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Property of Texas Student Publications DO NOT REMOVE FROM OFFICE ! " ' ' ' , ,- x . - - (P A (PTTT v v 1 U Page 2 J i J ' " REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD Editor-in-Chief DONNA SUE NELSON Associate Editor FAYE FLORANCE Editorial Assistant LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR. General Manager FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY Business Manager THE UNIVERSITY V OF TEXAS AUSTIN, TEXAS MARGUERITE FREEMAN Production Manager Published by TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. Volume 69 Page 3 ; I 4 I o II it FOR0A ORD " The Eyes of Texas are upon you " ... so many times have we students stood when we heard the familiar introductory blasts of the trumpets of the Longhorn Band. This is one of many traditions of The University of Texas that brings the impact of the spirit of the Orange and White. Various factors have brought many in- dividuals together on the Forty Acres to build our intellectual community. Yet there is one thing that all twenty thousand students have in common. We are part of an institution of higher learning and are sharing experiences which will en- rich the pathway that lies ahead. To the beginning freshman and to the graduat- ing senior, both the good and bad times of 1961-1962 will bring memories linger- ing many years hence. The cry " I ' m through! " is the outlet after finals, and then follows " See you in September! " But for the ones who won ' t be back in the fall comes the realization that maybe the University isn ' t such a bad place after all ... registration, classes, quizzes, and finals. This is The University of Texas. v ft . ' , ' 1 A J Najpp - ? t : SL - Mf THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Nineteen Hundred Sixty-Two Page 6 ' Administration 25-40 Limelight 41-72 Features 73-120 Student Government 121-137 Publications 138-146 Dormitories 147-161 Co-Operatives 162-172 ORGANIZATIONS Sororities 173-212 Fraternities 213-276 Organizations 277-313 Military 314-336 ATHLETIC Varsity Sports 337-384 Freshmen Sports 385-392 Intramurals 393-408 ACADEMIC Honoraries 409-428 Professional 429-435 Service 436-444 Seniors and Graduates 445-484 Juniors 485-496 Sophomores 497-508 Freshmen 509-524 Awards 525-527 Chronology 528-535 Index and Advertising 536 Page 7 THE STUDENT IS THE UNIVERSITY . . . It ' s a busy life. Always on the go to : One of the many lounge areas. Parties at fraternity houses, Round-Up dances, the Union. Memorial Stadium, resounding with " Texas Fight. " Back to the Dorm. Page 8 %,. Page 9 u bU Registering at last Hearing the familiar " ITS at 8 is all that is left " What shall I do? The next task of the day, buying text books Combining effort and earphones to learn " Como Esta Usted " or " Parle vous Francaise " Sweating the D-F borderline of E601 ! Page 11 Page 12 Burning midnight oil after dorm curfews Taking advantage of the quiet study atmosphere at the library Spending hours to obtain the desired results of chemistry experiments ' Summer vacation brought Relaxation for some, Studies for others, And a new dance Fall saw the onslaught of the crowded dance floor; the Twist came into vogue Many enjoy picnics in the Hills Or TGIF at Dirty ' s Page 15 Did you ever . . . Have trouble finding a table for coffee at 10 a.m. in the Union . . . Try to find a blind date in Kinsolving . . . Relax on the raft at Hamilton ' s Pool . . . Watch Texas play in the Cotton Bowl game . . . The Forty Acres . . . Garrison Hall houses the favorite Gov. 610. BEB survived the bomb scare . . . One of the many paths to the English Building and Barker History Center. George Washington is an excellent meeting place . . . Another hole on campus, the new addition to Gregory Gym. Page 19 THE BIG WEEKENDS . . . Round-Up Varsity Carnival OU in Dallas Page 20 ISL The Orange lights of the Tower . The Longhorns ' Bevo . . . Cotton Bowl with Ole Miss . . . Reminders of The University of Texas . r at U ' i !?! ' llll Page 22 BBB s H II H ! 1 L- i_J II All II II II STUDENTS Thornlee Elaine Alvis Carol Jean Ballew William Andrew Barton Donald William Belknap, Jr. Shirley Arbuckle Calvert Rufus Harold Clement John McCampbell Davis Robert Allen Harbaugh Jerry Maurice Hemke Richard Spencer Lewis Jerald Hugh McClure John L. Myers, Jr. Sidney Lynn Ray Robert G. Roden Carole Ann Schnabel Doyle Ernest Ware, Jr. FACULTY Evert Mordecai Clark Emanuel Edrich George Charles Marius Engerrand Bennie A. Ferrone J. Milton French Goldwin Goldsmith Robert Adger Law Banks McLaurin Eduard Micek John Elmer Molnar Arthur Edward Murphy Eugene P. Schoch Robert W. Warner Francis L. Whitney Robert Haden Williams STAFF Frank L. Johnson Jerry Lee Magee Gina Maria Mezzetti Page 24 Page 25 PRICE DANIEL Governor of the State of Texas Page 26 THE. BOARD OF Chairman THORNTON HARDIE Vice-Chairman W. W. HEATH Secretary BETTY ANNE THEDFORD WALTER P. BRENAN, San Antonio J. P. BRYAN, Freeport H. FRANK CONNALLY, JR., Waco THORNTON HARDIE, El Paso W. W. HEATH, Austin WALES H. MADDEN, JR., Amarillo A. G. McNEESE, JR., Houston JOHN S. REDDITT, Lujkin FRENCH M. ROBERTSON, Abilene Left to Right: Brenan, Madden, McNeese, Redditt, Hardio, Connally, Heath, Robertson, Bryan. Page 27 HARRY HUNTT RANSOM Chancellor of The University of Texas Page 28 JOSEPH ROYALL SMILEY President of The University of Texas Page 29 OF THE- MAfN UNn ERfir NORMAN HACKERMAN V ' ice-President and Provost GLENN EDWARD BARNETT Dean of Students JAMES H. COLVIN Business Manager Pa B e 30 CHARLES PAUL BONER Executive Director Ofjice 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 T ' ODON CHARLES LESHIKAR Bursar F. C. McCONNELL Director, Division of Housing and Food Service JACK HOLLAND Director, Personnel Office Page 31 AND DfROOR ARNO NOWOTNY Dean of Student Lite MARGARET PECK Dean of Women EDWIN BOOTH PRICE Director, Student Activities Assistant Dean of Student Life JOHN G. STEELE Director, Loans and Scholarships Page 32 WILLIAM J. HALL Director, Student Employment Bureau WILLIAM HUBERT BAUGHN Associate Dean, College of Business Administration JOHN ALTON BURDINE Dean, College of Arts and Sciences HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE Dean, College of Pharmacy PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER Director, School of Architecture E. WILLIAM DOTY Dean, College of Fine Arts ROBERT RAYMOND DOUGLASS Director, Graduate School of Library Science JAMES R. D. EDDY Dean, Division of Extension WILLIAM WALSH HAGERTY Dean, College of Engineering LAURENCE D. HASKEW Dean, College of Education Page 33 LEO HUGHES Associate Dean, Graduate School W. PAGE KEETON Dean, School of Law LORRIN GARFIELD KENNAMER Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences JOE WEST NEAL Director, International Office LORA LEE PEDERSON Director, Graduate School of Social Work DeWITT CARTER REDDICK Director, School of Journalism JOHN ORMAND RODGERS Associate Dean, College of Education W. GORDON WHALEY Dean, Graduate School JOHN ARCH WHITE Dean, College of Business Administration Page 34 HWfl 7PE- UNIVEROIV JAMES CLAY DOLLEY Vice-Chancellor LAURENCE D. HASKEW Vice-Chancellor FRANKLIN LANIER COX Vice-Chancellor Page 35 THE. UNIVERSITY OP TEXAS GRAVES W. LANDRUM Assistant to the Chancellor WILLIAM WOODROW STEWART Endowment Officer CHARLES HERMAN SPARENBERG Comptroller FRANK D. GRAYDON Budget Officer WILLIAM EDWARD KEYS Director, University News and Information Service Page 36 BURNELL WALDREP Land and Trust Attorney W. D. BLUNK Associate Director CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN Assistant Director JAMES S. TRIOLO Executive Director OFFICERS Chairman Vice-Chairman . . . Executive Director Associate Director Assistant Director . . . . DAN C. WILLIAMS EDWARD CLARK .... JAMES S. TRIOLO W. D. BLUNK CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN THE BOARD Hines 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 Wales H. Madden, Jr., Amarillo Dan C. Williams, Dallas J. Francis Morgan, El Paso J. M. Odom, Austin J. L. Patton, Tyler Charles N. Prothro, Wichita Falls Harry Huntt Ransom, Austin Tom Sealy, Midland Preston Shirley, Galveston The University of Texas Development Board is the agency of The University of Texas responsible to the Chancel- lor 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 37 The University of Texas Dads ' Association is composed of all fathers of students, present or past, of The University of Texas. Pro- vision is made for participating memberships through the payment of dues, however, and membership in this category each year ex- ceeds 3,000. The Dads ' Association sponsors Dads ' Day each year during the fall. This school year it was observed on November 11. 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 Dads ' Day, the Dads ' Association publishes the U. T. Dads ' Digest, maintains the Dads ' Association Scholarship Fund and makes several student awards. This year Maria Elinor Medina and James Denny Dannebaum won the Best All Around Girl and Best All Around Boy awards. OFFICERS President J. K. BUTLER Vice-Presidents JACK S. JOSEY A. E. McKAY FELIX R. MCKNIGHT LlP NORVELL GAIL WHITCOMB Past Presidents J. BROWN CUTBIRTH HARRY C. WEBB JOHN W. HAMPTON JUDGE J. LEE DITTERT Treasurer Secretary . BISHOP BAILEY COLONEL D. HAROLD BYRD JUDGE ALTON B. CHAPMAN E. B. CHAPMAN ALLEN COWDEN HOWARD T. Cox DR. HAMILTON FORD DR. J. B. HEATH MARION A. OLSON DR. C. M. PHILLIPS HARRY W. FERGUSON STANLEY M. ERSKINE RICHARD W. BLALOCK E. G. MORRISON W. D. BLUNK Charles Adleta Allen Bailey Dr. John B. Barnett, Sr. Dr. G. V. Brindley, Jr. Jack P. Burrus, Jr. S. H. Collier Robert D. Fletcher EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Lester Foran Joe E. Funk John D. Furrh, Jr. Jack S. Gray Robert L. Hatchett, Jr. W. A. Landreth Hugh Munn D. C. Norwood Roger W. Pipkin R. E. Robertson Davis Scarborough Robert B. Smither, Sr. J. Clyde Tomlinson Dr. Courtney M. Townsend Dr. Walter Walthall Front Row: Ferguson, Morrison, Butler, Erskine, Olson, Dittert, Heath. Second Row: Whitcomb, Byrd, Cowden, Cox, Norvell, Josey, Ford; Blunk. Page 38 JACK RUSSELL MAGUIRE Executive Secretary The Ex-Students ' Association is only two years younger than The University of Texas itself, having been or- ganized 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 num- ber 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 a 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 headquarters in the Home Economics Build- ing. JOHN B. HOLMES President Front Row: Willie Mae Edwards, Betty Olguin, Beverly Skinner, Rebecca Chilton, Pat Maguire, Loraine Jackson, Jean LeNoir. Second Rote: Charles Schneider, John Crawford, Norman Heard, Mary Welge, Euna Faye Pryor, Mary Campbell, Joyce Wilson, Ed Gullion, John Walton, Harry Wise. Page 39 OFU 0 UEN Seated : Dorothy Gebauer, Margaret Peck, Helen Margaret Flinn. Standing: Dorothy W. Dean, Mary Miller Arnold. AND SfUDENTUFE Seated: Edwin Booth Price, William David Carr, Arno Nowotny. Standing: David Hildreth Thomas, Rollin Al- bert Sininger. OFFICE Left to Right: Joe W. Neal, Gail A. Ratliff, Dolores Silva, Nancy Lawrence, Mollie 0. Doyle, Bert Engelhardt. Page 40 v i i T?i CAMPU IE UNIVERSITY U WEU6HT Page 41 Qwv Mjdb oj lta UiOu0itf6j Page 42 Page 43 Miss Annette Skam Kasmau niuebonnet Kelle Page 44 Page 45 Miss Nancy Jane Page 46 ' . - ? Page 47 Miss Katkryn Phoebe Odom Pagr 48 I Page 49 Page 51 Miss $udy MH Wkite Page 53 BARBARA BURT KAY ANDREA COLEMAN BtUEBONNET BELIE JESSICA ROYECE DARLING DOROTHY ANN MOBLEY ZANE ANN MORGAN Page 54 FREDELL ANN PINKENSON NANCY ELIZABETH SCHLEGEL BtUEBONNET CYNTHIA LEE SHOPTAW A MARNA SUSAN TUCKER SCHERRIE L. WATSON Puge 55 SWEETHEART FREDELL ANN PINKENSON ANN S. KASMAN Page 56 DOROTHY ANN MOBLEY MARTHA GAY KOKERNOT Page 57 Ann Connor Brown Janice Mary Chadwell Caren Maynett Cox Jessica Royece Darling Susan Chappell Ford Judye Ann Galeener Michelle Guillot Delia Mae Henderson Helen Elizabeth Houston Carol Glee Ingram Ann S. Kasman Martha Gay Kokernot Patricia Ann McGuire Eddie Rebecca Maxey Dorothy Ann Mobley Nancy Jane Nelson Kathryn Phoebe Odom Caroline Olson Fredell Ann Pinkenson Mary Jane Pratscher Mary Manson Pulver Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Maida Singer Mary Gayle Weber Judy Ann White Page 58 BLUEBONNET BELLE NOMINEES Deanna Alleman Patricia Ruth Aston Kate Sydney Badash Sherry Arlene Barlow Sherry Virginia Benn Dana Dee Benson Jody Blazek Barbara Claire Brookner Charna E. Bulba Barbara Burt Janice Mary Chadwell Nancy Kay Cole Kay Andrea Coleman Julia Corley Carol Ann Cory Jessica Royece Darling Diane M. Dodson Francis Ann Drake Joan Dunlap Suzanne Eleanore Earhart Bonnie Annie Laurie Ebest Judy Jane Evetts Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Pearl Feingold Carol Barbara Feld Roberta Ann Fernandez Alice Olivia Ford Barbara Nell Fountain Judye Ann Galeener Melanie Jane Goldstein Mary Ella Graham Natalie Iris Greenberg D. Janelle Greenwood Zeta Lynne Grossnickle Michelle Guillot Lynn Newman Hadaway Sandra Alma Halliday Susan V. Hammond Linda Ruth Harvey Delia Mae Henderson Anne Herdman Helen Hicks Martha M. Holland Roberta Lee House Helen Elizabeth Houston Linda Kay Huckabay Carol Glee Ingram Amelia Mary Janssen Betty Ruth Johnson Jan Jopling Judy Latimer Jordan Kerry Ellen Karchmer Ann Kasman Phyllis Marie Kazen Ann Bryant Knickerbocker Elizabeth Anne Koch Martha June Lanier Sally Anne Lehr Jeanette Leonard Carolyn Cay McCleary Susie McCrum Patricia Ann McGuire Sadie Lou McMurtry Mary Evelyn Merritt Anita Meyers Dorothy Ann Mobley Zane Ann Morgan Sue Frances Mueck Karen Kay Neff Nancy Jane Nelson Gretchen Dowling Neuhoff Mary Ann Noll Jeanine Nowotny Kathryn Phoebe Odom Karen Kay Owens Peggy Pace Lynn Paine JoAnn Kay Pankratz Karen Sue Parker Kay Patton Fredell Ann Pinkenson Carolyn Porter Olga Quinones Irene Louise Reeb Linda Carole Ridgway Mary Jane Riley Esther Mary Roberts Marsha Eileen Saxe Jan Marilyn Schieffer Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Carolyn Schroeter Jennie Marie Sedita Jo Ann Serrano Cynthia Lee Shoptaw Carolyn Martha Short Laura Ann Shuford Molly Shulman Avery Marie Sinclair Maida (Muff) Singer Ethelda Muriel Smith Mary Evelyn Smith Mary Kay Smith Diana Luz Stenger Kay Hill Surrenden Bettye Sue Swales Ellin Carol Swanson Ray Reimers Taggart Karen Tellepsen Carolyn Sue Thompson Barbara Jean Tosch Dianne Treadaway Mama Susan Tucker Sheila Diane Ullrich Lou Ann Walker Scheme L. Watson Barbara Watts Candy Weathers Mary Gayle Weber Carol Louise Wharton Judy Ann White Judy Jean White Jann Whitehead Sandra Sue Wilcox Carolyn Youens Page 59 fejfe GENIE BRACKENRIDGE JERRY ANN LEE MERRY HELEN TUGGLE JEAN WORTH ROGERS BEAUTIFUL FA YE KERN JESSICA DARLING JUDY ANN WHITE Page 60 JANIE MAXFIELD JUDY SCHLEYER BLANTON Alpha Delta Pi; Orange Jacket President; Mortar Board Presi- dent; Christian Faith and Life Community; Alpha Lambda Delta; Appointed to Student Assembly; Student Government Commit- tees; Goodfellow. SUSAN L. CAMPBELL Gamma Phi Beta Activities Chairman; Alpha Lambda Delta; Spooks; Cap and Gown Reporter; International Commission; In- ternational Club; Daily Texan Art Editor; Wesley Foundation; Union Committees; Model United Nations Publicity Sub Chair- man; Faculty-Student Discipline Committee; Cactus Staff; Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart. fN STUDENTS RONALD DENNIE COHEN Tau Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma Vice-President ; Oratorical Associa- tion; Athenaeum Society; Arts and Sciences Assemblyman; USNSA; State Department Foreign Policy Conference; UT Dele- gate to the National Student Congress; Director, Southwest Human Relations Conference; President Smiley ' s Advisory Cabinet; Faculty- Student Cabinet; NSA-TISA Co-Ordinator; Model United Nation ' s Delegation Chairman; Student Government Committees; Student Party; Junior Fellow; Goodfellow; Varsity Debate Letterman. MICHAL BARRY GOTTEN Delta Tau Delta; Foreman of Texas Cowboys; Friars; T Associa- tion President; Varsity Football Co-Captain; All Southwest Con- ference Football Team. Page 61 PAUL DAVID COUCH Tejas Club; Friars; Silver Spurs; Alpha Phi Omega President; AFROTC; Arnold Air Society; Texas Union Council President; Union Board of Directors Chairman; Central Round-Up Committee; Sweetheart Election Committee; Air Force Institute of Technology Scholarship Award; Outstanding Student; President Smiley ' s Ad- visory Cabinet; Student Government Committees. BERNARD RAMON ORTIZ de MONTELLANO Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Model United Nations Co- Chairman; Y; American Chemical Society; International Club Executive Council; Student Government and Union Committees; Inter-Co-Operative Council Treasurer; Stag Co-Operative Scholastic Chairman; National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS SUSAN CHAPPELL FORD Kappa Alpha Theta Activities Chairman; Orange Jackets Contact Chairman; Eta Sigma Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta Secretary; Y President; Texas Union Council; Student Assembly; Sweetheart Nominee; Upperclass Advisor; Arts and Sciences Junior Fellow. ALEJANDRO GARCIA Twin Pines Co-Operative Vice-President ; Inter-Co-Operative Coun- cil; Longhorn Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association; International Club; Royal Spirit Committee; Y Region- al Conference; Model United Nations; Texas Union, Student Govern- ment Committees. Page 62 JULIUS GLICKMAN Tejas Club President; Silver Spurs; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Y Treasurer; International dub Council President; Var- sity Debate Squad; Oratorical Association; Central Round-Up Com- mittee; Student-Faculty Discipline Committee; Student Govern- ment Committees; Texas Union Advisory Board; Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile. DINAH KAY HEISER Orange Jackets President; Upperclass Advisor; Chairman of All Campus Advisors; Association for Childhood Education; Student Education Association; Round-Up; Union Advisory Board; Royal Spirit Committee; President Smiley ' s Advisory Cabinet; Sweetheart Nominating Committee; Student Government and Union Committees. STUDENTS CARROLL BOYCE HORNBURG Tejas Club; Freshman Council Co-Ordinator; President Smiley ' s Advisory Cabinet; Faculty-Student Cabinet; Y; Student Govern- ment Committees. JAMES CARL HYATT Tejas Club; Sigma Delta Chi President; Daily Texan Managing Editor; Y; Public Affairs Reporting Program Scholarship; Texas Daily Newspaper Internship on The Dallas Morning News. Page 63 HARVEY MICHAEL JONES Tejas Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Silver Spurs; Junior Fellow; Texas Union Executive Council; Texas Union Board of Directors; Student-Faculty Discipline Committee; Delegate to the Model United Nations; Student Government and Union Commit- tees; Ex-Students Memorial Scholarship; Clark Foundation Scholar- ship; Public Welfare Scholarship. ROBERT ELLWOOD JONES, III Tejas Club; Alpha Phi Omega President; Cowboys; Honor Roll; Texas Union Board of Directors; Election Commission Chairman; Sweetheart Election Commission; Student Government and Union Committees. LOWELL H. LEBERMAN, JR. Kappa Alpha; Silver Spurs Executive Council; Y Board of Direc- tors; Union Advisory Board; Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile; Faculty-Student Cabinet; President Smiley ' s Advisory Cabi- net; Orientation Co-Ordinator; Student Government and Union Committees. GREGORY OWEN LIPSCOMB Acacia Public Relations Officer and Representative Party Dele- gate; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Chi Epsilon; Silver Spurs; Student Assembly; CBA Council; Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile; AROTC and CBA Honor Rolls; Student Government Committees. Page 64 MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN Tau Delta Phi President; Friars; Silver Spurs; Sigma Delta Chi; Students ' Association President; Chairman of TSP Board of Di- rectors; Chairman of Union Board of Directors; Faculty-Student Cabinet; Daily Texan Staff; Named Most Outstanding Boy by Dads ' Association; Interfraternity Council; Round-Up Committee; Goodfellow; Outstanding Student. HOYT H. PURVIS Phi Kappa Tau Secretary; Daily Texan Editor; Sigma Delta Chi Award as Outstanding Male Journalism Student; TSP Board of Directors; President Smiley ' s Advisory Cabinet; Southwest Con- ference Sportsmanship Committee; Central Round-Up Committee; Faculty-Student Cabinet; Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile; Goodfellow; Rotary Fellowship; Jesse Jones Scholarship; Southwest Journalism Congress Award. ELLIS WYNN PRESSON Tejas Club; Silver Spurs; Y Secretary; Union Board of Directors; Student Assembly; Freshman Council President; TISA Delegate; Central Round-Up Committee; KUT-FM Advisory Board; Good- fellow. SUSAN ROBERTS REED Pi Beta Phi; Y Secretary; Orange Jacket President; Mortar Board; Student Assembly; Union Advisory Council; Student-Faculty Cabinet. Page 65 SALLY CHRISTINE RUNDQUIST Gamma Phi Beta Membership Secretary; Panhellenic Council; Arts and Sciences Junior Fellow; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Orange Jackets; Upperclass Advisor; Chairman of Campus Chest Tickets Sales; Sing Song Steering Committee; Varsity Carnival Steering Committee; Freshman Council Secretary. PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH Alpha Gamma Delta President; Theta Sigma Phi Vice-President ; Gamma Alpha Chi Reporter; Alpha Lambda Delta; Daily Texan Staff; Orange Jackets; Mortar Board; Spooks; Most Outstanding Beginning Girl Journalist; Panhellenic Council; University Sym- phony Orchestra; Jesse Jones Scholarship; Outstanding Student. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS DONALD RICHARD SMITH Tejas Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Rho; Y Cabinet; ISA Vice-President; RIL Committee Chairman; Assemblyman; President Smiley ' s Advisory Cabinet; Dean ' s List; Varsity Debate Letterman; Property Deposit, McKee, AFL-CIO, Soper Brothers, Ford Founda- tion Scholarships; International Students Relations Seminar; Gov- ernment Honors Program. JOANN PANKRATZ STILES Mortar Board; Orange Jackets; Inter-Co-Operative Council Vice- President; Whitehall Co-op; Goodfellow; Marjorie Darilek Memorial Award as Most Outstanding Independent Woman Student. Page 66 BETTYE SUE SWALES Gamma Phi Beta President; Spooks President; Orange Jackets, TSP Board of Directors; Student Assembly; Theta Sigma Phi Treasurer; Daily Texan Staff; Silver Spur Award as Outstanding Woman Student; Round-Up Steering Committee; Freshman Coun- cil Advisor; Varsity Carnival Co-Chairman; Outstanding Student. BARBARA JEAN TOSCH Gamma Phi Beta Secretary; Orange Jackets; Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi Secretary; TSP Board of Directors; Faculty- Student Cabinet; Daily Texan Staff; Ranger Staff; Round-Up; College Conference of United Nations; Student Associations ' Secre- tary; Assemblyman; Operation Brainpower; Student Government and Texas Union Committees; Union Board of Directors; Good- fellow; Bluebonnet Belle Nominee; Upperclass Advisor; Y Pub- licity Committee. OUTSTANDING STUDENTS MARNA SUSAN TUCKER Delta Phi Epsilon; Orange Jacket President; Spooks; Student As- sembly; Goodfellow; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Cow- boy Sweetheart Nominee; Bluebonnet Belle Finalist; Education Council; Freshman Orientation Co-ordinator; Royal Spirit Com- mittee. SUSAN ELIZABETH WHITSIT Alpha Delta Pi Vice-President ; Orange Jackets; Upperclass Ad- visor; Round-Up Central Committee; Freshman Orientation Co- ordinator; Union Council Secretary; Union Executive Council; Union Freshman Service Award. Pge 67 VICTORIA BUSH CALDWELL LARRY HERBERT BERKMAN ARTHUR ALEXANDER DUGGAN RONALD DAVID EASTMAN CHARLES WARREN EISEMANN Page 68 HELENA REBECCA FRENKIL LAWRENCE ANTHONY JOSEPH Page 69 DAVID CHARLES KRISTYNIK FERDINAND CHARLES MEYER PHILENA JANE MORTON JAMES ELWYN NEYLAND MARGARET OZELLA PACE DICK WELDON SIMPSON ESTHER MARY ROBERTS JOHN FRANKLIN WEEKS RONALD GLEN STEINHART CAROLYN ANNE TULL SELECTION OF OUTSTANDING STUDENTS AND GOODFELLOWS The Outstanding Students were chosen by a committee composed of the Dean of Student Life, As- sistant Dean of Men, Dean of Women. Daily Texan Editor, President of the Students ' Association, Cactus Editor, Cactus Associate Editor, and Cactus Editorial Assistant. In choosing the twenty-eight students named to the honor, the committee considered all aspects of student 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 outstand- ing, the student must be judged also 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. These students, also, were chosen by the committee named above. Page 72 IHtKk WASIWblMU FOSSIL - , ... : EDITED BY JACK LOWE Page 73 It ' s back to the old grind for some, come September. For others, it ' s a new and exciting game. The rituals of Rush and Registration go on as always and the most difficult task in the early fall proves to be forgetting about those things you did last summer. Then classes start and foot- ball games and hour quizzes. You meet new friends, date new people. Conflicts soon develop be- tween " first classism " and fun. You cheer the ' Horns on to the No. 1 spot. You take sides in the raging controversy over integration or indecent words or whatever. Maybe you even get in on an old-fashioned panty raid. You let the blazing Aggie bonfire warm your face and feel proud to be a part of The Univer- sity of Texas. Then you count the days until Christ- mas . y The New Year For many incoming students, the first look at UT came as a week full of smil- ing cheerfully and shaking hands, as sororities and fraternities polished their trophies and finished their scrapbooks in time for Rush Week. A new Panhellenic Council ruling eliminated Summer Rush for sororities, but the fraternities went on as always meeting prospects over the beer keg throughout the summer months. Rush began September 10 and ended for the fraternities in a giant fountain scene the night of September 16. For the sororities, the shrieking session did not come until the next afternoon. There were the usual tears of joy and of sorrow. A full week of parties and blind dates for the new pledges followed up Rush Week, and Pledge Line, which may have made it all seem worthwhile, followed on September 23. Above: The men of Sigma Chi extend a firm grip to name-tagged rushees arriving at their house. Right, from top: A sorority rushee receives double attention from both active and alum. Members and prospects listen to some ' yarn about a traveling salesman. Fraternity doormen stamp cards and distribute name tags. Page 76 Begins in a Big Rush . . . Alpha Delta Pi ' s exotic dancers gyrate through " Small House of Texas U., " their annual take-off on Uncle Tom ' s Cabin. Page 77 And After Rush Week., It All Seems Worthwhile Left: Girls from Delta Phi Epsi- lon kick through a football skit which might have been more ef- fectively used in men ' s rush. Above: Varsity Carnival trophies frame the conversation between an Acacia active and rushee. Below: Rushees relax a moment before putting on their smiles for the Alpha Chi Omegas. Above, from left: A new Chi Omega pledge gets her ribbon, signifying that the waiting is over at last. Littlefield Fountain fills up- with actives as the new fraternity pledges stream out of Gregory Gym. Left: A pretty new pledge puts on the finishing touches be- fore going out to face inspection by fraternity Below: At last comes the night of Pledge Line, when the new fraternity men can fill their blackbooks with the necessary in- formation for a profitable year at UT. Hurricane Carla Ushers in Registration and a Flurry of Amid a continuous downpour of rain furnished by Hurricane Carla, students braved the long lines of Registration outside Gregory Gym to try for prize schedules. For some it was a new experience; for many others, a rain-soaked version of the same song. The Registration Week activities commenced with the usual fraternity and sorority parties. An orientation dance for new students was held in the Union September 13, followed the next night by the annual " Forty Acres Talent Show. " Book-buying was another of the principal activities. The first pep rally cheered the Longhorns on to a 28-3 win over California ' s Golden Bears in Berkeley, and the semester had " officially " begun. But for 40 University stu- dents in the 49th Armored Division of the Texas National Guard, the semester soon ended: They were called up September 19 to leave their books and face the Berlin crisis. Page 80 First-Week Activities , Opposite page, from top: A line of rain-soaked students receives the wrath of Hurri- cane Carla as they await ad- mittance to Gregory Gym. A poor freshman seems over- come by it all as she finds she has four Saturday classes. Above, from left: University student William Privette pre- pares to turn in his books and put on his combat boots as the 49th National Guard Di- vision is called to active duty. Zahi Faranish balances a butcher knife on his nose to take the top prize at the " Forty Acres Talent Show " during Registration Week. Center: The first pep rally sends the Longhorns to Cali- fornia ready to meet the Gold- en Bears. Below: The Co-Op swells with students trying to get used textbook prices. Vivacious Linda Harvey poses a provocative invitation for UT students to visit Big D. The wait begins Saturday night before exactly 400 date tickets to the OU game go on sale Monday morning, October 9, in Gregory Gym. OU Fun Draws Thousands to Dallas . . Friday, October 13, the pilgrimage began. Thousands of UT students left books and homework behind and set out on the " high road " for Dallas and the annual Texas-Oklahoma football game and festivities. The Dallas Chamber of Commerce and State Fair played host to the fourth annual Texas-Okla- homa dance Friday night from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. at the Memorial Auditorium. And those who made it to the game Saturday saw Texas hand Oklahoma a 28-7 defeat. Saturday night brought another round of parties, and with Sunday came the exodus home and the many to-be-broken promises of " Never again! " Friends assemble to dance, lead cheers, and gulp beverages at the annual Texas-Oklahoma student blowout in Dallas ' Memorial Audi- torium. Above: Big Tex beckons the crowd to the State Fairgrounds for the annual foot- ball classic. Below: All-American Jim Saxton goes for a substantial gain in the contest against Oklahoma. Final score Texas 28, Okies 7. ? Academic Interest Spreads Beyond the Classroom . . . Above: Senator John Tower arrives in Austin to address the first Interfraternity Council Workshop, where he asserted that " destruction of the frater- nity system would mean destruction of a basic value in our society freedom of choice. " Right, from top: Roger Shattuck and John Bagalay de- bate the merits of liberalism and conservatism be- fore a standing-room-only audience in the Union auditorium. The vote is 308 to 34 as the General Faculty asks the administration to revoke rules re- garding the use of dormitory and eating facilities according to racial criteria. Young Republicans Jim Dannenbaum and Ben Adkins team up against Young Demos Victor Emanuel and Ronnie Cohen to debate " The New Frontier, Pros and Cons. " Page 84 i The new Undergraduate Academic Center slowly rises as workmen lay the foundations. The $5 million structure will have three floors of open stacks, 81 conference rooms for student use, and 200,000 volumes, selected primarily for freshmen and sophomores. Through football excitement and controversy, the University continued steadily along its path to first classism. Almost every visiting speaker was met with a standing-room-only audience. The two major debates pictured achieved like results. The Inter fraternity Council conducted a work- shop, attempting to improve on the organization and functions of fraternities. The General Faculty asked for a revision of the University ' s segregation policies. And the Undergraduate Academic Center, which will provide long-needed open shelf libraries, was progressing on schedule. Page 85 The Masses Arise , Top: A lone policeman attempts to hold back an estimated 2,500 men in an early November storming of the women ' s dorms, the first full-scale panty raid at the University in five years. Center: Ronnie Stein- hart, Students ' Association vice-president, points an unaccusing finger at himself as a crowd of several hundred students storm the Assembly room demanding the end of " petty party politics. " Bottom: Gwen Jordan smiles happily after her election to the Student Assembly from Arts and Sciences. She is the first Negro ever to hold an elected student govern- ment office. Pge 86 tin - Top: " Ye Shall Know the Truth and the Truth Shall Make You Free, " chant students facing the Tower at a mid-morning class break. The " speak-ins " followed disciplinary action taken against a group of Negro students because of a demonstration in segregated Kinsolving Dormitory. Left: Former Ranger staffers give the last rites for Hairy Ranger following the firing of the staff because of violation of general policy and indecency in the magazine. Above: Brother Homer Tomlinson crowns himself " King of The University of Texas " before almost 2,000 watching subjects at the Drag coronation. Above, from left: Victorious ' Horns re- turn to Austin from Arkansas to be greeted by the Longhorn Band and 1,500 cheering students. A confident smile crosses the face of UT Coach Darrell Royal as the Longhorns romp past SMU. Left: The win over SMU, coupled with losses suffered by Ole Miss and Ohio State, puts Texas on the top of the foot- ball heap. Below, from left: Still " No. 1, " Texas prepares for the upcoming match with TCU as Silver Spurs paint porchlights bright orange. The stout TCU defense holds Mike Gotten and all the Longhorns to a scoreless game and a loss at the hands of the Froggies. Above: UT faces are not so cheerful, as spectators watch a last minute attempt by the ' Horns to overcome he Horned Frogs. Right, from top: Dutch exchange student Joyce Zwager becomes the first student om another country to be tapped for Spooks, freshman women ' s honorary. Jessica Darling receives a hug and a promise for an orange jacket in the OJ ' s tapping ceremony. Near tragedy accompanies the Austin visit of Secretary of the Navy John Connally, who was struck in the eye by a bayonet as he nspected a Naval ROTC drill team at the airport. However, the next night, complete with patch, Con- ally was sufficiently recovered to address a meeting of UT exes and receive the Ex-Students ' Asso- ciation distinguished alumnus award. King Football Reigns Supreme, Then Totters . Following the initial victory over California, football fever on the UT campus began to soar. The ' Horns glided smoothly over all opponents, achieving the rank of third in the lion. As Texas felled SMU, teams one and two went down, and Texas became " Number )ne in ' 61. " But not for long. Despite a victory over Baylor, the Longhorns met their match in the powerfully defensive TCU Horned Frogs. " Number One " was no more, but the team went on to establish a commendable 9-1 record, and to win itself a place in the Cotton Bowl. Student activity centered around the football weekends, but during the week honoraries found the time to take in new members and students tried to crowd in a little study. Page 89 Above, from top: Sale of Homecoming mums, such as the one Jack Irwin gives Tinnie Bush, brings in profits for the Campus Chest drive. The Kappa Alpha combo attracts voters in the Miss Campus Chest contest, as a running count of votes is kept on the blackboard behind. Right: Dr. Joseph R. Smiley, president of the Main University, makes the first contribution in the Dimes Day drive, which netted a record $2,586. Below: Sigma Delta Tau sorority kidnaps Co- Captains Don Talbert and Mike Gotten and Coach Darrell Royal just before the Baylor game; ransom money went to Campus Chest. Homecoming and Dads ' Day I Climax a Week Campus Chest, UT ' s annual student charity drive, hit the Forty Acres early in November. Chairmen Esther Roberts and Boots Goldberg and their many committeemen planned a week-long drive including Dimes Day, a campus auction, a movie, a kidnapping of football players, and a performance by the Four Preps at the Homecoming Dance. Fredell Pinkenson, Sigma Delta Tau, was named Miss Campus Chest, while " King of Slobs " Harry Kent won the dubious honor of being selected Ugly Man. Top money-raising groups were Tau Delta Phi fraternity and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Trophies for the winners were presented at the Home- coming Dance in the Union. As usual, charity plus fun proved to be a good combination, and Campus Chest went well over its established goal. Page 90 of Campus Chest Below: Elly Medina and Jim Dannenbaum are named by the Dads ' Association as the Uni- versity ' s outstanding senior girl and senior boy in a Homecoming game presentation. Right, from top: Fredell Pinkenson, Miss Campus Chest, and " King of Slobs " Harry Kent, Ugly Man, pose with their newly-ac- quired trophies after edging out other candi- dates in the hard-fought races. Students and their dads and moms wait to have their pictures taken in the " Sports Illustrated " booth set up in the Union. The Four Preps provide a smash performance at the Home- coming Dance, from which all proceeds went to Campus Chest. Thousands of parents and alums made their way to Austin for the annual Dads ' Day and Homecoming celebrations November 11, the day the Campus Chest drive ended. Visitors attended a number of receptions, and most of them witnessed the ' Horns 33-7 win over Baylor. Greek groups competed for the Dads ' Day attendance trophies, which were taken by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity (for the fourth consecutive year) and Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Phi Delia Theta fraternity and Alpha Delta Pi sorority were runners-up. However, a note of tragedy covered the day ' s events when the news began to spread that some UT students, attempting to steal Baylor ' s bear as a prank, had accidentally killed it. P.K.- QI Distinguished Visitors and UT Talent Offer Information, Entertainment . . . A ready-made supply of cultural and informative events were available to students in the fall. The Cultural Entertainment Committee brought in four shows: The Bayanihan-Philippine Dance Company, Dick Shory ' s Percussion Pops, " The Barber of Seville " by the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theatre, and Nicola Moscona, bass-baritone soloist from the Metropolitan Opera. Local productions by the Department of Drama ranged from the carefree musical " Anything Goes " to the premiere performance of a Greek melodrama, " Orestes. " The Texas Cowboys put on their annual Minstrels, naming a new sweetheart and making several thousand dollars for charity. Distinguished speakers visiting the campus included William L. Shirer, author of The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich; Bill Mayers, associate director of the Peace Corps; Ralph Yarborough, Democratic Senator from Texas; and Norman Mailer, author of The Naked and the Dead. Left, from top: Norman Mailer discusses a seeming in- crease in writers ' prestige at an after-dinner session in the Union Faculty-Staff Lounge. The Union show- case heralds the coming of William L. Shirer, noted foreign correspondent and author. Below: Former Cow- boy sweetheart Kay Lewis prepares to end her reign and to present her flowers to the Cowboys ' new sweet- heart, Ann Mobley (standing next to the center on the right side.) The Cowboys ' annual Minstrels show pro- vides operating money for the Austin Council for Re- tarded Children. Right, from top: The Bayanihan- Philippine Dance Company, the first CEC performers of the year, execute a native dance known as " Tinikling. " Dolls and sailors team up for a local production of " Anything Goes. " Greek friendship is explored in a probing melodrama, " Orestes, " open- ing the season of the Department of Drama. KM 1 , A Blazing Bonfire and Aggie Signs Put a Sporting an 8-1 record, the Longhorns prepared to meet A M in the annual Turkey Day clash, held this year at College Station. But the team wasn ' t doing all the work. Campus groups, still in- censed with the football fervor, pitched in wholeheartedly to gather wood and build Aggie signs. The bonfire went up the night of November 21 before an estimated 8,000 students. The pep rally drew choice comments from UT ' s football heroes (Co-captain Mike Gotten: " Personally, I think Aggies were made to get the hell knocked out of them. " ) Top awards in the Aggie Sign contest went to Phi Mu sorority, best all-around; Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, most unique; and Delta Delta Delta sorority, most comical. Pi Beta Phi sorority and Phi Delta Theta fraternity took the top wood-gathering awards. The result of all the spirit: a 25-0 vic- tory over the " p-o-o-o-r " Aggies on Thanksgiving Day. The crowd begins to drift away as the pep rally ends and the bonfire is in full blaze. Page 94 II iGELSt ' .r i From far left: Phi Mu ' s " Mister Magoo " wins them the best all-around trophy. The Tri-Delts capture the " most comical " prize with their Aggie washateria. Pi Kappa Alpha ' s Aggie Geese Shoot is judged most unique among the Aggie Signs. [ex on the " Po-o-o-r " Aggies . Almost deserted by the students, the bonfire blazes on as an omen to the upcoming victory over A M. irar fill i ii ii Winter comes blowing in, cold enough to leave icicles on Littlefield Fountain. You bundle up and trudge to class, and your ears feel frostbitten. But you don ' t mind. Christmas is coming soon and the Cotton Bowl on New Year ' s Day. The sound of music fills your ears, coming from Greek groups trying for trophies or students caroling on the Main Mall. You make it to a few basketball games, a few Christmas parties. Maybe you ' ve picked out a steady. And you avoid thinking about upcoming final exams un- til it is absolutely necessary. They ' ll take care of themselves. If not, there ' s always the spring semes- ter . The Sound of Music The annual Greek Sing-Song ushered in a season of singing December 3. Held in Austin ' s Municipal Auditorium, the event drew a full house to hear the caroling sororities and fraternities. First place trophies went to Delta Delta Delta sorority, singing " As Dew is Aprille " and " Deo Gracias, " and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, with " O Magnum Mysterium. " Songleaders for the two groups were Roxy Anne Childs and Raymond Scar- borough. As The Daily Texan reported, " Lambda Chi Alpha didn ' t receive a prize, but they got all the applause. Singing ' Theme from Bacardi ' s Fifth, ' which lapsed into ' Matilda, ' the Lambda Chi ' s deliberately broke Sing-Song rules and had the overpacked auditorium singing along between outbursts of laughter. " Second and third place sororities were Delta Zeta and Gamme Phi Beta. Other fraternity winners were Theta Xi, second; Kappa Alpha, third; and Sigma Nu, fourth. Top: First place songleaders Roxy Anne Childs, Delta Delta Delta, and Raymond Scarborough, Pi Kappa Alpha, outshine their newly won trophies. Center: Lambda Chi Alpha steals the show by breaking the rules with their audience-partici- pation version of " Matilda. " Far left: Gamma Phi Beta songleader Bettye Swales and her group give an enthusiastic " Hook ' Em " before competing on the Sing-Song stage. Left: Members of Theta Xi fraternity nervously await the opening of the curtain. Covers the Campus . . . With the approach of the Christmas season, the twenty-second annual Christmas carol program was held in front of the Main Building the Sunday evening of December 17. A Christmas greeting by President Joseph R. Smiley and the reading of the Christmas story by Students ' Association Secretary Elly Medina highlighted the carol program, which was interspersed with num- bers from the University ' s choral organizations and symphonic band. After Christmas " America ' s First Lady of Folk Song " Odetta, and partner Leon Bibb charmed the campus on a Bonus Cultural Entertainment Event. Also arriving were the Peppermint Twist- ers, who performed without incident at the Club Caravan; how- ever, a Drag performance ended in a trip to the local jail for them. Twisting was all the rage, as University students put up with sore stomachs in order to be in style. Top: Leon Bibb and Odetta sing a few bars at an informal interview before their CEC performance in Gregory Gym. Center: The Main Mall is filled with carolers as the University puts on its twenty-second annual Christmas program. Right: The Peppermint Twisters stop Drag traffic at their sidewalk perform- ance of the swiveling rage. Far right: Liz Towles vows " Never Again " after a twisting episode left her with two broken leg bones and a pair of crutches. f W Freshmen Elect Officers, Beauty as Christmas Approaches Above left: The " Big Three " of Freshman Council Jim Goodnight, John Orr, and Marion Holbrook congratulate each other on their election as president, vice-president, and secretary. Above: Six beauties compete for the honor of Freshman Beauty: Sheryl Myers, Janie Maxfield, Sharon O ' Shea (bottom) and Patt Cornelius, Sue Stiles, Lynn Denman (top). Left: The winner, Sue Stiles (right), is congratulated by runner-up Sheryl Myers. Both are Tri-Delts. Presentation of the new Freshman Council Beauty and Officers at a December 14 Ban- quet climaxed weeks of campaigning and ivork by energetic freshmen. Attorney General Will Wilson delivered the talk at the banquet, using the topic " Chickens and Jimmy Hof- fa. " Sue Stiles was selected from the field of six finalists as Freshman Beauty for 1961-62. New Council officers elected were Jim Goodnight, president; John Orr, vice-president; and Marion Holbrook, secretary. UT student groups adopted Christmas ' charity spirit, giving a number of parties for underprivileged children and sometimes playing Santa Claus. The Texas Union hosted a Region 9 conference, featuring an address by University Regent Wales H. Madden, Jr. Forty-five colleges were represented at the pre-Christmas affair. Page 100 .4 I. V Above: Texas Union leaders pre- pare for the onslaught of 330 dele- gates from 45 colleges at the Union ' s Region 9 conference in early December. Left: A Santa from the Arnold Air Society cheers up a sick child a few days before Christmas; Angel Flight jointly sponsored the party at Bracken- ridge Hospital. Below: Under- privileged children are honored at a Christmas party given by the Silver Spurs and Spooks at the Acacia fraternity house. A Cotton Bowl Win Tops Off a Tremendous Football Year . Above: The camera catches the Cotton Bowl game at a glance a sideline chat between Coach Darrell Royal and the hero of the day, quarterback Mike Gotten, before a full stadium of cheering fans. Left: Darrell Royal (right) receives a plaque as Coach of the Year at the Cotton Bowl ' s halftime presentations. Opposite page, top: The wait is long for those who want to buy one of the 40 0 available date tickets to the bowl game. Center left: Mayor Lester Palmer hands Mike Gotten a proclamation making January 31 " Mike Gotten Day " in Austin. Right: James Saxton receives the Most Valuable Player award from Charles Coates at the annual awards banquet. Bottom: The Texas Longhorn Club Sportsmanship Award is presented to Jack Collins by Wayne Ashmore, as Coach Royal, seated beside his wife, looks on. It was Dallas time again for thousands of fans who went to see Texas round out a successful season in the Cotton Bowl. Under the guidance of Coach of the Year Darrell Royal and the expert field work of Mike Gotten, the Longhorns stopped Ole Miss in a 12-7 thriller. Then it was recognition time for the outstanding players. Austin proclaimed a Mike Gotten Day; fames Saxton, All- American, received the most valuable player award; and Jack Collins took home the sportsmanship plaque. And Texas fans agreed: " We ' re still Number 1 ! " Page 102 Still More " Challenges " Top left: University students put up signs announcing registration for the University ' s first Challenge program, which was held in late February. Delegates from many other Texas schools came to Austin to participate in discussion on the Challenge topic " Freedom of Expression. " Top right: A near-riot breaks out after Rice basketball players protest a lost second which might have won the game for them. As it was, the score stood 83-82, in favor of Texas. Above: Renowned author J. Frank Dobie makes an appearance before the Texas House committee investigating textbook contents, proclaiming that " Censorship is never to let people know, but to keep them in ignorance. " Page 104 Face UT Students and Administrators . . . The dissent which " hampered the academic harmony " at the University in the fall did not disappear in winter. There were still more challenges for students and administrators, but there was also more evidence that the challenges were being maturely met. The first " Challenge " program was instituted under Sandy Parker and Ronny Eastman, and it provided a student-faculty merger to discuss " Freedom of Expression. " Sound testimony by respected men convinced the House of Representatives that textbook censorship was unnecessary. As J. Frank Dobie put it, " Censorship is, and for centuries has been, the tool of dictators from Nero to Khrushchev . . . Any person who thinks he has a corner on Americanism is a bigot and an enemy of the Free World. " It was also in this period that the Regents voted to take away a 61 -year-old tradition the elected editorship for the Daily Texan. No candidates ' names appeared on the spring ballot, and the Texas Student Publications Board shortly voted to make the Ranger and the Cactus appointed offices as well. And then perhaps the biggest challenge of all came finals, and a hope that " Maybe I can do better next semester! " Top: The Board of Regents meets in Austin February 3 to discuss a change in the Texan editor selection procedure. The result: an appointed editor. Above: The yen for learning