ' MiK, Reagan, Union Committees DIPPEL, GENE HARVEY, La Grange Engineering Route to Business Administration, All I, Society for Advancement of Management DITMORE. FRANK EDWARD, Cisco Accounting DOIG, LARRY JOSEPH, Victoria Mathematics DONNELLY, SAZA DEE. Grand Prairie Elementary Education, ACE, Union Committees DORLON, JOHN HARFORD, JR., San Antonio History fog. 41 CLASS OF 1961 DORRIS, KENNETH LEE, Baytown Chemistry DORSEY, JULIANNE FRANCES, Jardinas del Pedregal, Mexico Chemistry, AZ, Government Committees DOUBRAVA, CHARLES EDDIE, Woodsboro Petroleum Engineering, AIME DOUGLAS, MARY LURLINE, El Paso Mathematics, ZTA, Der Eulenspiegelverein DOWDY, CAROL KAY, Pharr English, AAII, RIL, Government Committees DOWDY, JANIE RAYE, Pleasanton Elementary Education, Upperclass Advisor, ACE, SEA DRAKE, FLOYD RICHARD, Amarillo Architectural Engineering, I E, AROTC, SAME DRAKE, ROYCE ALLISON, JR., Eagle Pass Civil Engineering, AKE, ASCE, NSPE, Intramurals DRENNER, GEORGE LAWRENCE, JR., Rosenberg Petroleum Engineering, TBI1, AIME DRISCOLL, STARLEE ANN, Corpus Christi Music Education, AI, Symphony Orchestra, Texas Music Educators Association DUDLEY, JAMES HUDSON, Comanche Economics, Tejas, Government and Union Committees, Round-Up DUKE, BUFORD WOODROW, JR., Dallas Architecture, AIA DUNCAN, CYNTHIA, Pampa Elementary Education, XS2, RIL, Y, Upperclass Advisor, Union Commit- tees, Wesley Foundation DUNLAP, KAY, Dallas History, ZTA DUSEK, CLIFTON JOHN, Caldwell Chemical Engineering, AlChE, Longhorn Band DUTY, RHETTA ROBERTA, Houston Sociology, KKT ciilion, Fellow- ,Nw Spline DUVAL, CHARLES MARK, Sherman Electrical Engineering, AIEE DUVALL, DAVID CURTIS, Dallas Architectural Engineering DUWE, GEORGE DOUGLAS, Dallas Business Administration, ATA, Varsity Swimming, T Association DYE, SUSANNAH VINCENT, Plainview Economics, International Trade Club DYER, JOE CHARLES, Tyler Business Administration EADS, ROBERT POPE, Bellaire Transportation EADS, SHARON LEE, Amarillo Bacteriology, AXJ2, Home Economics Club, Y, Wesley Foundation EAKIN, LOIS EUGENIA, Ingram English EASLEY, RITA CAROLYN, Alexandria, Va. English, AXS2, FAX, Curtain Club, Archaeological Society EATHORNE, JOHN M., San Angelo Personnel Management, A II, CBA Council, Society for Advancement of Management EATON, JACK HODGE, JR., Memphis, Tenn. Personnel Management, A2II, Society for Advancement of Man- agement ECKERMAN, OTTO ERNEST, Houston Education EDGAR, SALLY, Austin English, AXS), SEA, Reagan, Southern Singers EDWARDS, BECKY GLYNN, Paris English, AAA, Reagan, Government Committees EDWARDS, JOHN CHARLES, Houston Industrial Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for Advancement of Management EDWARDS, MARGARET ANNE, San Antonio Elementary Education, AAA EHRLICH, CLARENCE EUGENE, East Bernard Bacteriology EICHENBAUM, HAROLD, JR., Austin Business Administration, 1 A, Union and Government Committees EICKMANN, MARIE JOSEPHINE, Austin Journalism, M, B2 t , AAA, Daily Texan Editor, Orange Jackets, Spooks, Mortar Board, Lutheran Student Association, Outstand- ing Student EIKENBURG, JOHN JOSEPH, Dallas Finance, K , American Finance Association, Intramurals Page 49 SENIORS EISENWINE, NORMA ANN, Pecos Elementary Education, X!2, Newman Club, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee, Union Committees, Ten Most Beautiful Finalist EKLUND, SUSAN JANE, San Antonio Psychology, Upperclass Advisor, Psychology Honors Program ELAM, JOHN MADISON, Longview Pharmacy, K , LPhA EUEDGE, REBECCA DANIELL, Austin Chemistry ELLIOTT, ALMA ANN, Bryan Elementary Education, Al ' ELLIS, JIMMY MAC, San Antonio Art, Art Club, Commercial Art Club ELLIS, RAYMOND, Channelview Mathematics, Insurance Society, Intramurals ELLISON, BERNIE RAY, Daingerfield Electrical Engineering, IRE ELLISON, WALTER LOTT, Fort Worth Industrial Management ELSEA, MICHAEL D., Amarillo Accounting ELY, SALLY JEAN, Tyler Plan II, ZTA, +AH, Ashbei EMERSON. ETHEL MAXINE. Dallas English EPPRIGHT, NANCY CLAIRE, Austin Anthropology, KKP ERWIN, MYRA, Commerce English, X.TA, RIL, Ashbei EVANS, JERRY QUIN, Houston Advertising, ATI. 1 EVERSBERG, JON RUSS, Albany Petroleum Land Management, t AH, Petroleum Landman ' s Association tftf EWING, JUDITH MARIE, Corpus Chritti Elementary Education, XO, Y, Cap and Gown EZELL, ELLEN McANGUS, Austin Accounting, AAA, Bl ' l, BA+, Cap and Gown FAHEY, ROBERT JOHN, Galveston Directing, Newman Club, Curtain Club, Longhorn Band, Round-Up Review Director FAKHR-El-DIN, GALAL, Cairo, Egypt Government, Organization of Arab Students, Union Commit- tees, Foreign Trade Club FANCHER, GEORGE H., JR., Austin Petroleum Engineering, +K , TB1I, AIME FARLEY, NEAL DURON, Corpus Christi Accounting FARMER, THOMAS, Pasadena Government FERGUSON, CHARLES WARREN, San Antonio Aero-Space Engineering, ATJ1, American Rocket Society, lAeS FERGUSON, JON EDWIN. Groesbeck Civil Engineering, TKII, XK, Scabbard and Blade, Engineering Council FERRELL, RALPH HUMAN, Blooming Grove Chemical Engineering. TBII, A XX S1XK, AlChE FIELD, THOMAS PHILLIPS, JR., Dallas Finance, I ' KS ' , American Finance Association FIELDS, LINDA LEE, San Angelo Secretarial Studies. KKf, Itl ' X IHill FINCH, DONALD RAY, Cuero Business Administration, AKK, American Marketing Association, Society for Advancement of Management FINDEISEN, ALLEN GAIL, San Antonio Electrical Engineering, TBII FINE, CAROLE ANN, San Angelo Chemistry, A ' l ' K, Spooks FINNEBURGH, PAULA PEARL, Dallas Secretarial Studies and Business Education, M ' .ill. CBA Coun- cil, Hillel Council, University Religious Council, Honor Roll FISHER. RICK PETER, Beaumont English, M ' Kl FITZ GERALD, GERALD, JR., Midland English, t K + FITZGERALD, HARLEY N , Fort Worth Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, Longhorn Flying Club FLETCHER, MARTHA ROBERTA. Bryan Social Welfare, Y. Turtle Club. Social Welfare Club, Baptist Student Union, Longhorn Singers fog. SO SotielY linage- dp FREEMAN, JOE REED, Loop Accounting FREEMAN, JUANDA JUNE, Loop Elementary Education FRENCH, CAROLYN, Woodsboro History, AAII FRY, MICHAEL SCOTT, San Antonio English, Silver Spurs, Newman Club, Scabbard and Blade, Union Board, RIL, Outstanding Student, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile FUHRMAN, CAROLYN BRINKER, Austin Elementary Education, Cap and Gown, Newman Club, ACE FULLINGIM, PATRICIA BERNAYZ, Odessa Secondary Education, I1B I FULTON, MICHAEL MORRISON, San Antonio Chemical Engineering, KA FULWILER, ROBERT N., Belton Business Administration FUNK, JOE E., JR., San Angelo Business Administration, ' i rA, Los Charros GAINEY, HUGH GERRARD, Houston Chemical Engineering, AlChE GAINEY, JOHN MICHAEL, III, Bryan Advertising, AA2, A ' M2, Tejas, Union Committees, Round-Up GALBRAITH, HOMER DAVID, Austin Architectural Engineering, AAAE, TSPE GALLOWAY, DANIEL GRAHAM, Stamps, Ark. Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKX, t HZ, AIEE, IRE, Engineering Fellow GAMBOA, GONZALO, Ml, Laredo Accounting, American Finance Association, Westminster Student Fel- lowship, Laredo Club GANEY, LILLIE VIRGINIA, Abilene History, KA8 GARCIA, CONRADO, Raymondville Pharmacy, K , Newman Club, LPhA GARDNER, MILTON UEL, Dallas Architecture, AIA GARDNER, WILLIAM REAVIS, Arlington Chemical Engineering, AX2, TBII, OXE, KK , Longhorn Band, AlChE GARRETT, GARY W., Houston Petroleum Engineering GARRISON, BEN PAUL, Lewisville Electrical Engineering, AIEE CLASS OF 1961 FLINN, ELLEN JEAN, Grand Prairie Elementary Education, Longhorn Singers, Daily Texan FOOSE, DEAN EDWIN, White Deer History FOOTE, ALTON FRANKLIN, Campbell Architectural Engineering, AAAE, TSPE, NSPE FOOTE, BRENDA ANN, Perryton Mathematics, Orchesis FORBES, WINIFRED PERCILLA, Dallas Elementary Education FORBRICH, CARL ALEXANDER, JR., San Antonio Aero-Space Engineering, X I , lAeS, Air Force Association, Newman Club, Orange Wing Drill Team, Intramurals FORD, FAITH, La Marque Mathematics, IIB t , AAA FORREST, LARRY CHARLES, Austin Secondary Education, A Cappella Choir FOWLER, ETHEL CRAWLEY, Austin Plan II FOX, CHARLES EDWIN, Corpus Christi Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE, TSPE, NSPE, Engineering Council FOX, DEAN SWIFT, San Antonio Physical Education, PEM Club FOX, JOHN BLAKE, San Antonio Physical Education, PEM Club FOX, LEWIS MICHAEL, San Antonio Economics FOX, PHYLLIS ANN, Pharr Elementary Education, AA1I, Government Committees, Royal Spirit FRANK, JAY EDWARD, San Marcos Architecture, K2 FRANKS, CHARLYNN, San Antonio Elementary Education, AX, ACE, RIL, Upperclass Advisor, Government Committees fit 1 fc Page 51 SENIORS GARTNER, JOELLA MARIE, Corpus Chrijti Home Economics, Home Economics Club GARZA, ROY C, San Antonio Architecture, AIA GAUGER, MARY 8OYCE, Woodsboro English GEORGE, CHARLES FLOYD, JR., Brownwood Electrical Engineering, TBII, IIKX, AIEE, IRE, Engineering Fellow GERRON, THOMAS GERALD, Odessa Accounting, Aill GERSBACH, LA WANDA, Taylor English GIBBONS, JAMES THOMAS, Edinburg Engineering, AIME, Wesley Foundation, NROTC GIBSON, JACK FARRIS, JR., Sulphur Springs Secondary Education, HS GIDDENS, KATHRYN ADELE, Austin Geology, AZ, Geological Society, Union Committees GILES, RICHARD ANTHONY, Stamford Engineering Route to Business Administration, ATA, Society for Advancement of Management GILLASPIE, JAMES DAVID, San Antonio Pharmacy, II KA GILLETT, RUTH E-, Cenulillo History, KAH, t ' AH, Union Executive Council, Government Committees, Upperclass Advisor GILLIAM, JAMES M., Austin Pharmacy, Union Committees, Inter-Co-operative Council GIPSON, WANDA LEE, Tyler Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club GIRARD, PATSY ANN, San Antonio English, Newman Club, Intramurals GLAZER, LARRY S., Fort Worth History, 2AM, Cowboys, AROTC, Interfraternify Council Pft P ma GLENN, FREDDIE JOE, Cleburne Marketing, AiMI, American Marketing Association, Society for Advance- ment of Management GODFREY, CAROL KAY, Bfownsville Latin-American Studies, AAA, AAA, 2AII, Reagan GODWIN, CHARLES WAYNE, Houston Psychology, Der Eulenspiegelverein GODWIN, DAVID FRANK, Dallas Journalism GOERNER, CHARLES L., Austin Mechanical Engineering GOLDBERG, AUDREY, Beatrice, Nebr. English, iAT GOLDBERG, JANICE ELAINE, Houston Zoology, A ' I K GOLDSTEIN, SHARON JEAN, Dallas Sociology, A-I ' K GOLSON, WILLIAM ROBERT, Crawford Civil Engineering, ASCE, SAME GOMEZ, JOEL, Crystal City Sociology, Rio Grande Valley Club GONZALEZ, CASPAR MARTIN, Tampico, Mexico Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Club de Mexico, Newman Club GONZALEZ, GUADALUPE B., San Diego Secondary Education GOODEN, ELIZABETH ANNE, Austin Education, IIS2II, Union Committees, Daily Texan GOODWIN, ROBERT MARION, Houston Government, 2X, Varsity Football GORDY, JOYCE LYNN, Beaumont Elementary Education, AX!. 1 , ACE, NEA, Y, Government Com- mittees GOTT, CARROLL DEENE, Port Arthur Mathematics, IN, T Association, Varsity Football GOTTWALD, AIDE SUE, Harwood Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club, Government Com- mittees GRADY, ADELINE CECELIA, Galveston Elementary Education, Newman Club, SEA, All Campus Advisors GRAHAM, EDWIN SMITH, III, Graham Petroleum land Management, AKK, Petroleum Land Management Association CRAMMER, TOM RICHARD, Houston Zoology, AKA, Hi) Pag. 57 it Cm- (I Con- GUYNES, BENJAMIN M., Corpus Christi Accounting GUZMAN, BALDEMAR G., Donna Civil Engineering, ASCE GUZMAN, ENRIQUE, San Juan Civil Engineering, ASCE, Newman Club HAAS, STEPHEN ALLAN, McAllen Retailing, TA f , Society for Advancement of Management HACKER, SONDRA KAY, Dallas Psychology, Y, Wesley Foundation HADDEN, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, Port Arthur Pharmacy, KE, LPhA, Pharmacy Fellow HAINS, NORMAN LYNN, Houston Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for Ad- vancement of Management, University Bowling League HALE, STANLEY GENE, Sherman Business Administration HALL, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, Alligator, Miss. Business Administration, Xfi, Government Committees HAMILTON, CARLOS ROBERT, JR., Houston English and Pre-Medical, ATO HAMILTON, SARA ELIZABETH, Dallas Accounting HAMLETT, JOEL HUGH, Snyder Chemical Engineering, AX2, 4 HS, AlChE HAMMACK, LYN ELLEN, Vernon English, KKF, Daily Texan, Cap and Gown HAMPTON, LINDA ANN, Fort Worth Secretarial Studies, AAII, Spooks, Reagan, Union Committees, Y, Royal Spirit HANCOCK, DONALD MARION, McAllen Plan II, AT HANDORF, SARAH LOIS, Palestine Retailing, AAII, Government and Union Committees, American Marketing Association, Cap and Gown, Society for Advance- ment of Management, RIL HANNON, JOHN MICHAEL, San Antonio Chemistry HANSON, DONALD RUDOLPH, San Antonio Mathematics HARDIN, THOMAS ASHBY, III, Uvalde Accounting, Canterbury Club HARDIN, TOMMY R., Austin Finance CLASS OF 1961 GRANDBERRY, KAROLYN KAY, Austin English, KKT, IIA I , Ashbel GRAVES, ROBERT LEE, Waco Music Education, I MA, ROTC, Longhorn Singers, Symphonic Band, Pershing Rifles GRAY, JAMES EUGENE, Weslaco Business Administration, A2II, Intramurals GREEN, GERALD CLAUDE, Dallas Journalism GREEN, JOE REGINAL, Tatum Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Intramurals GREENWAY, JUDITH JANELLE, Houston Clothing Design, A GREGG, TOM WILL, JR., San Angelo Personnel Management GRIFFIS, ROBERT LESTER, Coleman Broadcasting, KT, Los Charros, AROTC GRIFFITTS, GLENDA GAY, Vernon English, A , Reagan, Government and Union Committees, Y, Cap and Gown GROSS, ROBERT L, Corpus Christ! Mechanical Engineering, KBIt, ASME GROSSMAN, RUTHLEE, El Paso Elementary Education, A l E, ACE, Government Committees, Hillel GROVES, ANITA ELAINE, Spearman Sociology, A GRUBBS, JAMES BRYAN, Houston Finance, AK, American Finance Association, Society for Advancement of Management GUERRA, VIRGINIA SUSANA, Hebbronville Psychology, Halstead Co-op, Coordinators ' Council GUESSOUS, ABDERRAHMAN, Az Rov, Morocco Petroleum Engineering, Organization of Arab Students GURECKY, BARBARA JANE, Cameron English (ff C5 ft -mm ft Page 53 SENIORS HARDISON, JUDITH, league Drama, Curtain Club HARDY, THOMAS HOWARD, Malakoff Pharmacy and Zoology, ' I ' AX, LPhA HARKRIDER, FRANCIS EDWARD, Temple Electrical Engineering, MK, AIEE, IRE HARKRIDER, JACQUELINE MARIE, Temple Home Economics HARLAN, VEIMA HAZEL, Baytown Elementary Education HARRELL, SYBIL LOUISE, Groom International Studies, Wesley Foundation, Upperclasi Advisor, Ashbel HARRIS, EDWIN SHACKLEFORD, Waxahachie Engineering Route to Business Administration, ATA HARRIS, HARRY GORDON, JR., Rockdale Chemical Engineering, AXil HARRIS, JUDITH ANN, Mesquite Plan II, M!K HARRIS, KATHRYN JOANNE, Dallas Elementary Education, Longhorn Singers, NEA, Upperclass Advisor HARRIS, M. BART, III, Waxahachie Mechanical Engineering, ATA HARRIS, MARY ELIZABETH, San Antonio Drama, 5CTA, Curtain Club HARRIS, SHANNON I., George West Journalism, PAX, Cap and Gown, Baptist Student Union HARRIS, SYDNEY KIMBRO, Memphis, Tenn. Mathematics HARRIS, VERNON CLAUDE, Yoakum Architectural Engineering, AAAE, TSPE, ASCE, NSPE HARRISON, DOUGLAS PATRICK, Frost Chemical Engineering, TBII, 12XK, AlChE HARRISON, ROBERT JOSEPH, Austin Accounting, Intramurals HARRISS, JOHN CHARLES, Rockdale Engineering Route to Business Administration, Cactus HART, GEORGE TOM, Jasper Business Administration, KA HARTUNG, ROGER COLLIER, Fort Worth Civil Engineering, ASCE, Intramurals HATHAWAY, THOMAS JERRY, Mexia Business Administration, Ai.ll, los Charros HATTON, PETER ALLEN, Fort Worth Marketing, t K, A ' Ml, Newman Club, American Marketing Associa- tion HAVERLAH, CHARLES LOUIS, San Antonio Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE HAWKINS, PAULA JAN, Henrietta English, AAA HAWLEY, JAMES LEEPER, Dallas Pre-law, KA, Y, Round-Up, Government and Union Committees HAWORTH, ROBERT FREDERICK, San Angelo Civil Engineering, ASCE, TSPE, Engineering Council, NSPE HEITKAMP, NORMAN DENIS, San Antonio Chemistry HEISLEY, ALBERT NORRIS, McKinney Pharmacy, 1 ' 1 ' K, -I-AX HENDERSON, ELWOOD RAY. New Braunfels Mechanical Engineering, KK , Longhorn Band, Ranger Drill Team, Confederate Drill Team. ASME HENDERSON, LYNDA, Dallas Psychology, Turtle Club, Upperclass Advisor HENDERSON. THOMAS HARDER, Houston Physics and Mathematics, Intramurals HENDRICKS, GARY FRANKLIN, Fort Worth Civil Engineering, ASCE fog. 54 CLASS OF 1961 HENGST, HOWARD HARLEM, Schulenburg Pharmacy HENRY, JOHNNIE FRANK, Fort Worth Civil Engineering HENRY, MARTHA JO, Austin Radio, ATA, Texas Stars HENRY, PHYLLIS G., Fort Worth Elementary Education, ACE HENSHEL, RICHARD LEE, Dallas Sociology, t H2, AROTC, Confederate Drill Squad, Rangers, Faith and Life Community, Honor Roll HENSON, ROBERT LEE, Beaumont Economics, KA HERBSTER, JOHN FRED, Houston Physics HERBST, RICHARD CARL, Appleton, Wis. Mathematics, Newman Club HERMES, ROBERT A., Hallettsville Chemical Engineering, TBII, AX2, f AT, 1 H2, S2XE, AlChE HICKS, TROY LYNN, Sweeny Electrical Engineering, AIEE, Baptist Student Union HIGHLAND, LENORE CAROL, Houston Elementary Education, AX12 HILL, JAMES FRANCIS, Brownwood Accounting, ISA , XFI, Stag Co-Op, Intramurals HINSLEY, ROBERT BENJAMIN, Houston Pre-Law, I K6, Government and Union Committees, Newman Club, Round-Up HINSON, BILL J., Fort Stockton Pharmacy, t-AX, LPhA HINSON, JACK RAYMOND, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering, AFROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society HIPPS, PHILLIP LYND, Dallas Physical Education, Varsity Baseball, T Association, PEM Club Asoe Team, HITE, NORA JEAN, Gatesville English, AT, AAA, I BK, Wesley Foundation, Upperclass Advisor, Reagan HITT, GARY CHRIS, Fort Worth Physics and Mathematics, SAME, UT Bowling, AROTC) Scabbard and Blade, Ranger Drill Team, Chicago Tribune Award, Distinguished Military Student, Superior Cadet Award HOBBS, FLEMING COOK, San Antonio Aero-Space Engineering, AT, II2, AFROTC, lAeS HOCOTT, ELAINE, Houston History, AZ HOECKER, CLEVE JAMES, La Marque Electrical Engineering, A l ' fi, AIEE, Wesley Foundation HOGUE, JAMES MELVIN, Dallas Pre-Law, AEII HOISETH, MERLIN GEORGE, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE, NSPE, Longhorn Singers, Government Committees, Engineering Council HOLDEN, WILLIAM REECE, Fort Worth Business Administration, Ai! 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Business Education, Baptist Student Union, Union Committees HOOD, BARBARA JO, Houston English, Engineering Wives Club HOOPER, WILLIAM HENRY, Plainview Mathematics, Acacia, t II, Government Committees HORN, BARBARA MAUDEAN, Houston French and Spanish, AZ6 Page 55 SENIORS HORN, EDWARD LEE, JR., San Antonio Journalism, 1AX, Daily Texan, Campus Guild MORTON, SAMUEL B., Austin Architectural Engineering, AAAE, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade HOUSER, GORDON W., Austin Law, 1-l ' K HOUSTON, ROBERT CONWAY, Dallas Industrial Management, AROTC, Newman Club, Society for Advancement of Management, Union Committees HOWARD, DON ROBERT, Lefofi English HOWE, DIANE LORRAINE, San Antonio Business Administration, Society for Advancement of Management HOWELL, HOLLY G., La Marque Plan II, AAA, Y, Westminster Student Fellowship HOWELL, JEFFERSON DAVIS, JR., Victoria Government, ATS2 HOWSLEY, ANDREW DUB, Throckmorton Pharmacy HUDDLESTON, DENNIS, Hillsboro Chemical Engineering, AlChE HUDSON, PATRICIA ANNE, Orange Elementary Education. AAA, ROTC Sponsor, Upperclass Advisor, Union Committees HUDSPETH, ROBERT NEAL, Austin pian ii, +H2 HUETER, FRANK AUGUST, Houston Physics, t -K HUFF, CHARLES F., Boerne Mechanical Engineering, TBII, 1111, ASME. TSPE HUFF, MARY KATHERINE, Boerne Home Economics, OX, Home Economics Club, Longhorn Singers, University Chorus, Rll, Cap and Gown HUFFINGTON, ALICE VIRGINIA, Mont Calm Home Economics, AI ' A, AAA, ON, Mortar Board, Spooks, Home Economics Club, Cap and Gown HUGHES, DAVID KIKER, Abilene Business Administration, X, Silver Spurs, NROTC, CBA Council, Assem- bly, Government and Union Committees, Goodfellow HUGHES, FRANCES CATHERINE, Austin Psychology, Baptist Student Union HUHNDORFF, MARY MARLAND, Port Arthur Mathematics, Y, Canterbury Club HULSEY, SPURGEON LEON, Wharton Mathematics, Wesley Foundation HUNT, GRAFTON WORTHAM, Houston Petroleum Engineering, AIME HUNTLEY, JOAN, Austin Biology, Westminster Student Fellowship, Union Committees, Der Eulenspiegelverein HURT, BARBARA ANNE, El Paso Child Development, XSJ, Home Economics Club HURTA, LESLIE DARVIN. Needville Secondary Education, SEA IMKEN, AlVIN CHARLES, San Antonio Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Management INGRAM, TED WOODROW, JR., Fort Worth Physics, XA, Radio Club IRBY, JAMES HUDSON, Austin Electrical Engineering, A t . , AIEE, IRE ISAAC, DOROTHY SUE, Houston Elementary Education, AAA ISENSEE, ELIZABETH ANN, La Porte Medical Technology, A t T ISETT. DON DALE, Garland Electrical Engineering. ATJl, TBII. IIKX. Vanity Track, T Association JACKSON, GARY ROBERT, Borger Mathematics JACKSON, RALPH SEMMERS, Beevill Aero-Space Engineering, lAeS. UT Parachute Club Pog. 56 A . A. " fcfc : ' Co r f o Aisem- iciition JOHNSON, DON HENRY, Austin Architectural Engineering, XE, TBII, Tejas, A Cappella Choir JOHNSON, GAYLE, Corpus Christi Secretarial Studies, ZTA, Reagan JOHNSON, JANET, Fort Worth Home Economics, Home Economics Club JOHNSON, JUDITH LEE, Austin Education and History, A I , t A(-), Cap and Gown, Union Com- mittees, A Cappella Choir, Summer Assembly, Discipline Committee JOHNSON, MARION H., Sheridan, Ark. Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Management JOHNSON, MILAM SHELTON, JR., Austin Business Administration, ATA JOHNSON, NANCY BETH, Dallas Plan II and History, IIH ' I 1 , Y, Freshman Council JOHNSON, SALLY ANN, Austin Sociology, University Chorus JOHNSON, SHARON, Austin Home Economics, XJ2, Orange Jackets, Union Committees, Upperclass Advisor, Sweetheart Nominee JOHNSON, STEWART McCRINDELL, San Antonio Zoology, KA JOLLY, LLOYD CECIL, San Antonio Marketing, Tejas, American Marketing Association, Varsity Football Manager, Government Committees JONAS, BONNIE CHRISTAL, San Antonio Art, T B JONES, ELIZABETH THOMSON, Dallas English, FIB ! , Government and Union Committees JONES, JERRY LILLIAN, Beaumont Secretarial Studies, ZTA JONES, JOHN RAYMOND, Dallas Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE JONES, NEVA JANE, Waco Interior Decorating, American Institute of Decorators CLASS OF 1961 JACKSON, RICHARD FORD, Dallas Chemical Engineering, TBII, AX2, AT, J2X2, H2, AlChE JACO, JAN ANN, Victoria Advertising, FAX, American Marketing Association, Canterbury Club JACOBS, DAVID PAUL, Big Lake Finance, X, American Finance Association, Insurance Society JACOBSON, LINDA SARAH, New Orleans, La. Home Economics, Hillel JAIME, JOE ARTHUR, San Antonio Mathematics JAMES, DOUGLAS ORAN, Iowa Park Finance JAMES, RAYMOND PERCY, San Antonio Personnel Management, II KA JARRELL, FAYE ELLIS, La Marque Elementary Education, A ' l , Texas Stars, Union Committees, Y, Cap and Gown JARRELL, NORMAN DAVID, Austin Psychology, K , AROTC JEFFRIES, PAUL GENE, Arlington Electrical Engineering JENNINGS, RICHARD C., Corpus Christi Electrical Engineering, ATO, AIEE, IRE JERSIG, ROSEMARY, San Antonio Journalism, TAX, Daily Texan, Cap and Gown JEZ, LA VERNE JOYCE, Temple English, Y, Union Committees, NEA JOCHIMSEN, JANE DEE, San Antonio Music and Piano, AAII, 2AI, IIKA JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER KENT, Bryan History, Longhorn Singers JOHNSON, CLARA LOUISE, Cameron Art Education, Newman Club, Texas Art Educators Association Page 57 SENIORS JORDAN, JAMES FRANKLIN, Fort Worth Physics JOSEPH, LOUIS ALBERT, JR., Austin Zoology, Newman Club KAHANEK, ALBERT WILLIAM, Hallettsville Pharmacy, -I ' AX, LPhA, Pharmacy Fellow, Newman Club KAMRATH, EUGENIE MARTHA, Houston Art, AT, UTSA, Canter Club KAOUGH, JOSEPH BRYANT, Houston Drama, Curtain Club KAPCZYNSKI, RAY JAMES, West Pharmacy, K , Pharmacy Fellow, Newman Club KARNAUGH, LUDMYLA PAWLOWNA, Houston Bacteriology KAZEMI, HOSSEIN, Shiraz, Iran Petroleum Engineering, ill ' K, TBII, -Hli, AIME, Iranian Stu- dents Association KEELE, MILTON DUANE, Gatesville Chemical Engineering, AXi, AlChE KEILAM, NITA LOUISE, Austin Sociology, ISA, Wesley Foundation, Swing and Turn, Government and Union Committees KELLY, KATHRYN ANN, McKinney Home Economics, KKI ' KELSALL, SAMUEL, IV, Houston Business Administration and Law, Aii ' I 1 , AAi, American Finance Association, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, Interfraternity Council KELSEY, DAVID HAMILTON, Midland Journalism, 1-l-K, 1AX, Daily Texan, Honor Roll, David M. Warren Scholarship KEMP, PHYLLIS JOAN, San Antonio Home Economics Education, AOII, Home Economics Club, Panhellenic KENDALL, JAMES ADRIAN, Corpus Christi Zoology, Baptist Student Union, Government Committees KENNEDY, PATRICIA ANNE, Orange English, iiAII, All Campus Advisors, Upperclass Advisor, Cap and Gown iifc I KEUKY, LIM, Phrjom Penh, Cambodia Pharmacy, K + KIESEL, MARGUERITE ANN, Victoria Elementary Education, A ' l , NEA, Newman Club, Cap and Gown KILGORE, LINDA ELAINE, Groesbeck Home Economics and Journalism, Hi , TAX, ISA, UTSA, Poona, Spooks, All Campus Advisors, Cactus, Home Economics Club, Union Committees KIRKLAND, KAREN KAY, San Antonio Journalism, P ' l ' Il, Daily Texan KLASING, MILTON CHARLES, San Antonio Mechanical Engineering KLIER, NOLAN FRED, San Antonio Mechanical Engineering, ASME KLOSE, CAROL LEE, San Antonio Drama Education, AT KLOTZ, AYREE JANE, Henderson English, UK KNEBEL, GEORGE WILLIAM, Austin Mechanical Engineering, -I-K1, IITil, TBII. ' HIl, ASME, TSPE, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Engineering Council, Longhorn Flying Club, Distinguished Military Student. Hughes Tool Company Award, Louis C. Wagner Scholarship, Intramurals KNEBLIK. JANIS LYNN, Houston Journalism, H+, TAX, I 1 A, Bluebonnet Belle Nomine KNOX, BILLIE JACK, Grand Prairi Elementary Education, KKI ' KNUPP, ROBERT GIST. Amarillo Finance, IIKA, American Finance Association KOEN, BEVERLY ANN, Austin Plan II, AAII, AROTC Sponsor, Reagan, Union Committees KOEN, BILLY VAUGHN, Austin Chemical Engineering, I BK. TBII, !!XK, -I- AT AX1, ' Mil AlChE, Professional Fraternity Council, Union Committees KOEPP, PATRICIA CAROLYN, la Vernia Home Economics, SEA, Home Economics Club KOHN, NICHOLAS CARL, Oak Groves Philosophy L: tfc 4 CLASS OF 1961 KOONTZ, MARY ANN, Woodsboro Secretarial Studies, CBA Sweetheart Nominee, Honor Roll KOPECKY, ANNE LOUISE, Corpus Christ! Chemistry, THIS, Longhorn Band KRAUSE, ARNOLD ERICH, New Braunfels Marketing, AXA, AK , Interfraternity Council, CBA Council, AROTC KRUM, SHIRLEY RAY, Yoakum Business Education, Cap and Gown, NEA, Newman Club KUBIAK, DANIEL E., Rockdale Business Administration, CBA Council, Government Committees, Dis- cipline Committee KUHN, CHARLES RITCHIE, Austin Plan II, KKSt ' , AEA, Longhorn Band LAKE, RICHARD WILBUR, Houston Economics LANDE, SABRA JOY, San Antonio Fashion Designing, i)AT, Spooks, Panhellenic, Home Economics Club, Government Committees, Varsity Carnival LANDON, LYNNDA ANN, Henderson Home Economics, Cap and Gown, Home Economics Club LANDRY, CHARLES COLLINS, San Antonio Electrical Engineering, IRE, NSPE LANGE, JEROME H., Harper Mechanical Engineering, TBII, NSPE, NSME LANGHAM, DAVID ODELL, Tyler Engineering Route to Business Administration, AMJ, Los Charros, Theleme Co-Op LANGLEY, DOROTHY, Houston Home Economics, AXS2, Home Economics Club, Government Committees LASITER, DONNIE GENE, Longview Personnel Management, 2X, T Association, Varsity Basketball LAUDERDALE, LYNDA, Lamesa Elementary Education, Cap and Gown, Curtain Club, Daily Texan, SEA LAUGHLIN, JOE ACKER, Baytown Electrical Engineering POT, i Club, Arrf Flying Award, LAUGHLIN, JUDY ANNE, Dallas Art Education, r J B, Government Committees, Curtain Club, Wesley Foundation, Art Club LAUGHLIN, WILLIAM ROSS, Baytown History, AXA, Varsity Football, T Association LAUNEY, WALTON SEBASTIAN, Corpus Christ! Physics LAUREL, DIANA, Laredo Biology, Newman Club LAUZON, JOHN PARRY, JR., Angleton Chemistry, AT, t AT, I BIv LAVES, HAROLD PACEY, Austin Marketing and Retailing, 2AM LAWLER, TED J., Muleshoe Mechanical Engineering, ASME LAWRENCE, HAROLD ELTON, Houston Mechanical Engineering, ASME LAYMON, LILLIAN ELAINE WALLACE, Austin Business Education, TIfill LEARD, RICHARD GILL, Gilmer Civil Engineering, TBII, XE, ASCE, TSPE LEATHERWOOD, BETTY JANE, Palestine International Studies, ATA, TB2, Y, Longhorn Band, Texas Stars, Daily Texan LEBOURG, COLETTE RENEE, Houston Plan II, IIB4 , IIA I , Ashbel LEDDON, THRESA IRENE, Tivoli Accounting LEE, BERYL CATHERINE, Austin English, AZ, Daily Texan, Y, Westminster Student Fellowship, Gov- ernment Committees, Panhellenic LEISTICO, DONOVAN ALLAN, Austin Mathematics, A M1, FA LENDERMAN, GARY LEE, Bay City Chemistry, AX2, Longhorn Singers Page 59 SENIORS LEO, CHIN LOON, Batu Pahat, Malaya Economics LESLEY, JACK RENFRO, Wichita Falls Business Administration, HH||, Baptist Student Union, Government Committees LEVELL, PEGGY MAURINE, Kemp Secretarial Studies, Cap and Gown LEVERKUHN, CAROLYN, Houston Elementary Education LEW, TERRY, San Antonio Pharmacy, K+ LEWIS, GERALD ROYCE, Brownwood German, Der Eulenspiegelverein, AROTC LEWIS, JANE KAREN, Houston English, Daily Texan LEWIS, LINDA ANN, San Antonio English, HIM-, Y LEWIS, ROGER ALLAN, Corpus Christi Law, AB f, A+J1, Orange Wings, law Bachelors ' Clubbe LEWIS, RUTH ANN, Dallas Plan II, KAH LIEBERMAN, JUDITH ANN, Dallas History, A ' t ' K LIGON, LINDA MONETTE, Borger French LILES, LINDA ANN, Temple English, XTA, t AH, Bluebonnet Belle, Varsity Carnival Queen, Union Committees, Orange Jackets, Goodfellow, 1961 Cactus Associate Editor, Sweetheart Finalist LIPINSKY, JO ANN, Waco Speech Therapy, T LIPNER, JULIE ANNA, Corpus Christi Psychology, i)AT LISTER, GARY BROADHEAD, West Reading, Pa. Anthropology, Archaeological Society LinLE, HARVEY EDWARD, Winters Journalism, Daily Texan LOEB, PETER M., Sweetwater Plan II and Pre-Medical, AM. -Hli, AKA, +BK LOECKLE, ADOLPH HENRY, JR., Texaj City Electrical Engineering, KUT-FM Staff, AIEE, IRE, KRTT LOEWENSTERN, RICHARD JULES, Houston Real Estate, ' l-iA, A MJ IONEY, CHARLES DALE, Austin Mathematics LONGAKER, MARY DOWNING, Dallas English, KAH, Ashbel, Y, Panhellenic LOONEY, D ' ETTE, Edinburg History, SEA, Y, Upperclass Advisor LOPEZ, DAVID T., Laredo Journalism, i ' AX, Daily Texan, Laredo Club LOPEZ, RODOLFO J., Falfurrias Mathematics LOVELESS, ANA FRANCES, Eden Elementary Education LOWE, GERALD ARTHUR, Austin Advertising, Acacia, AA2 LOWRY, WALLACE EDWIN, JR., Huntsville Pre-Medical, IIKA, Cowboys, Interfraternity Council, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile LUCAS, CHARLES W.. JR., Navasola Marketing, All! LUCAS, VIRGINIA LYNN, Baytown Accounting, +.M. KA+, XH LUKER, JANIE RAMELLE. Austin Home Economics and Nutrition LUM, JUDITH CAROLYN, Houston Mathematics, Newman Club fay, 60 n n f L; " t CLASS OF 1961 LUTHER, CHARLES MONROE, Austin Pharmacy LUTHER, HOMER LEE, JR., Houston Accounting, AE, American Finance Association LUTTS, JACK FRANK, Dallas Finance, AXA, RIL LUTZ, THOMAS F., San Antonio Real Estate, XIT, Newman Club, Intramurals LY, SE, Phnom-Penh, Cambodia Mechanical Engineering LYNN, JEROLD MAER, Dallas English, AEII, German Club LYON, ANGELA LOUIE, El Paso Pharmacy MacCALLUM, ROBERT NELSON, El Paso Chemical Engineering, TKII, S2XE, AlChE MACIAS, M. ENRIQUE, Chihuahua, Mexico Mechanical Engineering, Newman Club, ASME, NSPE MADDOX, ROBERT CASEY, San Antonio Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Management, Intramurals MAGERS, ROBERT EDWARD, San Antonio Civil Engineering, TBII, ASCE MALDONADO, R. A., Benavides English, Union Committees, Newman Club, Royal Spirit MALOUF, RONALD EBLEN, Dallas Accounting, AX MANGUM, DAVID HAYWOOD, San Antonio Petroleum Engineering, I1KA, AIME, AFROTC, AFROTC Rifle Team MANNING, WILLIAM BOYD, Dallas Mechanical Engineering, ASME MARCUS, JUDY CAROL, San Antonio Secondary Education, A l E Studei ' MARESH, FRANKLIN WILLIAM, Caldwell Accounting, KA, HA , BI " 2, Silver Spurs, American Finance Associa- tion, CBA Council MARGOLIS, RODNEY HARRY, Houston Business Administration, , Cowboys, Goodfellow, Assembly, Gov- ernment Committees MARK, JERRY BLAKE, Dallas Industrial Management, AEII, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, Intramurals MARSHALL, GARY LYNN, Lufkin Mathematics, A MJ, KK , TLOK, Longhorn Band, Inter-Co- operative Council MARSHALL, MURIEL EDITH, Port Lavaca Commercial Art, TB2, Longhorn Band, Commercial Art Students League MARTIN, CHARLENE, Pleasanton Radio and TV Broadcasting, AEP, Co-ordinators ' Council, KUT-FM MARTIN, GAYLE PATRICK, Stockdale Electrical Engineering, II2, TBII, HKX MARTIN, THOMAS HEARD, Harlingen Electrical Engineering, Longhorn Band MARTYN, BETTY JOAN, San Antonio History, ' I ' AB, Upperclass Advisor MASSEY, MORRIS EDGAR, Waco Advertising, ADM, AAi, American Marketing Association MATLOCK, BEVERLY SUE, Arlington Retailing, AAA, Upperclass Advisor, Government Committees, Honor Roll MATTHEWS, GUY EDWARD, Mont Belview Physics and Law, III A MATTHEWS, JUDITH KAY, San Antonio Sociology, AAII, Union Committees, Reagan, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl MATTHEWS, WILLIAM EDWARD, Houston Law, K , Ili)A, Cowboys, Interfraternity Council, AFROTC, Gov- ernment and Union Committees, Friars, Royal Spirit MATTLAGE, CARL ELLIOTT, Crawford Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, 2FT, Intramurals MATZ, JAMES R., Harlingen Government and Psychology, A II, fl ' IIX II2A Page 61 SENIORS AAAURER, LESLIE F., Seguin History, A+I! MAXWELL, JON WILTON, Austin Mathematics, Czech Club MAXWELL, JUDITH ANNE, Amarillo Plan II, AAA, RIL, Cap and Gown, Upperclass Advisor, Uni versity Symphony MAXWELL, PAULINE TALLEY, Houston Physical Education, PEM, Upperclass Advisor, UTSA MAY, BARBARA ANN, Karnes City Speech Education, M H, Union and Government Committees, Oratorical Association, Cap and Gown, Rll, Wesley Foundation MAY, CALVIN WALTER, Austin Electrical Engineering, AIEE MAY, IRVIN MARION, Overton History MAY, ROBERT MONROE, Dallas Economics, ATA, +111, Silver Spurs, Y MAYER, BERNARD DREYFUSS, JR., Enid, Okla. Chemistry, TA ' I , +111, +AT, AX1, +HK MAYFIELD, BILLY ATKINS, Wills Point Accounting McCANN, WILFORD D., Abilene Government, Scabbard and Blade, NROTC, Faculty-Student Ad- visory Cabinet McCLELlAN, CAROLE KEETON, Austin Government, X!!, II1A, Secretary of Students ' Association, Mortar Board, Goodfellow, Outstanding Student, Spooks, Upperclass Advisor, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Pan- Hellenic, Orange Jackets McCLELLAN, OLIVER BARR, Austin Plan II, KA, Friars, Silver Spurs, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Good- fellow, Assembly, Y McCLENNEY, BYRON NELSON, Austin Physical Education, PEM McCONNElL, KENNETH RALPH, Lockhart Finance McCORKLE. PATRICIA, Independence, Mo. Secretarial Studies ft i McCORMICK, BETTY LYNN, Dallas Psychology, F+H, Strike and Spare, Triggerettes McCOY, BEVERLY ANN, Victoria History McCOY, SUE BECKER, Dallas Elementary Education, A. ! , Assembly, Education Council, Up- perclass Advisor, Panhellenic McCULLOUGH, EDWARD STANTON, Pharr Business Administration, 1AK McCURRY, ROBERT CLOYES, Brownwood Accounting, Alll McDANIEL, MARIOL EMBREE, JR., Houston Chemical Engineering, AKK, +111. AlChE McDOWALL, EION FLEMING, Houston Business Administration, AIM, Longhorn Singers, Longhom Fly- ing Club, American Marketing Association MCDOWELL, NEAL DAYTON, Meridian Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, Varsity Track McEATHRON, DAYLENE SCARLET, Corpus Christi Elementary Education McEATHRON, WARREN LEE, Corpus Christi Chemistry McFARLAND, WARREN LYNN, Dallas Pre-Medical and Zoology McGEE, SALLY JACQUELINE, Amarillo Art, MCGREGOR. JIMMIE RAE, Mineral weiu Ceramic Engineering, Tejas, American Ceramic Society, Keramos, Engi- neering Council McGREW, MARILYN MARGARITE, Corpus Christi History, AAII, Rll, FTA, Y McKINLEY, SHIRLEY KAY, Houston English, AF, Upperclass Advisors, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Goodfellow, Cap and Gown, Sweetheart Nominee, Union and Government Committees, Round-Up McKINNON. MICHAEL IEE. Houston Finance, American Finance Association Pog. 62 l CLASS OF 1961 McMAHON, J. CLYDE, JR., Big Spring Industrial Management, KZ, Society for Advancement of Management McNALL, WILLIAM HORTON, Denver, Colo. Management, ZX McQUEEN, JERELD EDWARD, Memphis Geology, ZFE, Geological Society, Minnie Stevens Piper Founda- tion Scholarship, Intramurals McSPADDEN, JAMES DANIEL, Blooming Grove Chemical Engineering, AX2, AlChE McWHORTER, EUGENE WARREN, Longview Chemical Engineering, AX, Westminster Fellowship, AlChE, NROTC McWILLIAMS, CAROLYN JANET, Tyler Journalism, OS ! ' MEADOR, MARY LYNN, Houston Journalism, 62 t , FAX MEITZEN, WILLIAM ARNOLD, Dickinson Business Administration, A Cappella Choir, Freshman Swim- ming MELTON, JEWEL ELYNE, Austin Interior Decorating, AZ, Spooks, Turtle Club, Government Committees MERAZ, SAMUEL, JR., El Paso Architecture, AIA MERCHANT, MICHAEL ALDRIDGE, Beaumont Advertising, AAi), Government Committees MEYER, SYLVIA JANE, Pasadena Secretarial Studies and Education, IiniT, Baptist Student Union MIDDLETON, ARTHUR CLARK, Fort Worth History, A Cappella Choir MIKESKA, GENE EDWARD, Rogers Pre-Medical, Union Committees, Y, Newman Club MILES, WILLIAM KEITH, Fort Worth Pre-Medical, Bf-)IT, Silver Spurs, Union Committees MILLER, EDWIN L., Austin English ncil, Up- on fly- if Man- , Bfr : Mortar MILLER, GEORGE RANDOLPH, Bastrop Pharmacy, 1 ' AX, Pharmacy Fellows MILLER, GURNEY RAY, JR., Katy Pre-Law, J Ae, A I J MILLER, JOAN ECCELL, Austin English MILLER, MARY KATHRYN, Houston Plan II, KKF, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Upperclass Advisor, Panhellenic, Government Committees, Sweetheart Nominee, Outstanding Student MILLER, ROY EUGENE, Austin Aero-Space Engineering, j rA, NROTC MILLER, SUSAN HARRIET, Beaumont Speech Therapy, 2AT, SAH, Cap and Gown, Honor Roll MILLS, DANIEL LESLIE, JR., Austin Electrical Engineering, KK , AIEE, IRE, Longhorn Band MILLS, JOHN MICHAEL, Grand Prairie Sociology, Social Welfare Club, Baptist Student Union, AROTC MILLWEE, ROBERT HUGHES, III, Dallas Chemistry, t :CK, AEA MIMMS, WILLIAM REED, New Braunfels Pre-Medical and Zoology, ATA, T Association, Varsity Basketball MIMS, CAROLYN NAN, Houston Art Education, AKA, Wesley Singers, Art Club, Longhorn Fellow- ship, Co-ordinators ' Council, Y, Upperclass Advisor MISCHER, DONALD LEO, Austin Sociology MITCHELL, HENRY RICHARD, Tyler Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKX, Engineering Council, AIEE, IRE, Baptist Student Union MITCHELL, JOHN WAYNE, Texas City Chemical Engineering, AXIS, AlChE MOESER, JAMES CHARLES, Lubbock Music, ' I1KA, H2, t MA, Assembly, UT Carillonneur, Outstand- ing Student MOFFETT, FREDERICK LINDSAY, Houston English Page 63 SENIORS MOHLE, DOROTHY LOUISE. Brownsville Elementary Education MONAGHAN, CHARLES ALLEN, Beaumont Mechanical Engineering, t AH, Till!, ASME MONAHAN, ELIZABETH ANN, Autin Mathematics, XH, Newman Club MOODY, THOMAS CALVIN, Franklin, Tenn. Chemical Engineering, SAME, AlChE MOORE, JOHN BAXTER, Rockdale Mechanical Engineering, I KT, ASME, TSPE MOORE, JON MICHAEL, Hilliboro Pharmacy, +AX, LPhA MOORE, ROBERT MARION, Corpus Chritti Journalism, t K+, i)AX, Daily Texan, Silver Spurs, Round-Up, NROTC MORAN, SANDRA JANE, Kingsport, Tenn. Journalism, ATA, TAX, Daily Texan, Cap and Gown MORELAND, MARTIN PORTIS, El Paso Chemical Engineering, TBII, J1XK, -t-AT, AlChE MORGAN, CHARLES ARTHUR, Pine Bluff, Ark. Architectural Engineering, AAAE MORGAN, WILLIAM BARTEL, Houston Petroleum Engineering, TBII, Speleological Society, AIME MORRIS, ANN ELIZABETH, San Antonio Home Economics Education MORRIS, LUCILLE GALE, Huntsville Business Education, 1A1, Society for Advancement of Management MORROW, CAROL BELL, Dallas Art, Round-Up, Commercial Art Students ' League MORROW, RICHARD T., JR., Munday Chemical Engineering, AXi), KK , AlChE, Longhorn Band MOSS, EDWARD E., Seguin Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Los Charros ssssssssssliBisssslsBI mm 1! r MOSS, JANE O ' FERRALL, Sn Angelo Education, KAH MOSTY, MARY LEE, Center Point Elementary Education, ZTA MOTLEY, HUGH RICHARD, Mesquite Accounting, BA+, I Ili: MUEHLENBROCK, BRUCE KENT, Dallas Architectural Engineering, Newman Club, NROTC MULLER, JANEY LEE, Tomball Elementary Education, ACE, NEA, Cap and Gown MURPHY, LINDA LEE, Houston Sociology, Social Welfare Club MURRAH, THOMAS WATSON, Marfa Economics and History MUSGROVE, ROBERT GLEN, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering, IITi ' , TBII, SAME MYERS, DONALD PATRICK, Dallas Journalism, 1AX, Daily Texan Managing Editor, Sigma Delta Chi Award as Outstanding Male Journalism Graduate, Austin Sigma Delta Chi Award as Outstanding UT Journalist, Goodfellow MYERS, MIKE A., Olney Law, KA, NSA, American Marketing Association, Y NAGIE, DIANA ELIZABETH, Houston Psychology and Sociology, AX, Canterbury Club, Upperclass Advisor NAVARRO, RICHARD, Waco Mechanical Engineering, ASME NEAL, CHARLES A., JR., Austin Philosophy NEBLETT, CHARLES ROBERT, Canyon Plan II, 4 AH, Cowboys, Friars, Goodfellow NEELY, THOMAS O., Dallas Civil Engineering, TBII, K. Tejas, Longhorn Band NELSON, BRUCE WADE, Beaumont Engineering Route to Business Administration, AT!!, Scabbard nd Blade, NROTC Pogt 64 fa t . . B Kw ! O tit V, M in nK5 J J4 I O 4 1 i Award i Award r? r 2l4ife NOWOTNY, MONROE BEN, San Antonio Petroleum Engineering, KA, MI2, AIME, TSPE, Assembly, UTSAM, Cowboys, Engineering Council NUCKOLS, WILLIAM THOMAS, Texarkana Civil Engineering, ASCE O ' BANION, JOHN TURNER, JR., Luling Marketing Administration, 2X, BTZ, Scabbard and Blade O ' BANION, SUE CARLISLE, Dallas Home Economics, AF O ' CONNOR, JOHN BRIAN, Lufkin Accounting, B(-)II, Newman Club, AFROTC, American Finance, Association O ' DELL, RALPH DOUGLAS, Austin Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, -FT, lAeS, Engineering Council, En- gineering Fellow OGDEN, ANTHONY GEORGE, San Antonio Pharmacy, K , A I fi, Newman Club, LPhA O ' HAIR, WILLIAM ROBINSON, JR., Coleman Insurance, K2, Insurance Society OLIAN, MAURICE SAMUEL, College Station Journalism, TA J , i)AX, Daily Texan, President of Students ' Association, Vice-President of Students ' Association, Goodfellow, Outstanding Stu- dent, Friars OLIVER, ELEANOR DALE, Dallas English, IIB I OLIVER, JESSIE FAY, Midland English, 1IB , Longhorn Flying Club, Los Charros OLIVER, LEATON THOMAS, El Paso Chemical Engineering, fiXE, H2, Tejas, Distinguished Mili- tary Student, AlChE OLIVER, WALLACE REED, Baytown Personnel Management, Society for Advancement of Management, Los Charros, AROTC, ROTC Honorary Drill Team ORR, CHARLES WESLEY, JR., Bertram Electrical Engineering, AIEE OSTERLOH, ANN ELAINE, Runge Mathematics OWEN, AUSTIN VIRGIL, Waco Personnel Management, A ' l-tt, Society for Advancement of Management CLASS OF 1961 NELSON, E. L., JR., Elgin Finance NELSON, JAMES ALBERT, Beeville Accounting, Union and Government Committees NELSON, NANCY PAT, Austin English, r i B, RIL, Westminster Student Fellowship, Union Com- mittees, ACE, RIL, Theodorne Co-Op, Royal Spirit NELSON, NANCY SUE, Arlington Mathematics, Canterbury Club NELSON, RICHARD LEEDOM, JR., Wichita Falls Plan II, KA, OXE, Silver Spurs, Y, Scabbard and Blade NENTWICH, CARL ALBERT, Macdona Civil Engineering, 2X, XE, TBII, TSPE, Engineering Fellow, ASCE, Assembly, Cowboys, Engineering Council NETTLES, ROBERT LEE, Fredricksburg Petroleum Engineering NEUBAUER, ROGER J., Austin Electrical Engineering, IIKN, TBII, AIEE NEWMAN, STERLING SAMUEL, San Antonio Accounting, 2AM, I H2, AK , Government Committees, ROTC, ROTC Outstanding Freshman and Sophomore NEWTON, MARY CAROLYN, San Antonio Social Studies, NEA NICHOLL, JAMES ROBERT, Plainview English, Government Committees, Christian Faith and Life Com- munity, English Honors Program NICHOLS, DONALD LOY, Wichita Falls Mechanical Engineering, lAeS, ASME NILSSON, DAVID OTTO, Dallas Mathematics and Geology, Geological Society, Astronomy Club, Out- standing Senior Cadet, Honor Roll, Distinguished Military Student NISBETT, ROBERT STUART, Carthage Chemical Engineering, AX, AlChE NOLEN, BENJAMIN B., JR., Austin Mathematics, A Cappella Choir, Longhorn Singers NORTH, CARL HEINZ, Austin History, 6SX, Newman Club, Government Committees, Der Eulenspiegelverein w m A f i % i -i i Page 65 SENIORS OWEN, NANCY LOU, Eastland Art, Art Students Association PACE, CHARLES W., Austin Economics, 1 AH PAGEL, KERMIT LEE, Austin Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Management PALMER, ADA C, Houston Elementary Education PALMER, CLIFFORD EUGENE, JR., Houston Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for Advancement of Management PANICHPAK, RARVEY, Bangkok, Thailand French PARKER, BILLY JAMES, Baytown Pharmacy, 1 AX, LPhA PARKER, JOHN EDWIN, JR., Houston Pre-Medical and Zoology PARMA, ROBERT ANTHONY, Ennis Mechanical Engineering, Newman Club, ASME, Society for Advancement of Management, Freshman Football and Baseball PARR, JOHN DAVID, Robstown Engineering Route to Business Administration, B3, Interfraternity Council PARSONS, CLYDE RAY, Sweeny History, Union Committees, Baptist Student Union PARSONS, DIANA GAIL, Del Rio Elementary Education, AT, SEA, ACE, Panhellenic PATTERSON, DONALD EUGENE, Austin Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Intramuralt PEARSON, MOLLY LYNN, Jacksonville Speech Therapy, A t , 1AII, Cap and Gown PEARSON, VIRGINIA ANN, Del Rio Secretarial Studies, AAII PEAVY, JANET OCTAVIA, Dallas Journalism, AZ, e4 , TAX, Daily Texan, Round-Up, Reagan n o PEINE, JUDY ADELE, Houston Elementary Education, 2AT PENNINGTON, JUDITH GRAY, Houston Elementary Eduction, KAH PENRY, IRENE F., Dallas Anthropology, Theodorne Co-op, Y, Union Committees PEREZ, ALMA DIANA, Laredo Music, Symphonic Band, Laredo Club, Wakonda Co-op, Co- ordinators ' Council PEREZ, ANDREW, III, San Antonio Architecture, AIA, Sphinx PERRY, E. L., JR., Mertens Mathematics, Student Assistant, Intramurals PERRY, ELEANOR KATHERINE, Hearne English PERRY, JAMES PAUL, Winnie Pharmacy, K PERRY, MARY FRAYSER, Dallas French, l ' +B, NEA, ACE, Cap and Gown PETERSON, ROBERT WAYNE, Brenham Architecture, ' I ' K PETRI, CHARLES HUBERT Austin Electrical Engineering, AIEE, IRE, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade PETRUSEK, RUBY LOIS, La Grange Psychology, -t ' BK PETTER, ROBERT RAY, West Columbia Civil Engineering, ASCE PETTIJOHN, JOHN W., Georgetown Civil Engineering, HH||, THII, K. ' Mil. Cowboys PETTY, DANIEL SHERMAN, Texarkana Civil Engineering, Varsity Football, T Association, ASCE, Uni- versity Co-Op Board of Directors PEYTON, WALTER FERRELL, JR., Shreveport, I . Pharmacy, +AX, LPhA Pog CLASS OF 1961 PHILLIPS, DONALD REED, La Porte Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, A2II, Society for Ad- vancement of Management PHILLIPS, JUDITH ANN, Lott Home Economics, AAA, Westminster Student Fellowship, Home Eco- nomics Club PHILLIPS, PATSY DELANEY, Houston Education, r f B PICKERING, JAMES TERRELL, Baytown Physics, I HZ, Longhorn Band PICKERING, THOMAS ALLEN, Selman City Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Management PLATT, MELVIN RAY, Houston Zoology, TA I , AEA, Longhorn Band PLATZER, ANNELLE P., Houston Mathematics, BK, AAA, ZAII PLATZER, RAY CULVER, Houston Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Man- agement PLUMMER, OTHO RAYMOND, JR., Beaumont Physics, HS, inx n:i POWELL, LE JAUN, Austin Business Administration PRASATIK, MARY ANNE, Austin Interior Decorating, TB2, American Institute of Decorators, New- man Club, Home Economics Club, Cap and Gown, Czech Club, Longhorn Band PRATHER, WILLIAM LEO, Donna Accounting, A-II, KK , Longhorn Band, University Chorus PRAWIRODIHARDJO, SUDARNO, Surabaya, Indonesia Petroleum Engineering, AIME PRICE, JOHN WILSON, Corpus Christ! Plan II, 2K PRICE, NANCY MARILYN, Houston Art, Canterbury Club, Orchesis, University Chorus PROCTOR, ROXANA, Victoria Accounting A i , BA , AAA, Cap and Gown PROUTY, CAROL ALICE, Tyler Interior Design, r i B, American Institute of Decorators, 1961 Cactus Editor, Reagan, Home Economics Club, TSP Board of Directors, Govern- ment Committees, Outstanding Student PRUITT, GWYNNETH EVELYN, Atlanta Elementary Education, r B, ACE, Cactus, Baptist Student Union PUGH, JONATHAN, III, Corsicana Psychology PURVIS, HOYT HUGHES, Jonesboro, Ark. Journalism, t KT, ZAX, Daily Texan, Sigma Delta Chi Out- standing Texan Worker Award, Jesse Jones Scholarship, In- tramurals, Government Committees PYLE, ROY ALVIN, San Antonio Business Administration, Society for Advancement of Management, Union Committees RADOFF, PERRY JOE, Houston History, A, A t 2, ROTC RAMSEY, STEVENS DAVID, JR., Dallas Electrical Engineering, TBII, H2, HKX, A H RATLIFF, BAILEY BRYANT, JR., Llano Marketing, A2H, American Marketing Association, Society for Advancement of Management, Intramurals RAY, JOE LYNN, Corpus Christ! Engineering Route to Business Administration, AIME, Society for Ad- vancement of Management REDFERN, JOHN JOSEPH, Midland Mathematics, 1 FA REDMAN, TOMMIE JANE, Grand Prairie Elementary Education, T t B, ACE, NEA REDMON, ROBERTA JO, Houston Applied Music REES, WILLIAM NELSON, JR., Odessa Government, ATA REICHERT, JOHN DOUGLAS, Austin Mathematics and Physics, AXA, 2 II 2, i BK, H2, Government and Union Committees, TSP Board of Directors, Assembly, Outstand- ing Student, National Science Foundation Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Fellow RENFRO, DAVID WILLIS, Austin Industrial Management REPPER, JOHANNE, Fort Worth English Page 67 SENIORS RETIZ LEONARD, Victoria German, Der Eulenspiegelverein, Longhorn Singers, Russian Club RICE, MARILYN ANNE, Dallas Elementary Education, A , Y, Education Council, Union Committees RICHARDSON, BOBBY JOHN, Del Rio Marketing Administration, All! RICHTMYER, LYNDA LEA, Longview Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee, Cap and Gown RIDGWAY, JOHN EDWARD, JR., San Benito Biology RIEDELL, LINDA CHRISTINE, Maracaibo, Venezuela History, AAA, +AO RIPPLE, RONNIE CHARLES, El Cempo Radio and TV, AKP, Radio and TV Guild, KUT-FM, Curtain Club, Newman Club, Alpha Epsilon Rho Gold Mike Award as Out- standing Male Student in Radio and TV for 1960-61 RISTAU, LARRIE ARDEN, Texas City Marketing, AIM RIVERS, CURTIS RAY, Dallas Personnel Management, ATA ROBERSON, ROY MONROE, Tyler Civil Engineering, ASCE, TSPE, Ramshorn Society ROBERTS, BETTY ANN, Dallas English, Upperclass Advisor ROBERTS, BETTY JO, Texas City Elementary Education, ACE, SEA ROBERTS, HELEN PATRICIA, San Antonio Education ROBERTS, JACQULINE SUE, Alpine Bacteriology and Medical Technology, A ' I ' T, Cap and Gown ROBERTS, JOHN ANDERSON, Montreal, Canada Mechanical Engineering, ASME, National Athletic Training Asso- ciation ROBERTSON, MARIAN ELIZABETH, Wichita Falls English, XSJ, Spanish Club, Government Committees ROBERTSON, WILLIAM JERRY, Channelview Insurance, ISA, Y, American Finance Association, Insurance Society, Society for Advancement of Management, Scottish Dance Group, Union Committees, Baptist Student Union RODEN, MARY SUZANNE, Paris Nutrition, Home Economics Club RODRIGUEZ, FEDERICO G., Rio Grande City Latin-American Studies, t Hi;, Newman Club, Russian Club, Y ROGERS, CAROLYN LOUISE, Austin English, Curtain Club, Union Committees ROGERS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Houston History, 1 ' KH, Newman Club ROJAS, ABSALON, Sona, Panama Architectural Engineering ROJAS, VENTURA, JR., San Antonio Accounting ROSE, ELIZABETH ANNE. Danville, W. Va. Home Economics, Home Economics Club, All Campus Advisors, Upperclass Advisor, Symphonic Band ROSSON, BRYAN LEE, Corpus Christ! Industrial Management, i!AK, Society for Advancement of Management ROSSON, SAMUEL IRA, JR., Midland Engineering Route to Business Administration, ATA, Varsity Baseball, ROTC, T Association ROTHWELL, RUEL RICHARD, JR., Talco Chemical Engineering ROUSH, ALICE JEANNE, Frceport Bacteriology, AKA ROUSSEAU, REBECCA GAIL New London Speech, AAA ROWLAND, MELVIN DEE, JR., Uvalde History, UK A ROWLES, RUSSELL PATRICK, Houston Finance, American Finance Association RUESCH. JOAN, Columbus Journalism, Hi+, Daily Texan, Cap and Gown Council, Inter- Co-op Council, Co-ordinaton ' Council Pog. 68 CLASS OF 1961 RUGELEY, CHLOE M., Bay City English, KAB, Los Charros, Canter Club, Ashbel RUSSELL, GRACE MARIE, Houston Elementary Education, AT, Cap and Gown, University Chorus RUSSELL, MARTHA AMELIA, Austin Radio and TV, AZ, AEP, RIL, Gold Mike Award as Outstanding Radio and TV Student, Government Committees, KUT-FM, KRTT-TV RUST, JOE CARROLL, San Antonio Journalism, BBIT, f H2, SAX, Daily Texan RYAN, THOMAS FRANKLIN, Austin Business Administration, ' Mv SACHNOWITZ, LARRY JOSEPH, San Antonio Advertising, TA I, AA2, Daily Texan, AROTC, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Teaching Assistant SADDORIS, DON EARL, Amarillo Mechanical Engineering, A ' l ' H, Tejas, ASME, TSPE SAENZ, HECTOR, Corpus Christi English SALINAS, ANA, Laredo English SAMS, TOMMY LANE, Memphis, Tenn. Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, SAME, (AeS SANDERS, NELSON VERNON, Austin Accounting, ' I ' K ' fy SANDRIDGE, MARY RUTH, Longview Elementary Education, Xfi SATTLER, DONALD FRED, San Antonio Aero-Space Engineering, +H2, i)TT, TBII, lAeS SAULS, DIXIE RUTH, Houston Elementary Education, Cap and Gown SAVAGE, ROBERT WESLEY, Wellington Finance, Acacia SCARBROUGH, JERRY WAYNE, Santa Anna Journalism, i)AX, Daily Texan SCHAEFER, EUGENE, Adkins Electrical Engineering, AIEE SCHAFFNER, WANDA JOYCE, Hempstead Secretarial Studies, Los Charros SCHLATTNER, HENRY W., Austin Architectural Engineering, TBII, XE, AAAE, TSPE SCHLINKE, CHARLES ARNOLD, Houston Electrical Engineering, IRE, AIEE SCHLOSBERG, M. CLAIRE, Pine Bluff, Ark. Education, 2AT, Cap and Gown Council SCHMIDT, ERNEST JOHN, JR., Rosenberg Advertising, AA2] SCHMIDT, ROBERT HENRY, Austin Mathematics SCHNEIDER, GRETCHEN ANNAH, Childress Music Education, AXfl, Cap and Gown, TMEA, Government Committees, Upperclass Advisor SCHNEIDER, ROBERT ALLEN, San Antonio Economics, OXR, IIS, BK, Ranger Staff, Y, ISA, Government and Union Committees, Honor Roll, Royal Spirit SCHOMBURG, PEGGY LOU, Houston Pharmacy, KE, PX, LPhA SCHROEDER, DOROTHY, Luling Secretarial Studies, ZTA SCHUHMANN, MAXINE E., East Bernard Elementary Education, ZTA SCHULTZ, RUBIN AMOS, JR., Cuero Geology SCHULZ, SUNNY LEE, Rosenberg English, Upperclass Advisor SCHULZE, ARTHUR EDWARD, Richmond Electrical Engineering, TBII, AIEE, IRE SCHWEPPE, PALMER THOMPSON, Austin AROTC Page 69 SENIORS SCOTT, HERMAN DALE, Bay City Spanish, iAII SCOn, JUDITH, Kaufman Mathematics SCOTT, LUTHER EDWARD, III, Lancaster Accounting, KA, Silver Spurs, Discipline Committee, Y SCOTT, THOMAS EARL, Abilene Petroleum Land Management, AKE, AIME, Student Landmen ' s Association SCURRY, RICHARDSON GANG, JR., Dallas Plan II and Chemical Engineering, -I ' AH, AlChE, Interfraternity Council, Government Committees SEARLS, CATHERINE EUGENIA, Houston English SEDDON, ALFRED EDWARD, Big Spring English SEELIGER, MARVIN WESLEY, Lockhart Sociology, Wesley Foundati on SEELKE, FRANCES ANN, Houston Home Economics Education, At , TA, OX, Home Economics Club, Turtle Club SEWELL, GERALD LEE, Bellaire Government and Philosophy, t ' K ' l ' , Silver Spurs, Assembly, Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Government and Union Committees, AROTC SHANKS, WILBERT JEANNE, Angleton Physical Education, PEM Club, Racket Club, TAHPER SHANNON, AUBREY JACK, Beaumont Aero-Space Engineering, II KA SHAPIRO, JACQUELINE, Shreveport, La. Retailing, A " t ' K, MAI " , American Marketing Association SHARPE, ADA MARIE, Angleton English, AAII, Spooks, Reagan, Canterbury Club, Upperclass Advisor, Government Committees SHATTO, ELIZABETH ANNE, Columbus Elementary Education, HIM 1 , Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Y, Union Committees, Sweetheart Nominee SHAW, GWEN ELLEN, Austin Psychology J SHAW, JEAN ELIZABETH, Grand Prairie Secondary Education, Upperclass Advisor SHAW, JULIE, Houston Elementary Education, IIBI , Government Committees SHAW, SAMMIE MORRIS, Parkin, Ark. 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Coleman, Kay Andrea, Austin Collerain, Mary Agnes, Houston Comiskey, William Frank, Houston Conner, Tommy Andrew, Pasadena Contreras, Ernesto, Jr., McAllen Cook, Patricia Gail, Waco Coombes, Cherie Jo, Fort Worth Cooper, Judith Susan, Shelbyville, Tenn. Cooper, Merlyn Don, Dallas Cooper, Sandra Carla, Dallas Cooper, Tanis Ellyn, Dallas Correll, Louise Butts, Richardson Corso, Richard Leonard, Houston Cotton, Nancy Jean, Dallas Couch, Patty Dean, Houston Covington, Earl Gene, Jr., Pasadena Cox, Jerry M., Levelland Cox, Martin Clyde, Harlingen Craft, Lynda Lee, Houston Craig, Preston Garrett, Austin Crain, Newton Mitchell, III, Houston Cramer, Lee, Harlingen Creager, William Ferrol, Ranger Crews, Mary Margaret, West Columbia Crlswell, Patricia Ann, Cameron Crockett, Carrie Anna, Harlingen Crow, Carole Elizabeth, Corpus Christ! Crow, Larry Clyde, San Antonio Crowe, Jon Page, Austin Crutsinger, Gerald Glynn, Wichita Falls Cruz, James Ray, Corpus Christ! Cunningham, Kenneth Merle, Borger Curl, Franklin Blake, Jr., Tolar Cutter, Irving Taylor, III, Austin Darby, George Leendon, Pampa Darling, Frances Ruth, Port Arthur Daugherty, Diane Elizabeth, Austin Dauman, Judith Ann, Yonkers, N. Y. HBIV _ 82 Davidge, Ron Vaughn, San Antonio Davidson, Betty Ann, Corsicana Davidson, Peggy Louise, Austin Davis, Clarence Ted, Amarillo Davis, Georgi Elizabeth, Dallas Davis, Joe D., Houston Davis, Pat Ward, Dallas Davis, Peggy Jean, Dallas Davis, Roy Glenn, Belton Daviss, Lee, Houston Day, Ruth Elizabeth, Houston Dayvault, Helen Pat, Altair Deason, Evelyn Yvonne, Houston Deffebach, Don Morris, Ranger Deffebach, Mary E., Snyder DeGeurin, Richard M., Austin Deike, Dorothy Ann, San Antonio Deslattes, Ronald Edward, Texas City Detmore, Carolyn, Alvin DeWalt, Stephen Andrew, Brownsville Dexter, Pamela Ann, Houston Dickey. Marsha Joe, Fort Worth Dieste, Antonio Lozano, Tampico, Mexico Dinwiddie, Richard Erwin, Henderson Dittmar, Elizabeth Deutz, San Antonio Dixon, Jimmie Carroll, Dallas Dodrill, William Lee, Fort Worth Dominguez, Carlos D., Santa Clara, Calif. Donop, Gordon Turne, llano Dow, Donald Douglas, Houston Dozier, Betty Jean, Canton Drago, Joe, III, Port Arthur Drake, Francis Ann, Wellington Drake, Susan Rivers, Austin Dring. Susan Jean, Dallas Oritkill, Robert E.. Austin Drury, Patsy Ann , Austin Dull , Felix K., Fort Worth Dunn, Brenda lea, Lubbock Dunn , Hattie Katherine, Corpus Christi Durand, Herbert Kyi , Bun ttw a CLASS OF 1962 Durr, Janice Kay, Edwardsville, III. Dyer, Lansdale, Houston Dyke, Thomas Alan, Houston Early, Helen Taber, Brownwood Earnest, John David, Odessa Edmiston, Kearney E., Jr., Floydada Edwards, Donald Scott, Galena Park Efron, Myra Sue, Houston Eilskov, Nadine Adell, Dallas Eisemann, Charles Warren, San Antonio Elliott, Acia Lee, Houston Elliott, Albert John, Baytown Elliott, Charles A., Stephenville Ellis, Marvin Weisse, Corpus Christ! Ellison, Mary Clementine, Texarkana Engelhardt, Raymond Richard, Houston Ernst, Robert Clinton, Huntsville Erwin, Robert Eugene, Baytown Escude, Marceline Jane, Longview Espinosa, Miguel Walterio, Morelos, Mexico Ethridge, Ben Michael, Midland Evans, Leslie Murray, San Antonio Fambrough, Jean, Houston Farley, Jam es Lawrence, Pittsburg Farmer, Martha Posey, Austin Farquhar, Nancy Elizabeth, Sinton Fehmer, Marie Frieda, Dallas Feiner, Linmor Benney, El Paso Fermaud, Jacqueline de Cazalet, Fort Worth Fernandez, Roberta Ann, Laredo Ferrier, Rosslynn, Fort Worth Feuille, Frank Emanuel, Laredo Finegan, Ann Therese, Dallas Finesilver, Lynn Gay, San Antonio Finlayson, Mary Bruce, Houston Finn, Virginia Ann, Houston Finsterwald, Jane Anita, San Antonio Fisher, Susan Faith, Fort Worth Fletcher, Linda Kay, San Antonio Flewellen, Margaret Gene, Longview Flint, Edwin Maurice, Corpus Christi Florence, Faye, Houston Forrester, Robert Donald, Amarillo Foster, Diana Lynne, Dallas Fountain, Maggie H., Center Fouts, Judith Frances, Port Arthur Frank, Victoria Elizabeth, Houston Franke, John E., Austin Franklin, David Lee, San Antonio Franklin, Sara Ann, Baytown Frazier, Bevis B., Pasadena Freeman, William David, Pharr Freyer, Carol Ann, Shreveport, La. Friday, Mary Lois, Uvalde Froelick, Weldon Wayne, Bellville Fulton, Carmen Wren, Midland Gajdos, Grace Elayne, George West Galeener, Janet Lyn, Houston Galinn, Leanore Marian, El Paso Gallimore, Max, Crosbyton Galvan, Joanne Eloise, Mercedes Garfield, Lawrence, Beaumont Garrard, Martha Hetene, Tyler Garrett, Linda, Corpus Christ! Gartman, Ellen Alvern, Houston Gaskell, Gunter Kimbrough, San Antonio Gatewood, Sarah Virginia, Garland Gay, Marilyn Sue, Galveston Gerhart, Kleta Jeanne, Winters Gibson, Beverly Ann, Midland Gieser, Ronald James, Longview Gillham, Bobby Ray, Odessa Gilmore, Rosa Beth, Levelland Girard, Barry Wayne, Irving Girdner, Mary Elizabeth, Warren, Ark. Glickman, Julius, Big Spring Gluckman, Joseph A. r Houston Goddard, Carolyn Lee, Fort Worth Godfrey, Thomas Gray, Jacksonville Goff, Charles Frederick, Lake Jackson Golladay, Lannie Erin, Amarillo Golladay, Mary Helen, Amarillo Gordon, Martha Sue, Pampa " 7 . ' Poge 83 JUNIORS Grant, Jack Ronald, Houston Grant, Terry Anderson, Dallas Gray, Bonnie Belle, Orange Green, Roland Daniel, Abilene Greer, Margaret McLean, Houston Griffin, Francis (Catherine, Bryan Griffin, Lawrence L., Jr., Austin Griffin, Thomas Keith, Beaumont Griffith, Barbara Zoe, San Antonio Griffith, Russell f., Dallas Griggs, Charles Edward, San Angelo Gross, Lynda Kay, Fort Worth Guarino, Claire ., Austin Guckian, William Michael, Lockhart Guthrie, Sandra Lee, San Antonio Gutierrez, Jose Ignacio, Rio Grande City Haiduk, Harry Paul, Groom Haile, Helen Josie, Austin Hairgrove, Michael Carleton, Spur Haley, John Fred, Jr., Fort Worth Hall, Robert Loring, Jr., Anahuac Haller, Roger Louis, San Antonio Halter, Eddie Arnold, Wichita Falls Hamilton, Norman Frank, Tyler Hammons, Edwin Eugene, Pampa Hammons, Loretta Lynn, Houston Hampton, Bill, Dallas Hancock, Sally Sue, Houston Haney, John Thomas, III, Abilene Hankins, Robert Harrell, Lamesa Hanson, Douglas Weems, III, Tyler Hanson, Susan Lindsay, Lackland A.F.B. Harbin, Suzanne, Cuero Harding, Anita Kay, San Antonio Hardy, Anita Lynn, Marshall Harlow, Charles Alton, Denton Harris, Gerald Mack, Dallas Harris, Michael Spellman, Garland Harriss, Ginger Nan, Rockdale Harston, Less Curry, Jr., Houston Hart, Sheila Elaine, Groves Hartgrove, Virginia Sue, Houston r , - fag, 84 Hayes, Jeff, Port Arthur Hays, John Martin, San Antonio Heartfield, Randolph, Beaumont Heath, Hammond Harold, Deer Park Hedgpeth, Lloyd Glenn, Fort Worth Heidelberg, Hoppy Eric, Midland Heinemeyer, Louis Chris, Geronimo Heinsohn, Betty Jane, la Grange Hejl, James George, Caldwell Helton, William M., Jr.. Houston Henderson, Glenda Gay, Midland Henderson, Ralph Joseph, Jr., Galveston Henke, James Eugene, Karnes City Henneke, Patricia Louise, Baytown Henson, Richard Nelson, Beaumont Herdman, Mary Anne, Waco Herndon, Lee Perkins, Fort Worth Herron, Mary Kaye, Houston Hewlett, Edward Robertson, Austin Hicks, Thomas Patterson, Muleshoe Hilker, Thomas Charles, Dallas Hillard, Mila Jean, Baytown Hodges, Floyd Norman, San Antonio Hoffer, Bates Lowry, III, San Angelo Hollis. Charlotte Annette, Marshall Holtzman, Lawrence Edward, Brownsville Hood, Allen David, Houston Hoover, Tom Earl, Valera Home, Alvin Andrews, Houston Morton, Jimmie McRae, Garland House, Roberta Lee, San Antonio Houston, Marcelle Swearingen, San Antonio Howard, Robert Allen, Converse Howe, Robert Melvin, Jr., Beaumont Howell, Joe Kennedy, Amarillo Huber, Carolyn Joyce, Pasadena Hudgins, James Thomas, Lubbock Hughes, John Mark, Brownsville Hulbert, Richard Eugene, Corpus Chritti Hunt, Ernest Leland, Smton Hunt, Neil Lloyd, Amarillo CLASS OF 1 962 Hurst, Thomas Raymond, Houston Irwin, Nancy Rosselle, Dallas James, Diana Joyce, Amarillo Janszen, W. L, Corpus Christ! Jaros, James Joseph, Wichita Falls Jenkins, Jane M., Mission Jeser, Carl Beakley, San Antonio Jimenez, Luis Alfonso, El Paso Jinnette, James Saunders, Kirbyville Johnson, Dale Eugene, Brownsville Johnson, Dale P., Liberty Johnson, Dan Michael, San Antonio Johnson, Gail Edmond, Brownsville Johnson, Janice Faith, Austin Johnson, Louis Edward, Austin Johnson, Nancy Mitchell, San Antonio Johnson, Rosemary Price, Corpus Christ! Johnston, Nell, Austin Jones, Alan Beaty, Sinton Jones, Arthur Lewes, Weslaco Jones, Burnham Benjamin, Texarkana Jones, Carole Elaine, Houston Jones, Chester, Haskell Jones, Dalton Lane, Waco Jones, Dudley Davenport, San Antonio Jones, Ellen Leeds, Waco Jones, Frances Anne, Nacogdoches Jones, Harvey Michael, Winters Jones, Janis, Wichita Falls Jones, Leslie Carolyn, San Antonio Jones, Mary Ann, Georgetown Jones, Robin, Austin Jones, Thomas Robert, Amarillo Jones, Walter Mitchell, Eagle Lake Jordan, William Davis, Palestine Joseph, Lawrence Anthony, Jr., Studio City, Calif. Kallina, Karol Jo, Garwood Kasman, Franklin Gerald, Bay City Katz, Doris J., Galveston Katz, Jerry Allan, Miami Beach, Fla. Kearney, Cecil E., Jr., Fort Worth Keefe, James Rose, Victoria Kelley, John Leonard, Houston Kelly, Gayle F., Freer Kelly, Jewel Corbet, Carthage Kelly, Nancy Benedict, Austin Kelly, Richard James, Phillips Kelly, Robert Charles, Dallas Key, Hazel Catherine, Midland Kieffer, John Brett, Pipe Creek Kilgore, Larry Jesse, Corpus Christi Kilman, Dana Lucille, Orange King, Barbara Kay, Baytown Kinkade, John Douglas, Harlingen Kittrell, Robert Anthony, Dallas Kleine, Walter D., Gonzales Knize, Mary Elizabeth, Ennis Knocke, Edward, Schulenburg Knudson, Myron Oran, Hamilton Koenig, Rodney Curtis, La Grange Koeppe, Allan Paul, Dickinson Koppel, Carolyn Jo, Harlingen Krueger, Robert Edward, Thrall Kruse, James Monroe, West Labay, Lambert S., Ganado La Font, William Harold, Plainview La Master, Suzanne Bernice, Houston Landis, Walter Ewing, Fort Worth Langdon, Carole Elliott, Houston Lanham, Linda, Temple Lawhon, Jerry Wayne, Baytown Lawhon, William Keith, Baytown Laxson, June, Austin Leadbetter, Jerry Lynn, Donna Le Crone, Wayne Hampton, Paris Lee, Jeanne N., Honolulu, Hawaii Lehmann, Elizabeth Bernhardt, Dallas Lemon, David Lee, Abilene Lemon, Gretchen Roberta, Eagle Rock, Va. Lemons, Michael Larry, Plainview Lester, Jack Webster, Bryan LeStourgeon, Dale Sturges, San Antonio Levell, James Waymon, Kemp Page 85 JUNIORS Levin, Annette Jams, Galveston Leyendecker, Edgar Volney, San Antonio Liles. Alyce Ann, Longview Lindgren, Edward M., Port Arthur Lindner, Barbara Elece, Jacksonville Lindsey, Marion Glenn, Dallas Lippincott, Charles Ronald, Wichita Falls Lipscomb, Ann Border, Houston Lloyd, Frances Ann, Houston Long, James Scott, VcKinney Long, Jerry Edward, Bastrop Loughridge, Penny Lee, Baytown Lowe. Betty Ellen, Waco Lowrance, Willie Fred, Hillsboro Lowrey, Stanley Floyd, LaPorte Lowry, George Herbert, Palacios Lowry, Robert Henry, San Antonio Lucia, Pauline Christine, Houston Luther, Monroe Martin, Houston Lyons, Jan Elizabeth, Houston Maass, James Charles, Malone Mafrige, Kathryn Marie, Houston Maguire, Mary Patricia, Shreveport, La. Mahon, Edward Dial, Dallas Malone, Dorothy, Houston Manatt, Marsha Keith, Houston Mann, Madison Patricia, Houston Manning, Dewayne Nelson, Lampasas Manning, Eugene Baines, Bishop Marks, Martha Ann, Midland Marrou, Jerry Annette, San Antonio Marshall, John Hampton, Quanah Massey, T. C., Baytown Matthews, Barbara jane, Kerrville Maxey, Eva Gayle, Austin Maxwell, Donald Wayne, Pearsall Maxwell, Jane Elizabeth, Lovelady Maxwell, Nancy Baker, Dallas McAfee, Melaney Jean, Amarillo McAlister, Robert Oliver, Fort Worth McArthur, Michael 5., Dallas L jtflt fog. 86 McBrayer, Harvard Lee, Hillsboro McCaleb, William Edward, Austin McConnell, Linda Joyce, Italy McCormick, Robert Elliott, San Antonio McCracken, Sally, Corpus Christi McCrone, Patricia Ann, Arlington, Va. McCrory, Michael E., Houston McCulley, Douglas Bowman, Houston McDonald, Harold Etzel, Giddings McDowell, Joel Donald, Winnsboro McDowell, Rebecca Gail, Dallas McEIvy, Jane Ann, San Antonio McFarland, Kenneth Baldwin, San Antonio McGuire, Phyllis Lee, San Antonio Mclnnis, Don Barry, May McKeown, Cave J., Pasadena McKnight, Anne Terrell, Dallas Mclarty, Beverly Ann, Dallas McMahan, John Dan, Eastland McMillan, John Hammack, Wichita Falls McMullan, June Louise, Big Lake McNeely, David M., Bryan McNutt, Melinda Helen, Olney Meter, Tom Keith, LaPorte Meinecke, Thomas Jacob, Duncanville Melden, Charlene, Edinburg Menscher, Bart Gary, Shreveport. La. Merrett, Mary Elizabeth, Fort Worth Meyers, Jerry Richard, Austin Middlebrooks, John Eugene, II, Demon Miller, Stanley Eugene, Austin Milliger, Larry Edward, Llano Mills, Sally Ruth, Houston Mitchell, Coy Don. Panhandle Moffett, Robert Lee, Jr., San Antonio Monroe, Ann lev, Lake Jackson Monteith, Dwight Oliver, Randolph A.F.B. Montgomery, Stephen Elroy, Jr., Louisville, Ky. Moore, Jesse lee, El Campo Moore, Marjorie D , San Antonio Moore, Suzanne Jean. Delias CLASS OF 1 962 Morell, Richard Louis, McAtlen Morgan, Mendell Dicks, Del Rio Morrison, Gary Eugene, Austin Morrison, James Henry, Houston Morton, James William, Graham Mounce, Larry Dean, Waco Muenzler, Kendell Dean, San Antonio Muncy, Mike D., Fort Worth Munoz, Rosalie Casarez, Crystal City Murchison, Spencer M., Bellaire Murray, Emmett H., Fort Worth Murray, Robert James, Dallas Murrey, Carroll Ann, Canton Music, Lenora Ann, Van Naas, Robert James, Oak Harbor, Wash. Nakunz, Martin William, Smithville Napier, Suzan, Fort Worth Nassour, Naomi Jean, Austin Neeley, Jack Ray, Ranger Neely, James Murrell, Jr., Amarillo Nelson, Donna Sue, Brownfield Nelson, Patsy Jean, Pflugervitle Neuhoff, Gretchen Dowling, Dallas Neumayer, Nancy Carole, Dimmitt Neyland, James Elwyn, Palestine Nichols, Joe Daniel, Atlanta Niehaus, Edward Lee, San Antonio Nikkhah-Bahrami, Mansour, Iran Noland, William Gerald, Corpus Christi Noll, Mary Ann, Falfurrias Norman, Paula Virginia, Fort Worth Nunn, James Henry, Sao Paulo, Brazil Oden, Gretchen Marie, Atlanta Oehler, Carl Bailey, San Antonio O ' Ferrall, Charles Patrick, Fort Worth Oliver, Patti, Bellaire Olivier, William Parr, Dallas O ' Neill, Larry Joe, Rapid City, S. Dak. O ' Neill, Michael Wayne, San Antonio O ' Quinn, Kerry Hedick, Austin Osburn, Patricia Ann, Moss Point, Miss. Overstreet, Delbert Clarance, Amarillo Pace, Margaret Ozella, Dallas Page, Charles Henry, III, Austin Palm, Charles Fritz, Jr., San Antonio Palmer, Winifred Pauline, Conroe Pannell, Rebecca Jane, Austin Parker, Selena Jane, Dallas Parr, Paul Norman, Corpus Christi Parrack, Benjamin Sims, Bellaire Parsons, Charles Clinton, Houston Patterson, Robert Lynn, Shreveport, La. Patton, Celia Fay, Seminole Patton, Constance Yvonne, Houston Patton, John Jacob, Tyler Paul, George K., Houston Payne, Kay Frances, San Antonio Pech, Lyndall Allen, Houston Peckham, Jerry Bruce, Port Arthur Pennington, John Edward, Palacios Perkins, Patsy Kay, Jacksboro Perry, Helen Irene, Amarillo Peters, William Erven, Temple Peterson, Betty Joyce, Houston Pettit, Pene, Dallas Pettit, Sheridan, Odessa Pfennig, Don West, Summit, N. J. Pharis, Emmett Dale, Corpus Christi Pharr, Sherman Chamblin, Longview Phillips, Claude Mason, Jr., San Antonio Pickard, William Alexander, Graham Pickett, David Franklin, Corpus Christi Pickert, Edward Bradford, Liberty Pickle, Johnnie Wayne, Jasper Pierce, Edwin Franklin, Plainview Pittenger, William Burt, -Austin Pojman, Penelope Elizabeth, Austin Ponsford, Mary Jo, El Paso Pool, John Charles, Jasper Porter, Dale E., Bryan Porter, Donald Albert, Jr., Corpus Christi Pounders, Gail Marie, San Antonio Page 87 JUNIORS Pounds, Penny, San Antonio Powell, Jo Ella. Bellaire Powell, Joe Thomas, Paducah Powell, Nancy Duncan, Houston Presson, Ellis Wynn, Dallas Price, Walter Thomas, Amarillo Price, Yvonne. Rosenberg Pringle, Richard Lewis, La Marque Prothro, Dale Dublin, Wichita Falls Pruett, John Paris, Corpus Christ! Pryse, Connie Jean, San Antonio Pumpelly, Robert Charles, Dallas Putman, Charles Edgar, Cleburne Pyle, David Alan, Kilgore Raborn, Marilyn Diane, San Antonio Rachal, Hal Francis, Jr., Midland Ragland, Judith Ann, Dallas Ramirez, Ernest Edward, Brownsville Ramirez, Rogelio, Hebbronville Ramirez, Santiago, Jr., San Ygnacio Ramsey, George Edward, III, Brookeville, Md. Ransom, C. J , Denison Ransom, Carolyn Kay, Austin Ratliff, Hubert Wesley Jr., Edna Ray, Robert Henry, San Saba Rayburn, Laurie Kathleen, Houston Reams, Gail Jacoby, Houston Reddick, Frances Alicia, Austin Reddrick, Sandy Kay, Fort Worth Reed, Arden, Houston Reed, H. Dan, Austin Reed, Susan Roberts, Austin Reese, Barbara Anne, Austin Reese, Kay, Houston Reichert, Rex Kyle, San Juan Reinking, Lucy Fay, Dallas Reitz, Marilyn, Austin Rellahan, Linda Margaret, Dallas Remmert, Bruce Edward, Bellville Respondek, Johnnie Benard, Nixon Rester, Robert Louis, Clifton Reynolds, Rebecca Ann, San Jose, Costa Rica Rey-Uribe, Fernando, Bogota, Colombia Rhine, Kay, Tyler Rhodes, Betty Ann, Dallas Rice, Pamela, Longview Richard, Thomas Glenn, Beaumont Richards, Linda Nan, Houston Richards, Robert Mayo, Dallas Richardson, Donna Rachel, Houston Richter, Mary Ellen, Cameron Riley, Wanda Camille, Woodsboro Ringler, Herman, Denison Ritter, Alton Wayne, Wichita Falls Roberts, Howard Nixon, Corpus Christ! Roberts, Jane Elizabeth, Dunbarton, Canada Robertson, Elizabeth Fay, El Paso Robinson, Helen Jane, Silsbee Robinson, Lyndon Hayward, Jr., Orange Robinson, Richard Waid, Jr., Dallas Robison, Martha Anne, San Antonio Rodgers, Roger Dan, Galena Park Rodman, Roy Samuel. Jr., Austin Rodriguez, Viola, Robstown Rots. Lewis Gilbert, Uvalde Rountree, Robert W., Austin Rowland, Judith Marie, Port Arthur Rowland, Martha Ann, Del Rio Rude, Jimmy lee, Rosenberg Rudilill, Dorothy Kay, Houston Rundquist, Sally Christine, Houston Russell, Veda Letitia, Austin Rutherford, Donald Carter, Waco Rutland, John Waltham, Dallas Sabean, Sandra Hope, Dallas Salinger, Linda, Wharton Sams, William C., Ill, Dallas Sandberg, Joel J., Austin Sander. Albert A., Bellville Sanders, Charlotte Elizabeth, Denison Sauer, Henry A., Houston Sauer, Mary Cathryn, Houston fag, 88 CLASS OF 1 962 Savage, Ann Frederica, San Antonio Sayle, William Erven, San Antonio Scalf, Marion Richard, McKinney Scarborough, Raymond Lewis, Jr., Houston Schaumburg, George John, Jr., Beaumont Scheiblich, Norma Sue, Marlin Schleicher, Donald Walter, Seguin Schlesselman, Gail, College Station Schmidt, Arthur Joseph, Jr., San Antonio Schmidt, Dennis Raymond, Austin Schneider, Heide Suzanne, Pampa Schneider, Per Kay, Mission Schoch, Harriet, Dallas Schoeneck, Anne, Dallas Schroeter, Edwin Morris, Hereford Schulze, Tom Walton, Leander Schutz, Bob Ewald, San Antonio Schweizer, Alfred Freddy, Dallas Scoggins, Davis Lee, Henderson Scott, James Larry, Mount Pleasant Scott, John William, Amarillo Seale, Frank M., Austin Seamon, Mary Ann, Tyler Sebera, Curtis Wayne, San Antonio Seewald, Eleanor Jane, Beaumont Seewald, Philip Dee, Amarillo Seifert, Julianne, Weimar Sellers, William Grover, Harlingen Serda, Diamantina, Odem Sewell, Julian Jay, Belton Shahan, William R., Childress Sharman, Jo Anne, Houston Sharp, Clifford Gene, Groesbeck Sharpe, James Shelby, Fort Worth Shaw, John Kinsler, Austwell Shelby, Anne, Tyler Sheldon, Larry Cole, Waco Shelton, Carole Cezanne, Wharton Shelton, Carolyn, Alice Shelton, Garland Ray, Austin Shelton, Lelia Ann, Austin Shelton, Linda Lee, Wharton Shepard, Linda Lee, Arlington Sherrod, Gene Allen, Bronte Shigley, Mary Monroe, Lake Jackson Shirley, Carolyn Dale, Galveston Shockley, William Carl, Jr., Uvalde Shulman, Molly, Kilgore Silen, Stephan Richard, San Francisco, Calif. Simpson, Gerald Halton, Tyler Simpson, Robert Gerald, Dallas Sims, Joe Lloyd, McGregor Skinner, Neila Ann, Corsicana Skinner, Pat Warren, Henderson Sleeper, Linda Ann, Dallas Sloan, Martha Ann, Corpus Christi Smalley, Robert Hamilton, Dallas Smith, August William, Austin Smith, Elizabeth Joyce, Dallas Smith, Farrell Murray, Corpus Christi Smith, Jerome Melvin, Tyler Smith, Jim Russell, Houston Smith, Juan Jay, Eastland Smith, Linda Elizabeth, Temple Smith, Mary Ann, Dallas Smith, Mary Elizabeth, Houston Smith, Maxie Leon, El Paso Smith, Randhi Suzanne, Dallas Smithe, Carole Jeane, Rufugio Smolkin, Stephen William, San Antonio Smyth, Douglas Ogden, Portland Snyder, Barbara, Baird Socol, Gwendolyn, Breckenridge Solberg, Ruell Floyd, Jr., Hico Solbrig, Margaret Muriel, New Braunfels Southerland, Mary Elizabeth, Sulphur Springs Spain, Billy Ross, Lubbock Speary, Albert Meyer, Austin Speer, Suellen Sims, Waxahachie Spencer, Janet Mabel, Corpus Christi Spencer, John Richard, Pasadena Spitzer, Lottye M., Shreveport, La. Page 89 JUNIORS Sprain, Sandra Lynn, Abilene Stahl, Roy Layton, San Antonio Stall, Toby Kay, Fort Worth Stallones, Linda Jean, Dallas Stampp, Patsy Jean, San Antonio Standridge, Marion David, league Stanley, Joe Bruce, Tyler Stearns, Connie Lou, Dallas Stemhart, Ronald Glen, Beaumont Stephanow, Carl Joseph, Houston Stephens, Elizabeth Ann, Austin Stephens, Marjorie Louise, Wichita Falls Stern, Karen Leslie, Dallas Stewart, John Milton, La Marque Stone, Cecil Don, Stephenville Stone, Mary Carolyn, San Antonio Strauch, George Ernest, San Antonio Straughan, Dorothea Faubion, San Antonio Stringer, Judy Anne, Houston Stromberger, John Carl, San Antonio Stropeni, Nancy Elizabeth, Texarkana Stuart, Warren Curtis, Midland Stubel, Brenda Jean, Dallas Stuckey, Janice Lynn, Longview Studderf, Carmen Maureen, Houston Sublet!, Barbara Ann, Dallas Sullivan, Dunklin A., Centerville Sullivan, Emmett Harry, Texarkana Sullivan, Joe Larry, McKinney Sutton, Donna Jean, Amarillo Swanson, Frances Ann, Denver, Colo. Tanner, Eric Rufus, Edinburg Tarr, James Philip, Harper Taub, Albert A., Waco Taubert, Ernest Lee, Jr., Rio Hondo Taylor, Bruce Cameron, Dallas Taylor, Charlotte Dee, Terre Haute, Ind. Taylor, J. Robert, III, Bellaire Taylor, James O., Juno Taylor, Janet Sue, New Boston Taylor, Leta Evelyn, Garland Temple, John Hurst, Houston Terry, Warren Bergen, Corpus Christ! Thadani, Ramaesh, Washington, D. C. Thompson, Billy Joe, San Benito Thompson, Jerry Wayne, Dallas Thompson, Larry Duncan, Fort Worth Thorp, Mary Charlene, Pleasanton Tietz, Judy Madeline, Fredericksburg Tixier, Linda Suzanne, Houston Todd, Gary Owens, Fort Worth Toland, Thomas Tucker, Dallas Toole, Ronald James, Hemphill Topletz, Betty Sue, Dallas Topp, David Shelby, Longview Torres, Rosalee, Brownsville Trapp, Roger W , Floydada Traynor, David Alan, Austin Treadaway, Dianne, El Campo Trotter, Robert Sydney, Jr., Austin Tschirhart, James Louis, La Coste Tubbs, James Michael, Corpus Christi Tucker, Ann, Austin Tucker, Mama Susan, Houston Tucker, Mary Vance, San Antonio Tucker, Nancy Gene, Beaumont Tuggle, Vancen Elliott, Austin Turboff, Eugene M . Houston Turck, Wanda Vienna, Arlington Turicchi, Ralph Wendel, Victoria Turner, Charles Bennett, Irving Turner, Delber Boyce, Houston Turner, Mary Kathenne, Galena Park Tyler, Eleanor A., Austin Untried, Analeslie, Fort Worth Unterseher, Neil Gilbert. Lincoln, Nebr. Vaclav, Marvin H., Amarillo Van Doren, Kenneth Ray, Amarillo Van Geem, Henry Edward, Jr., Eastland Veltmann, Susan, Houston Vnablt, Robert Allen, Amarillo Villarreal, Rodolfo Lucas, Mission Pog 90 CLASS OF 1 962 Vineyard, Robert Stirling, Wharton Von Boeckmann, Joyce Ann, Houston Waggoner, Lee Paula, Deer Park Wagner, Jennifer Lee, Tulsa, Okla. Walker, Charlotte, Beaumont Walker, Virginia Anne, Austin Wallace, Holland West, III, Weslaco Walling, John Clayton, Houston Wallis, Olney Gray, Llano Wallsmith, Richard Lyle, Luling Walsdorf, Terry, San Antonio Walters, Eloise Zane, Brenham Wansley, Richard Glen, Austin Watson, Ann Elizabeth, Fort Worth Watson, Scherrie Lee, Dallas Wax, Kenneth Hailey, Houston Weathers, Pamela Ruth, Houston Weaver, Jerry Mathis, Tyler Webb, Jean Anne, Harlingen Weems, Jack Nelson, Austin Wehman, Ernest William, Jr., Pleasanton Welch, Emily Claire, Beaumont Welhausen, Gayle Lillian, Shiner Wesley, Nancy Josephine, Kingsville West, Charles Daniel, Austin West, Nancy Deanne, Arlington West, Priscilla Jane, Houston Whatley, Gerald Wayne, Dallas White, Ada Gwen, Beaumont White, Barbara Lynne, Dallas White, Vernon Arthur, Brazoria White, William Willerson, Beaumont Whitehead, James Gary, Odessa Whitehead, Janice Ann, Anahuac Whiteside, Rosemary, Lubbock Whitlow, Norman True, Belton Whitman, Barbara Link, Dallas Wieland, Janice Kuhn, Austin Wieland, Roselind Joan, Pflugerville Wiener, Thomas Eli, Dallas Wierth, Dorothy Helen, Lockhart Wilbanks, Bettina Rives, Fort Worth Wilcox, Robert Beal, Bryan Wilder, Hilliare Sinclair, Austin Wildstein, Sharon Lynne, El Paso Wiley, Billy Glen, Leander Wilkerson, William B., Houston Willard, Ivan Ernest, Henderson Williams, Bette Sue, Baytown Williams, David Lee, Dallas Williams, Elaine Lee, Fort Sam Houston Williams, Janet Marian, Rio Hondo Williams, Lindsey Arl, Austin Williams, Rosolyn Jane, San Antonio Williamson, Marcia Ann, Bryan Williamson, Michael V., Belton Willis, Allen Tucker, Austin Wilson, Alice Carol, Houston Wilson, Barbara Jean, Corpus Christ! Wilson, Don Roy, Tyler Wilson, Sandra Widney, Temple Wilson, William Charles, Post Wilten, Thomas Daniel, Port Arthur Winerich, Shelma Lee, Houston Wisner, Eva Nell, Texas City Wizig, Herbert Wolfe, Waco Wolf, Richard Steve, Snyder Wolverton, Mabry David, Wichita Falls Woo, Lai Tene, San Antonio Wood, Murrell Suzanne, Houston Wood, Rebecca Annette, Atlanta Woodford, Toni, Dallas Woods, Donald Lee, Milano Woodul, Klata Rae, Lamesa Word, Barbara, Conroe Word, Kathleen Anne, Houston Wylie, Larry Glenn, Wichita Falls Yarbrough, Donald Burt, Lancaste r Yonker, Barbara Jane, Seguin Zapalac, Betty Jean, Galveston Zimmerle, Donald Frederick, San Antonio Zimmerman, Sandra Lee, Galveston Page 91 SOPHOMORES Page 93 SOPHOMORES Adams, Billye Joyce, Georgetown Adams, Carolyn LaWayne, Kermit Adams, Dotty, San Antonio Adcock, Bernard Allen, San Antonio Addison, Carl Irving, longview Aebi, Fred W., Baytown Albert, Barbara Elaine, Darien, Conn. Alexander, Helen Eugenia, Lubbock Alexander, James Harvey, Aransas Pass Alford, Daryl R., Corpus Christ! Alleman, Deanna, Baytown Allen, Barbara Jean, Austin Allen, Virginia, Houston Allums, David George, Bellaire Anderson, Judy Elizabeth, El Campo Anderson, Bonnie Jean, Dallas Anderson, Edwin McCullough, San Angelo Anderson, Ethelynn Dawn, Big Spring Anderson, Garland Sadler, Jr., Gatesville Anderson, Lee, San Antonio Anderson, Sandra Gayle, Austin Andres, David Hardy, Dallas Andrews, Nancy Etta, Graham Andrews, Robert Lee, Orange Andujar, Betty Jo, Fort Worth Arledge, Robert Don, San Angelo Armistead, Betty Ray, Beaumont Armstrong, Burton Wilmot, III, Maxwell A.F.B., Ala. Armstrong, Michael Keith, Andrews Ashcroff, Enos L., Ill, Sulphur Springs Ashford, Cynthia Anne, Austin Atkinson, Lawrence Fred, Fort Worth Aust, Jennie Carolyn, Normangee Austin, Elizabeth Anne, Austin Autry, Joe Gene, Dallas Avery, Roy Daniel, Houston Ayers, Linda lorene, Dallas Azadian, Bette Jane, Houston Baade, Laura Lee, Boling Baggett, Jackie Ray, Eastland Bailey, Edgar Daniel, Rusk Bain, Herschel Eugene, San Antonio Baker, Brook Alan, Perryton Balthrop, Granville Harold, Dickinson Bancroft, Barbara Jean, San Antonio Banks, Elizabeth Gertrude, Mount Pleasant Banks, Julia Anna, Houston Barber, Joel Stephen, Houston Barbisch, Joseph William, Jr., Houston Barden, Nancy Stuart, Austin Barker, Samuel Timothy, San Antonio Barkley, Elizabeth Holt, Bay City Barnes, Ariane, Waelder Baron, Judith Rosalynd, Sioux City, Iowa Barricklo, Kenneth Hewes, Houston Barrier, Alvis Layton, Jr., Mineral Wells Barton, William Andrew, Temple Bartosh, Geraldine Virginia, Taft Bass, Milton James, Houston Bates, Jimmy David, Gatesville Baughman, Roy Lee, Tioga Beall, Betty Sue, Amarillo Bearden, Joe, Austin Beasley, Sarah Jane, Temple Beene, Roy Bob, Snyder Behrens, Ben Farrell, Eagle Lake Bell, Henry Newton, III, Bastrop Bell, Malcolm James, Jr., Houston Bellows. Richard F., San Antonio Benn, Sherry Virginia, Midland Bennett, Donald John, Houston Bennett, Kathlene Nelson, Kerrville Benson, Philip Foster, San Antonio Beran, Gary Lynn, San Antonio Bergquist, Karen Arloa, Austin Berly, James Frank, III, Houston Berry, James Malcolm, Iowa Park Bettell, Linda Jean, Houston Bettersworth, Linda, Seguin Bettle, George Richard, El Paso Bicknell, Evalyn Antoinette, Dallas Bilger, Jimmy Mack, Palo Pinto Bird, Betty Sue, West Columbia Bland, Margaret Joy, Austin Pog 94 Burnett, Robert Edward, Mayfield, Ky. Burns, Russell Eugene, Leland, III. Burton, Susan Ann, Arcadia, Calif. Bush, Tennie Marie, Midland Butler, Anthony Wayne, Monahans Butler, Ron Irwin, Orange Caldwell, Robert Kent, Longview Calhoun, Mike V., Palestine Callaway, Helena Spencer, San Antonio Callaway, Kenneth Gordon, Beaumont Calvert, Kenneth Mitchell, Winnsboro Calvin, Carolyn Beatrice, Dallas Campbell, Charles Harvey, Seguin Campbell, Patricia, Austin Campbell, Susan Lee, Houston Cane, Ronald Warren, San Antonio Canfield, Roxanne, Skidmore Cantrell, Cal, Pasadena, Calif. Capps, Judith Jeannine, Houston Capps, Kathleen Marie, Houston Cardwell, Vicky Ann, Fort Worth Cargill, Jack Loring, Jr., Marshall Carl, Henry Leland, Alamogordo, N. Mex. Carlson, John Leonard, Fort Worth Carpenter, Camille, Dallas Carpenter, Shawn Adele, Corpus Christ! Carrell, Carolyn Kay, Huntington Case, James Howard, Jr., Dallas Casey, Kelly M., Grapevine Chadd, Marilyn Kaye, Big Spring Chadwell, Janice Mary, San Antonio Chalfont, Mary Joan, San Antonio Chamberlin, Roland McKendree, Houston Chandler, Carolyn Virginia, Jacksonville Chaney, Laurel Diann, Uvalde Chapman, Judith, Shreveport, La. Chapman, Nancy Carleton, Dallas Chaveleh, Faegh Frank, Teheran, Iran Chenault, William B., Ill, Houston Chernikowski, Stephanie, Beaumont Childress, Beverly Jean, Beaumont Clapp, Linda Kay, McKinney CLASS OF 1 963 Bloebaum, Alan Paul, Austin Blount, Barbara Jean, Dallas Bludeau, Herbert Leslie, San Antonio Boatright, James Richard, Midland Boehm, Donald Raymond, Schulenburg Boehm, Emily Ann, San Antonio Boettcher, A. Schlick, East Bernard Bogy, Sondra Kay, West Columbia Bones, George Eugene, Jr., Houston Bonnell, Judith Marie, Port Arthur Bourne, Elwanda Sue, Alvarado Bower, Arthur Michel, Jefferson Bowlin, James Hugh, Port Neches Boyd, Richard Wayne, Plainview Bradford, Brooks Gayle, Angleton Bradshaw, Emily Meador, Lufkin Brandstetter, Jeanne, Houston Bratton, Jimmie Lloyd, Brady Brazil, Sarah Leigh, Port Arthur Brickman, Mary E., Houston Bridges, Jarrell M., Austin Brim, Roger Edward, Mertzon Broadus, Zelna Virginia, Victoria Brockschmidt, Sally Belle, Houston Brohard, Linda Lea, Dallas Brooksaler, ' Carol Ruth, Dallas Broom, Martha Rae, Edna Brown, Bette June, Denton Brown, John Hartley, Austin Brown, John Timothy, Corsicana Brown, Mabel Ann, Gatesville Brown, Robert James, Gatesville Bruchmiller, Helen Arlene, Goliad Bryan, Pat, III, Graham Buchanan, Stephanie Jane, Hot Springs, Ark. Bunkley, Thomas Allen, Jr., Stamford Burba, Elizabeth Marie, Austin Burcham, Mary Jane, Austin Burger, Catherine Elaine, Seguin Burgess, Carolyn Lois, Nacogdoches Burgheimer, Carlene Rae, Kansas City, Mo. Burleson, Linda Jean, Corpus Christ! f $ f fWI jm t -Aw fMNF F ,L A Bk fl kk , 4H Page 95 SOPHOMORES Clark, Charles Thomas, Longview Clark. Kay Elaine, Dallas Clark, Rann Lionel, Houston Clark, Robert Lee (I), Austin Clark, Robert Lee (II), Danbury Clem, Karen Ann, San Antonio Clements, Hazel Jane, Huntsville Clemmer, John Lee, Ranger Cleveland, Joseph Robert, Dallas Cochran, Nancy Carolyn. Lubbock Coker, Mack Elbert, Houston Cole, Clarence Wharton, Houston Cole, Kynn Monroe, Garland Cole, Ralph Errol, Madisonville Coleman, Claudette, Splendora Coleman, Jack Bunting, Jr., Houston Collier, Colleen Heather, Houston Collins, Marshall Barb, Arlington Colton, Michael Jean, San Antonio Coltzer, Henry Shive, Galveston Combs, Gwyndolyn Joyce, Amarillo Compton, Carol Margaret, Houston Connor, Carolyn, Daingerfield Cooper, Ina Louise, Mexia Cooper, Sue Ellen, Dallas Copeland, Annie Laurie, San Antonio Copeland, David Alfred, Houston Cortez, Lionel Mauro, Jr., San Antonio Cowden, Wright Elliott, Jr., Midland Cox, Becky, Houston Cox, Caren Maynett, Fredericksburg Cox, Frank Herlin, Austin Cox, Myrlan, Morton Craft, Randal Robert, Jr., Garland Graver, Thomas Howard, Midland Craver, Virginia Ruth, Texarkana Cravy, Michael George, Bullard Crawford, Lucy Kathleen, Houston Creekmore, Wynne L., Jr., Houston Crider, Allen Billy, Mexia Cromack, Nancy Lind, Brownsville Cromwell, Charles Wade, Stamford m ? 1 !, I o o a Crouch, Eugene Louis, Lockhart Crouse, Joan Virginia, Bismark, N. Dak. Crow, Nancy Sue, Shreveport, La. Crutsinger, Harold Ray, Wichita Falls Cubley, Harold Dean, Scurry Cullinan, Melinda Elaine, Silsbee Cummings, James H , Dallas Cundiff, Don Alexander, Oceanside, Calif. Cunningham, Joe Hurley, III, Fort Worth Currie, James David, Amarillo Curry, Charles Nathan, Waxahachie Curson, Charles Randolph, Angleton Curtis, Daniel, New Boston Cushman, Karen Ann, Seguin Daleo, Frank A., Beaumont Dalton, John William, Houston Daniel, James Thomas, Bryan Daniel, Madeline Terrell, Temple Daniel, Sandra Alene, Texas City Daniels, Maxie Dian, Seguin Daniels, James Duff, Dallas Daum, Sandra Elaine, Houston David. Mavis Lyle, Waco Davies, Will Sullivan, Jr., Dallas Davis, Daniel Stone, Amarillo Davis, Dorothy Gayle, Austin Davis, Dudley Perdue, Center Davis, Elis. Savilla, Wichita Falls Davis, Farrar Montgomery, San Antonio Davis, Henry Michael, Corpus Christi Davis, James Phillip, Houston Davis, James Ray, Dallas Davis, Mary Patricia, Crowell Davit, Robert Cecil, Edna Davis, Ruby Kay, Irving Davol, Elizabeth Hayes, Austin Dean, Sandra lee, Argyle DeBerry, Diane, San Antonio Deen, Dudley Howard, Houston DeFee, David Lee, Houston DeLaney, James Cecil, Houston Demel, Karen Julia. Needville Pog. 96 IQJ5 fl ti DRIft n Elick, Betty Susan, Bellville Ellingson, Karen Sue, Austin Elliott, Rebecca Anne, Edna Ellis, Karen Jean, Houston Ellison, James David, Austin Ellison, Margaret Lucile, Killeen Engelking, Charley Thomas, San Angelo England, Sharon Kay, Dallas Englander, Louis Wood, Waco Engler, John G., Jim Thorpe, Pa. English, Linda Burgin, Beaumont Engstrom, Mary Dwyce, Harlingen Eppler, William Henry, San Antonio Erskine, Ruth Ann, Midland Estes, Martha Lynne, Pasadena Estess, Michael Eggeling, Houston Eubank, Foster Jennings, San Antonio Evans, Muse Elizabeth, Houston Everett, John Richard, Dumas Fair, David Lewis, Dallas Fairchild, Marilynn Sue, Charlotte, N. C. Faulkner, Nina Frances, Houston Faulkner, Staley, Denton Fehr, Edward Scott, Austin Feingold, Janice Sue, Kansas City, Mo. Ferguson, Kenneth Wayne, Waco Feuerbacher, Sharon Patricia, Austin Fielder, Richard Aubrey, Lockhart Finley, James Daniel, III, Aransas Pass Finley, Mark Hanna, Austin Finley, Sharon Marie, Corpus Christ! Finley, Sue Virginia, Uvalde Finney, Charles Marshall, Dallas Fisher, Ann L., Portland Fisher, John Clark, Beaumont Fisher, Kaybeth, San Angelo Flowers, Mike Willke, Tyler Floyd, Frank Michael, Baytown Fogg, Karen, Baton Rouge, La. Forbes, Elroy Westreer, Houston Forbes, Norma Lynn, Austin Ford, Susan Chappell, Lubbock CLASS OF 1 963 Denena, Joseph Falson, Hearne Denison, James Wright, Houston DeSha, James E., San Antonio Dibrell, Samuel Dotson, San Antonio Dickey, Bobby Lynn, Palestine Dickey, Fred B., Jr., Fort Worth Dietz, John Walter, Waco Dimmitt, Deanna Marye, Uvalde Disch, Billy John, III, Austin Dishberger, Thomas L., Texas City Dobson, Marilyn Jean, Dallas Dodd, Carolyn Joyce, Fort Worth Donsky, Cal L., San Angelo Dorchester, Deanna, Marble Falls Dorman, John Wesley, Ennis Dorrell, Robert Bynum, Houston Douglas, Louisa Ann, Dallas Douglas, Ronald Erwin, Dallas Draeger, Carolyn, Baytown Drawert, James George, Fort Worth Drumright, Georgie Kay, Dallas DuBose, Gary Lynn, Baytown Dubrow, Daveley, Houston Dudley, Julia Aurelia, Comanchie Dudley, Val Jean, Austin Duggan, Arthur Alexander, Littlefield Duran, Carol Jean, Dallas Dusek, Diane Audrey, Dallas Dutton, Margaret Sue, Bishop Dwyer, LMa Dianne, Houston Dyke, Emily Shannon, Marshall Earp, Robert Dean, El Paso Easterly, Stanley Boyd, Houston Ebling, Jo Ann, Big Spring Edgar, Tommy Clay, Graham Edgeman, Larry Jack, Odessa Edmonds, Roger Cooper, Dublin Ehlers, Sandra Kay, New Braunfels Eidman, Jack Elmore, Brownsville Eidson, Merrill Lamar, Temple Eikel, Robert Edwin, Houston Elder, Stephen Thomas, San Antonio O SOPHOMORES Fountain, Barbara Nell, Dallas Fox, Janelle Maxine, Dallas Foyt, Charles B., Austin Franklin, Vivien Leigh, Wimberley Freeman, Peggy Jane, Texarkana Freeman, William Bertrand, jr., Houston French, William Allen, Big Spring Friedman, Harriet Ray, Houston Fritz, Janet Laveme, Bishop Fry, John Edwin, Abilene Fryar, Allan Gary, Dallas Fuller, Loyce Jeannine, Lampasas Fullwiler, James Lewis, Mexia Funk, Walter Burton, Houston Gabriel, Gail, Tyler Gage, Sandra Lee, Dallas Gallaher, Judith Ellen, Marlin Galvin, June Beverly, Gilmer Garcia, Pedro, Falfurrias Gardner, John Graham, Jr., Winters Garland, Larry R., Jacksboro Garmany, Jane Lois, Richmond Garner, Billy Jack, Cr ockett Garner, Sadie Janece, Grapeland Garrett, Jan Hansen, Waco Garver, Richard Lloyd, Richardson Gaskin, Carol Lynn, Dallas Gaskin, Martha Louise, Austin Gaskins, Robert Filmore, Lakewood, Ohio Gaston, Carol Margaret, Houston Gatlin, Earl Gene, Waco Gayle, Janice Alma, Angleton Geddie, Prentice F., Dallas Gee, Carol Anne, Houston Geissen, Lloyd Anthone, Houston Gerald, Daphne Dee, Weslaco Gerdes, Stephen Charles, Sinton Germain, William Bennett, Marathon, Fla. Gibbons, John Lee, Edinburg Gibler, Sheridan Taylor, Waco Gibson, Luther Jackson, Dallas Gilbert, Betty C, Houston ft f n r- .t ;tK . O.O A ' i 98 Gilbert, Linda, Austin Gilbert, Paul Faris, Plainview Gill, Betty Jean, Beeville Gillaspy, William Roger, III, Houston Gillespie, Victor H., Robstown Ginsberg, Michael A., Houston Ginsberg, Sidney Sol, Tyler Giuffre, Dennis Michael, Houston Glasco, Shirley Mae, Dalhart Glass, Carolyn Edna, Texarkana Glass, Martha Jane, Texarkana Glick, Donna Gail, Houston Glosson, Robert Eugene, Houston Gober, Burma Anndean, Nome Gober, John Y., Galveston Godfrey, Gary Crawford, Jacksonville Goldfield, Harriet Sue, Baytown Gomez, Fernando Rogelio, Corpus Chritti Goode, Sara Phyllis, College Station Gould, Kathryn Jean, College Station Graham, Doug Claude, Plainview Graham, Jimmy Horton, Athens Graham, Juanita Sue, Austin Graham, Mary Ella, Odessa Graham, Tom Dudley, Big Wells Grassedonio, Roy Matthews, Houston Gray, Lynne Elizabeth, Brazoria Greenhill, Dorothy Sue, Sonora Greenwood, Dorothea Janelle, Austin Gregg, Susan, Round Rock Gresham, Adonia Sue, Wharton Gresham, Sonia Gayle, Childress Grevsky, Barbara Elaine, Houston Grider, Sylvia Ann, Pampa Griffin, Vary Elizabeth. Dallas Griffith. Lloyd Dale, Amarillo Grimes, Charles Lewis, Sen Antonio Grimm, Joy Dell, Pasadena Groogan, Phyllis Ann, San Antonio Gross, Robert Olvin, Bortham Grove, Marilyn Lavon, Houston Gruener. Claude Michael, Freeport r CLASS OF 1 963 GueteHoh, Ronnie Milton, Levelland Gump, Marilyn Virginia, Dallas Guthrie, Melinda Lee, Belton Gutterman, Marilyn N., Dallas Hadaway, Lynn Newman, Athens, Ga. Haden, Sarah Elizabeth, Austin Hagemann, Betty Ruth, La Grange Halbouty, Michel Robert, Dyess A.F.B. Haley, Harriet Anne, Waco Haley, James Richard, San Antonio Haley, Judy Ann, Oakwood Hall, John Allen, Jr., Austin Hall, Ronald Lee, Mansfield Halliday, Sondra Alma, Galena Park Hamilton, Marcia Jane, Dallas Hanke, Dan Henry, San Antonio Hanks, Robert Warren, Austin Hanover, William Gibson, Lufkin Hansen, Martha Ann, Houston Hanslik, Edward James, Seminole Haragan, Pat William, Houston Hardie, James Hilton, Gatesville Hardwick, Mary Ellen, Odessa Hardy, Carole Elizabeth, Houston Hargis, Laurie Lee, San Antonio Hargrove, Elizabeth Ann, Dallas Harper, Bobbie Ann, San Antonio Harrell, Glynda Marian, Groom Harris, Edward Murray, Jr., Houston Harris, John Edwin, San Angelo Harris, Richard Claude, Houston Harris, Robert Louis, Houston Harris, Steve Wilson, Austin Harrison, Benjamin Mark, Dickinson Harrison, Jeanette, Wharton Hart, Joseph Hill, Austin Hartin, Janett Carol, Krum Hartman, Ada Lou, Corpus Christi Hartt, Carl Marshall, Palestine Hasha, Helen Kay, Houston Hashop, Rebecca Jo, Corsicana Hatcher, Robert Austin, Dallas Hawkins, William Robbins, Arlington Hayes, Timothy Alden, Longview Haymes, David Anderson, Dallas Haynes, Mary Julette, Houston Hedge, Gayle Seay, Dallas Heimann, Marilyn Jane, Austin Heinen, Martha Lee, Houston Heiser, Dinah Kay, San Antonio Hellen, Margaret Dianne, Hebbronville Heliums, Bob C., Houston Helm, Helen Kay, Dallas Hemphill, Frances Ellen, Lake Charles, La. Henderson, Robert Lee, Mercedes Henderson, Thomas McDowell, Houston Hendrix, Janet Kay, Dallas Hendrix, Mary Jo, Smithville Henley, Marilyn Gail, Houston Henry, Boyd Wayne, Elgin Herbert, Constance Ann, Austin Herbster, Jim Richard, Houston Hergens, Sophie Ruth, Houston Hermansen, Sigurd Wilson, El Campo Herren, Thomas Hood, Houston Herring, Josephine Lillian, San Antonio Herring, Robert Jack, San Marcos Herring, Sarah, Cotulia Herrington, Sandra Kay, Henderson Hickox, William Horace, III, Phillips Hicks, Gary Blaine, Fort Worth Hightower, John Buckner, Austin Hill, Carol Jenean, Houston Hill, Kenneth Alan, Coleman Hill, Raymond William, Jr., Victoria Hill, Surrenden Kay, Austin Hodge, Elisabeth Lee, San Antonio Hoffman, Adele Sharon, Houston Hoffman, Gary Samuel, Mineral Wells Hoffman, Rochelle Lynne, Houston Hoffman, David Lang, Austin Holder, Linda Kay, Waco Holland, Robert Gillett, Austin Hollow, Jane Ann, Dallas Page 99 SOPHOMORES Hood, James Furniss, Galveston Hooper, Patricia Ann, Fort Worth Hopkins, Gary Weldon, Midlothian Hopkins, John Alfred, Houston Horfenstine, Rodney Lee, Amarillo Morton, Otis Dee, Jr., Bellaire Houdek, Penny, Houston Howard, Barbara Kay, Houston Howard, Betty Ann, Crystal City Howard, Robert M., Irving Howard, Vanroe Maxwell, Jr., Graham Hudson, William Doil, Weatherford Hull, Mary Barbara, Greenville Hunter, Robert Coleman, Abilene Hurst, John Clark, Lufkin Jackson, James Lee, Wichita Falls Jackson, Patricia, Mount Pleasant Jackson, Patricia Ann, College Station Jacobs, Gary Gursh, San Antonio Jacobs, Jerrold Samuel, Waco Jenkins, Frieda Ann, Mission Jensen, Virginia Marie, San Antonio Joe, Robert Shick Gong, Jr., Pasadena Johle, Richard James, Houston Johns, Robert Leroy, Elmhurst, III. Johnson, David Carl, Louise Johnson, Elizabeth Ruth, Newgulf Johnson, Janet, Corpus Christ! Johnson, Jerry Dwain, Mart Johnson, Joyce Kay, St. Louis, Mo. Johnson, Mary Helen, San Antonio Johnson, Nancy D., Dumas Johnston, Jerry Brooks, Austin Jones, Arlette Iras, Houston Jones, Bart I., Ill, Houston Jones, Franklyn Deal, Fort Worth Jones, Jane Marcelle, Pecos Jones, Janet Ann, Amarilto Jones, Joie Pierce, Abilene Jones, Marvin Blake, Oakwood Jones, Mary Lee, Dallas Jones, Nancy Carolyn, Houston Pog 100 Jones, Ortie Delilah, Port Arthur Jones, Robert Ellwood, Dallas Joyce, Phoebe, Fort Worth Juniper, Margaret Helen, Canyon Kalb, John A., Houston Kallison, Jack Henry, San Antonio Kamille, Melissa Rose, Danville, III. Kamrath, John Robert, Houston Keller, Mary Lou, Galena Park Kennedy, Maurice Graves, Freeport Kerr, John Thomas, Fort Worth Kerr, Martha Frances, Dallas Key, Dorothy Margaret, Dallas Kidd, Barbara Ann, El Paso Kiesling, Carolyn Fay, Houston Kimbrow, Johnny Mack, Midland King, Joe Robert, Muleshoe Kinney, John Edward, Big Spring Kinsel, Robert Russell, Jr., Three Rivers Kinzbach, Lelitia lee, Houston Kirkman, John George, Houston Kitzmiller, Martha Lee, Houston Klein, Sonja Rose, Houston Klingman, Louis William, Dallas Klipple, Helen Lorraine, College Station Knickerbocker, Ann Bryant, Houston Knippa, Lyndon Gayle, San Antonio Knupp, Mary Eleanor, Amarillo Koch, Elizabeth Anne, Austin Kornegay, Horace Thomas, Jr., Longview Krueger, Joyce Collette, Freeport Krueger, Kathryn Ann, Dallas Kuhn, Woodrow Robert, Houston Kyle, Carolyn Frances. Itasca Lacy, Gerald Morris. Commerce Lambert, Carol Maxine. Corpus Christi La Motte, Jeanelle, College Station Laney, Brenda Kay, Arlington Larson, Gerald Sevan, Dallas laRue, Perry Ellen, Corpus Christi Lassanske. Paul Wayne, Tyler latimer, Judith Ann, San Antonio CLASS OF 1 963 Laves, Dorothy Louise, Tyler Laymon, Robert Harold, San Juan Leach, Jane Ann, Pasadena Leary, John Michael, Mexia Leaverton, Marjorie Louise, Houston LeBlanc, Jeannine Marie, Houston Lee, Allen Curtis, Natalia Lee, Bert Gentry, Austin Leech, Carroll Tim, Hermleigh Lehmann, Jerry Spruce, Eden Leonard, Jeanette, Johnson City Lesikar, Patricia Ann, Bay City Lester, Mike B., Houston Levinson, Ronald Errol, Houston Lewis, Gretchen Analetia, Temple Lightfoot, Margaret Ann, Decatur Lipkin, Jerome Carl, Dallas Lipscomb, Gregory Owen, Houston Lipscomb, Lyn L., Garland Lipshy, Bruce Arlen, Dallas Littlejohn, Mary Catherine, Orange Littlepage, Paxton K., Mart Littleton, Larry Orman, Dallas Lloyd, Ann Forsyth, Washington, D. C. Loeffler, Reuben Riley, Mason Long, James Stillman, Del Rio Loughry, Patricia Ann, Fort Worth Loveless, Linda Ruth, Denton Lull, George Fairless, El Paso Lutz, Harold Gilbert, Jr., San Antonio LyBrand, Edward Hill, Beaumont Lykes, Frederick Freeman, San Antonio Lyles, Edith Gene, Henrietta Lynge, Oscar Eugene, Piano Mabry, William Elam, San Antonio Maclver, Donald James, Jr., Dallas Mahoney, Joan, Dallas Maledon, Elick Neal, Jr., Longview Mallett, Moselle Archer, Houston Mandrell, Carole Janette, Houston Manning, Patsy Emmalene, Houston Marcus, Stanley Earl, San Antonio Marett, Janice Amy, New Braunfels Markowitz, Robert A., Houston Marshall, Jane Kathleen, Hillsboro Martin, Patsy Nanga, Normangee Martin, Warren William, Lake Jackson Martin, William Emmett, Denison Martinez, Gustavo Hector, Eagle Pass Masinter, Shirley Ann, Dallas Mason, Suzanne, Fort Worth Massey, Barbara Ann, Houston Masterson, Robert Seley, Beaumont Mathis, Sue Janice, Sour Lake Matlock, Ronny James, Garland Matthews, Barbara Jo, Texas City Matthews, Rebecca Sue, Waco Mattingly, Christine Margaret, Galveston Mauldin, Marilyn Bess, Jacksonville Maverick, Peter Lee, San Antonio May, Bobbie Dianne, Grand Prairie Mayer, William H., Jr., San Antonio Mayfield, Gwendolyn Virginia, Austin Mayo, Margaret Gregory, Galveston Mays, Martha Clifford, Austin McAdams, Billye May, Austin McAfee, Jimmy Joe, Edna McAfee, Joan Marie, Houston McAllister, Walter Williams, III, San Antonio McClanahan, William Thomas, San Angelo McClellan, Jo Ann, Overton McClesky, Margaret Adell, Arlington McClure, Patricia Jean, Dallas McClure, Spencer Francis, San Antonio McCrary, Benjamin Richard, Big Spring McCrum, Helen Suzanne, Dallas McCullough, Edward Joe, Taylor McCully, Ann, Austin McCurley, Diane, Houston McDaniel, Mildred Corine, Houston McGahen, Warren William, Midland McGinnis, Homer Lee, Fort Worth McGoodwin, James Russell, San Antonio McGregor, Mary Jan, Corpus Christ! Page 101 SOPHOMORES McGuire, Patricia Ann, Dallas AAcGuire, Shirley Anne, Dallas Mclnnis, William Edward, Wharton McKenzie, June Elizabeth, San Antonio McKinlay, Constancia Virginia, Dallas AAcLean, Danny Ray, Waskom AAcleod, Erie Douglas, Galveston McMahan, George O ' Daniel, Lockhart AAcNamee, Anita Darlene, Higgins AAcNatt, James Leon, Greenville AAcSpadden, Rhoda Irene, Odessa Weeks, Mary Catherine, Houston Merrill, Madeline Dale, Austin AAeyer, Judith Louise, Dallas Middleton. Allen Michael, Fort Worth Miles, William Hurst, Chilian, Chile Miller, Adrienne Anne, Piano Miller, Barbara June, Dallas Miller, Carol Lynn, Encino, Calif. Miller, James Royce, Burkburnett Miller, Richard Ian, San Antonio Miller, William Alton, Amarillo Miller, William Robert (I), Cuero Miller, William Robert (II), Dallas Mills, Robert Joseph, Pasadena Minchen, David Langley, Houston Minyard, Annis Marie, Jasper Miracle, William Hewitt, Houston Mitchell, Frank Avery, III, Wichita Falls Mondshine, William Graham, Houston Montfort, M. Virginia, Arlington Montgomery, Judith Ann, Lamesa Mooney, Maureen Vera, Dallas Moore, Emmett Edrington, Dallas Morris, Linda Jan, Hillsboro Morris, Wilford Victor, Houston Muldoon, Laurie Jean, San Antonio Murchison, William Polk, Corsicana Murff, Wilbur Gene, Hamlin Musgrove, Glenn Burke, Breckenridge Myers, Joseph Lawrence, Austin Myers, Judy H., Denver, Colo. p r ll f l 1! A. LJOfc ii Po 8 . 