is overcome by the desire for sleep, as this University student suffers through Dead Week and Finals. Page 105 Spring comes in on lazy cats ' feet. As always, Barton ' s takes precedence over books, and the lure of warm sun- shine is victorious. The old stand-bys Round-Up and Varsity Carnival provide welcome breaks from the academic routine. Term papers send students to the library, in frantic attempts to " catch up " be- fore the semester ends. Slowly the year draws to a close. For some it means graduation and a good- bye to the years at UT. For others, work and play during the summer months, until they return to the campus in the fall to live another year. Spring rounds out the nine months at Texas adding one more chapter to the history of student life at the University. Until next year . . . J A New Semester Begins Page 108 Opposite page (clockwise from top left): Students trudge through the Reg- istration ritual once again, this time without the hindrance of Hurricane Car- la. Gay Kokernot (left) is elected En- gineering Sweetheart, succeeding Sara Jo Curlee. The new College of Busi- ness Administration Sweetheart, Mary Graham (right), receives flowers from retiring sweetheart Susie Hammond. David Couch hands the Union gavel to incoming president Jesse Gilmer. The approach of February 14 sends Universi- ty coeds to the bookstores in search of Valentines for their true loves. Top: Students dig out Auditor ' s receipts to cast their votes in the spring election. Above: Lowell (Bang) Leberman receives congratulations from supporter Harriet Schoch after the news that he was elected president of the Students ' Associa- tion. Left: The Senior Cabinet, headed by Joe Peck, institutes a CLASP (College Loyalty Alum- ni Support Program) drive to raise funds for academic excellence. A new semester began with the same procedures registration in Gregory Gym. But soon spring fever and spring activities followed. Organizations elected new sweethearts, a few of whom are shown on these pages. And the student body elected a new slate of officers, including Lowell Leberman as president, Sandy Sanford as vice-president, and Barbara Tosch as secretary. The Senior Cabinet, aided by campus groups, began a drive to raise funds for the University by calling on local alumni the CLASP program. But soon many students succumbed to the lure of the lakes, and sunburned backs made sitting in classroom chairs most uncomfortable . . . Page 109 International Student Activities Add Depth The more than 600 students from other countries enrolled at the University in 1961-62 brought about an all-time high in interest in international ac- tivities. These students, and their American counterparts, were instrumental in bringing to the campus such " new tra- ditions " as the Model United Nations and the International Dance Festival. Through the efforts of the International Commission, a regular Thurs- day night coffee was begun for all interested students. Thirteen Greek groups spon- sored students from other countries. In February the fourth group of Chilean Student Leaders visited The University of Texas for a month, taking in the sights of the University and of Austin while integrat- ing themselves into the student life. The students left Austin with many memories and the knowledge that, in the sum- mer, a fourth group of Texas students would journey to Chile to participate in this international educational ex- change program. Above: Delegates from almost a hundred colleges and universities gather in Austin to participate in the Model UN in the Texas Union. Left: Sponsored students Michael Siebenhuner (Deke), Yves Blache (Lambda Chi), and Bill deRoever (KA) plan International Night, with the assistance of Ritchie Reed, International Commission co-chairman. Opposite: The International Dance Festival ends with a cross-cultural version of the Twist. Below (from left): Phyllis Kazen gives a warm " abrazo " to Ernesto Figueroa as the Chilean group arrives at the Airport. Donna Nelson explains to Lucia Schiap- pacasse that a reunion will be held that night in honor of the Chileans; and (bot- tom) Julius Glickman dances with Miss Schiappacasse at that party. A reception given for the Chileans by the Interna- tional Commission draws more than 100 University students. Chileans German Correa and Jorge Baldrich check 6n a word translation with Jack Lowe at a meeting of the Y Latin American Study Group. (Bottom) Professor Luis Capur- ro of the University of Chile arrives in early May to conduct interviews for Texas applicants for the summer seminar. to Life at The University of Texas . . . Page 111 Left: A shave by lovely ladies Mary Kay Smith, Hetty Wilver, and Jessica Darling officially enters Dave Me- Neely in the Round-Up beard grow- ing contest. Right: The Union Mall is the center of activity on Western Day, as the Silver Spurs brand city dudes and put them in the caboose. Bottom of pages, from left: Mem- bers of the Class of 1912, special guests at Round-Up, recall old times with President Joseph Smiley, sec- ond from right. Western duds come out of storage for the Western Day festivities. The Cowboys fill the plates with barbecue at the baseball stadium. Round-Up beard growing winners in five divisions sport their | trophies and whiskers. For the thirty-third year, Round-Up came to the University campus this year the 6th and 7th of April. Western Day, April 6, saw city slickers who dared to go near the Union Mall thrown into the Silver Spurs ' jail. The Cowboys put on their annual barbecue, driven to the baseball stadium be- cause of raw. At the barbecue, winners of the beard growing contest were announced, and the par- takers were feted with a talent show and the introduction of visiting sweethearts and University sweetheart finalists. A Western Dance Friday night brought Johnny Cash to town, and the Texas Relays brought in a number of guests. The Class of 1912 was especially honored during this, the fiftieth anniversary of their departure from the University. If Round-Up Time Comes to Texas Revue Climaxes Round-Up; Top left: Students take a steadiness test at the psychology exhibit at Round-Up Show- case in the Union; the 1962 Showcase boasted 57 entries the largest number in its four- year history. Top right: Cecelia Ubilla, Chil- ean exchange student, entertains visiting sweet- hearts with some of her native folk songs. Center: The Round-Up Revue features the " Gay 90 ' s " in its " good clean fun " produc- tion. Right: Five University coeds are named Bluebonnet Belles at the Friday night per- formance of the Revue . . . (left to right) Ann Kasman, Katherine Odom, Nancy Nelson, Muff Singer, Judy White. Page 114 Jessica Darling Named Sweetheart of UT . . . Above: Election Commission chairman Elwood Jones reveals the news to Jessica Darling that she is the 1962-63 Sweetheart a few minutes before the Saturday night presentation. Left: Eva Gayle Maxey, University Sweetheart for 1961-62, reigns as queen of the Texas Relays in her last day of office. Royalty visiting and home-grown as usual dominated the Round-Up pre- sentations. Visiting sweethearts representing SMU, Texas Tech, A M, TCU, Baylor, and Rice were guests at the Round-Up celebrations and were presented at the Saturday night Revue. For the first time the University ' s Bluebonnet Belles were announced at the Revue on Friday night. Highlight of the presentations was the announcement of Jessica Darling as the new University Sweetheart, succeeding Eva Gayle Maxey. Miss Darling won the honor over finalists Ann Kasman, Gay Kokernot, Ann Mobley, and Fredell Pinkenson. The Revue, Western Dance, and Round-Up Ball were free to Blanket Tax holders for the first time this year, and two performances of the Revue were staged. After a somewhat racy show in 1961, this year ' s performance was clean and nice and lacking spice. Page 115 Above (clockwise): Ticket sales reach their peak as entering groups set up " official ticket stands " on the Drag. Tim Von Dolen talks with Mickey Reed, a real-life replica of Audrey Hepburn whose cocktail dress and cigarette holder publicize the Zeta ' s " Supper at Sheftalls " skit. A bit of the Orient crosses the campus as the Alpha Chi Omega ' s bring their " Flower Drum Song " train up the West Mall. Members of Delta Zeta sorority ( " Pep- permint Lounge " ) and Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity ( " The Virgin Sprung " ) give a joint twist publicity skit on the Union steps. Below (clockwise) : The hula girls of Alpha Delta Pi shake it for onlookers in an attempt to lure customers into their concession. " Lowell Bang and his Gang of Bangers " invade the serenity of the 40 Acres Saloon in Kappa Sigma ' s production of " There Was No Good Posse in the Old West. " Sigma Alpha Mu ' s " Sammy Downs " rat races win them the cup for best fraternity concession. An unlucky participant stares gloomily before receiving a pie in the eye. Page 116 VC Madness Sweeps the 40 Acres As Cactus Pryor commented on his television program in late April, " There are a feiv times each year when (he University goes a little insane. Var- sity Carnival is one of these. " And so it was. A multitude of signs went up on campus, and the publicity contest was on. From Keystone Cops attempting to save the heroine from the villains (on the Main Mall) to gas filled bal- loons floating high above the campus, the entering Greek groups worked energetically to tell the public of Varsity Carnival and their entries. By midnight of April 28 it was all over, and the prizes had been awarded. Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority took the top prizes for best publicity. In the show division, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Sigma, and Phi Kappa Psi fraternities and Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Chi Omega, and Kappa Alpha Theta sororities took the trophies. For concessions, the awards went to Sigma Alpha Mu and Lambda Chi Alpha fraterni- ties and to Alpha Phi and Delta Gamma sororities. But perhaps the highlight of the evening was the crowning of Nancy Nelson, Kappa Alpha Theta, as Varsity Carnival Queen for 1962. Right, from top: Harem girls from Alpha Phi serve Mid- dle East delicacies at their first-place concession, " Shish- kafe. " Barbara Burl (left) presents the VC queen trophy to Nancy Nelson as the other contenders for the title look on. Below: Sig Ep ' s minstrel show and Kappa ' s " How to Be a Greedy Millionaire " give the two groups top honors in the show division. The Year Draws to a Close . . . Pledge classes from Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega sorority join to give an Easter Egg Hunt for the children at the Austin State School. As finals crept closer, a number of last minute events took up needed time. Several groups got into the Easter spirit, giving parties for groups of under- privileged children. " Route 66 " detoured through Austin to film a sequence which called for George Maharis to be temporarily blinded after a construction accident. The old favorites, The Kingston Trio (with one new member) man- aged to fill up Gregory Gym in the last hours before Doom ' s Day. And a number of campus honoraries made their selections of new members. Finally, for those who made it, there ivas the walk across the stage, the donning of the cap and gown, and the feeling of having been graduated from a great institution . . . Many University students are in the crowd as " Route 66 " hero George Maharis is taken to the hospital after pretending to be injured in a construction accident. ff ' .A . -J . _Jw Left, from top: The 15 new members of Mortar Board, senior women ' s honorary, get together for a banquet on the day of their tapping. The Kingston Trio entertains a packed house with their folk singing and clever quips. Above, from top: Graduation is commissioning time for the men who have successfully com- pleted their undergraduate training in the Re- serve Officers Training Corps. Here General Jark, guest speaker, Captain Reed and Colonel Porter award commissions for the Army, Navy, and Air Force respectively. and Finally . . . ISERVED A- . L VHHr , UMON, AND EDITED BY JOHN KIRCHNER Page 121 STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION Every student of The University of Texas is automatically a member of the Students ' Association. Its function is to pro- vide a medium through which student opinion and concern can be interpreted to the faculty, staff, and administration. Most of this interpretation is done through student and faculty committees, the Student Assembly, Student Court, and personal contact by the executive officers of the Students ' Association. The direction of the Students ' Association is determined by the three executive officers (President, Vice-President, and Sec- retary), legislative branch (Student Assembly), and a judicial branch (Student Court). The campus-wide elected officers, the President in most cases, represent the student body on the Student 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, Park- ing, Traffic, and Safety Policy Committee, Faculty-Student Disci- pline Committee, and many other committees related to student activities. The responsibility of administering the committee system and working for the student welfare is delegated to the President. MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN President RONALD GLEN STEINHART Vice-President MARIA ELINOR MEDINA Secretary Page 122 MARTHA GAYLE HARTY Clerk The Student Assembly, the legislative branch of the Students ' Association, meets regularly on the second and fourth Thursdays of 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 of the Students ' Association; ap- proval of all appointments of the Students ' Association President; and the enact- ment of all bills and resolutions necessary and proper for the general welfare of the student body, including the recommending of action to the University administra- tion, 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 As- sembly, with the President acting as presiding officer. The Student Assembly, during its 1961-62 sessions, took action in many diversi- fied areas, including the following: student responsibility in publications of TSP (Texan, Ranger, and Riata) ; equal rights in intercollegiate athletics and housing; academic evaluation; Peace Corps; Southwestern Human Relations Conference; op- position to tuition increase; stabilization of Student Activities Fee; married stu- dents ' housing; student insurance; requirements for women ' s living residences; student disciplinary regulations; minimum student wage in the Student Union; abolition of poll taxes; spring vacation; curfew hours; Southwest Conference Stu- dents ' Association; academic freedom in Mississippi; federal aid to higher educa- tion; German Disaster Relief Drive; funds for cheerleaders and band at out-of-state football games; date tickets at football games; limitations of expenditures for campus elections; and Southern program vice-president for National Student Association. ELECTED SPRING OF 1961 ELECTED FALL OF 1961 Susan Chappell Ford ARTS AND SCIENCES Olivei Samuel Heard Susan Roberts Reed Gwendolyn Patricia Jordan Elizabeth Fay Robertson Marion Sandford, Jr. Barbara Jean Tosch John Franklin Weeks David Isadore Kuperman BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION John Robert Cope Kirkland Gideon Smith Alfred Earl White Janice Mary Chadwell EDUCATION Karen Sue Parker Anne Herdman Carl Albert Nentwich, Resigned ENGINEERING Gary D. Aguren, Resigned James Denny Dannenbaum, Appointed Graeme Douglas Weaver, Appointed Monroe Ben Nowotny, Resigned Joe Mayer Victor, Resigned Peter C. Williams, Appointed John Sinclair Hartman, Appointed James Elwyn Neyland, Resigned FINE ARTS Kerry Hedick O ' Quinn Annette Marie Kasman, Appointed Ram Krishan Sharma, Resigned GRADUATE Larry Walter Martin Jack Bethel Brown, Appointed Robert Lee Wynne, III ARCHITECTURE John Burnham Holstead LAW Joe Tom Hood Weldon Wayne Froelich, Resigned PHARMACY Mary Virginia Schulz Lloyd H. Boudloche, Appointed Top Row: Aguren, Boudloche, Brown. Second Row: Chadwell, Cope, Dannenbaum. Third Row: Ford, Froelich, Halstead. Fourth Row: Hartman, Herdman, Hood. Fifth Row: Jordan, Kasman, Kuperman. Sixth Row: Nentwich, Neyland, Nowotny. Seventh Row: O ' Quinn, Parker, Reed. Eighth Row: Robertson, Sandford, Schulz. Ninth Row: Sharma, Smith, Tosch. Tenth Rote: Victor, Weaver, Weeks. Eleventh Row: White, Williams, Wynne. Page 123 41 ' ' v El v K. +-. A CULTURAL ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE William Lynn Aaron, Co-Chairman Douglas Arlington Boyd, Co-Chairman Michael Carl Stoune Andrew J. Brokema William W. Hampton CAMPUS SURVEY COMMITTEE Dianne Treadway, Chairman Deanna Alleman Diana Kay Bishop Charles Kendrick Cash Marilyn Kaye Chadd Orman Doster Darby Charita Anne Holt Barbara Katherine Hurt Nancy Barbara Kennedy Marion Martin John Manson Mathis Frances Elizabeth Penn Eddie D. Pierce Bernard Ernest Richert Sherri Louise Ripley John William Turner, Jr. Norman Alfred Vick William Carl Wolter CHALLENGE COMMITTEE Sandra Lee Parker, Co-Chairman Ronald David Eastman, Co-Chairman Victoria Bush Caldwell Mary Page Cariker Marie Louise Cezeaux Ann Francis Clark William Charles Cobb Dwight Dow Carolyn Draeger Gay Ferguson Carolyn Joyce Fisher Helena Rebecca Frenkil Judye Ann Galeener William C. Groves David Gray Hall William Russell Hardin Sue Harper Joseph Hill Hart Diane Imogene Homiston John D. Hughes Jack C. Irwin Kenneth Ray Jacob Richard Larry Jordon Annette Sharon Kasman Loyce Ann Katz John Edward Kirchner Dennis Gene Kovar Martha June Lanier Gregory Owen Lipscomb Teddy Jean Logan Jeanne Martinak Laura Elizabeth McNeil Steven Wood Moore Alpha Ann Muenzenberger Fredell Ann Pinkenson Nancy Green Pollard Dianne Ryan Robert Fleming See Anne Shelby Katherine Patricia Sims Isabell Smither Myra Elise Stein Katherine Roberta Stewart Thomas Edward Tieman George Terry Timmons Mary Virginia Van Fleet Gail Walker Lou Ann Walker John Franklin Weeks Charles Milo Wolfson ORIENTATION COMMITTEE Marna Susan Tucker, Chairman Deanna Alleman Bette Jane Azadian Edgar Daniel Bailey Zara Bannister Judy Schleyer Blanton Carol Ray Bridges James Crozier Brown Susan Brown Charles 0. Bubar Penny Burleson Clara Butcher William B. Chenault, III Janice Mary Chadwell Suzie Chambliss Tanis Ellyn Cooper Laurin C. Currie Elizabeth Anne Disch Mary Deffebach Margaret Sue Dutton Myra Sue Efron James Ellis Margaret Lucile Ellison Linda Burgin English Robert Paul Fernier Jane Flaitz Jim R ay Fletcher Alice Olivia Ford Helena Rebecca Frenkil Gail Gabriel Janet Lyn Galeener Alejandro Garcia Sylvia Ann Grider David Gray Hall Ila Dee Hatter Jeff Hayes Mary Haynes Oliver Samuel Heard Hoppy Eric Heidelberg Delia Mae Henderson Suzanne Jane Hughes Tom Lee Hutcheson Betty Ruth Johnson Doris J. Katz Jerry Paul Katz Carolyn Cage Kellam John Leonard Kelly Bert Gentry Lee Marion Leverett Stephen Lawrence Levine Edie Lyles Ronny James Matlock Gail Helen McBride Patricia Jean McClure Judith Louise Meyer Terry Miller Karen Anne Millerick James Luther Mims, III Fred M. Misko, Jr. G. Burke Musgrove James Gus Nixon 0. Walker Ogden Terry Park Karen Sue Parker Lou Parks Don Phillips Ronald Lynn Ramey Marsha Gay Rhew Herman Ringler Connie Jo Rock M. Anne Rudder Marion Sanford, Jr. Karen Sue Schneider Maida Singer Carolyn Marie Shaw Patricia Anne Smith Isabell Smither Artie Joe Spitzer Cynthia Dell Stolz Carol Storm Susan Richardson Syers Sandra Carol Thomas Larry D. Thompson Janet Florine Thorburn Martha Tipps Carolyn Ann Tull Kenneth Allan Weda Sara Katherine Wells Jann Whitehead Susan Elizabeth Whitsit Risa Wolfson Rebecca Annette Wood Page 124 CAMPUS CHEST STEERING COMMITTEE Esther Mary Roberts, Co-Chairman Charles Boots Goldberg, Co-Chairman John E. Barger Tennie Marie Bush James Albert Chandler Caren Maynette Cox Margaret Sue Button John G. Engler Pearl Feingold Sandra Helen Foster Helena Rebecca Frenkil Lane Frank Harris Rebecca Jo Hashop Jay Alan Kanter Stephen Lawrence Levine Carolyn Cay McCleary John Jackson McClendon Bobby Lee Lloyd William Allen Melton John Jacob Patton Kerry O ' Quinn Marion Sandford, Jr. Ellis Matthew Skinner Cynthia Dell Stolz Mary Jane Taylor Barbara Jean Tosch FLASH CARD COMMITTEE Jerry Cutler Coffey, Co-Chairman Alan Eugene Coffey, Co-Chairman Cheryl R. Albers Richard D. Barringer Roger Alan Barth Jamie Ann Bavouset William Beckman, III Michael Steven Benjer Genie Brackenridge David Lawrence Brady Eleanor Ann Butler Clifton Byrd Norman Richard Chapman Diana Marie Clark Carmon Coffman Vernon Lee Coil Mack Elbert Coker Don Dwight Cox James Albert Darst Donald Richard Deaver William Paul Derrick Jay Markey Donohoe Jane Eaton Brian Arnold Eberstein Nancy Richter Fowler Betsy Friesner David L. Geffen Michael J. Gray Ina Florence Grier Sondra Alma Halliday Ladonna Lois Hammett Sue Harper Ed Hazbrook William Horace Hickox Phillip Gordon Hinson Patricia Ann Hooper Robert Hurley Karen Lee Hyman Kay Keane Morton David Kline Katherine Knight Kay A. Knobloch Lois Marlene Lamb Mary Beth Lamb Martha Lamm Merlon Thomas Lasserre Marshall A. Leaffer Linda Markeen LeMay Norman B. Loewenstern Gail Elizabeth Mackey Len J. Mann Jerry Annette Marrou Thomas June Melton Charles Middleton Dwight Oliver Monteith James Patrick Moore Marilyn Jean Moore Russell Moore Judy Diane Mumma Linda Kay Nesbit Fred R. Neuenschwander Linda Register Neuenschwander Lynne Marie Raschke Sylvia Ann Raschke Joan Adele Rehm Nancy Ann Reinhold Nancy Renfro Sue Richardson Linda L. Robinson Sunell Rogers David Howell Sander Gary William Schoen Martha Elizabeth Sealy Gregg Elaine Shafer Richard Brock Shamberg Elizabeth Ann Smallwood William David Smallwood Steven Oliver Smock Teddy Layne Spark John Bruce Stoliar Loretta Switzer Wayne Virgil Switzer Jean Darton Thompson Joyce Kay Turner John William Warner Teresa Ann Webb John William Wilson Janet Joyce Zrubek David Hugh Slider, Co-Chairman Charles Mark Duval, Co-Chairman, Fall COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE William Lynn Little, Co-Chairman, Spring Tom R. Faulkner Robert Arthur Forster, III Deborah Carolyn Howell Sam E. Kinch, Jr. David T. Lopez Yvonne Charmayne Marsh Charles Robert McConachie Thomas Cope Newman Jane Irene Paganini Patricia Louise Pickler Gerald L. Shannon Zara Bannister, Co-Chairman Surrenden Kay Hill, Co-Chairman EDUCATIONAL CLIMATE COMMITTEE Maurice Angly, Jr. Nona Jean Conroy Jimmy Ray Fletcher Sandra Marie Hupp Mary Kathryn Kulchak Carole Jean Last Karen Sue Parker Susan Robertson GENERAL -ELECTION COMMISSION Robert Ellwood Jones, III, Chairman, Fall Charles Warren Eisemann, Chairman, Spring Edward Abraham Carolyn Lee Coe William Gilbert Fox Loyce Ann Katz Phyllis Marie Kazen Roy Jack McCarrol Steven Michael Newman Caroline Olson Mary Mason Pulver Ronald Lynn Ramey Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Sally Christine Seiders Page 125 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES FRESHMAN COUNCIL CO-ORDINATORS Carroll Boyce Hornburg Sara Katherine Wells Fall OFFICERS JOHN ROBERT COPE President . STEPHEN LLOYD BERCU V ice-President MAIDA SINGER Secretary . . Spring JAMES EDGAR GOODNIGHT, JR. JOHN MACK ORR MARION DIANNE HOLBROOK ADVISOR ASSEMBLY Wayne Fredric Aguren Zara Bannister Barret Harrison Barker Saul Charles Belz Frank Priour Beynon Thomas Armistead Bishop Mary Joann Blazek Susan Brown Victoria Bush Caldwell Shelby Tom Casey Thomas Drew Cauthorn Marie Louise Cezeaux Carolyn Sue Coker Faye Duckett Pearl Feingold Gail Gabriel Judye Ann Galeener Alejandro Garcia David Gray Hall Brian Peyton Hanson John Sinclair Hartman Oliver Samuel Heard Hoppy Eric Heidelberg Thomas Hood Herren Diane Imogene Homiston Helen Elizabeth Houston Victoria Lee Hunter Barbara K. Hurt Kenneth Ray Jacob Annette Sharon Kasman Loyce Ann Katz Michael Edward Keasler John Leonard Kelly Michele Kranz Carole Jean Last Marshall Allin Leaffer William Lynn Little William Elam Mabry Jeanne Martinak Edie Rebecca Maxey Carol Ann May Sue Ellen McClellan Fred M. Misko Lynn Marie Moore Pat Mosley Steven Michael Neuse James Boswell Newton Donna Faye Oberpriller Sandra Lee Parker John Jacob Patton Louis Forsythe Pennock Barbara Kylene Perry Fredell Ann Pinkenson Alfred Gerald Platt Wayne Joseph Prosper! Diane C. Rachal Lynn Marie Raschke Linda L. Robinson Francis Ronshausen Jay Thomas Roe Jeanne Louise Sears Robert Fleming See Mary Kay Smith Isabel! Smither Tyan Stelzer Richard Burl Stilwell John Bruce Stoliar Lou Ann Walker John Franklin Weeks Jay Lawrence Westbrook FRESHMAN ASSEMBLY Glendon Bryan Adams Walter Mathis Bain Howard Lawrence Burnstein C. Mike Brennan William Charles Cobb Jim L. Cox Janet Mathilda Dahl Edwin Theodore Davis Linda Jo Dublin Mary Lynne Durham Brian Arnold Eberstein Mike Eledge Neal B. Finer Myra Helene Fisher Forney Withers Fleming, III Jon Michael Ford Creston Henry Funk Frank Bosworth Hagler William Hewit Hawn, Jr. Daniel Robert Kirshbaum Julia Ann Kunze Ralph Edward Lehr Maurice Marcus J. Michael Metschan Charles Burford Middleton, Jr. Steve Leslie Moore Richard Peterson Nancy Ann Rosenberg Warner Edward Stone Charles Trent Thurn Jim Arthur Tillinghast Robert Edward Woodson David Michael Worley Paul Wright NSA-TISA COMMITTEE Ronald Dennis Cohen, Chairman Andrew W. Barr Ruben Stanley Brown Clyde Stanley Boose Robert Stephen Castroll Joseph B. Latting Lewin Plunkett Joseph Carrol Putnam, Jr. Angela Margaret Wallace SOCIAL CALENDAR COMMITTEE Ronald Glen Steinhart, Chairman Maria Arnold Paul David Couch Caren Maynette Cox Steve Wilson Harris Robert Elwood Jones Maria Elinor Medina Donald Ray Mighell Richard Charles Price HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE Mary Frances Simpson, Co-Chairman Richard Boyd Simpson, Co-Chairman James Alvin Barry Forrest Clark Farmer Roberta Ana Hernandez Joan Marie McAfee Laura Elizabeth McNeil Tomasine White Carolyn Mellisa Wilkins Page 126 SfUDENT (SOVERfJ UENT COMMITTEES INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE Fredell Ann Pinkenson, Co-Chairman John Jackson McClendon, Jr., Co-Chairman, Fall Carroll Boyce Hornburg, Co-Chairman, Spring Glendon Bryan Adams Maurice Angly, Jr. Bette Jane Azadian Kate Sydney Badash Richard Steven Bagby Lois Ann Blum Edward Ted Chambers William B. Chenault, III Charles Davenport Janet Louise DiRienzo Margaret Sue Dutton Judye Ann Galeener Ronald Allen Gillet Robert Leon Greenman F. Patrick Guinter David Hall Lee Edward Hartman, Jr. Oliver Samuel Heard Marilyn Beverly Hilley Steve Danial Kane Harvey Lynn Klein William Leo Moll Judy Kathleen Morris Gleen Burke Musgrove Jane Irene Paganini Robert Phillip Parker John David Pearl Shirley Louise Racusin Carole Joy Ranen Sharon Gaines Robins Susan Jane Rush Dianne Ryan Anne Shelby Virginia Ann Smith Isabell Smither Allan Jarrell Soffar Cynthia Dell Stolz Bruce Cameron Taylor Mary Jane Taylor Van Collier Tipton, Jr. Robert Thompson Gloria Ann Utay Robert William Wachsmuth Allan B. Waghalter Lou Ann Walker John Franklin Weeks Jay Lawrence Westbrook Joseph Peyton Wyatt, Jr. Shelby Allan Wyll John Farris Morehead, Chairman John Randolph Curry LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE Jimmy Ray Fletcher Thomas Keith Griffin Robert Arno Strass Kenneth Wolfe Trobaugh VISITATION COMMITTEE Ken Ray Jacob, Co-Chairman Gail Helen McBride, Co-Chairman Mary Joann Blazek George Richard Bettle Victoria Bush Caldwell John Robert Cope Homer Maurice Doke John Casper Drolla Linda Jo Dublin Susan Chappell Ford Judye Ann Galleener Annette Sharon Kasman David Clyde Pomeroy John Bruce Stoliar Bettye Swales Barbara Jean Tosch INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION Ritchie Reed, Co-Chairman Jann Whitehead, Co-Chairman Arfan Zaki Ameen Sherry Virginia Benn Susan L. Cambell Alfred G. Canales Donald Cole Qaudette Coleman Caren Maynett Cox Robert Carl Demler, Jr. William Paul De Roever Nellie Diaz Donna Jean Edelen Roberta Ann Fernandez James Edgar Goodnight Kay Ann Johnson Beverly Ellen Jones Nancy Ruth Jorr Terry Dale Milne Olga Quinones Viola Rodriquez Mary Ada Rosson Lilas Janice Shelby Adrienne Elizabeth Shuppe Kastomo Soegito Carolyn Soffar Herschel Marvin Timmons, Jr. Dianne Treadaway Gustavo Oscar Vergara Rebecca Annette Wood ROUND-UP Billy Howard Amstead Charles T. Clark Julius Glickman Gail Gabriel CENTRAL COMMITTEE Jack Russell McGuire Maria Elinor Medina Ferd Charles Meyer Jo Ann Pankratz Margaret Peck Kay Holm Peterson Ellis Wynn Presson Hoyt Hughes Purvis John G. Steele Helen Tackett F. Loren Winship STEERING COMMITTEE Mary Kay Adams Wayne Fredric Aguren Barrett Harrison Barker Samuel David Brady Stephanie Jane Buchanan Nancy Elizabeth Callaway Jan Durant Costilow William Claude Davidson, Jr. Betty Jean Gill Dinah Kay Heiser Karen Lee Hyman John Leonard Kelly David Charles Kristynik Harold G. Lutz Patricia Jean McClure Alonzo Perry McWilliams Gene Edward Mikeska Caroline Olson Kirkland Gideon Smith Mary Kay Smith Leah Ann Weaver Maureen Amis Shirley Ann Bird SPONSORS Clyde Richard King Mary Leinbach Alan Scott Brucie Taylor Julia Frances Terry Page 127 STUDENT COURT CHIEF JUSTICE LEE CHAGRA, Fall CHIEF JUSTICE JAMES BRANTON, Spring 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 ' Association, 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 usually 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 be- fore the Student Court, and also provides for appeal to an Appellate Court, composed of three law professors, appointed by the Dean of 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 Smiley ' s Advisory Cabinet, the Faculty-Student Cabinet, the Faculty-Student Discipline Committee, and the Parking, Traffic and Safety Policy and Panel Committees. In ad- dition, the Court upon request of the Dean of Student Life handles certain student disciplinary matters. The Court is also available to students and student organizations for interpretation or advisory judgments concerning the constitution or legis- lation 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. Associate Justices this year were David DuBose. Richard Keeton. Harry Reasoner, and Estil Vance. Alternates were Janet Galeener and Roger Lamar Gose. , DAVID DUBOSE JANET GALEENER RICHARD KEETON Page 128 HARRY REASONER ESTIL VANCE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL OFFICERS President BILL Louis WAYNE V ice-President ARTHUR JOSEPH SCHMIDT Recording Secretary HARRIETT LYNN PAINE Corresponding Secretary GAIL FRANCES ROBINSON Treasurer KIRKLAND GIDEON SMITH Members-at-Large WAYNE FREDRICK AGUREN ERHARD ERNST ALFRED KOERMER DANIEL E. KUBIAK SANDRA HOPE SABEAN Sweetheart . SUSAN VANDEVER HAMMOND CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR Constantine Michael Agorastos, President Jon Michael Hill, Vice-President Jerry Annette Marrou, Secretary JUNIOR Arthur Alexande r Duggan, President Jimmy Horton Graham, V ice-President Scheme Lee Watson, Secretary SOPHOMORE Phillip Allen Leonard, President Gary Allen Herman, Vice-President Eugenia Solka, Secretary FRESHMAN Alan Terry Stolier, President Ralph Lavon Arrell. V ice-President Judy Peavy, Secretary R. Clifton Anderson Ben B. Barr John Robert Cope David Isadore Kuperman FACULTY MEMBERS Charles Wallace Taylor ASSEMBLYMEN Charles T. Clark Nelia Fox Kirkland Gideon Smith Alfred Earl White ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Herschel Eugene Bain William Tilghman Lambdin John P. Skinner AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION Wayne LaCrone AMERICAN INSURANCE SOCIETY Paul Robertson Stabler AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Constantine Michael Agorastos Rodney Henry Stevenson BBA WIVES Charlene Gourney BETA ALPHA PSI William Kominsky Gary L. Thurman BETA GAMMA SIGMA Betty Howell DELTA SIGMA PI Joe Kennedy Howell William Robert Sanford INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLUB Manfred Guenter Koermer PETROLEUM LANDMAN ASSOCIATION Roy Yante Bon Terry PI OMEGA PI Gail Frances Robinson SIGMA IOTA EPSILON Charles Bubar Rex Beach Cruse, Jr. SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT David Alan Pyle Front Row: Hammond, Solka, Gourney, Marrou, Watson, Paine, Robinson, Fox. Second Row: Aguren, Stevenson, Graham, Hill, Smith, Stolier. Third Row: Pyle, Thurmon, Schmidt, White, Cope, Arrell, Clark. Fourth Row: Kominsky, Sanford, Stabler, Leonard, Kuperman, Barr. Fifth Row: Wayne, Bubar, Anderson. Page 129 EDUCATION COUNCIL OFFICERS President JANICE MARY CHADWELL V ice-President BRENDA SUE BARDEN Secretary MARY Lois FRIDAY STUDENT MEMBERS Brenda Sue Barden Beverly Ann Brindley Charlene Butler Janice Mary Chadwell Hazel Jane Clements Colleen Copeland Mary Lois Friday Anne Herdman Kay Ann Johnson Kay Nan Kocurek Alice Ann Marshall Arden Reed Linda Margaret Rellahan Nancy Swift Geneva Hanna Mary Bell James Clyde Martin FACULTY MEMBERS Kay Holm Petersen Beeman Noal Phillips John 0. Rodgers Alice Adams, resigned Anne Herdman, appointed ASSEMBLYMEN Marie Esther Caramanian, resigned Hazel Jane Clements, appointed Front Row: Kocurek, Park r, Chadwell, Herdman. Back Row: Johnson, Friday, Rellahan, Barden, Rogers, Marshall, Butler, Peterson, Phillips. Page 130 STUDENT ENGINEERING COUNCIL OFFICERS Fall Spring GARY D. AGUREN Chairman THOMAS GRANVILLE GEBHARD, JR. ROBERT ISAAC CARR Vice-Chairman GRAEME DOUGLAS WEAVER RICHARD S. WOLF Recording Secretary RICHARD S. WOLF PEGGY JEAN McCLAiN Corresponding Secretary GERRY LEE Fox PETER C. WILLIAMS Treasurer JOE MAYER VICTOR BYRON D. TAPLEY Faculty Advisors BYRON D. TAPLEY DAVID M. HIMMELBAUM . DAVID M. HIMMELBAUM AAAE Lawrence Allen Wheeless James Ray Cruz. Spring Gerry Lee Fox, Fall AIChE William Henry Hale, Jr. Robert A. Hermes, Fall AIEE David Grissom, Fall ]. B. Johnson, Spring William L. Mayes, Jr., Spring Joe Mayer Victor, Fall AIME James William Burroughs. Fall ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES William A. Kennedy, Fall Van Worth Johnson. Spring ASCE Thomas Granville Gebhard, Fall Edgar Volney Leyendecker. Spring Donald Allan Maxwell, Spring Graeme Douglas Weaver, Fall ASME David Lloyd Ash, Spring Tony D. Medina Stanley P. Weiss, Fall IAES Richard K. Hamilton Don McElhone CHI EPSILON Carlisle Maxwell, Jr., Fall Spruell Alton Russell, Jr., Spring PI TAU SIGMA Dean Jay Evans, Jr., Fall Make McDermott, Jr., Spring TAU BETA PI George L. Cardwell, III, Fall Charles E. Mcqueary, Spring TSPE Harry L. Kent, III Edward S. Peterson ETA KAPPA NU Ronald Leon Whitney Gary D. Aguren, Fall James Denny Dannenbaum, Spring John Sinclair Hartman, Spring ASSEMBLYMEN Carl Albert Nentwich, Fall Monroe Ben Nowotny, Fall Joe Mayer Victor, Fall Graeme Douglas Weaver, Spring Peter C. Williams, Spring Front Row: Johnson, Victor, Himmelblaum, Carr, Aguren, Wolf, Tapley, Cardwell, Maxwell. Back Row: Weaver, Fox, Wheeless, Gebhard, Evans, Weiss, Medina, Whitney. Page 131 UNfON The Texas Union strives to provide the University community with services, conveniences, and programs which will serve to unify and coordinate the functions of both classroom and extracurricular activity. After completing its first full year in the new 1.5 million dollar addition, the members of the Texas Union program proudly feel that they are approaching the goal of having something of interest for every University student. The Board of Directors, the staff, and the students on the Texas Union Council are continually working to present such things as speakers, films, dances, and leadership training in order to carry out their part in the educational process. It acts as ' the " living room " of the campus and truly serves as a unifying force in building morale and loyalty for the University. JOHN G. STEELE, Director BOARD OF DIRECTORS FACULTY MEMBERS William David Blunk William A. Cunningham Joe B. Frantz Dorothy Gebauer F. C. McConnell John G. Steele EX-STUDENT MEMBERS Brad Bourland Jack Russell Maguire STUDENT MEMBERS Frances Byrd Collins Paul David Couch James Hudson Dudley Harvey Michael Jones Robert Elwood Jones, III Maria Elinor Medina Maurice Samuel Olian Richard Charles Price Elizabeth Faye Robertson Seated: R. E. Jones, Dudley, Robertson, Cunningham, Price, H. M. Jones. Standing: Olian, Steele, Couch. Page 132 UMON Top Rom: MRS. BRUCE L. TAYLOR, Assistant to the Director; NETA FIELDS, Business Manager; SHIRLEY ANN BIRD, Program Supervisor; JULIA FRANCES TERRY, Program Assistant. Bottom Row: LUCILLE BAER, Program Assistant; MIMI MEILI, Program Assistant; GERALD H. JONES, Arts and Crafts Supervisor; JACK E. HURLEY, Games Manager; CLARENCE SUNDBERG, Building Foreman. UMON m Top Row: PAUL DAVID COUCH, President; DELORA ELIZABETH BLAZEK, Executive rice-President (Fall); PATRICIA ANNE SMITH, Executive V ice-President (Spring); HARVEY MICHAEL JONES, Financial rice-President. Bottom Row: SUSAN ELIZABETH WHITSIT, Secretary; ELIZABETH FAYF. ROBERTSON, Member-at-Large; JULIA CORLEY, Member-at-Large (Fall); JOHN LEONARD KELLY, Member-at-Large (Spring); JESSIE ADELE GILMER, Member-al-Lorge, (Spring . Page 133 UNION CC U UfTTEES CHARM COMMITTEE Stephanie Jane Buchanan, Chairman, Spring Wanda Vienna Turck, Chairman, Fall Cecile Curlin Autrey Martha Love Brindley Nancy Jane Cain Susan Calvert Estha Willborn Chism Carolyn Lee Coe Dian Gigi Daniels Georgi Elizabeth Davis Sandra Marie Dietz Kathleen Doherty Carol Diane Douglass Julia Aurelia Dudley Terry Joan Feinstein Carolyn Joyce Fisher Jane Elizabeth George Carroll Day Gilmer Jeanne Marie Golly Nancy Jean Hermann Cherie Sandra Hesse Sharon Kimberley Hurst Amelia Mary Janssen Monte Sue Kalmans Nancy Benedict Kelly Ina Rae Klein Sandra Lee Lawrence Lynda Schaffer Mann Carolyn Ann McCarty Jane Ann McElvy Patricia Karen Mendelson Rose Marie Monk Harriet Elaine Oldham Carolyn Phillips Marian Steward Rubey Joan Marie Schilo Martha Elizabeth Sealy Laura Ann Shuford Suzanne Cory Slade Helen Mae Spencer Sue Strube Patti Teper Barbara Ann Vernon Linda Waidhofer Pat Wallis Wright Nancy Joan Wiener PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Dorothy Louise Laves, Chairman Linda Anya Allman Mary Kay Adams Helen Claire Anderson Edgar Daniel Bailey Carolie Ann Baity Joel Stewart Berger Bennie W. Bock, II Penelope Brooks Blaire Busby Don E. Crowley Elisa Savilla Davis Edwin Lester Felter Roberta Ann Fernandez Diane Kathleen Fitts Frank Furmon Haddix Bill Myers Hart Helon Kay Herring Henry J. Horva George Gilbert Johnston Bert Gentry Lee Stephen Lawrence Levine Carol Joan Levitt Marion Martin Pamela Ann Martin Patricia Jean McClure Beverly Ann McLarty Marianne Pittman Mary Ellen Segal Carolyn Soffar Nancy Elizabeth Stropeni Charles Christian Wenck SPEAKERS COMMITTEE Richard Norman Johnston, Chairman Ellen Beall Hubert William Beare, Jr. Preston Brashear, III Susan Brown Judy Camp Robert Stephen Castroll Barry Mendel Cohen Mary Marsha Dingle George Dixie Daveley Dubrow Michael Joseph Epstein Sandra Kay Foster Karl Marion Hanner Gerald Mack Harris Pamela Jane Heath Barbara Ann Jones Jane Marcelle Jones Carolyn Gage Kellam Norman Bernard Loewenstern Pam Manley Julia Nell Mann Elinor Elaine McCain Ann McGuffin Janet Lee Miller Sabra Ann Moore Sara Ann Sanborn Richard Arthur Shannon Susan Deranda Shaw Nancy Stroup Barbara Jean Tosch Jane Wilson Sandra Lee Zimmerman STUDENT-FACULTY COMMITTEE Sylvia Ann Grider, Chairman Deanna Alleman Joan Allen Mary Lou Baird David Bruce Bell Ann Conner Brown Beverly Ann Byers Robert Randolph Caddel Deanna Marye Dimmitt Carolyn Draeger Roger Cooper Edmonds Margaret Lucile Ellison Samuel David Ellison Suzanne Hall Judy Ann Haley Dina Lynn Hallmark Lane Frank Harris Anne Hogan Mary Ethelyn Hill GJenda Margaret Hunt Patricia Jackson Judy Latimer Jordan Marion Leverett Gwendolyn Virginia Mayfield Mary Lou McComack B. Carolyn Porter Merla Lew Riddle Roberta Ann Schiller Carolyn Ann Scogin Jayne Denise Scale Bev Stevenson Dianne Treadaway Janet Florine Thorburn Betty Walker Elizabeth Ann Wood NEWSLETTER COMMITTEE Betty Jean Gill, Chairman Howard David Brecht Mildred Elizabeth Bunch Suzanne Mauk Charles Robert McConachie Ann Morgan Jon Paul Newton Leroy Ruiz Sally Ann Shoenberger Linda Skelton John Walker Stevens, Jr. Lila Dianne Voss Bill Wilson The Union Council and Staff are one big happy family when retreat time rolls around. Page 134 UNION GRADUATE GROUP Arnold Eugene Grotty, President Vanita Joye Lee, V Ice-President Emily Dodge Kidder, Secretary Joe Tee Watt, Jr., Treasurer CENTRAL COORDINATING BOARD Stephanie Jane Buchanan, Fall Carolyn Draeger Susan Dunlap Ronyce Cole Longwood, Spring Fred M. Misko, Jr., Fall Lou Parks Clyde David Pomeroy Nancy Ann Ratliff, Spring James Eugene Sanders Arthur Lewis Schecter Union leaders discuss problems of leadership on the Spring Retreat. HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE Karen Lee Hyman, Chairman, Spring Claudette Coleman, Chairman, Fall Kathryn Ann Bailey Anita Blackman Kathryn Corinne Collins Tyra Ann Cox Marilyn Cunningham Jessica Royece Darling Sandra Marie Dietz Carolyn Joyce Dodd Betty Joy Galoway Abigail Carol Glosserman Linda Ruth Harvey Anne Herdman Alice Faye Heitkamp Priscilla Jane Hester Delia Mae Henderson Helen Elizabeth Houston Ginger del Howell Sandra Jean Jircik Chinky Johnson Armead Howard Johnson Rosemary Jordan Ann S. Kasman Sandra Sue Keeney Joann Yvonne Kunz Judith Faye Lawrence Lula Belle Maddox Kay Neeley Linda Kay Nesbit Olga Quinones Carole Joy Ranen Gigi Robinson Linda Lankford Robinson Mary Ada Rosson Dianne Ryan Cynthia Lee Shoptaw Barbara Ann Skinner Kay Carlton Solomon Cathy Francis Stein Martha Jane Wade Helaine L. Wayne Bette Kay Weiner Sandra Sue Wilcox Toni Woodford DANCE COMMITTEE Leah Ann Weaver, Chairman Patricia Sue Balkman Bobby Gene Bizzell James Lee Blackwell Michael Horace Casey Dorothy Salley Clements Jan Durant Costilow Virginia Lee Dietz Mary Elizabeth Doyle Jerry Dee Evans Mary Lynn Finnell Felix Hallum George, Jr. Edgar P. Glazgrook Robert Ernest Henry Sharon O ' Nita Herbert Richard Alan Holekamp Cathy Jenkins Larry Lee Johnson Michal Frances Jones Barbara Ilene Josephson Carol Lynn McFarland Shirley Anne McGuire Sandra Ann McManners Jean Janette Morgan Linda Josephine Noack Francis Marion Northcutt Lynda Painter Amanda Sue Peel Elsie Grace Ramirez Lawrence Mayo Reed Harry Douglas Reese Arlene Elenora Rotter Thomas Sandlin James Donald Sheffield Beth Anne Shocket Janet Hana Slavens Kent Hamil[on Smith Martha Louise Tiemann Larry Ray Walker Carol Louise Wharton Don White Kenneth Lee Wise Alice Dorothy Wofford LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE James Owen Rush, Chairman, Spring Jessie Adele Gilmer, Chairman, Fall Genie Brackenridge Paul James Broyles Mack Elbert Coker James Markey Donohoe, Jr. Jim Ray Fletcher John Newell Gilbreath Charles Boots Goldberg Margaret Ruth Hagood Jay Dene Hill Richard Larry Jordan Charles Bryon Lane, Jr. Terry Lee Mayer Eddie D. Pierce Frances Preston Karen Sue Schneider Heleen Alise Simon Mary Kay Smith Bonnie Gay Uhr Page 135 Larry Reed gives instructions at the Union ' s dance class. UNION TALENT COMMITTEE Martha Lee McKinley, Chairman, Spring John Leonard Kelley, Chairman, Fall Patricia Diann Bennington James Lee Blackwell Lynda Jean Blair Catherine Elizabeth Bondies Karen An n Brewer Patricia Campbell Patricia Diane Cornelius Rebecca Ruth Davis John Charles Dunagan Charlotte James Duncan Gwendolyn Jean Fletcher Richard York Funston Johnnie Jene Hering Thomas Buckner Hightower Carrie Patricia Joiner Nancy Barbara Kennedy Sharon Ann O ' Crowley Ronald Stephen Ripps Vivian Rose Rosales Theresa Anne Smith Pegi Ann Willis Ashot Merijan, President Azmi Abdul-Hadi Lasca Butler Marie Louise Cezeaux Margaret Anne Christie INTERNATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Wilhem Paul deRoever Herbert Kyle Durand Kay Johnson Laura Jeanne Kassos Youssef Khatoun Alfred Lunde Judith Ann McArdyle Siri Madhayomchandra Baldev Singh Manhas Bernard Ortiz de Montellano Elsie Grace Ramirez Dianne Treadaway Gustavo Oscar Vergara Alfred George Viney James Robert Proffitt, President David M. Alexander Mack Wayne Allred Robert W. Anderson Sam S. Anzelmo, Jr. J. Kenneth Boggs Eddie Bradford Milton Thomas Buchanan Eugene Paul Chapline Jimmy Earl Coe Jim Lee Cole Daniel Robert Cook Kenneth Roy Crellen TEXAS UNION AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY Robert Ralph Dickey William Fehrenkamp Charles Thomas Fikes Adolph Flores, Jr. Mary Ann Harris Elmer L. Hensley Stanley Charles Hutka William Henry Key Bill Lamp Jefferson F. Lindsey Patricia Sue Maloney Peter Lee Maverick James W. Mize, Jr. Robert Stirling Newton Jimmy Dale Polozeck Al Robinson Charles Terrell Speed John Walker Stevens, Jr. John Maxwell Stout Robin Keith Strandtman Don F. Sullivan Edwin Thomas Upchurcl ' John Walton Waddill Philip C. White William W. White Clovis Maurice Womack MUSIC COMMITTEE Mary Haynes, Chairman, Spring James Robert Caraway, Chairman, Fall Sandra Joy Barnes Betje Black Jesse Kenneth Boggs Fredda Pauline Bonifield Stephanie Chernikowski Donna Lou Clark Priscilla Read Cross Carroll Day Gilmer Laura Ellen Glass Barbara Elaine Grevsky Julia Ann Hill Jan Jopling Joan Elaine Kainer Carolyn Moritz C. O. Patterson Mary Sue Prisk Linda Reed Mercedes Emma Shields Kathleen Rae Stewts Sandra Waldrop Sara Katherine Wells Ramsey B. Wiggens TOURNAMENTS COMMITTEE Arthur Alexander Duggan, Chairman Errol Glenn Archer David Lawerence Brady- Robert Paul Bryan Ben Bynum William B. Chenault, III Emily Josephine Crawford Alice Ann Driscoll Carol Ann Edmondson Patti Frick Richard Kenneth Hamilton Jack Webster Lester, Jr. Edie Lyles Mary Glen Maxwell Betty McCroskey Rachel C. Merriman Steven W. Moone Jerry Wayne Parks Roy Leon Roberts Nancy Susan Rogers Alison Blair Taylor Eric Phillip Weisberg James Marvin Windham, Jr. Page 13 Todd Franklin conducts the Leadership Seminar. UMON COMMITTEES FILM COMMITTEE John Edward Kirchner, Chairman Merilyn Kay Bodden Kristin Bowen Jodi Boyle Alexis Joan Brown John Gene Forister Wanda Lee Friery Joyce Elaine Groogan Don Griffith Linda Sue Gwaltney Susan Neal Harvick Nancy Kathleen Henkel Caroline Susan Hughes Oscar Eugene Lynge, Jr. Nancy Jean Monroe William Polk Murchison, Jr. Carol Ann Peterson Martha Ann Sanders Steven Lee Segal Sandra Lee Smith James Daniel Stein Charlene Elizabeth Strader Samuel Lynn Ward Elizabeth M. White Patricia Maureen Williams Janet Joyce Zrubek HOUSE DECORATIONS COMMITTEE Dina Kay Bishop, Chairman, Spring Pamela Ann Meyers, Chairman, Fall Brenda Jo Began Carlene Burgheimer Ann Elizabeth Dunning Judy Hall Foreman Carole Lee Galloway Anne Royston Geise Kathie Golly Vanna Lee Jessen Carl Jones Jones John Bingham Martin Nancy Ruth Maurer John Malcolm McRae Kathleen Fenley Moore Patricia Louise Pickler Karen Lynn Powell Mary Jane Powell Anita Louise Preston Mary Beth Price Carolyn Ann Robison Jane Stalmach Delegates from over 25 schools enjoy the banquet for the Region IX Conference of the American Association of College Unions. TEXAS UNION ADVISORY BOARD Gary D. Aguren Rolinda Bailey Elwanda Sue Bourne Michal Barry Gotten Paul David Couch Francis Ann Drake Charles Warren Eisemann Gail Gabriel Thomas Granville Gebhard, Jr. Michelle Guillot Dinah Kay Heiser Walter Tom Henson Carroll Boyce Hornburg Roberta Lee House Robert Ellwood Jones, III Lawrence Anthony Joseph Loyce Ann Katz Lowell Henry Leberman Ferd Charles Meyer, Jr. Burke Musgrove James Elwyn Neyland Joseph Peck, Jr. Hoyt Hughes Purvis Susan Roberts Reed Judith Blanton Schleyer Maida Singer Sam Sparks John G. Steele Bill Louis Wayne Sara Katherine Wells Susan Elizabeth Whitsit EXHIBITS COMMITTEE Lori Ann Nichols, Chairman Martha Ann Bawer Earl Fae Cooper Susan Dunlap Mabel Alicia Edwards Lesta Pauline Frank Janet Laverne Fritz Charles Weldon Lucas Carole Ann Johnson John Manson Mathis Terry Dale Milne Michol Mary O ' Connor Sheryl Sue Peterson James Glenn Reeves Mary Lou Roshton Sandra Ann Sanders Dennis Peter Tishlias Susan Jo Trostel Miley Frances Tucker William Carl Wolter Vincent Price answers questions at a reception following his speech sponsored by the Speakers Committee. MARRIED STUDENTS COUNCIL Co-Wed Wives MRS. HOYT BALLARD Pharmacy Wives MRS. BOBBY JACK MARTIN C.B.A. Wives MRS. LEE E. GRAY English Wives MRS. CLARENCE M. BARNES Geology Wives MRS. ROLAND GIEGER Law Wives MRS. DONALD RORSCHACH Law Wives MRS. JIMMIE TODD N.A.U.D MRS. AUSTIN P. YOUNG Architecture Wives . . MRS. LEE WRIGHT, JR. Page 137 STUDENT PUBUCxmoNS, BOARD OF DIRECTORS FACULTY MEMBERS BILLY HOWARD AMSTEAD, Professor of Mechanical Engineering STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Professor of Resources NORRIS G. DAVIS, Associate Professor of Journalism OLIN ETHMER HINKLE, Associate Professor of Journalism STUDENT MEMBERS MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN, President of the Students ' Association KEITH JOHN COX, Assembly Representative JAMES DENNY DANNENBAUM, Assembly Representative LEON NORROD GRAHAM, Assembly Representative BETTYE SUE SWALES, Assembly Representative EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., General Manager HARRELL ESTES LEE, Editorial Manager EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Director of Student Activities REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD, Cactus Editor HOYT HUGHES PURVIS, Daily Texan Editor JAMES CARL HYATT, Daily Texan Managing Editor ARBON JACK LOWE, Ranger Editor, September through November DAVID T. LOPEZ, Ranger Editor, December through February RAYMOND R. HANSON, Ranger Editor, March through May Top Row: Amstead, Arbingast, Cox, Dannenbaum, Davis, Edmonds, Graham, Hlnkle, Hyatt. Bottom Row: Lee, Lopei, Lowe. Olian. Price, Purris. Swale, Wood. Page 138 BUSINESS STAFF LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., General Manager HARRELL ESTES LEE, Editorial Manager FRANKIE MAE LINDSEY, Business Manager BARBARA PARR, Office Manager DOROTHY K. RICKS, Comptroller JOHN L. ROSS, JR., Circulation Manager, Fall BILLY JACK CURTIS, Circulation Manager, Spring MARY MARGARET GLASSCOCK FRAZIER, Advertising Manager SHELBY S. WHITE, Mechanical Supervisor MARGUERITE FREEMAN, Cactus Supervisor RICHARD VENNE, Photography Supervisor JANE DASHIELL, Office Assistant JUDY OAKLEY, Office Assistant PETER MICHAEL ALLISON, Office Assistant, Spring JOHN CHARLES HARRISS, Office Assistant, Fall BILLY RAY BUGG, Advertising Office Assistant JOHN G. AVANT, Photographer ROBERT JOHN DRADDY, Photographer DAILY TEXAN ADVERTISING SALESMEN John Hart Amacker William James Begg Earl B. Boyanton, Jr. John Randal Brown Jimmy Gayle Connell Ralph Kendrick Davis, Jr. Thomas Robert Evans Tom Faulkner James Talcott Grotte Ken Ray Jacob Marion David Standridge Kenneth H. Wax John Charles Wheeler THE TEXAS RANGER MAGAZINE Rodman Gorman Hugh Lowe THE CACTUS William James Begg Top Row: Edmonds, Lindsey, Lee, Frazier, Freeman, Ricks, While. Bottom Rov: Parr, Venne, Dashiell, Curtis, framss, Allison, Bugg. Page 139 Editor-in-Chief REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD Associate Editor DONNA SUE NELSON Editorial Assistant FAYE FLORANCE REBECCA ANNETTE WOOD Editor-in-Chief FAYE FLORANCE Editorial Assistant DONNA SUE NELSON Associate Editor Page 140 SECTION EDITORS Athletic GEORGE PARDUE BUNCH Dormitories and Co-Operatives JEANINE ANNE WATSON Features ARBON JACK LOWE Fraternity WHARTON CLARENCE COLE GLENADINE RUSSELL Honorary ZANE ANN MORGAN Military WAYNE MAXWELL SHULL Organizations ELIZABETH ANNE AUSTIN ELAINE LEE WILLIAMS Sorority. KAY LYNN MORROW Student Government . JOHN EDWARD KIRCHNER STAFF ASSISTANTS Kathryn Ann Bailey Roy Wade Bost Genie Brackenridge John Henry Cissik William Edward Crook Thomas Braden Daly Christine Ann Hatch Jan Marie La Master Vincent Joseph Rodnite Sheila Jane Ross Nancy Kay Stroup Robert Travieso Nan Standish Werner Patricia Ann Williams Left to Right: Williams, Watson, Shull, Morrow. Left to Right: Austin, Russell, Lowe, Cole. Left to Right: Bunch, Morgan, Kirchner. Page 141 HOYT HUGHES PURVIS Editor-in-Chief DAVID T. LOPEZ Managing Editor (Fall) Editor-in-Chief HOYT HUGHES PURVIS Managing Editor JAMES CARL HYATT (Spring) Managing Editor DAVID T. LOPEZ (Fall) JAMES CARL HYATT Managing Editor (Spring) Page 142 Fall JAMES CARL HYATT RICHARD JOHN VANSTEENKISTE PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH CAROLYN SUE COKER LAURA ELIZABETH McNEIL BARBARA JEANNE REINERT CAROL SULLIVAN MARTHA TIPPS MIKE DIXON NEELY EDWARD KNOCKE, JR WILLIAM J. HALL WILLIAM LYNN LITTLE CURTIS DOBBS SAMUEL E. KINCH, JR JANE IRENE PAGANINI WILLIAM W. HAMPTON STAFF Spring Assistant Managing Editor RICHARD JOHN VANSTEENKISTE News Editor SAMUEL E. KINCH, JR. Assistant News Editors MARTHA TIPPS LOU ANN WALKER ROBERT NELSON RHODES JANE IRENE PAGANINI CHARMAYNE MARSH Sports Editor HARVEY EDWARD LITTLE . . . . Associate Sports Editor WILLIAM LYNN LITTLE WESLEY H. HOCKER Intramural Sports Co-Ordinator DAN REED Campus Life Editor PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH . Associate Campus Life Editor CAROLYN SUE COKER . Amusements Editor WILLIAM W. HAMPTON MIKE MUNCY Associate Amusements Editor ROBERT DAVID ARMSTRONG ELISA SAVILLA DAVIS Editorial Assistants MARGARET ANNELL TODD PATRICIA JEAN McCLURE LAURA ELIZABETH McNEIL DOROTHY LOUISE LAVES SUE ELLEN COOPER ALBERTA ANN APEL THOMAS A. COOPER NONA MARIE STRANGE BARBARA JEANNE REINERT JOYCE JANE WEEDMAN RICHARD ROSSER COLE BERT LOUIS CAMPBELL Night Editors DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL DONALD CARTER RUTHERFORD CINDY PENDERGRASS KEEVER ROBERT LESTER LACY ROBERT LESTER LACY DAVID H. SLIDER BETTYE SUE SWALES DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL JOANNE WILLIAMS DAVID KIRBY HELTON JOANNE WILLIAMS Desk Editors CHARLES STANFORD ESKRIDGE CHARLES STANFORD ESKRIDGE DOROTHY LOUISE LAVES BILL HAMILTON LARRY LEE CINDY PENDERGRASS KEEVER JOE ROBERT SELBY LARRY LEE BARBARA JEAN TOSCH CAROLYN LEE COE Exchange Editors PHYLLIS ELAINE TRONSON JOHN CRISS REAGAN Special Page Editor BARBARA JEANNE REINERT B. RODNEY DAVIS Engraver B. RODNEY DAVIS TOMMY CHARLES STUCKEY Proofreader JIM GIBSON Columnist ARBON JACK LOWE Round-Up Editors ALBERTA ANN APEL RICHARD JOHN VANSTEENKISTE Art Editor SUSAN LEE CAMPBELL ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORS ASSISTANT CAMPUS LIFE EDITORS Robert Lee DuPont, Jr. Mary Jo Hendrix Carlton Lieuen Roger Adkins Susan Jane Allen Judith Ann Asel Sharon Lee Ashton Andre Bacon Mary Patricia Barlow Candy Kay Berry Lana Kae Bradshaw Bette June Brown Thomas Patrick Cahill Everett Hullum, Jr. Roy Alexander Jones, II Eugene Stowers STAFF Vicke B. Caldwell Connie D. Catterton Pete Chapa Mike Clifton Clunie Charles Ray Collum Michael D. Corley David George Crossley Robert Lee DuPont, Jr. Robert Nathan Fain Tommy Faulkner Judith Jeannine Capps Tommy Foster ASSISTANTS Carol Jane Gustine Everett Hullum Joan Elaine James Royce Lambert Gary Howard Mayer David Michael McNeely Bridgido Hector Mireles Bene Kathirene Niemczura Theresa Kaye Northcott Mike Pettit Walta Marie Smith Susan Jo Trostel George Robert Phenix Lee Roy Salzberger Mary Ann Seamon Michael Vogtel Smith Mary Cornelia Spinks Alicia Antoinette Tieber James Walter Terry William Robert Vandiver Juan Manuel Vasquez James Edward Vowell CD o Top Rote: Ape], Barlow, Camp- bell, Capps, Coe, Coker, Cooper, Davis, Dobbs, Esk- ridge. Second Row: Foster, Hampton, Hendrix, Howell, Jones, Kinch, Knocke, Laves, H. Little, W. Little. Third Row: Lowe, McClure, McNeil, Muncy, Neeley, Pa- ganini, Reinert, Rhodes, Rusch. Selby. Fourth Row: Slider, Smith, Stuckey, Swales, Tipps, Todd, Tosch, Tronson, VanSteen- kiste. Walker. Page 143 ARBON JACK LOWE Editor-in-Chief (September, October, November, December Issues) DAVID T. LOPEZ Editor-in-Chief (February Issue) Editor-in-Chief ARBON JACK LOWE (June-November) Editor-in-Chief DAVID T. LOPEZ (December-February) Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND R. HANSON (March-May) RAYMOND R. HANSON, JR. Editor-in-Chief (March and April Issues) Page 144 Associate Editor DAVID GEORGE CROSSLEY (September-November ) Associate Editor PETER MICHAEL SMITH (December-February) Associate Editor JAMES BOSWELL NEWTON (March-May) Art Editor KERRY O ' QUINN (September-November) Art Editor HAL CORBIN NORMAN, JR. (December-May) Circulation Manager LIEUEN ROGER ADKINS (Septem ber-Novem her) Circulation Manager JAMES GORDON GIBSON (Decem her -Jan uary) Circulation Manager TRAVIS RIVERS (February-May) Ditty Texanne Editor DAVID HAYNES Art Assistant . . TONY BELL STAFF ASSISTANTS Marilyn Beverly Hilley Michele Kranz Ernest Vinson Scheihagen George Buell Shepherd Timothy J. Stinson Gilbert Matison Wyrick CONTRIBUTORS AND DISTRIBUTORS Andre Bacon Roger Baker George Thomas Barentine Carol Ann Bohn Richard D. Boldt Thomas H. Booker Joe E. Brown Ben Bynum Vicky Ann Cardwell Alan Darrell Causey Presley Howard Chalmers Pete Chapa Charles Ray Collum David T. Connally John Craig Michal Ann Cranford Robert John Draddy Sharon Lee Ellis Elinor Louise Evans John Gowan Franklin Duane Haar Larry Curtis Hall Xanthia Hare Wesley H. Hocker Deborah Carolyn Howell Paul Thomas Kantz Joe Allen Kenas Thomas Anthony Lankes Ralph Edward Lehr Jerome Seymour Levy Gerald Arthur Lowe Mary Charlotte Magee Huey McNealy David Michael McNeely Justin McPlantagenet Jeffery Lynn Millar Billy Mohr Dorothea Moore Sally Ann Morris James M. Neely Thomas Baxter Parris Gerald Peacock William Y. Penn William Heinz Ratz Barbara Jeanne Reinert Gilbert Shelton Winston Smith Susan Stallard Billy Strong Betty Sue Swales Bruce Franklin Turner James Wade Vicki Watkins Bob Williams PETER MICHAEL SMITH Associate Editor (February Issue) JAMES BOSWELL NEWTON (left) Associate Editor (March-April Issues) HAL CORBIN NORMAN, JR. Art Editor (February- April Issues) Page 145 EDITORIAL BOARD Chairman DAVID ARMSTRONG HUGH LOWE LARRY LEE Associate Editor CLIFFORD ENDRES Art Editor TONY BELL STAFF ASSISTANTS Art CAROLYN ARNIM LEE BASORE VICKY ANN CARDWELL SALLY ANN MORRIS Correspondence MARTHA ANN HARTZOG Exchanges DIANN BENNINGFIELD ADVISORY COMMITTEE WILLIAM AYRES ARROWSMITH, Professor of Classical Languages THOMAS MABRY CRANFILL, Professor of English WILLIAM LAWRENCE RIVERS, Associate Professor of Journalism LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, Ex-Officio member without vole So many literary publications are first issued with financial birth pangs that it must have seemed that Riata, the new UT literary magazine, was born on a golden printing press. The staff was given space in the Journalism Building, the business details that cause many an editor to climb the walls were handled by Texas Student Publications, and the TSP Board offered to underwrite losses up to $1,000. There was much more to the birth of Riata, however, than these fortunate circ umstances suggest. Two journalism students, Nat Gibson and Larry Hall, promoted it by talking to everyone from Chancellor Ransom on down. Nearly a year had passed and Gibson and Hall were no longer on the campus when the first Riata came out in April, 1962. A versatile staff did the work: David Armstrong, a graduate student in classics who served as chairman of the Board of Editors; Larry Lee, a junior in journalism; Hugh Lowe, a senior in English; Clifford Endres, a senior in English: and Tony Bell, a junior in art. By literary magazine standards, the first issue was a financial as well as a critical success: nearly 1,000 copies were sold at 50 cents each. Left to Right: Lee, Lowe, Armstrong, Endres. Page 146 DORMITORIES AND CO-OPERATIVES EDITED BY JEANINE WATSON Page 147 ALL OFFICERS Chairman Vice-Chairman Sondra Kay Bogy Sue Brantley Mary Elizabeth Calkin Ruby Helen Crawford Carol Louise Adams Carlene Burgheimer Shirley Marian Clark Kaye Dunne Sarah Elizabeth Haden Faye Florance Grace Elayne Gajdos, Chairman Jeanne Marie Golly Janette Erwin Allen Mary Jenell Fitz Elizabeth Dittmar Barbara Kay Hopson Mary Brooks Breivton Judy Ann Haley Ada Lou Hartman Caroline Ann Baity Anita Louise Dell Ann Connor Brown Ellen Martha Clarke Carol Ann Cory Roxy Anne Childs Jane Carolyn Cowper Jessica Royece Darling Diane M. Dodson Shirley Jean Iley Marilyn June Adams Lou Ellen Howard Judith Ann Lanier Frankie Ruth Lewis Judith Ann Bennett Mary Elizabeth Donnell Bonnie Nancy Crenshaw Mary Elizabeth Doyle Elizabeth Anne Files Helen Hicks Maria Noelia Arredondo, Chairman Margaret A. Beaulieu Martha Adele Mary Kokesh Shirley Ann Leppard Patricia Ruth Cole Carolyn Draeger Barbara Lynn Gibbs Sylvia Ann Grider Sharon Eames Harwell Sharon O ' Nita Herbert Patricia Ann Jackson Alice Claire Jones CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH SANDERS . SYLVIA ANN GRIDER Reporter CAROLYN BETH THOMAS Secretary-Treasurer . . DIANE M. DODSON Faculty Sponsor HELEN MARGARET FLINN ANDREWS Carolyn Ethel Dahse Kay Davis Amy Lynn Mclnnis Elizabeth Anne Normand BLANTON Glynda Marian Harrell Helen Elizabeth Houston Jan Jopling Martha Lee Kitzmiller Suzanne Knapp Peggy Rockwood Linda Elaine Sellers Nancy Jean Sterner, Chairman Sally Ann McEver Isabel Rodriguez Sharon Beverly Roth S. Janice Upchurch, Chairman CAROTHERS Betty Ruth Hagemann Linda Margaret Rellahan Sharon Kaye Rudy Janet P. Slomchinski Marjorie Louise Stephens Stephanie Lois Swafford Sara Jo Thompson Judy Madeline Tietz GRACE HALL Gail Helen McBride, Chairman Nancy June Neitsch Martha Ann Sanders Ann Burnett Scott KINSOLVING NORTHEAST Jan Jones Sibyl Marie Queen Kathryn Ann Krueger Ellen Taylor Shockley KINSOLVING NORTHWEST Sandra Lee Lawrence Kathryn Patricia Sims Janette Overton Suzanne Thomas Marilyn Margaret Savage KINSOLVING SOUTHEAST Jane Flaitz Sara Jane Peters Sandra Paul Love Cynthia Lee Shoptaw Beverly Ruth Maxey Isabel! Smithers, Mary Evelyn Merritt Chairman Rose Marie Monk KINSOLVING SOUTHWEST Mary Erin Porter Carol Glee Ingram Carolyn Alexandria Kern Kathleen Malick Linda Bragg McDaniel Rebecca Ann Phillips Lynne Marie Raschke Mary Jane Riley, Chairman KIRBY HALL Maureen McBride Barbara Anne Miller Cynthia T. Morgan Judy Mumma Nancy Carlisle Newton Barbara Ann Nowlin Marilyn Lee Ward LITTLEFIELD Dinah Kay Heiser Ida Marie Klein Sally Anne Lehr Jean A. Lynch Zane Ann Morgan Philena June Morton Janet Greer Nelson Donna Faye Oberpriller Margaret Anne Rudder Sharron Elizabeth Smartt, Chairman NEWMAN HALL Sandra Carlatta Luecking Rebecca Sue Matthews Charlene Marie Merian Olga Quinones Mary Ellen Richter Jennie Sedita Carolyn Martha Short, Chairman SCOTTISH RITE Frances Lea Jones Phoebe Joyce Sue Ann Lebel Mary Lou McCommack Marilyn Bess Mauldin Hilda Kate Mears Renee L. Merrem Sabra Ann Moore Sydna Carolyn Phillips B. Carolyn Porter Glenadine Russell Charlotte Elizabeth Sanders, Chairman Jayne Denise Scale Bettye Anna Springer Beverly Ann Stevenson Sue Ann Wilkie Mary Jane Davis, Counseling Supervisor Sandra Jo Ward Gayle Welhausen Sue Ann Wheelis Mary Alice Wright Dorothy Pryor Martin, Counseling Supervisor Ada Gwen White Bura W. Van Hoove, Counseling Supervisor Martha Cavin, Counseling Supervisor Patricia Woolen Mabel Bugh Minson, Co-ordinating Counselor Sara Katherine Wells Natalie Ardelle Townes, Counseling Supervisor Susan Richardson Syers Martha Tipps Margaret Louise Brown, Counseling Supervisor Muff Singer Mary Kay Smith Helen Wiechen Coffin, Counseling Supervisor Jo Ann Marie Wessels, Chairman Irene T. Powers, Counseling Supervisor Barbara Jean Vessels Clelia Lisette Windrum Jo Anne Boykin, Counseling Supervisor Diana L. Stenger Margaret P. Henderson, Counseling Supervisor Carol Swanson Carolyn Beth Thomas Harriet Kincaid Thompson Juanita Ray Westerlage Judy Ann White Charlotte Ann Zimmerman Mary Leutwyler, Counseling Supervisor Page 148 DORMITORY STAFF Resident Counselor Student Counselor Student Counselor MARY JANE DAVIS DIANNE GILBERT HELEN JANE ROBINSON ADVISORS Sondra Kay Bogy Betty Sue Brantley Mary Elizabeth Calkin Ruby Helen Crawford Kay Davis Carolyn Ethel Dahse Amy Lynn Mclnnis Elizabeth Ann Normand Peggy Rockwood Linda Elaine Sellers Nancy Jean Sterner, Chairman Sue Ann Wilkie Front Row: Brantley. Wilkie, Crawford, Calkin, Sterner, K. Davis. Back Row: Mclnnis, Bogy, Sellers, Dahse, Normand, M. Davis Front Row: Maureen Jane Stedifor, Sandra Jo Karm, Sue Ann Wilkie, Carole Robin Beli, Betty Sue Brantley, Sondra Kay Bogy, Julie Ann Kunze, Georgia Lee Monroe, Martha Moudy Holland, Cathy Jenkins, Martha C. Galindo, Barbara Ann Golden. Second Row: Betty Lillian Campbell, Cathryn Lyndell Fenly, Charlene Kay Calvert, Nancy Jean Sterner, Mary Elizabeth Calkin, Linda Elaine Sellers, Carolyn Ethel Dahse, Ruby Helen Crawford, Henriette Rose Macha, Mary Alice Toborg, Jeanette Fern Holekamp, Judith Ellen Phillips, Gail Marie Pounders, Peggy Ann Ziegler, Margaret Annell Todd. Third Row: Margaret Ann Dean, Rosa Lee Cirilo, Mary Jane Davis, Martha Helene Garrard, Peggy Jean McClain, Dianne Peltigrew Ryan, Doris Anne Atkins, Carol Lynne Law, Carla Mundt, Marianne Shaw, Kathleen Kriegel, Katherine Roberta Stewart, Frances Anne Cleveland, Margaret Angela Wallace, Dorothy Dale Gibbons, Sara Ann Ross, Nancy Nell Weaver. Fourth Row: Kay Lucile Collins, Mildred Elaine Lowry, Penny Ann Terrell, Helen Jane Robinson, Dorothy Jean Weige, Sharon Jane Boothe, Nancy Josephine Wesley, Judith Frances Fouts, Karen Lee Moerls, Kathryn Sue Knudson, Beverly Gail Hill, Frances Ruth Miller, Merle I.aDell Winkelmann, Cleo Rita Thomas, Diane Gilbert, Barbara Anne Streater, Gloria Petersoo, Judith Kay Watts, Linda Jo Barnes, Shirley Rose Mills, Ann Morgan. Penny Houdek, Sandra Lee Davis. Page 149 DORMITORY STAFF Resident Counselor .... DOROTHY PRYOR MARTIN Student Counselor MARY SUE HAMON Student Counselor DIANE HIGGINS Student Counselor LINDA JAMENE RENO Student Counselor JULIA ANN STEED ADVISORS Front Row: Haden, Roth, Higgins, Steed, Reno, Hamon, Wheelis, Welhausen. Second Row: Dunne, Rodriguez, Kitzmiller. Wright, Ward, Harrell. Third Row: Adams, Clark, Knapp, Upchurch, Houston, Burgheimer. Carol Louise Adams Carlene Burgheimer Shirley Marian Clark Kaye Dunne Sarah Elizabeth Haden Glynda Marian Harrell Helen Elizabeth Houston Jan Jopling Martha Lee Kitzmiller Suzanne Knapp Sally Ann McEver Isabel Rodriguez Sharon Beverly Roth S. Janice Upchurch Sandra Jo Ward Gayle Weihausen Sue Ann Wheelis Mary Alice Wright Front Row: Suzanne Jane Hughes, JoAnn Hedrick, S usan Lynn Scalf, Jo Lynne Musselman, Bonnie Beth Baird, Kathi L. McAdama, Sandee Gail Everts, Mary lane Kalm. Second Row: Maria Elana Eubank, Mary Eloweeu Riebe, Susan Aon Birkel, Mary Lou Musgrove, Linda Joyce Coleman, Claire Dene Dennis, Rozelle Teplitsky, Patti Kogin, Harriet Cyrelle Rothkop, Marsha Lynn Topek, Randa Nell McCollough, Beverly Ann Spillar, Patricia James Perkins, Carolyn Elizabeth Ciese. Third Row: Barbara Rue Bain, Barbara Sharon Smith, Mary Lee Jackson, Dorrace Nell Soules, Carolyn Louise Ahlrich, Yvonne Valeria Baron, Carmen Luell Coffman, Dorothy Burr, Margaret Ruth Cridlebaugh, Janell Annette Houchins, Jeannette Merriman, Jane Winifred Burt, Betty Jo Farris, Susan Clare O ' Neil. Fourth Row: Marjorie Ann Blanton, Barbara Ann Milstead, Pamela Ann Meyers, Dunya Katalina McCammon, Gail Walker, Kaybeth Fisher, Christina Ann Werner, Fredda Pauline Bonifield, Anne Carol Delaune, Mary Jo Hendrix, Sandra Ann Sanders, Leah Ann Weaver, Susan Carter Trimble, Corrine Ellen Bybee, Sandra Kay Brander, Marianne Louise Zimmerman, Patricia Claire Hopaon. Fifth Row: Helen Joyce Bowers, Linda Kay Fletcher, Elaine Gail Peck, Sondra Lee Burns, Ann Elizabeth Watson, Carol Jane Wilson. Sixth Row: Barbara Zoe Griffith, Doris Jean Schrock, Sheila Joyce Burrus, Elizabeth Ann Armstrong, Brenda Nan Barth. Front Row: Francis Jane Stalmach, Mary Purnell, Peggy Dee Vandergriff, Judith Jeannine Capps, Valerie Marguerite Coulter, Betty Ernestine Rogers, Suzanne Dolores Grillo, Betty Ann Rhodes, Ina Rae Klein, Diana Martha Perez, Devera Eve Satisky, Elida Michele Goldberg. Second Row: Elaine Kanter, Judith Rae Summers, Carole Edywa Tomlinson, Teresa Blythe Clark, Lynda Painter, Beth Anne Shocket, Karen Lee Shannon, Carole Janette Man- drel!, Gail Ann Pierce, Third Row: Sharon Lynn Wilson, Helen Eileen West, Susan Ellen Levin, Elizabeth Ann Jacobson, Virginia Lee Johnson, Kay Lane Lentz, Elizabeth Bemhardt Lehmann, Judy Gale Terry, Lola Beth Wright, Margaret Faye Kern. Fourth Row: Helen Claire Anderson, Janet Eileen Watson, Charlotte Delhaye Voorhiea, Barbara Gayle Dennis, Carol Anne Jonah, Lola Cenniel Butler, Connie J. Pryse, Eva Judy Rhyne, Judith Marie Bonnell. Fifth Row: Irene Louise Reeb, Nancy Barbara Kennedy, Judith Kay Green, Pamela Wright, Sandra Yvonne Fontenote, Carolyn Ann Lesikar, Jeannette Marie Helmcamp, Janett Carol Hartin. Page 150 DORMITORY STAFF Resident Counselor Student Counselor Student Counselor . BURA W. VAN HOOVE CONNIE Lois CARVER ANNA ROSE WHITSON ADVISORS Faye Florance Grace Elayne Gajdos Jeanne Marie Golly Betty Ruth Hagemann Linda Margaret Rellahan Sharon Kaye Rudy Janet P. Slomchinski Marjorie Louise Stephens Stephanie Lois Swafford Sara Jo Thompson Judy Madeline Tietz Ada Gwen White From Row: Jeanne Marie Colly, Betty Ruth Hagemann, Sara Jo Thompson, Marjorie Louise Stephens, Faye Floranre, Stephanie Lois Swafford, Janet P. Slomchinski, Linda Margaret Rellahan, Ada Gwen White, Sharon Kaye Rudy, Judy Madeline Tietz, Grace Elayne Gajdos. Second Row: Graciela Garza, Judith Elaine Allwright, Glynda Marie Lowther, Shirley Anne McGuire, Sandra Lynn Curry, Carol Ann Terp, Vicki Sue Lively, Flora Louise Tracy, Alicia Antoinette Tieber, Abbeye Jane Shucart, Barbara Ann McCullough, Antoinette fangelosi, Mary Carolyn Wood, Anna Rose Whitson, Connie Lois Carver. Third Row: Jo Neil Evans, Martha Laura Garza, Geraldine Virginia Bartosh, Judith Carolyn Lum, Brenda Jean Brown, Nena Sandra Faulk, Queva Carmella Palmo, Patricia Ann Hooper, (Catherine Louise Becker, Mary Virginia Spanel, Jeanell Buida, Donna Day Keseling, Linda Lee Burke, Rose Elizabeth Pharr, Fleur Annette Christensen, Mary Cornelia Spinks. Fourth Row: Kathleen Elizabeth Emmer, Jo Lee Jordan, Eileen Frances Quinn, Betty Ann Vessels, Susan Schindler, Mary Elizabeth Norwood, Linda Kathryn Mills, Mimi Janssen, Kathie Golly, Carolyn Detmore, Barbara Jean Bancroft, Penney Lee Walters, Rhoda Irene McSpadden, Lai Tene Woo, Michelle Robin Beer, Carolyn Ruth Bone. Filth Roto: Pamela Joan Sperry, Linda Joyce Very, Lois Nell Lammert, Pinna Lee Indorf, Carolyn Ann Wofford. Veniece Mary Sidor, Carolyn Virginia Chandler, Carol Jean Duran, Joyce Kay Johnson, Mary Cornelia Vanrel, Katherine Amanda Dennard, Mary Elaine Hartsell, Carolynn Dena Anderson. Vickie June Watkins. Page 151 Episcopal Dormitory for Girls STAFF Director MARTHA GAVIN Assistant to the Director MAGGIE L. MOON HOUSE COUNCIL Chairman GAIL HELEN McBRiDE President FREDA JANET SIMMONS V ice-President BETTY Jo ANN BRUNDRETT Secretary JANETTE ERWIN ALLEN Reporter SUSAN DUNLAP ADVISORS Janette Erwin Allen Mary Jenell Fitz Gail Helen McBride, Chairman Nancy June Neitsch Martha Ann Sanders Ann Burnett Scott Front Row: Barbara Ann Jones, Jodi Louise Boyle, Martha Ann Sanders, Margaret Elizabeth Pilgrim, Mary Lynn Jackson, Dorothy Dianne Rohde, Katherine Dexter Hackley, Jennifer Eric Sims, H. Rebecca Rodier, Judith Lynn Dodd. Second Row: Ann Burnett Scott, Sandra Ann Walker, Barbara Aon Brown, Susan Harkins, Thais Frances Castellanos, Rebecca Alice Nelson, Linda Lee Rogers, Judith Gayle Downing, Marion Diane Holbrook, Janet Carole Taylor, Jerry Ann Lee, Bonnie Jordan Dickson, Janette Erwin Allen, Virginia Jane Saunders, Judith Robin Ball. Third Row: Mary Lyn Dockuni, Margaret Joanne Agnew, Sandra Michealle Evola, Ann Creviston Crawford, Betty Jo Ann Brundrett, Linda Reese Vaughn, Carol Dee Conlan, Lynne Ave Pickering, Margot Ellen Terry, Jane Elizabeth Bonnett, Mary Jenell Fitz, Mary Elizabeth Goodey, Sheryl Sue Peterson, Elizabeth Anne Bloomquist, Charlyn Janene Bohanon. Fourth Row: Margaret Ann Dewey, Doris Eran Bugge, Emily Marguerite Bentley, Nancy June Neitsch, Judy Ann Jac-kson, Freda Janet Simmons, Kay Vinson Sheldon, Julia Nell Mann, Edwina Roudillon Ferguson, Karin Harlan Wulf, Carol Antoinette Westmoreland, Trudi Ann Galluway, Eddie Lea Day, Cecila Marie Adair, Pamela Parker, Susan Joan Petersen, Patricia Louise Jeffrey, Robin Lea Sollars. Page 152 STAFF Director Assistant Director Dietician Assistant Dietician Office Secretary . . IRENE T. POWERS . . . MARY TINSLEY KATHLEEN HEATON . . . MARY GERLOFF LORELLE HICKS ADVISORS Marilyn June Adams Lou Ellen Howard Judith Ann Lanier Frankie Ruth Lewis Maureen McBride Barbara Anne Miller Cynthia T. Morgan Judy Mumma, Chairman Stud ent Relations Nancy Carlisle Newton Barbara Ann Nowlin Marilyn Lee Ward JoAnn Marie Wessels, Chairman Front Row: La Val Minnie See, Susan Diana Eagle, Zelda Kay Bryant, Maureen McBride, Theresa Anne Smith, Evelyn Fay Johnson, Yolanda Dominguez, Pamela Raye Jamison, Judith Gale Rehm, Paulette Mae Westheimer, Sheila Kay Byrom, Frances Eugenia Turbiville, Elisabeth Ann Ransbarger. Second Row: Jane Jackson, Barbara Ann Brockman, Sherrill Lou Goodwin, Martha Jean Womack, Linda Belle Davis. Carolyn Jane Calvert, Nancy Jean Miller, Pa- tricia Ann Shepard, Carol Ann Hagg, Verlene Linda Cochran, Inez Lorraine Gray, Carolyn Ann Howell, Cynthia T. Morgan, Nancy Buck. Third Row: Georgie Carlene Baldridge, Pansy Dale Faith, Rosaura Arteaga Sanchez, Grace Belle Broussard, Sondra Charlyne Pape, Frances Lynn Bairrington, Anna Katharine Springfield, Katherine Cinderella Magee, Mary Beth Cooper, Mara Jo Raines, Evelyn Kay Bridges, Peggy Jean Walkington, Joan Ann Brehm, Janice Marie King, Judith Ann Lanier. Fourth Row: Judith Carol Bradley, Celene Dora Lanham, Frances Carter Barron, Barbara Ann Nowlin, Nancy Jane Riley, Janice Fay Bailey, Linda Ky Percival, Katherine Clarice Knight, Donna Kathleen Hall, Lou Ellen Howard, Mayrene Louise Lenoir, Joan Elaine James, Nikki Gay Rylander, JoAnn Marie Wessels. Fifth Row: Trudy Elizabeth Bvers, Nancy Kay Robb, Nancy Carlisle Newton, Sherry Longwood, Lillian Carol Chernosky, Patsy V. Riley, Frances Inei Barnett. Kar Gail Williams. Page 153 STAFF Resident Co-ordinating Counselor MABEL BUGH MINSONZ Resident Counselor NATALIE ARDELLE TOWNES Student Counselor JOANNA ELIZABETH LOWRY Student Counselor JUDITH N. PATTERSON Student Counselor SABRA ANNE STRATTON Student Counselor . MARY CORNELIA VAN KIEL ADVISORS Elizabeth Dittmar Barbara Kay Hopson Jan Jones Patricia Woolen Kathryn Ann Krueger Sibyl Marie Queen Ellen Taylor Shockley, Chairman Front Row: Nancy Kathleen Hcnkel, Sanrlra Marie von Werssowetz, Rita Jay Fagelman, Sally Middleton, Norma Ruth Haggard, Clcnda Gay Phair, Diana Mary Dickin- son, Sibyl Marie Queen, Ellen Taylor Shorkley. Judith Neal Patterson, Carol Ann May, Gloria Ann Lltay, Myra Elise Stein. Second Row: Mary Cornelia Van Riel, Bonnie Annie Laurie Ebest, Ann Elizabeth Jacoby, Mila Jean Hillard, Nell Norwood, Natalie Nelson, Linda Ruth Little, Linda Ruth Loveless, Suellen Sims Speer, Louise Jessamine Heard, Charlotte Anne Holder, Jan Jones, Marcia Ann Goren, Sabra Anne Slratton, Natalie A. Townes, Joan Allen. Third Roto: Jeanine Anne Watson, Diane Louise Daily, Linda Kay Crist, Florence Stavorowski, Barbara Kay Anderson, Sharon Kay While, Anne Clark, Carla Adele Rums, Mary Karen Sandlin, Mary Joan Chalfont, Anna Belle Engelking, Charlotte Louise Stewart, Rita Kay Webb, Grace Elizabeth Dove, Suanne Kay Whitlow, Jane Elizabeth Williamson. Fourth Row: A. Carol Newberry, Carolyn Elizabeth Giese, Martha Sue Welch, Mary Helen Gilbreath, Marilynne Ann Allen, Barbara Jean Williams, Janell Sue Wil- liams, Barbara Ann Taylor, Virginia Lynn Blackburn, Lillian Frnaces Newell, Ann Evelyn Stephens, Carol Ann Hedge. Page 154 DORMITORY STAFF Resident Co-ordinating Counselor MABEL BUGH MINSON Resident Counselor NATALIE ARDELLE TOWNES Assistant Resident WINCIE LOWE BLANTON Student Counselor ANN BURROWS Student Counselor HARRIET HINTON HANDY Student Counselor JANE KAREN LEWIS Student Counselor EVELYN JOANN RUSSELL ADVISORS Mary Brooks Brewton Judy Ann Haley Ada Lou Hartman Sandra Lee Lawrence Janette Overton Marilyn Margaret Savage Kathryn Patricia Sims Suzanne Thomas Sara Katherine Wells Front Row: Judy Ann Haley, Evelyn Joann Russell, Harriet Hinlon Handy, Jane Karen Lewis, Judith Kaye Duncan, N. Charleen Thompson, Judith Ann McArdle, Burncll Hargrove, Janette Overton. Second Row: Sarah Herring, Mary Ann Matranga, Phyllis Marie Kazen, Barbara Anne Kazen, Sandra Evans, Barbara Jean Mitchell, Carolyn Jay Stephenson, Linda Elizabeth Smith, Claire Janet Timmons, Peggie Marie Cooke, Elisabeth Gail Fuson, Mary Inez Palmer, Susan Jane Rush, Linda Elise Sherrill, Jo Ann Mc- Clellan, Patricia Ann Criswell, Billie Gayle Schumacher, Sandra Janet Perlowski, Natalie Ardelle Townes. Third Row: Billie Claire Rodeck, Slu-ila James O ' Neill, Jacquelyn Ann Vance, Gaylia Jean Bryant, Elizabeth Hunter, Martha Louise Caskin, Kay Lynn Morrow, Sunny Wilkens, Sharon Nichole Gamble, Betty Sue Appenbrink, Karen Lucille Gustafson, Carolyn Ann Loocke, Mary Ella Box, Lyn Lipscomb, Mary Kathleen Spence, Janie Lucille Westbrook, Norma Lee May, Josephine Lillian Herring, Linda Marie Ames, Victoria Ann Jamail JuAnn Serrano, Rachel Cornelia Mrrriman. Fourth Row: Sandra Lee Dean, Martha Sue Kercheville, Alice Meredith Farrar, Erin Marie Alessandra, Lana Lancaster, Martha Jean Parish, Catherine Eliza- beth Dove, Lila Ruth Walters, Barbara Ruth Brister, Meredith Faye Grant, Daphne Peggy Clements, Joan Mergatroid Mahoney, Linda Gail Lawrence, Judye Ann Galeener, Elizabeth Minter White. Kathryn Alice Hugo, Betty Karon Hughes, Dorothy Thompson. Page 155 DORMITORY STAFF Resident Counselor MARGARET LOUISE BROWN Student Counselor JUDITH MANSELL BEESLEY Student Counselor BETH BLAZEK Student Counselor CYNTHIA MAE MILLER Student Counselor YVONNE PRICE Student Counselor MARY LOUISE SLOMCHINSKI ADVISORS Carolie Ann Baity Anita Louise Bell Ann Connor Brown Ellen Martha Clarke Carol Ann Cory Jane Flaitz Sandra Paul Love Martha Tipps Beverly Ruth Maxcy Mary Evelyn Merritt Rose Marie Monk Sara Jane Peters Cynthia Lee Shoptaw Isabell Smithers Susan Richardson Syers Front Row: Ginger del Howell, Barbara Jane Lacey, Helon Kay Herring, Lynda Jean Blair, Charlotte Marie Fourroux, Penelope Brooks, Pamela Ann Martin, Judy Lynn Starr, Susan Ruth Riegner, Joyce Lynne Myers, Mary Lee Jackson, Beulah Suebeth Houston, Margaret Ann Brougher, Judith Maosell Beesley. Second Row: Barbara Bea Fischer, Lynn Diane Moody, Janet Joan Scott, Carol Lou Carlson, Lois Ann Elliott, Carol Ann Johnson, Laurie Jean Morse, Patsy Jeanne By- field, Mary Elizabeth Nolan, Linda Elizabeth Shewmaker, Sheila Jane Ross, Mary Louise Slomchinski, Beth Blazek, Kathy A. Dixon, Rebecca Tyner, Melissa Me- Ilheran. Third Row: Michol Mary O ' Connor, Carolyn Elizabeth Rowe, Susan Gail Griffin, Sandra Lee Maser, Prudence Kay Ramsey, Linda Lou Waite, Sherrie Ann Burns, Suzanne Sloan, Lera Thomas, JoAnn McCroskey, Jo Sharon Roberts, Patricia Ann Williams, Alice Jane Fitzgerald, Nancy Lou Koch, Diane Herring. Fourth Row: Diantha Dee Dawkins, Melba Joan McBrayer, Mary Louise Everett, Susan Lynn Wilson, Elizabeth Ann Mason, Mary Katherine Knolle, Jenny Lou Lewis, Linda Marjorie Prentice, Leah Ann Samuelson, Judith Louise Traiber, Sonja Gail Levin, Toni Katherine Horn, Mabel Joy Kokernot, Muriel Ruth Yaffe. Filth Row: Sherri Louise Ripley, Janita Pamela Frye, Dennise Newberry, Linda Jo Dublin, Gwendolyn Jean Fletcher, Sandra Lee Ferryman, Jerry Lu Traughber, Trudy Hntchings, Sue Harrington, Rosi-ann Trapolino, Bonnie Gay Uhr, Nancy Lynette Heater, Barbara Mae Banks, Nancy Sealy. Sixth Row: Helen Lee Yarborough, Sylvia Ann Raschke, Donna Victoria Brooks, Anne Elizabeth Gready, Susan Ann Adams, Diana Kay Coleman, Barbara Dianne Harris, Su- Alice Williams, Judith Ellen Rea, Carolyn Leigh Proudfit, Linda Rae Plambeck, Kay Diane Clark, Sandra Gay Thurmond, Janice Dianne Kriewald, Lyn Lee Schmidt, Nancy Kay Stroup, Maxine Art. Siventh Row: Susan Elizabeth Ryan, Nancy Kay Rowland, Cynthia Mae Miller, Linda Sue Kogers (11), Mary Elizabeth Moore, Margaret Carter Montgomery, Yvonne Price, Sandra Paul Love, Mary Evelyn Merritt, Margaret Louise Brown, Susan Richardson Syers, Jane Flaitz, Isabell Smither, Rose Marie Monk, Beverly Ruth Maxcy, Martha Tipps, Sue Jane Isenhower, Carolie Ann Baity, Cynthia Lee Shoptaw, Ellen Martha Clarke, Loretta Ann Norris, Carol Ann Edmondson, Karen Suzanne Key, Donns Gail Summers, Linda Mauri Putnam, Margaret Banks, Marilyn Cunningham, Helen Kay Neeley. Page 156 STAFF Resident Counselor Student Counselor Student Counselor Student Counselor Student Counselor HELEN WIECHEN COFFIN ANN ELLEN ARMSTRONG PATTY D. COUCH DARYLE ANN ECHOLS MARNA SUSAN TUCKER ADVISORS Roxy Anne Childs Jane Carolyn Cowper Jessica Royece Darling Diane M. Dodson Shirley Jean Iley Carol Glee Ingram Carolyn Alexandria Kern Kathleen Malick Linda Bragg McDaniel Rebecca Ann Phillips Mary Erin Porter Lynne Marie Raschke Mary Jane Riley Maida Singer Mary Kay Smith Front Row: Diane M. Dodson, Kathleen Malick, Mary Erin Porter, Shirley Jean Iley, Rebecca Ann Phillips, Lynne Marie Raschke, Daryle Ann Echols, Patty D. Couch, Helen Wiechen Coffin. Second Row: Anhara Wood, Barbara Velma Haag, Donelda Kay Windham, Claire Elizabeth Richmond, Patsy Priscilla Jane Porter, Roberta Ann Schiller, Shirley Jane Nor- man, Sue Evelyn Carnes, Aureline Neese, Mary Gail McDaniel, Shirley Jean Parkhurst, Patricia Ann Tharp, Mary Sue Prisk, JoAnn Marie Walter. Third Row: Gerry Lynn Golden, Maudella Goerdel, Phyllis Alexander, Julia Ann Brown, Peggy Jo Kurtz, Judy Hall Fareman, Carolyn Washburn Mehr, Alison Kaye Tartt, Patricia Sue Balkman, Carolyn Ann Cates, Earnell Beckham, Ann Helen Becklund, Joyce Faye Rosenheim, Anne Meade Kremer. Fourth Row: Betsy Martha Schwarz, Janet Lee Miller, Betty Ann Jopling, Lucille Trail, Evelyn Griffiths Grant, Sylvia Ann Haynes, Dee Ellen Cates, Sandra Jean Looney, Haroletta Kay Post, Susan Shirley, Mary Virginia Fenton, Barbara Joyce Mayerson, Martha Jane Wade. Fifth Row: Sue Colgin Howell, Marilyn Sue Melton, Marcia Allen Roos, Carolyn Ann Robinson, Carolyn Frances Cunningham, Karolen Stella Keane, Mary Edna Gaston, Virginia Louise Castille, Eileen Rodgers, Patricia Ann Wiles, Sandra Hays, Nancy Hale, Susan Fowler, Katherine Mary Bowers, Myrna Kay Sprowl. Sixth Row: Mary Katherine Sealy, Judy Kathleen Wax, Paula Craig, Janis Ann Berly, Billie Jan Grannis, Linda Waidhofer, Patricia Wallu Wright, Becky Sue Sullender, Ethel Edna Wiest, Sandra Lee Moran, Bette Maxine Boyd, Margaret Anne Jones, Margaret Eleanor Collins, Jessica Ellen Edwards. Seventh Row: Kathryn Ann Bailey, Frances Cummings Barclay, Alice Anne Rainey, Karen Lynn Powell, Karen Ann Kelly, Tyra Ann Cox, Marta Elizabeth Moore, Linda Evelyn Griffin, Laura June Whitworth, Linda Jane Davis, Dorothy Roberta Hazlip, Barbara Adelia Nelson, Catherine Ann Compton, Ann Elizabeth Woolsey, Lynn Ellen Owen, Carolen Jeanne Draper, Justine Ann Chaney, Laura Clegg Monkhouse, Janis Elaine Kruse, Marilyn Ann White, Rita Kaplan, Patricia Diann Benningfield. Page 157 UTTtEFfOD DORMITORV STAFF Resident Counselor Jo ANNE BOYKIN Resident Counselor LOUISE MANIGAULT WINFREY Student Counselor . . ROSEMARY GORMAN ADVISORS Front Row: Vessels, Klein, Morgan, Lehr. Second Row: Morton, Heiser, Nelson. Files. Third Row: Windrum, Bennett, Hu-ks, Smartt, Lynch, Rudder, Bonnell. Judith Ann Bennett Mary Elizabeth Bonnell Bonnie Crenshaw Mary Elizabeth Doyle Elizabeth Anne Files Helen Hicks Dinah Kay Heiser Ida Marie Klein Sally Anne Lehr Jean A. Lynch Zane Ann Morgan Philena Jane Morton Janet Greer Nelson Donna Faye Oberpriller Margaret Anne Rudder Sharron Elizabeth Smartt Barbara Jean Vessels Clelia Lisette Windrum Front Row: Jean Rogers, Ann McMillan, Sandra Ann Marek, Susan Blank, Jerry Dee Evans, Shirley Eileen Tolleson, Diane Cohen, Betty Rush Cunningham, Kay Louise Thames, Martha Anne Dillard. Second Row: Jo Antoinette Williamson, Lois Ann Roberson, Gay Nagle, Gay Gallagher, Bunny Ball, Vivian Rose Rosales, Diane Chloe Kelty, Ruth Ann Lauzon, Janet Barrett Brown, Anita Jane Essary, Marilyn Haish, Helen Marie Graham. Third Row: Julia Ann File, Elizabeth Ann Wood, Barbara Louise D augherty, Helen Marie Snell, Benna Layne Askew, Gloria Jean Schlather, Pennny Elaine Shirley, Judith Anne Jamison, Sheila Jan Spencer, Donna Jeannine Kohnert, Carol Diane Douglass, Alice Beryl Carss, Mary Elizabeth Doyle, Marilyn Annette Bane. Fourth Row: Michal Frances Jones, Janeen Marie Augsburger, Jamie Ann Ravouset, Antonionette Tartaglia, Marsha Dingle, Marcia Ann Johnson, Karen Kerr, Donna Oberpriller, Gail Sbults, Donna Fay Vance, Sheran Ginger Bishop, Nell Kathleen Martin, Virginia Dell Giesecke, Tess Gabrielle Allred, Susan Wilson, Dixie Ann Caddis. Front Row: Dinah Grace Loyd, Diane Eden Sellers, Suzanne LaGrone, Nancy Ann Hartman, Cynthia Louise Brantley, Ruth Carol Carmichael, Mary Ann Harris, Madalyn Ruth Butcher. Second Rote: Mary Margaret Eikel, Eva Kay Worrel, Charlotte Lynn Munger, Beverly Ruth Borden, Arlin Ann Alexander, Amanda Sue Peel, Ginger A. Cook, Barbara Carolyn Ellis, Karen Anne Byrd, Sheila Ann Barnett, Sharon Lee Kennedy, Lynda Gayle White, Caroline Susan Hughes. Third Row: Ida Katherine White, Margaret Claire Broman, Donna Lynn Knerr, Teresa Smith, Nancy Lee Cavazos, Annette Hardin, Ann Dawn Watford, Suzanne Marie Laplant. Virginia Oneta King, Carol Lea Williams, Sandra June Winningham, Laura Lynn Price, Beverly Anne Bowers, Mary Glen Parsons, Becky Elizabeth Sekaly, Grace Frances Bertschler, Susan Jean McCrone, Janet Louise Wark, Linda Sue Armstrong, Cynthia Ann Herbert. Fourth Row: Jerry Lynn Greer, Lucina Kay Styron, Paula Myrle Carter, Maxine Sylvia Moreland, Jeanie Ivy Hollingsworth, Martha Ann Hudson, Frances Preston, Patricia Ann Biggs, Susan Stallard, Tacey Susa Tajan, Alice Wofford, Karen Ann Dittmar, Mary Carolyn Kestenbaum, Janice Diane Melton, Randy Jean Hays. Page 158 ' RESIDENCE STAFF Manager .......................................... HELEN NORWOOD DEATHE Assistant Manager .............................. JAMES OLIVER BRAEUTIGAM Supervisor BRACKENRIDGE HALL JOHN ALLEN WHEELER, JR. Counselors Chauncey Edward Canfield Willie Paul Dunn Richard Earl Fikes George K. Paul SAN JACINTO DORMITORIES F, G, AND H Supervisor DANIEL E. KUBIAK Counselors Alberto Francisco Martins John W. Nixon, Spring Eugene Paul Sturm Travis Gordon White, F all Supervisor ROBERTS HALL . HOMER LEE McGINNIS Counselors Douglas Neal Fullilove Raymond W. Hill, Jr. Supervisor Jack Owen Herrington Artie Joe Spitzer PRATHER HALL . DANIEL GRAHAM GALLOWAY Counselors Jeffrey Roland Blank Richard P. Carr, Jr., Spring Ronald D. Earle David Lee Franklin Hammond Harold Heath, Fall SAN JACINTO DORMITORY A Supervisor RALPH KEITH BANKS Counselor . . DAVID LAWRENCE BRADY LITTLE CAMPUS DORMITORY Supervisor H. PHILLIP HUBBARD, Fall Counselor ROBERT JACK HERRING, Fall MOORE-HILL HALL Supervisor TOMMY ALLEN HERRINGTON, Fall Supervisor THOMAS RAY DESALME, Spring Assistant Supervisor THOMAS RAY DESALME, Fall Assistant Supervisor GERALD S. CYPRUS, Spring Counselors James Allen Boger, Spring Wayne Leon Browning, Fall Johnny Walter Gotten Gerald S. Cyprus, Fall William Henry Dunn, Fall George Horton Ellis Ronald James Gieser, Fall Cecil Hughes Gilliam, Jr., Fall Kobert Louis Harris Don Hatchett Robert Jack Herring, Spring H. Phillip Hubbard, Spring Glenn Burke Musgrove Alton Wayne Ritter Travis Gordon White, Spring Larry Farish York, Spring SAN JACINTO DORMITORIES B, C, AND D Supervisor JERRY M. GRAYBILL Counselors David D. Brittain Lewis Clifton Fontno, Spring Willie Cleveland Jordan, Fall SIMKINS HALL Supervisor JOHN QUINCY ADAMS Counselors James Alton Alsup, Jr. Roger George Darley, Spring Robert Francis Earhart, Fall James Irvine Perkins, Jr. Bobby Shannon Tyler, Fall Daniel George Webster, Spring Front Row: Alsup, Fullilove, Gieser, Earle, J. Hcrrington, Hill, McGinnis, Sturm, Spitzer. Second Row: Braeutigam, Craybill, Hubbard, Galloway, Jordan, Paul, Banks, Martins, Deathr, DeSalme, Brady, Gotten, Kubiak. Franklin, Blank. Third Row: Harris, Hatchett, Cyprus, Brittain, Herring, Perkins, Adams, Heath, Ritter, Niion, W. P. Dunn, Wheeler, Browning, Fikes, Canfield. Page 159 STAFF Director SISTER MARIA STELLA Resident Counselor MARGARET PORTER HENDERSON Assistant Resident Counselor JEAN ANN KUBALA OFFICERS President KAREN ANN CLEM V ice-President GLORIA IRMA GUTIERREZ Secretary BOBBIE HERENDEZ Treasurer NELLIE DIAZ Reporter MICHELE TAYLOR Freshman Representative JANE CAROLE GLADE Upperclass Advisor CAROL G. COLLINS ADVISORS Maria Noelia Arrendondo Margaret A. Beaulieu Martha Adele Mary Kokesh Shirley Ann Leppard Sandra Carlatta Luecking Rebecca Sue Matthews Charlene Marie Merian Olga Quinones Mary Ellen Richter Jennie Sedita Carolyn Martha Short Diana L. Stenger Front Row: Carolyn Martha Short, Jennie Sedita, Sandra Carlatta Luecking, Olga Quinones, Mary Ellen Richter, Janice Marie Morgan, Diana L. Stenger. Second Row: Mary Sheila Samuels, Rosemary Harrelson, Margaret A. Beaulieu, Shirley Ann Leppard, Elsie Grace Ramirez, Betty Ann Spampinato, Rebecca Sue Matthews, Jeraldine Theresa Walker, Margaret Porter Henderson. Third Row: Linda Anne Gould, Mary Ann Elizabeth Havlak, Eleanor Ann Butler, Valene Joyce Koss, Sherry Elsie Fuller, Lillian Elizabeth Kosh, Jane Carole Glade, Carol G. Collins, Karen Ann Clem, Jeanette Browder, Ruth Joyce Mendoza, Carol Ann Wilson. Page 160 STAFF Director MRS. F. C. McCoNNELL Head Resident Counselor MARY LEUTWYLER Counselor MADIE MORGAN Counselor .... . IONE COOK HOUSE COUNCIL OFFICERS President CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH SANDERS V ice-President MARY Lou McCoMACK Secretary MARILYN BESS MAULDIN Patricia Ruth Cole Carolyn Draeger Barbara Lynn Gibbs Sylvia Ann Grider Sharon Eames Harwell Sharon O ' Nita Herbert Patricia Ann Jackson ADVISORS Alice Claire Jones Sabra Ann Moore Sydna Carolyn Phillips B. Carolyn Porter Glenadine Russell Jayne Denise Scale Bettye Anna Springer Phoebe Joyce Sue Ann Lebel Hilda Kate Mears Renee L. Merrem Frances Lea Jones Beverly Stevenson Ellin Carol Swanson Carolyn Beth Thomas Harriet Kincaid Thompson Juanite Ray Westerlage Judy Ann White Charlotte Ann Zimmerman Front Row: Russell, Phillips, Jackson. Second Row: Westerlage, Scale, Sanders, Mauldin, McCoinack, Swanson, Stevenson. Third Row: Draeger, Herbert, A. Jones, Zimmerman, Lebel, Thomas, Leutwyler, Thompson, Moore, Merrem, Cibbs, Springer. Page 161 IME -CO-OPERATIVE. COUNCIL OFFICERS President JoANN KAY PANKRATZ, Whitehall V ice-President JEANINE NOWOTNY, Shangri-La Secretary JUDITH ELAINE WILLENBORG, Whitehall Treasurer THOMAS LEE HUTCHESON, T.L.O.K. Parliamentarian WALTER HERBERT DUNLAP, JR., Ramshorn Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM DAVID CARR WOMEN ' S REPRESENTATIVES MEN ' S REPRESENTATIVES ALMETRIS Walta Marie Smith Helen Lois Washington FELECIA Charlene Estelle Brand Lou Carolyn Tompkins HALSTEAD Carolyn Anne Crawford Mary Evelyn Smith PEARCE Sandra B. Harper Carolyn Stegemueller POWELL Adela Farias Amador Maria Elda Garcia SHANGRI-LA Linda Lou Pack Darlyne Marie Rossow THEADORNE Janice La Verne Haby Patricia Annette Moren VALHALLA Frances Faltin Chamberlain Doris Marie Weise WAKONDA Sylvia Chapa Louise Berlon Haynes WHITEHALL Delores Ann Ashorn Sandra Gavle Satterwhite CAMPUS GUILD Steven Michael Neuse ED PRICE HALL William Woodson Harlow William Henry Worthington, Jr. RAMSHORN Walter Herbert Dunlap. Jr. James Raymond Lee ROYAL Ronald Wayne Best Samuel M. Shaw STAG Gustavo Hector Martinez Michael Maurice Williamson THELEME Gary Wayne Chason Elbert Theo Dubose, Jr. T.L.O.K. Edward Correll Davenport Ronald Edward Malone TWIN PINES Jerry Wayne Mendenhall Ralph Wayne Ponfick VARSITY HALL Ronald Glenn Anderson George Dennis Madden Front Row: Pankratz, Willenborg, Nowotny, Hutcheson, M. Smith, Alesantlro Garcia, Dunlap. Second Row: Neuse, Haynes, Chapa, Satterwhite, Penny Michele Powell, Ashorn. Third Row: Ponfick, Paul Ray McKinzic, Tompkins, Mary Charlene Thorp, Moren, M. Garcia, Amador. Fourth Row: Dubose, Best, Mendenhall, Shaw, Stegemueller, Lois Marlene Lamb, Rossow, Weise, Doris Jean Johnson. Fifth Row: Madden, Lee, Malone, Davenport, Carr. Page 162 President House V ice-President Kitchen V ice-President Secretary Treasurer GLENDAL LAMINACK HARLEY HAMILTON PRITCHARD, JR. SPENCER FRANCIS McCujRE STEVEN MICHAEL NEUSE GERMAIN GUAJARDO MEMBERS Ely Arzaga Arthur Bill Bailey Richard Floyd Bass Robert Lee Bass, III Ben Farrell Behrens John Almond Behrens Paul Lee Binford Byron Allen Black, Jr. John Howard Black John Freeman Blanton Winfred McCoy Blanton Milton Dale Blount, Jr. Chester Hughey Brown Richard Lee Buckner William Hamilton Calvert James William Cannon John Allen Canuteson Alfred David Carpenter Tah Chi Chen Donald Alvin Denson John Lowther Edson Homer Stanley Ferguson Charles Rudolph Floyd Joel Garza Paul Faris Gilbert Ben Hennington Gray, III Germain Guajardo Pablo Guajardo Carroll Lynn Guess Raymond Guzman Linwood Robert Hawkins Yasuhiko Ikebe David Victor Juarez Harold Stanley Johnson, Jr. Mike Eugene Kennemer Lyndon Gayle Rnippa Danilo Kuljis Glendal Laminack James Kwang Lo Spencer Francis McClure Allen Michael Middleton Arthur Clark Middleton Donald Eugene Miller Edgar Vargas Molleda Steven Michael Neuse Andrew Alexander Ormsby, Jr. Robert Franklin Ping Harley Hamilton Pritchard, Jr. Rudy Ramirez William Nicolaus Reimers, III Larry Aubrey Rice Stanley Dee Rockey Jack Weldon Shelton Jr. William Eldon Sims Cecil Harold Tamez James Carlyle Thompson Jr. Jesse Luke Thompson William Kelley Tuttle, III Kiyoshi Tsuneki Juan Manuel Vasquez Clifford Brooks Woodward, III Ping Chang Yang Sam Wayne Young Antonio Zamoro Front Row: McClure, A. C. Middleton, Hawkins, R. F. Bass, Vasquez, Zamoro, Gray, Brown, Molleda, Denson. Second Row: Young, Carpenter, Kuljis, Rice, Kennemer, Guess, A. M. Middleton, B. A. Black, W. M. Blanton. Third Row: Chen, B. F. Behrens, Rorkey, Arzaga, Miller, Cannon, Tamez, Edson, Reimers, Bailey. Fourth Row: Juarez, Ping, Calvert, Canutesoo, Sims, Tuttle, Guzman, Binford, Ramirez. Fifth Row: Garza. Yang, Knippa Ikebe, Lo, J. C. Thompson, Shelton, Neuse, R. L. Bass, Gilbert, Blount, J. L. Thompson, Buckner, Ormsby. Sixth Row: J. F. Blanton, Pritchard, Woodward, Ferguson, J. A. Behrens, J. H. Black, Johnson, Floyd, Tsuneki, P. Guajardo, G. Cuajardo. Page 163 -OPERATIVE- OFFICERS President JOHN DAVID JARRARD, JR. Vice-President RojELlO PEREZ Secretary NOEL Voss SMITH, JR. Treasurer DANIEL DELANO KUBIN Food Buyer DOUGLAS OGDEN SMYTH Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM DAVID CARR Emil Ludwig Balusek Ronald Wayne Best Allen Collins David Ditmar Gus Fred Hein, Jr. John David Jarrard Chuck Fan Jeu, Jr. Stephen Cranston Kerr Hugh David Knox Daniel Delano Kubin MEMBERS Joseph Reid Kuykendall Lawrence Hamilton Manire Ray Salcido Martinez John Malcolm McRae Joe Darrel Milner Phillip Ray Montgomery Howard Thomas Norland Doyle Nicholson Juan Paz Pena Rojelio Perez Morris Sidney Ridgway Donald Rodriguez Samuel M. Shaw Bobby Lawrence Simpson Noel Voss Smith, Jr. Douglas Ogden Smyth Zane Arnold Stigall David Earl Whitaker, Jr. Arthur Cleve Yenawine Leopold C. Zertuche, Jr. Front Row: Wliitaker, Hein, Sligall, Kerr, Jeu. Second Kow: Balusek, McRae, Montgomery, Manire, Knox, Kuykendall. Third Row: Martinez, Best, Ditmar, Smyth, Smith, Kubin. Fourth Rote: Milner, Yenawine, Jarrard, Collins, Nerland, Pena. Page 164 CO-OPERATIVE. LARRY GENE DOSSEY GUILLERMO DE ALBA GARRY A. DOSSEY DON ROBERT LAIRD WILLIAM DAVID CARR BERNARD CHARLES KISSELL OFFICERS , President CHARLES Louis KINCANNON Secretary and Maintainer HENRY Louis GOMEZ .... Food Buyer JERRY ANTHONY BROWN Treasurer PAUL DAVID CAMERON . . Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM DAVID CARR ... Faculty Sponsor BERNARD CHARLES KISSEL Roberto Edmundo Batres Lynn Sandol Beeler Bobby Joe Bowen Jerry Anthony Brown Paul David Cameron Guillermo de Alba James Edward Dobkins Marion Lester Dodson, Jr. Garry 0. Dossey Larry Gene Dossey MEMBERS Henry Louis Gomez Douglass Fielding Hoese Charles Louis Kincannon Don Robert Laird George Volney Launey Glynn Gray Littlefield Manuel Amado Lopez Gustavo Hector Martinez Henry Timmons Moeller Ronald Louis Parrish John D. Phillips William Roney Reagan Howard William Scheve Robert John Shuler Stanley Claude Stone William Lawrence Urban Victor Xavier Villarreal Michael Maurice Williamson Stanley Gerald Williams Front Row: Urban, Shuler, Reagan, Brownie, Brown, Batres, Beeler, Kincanoon. Second Row: Laird, Moeller, Bowen, Villarreal, Stone, Lopez, G. Dossey, Williams, Hoese, Martinez, de Alba, Launey. Third Row: L. Dossey, Cameron, Dobkins, Williamson, Phillips, Dodson, Littlefield. Scheve, Gomez, Parrish. Page 165 OPERATIVE OFFICERS President Food Buyer Treasurer Secretary Whip Faculty Sponsor JACK EDWIN BONNER TOMMY WAYNE MARTIN JAMES ELAINE MOORE REYNALDO MALDONADO RALPH CLAYTON HUTCHINS ELWOOD J. PREISS Daryl Ray Alford Mack Wayne Allred Donald Roy Anthony James Lloyd Anthony Jack E. Bonner Lyle Albert Brasfield Gary Wayne Chason Don Eskew Cowley Elbert Theo Dubose, Jr. James B. Engel Paul Dierk Funk MEMBERS Harlan Laird Gillespie David Thomson Hall Arthur Robert Hinojosa R. Clayton Hutchins Billy R. Karrh Johnny A. Kopecky Tao Thian Liem Reynaldo A. Maldonado Joe Ben Marburger Tommy Wayne Martin Laird H. McNeill James Blaine Moore George A. Nugent Linden Wayne Pierce Randall Ray Shenk Ronald Van Amburgh Robert G. Vasek Jerry Leroy Vernon Digbie H. Willard Robert L. Williamson, Jr. Donald E. Willmann Front Row: Bonner, Marburger, J. Anthony, Karrh, Alford, Willard, Allred, Hall. Cowley. Second Row: Liem, Chason, Gillespie, Hinojosa, Shenk, Kopecky, Maldonado, Willmann, Hutchins, D. Anthony. Third Row: Pierce, Engel, Funk, Dubose, Vasek, Brasfield, Vernon. Page 166 OFFICERS CHARLES LEWIS GRIMES President CARL GLENN HOOD RONALD FRANKLIN SCROLL Secretary ROBERT CECIL DAVIS CARL GLENN HOOD Treasurer JIMMY DAN GAUNTT LAMBERT SYLVESTER LABAY Food Buyer JOE CARROL LAWRENCE WILLIAM JOHN MACHA Maintainer WALTER LEW WILLIAM DAVID CARR Faculty Sponsor WILLIAM DAVID CARR Robert Larry Armstrong Antonio Eugenic Barsallo Michael Horace Casey David Orel Cavner Everard Correll Davenport Robert Cecil Davis James Elmo Ellis Jimmy Dan Gauntt Charles Lewis Grimes Frank Bosworth Hagler MEMBERS Carl Glenn Hood Thomas Lee Hutcheson Henry Ralph Klawitter William Frank Kopecky Lambert Sylvester Labay Joe Carrol Lawrence Walter Lew William John Macha Ronald Edward Malone Dennis Eugene Marshall George Raymond Scheel John Maurice Scheel Allan Burnham Schmitt Ronald Franklin Scholl Michael Phillip Teter Bernard Frank Tupa Kenneth Duane Williams Ryce Neal Wilson Front Row: Hutcheson, Armstrong, Lew, Labay, Casey, Davenport. Second Row: Klawitter, Hood, Gaunt, Lawrence, Ellis, Polasek, Haeler. Third Row: Macha, Wilson, Scholl, J. Scheel, Teter, Cavner, Barsallo, Tups. Fourth Row: Marshall, Crimes, Malone, Williams, Davis, Schmitt, G. Scheel, Kopecky. Page 167 TWTN OFFICERS President. House Manager V ice-President Secretary -Treasurer Food Buyer WILLIAM ERVEN SAYLE RALPH WAYNE PONFICK CHARLES DAVID PAGEL ENRIQUE E. CARMONA CHESTER B. SLAUGHTER David Charles Bamberger Richard Lynn Brooks Augustine Anthony Carmona Enrique E. Carmona Adan Isael Castaneda Guy Travis Dickson Frank Michael Floyd Alejandro Garcia Ramon Antonio Garcia Glenn Richard Graves Arthur Lewis Green MEMBERS Jose Maria Guerrero Richard Charles Guinan Jose Ignacio Gutierrez Thomas Wayne Huber Charles Austin Huie Billy Lester Hutchins James Alvin Johnson Domingo Rodlfo Martinez Edward Martinez Timothy Haskell McCoy Paul Ray McKinzie Jerry Wayne Mendenhall Joe David Millian Sandy Norman Charles David Pagel Ralph Wayne Ponfick William Erven Sayle Chester B. Slaughter Lloyd Grantlund Whitt Gary Claude Winans Larry Ray Winans Eric Lee Winkler Front Row. C. Winans, Castaneila, E. Martinez, McKinzie. Pagel, Huie, Floyd, R. Garcia. Second Row: Johnson, Ponfiok, E. Carmona. Millian, Graves, Guinan, Huber, Brooka, Winkler, Mendenhatl. Third Row: Gutierrez, Green, L. Winans, A. Carmona, McCoy, Bamberger, Guerrero, Slaughter, A. Garcia, Whitt, Sayle. Page 168 OFFICERS President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Dietician Manager Faculty Sponsor BOBBY A. GRIGSBY GEORGE DENNIS MADDEN WENCESLAO ROMEO GUEVARA RONALD GLENN ANDERSON SIEGMUND RAY SIVEK JOHN STANLEY FUHRMANN EDWIN BOOTH PRICE MEMBERS James Lyn Alford Ronald Glenn Anderson Oran Silas Davis Buckner, Jr. Donald Lee Caraway Fernando Dovalina Howard Paul Dreyer Jerry Kay Frye John Stanley Fuhrmann Bobby A. Grigsby Wenceslao Romeo Guevara John Lopez, III George Dennis Madden Denver Curtis Marsh, Jr. John Thomas Phillips, III Jimmy Dave Riggins Siegmund Ray Sivek Ray Lee Sullivan John Ferrier Walls Leroy A. Watts Karl Roland Womack George Charles Young Jerome Anthony Young ?! P Front Rota: Rigging, AHord, Watts, Griesby, C. Young, Dreyer. Back A ' . Mr: Buckner. Caraway, Walls, Marsh, Dovalina, Guevara, Sivek, Madden. Page 169 U O UEN ' S CO-OPERATIVES ' COUNCIL Front Row: Baumann, Robde, Miirrou, Nowotny, Wilnia Dell Council, Adams. Back Row: Henneke, Bourne, Wisner, Gebauer, Thorp. Mary Kay Adams Alta Lee Bauman Elwanda Sue Bourne Patricia Louise Henneke Jerry Annette Marrou, President Jeanine Nowotny Iris Jean Rohde Mary Charlene Thorp Eva Nell Wisner Dorothy Gebauer, Faculty Sponsor Emma Lee Carter Barbara Jean Caruthers Frankie Marie Collier Johnnye Earlene Cunningham Evelyn Yvonne Deason Barbara Horn Dunn Almetris Marsh Duren Eva Clyde Coins Gloria Judene Grant Betty Joan Griggs Joan Jeannette Hartfield Maggie Dianne Hines Barbara Maudean Horn Jo Frances Horn sberry Arthurene Johnson Arlette Iras Jones Althea Ketchum Jos-ie Kenner Joyce Evelyn Massingill Etta Jean Mays Elizabeth Carolyn McAfee Joan Marie McAfee Thelma June Miller Doris B. Morton Doyle Price Alnita Frances Retig Patricia Ann Roland Jolene Scott Mary Frances Simpson Walta Marie Smith Helen Lois Washington Carolyn Mellisa Wilkins Elena Maria Botello Lana Maurine Hays Charlene Estelle Brand Nancy Joyce Hopwood Margarete Celest Buckner Margaret Chellie Jamison Donna Sue Campbell Evangeline Dale Martinez Susan Clark Patricia Dell Nance Carol Jane Gustine Barbara Ann Neal Sarah Nienes Pappas Joycelyn Ann Stevenson Ann Thorp Mary Charlene Thorp, Co-ordinator Lou Carolyn Tompkins Bonnie Mae Whitaker Front Row: Carter, Massingill, Jones, Caruthers, Ketchum, Morton, Second Row: Griggs, Mays, Cunningham, Deason, Horn, Hines, Hartfield, Simpson. Third Row: Harnsberry, E. McAfee, Smith, Duren, Wilkins, Roland, Collier, Miller. Johnson, Coins, J. McAfee. Front Row: Martinez, Jamison, Stevens on, Whitaker, Buckner, Hopwood, M. Thorp. Rack Row: Gustine, Campbell, Hays, Torapkins, Neal, Clark, Nance. Page 170 Front Row: Smith, Coghlan Kulchak. Second Row: Sowder, Phillips, Kassos, Guprra, Schneider, Turner, Hackemack. Third Row: Zarate, Hielscher, Wisner, Patton, Zurovetz, Saenz. Front Row: Adams, Lloyd, C. Stegemueller, Ellis, Hardin, Keimodel, Lemons, Sheffield. Second Row: Rayburne, Zurek, Lamb, Harper, S. Stegemueller, Seek- er, Irvin, McDonald, Logan. Helen Boudny Rosemary Coghlan Carolyn Anne Crawford Alicia Catalina Guerra Carol Jean Hackemack Amelia Frieda Hielscher Laura Jeanne Kassos Mary Kathryn Kulchak Celia Fay Patton Linda Kay Phillips Francisca Herlinda Saenz Donna Marie Schneider Mary Evelyn Smith Karen Janice Sowder Ditzler Yvonne Turner Eva Nell Wisner, Co-Ordinalor Ida Marie Zarate Dorothy Mae Zurovetz Mary Kay Adams, Co-Ordinator Velma Lucretia Ellis Gail Frances Hardin Sandra B. Harper Ina Dell Irvin Julienne Marie Kesmodel Lois Marlene Lamb Nina Lou Lemons Jelina Lynette Lloyd Susan Marie Logan Betty Jo McDonald Sandra Jean Rayburne Emma Jean Seeker Barbara Jo Sheffield Carolyn Stegemueller Sylvia Ann Stegemueller Cornelia Marie Zurek SM4N6B -CA Catharina Elisabeth Agerlid Adela Farias Amador Mary Patricia Barlow Barbara Ann Burke, (1) Maria Elda Garcia Irene Hughes Betty Louise Jacobs Oralia Morales Sandra Richard Iris Jean Rohde, Co-Ordinator Patricia Ann Skutca Marianne Slagle Phyllis Elaine Tronson Mary Ruth Underbrink Betty Ruth Wilson Jeann Lorraine Wilson Shirley Frances Bradley Judith Lee Compton Wilma Dell Council Carolyn Jo Domino Rebecca Ruth Eschberger Dorothy Sue Kelly Doris Jean Johnson Lois Nell Nelson Jeanine Nowotny, Co-Ordinator Marie Hermine Oelkers Linda Lou Pack Jeanne Marie Pope Darlyne Marie Rossow Patience Ann Ryan Linda Lee Shepard Julie Thieme Sharon Lee Woolsey Jane Clare Woolen Front Row: Hughes, J. Wilson, Tronson. Second Row: Amador, Agerlid, Rohde, Jacobs, B. Wilson, Garcia, Burke. Third Row: Morales, Skutca, Barlow, Slagle, Underbrink, Richard, Woolsey. Front Row: Domino, Ryan. Second Row: Johnson, Pack, Rossow. Oelkers, Bradley, Wooten, Thieme. Third Row: Nowotny, Nelson, Kelly, Shepard, Council, Pope. P.age 171 Front Row: Lindsey, Haby, Zoller, Grove. Second Rota: Hintz, Moren, Flinn, Walther, Thornton. Third Row: Perry, Ottmers, McCollum, Naiser, Oietz, Henneke, Koehler. Front Row: Blackraore, Newell, Wierth, Zuehl. Second Row: Mucck, Hawkins, Chamberlain, Koppa, Weise. Third Row: Conrad, Graham, Sloan, Marrou, Warhol. Diana Jill Caldwell Virginia Lee Dietz Michael Louise Flinn Marilyn Lavon Grove Janice LaVerne Haby Patricia Louise Henneke, Co-Ordinator Roberta Sue Hintz Judith Elizabeth Koehler Rochelle Zoller Phyllis Jayne Ahlberg Alta Lee Baumann, Co-Ordinator Irma E. Cavazos Sylvia Chapa Dianne Dunn Margarita Escamilla Otila Gonzalez Louise Berlon Haynes Hildegarde Lindsey Bobbie Jo McCollum Patricia Annette Moren Elaine Elizabeth Naiser Elizabeth Mae Ottmers Jeanne Perry Patricia Louise Thornton Norma Gene Walther Linda Wiliece Kuykendall Vilma Socorro Martinez Patricia Carneal Penry Patricia Louise Quarles Arleen Elenora Rotter Carlota Salinas Jane Childs Speer Betty Kathleen Stones Beverly Kay Tate Jean Ashmun Cammy Ann Blackmore Frances Faltin Chamberlain Joan La Verne Conrad J. Sue Graham Jimmie Gale Hawkins Kathleen Mary Koppa Claudia Jane Janis Delores Ann Ashorn Martha Kaye Austin Gretchen Elizabeth Blackmon Elwanda Sue Bourne, Co-Ordinator Desta Ann Colborn Janice Galle Lydia Frances Giddens Cynthia Anne Huxoll Rebecca Sue Ihrig Nancy D. Johnson Julia Ann Labay Jerry Annette Morrou, Co-Ordinator Sue F. Mueck Francis Kay Newell Carol Ann Sloan Kythleen Jean Warhol Doris Marie Weise Dorothy Helen Wierth Joy Camille Zuehler Celia Lanell Moore Jo Ann Kay Pankratz Sharon Ruth Pedrotti Penny Michele Powell Deanna Jean Reel Bonnie Jane Richards Sandra Gayle Satterwhite Johnette Yoland Schelin Nona Marie Strange Rosa Lee Strange Lynne Ruth Whiting Judith Elaine Willenborg Front Row: Speer, Martinez, Chapa, Kuykendall. Second Row: Cavazoa, Ahlberg, Baumann, Dunn, Stones, Salinas. Third Row: Gonzalez, Rotter, Quarlei, Penry, Haynei. Front Row: Galle, Johnson, Ashorn, R. Strange. Second Rota: Schelin, Colborn, Whiting, Pankratz, Austin. Powell, Willenborg, Bourne. Third Row: Satterwhite, Ihrig, Moore, N. Strange, Labay, Pedrotti, Blackmon, Giddens, Richards. Page 172 , ' " . " . ' ' L _ . ' , i ; " - . ' : . l $ - L- ' ' RGAN I . . -. - : ' - ' - t : ' . ' ' ' -rf- ' THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SORORITIES EDITED BY KAY MORROW Page 173 ALPHA CM AXQ 22 This year the Alpha Chi Omega ' s have had quantities of quality. Miss Eva Gayle Maxey was chosen Sweetheart of the University and reigned as Queen of the Cotton Bowl. Elly Medina, student body secretary, was chosen Outstanding Senior Girl as well as being elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board. Becky Maxey served as a Longhorn cheerleader and Jann Whitehead was an Arts and Sciences assembly- man and a representative from Texas at the National Student Assembly. Linda Rogers served as member at large for Cap and Gown, Jane Clements was tapped for Orange Jackets, Elaine Borough was a Chilean Exchange delegate, and Susan Eliza- beth Adams served as president of Omicron Nu. OFFICERS Fall Spring ELIZABETH ANN STEPHENS President DONNA KAY TOWNSEND KATHRYN HILL First V ice-President . . . FRANCES SUE BROOKS FRANCES SUE BROOKS Second V ice-President PEGGY LYNN CLEMENTS DEW ANNA DALE WRIBORG . Corresponding Secretary MARY JAN McGREGOR DONA BARRIER Recording Secretary HAZEL JANE CLEMENTS FALL PLEDGES Lynda Marie Alline, Galveston Judith Carol Bradley, Waco Patricia Campbell, Austin Estha Willborn Chism, Houston Eunice Ann Chisum, Wichita Falls Suzan Carol Clark, Houston Nancy Elizabeth Crouch, Lockhart Janice Carol Cummings, Austi n Janet Mathilda Dahl, Austin Sandra Lois Davis, Fort Worth Roxanna Dutton, San Antonio Janita Pamela Frye, Crockett Linda Evelyn Griffin, Tyler Dorothy Roberta Hazlip, Midland Sharon O ' Nita Herbert, La Marque Helen Kay Herring, Waco Priscilla Jane Hester, Houston Jean Ivy Hollingsworth, Port Arthur Karolen Stella Keane, San Antonio Frances Marie Kubala, East Bernard Julia Ann Kunze, Corpus Christi Barbara Jane Lacey, Corpus Christi Jan Mason Lasater, Dallas Beverly Jan Larson, Seymour Marianne Martin, Dallas Vicki Martin, Robstown Susan Ann Adams, Houston Suzanne Eleanore Earhart, Longview Carolyn Ann McCarty, Fort Worth Kathleen Louise McGinn, Houston Nancy Jean Monroe, Dallas Linda Caroline Myers, Austin Rebecca Alice Nelson, Beaumont Donna Kaye Oberpriller, Houston Harriet Elaine Oldham, Houston Martha Jean Payne, Dallas Becky Mae Reese, Austin Jeanine Marie Sanchez, Brownsville Susan Jan Seibert, Greggton Lilas Janice Shelby, Austin Adrienne Elizabeth Shupee, Austin Judith Ann Sims, Austin Nancy Jane Staples, Austin Rebecca Sue Sullender, Florence, Ala. Patricia Ann Sullivan, Wellington Sandra Sue Tessmer, Dallas Kay Louise Thames, Port Arthur Carolyn Tinsley, Gonzales Lila Dianne Voss, McAllen Janet Louise Wark, Houston Ann Dawn Watford, Houston Mildred Ann Welhausen, Shiner Jana Corbett Zimmerman, Austin SPRING PLEDGES Marilu Grace, Wichita Falls Susan Harkins, Sanderson Susan Carter Trimble, Orange Top Row: S. E. Adams, Allbritton, Allen, Alline, Allison. Second Row: Askew, Athens, Baird, Barlow, Barrier. Third Row: Bennett, Billups, Blomquigt, Bondiea, Booth. Fourth Row: Bradley, Brooks, Butler, Campbell, Chiam. Fifth Row: Chisum, Clark, H. Clements, P. Clementa, Cobb. Sixth Row: Cox, Crouch, Crowd!, Curamings, Dahl. Seventh Row: Davis, DeRidder, Dodd, Dorough, Dudley. Page 174 Eighth Row: Dutton, Ellingson, Evans, Ewell, Files. Ninth Row: Fish, Freeze, Frick, Frye, Geron. Tenth Row: Ginn, Griffin, Haile, Hall, Hallmark. Eleventh Row: Hazlip, Heinen, Henderson, Henley, Herbert. Twelfth Row: Herring, Hester, Hick, Hill, Hollingsworth. Thirteenth Row: Hollow, Howe, Huber, Hughes. Fourteenth Row: Keane, Kubala, Kunze, Lacey. AUW O f UFW CHI MEMBERS Susan Elizabeth Adams, Austin Mary Nell Allbritton, Port Arthur Janette Erwin Allen, Kerrville Camille Marie Allison, Nashville, Tenn. Betty Louise Askew, Amarillo Vivian Athens, Dallas Bonnie Beth Baird, Dallas Sherry Arlene Barlow, Waco Dona Barrier, Houston Kathlene Nelson Bennett, Kerrville Susan Billups, Dallas Dian Blomquist, Austin Catherine Elizabeth Bondies, Dallas Nancy Ann Booth, Port Arthur Frances Sue Brooks, Brownsville Carol Lynn Butler, Beaumont Hazel Jane Clements, Huntsville Peggy Lynn Clements, San Antonio Carolyn Eslyta Cobb, Midland Caren Maynett Cox, Fredericksburg Carole Sue Crowell, San Antonio Dana Adriana deRidder, Houston Carolyn Jayce Dodd, Austin Catherine Elaine Dorough, Houston Val Jean Dudley, Austin Carlotta Ariel Durham, Abilene Karen Sue Ellingson, Austin Elinor Louise Evans, Fort Worth Sandra Elizabeth Ewell, Austin Elizabeth Anne Files, Houston Suzanne Fish, Electra Leslie Freeze, Overland Park, Kans. Patricia Lou Frick, Kingsville Mary Catherine Geron, Waxahachie Judith Ann Ginn, Amarillo Helen Josephine Haile, Austin Martha Jane Hall, Refugio Dina Lynn Hallmark, Austin Delia Mae Henderson, Refugio Martha Lee Heinen, Houston Marilyn Gail Henley, Houston Helen Hicks, Dallas Kathryn Hill, Beaumont Jane Ann Hollow, Dallas Top Row: Larson, Lasater, Lemburg, Lewis, Luquette. Second Row: Marshall, M. Martin, V. Martin, Mason, Mat- thews. Third Row: E. R. Maxey, E. G. Maxey, McClain, J Me- Clellan, S. McClellan. Fourth Row: McGinn, McGregor, McKenzie, Medina, Seeks. Fifth Row: Menn, Monroe, Myers, J. Nelson, R. TA-lson. Sixth Row: Nevola, Nolen, Oberpriller, Oldham, C. Palmer. Bonnie Virginia Howe, Beaumont Carol Lynn Huber, Pasadena Betty Karon Hughes, Houston Ann Katherine Lemburg, Austin Frankie Ruth Lewis, Corpus Christ! Suzanne Luquette, Port Arthur Barbara Elaine Marshall, Houston Suzanne Mason, Fort Worth Barbara Jane Matthews, Kerrville Eddie Rebecca Maxey, Austin Eva Gayle Maxey, Austin Linda Carol McClain, Beaumont Jo Ann McClellan, Overton Sue Ellen McClellan, San Antonio 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 Karen Lynn Nevola, Dallas Mary Nell Nolen, Bellaire Charlene Palmer, Port Arthur Mary Inez Palmer, Conroe Susan Kay Petet, Dallas Diane Claudia Rachal, Robstown Dorothy Ray Rodgers, Harlingen Linda Sue Rogers, Dallas Evelyn Joyce Russell, Weslaco Carolyn Shelton, Alice Weslynn Maryann Simons, Harlingen Tommie Louise Sims, Austin Elizabeth Ann Stephens, Fort Worth Sue Stockard, Houston Martha Clive Strack, Beaumont Margaret Alice Surratt, Panhandle Barbara Glyds Tinker, San Antonio Donna Kay Townsend, Houston Joyce Kay Turner, Houston Judith Van Zant, San Antonio Janice Ann Whitehead, Anahuac Janet Hilliard Wilson, Kerrville Toni Woodford, Dallas Dewanna Dale Wriborg, Port Arthur Seventh Row: M. Palmer, Payne, Petet, Rachal, Reese. Eighth Row: Rodgers, Rogers, Russell, Sanchez, Seibert. Ninth Row: Shelby, Shelton, Shupee, Simons, J. Sims. Tenth Row: T. Sims, Staples, Stephens, Stockard, Strack. Eleventh Row: Sullender. Sullivan, Surratt, Thames, Tinker. Twelfth Row: Tinsley, Townsend, Turner, Van Zant, Voss. Thirteenth Row: Wark, Watford, Welhausen, Whitehead. Fourteenth Row: Wilson, Woodford, Wriborg, Zimmerman. Page 175 DEW Pf ALPHA DEW Pf iOf jff -- " BMBBH AAF1 DEW Pf AUW DEW Now the oldest chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, the Delta chapter was established in 1906 on The University of Texas campus. Recognition came to ADPi this year by placing second in Dads ' Day attendance, and second in Dimes Day collections. ADPi Orange Jackets were Judy Schleyer, president of Orange Jackets; Roberta House, president of Panhellenic and a member of Mortar Board; and Sue Whitsit, secretary of the Union and co-chairman of Round-Up. Spooks added to their mem- bership ADPi ' s Corrie Crofts. Diane Fitts. and Carolyn Cunningham. Each year the ADPi ' s give a party for orphans. OFFICERS Fall Spring BRENDA SUE BARDEN President CAROLINE OLSON DIANNE TREADAWAY First Vice-President. . SUSAN ELIZABETH WHITSIT CAROLINE OLSON Second V ice-President . . . MARGARET SUE DUTTON MARGARET GENE FLEWELLEN . Recording Secretary. . CAROLYN BEATRICE CALVIN EMILY CLAIRE WELCH Treasurer LINDA JEAN BETTELL FALL PLEDGES Marilynne Ann Allen, San Antonio Marianne Harden, Houston Ilene Ellen Brenner, San Antonio Beverly Ann Byers, Dallas Judy Ann Callaway, Crockett Shirley Arbuckle Calvert, Houston Victoria Lee Cazzell, Amarillo Sara Ellen Connally, Baytown Anne Elizabeth Connard, Galveston Carolyn Frances Cunningham, San Antonio Lynn Roszell Essex, San Antonio Judy Jane Evetts, Belton Diane Kathleen Fitts, Midland Catherine B. Gessner, Waco Judy Gail Gillespie, Austin Billie Jan Grannis, Del Rio Evelyn Griffiths Grant, Hillsboro Marilyn Bennett Haish, Lake Jackson Sydney Georgia Hansen, Midland Nancy Jo Harrison, San Antonio Suzanne Hartley, Pharr Susan Jane Holman, Houston Charita Ann Holt, Hereford Virginia del Howell, Richmond Judy Ann Jackson, Laughlin A. F. Base Sandra Jean Jircik, Alvin Mary Lee Lankford, Austin Annette Lindsey, Del Rio Heather Logan, Austin Joan Ann Matthews, San Antonio Janice Kay McNair, Lufkin Lynda Jolene Neer, Wichita Falls Loretta Ann Norris, New Braunfels Julie Ann Olivier, Houston Shirley Jean Parkhurst, Orange Frances Elizabeth Peen, Midland Catherine Mabel Philp, Beaumont Courtney Ray Pollard, Houston Sherri Louise Ripley, Del Rio Lyn Lee Schmidt, Harlingen Susan Stallard, Fort Worth Nancy Ruth Teas, Belton Josephine Malilda Townsend, Fort Worth Dorothy Karen Treybig, Houston Linda Waidhofer, Houston Tomasine Whitt, Gorman Su Alice Williams, Austin Zoe Marie Wilson, Corpus Christi Karen Elaine Winchester, Galveston Ruth Ann Bray, Austin SPRING PLEDGES Karen Anne Millerick, Corpus Christi Mary Katherine Knolle, Sandia ' ' " ' Row: J. Allen, M. Allen, Armistead, Aston, Bacon. Second Row: Baker, B. Harden. M. Harden, Bettell, Bowen. Third Row: Brenner, Bunch, Burns, Butler, Byers. Fourth Row: Callaway, Calvert, Calvin, Cezeaux, Coker. Fifth Row: Connally, Connard, Crofts, Cunningham, Daily. Si ith Row: Daniels, Davis, DeBerry, Dildy, Dimmitt. Page 176 Seventh Row: Doss, Dutton Ehlers, Essex, Evetts. Eighth Row: Finegan, Fills, Fitzgerald, Flewellen, Foster. Ninth Row: French, Gallaher, Cessner, Gillespie, Grannis. Tenth Row: Grant, On-sham, Haish, Hansen, Harrison. Eleventh Row: Hartgrove, Hartley, Healey, Hoff, Holman. Twelfth Row: Holt, House, Howell. Thirteenth Row: Hurt, J. Jackaon. Pf Pf Pf Alice E. Adams, Austin Judy Beth Allen, Austin Betty Ray Armistead, Beaumont Patricia Ruth Aston, Houston l.inda Ann Bacon, Hillshoro Mary Martha Baker, Madisonville Brenda Sue Barden, Houston Linda Jean Bettell, Houston Kristin Bowen, Port Arthur Mildred Elizabeth Bunch, Artesia, N. Mex. Carol Ann Burns, Dallas Lasca Butler, Kenedy Carolyn Beatrice Calvin, Dallas Marie Louise Cezeaux, Houston Jan LaRue Chinn, Dallas Carolyn Ruth Coker, Houston Corrie Ann Crofts, Johnson City Diane Louise Daily, Galveston Dian Daniels, Seguin Dorothy Gayle Davis, Austin Diane DeBerry, San Antonio Sandra Marie Dietz, Fredericksburg Kathleen Bethea Dildy, Austin Nancy N. Dillon, Austin Deanna Marye Dimmitt, Uvalde Roberta Ann Doss, Crowley Margaret Sue Dutton, Bishop Sandra Kay Ehlers, New Braunfels Sandra Gail Everts, San Antonio Linda Sue Fenderbosch, Midland Ann Pherese Finegan, Dallas Sandra Kay Fitzgerald, Caldwell Margaret Gene Flewellen, Longview Sandra Elizabeth Foster; Longview Kathleen French, Woodsboro Judith Ellen Gallaher, Marlin Adonia Sue Gresham, Wharton Mary Sue Hamon, Corpus Christi Virginia Sue Hartgrove, Houston Kathleen Elizabeth Healey, Port Arthur Johanna Hoff, Houston Roberta Lee House, San Antonio Barbara Katherine Hurt, Seguin Patricia Jackson, Mount Pleasant Virginia Lee Johnson, San Antonio Leslie Carolyn Jones, San Antonio MEMBERS Patsy Lou Kelley, Uvalde Valerie Gayle Knapp, Alamo Evelyn Anne Knolle, Austin Karen Fay Kolle, Inez Jeannine Marie LeBlanc, Houston Carolyn Kay Lindell, Taylor Jane Ann McElvy, San Antonio Linda Lee McPherson, Wichita Falls Mignon lone Middleton, Dallas Patricia Moore, Houston Zane Ann Morgan, Seguin Lucy Kay Nolle, Sour Lake Caroline Olson, San Antonio Paula Lee Patrick, Midland Kay F. Payne, San Antonio Carolyn Kay Ransom, Austin Nancy Ann Ratliff, Houston Marsha Gay Rhew, Sweetwater Joellyn Ricketts, Dallas Judith Marie Rowland, Port Arthur Martha Ann Rowland, Del Rio Susan Jane Sanders, Dallas Mary Cathryn Sauer, Houston Norma Sue Scheiblich, Marlin Judith Emily Schleyer, New Braunfels Sheila Rae Scott, Houston Sandra Sue Shannon, Austin Laura Ann Shuford, Austin Linda Annette Skelton, Houston Jane Ellis Stevens, Lake Jackson Sally Kyle Stone, Houston Carol Ann Sullivan, Fort Worth Judith Rae Summers, Dallas Judith Swetland, Marlin Shirley Ann Terry, Big Spring Rosalie Dianne The riot, Port Arthur Dianne Treadaway, El Campo Wanda Vienna Turck, Arlington Suzanne Vaughan, Houston Charlotte Helen Watson, Elmhurst, III. Emily Claire Welch, Beaumont Susan Elizabeth Whitsit, San Antonio Rebecca Jo Wolf, Austin Jill Woodward, Beaumont Pamela Florence Wright, San Antonio Top Row; P. Jackson, Jircik, Johnson, Jones, Kelley. Eighth Row: Srheiblich, Schleyer, Schmidt, Scott, Shan- Second Row: Knapp, E. Knolle, Lankford, LeBlanc. non. Lindell. Ninth Row: Shuford. Skelton. Stallard, Stevens, Stone. Third Row: Lindsey, Logan, Matthews, McElvy, Mr. Tenth Row: Sullivan, Summers, Teas, Theriol, Tread. Nair. away. Fourth Row: MrPherson, Middleton, Morgan, Nolle, Eleventh Row: Treybig, Turck, Vaughan, Waidhofer, N ' orris. Watson. Fifth Row: Olivier, Olson, Parkhurst, Patrick. Payne. Twelfth Row: Wrl-h, Whitsit, Williams. Sixth Row: Penn, Philp, Pollard, Ransom, Ratliff. Thirteenth Row: Wilson, Winchester, Wright. Seventh Row: Khew, Ricketts, Ripley, M. Rowland, Sanders. Page 177 EPSfLON PW fV AE t PW sow Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded at Barnard College in 1909. Omega chapter was established in 1925 on the Texas campus. Wearers of the green and white that were honored this fall included Susan Cohen and Ann Kasman, Cordettes; Marsha Saxe, a member of Gamma Alpha Chi and Theta Sigma Phi; Helena Frenkil, Orange Jackets; Karen Hyman, hospitality com- mittee chairman and a Freshman Council advisor. The pledge project this year was to visit the home for the blind. The philanthropy project is to foster a European child. Fall SHARON LEE SHULKIN MYRA SUE EFRON MARSHA EILEEN SAXE ABIGAIL CAROL GLOSSERMAN BARBARA CARRYE BERNSTEIN OFFICERS Spring President Lois PAULA SHAINOCK .... V ice-President MARILYN CAROL MOTHNER Corresponding Secretary. . . ANITA MIRIAM BLACKMAN . .Recording Secretary ELLEN KAY FEUER , . Treasurer . SANDRA WEISBERGER FALL PLEDGES Carol Sue Abrams, Dallas Frances Ellen Aftergut, Pampa Phyllis Alexander, Waco Maxine Art, Shreveport, La. Sarah Ann Beinhorn, El Paso Lana Barbara Bormaster, Houston Linda Bormaster, Houston Carol Lee Cohn, Houston Frances Pauline Cohn, Austin Ellen Sue Davis. Houston Janice Lynn Davis, Port Arthur Barbara Elaine Ellis, Mission, K ' ans. Lesta Paulene Frank, San Antonio Sybil Ina Glikin, Houston Sherry Marsha Gotsdiner, Houston Elizabeth Rose Greenfield, Houston Mirah Susan Herzog, Lincolnwood, 111. Sharon Ann- Hoffer, Beaumont Vivian Elizabeth Holman, Houston Joan Phyllis Hyman, San Antonio Monte Sue Kalmans, Houston Marjorie Ann Kay, Houston Cynthia Ann Kessler, Dallas Lois Ann Blum, Houston SPRING PLEDGES Lynn Evelyn Ladin, Houston Patricia Ann Kogin, Dallas Sonja Gail Levin, Brownsville Anita Helen Levinson, Dallas Carol Joan Levitt, Midland Trudy Ruth Levy, Beaumont Lynda Schaffer Mann, Dallas Terri Beth Mann, El Paso Barbara Ann Miller, Houston Blossom Kanova Podolnick, Austin Elaine Lee Rice, Longview Francine Riemer, San Antonio Sharon Lynn Roos, Midland Celia Ann Roosth, Tyler Harriet Ellen Rosenthal, Dallas Lynn Rae Rosenthal, Houston Leah Ann Samuelson, Houston Susan Harriet Schwartz, Austin Mary Ellen Segal, Woodmere, N. Y. Elaine Elizabeth Solin, Dallas Judith Louise. Traiber, Houston Melody Rose Tuchin, Fort Worth Nancy Joan Wiener, Dallas Nancy Ruth Wolf, Corpus Christi Barbara Helen Frumkin, Houston Top Row: Abratns, Adelman, Aftergut, Alexander. Second Row: Art, Bassist, Beinhorn, Benson. Third Row: Bernstein, Blackman, L. B. Bormaster, L. Bormaster. Fourth Row: Braveman, Cohen, C. Cohn, F. Cohn. Fifth Row: Cooper, E. Davis, J. Davis, S. Davis. Sixth Row: Dolgoff, Dorr, J. Edeltnan, S. Edelman. Pge 178 Seventh Row: Efron, Ellis, Falk, Feuer. Eighth Rota: Finkelstein, Fisher, Frank, Frenkil. Ninth Row: Frucht, Gershon, Gotsdiner, Glosserman. Tenth Row: Greenfield, Herman, Herzog, Hoffer. Eleventh Row: Hoffman, Holman, J. Hyman, K. Hyman. Twelfth Row: Kalmans, Kaplan. Thirteenth Row: Kasman, Kay. EPSILON PW wv n. MEMBERS Cathy Lee Adelman, San Antonio Phyllis Ann Bassist, Austin Dana Dee Benson, San Antonio Sydney Kay Bergel, San Antonio Barbara Carrye Bernstein, Enid, Okla. Anita Miriam Blackman, Kansas City, Mo. Phyllis Gayle Braveman, Dallas Susan Rose Cohen, Houston Linda Paula Cooper, San Antonio Louise Carol Davis, San Antonio Susan Harriet Davis, San Antonio Madelyn Jean Dolgoff, Dallas Barbara Susan Dorr, West Palm Beach, Fla. Janice Edelman, Lufkin Sharon Edelman, Lufkin Myra Sue Efron, Houston Susan Elaine Falk, Dallas Ellen Kay Feuer, Haver, Mont. Glenda Ann Finkelstein, Pampa Carolyn Joyce Fisher, Odessa Helena Rebecca Frenkil, Hempstead Brenda Lou Frucht, Houston Sherry Ann Gershon, Kansas City, Mo. Abigail Carol Glosserman, Lockhart Sydelle Helen Herman, Port Arthur Adele Sharon Hoffman, Houston Karen Lee Hyman, Austin Marion Louise Kaplan, Houston Annette Sharon Kasman, Bay City Top Roto: Kline, Kogin, Koppel, Labovitz. Second Row: Lei man, Lerner, Levin, Levinson. Third Row: Levitt, Lewis, Lieberman, Lind. Fourth Row: Lynn, L. Mann, T. Mann, Melcher. Fifth Row: Miller, Mothner, Podolnick, Ravel. Sixth Row: Rice, Riemer, Roos, Roosth. Seventh Row: H. Rosenthal, L. Rosen thai, Samuelson, Saxe. Phyllis Ann Kline, San Antonio Carolyn Jo Koppel, Harlingen Jeanie Labovitz, Fort Worth Helen Sara Leiman, Houston Sondra Jane Lerner, Houston Kathryn Sue Lewis, Houston Harriet Lieberman, Houston Barbara Sue Lind, Fort Worth Rochelle Lynn, Dallas Paulette Sue Melcher, Houston Marilyn Carol Mothner, Kansas City, Mo. Phyllis Susan Ravel, Austin Marsha Eileen Saxe, Dallas Anne Elsa Schonwald, Oklahoma City, Okla. Lois Paula Shainock, Houston Sharon Lee Shulkin, Sioux City, Iowa Dorothy Jean Simon, Houston Susan Marie Solomon, Dallas Lottye Maye Spitzer, Shreveport, La. Cathy Frances Stein, Houston Pepi Ann Stern, Houston Marsha Lynn Topek, Houston Bette Topperman, Tyler Beverly Jacquelin Toub, Dallas Mary Sue Viner, San Antonio Sandra Weisberger, Kansas City, Mo. Eleanor Ann Weiss, Houston Judy Lee Wohlner, Omaha, Nebr. Arlene Carole Wolfson, Beaumont Eighth Row: Schonwald, Schwartz, Segal, Shainock.. Ninth Row: Shulkin, Simon, Solin, Spitzer. Tenth Row: Stern, Topek, Topperman, Toub. Eleventh Row: Trainer, Tuchin, Viner, Weisberger. Twelfth Row: Weiss, Wiener, Wohlner. Thirteenth Row: Wolf, Wolfson. Page 179 AFA Symbolized by red and buff roses, the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, which was founded May 30, 1904, at Syracuse University, has blossomed to 90 active chapters. The Epsilon Delta chapter was established at the University on May 11, 1940. This group of young women can boast both honors and awards. Jeanine Watson can list among her honors Junior Fellow of Phi Beta Kappa and the Mortar Board Scholarship Award. Pat Rusch was the Cap and Gown Council reporter and vice- president of Theta Sigma Phi. Surrenden Hill rapped the gavel for the Ecumenical Council, was secretary of the Business Administration Council, and also served on the Faculty-Student Cabinet. The president of the Panhellenic Council for 1961- 1962, Gail Gabriel, was also on the Faculty-Student Cabinet. OFFICERS Fall Spring PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH President MARY J. HAYNES MARY J. HAYNES First V ice-President PATRICIA ANNE SMITH SYLVIA ANN GRIDER Second Vice-President . . . MARTINA DICKSON SMITH PATRICIA ANNE SMITH Recording Secretary SUE VIRGINIA FINLEY JANICE SCHUMANN Corresponding Secretary MARION LEVERETT SHERIDAN PETTIT . . Treasurer . , . CORINNE ELLEN BYBEE FALL PLEDGES Kendra Lynn Aleff, El Paso Toni Lee Armstrong, San Antonio Kay Banfield, Rosenberg Lana Gail Barnard, Austin Becky Becknell, Idalou Carol Ann Bohn, El Paso Margaret Ann Brougher, Houston Carol Louise Canant, Tyler Jane Maurine Duckett, Tyler Roberta Marie Feil, Dallas Gladney Lynn Flatt, Austin Dinah Adele Ford, Winnetka, 111. Mary Antone tte Freeman, Irving Dixie Ann Gaddis, Cotulla Laura Ellen Glass, Austin Alta Ann Kennedy, Dallas Martha Sue Kercheville, Del Rio Carolyn Ann Lacy, San Antonio Mary Elizabeth Moore, San Antonio Charlie Lou Moses, Galveston Cheryl Ballard Neef, Houston Jo Ann Noser, McAllen Cynthia Jo Owens, Austin Patricia Ann Perryman, Tyler Mary Beth Roberts, Kirbyville Carolyn Ann Robison, San Antonio Mary Patricia Sharpe, Austin Martina Alickson Smith, Lubbock Sharon Ann Sooter, Mission Sharon Marie Thurmond, Austin Jane Marie Tisdale, Austin Linda Kaye Watkins, Austin Victoria E. Witherspoon, Austin Susan Jane Rush, Pasadena SPRING PLEDGES Margaret Jane Winckler, Houston Top Row: E. Adams, Z. Adams, Albert, Aleff. Second Row: Baird, Banfield, Barnard, Becknell. Third Row: Bohn, Brougher, Butschek, Bybee. Fourth Row: - Canant, Clark, Daugherty, Davidson. Fifth Row: Duckett, Edelen, Edmiston, Farmer. Sixth Row: Feil, Finley, Flatt, Ford. Page 180 Seventh Row: Frantz, Gabriel, Gaddis, Gardner. Eighth Row: Glass, Gradwohl, Grider, Haley. Ma lit Row: Haynes, Hill, Hunt, Ing. Tenth Row: Kennedy, Kercheville. Eleventh Row: Lacy. DEW GAMMA DEW Elizabeth Anne Adams. Galveston Zilla K. Adams. Austin Barbara Elaine Albert. Darien, Conn. Mary Lou Baird, Austin Carol A. Boughton, Austin Deanna J. Butschek. Houston Corinne Ellen Bybee, Houston Diana Marie Clark, San Antonio Diane Elizabeth Daugherty, Austin Peggy Louise Davidson, Austin Donna Jean Edelen, Fort Worth Sharon Dianne Edmiston, Floydada Florence Jean Farmer, Fort Worth Sue Virginia Finley, Uvalde Carol Louise Frantz, Dallas Gail Gabriel, Tyler Elizabeth Ann Gardner, Pasadena Cherry Anne Gradwohl, Houston Sylvia Ann Grider, Pampa Judy Ann Haley, Oakwood Mary J. Haynes, Houston Surrenden Kay Hill, Austin Glenda Hunt. Austin Reta Jane Ing, Waco Marion Leverett, Overton Edie Lyles, Henrietta MEMBERS Jyme Adene Mathews, Austin Jane Elizabeth Maxwell, Lovelady Mary Belle Melcher, Port Lavaca Mary Virginia Moses, Austin Frances Ann Norris, Houston Carol Ann Peterson, Austin Sheridan Pettit. Odessa Sandy Pond, Bryan Judith Alice Reynolds, Houston Barbara Ann Roscher, Austin Patricia Wynn Rusch. Austin Rosemary Russell, Austin Janice Schumann, San Antonio Carolyn Marie Shaw. Pettus Patricia Anne Smith, Plainview Glenda Stark, Garland Kathleen Rae Stewts, Pasadena Mary Lucille Throgmorton, Bellaire Mary Lu Walton, Houston Jeanine Anne Watson. Dallas Linda Joan Wells, Austin Carol Louise Wharton, El Paso Rebecca Wheeler, Winnsboro Marion Irene Wilson, Palacios LaNell Wiser, Houston :-O ft If Top Row: Leverett, Lyles, Ma thews, Melcher. Second Row : Moore, C. Moses, M. Moses, Neef. Third Row: Noser, Owens, Ferryman, Peterson. Fourth Row: Pettit, Pond, Reynolds, Roberts. fifth Row: Robison, Roscher, Rusch, Russell. Sixth Row: Schumann, Sharpe, Shaw, M. Smith. Seventh Row: P. Smith, Sooter, Stark, Stewts. Eighth Row: Throgmorton, Thurmond, Tisdale, Walton. Ninth Row: Walking, Watson, Wells, Wharton. Tenth Row: Wheeler, Wilson. Eleventh Row: Wiser, Witherapoon. Page 181 kWA AUW AKA Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., was founded in 1908 on the Howard University campus; the local Delta Xi chapter was established in May, 1959. The Ivy Leaf Club is the organization of young ladies aspiring to become members of the sorority and is not a pledge class. Joining Orange Jacket Donna Lucia Guess in service to the campus were new Spooks Joyce Evelyn Massingill and Gloria Judene Grant. Mary Simpson was a Faculty- Student Cabinet member and Human Relations Committee chairman. Doris B. Morton served as a Graduate assemblyman and Anita Mitchell was named to the Magna Cum Laude Honor Roll for the fall. IVY LEAF CLUB FALL MEMBERS Emma Lee Carter, Waco Frankie Marie Collier, Fort Worth Lois Marie Deary, Austin Gloria Judene Grant, Houston Christine Henderson, Austin Maggie Dianne Hines, Houston Arlette Iras Jones, Houston Anitha Theresa Mitchell, Dallas Gracye Dianne Reed, Houston Irma Jean Rogers, Giddings Patricia Ann Roland, San Antonio Jolene Scott, San Angelo Charlie Mae Spencer, Odessa Bobbye Jean Stevens, Galveston Carrie Lee Thomas, Brownwood Helen Lois Washington, Dallas Agnes Sue White, Longview SPRING MEMBERS Pearlie Mae Grant, Elgin Faye Dean Jackson, La Marque Top Row: Broadus, Carter. Second Row: Caruthers, Collier. Third Row: Deary, Deason. Fourth Row: C. Grant, Griggs. Fifth Row: Guess, Henderson. Sixth Row: Jones. Seventh Row: Massingill. Page 182 KAPPA X UW ALPW KAPPA AUW OFFICERS Fa Spring BARBARA JEAN CARUTHERS Basileus BARBARA JEAN CARUTHERS WALTA MARIE SMITH Anti-Basileus WALTA MARIE SMITH THELMA JUNE MILLER Grammateus THELMA JUNE MILLER MELLANESE SLAUGHTER Anti-Grammateus MELLANESE SLAUGHTER DONNA LUCIA GUESS . , Tamiouchos. . . DONNA LUCIA GUESS MEMBERS Zelna V. Broadus, Victoria Barbara Jean Caruthers, Mathis Evelyn Yvonne Deason, Houston Betty Joan Griggs, Houston Donna Lucia Guess, Houston Joyce Evelyn Massingill, Houston Etta Jean Mays, Houston Thelma June Miller, San Antonio Alnita Frances Rettig, Henderson Mellanese Slaughter, Houston Walta Marie Smith, Fort Worth Carolyn Mellisa Wilkins, Houston Top Rim-: Mays, Miller. Second Row: Mitchell, Reed. Third Row: Rettig, Rogers. Fourth Row: Roland, Scott. fifth Row: Slaughter, Smith. Sixth Row: Stevens, White. Seventh Row: Wilkins. Page 183 ' jfciii ' 1 AOFI 0 UfCRjON Pf XUJW Taking the Jacqueminiot rose as her flower and cardinal as her color, Alpha Omega Pi was founded at Barnard College of Columbia on January 2, 1897. A Pi was honored this past year with a visit by their national president, to whom they were pleased to report the achievements of their members. Presiding as chairman of the Panhellenic Presidents ' Council was Rosemary Cockran, and serving as the national secretary of Tau Beta Sigma was Patsy Drury. Spook tapping found Vir- ginia Castille and Judy Wright wearing the skull and crossed bones, while other AOPi members finding themselves selected to honoraries were: Judy Wright and Carolyn Draper, Alpha Lambda Delta ; Connie Jo Rock, Gamma Alpha Chi ; and Mary Jansen, Mu Phi Epsilon. Fall ROSEMARY COCHRAN CONNIE Jo ROCK VIRGINIA HELENE SMITH . . SANDRA EARLINE MATHIS . ELIZABETH RUTH JOHNSON OFFICERS Spring President ELIZABETH RUTH JOHNSON . . . . V ice-President CONNIE Jo ROCK Corresponding Secretary JAMIE KATE BYRNE . . Recording Secretary JOAN WRIGHT . Treasurer . . . ALICE SANDRA FORSYTE Kathleen Isabel Bivings, Dallas Anna Kingsley Brace, Austin Bettie Bright, Austin Margaret Claire Broman, Austin Monetta Mabeth Brown, Austin Jamie Kate Byrne, Goliad Virginia Louise Castille, Austin Kay Crawford, Houston Susan Douglass, El Campo Carolen Jeanne Draper, Tyler FALL PLEDGES Sharon Lee Ellis, Fort Worth Sharon Gayle Goss, Austin Mary Elizabeth Janssen, Corpus Christi Margaret Jean Lay, Fort Worth Lynn Ellen Owen, San Antonio Linda Carole Ridgway, Randolph A. F. Base Nancy Kay Robb, Galena Park Ethel Edna Wiest, Houston Judith Isabel Wright, Bellaire SPRING PLEDGE Sherrie Ann Bruns, Dallas Top Row: Baade, Babione. Second Row: Banta, Bivings. Third Row: Brace, Bright. Fourth Row: Broman, Brown. Fifth Row: Castille, Cochran. Sixth Row: Douglass, Draper. Seventh Row: Drury, Ellis. Eighth Row: Forsyth, Goss. Ninth Row: Cross, Hatter. Page 184 0 UfCRjOM R MEMBERS Laura Lee Baade, Boling Barbara Lou Babione, Amarillo Diana Banta, LaPorte Rosemary Cochran, Austin Patsy Anne Drury, Austin Alice Sandra Forsyth, Longview Beckie Lou Gross, Galena Park Ila Dee Hatter, Austin Elizabeth Ruth Johnson, Newgulf Sandra Earline Mathis, Longview Judy Ann Miller, Dallas Wendy Lou Miller, Dallas Mary Minette Naquin, Austin Connie Jo Rock, Texas City Karen Leigh Rodgers, Austin Virginia Helene Smith, Beaumont Mary Carolyn Stone, San Antonio Rebecca Mary Thrasher, Austin Mary Kathrine Turner, Galena Park Ruth Maxine Villarreal, Austin Joan Wright, Houston Top Raw: Johnson, Lay. Second Row: Mathis, J. Miller. Third Row: W. Miller, Naquin. Fourth Row: Owen, Ridgway. Fifth Row: Robb, Rock. Sixth Row: Smith, Stone. Seventh Rota: Thrasher, Turner. Eighth Row: Villarreal, Wiest. Ninth Row: J. Wright, J. I. Wright. Page 185 OOP) A4 4LPM4 From the halls of ivy which first surrounded Alpha Phi sorority at Syracuse. New York, in 1872, Omega chapter came to Texas in 1920. Proudly displaying the colors of bordeaux and silver for the past year were Sally Seiders, president of Spooks; Janice Chadwell, Education Council president; Lee Fetter, Pi Omega Pi president; Anne Herdman, Education assemblywoman; Linda Jo Dublin, Freshman Council Committee vice-chairman; and Lynette Taylor, Panhellenic vice-president. Service is also synonymous with Alpha Phi as indicated by their Cardiac Aid and Alpha Phi Foundation, providing scholarship aid to college students. OFFICERS Fall LINDA SUZANNE TIXIER President SALLY ELIZABETH WADDILL . . . First V ice-President . NANCY ELIZABETH STROPENI . .Second V ice-President MABEL ANN BROWN First Treasurer . . . CHARLENE BUTLER . . Second Treasurer . Spring . . SANDRA CAROL THOMAS . . DOROTHY JOAN DOSHER . . MARY KATHLEEN SPENCE KATHLEEN FENLEY MOORE NANNETTE GENE JARRELL FALL PLEDGES Clarice Lorraine Andrews, Bryan Barbara Elaine Austin, La Marque Mary Suzan Benbow, Odessa Betje Black, Corpus Christi Anne Currie Bernhardt, San Antonio Patricia Ann Biggs, Houston Nancy Louise Brown, Gatesville Annette Louise Cannon, San Antonio Carmon Luell Coffman, Texarkana Winifred Sue Cohen, Victoria Dianne Elaine Colgrove, Midland H. Jan Grain, Robstown Mary Alice Darrah, Fort Sam Houston C arolyn Michael Devins, Baytown Linda Jo Dublin, Brownwood Sally Ann Fetter, La Marque Jean Melton Flint, Corpus Christi Greta Gillan, Houston Marcia Jan Harris, Dallas Nannette Gene Jarrell, Texas City Vanna Lee Jessen, Austin Carol Deane Kalteyer, Corpus Christi Nancy Lou Koch, Houston Margaret Helen McGowan, Houston Carolyn Ramsay Moritz, Dallas Alpha Ann Muenzenberger, Corpus Christi Sharon Ann Myers, Palestine Patricia Luella Peacock, Austin Martha Marie Pittenger, Austin Carolyn Sue Price, Amarillo Dorothy Caroline Remy, San Antonio Nancy Edith Rogers, San Antonio Sara Ann Ross, Corsicana Suzanne Cory Slade, Meridian Elizabeth Irene Smith, Austin Mary Katherine Sorden, Austin Mary Kathleen Spence, San Angelo Lucina Kay Styron, Houston Sandra Sue Swanson, Texas City Tacey Susa Tajan, Houston Cheryl Suzanne Temple, Dallas Mimi Kay West, Gatesville Ida Katherine White, Houston Susan Helen Woodward, Dallas Ruth Lynne Youngblood, Port Arthur SPRING PLEDGES Dickie Sue Alexander, Dickinson Marilyn Annette Bane, Dallas Dana Eddins, Bryan Judy Ann White, Houston Top Row: Allen, Allred, Andefson, Andrews, Austin. Second Row: Azadian, Baethe, Benbow, Bcrgquist, Bernhardt. Third Row: Berry, Biggs, Birdwell, Black, M. Brown. Fourth Row: N. Brown, E. Burkhart, M. Burkhart, Callaway, Cannon. Fifth Row: Chadwell, Chapman, Chase, Coffman, Cohen. Sixth- Row: Colgrove, Cox, Crawford, Cushman, Darling. Seventh Row: Darrah, Devins, Dosher, Dublin, Eads. Eighth Row: Engelke, C. Fetter, S, Fetter, Flint, Gill. Ninth Row: Gillan, C. Glass, M. Glass, Cribble. Tenth Row: Harris, Herbert, Herdman, Hurd. Eleventh Row: Jarrell, Jessen, Johnston. Twelfth Row: Key, I. Klein, B. Koch. MEMBERS Barbara Jean Allen, Austin Judith Ann Allred, Midland Nancy Eileen Anderson, Austin Bette Jane Azadian, Houston Jane Anne Baethe, Baytown Charlotte Ann Bell, Beaumont Karen Arloa Bergquist, Austin Dorothy Eleanor Berry, Cypress Linda Bettersworth, Sequin Mary R. Birdwell, Austin Mabel Ann Brown, Gatesville Emily Alice Burkhart, La Marque Marcia Jan Burkhart, La Marque Charlene Butler, Lufkin Sara Jean Callaway, Fort Worth Janice Mary Chadwell, San Antonio J. Kay Chapman, Sherman Alice Maxine Chase, Houston Myrlan Cox, Morton Emily Josephine Crawford, Austin Karen Ann Cushman, Seguin Frances Ruth Darling, Port Arthur Dorothy Joan Dosher, Hobbs, N. Mex. Carol Jane Eads, Austin Joyce Elaine Engelke, Seguin Carolyn Lee Fetter, La Marque Betty Jean Gill, Beeville Carolyn Edna Glass, Texarkana Martha Jane Glass, Texarkana Gretchen Elizabeth Cribble, Lufkin Constance Ann Herbert, Austin Anne Herdman, Waco Maryellen Hurd, Texas City Nell Johnston, Austin Hazel Catherine Key, Midland Ida Marie Klein, Tomball Sonja Rose Klein, Spring Elizabeth Anne Koch, Austin Joann Yvonne Kunz, Galveston Marie Leopold, Austin Kathryn Marie Mafrige, Houston Joan Mahoney, Dallas Marilyn McCandless, San Antonio Mary Jean Mclntyre, Austin Kathleen Fenley Moore, Houston Marilyn Jean Moore, Texarkana Judith Anne Orson, Midland Jo Ella Powell, Bellaire Shirley Jane Price, Amarillo Suzanne Prince, La Feria Michelle Alice Puzin, Houston Sarah Ann Redfield, Austin Eden Ritter, Austin Frances Brandreth Ritter, Austin Cyndi Ann Robinson, Temple Sally Christine Seiders, Austin Carol Ann Shaffer, Houston Patty Spiars, Midland Marjorie Lee Stansfield, Galveston Nancy Elizabeth Stropeni, Texarkana Martha Roberta Sumners, Houston Lynette Taylor, Dallas Mary Perry Taylor, Austin Sandra Carol Thomas, Eagle Lake Carolyn Sue Thompson, Houston Dorothy Thompson, Amarillo Linda Suzanne Tixier, Houston Carolyn Jean Van Aken, Corpus Christ! Sally Elizabeth Waddill, Houston Opal Elizabeth Webb, Corpus Christi Juanita Ray Westerlage, La Marque Top Row: N. Koch, Kim , Mafrige, Mahoney, McCand- HM. Second Row: McGowan, Mclntyre, K. Moore, M. Moore, Moritz. Third Row: Muenzenberger, Myers, Orson, Peacock, Pittenger. Fourth Row: Powell, C. Price, S. Price, Prince, Puzin. Fifth Row: Redfield, Remy, E. Ritter, F. Ritter, Rogers. Sixth Row: Ross, Seiders, Shaffer, Slade, Smith. Se venth Row: Sorden, Spence, Spiars, Stansfield, Stro- peni. Eighth Row: Styron, Sumners, Swanson, Tajan, L. Tay- lor. Ninth Row: M. Taylor, Temple, Thomas, C. Thompson. Tenth Row: D. Thompson, Tixier, Van Aken, Waddill. Eleventh Row : Webb, West, Westerlage. Twelfth Row: I. White, Woodward, Youngblood. Page 187 CHI B fVflll k. - v - f 6 - CM With her colors of cardinal and straw and her flower, the white carnation, Chi Omega sorority became the first truly Greek organization in the South on April 5, 1895. From the University of Arkansas where Psi Chapter was established, Iota of Chi Omega came to the University campus May 31, 1904. Ranking high were the many honors and honorees in Chi Omega : Beth " Robertson, president of Mortar Board ; Janet Galeener, vice-president of Cap and Gown; Molly Pulver, vice-president of Orange Jackets; Sally Lehr, secretary of Spooks; Mary Gayle Weber, Head Cheerleader; Nancy Harrington, Freshman Cheerleader; Ann Mobley, Cowboy Sweetheart; Judy Peavy, secretary of Freshman CBA; a first place in the Aggie Sign contest, Sorority Division; and the National Achievement Award Project. OFFICERS Fall PATTI OLIVER President . . . BETTINA RIVES WILBANKS V ice-President . JUDITH KAY PEGUES Secretary . . , DOROTHEA FAUBION STRAUGHAN Treasurer . . , JANET LYN GALEENER Pledge Trainer Spring . . . DINA JOAN EITELMAN PATRICIA JEAN MCCLURE . . . . RUTH ANN ERSKINE . DOROTHY ANN MOBLEY . GENNY RODGERS FALL PLEDGES Sharon Lee Anderson, Dallas Tamara Stageberg Babin, Beaumont Susan Baggett, Austin Barbara Sue Bailey, Austin Dani Ellen Bailey, Weatherford Jan Bennett, Austin Bette Maxine Boyd, Corsicana Barbara Ann Brown, Dallas Nancy Jane Cain, Dallas Ann Frances Clark, Sweetwater Frances Annette Cochran, Lubbock Margie Shannon Collier, Mercedes Sara Sue Cool, Fort Worth Cynthia Lynn Dryden, Robstown Barbara Bea Fischer, Houston Patricia Gale Hackerman, Austin Margaret Ruth Hagood, Bellaire Jan Hannon, Fort Worth Nancy Kay Harrington, Longview Christine Ann Hatch, Austin Charlotte Head, Houston Gail Hocott, Houston Katie Anne Hodge, Fort Worth Meredith Peggy James, Bellaire Helen Jane Johnson, Victoria Cathy Anne Kolius, Houston Martha June Lanier, Houston Bonnie Crenshaw, Austin SPRING PLEDGES Bonnie Gay Uhr, New Braunfels Sally Anne Lehr, Bryan Tedra Jean Logan, San Angelo Melissa Mcllheran, Weslaco Jane Lauchlin McNeill, Dallas Carolyn Washburn Mehr, Houston Nellie Jane Ostler, Dallas Linda Jean Peal, Austin Judy Peavy, Garland Martha Jo Phillips, Harlingen Nancy Arlene Phillips, Tyler Helen Elizabeth Richards, Cuero Linda Lankford Robinson, McKinney Sharon Sue Rountree, San Angelo Roberta Ann Schiller, Bryan Corrisue Skinner, San Antonio Cameron Smith, Dallas Sheron Sue Smith, Austin Janet Elizabeth Stradinger, Bellaire Josephine Todd, Houston Agatha Welsh, Corpus Christi Sandra Jean Williams, Midland Janie Williamson, Bay City Susan Wilson, Midland Carol Sue Witt, Beaumont Lueron Young, Harlingen Marguerite Dean Young, San Antonio Trudy Hutchings, Houston Top Row: Abbott, Alexander, Alien, Anderson, Babin. Second Row: Baggett, B. Bailey, D. Bailey, Bann, Ban. Third Row: Becker, J. Bennett, J. C. Bennett, Boyd, B. Brown. Fourth Row: S. Brown, Cariker, Carpenter, Chappell, Child- ress. Fifth Row: Clark, Cochran, Cole, Collier, Cool. Sixth Row: Cyrus, Davidson, Davis, Disch, Drake. Seventh Rom: Dring, Dryden, Eidman, Eitelman, Elick. Eighth -Row: Erskine, Farmer, Fischer, Fiser, Forbes. Page 188 Ninth Row: Franklin, J. L. Galeener, J. A. Galeener, Gump, Hackerman. Tenth Row: Hagood, Hall, Hamilton, Hannon, Hardwick. Eleventh Row: Harrington, Harwood, Hasha, Hatch, Head. Twelfth Row: Hedge, Hobart, Hocott, Hodge, Holmes. Thirteenth Row: Hughes, Huston, James, Janecek, H. John- son. Fourteenth Row: K. Johnson, Kaufman, Keppler. Fi teenth Row: M. Klein, Kolius. 