102 Myrick, Edna Moody, Houston Naborj, John Hughston, Jr., Winmboro Nagel, Carolyn, Gonzales Nagy, Robert Howard, Houston Naquin, Mary Minette, Austin Nash, Edward C, Jr., Kaufman Neeley, Linda, Alvarado Nelson, James Thomas, Jasper New, Gary Keith, Graham Newberry, Alice Carol, Houston Newberry, Charles Richard, Fort Worth Newman, Patricia Ruth, Houston Newton, James Boswell, Rockdale Nichols, Howard Grant, Beaumont Nichols, Lori Arm, Houston Nigliazzo, Giovanna Ann, Hearne Nixon, James Gus, Fort Worth Nolte, Lucy Kay, Sour Lake Normand, Hal Corbin, Fort Worth Norris, Renna Gail, Houston Norrod, Erminia Pinina, Corpus Christ! North, Linda, Austin Nowlin, Barbara Ann, Marshall Nunneley, David Dean, Midland Nussenblatt, Michael Phillip, Galveston O ' Berry, Willie Mae, San Antonio O ' Connor, Joel Leslie, Port Isabel Ogden, Othvl Walker, Andrewi O ' Hara, Mary Ellen, Dallas Old, Johanna, Brownwood Oldham, Darius Dudley, Beaumont Olsen, Catherine Emelia, Houston Olson, Caroline, San Antonio O ' Neill, John Coma, Victoria Ormand, Donald Reagan, Arlington Ormand, Jarrell Bankhead, Odessa Osgood, Robert Vernon, Orange Ott, Sharon Eileen, Houston Factor . Carl Michael, Galveston Page, Louis Christopher, Austin Paine, Harriett Lynn, Baytown Panzarella, John Edward, Humble CLASS OF 1 963 Parish, Sallee Ruth, Holliday Park, James Lemuel, Wichita Falls Parker, Karen Sue, Hale Center Parker, Nancee Ellen, Dallas Parker, Robert Phillip, Longview Parks, Carole Lynne, Houston Parks, Frances Lou, Houston Parks, Hubbard Sellers, Kerrville Parr, Virginia Ann, Robstown Parrish, Martha Jean, Bellaire Paschetag, Jack Michel, Beaumont Pate, John Woodrow, Alpine Patterson, J. Alexander, San Antonio Patton, Charlotte Kemp, Houston Patton, Edward Nash, Jr., Rotan Pauling, Geoffrey Rex, Midland Payne, Robert Milton, Stamford Peacock, James Hoke, II, Jacksonville Pearson, Michael Reynolds, Dallas Peavy, Betty Kathryn, Lufkin Peay, Saundra Leigh, Abilene Peebles, Marjorie Kay, Houston Peeler, Gary Bob, Palestine Perry, Sarah Jeanne, Irving Peterson, Carol Ann, Austin Phillips, David Peter, Clodine Phillips, Linda Nell, Overton Pickler, Patricia Louise, Bellaire Pierce, Gail Ann, Corpus Christ! Pierce, Roger Wayne, Dallas Pinkston, Robert Lee, Austin Pittenger, Doris Diane, Austin Pittman, Larry Jay, Brownwood Polk, B. Frank, Austin Pomeroy, Clyde David, Jr., Pasadena Poole, William George, Jr., Riesel Post, Nancy Elizabeth, San Antonio Pratscher, Mary Jane, Houston Prensner, Douglas Steven, Pearland Price, Aubrey Lesley, Gladewater Price, Barbara Jean, Wingate Price, Ralph Theodore, Austin Price, Stephanie Lynne, Houston Priebe, Charlene Beth, La Grange Priem, Kenneth Randall, Austin Pulver, Mary Manson, Harlingen Putnam, Joseph Carrol, Jr., Albany Putty, Sandra Marlene, San Antonio Pye, Herman Walter, Houston Pyle, James Arlen, Pasadena Quinn, Maureen Elizabeth, Houston Quirk, William Henry, III, San Antonio Ramey, Ronald Lynn, Houston Ramsey, Rosemary, Temple Randall, Sandra Kay, Austin Ransdell, Robert Evans, Jr., Dallas Ray, Murray Randolph, Dallas Ray, Patsy Cordelia, Mercedes Readinger, Patricia Ann, Fort Worth Ready, Raymond Linn, Houston Reagor, Betty Field, Dallas Redman, Mary Katharine, Saint Jo Reese, Van King, Austin Reeves, Jay Milton, Bay City Reeves, Terry Edward, Houston Reinert, Charles Marshall, Denver City Reinhold, Nancy Ann, Saint Louis, Mo. Remmers, Alfred Frederick, Jr., San Antonio Renfro, Nancy Kate, Bay City Reynolds, Edward George, McAllen Reynolds, Thomas David, Wichita Falls Rhew, Marsha Gay, Sweetwater Rhodenbaugh, Joyce Ann, Beaumont Rich, Carol, Austin Rich, Jane, Austin Richards, Ronald Clyde, Houston Ricks, James Glenn, Brady Riley, David Furman, San Antonio Riley, Margaret Sue, Corpus Christi Ring, Robert, III, Houston Ripley, William Dean, Lampasas Ripple, Dennis Fred, El Campo Robbins, Stuart B., Austin Roberts, Judith Mae, San Antonio Page 103 SOPHOMORES Robertson, Carrie May, Houston Robertson, Peggy Jeanne, Garland Robertson, Susan V., la Grange Robinson, Gail Frances, San Antonio Robinson, Virginia Ann, Dallas Robinson, Robert Rex, Dickens Robuck, Joel Henry, Dallas Rock, Connie Jo, Texas City Rodgers, Genny W., Austin Rodsky, Bruce George, El Paso Roomer, Judy Carolyn, Port Lavaca Roffino, Mary Jane, Hearne Rohde, Iris Jean, Houston Rosenfhal, Judith Susan, McAllen Ross, Martin Paul, Arlington Rossman, Susan Gayle, Texas City Rounsville, John Leslie, Jr., Robstown Rountree, Millard Gordon, Waco Routt, Linda Nell, Dallas Rowe, Judy Lou, San Antonio Rowland, Dasa Lee, Del Rio Rowland, John Dennis, III, Uvalde Rudy, Sharon Kaye, Paris Rylee, Linda Faye, Midland Sachs, Margaret Carol, Greenville, Miss. Sadovick, Carole Yetta, Odessa Sagor, Bryan Tatar, San Antonio Salmon, Mary Louise, Lubbock Salzberger, Lee Roy, Dallas Sanders, James Allen, Jr., Fort Worth Sanders, James Eugene, Jr., Nacogdoches Sanders, Laura Jean, Dayton Saunders, Robert Wayne, Port Arthur Savage, Robert Arnold, Houston Scarborough, Charles Davis, Abilene Schapira, Janet Raye, McAllen Schavrda, Carrel Wayne, Sealy Schilo, Joan Marie, San Antonic Schlindler, Susan, Weimer Schlegel, Nancy Elizabeth, Austin Schleyer, Judith Emily, New Braunfels Schmin, Allan Burnham, Dallas coo ft v ik 44 . Fog 104 Schmitz, Penny Ann, San Antonio Schmitz, Thomas Ray, Dallas Schneider, Oscar Martin, Houston Schumacher, Billie Gayle, Hunt Schurman, Ruth Louise, San Antonio Schwartz, Phyllis Ruth, Galveston Schwenk, John George, Austin Scott, Edwin Grant, Dallas Scott, Minot David, Fort Worth Scrutchin, Selma Ann, San Marcos Sedita, Jennie Marie, Houston Segal, Rolaine Ann, San Antonio Seiders, Sally Christine, Austi n Seymour, Roger James, Galveston Shaffer, Frances Rhenae, Madisonville Shainock, Lois Paula, Houston Sharpe, Maribelle, Mason Shaw, Carolyn Marie, Pertus Shaw, Geoffrey Lynn, Wichita Falls Sheffield, James Donald, Fort Worth Shell, Helen Hughetta, Fort Worth Shockley, Ellen Taylor, Denton Short, Carolyn Martha, San Antonio Shrader, Philip Harland, Jr., Dallas Shrader, Virginia Ann, Austin Shull, Wayne Maxwell, Houston Sideman, Mark Jay, San Antonio Siegel, Janet Marilyn, Dublin Silverman, John Edward, El Paso Simmons, Peggy Ailene, Luling Simmons, Robert Nolan, Wichita Falls Simms, Carolyn Jean, Houston Simpson, Dick Weldon, Houston Singer, Bonnie Charlotte, Houston Siptak, John Edward, jr., Caldwell Sircy, Otic Carl, Jr., Petrol. a Skelton, Linda Annette, Houston Skinner, Ellis Matthew, II, Dallas Slomchinski. Janet Phyllis, Pleasanton Smith, Brand Joyce, Corpus Chri ti Smith, Donna Joyce, Dilley Smith, E. Muriel, Throckmorton CLASS OF 1 963 Smith, Errol Daniel, Corpus Christi Smith, Janice Marie, San Antonio Smith, Jimmy Ray, El Paso Smith, Margaret Janis, Groves Smith, Mary Evelyn, Falfurrias Smith, Melinda Ann, Lake Jackson Smith, Michael Lane, Huntsville Smith, Sally, Dallas Soffar, Carolyn, Freeport Sondock, Lawrence Seymour, Houston Sparks, Joseph Campbell, Austin Spearman, William Leslie, Jr., Houston Spears, Nancy Jo, Bowie Spears, Robert Arnold, Austin Speegle, Kathleen Mary, Denton Spence, Mary Kathleen, San Angelo Spillar, Beverly Ann, Uvalde Spivey, William Earl, Houston Spruell, William Charles, Little Rock, Ark. Srygley, James Gerald, New Boston Stafford, Albert Harrison, Edna Stanley, Myra Anne, Amarillo Stansfield, Marjorie Lee, Galveston Stanton, Gerry Elbert, Houston Stark, Leslie Vernon, Forney Stephens, James Howard, Big Spring Sterner, Nancy Jean, Garland Stevens, Harvey Boyet, Daingerfield Stokes, Robert Clive, West Columbia Stoliar, John Bruce, Dallas Stolz, Sharon, Dallas Stone, David Locke, Portales, N. Mex. Stubblefield, Ramona Lea, Austin Sullivan, Michael Edwin, Brownwood Sullivan, Nancy, Centerville Swafford, Stephanie Lois, Bryan Swain, Mary Martha, Houston Swango, Donald Harry, Dallas Sweeney, Henry Nunn, Jr., Roswell, N. Mex. Swift, Susan Elizabeth, Houston Swihart, Bruce A., South Bend, Ind. Sylvester, Viron Dale, Austin Talley, John Bevil, Beaumont Tarbet, David Blalock, Dallas Tasch, Al F., Jr., Taft Tate, Jeannette Diane, Giddings Taylor, Judy Ruth, Fort Worth Tellepsen, Karen, Houston Tempero, Nancy Carol, Austin Theriot, Rosalie Dianne, Port Arthur Thies, Fred Walter, Dallas Thomas, Barbara Ruth, Dallas Thomas, Carolyn Beth, Dallas Thomas, Sandra Carol, Eagle Lake Thompson, Jean Dalton, Jr., Dickinson Thompson, Jim L., Sherman Thompson, Jo Ann, Pampa Thompson, Joann Elizabeth, Nederland Thompson, Sara Jo, New Braunfels Thome, Brent Richard, Grand Prairie Thornton, Judith Earlene, Wichita Falls Thrash, Michael Emmett, Denver, Colo. Thrift, Nancy Ellen, Houston Thurman, Tesla Kavena, Houston Tibbitts, Bradford Whittier, Dallas Tiemann, Martha Louise, La Grange Timmons, Claire Janet, Houston Tinoco, Edward Norberto, El Paso Todd, Connie Claire, Austin Todd, Joe Max, Houston Toland, Lucy Elaine, Dallas Torp, Norma Joyce, Nacogdoches Tosch, Barbara Jean, Bonham Tottenham, Woodson Miller, Jr., Houston Towles, Elizabeth Evelyn, Houston Townsend, Jean, Dallas Tracy, Flora Louise, Carlsbad, N. Mex. Treadwell, John Allen, San Angelo Treadwell, Lloyd Hughes, Garland Trenckman, Ellen, Bryan Trevino, Ruben Edward, Edinburg Tucker, Ann Elizabeth, Corpus Christi Tucker, Sara Frances, Pasadena Turner, Catherine Ann, Houston Page 105 SOPHOMORES Turner, Oitzler Yvonne, Houston Tyler, John Keith, Longview Usrey, Jerry Randolph, Pasadena Van Eman, Lyne AAarie, San Antonio Van Fleet, Mary Virginia, Fort Worth Varvel, Mary Cornelia, College Station Vaughn, Dorothy Lee, Bandera Vaughn, William Sidney, Bay City Villarreal, Bertha Irma, Robstown Virgin, James Edward, Fort Worth Voorhies, Charlotte Delhaye, El Campo Voyles, Jerry Davis, Edna Walker, Barbara Joyce, Dallas Walker, Darral Gene, La Pryor Walker, Mary Ellis, Grand Prairie Walker, Robert Devereaux, San Antonio Walton, Mary Lu, Houston Ward, Harold Dudley, Jr., Houston Warhol, Kythleen Jean, Waco Warren, Donald Holman, Bellaire Warren, Kathryn Penelope, Wichita Falls Watson, Jeanine Anne, Dallas Watt, Neal Avery, Austin Watts, Richard Charles, Denton Weaver, Sarah Peyton, Longview Weeks, John Franklin, Austin Weigel, Mabel Duncan, Austin Weir, Woody Wilson, Abilene Weise, Douglas Charles, Houston Weiss, Sandra Lou, Fort Worth Weitzel, Eilert Richard, II, Victoria Welder, Josephine, Beeville Wells, Sara (Catherine, Edna Wessels, Jo Ann Marie, La Grange West, John Lyle. Cleveland Westergard, Margaret Ann, Washington, D. C. Wheeler, Marion Cassaday, Fort Worth Wheelis, Sue Ann, Brownwood White, Gordon Edd, Cleveland White, Katheryn Ann, New Orleans, La. White, Linda Ann, Hutchinson, Kans. White, Mary Alta, Houston Fog 106 White, Stephen Travis, Houston Whitsit, Susan Elizabeth, San Antonio Wier, James Alex, Hempstead Wiist, Ronnie Lee, Wichita Falls Wilkins, Carolyn Mellisa, Houston Wilkinson, Samuel Addison, III, Austin Williams, Harriet Gardner, Dallas Williams, Jan Britt, Lamesa Williams, Lynne Arden, Dallas Williams, Nick Olin, Lamesa Williams, Peter Christian, Houston Wills, Jerry Kay, Beaumont Wilson, Judy Kae, Fort Worth Wilson, Robert Mims, Waco Wilson, William George, Wichita Falls Winborn, John Hunter, Dallas Winford, Phyllis Jean, Houston Winfree, Luther Jerald, Orange Winkelman, Wayne, Schulenburg Winner, Bill R., Austin Wolfson, Risa Faye, Denver, Colo. Wood, Gary Lynn, Burkburnett Wood, Gerald lee, Odessa Wood, Jeannine Bazer, Linden Woods, Arlan Claude, Gladewater Woodward, Billy Wayne, Nederland Woolen, Patricia Arrington, Columbus Work, Glenn Alex, Kountze Workman, Joseph Norman, El Paso Wren, Dolores Elaine, Longview Wren, Mary Heather, Houston Wriborg, Dewanna Dale, Port Arthur Wright, Pamela Florence, San Antonio Wright, Thomas William, Grand Prairie Wuthrich, Vernett Marie, Taylor Yaker, Marshall Irwin, El Paso Yates, Ralph Michael, Laredo Yen, Charles William, Austin Young, Suzy, Laguna Beach, Calif. Zelen, Louise Maureen, Houston Zonker, Kenneth Larry, Houston ' HHMEN Page 107 FRESHMEN Abbott, Mary Phyllis, Miami Beach, Fla. Abel, Nancy C, Austin Abies, Donald Joseph, Gladewater Abrams, Marilyn Joyce, Dallas Abramson, Beverly Ann, Dallas Adams, Carol Louise, Dallas Adams, Edwin William, Jr., Buckholts Adams, Elizabeth Anne, Galveston Adams, Judith Arvin, Beaumont Adams, Quinclyn Lee, Palestine Adams, Zilla Katherine, Austin Adoue, Norman Dumble, Montgomery Agee, Deleese, Houston Albert, Sharon, Houston Albrecht, Mary Ann, Robstown Albrecht, Patsy Ann, Houston Alessandra, Erin Marie, Houston Alexander, Jayne, Houston Alexander, Joy LaZell, Llano Alexander, Tommy Bert, Austin Allen, Richard Wayne, Austin Allen, William Frank, San Antonio Allison, Carlos Jay, Austin Allison, George Edward, Jasper Allred, Judith Ann, Midland Altman, Stephen Monroe, Houston Altsuler, Arnold Kent, Omaha, Nebr. Alvis, Jim E., Austin Amacker, Jeanne Richey, Beaumont Amacker, John Hart, Dallas Amaimo, Janice Ann, Beaumont Amerman, Jack Almeron, Jr., Houston Ammons, Leland Irwin, Abilene Anderson, Arnold Raymond, Jr., Fort Worth Anderson, Helen Claire, Dallas Anderson, Judy Clarice, Amarillo Anderson, Merilee Joan, Baytown Anderson, Nancy Jeanne, Houston Anderson, Robert Lynn, Bellaire Andres, Joe Francis, Dallas Ankenman, Lyndal Lane, Houston Ansley, William Fred, Mineral Wells Appell, Linda Kay, Alice Appenbrink, Betty Sue, Galveston Ard, Rose Mary, Nacogdoches Arnett, Jerry Dale, Houston Arnette, Robert Evans, San Antonio Arnold, John Robert, III, Levelland Arnold, Sara Mae, Tyler Aronoff, Gail Margaret, Houston Arzaga, Eulalio, Jr., Killeen Aston, Patricia Ruth, Houston Atkins, Burrell Dwain, Morgan Austin, Judy, Dallas Autrey, Cecile Curlin, Waxahachie Avery, Charles Needham, Austin Ayres, Joe Robbins, Atheis Baade, Henry Howard, Jr., Bowling Babylon, Carol Ann, Schulenburg Bacon, Kenneth Terry, Austin Bacon, Linda Ann, Hillsboro Baethe, Jane Anne, Baytown Bagby, Richard Stephen, Dallas Bailey, Joe Murray, Austin Bailey, Virginia Mary, Freeport Bain, Barbara Rue, Lampasas Bain, Bobby lasler. Galena Park Baines, Robert Roy, Jr., San Antonio Baird. Bonnie Beth, Dallas Baird, Mary Lou, Austin Baird, Thomas Morgan, Fort Worth Baity, Carolie Ann, Garland Baker, Mary Martha, Madisonville Bakri, Fathul Arifin, Palembang, Indonesia Baldwin, Robert Basil, Houston Ball, Jack Johnson, Fort Worth Balshaw, Norma Jean, San Antonio Banks, Linda Ann, Houston Banks, Sue Ann, Houston Banta, Diana, La Porte Barker, Campbell Brooks, II, Pettus Barlow, Sherry Arlene, Waco Barnard, Larry Gordon, Garland Baron, Yvonne Valeria, lake Jackson Brr, Curtis Allen, Jr., Houston Barsalou, Joseph R., Ill, Baytown Bassist, Phyllis Ann, Austin Baits, Martha Elizabeth, Abilene Baum, Stuart Frost, San Antonio Baum, Yvonne Ray, New Orleans, La. Pog lot Bobb, Betty Cecile, Houston Boddeker, Gammon Cretin, Jr., Austin Bodden, Merilyn Kay, Port Arthur Boehner, David Martin, Tyler Bolden, Ida Lois, Austin Bonine, Michael Edward, Abilene Bonnell, Mary Elizabeth, Port Arthur Boorman, James Albert, HI, Houston Bordman, Marcia Beth, Kansas City, Mo. Boroughs, Rilla June, Dallas Boudreaux, Karen Diane, Houston Bowen, Judith Lynn, San Antonio Boyd, William Richard, Austin Boykin, Marshall Edward, Abilene Boyle, John Patrick, Houston Bozarth, Martha Jean, Pasadena Bradley, Steve Justin, Dallas Brandenberger, Vicki Lee, San Antonio Brandt, Roger Layne, Pasadena Brandt, Terry Jo, Austin Brasfield, Bernard Montgomery, Dallas Braswell, Jerry Corwin, Bellaire Bratton, Aileen LaVon, Brady Braun, Bobby Lynn, Dallas Breden, Paul Christian, Dallas Brewer, Patricia Elizabeth, Austin Bridges, Joe Mack, Sundown Briggs, Larry Bateman, Houston Bright, John Douglas, Tyler Brinsmade, Carol Ann, Houston Brister, Barbara Ruth, Lampasas Brock, Linda Catherine, Austin Brookner, Barbara Claire, Wichita Falls Brooks, Phyllis Anita, Corpus Christi Browder, Sandra Kay, Graham Brown, Ann Connor, Austin Brown, Brenda Jean, Houston Brown, Danna Gene, Austin Brown, Dwane Allen, Brownsville Brown, Elizabeth Ella, Port Arthur Brown, James Arthur, Galveston Brown, James Crozier, Waco Brown, Jeanne Wray, Fort Sam Houston Brown, Paula, Lampasas Brown, Susan, Austin Browning, Sharon Elizabeth, De Kalb Bryan, Judith Lynn, Austin Bryant, Gaylia Jean, Plainview CLASS OF 1 964 Baumsten, Vickie Ellen, Sioux City, Iowa Bauscher, Margaret Jane, Wichita Falls Baxter, Catharine Dallas, Austin Bean, Julie Elizabeth, San Angelo Beard, Nancy Dee, Dalhart Beatty, Carolyn Ann, Houston Beatty, Cherry Lou, Austin Beaty, Douglas Lynn, San Antonio Beauchamp, William Bryan, Austin Becker, Elisabeth Alice, Austin Becker, Katherine Louise, New Braunfels Beckham, Robert Sidney, Denison Beckley, Sharon, Austin Beiber, Sharon Frances, Crockett Bell, Alfred Alexander Graham, Corpus Christi Bell, Alice Virginia, Houston Bell, Anita Louise, San Antonio Bell, Charlotte Ann, Beaumont Bell, Francis Folsom, Jr., Dallas Benedict, Dottie Gecrgenna, Abilene Bengel, William Crafford, Jr., Big Spring Bennett, Bette Elaine, Amarillo Bennett, John Gordon, Denton Bennett, Judith Ann, Dallas Bennett, Judith Claire, San Antonio Bennett, Morris Wayne, Houston Benson, Dana Dee, San Antonio Benton, Carolyn Kathryn, Fort Worth Berger, Linda Helene, Mobile, Ala. Berkman, La Trelle, Austin Bermont, Judith Ann, Coral Gables, Fla. Berry, Dorothy Eleanor, College Station Beynon, Frank Priour, Corpus Christi Biggs, Sara Elizabeth, Austin Billingslea, Diane Marie, Greenville Bingham, Gwen Ann, Fort Worth Black, James Milton, Port Neches Blair, Lydia, Houston Blair, William Shelton, Dallas Blake, Mary Rebecca, Corpus Christi Blanton, Judith Gay, Port Arthur Blazek, Mary Joann, Liberty i r Page 109 FRESHMEN Bryant, Zelda Kay, Dallas Bryce, James Young, Waxahachie Buchanan, Sara Jo, Georgetown Buchek, Nancy Louise, San Antonio Buida, Jeanell, Waco Buie, Robert Benjamin, Stamford Bukowski, Beverlye Anne, Houston Bunch, George Pardue, Artesia, N. Mex. Burk, Donald Howard, Freeport Burke, Linda Elizabeth, Richardson Burkett, Joseph Reeves, Dimmitt Burkhart, Emily Alice, La Marque Burks, Judy Anita, Dallas Burleson, Penlope, Austin Burnside, Wayne George, Fayetteville Burt, Jane Winifred, New Braunfelt Bushell, Gary Everett, Austin Butcher, Thomas Lynn, Houston Butler, Carol Lynn, Beaumont Butler, Gayla Rae, Dallas Butschek, Deanna Jean, Houston Bybee, Corinne Ellen, Midland Bynum, Jackie Lynn, Galena Park Byrd, Clifton, Jr., Houston Cade, Carolyn Grace, Austin Cadenhead, Ben Chandler, Brownwood Clin, Gary Vernon, Fort Worth Cain, James Thomas, Plainview Caldwell, Diana Jill, Houston Caldwell, Victoria Bush, Houston Calhoun, Millie, Houston Calkins, Diane Chamberlin, McGregor Callaway, Nancy Elizabeth, Lufkin Callcott, Estelle Anne, Kerrville Calnan, Cornelius Joseph, Houston Camp, James David, Cameron Campbell, Darryl Glenn, Arlington Campbell, Lucien Benton, San Antonio Campbell, Nancy Jo, Houston Campise, Marie Theresa, Hearne Canales, Gus Thomas, Premont Caperton, Bobby Wayne, Marlin Caraway, James Robert, Houston Carl, Nola Mai, New Braunfels Carlson, Steve Gardner, Houston Carnahan, Richard Henry, San Antonio Carpenter, Kelly Wilson, Texas City Carr, Richard Pendleton, Jr., San Antonio Carrodus, Thomas Robert, Silver Spring, Md. Carroll, Jane Logan, Lake Jackson Cattleman, Kenneth Randolph, Bogata Castor, Ralph Johnson, Jr., Houston Causey, George Gerald, Waco Cauthorn, Alice, Del Rio Cauthorn, Tommy Drew, Del Rio Caven, H. Scott, Houston Cezeaux, Marie Louise, Houston Chadick, Carol Ann, Quitman Chamberlin, Mary Anne, Austin Chandler, James Albert, Houston Chandler, John Emmett, Houston Chappell, David F., Fort Worth Charendoff, Samuel Jonah, Houston Chartoff, Joe, Lubbock Cheek, Carol Ann, Dallas Chernosky, Lillian Carol, Dallas Childs, Roxy Anne, Abilene Choice, William Herschel, Houston Chrisco, James D., Port Lavaca Clark, Anne, Seguin Clark, Forrest Hines, Freeport Clark, George Edward, Breckenridge Clarke, Ellen Martha, Lufkin Clary, Ralph Willis, Cisco Clemmer, James Ray, Silverton Coffey, Timothy Michael, Fort Worth Cohen, Josephine Maxine, Cuero Coker, Carolyn Ruth, Houston Coker, Carolyn Sue, Austin Cole, Carolyn Kay, Midland Cole, Richard Ray, Forney Colgrove, Dianne Elaine, Midland Collier, Frankie Marie, Fort Worth Collier, Howard Ernest, Sulphur Springs Collins, Michael Bruce, Midland Collum, Charles Ray, Dallas Combest, Alice Margaret, Fort Worth Combs, Frances Kay, Dallas Comiskey, Frank, Houston Conaway, Bryan Ray, Marshall Conway, Sally Leigh, San Antonio Pag. 110 Davenport, David Thomas, Dallas Davidson, Joseph Michael, Terrell Davis, Bernie Rodney, Paducah Davis, Chester McLean, Jr., Houston Davis, James G., Wichita Falls Davis, John Thomas, Waco Davis, Oliver Monroe, Jr., Palestine Davis, Rebecca Ruth, Ballinger Davis, Robert Earl, Harlingen Davis, Ronald David, Houston Day, Nancy Linda, San Antonio Dear, Michael Banks, Palestine Deaver, Donald Richard, Memphis Delaune, Anne Carol, Lake Jackson Dement, Willetta, Austin Denison, Judy Carolyn, Dallas de Synek, Margaret Marie, Lake Charles, La. DeWitt, David Gordon, Austin Dial, David Hombs, Palestine Dick, Charles Britton, Rockport Dickinson, Terry Daniel, Del Rio Dickinson, Wilson Gordon, Amarillo Dietz, Sandra Marie, Fredericksburg Dietz, Virginia Lee, Fort Worth Dildy, Kathleen Bethea, Austin Dilworth, Collett, Austin DiNino, Dinah Jane, Austin Dittman, Carolyn Kay, Baytown Dixon, Ronald Lee, San Antonio Dobbs, Curtis Edward, Dallas Dodson, Daniel Baldwin, San Antonio Dodson, James William, Pittsburgh, Pa. Douglas, Sue Annette, Dallas Douglass, Susan, El Campo Dove, Catherine Elizabeth, San Antonio Dove, Grace Elizabeth, Midland Dow, Gary Wayne, Tyler Doyle, Mary Elizabeth, Weimar Drake, Judith Carol, Corpus Christ! Driscoll, Alice Ann, Austin Driscoll, John Jay, Jr., Galveston Drosche, Keith Dee, Austin Drumwright, Henry Sterling, Cisco Duckett, Faye, El Campo DuCroz, Charles Lawrence, Brazoria Duderstadt, Katye Jo, Kerrville Dueger, Mary Stuart, Baytown Dugan, Richard Walker, Edinburg Dugat, James Marvin, Portland CLASS OF 1 964 Cooper, Anne, Alice Cooper, James Gary, Port Neches Cooper, Marianne, Beaumont Cooper, Terry Jack, Tyler Cope, Jo Ann, Dallas Cope, John Robert, San Angelo Copeland, James Earle, Abilene Copeland, Oliver Preston, San Antonio Copeland, Patricia Ann, Dallas Cory, Carol Ann, San Antonio Costilow, Jan Durant, Alice Cotellesse, David Peter, Alexandria, Va. Gotten, Marion Gayle, Andrews Cowan, Carol Marie, Houston Cowey, Douglas Byers, Austin Cowper, Jane Carolyn, Big Spring Cox, Don Dwight, Medley Craig, Robert M., Houston Craig, William Allan, Houston Crawford, Emily Josephine, Austin Crawford, Freda Ruth, Austin Crews, James Robert, Santa Anna Crist, Linda Kay, Florence Crofts, Corrie Ann, Johnson City Croom, Archie Melton, Houston Cross, Martin Joseph, San Antonio Crow, Patricia Marshall, Brownsville Crowell, Carole Sue, San Antonio Culwell, Rodney, Olton Cunningham, Aline LaFaye, Austin Curlee, Billy Dumas, Mathis Curlee, Sara Jo, Sour Lake Curtis, Sherry Dee, Pasadena Cuthrell, Jack Dies, Austin Cutler, Phillip Stephen, Houston Daily, Diane Louise, Galveston Dalton, Dewey M., Dallas Dalton, Donald Michael, Houston Dancer, Mary Eleanor, Pearsall Daniel, Jean Houston, Austin Daniels, Bruce Ruff, San Antonio Darling, Jessica Royece, Houston Irrl r l -4 I - J f T I- ' J Page 111 FRESHMEN Duke, James Henry, Jr., McAllen Dunagan, Jerry Mac, Fort Worth Duncan, Mary Elizabeth, Sweeny Dunlap, Cecilia, Dallas Dunlap, Susan, Dallas Dunn, David Aden, Orange Dunnam, Mary Kathryn, Port Lavaca Duprez, Carolyn Louise, Austin Durbin, Carolyn Kay, Houston Eads, Carol Jane, Austin Earhart, Wilmer Dean, Waco Earle, Ronald D., Fort ' Worth Early, C. Fielding, Brownwood Earnest, Carole Sue, Midland Eason, William Dudley, Greenville Easter, Michael Mays, Sealy Easterwood, Charles Deward, Snyder Eaton, Emily Jane, Dallas Eaton, Michael David, Littlefield Ebest, Bonnie Annie Laurie, San Antonio Eddins, Dana Beaird, Bryan Edelman, Sharon, Lufkin Edmiston, Sharon Dianne, Floydada Edwards, Benny Eugene, Big Spring Eidman, Rose Mary, Brownsville Eisenstein, Ann Fridel, San Antonio Elledge, George Jarome, Corpus Chrisli Ellis, Neal Rayburn, Levelland Emmert, Susan Virginia, Houston Emmett, Joseph Charles, Dallas Endicott, Antoinette M., Texas City Engelke, Joyce Elaine, Seguin England, Hardy Hudson, Dallas Ephraim, Rosemary, Denver, Colo. Epstein, Arthur Joe, Dallas Estes, David Elbert, Sherman Estroff, Harris I., Lakeland, Fla. Evans, Melba Louise, Houston Evans, Rand Boyd, Baytown Evans, Sandra, Groesbeck Ewing, Mary Anne, Phillips Faickney, Mary Ann, Angleton , " 41k Fain, Robert Nathan, Nacogdoches Farley, Vernon Paul, Dallas Farmer, Florence Jean, Fort Worth Faseler, Roberta Ann, Hondo Faulk, Nena Sandra, Kermit Faulkner, Thomas Frederick, Austin Fehr, Kilian Walter, Austin Fein, Harlyn Ruth, Little Rock, Ark. Feingold, Pearl, San Antonio Feinstein, Terry Joan, Houston Felps, Riley Lee, Marble Falls Felts, Bobby Gerald, Honey Grove Fenoglio, William Henry, Jr., Houston Fenton, Susan Aldrich, Midland Fergus, James Theron, Jr., Abilene Ferguson, Gay, Dallas Ferguson, Peggy Jean, Taft Fermier, Robert Paul, Houston Fernandez, Judye Anne, Texas City Feuer, Ellen Kay, Havre, Mont. Fields, Rodger Hollis, Edinburg Fikes, Richard Earl, San Antonio Files, Elizabeth Anne, Houston Finkelstein, Glenda Ann, Pampa Finlay, Thomas Larry, Fife Fischer, Nyla Kay, Giddings Fiser, Margaret Anne, San Antonio Fish, Suzanne, Electra Fisher, Fred Hulen, Clarksville Fisher, Stonewall Jackson, San Antonio Fitch, Julia Ann, Eagle Pass Fitzgerald, Sandra Kay, Caldwell Flaitz, Jane, Houston Flatow, Marc Sigmund, Houston Flatten, Daniel Vincent, San Antonio Flavin, Harry Meade, Houston Fleming, Carol Kaye, Austin Fleming, Nancye Anne, Houston Fleming, Suzanne, Arlington Fletcher, Jimmy Ray, Garland Flinn, Michael Louise, Austin Fojtasek, David Stanley, Fort Worth Ford, Kenneth Wayne, Brazoria Foreman, Will Mulkey, lockhart Foster, David Edwin, Palestine Foster, Sandra Elizabeth, Longview Fowler, Mack Humbert, Austin Fowler, Thomas Haskell, Clarksville France, Mary Frances, Sulphur Springs fay, 11 J CLASS OF 1 964 Francis, Eugenia, Longview Frankland, Andy Edwin, Anahuac Franklin, Charles Robert, Dallas Frantz, Carol Louise, Austin Franz, Bonnie Ruth, Midland Freeman, Charles Harold, Grand Prairie Freeman, Suzanne, Kermit French, Kathleen, Woodsboro Frenkil, Helena Rebecca, Hempstead Frick, Patricia Lou, Kingsville Friery, Wanda Lee, Houston Furlow, Jimmy Harold, San Antonio Fuson, Elisabeth Gail, Houston Futhey, Vicki Carole, Corpus Christ! Galbreath, William James, Houston Galeener, Judye Ann, Houston Galvan, Jose, AAercedes Gamez, George L., San Antonio Gardner, Elizabeth Ann, Pasadena Garner, James Bealt, Crockett Garnett, Wesley Harold, Jr., Spearman Garrett, Ben Bryan, Jr., Tyler Garrett, William Donald, Floydada Garrison, Homer, III, Austin Gass, Brenda Kay, Goree Gauntt, Jimmy Dan, Athens Gay, Linda Lee, Richardson Gee, Mayling, Houston Geller, Norma Elaine, El Paso Gershon, Sherry Ann, Kansas City, AAo. Gibbons, Harry Wayne, San Antonio Gibbs, Barbara Lynn, College Station Gibson, James William, Dallas Gibson, Jerry Allen, Midland Gifford, Troy Amos, Abilene Gilbert, Yvette Roberta, Laredo Gilreath, Judith Dianne, El Paso Glass, Thomas W., Odessa Glazbrook, Ed Pettus, Alice Goecke, John Robert, Houston Goff, Virginia Guinn, Angleton Goldberg, Elida Michele, Laredo Goldin, Judith Ann, Houston Goldman, Ronald Jay, Fort Worth Goldsmith, Donna Lynn, Oklahoma City, Okla. Goldsmith, Larry Wayne, Dallas Gomez, Rosario, Hebbronville Gomez, Ruben Richard, Corpus Christi Gordon, Glenda Lea, Damon Cranberry, William Robert, Corpus Christi Grass, Dennis LeRoy, Houston Graves, Glenn Richard, Dallas Graves, Thomas Cody, Goldthwaite Gray, John Frederick, Dallas Green, Carl, Jr., Austin Greenhill, Joe Robert, Jr., Austin Greenman, Robert Leon, Fort Worth Gribble, Gretchen Elizabeth, Lufkin Grillo, Suzanne Dolores, Rosenberg Gross, Beckie Lou, Galena Park Gross, Robert Franklin, Groom Groves, Tommy Leon, Freeport Gruschkus, Gerhard, Dallas Gsell, James Nelson, Houston Guenzel, Stephanie Gay, Houston Gustafson, Karen Lucille, Galveston Guynes, Steve Joe, Grand Prairie Hafford, Thomas Derroll, Waco Haggard, Norma Ruth, Dallas Hajovsky, Adolph George, Caldwell Hallmark, Sandra Gayle, Austin Hamilton, Henry Kendall, Houston Hamilton, Moody, Sugar Land Hamilton, Sylvia, Bowie Hammett, James Virgil, Jr., Lampasas Hancken, Kaaren Ann, Beaumont Haney, Lucie Renee, Dallas Hanks, Nancy Carolyn, Houston Hannan, Jack Mannering, Garland Harbison, Dale Ralph, Houston Harbordt, Charles Michael, Nacogdoches Hardee, Roger Bryant, Midland Hardy, Judson James, Galena Park Hardy, Lana Susan, Marshall Hargrove, Burnell, Rotan Harper, Robert Edward, Dallas Harrell, Robert Lee, Fort Worth Harrington, Cordelia Carol, Austin Harris, Cyria Dell, Angleton Harris, John William, Jr., San Antonio Harris, Joseph Wilmon, San Antonio I Page 113 FRESHMEN Harrison, William Clyde, Dallas Harry, Barbara Sue, Freeporl Hart, Billy Myers, Hawkins Hart, Bobby Don, Leander Hart, Howard Stanley, Dallas Harty, Martha Gayle, Austin Harvey, Linda Ruth, Dallas Harvey. Ralph Christian, Wichita Falls Harwell, Sharon Frances, Dallas Haskett, Floyd Arthur, Jr., Katy Hatchett, Susan Phillips, Houston Hathcox, Bill Jack. II, Sulphur Springs Hatter, Ha Dee, Austin Haught, Kenneth Leroy, Jr., Snyder Haun, Mary Terry, Fort Worth Hawkes, Darrell Thomas, Vanderbilt Hawley, Joe Rosser, Dallas Head, Boyce Paul, longview Meaner, Kathleen Diane, Houston Heard, Louise Jessamine, Winston Salem, N. C. Heath, David Garrison, Fort Worth Heaton. Charles William, Seguin Hedge, Carol Ann, Henderson Hedges, Jon Anne, Houston Hedgpeth, Donald Ray, Banquete Hedrick, Jo Ann, Houston Heffington, Ann Reed, Austin Helms, Sarah Jackson, Dallas Henderson, Carroll Forrest, Tyler Henderson, Frank Fitch, San Antonio Hendricks, Carolyn Jo, Dallas Hennings, Karin Ann, Groves Henson, Kenneth Hayes, Houston Henson, Martha Faye, Texas City Herman, Gary Allen, Fort Worth Herman, Morton Lee, Fort Worth Herring, John Anthony, Vernon Hesse, Cherie Sandra, Fort Worth Hicks, George Randall, Dallas Hicks, Helen, Dallas Higgins, Patrick O., Austin Hill, James A., Austin Hilliard, Betty Ann, Arlington Hinds, Georganne Elaine, Houston Hitt, Steven David, Midland Hodge, Byron Wilson, Del Rio Hoerster, Samuel August, III, Austin Hoese, Doug Fielding, San Antonio Hofheinz, Dene, Houston Holder, Charlotte Anne, Wichita Falls Holland, David C., Beaumont Holland, Martha Moudy, Stamford Holland, Owen Bryan, Galveston Holloway, William Guy, II, Laredo Holmes, Ginalu, Lubbock Holmes, William W., Odessa Holmgreen, George Lee, San Antonio Holsomback, Thomas Newton, Baytown Holt, Anita Louise, Spearman Holt, Roger Dale, Nacogdoches Hooper, Charlotte Louise, Metairie, La. Hooten, Jeran Joe, Austin Hopkins, Virginia Kay, Pampa Hopper, Janet Lynn, Houston Hopson, Patricia Claire, Denton Hornsby, Ann Grace, San Antonio Hotchkiss, Charles Antony, Wichita Falls Houchins, Janell Annette, Pasadena Houston, Helen Elizabeth, Kilgore Howe, Bonnie Virginia, Beaumont Howell, Joseph Sharber, Grand Prairie Hubbard, Arthur Spencer, Brady Hubbard, James Harrison, Fort Worth Huckabay, Linda Kay, Eastland Hudgens, Patric Dean, Houston Hudlow, Marsha O ' Day, Hot Springs, Ark. Hudson, Joe Travis, Jr., Madisonville Hudspeth, John Harvey, Atlanta Hudspeth, Robert Boyd, Houston Hueter, Harvey H., Houston Hughes, Betty Karon, Houston Hughes, Danny Joe, Palestine Hughes, John Winston, Tyler Hughes, Nancy Elizabeth, Midland Hughes, Suzanne Jane, Brownsville Hugo, Kathryn Alice, Dilley Hunt, Beverley Deane, San Antonio Hunt, Glenda Margaret, Austin Hunt, Janet Ann, Pasadena Hunt, Janet Claire, Baytown Hunter, Elizabeth, Washington, D. C. ' og. 114 Jones, Lloyd Edward, Jr., Dallas Jones, Sarah Anne, Houston Jones, William Elton, II, Fort Worth Jopling, Jan, Paris Jordan, George Walter, Corpus Christ! Jordan, Richard Larry, Austin Josephson, Barbara llene, Snyder Kaderli, H. Hilton, Jr., Midland Kahn, Mary Jane, Houston Kainer, Joan Elaine, El Campo Kaplan, Michael Charles, Dallas Karotkin, Linda Ann, San Antonio Kasman, Annette Sharon, Bay City Katz, Jerry Paul, Fort Worth Katz, Loyce Ann, Amarillo Kaufman, Karen Sue, Beaumont Kboudi, Joseph, San Antonio Keasler, Michael Edward, Grand Prairie Keeney, Cynthia Ann, San Angelo Keenom, Janis Larue, Waxahachie Kelfer, Marsha Lynn, San Antonio Kellam, Carolyn Cage, Austin Kelley, Virgie David, III, Houston Kendall, Elizabeth Ann, Wichita Falls Kendrick, John Burton, Denton Kennedy, Nancy Barbara, Coleman Kennedy, William Alvis, Palestine Keown, Patricia Jean, Corpus Christi Kern, Carolyn Alexandria, McAllen Kern, Margaret Faye, Houston Kerns, Bobbie Estelle, Dallas Kidder, Ethel Ann, Austin King, Judith Ann, Austin King, Raymond Lindley, Carrollton King, Thomas Wayne, Gonzales Kinney, Larry L., Dallas Kirchner, John Edward, Pasadena Kirchner, Owen R., Del Rio Klein, Ina Rae, Houston Kleinman, Barry Marshall, San Angelo Kleir, Nancy Ann, Houston Kline, Phyllis Ann, San Antonio Klumpp, Jon Byron, Falfurrias Knapp, Valerie Gayle, Alamo Knebel, Ralph Werner, Austin Knight, Bette Camille, Houston Knolle, A. W., Sandia Knudson, Kathryn Sue, Hamilton Koehler, Bonnie Merle, Longview CLASS OF 1 964 Hunter, Victoria Lee, Fort Worth Hurley, James Edward, Port Arthur Hurst, Cheri Kimberley, Longview Hurt, Barbara Katherine, Seguin Huston, Mary Wayne, Cisco Huston, Patricia Gilmer, Houston Hutcheson, Tom Lee, Athens Hutchison, John Atkins, III, Abilene Hyman, Everett Lloyd, Beaumont Hyman, Linda Nell, San Antonio lng,.Reta Jane, Waco Ingram, Lana Jean, Palestine Irvin, Donald Ray, Houston Isaacks, Sharon Gail, Ingleside Jackson, James Walter, Wichita Falls Jackson, Judy Clare, Austin Jacob, Kenneth Ray, Austin Jacobsen, Gary Allan, Sulphur Springs Jacoby, Ann Elizabeth, Houston James, Carlton Thomas, Houston James, Joan Elaine, San Antonio Janecek, Dorothy Jane, San Antonio Janecek, Sally Ann, San Antonio Janssen, Amelia Mary, La Grange Jarratt, Weldon David, Brownwood Jarrott, Sandra Elizabeth, Woodville John, James Anthony, Brownsville Johnson, Armead Howard, Waco Johnson, Diana Dale, Dallas Johnson, Hariadene, Waco Johnson, Jo Anne, Dallas Johnson, Larry Lee, Dallas Johnston, Leona Helen, Dallas Jones, Alice Claire, Sonora Jones, Alma Virginia, Dallas Jones, Barbara Ann, Arlington, Va. Jones, Carlton Roy, Houston Jones, Ford Chalon, Nacogdoches Jones, Gary Dwayne, Wichita Falls Jones, Henry Murry, Houston Jones, Jack B., Jr., Del Rio Jones, James Robert, Galena Park Page 115 FRESHMEN Kogutt, Marvin Stuart, Bay City Kolliker, Katherine Kevin, El Paso Konig, Sandra Rochelle, Houston Kovar, Dennis Gene, Taylor Kreiter, Anna Lee, Groves Krevis, Nancy Alec, Dallas Kucera, Johnnie lee, Rosenberg Kunkel, Barbara Jean, Stamford, Conn. Kunz, Joann Yvonne, Galveston LaBauve, Arnold Arthur, Houston Lacy, Sandra Kaye, Port Arthur Laird, Julia Rebeccah, Arlington Laird, Nickie lee, Fort Worth Lake, Robert Stephen, Fort Worth Lambdin, Nina Ann, Austin lammert, Lois Nell, Meridian Lamon, Emily Ann, San Antonio Lancaster, Lana Claude, Hamlin Land, Linda Sue, Baytown Landers, James Rayburn, Longview Landers, Patricia Ann, Texas City landers, Robert Wilson, Hondo Landry, Matthew Andrew, Jr., San Antonio Lanier, Jeffrey Day, New Boston Lanier, Judith Ann, Houston lansford, Bennie Dale, Houston Last, Carole Jean, Beaumont Latham, Alice Murtha, Lake Jackson Latham, Sally Kay, Amarillo laughrun, Larry Frazier, Galveston Launey, George Volney, Ml, Dallas Lawrence, Judith Faye, Dallas Leaffer, Marshall Allin, Fort Worth Leatherbury, John Raymond, Jr., Fort Worth Lebel, Sue Ann, Dallas Lee, James Travis, Jr., Munday lee, Nancy Camelia, Bryan lee, Ronnie Hugh, Wichita Falls Lee, Tom Kuo, San Antonio leeper, Charles Stevenson, Midland Lehr, Sally Anne, Bryan LeMaster, Carolyn Phyllis, Longview TO fM AkJ.J A A r D llA 0J1MJ tfffc ! Prtq n tTx AS,A n Lemons, Nina Lou, Tyler Lenker, John Luther, Jr., Houston LeNoir, Mayrene Louise, Dallas Lentz, Kay Lane, Victoria lentz, Linda Louise, Victoria Leonard, Phillip Allen, San Antonio Leopold, Henry Barton, San Antonio LeSueur, Mary Hardeman, Austin Leverett, Marion, Overton levin, Susan Ellen, Gary, Ind. levine, David Lawrence, Des Moines, Iowa Lewis, Lester Lee, Jr., Bay City Lewis, Sidney Powell, Houston lewis, Terry Wayne, Big Spring Lichtenstein, Frank Hart, Jr., San Antonio Lightizer, Karen, Del Rio Limbaugh, Harry Jackson, Jr., Hearne Lindsey, Charles Wilson, Fort Worth Lindsey, Jefferson Franklin, III, Austin Linnett, Carl David, Pasadena Liss. Victoria Shalva, Houston little, William Lynn, Winters Littmann, Nancy Elizabeth, Galveston Lobdell, Kathie Louise, Dallas Locheed, Edward Wilson, Jr., Houston Lockridge, William Belles, Houston Loeb, Betty, Sweetwater Loehman, Nancy Virginia, San Antonio Logan, Ethel Elizabeth. San Antonio loney, Linda Ann, Austin Lopez, John T . Harlingen Lord, Joel Vance, Midland Love, Sandra Paul, Dallas Lovell. Frances Cart, McAllen Lovett, Gary Allen, Amarillo Loving, Patricia Stewart, Austin Lowe, David Charles, San Antonio Lowe, Michael Lyddell, Dickenson Loyd, Delia Jessamine, Houston ludecke, Lloyd William, Jr., McAllen Luedeker, Betty Jo, Waco lutz, Charles Arthur, Odessa Lynch, Jean Ann, Bryan lynch, Jerryl McWayne, Great Falls, Mont. Lynn, Rochelle, Dallas Maass, Mary Ann, Hillsboro MacKeen, Ralph Clive, Texas City Maedgen, Bryan James, Abilene Mohan. Iris Coylene, leesville Fog 116 CLASS OF 1 964 Mahone, Lillian Marie, San Antonio Maier, Linda Jo, Houston AAalick, Kathleen Diane, Houston Mamantov, Igor, Dallas Manford, Joyce Melvin, Austin Mann, Richard Bartlett, San Angelo Marks, Rudolf, Brownsville Marsh, Elizabeth Swann, Tyler Marshall, Alice Ann, Austin Marshall, Robert John, Temple Marshall, Tommy Nolan, Houston Martin, Bennett Franklin, Dallas Martin, Elois Gerene, Austin Martin, Gordon David, Beaumont Martin, John Bingham, McKinney Martin, Kay Ruth, Alvin Martin, Larry Harrell, Angleton Martin, Laura Ann, Richardson Martin, Tommy Wayne, Lufkin Martinak, Jeanne, Dallas Mash, James Murphy, Andrews Mason, Keith Garnett, Midland Mason, Wilson Kee, Beaumont Massingill, Joyce Evelyn, Houston Masters, William James, San Antonio Matela, Frank Joseph, Houston Matheny, Susan, Tyler Mathews, Jyme Adene, Austin Matthews, Allie Page, Houston Matthews, Janey Raye, Pasadena Matthews, John Francis, Brownwood Mauk, Suzanne, Houston Maxcy, Beverly Ruth, Dallas May, Mary Martha, Longview May, Norma Elaine, Jasper, Ala. Mays, Etta Jean, Houston Mays, Howard Wright, Austin McAdams, Linda Ruth, Waxahachie McAuley, John Wylie, Jr., Longview McBeth, Richard Mason, Snyder McCammon, Dunya Katalina, San Angelo McCandless, Marilyn, San Antonio McCaughan, Ellen Jeanne, Corpus Christ! McClain, Linda Carol, Beaumont McClendon, Anne Datton, Tyler McCollough, Randa Nell, Panhandle McConachie, Charles Robert, Austin McCrummen, Robert Wroe, Austin McCutchin, Pat Winston, Mesquite McDaniel, Linda Bragg, San Antonio McDaniel, William Michael, Pampa McDougal, Fain, Jr., Cuero McDowell, James Melville, Dallas McElhone, Don H., Las Vegas, Nev. McElrath, Jo Beth, Brazoria McGee, Judith Kay, Hereford McGee, Pamela Dilys, Green Bay, Wis. McHalton, Johnny Tabor, Bellaire Mclntyre, Mary Jean, Austin Mclntyre, William S., IV, Navasota McJunkin, Alva Sue, Cuero McKay, Valentine Loreste, Austin McLemore, Wayne Lee, Houston McMordie, Frank Douglas, Fort Worth McMurtry, Sadie Lou, Graham McNeil, Laura Elizabeth, Houston McPherson, Linda Lee, Wichita Falls Mead, Linda Nell, Mineola Meadows, Herbert Eaves, Dallas Meadows, Robert Darrell, Conro e Medina, Connie Jo, Austin Medina, Maria Elinor, Austin Medlin, Matie Belle, Houston Melcher, Mary Belle, Port Lavaca Melton, James Ronald, Jr., Dallas Melton, Marilyn, Houston Melton, Thomas June, Midland Mendlovitz, Kay Lynn, New Braunfels Mendlovitz, Sharlynn, New Braunfels Merriman, Jeannette, Throckmorton Merriman, Rachel Cornelia, Houston Merritt, Mary Evelyn, Dallas Meyers, Pamela Ann, McAllen Michel, Gladene, Houston Middleton, Sally, San Antonio Miller, Alfred Lee, Dallas Miller, Judith Willaine, Burkeville Miller, Louie, III, Wheeler A.F.B., Hawaii Miller, Mabel Kathleen, San Antonio Miller, Robert Benson, San Antonio Miller, Tana Mae, Baytown Page 117 FRESHMEN Miller, William Fowler, Longview Willigan, Linda Ruth, Austin Mills, Linda Kathryn, Rockport Millwee, Diana, Dallas Milne, Terry Dale, Tokyo, Japan Mings, Laura Jayne, Gladewater Minter, Walter Ray, Freeport Misko, Fred M., Jr., Dallas Mitchell, Barbara Jean, Houston Mitchell, Beverly Marie, Dallas Mitchell, Sara Jane, Houston Mizell, Michael Allison, Texarkana Mobley, Elizabeth Victoria, Houston Moerls. Karen Lee, Mineral Wells Mohr, Jacob William, Jr., Rochelle Moncrief, Richard Wesley, Fort Worth Monk, Rose Marie, Abilene Montgomery. Barbara, Fort Worth Moody, Jenny Ann, Del Rio Moody, Judith Jane, Austin Moore, Benton Hill, Jefferson Moore, Carolyn Poole, Austin Moore, Celia lanell, Caldwell Moore, James Blaine, La Porte Moore, Kathleen Fenley, Houston Moore, Lynn Marie, San Antonio Moore, Marilyn Jean, Texarkana Moore, Robert Millard, Liberty Moore, Sabra Ann, Dallas Moore, Susan Claire, Dallas Moore, Wallace Everett, San Antonio Morgan, Ann, lake Jackson Morgan, Joseph Franklin, J.ewisville Morgan, Zane Ann, Seguin Morris, Joe Ed, Jacksonville Morrison, Emmett Leigh, Jr., Brownsville Morrow, Kay Lynn, Baytown Moseley, Pat, Houston Moses, Mary Virginia, Austin Mosher, Sandra Lynn, Pasadena Mothner, Marilyn Carol, Kansas City, Mo. Mueller, George Ann, La Marque r p,f)r ..fejLMtik U ( i H f . sO . tt El OH n Art ft afik4 ' ; A . J Muesse, Barbara Nell, La Marque Muller, Sidney Bernard, Tomball Munn, William Hugh, Midland Murrell, Susan Zemma, Houston Muska, James Thomas, Hallettsville Musselman, Jo Lynne, San Antonio Napier, Jack Raymond, II, Angleton Neal, Margaret Allene, Houston Neff, Karen Kay, San Angelo Neidigk, Lester Dale, Tomball Nelle, Betty Ann, Austin Nelson, Ben, Jr., Randolph A.F.B. Nelson, David Albert, Texarkana Nelson, F. Alan, Houston Nelson, Joanne, Fort Worth Nelson, Lois Nell, San Antonio Nelson, Roberta Jean, Houston Nelson, Virginia Alma, Midland Nesbit, Linda Kay, Mesquite Nester, Charles Roudebush, Canyon Nevola, Karen Lynn, Dallas Newberry, James Noles, Levelland Newbury, Curtis Robinson, Dallas Newell, Francis Kay, Houston Newell, Lillian Frances, Tyler Newman, Dwain Lawson, Odessa Newman, Nancy Jo, Houston Newton, Charles Lacy, Vanderbilt Newton, Charles Thomas, Austin Newton, Cynthia Beach, San Antonio Newton, Thomas James, Corpus Christ! Nix, H. Keith, Richardson Nockolds, Coleman, Houston Nolen, Mary Nell, Bellaire Nolle, Nancy Carolyn, Sour Lake Norris, Frances Ann, Houston Norwood, John Vickers, Livingston Norwood, Mary Elizabeth, Waco Norwood, Nell, Rosenberg Nowlin, Robert David, Dallas Nussbaum, Frances Ann, Galveston Oberpriller, Donna Faye, Houston O ' Dell, Thomas Carlton, Fort Worth Oestrvich, Rodney Ray, Fredricksburg Oliver, Rebecca Ann, Dallas Orr, M. Jean, Bertram Orson, Judith Anne, Midland Overcash, Joan Louise, Dallas Owens, Jerroll Dennis, Waxahachie Pog 111 CLASS OF 1 964 Owens, Karen Kay, Austin Oxspring, Harry Hollis, Houston Pacey, Russell H., Jr., Charlotte Paganini, Jane Irene, Austin Painter, Lynda F., Fort Worth Palmer, Charlene, Port Arthur Palmer, Mary Inez, Conroe Park, Terry Jon, Houston Parker, John William, Nacogdoches Parker, L. Riley, Austin Parks, Joseph Henry, Houston Parnell, Gerald Britton, Richardson Parten, George Jesse, III, Garland Passmore, Paul Ray, Dallas Patrick, Martha Elaine, Garland Patrick, Paula Lee, Midland Patton, Gayle Ross, Agua Dulce Patton, Marianna, San Antonio Patton, Michael Lawner, Beaumont Payne, Banyan Wyle, III, Ho uston Pearlman, Bennett Seymour, Houston Pechacek, Patsy Ann, Houston Penner, Don Nell, Freeport Pennington, Elaine, Athens Perel, Robert Paul, Victoria Perkins, Carlton Edward, Alice Perlitz, Mary Anne, Silsbee Perry, Bruce, Plainview Persful, Bobby Rae, Dallas Peters, Mervin Dansby, Bryan Peters, Patricia Marie, Seymour Petteway, Billy Mack, Lamesa Petty, Roy Franklin, Putnam Pfannkuche, Tony, Austin Pfeiffer, Harriet Ann, Galveston Pfeiffer, Leonard Michael, Lockhart Phillips, Charles Talmadge, Lake Jackson Phillips, Farrell Jan, Pasadena Phillips, Judith Ellen, San Angelo Phillips, Kay Marie, Waco Phillips, Mary Margaret, Harlingen Phillips, Ronald Duane, Pasadena Phillips, William Ernest, Houston Pierce, Herbert Eugene, Longview Pierce, Jerry Edward, Brownwood Pilcher, Carol Ann, Bellaire Pinkerton, Sandra Jane, Brownsville Pinto, Ben Michael, Houston Pippin, John Walter, San Angelo Pittman, Charles Raymond, Midland Pittman, Samuel Strobel, Houston Pledger, Cindy Ann, Beaumont Plummer, Robert Patrick, Beaumont Pond, Edith Jane, Bryan Porter, Mary Erin, Mathis Poteet, David Bertrand, Sugar Land Potts, Dinah Lu, Austin Pounds, Donnie, Austin Powell, Karen Eileen, La Marque Powell, Phyllis Dianne, New Boston Presley, Norman Kittrell, Jr., Woodsboro Preston, Anita Louise, San Antonio Price, Linda Sue, Amarillo Price, Lou Ann, Lake Charles, La. Pridgen, William Hill, San Antonio Procter, Pennye Lucille, Lafayette, La. Pruitt, Martha Lynn, Longview Puckett, Allen Key, Dallas Pulliam, Linda Sue, Houston Purnell, Mary, Richardson Puzin, Michelle Alice, Houston Quandt, Joyce Ann, Marlin Raffaelli, Idalee, Texarkana Ragain, Tolbert Hugh, Houston Ragle, Betty Ann, Dallas Railsback, Charles Hickman, Levelland Rainosek, Jackalyn, Odessa Ramsdell, James Franklin, Marble Falls Ramsey, Ann Marie, Dallas Ranen, Carole Joy, Atlanta, Ga. Raney, Lawrence Alexander, Bellaire Ransdell, Rebecca Anne, Dallas Raschke, Lynne Marie, Fort Worth Rashti, Robert Aaron, Fort Worth Ratcliff, Joe Manning, Waco Raulston, Saundra Dean, Dallas Ravel, Phyllis Susan, Austin Ray, Allen Cobble, Rusk Raymond, Linda Jean, Austin Rea, Sandra Kay, Lake Jackson Reavis, Mary Beth, Wichita Falls Page 119 FRESHMEN Redfield. Sarah Ann, Austin Reeb, Irene Louise, Corpus Christ! Reed, Mary Ann, Port Arthur Reedy, Linda Sue, Austin Reese, Sandra Sue, Austin Rehler, Kenneth James, San Antonio Rein, Sandra Jean, Houston Rendon, Richard Marcelino, Victoria Repass, Rex Lee, Dallas Reynolds, Georgia Numsen, Houston Reynolds, Joseph, Dallas Reynolds, Robert Dayvault, Glen Flora Reynolds, Suzanne Lee, Dallas Rhemann, Mae Dell Ann, Brookshire Richards, Bonnie Jane, Dallas Richards, Floyd Wesley, Jr., Amarillo Richards, William Jenkins, Fort Worth Richardson, Hazel Jane, Austin Richie, Janice Sharyn, San Antonio Ricketts, Joellyn, Dallas Riddle, Merla Lew, Mount Pleasant Ridley, Kay, Houston Rife, Jack Lynn, Graham Rinard, Stephen Meade, Breckenridge Rink, Janet Louise, San Antonio Ripple, Henry Elvin, Jr., Taylor Ritchie, Marvin Boyd, Houston Rittenberry, James Robert, Amarillo Roark, Don Weldon, Houston Roark, Wanda Louise, Nacogdoches Roberts, James Edward, Houston Robin, Sheila Gay, Houston Robinson, Alma Louise, Beaumont Robinson, Carol Jane, Orange Robinson, Don Roger, Jasper Robinson, George Michael, San Antonio Robinson, Linda Lankford, McKinney Rodeck, Billie Claire, Houston Rodgers, Bonnie Elaine, Fort Worth Rodnite, Vincent Joseph, San Antonio Rogers, Jerry Lynn, Duncanville Rogers, Lewis Harold, Naples h. Rohde, David Frank, Houston Rohmer, Betty Lee, San Antonio Rooke, Michael Ray, Fort Worth Roscher, Barbara Ann, Austin Rosenbloom, Sue Ellen, Houston Ross, Bob Allen, Austin Ross, Sara Ann, Corsicana Rothell, Henry H., Jr., Austin Rouse, Marilyn, Austin Royle, William Calvin, Lufkin Rubin, Jack David, Fort Worth Rudder, Margaret Anne, College Station Rudes, Terri Beth, San Antonio Rudolph, Frances Lee, Coleman Rule, Anita Faye, Dallas Rumback, Elizabeth Jane, long Beach, Calif. Rundell, Sherill Dee, San Antonio Rush, Susan Jane, Pasadena Russell, Evelyn Joyce, Weslaco Russell, Glenadine, Kilgore Russell, Rosemary, Austin Rutledge, Clark Raymond, Dallas Ryan, Dianne P., Pasadena Ryan, Johnnye Jan, Seguin Ryder, Emrys Ann, Austin Sadler, James Gordon, II, Midland Saenz, Delia Rebecca, Harlingen St. Clair, William C, Midland Sallee, Frank Mackinder, II, Houston Samuels, Mary Sheila, Houston Sanders, Carroll Eugene, Denison Sanders, Martha Ann, Houston Sanders, Sandra Ann, Pasadena Sanford, Marion, Jr., Lubbock Sanner, Judith Ann, Houston Sartain, John Boaz, Dallas Satterwhite, Sandra Gayle, longview Sauer, Dana Joyce, Waco Sayles, James Henry, Abilene Schaefer, Grace Carleen, Newport News, V . Schaefer, Henry Philip, Schulenburg Schaffrter, Rodney Brent, Houston Scharlack, Susan Beth, San Antonio Schilthuis, John Charles, Houston Schmidt, Jimmy Douglas, Houston Schnell, Jeffrey Paul, Groves Schoch, John Bond. Dallas Scholl, Russell Charles. Jr.. Bellaire Schultz, Curtis Bronson, Austin rag 120 4 .v ' J Skutca, Patricia Ann, Blessing Slaughter, George Owen, Jr., Austin Smart, John David, Palestine Smartt, Sharron Elizabeth, Seabrook Smith, Alen Reed, Houston Smith, Cecil Sidney, San Antonio Smith, Harold Altus, Jr., Houston Smith, Horace Vernon, Jr., Houston Smith, James Reilly, Houston Smith, Jay Dickey, Baytown Smith, Johnny Marvin, Abilene Smith, Mary Kay, Houston Smith, Nelson King, Houston Smith, Pamela Brooke, Austin Smith, Roy Bascom, McAllen Smith, Sandra Bruce, Cameron Smith, Sharon E., Dallas Smith, Stephen Vaughan, Temple Smith, Terry Lynne, Austin Smith, Venita Gail, Greenville Smither, Isabell, Houston Smylie, Marshall McWilliams, Dallas Smyre, Stacey Harl, Baytown Snell, James Quay, Houston Solbrig, Meridel, New Braunfels Solomon, Kay Carlton, Marshall South, Barbara Elizabeth, San Antonio South, David Michael, Midland Spanel, Mary Virginia, Houston Spencer, Patricia Ann, Bellaire Spinks, Mary Cornelia, Houston Sporn, Sandra Ann, Houston Spraggins, Alvin Cecil, Dallas Springer, Bettye Anna, El Paso Sproul, Joe Frank, Fort Davis Spuhler, Michael Wayne, Baytown Stanford, Johnny Jack, Cleveland Stanley, Jay Richard, Dallas Stansbury, Allen Craig, Cotati, Calif. Stark, Charles Richard, Austin Stark, Glenda, Garland Starnes, Jerry Charles, Fort Worth Starnes, Kenneth Deen, Jr., Dallas Starrett, Hugh Jonathan, Irving Startzell, Barbara Ann, Corpus Christi Stein, Edward John, Galveston Stein, Myra Elise, Birmingham, Ala. Steinhauser, Linda Wheat, Austin Stelzer, Tyann, Houston CLASS OF 1964 Schwade, Karen Jill, Dallas Schwertner, Sally Jo, Schwertner Schwiening, Jean Ellen, Sonora Scott, Jim Clifford, Pampa Scruggs, Edward Dean, Houston Seale, Jayne Denise, La Marque Sealy, Martha Elizabeth, Fort Worth See, Robert Fleming, Jr., Dallas Seffel, Joel Stanley, New Braunfels Self, Mary Carolyn, Abilene Senkevitch, Anatole, Jr., Austin Senouillet, Jacqueline Jeanne, Houston Serrano, Jo Ann, Galveston Setzer, Winston Keith, Nederland Sewell, Nathan Jeanne, Houston Shanklin, John Lymond, Port Aransas Shannon, Karen Lee, La Feria Shannon, Sue Ann, Houston Shelby, David Martin, Gonzales Shields, Charles Nelson, Houston Shigley, Elizabeth Pringle, Lake Jackson Shinn, Robert Wayne, Kingsville Shook, Phil Hart, San Antonio Shoptaw, Cynthia Lee, Dallas Shropshire, Jacqueline, Austin Shuford, Laura Ann, Austin Shuller, Walter Warren, Austin Shults, Mary Leslie, Dallas Sicinski, Joseph Lee, Houston Silberman, Maura Phyllis, Houston Sillin, Ruth Marie, Pasadena Silverman, Barry Lee, Longview Silverstein, Merle Nita, Houston Simmons, Douglas MacArthur, Austin Simmons, Sylvia Elaine, Keller Simons, Paul Stephen, Austin Simons, Weslynn Maryann, Harlingen Sims, Alva Ray, Houston Sims, Kathryn Patricia, Houston Singer, Maida, Fort Worth Sivek, Siegmund Raymond, Lancaster Skor, Arnold Barry, Dallas FRESHMEN Stenzel, Nicholia Ann, Houston Stephens, Ann Evelyn, Henderson Stephenson, Carolyn Jay, Galveston Stern, Larry Nolan, Fort Worth Stern, Pepi Ann, Houston Stevens, David Fuller, Dallas Steves, Savanna, Bay City Stewart, David Arthur, Newton Stich, Howard lee, II, San Antonio Stilwell, Richard Burl, Houston Stockard, Sue, Houston Stockwell, William Richard, Jr., San Antonio Stolz, Cynthia Dell, Houston Stone, Harriette Beth, Dallas Stone, Margaret Cathcart, Amarillo Stone, Sally Kyle, Houston Story, Nan Baker, Arlington Stowell, Kenna Janelle, Houston Strack, Martha Clive, Beaumont Straus, Glenn Jackson, Dallas Strauss, Mary Helen, Houston Strauss, Neil B., Houston Stribling, Mary (Catherine, Houston Strieber, Mamie Helen, Yorktown Strom, Carol lavon, Snyder Strozier, Lucijane, San Antonio Strube, Mary Sue, Fort Worth Stubblefield, Barbara Georgene, Palacios Sucke, John Howard, III, Austin Sullins, K. Steve, Littlefield Summers, Judith Rae, Dallas Sufton, Julie Ann, San Antonio Sutton, Miles Stephen, Palestine Sutton, Richard Hylton, Jr., Dallas Swanson, Ellin Carol, Houston Swayze, Jim Morgan, Amarillo Sweeney, Mary Sandra, Brownsville Swenson, Helen Bea, Austin Swift, Nancy Lou, Wichita Falls Swigart, Silvia Leoma, San Antonio Switzer, Wayne Virgil, Houston Tackett, Richard Louis, Rusk Tant, Robert Lee, Cranfills Gap Tatham, Ronald Lee, Levelland Taub, Betty Jean, Waco Tausch, Egon Richard, Austin Taylor, Allan Glenn, Austin Taylor, Barbara Ann, Beaumont Taylor, Carole June, Dallas Taylor, Helen Sandra, Midland Taylor, Joe Samuel, Jr., State College, Pa. Taylor, John Edward, Juno Taylor, Sally Foster, Nacogdoches Teague, William Arthur, Houston Tedford, Gary Eugene, Garland Teper, Patricia Ann, St. Louis, Mo. Terry, Shirley Ann, Big Spring Thames, Garland Eugene, Sweeny Thieme, Julie, San Benito Thomas, J. Howell, Texas City Thomas, Mary Helen, Austin Thompson, Carolyn Sue, Houston Thompson, Dorothy, Amarillo Thompson, Harriet Kincaid, McKinney Thomson, Betty Lou, Corpus Christi Thorn, Gordon Lee, Jr., Dallas Thornburn, Janet Florine, Big Spring Thornton, Patricia Lois, McCamey Thrasher, Rebecca Mary, Austin Throgmorton, Mary Lucille, Bellaire Ticknor, Janet Gillam, Fort Worth Tillitt, Gregory Dean, San Antonio Tims, Lowry Lamar, Jr., Cleveland, Miss. Tipps, Martha, Wichita Falls Tips, Jan Margaret, San Antonio Toborg, Mary Alice, San Antonio Todd, Josephine, Houston Tomlinson, Carole Edyna, Houston Tomlinson, John Henry, Dallas Tope, Stasia Ann, Houston Topek, Marsha Lynn, Houston Torres, J. Ivan, Guayaquil, Ecuador Toub, Beverly Jacquelin, El Paso Towntend, Joiie M., Fort Worth fog. 127 f CLASS OF 1 964 Townsend, William Normie, Anahuac Tramp, Mary Ellen, Galveston Trevino, Samuel, III, Mission Trimble, Susan Carter, Orange Trobaugh, Kenneth Wolfe, Midland Trubenbach, Marilyn Elayne, Dallas Tuck, Oliver Powell, San Antonio Tucker, Judy, Austin Turbiville, Frances Eugenia, Llano Turk, Carolyn June, Bryan Turner, Nancy Jo, Houston Turlington, Coylene, Austin Tuttle, William Kelley, III, Dallas Uhr, William Thomas, Fort Worth Ullrich, Sheila Diane, Houston Vaccaro, Lawrence Frank, Jr., Stafford Van Aken, Carolyn Jean, Corpus Christ! Vance, Jacquelyn, Texas City Vance, Joan Gayle, Houston Vance, Lyle Reed, Corpus Christi Van Duzee, Ralph Kniss, Midland Van Gorder, Richard James, Fort Worth Vaughan, John Herschel, Weatherford Vaughan, Suzanne, Houston Vaughn, Sandra Lee, Corpus Christi Veros, Barbara Ann, Wichita Falls Vickich, Marie Grace, Galveston Villarreal, Ruth Maxine, Austin Villarreal, Victor Xavier, Eagle Pass Viner, Mary Sue, San Antonio Voight, Jane Ramsey, Houston Voigt, Robert Thomas, San Antonio Volozin, Elaine Robin, Memphis, Tenn. Vowell, Linda Gay, Fort Worth Wachsmuth, Robert William, Port Neches Waggoner, Robert Lee, Longview Walden, James Vernon, Austin Waldrop, Luann, Oklahoma City, Okla. Walker, Betty Lea, Houston Walker, Jeraldine Theresa, Denison Walker, Joe Eldon, Seymour Walker, Lou Ann, Dallas Walker, Virgil Ronald, Port Lavaca Wall, Judy Ann, Austin Wallace, Ruth Kathryn, Dallas Wallin, Milton Norris, Brady Walters, Lila Ruth, San Antonio Wansley, Teresa Rae, Austin Ward, Samuel Lynn, Galveston Ward, Sandra, Shiner Ward, Sandra Jean, Dallas Ward, William Caswell, Austin Warner, James Barry, Newton Warren, Julia Ann, Austin Warren, Nancy Lee, Houston Wasicek, David Lloyd, Wallis Watkins, John William J., Washington, D. C. Watkins, Vicki June, Perryton Watson, David Colquitt, Stanton Walters, Penney Lee, Houston Watts, Robert Graham, Jr., San Antonio Wayne, Helaine L., Bellaire Weathers, Pamela Ruth, Houston Weaver, Leah Ann, Orange Weaver, Nancy Nell, Longview Webb, Rita Kay, Gatesville Weda, Kenneth Allen, Austin Weedman, Joyce Jane, Dallas Weilbacher, Joan, San Antonio Weiner, Bette Kay, Omaha, Nebr. Weinheimer, Mary Ann, El Campo Weinstock, Sandra A., Miami Beach, Fla. Wellman, Patricia Ann, Texas City Wells, Sally Anne, Dallas Wells, Walter Clark, Bellaire Welsh, Patty Julia, Houston Welsh, Thomas Neal, Fort Worth Weltman, Rosalind Sylvia, Corpus Christi Wennerstrom, John Robert, Houston Werner, Christina Ann, Wichita Falls Wesley, John Victor, Beaumont Westbrook, Jay Lawrence, San Antonio Westerlage, Juanita Ray, La Marque Westhoff, Kathryn Leroyce, Edna Page 123 FRESHMEN Weston, (Catherine Kennedy, Beaumont Westwood, Raymond Mikel, San Antonio Wharton, Carol Louise, El Paso Whatley, Donald Lynn, Lewisville Wheeler, Paula, Georgetown Wheeler, Rebecca Ann, Winnsboro Whiles, Harold Oliver, Midland White, Elizabeth Winter, Houston White, Glen Morris, Dallas White, James G., Jr., Houston White, Judy Ann, Houston White, Leo Horace, Austin White, Philip Campbell, Houston White, Robert Allen, Fort Worth White, Robert Rankin, Jackson, Ala. Whiting, Elmer Herschel, III, Texas City Whitley, June Carolyn, Palacios Whiften, Jerry Wayne, Dallas Whitten, Perry Dwayne, Dallas Wiggins, Carolyn Sue, Austin Wiggins, Frank Joseph, Midland Wilbourne, David Garner, Richardson Wilder, Diane Hunt, Austin Wilk, Michael Stephen, Lu bbock Wilkie, Sue Ann, Baytown Wilkinson, Alice Anne, Houston Wilkinson, Emily Watson, Houston Wilkinson, Ethel Rae, Longview Williams, Dan B , Fort Worth Williams, Janell Sue, Beaumont Williams, Jeanne Keith, Dallas Williams, June Margie, El Dorado Williams, Marsha Frances, Tyler Williams, Michelle Ann, Austin Williams, Richard Samuel, Pecos Williams, Robert Erwin, Port Isabella Williams, Robert Kincaid, Dallas Williams, Robert Wright, Austin Williams, Royce Lee, Lockhart Willis, Pegi Ann, Tomball Wilson, Carole Ann, Houston Wilson, Catherine Jane, Lubbock nipi . _ - l 3f s tfff TifjFl J - . Wilson, James Michael, Fort Worth Wilson, Janet Milliard, Kerrville Wilson, Nancy Louise, Houston Wilson, Rabun Thomas, III, Austin Windrum, Clelia Lisette, Houston Winn, Charles Carr, Fort Worth Winn, Thomas Taylor, San Antonio Wise, Carol Ann, Lake Charles, la. Wiser, Charles Wilburn, Houston Witt, Robert Wayne, Sweerwater Wofford, Billy Jake, lockney Wofford, Carolyn Ann, Temple Wofford, Jane Marie, Austin Wolf, Rebecca Jo, Austin Womack, Suzanne, San Antonio Wood, Anna Leslie, San Augustine Wood, Jon Winfred, Piano Wood, Larry Martin, Richards Wood, Thomas Russell, Wichita Falls Woodall, Joe Ned, Sherman Woods, John Cordell, Dallas Woods, Paul Michael, Crowley Woodul. Layton Zant, Lamesa Woodward, Anne, Wichita Falls Worley, Jackie Thomas, San Juan Worthley, Gary Thomas, Houston Wright, Cynthia Lou, San Antonio Wright, Joan, Houston Wuntch, Nancy, Dallas Wyatt, Joseph Peyton, Jr., Bloomington Wynne, Robert Louthan, Houston Wyss, Ann, Austin Yates, William George. Jr., Wichita Falls Youens, Carolyn, Columbus Young, John Henry, Austin Younger, Carolyn Sue, Austin Ziegler, Peggy Ann, Weatherford Zimmerman, Charlotte Ann, Cuero Zimmerman, Marianne Louise, Guilford College. N. C. Zotler, Louise Rochelle, Skidmorc Zorh, Virgil Leroy, Houston Zwernemann, Don H., Houston 124 ' HONORARY, PROFESSIONAL i ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVIC Page 125 ALPHA EPSILON DELTA OFFICERS President MELVIN RAY PLATT Vice-President JUDITH ANN HARRIS Secretory ROBERT HAMILTON SMAIIEY Treasurer DUDLEY DAVENPORT JONES Reporter WILLIAM EDWARD MCCALEB, III Historian JANICE KAY DURR Faculty Advisor MARSHALL R. WHEELS Lawrence Norborn Alexander David S. Allsek Howard Michael Arno Alfred Bernard Brady, Jr. Joe Edward Blumentritt Rambie Le Briggs Richard Cohen Rex Walton Cole George Walter Cook Rosemary Corner Joe Helen Cronenberger Marshall Drue Denton Janice Kay Durr Tolbert Porter Edwards Evalea Glanges Thomas Richard Grammer MEMBERS Judith Ann Harris Michael Spellman Harris Dudley Davenport Jones Charles Ritchie Kuhn John Sloan Leonard, Jr. Travis Ward Locklear Peter M. Loeb Harvard Lee McBrayer, Jr. William Edward McCaleb, Robert Hughes Millwee John Darrell Nelson Constance Sue Patts J. Frank Pinkner Melvin Ray Platt Joe Thomas Powell Charles S. Arnold Alan Paul Bloebaum James Richard Boatright Susan Lind Bowen Gerald Stephen Cyprus James William Decherd Ronald David Eastman William Madison Furrh Don Hatchett Ralph Joseph Henderson, Jr. FALL AND SPRING INITIATES James Furniss Hood Jeffrey Day Lanier John Parry Lauzon, Jr. Jerry Spruce Lehmann Linda Ruth Loveless Brian Douglas Lowery Allan Jay Maierson Jerry Richard Meyers William Keith Miles Glen Alvin Milligan Robert Henry Ray Harry Moore Rogers Steven John Senevey Robert Hamilton Smalley Quintin James Smith Gabor Antal Szalontay Edwin Jackson Taegel Doreen Nelson Tenney John Butler Terrell, Jr. Delber Boyce Turner Robert Hendrick Turner Barry Wayne Uhr Robert Elliot White James T. Willerson Wesley Sam Wise Wilbur Gene Murff Elizabeth Fay Robertson Philip Marion Sharp Allan Jarrell Soffar Ciro Valent Sumaya Saul G. Trevino Theron Karman Weatherby Stewart Earle Wiegand Susan Woodbridge Wilson Daniel Suen Wu ALPHA EPSILON DELTA is the national honorary pre-medical society which has as its aims the binding to- gether of students with the same interests, the encouragement of scholastic excellence in pre-medical and pre- dental work, the crystallization of any movement for the good of the student and the bridging of the gap be- tween students and the medical and dental schools. To be eligible, a student must have a personality suitable for medical work, must have maintained an average of 2.00 grade points in at least 45 hours of work, 15 of which must be taken at the University. The students must also possess those qualities which will make them outstanding physicians and dentists in the future. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA was founded at the University of Alabama in 1926, and established at The University of Texas in 1929. Pog. 126 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Fall NANCY ELLEN THRIFT. SUSAN CHAPPELL FORD. . . . SANDRA GAYLE ANDERSON . HELEN MARGARET FLINN. . OFFICERS . . . . President Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Historian . . . . . Faculty Sponsor . Spring . .ANN CONNOR BROWN . PHILENA JANE MORTON . .ELIZABETH ANNE FILES . .MARTHA CATHEY BAKER .HELEN MARGARET FLINN Sandra Gayle Anderson Sharon Lee Anderson Nancy Jane Ashley Gretchen Elizabeth Blackmon Nancy Ann Booth Salty Jo Bowmer Molly Frances Brasher Sally Belle Brockschmidt Barbara Lynn Brittain Jorene Elizabeth Buckley Charna Etta Bulba Jan Burkhart Linda Lee Burke Susan Lee Campbell Anne H. Cannon Judith Chapman Michall Jane Collon Evelyn Olene Cope Barbara Sue Daily Donna Rebecca Davidson Claire Dene Dennis Dorothy Louise Downs Carolyn Draeger Rose G. Elliott Elizabeth Wilbourn Erksen Nina Frances Faulkner Susan Chappell Ford Sara Phyllis Goode Valerie Lynn Gross Marilyn Blackstone Margrave MEMBERS Laura Lee Hargis Elizabeth Ann Hargrove Bobbie Ann Harper Lynda Lea Harper Rebecca Jo Hashop Linda Lois Heath Roberta Sue Hintz Barbara Kay Hopson Mary Katherine Johnson Proebe Joyce Margaret Helen Juniper Sandra Jo Karm Martha Joyce Keppler Ethlyn Arnold Kuhn Jeanelle La Motte Linda Ruth Loveless Mary Arnette Laughter Susan Lowrance Beatrice Ann Luther Gail Elizabeth Mackey Dorothy Jane Martin Beatrice Evangeline Marko Shirley Ann Masinter Judith Ann Maxwell Gwendolyn V. Mayfield Peggy Jean McClain Mary Janet McClendon Bobbie Jo McCollum Ann McGuffin Renee Lydia Merrem Nancy Newton Caroline Olson Sharon Eileen Ott Mary Josephine Parker Jane Henrietta Ramsey Esther Mary Roberts Frances Ronshausen Sara Ann Sanborn Elva Ann Schietinger Judith Emily Schleyer Irene Ann Schneider Anna Lee Scofield Ann Selecman Marjorie Lee Stansfield Maureen Jane Stedifor Nona Marie Strange Edna Frances Terry Sara Jo Thompson Nancy Ellen Thrift Constance Claire Todd Barbara Jean Tosch Donna Kay Townsend Marna Susan Tucker Carolyn Ann Tull Jeanine Ann Watson Sara Katherine Wells Jo Ann Marie Wessels Linda Ann White Judith Elaine Willenborg Carol Jane Wilson Susan Woodridge Wilson Nancy C. Abel Carol Louise Adams Cathy Lee Adelman Jane Ann Baethe Martha Cathey Baker Susan Reed Baker Elizabeth Alice Becker Carolyn Kathryn Benton Linda Helene Berger Martha Jean Bozarth Ann Connor Brown Jeanne Wray Brown Jane Logan Carroll Lynne Emory Castle Carolyn Sue Coker Jo Ann Cope Aline LaFaye Cunningham Helen Pauline D ' Albergo Diane M. Dodson Mary Elizabeth Doyle Carolyn Farmer Elizabeth Ann Files Janice Galle PLEDGES Sharon Kaye George Joanna Glanges Billie Kathleen Goodwin Carole Jean Gorhan Ann Reed Heffington Mary Wayne Huston Amelia Mary Janssen Jan Jopling Lila Ernestine Jordan Laura Jeanne Kassos Carolyn Cage Kellam Judith Ann Lanier Mary Louise Lehmann Marian Leverett Frankie Ruth Lewis Sandra Paul Love Alice Ann Marshall Carol Ann May Valentine Loreste McKay Kenny Sue Mills Philena Jane Morton Lois Nell Nelson Patricia M. Peters Rebecca Ann Phillips Marilyn Janelle Preusse Caroline Quebe Rebecca Anne Ransdell Esther Ritz Janet Earline Shaw Ruth Ann Short Martina Dickson Smith Mary Virginia Spanel Mary Cornelia Spinks Jane Ellis Stevens Katherine Roberta Stewart Susan Marie Strickland Claire Janet Timmons Jan M. Tips Mary Alice Toborg Linda Gay Vowell Gail Walker Lila Ruth Walters Teresa Ann Webb Patricia Ann Wellman Carol Louise Wharton Annice Lorene White Peggy Ann Ziegler ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA provides stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship among first-year women at The University of Texas and encourages further high scholastic attainment throughout the remainder of their University life. Freshman women maintaining a grade average of 2.5 in fifteen semester hours or 3.0 in twelve semester hours during their first semester, or a grade average of 2.5 in thirty hours are eligible for mem- bership. Page 127 BETA ALPHA PSI OFFICERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary . Treasurer , Faculty Vice-President W. M. Aikman John B. Allred Clark Walter Breeding Ernest Coley Breeding Walter C. Burer C. H. Cadenhead Gay Carroll C. H. Cavness E. Lynn Crossley Marquis G. Eaton Walter R. Flack Hershel M. Anderson Jim G. Ashburne Ben B. Barr Earl Dean Bennett leo Guy Blackstock Franklin Lanier Cox Alvin Ray Bates Carl Braubach Lucia Sun Chang Rex Beach Cruse, Jr. William Chaplain Dent Kenneth Brien Dodds Ellen McAngus Ezell Etelka Schmidt Ferguson George Weldon Graham Barbara Elaine Haegelin John Ragland Harrison Milton Bryan Healer HUGH RICHARD MOTLEY .JOHN RAYMOND JORDAN, JR. . . . . BRUCE WALTER ROBERSON CARL BRAUBACH . .CHARLES WALLACE TAYLOR William Frank Comiskey James H. Conklin Dorothy Lea Cramer Kirby Carl Fortenberry Robert Donald Forrester Maggie H. Fountain Alvin Joseph Golden Fred Brydia Griffin Robert Earl Gurwitz Sandra Kay Heiligman Karol Jo Kallina HONORARY MEMBERS I. M. Fleck Robert J. Hibbitts John Raymond Jordan Tom W. Leland Homer I. Luther O. H. Maschek R. L. McVey Clifton H. Morris Bouldin S. Mothershead John Ralph Mulvey FACULTY MEMBERS Frank D. Graydon Robert Lee Grinaker William Henry Hoffman, Jr. Francis Barns May George Hillis Newlove Robert E. Seiler MEMBERS James Francis Hill John Raymond Jordan, Jr. Robert Dalton Kelly Virginia Lynn Lucas Phillip Lee Mann Franklin W. Maresh Harvey Ray Mitchell Hugh Richard Motley Robert D. Myers Roxana Proctor Bruce Walter Roberson Phillip Daniel Rogers INITIATES Harry Harland Krieiel Thresa Irene Leddon John Richard Lemmon Jerry Annette Marrou Douglas Bowman McCulley William M. Meriwether Ivan A. Oden William B. Phillips Walter Lee Pike James Thomas Nash Curtis D. Reed Jay A. Phillips Robert L. Phinney Hatcher A. Pickens Ralph W. Rager Earl F. Snow Arthur C. Upledger M. E. Webb Frank L. Wilcox W. Charles Woodard Velda Viola Woods C. Aubrey Smith Burnard H. Sord Charles Wallace Taylor Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Charles Theodore Zlatkovich Allen Gerald Schick Jim Allison Smith Bruce Arnold Spacek Gene Stoever Roger David Swaim George William Swain Thomas Jefferson Taylor, III Charles Edward Troell John Irvin Whiteley Marilynn Griffith Winborne Robert B. Zaboroski Albert J. Resnicek Henry A. Sauer Brenda Faye Schultze Garland Ray Shelton John Henry Shine Jose Leoncio Silva Gary L. Thurman Charles B. Titus William Louis Wayne Austin Prentiss Young BETA ALPHA PSI, honorary and professional accounting fraternity, strives to promote the study of accounting according to the highest ethical standards, to encourage fraternal relations between professional men, instructors, and students. To develop moral, scholastic, and professional attainments of its members. Students who have completed six semester hours of advanced accounting with at least a 2.0 grade point aver- age in advanced accounting and all other courses completed at The University of Texas are eligible for membership. BETA ALPHA PSI was founded at the University of Illinois in 1919, and the Theta Chapter was founded on the University campus in 1924. Pag. 121 BETA GAMMA SIGMA Fall EDWARD WILLIAM CUNDIFF. DOROTHY AYRES EDMUND CLAYTON LYNCH . . OFFICERS Spring .... President AARON HAMILTON CHUTE . . V ce-Pres denf DOROTHY AYRES Secretary-Treasurer EDMUND CLAYTON LYNCH William Clayton Lester Lum Colvert R. Clifton Andersen Hershel AA. Anderson Jim G. Ashburne Joseph Kenneth Bailey Luther Lee Bailey William Hubert Baughn John Strock Bickley Jack William Cashin Aaron Hamilton Chute Alonzo B. Cox Franklin Lanier Cox Edward William Cundiff George Ellis Deshon James Clay Dolley Dorothy Ayres Lester Loyd Edmonds, Jr. Norma Jean Anderson Verna Rae Bacon Perry Oscar Barber, Jr. Odd-Erik Bjarre Jerrold C. Bjork James B. Bower Grady Dyson Bruce, Jr. Arthur Benton Cocanougher Grace Evelyn Coltrin Alfred G. Dale Dale R. Dodson Ellen McAngus Ezell Linda L. Fields HONORARY MEMBERS Henry H. Dewar A. G. McNeese, Jr. FACULTY MEMBERS J. Anderson Fitzgerald Charles Taylor Gandy Virginia Ruth Huntington James Rudolph Kay George Philip Kazen Elizabeth Lanham Ross W. Lowell Edmund Clayton Lynch Francis Barns May George Hillis Newlove Lou Anne Parsons Charles Lee Prather Henderson Glenn Ross Robert E. Seller ADMINISTRATIVE MEMBERS Arthur J. Edwards Maebess Edwy Matthews STUDENT MEMBERS William E. Griffith Roger C. Henderson Arnold Seals Hooks, Jr. Don J. Jackson Pattye Jayne Kiecke Hilmar H. Kuebel, Jr. Hector A. LeBeau, Jr. Richard Donald Lichtwardt Ross W. Lovell Seth Allen Lowther Harvey R. Mitchell, Jr. John Turner O ' Banion, Jr. H. J. Stark Gus Wortham C. Aubrey Smith Everett Grant Smith Burnard H. Sord William Robert Spriegel Harry Walter Stephenson, Jr. John R. Stockton Robert W. Strain Charles Wallace Taylor David Caldow Townsend Ernest W. Walker Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Erich Walter Zimmermann Charles Theodore Zlatkovich Edwin Werner Olle Charles Herman Sparenberg Bruce Walter Roberson Robert Roy Robertson, Jr. Richard D. Sanders Allen Gerald Schick Estelle S. Schieffer William Henry Shireman, Jr. Marvel Ann Skaggs Thomas Jefferson Taylor, III Linda Jean Thompson Maxine Yvonne Thomson David John Webster Bernard J. Wichlep minting ructors, it aver- ier$hip ' on the To encourage and reward scholarship and to foster high ideals in business, are the purposes of BETA GAMMA SIGMA, the national honorary scholastic business administration fraternity. Members of the senior class whose scholarship is sufficiently high to rank them in the upper ten percent of their class are eligible for election, and in addition, juniors in the upper four percent of their class may be chosen in the last semester of their junior year. The activities of BETA GAMMA SIGMA include recognition of students who graduate with honors, selecting the outstanding freshman and sophomore students for scholarship awards on the basis of grades. Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1907, BETA GAMMA SIGMA came to the University campus as the Alpha chapter in 1922. Page 129 CHI EPSILON OFFICERS Fall HENRY W. SCHLATTNER President RICHARD LEE TUCKER Vice-Presidenf DON HENRY JOHNSON Secretary ROBERT CARITON WELCH Treasurer ROBERT EARL SMITH Associate Editor of the Transit . LYMON CLIFTON REESE , Faculty Sponsor Howard T. Tellepsen Leland Barclay William Earl Barker Raymond Fillmore Dawson Werner William Dornberger Bill Gorton Eppes Phil Moss Ferguson John Arnold Focht Zuheir Yousef Alami Duryl Middleton Bailey James D. Dannenbaum Jon Edwin Ferguson David Wayne Fowler Lawrence Ray Green W. Kenneth Hicks Clark Kern Huff Robert I. Carr, Jr. Wen Fa Chang Maurice Ray Harlan Boulos Eid Kefay Robert Edward Magers HONORARY MEMBERS FACULTY MEMBERS Earnest Frederick Gloyna Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle Joe Overton Ledbetter Hudson Matlock Banks McLaurin Walter L. Moore Carl William Morgan MEMBERS Don Henry Johnson Richard Newton Lane, Jr. Richard Gill Leard Robert Leonard Lytton Carl Albert Nentwich John W. Pettijohn Tom Davidson Reynolds FALL PLEDGES Marvin Rod Martin Thomas Oran Neely SPRING PLEDGES Mansour Bahram Nikkhah Richard Wilson Furlong, Faculty Spring .CARL ALBERT NENTWICH . .DAVID WAYNE FOWLER . . .THOMAS ORAN NEELY . JAMES ALBERT SAYLORS . . . ROBERT HYDE TONETTI . . LYMON CLIFTON REESE J. C. Dingwall Lymon Clifton Reese Eugene Arman Ripperger Glen E. Rockwell Ernest William Steel J. Neils Thompson A. Anthony Toprac Robert Davis Turpin James Albert Saylors Henry W. Schlattner Robert Earl Smith Donald McLean Stodart Richard Lee Tucker Francis Xavier Waldo Robert Carlton Welch Stanley Paul Sauer Robert Hyde Tonetti Franklin Beaumont Johnson, Faculty Carlisle Maxwell The purpose of CHI EPSILON is to place a mark of distinction on those Civil and Architectural Engineers who have distinguished themselves by high scholastic records and personal leadership. Character, scholarship, practicality, and sociability are the four principles which form a basis for the selection of members. Membership in this national honor society is limited to those senior and junior students who have main- tained high scholastic averages. ray, 130 ETA KAPPA NU Fall FRANKLIN UDOLPH WILLIAMS. MAGNE KRISTIANSEN CHARLES FLOYD GEORGE, JR.. DAVID GRISSOM JERRY D. ERWIN EDWIN CARL LOWENBERG. . OFFICERS President . . . . V ce-Presidenf . . . . . Recording Secretary . . Corresponding Secrefary Treasurer . . . Faculty Advisor .... Charles F. Cole, Jr. Williams Charles Duesterho eft, Jr. Samuel J. Dwyer Burns Newman Gafford Robert Fonda Gribble William H. Hartwig Michael E. Austin Robert AA. Barksdale Robert Austin Bell Cecil Roberts Coale, Jr. Doyle Lynn Davis Raymond Best Allen Ben Clyde Barker, Jr. Richard Saunders Barton Tommy Howard Bass Robert A. Bond George Strickland Briggs Robert S. Briggs, Jr. Edward Lee Cousins John Morgan Eargle George A. Emmons Jerry D. Erwin Otto Marvin Friedrich, Jr. Daniel Graham Galloway Kenneth Eugene Builta William Harold Carter George Lafayette Cardwell, III Reginald Wayne Clark Harold James Denton Allen Gail Findeisen Floyd Edward Franka FACULTY MEMBERS Elmer L. Hixson George Hamilton Hopkins, Jr. Roy Rankin Krezdorn Alfred Hall LaGrone Edwin Carl Lowenberg GRADUATE MEMBERS T. S. Edrington Ralph Herman Genz James Elton Keele Clay McFarland, II UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS Grosvenor Howard Garnett Charles Floyd George, Jr. David Grissom Samir A. Hassan Clovis Ray Hale Charles Gary Heliums Don Dale Isett Magne Kristiansen Gayle Patrick Martin Paul Joseph Martin Henry Richard Mitchell Roger Neubauer SPRING INITIATES Jimmy Gene Garner Thomas Gray Godfrey Ernest Miller Gosch Carleton William Heller Jack Keith Hickman Joe Maria Ramos, Jr. Lyndon Hayward Robinson, Jr. Spring .CHARLES FLOYD GEORGE, JR. . . BEN GARLAND STREETMAN .STEVENS DAVID RAMSEY, JR. .DANIEL GRAHAM GALLOWAY LEE CHARLES THOMAS ..EDWIN CARL LOWENBERG Charles Ellis McCullough Harold Wood Smith Richard Thomas Smith Archie Waugh Straiton Robert W. Warner William Alfred Youngblood Kenneth Lee Oehler D. A. Streater Arnold Joseph Tucker Franklin Udolph Williams Donald K. Norling Stevens David Ramsey, Jr. Robert Maurice Riley James Hugh Seamon Ben Garland Streetman Robert William Swango Lee Charles Thomas Arthur Donald Travis Alton Wayne Whitney Robert Marshall Wilson Henry K. Woodward Darrell Roy Wood Eugene Schaefer Arthur Edward Schulze Everett Gregor Smith Fred S. Stockbauer Roy Leslie Sullivan, II Joe Mayer Victor Ronald Leon Whitney ; r ' The purposes of ETA KAPPA NU are to stimulate and reward high scholarship among electrical engineering students; to serve as an integrating and motivating force in electrical engineering departments of colleges; to serve the engineering division and college at large; to aid members after graduation; to foster closer co-operation and bring mutual benefits to students, teachers, and others in the profession; and to advance the profession by con- tributing services of lasting value. ETA KAPPA NU elects its members from the male students of the junior and senior classes pursuing courses that lead to a bachelor ' s or equivalent degree in electrical engineering. Unimpeachable character and undoubted ability as evidenced by scholarship is required. The Texas Chapter of ETA KAPPA NU was founded in 1928. The University of Illinois was the site of the national founding in 1904. Page 131 FRIARS OFFICERS Fall KENNETH RAY FARABEE Abbof . JOSEPH HENRY PECK, JR Scrivener WILLIAM NEAL KOCUREK. . Almoner Charles T. Clark William A. Cunningham Gus AA. Hodges Leroy Jeffers Robert Wayne Kenny FACULTY MEMBERS Wales H. Madden, Jr. Joe Malik, Jr. Calvin Cleave Nolen Arno Nowotny MEMBERS Bert Bently Adkins, Jr. Harley Ray Clark Frank Cloud Cooksey Kenneth Ray Farabee William Cook Fielder Robert Cameron Hightower John Raymond Jordan, Jr. FALL INITIATES Oliver Barr McClellan SPRING INITIATES Spring . . . .JOSEPH HENRY PECK, JR. OLIVER BARR MCCLELLAN .JOHN RAYMOND JORDAN, JR. Edwin Werner Olle John G. Steele A. M. G. Swenson Ben West James Fred Hofheinz Ettore H. F. Infante William Neal Kocurek Robert Elton Mims Joseph Henry Peck, Jr. Ralph Allison Shoberg George Philip Kazen Paul David Couch John Milton Crawford, Jr. James Denny Dannenbaum Charles Robert Neblett Laurence Samuel Johnson, Jr. Robert Leonard Lytton William Douglas Matthews Maurice Samuel Olian THE FRIAR SOCIETY confers the honor of membership upon the twelve or less most eligible men chosen from each senior class or higher. The FRIAR SOCIETY was founded at the University in 1911. Pog. 132 OMEGA CHI EPSILON Fall RAMSEY WAYNE FARLEY HARRY GORDON HARRIS, JR. . DELBERT MAX OTTMERS, JR. . , CHIEN CHI Li . . Everett L. Adams James Rush Brock William A. Cunningham David M. Himmelblau Clarence Eugene Anderson Neil Sheldon Berman Eugene Thomas Beynon, Jr. Finis E. Carleton, Ml James Edward Davis Ramsey Wayne Farley Ralph Tillman Ferrell Donald Neal Fletcher William Reavis Gardner Donald James Haase Gregg Alan Harris Harry Gordon Harris, Jr. Richard Swain Cassidy William Ernest Gattis Russell Killian Gibbs, Jr. James Wayne Hall OFFICERS Spring . . President DELBERT MAX OTTMERS, JR. Vice-President EUGENE THOMAS BEYNON, JR. . . Secretary RICHARD FORD JACKSON . Treasurer . . . ROBERT A. HERMES FACULTY MEMBERS John J. McKetta, Jr. Howard F. Rase Robert S. Schechter Eugene P. Schoch MEMBERS Douglas Patrick Harrison Robert A. Hermes Cheng Chien Hsu Richard Ford Jackson William Robert Klingman Babur M. Kocatas Billy Vaughn Koen Chien Chi Li Charles Emil Loeffler Robert Nelson MacCallum James Thomas Mitchell Douglas Hamilton Moorhead SPRING PLEDGES William Leonard Hopper Carroll Wendell Lanier Eugene Warren McWhorter Robert Louis Rester Matthew Van Winkle E. Joseph Weiss Eugene H. Wissler Martin Portis Moreland Leaton Thomas Oliver Delbert Max Ottmers, Jr. Robert William Stephenson Lewis Hardeman Steves Yeih-Ping Tang Van Wayne Teeters Anthony M. Truchard Jui Chung Wang Paul Edward Wilhelm Carl Leslie Williams, Jr. Lewis Chinsun Yen Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr. Charles Eldred Stap p Ramesh Thadani from OMEGA CHI EPSILON is the national honorary fraternity for junior and senior chemical engineering students with a high academic standing and a good character. OMEGA CHI EPSILON was founded at the University of Illinois in 1931 and established at the University in 1941. Poge 133 OMICRON NU Fall MARY KATHERINE HUFF. ANN ELIZABETH MORRIS MARY MAINZ ALICE VIRGINIA HUFFINGTON. FRANCES ANN SEELKE OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . Editor . Dorothy Fehlis Aycock Sarah Jane Ayers Billie Bishop Davenport Margaret Anne Eppright Ann Marie Erickson Abby Marie Carter Susan Marling Dawkins Mary Katherine Huff Alice Virginia Huffington Mary Mainz Susan Elizabeth Adams Elizabeth Louise Burt Carolyn Carpenter Lynnda Ann Landon Martha Ann Marks Paula Sue Carlisle O ' Banion FACULTY MEMBERS MEMBERS SPRING INITIATES Spring MARY KATHERINE HUFF . . . .ANN ELIZABETH MORRIS MARY LEE PHILIPPI .ALICE VIRGINIA HUFFINGTON ABBY MARIE CARTER Lucy Rathbone Josephine Helen Staab Elizabeth Tarpley Jennie S. Wilmot Nora Parma Matthews Ann Elizabeth Morris Mary Lee Philippi Frances Ann Seelke Marie Hermine Oelkers Patti Oliver Elaine Herschel Osborn Judith Ann Phillips Diana Everett Rushing OMICRON NU is a national organization which has for its purpose the promotion of scholarship, leadership, and research in the field of home economics. Membership is based on scholarship, character, and the promise of future achievement and is limited to twenty percent of the senior class and ten percent of the junior class who have com- pleted seventy-five hours of work. A 2.2 average is required as a minimum. Membership is extended in the form of invitation. Pogi 114 PHI BETA KAPPA OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary . . . . EMMETTE S. REDFORD .MRS. ROBERT HENRY WILSON . .MARIAN BELLE DAVIS William David Anderson Judy Anne Parker Appelt Carol Elizabeth Barrett Jack Bethel Brown Richard Burke Brown Carolyn Cantwell Carolyn Sage Allen Mary Bond Austin James Robert Benbrook Frances Ann Bradshaw David Stuart Browning Dillard Maurice Chappell Sue Jinkins Chessher Paul Bauchman Clayton Ted Robinson Coleman Ruth Ann Cook Philip Wayne Davis Nancy Dement Patricia Sue Dillon Jimmy Lee Baird William Oscar Freithaler Robert Newton Garner Roscoe Lee ELECTED AS SENIORS-CLASS OF 1960 Samuel Tevis Grinstead Roberta Lee Downing Jurek Virginia Scott Massey Martha Dean Mittel David Lewis Mosher Bob Glen Odle Bernard Ramon Oritz De Montellano Warren Paul Roosth Paul Edward Stallings Shirley Ann Myers Wendlandt Sheila Gail Winship ELECTED AS SENIORS-CLASS OF 1961 James Collins Guckian Judith Ann Harris Nora Jean Hite Hildegard Hille Jeddeloh Laurence Samuel Johnson, Jr. William Eugene Joor, III John Parry Lauzon, Jr. Peter M. Loeb Bernard Dreyfuss Mayer, Jr. Clifton Hatcher McCall Linda Ann Mclntosh George Scott Mills James Earl Payne, Jr. Ruby Lois Petrusek Annelle Panzram Platzer Terrence Wendall Pratt Margaret Grace Ellinger Rowntree John Burton Sanders Sara Elise Sanders Robert Allen Schneider Monte Gene Senko Janiece Belle Simmons Arleen Ray Trowbridge Robert Elliott White James Thornton Willerson Phillip Gaffney Young, Jr. ELECTED AS JUNIORS Stanley Augustus Lightfoot Robert Drew Morse Joel Leslie O ' Connor Sylvia Foster Price Carolyn Ann Seymour Michael Bryant Stroud Virginia Ann Walker PHI BETA KAPPA is the leading honorary society of America in the field of arts and sciences. Members are taken from the highest ten percent of the candidates for a Bachelor of Arts Degree and the Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, geology, and physics from any graduating class. PHI BETA KAPPA was founded at William and Mary College in 1776. The Alpha Chapter of Texas was founded in 1904. Page 135 PHI ETA SIGMA OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Historian Member-at-Large . . Junior Advisor . . . Senior Advisor . . . Faculty Advisor . . . ALLEN CHILDS . . . . RONALD D. COHEN . . .CHARLES EDWIN TYLER . JAMES WILLIAM DECHERO .RONALD DAVID EASTMAN . ROBERT ALLEN VENABLE .JAMES D. DANNENBAUM . .ARNO NOWOTNY James Pinkney Hart Arno Nowotny James Anthony Arno Happy Edward Baumann William George Egelhoff Sheridan Taylor Gibler Henry Arnold Herrmann Roberto Edmundo Batres Stuart Frost Baum Robert Earl Black James AAacon Blocker, Jr. Alan Paul Bloebaum Robert Reese Bostick Thornton Boyd Joe Mack Bridges Jim Hood Browder David Windsor Brubaker William Eric Bucknall Frederick Grant Burns Harold AAaynard Burton Donald W ayne Bynum Roy Frank Canon Joe Chartoff Keith Tulloss Childers James Dox Chrisco Ben Michael Clopton Guy Irving Colby, IV Howard Ernest Collier John Edwin Coyle Thomas Braden Daly Jay Clarence Davis Henry Sterling Drumwright, Bernay Franklyn Dusek Clarence Fielding Early Walter Elliott Robert David Estes Richard Earl Fikes Allan Hirsch Fradkin Richard Leslie Freeman HONORARY MEMBERS FALL INITIATES Robert Coleman Hunter William Elam Mabry John Gregg Middleton John Edward Panzarella Jay Thomas Roe SPRING INITIATES William James Galbreath Frank Madison Gilstrap Richard Shriner Glassett John Deavenport Glenn Joe Alston Guthrie Franklin Creswell Harris Floyd Arthur Haskett, Jr. Herbert William Henry Claude Earl Hildebrand, Jr. David Chaison Holland Owen Bryan Holland Richard Neill Hollenshead Claude Wendell Horton, Jr. Louis Roberts Hunt David Wilson Johnson John Paul Johnson Raymond Lewis Johnson Stephen Lester Jones Charles Lee Jordan Ralph Werner Knebel Dennis Gene Kovar Daniel Delano Kubin Joseph Reid Kuykendall Michael Joseph Lee George Allen Lock Jack Calhoun Scott Long Frank Douglas McMordie William John Macha Ralph Clive MacKeen Alfred Joseph Marsch Eugene Pierce Miller Terry Dale Milne Theophilus Shickel Painter Robert Lee Sutherland Charles Weldon Smith Allan Jarrell Soffar William Edward Teasdale John C. Treadwell Nolen Conway Yount James Luther Mims, III Stephen Keith Mitchell James Blain Moore, III Wallace Everett Moore Richard Manning Morehead, Jr. Roy Edward Morey, Jr. Milton Stanford Mosk Raymond Dee Mosteller Charles Augustus Newding, III Bruce Wayne Nicholson Francis Oliver Nicklin, Jr. John Edward Oncken Jack Crawford Parker Anthony Voss Pfannkuche Harald Portig Kenneth Hugh Price David Arnold Pullen Allen Cobble Ray Jeffrey Warren Roberts Jack Wyndall Rogers Jonas Edward Rosenthal James Frederick Rounsaville James Alan Runnels Barry Eugene Schwarz Jack Moore Scott, Jr. Joe Frank Sexton James Michael Shepperd Paul Stephen Simons Terry Lawrence Sladek Charles Anthony Smith Frank Forsythe Smith, Jr. PHI ETA SIGMA is the national honorary scholastic fraternity for freshman men who, in the first semester or the equivalent of that, maintain a scholastic average of at least 2.5 points per semester hour in at least twelve hours of work. Freshmen failing to qualify their first semester may become eligible at the completion of a minimum of 24 semester hours of work if they maintain a 2.5 average. PHI ETA SIGMA was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923 and at the University in 1931. Only fall I960 and Spring J96 initiates are listed. Officers are elected from the 1959 and 1960 initiates. ray, 13 PHI LAMBDA UPSILON OFFICERS President V ce-Pres denf . . . Treasurer Secretary Alumni Secretary Faculty Counselor Robbin Colyer Anderson Robert L. Augustine Gilbert Haven Ayres Philip S. Bailey James E. Boggs William A. Cunningham Jefferson Clark Davis, Jr. Robert E. Eakin Richard Fuchs Pete D . Gardner Norman Hackerman Thomas Lee Ashcraft Robert Clayon Ayers, Jr. John Holcombe Bedenbaugh Eugene Thomas Beynon, Jr. William McKinley Campbell, Jr. Finis E. Carleton, III Lucian Carlton Carter, III James Russell Claybrook Henry David Cole Marcellus T. Coltharp Thomas William Conway James Alan Cunningham James Edward Davis Robert Sammie Edwards Ramsey Wayne Farley John William Fitch, III Harold Forrest Apple, Jr. Michael Doyle Coburn Henry Valdez Cortez George Samuel Culbertson Vernon Arthur Currier Devadas Devaprabhakara Isaac Dwaine Eubanks FACULTY MEMBERS Henry Rudolf Henze David Mautner Himmelblau Frank Weldon Jessen Edison Myers Lansford, Jr. Harry Louis Lochte John J. McKetta, Jr. Leon O. Morgan Rowland Pettit Howard Frederick Rase L. J. Reed Royston M. Roberts HONORARY MEMBER Roger John Williams MEMBERS William Reavis ' Gardner Donald James Haase Harry Gordon Harris, Jr. Robert A. Hasty, II Robert A. Hermes Richard Ford Jackson Billy Vaughn Koen William Wie Liam Kwie Carroll Wendell Lanier John Parry Lauzon, Jr. Wilbur Lippmann Charles Emil Loeffler Bernard Dreyfuss Mayer, Jr. Harry Warner Merritt, Jr. James Thomas Mitchell Douglas Hamilton Moorhead SPRING INITIATES James W. Hall Charlie Hedgcoth, Jr. Jerry Dell Holmes Richard James Johle James Barrie Logan Jaspal Singh Mayell Howard Barton Powell .JAMES RUSSELL CLAYBROOK . . .ARTHUR MURRAY READER . . . .CHARLES EGUGEN URDY ALEX RICHARD NISBET ROBERT A. HASTY, II . .ROWLAND PETTIT Eugene P. Schoch William Harry Robert Shaw William Shive Stanley Harold Simonsen Charles Gordon Skinner Matthew Van Winkle William Hampton Wade George Willard Watt Roger John Williams Eugene H. Wissler Martin Portis Moreland Munisamappa Narayana Alex Richard Nisbet William H. Orme-Johnson Bernard R. Ortiz De Montellano Edwin Davis Parker Arthur Murray Reader Zeb William Rike, III Donald Lewis Ross Ram Krishan Sharma Lewis Hardeman Steves Robert Wayne Stroud Joe Don Stuart Van Wayne Teeters Anthony M. Truchard Charles Eugene Urdy Robert Louis Rester Talaut Ihrahim Rihan Dennis Fred Ripple Robert F. Stubbeman Ramesh Thadani Delbert Ray Wagner PHI LAMBDA UPSILON is for male junior, senior, and graduate students in chemistry, chemical engineering or allied fields. He must demonstrate research abilities, have a high academic standing and a good character. The Pi chapter of PHI LAMBDA UPSILON was founded on The University of Texas campus in 1920. The Uni- versity of Illinois was the site of the original founding in 1899. Page 137 PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS Fall MICHAEL DONALD WILLIAMS President . . HENRY JAMES SCHRAUB V ce-Presidenf JAMES GEORGE HEJL Secrefary . . MICHAEL CARL STOUNE .... . Treasurer . Spring . . . .MICHAEL CARL STOUNE JAMES GEORGE HEJL .CHARLES ORLANDO VEAZEY JOHN COMA O ' NEILL BURTON REINHOLD ENOUIST Historian, Alumni Secretary BURTON REINHOLD ENOUIST JAMES CLIFTON WILLIAMS Faculty Advisor JAMES CLIFTON WILLIAMS MEMBERS Charles Wayne Carpenter Elbert Creel Burton Reinhold Enquist Robert E. Foster Walter Louis Geyer, Jr. Robert Lee Graves James George Hejl Glendal Berton Laminack Donald Louis Michel, Jr. Joseph Roger Michel James Charles Moeser SPRING PLEDGES Robert Vernon Lee Alfred Joseph Marsch John Coma O ' Neill David Burton Riddle Gerald Kent Satterwhite Allan Burnham Schmitt Henry James Schraub Michael Carl Stoune Gilbert Richard Thayer, III A. B. Todd, Jr. Charles Orlando Veazey Charles Henry Washington Michael Donald Williams Robert Sumners J. David Earnest PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA is an honorary music group. Membership is limited to those who have a 2.0 grade average or better in music courses and a 1 .0 average in all other courses. PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA was founded nationally on October 6, 1898. The Texas Chapter was founded on May 11, 1924. Fog. 131 PI TAU SIGMA Fall GEORGE WILLIAM KNEBEL DAVID CARRINGTON LANCASTER. ROBERT G. MUSGROVE GARY D. AGUREN JULIAN SUEZ OFFICERS President .... V ce-President .... . . Recording Secretary . . Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer . Spring . . . .CHARLES EDWARD HASTY GARY D. AGUREN .WILLIAM THOMAS BRUCE, JR. HENRY ROBERT SEBESTA . JULIAN SUEZ Billy H. Amstead Rinaldo A. Bacon Myron L. Begeman Leonard R. Benson Howard E. Brown Otto G. Brown Joe L. Bruns Eric H. Buchnall William J. Carter Gary D. Aguren Jimmy Howard Akin Ronnie Dean Boyd Robert S. Briggs, Jr. James Curtiss Cline Clarke Covington Jerry West Craig Elmer Gerald Griffies William Thomas Bruce, Jr. Gary Donald Denney Dean Jay Evans Robert L. Gross Richard Marvin Coleman, Jr. William Lionel Graver, Jr. Wilbert Ed Ellis William Lash Garrard, Jr. HONORARY MEMBER Lyle G. Clark FACULTY MEMBERS Venton Levy Doughtie Carl J. Eckhardt William W. Hagerty Charles H. Karnes Harry L. Kent, Jr. Leonardt F. Kreisle Wayne E. Long Kenneth C. Rathbun MEMBERS William Louis Guyton Harry C. Hardee, Jr. Charles Edward Hasty George William Knebel David Carrington Lancaster Roscoe Lee John Mark Michaels Charles Travis Moorman FALL INITIATES Charles F. Huff Clarence James Kellerman James Earl Nicholson Roger Louis Pierce SPRING PLEDGES Thomas Mannan Grubbs Lionel Gordon Hopkins Doyle Darwin Knight Windall Ray Knight Herbert A. Rundell Henry G. Rylander Jack A. Scanlan Byron E. Short Byron Dean Tapley Curt R. VonBieberstein John R. Watt William M. Wilcox John David Morell Thomas Louis Moser William C. Mo er Robert G. Musgrove Michael D. Reifel Philip Llewellyn Stanton Julian Suez Gustav Eugen Schiele Henry Robert Sebesta Paul David Shockey William Danny Turner James Monroe Kruse Dana Cooke LaGrone Jerome H. Lange Charles Allen Monaghan inded on PI TAU SIGMA is the national honorary mechanical engineering fraternity. Membership is limited to those juniors and seniors who rank in the top thirty-five percent of their class and have at least a B average. Selection is based on leadership, personality, trustworthiness, industry, dependability, and probable future success in mechanical en- gineering. The Texas Kappa Chapter of PI TAU SIGMA was formally installed in 1931; the original founding took place in 1915 at the University of Illinois. Page 139 RHO CHI Fall VICTOR Louis NOVACK . . . EUGENE NOLLY ROBINSON. ROBERT GRAVES BROWN. . CARL CLARENCE ALBERS. . . ROBERT GRAVES BROWN . . OFFICERS . . . . President .... . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Historian .... . . Faculty Sponsor . Spring .PEGGY Lou SCHOMBURG . .CAROLYN SUE CHESHIRE . ... LEE FRANK WORRELL . .CARL CLARENCE ALBERS . .LEE FRANK WORRELL Carl Clarence Albers John Autian Robert Graves Brown Henry Matthew Burlage Frank Peter Cosgrove John Emerson Davis Jaime N. Delgado FACULTY MEMBERS Er Hung Djao William Francis Gidley Gunnar Gjerstad Vernon Albert Green Wallace Louis Guess Esther Jane Wood Hall Frederick Valentine Lofgren Joseph Ruben Moreno William Rust Neville, Jr. Harold D. Powell Herbert Frederick Schwartz, II William Johnson Sheffield Leon Otto Wilken, Jr. Lee Frank Worrell Dean Paul Bennett Carolyn Sue Cheshire Edward Esquivel Gonzalez Albert William Kahanek, Jr. Raymond James Kapczynski MEMBERS James Charles King Man Mohan Kochhar Florence Gaye Laxson Donald Ray Muenzler Victor Louis Novack James A. Paul Perry Kiran J. Randeri Eugene Nolly Robinson Sidney Alan Rosenbluth Peggy Lou Schomburg Allen H. Anderson Elizabeth Ann Armstrong Weldon Wayne Froelich SPRING INITIATES Fredrick Collins Hodge s Geneva Anne Longmire Mary Virginia Schulz Roxene Kay Schweers John Robert Taylor RHO CHI is the national honorary pharmaceutical society which has for its objective the promotion of scholar- ship, friendship, and the recognition of high attainments in the pharmaceutical sciences. Undergraduate students of pharmacy who are in the upper twenty percent of their class and have maintained an average of " B " are eligible. Candidates must also have completed sixty percent of the curriculum. RHO CHI was founded at the University of Michigan in 1922. The Nu Chapter was founded at the University in 1929. Pag. 140 SIGMA DELTA CHI OFFICERS President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Faculty Sponsor .HOWARD EDGAR STAATS . .CHARLES WAYNE SMITH JAMES CARL HYATT . . . . ROBERT M. MOORE . .CLYDE RICHARD KING FACULTY MEMBERS Louis Baethe Norris G. Davis Joe Bertram Frantz Olin Ethmer Hinkle Clyde Richard King MEAABERS Bert Louis Campbell Glen Martin Castlebury Larry Jesse Garrett Leon Norrod Graham Gerald Claude Green David Kirby Helton Edward Lee Horn, Jr. James Carl Hyatt Robert Adair Johnson Jack Elton Keever David Hamilton Kelsey Samuel Everard Kinch, Jr. Edward Knocke, Jr. David Tiburcio Lopez SPRING PLEDGES Charles Sanford Eskridge, Jr. David Frank Godwin Claude Michael Gruener Larry Curtis Hall Lawrence R. Lee William Irvin McReynolds Harry Estill Moore DeWitt Carter Reddick Alan Scott Paul Jennings Thompson Arbon Jack Lowe Robert M. Moore Donald Patrick Myers Maurice Samuel Olian Hoyt Hughes Purvis Donald Carter Rutherford Jerry Wayne Scarbrough David Hugh Slider Charles Wayne Smith Howard Edgar Staats Siri Sucharitakul Tommy Charles Stuckey Richard J. Van Steenkiste Hazen Robert Walker Harvey Edward Little David Michael McNeely Truman Robert Mizzles Jesse Albert Root, Jr. James Walter Terry scholar- students f are (diversity SIGMA DELTA CHI is the national men ' s professional journalism fraternity. Members must be at least a second semester sophomore, intend to make the field of journalism their career, have demonstrated proficient work in journalism courses and have a " C " average in other courses. New members are voted into the organization with the approval of three quarters of the membership. The Texas Chapter of SIGMA DELTA CHI was founded in 1913. DePauw University was the site of the original chapter which was initiated in 1909. Poge 141 SPHINX ' OFFICERS President ANDREW PEREZ, III Vice-President WILLIAM M-CHAEL LANCE Secretary RANDOLPH JOHN LARCADE Treasurer THOMAS C. LEA, IV Sergeanf-af-Arms JAMES WILLIAM EMMRICH Faculty Sponsor JOHN A. BOWMAN HONORARY MEMBER H. Bernhard Hoesli FACULTY MEMBERS Fred Winfield Day, Jr. Thomas R. Glover Walter Eugene George, Jr. Thomas Whitehead Shefelman MEMBERS Kenard Clay Boone James William Emmrich Glenn Lloyd Garrison Emil Golla William Michael Lance Randolph John Larcade Thomas C. Lea, IV Howard A. Martin, Jr. Andrew Perez, III William Deen West PLEDGES Milton F. Babbitt Douglas Joseph Cardinal Willie Cleveland Jordan Ernest Albert Knippa Donald Kenneth McLarty John Clyde Robinson, Jr. Max Alan Robinson SPHINX is an honorary and social organization for men in architecture which was founded at the University in 1930. Members of SPHINX are chosen for their academic achievements, character, and their interest in architecture as a profession and in the School of Architecture. Fog. 142 TAU BETA PI OFFICERS President RONNIE DEAN BOYD Vice-President ROBERT LEONARD LYTTON Recording Secretary RAMSEY WAYNE FARLEY Corresponding Secretary DAVID WAYNE FOWLER Treasurer MAGNE KRISTIANSEN Cataloger JERRY WEST CRAIG FACULTY MEMBERS Leland Barclay Myron Louis Begeman Leonard R. Benson James Pershing Billingsley William Junius Carter Clark M. Cleveland William A. Cunningham Ronald Kinnison DeFord Venton Levy Doughtie William Charles Duesterhoeft, Jr. Carl J. Eckhardt Billy C. Ellis Phil Moss Ferguson John Arnold Focht Charles Allen Ford Burns Newman Gafford Carl Gatlin Earnest Frederick Gloyna Zuheir Y. Alami Danilo Angel Robert Marion Barksdale James Howard Bell Eugene Thomas Beynon, Jr. Edward Murl Boatman Ronnie Dean Boyd George Strickland Briggs Wen Fa Chang James Curtiss Cline Charles Henry Cole, Jr. Jerry West Craig James Edward Davis William Lewis Davidson Jim King Davidson Byron Edward Ehrig Jerry D. Erwin Ramsey Wayne Farley Ralph Tillman Ferrell John C. Finke, Jr. Gary Dennis Aguren Jimmy Howard Akin Raymond Best Allen James Rollins Bailey Benjamin Clyde Barker, Jr. Richard Saunders Barton Tommy Howard Bass George Henry Born Robert S. Briggs, Jr. Finis Ewing Carleton, III George Lawrence Drenner, Jr. John Morgan Eargle George Arthur Emmons Jon Edwin Ferguson William Wade Ferguson Thomas Orland Brown William Thomas Bruce, Jr. George Lafayette Cardwell Robert I. Carr, Jr. Richard Swain Cassidy Richard Marvin Coleman, Jr. Edward Lee Cousins William Lionel Craver, Jr. James Denny Dannenbaum Wilbert Edward Ellis Dean Jay Evans Elmer Gerald Griffies William T. Guy, Jr. William Walsh Hagerty William H. Hartwig David Mautner Himmelblau George Hamilton Hopkins, Jr. Eldred Wilson Hough Frank Weldon Jessen Franklin Beaumont Johnson Charles Henry Karnes James Elton Keele Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle Alfred Hall LaGrone Joe Overton Ledbetter Jack Lenhart Edwin Carl Lowenburg Charles Ellis McCullough MEMBERS David Wayne Fowler Otto Martin Friedrich, Jr. Ralph Herman Genz Charles Floyd George, Jr. Lawrence Ray Green David Grissom Donald James Haase Clovis Ray Hale Harry Columbus Hardee, Jr. Harry Gordon Harris, Jr. Charles Gary Heliums William Coggin Hooper, Jr. Cheng Chien Hsu Ettore H. F. Infante Richard Ford Jackson Andreas loannou Karydas Hossein Kazemi Joe Murphy King George William Knebel James Dorr McFarland John J. McKetta, Jr. Banks McLaurin Larry Keith McPhail L. Hudson Matlock Percy Hugh Miller Walter L. Moore Judson Neff Harold John Plass, Jr. H. H. Power Howard Frederick Rase Kenneth Charles Rathbun Lymon Clifton Reese Eugene Arman Ripperger Glen E. Rockwell Paul John Root Charles Elmer Rowe William Neal Kocurek Billy Vaughn Keen Magne Kristiansen David Carrington Lancaster Richard Gill Leard Charles Emil Loeffler Robert Leonard Lytton Sami Faiz Masri Carl Elliot Mattlage Charles Ellis McCullough Larry Keith McPhail Harry Warner Merritt, Jr. Henry Richard Mitchell Martin Portls Moreland John David Morell Thomas Louis Moser Ralph Douglas O ' Dell Kenneth Lee Oehler Delbert Max Ottmers, Jr. FALL INITIATES Daniel Graham Galloway William Reavis Gardner Alton Robert Hagedorn Douglas Patrick Harrison Samir A. Hassan Charles Edward Hasty Michael Edward Hendricks Robert A. Hermes Charles F. Huff Don Dale Isett Don Henry Johnson Clarence James Kellerman William Robert Klingman Robert Alfred Langworthy Roscoe Lee Robert Nelson MacCallum Robert Edward Magers Gayle Patrick Martin James Thomas Mitchell William Bartel Morgan Robert Glen Musgrove Thomas Oran Neely Carl Albert Nentwich Roger Neubauer Donald Keith Norling Vasudeo Sitaram Rane Robert Maurice Riley Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr. Donald Fred Sattler Stanley Paul Sauer SPRING PLEDGES George H. Fancher, Jr. Allen Gail Findeisen Burk Ralph Frnka Richard Wilson Furlong Jimmy Gene Garner William Ernest Gattis Thomas Gray Godfrey Floyd Goodrich, Jr. Kenneth Eugene Gray Thomas Mannan Grubbs Richard Kenneth Hamilton Lionel Gordon Hopkins William Leonard Hopper Robert O ' Brien Johnson James Roe Joiner James Monroe Kruse Jerome H. Lange Fred Faylor Lyle, Jr. Charles Allen Monaghan James Earl Nicholson Ervin Sewell Perry Robert Louis Rester Henry Grady Rylander Jack A. Scanlan Robert Samuel Schechter Byron Elliott Short Harold Wood Smith Richard Thomas Smith Archie Waugh Straiton J. Neils Thompson Milton John Thompson Matthew Van Winkle Robert W. Warner E. Joseph Weiss John Conrad Westkaemper Eugene H. Wissler Fowler Redford Yett William Alfred Youngblood Shao Wen Yuan John W. Pettijohn Scott Petty, Jr. Robert Frank Pohler Robert S. Poston Donnie Joe Pounds Stevens David Ramsey, Jr. John Owen Rhea Henry W. Schlattner Robert Earl Smith Lewis Hardeman Steves Ben Garland Streetman Julian Suez Jimmy Franklin Thompson Roy Gene Traylor Arnold Joseph Tucker Alton Wayne Whitney Franklin Udolph Williams Henry K. Woodward James Hugh Seamon Henry Robert Sebesta Gustav Eugen Schiele Paul David Shockey Nripendra Chandra Sinha Autry Carl Stephens Robert William Swango Van Wayne Teeters Lee Charles Thomas Arthur Donald Travis Anthony M. Truchard William Danny Turner Ronald Lynn Woodfin Darrell Roy Word Carl Edward Ziegler Lyndon Hayward Robinson, Jr. James Albert Saylors Arthur Edward Schulze Charles Eldred Stapp Fred S. Stockbauer Ramesh Thadani Ronald Leon Whitney, Jr. Carl Leslie Williams, Jr. Robert Marshall Wilson William Joseph Yanta Kenneth Alden Young : . TAU BETA PI is the national honorary engineering society whose undergraduate members, representing all en- gineering branches in the College of Engineering, are selected from the upper twenty per cent of the senior class. The seniors are chosen from the scholastically eligible men on the basis of all around activities, and interests, exclusive of engineering. Activities include teaching a slide rule course for beginning students, and maintaining the TAU BETA PI bookshelf in the Engineering library. The Texas Alpha chapter of TAU BETA PI was founded in 1916. Lehigh University was host to the original chapter, founded in 1885. Graduafes Page 143 TAU SIGMA DELTA OFFICERS Chapfer Master RONALD EDWARD MARABITO ocnoe ROBERT LOWELL COSBY Recorder VIRGIL RAYMOND SMITH Faculty Advisor HUGH LYON McMATH - ' ' ' f X HONORARY MEMBER ' ' . Drury Blakeley Alexander ' , ' , :; ' ;; FACULTY MEMBERS , Fred Winfield Day, Jr. Hugh Lyon McMath Walter Eugene George, Jr. Thomas Whitehead Shefelman Martin S. Kermacy MEMBERS Robert Lowell Cosby Robert F. Reed Emil Golla Virgil Raymond Smith Ronald Edward Marabito FALL INITIATES Kenard Clay Boone Walter W. Scarborough James William Emmrich Thomas Henry Stovall Charles Arthur Mencio SPRING INITIATES Lexa Morris Acker Randolph John Larcade Billy Collins Bauder Jon Harris Starnes Douglas Joseph Cardinal OUTSTANDING JUNIOR John Clyde Robinson, Jr. TAU SIGMA DELTA is the honorary Architecture fraternity for seniors. Open only to seniors who have maintained an over-all scholastic average of 2.0 and have distinguished themselves in the field of design, planning and engi- neering. Pogt 144 THETA SIGMA PHI OFFICERS President ANN ADAMS V ce-Pres denf MARGARET FAYE YEAGLEY Secrefary JOAN RUESCH Treasurer VIVIEN JEAN WEINBERGER Archivesf JANET OCTAVIA PEAVY Faculty Sponsor MORRIS G. DAVIS Marye Durrum Benjamin Jessamon Dawe Mary Margaret Glasscock Frazier Frankie Mae Welborn Lindsey Amy Jo Long FACULTY MEMBERS Roberta Love Carolyn Jane Malone Jo Caldwell Meyer Leigh Peck Bert Kruger Smith Helen Tackett Sue Watkins Afton Taylor Wynn Ann Adams Susan Burns Akin Jan Louise Brinkerhoff Marie Josephine Eickmann MEMBERS Patricia Joan Horn Deltz Janice Lynn Kneblik Janet Octavia Peavy Joan Ruesch Vivien Jean Weinberger Margaret Faye Yeagley Carolyn Janet McWilliams FALL INITIATES Rebecca Ann Reynolds Patricia W. Rusch Deborah Carolyn Howell Linda Elaine Kilgore Karen Kay Kirkland SPRING INITIATES Sue Simmons McGinity Sue Frances Mueck Cynthia Lee Pendergrass Neila Ann Skinner Carol Ann Sullivan Bettye Sue Swales THETA SIGMA PHI aims to unite in bonds of fellowship University women who are now studying journa- lism, to confer honor upon women who distinguish themselves in their profession, and to accomplish definite achievements as a group in the field of letters. Members are of junior standing and must have maintained at least a " B " average in journalism and a " B " average in other courses. Leadership, high character, and such desirable traits as would indicate success in journalism are other factors that are considered before a candidate may become a member. The XI chapter was established in 1919 at the University. The University of Washington was the site of national founding in 1909. Page 145 ALPHA CHI SIGMA OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES DUNCAN STEPHEN Master Alchemist THOMAS FOLTS WOMACK RICHARD I. MORROW Vice-Master Alchemist TIMOTHY L. BURGESS WILUAM REAVIS GARDNER Treasurer WILLIAM REAVIS GARDNER BILLY VAUGHN KOEN Reporter JAMES DUNCAN STEPHEN RICHARD FORD JACKSON Recorder TERRY DUANE COPELAND ROYSTON ROBERTS Faculty Sponsor ROYSTON ROBERTS MEMBERS Richard Frank Abies Eugene Thomas Beynon James Paul Black Timothy L. Burgess William McKinley Campbell Finis E. Carlelon James Russell Claybrook Joe Collier Terry Duane Copeland Richard Oral Dove Isaac Owaine Eubanks Ramsey Wayne Farley Ralph Tillmann Ferrell Edwin Maurice Flint William Reavis Gardner Donald James Haase Joe Hugh Hamleft Harry Gordon Harris John H. Harrison Charles Hedgcofh Robert A. Hermes Larry Allan Holmes Francis Howard Hughes Richard Ford Jackson Bobby Jack James Louis William Klingman Billy Vaughn Koen Allen Grady Lane Charles Michael Laritz Gary Lee Lenderman James Barrie Logan Bill McKissock T. Russell McMurtray James Daniel McSpadden Edward Knox Mellon John Wayne Mitchell Richard T. Morrow Robert Stuart Nisbett Don West Pfenning Robert Louis Rester James Ronald Robinson Jerry Rosson Alvin Charles Schwenke Bill L. Stanley James Duncan Stephen Robert Stubbeman Arthur Wood Thcxnton Ralph Burton Turner Carl Leslie Williams Thomas Felts Womack Ed Woodhouse Benny Garell Blount James Richard Boatright Thomas O. Brown Richard Swain Cassidy William Henry Hale Almond Jasper Hays William Leonard Hopper SPRING INITIATES Richard James Johle David C. Jones M. Duane Keele Clifton F. Landry Bernard D. Mayer Will M. Ollison Malcolm Lang Payne Ronald J. Renz Kenneth C. Rightmer Charles Bertrand Wakefield Robert W. Woodall Joe E. Zeigler ALPHA CHI SIGMA membership is composed of men intending to make some branch of chemistry their life work. Membership is by invitation. w, fop Row 8 ynon, Black. Boo ' nght Brown, Burgtn, Carltlon, Coiiidy. Collitr. Coptland. Eubonkt, Forltr, Ffrll. Second ow; Flint, Gardner, Haon. Homltlt, Harm. Jackion, Johle, KU, Klingman. Kon, Ltndtrmon, Mayr. Third law: McSpoddtn M.ich.ll, Moriow, N.ibtM. Fanning. tnl t. tob.nion, S ' anl.y. St phn. Thoinlon. William, Womack. Fog U6 OFFICERS Fall ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Spring ERNEST JOHN SCHMIDT, JR President JAMES DEE FRENCH JOHN BENNETT JEZ Vice-President MICHAEL ALDRIDGE MERCHANT JAMES DEE FRENCH Secrefary EMMETT HIXSON MURRAY WILLIAM BENTON NEVITT Treasurer ROBERT CONNOR BRIGGS JERRY LEE CHASTAIN Publicity Director WILLIAM BENTON NEVITT B. E. BOHANNON Sponsor B. E. BOHANNON ALAN SCOTT Faculty Sponsor ALAN SCOTT ERNEST ALONZO SHARPE Faculty Sponsor ERNEST ALONZO SHARPE Jean William Brown Walter Hart HONORARY MEMBERS John Bonner McLane Rocco Revisore Rodger Smith Joe Wilkinson FACULTY MEMBERS Alan Scott Ernest Alonzo Sharpe MEMBERS Dan Carl Alverson Jerry Lee Chastain Hymen Childs David George Crossley John Kimbrell Darling Benjamin Douglas Dashiel Labon Leroy Fairall, Jr. Rodney Frank Balentine Robert Connor Briggs John G. Champion Jimmy G. Connell Douglas A. Boyd James Henry Brock William Ferrol Creager James Lawrence Farley James Dee French John Michael Gainey, III John Bennett Jez Samuel Kelsall, IV Gerald A. Lowe Morris Edgar Massey Michael Aldridge Merchant Emmett Hixson Murray William Benton Nevitt Kenneth Warren Nordeman Edward E. Reese Wilton Lynneck Richard Larry Joseph Sachnowitz FALL PLEDGES Stephen A. DeWalt James Talcott Grotte James Preston Hull Chesley Wiggins Johnston Donald Stephen McAlvany Edgar Covey Nash, Jr. John Keith Power SPRING PLEDGES James Paris Goodnight J. C. Kelly, Jr. John T. King William Tilghman Lambdin Mendell Dicks Morgan Allan Craig Pape James Eugene Sanders, Jr. Ernest John Schmidt, Jr. Douglas Arthur Swail Robert Anderson Taylor Edward Ray Vice Edwin Alfred Walther Gilbert Matison Wyrick William Byron Renfrew Marion David Standridge Mason Locke Weems, VI John P. Skinner, Jr. George Winston Spaulding Kenneth Hailey Wax ALPHA DELTA SIGMA is the national professional advertising fraternity for those majoring in and interested in adver- tising as a career. Membership is awarded to those who successfully complete a semester as a pledge after invitation to join is extended. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA attempts to bridge the gap between classroom theory and professional practice. The Paul J. Thompson chapter was founded at The University of Texas in 1928. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA was originally founded at the University of Missouri in 1913. front Row: Balentine, Nevitt, Mur- ray, Schmidt, Lowe. Second Row: Sachnowitz, Walther, Jez, Cal Cantrell, Chastain, Cross- ley, Swail. Third Row: Sharpe, Scott, Weems, Vice, Taylor, Richard, McAlvany, Alverson, Briggs, Grotte. Fourth Row: DeWolt, Hull, Champion, Kelsall, Merchant, Standridge, Rev- tsore, French, Connell, Johnston. Page 147 DELTA SIGMA PI OFFICERS Fall ROBERT CLOVES AAcCuw JAMES EUGENE GRAY GARY N. Bovo THOMAS GERALD GERRON IRA SAM HOUSTON ROBERT K. PIGG, JR PANAYOTIS JOHN LYMBEROPOULOS. Spring President BOBBY JOHN RICHARDSON Senior Vice-President MORRIS EDGAR MASSEY Junior V ice-President BAILEY BRYANT RATLIFF, JR. Secretary WILLIAM S. CANNON Treasurer GENE G. STOEVER Chancellor KENNETH BRIEN DODOS . . .Faculty Advisor PANAYOTIS JOHN LYMBEROPOULOS James Paul Allen William Aaron Allen James Alton Alsup, Jr. David Edmund Bell Alvin Felix Blair Gary N. Boyd Freddie Lynn Bradley Kenneth Gordon Callaway Cimron Campbell William S. Cannon James Roy Chism Charles Robert Coffey Richard Rosser Cole Michael Dale Collins Jerry Del Cooper Dal Ed Crabb John Milton Crawford, Jr. Franklin Blake Curl, Jr. Durwood lee Curlee Ernesto DeKeratry, Jr. Richard E. Denson Kenneth Brien Dodds Joe A. Duncan John M. Eathorne, Jr. Jack Hodge Eaton, Jr. Grady L. Fairbairn Robert Hendale Garnett Thomas Gerald Gerron Freddie Joe Glenn Patrick Keating Abbott John Wayne Acker Constantine Michael Agorastos Herschel Eugene Bain John Griswold Bartlett William Andrew Barton Daryl Dee Baxter Richard Bryant Boyd Clarence Wharton Cole Ernesto Contreras, Jr. James H. Davig James Phillip Davis Arthur Alexander Duggan Charles A. Elliott John Graham Gardner, Jr. MEMBERS Jimmy Morton Graham Don William Gray James Eugene Gray Thomas Edward Harman Thomas Terry Hathaway Charles George Hess William Reece Holden John Luther Hood Ira Sam Houston Jack Edward Hurley Jon Bedford Kirk Thomas Gaywood Knapp Julian Marion Kosh, Jr. James Charles Lambert SPRING MEMBERS Philip Franklin Garner Edgar Lewis Gerhardt, III Thomas Weldon Glasgow Roger Louis Haller Edward T. Harrison Less Curry Harston, Jr. Thomas Patterson Hicks Wayne Hampton LeCrone Charles W. Lucas Morris Edgar Massey Robert Cloyes McCurry Eion Fleming McDowell Donald Reed Phillips Robert K. Pigg, Jr. William Leo Prather Bailey Bryant Ratliff, Jr. Sherwood Melvin Reaves Bobby John Richardson Edwin H. Saylor Arthur Joseph Schmidt, Jr. Joe Lloyd Sims Paul L. Hooper Melvin August Horn Jurgen Alfred Jack Larry Ray Jones William Frederick Klug William Tilghman Lambdin Danny G. Miller Donald Hubert Smith Fred Jack Smith Edward F. Spider Rex J. Spivey Gene G. Stoever Arthur Theodore ten Broeke Wallace Van Timm Mark Edward Tredennick Ben A. Wallis Vernon Arthur White Jerry H. Wilcoxon George William Wilhite Douglas I. Williams Ted Wooldridge Thomas G. Moore Lewis Gilbert Ross Roger Allen Safer CHin Dean Scheele James H. Sellers Mike V. Williamson Don Ray Wilson DELTA SIGMA Pi encourages the study of business in universities, fosters scholarship and the association of students for ;; their mutual advancement by research and practice; it promotes close affiliation between the commercial world and students 5j of commerce and attempts to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture for the practical betterment of the ' ' , community. Membership in this professional commerce and business administration organization is open to any man student majoring ; in business administration. front tow: Mosl y. Gr ' On. Houiton. McCurry, Pigfl. J Gray. Boyd S cond low: Wollil, Mormon, Or o horn, Spillw. Hichordiorv Foirboirn. Wilcoion. D Smith. Coll.m DtKt ' o ' ry. Koih. Hotho.o- r-Wd ow, Wooldr.dg.. lucoi. H.I,. Oobb. Duncan, toll. (I. F Sm.ih. McOo.tll Fourfh Dow: t.av.i Compb.ll, lombeti. Crawford. Phillipi. Soylor, Aliup. Curl . Col , llatr. Earhorn. fillh tow: Chum. W. Alltn, Callaway. Hood, Cannon. Eaton. D nion. Gl nn, Wilhil . Sum K.rk. William Sinn How.- Prathw, Holden, Schmidt tn InwU, Wnil . l.Gon.. Curl. Doddi D. Gray. A. Alltn. fog. 148 Fall D. CAROLYN MARTIN . . . JAN ANN JACO MARY LYNN MEADOR . . . JANIS LYNN KNEBLIK. . . CYNTHIA ANN VOLLMER. ALAN SCOTT . nnick Jeannine G. Bond Judy Ann Chase Sondra Sue Clark Rita Carolyn Easley Shannon L. Harris Jan Ann Jaco Rosemary Jersig Linda Elaine Kilgore Janis Lynn Kneblik Deanna Alleman Earline Lavern Ermey OFFICERS President . . . . V ce-Pres denf Secretary Treasurer Reporter . . . . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS D. Carolyn Martin Mary Lynn Meador Sandra Jane Moran Sue Frances Mueck Janet Octavia Peavy Cynthia Lee Pendergrass Patricia Ruth Ray May Evans Rosner SPRING PLEDGES Barbara Jean Haas Carolyn Joyce Huber Barbara Anne Reese GAMMA ALPHA CHI Spring JAN ANN JACO . .JAMES LYNN KNEBLIK ROSEMARY JERSIG .LINDA ELAINE KILGORE . . . PATRICIA W. RUSCH ALAN SCOTT Patricia W. Rusch Gay Barbara Sim Mary Susan Stevens Cynthia Ann Volrmer Vivien Jean Weinberger Judy Wilkinson Judith Eleanor Williams Tina Rae Wise Connie Jo Rock Martha Gayle Spencer Is for dents tfthe GAMMA ALPHA CHI is a national advertising fraternity for women with an active interest in advertising and a " C " scholastic average. GAMMA ALPHA CHI was founded at the University of Missouri in 1920. The Alpha Nu Chapter was established at the University on October 15, 1960. Front Row: Kneblik, Mueck, Sim, Kilgore. Second Row: Bond, Easley, Chase, Wilkinson, Meador, Harris. Third Row: Rosner, Jaco, Rusch, Martin, Mrs. Ross, Vollmer, Clark, Jersig, Ray. Page 149 KAPPA EPSILON , OFFICERS Fall ELIZABETH Lou CAYWOOD. JEWEL CURTIS DELIA REBECCA SAENZ. . . . ANN ELIZABETH WATSON . . ROXENE KAY SCHWEERS . . . MRS. GUNNAR GJERSTAD. . Spring . . .President JEWEL CURTIS . Vice-Presidenf ELIZABETH ANN ARMSTRONG . . . Secretary LEAH RAYE SEXTON . . . Treasurer JULIA ELLEN EDWARDS . . . Reporter ANNIS MARIE MINYARD . . . Sponsor MRS. GUNNAR GJERSTAD HONORARY MEMBERS Marie Betzner Morrow Mrs. Henry Matthew Burlage Elizabeth Ann Armstrong Brenda Nan Barth Elena Maria Botello Elizabeth Lou Caywood Carolyn Sue Cheshire Jewel Curtis Deanna Marye Dimmitt Julia Ellen Edwards Janie Grace Field Anita Sylvia Garcia Rosa Beth Gilmore Zoila Gonzalez J. Sue Graham FACULTY MEMBER Esther Jane Wood Hall ASSOCIATE MEMBER Dorothy Jane Lidiak MEMBERS Lynda Kay Gross Virginia Elizabeth Hadden Marilyn Blackstone Hargrave Frantom Eaton Jones Almira Fidelia Martinez Annis Marie Minyard Linda Mae Moody Queva Carmella Palmo Mary Ellen Richter Linda Rhea Riley Peggy Jeanne Robertson Isabel Rodriquez Delia Rebecca Saenz Peggy Lou Schomburg Mary Virginia Schultz Roxene Kay Schweers Emma Jean Seeker Leah Raye Sexton Lillie Mae Thompson Elia Drucilla Villarreal Beverly Sue Ward Ann Elizabeth Watson Rayma Jean Watson Pat J. Wright SPRING INITIATES Alice Elizabeth Ballard Mary Susan Benbow Rebecca Jo Hashop Ima Dell Irvin KAPPA EPSILON is the national honorary fraternity for women in pharmacy. The candidate for membership must have a passing grade in every subject as well as a " B " average in pharmacy. Membership is by invitation. The Xi Chapter was established on the University campus in 1943. The University of Iowa was the site of the original founding in 1921 . front Kowi Garcia. Rodngvvx, Villorreal, Gonzalez, Madden, Minyord. Saenz. Thompton. Chefhtre Second low: I. Walton. Jones, Hargrove, Curt.i, Cojwood, Arrmlrong. Seitan. Scnontburg frWd tow. Moody, " a " , Koberlion. Edwardi. Graham, Bonn, Sdiwnn. age 150 OFFICERS KAPPA PSI Fall WAYMON OTIS SMITH JOSEPH CHARLES STEINBACH. JOHN MADISON ELAM HOMER ALLEN ANDERSON. . ROBERT RAY VARLEY . . Spring . . Regent . . Vice-Regent . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Historian . BILL DAVID JOBE . . . JOHNNY ROLLINS POPE .BENJAMIN MARK HARRISON . .HOMER ALLEN ANDERSON . .ROBERT RAY VARLEY Carl Clarence Albers Robert Graves Brown Henry Matthew Burlage Frank P. Cosgrove John Emerson Davis Jamie N. Delgado Arturo Acuna Homer Allen Anderson John Charles Anderson Warren D. Await David Eugene Barnett Jack Frank Bellos Paul Don Borsellino Fred Sinclair Brinkley, Jr. Jose Rene Cantu John Russell Carson Frank Casanova, Jr. James Towson Coleman Douglas Carroll Copeland Martin C. Cuellar Gordon Turne Donop John Madison Elam Conrado Garcia Jose Galvan Ronald James Gieser HONORARY MEMBER Henry Rudolf Henze FACULTY MEMBERS Er Hung Djao Gunnar Gjerstad Vernon A. Green Wallace Louis Guess James Charles King Frederick Valentine Lofgren MEMBERS William Mark Garner Ben L. Garza Ray Morris Gilliland Clifford Lee Green Jose Ignacio Gutierrez Ronald Lee Hall Benjamin Mark Harrison James Goffrey Hubble Bill David Jobe Raymond James Kapczynski Lim Keuky Walter Ferrell Killion Rudolph Benedict Klecka Ray Barton Lee Charles Harry Leinback, Jr. Terry Lew Weldon Anton Neuendorff SPRING PLEDGES Darrell Alton Griffin Henry Harrison Herrera James Sheldrid Nix Robert Wayne Saunders Luther Ray Parker Harold Dean Powell Herbert Frederick Schwartz Kenneth Edward Tiemann Leon Otto Wilken Lee Frank Worrell Anthony George Ogden Robert James Peden James Paul Perry Johnny Rollins Pope Darrell David Rayburn Roque Honorato Rodriquez, III Eligio Elias Saenz Roberto H. Saenz Davis Lee Scoggins Waymon Otis Smith Joseph Charles Steinbach A. R. Trautwein, Jr. Robert Ray Varley James Vera Rodolfo Lucas Villarreal Teodulo Carlos Villarrea! James Walter Walker Ernesto Soto Charles Tyree Stewart be igina! KAPPA PSI is an honorary professional pharmaceutical organization maintaining a house on campus. Membership is based on active leadership, sterling character, and good scholarship. KAPPA PSI was established at the Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Connecticut, on May 30, 1879, and was locally established on campus in 1934. Top Row: Acuna, H. Anderson, Barnett, Borsellino, Brinkley, Cantu, Carson, Casanova, Cuellar, Donop, Elam. Second Row. Garcia, Garner, Gilliland, Gutierrez, Hal!, Harrison, Kapczynski, Keuky, Killion, Klecka, Lee, Lew. Third Row: Neuendorff, Ogden, Peden, Perry, Pope, Rayburn, Rodriguez, Scoggins, Smith, Steinbach, R. Viltarreal, T. Villarreal. Page 151 PHI DELTA CHI Fall VICTOR Louis NOVAK JAMES SAUNDERS JINNETTE DURWOOD FRANKLIN SWANGER . GRANVIU.E DOYLE LONG MILLARD C. BRISBOIS. . Carl Clarence Albers John Autian OFFICERS President .... Vice-President .... Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary HONORARY MEMBER W. R. Lloyd FACULTY MEMBERS William Francis Gidley William Rust Neville Spring ROBERT SCOTT MARTIN LARRY E. HUGHES DOYLE GENE HAWKINS .CHARLES AUGUSTUS WORK, III . .GLENN DAYTON MADISON William Johnson Sheffield Lee Frank Worrell MEMBERS Weldon Lloyd Ash Dean Paul Bennett James Wayne Black Millard C. Brisbois Thomas Franklin Burks Woodrow H. Cochran Frank Ernest Craven Garry Dean Dossey Olen LaRoy Douglas Lloyd Russell Duke Jacob J. Eckert Weldon Wayne Froelich Thomas Gonzalez William Gerhardt, Jr. Burl Darwin Gilliam Ben Hejl Chlapek Pat Handley Coers Russell Craft Robert Cecil Davis Norman Alford Gound Thomas Howard Hardy William Weaver Harris Doyle Gene Hawkins Morris Elwood Haynes Albert Morris Helsley Howard Harlen Hengst Bill J. Hinton. Larry E. Hughes James Saunders Jinnette Albert William Kahanek George Calvin Kenady, Jr. Granville Doyle Long Glenn Daython Madison Frederick Charles Gates Billy Don Gray Larry Dean Griffin Robert Scott Martin Roger Arlan Middleton George Randolph Miller Harvel Lewis Moffett Jon Michael Moore James Moss Glenn Lee Nolle Victor Louis Novak Gerald Scott Odom Bill James Parker Walter Ferrell Peyton, Jr. Wayne Douglas Quarles Fred DeWitt Reed Eugene Nolly Robinson SPRING PLE DGES Douglas Bryan Pair George Ray Russell Monte J. Staha James Robertson Zack Lawrence Robinson Albert A. Sander Bill W. Scott Chris Monroe Solberg Bill Ross Spain Durwood Franklin Swanger Alfred Frank Tiler, co William Allan Taylor Earl Duwayne Wallace Richard lyle Wallsmith Edmund Alfred Weinheimer Joe Fred Whitf ield Charles Augustus Work, III Geurt Levi Tilma William Wayne Voelter James Purtnam Yeates PHI DELTA CHI is the national professional pharmacy fraternity maintaining a house on campus. Members are se- lected for this professional fraternity from those men that are enrolled in the school of pharmacy. PHI DELTA CHI came to the University campus in the form of the Lambda Chapter in 1905. The University of Michi- gan initiated the organization in 1883. Front flow; Hengit, Stronger. Middleton. Peyton, Hardy. Spain. Second How: Sander. Moditon, Froetich, Briiboil, Howkirw, Parker, Hugh . Third How- Gerhard!. Robertion, Oouglai. Miller, f Robinton. Fourth low Odom. Wallace, Nolle. Kohanek. long. Jinnette Fifth ow Wollirmlh, fclerl. Moore. Sheffield. Novak. fage 15} OFFICERS Fall ALPHA PHI OMEGA Spring PAUL DAVID COUCH President BRIAN WILLIAM SCHENK Louis CHRIS HEINEMEYER First Vice-President CHARLES DAVID MAGRILL ROBERT BRUCE BURNS Second Vice-Presidenf DAN EDWARD BECKELMAN FRANCIS GLENN ANDERS Treasurer ROBERT ELLWOOD JONES, III ROBERT ELLWOOD JONES, III Recording Secretary OTIS CLAUDE SHEARER, III WILLIAM ALEXANDER PICKARD Corresponding Secretary JAMES EWING WILLIAMS SAMUEL DAVID BRADY Historian LEONARD EDWARD MOHRMANN BOBBY LEE LLOYD Reporter PAXTON K. LITTLEPAGE Keith Kohn Cox Lawrence Frank Crooke, Jr. H. L. Gaskin David Jay Albert Francis Glenn Anders Kenneth Newt Andrews Harold Forrest Apple Lee Ray Basore Dan Edward Beckelman David Anthony Biedermann Nix O ' Brien Bodden John Brooks Bradley Samuel David Brady Thomas Charles Bruns Pat Bryan, III James Paul Buchanan Robert Bruce Burns Gerald Wayne Calhoun James Winston Carr Richard Newman Cody Richard Allan Comstock Richard Wade Corder Richard Leonard Corso Paul David Couch Joe Francis Andres Henry Howard Baade, Jr. Larry Bland Samuel David Brady Gary Vernon Cain Joe Canfield Kenneth Randolph Castleman William B. Chenault James D. Chrisco Joseph Wallace Croft, Jr. Jerry Daniels Daryl K. Alford Larry Alldredge Don Coleman Blackard Michael Edward Bonine James Crozier Brown Howard Young Butler Richard P. Carr, Jr. Clarence Wharton Cole FACULTY ADVISORS H. W. Newman Calvin C. Nolen Arno Nowotny HONORARY MEMBER R. Elwyn Bryns Colonel George William Porter John H. Pound Elwood J. Preiss MEMBERS Robert Allen Crenshaw Joe Hurley Cunningham, I Laurin C. Currie Donald Morris Deffebach Ronald Glynn Durham Tommy Clay Edgar Charles Warren Eisemann Thomas Dale Erwin John Michael Gainey, III Roger Lee Gorrell Louis Chris Heinemeyer Richard Lionel Hill Robert Michael Hoecker John Embry Hunt Robert Ellwood Jones, III John Leonard Kelley David Odell Langham Donovan Allan Leistico Bill Lee Liggin Paxton K. Littlepage Bobby Lee Lloyd Charles David Magrill Bart Gary Menscher Leonard Edward Mohrmann William Morey Montgomery Glenn Burke Musgrove Robert James Naas James Gus Nixon Kerry Don Owen William Alexander Pickard Richard Lewis Pringle James Arlen Pyle Perry Joe Radoff Ronald Lynn Ramey James Lewis Raney James Charles Rayburn Dudley Greer Rugeley Donald Carter Rutherford James Allen Sanders Arthur Louis Schechter Brian William Schenk FALL INITIATES Roger George Darley Sterly Glen Dossmann William Frank Ermel Abe Flores Dan Nobles Gardner Thomas Cody Graves Hugh Len Gray David Gray Hall Milton Bryan Healer, II Arthur Robert Hinojosa Robert Michael Hoecker Cleve James Hoecker Arthur Spencer Hubbard John Bryant Jamison Thomas Q. Jones James Horace Justice Dhiren Jayant Kothari Thomas Robert Long Robert Tevault Majhis Leslie Maurer James Luther Mims, III SPRING PLEDGES Thomas Braden Daly Hugh Campbell Dismukes Marvin W. Ellis Seg. D. Elp Roger E. Garrett, Jr. Glenn Richard Graves Don Griffith John Lee Henry Doug Fielding Hoese Jerry Dwain Johnson Bruce Arthur Kowert James Robert McGuffin, III Terry Dale Miine Jack Hamilton Morris Gary L. Parker Robert Patrick Roy Donald Walter Schleicher Per Kay Schneider Otis Claude Shearer, III Robert Samson Singer Robert C. Smith Robert Gary Smith Robert Kennedy Speedie Artie Joe Spitzer Charles Robin Steakley Roy L. Taylor Ted Jefferson Taylor Ramesh Thadani Bruce Edward Turley Robert Lindsey Tyson Harish Vora Thomas Eli Wiener James Ewing Williams Mark Ellison Williams Erie T. Worley Arthur Herbert Woytek Elmer T. Zilch William Lucas Pickles Herbert Eugene Pierce, Jr. Clyde David Pomeroy, Jr. David Prince Harold Smith John Henry Tomlinson Kenneth Allen Weda Stephen Travis White James Alex Wier Richard Bennett Zey Terry Lawrence Sladek William Dempsey Slease Jay Fred Smith Carlos Roberto Vargas Jerry W. Whitten Perry Dwayne Whitten Dan B. Williams Marion Glenn Williams, Jr. ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a national service fraternity with membership open to ex-scouts registered in the Uni- versity. To become members, the pledges of Alpha Phi Omega must pass through a period of pledgeship during which a certain measure of service must be rendered. The three phases of service rendered are service to the campus, to the community, and service to the nation as participating citizens. The guiding principles of the fra- ternity are Friendship, Leadership, and Service. Alpha Rho Chapter of ALPHA PHI OMEGA was formed on the University campus in 1935. The initial chapter was formed on the Lafayette College campus, Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1925. Page 153 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY OFFICERS Commander CHARLES JOSEPH VESEIY Executive Officer CHARLES MCDONALD WHITE Operations Officer DARRYL DEAN OTTO Administrative Officer JACK RAYMOND HINSON Comptroller JAMES MILTON BRUNER Information Officer WILLARD EDWARD JOHNSON Faculty Advisor CAPTAIN ROBERT E. HAYS, JR. HONORARY MEMBERS Lieutenant Colonel George William Porter, USAF Captain Robert E. Hays, Jr., USAF James LaVoy Branton James Milton Bruner Raymond Dale Christian William Gilbert Fox Clovis Ray Hale John Lee Henry Jack Raymond Hinson John Maynard Chapman Paul David Couch Alexander R. Dulevitz Floyd D. Herndon Fleming Cook Hobbs Randall Harold Boyett Richard Preston Breese Robert Lee Clark, II Clarence Wharton Cole Larry Jack Edgeman MEMBERS Samuel B. Horton Willard Edward Johnson Jan Howard Julian George William Knebel Ben John Marcak Darryl Dean Otto Joe Ramirez FALL PLEDGES Michael Dane McKaughan Stephen Elroy Montgomery, Jr. Kenneth Allen Pfeil Milton Beverly Porter, Jr. SPRING PLEDGES Charles Marshall Finney William Robbins Hawkins Norman Leonard Herzfeld, Jr. Walter L. Janszen, Jr. David Haywood Mangum Robert Mayo Richards Donald Walter Schleicher Donald Baline Steffa James Rodney Thomas Herbert Weigl, Jr. Charles McDonald White Charles Joseph Vesely Willie W. Robertson, Jr. Dennis Raymond Schmidt Michael Hearne Shaw Donald Clair Wood Jerome Miston McChristian Thomas O. Proffitt Charles Richard Reeder Jack Weldon Shelton, Jr. Robert Sewall Wells ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY is the Air Force R.O.T.C. honorary service organization. The organization was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1947 and The University of Texas John H. Payne Squadron was founded in 1950. V I Pog. 154 MORTAR BOARD OFFICERS President CAROLE KEETON MCCLELLAN Vice-President MARY KATHRYN MILLER Treasurer SHIRLEY KAY McKiNLEY Historian JANE STOTTS Reporter JANIECE BELLE SIMMONS Faculty Sponsor RONALD FREEZE BUNN Faculty Sponsor BERNICE MILBURN MOORE HONORARY MEMBERS Josephine M. Chapman Helen Margaret Flinn icher Dorothy L. Gebauer Helen Hargrave Sue Correll James Thelma Lockwood Mary Ann Allen Beverly Ann Bates Melinda Louise Burkhart Mary Margaret Carlson Sue J. Chessher Marie Josephine Eickmann Elka Fargotstein Rolinda Deane Bailey Delora Beth Blazek Frances Lee Cooper Nancy Jean Cotton Francis Ann Drake Roberta Lee House FACULTY MEMBERS Etelka S. Lynn Margaret Peck Lucy Rathbone Joanne M. Ravel MEMBERS Susan Harling Alice Virginia Huffington Martha Jee Carole Keeton McClellan Shirley Kay McKinley Mary Kathryn Miller SPRING INITIATES Maria Elinor Medina Margaret Ozella Pace JoAnn Kay Pankratz Sally A. Predock Susan Roberts Reed Helen Tackett Joann Thompson Joan Farquhar Warburton Rebecca Ann Reynolds Libba Shatto Janiece Belle Simmons Jane Stotts Virginia Anne Walker Judith Kathryn Whitehurst Elizabeth Fay Robertson Sally Christine Rundquist Patricia W. Rusch Martha Amelia Russell Barbara Word MORTAR BOARD is the national honorary society for senior women of American universities. The Visor Chapter was formed on the University campus in 1923. The Cornell University campus hosted the initial chapter which was started in 1918. At the close of the spring semester not less than five nor more than twenty-five members are chosen for member- ship on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service by the unanimous vote of members and advisors. A grade point average of 2.0 is also required. was Front Row: Huffington, Fargotstein, Whitehurst, McClellan, Burkhart, McKinley. Second Row: Cartson, Miller, Walker, Shatto, Allen, Simmons, Sunn. Page 155 ORANGE JACKETS OFFICERS President MARNA SUSAN TUCKER V ce-Presidenf EVA GAYLE MAXEY Secretary BETTYE SUE SWALES Treasurer NANCY JEAN COTTON Contacf Chairman MARIA ELINOR MEDINA Confacf Chairman, Fall PATRICIA ANN PATTERSON Confacf Chairman, Spring DINAH KAY HEISER Faculty Sponsor HELEN JANE FARABEE Patti Amanda Birge Carol Ray Bridges Ann Burrows Frances Lee Cooper Nancy Jean Cotton Elizabeth Anne Disch Francis Ann Drake MEMBERS Janet Lyn Galeener Suzy Catherine Hodges Eva Gayle Maxey Maria Elinor Medina Donna Sue Nelson Patricia Ann Patterson Sally A. Predock Arden Reed Susan Roberts Reed Patricia W. Rusch Margaret Smith Bettye Sue Swales Marna Susan Tucker Eleanor A. Tyler Linda Lucille Bieker Delora Elizabeth Blazek Bonnie Alyce Bryan Caren Maynett Cox Susan Chappell Ford Michelle Guillot Dinah Kay Heiser Surrenden Kay Hill Mary Kathryn Buss Donna Lucia Guess FALL INITIATES Phyllis Marie Kazen Cynthia Mae Miller Margaret Ozella Pace JoAnn Kay Pankratz Mary Manson Pulver Esther Mary Roberts Elizabeth Fay Robertson Dorothy Ray Rodgers Sally Christine Rundquist SPRING INITIATES Roberta Lee House Caroline Olson Patricia Jane Smith Judith Emily Schleyer Tommie Louise Sims Nancy Ellen Thrift Linda Suzanne Tixier Barbara Jean Tosch Jann Whitehead Susan Elizabeth Whitsit Barbara Word Judy Jean White Rebecca Annette Wood ORANGE JACKETS is composed of those girls of the sophomore and junior classes who are considered most representative. Eligibility is based on scholastic standing, qualities of leadership and all-round ability. The organization has no specialized field of work and is active in many projects of the University. Mem- bers are especially prominent in helping with campus elections and other such activities. Members are chosen by invitation in the form of " tapping, " which takes place in the fall and spring. ORANGE JACKETS was founded on the University campus in 1923. Poat 156 ROYAL SPIRIT COMMITTEE Co-Chairmen MARGARET OZELLA PACE . . EDGAR COVEY NASH REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA CHI OMEGA Mary Dwyce Engstrom Eddie Rebecca Maxey ALPHA DELTA PI Margaret Sue Dutton Sandee Gail Everts ALPHA EPSILON PHI Abigail Carol Glosserman Bonnie Belle Gray ALPHA PHI Mary Anne Herdman BETA THETA PI David Thomas Davenport Kenneth D. Starnes BAPTIST STUDENT UNION William Elam Mabry CHI OMEGA Isabell Smithers Mary Gayle Weber CROW ' S NEST Ron Cole Longwood DELTA DELTA DELTA Lyndal Lane Ankenman KAPPA ALPHA THETA Lynn Ann Alexander KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Jeriann Whitcomb LONGHORN BAND John Milton Crawford Jr. PHI MU. PI BETA PHI SIGMA DELTA TAU. TEXAS COWBOYS TEXAS UNION WHITEHALL CO-OPERATIVE. CHEERLEADERS. Barbara June Miller Victoria Lee Hunter Margaret Gray ...Marilyn Sue Hechtman Harriett Lynn Paine Jack Bethel Brown Dian Daniels Elwanda Sue Bourne Nona Marie Strange . . . .Edward Ralph Barron Frances Byrd Collins Jessica Royece Darling James Carroll Herring, Jr. Head Cheerleader Melaney Jean McAfee Edgar Covey Nash Margaret Ozella Pace Raymond Neil Rosenthal Mary Gayle Weber The ROYAL SPIRIT committee functions mainly in co-ordinating the activities of the various campus organizations so that school spirit will be increased. Representatives are chosen from the sororities, fraternities, and other organizations that would have interest in increasing school spirit. I Mem- teen Front Row; McAfee, Collins, Everts, Daniels, Miller, Hunter, Second Row; Engstrom, M. Gray, Herdman, Alexander, Paine, Glosserman, Weber, Hechtman, Ankenman. Third Row: Pace, Dutton, Maxey, B. Gray, Whitcomb, Smithers, Strange, Bourne, Darling, Nash. Fourth Row: Rosenthal, Barren, Brown, Longwood, Davenport, Crawford, Mabry, Starnes, Herring. Page 157 SCABBARD AND BLADE OFFICERS Captain First Lieutenant . . Second Lieutenant firsf Sergeanf. . . . . . .WILLIAM GREEN HANSHAW . . . .RODNEY CURTIS KOENIG . WILLARD EDWARD JOHNSON . . . .MICHAEL A. DOUGHERTY B Andrew Williams Bachofen Grant leroy Bigelow Sidney Kent Billue James La Voy Branton James Milton Bruner Raymond Dale Christian David Frazier Cloud Michael A. Dougherty Robert Francis Earhart Jon Edwin Ferguson Thomas Gray Godfrey Bailey Levin Guess Thomas Hamilton Richard Preston Breese John Maynard Chapman Pat English Clark John Casper Drolla, Jr. William Gilbert Fox Richard Lee Henshel James Joseph Jaros MEMBERS Benjamin G. Hammond William Green Hanshaw Jack Raymond Hinson Gary Chris Hilt John Scoggins Hollyfield Samuel B. Horton Willard Edward Johnson Jan Howard Julian George William Knebel Rodney Curtis Koenig Rudolph Vince Krueger James Monroe Kruse Richard Glenn Looney SPRING PLEDGES Jerry Lynn Leadbetter Robert Wallar Looney David Haywood Mangum Eugene Baines Manning Jerome Milton McChristian William Cameron McCulloch Ben John Marcak Dahl Marshall Joe Allen Mauldin Wilford D. McCann Jackson Lee McDaniel Charles Joseph Moritz Bruce Wade Nelson Roger F. Nelson John Turner O ' Banion, Jr. Darryl Dean Otto Charles Hubert Petri Perry Joe Radoff Joe Ramirez Eugene Warren McWhorter Steven George Mecham Charles R. Mitchell Russell Eugene Morrow Michael Wayne O ' Neil Milton Beverly Porter, Jr. Robert Mayo Richards Samuel Ira Rosson, Jr. Robert Henry Schmidt Frank Mills Shallene David Richard Torrealba Nathaniel Parker Turner Charles Joseph Vesely Herbert Weigl Kirk William Weinert Charles McDonald White Paul Andrew Wilbur Donald Lee Woods Jerry Carlton Price Arthur Joseph Schmidt Dennis Raymond Schmidt John Henderson Smither Terry Joe Witt Robert Darrel Yoder SCABBARD AND BLADE is the national honor society for outstanding cadets and midshipmen from the Army, Navy, and Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps of junior or senior rank. Nominees are selected by the active members on the basis of their leadership, potential, academic standing, and interest in their respective programs. The purpose of SCABBARD AND BLADE is to further the interest of the military service by promoting better understand- ing and co-operation between the armed services. The National Society of SCABBARD AND BLADE was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1904. The Texas Chapter, G Company, 8th Regiment, was founded in 1949. front ow- Colon ! Edward W Auit-n, Captain William T Adamt. Colonel George W. Porref. HantSaw. tomirer Second fow Koenig. Vrtler. Morcok. Bruner, JoHnjon We gl. Woodl. Torrtalba Thrrd ffow: Chrithan, Krueger. Billue, Ration. Hammond. Schmidt, Hinton fourth low; Petri, Morili. Radofl. Julian. Bronlon. rage 158 ' ftSttiJr. " iScrridt Wei 1 OI , " Weinert florid Mi,, Wilbur Price ( Sctaidl nondScrWrjt wi Snifc, lilt e; Voder Navy, and irs on the nderstand- s Chapter, SILVER SPURS Fall OFFICERS Spring WILLIAM NEAL KOCUREK President . . GEORGE DURDEN GIBBS, JR Vice-President TRAVIS ROY CRAWFORD Secrefary . . LOWELL STEPHEN FINK Treasurer . . CALVIN C. JITTER NOLEN Sponsor. . . , LOWELL STEPHEN FINK .WILLIAM CLAUDE DAVIDSON, JR. EUGENE BOYD SMITH THOMAS BEN CHADWICK . .CALVIN C. JITTER NOLEN Jack Russell Maguire Kenneth Newt Andrews Ronnie Dean Boyd Bob Casey, Jr. Scott La Rue Catalett Nathan Fred Cliett Maurice Edward Cowan John Milton Crawford, Jr. Travis Roy Crawford James Denny Dannenbaum William Claude Davidson, Jr. Thomas Ben Chadwick Robert L. Coffey Tom Crowell Laurence Samuel Johnson William Lynn Aaron Paul David Couch John Patrick Culpepper HONORARY MEMBERS Calvin C. Jitter Nolen MEMBERS Lowell Stephen Fink Michael Scott Fry George Durden Gibbs, Jr. Leon Norrod Graham Walter Tom Henson Robert Cameron Hightower David Kiker Hughes William Eugene Joor, III William Neal Kocurek Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr. Franklin William Maresh Robert Monroe May Curtis W. Meadows, Jr. Oliver Barr McClellan William Keith Miles Robert Marion Moore Richard L. Nelson, Jr. Maurice Samuel Olian Kirby William Perry Ellis Wynn Presson FALL INITIATES David Charles Kristynik Monte Vern Lee Arbon Jack Lowe Ferd Charles Meyer Edgar Covey Nash, Jr. Edward Bradford Pickett Arthur Louis Schechter SPRING INITIATES John Allen Genung Roger Lamar Gose Dick Hoskins Gregg, Jr. Mike Austin Hatchell Jeff Hayes Richard S. Cactus Pryor Luther Edward Scott, III Gerald Lee Sewell Joe Shannon, Jr. George William Smith Virgil Raymond Smith Peyton Lambeth Townsend Delber Boyce Turner Robert Hazen Walker William Louis Wayne Eugene Boyd Smith Robert Allen Venable William Gratz Woodford Magne Kristiansen Larry Lynn Schoenbrun SILVER SPURS is an honorary service organization for men which was founded at The University of Texas in 1938. New members are chosen by the group for scholarship, leadership and personal achievement. SIVLER SPURS is respon- sible for the upkeep of Bevo, as well as many other activities on the University campus. T-JlAlfe Bl Front Row: Sewell, Pickett, Nash, E. Smith, Hughes, Shannon, T. Crawford, Fink, Dannenbaum, J. Crawford, Gibbs. Second Row: Kristynik, Townsend, Davidson, Presson, Cowan, Wayne, May, Johnson, Meyer. Third Row.- G. Smith, Venable, Fry, Kocurek, Olian, Schechter. Fourth Row.- Woodlord, Chadwick, Cliett, V. Smith, Lee, Henson, Coffey, Miles, Lowe. Page 159 SPOOKS Fall BETTYE SUE SWALES PATRICIA ANN PATTERSON. CHRISTI Jo BROWN SALLY CHRISTINE SEIDERS. . MARY MANSON PULVER. . . MICHELLE GUIILOT NINA FRANCES FAULKNER. . SANDRA LEE ZIMMERMAN . . CATHERINE EMELIA OLSEN . OFFICERS President . . . . Vice-President. . . . Service Spirit Secretary Treasurer. Confacf Historian Royal Spirit Committee Spring . .SALLY CHRISTINE SEIDERS MICHELLE GUIILOT . .FRANCES RHENAE SHAFFER MAIDA SINGER SALLY ANNE LEHR .HELENA REBECCA FRENKIL . .MARY KATHLEEN WEAVER MARY TERRY HAUN . LINDA LANKFORD ROBINSON Margaret Joy Bland Christ! Jo Brown Charlene Butler Meta Camille Butler Susan Lee Campbell Maynett C. Cox Jo Ann Ebling Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Nina Frances Faulkner Debra Galoob Michelle Guillot Mary Kathryn Haynes Mary Jane Aston Barbara Claire Brookner Susan Brown Susan Ann Burton Faye Duckett Katye Jo Duderstadt Sharon Dianne Edmiston Pearl Feingold Glenda Ann Finkelstein Carol Fox Helena Rebecca Frenkil Mary Joann Blazek Corrie Ann Crofts Jessica Royece Darling Carol Jane Eads Gay Ferguson Margaret Gray Judy A. Hagood Victoria Lee Hunter Loyce Ann Katz Dana Kogan SPOOKS Nancy Carolyn Jones Pamela Ann King Myra Sue Krueger Jeanette Leonard Jo Anna Murray Catherine Emelia Olsen Nancee Ellen Parker Patricia Ann Patterson Mary Manson Pulver Virginia Ann Robinson FALL SPOOKLETTES Becky Lou Gross Lynn Newman Hadaway Mary Terry Haun Dorothy Jane Janecek Alice Claire Jones Ann Bryant Knickerbocker Sally Anne Lehr Linda Jo Maier Norma Elaine May Mary Evelyn Merritt Karen Sue Parker Jackalyn Rainosek SPRING SPOOKLETTES Sandra Paul Love Kathleen Diane Malick Ellen Jeanne McCaughan Sue Ellen McClellan Kenny Sue Mills Kathleen Fenley Frances Ann Nussbaum Donna Faye Oberpriller Veda Letitia Russell Sally Christine Seiders Frances Rhenae Shaffer Patricia Jane Smith Bettye Sue Swales Nancy Ellen Thrift Sally Elizabeth. Waddill Mary Jo White Patricia Arrington Wooten Sandra Lee Zimmerman Saundra Dean Raulston Linda Lankford Robinson Judith Susan Rosenthal Glenadine Russell Laura Ann Shuford Maida Singer Sharon E. Smith Mary Kathleen Weaver Jeriann Whitcomb Ethel Lowdon Wiley Terry Park Mary Beth Price Cynthia Lee Shoptaw Mary Katherine Smith Harriette Beth Stone Josephine Todd Mary Douglas Wilson Charlotte Ann Zimmerman SPOOKS is a service organization composed of three girls from each sorority and ten girls from the inde- pendent section of the campus. Members are chosen in the fall and spring from the girls in the freshman and sophomore classes that show great leadership potential for campus affairs. Po 8 . 100 TEXAS COWBOYS Fall OFFICERS JACK BETHEL BROWN CHARLES ROBERT NEBLETT. . . . SHANNON HARRISON RATLIFF. MONROE BEN NOWOTNY. . . WILLIAM EDWARD MATTHEWS. Spring . Foreman CHARLES ROBERT NEBLETT -Sfrawboss WILLIAM JOSEPH BAILEY Horse Wrangler JOE EDWARD STOELTJE . . . Shotgun ROBERT EARL GUP.WITZ . . .Camp Cook- WALTER JENNINGS TAYLOR Arthur Wesley Adams Jay Hoyland Arnette Andrew Williams Bachofen William Joseph Bailey James Earle Barden John Laurence Bell Jack Bethel Brown Robert Kenneth Burchard David Hutchison Burrow David AA. Carmichael Harold Dee Carter George Camp Chapman Michael Roll Cooper Michal Barry Gotten Dick Chote Preston Garret! Craig Robert E. Foster George Richard Settle Terry Doyt Dill Cal L. Donsky Richard Alan Fogel MEMBERS H. Maurice Doke Richard Oral Dove Larry S. Glazer Bailey Lovin Guess Robert Earl Gurwitz James Carroll Herring, Jr. Edward Robertson Hewlett William Davis Jordan Jerry Allan Katz Richard Page Keeton Henry Willard Lende, Jr. Donald Love Wallace Edwin Lowry Charles Theodore Lucas Rodney Harry Margolis Greg Newton Martin William Edward Matthews Morton H. Meyerson Drew H. Morris Jerry J. Nathan Charles Robert Neblett Benjamin Rush Norvell Monroe Ben Nowotny George Eugene Peacock John W. Pettijohn Joe Thomas Powell Shannon Harrison Ratliff FALL INITIATES Donnie Gene Lasiter William Taylor Lee, Jr. Michael McArthur Robert Gail Oliver, Jr. SPRING INITIATES Don Dale Isett Thomas Weir Labatt Rodney Curtis Koenig Robert Richard Lende Bruce Arlen Lipshy Alonzo Perry McWilliams John LeGory Murchison Carl Albert Nentwich James Everett Saxton, Jr. Thomas Edward Seekatz James E. Shillingburg Jack Davis Sides, Jr. Don Hargrove Smith Sidney H. Smith, III Sam Sparks Ronald Glen Steinhart Joe Edward Stoeltje Walter Jennings Taylor Herbert David Weitzman James T. Willerson Donald Lee Woods Franklin Ace Pickens Joe Thomas Powell Sam Ira Rosson David Dee Russell William Darrell Willerson, Jr. Terry Mitchell Wilson Members are selected for COWBOYS on the basis of leadership, ability, campus accomplishments, and scholastic standing. To be eligible for membership a student must have completed at least his first year in the University. The COWBOYS came into existence in 1922 when the need for a men ' s service organization, dedicated to an ideal service on the campus, became apparent. It has since been one of the most coveted honors in the University. Front Row: Norvell, McArthur, Burrow, Doke, Pickens, Margolis, Glazer, J. Willerson. Second Row: Stoeltje, Burchard, Carter, Neblett, Woods, Chote, Jeanne Mctain, Weitzman, S. Smith, Taylor, Lucas, Saxton. Third Row-. Jordan, Gurwitz, Morris, Matthews, Cooper, Brown, Dove, Sparks, Powell, Martin, Katz, Oliver, Craig, Cotfen. Page 161 DADS ' DAY AWARDS Each year on Dads ' Day the Dads ' Association of The University of Texas presents an award to the Most Outstanding Girl and Most Outstanding Boy at the University. Selection is based on lead- ership, scholarship, and service to the University. This year the awards went to Mary Kay Miller and Maurice Samuel Olian. Mary K y Miller, Mr. J. B. Heath, Maurice Samuel Olian fog. U MIKE FLYNN AWARD John M. Crawford, Judge Olin Culberson The Mike Flynn Citizenship Award is ' presented each year at Swing Out to the male student who most nearly " fills Mike Flynn ' s shoes. " Selection is based on service and extracurricular activities. This year Judge Olin Culberson presented the award to John M. Crawford. The Mike Flynn Award is sponsored by Interfraternity Council and Inter-Co-Operative Council. Page 163 John M. Crawford, JoAnn Pankratz SILVER SPUR AWARD The award for the Most Outstanding Senior Woman Stu- dent was presented at Swing Out to Carole Keeton McClellan by Bill Davidson. Silver Spurs sponsors this award given for leadership, academic achievement, and service to the University. MARJORIE DARELIK AWARD The award for the Most Outstanding Independent Woman Student, the AAarjorie Darelik Memorial Award, was pre- sented this year to JoAnn Pankratz by John M. Crawford, president of Inter-Co-Operative Council. This award, presented at Swing Out, is given for outstand- ing scholarship, service, and extracurricular activities. Bill Davidion, Carol Ketlon McClellan fay 164 K 3S p fe . Crawford, ' " Wand, ities, J om pu Hdlftime, Homecoming Game T ir v. ' V , w n i -I i Iff A Limelight Features Student Government and Publications Athletics Page 165 r ' f 7 Oi y jaule of Jnc Ijniver itu of J toy IM Cjoise lAJinon KJracuenriage ' fjfurbonnet (J3ct(c Koflicfie rJLunnc Xjfucoonnef KJritr ' Iflarllia C ay -J ohcrnot l J ucoonnc r a O in or lilt ' ttina ra Jjana r)f I fcfuebonnct MARILYN EDITH ALLEN DELORA BETH BLAZEK MARY MARGARET BATES COLLEEN COPELAND NANCY BETH JOHNSON Pag. 178 ntt I , l - iuebonnet PHYLLIS MARIE KAZEN EMILY NEECE NANCY JANE NELSON MARNA SUSAN TUCKER VIRGINIA ANNE WALKER Page 179 SUZY CATHERINE HODGES MARGARET OZELLA PACE Pog. 180 mmi MARIA ELINOR MEDINA SANDRA HOPE SABEAN Page 181 omineeS Delora Beth Blazek Ann Burrows Nancy Jean Cotton Francis Ann Drake Susan Chappell Ford Janet Lyn Galeener Michelle Guillot Suzy Catherine Hedges Anita G. Jordan Phyllis Marie Kazen Eva Gayle Maxey Melaney Jean McAfee Maria Elinor Medina Margaret Ozella Pace Karen Sue Parker Yvonne Price Betty Ann Rhodes Elizabeth Fay Robertson Sandra Hope Sabean Bettye Sue Swales Linda Tixier Mama Susan Tucker Eleanor A. Tyler Mary Gayle Weber Jann Whitehead it: d5tueb onne t Marilyn Edith Allen Betty Louise Askew Mary Jane Aston Barbara Lou Babione Kate Sydney Badash Brenda Sue Barden Mary Margaret Bates Sherry Virginia Benn Linda Jean Bettell Delora Beth Blazek Judy Kay Boland Kay Campbell Bonner Eloise Wilson Brackenridge Mary E. Brickman Carol Ray Bridges Molly Ann Brooks Stephanie Jana Buchanan Susan Ann Burton Nancy Ann Chapman Caroline Chappell A. Maxine Chase Ann Chiles Carol Dashiell Cockrell Nancy Kay Cole Kay Andrea Coleman Colleen Copeland Helen Pat Dayvault Dana Adriana de Ridder Deanne Marye Dimmitt Patsy Anne Drury Joan Taylor Dunlap Elizabeth Ellen Elkins Carolyn Frances Evans Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Carol Barbara Feld Ginny Finn Barbara Nell Fountain Beverly Ann Gibson Mary Ella Graham Michelle Guillot Delia Mae Henderson Marilyn Gail Henley Surrenden Kay Hill Suzy Catherine Hodges Rochelle Lynne Hoffman Patricia Ann Hooper Marcelle Houston Janne Elizabeth Isely Elizabeth Ruth Johnson Judy Lee Johnson Linda Jean Johnson Nancy Beth Johnson Phyllis Marie Kazen Janis Lynn Kneblik Martha Gay Kokernot Jeanine Marie LeBlanc So ndra Jane Lerner Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn Katheryn Sue Lewis Martha Ann Marks Judith Kay Matthews Melaney Jean McAfee Judith Ann Maxwell Maria Elinor Medina Sue Frances Mueck Emily Neece Donna Sue Nelson Nancy Jane Nelson Ella Jane Noyes Kathryn Phoebe Odom Patti Oliver Caroline Olson Martha Elizabeth Overstreet Margaret Ozella Pace Harriet Lynn Paine Carol Jean Patterson Kylene Perry Fredell Ann Pinkenson Mary Jo Ponsford B. Carolyn Porter Linda Marguerite Porter Mary Jane Pratscher Mary Manson Pulver Dorothy Ray Rodgers Patricia W. Rusch Sandra Hope Sabean Carole Yetta Sadovnick Mary Louise Salmon Marsha Eileen Saxe Jeanne Louise Sears Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Harriet Schoch Phyllis Ruth Schwartz Sarna Shalette Hetta Shell Carolyn Martha Short Gay Barbara Sim Muriel Smith Patsy Anne Smith Margaret Streckmann Sandra Lynn Stolz Linda Tixier Marna Susan Tucker Miley Frances Tucker Virginia Anne Walker Judy Jean White Jeriann Whitcomb Jann Whitehead Barbara Jane Yonker Sem -F ' na isf Finalist Page 183 Uhe IJen r oJ O eautifui front tow. Delia Mot Htndtrton, Jvdy Carol Blt $ cond ffow Martha Gay Kokunoi, Sarah Jociton Hclmi, Ida (. Raffa lli, Btvt ' ty Ann Fhrrd ffow Bctly Jont Htiniohn, Bvtt!y Joan Lopcr. Bocfc tow Mary Sharp Sways . Bonnit Elaine Rodg n. Pog. 164 JAYNE ALEXANDER JAYNE ALEXANDER Most Beautiful Freshman JUDY CAROL BLYE Finalist BARBARA BURT Finalist LINDA LANKFORD ROBINSON Finalist BONNIE ELAINE RODGERS Finalist JUDY CAROL BLYE BARBARA BURT Page 185 BONNIE ELAINE RODGERS The Outstanding Students were chosen by a committee composed of the Dean of Student Life, Assistant Dean of Men, Dean of Women, Daily Texan Editor, President of the Students ' Association, Cactus Editor, and Cactus Associate Editor. In choosing the twenty-six students named to the honor, the committees considered all aspects of stu- dent achievement. Grades and the individual ' s standing in his or her school and department were two of the important factors considered. The committee, however, felt that to be outstanding, the student must be judged on the basis of what he or she has done in the way of service and effort for The University of Texas. The selection of Goodfellows was based on unselfish and continual service to The University of Texas. The name " Goodfellow " most accurately describes each of these people, for they are indeed Goodfellows. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS km ANN ELLEN ARMSTRONG Delta Delia Delta, Orange Jackets, AFROTC Sponsor, Angel Flight, Panhellenic, Student Co-Chairman Round-Up 1961, Faculty-Student Discipline Committee, Sweetheart Nominee, Spooks, Blanton Advisors Vice-President, Co-Chairman Campus Chest, RIL, Union Committees, Freshman Council. DELORA ELIZABETH BLAZEK Zeta Tau Alpha Vice-President, Orange Jackets, Newman Club, Union Leadership Committee Chairman, Union Executive Vice- President, Co-Chairman Campus Chest, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Faculty-Student Discipline Committee, Sum- mer Orientation, Summer Assembly, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Freshman Council Upperclass Advisor, All Campus Advisors. _ NANCY JEAN COTTON Pi Beta Phi President, Orange Jackets Treasurer, Spooks, Alpha Lambda Delta Vice-President, All Campus Advisors, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, NSA Delegate, Sweetheart Nominee, Junior Fellow, Campus Chest Steering Committee, Freshman Council. PAUL DAVID COUCH Tejas Club, Silver Spurs, Friars, Alpha Phi Omega President, AFROTC Battalion Commander, Arnold Air Society, Texas Union Council President, Union Talent Committee Chairman, Freshman Orientation Leader, Election Commission Chairman. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS I, Newnin Club, i Eiecutw Vice- sidwl (won ' ! CoranittK, Sav Kl Itllt Mil, mpui Advto. KEITH KOHN COX Alpha Phi Omega, Beta Alpha Psi, Sigma lota Epsilon, Omicron Chi Epsilon, American Marketing Association, American Sta- tistical Association, Union Board of Directors, Graduate As- semblyman, NSA Delegate, Discipline Committee, Texas Stu- dent Publications Board of Directors. JOHN MILTON CRAWFORD, JR. Friars, Delta Sigma Pi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Inter-Co-Operative Council President, Mike Flynn Award, Business Administration Council President, Silver Spurs, Longhorn Band Business Manager, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Central Round-Up Committee, Goodfellow, Union and Student Gov- ernment Committees. Page 187 JAMES DENNY DANNENBAUM Beta Theta Pi Vice-President, Friars, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma President, Silver Spurs Executive Council, Representative Party Chairman, Student Engineering Council Chairman, Senior Cabinet, American Society of Chemical Engineers, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, Engi- neering Assemblyman, Student Association Vice-President, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Texas Student Publications Board of Directors, NSA Delegate, Orientation Leader, Discipline Committee, Freshman Council Steering Committee, Leadership Seminar Chairman, Forty OUTSTANDING STUDENTS MARIE JOSEPHINE EICKMANN Phi Mu Activities Chairman and Reporter, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Theta Sigma Phi, Orange Jackets Contact Chairman, Kappa Tau Alpha, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Presi- dent Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Central Round-Up Committee, NSA Delegate, Texas Student Leader Seminar in Chile, 1960-61 Daily Texan Editor, Lutheran Student Association, Jesse Jones, George Brackenridge, David B. Warren and Gail Borden Scholarships in Journalism. if 1 jwet, JMIttl LEON NORROD GRAHAM Delta Tau Delta Treasurer, Silver Spurs, Sigma Delta Chi, Daily Texan Editorial Assistant and Acting Editor, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, Co-Chairman Freshman Orientation, Co-Chairman Operation Brainpower, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Texas Student Publications Board of Directors, NSA Regional Vice-Chairman, NSA National Executive Committee, Jesse Jones Journalism Scholarship, Union Executive Council, Round-Up Steering Committee, Campus Chest Steering Com- mittee, Freshman Council Upperclass Advisor. WALTER TOM HENSON Acacia Social Chairman, Silver Spurs President, Interfraternity Council President, Central Round-Up Committee, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Faculty-Student Discipline Commit- tee, Campus Chest Steering Committee, Alternate Associate Justice of Student Court, Young Democrats, Honors Day, Orientation, and Swing Out Steering Committee, Delegate to National Interfraternity Conference. tttst Will Pog. 181 LAURENCE SAMUEL JOHNSON Delta Upsilon Corresponding Secretary, Silver Spurs, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Friars, Sigma Delta Pi, Faculty-Student Cabinet, International Commission Chairman, Swing Out Committee, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Fulbright Scholar, Texas Student Leader Seminar in Chile. GEORGE PHILIP KAZEN Friars, Grand Chancellor of Law School, Phi Delta Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Area Commander of Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Texas Law Review Casenote Editor and Symposium Editor, Newman Club, Associate Justice of Student Court, Discipline Committee, Stu- dent Assembly, Student-Faculty Committee, Law School Board of Governors, Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key, Cadet and Drill Team Commander AFROTC. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS ARSON JACK LOWE Lambda Chi Alpha Social Chairman, Silver Spurs, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi, Interfraternity Council, 1962 Ranger Editor, Y Cabinet, Round-Up Publicity Chairman, International Commission, Freshman Council Upper- class Advisor, Texas Student Leader Seminar in Chile, Jesse Jones and Public Affairs Reporting Journalism Scholarships, Goodfellow, Daily Texas News Editor, Campus Chest Steering Committee, George W. Brackenridge Scholarship. EVA GAYLE MAXEY Alpha Chi Omega Rush Chairman, Orange Jackets Vice- President, Angel Flight, Panhellenic Council President, Round- Up Steering Committee, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Orientation Steering Committee, University Sweetheart, Blue- bonnet Belle, Goodfellow, Texas Student Leader Seminar in Chile, AFROTC Sponsor, Student Government and Union Com- mittees. Page 189 AAARIA ELINOR MEDINA Alpha Chi Omega Political Chairman, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Delta Phi, Spooks, Orange Jackets Contact Chairman, Uni- versity Religious Council, Executive Council Newman Club, All Campus Advisors, Freshman Council Upperclass Advisor, Secretary of Students ' Association, Discipline Committee, Junior Fellow, Mechanical Engineering Sweetheart, University Sweetheart Finalist, Bluebonnet Belle, Texas Student Leader Seminar in Chile. MARY KAY MILLER Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board Vice-president, Pi Sigma Alpha, Panhellenic Council, Orientation-Visitation Chairman, Dads ' Day Award, Orange Jackets Secretary, All Campus Advisors, Y Co-Chairman of Program Council, NSA Delegate, Union Committees. tana OUTSTANDING STUDENTS JAMES CHARLES MOESER Pi Kappa Lambda President, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha- Sinfonia, Y Cabinet, Fine Arts Assemblyman, Legislative Com- mission, Young Democrats, University Religious Council. MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN Tau Delta Phi President, Sigma Delta Chi Vice-President, Silver Spurs, Students ' Association President, Students ' Asso- cation Vice-President, President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Texas Student Publications Board of Director Chairman, Union Board Chairman, Dads ' Day Award, Daily Texan News Editor, Chairman of Campus Chest. I- Cm joa. ' van Pag. 190 y, All Cmpui ' , NSA Megan, CAROL ALICE PROUTY Gamma Phi Beta Scholarship Chairman, 1961 Cactus Editor, American Institute of Decorators, Student Affiliate, Reagan Literary Society, Home Economics Club, Texas Student Publica- tions Board of Directors, Student Government Committees. JOHN DOUGLAS REICHERT Lambda Chi Alpha Rituals, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Representative Party Steering Committee, Texas Student Publications Board of Directors, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Upperclass Advisor of Freshman Council, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, Union Committees, National Science Foundation Fellowship. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS li VWtaideit :. . t ' ;. ' Aiiofy Cabinet, iblicjfan W man, Did! 1 Diy ifCmpnOwt. ELIZABETH FAY ROBERTSON Chi Omega Records Chairman, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Orange Jackets, All Campus Advisors Secretary-Treasurer, Wesley Foundation, Texas Union Council, Student-Faculty Committee Chairman, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, President Ran- som ' s Advisory Cabinet, Dwight D. Book Scholarship. PATRICIA W. RUSCH Alpha Gamma Delta President, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Alpha Chi Reporter, Theta Sigma Phi, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Most Outstanding Beginning Girl Journalist, Daily Texan News Editor and Feature Editor, Panhellenic Council, Uni- versity Symphony Orchestra, Student Government Committees, Jesse Jones Journalism Scholarship. Page 191 ARTHUR LOUIS SCHECHTER Phi Sigma Delta Historian and Campus Affairs Chairman, Silver Spurs, Alpha Phi Omega, Chilean Relief Drive Chair- man, Orientation leader, Co-Chairman of Campus Chest, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, Human Relations Commission, Round-Up Steering Committee, Discipline Committee, Fresh- man Council Upperclass Advisor, Union Central Co-ordinating Board. JANIECE BELLE SIMMONS Delta Gamma President, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board Editor, Phi Alpha Theta, PanheJIenic Coun. cil, Y Senior Cabinet, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Good- fellow, University of Texas Graduate Fellow, Spooks, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, Daily Texan Editorial Assistant. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS BETTYE SUE SWALES Gamma Phi Beta President, Spooks President, Orange Jackets Secretary, Theta Sigma Phi Treasurer, Daily Texan Editorial Assistant, Arts and Sciences Assemblyman, Texas Student Publications Board of Directors Secretary, Round-Up Steering Committee, Freshman Council Upperclass Advisor, Varsity Carnival Co-Chairman, Editor of New Students Edition of The Daily Texan. YOGI PAUL VOHRA Alpha Phi Omega, Model United Nations, Y Honorary Service Committee Chairman, International Commission, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma lota Epsilon, Sigma Xi, Indian Students Asso- ciation President, Society for the Advance of Management, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 192 ALICE E. ADAMS Honmy Service mission, Pi lay in Slwfenls AiSfr ol Management, JAMES LA VOY BRANTON CAROLYN SAGE ALLEN ELOISE WILSON BRACKENRIDGE GOODFELLOWS NATHAN FRED CLIETT RONALD D. COHEN TOM CROWELL Poge 193 JAMES HUDSON DUDLEY ROBERT JOHN FAHEY JANET LYN GAIEENER GOODFELLOWS ROBERTA LEE HOUSE t I EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT PHYLLIS MARIE KAZEN DANIEL KUBIAK SUE FRANCES MUECK Pogt 1 4 DONALD PATRICK MYERS CHARLES ROBERT NEBLETT MONROE BEN NOWOTNY MARGARET OZELLA PACE GOODFELLOWS JOANN KAY PANKRATZ EDWARD BRADFORD PICKETT ALFRED GERALD PLATT ELLIS WYNNE PRESSON Page 195 YVONNE PRICE HOYT HUGHES PURVIS JUDITH EMILY SCHLEYER REBECCA ANN REYNOLDS MARTHA AMELIA RUSSELL GOODFELLOWS EUGENE BOYD SMITH BARBARA JEAN TOSCH DIANNE TREADAWAY Pog 196 MARNA SUSAN TUCKER FEATURES Page 197 Alpha Gamma Delta brews " joy juice " for ru hee . FALL RUSH BEGINS NEW SCHOOL YEAR During the week before Freshman Orientation, Fall Rush is a whirl of parties with friendship and skits high- lighting the week ' s activities. Through this week life is one big handshake and one big hug with each house offer- ing its best. Rush Week is climaxed on Sunday afternoon by the presentation of bids in the Union Ballroom and excited new pledges rush out to be welcomed by their sisters. Mary Taylor and Susan VanWinkle perform in Alpha Phi ' s skit, " Swiss Toy Shop. " On the firt day of formal ruth, the boyt receive name fags. Phi Kappa Sigma entertain! rutheet with card garnet and joker fog. 700 . I WELCOME ilGIVIACHlS n r fltb lEMALlELDi Actives anxiously await their new pledges! Fountain parties seem to be the climax of Rush Week. BOYS ' RUSH MORE CASUAL Fraternity Rush is very casual and stresses informal bull sessions and card games rather than organized entertain- ment. After this week of meeting fraternity men, the rushees go to Gregory Gym to receive their bids. The actives gather to greet their new pledges and reward them for their good judgement by a dunking in Littlefield Fountain. Page 201 REGISTRATION-FIRST FOOTBALL GAME SET TEMPO Registration and the game with Tech, first of this season, introduced the scholastic and social sides of the University. Registration, so well organized and regimented at first, turns to mass confusion as students pass beyond their sectionizers. Distraught students, old and new, pleading for the classes they want and constantly haunted by closing sections, eventually win through to the stage where they stand in line to pay for the privilege of receiving a schedule. The excitement of a first college game represents the lighter side of college life. Freshmen can talk for the first time about their teams and their school; and afterwards, proudly say " We won I " Mike Williamson shows Freshmen Judy Evettt and Nancy Monday their way. Kay Ehlert goet through the drudgery of registration. Pogt J03 UT and Texas Tech cheerleaders frat during half time. Peggy and Mary Gayle instruct cheerleader candidates. The long wait for OU date tickets begins. Ed Barren does a flip as the UT score climbs. Sue Hartgrove and Ann Finegan packing to take off for the long OU week-end. Pog. 204 O.U. HIGHLIGHTS FALL ACTIVITIES Traditionally the UT vs. OU game is second only to the UT vs. A M game in importance. Certainly the week-end in Dallas is the high point of fall social life. Enthusiastic students from both schools besiege and conquer Dallas, singing and shouting in the downtown streets the night before the game. Saturday afternoon, the mighty Long- horns made it three in a row over Bud Wilkinson ' s Sooners, booming them by a score of 24-0. Other activi- ties, such as Pledge Line which introduces the new sorority pledges to the males on campus, and the election of new Student Assemblymen, took up time and attention. Gamma Phi ' s entertain at pledge line. Fall elections bring students to the election polls. Poge 205 President-elect Kennedy has a brief stop-over in Austin. Pretty Gloria de Haven was on the Bob Hope agenda. Shelley Berman takes time out for autographs. Pogt 204 The Brothers Four perform for a very enthusiastic UT audience. CELEBRITIES VISIT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Top entertainment is offered throughout the year to UT students and to the people of Austin in general. Certainly the most noted visitor to Austin in the fall of 1960 was John Fitzgerald Kennedy, at the rime campaigning hard for the office he now holds. From the entertainment field came comedians Bob Hope and Shelley Berman, glamorous Gloria de Haven, and the very popular Brothers Four. Being election year, Bob Hope chooses the loveliest cabinet members to be found. Page 207 Before the SMU game, the Hospitality Committee greets the visiting team. DADS ' DAY Dads ' Day, October 29, featured the official opening of the new Student Union. Union committees and service organizations worked overtime to welcome the guests, who were busy with sight-seeing and picture taking. At the UT-SAAU game that afternoon, the University ' s Home-coming Game, the Outstanding Boy and Girl of 1960, Maurice Olian and Mary Kay Miller, were presented. Dr. G. B. Heath is pictured with Outstand- ing Boy and Girl, Maurice Olian and Mary Kay Miller. 1 . J Cutting the ribbon for the opening of the new Union is Mrs. Jean Casper, Dr. C. C. Colvert, and President Harry Ransom. mice Me lurice UT Dads are assisted in registering by the Orange Jackets. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Dickey have their picture taken with daughter, Claire. Page 209 " Shine for a Dime " is a bargain given by these two lovely co-eds. CAMPUS Silver Spur Rowels and Alpha Delta Pi pledges sponsor a car wash during the Campus Chest drive. Auctioning of pledge classes brings a crowd to the Union steps. CHEST CAMPUS CHEST ANNUAL DRIVE Pledge class auctions, shoe shines, car washes, Dimes Day, Chestcapades, and the Miss Campus Chest and Ugly Man contests were among the money raising projects which occupied students during the week of the Campus Chest Drive. Co-chairmen Beth Blazek and Butch Schechter, and the many others who participated, helped push this year ' s contributions far beyond the originally set goal. " We made it, " shouts co-chairman Beth Blazek and Butch Schechfer upon reaching their goal. " Beauty and the Beast " - - Campus Chest climaxes with the announcement of Bon- nie Gray, Miss Campus Chest, and Jerry Katz, Ugly Man. AGGIES SIGNS SPARK During the week preceding the traditional Thanksgiving Day game with A M, signs sprang up around the University campus with such legends as " Aig ' Em Giggles, " in addition to the more traditional mottoes. Delta Tau Delta ' s tign winning " Mot Unique. " " West Comical " award went to Delta Sigma Phi ' t ' Bevo ' s Aggie Date Bureau. ' ONE J L ACME TLA5IP TERRORIZED Wf Aggie tign of lambda Chi Alpha won " Beit Fraternity. " " Beit Sorority " lign wai won by Phi Mu. MINSTRI .S UT SPIRIT The Longhorns, as usual, " Hooked " their arch foes by the score of 21-14. Another event of the late fall was the Cowboy Minstrels, where this year ' s Cowboy Sweetheart was pre- sented. " Best All-Round " went to Phi Kapp Tau. Royal Co-Op won " Best Club " award Aggie Bonfire climaxes preparation for the Turkey Day game. New Cowboy Sweetheart Kay Lewis, Delta Delta Delta, is presented at the Cowboy Minstrels. Page 213 Dancers entertain at the " Scheherazade " sponsored by the Organization of Arab Students. Sigma Phi Epsilon ' s Gordon Delaney and Kappa Alpha Theta ' t Cay Womack hug each other proudly displaying their first place Sing- Song trophies. Jayne Alexander, Most Beautiful Freshman, and John Cope, President of Freshman Council, pose after receiving their honors. fog. 214 UT students show blanket taxes as they enter the gate to see the Alabama Game. SING-SONG AND BLUEBONNET BOWL FORM PRELUDE TO HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES Sing Song ' s spectacular costumes and beautiful voices were displayed in December at the University. The annual Greek event was won this year by Sig Ep, singing " Let Thy Holy Presence " and by Theta presenting " The Bells of Saint Mary ' s. " On December 13, Alabama ' s Crimson Tide held the Longhorns to a 3-3 tie at the Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston before a crowd of 68,000 fans. December 14, a minor upheaval in another phase of campus life politics was climaxed by the resignation of Student Body President Cameron Hightower from office, due to his courses having dropped below the minimum hours-per-semester requirement for student government officials. Freshman honors were announced by the Freshman Council on December 16. John Cope, Steve Bercu, and Muff Singer were newly elected officers, and Jayne Alexander was selected Freshman Beauty. Irwin Spear was elected Favorite Professor. Fourteen outstanding freshmen, active on the Council and in other phases of campus life, were also honored at the Council ' s annual banquet. Two days later, Theta Sigma Phi, national women ' s journalism fra- ternity, announced the Ten Most Beautiful for 1960-61. The final " Ten Most " were chosen by Hollywood star Pat Boone from photographs of the twenty-five finalists. The Bluebonnet Bowl game is filled with excitement as the University students cheer for the Texas team. Page 215 At the University Chorus provides background music, Tom Crowell tails the Christmas story. HOLIDAY SPIRIT COVERS CAMPUS Jay Kanter, Tau Delta Phi, plots a course home at the planning board in the Texas Union. With the holiday spirit everywhere, social and traditional activities were at a winter high during the weeks before Christmas vacation. Trees, presents, cards, and decora- tions appeared around the campus; dorms and co-ops sported cheerful greetings in almost every window. The University Chorus presented its annual program on the Main Mall with Christmas stories and music. Many fra- ternities and sororities held their major social function of the year, and Alpha Chi Omega ' s " Toys for Tots " cam- paign brought in many Christmas presents for those Austin children who otherwise might have had an empty stocking. A darker side of the holidays, the daily traffic safety warnings which appeared in the Texan, and the tentative final exam schedule which was printed a few days before Christmas brought a grim warning of books and midnight oil for ' 61 . Pogt 216 At Zeta ' s annual Big Sis-Little Sis Christmas party, Mary Glen Maxwell gazes upon the presents. Food cans by the thousands collected by Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and Pi Beta Phi sorority will enable an Austin family of eleven to remain together. Page 217 II Carefully taken notes teem so difficult to understand when they are read with tired and bleary eyes. EXAMS AND CHILEAN STUDENTS ARRIVE AT U. T. Friday the 13th of January ominously ushered in Dead Week and then final examinations. Lights burned late and dust was brushed from neglected books. Grimacing students with bloodshot eyes sipped coffee constantly, or perhaps took time off to watch Texas battle A M in one of the first basketball games of the season. Somehow, almost everyone managed to survive and began to look towards brighter days. Chilean exchange students arrived for a month-long visit to U. T. and for reunions with friends they had met the previous summer in Chile. Warm welcoming parties, tours, and other entertainment, as well as a general view of campus life, were provided for them before their return home. This was the third year of exchange between Chilean and University students. Other news-making events during January included two fires, one at the University Co-Op and the other at Blanton Dormitory. To the average student, various constructions and excavations around campus, and the detours they necessi- tated, were a major nuisance and even proved hazardous. In the excitement of the Texas-A M basketball game, worries over final exams are forgotten, for the time being anyway. Becky Reynolds, Secretary of the Students ' Association, receives a warm " abrazo " from Chilean Jose Jara on his arrival in Austin, as other Chilean participants, Ana Maria Gimenez and Professor Luis Capurro and Dolores Silva, International office administrative assistant, look on. Becky was a member of the Texas delegation to Chile in 1960. The Samba draws Alpha Chi Omega Elly Medina and Chilean Sergio Gus- man to the dance floor at the Alpha Chi Omega formal, which all the participants from Chile attended. late and perhaps everyone met the f campus University t Blanton necessi- " Big Bertha " passes in front of the Inaugural stand during her January trip to Washington, D. C. At the student-faculty Apple Polishing Party, John Brewer hand Dr. Leon a well-polished apple. Pogi 730 AWARDS, ACTIVITIES SPARK WINTER " Big Bertha, " the world ' s largest drum, and her proud owner, the Longhorn Band, traveled to Washington to lead the Texas contingent in President Kennedy and Vice-President Johnson ' s inaugural parade January 20. Bertha and the band also made several " good will " stops across the country before and after the parade. The All Sports Banquet in mid-January honored the University ' s outstanding athletes. Monte Lee carried off two of the six awards for football players, and David Kristynik, Drew Morris, and Jim Bob Moffett were also honored. James (Doc) Willerson, a member of the swimming team, won an award as the senior athlete with the highest grade average during his University career. At the close of the month, the departure of mid-term graduates and the enrollment of new students re- moved many familiar faces from the campus and brought many new ones. A special face, new to many but not to all, was that of Spanish guitarist Carlos Montoya, who visited U. T. briefly during his stay in Austin. His per- formance at Hogg Auditorium not only pleased his fans but won him many new admirers. Outstanding athletes Drew Morris and Jim Willerson on the front row and David Kristynik, Jim Bob Moffett and Monte Lee on the back row were presented awards at the twenty-sixth annual All Sports Banquet. Page 221 FEBRUARY BRINGS REGISTRATION Gregory Gym was the scene of the first major event of February and also of the spring semester registration, which extended from January 31 to Feburary 3. The chaotic scene was familiar, if unwelcome to old students, and thoroughly confusing to new freshmen and transfers. During the same week, Lynn Ashby resigned his position as Ranger editor, giving as his reason " censorship " problems, and thereby reviving the controversial issue of student responsibility versus faculty supervision. Tryouts were held for Round-Up Revue and a final cast selected. The next week, Valentine ' s Day brought many memories and the cold rainy air seemed warm with visits, cards, and best wishes exchanged. February 23, was the deadline for filing for the spring student elections and thus was a prelude to a good deal more excitement and activity. " Howie, " a comedy about a brilliant boy who did not want to conform to social standards, was presented by the Drama Department. Besides ' Howie, ' February was highlighted by several visiting celebrities. Academy Award winner Eva Marie Saint came to Austin early in the month for the Headliner ' s Club Award banquet and was honored at a reception held by her sorority sisters at the Delta Gamma house. Also, Dave Brubeck ap- peared at Municipal Auditorium and before his concert gave autograph hounds a heyday when he appeared at the University Co-op. Eva Marie Saint chatt with sorority sitters Barbara Ann Watts, Riki Krezdorn, Bonnie Bryan, left, and Paula Waggoner and Janne Isely, right, during a reception given in her honor by Delta Gamma Sorority. Fog 27? couple and sweet thoughts. " Howie, " a comedy, was presented by the UT Department of Drama. Page 223 After hearing the tudent election reult. President-elect Maurice Olian wave! to the cheering crowd below. At the APO ' i tally the election reiulti, excited supportert yell for their candidate. Pog. 724 The Army ROTC fires upon the Kappa Sigma " garrison " during the annual Texas Independence Day celebration. SPRING BRINGS INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION AND ELECTIONS In keeping with a tradition begun three years ago, the Kappa Sigs and Army ROTC battled for Independence in front of students, faculty members, and visitors. The Kappa Sigs fired a volley from two cannons and a motley collection of rifles, shotguns, and pistols after each speech. When the Army (Texas) artillery fired cannon salutes the Kappa Sigs (Mexicans) blasted back and occasionally dropped a dummy over the balcony of their " garrison. " Ceremonies ended with a 14 gun salute from Army ROTC cannons but the Kappa Sigs continued to fire back for a few minutes. They finally capitulated by waving a pillow case from their stronghold. Posters, speeches, and promises highlighted the Spring student government election. Hundreds of students watched the election results being posted on the vast election board until the wee hours of the morning. In the run-off, Jim Dannenbaum and Maurice " Mo " Olian fought it out for the presidential spot with Mo winning with a narrow 224 votes. In a still narrower run-off, Hoyt Purvis defeated Leon Graham with a margin of only 17 votes. Along with elections the TSP Board appointed Jack Lowe, Ranger editor for 1961-62. The Turtle Club presented its annual Spring aquatic show with 27 University water belles performing synchro- nized swimming compositions built around the show ' s theme, " Safari. " A diving exhibition and a dance presentation by the Orchesis Club was also featured at the show. Members of the Turtle Club present their spring show, " Safari, " to an admiring audience. Page 225 At the International Club Costume Dance members wear their native dress. The Festival which preceded the Dance had many wonderful performers; the Japanese dancers being one of the best. Pog. ?J6 The Trio Colombia and visiting Soviet students entertain several hundred people at the International Club ' s dance honoring the USSR visitors. INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL, MODEL UN ASSEMBLY The International Dance Festival was held at Hogg Auditorium with fourteen countries repre- sented. The Model UN assembly had over 275 delegates representing 68 countries, the students were from Texas and Oklahoma Universities. The Assembly was sponsored by The University of Texas YMCA-YWCA and the International Commission in connection with the collegiate council for the United Nations. Dr. Frank P. Graham, a United Nations staff member, was the main speaker for the session. Angel Flight, which is the co-ed auxiliary to the Arnold Air Society, named their first pledges as a new organization on the campus. The last on the schedule of the Cultural Entertainment Committee ' s programs featured Roger Williams in the presentation of " An Evening With You. " Twelve University students, hosts to our visitors from Russia, officially welcomed them on April 25th. Later in the week, a University wide reception was held by the International Club in the Texas Union. UN Assembly members during one of the many discussion periods at the two day meeting of the Model UN Assembly. Page 227 Track stars from all over the U. S. gather at U.T. for the annual Texas Relays. A non-western student struggles with the Silver Spurs as they carry him off to jail. The West Mall is the scene of Western Day participators who watch the different talent perform and the " city slickers " being taken to jail. fog. 228 Bar-B-Q and beans were the main dishes at the Cowboy sponsored Western Day dinner. WESTERN DAY, TEXAS RELAYS Classes were dismissed April 7th to enable students to attend the Round-Up Bar-B-Que on Freshman Field sponsored by the Texas Cowboys. The uniform for the day was Western attire. The Silver Spurs made sure that culprits failing to wear the Western garb were fined, jailed or both. To end the Western Day in a dancing mood, Hank Thompson and his Brazos Boys provided music for the dance on the south terrace of the Main Building. The 34th annual Texas Relays, with more than 1,200 entries and a large number of Olympians, smashed thirteen records. There were twenty-two Universities from nine states to lead the top group while seventeen entered the college division, twenty-three the Junior College-Freshman group and thirty-eight in the High School class. Students, dancing to the music of Hank Thompson, climax the end to the Western Day celebration. Page 229 Nancy Thompson and Suzy Hodges chat with Sweethearts Mary Kay Manning of Rice and Linda Moore of Baylor, at the annual Sweetheart Tea. One of the many features of the Round-Up Showcase was the display on Navy ' s Transit 1-B navigational satellite. SHOWCASE, SWEETHEARTS AND ROUND-UP REVUE Secretary of State P. Frank Lake cut the ribbons at the door of the Main Ballroom to open the Round-Up Show- case. Exhibits representing fifty-five areas of campus life, academic and extracurricular activities were displayed. The 1961 Round-Up Revue was in the opinion of almost everyone the best this campus has seen in many a year. Under th% very competent direction of Bob Fahey and with the talented Kay Coleman as the choreographer, the cast of students gave a very professional and enjoyable performance. The Law School Day festivities were held on April 7th with Miss Sally Spears of San Antonio named the Portia of Law School. The Pereginus, the Law School yearbook sponsors the sweetheart contest. Mrs. O. V. Scott nominated by the Law Wives Club was named Mrs. University and was presented with an engraved gold charm bracelet from the Married Students ' Council. Mrs. Scott, who has a four-year-old son, also teaches at Lamar Junior High School. Mrs. University, Mrs. O. V. Scott. Portia of Law School, Miss Sally Spears. Fog 330 ktn As the group goes into final rehearsals, the finishing touches are gone over. Bob and Kay give last minute instructions to the Revue cast. Ready for Round-Up. Bob Fahey, director, and Kay Coleman, choreographer, make notes for last minute instructions for the cast. Page 231 THE SWEETHEART PRESENTATION AND ROUND-UP BALL The crowning of Eva Gayle Maxey climaxed Round-Up Revue. She was presented with the other finalists, Suzy Hodges, Elly Medina, Peggy Pace and Sandra Sabean, on the stage of Gregory Gym. The Bluebonnet Belle Final- ists were presented in a Mardi Gras Ball atmosphere along with Sally Spears, The Portia of Law School, Mrs. O. V. Scott, Jr., Mrs. University, and all the visiting Southwest Conference Sweethearts. After the Revue and the Presentation, the chairs were quickly removed for dancing. BHIy May ' s orchestra pro- vided the music for the Round-Up Ball to end the two days of festivities. The sweetheart finalists assist one another at a rehearsal for their presentation. Backstage, Eva Gayle Maxey is congratulated by the other finalists on being elected the University ' s Sweetheart for 1961. The 1960 Sweetheart, Nancy Thompson, takes her last bow before presenting the 1961 Sweetheart. Pogt 232 At the Round-Up Ball, the music of Billy May is heard throughout the Gym as students dance and listen to the wonderful songs. Page 233 CBA WEEK, VARSITY CARNIVAL CBA Week, a four-day look at what is happening in the College of Business Administration, took place during the week of April 16. Activities that highlighted the week were, Student-Faculty baseball and volleyball games, announcement of the CBA Sweetheart and a TGIF Party. Possibly the biggest crowd Varsity Carnival ever had, about 5,000 sharp-elbowed and persistent fun seekers, were jammed to capacity in the 17 booths for about five hours. Acacia fraternity carried away three trophies at VC. They won first place for best show and publicity plus the sponsor trophy for VC Queen. The Chi Omega skit won first place in the sorority show division and Kappa Kappa Gamma won first place in concessions. Sigma Phi Epsilon ' s " Believe It or Not " was judged best fraternity show. Susan Hammond, ZTA, smiles out at Business Administration students as their newly elected sweetheart. - A student slides in home at the annual CBA Student- Faculty baseball game. Miss and Mr. Engineer, Jennifer Smithey and Barry Bridges, pose at the Engineering Wives ' Baby Show. 734 K fraternity ilace for best Queen, fe division and s. Sigma Phi ' ity show. pose at ike " Where the Boys Are, " skit by Chi Omega captured first place in the sorority skit division. Believe it or Not EXHIBIT Sig Ep ' s " Believe It or Not " draws a crowd at Varsity Carnival. People have refreshments of tea and fortune cookies at the Kappa Kappa Gamma " Tea House. ' Members of Acacia and helpers work on the front of their show with their work paying off with first place for " The Alamo. " Page 235 Students try their skill at throwing rings on the girls ' ankles at Delta Gamma ' s " Girl in the Red Velvet Swing. " The Sigma Chi " Mexican Saloon Hit the target and dunk a beautiful girl concession sponsored by Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Delta Pi ' s " Can Ban. " Pogt 236 Barbara Burt, third from left, is congratulated by the other contestants as she is announced 1961 Varsity Carnival Queen. hv Hundreds of students watch the awards being presented and the VC queen announcement. Mike Hatchell and Alice Adams, co-chairmen of VC, watch the presentation of awards. Page 237 Corrie Ann Crofts receives a sudden surprise as she is tapped by Spooks. A new Orange Jacket, Beckie Wood, smiles as the other O.J. ' s congratulate her. HONORS AND AWARDS BRING THE SCHOOL YEAR TO A CLOSE Honors were bestowed on students from all phases of campus life during the few weeks pre- ceding final examinations. Spooks and Orange Jackets tapped their spring members. Sixteen new initiates were tapped for Mortar Board. The women ' s dormitories held traditional dinners and tapped new advisors for the school year of 1961-62. Many banquets were held during these weeks to honor members and to present awards. The Cactus banquet was held on May 9th. Carol Prouty, Cactus Editor, was presented with a plaque for her outstanding work by Mr. Olin Hinkle. The new editors were announced for the coming year, Beckie Wood, Editor-in-Chief, Donna Nelson, Associate Editor, Margaret Bowles, Editorial Assist- ant. The Bluebonnet Belles were presented and the Outstanding Students and Goodfellows were announced. In the midst of pre-exam quizzes and the normal campus confusion, the annual Swing Out cere- mony brought a touch of beauty and sentimentality to the student body. Swing Out sponsors, Cap and Gown and Silver Spurs, presented special awards to outstanding students. New members of Mortar Board enjoy a banquet at the University Tea House. With a rose in her hand, Jessica Darling smiles after being told that she will serve as a Kinsolving advisor in 1961-62. The senior and junior women begin their traditional walk at Swing Out. The traditional Bluebonnet Chain is passed down from the graduating women to the junior women. Page 239 GRADUATION Dr. Edward Weeks, distinguished editor of the Atlantic Monthly, spoke to more than 1,700 degree candidates. Dr. Joseph R. Smiley, the Main University ' s new president, and Chancellor Harry H. Ransom conferred approximately 1,400 bachelors ' and 300 masters ' and doctoral degrees at commencement exercises on Saturday, June 3rd. Dr. Edward Weeks confers with Dr. Thomas D. Horn and Dr. Karl M. Dallenbach. Dr. DeWitt Carter Reddick congratulates Donald Patrick Myers as he receives his degree in Journalism. Dean Leo Hughes, Associate Dean of Graduate School, congratulates Mrs. Chung Hsia Chen. Dean William Walsh Hagerty, Dean of the College of Engineering, awards Ralph Douglas O ' Dell his Areo-Space Engineering degree. Colonel H. E. Brown awards Gary C. Hitt his Army Commission. Commander Dale C. Reed awards Bruce Wad Nelson his Naval Commission. Lieutenant Colonel W. D. Akers awards James Branton his Air Force Commission. fog. 240 BLICATIONS STUDENT GOVEiRNME Air ff Page 241 STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION : ROBERT CAMERON HIGHTOWER President, Fall MAURICE SAMUEL OlIAN. Vim-PraiidMI. fall, fntijtal. Spring, BETTY JUNE NELSON. C trt. Every student of The University of Texas is automatically a member of the Students ' Association. Its function is to provide a medium through which student opinion and concern can be interpreted to the faculty, staff, and adminis- tration. Most of this interpretation is done through student and faculty committees, the Student Assembly, Student Court, and personal contact. The direction of the Students ' Association is determined by the three executive officers, (President, Vice-Presi- dent, and Secretary), a legislative branch (Student Assembly), and a judicial branch (Student Court). The elected president, vice-president, and secretary represent the student body on President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, Faculty-Student Cabinet, Union Board of Directors, Athletic Council, Board of Directors of Texas Student Publications, Inc., Social Calendar Committee, Central Round-Up Committee, Parking, Traffic, and Safety Policy Committee, Faculty-Student Discipline Committee, and many other committees related to student activities. The further responsibility of administering the committee system, and working for the student welfare is delegated to these officers. JAMES D. DANNENBAUM Vice-Prefider.t, Spring REBECCA ANN REYNOLDS Secreltiy fog. J2 STUDENT ASSEMBLY The Student Assembly, the legislative branch of the Students ' Association (student government at The University of Texas), meets regularly on the second and fourth Thursdays in each month, and is at all times subject to call by the President of the Students ' Association. Among the functions of the Student Assembly are the election from its own membership of students to serve on various important University governing boards and committees; the appropriation of all monies (Blanket Tax) of the Students ' Association; approval of all appointments of the Students ' Association President; and the enactment of all bills and resolutions necessary and proper for the general welfare of the student body, including the recommending of action to the University administration, the Texas Legislature, and the United States Congress. Membership on the Assembly is determined by the enrollment of the individual colleges and schools, with each college or school being guaranteed at least one representative. The executive officers of the Students ' Association sit on the Assembly, with the President acting as presiding officer. The Student Assembly, during the 1960-61 school year, took action in the following areas: calling for additional student responsibility in student publications; tightening the restrictions on expenditures by the President of the Students ' Association; reaffirming the belief in equal rights for all University students and access to all University-owned facilities; asking for revisions in " dead week " procedures; directing a study of the curriculum in the College of Education; telling the Legislative Commission of the Students ' Association ' s intention to work against any tuition increase for state-supported institutions of higher education at this session of the Legislature; urging off-campus businesses in the University area, such as barber shops, restaurants, and theaters, to integrate their establishments; calling for regular system of financial reports for the Students ' Association; and directing the Educational Climate Committee of the Students ' Association to compile and submit a report to the proper University authorities on present academic advising systems. ELECTED SPRING OF 1960 ELECTED FALL OF 1960 i is to iiiris- udent Pre;i- tsory udent Policy .The edto Leon Norrod Graham ARTS AND SCIENCES Bettye Sue Swales Ellis Wynne Presson, Resigned Jann Whitehead John Raymond Jordan, Appointed Thomas N. Crowell Judith Emily Schleyer, Appointed Bonnie Alyce Bryan Arthur Louis Schechter Gerald Lee Sewell Nathan Fred Cliett BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alfred Gerald Platt William Louis Wayne George Edward Ramsey, III Marna Susan Tucker.. ..EDUCATION... Yvonne Price, Resigned Marie Esther Caramantian, Appointed James Denny Dannenbaum ENGINEERING. Roger Louis Pierce, Resigned Gary D. Aguren, Appointed Charles Allen Monaghan, Appointed Monroe Ben Mowotny Carl Albert Nentwich Edward Robertson Hewlett FINE ARTS . . Glenn Lloyd Garrison, Resigned ARCHITECTURE Wayne Gowen Johnson, Appointed Bill David Jobe. . . . .PHARMACY. . . .James Charles Moeser .Granville Doyle Long William Edward Matthews LAW Steven Clark Oaks, Resigned James Calhoun Johnson Bob F. Young, Special Law School Election James Curtiss Cline, Resigned GRADUATE . Robert Leonard Lytton, Appointed Charles Norris Weaver, Resigned Jack Bethel Brown, Appointed .Keith Kohn Cox Top Row: Aguren, Brown, Bryan, Caramanian, Clieft, Cline, Cox, Crowell, Dannenbaum, Graham, Hewlett. Second Row: Jobe, Johnson, Jordan, Lytton, Matthews, Moeser, Monaghan, Nenlwich, Nowotny, Oaks, Platt. Third Row-. Presson, Price, Ramsey, Schechter, Schleyer, Sewell, Swales, Tucker, Wayne, Weaver, Whitehead, Young. Page 243 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES PRESIDENT RANSOM ' S ADVISORY CABINET Michael Keith Armstrong James Earl Barden Mary Margaret Carlson Sandra Cason Nathan Fred Cliett John Milton Crawford, Jr. James Denny Dannenbaum Ronald David Eastman Marie Josephine Eickmann Michael Scott Fry Charles Ned Goldberg Walter Tom Henson Robert Cameron Hightower Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr. Eva Gayle Maxey Carole Keeton McClellan Maurice Samuel Olian Joseph H. Peck, Jr. Rebecca Ann Reynolds Elizabeth Fay Robertson Brian William Schenk Eugene Boyd Smith CULTURAL ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE Eloise Wilson Brackenridge, Chairman William Lynn Aaron Malcolm Lane Cooper Dona Lee Croft Judy Shields Margaret Ozella Pace CAMPUS CHEST STEERING COMMITTEE Delora Elizabeth Blazek, Co-Chairman Arthur Louis Schechter, Co-Chairman George Richard Beetle Mary Joann Blazek Caren Maynett Cox Thomas Nendell Crowell John Michael Gainey, III Michelle Guillot Jeff Hayes Surrenden Kay Hill Suzy Catherine Hodges Carole Ann Holmes Linda Ann Liles William Edward McCaleb Sandra Kay McNutt Robert James Naas Caroline Olson George Eugene Peacock Edward Bradford Pickett Yvonne Price Esther Mary Roberts Sally Christine Rundquist Gerald Lee Sewell Larry Lynn Schoenbrun Patricia Anne Smith Thomas Aimer Steck Ronald Glen Steinhart Larry Thompson Barbara Jean Tosch William Louis Wayne Mabry David Wolverton CAMPUS SURVEY COMMITTEE George Durden Gibbs, Jr., Co-Chairman, Fall Sylvia Cuellar, Co-Chairman, Fall Jess Bailey Bellinger, Jr., Co-Chairman, Spring Dianne Treadaway, Co-Chairman, Spring Marilyn Kaye Chadd Margene Faye Edwards Marcy Esclude Janice Alma Gayle Sally Sue Hancock Glenn Burke Musgrove Edna Moody Myrick Sandra Lou Weiss CHALLENGE PROGRAM Donald Marion Hancock, Co-Chairman Sandra Lee Parker, Co-Chairman Edward Charles Bode Victoria Bush Caldwell Mary Pace Cariker Shelby Tim Casey Ronald Morris Cole James Lawrence Davis, Jr. Betty Susan Elick Rodger Thomas Ellis Gay Ferguson Judye Ann Galeener Debra Galoob John David Grissett Bobby Jane Harrison Diane Imogene Homiston Suzanne Jane Hughes Kay Ann Johnson Richard Larry Jordan Sandra Paul Love Fred M. Misko Pog 244 James Albert Nelson Fredell Ann Pinkenson Spruell Alton Russell, Jr. Jeanne Louise Sears Judith Emily Schleyer Kathryn Patricia Sims Ann Shelby Mary Kay Smith Patricia Ann Stephens Dewanna Dale Wriborg STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES William John Patton, Co-Chairman Barbara Jean Tosch, Co-Cha rman Grant Arnold Adkins Stephanie Jana Buchanan Jerry Cqx James George Drawert John G. Engler Perry Tindall Foster Homer Garrison, III COMMUNICATIONS Abigail Carol Glosserman Bonnie Belle Gray Glenda Gay Griffitts Ada Lou Hartman Carolyn India Kerr Carolyn Jo Koppel Gail Helen McBride Sue Ellen McClellan Edgar Covey Nash, Jr. Harriett Lynn Paine Banyan Wyle Payne Hoyt Hughes Purvis Jim Edward Roberts Donald Carter Rutherford Robert Fleming See, Jr. Kirkland Gideon Smith Carolyn Soffar Mary Helen Thomas Jo Ann Thompson J. Bruce Warden Janice Ann Whitehead Elizabeth Fay Robertson, Co-Cha rman Ronald David Eastman, Co-Chairman Allen Childs James Russell Claybrook Frances Lee Cooper Rex Beach Cruse, Jr. EDUCATION CLIMATE COMMITTEE Kenneth Ray Farabee Janelle Maxine Fox Alice Virginia Huffington Sheryl Ann Katz Bitsy Marillyn Kirkpatrick Patricia Jean McClure Ann Elizabeth Morris Harriett Lynn Paine Arthur Murray Reader Hank Schattner Arthur Joseph Schmidt, Jr. Howard Edgar Staats Bruce Stoliar Charles Erwin Tyler Myrna McGuire Walker Mary Gayle Weber ELECTION COMMISSION Paul David Couch, Fall Chairman Brian William Schenk, Spring Chairman Maurice Edward Cowan Janet Lyn Galeener Robert Elwood Jones, III Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr. Sally Christine Seiders Jerry Culter Coffey, Co-Chairman Bruce Arlen Lipshy, Co-Chairman James Leeper Hawley, Co-ordinafor Marilyn Joyce Abrams Linda Marie Ames ' Patricia Louise Bailie Phyllis Ann Bassist Carol Leigh Belknap George Donald Belt Robert Phillip Brochstein Carol Ann Cheek Alan Eugene Coffey Colleen Heather Collier Katye Jo Duderstadt Wilmer Dean Earhart Elinor Louise Evans Terry Joan Feinstein FLASH CARDS COMMITTEE Daniel Isaac Felsenthol Betty Fester Lawrence Garfield William Ward Herries Cordelia Carol Harrington Sarah Jackson Helms Ralph Joseph Henderson, Jr. Patricia Hooper Victoria Lee Hunter Eugenie Martha Kamrath Elizabeth Camille Kelton Harvey Lynn Klein Judith F. Klein Sally Kay Latham Marshall Allin Leaffer Helen Doran Lundquist Louise Jacqueline Lynn Michael McArthur Elizabeth Ann McBrine Carol Ann May Michael Allison Mizell Marilyn Jean Moore Sandra Lee Parker Carol Ann Peterson Lynne Marie Raschke Esther Ritz Steven Papfogel Martha Elizabeth Sealy Arthur Louis Schechter Maida Singer Ellis Matthew Skinner, II Terry Lynne Smith Isabell Smither Mary Sandra Sweeney Thomas Malcolm Taylor Joyce Kay Turner Sheila Diane Ullrich Jeanine Ann Watson Candy Weathers Pamela Ruth Weathers Thomas Eli Wiener Sandra Lee Wolf Page 245 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES FRESHMAN COUNCIL CO-ORDINATORS Ann Burrows Fall OFFICERS Roger Lamar Gose Spring W. JOHN PATTON President JOHN ROBERT COPE CHARLES NED GOLDBERG Vi ' ce-Presi ' denf STEVE LIOYD BERCU NANCY ELLEN PARKER Secretary MAIDA SINGER Zara Rayburn Bannister Steve Lloyd Bercu Ann Burrows John Robert Cope Arthur Alexander Duggan Gail Gabriel EXECUTIVE BOARD Charles Ned Goldberg Roger Lamar Gose Carroll Boyce Hornburg William Elam Mabry Sandra Lee Parker W. John Patton AAaida Singer Sara Katherine Wells Dewanna Dale Wriborg William Lynn Aaron Joseph Fletcher Archer Zara Rayburn Bannister Bonnie Alyce Bryan William AAitten Coats Ronald D. Cohen Caren AAaynett Cox Thomas Nendell Crowell James Ray Davis Samuel Dotson Dibrell Arthur Alexander Duggan Diane Audrey Dusek John George Engler Vivian Leigh Franklin Gail Gabriel Ada Lou Hartman Dinah Kay Heiser Walter Dean Hester Carroll Boyce Hornburg Betty Ruth Johnson ADVISORY ASSEMBLY Gilbert David Kulick Dave Isadore Kuperman Arbon Jack Lowe William Elam Mabry Maria Elinor Medina Gail Helen McBride John Farris Morehead Nancy Nelson Sandra Lee Parker Robert Stiles Patterson Edward Bradford Picket! Linda Marguerite Porter Mary Jane Pratscher Mary Manson Pulver Jay Thomas Roe Judith Emily Schleyer Sally Christine Seiders Robert Hamilton Smalley Margaret Smith Patsy Jane Smith Barbara Jean Tosch Nicolai A. Von Kreisler ChoHes Newton Warren Opal Elizabeth Webb Sara Katherine Wells Dewanna Dale Wriborg Sandra Lee Zimmerman Steve Lloyd Bercu Jayce Browning Darryl Glenn Campbell Shelby Tim Casey George Edward Clark Alan Eugene Coffey Faye Duckett Katye Jo Duderstadt Wilmer Dean Earhart David Edwin Foster FRESHMAN ASSEMBLY Edwin Irving Goldberg David Gray Hall Oliver Samuel Heard David C. Holland James Harrison Hubbard Tom Lee Hutcheson Kenneth Ray Jacob Eddie Rebecca Maxey William S. Mclntyre Joe G. Mercer Fred N. Misko Jimmy Douglas Schmidt Robert Fleming See, Jr. Charles Victor Thornton Jay Lawrence Westbrook Glenda Gayle Furse, Co-Chairman, Fall John William Watson, Jr. Co-Chairman, Fall Sheila Elaine Hart, Chairman, Spring Thomas Allison Elizabeth Dianne Ames Barbara Lynn Baker Charlotte Becker Elizabeth Karen Benbow Judy Branton Carl Braubach Shawn Adele Carpenter Caroline Chappell Chris Finks Cowing GREAT ISSUES COMMITTEE Robert M. Craig Carolyn Nell Hooper Lenita Kay Davis Gilbert David Kulick Arthur Alexander Duggan Patricia Ann Manley Lynn Gay Finesilver Judith Ellen Gallaher Jessie Gilmer Glenda Gay Griffitts Stanley Howard Hart William Edward Matthews Sandra Lee Parker Nancy Green Pollard Charles Bryan Powers Linda Pritchett George Edward Ramsey, Laurie Kathleen Rayburn Dorothy Ray Rodgers Carrel Wayne Schavrda Steven John Senevy Scheme Lee Watson Bettina Reves Wilbanks Julius Glickman, Co-Chairman Harvey Michael Jones, Co-Chairman, Fall Donald Burt Yarbrough, Co-Chairman, Spring GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE Gary D. Aguren Ethelynn Dawn Anderson Richard Stephen Bagby Joseph William Barbisch, Jr. Carol Ann Cole Sylvia Cuellar Elizabeth Anne Disch Mary Dwyce Engstrom Vivian Leigh Franklin William Allen French Charles Ned Goldberg Emily Neece Luis Alfonso Jimenez Perry Joe Radoff Harvey Lynn Klein David Isadore Kuperman David Lawrence Levine John Jackson McClendon Hubert Wesley Ratliff, Jr. William Clarence Scurry, Jr. Otis Claude Shearer, III Eden Van Zandt Don Kent Wiginton HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE Mary Frances Simpson, Co-Chairman Richard Boyd Simpson, Co-Chairman Judith Rosalynd Baron David Bruce Bell David Harold Braum Maria Elena Klein Sandra Paul Love Alfred Gerald Platt Jeanne Louise Sears Thomas Walker Carolyn Wilkinson Pog. 246 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES Kiran Jaswantlal Randeri, Co-Chairman, Fall Carolyn Elayne Terry, Co-Cha ' rman, Fall Marietta Payne, Co-Chairman, Spring Laurence Samuel Johnson, Jr. Co-Chairman, Spring Linda Gilbert, Secretary Mary Nell Allbritton Sherry Virginia Benn Byron Allen Black Michael Keith Armstrong, Co-Chairman Frank Cloud Cooksey, Co-Cha rman Bonnie Alyce Bryan Keith Kohn Cox John Milton Crawford, Jr. INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION Jan Burkhart Susan Lee Campbell David Peter Cotellesse Roberta Ann Fernandez Martha Laura Garza Linda Gilbert Donald Marion Hancock Alfred Koermer Martha Gay Kokernot Arbon Jack Lowe Edgar Frederich Meyer LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION Max Fleming Crawford Laurin C. Currie James Denny Dannenbaum Hoppy Eric Heidelberg Robert Cameron Hightower Keith Edward Klein Cynthia Lee Pendergrass Viola Rodriquez Sally Christine Rundquist Ram Krishan Sharma Carolyn Soffar Luis G. Suarez Herschel Marvin Timmons Lucy Elaine Toland Yogi Paul Vohra Susan Ward John Lyle West David Isadore Kuperman Gary Lynn Marshall Robert Calhoun McCreary Othel Walker Ogden Arthur Louis Schechter Janice Ann Whitehead Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr., Co-ord nafor, NSA, T SA NSA-TISA Robert Fleming See, Jr., Assistant Co-ord nafor, T SA Leon Norrod Graham, Co-ord nafor ORIENTATION-VISITATION Mary Kay Miller, Co-ord nafor Charles Robert Neblett Samuel Dotson Dibrell Margaret Smith Maurice Samuel Olian, Chairman, Fall Delber Boyce, Turner, Chairman, Spring SOCIAL CALENDAR James Denny Dannenbaum Helen Jane Farabee A. Karen Haun Donald Ray Mighell Rebecca Ann Reynolds ROUND-UP CENTRAL COMMITTEE Faculty Chairman. . . , Student Co-Chairman. Student Co-Chairman. Secretary EDWIN BOOTH PRICE .ANN ELLEN ARMSTRONG JAMES HUDSON DUDLEY . .CLAUDETTE COLEMAN Billy Howard Amstead George Richard Bettle Charles T. Clark Nathan Fred Cliett John Milton Crawford, Jr. Carl J. Eckhardt Robert P. Brochstein Patty Campbell Tom Ben Chadwick Julia Corley Paul David Couch Thomas Nendell Crowell John Michael Gainey, III Maureen Amis Shirley Ann Bird Patricia Ann Blachley Vincent Rairden DiNino Marie Josephine Eickmann Walter Tom Henson Roberta Lee House William Edward Keys Jack Russell Maguire STUDENT COMMITTEE John Leonard Kelley Linda Ann Liles Arbon Jack Lowe Carolyn Olson Yvonne Price Arthur Louis Schechter George William Smith SPONSORS Olin Ethmer Hinkle Clyde Richard King Calvin C. Nolen Calvin C. Nolen Margaret Peck Rebecca Ann Reynolds James R. Roach F. Loren Winship Ronald Glen Steinhart Bettye Sue Swales Ernest Lee Taubert Walter Jennings Taylor Eleanor A. Tyler Judy Jean White Susan Elizabeth Whitsit Georgann Scott Mrs. Brucie Taylor Joan Farquhar Warburton Page 247 EUGENE BOYD SMITH Chief Justice STUDENT COURT Chief Justice EUGENE BOYD SMITH ASSOCIATE JUSTICES George Philip Kazen Sally Elizabeth Spears Ronald Glen Steinhart Estil Augusta Vance, Jr. ALTERNATE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES Walter Tom Henson Clifton Hatcher AAcCall Shannon Harrison Ratliff The Chief Justice, elected at large by the student body in the spring, and eight Associate Justices selected by a Judicial Selection Commission composed of the Abbot of Friars, the Editor of the Texas Law Review, the President of the Students ' Association, the President of Mortar Board, and the Grand Chancellor, form the judicial branch of the Students ' Associa- tion, the Student Court. After the commission makes its choices, the President of the Students ' Association then designates four of the selections as regular Associate Justices, and four as Alternate Associate Justices to sit in the absence of one of the regulars. The Court operates under a Judicial Code promulgated through the efforts of the Judicial Code Revision Commission, and enacted by the Student Assembly in the fall of 1960. The Code provides procedure and other necessary rules of practice before the Student Court, and also provides for appeal to an Appellate Court, composed of three law professors, appointed by the Dean of the Law School. Pursuant to the constitution of the Students ' Association, the Court tries all cases arising under the constitution, and the laws made in pursuant thereof, decides election disputes, and can compel or restrain some officials of student government in the functions of their offices. The Student Court is represented on President Ransom ' s Advisory Cabinet, the Faculty-Student Cabinet, the Faculty- Student Discipline Committee, and the Parking, Traffic and Safety Policy and Panel Committees. In addition, the Court upon request of the Dean of Student Life handles certain student disciplinary matters. The Court is also available to students and student organiza- tions for interpretation or advisory judgments concerning the constitution or legislation of the Assembly. Members of the Associate Justice contingent of the Court must be of at least junior standing, and the Chief Justice must be a mid or senior law student. Top tow Htnicn. Koicn, McColl Bottom tow Sp ort, lotliff, Slvinhort, Va ne Fogt 248 TEXAS UNION The Texas Union is the community center of the college, for all the members of the college family students, faculty, administration, alumni, and guests. It is not just a building; it is also an organization and a program. Together they repre- sent a well-considered plan for the community life of the college. As the " living room " or the " hearthstone " of the college, the Texas Union provides for the services, conveniences, and amenities the members of the college family need in their daily life on the campus and for getting to know and under- stand one another through informal association outside the classroom. The Texas Union is part of the educational program of the college. As the center of college community life, it serves as a laboratory of citizenship training students in social re- sponsibility and for leadership in our democracy. Through its various boards, committees, and staff, it provides a cultural, social and recreational program, aiming to make free time activity a co-operative factor with study in education. Its goal is the development of persons as well as individuals. The Texas Union serves as a unifying force in the life of the college, cultivating enduring regard for loyalty to the college. CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN Director BOARD OF DIRECTORS FACULTY MEMBERS William David Blunk William A. Cunningham Joe Bertram Frantz Dorothy Gebauer F. C. McConnell Calvin Cleave Nolen EX-STUDENT MEMBERS Brad Bourland Jack Russell Maguire STUDENT MEMBERS Frances Byrd Collins Keith Kohn Cox Claire Ann Dickey Michael Scott Fry A. Karen Haun Robert Cameron Hightower Maurice Samuel Olian Ellis Wynn Presson Rebecca Ann Reynolds An architect ' s sketch of the addition to the Texas Union. Page 249 TEXAS UNION STAFF MRS. BRUCE L. TAYLOR Assistant to the Director r t MRS. NETA FIELDS Business Manager SHIRLEY BIRD Program Supervisor JOAN FARQUHAR WARBURTON Program Assistant G LUCILLE BAER Program Assistant JOHN M. GEIGER Games Manager GERALD H. JONES Arts and Crafts Supervisor CLARENCE SUNDBERG Building foreman TEXAS UNION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL RICHARD CHARLES PRICE Executive Vice-President PAUL DAVID COUCH Financial Vice-President MICHAEL SCOTT FRY President LUCY KAY NOLTE Secretary JAMES HUDSON DUDLEY Member-aKarge RUTH E. GILLETTE Member-at-targe LINDA ANN LILES Member-at large. Fa ' Pog. 250 TEXAS UNION COMMITTEES Laurin C. Currie Chairman Sue Birkel Susan Lee Campbell Laurel Diann Chaney Roger George Darley Carol Jean Duran Wanda Lee Friery Delora Elizabeth Blazek Chairman Eloise Wilson Brackenridge Charles Brink James Robert Caraway Charles Robert Franklin Jessie Adele Gilmer Joan Huntley Chairman David Joseph Beard Carolyn Ann Beatty James Robert Caraway Robert Lane Carleton Diana Clark Karen Ann Clem Corrie Ann Crofts Betty Gilbert Ed P. Glazbrook Kaaren Ann Hancken FILM COMMITTEE Sara Phyllis Goode Kathleen Elizabeth Healey Martha Sue Kerchville Nancy Jane Kidd John Edward Kirchner Carol Jean Koenning Oscar Eugene Lynge, Jr. George E. Pratt LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE Robert Henry Kuempel Robert Richard Lende Gail Helen McBride Martie Mays Fred M. Misko Robert Siles Patterson MUSIC COMMITTEE Susan Lindsay Hanson Mary J. Haynes Ruth Hergens Virginia Kay Hopkins Joan Elaine James Thomas Robert Jones R. Cliff Koeninger Carolyn Rose Kowalski Lois Nell Lammert Melvin Charles Landers Bill Fowler Miller TBT Lou Ann Price Charles Edgar Putman William Jerry Robertson Sara Ann Ross Martha Ann Sanders Margaret Marie de Synek Marjorie Lou Thompson Jeannie Anne Watson Arthur Louis Schechter Karen Sue Schneider Ellis Matthew Skinner Bill Louis Wayne Judy Jean White Yogi Paul Vohra Comer O. Patterson Rosina Rae Phillips Clyde David Pomeroy, Jr. Susan Gayle Rossman Devera Eve Satisky Barry Lee Silverman Kathleen Mary Speegle Carolyn Jean Van Aken Mary Kathleen Weaver Teresa Ann Webb Patricia Wooten Beth Robertson and Beth Blazek chat with Mike Fry in the Star Room. OFFICE GROUP Nancy Jeanne Anderson Linda Ann Bacon Martha Cathey Baker Linda Lee McPherson Paula Lee Patrick Becky Wolf Mac Lingo, Kay Nolte and Laurin Currie ask Joan Huntley what ' s behind the counter in the Arts and Crafts Center. Glenda Gayle Furse Chairman Erin Marie Alessandra Kay Carothers Ronald D. Cohen Ronald Morris Cole Julia Ann Fitch Elizabeth Fay Robertson Chairman Wayne Fredric Aguren Deanna Alleman Mary Lou Baird Ann Connor Brown Jane Carolyn Cowper Carolyn Draeger Roger Cooper Edmonds Margaret Lucile Ellison SPEAKERS COMMITTEE James Lawrence Davis, Jr. Charles Ned Goldberg Glenda Gay Griffitts Ellen Beall Gerald Mack Harris Rick Johnston Carolyn Cage Kellam STUDENT-FACULTY COMMITTEE Betty Jean Gill Sylvia Ann Grider Glynda Marian Harrell Lillie Frances Hawks Patricia Ann Hooper Roberta Lee House Dorothy Jane Janecek Richard James Johle Jane Marcelle Jones Carol Ann May Robert Worley, K5PIU Ac visor Sam Anzelmo, Jr., K4NUV J. Kenneth Boggs, Jr., W2TVG Jerry Thomas Brown, K5AIL Charles Thomas Fikes, W5CLE Page 251 RADIO CLUB Thomas Fredericks, K5RMX Edward Overbeke Kluth, W5AUC William Mac Lingo, Jr., K5DKA Michael Lyddell Lowe, K5MLQ Peter Lee Maverick, K5HTQ James Robert Profitt, W5YPQ Jane Marcelle Jones Esther Mary Roberts Marion Sanford, Jr. Mary Kay Smith Jimmy Sanders Patricia Ann Stephens Barbara Jean Tosch Kay F. Payne Gail Ann Pierce Carol Jean Shafer Linda Ann Sleeper Patricia Ann Stephens John Carl Stromberger Edna Frances Terry Dianne Treadaway Rosemary Whiteside E. Mitchell, Smith, K5YGA Charles Terrell Speed, K5QPN Philip Campbell White, KnSGJV Jimmie Nathan Wooten, W5COA Carl Krisch Zettner, W5HFG TEXAS UNION COMMITTEES Some of the many magazines available in the Browsing Library interest Susan Ford and Sue Whitsit as Mike Gainey watches them from the window. Susan Chappell Ford Chairman Gail Margaret Aronoff Mildred Elizabeth Bunch Ellen Martha Clarke John Michael Gainey, III Chairman John Wheeler Barger Mary Joann Blazek Bennie Walter Bock, II Victoria Bush Caldwell Don E. Cowley John Kimbrell Darling Kitty Ely Evelyn Corinne Evans Billie Kathleen Goodwin Susan Elizabeth Whitsit Chairman Rose Lillian Apolon Eddie Bailey Phyllis Ann Bassist Barrett Harrison Barker Campbell Brooks Barker Sandra Jean Barnett Bette Elaine Bennett Dana Dee Benson Robert P. Brochstein Joe Burke Lawerence Ford Butler Carol Ann Cole Nancy Lee Conner Jan Durant Costilow NEWSLETTER COMMITTEE Margaret Sue Dutton Michael Norman Goodman Adonia Sue Gresham Anne Hogan PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Lynn Grant John Stanley Grube Michelle Guillol Nancy Rosselle Irwin Dalton Lane Jones Elizabeth Ann Kendall Harvey Lynn Klein Paul Wayne Lassanske Dorothy Louise Lavet Bert Gentry Lee Kathleen Diane Malick DANCE COMMITTEE Freda Ruth Crawford Diane Louise Daily Sandra Lee Dean Virginia Lee Dietz Sandra Marie Dietz Sandra Kay Ehlers Thomas Larry Finlay Charlotte Guzick Betty Ruth Hagemann Bob Henry Carole Jean last Bobby Lee Lloyd Barbara Ann Loffland Gene Edward Mikeska Margaret Ann Natho Carlton Edward Perkins Donald Carter Rutherford Anne Schoeneck Laura Ann Shuford Carol Louise Wharton James Albert Nelson Mary Virginia Schulz Carolyn Martha Short Carolyn SoHar Nancy Elizabeth Stropeni Barbara Jean Tosch John Keith Tyler Ronald Bart Vis June Carolyn Whitley Virginia Lea Young Linda Nell Phillips Elva Ann Schietinger Maribelle Sharpe Barbara Smith Johnny Marvin Smit h Robert Warren Sutherland Sandra Taylor Carolyn Thompson Susan Carter Trimble Joan Gayle Vance Suzanne Vaughan Larry Ray Walker Leah Ann Weaver Sharon Kay White Kenneth Lee Wise CHARM COMMITTEE Julia Corley Chairman Stephanie Jana Buchanan Patricia Marshall Crow Margaret Virginia Culley Julia Aurelia Dudley Susan Vandever Hammond Ada Lou Hartman Kathryn Hill Dorothy Joan Hornburger Yvonne Price Chairman Ethelynn Dawn Anderson Cecile Curlin Autrey Patricia Louise Bailie Vicki Ellen Baumsten Anita Louise Bell Peggy Ann Bowen Margaret Bowles Darby Ann Boyd Margaret Brady Claudette Coleman Jean Cameron Colwick Maynett C. Cox Carrie Anna Crockett Nancy Sue Crow Sara Jo Curlee Claire Ann Dickey Carolyn Joyce Dodd Carole Sue Earnest Myra Sue Efron Lynn Gay Finesilver Ann Grace Hornsby Amelia Mary Janssen Armead Howard Johnson Nell Johnson Penelope Aileen Kimbro Fredricka Ann Krezdorn Kathryn Ann Krueger Jeannine Marie LeBlanc Jane Goode Lynn HOSPITALITY Carol Jean Franklin Barbara Well Fountain Judye Ann Galeener Abigail Carol Glosserman Bonnie Belle Gray Sarah Jackson Helmi Delia Mae Henderson Mary Anne Herdman Carol Jenean Hill Bonnie Virginia Howe Rosemary Price Johnson Carolyn Jo Koppel Carol Maxine Lambert Sally Kay Latham Judith Faye Lawrence Anne Paitte Lloyd Ellen Jeanne McCaughan Phyllis Lee McGuIre Sandra Kay McNutt Dorothy Ann Mobley Nancy Portwood Monday Mary Nell Nolen Rose Marie Monk Fredell Ann Pinkenson Linda Marguerite Porter Carolyn Kay Ransom Myra Anne Stanley Mary Sandra Sweeney Stasia Ann Tope Wanda Vienna Turck Judith Ann Webb Julia Corley and Yvonne Price listen attentively to David Couch as they take a break in the Chuck Wagon. Renna Gail Norris Kate Ann Oliver Caroline Olson Frances Lou Parks Virginia Ann Parr Judith Ann Payne Rosemary Ramsey Laurie Kathleen Rayburn Susan C. Roach Susan V. Robertson Cynthia Anne Robinson Ellen Blanche Rose Martha Elizabeth Sealy Norma Sue Scheiblich Elizabeth Pringle Shigley Mary Monroe Shigley Mary Leslie Shults Madeline Lee Stevens Judy Ruth Taylor Flo Christian Van Gundy Helaine L. Wayne Bette Kay Weiner Pog. 252 TEXAS UNION COMMITTEES Gigi Dian Daniels Chairman Janette Erwin Allen Camille Marie Allison Merilee Joan Anderson Linda Jean Bettell Linda Bettersworth Kristin Bowen Carolyn Sue Coker Karen Ann Cushman Susan Dunlap EXHIBITS COMMITTEE Jo Ann Ebling Sandee Gail Everts Mary Lois Friday Janet Lavern Fritz Jeanne Marie Golly Frieda Ann Jenkins Lila Ernestine Jordan Katherine Kevin Kolliker Helen Suzanne McCrum Lori Ann Nichols Maureen Quinn Maura Phyllis Silberman Pamela Brooke Smith Glenda Stark Sharon Stolz Judith Ann Swann Janet Gillam Ticknor Dennis Peter Tishlias Sandra Lou Weiss Dianne Wilson Patricia Anne Smith Chairman Margaret Joy Bland Carlene Rae Burgheimer Annie Laurie Copeland Pat Ward Davis Loretta Jeane Freeman HOUSE DECORATIONS COMMITTEE Pamela Jane Heath Carolyn Joyce Huber Alma Virginia Jones Patricia Ann Landers Susan McGee Pamela Ann Meyers Sylvia Cuellar Chairman (Fall) Patty Campbell Co-Chairman (Spring) John Leonard Kelley Co-Chairman (Spring) Jeanell Buida Linda Joyce Coleman Betty Ann Davidson TALENT COMMITTEE Rebecca Ruth Davis Henry Sterling Drumwright, III Patsy Anne Drury Hattie Katherine Dunne Arthur Joe Epstein Mary Ella Graham Mary Sue Hamon Harriett Hinton Handy Karen Lee Morgan Frances Ann Norris Stanley Monroe Poer Mary Beth Price Richard Burl Stilwell Penny Windsor Willis Lee Hassell Penny Ann Howard Carolyn Cay McCleary Margaret! Sue Riley Linda Jane Snow Marion David Standridge Sandra Carol Thomas Mike Jones and Sylvia Cuellar prepare to try their luck as Jim Dudley tries to talk Pat Smith into giving him a good score. GAMES AND TOURNAMENTS COMMITTEE Dick Price meets Dian Daniels and Kiran Randeri in front of the Main Information Booth. Harry Michael Jones Chairman Arthur Alexander Dugan Eugenia Francis Patricia Lou Frick Gray Gardner Cecil Jim Glenn Geoffrey Allison Land INTERNATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Mary Glen Maxwell Clay McFarland, II Alan Jared Ribnick David Ayoole Adelebe William Woodrow Anderson Margaret Branchagen Martha Laura Garza Cornells Hoogendam Erhard Ernst Alfred Koermer Fong Yiu Lee Gloria Jean Mata Maria Elinor Medina Ashot Merijan Day Padgitt Kiran Jaswantial Randeri Ritchie Reed Izziddin Sa ' adallah Ram Krishan Sharma Weldon Thornton Dianne Treadaway Janice Lou Turner Yogi Paul Vohra Harish Vora Susan Ward MARRIED STUDENTS ' COUNCIL Architecture Wives MRS. KENARD CLAY BOONE Bos ness Ac minisfrafion Wives MRS. HENRY SWIFT CHERRY Co-Wed Wives MRS. ROBERT LEE HENDERSON Engineering Wives MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS PALMER Engineering Wives MRS. ROBERT MAURICE RILEY Geology Wives MRS. THOMAS IRODELL POE, III National Association of University Dames MRS. JAMES McSHANE BREEDLOVE Pharmacy Wives MRS. R. LLOYD FRANZ Pharmacy Wives MRS. BOBBY JACK MARTIN taw Wives MRS. JACK HARDY HARPER Law Wives. . . .MRS. THOMAS J. WEED Page 253 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL OFFICERS President FRANK W. MARESH Vice-President WILLIAM Louis WAYNE Secrefary SURRENDEN KAY HILL Treasurer CHARLES MARSHALL FINNEY Members-af-Large DANIEL KUBIAK JOHN MILTON CRAWFORD, JR. Sweetheart. . . SANDRA HOPE SABEAN FACULTY MEMBERS R. Clifton Andersen Ch ' arles T. Clark A. Faborn Etier Neila Fox CLASS OFFICERS Senior Rex Spivey, President Kenneth Brien Dodds, V ice-President Morris Edgar Massey, Secrefary Junior Steve Marshall Simon, President Arthur Joseph Schmidt, Jr., Vice-Presidenf Barbara Jane Yonker, Secrefary Sophomore John Jackson McClendon, President Gregory Owen Lipscomb, Jr., Vice-President Harriett Lynn Paine, Secrefary Freshman Robert Leon Greenman, President Mark William Bermann, V ce-Pres denf Edith Jane Pond, Secrefary ASSEMBLYMEN Nathan Fred Cliett, Fall William Louis Wayne, Fall Alfred Gerald Platt George Edward Ramsey, III David Isadore Kuperman, Spring Kirkland Smith, Spring ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Emmett Murray Jerry lee Chastain AMERICAN FINANCE Ruben V. Solo Robert Wesley Savage AMERICAN INSURANCE SOCIETY Roy Samuel Rodman, Jr. BETA ALPHA PSI Philip Byron Mann Rex Beach Cruse, Jr. BBA WIVES Mrs. Wayne Edward Etter Mrs. Frank W. Maresh BETA GAMMA SIGMA Ellen McAngus Ezell DELTA NU ALPHA Franklin Clark Staton Dal Ed Crabb DELTA SIGMA PI Garland T. Fairbairn John M. Eathorne, Jr. SIGMA IOTA EPSILON Herbert Wesley Hum William Dale Parson SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT Bernie Louis Braun Barbara Ann Sublett GAMMA ALPHA CHI Judith Eleanor Williams PETROLEUM LAND Jan Edward Rehler Front too, Yonttr, Sublltt. Pond. Strand Dow, Sob.on. Eitll. W.lliom. Hill Po.nt Third low: Btrmonn, Hum, Cox, Mortth, Woynt, Finnty. Crawford. Simon. Fourth tow: Andtntn. Bomity. Doddt. Rodman, Schmidt. Rthltr. Elitr. F.lth law tipicomb, McCltndon. Frtddit Jot Cltnn. Fonboirn, Murray. Plait. Crabb. G ' ttnman. Monty. Kubiat. Spity. 254 EDUCATION COUNCIL OFFICERS President CHARLENE BUTLER Vice-President CAROLYN FRENCH Secretary DOROTHY LOUISE WRIGHT Faculty Advisor GLENN EDWARD BARNETT Glenn Edward Barnett Marion Vere DeVault Geneva Hanna FACULTY MEMBERS Mary Bell Granger James Clyde Inez Martin Franklin Parker STUDENT MEMBERS Alice E. Adams Charlene Butler Marie Esther Caramanian Connie Lois Carver Janice Mary Chadwell Donald Scott Edwards Carolyn French Constance Ann Herbert Judith Lee Johnson Doris J. Katz Karol Kirk Patricia Louise Pickler Marilyn Anne Rice Dorothy Louise Wright Front Row: Caramanian, Kirk, Herbert, Parker, Edwards, James. Second Row: Chadwell, Barnett, Pickler, Wright, Johnson, B utler, Rice, French, Carver. Page 255 STUDENT ENGINEERING COUNCIL OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES CURTISS CIINE Chairman JOSEPH EDWARD TEPERA Vice-Chairman CHARLES EDWIN Fox Treasurer ROBERT GONG JOE, JR Recording Secretary JIMMY RAE MCGREGOR Corresponding Secretary JON EDWIN FERGUSON CARL WIUIAM MORGAN Faculty Sponsor CARL WILLIAM MORGAN DAVID MAUTNER H-MMELBLAU Faculty Sponsor DAVID MAUTNER HIMMEIBLAU DANIEL EDWIN LEARY . . . .MERLIN GEORGE HOISETH . . . .CHARLES EDWARD HASTY .GENE ALEXANDER MATTHEWS ORGANIZATIONS TAU BETA PI Roy Gene Traylor ETA KAPPA NU Henry Richard Mitchell PI TAU SIGMA Charles Edward Hasty, Fall Charles F. Huff, Spring CHI EPSILON Jon Edwin Ferguson, Fall Stanley Paul Sauer, Spring A.A.A.E. Daniel Edwin Leary, Fall Robert I. Carr, Jr. Richard Steve Wolf, Spring A.I.Ch.E. Ramsey Wayne Farley, Fall Douglas Patrick Harrison, Spring Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr., Spring Arthur Wood Thornton, Fall A.I.E.E. James Thomas Brannan, Fall Ronald Leon Whitney, Jr., Spring Lee Charles Thomas A.I.M.E. Frank Armstrong Gene Alexander Matthews, Fall A.S.C.E. John Stanley Rabun, Fall Robert Frederick Haworth, Fall Gary Franklin Hendricks, Spring Peter Christian Williams, Spring A.S.M.E. Martin H. Reiser, Fall Joseph C. Zern, Fall Merlin George Hoiseth, Spring James Thomas Jeffrey, Spring I.Ae.S. Ralph Douglas O ' Dell Peggy Jean McClain, Spring T.S.P.E. Richard H. Von Hagel James D. Dannenbaum, Fall Monroe Ben Nowotny ASSEMBLYMEN Ronnie Dean Boyd, Fall Carl Albert Nentwich, Spring Gary D. Aguren, Spring Roger Louis Pierce, Fall Front How Thomai. O ' D M, Nowotny. Fo. Donntnboum. Hatty. Snond Row. Inn, tot, Can, Pnrc. lint ' . McGrtgor. Third Row. Thornton, Morgan, Brannon, Tp ra. Troylor. Mitchell. Pog. ?5o Jail ipring Spring : pring TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS FACULTY MEMBERS BILLY HOWARD AMSTEAD, Professor of Mechanical Engineering STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Professor of Resources MORRIS G. DAVIS, Associate Professor of Journalism OLIN ETHMER HINKLE, Associate Professor of Journalism STUDENT MEMBERS ROBERT CAMERON HIGHTOWER, President of the Students ' Association, Fall MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN, President of the Students ' Association, Spring JAMES DENNY DANNENBAUM, Assembly Representative JIM ETTORE INFANTE, Assembly Representative JOHN DOUGLAS REICHERT, Assembly Representative BETTYE SUE SWALES, Assembly Representative EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., Genera Manager HARRELL ESTES LEE, Editorial Manager EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Director of Student Activities CAROL ALICE PROUTY, Cactus Ed for MARIE JOSEPHINE EICKMANN, Texas Ed for LYNN C. ASHBY, Ranger Ed for, Sepfember through February HUGH SHELLY LOWE, Ranger Editor, March and April Top Row: Amstead, Arbingast, Ash by, Dannenbaum, Davis, Edmonds, Eickmann, Highfower. Boffom Row.- Hinkle, Infante, Lee, Olian, Price, Prouty, Relchert, Swales. Page 257 THE CACTUS CAROL ALICE PROUTY Editor-in-Chief HE CACTUS To the Students: The 1961 Caetus has been planned to record for you, the students, all the things which aede up your year here at ITT. DM ataff ha tried very bard to sake this edition of the Cactus as complete possible o that aeb of you will (lod your organisation , ctiriti, and lotr t included In lt Nor color tban rr before ! u td in ttoe aake up of the 196! Caetua, with peelai pbal in color picture oa the openly pace and their portrayal of the lpreion of the student on the " Forty Aerea " . Several ebances occur In this edition of the Cactu Inrolriac a nev format for the aubdlTliloo PM . change in body type, and a nev arrangement of the ortrall layout. We hope they vlll pleaee you. There were aany people working very hard on the Caetua tali year, and my thanka go out to all of theei. Special .thanks go to the etaff, Linda Lliei, Aaaoeiate Editor, Beckle Wood, Editorial Aaaletant, and the two fin Judging panel that helped u in the aelectlon of Outatandlng Student , Ooodfellom, and Bluebonnet Belle . The 1961 staff Join ae In the hope that you- will all enjoy looking through your 1961 Caetua, now and in the years to COM, as you recall your days at Iff. Carol Prouty MI tor LINDA ANN LUES Associate Cditor REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD Cditoritl Auitttnt 358 THE CACTUS STAFF Editor-in-Chief CAROL ALICE PROUTY Associate Editor LINDA ANN LILES Editorial Assistant REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD SECTION EDITORS Athletic DONNA SUE NELSON Dormitory and Co-Operative JANETTE OVERTON Feature MARGARET BOWLES Fraternity CLARENCE WHARTON COLE Honorary JEANETTE LEONARD JO ELLA POWELL Military WAYNE MAXWELL SHULL Organ zaf on VICTORIA ELIZABETH FRANK Sorority FAYE FLORANCE JANE ANN LEACH Student Government . . YVONNE PRICE STAFF ASSISTANTS Elizabeth Anne Austin George Purdue Bunch Leslie Murray Evans Judy Evetts Karen Fogg Harry Wayne Gibbons Sharon Frances Harwell Delia Mae Henderson Edward John Kirschner Zane Ann Morgan Kay Lynn Morrow Judith Newman Vincent Joseph Rodnite Deanine Anne Watson Elaine Lee Williams Top Row: Bowles, Cole, Florence, Frank, Leach. Second Row: Leonard, Nelson, Overton, Powell, Price, Shull. Page 259 THE DAILY TEXAN MARIE JOSEPHINE EICKMANN STAFF Editor-in-Chief MARIE JOSEPHINE EICKMANN Managing fdifor, Fall DONALD PATRICK MYERS Managing Editor, Spring . . .CHARLES WAYNE SMITH THE DAILY TEXAN filll C. in the Sooth Texanly speaking, the school year 1960-61 vaa one of change and of challenge. Editorially, The Daily Texan tried to apeak for and to and about a generation often called silent. Ita news pages reflected the fact that that generation, vaa, in one vay or another, no longer content to be silent. Specifically, atudenta spoke end acted to protest segregation policies not only in University-owned facilities, but alao in Drag places of business. Originating a protest technique dubbed the " stand-in " , over 100 students at a time demonstrated In front of local theaters. Other efforts urging integration included pickets of the theaters and passing out of cards assuring businessmen that students would continue to patronise Integrated establishments. or vaa it a quiet year for student government. After the resignation of one Students ' Association President, the Texan reported the race of his successor for re-election. The candidate von, only to face (along vith some of the other officers elected in the spring) a aeries of injunction suits. Literarily, students alao spoke out in fall and spring editions of the Texan notebook, a iuppleont full of original poetry, abort stories, essays, plays, and art work. The Texan Itself vaa continually on the " firing line " for Ita stands on integration, tuition raises, the John Birch Society, the " atheism bill " , and other Issues. Through Sunday Panorama pages, the staff tried to confront University students vith the world beyond the campus by considering such topics aa taxation, urban renewal, and the United nations . Inoratlons in the paper Included tvo " front " paces in election Issue. of the Texan, vith one devoted entirely to election neve, the other to general campus news. During the spring semester a aeries of weekly pages covered In depth the plans and programs of each of seven UT schools and colleges aa the Texan staff attempted to add another dimension to its Job of telling Its readers where the University vaa and where it vaa going. Jo tic: Editor DONALD PATRICK MYERS CHARLES WAYNE SMITH Page 2oO THE DAILY TEXAN FALL STAFF SPRING PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH News Editor DAVID T. LOPEZ DAVID T. LOPEZ Assistant News Editors CAROLYN SUE COKER CAROLYN SUE COKER DONALD CARTER RUTHERFORD JERRY DOUGLAS CONN GARY HOWARD MAYER BERT LOUIS CAMPBELL GERALD ARTHUR LOWE DONALD CARTER RUTHERFORD CHARLES SANFORD ESKRIDGE, JR. CHARLES WAYNE SMITH Sporfs Editor HOYT HUGHES PURVIS HOYT HUGHES PURVIS Associate Sports Editor EDWARD KNOCKE, JR. ROBERT ARTHUR BOYD Intramural Co-ordinator TRISTAN ANTHONY CASTANEDA JAN LOUISE BRINKERHOFF Campus Life Editor ROSEMARY JERSIG CYNTHIA ANN VOLLMER SUE FRANCES MUECK Associate Campus Life Editor CYNTHIA PENDERGRASS DAVID KIRBY HELTON Amusements Editors DAVID KIRBY HELTON NATHAN CLIFFORD GIBSON JANE KAREN LEWIS Associate Amusements Editor LARRY C. HALL Feature Editors PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH LAURA ELIZABETH McNEIL LEON NORROD GRAHAM Editorial Assistants JOANNE WILLIAMS BETTYE SUE SWALES JANET OCTAVIA PEAVY JOANNE WILLIAMS BARBARA JEANNE REINERT JAMES CARL HYATT DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL SAMUEL EVERARD KINCH, JR. RICHARD JOHN VAN STEENKISTE GLEN CASTLEBURY BILLIE KATHLEEN GOODWIN Co-Exchange Editors BILLIE KATHLEEN GOODWIN BROOKS GOODALL GAY FERGUSON TONY BELL Staff Artists TONY BELL JOHN ALMON CRAIG JOHN ALMON CRAIG JAMES PARIS GOODNIGHT JAMES PARIS GOODNIGHT GILBERT KEY SHELTON GILBERT KEY SHELTON JAMES EVERET WOGSTAD JAMES EVERET WOGSTAD JOHN JOSEPH NAUER JACK ELTON KEEVER Night Editors JACK ELTON KEEVER ED HORN ROBERT ADAIR JOHNSON JANET OCTAVIA PEAVY ROBERT MARION MOORE ROBERT MARION MOORE TOMMY CHARLES STUCKEY TOMMY CHARLES STUCKEY DONALD PATRICK MYERS CYNTHIA PENDERGRASS Desk Editors NATHAN CLIFFORD GIBSON FRANCES ALICIA REDDICK SARA ALLISON BURROUGHS SARA ALLISON BURROUGHS FRANCES ALICIA REDDICK GEORGE ROBERT PHENIX KAREN KAY KIRKLAND KAREN KAY KIRKLAND DONALD CARTER RUTHERFORD ROBERT ADAIR JOHNSON WILLIAM W. HAMILTON, JR. WILLIAM W. HAMILTON, JR Wire Editors WILLIAM W. HAMILTON, JR. MARTHA TIPPS NATHAN CLIFFORD GIBSON Round-Up Edition Editor GEORGE WILLIAM PEARSON ; Notebook Editors MARTHA PEARSON BETTYE SUE SWALES. . . . 1960 New Student Edition Editor STAFF ASSISTAN TS Ann Adams Linda Anya Allman Alberta Ann Apel Norma Jean Balshaw Joseph F. Beyer Sue Birkel Vicki Lee Brandenberger Gladys Brantley Mildred Elizabeth Bunch John Maynard Chapman David George Crossley Elisa Savilla Davis Chandler Davidson Deanna Dale Day James E. Desha William D. Eason Mack Humbert Fowler Brooks Goodall Jann Cecille Gray Claude M. Gruener Janice LaVerne Haby William W. Hampton Shannon L. Harris Mary Jo Hendrix Cherie Sandra Hess Charles William Hoehne Joan Elaine James Charles Jennings Roy Alexander Jones, III Larry Keith Janis Lynn Kneblik Robert Lester Lacy Dorothy Louise Laves Betty Jane Leatherwood Kit Lee Larry R. Lee Jane Karen Lewis Harvey Edward Little Arbon Jack Lowe David M. McNeely Truman Robert Mizzles William Bryant Morris Mary Minette Naquin Lois Nell Nelson Jane Irene Paganini Robert Benton Palmer Joe Carroll Rust Jerry Wayne Scarbrough Jan Marilyn Schieffer Martha Gay Scott David J. Shaw Neila Ann Skinn er David Hugh Slider Howard Edgar Staats Carolyn Jay Stephenson Ronald Dell Story James Walter Terry Barbara Jean Tosch Robert Dee Walker Lou Ann Walker John Terry Weeks James Frederick Wilkey Tomas Ybarra Top Row.- Second Rov Burroughs, Campbell , Coker, Graham, Horn, Hyatt, Jersig, Kinch, Kirk I and, Knock e. . Lopez, Lowe, Moore, Peavy, Purvis, Reddick, Rutherford, Stucfcey, Swales, Wogstad. Page 261 THE TEXAS RANGER LYNN C. ASHBY Editor STAFF FALL SPRING LYNN C. ASHBY Editor HUGH SHELLY LOWE HUGH SHELLY LOWE Associate Editor DAVID GEORGE CROSSLEY BARBARA WORD Managing Editor BARBARA WORD TONY BELL Art Director TONY BELL GILBERT SHELTON Art Assistant GILBERT SHELTON LIEUER ROGER ADKINS Editorial Assistant LIEUER ROGER ADKINS JOE EDWIN BROWN . . . Exchange Editor . . . JOE EDWIN BROWN ' Banger STUOiNI MAGAZINi Of THi UNIVHSITT OF TiX S To th Student : It look u though Balry ha eade It through another y r without may eertou laaags. Ibis la surprising to BOBS, disappointing to otters, and nils our hearts with o ' erbriavlng happlneea and goodwill. It ' s bsen food year, both for ! sod staff. 1X17 Issue has outsold prerlou year ; sad th staff has bsn one of ths bast er r. Batter yt, eost of th staff 111 still ka around n xt year: Jo I. Brown, fraatean sick oomadlaiii U un Mklns, star of th putrid pun; Daw Cro ly, aasoelata adltor and vrltar of lalcalltl; and I, alld-Mluiand Iu(b Lova, lackluster adltor. Va ' U also losa a fav: Ollbart Sbalton, hot-abot cartoonist, Is (raduatlnf; Ton B ll, vul ar artlit, 1 colac to art school in Haw Tort; and Lynn Aanby, th Victoria Woodhull of fra pMCh, la graduating. U nn canagad to rala on stink thl 7 ar, whan Aahbjr r lgn d as editor ovar a c n or hlp contror rsy concerning a ttory about Logan Vllson entitled " That Mailrap Logan Wlleoo. " But things seea to hare settled down now and we ' r looking for a good year next year, with Jack Lowe a editor, and the T5P Board eeealng to take acre than a deatructlm Interest In -uX CT Bugb Lowe Editor, spring STAFF ASSISTANTS Stephanie Chernikoswski David Frank Godwin Raymond Robert Hanson, Jr. John Joseph Nauer James Boswell Newton James Woolsey Robertson Gilbert Matison Wyrick 111 ' HUGH SHELLY LOWE Associate editor Editor, March nd April DAVID GEORGE CROSSIEY Assoo ' fe Editor, March nd April fog 262 BARBARA WORD Managing Editor TONY BELL Art Director Peter Charles Barr Byron Allen Black Kenny Doyle Branam Vicky Ann Cardwell Shirleen M. Gary Robert Mitchell Crabb CONTRIBUTORS AND DISTRIBUTORS Larry Curtis Hall David Kirby Helton Sonja Rose Klein Arbon Jack Lowe Boyd Bennett Moore Hal Corbin Normand, Jr. Comer O. Patterson Robert Lee Remonte Marshall Wilson Jeanne Alice White Left to Right: Ashby, Bell, Hanson, Word, Wyrick, Adkins, Crossley, Lowe, Brown, Kelly, Weiner. Page 263 TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC, BUSINESS STAFF LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., Genera Manager HARRELL ESTES LEE, Editorial Manager FRANKIE AAAE LINDSEY, Bus ness Manager DAURICE DEL AAORELL, Office Manager, Fall BARBARA PARR, Office Manager, Spring DOROTHY K. RICKS, Comptroller JOHN L. ROSS, JR., Circulation Manager MARY MARGARET GLASSCOCK FRAZIER, Advertising Manager SHELBY S. WHITE, Mechanical Supervisor MARGUERITE FREEMAN, Cacfus Supervisor RICHARD VENNE, Photography Supervisor JOY CANNON, Office Assisfanf JUDY DART, Office Assisfanf JOHN CHARLES HARRISS, Office Assisfanf BETTY JUNE NELSON, Office Assisfanf CLAUDE MICHAEL GRUENER, Adverfising Office Assisfanf JOHN G. AVANT, Phorographer CHARLES RAY COLLUM, Photographer DAILY TEXAN ADVERTISING SALESMEN Jimmy Gayle Connell Thomas Robert Evans William Lamar Hayes Ken Ray Jacob Larry Joseph Sachnowitz John C. Wheeler Marion David Standridge Tommy Charles Stuckey Douglas Arthur Swail William Lee Swail Robert Bryan Twaddell THE TEXAS RANGER MAGAZINE Charles Frederick Goff Abron Jack Lowe THE CACTUS William James Begg fop How Edmondi, L-ndy , let. Froner, Freemon. Rickv lou Bof ' om tow Whit . Vrmt. Morel I. Par , Cannon, Harnu. Gru n r, Collv Pag 264 DORMITORIES AND CO-OPERATIVES Page 265 ALL CAMPUS ADVISORS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Chairman ROLINDA DEANE BAILEY Assistant Chairman SALLY A. PREDOCK Secretary-Treasurer Reporter BARBARA JEAN TOSCH Faculty Sponsor HELEN MARGARET FLINN ELIZABETH FAY ROBERTSON Arlene Leah Oebes Elizabeth Ellen Elkins Martha C. Galindo Betty Jean Gill Carolyn Lois Burgess Carolyn Carpenter Roberta Jeanne Craze Carole Sue Fenoglio Virginia Ann F inn Barbara Ann Barker Linda Lea Brohard Connie Lois Carver Kim Margaret Casey Janie Raye Dowdy Margaret Anne Brady Carolyn Joyce Huber Theresa E. Jones D ' Etta Looney Ann Burrows Carol Ann Cole Ruth Elizabeth Day Dolores Gomez ANDREWS DORMITORY Norma Sue Kenny Jean Elizabeth Shaw Linda Elaine Kilgore Nancy Jean Sterner Betty Joan Martyr Judy Anne Stringer Beverly Ann McLarty Carol Ann Sullivan BLANTON DORMITORY Mary Louise Gerant Adeline Cecilia Grady Sybil Louise Harrell Diane Higgint Virginia Elizabeth Hill Patricia Anne Kennedy Nancy Jane Kidd Linda Jamene Reno Marilyn Joy Shipp Julia Ann Steed CAROTHERS DORMITORY Lois Ellen Duncan Faye Florance Grace Elayne Gajdos Jeanne Marie Golly Marilyn Reitz Linda Margaret Rellahan Sunny L. Schulz Mary Louise Slomschinski Marjorie Louise Stephens KINSOLVING NORTHEAST Clarice Jane McDonald Sally A. Predock Mary Monroe Shigley Toby Kay Stall Virginia Kay Stall Sandra Rose Stone Analeslie Ufried KINSOLVING NORTHWEST Carolyn Nell Hooper Mary Diane McCarter Ann Elizabeth Morris Elizabeth Anne Rose E. Joann Russell Carolyn Shelton Barbara Lynne White Jane Elizabeth Ware Dorothy Pryor Martin, Counseling Supervisor Mary Withers Trotter Sarah Janice Upchurch Frances B. Shelton, Counseling Supervisor Ada Gwen White Ann Whitson Bura W. Van Hoove, Counseling Supervisor Janith Dawn Vest Etta S. Ferguson, Counseling Supervisor Rebecca Annette Wood Etta S. Ferguson, Counseling Supervisor KINSOLVING SOUTHEAST Martha lucretia Brannon Margaret Sue Dutton Arlene Carol Elster Anna Belle Engleking Alice Olivia Ford Nancy Etta Andrews Bette Jane Azadian F. Sue Brooks Christy Jo Brown Patricia Ann Fox Susan Greeves Martha Ann Hansen Bobbie Ann Harper Mary Grace Maxcy Martha Clifford Mays Mary Jane Pratscher Jeanne Louise Sears KINSOLVING SOUTHWEST Janice Mary Chadwell Hazel Jane Clements Caren Maynett Cox Michelle Guillot Mila Jean Hillard Adele Sharon Hoffman Rochelle Lynne Hoffman Caroline Olson Patricia Jane Smith Judy Jean White Margaret Louise Brown, Counseling Supervisor Esther Mary Roberts Barbara Jean Tosch Ethel M. Kreager, Counseling Supervisor KIRBY HALL Joe Helen Cronenberger Barbara Ann Daigle Grace Eloise Johnson Janis Lynn Kneblik Mary Jane Aston Betty Jean Bland Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Florence Randal Fitzhugh Dinah Kay Heiser Marilyn Gail Henley Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn Barbara Anne Miller Judy Diane Mumma Celia Fay Patton Eleanor Katherine Perry Leah Raye Sexton LITTLEFIELD DORMITORY Linda Kay Holder Mary Catherine Littlejohn Patricia Jean McClure Janet Greer Nelson Nancee Ellen Parker Sandra Janet Perlowski Mary Manson Pulver Judith Mae Roberts Marilyn Kay Russey Billie Gayle Schumacher Frances Rhenae Shaffer Jo Ann Marie Wessels Irene T. Powers, Counseling Supervisor Nancy Ellen Thrift Mary E. Spell, Counseling Supervisor, Fall Louise Manigault Winfrey Counseling Supervisor, Spring Margaret A. Beaulieu Susan Lynn Grant Betty Jane Heisohn Mary Jane Hendricks NEWMAN HALL Mary Elizabeth Kanize Patricia Peters Mary Ellen Richter Carol Ann Roehl Mary Virginia Schulz Ruth Jane Stammann Martha Louise Tiemann Beulah Rice Miles, Counseling Supervisor SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY Linda Diane Alvis Rolinda Deane Bailey Barbara Gene Bowen Myrlan Cox Deanna Dorchester Carolyn Draeger Muse Elizabeth Evans Susan Chapped Ford Sylvia Ann Grider Barbara Jo Harris Brenda Jean Harris Phoebe Joyce Jane Ann Leach Barbara Jo Matthews Marilyn Bess Mauldin Mary Lou McComack Linda Jan Morris Billye Faye Mullinax Sydna Carolyn Phillips Betty Ann Roberts Elizabeth Fay Robertson Charlotte Elizabeth Sanders Elizabeth Ann Stephens Carolyn Beth Thomas Sandra Carol Thomas Lora Lee Wurzlow Maude Ballard, Head Resident Counselor rogt 266 fill Spri " ! ANDREWS DORMITORY Resident Counselor DOROTHY PRYOR MARTIN Student Counselor Lou D. HAYS Student Counselor PHYLLIS HENRY Student Counselor NORMA SUE KENNY Student Counselor . PATRICIA ANNE VOGELSANG ADVISORS Arlene Leah Debes Elizabeth Ellen Elkins Martha C. Galindo Betty Jean Gill Norma Sue Kenny Linda Elaine Kilgore Betty Joan Martyn Beverly Ann McLarty Jean Elizabeth Shaw Nancy Jean Sterner Judy Anne Stringer Carol Ann Sullivan Jane Elizabeth Ware front Row: Nancy Jean Sterner, Beverly Ann McLarty, Carol Ann Sullivan, Jane Elizabeth Ware, Betty Jean Gill, Arlene Leah Debes, Linda Elaine Kilgore. Second Row.- Judy Anne Stringer, Jean Elizabeth Shaw, Norma Sue Kenny, Eliza- beth Ellen Elkins, Betty Joan Martyn, Martha C. Galindo. Fronf Row: Sylvia Jane Meyer, Mary Alice Toborg, Carolyn Frances Kyle, Carolyn Ethel Dahse, Judith Ellen Phillips, Sue Ann Shannon, Leila Margaret Kantz, Martha Helne Garrard, Sarah Frances Ferguson, Sandra Jo Karm. Second Row.- S heila Morris, Linda Jo Barnes, Kaybeth Fisher, Lynda Marie Ball, Barbara Ann Armstrong, Prudence Ann Gates, Patsy Ann Pechacek, Carol Ann Sullivan, Ruby Helen Crawford, Margaret Gregory Mayo, Kathryn Sue Knudson, Elizabeth Anne Gooden, Sue Ann Wilkie. Thi ' rd Row: Sally Kyle Stone, Zelma Jean Johnston, Jan LaRue Chinn, Sandra Kay Ehlers, Wanda Rosharon Towery, Betty Sue Brantley, Carol Ann Sheehan, Carolyn Jane Hutchison, Barbara Elece Lindner, Helen Patricia Roberts, Shannon L. Harris, Patricia Lu Speer, Sharon Lynn Collins, Anastasia Linnett, Rosslynn Ferrier, Peggy Jean McClain. Fourth Row: Dianne Gilbert, Johnnie Lee Kucera, Mary Ann Tunnell, Nancy Jean Sterner, Sorah Ellen Schroeder, Marietta Graciela Villarreal, Elia Drucilla Villarreal, Lindc Sue Land, Carolyn Kay Dittman, Phyllis Henry, Linda Elaine Sellers, Lou D. Hays, Patricia Lou Tandy, Joella Marie Gartner, LaVerne Joyce Jez, Ethel Maxine Emerson, Diane Marie Altwein, Roxene Kay Schweers. fifth Row: Linda Jane Snow, Betty Jean Gill, Mary Lucille Throgmorton, Ruby Kay Davis, Becky Cox, Muriel Smith, Jane Elizabeth Ware, Linda Elaine Kilgore, Saza Dee Donnelly, Janice Lou Turner, Sondra Kay Bogy, Maureen Jane Stedifor, Jeanette Fern Holekamp, Meridel Solbrig, Margaret Muriel Solbrig, Mary Lynn Thompson. Page 267 ABOVE: Front flow: Janet Rente Orlt, Janetf Carol Martin, Robbie Jeanne Craze, Mary Withers Trotter, Patricia Ctttite Cornell, Cathorina Elisabeth Agertid, Judith Noet Ward. Second How MM Shelton, Mary Nell Allbritton, Nancy Lind Cromock, Linda Nell Mead, Mary Rebecca Bloke, Carolyn Phyllis leMoster, Betty Lou Zozvorko, Helen Joyce Bowers, Barbara Zoe Griffith, C nfhio Lee Pndergro. Third How Brenda Non Barth, Betty Joyce Peterson, Barbara Rue Bain, Brenda Joyce Smith, Karen Lee Shannon, Mary Ann Albrecht, Peggy Ann Bates, Cynthia Ann Voltmer. BELOW: Front ttow. Carol Bell Morrow, V.rgm.a Elizabeth Hill, Sybil Louise Harrell, Adeline Cecdio Grady, Mary Louise Gerant, Marilyn Joy Shipp. Second Row: Susan Adelaide O ' Brien, Diana Laurel, Sara Allison Burroughs, Brenda Faye Schultze. Dixie Ruth Sauls, Claire Dene Dennis, Joyce Elaine Wiggins, Carolyn Grace Cade, Catherine Ann Chunn. Third Sow Marianne Potton, Emily Jane Eaton, Judith Ann Webb, Carlene Rae Burgheimer, Esther Rilz, Goyle Gilpm, Rosano Gomez, Sutan Clore O ' Neill, Bonnie Annie Laurie Ebest, Julie Ann Sutlon. Fourth Row Marcelme Jane Escude. June Gearner, Martha Maurice Kerst, Sharon Lynn Wilson, Judith Lee Starr, Dorothy Jo Hormond, Isabel Rodriguez, Barbara Ne l Muetse, Lynette Stouffer. BLANTON DORMITORY STAFF Resident Counselor FRANCES B. SHELTON Sfudenf Counselor MARY BLANCHE FANETT Sfudenf Counselor AMY CHERRIE HUNTER Sfudenf Counselor BEVERLY SUE MATLOCK Sfudenf Counselor CAROL BELL MORROW OFFICERS Pres ' denf LINDA JAMENE RENO Vice-Presidenf PATRICIA ANNE KENNEDY Secretary CAROLYN CARPENTER Treasurer CAROLYN LOIS BURGESS ADVISORS Carolyn loit Burgess Virginia Elizabeth Hill Carolyn Carpenter Roberta Jeanne Craze Carole Sue Fenoglio Virginia Ann Finn Mary Louise Gerant Marilyn Joy Shipp Adeline Cecilia Grady Julia An " Sle d Sybil Louise Harrell Mary Withers Trotter Diane Higgins Sarah Janice Upchurch Patricia Anne Kennedy Nancy Jane Kidd Linda Jamene Reno RIGHT.