1 M CM CHI CHI Mary Elizabeth Abbott, Houston Helen Eugenia Alexander, Lubbock Joan Allen, Houston Judy Lee Allison, San Angelo Susan Frances Bann, Texarkana, Ark. Darby Ann Barr, Beaumont Charlotte Pauline Becker, Austin Judy Claire Bennett, San Antonio Veronica Frances Bohman, Cuero Sandra Lee Brown, Houston Mary Page Cariker, Beaumont Camille Carpenter, Dallas Caroline Chappell, Dallas Beverly Jean Childress, Beaumont Carol Ann Cole, Dallas Nancy Katherine Cyrus, Midland Betty Ann Davidson, Corsicana Georgi Elizabeth Davis, Dallas Elizabeth Ann Disch, Austin Mary Boehme Drake, San Angelo Susan Jean Dring, Dallas Rose Mary Eidman, Brownsville Dina Joan Eitelman, Austin Betty Susan Elick, Bellville Ruth Ann Erskine, Midland Martha Posey Farmer, Austin Mary Boiling Ferris, Austin Margaret Anne Fiser, San Antonio Jane Ann Fitzgerald, Irving Norma Lynn Forbes, Austin Carol Jean Franklin, Baytown Janet Lyn Galeener, Houston Judye Ann Galeener, Houston Carolyn Lee Goddard, Fort Worth MEMBERS Marilyn Virginia Gump, Dallas Jeanie Ellen Hall, Weatherford Marcia Jane Hamilton, Dallas Mary Ellen Hardwick, Odessa Lynn Elizabeth Harword, Dallas Helen Kay Hasha, Houston Gayle Seay Hedge, Dallas Margaret Susan Hobart, Dallas Carole Ann Holmes, Port Arthur Marcelle Houston, San Antonio Suzanne Jane Hughes, Brownsville Patty G. Huston, Houston Beryl Winter Hutchings, Hunt Sally Ann Janecek, San Antonio Kay Ann Johnson, Houston Karen Sue Kaufman, Beaumont Martha Joyce Keppler, San Antonio Judith Ann King, Austin Carolyn Brook Klein, Harlingen Martha Madelein Klein, Harlingen Martha L. Laird, Port Arthur Nina Ann Lambdin, Austin Carole Elliot Langdon, Houston Carol Mace Lee, Mineral Wells Sandra Paul Love, Dallas Jeanne Martinak, Dallas Jeanne Frances Maurer, Dallas Beverly Ruth Maxcy, Dallas Patricia Jean McClure, Dallas Sandra Kay McNutt, Rosenberg Mary Evelyn Merrill, Dallas Dorothy Ann Mobley, Kilgore Edna Moody Myrick, Houston Linda Kay Nesbit, Mesquite Renna Gail Norris, Houslon Patti Oliver, Bellaire Sandra Lee Parker, Dallas Judith Ann Payne, Dallas Judith Kay Pegues, Houston Penne Ann Percy, Waco Janet Ellen Perdue, Houston Mary Margaret Phillips, Harlingen Beverly Jane Prokop, Houston Mary Manson Pulver, Harlingen Laurie Kathleen Rayburn, Houston Janet Louise Rink, San Antonio Elizabeth Robertson, El Paso Genny Rodgers, Austin Nancy Susan Rogers, Fort Worth Betty Scott, Houston Jeanne Louise Sears, Dallas Carol Jean Shafer, Harlingen Katherine Marie Skinner, Houston Linda Ann Sleeper, Dallas Janice Marie Smith, San Antonio Roberta Smith, Dallas Isabel! Smither, Houston Nancy Jo Spears, Bowie Sandra Lynn Sprain, Abilene Patsy Jean Stampp, San Antonio Dorothea Faubion Straughan, San Antonio Judy Swann, Weslaco Helen Sandra Taylor, Midland Mary Dale Thomson, Midland Lou Ann Walker, Dallas Mary Gayle Weber, Cuero Bettina Rives Wilbanks, Fort Worth C. Jean Williams, Ballinger Murrell Suzanne Wood, Houston Top Rom: Laird, Lambdin, Langdon, Lanier, Lee. Second Row: Lehr, Logan, McClure, Mcllheran, McNeill. Third Row: Martinak, Maxcy, Mehr, Merrill, Mobley. Fourth Row: Myrick, Nesbit, Norris, Oliver, Older. Fifth Row: Parker, Payne, Peal, Peary, Pegues. Sixth Row: Percy, Perdue, M. ]. Phillips, M. M. Phillips, N. Phillips. Seventh Row: Prokop, Puller, Rayburn, Richards, Rink. Eighth Rota: Robertson, Robinson, Rodgers, Rogers, Roun- tree. Ninth Row: Schiller, Shafer, C. Skinner, K. Skinner, Sleep- er. Tenth Row: C. Smith, I. Smilh, R. Smith, S. Smith, Smither. Eleventh Row: Spears, Sprain, Stampp, Straughan, Strad- inger. Twelfth Row: Swann, Taylor, Thomson, Todd, Walker. Thirteenth Row: Weber, Welsh, Wilbanks, C. Williams, S. Williams. Fourteenth Row: Williamson, Wilson, Witt. Fifteenth Row: Wood, L. Young, M. Young. Page 189 DEW DEW DEW DEW DEW AAA DEW DEW DEW DEW Since 1912, when the colors of silver, gold, and blue first appeared on the campus of Texas, Delta Delta Delta has built a reputation of service and honor. Tri Delt is proud of the many stars in her crescent. Sue Stiles, most beautiful freshman; Suzanne Sorenson. freshman cheerleader; Diane Dodson. Orange Jacket; Susan Pound, Spooks, are among the individuals receiving honors this year. A first place in Sing Song, second place in scholarship, and the most comical Aggie sign this year are among the group honors. The Tri Delt pledge class gave a Christmas party at the State School and the active members had a party for the orphans. Each year a scholarship is given by the Tri Delts to a University student. OFFICERS Fall Spring SUZY CATHERINE HODGES President CHRISTY Jo BROWN DIANA LYNNE FOSTER V ice-President JUDY JEAN WHITE JUDY JEAN WHITE Recording Secretary . . . MARGARET ANNE RUDDER SALLY RUTH MILLS Corresponding Secretary CAROLYN CONNOR SUZAN NAPIER . . .Treasurer . . VIRGINIA ALLEN PLEDGES Nancy Ruth Archer, Brady Suzanne Calvert Barrett, Corpus Christi Sandra Ann Beesley, San Angelo Janis Ann Berly, Houston Harriet Burns Bonnet, San Antonio {Catherine Mary Bowers, Athens, Ga. Bette Lois Boyd, Austin Judith Gayle Bradley, Hereford Cynthia Louise Brantley, Port Arthur Gloria Ann Bridges, Baytown Penelope Brooks, Hillsboro Karen Anne Byrd, Port Arthur Sallie Sneed Carroll, Austin Carol Ann Clewis, Austin Carol Diane Colfry, Dallas Kathryn Corinne Collins, Bay City Paula Craig, Houston Marilyn Cunningham, Garland Linda Diane Decker, Dallas BUlie Janelle Easley, Corpus Christi Jessica Ellen Edwards, San Antonio Mary Lynn Finnell, Orange Mary Kathryn Fitzpatrick, Austin Mary Zuma Furrh, Elysian Fields Sue Harrington, Houston Jane Gardner Howe, Houston Margaret Anne Jones, Dallas Elizabeth Ann Kendall, Wichita Falls Joan Earle Lindgren, Waco Elva Lynne Mann, Baytown Susan Virginia McGee, Amarillo Amanda Ann McKinney, McKinney Mary Jeanne Merrill, Dickinson Nancy Ellen Meyer, Dallas Cazzie Madelyne Miller, Dallas Laurie Jean Morse, Lewisville Sheryl Jane Myers, Dallas Helen Kay Neeley, Dallas Susan Key Pound, Marshall Judith Ellen Rea, Lake Jackson Susan Marie Sames, San Angelo Robin Lea Sollars, Houston Suzanne Sorenson, College Station Sue Alyce Stiles, Schofield Banks, Hawaii Sherry Rae Strater, Houston Jan Thomsen, Amarillo Susan Lynn Wilson, Dallas Jamie Ann Wright, Houston Pat Wallis Wright, Abilene Sarah Belle Zeagler, Lufkin Top Row: Allen, Anderson, Andrews, Archer, Arnold. Second Row: Barrett, Bates, Bauscher, Beesley, Benn. Third Row: Berly, Blanton, Boehm, Bonnet, K. Bowers. Fourth Roto: S. Bowers, Boyd, Bradley, Brantley, Bridges. Fifth Row: Brooks, E. Brown, Buss, Byrd, Calkin. Sixth Row: Carroll, Cauthorn, Childs, Clewis, Coffman. Seventh Row: Colfry, F. Collins, K. Collins. Connor, Copeland. Page 190 Eighth Row: Craig, Culbertson, Cunningham, Davis, Day. Ninth Row: Decker, Dueger, Early, Easley, Finnell. Tenth Row: Finsterwald, Fisher, Fitzpatrick, Foster, Furrh. Eleventh Row: Greenwood, Hagood, Harbin, Harrington, Harrison. Twelfth Row: Hodge, Hodges, Hofheinz, Holdar. Thirteenth Row: Howe, N. Irwin, Jones, Jordan. Virginia Allen, Houston Ethelynn Dawn Anderson, Big Spring Nancy Ella Andrews, Graham Sara Mae Arnold, Tyler Mary Margaret Bates, Lufkin Margaret Jane Bauscher, Wichita Falls Sherry Virginia Benn, Midland Judith Blanton, Port Arthur Mary Margaret Boehm, Gonzales Sally Virginia Bowers, Athens, Ga. Barbara Ann Bowser, Dallas Christy Jo Brown, Amarillo Elizabeth Ella Brown, Port Arthur Barbara Burl, Fort Worth Mary Kathryn Buss, Austin Mary Elizabeth Calkin, San Angelo Alice Cauthorn, Del Rio Roxy Anne Childs, Abilene Jerrie Teel Christian, Dallas April Clover, Austin Carol Coffman, Austin Frances Byrd Collins, Waco Carolyn Co nnor, Daingerfield Colleen Copeland, Houston Nancy Culbertson, Houston Mary Ann Davis, Austin Ruth Elizabeth Day, Houston Sara Patricia Devine, Austin Diane Dodson, Dallas Mary Stuart Dueger, Baytown Helen Taber Early, Brownwood Jane Anita Finsterwald, San Antonio Susan Faith Fisher, Fort Worth Diana Lynne Foster, Dallas MEMBERS Caroline Gowdey, Dallas Janet Keeble Gowdey, Dallas Dorothea Janelle Greenwood, Austin Judith Hagood, Fort Worth Suzanne Harbin, Cuero Martha Ben Harrison, Austin Harriet Hart, Fort Worth Kay Henry, Nacogdoches Elisabeth Lee Hodge, San Antonio Suzy Catherine Hodges, Port Arthur Dene Hofheinz, Houston Linda Kay Holdar, Waco Nancy Rosselle Irwin, Dallas Sylvia Irwin, Austin Anita G. Jordan, Brady Martha Lucille Kenney, San Antonio Kay Nan Kocurek, Austin Kathryn Ann Krueger, Dallas Katheryn Sue Lewis, Dallas Betty Ellen Lowe, Waco Patsy Ann Lyle, Tyler Joyce Melvin Manford, Austin Patricia Ann Manley, Port Arthur Gwendolyn Virginia Mayfield, Austin Annice McCuIly, Arlington, Va. Judy Kay McGee, Hereford Sadie Lou McMurtry, Graham Judith Louise Meyer, Dallas Sally Ruth Mills, Houston Jenny Ann Moody, Del Rio Laurie Jean Muldoon, San Antonio Suzan Napier, Fort Worth Anne Lawton Nevitt, Sioux-Luke A. F. Base, Ariz. Kate Anne Oliver, Waco Catherine Emclia Olson, Houston Karen Kay Owens, Austin Terry Park, Houston Sara Jane Peters, Garland Harriet Ann Pfeiffer, Galveston Mary Jo Ponsford, El Paso Mary Idalee Raffaelli, Texarkana Betty Ann Ragle, Dallas Barbara A. Randies, McKinney Arden Reed, Houston Virginia Ann Robinson, Dallas Bonnie Elaine Rodgers, Fort Worth Marilyn Rouse, Austin Penny Lee Rudd, Waskom Margaret Anne Rudder, College Station Anne Shelby, Tyler Barbara Snyder, Baird Savanna Steves, Bay City Susie Stone, Dallas Janet Sue Taylor, Canyon Loraine Toler, San Antonio Norma Joyce Torp, Nacogdochea Ruth Munson Vaughan, Port Arthur Donna Laurie Vollmer, Mercedes Anne Lloyd Wheeler, Austin Judy Jean White, Midland Mary Frances Whittenburg, Amartllo Alice Anne Wilkinson, Houston Peggy Jo Wilkinson, Dallas June Margie Williams, Eldorado Nancy Louise Wilson, Houston Hetty Jean Wilver, Marshall Top Row: Kendall, Kenney, Kocurek, Krueger, Lewis. Second Row: Lindgren, Lowe, Lyle, Manley, Mann. Third Row: Mayfield, McCully, J. McCee, S. McCee, McKinney. Fourth Row: Merrill, J. Meyer, N. Meyer, Miller, Mills. Fifth Row: Moody, Morse, Napier, Neeley, Nevitt. Sixth Row: Oliver, Olsen, Owens, Park, Peters. Seventh Row: Pfeiffer, Pound, Ponsford, Raffaelli, Ragle. Eighth Row: Randies, Rea, Reed, Robinson, Rodgers. Ninth Row: Rouse, Rudd, Rudder, Sames, Shelby. Tenth Row: Snyder, Sollars, Sorenson. Stiles, Stone. Eleventh Row: Thomson, Torp, Wheeler, White, A. Wil- kinson. Twelfth Row: P. Wilkinson, Williams, N. Wilson, S. Wilson. Thirteenth Row: Wilver, J. Wright, P. Wright, Zeagler. Page 191 HB i S ii H - it " . f BPI ft A. Ik j A. .4 g With an anchor as their pin the Delta Gamma ' s set sail as a national sorority in 1873 from Lewis Institute in Mississippi. The DG ship arrived on the Texas campus in 1938. This past year has seen Martha Kitzmiller, Glenadine Russell, Lynn Rasche, and Susie Knapp tapped for dorm advisors. Tn several elections Delta Gamma ' s were the winners: secretary of the Sophomore Class in Pharmacy School, Janet Hunt; Poona Club president, Linda Rellahan; secretary of Freshman Council, Marion Holbrook; and Cactus Editor, Beckie Wood. For their service projects the D.G. ' s read to blind students, sponsor a foreign exchange student, and sponsor a student on the Foster Parents ' Plan. Fall brought an Honorable Mention Award in Sing-Song to Delta Gamma. OFFICERS Fall Spring LEE PAULA WAGGONER President MARTHA ANN HANSEN SUSAN ANN BURTON First V ice-President SUSAN ANN BURTON PAULA VIRGINIA NORMAN . . Second V ice-President FRANCES KAY COMBS JOAN GORDON Recording Secretary MARY LYNN TUCKER MAEDENE MAEDGEN . . Treasurer . .... SUSAN BROWN FALL PLEDGES Arlin Ann Alexander, Dallas Janice Ann Amaimo, Beaumont Linda Sue Armstrong, Dallas Carolyn Jean Bailey, Dallas Sheila Ann Barnett, Dallas Martha Ann Bauer, Fort Sam Houston Bette Ann Bengston, Austin Sharon Bennett, Houston Nancy Jean Craddock, Baytown Vicki Sue Cutbirth, Bellaire Denis Lynn Daly, Houston Jane Elizabeth Darphin, Dallas Elizabeth Ann Davis, Houston Kathryn Anne Dixon, Houston Alice Bettina Durrett, Greenville Melba Louise Evans, Houston Donna De Anne Garrett, Dallas Anne Elizabeth Gready, Corpus Christi Barbara Ann Gresham, Baytown Janette Hall, Kaufman Susan Jane Harris, Houston Linda Kay Hays, Dallas Sandra Hays, Dallas Paula Hodge, Baytown Marian Diane Holbrook, Dallas SPRING PLEDGES Marilyn Frances Schultz, Alexandria, La. Judy Lynn Huffaker, Greenville Pamela Raye Jamison, Houston Nancy Ruth Joor, Houston Carolyn Marie McDonald, Waco Ann Aloha McHale, Dallas Mary Musgrove, Houston Patricia Louise Myers, San Antonio Carolyn Nance, Dallas Diane Cecile Neely, Dallas Sheila James O ' Neill, San Antonio Olivia Anne Patten, Austin Kristin Ann Pauly, Paris Nancy Pohl, Austin Sylvia Raschke, Fort Worth Nancy Camille Raycraft, Houston Marcia Allen Roos, San Antonio Paula Neele Schwippel, Houston Myrna Kay Sprowl, San Antonio Margie Kathryn Taylor, San Marcos Peggy Ellen Underwood, Bowie Barbara Vernon, Dallas Elizabeth Ann Wood, Dallas Eva Kay Worrel, San Antonio Judy Gae Wynn, Austin Carol Ann Stubblefield, Dallas Patricia Jeanne Swahn, Richardson Top Row: Alessandra, Alexander. S. Anderson, Arm- strong, Bailey. Second Rota: S. J. Barnett, S. A. Barnett, Bauer, Bel- knap, Bengston. Third Row: Bennett, Benton, Blake, Bonin, Brannan. Fourth Roto: Breum, D. Brown, S. Brown, Burleson, Coggeshall. Fifth Row: Collerain, Combs, Craddock, Curlee, Cutbirth. Sixth Row: Daniel), Darphin, Davis, Deffebach, Dixon. Page 192 Seventh Rote: Durrett, Dusek, Echols, Ellison, Em- mert. Eighth Row: Esten, Farquhar, Finn, Garrett, Goode. Ninth Row: Gordon, Gresham, Griffin, Grossnickle, Hall. Tenth Row: Hansen, Harris, S. Hayes, Hodge, Holbrook. Eleventh Rote: Hospers, Huffaker, Hunt, Isely. Twelfth Row: Jamison, M. Johnson. Thirteenth Row: R. Johnson, Jones. Erin Marie Alessandra, Houston Merilee Joan Anderson, Baytown Sharon Anderson, Houston Betty Jo Andujar, Fort Worth Sandra Jean Barnett, Dallas Lorna Pearl Bell, San Angelo Carol Leigh Belknap, Fort Worth Carolyn Kathryn Benton, Fort Worth Mary Rebecca Blake, Corpus Christi Betsy Ann Bonin, Houston Patricia Eloice Brannan, Port Arthur Patty Ann Breum, Dallas Danna Gene Brown, Austin Susan Brown, Austin Penelope Burleson, Austin Susan Ann Burton, Arcadia, Calif. Judith Coggeshall, Dallas Mary Agnes Collerain, Houston Frances Kay Combs, Dallas Sara Jo Curlee, Sour Lake Deborah Daniels, San Antonio Mary Deffebach, Snyder Diane Audrey Dusek, Dallas Daryle Ann Echols, Houston Margaret Lucile Ellison, Killeen Susan Virginia Emmert, Houston Elizabeth Eriksen, San Antonio Martha Lugean Esten, College Station Nancy Elizabeth Farquhar, Sinton Virginia Finn, Houston Mary Elizabeth Girdner, Warren, Ark. MEMBERS Sara Phyllis Coode, College Station Joan Cordon, Houston Katherine Griffin, Bryan Zeta Lynn Grossnickle, Austin Martha Ann Hansen, Houston Ann Grace Hornsby, Dallas Gloria Horton, Garland Carol Elizabeth Hospers, Dallas Janet Claire Hunt, Baytown Janne Elizabeth Isely, Austin Mary Helen Johnson, San Antonio Rosemary Price Johnson, Corpus Christi Martha Lynne Jones, Baytown Loulynn Kelly, Houston Nancy Benedict Kelly, Austin Jere Ann Kitzmiller, Deer Park Martha Lee Kitzmiller, Deer Park Nancy Ann Kleir, Houston Helen Lorraine Klipple, College Station Suzanne Knapp, Bakersfield, Calif. Riki Krezdorn, Austin Betty Jane Kuykendall, Dallas Andrea Loustaunau, Cos Cob, Conn. Maedene Maedgen, Mathis Dianne Miller, Houston Theo Minturn, Houston Laura Anne Moore, San Antonio Karen Lee Morgan, Abilene Philena Jane Morton, Austin Sue Frances Mueck, Lockhart Paula Virginia Norman, Fort Worth Susan Clare O ' Neill, San Antonio Frances Lou Parks, Houston Patsy Kay Perkins, Jacksboro Barbara Kylene Perry, Beaumont Carolyn Porter, Dickinson Mary Beth Price, Dallas Lynne Marie Raschke, Fort Worth Barbara Anne Reese, Austin Linda Margaret Rellahan, Dallas Barbara Rae Renfro, Fort Worth Glenadine Russell, Kilgore Emrys Ann Ryder, Austin Ginger Bailey Schutze, Freeport Julianne Seifert, Weimar Marcia Ann Simpson, Irving Barbara Ann Skinner, Dallas Susan Smith, Houston Carol Levon Strom, Snyder Barbara Ann Taylor, Beaumont Mary Lynn Tucker, Austin Joan Gayle Vance, Houston Lee Paula Waggoner, Deer Park Mary Ellis Walker, Grand Prairie Barbara Watts, Austin Pamela Ruth Weathers, Houston Kathryn Leroyce Westoff, Edna Suzanne Wiseman, San Antonio Rebecca Annette Wood, Atlanta Carolyn Youens, Columbua Betty Lou Zazvorka, Corpus Christi Top Row: Joor, L. Kelly, N. Kelly, J. Kitzmiller, M. Kitzmiller. Second Row; Kleir, Klipple, Knapp, Loustaunau, Maed- gen. Third Row: McDonald, McHale, Morgan, Morton, Mus- grove. Fourth Row: Myers, Nance, Neely, Norman, S. J. O NeUl. Fifth Row: Parks, Patten, Pauly, Perry, Pohl. Sixth Row: Price, L. Rasrhke, S. Raschke, Raycraft, Reese. Seventh Row: Rellahan, Rons, Russell, Ryder, Schwippel. Eighth Row: Seifert, Simpson, Skinner, Smith, S prowl. Ninth Row: Strom, B. Taylor, M. Taylor, Tucker, Un- derwood. Tenth Row: Vance, Waggoner, Walker, Watts, Weathers. Eleventh Row: Wiseman, E. Wood, R. Wood, Worrel. Twelfth Row: Wynn, Youens. Thirteenth Row: Zazvorka, Joyce Frances Z wager. Page 193 DEW Wf EFSfLON DEUA Wl A DE DEW Wf EPSfLON Delta Phi ' Epsilon was nationally founded at New York University in 1907. The purple and gold colors were seen on this campus beginning in 1934. Outstanding individuals in DPhiE this year were dormitory upper-class advisors, Sherry Roth and Bettye Anna Spainger; freshman cheerleader and Spook, Rita Fagelman. Espe- cially active on campus this year and bringing recognition to DPhiE were Orange Jackets Muff Singer, also a Freshman Council Coordinator and recipient of the Spirit of Spooks Award; and Cynthia Miller, secretary of Panhellenic Council and a member of Pi Sigma Alpha. The members of DPhiE combined talents and time in their project dedicated to cystic fibrosis. OFFICERS Fall Spring DORIS JULINE KATZ President CHARNA ETTA BULBA ANNETTE FETTER Vice-President SANDRA FA YE LUSKY CHARNA ETTA BULBA Treasurer BEVERLY ANN ABRAMSON CAROLE YETTA SADOVNICK .... Pledge Trainer MAIDA SINGER PHYLLIS RUTH SCHWARTZ Rush Captain DAVELEY DUBROW PLEDGES Barbara Gail Abelman, Beaumont Lois Ilene Bell, Waco Alexis Joan Brown, San Antonio Joyce Helen Coben, San Antonio Betty Lou Epstein, San Antonio Rita Jay Fagelman, El Paso Carol Farbman, Flushing, N. Y. Fillis Carol Framer, Galveston Roberta Frankfort, Houston Linda Joy Friedman, Los Angeles, Calif. Renee Sharron Gerber, Fort Worth Rosalyn Gold, Fort Worth Gail Rita Halpern, San Antonio Harriet Halpern, San Antonio Pat Kahn, El Paso Rita Kaplan, Houston Cassie Larsen, Houston Beverly Leah Lusky, Houston Michele Ray Massin, Houston Barbara Mayerson, Corpus Christi Margaret Patricia Myers, San Antonio Sharon Ann Plantowsky, Galveston Sharon Rubin, Dallas Charlene Smith, Austin Barbara Stern, Houston Top Row: Abelman, Bell, Brooks. Second Row: Brown, Bulba, Chapman. Third Row: Cooper, Dochen, Dubrow. Fourth Row: Epstein, Fagelman, Feingold. Fifth Row: Feinstein, Fetter, Framer. Page 194 Si rt Row: Frankfort, L. Friedman, H. Friedman. Seventh Row: Gerick, Gold, Goldfield. Eighth Row: G. Halpern, H. Halpern, Horwitz. Ninth Row: Kahn, Kaplan, Karchmer. PWf EPSfLON DEW PRf Beverly Ann Abramson, Dallas Phyllis Anita Brooks, Corpus Christi Charna Etta Bulba, Galveston Judith Chapman, Shreveport, La. Tanis Ellyn Cooper, Dallas Betty Sue Dochen, Austin Daveley Dubrow, Houston Arlene Carol Elster, Port Arthur Pearl Feingold, San Antonio Terry Joan Feinstein, Houston Annette Fetter, Waco Harriet Ray Friedman, Houston Harriet Rae Gerick, Hillsboro Harriet Sue Goldfield, Baytown Susan Greene, Miami Beach, Fla. Marilyn Nadine Gutterman, Dallas Ester Annette Horwitz, Beaumont Linda Nell Hyman, San Antonio Kerry Ellen Karchmer, Houston Doris Juline Katz, Galveston Ina Rae Klein, Houston Top Row: Kitz, Klein, Kranz. Second Row: Labovitz, Larsen, B. Lusky. Third Row: S. Lusky, Masinter, Massin. Fourth Row: Mayerson, Miller, Morchower. Fifth Row: Myers, Plantowsky, Raden. MEMBERS Michele Kranz, Dallas Brenda Diane Labovitz, Fort Worth Dana Ester Levine, Houston Sandra Faye Lusky, Houston Shirley Ann Masinter, Dallas Cynthia Mae Miller, Waco Diane Gail Morchower, Dallas Beth Louise Raden, Dallas Sharon Beverly Roth, Houston Carole Yetta Sadovnick, Odessa Karen Sue Schneider, Dallas Karen Schwade, Dallas Phyllis Ruth Schwartz, Galveston Merle Nita Silverstein, Houston Helene Alise Simon, Corpus Christi Maida Singer, Fort Worth Bettye Anna Springer, El Paso Marna Susan Tucker, Houston Lois Abbey Wainer, McAllen Carole Weber, Mobile, Ala. Sixth Row: Roth, Rubin, Schneider. Seventh Row: Silverstein, Simon, Singer. Eighth Row: Smith, Springer, Stern. Ninth Row : Tucker, Wainer, Weber. Page 195 DEW aw AZ Brightly shining, the DZ lamp shone on its largest chapter, lighting the way to second place in Sing Song, the Panhellenic award to the sorority with the most im- proved scholarship, and selection as the outstanding DZ chapter in Texas. The flame burned brighter, still, for individual DZ members as Karen Parker and Mary Vir- ginia Schultz were elected to the Student Assembly, Donna Nelson served as As- sociate Editor of the Cactus, Carolyn Tull took office as secretary of Panhellenic, and Deanna Alleman presided over Gamma Alpha Chi. In Angel Flight were Scheme Watson, Sandy Wilcox, Kay Solomon, and Donna Nelson. DZ Cordettes were Charlene Beardsly, Ranger Sponsor, and Sharon Beckly. Tapping time re- sulted in three new Spooks; Karen Kelly, Gregg Shafer, and Janet Brown. OFFICERS Fall Spring MARY ELIZABETH SOUTHERLAND President JUDITH MARIE DAVIS DONNA SUE NELSON First Vice-President . . . NANCY KATE RENFRO KAY ANDREA COLEMAN Second V ice-President. SCHERRIE LEE WATSON CAROL ANN SANDERS Recording Secretary JENEAN HILL DOROTHY JEAN FAMBROUGH . . . Corresponding Secretary KAREN FOGG FALL PLEDGES Cheryl Ruth Albers, Houston Charline Ann Beardsley, Austin Elizabeth Anne Bloomquist, Beaumont Merilyn Kay Bodden, Port Arthur Jodi Boyle, Dallas Janet Barrett Brown, San Antonio Bonnie Ruth Buckellew, Temple Barbara Ann Burke, Freeport Mary Beth Burnside, Baytown Nona Jean Conroy, Dallas Patricia Diane Cornelius, Houston Sandra Lee Dixon, Austin Judith Gayle Downing, Bossier City, La. Mary Ann Duke, Temple Mary Louise Everett, Beeville Jerilynn Ann Fister, Dallas Donna Lee Florer, Dallas Carole Dee Foster, Houston Nancy Richter Fowler, Austin Mary Lee Freeman, Seminole Wanda Loyce Gann, Waco Sharon Lee Goodwin, Corpus Christi Ladonna Lois Hammett, Austin Susan Neal Harvick, Austin Pamela Jane Heath, Dallas Mary Sydnor Hodgin, Upperville, Va. Jo Lynne Hopkins, Fort Worth Sarah Jane Hubert, Fort Worth Shirley Ann Jenkins, Hankamer Karen Ann Kelly, Midland Diane Chloe Kelty, San Antonio Martha Louise Lamm, Krum Connie Jo Lankard, Bay City Carol Ann Massengale, Austin Lana Jo Massey, Teague Nancy Ruth Maurer, Shreveport, La. Georgia Lee Monroe, Fort Worth Sharon Joyce Muth, Houston Timothy Ann O ' Sullivan, Pasadena Carolyn Riba, Austin Sunell Rogers, Sulphur Springs Sheila Jane Ross, Lake Jackson Margaret Scriven, San Antonio Gregg Elaine Shafer, Dallas Charlotte Ann Smith, Sulphur Springs Mary Ellen Tampke, Austin Robin Elizabeth Vair, Houston Patricia Van Dorfy, Houston JoAnn Marie Walter, Bellaire Kathey Jean Yousko, Houston Jan Kathleen Adrian, Houston Dorothy Deann Dow, Seminole SPRING PLEDGES Sandra Sue Keeney, Dallas Linda Lee Rogers, Victoria Marilyn Ann White, San Angelo Top Row: Adams, Albers, Albrecht, Alleman, Banks. Second Row: Bannister, Beardsley, Becker, Beckley, Bena- videa. Third Row: Bethel, Biggs, Bird, Bloomqtiist, Bobb. Fourth Row: Bodden, Boyle, Brewer, Bridges, Brown. Fifth Row: Bruchmiller, Bryan, Buckellew, Burke, Burn- side. Sixth Row: Caldwell, Chadd, Coleman, Conroy, Cornelius. Seventh Row: David, Davis, Dixon, Downing, Drake. Page 196 Eighth Row: Duckett, Duke, Eaton, Everett, Fambrough. Ninth Row: Fehmer, Finley, Fister, Florer, Fogg. Tenth Row: Foster, Fowler, Freeman, Fritz, Fuller. Eleventh Row: Gann, Gayle, Gilbert, Goodwin, Hage mann. Twelfth Row: Hammett, Hardy, Harper, Harvick, Heath. Thirteenth Row: Heffington, Hill, Hodgin, Holt. Fourteenth Row: Hopkins, Hubert, Janssen. 1 1 MEMBERS Carol Louise Adams, Dallas Mary Ann Albrecht, Robstown Deanna Alleman, Baytown Julia Anna Banks, Houston Zara Rayburn Bannister, San Antonio Elizabeth Alice Becker, Austin Sharon Beckley, Austin Elinore Ferol Benavides, San Antonio Judith Ann Bethel, Odessa Sara Elizabeth Biggs, Austin Betty Sue Bird, West Columbia Betty Cecile Bobb, Houston Patricia Elizabeth Brewer, Austin Carol Ray Bridges, Belton H. Arlene Bruchmiller, Goliad Judith Lynn Bryan, Austin Betty Jane Caldwell, Austin Marilyn Kaye Chadd, Big Spring Kay Andrea Coleman, Austin Mavis Lyle David, Waco Judith Marie Davis, Fort Worth Susan Rivers Drake, Austin Faye Duckett, El Campo Emily Jane Eaton, Dallas Dorothy Jean Fambrough, Houston Marie Frieda Fehmer, Dallas Sharon Marie Finley, Corpus Christi Karen Fogg, Baton Rouge, La. Janet Laverne Fritz, Bishop Loyce Jeannine Fuller, Lampasas Janice Alma Gayle, Angleton Betty Clare Gilbert, Houston Susan Lynn Grant, Fort Worth Betty Hagemann, La Grange Carole Elizabeth Hardy, Houston Norma Sue Harper, Houston Ann Reed Heffington, Austin Jenean Hill, Houston Anita Louise Holt, Spearman Amelia Mary Janssen, La Grange Carole Elaine Jones, Houston Nancy Carolyn Jones, Houston Joan Elaine Kainer, El Campo Top Row: Jenkins, C. Jones, N. Jones, Kainer, Kelly. Second Row: Kelty, Kunkel, Lambert, Lamm, Lancaster. Third Row: Lankard, Lee, Lesikar. Little, Loughmiller. Fourth Row: Lovelady, Massengale, B. Massey, L. Massey, Mauk. Fifth Row: Maurer, McDaniel, Monroe, Morrow, Muth. Sixth Row: Nelson, North, Parker, Perkins, Price. Seventh Row: Pugh, Ramsey, Renfro. Reynolds. Riba. Eighth Row: Rix, Robertson, S. Rogers, Ross, Rowland. Barbara Jean Kunkel, Stamford, Conn. Carol Maxine Lambert, Corpus Christi Anne Lancaster, Corpus Christi Janie M. Lee, Port Arthur Patricia Ann Lesikar, Bay City Katherine Kayrl Little, San Antonio Joan LaNelle Loughmiller, Dallas Vickie Lois Lovelady, Temple Mildred Corine McDaniel, Houston Barbara Ann Massey, Houston Suzanne Mauk, Houston Kay Lynn Morrow, Baytown Donna Sue Nelson, Brownfield Linda North, Austin Karen Sue Parker, Hale Center Judy Lynn Perkins, Liberty Stephanie Lynne Price, Houston Nancy Carolyn Pugh, Austin Rosemary Ramsey, Temple Nancy Kate Renfro, Bay City Rebecca Ann Reynolds, Hillsboro, Ore. Sara Elizabeth Rix, Beaumont Susan V. Robertson, La Grange Dasa Lee Rowland, San Antonio Elizabeth Carolyn Rude, Austin Carol Ann Sanders, Houston Judith Ann Sanner, Houston Carolyn Schroeter, Austin Mary Virginia Schulz, Three Rivers Sandra Louise Simmer, Houston Melinda Ann Smith, Lake Jackson Kay Carlton Solomon, Marshall Mary Elizabeth Southerland, Sulphur Springs Sandra Ann Sporn, Houston Carol Jane Stouder, Anahuac Kenna Janelle Stowell, Houston JoAnn Thompson, Pampa Marilyn Elayne Trubenbach, Dallas Carolyn Anne Tull, Houston Mary Virginia Van Fleet, Fort Worth Scheme Lee Watson, Dallas Mary Alta White, Houston Sandra Sue Wilcox, LaMarque Ninth Row: Rude, Sanders, Sanner, Schroeter, Schulz. Tenth Row: Scriven, Shafer, Simmer, C. Smith, M. Smith. Eleventh Row: Solomon, Southerland, Sporn, Stouder, Stowell. Twelfth Row: Tampke, Thompson, Trubenbach, Tull, Vair. Thirteenth Row: Van Dorfy, Van Fleet, Waller, Watson. Fourteenth Row: Mary White, Wilcox, Yousko. Page 197 2Jl r t B PWf The brown and mode were first seen in 1922 at U.T. when the Alpha Zeta chapter of Gamma Phi Beta was established. With both beauties and scholars, Gamma Phi has two Phi Beta Kappas, Mary Ruth Magruder and Sally Rundquist; and Frances Anne Jones and Susan Murrell were named to Cordettes. Gamma Phi Orange Jackets active in student government were Barbara Tosch, elected Secretary of the Students ' Association; and Vicke Caldwell, elected an Arts and Sciences assemblyman. Selected as one of the outstanding Freshman Council members was Kathey Hud- kins. Collecting food, clothes, and toys for a needy family and furnishing them with a Christmas tree was the Gamma Phi fall project. Fall BETTYE SUE SWALES DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL BARBARA NELL FOUNTAIN . . MARY RUTH MAGRUDER FAYE FLORANCE MARY BARBARA MCFARLAND OFFICERS Spring President CANDIDA KAY BERRY . . First V ice-President . . MARY KATHLEEN WEAVER . .Second V ice-President CAROLIE ANN BAITY . . Recording, Secretary BARBARA JEAN TOSCH Corresponding Secretary MARTHA TIPPS . . Treasurer . . ADA Lou HARTMAN FALL PLEDGES Mary Luada Barnhart, Corpus Christi Gladys Joanne Blakeslee, Austin Brenda Jo Bogan, Austin Carolyn Ruth Bone, Texarkana Beverly Anne Bowers, Dallas Martha Sue Brown, Little Rock, Ark. Barbara Lucile Campbell, Corpus Christi Betty Lillian Campbell, Corpus Christi Carol Lou Carlson, Fort Worth Paula Myrle Carter, Beckville Christina Ann Clendening, Corpus Christi Diane Cohen, Wichita Falls Martha Anne Dillard, Dallas Carol Diane Douglass, Dallas Judith Kaye Duncan, Rusk Mary Lynne Durham, Lake Jackson Carol Eugenia Earl, El Campo Sandra Michealle Evola, Houston Mary Kathryn Flavin, Houston Gwendolyn Jean Fletcher, Garland Jan Carol Freasier, Sherman Frances Marjory Gerlach, Livingston Linda Kay Gilbert, Corpus Christi Barbara Dianne Harris, Pasadena Darla Jean Hartman, Corpus Christi Nancy Ann Hartman, Victoria SPRING PLEDGES Ruth Ann Lauzon, Angleton Sylvia Ann Haynes, Wichita Falls Patricia Ann Hewitt, Houston Suanna Hinrichs, Houston Mary Kathleen Hudkins, Dallas Susan Ann Jewett, Austin Bonita Jo Johnson, Austin Anne Meade Kremer, Dallas Judith Ann Line, El Campo Sandra Jean Marcom, Dallas Mary Gail McDaniel, Harlingen Amy Lynn Mclnnis, Sweeny Laura Clegg Monkhouse, Houston Sandra Lee Moran, Dallas Ann Morgan, Lake Jackson Joan Parker, Houston Diane Elizabeth Prince, Nacogdoches Carolyn Leigh Proudfit, Houston Merla Lew Riddle, Mt. Pleasant Janet J. Scott, Houston Michael Shelton, Tulia Sharon Elaine Shelton, Wichita FalL ' Linda Elise Sherrill, Dallas Andrea Lee Shuey, Dallas Ruth Marie Sillin, Pasadena Sharon Anne Waite, McAllen Joan Marie Schilo, San Antonio Top Row: Allman, Anderson, Ayers, Baity, Barnebey. Second Row: Barnhart, Bennett, Blakeslee, Btazek, Bogan. Third Row: Bone, Bowers, Brewton, J. W. Brown, J. R. Brown. Fourth Row: M. Brown, Burgess, Caldwell, Barbara Campbell, Betty Campbell. Fifth Row: S. Campbell, Carl, Carlson, Carrier, M. Carter. Sixth Row: P. Carter, Clendening, Cohen, Copeland, Cowan. Page 198 Seventh Row: Cunningham, Dennard, M. A. Dillard, M. S. Dillard, Douglass. Eighth Row: Duncan, Durham, Earl, Flavin, Fletcher. Ninth Row: Florance, Frank, Freasier, Freeman. Tenth Row: Gatewood, Gerlach, Gilbert, Harris. Eleventh Row: A. Hartman, D. Hartman, Hewitt. Twel lh Row: Hinrichs, Howell. MEMBERS Nanci Shannon Allison, Kerrville Linda Anya Allman, Dallas Sandra Gayle Anderson, Austin Linda Lorene Ayers, Dallas Carolie Ann Baity, Garland Linda Lee Barnebey, San Antonio Judith Ann Bennett, Dallas Candida Kay Berry, Tulsa, Okla. Mary Joann Blazek, Liberty Margaret Anne Brady, Dallas Mary Brooks Brewton, Hunt Jeanne Wray Brown, Fort Sam Houston Judy Rebecca Brown, Dallas Carolyn Lois Burgess, Nacogdoches Victoria Bush Caldwell, Houston Susan Lee Campbell, Houston Nola Mai Carl, New Braunfels Carolyn Carpenter, Farmersville Linda Lee Carrier, Houston Margaret Diane Carter, Jal, N. Mex. Annie Laurie Copeland, San Antonio Patricia Dean Couch, Houston Carol Marie Cowan, Houston Joan Virginia Grouse, Mandan, N. Dak. Judy Glen Cunningham, Houston Betty Ann Dennard, Houston Mary Susan Dillard, Dallas Faye Florance, Houston Barbara Nell Fountain, Dallas Victoria Elizabeth Frank, Houston Carol Ann Freeman, Dallas Sarah Virginia Gatewood, Garland Elizabeth Ann Hargrove, Dallas Ada Lou Hartman, Corpus Christi Deborah Carolyn Howell, San Antonio Frances Anne Jones, Nacogdoches Freda Janelle Jones, Austin Betty Lou Koenig, Houston Sandra Lee Lawrence, Houston Jane Ann Leach, Pasadena Jeanne Lee, Patrick AFB, Fla. Pauline Christine Lucia, Houston Mary Ruth Magruder, Houston Marion Martin, Dallas Barbara Jane Mathews, Austin Sue Janice Mathis, Sour Lake Ellen Jeanne McCaughan, Corpus Christi Nancy Lynne McDonald, San Antonio Mary Barbara McFarland, Amarillo Beverly Ann McLarty, Dallas Michael Allison Mizell, Texarkana Jeri Lynn Mooney, Marshall Maureen Vera Mooney, Dallas Susan Zemma Murrell, Houston Sandra Jane Pinkerton, Brownsville Anita Louise Preston, San Antonio Joyce Ann Rhodenbaugh, Beaumont Barbara Gene Roberts, Austin Judy Carolyn Roemer, Port Lavaca Darlene Ann Rollins, San Antonio Sally Christine Rundquist, Houston Sandra Hope Sabean, Dallas Marilyn Margaret Savage, Dallas Anne Schoeneck, Dallas Joyce Claire Schuhmacher, Austin Patsy Jo Schuhmacher, Austin Cynthia Lee Shoptaw, Dallas Julie Francine Sorrell, Austin Mary Cornelia Spinks, Houston Linda Jean Stallones, Dallas Julia Ann Steed, Dallas Sharon Stolz, Dallas Judy Anne Stringer, Houston- Carmen Maureen Studdert, Houston Bettye Sue Swales, San Antonio Martha Tipps, Wichita Falls Barbara Jean Tosch, Bonham Elizabeth Evelyn Towles, Houston Jean Townsend, Dallas Ann Tucker, Austin Judy Tucker, Austin Sarah Janice Upchurch, Corpus Christi Jane Ramsey Voight, Houston Penney Lee Walters, Houston Mary Kathleen Weaver, Mobile, Ala. Dorothy Helen Wierth, Lockhart Elaine Lee Williams, Fort Campbell, Ky. Top Row: Hudkins, Jewell, F. A. Jones, F. J. Jone , Koening. Second Roio: Lawrence, Leach, Line, Lucia, Marcom. Third Row: Martin, Mathews, Magruder, McCaughan, McDaniel. Fourth Row: McDonald, McLarty, Mizell, Monkhouse, Moran. Filth Row: Morgan, Murrell, Parker, Pinkerton, Pres- ton. Sixth Row: Prince, Riddle, Roemer, Rundquist, Sabean. Seventh Row: Savage, Schoeneck, P. Schuhmacher, Scott, M. Shelton. Eighth Row: Sherrill, Sillin, Sorrell, Stallones, Studdert. Ninth Row: Swales, Tipps, Tosch, Towles. Tenth Row: Townsend, A. Tucker, J. Tucker, Upchurch. Eleventh Row: Voight, Walters, Weaver. Twelfth Row: Wierth, Williams. Page 199 KAPPA AUW TRW KA0 Black and gold kites can be seen against a blue spring sky when it is Kite Flying Day at Kappa Alpha Theta. Since the local founding in 1904 many honors have come to Theta. This year Theta received an honorable mention in Sing Song, and the Theta Octet took first place in the All Campus Talent Show. Representing Theta in campus service organizations were Orange Jackets Susan Ford, Patsy Smith, Glee Ingram, and Olivia Ford; in Spooks were Peggy Foran, Ann Knicker- bocker, and Ethel Wiley. Susan Ford, also, served as an Arts and Sciences assembly- man, secretary of the YWCA, and was a Junior Fellow. Theta projects are con- nected with the Institute of Logopedics at Wichita, Kansas. OFFICERS Fall Spring CHARLENE MELDEN President .... ANN BRYANT KNICKERBOCKER EVALYN ANTOINETTE BICKNELL . V ice-President ALICE OLIVIA FORD DEANNA DORCHESTER Corresponding Secretary DEANNA DORCHESTER LENITA KAY DAVIS Recording Secretary. LYDIA BLAIR MARY LINDA LEWIS . ..Treasurer . . NANCY PORTWOOD MONDAY FALL PLEDGES Susan Gare Atkinson, Houston Ethel Jane Austin, Frankston Betty Jacquelyn Baggett, Fort Worth Caroline Susan Baker, Corpus Christ: Carroll Ann Baker, Edinburg Betty Bivens, Longview Ellen Marshall Boddy, Henrietta Emily Bryant Browning, San Antonio Elizabeth Lee Creveling, Corpus Christi Lynn Denman, Houston Dianne Edgar Dillon, St. Louis, Mo. Amelia Forman Floeter, Houston Judith Daon Floeter, Houston Margaret Ellen Foran, Corpus Christi Patricia Anne Ford, San Antonio Karen Irene Hancock, El Campo Constance Ann Harris, Houston Nancy Jean Hermann, Taylor Joan Marie Elizabeth Jacomini, Houston Ann Thornton Joseph, Austin Mabel Joy Kokernot, Victoria Jenny Lou Lewis, Longview Tracy Lynn Lewis, Amarillo Jean Bigham Lykes, Houston Lula Belle Maddox, Palacios Patricia Ann Martin, Laredo Susan Diane Maxson, Llano Linda Mae Millspaugh, Ozona Sally Tucker Nelson, Wichita Falls Dorothy Amlar Newton, Houston Mary Taliaferro Paddock, Fort Worth Linda Ann Patterson, Houston Mary Patricia Perry, Houston Carla Dies Robinson, Austin Sally Jane Schley, Dallas Celia Ann Scott, Fort Worth Susan Deranda Shaw, Amarillo Susan Stewart Stebbins, Virginia Beach, Va. Lida Picton Suttles, Houston Mary Annette Vessels, Denver, Colo. Alice Rebekah Wilcox, Dallas Diane Ford Wommack, Austin SPRING PLEDGES Jo Ann Bland, Austin Barbara Durst, Fort Worth Judy Gutches, Fort Worth Virginia Hull McKimmon, Dallas Judith Ann Rager, Dallas Betty Ruth Wallace, San Antonio Top Row: Adams, Alexander, Atkinson, Attwell, E. Austin. Second Row: Baggett, Bailey, C. S. Baker, C. A. Baker, Bicknell. Third Row: Bivens, Boddy, E. Browning, J. Browning, Butcher. Fourth Row: Carpenter, Cherry, Clark, Cochran, Cole. Fifth Row: Cook, Coopwood, Creveling, Davis, Davol. Page 200 Sixth Row: Denman, Dorchester, Dyke, Elkins, Flaitz. Seventh Row: A. Floeter, J. Floeter, A. Ford, P. Ford, S. Ford. Eighth Row: Fuller, Hancock, Hansen, Harris, Hazlewood. Ninth Row: Hermann, Ingram, Johnson, Joseph, Kern. Tenth Row: Knapp, Knickerbocker, M. J. Kokernot. Eleventh Row: M. Kokernot, LaRue. Twelfth Row: J. Lewis. Judith Arvin Adams, Beaumont Lynn Ann Alexander, Dallas Judith Ann Anderson, Houston Emily Van Zandt Attwell, Houston Judy Austin, Dallas Martha Grace Bailey, San Antonio Evalyn Antoinette Bicknell, Dallas Lydia Blair, Houston Kay Campbell Bonner, Abilene Elizabeth McCutcheon Breath, Corpus Christi Joan Whitelaw Browning, San Antonio Clara Lou Butcher, Midland Emily Elizabeth Byars, Tyler Judith Camp, Pecos Glenda Frances Carlson, Dallas Mary Kay Carothers, Sulphur Springs Shawn Adele Carpenter, Corpus Christi Rosemary Cherry, Lubbock Elizabeth Sanford Clark, San Antonio Nancy Carolyn Cochran, Lubbock Nancy Kay Cole, Houston Patricia Gail Cook, Waco Kate Ellis Coopwood, Lockhart Lenita Kay Davis, Corpus Christi Elisabeth Hayes Davol, Austin Deanna Dorchester, Marble Falls Shannon Emily Dyke, Marshall Elizabeth Ellen Elkins, Dallas Susan Barkley Ferguson, Houston Jane Flaitz, Houston Alice Olivia Ford, San Antonio Susan Chappell Ford, Lubbock Frann Fuller, Beaumont MEMBERS Carroll Clare Gordon, Houston Mary Allen Hansen, Navasota Cordelia Carol Harrington, Austin Orra Christine Hartfelder, Dallas Susan Phillips Hatchett, Houston Julianne Ha lewood, Fort Worth Carol Glee Ingram, Midland Virginia Marie Jensen, San Antonio Cynthia Louise Johnson, Fort Worth Carolyn Alexandria Kern, McAllen Lynda Knapp, Houston Ann Bryant Knickerbocker, Houston Martha Gay Kokernot, Victoria Perry Ellen La Rue, Corpus Christ! Linda Katheryn Lee, Dallas Mary Linda Lewis, Dallas Lynne Millett Lowry, Austin Alice Ann Lynch, Houston Mary Lou McDaniel, Austin Dorothy Cheville Mazur, Port Arthur Charlene Melden, Edinburg Diana Janet Millwee, Dallas Barbara Edith Molsen, Dallas Nancy Portwood Monday, Houston Merrie Carol Muir, San Antonio Kate Wyatt Myer, Houston Nancy Jane Nelson, Wichita Falla Gretchen Dowling Neuhoff, Dallas Cynthia Beach Newton, San Antonio Mary Ann Noll, Falfurrias Branch Louise Northrup, Austin Winifred Katherine Otis, Waco Day Padgitt, San Antonio Charlotte Jean Peay, Midland Mary Jane Pratscher, Houston Rebecca Anne Ransdell, Dallas Wanda Louise Roark, Nacogdoches Judith Ann Roberts, Sherman Sandra Ann Robinson, Plainview Chloe M. Rugeley, Bay City Sara Ann Sanborn, McAllen Elizabeth Pringle Shigley, Lake Jackson Mary Monroe Shigley, Lake Jackson Sue Virginia Siddons, Fort Worth Cecelia Ann Small, Austin Patricia Jane Smith, Houston Linda Jane Snow, Laredo Toby K ay Stall, Fort Worth Myra Anne Stanley, Amarillo Linda Wheat Steinhauser, Austin Anabel Stelfox, Houston Margaret Cathcart Stone, Amarillo Joanne Mary Sweet, Houston Susan Richardson Syers, Ingram Martha Ann Taylor, Fort Worth Carolyn Elayne Terry, Dallas Edna Frances Terry, Dallas Mary Helen Thomas, Austin Bette Barton Vaughn, Tyler Mary Ware, Corpus Christi Kathryn Penelope Warren, Wichita Falls Rosemary Whiteside, Lubbock Edith Jackson Whitridge, Houston Ethel Lowdon Wiley, Fort Worth Catherine Womack, Houston Top Row: M. Lewis, T. Lewis, Lykes, Maddox, Martin. Second Row; Maxson, McDaniel, Melden, Millspaugh, Millwee. Third Row: Molsen, Monday, Muir, Myer, N. Nelson. Fourth Row: S. Nelson, Neuhoff, Newton, Noll, North- rup. Fifth Row: Patterson, Peay, Perry, Pratscher, Ransdell. Sixth Row: Roark, Roberts, S. Robinson, Sanborn, Schley. Seventh Row: Shaw, E. Shigley, M. Shigley, Smith Snow. Eighth Row : Stall, Stanley, Si ebb ins, Suttles, Syers. Ninth Row: Taylor, C. Terry, E. Terry, Thomas, Vessels Tenth Row: Ware, Warren, Whiteside, Whitridge. Eleventh Row: Wiley, Womack. Twelfth Row: Wommack. Page 201 KKF KAPPA " ' The Kappa key was first seen in 1870 at Monmouth College in Virginia and in 1902 it made its debut at Texas. Many individual awards have come to the Kappa ' s this year. Ann Brown, Bobby Ann Harper, and Jane Cowper were tapped for Orange Jackets while Patty Stevens, Lindy Hudson, and Genie Brackenridge were tapped for Spooks. The ten Most Beautiful included Judy Dodd, Jamie Maxfield, and Genie Brackenridge. Kathryn Odom was named Best Dressed at the University. In the Wood Gathering Contest for the Aggie game the Kappa ' s placed second. The light and dark blue of Kappa helped needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas as their service project. OFFICERS Fall Spring FRANCIS ANN DRAKE President HARRIET GARDNER WILLIAMS RAY REIMERS TAGGART V ice-President MOLLY SHULMAN HARRIET SCHOCH Recording Secretary JOSEPHINE WELDER MEREDITH FERGUSON Corresponding Secretary . . . ELLEN MARTHA CLARKE HARRIET GARDNER WILLIAMS . . Treasurer . . . KAREN TELLEPSEN FALL PLEDGES Sara Bartholomew, Dallas Jacqueline Benkenstein, Beaumont Genie Brackenridge, Taylor Martha Love Brindley, Temple Betty Lee Butter, Longview Dorothy Lee Collins, San Antonio Margaret Eleanor Collins, San Antonio Alice McKallip Crawford, Beaumont Margaret Lynn Curtis, Araarillo Judith Kay Darmer, Dallas Patricia Ann Ferguson, Corsicana Bonnie Folbre, San Antonio Connie Guthrie, Houston Barbara Velma Haag, Midland Carol Harrison, Dallas Louise Carr Houston, Austin Delmar Hudson, Fort Worth Francis Hill Hudson, Fort Worth Ellen Kroney, Dallas Jan Marie La Master, Houston Erin Linn, Port Arthur Janie Maxfield, Wichita Falls Beryl Langford Milburn, Austin Janet Lee Miller, Houston Martha Louise Miller, Midland Marta Elizabeth Moore, Tyler Virginia Kay McLaughlin, Plainview Dennise Newberry, Dallas Carol Norwood, Wichita Falls Mary Jay Orr, Odessa Marian Rather Powell, Houston St. Clare Pratt, Houston Nancy Long Presnall, Corpus Christi Annetta Mae Purman, Odessa Suzanne Kay Rucker, Jacksonville Brooke Bennett Rumsey, Travis, Calif. Mary Austin Rutherford, San Antonio Billie Beryl Schroeder, Austin Nancy Sealy, Midland Katherine Anne Spence, Austin Mary Patricia Spence, Austin Helen Mae Spencer, Corpus Christi Patricia Ann Stephens, Dallas Jean Barrow Talbert, Tyler Dorothy M. Varner, Houston Sally Eleanor Weinert, Beaumont Linda Gibbons Wyatt, San Antonio SPRING PLEDGES Carolyn Crocker, Houston Mary Terry Haun, Fort Worth Margaret Elizabeth Paulson, Dallas Lera Thomas, Houston Top Row: Baker, Barbeck, Bartholomew, Benckenstein, Brackenridge. Second Row: B. Brindley, M. Brindley, C. Brown, Buchek, Butter. Third Row: Callaway, Clark, Cowper. Curtis, Darmer. Fourth Row: Drake, Dunlap, Dwyer, English, Fenoglio. Fifth Roto: P. Ferguson, Fermaud, Folbre, Gibson, Glaspy. Sixth Roto: Graham, Green, Greer, Guthrie, Haag. Page 202 Seventh Row: Hare, Hargis, Harper, Harrison, D. Hud- son. Eighth Row: F. Hudson, Hurst, J. Jones, S. Jones, Jor- dan. Ninth Row: Kroney, J. LaMaater, S. LaMaster, Led- better. Tenth Row: Marks, Maxfield, McClendon. Eleventh Roto: McLaughlin, J. Miller. Twelfth Row: E. Mobley. Delph Anderson, Baytown Judy Anne Anderson, Abilene Barbara Lynn Baker, San Antonio Sara Lee Barbeck, Dallas Alice Virginia Bell, Houston Beverly Anne Brindley, Temple Ann Connor Brown, Austin Garnett Dowell Brown, Houston Nancy Louise Buchek, San Antonio Rilla June Boroughs, Dallas Tennie Bush, Midland Helena Spencer Callaway, San Antoni- Blake Campbell, Houston Teresa Blythe Clark, Austin Ellen Martha Clarke, Lufkin Patricia Compton, Corpus Christi Jane Carolyn Cowper, Big Spring Mary Edna Crawford, Beaumont Deanna Daniel, Austin Jean Houston Daniel, Austin Judith Lynn Dodd, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Virginia Nelms Dorsey, San Antonio Theresa Doss, San Angelo Francis Ann Drake, Wellington Cecilia Dunlap, Dallas Lila Diane Dwyer, Houston Mary Janette Eckel, Tulsa, Okla. Acia Lee Elliott, Houston Linda Burgin English, Beaumont Carole Sue Fenoglio, Houston Meredith Ferguson, Dallas Jacqueline Fermaud, Fort Worth Shelley Blount Flato, Corpus Christi Beverly Ann Gibson, Midland Nancy Ann Glaspy, Ennis Marian Carolyn Graham, Chicago, 111. Patricia Ann Green, Beaumont Margaret McLean Greer, Houston Lynda Kay Hare, Weatherford Laurie Lee Hargis, San Antonio MEMBERS Bobbie Ann Harper, San Antonio Shelia Elaine Hart, Groves Letty Lew Hartman, Victoria Deryl Ann Hull, Tyler Sharon Kimberly Hurst, Longview Mary Elizabeth Hyde, Paris Beverly Ellen Jones, Austin Diana Day Jones, San Angelo Janet Ann Jones, Amarillo Sarah Anne Jones, Houston Judy Latimer Jordan, Palestine Kay Kaderli, Austin Maxine Rebecca Krueger, Victoria Suzanne Bernice LaMaster, Houston Linda Lanham, Temple Jessica Ann Ledbetter, Hondo Ann Borden Lipscomb, Houston Mary Lynden Luckel, Houston Martha Ann Marks, Midland Elizabeth Swann Marsh, Tyler Mary Morgan Maze, Temple Anne Dalton McClendon, Tyler Anne Marie McCulIough, Houston Ann Miller, San Antonio Arabella Jester Miner, Groves Elizabeth Victoria Mobley, Houston Marion Couper Mobley, Houston Susan Claire Moore, Dallas Linda Jan Morris, Hillsboro Sherwood Noel, Odessa Kathryn Phoebe Odom, Beaumont Pain Oswalt, Abilene Marjorie Kay Peebles, Houston Cynthia Lee Pendergrass, Dallas Anne Peterson, Austin Nancy Green Pollard, Houston Nancy Duncan Powell, Houston Mary Jack Puckett, McAIlen Sandra Lee Rainey, San Antonio Jackalyn Rainosek, Odessa Kay Reese, Houston Donna Rachel Richardson, Houston Carrie Mae Robertson, Houston Frances Ronshausen, Port Arthur Ann Halbert Ruth, Corsicana Barbara Ann Sanders, Texarkana Gail Schlesselman, College Station Harriet Schoch, Dallas Helen Hughetta Shell, Fort Worth Molly Shulman, Kilgore Mary Elizabeth Smith, Houston Sandra Margaret Snider, Fort Worth Jane Snodgrass, Crosbyton Janet Mabel Spencer, Corpus Christ! Beverly Ann Stevenson, Port Arthur Mary Helen Strauss, Houston Lucijane Strozier, San Antonio Judy Ann Sutton, Amarillo Ray Reimers Taggart, Corpus Christi Mary Jane Taylor, Lubbock Penelope Ellen Taylor, Amarillo Sammie Lynn Taylor, Corpus Christi Karen Tellepsen, Houston Miley Frances Tucker, Beaumont Eleanor Ann Tyler, Austin Jeanne Dorothy Van Zant, Fort Worth Ann Charlotte Walker, Beaumont Barbara Terence Walsdorf, San Antonio Mabel Duncan Weigel, Austin Josephine Welder, Beeville Patricia Raye West, Jacksonville Jeriann Whitcomb, Houston Diane. Hunt Wilder, Austin Charlotte Williams, Fort Worth Harriet Gardner Williams, Dallas Catherine Jane Wilson, Lubbock Suzanne Womack, San Antonio Klata Rae Woodul, Lamesa Mary Heather Wren, Houston Cynthia Lou Wright, San Antonio Top Row: M. Mobley, M. Moore, S. Moore, Morris, Newberry. Second Row: Odom, Orr, Oswalt, Peterson, Pollard. Third Row: M. Powell, N. Powell, Presnall, Puckett. Purman. Fourth Row: Rainey, Rainosek, Reese, Richardson, Rob- ertson. Fifth Row: Rucker, Rumsey, Ruth, Rutherford, Scales- selman. Sixth Row: Schoch, Sealy, Shell, Smith, Snider. Seventh Row: Snodgrass, K. Spence, H. Spencer, J. Spencer, Stephens. Eighth Row: Stevenson, Taggart, Tellepsen, Tucker, Tyler. Ninth Row: Varner, Walker, Weinert, Vest. Tenth Row: Whitcomb, Wilder, C. Williams. Eleventh Row: H. Williams, Wilson. Twelfth Row: Wright, Wyatt. Page 203 PWf UU PRf MIJ PM t M iuu wr uu wr uu wt uu Following the national founding in 1852 the Phi chapter of Phi Mu was established on the Texas campus in 1913. The colors of rose and white have been borne by Phi Mu ' s into many organizations and phases of campus life. Highlighting the year for the Phi Mu ' s was their winning the trophy for the Best All Around Award in the Aggie Sign contest. Outstanding members this year included Emily La- mon, Gamma Alpha Chi; Emily Boehm, Beta Alpha Psi; Vicke Hunter, a Spook and chairman of Round- Up Showcase; Nancy Swift, representative on the Education Council and treasurer of Panhellenic. Two Phi Mu ' s, Elizabeth Walling and Mickey Horton, acted as delegation chairmen to the Mock United Na- tions. The Phi Mu ' s helped the Toy Cart at Brackenridge Hospital at Christmas time. OFFICERS Fall Spring JEANETTE LEONARD President ETHELDA MURIEL SMITH BARBARA JUNE MILLER Vice-President LYNN NEWMAN HADAWAY VEDA LETITIA RUSSELL Recording Secretary EMILY ANN LAMON JANE CAROL BUGG .Corresponding Secretary BARBARA ZOE GRIFFITH ETHELDA MURIEL SMITH Treasurer EMILY ANN BOEHM LYNN NEWMAN HADAWAY Pledge Trainer PAULINE TOLLEFSON PLEDGES Beverly Ann Aderman, Lafayette, La. Barbara Louise Dougherty, Groves Mickey Horton, Austin Diana Daye Humphries, Austin Gretchen Murrell Matlock, Rantoul, 111. Madeleine Lorraine Peppel, Austin Victoria Faye Stark, Austin Michele Renee Taylor, San Antonio Margaret Wallace, Dallas Elizabeth Harris Walling, Austin Rosemary White, Austin Top Row: Aderman, Boehm. Second Row: Brantley, Bugg. Third Roto: Dement, Dougherty. Fourth Row: Eastwood, Fletcher. Fifth Rota: Fowler, Griffith. Sixth Row : Cuggolz, Hadaway. Seventh Row: Hitchcock, Hooper. Eighth Row: Horton, Humphries. Ninth Row: Hunt, Hunter. Tenth Row: Hurd. Page 204 wr uu wr uu wr uu mr uu Emily Ann Boehm, San Antonio Gladys Ann Brantley, Fort Worth Judy Bryant, Weimar Jane Carol Bugg, Houston Willetta Dement, Austin Janice Kay Durr, Edwardsville, 111. Annetta June Eastwood, Daingerfield Linda Kay Fletcher, San Antonio May Elizabeth Fowler, Austin Barbara Zoe Griffith, San Antonio Bess Guggolz, Brenham Lynn Newman Hadaway, Athens, Ga. Margaret Whitton Haley, Fort Worth Nina Catherine Hitchcock, Houston Patricia Ann Hooper, Fort Worth Janet Ann Hunt, Pasadena Victoria Lee Hunter, Fort Worth Josephine VanDerveer Hurd, Houston MEMBERS Emily Ann Lamon, San Antonio Lana Claude Lancaster, Hamlin Jeanette Leonard, Johnson City Marianne Maclary, Dallas Patricia Diane Mayhall, Pasadena Lorene Meadow, Donna Barbara June Miller, Dallas Frances Ann Nussbaum, Galveston Alma Louise Robinson, Beaumont Veda Letitia Russell, Austin Mary Ann Schramel, Austin Ethelda Muriel Smith. Wimberley Nancy Lou Swift, Wichita Falls Nancy Carol Tempero, Austin Pauline Tollefson, Groves Flora Louise Tracy, Carlsbad, N. Mex. Ann Elizabeth Tucker, Corpus Christi Top Row: Lamon, Lancaster. -Second Row: Leonard, Matlock. Third Row: Mayhall, Miller. fourth Rout: Nussbaum, Peppel. Fifth Row: Robinson, Russell. Page 205 Sixth Row: Schramel, Smith. Seventh Row: Stark, Swift. Eighth Row: Tempero, Tollefson. Ninth Row: Tracy, Tucker. Tenth Row: Walling, White. Pi Beta Phi won the highest scholastic honor among sororities for 1961 when they were awarded the Panhellenic trophy for first place. Another trophy was added when they won the Wood Gathering contest for the second straight year. Out- standing in many areas of campus leadership. Pi Phi ' s were represented in Orange Jackets by Michelle Guillot, Helen Houston, and Jan Jopling; in Mortar Board by Nancy Cotton, Peggy Pace, and Susan Re ed; in Spooks by Margaret Gray and Gay Ferguson. Faith Ford and Nancy Cotton were named to Phi Beta Kappa, and Susan Reed served as YWCA president and Arts and Science assemblyman. Peggy Pace participated in the Chilean Exchange Program. OFFICERS Fall Spring NANCY JEAN COTTON President MICHELLE GUILLOT LYNDA VIRGINIA LANDRETH V ice-President CAROLYN DALE SHIRLEY ANN CHILES Corresponding Secretary .... CAROL GLEE LORETTE NAN ELIZABETH CHIPLEY . . . Recording Secretary . . LYNDA VIRGINIA LANDRETH MICHAEL JEAN COLTON Treasurer DOROTHY MARGARET KEY FALL PLEDGES Melinda Ann Austin, Dallas Kathryn Ann Bailey, La Marque Jeannette Selman Baker, Houston Frances Cummings Barclay, Austin Caroline Cecile Bergfeld, Tyler Gretchen Christine Bickle, Dallas Martha Marilla Black, Austin Lucy Jo Burnett, Dallas Susan Chiles, Austin Myra Jane Cocking, Dallas Kathleen Doherty, Houston Mary Ellen Dooley, Beaumont Martha Dalrymple Fisher, Fort Worth Gail Walcott Forsythe, Dallas Susan Fowler, Houston Jane Elizabeth George, Brownsville Carro ll Day Gilmer, Houston Nancy Hale, Houston Nancy Ann Hoskins, Houston Sue Colgin Howell, Bryan Ava Nell Inglish, San Antonio Betty Ann Jopling, Paris Carolyn Josey, Houston SPRING PLEDGES Ann-Louise Bintliff, Texarkana Bea Ann Smith, Midland Top Row: Allison, Amacker, Austin, Aulrry. Second Row: Bailey, Baker, Barclay, Beardmore. Third Rnw: Bell, Beikman, Bickel, E. Black. Fourth Rom: M. Black, Brockachmidt, B. Buchanan, S. Buchanan. Fifth Rows A. Chiles, C. Chile , S. Chiles, Cockrell. Sixth Row: Cocking, Coleman, Corley, Cory. Pago 206 Nona Katherine Kean, Fort Worth Mary Ann Kerr, Fort Worth Susan Isabel Kline, Savannah, Ga. Mary Lynne Lasater, Tyler Suzanne Frances Martin, Midland Lannie Lou Mecom, Houston Polly Ann Miller, Austin Patricia Kay Parker, San Antonio Priscilla Jane Porter, Bryan Linda Marjorie Prentice, Austin Anne Wright Rogers, Dallas Nancy Lee Rogers, Fort Worth Marian Seward Rubey, Houston Mary Katherine Sealy, Fort Worth Gwyn Wimberly Shook, Dallas Gail Addison Smith, Lubbock Charlene Elizabeth Strader, Bellaire Caroline Sweeney, Brownsville Alison Blair Taylor, Dallas Clytie Harris Thomas, San Antonio Sarah Anne Truslow, Galveston Anhara Wood, Midland Kathryn Wynter Wood, San Antonio Mary Jane Walton, Houston Elizabeth Townsend Winmill, Abilene Seventh Roto: Cotton, Dayvault, Doherty, Dooley. Eighth Row: Douglas, Driscoll, Dudley, Fisher. Ninth Row: Fogarty, Fowler, Fullingim, Fulton. Tenth Row: George, Gilmer, Guess, Guillot. Eleventh Row: Hale, Hamilton, Helms, Higgins. Twelfth Row: Hodges, Hoover, Houston. pf Leila Louise Allen, Calvert Ann Allison, Graham Jeanne Richey Amacker, Beaumont Cecile Curlin Autrey, Waxahachie Tamara Lyn Baird, Houston Barbara Ann Beardmore, Houston Anita Louise Bell, San Antonio LaTrelle Berkman, Austin Elizabeth Frank Black, Midland Billie Jo Brandau, San Antonio Jean Ellis Bright, Austin Carol Ann Brinsmade, Houston Sally Belle Brockschmidt, Houston Barbara Kay Buchanan, Sherman Stephanie Jane Buchanan, Hot Springs, Ark. Barbara Adele Buche), Dallas Meta Camille Butler, Austin Ann Chiles, Austin Carol Ann Chiles, Fort Worth Nan Elizabeth Chipley, San Antonio Sue Rivers Chipley, San Antonio Kay Murchison Closuit, Fort Worth , Carol Dashiell Cockrell, Houston Linda Joyce Coleman, McKinney Martha Camille Collett, Fort Worth Michael Jean Colton, San Antonio Anne Cooper, Alice Julia Corley, Austin Carol Ann Cory, San Antonio Nancy Jean Cotton, Dallas Helen Patterson Dayvault, Altair Louisa Ann Driscoll, Austin Julia Aurelia Dudley, Comanche Joanne Arnold Edmundson, Houston Gay Ferguson, Dallas MEMBERS Julia Ann Fitch, Eagle Pass Caryn Fogarty, Dallas Patricia Bernayz Fullingim, Odessa Carmen Wren Fulton, Shreveport Linda Gilbert, Austin Margaret B. Gray, Austin Rollin Aim Guess, Dallas Michelle Guillot, Dallas Elizabeth Hamilton, Palestine Linda Lois Heath, Austin Sara Jackson Helms, Dallas Ann Hendryx, Port Arthur Diane Higgins, Dallas Judith Ann Hitchcock, Sweeny Elizabeth Macey Hodges, Austin Margaret Susan Hoover, Houston Helen Elizabeth Houston, Kilgore Linda Lou Johnston, Terrell Janis Jones, Wichita Falls Mary Lee Jones, Dallas Jan Jopling, Paris Velma Jane Jordan, Austin Susan Jane Kahn, Little Rock, Ark. Alice Therese Kean, Fort Worth Melinda Kendall, Houston Carolyn India Kerr, Fort Worth Dorothy Margaret Key, Dallas Mable Joan Knapp, Mercedes Lynda Virginia Lindreth, Fort Worth Barbara Ann Loffland, Fort Worth Carol Glee Lorette, Odessa Jane Goode Lynn, Dallas Moselle Archer Mallett, Houston Dorothy Malone, Houston Marsha Keith Manatt, Houston Allie Page Matthews, Houston Mary Moncure Matthews, Houston Nancy Baker Maxwell, Dallas Elizabeth McCroskey, Corpus Chricti Linda Bragg McDaniel, San Antonio Carol Ross McGown, Houston Patricia Ann McGuire, Dallas Anne Terrell McKnight, Dallas Rachel Cornelia Merriman, Houston Sally Middleton, San Antonio Virginia Alma Nelson, Midland Margaret Ozella Pace, Dallas Selena Jane Parker, Dallas Mary Bert Pattillo, Austin Susan Avery Phinney, Austin Dale Earle Porter, Bryan Susan Roberts Reed, Austin Mary Jane Riley, San Antonio Gail Frances Robinson, San Antonio B. Marion Scivally, Houston Martha Elizabeth Sealy, Fort Worth Jo Anne Sharman, Houston Carolyn Dale Shirley, Galveston Martha Ann Sloan, Corpus Christi Jane Douglas Smith, Dallas Ellann A. Thompson, Tyler Lucy Elaine Toland, Dallas Judith Burnell Tucker, Houston Eden Van Zandt, Fort Worth Ruth Scott Wainright, Houston Betty Lea Walker, Houston Valerie C. Williams, Austin Louie Jane Woodward, Dallas Patricia Arlington Wooten, Columbus Top Row: Howcll, Ingliih, J. Jones, Jopling. Second Row: Jordan, Kahn, N. Kean, M. Ken. Third Row: Kline, Knapp, Land ret h, Lasater. Fourth Row: Mallett, Malone, Martin, Maxwell. Fifth Row: McCroskey, McDaniel, McGown, McCuire. Sixth Row: Merriman. Miller, Nelson, Pace. Seventh Row: Parker, Pattilo, D. Porter, P. Porter. Eighth Row: Prentice, Riley, Robinson, A. Rogers. Ninth Row: N. Rogers, Rubey, M. E. Sealy, M. K. Sealy. Tenth Row: Sharman, J. Smith, Strader, Sweeney. Eleventh Row: Taylor, Thomas, Toland, Tucker. Tw,-l th Row: Williams, A. Wood, K. Wood Page 207 DEW TZVU IAT Sigma Delta Tau was founded at Cornell University on March 25, 1917, and has been at Texas since March 4, 1939. Cafe aulait and old blue are the colors that shine from the busy S.D.T. house. In addition to their volunteer work every week at the Cerebral Palsy Center and taking advantage of their new study hall, individual S.D.T. ' s have distinguished themselves on campus. Fredell Pinkenson was Miss Campus Chest, a Navy ROTC sponsor, co-chairman of the Investigation Committee, and a Freshman Council Advisor. Other S.D.T. ' s kept busy in their capacities as officers of various organizations were Gwen Socol, Cap and Gown; Gene Solka, sophomore secretary of CBA; and Lynn Paine, secretary of the CBA Council. OFFICERS Fall Spring GWENDOLYN SOCOL President SHIRLEY LOUISE RACUSIN HARRIETT LYNN PAINE .... First V ice-President .... ANN FRIDELL EISENSTEIN A LENE LOUISE Ross Second V ice-President VICTORIA SHALVA Liss SHIRLEY LOUISE RACUSIN . . . Recording Secretary JUDITH ANN BERMONT SHERYL ANN KATZ Corresponding Secretary HELAINE L. WAYNE BARBARA SUE DAILY . . .Treasurer. . . BARBARA ELAINE GREVSKY FALL PLEDGES Celeste Carol Birnbaum, San Antonio Harriett Elaine Bornstein, Corpus Christi Maxine Susan Cord, San Antonio Deborah Joan Druker, Stokie, 111. Myra Helene Fisher, Rosenberg Sandra Sue Galoob, Longview Beverly Ann Gordon, San Antonio Marcia Ann Goren, Houston Adrianne Ann Kelfer. San Antonio Joyce Thelma Klein, Brownfield Patricia Karen Mendelson, Austin Susan Jane Myers, Amarillo Nancy Ann Rosenberg, Corpus Christi Jill Steffany Ross, Los Angeles, Calif. Eugenia Solka, Corpus Christi Leah Sonja Stalarow, Pasadena Rochelle Vee Steinberg, Omaha, Nebr. Janet Lee Stern, Austin Linda Carolyn Stettner, Houston SPRING PLEDGES Linda Sybil Duval, Houston Marilyn Anne Presser, Houston Top Row; Abbott, Baron, Bermo ' nt. Second Row: Bernstein, Brookner, Chernikowski. Third Row: Cord, Daily, Druker. Fourth Row: Eisenstein, Feld, Fisher. Page 208 Fifth Row: Fox, S. Galoob, Gordon. Sixth Row: Goren, Greenberg, Grevsky. Seventh Row: L. Katz, Kelfer, Klein. Eighth Row: Korn, Levin. DEW W SfGMA DEW TU MEMBERS Mary Phyllis Abbott, Miami Beach, Fla. Kate Sydney Badash, Houston Judith Rosalynd Baron, Sioux City, Iowa Judith Ann Bermont, Coral Gables, Fla. Barbara Claire Brookner, Wichita Falls Stephanie Chernikowski, Beaumont Barbara Sue Daily, Richmond Ann Fridell Eisenstein, San Antonio Carol Barbara Feld, Houston Janelle Maxine Fox, Dallas Debra Galoob, Longview Melanie Jane Goldstein, Houston Natalie Iris Greenberg, Fort Worth Barbara Elaine Grevsky, Houston Barbara Jean Haas, Corpus Christi Carolyn Sandra Harrison, Odessa Sara Jo Hirsch, Marshall Loyce Ann Katz, Amarillo Sheryl Ann Katz, Corpus Christi Natalie B. Korn, Corpus Christi Annette Janis Levin, Galveston Victoria Shalva Liss, Houston Barbara Ann Macow, Houston Patricia Ann Maltzman, San Antonio Harriett Lyn n Paine. Baytown Robin Gale Pasternak, Pasadena Sharon Beth Peltzman, Kansas City, Mo. Fredell Ann Pinkenson, Houston Shirley Louise Racusin, Corpus Christi Carole Joy Ranen, Atlanta, Ga. Sharon Gaines Robins, Houston Eileen Rogoff, Dallas Alene Louise Ross, Houston Jo Beth Rothberg, Memphis, Tenn. Janet Raye Schapira, McAllen Susan Beth Scharlack, San Antonio Barbara Gail Shapiro, Corpus Christi Gwendolyn Socol, Breckenridge Betty Sue Topletz, Dallas Elaine Robin Volozin, Memphis, Tenn. Helaine L. Wayne, Bellaire Bette Kay Weiner, Omaha, Nebr. Sandra A. Weinstock, Miami Beach, Fla. Louise Maureen Zelen, Houston Top Row: Liss, Macow, Mendelson. Second Row: Myers, Paine, Pasternak. Third Row: Peltzman, Pinkenson, Ranen. Fourth Row: Rogoff, A. Ross, Rothberg. Filth Row: Schapira, Scharlack, Socol. Sixth Row: Solka, Stalarow, Steinberg. Seventh Row: Stettner, Topleti, Volozin. Eighth Row: Weiner, Weinstock, Zelen. Page 209 ZTA Zeta Tau Alpha, established at Texas in 1906, combined beauty, brains, and spirit this year to contribute greatly to campus life. Placing third in sorority scholarship and winning an honorable mention in Sing Song, the Zetas cheered their pledge class on to a first in Dime ' s Day collections. Zeta ' s Jessica Darling, University cheerleader, and Esther Rob- erts, co-chairman of Campus Chest, helped to promote the spirit of activity on the campus. Jerry Lee, Jean Rogers, and Jessica Darling were selected to Ten Most Beautiful and Myra Erwin to Phi Beta Kappa. Orange Jacket members were Jessica Darling, Esther Roberts, and Beth Blazek, who was also a member of Mortar Board Fall JOAN DUNLAP FLO CHRISTIAN VAN GUNDY CONSTANCE YVONNE PATTON ELIZABETH LOUISE BURT . . . MARIDA ANN PIKE . OFFICERS Spring President HELEN SUZANNE McCRUM Vice-President JANE MARCELLE JONES .Corresponding Secretary EDNA MABEL WATTS . . Recording Secretary MARTHA CLIFFORD MAYS , . Treasurer . . CAROLYN CAY McCLEARY PLEDGES Carolyn Marie Archer, Austin Sandra Joy Barnes, Fort Worth Linda Louise Bocdck, Corpus Christ Barbara Carol Braesche, Bellaire Blaire Busby, San Antonio Judith Lee Calkins, Wichita Falls Margaret Keith Conwill, Bandera Earl Fae Cooper, San Antonio Carol Louise Covington, Amarillo Betty Rush Cunningham, Fort Worth Carol Ann Dawson, Dallas Cecilia Camille Dehlinger, Abilene Marion Cooke Dewar, San Antonio Mary Marsha Dingle, Freeport Carol Ann Edmondson, Mathis Mabel Alicia Edwards, Fort Worth Judy Hall Foreman, Houston Cynthia Ann -Herbert, Houston Jay Dene Hill, Corsicana Alane Higgins, Austin Mary Ethelyn Hill, Dallas Terry Lynn Hughes, Odessa Carol Ann Johnson, Abilene Jerry Ann Lee, Greenville Maureen Ann Marsh, Dallas Elizabeth Ann Mason, Austin Martha Lee McKinley, Marlin Sharon Patricia O ' Shea, Houston Sharon June Parker, Houston Sandra Lee Ferryman, LaGrange Park, 111. Frances Preston, Newgulf Alice Anne Rainey, Houston Mickey Reed, Austin Claire Elizabeth Richmond, Bryan Jean Worth Rogers, Nacogdoches Mary Lou Roshton, Bellaire Cinda Sue Sands, Houston Betsy M. Schwarz, Houston Janet Shelton, Dallas Carol Ann Sims, El Paso Sally Ann Sullivan, Pasadena Jo Anna Swank, Victoria Jerry Traughber, Corpus Christi Phyllis Vigna, Amarillo Janet Gail Wallace, Austin Judy Kathleen Wax, Houston Ann Louise Wilmer, Dallas Esperanza Linda Ximenes, San Antonio Top Row: Archer, Barnes, Baxter, Bocock. Second Row: Brannon, Brown, Burcham, Hurt. Third Roto: Busby, C. Calkins, J. Calkins, Callaaway. Fourth Row: Chilton, Conner, Conway, E. Cooper. Fifth Row: M. Cooper, Covington, Cramer, Cromark. Sixth Row: Cunningham, Darling, Davis, Dawson. Seventh Row: Dehlinger, Dewar, Dingle, J. Dunlap. Page 210 Eighth Row: S. Dunlap, Edmondson, Ellison, Faickney. Ninth Row: Faison, Foreman, Futhey, Gilmer. Tenth Row: Graham, Hashop, Hebert, Higgins. Eleventh Row: J. Hill, M. Hill, Holloway, Hughes. Twelfth Row: Janecek, A. Johnson, C. Johnson. Thirteenth Row: J. Johnson, A. Jones. Linda Kay Appell, Alice Catharine Baxter, A ustin Edith Ellen Beall, Nacogdoches Julie Elizabeth Bean, San Angelo Sarah Jane Beasley, Temple Delora Elizabeth Blazek, Liberty Saundra Lois Boone, Fort Worth Darby Ann Boyd, Cleburne Carolyn Jean Brady, Dallas Martha Lucretia Brannon, Houston Peggy Frances Brown, Victoria Mary Jane Burcham, Austin Elizabeth Louise Burt, New Braunfels Carol Ann Calkins, Wichita Falls Nancy Elizabeth Callaway, Lufkin Jerry Fay Carter, Arlington Pamila Ann Chilton, Houston Nancy Lee Conner, Midland Sally Leigh Conway, San Antonio Marianne Cooper, Beaumont Willene Lorene Coym, Alice Mary Lee Cramer, Victoria Virginia Ruth Craver, Texarkana Mary Margaret Crews, West Columbia Nancy Linda Cromack, Brownsville Jessica Darling, Houston Rebecca Ruth Davis, Ballinger Joan Dunlap, Dallas Susan Dunlap, Dallas Mary Clementine Ellison, Texarkana Mary Ann Faickney, Angleton Linda Jeane Faison, Texarkana Vicki Carole Futhey, Corpus Christ! Jessie Adele Gilmer, El Paso MEMBERS Mary Ella Graham, Odessa Mary Ellen Gross, Dallas Susan V. Hammond, San Antonio Rebecca Jo Hashop, Corsicana Jane Andrea Hill, Dallas Mary Loratta Holloway, Dallas Virginia Kay Hopkins, Pampa Dorothy Jane Janecek, San Antonio Armead Howard Johnson, Waco Janet Johnson, Corpus Christi JoAnne Johnson, Dallas Judith Carol Jolly, Houston Alma Jones, Dallas Harriet Jane Jones, Abilene Jane Marcelle Jones, Pecos Jerry Lillian Jones, Beaumont Carolyn Cage Kellam, Austin Nancy Jane Kidd, Tyler Judith Faye Klein, Austin Judith Faye Lawrence, Dallas Linda Louise Lentz, Victoria Mary Glen Maxwell, Abilene Betty Gail Mayo, Taft Martha Clifford Mays, Austin Margaret Graham. McCall, Victoria Carolyn Cay McCleary, Victoria Helen Suzanne McCrum, Dallu Rose Marie Monk, Abilene Carolyn Poole Moore, Austin Jo Lynne Musselman, San Antonio Rachel Frances Myers, Beaumont Lori Ann Nichols, Houston Gretchen Marie Oden, Atlanta Constance Yvonne Patton, ' Houston Charlotte Kemp Patton, Houston Diane Elizabeth Phillips, Ozona Marida Ann Pike, Fort Worth Penelope Pounds, San Antonio Pamela Rice, Longview Esther Mary Roberts, Dallas Mary Ada Rosson, Midland Jo Frances Ruhl, Houston Martha Gay Scott, San Antonio Mary Kay Smith, Houston Venita Gail Smith, Greenville Betty Gail Smither, Huntsville Anne McGill Spangler, Austin Cynthia Dell Stolz, Houston Amanda Gay Stuart, Houston Patricia Sue Sullivan, Fort Worth Susan Elizabeth Swift, Houston Judy Ruth Taylor, Fort Worth Alice Gay Thames, Beaumont Marjorie Lou Thompson, Tyler Betty Lou Thomson, Corpus Christi Jan Margaret Tips, San Antonio Flo Christian Van Gundy, San Marcos Edna Mabel Watts, Corpus Christ! Katherine Kennedy Weston, Beaumont Mary Jo White, Austin Elinor Margaret White, Jackson, Ala. Mary Ann Williams, Corsicana Sunny Wilkens, Houston Alice Carol Wilson, Houston Sandra Widney Wilson, Temple Clelia Lisette Windrum, Houston Sandra Lee Zimmerman, Galveston IJLW A Top Row: H. Jones, J. Jones, Kellam, Lawrence. Second Row: Lee, Mason, Mays, McCleary. Third Rout: McCrum, McKinley, Monk, Musselman. Fourth Row: Nicholn, O ' Shea, Parker, C. Y. Patton. fifth Row: Preston, Rainey, Reed, Richmond. Sixth Row: Rice, Roberts, Rogers, Roshton. Seventh Row: Rosson, Ruhl, Sands, Schwarz. Eighth Row: Shelton, Sims, M. Smith, Stoll. Mnlh Row: Stuart, Sullivan, Swank, Swift. Tenth Row: Traughber, Van Gundy, Vigna, Wallace. Eleventh Row: Wai, Weston, E. White, Wilkens. Twelfth Row: Williams, Wilmer, S. Wilson. Thirteenth Row: Windrum, Ximenea, Zimmerman. Page 211 COUNCU- OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERTA LEE HOUSE President GAIL GABRIEL LYNETTE TAYLOR V ice-President MARY MANSON PULVER CYNTHIA MAE MILLER Secretary CAROLYN ANNE TULL ELEANOR ANN TYLER . . .Treasurer . . NANCY Lou SWIFT Senior FALL MEMBERS Sorority Junior DOROTHY RAY RODGERS Alpha Chi Omega MARY CATHERINE MEEKS ROBERTA LEE HOUSE Alpha Delta Pi NANCY N. DILLON CAROLYN Jo KOPPEL Alpha Epsilon Phi DANA DEE BENSON GAIL GABRIEL Alpha Gamma Delta CAROLYN MARIE SHAW MARY CAROLYN STONE Alpha Omicron Pi DIANA BANTA LYNETTE TAYLOR Alpha Phi JANICE MARY CHADWELL MARY MANSON PULVER Chi Omega MARY EVELYN MERRITT FRANCES BYRD COLLINS Delta Delta Delta JERRIE TEEL CHRISTIAN LOULYNN KELLY Delta Gamma MARGARET LUCILE ELLISON CYNTHIA MAE MILLER Delta Phi Epsilon KAREN SUE SCHNEIDER KAREN SUE PARKER Delta Zeta CAROLYN ANNE TULL SALLY CHRISTINE RUNDQUIST Gamma Phi Beta JANE ANN LEACH CAROLYN ELAYNE TERRY Kappa Alpha Theta JANE FLAITZ ELEANOR ANN TYLER Kappa Kappa Gamma BOBBIE ANN HARPER LYNN NEWMAN HADAWAY Phi Mu NANCY Lou SWIFT MARY JANE RILEY Pi Beta Phi ELIZABETH MACEY HODGES BARBARA CLAIRE BROOKNER Sigma Delta Tau LOYCE ANN KATZ EDNA MABEL WATTS Zeta Tau Alpha MARY ELLA GRAHAM Senior SPRING MEMBERS Sorority Junior MARY CATHERINE MEEKS Alpha Chi Omega DIANE C. RACHAL NANCY N. DILLON Alpha Delta Pi SUZANNE VAUGHN HELENA REBECCA FRENKIL Alpha Epsilon Phi DANA DEE BENSON GAIL GABRIEL . . . .Alpha Gamma Delta JANE MAURINE DUCKETT KAY CRAWFORD Alpha Omicron Pi NANCY KAY ROBB JANICE MARY CHADWELL Alpha Phi IDA RAE KLEIN MARY MANSON PULVER Chi Omega SHARON SUE ROUNTREE JERRI TEEL CHRISTIAN Delta Delta Delta PATRICIA WALLIS WRIGHT MARGARET LUCILE ELLISON Delta Gamma, GLENADINE RUSSELL KAREN SUE SCHNEIDER Delta Phi Epsilon ALEXIS JOAN BROWN CAROLYN ANNE TULL Delta Zeta SUZANNE MAUK JANE ANN LEACH Gamma Phi Beta VICKE B. CALDWELL JANE FLAITZ Kappa Alpha Theta ETHEL LOWDON WILEY BOBBIE ANN HARPER Kappa Kappa Gamma JANE CAROLYN COWPER NANCY Lou SWIFT Phi Mu LYNN NEWMAN HADAWAY MARGARET OZELLA PACE Pi Beta Phi JAN JOPLING BARBARA CLAIRE BROOKNER Sigma Delta Tau LOYCE ANN KATZ MARY ELLA GRAHAM Zeta Tau Alpha CAROLYN CAGE KELLAM Page 212 EDITED BY WHARTON COLE AND GLENADINE RUSSELL Page 213 ACAOA ACAOA f- r- ra ACACIA ACACIA FACULTY HENRY MATTHEW BURLAGE, Dean, College of Pharmacy KARL M. DALLENBACH, Professor of Psychology REYNOLDS GRIFFITH, Lecturer in Accounting and Finance WAYNE H. HOLTZMAN, Professor of Psychology HARRY L. KENT, JR., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering LEONARDT FERDINAND KREISLE, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering ARLIE RAY McTEE, Lecturer in Journalism DAVID SHANNON PRICE, Publications Production Manager, University Press JACK A. SCANLAN, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering JOHN G. STEELE, Director, Texas Union OFFICERS Fall Spring MARION DAVID STANDRIDGE Venerable Dean MARION DAVID STANDRIDGE MICHAEL WALTER MERRIMAN Senior Dean JAMES GEORGE DRAWERT EDWIN GRANT SCOTT, JR Junior Dean EDWIN GRANT SCOTT, JR. LOWRY LAMAR TIMS, JR Secretary ROBERT JAMES LOWE KIRKLAND G. SMITH Treasurer KIRKLAND G. SMITH FALL PLEDGES Barrett Harrison Barker. Abilene George Turner Bass, DeRidder, La. David Al Breed, Austin Ralph Johnson Castor, Houston Thomas Morris Daniel, La Marque Lindell Baker Entzminger, III, Houston Burtis Franklin Floyd, La Marque Richard York Funston, Long Beach, Calif. Earl Gene Gatlin, Waco Donnie Clyde Graham, Plainview James Michael Griffin, Houston Robert Michael Gump, Dallas Johnnie Jene Hering, McGregor Jack Owen Herrington, Clarksville Creed Lewis Hill, Wellington Henry Horace Hill, McGregor Larry Mitchell Hooper, Plainview Larry Glen Justiss, Mt. Pleasant Lowell Edward Long. La Marque Robert Buchanan Mayes, Sheridan Richard Wayne Mays, Midland Stanley Clifton McDonald, Austin James Colin Murphy, Austin James G. H. Ramsey, Austin Ronald Stephen Ripps, Las Vegas, Nev. Edward Dean Scruggs, Houston Terry Van Simons, Texas City Fred Robert Stern, Houston Warner Edward Stone, Texas City Gil James Thomsen, Anson Ray Huey Tucker, Morton Lewis Francis Van Landingham, La Marque Norman Alfred Vick, Fort Worth James Madison Williams, Fort Worth Roger Dudley Wilson, Palacios SPRING PLEDGES Alan Bruce Baird, Houston David Andrews Harris, Sweetwater Terry Gene Collins, Marshall Thomas Redginald Heard, Snyder Hugh Anthony Crosby, Kountze John Russell Hebert, Houston William Caswell Ward, Austin Top Row: Barker, Beauchamp, Box. Second Row: Breed, Britton, Castor. Third Row; Chappell, Cox, Craig. Fourth Row: Dalton, Daniel, Dodrill. Fifth Row: Drawer!, Dunn, Entzminger. Sixth Row: Floyd, fwunston, Catlin. Seventh Row : Donald Grjjham, Douglas Graham, Griff ID. Eighth Row: Guetersloh, Gump, S. Harris. Ninth Row: Hering, Herrington, C. Hill. Tenth Row: H. Hill, L. Hooper, Justisa. Eleventh Row: Lipscomb, Long, Lowe. Page 214 ACACJA ACAOA ACACJA MEMBERS Harold Donald Ard, Nacogdoches William B. Beauchamp, Goose Bay. Labrador Edward Donald Box, Fort Worth Charles Mark Britton, Corpus Christi David F. Chappell. Norwalk, Conn. Jerry Mack Cox. Levelland Robert M. Craig, Houston Travis Roy Crawford, Grandfalls John William Dalton. Houston William Lee Dodrill, Fort Worth James George Drawert, Fort Worth David Aden Dunn, Orange Douglas Claude Graham, Plainview James William Gibson, Dallas Ronnie Milton Guetersloh, Levelland Steve Wilson Harris. Austin Mike Austin Hatchell, Austin Boyd Wayne Henry, Elgin Walter Tom Henson, Dalhart William Henry Hooper, Plainview Robert Leroy Johns, Elmhurst, 111. Gregory Owen Lipscomb, Houston Top Row: Mayes, Mays, McConachie. Second Row: McDonald, Merriman, Moore. Third Row: Murphy, Murray, Nordeman, Fourth Row: Pierce, Ramsey, Richards. Fifth Row: Ripps, Rutherford, Scott. Sixth Row: Scruggs, Simons, Sims. Robert James Lowe, Houston Charles Robert McConachie, Austin Alonzo Perry McWilliams, Plainview Michael Walter Merriman, Throckmorton James Kay Moore, Houston Donald Wayne Murray, Houston Kenneth Warren Nordeman, Austin Edwin Franklin Pierce, Plainview Floyd Wesley Richards, Jr., Amarillo Robert Ring, Houston James Owen Rush, Texas City Donald Carter Rutherford, Waco Edwin Grant Scott, Jr., Dallas Joe Lloyd Sims, McGregor Kirkland G. Smith, Plainview Marion David Standridge, Teague Charles Leslie Stewart, Wills Point Ronald Lee Tatham, Levelland Donald Harrison Taylor, III, Houston Lowry Lamar Tims, Jr., Cleveland, Miss. Gary Owen Todd, Fort Worth Richard Hilton Van Winckel, Dallas Seventh Row; Smith, Standridge, Stern. Eighth Row: Stewart, Stone, Tatham. Ninth Row; Taylor, Thomsen, Tims. Tenth Row: Todd, Tucker, Van Landingham. Eleventh Row: Vick, Williams, Wilson. Page 215 EPSfLOM Pf ALFW EPSK-ON ' V AEF1 Pf Pf FACULTY JACK SPUND, Counseling Psychologist, Testing and Counseling Center OFFICERS Fall Spring HERMAN RINGLER Master JOE MAYER VICTOR JACOB YUDY GOODMAN Lieutenant Master GERALD ROBERT SMITH STUART FROST BAUM R us h Captain ROBERT LAWRENCE LEBOW MICHAEL NORMAN GOODMAN Scribe ERWIN SKIBELL JOE MAYER VICTOR Exchequer STUART FROST BAUM FALL PLEDGES Ronald Steven Block, San Antonio Marvin Joseph Brenner, San Antonio Howard Paul Dreyer, Houston David Gustav Epstein, Temple Philip David Fox, San Antonio Jerry K. Goldberg, Houston Shelby David Goodman, Houston David Greenfield, Temple Jerry Alan Harris, Waco Herbert Simon Hockman, Bellaire David Phillip Kapiloff, Houston Lee Nodler, Houston Stanley Allen Lack, McAllen Martin Robert Nathan, Houston Robert Nozick, Austin Hank Victor Radoff, Houston Burt Scolnick, Houston Ronald Morton Serber, San Antonio Stanley Sutkin, San Antonio David Milton Taub, Houston Harris Lee Zainfeld, Houston Marvin Baity Zimmerman, Fort Worth SPRING PLEDGES Mark E. Reichek, Houston Top Row: Baum, Bell. Second Roto: Block, Brenner. Third Row: Epstein, Fox. Fourth Row: J. Goodman, M. Goodman. Fifth Row: S. Goodman, Harris. Sixth Row: Hochman, Hoffman. Seventh Row: Kapiloff, Kasman. Eighth Row: Lack, Nathan. Ninth Row: Nozick. Page 216 EPSfLON Pf AUW EPSfLON Pf MEMBERS Stuart Frost Baum. San Antonio Jerome Allan Bell. Houston Gerald Wayne Benson. Dallas Lawrence Sheldon Fischman, Houston Richard Alan Fogel, Dallas Kenneth Roy Glaser. Dallas Jacob Yudy Goodman. Oil City, La. Michael Norman Goodman. Houston Melvin Hoffman. Hillsboro James Melvin Hogue, Dallas Franklin Gerald Kasman. Bay City Michael Klein, Austin Robert Lawrence Lebow. Houston Donald Love, Dallas Leslie Stephen Mendelsohn, Austin Robert Paul Perel, Victoria Steven Andrew Perel, Victoria Bernard Irving Rabinowitz, Galveston Herman Ringler, Denison Stuart Barry Robbins, Austin Abram Rosenberg. El Campo Erwin Skibell, Dallas Gerald Robert Smith. Waco Sheldon Stuart Smith. Austin Irwin Harry Steinhorn, Houston Jerry Joe Tabb, McAllen Joe Mayer Victor, Houston Herbert Wolfe Wizig, Waco Terry Paul Wizig, McAllen Lawrence Wayne Worth. Houston Robert Allen Worth, Houston f ' TC 3 Top Row: R. Perel, Radoff. Second Row: Ringler, Robbins. Third Rote; Rosenberg, Scolnik. Fourth Row: Serber, G. Smith. Fifth Row: Steinhorn, Sutkin. Sixth Row: Taub, Victor. Seventh Row: H. Wizig, T. Wizig. Eighth Row: L. Worth, R. Worth. Ninth Row: Zainfeld, Zimmerman. Page 217 - r .4 ; ; ATO FACULTY EDWARD GARLAND FLETCHER, Associate Professor of English W. PAGE KEETON, Dean, School of Law H. MALCOLM MACDONALD, Professor of Government, Liaison Officer for ROTC ERNEST WINFIELD WALKER, Associate Professor of Finance JAMES THOMAS WARD, Assistant Director of Admissions FRANK HARPER WARDLAW, Director, University Press OFFICERS Fall Spring FARRILE SCHMIDLER YOUNG, JR Worthy Master EMMETT EDRINGTON MOORE MICHAEL SULLIVAN MCARTHUR Worthy Chaplain ROBERT DWAIN FIELDS ROBERT LANE SIMS Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer . . . WILLIAM ARTHUR TEAGUE CLARENCE VAUGHAN BRAY Worthy Keeper of the Annals .... CLARENCE VAUGHAN BRAY HUBBARD SCOTT CAVEN Worthy Scribe WILLIAM JAMES GALBREATH FALL PLEDGES John Bryan Barnett, Marlin James Harold Bell, Houston Leslie Kurt Berkes, Houston Daniel Boone, Jr., Abilene Lawrence Patrick Boyle, Brownwood Stephen LaFleur Broussard, Houston Carl Melvin Carter, Port Arthur Rufus Harold Clement, Dallas Robert Royston Cook, Friendswood Thomas Wayne Cook, Edinburg John Lee Danner, Childress Edwin Theodore Davis, Baytown Arthur Coleman Eads, Dallas Milburn Lanham Emmons, Houston Rodger Hollis Fields, Edinburg Ernest Emil Figari, Beaumont Hugh Gayle Frith, Childress Kenny Lindsey Goldman, Dallas Charles Allen Green, Houston William Lyman Haines, San Antonio Ronnie Eddie Hendrix, Dallas Peter John Hennessey, III, San Antonio James Claude Henry, Houston Stephen Walter Hildebrand, Harlingen James Barry Holton, Jr., Dallas William Howard Kendall, Dallas Jack Caldwell Knox, Washington, D. C. James Frank Krivan, Uvalde William Warren Long, Dallas Byron Leaird McClellan, Gatesville Frank Douglas McMordie, Fort Worth Russell Osborne Mathews, Angleton Thomas Lynn Morgan, Port Arthur Robert Edward Oakley, Jr., San Antonio James Stark Ostler, Dallas James Ross Richardson, Houston Charles Peyton Ripley, Mercedes Benton Rutledge, Dallas James Ronald Stovall, Dallas William Arch Swank, Victoria Olen Ulesus Underwood, Channelview Walter Walthall, San Antonio John Amon Lee Weaver, Snyder 1 SPRING PLEDGES Charles Wayne Melton, Houston Donald Marshal Mills, Dallas Top Row: Archer, Barnett, Bell. Second Row: Blackmon, Boone, Boorman. Third Roto: Boyle, Bray, Briggs. Fourth Row: Broussard, Caldwell, Campbell, Fifth Row: Carter, Caven, Clement. Sixth Row: Comiskey, T. Cook, Dalton. Seventh Row: E. Davis, Duggan, Emmons. Eighth Row: Eads, R. D. Fields, R. H. Fields Ninth Row: Figari, Fleming, Frith. Tenth Row: Calbreath, Goldman, Green. Eleventh Row: Haines, Harris, Hennessey. Twelfth Row: Herren, Holton. Thirteenth Row: S. Johnson. Page 218 MEMBERS Albert Donald Abbott, Houston Frank Mulkey Abbott, Jr., Houston Willis Sherman Adcock, Beaumont Jim Choyce Allison, Houston Fred Norman Ankenman, Houston Richard Barton Anspacher, Dallas William Thomas Archer, Brady Maxie Willis Blackmon, Corpus Christi James Albert Boorman, III, Houston Brooks Gayle Bradford, Angleton Clarence Vaughan Bray, Port Arthur Larry Bateman Briggs, Houston Eddie Miller Burford, Edinburg Robert Kent Caldwell, Longview John Sutton Calhoun, Houston William Michael Campbell, Dallas Hubbard Scott Caven, Houston Joseph Dodson Clayton, Tulia Colin Jay Cole, Austin Ernest Allen Cole, III, Bellaire Franklin Hill Comiskey, Houston Gerald Glynn Crutsinger, Wichita Falls Charles Randolph Curson, Angleton Dewey Morrison Dalton, Dallas John Lee Davis, Houston James Wright Denison, Houston Robert Frederick Douds, Zanesville, Ohio John Winston Douglas, Houston Arthur Alexander Duggan, Littlefield Thomas Alan Dyke, Houston Robert Dwain Fields, Edinburg Thomas Wayne Fleming, Childress William James Galbreath, Houston James Donley Gardner, Austin Jay Henry Harris, Jr., Houston Thomas Hood Herren, Houston Otis Gillette Hill, Houston Don Dale Isett, Garland Roy Briley Johnson, Morton Stephen Withrow Johnson, Dallas Victor Scott Kneese, Dallas Top Row: Kendall, Kneese. Knox. Second Row: Krivan, Martin, Mathews. Third Row: McArthur, McConkey, McMordie. Fourth Row: Miller, Moore, Morgan. Fifth Row: Morrison, Oakley, Ostler. Sixth Row: Phillips, Poston, Price. Seventh Row: Reynolds, Richardson, Ripley. James Monroe Kruse, West Alonzo Leonard Lacey, Jr., Corpus Christi Robert Harold Laymon, San Juan Thomas Callaway Lea, IV, El Paso Gordon David Martin, Beaumont Michael Sullivan McArthur, Dallas Charles Oliver McBride, Houston Mike Thadius McConkey, Dallas William Robert Miller, Dallas Emmett Edrington Moore, Dallas Emmett Leigh Morrison, Jr., Brownsville Louis Keith Nelson, Jr., Beaumont Joseph Stephen Penner, Freeport James Ray Phillips, Angleton Robert Seeling Poston, Austin Charles Wesley Price, Irving Louis Millard Ratliff, Littlefield Edward George Reynolds, McAllen Donald Eugene Roper, Houston Frederick Henry Rutty, Jr., Port Arthur Henry Philip Schaefer, Schulenberg Eugene Walter Schutze, Austin Alfred Freddy Schweizer, Dallas Robert Perry Shapard, Dallas Wiley Joe Shaw, Troup Joseph William Sheehy, Tyler Robert Lane Sims, Houston Don Hargrove Smith, Houston George Wyndham Smith, Houston Jim Russell Smith, Houston Roy Bascom Smith, McAllen Phillip Warren Symons, San Antonio William Arthur Teague, Houston Thomas Tucker Toland, Dallas Warren Frank Tracy, Houston John Clayton Walling, Houston William Leonard Walton, Jr., Port Arthur James Roy White, Austin Hilliare Sinclair Wilder, Austin Farrile Schmidler Young, Jr., Houston 4tk Eighth Row: Rutledge, Rutty, Schaefer. Ninth Row: Schweizer, Shaw, Sheehy. Tenth Row: G. Smith, J. Smith, R. Smith. Eleventh Row: Stovall, Swank, Symons. Twelfth Row: Tracy, Walthall. Thirteenth Row: Weaver, Wilder. Page 219 FACULTY CARSON McGuiRE, Professor of Educational Psychology HARRY H. POWER, Professor of Petroleum Engineering THOMAS WHITEHEAD SHEFELMAN, Assistant Professor of Architecture JOE P. WITHERSPOON, JR., Professor of Law OFFICERS Fa WILLIAM DAVIS JORDAN . . . HOPPY ERIC HEIDELBERG . SHERIDAN TAYLOR GIBLER . ROBERT STILES PATTERSON DAN MICHAEL JOHNSON . Spring President ROBERT STILES PATTERSON . First Vice-President OTHEL WALKER OGDEN Second V ice-President LARRY ORMAN LITTLETON Third Vice-President MICHAEL REYNOLDS PEARSON Treasurer DAN MICHAEL JOHNSON FALL PLEDGES William Edward Burndrett, Dickinson Foster P. Copeland, Wichita Falls Richard Stafford Donoghue, Houston James Simpson Dyer, Fort Worth Samuel Hall Evans, Fort Worth Richard Dale Farmer, Wichita Falls Gary De France Grommon, Wichita Falls Harold Lonnie Harper, Jr., Houston Barry Jan Hruska, Waco L. Makkie Hruska, Waco Richard Larry Jordan, Austin Marvin Thomas Kubin, Texas City Sam Houston Lane, Fort Worth John Fredrick LeFlore, San Antonio Noros Howard Martin, Wichita Falls William Patrick McLean, Ponce, Puerto Rico George Richard Moyer, Jr., Henrietta James William Norman, Austin Alan Wade Pettis, Waco George Allan Phair, Houston William Neal Powers, Houston Paul Hoffman Rachal, Midland Jay Thomas Roe, Corsicana Michael William Simpson, Tyler Des Allen White, Houston Jack Howard Wigginton, Jr., Houston SPRING PLEDGES Michael Thomas English, St. Louis, Mo. George James Hieronymus, Jr., Dickinson Benjamin Reagan McLemore, III, Longview Top Row: Anderson, Atkinson, Barber. Second Row: Baty, Blake, Briggs. Third How: Burndrett, Campbell, Copeland. Fourth Row: Dannenbaum, Davenport, Davis. Filth Row: Dibrell, Disch, Dodson. Sixth Row: Dyer, Evans, Farmer. Page 220 John Damian Walz, Houston Joe Ed Morris, Jacksonville Lloyd Michael Shellhorn, San Antonio William Peyton Taylor, Fort Worth Seventh Row: Fisher, Funk, Gibler. Eighth Row: Grommon, Gross, Hanover. Ninth Row: Heidelberg, Hotchkiss, B. Hruska. Tenth Row: L. Hruska, Hullum, Huntress. Eleventh Row: Hurst, Johnson. BRA MEMBERS Andrew George Anderson, Houston Laurence Fred Atkinson, Fort Worth Joel Stephen Barber, Houston Donald Eugene Baty, Houston Ronald Wayne Blake, Wichita, Kans. Robert Connor Briggs, Houston Henry Villard Campbell, III, Lampasas Stanley Bradford Carruth, Austin Johnson Blair Cherry, Jr., Lubbock Thomas Eugene Cook, III, Palestine James Ross Crawford, Austin James Denny Dannenbaum, Houston David Thomas Davenport, Dallas John Oldrahm Davis Samuel Dotson Dibrell, Seguin William John Disch III, Austin James William Dodson, Pittsburgh, Pa. James Allen Evans, Fort Worth Kenneth Wayne Ferguson, Waco Stonewall Jackson Fisher, San Antonio David Edwin Foster, Palestine John Funk, Houston Sheridan Taylor Gibler, Waco Ralph Gillespie Greenlee, Midland James Vernon Grevelle, Waco Robert Leolin Gross, Corpus Christi William Gibson Hanover, Lufkin Hoppy Eric Hedelberg, Midland Charles Ewing Hickox, Jr., Yoakum Charles Anthony Hotchkiss, Wichita Falls Billy Don Hullum, Wills Point Logan Huntress, San Antonio John Clark Hurst, Lufkin Dan Michael Johnson, San Antonio William Davis Jordan, Palestine Ardon B. Judd, Houston William Kieth Kirkgard, Houston John George Kirkman, Houston Richard John Kocurek, San Antonio Ralph Henry Lander, San Antonio Henry Willard Lende, Rosemont, Pa. Top Row: R. Jordan, W. Jordan, Kirkman. Second Row: Lane, LeFlore, Lenker. Third Row: Martin, McClamroch, McDugald. Fourth Row: McKissick, McLean, Moyer. Fifth Row: Muir, Ogden, Pace. Sixth Row: Patterson, Pearson, Peterson. Robert Richard Lende, Rosemont, Pa. John Luther Lenker, Jr., Houston Jack Renfro Lesley, Wichita Falls Larry Orman Littleton, Dallas Donald Harris MacLaughlin, Houston Nathaniel Harris McClamroch, Shreveport, La. James Wallace McDugald, III, Houston William Ewing McKay, Fort Worth James Robert McKissick, Austin Arthur Edwin Moers, Houston John Gordon Muir, Jr., Dickinson Hal Kennedy Muldrow, Brownfield Othel Walker Ogden, Andrews John Howard Pace, Jr., Houston Michael Robertson Parker, Livingston Robert Stiles Patterson, Taylor Michael Reynolds Pearson, Dallas Ralph Ray Peterson, Houston Judson Hiram Phelps, Jr., San Antonio John Charles Pool, Jasper Edward Woolery Price, San Antonio Hal Francis Rachal, Jr., Midland Rufus Tate Ramsey, Houston John Byron Reese, Amarillo Walter Henry Reuter, Tyler Richard Merle Scott, Wichita Falls Clifford Perry Shankle, Jr., San Antonio John Kinsler Shaw, Austwell William Nick Sikes, Jacksboro Gerald Halton Simpson, Tyler Farrell Murray Smith, Austin William Thomas Speller, Tyler Joseph N. Staley, Jr., Wichita Falls Kenneth Deen Starnes, Jr., Austin Richard James Van Gorder, Fort Worth Ross William Vick, Jr., Austin Robert Mims Wilson, Waco John Worrell Winter, San Antonio William Edward Wise, Tyler Charles Michael Zeeck, Wichita Falls J Alfe Ilk Seventh Row: Pettis, Phair, Pool. Eighth Row: Powers, Price, Roe. Ninth Row: Scott, Shaw, G. Simpson. Tenth Row: M. Simpson, Starnes, White. Eleventh Row: Wigginton, Wilson, Zeeck. Page 221 | - - " " Iv ' S , V. o fwi CMPM cwr UHi HH I x t wr o fwf cwrwr cwtwi OFFICERS Fall Spring THOMAS ARMISTEAD BISHOP JOHN LEONARD CARLSON WILLIAM HERSCHEL CHOICE JERRY MAC DUNAGAN .... WILLIAM FREDRICK WALLACE CHARLES WARREN EISEMANN THOMAS ARMISTEAD BISHOP Social Chairman WILLIAM CALVIN ROYLE GENE ALLEN SHERROD Alpha JOHN LEONARD CARLSON Beta WILLIAM WORLEY LACE .Gamma LABAN W. WINGERT Delta LAWRENCE FORD BUTLER Epsilon WILLIAM CALVIN ROYLE Zeta FALL PLEDGES Howard David Brecht, Dallas Charles Brenner, III, Hous ' ton Colbert Nathaniel Coldwell, El Paso Edgar Hill Enochs, Mt. Pleasant Michael Eugene Fisher, Fort Worth Creston Henry Funk, Jr., San Antonio Forrest Charles Garling, Harlingen Eugene Austin Gibbs, Lufkin Larry Wayne Goldsmith, Dallas John Markham Green, Dallas Steven O ' Briant Green, Baird John Stanley Grube, Bellville James Nelson Gsell, Houston Randolph Clark Holloway, Brownwood William Lester Hutchins, Brownwood Monroe Wayne Jones, Dallas Rodney Patterson Kaufold, Dickinson Joseph Miller Kenworthy, III, Richardson William David Major, Dallas Richard James McAvoy, Lufkin Thomas Cope Newman, Fort Worth Woodward Clement Regan. Port Lavaca John D. Smith, McAllen Michael Asdit Scott, Midland Michael Louis Smith, Galena Park Frank Michael Stepczyk, Killeen Charles Willard Thomas, Austin William Fredrick Wallace, Houston James Walter Ward, Dickinson Tracy Hibbard Watson, San Antonio Bob Riley White, Dallas Levis Emmett Wiggins, Houston Top Row: Allen, Ball, Balthrop. Second Row: Bishop, Booth, Bowman. Third Row: Boyd, Brecht, Brenner. Fourth Row: Butler, Campbell, Carlson. Fifth Row: Choice, Coldwell, Dilworth. Page 222 Sixth Row: Dunagan, Dunaway, Eisemann. Seventh Row: Enochs, Ernst, Fulbright. Eighth Row: Funk, Carling, Goldsmith. Ninth Row: 1. Green, S. Green, Crube. Tenth Row: Gsell, Hilsher. O fPWf CRfwr o rwf Robert Charles Allen, Dallas Jack Johnson Ball, Jr., Fort Worth Granville Harold Balthrop, Dickenson Thomas Armistead Bishop, Uvalde Christopher Lee Bolton, Austin Jeffrey Alan Booth, Orange Robert Hunt Bowman, Baytown Jerry Mac Dunagan, Midland Douglas Arrington Boyd, Panhandle Russell Gladwin Burwell, Stevenville Lawrence Ford Butler, Fort Worth Darryl Glenn Campbell, Arlington John Leonard Carlson. Fort Worth William Herschel Choice, Houston Collett Broyles Dilworth, Jr., Austin James Ervin Dunaway, Houston Charles Warren Eisemann, San Antonio MEMBERS Robert Clinton Ernst, Huntsville Larry Allan Fulbright, El Paso Robert Lee Hilsher, Houston John Brett Kieffer, Omaha, Nebr. William Worley Lace, Fort Worth Jerry Edward Long, Bastrop James Boswell Newton, Jr., Rockdale Hal Corbin Norman, Jr., Fort Worth Lewis Forsythe Pennock, Austin William Calvin Royle, Lufkin Winston Keith Setzer, Nederland Gene Allen Sherrod, Bronte John Howard Sucke, III, Austin Claude Bradford Walker, Taylor, La. Herbert Armstrong Wells, III, Dickenson James Gary Whitehead, Odessa Laban W. Wingert, Elmira, N. Y. 4 14 Top Row: Holloway, Hutchins, Kaufold. Second Roto: Kenworthy, Kieffer, Lace. Third Row: Long, Major, McAvoy. Fourth Row: Newman, Newton, Norman. Fifth Row: Pennock, Regan, Royle. Sixth Row: Scott, Setzer, Sherrod. Seventh Row: Smith, Stepczyk, Sucke. Eighth Row: Thomas, Walker, Wallace. Ninth Row: Ward, Watson, Wells. Tenth Row: Whitehead, Wiggins, Wingert. Page 223 DEW CRf DEW CHI DEW CPf AX CW DEW CW DEW " k @l|k b - I T J Fa OFFICERS Spring DOYLE DARWIN KNIGHT ROBERT FILMORE GASKINS SHERWOOD CHUNG LYNN, JR B FRANK LEE BALDWIN RICHARD LEONARD CORSO C RICHARD LEONARD CORSO DAVID EDWARD ST. CLAIR D BILL FRANK COMISKEY WILLIAM HILL PRIDGEN . E . . GARY HOWARD MAYER PLEDGES Donald Canaday Ahnger, Spring Valley, 111. Walter Clyde Francis, Paris Bryan Irven Fugate, Jr., Kingsville Richard Neil Funk. Austin Monard Lamar Kinman, Jr., San Antonio Terry Lee Mahan, Fort Worth Bert Vee Massey, II, Brownwood Gary Howard Mayer, Houston James Morton Mordus, East Orange. N. J. John Bryan Quisenberry, Seymour James Harry Ross, Corpus Christ! Bruce Franklin Turner, Kingsville Top Row: Ahnger, Baldwin. Second Row: Carter, Comiskey Third Row: Corso, Craig. Page 224 Fourth Row: Francis, Fugate. Fifth Row: Funk, Gustafson. Sixth Row: Joseph. CRT CM cw DEW o r MEMBERS Frank Lee Baldwin, Jr., Ingleside William Harold Carter, Houston Bill Frank Comiskey, Houston Richard Leonard Corso, Houston William Allan Craig, Houston Herbert E. Evans. Fort Worth Robert Filmore Gaskins, Lakewood, Ohio Charles Richard Gustafson, Houston Lawrence Anthony Joseph, Burbank, Calif. Doyle Darwin Knight, Abilene Sherwood Chang Lynn, Jr., West Columbia Eugene Warren McWhorter, Longview James Henry Nunn, Sao Paulo, Brazil Otis Lyman Parchman, Luling William Hill Pridgen, San Antonio David Edward St. Clair, Seymour Garland Ray Shelton, Austin Clifton Ray Skipping, Goldthwaite David Atmar Smith, Victoria John Franklin Weeks, Austin Samuel Graves Wilcox, Abilene Michael A. Wiley, Dallas Top Row: Knight, Lynn. Second Row: Mayer, Mordus. Third Row: Nunn, Pridgen. Fourth Row: Quisenberry, Ross. Fifth Row: St. Clair, Shelton. Sixth Row: Skipping, Smith. Page 225 DEW DEW AKE EPSILON DEW FACULTY WILMER LAWSON ALLISON, Tennis Coach DANA X. BIBLE, Consulting Athletic Director, Intercollegiate Athletics THOMAS P. HARRISON, Professor of English km Ik Fall J. ROBERT TAYLOR OFFICER Housemanager Spring J. ROBERT TAYLOR FALL PLEDGES George Louis Bacarisse, Houston Jeff Bell Bryson, Corpus Christ! Shelby Tim Casey, San Antonio George Michael Cowan, Galveston John Yeldell Cox, Mexia Britt Talley Daniel, Temple Charles Denson Harrison, Austin Gary Bruce Kivell, Houston Mickey Jim Logan, Tucson, Ariz. Edward Tucker Muse, Austin Rodney Woods O ' Rourke, Houston Harry Hollis Oxspring, Houston John Brock Pevateaux, Houston James Anderson Ray, Houston Dan William Ryan, Galveston Marvin Alton Staggs, Abilene Malcolm Boyd Street, Graham Philip Coy Walden, Long Beach, Calif. John Ernest Walker, Galveston John Michael Woolen, Houston Charles Aubrey Eubanks, Odessa SPRING PLEDGES Lee Hancock, Jasper Wade Carney Griggs, Jasper Top Rom: Anderson, Bacarisse, Becker. Second Row; Berly, Bevill, Boykin. Third Row: Bratton, Brown, Bryaon. Fourth Row: Burrell, Casey, Glower, Fifth Row: Cowan, Cox, Creekmore. Page 226 Sixth Row: Daniel, Estess, Finley. Seventh Row: J. C. Fisher, Haragan, Harrison. Eighth Row: Hodge, Howard, Hurst. Ninth Row: Kamrath, King. KAFPA MEMBERS George Edward Allison, Jasper Robert Lynn Anderson, Bellaire Richard Arthur Becker, Abilene Patrick C. Bellamy, Houston James Frank Berly, III, Houston Tommy Ray Bevill, Monahans Marshall Edward Boykin, Abilene Alfred Bernard Brady, Hearne James Powers Branch, Overton Andrew Jackson Bratton, III, Barksdale A.F.B., La. Glen Vick Brown, Dallas Marvin Holloman Brown, III, Dallas Charles Egan Burrell, Houston James Albert Cauthorn, Juno Tommy Drew Cauthorn, Del Rio Charles Ruppert Church, Austin Ronald Lee Glower, Garland Brady Steele Coleman, Houston Merlyn Donald Cooper, Dallas Wynne Louis Creekmore, Jr., Houston Jack Russell Crockett, Midland Hugh Graydon Dunlap, Houston Michael Eggeling Estes, Houston Edward Scott Fehr, Austin Mark Hanna Finley, Austin Joe Jefferson Fisher, Jasper John Clark Fisher, Jasper William Michael Guckian, Lockhart Phillip Riggs Gully, Jr., Corpus Christi Patrick William Haragan, Houston Sigurd Wilson Hermansen, El Campo Byron Wilson Hodge, Del Rio James Fred Hofheinz, Houston Augustine LeClercq Hogan, Houston Shell Daniel Hogue, Bellaire Robert ' Morris Howard, Irving Thomas Raymond Hurst, Houston John A. Hutchison, III, Abilene William David Jensen, Austin Dan Pearson Jones, Houston Lewis Avery Jones, Houston John Robert Kamrath, Houston Charles William Keller, Austin Carl Baker King, Bogota, Colombia Top Row: Kivell, Knight, Logan. Second Row: Muse, O ' Rourke, Oxspring. Third Row: Park, Pate, Pevateaux. Fourth Rota: Ray, Ryan, Sayles. Fifth Row: Scarborough, Stafford. Staggs. Bruce Reed Knapp, Houston Frank Joseph Knapp, Jr., Houston Robert Edward Knight, Austin Gustavus A. Koerner, Houston John Wiley Link, Houston Marion Embree McDaniel, Jr., Houston William Hewitt Miracle, Houston William Henry Moody, Del Rio Spencer Mayo Murchison, Bellaire Dabney Glenn Park, Jr., Houston John Woodrow Pate, Alpine John Foster Pettit, Del Rio Franklin Ace Pickens, Odessa Frank Marion Putman, Jr., Houston James Hogg Rogers, Austin James Henry Sayles, Abilene Charles Davis Scarborough, Abilene Walter Ronny Schuchard, Abilene Thomas Earl Scott, Abilene Thomas Perry Scott, Coleman Andrew J. K. Smith, Houston Albert Harrison Stafford, Edna Carl L. Stephanow, Jr., Houston Richard Eugene Stephanow, Houston Dunklin Augustus Sull ivan, Centerville John Bevill Talley, Beaumont Bruce Cameron Taylor, Dallas James Owen Taylor, III, Juno John Edward Taylor, Juno J. Robert Taylor, Houston 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 Woodrow Wilson Weir, Moab, Utah David Lee Williams, Dallas Richard Samuel Williams, Pecos Joseph Bruce Willis, El Campo Henry Kissinger Woodard, Del Rio Robert William Wuest, Seguin n r% jc ,A dfn ff " 5 w V k. Sixth Row: Stephanow, Street, Talley. Seventh Row: B. Taylor, J. Taylor, Tredennick. Eighth Row: Turner, Walden, Walker. Hinth Rom: Weir, R. Williams. Page 227 DEW SIGMA PU DEUA A t wr FACULTY JAMES OLIVER BRAEUTIGAM, Assistant Manager, Men ' s Residence Halls OFFICERS Fall Spring WLLIAM BENTON SULLIVANT President WILLIAM BENTON SULLIVANT GAIL EDMUND JOHNSON Vice-President GAIL EDMUND JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL REHDER Secretary CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL REHDER DALE EUGENE JOHNSON Treasurer DALE EUGENE JOHNSON BOBBY WAYNE LABOUNTY . . .Rush Chairman. . . GAIL EDMUND JOHNSON Mickey H. R. Bentley, Austin Daniel William Flyge, Houston Wesley H. Hocker, Corpus Christi Arthur Lawrence Lochran, Lowell, Mass. Jimmy Joseph McAfee, Edna Earl Leon Meurer, Victoria James Wilbern Moore, Alvin % Henry Newton Bell, III, Bastrop David George Bland, Jr., Austin James Wesley Haas, Jr., Stamford FALL PLEDGES Edward Charles Nytko, Chicago. 111. Calvin Chapman Owens, Wichita Falls Thomas Irving Pearl, Upper Saddle River, N. J. Ernest Vinson Scheihagen, Dallas Samuel Franklin Vale, Rio Grande City Clinton Ray Werner, San Antonio Cleaburn Roy Zwernemann, La Grange SPRING PLEDGES Gary Lewis Hagman, Weatherford Vernon Joseph Morgan, Houston James Byron Robb, Dallas Top Row: Blair, Holding. Second Roto: Bownds, Cartlidge. Third Row: Cutter, Flyge. Fourth Row: Henderson, Hocker. Fifth Row: Huffman, Hunt. Sixth Row: D. Johnson, G. Johnson. Seventh Row: LaBounty, Lochran. Eighth Row: Maddock. Ninth Row: McAfee. Page 228 PWf QGfiAA Wf MEMBERS Bobby J. Blair, Austin James McCollum Bolding, Athens Billy W. Bownds, Lubbock Patrick Ward Campbell, Paducah Aubrey Ronald Cartlidge, Austin Charles Chaunceford Creager, HI, Austin Irving Taylor Cutter, III, Austin Laurence David Fortin, Woodstock, 111. Robert Lee Henderson, Austin George Lloyd Huffman, Marshall Gary Webb Hunt, Dallas James Guidry Jeter, Marshall Dale Eugene Johnson, Brownsville Gail Edmond Johnson, Brownsville Bob Wayne LaBounty, Austin Paul Randall Maddock, Fort Worth John Wesley Paul, Dickenson Charles Gustavus Peterson. III. Galveston Robert Lee Pinkston, Austin Ronald Buford Pruitt, Longview Christopher Michael Rehder, Austin John Robert Sardo, San Antonio Leslie Vernon Stark. Forney William Benton Sullivant, Gainesville Terry Ralph Tippitt, Austin Dennis Peter Tishlias, Dallas John Konrath Van Dyck, Austin Robert James Whitley, Ozona Top Row: Meurer, Moore. Second Row: Nytko, Paul. Third Row: Pearl, Peterson. Fourth Row: Pinkston, Pruitt. Fifth Row: Rehder, Sardo. Page 229 Sixth Row: Scheihagen, Stark. Seventh Row: Sullivant, Tisblias. Eighth Row: Werner. Ninth Row: Zweremann. DEW W DEW DEW W D ATA DEW W DEW DEWW FACULTY KENT WHEELER KENNAN, Professor of Music OFFICERS Fall Spring Ross RICHARD CARTER President ARTHUR WESLEY ADAMS JOHN LEGORY MURCHISON V ice-President WALTER DEAN HESTER SAM LERERT GUYLER Treasurer JOHN HARVEY HUDSPETH JOHN DESMOND HUGHES Corresponding Secretary PHILLIP ALLEN LEONARD EARL BREWER BOYANTON, JR Recording Secretary PETER MICHAEL LOWRY FALL PLEDGES Edward Ralph Barron, Austin Reagan Franklin Bradshaw, Lufkin Joseph Patrick Byrd, Crystal City William Alex Clark, Austin Otis Fielding Cochran, Stamford Dan Murchison Craddock, Dallas Donald Robert Curry, Pampa John Jay Driscoll, Jr., Galveston Michael Ray Eledge, Austin Bobby Frank Gamblin, Stamford Rodney Meredith Green, Austin William Dudley Gross, Austin Bernard Kramer Guyler, Crystal City Roy Maxwell Hall, Austin Harvey Tevis Herd, Midland Alfred Blakley Jones, Jr., Hallsville George Walter Jordan, Corpus Christi William Carroll Keach, Robstown Michael Edward Keasler, Grand Prairie Lamar Eugene Lawson, Port Arthur SPRING PLEDGES Joseph Rene Barsalou, III, Baytown Judson James Hardy, Galena Park Wayne Richard Harkins, Austin Don Ellis Leonard, San Antonio James Morris Muse, Paris Ben Nelson, San Antonio John William Odam, Abilene Robert Earl Penn, Midland Richard Raymond Peterson, Austin- Richard Joseph Popps, Austin Keith Bernard Reed, Dallas Russell Richard Roby, Amarillo Lawrence Shannon Smith, Dallas David Michael South, Midland George Robert Stone, San Antonio Paul Alan Stotts, Dallas Courtney Mack Townsend, Paris Joe Bill Watkins, Llano Stephen Floyd Weger, Paris Leo Horace White, Austin David Neal Winkles, Abilene Robert Wayne Witt, Sweetwater James Harbert Woolen, Columbus Anthony Lee Kerry, Seguin Ralph Edd Krieger, Abilene Walter Strong Moseley, Jr., Ralston, Nebr. Stephen Walker Radford, Texas City Top Row: Anderson, Birdwell, Boyanton. Second Row: Bradshaw, Bradley, Brizzolara. Third Row: Bryson, Byrd, Carter. Fourth Row: Cochran, Constantine, Craddock. Fifth Row: Craig, Curry, Dietz. Sixth Row: Driscoll, Eledge, Evans. Page 230 Seventh Row: Gamblin, Graham, Green. Eighth Row: W. Gross, E. Harris, Hayes. Ninth Row: Herd, Hudspeth, Hughes. Tenth Row: A. Jones, B. Jones, Jordou. Eleventh Row: Keach, Keasler. Twelfth Row: Lawson, Leadbetter. DEW DEW W DEW MEMBERS Arthur Wesley Adams, Midland Richard Wayne Allen, Travis Thomas Richard Anderson, Port Lavaca Richard C. Barnes, Dublin John Lawrence Bell, Beaumont Phillip Foster Benson, San Antonio Lloyd Willis Birdwell, Dallas Earl Brewer Boyanton, Jr., Port Arthur James Howard Bradley, Hereford Franklin William Brizzolara, Jr., Houston Barry Lee Bryson, Houston Ross Richard Carter, Edinburg James Thomas Cockrell, Hillsboro Paul David Constantine, Waco Michal Barry Gotten, Austin Preston Garrett Craig, Austin Walter Robert Grain, Dallas Charles Wade Cromwell, Stamford John Thomas Davis, Waco John Walter Dietz, Waco Robert William Dowd, Austin Thomas N. Dunnam, Jr., Cleveland Roderick Tarlton Edens, Jr., Austin Gerald Monty Evans, Houston Douglas Neal Fullilove, Luling William Ernest Gattis, Austin Samuel Charles Giesey, Midland Leon Norrod Graham, Austin Terry Duion Gross, Galveston Sam Lerert Guyler, Crystal City R. A. Haberman, Austin James V. Hammett, Jr., Lampasas Maynard Bartow Harris, Waxahachie Edwin S. Harris, Waxahachie Timothy Alden Hayes, Longview James Carroll Herring, Jr., Waco Walter Dean Hester, Austin Patrick 0. Higgins, Austin Jon Michael Hill, Houston Michael John Hinton, Amarillo John Harvey Hudspeth, Atlanta Top Roto: Leeper, D. Leonard, P. Leonard. Second Row: Lowry, Mazzare, McGill. Third Row: Minis, Muse, Odam. Fourth RoutJ Payne, Peon, Peterson. Fifth flow: Popps, N. Price. W. Price. Sixth Row: Reed, Rivers, Roby. John Desmond Hughes, Houston Robert C. Hunter, Abilene John Holmes Jenkins, Beaumont Burnham Benjamin Jones, Texarkana Herbert Ray Jones, Midland Richard Page Keeton, Austin Michael G. Kirkpatrick, Dallas William Frederick Klug, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jerry Lynn Leadbetter, Donna Charles Stevenson Leeper, Midland Phillip Allen Leonard, San Antonio Peter Michael Lowry, Austin Thomas Rush Mast, Midland James Donald Mayo, Taft Robert Bruce Mazzare, Raymondville Melbern Dale McGill, Houston James Luther Mims, III, San Antonio John LeGory Murchison, Waco David Dean Nunneley, Midland Robert Milton Payne, Stamford Ned Price, Jr., Austin Walter Thomas Price, III, Amarillo Edward Benton Reeves, Amarillo Curtis Ray Rivers, Dallas Robert Alan Ross, Austin Samuel Ira Rosson, Midland William Crocker Su Clair, Midland Marion Sanford, Jr., Lubbock Bill W. Scott, Italy Charles Edgar Sims, Austin William James Smith, Sacramento, Calif. Joseph Campbell Sparks, Austin Sam Sparks, Austin Charles Dan Talbert, Texas City Peyton Lambeth Townsend, Dallas Robert Allen Venable, Amarillo Robert Graham Watts, Jr., San Antonio William Allen White, Abilene Thomas Daniel Wilten, Port Arthur Robert Louthan Wynne, Houston Thomas Escdrige York, Amarillo Hi t.t Seventh Row: ROM, St. Clair, Sanford. Eighth Row: L. Smith, W. Smith, Stone. Ninth Row: Stotts, Townsend, Watkins. Tenth Row: Watts, Weger, L. White. Eleventh Row: W. White, Winkles, Witt. Twelfth Row: Woolen, Wynne. Page 231 f rSfy jj k , S i SBfej AV UPSfLON UPQ fLCN FACULTY CHARLES T. CLARK, System Personnel Advisor, Office of the Chancellor KARL M. DALLENBACH, Professor of Psychology PARKER FIELDER, Professor of Law BENJAMIN HOWARD HIGGINS, Professor of Economics R. GOMMEL RoESSNER, Professor of Architecture DARRELL K. ROYAL, Head Football Coach A OFFICERS Fa Spring LARRY JACK EDGEMAN President LARRY JACK EDGEMAN WELDON KEENE MCDONALD Vice-President .... WELDON KEENE MCDONALD THOMAS WILLIAM PRESCOTT ...... Treasurer THOMAS WILLIAM PRESCOTT KYNN MONROE COLE Corresponding Secretary KYNN MONROE COLE ELDON LEWIS JONES Recording Secretary ELDON LEWIS JONES FALL PLEDGES Errold Glen Archer, Spearman Larry Gordon Barnard, Garland David Daryl Barton, Dallas Charles Byron Behrens, Houston Lawrence Donald Brady, Jr., Dallas Richard Coulter Bryan, Dallas Charles Dickey Carr, Dallas Julliard Vernet Carr, Jr., Dallas Randal Robert Craft, Jr., Garland William Webster Green, Amarillo Joe David Haralson, Wichita Falls Harvey Lee Haynes, Jr., Anahuac Dennis Garfield Heflin, III, Houston Timothy Drath Heins, Dallas Malcolm Lee Hudson, Wichita Falls Edward Llewellyn Hughes, Dallas Eugene Lewis Hunt, Dallas Harold Glenn Jones, Jr., Abilene Gerald Conrad Lund, Santa Maria, Calif. James David Mann, Amarillo Edgar Allen Miller, Dallas Michael George Mitchell, Austin John Mack Orr, Dallas Raymond Alston Rimkus. San Antonio William Henley Swilley, Houston Raymond Earl Tyra, Midland Randolph Clark Zuber, Amarillo SPRING PLEDGES Glenn Curtiss McAdams, Gordenville Gus Harry Pappas, Dallas Top Row: Archer, Bailey, Barnard. Second Row: Behrens, Bell, Barton. Third Row: Brady, Bryan, C. Carr. Fourth Row: Charless, Cole, Collier. Fifth Row: Craft, Edgeman, Finney. Page 232 Sixth Row: Garnett, Glass, Green. Seventh Row: Grissett, Haley, Haralson. Eighth Row: Harwell, H. Haynes. Ninth Row: Heflin, Heins. DEW UPCILOM DEW upfLON ' 7 AT MEMBERS Miles C. Anderson, San Antonio Edgar Daniel Bai ley, Rusk David Henry Bell, Houston Phillip Calvin Cezeaux, 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 Robert Dean Earp, El Paso Larry Jack Edgeman, Odessa Charles Marshall Finney, Dallas Wesley Harold Garnett, Spearman Donald Michael Gerrard, Muleshoe Henry Oren Getchell, Silsbee Thomas Westbrook Glass, Odessa John David Grissett, Midland Donald William Haley, Davenport, Iowa Anthony Lee Harwell, Houston James Alan Haynes, Tyler King Colville Hoermann, Seguin Douglas Warren Howell. Amarillo Eldon Lewis Jones, Houston John William Klein, Houston Gerald Bevan Larson, Dallas Weldon Keene McDonald, Dallas Stewart Hayes Newland, Houston Kerry H. O ' Quinn, Austin Norman Dean Oswald, Dallas Thomas William Prescott, Jr., Anahuac Van Worth Robinson, Dallas Jack Lee Royal, San Antonio Robert Thomas Ryan, Seguin Vernon Lee Shelton, San Antonio Marshall McWilliams Smylie, Dallas James Quay Snell, Houston Sterling Norman Sorrell, Laredo Donald Luther Sparks, Amarillo David Woods Tees, New Braunfels Walter Grenville Tibbitts, Dallas Sydney Lynn Williams, Amarillo Top Row: Hoermann, Howell, Hudson. Second Row: Hughes, E. Jones, H. Jones. Third ROUJ: Larson, Lund, Gelli Lawrene Madlener. Fourth Row: McDonald, Miller, Mitchell. Fifth Roto: Newland, O ' Quinn, On. Sixth Rota: Rirnkus, Robinson, Snell. Seventh Row: Sorrell, Sparks, Swilley. Eighth Rote: Tees, Tibbitts. Ninth Row: Tyra, Zuber. Page 233 KAPPA ALFW KAPPA ALPW4 KA H o FACULTY CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Supervisor, Track Program DANIEL A. PENICK, Professor Emeritus of Classical Languages, Tennis Coach Emeritus JOSEPH ROYALL SMILEY, President of the Main University OFFICERS Spring LUTHER EDWARD SCOTT, III FRANK AVERY MITCHELL EDWARD BRADFORD PICKETT EDWARD BRADFORD PICKETT JAMES LEEPER HAWLEY WILLIAM GEORGE WILSON WILLIAM GEORGE WILSON IV. JOHN WILLIAM HARRIS WILLIAM JOHN PATTON V . . JOHN SINCLAIR HARTMAN FALL PLEDGES Neil McLean Bowie, Houston Allen Eugene Brandenburg, Dallas Joe Mack Bridges, Sundown Myers Olin Campbell, Waxahachie Richard Pendleton Carr, Jr., San Antonio George Dewar Case, San Antonio Alan Eugene Coffey, Dallas Stephen Critchlow Davol, Austin David Warren Dusenberry, Dallas Jon Grant Ford, San Antonio James Arthur Glidewell, III, Garland James Edgar Goodnight, San Antonio Russell Randy Grace, Fort Worth James Stewart Hearne, Dallas Thomas Buckner Hightower, Liberty Phillip Gordon Hinson, Mt. Pleasant Harmon Harold Howze, Grand Prairie Norvell Killion, San Antonio William Keene Marshall, Austin John Dee McStay, Vernon Joseph Michael Metschan, Austin Jeff Charles Nesrsta, San Antonio Richard Edmund Pickle, Garland Covan Rodney Shultz, Midland Alan L. Sleeper, Dallas Robert Draper Sohn, San Antonio Gary Eugene Tedford, Garland Robert Earl Walker, Breckenridge Raymond Mikel Westwood, San Antonio Clark Campbell Wren, III, Austin Paul Alec Wright, San Antonio Wilson Gordon Dickinson, Big Spring Robert Carlton Hogue, San Antonio SPRING PLEDGES David Lewis Webb, Odessa Eugene Kurtz, San Antonio Philip C. Shadwick, San Antonio Top Row: 1. M. Bailey, J. W. Bailey, Barrier. Second Row: F. Bell, M. Bell, Brand.