- Front How Julia Ann Sued. Dion Amy Cherne Hunter, Patricia Ann Kennedy, Sarah Janice Upchurch. Second Raw: Karol Jo Martha Ann, Clynda Mar. on Horrell. Ann Eliiobllh Houilon, Goyle Welhouten, Sue Ann Wheel. I, Linda Erlt Ponton. El. da M.chele Goldberg,. Marilyn Joyce Abromt. Borbora Ann Freeman. Third Row Betty Ann Rhodet, Phyllis Blokey Todd. Penny A.leen Kimbra. Borbora Ann M.ltteod. W.lma Jean Woget. Karen E.leen Powell. June Carolyn WS.iley, Mel. no Rote Kom.lle. Bornei, Catherine Dollai Boiler. fourth Row: Yvonne Woddell, Ella Mae Dworte. Karen Sue Lewn. Sue Ann Birkel, Mary Yvonne Abraham, Carol Anne Jonah. LOWER LEFT: Front Row: Nancy Jane Kidd, Carolyn toil Burgeil, Carole Sue Fenogl.o Martha lee K.tim.ller. Second Row Emily Al.ce Burkharl. Kathryn leroyce Wetlholl, Linda Stroul, Mary Jane Kohn. JoLynne Muiielmon, Sandee Gail Everli. Barbara Foye Cothorr. Chene Sandra Heiie. Janet M, II. Old Wilton, Carolyn Cay McCleary. Third Row Marie Thereto Compile. Dunya McCammon, Maria Elena Klein, Suzanne Harbin, Annie Laurie Copelond, Bar bara Ann Brotghton. Rotolyn Jane W. II. ami, Ann Savage, Sandra lee Vaughn, Mar|or e D. Moore, Suion Anne Toomey, l.ndo Joyce Very, fourth Row D.anne F Ryan. Suzanne Knapp, Mary Ella Graham, Elizabeth Evelyn Towlet, Dene Holheini. Eden Von Zondr. Nancy Alec Krevn. Borbora Goyle Denn.t. Delilah Janet. Nancy Barbara Kennedy, Irene louite Reeb LOWER RIGHT: Front Row: Linda Jamene Reno. Mary Blanche Fanetl, Carolyn Carpenter, Virginia Ann Finn Second Row Judith Marie Banned, Carole Jonette Mondrell, Go. I Ann P.erce, Phyllit Ann Groogon, Sandra Jo Word, Carol Edyno Tomlmton. Marilyn Eloyne Trubenbach. Nan Baker Story. She. la Goy Robin. Sarah Elizabeth Hoden rh.rd Row Barbara Go. I Shapiro, loretta Ann B.alek. Marion Louiie Wimberly. Janey Raye Matthewt. Sutan Ellen levin. Jo Beth Rothberg, Evelyn Joyce Ruttell. Margaret Foye Kern, Suzanne Mor.e Stem, Sandra A. We.nttock, Beverly Ann Sp.llor Fourth Row Beverly Jacqwelin Toub. I. Wayne, Carolyn Sandra Harmon, Martha Julie Jonei. Jul.e Kuttermonn, Dor.t Jean Schrock. Virginia Gumn Goff, Mary Jane Sherrod, Mary Jo ' + ' r Betty Ruth Johnton. loura lee Baade. Mary Patricia Moguire f, ' ' Row. Pamela Ann Meyen. Slorlee Ann Dr.tcoll, SounaVo Leigh Peay, Mary E. Brickman, Corole Kaulo Chopo. Mary Gauger. Lynne Ellen, Janice Kay Ourr. Sue Karen Clark, jo A " ,io Carlo. Page 268 ORY E KENNEDY M N CA(P[ NI! , cy Jm Hi i Am Sited I Withers Iroitei CAROTHERS DORMITORY STAFF Counsel rig Supervisor MRS. BURA W. VAN HOOVE Student Counselor SANDRA SUE TANNER Student Counselor. . VIVIEN DEANNE DAVIES CHIDZOY OFFICERS Chairman Secretary-Treasurer . Social Chairman . . . JANIE RAYE DOWDY CONNIE Lois CARVER JEANNE MARIE GOLLY ADVISORS Barbara Ann Barker Linda Lea Brohard Connie Lois Carver Kim Margaret Casey Janie Raye Dowdy Lois Ellen Duncan Faye Florance Grace Elayne Gajdos Jeanne Marie Golly Marilyn Reitz Linda Margaret Rellahan Sunny L. Schulz Mary Louise Slomchinski Marjorie Louise Stephens Ada Gwen White Ann Whitson 7 idM , (will ' , M " S,- SW ' . Crtvt Kf " 1 ' Front Row: Sandra Sue Tanner, Ada Gwen White, Faye Florance, Kim Margaret Casey, Ann Whitson, Mary Louise Slomchinski, Marjorie Louise Stephens, Marilyn Rertr, Jeanne Marie Golly, Sunny L. Schulz, Grace Elayne Gajdos, Vivien Deanne Da vies Chidzoy. Second Row: Linda Lea Brohard, Janie Raye Dowdy, Lois Ellen Duncan, Linda Syphrett, Stephanie Lois Swafford, Barbara Jean Bancroft, Penny Ann Schmitz, Dorothy Lea Cramer, Susan Schindler, Karen Julia Demel, Geraldrne Virginia Bartosh, Barbara Ann Barker. Third Row: Heather Belle Johnson, Delia Rebecca Saenz, Flora Louise Tracy, Patricia Ann Hooper, Carol Ann Terp, Sara Phyllis Goode, Priscilla E. Adams, Elizabeth Gertrude Banks, Lynda Rose Gutierrez, Judith Ann Ragland, Carol Anne Gee, Connie Lois Carver, Linda Margaret Rellahan. Fourth Row; Carolyn Detmore, Shirley Anne McGuire, Joyce Kay Johnson, Lynne Elizabeth Gray, Kappie Jean Smith, Sandra Jean Barnett, Sara Jo Thompson, Maureen Elizabeth Quinn, Margaret Ann Bray show, Manette Yvonne Schwitzer, Rhoda Irene McSpadden, Judith Ann Latimer, Edith Gene Lyles, Rita Carolyn Eosley, Sandra Alene Daniel, Winifred Percilla Forbes, Marianne Maclary. oo, Judith James. Fifth Row.- Helena Maria Weber, Jeanne Alice White, Janet Sue Taylor, June Beverly Galvin, Dana Luciele Kilman, Judy Morris Edgar, Martha R. Fletcher. Sixth Row-. Martha Frances Kerr, Eva Judy Rhyne, Mary Ann Lackey, Janet Phyllis Slomchinski, Joy Dell Grimm, Sharon Kaye Rudy, Donna Beth McCormick, Geralyn Ann Trabacco, Carol Jean Duran, Kathryn Jean Gould, Veniece Mary Sidor, Lai Tene Woo, Judith James. Page 269 GRACE HALL EPISCOPAL DORMITORY FOR GIRLS Director MARTHA CAVIN Assistant to the Director MAGGIE L. MOON President JUDITH ELEANOR WILLIAMS Vice-President JUDITH ANN SWANN Secrefary-Treasurer FRANCES ANNE JONES Chaplain ROBERTA SUE HINTZ Reporter GAIL HELEN MCBRIDE Marcia Jane Hamilton Susan Lindsay Hanson HOUSE COUNCIL Sara Ann Ross Rosemary Ramsey Mary Anna Richards from low Judith Ann Swonn. Liihe Murroy Evoni. Fioncel Ann Jonei. Sato Ann Ion. Nancy Carolyn Hanki. Kothleen Diont Htaner, Dolorn Jan Killing. Monho Ann Sandvri. Barbara Ann Jonei, Suion Lindsay Honion, Janlt Erwin Alltn. Patricia Candac Randolph Second tow lobtrta Sue Hmti. Judy Carol Bly. Ctnn Hacklty. M.r.d.lh Chidtty. Nila Kay Sloooi. Judith Ann Onan. Penny Houdk. Cayla (a lutltr. laiim Ra Phillipi, Marytlltn Hurd, Joannt Elizobtth Bryan, Rot mary Rormvy. riii ' d low: Sandra Kay Ra. Kathtrin Roberta Sttwart, Nancy Junt Ntitlch, Jor Horn . Martha l Mann. Wilma Ann Gill, Jvdith Lynn Cato, l vly lauil H ld. Bivtrly Ann Shipardton Suzonn. Krnlina lind, Dborah Ann Daniili. Carolina Ou b, Jon lagan Carroll, Martha Cathty Baktr. Carolyn jtan VanAktn, Suian Read Baker. Suton Aldrich Ftnlon, Karen Fogg. Pag 770 Sam I . ., v :l- C t KINSOLVING DORMITORY NORTHEAST Resident Counselor ETTA S. FERGUSON Counselor WINCIE LOWE BLANTON Counselor SHARON JOVAY CROUCH Counselor DOROTHY SCHROEDER Counselor DOROTHY BEATRICE SHEPPERSON ADVISORS Margaret Anne Brady Carolyn Joyce Huber Theresa E. Jones D ' Etta Looney Clarice Jane McDonald Sally A. Predock Mary Monroe Shigley Toby Kay Stall Virginia Kay Stall Sandra Rose Stone Analeslie Unfried Janith Dawn Vest -; - " Front Row: Virginia Stone Mathews, Theresa Jones, Rebecca Annette Wood, Analeslie Unfried, Clarice Jane McDonald, Carolyn Joyce Huber, Toby Kay Stall, Mary Monroe Shigley, Sharon Jovay Crouch, Dorothy Beatrice Shepperson, Virginia Kay Stall, N. Charleen Thompson, Linda Marguerite Porter. Second Row: Coleen Heather Collier, Linda Lee MCwphy, Linda Sue Coker, Helen Kay Helm, Marilyn Jean Dobson, Joan Mahoney, Daphne Peggy Clements, Mrs. Etta S. Ferguson, Sondra Jane Lerner, Linda Ruth Loveless, Anne Clark, Erminia Pinina Norrod, Bonnie Charlotte Singer, Sharon Lynne Wildstein, Rayma Jean Watson, Janith Dawn Vest, Janette Overton. Third Row. Emily Meador Bradshaw, Rita Kay Webb, Mary Joan Chalfont, Gail Weatherby, Loretta Lynn Hammons, Alice Carol Newberry, Elten Leeds Jones, Patricia Gail Cook, Janet Laverne Fritz, Sandra Lee Dean, Sibyl Marie Queen, Jeanne Anne Watson, Martha Louise Gaskin, Julia Ellen Edwards, Lynda F. Lauderdale, Frieda Ann Jenkins, Lefa Evelyn Taylor, Barbara Anne Hurt, Margaret Helen Juniper, Suellen Sims Speer, Ada Lou Hartman, Marsha Marie White. Fourth Row: Deanna Marye Dimmitt, Cynthia Anne Ashford, Mary Lou Keller, Janice Amy Marett, Mary Dwyce Engstrom, Carolyn Ruth Coker, Susan Phyllis Levine, Sara Katherine Wells, Johanna Old, JoAnn McClellan, Elizabeth Anne Koch, Patricia Ann Criswell, Anita Kay Harding, Linda Lee Barnebey, Ann Pinson Clarke, Jean Anne Webb. Pasc 271 KINSOLVING DORMITORY NORTHWEST STAFF Resident Counselor ETTA S. FERGUSON Counselor MAGGIE H. FOUNTAIN Counselor VIRGINIA LEA MATTHEWS Counselor EILEEN B. SCHULACK Counselor B. CAROLYN SIPTAK Counselor BARBARA ANN WALKER Ann Burrows ADVISORS Ann Elizabeth Morris Carol Ann Cole Elizabeth Anne Rose Ruth Elizabeth Day E. Joann Russell Dolores Gomez Carolyn Nell Hooper Mary Diana McCarter Carolyn Shelton Barbara Lynne White Rebecca Annette Wood front low: Koy F Palltn, B Carolyn Siptak. Carolyn Sh.llon. Barbara Lynn Whilt, rtulh Elizabeth Day, Ann fluobtlh Morr.i, t. Jaonn (until. El zob lh Ann tot Dolortt Gomtz Stcond tow Judy lurki, Kolhlttn Mont Coppt, Clairt Jontt Timmani, Jan Elizobtth lyont, Ann Mori, lamtty, Suion Jan. Ellund. Mn Ella S. Frguion. Joyct Elltn Ctanlon, Patricia Annt Dunmir . Carol Morgortt Campion, Dionn Margortl Htlltn, Morlha Jtan Parnsh. Morgartt Halt Oofcti. Jon Jont. Ih.rd tow Mary Lurlmt Douglat. Jo N.cH.n. Carolyn SoHar. Nancy Stuart Bardtn, Sandra lt lawrtnct. Marilyn Morgan Savogt Su Virginia Finly. GlodtA, M.crol. Anndt PoiUrion, Jon Ann Jaco, Suannt Kay Whitlow, Janio lynn Sluckty, Xathryn rotncia Simi, Sharon Kay England, lila Virginia M.mi. jayct Conillt Langtfhani. Phyllis Mant Kaztn, Carol Ann Colt. tog. 272 KINSOLVING DORMITORY SOUTHEAST STAFF Resident Counselor MARGARET LOUISE BROWN Counselor MARILYN WHALEY Counselor SANDRA LYNN STOLZ Counselor PENNY BROOKS Counselor NATALIE GOLDREYER Counselor. . HARRIET HINTON HANDY OFFICERS Advisor Chairman MARY JANE PRATSCHER Student Relations Chairman ERIN MARIE ALESSANDRA Secretary-Treasurer PATRICIA JANE SMITH ADVISORS Martha Lucretia Brannon Margaret Sue Dutton Arlene Carol Elster Anna Belle Engleking Alice Olivia Ford Patricia Ann Fox Susan Greeves Martha Ann Hansen Bobbie Ann Harper Mary Grace Maxcy Martha Clifford Mays Mary Jane Pratscher Jeanne Louise Sears Patricia Jane Smith Judy Jean White Front Row: Margaret Sue Dutton, Patricia Ann Fox, Anna Belle Engleking, Susan Greeves, Alice Olivia Ford, Judy Jean White, Martha ClifforcKMays, Bqbbie Ann. Harper, Jeanne Louise Sears, Mary Jane Pratscher, Patricia Jane Smith. Second Row: Marilyn Whaley, Mary Grace Maxcy, Katherine Kennedy Weston, Marsha Frances Williams, Elaine Hester, Tyann Stelzer, Jo Ann ' _ Serrano, Mary fiances Franc , Patricia Ann Wellman, Karen Lynn Nevola, Bonnie Virginia Howe, Carlotte Ariel Durham, Virginia Lea Young, Arlene Carol Elster, Carolyn Jo Hendriclcs, Norrha Ruth Haggard, Martha ' ; Ann Hansen, Nancy Virginia Loehman, Betty Lee Rohmer, Susan Moore, Catherine Jane Wilson, Natalie Goldreyer, Suzanne Lee Reynolds, Quinelyn Lee Adams, Rose Mary Ard, Betty Ann Milliard, Pamela Ruth Weathers, Rita Virginia Mims, Linda Marie Ames, Rachel Cornelia Merrimon, Marie Louise Cereaux, Janet Lynn Hopper, Susan Zemma Murrell, Paula Cyrene Crain, Laura Jayne Mings, Martha Tipps, Susan Richardson Syers, Linda Kay Crist, Susan Beth Scharlack, Vicki Lee Brondenberger, Mary Annette Vessels, Claira MacLedeen Hefley, Karen Diane Boudreaux, Jane Hunt, Beverly Ruth Maxcy. Third Row: Margaret Louise Brown, Jacquelynn Harshey Juvenal, Karen Kay Neff, Linda Diane Alvis, Susan Brown, Sandra Evans, Carole Jean Last, Carole Sue Crowell, Bonnie Franz, Catherine Elizabeth Dove, Martha Sue Kercheville, Josephine Maxine Cohen, Nancy Kay Rogers, Janis Ann Moss, Charlotte Ann Bell. Fourr i Row: Judye Ann Galeener, Sally Ann Janecek, Sandra Marie Dietz, Landa Claude Lancaster, Sally Foster Taylor, Virginia Mary Bailey, Yvonne Valeria Baron, Mary Margaret Bolton, Lillian Frances Newell, Diane Louise Daily, Carolyn Jay Stephenson, Betty Sue Appenbrink, Nita Gay Russell, Claustine K. Kendall Baylor, Georganne Elaine , Hinds, Kenna Jane ' le Stowell, Joyce Kay Turner, Jan Margaret Tips, Mary Martha May, Dottie Georgenna Benedict, Mae Dell Ann Rhemann, Isabell Smithers, Savanna Steves, Katherine erna Andrus Margaret Marie deSynek, Elizabeth Minter White, Cynthia Ann Keeney, Lou Ann Price, Carol Ann Cary, Rose Marie Monk, Sharon Lee Ashton, Anita Louise B.It, Ann Connor Brown. , Page 173 KINSOLVING DORMITORY SOUTHWEST STAFF Resident Counselor ETHEL M. KREAGER Counselor BIUYE LYNN BAINE Counselor KATHRYN LOUISE CARRICO Counselor HARRIET HINTON HANDY Counselor . . JOYCE RAY JOHNSON ADVISORS Nancy Etta Andrews Bette Jane Azadian Michele Guillot Mila Jean Hillard F. Sue Brooks Adele Sharon Hoffman Christy Jo Brown Janice Mary Chadwell Hazel Jane Clements Caren Maynett Cox Rochelle Lynne Hoffman Caroline Olson Esther Mary Roberts Barbara Jean Tosch From low Belt. Jon. Alodion. Corolint Otion, Jomct Mory, Cartn Co , Mila Jon Hillofd, Sut trookl, Nancy Ella Andrtwl, larbara J.on Toich. Either Mary lobent. Haiti Jane CltMnli, Guillot Second low Dorolfcy Thompjon. Be ' ty Karon Hughn Ma ' lho Cl Slrock. Sut Ellen McClellan. Jantl Itigh Bailty, Mary Inn folm.r. Jan. Cll.i Sltvtni. Harti.l t.(nic C ' bbi, Yvonn. laro . Judy Kay Corn, Ellen Kay F.utr. Phylln Caylt Brov.mon, Ma 0 ll Ann h.monn, Hortm Hlnlon Handy. Third Dow Bill,. Lynn taint. Sharon NicHolt Gambit. Mary Erin Porl.r, Ann Eluabtlri Jacoby. Sunny Ann Evtlyn SKpntni, Carol Ann Htdgt, Jon.t Cillam T.tknor, Kay lynn Morrow. Maiy Stuart Du.oer Mtnlyn Kay Sodden. Judith Fayt lawrtnct, Mary KolK.nn. Smith. JMlico loytct Darling, Cathtnn (luabtlh Do... Joyct Johnion, Sally Middlt- Ion, Dona Eil Ivvint. fourth low- Maura PKyll.i Sandra Mo-.. Shirlty J.on llty. Alict B.lty Milltr, Ntll Norwood. Sharon Franco larbara tilth Iriiltr, Carol Ann May, Kvrry Ellen Korchmtr. Nancy jtonnt And.rion, Joan Wright, Dtonna Jtan Butich.k. A. Sandra Fonyth, Lynn Elizobtth Horwood, Jon.ll Sv. Willioim, Joan Alien, Kalhryn Lount Cameo. Patricia Jton Ktown. f.ltb low E.l.en logoff. Modtlyn Jtan Dolgoll. Marilyn Sut Htchlman, Paula Brown. Jtonnt Ktith William, loil Abbty Wo.n.r. Lynn. Marit laithl.. Corn. Ann Crolti. Kartn lucillt Cintalton. Jtnn.. l.t Alma lount lobmion. Harlyn tulh Ftin, Franctt Ann Nuttboum. Kr.ilin lowtn. fog. 274 ' ' .- I KIRBY HALL STAFF Director IRENE T. POWERS Counselor JANET E. HAGLER Counselor MARY BINYON BERRYMAN ADVISORS Joe Helen Cronenberger Barbara Ann Daigle Grace Eloise Johnson Janis Lynn Kneblik Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn, Chairman Student Relations Committee Jo Ann Marie Wessels Barbara Anne Miller, Chairman Judy Diane Mumma, Secretary Celia Fay Patton Eleanor Katherine Perry Leah Raye Sexton , 0.1 " Front Row: Grace Eloise Johnson, Celic Fay Patton, Judy Diane Mumma, Leah Raye Sexton, Jo Ann Marie Wessels, Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn, Jon is Lynn Kneblik, Mary Binyon Berryman. Second Row; Katherine Brenda Grain, Nina Lou Lemons, Laura Ann Martin, Martha Moudy Holland, Frankie Ruth Lewis, Carolyn Jo Clapp, Ruth Eileen Droemer, Mary Elizabeth Tittle. Third Row: Janet E. Hagler, Carolyn Fay Kiesling, Eleanor Katherine Perry, Pansy Dale Faith, Inocente Calderon Munoz, Joan Elaine James, Laura Jeanne Kassos, Beverly Irene Blount, Judy Carolyn Denison, Josie Townsend, Daphne Dee Gerald, Pauline Toll ef son. Fourth Row-. Betty Louise Eskridge, Mayrene Louise LeNoir, Barbara Jean Dunn, Sharon Dianne Edmiston, Tana Mae Miller, Nancy Dwade Engle, Suzanne Fleming, Patricia Diane Gunter, Marion Kathleen Littau, Linda Ruth McAdams, Barbara A. McCullough, Sally Anne Wells, Lillian Carol Chernosky, Jo Ann Cope. Fifth Row: Marilyn Minton, Helen Ruth Schneider, Jennie Carolyn Aust, Sherilynn Pridgeon, Marilyn June Adams, Judith Ann Lanier, Jeanette Diane Tate, Delores Ann Andrews, Carolyn Grace Davis, KatHeen Mary Speegle, Carolyn Ann Ho well, Maria El ana Eubank, Judith Lee Compton, Gwyndolen Ruth Petty, Joan Louise Overcash, Frances Eugenia Turbiville, Patricia Ann McCrone, Beckie Lou Gross, Nancy Dee Beard, Ditzler Yvonne Turner. Sixth Row: Marilyn Tollefson, Elizabeth Ann Isensee, Virginia Ann Everttt, Betty Jo Farris, Dorothy Jane Martin, Elizabeth Ann Edmiston, Martha Jean Womack, Linda Ruth Harvey, Cynthia T. Morgan, Deleese Agee, Emily Ruth Crow, Linda Ann Banks, Donna Joyce Smith, Dorothy Ann Combs, Bettie Alicia Beaird, Zelda Kay Bryant, Linda Kay Clapp, Rosemary Jersig, Paula Christine Edwards. Page 275 LITTLEFIELD DORMITORY fronf Row: Milo Louise Wilsey, Mary Marion Pulver, Billie Gayle Schumacher, Dinah Kay Heiter, Mary Catherine Llttlejohn, Frances Rhenae Shaffer. Second Row Mary Alice Spell, Sandra Elizabeth Ewell, Patricia Jean McClure, Linda Kay Holdor, Florence Randal Fitzhugh, Marilyn Kay Russey, Louise Winfrey. Third Row: Janet Greer Nelson, Betty Jean Bland, Mary Jane Alton, Judith Mae Roberts, Marilyn Gail Henley, Sandra Janet Perlowski, Nancy Ellen Thrift, Nancee Ellen Parker. STAFF Resident Counselor MARY A. SPELL Assistant Resident Counselor LOUISE MANIGAULT WINFREY Student Counselor MITA LOUISE WILSEY OFFICERS Advisor Chairman DINAH KAY HEISER Social Chairman FRANCES RHENAE SHAFFER Secrefary MARY JANE ASTON Treasurer BILIIE GAYLE SCHUMACHER Chaplain MARY CATHERINE LITTLEJOHN ADVISORS Mary Jane Aston Betty Jean Bland Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Florence Randal Fitzhugh Dinah Kay Heiser Marilyn Gail Henley Linda Kay Holdar Mary Catherine Littlejohn Patricia Jean McClure Janet Greer Nelson Nancee Ellen Parker Sandra Janet Perlowski Mary Manson Pulver Judith Mae Roberts Marilyn Kay Russey Billie Gayle Schumacher Frances Rhenae Shaffer Nancy Ellen Thrift filfe Pi - . -.:.:. r. HmniNi bpmu. front Row.- Penny Ann Howord, Joanne Nelson, Mary Terry Houn, Jonie Winifred Burt, Jeonnette Merrimon, jeonell Buida, Devera Eve Satisfy. Pot Alton, Penney Lee Watteri. econd Row. Nancy Elizabeth Galloway, Venita Gail Smith, Sally Anne Lehr, Suzanne Dolorei Grille, Susan Carter Trimble, Diane Chamberlm Calkini. Linda Carol McCain, Mary Elizabeth Bonnell, Lois Nell Lammert, Janice Golle, Bonnie Beth Boird. Suton Schreiber. Third low Kathleen Louise Ouinn, Jo Ann Hedricli, Suzanne Jane Hughes, Margaret Anne Rudder, Sandra Kay Browder, Zane Ann Morgan, Carol Jane Robinson, Jane Voight, Lola Beth Wright, Glenda Ann Finfcelstein, Helen Hicks, Edith Jane Pond, Mary Katherine Stribling. Ethel Lowdon Wiley, Carole Ann Wilson. Fourth Row Helena Rebecca Frenkil, Mary Elizabeth Doyle, Suton Marie Logon, Melinda Summers, Anno Lee Kreiter. Fleur Annette Christensen. FUth Row.- Mary Elizabeth Friesner, Carol Marie Cowon, Johnnye Jon Ryon, Kathenne Louise Becker. Barbara Sue Harry, Jean Ann Lynch, Donna Day Keietmg, Jo Neil Evans. Evelyn Mori Quaglino, Margaret Ruth Cridlebough, Judith Foye Klein, Bonnie Nancy Oenshaw, Neno Sondra Foulk, Georga Ann Mueller, Wenona Scoot Shelton. Carolyn June Turk. Stvfh Row: Judith Elaine Allwright, Marianne Louise Zimmerman, Mary Elaine Hartsell, Sheila Ava Toole, Diana Jill Caldwell, Sytvia Elaine Simmon, Diane Imogene Hamilton. Shorron Elizabeth Smortt, Jill Hunter Garngan, Chen Lynne Houte, Dianne Elaine Colgrove. Delia Jessamine loyd. Donna Roye Oberpriller, Elizabeth Anne Filei. Mary Elizabeth Duncan, Gail Walker, Elizabeth Ann Gardner, Sharon Elizabeth Browning, Sandra Lee Burns, Emily Ann Lamon, Jocquelyn Marwice Thompson, P.nna Lee Indorf. Betty Ann Veuels, JeanneHe Marie Helmcomp, Ruth Ann Short, Ruth Ann Holcomb. Elizabeth Camilee Kelion. Barbara Jean Vessels, Joyce Jane Weed- man. Ruth Mane S ' M.n, Sara Jane Mitchell, Margaret Allene Neol. Seventh Row Sue Ann Banks, Dorothy Burr. Cynthia Jean Pearson, Christine Ann Werner, Brenda Kay Gass, Mary Beth Reavii. Eltelle Anne CollcoM, Mary Purnelt. Linda Kathryn Mills, Thereto Kaye Northcott. Anne Carol Deloune, Elome Gail Peck, Susan Estelle Meyer, Susan Billups. DonNell Penner, Frances Ann No rns. Kothefine Jane Oliver. Ronda Nell McCollough, Brenda Jean Brown. Victoria lee Hunter, Jeannme Copps. Mary Nell Nolen. Lynn Mane Moore, Judy G Blonlan. Page 276 MEN ' S RESIDENCE HALLS STAFF Manager HELEN NORWOOD DEATHE Assistant Manager JAMES OLIVER BRAEUTIGAM Supervisor. Robert Francis Earhart Willie Paul Dunn BRACKENRIDGE HALL JOHN ALLEN WHEELER, JR. COUNSELORS Richard Lewis Pringle Alonzo Church Wood SAN JACINTO DORMITORIES F, G, AND H Supervisor JOHN WILLIAM WARNER COUNSELORS Jerry Marion Graybill, Spring Daniel E. Kubiak Ralph Keith Banks, Fall Larry Jesse Garrett, Fall Eugene Paul Sturm, Spring ROBERTS HALL Supervisor RICHARD ALLAN COMSTOCK COUNSELORS Raymond Best Allen James Alton Alsup, Jr. Homer Lee McGinnis Artie Joe Spitzer LITTLE CAMPUS DORMITORY Supervisor ALBERT FRED ROIZ COUNSELORS Harry Phil Hubbard, Fall Robert Jack Herring, Spring Supervisor. PRATHER HALL ..DANIEL GRAHAM GALLOWAY COUNSELORS Thomas Richard Anderson David Lee Franklin Hammond Harold Heath James Duncan Stephen SAN JACINTO DORMITORY A Supervisor, Fall JAMES HILTON STROMAN Supervisor, Spring RALPH KEITH BANKS COUNSELORS Howard Neil Crosby, Fall George Kenneth Paul, Spring MOORE-HILL HALL Supervisor Assistant Supervisor. .CLIFFORD FRANKLIN McMASTER TOMMY ALLEN HERRINGTON Wayne Leon Browning Johnny Walter Gotten Gerald Steven Cyprus Thomas Ray DeSalme William H, Dunn, Spring Bailey Lavin Guess, III COUNSELORS Ronald James Gieser Robert Louis Harris James Carroll Herring, Jr., Fall Don Hatchett Robert Charles Kelly Alton Wayne Ritter SAN JACINTO DORMITORIES B, C, AND D Supervisor JAMES A. WALTERS COUNSELORS Willie Cleveland Jordan William H. Dunn, Fall Larry Jesse Garrett, Spring SIMKINS HALL Supervisor JOHN QUINCY ADAMS COUNSELORS David Carroll Bonnen Hubert Oxford, III, Fall John Stephenson Ludlam, Spring John A. Rawlins Bobby Shannon Tyler front Row: Pringle, Galloway, Franklin, Stroman, Banks, Wood, Allen, Roiz. Second Row.- Walters, Braeutigam, J. Herring, Herrington, Anderson, Guess, Kelly, DeSalme, Gieser, Kubiak, Hubbard. Third Row: Warner, Wheeler, Jordan, Hatchett, Heath, McMaster, W. H. Dunn, Ritter, Deathe, Comstock, Browning, Garrett, Cyprus, Alsup, McGinnis, Spitzer, Harris. Page 277 NEWMAN HALL STAFF D recforess SISTER MARIA STELLA Resident Counselor BEULAH RICE MILES Assistant Resident Counselor MONE P. HIGHLEY OFFICERS President CAROLYN MARTHA SHORT Vice-President HELEN PATRICIA CARRELL Secretary KAREN ANN CLEM Treasurer ROSE ANN ELIZABETH SAMPERI Co-Treasurer MARY MARGARET JOHNSON Reporter JANICE LA ERNE HABY Historian . . PAMELA ANN MCCARTY ADVISORS Margaret A. Beaulieu Susan Lynn Grant Betty Jane Heinsohn Mary Jane Hendricks Mary Elizabeth Kanize Patricia Peters Mary Ellen Richter Carol Ann Roehl Mary Virginia Schulz Ruth Jane Stammann Martha Louise Tiemann Lindi Rolir Barb Myrl Dear Caro Front How Morit Yvonn Pot mo, Elizabeth Ann Luody, Ntlli Dioz, Btrlo Trtvino, Chnthnt Mattingly, Margaret A. B auli u, Carmen H mbr . Mary Lt Corcoran, H l n Corrtlt, Mary Morgor t Johnion, R m dio Guiman Frod |Oi, Eleanor Dion Robert! Second Row Chorlen Mori Mtnon, Mory Ann Seomon. Ruth Jon Stammann. Mary Ellen Richler, Btty Jant Htinsohn, Mary Elizabeth Kmzt, Sandra Corlofto Lweck-ng Gloria Irma Guitierrez, Roiemary Harrelion, Olga Qumonei. Thrrd Row: Mont Highl ?, Nora De La Gatia, Roberta Ana Fvrnandcz, Carolyn Agnti Sditr, Jonic Mor Morgan. Mary Sh ila Samu li, Janic LaV fn Hoby. Martha O Day Hudlow, Dorothy Ann Owieidtky. Maria No lio Arr donda, Jtnni Mori Sdita Kor n Ann Cl m, Carolyn Martha Short, R b CCO Sw Motthwi. Martha Low.i Ticmann, Patricia P t ri, Carol Germain Coll mi, Bobbi Su Swain, B ulah Ric Mil i. fourth ow: Ruby L Bwk mpf. Viola Rodngv x, Dolorn Margaret Glou. Patricia Ann Mulv y, J an tt Browd r. Diana Lou SUng r. L M an El xob t h Koih, J rald nt Th f o Walker, Gabr.elle Ann Montlh, Kathleen Roe St wtt, n El zab th Jtt.c, Mono AI. C O Canal , Judith Ann Gold.n Pag 278 SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY STAFF Director ALICE McCoNNEU Head Resident Counselor MAUDE BALLARD Resident Counselors MARY LEUTWYLER MADIE ANN MORGAN Graduate Student Counselors CAROLE EVELYN CLEMMONS EMILY ANN MORRIS SUE SIMMONS MC NITY Resident Graduate Nurse and Counselor BETSY LINN EELLS Office Manager LILLIAN JENKS Secretary INEZ FLETCHER Food Production and Service Manager ISORA COOKE Housekeeping Supervisor JEAN BURRELL Chief Engineer THOR CARLSON Head Gardener and Florist GILBERT MCACHERN Laundry Superintendent ROY DAUGHTERTY Night Watchman ALICK JOHNSON OFFICERS Chairman ROLINDA DEANE BAILEY V ce-Cha rman CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH SANDERS Secrefary SUSAN CHAPPELL FORD Devotional Chairman BILLYE FAYE MULLINAX Social Chairman ELIZABETH FAY ROBERTSON Publicity SYLVIA ANN GRIDER ADVISORS Linda Diane Alvis Rolinda Deane Bailey Barbara Gene Bowen Myrlan Cox Deanna Dorchester Carolyn Draeger Muse Elizabeth Evans Susan Chappell Ford Sylvia Ann Grider Barbara Jo Harris Brenda Jean Harris Phoebe Joyce Jane Ann Leach Barbara Jo Matthews Marilyn Bess Mauldin Mary Lou McComack Linda Jan Morris Billye Faye Mullinax Sydna Carolyn Phillips Betty Ann Roberts Elizabeth Ray Robertson Charlotte Elizabeth Sanders Elizabeth Ann Stephens Carolyn Beth Thomas Sandra Carol Thomas Lora Lea Wurzlow : .. : ' M. IB , ' Front Row: Morris, Motthews, Evons, Sanders, Robertson, Bailey, Ford. Second Row: Cox, Roberts, Alvis, Bowen, Stephens, Wurzlow, McComack, Phillips Third Row: Joyce, Leach, Mullinax, Dorchester, B. Jo Harris, Bollard, S. Thomas, B. Jean Harris, C. Thomas, Mauldin, Grider, Draeger. Page 279 INTER-CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL OFFICERS President JOHN MILTON CRAWFORD, JR., TLOK Vice-President JO ANN KAY PANKRATZ, WHITEHALL Secretary MARIE HERMINE OELKERS, SHANGRI-LA Treasurer GARY LYNN MARSHALL, TLOK Parliamentarian JOSEPH ROBERT CLEVELAND, CAMPUS GUILD Reporter LINDA JOYCE WARE, FELECIA Reporter WILLIAM PAUL DERRICK, RAMSHORN Historian EVELYN YVONNE DEASON, ALMETRIS Historian SONDRA SUE CLARK, FELECIA Social Chairman, fall CAROL JEAN ZIMMERMAN, SHANGRI-LA Social Chairman, fail DON ALLEN ROBERTS, STAG Social Chairman, Spring PATRICIA ANN CARLILE, WAKONDA Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM DAVID CARR WOMEN REPRESENTATIVES Almelris EVELYN YVONNE DEASON BETTY JOAN GRIGGS Felecia SANDRA TROY McVAY NANCY JOYCE HOPWOOD Halstead t MARY EVELYN SMITH HELEN BOUDNY Pearce LYNDA H. POWELL BARBARA JO SHEFFIELD Powell IRIS JEAN ROHDE BARBARA ANN BURKE Shangri-La JULIE THIEME DOROTHY SUE KELLY Theadorne BARBARA JOAN REEVES LOUISE ROCHELLE ZOLLER Valhalla PAULA JO BLACK JANE LOWN Wakonda PATRICIA ANN CARLILE MARGARITA ESCAMILLA Whitehall NANCY D. JOHNSON JUDITH ELAINE WILLENBORG MEN REPRESENTATIVES Carnpu. Guild SPENCER FRANCIS McCLURE LEWIS CLIFTON FONTNO Ed Price GARY ALEX KOOPMANN TOM EARL HOOVER Ramjhorn STEPHEN JEROME WEBER Royal JOHN DAVID JARRARD ELIAS PERRY LUNA Slag LYNN SANDOL BEELER MILVERN R. HARRELL Theleme JACK EDWIN BONNER JERRY JEREL JONES T. L. O. K. MICHAEL HORACE CASEY RONALD FRANKLIN SCHOLL Twin Pines ROBERT ADAIR JOHNSON JERRY WAYNE WHITTEN Varsity Hall JOHN DAY CURTIS front Kow Monholl. Otll.-i Cleveland. Ponkrolz. Craw- ford. Second fow Griggt. Witten- berg. Deojon. Reevei. Rohd . Block, Zoller. Third Sow. Johnson. Corlile. Shell, eld. Mono Eldo Gar- cia, Jerry AnneMe Marrow. Bowdny. Fourth tow.- luna, Eicamillo Alict Kotar. Thieme. Smith. fill ow: Seeler, Alejandro Garcia, Dtnicfc, Sleven Michael Neuie, Jeanme Nowolny. Surh fow Horrell. Tom Earl Hutcheion. Hoover. Hoop mann. Weber Seventh ow Bonner, Jontt. Jorrord. Carr, Scholl Pog. 380 CAMPUS GUILD The CAMPUS GUILD is a co-operative living and dining association for male students of the University. It is a non-profit organization. OFFICERS President FRANK VALTON VOGEL House Vice-President ROBERT MORRIS JOHNSON Kitchen Vice-President JOHN ALMOND BEHRENS Treasurer JAMES ROY CHISM Secretary ROBERT MAYO RICHARDS Komm ssar MANUEL MONROE CARTER Faculty Advisor DONALD RAY MIGHELL Shigeru Akiyama Ubertino M. Aliaga Eulalio Arzaga, Jr. Richard Douglas Ayers Murillo Manuel Barren, Jr. Robert Lee Bass, III Ben Farrell Behrens John Almond Behrens Winfred McCoy Blanton David Gunn Broyles Roy Lee Cannon Kelly Wilson Carpenter Lewis Ferrell Carter Manual Monroe Carter Tah Chi Chen Chi Hsien Chiang James Roy Chism Joseph Robert Cleveland Harold Dean Cubley Lewis Clifton Fontno Will Mulkey Foreman Joel Garza German Guajardo, Jr. Pablo Guajardo, Jr. Rudolph Rios Guzman, Jr. MEMBERS Gerald Mack Harris Charles William Heaton Oscar Leonel Hinojosa Ruben Eloy Hinojosa Robert Nicholas Hoffman Charles Edward Hundley, II Yasuhiko Ikebe Robert Morris Johnson Walter Mitchell Jones David Victor Juarez John Rae Justice, Jr. Jerome Kasten Larry Dean Kemp Lyndon Gayle Knippa Glendal Berton Laminack Tom Kuo Lee Lester Lee Lewis, Jr. Michio Makita Michael Bryan Manning Joe Jack Mayhew Spencer Francis McClure Charles Frank McKinney William Alexander McNeill Albino Rene Mendoza Allen Michael Middleton Arthur Clark Middleton Phillip Warren Mintz Lawrence Ray Mullen Takayuki Nate Steven Michael Neuse Robert William Osborne, Jr. Granville Emil Ott J. Alexander Patterson Jorge A. Pedraza Harley Hamilton Pritchard, Jr. Rudolph Ramirez Santiago Ramirez Robert Mayo Richards William Eldon Sims Willard Joe Sparks Martin Wayne Spitzenberger Vernon Wesley Stanley William Richard Stockwell, Jr. Julian Suez James Carlyle Thompson, Jr. James Daniel Toney William Kelley Tuttle Frank Valton Vogel Nat David Wells Gerald Stevens Williams Thomas Eugene Wood Sam Wayne Young Antonio Zamora Front Row: Foreman, Sparks, Hundley, McClure, Cubley, Young, Nate, Jones, Alciyama, Makita. Second Row: Mayhew, Lee, Arzaga, Williams, A. C. Middleton, Ikebe, Wood, Broyles, Osborne, A. M. Middleton, R. Hinojosa. Tftird Row: Chiang, B. Behrens, Juarez, O. Hinojosa, Tuttle, McNeill, Justice, Barren, Heaton, Cleveland. Fourth Row: Mullen, Fontno, Hoffman, S. Ramirez, Aliaga. Filth Row: Manning, J. Behrens, Patterson, Bass, Ayers, Harris, Garza, P. Guajardo, Stockwell, Thompson, G. Guojardo. Sixth Kow: Johnson, Vogel, Cannon, Chism, Zamora, Kasten, Richards, Spitzenberger, Carpenter, Toney, Blanton. Page 281 ROYAL CO-OPERATIVE OFFICERS Fall Spring JOHN DAVID JARRARD NOEL Voss SMITH, JR President JOHN EUGENE MIDDLEBROOKS, II Secretary JACK ALIEN FARSCHMAN JAMES KEY BEARD Treasurer JOSE M. MORALES CARL G. MATTYS Food Buyer DOUGLAS OGDEN SMYTH DAVID CHARLES LOWE Intramural Chairman . . .ELIAS PERRY LUNA James Key Beard Ronald Wayne Best George Edwin Cromer Oscar Cruz Jack Allen Farschman Richard Fletcher Richard Earl Goolsby John David Jarrard Howard Wayne Koenig Daniel Delano Kubin MEMBERS Joseph Reid Kuykendall David Charles Lowe Glenn Richard Lucas Elias Perry Luna Baldev Singh Manhas Carl C. Matthys John Eugene Middlebrooks, II Jose M. Morales Armando Rodriguez James Douglas Salinas Henry San Miguel, Jr. Ram Krishan Sharma Bobby Lawrence Simpson Noel Voss Smith, Jr. Douglas Ogden Smyth John David Tusnek David Earl Whitaker, Jr. John Dudley Wilder Leopold Zertuche, Jr. Fionl ffor Whitaktr, low , Rodnguvi, SJiorma. Simpion. Svcond Row- Smith. Moroltt. FUlchtc. Salinoi. Btatd, Cromtr. Third low Kubin. Tn.l. Jorrord. San M.gutl. M.ddlb.ooki. Ztflvclo Pag. 282 THE STAG Fall JAMES FRANCIS HILL. LARRY GENE DOSSEY GARRY DEAN DOSSEY GUSTAVO HECTOR MARTINEZ. BERNARD CHARLES KISSEL. OFFICERS .... President .... . . . food Buyer . . . Secrefary-Ma ' nfa ' ner . .... Treasurer . . . . . Faculty Sponsor . . Spring CLIFFORD GENE SHARP ..RONALD Louis PARRISH JOHN D. PHILIPS . . .MILTON LARRY THOMAS .BERNARD CHARLES KISSEL James Andrew Adkins Lynn Sandol Beeler Carl Daniel Bogart Jackie Joe Bullion Paul David Cameron Guillermo de Alba Garry Dean Dossey Larry Gene Dossey Thomas James Geren Milvern R. Harrell MEMBERS James Francis Hill Michael Edward Jones Robert George Ledbetter Manuel Amado Lopez Rodalfo Jose Lopez Charles F. McCullough Gustavo Hector Martinez John Francis Matthews Boyd Wayne Meier Raymond Arthur Norton Ronald Louis Parrish John D. Philips Don Allen Roberts Clifford Gene Sharp Robert John Shuler David Stiles Milton Larry Thomas Victor Xavier Villarreal Michael Maurice Williamson Robert John Winn , Fronf Row.- Hill, Beeler, Harrell, Cameron, Williamson, Matthews, Thomas, Stiles. Second Row: Martinez, R. Loper, Bogarf, McCullough, G. Dossey, L. Dossey, Ledbetter, Adkins. Third Row: Shuler, Bullion, Gerert, Jones, M. Lopez, de Alba, Sharp, Parrish, Meier. Page 283 STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION The STUDENTS ' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION is a non-profit organization designed to provide member groups with food and supplies at economical rates made possible through co-operative buying. Eligible for membership are non-profit student organizations maintaining houses. OFFICERS President PEDRO GARCIA Men ' s Co-Opera f ves Vice-President WARREN DOUGLAS HOWELL Fraternities Corresponding Secretary JEANINE ANN WATSON Sororities Recording Secretary JEANNE POPE Women ' s Co-Operaf Ves Treasurer DOUGLAS PAUL MEADOR Fraternities Faculty Members RALPH LEWIS DAY ROBERT E. SEILER Advisors DONALD RAY MIGHELL MARGARET PECK Manager THOMAS B. BEATTY MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS Almetris Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Campus Guild Christian Faith and Life, Men ' s Branch Chi Phi Crow ' s Nest Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Phi Epsilon Delta Sigma Phi Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon Ed Price Hall Felicia Halstead Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Oak Grove Pearce Co-op Pi Beta Phi Phi Delta Thela Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Theta Phi Mu Phi Sigma Delta Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Powell House Presbyterian Seminary Ramshorn Co-op Royal Co-op Shangri-La Co-op Sigma Alpha Mu Sigma Chi Sigma Delta Tau Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon The Stag Tau Delta Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon Tejas Club Theadorne Theleme Theta Chi Theta Xi T.LO.K. Twin Pines Valhalla Varsity Hall Wakonda Whitehall . ' I front flow: Gorcio. Walton, Mow.ll Scontf low: fealty. Dor. M.ador. M.jh.ll. Stillt THELEME OFFICERS President ARTHUR ROBERT HINOJOSA Whip JERRY DALE ERWIN Secretary REYNALDO MALDONADO Treasurer RICHARD LEE JURGENA Food Buyer FRANK L. ROLANDO Social Chairman JERRY JEREL JONES Scholastic Chairman JOHN P. SKINNER, JR. Parliamentarian JACK EDWIN BONNER Faculty Advisor ELWOOD J. PREISS Daryl Ray Alford Jack Edwin Bonner Lyle Albert Brasfield Thomas England Carswell, Jr. Hugh Campbell Dismukes Elbert Theo Dubose, Jr. James Engel Jerry Dale Erwin Charles Franklin Gersbach Harlan Laird Gillespie Hugh Len Gray MEMBERS Henry David Hardt Arthur Robert Hinojosa Jerry Jerel Jones Milton Brian Jones Flemming Jorgensen Richard Lee Jurgena Milton Dean Kahn Harry Kolkhorst Reynaldo Maldonado Joe Ben Marburger Tommy Wayne Martin Edward Wallace Meier Darrell Dean Messer James Blaine Moore George Alan Nugent Thomas Walter Petrick Linden Wayne Pierce Frank L. Rolando John P. Skinner, Jr. Jimmie Ray Stevenson Ronald Eugene Thompson Front Row: Carswell, Messer, M. Jones, Maldonado, Moore, Erwin. Second Row: Hlnojosa, Stevenson, Kahn, Petrick, Meier. Third Row: Martin, Jorgensen, Nugent, J. Jones, Gersbach, Hardt. Fourth Row: Jurgena, Skinner, Kolkhorst, Bonner, Engel, Dubose. Fifth Row: Preiss, Marburger, Pierce, Brasfield, Rolando, Dismukes. Page 285 T.L.O.K. OFFICERS President Treasurer Secretary food Buyer . . . Maintainer . . . . Faculty Advisor .KENNETH DUANE WILLIAMS WILLIAM ELLIS WARE , . .MICHAEL HORACE CASEY . . RONALD EDWARD MALONE . . . .CHARLES LEWIS GRIMES . .WILLIAM DAVID CARR Byron Glen Bynum Michael Horace Casey John Milton Crawford, Jr. Everard Correll Davenport Robert Cecil Davis Jimmy Dan Gauntt Jimmy Horton Graham Charles Lewis Grimes Carl Glen Hood Tom Lee Hutcheson MEMBERS Didier Tisdel Jaen William Frank Kopecky Lambert Sylvester Labay Alan Bruce Laskay Joe Carrol Lawrence Walter Lew William John Macha Ronald Edward Malone Gary Lynn Marshall Pat V. Powers Rogelio Ramirez David Terry Rowntree John Maurice Scheel Allan Burnham Schmitt Ronald Franklin Scholl William Ellis Ware Martin Luther West, II Kenneth Duane Williams Ryce Neal Wilson Fronl tow Coity, Hulch M n. Gountt, Graham. Hood. DavvnporT. S cono l tow Crawford. Sch l. Ltw. Labor Jotn, Wore, Laikay Third tow Marshall. Mocha. Grimtt, Kopvchy. Wilton. Bynum, Rom.rti, Lawrtnc . Fourth tow. Rowntr , Williomt, Dovif. Schmitl, Molont. W i, Powttl. fog. 2M TWIN PINES Fall WILLIAM E. HORNUNG. GARY WELDON HOPKINS. . RAMON ANTONIO GARCIA. ARTHUR LEWIS GREEN. . . . NOBLE LEON WHITE. . OFFICERS . . . President . . . . Vice-President . Housemanager . . Treasurer . . . . . Food Buyer . . Spring .ARTHUR LEWIS GREEN . .CHARLES DAVID PAGEL . . .Guv TRAVIS DICKSON . . .WILLIAM ERVEN SAYLE . DANIEL GEORGE DROZD Enrique E. Carmona David Lee Crawford Guy Travis Dickson Ronald Lee Dixon Daniel George Drozd Daniel Burr Fox Alejandro Garcia Ramon Antonio Garcia Glenn Richard Graves Arthur Lewis Green Jose Maria Guerrero Richard C. Guinan, Jr. Gary Weldon Hopkins MEMBERS John Alfred Hopkins William F. Hornung Thomas Wayne Huber Charles Austin Huie Charles Edward Hutchison Robert G. Joe, Jr. Robert Adair Johnson Douglas Raymond Maderer Domingo Rodolfo Martinez Edward Martinez Otto Vasquez Moya Simon V. Moya Charles David Pagel James Edward Patton Lino Perez, III Ralph Wayne Ponfick Jose Homero Quintanilla Bob Ben Ray Elton Lloyd Sautter William Erven Sayle Thomas Lee Shipp Chester B. Slaughter Noble Leon White Jerry Wayne Whitten Perry Dwayne Whitten Front Row.- J. Hopkins, G. Hopkins, Patton, Ponfick, J. Whitten, Joe, Huie, R. Garcia. Second Row. Hornung, Fox, Crawford, Guinan, Shipp, White, Huber, Sautter, Sayle, Ray. Third Row: Pagel, Carmona, Perez, Green, Quintanilla, Guerrero, O. Moya, Slaughter, Drozd, Johnson, P. Whitten. Page 287 VARSITY HALL OFFICERS President PEDRO GARCIA Vice-President JOHN DAY CURTIS Treasurer BOBBY ALLAN GRIGSBY MEMBERS Ronald Glenn Anderson John Day Curtis John Stanley Fuhrmann Pedro Garcia Louis Gonzales, Jr. Bobby Allan Grigsby Wenceslao Romeo Guevara Kazuyuki Harada Guy Walter Haynes David Lawson Holland Joe David Ibanez, Jr. Nathan Jennings George Dennis Madden Anton F. Matula Richard R. Ortiz Joel Wayne Perry John Paul Petrick, Jr. John Thomas Phillips William Heinz Ratz Siegmund Raymond Sivek Abel David Soto David Michael Talasek Jimmy Fullerton Warfield Charles Richard Willis Karl Roland Womack hrutoiCollB mfva :.-.:.: Gordon -- :. J Front tow Toloivk. Ortiz, Corcio. Hollond, Grigiby. Horodo, Gonzolt . Motvla, Ibanu. Second Row: Andtnon. Prry, Madden. Phillipi. fhirrf tew. Willn. Cutvato. Sivlk. fourth How Hayni. Womort. Roll. Worlnld. Post 2M 12 5 .F, SK,, ' ' " : Frankie Marie Collier Evelyn Yvonne Deason Peggy Joyce Drake Mrs. Almetris Duren, Co-Ord nator Vivian Francis Eva Clyde Coins Helen Gordon Betty Joan Griggs WOMEN ' S CO-OPERATIVES COORDINATORS ' COUNCIL Paula Jo Black Peggy Ann Brown Dorothy Gebauer, Sponsor Charlene Martin Front Row: Moore, Martin, Ruesch, Pope, Perez. Second Row: Phillips, Shinder, Gebauer, Brown, Black. MEMBERS Marilyn Mildred Moore Alma Diana Perez, President Judith Constance Phillips Jeanne Marie Pope, Secretary Joan Ruesch Vivian R. Shinder ALMETRIS Donna Lucia Guess Ella Pearl Harris Arthurene Johnson Arlette Iris Jones Leola Johnson Kemp Joyce Evelyn Massingill Thelma June Miller Carolyn Nan Mims Velmanett Montgomery Dorothy Jean Nelson Alnita Rittig Melanese Slaughter Walta Marie Smith Charlie Mae Spencer Janice Lynn Strickland Carolyn Mellisa Wilkins Elena Maria Botello Bonnie Rae Brinkmann Sondra Sue Clark Dorothy Ann Deike Ellen Frances Galloway Kleta Jeanne Gerhart FELECIA Barbara Ann Hilgers Nancy Joyce Hopwood Eleanor Joyce McLeroy Sandra Troy McVay Sally Jo Schwertner Vivian R. Shinder, Co-Orc inaror Josephine Riker Speer Mary Charlene Thorp Linda Joyce Ware Front Row: Drake, Francis, Griggs, Goins. Second Row; Deoson, Gordon, Spencer, Jones, Johnson, Massing ill. Collier, Montgomery. Third Row.- Kemp, Miller, Strickland, Nelson, Duren, Wilkins, Guess, Mims, Slaughter. Front Row; Shinder, Speer, Botello, Thorp, Brinkmann, Deike, Clark. Second Row.- Schwertner, Hopwood, McVay, Galloway, Ware, Gerhart, McLeroy, Hilgers. Page 289 HALSTEAD HOUSE KATHERINE PEARCE Front tow: Zurovttz, Kopeckr. A. Guerro, Brown. V. Guerro, Crawford, Day. Second flow Boondy. Hitlscrtcr, Zorote. Adey. Smith, Wiincr. Front tow: W isr, Royburnc, Croft, Martin, McDonald. Curtino. Panichok. Strand tow: Slegemueller, Zurtk. Seeker Adorn,, Sheffield. Powill. Shirley Adey Helen Boundy Peggy Ann Brown, Co-Ordmafor Carolyn Anne Crawford Deanna Dale Day Alicia Catalina Guerra Virginia Sutana Guerra Carol Jean Hackemack Amelia Frieda Hielscher Anne Louise Kopecky Harriet Ann McAAeans Fransica Herlinda Saenz Neila Ann Skinner Mary Evelyn Smith Eva Nell Wisner Ida Marie Zarate Betty Jean Zurovetz Mary Kay Adams Carol Anne Craft Diana May Curtino Wanda Lee Gipson Mary Marland Huhndorff Patricia Carolyn Koepp Charlene Martin, Co-Ord naror Betty Jo McDonald Rarvey Panichpak Lynda H. Powell Sandra Jean Rayburne Emma Jean Seeker Barbara Jo Sheffield Sylvia Ann Stegemueller Marian Patricia Webb Ernestine G. Weiser Cornelia Marie Zurek POWELL HOUSE SHANGRI-LA Barbara Ann Burke Marianne Fischer Maria Elda Garcia Zola Louise Gore Irene Hughes Ariadna Kaptzan Alice Kotar Carolyn Sue Linse Dean Mechling Marilyn Mildred Moore, Co-Orc inafor Oralia Morales Patricia Kay Murphy Iris Jean Rohde Marianne Slagle Phyllis Elaine Tronson Betty Ruth Wilson Jeanne Lorraine Wilson Shirley Frances Bradley Martha Marie Cloud Wilma Dell Council Rebecca Ruth Eschberger Sandra Lee Gage Judith Ann Harris Dorothy Sue Kelly Lois Nell Nelson Jeanine Nowotny Marie Hermine Oelkers Judith Constance Phillips Jeanne Marie Pope, Co-Ordinafor Wanda Lee Pope Darlyne Marie Rossow Linda Lee Shepard Julie Thieme Carol Jean Zimmerman . htrinlnii -- .=: - MCM :: IrjTibc Mtyhd - -: front tow Kotor. Koplian. Moor, Slogl . linn. Cor. F.icher Second low lohde 1 W.lion. Hughtt. Garcia, I Wilion. Tronion. Murphy, lurhe. Po e Front tow Council. Thitmt, NtUon Second ow totlow, Claud, Shepord Morril, OeUeri. Kll. Third low Z.mnnrmon, Cog.. Iradlty. I Cope Pti.ll.pi W Pope No.otn, THEADORNE VALHALLA Front Row: Toepperwein, Houbold, Hedjazi, Henneke, Carter, Neeley, Conrad. Second Row: Penry, Koehler, Nelson, Adams, Zoller, Thornton, Reeves. Blackmore, Cherney, Morrou, Hawkins, Wierth, Billye Joyce Adams Abby Marie Carter Amelie Ellen Conrad Jutta Gertrud Haubold Nedjat Ghanim Hedjazi Patricia Louise Henneke Kay Ellen Jacobson Judith Elizabeth Koehler Linda Neeley Nancy Pat Nelson Irene F. Penry Jeanne Perry Judith Ann Phillips, Co-Ordinafor Nancy Marilyn Price Barbara Joan Reeves Frances Jean Toepperwein Patricia Lois Thornton Louise Rochelle Zoller Second Row: Newell, Weise, Warhol, Fischer, Paula Jo Black, Co-Ordinator Cammy Ann Blackmore Roxanne Canfield Frances Faltin Chamberlain Linda Hazel Cherney Nyla Kay Fischer J. Sue Graham Jimmie Gale Hawkins Jane Lown Mueck, Chamberlain, Black. Jerry Annette Marrou Serena Karen Morphew Sue Frances Mueck Francis Kay Newell Dottye Rozann Shivers Kythleen Jean Warhol Doris Marie Weise Dorothy Helen Wierth WAKONDA WHITEHALL Alta Lee Baumann Patricia Ann Carlile Sylvia Chapa Ann Conrad Margarita Escamilla Dorothy Macksyne Fowler Charlotte Anne Glenn Otila Gonzalez Mary Hughes Elizabeth Kelley Helaine Mary Nickum Patricia Carneal Penry Alma Diana Perez, Co-Ordinator Ana Sal inas Jane Childs Speer Mamie Helen Strieber Patsy Louise Watson Rose Lillian Apolon Delores Ann Ashorn Mary Jo Battaglia Gretchen Elizabeth Blackmon Elwanda Sue Bourne Linda Kay Bryant Patricia Ann Cagle Desta Ann Colborn Lydia Frances Giddens Cynthia Anne Huxoll Rebecca Sue Ihrig Nancy D. Johnson Vera Ann Luker Celia Lanell Moore JoAnn Kay Pankratz Roberta Jo Redmon Bonnie Richards Joan Ruesch, Co-Ordinator Sandra Gayle Satterwhite Karen Slovacek Nona Marie Strange Rosa Lee Strange Judith Elaine Willenborg lira 7.1 " Fronf Row: Nickum, Escamilla, Fowler, Carlile, Penry, Strieber. Second Row; Glenn, Gonzalez, Wation, Baumann, Salinas, Chapa, Speer, Perez. Page 291 Front Row: Bourne, Richards, Ruesch, Battaglia, Luker, Slovacek. Second Row: Colborn, Pankratz, Ihrig, Bryant, N. Strange, Huxoll, Redmon. Third Row: Johnson, Apolon, Willenborg, Ashorn, Moore, Sarterwhire, R. Strange, Blackmon, Giddens, Cagle. DORMITORY AND CO-OPERATIVE LIFE ON CAMPUS Page 293 ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION DANA X. BIBLE Consulting Athletic Director EDWIN WERNER OLLE Athletic Director and Business Manager GEORGE WILBUR EVANS Aiiistant Athletic Director and Sportt News Director JONES RAMSEY Sports News Director ORLAND L. SIMS Asiiitint Sportt News Director RUTH ESTELLE GOLD Administrative Assistant ALBERT HARRIS LUNDSTEDT Assistant Business Manager ALBERT R. ROC MS Assistant Business Manager Fog 294 ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION FRANK EDWIN MEDINA Trainer DR. WILLIAM LARKIN HALL Team Physician MRS. J. M. GRIFFITH Food Service Supervisor LAN LEMUEL HEWLETT Counselor MYRON LOUIS BEGEMAN Chairman, Athletic Council JOSEPH KENNETH BAILEY Faculty Member, Athletic Council LYNN WADE McCRAW Faculty Member, Athletic Council L. H. CULLUM Ex-Student Member, Athletic Council Page 295 ROBERT CAMERON HIGHTOWER Student Member, Athletic Council 1 960 FOOTBALL Defensive successes, many of them unanticipated, pulled the 1960 University of Texas Longhorns up by their own bootstraps and into the Bluebonnet Bowl. The Longhorns met their defense-minded counterparts from Alabama at Houston for their tenth bowl game and their third in the four years of the Darrell Royal era. The game ended in a 3-3 tie. Texas put together a solid 7-3 record during the regular season and wound up sharing second place in the final Southwest Conference standings. The Longhorns reached the seven-yard line late in the Rice game, only to have an end zone pass intercepted to seal their fate in a 7-0 defeat. A tenth of a yard was the margin by which Arkansas ' Lance Alworth picked up a first down that won the 1960 South- west Conference title for Arkansas. The first down put the Razorbacks in position for a Mickey Cissell field goal which gave Arkansas a 24-23 victory. There were but 16 seconds left when Cissell toed it through. Texas ' other loss came when Nebraska scored a 14-13 victory in the season opener. There, too, the Longhorns had a good chance, just missing a late field goal try that could have won it. Before the season started, Texas had been tabbed as potentially explosive on offense but questionable on defense. As things turned out, injuries and fumbles combined to put a halter on much of the Longhorn attack. But the defense, starring such luminaries as Monte Lee, Pat Culpepper, and Larry Cooper, performed above expectations. Three Texas opponents, Maryland, Texas Tech and Oklahoma, were turned away shy of the goal line in consecutive games. A strong TCU team was limited to a safety as the Longhorns scored a 3-2 victory. And Rice, although the Owls won the game, SMU and Baylor each was held to a single touchdown. With Jack Collins, who had been so brilliant in 1959, hobbled much of the season with muscle pulls and knee injuries, the offensive burden fell to James Saxton. Probably one of the most exciting runners in the nation, Saxton came through time after time in clutch situations. He ended up leading the team in regular season rushing yards, 407, interceptions, 3, and yards gained by catching passes, 185. He also sped 163 yards with 11 punt returns including a 69-yard touchdown scorcher against Maryland. Texas again was a ground-minded football team, picking up about 72 per cent of its 2,520-yard total offense via rushing. However, quarterback Mike Gotten, who connected on 32 of 58 passes, did well enough throwing to keep the defense honest. As has been true with each of their Royal-coached predecessors, the Longhorns can best be described as a team of desire. Texas again specialized in great pursuit and sharp tackling. Offensively, they continued to use the wing T attack with a sprinkling of quick kicks. LETTERMEN SENIORS Henry George Anderson Larry G. Cooper Robert Earl Gurwitz Stephen Walter Hildebrand Howard Lee Jackson Johnny Richard Jones William Ross Laughlin Monte Vern Lee James Robert Moffett Drew H. Morris Dan S. Petty JUNIORS Ray Allen Barton Jack Altman Collins Michal Barry Gotten Deene Gott David Charles Kristynik Robert Keen Moses Henry Edward Padgett, Jr. David Dee Russell James Everett Saxton, Jr. Don Larry Talbert SOPHOMORES Jerry Carlton Cook John Allen Cook John Pat Culpepper James Earl Fults John Allen Genung Marvin Thomas Kubin Tommy Ray Lucas Perry McWilliams James Scott Mann Robert Patrick Nunis Robert Gail Oliver, Jr. Raymond Coy Poage, Jr. John Raymond Seals John C. Treadwell Tommy E. York RESERVE LETTERMEN George Mueller Lewis Emery S. Martindale, II Jim Ralph Rose John Edwin Smith MANAGERIAL AWARDS Lawrence Bergen, Senior Jody Thompson, Junior William Frank Ermel, Sophomore John Howard, Sophomore WILLIAM MIKE CAMPBELL Assistant Coach RUSSELL WELDON COFFEE Assistant Coach LONGHORN COACHING STAFF JAMES N. PITTAAAN Assistant Coach DARRELL K. ROYAL Head Coach ROBERT CLAYBURN SCHULZE Assistant Coach and Freshman Coach fog. !98 CHARLES NORRIS SHIRA Assistant Coach BILLY MORRIS ELLINGTON Assistant Coach JAMES CARROLL T. JONES Assitfanf Coach THE 1 960 LONGHORNS iSSHIRA Co-Captains of the 1960 Varsity Football team are Dick Jones and Monte Lee. UING10N out Front Row: Head Coach Darrell Royal, Ray Poage, David Kristynik, Deene Gott, Bill Laughlin, Monte Lee, Dick Jones, Don Talbert, Bobby Gurw Mike Cotten, Larry Cooper, Assistant Coach Russell Coffee. Second Row: Assistant Coach Bill Ellington, Assistant Coach Jim Pitt man, Buddy Fults, James Sax ton, David Russell, Roger Rienstra, Eddie Padgett, Mann, Johnny Genung, Bobby Woolley, John Seals, Bob Moses. Fourth Row-. Assistant Coach Bob Schulze, Pat Culpepper, Staley Faulkner, Bobby Oliver, Perry McWilliams, Bill Heiligbrodt, Bobby Nunis, Edgar James, Bil Gene Gifford, Gordon Roberts, Assistant Coach Charles Shira, Manager Bill Hampton, Manager Bill Ermel. Fifth Row: Joe DeLorenzo, Steve Hildebrand, Dave Duwe, Tommy Phillips, G. W. Martin, John Ed Smith, Lee Alford, Doug Fullilove, Keith Stewart, G Alton Rhoden, Don Blasingame, Jimmy Hejl. tz, Jack Collins, Howard Jackson, , . w: Assistant Coach Bill Ellington, Assistant Coach Jim Pitt man, Buddy Fults, James Sax ton, David Russell, Roger Rienstra, Eddie Padgett, Howard Jackson, nderson, Emery Martindale, Jim Bob Moffett, Tommy York, Jerry Cook, Student Manager Jody Thompson, Head Manager Larry Bergen, Assistant Coach T. Jones. : Assistant Coach Mike Campbell, Drew Morris, John Allen Cook, Tommy Lucas, Ray Barton, Marvin Kubin, Dan Petty, Johnny Treadwell, Jim Rose, Scott ohnny Genunq, Bobby Woolley, John Seals, Bob Moses. Bedrick, Lewis, Page 299 STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED TEXAS NEBRASKA 13 10 185 143 77 10 5-11 1-3 1 1 36.9 38.1 10 20 Jack Collins (49) halts Cornhusker halfback Clay White, with Monte Lee (86), Drew Morris (20) and Larry Cooper (85) moving in. NEBRASKA STUNS LONGHORNS IN SEASON OPENER 14-13 The Texas Longhorns opened their fourth season under Coach Darrell Royal by losing to the University of Nebraska before 40,000 fans at Memorial Stadium. Any dreams that the Longhorns may have had for in undefeated season were dashed by the spirited Nebraska eleven as senior quarterback Pat Fisher led his Corn- husker mates to a dramatic 14-13 victory. Texas, a two touchdown favorite, opened the scoring in convincing fashion the second time they got their hands on the ball. The bull-like rushes of sophomore fullback Ray Poage highlighted an 80-yard drive which was climaxed when junior quarterback Mike Cotten drove into the end zone from 6 yards out. Ray Barton ' s kick made it 7-0. Early in the second period Fisher electrified the crowd as he gathered in a line drive punt from the toe of James Saxton on his own 24-yard line and, behind terrific blocking, raced 76 yards to pay dirt. Roy Meade ' s extra point try was wide and the Longhorns carried a 7-6 lead into the dressing room at halftime. Nebraska went ahead to stay late in the third quarter as Fisher culminated a 34-yard drive when he sped around end to score on fourth down from the one. The heady Cornhusker quarterback then passed to Bill Thornton for two points which turned out to be the margin of victory. Cotten pulled the ' Horns to within one point of Nebraska as he copped a 63-yard drive by blasting into the end zone from the two. The junior quarter- back then tried to run for the two points which would have spelled victory, but he was stopped short of the goal. Texas mounted one more offensive drive, but on third down and from 17 yards away and with time running out, Ray Barton ' s field goal attempt and the Longhorn ' s victory hopes fell short. Although defeated there were some bright spots for the Longhorns. Mike Cotten had performed well and the two sophomore fullbacks. Pat Culpepper and Ray Poage were the leading ground gainers of the game. HENRY GEORGE ANDERSON Left Guard, Senior LARRY G. COOPER Left End, Senior ROBERT EARL GURWITZ Right Halfback, Senior D : DOWNS -: .:.; 10 M] STEPHEN WALTER HILDEBRAND Right End, Senior HOWARD LEE JACKSON Center, Senior JOHNNY RICHARD JONES Right Tackle, Senior . - . ' " H ; 4f i- k, MV J Another anxious moment for Darroll Royal. FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED STATISTICS TEXAS 13 220 52 3-6 3 31.5 87 TEXAS BOUNCES BACK TO OVERWHELM MARYLAND 34-0 Saturday, September 24, was a glorious day for the Texas Longhorns, past and present. In Dallas, an old Longhorn, Bobby Layne, one of the greatest players ever to wear the Orange and White, broke Sammy Baugh ' s longtime professional passing yardage record. In College Park, Maryland, a band of young Longhorns bounced back from a defeat at the hands of Nebraska to overwhelm the University of Maryland 34 to 0. Coach Darrell Royal ' s chargers felt that they had something to prove, and they proved itl Senior Co-Captains, Monte Lee and Dick Jones, led a Longhorn defense which halted every Terrapin advance. Quarterbacks, Mike Gotten and Johnny Genung, spearheaded the Steer offense which rolled up 220 yards on the ground as halfbacks, Jack Collins, James Saxton, Bobby Gurwitz, and Jerry Cook, handled most of the heavy duty. Gotten guided the ' Horns superbly and Genung, playing in his first varsity game, performed like a veteran. There were many individual stars for Texas. James Saxton played a fine all-around game and provided the big thrill by returning a Maryland quick-kick 69 yards to open the scoring. Earlier he had thwarted a Terp drive with a pass interception in the Texas end zone. Sophomore, Jerry Cook, was the game ' s leading rusher due mainly to a brilliant 62-yard run from scrimmage which ended the scoring. Jack Collins scored twice and played his usual dependable game. All 39 players who made the trip saw action and each one played well. Bobby Gurwitz (24) streaks by Terp tackier. MARYLAND 13 63 131 14-27 38.0 5 Page 301 STATISTICS TEXAS TEXAS TECH FIRST DOWNS 17 7 RUSHING YARDAGE 190 44 PASSING YARDAGE 194 41 PASSES 6-13 6-13 PASSES INTERCEPTED BY I 2 PUNT AVERAGE 30.8 39.4 YARDS PENALIZED 72 40 Pat Culpepper (31 ) watches a shoeless Jack Collins (49) itop Tech drive with a key interception. STEERS USE AIRWAYS TO TURN BACK TECH 17-0 Freth from their victory over Maryland, the Longhorns returned to Memorial Stadium to do battle with Texa Tech ' s Red Raiders. The Steers used a rugged defense and a balanced offense led by Mike Cotten and Bobby Gurwitz to defeat the West Texans 17-0 for their first win in defense of their Southwest Conference Championship. While the ' Horn defense limited a sputtering Tech eleven to eighty-five yards total offense, Cotten and Johnny Genung hit 6 of 13 passes for 194 yards, and Gurwitz led a ground assault which netted 190 yards. The crowd of 52,000 had hardly settled in their seats when Cotten started the aerial fireworks. On the Longhorns ' first play from scrimmage, Cotten, a junior quarterback from Austin, faded back behind the sturdy Longhorn forward wall and lofted a 5-yard scoring pass to All-Southwest Conference halfback Jack Collins. Collins, a Dallas junior, juggled the ball momentarily, then pulled it in and outran the Raiders ' secon- dary to the goal line. Dan Petty ' s kick made the score Texas 7 and Tech with three minutes gone in the first quarter. With the time running out in the half, Cotten again turned to the airlanes for six points as he hit senior end Larry Cooper who broke loose on a 54-yard scoring play. Early in the third when a Longhorn drive stalled at the Raider seven, Dan Petty ended the game ' s scoring with a 12-yard field goal. With two successive wins under their belts. Coach Darrell Royal and his Longhorns looked eagerly toward Dallas and Oklahoma. WILLIAM ROSS LAUGHUN Center, Senior MONTE VERN LEE Lett Guard, Senior JAMES ROBERT MOFFETT Left Tackle, Senior E A Jack Oi DREW H. MORRIS Right Halfback, Senior DAN S. PETTY Right Tackle, Senior RAY ALLEN BARTON Fullback, Junior LONGHORNS STAMPEDE SOONERS 24-0 A vicious Texas defense enabled the ' Horns to halt Oklahoma 24-0 as the Orange and White administered their third consecutive shutout of the season. It was the first time since a Texas 20-0 victory in 1944, that the Okies have failed to score in this Dallas Cotton Bowl classic. Sophomore fullback Ray Poage drove for two touchdowns after an early 33-yard field goal by Dan Petty. Then to close a perfect afternoon for the ' Horns, sophomore Pat Culpepper swiped a Jimmy Carpenter pass and raced down the sidelines 78 yards for the final touchdown. Three other sophomores, linebacker Johnny Tread- well, guard John Seals and end Bob Moses led the Longhorns ' tremendous line play. Starting early in the first quarter on their own 12-yard line, the ' Horns, led by slippery Jimmy Saxton, marched 71 yards in ten plays and after a 33-yard field goal by Dan Petty, led by 3-0. Texas took over on its own 35 and zoomed 65 yards in seven plays. The big gainer in the drive was a 37-yard pass from Mike Cotten to end Bob Moses which was ruled complete due to Oklahoma pass interference. Poage scored from 4 yards out, Petty added the extra point and the Orange left the field with a 10-0 lead at half-time. Cotten led the second touchdown drive, this one for 37 yards, with Poage plunging over from the two. Again Petty ' s kick was true. Following a booming 49-yard kick by Jack Collins, the Sooners managed their biggest threat of the day. They stormed 90 yards to the Texas 3 where a fumble recovery by Larry Cooper halted their drive and all hopes for victory. With time running out, Oklahoma, trying desperately to avoid a shutout, drove to the Texas 21 where Monty Lee dropped Melvin Sandersfeld for a 7-yard loss. On the next play Culpepper intercepted a Jimmy Car- penter pass, and galloped 78 yards untouched for a final touchdown and the ball game. For Coach Darrell Royal and his Longhorns it was a great victory. All three Texas units played equal time and performed in true Texas spirit. This indeed, was their finest hour. Ray Poage (33) drives for a short gain with Dan Petty (75) helping open a gap in the Sooner line. Coach Darrell Royal briefs Quarter- backs Johnny Genung (14) and Mike Cotten (12). STATISTICS TEXAS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED OKLAHOMA 13 15 212 163 21 46 2-3 2-7 1 34.8 38.1 70 69 Page 303 STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED TEXAS ARKANSAS 9 17 112 95 40 138 4-9 O.J8 1 1 37.3 34.4 67 45 Jack Collins (49) and Monte lee (86) stop the Arkansas ball carrier Jarrell Williams (26) HOGS STOP ' HORNS ON LATE FIELD GOAL 24-23 After three straight shutout victories, the Longhorns returned o the confines of Memorial Stadium to continue defense of their Southwest Conference Championship by hosting Frank Broyles and his Arkansas Razorbacks. Thirty-five thousand fans turned out to see the game which eventually decided the league title. Texas jumped off to an early 14-0 lead, and it looked as if the ' Horns were going to make short work of the men from the Ozarks. This was not to be the case, however, as quarterback George McKinney brought Arkansas to within seven points in the closing seconds of the first half when he hit end Jimmy Collier for six points on fourth down and goal to go from the Texas ten. Shortly after halftime Arkansas scored again as McKinney hit Steve Butler for another touchdown and Mickey Cissell added his second extra point to knot the score at 14 all. Dan Petty came back with a 25-yard field goal, and when Mike Cotten scored on the first play of the fourth quarter, it looked like Texas was safe. Arkansas, however, had different ideas, and again McKinney was up to the occasion as he hit Jarrell Williams for a 19-yard score and Cissell was as sure as ever from the kicking tee. Texas could not move the ball and punted to the Razorbacks. A 14-yard return set up the final drive from the Longhorn 37. With less than three minutes to go, Arkansas rode the flashing legs of Lance Al worth to the ' Horn 13, and with 15 seconds show- ing on the Scoreboard clock, a 22-yard field goal from the toe of Cissell split the uprights for the one point victory. In th end there was just too much George McKinney, Lance Alworth, and Mickey Cissell, and when the final gun sounded the Scoreboard told the story. Arkansas 24 Texas 23. JACK ALTMAN COLLINS left Halfback, Junior MICHAL BARRY COHEN Quarterback, Junior DEENE GOTT Right End, Junior 17 95 1!! WID CHARLES KRISTYNIK Right Guard, Junior ROBERT KEEN MOSES Right End, Junior HENRY EDWARD PADGETT Right Tackle, Junior Dan Petty ' s kick looks true as Cowboys prepare Smokey for firing. STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED RICE DEALS LONGHORNS 7-0 DEFEAT Undaunted by their loss to Arkansas, Texas invaded Houston to do battle with Jess Neely ' s Rice Owls. More than 73,000 fans filled Rice Stadium in anticipation of witnessing a fine ball game. It was a hard fought, well-played game from the start, typified by ferocious line play. In the early stages of the game, Texas was unable to move the ball effectively but had managed to stop Rice with a tremendous goal line stand on the one. Midway in the second quarter the Owls got the break they needed. Quarterback Billy Cox skirted right end on fourth down and goal from the two to climax a 24-yard drive which started when Rice guard, Bobby Lively, pounced on one of six Longhorn fumbles on the 24. At half time the score was 7-0, Rice. The two teams see-sawed back and forth in the second half with neither posing much of a threat. With six minutes left to play, Texas took over the ball on its own 24-yard line. From that point the ' Horns rode the arm of Mike Gotten to mount their only sustained drive of the night. James Saxton took a screen pass from Cotten and raced 20 yards to the 44. Passes to Saxton and Ray Poage netted a first down at the Owl 7. On third down, Cotten faded back and fired a pass in the direction of sophomore end Tommy Lucas, but Max Webb went in to intercept in the end zone. Rice proceeded to run out the clock and preserve a well de- served victory. For Texas, who just two weeks earlier had been on top of the world, it was a crushing defeat which virtually eliminated them from the Southwest Conference title picture. Pat Culpepper (31) and Monte Lee (86) dive in pile to stop a Rice plunge. TEXAS RICE 12 19 140 227 103 69 5-12 8-20 3 2 34 36 46 40 Page 305 STATISTICS TEXAS SMU FIRST DOWNS 16 10 RUSHING YARDAGE 182 73 PASSING YARDAGE 73 68 PASSES 8-13 6-16 PASSES INTERCEPTED BY 1 PUNT AVERAGE 32.9 30.6 YARDS PENALIZED 55 5 Ray Poage (33) tries an end run against SMU. STEERS DROP PONIES IN MUD 17-7 With their backs to the wall atter two disastrous defeats at the hands of Arkansas and Rice, Texas returned home to play host to Bill Week ' s hapless S.M.U. Mustangs. A rain-soaked Memorial Stadium turf provided the scene of action as the Steers staved off a determined Pony effort 17-7. The game was billed as a breather for the Longhorns, but it never developed as such due to the mud. Neither team could mount much of an offensive but Texas did manage to ride the airways for two touch- downs in nailing down their fourth victory in six starts. Jack Collins opened the scoring with a running pass to James Saxton late in the first quarter and shortly thereafter, Mike Gotten capped a 54-yard scoring drive with an eight-yard toss to end Tommy Lucas. Collins ' 2-point conversion run after the second six pointer gave Texas a 14-0 lead at the half. The Mustangs pulled to within 7 points midway in the third quarter when Gene Sherman scored from the Texas two after a ' Horn quick-kick was blocked. During most of the second half. Steer reserves battled the Ponies to a standstill. S.M.U. kept the game in doubt until the closing minutes when, with 3:29 left in the final quarter, Dan Petty put the ' Horns out of reach with a 13-yard field goal. The Longhorns managed one more drive after recovering fumble at the Mustang 27. With 42 seconds left, George Lewis ripped 16 yards for what looked to be another score, but Texas was penalized and had the play called back. The final gun found the Orange and White re- serves on the Pony one-half yard stripe. it mdj DAVID DEE RUSSELL Left Halfback, Junior JAMES EVERETT SAXTON Right Halfback, Junior DON LARRY TALBERT Left Tackle, Junior - ' ASM ' ASS ASSE Wj 30,6 JERRY CARLTON COOK Left Halfback, Sophomore JOHN ALLEN COOK Fullback, Sophomore JOHN PAT CULPEPPER Fullback, Sophomore " Go Get ' Em ' Horns, " with Monte Lee (86) and James Saxton (10) leading the charge. STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED TEXAS DEFEATS BAYLOR IN 12-7 THRILLER Saturday, November 5, provided the moment of truth for Darrell Royal ' s charges. On this date, they came of age. Waco provided the scene of action, and Baylor University ' s hungry Bears, the opposition. All the per- centages, save the Texas ' red candle jinx, seemed to favor Baylor. The Bears entered the contest after an im- pressive 28-14 trouncing of eventual champions, Arkansas. Due to injuries, neither halfback Jack Collins nor sophomore Johnny Treadwell saw any action on the cold afternoon, and Ray Poage missed all but two plays. Hard hitting and fine defensive play became the rule. Mike Gotten, who logged 45 minutes playing time, set up Texas ' first score midway in the second quarter as he hit James Saxton with a pass deep in Baylor territory. Three plays later David Russell burst off tackle to give a 6-0 halftime lead. A shaky 6 point lead was increased to 12 shortly after the start of the second half as the ' Horns scored the first time they got their hands on the ball. Saxton, the game ' s leading ground gainer with 87 yards on only 7 carries, opened the drive with a dazzling run which carried to the Baylor 12-yard stripe. Five plays later sophomore fullback John Cook blasted in for the score. At that point Ronny Stanley, the Bears ' All-Conference quarterback began to move the ball via the airlanes. The high spot came when Stanley hit Ronny Bull for 6 points midway in the fourth quarter. In all, Baylor threw 40 times, completing sixteen for 267 yards. In the end, however, it was not enough as Baylor found themselves 5 points short of Texas and 6 points short of the Cotton Bowl. Led by James Saxton, Monte Lee, Dick Jones, Marvin Kubin, Mike Gotten, and Larry Cooper, the Texas victory was well deserved. Mike Gotten (12) rolls out for a big gain. TEXAS BAYLOR 11 20 203 38 70 267 3-7 16-40 2 1 45.2 31.6 45 38 Page 307 STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED TEXAS 14 157 67 5-7 1 34.4 38 TCU 9 92 104 10-23 1 34.5 5 Bobby Gurwitz (24) blocks t Mike Gotten (12) fires a pass. LONGHORNS EDGE FROGS 3-2 Back on the victory track, the Longhorns journeyed north to do battle with TCU ' s Frogs in Fort Worth. The game progressed in typical Orange vs. Purple fashion of rugged line play and vicious hitting. Defense was the keynote as both forward walls performed magnificently. It was an exceptionally clean game for one which was so hard fought with only 43 yards of penaltie- Texas dominated the first half and in the second quarter they mounted the game ' s only scoring drive. After recovering a blocked punt on their own 33-yard lin e, the ' Horns drove 59 yards to the TCU 8, where Dan Petty booted a 15-yard field goal. The Frogs got their two points midway in the fourth period when Milton Ham nailed James Saxton in the Texas end zone on a reverse play. The last 8 minutes went fast and furious as both teams tried to mount an offensive. TCU ' s 6 ' 7 " , 235-pound quarterback Sonny Gibbs, tried to pull out for the Frcgs with some last minute aerial antics, but the final gun found the ball 14-yards short of the Texas double stripe. It was a contest filled with individual stars. For TCU, Robert Lilly, an Ail-American tackle, played perhaps the greatest game of his life as he figured in IS tackles, blocked a punt, recovered a fumble, and blocked well all day. For Texas, there were many with Monte Lee, Dick Jones, and James Saxton standing out especially. What could have been a disastrous year was turning into a fine season and only the Aggies stood in the way. JAMES EARL FULTS left End, Sophomore JOHN ALLEN GENUNG Quarterback, Sophomore MARVIN THOMAS KUBIN Right Guard, Sophomore ! SB icy IMJ 1 TOMMY RAY LUCAS Left End, Sophomore PERRY McWILLIAMS Left Guard, Sophomore JAMES SCOTT MANN Right Tackle, Sophomore Ever ready managers help James Saxton with equipment repairs. STATISTICS TEXAS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED TEXAS HANGS ON TO BLAST AGGIES 21-14 The Texas Longhorns placed everything on the line in their annual Thanksgiving Day battle with arch rival Texas A M. Not only a successful season, but also a bid to the Bluebonnet Bowl hung in the balance. The Steers showed early that they meant to have this one. On the first play from scrimmage, an Aggie jump pass was batted into the air and James Saxton came down with the ball on the Farmers ' 32. Six plays later, Saxton capped the drive as he slashed through a gaping hole at left tackle to score from the 3. The Horns went on to score twice in the second period. The first one came early as Ray Poage took a pitchout from Mike Gotten and sailed around end for the final 10 yards to clima a 34-yard drive. With time running out in the half, Lady Luck again smiled on the Longhorns as Marvin Kubin fell on an Aggie fumble at the 11. On fourth down from the one, Cotten rode into the end zone, giving Texas a 21-0 lead at the halftime. When the bands stopped marching, the Aggies started as they rallied for 14 points on the strong running of Randy Sims and John Hew. Hew scored from six yards out and Sims came right back with a three-yard tally to put the Aggies back in the game. After Sims ' jaunt the ' Horns came back with a time consuming 74-yard drive which bogged down on the A M 6 with two minutes left in the game. The Aggies were on their own 40 as the game ended. For the seniors especially it was a gratifying win which preserved their victory string over A M. This had been their last game in Memorial Stadium and they had presented the home crowd with the greatest of all going away presents a victory over the Aggies. Longhorn David Russell (40) halts Aggie halfback on Turkey Day in Austin. A M 14 15 194 221 28 31 3-8 4-11 1 28.0 29.3 30 38 Page 309 Mike Cotten (12) charges on a keeper play against Alabama in the Bluebonnet Bowl. TEXAS AND ALABAMA BATTLE TO 3-3 DRAW IN BLUEBONNET BOWL Darrell Royal and " Bear " Bryant, two advocates of th? theory that if you don ' t give your opponents any points, you can ' t lose, led their charges to Houston for the second annual Bluebonnet Bowl game. More than 68,000 fans turned out to witness the titanic defensive battle played under ideal weather conditions. Alabama scored first on Tommy Booker ' s 20-yard field goal to put the Crimson Tide on top 3-0. The kick was set up when Bob Shelton, ' Bama quarterback, hit Bill Rice on a 49-yard pass to the 7. Texas mounted its only scoring drive of the day midway in the fourth period largely on the running of Ray Poage, the game ' s leading ground gainer with 56 yards on 14 carries. Rushes by Poage and Collins and a personal foul called against Alabama moved the ball to the ' Tide 19, but again the ' Bama defense rose up and the drive seemed doomed with fourth and six from the IS. Dan Petty came in and Texas lined up in field goal formation. On the snap, Petty faked the kick and Mike Cotten rolled on his right and then fired a screen pass to Collins who drove to a first down at the 7. Three plays netted only 4 yards and on fourth down and goal from the 3, Petty stepped back and knotted the score at 3-3 with 3:44 minutes left. Texas regained the ball on their own 49 and moved to the Alabama 18 on a pass interference call as time ran out. Petty was sent in, but his attempted field goal was low and to the left, and the final score showed Texas 3 and Alabama 3. James Saxton and Alabama ' s Lee Roy Jordan were named the game ' s outstanding back and lineman. Players who donned the Orange and White for the last time were Monte Lee, Dick Jones, Bobby Gurwirz, Larry Cooper, Jim Bob Moffert, H. G. Anderson, Howard Jackson, Bill Laughlin, Dan S. Petty, Stephen Hildebrand, and Drew Morris. So the Longhorns closed the season with the hard hitting, heads-up football that carried them all through the season and has become the trademark of Darrell Royal ' s teams. STATISTICS TEXAS ALABAMA FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE PASSING YARDAGE PASSES 11 124 108 7-17 PASSES INTERCEPTED BY PUNT AVERAGE YARDS PENALIZED 39.8 20 65 90 8-14 40.4 49 ROBERT PATRICK NUNIS fullback. Sophomore ROBERT GAIL OLIVER Left Halfback, Sophomore RAYMOND COY POAGE Fullback, Sophomore JOHN RAYMOND SEALS Left Guard, Sophomore JOHN C. TREADWELL Left Guard, Sophomore TOMMY E. YORK Right Er.d, Sophomore ALL-SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE PLAYERS MONTE VERN LEE Lett Guard Senior JAMES EVERETT SAXTON Right Halfback Junior Page 311 1 960 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Head Coach ROBERT CLAYBURN SCHULZE Assistant Coaches KLEO GLEN HALM JOSEPH ROBERT HARWERTH JOHN B. PADGETT RICHARD CHARLES SCHULTE JAMES E. SHILLINGBURG ELVIN MITCHELL SMITH, JR. RAYMOND SMITH Managers ROY A. JONES, III THAD SMITH Trainer . SAM AYOUB FRESHMAN AWARDS James Paul Allen Gordon Scott Appleton William Thomas Archer, Jr. George Turner Bass Alan Carl Baum Jay Currie Bechtol James Arthur Besselman Clarence Vaughn Bray George Louis Brucks Emmett A. Carlisle Hugh Anthony Crosby Ronald Benton Die The I960 Shorthorns entered the season with an unbeaten string of eleven games and two straight conference championships. Coach Schulze ' s freshmen with good teamwork through the season pro- ceeded to gain their third straight Southwest Conference title and an unbeaten string of 16 games. TEXAS 20-BAYLOR 6 The Texas Yearlings opened their college football careers on October 6, with a 20-6 victory Over the Baylor Cubs in Memorial Stadium. Texas scored three times after pass interceptions, to beat back a de- termined Baylor eleven. The Cubs scored first as quarterback Dean Nix climaxed a 59-yard drive with a one-yard scoring plunge. Quar- terback Duke Carlisle ' s one-foot plunge with seven seconds remain- ing in the half knotted the score 6-6. During the fourth quarter, fullback Olen Underwood drove Bill Fate Earley Travis Marion Faulkner Edmund John Fleming Tommy Cline Ford Bobby Frank Gamblin Frank Madison Gilstrap Larry Ross Gorman Hix Green, III Kenneth Edwin Halm Lewis Lee Hensley Charlie Benefield House over from the eleven, and Alan Baum scampered in from 6 yards out, followed by Tommy Wade ' s two point conversion run to climax the win. TEXAS 34-RICE 6 The Shorthorns, led by a back- field combination of Duke Car- lisle, Tommy Ford and Tony King, mauled the Rice Owlets 34-6, on October 21 here in Austin. King and Ford each scored on a 4-yard run, both followed by Lee Hensley ' s extra point boots to give Texas a 14-0 half time lead. During the third period, Carlisle tossed a 37- yard touchdown pass to Ben House and then scored one himself on a 9-yard keeper play. Quarterback Tommy Wade fired a 37-yard pass to Tommy Mankin to give the Yearlings a score in every quarter. TEXAS 18-SAAU 8 On Friday, October 28, in Dallas, Harold Philipp and Alan Baum led James Carley Jeffries Anthony Perron King Leonard Clayton Lacy Thomas Clifford Mankin David Lee McWilliams Herman Wayne Neckar Derrell Martin Oliver Harold Marvin Philipp Charles Wesley Price Michael Eb Riggs Ernest Larry Sanders the versatile Texas Freshmen to a 18-8 win over SMU. Philipp gained 48 yards rushing while Baum led the UT ground game with 99 yards including a 50-yard t ouchdown jaunt. Bennie House scored on a 25-yard interception and Tommy Ford dashed around for 6 yards more. Max Derden ran 9 yards for the Colts ' only score. Scott Ap- pleton, Bobby Gamblin, George Brucks, Bo Price, Charles Talbert and Robert Young headed a stout Texas defensive unit. TEXAS 28-TCU 6 On Friday afternoon, November 11, in Austin, the Yearlings rolled up a 28-0 halftime lead to squash the TCU Wogs 28-6. Quarterback Duke Carlisle ' s touchdown jaunts of 82 and one yards and half- back Tommy Ford with 6 point dashes of 32 and 23 yards led the Shorthorn attack. A rugged Texas defensive line held the Wogs at Walter Cayce Sands William Kenneth Self Ralph Carroll Stone Charles Dan Talbert Bobby Wayne Tibbitts Olen Ulesus Underwood Thomas Virgil Wade Albert Monroe Walker Donald Odene Walker Ronald Lee Wright Robert Allen Young bay except for Terrell Taylor ' s one- yard fourth quarter touchdown plunge. TEXAS 21 -A M 6 The Texas freshmen fought off a scrapping Texas A M team Sat- urday, November 19, at College Station, for a 21-6 victory and their third straight Southwest Con- ference crown. Halfback Tommy Ford and a fierce line led the Shorthorns to their sixteenth con- secutive game without defeat. Ford scored the first two touchdowns and center David McWilliams took the ball away from Fish quarter- back Eddie Hall and rambled 35 yards for the final Yearling tally with only 29 seconds left in the game. A M quarterback Jim Linn- staedter completed 13 of 27 passes and scored on a 7-yard rush to lead the Fish attack. Front Jtowi BcMol. Olivtr, GrMfl, Sandl, MtWilliom, Bntlmofi, locy, Gamblin, Brucki, Alltn Jamti Calvin Kirkpatrkfc, Bray. Third low, Ford, Philipp, Talbwt, AppUton, Favlkntr, Jrit, ftggt, Slon. Nct Sloth. Stll. Crotby. lay Alnandar Jon, III. S.cond low; Avoub. Pt.c. Eatlty, Young. Ian. Halm, HOVM, taum, Fred Waynkor, D. Wolk.r TibbitH. King. Fourth low.- SonoVt, Htnilty, Corlnlt. Wodt, Mankifl, Gorman. G ' lltrop. Di, Undirwoad. Fog. 31} CHEERLEADERS JAMES CARROLL HERRING, JR Head Cheerleader RAYMOND NEIL ROSENTHAL JESSICA ROYECE DARLING Page 313 1960-1961 BASKETBALL The Texas Longhorns shot forward with a blazing start that enabled them to take an early conference lead before falling to a 8-6 Conference and 14-10 season record. The defending champion Steers ' difficulties in their road games was the main factor in this drop from Southwest Conference kings to fourth place finish. Altogether, however, the season could be considered a very successful one. The ' Horns won all home Conference battles including a 63-55 triumph over Conference Champions Texas Tech, a televised 71-65 victory over SMU and a 81-76 thriller over the Aggies. The sparkplug and leading scorer for the ' 60- ' 61 Longhorns was All South- west Conference guard Donnie Lasiter. Also outstanding was the work of Albert Almanza, great shooting and rebounding senior forward, Wayne Clark, excellent defensive and rebounding center, Jimmy Brown, aggressive junior center and Butch Skeete, hustling junior guard. But what really made the team successful was the expert sophomore bench strength furnished by Jack Dugan, Jimmy Gilbert, Robert Ledbetter, Mutt Heller, and Coyle Winborn. LETTERMEN SENIORS Alberto Almanza Wayne Newell Clark Donnie Gene Lasiter JUNIORS Jimmie Darrell Brown Taylor C. Skeete, Jr. SOPHOMORES Jack Raymond Dugan James Wayne Gilbert John Henry Heller Robert Allen Ledbetter Coyle Allen Winborn RESERVE AWARDS William Carl Ehman Brooks Wood Porter MANAGERIAL AWARDS Ronald Eblen Malouf, Senior Ralph Jennings McMahon Jr., Junior fog. 314 J f ALL-SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE HAROLD BRADLEY Head Basketball Coach DONNIE GENE LASITER Guard, Senior from tow Jimmy Gilbert, Donnie I outer, Robert LedbeMer. Butch Sk . Mutt Heller, jerry Grohom feet Row; Harold Bradley, Student Trainer Ed Cull. ion. Bill Ehmon. Coyle Winborn. Brooks Portw. Albert Almorua, Jock Dv0on. Jimmy Brown Wo ne Clarlt, 5 dent Manager Ronnie Motouf . Aifiitont Cooch Jtmmy V-romonte Pag. 3U NON-CONFERENCE GAMES SCORES TEXAS 77 HOWARD PAYNE 54 TEXAS 71 TRINITY 59 TEXAS 49 OKLAHOMA CITY U. 53 TEXAS 49 TULANE 63 TEXAS 59 LSU 62 TEXAS 80 TULSA 70 TEXAS 77 TENNESSEE 73 TEXAS 79 ALABAMA 78 TEXAS 44 CLEMSON 48 TEXAS 93 . . MISSISSIPPI STATE 82 Wayne Clark (32) tips one in for two points against Trinity. JAMES RAYMOND VIRAMONTES Assistant Basketball Coach The ' Horns opened the 1960-61 basketball season on December 3 before 4,500 fans in Gregory Gym with a runaway victory over Howard Payne University. Sophomores and upperclassmen worked smoothly together to pile up a 10-point halftime lead and a 77-54 score. In his first varsity game, Robert Ledbetter led the scoring with 14 points as his teammates compiled a 49.3 percentage on field goals. On December 5, in a spottily played game before a mere 1,500 fans in Gregory Gym, the Texas Longhorns finished strong to down the Trinity Tigers, 71-59. Donnie Lasiter was the scoring leader with 19 counters, followed by Butch Skeete ' s 14 and Al Almanza ' s 13 points. Texas suffered its first defeat of the season on December 7 at the hands of Oklahoma City University 53-49 before four thousand " angry " Gregory Gym partisans. The Chiefs played deliberate, waiting type ball to preserve their 33-30 halftime lead, and with a few breaks in the closing minutes, closed off a desperate ' Horn rally. A UT late cold streak enabled the Tulane Greenies to take a come from behind 63-49 victory at New Orleans. After leading 43-39 with nine minutes to go, Texas went blank as the Greenies, aided by forward Jim Kerwin ' s 17 points and 6 foot 9 inch center Jack Ardon ' s 17 re- bounds, swept by for their fourth straight win. Almanza was the ' Horns ' top scorer with 16 points. A spirited Texas rally wasn ' t quite enough as Louisiana State upset the Longhorns 62-59 at Baton Rouge to drop the ' Horns to a 2-3 record. Lasiter, UT high point man with 19, headed the late seige that fell just short of victory. Brown ' s three straight jump shots led the ' Horns to an 80-70 extra period victory over Tulsa in Gregory Gym Saturday, December 17. Almanza led the scoring with 20 points, fpllowed by Lasiter and Brown with 15 each. This brought the ' Horn record up to an even .500 (3-3), which they never fell below again all year. Texas scored two narrow victories over Southeastern Conference foss in the first annual Aluminum Bowl Classic at Little Rock. On Wed- nesday, December 22, led by Mutt Heller with 14 points and Jack Dugan with 10, the Longhorns came from behind to halt the Tennessee Volunteers 77-73. Two veterans, Almanza and Lasiter, combined with the two sophomores to spearhead the ' Horns victory drive. Almanza con- tributed 13 rebounds and a game leading 19 points, while Lasiter scored 15 counters. On Thursday, the Longhorns staved off a late Alabama rally to edge the Crimson Tide 79-78. High scoring Almanza and Lasiter were named to the five man Aluminum Bowl all-star squad. As a final warm-up before a heated conference race, the Longhorns traveled to Houston for two games. Thursday, December 29, saw the Texas five go stone cold, shooting only thirty percent from the field, to lose a low scoring 48-44 affair to Clemson. The following evening the ' Horns fielded a torrid fifty-three percent to outbomb Mississippi State 93-82. Skeete led the scoring with 24 points, Almanza hit for 20. This flash ended the 1960 portion of the schedule, and gave the Longhorns a 6-4 non-conference record. Butch Skeete (22) drives by Tulsa guard with Jimmy Brown (35) watching closely. Page 317 TEXAS 68-ARKANSAS 58 The Texas Longhorns opened fheir defense of the Southwest Conference Championship crown Wednesday, January 4, with a comeback 68-58 victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks. After trailing 35-30 at intermission, the Longhorns, led by the red hot Lasiter, fired in fifty-two percent of their second half field goal attempts to win going away. Almanza led the ' Horns ' scoring with 17 points, followed by Lasiter with 15 and Skeete with 12. A wildly clapping crowd of 6,500 Gregory Gym partisans witnessed this exciting rally that started the ' Horns on their way to a fourth place 7-5 conference record. WAYNE NEWELL CLARK Center, Sen or TEXAS 94-TCU 95 In a record breaking four period overtime thriller, the Frogs of TCU " free throwed " their way to a 95-94 victory over the Texas Long- horns. The ' Horns scored a record 43 field goals to 29 for TCU but the Frogs hit 37 of 54 free throws and the Longhorns lost four regu- lars on fouls. Texas, with a supreme game effort of 34 points by Skeete fought from behind in each extra period only to fall one point short in the fourth overtime. Determined Jimmy Gilbert and sharp-shooting Albert Almanza lead ' Horns to victory over A M. TEXAS 59- BAYLOR 58 On Friday, January 13, the Longhorns won what was destined to be their only conference road victory of the season, a 59-58 squeeker over last place Baylor, at Waco. The ' Horns led all the way, but just did escape defeat when a Baylor last second shot bounced off the rim. Texas hit only 36.8 percent from the field and Baylor had 37.7 in a strictly defensive battle Almanza led the scoring with 19 points, Wayne Clark netted 10. ALBERTO ALMANZA forward. Senior TEXAS 63-TEXAS TECH 55 The Longhorns of Coach Bradley coasted to a relatively easy 63-55 victory over the eventual Southwest Champions, Texas Tech, before . jubilant Gregory Gym turnout. The ' Horns lee all the way in game that knocked the Raiders from the Conference undefeated ranks. All- Conference Tech player, Del Ray Mounts ' and Harold Hudgens ' 17 and 15 points were not enough as the balanced Texas attack of Alamanza ' s 14, Brown ' s 13, Skeete ' s 12 and Lasiter ' s 11 points added to Almanza ' s 15 and Brown ' s 10 rebounds equalled victory. TEXAS 81 -TEXAS A M 76 Before a howling mob of 7,500 in Gregory Gym, Monday, January 16, the Longhorns rallied to a 81-76 victory over the Aggies from College Station. Little Jimmy Gilbert, playing in relief for the foul ridden Lasiter, was at his best as he hit 10 of 11 free shots and totaled 16 points. Almanza was high point nun for the Orange with 23, but smooth Aggie Carroll Broussard was high for the game as he tied an A M school record with 37 points. The win gave the ' Horns 4-1 record and the Conference lead at semester break. TAYLOR C. SKEETE Guard, Junior Pag. Ill if TEXAS 59-RICE 63 The nineteen day layoff between semesters proved too much for the Longhorns as they dropped a tight de- cision to the Rico Owls in Houston, 63-59. Texas started cold with 13 points in the first 14 minutes, enabling the Owls to pile up a 39-31 halffime lead. All- Conference guard Lasiter, the game ' s leading scorer with 20 points, headed a second half comeback that fell short as the Longhorns dropped to second place in the Southwest Conference Championship race. ANZA Nor i TECH ii Wey coasted t ' ymerberaw i is Ink, before ; l. Ik ' Horn lee Wed the (a ' fe taed nnb. Ai, il by Mounts ' a-: S points weie r,t ta attack of i, Stele ' s 1! as: i Atom ' s Ii arc illtd ictoty. TEXAS 68-BAYLOR 65 In a loosely played game at Gregory Gym the Longhorns managed a 68-65 win over last place Baylor to push the ' Horns into a second place tie. The lead changed hands twelve times. The ' Horns outjumped the Bears 52-27 on the boards, with big Brown grabbing 10 of these. Lasiter led all scorers with 21 points. TEXAS 63-SMU 70 On Tuesday, February 7, the Longhorns were again bitten by roaditis as the SAAU Mustangs stormed from behind to grab a 70-63 lead. Midway through the second half in one seven minute period, the Mustangs scored 23 points to the Steers ' 6 to take a commanding lead. Almanza was the game ' s leading scorer with 1 points, but a balanced SMU attack was too much. JIMMIE DARRELL BROWN Center, Junior JAMES WAYNE GILBERT Center, Sophomore Wayne Clark (32) screens out two SMU players as Donnie Lasiter drives towards the basket. TEXAS 71 -SMU 65 On Saturday afternoon, February 18, before television view- ers and a small Gregory Gym turnout, the Texas team shot and rebounded its way to a 71-65 triumph over SMU. Brad- ley ' s ' Horns canned 45.6 percent of their shots and grabbed a 42-26 rebound advantage while the Mustangs were leading in free throws, hitting 23 out of 24 attempts, to provide a good television show. Lasiter led all scoring with 21 points, 16 in the first half. Almanza was runner-up with 18 points. He was high in rebounds, taking 18. Clark, who played one of his best games defensively, scored nine and grabbed nine rebounds. Poge 319 TEXAS 59 ARKANSAS 74 Phenomenal shooting in the opening minutes enabled the Arkansas Razorbacks to grab a com- manding lead that the Longhorns could never overcome, as the ' Hogs dealt the ' Horns a fourth road game defeat. In their 74-59 victory the Razorback five hit seven straight field goals to take an early 14-1 advantage. Led by Almanza ' s 17 points, Skeete and Dugan ' s 11 points each, the Longhorns fought back to chop the margin to four points but 15 of 16 successful free throws in the final three minutes provided the Hogs with what seemed to be an easy victory. JACK RAYMOND DUGAN Forward, Sophomore TEXAS 81 -RICE 79 The Longhorns, to the delight of a partisan Gregory Gym Crowd, staged a tremendous comeback to down the Rice Owls 81-79. With slightly less than a minute and a half to play, Texas ' Dugan stole the ball and was fouled as he ROBERT ALIEN IEDBETTER Forward, Sophomore TEXAS 69-TEXAS A M 86 For the sixth straight year the Longhorns left Aggie- land with a defeat, this one crushing all Orange title hopes as Texas A M gained an 86-69 win. Carroll Broussard, the scoring mechanism of the Aggies, ripped the nets for 37 points, a total he reached three times this season, twice against the ' Horns. Lasiter played superbly in defeat, scoring as his season high of 34 points. COYLE ALLEN WINBORN Guard, Sophomore TEXAS 79-TCU 77 led by the final home game efforts of seniors Lajiter, Almanza and Clark, the Longhorns hung on to capture a 79-77 triumph over TCU. Highlighting the Gregory Gym contest was the ' Horns ' important rebounding and ball hawking defensive tactics. Lasiter, Almanza and Clark counted 20, 17 and 10 points with sophomore Ledbetter adding 17 more to pave the road to victory. JOHN HENRY HELLER Forward, Sophomore TEXAS 60-TEXAS TECH 63 On Thursday, March 2, before a record crowd of 10,380 Lubbock fans, the new champions defeated the defending champions as Texas Tech gained a 63-60 victory over the ' Horns. All-Conference Raiders Harold Hudgens and Del Ray Mounts scored 20 and 17 points to lead a Tech (quad that set a team scoring record in Conference play of 1,102 points. Lasiter tied for high-point man with 20 as he played brilliantly to spark the ' Horns to an early lead which eventually gave way to the Red Raiders ' challenge. This road game defeat, number six for the league play, left the Longhorns with a com- mendable 8-6 fourth place Southwest Conference season record. scored a tieing layup 77 all. His free throw, along with Skeete ' s basket and game ending free throw gave the ' Horns a hard-fought victory. Lasiter was high-point man with 21 counters, while Clark and Skeete contributed 15. Albert Almanza fires his favorite jump shot against Jack Dugan outjumps a TCU Hornfrog to score a the Aggies. two point tip-in shot. Fog 320 1960-1961 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Following a discouraging first half with five losses in six games, the Texas Freshmen stormed back to take five of the last six battles to form a respectable 6-6 season record. High scoring and rebounding Joe Fisher led the Yearlings to their second half comeback. Other outstanding performers for the Shorthorn squad were Dale West and Craig Winbcrn, two sharp shooters, tall Mike Humphrey and Harvey Holliman, excellent rebounders, and keen-eyed guard James Puryear. After dropping their opener to Wharton Junior College the Yearlings swept past South Texas Junior College, but then lost four straight to Lon Morris, TCU, Arkansas and Texas A M. The Freshmen showed excellent team spirit in their .narrow 54-51 loss to the Aggies, and, due mostly to their spirit, newly developed teamwork, and 6 foot 9 inch Harvey Holleman ' s first appearance after a knee operation, the Yearlings proceeded to win four straight, Rice 69-65, Baylor 74-64, Victoria Junior College 84-72 and Rice again 78-75. The Aggies, with Bennie Lenox scoring 43 points, broke the string as they scored a 78-74 victory. The Shorthorns climaxed the season with a smashing 80-55 victory over TCU. JOE REX RENEAU Freshman Basketball Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS Richard Reagan Beeson William Wallace Price, Jr. Joe Fisher, III James Kenneth Puryear Harvey Lee Holliman Ronald Jerome Waska Charles Michael Lucas Roger Dale West Harry Joe Masch Craig Viereck Winborn Front Ifow.- Charles Michael Lucas, Joe Fisher, III, Harvey Lee Holliman, William Michael Humphrey, William Wallace Price, Jr., Craig Viereck Winborn. Boclr Row.- Coach Joe Rex Reneau, James Kenneth Puryeor, Harry Joe Masch, Gory Wayne Szalrianski, Ronald Jerome Waska, Richard Reagan Beeson, Manager George Milton Craddock. Page 321 1961 TRACK The Longhorns had an up and down season as they won the first regularly sched- uled meet at Austin, suffered injuries at the Border Olympics, came back to be the upset winners of the West Texas Relays, and then suffered defeat several times at the hands of last year ' s champion, Baylor University. On May 12, however, a fully recovered Longhorn team came back to regain the conference crown and award Coach Clyde Littlefield his 25th Southwest Conference Track trophy. Ralph Alspaugh was one of the Longhorn ' s consistent winners, as he dominated his specialty, the sprints, throughout the season and ended his college career with a sensational 9.2 second 100 and a 20 second flat 220. Other outstanding Longhorns were Jim Smith in the javelin, Ray Cunningham in the hurdles, and sophomore Charlie Giesey who excelled in three different events, javelin, high jump and discus. The ' Horns opened the season at the Will Rogers Games in Fort Worth and then returned to Austin for a triangular meet with Houston and Texas A M. Then came the ill-fated Border Olympics where Cunningham suffered the injuries which plagued him throughout the year. Next the Longhorns traveled to West Texas for the San Angelo Invitational and the West Texas Relays. On April 7-8 the ' Horns played host for Round-Up and the Texas Relays. Following the Dallas Invitational on April 14, the Texas team participated in the Kansas Relays and the Drake Relays before return- ing to Austin for a quadrangular meet and later the Southwest Conference Meet. CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Head Coach T. J. LOVVORN, Assisfanf Coach DREW WOOLFORD DUNLAP, Student Coach LETTERMEN SENIORS Jim Choyce Allison Ralph Williamson Alspaugh Jack David Sides, Jr. Don Dale Isett Terry Dean King JUNIORS Baylus Earl Bennett Edward Allison Clarkson, Jr. Talmage Ray Cunningham James Thomas Houston Robert Wayne Porter Jim Russell Smith Rex Gerald Wilson Robert Paul Wyatt SOPHOMORES Charles Randolph Curson John Phillip Eschle Samuel Charles Giesey Herbert Ray Jones RESERVE LETTERMEN Jerry Ed Bain John Casper Drolla, Jr. Robert Loring Hall, Jr. Larry Ray Jones Paul David Levering Emery Saerwood Martindale Robert Lesley Moore Charles Edgar Putman James Shelby Sharpe Robert Daniel Spellings Stephen Douglas Strickland Daniel Adrian Taylor MANAGERIAL AWARDS Dan M. Reed, Senior James Michael Hinkle, Sophomore 122 I I 1961 TRACK WILL ROGERS GAMES On February 9 the Longhorns took part in the first indoor meet of its kind in Fort Worth. Texas was not abte to do better than third place in the Will Rogers Coliseum as Abilene Christian College took first place with 42-2 3 points to 21 for SMU and 18 for Texas. The Longhorns ' Ralph Alspaugh took first place in the 60-yard dash in 6.3 seconds. TRIANGULAR MEET AT AUSTIN In the first regular season meet at Austin on March 4, Coach Clyde Littlefield ' s Longhorns literally ran away with things as they set three new records in amassing a total of 75 points to the University of Houston ' s 56 and Texas A M ' s 39. Hurdler Ray Cunningham set a new record of 14.0 seconds flat in the 120-yard high hurdles and in the 220-yard low hurdles he erased the old record with a time of 22.6 seconds. Texas ' other record was by shot putter Jim Allison who heaved the 16-pound shot 55 feet. Other Longhorn winners were Alspaugh in the 100 and 220-yard dashes and Charlie Geisey who won first place in the discus, third place in the pole vault and third place in the high jump. CLYDE LITTLEFIELD Head Coach From low: Boylui Eail nnlt. John Coipr Drolla, Jr., Tolmag. lay Cunningham. Jock David SidM, lolph WHHaiMOfl Alipough, Don DaU lull. Jim Chore Allnon. H rb rt Ray Jon t. Brtnl Thorn , Charltt Edgar Putmon, Dr w Woolford Ounlop Scond low, Dan Adolph Fl.rkmon, Frank Medina, Bob.rt Paul Wyatt. John Phillip Etchlt. Bob.rt loring Hall. Jr.. Jom.i Thomat Houston. J ny Ed loin. Kobtrl Danitl Sp.llmgi, Robrl Moori, Danil Adrian Taylor, Sl ph n Douglai Strickland, Dan M. l!d rhird low Froggi loworn. Bob.n Wayn Porlr. Chail.i Randolph CurK n. Jam.. Sh.lby Sharp . . G rald Wilton, Edward Alllton Cloitsoil, Samv l Chorli Gi My. Paul David Imring. Jim (utf ll Smith, Lorry Bay Jon.i, Clyd littl li ld. Pag 324 BORDER OLYMPICS March 1 1 was an unlucky day as injuries plagued Longhorn hurdlers Ray Cun- ningham and Rex Wilson. Texas could do no better than third place with 40 points as Ralph Alspaugh picked up the only first place with a win in the 100-yard dash in 9.5 seconds although Cunningham set a new record of 14 flat in the 120-yard high hurdles in the preliminaries before suffering his leg injury in the 220-yard hurdle preliminaries. Defending Southwest Conference champion, Baylor, won the meet with 61 ' 2 points followed by Abilene Christian College wtih 48. The Uni- versity of Houston was fourth with 32 points. WEST TEXAS RELAYS On March 17 the Longhorns were the surprising winners of the West Texas Relays in Odessa. The Texas javelin men paced the team to a total of 70 points by winning the first five places. Jim Smith was first, followed by James Houston, Sam Giesey, Terry King and Robert Hall. Sprinter Alspaugh won the 100-yard dash in 9.7 second and the mile relay team composed of Dan Isett, Randy Curson, Wayne Porter and Alspaugh, set a new record of 3:12.7. Baylor was second with 63 points, SMU was third with 51, and Texas was fourth with 32 ' 2. QUADRANGULAR MEET AT WACO Once again, on March 25, the Longhorns were forced to take second best at the hands of Baylor University, 55V2-69. Texas took only three first places as Jim Smith won the century in 9.5 seconds and the mile relay team of Isett, Curson, Porter, and Alspaugh again took first place. SAN ANGELO INVITATIONAL On March 31, the Longhorns went to the annual invitational meet at San Angelo, where they finished fourth with 24 points behind Abilene Christian ' s 42 points, Baylor ' s 36 points and Southern Methodist ' s 25 points. Texas ' two first places came with Alspaugh ' s win in the 100-yard dash and Jim Smith ' s win in the javelin. In the second place spots were Charlie Giesey in the javelin, Baylus Bennett in the pole vault, and Jim Allison in the shot put. Allison also placed third in the discus and the 440-yard relay team was fourth. Texas broad jumpers, Jack Sides and Herbert Bubba Jones tied for fourth in that event. Top: DON DALE ISETT, Sen or, Sprints, 440, Relay; JIM CHOYCE ALLISON, Senior, Shot, Discus. Bottom Row: TERRY DEAN KING, Sen or, Javelin; RALPH WILLIAMSON ALSPAUGH, Senior, Sprinfs, Re ays; JACK DAVID SIDES, JR., Sen or, Broad Jump. TEXAS RELAYS 1961 te " " - " ' ' F 4- ' " ' v ' V ' ' Tuwfr - ' " C ; S : ' i, Dennis Richardson, Abilene Christian College, in the finish. Led by Olympian Earl Young, Abilene Christian College ran away with top honors at the 34th Annual Texas Relays, April 7-8. ACC won four relay events, tying one record and smashing a world record in the mile relay at 3:07.9. Young was voted outstand- ing performer for his great anchor leg on three relay teams. Sprinter Dennis Richardson added to ACC ' s glory by scoring a vic- tory in the 100-yard dash. Ralph Alspaugh ' s fourth place finish was typical of the Longhorn ' s efforts for the day. For the first time since 1930, the Texas thinclads failed to win a single event as the best performances were Jim Allison ' s second place in the shot put, Jim Smith ' s second in the javelin, and Baylus Bennett ' s tie for third in the pole vault. EVENT WINNERS TIME Javelin Throw Walter Cockreham, Wichita 224 ' 1 1 Vi " Distance Medley Relay Abilene Christian College 9:51.5 Shot Put John Fry, Baylor 57 ' ll ' 4 " Broad Jump Bill Miller, McMurray 24 ' 8 " Sprint Medley Relay Southern Methodist University 3:21.1 880-Yard Relay Abilene Christian College 1 :22.6 Four Mile Relay University of Houston 17:02.8 120-Yard Hurdles Rex Stucker, Kansas State 14.1 100-Yard Dash Dennis Richardson, ACC 9.6 Discus Throw Alfred Holcomb, Howard Payne. 169 ' 3 W Two Mile Reley Southern Methodist University 7:33.6 440- Yard Relay Abilene Christian College 40.9 Pole Vault George Davies, Oklahoma State 15.1 " High Jump Monroe Fordham, Emporia Teachers. 6 ' 6 ' 4 " One Mil Relay Abilene Christian College 3:07.9 EVENTS OPEN EVENTS WINNERS TIME 400 Meter Hurdles Eddie Southern 58.8 1 00 Meter Dash Dave Sfyron 1 0.4 3000 Meter Steeplechase Bill Hayward, Kansas 9:14.2 1500 Meter Run Ernie Cunliffe 3:47.1 5000 Meter Race of Nations. .. Fred Norris, England 14:38.6 New Relays Record New World Record New National Co legiafe Record ROBERT PAUL WYATT, Junior, Broad Jump TALMAGE RAY CUNNINGHAM, Junior, Hurdles REX GERALD WILSON, Junior, Hurdles, 440, Re ays DALLAS INVITATIONAL Texas continued to suffer the pains of losing as they finished fourth in the Dallas Invitational Meet, April 14. Baylor and Oklahoma tied for first with 47 points, SMU was third with 431 2, and Texas fourth with 271 2, Ralph Alspaugh finished first in the 100 and 200-yard dashes to become one of the meet ' s double winners. His times were 9.7 and 21.4 seconds respectively. Texas ' javelin men, Jim Smith, Terry King and Charles Giesey continued their winning form by taking the first three places in that order. Smith ' s winning throw was 214 feet 9 inches. Texas ' other point makers were Jim Allison, fourth in shot put; Jack Sides, fourth in broad jump,- Baylus Bennett, third in pole vault; Danny Taylor, fourth in 880; John Eschle, third in the 2-mile run; and Giesey, who also tied for third in the high jump. KANSAS RELAYS Teams from the Lone Star State dominated the Thirty-Sixth Kansas Relays on April 21st, but the Texas Longhorns weren ' t among the winners for the first time in many years. The Longhorns ' only first place came when Alspaugh won the special 100-meter dash. Alspaugh also finished third in the University division 100-yard dash. Ray Cunning- ham took second place in the 120-yard high hurdles in his first attempt since being injured in the Border Olympics. The only other events in which Texas placed were the shot put with Jim Allison ' s fourth place and the javelin with Jim Smith in fourth place. DRAKE RELAYS It was the same song, second verse at the Drake Relays on April 29, as once again Texans took top honors but The University of Texas failed to do better than Jim Smith ' s second place in the javelin. Alspaugh finished third in the 100-yard dash behind Bill Kemp of Baylor. Jim Allison could do no better than fifth in the shot put. Hurdler Cun- ningham again suffered a bad break in hitting the last two hurdles and failed to finish. TRIANGULAR MEET IN AUSTIN Led by the great performance of Captain Ralph Alspaugh and hurdler Ray Cunningham, the Longhorns dominated a triangular meet with Texas A M and Rice on May 4. In winning twelve of sixteen events, the ' Horns piled up 91 1 2 points to 36! 2 for the Aggies and 281 2 for the Owls. Alspaugh won the 100 and 220-yard dashes with times of 9.5 and 20.4 and ran the anchor leg of the 440-relay to set up a first place in that event. Cunningham won the high hurdles in a time of 13.8 seconds, which ties the Southwest Conference record, and a 22.7 in the low hurdles gave him his second medal. Cunningham also ran on the sprint relay team. Texas ' other winners were Jim Smith in the javelin; Jim Allison in the shot put; Baylus Bennett in the pole vault; Bobby Wyatt in the broad jump; John Eschle in the 2-mile run, and Charles Giesey and Jerry Bain who tied in the high jump. Among the other Texas pointmakers were Steve Strickland, fourth in the mile run and third in the 880; Wayne Porter, fourth in the 440-yard dash; Herbert Jones, third in the 100-yard dash and fourth in the broad jump; Rex Wilson, third in the javelin; Giesey, fourth in the javelin and third in the discus; Jack Sides, fourth in the 100 and third in the 220; and Paul Levering, fourth in the two mile run and Eschle second in the mile run. Top: BAYLUS EARL BENNETT, Junior, Pole Vault. Bottom Row: EDWARD ALLISON CLARKSON, JR., Junior, Weights; JAMES THOMAS HOUSTON Junior Javelin; ROBERT WAYNE PORTER, Junior, 440, Relays. SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET On May 12 and 13 Coach Clyde Littlefield ' s Longhorns proved that only one meet makes the champion as they regained the Southwest Conference title from Baylor. The ' Horns re- turned the trophy to Coach Littlefield for the twenty-fifth time as Ralph Alspaugh removed any doubt about his ability in fighting off Baylor ' s Bill Kemp in the dashes and Ray Cun- ningham proved to be fully recovered from hindering leg injuries. Alspaugh ran a sensa- tional 9.2 seconds in the 100 and 20 flat in the 220 but neither was allowed as a record due to the aiding wind. Alspaugh also ran a blazing 46.7 anchor lap on the mile relay to beat out Baylor for third place in the event and to cinch the Southwest Conference Trophy. Cunningham was also a double winner as he posted a record 13.7 in the high hurdles and a 22.5 in the lows, though both were wind aided. Living up to predictions, Texas picked up enough third, fourth and fifth places to assure themselves the title. Charles Giesey was fifth in the discus, second in the javelin, and tied for third in the high jump; Jim Allison was third in the shot put and Emory AAartindale was fourth; Jim Houston and Terry King placed fourth and fifth in the javelin; John Eschle was third in the mile run and fourth in the two mile run; Bobby Wyatt placed second in the broad jump, Rex Wilson placed fourth in the high hurdles,- Baylus Bennett tied for third in the pole vault; and the Longhorns placed third in both the mile and 440 Relays. EVENTS WINNERS TIME Javelin JIM SMITH, TEXAS 215 ' 9 ' z " Discus John Fry, Baylor 1 72 ' 5 " Shot Put John Fry, Baylor 56 ' 1 1 VA " 440 Relay Baylor 40.3 Mile Run Brian Bolton, SMU 4:12.1 Broad Jump Fred Hansen, Rice 24 ' 6 ' 2 " 440-Yard Dash Mickey Hollingshead, Rice 47.1 100-Yard Dash RALPH ALSPAUGH, TEXAS 9.2w 120-Yard Hurdles RAY CUNNINGHAM, TEXAS 13.7w 880- Yard Run Jim Parr, SMU 1 =49.9 220-Yard Dash RALPH ALSPAUGH, TEXAS 20.0w 220-Yard Low Hurdles RAY CUNNINGHAM, TEXAS 22.5w High Jump Eddie Curtis, Baylor 6 ' 5% " Jack Upton, TCU (Tie) Two-Mile Run Jack Nelson, Arkansas 9:22.1 Pole Vault Dexter Elkins, SMU 15 ' % " Mile Relay Southern Methodist University 3:14.1 Team Totals, Texas 68 ' 2, Baylor 60, SMU 38 ' 2, Rice 37 ' 2, Texas Tech 20 ' 2, Texas A M 20, TCU 12 ' 2, Arkansas 12 ' 2 . New Record Top: SAMUEL CHARLES GIESEY, Sophomore, High Jump, Javelin; CHARLES RANDOLPH CURSON, Sopho- more, 440. Boffom Row: HERBERT RAY JONES, Sophomore, Sprinf$, Broad Jump; JOHN PHILLIP ESCHLE, Sophomore, Mile, Two Mile; JIM RUSSELL SMITH, Junior, Javelin. , ' Hire- I " 1 " ana. ' ecord lay to to assure ail), i econd in the W for fhi r( j Relays, FRESHMAN TRACK T. J. LOVVORN, Head Coach DREW WOOLFORD DUNLAP, Student Coach Ben Chandler Cadenhead James Gary Cooper John Stuart Cram Donald Michael Dalton Gary Wayne Dow George Ronald Dumesnil Loy Melton Gunter FRESHMAN AWARDS Steve J. Guynes Charles Lee Jordan Herman Wayne Neckar Curtis Robinson Newbury Harold Alan Querner Larry Gene Rhodes Alfred Weldon Roark James Denny Roberts Charles Henry Rodgers Robert Allen Sewell Carlton Eugene Stowers Olen Ulesus Underwood Thomas Neal Welsh Robert Allen Young ...172 ' 5 ' " .56 ' 1] 1 4 ' " 413 ....4:12.1 ..24 ' W 47.1 ..... 