-nburg. Third Row: Bruns, Byrd, M. Campbell. Fourth Row: Carr, J. Case, Clark. Fifth Row: A. Coffey, J. Coffey, Cope. Sixth Row: Cox, Crow, Davol. Page 234 Seventh Row: Driver, Dusenberry, Edwards. Eighth Row: Fielder, French, Gallimore. Ninth Row: Glidewell, Goodnight, Grace. Tenth Row: Gumm, Hanson, Harris. Eleventh Row: J. Hart, Hartman, Harvey. Twelfth Row: 1. R. Hawley, Hearne, Herring. Grant Arnold Adkins, Wichita Falls Thomas Temple Allen, Lufkin Samuel Edward Allison, Wichita Falls Ralph Williamson Alspaugh, Fort Sam Houston Gary Allen Babb, Shreveport, La. Joe Murray Bailey, Austin John Wesley Bailey, Garland James Lipscomb Ballard, III, Fort Worth Alvis Layton Barrier, Mineral Wells Francis Folsom Bell, Dallas Malcolm James Bell, Jr., Houston Richard Frederick Bellows, San Antonio Joe Henry Brung, Austin Clifton Byrd, Jr., Houston Charles Harvey Campbell, Seguin James Howard Case, Jr., Dallas George Edward Clark, Breckenridge Jerry Cutler Coffey, Dallas John Robert Cope, San Angelo Frank Herlin Cox, Austin Christopher Crow, Austin Ronald Siddall Driver, San Antonio Benny Eugene Edwards, Big Spring James Edgar Fielder, Lockhart Albert Henry Fink, Dallas William Allen French, Big Spring Michael Morrison Fulton, San Antonio Max Gallimore, Crosbyton Campbell Houston Gillespie, Sherman Roger Lamar Gose, San Antonio Hix Green, III, San Antonio Tuck Clayton Gumm, Fort Worth John Allen Hall, Jr., Weatherford Brian Peyton Hanson, San Antonio John William Harris, Jr., San Antonio George Thomas Hart, Jasper Joseph Hill Hart, Austin John Sinclair Hartman, Silsbee Ralph Christian Harvey, Wichita Falls J ames Leeper Hawley, Dallas Joe Rosser Hawley, Dallas Sidney Ashton Heatley, Austin John Anthony Herring, Vernon David Lindsay Hodgdon, Dallas Kenneth Earl Holland, Bluffton Charles Wagner Hummel, San Antonio Top Row: Hightower, Holland, Johnion. Second Row: Jones, Killion, Maer. Third Row: Malonc, McStay, Melby. Fourth Row: Merrill, Metschan, Meyer. Fifth Row: Mitchell, Moore, Nowotny. Sixth Row: Payne, Pickett, Pickle. Hanson Kelly Ireland, III, Midland David Bascomb Johnson, Garland Joe Lee Jones, Midland John Kennedy, Lufkin Lowell Henry Leberman, Commerce Kemp Maer, Jr., Houston Don Ross Malone, Vernon Curtis Washington Meadows, Jr., Dallas Everett Kinne Melby, El Paso Paul Steele Merrill, Garland Albert Whitehead Meyer, Midland Frank Avery Mitchell, III, Wichita Falls Wallace Everett Moore, San Antonio Michael Anderson Myers, Olney Richard Leedom Nelson, Jr., Wichita Falls Edward Lee Niehaus, San Antonio Monroe Ben Nowotny, San Antonio Charles Henry Page, III, Austin William John Patton, Austin Banyan Wyle Payne, Houston Edward Bradford Pickett, Liberty Edward Randall Reed, Austin Jerry Robert Reed, Austin Ritchie Hocker Reed, Austin Thomas Glen Richard, Beaumont William Leon Rivers, Elgin James Edward Roberts, Houston William Ray Robinson, Wichita Falls Joel Henry Robuck, Dallas Carl James Ryberg, La Marque John Boaz Sartain, Dallas Luther Edward Scott, III, Lancaster Robert Fleming See, Jr., Dallas Robert Webb Sherrill, Dallas John Edwin Smith, Jr., Weatherford Peter Stultz, Longview Barry Allen Thompson, Fort Worth Curry Vogelsang, San Antonio Charles Newton Warren, San Antonio Kenneth Hailey Wax, Houston Ronnie Lee Wiist, Wichita Falls Richard Williamson, Houston William George Wilson, Wichita Falls Mabry David Wolverton, Wichita Falls Lee Kent Womack, Wichita Falls Layton Zant Woodul, Lamesa Seventh Row: J. Reed, Robinson, Robuck. Eighth Row: Ryberg, See, Sherrill. Ninth Row: Shullz, Sleeper, Smith. Tenth Row: Tedford, Westwood, Williamson. Eleventh Row: Wilson, Wolverton, Womack. Twelfth Row: Woodul, Wren, Wright. Page 235 ' KAPPA . . v T ' W JM 1 riii KI KAPPA FACULTY HENRY WILSON CHAPMAN, Swimming Coach ERNEST R. HARDIN, Assistant Professor of Speech FRANK HALLAM LYELL, Associate Professor of English STUART A. MACCORKLE, Professor of Government EDWIN BOOTH PRICE, Director of Student Activities HARRY HUNTT RANSOM, Chancellor, The University of Texas OFFICERS Fall Spring GEORGE YOUNG SIDDONS, JR Grand Master THOMAS PATRICK CAGLE JAMES VINCENT CARROLL, III ... Grand Procurator TIM ALLEN JOHN DICKSON ROGERS Grand Scribe JOHN DICKSON ROGERS FRED BUFORD DICKEY. JR. . Grand Master of Ceremonies. . . THOMAS KYLE WARD ALLEN TUCKER WILLIS . . Grand Treasurer . . ALLEN TUCKER WILLIS FALL PLEDGES Michael Herbert Allen, Houston Paul Eugene Andrews, Fort Worth Ronald Mayson Bankhead, Dallas Bruce Terry Beyette, Fort Worth William Shelton Blair, Dallas John Edward Chambers, Fort Worth Ralph Willis Clary, Cisco Herschel Frank Connally, Waco Herbert Eldridge Dickey, Fort Worth David Malcolm Dudley, Houston James John Eliot, Midland Robert Ballou Farmer, Austin Perry Herman Finger, Hebbronville Robert Allen Gardner, Houston Richard Nash Gould, Galveston Joseph Clifford Gunter, Fort Worth Mark Lafayette Hart, Fort Worth Lewis Lee Hensley, III, Henderson Robert Melburn Hopson, Houston Robert Boyd Hudspeth, Houston Robert Andrew Ibsen, Arlington John Charles Kriegel, Houston William Lynn Lester, Ho.uston Joe Kenneth Longley, Fort Worth James Nelson Manley, Houston James Granville Martin, Wharton James Molloy McCarroll, Fort Worth Fred Hagen McMahon, Jr., Midland Gatlin LeRoy Mitchell,- Fort Worth Philip Cebern Musgrave, Jr., San Antonio Jack Cecil Provine, Fort Worth Charles Edgar Putman, Cleburne Johnston Reinhart, Fort Worth James Sydney Sebastian, Wharton Kerry Don Shawell, Houston Hugo Frederick Treschwig, Jr., Seabrook Robert S. Wade, El Paso Justin Castania White, Houston John Thornton Wilson, West Point Charles William Winter, Cleburne SPRING PLEDGES James Michael Bryant, Weimer Robert Warren Crouch, Gladewater Robert Weldon Morris, Houston Larry Swan Wright, Bastrop Top Row: M. Alien, T. Allen, Andrews, ( ' . Ban kh pad. Second Row; R. Bankhead, Beyette, Blair, Borgers. Third Row: Brain a rd, Brown, T. Butler, Cagle. Fourth Rotv : J. Carroll, Chambers, Chaney, Clary. Fifth Row: Cochran, Connally, Cravens, D. Davis. Sixth Row: Denny, F. Dickey, H. Dickey, Dudley. Page 236 Seventh Row: Edmundson, Eliot, Farmer, Finger. Eighth Row: Gardner, Gillespie, Goldstein, Gunter. Ninth Row: Hart, Hartenslein, Hensley, Hill. Tenth Roto: Hopson, Ho well, Hudspeth. Eleventh Row: Ibsen, Jackson. KAFPA KAPPA MEMBERS Tim Allen, Oklahoma City, Okla. Malcolm G. Baker, Houston Charles Herbert Bankhead, Dallas Robert Bernard Borgers, Fort Worth Robert Hall Brady, Houston Daniel Reed Brainard, Dallas Lewis Edward Brazelton, Houston Kay Lonis Brockermeyer, Fort Worth Ivan Ellis Brown, Beaumont Duncan Tellef Butler, Houston Tom Kelly Butler, Houston Thomas Patrick Cagle, Houston Gale Garth Carroll, Austin James Vincent Carroll, III, Houston Thomas Michael Cassin, San Antonio Charles Robert Chaney, Jr., Cleburne John Robert Cochran, Jr., Fort Worth Ralph Thomas Cravens, Arlington Daniel Stone Davis, Amarillo Tom Martin Davis, Houston John Coleman Dawson, Houston KJeber Jennings Denny, Fort Worth Fred Buford Dickey, Jr., Fort Worth Jesse Wright Edmundson, III, Houston John Harrell Feldt, Houston Don Francis Gillespie, Houston Lon Michael Golstei.n, Fort Worth Charles Oscar Hartenstein, Seguin Ludolph William Heiligbrodt, Bay City James Edwin Hill, Jr., Houston Joseph Sharber Howell, III, Grand Prairie Donald Joseph Jackson, Dallas Thomas Paul Jacomini, Houston John Kinney Kane, Houston James Antony Kelly, Houston William Carroll Kelly, Freer Robert Carter Kline, Fort Worth Junious Maurice Kyle, III, Orange Gary Erroll London, Oklahoma City, Okla. Julian Lyles, Jr., Austin Thomas Rambaut McDade, Austin Vaughn Watkins McLeod, Galveston Fred Charles Meyer, Devine Alan Huntress Minter, San Antonio Richard Wesley Moncrief, Fort Worth Dan McMillan Moody, Houston Richard Woods Morris, Fort Worth William Southwell O ' Donnell, Houston Robert Sam Parks, Houston James West Patterson, Houston Edwin Jones Peet, San Antonio Robert Lee Pettit, Fort Worth Philip Hamilton Pritchett, Dallas Lloyd Lester Rigby, Grand Prairie Hamilton Paul Rogers, Jr., Fort Worth John Dickson Rogers, Fort Worth Michael Ray Rooke, Fort Worth Edward Washington Rose, Dallas James Frederick Scott, Fort Worth George Young Siddons, Jr., Fort Worth Larry D. Sikes, Dallas Steve Royall Smiley, Austin Frank Ford Smith, Austin Robert Daniel Spellings, Fort Worth Steve Douglas Strickland, Abilene Cleaves Rhea Thompson, Fort Worth William Sidney Vaughn, Bay City Robert Stirling Vineyard, Wharton Thomas Kyle Ward, Lake Charles, La. Wade Hoyt Whilden, Houston Robert Allen White, Fort Worth Norman True Whitlow, Belton Allen Tucker Willis, Austin Top Row: Kane, J. Kelly, Kline, Kriegel. Second Row: Kyle, Lester, Longley, Manley. Third Raw: Martin, McCarroll, McMahon, Mitchell. Fourth Row: Moncrief, Musgrave, Patterson, Pettit. Fifth Row: Prilchell. Provine, Pulman, Reinhart. Sixth Row: ]. Rogen, Rooke, Scott, Sebastian. " T Seventh Row: Shawell, Siddons, Smiley, Spellings. Eighth Row: Strickland, Treschwig, Vaughn, Vineyard. Ninth Row: Wade, Ward, ]. White, R. White. Tenth Row: Whitlow, Willis. Eleventh Row: Wilson, Winter. Page 237 CRf AUW AXA FACULTY CURTIS JACKSON ALDERSON, Associate Professor Emeritus of Physical and Health Education ROBBIN COLYER ANDERSON, Professor of Chemistry CHESTER ALWYN BARR, Social Science Research Associate, Department of Research in Texas History RHEA HUGHSTON WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Physical and Health Education OFFICERS Fall Spring PAT WARD DAVIS High Alpha REX JAMES SPIVEY JOHN WHEELER BARGER High Beta ANTHONY Voss PFANNKUCHE ROBERT EDWIN EIKEL High Gamma CHARLES PATRICK O ' FERRALL REX JAMES SPIVEY High Tau RODMAN EDWARD GORMAN LARRY DUNCAN THOMPSON High Delta LARRY DUNCAN THOMPSON FALL PLEDGES James Benjamin Bynum, Amarillo Presley Howard Chalmers. Jr., Houston Byron Eugene Cole. Dallas Charles Harvey Cornwell, Marlin William Robert Gotham, Marlin Bobby Gene Diggs, Amarillo David Walter Eckman, Austin John Roger Edens, Waco Winfield Streater Fowler, Austin Herbert Leroy Gannett, Jr., Fort Worth Edward Gordon Goss, Gainesville Henry James Ireland. Wichita Falls Hubert Dee Johnson, Jr., Dallas Robert George Kirkpatrick, Houston Gary Lee Lawson, Austin James Snowden Maddux, III, Beaumont Johnny Mack Moseley, Sherman Robert Turner Norwood, Mineral Wells George Priestley Parker, Jr., Pacific Palisades, Calif. Sam David Parker, Orange William Heinz Ratz, Houston Morris Marcus Reese, Cotulla John Caleb Sewell, Jr., Dallas Douglas MacArthur Simmons, Austin William Jasper Sowers, Jr., Rockdale Frank Beeler Stahl, Midland Trenton William Wann, Bellaire Carter John Ward, Fort Worth William Arthur Wharton, II, Fort Worth Thomas Albert Wolters, Jr., Katy Robert Edward Woodson, Houston Clifford Brooks Woodward, Tyler SPRING PLEDGES Jack Belmont Bishop. Seymour Jerry Lynn Laws, Seymour Jerry Wayne Jones, Longview David James Mayhall, Austin David Bertrand Poteet, Sugar Land Top Row: Amacker, Yves Joseph Blache, Boswell. Second Row: Burge, Bynum, J. Carr. Third Row: Chalmers, Cornwell, Gotham. Fourth Rowi Craig, Davis, Diggs. Fifth Row: Douglas, Eckman, Edens. Sixth Roto: Eikel, Formier, Ferrell. Page 238 Seventh Row: Fowler, Gannett, Gibson. Eighth Row: Gillespie, Goodnight, Gorman. Ninth Row: Goss, Haley, Ireland. Tenth Row: Johnson, Kendrick. Eleventh Row: Kirkpatrick, Lawson. AUW cwr ALPWA rJL ' iJJl MEMBERS Bert Bently Adkins, Houston John Hart Amacker, Dallas John Wheeler Barger. College Station George Timothy Boswell, Fort Worth Wayne Leon Browning, Temple Charles Hunter Burge, Houston John Dyer Carr, San Antonio Robert Isaac Carr. Jr.. San Antonio Robert Randolph Casey, Houston Pat English Clark, Houston John Almon Craig, Austin Bertrand Monroe Cromack, Austin Pat Ward Davis, Dallas Ronald Erwin Douglas, Dallas Robert Edwin Eikel, Houston Robert Paul Fermier. Houston John Milton Ferrell. Houston William Terry Gardner, Austin John James Gibson, Fort Worth Michael Wade Gillespie, Borger Charles Frederick Goff, Jr., Lake Jackson James Paris Goodnight, Dallas Rodman Edward Gorman, Houston John Fred Haley, Fort Worth Charles Houston Harris, Fort Worth Richard Nelson Henson, Beaumont David Gibson Jester, Dallas John Burton Kendrick, Denton William Ross Laughlin, Baytown Arbon Jack Lowe, Henderson Patrick Stephens Lutts, Dallas Charles Joseph MacManus, Corp us Christi John Bingham Martin, McKinney John Hampton Marshall, Quanah Ronald Loy Mitchell, Olney Charles Patrick O ' Ferrall, Fort Worth Anthony Voss Pfannkuche, Austin Terrence Wendall Pratt, Austin Richard Alan Rives, Houston Herman Edward Scheiblich, Marlin Jerry Bart Shipp, Victoria Jay Riggan Sorrell, Austin Rex James Spivey, San Antonio Glenn Jackson Straus, Dallas Warren Curtis Stuart, Midland Larry Duncan Thompson, Fort Worth Roger Sherwood Walker, Midland Robert Wayne Whitis, Eldorado Jerry T. Wilson, Dallas Top Row: Lowe, Maddux, Marshall. Second Row: Martin, Mitchell, Moseley. Third Row: Norwood, O ' Ferrall, G. Parker. Fourth Row : S. Parker, Pfannkuche, Ratz. Fifth Row: Reese, Rives, Scheiblich. Sixth Row : Sewell, Shipp, Simmons. Seventh Row: Sowers, Spivey, Stahl. Eighth Row: Straus, Stuart, Thompson. Ninth Row: Walker, Wann, Ward. Tenth Row: Wharton, Wilson. Eleventh Row: Wolters, Woodson. Page 239 PM VBOfl. THEJA PHI DEW t A0 FACULTY THOMAS MABRY CRANFILL, Associate Professor of English CHARLES TILFORD McCoRMicK, Professor of Law ROBERT WELDON STAYTON, Professor of Law OFFICERS Fall Spring THOMAS WEIR LABATT, III President KILBURN GARDERE MOORE ALFRED EARL WHITE, JR Reporter CHARLES THOMAS NEWTON, JR. JERRY ALLEN ROCHELLE Housemanager NELSON KING SMITH MICAJAH STOKES STUDE Recording Secretary JEWELL ABERNATHY COMEGYS KILBURN CARDERE MOORE Social Chairman JAY HENRY PARK ALL PLEDGES Fred Robert Armstrong, Victoria Walter Mathis Bain, San Antonio Charles Richard Barnhill, Highlands William Albert Blackwell, Cuero Michael Shane Brenan, San Antonio John Allen Carmichael, Beaumont James Coley Cowden, Midland Gus Kearney Eifler, III, Austin Robert Dennis Fletcher. Jr., Lubbock Don Hall Galgan, Colorado Springs, Colo. Howard Pressley Hallam, Dallas Robert Gaston Hallam, Dallas Jon Harold Jones, Wichita Falls John Robbie Jordan, Austin Peter Allen Kemp, Dallas Pete Spencer Lammons, Jacksonville James Arthur Lavender. Dallas Richard Tracy McCarroll, Austin Knox Dillon Nunnally, Midland James Rufus Odiorne, Jr., Johnson City John Calvin Oliver. Ill, Austin Fredrick Michael Royer, Dallas James Charles Suttles. Jr., Houston James David Whiteside, Lubbock Byron Lee Willeford, Austin Top Row: Adleta, Allison. Second Row; Armstrong, Bain. Third Row: Barnhill, Blackwell. Fourth Row: Blakeney, Box. Fifth Row: Brenan, J. Brent. SPRING PLEDGE James Maurice Robison, Fort Worth Sixth Row: D. Carmichacl, J. C.irniicliacl. Seventh Row: Carotheru, Coincgys. Eighth Row: Cowden, Dorrell. Ninth Row: Eifler, Eapey. Tenth Row: Eversberg, Fletcher. Page 240 MEMBERS Thomas Lafferty Adleta, Dallas Peter Michael Allison, Alice Stanley Arch Ault, Houston Alan Carl Baum. Austin Marvin Robert Blakeney, Dallas Walter Eden Bloxsom, Austin Roy Edgar Box, Jr., Corpus Christi John Bosworth Brent, Houston Robert James Brent, Jr.. Houston James Perry Bryan, Jr., Freeport Sam Pounders Burford, Jr., Dallas David Mooney Carmichael, Beaumont John Henry Carothers, Houston Marvin Weatherby Carr, Dallas William Plack Carr, Jr., Dallas Jewell Abernathy Comegys, McKinney Malcolm Lane Cooper, Amarillo Terry Jack Cooper, Tyler Robert Bynum Dorrell, Deer Park Robert Henry Espey, Dallas Jon Russ Eversberg, Albany John Payne Foxworth, Dallas William Madison Furrh, Elysian Fields Kenneth Harral Grenewald, Amarillo Roger Bryant Hardee, Midland James Neal Heath, Jr., Athens Newlin C. Herndon, Houston James Thomas Hudgins, Lubbock Ronald Howard Jacobe. Houston Thomas Weir Labatt. Ill, San Antonio Robert Payne Lancaster, Dallas John Michael Mahaffey, Corpus Christi Peter Bolin Mahaffey. Jr., Corpus Christi Durward D. Mahon, Lubbock Howard Wright Mays, Jr., Austin William Edward Mclnnis, Wharton Charles Allen Monaghan. Beaumont Kilburn Gardere Moore, Houston Robert Keen Moses, Jr., Richmond Charles Roudebush Nester, Canyon Charles Thomas Newton, Jr., Austin Joe Daniel Nichols, Jr., Atlanta Benjamin Rush Norvell, Beaumont Hubert Oxford, III, Beaumont Patrick Cunningham Oxford, Beaumont Lewis Christopher Page, Jr., Austin Jay Henry Park. Dallas James Irvine Perkins, Jr., Rusk Charles Benjamin Richards. Jr., Waco James Irvin Riddle, III, Houston Jerry Allen Rochelle, Texarkana David Allen Smith, Lubbock Nelson King Smith. Houston John Henderson Smither, Huntsville Louis Wilson Storms, Houston Micajah Stokes Stude, Houston Andrew John Swenson, II, Stamford Alan Richard Taylor, Houston Walter Jennings Taylor. Lubbock Robert Lee Thornton, III, Dallas Thomas Lafayette Thornton, Dallas Frederick Eugene Turner, Dallas Tommy Eusie Turner. Borger Alfred Earl White, Jr. Tyler Lewis Nelson White, Jr., Houston Johnson Mallory Whitsett, II, Amarillo Top Row: H. Hallam, R. Hallam. Second Row: Jones, Jordan. Third Row: Labatt, Lavender. Fourth Row: Mays, Moore. Fifth Row: Nester, Newton. Sixth Row: H. Oxford, P. Oxford. Seventh Row: Page, Park. Eighth Row: N. Smith, Smilher. Ninth Row: Sullies, A. White. Tenth Row: Whiteside, Willeford. Page 241 DEUA wr FACULTY FREDERIC DUNCALF, Professor Emeritus of History HOWARD CLIFFORD GILSTRAP, Special Instructor in Physical Training for Men BERRY McCujRE WHITAKER, Director Emeritus, Intramural Sports for Men DONALD RAY MIGHELL, Student Life Staff WILLIAM SAMUEL LIVINGSTON, Professor of Government OFFICERS Fall ROBERT WAYNE MIGHELL JERRY PAUL DEHLINGER LAURENS ALLEN HALL LENOIR MOODY JOSEY, II , WILLIAM HENRY FENOGLIO, JR. President Treasurer Corresponding Secretary . . Recording Secretary . . Historian Spring . . . . ARTHUR MICHEL BOWER JOHN DERR PATTERSON LAURENS ALLEN HALL . . . . WILSON KEE MASON, III RICHARD CHARLES CAMPBELL FALL PLEDGES j Marion Corry Adams, Houston Ralph Lavon Arrell, Abilene Charles Bridges Ballowe, Jr., Dallas James Weldon Clark, Dallas Marshall Vincent Davidson, Tyler Charles Roger Dishman, Midland Tully Mark Embrey, Austin Harry Stryker Emmerton, Houston Ben Russell Eppright, Jr., Austin Arnold Charles Falk, III, Houston William Comstock Fisher, IV, Houston Kenneth Bowen Ford, Jr., Houston Allen Randall Geiselman, Houston Herbert Edward Graham, Houston Dean Marshall Greenwood, Austin Thomas O ' Brien Harbison, Wichita Falls Raymond Edward Hankamer, Jr., Houston SPRING PLEDGES Kenneth Wayne Powell, Austin Roy Alphonse Herberger, Midland Thomas Scott McCorkle, Jr., Dallas John Man Morgan, Jr., Dallas David Rupert Murph, Fort Worth Thomas Hall Nelms, Houston Fred Kenneth Newberry, Dallas Herman Scott Potts, Victoria Donald Ray Jiector, Wichita Falls Roy Eugene Rushing, Alice Rodney Wayne Satterwhite, Midland John Roy Sharpe, Fort Worth Robert Monroe Speed, Midland William King Thomson, Austin Knox Tacquard Williams, Austin John Hurschel Young, Fort Worth B. Mills Latham, Amarillo Top Row: M. Adams, Arrell. Second Row: Belts, Blark. Third Row: Bishop, Buss. Fourth Row: Currie, Dalton. Fifth Row: Dishman, Emmerton. Sixth Row: Eppright, Falk. Seventh Row: Ford, Fulgham. Eighth Row: Geiselman, Graham. Ninth Row: Hall, Harbison. Tenth Row: Herberger. Page 242 PWf PWf William Scott Adams, Jr., Fort Worth Maurice Leland Allred, Jr., Wichita Falls Jay Currie Bechtol, Amarillo Charles Adolph Belts, Austin Donald Clinton Bishop, Sweetwater James M. Black, Port Neches Philip Arnold Bleakney, Harlingen Robert Thomas Bohn, Austin Arthur Michel Bower, Jefferson David T. Burke, Tyler Lowell Donald Buss, Austin Gary Preston Butcher, Midland Richard Charles Campbell, Fort Worth Emmett A. Carlisle, McComb, Miss. Richard Henry Carnahan, San Antonio Lon P. Carpenter, San Antonio Thomas Franklin Coleman, Pasadena Jack Altman Collins, Dallas George D. Conn, Beaumont Larry George Cooper, Midland John William Copeland, Fort Worth James David Currie, Amarillo Donald Michael Dalton, Houston Jerry Paul Dehlinger, Abilene Joseph Paul DeLorenzo, Houston Albert Lelond Derden, Austin Herbert Reed Dewees, Dallas Eugene Joseph Dozier, Fort Worth David Corbin Duwe, Dallas William Carl Ehfnan, Boerne James Murray Eller, Dallas Kenneth Eugene English, San Angelo Edward Hammel Esquivel, Austin William Henry Fenoglio, Jr., Houston Richard Aubrey Fielder, Lockhart Frederick Earwood Fields, Sonora William Warring Flannery, San Antonio Walter Scott Fortney, III, Mineral Wells MEMBERS Jackson Thornton Fulgham, San Angelo Joseph Ebner Funk, San Angelo Robert Edwin Gardner, Dallas John Allen Genung, Wichita Falls James Wayne Gilbert, Beaumont Richard S. Glassett, San Angelo Laurens Allen Hall, San Antonio Jeffrey Lynn Hayes, Port Arthur John Henry Heller, Tyler Thomas McDowell Henderson, Houston Donald Ashley Hillin, Midland Jack Dallas Holford, Austin Jeran Joe Hooten, Austin Lenoir Moody Josey, II, Houston John Joseph Kemendo, Dallas Roger Knight, Jr., Madisonville Harvin Louis Landua, Jr., Midland Robert Ragsdale Lanier, Jr., Amarillo Richard Spencer Lewis, San Antonio Fred Frazier Ligon, Dallas Winfield Hugh Looney, Houston Noland Berkeley Marye, Jr., Houston James Foster Mason, Irene Wilson Kee Mason, III, Beaumont Walter W. McAllister, III, San Antonio Thomas A. McCampbell, Corpus Christi Justin Scott McCarty, III, Dallas William Cameron McCulloch, Dallas James Harvel McCuistion, Beaumont Fain McDougal, Jr., Cuero Edward F. McFarland, Midland William Alan McNeill, Beaumont Robert Wayne Mighell, Dallas Roy Eugene Miller, Austin Dolph Beadle Moore, Tyler William Hugh Munn, Midland Edward Nash, Jr., Kaufman Thomas William Oliver, Houston William Athearn Paddock, Fort Worth Alexander Palmros, Fort Worth John Derr Patterson, Dallas Jerry Bruce Peckham, Port Arthur Joseph Knapp Perry, Weslaco John Stanley Pipkin, Beaumont Roger Wilbarger Pipkin, III, Beaumont Raymond Coy Poage, Jr., Houston David Leslie Pollard, Austin Venable Bland Proctor, Victoria Shannon Harrison Ratliff, Eldorado Edgar Wayne Ray, Jr., Houston David Furman Riley, San Antonio Richard Woodward Riley, San Antonio Robert Henry Ritter, Austin Leo Clark Roan, Fort Worth Alfred Weldon Roark, Houston John Raymond Seals, Jr., Dallas Charles E. Seay, Dallas George Edward Seay, Jr., Dallas Alfred Lewis Shepperd, Odessa William Haynie Sides, Abilene Jack Davis Sides, Jr., Dallas Milton Clark Smith, Tyler Charles Simons, Dallas Robert Arnold Spears, San Antonio Thomas Henger Stewart, Dallas David Locke Stone, Portales, N. Mex. Douglas Barry Stone, Portales, N. Mex. Jack Saunders Thompson, San Angelo Joseph Clark Thompson, Jr., Dallas John C. Treadwell, Austin G. Marvin Watson, Jr., San Antonio Charles Richard West, Dallas William Darrell Willerson, San Antonio James Earl Winn, Dickenson Thomas Grant Wright, Temple Tbp Row: Hooten, Josey. Second Row; Kemendo, Lewis. Third Row: Looney, McCorkle. Fourth Row: McCulloch, Miirph. Fifth Row: Nah, Patterson. Page 243 Sixth Row: Polls, R. Riley. Seventh Row: Satlerwhite, Shepperd. Eighth Row: Spears, Speed. Ninth Row: D. L. Slone, Thomson. Tenth Row: West, Young. wr I APPA pwr KAFPA M J v Afl JHr A A I per PL ? 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 W. T. TUCKER, Associate Professor of Marketing Administration OLIVER DOUGLAS WEEKS, Professor of Government OFFICERS Fa CHARLES DAVID RAY G.P. . JAMES RUSSELL McGooowiN V .G.P. JERRY BANKHEAD ORMAND A.G. JOEL BRADY LOCKE E.G. . Spring JAMES ANDREWS BARTLETT WILLIAM HAROLD LAFONT JERRY BANKHEAD ORMAND . . . . JERRY DALE ARNETT WILLIAM THOMAS ALLISON, II p JOEL BRADY LOCKE FALL PLEDGES James Keith Bell, Dallas Frederick William Burnett, Dallas William Charles Cobb, Austin John Raymond Craig, III, Houston William Pilcher Fitch, San Antonio Geoffery Gait Graydon, Austin Reginald Warren Grob, Houston Steven Joe Guynes, Grand Prairie William Roy Haden, Dallas John Samuel Hill, Liberty Jack C. Irwin, Dallas Don Johns, Jr., Kerrville James Herman Kerr, III, Houston David Elton LaBauve, Austin Edward Wilson Locheed, Jr., Houston Donald DeWayne Miller, Amarillo Terry Martin Moor, III, Beaumont Patrick Allen Moore, Corpus Christi Michael Dixon Neely, Amarillo Buddy New, Odessa Terry Wilson Rogers, Fort Worth Robert Eugene Ross, Odessa James Henry Smith, Houston Dan Selwyn Smith, Iraan Robert Norman Watson, Jr., Midland Basil Glenn Wilkerson, Jr., Odessa Gary Leonard Woodard, Vernon SPRING PLEDGES John Michael Glowers, Brenham James Martin Donahue, Jr., Waco Rodney Ennis Kelly, Weatherford Adrian Alois Kutra, Sealy Patrick Daniel Palmer, Columbus, Ga. Top Row: Allison, J. D. Arnett, Ashcroft. Second Row: Bartlett, Burnett, Cobb. Third Row: Craig, T. Graver, Culver. Fourth Row: Davis, Dernier, Fitch. Fifth Row: Gibson, Graydon, Grob. Page 244 Sixth Row: Hardie, Hill, Hudson. Seventh Row: N. Hunt, Irwin, Jacob. Eighth Row: Johns, Kerr, LaBauve. N-inth Row: Langston, Lay, LeGory. PWf Pf PWf KAPPA Pl William Thomas Allison, II, Houston Jay Hoyland Arnette, Austin Jerry Dale Arnett, Houston Enos L. Ashcroft, Sulphur Springs Herschell Lee Atkinson, Odessa Richard Stephen Bagby, Dallas James Andrews Bartlett, Beaumont Charles Frederick Bayless, Houston Baylus Earls Bennett, Amarillo William Elbert Bentley, San Benito Terry Scott Bickerton, Houston John Riley Biggs, Houston James William Burroughs, Shreveport, La. William Edward Campbell, Dallas Douglas Holland Chilton, Austin Tom Allen Connally, Houston Michael Ross Cooper, Winslow, Ariz. Thomas Howard Graver, Midland William Lionel Graver, jr., Midland John Cecil Culpepper, Jr., College Station James Douglas Culver, Tyler Farrar Montgomery Davis, San Antonio Robert Carl Demler, Jr., Port Arthur John Phillip Eschle, Groom Stephen Thomas Elder, Fort Sam Houston Thomas Phillips Field, Jr., Dallas George Homer Francher, Austin Andrew Gregory Gannaway, Austin Jerry Pat Gibson, Odessa James Hilton Hardie, Gatesville Robert Austin Hatcher, Dallas Otis Dee Horton, Bellaire William Doil Hudson, Weatherford John Michael Huggins, Plainview Lynn Sherwood Hunt, Amarillo Neil Lloyd Hunt, Amarillo Kenneth Ray Jacob, Austin Winston Thomas Jones, Dallas James Carley Jefferies, Austin Richard Hudson Kelsey, Midland MEMBERS - Samuel Everard Kinch, Jr., Austin Edwin Loren Kirkpatrick, II, Austin William Harold LaFont, Plainview Robert Bruce Langston, Houston Vernon I. Lay, Jr., Austin James Patton LeGory, Crockett Edward Wilson Locheed, Jr., Houston Joel Brady Locke, Fort Worth William Omar Logan, Jr., Palestine James Frederick MacKie, Houston Thomas Clifford Mankin, Bonham Lawrence Allen Mann, Laredo Greg Newton Martin, Austin Robert Sealy Masterson, Beaumont William Edward Matthews, Houston William Henry Mayer, Jr., San Antonio John Jackson McClendon, Jr., Houston James Russell McGoodwin, San Antonio Jerry Bankhead Ormand, Jr., Odessa Charles Hobert Owens, Jr., Austin Geoffrey Rex Pauling, Midland Robert Lynn Patterson, Shreveport, La. Coley Ronald Plait, Austin George Edward Ramsey, III, Brookeville, Md. Charles David Ray, Dallas Nelson Vernon Sanders, Odessa Rodney Brent Schaffner, Bellaire William W. Schuessler, Seguin Alva Ray Sims, Jr., Houston Charles Reagan Sirmons, Baytown Ellis. Matthew Skinner, II, Dallas James Reilly Smith, Houston Paul Robertson Stabler, Jr., Dallas James Grable Story, Dallas James Bruce Warden, Austin John Lyle West, Cleveland Gordon Edd White, Cleveland Ronald Gne Wood, Pampa Harvey Edward Wuest, Seguin Top Row: Locheed, Locke, MacKie. Second Row: Mankin, Matthews, McGoodwin. Third Row: Miller, Moor, Moore. Fourth Row: Neely, New, Ormand. Fiftll Row: Pitterson, Rogers, Schaffner. Sixth Row: Sirmons, D. Smith, J. H. Smith. Seventh Row: J. R. Smith, Stabler, Story Eighth Row: Watson, West, White. Ninth Row: Wilkerson, Wood, Woodard. Page 245 Wf KAPR PWI 0KI PWf MHi FACULTY STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Professor of Resources LLOYD LORING CLICK, Dean Emeritus, College of Arts and Sciences ROBERT CRAWFORD COTNER, Associate Professor of History JOHN AUGUSTUS CROCKETT, Physician, Student Heal ' h Center HARRY L. KLOTZ, Physician, Student Health Center CALVIN C. NOLEN, Director, Board of Development ARNO NOWOTNY, Dean of Student Life OFFICERS Fall ROLAND MCKENDREE CHAMBERLIN, JR Alpha ALBERT PIKE FARR, III Beta DAVID ALAN TRAYNOR Sigma CLARENCE WHARTON COLE Tan JERRY MIK-E SMITH Iota Spring WILLIAM GIBBS SPILLER . . RANDALL LEE HAMMONS . . . ALBERT PIKE FARR, III CLARENCE WHARTON COLE JOHN R. CROXSON FALL PLEDGES James H. Baker, San Saba Norman Edward Brownlee, III, Fort Worth Spencer Larry Casey, Houston Michael Robert Dehart, San Antonio Thomas Michael Earnest, Austin Roy Randolph Guess, San Antonio George Gerald Houston, Pasadena Ralph Werner Knebel, Austin Charles Lewis Leach, Houston Ronald William Massey, Austin Tim Minahan. Jr.. Houston Sidney Bernard Muller, Jr., Tomball Coleman Nockolds, Houston Wesley Hollis Pearson, Austin James Bruce Reed, Houston James Glenn Reeves, Houston F. Theodore Terry, Houston Leonard Jordan Tesoro, Houston Sidney Jack West, Midland SPRING PLEDGES John Ford Binkley, Denver, Colo. Edward Herbert Brown, Mission Top Row: Baker, Birdwell. Second Row: Brooks, Brownlee. Third Row: Chamberlin, Coffey. Fourth Row: C. Cole, Crane. Fifth Ron ' : Cowell, Croxson. Gerald Russell Flatten, San Antonio Sixth Row: Daniels, Dehart. Seventh Row: Earnest, Farr. Eighth Row: Ferguson, Guest. Ninth Row: Hammons, Harris. Tenth Row: Herbster, Houston. Page 246 Donald Hubert Eller, Pharr Daniel Vincent Flatten, San Antonio ,- MEMBERS Donald Aaron Bartlett, Fort Worth Al Evans Birdwell. Houston Henry Tebbs Brooks, Houston Roland McKendree Chamberlin. Jr.. Houston Robert Lewis Coffey. Freeport Clarence Wharton Cole, Houston Richard Rosser Cole, Houston Herbert Walker Cowell. Houston Patrick Bennett Crane. Conroe John R. Croxson, West Hollywood, Fla. James Duff Daniels. Dallas George Gunter Edgerton. Kingsville Albert Pike Farr, III, Houston Stanley Burnett Ferguson, Houston Rick Peter Fisher, Beaumont Randall Lee Hammons, Jr., Pasadena Robert Louis Harris, Houston James Richard Herbster. Houston Floyd Norman Hodges, San Antonio John Robert Matney, Harlingen Michael David Mizell, Dallas Lawrance Coleman Mosher, Pasadena James Colin Murphy, Austin Thomas J. Newton. San Antonio Stanley Monroe Poer. Monahans Allen Cobble Ray, Rusk Terry Dean Rexroad, Pampa Oliver Albert Schwausch, Walberg William Clarence Scurry, Jr., Dallas Philip Harland Shrader, Dallas Jerry Mike Smith. Pasadena Robert Barnes Summers, Pasadena William Gibbs Spiller. Houston Thomas Cline Thompson, Houston David Allan Traynor. Austin Harold Dudley Ward, Jr., Houston Dain Paul Whitworth, Pasadena Tompie Robert Whitworth. Pasadena Ray Harroun Wright. Dallas Robert Benny Zaboroski. Houston Top Row: Knebel, Leach. Second Row: Massey. Mizell. Third Row: Muller, Newton. Fourth Row: Nockolds, Pearson. Fifth Ron: Poer, Ray. Page 247 Sixth Row: Reeves, Schwausch. Seventh Row: Scurry, Spiller. Eighth Ron : Terry, Traynor. Ninth Row: Ward, West. Tenth Row: T. Whitworth, Wright. PW KAPPA TAU Wf KAPPA W .. DKT KAPPA w wr FACULTY BOB L. CRUTCHFIELD, Special Instructor in Physics OFFICERS Fall Spring WOODROW WAYNE CRAWFORD President GARY EVERETT BUSHELL OTIS CLAUDE SHEARER V ice-President CHARLES HAROLD BORUP HENRY ASA TAYLOR Treasurer SCOTT GORDON MOORE PETER MAURICE WEIL Secretary THOMAS HASKELL FOWLER JACK FELTON FURRH. JR E.C.M.A.L. . ROBERT DAVID ERNST FALL PLEDGES Stanley Charles Beyer, Taft Terry L. Brandt, Tarpley Kenneth Merle Browning, Houston James Earl Bush, Waco Robert Brentwood Bux, Dallas Robert Bruce Cole, McLean, Va. Larry Gene Crawford. Corpus Christi Charles Adkins Finnell, Holiday Otto Lewis Hawkins, Livingston Frank Willard Heinemann, Corpus Christi Joseph Loren Jordan, Houston Gustav Donald Jud, Galveston Bruce Rogan Kellam, Taft Jeff Ketner, San Angelo Danny Fred McKenzie, Houston Robert Lyles Payne, Austin Rodney Julian Pool, Houston William Ray Reiney, Houston Samuel Croxton Roach, Andrews Lon Clarence Schweers, San Antonio Maynard Darrell Stephens, Wichita Falls John Roger Taylor, Garland Ronnie J. Ward, Dallas Art Whitney Wear, Dallas Duncan Morris Wilder, Dallas Gary Word Wilson. Temple William Ernest Winkler, Houston SPRING PLEDGE Donald Richard Deavers, Memphis Top Row; Bennett, Beyer, Boddeker. Second Row: Boesch, Brandt, Browning. Third Row: Bush, Buahell, Bux. Fourth Row: Clark, Cole, L. Crawford. Fifth Row: W. Crawford, Davis, DeFee. Page 248 Sixth Row: Ernst, Finnell, Fisher. Seventh Row: Fowler, Furrh, Cage. Eighth Row: Godfrey, Harris, Harrison. Ninth Row; Hawkins, Heinemann, Hughes. 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Gary Jack Ricketts, Wichita Falls Sammy D. Sapp. Dallas Otis Claude Shearer. Booker Henry Asa Taylor, Tomball Michael Wayne Turner, Dallas Olney Gray Wallis. Llano Peter Maurice Weil, Dallas George Alan Wells. Houston Larry Martin Wood. Richards Gary Thomas Worthley. Houston n Top Row: Jud, Kellam, Ketner. Second Row: Lemons, Lowe, McKenzie. Third Row: Moore, Payne, Phillips. Fourth Row: Pool, Purvis, Reiney. Fifth Row: Ricketts, Roach, Sapp. Sixth Row: Schweers, Shearer, Stephens. Seventh Row: H. Taylor, J. Taylor, Turner. Eighth Row: Wallis, Ward, Wear. Ninth Row: Wells. Wilder. Wilson. Tenth Row: Winkler, Wood, Worlhley. Page 249 PM KAPPA TRG PRf kAFPA jigHKfe Jr ' -.T PSwFffS !| BL mm Wf FACULTY DONALD WILLIAM HOGAN, Instructor in Romance Languages OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES PATRICK STUDDERT President JAMES PATRICK STUDDERT JOE DRACO, III V ice-President JOHN GEORGE ENGLER WILLIAM FREDERICK ROGERS Secretary LEE MORITZ MUELLER ROBERT ELLIOTT McCoRMiCK Treasurer JOE DRAGE, III JOHN MARVIN YOUNG Sergeant-at-Arms JOHN MARVIN YOUNG FALL PLEDGES William George Bartz, Jr., San Antonio Andrew John Gallerano, Houston Julius Louis Germano, San Antonio Fred B. Steves. Houston Samuel Adrian Westergren, Jr.. Corpus Christi Virgil Leroy Zoth. Houston SPRING PLEDGES Sterling Edward Barclay. Corpus Christi Thomas Michael Leary, Austin Robert Adalbert McLauchlan. Beaumont Top Row: Baradez, Bartz. Second r(ow: Cross, Drago. Third Row: Englcr, Gallerano Fourth Row: Germano. Filth Row. McCormick. Page 250 MEMBERS Jacques Louis Baradez, Paris, France Wilford Thomas Breen, Fort Worth Martin Joseph Cross, San Antonio J. 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Corresponding Secretary . . . STEPHEN MORRIS COHN RAY NEIL ROSENTHAL Recording Secretary RICHARD Louis SIMON DAN ADOLPH FLECKMAN . . Treasurer DAN ADOLPH FLECKMAN Allan Joseph Alpard, Wharton Michael Steven Bender, Houston Allan Morton Berg, Dallas Edward Robert Bullman, Dallas Alan William Dreeben, Dallas Brian Arnold Eberstein, Dallas Malcolm Jacob Gerber, Houston Michael Jacob Gray, Orange Irwin Max Herz, Galveston Morton David Kline, Port Arthur FALL PLEDGES Stephen Marvin Kline, Houston Norman Bernard Loewenstern, Houston Maurice Marcus, San Antonio Richard Ellis Rosengarten, Los Angeles, Calif. Richard Brock Shamberg, Corpus Christi Alan David Sleekier, Dallas Larry Steven Steinberger, Fort Worth Robert Henry Waldman, Dallas Fred Kahn Westheimer, Houston Ned Wolchansky, Fort Worth SPRING PLEDGES Steph en Pierce Fantle, Houston Michael Allan Zinberg, San Antonio Top Row: Alpard, Andres, Belz. Second Row: Bender, Bcrcu, Berg. Third Row: Bullman, S. Cohn, Davi. Fourth Row: Dreeben, Englander, Engle. Page 252 Fifth Row: D. Fleckman, P. Flecltman, Carfield. Sixth Rota: Cerber, Coldfeder, Gray. Seventh Row: Kalz, Klein, M. Kline. Eighth Row: S. Kline, Left. David Hardy Andres, Dallas Bennett Stanley Anton, Abilene Saul Charles Belz, Memphis, Tenn. Steven Lloyd Bercu, Dallas Robert Phillip Brochstein, Houston Morton Allan Cohn, Houston, Stephen Morris Cohn, Houston Ronald David Davis, Houston Louis Wood Englander, Waco Morris Jay Engle, Dallas Lowell Steven Fink, Brenham Dan Adolph Fleckman, Port Arthur Perry Stotland Fleckman, Port Arthur Lawrence Garfield, Beaumont Gary Alvin Goldfeder, Wichita Falls Gary Schram Grossman, Houston Jay Jules Karkowsky, Houston Jerry Paul Katz, Fort Worth Stanley Morton Kaufman, Houston Harvey Lynn Klein, Houston Frank Samuel Ladin, II, Houston Jon Stuart Lasser, Houston Marshall Allin Leaffer, Fort Worth Leonard J. Leff, Houston Melvyn Lerman, Wharton MEMBERS Bruce Arlen Lipshy, Dallas Stanley Earl Marcus, San Antonio Leon Aron Mellow, Dallas Garnet Gary Menscher, Shreveport, La. Jerry Richard Meyers, Austin Stephen Orin Music, Hattiesburg, Miss. Mark Lester Paull, Houston Herman Walter Pye, Jr., Houston Steven Gerald Rapfogel, Fort Worth Robert.Aaron Rashti, Fort Worth Melvin Louis Rice, Houston Raymond Neil Rosenthal, Newport Beach, Calif. Larry Spear Sartorius, Houston Arthur Louis Schechter, Rosenberg Larry Lynn Schoenbrun, Tyler Steven F. Schwartz, Fort Worth Barry Lee Silverman, Longview Irwin Stanley Silverman, Lubbock Bernard Lee Simon, Houston Richard Louis Simon, Houston Stephen Marshall Simon, Austin Ronald Glenn Steinhart, Beaumont Thomas Elliot Werlin, Houston Byron Eli Wilkenf ield, Houston li til Top Row: Lerman, Lipshy, Loewenatern. Second Roto: M. Marcus, S. Marcus, Menacher. Third Row: Meyers, Music, Rapfogel. Fourth Row: Rice, Rosengarten, Sartorius. Fifth Row: Schechter, Schoenbrun, Shamberg. Sixth Row: B. Silverman, S. Silverraan, R. Simon. Seventh Row: Steinberger, Steinhart, Waldman. Eighth Row: Werlin, Westheimer, Wolchansky. Page 253 wr SIGMA KAPPA k i tit 4 Ik B ' li f - n It I 01 K KAFW wr FACULTY FREDERICK JOSEPH ADAMS, Professor of Educational Psychology, Assistant Dean, College of Education HAROLD L. BRADLEY, Head Basketball Coach FRANKLIN LANIER Cox, V ice-Chancellor of Administrative Services PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER, Director, School of Architecture KARL K. KLEIN, Associate Professor of Physical Training for Men OFFICERS Fall Spring HUBERT CARL ASKEW President HUBERT CARL ASKEW DAVID RENNIE KOEPP V ice-President .... THOMAS FRANKLIN WITTEN ROBERT HAMILTON SMALLEY Secretary ROBERT HAMILTON SMALLEY ORRIN KEPLER GROVE Treasurer STEVEN JUSTIN BRADLEY MURRAY RANDOLPH RAY . . Inductor . . . FRANCIS DOUGLASS SHEAR FALL PLEDGES Everett Leroy Anschutz, Jr., Austin Thomas Alan Armstrong. Houston James Thomas Bergen, Austin Steven Justin Bradley, Dallas Jackie Joe Bullion, Brownwood Mark Wayne Clark, Wichita Falls William Michael Cox, Dallas Paul Randolph Doggett. Houston William Terry Fryer, Fort Worth Belmont Wayne Gratigny, Dallas Lynn Darwin Green, Dallas Clyde Westbrook Hensley, III, Garland Ronald Lewis Hill, Dallas Harvey Herbert Hueter, New Braunfels Glen Harris Kallman, Austin James Franklin Kind, Austin J. D. Monk, Austin Donald Barnell Moore, Houston Paul Wayne Moore. Dallas Larry Conrad Morrow, Texarkana Samuel Edward Payne, Austin James Wesley Phillips, Abilene Bobby Joe Pinkner, Texarkana John Walter Reuthinger, Corpus Christi Perry Curtis Saxton, Garland Jack Wilson Smith, Marlin Timothy Jan Stinson, Sheppard A. F. Base Joseph Edwin Strawn, Jr., Dallas Guy Irving Wade, Houston Richard Allan Walsh, McAllen David Lewis Webb, Ode ssa SPRING PLEDGES William Harrell Bingham, Jasper Jon Gerry Gates, Austin Glenn John Holton, Dallas Erik Georg Peterson. Houston Top Row: Anschutz, Armstrong, Askew Second Row: Aston, Basham, Bergen. Third Row: Bradley, Bullion, Clark. Fourth Row: Cookston, Cox, Doggett. Page 254 Delbert Claud Phillips, Abilene Richard Chancy Townsend, Jasper Wayne Thomas Weber, Fredericksburg Michael Don Winters, Austin Fifth Row: Drolla, Fryer, Griffin. Sixth Row: Grove, Gwinner, Hay. Seventh Row: Hensley, Howell. Eighth Row: H. Hueter. MEMBERS Hubert Carl Askew. Houston James Carroll Aston, Austin James Donald Basham, Dallas Terrell Marion Cookston. Jr., Dallas Dail Warren Cosner, Corpus Christi Philip Douglas Creer, Jr., Austin John Casper Drolla. Jr., Fort Worth Charles B. Foyt, Austin Edwin James Gilbert, Austin Kenneth Earl Gilbert, Waco Lawrence L. Griffin, Austin David Grissom, Dallas Orrin Kepler Grove, Corpus Christi Daniel Stratton Gwinrier, Dallas James Clifton Hay, III, Corpus Christi David Kirby Helton. Austin Floyd Dennis Herndon, Garland Billy Douglas Howell, Austin Frank August Hueter, Jr., New Braunfels Timothy Clarence Johnstone, Elsa Top Row: Johnstone, Kallman, Kent. Second Row: Kind, Koepp, Matlock. Third Row: P. Moore, Morrow, J. Phillips. Fourth Row: Pinkner, Ray, Reese. Harry Llewellyn Kent, III, Austin David Rennie Koepp, Waco Robert Don Lumley, Dallas Robert Eugene Matlock, Jr., Dallas Alfred Gene Matthews, Austin Gerald Nelson Matthews, Wichita Falls Wilbourn Baker McAdams, Tomball Richard Harper Pettway, Austin William Burt Pittenger, Austin Murray Randolph Ray, Dallas Willard Talmage Reese, Conway, Ark. Francis Douglass Shear, Fort Worth Robert Hamilton Smalley, Austin Kenneth Lee Tekell, Corsicana Joseph Emmett Townsend, Galveston Neal Avery Watt, Austin George Polk Williams, Corsicana Thomas Franklin Witten, Dallas Thomas Russell Wood. Wichita Falls Charles William Yett. Austin Fifth Row: Reuthioger, Saxton, Shear. Sixth Row: Smith, Stinson, Strawn. Seventh Row: Walsh, Watt. Eighth Row: Webb, Yett. Page 255 KAPPA ALFW pf ALPHA FACULTY CAPTAIN ROBERT E. HAYS, JR., Assistant Professor of Air Science GEORGE W. HOFFMAN, Associate Professor of Geography OFFICERS Fall RICHARD WOOLSEY CHOTE KENNETH WESLEY BURCH . RODNEY LEE HORTENSTINE DONALD ALBERT PORTER . JAMES RAY SHAFER LEWIS HAROLD ROGERS . S. M. C. I. M. C. . Th.c.: . Pledge Master. .... s.c . Rush Captain. Spring ROBERT DONALD FORRESTER RAYMOND LEWIS SCARBOROUGH, JR. ROBERT LYNN COTTER CHARLES CLINTON PARSONS CHARLES WILSON LINDSAY . TIMOTHY MICHAEL COFFEY Richard Craig Atkins, Big Spring David Michael Boudloche, Baytown Gary Brown, Hillsboro Byron Michael Burris, Karnes City Ben Chandler Cadenhead, Brownwood John Emmett Chandler, Houston Arthur John Coerver, Houston John Stuart Cram, Greenville James Clay Dewey, Amarill o William Brant Doell, San Marino, Calif. Timothy Francis Doreen, Midland Joe Elbert Fowler, Houston Jesse Saunders Kreels, Jr., Denison Donald Allen Graham, Tulia Sidney Alan Griggs, Wichita Falls John Randolph Heinen, New Braunfels Paul Kenneth Herson, Dallas David Eugene Easterly, Denison Claude Burton James, Jr., Denison Orben Miller Lindley, Montgomery, Ala. John Attrill Mackintosh, Corpus Christi Emmett Kent Morgan, Big Spring FALL PLEDGES SPRING PLEDGES Harry Leonard Jones, Huntsville Ronald Walter Moore, Austin Douglass Finley Norman, Houston Charles Blackwell Owens, Dallas Walter Gerald Passero, El Paso Paul Ray Passmore, Dallas George Waldron Petersen, II, San Antonio Louis Frank Ridings, Jr., Amarillo Cecil Albert Thompson, Houston John Andrew Thompson, Fort Worth Ronald Jerome Waska, Houston Tom Lee Waterston, Dallas Michael Kenneth Williams, Kermit James Marvin Windham, Livingston David Michael Worley, Big Spring Karl Anthony Wright, Fort Worth Robert David Nowlin, Dallas Jerry Walter Stewart, Dallas Thomas Edward Tieman, Austin John Davis Weinberg, Kilgore Joseph Peyton Wyatt, Jr., Bloomington Top Row: Alvis, Atkins, D. Boudloche. Second Row: L. Boudloche, Bresie, Brown. Third Row: Burris, Cadenhead, Chalk. Fourth Row: J. E. Chandler, Chote, Coerver. Fifth Row: Coffey, Dahse, Davidson. Sixth Row: Davis, Dewey, Doell. Seventh Row: Doreen, Faulkner, Floyd. Eighth Row: Foster, Fowler, Garner. Ninth Row: Graham, Griggs, Heinen. Tenth Row: Herson, Holman, Hortenstine. Eleventh Row: Howell, Hudson. Page 256 MEMBERS James Eugene Alvis, Austin Richard Edward Araiza, El Paso Joseph Fletcher Archer, San Antonio William Joseph Bailey, Marfa Lloyd Henry Boudloche, Jr., Baytown Rudolph Bresie, Jr., Lufkin Kenneth Wesley Burch, Greenville Ronald Joe Chalk, Kerrville James Albert Chandler, Houston Richard Woolsey Chote, Austin Timothy Michael Coffey, Fort Worth Robert Lynn Cotter, Amarillo Thomas Nendall Crowell, San Antonio Byron Paul Dahse, Weimar William Claude Davidson, Yazoo City, Miss. James Clay Davis, Dallas Antonio Lozano Dieste, Tampico, Mexico Townsand Wade Douglas, Amarillo Staley Faulkner, Denton James Wesley Floyd, Damgerfield Robert Donald Forrester, Amarillo Perry Tindall Foster, Calvert Lewie Douglass Garner, Lufkin James David Gillespie, San Antonio Edward Swinney Givens, San Antonio Roy Sims Goodman, Denison Frank W. Hilliard, Arlington John Keith Holman, Houston Rodney Lee Hortenstine, Amarillo Joe Kennedy Howell, Amarillo Joe Travis Hudson, Madisonville Fred Earl Ingerson, Austin Raymond Percy James, San Antonio Royal Parks James, San Antonio Albert Boggess Kimball, Dallas Top Row: Raymond James, Royal James, Jones. Second Row: Kimball, Kuempel, Lindsey. Third Row: McBrayer, McCaleb, Meador. Fourth Row: Norman, H. Parks, Parsons. Fifth Row: Petersen, Pilkilton, Porter. Sixth Row: Ratliff, Ridings, Rosen. Pf Robert Henry Kuempel, Austin Joseph Baggett Latting, Austin Charles Wilson Lindsey, Fort Worth Guy Edward Matthews, Mont Belvieu Har vard Lee McBrayer, Hillsboro William Edward McCaleb, Austin Harold Etzel McDonald, Giddings Donald Paul Meador, Amarillo Carroll Truett Moore, San Antonio Richard Roberts Morrison, Daingerfield Thomas Carlton O ' Dell, Fort Worth Hubbard Sellers Parks, Kerrville Wade Powell Parks, Midland Charles Clinton Parsons, Houston John Richard Passero, El Paso John Cody Perkins, Huntsville William Hoyt Pilkilton, Dallas Allan Kay Puckett, Dallas Donald Albert Porter, Corpus Christi Hubert Wesley Ratliff, Edna Van King Reese, Austin Lewis Harold Rogers, Naples Ronald Gordon Rosen, Fort Worth Raymond Lewis Scarborough, Houston James Ray Shafer, Austin Lewon D. Simpson, Austin Robert D. Simpson, Fort Worth Juan Jay Smith, Eastland Thomas Neal Welsh, Fort Worth Harris Paul Wilson, Nacogdoches James Michael Wilson, Fort Worth Rabun Thomas Wilson, Austin William Gratz Woodford, Hereford Joseph Norman Workman, El Paso Seventh Row: Scarborough, Shafer, R. Simpson. Eighth Row: Smith, C. Thompson, J. Thompson. Ninth Row: Waterston, Williams H. Wilson. Tenth Row: ]. Wilson, R. Wilson, Windham. Eleventh Row: Woodford, Workman, Wright. Page 257 IAE FACULTY HARRELL ESTES LEE, Associate Professor of Journalism: Editorial Manager, Texas Student Publications JERRE STOCKTON WILLIAMS, Professor of Law OFFICERS Fall Spring DICK HOSKINS GREGG Eminent Archon MICHAEL HENRY ERSKINE MICHAEL HENRY ERSKINE . Eminent Deputy Archon . JAMES DOUGLAS PETERSON GEORGE SEARCY WATSON .... Eminent Treasurer GEORGE SEARCY WATSON LARRY JOE O ' NEILL Housemanager LANE NEWBURY WILLARD EDMOND PENLAND . . Eminent Recorder . . SAM SKILLERN LEAKE FALL PLEDGES Louis George Allen, Weatherford Henry Oliver Barnes, Missouri City Stephen Wayne Bass, San Antonio Hanes Hanby Brindley, Jr., Temple Robert Kyle Cowan, Hillsboro William Edwin Denman, Richmond, Va. Patrick Shelton Dismukes, Dallas Melville Virgill Ehlers, Travis A.F.B., Calif. Michael Willke Flowers, Tyler Murphy Louis Fontenot, Dallas Alan Geoffrey Jackson, Laredo Robert Foster Parker, Houston Warren Dennis Parker, Eagle Lake Don Maitland Patterson, Tulsa, Okla. Alan Clifton Schoellkopf, Dallas John R. Schuehle, Hondo Richard Redding Stevenson, Little Rock, Ark. Robert Peel Thomason, Houston James Arthur Tillinghast, Garland Jack Douglas Waller, Sunray Charles Wyatt Walters, Houston SPRING PLEDGES Robert Lelwain Jackson, Lake Jackson Van Earl McFarland, II, Houston Bernard Oscar Stone, Jr., Beaumont Top Row : Allen, Armstrong, Babcock, Baldwin. Second Row; Barnes, Bass, Beckmann, Bell. Third Row: Brindley, Brown, Bunkley, Busiek. Fourth Row: Campbell, Cowan, Crittenden, Denman. Fifth Row : Dismukes, Easterling, Ehlcrs, Einmert. Sixth Row: Fainter, Flowers, Fontenot, Freeman. Page 258 Seventh Row : Garrison, Gaskell, Gaylor, Gierhart. Eighth Row: Gowan, Cranberry, Gregg, Greve. Ninth Row: Grier, Harrison, Hendren, Hill. Tenth Row: Holleman, Holmes, A. Jackson. Eleventh Row: Johnston, Leake. CfG UA AUW n p ttefci U i| ' ' T- " " ! ' MEMBERS Robert Basil Baldwin, Houston Alfred Giles Beckmann, Jr., San Antonio Donald Wayne Bell, Houston John Timothy Brown, Corsicana Thomas Allen Bunkley, Jr., Stanford George Southgate Busiek, Dallas David Scothorn Campbell, Longview James Roby Clopton, McAllen Shelby Carolton Crittenden, Detroit James McQueen Easterling, Corpus Christ! Max Emmert, III, Houston Michael Henry Erskine, San Antonio Robert Alexander Fainter, Austin Joseph Hardie Freeman, Corpus Christi Homer Garrison, Austin Gunter Kimbrough Gaskell, San Antonio Bruce Garland Gaylor, Midway Byron Jackson Gierhart, Corpus Christi John Roland Gowan, Graham William Robert Cranberry, Corpus Christi Dick Hoskins Gregg, Jr., Houston Robert Charles Greve, Houston Charles Wayne Grier, Garland Farris McDannald Hall, Houston Clifton Stone Harrison, Amarillo Philip Adrien Hendren, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Richard Craig Hill, San Antonio John Brockenbrough Holmes, Houston Chesley Wiggins Johnston, San Antonio Sam Skillern Leake, Dallas William Dale Ledbetter, Houston Samuel James Lee, II, Angleton Otto Fred Lohmeyer, Navasota Homer Lee Luther, Jr., Houston Martin Monroe Luther, Houston Robert Kelley Maddox, Houston Eugene Alexander Matthews, Jr., Hot Springs, Ark Carlisle Maxwell, Jr., San Antonio Wade Hampton Mayo, El Paso Robert Calhoun McCreary, Longview Winston Wayne Mclntosh, Austin John Kirkland Michaux, Houston David Mayes Middleton, Liberty John Gregg Middleton, Liberty David Smith Minter, Sherman William Daniel Mount, Dallas John Everett Musselman, Albany Daniel Duncan Neblett, Jr., Houston Lane Newbury, Dallas Larry Joe O ' Neill, Rapid City, S. Dak. John Jacob Patton, Tyler Billy Mack Payne, Conroe Willard Edmond Penland, Corsicana James Douglas Peterson, Corpus Christi Kenneth George Phillips, San Antonio William Edward Pickens, Skidmore John Louis Pierce, Little Rock, Ark. John Henry Rassmusen, Galveston Charles Afton Schulz, Temple Joseph Louis Segrato, Houston Robert Baker Shirley, Austin David Fuller Stevens, Dallas George Lee Streckmann, Dallas Jarrett Cooke Swanson, Navasota George Knight Taggart, Corpus Christi John Randle Taylor, San Antonio Gordon Cole Thompson, Houston Edwin Walters Torian, Houston Charles Graham Turnbull, San Antonio John Morris Wagstaff, Abilene George Searcy Watson, Houston Hoy Newton Wells, San Antonio Top Row : Ledbetter, Lee, H, Luther, M. Luther. Second Row: Matthews, Mayo, McCreary, Mclntosh. Third Row: Michaux, D. Middleton, J. Middleton, Minter. Fourth Row; Neblett, Newbury, O ' Neill, R. Parker. Fifth Row: W. Parker, Patton, Peoland, Peterson. Sixth Row: Phillipps, Pickens, Pierce, Rasmuasen. Seventh Row: Schoellkopf, Schuehle, Schulz, Segrato. Eighth Row: Stevens, Stevenson, Streckmann, Swanson. Ninth Row : Taggart, Tho mason, Tillinghast, Turnbull. Tenth Row: Waller, Walters. Eleventh Row: Watson, Wells. Page 259 r% ' .