9.2 ..,.13.7w ....1:49.9 ....20.0w ....22.5w ,...9:22.1 ...15T ....3:14.1 Texas AW MANAGERIAL AWARDS Felix Aguirre, Freshman Dan Adolph Fleckman, Sophomore T . J. FROGGIE LOVVORN m V i V TEXAS sto DELAYS Nancy Thompson, University Sweetheart, ex- tends her congratulations to Bob Sewell who took first place in the Freshman-Junior College high hurdles in 14.6 and Jim Cooper who gave the Freshmen a second place. On May 12-13 the freshmen again won the Southwest Conference Championship with a total of 91 points. Bob Sewell won first in the high and low hurdles and fifth in the pole vault and Jim Cooper was second in the high hurdles, third in the lows, and second in the high jump. Loy Gunter won the mile relay, Johnny Cram won the 220 and was second in the 100-yard dash. Charles Jordan was second in the shot put and third in the javelin, while Robert Young finished second in the discus. Steve Guynes was first in the pole vault and third in the broad jump. At the Texas Relays, held April 7 and 8, the Texas freshmen did considerably better in their efforts than their varsity counterparts by setting a new record in the two-mile relay. The team of Charles Rodgers, Tom Welsh, Loy Gunter, and Larry Rhodes had a time of 7:46.5 which clipped nine seconds off the old standard. Guynes tied for first in the pole vault and Sewell and Cooper finished first and second in the high hurdles. Young finished second in the shot put and the 440 and sprint medley relay team were third, while the mile relay team finished fourth. Texas A M freshmen won the meet by winning the 100 and 440-yard dashes, the 440 and mile relays and the shot put. The freshmen took first place at the International Invitational Track and Field Meet at Mexico City by compiling a total of 115 points. Guynes was first in the pole vault with a 14 foot 4 inch effort. Cram won the 100 meter dash in 10.7 and also anchored the 400-meter relay team to a 42.5 first place. Jordan was first in the javelin and Cooper won the 400-meter hurdles. The distance medley relay team was second. Front Row: Dumesnil, Guynes, Dow, Sfowers, Rhodes, Newbury, John Lee Danner, Roark, Dalton. Second Row: John Dennij Roberts, Trainer, Cadenhead, Sewell, Welsh, Gunter, Cooper, Underwood, Neckar, Cram, Dunlap. Third Row. lovvorn, Rodgers, Roberts, Jordan, Young, David Terry Rowntree, Bill Ray Blackburn, Aguirre, Coach Clyde Littlefield. Page 329 1961 BASEBALL After a very hectic finish the Longhorns emerged as Southwest Conference Cham- pions and winner of the District 6 title, defeating Arizona 8-2 and 5-4. However, Texas had a dismal time at the NCAA Collegiate tournament in Omaha, Nebraska, losing the first game to Southern California, 6-8, and the second game to Western Michigan, 8-2. The ' Horns started the season strong winning 16 and tying one with A M before losing to BAMC, 8-12, and later losing to TCU, 8-9, and A M, 13-6 in regular scheduled games. These conference losses forced the Longhorns to play two games with Baylor that had been rained out earlier since Texas had lost two games and Baylor four. Baylor won the first game and the second game was called at the end of the 10th inning, tied 9-9, because of darkness. The tied game could not be played over as Baylor started finals the following day and Southwest Conference rules state that the season ends when either school starts finals. Texas ended the Conference season with 1 1 wins, three losses, and two ties and runner-up Baylor had 10 victories, four losses and one tie. ? ' A BIBB AUGUST FALK, Head Coach KENNETH CARROLL MOURSUND, Student Assistant Coach LETTERMEN SENIORS Arthur Wesley Adams Gordon L. Ginn Phillip Lynd Hipps James Terry Jackson Samuel Ira Rosson, Jr. Justin Marshall Wakeland JUNIORS Tom Franklin Belcher Robert Eugene Callaway, Jr. Lewis Edward Brazelton John McPherson Pinckney David W. Burleson Lloyd Lester (Pat) Rigby David Taylor Skinner SOPHOMORES William Lamar Bethea Charles Knutson Gary Erroll London Walter Lewis (Buddy) New, Jr. Tim Allen RESERVE AWARDS Michael Emmett Thrash MANAGERIAL AWARD Vernon Lee Shelton, Senior Pog. 330 BIBB A. FAIK Coach Team Texas Baylor Rice A M TCU SMU CONFERENCE STANDING Games Won Losf Tied 16 11 15 12 15 14 12 10 6 6 6 1 3 4 6 8 8 11 2 1 1 Pel. .786 .714 .500 .429 .429 .083 1961 BASEBALL CHAMPIONS TEXAS 5-SAM HOUSTON STATE 3 Coach Bibb Falk ' s Longhorns started the baseball season off on the right foot as they defeated the Sam Houston State Bearkats 5-3 in Clark Field on March 6. The first Bearkat hitter put one out of the park. The game was tied up in seventh inning but the Horns came back in the bottom of the eighth to score the two winning runs. One run was on a homer by Gordon Ginn. Sophomore Ken Grenewald picked up his first varsity decision as he relieved Tom Belcher in the sixth inning. TEXAS 6-SAAA HOUSTON STATE 5 On the following day the two teams met again and the Bearkats scored five runs in the first two innings. However, the Longhorns fought back to win the game 6-5 in ten innings. Sam Rosson, Longhorn leftfielder, put one on top of the cliff in center field tying the score. Bill Bethea scored the winning run on Dave Skinner ' s single in the bottom of the tenth. David Burleson hurled four and one-third innings of scoreless ball after going to the mound in the sixth inning. TEXAS 11 -OKLAHOMA The Steers won the first of a two-game series with Oklahoma on March 10 in Clark Field. Longhorn batters slaughtered the Sooners, 11-0, on ten hits. Terry Jackson and Tom Belcher divided the pitching chores as they held Oklahoma to two hits. Jackson received credit for the win. TEXAS 3-OKLAHOMA The ' Horns again shut out the Sooners in the game on the following day. Bobby Callaway gave the Sooners three singles, three walks and fanned seven men. Chuck Knutson was the big gun in the 3-2 victory with his two-run homer in the eighth inning. TEXAS 7-TEXAS LUTHERAN 2 The Longhorns picked up their fifth straight win by defeating the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs 7-2 at Clark Field on March 14. In addition to giving up only four hits to the Bulldogs, pitcher David Burleson batted in two runs. The Steers collected six hits. TEXAS 6-TEXAS A M 6 In a three-hour and twenty-eight minute contest that had to be called because of darkness the Steers and the Aggies fought to a 6-6 tie at Clark Field March 17. The Aggies scored two runs in the first and a single in the third to take the lead for six innings. The ' Horns came back in the seventh scoring four runs on one Aggie error, three walks and some well-placed singles. The Aggies evened the score in the eighth with a home run. The game was called after ten innings. Front ffowi Son Rowon, Bill Btthto, Pat Rigby, Art Adam, Tom Blchr, Davt Skinner, Gordon Ginn, Terry jodnon. Second ow Coach I ' bb Folk. Chuck KngHon. lob Collowoy. ttw ftoi.lton. Phil Hippi. John P.nckn. r , Juitin Ivddy Ntw, Jerry London. Page 332 ALL-AMERICAN CHARLES KNUTSON Outfielder, Sophomore ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE FRANKLIN BELCHER Pitcher, Junior ROBERT EUGENE CALLAWAY Pitcher, Junior Page 333 LLOYD LESTER (PAT) RIGBY Second Base, Junior DAVID W. BURIESON Pifcher, Junior LEWIS E. BRAZEITON First Base, Junior TEXAS 19-MINNESOTA 7 On March 20 at Clark Field the Texas Longhorns swamped the Minnesota Gophers, de- fending NCAA baseball champions, 19-7. The ' Horns picked up 19 runs on 15 hits and 13 walks. Phil Hipps and Lew Brazelton each hit home runs. Dave Burleson picked up his third victory and Dave Skinner sent in four runs. The ' Horns made ten runs in the bottom of the eighth. TEXAS 14-MINNESOTA 9 The following day Texas handed Minnesota another defeat scoring 14 runs on 15 hits. Minnesota managed to score 9 runs on 1 1 hits. Eight of the 1 1 ' Horns who went to the plate got at least one hit. Catcher John Pinckney scored six runs on two hits. Terry Jack- son was the winning pitcher. TEXAS 26-BAYLOR 7 At Clark Field on March 27 the Texas Longhorns continued their winning ways as they bombed the Baylor Bears for 17 hits and 19 walks in a 26-7 victory. Lew Brazelton and Sam Rosson each had four hits. Chuck Knutson hit the Steers ' only round-tripper of the game. Tom Belcher was the winning pitcher. TEXAS 7-SMU 6 Longhorn first baseman. Buddy New, rolled a single between second and first in the bottom of the ninth to give the Longhorns a comeback 7-6 victory over the Ponies at Clark Field March 28. Lew Brazelton hit the only home run of the game. Dave Burleson won his fourth victory. TEXAS 5-FORT HOOD 2 Tom Belcher went all the way as the Longhorns defeated the Fort Hood Tankers 5-2 March 30 at Clark Field. Each team scored two runs in the fourth inning but the ' Horns came back in the seventh to score three runs and take the game. Bill Bethea got two hits, one a single, and Pat Rigby hit the only home run of the game. TEXAS 15-TCU 13 The Texas Longhorns drove across two runs in the top of the tenth inning to defeat the TCU Horned Frogs 15-13 in Fort Worth on April 4. Eight home runs were hit in the game. Dave Skinner, Lew Brazelton, and Chuck Knutson homered for the ' Horns. Leon Baze of TCU hit three over the fence. Bob Callaway, the fifth Longhorn pitcher of the day, was credited with the win. TEXAS 11-BAMC 4 The Longhorns scored 1 1 runs on 1 1 hits as they handed the Brooke Army Medical Center an 11-4 loss April 10 at Clark Field. Chuck Knutson was the leading hitter for the ' Horns with three hits out of five times at bat. Bobby Callaway pitched six innings to receive credit for the game. TEXAS 15-SMU 4 Callaway helped himself to his fourth straight victory getting three hits, one a two-run homer, as the Longhorns scored a 15-4 victory over the SMU Mustangs in Dallas on April 14. Phil Hipps and Chuck Knutson gave helping hands by hitting round-trippers themselves. The ' Horns collected 14 hits. TEXAS 15-SMU 11 The Mustangs took an early lead the following day but the ' Horns came from behind to win 15-11. Of the Mustangs ' 1 1 runs only three were earned, the others resulted from eight Longhorn errors. Texas profited from the 17 walks given by SMU pitchers. Terry Jack- son was the winning pitcher. GORDON I. GINN Catcher, Senior PHIUIP I. HIPPS Infitld. Senior Post 334 WAITER L (BUDDY) NEW Infield, Sophomore TEXAS 12-RICE 6 In the game played Friday, April 21, in Houston as a make-up for a game rained out on April 8, Bobby Callaway went all the way for the ' Horns in their 12-6 victory over the Rice Owls. He allowed nine hits. The Longhorns had 14 hits and five bases on balls. Phil Hipps got four hits including two doubles and a triple. TEXAS 8-RICE TEXAS 11 -RICE 6 Tom Belcher pitched a one-hitter shut-out against Rice the following day to take the first game of a double header 8-0. Texas won its seventeenth straight victory as Belcher retired 13 Rice batters in a row. Terry Jackson received credit for the second game, allow- ing five runs and seven hits in five innings. Hipps hit the only home run of the game as the ' Horns picked up 10 hits in their 1 1-6 victory. TEXAS 8-BAMC 12 Brooke Army Medical Center handed the Longhorns their first defeat of the season, 8-12, in San Antonio on April 25. The game was tied twice. Pat Rigby was the leading hitter for the ' Horns with three hits out of five trips to the plate. Bobby Callaway was the losing pitcher. TEXAS 8-TCU 9 The TCU Horned Frogs defeated the ' Horns 9-8 at Clark Field on May 4. It was the Longhorn ' s first Southwest Conference loss. Texas scored eight runs in the first five innings but the Horned Frogs ' home run in the ninth inning put TCU ahead. David Burle- son was the losing pitcher. He relieved Tom Belcher in the eighth giving up three runs on three hits in two innings. TEXAS 5-TCU 3 The following day the Longhorns returned to the win column by defeating the TCU Horned Frogs 5-3. Bobby Callaway was the winning pitcher. David Skinner got four of the 13 hits collected by the Longhorns. Chuck Knutson slammed his seventh homer of the season. TEXAS 17-A M 3 In a replay of the earlier 6-6 tie Texas stomped the Aggies 17-3 on May 9 at Clark Field. Tom Belcher was the winning pitcher. The ' Horns scored four home runs with Rigby hitting two and Gary London and Buddy New each scoring one. TEXAS 6-A M 13 In spite of a grand slam home run by Chuck Knutson in the first inning, the Longhorns dropped the game to the Aggies 13-6 May 12 in College Station. Bobby Callaway was tagged with the loss. This loss put Baylor back in the running and forced the Longhorns to make up the two games with Baylor that had been rained out. TEXAS 15-A M 4 In a great comeback the following day the ' Horns cinched a tie for the Southwest Confer- ence Championship by handing the Aggies a 15-4 defeat. Tom Belcher went the nine innings for his fifth Conference win without a loss. Longhorns Gary London, Phil Hipps, Dave Skinner and Chuck Knutson each hit the ball out of the park. JUSTIN M. WAKELAND Outfield, Senior GARY E. LONDON Catcher, Sophomore JAMES TERRY JACKSON Pitcher, Senior ARTHUR W. ADAAAS Shortstop, Senior Page 335 WILLIAM L. BETHEA Shorts op, Sophomore KENNETH C. MOURSUND Student Assistant Coach TEXAS 2-BAYLOR 3 TEXAS 9-BAYLOR 9 The Bears gave the Longhorns a setback in their efforts to win undisputed posses- sion of the Southwest Conference championship by defeating them 3-2 in Waco May 17, in the first game of a double header. Bobby Callaway was the losing pitcher, go- ing all nine innings and giving up three runs on eight hits. Phil Hipps got the only homer in the game. The ' Horns led 2-1 going into the last of the ninth. Darkness helped to decide the Championship as the second game between the Long- horns and the Bears had to be called after the tenth inning with the score tied 9-9. This game does not count in the official standings and Texas was awarded the cham- pionship with one game over Baylor. Southwest Conference rules do not permit games to be played after either school starts ftnals and Baylor started finals the next day. Chuck Knutson slammed his tenth homer of the season to tie the game at 9-9 in the sixth inning. Texas had earned the right to meet Arizona in the NCAA District 6 play-off. DISTRICT 6 PLAYOFF TEXAS 8-ARIZONA 2 Texas took the first game of the NCAA District 6 play-off, at Clark Field June 5, defeating Arizona 8-2, with pitcher Bobby Callaway hammering out three straight hits two of them doubles to send in two runs. Terry Jackson relieved Callaway in the eighth. The game was played at Clark Field June 5. TEXAS 5-ARIZONA 4 The Longhorns were " on their way " to Omaha and the national tournament the following day when they again defeated Arizona. Phil Hipp accounted for all of the Texas ' runs with his two homers that brought about the 5-4 victory. Tom Belcher was the winning pitcher. NCAA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT TEXAS 6-SOUTHERN CAL 8 The Longhorns bowed to Southern California in their first game of the 1961 College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, on June 10, 8-6. Southern Cal built up an 8-3 lead and then held off surges in the eighth and ninth innings by the ' Horns. Bobby Callaway was the losing pitcher. TEXAS 2-WESTERN MICHIGAN 8 Texas was eliminated from the tournament the following day by Western Michi- gan, 8-2. The only bright spot in the game was a 355-foot home run shot over the left field wall in -the third by Longhorn catcher Garry London. Tom Belcher, the los- ing pitcher, suffered his first defeat of the season after six wins. NEV Catcher, Junior SAMUEL I. ROSSON Outfield, Senior DAVID T. SKINNER Third Sate, Junior Pag. 336 1961 FRESHMAN BASEBALL The Texas Yearlings, under the leadership of Roy Enderlin, pitcher on the 1960 Longhorn team, won eight games and lost four during the 1961 season. Just as in the past years the most troublesome teams proved to be the Baylor Cubs and the A M Fish. The Yearlings lost both games to the Cubs and split with the Fish. SCORES Yearlings 8 Austin High 1 Yearlings 1 McCallum High Yearlings 2 Baylor Cubs 4 Yearlings 11 McCallum High Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings Yearlings 12 Austin High 1 15 WhartonJ.C. 6 3 Rice Owlets 2 7 Rice Owlets 5 Baylor Cubs 3 1 A M Fish 5 5 A M Fish 3 Tarleton 7 ROY ENDERLIN, Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS Francis Folsom Bell Charles Oscar Hartenstein Billy Douglas Howell Joseph Sharber Howell, III Edward Kasper Robert Eugene Matlock, Jr. Roger Dale West George Richard Murray Robert Wills Myer, Jr. David Carroll Nunnenkamp Donnie Pounds Tommy Virgil Wade George Martin Waggoner MANAGERIAL AWARD, Ralph Werner Knebel Front Row: Charley Hartenstein, Robert Matlock, Folsom Bell, Donald W. Haley, Donnie Pounds, David L. Burotti, Gary E. Tedford, Billy Howell, Bob Myer, Jerry Corwin Braswell. Second Row: Coach Roy Enderlin, George Murray, Tommy Wade, Ed Kasper, Dale West, George Waggoner, Joe Howell, Lewis L. Hertsley, David Nunnenkamp, Robert M. Craig, Ralph Knebel. Page 337 CROSS COUNTRY T. J. LOVVORN, Head Coach LETTERAAEN Drew Woolford Dunlap John Phillip Eschle Humberto Adame Paul David Levering Burrell Dwain Atkins George Roger Gray Loy Melton Gunter Ronnie K. Morrow RESERVE LETTERMEN FRESHMAN AWARDS Thomas Neal Welsh GOLF HARVEY PENICK, Head Coach LETTERMEN Robert Leon Masson Stephen Douglas Strickland Daniel Adrian Taylor Robert Daniel Spellings Larry Gene Rhodes James Denny Roberts Charles Henry Rodgers Thomas Kyle Smith Charles Ernest Bridwell Richard Stuart Chancellor Terry Doyt Dill Robert Harrell Hankins RESERVE LETTERMAN James Hulvey Bratten FRESHMAN AWARDS Gib Len Kizer Hubert Ray Kizer William Hugh Munn James Carlyle Thompson, Jr. VARSITY SWIMMING HENRY WILSON CHAPMAN, Head Coach LETTERMEN Martin Earl Beaty Gordon Beavers George Douglas Duwe Jeffrey Merwin Heller John Henry Heller Jerry Allan Katz Jerry Michael Desmond Robert Austin Hatcher RESERVE LETTERMEN Theodore Charles Lucas Sherwood Melvin Reaves George William Smith Robert Anderson Taylor, Jr. James T. Willerson Richard Dane Worthington Bert Gentry Lee Nathaniel Harris McClamroch Robert Vernon Osgood MANAGERIAL AWARD Delmas Louis Smith, Junior FRESHMAN AWARDS Arnold Kent Altsuler Edward Ralph Barren William Shelton Blair Steve Gardner Carlson Carroll Forrest Henderson Ken Hayes Henson, Jr. Edward Wilson Locheed Kenneth Hugh Price John Bond Schoch Jay Dickey Smith TENNIS WILMER LAWSON ALLISON, Head Coach LETTERMEN Robert Stanley Ament John Bruce Heath John Robert Kamrath William Darrell Willerson Charles Frederick Bayless RESERVE LETTERMEN FRESHMAN AWARDS Charles Arthur Lutz MANAGERIAL AWARD Al M. Meadows Harold St. Clair Sparks Neil Gilbert Unterseher John McGill White Robert Darrel Yoder Jerry Lynn Walters l 9 338 1 960 CROSS COUNTRY T. J. FROGGIE IOWORN, Head Coach Ltr fo Right; John Phillip Eichle, Number lo Adome, Paul David Levering, Robert Leon Mouon, Daniel Adrian Taylor, Stephen Douglas Strickland, Robert Daniel Spellings. SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS The Longhorns of Coach Froggie Lovvorn were first only once, but it was that all important once that made them Southwest Conference Champions. After previously bowing to Texas A M two meets in a row, the Texas cross country runners rallied to defeat their traditional rivals in Austin by a score of 39-50 for the Southwest Conference trophy. Arkansas tied with the Aggies for second place while Texas Tech was third with 78 points. Jack Nelson of Arkansas and John Eschle of Texas were repeaters from the 1959 meet, moving from second to first and fourth to third respectively, from last year ' s individual standings. Texas opened the season on October 8, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with a second place to Oklahoma State and ahead of Kansas State and Wichita. On October 14, the ' Horns suffered the first of their defeats to the Aggies, 26-31, in College Station. The following week at the 6th Annual University of Texas Invitational Cross Country Meet, the ' Horns finished fourth behind A M ' s third place with the University of Houston taking first place and Howard Payne taking second. On November 5, the Texas distance men finished second in the AAU Meet in Houston. The University of Houston Track Club, fielding two strong teams, took first and third places. Following their championship win on November 14, the Longhorns went to the NCAA meet in East Lansing, Michigan, where they finished twelfth in the United States. Ufr la rjM. jom D nny lobm. Lorry Gr hod.i 6urr.ll Dwoin Alkini. Thomoi Ntol W.lih, Thomoi Kylt Smith. loy M.lion Gunlw, onfi. K. Morrow. Emm J. Alrg.ll, III. Poinci Edward Cron. Chorln Hnry ( Goo, Roger Cray. fog. 340 1961 GOLF The University of Texas linkmen ended Southwest Conference play in sixth place with Terry Dill taking the second position in individual ranking. After losing its opener to Rice 3 ' 2 to 21 2, the Longhorn golfers tied Baylor 3-3. In a spectacular victory of 6-0 over TCU in Austin, Terry Dill whipped Horned Frog, Jack Montgomery, 3 and 1, as Stuart Chancellor, Charles Birdwell, and Bob Hankins grabbed wins from their TCU opponents. Texas Tech took advantage of the home course to defeat the UT team 4! 2 to 1 ! 2, with Dill breaking through for a victory over Tech ace, Chris Blocker. Meeting next with SMU in Austin, Texas could do no better than a 3-3 tie. At this point, the Longhorns were in fourth place with a 16-14 mark. Arkansas then took Texas for a 416 to 1 Vi loss as the putters went dead for three of four Longhorns. Terry Dill was the only ' Horn golfer to display consistent putting throughout the match, as he defeated his opponent 3-2. The Texas Aggies, defending Southwest Conference champions, downed Texas 5 ' 2 to ' a to moved closer to the 1961 title, which they again cap- tured. In final Conference play at Houston, Terry Dill finished only four strokes behind Tech ' s Blocker to place second with a 69-74-77-73-293 standing. HARVEY PENICK Coach Front Row: Joe J. Fisher, James Hulvey Bratton, Richard Stuart Chancellor. Bad: Row: Robert Harrell Hawkins, Charles Ernest Bridwell Terry Do I Dill. Page 341 1961 SWIMMING SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET COLLEGE STATION-MARCH 9-11 For the fifth straight year Southern Methodist Uni- versity won the SWC title. Texas held on down to the last event when SMU cinched the trophy by winning the 400-yard medley relay by one yard over the Texas team. The Longhorns took four individual first places as Heller won the 200-yard butterfly, Worthington tied for first in the 220-yard breaststroke, Lucas set a new record of 2:09.1 in the 200-yard backstroke and Duwe won the 220-yard freestyle with a new record of 2:06.7. The Texas 400-yard freestyle relay team of Heller, Jim Wilkerson, Bobby Hatcher, and George Smith also came in first in a good time of 3:46.6. January 31 . . February 1 . . February 3 . . February 13. February 22. March 4. ... March 9-11. March 23-25 front Row: Gordon Beaverj, Martin Earl Beoty Second Row: Bert Gentry Lee, George Douglas Duwe, Robert Vernon Osgood. Jerry Allan Kotz, Robert Austin Hatcher. Third Row: Jeffrey Merwin Heller, Theodore Charles Lucas, James T. Willerson, Sherwood Melvin Reaves, Robert Anderson Taylor, Jr., Coach Chapman. Fourth Row: Richard Dane Worthington, Jerry Michael Desmond, George William Smith, Nathaniel Harris McClamroch. . Texas Tech at Lubbock , Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs . University of Denver at Denver . University of Oklahoma at Norman . Texas A M College at Austin . Southern Methodist at Austin . Southwest Conference Meet at College Station . NCAA Meet at Seattle, Washington MARTIN EARL BEATY GORDON BEAVERS GEORGE DOUGLAS DUWE JEFFREY MERWIN HELLER JOHN HENRY HELLER JERRY ALLAN KATZ THEODORE CHARLES LUCAS SHERWOOD MELVIN REAVES In the opening meet at Texas Tech on January 31, the Texas swimming team took 10 out of 1 1 first places to defeat Texas Tech 70-25. Texas ' Doug Duwe was high point man with 9% points. Texas ' 400-yard freestyle relay team set a new pool record of 3:38.0. At the Air Force Academy, the Longhorns were led by record setting Jerry Katz. Again the victors, Texas defeated the Air Force by a score of 57-38. Katz set a new record of 23 seconds flat in the 50-yard freestyle and one of 52.3 seconds in the 100-yard freestyle. At the third dual meet at Oklahoma University, the fine showing made by Texas individuals was not enough to overcome Oklahoma ' s fine relay team, as OU won the meet by a score of 57-38. Outstanding winners for Texas were George Beavers, who took the 3-meter diving with 210.4 points; Jeff Heller, winner of the 440-yard freestyle; and George Smith in the 50-yard freestyle. In a dual meet with Texas A M at Austin, Texas got back into the winners ' circle and set 3 new records in the process. Doug Duwe swam the 100-yard free- style in 50.5 for a new record in that event; Charlie Lucas won the 220-yard back- stroke in a record 2:08.1; and Richard Worthington set a new mark in the 200-yard breaststroke in 2:28.6. The team totals were 55 ' 2 for Texas and 39Vi for the Aggies. On February 26, the Southwestern AAU Meet was held in Dallas. Texas failed to pick up a first place as the Mustangs of SMU took almost every event to become regional AAU champions. The best the Longhorns could show was Beavers ' second place in the 3-meter diving. Earl Beaty was third in both the one-meter and 3-meter diving events, while Duwe was third in the 220-yard freestyle. At Austin in a dual meet with SMU, Texas set three new records and tied an- other but SMU still managed to win enough events to take the meet by a score of 49-46. Duwe tied the record of 22.7 in the 50-yard freestyle and set a new one in the 100-yard freestyle of 49.1. The Longhorns ' other records came when Worth- ington won the 200-yard breaststroke in 2:27.3, and the 400-yard medley relay team was first in 3:51.0. COACH HANK CHAPMAN RICHARD DANE WORTHINGTON ROBERT ANDERSON TAYLOR, JR. JAMES T. WILLERSON GEORGE WILLIAM SMI.TH 1961 TENNIS SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS The Texas Longhorn netmen compiled an outstanding 33-3 record to take the Southwest Conference title away from favored Rice and defending cham- pion SAAU. Mac White and Neil Unterseher led Coach Wilmer Allison ' s slam- ming ' Horns to their first title since Texas ' monopoly of titles prior to 1958. TEXAS 5-RICE 1 The Longhorns dropped the slightly favored Owls at Houston 5-1 in their Southwest Conference debut Saturday, April 15. Taking three of four singles matches and both doubles, the ' Horns showed improvement over their earlier 5-3 non-Conference record. Mac White defeated the Conference singles cham- pion, Ronnie Fisher, 6-3, 6-3, as Neil Unterseher and John Heath won their singles matches. Jack Kamrath dropped a close decision, but White-Unterseher, Kamrath-Heath took their doubles combinations. TEXAS 6-TEXAS A M At Penick Courts, Monday, April 17, the ' Horns smashed the Aggies 6-0 losing only one set all afternoon. Neil Unterseher defeated the number one singles man for A M, Richard Halter, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4. Mac White swamped the number two man, Jerry Foster, 6-2, 6-1. Jack Kamrath swatted out a 6-4, 6-2 win, and senior Stanley Ament breezed to a 6-1, 6-2 triumph. Kamrath and John Heath won 6-2, 6-3, and White and Ament, with 6-1, 6-3, rounded out the clean sweep by the ' Horns. TEXAS 6-TEXAS TECH Texas blasted the Red Raiders 6-0 at Penick Courts Saturday, April 22, for the second straight sweep with only a one set loss all afternoon. This victory gave the ' Horns a 17-1 Conference record and a lead they never relinquished in their race for the SWC crown. Mac White, the classy junior from Corpus Christ!, took over top position for Coach Allison and flashed by Tech ' s Daryl Allison 6-4, 6-2. Neil Unterseher had no trouble taking 6-3, 6-1 sets, and Jack Kamrath and John Heath each took close matches, 6-3, 10-8 and 6-1, 7-5, respectively. White-Unterseher won 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 and Kamrath-Heath won 9-7, 6-4 to sweep the match. TEXAS 5-SMU 1 Texas whipped SMU Friday, April 29, with a 5-1 victory over the defending SWC champions. Neil Unterseher suffered the only UT setback as he lost to Tom Harwerth 7-5 and 6-4. Mac White defeated SMU ' s top man, Billy Wolf, 4-6, 8-6, 6-4. Jack Kamrath triumphed 6-1, 6-4, and John Heath won 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. In the doubles matches the Longhorn White-Unterseher combina- tion gained a hard fought 3-6, 9-7, 6-4 victory as Kamrath-Heath won handily 6-1, 6-2. WILMER LAWSON ALLISON, Coach Front ftowt Untflhf. Denial A. Pwiicfc ICooeh Enwitui). Moodowi. loci low: HM . Sporki. Allifon. Konuoth. Whin fog. 344 ROBERT STANLEY AMENT JOHN BRUCE HEATH JOHN ROBERT KAMRATH TEXAS 5-TCU 1 Texas crept closer to the team championship of the Southwest Conference as the ' Horns upped their Conference record of 27-3 with a 5-1 decision over TCU. Neil Unterseher topped Paul Lozuk 6-2, 6-2; Mac White stopped Earl Van Zandt 6-2, 6-4; and Jack Kamrath and John Heath both took 6-0, 6-3 wins. Van Zandt-Christian doubles team gained the Horned Frogs only victory as they defeated Kamrath-Heath 6-2, 8-6. White-Ament took the final doubles match for UT 6-3, 6-1. TEXAS 6-BAYLOR The tower beamed in all its orange glory after the Longhorns swept to their first SWC tennis championship in three years with a 6-0 triumph over Baylor, Thursday, May 4. Mac White, number one netman for Coach Wilmer Allison, eased by Baylor ' s Jim Robinson 6-1, 6-3, and number two man, Neil Unterseher, took 6-3, 6-1 sets over Don Mordecai. Jack Kamrath powered to 6-2, 6-2 victories and John Heath fought for 10-8, 6-2 wins. White- Unterseher combined to win 6-2, 6-3 and Heath and Stanley Ament came through with a 6-4, 4-6, 9-7 victory to climax a very successful season. HAROLD ST. CLAIR SPARKS JOHN McGILL WHITE NEIL GILBERT UNTERSEHER S Arthur Wesley Adams Don Ray Allen Jim Choyce Allison Alberto Almanza Ralph Williamson Altpaugh Robert Stanley Ament Henry George Anderson Jay Hoyland Arnette Herschell Lee Atkinson Charles H. Bankhead James Earle Barden Ray Allen Barton Donald Wyatt Beard Earl Beaty Gordon Beavers Fred Bednarski, Jr. Thomas Franklin Belcher Baylus Earl Bennett William Lamar Bethea Grant Leroy Bigelow George C. Blanch Andre Bouchard Alfred Bernard Brady, Jr. Clair M. Branch James Hulvey Britten Lewis Edward Brazelton Charles Ernest Bridwell James Allan Brown Jimmie Darrell Brown Robert E. Bryant David W. Burleson Robert Eugene Callaway, Jr. La Rue Scon Catlett Richard Stuart Chancellor Wayne Newell Clark Edward Allison Clarkson, Jr. Jack Altman Collins Jerry Carlton Cook John Allen Cook Larry George Cooper Johnny Walter Gotten Michal Barry Cotten John Patrick Culpepper Talmage Ray Cunningham Charles Randolph Curson Jerry D. Davis Terry Doyf Dill Homer Maurice Doke Don Michael Dowdle Jack Raymond Dugan Drew Woolford Dunlap George Douglas Duwe Ernest A. Embry Roy Reinhard Enderlin John Phillip Eschle James Earl Fults Hollis H. Gainey James Ray Gayle, III Samuel Charles Giesey James Wayne Gilbert Gordon L. Ginn John Allen Genung Joe Bob Golden Roy Sims Goodman Carroll Deene Gott Jerry Von Graham Robert Earl Gurwitz Kleo Glen Halm Robert Harrell Hankins Robert Joseph Harwerrh John Bruce Heath John Henry Heller Jeffery Merwin Heller Stephen Walter Hildebrand William Holland Hinkle William Lynn Hinkle Phillip Lynd Hipps Jerrell Aaron Holder James Thomas Houston Brenton L. Hughes Don Dale Isett Howard Lee Jackson James Terry Jackson Herbert Ray Jones Johnny Richard Jones John Robert Kamrath Karl Fred Kamrath, Jr. Jerry Allan Katz Terry Dean King James Donald Kniker Chuck A. Knutson Rodney Curtis Koenig David Charles Kristynik Marvin Thomas Kubin Thomas Weir Labatt Donnie Gene Lasiter William Ross Laughlin Robert Allen ledbetter ( " ' ft Top ow Mn. J. M., Adam. Alliion. Altnonio. Altpavgh., Andtnon. Alk.nion. Barton. Second How: Btlchr. Brady, Btotl.n. Bridw.ll, J. D. Irawn. Ownc.llor. Cork, J. C. Cook Third low, J. A. Cook. j. Cotton, M. Coll n, Culpppt, Cvrm.ngltaiii, Dill. Dugon. Ovw. Eictil. Fourth tow: Fultt, Gilbert, Gott, H.ppi, Houiton, litt, I Joclnon. J Jonn. fog. J4o ASSOCIATION Monte Vern Lee Gary Erroll London Theodore Charles Lucas Tommy Ray Lucas Greg Newton Martin James Scott Mann Robert Leon Masson Bobby Ray Matocha Edwin Vince Matthews, Jr. Morgan Jester Maxfield Waymon Wayne McDonald Walter H. McNew Alonzo Perry McWilliams William Reed Mimms James Robert Moffett Eldon Leroy Moritz Drew H. Morris Robert Keen Moses Jerry Allen Muennink Joe Frank Musgrove John L. Myers, Jr. Walter Lewis New, Jr. Robert Patrick Nunis Tillman David O ' Brien Robert Gail Oliver, Jr. Henry Edward Padgett, Jr. John Boyd Padgett Alexander Palmros, II Robert Bruce Parker, Jr. Arlis B. Parkhurst H. Stuart Peake John C. Pel Dan S. Petty Emmett Dale Pharis Daniel M. Phillips John McPherson Pinckhey Raymond Coy Poage, Jr. James Winston Porter Robert Wayne Porter Roane Harwood Puett Stuart N. Pullen Rene Javiar Ramirez Sherwood Melvin Reaves H. Dan Reed Edward E. Reese James H. Richardson Lloyd Lester Rigby Elmer Frederick Rod Jimmy Ralph Rose Samuel Ira Rosson, Jr. David Dee Russell James Everett Saxton, Jr. Charles Davis Scarborough Richard C. Schulte John Raymond Seals Vernon Lee Shelton James E. Shillingburg Barton A. Shirley Jack David Sides, Jr. Taylor C. Skeete, Jr. David Taylor Skinner Elvin Mitchell Smith, Jr. George William Smith Jim Russell Smith Juan Jay Smith Thomas Theodore Smith Thomas Marion Snow Silas Edward Southern, Jr. Harold St. Clair Sparks Kent Francis Spitzmiller William F. Stolhandske Stephen Douglas Strickland Robert B. Sudderth Dunklin A. Sullivan Don Larry Talbert Robert Anderson Taylor, Jr. Terence Colquitt Todd John C. Treadwell John Turner Neil Gilbert Unterseher Bobby Verplank Justin Marshall Wakeland Richard Walden James C. Wallace James Robert Watson Arved E. White John McGill White James Thornton Willerson Donald Ray Wilson Rex Gerald Wilson Coyle Allen Winborn Tracy Triece Word, III Richard Dane Worthington Robert Paul Wyatt Robert Darrel Yoder Tommy E. York Paul Anthony Zavorskas Warren Eugene Zimmerman E5 n n n o f w Top How: Kotz, Kniker, Kris ynik, Kubin, Lasiter, Laughlin, Ledbetter, T. Lucas, McWilllarm. Second Row. Mimms, Moffett, Moritz, Myers, Oliver, H. Padgett, ft. Porter, Reed, Saxton. Third How: Shelton, Skeete, Skinner, J. R. Smith, Strickland, Sullivan, Talbert, Taylor, Todd. Fourth Row: Treadwell, Uterseher, A. White, J. White, Willerson, R. Wilson, Yoder, York. Page 347 WOMEN ' S INTRAMURALS STAFF Director Associate Director Assistant Director Secretary . O ' GARA . . . CAROLYN HEWATT .MARTHA Moss YATES .ELAINE BRUCE GATES FACULTY COMMITTEE Henry A. Bowman Carolyn Hewatt Helen Jane Farabee Albert Albin Rooker Helen Margaret Flinn Joan Farquhar Warburton Shiela M. O ' Gara INTRAMURAL MANAGERS Front Row.- Vivien Athens, Barbara Gurecky, Pal Jackson, Judy Willenburg, Diane Clark. Bock How. Rhenoe Shaffer, Pat McClure, Mopty Smither, Betjy Benin, Kay Morrow. TRAVELING TROPHY AWARDS BEST MANAGER AWARD O " fo . .( 7IW Ploct. GAMMA PHI BET . Volant Stoll f.,,1 Hoc NEWMAN CLUl tot- ! ' ' ' ' ' B 1 ' ' " ' Manogw. Spo ' Umonih.p bora Gur.ekj: Sxand P oc. DELTA GAMMA. B.t,, lon.n Pal JactMn. Monogti Pot 348 PHA DELTA PI. TOUCH FOOTBALL FENCING ORANGE BRACKET WINNERS NEWMAN CLUB Front Row: Sue Williams, Evo Johnson, Becky Matthews, Joan Brophy, Carole Watkins. BacJc Row.- Flo Morris, Mary Hughe), Rosalinda Montreal, Bar- bara Gurecky, Patty Stampley, Pot Skutca. WHITE BRACKET WINNERS DELTA GAMMA Front Row: Maedene Madedgen, Ann Echols, Carolyn Ben Ion, Mary Bloke, Sue Smith, Nancy Farqhuar. Back Row: Penelope Burleson, Diane Dusek, Betsy Benin, Skipper Jones, Betty Zazuorka, Mary Merritt, Gee Gee Kamrath, Sally Phillips. VOLLEYBALL Left to Right: SECOND PLACE, Sue Graham; CO-OP; THIR PLACE, Carolyn Bentori; FIRST PLACE, Rosalinda Monrrea NEWMAN CLUB; THIRD PLACE, Sally Seiders, INDEPENC ENT. DECK TENNIS DOUBLES ORANGE BRACKET WINNERS- SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY Front Row-. Sharon Harwell, Jeannie Orr, Judy Bowen. Back Row: Jo Harris, Jo Beth McElrath, Barbara Bowen, Robbie Fisher, Jennie Skull. WHITE BRACKET WINNERS DELTA GAMMA Front Row. Nancy Farqhuar, Sandra Barnett, Lynne Williams, Paula Norman. Bocfc Row. Suzanne Knapp, Gee Gee Kamrath, Carol Belknap, Martha Hansen. Left to Right: WINNERS, Eva Johnson, Rosalinda Monrrea NEWMAN CLUB; RUNNERS-UP, Joyce Turner, Donna Towr send, ALPHA CHI OMEGA. BOWLING SHUFFLEBOARD SINGLES ORANGE BRACKET WINNERS NEWMAN CLUB Front Row: Mary Hughes, Sue Williams, Lee Glanges Bock Row.- Barbara Gurecky, Jan Haby. WHITE BRACKET WINNERS ALPHA CHI OMEGA Front Row: Karen Hughes, Eleanor Christian. Back Row.- Carolyn Shelton, Vivian Athens, June McKenzie, Ann Stephens. Page 349 RUNNER-UP, Cheri Hurst, KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; WINNE Ann Jenkins, ALPHA DELTA PI. BASKETBALL ORANGE BRACKET WINNERS CO-OP Front tow Julio Loboy, Vernogene Hbbe, Neilo Skinntr, Mary Evelyn Smith. Bock Row Bfty Wilson, Ahc Kator. Sandy Sotterwhite, France Giddeni, JoAnn Ponkratz. WHITE BRACKET WINNERS GAMMA PHI BETA Front tow: Cynthia Shoptaw, Sharon Hewitt, Volorit Scott. Back ow : Gay Guenxel, Sutan Oil lard. Betty McCorm ck, Jan Updwrdi. TENNIS DOUBLES TENNIS SINGLES POSTURE from o BUNNEBS-UP, Ctt G Komrarh. Rimell. DELTA GAMMA Back low: WINNERS. Margartl Brady. Soion Dillard, GAMMA PHI BETA. l fl la .gM WINNER, jane Carroll. INDEPENDENT- RUN- NEB-UP, Judy Jordan. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. l li lo tight: FltST PLACE WINNEBS. Carol Shofftr. Sarah Callaway. Ann Cltland. ALPHA PHI BADMINTON DOUBLES BADMINTON SINGLES ARCHERY ham low WINNEBS. loial.nda Monrrtol. E.O Jonnton. NEWMAN ClUB. Back low BUNNEBS UP, Martha Honitn. Sharon Andirion. DELIA GAMMA WINNEI: total. nda Monrrol. NEWMAN CLUB IUNNEB UP. L nda FlKhi, PHI MU WINNER. Lola Wnghl. LITTIEFIEID DORMITORY Poo. ISO TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES left lo Right: WINNERS, Rosalinda Monrreal, Eva John- son, NEWMAN CLUB. TABLE TENNIS SINGLES Left to Right: WINNER, Eva Johnson, NEW- MAN CLUB; RUNNER-UP, Linda Fletcher, BLANTON DORMITORY. UTSA UTSA PRESIDENT ' S COUNCIL President CAROL COFFMAN Treasurer ALICE ADDINGTON Secrefary JO HARRIS 1960-1961 GEE GEE KAMRATH . CORRIE HORNBURG. Jo HARRIS CAROL COFFMAN . , LEA GLANCES CLUB LEADERS CLUBS 1961-1962 . . . , Canter BRANCH NORTHRUP . . . Orchesis CORRIE HORNBURG .... Poona RONDA CAMPBELL .... Racket TUDI GRIFFIN Strike and Spare LEA GLANCES ALICE ADDINGTON Triggerette ANN VOIGHT . . Turtle . . .PAT McGuiRE Fronf Row: Lea Glanges, Alice Addington. Back Row: Gee Gee Kamrath, Jo Harris, Carol Coffman. Page 351 CANTER CLUB ORCHESIS Front Row lindo Ridgewoy, Susan White, Kay Ltnti. Bock How: Branch Norlhrup, Gee Gee Karma th. Sally Pond, Judy Terry, Martha Goskin, Laura Masterson, Momko von Hepperger POONA Fronf Row.- Linda Rtllahan, Roiolmda Moor real. Rondo Campbell, Jackie Boggett. Bock Row Barbara jo Horns. Miss Hicks, Vernette Wuthnch. Front Row: Alict Bell. Clifton Martin, Jean Warhol, Carroll Senders. Sue Lyon. Mrs Dilmore, Melmdo Smith, Corn Hamburg, Betty Sweet, Cherry Strong, Beth Shocker Second Row. Judy While, Rebecca Kirkpatnck, Susan Joffe, Susan Emmert. India Douglas, Susan Strickland, Jeonnie Amaker, Manonna Wilson. Linda Very. Sandra Masher, Rochelle Applebaum. Back Row Mary Metz, Martha Ann Chandler, Sandra Marshall, Cheri House, Chorlen Beordsley, Pat Wall. Potty Crow, Martha Garrord, Faye Lynn Sisson, Lilos Shelby. RACKET CLUB WW front Row.- Joellyn Rickefti, Mary Jtan Me In tyre, Sara Jo Thompson Second Row.- Mill Rogers, Mary Ann AlbrecM. Katy Kolhker, Gayle Hedge. Helen Robinson, Linda Fletcher, Terry Lynnt Smith, Charlotte Zimmerman. Jane Carroll. Leah Ann Weaver tack How: Tudy Griffin, Carol Coffman. STRIKE AND SPARE TURTLE CLUB Front ffow Karen Fit . Jwlia Hunt. Lta Clongct. Barbara Gwrtcky. Su Williomi Soct ow John H Kru8r, Itlly McCarmick. Dal Crabb. Mm Schmidt, louil Franklin. Armando R Bmlti. Btly Joyc Plrion. None Slrnr Pag 3S2 Fronf Rowi Jane Voight, Charlotte Hooper, Charlene Short, Marianne Cooper, Frances Norm, Second Row Pal Davidson, Margaret Brady, Pal Motel y. Nan Remhold. Sandra Bogy Pol Mortm. Bock Row Martha Fletcher, Monan Kester. Patricia Magwire, Ann Voight. Kay Andrews. Linda Loveless. INTRAMURAL SPORTS FOR MEN 1 STAFF Director Emeritus BERRY McCLURE WHITAKER Director ALBERT ALBIN ROOKER Assistant Director ROBERT N. HIGGINS Sen or Secrefary EMILY S. DUNBAR Secretary PATRICIA LAMB CHRISTIE FACULTY COMMITTEE Carl Victor Bredt Kenneth Charles Rathbun Karl K. Klein Albert Albin Rooker Kay Holm Petersen, Chairman SENIOR MANAGERS, 1960-61 Left to Right: Rodney C. Koenig, T. Weir Labatl, III, Charles D. Scarborough, E. Dale Pharis. JUNIOR MANAGERS, FALL 1960 Left to Right: James Haley, Joe Yardas, Cal Donsky, Bobby L. Dickey, Burke Musgrove, Milton C. Smith, Dan Felsenthal, J. Hoke Peacock, Gordon Rountree. JUNIOR MANAGERS, SPRING 1961 Left to Right: Jerald Y. Prager, O. Preston Copeland, Gary C. Godfrey, Louis E. Spradlin, Dan N. Gardner, Gary L. Wood, Kenneth J. Moore, Roger A. Marien, Richard I. Miller, Richard B. Zey. Page 353 TOUCH FOOTBALL CLASS A CHAMPIONS DELTA KAPPA EPSIION Lift to Right Thomot R Hunt, Jomet F. Berly. Spencer M. Murchison, Chorles William KtlUr, Richard A. Beeler. John R. Kamrath. H. Gravdon Dunlap, GUI A. Koerner. Frank Scarborough. Charles R. Church RUNNERS UP MERCHANTS Ltft to Right: A. Don Travis, tern W. Surghnor, Robert C Buth, Barney Froncescon. Don Coitleberry, Thomoi W. Glaigow, Carl Mottloge. David Cle.elond, Sober! Burchard. CLASS B CHAMPIONS DELTA TAU DELTA Itlt to light: Leo H. Whne, Ben Nel.on, Robert M. May, Jerr, 1. Leodbelter, M.larn S. Johnion, Edward D. Mahon, Wayne Clemenli, jot M. Ratclill, Sam Sporti. John Deals. Robert G. Watts. RUNNERS-UP PEM CLUB left to Right.- Robert S. Hueston, Williom L. Betheo. Robert S. Davis. George E. Auld, William F. Snowden. Joseph M. Mam. Justin Wakeland. Billy E. Kennedy. Jimmy H Gray, Donald G. Carlson. SWIMMING CHAMPIONS PHI GAMMA DELTA to tight: John Henry Heller. Marvin Watson. Thomas W. Oliver, Jeron Hoolen, James Wmn. Waller Forlney RUNNERS-UP SIGMA ALPHA EPSIION left to Right. John Henry L llle. John J. Potion. Gene A. Matthews. Tim L. Brown. Duncan Page 354 VOLLEYBALL CLASS A CHAMPIONS IRANIAN STUDENTS Left to Right: Hossein Kozemi, Ashot Merijon, Faegh Chaveleh, Rassoul Ghadimi, Mansour Nikkhah-B., Hamid Rezai, Abbas Asgharion. RUNNERS.UP SIGMA PHI EPSILON L ll to Highl: Terry M. Wilson, Thomas W. Bailey, Wayne E. Lott, Hensel Murchison, Albert G. Franklin, Kenneth C. Fletcher. CLASS B CHAMPIONS SIGMA PHI EPSILON Left to Right: David A. Legett, John S. Hollyfield, Randall G. Delaney, James R. Wiede- man, Louis Henry Kohlleffel, George R. Fulton. RUNNERS-UP OAK GROVE Left to Right: Jack R. London, Auburn L. Higgins, William B. Henderson, Jerry C. Price, Dan W. Norwood, Marvin W. Ellis, E. Darrell Lewis, Charles W. Craven, James E. Rupp, T. Mike Patton, Fred N. Pfeiffer. WATER BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS PHI DELTA THETA Left fo Right: William Richard Cashion, George L. Clark, Tom E. Turner, Charles W. Pace, T. Weir Labatt, Alfred E. White, Thomas L. Adleta, Ronald H. Jacobe. Page 355 RUNNERS-UP AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. Left to Right: Jack W. Shelton, James W. Kellogg, William F. Miller, Dennis R. Schmidt, Roy V. Comeaux, Richard P. Breese, Joel J. Sandberg, Jerome M. McChristian, William G. Fox, Robert L. Veltmon, Charles M. White, Allen E. Turner. BASKETBALL CLASS A CHAMPIONS MERCHANTS led 10 tight: W. Kenneth Motthews, Michoel Jomes. Erneit Wehmon, Stephen While, Dovid Topp, Lewis Fox. Robert C. Bush. CLASS B RUNNERS-UP KAPPA SIGMA left lo tight. Harold Feldt. William Carroll Kelly, lorry D. Sikes. J. M. Kyle. Will G Knox, Gary E. London. b CHAMPIONS DELTA TAU DELTA RUNNERS-UP PEM CLUB left lo light: R. Wayne Will, David Nunnolly, Milom Johnson, Arthur Adams, Sam [e l to light. Robert S. Hueslon, Wallace Freylog Justin Wakeland Joseph Main Jimmy Sporli, Gary Craig, Charles Giesey. H. Gray, Eddie G. Woolley. CLASS A CHAMPIONS MEDCHANTS Ltlt lo tight: Gary Duboie, Arthur Scharladi, Robert C. tilth, Jimmie D. Brown, A. Smillie Nelson. CLASS A RUNNERS-UP PRATHER HALL left lo light Gerald A. Semrod. Robert E Young, I Curry Harston CLASS B CHAMPIONS tAMSHOIN CO-OP Front tow. John E Moitre. Paul Derrick fioct tow. Phillip R Amos. Jean D. Thompson. A Wayne Smith Page 356 CLASS ( IUNNF.RS UP ALPHA EPStlON PI Front low Edward M Stegel. Stuart B lobbms oc tow: Jerry I Smith. Albert D. Kralcheck. Michael J. London SOFTBALL CLASS A CHAMPIONS BETA THETA PI Front Row: Brian J. O ' Connor, Ralph H. Louder, Ronald W. Blake, John C. Hurst, David E. Foster, Sidney S. Jarnagin. Back Row: C. W. Sneed, Andrew G. Anderson, Thomas E. Cook, William G. Hanover, Ross W. Vick, Jr. RUNNERS-UP PEM CLUB Left to Right-. Armando Chapa, Byron N. McClenney, Ned Cole, Allison S. Duval, Eugene H. Kotrla, Billy F. Snowden, Jerry R. Hollon. CLASS B m CHAMPIONS PHI GAMMA DELTA Front Row. John A. Genung, Thomas W. Oliver, Penny L. Baker, Thomas H. Stewart, John J. Redfern, Eugene J. Dozier. BocJc Row: Jackson T. Fulghum, M. Leland Allred, Roy E. Miller, Walter S. Fortney, J. Curne Bechtol, Lee C. Roan. RUNNERS-UP ARMY R.O.T.C. Front Row: Nick C. Kohn, James H. McCuistion, William P. Brandon, Henry Ed Padgett, John A. Cook, J. Dennis Roberts. Back Row-. Jerry M. Hixson, J r, L. Talbert, Kenneth M. Calvert, Dennis Zacour, Clifford L. Thomson, Thomas E. Sandlin. TRACK Front Row.- Jerry P. Thompson. Sock Row; Leo C. Walter S. Fortney CHAMPIONS PHI GAMMA DELTA Dehlinger, Tom H. Stewart, John A. Genung, Charles Simons, Jack S. RUNNERS-UP KAPPA ALPHA PSI Fronf Row.- Cleo Jenkins, Freeman L. Andrews, Lonnie Fogle, Lewis O. Wgods. Back Row.- William L. Spearman, Fred L. Jefferson, Percy Singleton, Jr., Charles M. Hill, Roan, James H. McCuistion, M. Leland Allred, Joe P. DeLorenzo, page 357 Fred L. Alexander. HANDBALL SINGLES DOUBLES lilt lo light: CLASS B. CHAMPION. Chorlei W. Keller. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON- RUNNER-UP. Chorlei C Rutherford. OAK GROVE. CLASS A. RUNNER-UP, W. J Moort, OAK GROVE, CHAMPION. E. Oormott Wheeler, DELTA KAPPA EPSILON. Iflt lo Right CLASS A. RUNNERS UP, J Robtrl To, lor, Dor- mon Wheeler. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON; CHAMPIONS, Ken- neth Penenoire. Wayne McDonald, PEM CLUB. Ltlt lo tight, CLASS B. CHAMPIONS. Ctiorl.. D. Scarborough Micho.l E.leu. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON: RUNNERS-UP. Jam.. E. Rupp. Jo S. Yotdoi. OAK GROVE TENNIS DOUBLES SINGLES iff left lo Right CLASS A. RUNNERS-UP. William D. Jordan, Thomai E. Cook, BETA THETA PI. CHAMPIONS, Fred E. Martin, Milton E Birck. MERCHANT HOUSE [ell lo Right: CLASS B. CHAMPIONS, Will, am A. Paddock, William I. Wyotl, PHI GAMMA DELTA; RUNNERS-UP. Robert A. Parma, Bates L. Holler. NEWMAN CLUB. left to Right CLASS A, CHAMPIONS, George Payne, KAPPA ALPHA; (not pictured! RUNNER-UP. C. B. Stephenion, MERCHANT HOUSE; CLASS B, CHAMPIONS. Bill G Wiljon. KAPPA ALPHA; RUNNER-UP, lwii W. Brown. DORMI TORY A. TABLE TENNIS SINGLES DOUBLES GOLF SINGLES DOUBLES led lo .aM RUNNER-UP, Dennn E Gret horn, INDEPENDENT; CHAMPION, liooc Eikenan. DORMITORY ALCD. Ltlt to Right CHAMPIONS, Richard P. Keoton. Thomoi D. Wilton. DELTA TAU DELTA; RUNNEIS-UP. Richard K. Knapp. Will, am W. Lovelace, ROBERTS HAIL. Ltlt to Kighl CHAMPION, Jomei C. Thornp- ion. CAMPUS GUILD; RUNNER UP. Jomei M Wheeler. RAT DIGGERS. IWl lo lighl RUNNERS UP. David R. Sriib- bUlield. Frank B. Nonce. SIGMA PHI EPSILON CHAMPIONS Tommy G. De will. Jame. S. Ramtey. SIGMA CHI. Page 358 ROW WOW PARTICIPATION TROPHIES Left to Right: E. Steve Oden, PHI DELTA THETA; E. Ferrell Whitus, BLOCKER HOUSE; Daniel E. Kubiak, DORMS FGH. EVINS SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY WHITAKER LEADERSHIP TROPHY BEST ALL-AROUND ATHLETES COWBOY SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY EVINs TROPHY, Herbert D. Weitrman, AlPh EK- SILON PI WHITAKER TROPHY, G. Burke Musgrove, ARMY ROTC. Lett to Right: Harris J. Sterling, SIGMA ALPHA MU; Robert C. Busn, MERCHANT HOUSE; J. Michael Beidel, NAVY; Hammond H. Heath, PRATHER. Kenneth C. Fletcher, SIGMA PHI EPSILON. ORGANIZATION ALL-YEAR TROPHY WINNERS Front Row: CHAMPIONS: Tommy R. Hurst, DELTA KAPPA EPSILON; Marshall L. Anderson, MERCHANTS; R. Glenn Looney, NAVY; Graham Galloway, PRATHER. Sock Row: RUNNERS-DP: Leo C. Roan, PHI GAMMA DELTA; E. Ferrell Whitus, BLOCKER HOUSE; G. Burke Musgrove, ARMY; Gerald C. Green, ROBERTS. Page 359 UTSAM OFFICERS President RICHARD V. AAcGEHEE First Vice-President TERENCE C. TODD Second Vice-President Louis ENGLANDER Executive Secretary JOHN L. MYERS, JR. Faculty Director A. A. SONNY ROOKER SOFTBALL Sponsor, Byron Toy ley Sfudenf Directors, Jomei H. McGiM, Ross Vide Front flow Wo! lace Frtylog, Emmett E Moort. Alvii Vandygnff, Ron W. Vick, if . Sidney S. jarnagm. Sock Row.- Robert N. Higgins, James H. McGiM, Alfrtd F. Schwe.zer. Fred L. Bradley. J. Roy Gayle, Andrew G Anderson. BOWLING Sponsor, John Geiger Student Directors, Louii Englander, Jim Portlow Front Row: Jim Brown, Ross Roberfion. Ralph McMahon, Bill Grays. Boci Row Kurt Soli . Leroy Eastburn, John Gigr, Fred Barnej, Clyde Sttphcnt. HANDBALL Sponsor, Pt Tyton Sfudenf Oirvcrori, Delbur Turner, E. Oorman Wheeler Front ffow.- Leslie E. Penning ton, E. Dorman Wheeler, Gory C. Bornhord, Kenneth N. Persenaire. Bock Row.- Pete Tyson, Lawrence Holtzmon, Will torn Lionel Crover, Stewart H. Newlond. Boris Orlin. WEIGHT LIFTING Sponsor, Roy J. McLean Sfudenf Directors, Terry Todd, Tommy Suggs Front Row: Doug Foirlee, Bob Lake, Ben Nowotny. Bock Row. Terry Todd, Bill Petmecky, Avila Carlos, Michael Oehart, Roy McLean. FENCING Sponsor, T. E. Barlow Student Directors, Ralph E. Holmes, Ned Handly Uf fo Rigftf. Edward N. Tinoco, Michael E. Grove. Ned K. Handly. SOCCER Sponsor, John Lymberopoutos Student Directors, Eduardo Kepfer, David Leon Front Row. Frank Maiguascha, Abdullo Ashltar, Jorge Americus, Abdul A. Khodry, Oswaldo Ochoa, Omer M. Yaakub, Adeeb Elyas, Sofad M. Hassan. Bock Row. P. John Lymberopoulos, Gaspor Gonzales, Robin Greene, Mohamad Hassoun. Soliman Hamdan, Alfred George Viney, Bernard Logier, Isaac Eskenozi. w, k, I. UI 4| j. Jicdn, Oiwoldo WMd Hcssoon, rganizarions Texas Memorial Museum . " v. - .- ;; - . -V- Sororities Fraternities Organizations Military SO10MT1ES Page 361 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1885 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1924 Fall OFFICERS Spring BETTY LOUISE ASKEW President ELIZABETH ANN STEPHENS NANCY DEMENT First V ice-President ELIZABETH DIANNE AMES ELIZABETH DIANNE AMES Second Vice-Pres denf FRANCES SUE BROOKS LINDA SUE ROGERS Corresponding Secretary KATHRYN HILL MARY LINDA BAILEY Recording Secretary DEWANNA DALE WRIBORG CAROLYN LOUISE WRIGHT Treasurer JANICE ANN WHITEHEAD MRS. VERA USSERY, Housemofher MEMBERS Susan Elizabeth Adams, Dallas Mary Neil Allbritton, Port Arthur Elizabeth Dianne Ames, Houston Annette Anderson, Austin Betty Louise Askew, Amarillo Vivian Athens, Dallas Mary Linda Bailey, Marfa Dona Lou Barrier, Houston Kathlene Nelson Bennett, Kerrville Genevieve Jean Berry, Amarillo Dian Blomquist, Austin Nancy Ann Booth, Port Arthur Frances Sue Brooks, Brownsville Kim Margaret Casey, Dallas Eleanor Ann Christian, Austin Hazel Jane Clements, Huntsville Peggy Lynn Clements, San Antonio Beverly Cox, Houston Nancy Dement, Austin Dana Adriana deRidder, Houston Catherine Elaine Dorough, Houston Val Jean Dudley, Austin Sharon Lee Eads, Amarillo Sarah Elizabeth Edgar, Austin Mary Dwyce Engstrom, Harlingen Sandra Elizabeth Ewell, Austin Sara Ann Franklin, Baytown Charlynn Franks, San Antonio Bonnie Elaine Fultz, Navasota Elizabeth Louise Gardner, Austin Mary Catherine Geron, Wexahachie Judith Ann Ginn, Amarillo Joyce Lynn Gordy, Beaumont Helen Josephine Haile, Austin Martha Jane Hall, Refugio Helen Kay Helm, Dallas Phyllis Marie Hicks, Austin Lenore Carol Highland, Houston Kathryn Hill, Beaumont Jane Ann Hollow, Dallas Dorothy Sue Langley, Houston Ann Katherine Lemburg, Austin Suzanne Luquette, Port Arthur Barbara Elaine Marshall, Houston Suzanne Mason, Fort Worth Eva Gayle Maxey, Austin Jo Ann McClellan, Overton Mary Jan McGregor, Corpus Christi June Elizabeth McKenzie, San Antonio Maria Elinor Medina, Austin Mary Catherine Meeks, Houston Betty Jo Menn, Austin Janet Greer Nelson, El Paso Linda Marguerite Porter, Port Arthur Patsy Cordilia Ray, Mercedes Dorothy Ray Rodgers, Harlingen Linda Sue Rogers, Dallas Gretchen Annah Schneider, Childress Suzanne Elizabeth Senac, Houston Carolyn Shelton, Alice Tommie Louise Sims, Austin Connie Sisco, Conroe Elizabeth Ann Stephens, Austin Barbara Glyds Tinker, San Antonio Donna Kay Townsend, Houston Judith Van Zant, San Antonio Amelia Wasoff, Dallas Janice Ann Whitehead, Anahuac Lisa Rose Winters, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Toni Woodford, Dallas Dewanna Dale Wriborg, Port Arthur Carolyn Louise Wright, Houston Pats Jane Ir Sier Caro [are Kal) Carii - Elinc ! I Elisa Fop How: Uuery, A.domi, Albrtcht, Allbritton, Alln, Alliion. Amei. Anderion, Atkw, Atheni. j. Boiley Strand tow.- M. Bailey, Boird. Barlow, Barrier. Bennett. B.llupi Blomqunt, Brooli, Butler, H. dementi. P. dementi, fl Co. M. Co. Third low Crow.ll, Dm.nt. Dodd. Dorough. Drake, Dudtntodl, Dudley. Eadl, Ellington. Engstrom. F.oni Ewell, Ferguion. ALPHA CHI OMEGA FACULTY CHARLOTTE ESTELLE DuBois, Professor of Music LLERENA BEAUFORT FRIEND, Texas History Library Librarian ETELKA S. LYNN, Office Supervisor, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health FALL PLEDGES Patsy Ann Albrecht, Houston Janette Erwin Allen, Kerrville Camille Marie Allison, Nashville, Tenn. Janet Leigh Bailey, Marfa Bonnie Beth Baird, Dallas Sherry Arlene Barlow, Waco Susan Lanham Billups, Dallas Carol Lynn Butler, Beaumont Charlotte Anne Campbell, Austin Maynett Caren Cox, Fredericksburg Carole Sue Crowell, San Antonio Carolyn Joyce Dodd, Fort Worth Judith Carol Drake, Corpus Christ! Katye Jo Duderstadt, Corpus Christ! Carlotta Ariel Durham, Abilene Karen Sue Ellingson, Austin Elinor Louise Evans, Fort Worth Peggy Jean Ferguson, Taft Elizabeth Anne Files, Houston Suzanne Fish, Electra Elisabeth Gail Fuson, Houston Sylvia Anne Greene, Austin Dina Lynn Hallmark, Austin Delia Mae Henderson, Refugio Marilyn Gail Henley, Houston Helen Hicks, Dallas Bonnie Virginia Howe, Beaumont Betty Karon Hughes, Houston Maria Elena Klein, Corpus Christ! Barbara Jean Matthews, Kerrville Eddie Rebecca Maxey, Austin Fredricka Dee McBride, Houston Sue Ellen McClellan, San Antonio Nikki Anne Miller, Fort Worth Janis Ann Moss, Beaumont Karen Lynn Nevola, Dallas Mary Nell Nolen, Bellaire Charlene Palmer, Port Arthur Mary Inez Palmer, Conroe Mary Anne Perlitz, Silsbee Susan Kay Petet, Dallas Carol Ann Pilcher, Bellaire Diane Claudia Rachal, Robstown Evelyn Joyce Russell, Weslaco Weslynn Maryann Simons, Harlingen Sue Stockard, Houston Martha Clive Strack, Beaumont Joyce Kay Turner, Houston Marsha Frances Williams, Tyler Janet Hilliard Wilson, Kerrville ' SPRING PLEDGES Catherine Elizabeth Bondies, Dallas Martha Lee Heinen, Houston Linda Carol McClain, Beaumont Top Row: Files, Fish, Franklin, Franks, Fuson. Second Row. Geron, Gordy, Greene, Haile, Hall. Third Row: Hallmark, Helm, Henderson, Henley, Hicks. Fourth Row: Highland, Hill, Hollow, Howe, Hughes. Fifth Row: Klein, Langley, Marshall, Mason, Matthews. Sixth Row: E. G. Maxey, E. R. Maxey, McBride, J. McClellan, S. McClellan. Seventh Row: McGregor, McKenzie, Medina, Meeks, Menn. Eighth Row: Miller, Moss, Nelson, Nevola, Nolen. Ninth Row.- C. Palmer, M. Palmer, Perlitz, Petet, Pilcher. Tenth Row: Porter, Rachal, Ray, Rodgers, Rogers. Eleventh Row: Russell, Schneider, Senac, Shelton, Simons. Twelfth Row.- Sims, Sisco, Stephens, Stockard, Strack. Thirteenth Row: Tinker, Townsend, Turner, Van Zont, Whitehead. Fourteenth Row: Williams, Wilson, Woodford, Wriborg, Wright. Page 363 - . , - NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1851 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1906 OFFICERS Fall VIRGINIA ANN PEARSON. CLAIRE ANN DICKEY. . . . NANCY BAILEY LINDA ANN HAMPTON . . CAROL KAY DOWDY . . Spring President BRENDA SUE BARDEN Vice-Pres denf DIANNE TREADAWAY ... Second Vice-President CAROLINE OLSON Recording Secrefary MARGARET GENE FLEWELLEN Treasurer EMILY CLAIRE WELCH MRS. MILDRED KELLY, Housemofrier MEMBERS Alice E. Adams, Austin Betty Ray Armistead, Beaumont Martha Rebecca Armstrong, Austin Nancy Bailey, Rosenberg Brenda Sue Barden, Houston Linda Ann Bartlett, Austin Natalie Elizabeth Bennett, Marlin Jacquelyn Ann Benson, San Antonio Barbara Ann Bettell, Houston Linda Jean Bettell, Houston Margaret Bowles, Belton Lynn Searcy Buford, Dallas Mildred Elizabeth Bunch, Artesia, N. Mex. Carolyn Beatrice Calvin, Dallas Laurel Diann Chaney, Uvalde Catherine Ann Chunn, Houston Margaret Virginia Culley, Austin Dorothy Gayle Davis, Austin Diane DeBerry, San Antonio Claire Ann Dickey, Houston Nancy N. Dillon, Austin Patricia Sue Dillon, Austin Deanna Marye Dimmitt, Uvalde Roberta Ann Doss, Crowley Carol Kay Dowdy, Pharr Margaret Sue Dutton, Bishop Jo Ann Ebling, Big Spring Ann Therese Finegan, Dallas Margaret Gene Flewellen, Longview Phyllis Ann Fox, Pharr Carolyn French, Woodsboro Susan Gregg, Round Rock Linda Ann Hampton, Fort Worth Sarah Lois Handorf, Palestine Marie Hargrove, Pittsburg Virginia Sue Hartgrove, Houston Johanna HoH, Houston Roberta Lee House, San Antonio Patricia Jackson, Mount Pleasant Frieda Ann Jenkins, Mission Jane M. Jenkins, Mission Leslie Carolyn Jones, San Antonio Kitty Kessler, Del Rio Ann Kilpatrick, Bellaire Evelyn Anne Knolle, Austin Beverly Ann Koen, Austin Jeannine Marie LeBlanc, Houston D. Carolyn Martin, Pittsburg Judith Kay Matthews, San Antonio Billye May McAdams, Austin Jane Ann McEIvy, San Antonio Marilyn Margarite McGrew, Corpus Christ! Mignon lone Middleton, San Antonio Lucy Kay Nolte, Sour Lake Caroline Olson, San Antonio Melody Ann Pattillo, Alvin Kay F. Payne, San Antonio Virginia Ann Pearson, Del Rio Carolyn Kay Ransom, Austin Linda Ann Register, Dallas Judith Marie Rowland, Port Arthur Martha Ann Rowland, Del Rio Susan Jane Sanders, Dallas Mary Cathryn Sauer, Houston Norma Sue Scheiblich, Marlin Shelia Rae Scott, Houston Judy Kay Seitz, Pharr Ada Marie Sharpe, Angleton Gay Barbara Sim, El Paso Linda Annette Skelton, Houston Anne Gordon Smith, Dallas Carol Ann Sullivan, Fort Worth Frances Ann Swanson, Denver, Colo. Judith Swetland, Marlin Rosalie Dianne Theriot, Port Arthur Dianne Treadaway, El Campo Ellen Trenckman, Bryan Emily Claire Welch, Beaumont Maren Louise Westerfeldt, Fredericksburg Elizabeth Emily Whitman, Dallas Jill Woodward, Beaumont Dorothy Louise Wright, Houston Pamela Florence Wright, San Antonio Barbara Jane Yonker, Seguin fast Jan I Don Sand LeslH Said Kith J-jdit - - Top low: Kelly. Adomi. Alltn, Atmnttod, Armstrong. Asian, Bacon. Bailey. Baker. Barden BortleM., B. Be " ll L. Beltell Second ow Bo en, Bowles. Bunch, Calvin. Cezeau. Chanty. Ch.nn. Coler. Crofts. Daily. Oanitls. Davis. DeBefry. Dictey. Doll. Dildy fh.rd low N Dillon, Dillon. Doss. Dowdy, Dutton. Eblmg. Ehle.s, Evans. Everts. FtnoVbotch. F.negon. F.tigerold C Fleming. N. Fleming. Flewellen. ALPHA DELTA PI FACULTY LUCILE DE NEVERS WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages Judy Beth Allen, Austin Patricia Ruth Aston, Houston Linda Ann Bacon, Hillsboro Mary Martha Baker, Madisonville Kristin Bowen, Port Arthur Marie Louise Cezeaux, Houston Jan LaRue Chinn, Dallas Carolyn Ruth Coker, Houston Corrie Ann Crofts, Johnson City Diane Louise Daily, Galveston Dian Daniels, Seguin Sandra Marie Dietz, Fredericksburg Kathleen Bethea Dildy, Austin Sandra Kay Ehlers, New Braunfels Leslie Murray Evans, San Antonio Sandee Gail Everts, San Antonio Linda Sue Fenderbosch, Midland Sandra Kay Fitzgerald, Caldwell Carol Kaye Fleming, Austin Nancye Anne Fleming, Houston Sandra Elizabeth Foster, Longview Kathleen French, Woodsboro Judith Ellen Gallaher, Marlin Harriet Bernice Gibbs, Lake Jackson Adonia Sue Gresham, Wharton PLEDGES Mary Sue Hamon, Corpus Christ! Kathleen Elizabeth Healey, Port Arthur Barbara Katherine Hurt, Seguin Virginia Lee Johnson, San Antonio Valerie Gayle Knapp, Alamo Judy Lynn Max, San Antonio Linda Lee McPherson, Wichita Falls Zane Ann Morgan, Seguin Nancy Carolyn Nolte, Sour Lake Paula Lee Patrick, Midland Sandra Kay Rea, Lake Jackson Marsha Gay Rhew, Sweetwater Joellyn Ricketts, Dallas Judith Emily Schleyer, New Braunfels Jacqueline Jeanne Senouillet, Houston Sandra Sue Shannon, Austin Laura Ann Shuford, Austin Pam Brooke Smith, Austin Sally Kyle Stone, Houston Shirley Ann Terry, Big Spring Wanda Vienna Turck, Arlington Suzanne Vaughan, Houston Sally Lei Walker, Mission Susan Elizabeth Whitsit, San Antonio Rebecca Jo Wolf, Austin Top Row.- Foster, Fox, C. French, K. French, Gallaher. Second Row: Gibbs, Gregg, Gresham, Hamon, Hampton. Third Row: Handorf, Hartgrove, Healey, House, Hurt Fourth Row: Jackson, F. Jenkins, J. Jenkins, Johnson, Jones. Fillh Row: Kessler, Kilpatrick, Knapp, Knolle, Koen. Sixth Row: LeBlanc,. Martin, Matthews, McAdams, McElvy. Seventh Row: McGrew, McPherson, Middleton, Morgan, L. Nolte. Eighth Row: N. Nolte, Olson, Patrick, Payne, Pearson. Ninth Row: Ransom, Rea, Register, Rhew, Ricketts. Tenth Row: J. Rowland, M. Rowland, Sauer, Scheiblich, Schleyer. Eleventh Row: Seitz, SenouiMet, Shannon, Sharpe, Shuford. Twelfth Row: Sim, Skelton, A. Smith, P. Smith, Stone. Thirteenth Row: Sullivan, Swanson, Terry, Treadaway, Turck. Fourteenth Row: Vaughan, Walker, Welch, Westerfeldt, Whitman. Fifteenth Row: Whitsit, Wolf, D. Wright, P. Wright, Yonker. Page 365 f -Oary M tii RHONA NADEUE FINKELSTEIN President SHARON LEE SHULKIN SHARON LEE SHULKIN Vice-President MYRA SUE EFRON BARBARA CARRYE BERNSTEIN Corresponding Secrefary MARSHA EILEEN SAXE CAROLYN Jo KOPPEL Recording Secretary ABIGAIL CAROL GLOSSERMAN MINNA RAE CYTRIN Treasurer BARBARA CARRYE BERNSTEIN MRS. RUBYE M. CROZIER, Housemother NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1909 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1925 OFFICERS Spring MEMBERS Barbara Carrye Bernstein, Enid, Okla. Jane Louise Bock, Dallas Minna Rae Cytrin, San Antonio Louise Carol Davis, San Antonio Janice Edelman, Lufkin Myra Sue Efron, Houston Janice Sue Feingold, Kansas City, Mo. Lynn Gay Finesilver, San Antonio Rhona Nadelle Finkelstein, Pampa Joann Fractman, Ponca City, Okla. Lenore Patricia Freiden, El Paso Carol Ann Freyer, Shreveport, La. Natalie Ruth rriedman, Dallas Brenda Lou Frucht, Houston Donna Gail Click, Houston Abigail Carol Glosserman, Lockhart Linda Sharon Goodman, El Paso Bonnie Belle Gray, Orange Valerie Lynn Gross, Dallas Adele Sharon Hoffman, Houston Rochelle Lynne Hoffman, Houston Harriet Hinda Kahn, Lubbock Carolyn Jo Koppel, Harlingen Helen Sara Leiman, Houston Sondra Jane Lerner, Houston Harriet Lieberman, Houston Phyllis Jane Magrish, Dallas Carol Lynn Miller, Encino, Calif. Kayla Louise Rosenberg, Shreveport, La. Judith Susan Rosenthal, McAllen Margaret Carol Sachs, Greenville, Miss. Marsha Eileen Saxe, Dallas Rolaine Ann Segal, San Antonio Lois Paula Shainock, Houston Sharon Lee Shulkin, Sioux City, Iowa Lottye Maye Spitzer, Shreveport, La. Elaine Rochelle Steinberg, Wynne, Ark. Marilyn Jane Strauss, San Antonio Judith Paula Talpis, El Paso Bette Topperman, Tyler Terry Waisman, Brownwood Eleanor Ann Weiss, Houston Bernice Zelen, Lincoln, Nebr. Daii ' :: ' Anit :-, ,:.: ihai :.=: Hid) ie- ;=: Hea Marie Jean Top ow Croinr. Adelman, Baililt. Baumiltn, (Union. Bergel, Bernilt.n. Blockman. Bock. Bordmon, Brochmon, Bravtmon, CoK.n. Cytrin. Oaum, Davis. Second Row: Dolgoff. Dorr, J. Edflman, S. Edclmon, Efron. Ephroim. Ftin. Fewer, Finvulvtr, G. Finktlitin, I. Finkeliltm, Fnhcr. Frtidtn, Frtnkil, Fnedmon. Freytr. ALPHA EPSILON PHI FALL PLEDGES -; Cathy Lee Adelman, San Antonio Phyllis Ann Bassist, Austin Vicki Ellen Baumsten, Sioux City, Iowa Dana Dee Benson, San Antonio Sydney Kay Bergel, San Antonio Anita Miriam Blackman, Kansas City, Mo. Marcia Beth Bordman, Kansas City, Mo. Deborah Ray Brachman, Fort Worth Phyllis Gayle Braveman, Dallas Susan Rose Cohen, Houston Joyce Lynn Cooper, Memphis, Tenn. Sandra Elaine Daum, Houston Madelyn Jean Dolgoff, Dallas Barbara Susan Dorr, West Palm Beach, Fla. Sharon Edelman, Lufkin Rosemary Ephraim, Denver, Colo. Susan Elaine Falk, Dallas Harlyn Ruth Fein, Little Rock, Ark. Ellen Kay Feuer, Havre, Mont. Glenda Ann Finkelstein, Pampa Carolyn Joyce Fisher, Odessa Helena Rebecca Frenkil, Hempstead Sherry Ann Gershon, Kansas City, Mo. Donna Lynn Goldsmith, Oklahoma City, Okla. Sydelle Helen Herman, Port Arthur Linda Ann Karotkin, San Antonio Annette Sharon Kasman, Bay City Phyllis Ann Kline, San Antonio Lynn Elise Levi, Houston Barbara Sue Lind, Fort Worth Betty Loeb, Sweetwater Rochelle Lynn, Dallas Linda Ney Malkin, Memphis, Tenn. Kay Lynn Mendlovitz, New Braunfels Sharlynn Mendlovitz, New Braunfels Marilyn Carol Mothner, Kansas City, Mo. Phyllis Susan Ravel, Austin Anne Elsa Schonwald, Oklahoma City, Okla. Nancy Jo Shopmaker, Kansas City, Mo . Dorothy Jean Simon, Houston Cathy Frances Stein, Hempstead Pepi Ann Stern, Houston Harriette Beth Stone, Dallas Marsha Lynn Topek, Houston Beverly Jacquelin Toub, Las Vegas, Nev. Mary Sue Viner, San Antonio Sandra Weisberger, Kansas City, Mo. Carol Ann Wise, Lake Charles, La. Sandra Lee Wolf, Dallas Arlene Carole Wolfson, Beaumont - SPRING PLEDGES Eleanor Ann Ginsburg, Fort Worth Marion Louise Kaplan, Houston Jean Labovitz, Fort Worth Kathryn Sue Lewis, Houston Paulette Sue Melcher, Houston Judy Lee Wohlner, Omaha, Nebr. Top Row: Fruchl, Gershon, Click, Glosserman. Second Row: Goldsmith, Goodman, Gray, Gross. Third Row: Herman, A. Hoffman, R. Hoffman, Kahn. Fourth Row: Karofkin, Kasman, Kline, Koppel. Fifth Row: Leiman, Lerner, Levi, Lieberman. Sixth Row: Loeb, Lynn, Magrish, Malkin. Seven ! Row: K. Mendlovitz, S. Mendlovitz, Miller, Mothner. Eighth Row: Ravel, Rosenberg, Rosenthal, Sachs. Ninth Row: Saxe, Schonwald, Segal, Shainock. Tenth Row: Shopmaker, Shulkin, Simon, Spitzer. Eleventh Row: Slein, Steinberg, Stern, Stone. Twelfth Row; Strauss, Topek, Topperman, Toub. Thirteenth Row: Viner, Waisman, Weisberger, Weiss. Four Benin Row.- Wise, Wolf, Wolfson, Zelen. Page 367 r r r NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1904 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1940 Fall ALICE VIRGINIA HUFFINGTON. KATHLEEN ANNE WORD SALLY EILEEN FANN RANDHI SUZANNE SMITH PEGGY LOUISE DAVIDSON . . . LA NELL WISER. . OFFICERS Spring President PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH . . .First Vice-President: MARY J. HAYNES . Second Vice-Presidenf SYLVIA ANN GRIDER Corresponding Secretary JANICE SCHUMANN . . Recording Secretary. PATRICIA ANN SMITH . Treasurer JEANINE ANNE WATSON MRS. JACK HUSTON Housemother MEMBERS Barbara Elaine Albert, Darian, Conn. Jean Elizabeth Benson, Bellaire Carol Boughton, Austin Brenda Sue Brandt, Austin Lynda Lee Craft, Houston Diane Elizabeth Da ugherty, Austin Peggy Louise Davidson, Austin Dian Duryea, Houston Sally Eileen Fann, Houston Gail Gabriel, Tyler Carol Margaret Gaston, Houston Mary J. Haynes, Houston Martha Jo Henry, Austin Surrenden Kay Hill, Austin Alice Virginia Huff ingtcn. Mount Calm Linda Kay Ivey, Fcrt Worth Jane Elizabeth Maxwell, Lovelady Kathleen Anne Word, Houston Sandra Jane Moran, Kingsport, Tenn. Carol Ann Peterson, Austin Sheridan Petit, Odessa Sandra Kay Randall, Austin Patricia Wynn Rusch, Austin Janice Schumann, San Antonio Theresa Diane Shia, Austin Mary Elizabeth Simecek, Austin Patricia Ann Smith, Plainview Randhi Suzanne Smith, Dallas Ramona Lea Stubblef ield, Austin Carolynn Charlotte Umlauf, Austin Madelon Marie Umlauf, Austin Mary Lou Walton, Houston Jeanine Anne Watson, Dallas Barbara Jean Wilson, Corpus Christi La Nell Wiser, Houston : ii janis fetie JW9 Jxty Deam Share Alice SueV Carol Carol Bafc :: 1 iandi Top How: Huilon. E. Adami, I. Adomj Albert, Ame.. Band. Beaird Btnion. B.nghom, B. Brandt. T. Brandt. BvHchk. 8yb Clark. Second ttow Craft. Dougherty, Davidson. Duryto, Edmiiton, Fonn, Farmer, Farror, Fmley, Fronti. Gabriel. Gardner. Gatton Grodwotll ALPHA GAMMA DELTA FACULTY ANN MARIE ERICKSON, Instructor in Home Economics SHELBY FRIZZELL TORRANCE, Teaching Assistant in Physical Training for Women N PLEDGES Elizabeth Anne Adams, Galveston Zilla Kathryn Adams, Austin Janis Amey, Austin Mary Lou Baird, Austin Bettie Alicia Beaird, Tyler Gwen Ann Bingham, Fort Worth Judy Elaine Bradley, Austin Terry Jo Brandt, Austin Deanna Jean Butschek, Houston Corinne Ellen Bybee, Midland Diana Marie Clark, San Antonio Sharon Dianne Edmiston, Floydada Florence Jean Farmer, Fort Worth Alice Meredith Farrar, Alice Sue Virginia Finley, Uvalde Carol Fox, Taylor Carol Louise Frantz, Austin Elizabeth Ann. Gardner, Pasadena Cherry Anne Gradwohl, Houston Sylvfa Ann Grider, Pampa Sandra Gayle Hallmark, Austin Sally Sue Hancock, Houston Susan Lindsay Hanson, San Antonio Martha Elizabeth Harris, San Antonio Sandra Kay Herrington, Henderson Glenda Margaret Hunt, Austin Reta Jane Ing, Waco Betty Jane Leatherwood, Palestine Marion Leverett, Overton Edith Gene Lyles, Henrietta Jyme Adene Mathews, Austin Mary Belle Melcher, Port Lavaca Mary Virginia Moses, Austin Frances Ann Morris, Houston Linda Nell Phillips, Overton Edith Jane Pond, Bryan Judith Alice Reynolds, Houston Judy Sue Robinson, Magnolia, Ark. Barbara Ann Roscher, Austin Rosemary Russell, Austin Carolyn Marie Shaw, Pettus Glenda Stark, Garland Harriet Taylor, Austin Mary Lucille Throgmorton, Bellaire Linda Joan Wells, Austin Carol Louise Wharton, El Paso Rebecca Ann Wheeler, Winnsboro Carole Ann Wilson, Houston Marion Irene Wilson, Palacios Ann Wyss, Austin Top Row: Grider, Hallmark, Hancock, Hanson. Second Row- Haynes, Henry, Herrington, Hill. Third Row: Huffingfon, Hunt, Ing, Leatherwood. fourth Row: Leverett, Lyles, Mathews, Maxwell. Filth Row: Melcher, Moran, Moses, Morris. Sixth Row: Peterson, Petit, Phillips, Pond. Seventh Row: Randall, Reynolds, Roscher, Rusch. Eighth Row: Russell, Schumann, Shaw, Shia. Ninth Row.- Simecek, P. Smith, R. Smith, Stark. Tenth Row: Stubblefield, Taylor, Throgmorton, Wal- ton. Eleventh Row: Watson, Wells, Wheeler, B. Wilson. Twelfth Row.- C. Wilson, Wiser, Word, Wyss. Page 369 " I ' Af, -. vX h 1 I OFFICERS Fall NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1908 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1959 ALNITA FRANCES RETTIG Basileus DONNA LUCIA GUESS Anti-Basileus MELLANESE SLAUGHTER Grammafeus EVELYN YVONNE DEASON Anfi-Grammareus CAROLYN NAN MIMS Jamiour.hos DR. CONNIE Y. CONNER, Sponsor Spring . .ALNITA FRANCES RETTIG . . . . DONNA LUCIA GUESS . . .MELLANESE SLAUGHTER . EVELYN YVONNE DEASON . .CAROLYN NAN MIMS MEMBERS Miriam Jean Black, Austin Barbara Jean Caruthers, Mathis Evelyn Yvonne Deason, Houston Betty Joan Griggs, Galena Park Donna Lucia Guess, Houston Leola Johnson Kemp, Houston Carolyn Nan Mims, Houston Alnita Frances Rettig, Henderson Mellanese Slaughter, Houston Mary Frances Simpson, Dallas Walta Marie Smith, Fort Worth Carolyn Mellisa Wilkins, Houston fop Kow Conntr, Block. Coruthtfs. Otoion. Gnggi. Guu ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA IVY LEAF CLUB Zelna Virginia Broadus, Victoria Lois Marie Deary, Austin Arlette Iras Jones, Houston JoFrances Marie Lee, Houston Joyce Evelyn Massingill, Houston Etta Jean Mays, Houston Gracye Dianne Reed, Houston Charlie Mae Spencer, Odessa Top Row. Kemp. Second Row-. Mirm. Third Row: Rettig. Fourth Row: Slaughter. Fifth Row. Smith. Sixth Row: Wilkins. Page 371 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1897 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1941 OFFICERS Fall Spring WENDY LEE MILLER President ROSEMARY COCHRAN ROSEMARY COCHRAN Vi ' ce-Presidenf CONNIE Jo ROCK MARY MINETTE NAQUIN Corresponding Secretary MARY KATHERINE TURNER BETTY RUTH BURNETT Recording Secretary SANDRA EARLENE MATHIS GENNY TIMOTHEA MCNAMARA Treasurer ELIZABETH RUTH JOHNSON MRS. PHOEBE Cox, Housemother MEMBERS Barbara Lou Babione, Amarillo Mary Eleanor Brace, Austin Betty Ruth Burnett, Austin Beverly Ann Chesson, Austin Rosemary Cochran, Austin Peggy Jane Freeman, Texarkana Elizabeth Ruth Johnson, Newgulf Phyllis Joan Kemp, San Antonio Mary Ann Lackey, McAllen Laura Linda Lee, Dallas C. Suzanne Martin, Richardson Sandra Earlene Mathis, Longview Genny Timothea McNamara, Houston Wendy Lee Miller, Dallas Mary Minette Naquin, Austin Naomi Jean Nassour, Austin Connie Jo Rock, Texas City Lelia Ann Shelton, Austin Elizabeth Joyce Smith, Dallas Virginia Helene Smith, Beaumont Mary Carolyn Stone, San Antonio Mary Katherine Turner, Galena Park Top Row: Cox, Rood . Bobiont, BolsHow, Banto, Burntt. Chvsson. Cochron Scond ow: Drury, Foriyth, Ffemon, Frost, Gross, Hattr, Johnson, Ktmp. Lothom. ALPHA OMICRON PI FALL PLEDGES Laura Lee Baade, Boling Norma Jean Balshaw, San Antonio Diana Banta, LaPorte Barbara Allen Coffee, Hempstead Barbara Jean Cole, Dallas Dinah Jane DiNino, Austin Patricia Anne Drury, Austin A. Sandra Forsyth, Longview Patricia Lee Frost, Austin Beckie Lou Gross, Galena Park I la Dee Hatter, Austin Alice Murtha Latham, Lake Jackson Margaret Ann Lightfoot, Decatur Judy Ann Miller, Dallas Martha Virginia Montfort, Arlington Betty Ann Nelle, Austin Saundra Dean Raulston, Dallas Karan Leigh Rodgers, Austin Rebecca Mary Thrasher, Austin Marie Grace Vickich, Galveston Ruth Maxine Villarreal, Austin Michelle Ann Williams, Austin Joan Wright, Houston SPRING PLEDGE Carole June Taylor, Dallas Top Row: Lightfoot, Martin. Second Row.- McNamara, J. Miller. Third Row.- W. Milter, Montfort. Fourth Row.- Naquin, Nassour. Fifth Row: Nelle, Raulston. Sixth Row.- Rock, Rodgers. Seventh Row.- Shetton, E. Smith. Eighth Row: Stone, Thrasher. Ninth Row: Turner, Villarreal. Tenfh Row.- Williams, Wright. Page 373 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1872 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1920 OFFICERS Fall Spring GLENDA GAY GRIFFITTS President LINDA SUZANNE TIXIER MARIE ESTHER CARAMANIAN First Vice-President SALLY ELIZABETH WADDILL JOYCE ANN VON BOECKMANN Second Vice-President BARBARA WORD ROXANA PROCTOR Firsf Treasurer MABEL ANN BROWN CATHERINE LEE BROWN Second Treasurer CHARLENE BUTLER LINDA LOUISE McCowN Recording Secretary KATHRYN MARIE MAFRIGE MARCIA JAN BURKHART Corresponding Secretary MARCIA JAN BURKHART MRS. LILA FINLEY, Housemother MEMBERS Bette Jane Azadian, Houston Barbara Irene Barnett, LaMarque Karen Arloa Bergquist, Austin Linda Lucille Bicker, La Feria Mary Reagan Birdwell, Austin Judy Kay Boland, Dallas Catherine Lee Brown, Gatesville Mabel Ann Brown, Gatesville Marcia Jan Burkhart, La Marque Melinda Louise Burkhart, La Marque Charlene Butler, Lufkin Sara Jean Callaway, Fort Worth Marie Esther Caramanian, Houston Janice Mary Chadwell, San Antonio J. Kay Chapman, Sherman A. Maxine Chase, Wharton Ann Elizabeth Cleland, College Station Daphne Peggy Clements, Dallas Myrlan Cox, Morton Ruth Darling, Port Arthur Pamela Ann Dexter, Houston Patricia A. Ellerkamp, Newgulf Betty Jean Gill, Beeville Carolyn Edna Glass, Texarkana Martha Jane Glass, Texarkana Judith Janelle Greenway, Houston Sandra Elaine Greer, McAllen Glenda Gay Griffins, Vernon Glenda Gay Henderson, Midland Constance Ann Herbert, Austin Mary Anne Herdman, Waco Judith Lee Johnson, Austin Marguerite Ann Kiesel, Victoria Karol Kirk, Austin Sonja Rose Klein, Houston Joan Peavy Lay, Austin Marjorie Louise Leaverton, Houston Marie Leopold, San Antonio Kathryn Marie Mafrige, Houston Marilyn Bess Mauldin, Jacksonville Linda Louise McCown, Victoria Linda Ann Mclntosh, Victoria Penny Lynn McNabb, Houston Carol Jean Patterson, Austin Molly Lynn Pearson, Jacksonville Doris Diane Pittenger, Austin Jo Ella Powell, Bella, re Shirley Jane Price, Amarillo Suzanne Prince, La Fe ria Roxana Proctor, Victoria Sandy Kay Reddrick, Fort Worth Marilyn Anne Rice, Dallas Martha Anne Robinson, San Antonio Linda Faye Rylee, Midland Frances Ann Seelke, Houston Sally Christine Seiders, Austin Janice Sue Shofner, Harlingen Mary Louise Simpson, Austin Emily Dare Stall, Midland Marjorie Lee Stansfield, Galveston Marte Summers, Houston Lynette Taylor, Dallas Mary Perry Taylor, Austin Sandra Carol Thomas, Eagle Lake Barbara Jean Thompson, Austin Linda Suzanne Tixier, Houston Susan Louise Van Winkle, Austin Joyce Ann Von Boeckmann, Houston Sally Elizabeth Waddill, Houston O. Elizabeth Webb, Corpus Christi Barbara Word, Conroe Jane Chen : . ' :: ' Dorol Card Care Dana Carol Ann Warn Wilm Janel Top tow. Finley, Allred. Andtnon, Azadian. Bodgett, Borhf, Barnetr, Bell. Bergquist, Berry, Betteriworth. Bieker Second Sow. Boland, C Brown, M. Brown, E. Burkharl. M. I. Burkhart, M I Burkhari. C. Butler, G Buller, Collowoy. Cara- manian, Chadwell, Chapman, Chat . Third Row. Clelond, Coomb , Cox, Crawford, Cuihmon, Darling, Dexter, Doshtr, Eodl. EornMt, Engelke. Fetter, Fritry, B. Gill. ALPHA PHI FACULTY MARY ERNESTINE GOLDMANN, Assistant Professor of Home Economics GOLDIE NORTON PORTER, Assistant Professor of Mathematics MARGO LIL ' WHITT, Teaching Assistant in Romance Languages FALL PLEDGES Judy Ann Allred, Midland Nancy E. Anderson, Dickinson Mary Frances Badgett, College Station Jane Anne Baethe, Baytown Valda Lucile Baygent, Marfa Charlotte Ann Bell, Beaumont Dorothy Eleanor Berry, College Station Linda Bettersworth, Seguin Emily Alice Burkhart, La Marque Gayla Rae Butler, Dallas Cherie Jo Coombes, Fort Worth Emily Josephine Crawford, Austin Karen Ann Cushman, Seguin Dorothy Joan Doshf-r, Hobbs, N. Mex. Carol Jane Eads, Austin Carole Sue Earnest, Midland Dana Beaird Eddins, Bryan Joyce Elaine Engelke, Seguin Carolyn Lee Fetter, La Marque Ann Fisher, Corpus Christi Wanda Lee Friery, Houston Wilma Ann Gill, Midland Gretchen Elizabeth Gribble, Lufkin Janet Lynn Hopper, Houston Maryellen Hurd, Texas City Nell Johnston, Austin Patricia Jean Keown, Corpus Christi Hazel Catherine Key, Midland Ida Marie Klein, Tomball Kay Sandra Knopp, San Antonio Elizabeth Anne Koch, Austin Joann Yvonne Kunz, Galveston Kathleen Diane Malick, Houston Marilyn McCandless, San Antonio Mary Jean Mclntyre, Austin Kathleen Fenley Moore, Houston Marilyn Jean Moore, Texarkana Martha Lynn Pruitt, Longview Michelle Alice Puzin, Houston Sarah Ann Redfield, Austin Frances Brandreth Ritter, Austin Cynthia Anne Robinson, Temple Carol Ann Shaffer, Houston Nancy Elizabeth Stropeni, Texarkana Carolyn Sue Thompson, Houston Dorothy Thompson, Amarillo Carolyn Jean Van Aken, Corpus Christi Carolyn Sue Younger, Austin SPRING PLEDGES Barbara Jean Allen, Austin Joan Mahoney, Dallas ttitk Top Row: W. Gill, C. Glass, M. Glass, Greenway, Gribble. Second Row.- Henderson, Herbert, Herdman, Hopper, Hurd. Third Row: Johnson, Johnston, Keown, Key, Kiesel. Fourth Row: Kirk, I. Klein, S. Klein, Knopp, Koch. Fifth Row-. Kunz, Lay, Leaverton, Mafrige, Mauldin. Sixth Row: McCandless, Mclntosh, Mclntyre, K. Moore, M. Moore. Seventh Row: Patterson, Pearson, Pittenger, Powell, Price. Eighth Row; S. Prince, Proctor, Pruilt, Puzin, Reddrick. Ninth Row: Redfield, Rice, Ritter, Robinson, Rylee. Tenfn Row.- Seelke, Seiders, Shaffer, Shofner, Simpson. Eleventh Row: Stansfield, Stropeni, L. Taylor, M. Taylor, Thomas. Twelfth Row-, B. Thompson, C. Thompson, D. Thompson, Tlxier, Van Alcen. Thirteenth Row. Van Winkle, Von Boeckmann, Webb, Word, Younger. Page 375 SHARON JOHNSON JUDITH KAY VAN HORN DIANE LEE COWELL JANE LEE BLESSING MARY SUE WHITNEY Helen Eugenia Alexander, Lubbock Judy Lee Allison, Son Angela Phyllis Ann Bernard, Houston Charlotte Pauline Becker, Austin Jane Lee Blessing, Mineral Wells Barbara Jean Blount, Dallas Sarah Leigh Brazil, Port Arthur Sandra Lee Brown, Houston Cam i Me Carpenter, Dallas Caroline Chappell, Dallas Beverly Jean Childress, Beaumont Carol Ann Cole, Dallas Carol Margaret Compton, Houston Diane Lee Cowell, Houston Nancy Kotherme Cyrus, Midland Marilyn Ann Doshiell, Houston Betty Ann Davidson, Corncana Georgi Elizabeth Davis, Dallas Lee Doviss, Houston Elizabeth Anne Ditch, Austin Susan Jean Dring, Dallas Georgie Kay Drumrighr, Dallas Cynthia Duncan, Pampa Norma Ann Eisenwine, Pecos Dma Joan Eitelman, Austin Betty Susan Click, Bellville Mary Louise Erskine, Midland Ruth Anne Erskine, Midland Judith Marie Ewing, Corpus Christ! Martha Farmer, Austin Mary Ferris, Austin Jane Ann Fitzgerald, Irving Mar, Ann Fox, Tyler Carol Jean Franklin, Baytown Janet Lyn Galeener, Houston NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1895 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 OFFICERS Spring President PATTI OLIVER Vice-Presidenf BETTINA RIVES WILBANKS Secretary JUDITH KAY PEGUES Treasurer DOROTHEA FAUBION STRAUGHAN Pledge Trainer JANET LYN GALEENER MRS. LUCILLE MCCLELLAN, Housemofrier MEMBERS Linda Claire Gardner, Corpus Christi Jane Garmany, Richmond Rosa Beth Gilmore, Levelland Marilyn Virginia Gump, Dallas Virginia Elizabeth Hall, Alligator, Miss. Morcia Jane Hamilton, Dallas Helen Kay Hosha, Houston Gayle Seay Hedge, Dallas Connie Hill, Dallas Margaret Susan Hobart, Dallas Carole Jean Hobbs, Houston Charlotte Louise Holly, Corpus ChristJ Carole Ann Holmes, Port Arthur Jane Elizabeth Hopson, Houston Marcelle Swearmgen Houston, Son Antonio Mary Barbara Hull, Greenville Beryl Winter Hutchings, Hunt Ann Jorry, Houston Kay Ann Johnson, Houston Sharon Johnson, Austin Harrietts Alrrma Jones, Longview Goyle Kelly, Freer Martha Joyce Keppler, Son Antonio Carolyn Brook Klein, Ho rl ing en Janice Lee Knippa, Son Antonto Carole EMioft Langdon, Houston Frances Ann Lloyd, Houston Patricia Ann Loughry, Fort Worth Mary Anne Massengole, Fort Worth Mary Grace Maxcy, Dallas Patricia Jean McClure, Dallas Sandra Kay McNutt, Rosenberg Mary Elizabeth Murphy, M.dland Jo Anna Murray, Austin Edna Moody Myrick, Houston Renna Gail Morns, Houston Potti Oliver, Bella-re Nancee Ellen Parker, Dallas Sandra Lee Porker. Dallas Patricia Ann Patterson, Dallas Judy Ann Payne, Dallas Margaret Sue Peace, San Antonio Judith Kay Pegi ei. Houston Penelope Elizabeth Pojman, Austin Mary Manson Pulver, Horlmgen Laurie Kathleen Rayburn, Houston Zelda Reed. Austin Patr.cia W.Mone R.dgway, San Antonio Judith Mae Roberts, San Antonto Elizabeth Fay Robertson, El Paso Marion Elizabeth Robertson. Wichita Falls Genny Rodger . Austin Borbro Jean Roloff, Victoria Mary Ruth Sandridge, Longview Betty Scott, Houston Jtonne Lou!s Sears, Dallas Carol Jean Shafer, Horlmgen Katherine Marie Skinner. Houston Janice Mane Smith, Son Anton.o Nancy Jo Spears. Bowie Sandra Spram, Ab ltne Patsy Jean Stompp, San Antonio Dorothea Faub.or Straughan, San Anton.o Judy Swonn, Wetlaco Mary Dale Thomson, Midland Mario Jane Turner, Austin Judith Kay Von Horn. Son Anron.o Mary Gayle Weber. Cuero Jane Elizabeth Memphis Tenn Mary Sue Whitney, Bartlesv.Me, CHIo Bettma Rives W.lbonks, Fort Worth Vero Jaye ?: Frarx foe Ware Norn ..:, Care Syivii Mary Suzai Pafrk Sally Top Row. McClellon, Alexonder, Allen, Anderson, Barnard, Becker, Bennett, Blessing, Blount, Brazil, Brown, Browning. Butltr, Conker. Second Row: Carpenter, Cassin. Chappell, Cheek, Childress, Cole, Compton, Cooper, Cyrus, Davidson, Davn. Daviss, Ditch. Dring, Drumright. Third Row: Duncan, Eidman, Eiienwine, Eitelman, Elick, Erik me, Ewing, Former, Fuer, Fitxgerold, Forbes, J. L. Goleener. J. A. Goleener, Gardner, Gormony. Gilmore. CHI OMEGA FALL PLEDGES Mary Elizabeth Abbott, Houston Joan Allen, Houston Judy Clarice Anderson, Amarillo Judith Claire Bennett, San Antonio Veronica Francis Bohman, Cuero Jaye Browning, Dallas Charlotte Ann Butler, Tyler Mary Page Cariker, Beaumont Ellen Estelle Cassin, San Antonio Carol Ann Cheek, Dallas Carolyn Kay Cole, Midland Frances Lee Cooper, Marlin Mary Boehme Drake, San Angelo Rose Mary Eidman, Brownsville Margaret Anne Fiser, San Antonio Norma Lynn Forbes, Austin Judye Ann Galeener, Houston Carolyn Lee Goddard, Fort Worth Sylvia Hamilton, Bowie Mary Ellen Hardwick, Odessa Lynn Elizabeth Harwood, Dallas Suzanne Jane Hughes, Brownsville Patricia Huston, Houston Sally Ann Janecek, San Antonio Karen Sue Kaufman, Beaumont Dolores Elaine Wren, Judith Ann King, Austin Martha Madelein Klein, Harlingen Bette Camille Knight, Houston Nina Ann Lambdin, Austin Carol Mace Lee, Mineral Wells Sandra Paul Love, Dallas Jeanne Martinak, Dallas Jeanne Frances Maurer, Dallas Beverly Ruth Maxcy, Dallas Linda Kay Nesbit, Mesquite Penne Ann Percy, Waco Mary Margaret Phillips, Harlingen Beverly Jane Prokop, Houston Georgia Numsen Reynolds, Houston Janet Rink, San Antonio Darla Diane Russell, Amarillo Ann Ruth, Corpus Christ! Linda Ann Sleeper, Dallas Isabell Smither, Houston Barbara Elizabeth South, San Antonio Helen Sandra Taylor, Midland Lou Ann Walker, Dallas Emily Watson Wilkinson, Houston Murrell Suzanne Wood, Houston Anne Woodward, Wichita Falls Longview SPRING PLEDGES Mary Evelyn Merritt, Dallas Dorothy Ann Mobley, Kilgore Linda Lankford Robinson, McKinney Top Row.- Goddard, Gump, M. Hamilton, S. Hamilton, Hardwick. Second Row: Hasha, Hobart, Holly, Holmes, Houston. Third Row: Hughes, Hull, Huston, Janecek, S. Johnson. Fourth Row: Kaufman, Kelly, Keppler, King, C. Klein. Fifth Row; M. Klein, Knight, Lambdin, Langdon, Lloyd. Sixth Row: Loughry, Love, Martinak, Massengale, B. Maxcy. Seventh Row: M. Maxcy, McClure, Myrick, Nesbit, Morris. Eighth Row. Oliver, N. Parker, S. Parker, Payne, Pegues. N nfn Row: Percy, Phillips, Pojman, Pulver, Rayburn. Tenfh Row.- Reynolds, Rink, Roberts, E. Robertson, M. Robertson. Eleventh Row: Rodgers, Sandridge, Scott, Sears, Skinner. Twelfth Row-. Sleeper, Smith, Smither, South, Spears. Thirteenth Row.- Sprain, Stampp, Straughan, Swann, Taylor. Fourteenth Row. Thomson, Turner, Van Horn, Walker, Whitney. Fifteenth Row: Wilbanks, Wilkinson, Wood, Woodward, Wren. Page 377 n; 7u; , NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1888 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1912 Fall BEVERLY ANN BATES. . . MARY Lou HAGOOD . . . BEVERLY SUE MATLOCK. ANNETTE HELWIG . . . . SUZAN NAPIER. . OFFICERS Spring President SUZY CATHERINE HODGES Vice-President DIANA LYNNE FOSTER . . . Corresponding Secrefary SAUY RUTH Mais Recording Secretary. JUDY JEAN WHITE Treasurer SUZAN NAPIER MRS. H. C. BOOTH, Housemofher MEMBERS .,-: Sara Virginio Allen, Houston Ethelynn Anderson, Big Spring Money Etto Andrews, Groham Ann EMen Armstrong, Mission Beverly Ann Bates, Amorillo Sherry Virginia Benn, Midland Mary Margaret Boenm, Gonzoles Sally Virginia Bowers, Athens, Go. Barbara Ann Bowier, Dallas Christy Jo Brown, Amarillo Mary Kolhryn Buss, Edmburg Aubyn Stewart Byers, Houston Carol Coffman, Austin Frances Byrd Collins, Waco Carolyn Connor, Domgerfield Colleen Copeland, Houston Robbie Jeanne Croze, Houston Carole Elizabeth Crow, Corpus Christi Sylvia CueHar, Dallas Nancy Culbertson, Houston Dorothy Diane Davis, Dallas Peggy Jean Davis, Dallas Ruth Elizabeth Day, Houston Ann Demming, Houston Sara Patricia Devine, Austin Elizabeth Deutz Dittmar, Son Antonio Helen Taber Early, Brownwood Becky Glynn Edwards, Paris Margaret Ann Edwards, San Antonio Jane Anita Finsterwald, San Antonio Susan Faith Fisher, Fort Worth Judy lee Fleming, Houston Nell Roy Foreman, Beaumont Diana Lynne Foster, Dallas Carol Kay Godfrey, Brownsville Janet Keeble Gowdey, Dallas Priscillo Louise Greene, Austin Janelle Greenwood, Austin Susan Greeves, Beaumont Mary Lou Hagood, Fort Worth Harriet Hart, Fort Worth Paula Jan Hawkins, Henrietta Annette Helwig, Austin Carol Lynn Henderson, Houston Suzy Catherine Hodges, Port Arthur Linda Koy Holdar, Waco Holly Howell, LaMarque Patricia Anne Hudson, Orange Grace Page Hunter, Austin Nancy Rosselle Irwin, Dallas Sylvia Irwin, Austin Dorothy Sue Isaac, Houston Vivian Ann Jeffers, Dallas Anita G. Jordan, Brady Martha Lucille Kenney, Son Antonio Ann Ashby Kinch, Austin Kay Nan Kocurek, Austin Kothryn Ann Krueger, Dallas Kotheryn Sue Lewis, Dallas Penny Lee Loughridge, Boytown Betty Ellen Lowe, Waco Patsy Ann Lyle, Tyler Patricia Ann Manley, Port Arthur Beverly Sue Motlock, Arlington Barbara Jo Matthews, Texas City Ginger Moyfield, Austin Ann McCully, Austin Sally Jocquelyn McGee, Amarillo Sally Ruth Mills, Houston Marcio Jean Morgan, Dallas Suzan Napier, Fort Worth Kate Anne Oliver, Waco Catherine Emelia Olsen, Houston Mary Jo Ponsford, El Paso Barbara A. Randies, McKinney Arden Reed, Houston Linda Christine Riedell, Moracoibo, Venezuela Kim Robertson, Son Antonio Gigi Robinson, Dallas Sally Rose, Austin Rebecca Rousseau, New London Marilyn Koy Russey, Fort Worth Barbara Snyder, Boird Mary Sue Stevens, El Paso Susie Stone, Dallas Janet Sue Taylor, Canyon Melindo Lea Terry. Fort Worth Nancy Ellen Thompson, Port Arthur Betty Loroine Toler, Son Antonio Normo Joyce Torp. Nocogdoches Donna Laurie Vollmer, Mercedes Patncio Lee Wall, San Antonio Judy Jean White, M.dlond Peggy Jo W lk nson, Dallas Morcia Ann Williamson, Bryan Sue Ellen Young, Port Arthur Bffll ..:. A ' fce toxy Jem April ' M Judy !.: EW De Juditl Anne Joyce Sjndr Jud, Top Row: Booth, Allen, Anderson, Andrews, Ankenman, Armstrong. Arnold, Bates, Bauscher. Benn, Blonton. Second Row: Boehm, Bowers, E Brown, Burt, Byers, Caperton, Cauthorn. Child . Coffman, Connor, Copeland. Craze. Third ffow, Crow, Culbertson, 0. Davis. M. Davis, P. Davis. Day. Dean. Dittmar, Early, B Edwards, F.nsterwold. Fisher. Fost.r. DELTA DELTA DELTA FACULTY DOROTHY AYRES, Administrative Assistant, College of Business Administration Jo CALDWELL MEYER, Administrative Secretary, School of Journalism PATRICIA ANN WEIS, Instructor in Physical Training for Women PLEDGES Lyndal Lane Ankenman, Houston Sara Mae Arnold, Tyler Margaret Jane Bauscher, Wichita Falls Judy Blanton, Port Arthur Elizabeth Ella Brown, Port Arthur Barbara Burt, Fort Worth Lucy McCollister Caperton, Waco Alice Cauthorn, Del Rio Roxy Anne Childs, Abilene Jerrie Teel Christian, Dallas April Clover, Austin Mary Ann Davis, Austin Sharon Lyn Dean, San Antonio Diane Dodson, Dallas Mary Frances France, Sulphur Springs Caroline Gowdey, Dallas Judy A. Hagood, Fort Worth Suzanne Harbin, Cuero Elisabeth Lee Hodge, San Antonio Dene Hofheinz, Houston Judith Elaine Horton, Houston Anne Forsyth Lloyd, Fort Worth Joyce Melvin Manford, Austin Sandra Marston, Corpus Christi Judy Kay McGee, Hereford Sadie Lou McMurtry, Graharn Marilyn Melton, Houston Judith Louise Meyer, Dallas Jenny Ann Moody, Del Rio Laurie Jean Muldoon, San Antonio Karen Kay Owens, Austin Terry Park, Houston Elaine Pennington, Athens Sara Jane Peters, Garland Harriet Ann Pfeiffer, Galveston Francine Puryear, Corpus Christi Mary Idalee Raffaelli, Texarkana Betty Ann Ragle, Dallas Bonnie Elaine Rodgers, Fort Worth Marilyn Rouse, Austin Penny Lee Rudd, Waskom Margaret Anne Rudder, College Station Anne Shelby, Tyler Savanna Steves, Bay City Ruth Munson Vaughan, Port Arthur Mary Frances Whittenburg, Amarillo Alice Ann Wilkinson, Houston June Margie Williams, Eldorado Nancy Louise Wilson, Houston Hetty Jean Wilver, Marshall Top Row: France, Godfrey, C. Gowdey, Greene, Greenwood. Second Row: M. Hagood, Harbin, Hawkins, Hodge, Hodges. Third Row: Hofheinz, Holdar, Howell, Hudson, N. Irwin. Fourth Row: Isaac, Jordan, Kocurek, Krueger, Loughridge. Fifth Row: Lowe, Lyle, Manford, Manley, Marston. Sixth Row: Matthews, Mayfield, McCully, J. McGee, McMurtry. Seventh Row: Melton, Meyer, Mills, Moody, Muldoon. Eighth Row: Napier, Oliver, Olsen, Owens, Park. Ninth Row: Pennington, Peters, Pfeiffer, Ponsford, Puryear. Tenth Row: Raffaelli, Ragle, Randies, Reed, Riedell. f eventh Row.- Robinson, Rodgers, Rouse, Rousseau, Rudder. Twelfth Row: Snyder, Steves, Stone, Terry, Torp. Thirteenth Row: Vaughan, Wall, White, A. Wilkinson, P. Wilkinson. Fourteenth Row: Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Wilver, Young. Page 379 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1873 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1938 OFFICERS Fall Spring JANIECE BELLE SIMMONS President LEE PAULA WAGGONER EUGENIE MARTHA KAMRATH Vice-President SUSAN ANN BURTON SHIRLEY KAY MCINLEY Corresponding Secretary JUDITH COGGESHALL CINDY SUE DEXTER Recording Secretary JOAN GORDON LEE PAULA WAGGONER Treasurer MAEDENE MAEDGEN MRS. STELLA HERNDON, Housemof ier MEMBERS Sharon Anderson, Houston Betty Jo Andujar, Fort Worth Sandra Jean Barnett, Dallas Carol Leigh Belknap, Fort Worth Betsy Ann Bonin, Houston Beverly Ann Brewer, Lamesa Jan ' Louise Brinkerhoff, Houston Carolyn Brown, Irving Linda Lea Brohard, Dallas Bonnie Alyce Bryan, Houston Susan Ann Burton, Arcadia, Calif. Phyllis Jean Calkins, Austin Kathryn Louise Carrico, San Antonio Judith Coggeshall, Dallas Linda Sue Coker, Dallas Mary Agnes Collerain, Houston Mary Deffebach, Snyder Cindy Sue Dexter, Houston Diane Dusek, Dallas Daryle Ann Echols, Houston Alma Ann Elliott, Bryan Margaret Lucile Ellison, Killeen Wynnell Emery, Fort Worth Elisabeth W. Eriksen, San Antonio Sally Rum Euwer, Houston Muse Elizabeth Evans, Houston Nancy Elizabeth Farquhar, Sinton Virginia Finn, Houston Betty Jean Foster, Lockney Mary Elizabeth Girdner, Warren, Ark. Sara Phyllis Goode, College Station Joan Gordon, Houston (Catherine Griffin, Bryan Martha Ann Hansen, Houston Nora Jean Hite, San Antonio Danna Hopson, Houston Carol Elizabeth Hospers, Dallas Janne Elizabeth Isely, Austin Mary Helen Johnson, San Antonio Rosemary Price Johnson, Corpus Christi Eugenie Martha Kamrath, Houston Loulynn Kelly, Houston Nancy Benedict Kelly, Austin Martha Lee Kitzmiller, Houston Helen Lorraine Klipple, College Station Carol Lee Klose, San Antonio Suzanne Knapp, Fort Worth Riki Krezdorn, Austin Betty Jane Kuykendall, Dallas Linda Jean Logsdon, Austin Maedene Maedgen, Mathis Sally McCracken, Corpus Christi Shirley Kay McKinley, Houston Laura Anne Moore, San Antonio Sue Frances Mueck, Lockhart Paula Virginia Norman, Fort Worth Ella Jane Noyes, Kilgore Susan Clare O ' Neill, San Antonio Lou Parks, Houston Diana Parsons, Del Rio Carolyn Porter, Houston Linda Margaret Rellahan, Dallas Barbara Pat Renfro, Fort Worth Grace Marie Russell, Houston Julianne Seifert, Weimar Janiece Belle Simmons, Fort Worth Carol Ann Stokes, Encinal Marilyn Svadlenak, Taylor Mary Lynn Tucker, Austin Lee Paula Waggoner, Deer Park Jo Anne Walker, College Station Mary Ellis Walker, Grand Prairie Barbara Watts, Austin Pamela Ruth Weathers, Houston Peggy Wheeler, Houston Jo Anna White, Bryan Lynne Arden Williams, Dallas Rebecca Annette Wood, Atlanta rarri ' r :.,, Sara Mai) Susa Dian . . Wan Julia Erin) Top Kow. Htrndon, M. Anderson, S. Anderson, Audujor, Bailey, Ball, Barnit. Btlfcnop. Bell, Benton, Bloke, Bonin. Second Row Brannon, Breum, Brewer, Brmkerhoff, Brohard, C. Brown, S Brown. Bryon, Burleton. Burton. Colkmi, Carrico, Coggeiholl. Third Row. Coker, Collerain, Combs, Curlte, Daniels, Defftbach, Dete-. Dunnam. Duiek, Echols, Elliott, Ellison. Emery. Emmert DELTA GAMMA FACULTY ANNA MARIE CASWELL, Lecturer in Home Economics MARY BELL GRANGER JAMES, Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction SHIELA O ' GARA, Associate Professor and Director of Physical Train- ing for Women; Intramurals Director for Women JOSEPHINE HELEN STAAB, Professor of Home Economics FALL PLEDGES Merilee Joan Anderson, Baytown Virginia Mary Bailey, Freeport Lynda Marie Ball, Bryan Lorna Pearl Bell, San Angelo Carolyn Kathryn Benton, Fort Worth Mary Rebecca Blake, Corpus Christ! Patricia Eloice Brannan, Port Arthur Patricia Ann Breum, Dallas Danna Gene Brown, Austin Susan Brown, Austin Penlope Burleson, Austin Frances Kay Combs, Dallas Sara Jo Curlee, Sour Lake Deborah Daniels, San Antonio Mary Kathryn Dunnam, Port Lavaca Susan Virginia Emmert, Houston Martha Lugean Esten, College Station Diane Rae Frost, Dallas Cherie Sandra Hesse, Fort Worth Charlotte Louise Hooper, New Orleans, La. Ann Grace Hornsby, San Antonio Janet Claire Hunt, Baytown Martha Lynne Jones, Baytown Nancy Ann Kleir, Houston Julia Rebeccah Laird, Arlington Helen Doran Lundquist, Dallas Marsha Lee Mann, Amarillo Susan Matheny, Tyler Pamela Dilys McGee, Green Bay, Wis. Mary Elizabeth Merrett, Fort Worth Karen Lee Morgan, Abilene Patsy Kay Perkins, Jacksboro Sally Elizabeth Phillips, Fort Worth Lynne Marie Raschke, Fort Worth Barbara Anne Reese, Austin Sandra Jean Rein, Houston Elizabeth Jane Rumback, Long Beach, Calif. Glenadine Russell, Kilgore Emrys Ann Ryder, Austin Susan Smith, Houston Carol Lavon Strom, Snyder Barbara Ann Taylor, Beaumont Stasia Ann Tope, Houston Joan Gayle Vance, Houston Candy Weathers, Houston Kathryn Leroyce Westhoff, Edna Linda Ann White, Hutchinson, Kans. Suzanne Wiseman, San Antonio Betty Lou Zazvorka, Corpus Christ! SPRING PLEDGES Erin Marie Alessandra, Houston Philena Jane Morton, Austin Top Row: Eriksen, Esten, Evans, Farquhar, Finn. Second Row: Foster, Frost, Goode, Gordon, Griffin. Third Row: Hansen, Hesse, Hite, Hooper, Hornsby. Fourth Row: Hunt, Isely, M. Johnson, R. Johnson, Jones. Fifth Row: Kamrath, N. Kelly, Kitzmiller, Kleir, Klipple. Sixth Row: Klose, Knapp, Laird, Logsdon, Lundquist. Seventh Row: Maedgen, Matheny, McCracken, McGee, McKinley. Eighth Row: Merrett, Moore, Morgan, Mueck, Norman. Ninth Row: Parks, Parsons, Perkins, Phillips, Raschke. Tenth Row: Reese, Rein, Rellahan, Rumback, G. Russell. E eventh Row: G. M. Russell, Ryder, Seifert, Simmons, Smith. Twelfth Row: Strom, Taylor, Tope, Tucker, Vance. Thirteenth Row: Waggoner, M. Walker, Watts, Weathers, Westhoff. Fourteenth Row: Wheeler, L. White, Williams, Wood, Zazvorka. Page 381 i NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1917 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1934 OFFICERS Fall Spring JUDITH CAROL MARCUS President DORIS J. KATZ JUDITH ANN LIEBERMAN Firsf Vice-Presidenf ANNETTE FETTER GERALDINE GROSSMAN Second Vice-President. PHYLLIS RUTH SCHWARTZ MARY CARROLL Recording Secretary. RISA FAYE WOLFSON DORIS J. KATZ Treasurer. CHARNA ETTA BULBA MRS. SALLY GAINER, Housemofher MEMBERS Stephanie Hermina Amster, Austin Susan Frederica Amster, Austin Elaine Rachelle Borkon, Midland Harriet Bronstein, Galveston Charna Etta Bulba, Galveston Phyllis Estelle Bumar, Houston Mary Carroll, Shreveport, La. Judith Chapman, Shreveport, La. Judith Susan Co oper, Shelbyville, Tenn. Tanis Ellyn Cooper, Dallas Daveley Dubrow, Houston Arlene Carol Elster, Port Arthur Elka Fargotstein, Galveston Gayle Elizabeth Feldman, Dallas Annette Fetter, Waco Carole Ann Fine, San Angelo Harriet Ray Friedman, Houston Harriet Rae Gerick, Hillsboro Janice Elaine Goldberg, Houston Harriet Sue Goldf ield, Baytown Sharon Jean Goldstein, Dallas Susan Marion Greene, Miami Beach, Fla. Risa Faye Wolfson, Geraldine Grossman, El Paso Ruthlee Grossman, El Paso Marilyn N. Gutterman, Dallas Ruthe Sara Ignatoff, Houston Melissa Rose Kamille, Danville, III. Doris J. Katz, Galveston Brenda Diane Labovitz, Fort Worth Judith Ann Lieberman, Dallas Patricia Ann Lubel, San Antonio Sandra Faye Lusky, Houston Judith Carol Marcus, San Antonio Shirley Masinter, Dallas Cynthia Mae Miller, Waco Diane Gail Morchower, Dallas Judith Harlene Myers, Denver, Colo. Carole Yetta Sadovnick, Odessa Sharon Lynn Saxe, Dallas Phyllis Ruth Schwartz, Galveston Jacqueline Shapiro, Shreveport, La. Janet Marilyn Siegel, Dublin Marna Susan Tucker, Houston Sharon Wildstein, El Paso Denver, Colo. en) {Norn tone yndi aaS Top Jtowi Gointr, Abromion, S. H. Amsttr, S. F. Armttr, Borkon, Brooki. Bulbo, Bumar, Carroll, Chapman. J, Coop f, T. Cooptr. Second Jtow; Dubrow, Elittr, Faraotsttin, Feingold, Ftinjttin. M. Ftldman, Fint, Fntdmon. Galinn, Gtlttr, Gtfck, Goldbvrg DELTA PHI EPSILON FACULTY JOANNE M. RAVEL, Research Scientist IV, Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute FALL PLEDGES Beverly Ann Abramson, Dallas Phyllis Anita Brooks, Corpus Christi Pearl Feingold, San Antonio Michelle Ann Feldman, Dallas Terry Feinstein, Houston Leanore Galinn, El Paso Norma Geller, El Paso Annette Horwitz, Beaumont Linda Nell Hyman, San Antonio Kerry Ellen Karchmer, Houston Ina Rae Klein, Houston Sandra R. Konig, Houston Michele Kranz, Dallas Susan Ellen Levin, Gary, Ind. Dana Ester Levine, Houston Beth Louise Raden, Dallas Sue Ellen Rosenbloom, Houston Sharon Beverly Roth, Houston Karen Sue Schneider, Dallas Karen Jill Schwade, Dall as Merle Silverstein, Houston Maida Singer, Fort Worth Sharon Estelle Smith, Dallas Bettye Anna Springer, El Paso Lois Abbey Wainer, McAllen Rosalind S. Weltman, Corpus Christi SPRING PLEDGE Heleen Alise Simon, Corpus Christi - tjfr-. Top Row: Goldfield, Goldstein, Greene, G. Grossman. Second Row; R. Grossman, Gutterman, Horwitz, Hyman. Third Row.- Ignatoff, Kamille, Karchmer, Katz. Fourth Row: Klein, Konig, Kranz, Labovirz. Fifth Row-. Levin, Levine, Lubel, Lusky. Sixth Row: Marcus, Masinter, Miller, Morchower. Seventh Row: Myers, Raden, Rosenbloom, Roth. Eighth Row: Sadovniclc, Saxe, Schneider, Schwade. Ninth Row. Schwartz, Shapiro, Siegel, Silverstein. Tenth Row: Singer, Smith, Springer, Tucker. Eleventh Row: Wainer, Weltman, Wildstein, Wolfson. Page 383 X, NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1902 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1924 OFFICERS Fall DIANA VOLLINTINE President MARTHA AMELIA RUSSEU First Vice-President . . CAROL RAY BRIDGES Second Vice-Pres denf . SARAH JANE SMITH Recording Secretary . . BETTYE JANE CALDWEII Corresponding Secretary CAROL ANN SANDERS. . . Treasurer . . Spring . . . .SANDRA CARLA COOPER DONNA SUE NELSON . . . KAY ANDREA COLEMAN CAROL ANN SANDERS .DOROTHY JEAN FAMBROUGH . .AMY BRUYERE MRS. A. J. CALDWELL, Housemother MEMBERS Martha Jean Alexander, Austin Alice Elizabeth Ballard, Beeville Julia Anna Banks, Houston Zara Rayburn Bannister, San Antonio Sydney Jane Bass, El Indio Alice Ann Becker, Austin Elinore Ferol Benavides, San Antonio Betty Sue Bird, West Columbia Margaret Joy Bland, Austin Janet Boegli, Amarillo Carol Ray Bridges, Belton Judith Lynn Brisbois, Houston H. Arlene Bruchmiller, Goliad Amy Bruyere, Dallas Betty Jane Caldwell, Austin Marilyn Kaye Chadd, Big Spring Mary Joan Chalfont, San Antonio Kay Andrea Coleman, Austin Sandra Carla Cooper, Dallas Ann Louise Cunningham, Baytown Martha Ann Curtis, Dallas Judy Marie Davis, Fort Worth Marsha Dickey, Foft Worth Julianne Frances Dorsey, Llama, Mexico Susan R. Drake, Austin Dorothy Jean Fambrough, Houston Marie Frieda Fehmer, Dallas Janice Alma Gayle, Angleton Kathryn Adele Giddens, Austin Betty Gilbert, Houston Anita Elaine Groves, Spearman Claire Guarino, Austin Carole Elizabeth Hardy, Houston Carol Lynn Haworth, Richardson Jeanean Hill, Houston Elaine Hocott, Houston Sara Ann Hull, Jackson, Miss. Carol Elaine Jones, Houston Nancy Carolyn Jones, Houston Cathy Joyce Kruger, Vidor Ethlyn Arnold Kuhn, Houston Carol Maxine Lambert, Corpus Christ! Beryl Katherine Lee, Austin Patricia Ann Lesikar, Bay City Glynda Marie Lowther, Port Arthur Patsy Manning, Houston Barbara Ann Massey, Houston Mildred McDaniel, Houston Jewel Elyne Melton, Austin Ann Elizabeth Morris, San Antonio Carolyn Nagle, Gonzales Mary Elaine Naismith, Belton Donna Sue Nelson, Brownfield Linda North, Austin Karen Sue Parker, Hale Center Janet Octavia Peavy, Dallas Robbie Gene Pell, Houston Stephanie Lynne Price, Houston Nancy Carolyn Pugh, Austin Marilyn Diane Raborn, San Antonio Nancy Kate Renfro, Bay City Rebecca Ann Reynolds, San Jose, Costa Rica Judy Kay Roberta, Austin Dasa Lee Rowland, Del Rio Elizabeth Carolyn Rude, Austin Martha Amelia Russell, Austin Carol Ann Sanders, Houston Carolyn Schroeter, Austin Mary Virginia Schulz, Three Rivers Melinda Ann Smith, Lake Jackson Sarah Jane Smith, Pasadena Mary Elizabeth Southerland, Sulphur Springs Camilla Thomas, Sulphur Springs Jo Ann Thompson, Pampa Carolyn Anne Tull, Houston Mary Virginia Van Fleet, Fort Worth Diana Vollintine, Fort Worth Mary Alia White, Houston Mary Charlene Whitstine, Corpus Christ! Sandra Sue Wilcox, La Marque JfO Dean at irsrc Ja ' il Sett) Carol : ;,5 Emily Share teer My Janet lora Susar Cyria - And .: Elizal Mary Top How. Adorm, Ale.onder, Al lemon, Bollard, Bon hi, Banrmte ' . Bail, A. Becker, E. B cktr, BtckUy, BnOvid 1, Biggl. Bird. Blond. Second Wow Bobb, Boegb. Brwr, Bridget, Bmbon. Bruchmilltr, Bryan. Cod . Caldwell. Campbell. Chodd, Chalfonf. Coltman, Cooper Cunningham. Third How Curtii, Davit, Dtdtty, Dorwy, Drake, Duckett, Eaton. Fombrough, Fhmr, Fmlty. Fogg. Ford. Fritx. Fvlltr, GayU. ' DELTA ZETA FACULTY FRANCES LOCKHART, Administrative Secretary, Women ' s Residence Halls JOSLEEN LOCKHART, Associate Professor of Social Work FALL PLEDGES Carol Louise Adams, Dallas Deanna Alleman, Baytown Elisabeth Alice Becker, Austin Sharon Beckley, Austin Judith Ann Bethel, Odessa Sara Elizabeth Biggs, Austin Betty Cecile Bobb, Houston Patricia Elizabeth Brewer, Austin Judith Lynn Bryan, Austin Carolyn Grace Cade, Austin Nancy Jo Campbell, Houston Faye Duckett, El Campo Emily Jane Eaton, Dallas Sharon Marie Finley, Corpus Christ! Karen Fogg, Baton Rouge, La. Emily Ann Ford, Austin Janet Laverne Fritz, Bishop Loyce Jeannine Fuller, Lampasas Susan Lynn Grant, Fort Worth Norma Sue Harper, Houston Cyria Dell Harris, Angleton Ann Reed Heffington, Austin Anita Louise Holt, Spearman Amelia Mary Janssen, La Grange Joan Elaine Kainer, El Campo Elizabeth Camille Kelton, Dallas Barbara Jean Kunkel, Dallas Anne Lancaster, Corpus Christ! Katherine Kayrl Little, San Antonio Kathie Louise Lobdell, Dallas Nancy Virginia Loehman, San Antonio Joan LaNelle Loughmiller, Dallas Vicki Lois Lovelady, Temple Suzanne Mauk, Houston Jane Mitchell, Houston Kay Lynn Morrow, Baytown Susan Adelaide O ' Brien, Dallas Kay Marie Phillips, Waco Rosemary Ramsey, Temple Susan V. Robertson, La Grange Judith Ann Sanner, Houston Kay Carlton Solomon, Marshall Sandra Ann Sporn, Houston Barbara Ann Startzell, Corpus Christi Nan Baker Story, Arlington Kenna Janelle Stowell, Houston Jean Ellen Schwiening, Sonora Dolores Jo Toney, La Vernia Marilyn Elayne Trubenbach, Dallas Scherrie Lee Watson, Dallas Mary Ann Weinheimer, El Campo Janell Sue Williams, Beaumont Jane Marie Wofford, Austin Mary Ann Albrecht, Robstown PV;K -- SPRING PLEDGES Mary Caroline Smith, St. Louis, Mo. Top Row.- Giddens, Gilbert, Groves, Guarino, Hardy. Second Row.- Harper, Harris, Haworth, Heffington, Hill. Third Row.- Holt, Janssen, C. Jones, N. Jones, Kainer. Fourth Row-. Kuhn, Kunkel, Lambert, Lancaster, Lee. Fifth Row: Lesikar, Little, Lobdell, Loehman, Loughmiller. Sixth Row: Lovelady, Lowther, Manning, Massey, Mauk. Seventh Row.- McDaniel, Melton, Mitchell, Morrow, Nagel. Eighth Row: Nelson, North, Parker, Peavy, Pell. Ninth Row. Phillips, Price, Pugh, Raborn, Ramsey. Tenth Row: Renfro, Reynolds, Roberts, Robertson, Rowland. Eleventh Row: Rude, Russell, Sanner, Schroeter, Schulz. Twelfth Row: Schwiening, M. Smith, Solomon, Southerland, Sporn. Thirteenth Row. Startzelt, Stowell, Story, Thomas, Thompson. Fourteenth Row.- Trubenbach, Tull, Van Fleet, Vollintine, Watson. Fifteenth Row: Weinheimer, White, Whitsline, Williams, Wofford. Page 385 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1874 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1922 4 OFFICERS Fall Spring ANN KENNEDY VOIGHT President BETTYE SUE SWAIES CAROL ANNE ERDMANN Vice-President 1 DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL Corresponding Secretary FAYE FLORANCE CAROLYN ANN BARNES Recording Secretary PATRICIA DEAN COUCH BETTY LYNN McCoRMicK Treasurer PAULINE CHRISTINE LUCIA MRS. B. T. SAMPSON, Housemofrier MEMBERS Priscilla Adams, Dallas Nancy Shannon Atfison, Kerrville Sandra Gayle Anderson, Austin Linda Lorene Ayers, Dallas Linda Lee Barnebey, San Antonio Carolyn Ann Barnes, Austin Betty Sue Beall, Amarillo Candida Kay Berry, Odessa Margaret Anne Brady, Dallas Jan Bredt, Rockdale Mary Brooks Brewton, Hunt Carolyn Lois Burgess, Nacogdoches Marylen Sue Butler, Bellaire Mary Ruth Butler, Rusk Susan Lee Campbell, Houston Margaret Diane Carter, Jal, N. Mex. Patricia Dean Couch, Houston Joan Virginia Crouse, Mandan, N. Dak. Judith Glen Cunningham, Houston Betty Ann Dennard, Houston Mary Susan Dillard, Dallas Brenda Lea Dunn, Lubbock Carol Anne Erdmann, San Antonio Carolyn Evans, Midland Faye Florance, Houston Barbara Nell Fountain, Dallas Karen Hill Frank, Austin Victoria Elizabeth Frank, Houston Sarah Virginia Gatewood, Garland Jann Cecille Gray, Dallas Anita Lynn Hardy, Marshall Ann Hargrove, Dallas Ada Lou Hartman, Corpus Christi Elisabeth Ann Harvey, Austin Sharon L Hewitt, Houston Betty Louise Hieatt, Dallas Deborah Carolyn Howell, San Antonio Bonnie Christal Jonas, San Antonio Phyllis Mary Joseph, Austin Karen Kay Kirkland, San Antonio Judy Anne Laughlin, Dallas Sandra Lee Lawrence, Houston fop flow Sampson. Allison, Allmon, Anderson, Ard, Indl. Second flow. Brewton, Butler, Coldwell, Campbell, Dunn, Erdmonn, Florance. Third Row: Fountain, K. Frank, V. Frank, Gatewood Hieatt. Houchmi. Howell. Jane Ann Leach, Pasadena Jeanne Lee, Honolulu, Hawaii Pauline Christine Lucia, Houston Mary Ruth Magruder, Houston Deirdre Catharine Malkemus, Austin Barbara Jane Mathews, Austin Sue Janice Mathis, Sour Lake Barbara Ann May, Karnes City Betty Lynn McCormick, Dallas Nancy Lynne McDonald, San Antonio Maureen Vera Mooney, Dallas Nancy Pat Nelson, Austin Mary Frayser Perry, Dallas Carol Alice Prouty, Tyler Gwynneth Evelyn Rruitt, Atlanta Frances Alicia Reddick, Austin Tommie Jane Redman, Grand Prairie Joyce Ann Rhodenbaugh, Beaumont Barbara Gene Roberts, Austin Judy Carolyn Roemer, Port Lavaca Sally Christine Rundquist, Houston Sandra Hope Sabean, Dallas Heidi Suzanne Schneider, Pampa Joyce Clare Schuhmacher, Austin Valarie Scott, Nacogdoches Carolyn Jean Simms, Houston Mary Ann Smith, Dallas Julie Francine Sorrell, Austin Linda Jean Stallones, Dallas Connie Lou Stearns, Dallas Julia Ann Steed, Dallas Sharon Stolz, Dallas Judy Anne Stringer, Houston Carmen Maureen Studdert, Houston Bettye Sue Swales, San Antonio Nancy Ellen Thrift, Houston Barbara Jean Tosch, Bonham Jean Townsend, Dallas Ann Tucker, Austin Ann Kennedy Voight, Houston Dorothy Helen Wierth Ayeri, Baity, Bmkler. Barnes, Beall. Bennett, Blaiek, Brady. Brandiletter, Carl, Carpenter, Copeland. Couch. Cowan, Cunningham. Dennord. Dillord, , Gray, Gueruel, A. Hardy. L. Hardy, Hartman, Harvey. Hedrick, Hewitt, Caro Ella ..: Jean -- ' .:-. .: ' .:- Dian, Fran : - GAMMA PHI BETA FACULTY HARRIET L. BLACKSTOCK, Senior Clerk, Physical Training for Women DOROTHY CLIFFORD, Assistant Professor of Speech SUE CORRELL JAMES, Administrative Secretary, Office of the President LORA LEE PEDERSON, Professor and Director, Graduate School of Social Work PLEDGES Linda Anya Allman, Dallas Rose Mary Ard, Nacogdoches Carolie Ann Baity, Garland Elizabeth Barkley, Bay City Judith Ann Bennett, Dallas Mary Joann Blazek, Liberty Judy Carol Blye, Houston Jeanne Brandstetter, Houston Jeanne Wray Brown, Fort Sam Houston Victoria Bush Caldwell, Houston Nola Mai Carl, New Braunfels Carolyn Carpenter, Farmersville Annie Laurie Copeland, San Antonio Carol Marie Cowan, Houston Mary Frances Evans, Dallas Stephanie Gay Guenzel, Houston Lana Susane Hardy, Marshall Jo Ann Hedrick, Houston Janell Annette Houchins, Pasadena Sandra Elizabeth Jarrott, Woodville Diana Dale Johnson, Dallas Frances Anne Jones, Nacogdoches Iris Coylene Mahan, Nixon Marion Martin, Dallas Elizabeth Ann McBrine, Austin Ellen Jeanne McCaughan, Corpus Christ! Beverly Ann McLarty, Dallas Jeannette Merriman, Throckmorton Rita Virginia Mims, Dallas Michael Allison Mizell, Texarkana Jeri Lynn Mooney, Marshall Susan Zemma Murrell, Houston Sandra Jane Pinkerton, Brownsville Cindy Ann Pledger, Beaumont Anita Louise Preston, San Antonio Susan C. Roach, Graham Darlene Ann Rollins, San Antonio Marilyn Margaret Savage, Dallas Anne Schoeneck, Dallas Cynthia Lee Shoptaw, Dallas Mary Cornelia Spinks, Houston April Lynne lacker, San Antonio Martha Tipps, Wichita Falls Elizabeth Evelyn Towles, Houston Judy Tucker, Austin Sarah Janice Upchurch, Point Comfort Jane Ramsey Voight, Houston Linda Gay Vowell, Fort Worth Penny Lee Watters, Houston Christina Ann Werner, Wichita Falls Elaine Lee Williams, Fort Sam Houston Marion Cathy Ziller, Austin Top Row.- Jarrott, Johnson, Jonas, Jones, Kirlcland. Second Row: Laughlin, Lawrence, Leach, Lee, Lucia. Third Row: Mahan, Martin, Mathis, May, McBrine. Fourth Row.- McCaughan, McCormick, McDonald, McLarty, Merriman. Fifth Row: Mizell, J. Mooney, M. Mooney, Murrell, Nelson. Sixth Row: Perry, Pinkerton, Pledger, Preston, Prouty. Seventh Row.- Pruitt, Reddick, Redman, Rhodenbaugh, Roach. Eighth Row: Roemer, Rollins, Rundquist, Sabean, Savage. Ninth Row. Schneider, Schoeneck, Scott, Shoptaw, Simms. Tenth Row: Smith, Sorrell, Spinks, Stallones, Stearns. Eleventh Row: Steed, Stringer, Studdert, Swales, Tacker. Twelfth Row.- Thrift, Tipps, Tosch, Towles, Townsend. Thirteenth Row. A. Tucker, J. Tucker, Upchurch, J. Voight, Vowell. Fourfeenfh Row: Watters, Werner, Wierth, Williams, Ziller. Page 387 4 . NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1870 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 Fall MARY STEWART THOMAS. . . BETTY ANN CONRAD AGNES CATHERINE MANION . JOANNE MARY SWEET MARGARET STRECKMANN . . OFFICERS Spring President CHARLENE MELDEN Vice-Pres denf EVALYN ANTOINETTE BICKNELI . . . . Corresponding Secrefary CATHERINE WOMACK Treasurer MARY LINDA LEWIS Recording Secretary MARY WARE MRS. G. M. BROWN, Housemofher MEMBERS Lynn Ann Alexander, Dallas Jud th Janice Alfred, Wichita Falls Judith Ann Anderson, Houston Carolyn M. Arnim, Corpus Christi Mary Michael Austin. Houston Diane Bone. Beaumont Emily Chauncey Barrett, Houston Evolyn Antoinette Bicknell, Dalloi Kay Campbell Banner, Abilene Betty Jane Brown, Cleburne Joan Whilelow Browning, San Antonio Joanne Bruni, Laredo Ann Louise Burnett, Dallas Carolyn Frances Burton, Houston Mary Margaret Carlson, Dallas Kay Carothers, Sulphur Spring Shawn Adele Carpenter. Corpus Christ! Sue Chenher. Son Antonio Bette Jo Childers, Houston Nancy Carolyn Cochran. Lubbock Nancy Kay Cole, Houston Mar. on Edith Conn, Corpus Christ! Betty Ann Conrad, Houston Patricia Gail Cook, Waco Kate Ellis Coopwood, Lockhart Lenita Kay Davis, Corpus ChristJ Deanno Dorchester, Marble Falls Emily Shannon Dyke, Marshall Susan Reed Dyke, Houston Richard Neat Eddleman, Houston Elizabeth Ellen Elkins, Dallas Diane E. Ellinger, San Antonio Clare E Foran, Corpus Christi Alice Olivia Ford, Son Antonio Susan Chappell Ford, Lubbock Frann Fuller, Beaumont Ruth E. Gillett, Canul ' llo Anne Starck Meaner, Brownsville Diana Hornberger, Houston Audra Jane Jorni, Houston Kyra Anne Kerr, Houston Letitia Lee Kinzboch, Houston Sollip Anne Klep, Houston Mary Eleanor Knupp, Amarillo Martha Gay Kokernot, Victoria Perry Ellen LoRue, Corpus Christi Linda Katheryn Lee, Dallas Ruth Ann Lewis, Dallas Mary Linda Lewis, Dallas Ann Forsyth Lloyd, Washington, D. C. Mary Downing Longaker, Dallas Lynne Millett Lowry, Austin Alice Ann Lynch, Houston Agnes Catherine Manion, Midland Evelyn Morie Manion, Midland Dorothy Cheville Mazur. Port Arthur Mary Lou McDoniel, Austin Jeanne McLain, Dallas N. Ann McNamara, Austin Charlene Metden, Edinburg Barbara Edith Molten, Dallas M. Grace Moore, Navasota Jone O Ferrall Moss, San Angela Nancy Jane Nelson. Wichita Falls Gretchen Dowling Neuhoff, Dallas Cynthia Beach Newton, Son Antonio Branch Louise Northrup, Austin Winifred K. Otis. Waco Day Podgitt, San Antonio Judy Gray Pennington, Houston Mary Martha Pennington, Son Antonio Mary Jane Pratscher. Houston Cholc M. Rugeley. Bay City Sara Ann Sanborn, McAllen Elvo Sanders, Houston Patricia Ann Scott, Austin Judy Shields. Victoria Mary Monroe Shigley, Lake Jackson Cecelia Ann Small, Austin Martha Celeste Smith, Houston Patsy Jane Smith, Houston Linda Jane Snow, Laredo Toby Kay Stall, Fort Worth Anobel Stelfox, Houston Susan Lee Stephen, Galveston Margaret Streckmann, Dallas Gail Stroker, New Braunfels Mary Sharp Swayze, Greenwood, Miss. Joanne Mary Sweet, Houston Sally Lou se Teeple, Dallas Carolyn Eloyne Terry, Dallas Mary Stewart Thomas. Navasoto Arleen Roy Trowbndge. Tyler Nancy Gene Tucker, Beaumont Mary Loune Wagenfuehr, New Braunfels Mary Ware. Corpus Chr.sfi Jon W. Washington, Austin Mary Elizabeth White, Dallas Judith Kathryn Whilthurst, Bellaire Rosemary Wh.tei ' de, Lubbock Ed ' th Jackson Whttendge, Houston Joan Willoughby, Groves Elizabeth Winfrey, Houston Catherine Womack, Houston Top Row: Adams, Alexander. Andrus, J. Austin, Bailie, Bant, Bicknell, Blotr, Breath, Burnett. Burton. Butcher, Carothers. Car- penter. Second flow.- Chapman, Childtn. Qiildfess, Cochran, Cole, Conrad, Cook, Coopwood, Davis, Dovol, Dorchestef, E. Dyke. Elkint. Flaitz. KAPPA ALPHA THETA FACULTY MARGARET ANN HAMILTON, Teaching Assistant in English FALL PLEDGES Judith Arvin Adams, Beaumont Katherine Verna Andrus, Port Arthur Judy Austin, Dallas Martha Grace Bailey, San Antonio Patricia Louise Bailie, Dallas Lydia Blair, Houston Elizabeth McCutcheon Breath, Corpus Christi Clara Lou Butcher, Midland Estelle Anne Callcott, Kerrville Judith Camp, Pecos Glenda Frances Carlson, Dallas Elizabeth Valerie Chambers, Dallas Nancy Carleton Chapman, Dallas Gene lle Childress, Omona Elizabeth Hayes Davol, Austin Susan Berkley Ferguson, Houston Jane Flaitz, Houston Carroll Clare Gordon, Houston Cordelia Carol Harrington, Austin Orra Christine Hartfelder, Dallas Susan Phillips Hatchett, Houston Carol Glee Ingram, Midland Virginia Marie Jensen, San Antonio Cynthia Louise Johnson, Fort Worth Carolyn Alexandria Kern, McAllen Maria Lucas Burke, Houston Lynda Knapp, Houston Ann Bryant Knickerbocker, Houston Lillian Marie Mahone, San Antonio Diana Janet Millwee, Dallas Nancy Portwood Monday, Houston Merrie Carol Muir, San Antonio Joanne Nelson, Fort Worth Mary Ann Noll, Falfurrias Caroline Kell O ' Donohoe, Wichita Falls Charlotte Jean Peay, Midland Frances Marion Pruett, Austin Rebecca Anne Ransdell, Dallas Wanda Louise Roark, Nacogdoches Elizabeth Pringle Shigley, Lake Jackson Sue Virginia Siddons, Fort Worth Myra Anne Stanley, Amarillo Linda Wheat Steinhauser, Austin Margaret Cathcart Stone, Amarillo Susan Richardson Syers, Ingram Edna Frances Terry, Dallas Mary Helen Thomas, Austin Bette Barton Vaughn, Tyler Kathryn Penelope Warren, Wichita Falls Ethel Lowdon Wiley, Fort Worth Alexandra Quintard Wyatt-Brown, Beaumont SPRING PLEDGES Kate Wyatt Myer, Houston -x 7op Row: Foran, A. Ford, S. Ford, Fuller. Second Row: GMIett, Harrington, Hatchett, Ingram. Third Row: Jenson, Kern, Kinzbach, Knapp. Fourfh Row: Knickerbocker, Knupp, LaRue, R. Lewis. Fifth Row: Lloyd, Longaker, Mahone, Melden. Sixth Row: Monday, Moss, Muir, J. Nelson. Seventh Row. N. Nelson, Neuhoff, Newton, Noll. Eighth Row: Peay, J. Pennington, M. Pennington, Pratscher. Ninth Row: Ransdell, Roark, Rugeley, Sanders. Tenth Row: E. Shigley, M. Shigley, Siddons, Snow. Eleventh Row: Stall, Stanley, Steinhauser, Stephen. Twelfth Row: Stone, Streckmonn, Stroker, Sweet. Thirteenth Row: Syers, Terry, M. H. Thomas, M. S. Thomas. Fourteenth Row: Tucker, Warren, Whiteside, Womock. Page 389 II . NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1870 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1902 OFFICERS Fall Spring MARGARET FAYE YEAGLEY President FRANCIS ANN DRAKE VIRGINIA ANNE WALKER V ce-Presidenf RAY REIMERS TAGGART NANCY ELIZABETH PATTERSON Recording Secretary HARRIET SCHOCH KAY COWAN Corresponding Secrefary MEREDITH FERGUSON GAIL SCHIESSEIMAN Treasurer HARRIET GARDNER WILLIAMS MRS. O. D. WORTHLEY, Housemofher MEMBERS Carolyn Sage Allen, Lufkin Mary Ann Allen, Gonzales Mory Bond Austin, San Antonio Barbara Lynn Baker, Son Antonio Ann Elizabeth Barbeck. Dallas Barbara Kay Beol. Austin Madeleine Alann Bedford, Fort Worth Paula Louise Berthelot, Victoria Patti Amanda Birge. Sherman Krtitin Borglund. Shaker Hts., Ohio Sarah Blaine Brewster, Forth Worth Beverly Anne Brindley, Temple Tennie Marie Bush, Midland Elizabeth Spencer Calloway, San Antonio Helena Spencer Calloway, San Antonio Ann Blake Campbell, Son Antonio Lynne Riggar Choney, San Antonio Judy Ann Chase, Houston Patricia Tish Compron, Corpus Christi Kay Cowan, Hillsboro Mary Cecilia Cravens, Arlington Mary Edna Crawford, Beaumont Dona Lee Croft, Odessa Alice Allee Curtis, Amanllo Francis Ann Drake. Wellington Bette Drushel, Houston Rhetta Roberta Duty, Houston Lila Dianne Dwyer, Houston Acio Lee Elliott, Houston Nancy Claire Eppwright, Austin Lufa Lynn Ethendge, El Paso Carole Sue Fenogho, Houston Meredith Ferguson, Dallas Jacqueline Fermaud, Fort Worth Linda Lee Fields, San Angela Catherine Ann Flannery, San Antonio Beverly Ann Gibson, Midland Lonette Glasscock, San Antonio Karolyn Kay Granbery, Austin Mary Grace Greenwood, Houston Margaret McLean Greer. Houston Laune Lee Hargis, San Antonio Bobbie Ann Harper, San Antonio Shelia Elaine Hart, Groves Letitio Lewis Hortmon, Victoria Vivian Lee Harlman, Dallas Ann Karen Haun, Fort Worth Jane Kendale Hufend ck, Arlington Deryl Ann Hull, Tyler Janet Ann Jones, Amarillo Bilfie Jack Knox, Grand Prairie Karol Anne Kolter, Beaumont Maxine Rebecca Krueger, Victoria Suzanne Bernice LoMoster, Houston Linda Lanham, Temple Ann Bordon Lipscomb, Houston Patricia Ann Lubben, Dallas Mary Lynde " Luckel. Houston Nancy Molone, Wesloco Martha Ann Marks, Midland Barbara Ann Martin, Tyler Mory Morgan Maze. Temple Melaney Jean McAfee, Amarillo Anne Man McCullough. Houston Ann Miller, Son Antonio Mary Kothryn Miller, Houston Sharon Diane Mitchell, Midland Linda Jan Morris. Hillsboro Lucia Ann Nettle. Dallas Joan Mann Newkirk. Fort Worth Sherwood Noel, Odessa Kothryn Phoebe Odom, Beaumont Nancy Elizabeth Patterson, Midland Cynthia Lee Pendergrass. Dallas Nancy Green Pollard, Houston Mary Jock Puckeft. McAllen Patricia Ann Readinger, Forf Worth Betty Field Reogor, Dallas Kay Reese, Houston Donna Rachel Richardson, Houston Carrie May Robertson, Houston Frances Ronshousen. Port Arthur Karen Louise Scarborough, Fort Worth Gail Schlesselman, College Station Harriet Schoch, Dallas Helen Hughetta Shell. Fort Worth Mory Elizabeth Smith, Houston Janet Mabel Spencer, Corpus Christi Beverly Ann Stevenson, Port Arthur Roy Reimers Taggart, Corpus Christi Sommie Lynn Taylor, Corpus Qiristi Catherine Margaret Terry, Austin Susan Jane Turner, Beaumont Eleanor Ann Tyler, Austin Effie Minelrno Tyng, Houston Virginia Waldrop. San Antonio Ann Charlotte Walker, Beaumont Virginia Anne Walker, Austin Barbara Terence Walsdorf, Son Antonio Mabel Dundan Wetgel, Austin Patricia Raye West. Jacksonville Jeriann Whitcomb, Houston Kioto Roe Woodul. Lomesa Charlotte Ba.rd Will, ami. Fort Worth Harriet Gardner Williams. Dallas Mary Heather Wren, Houston Margaret Fay Yeogley, Dallas A Top Row C Allen, Austin, Boker, Bedford, Bell, Birge, Borglund. Boroughs, Brindley, A. Brown, G. Brown, Suchek. Second Row Bush, E. Calloway. H. Calloway, Chase, Clarke. Cowper, Crocker, D. Daniel, J. Daniel, M. Daniel, Doss, Drake, Dunlop. Third How Duty, Dwyer, Elliott, Ingrid Angeliko Elienhans. English, Etheridge. Fenoglio. Fermaud, Fields, Gibson, Granbery. Graham, Green, Greer. 1 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA FACULTY HELEN JANE FARABEE, Student Group Advisor, Student Life Staff MARGARET PECK, Dean of Women LUCY RATHBONE, Professor of Home Economics FALL PLEDGES Alice Virginia Bell, Houston Rilla June Boroughs, Dallas Ann Connor Brown, Austin Garnett Dowell Brown, Houston Nancy Louise Buchek, San Antonio Teresa Blythe Clark, Austin Ellen Martha Clarke, Lufkin Jane Carolyn Cowper, Big Spring Carolyn Crooker, Houston Deanna Daniel, Austin Jean Houston Daniel, Austin Madeline Terrell Daniel, Temple Theresa Doss, San Angelo Cecilia Dunlap, Dallas Linda Burgin English, Beaumont Marian Carolyn Graham, Chicago, II Patricia Ann Green, Beaumont Mary Terry Haun, Fort Worth Alice Jane Hooker, Abilene Judith Ann Houghton, Midland Sharon Kimberley Hurst, Longview Sarah Anne Jones, Houston Judy Latimer Jordan, Palestine Elizabeth Swann Marsh, Tyler Anne Dalton McClendon, Tyler Suzanna Valerie McBride, Brownsville Valentine Loreste McKay, Austin Arabella Jester Miner, Groves Elizabeth Victoria Mobley, Houston Susan Claire Moore, Dallas Judy Garnett Parker, Wichita Falls Lyndall Allen Pech, Houston Marjorie Kay Peebles, Houston Anne Peterson, Austin Nancy Duncan Powell, Houston Jackalyn Rainosek, Odessa Molly Shulman, Kilgore Mary Helen Strauss, Houston Lucijane Strozier, San Antonio Barbara Ann Sublett, Dallas Judy Ann Sutton, Amarillo Mary Jane Taylor, San Antonio Penelope Ellen Taylor, Amarillo Karen Tellepsen, Houston Jeanne Dorothy Van Zant, Fort Worth Josephine Welder, Beeville Diane Hunt Wilder, Austin Catherine Jane Wilson, Lubbock Suzanne Womack, San Antonio Cynthia Lou Wright, San Antonio SPRING PLEDGES Shelley Blount Flato, Barrington, III. Miley Frances Tucker, Beaumont fop Row; Hargis, Harper, A. Haun, T. Haun, Hurst. Second Row.- J. Jones, S. Jones, Jordan, Knox, LaMaster. Third Row: Lanham, Lipscomb, Marks, Marsh, Martin. Fourth Row: McAfee, McBride, McClendon, McCullough, McKay. Fifth Row: A. Miller, M. Miller, Miner, Mobley, Moore. Sixth Row: Morris, Newkirk, Pech, Peebles, Pendergrass. Seventh Row: Peterson, Pollard, Powell, Rainosek, Readinger. Eighth Row: Reagor, Reese, Richardson, Robertson, Ronshausen. Ninth Row: Schlesselman, Schoch, Shell, Shulman, Smith. Tenfh Row: Spencer, Strauss, Strozier, Sublett, Sutton. Eleventh Row. Taggart, M. Taylor, Tellepsen, Tyler, Tyrtg. Twelfth Row-. Waldrop, A. Walker, V. Walker, Walsdorf, Weigel. Thirteenth Row: Welder, Whitcomb, Wilder, C. Williams, H. Williams. Fourteenth Row-. Wilson, Womack, Wren, Wright, Yeagley. Page 39 J NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1852 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1913 OFFICERS Fall Spring PHYLLIS ANN BYARS President JEANETTE LEONARD MARIANNE MACLARY V ce-Pres dent BARBARA JUNE MILLER JANICE KAY DURR Recording Secretary VEDA LETITIA RUSSELL MARGARET WHITTON HALEY Pledge Director LYNN NEWMAN HADAWAY VEDA LETITIA RUSSELL Treasurer MAY ELIZABETH FOWLER MRS. GERTRUDE MARTIN, Housemother MEMBERS Ellen Vail Buel, San Antonio Jane Carol Bugg, Houston Phyllis Ann Byars, Blanco Frances Anne Childre, Dallas Carol Dean Coleman, Houston Janice Kay Durr, Edwardsville, III. Annetta Jane Eastwood, Daingerfield Marie Josephine Eickmann, Austin Mary Lynne Farrell, Moss Point, Miss. May Elizabeth Fowler, Austin Bess Guggolz, Brenham Lynn Newman Hadaway, Athe ns, Ga. Margaret Whitton Haley, Fort Worth Elizabeth Anne Jennings, Austin Beverly Eileen Ledwith, Burlingame, Calif. Jeanette Leonard, Johnson City Virginia Lynn Lucas, Baytown Marianne Maclary, Dallas Patricia Diane Mayhall, Pasadena Lorene Meadow, Donna Barbara June Miller, Dallas Patricia Ann Osburn, Moss Point, Miss. Veda Letitia Russell, Austin Nancy Carol Tempero, Austin Mary Withers Trotter, Houston fop flow; Martin, Bothm, Bryant, Bugg, Byan, Colemon. Dement, Dupres, Durr Second How Eajfwood. Forrtll. Guggolz. Hodo ay, Haley, Hooper, Hunt, Hunter, Lamon. PHI MU FACULTY ESTHER JANE WOOD HALL, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Administration Lois BAIRD TRICE, Assistant Professor of English PLEDGES Emily Ann Boehm, San Antonio Judy Bryant, Weimar Christanna Cantrell, Houston Willetta Dement, Austin Carolyn Louise Duprez, Austin Patricia Ann Hooper, Fort Worth Janet Ann Hunt, Pasadena Victoria Lee Hunter, Fort Worth Emily Ann Lamon, San Antonio Lana Claude Lancaster, Hamlin Frances Ann Nussbaum, Galveston Alma Louise Robinson, Beaumont Mary Ann Schramel, Austin Ruth Louise Schurman, San Antonio Ethelda Muriel Smith, Throckmorton Nicholia Ann Stenzel, Houston Nancy Lou Swift, Wichita Falls Pauline Tollefson, Groves Flora Louise Tracy, Carlsbad, N. Mex. Ann Elizabeth Tucker, Corpus Christ! Lenora Lee Woods, Orlando, Fla. Top Row: Lancaster, Ledwtfh. Second Row.- Leonard, Lucas. Third Row: Maclary, Miller. Fourth Row: Nussbaum, Osburn. Fifth Row: Robinson, Russell. Sixth Row: Schramel, Schurman. Seventh Row: Smith, Stenzel. Eighth Row: Swift, Tempero. Ninth Row-. Tollefson, Tracy Tenth Row: Tucker, Woods. Page 393 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1867 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1902 I 1 OFFICERS Fall Spring MARILYN EDITH ALLEN President NANCY JEAN COTTON ELIZABETH ANN SHATTO Vice-President NANCY ELIZABETH HILL HELEN PATTERSON DAYVAULT Corresponding Secretary ANN CHILES JOHANNE REPPER Recording Secretary HELEN PATTERSON DAYVAULT ELIZABETH THOMSON JONES Treasurer MICHAEL JEAN COLTON MRS. KATHRYN SHIRLEY, Housemofher MEMBERS Sara Alexander, Dallas Leila Louiie Allen, Calvert Marilyn Edith Allen, San Antonio Cora Louise Amerman, Houston Annabelle Sieves Aniley, Son Antonio Mary Jane Bahan, Son Antonio Evelyn Eliie Beular, Houston Solly Belle Brockschmidl, Houston Penelope Hole Brooks, Abilene Stephanie Jana Buchahan, Hot Springs. Ark. Barbara Adele Buchel, Dallas Meta Camille Butler, Austin Ann Chiles, Austin Nan Elizabeth Chipley, San Antonio Sue Riven Chipley, San Antonio Kay Elaine Clark, Dallas Carol Dashiell Cockrell, Houston Linda Joyce Coleman, McKinney Martha Corn-lie Collett, Fort Worth Michael Jean Colton, San Antonio Nancy Jean Cotton, Dallas Julia Corley, Austin Helen Patterson Dayvault, Altoir Loretta Ann Dennard, Dallas Anne Douglas, Dallas Mary Diane Dowling, El Dorado, Aid. Julia Aurelia Dudley, Comanche Joanne Arnold Edmunson, Houston Faith Ford, La Mar que Patricia Brenayz Fullingim, Odessa Carmen Wren Fulton, Midland Sally Duggar Gray, Corpus Christ! Michelle Guillot, Dallas Linda Lois Heath, Austin Ann Hendryx, Port Arthur Diane Higgins, Dallas Nancy Elizabeth Hill, Austin Elizabeth Macey Hodges, Austin Margaret Coleen Johnson, Tyler Nancy Beth Johnson, Dallas Linda Lou Johnston, Terrell Elizabeth Thomson Jones, Dallas Janis Jones, Wichita Falls Lalio Elizabeth Jones, Waco Velmo Jane Jordan, Austin Alice Therese Kean, Fort Worth Carolyn India Kerr, Fort Worth Ayree Jane Klotz, Henderson Lynda Virginia Londreth, Fort Worth Colette Renee Lebourg, Houston Linda Ann Lewis, Son Antonio Moselle Archer Mallett, Houston Dorothy Ma lone, Houston Marsha Keith Manatt, Houston Mary Moncure Matthews, Houston Nancy Baker Maxwell, Dallas Mary Kay McFarland, Houston Patricia Ann McGuire, Dallas Anne Terrell McKnight, Dallas Susan Bell Metz. Dallas Katty Koye Mullendore Pawhusko, Oklo. Martha Kay Northington. Bellinger Eleanor Dale Oliver. Dallas Jessie Fay Oliver, Midland Virginia Mary Oxford. Beaumont Margaret Ozella Pace, Dallas Jane Parker. Dallas Louon Paris, Lamesa Marietta Payne. Austin Pene Pettit, Dallas Susan Avery Phinney, Austin Dale Earle Porter, Bryan Suian Roberts Reed, Austin Lucy Fay Reinking, Dallas Johanne Repper, Fort Worth Kay Rhine, Tyler Linda Nan Richards, Houston Gait Frances Robinson, San Antonio Barbara Letitia Rogers, San Antonio Mary Elizabtth Rogers, Austin Suzanne Marie Scibienski, Corpus Christi B. Marion Scivatly, Houston Selma Ann Scrutchin, San Marcos Catherine Elizabeth Searcy, Son Antonio Catherine Eugenia Searls, Houston Eleanor Jane Seewald, Beaumont Jo Anne Sharman, Houston Elizabeth Ann Shatto, Columbus Julie Shaw. Houston Carolyn Dale Shirley, Galveston Nan Jane Signor, Lubbock Martha Ann Sloan, Corpus Christ! Beverly June Smith, Rotan Helen Lynn Smith, Houston Jane Douglas Smith, Dallas Jane Stotts, Dallas Sandra Elizabeth Street, Graham Annabel! Ellen Sweeney, San Antonio Sue Edmunda Swenson, Fort Worth Lucy Elzine Toland, Dallas Gini Milner Vetter, Houston Ruth Scott Wainright, Houston Alice Lockett Wheless, Houston Audrey MocBlain Willers, Missouri City DeeOee Valerie Williams, Austin Louie Jane Woodward, Dallas Patricia Arrington Woolen, Columbus Jane Elaine Yeaton, Austin Top tow J. Alexander. I. Allen. Allison, Amacler, Aulrey. laird. Ball. 6erkmon, Bray. Brimmade. Broctlchmidl, Brooki Second Kow Buchanan, A. Chiln. C. Chilts, N. Chipley. S. Chipley, Chriit.t. Clark, Cockcell, Colemort Collon, Coopw. Cory, Cotton, Doyvault. Thitd low: Douglas, Driicoll, Firguton, Filch, Fogarly, Ford, Francil, Fulton, Gilbert, Gum, Gu.llot, Helrm, H.ggini. Houiton llfRSSSBHlR I B ' o ' on ' K ' g Ir jf w | kr f J - ?5nAnrt!r4 v fiiBi5! N V. V w . jk. J . xF . Vk. [ w . PI BETA PHI FALL PLEDGES Jayne Alexander, Houston Ann Allison, Graham Jeanne Richey Amacker, Beaumont Cecile Curlin Autrey, Waxahachie Tamara Lyn Baird, Houston Anita Louise Bell, San Antonio LaTrell Berkman, Austin Ruthann Bray, Austin Carol Ann Brinsmade, Houston Nancy Jane Campbell, Tyler Carol Ann Chiles, Fort Worth Kay Christie, Houston Kay M. Closuit, Fort Worth Anne Cooper, Alice Carol Ann Cory, San Antonio Julia Carmen Denton, Houston Alice Ann Driscoll, Austin Gay Ferguson, Dallas Julia Ann Fitch, Eagle Pass Caryn Fogarty, Dallas Eugenia Francis, Longview Linda Gilbert, Austin Margaret Gray, Austin Rollin Ann Guess, Dallas Sarah Jackson Helms, Dallas Carol Ross McGown, Houston SPRING PLEDGES Helen Elizabeth Houston, Kilgore Mary Lee Jones, Dallas Jan Jopling, Paris Susan Jane Kahn, Little Rock, Ark. Melinda Kendall, Houston Dorothy Margaret Key, Dallas Carol Glee Lorette, Odessa Jane Goode Lynn, Dallas Allie Page Matthews, Houston Linda Bragg McDaniel, San Antonio Elizabeth Withers Mecom, Houston Rachel Cornelia Merriman, Houston Sally Middleton, San Antonio Roberta Jean Nelson, Houston Virginia Alma Nelson, Midland Margaret Warren Pope, Fort Worth Mary Jane Riley, San Antonio Anne Pinckney Samuel, Lubbock Martha Elizabeth Sealy, Fort Worth Mary Leslie Shults, Dallas Mary Sue Strube, Fort Worth Mary Sandra Sweeney, Brownsville Judith Burnell Tucker, Houston Mary Vance Tucker, San Antonio Betty Lea Walker, Houston Eden VanZandt, Fort Worth m I Un u VjJr r ii . - Top Row: N. Johnson, Johnston, E. Jones, J. Jones. Second Row.- L. Jones, M. Jones, Jopling, Kahn. Third Row; Kerr, Key, Klotz, Landreth. Fourth Row: Lynn, Mallett, Malone, A. Matthews. Fifth Row: Maxwell, McDaniel, McGuire, McKnight. Sixth Row: Merriman, Metz, Middleton, R. Nelson. Seventh Row: V. Nelson, Oxford, Pace, Parker. Eighth Row: Parks, Pettit, Porter, Reed. Ninth Row: Reinking, Rhine, Richards, Riley. Tenth Row: Robinson, Scrutchin, Sealy, Seewald. Eleventh Row: Sharman, Shatto, Shaw, Shirley. Twelfth Row: Shults, Sloan, Stotts, Street. Thirteenth Row-. Strube, M. Sweeney, Toland, M. Tucker. Fourteenth Row: Wainright, Walker, Williams, Woolen. Page 395 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1917 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1938 Fall MEREDITH CLAIRE SCHLOSBERG. JUDITH ADELE PEINE ALENE LOUISE Ross , KATE SYDNEY BADASH BETSY PERLMAN . . OFFICERS Spring President GWENDOLYN Socoi First Vice-President HARRIETT LYNN PAINE .... Second V ce-President AIENE LOUISE Ross Recording Secretary SHIRLEY LOUISE RACUSIN ... Corresponding Secrefary SHERYL ANN KATZ MRS. W. R. TAYLOR, Housemother MEMBERS Judith Elaine Abrams, Corpus Christ! Rachelle Maye Applebaum, Marshall Kate Sydney Badash, Houston Judith Rosalynd Baron, Sioux City, Iowa Felice Maxine Brenner, Memphis, Tenn. Stephanie Chernikowski, Beaumont Barbara Sue Daily, Richmond Rosalyn Dale Estroff, Augusta, Ga. Carol Barbara Feld, Houston Janelle Maxine Fox, Dallas Debra Galoob, Longview Audrey Goldberg, Beatrice, Nebr. Natalie Goldreyer, Corpus Christ! Natalie Iris Greenberg, Fort Worth Barbara Elaine Grevsky, Houston Barbara Jean Haas, Corpus Christ! Gay Hausfater, University City, Mo. Sara Jo Hirsch, Marshall Sheryl Ann Katz, Corpus Christ! Sabra Joy Lande, San Antonio Annette Janice Levin, Galveston Jo Ann Lipinsky, Waco Julie Anna Lipner, Corpus Christ! Barbara Ann Macow, Houston Patricia Ann Maltzman, San Antonio Susan Harriet Miller, Beaumont Harriett Lynn Paine, Baytown Judith Adele Peine, Houston Betsy Perlman, Houston Fredell Ann Pinkenson, Houston Nina Lee Proler, Houston Shirley Louise Racusin, Corpus Christ! Alene Louise Ross, Houston Janet Raye Schapira, McAllen Meredith Claire Schlosberg, Pine Bluff, Ark. Gwendolyn Socol, Breckenridge Vivien Jean Weinberger, San Antonio Louise Maureen Zelen, Houston top tow: Taylor, M. Abfomi, Applibavfll, 8rgr. Bcmonl. Broolntr. Chwnibowski. Cohn. Dolly, EiwniKin. EitroH Sxond tow: fo . Galoob. Goldberg. GoldlXin, Goldtevtr. Gtviky. Haat, Harmon, HtcMman, Hindi. rXlfr, Litrin. Hi SIGMA DELTA TAU FALL PLEDGES Marilyn Joyce Abrams, Dallas Linda Helena Berger, Mobile, Ala. Judith Ann Bermont, Coral Gables, Fla. Barbara Claire Brookner, Wichita Falls Josephine Maxine Cohen, Cuero Ann Fridel Eisenstein, San Antonio Melanie Jane Goldstein, Houston Carolyn Sandra Harrison, Odessa Marilyn Sue Hechtman, Dallas Loyce Ann Katz, Amarillo Marsha Lynn Kelfer, San Antonio Dana Kogan, Atlanta, Ga. Victoria Shalva Liss, Houston Louise Jacqueline Lynn, Dallas Norma Elaine May, Jasper, Ala. Sharon Beth Peltzman, Kansas City, Mo. Carole Joy Ranen, Atlanta, Ga. Janice Sharyn Richie, San Antonio Sharon Gaines Robins, Houston Lynda Joyce Rogers, Beaumont Eileen Rogoff, Dallas Jo Beth Rothberg, Memphis, Tenn. Terri Beth Rudes, San Antonio Susan Beth Scharlack, San Antonio Barbara Gail Shapiro, Corpus Christi Maura Phyllis Silberman, Houston Myra Elise Stein, Birmingham, Ala. Karen Leslie Stern, Dallas Patricia Ann Teper, Ladue, Mo. Betty Sue Topletz, Dallas Lana Sue Traeger, San Antonio Gloria Ann Utay, Dallas Elaine Robin Volozin, Memphis, Tenn. Helaine L. Wayne, Bellaire Bette Kay Weiner, Omaha, Nebr. Sandra A. Weinstock, Miami Beach, Fla. Deanne Harriet Wolland, Shaker Hts., Ohio SPRING PLEDGES Mary Phyllis Abbott, Miami Beach, Fla. Natalie R. Korn, Corpus Christi Elaine Collins, Houston Willa-Beth Kraus, New York, N. Y. Renee Feinstein, Houston Robin Pasternak, Houston , V Top Row: Lipinsky, Llpner, Liss. Second Row.- Lynn, Macow, Maltzman. Third Row: May, Miller, Paine. Fourth Row: Peine, Pinkenson, Proler. Fifth Row: Ranen, Richie, Rogers. Sixth Row: Rogoff, Rothberg, Rudes. Seventh Row: Schapira, Scharlack, Schlosberg. Eighth Row: Shapiro, Silberman, Socol. Ninth Row. Stein, Stern, Teper. Tenth Row: Topletz, Traeger, Utay. Eleventh Row-. Volozin, Wayne, Weinberger. Twelfth Row: Weiner, Weinstock, Zelen. l - Jf X - Page 397 ' ' NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1898 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1906 OFFICERS Fall MARY CLEMENTINE ELLISON. MARTHA ANN CHANDLER. . . SALLY JEAN ELY DEANNA LEE GORBETT GAYLE JOHNSON . . President Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. . . . Recording Secretary Treasurer MRS. OPAL WOOLSEY, Housemother Spring JOAN DUNLAP ... DELORA ELIZABETH BLAZEK .CONSTANCE YVONNE PATTON ELIZABETH LOUISE BURT . .MARIDA ANN PIKE MEMBERS Anne Marie Aucoin, Houston B ' Mie Lynn Baine, Waco Edith Ellen Batl, Nocogdoches Anne El-zabeth Beard, Dallot Delora Elizabeth Blazek, liberty Darby Ann Boyd, Cleburne Marilyn Ann Boyle, San Antonio Eloue Wilson Brockenndge, Taylor Martha Lucretia Brannon, Houston Patricia Gayle Braun. Houiton Dorothy Louise Brown, Houston Peggy Frances Brown, Victoria Mary Jane Burcham, Austin Elizabeth Louise Burt, New Braunfels Nancy Lee Colloway, Dallas Kay Camp, Cameron Jerry Fay Carter, Arlington Marlha Ann Chandler, San Angela Willit Lorene Coym, Alice Mary Lee Cramer, Kmgiville Virginia Ruth Craver, Texarkana Mary Margaret Crews. West Columbia Nancy Lind Cromock, Brownsville Nancy Sue Crow, Shreveport, La. Betty Lynn Dickey. Houston Mary Lurline Douglas. El Paso Joan Dunlap. Dallas Kay Dunlap, Dallas Mary Clementine Ell-son, Texarkana Sally Jean Ely. Tyler Myro Lou Erwin, Commerce Florence Randal Fitzhugh, Waco Theresa Elizabeth Flynn, Houston Glenda Gayle Furse. New Orleant, La. Deonna Lee Gorbeft. Fort Worth Mary Ella Graham. Odena Mary Ellen Gross. Dallas Suian Vondever Hammond, San Antonio Frances Skillmon Harris, Houston Jeonette Myrtle Harrison, Wharton Rebecca Jo Hashop, Corsicana Jane Andrea Hill. Dallas Ann Fontaine Holland, Dallas Mory Loretta Holloway, Dallas Gayle Johnson, Corpus Chrisli Janet Johnson. Corpus Chnsti Judith Carol Jolley, Dallas Catherine Frances Jones. San Antonio Jane Marcelte Jones, Pecos Jerry Lillian Jones, Beaumont Robin Jones, Austin Nancy Jane K.dd, Tyler Joan Denys Lent , Victoria Linda Ann Liles, Temple Evelyn Ann Lowe. Dallas Donna Carol Monjke, McGregor Jane Kathleen Marshall. Hillsbaro Martha Clifford Mays, Austin Margaret Graham McColl, Victoria Carolyn Coy McCleory, Victoria Helen Suzanne McCrum, Dallas Rebecca Ga l McDowell, Dallas Phyllis Lee McGuire. San Antonio June McMullan, Big Lake Mary Ann Mauser, Houston Rachel Fiances Myers, Beaumont Lori Ann Nichols, Houston Gretchen Mane Oden, Atlanta Sharon Eileen Ott, Houston Martha Elizabeth Oversfreet. Austin Martha Louise Parrish, GaUeston Constance Yvonne Polton, Houston Charlotte Kemp Patton, Houston Diane Elizabeth Phillips, Ozono Marida Ann Pike, Fort Worth Penelope Pounds, San Antonio Pamela Rice, Longview Esther Mary Roberts, Dallas Mary Ada Rosson, Midland Gwen Ruisell, McAllen Maxine Schuhmonn, East Bernard Martha Gay Scott, San Antonio Betty Gail Smilher. Huntsville Sandra Lynn Stolz. Houston Amanda Gay Stuart, Houston Judy Ruth Taylor. Fort W orth Alice Gay Thames, Beaumont Flo Christian Von Gundy, San Marcos Mary Elizabeth Vogel. Lockhart Barbara Joyce Walker, Dallas Mary Jo Ward, Ozono Edna Mabel Walts. Corpus Chnsti Mary Jo White, Austin Mary Ann Will. ami, Corsicono Alice Carol Wilson. Houston Sandra W.dney Wilson. Temple Sandra Lee Zimmerman, Galveston Tap Row. Woolsey, Abel, Aucoin, Baine. Baxter, Bean. Beosley, Brady. Bronnon. D. Brown, P. Brown. Burcham. E. Bwrt. Second Row: J. Burt, N. E. Callaway, Camp, Carter, Conway, Cooper, Copeland. Cramer, Craver, Crews, Cromock. N. Crow. P. Crow, Darling, Davis. 7n rd Row Dickey, Douglas, J. Dunlap, K. Dunlap, S. Dunlap, Ellison, Ely, Erwin. Faickney. Flynn, Fwthev, Graham, Hammond, Harmon, Hashop. ZETA TAU ALPHA FACULTY LEAR LEE ASHMORE, Assistant Professor of Speech MARY MARGARET GLASSCOCK FRAZIER, Advertising Manager, Texas Stu- dent Publications, Inc. MARJORIE DAVISSON PARKER, Special Instructor in Speech FALL PLEDGES Nancy Crockett Abel, Austin Catharine Dallas Baxter, Austin Julie Elizabeth Bean, San Angelo Sarah Jane Beasley, Temple Saundra Lois Boone, Fort Worth Carolyn Jean Brady, Dallas Jane Winifred Burt, New Braunfels Nancy Elizabeth Callaway, Lufkin Sally Leigh Conway, San Antonio Marianne Cooper, Beaumont Patricia Ann Copeland, Dallas Patricia Marshall Crow, Brownsville Jessica Royece Darling, Houston Rebecca Ruth Davis, Ballinger Susan Dunlap, Dallas Mary Ann Faickney, Angleton Vicki Carole Futhey, Corpus Christ! Ann Gardner, Houston Nancy Jane Hamil, Houston Ginalu Holmes, Lubbock Virginia Kay Hopkins, Pampa Dorothy Jane Janecek, San Antonio Armead Howard Johnson, Waco Jo Anne Johnson, Dallas Alma Virginia Jones, Dallas Carolyn Cage Kellam, Austin Judith Faye Klein, Austin Judith Faye Lawrence, Dallas Linda Louise Lentz, Victoria Mary Glen Maxwell, Abilene Betty Gail Mayo, Taft Rose Marie Monk, Abilene Carolyn Poole Moore, Austin Jo Lynne Musselman, San Antonio Dana Joyce Sauer, Waco Mary Lee Shely, Corpus Christi Mary Katherine Smith, Houston Venita Gail Smith, Greenville Anne McGill Spangler, Austin Cynthia Dell Stolz, Houston Sally Foster Taylor, Nacogdoches Marjorie Lou Thompson, Tyler Betty Lou Thomson, Corpus Christi Jan Margaret Tips, San Antonio Carole Edyna Tomlinson, Houston Sandra Lee Vaughn, Corpus Christi Joan Weilbacher, San Antonio Katherine Kennedy Weston, Beaumont Sunny Wilkens, Houston Clelia Lisette Windrum, Houston f?K? l , SPRING PLEDGES Linda Kay Appell, Alice Nancy Lee Conner, Midland Linda Jeane Faison, Texarkana Top Row: Hill, Holloway, Holmes, Hopkins, Janecek. Second Row: A. Johnson, G. Johnson, J. Johnson, J. A. Johnson, A. Jones. Third Row: J. M. Jones, J. L. Jones, R. Jones, Kellam, Kidd. Fourth Row: Klein, Lawrence, L. Lentz, Liles, Lowe. Fifth Row: Marshall, Maxwell, Mays, McCleary, McCrum. Sixth Row: McDowell, McGuire, McMullan, Monk, Moore. Seventh Row: Mouser, Musselman, Myers, Nichols, Oden. Eighth Row: Off, C. K. Patton, C. Y. Fatten, Pounds, Rice. Ninth Row: Roberts, Rosson, Schuhmann, Shely, M. Smith. Tenth Row: V. Smith, Spangler, C. Stolz, S. Stolz, Stuart. Eleventh Row.- J. Taylor, S. Taylor, Thames, Thompson, Thomson. Twelfth Row: Tips, Tomlinson, Van Gundy, Vogel, Walker. Thirteenth Row: Watts, Weilbacher, Weslon, White, Wilkens. Fourteenth Row: Williams, C. Wilson, S. Wilson, Windrum, Zimmerman. Page 399 wm PANHELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS Fall Spring EVA GAYLE MAXEY President ROBERTA LEE HOUSE PHYLLIS JOAN KEMP Vice-Presidenf LYNETTE TAYLOR DIANA GAIL PARSONS Secretary CYNTHIA MAE MILLER SUE JINKINS CHESSHER. . Treasurer ELEANOR ANN TYLER FALL MEMBERS Senior Sorority Junior EVA GAYLE MAXEY Alpha Chi Omega DOROTHY RAY RODGERS CAROL ANN SULLIVAN Alpha Delta Pi ALICE ELINA ADAMS HARRIET LIEBERMAN Alpha Epsilon Phi LYNN GAY FINESILVER PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH Alpha Gamma Delta SURRENDEN KAY HILL PHYLLIS JOAN KEMP Alpha Omicron Pi MARY CAROLYN STONE LINDA SUZANNE TIXIER Alpha Phi LYNETTE TAYLOR SHARON SUE SEARS Chi Omega JANET LYN GALEENER ANN ELLEN ARMSTRONG Delta Delta Delta FRANCES BYRD COLLINS DIANA GAIL PARSONS Delta Gamma LOULYNN KELLY CYNTHIA MAE MILLER Delta Phi Epsilon SUSAN FREDERICA AMSTER REBECCA ANN REYNOLDS Delta Zeta SANDRA CARLA COOPER BETTYE SUE SWALES Gamma Phi Befa SALLY CHRISTINE RUNDOUIST SUE JINKINS CHESSHER Kappa Alpha Theta CAROLYN ELAYNE TERRY MARY KAY MILLER Kappa Kappa Gamma ELEANOR ANN TYLER CAROL DEAN COLEMAN Phi Mu JEANETTE LEONARD NANCY ELIZABETH HILL Pi Beta Phi MARGARET OZELLA PACE GWENDOLYN SOCOL Sigma Delta Jau PATRICIA ANN MALTZMAN HARRIET ANN ELIOT . Zefa Tau Alpha JOAN DUNLAP SPRING MEMBERS Senior Sororify Junior DOROTHY RAY RODGERS Alpha Chi Omega MARY CATHERINE MEEKS ROBERTA LEE HOUSE Alpha Delta Pi ALICE ELINA ADAMS CAROLYN Jo KOPPEL Alpha Epsilon Phi MARGARET CAROL SACHS GAIL GABRIEL Alpha Gamma Delta CAROLY N MARIE SHAW MARY CAROLYN STONE Alpha Omicron Pi ELIZABETH RUTH JOHNSON LYNETTE TAYLOR Alpha Phi JANICE MARY CHADWELL MARY MANSON PULVER Chi Omega NANCY Jo SPEARS FRANCES BYRD COLLINS Delta Delta Delta SHERRY VIRGINIA BENN LOULYNN KELLY Delta Gamma MARGARET LUCILE ELLISON CYNTHIA MAE MILLER Delta Phi Epsilon RISA FAYE WOLFSON KAREN SUE PARKER Delta Zeta CAROLYN ANNE TULL SALLY CHRISTINE RUNDOUIST Gamma Phi Befa JANE ANN LEACH CAROLYN ELAYNE TERRY Kappa Alpha Theta PATSY JANE SMITH ELEANOR ANN TYLER Kappa Kappa Gamma BOBBIE ANN HARPER LYNN NEWMAN HADAWAY Phi Mu NANCY Lou SWIFT MARGARET OZELLA PACE Pi Befa Phi MARY JANE RILEY PATRICIA ANN MALTZMAN Sigma Delta Tau HELAINE WAYNE EDNA MABEL WATTS Zefa Tau Alpha MARY ELLA GRAHAM Pag. 400 Page 401 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1904 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1916 ' limn ;.f ii OFFICERS Fall Spring TRAVIS ROY CRAWFORD Venerable Dean CHARLES LESLIE STEWART THOMAS ANTHONY DRAWERT Sen or Dean MICHAEL WALTER MERRIMAN CHARLES LESLIE STEWART Junior Dean JOHN WILLIAM DALTON WILLIAM HENRY HOOPER Secrefary ROBERT LEROY JOHNS EDWIN FRANKLIN PIERCE Treasurer WILLIAM THOMAS ATKINSON MRS. L. E. ELLIOTT, Housemother Miss PENELOPE ELIZABETH POJMAN, Chi Omega, Sweetheart MEMBERS Harold Donald Ard, Nacogdoches William Thomas Atkinson, Pampa Edward Charles Bode, Junction David Jack Bolger, Mt. Vernon Edward Donald Box, Fort Worth Charles Mark Britton, Corpus Christi Richard Malcolm Brown, Pampa Fred Nelson Bruton, Throckmorton James Dean Bryan, Dallas Frank A. Cave, Plainview Travis Roy Crawford, Grandfalls John William Dalton, Houston William Lee Dodrill, Fort Worth Thomas Anthony Drawert, Fort Worth Douglas Claude Graham, Jr., Plainview William Green Hanshaw, Raymondville Robert Thomas Harper, Sulphur Springs Steve Wilson Harris, Austin Willis Lee Hassell, Pampa Mike Austin Hatchell, Austin Boyd Wayne Henry, Elgin Walter Tom Henson, Dalhart William Henry Hooper, Plainview Robert Leroy Johns, Elmhurst, III. Gerald Lowe, Arlington Alonzo Perry McWilliams, Plainview Michael Walter Merriman, Throckmorton Donald Wayne Murray, Houston Charles Richard Newberry, Fort Worth Kenneth Warren Nordeman, Austin Edwin Franklin Pierce, Plainview David Norman Poinier, Austin Roy Samuel Rodman, Jr., Austin Robert Wesley Savage, Wellington Edwin Grant Scott, Dallas Joe Shannon, Jr., Fort Worth Marvin Richard Skaggs, Texas City Riley Gene Sloan, Alamogordo, N. Mex. Eugene Boyd Smith, Fort Worth Kirkland Gideon Smith, Plainview Marion David Standridge, Teague Charles Leslie Stewart, Wills Point Fred M. Talkington, Fort Worth Donald Harrison Taylor, III, Houston Gary Owens Todd, Fort Worth Richard Hilton Van Winckel, Dallas Charles Curtis Weyerman, Odessa Billy Gene Willis, Dalhart Larry Leon Womble, Dalhart fob .r ' :: -: .: to Top Row; Atkinson, Btouchomp, Bolger, Box, Britton, Choppcll. Co . Craig, Crawford. Dalton. Scond ffow: Dodrill. J. Drowtrt. T. Drowvrt. Dunn. Gibton. Graham. Gur nloh. Harm. Hnry. Hnton ACACIA FACULTY HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE, Dean, College of Pharmacy KARL M. DALLENBACH, Professor of Psychology WAYNE H. HOLTSMAN, Professor of Psychology HARRY L. KENT, JR., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE, Associate Professor of Mechanical En- gineering ARLIE RAY McTEE, Lecturer in Journalism DAVID SHANNON PRICE, Publications Production Manager, Office of Advisor to University Publications, University Press THOMAS ANDREW ROUSSE, Professor of Speech JACK A. SCANLAN, Assoc afe Professor of Mechanical Engineering JOHN G. STEELE, Director of Loans and Scholarships 4f l i FALL PLEDGES William Bryan Beauchamp, Austin Ralph Johnson Castor, Jr., Houston David Franklin Chappell, Fort Worth Jerry M. Cox, Levelland Robert M. Craig, Houston James George Drawert, Fort Worth David Aden Dunn, Orange Robert Nathan Fain, Nacogdoches Homer Garrison, III, Austin James William Gibson, Dallas Ronnie Milton Guetersloh, Levelland William W. Holmes, Odessa John Gleason Jewett, Fort Worth Gregory Owen Lipscomb, Houston Gary Allen Lovett, Amarillo Charles Robert McConachie, Austin Michael Wilkins Henderson, Houston Robert James Lowe, Houston James K. Moore, Jr., Houston Dwain Lawson Newman, Odessa Floyd Wesley Richards, Jr., Amarillo Robert Ring, Houston James Owen Rush, Texas City Donald Carter Rutherford, Waco Edward Dean Scruggs, Houston Nathan Jeanne Sewell, Houston Joe Lloyd Sims, McGregor Howard Lee Stich, II, San Antonio Ronald Lee Tatham, Levelland Lowry Lamar Tims, Jr., Cleveland, Miss. William Caswell Ward, Austin Billy Jake Wofford, Lockney Howard Reed Yowell, Dallas SPRING PLEDGES Thomas Max Mickelsen, Seattle, Wash. Thomas Franklin Schuster, Waltham, Mass. Top Row: Holmes, Hooper, Jewett. Second Row: Johns, Lipscomb, lovett. Third Row.- Lowe, McConachie, Merriman. Fourth Row.- Moore, Newberry, Newman. Fifth Row.- Pierce, Richards, Ring. Sixth Row: Rodman, Rush, Savage. Seventh Row.- Scott, Scruggs, Sewell. f ghth Row: Sims, K. Smith, Standridge. Ni ' nfh Row.- Stewart, Tatham, Taylor. Tenth Row.- Tims, Todd, Ward. Eleventh Row: Weyerman, Womble, Yowell. Page 403 ; NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1913 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1939 Fall Louis D. LERNER HERMAN RINGLER BARRY EDWARD JORDAN . . HENRY MORRIS PETERMAN. KENNETH ROY GLASER. . OFFICERS Spring Master HERMAN RINGLER First Lieutenant Master. RICHARD ALAN FOGEL Scribe TERRY PAUL WIZIG Exchequer JOE MAYER VICTOR Rush Captain FRANKLIN GERALD KASMAN MRS. SOL NORMAN, Housemother MEMBERS Albert Ballas, Dallas Gerald Wayne Benson, Dallas Martin Bennett Cohen. Dallas Lawrence Sheldon Fischman, Houston Richard Alan Fogel, Dallas Randall Stephen Fred, Dallas Kenneth Roy Glaser, Dallas Jacob Joel Goldfinger, Farmersville Jacob Yudy Goodman, Oil City, La. James Melvin Hogue, Dallas Barry Edward Jordan, Dallas Franklin Gerald Kasman, Bay City Michael Klein, Austin Albert David Krafcheck, Houston Michael Jay Kuper, Houston Louis D. Lerner, Houston Ronald Noel Levine, Borger Donald Love, Dallas Jerold Maer Lynn, Dallas Allan Jay Maierson, Houston Leslie Stephen Mendelsohn, Austin Steve Perel, Victoria Henry Morris Peterman, Galveston Bernard Irving Rabinowitz, Galveston Herman Ringler, Denison Stuart Barry Robbins, Austin Malcolm Senior, Austin Sheldon Stuart Smith, Austin Irwin Harry Steinhorn, Houston Donald Harry Swango, Dallas Robert William Swango, Dallas Jerry Joe Taub, Dallas Joe Mayer Victor, Houston Herbert David Weitzman, Dallas Herbert Wolfe Wizig, Waco Terry Paul Wizig, McAllen Gary Allen Zelazny, Dallas Top Row Norman. Baum, Cohen, Fuchman. Sco " d flow J. Goodman, M. Goodman, Gooditem, Hoffman, Hogue. Katman, Ltbow. f vp iW L4 ALPHA EPSILON PI ing W RlNGlEi alveston , Galveslon istor PLEDGES David Jay Albert, San Antonio Stuart Frost Baum, San Antonio Ronald Edward Cohen, Dallas Stephen Haliday Davis, Houston Michael Norman Goodman, Houston Jerry Philip Goodstein, Dallas Melvin Hoffman, Hillsboro Robert Lawrence Lebow, Houston Donald Fell Maierson, Houston Robert Paul Perel, Victoria Mark E. Reichek, Houston David D. Rosen, Waco Robert Michael Warner, Dallas T " T " op Row: Lerner, Lynn. Second Row.- A. Maierson, D. Maierson. Third Row: R. Perel, S. Perel. Fourth Row: Reichek, Ringler. Fifth Row.- Robbins, Rosen. Sixth Row: Steinhorn, D. Swango. Sevenfh Row; R. Swango, Victor. Eighth Row: Warner, Weitzman. Ninth Row: H. Wizig, T. Wizig. Page 405 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1865 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1897 OFFICERS Fall Spring FARRILE SCHMIDLER YOUNG, JR Worthy Master FARRILE SCHMIDLER YOUNG, JR. JAMES HENRY BROCK Worthy Chaplain JAMES RAY GAYLE, III BRUCE WADE NELSON Worthy Keeper of trie Exchequer ROBERT LANE SIMS, III WILLIAM ARTHUR EWERT Worthy Keeper of Annals JERRY QUIN EVANS THOMAS HOOD HERREN Worthy Scribe THOMAS HOOD HERREN MRS. JESSIE STILES, Housemother MEMBERS Frank Mulkey Abbott, Jr., Houston Willis Sherman Adcock, Beaumont Jim Choyce Allison, Houston Fred Norman Ankenman, Houston Charles Kenneth Bell, Jr., Houston Brooks Gayle Bradford, Angleton James Henry Brock, Houston Eddie Miller Burford, Edinburg Robert Kent Caldwell, Longview Thomas Edwin Campbell, Dallas William Michael Campbell, Dallas Colin Jay Cole, Austin Ernest Allen Cole, III, Bellaire Thomas Jerry Collins, Port Arthur Gerald Glynn Crutsinger, Wichita Falls Charles Randolph Curson, Angleton John Lee Davis, Houston James Wright Denison, Houston Robert Frederick Douds, Zanesville Jack Winston Douglas, Houston Arthur Alexander Duggan, Littlefield Thomas Alan Dyke, Houston Jerry Quin Evans, Houston William Arthur Ewert, Kingsville David Lewis Fair, Dallas Charles Warren Ferguson, San Antonio James Donley Gardner, Austin James Ray Gayle, III, Angleton William Lawrence Green, Houston Thomas Hood Herren, Houston Otis Gillette Hill, Houston Thomas M. Holmes, San Juan Jefferson Davis Howell, Jr., Victoria Don Dale Isett, Garland Richard C. Jennings, Corpus Christi Roy Briley J ohnson, Morton Johnny Richard Jones, Corpus Christi John Alvis Kalb, Houston Victor Scott Kneese, Dallas James Monroe Kruse, West Gerald Morris Lacy, Commerce Robert Harold Laymon, San Juan Tom Callaway Lea, Beaumont Charles Kennard Lindley, Dallas Theodore Charles Lucas, Houston Michael Sullivan McArthur, Dallas Charles Oliver McBride, Jr., Houston Mike Thadius McConkey, Dallas Michael Ellsworth McCrory, Houston James Daniel Moffitt, Houston Gary Eugene Morrison, Austin Joe Frank Musgrove, Houston Frank Harold Neely, Tyler Bruce Wade Nelson, Beaumont Louis Keith Nelson, Beaumont John Leslie Payne, San Antonio Joseph Stephen Penner, Freeporl Louis Mickey Ratliff, Jr., Littlefield Donald Eugene Roper, Houston John Wdltham Rutland, III, Dallas Eugene Walter Schutze, Austin Alfred Freddy Schweizer, Dallas Frank Mills Shallene, Austin Joseph William Sheehy, Tyler Jack Sproul Sherrill, Port Arthur James Walker Shipman, Jr., Austin Robert Lane Sims, III, Houston Don Hargrove Smith, Houston Dotson Charles Smith, Tyler George William Smith, Houston Jim Russell Smith, Houston Thomas Tucker Toland, Dallas John Clayton Walling, Houston William Leonard Walton, Jr., Port Arthur Joe Kelton Wells, Jr., Austin James Roy White, Austin Hilliare Sinclair Wilder, Austin David Wright Woodland, New Orleans, L . Paul Lee Yarbrough, Littlefield Farrile Schmidler Young, Jr., Houston Jan 3ai lw On Car e: Gor Her :, Top Dow: Adcock, Ball, Bradford, Briggi, Brock. Burford. Coldw.ll. W. Compbell. Covtn, C. Colt, Corrmk.y. Stcond low Cru ' ungir. Ctinotl, Doltofl, Dnion, Duggan. Dyk. Evoni. Ewft. Fort, Frguion. Fuldi, Golbrealb. Gardner. ALPHA TAU OMEGA FACULTY EDWARD GARLAND FLETCHER, Associate Professor of English W. PAGE KEETON, Dean, School of Law H. MALCOLM MACDONALD, Professor of Government Liaison Officer for RO.TC ERNEST WINFIELD WALKER, Assoc afe Professor of Finance JAMES THOMAS WARD, Ass sfanf Director of Admissions FRANK HARPER WARDLAW, Director, University Press LOGAN WILSON, CHANCELLOR, The. University of Texas System FALL PLEDGES Dan Boone, Jr., Abilene James Albert Boorman, III, Houston Clarence Vaughn Bray, Port Arthur Larry Bateman Briggs, Houston John Sutton Calhoun, Houston George Perry Campbell, Nacogdoches Hubbard Scott Caven, Houston K. A. Childs, Kingsville Franklin Hill Comiskey, Houston Dewey Morrison Dalton, Dallas George Rolle Dullnig, San Antonio Robert Dwain Fields, Edinburg William James Galbreath, Houston Carlos Robert Hamilton, Houston Stephen Walter Hildebrand, Austin Stephen Withrow Johnson, Dallas Gordon David Martin, Beaumont Herbert Eaves Meadows, Dallas William Robert Miller, Dallas Emmitt Edrington Moore, Dallas Thomas Lynn Morgan, Port Arthur Emmett Leigh Morrison, Brownsville Gary Todd Otto, Pasadena Jimmy Phillips, Jr., Angleton Edward George Reynolds, Jr., McAllen Frederick Henry Rutty, Port Arthur Robert R. Schutz, McAllen Robert Perry Shapard, Dallas Wiley Joe Shaw, Troup Alen Reed Smith, Houston Roy Bascome Smith, McAllen George Wyndham Smith, Houston Ralph Carroll St one, Beaumont Henry Nunn Sweeney, Jr., Roswell, N. Mex. Phillip Mike Symons, San Antonio William Arthur Teague, Houston Warren Frank Tracy, Houston Tommy Wayne Wilkins, McAllen SPRING PLEDGES James Albert Boorman, III, Houston Arthur Coleman Eads, Dallas Henry Philip Schaefer, Schulenburg 1 m JCT fc feti Top Row: Gayle, Herren, Howell, Jennings. Second Row: S. Johnson, Kalb, Kneese, Kruse. Third Row.- Lacy, Laymon, Lindley, Lucas. Fourth Row: Martin, McArthur, McBride, McCrory. fifth Row: Meadows, Miller, Moffitt, Moote. Sixth Row: E. Morrison, G. Morrison, Musgrove, B. Nelson. Seventh Row: Payne, Phillips, Reynolds, Rutland. Eighth Row: Schutz, Schutze, Schweizer, Shapard. Ninth Row: Shaw, Sheehy, Sherrill, Sims. Tenth Row: A. Smith, G. Smith, J. Smith, Sweeney. Eleventh Row: Symons, Teague, Toland, Tracy. Twelfth Row: Walling, Wilder, Woodland, Young. Page 407 r NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1839 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1886 Fall CHARLES ERSKINE BROOKS . . . WILLIAM KEITH MILES JAMES DENNY DANNENBAUM. JAMES VERNON GREVELLE . . . DAN MICHAEL JOHNSON . . OFFICERS Spring President WILLIAM DAVIS JORDAN .... First Vice-President CHARLES EWING HICKOX, JR. . . . . Second Vice-President JAMES VERNON GREVELLE Secretary ROBERT LEOLIN GROSS Treasurer DAN MICHAEL JOHNSON MRS. ZULA LIGON, Housemother MEMBERS Rayburn Luther Anderson, San Antonio Lawrence Fred Atkinton, Fort Worth Joel Stephen Barber, Houston Donald Eugene Baty, Houston Ronald Wayne Blake, Wichita, Kans. Robert Connor Briggs, Houston Charles Erskine Brooks, Rockdale Henry Villard Campbell, III, Lampasas Stanley Bradford Carruth, Austin Johnson Blair Cherry, Jr., Lubbock William Halden Conner, Fort Worth Alton Henry Cook, Jr., Seguin Thomas Eugene Cook, III, Palestine James Ross Crawford, Austin James Denny Dannenbaum, Houston Samuel Dotson Dibrell, San Antonio William John Disch, Austin James Allen Evans, Fort Worth Kenneth Wayne Ferguson, Waco Joseph Anthony Fuller, Amarillo John Funk, Houston James Alton Gandy, Valley Mills Judson Curtis Gee, Houston Sheridan Taylor Gibler, Waco Ralph Gillespie Greenlee, Midland James Vernon Grevelle, Waco Robert Leolin Gross, Corpus Christi Michael Spellman Harris, Garland Almond Jasper Hays, Jr., Houston Hoppy Eric Heidelberg, Midland Charles Ewing Hickox, Yoakum Billy Don Hullum, Wills Point John Clark Hurst, Lufkin Sidney Stewart Jarnagin, Houston Dan Michael Johnson, San Antonio William Davis Jordan, Palestine William Keith Kirkgard, Houston John George Kirkman, Houston Richard John Kocurek, San Antonio Ralph Henry Lauder, San Benito Henry Willard Lende, Rosemont, Pa. Robert Richard Lende, Rosemont, Pa. Jack Renfro Lesley, Wichita Falls Larry Oman Littleton, Dallas Nathaniel Harris McClamroch, Shreveport, La. James Wallace McDugald, Houston James Robert McKissick, Abilene Donald Harris MacLaughltn, Houston William Keith Miles, Fort Worth John Gordon Muir, Dickinson Edgar Covey Nash, Jr., Houston James Earl Nicholson, San Angelo John Brian O ' Connor, Lufkin Othel Walker Ogden, Andrews Robert Stiles Patterson, Taylor Michael Reynolds Pearson, Dallas Judson Hiram Phelps, Jr., San Antonio John Charles Pool, Jasper Hal Francis Rachal, Jr., Midland Rufus Tate Ramsey, Houston Walter Henry Reuter, III, Tyler Joe Carrol Rust, San Antonio William Columbus Sams, Dallas Steven John Senevey, Fort Worth Clifford Perry Shankle, San Antonio John Kinsler Shaw, Austwell Gerald Hatton Simpson, Tyler Farrell Murray Smith, Corpus Christi William Thomas Speller, Tyler Carroll George Sunseri, Galveston Michael Howard Townsend, Houston John Allen Treadwell, San Angelo Thomas Sylvanious Underwood, Lubbock Robert Mims Wilton, Waco John Worrell Winter, San Antonio Ralph Huntington Winton, San Antonio William Edward Wise, Tyler Walter James Wyrick, Jr., Texarkan . ' : - Dor f ( :-. r. to ' - Chi I .:- jtf - fop Dow; ligon, Armstrong, Atkinson, Barbtt. Blair, 6lak, Bnggt. Brcoki Campbtll. Donnmboum. Dovil, Diooll. Second ow; Ditch. F.ihtr, Foil.r, Gibl.t, Groti, Honovtr, H,dtlb(g. Hobort, Hotchlisi. Hubbard. Hunt, joduon. 41 J 4 At I BETA THETA PI FACULTY HARRY H. POWER, Professor of Petroleum Engineering CARSON McGuiRE, Professor of Educational Psychology THOMAS WHITEHEAD SHEFELMAN, Assistant Professor of ' Architecture LEWIS ULYSSES HANKE, Professor of History FALL PLEDGES Andrew George Anderson, Jr., Houston Michael Keith Armstrong, Andrews William Shelton Blair, Dallas Harry Wells Carter, Dallas Don Alexander Cundiff, Oceanside, Calif. David Thomas Davenport, Dallas John Oldrahm Davis, Lufkin Richard Erwin Dinwiddie, Henderson James William Dodson, Pittsburg, Pa. Stonewall Jackson Fisher, San Antonio David Edwin Foster, Palestine William Gibson Hanover, Lufkin Timothy Dwight Hobart, Pampa Charles Anthony Hotchkiss, Wichita Falls James Harrison Hubbard, Fort Worth James Walter Jackson, Wichita Falls John Thomas Kerr, Fort Worth Thomas Murray Kyger, Fort Worth John Luther Lenker, Jr., Houston Charles William Little, Beaumont James William Mehaffy, Beaumont Arthur Edwin Moers, Houston Donald William Morris, Dallas Michael Robertson Parker, Livingston Carl Ray Polk, Lufkin Gene Marshall Smith, Baytown C. W. Sneed, III, Dallas Kenneth Deen Starnes, Jr., Dallas James Floyd Stewart, Fort Worth Richard James Van Gorder, Fort Worth William George Yates, Jr., Wichita Falls Don Morris Youdan, Houston Charles Michael Zeeck, Wichita Falls Henry Thomas Hirsch, Arlington SPRING PLEDGES Ralph Ray Peterson, Houston V - F -r f - ? Top Row: Johnson, Jordan, Kerr. Second Row: Kirkman, Lenker, Lesley. Third Row: Little, Littleton, MacLaughlin. Fourth Row. Mehaffy, Miles, Morris. Fifth Row: Muir, Nicholson, O ' Connor. Sixth Row: Ogden, Pearson, Phelps. Seventh Row: Pool, Rachal, Rust. Eighth Row: Sams, Shaw, F, Smith. Ninth Row-. Starnes, Stewart, Sunseri. Tenth Row: Treadwell, Van Gorder, Winter. Eleventh Row: Winton, Wyricle, Zeeck. Page 409 r NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1824 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1892 I I OFFICERS Fall JACK RUSSELL BINION Alpha DOUGLAS ARLINGTON BOYD Beta ROBERT GERALD SIMPSON Gamma LABAN W. WINGERT Delta GENE ALLEN SHERROD Epsilon MRS. PATSY ANN GARDNER WELCH, Housemofher Miss DEANNA MARYE DIMMITT, Alpha Delta Pi, Sweetheart Spring DAVID WALLACE BUDZILOWICZ . . . .ROBERT CLINTON ERNST . .THOMAS ARMISTEAD BISHOP LABAN W. WINGERT . . ROBERT GERALD SIMPSON MEMBERS Robert Charles Allen, Dallas Maurice Angly, Jr., Houston Burton Wilmot Armstrong, III, San Antonio Jack Russell Binion, Houston Christopher Lee Bolton, Austin Robert Hunt Bowman, Baytown Douglas Arrington Boyd, Panhandle David Wallace Budzilowicz, Chicago, III. John Leonard Carlson, Fort Worth Robert Clinton Ernst, Huntsville Charles Slawson Everson, Austin Jack Earl Ferrell, Dallas Carl Alexander Forbrich, Jr., San Antonio John Brett Kieffer, Pipe Creek Jerry Edward Long, Bastrop Myrton Lynn McDonald, III, Dallas Robert Lee Moffett, Jr., San Antonio James Boswell Newton, Rockdale Hale Corbin Normand, Fort Worth Willard Turk Scurlock, III, Rockdale Gene Allen Sherrod, Bronte Robert Gerald Simpson, Dallas Henry Leon Walker, Jr., Taylor, La. James Gary Whitehead, Odessa Laban W. Wingert, Elmira, N. Y. Top tow: Welch. Allen, Angly, Armstrong, loll. Bollhrop. Second Row.- Binion. Bishop, Booth, Bowmon. Boyd, Budnlowicx, Campbell. Carlson. CHI PHI FALL PLEDGES Thomas Morgan Baird, Fort Worth Jack Johnson Ball, Fort Worth Granville Harold Balthrop, Dickinson Thomas Armistead Bishop, Uvalde Jeffrey Alan Booth, Houston Russell Gladwin Burwell, Stephenville Darryl Glen Campbell, Arlington William Herschel Choice, Houston Dudley Howard Deen, Houston Collette B. Dilworth, Jr., Austin Charles Warren Eisemann, San Antonio James Lee Gilchrist, Houston Larry Wayne Goldsmith, Dallas Robert Lee Hilsher, Houston Cecil E. Kearney, Jr., Fort Worth Jerry Lawhon, Baytown William Keith Lawhon, Baytown Sidney Powell Lewis, Houston Richard Bartlett Mann, San Angelo Kenneth C. Manning, Houston John Randall McNeely, Euless Lewis Forsythe Pennock, Austin William Calvin Royle, Lufkin John Howard Sucke, III, Austin Jerry Wayne Thompson, Dallas Claud Bradford Walker, Taylor, La. SPRING PLEDGES James Knox Boatner, Fort Worth Craig Michael Child, Midland Lawrence Ford Butler, Fort Worth Philip Franklin Garner, Dallas Herbert Armstrong Wells, III, Dickinson Top Row: Choice, Dilworth, Eisemann. Second Row: Ernst, Ferrell, Forbrich. Third Row: Gilchrist, Goldsmith, Hilsher. Fourth Row: Kearney, Kieffer, J. Lawhon. Fifth Row: W. Lawhon, Lewis, Long. Sixth Row. Mann, Manning, Moffett. Seventh Row: Newton, Normand, Pennock. Eighth Row: Royle, Sherrod, Simpson. Ninth Row.- Sucke, Thompson, C. Walker. Tenth Row: H. Walker, Whitehead, Wingert. Page 411 L- V , T NATIONAL F OUNDING, 1890 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1907 OFFICERS Fall Spring LAWRENCE ANTHONY JOSEPH A LAWRENCE ANTHONY JOSEPH CHARLES RICHARD GUSTAFSON B ROBERT FILMORE GASKINS JAMES HENRY NUNN, JR C JAMES HENRY NUNN, JR. BILL FRANK COMISKEY BILL FRANK COMISKEY DAVID EDWARD ST. CLAIR E EUGENE WARREN MCWHORTER MRS. ROXIE MOORE, Housemother Miss LYNDA LEE CRAFT, Alpha Gamma Delta, Sweetheart MEMBERS William Harold Carter, Houston Bill Frank Comiskey, Houston Richard Leonard Corso, Houston George Edward Gaines, Houston Robert Filmore Gaskins, Cleveland, Ohio Van P. Gillespie, Los Angeles, Calif. Charles Richard Gustafson, Houston Lawrence Anthony Joseph, Burbank, Calif. Doyle Darwin Knight, Abilene Ronald Eblen Malouf, Dallas Eugene Warren McWhorter, Longview James Henry Nunn, Jr., Sao Paulo, Brazil Otis L. Parchman, Luling Garland Ray Shelton, Austin Clifton Ray Skipping, Goldthwaite David Atmar Smith, Victoria David Edward St. Clair, Seymour John Franklin Weeks, Austin Sam Graves Wilcox, Abilene Donald Edwin Witcher, Amarillo Top How Corttr, Comilkty, Corio. Craig. Fojtaitk, Gain . Gotfcim, G ' lUlpit. GvstaHon DELTA CHI ing JOSEPH FALL PLEDGES Frank Lee Baldwin, Jr., Ingleside William Allan Craig, Houston David Stanley Fojtasek, Fort Worth Allan Mabry Hall, Irving Joseph Hairston, Taylor Steven David Hitt, Midland David Lee Lemon, Abilene Donald H. McElhone, Las Vegas, Nev. John Tabor McHatton, Bellaire Thomas June Melton, Midland Benjamin Michael Pinto, Houston William Hill Pridgen, San Antonio Don Alan Ray, Houston Joseph Jack Rousseau, Houston John Clyde Tomlinson, Jr., Longview Joe Eldon Walker, Seymour William A. White, Longview SPRING PLEDGES Gary Bertrand Calvert, San Antonio Herbert E. Evans, Fort Worth John Thomas Haney, III, Abilene Top Row: Hairsfon, Joseph. Second Row.- Knight, Malouf. Third Row: McWhorter, Melfon. Fourth Row: Nunn, Parch man. Fifth Row: Pinto, Pridgen. Sixth Row: Ray, St. Clair. Seventh Row: Shelton, Skipping. Eighth Row: Walker, Weeks. Ninth Row: Wilcox, Witcher. Page 413 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1844 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1913 Fall CHARLES EGAN BURRELL. OFFICER Housemanager MRS. SAMMIE FARRIER, Housemother Spring .J. ROBERT TAYLOR MEMBERS John Cannon Andrews, Fort Worth John Wayne Barfoot, Abilene Richard Allen Beeler, Houston Patrick C. Bellamy, Houston Edward Perry Bolger, Snyder Alfred Bernard Brady, Jr., Hearne Glen Vick Brown, Dallas Marvin Holloman Brown, III, Dallas John Dewayne Brown, Hillsboro Charles Egan Burrell, Houston Robert Eugene Callaway, Jr., Houston James Albert Cauthorn, Del Rio Charles Rupert Church, Del Rio Brady Steele Coleman, Houston Merlyn Don Cooper, Dallas Wayne Louis Creekmore, Houston Jack Russell Crockett, Midland Hugh Graydon Dunlap, Houston Michael Eggeling Estess, Houston Arthur John Farley, Houston Edward Scott Fchr, Austin Donald Ray Finch, Cuero Mark Hanna Finley, Austin Joe J. Fisher, Jasper John Clark Fisher, Jasper Joe Gillis Goddard, Austin Edwin Smith Graham, III, Graham Pearson Grimes, Jr., Eastland Samuel Tevis Grinstead, Houston William Michael Guckian, Lockhart Phillip Diggs Gully, Jr., Corpus Christ! Pat William Haragan, Houston John Ragland Harrison, Austin Sigurd Wilson Hermansen, El Campo James Fred Hofheinz, Houston Augustine LeClercq Hogan, Houston Thomas Raymond Hurst, Houston William David Jensen, Houston Dan Pearson Jones, Houston John Robert Kamrath, Houston Charles William Keller, Houston Frank Joseph Knapp, Jr., Houston Robert Edward Knight, Austin Gustavus Adolphus Koerner, Houston John W. Link, Houston Robert Wroe McCrummen, Austin Marion Embrea McDaniel, Jr., Houston William Henry Moody, Del Rio Spencer Mayo Murchison, Houston Ewell Henderson Muse, Austin Dabney Glenn Park, Jr., Houston George Winfield Parks, Beaumont Tinsley Holmes Penick, Austin John Foster Pettit, Del Rio Franklin Ace Pickins, Odessa James Hogg Rogers, Jr., Austin Zack Lawrence Robinson, Dallas Charles Davis Scarborough, Abilene Charles Lawrence Scarborough, Abilene Frank Dallas Scarborough, Abilene Walter Ronny Schuchard, Abilene Albert Harrison Stafford, Edna Carl Joseph Stephanow, Houston Joe Edward Stoeltje, Beaumont Dunklin Augustus Sullivan, Centerville William Scott Swearingen, Austin Bruce Cameron Taylor, Dallas J. Robert Taylor, Houston James Owen Taylor, III, Del Rio John Thomas Thorngren, Houston John Garrett Treanor, Abilene Mark Edward Tredennick, Meriden, Conn. Robert Edwin Tucker, San Antonio Delber Boyce Turner, Houston Howard Michael Tyson, Houston Jim Albert Watson, Rotan Woody Wilson Weir, Abilene Ernest Dorman Wheeler, Burnet David Lee Williams, Dallas Joseph Bruce Willis, El Campo Ripley Ezra Woodard, Jr., Houston Henry K. Woodward, Del Rio TOT Jam Johi Lew Gea Top ow: Farrier. Andenon, Boriool. Becker. BeMy. Bev.ll. Bojlin. Brod . Bronch. Burrell. Second How: T. Cauthorn, Cooper. Creekmore. Ere, Fought. Fehf. F.nch, F.nley. J C. Fnher, Grohom DELTA KAPPA EPSILON FACULTY WILMER LAWSON ALLISON, Tennis Coach DANA X. BIBLE, Consulting Athletic Director, Intercollegiate Athle tics THOMAS P. HARRISON, Professor of English FALL Robert Lynn Anderson, Houston Richard Arthur Becker, Abilene James Frank Berly, III, Houston Tommy Roy Bevill, Monahans Marshall Edward Boykin, Abilene James Powers Branch, Overton Tommy Drew Cauthorn, Del Rio Carl Russell Faught, Houston Byron Wilson Hodge, Del Rio John Atkins Hutchinson, III, Abilene Lewis Avery Jones, Houston William Miller Jones, Houston PLEDGES Carl Baker King, Houston William Hewitt Miracle, Houston John Woodrow Pate, Alpine Millard Gordon Rountree, Jr., Waco James Henry Sayles, Abilene Andrew J. K. Smith, Houston Richard Eugene Stephanow, Houston John Bevil Talley, Beaumont John Edward Taylor, Del Rio William Barton Vickers, Austin Richard Samuel Williams, San Angelo Robert William Wuest, Seguin SPRING PLEDGES George Edward Allison, Jasper Gary Bruce Kivell, Houston Robert Morris Howard, Monahans James Anderson Ray, Houston mm Top Row: Guckian, Gully, Horagan, Hermansen. Second Row.- Hodge, Hogan, Hurst, Hutchison. Third Row: Jensen, L. Jones, W. Jones, Kamrath. Fourth Row: Koerner, McCrummen, McDaniel, Miracle. Fifth Row: Murchison, Park, Pate, Rountree. Sixth Row: Sayles, C. D. Scarborough, Schuchard, Smith. Seventh Row: Stafford, C. Stephanow, R. Stephanow, Sullivan. Eighth Row.- Talley, B. Taylor, J. R. Taylor, J. O. Taylor. Ninth Row: J. E. Taylor, Thorngren, Treanor, Tredennick. 7enfh Row: Turner, Weir, Wheeler, R. Williams. Page 415 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1899 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1907 OFFICERS Fall Spring ARTHUR N. CHESTER Presidenf WILLIAM BENTON SULLIVANT ALVIN JOE BEHRENS V ce-Presi ' denf JOHN ROBERT SAROO IRVING TAYLOR CUTTER, III Secrefary. CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL RENDER ROBERT LEE PINKSTON Treasurer ROBERT LEE PINKSTON H. DAN REED, JR Sergeanf-ai ' -Arms DALE EUGENE JOHNSON MRS. VERA ALLAN, Housemofher Miss ANN McCuLLY, Delta Delta Delta, Sweetheart MEMBERS Alvin Joe Behrens, Austin Bobby J. Blair, Austin James McCollum Bolding, Athens Arthur N. Chester, Austin Charles C. Creager, III, Philadelphia, Pa. Irving Taylor Cutter, III, Austin Larry David Fortin, Woodstock, III. Robert Lee Henderson, Mercedes Gail Edmond Johnson, Brownsville Samuel Kelsall, IV, Houston Bob Wayne LaBounty, Austin John Wesley Paul, Dickinson Robert Lee Pinkston, Austin John Robert Porter, Midland Ronald B. Pruitt, Longview H. Dan Reed, Austin Christopher Michael Rehder, Austin Wilton L. Richard, New Orleans, La. John Robert Sardo, San Antonio William Benton Sullivant, Gainesville Gary Mitchell Turtle, Albuquerque, N. Mex. John Konrath Van Dyck, Austin Allan, Brirni Blair, tolding, lowndl. Boy " . Qinltr, Culltr. Fortin. ring IN illLIVM SAIDO REHDEI ktPlNKSTON N E JOHNSON DELTA SIGMA PHI FACULTY JAMES OLIVER BRAEUTIGAM, Assistant Manager, Men ' s Residence Halls FALL PLEDGES Bill W. Bownds, Lubbock Randall Harold Boyett, Jacksonville Patrick W. Campbell, Paducah Steven Dennis Fulton, Dallas Gerald Victor Garrison, Greenville, Miss. Sidney Q. Grosvenor, Dallas Gary Webb Hunt, Dallas Dale Eugene Johnson, Brownsville Carroll Stone Kirkpatrick, Columbus, Ga. Paul Randall Maddock, Fort Worth Robert Charles Pumpelly, Sherman Morris Ray Rosson, Tennessee Colony Robert Wayne Shinn, Kingsville Terry Ralph Tippit, Austin SPRING PLEDGE Dennis Peter Tishlias, Dallas r Top Row: Grosvenor, Henderson. Second Row: D. Johnson, G. Johnson. Third Row: Kelsall, LaBounty. Fourth Row: Maddock, Pinkston. Fifth Row. Pruitt, Pumpelly. Sixth Row. Reed, Render. Sevenfn Row: Richard, Rosson. Eighth Row-. Sardo, Shinn. Ninth Row. Sullivant, Tuttle. Page 417 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1859 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 OFFICERS Fall Spring MICHAEL GROGAN KIRKPATRICK President R OSS R, CHARD CARTE SAMUEL IRA ROSSON, JR Vice-President J OH N LEGORY MURCHISON WILL.AM LYNN AARON Treasurer LEON NoRltOD GRAHAM ROBERT COLEMAN HUNTER Corresponding Secretary R OBEIIT COLEMAN HUNTER CHAR LES LOWELL WARD Recording Secrefary EARL BREWER BOYANTON, JR. MRS. SOPHIA D ' NEPROFF, Housemother MEMBERS !: Do William Lynn Aaron, San Antonio Arthur Wesley Adami, Midland Fred Aebi, Baytown Thomas Richard Anderson, Port Lavaca David Bruce Bell, Beaumont John Lawerence Bell, Beaumont Phillip Foster Benson, San Antonio Ronald Orrin Blake, Dallas Earl Brewer Boyanton, Jr., Port Arthur James Howard Bradley, Jr., Hereford Ross Richard Carter, Edinburg Wayne Wilson Clements, Dallas James Thomas Ross Cockrell, Hillsboco George Walter Cook, San Antonio Michal Barry Gotten, Austin Preston Garrett Craig, Austin Charles Wade Cromwell, Stamford John Walter Dietz, Waco Thomas N. Dunnam, Jr., Cleveland George Douglas Duwe, Dallas Roderick Tarlton Edens, Austin Gerald AAonty Evans, Houston Paul Pierson Fields, Amarillo Douglas Neal Fullilove, Luling George Crosby Gaskell, San Antonio Samuel Charles Giesey, Midland Richard Anthony Giles, Stamford Leon Norrod Graham, Austin Stanley Lynn Gray, Baytown Sam Lerent Guyler, Crystal City Howard Arlen Haberman, San Antonio Edwin Shackleford Harris, Waxahachie Maynard Barton Harris, Waxahachie James Carroll Herring, Waco Walter Dean Hester, Austin Jon Michael Hill, Houston William Basil Hudson, Midland Robert Coleman Hunter, Abilene John Holmes Jenkins, III, Beaumont Milam Shelton Johnson, Austin Herbert Ray Jones, Midland Richard Page Keeton, Austin Michael Grogan Kirkpatrick, Dallas William Frederick Klug, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jerry Lynn Leadbetter, Donna George Mueller Lewis, Austin Peter Michael Lowry, Austin Edward Dial Mahon, Dallas Robert Juston Malinak, Temple Robert Monroe May, Dallas James Donald Mayo, Taft Richard Dudley Mays, Dallas Melbern Dale McGill, Houston William Reed Mimms, New Braunfels John LeGory Murchison, Waco David Dean Nunneley, Midland Robert Milton Payne, Stamford H. Coleman Procter, Austin Mallory Blair Randle, Austin William Nelson Rees, Jr., Odessa Curtis Ray Rivers, Dallas Samuel Ira Rosson, Jr., Midland Thomas Vernon Rushing, Baytown William Warren Scott, Italy Sam Sparks, Austin David Charles Spoor, Houston Francis Culler Sullivan, Jr., San Antonio Peyton Lambeth Townsend, Dallas O. Pierce Treadwell, Garland Neil Gilbert Unterseher, Lincoln, Nebr. Robert Allan Venable, Amarillo John Fletcher Walker, Texarkana Charles Lowell Ward, Houston William Allen White, Abilene Ben Taylor Whitefield, Houston Linus Roger Wilks, San Marcos Thomas E. York, Amarillo : .r .. " Sun Top or. D N.proH. Aoron. Adomi,, Alln, And.non. Borron. Banalou. D. 1 11. 8nion, D. OxVrtll. J. Cockt.ll. CoiMton S.cond tew: Cook, Craig. Oomwcll. Davit. Oittt. Driicall, Dunnam. Gmktll. G ' ir. G.I.I. Graham., E Hart fjTinnipn DELTA TAU DELTA FACULTY KENT WHEELER KENNAN, Professor of Music ,,11, COP ' FALL PLEDGES Richard Wayne Allen, Austin Edward Ralph Barren, Austin Joseph Rene Barsalou, III, Baytown William Alex Clark, Austin Donald Gay Cockrell, Hillsboro Paul David Constantine, Waco John Thomas Davis, Waco John Jay Driscoll, Jr., Galveston Terry Duion Gross, Galveston Roy Maxwell Hall, Jr., Arlington, Va. James Virgil Hammett, Jr., Lampasas Patrick O. Higgins, Austin John Harvey Hudspeth, Atlanta Burnham Benjamin Jones, Texarkana David Lloyd Lawrence, Fenton, Mo. Charles Stevenson Leeper, Midland Phillip Allen Leonard, San Antonio Ben Nelson, Jr., San Antonio James Noel Newberry, Levelland Sherman Chamblin Pharr, Jr., Longview Joe Manning Ratcliff, Waco Jimmy Robert Rittenberry, Amarillo Robert Allen Ross, Austin William Crocker St. Clair, Midland Marion Sanford, Jr., Lubbock Charles Edgar Sims, Austin David Michael South, Midland Joseph Campbell Sparks, Austin Charles Richard Stark, Austin Lloyd Hughes Treadwell, Garland Fred Eugene Upshaw, Stamford Robert Graham Watts, San Antonio Leo Horace White, Austin Thomas Daniel Wilten, Port Arthur Robert Wayne Witt, Sweetwater Robert Louthan Wynne, Houston Barry Lee Bryson, Houston John Joseph Feldt, Alexandria, Va. Timothy Alden Hayes, Longview John Desmond Hughes, Houston Michael Edward Keasler, Grand Prairie James Luther Mims, III, San Antonio SPRING PLEDGES Ray Clifford Mowery, Jr., Lubbock Ned Price, Jr., Austin Walter Thomas Price, III, Amarillo James Michael Shepperd, Gilmer William James Smith, Sacramento, Calif. Charles Dan Talbert, Texas City Top Row.- M. Harris, Hester, Higgins, Hill. Second flow.- Hudson, Hudspeth, Hunter, Johnson. Third Row: B. Jones, Leadbetter, Leeper, Leonard. Fourth Row: Mahon, Mimms, Nelson, Newberry. Fifth Row: Nunneley, Payne, Pharr, Randle. Sixth Row: Ratcliff, Rees, Rittenberry, Rivers. Seventh Row: Ross, Rosson, Rushing, St. Clair. Eighth Row: Sanford, Sims, South, J. Sparks. Ninth Row: S. Sparks, Stark, Sullivan, L. Treadwell. Tenth Row: P. Treadwell, Unterseher, Venable, Walker. eleventh Row: Ward, Watts, L. White_, W. White. Twelfth Row-. Whitefield, Wilten, Witt, Wynne. Page 419 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1834 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1949 OFFICERS Fall Spring WEIDON KEENE MCDONALD President DONALD MARION HANCOCK DONALD MARION HANCOCK Vice-President LARRY JACK EDGEMAN THOMAS O. CASON Treasurer JAMES ALBERT Cox, JR. ALBERT WILLIAM LEWIS, JR Corresponding Secretary KYNN MONROE COLE DOUGLAS WARREN HOWELL Recording Secretary EIDON LEWIS JONES MRS. DAISY PENDERGRAST, Housemother MEMBERS Miles C. Anderson, San Antonio Edgar Daniel Bailey, Rusk Wesley Victor Banner, Austin Thomas O. Cason, Sugar Land Phillip Calvin Cezeaux, III, Humble William Addis Charless, Jr., Amarillo Robert Lee Clark, Austin Nathan Frederick Cliett, Coleman Kynn Monroe Cole, Garland Robert Lee Collier, Driftwood David T. Connally, San Angelo James Albert Cox, Jr., Longview Durell Douthit, Raymondville Robert Dean Earp, El Paso Stanley Boyd Easterly, Houston Larry Jack Edgeman, Odessa Isaac Dwaine Eubanks, McCamey Charles Marshall Finney, Dallas Donald Michael Gerrard, Muleshoe Henry Oren Getchell, Silsbee John David Grissett, Midland Donald Marion Hancock, McAllen James Alan Haynes, Tyler Fleming Cook Hobbs, San Antonio Douglas Warren Howell, Amarillo William Frederic Jacobs, Houston Laurence Samuel Johnson, Jr., Victoria Eldon Lewis Jones, Houston Alexander Benjamin Klein, Jr., Tomball John William Klein, Houston Gerald B. Larson, Dallas Richard Lee Lasater, Newgulf John Parry Lauzon, Jr., Angleton Ivan Lee, ill, Midland Albert William Lewis, Jr., McAllen Weldon Keene McDonald, Dallas Stewart Hayes Newland, Houston Norman Dean Oswald, Dallas Kerry H. O ' Quinn, Austin Thomas William Prescott, Jr., Anahuac Van Worth Robinson, Dallas Jack Lee Royal, San Antonio Edwin H. Saylor, Tyler James Earle Shamblin, Austin Vernon Lee Shelton, San Antonio Donald Luther Sparks, Amarillo Thomas Stults, Houston David Woods Tees, New Braunfels Walter Grenville Tibbitts, III, Dallas John Grigsby Turner, Fort Worth Charles Erwin Tyler, Sabinal Bobby Arrington Weaver, Newgulf Sidney Lynn Williams, Amarillo .: fa We to ' Da - fop tow: Pendergroit. Andtnon. Arnold, Bo l y, Barnard, BraiwvM flwtler, Caion. CtJOu, Charl Clark. Second ffowr Clittt, Col , Collitr, Cox, Daniels, Earp, Easterly. Edgeman. Evbonki, Fmney, Cornet f. Garrtii. DELTA UPSILON FACULTY CHARLES T. CLARK, Sysfem Personnel Advisor, Office of the Chancellor KARL M. DALLENBACH, Professor of Psychology BENJAMIN HOWARD HIGGINS, Professor of Economics R. GOMMEL ROESSNER, Professor of Architecture DARRELL K. ROYAL, Head Football Coach FALL PLEDGES John Robert Arnold, III, Levelland Larry Gordon Barnard, Garland Jerry C. Braswell, Bellaire Richard Nye Butler, Rusk Bruce Rufe Daniels, San Antonio Rodger Thomas Ellis, Mission Robert H. Garnett, Corpus Christ! Wesley Harold Garnett, Jr., Spearman Ben Ryan Garrett, Tyler Thomas Westbrook Glass, Odessa Donald William Haley, Davenport, Iowa Moody Hamilton, Sugar Land Jack Mannering Hannan, Garland Anthony Lee Harwell, Bellaire SPRING PLEDGES Robert Richard Craft, Dallas Kenneth Hayes Henson, Houstoi, King Colville Hoermann, Seguin James R. Holcomb, Mission Wayne H. LeCrone, Paris Jack Joseph Lynch, El Paso Frank David Payne, Tyler Ransom Allan Pierce, Jr., Berkley James Glenn Ricks, Brady Robert Thomas Ryan, Seguin Marshall McWilliams Smylie, Dallas James Quay Snell, Houston Wallace Campbell Tippen, Houston Thomas Paul Tolbert, El Paso Frank Sands Woodruff, Jr., Houston Ernest Edward David, Lubbock fop Row: Glass, Grissetf, Hamilton. Second Row: Hancock, Hannan, Harwell. Third Row: Henson, Hobbs, Holcomb. Fourth Row: Howell, A. Klein, Larson. Fifth Row-. LeCrone, Lewis, Lynch. Sixth Row: McDonald, Newland, O ' Quinn. Sevenfh Row: Prescott, Ricks, Robinson. Eighth Row; Royal, Saylor, Shamblin. Ninth Row: Shelton, Smylie, Snell. Tenth Row: Sparks, Stults, Tees. Eleventh Row: Tibbitts, Tippen, Tolbert. Twelfth Row: Turner, Tyler, Williams. Page 421 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1865 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1883 OFFICERS Fall Spring WILLIAM LEON RIVERS President GEORGE EUGENE PEACOCK JOE MICHAEL MCGEATH Vice-President DAVID BASCOMB JOHNSON EDWARD BRADFORD PICKETT Corresponding Secretary RITCHIE MOCKER REED CURTIS WASHINGTON MEADOWS, JR Recording Secrefary LUTHER EDWARD SCOTT, III CHARLES NEWTON WARREN Historian WILLIAM JOHN PATTON MRS. W. E. SAUMS, Housemother Miss SUSAN JANE TURNER, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sweetheart MEMBERS Grant Arnold Adkins, Jr., Wichita Falls Samuel Edward Allison, Wichita Falls Ralph Williamson Alspaugh, San Antonio Gary Alan Babb, Austin James Lipscomb Ballard, III, La Marque John Wesley Bailey, Garland Charles Moore Bardwell, San Antonio Alvis Layton Barrier, Mineral Wells Malcolm James Bell, Jr., Houston Richard Frederick Bellows, San Antonio George Clift Black, Brownsville Joe Henry Bruns, Austin Charles Harvey Campbell, Seguin James Howard Case, Jr., Dallas Jerry Cutler Coffey, Dallas Frank Herlin Cox, Austin James Edgar Fielder, Lockhar Albert Henry Fink, Dallas Michael Scott Fry, San Antonio Michael Morrison Fulton, San Antonio Max Gallimore, Crosbyton Campbell Houston Gillespie, Sherman Roger Lamar Gose, San Antonio Sam Lile Greeves, Jr., Beaumont John Allen Hall, Jr., Weatherford George Thomas Hart, Jasper Joseph Hill Hart, Austin Eugene Hilmer Hartung, Jr., Houston James Leeper Hawley, Dallas Robert Lee Henson, Beaumont Kenneth Earl Holland, Buffton David Lindsay Hodgdon, Dallas David Bascomb Johnson, Garland Stewart M. Johnson, San Antonio Dudley Davenport Jones, San Antonio Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr., Commerce Kemp Maer, Jr., Houston Don Ross Malone, Vernon James Robert Maxfield, III, Dallas Oliver Barr McClellan, San Antonio Joe Michael McGeath, Lancaster Curtis Washington Meadows, Jr., Dallas Everett Kinne Melby, El Paso John Cathcart Melby, El Paso Paul Steele Merrill, Garland Albert Whitehead Meyer. Midland Frank Avery Mitchell, III, Wichita Falls Michael Anderson Myers, Olney Richard Leedom Nelson, Jr., Wichita Falls Frederick Richard Neuenschwander, Houston Edward Lee Niehaus, San Antonio Monroe Ben Nowotny, San Antonio Charles Henry Page, III, Austin William John Patton, Austin George Euclid Payne, Jr., Wichita Falls George Eugene Peacock, Big Spring William Maier Petmecky, Fredricksburg Edward Bradford Pickett, liberty Charles Eugene Reagan, Jr., Martin Ritchie Hocker Reed, Austin Thomas Glen Richard, Beaumont William Leon Rivers, Elgin William Ray Robinson, Wichita Falls Luther Edward Scott, III, Lancaster Robert Webb Sherrill, Dallas John Edwin Smith, Jr., Weatherford Barry Allen Thompson, Fort Worth Charles Newton Warren, San Antonio Kenneth Hailey Wax, Houston Kirk William Weinert, Beaumont Ronnie Lee Wiist, Wichita Falls William George Wilson, Wichita Falls Mabry David Wolverton, Wichita Falls a ft Be - - . : Wi Top Sow Soumi. Adkini. All, ion, Alipough. J. M. Bo. ley j. W Bo.l.y. Bollard, Sofdw.ll. F. Ball. M. 1 11. Boyd. Brunt. S.cond ow: Byrd, Compbtll, Cot . Clark. Coop r. Cop . Con. Ed-ordl. F.tld.r, Fml. Goll.mort., G , Hall. KAPPA ALPHA FACULTY CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Head Track Coach DANIEL A. PENICK, Professor Emeritus of Classical Languages, Tennis Coach Emeritus JOSEPH ROYALL SMILEY, V ce-Pres dent and Provost of the Main Uni- versity FALL PLEDGES Joe Murray Bailey, Austin Francis Folscm Bell, Dallas William Richard Boyd, Austin Clifton Byrd, Jr., Houston Richard Carlyle Carey, Beaumont George Edward Clark, Breckenridge Larry Clark Cooper, Fort Worth John Robert Cope, San Angelo Christopher Crow, Austin Benny Eugene Edwards, Big Spring Martin Leonard Flukinger, Jr., Channelview Walter Dan Ford, Austin Hix Green, III, San Antonio Tuck Clayton Gumm, Fort Worth Brian Peyton Hanson, San Antonio John William Harris, Jr., San Antonio John Sinclair Hartman, Silsbee Ralph Christian Harvey, Wichita Falls Joe Rosser Hawley, Dallas John Anthony Herring, Vernon Thomas Buckner Hightower, Liberty Samuel August Hoerster, III, Austin Charles Wagner Hummel, San Antonio Hanson Kelly Ireland, Midland James Lee Jackson, Wichita Falls Joe Lee Jones, Midland Anthony Perron King, San Antonio Wallace Everett Moore, Jr., San Antonio Banyan Wyle Payne, Houston Jerry Robert Reed, Austin James Edward Roberts, Houston Joel Henry Robuck, Dallas John Boaz Sartain, Dallas Robert Fleming See, Jr., Dallas Layton Zant Woodul, Lamesa n SPRING PLEDGES William Allen French, Big Spring James Arthur Glidewell, Garland Carl James Ryberg, La Marque Top Row: Harris, G. Hart, J. Hart, Hartman. Second Row: Hartung, Horvey, J. L. Hawley, J. R. Hawley. Third Row: Henson, Herring, Hightower, Holland. Fourth Sow: Hummel, Jackson, D. Johnson, S. Johnson. Fifth Row: D. Jones, Leberman, Maer, Maxfield. Sixth Row: Merrill, Meyer, Mitchell, Moore. Seventh Row: Myers, Nelson, Niehaus, Nowotny. Eighth Row.- Page, Pickett, Reagan, J. Reed. Ninth Row: R. Reed, Richard, Rivers, Roberts. Tenth Row: Robuck, Sartain, Scott, See. Eleventh Row: Thompson, Warren, Wax, Weinert. Twelfth Row: Wiist, Wilson, Wolverton, Woodul. Page 423 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1869 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1884 OFFICERS Fall Spring TOM DABNEY CHAMBERS Grand Master PHILIP HAMILTON PRITCHETT GEORGE YOUNG SIDOONS Grand Procurator TOM KELLY BUTLER ROBERT STIRLING VINEYARD Grand Scribe LEE F. BRIDGES, III JAMES VINCENT CAR ROLL, III Grand Master of Ceremonies GEORGE YOUNG SIDDONS ALLEN TUCKER WILLIS Grand Treasurer ALLEN TUCKER WILLIS MRS. J. L. BARNETT, Housemother MEMBERS Tim Allen, Oklahoma City, Okla. Malcolm G. Baker, Houston Charles Herbert Bankhead, Fort Worth Robert Hall Brady, Houston Daniel Reed Bainard, Dallas Charles Wadsworth Branch, Dallas Lewis Edward Brazelton, Houston Lee F. Bridges, III, Sulphur Springs Kay Louis Brockermeyer, Fort Worth Ivan Ellis Brown, Jr., Beaumont Duncan Tellef Butler, Houston Tom Kelly Butler, Houston Thomas Patrick Cagle, Houston Gale Garth Carroll, Houston James Vincent Carroll, III, Houston Thomas Michael Cassin, San Antonio Tom Dabney Chambers, Fort Worth Henry Wayne Chupik, Temple David Anthony Connelly, Houston Michael Dale Cropper, Fort Worth Tom MaVtin Davis, Houston John Coleman Dawson, Jr., Houston Kleber Jennings Denny, Fort Worth Fred Buford Dickey, Jr., Fort Worth Jesse Wright Edmundson, III, Houston John Harrell Feldt, Houston Henry Stephen Ford, Wichita Falls Herman Lawrence Gardner, Jr., Houston Gerald Hartman, Fort Worth Ludolph Wil liam Heiligbrodt, Bay City James Edwin Hill, Jr., Houston John Scott Hoeck, San Antonio William Arthur Hudson, III, Fort Worth Harold Russell Joseph, Jr., Austin James Jefferson Johnston, Houston John Kinney Kane, Houston William Carroll Kelly, Austin Junious Maurice Kyle, III, Orange Rolf Philip Larson, Midland Gary Erroll London, Oklahoma City, Okla. Thomas Aldon McCann, Jr., Fort Worth Thomas Rambaut McDade, Austin Earie Douglas McLeod, Galveston Vaughn Watkins McLeod, Jr., Galveston Thomas Vance McMahan, Houston Jesse Clyde McMahon, Jr., Big Spring Ferd Charles Meyer, Jr., Devine Alan Huntress Minter, San Antonio Dan McMillan Moody, Jr., Houston David John Moore, Cleburne Richard Woods Morris, Fort Worth Stephen Murrin, Jr., Fort Worth William Southwell O ' Donnell, Houston Rufus Ed Palm, Abilene Robert Sam Parks, Houston Edwin Jones Peet, San Antonio Philip Hamilton Pritchett, Dallas Stephen Douglas Pritchett, Dallas Hamilton Paul Rogers, Jr., Fort Worth John Dickson Rogers, Fort Worth Edward Washington Rose, III, Dallas Henry Adolph Sauer, Jr., Houston Lawrence Shepard Searcy, San Antonio George Young Siddons, Fort Worm Larry D. Sikes, Dallas Ira Clifton Skinner, San Antonio Stephen Royall Smiley, Austin Robert Daniel Spellings, Fort Worth Robert Lee Stillwell, Houston Michael Gerald Sweeney, Houston Cleaves Rhea Thompson, Fort Worth Jimmy Lynn Thompson, Sherman Robert Stirling Vineyard, Wharton Wade Hoyt Whilden, Houston Norman True Whitlow, Belton Allen Tucker Willis, Austin William Dale Wittliff. Blanco ?oo Johi Dan Lai fob Hob ' fop ffow Alln. C. Bonkhtod, R. Bonkhvod, Bttry, Borgvn, Brainafd, Branch, Braitllon, Bndgti, Brocfcrmytr, D. BuHtr, T. Butltr, CogU, Carroll. Second Row: Caiiin, Chambers, Chupik, Cochron, Cowden, Oovcni, Cropper. Cutltr, D. Down, Denny, Dickey. Dorm. Edmund- ton, Ford. KAPPA SIGMA FACULTY HENRY WILSON CHAPMAN, Swimming Coach ERNEST R. HARDIN, Assistant Professor of Speech WILLIAM CARL LONG, Special Instructor in Mathematics FRANK HALLAM LYELL, Associate Professor of English STUART A. MACCORKLE, Professor of Government EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Director of Student Activities; Assistant Dean of Life HARRY HUNTT RANSOM, President, Main University Ronald Mayson Bankhead, Fort Worth Steve Lee Berry, Houston Robert Bernard Borgers, Fort Worth John Robert Cochran, Jr., Fort Worth Wright Elliott Cowden, Jr., Midland Ralph Thomas Cravens, Arlington Phillip Stephen Cutler, Houston Daniel Stone Davis, Amarillo Robert Earl Dorris, Jr., Fort Worth Lon Michael Goldstein, Fort Worth Robert Lee Harrell, Fort Worth Joseph Sharber Howell, III, Grand Prairie Robert Boyd Hudspeth, Houston Thomas Paul Jacomini, Houston Will Gordon Knox, Austin Philip Lee Kyle, Orange Joe Don Looney, Fort Worth Richard Craig Metz, Fort Worth FALL PLEDGES Cyrus Miller, Jr., Austin Richard Wesley Moncrief, Fort Worth Owen Gene Murray, Fort Worth Joseph Henry Parks, Houston Patrick Henry Pettway, II, Tyler Mark Stanley Richards, San Antonio Lloyd Lester Rigby, Grand Prairie Joe Albert Risser, Jr., Bonham Michael Ray Rooke, Fort Worth Michael Tyne Shropshire, Fort Worth John Edward Silverman, El Paso John Love Toone, Jr., Dallas William Thomas Uhr, Fort Worth William Sidney Vaughn, Bay City Thomas Kyle Ward, Lake Charles, La. Richard Charles Watts, Denton John Curtis White, Dallas Robert Allen White, Fort Worth SPRING PLEDGES John Thomas Dickerson, Arlington James West Patterson, Houston Top Row: Horrell, Hill, Hoeck, Howell. Second Row.- Hudspeth, Jacomini, Kane, J. Kyle. Third Row: P. Kyle, Larson, London, Looney. Fourth Row: McCann, D. McLeod, J. McMahon, Melz. Fifth Row: Miller, Moncrief, Moody, Moore. Sixth Row: Murray, Murrin, J. Parks, R. Parks. Sevenfh Row.- Pettway, S. Pritchett, Eighth Row: Rigby, Risser, H. Roge Ninth Row.- Rooke, Rose, Sauer, Shi Tenth Row.- Searcy, Siddons, Silverm Eleventh Row.- Smiley, Spellings, Sw Pritchelt, Richards. J. Rogers. n, Skinner. eney, C. Thompson. Twelfth Row: J. Thompson, Toone, Uhr, Vaughn. Thirteenth Row: Vineyard, Ward, Watts, J. White. Fourteenth Row: R. White, Whitlow, Willis, Wittliff. Page 425 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1909 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1917 OFFICERS Fall Spring JOHN DEE FORGY President ROBERT WAYNE WHITIS TERRENCE WENOALL PRATT Vice-President JERRY BART SHIPP JACK FRANK Lurrs Secretary REX JAMES SPIVEY RICHARD ALAN RIVES Rush Captain LARRY DUNCAN THOMPSON MRS. ELIZABETH MAYNARD, Housemother Miss MOLLIE MAZE, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sweetheart MEMBERS Bert Bently Adkins, Houston John Wheeler Barger, College Station Chester Alwyn Barr, Austin Wayne Leon Browning, Temple Charles Hunter Burge, Houston John Dyer Carr, San Antonio Robert I. Carr, Jr., San Antonio Robert Randolph Casey, Jr., Houston Pat English Clark, Houston Richard Don Coan, Stephenville John Almon Craig, Austin Betrand Monroe Cromack, III, Austin Pat Ward Davis, Dallas Billy Bernard Day, Austin Ronald Erwin Douglas, Dallas Robert Edwin Eikel, Houston John Dee Forgy, San Antonio William Terry Gardner, Austin John James Gibson, Fort Worth Charles Frederick Goff, Jr., Lake Jackson James Paris Goodnight, Dallas Edwin Reginald Greer, Jr., Dallas John Frederick Haley, Jr., Fort Worth Charles Houston Harris, III, Fort Worth Richard Nelson Henson, Beaumont David Gibson Jester, Dallas Arnold Erich Krause, New Braunfels William Ross Laughlin, Baytown William Hiram Locke, De Leon Arbon Jack Lowe, Henderson Jack Frank Lutts, Dallas Patrick Stephens Lutts, Dallas Charles Joseph Macmanus, Corpus Christi John Hampton Marshall, Quanah Roger Francis Nelson, Austin George Frank Oatman, Jr., Austin James William Owens, Texas City Terrence Wendall Pratt, Austin John Douglas Reichert, Austin Richard Alan Rives, Houston William Harp Rogers, Dallas Herman Edward Scheiblich, Marlin Jerry Bart Shipp, Victoria Jay Riggan Sorrell, Pearsall Rex James Spivey, San Antonio Edward Arlin Steele, Hamilton, Ohio Warren Curtis Stuart, Midland Larry Duncan Thompson, Fort Worth Robert Bryan Twaddell, Clarendon Roger Sherwood Walker, Midland Charles Oliver Walts, Hill City, Kans. Robert Wayne Whitis, Eldorado Jerry Tom Wilson, Dallas Top Row; Moynord, Amocktr. Borger, Bowerj. Burgt. R. Carr. Stcond (aw: Cony, Clark, Craig, Cromack, Davn, Oauglai, Eik l, F frll LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FACULTY CURTIS JACKSON ALDERSON, Associate Professor Emeritus of Physical and Health Education ROBBIN COLYER ANDERSON, Professor of Chemistry RHEA HUGHSTON WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Physical and Health Education Pring M ' NEWHiTis w BAITS 1 JAMES Sum THOMPSON Jrpus Christi nah FALL PLEDGES John Hart Amacker, Dallas Ellis Marcus Bowers, Texarkana Danny Morris Cain, Dallas James Delane Cross, Plainview John Milton Ferrell, Houston Rodman Edward Gorman, Houston Luis Alfonso Jimenez, El Paso Robert Turner Johnson, Jr., Lake Jackson John Burton Kendrick, Denton John Bingham Martin, McKinney Warren William Martin, Lake Jackson Charles Patrick O ' Ferrall, Fort Worth Tony Pfannkuche, Austin Charles Talmadge Phillips, Lake Jackson Larry Cole Sheldon, Waco Glenn Jackson Straus, Dallas James Larry Taylor, Dallas p cf? i Kans. o SPRING PLEDGES Emmett Harold Buell, Dallas Ben Mike Ethridge, Midland Robert Paul Fermier, Houston Michael Wade Gillespie, Borger John Walton Wadill, Houston Top Row.- Forgy, Goff, Goodnight. Second Row: Haley, Henson, Jimenez. Third Row-. Johnson, Kendrick, Lowe. Fourth Row: J. Lutti, Marshall, J. Martin. Fifth Row.- W. Martin, O ' Ferrall, Owens. Sixth Row; Pfannkuche, Phillips, Pratt. Seventh Row: Reichert, Rives, Scheiblich. Eighth Row. Sheldon, Shipp, Spivey. Ninth Row: Steele, Stuart, Straus. Tenth Row: Thompson, Walker, Wilson. Page 427 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1848 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1883 OFFICERS Fall Spring BENJAMIN RUSH NORVELL President DAVID MOONEY CARMICHAEI RALPH SELIS NEUHAUS Reporter REGINALD EDWARD WATSON, J . AAALCOLM LANE COOPER Recording Secretary ROBERT GAIL OLIVER WILLIAM ARTHUR THOMPSON, JR Warden ROBERT JAMES BRENT, JR. THOMAS WEIR LABATT, III Housemanager JERRY ALLEN ROCHELLE MRS. CHARLES E. WARD, Housemofher MEMBERS Thomas Lafferty Adleta, Dallas Stanley Arch Ault, Houston Robert James Brent, Jr., Houston James Perry Bryan, Jr., Freeport David Mooney Carmichael, Beaumont William Richard Cashion, Jr., Lubbock George Littlefield Clark, Dallas John Michael Collins, Dallas Cornelius George Comegys, McKinney William Van Conover, II, Houston Malcolm Lane Cooper, Amarillo Robert Bynum Dorrell, Deer Park John Edward Eckel, Jr., Austin Jon Russ Eversberg, Albany John Eubank Furrh, Elysian Fields William Madison Furrh, Elysian Fields Estel Gene Gifford, Amarillo Marvin Harris Greenwood, Houston Jesse Boyd Heath, Jr., Madisonville Newlin C. Herndon, Jr., Houston James Thomas Hudgins, Lubbock Ronald Howard Jacobe, Houston John Raymond Jordan, Jr., Houston Thomas Weir Labatt, III, San Antonio John Michael Mahaffey, Corpus Christ! Peter Bolin Mahaffey, Jr., Corpus Christ! Durward D. Mahon, Jr., Lubbock Charles Allen Monaghan, Beaumont Kilburn Gardere Moore, Houston Robert Keen Moses, Jr., Richmond Charles Robert Neblett, Canyon Ralph Sells Neuhaus, Houston Benjamin Rush Norvell, Beaumont Edwin Stephen Oden, Atlanta Robert Gail Oliver, Jr., Corpus Christi Charles Wellington Pace, Dallas Louis Christopher Page, Austin Doyle E. Perkinson, Jr., Longview Charles Benjamin Richards, Jr., Waco James Irvin Riddle, III, Houston Jerry Allen Rochelle, Texarkana David Dee Russell, Amarillo Richardson Gano Scurry, Jr., Dallas Wheeler Moore Sears, Hereford Allen Currie Smith, Amarillo John Henderson Smither, Huntsville Arthur William SoRelle, Amarillo Thomas Fitzhugh Soriero, Houston Andrew John Swenson, Stamford Walter Jennings Taylor, Lubbock William Arthur Thompson, Dallas Robert Lee Thornton, Dallas Tommy Eusie Turner, Borger Joe Lett Ward, II, Waco Reginald Edward Watson, Jr., Dallas Alfred Earl White, Jr., Tyler Johnson Mallory Whitsett, II, Amarillo Joe !oj :r How thai Top low: Adl to, J. Bf nt, It. Brtnt, Carmicho !, Caff. Coshion. Comgrt. M. Cooptr Second Row: T. Cooper, Dnton, Dofttll Eckel, Evtnbcrg. Crttnhill, Grtcnwood. Hoth. Hudgins. PHI DELTA THETA FACULTY THOMAS MABRY CRANFILL, Associate Professor of English CHARLES TILFORD MCCORMICK, Professor of Law ROBERT WELDON STAYTON, Professor of Law FALL PLEDGES Alan Carl Baum, Austin John Bosworth Brent, Houston Marvin Weatherby Carr, Dallas Jewell Abernathy Comegys, McKinney Terry Jack Cooper, Tyler George William Denton, Dallas Joe Robert Greenhill, Jr., Austin Roger Bryant Hardee, Midland Bartow Lee Jones, III, Houston Howard Wright Mays, Jr., Austin William Edward Mclnnis, Wharton Charles Roudebush Nester, Canyon Charles Thomas Newton, Jr., Austin Hubert Oxford, III, Beaumont Patrick Cunningham Oxford, Beaumont Jay Henry Parks, Dallas David Allen Smith, Lubbock Nelson King Smith, Houston Louis Wilson Storms, Houston William Fred Strauss, Houston Micajah Stokes Stude, Houston Alan Richard Taylor, Houston Thomas Lafayette Thornton, Dallas Frederick Eugene Turner, Dallas Thomas Virgil Wade, Henderson SPRING PLEDGE John Henry Carouthers, Houston Top How. Jones, Labatt, Mays. Second Row: Mclnnis, Monaghan, Moore. Third Row: Neblett, Nester, Neuhaus. fourth Row-. Newton, Norvell, Oxford. Tilth Row: Pace, Page, Riddle. Sixth Row: A. Smith, D. Smith, N. Smith. Seventh Row: Smither, SoRelle, Soriero. Eighth Row: Storms, Strauss, Stude. Ninth Row: Swenson, A. Taylor, Thompson. Tenth Row: R. Thornton, T. Thornton, Turner. Eleventh Row: Watson, White, Whitsett. - P O v " l -J Page 429 V , NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1848 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1883 OFFICERS Fall IRA JON BRUMLEY KENNETH EUGENE ENGLISH WILLIAM CAMERON McCuLLOCH. EUGENE JOSEPH DOZIER JAMES FOSTER MASON Spring President ROBERT WAYNE MIGHELL Treasurer JERRY PAUL DEHLINGER Recording Secretary LENOIR MOODY JOSEY, II . . . Corresponding Secrefary CHARLES ADOLPH BETTS Historian GORDON WINFRED JENNINGS MRS. MARY PRYOR, Housemofher .EA. MEMBERS John Littleton Barnes, Son Angela Charles Adolph Belli, Austin Donald Ctmton Bishop, Sweetwater Phillip Arnold Bleakney, Horlingtn Arthur Michael Bower, Jefferson Paul Claunch Brindley, Houston Ira Jon Brumley, Austin David Hutchison Burrow, Sweetwater Lowell Donald Buss, Edinburg Gary Preston Butcher, Jr., Midland Jim Sam Camp, Pecos Rtchard Charles Campbell, Fort Worth Lon P. Carpenter, San Antonio Thomas Franklin Coleman, Pasadena Jack Altman Collins, Dallas George David Conn, Beaumont Larry George Cooper, Ionia, Mich. John William Copeland, Austin Raymond Wilson Cozby, Jr., Grand Saline Leland Chancy Croft, Odessa Jerry Paul Dehlinger, Abilene Albert Leldon Derden, Jr., Austin Eugene Joseph Dozier, Fort Worth William Carl Ehmon, Boerne James Murray EHer, Dallas Kenneth Eugene English, San Angela Edward Hammel Esquivel, Austin Richard Aubrey Fielder, Lockhart Fredric Earwood Fields, Sonora William Waring Flannery, San Antonio Walter Scott Foriney, Ml, Mineral Wells Joseph Ebner Funk, San Angela Gilbert Dewey Gaedcke, Houston John Allen Genung, Wichita Falls Jeff Lynn Hayes, Port Arthur John Henry Heller, Tyler Thomas McDowell Henderson, Houston Donald Ashley Hillin, Midland Jock Dallas Holford, Austin Gordon Winfred Jennings, Boytown Lenoir Moody Josey, II, Houston John Joseph Kemendo, Dallas Kent Danforth Kibbie. Fort Worth Roger Knight, Jr., Madisonville Harvin Louis Landuo, Jr., Midland Donald Wayne Levisay, Fort Worth Fred Frazier Ligen, Dallas William John Lyons, Jr., San Antonio Nolan Berkeley Marye. Jr., Houston James Foster Mason, Irene Waller William McAllister, III, San Anton.o Justin Scott McCorty, III, Dallas James Harvel McCuistion, Beaumont William Cameron McCulloch, Dallas William Alan McNeil, Beaumont Robert Wayne M.ghell, Dallas Morns Barnes Mtlom, Austin Roy Eugene Miller, Austin Dolph Beadle Moore, Jr., Tyler Houston Munson, Gonzales Thomas William Oliver, Houston William Athearn Paddock, Fort Worth Alexander Polmros, Fort Worth Jerry Bruce Peckham, Port Arthur Joseph Knopp Peery, Weslaco Raymond Coy Poage, Jr., Houston Shannon Harrison Rotliff, Eldorado Edgar Wayne Ray, Jr., Houston John Joseph Redfern, III, Midland David Furman Ritey, San Antonio Robert Henry Bitter. Austin Leo Clark Roan, Fort Worth Ronald Henry Roberts, Austin John Raymond Seals, Dallas George Edward Seay. Dallas Alfred Lewis Shepperd, Odessa Barton Arvin Shirley, Corpus Christi Jock Davis Sides, Jr., Dallas Milton Clark Smith, Jr., Tyler Thomas Henger Stewart, Dallas Douglas Barry Stone, Portalis, N. Mex. Jack Sounders Thompson, Son Angela Joseph Clark Thompson, Dallas John C. Treodwell, Austin Richard Hunter Turner, Fort Worth George Morvm Watson, Jr., San Antonio Charles Richard West, Dallas James Thornton Willerson, San Antonio William Dorrell Willerson, San Antonio Albe rt Edward Williamson, Beaumont Tony Wayne Wilson, Medina James Earl Wmn, Dickenson Barry Charles Wukasch, Austin William Irvin Wyott, Jr.. San Antonio Top low: Pfvor. Adam, Bllll, Bowtf, Brtimlty, Burrow. Butchtr. Carnation, Cim.t, Gallon, DtKlingir. DWi. Stcond low: Fnoglio, F.ldr, Forlnty. Funk, Giddtni. Hall. Horn. Hndrton. Holford. HoolM, Hugrtn. JoMy. PHI GAMMA DELTA FACULTY HOWARD C. GILSTRAP, Special Instructor in Physical Training for Men WILLIAM S. LIVINGSTON, Associate Professor of Government BERRY McQuRE WHITAKER, Director Emeritus, Intramural Sports for Men FALL PLEDGES William Scott Adams, Fort Worth Maurice Leland Allred, Wichita Falls Penny Lamoine Baker, Austin Jay Currie Bechtol, Amarillo Emmett A. Carlisle, McComb, Miss. Richard H. Carnahan, San Antonio Jim David Currie, Amarillo Donald Michael Dalton, Houston Herb Reed DeWees, Dallas William Henry Fenoglio, Houston Harold Norton Giddens, Dallas James Wayne Gilbert, Beaumont Larry Allen Hall, San Antonio Jeran Joe Hooten, Austin John Winston Hughes, Tyler William Richard Knight, Jr., Gonzales Richard Spencer Lewis, San Antonio Robert Waldo Little, Dallas Winfield Hugh Looney, Houston Wilson Kee Mason, III, Jefferson Michael Warren Massey, Odessa Fain McDougal, Jr., Cuero Edward F. McFarland, Midland Joe Wylie McMullan, Ozona William Hugh Munn, Midland L. Riley Parker, Austin John Stanley Pipkin, Beaumont Richard Woodward Riley, San Antonio Donald Weldon Roark, Houston Robert Arnold Spears, San Antonio David Locke Stone, PortaLis, N. Mex. Charles Victor Thornton, Fort Worth Paul Michael Woods, Crowley T 5 J| T ' SPRING PLEDGES James Arthur Black, Jr., Port Neches Jackson Thornton Fulgham, San Angelo Richard Shriner Glassett, San Angelo Roger Pipkin, Beaumont Charles Seay, Dallas wtf.aji Top Row: Lewis, Morye, J. Mason. Second Row: W. Mason, Massey, Gerhard Maurer. Third Row: McAllister, McCuislion, McCulloch. Fourth Row: McDougal, McFarland, McMullan. Filth Row: Miller, Munn, Parker. Sixth Row: Peckham, Redfern, D. Riley. Seventh Row: R. Riley, Roan, Roark. Eighth Row: Roberts, Seay, Shepperd. Ninth Row: Shirley, Smith, Spears. Tenth Row.- Stewart, Stone, J. Willerson. eleventh Row: W. Willerson, Woods, Wukasch. Page 431 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1852 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1904 OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERT MARION MOORE G.P WIUIAM EUGENE JOOR, III ROBERT LYNN PATTERSON V.G.P GEORGE EDWARD RAMSEY, III SAMUEL EVERARD KINCH, JR A.G SAMUEL EVERARD KINCH, JR. WILLIAM THOMAS ALLISON, II B.G WINSTON THOMAS JONES WILLIAM HAROLD LAFONT P WILLIAM THOMAS ALLISON, II MRS. FAY HUSTON, Housemofher William Thomas Allison, II, Houston Jay Hoyland Arnette, Austin Howard Michael Arno, Austin Enos I. Ashcroft, Sulphur Springs Herschell Lee Atkinson, Goldsmith Emerson Banack, Jr., Odessa James Andrews Bartlett, Beaumont Baylus Earl Bennett, Amarillo John Riley Biggs, Houston Robert Allan Biggs, Austin William Ambrose Biggs, III, Austin Richard Wayne Boyd, Plainview Ronald Gene Bumpus, Plainview William Edward Campbell, Dallas Douglas Holland Chilton, Austin Tom Allen Connelly, Houston Michael Ross Cooper, Winslow, Ariz. Chris Finks Cowing, Austin Thomas Howard Craver, Midland William Lionel Craver, Jr., Midland Elbert Creel, Phillips James Douglas Culver, Tyler John Joseph Eikenburg, Dallas Stephen Thomas Elder, Austin David Ragsdale Ellison, Austin George Homer Fancher, Jr., Austin Thomas Phillips Field, Jr., Dallas Gerald Fitz-Gerald, Jr., Midland Andrew Gregory Gannaway, Austin Robert Austin Hatcher, Dallas Otis Dee Horton, Bellaire Bill David Jobe, Marshall Robert Randle Johnson, Dallas Winston Thomas Jones, Dallas William Eugene Joor, III, Houston Richard Hudson Kelsey, Midland Samuel Everard Kinch, Jr., Austin Edwin Loren Kirkpatrick, II, Austin MEMBERS Bruce John Knierim, Austin William Harold LaFont, Plainview Robert Joseph Lee, Bryan William Omar Logan, Jr., Palestine Donald James Maclver, Dallas Lawerence Allen Mann, Laredo Greg Newton Martin, Austin Robert Seley Masterson, Beaumont William Edward Matthews, Houston William Henry Mayer, San Antonio John Jackson McClendon, Jr., Houston David Earl McDonald, Houston Fred Daniel McDonald, Fort Worth James Russell McGoodwin, San Antonio Richard D. Millsap, II, Odessa Robert Marion Moore, Corpus Christ! Thomas Martin Moore, Dallas Howard Grant Nichols, Beaumont Jerry Bankhead Ormand, Odessa Charles Hobert Owens, Jr., Austin Robert Lynn Patterson, Shreveport, La. Geoffrey Rex Pauling, Midland Coley Ronald Platt, Austin William Hayes Pitts, Austin George Edward Ramsey, III, Brookeville, Md. Charles David Ray, Dallas Nelson Vernon Sanders, Austin Gerald Lee Sewell, Bellaire Ellis Matthew Skinner, II, Dallas George William Swain, III, San Antonio Bill Newton Walker, Cleveland James Bruce Warden, Austin John Allan Watson, Austin John Lyle West, Cleveland Hugh Francis West, Dallas Gordon Edd White, Cleveland Roy Bain Williams, Houston Ronald Gene Woods, Pampa : ;= ' - Jam Gw Faro : Neii Cm, fop flow Huston. A ' liion, Arnvtr. Ashcrofl. Bogby, Bortltlt. toll, J. Biggi. Boyd. Burroughs, Canoltt. S cond How: Connolly, Cooptr, T. Oavtc, W. Oovtr, Culvir Davit. Eiktnburg, Eldtr. Fuld, FiU-Gwald, Holdiw, Notion. PHI KAPPA PSI FACULTY WILLARD HUGHES BRENTLINGER, Assistant Professor of Psychology HOMER VINCENT CRAIG, Professor of Mathematics EDWARD EVERETT HALE, Professor of Economics JOSEPH LINDSEY HENDERSON, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education Gus. M. HODGES, Professor of Law CALEB PERRY PATTERSON, Professor Emeritus of Government JAMES R. ROACH, Associate Professor of Government OLIVER DOUGLAS WEEKS, Professor of Government FALL PLEDGES Jerry Dale Arnett, Houston Richard Stephen Bagby, Dallas Charles Fredrick Bayless, Midland Jay Stephen Bell, Odessa George Donald Belt, Cleveland James William Burroughs, Shreveport, La. James David Camp, Cameron Gus Thomas Canales, Premont Daniel Kelly Collins, Austin John Pat Culpepper, Cleburne Farrar Montgomery Davis, San Antonio Edmund John Fleming, Austin Jerry Pat Gibson, Odessa Jerry Walter Gunn, Fort Worth Neil Lloyd Hunt, Amarillo Kenneth Ray Jacob, Austin James Carley Jeffries, Austin Robert Bruce Langston, Houston Ralph Linares, Austin Joel Brady Locke, Fort Worth James Murphy Mash, Andrews Perry Connolly Maxwell, Jr., Graham Lee G. Mayfield, Austin Sutton Gibbs Page, Austin Robert Evans Ransdell, Jr., Dallas Wright Orvid Salter, Jr., Bay City Carrel Wayne Schavrda, Sealy Alva Ray Sims, Houston Paul Robertson Stabler, Jr., Dallas James Grable Story, Dallas Nelson William Wolff, Brownsville Gerald Lee Wood, Odessa SPRING PLEDGES Milton James Bass, Houston Gary Charles Bernhard, Austin James Hilton Hardie, Gatesville Charles Reagan Sirmons, Baytown Top Row: Hunt, Jacob, Johnson. Second Row.- Jones, Kelsey, Kinch. Third Row: LaFont, Locke, Maclver. Fourth Row: Masterson, Matthews, Mayer. Filth Row: Maylield, McClendon, McGoodwin. Sixth Row: Millsap, R. Moore, T. Moore. Seventh Row: Nichols, Ormand, Owens. Eighth Row: Patterson, Pauling, Ramsey. Ninth Row: Ransdell, Schavrda, Sewell. Tenth Row: Sims, Skinner, Stabler. Eleventh Row.- Story, Warden, J. West. Twelfth Row: White, Wood, Woods. Page 433 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1850 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1941 OFFICERS Fall Spring JOHN KIMBRELL DARLING Alpha RICK PETER FISHER KENNETH JOSEPH WUNSCH Befa PATRICK BENNETT CRANE ROBERT WAYNE PETERSON Tau LAWRENCE COLEMAN MOSHER HAROLD DUDLEY WARD, JR Sigma ALLEN COBBLE RAY PHILIP HARLAND SHRADER, JR ' ofa ROLAND MCKENDREE CHAMBERLAIN MRS. JESSICA WELLS, Housemother Miss REBECCA Jo LEE, Sweefhearf MEMBERS Dan Lewis Armstrong, Houston Donald Aaron Bartlett, Fort Worth Al Evans Birdwell, Jr., Houston Henry Tebbs Brooks, Houston Roland McKendree Chamberlin, Houston Robert Lewis Coffey, Freeport Clarence Wharton Cole, Houston Richard Rosser Cole, Houston Jack Chamness Commings, Austin Maurice Edward Cowan, A,ustin Patrick Bennett Crane, Conroe John R. Croxson, West Hollywood, Fl a. James Duff Daniels, Dallas John Kimbrell Darling, Houston William Lewis Davidson, Houston Robert W. Dickerson, Austin George Gunter Edgerton, Corpus Christ! Rick Peter Fisher, Beaumont Ray Alvin Gipson, Victoria Ernest Jay Hall, Houston Robert Louis Harris, Houston Jack Aldin Harvey, Austin Jim Richard Herbster, Houston Floyd Norman Hodges, San Antonio George William Knebel, Austin Shelly Lee Leffingwell, Austin Clifton Hatcher McCall, Victoria Lawrence Coleman Mosher, Jr., Pasadena James Charles Murphy, Austin Robert Wayne Peterson, Brenham Thomas Franklin Ryan, Houston Oliver Albert Schwausch, Wilburg William Clarence Scurry, Jr., Dallas Philip Harland Shrader, Jr., Dallas Robert Barnes Summers, Pasadena James A. Stricklin, Baytown Robert Anderson Taylor, Jr., Houston Thomas Cline Thompson, Houston David Alan Traynor, Austin Harold Dudley Ward, Jr., Houston Dain Paul Whitworth, Pasadena Ray Harron Wright, Dallas Kenneth Joseph Wunsch, San Antonio Robert Benny Zaboroski, Austin Fred Davi Alfai Albf - Top tow: Wills. Borlon. Boyll. Broil, .Id. Bnto.n, Chombtrlin. Coy. C. Col. Colll. Stcond Row Cowon, Crone, Croxton. Oonivlt, Dorlmg, Devil, Eornvir, Edgvrton. Forr, Fishtr. PHI KAPPA SIGMA FACULTY STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Professor of Resources LLOYD LORING CLICK, Dean Emeritus, College of Arts and Sciences ROBERT CRAWFORD COTNER, Associate Professor of History DR. JOHN AUGUSTUS CROCKETT, Physician, Student Health Center CARL F. HEREFORD, Associate Professor of Psychology WILLIAM HENRY HOFFMAN, JR., Assistant Professor of Accounting DR. HARRY L. KLOTZ, Physic an, Student Health Center PANAYOTIS JOHN LYMBEROPOULOS, Instructor in Business Statistics CALVIN C. NOLEN, Director, Texas Union ARNO NOWOTNY, Dean of Student Life FALL PLEDGES William Andrew Barton, Temple Larry J. Beaman, Corpus Christi John Patrick Boyle, Houston Bernard M. Brasfield, Dallas Kenneth Robert Britain, Houston Frederick William Burkhardt, III, Tomball David William Cottle, Dallas Albert Edwin Davis, Dallas Thomas Michael Earnest, Austin Albert Pike Farr, III, Houston Robert Otis Gaston, Wichita Falls Robert Franklin Gross, Groom Randall Lee Hammons, Jr., Pasadena Donald Paul Knoblock, Magnolia George Volney Launey, Dallas Michael David Mizell, Dallas Sidney Bernard Muller, Jr., Tomball Lester Dale Neidigk, Tomball Jon Paul Newton, Beeville Thomas James Newton, Corpus Christi Coleman Nockolds, Houston Rodney Ray Oestreich, Fredericksburg. Allen Cobble Ray, Rusk George Michael Robinson, San Antonio Jerry Mike Smith, Pasadena Richard Clinton Vilven, Austin Tompie Robert Whitworth, Pasadena Wayne Clark Williams, Temple Kenneth Lee Wise, Amarillo SPRING PLEDGES Anthony Wayne Butler, Monahans Albert Edwin Davis, Dallas Herbert Walker Cowell, Houston Stanley Monroe Poer, Monahans Top Row.- Gross, Hammons, Harris. Second Row.- Herbster, Hodges, Knebel. Third Row.- Launey, Leffingwell, Mizell. Fourth Raw: Mosher, Muller, Neidigk. filth Row: T. Newton, Nockolds, Oestreich. Sixth Row: Peterson, Ray, Robinson. Seventh Row.- Ryan, Schwausch, Scurry. Eighth Row.- Shrader, Smith, Summers. Ninth Row: Thompson, Traynor, Ward. Tenth Row: D. Whitworth, T. Whitworth, Wise. Eleventh Row: Wright, Wunsch, Zaboroski. Page 435 i NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1906 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1943 OFFICERS Fall LEWIS HARDEMAN STEVES President RONALD GENE ALLEN Vice-President RICHARD WILLIAM FOOTE Secretary MICHAEL LARRY LEMONS Treasurer HENRY ASA TAYLOR E.C.M.A.L MRS. ADDIE SCRIMGEOUR, Housemofher Miss MARY ELLIS WALKER, Delta Gamma, Sweetheart Spring SAMMY D. SAPP , WOODKOW WAYNE CRAWFORD HOYT HUGHES PURVIS HENRY ASA TAYLOR JACK FEITON FURRH MEMBERS Ronald Gene Allen, Amarillo Dan Edward Beckelman, Fort Worth Donald John Bennett, Houston Charles Reber Blocker, Dallas Thomas Dean Boesch, Midland Charles Harold Borup, Houston Paul D. Clinkscales, Dallas Woodrow Wayne Crawford, Corpus Christ! Rann Lionel Clark, Houston Paul Meredith Culp, Jr., Abilene John Warner DeFarges, Houston David Lee DeFee, Houston James Edward Desha, San Antonio Robert David Ernst, Syracuse, N. Y. Richard William Foote, Houston Gary Alan Fryar, Dallas Jack Felton Furrh, Jr., Fort Worth Donald Herman Gatlin, Dallas Sammie James Granato, Austin Harry Paul Haiduk, Pampa Harry Vinson Hammond, Dallas Douglas Weems Hanson, III, Tyler Edward Murray Harris, Jr., Houston Robert Wayne Hughes, Nocona Fritz Paul Kronberger, Houston Michael Larry Lemons, Plainview Stanley Floyd Lowrey, La Porte Joel Bolton McCarty, Jr., Houston Donald Allan Maxwell, Austin John Baxter Moore, Rockdale John Purdy Mosher, Corpus Christ! David Howard Munzell, Jefferson City, Mo. Allison Keith Mustin, Alice Larry Melvin Nau, Austin David Peter Phillips, Houston Hoyt Hughes Purvis, Jonesboro, Ark. Ramon Klugh Robinson, Magnolia, Ark. Sammy D. Sapp, Dallas Geoffrey Lynn Shaw, Wichita Falls Otis Claude Shearer, III, Booker Robert Warren Silman, New York, Lewis Hardeman Steves, Bay City Henry Asa Taylor, Tomball Kenneth Allen Truitt, Longview Olney Gray Wallis, Llano George Alan Wells, Houston GUI JOT N. Y. Top tow Soimgtour. Alltn, Beard, Btcktlman. Btnnttt. 61ocfc r. Boddkr. luthtll. Clark, Second ffow: DeFargej. DF e, D ho, Elliott. Cmf. Fi|h r, Foot . Fowler. Fryor. Gog f PHI KAPPA TAU FACULTY BOB L. CRUTCHFIELD, Special Instructor in Physics FALL PLEDGES John Harris Beard, Houston Gammon Cretin Boddeker, Jr., Austin Thomas Michael Boyle, Houston Gary Everett Bushell, Austin Charles Andrew Elliott, Stephenville Robert Clark Fielder, Houston Fred Hulen Fisher, Clarksville Thomas Haskell Fowler, Clarksville Theodore Alan Gage, Austin Gary Crawford Godfrey, Jacksonville William Clyde Harrison, Dallas Dean Edwin Hayden, Del Rio John Martin Hays, San Antonio George Lee Holmgreen, San Antonio James Edward Hurley, Port Arthur Henry Murry Jones, Houston Owen R. Kirchner, Del Rio Henry Barton Leopold, San Antonio Michael Lyddell Lowe, Dickinson George Fairless Lull, El Paso Scott Gordon Moore, Dallas Gary Jack Ricketts, Wichita Falls Jerry Lynn Rogers, Duncanville James William Springer, Georgetown David Allen Trice, Dallas Michael Wayne Turner, Dallas Marshall Gene Webb, Dallas Larry Martin Wood, Richards Gary Thomas Worthley, Houston SPRING PLEDGES David William Cottle, Dallas Dudley Perdue Davis, Jr., Center George Lee Holmgreen, San Antonio Gary Jack Ricketts, Wichita Falls Marshall Gene Webb, Dallas Gary Thomas Worthley, Houston Top Row. Godfrey, Haiduk, Hanson. Second Row.- Harris, Harrison, Hayden. Third Row: Hays, Holmgreen, Hughes. Fourth Row: Hurley, Jones, Kirchner. Fifth Row. Lemons, Leopold, Lowe. Sixth Row: Lowrey, Lull, S. Moore. Seventh Row: Phillips, Purvis, Ricketts. Eighth Row: Rogers, Shaw, Shearer. Ninth Row: Springer, Steves, Taylor. Tenth Row: Trice, Wallis, Webb. Eleventh Row: Wells, Wood, Worthley. Page 437 4 I NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1889 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1959 r o Fall DONALD JAMES HAASE . . . . ALEXANDER JESSE CANALES. JOHN GEORGE ENGIER. . . . JAMES PATRICK STUDDERT. . JOE DRAGO, III OFFICERS Spring President DONALD JAMES HAASE V ce-Pres ' denf ROBERT BENJAMIN HINSLEY Secretary JOHN GEORGE ENGLER Treasurer JAMES PATRICK STUDDERT Sergeanf-af-Arms JOE DRAGO, III MRS. EDWENA CRUTCHFIELD, Housemother Miss KATHERINE LOUISE VOETMANN, Sweetheart MEMBERS Lawrence Norborn Alexander, San Antonio Alexander Jesse Canales, Dallas Edward Allison Clarkson, Jr., Refugio Joe Drago, III, Port Arthur John George Engler, Jim Thorpe, Pa. Donald James Haase, Nixon Peter Allen Hatton, Fort Worth James Eugene Henke, Karnes City Robert Benjamin Hinsley, Houston Bates Lowry Hoffer, III, San Angelo Thomas Gentry Jeter, Jr., Refugio Philip Gaffney Young, Refugio Frederick Edward Korzekwa, Hobson Victor Chase McCrea, Midland Mario Leo Messina, Dallas Daniel Albert Naranjo, San Antonio Raymond Julius Quintero, Woodsboro Rene Javie r Ramirez, Hebbronville William Frederick Rogers, Houston Edward Eloy Rousset, Brownsville Frank Bernard Slomchinski, Refugio James Patrick Studdert, Houston Ernest Thomas Tijerina, Brownsville Aluondw. Andtnon, Conoid. Clorlnon, Crou, Drogo, Englw. Grow. Mooit PHI KAPPA THETA iring J s HAASE WIN i Antonio Woodsboro ironville Houston Hjston PLEDGES Donald Joseph Abies, Gladewater James Vincent Anderson, Austin Herbert Leslie Bludeau, San Antonio Richard Frederick Costello, Havertown, Pa. Martin Joseph Cross, San Antonio John William Grosse, Harlingen James Anthony John, Brownsville William Bolles Lockridge, Houston Michael James MacKenna, Dickenson Robert Elliot McCormick, San Antonio Lee Moritz Mueller, San Antonio Johnnie Benard Respondek, Nixon Thomas Frederick Ressel, Houston James Alfred Sinclair, Houston Wayne Virgil Switzer, Houston Gary Joseph Weaver, San Antonio Walter Clark White, Denton John Marvin Young, Refugio Top Raw: Holton, Henke. Second Row.- Hoffer, Jeter. Third Row: John, Korzekwo. Fourth How: Lockridge, MacKenna. Fifth Sow: McCrea, Mueller. Sixth Row: Respondek, Rogers Seventh Row: Sinclair, Slomchinskl. Eighth Row: Studdert, Switzer. Ninth Row.- Tijerina, J. Young. Page 439 o NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1912 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1920 OFFICERS Fall GARY SCHRAM GROSSMAN Master Frater . . PERRY JOE RADOFF Vice-Master Frater LARRY LYNN SCHOENBRUN Treasurer HERBERT ALLAN DAVIS Secretary BARNARD LEE SIMON Housemanager . Spring . . LARRY LYNN SCHOEBRUN MELVIN Louis RICE LEONARD J. LEFF . . .JERKY RICHARD MEYERS .HERMAN WALTER PYE, JR. MRS. MADALENE B. PATTON, Housemo her MEMBERS David Hardy Andres, Dallas Louis Marvin Atlas, Houston Gus Block, Houston Robert Phillip Brochstein, Houston Morton Allan Cohn, Houston Herbert Allen Davis, San Antonio Marvin Allan Denowitz, Longview Harold Eichenbaum, Jr., Austin Louis Wood Englander, Waco Morris Jay Engle, Dallas Daniel Isaac Felsenthal, Longview Lowell Stephen Fink, Houston Barton Leroy Fruhman, Pine Bluff, Ark. Samuel David Glassman, Greenville Joseph Anthony Gluckman, Houston Gary Alvin Goldfeder, Wichita Falls Gary Schram Grossman, Houston Jay Jules Karkowsky, Houston Jay Rodney Kline, Port Arthur Robert Coleman Kottwitz, Houston Frank Samuel Ladin, II, Houston Jon Stuart Lasser, Houston Leonard J. Leff, Houston Bruce Arlen Lipshy, Dallas Richard Jules Lcewenstern, Houston Stanley Earl Marcus, San Antonio Rodney Harry Margolis, Houston Leon Aron Mellow, Dallas Roger Sharon Mellow, Dallas Barton Gary Menscher, Shreveport, La. Jerry Richard Meyers, Austin Stephen Orinn Music, Hattiesburg, Miss. Jerome Jacob Nathan, III, Beaumont Herman Walter Pye, Jr., Houston Perry Joe Radoff, Houston Melvin Louis Rice, Houston Lowell Maurice Rosenthal, Fort Worth Raymond Neil Rosenthal, Newport Beach, Calif. Arthur Louis Schechter, Rosenberg Larry Lynn Schoenbrun, Tyler Irvin Stanley Silverman, Lubbock Bernard Lee Simon, Houston Steve Marshall Simon, Austin Ronald Glen Steinhart, Beaumont William Louis Wayne, Houston Top Row: Potion, Andrei, Anton, Atlot, Btr, Brcv, Brochtttm, Cohn, B. Oovn. ft Dovu, Eichcnbounv Second ffowi Englondr. EngU, Ftltvnfhal, Gachman, Gorfitld, Glanman, Gluckman, Gotdfedtr, Hort, Jocobton, Katx. An law Hm Stan -: ' . Wan PHI SIGMA DELTA Bennett Stanley Anton, Abilene Saul Charles Belz, Memphis, Tenn. Steven Loyd Bercu, Dallas Steven Mgrris Cohn, Houston Barry Joel Davis, Port Arthur Ronald David Davis, Houston Arnold Gene Gachman, Fort Worth Lawrence Garfield, Beaumont Howard Stanley Hart, Dallas Michael Allen Jacobson, Dallas Jerry Paul Katz, Fort Worth Stanley Morton Kaufman, Houston Harvey Lynn Klein, Houston Marshall Allin Leaffer, Fort Worth Melvyn Lerman, Wharton PLEDGES David Lawrence Levine, Des Moines, Iowa Lee Carl AAaltzman, San Antonio John Maurice Oppenheimer, San Antonio Mark Lester Paull, Houston Steven Gerald Rapfogel, Fort Worth Robert Aaron Rashti, Fort Worth Alan Jared Ribnick, Wichita Falls Bruce George Rodsky, El Paso Lawrence Spear Sartorius, Houston Steven F. Schwartz, Fort Worth Barry Lee Silverman, Longview Richard Louis Simon, Houston Thomas Malcolm Taylor, Fort Worth Thomas Elliot Werlin, Houston Byron Eli Wilkenfeld, Houston Top Row: Kaufman, Klein, Lasser. Second Row: Leaffer, Leff, Lerman. Third Row: Lipshy, Loewenstern, Maltzman. Fourth Row-. Marcus, Menscher, Meyers. Fifth Row: Music, Oppenheimer,. Pye. Sixth Row-. Radoff, Rapfogel, Rashti. Seventh Row: Ribnick, Rice, R. Rosenthal. Eighth Row: Sartorius, Schechter, Schoenbrun. Ninth Row-. Schwartz, B. Silverman, I. Silverman. Tenth Row: B. Simon, R. Simon, Steinhart. Eleventh Row: Wayne, Werlin, Wilkenfeld. Page 441 r I I NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1873 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1947 Fall BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WARREN . DANIEL SHELTON GAFFORD . . . JAMES DONALD BASH AM. . . . TOM PRICE, JR DAVID RENNIE KOEPP JAMES CLIFTON HAY, III . . . . OFFICERS Spring President HUBERT CARL ASKEW Vice-President DAVID RENNIE KOEPP Secretary WILLARD TALMADGE REESE Treasurer JAMES CLIFTON HAY, III Sentinel TERRELL MARION COOKSTON Inductor FRANK AUGUST HUETER MRS. EVE HILDEBRAND, Housemother MEMBERS Hubert Carl Askew, Houston James Carroll Aston, Houston James Donald Basham, Dallas Eugene Lee Brown, Dallas Terrell Marion Cookston, Dallas Dail Warren Cosner, Corpus Christ! Philip Douglas Creer, Jr., Austin Charles Pate Durrenburger, Houston Charles B. Foyt, Austin Daniel Shelton Gafford, Reagan Edwin James Gilbert, Mathis Kenneth Earl Gilbert, Waco Jack Ronald Grant, Houston Lawrence Lafayette Griffin, Jr., Austin David Grissom, Dallas Orrin Kepler Grove, Corpus Christ! Daniel Stratton Gwinner, Dallas Francis Edward Harkrider, Temple James Clifton Hay, III, Corpus Christ! David Kirby Helton, Dayton, Ohio Frazier Patrick Henry, San Angelo Floyd Dennis Herndon, Garland Hal A. Hudson, Houston Frank August Hueter, Jr., Houston John Eugene Kelly, Dallas Harry Llewellyn Kent, III, Austin David Rennie Koepp, Waco John Sloan Leonard, Jr., Dallas Robert Donald Lumley, Baytown Karl Archer Maley, Austin Alfred Gene Matthews, San Angelo Gerald Nelson Matthews, Wichita Falls Wilbourn Baker McAdams, Tomball Floyd Allen McCreight, Fort Worth Orville Homer Miller, Iowa Park Robert Hughes Millwee, Dallas Richard Harper Pettway, Austin William Burt Pittenger, Austin John Wilson Price, Corpus Christ! . Tom Price, Jr., Corpus Christi Willard Talmadge Reese, Corpus Christi Loyd Gordon Robertson, Houston Burrell Rowe, III, Livingston Richard T. Schnabel, Knoxville, Tenn. Francis Douglass Shear, Fort Worth Robert Hamilton Smalley, Dallas Robert Gary Smith, Dallas Walter Scott Smith Jr., Marlin Kenneth Lee Tekell, Corsicana Warren Bergen Terry, Corpus Christi Joseph Emmett Townsend, Galveston Robert Hendrick Turner, Marlin Benjamin Franklin Warren, Corpus Christi George Polk Williams, Corsicana Darrell David Wilson, Houston Thomas Franklin Witten, Dallas Tap law, Hildtbrond, Alkew, Boihom. Brodlty, Surge, Cookilon. Oenkowik., Drollo. Foyt. Second How: K. Gilbert, Grant. Grotigny, Griffin, Grove, HorVridlr, Hoy. Howell, F. Hueler, H. Hueter, ( f W)Cf rfn r rp tlAtiLm -J.U.U ,- r n p PT .feJ.ii-k PHI SIGMA KAPPA FACULTY FREDERICK JOSEPH ADAMS, Professor of Educational Psychology HAROLD L. BRADLEY, Head Basketball Coach FRANKLIN LANIER Cox, Vice-Chancellor of Administrative Services PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER, Director, School of Architecture KARL K. KLEIN, Associate Professor of Physical Training for Men FALL PLEDGES Steve Justin Bradley, Dallas William Wallace Burge, Houston George Carl Denkowski, Texas City John Casper Drolla, Fort Worth B. Wayne Gratigny, Dallas William D. Howell, Corpus Christ! Harvey H. Hueter, Houston Timothy Clarence Johnstone, Elsa M. Glenrr Lindsey, Dallas Robert Eugene Matlock, Jr., Dallas Larry Edward Milliger, Llano J. D. Monk, Austin Donald Barnell Moore, Houston Larry Conrad Morrow, Nash Charles Lee Noack, Corpus Christ! James Wesley Phillips, Abilene Charles Raymond Pittman, Midland Murray Randolph Ray, Dallas Clark Raymond Rutledge, Dallas Paul Dale Ryan, Dallas John Hamilton Savage, III, San Antonio Richard Clark Tedford, Dallas Cary Neal Vollintine, Fort Worth Guy Irving Wade, Houston James Vernon Walden, Austin Neal Avery Watt, Austin James G. White, Houston Thomas Russell Wood, Wichita Falls Charles William Yett, Austin SPRING PLEDGES James Thomas Bergen, III, Austin Sherman Eugene Noble, Austin Top Row: Johnstone, Koepp, Lindsey. Second Row: Matloclc, A. Motthews, G. Matthews. Third Row: Milliger, Millwee, Monk. Fourth Row: Moore, Morrow, Noack. Fifth Row: Phillips, Piltenger, Pittman. Sixth Row: J. Price, T. Price, Ray. Seventh Row: Reese, Rowe, Ryan. Eighth Row: Savage, Shear, Smalley. Ninth Row: Tedford, Terry, Turner. Tenth Row: Walden, Warren, Watt. Eleventh Row: White, Wood, Yetf. Page 443 r NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1868 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1920 OFFICERS Fall WALLACE EDWIN LOWRY, JR SMC WILLIAM VANN BROWN IMC HARVARD LEE MCBRAYER THC RICHARD WOOLSEY CHOTE Pledge Master MRS. E. J. EADES, Housemofher Miss JUDITH KAY MATTHEWS, Alpha Delta Pi, Sweetheart Spring .WILLIAM GRATZ WOODFORD ROBERT EARL CLARK . . . .DONALD PAUL MEADOR MICHAEL ROY GIBSON MEMBERS Donald Wright Abston, Daingerfield Richard Edward Araiza, El Paso Joseph Fletcher Archer, San Antonio William Joseph Bailey, Marfa Bernard Edward Breihan, El Paso William Vann Brown, Greenville Kenneth Wesley Burch, Greenville Richard Woolsey Chote, Austin Robert Earl Clark, Austin Thomas Nendell Crowell, San Antonio William Claude Davidson, Yazoo City, Miss. Antonio Lozane Dieste, Tampico, Mexico Townsend Wade Douglas, Amarillo Perry Tindall Foster, Calvert James Charles Fritchie, Amarillo Lewie Douglass Garner, Lufkin Michael Roy Gibson, El Paso James David Gillaspie, San Antonio Edward Swinney Givens, Topeka, Kans. Robert Steel Gleason, Amarillo Rodney Lee Hortenstine, Amarillo Fred Earl Ingerson, Jr., Austin Raymond Percy James, San Antonio Royal Parks James, San Antonio Albert Boggess Kimball, Dallas Walter Daniel Kleine, III, Gonzales Robert Gist Knupp, Amarillo Joseph Baggett Latting, Austin Wallace Edwin Lowry, Jr., Huntsville David Haywood Mangum, San Antonio Guy Edward Matthews, Mont Belvieu Harvard Lee McBrayer, Jr., Austin William Edward McCaleb, III, Austin Hugh Nelson McWilliams, Atlanta Donald Paul Meador, Amarillo Carroll Truett Moore, San Antonio Richard Roberts Morrison, III, Daingerfield John Hughston Nabors, Jr., Winnsboro Elmer Louis Nelson, Elgin Fred Anthony Odom, Gilmer Hubbard Sellers Parks, Kerrville Charles Clinton Parsons, Houston Donald Albert Porter, Jr., Corpus Christi Hubert Wesley Ratliff, Jr., Edna Van King Reese, Austin Ronald Gordon Rosen, Fort Worth Melvin Dee Rowland, Jr., Uvalde Raymond Lewis Scarborough, Jr., Houston Nelson Louis Schiller, Austin James Ray Shafer, Austin Aubrey Jack Shannon, Beaumont Juan Jay Smith, Eastland Richard Burr Stallcup, Nacona Lester Gerry States, Harwood Jackson McLane Tarver, Waco Marvin Harold Vaclav, Amarillo Michael Wade, Bay City William Gratz Woodford, Hereford Joseph Norman Workman, El Paso .: ! ; ;- Jar jod ' - Sta Rot Jan Joe Set - Top tow: Eod. Alvn. Boiwell, Boudlothi. Brei.. Brown, J, A. Chondltr. J. E Chondlr, Choit Clork, CoMy. Cotlw. Dohit Scond Row Dovidion Ditttt Emhort. Eytltr. Foullnr, Ftmnt.i, Foir. Fritchu, Gorntr. Gilloipi . Giv.m. GlMlon. Clovtt, PI KAPPA ALPHA FACULTY CAPTAIN ROBERT E. HAYS, JR., Assistant Professor of Air Science GEORGE W. HOFFMAN, Associate Professor of Geography OTIS ARNOLD SINGLETARY, Assistant to the President James Eugene Alvis, Austin George Timothy Boswell, Fort Worth Lloyd Henry Boudloche, Jr., Baytown Rudolph Bresie, Jr., Lufkin Ned Coy Butler, Abilene Ronald Joe Chalk, Kerrville James Albert Chandler, Houston John Emmett Chandler, Houston Timothy Michael Coffey, Fort Worth Robert Lynn Cotter, Amarillo Byron Paul Dahse, Weimar James Ray Davis, Dallas Wilmer Dean Earhart, Waco Al Lee Eyster, Corpus Christi Staley Faulkner, Denton Robert Donald Forrester, Amarillo James Alton Glover, Livingston John Keith Holman, Houston Joe Travis Hudson, Madisonville Gary Allan Jacobsen, Sulphur Springs Robert Matison Keeney, Jr., Houston Robert Henry Kuempel, Austin Robert Stephen Lake, Fort Worth Charles Wilson Lindsey, III, Fort Worth FALL PLEDGES Charles Arthur Lutz, Odessa Elick Neal Maledon, Jr., Longview Bill Emmett Martin, Denison Harold Etzel McDonald, Giddings Robert Wayne McGuffee, Jr., Fort Worth William Stokes Mclntyre, IV, Navasota Thomas Carlton O ' Dell, Fort Worth Wade Powell Parks, Midland Walter Gerald Passero, El Paso Paul Ray Passmore, Dallas William Hoyt Pilkilton, Dallas Allen Key Puckett, Jr., Dallas Arnold Miller Reynolds, Austin Lewis Harold Rogers, Naples Jim Clifford Scott, Pampa Philip Dee Seewald, Amarillo Robert Nolan Simmons, Wichita Falls Robert D. Simpson, Fort Worth Carlton Eugene Stowers, Abilene Thomas Edward Tieman, Austin Gary Martin Wehrman, El Campo Thomas Neal Welsh, Fort Worth Rabun Thomas Wilson, III, Austin Joe Grant Worsham, Sulphur Springs A SPRING PLEDGES John Stuart Cram, Greenville James Wesley Floyd, Daingerfield Travis Hayden Foster, El Paso Top Row. Hortenstine, Hudson, Jacobsen, Raymond James. Second Row: Kimball, Kleine, Knupp, Kuempel. Third Row: Lake, Lindsey, Lowry, Lutz. Fourth Row: Maledon, Mangum, Martin, Matthews. Fifth Row: McBrayer, McCaleb, McDonald, McGuffee. Sixfh Row.- Mclntyre, Meador, Nabors, Nelson. Seventh Row: O ' Dell, Odom, H. Parks, W. Parks. Eighth Row: Parsons, Passmore, Porter, Puckett. Ninth Row: Rafliff, Reese, Reynolds, Rogers. Tenth Row: Rosen, Scarborough, Scott, Seewald. Eleventh Row. Shafer, Shannon, Simpson, Smith. Twe rfh Row: Stallcup, Vaclav, Wehrman, Welsh. Thirteenth Row: Wilson, Woodford, Workman, Worshan. Page 445 r NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1856 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1884 OFFICERS Fall Spring EDWARD STANTON AAcCuuouGH Em nenf Arc ion BRYAN LEE ROSSON MONROE MARTIN LUTHER Eminent Deputy Archon JAMES MCQUEEN EASTERLING CHARLES GRAHAM TURNBULI Eminent Recorder LANE NEWBURY GEORGE SEARCY WATSON Eminent Correspondent CHESLEY WIGGINS JOHNSTON BILLY MACK PAYNE Eminent Treasurer GEORGE SEARCY WATSON MRS. SAM R. MURPHY, Housemofher Miss HELEN PAT DAYVAULT, Pi Be a Phi, Sweetheart MEMBERS Jim Baldrich, New Orleans, La. Alfred Beckman, San Antonio Donald Wayne Bell, Houston John Timothy Brown, Corsicana George S. Busiek, Dallas David Scothorn Campbell, Longview Robert Michael Canada, Houston Gayle B. Carnahan, Houston James Roby Clopton, McAllen John William Creveling, Jr., Corpus Christi James McQueen Easterling, Co rpus Christi Max Emmert, III, Houston Michael Henry Erskine, San Antonio Mike W. Flowers, Tyler Joe Hardie Freeman, Corpus Christi Gunter Kim Gaskell, San Antonio Byron Jackson Gierhart, Corpus Christi Ned Gill, Jr., Houston Dick Hoskins Gregg, Jr., Houston Robert C. Greve, Houston Fred C. Groos, Jr., San Antonio James Bryan Grubbs, Jr., Houston Farris McDannald Hall, Houston Clifton Stone Harrison, Amarillo Phillip A. Hendren, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Erwin Fulton Hill, Jr., Houston John Brockenbrough Holmes, Jr., Houston Kenneth William Huiett, Jr., Amarillo Chesley Wiggins Johnston, San Antonio Robert David Johnson, Houston Edward Weir LaMontagne, Houston William Dale Ledbetter, Houston Homer Lee Luther, Jr., Houston Monroe Martin Luther, Houston Robert Kelley Maddox, Houston Gene Alexander Matthews, Austin Carlisle Maxwell, Jr., San Antonio Edward Stanton McCullough, Pharr Winston Wayne Mclntosh, Austin John Whiff ield Mecom, Houston John Kirkland Michaux, Houston Dave Mayes Middleton, Liberty John Gregg Middleton, Liberty John M. Mohrman, Gonzales William Daniel Mount, Dallas Lane Newbury, Dallas Larry Joe O ' Neill, Rapid City, S. Dak. John Jacob Ration, Tyler Billy Mack Payne, Conroe James Douglas Peterson, Corpus Christi Robert J. Pickens, Skidmore J. Frank Pinkner, Rosemont, Pa. John Henry Rasmussen, Galveston Harry Moore Rogers, Dallas Bryan Lee Rosson, Corpus Christi Joseph Louis Segrato, Houston Robert Baker Shirley, Austin George Lee Streckmann, Dallas George K. Taggart, Corpus Christi John Randle Taylor, San Antonio Alfred Thomas, Lawton, Okla. Gordon Cole Thomson, Houston Charles Graham Turnbull, San Antonio John Carrol Vogt, Dallas John Morris Wagstaff, Abilene George Searcy Watson, Houston Hoy Newton Wells, San Antonio -3rd 5ooe .:- W 5m Top Row Murphy, Adout, Baldwin, toll. Brown. Bunkly. Clopton, Cochran Second 1 Row- Crtvling, Critftndtn, Fmmeri, England, Fomtr, Flowers, GotktH. Gr v o SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FACULTY HARRELL ESTES LEE, Assodafe Professor of Journalism; Editorial Manager, Texas Student Publications JERRE STOCKTON WILLIAMS, Professor of Law FALL PLEDGES Norman Dumble Adoue, Montgomery Robert Basil Baldwin, Houston Thomas Allen Bunkley, Jr., Stamford Steve Thompson Cochran, Houston Shelby Carlton Crittenden, Detroit Hardy Hudson England, Dallas Robert A. Fainter, Austin Bruce Garland Gaylor, Midway John Roland Gowan, Graham William Robert Granberry, Corpus Christ! Richard Craig Hill, San Antonio Samuel James Lee, II, Angleton James Michael Little, Dallas Cecil Van Draper, Dallas Robert Calhoun McCreary, Longview John Everett Mussleman, Albany Daniel Duncan Neblitt, Jr., Houston Curtis Robinson Newbury, Dallas Carl Nash Peavy, Garland William Edmond Penland, Houston Mervin Dansby Peters, Bryan Kenneth George Phillipps, San Antonio William Edward Pickens, Tynan John Louis Pierce, II, Little Rock, Ark. Robert Dayvault Reynolds, Glen Flora David Fuller Stevens, Dallas Jarrett Cooke Swanson, Jr., Navasota Arthur Temple, III, Lufkin SPRING PLEDGES Richard Reeves Smith, Garland Michael Tuxon, Galena Park Top Row: Groos, R. Hill. Second Row: Lee, Luther. Third Row: Matthews. McCullough Fourth Row.- L. Newbury, O ' Neill Fifth Row: Patton, Penland. Sixth Row: Phillipps, Pickens. Seventh Row: Pierce, Pinkner. Eighth Row: Reynolds, Rosson Ninth Row: Stevens, Watson. Page 447 1 M . p NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1909 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1922 OFFICERS Fall STANLEY B. BLOCK LAWRENCE S. GLAZER . . . PETER AA. LOEB GARY SAMUEL HOFFMAN . Spring Prior GARY SAMUEL HOFFMAN Vice-Prior MICHAEL ROTMAN Exchequer ROBERT A. MARKOWITZ Recorder HENRY MICHAEL DAVIS MRS. EDITH GOMPERTZ, Housemother MEMBERS Marshall E. Benjamin, Borger Stanley B. Block, Corpus Christ! William Michael Burgower, Lamesa Richard Cohen, Houston Henry Michael Davis, Corpus Christ! Calvin L. Donsky, San Angelo Linmor Benney Feiner, El Paso Burton David Fisher, Odessa Gerald Arthur Freid, Dallas Julius Morris Gilbert, Amarillo Lawrence S. Glazer, Fort Worth Leonard J. Goltzman, Victoria William Stanley Granek, Dallas Robert Earl Gurwitz, Three Rivers Gary Samuel Hoffman, Mineral Wells Lawrence Edward Holtzman, Brownsville Gary Gursh Jacobs, San Antonio Jerrold Samuel Jacobs, Waco Robert Meyer Jason, Bluefield, W. Va. Jerry Allan Katz, Miami, Fla. Thomas Eli Wiener, David Isadore Kuperman, Breckenridge Harold Pacey Laves, Austin Ronald Errol Levinson, Houston Peter M. Loeb, Sweetwater Robert A. Markowitz, Houston Jerald Roy Mendell, Corpus Christi Morton H. Meyerson, Fort Worth Sterling Samuel Neuman, San Antonio Allan David Rosenthal, Houston Michael Rotman, San Antonio Lee Roy Salzberger, Dallas Jerald Donald Schwartz, Houston Louis Buck Seigle, Houston James J. Siegel, San Antonio Stephen Richard Silen, San Francisco, Calif. David Lupin Skibell, Lubbock Steven William Smolkin, San Antonio Lawrence Seymour Sondock, Houston Harris Joe Sterling, San Antonio Joseph M. Westheimer, San Antonio Dallas Joel jay I Arid Harr ' , ' : Alar Urn Hob Ma te Evs Top tow. Gompirts, Alliultt, Benjamin. Blotk. Burgowtr. Charloff . ! Cohn. 8 Cohr , Dovii. Doniky. Stcond ftow. Eoklt. Epilt.n. Enroll. Ftmti. F.iher. Frtid. Gilbert. Gmltwtg, Gloir, Gloier, Goldman SIGMA ALPHA MU FACULTY ALAN SCOTT, Associate Professor of Journalism IRWIN SPEAR, Associate Professor of Botany Arnold Kent Altsuler, Omaha, Nebr. Joe Chartoff, Lubbock Jay Edward Cohen, Houston Michael Alan Eaker, Dallas Arthur Joe Epstein, Dallas Harris I. Estroff, Lakeland, Fla. Michael A. Ginsberg, Houston Alan Lawrence Glast, Odessa Ronald Jay Goldman, Fort Worth Robert Leon Greenman, Fort Worth Gary Allen Herman, Fort Worth Morton Lee Herman, Fort Worth Henry A. Herrmann, Dallas Everett Lloyd Hyman, Beaumont Michael PLEDGES Jack Henry Kallison, San Antonio Michael Charles Kaplan, Dallas Barry Marshall Kleinman, San Angelo Marvin Stuart Kogutt, Bay City Stanley Edwin Latman, Borger Richard Ian Miller, San Antonio George Jack Nachman, Dallas Jerald Yale Prager, Wichita Falls David Marshall Rockoff, Houston Jack David Rubin, Fort Worth Sanford Alvin Rubin, Waco Lawrence Nolan Stern, Fort Worth Lawrence J. Turk, Houston Lawrence H. Wayne, Houston S. Wilk, Lubbock Top Row: Greenman, G. Herman, M. Herman, Herrmann. Second Row.- Hoffman, Holtzman, Hyman, G. Jacobs. Third Row: J. Jacobs, Kallison, Kaplan, Katz. Fourth Row: Kleinman, Kogutt, Kuperman, Latman. Fifth Row: Laves, Levinson, Loeb, Markowitz. Sixth Row: Mendell, Miller, Nachman, Neuman. Seventh Row.- Prager, Rockoff, Rotman, J. Rubin. Eighth Row.- S. Rubin, Salzberger, Schwartz, Seigle. Ninth Row: Siegel, Silen, Skibell, Smolkm. Tenth Row-. Sondock, Sterling, Stern, Turk. Eleventh Row: Wayne, Wesfheimer, Wiener, Wilk. Page 449 f3 O 4 L NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1855 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1884 , OFFICERS Fall ROBERT MELVIN HOWE, JR Consul.. . LARR Y GENE ZAMPONI Pro-Consul. WILLIAM ROBERT BOLGER Annotator. WILLIAM HORTON AAcNAiL Quaestor . . JOHN BUCKNER HIGHTOWER Tribune. . MRS. PERSIS HENDERSON, Housemofher Spring .ROBERT MELVIN HOWE, JR. LARRY GENE ZAMPONI . .RICHARD EUGENE HULBIRT . . . .BILL HORTON McNALL . .DAVID GEORGE ALLUMS Miss CATHERINE EMELIA OLSEN, Delia Delta Delta, Sweetheart MEMBERS Philip James Albin, Houston Chester Lee Allen, Corpus Christi David George Allums, Bellaire Henry George Anderson, La Marque Brook Alan Baker, Perryton William Stanley Barnes, Austin Richard Alan Bean, San Angelo A. Schlick Boettcher, East Bernard William Robert Bolger, Longview Robert Roy Brandes, Houston Barton Woodward Bruce, Baytown Robert P. Buford, Tyler Jerry Douglas Conn, Beaumont Newton Mitchell Crain, Houston Walter Johns Denby, Palestine Tom Guernsey Dewitt, Kilgore Bobby Lynn Dickey, Palestine Homer Maurice Doke, Wichita Falls Charles Lanier Edmiston, Crockett Merrill Lamar Eidson, Temple Scott William Forney, Ranger Oscar Howard Frazier, Stephenville Robert Marion Goodwin, Houston Robert Harrell Hankins, Lamesa Carl Marshall Hartt, Palestine John Buckner Hightower, Beaumont Robert Melvin Howe, Jr., Beaumont Richard Eugene Hulbirt, Corpus Christi David Paul Jacobs, Big Lake James Joseph Jaros, Wichita Falls Mark Edward Jones, Graham William Carey Kennedy, Austin Donnie Gene Lasiter, Longview Richard Lewis Logan, Big Lake James Scott Mann, Baytown John Hammack McMillan, Wichita Falls William Morton McNall, Dallas Stephen Douglas McWilliams, Baytown Edward Joseph Mooney, Longview Drewry Hampton Morris, Waco Robert Calder Myer, Houston John Turner O ' Banion, Jr., Austin Darius Dudley Oldham, Beaumont Peter William Orlebeke, San Angelo William George Poole, Jr., Riesel Charles Allen Pratt, Longview John Franklin Prince, Dallas James Sidney Ramsey, Jr., Kilgore Thomas Franklin Roberts, Killeen Don James Rooney, San Antonio William Bonner Rubey, Jr., Houston Richard Howell Rushing, Dallas James Everett Saxton, Palestine Don Ray Sefick, Corpus Christi William Howe Shoemaker, San Benito Frank Thomas Silliman, Fort Stockton Darrell Essman Smith, Dallas Everett Gregor Smith, Midland Joe Charles Smith, Corpus Chritti Sidney H. Smith, Corpus Christi John Butler Terrell, Beaumont James E. Tylaska, Houston Ronald Lee Van Meter, Beaumont William Willerson White, Beaumont Larry Gene Zamponi, La Feria Cha Jan Get - Chi Dei Wa : Jar fop low: Htndtnon, AlUn, Alluim, Amtrmon, W. Andtreoit. Avtfy. Bok r, Beon. 6 ilmon, Bo.tlch.r Solgtr, lorlond. Second ow; (rondn, J. tvford. It. Buford. Coplond Cram. Davn, Dickey. Dunn. Duiiltf, Eidion., Flotl. Hankmi. SIGMA CHI FACULTY STANLEY PHISTER FINCH, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering HUGH LYON McMATH, Professor of Arch lecture FALL PLEDGES William Carter Addison, Longview Jack Almeron Amerman, Jr., Houston William Lee Anderson, La Marque Charles Needham Avery, Austin James Arthur Besselman, Corpus Christi James Norris Borland, Bellaire Gerald Baker Buford, Tyler Jeff Ross Buford, Tyler John Allen Cook, Killeen Oliver Preston Copeland, San Antonio Robert Earl Davis, Harlingen Robert Parton Dunn, Tyler M. Robert Dussler, Houston Charley Thomas Engelking, San Angelo Dennis Ray Farley, Temple Wallace Taylor Ferguson, Temple Doyle Edwin Flatt, Longview Joseph Wilmon Harris, San Antonio William A. Harrison, Houston Joe Douglas Hastedt, Columbus Frank Fitch Henderson, San Antonio James Abraham Hill, Austin Patric Dean Hudgens, Houston Edward Doug Johnson, New Orleans, La. Alan Beaty Jones, Sinton Thomas Q. Jones, Austin John Frank Kile, Houston A. W. Knolle, Jr., Sandia H. Wells Kumler, Houston Robert John Marshall, Temple Harold Brett Morris, Waco Menton Joseph Murray, Harlingen Michael Lawner Patton, Beaumont B. Frank Polk, Austin Wayne Joseph Prosper!, Houston John Carver Richards, II, Cuero Thomas Garland Ridout, Garland Don Roger Robinson, Jasper Frederick Albert Rose, San Antonio John Howard Sharkey, Lakewood, Ohio Phillip Warren Sheperd, Graham Alan Moore Smith, Midland Horace David Smith, Palestine Lindsey Garland Spivey, II, Waco Larry Harmon Teel, Victoria R. Mike Yates, Laredo Jfefc SPRING PLEDGES James Emmett Gautier, Grand Saline James William Speights, Bellaire Robert Nottingham Tracy, Encino, Calif. Top Row: Harris, Harrison, Hartt, Hastedt. Second Row.- Henderson, Hightower, Hill, Howe. Third Row. Hudgens, Hulbirt, Jacobs, Jaros. Fourth Row: Johnson, A. Jones, M. Jones, Kennedy. Fifth Row: Kile, Knolle, lasiter, Logan. Sixth Row-. Marshall, McMillan, McNall, Mooney. Sevenfh Row: Oldham, Orlebeke, Patton, Polk. Eighth Row: Poole, Prosper!, Ramsey, Richards. Ninth Row: Ridout, Roberts, Rooney, Rushing. Tenth Row: Sefick, Shepherd, Shoemaker, A. Smith. Eleventh Row: D. Smith, H. Smith, J. Smith, S. Smith. Twelfth Row: Teel, White, Yates, Zamponi. Page 451 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1869 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1886 Fall DONALD ROBERT ANDERS. THOMAS BEN CHADWICK. . PAT TAYLOR DYER THOMAS TUCKER CROSBY . . WILLIAM TAYLOR LEE . . OFFICERS Spring . . .President WILLIAM TAYLOR LEE, JR. . Vice-President TOM WALTON SCHULZE, JR. .Housemanager KENNETH BALDWIN MCFARLAND . . . Reporter JAMES HOKE PEACOCK, II . Rush Captain WARREN B. HART MRS. FLEMING NEWTON, Housemother MEMBERS Donald Robert Anders, Fort Worth Clifford Ernest Anderson, Jr., Houston Howard Leslie Atkins, San Marcos Troy Don Ballard, Houston Kenneth Reed Bentley, Abilene James Hulvey Bratten, San Antonio William Davis Breedlove, Tyler James Robert Bright, Tyler Frederick Samuel Brown, Mexia Harold Dee Carter, Tyler Thomas Ben Chadwick, Tyler James Thomas Chapman, Austin Rankin Hoss Chapman, Austin Lewis Wyatt Chenault, Jr., Houston John James Clary, III, Austin Richard Bailey Counts, Seabrook Thomas Tucker Crosby, Fort Worth Daniel S. Davis, Dallas John McCampell Davis, San Antonio Richard McDowell DeGeurin, Austin William Clark Donovan, Houston William W. Dunlop, Austin Pat Taylor Dyer, Tyler Glen Woody Farris, Alvin John Edwin Fry, Abilene Deene Gott, San Antonio Roy Matthews Grassedonio, Houston Donald Lewis Haberle, Jacksonville Benjamin Nicholis Hamilton, Port Arthur Richard Claude Harris, Houston Warren B. Hart, San Antonio Tom B. Hensey, San Antonio David Kiker Hughes, Abilene Robert Sherridan Hughes, Houston Lawrence Foster Hurley, Fort Worth Robert Huston, Austin Victor B. Jaeggli, Corpus Christi William Howard January, Wichita Falls Gordon Johnson, San Antonio Darrel Owen Kirkland Corpus Christi David Charles Kristynik, Bay City William Taylor Lee, Corpus Christi Kenneth Baldwin McFarland, San Antonio Mart Ellison McMillan, Tyler James Thomas Mitchell, Houston William Albert Nash, Corpus Christi Carl Albert Nentwich, Macdona William. Boyd Parmeter, Fort Worth James Hoke Peacock, II, Jacksonville Brooks Wood Porter, Port Arthur Sam Madison Powell, III, Corpus Christi Frank John Quirk, Jr., San Antonio William Henry Quirk, San Antonio Edwin Lee Rainwater, Wharton Brink Coleman Renick, San Antonio Thomas Jackson Risinger, Wharton Merritt Richardson Roberts, Jr., San Antonio William Alexander Roever, Jr., Dallas Richard Charles Schulte, Hondo Tom Walton Schulze, leander James Lewis Smith, III, Austin Lawrence Dean Spencer, Amarillo James Ellis Stafford, Houston George David Talley, Jr., Tyler. Jerry Davis Voyles, Bay City Robert Devereux Walker, San Antonio Alexander Weil, III, Corpus Christi Thomas L. Whitcomb, Houston Samuel Sidney White, Amarillo Marquis Everett Whittington, Tyler Frank M. Wilson, III, San Antonio Walter Scott Wysong, Dallas .r J ic :: Ja Ik Me i ' Jad ' Fop Row: Newton, Anderi, Boehner, Bright, Carter, Cattleman, Chadwtch Second ow J. Chapman, Cooper, Davidson. D. Davis, DeGuenn. Doby, Dunlop. Eipmota. Fry. SIGMA NU FACULTY CLARENCE EDWIN AYRES, Professor of Economics EUGENE PAUL SCHOCH, Professor EmerHus of Chemical Engineering VERNON T. SCHUHARDT, Professor of Bacteriology KEITH YOUNG, Professor of Geology II FALL PLEDGES Louis Courtney Abernathy, Houston David Martin Boehner, Tyler James Albert Boorman, Houston John Douglas Bright, Tyler George Louis Brucks, Hondo Michael Shea Castleman, Midland Bruce Scott Chapman, Austin James Gary Cooper, Port Neches Thomas Q. Davidson, Corpus Christ! Robert Merlee Doby, Jr., Fort Worth Miguel Walterio Espinosa, Cuernavaca, Mexico Frank Madison Gilstrap, Arlington Jack Alton Goddard, Houston David C. Holland, Beaumont William Guy Holloway, II, Laredo Charles Becker Husbands, Waco Stephen Richard Karp, Corpus Christ! Robert Russell Kinsei, Jr., Three Rivers Ray Miller Mason, Jr., Houston Algur Morgan Meadows, Dallas Samuel C. Muir, San Antonio Lloyd Paul Norwood, Houston Francis Gardner Parker, Bryan John Nolan Powers, Houston Ned Price, Jr., Austin Ronny Willard Rhone, Tyler Jed Edward Rosenthal, Jr., San Antonio James Alvah Shaw, Tyler Phil Hart Shook, San Antonio George Owen Slaughter, Jr., Austin Thad Smith, III, Houston Charles Edward Trefflich, Corpus Christi Robert William Wachsmuth, Port Neches Lawrence Scott Wallace, Fort Worth Davey Wayne Walters, Midland William James White, Mission William Wills, Encino, Calif. SPRING PLEDGES James Richard Boatright, Midland Michael Stephen Jarrell, Austin Rupert Francis Horka, Silsbee William Keith Lawhon, Houston Oscar Eugene Lynge, Jr., Piano Top Row. Grassedonio, Harris, Hart. Second Row: Holland, Holloway, D. Hughes. Third Row: Hurley, Jaeggli, Kinsei. Fourth Row: Kirkland, Lee, McFarland. Fifth Row: McMillan, Nenlwich, Peacock. Sixth Row: Porter, Powell, W. Quirk. Seventh Row: Rhone, Rosenthal, Schulze. Eighth Row. Slaughter, Talley, Voyles. Ninth Row.. Wachsmuth, Walker, Whitcomb. Tenth Row: S. White, W. White, Wilson. Page 453 1! mm NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1901 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1930 I OFFICERS Fall Spring MERVIN B. COOK President TERRY MITCHELL WILSON TERRY MITCHELL WILSON Vice-President JAMES ROBERT WIEOEMAN JOHN CLIFTON COOPER Recording Secretary WILLIAM PARR OLIVIER DAVID Ross STUBBLEFIELD Corresponding Secrefary JAMES BENNIE WESLEY STEPHEN ALAN WAKEFIELD Comptroller STEPHEN ALAN WAKEFIELD MRS. GLADYS LEIGHTY, Housemother, Fall MRS. R. L. SLAUGHTER, Housemofher, Spring Miss PAULA JAN HAWKINS, De a Delta Delta, Sweetheart MEMBERS Douglas Kroulik Anderson, Austin Charles William Bailey, Austin Thomas Walter Bailey, Palestine Kenneth Eugene Baxter, Odessa Don Allen Bice, Port Arthur Robert Eddie Bourgeois, Mission William Keith Branham, Houston Kenneth Gordon Callaway, Beaumont John Henry Coates, Austin Edward Keith Chunn, Houston David Weldon Cook, Austin Mervin B. Cook, San Antonio John Clifton Cooper, Beaumont Jerry Donald Davis, Dallas Randall Gordon Delaney, Pasadena Donald Douglas Dow, Houston Floyd Richard Drake, Amarillo Michael Lee Duke, Odessa James Fielding Dunlap, San Antonio Kenneth Carl Fletcher, Dallas Albert George Franklin, Houston George Richard Fulton, Jr., Beaumont Jeremiah Handy, Tenants Harbor, Me. Albert Norris Helsley, McKinney William Earl Hodge, Dallas John Scoggins Hollyfield, Austin James Bur re 1 1 Hosteller, Houston Gordon Willard Houser, Austin Robert Richard Ingerton, Amarillo Ralph Allen Johnson, Jr., Odessa David Hamilton Kelsey, Midland Louis Henry Kohlleffel, Pasadena James Charles Larkin, Jr., Houston David Absher Leggett, Midland Marion Priester Lindsey, Houston Alva Charles Madsen, Simonton Granville Eugene Mallard, Jr., Austin H. L. Hentel Murchison, Houston Clinton Pat Naegelin, Jr., New Braunfels Frank Bluford Nance, Austin William Gerald Noland, Corpus Christi Harold D. Orr, Carthage William Parr Olivier, Dallas John Howard Palmer, Port Arthur Charles Robert Peck, Austin David H. Rowley, Dallas Gaylon E. Schulle, Austin George Madison Sims, III, Port Arthur Paul Raymond Snow, Austin Rodney Henry Stevenson, Austin Donald DeFord Sumners, Houston William Joseph Swann, Sterling City David Ross Stubblefield, Dallas Al F. Tasch, Taft Robert Franklin Teague, Houston John Rodney Thomas, Carthage Charles Dean Tuttle, Corpus Christi John Keith Tyler, Longview Stephen Alan Wakefield, Fort Worth James Robert Wells, Corpus Christi James Bennie Wesley, Baytown James Robert Wiedeman, Dallas Lindsey Arl Williams, Jr., Austin Terry Mitchell Wilson, Waxahachie Wilton Dave Wilton, Jr., Houston William Nicholas Zelle, Fort Worth Jdfc Her :: Mic : V: Da V Ba Ge j Ts to Lai :- Top ow: AnoVwn, Arntttt. C. Bo.l.y. T. Bail , E Bill. H toll. Back. Boyd, B ' aithom, Galloway, Coiy. Chunn. Caltman How: Coltharp, Cook, M. Cook. Coopir. Crawford. Dov.i Oar. Dlony. Dial. Dow, Drokt. Dukt, Ounlop SIGMA PHI EPSILON FACULTY JOSEPH PATRICK BATCHA, JR., Teaching Assistant in Mathematics WARREN PINKLEY CASH, JR., Research Scientist, Computation Center CLYDE RICHARD KING, Assistant Professor of Journalism FILLMORE HARGRAVE SANFORD, Professor of Psychology BYRON DEAN TAPLEY, Assistant Professor of Engineering Mechanics JAMES RAYMOND VIRAMONTES, Assistant Basketball Coach FALL PLEDGES Robert Evans Arnette, San Antonio John Richard Aston, Houston Edwin Gilbert Bell, Longview Henry Newton Bell, III, Bastrop Bennie Walter Bock, II, New Braunfels Michael Leroy Boyd, Houston Kelly M. Casey, Grapevine Jack B. Coleman, Jr., Houston William Mel Coltharp, Abilene Norris Raymond Crawford, Palacios Michael Banks Dear, Palestine David Hombs Dial, Palestine Vernor Paul Farley, Dallas Bevis B. Frazier, Pasadena William Kernan Gayden, Austin Edwyn Irving Goldberg, Marshall Clarence Ken Heaton, Carthage Gerald Kent Johnson, Port Arthur Jack B. Jones, Jr., Del Rio Terry David Kahn, San Antonio Maurice Graves Kennedy, Freeport John Edward Kinney, Big Spring Larry L. Kinney, Dallas Matthew Andrew Landry, Jr., San Antonio Jerry Spruce Lehmann, Eden Terry Wayne Lewis, Big Spring Joel Vance Lord, Midland John Wylie McAuley, Jr., Longview Curtis Alfred McClurg, Marshall Benjamin Richard McCrary, Big Spring Wayne Lee McLemore, Houston Gaines Gilmore Miller, San Angelo John Hugh Miller, Sinton Charles Roland Parrett, San Angelo Samuel Robertson, Jr., Abilene Roger Dan Rodgers, Galena Park John William Scott, Amarillo James Howard Stephens, Big Spring Harvey Boyet Stevens, Daingerfield Ronald Kent Stobaugh, Hot Springs, Ark. Daniel Mark Strauch, Houston Joe Samuel Taylor, Jr., State College, Pa. Bradford Whittier Tibbitts, Dallas Jack Vickery, Jr., Midland Robert Lee Waggoner, Longview James Robert Waite, Austin Charles Edward Weaver, Dickinson Glen Morris White, Dallas Steve Smith Williams, Fort Worth Thomas Taylor Winn, San Antonio Victor Franklin Wratten, Baytown SPRING PLEDGES Charles Arthur Knutson, San Antonio Robert Fry McCullough, Midland David Laird Nichols, Austin Charles Nelson Shields, Houston Top Row: Farley, Fletcher, Frazier, Gayden. Second Row: Goldberg, Heaton, Helsley, Houser. Third Row: G. Johnson, R. Johnson, Jones, Kelsey. Fourth Row: Kennedy, Kinney, Kohlleffel, Landry. Fi7tn Row: lehmann, Lewis, Lindsey, Lord. Sixth Row: Madsen, McAuley, McLemore, G. Miller. Seventh Row: Noland, Olivier, Parrett, Rodgers. Eighth Row: Rowley, Scott, Snow, Stevens. Ninth Row: Stobaugh, Strauch, Stubblefield, Tasch. Tenth Row: Taylor, Teague, Tibbitts, Tyler. Eleventh Row: Waggoner, Waite, Wakefield, Wells. Twelfth Row: White, Wiedeman, Winn, L. Williams. Page 455 w ESI NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1910 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1926 Fall MELVIN RAY PLATT LARRY HERBERT BERKMAN. OFFICERS Spring . . . Consul MELVIN RAY PLATT . Vice-Consul. . . LARRY HERBERT BERKMAN 1 1 EDWARD ARTHUR STONE Quaesfor ALLAN WAGHALTER LANE FRANK HARRIS Recording Scribe JEROME MELVIN SMITH RONALD BECKER GRABER Member-af-Large MICHAEL PHILLIP NUSSENBLATT MRS. BEA SILBERSTEIN, Housemofher MEMBERS Jorge Americus, Tampico, Mexico Alan S. Beinhorn, El Paso Larry Herbert Berkman, Houston Michael Marc Blend, Dallas Alvin Michael Bloom, San Antonio Richard Neal Brochstein, Houston Brent Lawrence Burg, Houston Ronald Warren Cane, San Antonio Allen Childs, Austin Hymen Childs, Austin Ronald Dennis Cohen, Houston Malcolm Doctors, Houston Ronald David Eastman, San Antonio Barry Howard Edelman, San Antonio Larry David Fallek, McAllen Edward Kalb Fein, San Antonio Bruce Allen Fox, Corsicana Louis James Fox, Houston Alan Stanley Friedman, Victoria Charles Ned Goldberg, Uvalde Allan Levy Graber, Galveston Ronald Becker Graber, Galveston Lane Frank Harris, Waco Sigmund Alan Horvitz, Houston Keith Edward Klein, San Antonio Aaron Leo Kreisler, Galveston Gilbert David Kulick, San Antonio Jerry Ramon Laufman, Houston Jerome Carl Lipkin, Dallas Barry Phillip Middleman, San Antonio Stephen Michael Newman, San Antonio Michael Phillip Nussenblatt, Galveston Maurice Samuel Olian, College Station Carl Michael Pactor, Galveston Michael William Pasternak, Brooklyn, N. Y. Harry David Pila, Fort Worth Alfred Gerald Platt, Houston Melvin Ray Platt, Houston Louis Esserman Ringold, Dallas Marvin Rubenstein, Houston Larry Joseph Sachnowitz, San Antonio Bryan Tatar Sagor, San Antonio Bryant Delano Sloten, San Antonio Jerome Melvin Smith, Tyler John Bruce Stoliar, Dallas Edward Arthur Stone, Houston Allan Waghalter, Tyler Maurice Wiener, Baytown Jod Aila :r .:. Jos Ber Joel Mat Top How Silbtrirein, Amencul, Berkman, Bcrmonn, Blend. Brochitem. Cane. A. Child Cohen. Doctor , Eaimo " Second How Edelman, Euentiem, Eion, Frodktn. Fallek, Fem. FOB. Fnedman. Ginsberg. Glickmon. Goldberg TAU DELTA PHI FACULTY ALEXANDER H. SACKTON, Assoc afe Professor of English FALL PLEDGES Jacques K. Abbo, Maracaibo, Venezuela Mark William Bermann, Houston Abrum Morton Eisenstein, San Antonio Joel Joseph Ezon, Houston Allan Hirsch Fradkin, Galveston Sidney Sol Ginsberg, Tyler Michael Stuart Glickman, Houston Stephen Jay Harkavy, San Antonio Stuart Allen Jacobson, Houston Jay Alan Kanter, San Antonio Joseph Kboudi, San Antonio Bernard Harold Lerner, Baytown Stephen Lawrence Levine, Dallas Frank Hart Lichenstein, Jr., San Antonio Bennett Seymour Pearlm an, Houston Ronald Edmond Pearlman, San Antonio Arnold Mayer Rosen, Dallas Harry Max Rosenthal, Houston Mark Jay Sideman, San Antonio Paul Stephen Simons, Austin Arnold Barry Skor, Dallas Donald Ivan Stanley, Fort Worth Jay Richard Stanley, Dallas Marshall Irvin Yaker, El Paso SPRING PLEDGES Joel Stewart Berger, San Antonio Ronnie Kurtz, San Angelo Marc Sigmund Flatow, Houston Stuart Murray Nelkin, Houston Marvin Stuart Greenfield, Buffalo, N. Y. Steve Scheiner, El Paso Leonard Jay Schwartz, San Antonio prarn m mL A n Top Row: Jocobson, Kanter, Kboudi. Second Row: Kulick, Laufman, Lerner. Third Row: Levine, Lichtenstein, Liplcin. Fourth Row: Middleman, Nussenblatt, Olian. Fifth Row. Pactor, Pasternak, B. Pearlman. Sixth Row-. R. Pearlman, M. Platt, Ringold. Seventh Row: Rosenthal, Rubertstein, Sachnowifz. Eighth Row: Sagor, Sideman, Simons. Ninth Row: Skor, Smith, D. Stanley. Tenfh Row-. J. Stanley, Stoliar, Stone. Eleventh Row: Waghalter, Wiener, Yaker. Page 457 NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1899 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1951 OFFICERS Fall JOHN FORTE TINSLEY President . . GENE IRWIN BROWNING Vice-President. WILUAM HURST MILES Secrefary . . DAVID BERGEN GRACY . . . Treasurer . . Spring .CHARLES AUGUSTUS DUVAI, JR. WILLIAM HURST MILES DAVID BERGEN GRACY .JIMMIE TOOLE NOBLE CHARLES AUGUSTUS DUVAL, JR Pledge Trainer STEPHEN ANDREW DEWALT MRS. EVELYN FITZGERALD, Housemofher Miss SUZIE ELIZABETH SENAC, Alpha Chi Omega, Sweetheart MEMBERS Paul Monroe Anderson, Waco Tom Newcomb Barber, Ganado Thomas Murray Barge, Austin Kenneth Hewes Barricklo, Houston Don Richard Beer, Harlingen Joe Becton Biggs, Austin James Patrick Brady, Austin Gene Irwin Browning, Hearne Stephen Andrew DeWalt, Brownsville John Thomas Dorbandt, San Antonio William Moore Dorbandt, San Antonio Charles Augustus ' Duval, Jr., Littlefield Richard Economy, San Antonio Wayne Edward Etter, San Antonio David Bergen Gracy, Austin Michael Sylvester Keane, San Antonio James Holland McGuirt, Jr., Austin Melvin Morris Medlock, San Antonio William Hurst Miles, Chilian, Chile Harvey Ray Mitchell, Dallas William Chamberlain Morse, Excelsior Springs, Mo. Jimmie Toole Noble, Wichita Falls Norman Carroll Peyton, El Paso Charles Farmer Rogers, Dallas Warner Sankman, El Paso Elmo Pete Schwab, Gonzales Roger Frederick Scott, San Angelo Robert Edward Stockton, Condon, Ore. George Robert Thurmond, San Antonio John Forte Tinsley, Fort Worth Charles Elmo Todd, Vernon George Arthur Weber, Houston Donald Edwards Whitley, Fort Worth Top Row: Fitzgerald, Anderson, Barber, Borge, Barricklo. Second How Blevini. Browning, Burltett, DeWalr, J Dorbondt, W. Dorbandt. Duval. ' 51 TAU KAPPA EPSILON FACULTY RINALDO A. BACON, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering ROBERT L. SUTHERLAND, Director, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health ring AI, Jn. [ OIE NoilE IEW D ior Springs, FALL PLEDGES Richard Tyler Barber, Jr., Fort Worth Gary Lynn Blevins, Brownsville Joseph Reeves Burkett, Dimmitt Kilian Walter Fehr, Austin Russell Frederick Griffith, Dallas Larry Frazier Laughrun, Galveston William Frederick Miller, Longview Charles Snyder Mullinax, Wichita Falls Thomas Russell Saxon, Austin Fredric Dale Self, Levelland K. Steven Sullins, Littlefield Egon Richard Tausch, San Antonio Kenneth Wolfe Trobaugh, Brunswick, Ga. P cr SPRING PLEDGES David Stewart Andrews, Dallas Thomas Merrill Camp, Dallas Top Row.- Fehr, Gracy. Second Row: Griffith, Laughrun. Third Row: Medlock, Miles. Fourth Row: Miller, Mitchell. Fifth Row: Noble, Rogers. Si ' xfh Row; Sanleman, Scott. Seventh Row: Stockton, Sullins. Eighth Row: Tinsley, Tausch. Ninth Row.- Trobaugh, Whitley. Page -459 D r NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1856 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1951 OFFICERS Fall Spring GILBERT RICHARD THAYER, III President JAMES LEMUEL PARK JAMES ARTHUR CONNER Vice-President. GILBERT RICHARD THAYER, III JAMES LEMUEL PARK Secrefary JQE MAX TODD DALE STURGES LESTOURGEON Treasurer JAMES DANIEL FINLEY, III ROBERT JAMES NAAS Marshal DALE STURGES LESTOURGEON MRS. Louis HASSELMANNS, Housemother MEMBERS Charles Edward Clark, San Antonio James Arthur Conner, Austin Alfred George Diboll, San Diego, Calif. Donald Harold Frost, San Antonio Paul Dierk Funk, Dallas John Henry Herber, Austin Dale Sturges LeStourgeon, San Antonio Robert James Naas, Oak Harbor, Wash. James Lemuel Park, Wichita Falls Charles Joseph Solcher, Dallas Warren Morgan Sparks, Amarillo Gilbert Richard Thayer, III, Port Lavaca Joe Max Todd, Houston David Erland Vassberg, Lyford Paul Edward Vassberg, Lyford John J. Windbigler, Florissant, Mo. Bonon, Diboll, Finlcy. Frost, Funk. Htllums, ItStourgton, Nooi THETA CHI FACULTY ARTHUR HENRY MOEHLMAN, Professor of History and Philosophy of Education FALL PLEDGES Charles Leo Bohon, Detroit, Mich. James Daniel Finley, III, Aransas Pass George Morris Green, Austin Bo b C. Heliums, Houston Virgil Ronald Walker, Port Lavaca SPRING PLEDGE Coye McClure Jones, Wichita Falls il A ;. Top Row: Park. Second Row: Sparks. Third Row: Thayer. Fourth Row: Todd. Filth Row: P. Vassberg. Sixth Row: Walker. Seventh Row. Windbigler Page 461 m t NATIONAL FOUNDING, 1864 LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT, 1913 OFFICERS Fall Spring OTHO RAYMOND PLUMMER, JR President OTHO RAYMOND PIUMMER, J. NORMAN ERNEST GEORGE Vice-Presidenf WILL SULLIVAN DAVIES, JR. ROBERT LARSON MARGRAVE Treasurer ROBERT LARSON HARGRAVE CHARLES DAVID BERTRAND Corresponding Secretary ROBERT LEE WYNNE, III JAN EDWARD REHIER Pledge Master JAN EDWARD REHLER JACK FARRIS GIBSON, JR Rush Capfain JACK FARRIS GIBSON, JR. MRS. IRA HAYES, Housemofher, Fall MRS. GLADYS LEIGHTY, Housemofher, Spring Miss MILA JEAN HILLARD, Sweefhearf Owen Wade Anderson, Tyler James Chester Arnold, Jr., Bellaire Charles David Bertrand, San Antonio Donald Henry Blasingame, Houston Kenneth Lane Bowen, Austin John Stephen Bradfield, Temple Henry Albert Bunting, III, Uvalde Will Sullivan Davies, Jr., Dallas James Bryant Duncan, Corpus Christ! Cecil Woodrow Fisher, Jr., Baytown Lawrence Cecil Gallaway, Jr., Dallas Norman Ernest George, Jr., Tyler Jack Farris Gibson, Jr., Sulphur Springs Joseph Fant Grant, Jr., San Antonio William Allan Hancock, Houston Robert Larson Hargrave, Baytown Randolph Heartfield, Beaumont MEMBERS Andy Lyn Helms, Sacramento, Calif. Edward Hill LyBrand, Beaumont James Aloysious Lynaugh, Tyler Tom Keith Meier, La Porte Charles Fritz Palm, Jr., San Antonio John David Parr, Robstown Otho Raymond Plummer, Jr., Beaumont Jan Edward Rehler, San Antonio George John Schaumburg, Jr., Beaumont Virgil Raymond Smith, Houston John Milton Stewart, La Marque John Carl Stromberger, San Antonio Don Terry, Lake Jackson John Collins Trube, Bellaire James Patrick White, Arlington Drury Lewis Woodson, Jr., Corpus Christ! Robert Lee Wynne, III, Beaumont 3eor Charles Willard Yoe, Austin Top How, leighly, Anatrton, Btll, Btrlrand, Bloiingomt. Stcond How:, Brodlnld. Davni, Dobbi. Duncan. Fnhtr. Galloway, G ' bion THETA XI FACULTY LEO GUY BLACKSTOCK, Professor of Business Law FRANKLIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of Architectural Engineering ARCHIE WAUGH STRAITON, Professor of Electrical Engineering Robert John Anderson, Houston Wilson Collom Bell, Big Spring George Warner Dawson, Houston Curtis Edward Dobbs, Dallas Dennis L. Grass, Houston William Edward Jones, Abilene Thomas Wayne King, Gonzales William Elam Mabry, San Antonio Jack Michel Paschetag, Beaumont FALL PLEDGES Robert Patrick Plummer, Beaumont Kenneth James Rehler, San Antonio John Dennis Rowland, III, Uvalde David Martin Shelby, Jr., Gonzales Stacey H. Smyre, Baytown Michael Wayne Spuhler, Baytown William Richard Swearingen, Houston Larry Ray Walker, Austin Jerry Kay Wills, Beaumont Jon Winfred Wood, Piano p IN SPRING PLEDGES David Arnold Pullen, Dallas John Leslie Rounsaville, Jr., Robstown Roland Kerby Smith, Roscoe Top Row.- Grant, Grass, Hargrove. Second Row.- Heartfield, Helms, King. Third Row: LyBrand, Mobry, Meier. Fourth Row: Palm, Parr, O. Plummer. Fifth Row: R. Plummer, K. Rehler, T. Rehler. Sixth Row: Rowland, Schaumburg, Shelby. Seventh Row: Smyre, Spuhler, Stewart. Eighth Row: Stromberger, Terry, Trube. Ninth Row: Walker, White, Wills. Tenth Row; Wood, Woodson, Yoe. Page 463 r INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS President WAITER TOM HENSON Vice-Presidenf HERBERT DAVID WEITZMAN Secretary WILLIAM GRATZ WOODFORO Treasurer ROBERT LEWIS COFFEY MEMBERS Senior Fraternity Junior MIKE AUSTIN HATCHELL Acacia STEVE WILSON HARRIS HERMAN RINGLER Alpha Epsilon Pi RICHARD ALAN FOGEL MICHAEL MCARTHUR Alpha Tau Omega JOHN WALTHAM RUTLAND WILLIAM DAVIS JORDAN Befa Theta Pi ROBERT RICHARD LENDE ROBERT HUNT BOWMAN Chi Phi JAMES BOSWELL NEWTON LAWRENCE ANTHONY JOSEPH, JR Delta Chi SAM GRAVES Wucox DELBER BOYCE TURNE Delta Kappa Epsilon MARK HANNA FINLEY JOHN ROBERT SARDO Delta Sigma Phi SAMUEL KELSALL, IV ROBERT ALLEN VENABLE Delta Tau Delta JOHN LEGORY MURCHISON STEWART HAYES NEWLAND Delta Upsi on DOUGLAS WARREN HOWELL EDWARD LEE NIEHAUS Kappa Alpha FRANK AVERY MITCHELL, III FERD CHARLES MEYER Kappa Sigma JAMES E. HILL, JR. ARBON JACK LOWE Lambda Chi Alpha CHARLES FREDERICK GOFF REGINALD EDWARD WATSON, JR Phi Delta Theta WALTER JENNINGS TAYLOR WILLIAM ATHEARN PADDOCK Phi Gamma Delta JEFF HAYES WILLIAM EDWARD MATHEWS Phi Kappa Psi CHARLES DAVID RAY ROBERT BARNES SUMMERS Phi Kappa Sigma MAURICE EDWARD COWAN STANLEY FLOYD LOWERY Phi Kappa Tau JACK FELTON FURRH, JR. EDWARD ALLISON CLARKSON, JR Phi Kappa Theta JOHN GEORGE ENGLER LOWELL STEPHEN FINK Phi Sigma Delta LARRY LYNN SCHOENBRUN ROBERT HAMILTON SMALLEY Phi Sigma Kappa WILLIAM WALLACE BURGE RICHARD WOOLSEY CHOTE Pi Kappa Alpha DONALD ALBERT PORTER, JR. DICK HOSKINS GREGG, JR -Sigma Alpha Epsilon MICHAEL HENRY ERSKINE CALVIN L. DONSKY Sigma Alpha Mu BURTON DAVID FISHER DARIUS DUDLEY OLDHAM Sigma Chi. JOE CHARLES SMITH WILLIAM TAYLOR LEE, JR Sigma Nu ALEXANDER WEIL, III JAMES ROBERT WELLS Sigma Phi Epsilon JOHN KEITH TYLER LARRY HERBERT BERKMAN Tau Delta Phi RONALD DAVID EASTMAN CHARLES AUGUSTUS DUVAL, JR Tau Kappa Epsilon WILLIAM HURST MILES PAUL EDWARD VASSBERG Thefa Chi JAMES LEMUEL PARK JOHN DAVID PARR Thefa Xi Will SULLIVAN DAVIES, JR. Pogt 444 ORGANIZATIONS Page 465 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS Front Row. Johnson, Golbroith, Tacquord, Leory, Harris, Wheel ess, Allen. Richardson, Damek, Bidgood. Second Row: Groves, Abies, Foote, Eisenhauer, Morgan, SchloMner, Brown low, Faour, Mo Ike. The AAAE was founded so that all architectural engineering students could group together to discuss pertinent issues with prominent men of their field. OFFICERS Fall Spring VERSION CLAUDE HARRIS, JR President LAWRENCE ALLEN WHEEIESS LAWRENCE ALLEN WHEELESS V ce-Pres denf ALTON FRANKLIN FOOTE HOMER DAVID GALBRAITH Secretary JOHN LITTLETON BARNES JOSEPH RAYMOND TACOUARD, JR Treasurer JOSEPH RAYMOND TACQUARD, JR. DANIEL EDWIN LEARY S.E.C. Representative DANIEL EDWIN LEARY ROBERT I. CARR, JR S.E.C. Representative RICHARD STEVE WOLF FRANKLIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON Faculty Sponsor FRANKLIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON Donald Joseph Abies Ronald Gene Allen John Littletown Barnes Charles F. Bidgood Roger Howard Brownlow David Tyng Burke Robert I. Carr, Jr. Herman Andrew Damek Walter Johns Denby Marvin Allan Denowitz Gene Edmond Eisenhauer MEMBERS Daniel John Faour Alton Franklin Foote David Wayne Fowler Gerry Lee Fox Homer David Galbraith Alton Ernest Greeven, Jr. Tommy Leon Groves Douglas Weems Hanson, Vernon Claude Harris, Jr. Harold Russell Joseph Daniel Edwin Leary Carroll Tim Leech Brian C. Molke Charles Arthur Morgan Burl Ray Richardson Ray Thomas Ross Henry W. Schlattner Joseph Raymond Tacquard, Jr. Lawrence Allen Wheeless Richard Steve Wolf Po 9 . 444 AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION The purpose of the AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION is to give the interested stu- dents an opportunity to become more familiar with the current trend and problems en- countered in the financial world. OFFICERS Fall Spring WAYNE EDWATER ETTER President RICHARD HARPER PETTWAY RICHARD HARPER PETTWAY V ce-Presidenf CHARLES RUEBEN CORRY SAMUEL KELSALL, IV Secretary RICHARD DON HARDEN RUSSELL P. TOMLINSON Treasurer JEROME ALLEN DESJARDINS ERNEST W. WALKER Faculty Advisor ERNEST W. WALKER MEMBERS William Gaston Adkins John Robert Babcock Marshall E. Benjamin Robert Jennings Bigham, Jr. Ivan Ellis Brown, Jr. John Hartley Brown Ben Carsey, Jr. Jim Cockrell Alton Henry Cook Charles Rueben Corry Patrick David Cuba Jerome Allen DesJardins Timothy Burton Eldred David R. Ellison Wayne Edward Etter Thomas Phillips Field, Jr. Robert Alan Fonarow James Melton Fuller Gonzalo Gamboa, III Kim Gaskell David Gershner James Bryan Grubbs, Jr. Dan Hanke Richard Don Harden Robert K. Hillin William Clyde House, Jr. Robert Reon Irish James Terry Jackson Sam Kelsall, IV Bernard J. Kilbride Robert Gist Knupp Kenneth Wyatt Longacre Monroe Martin Luther Walter Watson Magruder Thomas D. Marberry Lamar Boyt Maxwell Rowland McSpadden Harvey Mitchell Turner Newton Hubbard Sellers Richard Harper Pettway Curtis B. Poyner John William Price George Edward Ramsey, III Robert Bryan Riner William Jerry Robertson Nathan Cecil Roosth Russell Patrick Rowles Robert Wesley Savage Ruben V. Soto Robert W. Spencer, Jr. Terry Douglas Starr Richard Lee Thomas Russell P. Tomlinson Donald Earl Vaughn Donald Edward Whitley Billy Gene Wills Louis Wunneburger guard, Front Row: House, Vaughn, Kelsall, Pettway, Walker, Etter, Tomlinson, Soto, DesJardins. Second Row: Corry, Longacre, Parks, Hanke, Wills, Mitchell, Ramsey, Savage, Field, Thomas. Third Row-. Bighorn, Cuba, Newton, Whitley, Robertson, Babcock, I. Brown. Page 467 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS Front Row: Bowman, Garza, Torrej, Toier, Morobito, Jordan, McCorroll, Swinney. Second flow: Lea, Starnei, Eddingi, Boon , McDonald, Brown, Perer. Third Row. Lorcade. Smith, Lane , Golla, Colby, Bickham, Gardner, Acktr. Fourth Row Black, Cosby. The purpose of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS is to enable the member to become better prepared for his occupation in architecture. OFFICERS President WILLIAM MICHAEL LANCE Secretary THOMAS NEIL BROWN Treasurer JOE HILLERY MCDONALD Faculty Sponsor FRED WINFIELD DAY, J. |YOT Lexa Morris Acker Lane Arlen Bickham James Sinclair Black Kenard Clay Boone Walter Clarkson Bowman, Jr. Thomas Neil Brown Frank Michael Colby Robert Lowell Cosby Buford Woodrow Duke James Ralph Eddings MEMBERS Milton Del Gardner Roy C. Garza Emil Golla Evan Dale Hinter Willie Cleveland Jordan William Michael Lance Randolph John Larcade Tom C. Lea, IV Ronald Edward Marabito Roy Jack McCarroll Joe Hillery McDonald Andrew Perez, III Kirby William Perry Robert Wayne Peterson Edward Joe Reznicek Virgil Raymond Smith Jon Harris Starnes Norman Wayne Swinney Can Mehmet Taser Robert Lionel Torres, Jr. Elbert Matthew Weeks Poo. 464 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS The purpose of the student chapter of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS is to provide the members an opportunity to meet and discuss new developments in the Chemical Engineering field. OFFICERS President WILLIAM ROBERT KLINGMAN Vice-President ROBERT A. HERMES Corresponding Secretary EUGENE THOMAS BEYNON, JR. Recording Secretary WILLIAM REARIS GARDNER Treasurer ROBERT Louis RESTER Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM A. CUNNINGHAM MEMBERS Richard Frank Abies Rudloph Francis Ambriz, Jr. Clarence Eugene Anderson William Lee Anderson Saud Ashgar Donald Ray Ashley Patrick Edward Baggett Granville Harold Balthrop Thomas Arthur Bankston Rich Walter Berkley Jerome Roy Barta Donald Wayne Bell James Johnson Bell Eugene Thomas Beynon, Jr. John Calvin Birdsall, Jr. James Paul Black Tony Dean Blauvelt George Eugene Bones, Jr. Jarrell M. Bridges James Robert Bright Noel Brent Brinkley James Erie Broussard Thomas Orland Brown Emily Alice Burkhart Clarence Aubrey Burnett Harold Maynard Burton Ray Neal Campbell Finis Ewing Carleton, III Richard Swain Cassidy Bob C. Cleckler Jack Ray Clinton Richard Cole Gerald K. Collins Roberta Constantakis John Clifton Cooper Merlyn Don Cooper Richard Leonand Corso Harold Dean Cubley William A. Cunningham Jagdish Trambaklal Danak Mohamad Farhang Darehshori Zoel Wayne Daughtrey John Warner DeFarges Rene John Deister Charlie Richard Derden, Jr. Richard Oral Dove James Robert DuPuy Clifton J. Dusek Robert Wayne Easley Tommy Clay Edgar Michael W. Elley Wallace Eldon Embrey Ralph Tillman Ferrell Edwin Maurice Flint Frank Michael Floyd Joseph F. Fojtasek Louis Jerome Franklin Robert Frazier William B. Freeman, Jr. Robert Herbert Frias Burk Ralph Frnka Hugh Gerrard Gainey Luis Humberto Garcia William Rearis Gardner William Ernest Gattis Rassoul Najaf Ghadimi Russell Killian Gibbs Ronald M. Gieger Dennis Michael Giuffre Wilburn Earl Gray Marcus Alvin Grumbles, Jr. Daniel Stratton Gwlnner William Henry Hale, Jr. Wilbur Gerald Hall David Boiling Hallmark Joel Hugh Hamlett Benjamin Hammond Richard Mahlon Hanl, Jr. Brian Peyton Hanson Daniel Clay Harbin Carl Douglas Hargis Harry Gordon Harris, Jr. John Turner Harris Douglas Patrick Harrison Finis Bennett Harrison, Jr. Almond Jasper Hays, Jr. Randolph Heartfield Robert A. Hermes Floyd Herndon Richard Lionel Hill Laurence C. Hoffman Richard Neill Hollenshead Larry Allan Holmes Will iam Leornard Hopper Jr. Dennis Huddleston Francis Howard Hughes Richard Wright Hunter Thomas Wilbert Hutton Richard Ford Jackson Ernest Gus Jahnlce Carl Beakley Jeser Curtis E. Johnson Hubert Leon Johnston James Reese Joiner Grady Parker Jones Richard Lee Jurgena Joe Lee Kastner M. Duane Keele Chang Yul Kim William Robert Klingman Billy Vaughn Koen John Frank Kile Cl ifton F. Landry Carroll Wendell Lanier Victor Law Isidore Lazarraga Manuel Julio Leal James Eldred Lee James Travis Lee, Jr. Hugh W. Lindsay Chi-Yuan Ling Charles E. Little Charles Emil Loeffler Thomas Benton Lyda Robert Nelson MacCallum Xavier Hector Madrid Rafael Ben i to Marquez Ronald Lee Marr Sabih Taher Masri Gerald Nelson Matthews Joe Allen Mauldin Donald Wayne Maxwell James Calvin McComic Marion Embrea McDaniel, Jr. James Daniel McSpadden Eugene Warren McWhorter Dan Mendell, III John David Menke Karl Clarence Meredith Harry Warner Merritt, Jr. Robert Lee Meyer Claude Morris Miles James Davis Miller Coy Don Mitchell James Thomas Mitchell John Wayne Mitchell Leonard Edward Mohrmann, Jr. Thomas Calvin Moody Jon Gaylord Moore Roy Elton Moore John Charles Moorman Martin Portis Moreland Larry Louis Morris Richard Terry Morrow, Jr. Spencer M. Murchison Glenn Burke Musgrove Donald Oliver Nellis Roger F. Nelson Robert Stuart Nisbett Edwin Ray Norton John Franklin Nowlin, III Leaton Thomas Oliver Jaime Barber Ornelas Charles H. Owens, Jr. Larry Brian Partain Eldon Lee Patterson James Edward Patton John Wesley Paul Malcolm Lang Payne Adolf Petr Don West Pfennig Sherman Chamblin Pharr James Barney Phillips Kerwyn Louis Pietsch Douglas Steven Prensner David Arnold Pullen Edwin Lee Rainwater Ronald James Renz Robert Louis Rester Robert Ring Dennis Fred Ripple Bobby R. Robbins Louis Reed Roberts Marion Malcolm Roberts James Woolsey Robertson James Ronald Robinson Ramon Klugh Robinson Joel Henry Robuck Larry Gordon Roesler Andy Jack Rolf Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr. Larry Wade Salyer Victor Hank Schleider Jerry Donald Schwartz Alvin Charles Schwenke Richard Gano Scurry, Jr. Arnet W. Slaid Gordon Smith James Lewis Smith, 111 James Earl Smithey Roger Wayne Spiller Bill L. Stanley Charles Eldred Stapp Robert Harold Steelhammer Max Julius Steinhauser, Jr. William Virgil Stephenson Robert John Steppe Lewis Hardeman Steves James Dale Stewart Curtis Noland Strong Edward Lee Summers Frank Lester Szabo Jerry Joe Taub Ramesh Thadani John Thomas Thorngren Arthur Wood Thornton Anthony M. Truchard Eddie Voitle, Jr. Larry Ray Walker Benny Joe Wallace Edward Lee Wallace Tom Roy Warner Bobby Arrington Weaver Robert Carlton William Welch Gilbert John Wilbeck Carl Leslie Williams Herbert Wolfe Wizig Calvin Moritz Wolff Billy Joe Womack Robert Morris Woodall Ed Woodhouse William Nicholas Zelle Front Row: John J. McKetta, George Rich, Burkhart, Morrow, Gardner, Hermes, Klingman. Second Row-. Stanley, Koen, Jackson, Gainey, Voitle, DeFarges, Smithey, Brown, Merritt, J. Bell, Dusek, Welch. Third Row: J. Cooper, McSpadden, Black, Loeffler, Hays, Moreland, J. Harris, J. Robinson, Steves, Little, D. Harrison, Ripple. Fourth Row. Woodhouse, J. Mitchell, Nisbett, Keele, Pulten, Mohrmann, Hamlett, Hale. Page 469 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS OFFICERS Fall Spring MAGNE KRISTIANSEN Chairman ALTON WAYNE WHITNEY CHARLES FLOYD GEORGE, JR First Vice-Chairman LEE CHARLES THOMAS CHARLES EDWIN Fox Second Vice-Chairman JAMES THOMAS BRANNAN OLIVER LEE WATSON, III Secrefary MARTIN GENE HOPKINS JERRY D. ERWIN Treasurer DAVID GRISSOM JAMES THOMAS BRANNAN Recorder BENJAMIN CLYDE BARKER, JR. ALTON WAYNE WHITNEY AIEE Corresponding Secretary CALVIN WALTER MAY, J. EDMUND RAYMOND KAUP IRE Corresponding Secretary. STEVENS DAVID RAMSEY, JR. JAMES THOMAS BRANNAN SEC Represenfaf Ve RONALD LEON WHITNEY, J. CHARLES EDWIN Fox SEC Representative LEE CHARLES THOMAS WILLIAM H. HARTWIG Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM H. HARTWIG ROY RANKIN KREZDORN Faculty Sponsor ROY RANKIN KREZDORN Robert David Alexander Raymond Best Allen Robert Harold Althaus Leslie G. Ammann Robert Warron Anderson Thomas Richard Anderson Carlos Alfonso Angel Samuel Jackson Arnold James Rollins Bailey Arturo Humberto Banegas Benjamin Clyde Barker, Jr. Walter Nelson Barnes, Jr. Tommy Howard Bass James Key Beard Meredith Leroy Seattle Charles Wesley Beck, II Armando R. Benitez William Larkin Berry James F. Settle David Anthony Biedermann Sammy Eston Blalock C. W. Blenis Maynard Roy Blomquist Marvin Gaines Bloomquist Raymond William Bohls, Jr. William Kemper Booth Edward Donald Box James Thomas Brannan George Strickland Briggs Robert S. Briggs, Jr. Oran Brigham, Jr. Coy Everett Brown Gerald T. Brown Ross Brown Henry Allen Buchanan Jr. Henry Albert Bunting, III Edward Burke Jack N. Burkholder Thomas W. Burnett James Darwin Burney Byron Ross Byars, Jr " Stuart Bynum Clarence P. Cain David Edward Campbell James Robert Caraway George Lafayette Cardwell David W. Catter Terry Bert Chapman Doroteo Cervantes Chavarria Reginald W. Clark Marion Martin Clauder Richard G. Coalter Grover Coates Gary Thomas Coats Leroy C. Cockrell, Jr. Jerry Lee Coffee Willie Benjamin Colburn, Jr. Mason Edward Collins Reginald Reagad Conner, Jr. George Smith Cook George Marvin Cox Ronald Wayne Craig Woodrow Wayne Crawford Robert William Crowell Joe Hurley Cunningham, III Byron Paul Dahse Doyle Lynn Davis Ben Lloyd Deal Don Morris Deffebach Lewis Forsythe Dennock Robert W. B. Dickerson Richard McKinley Dickinson David Norman Dittmar William Lynn Docekal Francis Joseph Domingues Carlos P. Dominguez Tracy Arne Dotson Richard E. Douglass Charles Mark Duval John Morgan Eargle Walter Elliott Marvin Weise Ellis Raymond R. Engelhardt Jerry D. Erwin Isaac Eskenazi Jack Allen Fauschman Thomas Russel Fehnel David Emanuel Felkel Frank Emanuel Feuille Allen Gail Findeisen Gene Ray Fisher Richard Earl Fletcher Abelardo Garcia Floret, Jr. Fred Flores Albert Louis Fox Charles Edwin Fox Ralph Wayne Friedrich Walter Ray Fucht Lawrence Garfield Jimmy Gene Garner Jerry W. Garret! Arthur Dwayne Garrison Ben Paul Garrison MEMBERS Charles Floyd George, Jr. Cecil Ray Gilbreath Kenneth Roy Glaser Thomas Gray Godfrey Ernest Miller Gosch James Clark Gracey, Jr. Jaime Abelardo Gracia William Stanley Granek Herbert E. Greggerson David Grissom Rudolph Rios Guzman, Jr. Clovis Ray Hale Gerald Wayner Hale Glen Lee Hardin John Austin Hardin, Jr. Francis Edward Harkrider Charles Alton Harlow William A. Harrison Charles Louis Haverlah Guy Walter Haynes Harry T. Hearn Charleton William Heller Charles Gary Heliums Jack K. Hickman Lorimer Kenneth Hill Jack Raymond Hinson Cleve James Hoecker Richard Donald Hoffman James Robert Holmes, Jr. Robert Charles Holmes David Michael Holt Martin Gene Hopkins Richard Lee Hurst Don Dale Isett Paul Gene Jeffries Richard C. Jennings Edward N. Jones, Jr. Richard Shelton Justtss, Jr. Edmund Raymond Kaup James Warner Kellogg Michael P. Kersey Kenneth Dean Kiesling Louis William Klingman Frederick Edward Korzekwa Jimmie Edward Krafka Magne Kristiansen Donald Rich Labate Glenn Lain Richard Raymond Lamson Walter Ewing Landis Charles Collins Landry Stanley Edwin Latman Robert Reed Lawson Jack Don Leach James A. Lee Charles Stanley Leverin Robert Leicht Lindner Jefferson Franklin Lindsey, III Adolph Henry Loeckle, Jr. Parker Mixson Loeffler Lawrence T. Loftus, Jr. Willis Walter luttrell James Michael Lynch Paul Joseph Martin Alejandro Garcia Martinez Robert Tevault Mathis Ronny James Matlock Calvin Walter May, Jr. Edward Joe McCullough David Joal McElroy Robert Don McFaddin Clay McFarland. Jr. Douglas Ernest Mieri, Jr. Ed Lee Miller William Alton Miller Daniel Leslie Mills, Jr. Ollie George Minter Henry Richard Mitchell Dwight Oliver Monteith, Jr. Jackie Louis Moore Pomeroy Junior Moore Richard Louis Morell Paciano Colunga Morin, Jr. Thomas Baker Morris, Jr. Richard Arthur Muckle Garald Eugene Munger, Jr. Louis Navarro Russell Dee Nickerson Donald K. Norling Samuel Howard Odom Kenneth Lee Oehler Thomas Sidney Oglesby William Parr Olivier Charles Wesley Orr, Jr. Billy Dean Parker Jesse McCoy Patton Charles Douglas Peters Charles Hubert Pefri Leonard Mike Pfeiffer Howard Don Phillips Frank T. Polasek Donnie Joe Pound Richard Lewis Pringle Richard Parnell Privette John Paris Pruett Marvin E. Quist Jose Maria Ramos, Jr. Stevens David Ramsey, Jr. John Allen Remmert Fernando Rev-Uribe Keith G. Rhea Frank Marshall Richie Robert Maurice Riley Thurman Joseph Ritnour Richard OJan Roberts Walter Llewellyn Roberts Rodolfo Manuel Rodriguez David A. Ross David H. Rowley Morris Smith Ruggles David Melvin Sanders William Erven Sayle Eugene Schaefer Charles Arnold Schlinke Eugene Schoefer Arthur Edward Schultze James Hugh Seamon Winston Keith Setzer Jack Vance Shaw Kenneth Sherman Robert Gerald Simpson David Alex Smith George Michael Smith Richard Reeves Smith Gerhard Kurt Solis William Charles Spruell Lannon Foster Stafford Leslie Vernon Stark Roy Don Stevenson George Lindsey Stewart Marion Willard Stewart Don Allen Streater Douglas Ray Stringfellow Roy Leslie Sullivan Donald Harry Swango Robert William Swango Farid Y. Tajadoodi Jimmy Dale Tarver Don E. Taylor William Edward Teasdale Fred Walter Thies Lee Charles Thomas Logan Victor Thomas, Jr. Ronald Eugene Thompson Thomas Cline Thompson Lyle D. Tillinghast Arthur Donald Travis Joseph Edgar Truchard Robert Lane Turner Peter Arthur Vena Joe Mayer Victor Robert Clifton Voges Roger Sherwood Walker James C. Wallace Edward Darwin Walters Judith Noel Ward Doyle Ernest Ware, Jr. David Colquitt Watson Oliver Lee Watson, III Lynn Roy Weeks Melvyn Derek West Kenneth Wayne White Alton Wayne Whitney Ronald Leon Whitney, Jr. James Alex Wier Ronnie Lee Wiist Curtis F. Williams Kenneth James Williams Richard Stephen Williams Wayne Clark Williams Carl William Wilmsen Robert Frank Wilson Charles Harry Wit Wallace Boies Woodlief Darrell Roy Word James May Wright Marion Cullen Wright William Joseph Young George Edward Zacek Carl Krisch Zettner Richard Bennett Zey Pog. 470 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS The object of the student chapter of the AIAAE shall be to furnish a median of co-opera- tion among the students, faculty, and industry through professional and social meetings and to stimulate the preparation, reading, discussion and circulation of papers. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary , Treasurer SEC Representative SEC Representative Faculty Sponsor . . . .ROBERT SEELING POSTON BOB R. O ' DELL .MICHAEL EDWARD HENDRICKS .WILLIAM GRADY HALBERT, JR. JAMES R. PAYNE ...FRANK ELRED ARMSTRONG , . . .ALFRED GENE MATTHEWS CARL GATLIN MEMBERS Osmar Abib Rene Everardo Alanis Ubertino M. Aliaga Danilo Angel Frank Elred Armstrong Gerald Lynn Bell James Kay Burroughs Julio Hector Calderon Montaz Chichakli Mohammed Rashid Chowdhry Charles Robert Coffey Eugene W. Day Eugene Everett Deschner Charles Eddie Doubrava George Lawrence Drenner, Jr. Gordon R. Dysart Byron Edward Ehrig Thomas D. Erwin George Homer Fancher Clyde Edward Finch Ken Michael Fletcher John Ed Fry Gary W. Garrett James Thomas Gibbons Byron Jackson Gierhart Sidney Sol Ginsberg Jim Edward Greve Sanford Charles Grey Matthew Ray Gustin Jose Roberto Gutierrez Alton Robert Hagedorn William Grady Halbert, Jr. Jerry Don Ham Willard Ragan Hancock Michael Edward Hendricks Bobby Merle Hickman William Coggin Hooper, Jr. Grafton Wortham Hunt Charles Andrew Johnson Vaughn A. Jones, Jr. Kenneth Ray Jordan Hossein Kazemi William Andrew Kennedy Larry Dean Krause Buford Bernard Lankford, Jr. James Alexander Leo William Rogers Locklear Siri Madhayomchandra David Haywood Mangum Alfred Gene Matthews Roy Travis McLamore Jerry Wade Meyer Jose Azael Mora William Bartel Morgan Ewell H. Muse Robert James Naas Bishara A. Naber Robert Lee Nettle Willem Wessel Jan Nijveld Gabriel Reinaldo Nossa Monroe Ben Nowotny Charles Lee Obermiller Bob. R. O ' Dell Memduh Gunesi Olcay Jesus Rodrigo O ' Meara Robert Lynn Patterson James R. Payne Edwin Jones Peet Negron Romer Amable Perez William Maier Petmecky Coley Ronald Platt Augusto Lucioni Podio Norman Alaric Ponder Robert Seeling Poston Jerry Franklin Priddy Vergil Baxter Raines Hector Ramos Robert Edmond Reed Van Worth Robinson Sammie Morris Shaw Mohler Wheeler Simpson Fred Arlick Skidmore, Jr. Noe! Ernest Smith Don Luther Sparks Autry C. Stephens William Byron Stoddard James Hilton Stroman David Shelby Topp Charles Dean Tuttie Hernando Vasquez Henry Jay Warren Ronald Edward Watson William Howed Wood Farrile Schmidler Young, Jr. Front Row: Gatlin, Reed, Turtle, Nowotny, Olcay, Vasquez, Hicleman, Ponder, Halbert, Madhayomchandra. Second Row: Fancher, Hendricks, Mangum, Watson, Raines, Matthews, Angel, Payne. Third Row: Poston, Ehrig, Hunt, Alanis, Doubrava, Burroughs, Armstrong, Show, Chowdhry. four h Row: O ' Dell, Obermiller, Drenner, Hagedorn, Bell, Topp, Priddy, Garrett. Page 471 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS TON -i ' :- : Front How: Gebhord, Wilcox, Magers, Milligan, Long. Petter, Balli, Mohdi, Donnls, Bhagot, Nuckols. Drake. Second Row: J. Connor, Knudson, Haworth, Williams, Guzman, Watti, Lesley, Meier, Dietert. Third How: Peterson, Sigwart, Shirley, Kefoy, Raymond Fillmore Dowjon, Maxwell, Hartung, Petty. Fourth Row: Hall, Toub, Erneit William Steel. Davis, Hendrickj. Houston, Weaver. Ingram. Fifth Row: Ferguson, Leyendecker, Carl William Morgan, Conion. Walter L. Moore, Phil Moil Ferguion, Dannenbaum, Nentwich. Sixfrt Row. Sullivan. Denny. Robert!, Cunningham, Templeton. The object of this chapter shall be to afford an opportunity for the members of the civil engineer- ing classes to become acquainted, to promote a spirit of congeniality, to acquaint them with topics of interest through addresses by competent speakers, and to foster the development of a professional spirit. Fall OFFICERS Spring WILLIAM THOMAS NUCKOLS President ROBERT FREDERICK HAWORTH CARL ALBERT NENTWICH Vice-President DAN SHERMAN PETTY EDWARD ALIEN DAVIS Secrefary ROLAND P. DREWYER WAYNE BYRON INGRAM Treasurer JACK CODY MILLIGAN JOHN STANLEY RABUN SEC Representative GARY FRANKLIN HENDRICKS ROBERT FREDERICK HAWORTH SEC Representative PETER CHRISTIAN WILLIAMS EARNEST FREDERICK GLOYNA Faculty Sponsor EARNEST FREDERICK GLOYNA MEMBERS fl Ayhan Aktoy Macedonio Balli, Jr. Surinder K. Bhagat Gilbert Victor Blomquist Ellis Marcus Bowers Don Edwin Brown Robert Kenneth Burchard David Lee Buxton, Jr. James Robert Byam Raymond Patrick Canion James Ted Connor Reginald Reagad Connor, Jr. Guillermo Corrales Kenneth Jay Cunningham Delbert Glen Danneli James Denny Dannenbaum Edward Allen Davit Kleber Jennings Denny Milton Max Dietert Royce Allison Drake, Jr. Roland P. Drewyer Roger Joe Driskill Willie Paul Dunn Thomas E. Evans Walter Henry Fears Jon Edwin Ferguson Edwin Reinard Friedrich, Jr. Thomas Granville Gebhard, Jr. Jack Gerling Billy Bob Golson Baldemar Guajardo Guzman Tracey Allan Haliburton Robert Loring Hall, Jr. Roger Collier Hartung Robert Frederick Haworth Robert C. Helms Gary Franklin Hendricks Thomas Edward Horner James Thomas Houston Wayne Byron Ingram Marshall Edward Jennings Hugh Edward Johnson Morgan leon Johnson Charles Franklin Jones Boulot Eid Kefay Larry Jesse Kilgore Jerry Lucien King Myron Oran Knudson Richard Newton Lane. Jr. Richard Gill leard Robert Geprge Ledbetter James Dalton Lesley Edgar Volney Leyendecker Tommie Mae Long Robert Edward Magers Mounir AM Mahdi Marvin Rod Martin Frank Martinez Donald Allan Maxwell Wilbur Leroy Meier, Jr. John Lintz Merchant Jack Cody Milligan Thomas O. Neely Carl Albert Nentwich William Thomas Nuckols Wesley Gordon Pair James Carl Partlow Burl Ray Peterson Robert Ray Petter John W. Pettijohn Dan Sherman Petty John Stanley Rabun Don Jerome Ralston Roy Monroe Roberson Harmon Leon Roberts Spruell Alton Russell. Jr. Stanley Paul Sauer Theodore Alan Sawyer Claude Alexander Schleyer Per Kay Schneider Danny Lionel Sherwood Stephen James Shirley Paul Louis Sigwart Robert Earl Smith Joe Larry Sullivan Robert Tamez Albert A. Taub Bobbie Franklin Templeton Robert Hyde Tonetti John Oliver Trent Gungor Turung Frank G. Vega Harish Vora Montie Gayle Wade Harold Cornell Waggon ner Donald Hollis Waffs Graeme Douglas Weaver Joe K. Wells, Jr. James Roy White Charles Ray Wilcox Peter Christian Williams I Page 472 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS Fall JOSEPH C. ZERN GARY DONALD DENNEY. . . MERLIN GEORGE HOISETH. TONY G. MEDINA FRANCISCO H. FIGUEROA. . MARTIN H. REISER ROGER Louis PIERCE CHARLES WILLIAM HUMES. . JOE L. BRUNS Spring Chairman MERLIN GEORGE HOISETH . . . First Vice-Chairman TONY G. MEDINA . . Second Vice-Chairman CHARLES WILLIAM HUMES Treasurer JAMES BENJAMIN HALL . . . Recording Secretary ROYCE HERMAN HALL, JR. . . S.E.C. Representative. JAMES THOMAS JEFFREY . Corresponding Secretary. WAYNE FREDRIC AGUREN . . .Intramural Manager STEVE WALTER HILDEBRAND Faculty Advisor JOE L. BRUNS A BlAtK TOOJE - C.LOSEB MEMBERS l Saw l Stained I in Sullivan m tab klin oo Jetoelti , Trent i g 1ft W .(II itiin 1 " Robert Sterling Adair Gary D. Aguren Wayne Fredric Aguren James H. Akin Harvey C. Allsup, Jr. Lee Anderson David Lloyd Ash Delmer Edward Balusek Henry Earl Balzen Ted L. Barrow David Deryl Barton Ronald Jerome Bartosh James Mack Bilger Allan P. Bloxsom Lawrence Terry Boatman James Earl Bohanan Robert Hall Brady James Travis Brown Wayne Leon Browning Gary Therman Cheatham Don Henry Coers William Phillip Collins James Daniel Cope Jerome Earl Corneillie Howard Neil Crosby Gerald Glynn Crutsinger Joe D. Davis William Andrew Davis Gary Donald Denney George Gunter Edgerton Oswaldo Anibal Egas Homer Theryle Emmons William Harvey Evans, Jr. Francisco H. Figueroa John C. Finke, Jr. Philip Huey Furman Salvador Jaime Galvan Walter C. Gates Caspar Martin Gonzalez Joe Reginal Green David Grissom Robert L. Gross James Benjamin Hall John Allen Hall Royce Herman Hall, Jr. Claude Samuel Hargrave M. B. Harris, III Charles Edward Hasty Ken Holmes Hawkins Lloyd Glenn Hedgpeth Roy Louis Heid Stephen Walter Hildebrand Elwood Ray Henderson John Henry Herber Erwin Fulton Hill, Jr. James Herbert Hinderer James Clarence Hodge Merlin George Hoiseth Dale Durin Holder Jan Arlen Homerstad Samuel Thomas Hodgdon John Alfred Hopkins Lionel Gordon Hopkins Charles F. Huff Charles William Humes Harvey Byron Jansen James Thomas Jeffrey David B. Johnson Larry Bert Johnson James Nelson Keller Clarence James Kellerman Harry Llewellyn Kent, III Charles David Kieffer Kee Wook Kim Selmer Standley King George William Knebel Windall Ray Knight James Monroe Kruse Robert Eugene Kunze Ronald William LaLanne David Carrington Lancaster Henry William Lichte Norman Baker Littleton Robert Henry Lowry Ronnie P. Luckie M. Enrique Macias William Boyd Manning Tommy Nolan Marshall James Roger Martin Louis William McEwin, Jr. Tony G. Medina Robert Wayne Mighell James Watts Miller Charles Allen Monaghan Charles Travis Moorman Charles Joseph Moritz Alan Ernest Muller Richard Navarro Robert Anthony Parma Charles Clinton Parsons Linden Wayne Pierce Roger Louis Pierce David Reichenau Eugene R. Reinhart Martin H. Reiser Jack Franklin Roberts Francis Vincent Ross Don Earl Saddoris Gustav Eugen Schiele Robert Wallace Senn Richard Adolph Sievers Antoine Frank Smith Billy Douglas Smith Jewell Wayne Smith Leslie Howard Smith Donald Joseph Stasky Donald Baline Steffa Julian Suez John J. Talbert, III Carol Orien Taylor William F. Taylor Larry Ford Templeton Jimmy Franklin Thompson William Danny Turner Richard Joseph Von Hagel Lawrence Frank Vaccaro, Jr. Billy Henry Weaver Mario Riley Wheeler Robert Dean White Morris Farrell Womack R. Mike Yates Joseph C. Zern Larry Gene Zunker Front Row: Stasky, Wheeler, Talbert, Turner, W. Aguren, Macias, Figueroa, Collins, Zern. Second Row: Hoiseth, Hodgdon, Lichte, J. Hall, Humes, R. Hall, Moritz, Medina. Page 473 ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY front tow: Austin, Doshiell, Porrish, Patterson. Tries, Ely, Maxwell Hill, Stephen, Pennington. Second flow: Blessing, Boine. Mothews, Pace, Repper. Aucoin. Carter, Kerr, Rugeley. Third Row: Robertson, Wilbanlcs, Cnorod, Lebourg, Stolz. Erwin, Terry, Cravens, Shirley. The purpose of ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY is to further the study of good literature, to recognize high standards of scholarship in the field of English, and to promote friendship among its members. OFFICERS President MARY BOND AUSTIN Vice-President MARTHA KAY NORTHINGTON Corresponding Secretary SAIIY JEAN ELY Recording Secretary MARILYN ANN DASHIEIL Treasurer NANCY ELIZABETH PATTERSON Reporter, Fall MARTHA LOUISE PARRISH Reporter, Spring MYRA ERWIN Faculty Sponsor Lois BAIRD TRICE Lynn Ann Alexander Anne Marie Aucoin Mary Bond Austin Billie Lynn Baine Patti Amanda Birge Jane Lee Blessing Martha Lucretia Brannon Elizabeth Spencer Callaway Jerry Fay Carter Sarah Virginia Chandler Betty Ann Conrad Mary Cecelia Cravens Marilyn Ann Dashiell Sally Jean Ely Myra Erwin MEMBERS Meredith Ferguson Karolyn Kay Cranberry Helen Kay Hasha Nancy Elizabeth Hill Carolyn India Kerr Colette Renee Lebourg Mary Downing Longacre Mary Ann Massengale Virginia Stone Mathews Nancy Baker Maxwell Martha Kay Northington Peggy Pace Martha Louise Parrish Nancy Elizabeth Patterson Kay Pegues Mary Martha Pennington Johanne Repper Marian Elizabeth Robertson Frannie Ronshausen Mary Ada Rosson Chloe M. Rugeley Catherine Eugene Searls Carolyn D. Shirley Susan Lee Stephen Sandra Lynn Stolz Charlotte Dee Taylor Sally Louise Teeple Catherine M. Terry Mary Sue Whitney Bettina Rives Wilbanks Page 474 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The aim of the BAPTIST STUDENT UNION is Christian studentship, an attempt to furnish the student with every possible challenge to hear, answer and live God ' s call in his life on the campus. The ultimate aim is Christian citizenship, God ' s purpose lived out in all life ' s experiences. STAFF Student Director REVEREND RUSSELL WARE Associate Director M. VERSION DAVIS Assistant to the Director . .MELISSA MORRIS Fall MICHAEL DANE MCKAUGHAN . JAMES HILDEBRAND SHIRLEY ANNE McGuiRE. . . , ROBERT LANE CARLETON. . OFFICERS . . .President . . Vice-President. . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer . . Spring JAMES HILDEBRAND . . . .MICHAEL CARL STOUNE . ZELNA VIRGINIA BROADUS . . . ROBERT LANE CARLETON Priscilla Elaine Adams Judy Kay Boland Bill W. Bownds Zelna Virginia Broadus Robert Lane Carleton Martha Jane Fletcher Clovis Ray Hale James Hildebrand MEMBERS Jerry Lucien King Royce Eugene LaNier Robert S. Mabry William Elam Mabry Shirley Anne McGuire Michael Dane McKaughan John Michael Mills Henry Richard Mitchell Bill ye Faye Mullinax Linda Lucille Pritchett Diana Everett Rushing Mary Louise Salmon Muriel Smith Suellen Sims Speer Michael Carl Stoune Marion Cullen Wright Front Row: McGuire, Rushing, Pritchett, Salmon, Mullinax, Fletcher, Morris, Adams. Second Row: W. Mabry, LaNier, Stoune, Carleton, R. Mabry, Davis. Jhird Row: Wright, Mitchell, Bownds, McKaughan, Hildebrand, Mills, Ware. Page 475 CAP AND GOWN tea Front tow: McKinley, Von Hoiti. Sweel. Second How: Allen, Sipmk, Shield), Stom. Third Row: Cox, Schloiberg. Reusch, Johnson, Greer, HuHmgton Star Via Geon Wei Ettafi Card, Card) CAP AND GOWN, the organization for senior women, each year climaxes its annual activities of meetings with the beautiful and traditional Swing Out ceremony. In this service the senior women pass the bluebonnet chain to the junior women and thus symbolize the delegation of responsibility and honor to the future senior women of The University of Texas. OFFICERS President JUDITH LEE JOHNSON V ce-Pres denf SHIRLEY KAY McKiNLEY Secrefary ALICE VIRGINIA HUFFINGTON Treasurer JOANNE MARY SWEET Reporter JOAN RUESCH Faculty Sponsor HELEN MARGARET FLINN Carolyn Sage Allen Beverly Cox Sandra Elaine Greer Alice Virginia Huffington COUNCIL Judith Lee Johnson Shirley Kay McKinley Joan Ruesch M. Claire Schlosberg Judy Shields B. Carolyn Siptak Jane Stotts Joanne Mary Sweet Judith Kay Van Horn Fog. 476 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION The purpose of the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION is to promote the teach- ings and practices of Christian Science throughout the University community. OFFICERS Fall JOHN FOSTER PETTIT President . . . . BOBBIE ANN HARPER Vice-President . . JUDITH MARIE ROWLAND Secretary ROGER T. SHAPER Treasurer. . . . DAVID BOB PERSON Member-af-Large. ELEANOR BRYANT STEVENS Advisor . Spring JOHN FOSTER PETTIT DAVID BOB PERSON . . .SUZANNE JEAN MOORE . .GEORGE WILLIS EDWARDS . .RUTH KATHRYN WALLACE . ELEANOR BRYANT STEVENS UJITH ( VLTHlS Sherry Virginia Benn William D. Eason George Willis Edwards Frederick Ward Eilskov Nadine Adell Eilskov Etta Ferguson David A. Gershner Carol M. Giesecke Carolyn Lee Goddard Bobbie Ann Harper James Robert Holmes, Jr. Marion Ruth Holmes Richard Douglas Howell Lawrence Foster Hurley Dianne Lazarus Cave McKeown Suzanne Jean Moore MEMBERS Elwood Munson David Bob Person John Foster Pettit David Peter Phillips Ruth Ann Rawlins Judith Marie Rowland David Howel! Sander Roger T. Shaper Betsy Josephine Signor Linda Ann Sleeper William Bryant Stevens Helen Patricia Summers James Van Patten Johanna Marie Varney Roger Sherwood Walker Ruth Kathryn Wallace Mary Jo Weber Front Row: Benn, Harper, Moore. Second Row: Eason, Weber, Ltllie Frances Hawks, E. Stevens, Wallace, Rowland, N. Eilskov, Pettit. Third Row: Gershner, W. Stevens, Munson, Shaper, Howell, F. Eilskov, Edwards. Page 477 LOS CHARROS OFFICERS President THOMAS GRAHAM MORRIS V ce-Pres denf JUDY DELI MANN V ce-Presidenf ALBERT EDWARD WILLIAMSON Secretary-Treasurer THOMAS L. WHITCOMB Parliamentarian JOHN ED FRY Historian . . . AUDREY MACBLAIR WILLERS RODEO TEAM Ann Adams Judy Dell Mann John Ed Fry Thomas Graham Morris Albert Edward Williamson MEMBERS Ann Adams Jerry M. Alexander Sandy Boswell Henry T. Brooks John Lee Davis George Ann Denney Julia Aurelis Dudley Gene Edmond Eisenhauer Charles Thomas Engelking John Ed Fry Joe E. Funk Ann Gardner Beverly Whelchel Gardner H. Lawrence Gardner, Jr. Ned Gill, Jr. Betty Anne Holmes Dana Lucille Kilman William Richard Knight David Odell Langham Judy Dell Mann John Whitfield Mecom Sue Morris Thomas Graham Morris Wallace Reed Oliver Robert F. Reed Thomas J. Risinger Chloe M. Rugeley Wance Joyce Schaftner Clifford Perry Shankle, Jr. Anne Storm William Thomas Walker Jeriann Whitcomb Thomas L. Whitcomb Audrey MacBlair Willers Albert Edward Williamson Lyle Jimmy Wilson Frank Polk Youngblood Pog. 4. ' ! LOS CHARROS HORSE SHOW - Page 479 THE CHORAL ORGANIZATIONS ORIAND WADE JOHNSON Director, Southern Singers MORRIS JAY BEACHY Director, Choral Organizations A CAPPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS JIM WOODLE Director, Men ' s G ee C ub President Business Manager Secretary-Treasurer librarian GORDON DELANEY RALPH CONRAD IMMEL JOYCE ELAINE WIGGINS RICHARD EDWARD McGINTY MEMBERS Dory! Ray Alford James Alton Aliup, Jr Donald Scott Barnes Che ' fy Lou fleotty Judy Kay Bolond Reba Suzanne Boyd Jonef Eloue Brown Ellen Ba.l Buel Nancy Pauline Caffey Patty Campbell Carol Koulo Chapo Ron Anne Child) Gordon Delaney Elizabeth Diane Demon Delia Duson John David Earnest Dina Joan Eitelman Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Richard Earl F.kes Lorry Charlei Forrest Robert Aaron Fry Edwin Alton G.fford Joe Robert Greenhill, Jr. Martha Jane Guynes Warren Neil Hawkins David W. Hinshaw Ralph Conrad Immel Martha Caroline John Gordon Wesley King Jacquelyn Ruth Lewis Richard Edward McGinty Arthur Clark Middleton Robert A. Milts Glenda Gail Mitchell Charles Lee Noack Ben B. Nolen, Jr. Jerrotl Dennis Owens Saundra Sue Patterson Martha Pearson Margaret! Sue Riley Elvo Ann Schietinger Gretchen Schneider Dalton Wayne Stewart Michael Carl Stoune Thomai Edward Tiemann Claire Janet Timmons A. B. Todd, Jr. Mary Ann Tunnel I Jack Arlen Vawghan Charles Oliver Walts David Adfon Walze Helena Mane Weber Lynne Wetntroub Arved E. White Joyce Elaine Wiggins Calvin Montz Wolff Kathryn A. Young front tow Wiggins, Riley, Schneider, Weber, Caffey. Campbell, Young. Bwel. Dvton, Demon. Beotty, Timmont. Second tow: Lewn, Chapo, Schietinger, Eitelman, Childs, Patterson, Bolond, Boyd, Tvnnell, Ewell. Brown. Guynes. Wemrravb. John. Third ow. Fiket, H.nshaw, Immel, Nolen, McGmty, Noack, Stoune, Earnest. Owens, Fry. M.ddttton. Hawkms, Wain. Todd. fourth tow: White, G Mord, Wolff. Alsup, Walze. M.Us, Delaney, Greenhill, Alford. Stewart, Forrest Barnes. Tiemann. Vavghan. Page 460 LONGHORN SINGERS Front Row: Case, Swihart, Chapo, Pritchett, Raschke, Womack, Horwitz, Wyatt-Brown, Hansen, Fenoglio, Benton, Fletcher, Toney, Gibson, Jurgens. Second Row: Middlebrooks, Cox, Morehead, Skinner, Searles, Wells, Snow, Etheridge, Dolgoff, Eddins, Hughes, M. Smith, Sanders, Darling, McDowell Third Row: Schmitt, S. Wilkie, E. Wilkie, Broom, K. Harris, Handy, Roinosek, Roark, Hickox. Fourth Row: Retiz, Keasler, Kaplan, Eidman, Steed, Pulver, Drury, Bowlin, Graves, Higginbotham. Fifth Row: Spencer, Berry, White, Burchfield, Cook, M. Harris, Bowling, Nolen, McGregor, Evans, Logan, Stafford, Taub, S. Smith, Nietenhoefer. JrlH 0!if Wr; The Longhorn Singers is a mixed choral group styled after such organizations as the " Voices of Walter Schumann " and the Norman Luboff Choir. The group participates in the annual Round-Up Revue and other popular campus functions. Membership is open to all students without audition. i,i Una ' : - OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . .HENRY DAVID HESSE JERRY JOE TAUB .CATHERINE WOMACK .JAMES HOWARD CASE MEMBERS Carolyn Kathryn Benton Dorothy Eleanor Berry Janet Boegli James Hugh Bowlin John Knox Bowling, Jr. David Harold Braun Martha Rae Broom Linda Nell Bryant Douglas Webster Burchfield Marvin Alton Cannon, Jr. James Howard Case Carole Kaisla Chapo Wilson Clarke Cook Becky Cox Sylvia Cuellar Alice Zallee Curtis Jessica Royece Darling Madelyn Jean Dolgoff Tracy Arne Dotson Patsy Anne Drury Diane Audrey Dusek Dana Beaird Eddins Rose Mary Eidman Lura Lynn Etheridge Rand Boyd Evans Dane Everton Carole Sue Fenoglio Martha Jane Fletcher Janelle Maxine Fox Joann Fractman John Leland Gerloff, Jr. James William Gibson Robert Lee Graves Harriet Hinton Handy Martha Ann Hansen Kathryn Joann Harris Mack Harrell Harris Henry David Hesse William Horace Hickox, III Donald Higginbotham Esther Annette Horwitz Betty Karon Hughes Dale Howard Jurgens Michael Charles Kaplan Michael Edward Keasler Walt Launey Nancy Elizabeth Littmann William Omar Log ' an, Jr. Elizabeth Ann McBrine Eion Fleming McDowell William Stewart McGregor Robert Darrell Meadows John Eugene Middlebrooks, II Fred M. Misko Richard Manning Morehead, Jr. Kenneth Clarence Nietenhoefer Ben B. Nolen, Jr. Linda Lucille Pritchett Mary Manson Pulver Jackalyn Rainosek Lynne Marie Raschke Leonard Retiz Wanda Louise Roark James Eugene Sanders, Jr. Nettie Jane Sargent Pat Nadine Schmitt Sandra Sue Searles Sue Virginia Siddons Sarah Belle Skinner Mary Kay Smith Sally Smith Linda Jane Snow John Richard Spencer Harrison W. Stafford, II Julia Ann Steed David 1 Hill Stinson B uce A. Swihart Jerry Joe Taub Richard Clark Tedford Dolores Jo Toney Sara Katherine Wells Arved E. White Eleanor Ann Wilkie Sue Ann Wilkie Catherine Womack Alexandra Quintard Wyatt-Brown Page 481 MADRIGAL SINGERS Iff I to light. Berg. Tiemonn. Demon, Voughon, Ewell, Dougherty, Wiggirti. Immel, Guerguin. Gilford, Gosi. Johnton. Heofner. Sigrid Siev Berg Robert Glen Dougherty Elizabeth Diane Demon OFFICERS President Bus ness Manager Sondro Elizabeth Ewell Edwin Allon Gilford Suion M. Gosi MEMBERS Carole Ann Cuerguin Carolyn Heafner Ralph Conrad Immel EDWIN ALLON GIFFORD THOMAS EDWARD TIEMANN Orland Wade Johnson Virginia Ruth McBnde Thomas Edward Tiemonn Jock Arlen Voughon Joyce Elame Wiggins SOUTHERN SINGERS President Vice-Pretidtnt Secretary-Treasurer Student Director OFFICERS NANCY PORTWOOD MONDAY BARBARA LYNN GIBBS JO ANN SERRANO ... AAARTHA JANE EVERMAN Jeanne Richey Amocker Betty Cecile Bobb Catherine Elizabeth Bond.ej Molly Frances Brother Col Contrell Sarah Virginia Chandler Barbara Jean Cole Margaret Ruth Cndlebough Karen Julia Demel Bonnie Annie Laurie Ebelt Sally Edgar Sharon Dianne Edmiiton Ruth Elizabeth England Martha Jane Everman Leonore Marion Galinn Barbara Lynn Cibbs Martha Ben Harrison Judy Henry Chehe Sandra Hesse Nancy Gracey Hopkins Janet Lynn Hopper Janet Ann Hunt MEMBERS Sandy Hunter LaVerne Joyce Jez Donna Gene Johnson Leona Jean Jones Donna Day Keseling Linda Katheryn Lee Margaret Ann Lightfoot Shirley Masinter Pamela Dilys McGee Renee L. Merrem Nancy Portwood Monday Karen Kay Neff Mary Ann Nirch Linda Lou Raymon Judith Alice Reynolds Oaudette Jane Richards Alma Louise Robinson Billie Claire Rodeck Barbara Ann Roicher Nita Gay Russell Jacqueline Jeanne Senouillel Jo Ann Serrano Swian Mary Sloan Carolyn Spencer Elaine Amocker Spiegel berg Pamela Ruth Weathers Jeanne Alice While Emily Watson Wilkinson Marion Irene Wilson Lila Mae W.strond Front low, todeck. Moi.nier. Nell, Serrano. Contrell. Wilkinson. Mitch. Bobb. Kobinto Second low.- Chandler, Ebeil, Monday, Henry, Galinn, Hunter, trainer, England rllird ow: White, G.bbi. Hene. Spencer, t.chordl, Edmiiton, Senouillel, lOKher. Willrand. Fourth low, Soieaelberg. Amocket, Edgar. MerrMr). Eve.mon. Sloan, lightlool. luuell, Hopper, Wilton. Weotherj age 4B2 UNIVERSITY CHORUS Front Row: Joyce Ellen Clan ton, Beverly Jane Prokop, Elizabeth Victoria Mobley, Nancy e Anne Fleming, Janet Eloise Brown, Randa Nell McCol lough, Carolyn Dell Gregory. Second Row.- Nancy Jane Campbell, Margaret Warren Pope, Dian Duryea, Rosemary Coghlan, Marguerite Johnson, Wynona Hobbs, Lynda I Lane Anlcenman, Rebecca Ruth Davis, Marjorie Huang, Charlotte Stewart, Janet Winifred Burt, Suzanne Dolores Grillo, Sandra Kay Browder, Cal Cantrel!, Patricia Peters, Betty Lea Walker. Third Row; Patricia Jane McClendon, Patsy Ann Lyle, Rolinda Russell, Colleen Heather Collier, Emily Meador Bradshaw, Nancy Claire Chester, Gail Bennett Hill, Louise Maureen Zelen, Anita Louise Bell, Beverly Ruth Maxcy, Bonnie Nancy Crenshaw, Nancy Dee Beard, Gail Smith, Abigail Carol Glosserman, Merrie Carol Muir, Betty Black, Patricia Ann Sims. Fourth Row: Betty Field Reagor, Lynda Lee Craft, Dorothy K. S. Nordeman, Mary Jane Kahn, Connie Coleen Cole, Maedene Maedgen, Ann Katharine Springfield, Patricia L. Curry Benson, Suzanne Valerie McBride, Ann Watson, Kay Carlton Solomon, Terry Clark, Dene Hofheinz, Margaret Lou Smith, Susan M. Smith, Sue Janice Mathis, Nancy Marilyn Price, Judith Ann King. Fifth Row: Lola Butler, Nancy Jane Greene, Sue Kelly, Judy Shields, Jacquelyn Williams, Lois Marie Deary, Mabel Beatrice Hayden, Betty Joan Griggs, Katye Jo Duderstadt, Bonnie Beth Baird, Kay Ellen Jacobson, Joanne Nelson, Cindy Becker, Joan Whitelaw Browning, Ginalu Holmes, Sally Ann Janecek, Marilyn Melton, Mary Sandra Sweeney. Sixth Row: Mavis Lyle David, Dunya Katalina McCammon, Kate Mears, Carolyn Mellisa Wilkins, Pearlle Mae Grant, Gail Margaret Pronoff, Sheila Diane Ullrick, Allie Page Matthews, Vivian Lee Hartman, Alice Meredith Farrar, Martha Ann Conglio, Judy Austin, Marty Bailey, Mary Ann Reed, Marion Mobley, Lynn Elizabeth Harwood. Seventh Row: David George Allums, Dane Everton, Lee Ray Salzberger, Thurman J. Yancy, Larry H. Teels, Joe Rosser Hawley, John Lopez, Carlton Edward Perkins, Joe Calvillo, Jr., Jimmy Norris Borland, Gary Gursh Jacobs, Ted Woodrow Ingram, Jr., Warren B. Hart, Robert D. Walker, Sam M. Powell, Roy Matthews Grassedonio, Morton Lee Herman, William Plack Carr, Jr. Eighth Row-. Robert Dernier, Thomas Q. Davidson, HI, James Ray Clemmer, Harold Pacey Laves, Jan Durant Costilow, John L. Travis, Robert Drew Morse, Robert Anderson, John Anthony Herring, Otis Dee Morton, Ralph Williamson Alspaugh, Joe Gene Autry, William Henry Quirk, Ml, Ronald Errol Levinson, Josemarie Gonzalez, Don Phillips, Charles Doiron, Frank Herlin Cox. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB utai Km id Fronf Row: George Torrealba, Dane Everton, Ben B. Nolen, Jr., James Hugh Bowlin, Richard P. Carr, Jr. Second Row; Leonte Eulogio Vasquez, Bill Liggin, Perry Norman Bolin, Allie Jack Ralston, Tom L. Arthur, Kearney E. Edminston. Third Row: Julian Suez, Marshall Pena Mendez, Martin Barrera, III, Dale Howard Jurgens, James Eugene Sanders. Fourth Row.- William Omar Logan, Jr., Oscar Eugene Lynge, Jr., Marshall Laughton Sounders, John Richard Spencer, Logic Tobola, II, Charles Lee Jordan. Page 483 CURTAIN CLUB The above picture! are from the production " The King and I. " OFFICERS President Vice-President. . . Secretary, Fall . . . Secretary, Spring . Treasurer. . LONNY S. FRAZE . . ALAN DARRELL CAUSEY .... VICKIE BLANKENSHIP CATHARINE DALLAS BAXTER BARBARA WORD VICKIE BLANKENSHIP, Spring CAROLE KAISLA CHAPO, Fall PAT EVANS, Spring Rachelle Maye Applebaum Vickie Blankenship Richard James Branda Robert Talmadge Brown Alan Darrell Causey Carole Kaitla Chapo Stephanie Chernikowtki Mavis Lyle David Carolyn Oetmore Robert John Fahey Theresa Elizabeth Flynn Denny T. Fraze Lonny S. Fraze BOARD OF GOVERNORS THERESA ELIZABETH FLYNN, Fall K. ANNETTE GILLESPIE, Fall ACTIVES K. Annette Gillespie Freddie Ray Goodson Judi Hardison Clare Howard Linda Jean Johnson Gwendolyn Patricia Jordan David Maverick Lane Joyce Camille langerhans Arlen D. Leeder Jerry Mansee Mike H. McKay Ellen Sue Moses James Boswell Newton CLARE HOWARD, Fall GERALD STEVENS WILLIAMS, Spring Robert Benton Palmer Powell Sterling Shepherd Sigrid Skousgard A. B. Todd Roy Gene Traylor Tommy Tune Tony Valles Donald W. Williams Gerald Stevens Williams Barbara Word Betty Jean Zurovetz Mary Elaine Aiton C. Ann Aldrich Lucy Page Allen Judith Rosalynd Baron Catharine Dallas Baxter Mary Margaret Bolton Frederick William Braastad Danna Gene Brown Christanna Cantrell Carl Thomas Carlock Sylvia Cuellar Patsie Dean Denman J. David Earnest Rita Carolyn Easley Chester Harold Eitze Jerry Quin Evans Pat Evans Loretta Jeane Freeman Alton Glenn Frix, Jr. Martha Louise Gaskin APPRENTICES Ed P. Glazbrook Elida Michele Goldberg James Nelson Gsell Howard William Hanson Henry David Hesse Fred Allen Hunnicutt Nancy Rosselle Irwin Bobbie Estelle Kern Carolyn Ann Lacy Joanne Lindig Donna Jeanne Markley Fred Lee McFadden George O ' Daniel McMahan Jeffery Lynn Millar Glenda Gail Mitchell Jeri Lynn Mooney William Morey Montgomery Ann Raydale Moreton Philena Jane Morton Samuel Charles Nelson James Elwyn Neyland Gayle ROJS Patton Fred I. Peyton Sandra Jane Pinkerton Carolyn Reese Darlene Ann Rollins Jacklyn Lois Rosenzweig Ann Elizabeth Sampson Polly Seelye Judy Kaye Shaffer Marjorie Louise Stephens Mary Sue Strube John H. Sucke, III Margaret Ann Taylor Patricia Ann Teper Linda Rutledge Thacker Mary Elizabeth Tittle Sharon M. Walker Nedra M. Wood Thomas Ybarra GAMMA DELTA The purpose of GAMMA DELTA, an international association of Lutheran students, is to stimulate Christian thinking, to promote intercampus fellowship among Luth- eran students, and to increase Lutheran consciousness on campus. STAFF Pastoral Advisor REVEREND CHARLES H. BORN Assistant to the Pastor EMORY HINGST OFFICERS President RUANNE LAWSON V ce-Pres denf SUSAN ANN KNIPPA Secretary MARY Lou ARLDT Treasurer LYNDA RAY REMMERT Social Chairman LYNETTE LOUISE STAUFFER Social Chairman DOUGLAS CHARLES WEISE MEMBERS Mary Lou Arldt Lorna Pearl Bell Jesse Edison Best John Stephen Bradfield Delbert Glen Dannels Carolyn Grace Davis Ruth Eileen Droemer Carolyn Dorris Duran Martha Helene Garrard Patricia Diane Gunter Floyd Arthur Hackett Mary Helen Johnson Delores Jean Kelling Alexander Benjamin Klein Ida Marie Klein Sonja Rose Klein Janis Lynn-Kneblik Susan Ann Knippa Kathryn Sue Knudson Judith Elizabeth Koehler David Gustave Kuhlmann Ruanne Lawson Mary Louise Lehmann Donovan Allan Leistico Lester Lewis Carolyn Adell Leverkuhn Robert James Lowe Frank McKinney John Edward Melde, III Karen Lee Moerls Arthur Henry Niermeier Robert Thomas Ontegow James Douglas Pfluger Joyce Elaine Pfluger Gail Marie Pounders David Arnold Pullen Lyndal Ray Remmert Helen Ruth Schneider Gary William Schoen Brenda Faye Schultze Lynette Louise Stauffer Joseph Raymond Tacquard James David Theis, Jr. Julie Thieme Fred Walter Thies Judith Anne Tucker Merydith Dean Tucker William Wayne Voelter Douglas Charles Weise Ernestine G. Weiser Henry Charles Wohus Don H. Zwernemann Front Row: Moerls, Knippa, Knudson, Duron, Davis, Droemer. Second Row: Arldt, Stauffer, Lawson, Thieme, Leverkuhn. Third Row: Pullen, Pounders, Schultze, Theis, Melde. Fourth Row: Niermeier, Tacquard, Dannels, Wohus, Remmert. Fifth Row: Hingst, McKinney, Born. Sxfh Row: Gustav Twinhaufel, Lewis, Leistico, Thies. Page 485 INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES Front How: McCain. Middlebrooltl, W Ferguson, O Dell, Schorpe. Korydat. S.conrf tow: Cole, Woodfin, Kendrick. Walker, Joe, Cain. Third Row: Sutton, Short, Abel, Yanta, Davidson. The INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES is the representative society in America for engineers and specialists in all sciences related to aeronautics. The basic mission of the institute is to facilitate the inter- change of technical ideas among aeronautical engineers in this country and abroad. OFFICERS Fall Spring CHARLES HENRY COLE, JR Chairman WILLIAM FRED WALKER WILLIAM FRED WALKER Vice-Chairman RONALD LYNN WOODFIN RICHARD LEO SCHARPE Recording Secretary RUTH ANN SHORT ALBERT HARRY RICHARDSON Corresponding Secretary ROBERT G. JOE, JR. PEGGY JEAN McCoiN Treasurer WILLIAM JOSEPH YANTA ROBERT G. JOE, JR SEC Representative RALPH DOUGLAS O ' DELL PERCY HUGH MILLER Faculty Advisor JOHN CONRAD WESTKAEMPER MEMBERS Robert William Abel Frank Thatcher Aldrick James Key Avera, Jr. Larry Lynn Bailey Ronald Wayne Bett George H. Born Joe Mack Bridget Squire Lee Brown Richard Dale Burger Norman Dean Cain Cornelius J. Calnan Carroll Morton Chambers Charles Henry Cole, Jr. Randal Robert Craft, Jr. Jim King Dav idson Dwight Thomas Denniston David James Dunlap Charles Deward Easterwood Charles Warren Ferguson William Wade Ferguson Rodger Hollis Fields Richard Kenneth Hamilton William Edgar Harber R. L. Harkins, III Adrian Gene Herrin Claude Earl Hildebrand, Jr. louis Roberts Hunt Guillermo Narvaez Jimenez Robert G. Joe, Jr. Coye McClure Jones Andreas loannou Karydas Larry Dean Kemp Billy Darrell Kendrick Sami Faiz Masri Carl G. Matthys Fritz Alfred Matz Richard Mason McBeth Donald H. McElhone Peggy Jean McClain Melvin Morris Medlock John Eugene Middlebrooks, II Allen Michael Middleton Terry Dale Milne Ralph Douglas O ' Dell Richard Douglas Perklni Emmett Dale Pharis Robert Frank Pohler James Owen Rasor Jack Franklin Roberts Albert Harry Richardson Richard Leo Scharpe Godporn Senalug Charles Weldon Shirley, Jr. Ruth Ann Short Aiva Lynn Smith Stephen William Smolkin Richard Hylton Sutton, Jr. Gary Eugene Tedford John Hurst Tempi Joseph Edward Tepera Kamel I. Totah Robert Alfred Waldrop William Fred Walker William James Wellman, II Robert Campbell White Wesley Lloyd Wittenborn Ronald Lynn Woodfin William Joseph Yanta rage 486 INSURANCE SOCIETY The purpose of the INSURANCE SOCIETY of The University of Texas is to further and develop the interest and knowledge of the students in the field of insurance. OFFICERS President ROY SAMUEL RODMAN, JR. V ce-Pres denf, Fall WILLIAM JERRY ROBERTSON V ce-Pres denf, Spring KENNETH WARREN NORDEMAN Secretary RICHARD DOUGLAS JONES Treasurer RAYMOND ELLIS Faculty Sponsor EDWIN S. OVERMAN Faculty Sponsor HENRY IRVING SCHWEPPE Faculty Advisor JOHN STROCK BICKLEY Charles Benton Albright, Jr. Ira Jon Brumley Charles Cardenas, Jr. Tommy G. DeWitt Thomas Anthony Drawert Raymond Ellis David G. Frazier Joseph E. Funk, Jr. MEMBERS John Milton Gillis David Paul Jacobs Richard Douglas Jones Rowland Clydell McSpadden, Jr. Douglas Charles Nettle Kenneth Warren Nordeman William Robinson O ' Hair, Jr. Kenneth Paul Pennington Donald Pierce Raynsford William Jerry Robertson Roy Samuel Rodman, Jr. Frans Schroeyers Kirkland Smith Russell P. Tomlinson Louis Wunneburger Front Row: Albright, Cardenas, Robertson, Frazier. Second Row.- Jones, Ellij, Schroeyers, DeWitt. Third Row: Rodman, O ' Hair, Funk, Brumley. Fourth Row: Drawert, Nordeman, Gillis, Overman, Tomlinson, Bickley. Page 487 LAREDO CLUB - : From Row: Coroboza, M. Covazos, T. Ramirez, Oliveiro, Botello, Fernandez, V. Rodriguez. Lopez. Second Row: Dommguex, de lo Garzo, Stenger. Mireles. Chapo. Mezo, Gamboa, R. Rodriguez, Dickinson, Ruelai. Ihird Row: Cantu. j. Covazos, Vega, Garcia, Amici. P. Guajordo, G. Guajardo, Robinson, Coballero, Poppas. The purpose of the LAREDO CLUB is to encourage Laredo students to further their education in a higher institution of learning; to afford its members an opportunity to better acquaint themselves and unite into a body useful on the campus; and to foster social relations wih other persons and orga nized groups on the campus. OFFICERS President THOMAS MANUEL RAMIREZ Vice-President DAVID T. LOPEZ Recording Secretary ELENA MARIA BOTEUO Corresponding Secretary VIOLA RODRIGUEZ Treasurer.. .. MIGUEL A. CAVAZOS HJANT ,. TO IMFLUErtCE YOU... ' M Marilu Amici Martin Barrera, III Elena Maria Botello Rodrigo Caballero Tony A. Cantu Jose A. Carabaza Carlos Cardenas Jose Luis Cavazos Miguel A. Cavazos Sylvia Chapa Nora de la Garza John Ysidro Dickinson Alfonso Dominguez, III MEMBERS Roberta Ann Fernandez Ernesto Flores, Jr. Margarito Flores Gustavo Garcia Gonzalo Gamboa, III Mario Gonzalez, Jr. German Guajardo, Jr. Pablo Guajardo, Jr. Gloria Gutierrez Roman Eleuterio Longoria, Jr. David T. Lopez Jose Meza, Jr. Brigido Hector Mireles Carlos Oliveira Sarita Nieves Pappas Santiago Ramirez, Jr. Tomas Manuel Ramirez Robert Robinson Roque Honorato Rodriguez, Jr. Viola Rodriguez Jose Ruelas Diana Stenger Juan A. Vega Poge 4M LONGHORN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION THE AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION, which was founded nation- ally in 1852, was established on the campus in 1930. It is the only organization in the College of Pharmacy which welcomes the membership of all students who expect to be a part of the profession of pharmacy. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Chairman HOMER ALLEN ANDERSON V ce-Cha rman WILLIAM MARK GARNER Recording Secretary BENJAMIN MARK HARRISON Corresponding Secretary DELIA REBECCA SAENZ Treasurer J AMES GOFFREY HUBBLE Parliamentarian ADOLPH RAYMOND TRAUTWEIN, JR. Freshman Class President LLOYD H. BOUDLOCKE, JR. Sophomore Class President BENJAMIN MARK HARRISON Junior Class President ROBERT JAMES PEDEN Sen or Class President ROBERT SCOTT MARTIN Onenfafion Officer ROBERT JAMES PEDEN Sfudenf Editor ROBERT RAY VARLEY Faculty Advisor J AMIE N DELGADO Front Row: Harrison, Saenz, Trautwein, Delgado. Second Row: Garner, Varley, Anderson. Page 489 LONGHORN (Jtr A r Top ow AllwngM, Alton, Autry. Boktf. Bancroft. Boyne Second Cow.- Beorden, Birdtong, Bloebaum, D Brown, Burkttt, CoHey. Third flow Co n. CaUprt. Carnogey. Carpenter, Carroll, Clark. fourth flow Cotri, L. Cole, R. Col . Cooper, Crawford, Cunningham. Fifth Row Daniel. J. Down, It Dav t. De la Pena. Denty. Dittmon $tnth low: Drvry, EHu, Emmef, Farly, Ferrmer, Finley. Seventh tow Fucher, B. Garner. J Corner. Cermer, C ' bton, Gilbert Eighth tow GloM, Gray. Groiie. Harrell, Horrnon, R Hart. rWmrh Vow Htard Hejt. Hewlett. Holland, Hollmgiworth. Holt. Irwin. fn (?cw itchy. Jnn. Ko pp. Kopeck . Kowerl. Kuhn, Lawrence VINCENT RAIROEN DiNINO Director, Longhorn Bands STAFF Director VINCENT RAIRDEN DiNINO Assistant Director RICHARD D. BLAIR Faculty Sponsor .. ARTHUR MILTON CORY Public Relations JOHN MILTON CRAWFORD, JR. Business Manager WALTER BUDGE MABRY Assistant Business Manager CHARLES RITCHIE KUHN Announcer JERRY GREEN OFFICERS President JOE THOMAS POWELL Firjf Counselor BAILEY ARNOLD BIRDSONG Second Counselor LEAH RAYE SEXTON Third Counselor TRAVIS MEITZEN Fourth Counselor JOE HURLEY CUNNINGHAM, III MEMBERS Donn Leigh Adelman Charles Edgar Allday Judith Elaine Allwright Patricia Ruth Aston Joe Gene Autry Ora Rozelle Baker Jerry Don Ball Barbara Jean Bancroft Thomas L. Bayne Joe H. Bearden Bailey Arnold Birdlong Alan Paul Bloebaum Beverly Jean Brewster Dwane Allen Brown Edward H. Brown Joseph Irven Brown V. Luanna Burkett Betty Ruth Burnett Jack D. Caffey James Thomas Cain Eugene Allan Calvert Dale Howard Carnagey Patricia Dean Carpenter John Kelsey Carroll, Jr. James Craig Chamberlain Robert Lee Clark Donald Vernon Coert Larry James Cole Richard Ray Cole Ina Louise Cooper Richard Wade Corder James Robert Crews Joe Hurley Cunningham, III James Thomas Daniel John Marvin Davis Ruby Kay Davis Augustin Mateo De la Pena Glynn Wilson Denty Clarence William Dittman Richard Oral Dove Patsy Anne Drury Harry Andrew Edwards James Elmo Ellis Kathleen Elizabeth Emmer Don Gary Fariss James Lawrence Farley Robert Paul Fermier James Daniel Finley, III Nyla Kay Fischer Robert E. Foster Billy Jack Garner James Beall Garner Lynn Alan Garonzik Rogers E. Garrett, Jr. 490 BAND RICHARD D. BLAIR Assistant Director, longhorn Bands MEMBERS Lawrence Louis Germer Walter Louis Geyer, Jr. Luther Jackson Gibson Paul Paris Gilbert Thomas W. Glass Lynne Elizabeth Gray Larry Walter Grosse Mike Allan Hammett Billy Arvil Harrell Robert Mateer Harrison, Jr. Phillip W. Hart Robert Don Hart John Reed Heard James George Hejl Edward Robertson Hewlett Martha Moudy Holland Mary Louise Hollingsworth Anita Louise Holt Lana Jean Ingram Barry Scott Irwin Edward Charles Ischy James Robert Jenkins Charles E. Jones, Jr. Allan Paul Koeppe Anne Louise Kopecky Bruce Arthur Kowert Charles Ritchie Kuhn Glendal Berton Laminack Joe Carroll Lawrence John Michael Leary Betty Jane Leatherwood Jack Bennett Lee Michael Joseph Lee Ronnie Hugh Lee Jefferson Franklin Lindsey Richard David Llewellyn John J. Lopes, Jr. George Howard Luttrell Walter Budge Mabry James Joseph Magee Mary Charlotte Magee Carl Robert Mantzel Joe Ben Marburger Alfred Joseph Marsch Muriel Edith Marshall Robert Eugene Massey Randa Nell McCollough Donna Beth McCormick David Lynn McLaughlin Melvin Ralph McLaughlin Ernest Paul McNurt Bill Meinecke Travis Charles Meitzen, Jr. James Royce Miller Rita Virginia Mims Arthur Oliver Moore, Jr. William Polk Murchison, Jr. Linda Neeley Kenneth Clarence Nietenhoefer James Sheldrid Nix James Gus Nixon John Coma O ' Neill Delbert C. Overstreet, Jr. Robert Edwin Parsons Penelope Jones Pearce David Bob Person B. Carolyn Porter Joe Thomas Powell Douglas Steven Prensner Thomas O. Proffitt Rogelio Ramirez James Franklin Ramsdell Sandra Jean Rayburne Raymond Linn Ready Kenneth Sherman Reaves Irene Louise Reeb Linda Joyce Reed Eugene Evans Rhemann Jose Rolando Rodriguez Jose Samuel Rodriguez James Allen Sanders Carolyn Schroeter Allan Burnham Schmitt Larry Ludwig Schweers James Larry Scott Curtis Wayne Sebera Anatole Senkevitch, Jr. Leah Raye Sexton Rogers James Seymour Carolyn Marie Shaw Lelia Ann Shelton Douglas M. Simmons Donnie G. Skiles Able David Soto Carlton Michael Spain Charles Terrell Speed Beverly Ann Spillar Martin Wayne Spitzenberger William Rea Sterrett Nancy Sullivan Robert John Summers Betty Jean Taub Marilyn Tollefson Charles Orlando Veazy Robert Thomas Voigt Billy Hoyt Warren Michelle Ann Williams Eva Nell Wisner Alonzo Church Wood Gary Lynn Wood Ann Wyss Stephen Hoyt Young Top Row; Leary, Leatherwood, R. Lee, Lindsey, Luttrell, Mabry. Second Row: J. Magee, M. Magee, Mantzel, Marburger, Marsch, Marshall. Third Row: McCollough, McCormick, M. McLaughlin, McNutt, Meinecke, Meitzen. Fourth Row: Miller, Mims, Neeley, Nietenhoefer, Nix, Nixon. Fifth Row: O ' Neill, Overstreet, Pearce, Porter, Powell, Proffitt. Sixth Row: Ramirez, Ramsdell, Rayburne, Ready, Reaves, Reeb. Seventh Row: Reed, Rhemann, J. R. Rodriguez, J. S. Rodriguez, Sanders, Schroeter. f ' gh h Row: Schweers, Scott, Senkevitch, Sexton, Seymour, Shaw, Simmons. Ninth Row: Skiles, Soto, Speed, Spillar, Sterrett, Sullivan, Taub. Tenth Row: Tollefson, Voigt, Williams, Wisner, A. Wood, G. Wood, Young. Page 491 LONGHORN BAND B. CAROLYN PORTER Featured Twirler EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT Drum Major IRENE LOUISE REEB Featured Twir er The script formation between halvet of the A. AA. game in Austin. 49J TEXAS STARS Left to Right: NANCY SULLIVAN, PENELOPE JONES PEARCE, CAROLYN SCHROETER, RITA VIRGINIA MIAAS, PATRICIA RUTH ASTON. The State of Texas formation at the A. M. game. Page 493 TAU BETA SIGMA Front Row: Spitlor. Leatherwood, Tollefton, Peorce, Porter. Carpenter Second Row: Burkett, Schoeter, Sexton, Marshall, McCormick. Third low: Mogee, Drury, Wijner. Cooper, Doyit, Show, Royburne, Bancroft. The purpose of TAU BETA SIGAAA is to honor outstanding women in the band and to stimulate campus leadership, to foster a close relationship between college bands and cultivate a wholesome respect for their activities and achievements, to act as a service organization to the local band, and to provide a pleasant social experience for all engaged in college band work. OFFICERS Presidenf MARY CHARLOTTE MAGEE Vice-Pres denf LEAH RAYE SEXTON Secrefary PATSY ANNE DRURY Treasurer VIVIAN LUANNA BURKETT Historian MURIEL EDITH MARSHALL Sponsor JANE DiNiNO Barbara Jean Bancroft Vivian Luanna Burkett Betty Ruth Burnett Patricia Dean Carpenter Ina Louise Cooper Ruby Kay Davis Patsy Anne Drury MEMBERS Anne Louise Kopecky Betty Jane Leatherwood Donna Beth McCormick Mary Charlotte Magee Muriel Edith Marshall Penelope Jones Pearce B. Carolyn Porter Sandra Jean Rayburne Carolyn K. Schroeter Leah Raye Sexton Carolyn Marie Shaw Beverly Ann Spillar Marilyn Tollefson Eva Nell Wisner Page 494 LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION is to strengthen and sus- tain the students commitment to Christ through Biblical study, discussion, Christian fellowship, worship, and to encourage his purposeful participation in the world today. SOLUTION: PflRKiw PROBLEM STAFF Campus Pastor REVEREND HAROLD WILLIAM PENNINGTON Assistant Campus Pastor LARRIE SANDIN Fall CHARLES J. MANSKE. . . MARIE ELAINE BERG. . . MARY CATHRYN SAUER. DUANE FRUEH BUROW. . OFFICERS Spring . . President NELSON SCHILLER Vice-Pres denf MARILYN ELAINE MOENCH . . Secretary REBECCA RUTH ESCHBERGER . Treasurer . .NATHAN WAYNE SCHILLER MEMBERS Garland Thomas Baugh Ben Farrell Behrens Marie Elaine Berg Robert Marvin Blair Carroll William Boecker Duane Frueh Burow Don Henry Coers Marie Josephine Eickmann Karen Sue Ellingson Rebecca Ruth Eschberger Joan Eschberger Albert Pike Farr, III Janice Galle Carol Jean Hackemack Marilyn Jane Heimann Amelia Frieda Hielscher Pinna Lee Indorf Lillian Elisa Irons Harvey Janota Peter Rolf Jordahl Pat Larson Roy Charles Lindholm Lynette Irene Mann Charles J. Manske William Paul Mettke Tana Mae Miller Marilyn Elaine Moench Stephen Douglas Pressler Joseph Samuel Renker James Alan Runnels Jerry Dennis Sacks Mary Cathryn Sauer Nathan Wayne Schiller Nelson Schiller Joseph Robert Schroeder Carolyn Marie Shaw Martin Wayne Spitzenberger Erik Thompson Sidney Thompson Robert Thomas Voight Robert James Vorkoper Ellen Walter Sandra Jean Ward Ann Warren Jo Ann Marie Wessels Molly Willeford Marianne Louise Zimmerman Front Row: R. Eschberger, Ellingson, Miller, Pennington, Berg, Walter, Hackemack, Sandin. Second Row: Galle, Sauer, Shaw, Eickmann, Larson, N. W. Schiller, Runnels, Moench, S. Thompson, E. Thompson. Third Row: N. Schiller, Spitzenberger, Indorf, Coers, Vorkoper, Pressler, Baugh, Renker, Blair, Farr, Manske. Page 495 NEWMAN CLUB Fronl How: Whin. Schlegel, Turnr, Yeoar, Slomchiniki, Hoby. Trp, Cltm. Short. Second Row: Hervo!, Ruttle. Buxkemper, Matthews, Noravonte, Gallagher, Murray, Father David O ' Britn. Thi ' rd flow.- Fothtr Robert Joseph Murphy, Shipman. Hajovsky, Honemann, Boemer. Edgtrton, Taylor. The NEWMAN CLUB is an organization for Catholic culture and fellowship to foster the spiritual, intellectual and social interests of the Catholic students at The University of Texas. OFFICERS Fall BATES LOWRY HOFFER, III President WILLIS THOMAS TAYLOR First Vice-President . HELEN PATRICIA CARRELL Second Vice-Presidenf NANCY ELIZABETH SCHIEGEL Third Vice-President . JUDITH MANSELL BEESLEY Secretary MIKE HANEMANN Treasurer TOMAS JOSEPH ROBIRA Sergeanf-af-Arms . . AVERY SINCLAIR Club Hostess . . . ROGER GLEN BROWN Editor KAREN JULIA DEMEL Reporter Spring . . . .WILLIS THOMAS TAYLOR . . . PETER EUGENE NARVARTE . . .CAROLYN MARTHA SHORT .NANCY ELIZABETH SCHLEGEL KAREN ANN CLEM MIKE HANEMANN . . .MERTON JOSEPH MURRAY . . . . KATHERYN ANN WHITE MICHAEL MCKENNA .JANICE LAVERNE HABY CO-ORDINATORS Fall Spring CAROL ANN TERP MARGARET BERNADINE GRESH . . . .JANET P. SIOMCHINSKI HARRY PAUL HAIDUK Catholic Action CAROLYN MARTHA SHORT Correspondence GERARD PATRICK MORAN Fellowship JEAN ANN KUBALA RAYMOND A. RUTTLE Housemanager RAYMOND A. RUTTLE CAM LEE Intellectual HAROLD LEO SHIPMAN, JR. BARBARA JANE GURECKY Intramural Sports ADOLPH GEORGE HAJOVSKY RICHARD MICHAEL GALLAGHER BARBARA JANE GURECKY LOWELL SMITH Publicity EUGENE FRANK BOEMER WINIFRED MARIE CONLQN Membership ROGER GLEN BROWN BARBARA ANNE KAZEN Social NANCY ELIZABETH STROPENI GEORGE GUNTER EDGERTON SANDRA Jo KARM International Student SANDRA Jo KARM MIGUEL WALTERIO ESPINOSA MARIA ELINOR MEDINA USC Representative SALLY ELIZABETH WADDILI JAMES LAVOY BRANTON PHYLLIS MARIE KAZEN Contact QUINTIN JAMES SMITH Talent Infra-Cub REBECCA SUE MATTHEWS HENRY JAMES HERVOL IT ' Pogt 496 OAK GROVE OAK GROVE ' S purpose is to have a social organization which will provide for members a full program of intramural athletics, a desirable social environment, and an atmosphere designed to promote scholastic achievement. OFFICERS President HAROLD L. WARD Vice-President, Fall MILTON CLARENCE SCHROEDER V ice-President, Spring JERRY CARLTON PRICE Bus ness Manager ELBERT DARRELL LEWIS Detail Manager DANIEL WALLACE NORWOOD Recording Secretary JAMES EDWARD RUPP Corresponding Secretary WALTER CHARLES GAYLE Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM DAVID CARR ... IK . NorVWer was, TrWicr Robert Dudley Barrett Rodney Owen Beaty Paul Frederick Case Gerald K. Collins Charles W. Craven Marvin W. Ellis David L. Fariss Billy Edward Forisha Walter Charles Gayle Wayne William Guest James Edward Gunn Robert Lee Thomas Hampton William D. Henderson Auburn Lee Higgins MEMBERS Buddy Wayne Hopkins Don Wilson Jones Grady Parker Jones James Fredrick Kemp Elbert Darrell Lewis Jack Ray London Arnold Lopez James Howard McGill William Jefferson Moore John L. Myers Daniel Wallace Norwood Thomas Michael Patton Fred Nelson Pfeiffer Jerry Carlton Price Richard Charles Rucker James Edward Rupp Charles Calvert Rutherford Tommy Max Sanders Milton Clarence Schroeder Joel Douglas Tinker George Floyd Tuley Harold L. Ward Douglas C. Whatley John Arthur Winslow Joe Stefan Yardas Richard Bennett Zey Front Row: Yardas, Patton, Ellis, Collins, Sanders, Lopez, Ward Second Row: Zey, Forisha, Fariss, Hampton, Schroeder. Third Row: London, Kemp, Gunn, Beaty, Henderson, Craven, Gayle, Hopkins. Fourth Row: Case, Rupp, Norwood, Rucker, Winslow. Page 497 THE ORGANIZATION OF ARAB STUDENTS GREATER TEXAS CHAPTER Front Row Shomo, Soloma. Fotani. Chichakli, Dahmon. Roboiihy, Qoddumi, Khorathi. Motion, Nihod, Sobbon. Second How: Gwail. Maawrani, Nonnoli, Fakhr-EI-Dm, Suliman. Homdon. Motowy, Faranith, Rihon. Soodallah, Abdullat-f Third How: Khaler, AI-Kodi, Rodi, Alhowoi. A. Rathid. Dotaihy. Youief, Mazher. fourth How Hokail. M. Rathid. Alma Dobbat, Dehlevi. The purpose of the ORGANIZATION OF ARAB STUDENTS in the United States, Greater Texas Chapter is to promote good relations between the American and Arab students. OFFICERS Spring HISHAM FAWZI QADDUMI President HUSSIN MOHSIN AIHARTHY Vicc-Pres denf . . . ZUHEER SAMI NIHAO Secretary SAMIR HASSAN Social Chairman . . ABDEL-HADI MOHAMED MAHROUS Treasurer MOHAMAD DAHUMAN Sports Chairman . . MOHAMED DELB MAHDI Publicity Chairman . HONORARY MEMBERS Price Daniel Thomas Ballantine Irving AZMI ABDUL-HADI ZUHEER SAMI NIHAD BASIL M. K. MAKIYA GALAL FAKHR-EL-DIN . . . IZZIDDIN N. SA ' ADALLAH .MOHAMED RAMEZ FAZHOURI . . . HISHAM FAWZI QADDUMI j3 Bui Ja ' iJe teiQ Judith YOT . T: toyE Da le Eabe Varga; Sjlviai Joe West Neal Eunice Parker MEMBERS Adnon Abdtn Azmj Abdul -Hod. Abdulmoty Abdullotil Ahmed Ahmed Waul Ahmed. Hamad Ajroulh Jotephin Akrawi Soad Alolion Zuhtir Y. Alomi Mutlin Mohtin Alharthy Hamad Alhowoi Suliman Alitto Selemon A. AI-Kadi Momour Alohaly Soldi Altt.l Abdulrohman Aliheikh Suhman Aliouli Ah Al.wil.m Abdullah AnnojO Mohammed llham Arif Mohamad Annan Soud A R Athgar Abdul la Aihkor Youtleb Nairn Altir Robert Paul Awanettion Abdul Koder Baeih.n All Boghanem Moid A. H. Barakol Mohamed Sied Botyouni Mou ' at Cn.thoH. Mohammad A. R. Oobboi Wag,h Oolathy Mohomed Dohmon Mohammad Oarwish Mohamed Oehlevi Khal.l D.bec N.nel ' e Loiif Doll Ah S. El Ahmad. yrah Ragheb EI-Khaien Omran M. El Omron Adel El Shafie Adeeb Elyai Mohamed Ramez Fakhouri Zouhoir Ramu Fakhouri Golol Folru-EI-Dm Zahi faranith Zakario Fatani H.lmi M. Fetouh Ghaii Gafer Saod M Gamol G. Kevork Ghozorian Mohamed Gwo.i Hadi Haddad Soliman Hamdan Suliman Hamdan Youief Homdan Samir Hatian Mohamad Ha itoun Abd Azii Mohammed Hakail Sa ' od Moh d Hutomi MOUM Jaffar I jam Ahmed Ireanan lakr lima, I Tai limoil Abd. I jalajel Hitham Jomioom Isam Jomioom Abdulaiiz Jatin Abdullo Josloniah Somir Hashem Kabbara Abdelfohmon Kalomi Ah Ah Mah Khalol Abdelghany Abdallah Khalolallah Omar Haihim Khalifati Abdulkorrem Khoratni Ahmed Khoter Youttef Khotoun Abdulaziz Khodry Othmon Hammad Khowoiter Huuian Knmly Mohamed Delb Mandi Mounlr All Mahdi Abdel-Hodi Mohamed Mahroul Muhidm M Majzavb Saul M. K. Makiya An ton i Man no 1 1 Somi Foil Mow Wal.d Maiiaran. Somi Motor Mutton Mather Mohamad Sodeq Mezoyek Ahmed Mirzo Abdullo Mohamed Mohonno Sadik Jo. ad Motewy Abdul Koder Muhalhol Aiiod Al. Nan Zuheer Somi Nihad Hitham Faozi Ooddumi Abdullah Rod! Ibrahim (aihed Abdul Rath.d Mohamad Rathid Toloof Ihrohim Rihon Solemon Saleh Roboithy Abdul Seleman Rauk Izuddin N. So adolloh Zahed Sob Yahia Sobbon Faital Sad.k Houan Sofod, Fahd M Sago Mahmaud M Sohtout Meccy Solomo Abduloziz Saleh Mantour Abdulrahman StKoio Somi Abdel Shoma Ahmed A. Shamekh Abdvlaziz Ibrahim Showly Abdul Salimany Abdulrahman Sowoyon Ghazi Hathin Sultan Mahomed Jamil Tanmr Abdullah A Toiian Mohomed Bournan Tayoro Fahd George Wokim Omer Ya akub Yovnothon Youlif YauOth Voutef Aziz Voutef Abdul Zain. Foytal Zedon foge 498 REAGAN LITERARY SOCIETY The purpose of the REAGAN LITERARY SOCIETY shall be to further the enjoy- ment of literature of all kinds and to promote a spirit of fellowship among women of The University of Texas who are interested in literature. OFFICERS President V ce-Pres denf . . . Secretary Treasurer Project Chairman . Sponsor . LINDA SUZANNE TIXIER . BEVERLY JUNE SMITH .SARA JEAN CALLAWAY . . MARY E. DEFFEBACH . . . . MOLLY SHULMAN . MRS. CLAUDE C. HILL MEMBERS Linda Marie Ames Barbara Lynn Baker Elinore Ferol Benavides Candida Kay Berry Beverly Ann Brewer Jan Burkhart Sara Jean Callaway Kathryn Louise Carrico Ann Chiles Judith A. Coggeshall Mary Agnes Collerain Virginia Ruth Craver Mary E. Deffebach Daryle Ann Echols Martha P. Farmer Elizabeth Louise Gardner Carolyn Edna Glass Margaret McLean Greer Sylvia Ann Grider Glenda Gay Griffiths Marilyn Virginia Gump Linda Ann Hampton Susan Lindsay Hanson Marie Hargrove Jeanette Harrison Mary Kathryn Haynes Nora Jean Hite Johanna Hoff Gayle Johnson Janet Johnson Catherine Frances Jones Robin Jones Suzanne Bernice LaMaster Suzanne Luquette Kathryn Marie Mafrige Mary Ruth Magruder Marsha Keith Manatt Barbara Elaine Marshall D. Carolyn Martin Jane Elizabeth Maxwell Mary Catherine Meeks Mary Elizabeth Merrett Susan Bell Metz Gladene Michel Linda North Ella Jane Noyes Virginia Mary Oxford Louan Parks Fredell Ann Pinkerson Jo Ella Powell Nancy Duncan Powell Martha Anne Robison Dorothy Ray Rodgers Alene Louise Ross Sara Ann Sanborn Mary Virginia Schulz Valarie Scott Sally Christine Seiders Suzie Elizabeth Senac Ada Marie Sharpe Carolyn Shelton Carolyn D. Shirley Molly Shulman Linda Annette Skelton Beverly June Smith Mary Elizabeth Smith Gwendolyn Socol Marjorie Lee Stansfield Nancy Ellen Thrift Linda Suzanne Tixier Donna Kay Townsend Peggy Wheeler Louie Jane Woodward Frtfnf Row.- Craver, Senac, Sanborn, Tixier, Wheeler, B. Smith, Sharpe. Second Row: 3. Johnson, Seiders, Mafrige, Callaway, Rodgers, Burkhart, Harrison, Luquette, Slcelton. Third Row.- Glass, Marshall, Schulz, C. Jones, Coggeshall, Hampton, Farmer, Magruder, Michel, Hite, Hargrove, Powell. Fourth Row: Merrett, Deffebach, Shelton, Shulman, M. Smith, Greer, Meelcs, Martin, Page 499 SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT The! Pie ,: Co b lie front (tow. Forrest, Voldez, Gorza, Glenn, Tamez, Arocha, Broun, Shaenfield, Bee ley. Roy, Vorkoper, Plotzer. Second How: McPherton, Gonnoway, Gibbons, Tschirhart, Burkheod, Coble, Clemmons, Parsons, Lopez, Childers, M. Koermer, John F. Goldsum, Co . Third flow.- Whiteheod, Woodruff, Eisemann, Rabinowitz, Eaton, Bray, Lester, Clark, Richards, Wunneburger, Mains, Robb. Fourth Row; Imken, E. Koermer, Spruce, Baker, Owen, Bostwtck, Gulley, Keohey, Muenzler, Schmidt, Scale, Bchrens, Oefoyd, Burned. The purpose of the SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT is the development of the art and science of management of all human endeavor and to bring the student and busi- nessman closer together in the arts of management. OFFICERS Fall Spring JOE LEE COBLE President BILLIE MELVILLE GANNAWAY BERNIE Louis BRAUN Vice-Pres denf DON SMITH FORREST ROBERT TAMEZ Secrefary LUCILLE GALE MORRIS ROBERTO AROCHA Treasurer FREDDIE JOE GLENN SEWARD ELIOT ROBB Sen or Faculty Advisor HARRY WALTER STEPHENSON, JR. LUTHER LEE BAILEY Junior Faculty Advisor LUTHER LEE BAILEY MEMBERS William Goston Adkim James Alton Alsup, Jr. Roberto Arocha James Edwin Baker James Alvin Barry Robert Alfred Beeley Alvm Joe Behrens Charles David Bertrand William Ambrose Biggs Robert O Bostwick Berme Louis Broun William Charles Bray Donald James Breeding A. Marie Brown Burkheod Thomas William Burnett Donald lee Busby Thomas Edwin Campbell Beverly Ann Qtesson Ray Mitchell Ch.lders Randolph lee Clark, Ml Carole Evelyn Clemmons John Howard Clyburn John Lee Coble William Marr Copeland Wood E Co John Milton Crawford, Jr. Pairick David Cuba Robert Charles Davis Jimmy Lynn Defoyd Richard Edwin Denson David Michael Dorn Joe A. Duncan Jack Hodge Eaton, Jr. John Charles Edwards, Jr. Charles Warren Eiiemann Don Smith Forrest James Melton Fuller John W. Games Billie Melville Gonnawoy Eugenio Garza, Jr. Harry Wayne Gibbons Freddie Joe Glenn John P. Gulley, Jr. Stephen Allan Haas Norman Lynn Mains Lawrence Edward Holtzman Joseph D. Hocfcer Robert Conwoy Houston Diane Lorraine Howe Alvin Charles Imken Fred Earl Ingerson, Jr. Victor Jaeggli. Jr. James f. Keahey Erhard Ernest Alfred Koermer Manfred Guenler Joachim Koermer Marcus Wayne Krupola Page 500 Daniel E, Kubiak Jack Webster tester Jose G. Lopez J. Clyde McMohon, Jr. Lefoy Eorl McPherson Robert Casey Moddox John Robert Malone Robert A, Mills Luc Me Gale Morris Kendall Dean MuenzUr Aujt.n Virgil Owen, Jr. Charles David Page! Kermitt Lee Pagel Clifford Eugene Palmer, Jr. Wilham Dale Parsons Donald Reed Phillips Thomas Allen Pickering Ray Culver Plotzer Jonathan Pugh Bob Merold Pyron Bernard Irving Robinowiti Joe Lynn Roy James Thomai Richards, Jr. Seward E. Robb William Jerry Robertson Norman Coyle Roden Byron Lee Rossen Peter George Ruff Arthur B. Schorloch. Jr. Arthur J. Schmidt Frank M. Seole Bernard W Shaenfield Roger T. Shaper Paul Alexander Sharrocfc, Jr. Paul F. Stolon William BeamweM Sparkes, Jr. William Everett Spruce David Herman Sturm Barbara Ann Sublett Robert Tamez Thomas Wayne Taylor Gloria E. Terry Dwome lelon Thompson James Louis Tsthirhort Alfredo Voldez Robert James Vorkoper Henry Alfonso Viona Elmo E. Wagner Henry Chesley Wholen James Souter Whiteheod John Irving Whiteley Robert E Willion Forester Ens-gw WoodrvH Walter Paul Wroy Louis Wunneburger STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The purpose of the STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION is to promote quality in the teaching profession and to develope skills in cooperative action. Its members enjoy the opportunities, responsibilities and privileges of student membership in the National Edu- cation Association, the Texas State Teachers ' Association, and the Texas Student Education Association. OFFICERS President DONALD SCOTT EDWARDS Vice-Pres denf SALLY EDGAR Corresponding Secrefary HARRIET HINTON HANDY Recording Secrefary MARY ANNE HERDMAN Treasurer MEREDITH CHIDSEY Reporter-Historian JANET GREER NELSON Faculty Sponsor MONROE DAVID COHEN COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Carolyn Connor Marvin Blake Jones Marilyn Joy Shipp Betty Ellen Lowe Francine Puryear MEMBERS Ronald Calvin Allen John Quincy Adams Elizabeth Dianne Ames Margaret Jane Bauscher Janie Mayes Beeler Betty Lou Benfer Mary Binyon Berryman Robert Wood Bigger Barbara Gene Bowen Sondra Kay Bogy Adelaide Inez Bresky Judith Lynne Brisbois Bette June Brown Catherine Elaine Burger Mary Margaret Busby Sara Jean Callaway Meredith Chidsey Alice Elena Conkle Carolyn Connor Peggie Marie Cooke Ann Louise Cunningham Barbara Ann Daigle Mary E. Deffebach Betty Dennard Janie Raye Dowdy Judy Morris Edgar Sally Edgar Becky Glynn Edwards Donald Scott Edwards Norma Ann Eisenwine Patricia A. Ellerkamp Martha Jane Everman Winifred Percilla Forbes Sara Ann Franklin Joyce Lynn Gordy Adeline Cecelia Grady Martha Jane Hall Harriet Hinton Handy Barbara Ann Harden Mary Anne Herdman Jeanne Heyland Roberta Sue Hintz Elaine Hocott Janet Lynn Hopper Penelope Houdek Roberta Lee House Mary Marland Huhndorff Leslie Darvin Hurta LaVerne Joyce Jez Marvin Blake Jones Mary Ann Jones Jerry Kasten Patricia Carolyn Koepp Patricia Anne Lane Lynda F. Lauderdale D ' Ette Looney Betty Ellen; Lowe Samuel Donald Magavern Alice Ann Marshall Donna Maude Mauritz Daylene Scarlett McEathron Marilyn Margarite McGrew Howard L. Meredith Janey Lee Muller Janet Greer Nelson Judith Newman Josephine Nettie Nicklin Paula Virginia Norman Bette Bray Palmros Diana Parsons Kay F. Payne Sheridan Pettit Mary Jane Pizzitola Francine Puryear Martha Gail Rape Tommie Jane Redman Suzanne Lee Reynolds Carol Rich Jane Rich Claudette Jane Richards Helen Jane Robinson Judith Marie Rowland Mary Ruth Sandridge Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Pat Nadine Schmitt Jacqueline Jeanne Senouillet Marilyn Joy Shipp Beverly June Smith Mary Ann Smith Patsy Anne Smith Elizabeth Ann Stephens Jackie Irene Thomas Linda Suzanne Tixier Mary Katherine Turner Janith Dawn Vest Sara Katherine Wells Jo Ann Marie Wessels Priscilla Jane West Marcia Ann Williamson Nancy Jane Willis Jackye Elaine Willis Carolyn Louise Wright Patricia Ruth Wright t oli Mill Front Row: S. Edgar, Chidsey, Herdman, Lowe. Second Row: M. Jones, Connor, D. Edwards, Handy, Cohen. Page 501 SYMPHONIC BAND J. FRANK ELSASS, Conductor Front Row: He|l, Ge-er M. Williams, Aguitar. Wisner, Lee, Marich, Doyle, Veazey, Stoune, Jopling, Tate. Second Row Ramrrez, Satterwhite, Hollmgsworth, Willeford. O ' Neill, Crabtree, Perez, McKmley, Johnson, Scott, Porter. Russell. Burkett, Hordgrove, Reed. McNallie, Hunt, Hackley Third Row Davis, Carpenter, Ashley, Glenney, Marion M. Williams, Crawford, Mechling, Thomai, Neal, Schiller, Howard, Arnold, Cole, Schraub Parsons, Harrington. Roberts, Sum- mers, Lammack, Cox, J. Michel, Fischer, Gyetvai, Garza, D. Michel. v, r. ey, eey, non . s, mers, Lammack, Cox, J. Michel, Fischer, Gyetvai, Garza, D. Michel. Branfield, Evans, ' Guthridge, Fraumo, Denty, Rayburne, Washington, Brown, Cross, Ramsdell. Blend. Massey, Lopes, Mabry, Leah Raye Sexton. Mekher, Fovih Row: (Catherine Patricia Mike Allen Hammett. Gorrett, OFFICERS Presidenf THALIA KARLEEN ROBERTS V ce-Presidenf EVA NELL WISNER Secrefary-Treasurer ELDA ANN TATE Librarian VERDA HERRINGTON Librarian THALIA KARLEEN ROBERTS Manager JOHN LOPES, JR. Conductor . . J. FRANK ELSASS FLUTES Vivian Luanna Burketl Gerin Mortimer Hackley Frary Lee Hardgrave Janet Ann Hunt Jan Jopling Helen Claire McNallie Linda Joyce Reed Elda Ann Tate PICCOLO Michael Carl Stoune OBOES Mary Elizabeth Doyle Alfred Joseph Martch Charles Orlando Veazey BASSOONS Carolyn Camille Crabtree John Coma O ' Neill Alma Diana Perez B-FLAT CLARINETS Ramon Aguilar, Ml Jane Athley Charles Wayne Carpenter Ruby Kay Davis Walter Louis Geyer, Jr. Amy Jean Glenney Jimmy E. Hejl Mary Louise Hollingsworth Robert Vernon Le Rogelio Ramirez Gerald Kent Satterwhite Jo Ann Smothers Molly Louise Willeford Michael Donald Williams Eva Nell Wisner B-FLAT BASS CLARINET Robert Allen Riseling ALTO SAXOPHONES James Porter Evelyn Joyce Russell Melvin Douglas Scott TENOR SAXOPHONES Betty Ruth Johnson James Perry McKinley CORNETS James Thomas Cain Don Dwight Cox Nyla Kay Fischer Manuel Garza Joseph Gyetvai Glendal Berton laminack Richard David Llewellyn Donald Louis Michel, Jr. Joseph Michel Thalia Karleen Roberts Larry Robinson Robert Summon TRUMPETS Harley Thomas Arnold Larry James Cole Verda Herrington Robert Edwin Parsons, Jr. Henry James Schraub FRENCH HORNS Jack Michael Crawford Bertrand Edgar Howard Dean Mechling Margaret Allene Neal Nelson Schiller Mary Jane Strauch J. Hal Thomas TROMBONES Glynn Wilson Denty Randall Kent Evans Juan Francisco Fraustro Sammy Gragg Guthridge Albert Meyer Speary BARITONES Joe Edwin Brown, Jr. Sandra Jean Rayburne Charles Henry Washington TUBAS Lawrence Stanley Blend John Lopes, Jr. Robert Eugene Massey James Franklin Ramjdell PERCUSSION Rogers E. Garrett, Jr. Walter Budge Mabry Mary Belle Melcher STRING BASS Samuel George Cross ' Fog. 507 i, Su.. kl TEJAS CLUB The TEJAS CLUB was organized for the purpose of promoting good fellowship and scholarship. Membership is extended by unanimous vote of the members. OFFICERS Fall Spring LEATON THOMAS OLIVER President LEATON THOMAS OLIVER THOMAS ORAN NEELY Vice-President EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT JULIUS GLICKMAN Secretary RICHARD CHARLES PRICE PAUL LONGFELLOW GOOD Bus ness Manager PAUL LONGFELLOW GOOD JAMES HUDSON DUDLEY. . . .Social Chairman CHARLES MICHAEL SPAIN HONORARY MEMBERS Judge Olin Culberson C. C. Nolen Jack Holland William Charles Duesterhoeft, Jr. W. Page Keeton David Charles Barnard Jimmy David Bates John Brooks Bradley Major W. Bradshaw Thomas C. Burns Russell Eugene Bruns Louis B. Campbell James Dee Cole Paul David Couch Laurin C. Currie Joe Hurley Cunningham MEMBERS James Hudson Dudley John Michael Gainey Julius Glickman Paul Longfellow Good Louis Chris Heinemeyer Ralph Joseph Henderson Edward Robertson Hewlett James Carl Hyatt Jimmy A. Jackson John Bryant Jamison Don Henry Johnson Dalton Lane Jones Robert Ellwood Jones Harvey Michael Jones Ronald Kantowski John Leonard Kelley Raleigh Warren Moses Thomas O. Neely James Elwyn Neyland James Gus Nixon Leaton Thomas Oliver William Alexander Pickard Joe Thomas Powell John Keith Power Ellis Wynn Presson Richard Charles Price Don Earl Sadaris James Allen Sanders Curtis Wayne Sebera James Shelby Sharpe Charles Michael Spain Thomas Aimer Steck Ernest Lee Taubert Robert Sydney Trotter Mark Ellison Williams ... --; n (end M fT " ! T r .- - f i f JrWrtiL Top Row: Barnard, Bates, Bradley, Bruns, Burns, Campbell, Cole, Currie, Cunningham, Dudley. Second Row: Gainey, Glickman, Good, Heinemeyer, Henderson, Hewlett, Jackson, Jamison, Johnson, D. Jones. Third Row: H. Jones, Kantowski, Neely, Neyland, Nixon, Oliver, Pickard, Powell, Power. Fourfh Row-. Presson, Price, Sodaris, Sanders, Sharpe, Steck, Tauberr, Trotter, Williams. Page 503 WESLEY FOUNDATION Study and coffee sessions at the Methodist Student Center. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President JOHN WILLIAM WARNER V ce-Pres denf CARLOS EDWARD RODRIGUEZ Secrefary JULIENNE MARIE KESMODEL Treasurer ROSEMARY ADAMS COUNCILMEN Albert Bell Clayton Carolyn Connor Mark Sandy Norman Marilyn Reitz Wesley Foundation offers comradeship and prayer to all Methodist students. Pogt 504 Mil ! TARY Page 505 DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE The Department of Military Science, established in July, 1947, has trained many thousands of students in Military Science and has produced over 1330 commissioned officers for the United States Army. The University of Texas Army ROTC program has the mission of providing college trained officers for both Regular Army and the Army reserve; officers trained today who may be called to lead tomorrow in the event of a national emergency. A wise and prudent man shuns war but knows that armed conflict may come from any type of international incident. This same thoughtful man prepares himself to meet the challenges of our modern day living, become a better citizen and face this kind of emergency through the ROTC " onompus " part of his college education. Army ROTC gives a student a broad understanding of the functioning and problems of our national government, a knowledge of our nation ' s defenses, and upon graduation the Military Science graduate is better equipped to step forth into the world and take his rightful place among the leaders of his community. COLONEL HERBERT E. BROWN Professor of Military Science ARMY R.O.T.C. STAFF From How Motor Donald A Foi, l..ul.r ani Colon. Gtorg. H. Corr.ih, Colon.) H.ib.n E. Blown, Colon. I Edward Wolloc. Auihn, Ii.ul.nonf Colonel lob.rl f. Captain John Hallow Mtlnloih S.tonrf tow $.raonl Firir Clan lojmond Itono ' d Moil. ' S.rgtonl toy Jon.i. Moii.r $ ' ganf Tolland O liv.iar. Moit.r S rf onf Jack I Dickmon, Moif.r Srgont Carl E Walktt. S.rgMinr jam.i W. Form.r, S.rgMinr Firtt C ' on William R. Helm, Moil.r Svrgvanr Fr.d E Obcrdorf Pag. SM ARMY R.O.T.C. CADET GROUP STAFF .-... " -,. L 1 Front Row: Clifton Hatcher McCall, Gerald Lee Sewell, Leaton Thomas Oliver. Second Row: Robert Lester Griffis, William John Lyons, Charles Abney Cass, Sterling Samuel Neuman. Third Row: Gilbert Matison Wyrick, Robert Francis Earhart, Perry Joe Radoff, Joseph Gluckman. CORPS OF ENGINEERS CORPS OF QUARTERMASTER front Row: William Thompson McKissoch, Jr., Robert Glen Musgrove, James Murray Eller, Irving Taylor Cutter, III. Second Row: William Clement Mattel, Herbert Wolfe Wizig, Herbert C. Allen, Paul Andrew Wilbur. Third Row.- Gary Curtis Warnica, Thomas Gray Godfrey. CORPS OF TRANSPORTATION Front Row: Van Worth Robinson, Larry S. Glozer, Roger Alan Kerbow. Second Row: Thomas M. Cassin, William levin Wyatt, Richard L. Nelson, Jerry Webb. CORPS OF MILITARY POLICE ! Front Row: David A. Gershner, William Green Hanshaw, Roy Brien Varnado. Front Row: Alison Monroe Bonds, Thomas C. Hamilton, Fred Charles Meyer. Second Row. James Monroe Kruse, George William Swain, III, Robert Conwoy Houston, Jerry Lynn Second Row. William Ross laughlin, Thomas Jackson Morton, John Robert Carter, Jr., Pat English Leadbelter. C | a ,|,. Page 507 ARMY COMPANY FIRST PLATOON Front tow John Clyde Robinson, Jr., Thomas Baker Morrit, Jr.. Jetie Jock Svdwick, John Leonard Carlson, Davy Dean Ling, Loun Christopher Page. William Lyman Davit. Second How Glenn Lee Hordin, Common Cretin Boddcker, Jr., Clifford Le Thomson, Joe Frank Spfoul. Edward Ralph Barren, Henry Marlowe, Jr., Patrick W. Campbell. Third ffow: Jomei Marvel McCuijtion, Richard Wh.tfield Denn, Jr., Joe David Ibonei, Jr,, Michael Henry Montgomery, Clarence Aubrey Wellh, Kenneth Roy Crellen, Jess Leland Stanford. COMPANY I FIRST PLATOON front Row Charles Lee Bolton. Ill, John David Griuctt, Carroll Stone Kirkpofnck, Aubrey Lesley Price, Dennis Louis Davis, Anthony M. Truchard. Second tow. William Paxton Van Hooie, William George Egelhoff, James Joseph Truchord, Robert John Grona, Edwin Allan Cook, Dan Nobles Gardner. Third tow. Benjamin Rush Norvell, Jerry Carlton Price, Harold Roy Guttinger, Philip Charles Lewis. Mario Jesui Gonzalez. Jr.. Patrick Cunning- ham Oxford, Donald Hughes McElhone. COMPANY C I FIRST PLATOON front too John William Copelond Ronald Alb.M W.lton. Mobr, David Wolv.rton, Joitph Wilmon Hairii. David loctt Slont. lay lobinion, David Itadart Kuptfmon , chard Cra, Hill. Warm W.lion Cltmtnli Svconcf tow Richard John Kocurri. Phillip Allen Leonard. Patrick O Higflint, Don Michael Bornttt Robert Arnold Speori William Ferrol Crtoger, Gerhard Friti Grwichkvl Diird to Jon Stuart loner. Waller W.lliomt McAllnler. III. William Waring Flonnerr. Jr Robert Auilin Holcher. Wayne Mo-well Shull Stuart lorry labbini. Robed l.nditv T.ton Page 508 R.O.T.C. B SECOND PLATOON Fronf Row: Molcom Long Payne, Harry Llewellyn Kent, III, Benjamin David Rosen, Ralph Johnson Castor, Jr., Robert Michael Warner, James Carl Barborak, Lynn Sandol Beeler. Second Row.- Robert Ernest Mangum, Morris Delon Seay, James Willard Hurst, Richard Branton Daniel, Jack Dallas Holford, Eugene Baines Manning. Third Row: Gerald Nelson Matthews, Donald David Henderson, Edward Frederick Nordmeyer, Benny Eugene Edwards, Thomas James Newton, Michael Vance KiMough. SECOND PLATOON Front Row: Gerald Glynn Cru (singer, William Harold Carter, Glenn Burke Musgrove, James Hilton Hardie, Neil Mac Lean Bowie, Arthur Rhew Dooley, Jr., Don Carlos Gipson, Michael Lee Molak. Second Row.- Benjamin Sims Parrack, Stephen William Smolkin, David Arnold Put I en, Don Morris Deffebach, Edward Douglas Johnson, Jr., Jerry Young Carothers, Pat Klaus. Third Row: Abelardo D. Hinojosa, Jr., William Parr Olivier, John Torres Lopez, William Charles Garbade, Rodney Lee Cut well, Michael Reynolds Pearson, Louis William Klingman. SECOND PLATOON Front Row: Larry Joseph Sachnowitz, Nix O ' Brien Bodden, Charles Frederick Bayless, Henry San Miguel, Jr., James Peden Dowis, J. B. Lathem, John Carrol Vogt. Second Row: Robert Clinton Ernst, Frank Hart Lichtenstein, Jr., Mervin Dansby Peters, Edgar Wayne Ray, Jr., Frank Fitch Henderson, Charles Ned Goldberg, Thomas Milton Schroeder. Third How: Richard Jules Loewenstern, Stephen Marshall Simon, Robert Lane Carleton, Arthur Herbert Woytek, John Maurice Oppenheimer, Hoy Newton Wells, Colemon Nockolds. Page 509 ARMY COMPANY FIRST PLATOON front tow: W.lliom Paul Mmke, Stephen Franklin Smith, Marvin Rubenstein, Lonnie Fogle, Morton Lee Herman, Milam Shelton Johnion. jr. Second How Donald Clifford Ward, Lloyd Anthone Ceinen. Harry Joe Match. Colletl Broyles Dilworth, Jr.. Henry Morris Peterman, Jerry Donald Schwartz. Third tow. Frank Herlin Cox, David George Allums, William Bennet Averyl, Jr., Charles Andrew Elliott, Charles Warren Eitemann, Dan Henry HonLe. I COMPANY FIRST PLATOON Front (aw. Charles Ernest indwell, Everett Kinne Melby, Joseph Richard Luna, George Gilbert Johnston, Lyle Albert Biaifield, John Harvey Hudspeth, Carlon Hardy Prince, David Clyde Tiller. Second Sow Peyton Lambeth Tawnsend, Robert Coleman Kottwilz, Michael Edward Jones, A. W. Knolle, James Sidney Cawlfleld, Robert Elliott Watts. Third tow. Edgar Hill Enochs, II. Victor August Kormeier. Jr., Floyd Wesley Richards, Jr., James Dorgan McCoy, Billy Ray Dyson, Merrill Richard- ion Roberts, Barton LeRoy Fruhmon. COMPANY f FIRST PLATOON From tow. Samuel Ira Rosion, Jr., Alfred Autrey Breath. Jack David Copelond, Lyndon Gayle Knippo, Jan Duranl Costilow. Everett Alexander luckenboch. Jerry Morgan Hixson, Joe Thomas Harre Second tow Robert Charles Kelly, Fred Eugene Upihaw, William Crocker St. Clou. Gregory Peter Went, Gordon David Martin. Charles Leo Bohon. Milton Brian Jones. Thud tow Tom Kf.rh Meier. John Lynn Palmer. John Dennis Roberts, Jonathan Holt Truex, Jamet Gory Veazey, Joseph Font Grant. Page 510 D R.O.T.C. IPAN1 SECOND PLATOON Front Row: Samuel Kelsall, IV, James Allen Boger, Terence Timothy Post, Robert Wayne Hughes, Mike Vernon Calhoun, Ronald Edward Cohen, Jerald Philip Goodstein, John Turner O ' Banion, Jr. Second Row: William Freddie Strauss, Harold Ford Russell, Robert Murray Kendrick, Don Michael Millsap, Gary Crawford Godfrey, Robert Darrel Yoder. Third Row.- Robert Connor Briggs, Charles Moore Bardwell, Lee Kent Womack, Edward Byers Creager, Thomas Hood Herren, Mark William Bermann, Leopold Zertuche, Jr. SECOND PLATOON Front Row: George Benjamin Brown, Thomas Caywood Knapp, William Warner Witcher, Jerry Ramon Laufman, Dennis Zacour, David Polk Haynes, Benjamin Edmund Quinn, III, Samuel David Glassman. Second Row: Herman Ringler, Jack Edwin Banner, Robert Wright Williams, Danny Morris Cain, Howard Arlen Haberman, Vernon Otto Markworth, James William Queen. Third Row: William Hamilton Calvert, James Stillman Long, Joseph Campbell Sparks, Manuel Amado Lopez, Stonewall Jackson Fisher, Wil- liam Fred Ansley. SECOND PLATOON front Row: Hugh Moss Wright, Jerry foul Dehlinger, William Wilkerson, Jr., Winston Keith Setzer, Charles Frederick McCulloggh, Darrell Thomas Hawkes, Marion S. DeVore, John Timothy Lewis. Second Row: Gilberto Saenz, James Delane Cross, William Kernon Gayden, William Hugh Munn, Harvey Lynn Klein, Larry Allen Hall, Carlton Edword Perkins, Gary Alvin Goldfeder. Third Row: Thomas Emerson Sandlin, Donald Albert Porter, Jr., Peter Bolin Mahaffey, Michael Lawner Patton, John McCampbell Davis, Jackie Joe Bullion, Larry Gene Humphreys. Page 511 ARMY COMPANY FIRST PLATOON front Row: Robert Show Gomel, Ben Chilton Boren, Peter Charles Borr, James Russell McGoodwin, Charles Thomas Clark, Gory Joseph Weaver, Barry lorance Biggs, Charles Everett Jones. Second How. Charles Sargent Corleton, Raymond Miller Hawkins, John Frederick Gray, Henry Nunn Sweeney, Jr., Jock Henry Kallison, Bill Jack Hathcox, II, Donald Pierce Raynsford. Third Dow Hal Edward Noelkt, Paul Thomas Piiley, Warren Bryan Hart, Thomas Buckner Hightower, Joe Lee Jones, Edward Washington Rost, Wil- liam Henry Qu.rk, John Michael Mills. COMPANY H RANGER COMPANY FIRST PLATOON Front Row. Robert Welter Pegg, II, Gilbert Philip Anderson, Philip Brandt Peacock, Victor Amadale Driscoll, James Howard Koehn, William Pov Brandon, Jamei Sidney Hale, John Henderson Smither. Second Row. Charles Mark Bnllon, John Franklin Week), Moody Hamilton, Jan Erik Fredenksen, Randolph Km Miller. Third Row: David Allen Smith, Enos L. Ashcroft, III, John Hood Highsmith, Michael George Crovy, Edward Murray Harris, Jr., Fred M. M sko, Jr. front tow Second ffo Third tow fourth flow Holmei Mitch Edward Ch.nn, John Anthony Mart.nei. Edgar Dome) Boiley, Don Fredrick Vaccaro, Emory Clyde Stephens, Juliui town Germane, John W. A. Jones. Lorry V. Wilkenon. Richard Lee Henth David Edward Howard, Jr., William Frank Allen, Bert Nathaniel Wneley, Gary Keith New, Keith Tulloss Childert, Luc. en Benton Campbell, Jose Antonio Goniolei, John Casper Drolla, Jr. Richard Patrick Perex, Alton Arch Corrmchael. Herbert E Evans, teland Irwm Ammons, Egon Richard Tauich, Jerry Leslie Smith. George Warner Dawion, CKorles William Little, John Reder Wilto Robert Roy BaMei. Jr , Robert Eugene Glotion, Paul Lte Wiley, Robert John Anderson, Charles Edward Campion, Kenneth Wolfe Trobovgh. Gerald Victor Corn ton. George Jack Nochman. WJUe Page 512 V R.O.T.C. i (.An, ftll I: si H SECOND PLATOON Front Row: Robert Henry Kuempel, David Lee Lemon, Wayne John Gronquist, Dick We I don Simpson, Richard Edward Thompson, William Ross Laughlin, Don Larry Talbert. Second Row: William Leon Rivers, Lawrence Seymour Sondock, Harvard Keith Nix, Raul Gonzalez, Jr., Ronald Wayne Wiederstein, Francis Douglass Shear, Gregory Owen Lipscomb. Third Row-. Thomas Lafferty Ad I eta, John Howard Palmer, Dan Selwyn Smith, Robert Evans Arnette, Dave Bates, Nickie Lee Laird. SECOND PLATOON Front Row. Henry Edward Padgett, Jr., Henry Swift Cherry, John Clark Hurst, Jim Lynn Thompson, Peter Eugene Narvarte, Jr. Second Row: Melvin August Horn, Richard Howard Terrell, Jerome Carl Lipkin, George Frank Oatman, Jr. Third Row: Kenneth Wesley Burch, Hargis Reed Hayes, Robert Lee Pinkston, Frederick Freeman Lykes. CONFEDERATE DRILL SQUAD ? J ,! " " Left fo Right-. Charles Frederick Eckhordt, Heriberto Francisco Longoria, Jr., David Arnold Puller, John Coats, Carolyn Elise Rogers, Dick Polk, Arturo Soto, Dan Sewell Ward, John Michael Kamenar, Jr. Page 513 COLOR GUARD ARMY SPONSORS U r fo tight: John H. Cools, Nathan Fred Cliett, Thomas O Davidson, lyndal R. Remmert, Wil- liam Allen French. ALTERNATES: Bill W. Bownds, Htnry Newton Bell, Timothy Burton Eldred, Eldon Lewis Jones, Alfred Edward Seddon. Ltft to tight: Cadet Colonel Linda Jean Johnson, Group Staff; Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Mary Jo Ponsford, Transportation; Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Edith Jackson Whitridge, Engineers; Cadet Major Sadie Lou McMurtry, Ranger Company; Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Barbara Jane Yonfcfl Quartermaster Corps. R.O.T.C. RIFLE TEAM fioal tow tobrt Connor Iriggi. Clifford Jouplt Woerfi .. H.tb. ' t Coylond lyl. Thomoi Gray Codlr r- Strand How Hvnry Morlow . Jr., Victor Kormir. Jr . Alic Tomm Addington, Gtorg Andrtw Andtrion Frederick Fr man lyltvt. NOT PICTUIEO tobtrl Allol l.ggl. tichord Co. lion Jon.i. Jomn tog,, Morl.n fog. 514 ! DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL SCIENCE COLONEL WILLIAM A. KENGLA Professor of Naval Science COMMANDER DALE CALVIN REED Professor of Naval Science ::: ;: The University of Texas is one of 53 Universities having Naval ROTC Units on campus. Since September, 1940, thousands of students have received commissions as Ensigns, United States Navy, or Second Lieutenants, United States Marine Corps. The NROTC Unit is composed of two types of students. Regular Midshipmen are selected on the basis of nationwide competitive examination and interview for entry into the Regular program which is designed primarily to procure career type officers for the Navy and Marine Corps. Contract Midshipmen are selected by the Pro- fessor of Naval Science at the University on a basis of local examination and interview for entry into the contract program which is designed primarily to procure Reserve type officers for the Naval Marine Corps Reserve. Midshipmen receive valuable training during the summer months when they embark on cruises of 6-8 weeks duration. Textbook knowledge is supplemented with practical seamanship and knowledge gained on Naval Air Stations, Marine Corps Bases, Destroyers, Submarines, Carriers, and Cruisers located from San Diego, California, to Sasebo, Japan. NAVAL R.O.T.C. STAFF Front Row.- Lieutenant Richard D. Warren, Commander Dale C. Reed, Colonel William A. Kengla, Lieutenant Commander Jack M. Stevens, Major Robert E. Parrott. Second Row: Lieutenant George W. Porter, Jr., Chief Petty Officer Ernest L. Wagner, Jr., Mrs. Eva V. Farley, First Class Petty Officer Robert H. Harris, Mrs. Muriel H. Plailcy, Chief Petty Officer William N Smith. Third Kow: First Sergeant Leon B. Andrews, Chief Petty Officer Lawrence W. Bowen, Lieutenant Rolland E. Leenerts, First Class Petty Officer James G. Pauley, Lieutenant Fay H. Bouknight, First Class Pett Officer Edmond E. Davis. Page 515 ALPHA COMPANY front Sow Benjomin Gnffm Hammond, James Howard Bell. Bill Morton McNall, Wilford Dale McConn, Charles Joseph Murilz, Jon Edwin Ferguson. Second tow Charlet Wesley Orr, Jr., Cory Lee Simpton, John Harold Perontie, Roe Russell Burton, James Thomas Gibbons, Donald Powell Cole, Richard Samuel Williams, Robert Lee Collier, Richard Woolsey Chote, Henry Philip Schaefer, William Francis Edwards, Martin Joseph Cross, John George Engler. Third fow Roger Francis Nelion, Michael Henry Ersltine, John Allen Treadwell, George Alan Nugent, James Melborn Rowley, Jr., James Virgil Davis, Roger Ervm Crooks, Robert Adalbert McLouchlon, Daniel Strorion Gwinner, Charles William Heaton, David Garner Wilbourne. Roberto Lara, Corleton Edward Anderson. fourth flow Robert O ' Brien Johnson, Badey Lovm Guess, Donald Carter Rutherford, Samuel James Lee, II, Fred Anthony Odom, Benjamin Clyde Barker, Jr., Charles Robert Mitchell, Michael Wayne Spuhler. Henry H. RotheM, Jr., DeTraver B. ladymon, Thomas Folts Womock, David Ray Collinsworth, Robert Nottingham Tracy, David Edward Reese, John Scoggms Hollyfield. BRAVO COMPANY From Row S.dn.y K.M B.llue, Jot M.choel McGeoth. Grant letoy Bigelow. Sidney H 5m. id. III. Second low lot Alltn Mould. n, David Robert Bommer, Hugh Jonathan Slatrlll, Paul Edwin Hindelang, Jr., Woller Clark While. Ill, Ritchie Reed Bruce Wode Nelion. Samuel Clark W.negordner. Allie Jack Rollton. Sie.en Woller Sheofler, Oav.d Clarence Neubouei. Alan S Beinhorn, 6. My George Ekrut. David Kiktr Hughei, David Furmon 8. ley, 8. chord Woyne Allen. Boaer Albeit Mar. en. Weldon Keene McDonald Third tow Robert Edwin Woodman, Harold E.chenboum. Jr., Richard Bennett Zey, Claude Morni Green. Jr., Patrick Michael rVeiion, Marvin Boyd Ritchie, Adrian Lewi) Mallio, Jr., Eddit Vote Newcombe. John M.chael Beidel, Tom McMurry Brood, John lorry Cranberry, Samuel Colemon Drake, Richard Cornwell Jennmgi. Robert Marion Moore, John Stanley Phelpi. Robert John Crawler. Rondell Keiih Wholey Herbert Cayland Lylei Fourth tow Kirk William Weinerl, Frank M.lli Shallene. truce Kent Muehlenbrock, Carl Woyne Fountain. Harvard Glenn Ayert, John Michael Mown, William Bleweil Chenault. Ill, Rodney Curtii Koemg. Andrew W, Miami Bochoten. Ronald lynn Woodfm. Carloi Cu.llermo Cordenoi, John Robert Henry, RoMrt Earl Punley, III. Woyne Beoll Dickenon. Mark Ell. ion William. Jacob Joel Goldl.noer. Chorl.i Welher.ll S.moni, Jerry Robert Reed. Ronald Garland Rice. Kenneth Baldwin McFarlond Page 516 . BUCCANEERS :: Front Row: Howard Harvey Hamilton, Rudolph Vince Krueger, Donald Lee Woods. Second Row: George Richard Bettle, Anthony Scott Karsokas, Andrew George Anderson, Robert Waller Looney, Jerry Mac Dunogan, Merrill Joson Davis, James Lewis Fulwiler, Curtis Bronson Schultz, Manse I Monroe Wood, Vaughn Motley Bryant, Jr., James Richard Haley, Third Row: Luke Harrell Miller, Jr., Robert Louis Gartner, Monty Bill Price, Joe Traxler Stringer, Jr., Marshall Steele Morris, John Warren Johnson, Jacob William Mohr, Jr., Thomas Fran Id in Schuster, Jon Thomas Wiley, Thomas Max Mi eke! sen, George Gerald Causey. Fourth Row: Gary William Schoen, Donald Douglas Durf linger, Herschel Marvin Timmons, Robert Erwin Williams, William George McMillian, David Peter Cote Hesse, Gerald Milton Most, Richard Allen Burt, Therman Charles Jones, Russell Charles Scholl, Jr., James William Dodson, Jr. Fifth Row: Charles Samuel Snell, James Earl Langley, John Packer Guyer, III, Ronyce Cole Longwood, Sam Recompense Stanbery, Dennis Foster Brandon, William Lynn Docekal, Lawrence Richard Anderson, Jerryl McWayne Lynch, Mark Wayne Perrln, William Peter Oppel. MIDSHIPMAN STAFF FALL DAVID FRAZIER CLOUD Battalion Commander SPRING WILFORD DALE AAcCANN Battalion Commander Front Row: Wyatt Hudson McGee, Jackson Lee McDaniel, Richard Glenn Looney, Charles Hubert Petri. Second Row: Michael Scott Fry, Robert Henry Schmidt, Royce Merman Hall, Jr. Fronf Row: Jackson Lee McDaniel, Bruce Wade Nelson, Sidney H. Smith, Robert Henry Schmidt. Second Row.- William Eugene Joor, 111, David Frazier Cloud, Grant LeRoy Bigelow. Page 517 NAVAL R.O.T.C SENIORS Operating Mark 1 Fire Control Computer. Navigating using Maneuvering Board. Plotting attack courte in thip ' i combat information center. c ; V, NAVAL R.O.T.C. SPONSORS Left to Right: Mary Estelle Brickman, Karen Tellepsen, Susan Ann Burton, Alice Maxine Chase. R.O.T.C. BAND ; . Front Row: James Milton Bruner, Rogers Elmer GarreU, Jr., Andrew Joseph Doherty, Richard Boyd Simpson, Kenneth Mitchell Calvert, Adolph George Hajovsky, Jack Cal- houn Long, Charles Lee Jordan, Jackson Robert Ferguson, Jr., Freeman Lee Waynewood, Francis Detrich Koop, Jr., Thomas Oliver Proffitt, Barry Scott Irwin. Second Row: Kenneth James Moore, Edward Soto Cantu, Gustavo Hector Martinez, Charles Franklin Darling, Jr., John Randall McNeely, Phillip Monroe Grace, Frank Joseph Wiggins, Lee Anderson, Edward Wallace Meier, Fred Lee McFadden, III. Third Row: Terry Joe Witt, William Dudley Eason, Jr., Melvin Charles Landers, Michael Gail Stevenson, Gary Allen Lovett, Melvin Corkey Deutsch, Victor Xavier Villarreal, Gary Lynn Wood. Fourth Row; Willard Sullivan Presley, Wilburn Lawton Payne, Robert Creel Gard, Steven Michael Neuse, Alfred Joseph Marsch, Joseph Bryan Adair. Page 519 COLONEL GEORGE WILLIAM PORTER Professor of Air Science DEPARTMENT OF AIR SCIENCE The Air Force Reserve Officers ' Training Corps program was established at The University of Texas in July, 1947. This program, offered by the Department of Air Science, is designed to select and prepare University students to serve their country as Commissioned Officers in the Air Force. Air Science cadets are given excellent training in leadership and Air Science. Attendance at a Summer Training Unit enables them to experience living and learning on an Air Force base. When called to active duty, AFROTC graduates become pilots, navigators, or technicians in their specialized field of study. STAFF front tow Benn.e F. Dillon. lieutenant Colon ! D. Akeri. Copiom Robttl E Hoyi, Jr. Coptom Williom T. Adorns. Captain Ctorgi W Long. Sylvia Ann Second tow Ttchn.col Sergeant Harrv Erv n Wochimann. Staff Sergeant Robett Donald StepHtnton, Staff SergeoM Morvm t Twrn-pieed. Pogt 520 AIR FORCE R.O.T.C GROUP STAFF From Row: Phyllis Marie Kazen, James LaVoy Branton, Charles Joseph Vesely, Jack Raymond Hinson, George William Knebel, Joe Ramirez. Second 1 Row: Charles McDonald White, Jan Howard Julian, Paul David Couch, Martin Williom Nakynz. ORANGE WINGS Front Row: Judy Kay Bolond, Robert Mayo Richards, Dennis Raymond Schmidt. Second Row: Richard Edwin. Douglass, James Tolcott Grotte, Charles Gustavus Peterson, Randall Harold Boyett, Eugene Paul Sturm, Jerry Dale Tapley, Charles Ray Brown, James Frasier, King Colville Hoermann. Third Sow: Charles Marshall Finney, William Robbins Hawkins, Joel Jernquist Sandberg, James Edward Fritz, Louis Chavarria Guzman, Robert Dalton Bassetti, Rodney Ray Oestreich, William Caswell Ward, Charles Frank McKinney, Robert Wayne Shinn. Fourth Row: Franklyn Deal Jones, Rogers M. Holt, Jr., Herman Ray Breed, Joseph Irven Brown, Jan Hansen Garretr, Aaron Valenzuela, Larry Frazier Laughrun, Leonard Norman Herzfeld, Jr., Roy Valery Comeaux, Jr. Fifth Row.- Vanroe Maxwell Howard, Jr., Van King Reese, James Michael Hinkle, Michael Scott Fleming, Donald Reagan Orman, Charles Stanley Leveritt, Marshall Pena Mendez, Robert Albert Meitzen, Jr., Wesley Lloyd Wittenborn. Page 521 AiR FORCE R.O.T.C. SQUADRON ONE F ' onr Row, Suelten Sims Speer, Clovis Roy Hole, Otis Claude Shearer, III. Second Row Sterling Clock Robertson, Jr., Russell Keith Brock, Jr., James Croiier Brown, Mark Hoyden Nugent, Hugh Campbell Dismukes, Charlei Terrell Speed, Raymond Dole Christian. Frank Augustus Homer, III, Edward Andrew Washington, Clifford Avrom Katz, Carroll Morton Chambers, Ricky Horley Darling, Forfeit Murray Smith Third How Will.e Watson Robertson, Jr., Ronald Buford Pruitt, Douglass Fielding Hoese, Jim Clifford Scott, John Bingham Martin, Robert James Rawson, Richard Ray Raby. Richard Roland Rohr, Barrett Harrison Barker, William Thomas McClanohan, David Lynn Heath, Willard Edward Johnson. fourth Row. Jimmie Lloyd Brotton, Wesley Victor Banner. William Ernest Phillips, Allen Craig Stansbury, Russell H. Pacey, Jr., Eulotio Arzoga, Jr., Richard Preston Breese, Frank Thatcher Aldrich, Gary Bertrand Calvert, George Alan Smith. Clifford Joseph Woerner, Felix Waymon Ferrelt, Stephen Meade Rinard, John Moynard Chapman. SQUADRON TWO front tow Ann Ellen Armilrong, Floyd Dtnmi Herndon, Jomei Warner Kellogg Second tow Flemmg Cook Hobbl. Jack Weldon Shelton. Jr . W.ldon Chapman Byrd John Wilton lee. Itn Nelion. Jr., George Turner Ian. Jr., David Hoywood Mongum. Daniel Albert Naranjo. John Allnd Hopklni. John David Moriory. Ma Maraiko, Jr.. Robert Vernon Le, Thomai Allen lunklty. Jr., Michael Jamei MocKenna. W.lllam Fooler Miller. Daniel Mark Slrauch. lichord lurr Slallcup. Thir d low ten John Marcak. lewn Clilton Fontno, David Allen Trice. Arthur Thomai Spohn. Frank Mackinder Sallee. II, William Howard Ammoni, tobert Sewoll Welli, David landy Tennonl, Kenneih Lynn Jenten, Alan Eugene Colfey. Barry Eugene Schwori. Jamei Owen Raior, Richard Spencer Lewit, Michael Dane McKoughon fourth How larry Jock Edgeman. Robert Warren Hanki. Lu i Humberta Garcia. Clarence Alexander McFarland, Corneliut Joseph Calnan, Robert William Kriel, William Weir Hamilton, Jr . William Bruce Petmecky. Donald Walter Schleicher. Mark Joy Sidemon, Jomei Dorwm Burney, E. Gene Gifford. Curtil Allen Barr, Jr., Jomet Johnion Bell, Jerome Milton McChnttion. Ftffh low Charlei Melvm Hilt, Gerald Bnlton Parnell. Ned Coy Butler. Kenny Doyle Bronam. Michael Charlei Bailer. IB, Page S3} AIR FORCE R.O.T.C, SQUADRON THREE Front Row.- Eva Gayle Maxey, Samuel Bruner Norton, Glen Porter Doss. Second Row.- Darryl Dean Otto, Morris Gene Elliott, Paul Paris Gilbert, Andrew Thomas Barrett, III , Brian Peyton Hanson, Daniel Vincent Flatten, Patrick Edward Crane, Robert Joseph Windmeyer, William Darden McFarlin, Charles Richard Reeder, Olen Ulesus Underwood, John Bryan Quisenberry, Johnny Mack Kimbrow, Herbert Weigl, Jr. Third Row. Stephen Charles Gerdes, Dennis Michael Giuffre, Lane Frank Harris, Dennis Norman Kraft, John Rowland Cook, George Edward Clark, James Rodney Thomas, Stanley Edwin Latmon, Jack Beverly Jones, Jr., Joe Jim Silhauy, James Roy Holcomb, Dana Cooke LaGrone, Fourth Row: Russell Eugene Burns, Henry Farrar Bentley, Richard Fredrick Costello, Robert Neal Garrett, Roland Chris Baldwin, William Burt Pittenger, John Patrick Hartnett, Walter Louis Janszen, William Hill Pridgen, Thomas Quaite Jones, Frank McKinney, Jr., Ross Boothe, Jr. SQUADRON FOUR Front Row: Delia Mae Henderson, Donald Blaine Steffa, Ralph Mike Yates. Second Row: Emanuel Murry McKinney, Jr., Ted Jefferson Taylor, James Gerald Srygley, Herbert William Henry, Heriberto Francisco Longoria, Jr., Thomas Edwin Allen, Terry Paul Wizig, Stephen Elroy Montgomery, Jr., Carl Alexander Forbrich, Jr., Robert Lee Clark, Homer Garrison, III, Robert Patrick Roy, Arturo Soto, Terry Dale Milne, Alan Neil Curtis. Third Row.- William Henry Mayer, Jr., Joseph Wallace Croft, Jr., James Barry Warner, Alfred Belmarez, Daniel Ray Atwood, Wilber Ray Seidel, Jr., James Edward Desha, William Frank Ermel, Marshal Roy Wilke, Milton Stanford Mosk, John William Grosse, John Daniel Marburger. Fourth Row.- Robert Lyndon Veltman, Ronald Clyde Richards, John Frank Kleker, Jr., Frank Clemens Riha, J. W. Fred Smith, Herbert Bernard Toby, Robert Charles Lee Robertson, Charles Stanley Speed, Robert Wayne McGuffee, Jr., Paul David Cameron, James Everett Anglin, Nobte Horace Dunson, Jr., David Franklin Chappell, Menton Joseph Murray. Page 523 AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. SPONSORS Imft to fight Honorary Codl Colon ! Phylhi Mori Koitn Group Staff. Honorary Cad ! Major DMo Mo Htndtnon, Squadron IV; Honofary Cod l Major Ann EMtn Armstrong, Squadron II; Honorary Cadet Major Su1l n Sper, Squadron I; Honorary Coder Moior Judy Kay Bolond, O ' ong Wingi; Honorary Cod t Major Eva Goylt Mo y Squadron III. Pogt 574 ANGEL FLIGHT OFFICERS Commander PHYLLIS MARIE KAZEN Executive Officer ANN ELLEN ARMSTRONG Operations Officer DELLA MAE HENDERSON Administrative Senior Officer JUDY KAY BOLAND Comptroller SUELLEN SIMS SPEER Information Officer. . EVA GAYLE MAXEY Ann Ellen Armstrong Judy Kay Boland Carolyn Joyce Dodd Sandra Kay Ehlers D. Janelle Greenwood Delia Mae Henderson Barbara Anne Kazen MEMBERS Phyllis Marie Kazen Barbara Elaine Marshall Eva Gayle Maxey Carolyn Cay McCleary Donna Sue Nelson Nancy Jane Nelson Anne Lawton Nevitt Renna Gail Norris Erminia Pinina Norrod Barbara Kylene Perry Bonnie Jane Richards Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Suellen Sims Speer Marte Sumners Front Row-. B. Kazen, Schlegel, McCleary, Greenwood, Norrod, Ehlers, D. Nelson. Second Row: Henderson, Boland, P. Kazen, Speer, Armstrong, Maxey. Third Row: Sumners, Dodd, Norm, Richards, N. Nelson, Perry, Marshall. Page 525 INDEX Nome Abbo. Abbott, Abbott. ' Jacques K Jr.. Frank Mulk.y Mary Elizabeth p 9 " 4; 246, 41o 457 406 108. 31 ' 4 ' 8 498 498 127 . Abbot. Mary Phyllis Abbott, Patrick Keating Abbott, William Henry Abden, Adnan Abdul-Hadi, Aim Abdullot.f. Abdulmoty Abel. Nancy C Abel, Nancy Crockett Abel, Robert William ............ 486 Abernathy. Louis Courtney ..... 453 Abib, Osmor .................. 47t Abies Donald Joseph .. .108, 439, 466 Abies. Richard Frank ........ 146, 469 Abraham. Mary Yvonne ........ Abroms. Judith Elaine .......... Abrams, Morilyn Joyce ............ ' 08. 245. 248. 397 Abromson. Beverly Ann ........ 108. 383 Abston Donald Wrighl Acacio .................... ' 02, A Coppello Choir Acker. John Wayne .......... 80. Acker. Leo Morris .......... 144, Acuna, Arturo . . . . Adoir, Joseph Bryan 444 403 480 1 48 468 , Adoir. Robert Sterling ............ 473 Humberto ............ 338. 340 Adame Adams, Alice E Adams, Adams, 80, 193, 255. 364. 400 Ann ............ 145, 261, 478 Arthur Wesley ............ 41, 161. 330. 332, 335, 346, 418 Adams, Billy. Joyce ......... 94, 2 ' Adams. Carol . ..108, 127. 385 Adams, Carolyn LoWoyne ......... Adams, Dotty Adorns, Edwin W.lliam, Jr ......... 108 Adorns, Elizabeth Ann. ........ 108, 369 Adams, I ................. Adorns. Frederick Joseph ...... John, .......... 277, 5 Ar.m .......... 108, 389 . Margaret Ann ............. -41 Adams, Marilyn Jun. Adams, Mary Koy Adam,, Prisc.lla E,a,n. ...... Quin.lyn lee Robert Phillip Adams, Adams, Adams. Adams. Adorns, Adorns. Adorns. Adams, Adams. 275 .41. 108 367 490 290 426 422 283 268 148 502 329 41. Alexonder, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Rosemary 504 Susan Elizabeth 134. 362 Scott 431 William T ...SH Adams. Z.llo Kalherine 108. 369 Adcock, Bernard Allen 4 Addington, Al.c. Tomm 80, 351, 514 Add.son, Carl Irving Addison, William CorUr 451 Adelebe, Dovid Ayoole ,-,- Adelmon, Cathy In 127, Adelmon, Donn Leigh Adey, Shirley Adk.ns, Bert Bently, Jr 132. Adkins, Grant Arnold 80, 245, Adkins. James Andrew Adkins. lieu.r Rog.r 262, 263 Adkins. William Goston 467, 500 Adl.ta. ChorlM Adl.ta. Thomas loff.rry 80, 428, 513 Administration 21-34 Adoue. Norman Dumbl. 108, 447 Adv.rl.sing - Aebi, Fr) W 4. 418 Ag... D.leese ' 08, 2 Agerlid. Catharine Elisabeth Agorastos, Constantin. Michael Aguilar, Roman, III Aguirre, Felix Aguren. Gory D 139. 143. 243. 246. 473 Aguren. Wayne Fredric 80, 251. 473 Ahmed. Ahmd 4 ' 8 Ahmedi, Wasel A. .man. W. M A.r force I.O.T.C 520-525 Aiton, Mary Elaine 484 Ajroush. Hamad 498 Akers, Jerry Wayne Akers William D . Akin. Jam,, H 139, 143. 473 Akin. Susan Burns 41, 145 Ak.yoma. Shigeru 38. 2 Akrawi. Josephine 498 Aksoy, Ayhon 4 72 Saod 4 " Alami, Zuheir Yous 130. 143, 498 Alonis. Rene Everardo 471 Albers Carl Clorenc. ....140, 151. 152 Alb.rt. Barbara Elain. 94. 368 Albert. Dovid Joy ' 53. 405 Albert. Sharon Albin. Ph. lip James .... 450 Albrecht. Mary Ann 108. 268. 385 Albrecht. Patsy Ann 108. 363 470 394 108 94. Nome ' ogel Albnght. Charles Benton. Jr 487 Alderson, Curtis Jackson 427, C. Ann 484 Aldnch, Henry Carl Aldrick. Frank Thatcher 486. 522 Aleisandra. Erin Mori. 108, 251. 273. 381 Alexander, Drury Blokeley 144 Alexander, Helen Eugenia 94, 376 Alexonder, James Harvey 94 Alexonder. Joyn. 108, 185. 395 Alexonder, Jerry M 478 Joy loZ.II 108 Lawrence Norborn 41 126, 438 Leonardme 41 Lynn Ann 80. 157, 388, 474 Alexander. Martha Jean 80, 384 Alexander. Robert Dovid Alexander, Sara Alexander, Tommy Bert Allord. Daryl Roy 153, 285. 480 Allord, lee 299 Alhorthy, Hussin Mohsin 498 Alhowos. Hamad 498 Allogo. Ubtrtlno M 281, 471 Alisso, Sulimon 498 AI-Kodi, Selemon A 498 Alkek, David 41 Allan. Vera 4 ' 4 Allbntton. Mary Nell 80. 247, 268, 362 All Campus Advisors 264 Allday. Charles Edgar 490 Alld.edge, Larry Allemon, Deanna 94, 149. 251. 385 Allen. Barbara Jeon 94, 375 Allen, Corolyn Sag. 41, 135. 193. 390, 476 Allen. Chester lee 450 Allen. Clyde Clifton 41 Allen. Don Ray 346 Allen. Herbert C 507 Allen. James Paul 148, 312 Allen, Jonette Erwin 253. 270. 363 Allen, Joan 27. 377 Allen, Judy Beth Allen. Leila Louis. Allen. Lucy Page Allen, Morilyn Edith 178, 183. Allen. Mary Ann 155, Allen, Raymond Best 143. 277, 470 All.n, Richard Wayne ....108, 419, 516 Allen, Robert Charlw 80, 410 Allen. Ronald Calvin 41. 522 Allen. Ronald Gen. 436, 466 Allen, Thomas Edwin 523 Allen, Tim 80, 330. 424 Allen, Virginia 94, 378 Allen, William Aaron 148 Allen, William Frank 108, 512 Allen, William In 41 Allison, Ann 80, 395 Allison, Camille Marl. 253, 363 Allison, Carlos Joy 108 Allison, George Edward 108, 415 Allison, Jim Choyce 322. 324. 325, 346, 406 Allison, Judy I.. 376 Allison. Nancy Shannon Allison. Samuel Edward 80, 422 Allison, William Thomas, II 246. 432 Allison, Wilmer lawson 338, 344. 415 Allmon. Linda Anya 80, 261, 387 Allred, John B - Allred, Ann 108, 37 Allred, Judith Janice Allred, Maurice 1 34, Allsek, David S Allsup, Harvey C Allums. Dav,d George - , 5)0 ....276. 490 ...314. 316. 318, 320, 346 289 498 . 349, 362. 363 Norn. Alston, Roy Dean Alsup. James Alton, 365 394 484 394 390 131. J. Alsw.lem, Al. Altgelt, Ernest Althous. Robert Harold Altmon. Stephen Monroe Altsuler, Arnold Kent . . . Allwe.n, Diane Mori. Alverson. Don Carl Alves, Diana Jean Allwright. Judith Elaine Almanza. Alberto Co-op onsour Almefris, Aloholy. Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Sigmo Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Sigmo Alpha Epsi ' on Delta Alpha Epti ' on Phi . Alpha Epsifon Pi . Alpha Gommc Delia Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha lambda Delta Alpha Omicron Alpha Phi Alpha Phi Omega . Alpha Tau Omega . . Also). Soleh Alsheikh. Abdulrohmon Alsouli. Sulimon Alspough. Ralph WiHiomspn Jr 41. 148. 277. 480. 500 498 III 340 .470 108 108. 338. 449 . . . . 267 147 ___ 41 James Eugene 108. 445 Alvis l.ndo 264, 273, 279 Alvis, Mielilo Elizabeth n 80 Amocker, Jeanne R.chey 395 482 Amocker, John Hart 108, 427 Amaimo, Janice Ann 108 Ambriz, Jr.. Rudolph Francis 449 Amen! Robert Stanley 338. 344, 345, 346 Association of Architectural 466 American Finance Association 467 American Institute of Architects 448 American Institute of Chnical Enginers 469 American Ins ' llule of Electrical Engineers 470 Institute of Radio Engineers 470 American Institute of Mining and Metal- lurgical Engineers 471 Andrews, Andrews, Andrews Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, 388 431 126 473 91. 348, 349, 364. American Engineers 146 364 147 126 367 Pages David Stewart 459 Delores Ann Dormitory 244, 267 John Cannon 414 Kenneth Newt 153. 159 Leon 8 515 Nancy Etto 94. 244. 274. 378 Andrews. Robert lee Andrus Kalherine Vemo 273. 31 Andujor. Betty Jo 94. 31 Angel. Carlos Alfonso 470 Angel. Don.lo 38. 143. 471 Angel. Donna Helen Angel Flight Anglin. James Evrit 5- Angly. Mouric.. Jr 410 Ankenmon, Fred Norman 404 Ankenman, lyndal lone 108. 157. 379. 483 Annajo. Abdullah Ansley. Annobell. St vi Ansl.y. Williom Fr.d Anton. Bennett Stonier 44 ' Anzelmo. Som. Jr " 1 Apel, Alberto Ann - " 1 Apolon. Rose Lillian Appell. Linda Koy ' 08, 3 Appelt. Judy Ann PorUr : " " 5 Appenbnnk. Betty Su ' 08, 2, Apple, Horold Forrest. Jr 137, 1! Appleboum. Roch.lle May. ....396, 484 American Soci.ty of Civil Enginnrs 472 XppUlon. Gordon Sootl 312 American Society of Mechanical Enginnrs Aroo., Philip Mauric. Americut, Jorge ........ Amermon, Cora Louise ............ 394 Amerman, Jock Almeron, Jr ..... 108, 451 Ames, Elizabeth Dianne .......... 246. 362, 501 Ames. Linda Marie ...... 245. 273, 499 Amey, Janis ...................... 369 Amici, Morilu .................. 488 Amis, Maureen ............ . ....... 247 Ammonn, Leslie G Ammons, Lelond Irwin . . . Ammons. Williom Howard Amsleod. Billy Howard .. 382, 41. 80. Amster, Stephanie Hermino Amster, Susan Frederica . Anders, Donald Robert . . . Anders. Francis Glenn. Jr. Andersen, R. Clifton 129. Anderson, Allen H Anderson, Andrew George, Jr. Anderson, Annette 470 108. 512 522 139, 247, 257 382 400 452 153 254 140 409, 517 .342 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson Arnold Raymond, Jr. Bonnie Jean Carleton Edward . Clarence Eugene . . . ... 108 94 514 41, 133, 449 Anderson, Clifford Ernest, Jr 452 Anderson, Connie Marie 41 Anderson, Douglas Kroulik 454 Anderson. Edwin McCullough 94 Anderson. Ethelynn Dawn 94. 244. 252. 378 Garland Sadler, Jr 94 George Andrew 514 Gilbert Philip 512 Helen Claire 108 Henry George 41 , 294, 299, 300, 344. 450 Anderson, Hershel M 128. 129 Anderson Homer Allen : 80, 151, 489 Anderson, James Vincent Anderson, John Charles Anderson, Judith Ann Anderson, Judy Claric. 108. 377 Judy Elizobth 94 lorry Vane. 41 Richard 517 In 94. 473. 519 Mary Ellen 80 Merlin Joan 108, 253. 381 Anderson, Miles C 420 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson. Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Nancy E. . Anderson, Nancy Jeonn. 354, 404. 405 348, 349 370. 371 127 P, 372-373 350. 374, 375 153 406. 407 498 498 498 41. Anderson, Norma Jeon Anderson, Owen Wade Anderson, Paul Monroe . . Anderson. Royburn Luther Anderson, Robbln Colyer . Anderson. Robert John ... Anderson. Robert Lynn . . . Anderson, Robert Warren Anderson, Ronald Glenn Anderson. Sandra Gayl. . . Anderson. Sharon lee . . . Anderson. Thomas Emerson Anderson. Thomas Richard Anderson. Williom Dovid Anderson. William In Anderson. Williom Woodrow Andreoson. Doris Elaine Andres. Dovid Hardy 444 435 312 402 Aroge, Philip Araiza, Richard Edward Arbingosl, Stanley A 257, Archer. Joseph Fletch.r 244. Archer, William Thomas, Jr. Ard. Horold Donald Ard, Ros. Mary 108. 273. 3 Arif Mohammed llham 498 Arinon. Mohamad Arldt. Mary Lou Arledge, Robert Don ... Armistead. B.lty Roy 94, 364 Armstrong, Ann E1l.n 186, 247, 378, 400, 522, 524. 525 Armstrong, Barbara Ann Armstrong, Burton Wilmol, III Armstrong, Armstrong, Don Lewis Elizabeth Ann Armstrong, Frank ...41 Armstrong, Morlh Rebecca Armstrong, Michael Keith 94, 410 434 80. 140, 150 254. 471 . . .41, 344 92. 244, 247. 409 Army ROTC 504-514 Jerry Dole Arnelte, Joy Hoyland ....161, 344, 432 Arnette, Robert Evons lOB. Arnim. Corolyn M Arno, Howard Michael 124, 432 Arno, James Anthony Arnold Air Society Arnold. Charles S Arnold, Harley Thomas Arnold. James Chester. Jr 462 Arnold. John Robert Arnold. Samuel Jockson Arnold. Sara Mo. ' 08. 3: Arocha. Robrto F 41, 5 Aronoff Gail Morgor.l 108, 2 Arredondo, Maria No.lia Arthur. Tom I Arzogo, Eulal.o. Jr 108. 281. S3 Ash. Dovid lloyd Ash. W.ldon lloyd Ashbl literary Society Ashburne. Jim G ' 28. 1, Ashby. Lynn C 257, 262, 263 In ' 37 , Ml ....94, 432. 512 Ann 4 R .449, 498 48 Roy 469 Ashcraft. Thomas Ashcroft, Enos I. Ashlord. Cynthia Ashgor. Soud A. Ashkar. Abdulla Ashley, Donald 375 108, 251 . 274 129 462 ..41. 458 408 ...137. 427 .463. 512 ...108, 415 ..470. 483 288 .94, 127. 386 ....127. 380 80 80. 277, 418. 470 135 451, 449 253 80 94. 440 Kolpn Williamson - ' , . 322, 324. 325. 328. 344, 422. 483 Andrei. Jo. Francis 502 127 399 291 273 .80, 183. 342 442 498 .80. 442 455 1 0. 183. 264. 274 108. 274 345. 490 ' . 493 Athens. Vivien " ?93 347 Atk,ns ' C1 Burr.UDwo,n ....108. 338. 340 Atkins, Howard Iwli. Atkinson, H.rsch.11 It . Atkinson. Lawrence Fred Atkinson. William Thome Atlas. Louis Marvin . . Arwood. Doni.l Roy Ashl.y. Jon. Aihley, Nancy Jon. Ashmore, l.or I . . Ashorn, D.lores Ann Ashton, Sharon lee Askew. Betty Louise Askew. Hubert Carl Assir. Yousseb Nairn Aston, James Carroll Aston, John Richard Aston, Mary Jon. Aston. Patricia Ruth 432 408 402 523 Pag. 524 Scarbrough ' s salutes its twelve " Private Eyes on Campus " . . . our College Board of fashion sleuths for 1960-61 who lead us through another year of UT activities. We made new friends, renewed old acquaintances, and continued to do our best to see that the newest fashion and accessory trends were here for your selection. Page 527 SCARBROUGH ' S COLLEGE BOARD Top row: Ruth Ann Bray Pam King Martha Russell Middle row: Judee Arnold Mabel Weigel Linda Steinhauser Arlene Fox Bottom row: Candy Gray Marilyn Rouse Karie Lazarus Louise Houston Anne Cooper CONGRESS AT SIXTH, DOWNTOWN Nome Aucotn, Anne Mane . . . Auguihne, Robert I. . . ..80. 398, ages 474 137 428 275 504 259 483 41. 474 388 131 152 395 20 490 80 244 484 451 .41 . 94 .510 .151 498 .134 .514 386 281 137 Nome Pooei A-J 446 413 80 447 523 Baldwin Frank Lee Jr Autt, Jennie Carolyn . . . Austin, Edward Wallace Austin, Elizabeth Annt Austin, Judy Autlm Mary Bond 108. 94, . 94, 389, 390. Baldwin, Jesse Jordan, Jr. ... Baldwin. Robert Basil 108, Balentme, Rodney Frank .... Boll, Jock Johnson 108, 147 411 490 381 384 422 279 452 404 472 373 94. 469 .473 473 .432 94. 494 388 470 424 .425 269 384 275 277 276 469 522 80, 384 373 .475 498 80 .390 408 Austin, Mary Michael 135 Ball Lynda Marie 267, .150, 766 Bollard. Alice Elizabeth Bollard. James lipscomb, III Bollard Maude Auhon, John Autrey, Cecil Curlin . . ..108 140. 252. ..94 483, 42 Avanl, John G Avero, Jamei Key, Jr. Avery, Charlei Needham Avery, Fred Harold Avery, Roy Daniel . . . Averyl, Will. am Bennef, Jr. ' . ' . 108. Balshaw, Norma Jean ..-.108, Bollhrop, Granville Harold . . Bolusek, Delmer Edward .... 261, 411. . ' 42. Bonock, Emerson. Jr Awonession. Robert Paul Aycock, Dorothy Fehlii Ayers, Harvard Glenn Bancroft. Barbara Jean 269 Bone, Diane . 490, .94, Banegas, Arturo Humberto Bonkhead, Charles Herbert . . . Bankheod, Ronald Mayson . . Bonks. Elizabeth Gertrude ... Bonks, Julia Anna .346, .94. .94, 108, Ay en, Richard Douglas Aytrs, Robert Clayton, It. .. 134 Ayres, Clarence Edwin 129, 453 379 Banks, Ralph Keith Ayrej, Gilbert Haven Banks. Sue Ann 108, 108 374 153 373 422 .143. 467 ..20 Bonkston, Thomas Arthur .... Acadian, Bette Jon 94, B Boode, Henry Howard, Jr. ... Rood , Laura lee 94. 264, 108, 268. 420, 246, 108, Bannister, Zara Rayburn Babb, Gory Alan Babbitt, Milton F Bobcock, John Robert .,94, P ' p n Bab-one, Barbara Lou . .183, 372 108 158. 516 108 365 459 .129 396 .375 Barber, Tom Newcomb Borbisch, Joseph William, Jr. .. ' . ' .94, 458 246 509 143 344 346 272 511 ..20 414 .42 .458 426 269 522 42. 516 252 .94 130 387 469 143 363 503 421 376 386 268 386 480 466 267 470 450 374 151 508 255 424 80. 380 484 108 128 426 522 42 512 488 523 .135 388 497 458 422 342 157. 508 281 473 500 419 469 268 434 Bochofert, Andrew Will, a Bacon, Kenneth Terry . , 141, ..108 251. 139, Barden, Brenda Sue Barden. James Eorle ....161, 183, 244, 183. Bardwell, Charles Moore .422, Badgett, Mary Frances . 250 498 375 141 108. 433 94 469 498 394 34 ..34 Borfoot, John Wayne Bargoi, Angelina Uriegas Barge, Thomas Murray Borger, John Wheeler ..42, . ' 252, ' Baeshin, Abdul Kader Boethe, Jane Anne Baethe. Louis F. J Bagby, Richard Stephen 127, ..35. .108, 244, Barker. Barrett Harrison Barker, Benjamin Clyde, Jr. . . 131, 143 Barker, Campbell Brooks, II . Barker, Samuel Timothy Barker, W.lliam Earl 252, , 470, .108, Baggelt, Patrick Edward Bailey, Bishop Bailey, Charles William Bailey. Duryl Middleton Bailey, Eddie Bailey, Edgar Daniel . . . Bailey, James Rollins . . Bailey, Janet Leigh ... Bailey, Joe Murray ... Bailey, John Wesley . . Bailey, Joseph Kenneth . .454 . . .94, 420. 143, 274, 108. .80. .129, 130 .252 512 470 363 423 422 295 484 500 483 342 344 137 155. 279 454 381 444 389 248 108 148 324 474 512 108. 483 135 349 395 411 387 499 450 .33 500 424 251 365 490 431 270 108 Bortidale, Robert Morion 131, 108. 80 Barnard, lorry Gordon Barnard, Phyllis Ann Barnebey, Linda Lee 108, 80, 94 42 Bailey Luther Lee 129. 189 Barnes, John Littleton 430, 42, Bailey. Martha Grace . Bailey Mary Linda Barnes, Walter Nelson, Jr. .. Bailey, Nancy 41 Bailey Philip S Barnett, Barbara Irene Bornett, David Eugene Barnett, Don Michael 42, .42. ' 79 Bailey, Rolinda Deane . Bailey, Thomas Walter Bailey, Virginia Mary . . Bailey. Joseph ..108, us. 80, 274, 274 108. 346. 127. 264 ..41, 273, .141, 252, 108. 94. 322. 398, 10B, . 343 80. 251. 108. 108. 390. 94. 43. 270, 108. Barnett Mrs J L Barnett, Sandra Jean Bom, Barbara Rue .... Bain, Bobby Loster . . Bain. Herschel Eugene . Bain. Jerry Ed Bome. B.ll.e Lynn 42. Barnes. Robert Roy. Jr. Baird, Bonnie Beth - . Boird. Jimmy lee Boird, Mary lou ...... Baird, Tamaro lyn . . Baird. Thomas Morgan Baity. Carolie Ann Baker. Barbara Lynn . Baker. Brook Alan Baker, Hmes H Baker. James Edwin .... Baker. Malcolm G . Baker. Martha Cothey . Baker. Mary Martha 252 Baron, Judith Rosalynd. .94, 246 Boron, Yvonne Valeria . . .273, . 349. , 369, 274. Borr, Cheiter Alwyn Barr Curtii Allen, Jr Borr, John Monroe Borr, Peter Charles Borrero, Martin, III Barrett, Andrew Thomas, 1 1 1 Barrett, Carat Elizabeth 108. 263. 483, 94 94 Barrier, Dono Lou Barren Edward Ralph 313, 338 Borron. Mur.llo Manuel, Jr. . . . 419. Baker. Ora Rofelle Baker, Penny Lomoine Baker, Susan Read Bonolou, Joseph Rene, til , . , .108, 127 Borth, Brenda Non 80, Bartlett, Donald Aaron . 150, Bakri. Falhul Arifin . Norn Boftletl, Jomes Andrews . . Bortlett. John Griswold Bortlett, Undo Ann Barton. David Deryl Barton, tor Allen V t . 299. Barton. Richard Sounders Barton, William Andrew Bartoih. Geraldine Virginia . . Bartosh, Ronald Jerome .... o,ebo l Boiham, Jamci Donald . oi.efbo J Basore. Let Ray 6o. George Turner. Jr. Ban, Milton Jamei Bait. Robert Lee. Ill Bon. Sydney Jane Bo, Tommy Howard . . Bosselli, Robert Dolton Bassist, Phyllis Ann . . 245 Baiyouni, Mohomed Sied .... Batcha, Joseph Patrick, Jr. . . Bates, Alvin Ray Bates, Beverly Ann 42, Bates, Dave Bates, Jimmy David Bales, Mary Margaret Bates, Peggy Ann Botres, Roberto Edmunda . Bottaglia, Mary Jo Bolls, Martha Elizabeth Boty. Donald Eugene Bauch, Garland Thomas .... Baucum. Joe Edward Bauder, Billy Collins Boughmon, Roy Lee Boughn, William Hubert Baum, Alan Carl Bourn, Stuart Frost ., .108, Baum, Yvonne Ray Baumann, Alto Lee Baumann, Mappy Edward .... Bourmten, Viclti Ellen ....109, Bauscher, Margaret Jane Baxter, Catharine Dallas Baxter. Doryl Dee Baxter, Kenneth Eugene . Boygenl, Volda Lucile . . . Baylesi. Charles Frederick its Poges 80. 432 14B .42. 344 473 303. 344 .131, 143 148 435 .94. 249 . .42. 473 ..330-337 80. 442 . . 314-320 153 312. 522 .94. 433 281 42. 384 42. . 143. 470 521 108, 252. 367 498 ... 455 42. 128 155, 378 .. 513 .94, 503 .178. 183 24B 134 291 108 408 38, 495 80 144 94 .29. 129 312. 429 134. 405 108 ... 291 134 252, 347 109. 379. 501 109, . 399, 484 148 454 375 338, 433. 509 Boylor, Claustine Kendall 273 Boyne, Thomas L 80, 490 Beachy, Morris Joy 480 Beoird. Bellie Alicia 80. 275, 349 Beol. Barbara Kay 390 Beall, Betty Sue 94 384 Beoll, Edith Ellen 251. 398 Beaman, Lorry J 435 Bean, Julie Elizabeth 109, 399 Bean, Richard Alan 450 Beard, Anne Elizabeth 398 Beard, David Joseph 251 Beard, Donald Wyalt 346 Beard, Jomes Key 282, 470 Beard, John Harris 42. 437 Beard, Lewis Allen 80 Beard. Nancy Dee 109. 275, 483 Bearden, Joe H 94, 490 Beasley, Sarah Jane 94 Beottie, Meredith Leroy Beolty, Carolyn Ann 109, Beotty, Cherry Lou Beatty, Thomas B Beaty, Douglas Lynn .... Beaty, Martin Earl Beaty. Rodney Owen Beouchomp, Sarah Jane Beauchamp, William Bryan Beaulieu, Margaret A. . . Beavers, Gordon Bechlol, Jay Currie Beck. Charlei Wesley. II Beckelman, Don Edward . Seckelman, Irene Ann . . BecVer, Alice Ann Becker, Charlotte Pauline 109, 399 470 251 480 284 109 .338, 342. 346 497 80 . .109. 403 80. 266, 278 338. 342. 346 312. 431 470 .80, 153, 436 80 80. 384 80. 246. 376 483 109. 127. 385 109, 274 109, Becker, Cindy Becker. Elisabeth Alice . Becker, Kotherine Louise Becker, Richard Arthur . . . Beckhom. Robert Sidney . Beckley. Sharon Beckmon. Alfred Bedenbaugh. John Holcombe Bedford. Madeleine Alann Bednarski. Fred. Jr Bill . Beeler, Janie Mayes Beeler. Lynn Sondol . Beeler, Richard Allen Beeley. Robert Alfred 80. 500 Beene, Roy Bob 94 Beer. Don Richard 458 Beer. Michelle Robin (0 Beesley, Judith Mansell 496 415 109 385 446 137 42, 390 346 299 501 .280. 283, 509 .414 Name Pooei Beeson. Richard Reagan 321 Beetle. George Richard 244 Begeman. Myron Louis ....139. 143. 295 Begg. William James 244 Behrens. Alv.n Joe 42, 414, 500 Behrens. Ben Farrell 94. 281. 495 Behrens, John Almond 80. 281 Beiber, Sharon Frances 109 274 Be. del. John Michael 359, 516 Beinhorn. Alan S 454 516 Belcher, Thomas Franklin 330. 332 333. 346 Belknap. Carol Leigh 80, 245 380 Bell. Alfred Alexander Graham 109 Bell. Alice Virginia 109, 391 Bell. An, la Louise 109. 252, 273. 395. 483 Bell. Charles Kenneth, Jr 42, 404 Bell. Charlotte Ann 109, 273. 375 Bell. David Bruce 80. 244. 418 Bell. David Edmund 141 Bell. Donald Wayne ... Bell. Edwin Gilbert .. Bell, Francis Folsom, Jr. Bell. Gerald Lynn . . . Bell, Henry Newton. Ill . .42, 444, 449 455 109, 337, 423 42. 471 94, 455. 514 .42. 143. 514 449, 522 433 141. 418 Bell. James Howard . . . Bell, James Johnson . . . Bell. Joy Stephen . Bell. John Laurence . . . Bell, lorno Pearl 381. 485 Bell. Malcolm Jamet, Jr 94, 422 Bell, Robert Austin 131 Bell, Ton, 241. 262, 263 Bell. Wilson Collom 463 Bellamy, Patrick C 414 Bellas. Jack Frank 151 Bellows. Richard Frederick 94.422 Belmorez, Alfred 523 Belt, George Donald 245, 433 Belz, Saul Charles 441 Benavides, Elinore Ferol ... 80, 384, 499 Benbow, Karen Elizabeth 42 246 Benbow. Mary Susan 80. 150 Benbrook, James Robert 42, 135 Benedict. Dottie Georgenna ....109, 273 Benler, Betty Lou 501 Bengel. William Oafford. Jr 109 Benitez, Armando R 470 Benjamin. Marshall E 448. 447 Benn, Sherry Virginia 94, 183, 247, 378, 400, 477 Bennett, Baylus Earl 322. 324, 327. 344, 432 Bennett, Belle Elaine 109, 252 Bennett, Dean Paul 140, 152 Bennett. Donald John 94. 434 Bennett, Earl Dean 128 Bennett, John Gordon 109 Bennett. Judith Ann 109, 387 Bennett. Jud.lh Claire 109. 377 Bennett. Kothlene Nelson 94. 342 Bennett, Morris Wayne 109 Bennett, Natalie Elizabeth 364 Benson, Dona Dee 109. 252. 367 Benson. Gerald Wayne 404 Benson, Jacquelyn Ann 364 Benson, Jean Elizabeth 368 Benson, Leonard R 139. 143 Benson, Patricia L. Curry ..483 Benson, Phillip Foster 94. 418 Bentley, Henry Farrar 523 Benlley, Kenneth Reed 452 Benton Carolyn Kathryn 109. 127. 349, 381, 481. Benyon. Frank Priour 109 Beron, Gory Lynn 94 Bercu. Steven loyd 246. 441 Berg. Marie Elaine 495 Berg. Sigrid Siev 482 Bergel, Sydney Kay 367 Bergen. James Thomas. Ill 443 Bergen, Lorry 299 Bergen, Lawrence 296 Berger. Joel Stewart 457 Berger. Linda Helene 109. 127, 397 Bergquist, Karen Arloa 94, 374 Berkman. Larry Herbert 456. 464 Berkman. la Trelle 109. 39S Berkovsky. Robert Anton 80 Berly. James Frank, III 94. 415 Berman. Neil Sheldon 133 Bermann, Mark William 254. 457. 511 Bermont. Judith Ann 109, 3 Bernhord, Gary Charles 433 Bernstein. Barbara Carrye . 80. 346 Berry. Candida Kay 384. 499 Berry. Charles Redmon ... 34 Berry. Dorothy Eleanor 109. 375. 4tl Berry, Genevieve Jean 342 Berry. James Malcolm . 94 Berry. Ronald lewis 38 Berry, Steve lee 425 Berry, William Larkin 470 Berrymon, Mary Binyon 275. 501 Bertheloi. Paula Louise 390 Bertrond. Charles David 462. 500 Besselmon. James Arthur 312, 451 Best. Jesse Edison 485 Best. Ronald Wayne 785. 486 Beta Alpha Pi, 128 Beta Gamma Sigma 1 29 Page 528 The Opportunity Frontier OF TEXAS There ' s opportunity for you in the Opportunity Frontier of Texas. The steady growth of this area in popu- lation, in industry, in commercial activity opens up new job possibili- ties, new business opportunities, new fields in which to grow with a grow- ing area. One goal of Texas Electric Service Company, which serves much of the Opportunity Frontier, is to help promote the continued growth of the area, while providing plenty of dependable, low-cost elec- tric power for continued progress. TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Dependable Electric Service A Partner in Area Growth Lawrence Parr and wife, Barbara, shown shopping for their daily grocery needs at one of the friendly KASH-KARRY stores near the University Campus. KASH-KARRY GROCERY 3035 SUADALUPE 2401 SAN GABRIEL Page 529 Nome Pagei Befo Jhtla Pi 284, 354, 408, 409 Bethea, William Lamar 330. 332. 335. 346 Bethel, Judith Ann 385 Bettell, Barbara Ann 364 Bertell. Linda Jean 94. 83. 253. 364 Belleriworth, Linda 94, 253, 375 Settle, George Richard 94, 161. 247. 517 Settle. Jamei F 470 Betti, Barbara Co e 42 Betti, Charlei Adolph 430 Beulor. Evelyn Elsie 394 Bevill, Tommy Roy 415 Beyer. Joieph F 261 Beyelte, Thoma Kent .42 Benyon. Eugene Thomas 42. 133. 137, 143 146 469 Bhogot, Surinder K 472 Bhalrakarn, Tonakarn 38 Bialek, loretta Ann .42, 268 Bible, Dana X .294, 415 Bice, Don Allen .454 Bickham, Lane Arlen 468 Bickley, John Strock 129, 487 Bicknell, Evolyn Antoinette .. . .94, 388 Bidgood, Charles F 466 Biedermonn. David Anthony . . . 153. 470 Bieker. Linda Lucille 80, 154, 374 Bigelow, Grant leroy 158. 346 ,516 517 Bigger, Robert Wood 501 Biggs, Barry Loronce 512 Biggs. Joe Becron 458 Biggs. John Riley 42, 432 Biggs, Robert Allal 432, 514 Biggs, Sara Elizabeth 109, 385 Biggs, William A mbrose 432. 500 Bighorn, Robert Jennings, Jr. . . ..42, 467 Bilger, James Mack .94, 473 Billingsleo, Diane Marie .... 109 Billingsley, James Pershing .... .143 B.llue. Sidney Kent 158. 516 Billups, Susan Lanhom 276. 363 Binghom. Gwen Ann 109, 369 Binion, Jock Russell 80. 410 Bird, Betty Sue 94. 384 Bird. Shirley Ann 247, 250 Birdsall, John Calvin, Jr 469 Birdsong, Bailey Arnold 42, 490 Birdwell, Al Evans 434 Birdwell, Mary Reagan 374 Birge, Potti Amanda 80. 154 390. 474 Birkel, Susan Ann 80, 251, 261, 268 Bixhop, Donald Clinton 430 Bixhop. Thomas Armisteod 80, 410, 411 Bjarre, Odd- Erik 129 Bjork. Jerrold C 129 Blachley. Patricia Ann ..35, 247 Black. Betty 483 Black. ' Byron Allen 247, 263 Black. George Gift 422 Black, James Arthur, Jr .431 Black, James Milton 109 . Black James Paul 42. 146. 469 Black James Sinclair 468 Black. James Wayne 152 Black Miriam Jean 370 Black. Paula Jo 43. 280, 289. 291 Block. Robert Earl 136 Blackard. Don Coleman 43, 153 Blackburn, Bill toy 329 Blackman, Anita Miriam 367 Blackmon. Gretchen Elizabeth 127,291 Blackmore. Commy Ann 291 Blockstack. Harriet L 387 Blackstock. Leo Guy 128. 463 Blair Alvin Feli ' 48 Blair Bobby J 80. 416 Blair Lydio 109. 389 Bla.r. Richard D 490 Blair, Robert Marvin 495 Blair W.lliam Shelton 109, 338. 409 Bloke Mary Rebecca 109. 268. 381 Blake Ronald Orrm 418 Blake Ronald Wayne 408 Blolock. Richard W 34 Blalock. Sammy Eoston 470 Blanch. George C 346 Blount Barbara Jean 95, 376 Blount. Benny Garell 144 Blount Beverly Irene 275 Blosom. Allan P 473 Bludeou, Herbert Leslie 95. 439 lluebennef Belle finalists 178-179 B ' uebonnet Be ' fe Nominees 183 B ueoonnel Belles 168-177 Blumenlritt, Joe Edward 126 Blunk, William David 33, 34. 249 Blye. Judy Carol 184. 185. 270. 387 Blythe. Jackson 43 Board of tegenti 23 Boatman, Edward Murl 143 Boatman, Lawrence Terry 80, 473 Boalner, James Knox 411 Bootright, Carolyn Sue 43 Boatnght. James Richard 95. 126 146, 453 Bobb, Betty Cecile 109. 385, 482 Bock. Bennie Walter, II 252, 455 Nom - Ogei Bock, Jane Louise 366 Boddeker, Gammon Cretin, Jr. 109 437. 508 Sodden, Menlyn Kay 109, 274 Sodden. Nm O ' Brien 80, 153. 509 Bode, Edward Charles .43, 244. 402 Bodloche, Lloyd Henry, Jr. - . 445 Boecker, Carroll W.lliom . . 49 S Boegli, Janet 43, 384. 481 Boehm, Donald Raymond . . . 95 Boehm, Emily Ann ' 5. 393 Boehm. Mary Margaret ..81, 373 Boemer, Eugene Frank 49 Boehner, David Martin 109. 453 Boesch, Thomas Dean 436 Boettcher. A. Schlick 5. 450 Bogort, Carl Daniel 43. 283 Boger, Jamei Allen 81. 511 Boggt, J. Kenneth, Jr 251 Boggj, Jomet E 137 Bogy, Sondra Kay 95, 167. 501 Bohac, Barbara J 43 Bohanan, James Earl .473 Bohonnon, B. E 147 Bohli, Raymond W.lliom, Jr. 470 Bohman, Veronica Francil 377 Bohn, John William 43 Bohon, Charles Leo 461. 510 Boland, Judy Kay 43. 183. 374 475. 480, 524 , 525. 521 Boldin, Ida toil 109 Boldmg, James McCollum 416 Bolger, David Jock 43. 402 Botger, Edward Perry .414 Bolger, W.lliam Robert 4SO Bolm, Bobby Joe 43 Bolm, Perry Norman 483 Bellinger, Jets Bailey, Jr .80, 244 Bolton, Charles Ervin 81 Bolton, Charles Lee, 111 ' . ' .43. 508 Bolton, Christopher Lee 410 Bolton, George Wade .81 Bolton, Mary Margaret .273. 484 Bomrrer, David Robert 43, 516 Bond, Allison Monroe 43, 507 Bond, Jeannine G .149 Bond, Robert A .131 Bonds, Harry Vaughn . 43 Bandies, Catherine Elizabeth . 363. 482 Boner, Charles Paul . 27 Bones, George Eugene, Jr ' . .95 469 Bonham, James Earl 43 Bonin, Bersy 348. 380 Bonme, Michael Edward 109. 153 Bonnell, Judith Marie 95, 268 Bonnell, Mary Elizabeth .... ' . .109, 276 Bonnen, David Carroll 277 Banner, Booker Thomas, Jr. . . 43 Bonner. Jack Edwin 280, 285, 511 Banner, Jack Wilbur, Ml . 43 Bonner, Kay Campbell 183. 388 Bonney, Charles Edward 43 Boone, Don, Jr .407 Boone, Kenard Clay 43. 142 . 144. 468 Boone, Mrs. Kenard Clay 253 Boone, Saundra Loii 399 Boorman, James Albert, III ... 109, 407] 453 Booth, Mrs. H. C .378 Booth, Jeffrey Alan .411 Booth, Nancy Ann 127. 362 Booth, William Kemper 470 Soothe. Ross, Jr . 81 523 Borchers, Robbie Ann Walters .43 Borden, Roland Claude 43 Bordman, Marcia Beth .109, 367 Boren, Ann .43 512 Borgers, Ben Bernard 425 Borglund, Kristin 390 Borkon, Elaine RachelU 382 Borland, James Norris 451, 483 Born, Charles H, (Reverend) . . 485 Born, George Henry 43, 143, 486 Boroughs, R lla June 109. 391 Boriellmo, Paul Don 151 Borup, Charles Harold 436 Boiler, Michael Charles 522 Boifick, Robert Reese 136 Bostwick, Robert O 43. 500 Boswell, George Timothy 445 Boswell, Sand? 478 Botello, Elena Maria ..150, 289. 488 Bouchard, Andre 346 Boudlockt, Lloyd H., Jr. . 489 Boudny, Helen 280. 290 Boudreoux, Karen Diane 109. 273 Boughton, Carol 368 Bouknight, Fay H 515 Bouldin, Richard Tom 43 Bourgeois, Robert Eddie 454 Bourland, Brad 249 Bourne, Elwondo Sue M, 157, 291 Bo wen, Barbara Gene 50. 81 . 266. 279 Bowen, Judith Lynn 109 Rower . Kenneth Ion 462 Bowen, Kristin 353. 274, 365 515 Bowen, Peggy Ann . 25? Bowen, Susan lind .... 126 lowen, Walter Oiailn. Jr. . 43 Nome Bower Arthur Michael A 95 30 1 410 179 Bowers, Bowers, Ella Morcui Helen Joyce . . Solly Virginia .81. 427. 81. 81 472 268 17B Bowie Neil Maclean 509 Bowles 252 259, 364 Bowlin, Bowling, James Hugh . . John Knox. Jr. .95. 481. 81. 483 481 148 41 Bowman Bowman Jon A. , labert Hunt . ...43, 410. 142 464 Nome Pages Bredt. Carl Victor 20. 28. 36. 353 Bredt. Jon 44, Bowman, Walter Clarkson, Jr 468 Bowmer Sally Jo 127 Bownds. Bill W ..38, 417. 475. 514 Bowier. Barbara Ann 378 Box. Edward Donald 81, 402, 470 Boyonton. Earl Brewer, Jr. ....... 4IB Boyd. Darby Ann 252. 398 Boyd, Douglas Arringlon ..81, 147, 410 Boyd. Gory N. Boyd. Michael Leroy Boyd. Reba Suzanne Boyd, Richard Bryant Boyd, Richard Wayne Boyd. Robert Arthur Boyd. Ronnie Dean 95. 148 455 480 148 432 261 38. Boyd, 139, 143. 159, 256 Thornton 136 Boyd, William Richard 109, 423 Boyett, Randall Harold 154, 417, 521 Boykin, Marshall Edward 109, 415 Boyle, John Patrick 109, 435 Boyle, Marilyn Ann 398 Boyle, Thomas Michael 437 Boyt, Patrick Elmer 81 Bozarth. Martha Jeon 109, 127 Braastad, Frederick William 484 Brace, Mary Eleanor 372 Brachman, Deborah Ray 367 Brackenridge, Eloise Wilson 43. 168, 183. 193. 244, 398 Brodfield, Johr, Stephen Bradford, Brooks Gayle Bradley, Freddie Lynn Bradley, Harold L Bradley, James How Bradley, John Brooks Bradley, Judy Elaine Bradley, Shirley Frances Bradley, Steve Justin Bradihaw, Emily Meador Bradshow, Frances Anne Bradshow. Major W Bradshaw, Robert C Brady, Alfred Bernard, Jr. Brady, Carolyn Jeon Brady, James Patrick Brady, Margaret . . Brady, Robert Hall Brady, Samuel David Braeutigam, James Oliver Brainard, Daniel Reed Branam, Kenny Doyle Branch, Charles Wodsworth Branch, Cloir M. Branch, James Powers Branchagen, Margaret Brando, Richard James Brandenberger, Vicki Lee . Brondes, Robert Roy Brandon, Dennis Foster Brandon, William Paul Brandstetter, Jeanne Brandt, Brenda Sue Brandt, Roger Layne Brandt, Terry Jo ... Branhom, William Keith Brannan, James Thomas . . . .44, 256, 470 Brannan, Patricia Eloic 381 Brannon, Martha Lucretio ..266, 39B, 474 Brantley, Betty Sue 81, 267 Brantley, Gladys 26) Brantlty, James La Voy 154, 158. 193, 240, 496. 521 Bronton, Judy 246 Brosfield, Bernard Montgomery .109, 435 Broif.eld, Lyle Albert 285, 510 Brasher, Molly Frances 127, 482 Braswell, Jerry Corwin .109. 337, 421 Bratten, James Hulvty Brotton, Aileen LoVon Braiton, Jimmie Lloyd Broubach, Carl Broucht, Patricia Broun, Bernie Louis Broun, Bobby Lynn Broun, David Harold Broun. Patricia Goyle Bravemon. Phyllis Gayle Bray, Clarence Vaughn Bray, Ruthonn Bray. William Charles Broyshaw, Margaret Ann Brozelton, 330. 332. 334. 346, 424 Brazil. Sarah Leigh 95, 376 Breath. Alfred Autrey 81, 510 Breath, Elizabeth McCutcho 389 Breden, Paul Christian .10f in ....81, 4 2, 485 le .95, 406 in 148 .31 . 443 3rd, Jr. 418 81. 153, 503 349 ices . . . . 290 109, 443 dor ..95, 271, 483 ne 43. 135 503 rover . . . .81 , Jr 43, 126 . 34 . 414 399 .458 . . ' .252, 2 6. 38 424. 473 J " . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' .153 1 iver . . . .277, 417 d .424 2 3, 522 sworth . . .424 .346 .415 t .253 ss 484 lee 109, 261, 273 .450 ir 517 ul 512 .95, 387 348 109 109, 369 th . 44, 454 ' y - 338. 341. 34 . 452 fen 109 d .... 95. 522 44. 128. 244 rennan 44 . ' .. ' -254. ' 500 109 . J46, 481 yle 398 Soyle . ' . ' .274. ' 347 ahn 312. 407 395 lei 500 Ann 249 iward II. 571 Breeding. Clark Walker . Breeding, Donald Jam Breeding, Ernest Coley Breedlove, Mrs Jamei McSKone Brtedlove. W.lltam Davis Breese, Richard Preston 154. 158. Breihan, Bernard Edward Brenon, Walter P Brenner, Felice Moxine 128 500 128 255 452 81. 522 444 23 396 479 Brent, Robert James, Jr Brentlmger. W.Mord Hughes 428 433 445 Bresky, Adelaide Inez Breum, Patricia Ann 501 381 44 184, 380. 499 44 Brewer, Jane Ann Brewer, Patricia Elisabeth Brewster. Beverly Jeon . . Brewster, Bob Burnett Brewster. Sarah Blame Brewfon, Mary Brooks Bnck man Mary Estellt) . 81, 109. 385 490 ' 44 390 386 95. 183, 268. 519 156, 183. 384 38 95, 109, 13 . Bridges, Car ol Ray ... Bridges, James Edwin Bridges. Jarrell M 95, 469 Bridges. Joe Mack 109. 13 . 486 Bridges, Joel Martin 44 Bridges, Lee F.. Ill 424 Br.dwell. Charles Ernest 44. 338. 341, 346, 510 Briggs. George Strickland ..131, 143. 470 Briggs, James David 81 Briggs. Lorry Bateman 109. 407 Briggt, Rambie L Briggs, Robert Connor 147, 408. 511 126 81. 514 Briggs, Robert S . Jr. Brighom, Oron, Jr. Bright, James Robert Bright, John Douglas . . Brim, Roger Edward Brindley, Beverly Anne Brindley, Paul Claunch Brink, Charles Brinkerhoff, Jan Louise Brinkley, Fred Sinclair, Jr. Brinkley, Noel Brent Brinkmann, Bonnie Roe . . Bnnsmade, Carol Ann . . . Brisbois, Judith Lynnt . . . Brisbois, Millard C. ... Brister, Barbara Ruth . . . Britain, Kenneth Robert Brittain, Barbara Lynn Britton, Charles Mark Brood, Tom McMurry Broadus. Zelno Virginia . . Brochstein, Richard Neal Brochstein, Robert Phillip Brock, James Henry Brock, Linda Catherine . Brock, Russell Keith, Jr. Brocket meyer. Kay Louise Brockschmidr. Sally Belle Brohard, Linda Lea II .109. 384. 109, Broncy, Carole Anne . . Bronstad, Maurice Elroy Bronstein, Harriet Brookner, Barbara Claire 131. 139. 143. 470 470 452, 469 109. 453 95 81. 390 430 251 145. 261. 380 151 4 9 289 395 SOI 152 274 435 127 402, 512 516 .95. 371. 475 456 245. 247. 252. 440 44. 147. 406 109 522 81. 424 95, 127. 394 95. 2 6. 269. 380 81 44 382 109. II 1 0. 397 Brooks. Bernard Ervin 81 Brooks. Charles Erskine 44. 408 Brooks. Frances Sue 2 . 3 7 Brooks. Henry Tebbs 434. 478 Brooks, Molly Ann 44. 163 Brooks, Penelope Hale 394 Brooks, Phyllis Anita 109. 383 Brooks. Sam Raymond. Jr 81 Brooks. Sue 274 Brooksoler. Carol Ruth 95 Broom. Martha Roe 95. 481 Brothers. Barbara jo 44 Broughton. Barbara Ann 2 8 Broussord, James Erie 4 9 Broussard, Joel Earl. Jr 44 Browder, Jeanette 278 Browder. Jim Hood 13 Browder, Morvm Wesley 44 Browder. Sandra Kay 109. 27 . 483 Brown Ann Connor 109, 1J7. J5I. 273. 391 Brown. Bette June 95. 501 Brown. Betty Jane 388 Brown, Brenda Jeon 109. 274 Brown, Carolyn 380 Brown, Catherine lee 44, 374 Brawn. Charles Ray 521 Brown. Christy Jo 160, 2 6. 378 Brown, Coy Everett 44, 470 Brown, Donna Gene 109, 381, 484 Page 530 Nome Brown, David Ash Brown, David Paul . . Brown Don Edwin . . . Brown, Dorothy Louise Brown, Dwane Allen . . Edward H. Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Pa.qes 38 44 472 398 ...109, 490 490 Elizabeth Ella 109, 379 Eugene Lee 442 Forrest Carroll 81 Fredrick Samuel 452 Garnett Dowell 81, 391 George Benjamin 511 George James 44 Mrs. G. M 388 Gerald T 470 Glen Vick 414 Herbert E., Colonel 506 Howard E 139 Ivan Ellis, Jr 424, 467 Jack Bethel 38, 135, 157, 161, 243 346 109 ....109, 153, 522 473 ...38, .480, 483 Brown, James Allan Brown, James Arthur Brown, James Crozier Brown, James Travis Brown, Janet Eloise . Brown, Jean William 147 Brown, Jeanne Wray 109, 127, 387 Brown, Jerry Thomas 251 Brown, Jimmy Darrell 314, 316, 317, 319, 346 Brown, Joe Edwin, Jr 262, 263, 502 Brown, John Dewayne 414 Brown, John Hartley 95, 467 Brown, John Timothy 95, 446 Brown, Joseph Irven 490, 521 Brown, Lawrence Edward (Faculty) ..20 Brown, Mabel Ann 95, 374 Brown, Margaret Louise 266, 273 Brown, Marvin Holloman, III 414 Brown, Otto G 139 Brown, Paula 109, 274 Peggy Ann 44, 289, 290 Peggy Frances 398 Richard Burke 135 Richard Malcolm 402 Robert Graves 140, 151 James 95 Talmadge 484 Glen 496 470 Lee 376 Squire Lee 486 Susan 109, 160, 273, 381 B own, Thomas Neil 468 B own, Thomas Orland 81, 143, 146, 469 Lynn 81 Vann 44, 444 Stuart 135 Irwin 458 246, 377 Joan Whitelaw 388, 483 Sharon Elizabeth 109, 276 Wayne Leon 277, 426, 473 Roger Howard 466 oyles, David Gunn .... ubaker, David Windsor own, own, Robert Robert Roger Ross Sondra Timothy William owning, David wning wning ning, ning nmg wnlov. Gene Jaye uce, Barton Woodward . uce, Grady Dyson, Jr. uce, William Thomas, Jr. uchmiller, Helen Arlene . ucks, George Louis .... B B Brumley, Ira Jon Bruner, James Hollis Bruner, James Milton ____ 154 Bruni, Joanne Bruns, Joe Henry Bruns, Joe L Bruns, Thomas Charles Bruton, Fred Nelson Bruyere, Amy Bryan, Bonnie Alyce 281 136 450 129 139, 95, 312, 430, 143 384 453 487 44 158, 519 388 422 139, 473 153, 503 402 384 81 , , 156, 243, 246, 247, 380 Bryan, James Dean .............. 402 Bryan, J. 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William Morr 500 Corcoran, Mary Lee 278 Corder. Richard Wade 153. 490 Corley. Julio 247, 252, 394 Corn, Judy Koy 274 Corneillie, Jerome Earl 473 Cornell, Patricia Celeste 46, 268 Corner, Rosemary 126 Corniih, George H. It. Col 506 Corrales, Guillermo 472 Carrel I, . Louis Bulls 12 Corry, Charles Reuben 47, 467 Carry, Glendo Goyle 47 Corso, Richard Leonard ..82, 153, 412. 469 Cortex. Henry Voldei 137 Cortez, Lionel Maura, Jr 96 Cory, Arthur Milton 490 Cory. Carol Ann 111. 395 Cosby. Roberl Lowell 144. 468 Cosgrove. Frank Peter 140, 151 Cosner, Doil Warren 442 Coitello, Richard Frederick ..439. 523 Coslilow. Jan Durant ..111, 252. 483. 510 Colelleiie. David Peter ..111, 247, 517 Cothorr, Barbara Faye 268 Coiner, Robert Crawford 435 Collen, Johnny Waller 277, 346 Catten, Morion Goyle Ill Cotten. Michol Barry ..161. 296. 299. 303. 304, 307, 308, 310, 346. 418 Caller, Robert Lynn 445 Collie, David William 435. 437 Collon, Noncy Jean ..82. 155. 156. 182, 187, 394 Couch. Patricia Dean 82, 386 Couch, Paul David ..47, 132, 153. 154, 159, 187, 245, 247, 250, 503, 521 Council. Wilmo Dell 290 Counts. R.chord Bailey 452 Cousins. Edward lee 131. 143 Covington, Clarke 139 Covington, Earl Gene 82 Cowan. Carol Marie 111, 276. 387 Cowan. Kay 390 Cowan. Maurice Edward ..47. 159. 245. 434, 464 Cowboys 161 Cowden. Wright f II, oil, Jr. ..96. 425 Cowell. Diane lee 376 Cowell. Herbert Walker 435 Cowen. lack f 47 Cowey, Douglas Byers Ill Nome Pages Cowing. Chris Finks 246. 432 Co-ley. Don E 252 Cowper. Jane Carolyn 111, 251, 391 Co. Alonzo 8 129 Co. Becky 96, 267, 481 COK. Beverly 47, 362. 476 Cox, Caren Moynel ..96, 156, 160, 244 246. 252. 266. 274. 363 Cox. Dorrell Glenn 47 Cox. Don Dwight Ill, 502 Cox, George Marvin 470 Cox. Frank Merlin 96, 422, 483, 510 Cox, Franklin lonier 31. 128. 443 Cox. Howard T 34 Cox, James Albert, Jr 420 Cox, Jerry M 82, 245, 403 Cox, Keith Kohn ..38. 153. 187. 243. 247, 249 Cox. Martin Clyde 82 Cox, Myrlon 96, 266, 279. 374 Cox, Richard Allen 38 Cox. Wood E 47. 500 Cayle. John Edwin 1 36 Coym, Willie lorene 398 Cozby. Raymond Wilson, Jr 430 Crabb, Dal Ed 47, 148. 254 Crabb. Robert Mitchell 263 Crabtree. Carolyn Comille ....47. 502 Croddock. George Milton 321 Croft. Carol Anne 290 Craft, Lynda lee .82, 368. 412, 483 Crofl. Randal Robert. Jr 96, 486 Craft. Roberl Richard 421 Croft, Russell 152 Craig, Homer Vincent 433 Croig, Jerry West .139, 143 Crofg. John Almon 261, 426 Croig. Preston Garret! 82, 161, 418 Croig. Robert M. ..111. 246. 337, 403 Croig, Ronald Wayne 47, 470 Craig, William Allan 111. 413 Cram, Kolherine Brendo 275 Croin, Newlon Mitchell, III ....82. 450 Crain, Paula Cyrene 273 Cram. John Stuart 329, 445 Cramer, Dorothy Leo 126, 269 Cramer, lee 82 Cramer, Mary lee 398 Crane, Patrick Bennett ..46, 340, 434. 523 Cranfill, Thomas Mobry 429 Craven, Charles W. 497 Craven, Frank Ernest 152 Cravens, Mary Cecilia 390, 474 Cravens, Ralph Thomas ...425 Craver. Thomoi Howard 96. 432 Craver, Virginia Ruth ....396, 499, 96 Craver, William Lionel, Jr. ..47. 139. 143. 432 Cravy, Michael George 96. 512 Crawford, Corolyn Anne 290 Crawford, Charles Roberl 47 Crawford, David Lee 287 Crawford, Emily Josephine 111, 375 Crawford, Freda Ruth 111. 252 Crawford, Jack Michael 502 Crawford, James Ross 408 Crawford, John Milton. Jr. ..47. 132. 148. 157. 159. 163, 164. 187, 244. 247. 254. 280, 286, 490. 500 Crawford, Lucy Kathleen 96 Crawford, Mory Edna 390 Crawford. Mai Fleming 247 Crawford. Norm Raymond 455 Crawford. Ruby Helen 267 Crawford, Travis Roy 159. 402 Crawford, Woodrow Wayne ..436, 470 Craie. lobbie Jeanne ..47. 266. 266. 378 Creoger. Charles C.. Ill 416 Creager, Edward Byers 511 Creoger. William Ferrol ..62. 147. 508 Creekmore. Wayne Louis 96. 414 Creel. Elbert 138. 432 Crellen, Kenneth Roy 508 Creer. Philip Douglas. Jr. ..29, 442. 443 Crenshaw. Bonnie Noncy 276. 483 Crenshaw, Robert Allen 153 Crevelmg, John William, Jr. .47 446 Crews. James Robert 111. 490 Crews, Mory Margaret 82. 398 Crider. Allen Billy 96 Cridlebaugh. Margaret Ruth ..276. 482 Crist, lindo Koy 111. 273 Criswell, Patricia Ann 82 Critlenden. Shelby Corlton 447 Crockett, Carrie Anna 62, 252 Crockett, Jack (ussell 414 Crockett, Dr. John Augustus 435 Crofl. Dona lee 244, 390 Crofl, Joseph Wallace, Jr. ..153. 523 Crofl, lelond Chancy 430 Crofli. Corrie Ann ..111, 160. 251, 274, 345 Cromack, 8erlrand Monroe. Ill 426 Cromack. Noncy Lind . .96, 268. 398 Cramer. George Edwin 47. 282 Cromwell. Charles Wade 96. 416 Cronenberger, Joe Helen ..47, 126, 266. 275 Page 534 IRONING A HEADACHE? 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Lynn 128 Crouch, Eugene Louis 96 Crouch, Sharon Jovoy 47, 271 Douse, Joan Virginia 96, 386 Crow, Carole Elizabeth 82, 378 Crow, Christopher 423 Crow, Emily Rulh 275 Crow, lorry Clyde 82 Crow, Nancy Sue 96, 252. 398 Craw, Patricia Marshall ..111, 252, 399 Crowe, Jon Page 82 Crowell, Carole Sue ....111. 273, 363 Crowell, Robert William 470 Crowell, Tom ..159, 193, 243, 244, 246, 247, 444 Crowley. Robert John 51 6 Crow i Nesl 284 Croxson, John R 434 Crozier. Mrs. Rubye M 366 Crumpton, Lorry C 47 Cruse. Rex Beach, Jr 128, 245, 254 Crulchfield. Bob 1 437 Crutchfield, Mrs. Edwena 438 Crutsinger. Gerald Glynn . .82, 406. 473. 509 Crutiinger, Harold Kay 96, 508 Cruz. James Roy 82 Crux, Otcor 282 Cuba, Patrick David 467, 500 Cubley, Harold Dean 96, 281, 469 Cuellar, Martin C 151 Cuellor. Slyvio .244, 246, 253, 378. 481 , 484 Culberson, Olin 163, 503 Culbertion, George Samuel 137 Culbertion. Nancy 378 Culley. Margaret Virginia 252, 364 Cullinan. Melinda Elaine 96 Culliion. Ed 316 Cullum, I. H 295 Culp. Paul Meredith, Jr 436 Culpepper John Patrick .159, 296, 299. 302, 305, 307, 346, 433 Cultural Entertainment Committee ..244 Culver, James Douglas 432 Culwell, Rodney Ill, 509 Cummings, James H 96 Cummins, Mary Malcom 47 Cundill, Don Alexander 96, 409 Cundiff. Edward William 129 Cunningham, Aline LaFaye 111, 127 Cunningham. Ann Louise ....384, 501 Cunningham, James Alan .137 Cunningham, Joe Hurley, III ..96, 153, 470. 490, 503 Cunningham, Judith Glen 386 Cunningham, Kenneth Joy 47, 472 Cunningham, Kenneth Merle 82 Cunningham, Talmage Ray ..322, 324, 326, 328. 346 Cunningham. William A. ..132, 133, 137, 143, 249, 469 Curby. Harold Ray 47 Curl. Franklin Bloke. Jr 82. 148 Curlee. Billy Dumas 111 Curlee, Durwood Lee 1 48 Curlee. Sara Jo 111. 152. 381. Currie, James David 96, 431 Currie. Laurin C. ..47, 153, 247, 251. 503 Currier, Vernon Arthur 137 Curry. Charles Nathan 96 Curson, Charles Randolph ..96. 322, 324. 378, 346, 406 Curtain Club . 484 Curtino, Diana May 290 Curtis. Alan Neil 523 Curtis. Alice Zallee 390. 481 Curtis. Anne Keenan 38 Curtis. Daniel 96 Curtis, Jewel 47, 150 Curt.s. John Day 280, 288 Curtis. Martha Ann 384 Curtis. Sherry Dee Ill Cushman, Karen Ann 96, 253. 375 Cutbirth. J Brown 34 Cuthrell. Jock Dies Ill Culler. Ph.llip Stephen Ill, 425 Cutter. Irving Taylor. Ill .82. 416, 507 Cyprus. Gerald Steven .47, 126. 277 Cyrus. Nancy Kotherine 376 Cylr.n, Minna Roe 3 6 D D Albergo. Helen Pauline 127 Name Paaes Dabbai, Mohammad A. R ....... 38, 498 Dad i Association ................ 34 Dodi Day Awards ............... 1 63 Doloshy. Wogih .................. 498 Da Gamma, Alice Spinola ........ 38 Dahman. Mahomed ................ 498 Dahse. Byron Paul .......... 445, 470 Dahse. Carolyn Ethel ............ 267 Doigle. Barbara Ann 47, 266, 275, 501 Daily, Barbara Sue ........ 127, 396 Doily. Diane Louise ..111, 252, 273, 365 Do, If Teran, The .......... 260. 261 Dale, Alfred George .............. 129 Daleo, Frank A ................... 96 Dallenbach, Karl M ........... 403, 421 Dalian, Bernard Roy .............. 47 Dalton, Dewey M ........... Ill, 407 Dalian. Donald Michael ..111, 329, 431 Dalton, John William ........ 96, 402 Daly. Thomas Braden ...... 136, 153 Damek, Herman Andrew .......... 446 Danak, agdish Trambaklol .......... 469 Dancer, Mary Eleanor ............ Ill Daniel, Deanna .................. 391 Daniel, James Thomas ........ 96, 490 Daniel, Jean Houston ........ Ill, 391 Daniel, Madeline Terrell (Terry) 96, 391 Daniel, Price ................ 22. 498 Doniel, Richard Branton .......... 509 Daniel, Sandra Alene ........ 96. 269 Daniels. Anita Roberta ............ 47 Daniels. Bruce Rufl ............ Ill, 421 Daniels, Calvin Lee .............. 47 Daniels, Deborah Ann ........ 270, 381 Daniels, Moxie Dion IGigi] ..96, 157, 253. 365 Daniels, James Duff ............ 96. 434 Daniels. Jerry .................... 1 53 Donnels. Delbert Glen ........ 472, 485 Donnenbaum, James D. ..47, 130, 132, 136, 143. 159, 188, 242, 243, 244, 247. 256, 257, 408, 472 Danner, John lee ............... 329 Darby, George Leendon .......... 82 Darehshori , Mohamad Farhong ... 469 Dorley, Roger George ........ 153, 251 Darling. Charles Franklin, Jr ....... 519 Darling, Frances Ruth .......... Darling. Jessica Royece ..111, 157, 160. 274, 313, 399, 481 Darling. John Kimbrell ..47, 147, 252, 374 Darling, Ricky Horley Darling, Ruth Dart, Judy ........................ Darwish. Mohammad .............. ' Doshiel. Benjamin Douglas ........ 147 Doshiell. Marilyn Ann ---- 376. 474 Dougherty, Diane Elizabeth . .82, 368 Dougherty. Robert Glen .......... 482 Daughterly, Roy .................. ' 79 Daughtrey, Zoel Wayne .......... 469 Daum, Sandra Elaine .......... 96, 367 Dauman, Judith Ann .......... Davenport, Billie Bishop .......... 134 Davenport. David Thomas . ...Ill, 157. 409 286 421 484 E 376 12) 486 Davenport, Dixie lee ........... Davenport, Everard Correll David Ernest Edward David, Mavis lyle ........ 96. 483, Dovidge Ron Vaughn Davidson, Betty Ann ....82, 253. Davidson, Donna Rebecca Davidson, Franklin Chandler Davidson, Jim King Davidson, Joseph Michael ... Davidson, Peggy Louise Davidson Thomas O . Ill 143. Davidson William Claude, Jr 82, 368 453. 483. 514 164, 159. 444 143, 434 .96, 462, 464 148 Davidson. William Lewis Dovies. Will Sullivan, Jr. Dovig. James H Davis, Albert Edwin .............. 435 Davis. Barry Joel ................ 441 Davis, Bernie Rodney ............ 1 Davis. Carolyn Grace ...... 275, 485 Davis. Chester McLean, Jr ......... Ill Davis, Clarence Ted .............. 82 Davis, Daniel Stone ---- 96, 425. 452 Davis. Dennis Louis .............. 508 Davis, Dorothy Diane ........ 48, 378 Davis. Dorothy Goyle .......... 96, 364 Davis, Doyle Lynn ............ 131. 470 Dovii. Dudley Perdue .......... 96, 437 Davis, Edmond E ............... 515 Dovis, Edward Allen .............. 472 Dovis. Eliso Sovillo ............ 96, 261 Dovis, Farrar Montgomery ...... 96, 433 Dovis, Georgi Elizabeth ...... 82. 376 Dovis, Henry Michael ........ 96, 448 Davis, Herbert Allen .............. 440 Davis. James Edward ....133. 137. 143 Davis. James G ................... 1 " Davis, James Lawrence, Jr. ..244, 251 Davis. James Phillip .......... 96, 148 Dovis. James Ray ...... 96, 246. 445 Name ' ages Davis, James Virgil 516 Dovis, Joy Clarence 136 Dovis. Jefferson Clark, Jr 137 Davis, Jerry Donald ....48, 346. 454 Dovis. Joe D 82, 473 Davis, John Emerson 140, 151 Davis, John lee 406, 478 Dovis. John Marvin 490 Dovis, John McCampbell 452, 511 Dovis, John Oldrohm 409 Davis. John Thomas Ill, 419 Davis, Judy Marie 384 Davis, tenito Kay 88, 246 Davis. Lou Ann 48 Davis, Louise Carol 48, 366 Davis, M. Vernon 475 Dovii, Mary Ann 379 Dovis, Mary Patricia 96 Davis, Merrill Jason 517 Dovii, Norris G 141, 145, 257 Dovis, Oliver Monroe, Jr Ill Dovis. Pot Word 82, 253. 476 Dovis, Peggy Jean 82. 378 Davis, Ph.lip Wayne 135 Davis, Rebecca Rulh ..111, 253. 399. 483 Davis. Robert Cecil 96, 152. 286 Davis Robert Charles 500 Dovis. Robert Eorl Ill, 451 Dovis, Ronald David 111. 441 Davis, Roy Glenn 82 ..96. 267, 490, 494. 502 Dovis, Ruby Kay Stephen Holiday 405 Davis, Davis. Tedd E. Dovis. Tom Martin 424 Davis. William Andrew 48. 473 Dovis, William lymon 508 Davis, Winston Earl 48 Doviss, lee 82. 376 Dovol, Elizabeth Hayes 96, 389 Dowkini, Suson Harl ing 1 34 Dawson, George Warner 463, 512 Dowson, John Coleman, Jr 424 Dowson, Raymond Fillmore 130 Day, Billy Bernard 48. 426 Day, Deanno Dole 261 , 290 Day, Eugene W 471 Day, Fred Winfield. Jr 142. 144 Day. Noncy Linda 111 Day. Ralph lewis 284 Day. Rulh Elizabeth ..82. 266. 272. 378 Doyvoult, Helen Pot ..82. 183, 394. 446 Deal. Ben Lloyd 470 De Alba. Guillermo 283 Deon , Peggy Joyce 48 Deon. Sandra lee 96, 252. 271 Dean. Sharon lyn ' 379 Deary, Lois Marie 371, 483 Dear, Michael Banks Ill, 455 Deason Evelyn Yvonne ..87, 280. 289 370 Deathe, Helen Norwood 277 Deaver. Donald Richard Ill Deaver, John Montgomery De8erry. Diane Debes. Arlene Leah .... Decherd, James William Deen, Dudley Howard . DeForges, John Warner DeFee, David lee .... Deffebach, Don Morris . .87, ..96, .266. 48 364 267 .126 96. 411 ..48. 436. 469 96, 436 153, 470. 509 Deffeboch, Mary E .82. 380, 499, 501 Deford, Jimmy Francis 48 DeFord. Naldi Alleyne 35 DeFord. Ronald Kinnison 143 De Forest, Roy Edward 48 Defoyd. Jimmy Lynn 500 DeGeurin, Richard M 82. 452 Dehlevi, Mohamed 498 Dehlinger, Jerry Paul 430, 511 Deike, Dorothy Ann 82, 289 Deisler, Rene John 48. 469 DeKeratry. Ernesto, Jr 48, 148 De la Garza, Nora 278. 488 Delaney, James Cecil 96 Delaney. Randall Gordon ..48, 454, 480 De la Pena, Augustin Moteo 490 De la Pena, Richard 48 Delaune, Anne Carol 11, 276 Delgodo, Jamie N 140, 151, 489 Delorenzo. Joseph Paul 299 Delta Chi 412, 413 Delta Delta Delta 378, 379 Delta Gamma .348. 349. 350. 380, 381 Delta Kappa fpsilon ..354, 359, 414. 415 De lo Phi Epiilon 382. 383 Delta Sigma Phi ..148, 284. 416. 417 Sigma Pi Too Defta ..354. 356. 418, l psilon 420. Zelo 384. Patricia Joan Ham 48. Paul Norton Delta Delta Delta Delta Dell. Del ti, Demel. Karen Julia ...96, 269, 482, 496 Dement. Dennie Maree 48 Dement, Noncy 48. 135, 362 148 419 421 385 145 48 Name Pages Dement. W, Helta Ill, 393 Dernier. Robert 483 Demmi ng , Ann 378 DeMonlellano, Bernard R. Ortiz ..135. 137 Denby. Walter Johns 450. 466 Denena, Joseph Folson 97 Den, son. James Wright 97, 406 Denison. Judr Carolyn Ill, 275 Denkowski, George Carl 443 Denmon, Potsie Deon 484 Denn. Richard Whitfield. Jr 508 Dennard. Betty Ann 386. 501 Dennord. loretto Ann 394 Denney. Gary Donald 139, 473 Denney. George Ann 478 Dennis. Barbara Gayle 268 Dennis. Claire Dene 127. 268 Denniston. Dwight Thomas 486 Dennock, lewis Forsythe 470 Denny. Kleber Jennings 424, 472 Denowitz, Marvin Allan 440, 466 Denson. Elizabeth Diane 480, 482 Denser, Richard Edwin ..48, 148, 500 Dent, William Chaplain 128 Denton. George William 429 Denton, Harold James Denton, Julia Carmen 395 Denton, Marshall Drue 126 Denty. Glynn Wilson 490, 5C Deportment of Air Science 520 Deportment of Military Science ..506 Derden, Albert leldon, Jt 430 Derden, Charlie Richard. Jr. ..48, 469 DeRidder, Dono Andriano 183, 362 Derrick, William Paul 21 DeSalme, Thomas Roy 277 Deschner, Eugene Everett 471 Desha, James Edward ..96, 261. 436. Deshon. George Ellis 129 Desjardins, Jerome Allen Deslattes, Ronald Edward Desmond, Jerry Michael . De Synek, Margaret Marie 467 87 .338. 342 .111, 251, 273 Detmore. Carolyn 82, 269, 484 Deulsch, Melvin Corkey 519 Devoll. Mrs. Charles ' Devaprabhakara. Devodas DeVoult, Marion Vere 255 Development Board - Devine, Soro Patricia 378 DeVore, Marion S DeWolt, Stephen Andrew ..82, 147, 458 Dewor, Henry H 15 DeWees, Herbert Reed 431 DeWitt, David Gordon HI Dewilt, Tom Guernsey, Jr. . .450. 487 Dexter, Cindy Sue 3J Dexter, Pamela Ann 82, 3, Dial, David Hombs 111. 455 Diaz, Alirio 3! Diaz, Nellie 27t Dibee, Kholil 498 Diboll. Alfred George 460 Dibrell, Samuel Dotson ..97, 246. 247, 408 Dick, Charles Brillon 111 Dick, Mary Allwyn 48 Dick, Walter lee 48 Dickens, Edwin lorry 48 Dickenon, Jock 8., Master Sgt Dickerson, John Thomas 425 Dickerson, Robert W. 8 434, 470 Dickerson. Wayne Beall 51 Dickey, Belly Lynn 48. 398 Dickey. Bobby Lynn 97, 353. 450 Dickey. Claire Ann ..48, 249, 252. 364 Dickey. Fred Buford, Jr 97, 424 Dickey, Marsha Joe 82. 3( Dickinson, John Ysidro. Ill 488 Dickinson, Richard McKinley 470 Dickinson, Terry Daniel HI Dickinson. Wilson Gordon 1 Dictson, Guy Travis. Jr 287 Die. Ronald Benton 31 Diesle, Antonio lozano 82, 444 Dietert. Milton Max 472 Dietz, Jennie lee 274 Dielz John Walter 97. 418 Dietz. Sandra Marie ....HI, 2 73. 365 Dietz. Virginia Lee 111. 2! Dildy. Kathleen Bethea 111. 365 Dill. Terry Doyt .48. 161. 338. 341. Dillord, Mary Glyn 48 Dillard, Mary Susan 386 Dillon, Bennie F 520 Dillon. Noncy N 364 Dillon, Patricia Sue 48. 135. 364 Dilworth. Collet! Broyles. Jr. ..111. 411. 510 Dimmilt. Deonno Marye 97. 150. 183. 364. 410 Oingwotl. J. C 130 Dinah Jane ....111. 373, 494 Vincent Roirden 247. 490 Dinwiddie. Richard Erwin ... 82. 409 Page 536 Name Pages Dippel, Gene Harvey 48 Disch, Elizabeth Anne ..156, 246. 376 Disch, William John, III 97, 408 Dishberger, Thomas L 97 Dismukes, Hugh Campbell ..153, 285, 522 Ditmore, Frank Edward 48 Dittert, Judge J. Lee 34 Dittman, Carolyn Kay Ill, 267 Dittman, Clarence William 490 Dittmar, David Norman 470 Dittmar, Elizabeth Deutz 82, 378 Dixon, Jimmie Carroll 82 Dixon, Ronald Lee Ill, 287 Djao, Er Hung 140, 151 D ' Neproff, Mrs. Sophia 418 Doan, David Boyd 38 Dobbs, Curtis Edward Ill, 463 Dobson, Marilyn Jean 97, 271 Doby, Robert Merlee, Jr 453 Docekal, William Lynn 470, 517 Doctors, Malcolm 456 Dodd, Carolyn Joyce ..97, 252, 363, 525 Dodds, Kenneth Brien 128, 148, 254 Dodrill, William Lee 82, 402 Dodson, Dole R 129 Dodson, Daniel Baldwin Ill Dodson, Diane M 127, 379 Dodson, James William ..111, 409, 517 Doherty, Andrew Joseph 519 Doig, Larry Joseph 48 Doiron, Charles 483 Doke, Homer Maurice 161, 346, 450 Dolgoff, Madelyn Jean ..274, 367, 481 Dolley, James Clay 31, 129 Domingues, Francis Joseph 470 Dominguez, Alfonso 488 Dominguez, Carlos D 82, 470 Donnelly, Saza Dee 48, 267 Donop, Gordon Turne 82, 151 Donovan, William Clark 452 Donsky, Calvin L. ..97, 161, 353, 448, 464 Dooley, Artnur Rhew, Jr 509 Dorbandt, John Thomas 458 Dorbandt, William Moore 458 Dorchester, Deanna ..97, 266, 279, 388 Dorian, John Harford, Jr 48 Dorman, John Wesley 97 Dormitories 265-279 Dorn, David Michael 500 Dornberger, Werner William 130 Dorough, Catherine Elaine 362 Dorr, Barbara Susan 367 Dorrell, Robert Bynum 97, 428 Dorris, Kenneth Lee 49 Dorris, Robert Earl, Jr 425 Dorsey, Julianne Frances 49, 384 Dasher, Dorothy Joan 375 Doss, Glen Porter 523 Doss, Ninette Latif 498 Doss, Roberta Ann 364 Dai!, Theresa 391 Dossey, Garry Dean 152, 283 Dossey, Larry Gene 283 Dossmann, Sterly Glen 153 Dotson, Tracy Arne 470, 481 Doty, E. William 29 Doubrava, Charles Eddie 48, 471 Douds, Robert Frederick 406 Dougherty, Michael A 158 Doughtie, Venton Levy 139, 143 Douglas, Jack Winston 406 Douglas, Louisa Ann 97, 394 Douglas, Mary Lurline ....48, 272, 398 Douglas, Olen LaRoy 152 Douglas, Robert Raymond 29 Douglas, Ronald Erwin 97, 426 Douglas, Sue Annette Ill Douglas, Susan Ill Douglas, Townsend Wade 444 Douglass, Richord E 470, 521 Douthit, Durell 420 Dove, Catherine Elizabeth ..111, 273. 274 Dove, Gruce Elizabeth Ill Dove, Richard Oral ..146, 161, 469, 490 Dow, Donald Douglas 82, 454 Dow, Gary Wayne 111, 329 Dawdle, Don Michael 346 Dowdy, Carol Kay 49. 364 Dowdy, Janie Raye ..49, 266, 269, 501 Dowis, James Peden 509 Dowling, Mary Diane 394 Downs, Dorothy Louise 127 Doyle, Mory Elizabeth ..111, 127, 276. 50? Dozier, Betty Jean 82 Dozier, Eugene Joseph 430 Draeger, Carolyn ..97, 266 279, 127. 251 Drago, Joe, 111 82, 438 Drake, Floyd Richard 48, 454 Drake, Francis Ann ..82, 155, 156, 182. 390 Drake, Judith Carol Ill, 363 Drake, Mary Boehme 377 Drake, Peggy Joyce 289 Drake, Royce Allison, Jr 49, 472 Nome Pages Drake, Samuel Coleman 516 Drake, Susan Rivers 82, 384 Draper, Cecil Van 447 Drawert, James George ....97, 245, 403 Drowert, Thomas Anthony 402, 487 Drenner, George Lawrence, Jr. ..49, 143. 471 Drewyer, Roland P 472 Dring, Susan Jean 82, 376 Driscoll, Alice Ann 111, 395 Driscoll, John Jay, Jr. ..Ill, 268, 419 Driscoll, Starlee Ann 49 Driscoll, Victor Amadale 512 Driskill, Robert E 82 Driskill, Roger Joe Droemer, Ruth Eileen 472 275, 485 Drolla, John Casper, Jr. ..322, 324, 443, 512 Drosche, Keith Dee Ill Drozd, Daniel George 287 Drumright, Georgie Kay 97, 376 Drumwright, Henry Sterling, III ...111, 136, 253 Drury, Patsy Anne ..82, 183, 253, 373, 481, 490 Drushel , Bette 390 Duorte, Ello Mae 268 Dubois, Charlotte Estelle 363 Dubose, Elbert Theo, Jr 285 DuBose, Gary Lynn 97 Dubrow, Daveley 97, 382 Duckett, Faye Ill, 160, 246, 385 DuCroz, Charles Lawrence Ill Duderstadt, Katye Joe ..111, 160, 245, 246, 483 Dudley, James Hudson ..49, 193, 247, 250, 503 Dudley, Julia Aurelia 97, 252, 394, 478 Dudley, Val Jean 97, 362 Dueger, Mary Stuart 111, 274 Duesterhoeft, William Charles Jr...l31, 143, 503 Dugan, Jack Raymond ..314, 316, 319, 320, 346 Dugan, Richard Walker Ill Dugat, James Marvin Ill Duggan, Arthur Alexander ..97, 148, 246, 253, 406 Duke, Buford Woodrow, Jr 49, 468 Duke, James Henry, Jr 112 Duke, Lloyd Russell 152 Duke, Michael Lee 454 Dulevitz, Alexander R 154 Dulle, Felix K 82 Dullnig, George Rolle 407 Dumesnie, George Ronald 329 Dunagan, Jerry Mac 112, 517 Dunbar, Emily S 353 Duncan, Cynthia 49, 376 Duncan, James Bryant 38, 462 Duncan, Joe A 148, 500 Duncan, Lois Ellen 266, 269 Duncan, Mary Elizabeth 112, 276 Dunlap, Cecilia 112, 391 Dunlap, David James 486 Dunlap, Drew Woolford ..322, 324, 329, 338, 346 Dunlap, Hugh Graydon 414 Duplap, James Fielding 454 Dunlap, Joan Taylor 183, 398, 400 Dunlap, Kay 49, 398 Dunlap, Susan 112, 253, 399 Dunlop, William W 452 Dunmire, Patricia Anne 272 Dunn, Barbara Jean 275 Dunn, Brenda Lea 82, 386 Dunn, David Aden 112, 403 Dunn, Robert Porton 451 Dunn, William H 277 Dunn, Willie Paul 277, 472 Dunnam, Mory Kothryn 112, 381 Dunnam, Thomas Normon, Jr 418 Dunne, Hattie Katherine 82, 253 Dgnson, Noble Horace, Jr 523 Duprez, Carolyn Louise 112, 393 DuPuy, James Robert 469 Duron, Carol Jean 97, 251, 269 Duran, Carolyn Grace 485 Durand, Herbert Kyle 82 Durbin, Carolyn Koy 112 Duren, Mrs. Almetris 289 Durflinger, Donald Douglas 517 Durham, Carlotte Ariel 273, 363 Durham, Ronald Glynn 153 Durr, Janice Kay 82, 126, 268, 392 Durrenburger, Charles Pate 442 Duryea, Dian 368, 483 Dusek, Bernay Franklyn 136 Dusek, Clifton John 49, 469 Dusek, Diane Audrey . .97, 246, 380, 481 Duson, Delia 480 Dussler, M. Robert, Jr 451 Dutton, Margaret Sue ..97, 157, 252, 266, 273, 364 Duty, Rhetta Roberta 49, 390 Duval, Charles Augustus, Jr. . .458, 464 Duval, Charles Mark 49, 470 Duvall, David Curtis 49 Bob Lytton, graduate Engi- neering student at the Univer- sity, takes a look at a theodolite a surveying instrument. Mr. Robert L. Miller of Miller ' s dis- plays the transit. Engineering Architecture Supplies Photostats Drawing Reproductions MILLER BLUE PRINT COMPANY 108 E. 10th Page 537 Nam Pages Duw, David Corbin 299 Duwe. George Douglas . .49, 338, 342, 346, 418 Dwyer. lila Dionne 97, 390 Owyer, Samuel J., Ill 131 Dye, Susannah Vincent 49 Dyer, Joe Charles 49 Dyer, Lansdale 83 Dyer, Pot Taylor 452 Dyke, Emily Shannon 97. 388 Dyke, Susan Reed 388 Dyke, Thomas Alan 83, 406 Dysart, Gordon R 471 Dyson, Billy Roy 510 Eodes, Mrs. E. J Eods, Arthur Coleman Eods. Carol Jane ....112, 160, Eads, Robert Pope Eods, Sharon lee 49, Eolcer, Michael Alan Eokm, Lois Eugenia Eokin. Robert E Eargle, John Morgan ..131, 145. Eorhort. Robeil Francis ..158, 277, Earhart, Wilmer Dean ..112, 245, Eorle, Eorley, Early, Early, Earnest, Earnest, Earnest, Earp. Easley, Easley, Easan. Ronald D Bill Fate Clarence Fielding .... Helen Tober , Carole Sue ....112, , John David ..83, 138, , Thomas Michael Robert Dean Rita Carolyn ..49, 149, Robert Wayne William Dudley, Jr. .. Easter. Michael Mays Eosterling, James McQueen .. Easterly, Stanley Boyd .... Easterwood, Charles Deward . Eastman, Ronald David ..126, Eastwood, Annetta Jane Eathome. John M., Jr. . .112, S3. 252, 480, 97, 269, 112. 477. 97, .112, 244, 456. . . Eaton, Emily Jane Eaton. Jack Hodge, Jr. Eaton, Marquis G Eaton, Michael David Ebest, Bonnie Annie Laurie .49, 112, .49, 148. 268, 148, .112, Ebling, Jo Ann ____ 97, 140, 253, Echordt, Charles Frederick ....... Echols, Charles Lowry ........... Echols, Daryle Ann .......... 380, Eckerman, Otto Ernest ............ Edkert, Jacob J .................. Eckel, John Edward ............. Eckhardl. Carl J. ..27. 139, 143, Economy, Richard ............... Eddings, James Ralph ............. Eddins, Dana Beoird ..112, 375, Eddleman, Richard Neat ......... Eddy, James R. D ............... Edelman, Barry Howard ........... Fdelman, Janice ................. Edelman, Sharon ............ 112, Edens, Roderick Tarlton ......... Edgar, Judy Morris ............ 369, Edgar, Sarah Elizabeth (Sally) 362, 482. Edgar. Tommy Clay ..20, 97, 153, Edgeman. Larry jack ..97, 154, 420, Edgerton. George Gunter . .434. Edmiston, Elizabeth Ann ......... Edmiston, Charles Lanier ......... Edmiston, Keorney E ......... 83. Edmiston. Sharon Dianne ..112. 275. 369, Edmonds, Lester layd. Jr. ..2, 129, Edmonds, Roger Cooper ...... 97, Edmundson. Jesse Wright, Ml ..... Edmunton. Joanne Arnold ........ Edrington, T. S .................. Education Council ............... Edwards. Arthur J .............. Edwards, Becky Glynn .49, 378. Edwards. Benny Eugene ..112, 423, Edwards. Donald Scott ..83. 25S. Edwards. George Willis ........... Edwards. Harry Andrew ......... Edwards. John Charles ...... 49. Edwards. Julia Ellen ....... 150. Edwards, Margaret Anne ...... 49, Edwards. Morgene Foye ........... Edwards, Paula Christine ......... Edwards. Robert Sammie ......... Edwards, Tolbert Porter ......... Edwards. William Francis ....... Edwards. Willie Mae ............ Cells. Betsy linn ................ Elron, Myra Sue ...... (3. 252. Egos. Oswaldo Anibal ........... Eg.lhoff. William George ,...136, .407 375 ..49 342 .449 -.49 .137 470 507 244, 445 .112 .312 134 378 375 484 435 420 484 .449 261, 519 .112 .446 420 486 245. 464 .392 254 385 500 .128 .112 268. 482 364 .513 38 499 ..49 .152 .428 247 .458 .468 481 .388 ..29 .456 .366 367 .418 501 .49. 501 469 522 473. 496 275 450 483 160. 483 257, 264 251 .424 .394 .131 255 129 501 509 501 477 470 500 271 378 244 275 .137 .126 516 .35 279 366 473 508 Name Pages Ehlers, Sandra Kay ..97. 267, 252, 525. 365 Ehman, William Carl 314. 316, 430 Ehrig, Byron Edward 143, 471 Ehrlich, Clarence Eugene ..49 Eichenbaum, Harold. Jr. ..49, 440, 516 Eickmann, Marie Josephine ..49, 155, 188, 145, 244, 247, 257, 260. 392, 495 Eidman, Jack Elmore 97 Eidman, Rose Mary ....112, 377, 481 Eidson, Merrill Lamar 97, 450 Eikel. Robert Edwin 97, 426 Eikenburg, John Joseph 49, 432 Eilskov, Frederick Ward 477 Eilskav. Nodine Adell 83, 477 Eisemann, Charles Warren ..83, 153, 411, 500, 510 Eisenhauer, Gene Edmond ....466, 478 Eisenstein, Abrum Morton 457 Eisenstein, Ann Fridel 112, 397 Eisenwine, Norma Ann ....50, 376, 501 Eitelman, Dina Joan 376, 480 Eitze, Chester Harold 484 Eklund. Susan Jane 50, 272 Ekrut, Billy George 514 EI-Ahmodiyyoh. Ali S " 498 Elom, John Madison 50, 151 Elder, Stephen Thomas 97, 433 Eldred, Timothy Burton 467, 514 Eliol. Harriet Ann 398, 400 Elick. Betty Susan 97, 244, 376 EI-Khazen, Ragheb 498 Elkins, Elizabeth Ellen ..183, 266. 267, 388 Elledge, J. Lawrence .... ..38 Elledge. Rebecca Daniell .. ..50 Eller, Jafnei Murray .430, 507 Fllerkomp, Patricia A .374. 501 Elley Michael W 469 Ellinger Diane E 388 Ellington, Karen Sue . . . .97, 363, 495 Ellington, Billy Morris .298. 299 Elliott Acia Lee 83 390 Elliott Albert John 83 Elliott Alma Ann .50 380 Elliott, Charles Andrew ..83, 148. 437. 510 Elliott. Mrs. L. E .402 Elliott, Morris Gene .523 Elliott, Rebecca Anne .,97 Elliott, Rose G .127 Elliott Walter 136, 470 Eltis Billy C 143 Ellis, James Elmo .490 Ellis, Jimmy Mac ..50 Ellii, Karen Jean ..97 Ellis, Marvin Weisse ..63, 153 , 470] 497 Ellis, Neol Rayburn .112 Ellis, Raymond ..50, 487 Ellis, Rodger Thomas .244, 421 Ellis, Wither, Edward .139, 143 Ellison, Bernice Roy ..50 Ellison, David Ragsdate . ' 432, ' 467 Ellison, James David . 97 Ellison, Margaret Lucite . .97, 251, 380. 400 Ellison, Mary Clementine .83. 398 Ellison, Walter lott .50 .498 Elp Sea D 153 Elsass, J. Frank 502 Elsea. Michael D .50 El Shafie, Adtl 498 Elster, Arlene Carol . .266, 273, 382 Ely, Sally Jean 50, 398. 474 Elyas, Adb .498 Embrey, Wallace Eldon .... .469 Fmhrv Frnatt A. .346 Emerson. Ethel Moxine 50. 267 Emery, Wynnell 3( Emmer, Kathleen Elizabeth 490 Emmerl. Max. Ill 444 Emmert. Susan Virginia 112, 381 Emmett, Joseph Charles 11 Emmons. George Arthur 131, 143 Emmons. Homer Theryle 473 Emmrich. James William 142, 144 Enderlin. Roy Reinhard 337. 346 Endicott. Antoinette M 11? Engel. James 285 Engelberg. Samuel ' Engelhard!. Raymond Richard Engetke, Joyce Elaine Engelking, Charley Thomas . England. Hardy Hudson England. Ruth Elizabeth ... England, Sharon Kay ..B3. 470 112, 375 451 447 482 272 440 ..97, .112. ..97. Englonder, Louis Wood 97. Engle. Morris Joy 440 Engle, Nancy Dwode 275 Engler, John G. ..97. 245. 246. 438. 464, 516 Engleking, Anna Belle 246. 273 English, Kenneth Eugene 430 English, Linda Burgin 97, 391 Engstram, Mary Dwyce ..97, 157, 246. 362 Enochs. Edgar Hill. II 510 Name Pages Enquist, Burton Reinhald 138 Ephraim, Rosemary 112, 367 Eppes, Bill Gorton 130 Eppler. William Henry 97 Eppright, Margaret Anne 134 Eppright, Nancy Claire 50. 390 Epstein. Arthur oe 112, 253, 449 Erblegast. Poddy R 11, 438. 502 Erdmann, Carol Anne 386 Ericksan. Ann Marie 134. 369 Ermel. William Frank ..153. 296, 299. 523 Ernst, Robert Clinton ....83, 410. 509 Ernst, Robert David 436 Erskine, Mary Louise 376 Erik me. Michael Henry . .446. 464. 516 Ertkine, Ruth Ann 97, 376 Enkine, Stanley M 34 Erkien. Elisabeth Wilbourn ..127. 380 Ermey, Eorline Lovern 149 Erwin, Jerry D 131. 143, 285, 470 Erwin, Myro 50, 398, 474 Erwin, Robert Eugene 83 Erwin, Thomas D 471 Escamilla, Margarita 280, 291 Eschberger, Joan 495 Eschberger, Rebecca Ruth 290, 49S Eschle. John Phillip ..322. 324, 328. 338, 340. 346 Esclude, Marceline Jane . .83, 244, 268 Eskenazi, Isaac 470 Eskridge, Betty Louise 275 Eskridge, Charles Sonford, Jr. .141, 261 Espinosa, Miguel Walter io ..83, 453. 496 Esquivel. Edward Hommel 430 Esten. Martha Lugean 381 Estes, David Elbert 112 Estes, Martha lynne 97 Esles, Robert David 1 36 Estess, Michael Eggeling 97. 414 Estroff, Rosolyn Dale 396 Eslroff. Harris I. 112, 449 Eta Kappa Nu 131 Elheridge, Lura Lynn 390, 481 Ethridge, Ben Michael 83. 427 Etier, A. Foborn 254 Elter, Wayne Edward 458, 467 Elter, Mrs. Wayne Edward 254 Eubank, Foster Jennings .97 Eubank, Maria Elana 275 Eubanks. Isaac Dwaine ..38, 137, 146. 420 Solly Ruth 380 Euwer, Evans, Carolyn Frances Evans. Dean Jay Evans, Elinor Louise Evans, Evelyn Corinne Evans, George Wilbur Evans, Gerald Monty Evans, Herbert E. . . Evans. Jomes Allen Evans, Jerry Ouin . . Evans, Jo Neil Evans, Leslie Murray Evans, Evans, Evans. Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, ..183. 386 .139., 143 .245. 363 252 294 418 413, 512 408 ....50, 406. 486 276 83. 259. 270. 365 Mary Frances 387 Melba Louise 112 Muse Elizabeth ..97. 266, 279. 38C Pat 484 Rand Boyd 112, 481 Randall Kent 502 Sandra 112, 273 Thomas E 472 Thomas Robert 244 Evans, William Harvey, Jr. 473 Everett, John Richard 97 Ever i ft, Virginia Ann 275 Ever man. Martha Jane 482, 501 Eversberg, Jon Russ SO, 428 Everson, Charles Slawion 410 Everton, Dane 481 , 483 Everts, Sendee Gail ..157, 253, 248, 365 Evetrs. Judy 259 Ewell, Sandra Elizabeth ..140, 183, 266. 276. 362, 480. 482 Ewert. William Arthur 406 Ewing, Judith Marie SO. 376 Ewing, Mary Anne 112 Ex-Students ' Association 35 Eyster, Al lee 445 Ezell. Ellen McAngus ..SO, 128. 129. 254 Ezon, Jael Joseph 457 Fahey, Robert John 50. 194, 484 Foickney. Mary Ann 112. 399 Fain, Robert Nathan 112, 403 Fainter, Robert A 447 Fair, David lewis 97, 406 Fairall. labon Leroy, Jr 147 Fairboirn, Grody 1 148 Fairbairn, Garland T 254 Fairchild, Marilynn Sue 97 Fa. ion. Linda Jeone 399 Faith. Ponty Dale 275 Fakhouri. Mahomed Ramei 498 Fokhouri. Zouhair Ramei 498 Nome Pages Fokhf-EI Din. Galal .......... 50. 498 Folk, Susan Elaine .............. 367 Folk. Bibb August ............ 330. 332 Fallek, Larry David .............. 454 Fambrough, Dorothy Jean ____ 83. 384 Fancher, George H, Jr. ..50, 143. 432. 471 Fanet t, Mary Blanche ............ 248 Fann, Solly Eileen ................ 368 Foour, Daniel John ................ 446 Farabee. Helen Jane ..34. 247. 348, 391 Farobee, Kenneth Ray ...... 132, 245 Foronish, Zahi .................. 498 Fargotstein, Elka ............ 155, 382, David 1 ................... 497 Farm, Don Gary ................ 490 Farley, Arthur John ................ 414 Farley, Dennis Roy .............. 451 Farley, Eva V ................... 515 Farley, Jomes Lawrence ..83, 147, 490 Farley. Neol Duron .............. 50 Farley. Ramsey Wayne ..39. 133, 137. 143, 144. 256 Farley. Vernan Paul .......... 112. 455 Former, Carol yn .................. 1 27 Farmer. Florence Jean ...... 112, 369 Farmer, James W., Master Sgt ..... 504 Farmer, Martha Posey ..83. 376. 499 Farmer, Thomas .................. 50 Farquhar, Nancy Elizabeth ____ 13, 380 Farr. Albert Pike. Ill ...... 435. 495 Farror. Alice Meredith . .273, 369. 483 Forrell. Mary Lynne .............. 392 Farrier, Mrs. Sammie .............. 414 Forrimond, James Hewitt .......... 20 Fanis, Betty Jo .................. 275 Farris. Glen Woody .............. 452 Farschmon, Jack Allen ............ 282 Foseler, Roberta Ann ............ 112 Fatoni, Zakario .................. 498 Fought, Carl Runell .............. 415 Faulk, Neno Sandra ........ 112. 276 Faulkner, Nina Frances ..97, 127. 140 Faulkner, Stoley ........ 7. 299, 445 Faulkner, Thomas Frederick ........ 112 Faulkner. Travis Marion .......... 312 Fauschmon, Jack Allen ............ 470 Fears, Walter Henry .............. 472 features ......... ........... 197-240 Fehmer, Marie Frieda .......... 83. 384 Fehnel, Thomas Russel .............. 470 Fehr, Edward Scott .......... 97, 414 Fehr. Kilion Waller .......... 112. 459 Fein, Edward Kalb .............. 456 Fein. Harlyn Ruth ...... 112, 274, 367 Feiner, Linmor Benney ........ 83. 448 Feingold, Janice Sue .......... 97. 366 Feingold. Pearl .......... 112. 140. 383 Feinstein, Renee .................. 397 Feinstein. Terry Joan ...... 112, 245, 383 Feld, Carol Barbara ........ 183. 396 Feldman, Gayle Elizabeth ...... 382 Feldman, Michelle Ann ............ 383 Feldt, John Harrell .............. 424 Feldt. John Joseph .............. 419 Fe rcio Co- Op .............. 284. 289 Felkel, David Emanuel ............ 470 Felps, Riley Lee ................ 112 Felsenlhal, Daniel Isaac ..245. 343. 440 Felts, Bobby Gerald .............. 112 Fenderbosch, Linda Sue ............ 345 Fenley. Kathleen ................. 140 Fenoglio. Carole Sue .264, 248. -390, 481 Fenoglio, William Henry, Jr. .112. 431 Fenton. Susan Aldridl ...... 112. 270 Fergus. Jomes Theron. Jr .......... 112 Ferguson, Etelka Schmidt ..128. 266. 271. 272. 477 Ferguson, Charles Warren ..50. 406. 486 Ferguson. Gay 112, 160. 244. 161. 395 Ferguson, Harry W ............... 34 Ferguson. Jackson Robert, Jr ..... 519 Ferguson. Jon Edwin ..SO, 130. 143. 158. 256, 472. 516 Ferguson, Kenneth Wayne ....97. 408 Ferguson. Meredith .......... 390. 474 Ferguson, Peggy Jean ........ 112, 363 Ferguson, Phil Moss .......... 130. 143 Ferguson, Sarah Frances Ferguson. Susan Berkley Ferguson. Wallace Taylor Ferguson. William Wade Fermaud. Jacqueline Fermier. Robert Paul Fernandez. Judye Anne Fernandez. Roberta Ann 389 451 143. 486 83. 390 112. 427. 490 ......... 113 83 247. 278. 488 Ferrell, Felix Waymon ............ 522 Ferrell. Jock Earl ................ 410 Ferrell. John Milton ............ .427 Ferrell. Ralph Tillman ..50. 133. 145 144. 449 Ferrier. Rosslynn ............. 83. 247 Ferris. Mary ................. 374 Fetouh. Hilmi M ................ 498 Fetter. Annette .................. 382 Fetter, Carolyn Lee .............. 375 Feuer. Ellen Kay ...... 112. 274 347 Page 538 ' . ' 5 01 ....... 1(1 -It ....... Iff IS. !(; ....... lil : : l. i ' u; " , Bi " 1, IE ....... n ........ il ., , ' ili li] ....... ....... Ill Ill If! 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Elizabeth Anne .112, 127, Film Committee Finch, Clyde Edward Finch. Donald Ray 5C Finch, Stanley Phister Findeisen, Allen Gall ..50. 131. Fine, Carole Ann Finegan. Ann Therese Finesilver, lynn Gay 83, Fink, Albert Henry Fink, Lowell Stephen IS Finke, John C. Jf Finkelstein. Glenda Ann Finkelstein. Rhana Nadelle . Finlay. Thomas Larry Finlayson, Mary Bruce Finley, James Daniel. Ill ...50, ..83. 246. 366, . 440, 143, 112. 276, ..112. . .97. Finler, Mark Hanna 97, 414, Finley. Shoron Marie 97, Ftnley, Sue Virginia ....97, 272, Finn. Virginia Ann . .S3. 183, 266, Finnebough, Paula Pearl F.nney, Charles Marshall ..97. 1S4, 420, Finsterwold, Jane Anita 83, Firtz, James Edward Fischer. Marianne Fischer. Nyla Kay ..112. 291. 490, Fischmon, Lawrence Sheldon .... Fiser, Margaret Anne 112, Fish, Suzanne 112. Fisher. Ann I 7. Fisher. Burton David 448, Fisher. Carolyn Joyce Fisher, Cecil Woodrow, Jr Fisher. Fred Hulen 112, Fisher, Gene Ray Fisher, Joe J 341. Fisher. Joe. Ill Fisher, John Clark Fisher. Koybeth 97, Fisher, Rick Peter SO, Fisher. Stonewall Jackson ..112, 83. 251, 112, Fisher, Susan Faith Fitch. John William, III Fitch, Julia Ann ...... 112, Fitzgerald, Mrs. Evelyn ......... Fit. Gerald. Gerald, Jr ........ SO. Fitzgerald. Harley N ........... Fitzgerald, Jane Ann ............. Fitzgerald. J. Anderson .......... Fitzgera ld. Sandra Kay ...... 112, Fitzhugh. Florence Randal .366, Flack, Walter R ................ Flo.lz. Jane Flannery, Catherine Ann Flonnery, William Waring, Jr. ..430, Flolo, Shelley Blount ........... Flotow. Marc Sigmund ........ 112, Flatl. Doyle Edwin ............. Flatten, Daniel Vincent ...... 112. Flavin. Harry Meade ............. Fleck, I. M ..................... Fleckmon. Dan Adolph ...... 324, Fleming, Carol Koye ........ 112, Fleming. Edmund John ...... 312. Fleming. Judy Lee ............. Fleming. Michael Scott ......... Fleming, Nancye Anne -.112. 365. Fleming, Suzanne ........... 112 Fletcher. Donald Neal ........... Fletcher. Edward Garland ....... Fletcher. Inez ................... Fletcher. Jimmy Roy ............. Fletcher. Ken Michael ........... Fletcher. Kenneth Carl ....... 359, Fletcher, Linda Kay ............ Fletcher. Martha Jane ...... 475, Fletcher. Martha R ........... SO, Fletcher. Richard Earl ...... 282, Flewellen, Margaret Gene ...... 83. Flinn. Ellen Jean .............. Flmn, Helen Margaret ..It 127 266. 348. Pages .97 470 .ISO 432. 467 .422 . 430 .437 132 430 390 ..250 418 407 486 .473 251 480 276. 363 251 ..471 . 414 .451 143. 470 382 364 252. 400 422 464 473 160, 367 366 252 .83 461, 490 464 385 369 268. 380 ..50 254. 521 378 521 290 502 404 377 363 375 464 367 462 437 470 414 321 97 267 434 409. 511 137 395 .458 432 ..SO S76 .129 365 276. 398 .128 389 390 son .391 457 451 523 112 .128 329 3 5 433 .378 .521 483 275 133 407 .279 112 .471 454 S3 481 269 470 364 .51 155. 476 Nome Pages Flmn, Michael Louise 112 Flint. Edwin Maurice 83. 146. 469 Florance. Foye 83, 259, 266, 269, 386 Flores. Abelardo Garcia. Jr. ..153. 470 Flores, Ernesto. Jr 488 Flores, Fred 470 Flores, Margarita 488 Flournoy, Don Michael 39 Flowers, Mike Willke 97, 446 Floyd. Frank Michael 97, 469 Floyd, James Wesley 445 Flukinger, Martin Leonard, Jr 423 Flynn, Theresa Elizabeth 398, 484 Focht, John Arnold 130. 143 Fogorty, Coryn 395 Fogel, Richard Alan ..161, 404, 464 Fogg, Koren 97, 259, 270, 385 Fogle, lonnie 510 Foitaiek, David Stanley 112, 413 Fojlasek, Joseph F 469 Fonorow, Robert Alan 467 Fontno, Lewis Clifton ..280, 281, 522 Foose, Dean Edwin 51 Football 296-311 Foole, Alton Franklin 51, 466 Foote. Brenda Ann 51 Foole, Richard William 436 Foron, Clare E 388 Foran, Lester 34 Forbes, Elroy Weslreer 97 Forbes, Norma Lynn 97, 377 Forbes. Winfred Percilla ..SI, 269, 501 Forbich. Carl Alexander, Jr. ..51, 410 523 Ford. Alice Olivia 266. 273, 388 Ford. Charles Allen 143 Ford. Dr. Hamilton 34 Ford, Emily Ann 385 Ford, Faith 51, 394 Ford, Henry Stephen 424 Ford, Kenneth Wayne 112 Ford. Suson Choppell ..97, 127, 156, 182, 252, 266, 279, 388 Ford, Tommy Cline 312 Ford, Walter Don 423 Foreman, Nell Ray 378 Foreman. Will Mulkey 112, 281 Forgy, John Dee 426 Fornha, Billy Edward 497 Forney, Scott William 450 Forrest, Don Smith 500 Forrest, Larry Charles 51, 480 Forrester, Robert Donald ..83, 128, 445 Forsyth, A. Sandra 274, 373 Fortenberry, Kirby Carl 128 Fortin, Larry David 416 Fortney, Walter Scott, III 430 Foster, Betty Jean 245, 380 Foster, David Edwin 112, 246, 409 Foster, Diana lynne 83, 378 Foster, Perry Tindall 245, 444 Foster. Robert E 138, 161. 490 Foster, Sandra Elizabeth 112, 356 Foster, Travis Hayden 445 Fountain, Barbara Nell ..98, 183, 252. 386 Founlain, Corl Wayne 516 Fountain, Maggie H 83, 128, 272 Fouls, Judith Frances 83 Fowler, David Wayne ....130, 143, 466 Fowler, Dorothy Macksyne 291 Fowler, Ethel Crawley 51 Nome Pages Franklin. David Lee 83. 277 Franklin. Louis Jerome. Jr 469 Franklin, Sara Ann S3. 362. SOI Franklin Vivien Leigh 98, 246 Franks, diorlynn 51. 362 Frantz. Carol Louise 113. 369 Fronti. Joe Bertram 141. 249 Franz. Bonnie Ruth 113. 273 Franz. Mrs. R Lloyd 253 Fraternities 401.464 Fraustro, Juan Francisco 502 Froze. Denny T 484 Froze, lonny S 484 Frazler, Bevis 8 83, 454 Frazier. David G 487 Frazier, James 521 Frazier. Mary Margaret Glosscock 264, 399 Frozier. Oscar Howard 450 Frozier, Robert 469 Fred. Randall Stephen 404 Fredericks, Thomas 251 Frederiksen. Jon Erik 512 Freeman, Barbara Ann 268 Freeman, Charles Harold 113 Freeman. Joe Hardie 446 Freeman. Joe Reed 51 Freeman, Juondo June 51 Freeman, Loretta Jeane 253. 484 Freeman. Marguerite 2, 264 Freeman, Peggy Jane 98, 372 Freeman, Richard Leslie 136 Freeman, Suzanne 113 Freeman, William B, jr 97. 469 Freeman, William David 83 Freid. Gerald Arthur 448 Freiden, Lenore Potricia 366 Freithaler, William Oscar 135 French. Carolyn 51. 255. 364 French, James Dee 147 French. Kathleen 113, 365 French William Allen . .98, 246, 423. 514 Frenkll, Helena Rebecca ..113, 160. 276. 367 Freihmen 107-124 Freihmon 8oiebo " 337 Freshman Baikerbalf 321 Freifiman Beauties 185 Freihmon Council 246 Freshman Football 312 Freshman Track 329 Freyer, Carol Ann 83, 366 Freytag, Wallace 39 Friars 132 Frias, Robert Herbert 469 Frick, Patricia Lou 113, 253 Friday, Mary Lois 83, 253 Friedman, Alan Stanley 456 Friedman. Harriet Ray 97, 382 Friedman, Natalie Ruth 366 Friedrich, Edwin Reinard, jr 472 Friedrich. Otto Marvin, Jr 131. 143 Friedrich. Ralph Wayne 470 Friend; Llereno Beaufort 363 Friery, Wanda lee 113, 251, 375 Friesner, Mary Elizabeth 276 Frlk, Alton Glenn, Jr 484 Fritchie, James Charles 444 Fritz, Janet Lavern ..98, 253. 271, 385 Frnka, Burk Ralph 143. 469 Froellck. Weldon Wayne ..83. 140, 152 Fowler. Mack Humbert 112, 261 Fowler, May Elizabeth 392 Fowler, Thomas Hoskell 112, 437 Fox, Albert Louis 470 Fox, Bruce Allen 456 Fox, Carol 160. 369 Fox. Charles Edwin 51. 470 Fox, Daniel Burr 287 Fox, Dean Swift 51 Fox. Donald A. Major 506 Fox. Gerry lee 466 Fox. Janelle Maxine ..97, 245, 396, 481 Fox. John Bloke 51 Fox, Lewis Michael 51 Fox, Louis James 456 Fox, Mary Ann 376 Fox. Neilo 254 Fax, Patricia Ann 266. 273 Fox. Philhs Ann 51, 364 Fox, William Gilbert 1S4, 158 Foyt, Charles 8 98, 442 Fraclmon, Joann 366, 481 Fradejos, Remedios Guzman ..39, 278 Fradkln. Allan Hindi 136, 457 France, Mary Frances ....112, 273, 379 Francis. Eugenia 113. 253, 395 Francis. Vivian 289 Frank, Joy Edward 51 Frank, Karen Hill 386 Frank, Victoria Elizabeth ..83, 259, 386 Fronka. Floyd Edward 131 Franke. John E 83 Fronkland. Andy Edwin 113 Franklin, Albert George 454 Franklin. Carol Jean 252, 376 Fronklm. Charles Robert 113. 251 Frost, Diane Rae 381 Frost, Donald Harold 460 Frost, Patricia Lee 373 Frucht, Brenda lou 366 Fruhman, Barton leroy 440, 510 Fry. John Edwin ..98, 452. 471, 478 Fry. Michael Scott ..51, 159, 244. 249. 250. 422, 517 Fry. Robert Aaron 480 Fryar. Allan Cory 98. 436 Fuchs, Richard 137 Fuchi. Walter Roy 470 Fuhrman, Carolyn Brinker 51 Fuhrmonn. John Stanley 288 Fulghom. Jackson Thornton 431 Fuller. Joseph Anthony 408 Fuller, Fronn 388 Fuller, James Melton 467. 500 Fuller, loyce Jeannine 98 385 Fuller. Marie Marschall 39 Futlilove, Douglas Neal 299. 418 Fullingim, Patricia Brencryz ....51. 394 Fullwiler. James Lewis 98 Fulton. Carmen Wren 83. 394 Fulton. George Richard. Jr 454 Fulton. Michael Morrison 51. 422 Fulton. Steven Dennis 417 Fults. Jomes Earl 296, 299, 308. 346 Fultl. Bonnie Elaine 362 Fulwiler. James Lewis 517 Fulwiler, Robert N 51 Funk. John 408 Funk. Joseph Ebner 34, 51, 430. 478. 487 Funk. Paul Dierk 460 Funk. Walter Burton 98 Furlong. Richard Wilson 130. 143 S om urlow, jimmy Harold Pages 113 urmon Philip Au y 473 urrh Jack Ft If on 436 464 urrh, John Eubank . . . . 34 428 urrh. William Madison urse, Glendo Goyle . usen. Elisabeth Gail . . ulhey. Vickl Carole . 126, 428 .246. 251. 398 ..113. 273. 363 113. 399 .131. 400 441 430 498 143 442 98, 290 437 38 2 412 500 512 346 469 147. 503 269 G Gabriel, Gait 98, 246, 368 Gochmon, Arnold Gene Goedcke, Gilbert Dewey Gofer, Ghozi . . . Gafford. Burns N Gafford. Daniel Shellon Cage, Sandra Lee Gage, Theodore Alan . Gainer. Mrs. Sally Gaines, George Edward Gaines, John W Goines. Robert Show Goiney. Hollis H Gainey, Hugh Gerrord 51 , Gainey, John Michael, III ..51, 153. 244, 247, 252. Gojdos. Grace Elayne 83. 266. Galbrolth. Homer David 51. 466 Galbreath. William James ..113, 136. 407 Galeener, Janet lyn ..83, 156. 182. 194. 245. 376. 400 Galeener. Judye Ann ..113. 244, 252. 273. 377 Calindo. Martha C 266, 267 Calinn. Leonore Marian ..83, 383, 482 Gallagher, Richard Michael, Jr 496 Golloher. Judith Ellen 98. 246. 365 Galloway, Lawrence Cecil, Jr 462 Galle, Janice 127. 276, 495 Gall, more. Max S3. 422 Galloway, Daniel Graham ..51, 131. 143. 277 Galloway, Ellen Frances 289 Galoob. Debra 160, 244, 396 Gal van, Joanne Eloise 83 Golvon. Jose 113. 151 Gal van, Salvador Jaime 473 Galvln. June Beverly 98, 269 Gomol. Saod M 498 Gamble. Sharon Nichole 274 Gamblin. Bobby Frank 312 Camboo. Gonzalo, III SI. 467, 488 Gomes and Tournaments Committee 253 Gomez, George L 113 Comma Delta 485 Gamma Alpha Chi 1 49 Gamma Phi (eta 348. 350, 386. 387 Gondy. Charles Taylor 1 2? Candy, James Alton 408 Coney, lillie Virginia 51 Gonnoway, Andrew Gregory 43 " Cannaway. Billie Melville 50C Gorbode. William Charles 505 Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Conrado Garcia, Gustavo Garcia, Garcia Alejandro 287 Anita Sylvia ISO .51, 151 48J 522 290 288 287 478 478 508 luis Humberto ...... 469. Maria Elda .............. Garcia, Pedro .......... 98, 284, Garcia, Ramon Antonio .......... Card. Robert Creel ........... Gardner, Ann .............. 399, Gardner. Beverly Whelchel ........ Gardner. Dan Nobles ..153. 353, Gardner, Elizabeth Ann .113, 276. 369 Gardner. Elizabeth Louise ---- 362. 49? Gardner, Gray ................. 253 Gardner Herman Lawrence, Jr. -.424 478 Gardner, James Donlev ............ 40 Gardner, John Graham, Jr ..... 98, 148 Gardner, linda Claire ............ 37 Gardner. Milton Del .......... 51, 46i Gardner, Pete D ................. ' 37 Gardner William Reavis 51. 133. 137 143. 146. 469 Gardner William Terry ........ 426 Gorfield Lawrence 83 245. 441, 470 Garland, lorry R ................. 98 Garmony, Jane Lois .......... 98, 376 Corner, Billy Jock ........... 98 490 Garner. James Bead ........ 113. 490 Garner. Jimmy Gene ...,131, 143. 470 Garner, lewie Douglass .......... 444 Gamer, Philip Franklin ...... 148. 411 Garner, Robert Newton .......... 135 Garner, Sadie Janece ............. 98 Garner. William Mark ........ 151. 489 Garnett. Grosvenor Howard ........ 131 Cornell. Robert Hendale ...... 148. 421 Garnett. Wesley Harold. Jr. 113. 421 Coronzik. lynn Alan .......... 490 Gorrard. Martha Helene 83 267. 48S Gorrord. William lash. Jr ....... 139 Garrett. Ben Bryan. Jr ....... 113 421 Gorrelt. Gory W ............. 51. 47 ' Gorrelt. Jan Homen .......... 98. 5?1 Page 540 Pages 470 .141, 277 83 ...523 Nome Garrett, Jerry W Garrett, Larry Jesse . Garrett, Linda Garreft, Robert Neal Garrett. Rogers Elmer, Jr. . IS-l. 490, 502, 519 Garrett, William Donald 113 Garrigan, Jill Hunter 276 Garrison, Arthur Dwayne 470 Garrison, Ben Paul 51, 470 Garrison, Gerald Victor 417, 512 Garrison, Glenn Lloyd 142, 243 Garrison, Homer, III (Trey) ..113, 245, 403, 523 Gartman, Ellen Alvern 83 Gartner, Joella Marie 52, 267 Gartner, Robert Louis 517 Garver, Richard Lloyd 98 Garza, Ben L 151 Garza, Eugenio, Jr 500 Garza, Joel 281 Garza, Manuel 502 Garza, Martha Laura 247, 253 Garza, Roy C 52, 468 Goskell, George Crosby 80, 418 Gaskell.Gunter Kimbrough . .83,446 467 Gaskin, Carol Lynn ' ..98 Gaskin, Martha Louise 98, 271, 484 Gaskin, H. L 153 Gaskins, Robert Fllmore 98, 412 Gass, Brenda Kay 113, 276 Gaston, Carol Margaret 98, 368 Gaston, Robert Otis 435 Gates, Elaine Bruce 348 Gates, Frederick Charles 152 Gates, Prudence Ann 267 Gates, Walter C 473 Gatewood, Sarah Virginia 83, 386 Catlin, Carl 143, 471 Gatlin, Donald Herman 436 Gatlin, Earl Gene 98 Gattis, William Ernest ..133, 143, 469 Gauger, Mary Boyce 52, 268 Gauntt, Jimmy Dan 113, 286 Gautier, James Emmett 451 Gay, Linda Lee 113 Gay, Marilyn Sue 83 Gayden, William Kernan 455, 511 Gayle, James Ray, III 346, 406 Gayle, Janice Alma 98, 244, 384 Gayle, Walter Charles 497 Gaylor, Bruce Garland 447 Gearner, June 268 Gebauer, Doroth, .36, 127, 155, 249, 289 Gebhard, Thomas Granville, Jr 472 Name Pages Geddie. Prentice F 98 Gee, Carol Anne 98, 269 Gee, Judson Curtis 408 Gee, Mayling 113 Geiger, John M 250 Geissen, Lloyd Anthone 98, 510 Geller, Norma Elaine 113, 383 Genung, John Allen ..159, 296, 299, 303, 308, 346, 430 Genz, Ralph Herman 131, 143 George, Charles Floyd, Jr. . .52,131143,470 George, Norman Ernest, Jr 462 George, Sharon Kaye 1 27 George, Walter Eugene, Jr 142, 144 Gerald, Daphne Dee 98, 275 Gerant, Mary Louise 266, 268 Gerdes, Stephen Charles 98, 523 Geren, Thomas James 283 Gerguin-Otero, Manuel Orlando ....39 Gerhart, Kleta Jeanne 83, 289 Gerhard!, Edgar Lewis, III 148 Gerhardt, William, Jr 152 Gerick, Harriet Rae 382 Gerling, Jack 472 Gerloff, John Leland, Jr 481 Germain, William Bennett 98 Germane, Julius Louis 512 Germer, Lawrence Louis 491 Geron, Mary Catherine 362 Gerrard. Donald Michael 420 Gerron, Thomas Gerald 52, 148 Gersbach, Charles Franklin 285 Gersbach, La Wanda 52 Gershner, David A 467, 477, 507 Gershon, Sherry Ann 113, 367 Getchell, Henry Oren 420 Geyer, Walter Louis, Jr. ..138, 491, 502 Ghadimi, Rassoul Najaf 469 Ghazarian, G. Kevork 498 Gibbons, Harry Wayne ..113, 259, 500 Gibbons, James Thomas ..52, 471, 516 Gibbons, John Lee 98 Gibbs, Barbara Lynn 113, 482 Gibbs, George Durden, Jr 159, 244 Gibbs, Harriet Bernice 274, 365 Gibbs, Russell Killian, Jr 133, 469 Gibler, Sheridan Taylor ..98, 136, 408 Gibson, Beverly Ann ....83, 183, 390 Gibson, Jack Farris, Jr 52, 462 Gibson, James William ..113, 403, 481 Gibson, Jerry Allen 113 Gibson, Jerry Pat 433 Gibson, John James 426 Gibson, Luther Jackson 98, 491 " It ' s the shoes that make the man or the Co-ed. Other people look at your shoes. Why don ' t you? " DACY ' S CAMPUS SHOE STORE DACY ' S 2348 6UADALUPE " on the drag " 610 CONGRESS downtown Austin Adjacent to the Forty Acres of The University of Texas A Dream becomes A Reality The FORTY ACRES CLUB Page 541 Pog l Gibion, Michael Roy 444 Gibion, Nathan Clifford 261, Harold Norton 431 G.ddcns. Kolhryn Adtle 57, 384 Giddens, lydia France] 291 Gidley, William Froncii 140. 15? Gieger, Ronald M 449 Gierhart, Byron Jackson 446, 471 Gieieck . Carol M 477 Giese., Ronald Jam f ....83, 151, 277 Gieie-x, Samuel Charlei ..322, 324, 328. 346, 418 Gilford, Edwin Alton 480, 482 Gilford. Gene 29?, 428, 522 Gillord. Troy Amo 113 Gilbert. Belly 98. 384, 251 Gilbert, Diann 267 Gilbert, Edwin Jam i 44? Gilbert, Jamei Woyn ..314, 316, 318. 319, 346. 431 Gilbert, Juliui Morrii 448 Gilbert, Kenneth Earl 442 Gilbert. Linda 98. 247, 395 Gilbert, Paul Forit 98, 491, 523 Gilbert. Yvetle Roberta 113 Gilbreoth, Cecil Ray 470 Gilbreath, Judith Diann 113 Gilchritt. James Lee 411 Gilei. Richard Anthony 52. 418 CHI. Betty Jean. 98. 251, 266, 267, 374 Gill, Ned, Jr 446, 478 Gill, Wilmo Ann J70, 375 Gillosp.e, Jomei David 52, 444 Gillaipy, William Roger, Ml ...98 Gillespie. Campbell Hainton 422 Gilleipie, Marlon laird 285 Gilleipie, K. Annette 484 G.lletpie. Michael Wad 427 Gilleipie. Victor H 98 Gillnpi . Von P 412 G.I left. Ru ' h E 52, 250, 388 Gillham. Bobby Ray 83 Gilliom, Burl Darwin 152 Gillian, Jomei M 57 G. II. land. Ray Morrii 151 Gillii. John Milton 487 Gilmer, Jeiiie Adele 246. 251 Gilmore, ROM Beth ....83. 150. 376 Gilpin, Goyl 348 GiUtrop. Frank Modiion ..136, 312. 453 Gilitrop. Howard C 431 Ginn. Gordon I... 330, 332, 334. 346 Ginn. Judith Ann 362 Giniberg. Michael A 98, 449 Giniberg. Sidney Sol ....98. 457, 471 Giniburg. Eleonor Ann 367 G.pion. Don Carlos 5W Gipwn. Roy Alvin ..434 Gipion. Wondo lee 52. 290 Girard, Barry Woyn 8J Girord. Polly Ann ! Girdner. Mary Eliiabth 83. 380 Giullre, Dennii M.choel . .98, 469. 523 Giveni, Edward Swinney 444 Gjentod. Gunnor 140, 151 Gienlod. Mri. Gunnor 150 Glong !. Evaleo 126, 3 Glanges. Joanna 1 ' GloKO, Shirley Mo i Gla r. Kenneth Roy 404, 470 Glasgow, Thomai Weldon 148 Glo$, Carolyn Edna 98. 374, 499 Gloss Dalorn Margor ! Glon Martha Jan 98, 374 Glou. Thomol Wtbrook ..113, 421, 491 Glaiicock, Lanelte 390 Glouett, Richard Shrinw 136, 431 Glauman, Samuel David 440, 511 Gloit Alan Lawrence 449 Glaibrook, Ed P.ttui ....113. 751, 484 Gloir, S. 57, 161. 448, 507 Gleoion . Rob rt Sleele 444 Glenn. Cecil Jim 253 Glenn. Charlotte Ann 291 Glenn. Freddie Jo 52. 148. 254, 500 Glenn. John Deovenport 136 Gl enney , Amy Jean 502 Click, Donna Gail ...98. 366 Glickmon, Juliul 83. 246. 503 Glicknon. Michael Stuort 457 Glidewell, Jomei Arthur 423 Glou rmon. Abigail Carol .157, 245. 252, 366. 483 Glouon, Robert Eugene 98. 517 Glover, Jomei Alton 455 Glover. Thomai R 142 Gloyna. Earneit Frederick ... 130. 143 Gluckmon. Joseph Anthony ..83, 440. 507 Gober, Burma Anndeon Gober, John Y 98 Goddord. Carolyn Lee 83. 377, 477 Goddard. Jock Alton 453 Goddord. Jo Gillii 414 Godfrey. Carol Kay 52, 378 Godfr.y. Gory Crawford .98. 353. 437. 511 Godfrey. Thomas Gray ..83, 131, 143. 151, 470, 514. 507 Nam Pogw Godwin, Chorlei Wayne 52 Godwin, David Frank ....52, 141, 262 Goecke. John Robert 113 Goerner, Chorl ! L 52 Golf. Charlei Frederick ..83. 264. 426. 464 Golf. Virginia Guinn 113, 266 Gains, Eva Clyde 289 Gold. Ruth Estelle 294 Goldberg. Audrey 52, 396 Goldberg. Charlei Ned ..244. 746. 751. 456. 509 Goldberg, Edwyn Irving 246, 455 Goldberg, Elida Michel ..113, 268, 484 Goldberg, Janice Elaine 52, 382 Golden. Alvin Jouph 128 Goldn, Jo Bob 346 Goldfeder, Gory Alvin 440, 511 Goldfield. Hornet Sue 98, 382 Goldfmger. Jacob Joel 404. 516 Goldin. Judith Ann 113, 278 Goldman. Ronald Jay 113, 449 Goldmann, Mary Frneitine 375 Goldreytr, Natalie 773, 396 Goldlberry. Tommy G 39 Goldsmith, Donna Lynn 113, 367 Goldsmith, Larry Wayn 113. 411 Goldstein, Ion M.choel 425 Goldst in, Melonie Jan 31 Goldstein. Sharon Jon 52, 382 Golf 341 Golla, Emil 142, 144, 468 Golloday, lanni Erin 83 Gollodoy. Mary H l n 83 Golly. Jeanne Mori ..253, 266, 269 Golion, William Robrt 52, 472 Goltzmon, Leonard J 448 Comn. Dolor.i 266, 272 Comer. Fernando Rogelio Gomez, Joel 52 Gomez, Roiorio ' 13. 268 Gomez, Ruben Richard Ill Gomp rtz. Mrs. Edith 448 Gonzales. louii, Jr Gonzalez, Edward Eiquivl 140 Goniolu. Caspar Martin 57. 473 Gonzalez, Guodolup B 5? Gonzolcs, Jos Antonio 512 Gonzalez, Jos moria 483 Gonzalez, Mario, Jr 488, 508 Contain, Olilo 791 Gonzalez, Raul, Jr 513 Gonzalez, Tomos 157 Gonzalez, Zoilo 150 Gonzolez-Gerth. Enrique 3i Gooch. J. A 33 Good, Paul Longfellow 50; Goodoll. Brooki 261 Good. Soro Phyllii ..98, 127, 251, 269, 380 Goodn, Elizabeth Ann. 52, 267 Goodf.llowi 193-196 Goodman, Jacob Yudy 404 Goodman, Linda Sharon 366 Goodman. Michol Norman 252, 405 Goodman, Roy Simi 346 Goodnight, Joms Poril ..147, 261, 426 Goodrich, Floyd, Jr 143 Goodson, Frddi Ray 484 Goodsttin, Jerald Philip 405, 51 Goodwin, Billi Kathleen ..127, 252, 261 Goodwin, Robert Marion 52, 450 Goollby. Richard Earl 282 Gorbett, Deanno Lee 398 Gordon, Carroll Clar 389 Gordon, Glendo Lea HI Gordon, H ln 289 Gordon , Joan 380 Gordon, Martha Sue 83 Gordy. Joyce Lynn 52, 362, 501 Gore, Zola Louise 290 Gorham, Carol Jean 127 Gorman, Larry Roll 312 Gorman. Rodman Edward 427 Gorrell, Roger Lee 153 Goich, Ernest Miller 131. 470 Got . Roger lamar 159, 746, 472 Con. Suion M 482 Gott, Deene ... 52, 296. 799. 304, 346. 457 Gottwold, Alii Sue 57 Gould. Kothryn Jean 98, 269 Gound, Norman Allord 152 Gowon, John Roland 447 Gowdey, Caroline 379 Gowd y. Jonet Keeble 378 Groce. Phillip Monroe 519 Grocey. Jomei Clar