- -T| ! SIGMA ALPMA (UU (GMA AUW IAM SIGMA ALPHA MU FACULTY ALAN SCOTT, Associate Professor of Journalism IRWIN SPEAR, Associate Professor of Botany O OFFICERS Spring ROBERT A. MARKOWITZ President JEROLD DONALD SCHWARTZ MICHAEL ROTMAN V ice-President LINMOR BENNEY FEINER DAVID ISADORE KUPERMAN Treasurer JOE CHARTOFF HENRY MICHAEL DAVIS Recorder MARVIN STUART KOGUTT LINMOR BENNEY FEINER Pledge Master GARY SAMUEL HOFFMAN FALL PLEDGES David Edward Bird, Waco Martin William Cohen, San Angelo Alan Lee Eisenberg, Dallas Gary Freed, Dallas Max Samuel Friedman, Dallas Melvyn Eugene Ciller, Dallas Allen Lee Hendelman, Fort Worth Harvey Jeffrey Levine, Borger Ben Michael Levy, Dallas John David Pearl, San Antonio Steven William Ritzwoller, Fort Worth Harvey Jay Saikin, Fort Worth Joe Irvin Schackman, Dallas Steven Lee Segal, Dallas Robert Stuart Skibell, Lubbock James Daniel Stein, Hempstead Alan Terry Stolier, New Orleans, La. Robert Arno Strauss, Dallas Shelby Allan Wyll, Dallas SPRING PLEDGES Marvin Leon Nebrat, Corpus Christi Allan Schuster, Fort Worth Robert Jerome Rich, Houston Sheldon Alan Wills, Dallas Charles Leslie Zelazny, Dallas Top Row: Altsuler, Benjamin, Bird. Second Row: Chartoff, M. Cohen, Davis. Third Row: Donsky, Eiaenberg, Estroff. Fourth Row: Feiner, Fonarow, Freed. Fifth Row: Friedman, Gilbert, Ciller. Page 260 Sixth Row: Ginsburg, Goldman, Greenman. Seventh Row: Gurwitz, Hendelman, Herma Eighth Row: Hoffman, Holtzman. Ninth Row: Karchmer, Kleinman. MU MEMBERS Arnold Kent Altsuler, Omaha, Nebr. Marshall E. Benjamin, Borger Richard Barry Bermont, Coral Gables, Fla. Stanley Byron Block, Corpus Christi William Michael Burgower, Corpus Christi Joe Chartoff, Lubbock Richard Cohen, Houston Henry Michael Davis, Corpus Christi Calvin Lind Donsky, San Angelo Michael Alan Eaker, Dallas Arthur Joe Epstein, Dallas Harris I. Estroff, Lakeland, Fla. Linmor Benney Feiner, El Paso Robert Alan Fonarow, San Antonio Gerald Arthur Freid, Dallas Julius Morris Gilbert, Amarillo David Michael Ginsburg, Austin Alan Lawrence Glast, Odessa Ronald Jay Goldman, Fort Worth William Stanley Granek, Dallas Robert Leon Greenman, Fort Worth Robert Earl Gurwitz, San Antonio Gary Allen Herman, Fort Worth Morton Lee Herman, Fort Worth Gary Samuel Hoffman, San Pedro, Calif. Lawrence Edward Holtzman, Brownsville Ronald David Karchmer, Corpus Christi Barry Marshall Kleinman, San Angelo Marvin Stuart Kogutt, Bay City David Isadore Kuperman, Breckenridge Stanley Edwin Latman, Borger Ronald Errol Levinson, Houston Robert A. Markowitz, Houston Jerold Roy Mendell, Corpus Christi Richard Ian Miller, San Antonio George Jack Nachman, Dallas Jerold Yale Prager, Wichita Falls Michael Rotman, San Antonio Lee Roy Salzberger, Dallas Jerold Donald Schwartz, Houston David Lubin Skibell, Lubbock Stephen William Smolkin, San Antonio Lawrence Seymour Sondock, Houston Lawrence Nolan Stern, Fort Worth Joseph M. Westheimer, San Antonio Michael Stephen Wilk, Lubbock Top Row: Kogutt, Kuperman, Latman. Second Row: Levine, Levinson, Levy. Third Row: Markowitz, Miller, Nachman. Fourth Row: Pearl, Prager, Ritzwoller. fifth Row: Saikin, Salzberger, Shackman. Sixth Row: Schwartz, Segal, D. Skibell. Seventh Row: R. Skibell, Smolkin, Stein. Eighth Row: Stern, Stolier, Westheimer. Ninth Row: Wilk, Wyll. Page 261 cwr CM M ZX CM CIGMA CM FACULTY STANLEY PHISTER FINCH, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering HUGH LYON McM.vrH, Professor of Architecture OFFICERS Fa JOHN HAMMACK MCMILLAN WILLIAM GEORGE POOLE . . RICHARD EUGENE HULBIRT . THOMAS FRANKLIN ROBERTS EDWARD JOSEPH MOONEY . . Spring . Consul JOHN HAMMACK MCMILLAN Pro Consul WILLIAM GEORGE POOLE Annotator DOYLE ED FLATT Quaestor THOMAS FRANKLIN ROBERTS Magisler EDWARD JOSEPH MOONEY FALL PLEDGES Benno duMenil Anderson, La Marque Henry Buford Barr, Beaumont Mark Scott Barrow, Houston Matt Hall Benton, Tyler Charles Van Winkle Brooks, Dallas Paul James Burch, Harlingen William Edward Bussey, Longview Michael Leroy Carter, Houston John Scott Crawford, Houston Rod William Groom, Temple Henry S. Davenport, Palestine Thomas Michael Edgar, Houston Robert Young Finley, Houston Timothy Ray Goldman, Temple Preston Snyder Hallman, III, Fort Worth Harold Gayle Hilley, Lamesa Robert Wilkins Holton, III, Terrell James Holder Jondahl, Harlingen Leonard Nelson Juncker, Beaumont Ronald Lee Mahr, Houston George Howell Marsh, Jr., Austin Thomas Houston McGahan, Amarillo William George McMillian, Marble Falls Harold Brett Morris, Waco Joe Allen Myers, Beaumont Frank Wilson Patton, San Antonio John Paul Pearson, Houston Daniel J. Pollock, Corpus Christi Stephen John Radcliffe, Houston Cullen Paxton Ramsey, Kilgore Henry Andrew Regnier, San Antonio George Henry Sauer, Jr., Waco James David Warwick, La Marque Don Dewey Westlake, Harlingen SPRING PLEDGES Gary Clark Rolls, Odessa John Williams, Baytown Top Row: Anderson, Baker, Barr. Second Rote: Barrow, Besselman, Boettcher. Third Rout: Brooks, Burch, Bussey. Fourth Row: Carter, Grain, Crawford. Fifth Row: Groom, Dussler, Edgar. Sixth Row: Eidson, Farley, Finley. Page 262 Seventh Row: Flatt, Goldman, Hallman. Eighth Row: Hankins, Hastedt, Harrison. Ninth Row: Hartt, Henderson, Hightower. Tenth Row: Hill, Hilley, Holton. Eleventh Row: Jaros, Johnson. Twelfth Row: Jondahl. CWf CM SIGMA O f MEMBERS Chester Lee Allen, Corpus Christi Donald Ray Allen, New London David George Allums, Bellaire William Lee Anderson, La Marque Brook Alan Baker, Perryton William Stanley Barnes, Austin Richard Alan Bean, San Angelo James Arthur Besselman, Corpus Christi Armin Schlick Boettcher, East Bernard William Robert Bolger, Longview Edward William Bradshaw, Galveston Robert Roy Brandes, Houston Floyd Wayne Brown, Corpus Christi Barton Woodward Bruce, Baytown Robert Paschal Buford, Tyler Newton Mitchell Grain, III, Houston Walter Johns Denby, Palestine Homer Maurice Doke, Wichita Falls Robert Parton Dunn, Tyler Marcus Robert Dussler, Houston Merrill Lamar Eidson, Temple Dennis Ray Farley, Temple Leo Edward Faubion, Odessa Doyle Ed Flatt, Longview Oscar Howard Frazier, Stephenville Herbert Clyde Gormley, Killeen Richard Anderson Haney, Corpus Christi Robert Harrell Hankins, Seminole William Albert Harrison, Houston Carl Marshall Hartt, Palestine Joe Douglas Hastedt, Columbus Frank Fitch Henderson, San Antonio John Buckner Hightower, Austin James Abraham Hill, Austin Robert Ladd Holton, Dallas Robert Melvin Howe, Beaumont Patric Dean Hudgens, Houston Richard Eugene Hulbirt, Corpus Christi James Joseph Jaros, Toledo, Ohio Edward Douglas Johnson, Mefairie, La. Alan Beaty Jones, Sinton Top Row: Jones, Juncker, Kile. Second Row: Logan, Mahr, Marsh. Third Row: McGahan, J. McMillan, W. McMillan. Fourth Row: Morris, Myer, Odom. Fifth Row: Oldham, F. Patlon, M. Patton. Sixth Row: Pearson, Phipps, Polk. William Carey Kennedy, Austin John Frank Kile, Houston A. W. Knolle, Sandia Hubbard Welles Kumler, Houston Richard Lewis Logan, Big Lake James Scott Mann, Baytown Robert John Marshall, Temple John Hammack McMillian, Wichita Falls Donald Roy Meredith, Houston Edward Joseph Mooney, Longview Robert Calder Myer, Houston Hubert Turner Odom, Jr., Victoria Darius Dudley Oldham, Beaumont Peter William Orlebeke, San Angelo Michael Lawner Patton, Beaumont Joe Dean Phipps, Kilgore Billie Frank Polk, Austin William George Poole, Austin Charles Allen Pratt, Longview Wayne Joseph Prosperi, Houston John Carver Richards, Cuero Thomas Franklin Roberts, Killeen Don James Rooney, San Antonio Frederick Albert Rose, San Antonio William Bonner Rubey, Jr., Houston Richard Howell Rushing, Dallas James Everett Saxton, Palestine Donald Raymond Sefcik, Corpus Christi John Howard Sharkey, Lakewood, Ohio Frank Thomas Silliman, Fort Stockton Alan Moore Smith, Midland Everett Gregor Smith, Midland Horace David Smith, Palestine Joe Charles Smith, Corpus Christi John Lloyd Smith, Houston James William Speights, Bellaire Lindsey Garland Spivey, Waco Robert Nottingham Tracy, Encino, Calif. Ronald Lee Van Meter, Beaumont William Willerson White, Beaumont Ralph Michael Yates, Laredo Seventh Row: Pollock, Poole, Prosperi. Eighth Row: Radcliffe, Ramsey, Regnier. Ninth Row: Rose, Rubey, A. Smith. Tenth Row: 3. L. Smith, J. C. Smith, Speights. Eleventh Roto: Spivey, Tracy. Twelfth Row: Warwick, Westlake. Page 263 NU NU SfGMA NU ttt tit IN f S MANU FACULTY CLARENCE EDWIN AYRES, Professor of Economics VERNON TRUETT SCHUHARDT, Professor of Bacteriology KEITH P. YOUNG, Professor of Geology OFFICERS Fall Spring WILLIAM TAYLOR LEE Eminent Commander JAMES HOKE PEACOCK, II TOM WALTON SCHULZE, JR Lieutenant Commander CARL ALBERT NENTWICH DAVID CHAISON HOLLAND Recorder FRANK GREGORY WHITE KENNETH BALDWIN MCFARLAND Treasurer D. MIGUEL ESPINOSA OSCAR EUGENE LYNGE, JR Reporter ROBERT MERLEE DOBY, JR. ROBERT WILLIAM WACHSMUTH Pledge Marshal MICHAEL SHEA CASTLEMAN FALL PLEDGES , i Paul Michael Blackwood, Corpus Christi Brooks Alden Blair, Dallas George David Blake, Corpus Christi Victor Earnest Braud, La Marque George David Carlock, Honey Grove Bruce Scott Chapman, Austin Jerry Edmond Chiles, Fort Worth Charles Wilson Clift, Kerrville William Stafford Crow, San Antonio Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Tulsa, Okla. Arthur Rhew Dooley, Beaumont William Bernard Finan, Beaumont Douglas Earl Fossler, Kerrville Emery George Friedman, Houston William Lewis Friedman, Dallas Alfred Giles, IV, Midland Robert Francis Gossett, San Antonio William Nesbit Hall, Jr., Laredo Ollin Benjamin Hamilton, Piano Hal Lomax Hankinson, Houston William Trainor Hardy, Hondo William Hewit Hawn, Corpus Christi Jack Lewis Hearrell, Gladewater Kimball Turner Hillencamp, Jacksonville William Guy Holloway, Laredo Jimmy F. Hudgins, Houston Charles Vaughn Huffstatler, Port Lavaca John Couper Hunter, Houston Michael Stephen Jarrell, Austin William Anthony Jordan, San Antonio Patrick Dennis Keough, San Antonio Joe Mike Kush, Corpus Christi Robert Wilson Landers, Hondo James Andrew LaPoint, Nederland Ken Wayne Looney, Houston Robert Delay McCrary, Tyler John Spiegel Michels, Winnetka, HI. Robert " Warren Miller, San Antonio Steve Leslie Moore, Corpus Christi Ralph Norman Nelson, Dallas David Raymond Parker, Corpus Christi Charles Talmadge Phillips, Lake Jackson John Darrell Powell, Houston Bruce G. Reppert, San Antonio Tom Reynolds, Wichita Falls Robert Page Ross, Austin Hugh Mac Ruggles, Wichita Falls Jay Christopher Sowell, Dallas James Alexander Stewart, Houston William Joseph Teague, Odessa Robert Alexander Weatherford, Camden William Jackson Wills, Encino, Calif. Brian Garrard Wilson, Orange Charles Cowan Womack, Houston SPRING PLEDGES James Lawrence Barnard, Jr., Corpus Christi Top Row: C. Anderson, Blackwood, Blair. Second Row: Blake, Boatright, Bratten. Third Row: Braud, Carlock, Castleman. Fourth Row: ]. Chapman, Chiles, Clift. Fifth Row: Cooper, Crow, Dahlberg. Sixth Row: Dooley, Dunlop, Espinosa. Seventh Row: Finan, Fossler, E. Friedman. Page 264 Dan Travis, Denton Roger Ray Fawcett, Sonora Eighth Row: W. Friedman, Giles, Gossett. Ninth Row: Hamilton, Hankinson, Hardy. Tenth Row: Hart, Hawn, Hearrell. Eleventh Row: Hillencamp, Holland, Horka. Twelfth Row: Hudgins, Huffstatler. Thirteenth Row: Hunter, Jordan. MJ MEMBERS Louis Courtney Abernathy, Houston Donald Robert Anders, Fort Worth Clifford Ernest Anderson, Houston Ross T. Anderson, Tyler James Richard Boatright, Midland James Hulvey Bratten, San Antonio William Davis Breedlove, Tyler James Robert Bright, Tyler Frederick Samuel Brown, Mexia George Louis Brucks, Hondo Harold Dee Carter, Tyler Michael Shea Castleman, Midland James Thomas Chapman, Austin Rankin Hoss Chapman, Austin James Gary Cooper, Port Neches Richard Bailey Counts, Austin John McCampbell Davis, San Antonio Richard McDowell DeGeurin, Austin Robert Merlee Doby, Jr., Fort Worth William W. Dunlop, Austin D. Miguel W. Espinosa, Cuernavaca, Mexico John Edwin Fry, Abilene Frank Madison Gilstrap, Arlington Jack Alton Goddard, Houston Deene Gott, Port Arthur Roy Matthews Grassendonio, Houston Richard Claude Harris, Houston Warren Bryan Hart, San Antonio David Chaison Holland, Beaumont Rupert Francis Horka, Silsbee Robert Sheridan Hughes, Houston Lawrence Foster Hurley, Fort Worth William Howard January, Wichita Falls Joe Baty Kercheville, San Antonio Darrell Owen Kirkland, Corpus Christi David Charles Kristynik, Bay City Charles Jay Kulinna, Houston Tap Row: Keough, Kercheville, Kulinna. Second Row: Kush, Lane, Looney. Third Row: Lynge, Mlund, McFarland. Fourth Row: McCrary, Michels, Miller. Fifth Row: Moore, Nelson, Nentwich. Sixth Row: Parker, Peacock, Phillips. Seventh Row: Porter, J. Powell, S. Powell. Sam Lane, Jr., Austin William Griffin Lawhon, Houston William Taylor Lee, Corpus Christi Oscar Eugene Lynge, Jr., Piano Joe Bryan Maund, Dallas Kenneth Baldwin McFarland, San Antonio Mart Ellison McMillan, Tyler James Thomas Mitchell, Houston Wallace H. Nations, Austin Carl Albert Nentwich, MacDona Lloyd Paul Norwood, Houston William Boyd Parmeter, Fort Worth James Hoke Peacock, II, Jacksonville Brooks Wood Porter, Port Arthur Sam M. Powell, Corpus Christi Edwin Lee Rainwater, Austin David Bruce Reuter, Tyler Warren Frank Richey, Houston William Alexander Roever, Jr., Dallas Jonas Edward Rosenthal, Jr., San Antonio Tom Walton Schulze, Leander Robert Allen Sewell, Fort Worth James Lewis Smith, III, Austin James Ellis Stafford, Houston George David Talley, Tyler Thad William Thomas, San Angelo Jerry Davis Voyles, Bay City Robert William Wachsmuth, Port Neches Donald 0. Walker, Whitewright Robert Deverreaux Walker, San Antonio Alexander Weil, III, Corpus Christi Thomas L. Whitcomb, Houston Frank Gregory White, Houston Samuel Sidney White, Amarillo Marquis Everett Whittington, Tyler Frank McDaniel Wilson, III, San Antonio Eighth Row: Reppert, Reynolds, Ruggles. Ninth Row: Schulze, Sewell, Stewart. Tenth Row: Teague, Wachsmuth, D. Walker. Eleventh Row: R. Walker, Weatherford, Weil. Twelfth Row: F. White, Whittington, B. Wilson. Thirteenth Rota: F. Wilson, Womack. Page 265 PWf PW I0E PWf FACULTY WARREN PINKNEY CASH, JR., Research Scientist, Compulation 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 OFFICERS Fall Spring CHARLES WILLIAM BAILEY President STEPHEN ALAN WAKEFIELD DONALD DOUGLAS Dow Vice-President JAMES RICHARD DRAKE DOUGLAS KROULIK ANDERSON . . .Recording Secretary . . . CURTIS ALFRED McCLURG JAMES BENNIE WESLEY Corresponding Secretary. . . . THOMAS TAYLOR WINN STEPHEN ALAN WAKEFIELD Comptroller DAVID HOMES DIAL FALL PLEDGES Edwin McCullough Anderson, San Angelo Michael Holden Berwick, Houston David Woods Boise, Houston Robert Paul Bryan, Orange James Robert Chadderdon, Houston David Bras Cole, Stephenville Sam Parigi Drago, Port Arthur Henry Sterling Drumright, Cisco Thomas Mayborn Dunning, Dallas Samuel David Ellison, Austin Vernon Paul Farley, Dallas Howard Jay Farr, Houston Craig Davidson Germain, Marathon, Fla. David H. Gunby, Dallas Herbert Eugene Held, III, Fort Worth Mark Bradley Inabnit, Houston James Horace Jackson, Dallas Philip James John, Jr., Floresville Jack B. Jones, Jr., Del Rio Maurice Graves Kennedy, Freeport Larry L. Kinney, Dallas Frederick Thomas Kuehnert, Houston Russell Frank Lay, Houston Joel Vance Lord, Midland Jack Winston Lyon, Jr., Houston Murray Winn Moore, Jr., Dallas David Laird Nichols, Austin Harvard Keith Nix, Richardson Harry Douglas Pruett, Austin Daniel Mark Strauch, Houston Michael Emmett Thrash, Denver, Colo. Martin Vavra, Laughlin A.F. Base Earl Raymond Waddell, Fort Worth Donald Lynn Whatley, Lewisville Martin Cyral Wilbanks, Dallas SPRING PLEDGES Robert Lafayette Adair, III, Dallas John Douglas Coburn, Houston Roger Martin Cutcher, Houston Clifford Eugene Day, Jr., San Antonio Gary Leigh Edwards, Houston Top Row: E. Anderson, Aston, T. Bailey. Second Row: Bell, Berwick, Boise. Third Row: Bryan, Chadderdon, Cole. Fourth Row: Coleman, Cook, Dear. Fifth Row: Dial, Dow, Drago. Page 266 Jorge Rafael Morelos, Jr., Mexico City John Turner Nevitt, Bellaire Nolan C. Paul, Richardson James William Smith, San Antonio Robert Elliott Watts, San Antonio Sixth Row: Drumwright, Dugan, Dunning. Seventh Row: Ellison, Fain, Farr. Eighth Row: Germain, Gunby. Ninth Row: Held. Jackson. PfWf PftON SIGMA PW EPSfLON Douglas Kroulik Anderson, Austin John Richard Aston, Houston Charles William Bailey, Austin Thomas Walter Bailey, Palestine Edwin Gilbert Bell, Longview Don Allen Bice, Port Arthur Michael Leroy Boyd, Houston Vance Bryant, Freeport, New York Edward Keith Chunn, Houston Jack Bunting Coleman, Jr., Houston David Weldon Cook, Austin Jerry Donald Davis, Dallas Michael Banks Dear, Palestine David Hombs Dial, Palestine Donald Douglas Dow, Houston James Richard Drake, San Angelo Jack Raymond Dugan, Fort Worth Michael Lee Duke, Odessa James Fielding Dunlap, San Antonio Robert Nathan Fain, Nacogdoches Kenneth Carl Fletcher, Dallas William Kernan Gayden, Austin Edwyn Irving Goldberg, Marshall Jeremiah Handy, Tenants Harbor, Me. William Earl Hodge, Dallas James Burrell Hosteller, Houston Gordon Willard Houser, Austin Ralph Allen Johnson, Odessa Terry David Kahn, San Antonio Charles Arthur Knutson, San Antonio MEMBERS Louis Henry Kohlleffel, Pasadena Matthew Andrew Landry, Jr., San Antonio James Charles Larkin, Jr., Houston David Absher Leggett, Midland Jerry Spruce Lehmann, Eden Marion Priester Lindsey, Jr., Houston Granville Eugene Mallard, Austin Curtis Alfred McClurg, Austin Robert Fry McCullough, Midland Gaines Gilmore Miller, San Angelo Frank Bluford Nance, Austin William Parr Olivier, Dallas Harold D. Orr, Carthage John Howard Palmer, Port Arthur Charles Roland Parrett, San Angelo Roger Dan Rodgers, Galena Park David H. Rowley, Dallas John William Scott, Amarillo Paul Raymond Snow, Austin Ronald Kent Stobaugh, Austin Al F. Tasch, Taft Robert Lee Waggoner, Longview James Robert Waite, Austin Stephen Alan Wakefield, Fort Worth James Bennie Wesley, Baytown Glen Morris White, Dallas James Robert Wiedeman, Dallas Terry Mitchell Wilson, Waxahachie Thomas Taylor Winn, San Antonio William Nicholas Zelle, Fort Worth 4 A t Top Row: John, Jones, Kinney. Second Row: Knut8on, Kohlleffel, Kuehnert. Third Row: Lay, Lehmann, Miller. Fourth Row: Moore, Nix, Parrett. Fifth Row: Pruett, Rodgers, Tasch. Sixth Row: Thrash, Vavra, Waggoner. Seventh Row: Waite, Wakefield, Wesley. Eighth Row: Whatley, Wilbanks. Ninth Row: Wilson, Winn. Page 267 % , fTj Fw TA D FACULTY HYMEN J. ETTLINGER, Professor of Mathematics ALEXANDER H. SACKTON, Associate Professor of English OFFICERS FoH Spring LARRY HERBERT BERKMAN Consul JEROME MELVIN SMITH JEROME MELVIN SMITH Vice-Consul MICHAEL MARC BLEND ALLAN WAGHALTER Scribe STEPHEN LAWRENCE LEVINE ALLAN HIRSCH FRADKIN Quaestor ALLAN WAGHALTER MAURICE WIENER Member-at-Large SIDNEY SOL GINSBERG FALL PLEDGES Irving Barenblat, San Antonio Howard Lawrence Bernstein, San Antonio Michael Lee Birnbaum, San Antonio Marvin Leo Brenner, Houston Edward Lee Eastman, San Antonio Ivan Maurice Edelman, Baytown Marion Bernard Gardner, Seguin David Laurence Geffen, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lee Edward Hartman, Houston Stephen Michael Henry, San Antonio Stanley Irvin Kelfer, San Antonio Mark Edward Kleiman, Austin Joel Harvey Klein, San Antonio Larry Harold Klein, San Antonio Charles Eric Kulmann, Houston Victor Leventhal, Dallas Paul Anthony Lewis, Houston Ronald Byron Margolis, Kansas City, Mo. Matthew Herschel Mutnick, El Paso Robert Sheldon Pickelner, Houston Stephen Lawrence Reichek, Houston Thomas Malcolm Roosth, Tyler Leonard Jay Schwartz, San Antonio Gary Wayne Sachnowitz, San Antonio Louis Jay Siegel, Dublin Warren Irving Weiss, Galveston Robert Elliot Zimmerman, San Antonio SPRING PLEDGE David Danburg, Houston Top Row: Americus, Barenblat, Beinhorn, Berger. Second Roto: Berkman, Hermann, Bernstein, Brenner. Third Row: Birnbaum. Blend, Burg, Cane. Fourth Row: Childs, Cohen, E. Eastman, R. Eastman. Fifth Row: B. Edelman, I. Edelman, Eisenstein, Ezon. Sixth Row: Fallek, Fein, Fradkin, Friedman. Page 268 Seventh Roto: Gardner, Geffen, Ginsberg, Glickman. Eighth Row: Goldberg, Harkavy, Henry, Jacobson. Ninth Row: Kanter, Kboudi, Kelfer, Kleiman. Tenth Row: J. Klein, K. Klein. Eleventh Row: L. Klein, Kreisler. MEMBERS Jacques K. Abbo, Maracaibo, Venezuela Jorge Americus, Tampico, Mexico Alan S. Beinhorn, El Paso Joel Stewart Berger, San Antonio Larry Herbert Berkman, Houston Mark William Bermann, Houston Michael Marc Blend, Dallas Alvin Michael Bloom, San Antonio Brent Lawrence Burg, Houston Ronald Warren Cane, San Antonio Allen Childs, Austin Ronald Dennis Cohen, Houston Ronald David Eastman, San Antonio Barry Howard Edelman, San Antonio Abram Morton Eisenstein, San Antonio Joel Joseph Ezon, Houston Larry David Fallek, McAllen Edward K. Fein, San Antonio Allan Hirsch Fradkin, Galveston Alan Stanley Friedman, Victoria Sidney Sol Ginsberg, Tyler Michael Stuart Glickman, Houston Charles Ned Goldberg, Uvalde Ronald Becker Graber, Galveston Stephen Jay Harkavy, San Antonio Lane Frank Harris, Waco Stuart Allen Jacobson, Houston Jay Alan Kanter, San Antonio Joseph Kboudi, San Antonio Keith Edward Klein, San Antonio Aaron Leo Kreisler, Galveston Ronnie Kurtz, San Angelo Jerry Ramon Laufman, Houston Bernard Harold Lerner, Baytown Stephen Lawrence Levine, Dallas Jerome Carl Lipkin, Dallas Barry Phillip Middleman, San Antonio Stuart Murry Nelkin, Houston Michael Phillip Nussenblatt, Galveston Maurice Samuel Olian, College Station Carl Michael Factor, Beaumont Ronald Edmond Pearlman, San Antonio Alfred Gerald Platt, Houston Louis Ringold, Dallas Arnold Mayer Rosen, Dallas Harry Max Rosenthal, Houston Marvin Rubenstein, Houston Steven Michael Scheiner, El Paso Mark Jay Sideman, San Antonio Paul Stephen Simons, Austin Arnold Barry Skor, Dallas Jerome Melvin Smith, Tyler Jay Richard Stanley, Dallas John Bruce Stoliar, Dallas Edward Arthur Stone, Houston Allan Waghalter, Tyler Maurice Wiener, Baytown Marshall Ivin Yaker, El Paso p AM 4 Itf JlA Top Row: Kulmann, Kurtz, Laufman, Lerner. Second Row: Leventhal, Levine, Lewis, Lipkin. Third Row: Margolis, Middleman, Mutnick, Nelkin. Fourth Row: Nussenblatt, Oliao, Factor, Pearlman. Fifth Row: Pickelner, Platt, Reichek, Ringold. Sixth Row: Roosth, Rosen, Rosenthal, Rubenstein. Seventh Row: Sachnowitz, Scheiner, Schwartz, Sideman. Eighth Row: Siegel, Simons, Skor, Smith. Ninth Row: Stanley, Stoliar, Stone, Waghalter. Tenth Row: Weiss, Wiener. Eleventh Row: Yaker, Zimmerman. Page 269 EPSILON TKZ EPSfLON OFFICERS Spring CHARLES AUGUSTUS DUVAL, JR Prytanis JIMMIE TOOLE NOBLE WILLIAM HURST MILES Epiprytanis K. STEVE SULLINS DAVID BERGEN GRACY Grammateus DAVID WILSON JOHNSON JIMMIE TOOLE NOBLE Crysophylos KILIAN WALTER FEHR STEPHEN ANDREW DEWALT Hegemon DAVID STUART ANDREWS FALL PLEDGES Charles Randall Boner, Austin Thomas Merrill Camp, Dallas Joseph Wallace Croft, Jr., Groesbeck Harry Dan Douglas, Midland James Morris Goforth, Comfort Thomas Wilson Griffin, Baytown William Lane Hubbard, Dallas Robert William Hughes, Mission Werner Ned Keidel, Fredericksburg Edmond Howard Lawrence, Richmond, Va. Donald Foster Neblett, Dallas Vaughan Brian Nowlin, Vernon Larry Rogers Patton, Vernon James Edwin Pfeffer, Jr., Gatesville Thomas Joseph Tomaro, Brunswick, Ga. James Leland Webb, Austin Philip Robb Winsborough, Austin SPRING PLEDGES James William Brison, Irving Thomas Robert Daun, Pasadena Hilton Fort Davis, Dallas William Thomas Dickey, Midland William Horace Hickox, III, Phillips Virgle David Kelley, III, Houston Ronald Paul Rhoten, Fort Worth David Bryon Spratt, Pilot Point William Thomas Vaughan, III, Houston Ray Douglas Westerlage, La Marque Clarence LeRoy Wilson, Jr., Fort Worth Top Row: Andrews, Barber. Second Row: Belknap, Douglas. Third Row: Duval, Fehr. Fourth Row: Foster, Goforth. Fifth Row: Griffin, Griffith. Sixth Row: Hubbard, Hughes. Seventh Row: Johnson. Page 270 KAFPA MEMBERS David Stuart Andrews, Dallas Tom Newcomb Barber, Ganado Donald William Belknap, Jr., Fort Worth Gary Lynn Blevins, Brownsville Stephen Andrew DeWalt, Brownsville Charles Augustus Duval, Littlefield Kilian Walter Fehr, Austin Russell Vaughan Foster, Dallas David Bergen Gracy, Austin Russell Frederick Griffith, Dallas John Aubrey Hornbuckle, Austin David Wilson Johnson, Midland Larry Frazier Laughrun, Galveston William Hurst Miles, Bogota Colombia Charles Snyder Mullinax, Wichita Falls Jimmie Toole Noble, Wichita Falls Warner Sankman, El Paso Robert Edward Stockton, Condon, Ore. K. Steve Sullins, Littlefield Kenneth Wolfe Trobaugh, Brunswick, Ga. fW X , ? Top Row: Laughrun, Miles. Second Row: Mullinax, Neblett. Third Row: Noble, Patton. Fourth Row: Pfetfer, Sankman. Filth Row: Stockton, Tomaro. Sixth Row : Trobaugh, Webb. Seventh Row: Winsborough. Page 271 FACULTY ARTHUR HENRY MOEHLMAN, Professor of History and Philosophy of Education OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES LEMUEL PARK President PHILIP MAURICE ARAGE GILBERT RICHARD THAYER, III V ice-President JAMES LEMUEL PARK JOE MAX TODD Secretary ROBERT MATEER HARRISON JAMES DANIEL FINLEY, III Treasurer JAMES DANIEL FINLEY, III PHILIP MAURICE ARAGE Marshal . COYE MAC JONES PLEDGES Robert William Blair, Jr., Houston Thomas Richard Christie, Winslow, Ariz. Stanley Stephen Hultman, Corpus Christi - - Top Row: Arage. Second Row: Blair. Third Row: Christie. Fourth Row: Finley. fifth Row: Harrison. Page 272 MEMBERS Philip Maurice Arage, Victoria James Roy Davis, Austin Alfred George Diboll, San Diego, Calif. James Daniel Finley, III, Aransas Pass Robert Mateer Harrison, Jr., Port Lavaca Coye Mac Jones, Wichita Falls James Lemuel Park, Wichita Falls Gilbert Richard Thayer, Port Lavaca Joe Max Todd, Houston Top Row: Hultman. Second Roto : Jones. Third Row: Park. Fourth Row: Thayer. Fifth Row: Todd. Page 273 i .T) FACULTY LEO GUY BLACKSTOCK, Professor of Business Law FRANKLIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of Architectural Engineering ARCHIE WAUGH STRAITON, Professor of Electrical Engineering OFFICERS Fa Spring ROBERT LARSON HARGRAVE President ROBERT LARSON HARGRAVE WILLIAM ELAM MABRY V ice-President WILLIAM ELAM MABRY ROBERT PATRICK PLUMMER . . Corresponding Secretary HARRY MEADE FLAVIN WILSON COLLOM BELL Treasurer WILSON COLLOM BELL JOHN COLLINS TRUBE Pledge Master JOHN COLLINS TRUBE STACEY HARL SMYRE Rush Captain STAGEY HARL SMYRE FALL PLEDGES Robert Kendall Belcher, La Marque Robert Davis Booth, Baytown Vernon Lee Coil, Dallas Michael Lynn Davis, Hawkins Robert Arthur Forster, III, Beaumont Stephen Gary Fruechtenicht, Jr., Dallas Edward William Grieneeks, Jr., Midland James Lawrence Hall, Austin Larry John Honea, Dallas Acie Edgar Nobles, Jr., Beaumont Ronald Charles Parker, Wylie Matthew Robert Patton, Killeen David Martin Shelby, Gonzales Jeffrey Davis Simpson, Dallas Larry Joe Simpson, Rankin Ronald Barham Sitton, Nacogdoches Roy McLean Skipper, Crockett William Bennett Stampes, Jr., Dallas John William Turner, Dallas Andrew Wesley Whitaker, Baytown Donald Ray Wills, Beaumont Denny Charles Wright, Henderson Robert Avery Young, Sour Lake Lane Arvid Zunker, Seguin SPRING PLEDGES Donald Lee Caraway, Waxahachie Rockney Dee Pletcher, Leakey Dan David Darnell, Grand Saline Richard Ray Presley, LaMarque Herbert Kenneth Rigsbee, Jr., Austin Top Row: G. Anderson, R. Anderson, Arnold. Second Row: Bell, Blasingame, Booth. Third Row: Bradfield, Brown, Coil. Fourth Row: Davis, Dobbs, Flavin. Fifth Row: Forster, Fruechtenicht, Callaway. Page 274 Sixth Row: Grant, Grieneeks, Hall. Seventh Row: Hargrave, Heartfield, Honea. Eighth Row: Killough, King. Ninth Row: LyBrand, Mabry. TRRAXf MEMBERS George Richard Anderson, Jr., Rancho Cordova, f 1 Robert John Anderson, Houston tarn. James C. Arnold, Houston Wilson Collom Bell, Big Spring Donald Henry Blasingame, Houston John Stephen Bradfield, Temple Timothy Lynn Brown, Corpus Christi Curtis Edward Dobbs, Dallas Harry Meade Flavin, Houston Lawrence Cecil Gallaway, Jr., Dallas Joseph Fant Grant, San Antonio Robert Larson Hargrave, Baytown Randolph Heartfield, Beaumont William Edward Jones, Dyess Edward Franklin Killough, Waco Thomas Wayne King, Gonzales Edward Hill LyBrand, Beaumont William Elam Mabry, San Antonio Tom Keith Meier, La Porte Otho Raymond Plummer, Jr., Beaumont Robert Patrick Plummer, Beaumont David Arnold Pullen, Dallas Kenneth James Rehler, San Antonio Stacey Harl Smyre, Baytown Michael Wayne Spuhler, Baytown John Carl Stromberger, San Antonio John Collins Trube, Bellaire Jerry K. Wills, Beaumont Robert Lee Wynne, III, Beaumont Charles Willard Yoe, Austin Top Row: Meier, Nobles, Parker. Second Row: Patton, O. Plummer, R. Plummer. Third Row: Pullen, Rehler, J. Simpson. Fourth Row: Sitton, Skipper, Smyre. Fifth Row: Spuhler, Stampes, Stromberger. Sixth Row: Trube, Turner, Whitaker. Seventh Row: D. Wills, J. Wills, Wright. Eighth Row: Wynne, Yoc. Ninth Row: Young, Zunker. Page 275 COUNCIL OFFICERS President ............ FERDINAND CHARLES MEYER, JR .......... Kappa Sigma V ice-President ........ ANTHONY LAWRENCE JOSEPH, JR ............. Delta Chi Secretary ......... ...... MIKE AUSTIN HATCHELL ................. Acacia Treasurer ................. JOHN G. ENGLER ............ Phi Kappa Thela Senior Fraternity lumor STEVE WILSON HARRIS Acacia RONALD LEE TATHAM HERMAN RINGLER Alpha Epsilon Pi RICHARD ALAN FOGEL THOMAS HOOD HERREN Alpha Tau Omega HUBBARD SCOTT CAVEN JAMES WILLIAM DODSON Beta Theia Pi HOPPY ERIC HEIDELBERG JAMES BOSWELL NEWTON Chi Phi CLAUD BRADFORD WALKER CHARLES RICHARD GUSTAFSON Delta Chi JOHN FRANKLIN WEEKS MARK HANNA FINLEY Delta Kappa Epsilon TOMMY DREW CAUTHORN EDWARD CHARLES NYTKO Delta Sigma Phi BILL W. BOWNDS PEYTON LAMBETH TOWNSEND Delta Tau Delta MARION SANFORD, JR. DOUGLAS WARREN HOWELL Delta Upsilon ELDON LEWIS JONES EDWARD LEE NIEHAUS Kappa Alpha BRIAN PEYTON HANSON KLEBER JENNINGS DENNY Kappa Sigma JAMES EDWIN HILL, JR. JOHN HART AMACKER Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN BINGHAM MARTIN ROBERT BYNUM DORRELL Phi Delta Theta CHARLES THOMAS NEWTON DON C. BISHOP Phi Gamma Delta ROBERT ARNOLD SPEARS ALVA RAY SIMS, JR Phi Kappa Psi TERRY SCOTT BICKERTON RANDALL LEE HAMMONS, JR Phi Kappa Sigma RALPH WERNER KNEBEL AL K. MUSTIN Phi Kappa Tau GARY EVERETT BUSHELL JOHN MARVIN YOUNG Phi Kappa Theta WILLIAM GEORGE BARTZ LARRY L. SCHOENBRUN Phi Sigma Delta SAUL CHARLES BELZ CHARLES WILLIAM YETT Phi Sigma Kappa JACK WILSON SMITH DONALD ALBERT PORTER Pi Kappa Alpha LLOYD HENRY BOUDLOCHE DICK HOSKINS GREGG Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOHN ROLAND GOWAN CAL LIND DONSKY Sigma Alpha Mu GARY ALLEN HERMAN DARIUS DUDLEY OLDHAM Sigma Chi JOSEPH CHARLES SMITH MICHAEL SHEA CASTLEMAN Sigma Nu D. MIGUEL ESPINOSA CURTIS ALFRED McCLURG Sigma P hi Epsilon ERWYN IRVING GOLDBERG LARRY HERBERT BERKMAN Tau Delta Phi RONALD DAVID EASTMAN WILLIAM HURST MILES Tau Kappa Epsilon DAVID W. JOHNSON JOE MAX TODD Theta Chi COYE MAC JONES TOM KEITH MEIER . .Theta Xi . , . THOMAS WAYNE KING L 4fJ JTA Top Rota: Amacher, Bartz, Belz, Berkman, Bishop, Boudloche, Bownds, Bushnell, Castli-man, Caven. Second Row: Denny, Dodson, Donsky, Dorrell, Eastman, Engler, Espinosa, Finley, Gowan, Gregg. Third Row: Gustafson, Hammons, Hanson, Harris, Heidelberg, Herren, Hill, Howell, Johnson, C, Jones, E. Jones. Fourth Row: Joseph, King, Knebcl, Martin, Meier, Meyer, Miles, C. Newton, J. Newton, Oldham, Porter. Filth Row: Ringler, Sanford, Shoenbrun, Spears, J. W. Smith, J. C. Smith, Tatham, Todd, Walker, Yett, Young. Page 276 EDITED BY BETTY AUSTIN AND ELAINE WILLIAMS Page 277 OP Front Row: Shiroma, Leech, J. Barnes, Anderson, Spencer, Paul, Damek, Wolf, Slaab. Second Row: Werner William Dornberger, Clay, Denowitz, Cruz, Eisenhauer, Ray, Fox, Johnson, Third Row: Dixon, Stockert, Kueck, Wheeless, Peterson, Rojas, Henkel, Smith, Buckner. The AAAE was founded so that all architectural engineering students could group together to discuss pertinent issues with prominent men of their field. OFFICERS President V ice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Historian Faculty Sponsor JOHN EDWARD BARNES RICHARD STEVE WOLF , RITA KAY ANDERSON , EUGENE ' A. STAAB CLARENCE McKAY BARNES, JR. FRANKLIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON Ronald Gene Allen Rita Kay Anderson Clarence McKay Barnes, Jr. John Edward Barnes Oran Silas Buckner, Jr. Donald Edward Clay James Ray Cruz Herman Andrew Damek Marvin Allen Denowitz Robert Gordon Denton Jimmie Carroll Dixon Gene Edmond Eisenhauer MEMBERS Wayne Imken Falkenberg Gerry Lee Fox Robert Lucas Hendrickson Francis Leo Henkel William Ward Herries James R. Hodges Johnny Gilbert Kueck Carroll Tim Leech Thomas June Melton Bruce Kent Muehlenbrock Joseph C. Nicol George Kenneth Paul Edward Simon Peterson Jerry Randall Ray Absalom Rojas Gaylon E. Schulle Joseph Tsuguo Shiroma George Massey Smith, Jr. Johnny Norwood Spencer Eugene A. Staab Joseph Herman Stockert, Jr. Lawrence Allen Wheeless Samuel S. White Richard Steve Wolf Arthur H. Woytek Page 278 The purpose of the AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION is to provide fellowship wherein any interested student may have an opportunity to become more familiar with the current trends and problems encountered in the world of finance. OFFICERS ROBERT ALAN FONAROW President DAN HENRY HANKE TURNER NICHOLS NEWTON Vice-President STEVE GRAHAM RANDLE DAN HENRY HANKE Secretary GEORGE HERBERT LOWRY IVAN ELLIS BROWN, JR Treasurer LAWRENCE EDWARD HOLTZMAN RICHARD LIMA NORGAARD Faculty Sponsor RICHARD LIMA NORGAARD j Charles Benton Albright, Jr. Daniel Lee Alford, III James Andrews Bartlett Henry Newton Bell, III Robert Brandes William Davis Breedlove Ivan Ellis Brown, Jr. Ronald Gene Bumpus Johnson Roselle Clegg, Jr. Marshall Barb Collins Billy John Compton MEMBERS Henry Allen Daughtry, Jr. William D. Hullum Switzer Leon Deason David Lee De Fee Tim B. Eldred Robert Alan Fonarow Andreas Gerakis Barbara Elaine Haegelin Dan Henry Hanke Jim Hard Lawrence Edward Holtzman Alfred Koermer Ralph Lander Wayne Hampton LeCrone, Jr. George Herbert Lowry Monroe Martin Luther Louis Alvarez Mendoza Thomas Martin Moore James Palmer Neill Turner Nichols Newton Joe Dean Phipps Steve Graham Randle Abram Rosenberg Brenda Faye Schultze Frank M. Scale Warren A. Smith Paul Robertson Stabler, Jr. Don Jean Taylor Homer Roy Taylor James Winn Louis Wunneburger Left to Rignt: Brown, Fonarow, Newton, Norgaard, Holtzman, Hanke, Lowry. Page 279 INSTITUTE OF The purpose of the student chapter of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMI- CAL ENGINEERS is to provide the members with an opportunity to meet and discuss new developments in the chemical engineering field. OFFICERS President RUEL RICHARD ROTHWELL, JR. V ice-President ROBERT Louis RESTER Corresponding Secretary RALPH TILLMAN FERRELL Recording Secretary ROBERT C. WILLIAM WELCH Treasurer DOUGLAS PATRICK HARRISON Faculty Sponsor DOUGLASS JAMES WILDE MEMBERS Donald K. Adams Bob Allison James L. Anderson Lee Anderson Jerry Dale Arnett Patrick Edward Baggett Jim M. Baird Lowell Malcolm Baker Granville Harold Balthrop Thomas Arthur Bankston R. Walter Barkley A. Michael Barr Larry James Beauregard Elgin Edwin Beck Gerald Beller, Jr. Donald Wayne Bell William David Berry Warren Neal Bil lings John Calvin Birdsall. Jr. Brooks Alden Blair Tony Dean Blauvelt Nix O ' Brien Bodden George Eugene Bones, Jr. James Albert Boyd Charles David Brandle, Jr. James Robert Bright Franklin Watkins Brock, Jr. Thomas Orland Brown James Thornton Buckley Robert Bruce Burns Harold M. Burton Rae Russell Burton, Jr. Finis E. Carleton Richard Swain Cassidy Jack Ray Clinton Stephen Parker Coburn Tommy Denver Cole Don Merle Cooper Merlyn Don Cooper Richard Leonard Corso Jesse Craig Cowgill John Edwin Crosby Jose Luis Cuvazas Joseph Michael Davidson Edwin Theodore Davis Guido Deganello Charlie Richard Derden, Jr. Melvin Corkey Deutsch John Jay Dippel Donald Charles Dusek Foster Roy Edmondson Wallace Eldon Embrey Milburn Lanham Emmonds Ramsey Wayne Farley Bobby Ray Earns Marcus Ben Felcman Ralph Tillman Ferrell Harry Meade Flavin Edwin Maurice Flint Frank Michael Floyd Louis Jerome Franklin, Jr. William B. Freeman, Jr. Robert H. Trias Burk Ralph Frnka Michael Morrison Fulton Virginia Ann Gannaway Luis Humberto Garcia Wesley H. Garnett, Jr. William E. Gattis Russell Killian Gibbs, Jr. Malcolm Richmond Gildart Dennis Michael Giuffre William Robert Cranberry Wilburn Earl Gray Veigaia B. Gustavo Daniel Stratton Gwinner Daniel S. Haiston William Henry Hale James Thomas Hall Wilbur Gr-rald Hall Horace Elmer Hamilton Joel Hugh Hamlett Benjamin Griffin Hammond Randall Lee Hammons, Jr. Kristinn Ingi Hansen John T. Harris Douglas Patrick Harrison Almond Jasper Hays Randolph Heartfield Robert Anthony Hermta Juan Herrera, Jr. Charles James Hickl Dave Lang Hoffmann Laurence Calvin Hoffmann Richard Neill Hollenshead Gerald Eugene Holloway Larry Allan Holmes Harold David Hopkins William Leonard Hopper Dennis Huddleston Garland Gail Hunnicutt Gary Webb Hunt Richard Wright Hunter Bary Ben Hutsell Thomas Wilbcrt Hutton Royce Eugene Jalufka Nathan Carpenter Jennings Neil Stanford Jinkins David W. Johnson Floyd Colgate Johnson Raymond Lee Johnson, Jr. Robert L. Johnson James Roe Joiner Carlton Roy Jones Gary Dwayne Jones Grady Parker Jones Lawrence Erick Kanter Joe Lee Kastner M. Duane Keele John Frank Kile Robert Lloyd King Donald Elmer Kirsopp Darrell Andrew Kleypas William Robert KHngman Chun-Ki Kwan Clifton F. Landry Carroll Wendell Lanier George Hinojosa Leal, Jr. James Travis Lee, Jr. Hugo J. Lelinger Billy Lee Liggin Charles Emil Loeffler Thomas Benton Lyda Wiley Ray Macune Xavier Hector Madrid Ben Lawrence Malek Rafael Benito Marquez Wade Hampton Mayo Ralph Pike McCasland Coy Earl McDaniel William H. McDougald Michael Calvin McGaugh Eugene Warren McWhorter Donald Paul Meador Joe Darrel MUner Coy Don Mitchell James Thomas Mitchell John Wayne Mitchell Len Mohrmann, Jr. James Wilbern Moore Jon Gaylord Moore James Morton Mordus Martin Portis Moreland Richard Terry Morrow, Jr. Edward Robert Moss James Wynn Moyers Spencer M. Murchison Glenn Burke Musgrove F. Oliver Nicklin, Jr. Edward Frederick Nordmeyer Barry Kent Norling Edwin Ray Norton Johnny Mack Null Leaton T. Oliver Jaime Barber Ornelas Delbert Max Ottmers Calvin Chapman Owens Charles H. Owens, Jr. John Daniel Palmer Jere Paul Parrish Malcom Lang Payne, Jr. John Edward Pennington Adolf Conrad Petr Don West Pfennig James Barney Phillips Robert Franklin Ping Mary Ruth Pool Robert Seeling Poston Douglas Steven Prensner Kenneth R. Priem Edwin Lee Rainwater Enrique G. Ramirez, Jr. Michel Joseph Raynaud Ronald James Renz Robert Louis Rester Dennis Fred Ripple James R. Robinson Thomas Ray Rogers Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr. Jerry Dennis Sacks Larry Wade Salyer Johnette Yoland Schelin Victor Hank Schleider Alvin Charles Schwenke Charles Edson Scott Don W. Scale, Jr. William Selle Douglas Maurice Selman Gerald L. Shannon David Warren Shenk Alfred John Siegmund, Jr. Joe Jim Silhauy Paul Gilbert Slater Delmas Louis Smith Jay Dickey Smith Michael Louis Smith James E. Smithey Roger Wayne Spiller Charles Eldred Stapp John McGuffin Steele Emory Clyde Stephens James Dale Stewart Roy Taylor Stockman Curtis Noland Strong, Jr. Frank Lester Szabo Ramesh Thadani Arthur Wood Thornton William Gayle Todd Riley Miles Toler John Collins Trube Anthony M. Truchard Alfred George Viney George Martin Waggoner Larry Ray Walker Tom Ray Warner Donald Holman Warren Robert C. William Welch Hugh Francis West William Harold Wietstruck Gilbert J. Wilberk, Jr. Gene W. Wilkerson William Ernest Winkler Herbert Wolfe Wizig Charles Ray Wolle Billy Joe Womack Robert Morris Woodall James Victor Woodrick Ed Woodhouse Glenn Alex Work Donald Ray Young Front Ron : Wizig, Harrison, Rothwell, Welch, Gannaway, Pool, D. Cooper, Bodden. Second Row: Hermes, Joiner, Flint, Bell, J. T. Mitchell, Landry, Birdsall, Beauregard. Third Row: Baker, Stapp, Siegmund, D. Hoffmann, Heartfield, Brown, Hopper, Ripple, C. Mitchell, Lyda. Fourth Row: Poston, Prensner, Cassidy, Holmes, Toler, Wilde. Page 280 MARKETTN Front Row: Roden, Gannaway, Daughtry, Massey, Agorastos, Stevenson, Briggs, Skinner. Second Row: Campbell, Randolph, Hammond, Avery, Jordan, Chilton, Schumacher, Holder, Flint, West, Arnold. Third Row: Blair, Shaw, Whatley, Lucas, Sims, Dorbandt, J. Graham, Jester, Lester, Lasser, Blasingame. Fourth Row: Cateora, Andersen, Curl, Bain, Lemmon, Clements, Wright, Williams, Frizzell, Shields, Osburn. The AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION seeks to provide students interested in aspects of marketing with a link to the professional world of marketing and related areas. OFFICERS President First V ice-President Second Vice-President . Recording Secretary . . . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Social Chairman Faculty Sponsor Faculty Sponsor MORRIS E. MASSEY . . CONSTANTINE M. ACORASTOS . . RODNEY HENRY STEVENSON LINDA KAY HOLDAR . . SUSAN VANDEVER HAMMOND .... ROBERT CONNOR BRIGGS HENRY ALLEN DAUGHTRY, JR. . KENNETH PAUL PENNINGTON R. CLIFTON ANDERSEN . PHILIP RENE CATEORA Constantine M. Agorastos James C. Arnold Knicky Jay Arther Martha Ann Avery Herschel Eugene Bain Jack Russell Binion Bobby J. Blair Donald Henry Blasingame Robert Connor Briggs David Budziluwilz Mary Elizabeth Calkin Henry Villard Campbell, III Robert Earl Chatten Pamela Ann Chilton Clyde Wesley Clements Terrell Marion Cookston, Jr. Franklin Blake Curl, Jr. Henry Allen Daughtry, Jr. James Clay Dewey John T. Dorbandt Thomas N. Dunnam, Jr. John Curtis Embry Morris Jay Engle Robert Clinton Ernst Jean Melton Flint Richard Alan Fogel James Clarence Fourmy Wesley Everett Frizzell Bill Melville Gannaway Jimmy Horton Graham Mary Ella Graham Susan Vandever Hammond Raymond Ralph Hannigan, Jr. Gene Lester Harbers Suzanne Harbin Harry Mark Hermann MEMBERS Kathryn Hill Linda Kay Holdar Neil L. Hunt David Gibson Jester Dan M. Johnson Elizabeth Ann Jordan Jon Stuart Lasser Richard James Lemmon Walter R. Leonard Jack Webster Lester, Jr. Raymond Clyde Lewis Charles Weldon Lucas Kathy Marie Mafrige Bernard D. Martinek Morris E. Massey Thomas Barker May-field Jane Ann McElvy John Dan McMahan Page 281 J. D. Monk Emmett H. Murray Kenneth C. Nietenhoefer Larry Milton Nobles Gailand Edward Odom Thomas D. Osburn Jerry Wayne Parks Kenneth Paul Pennington Brooks Wood Porter Robert Lynn Randolph Dan Redden Barbara Anne Reese William Byron Renfrew Judith Ann Roberts Robert G. Roden Richard Malcolm Rosser Jimmy Lee Rude Sandra Hope Sabean Tommy Milton Schroeder Billie Gayle Schumacher John Kinsler Shaw W. Douglas Shields Joe Lloyd Sims John P. Skinner, Jr. Rodney Henry Stevenson Harry Aaron Sutphen, Jr. Steve A. Tail Arthur Theodore ten Broeke John Davis Weinberg Kenneth Thompson Welch Helen Eileen West Richard Houston Whatley Sam Williams Lloyd Gabe Wright Louis Wunneburger William Edgar Young, Jr. SOCIETY OP CML Front Row: Fetter, Baker, Banks, Sylvester, Sullivan, Taub, Gebbard, Moore, Guzman. Second Row: Spiller, Young, Henry, Knudson, Butler, Dannels, Blomquist, Rymrr, Scalf. Thir d Rom: Sigwart, J. Davis, H. Johnson, Schneider, P. Williams, D. Maxwell, Stapleton, Lesley. Fourth Row: Leyendecker, Wilborn, Houston, Jennings, Dictert, Weaver, Kilgore, Covarrubias. The purpose of the ASCE is to help engineering students enrich their college courses by beginning those professional contacts and associations which are so valuable to the practicing engineer. The chap- ter also is a good medium for exercising principles of personal and public relations and to help the student prepare himself for entry into the profession. OFFICERS JAMES DALTON LESLEY President DONALD ALLAN MAXWELL BOB DAVID STAPLETON V ice-President PETER CHRISTIAN WILLIAMS MORGAN L. JOHNSON Secretary MORGAN L. JOHNSON PAUL Louis SIGWART Treasurer LARRY JESSE KILGORE A. ANTHONY TOPRAC Faculty Advisor A. ANTHONY TOPRAC MEMBERS Alan Glynn Abbe Thomas Lewis Alford Seleman A. Alkadi William Dean Atkins Joe Milton Baker Alfredo Balderas Ralph Keith Banks Thomas Benjamin Bell Donald Lee Blevins Gilbert Victor Blomquist Patrick Elmer Boyt Lewis Edward Browder William A. Bryan Herman Narvel Burton Harvey Erwin Busch H. D. Butler Lary J. Buttler David Lee Buxton Albert Si-Tun Chan John Moore Cleveland Howard Ernest Collier Roy LaVern Cooledge Jesse S. Covarrubias Delbert Glen Dannels James D. Dannenbaum Charles Vaughn Dansby Dennis Louis Davis Joe Bill Davis Guillermo de Alba Marcos De La Rosa Milton Max Dietert Walter Herbert Dunlap James Murray Eller Kenneth Eugene English Walter H. Fears Thomas Granville Gebbard Wayne W. Green John Edward Griffin Enrique Guzman Tracey Allan Haliburton Robert Loring Hall, Jr. Stephen Jay Harkavy Lester T. Harris Kenneth Richard Hendrix Johnnie Frank Henry Larry Duff Hibler James Burrell Hosteller James Thomas Houston David Hustace Denny Kleber Jennings Gary Neal Johnson Hugh Edward Johnson Morgan L. Johnson Richard William Jones Donald Wayne Keasler Larry Jesse Kilgore Myron Oran Knudson David Luther Legg James Dalton Lesley Edgar Volney Leyendecker Carl Lewis Lindsey Clarence Lee Littlefield Thomas Heard Martin Carlisle Max well Donald Allan Maxwell Kishor C. Mechta Wilbur Leroy Meier Armour Verchal Mellard Joe Thurmond Moore Carl A. Nentwich Mansour B. Nikkhah William Southwell O ' Donnel Michael W. O ' Neill Reuben Joseph Petrusek Robert Ray Fetter Don Jerome Ralston Jhoon Goo Rhee Harmon Leon Roberts Felix Cruz Rocha Spruell Alton Russell James Martin Rymer Phillip Brule Sandel Stanley Paul Sauer Marion Richard Scalf Per Kay Schneider Paul Louis Sigwart Harold Lee Simpson James R. Sinclair John Joseph Skelly Ralph Wayne Spiller Bob David Stapleton William Bernhard Stehling Elmond Bill Stewart Joe Larry Sullivan Viron Dale Sylvester Albert A. Taub James Winston Thomas Nathaniel Parker Turner Lloyd Victor Urban Graeme Douglas Weaver Richard Dennis Westerfield Gerald William Wilborn Robert E. Williams Peter Christian Williams Tommy Brooks Wilson David Paul Woodfin William Glenn Young Page 282 SOCIHV OP As a member of ASME, a student has the opportunity to grow and develop as rapidly as the pro- fession demands. The society enables students to demonstrate their own abilities and, also, brings students into contact with leading engineers in every major branch of mechanical engineering. OFFICERS Robert William Abel David Lloyd Ash Herschell L. Atkinson Fred Harold Avery Richard Thomas Balzen Albert M. Baril David Deryl Barton Ronald Jerome Bartosh Jimmy Mack Bilger Jeffrey Roland Blank Allan Penny Bloxsom, Jr. Lawrence Terry Boatman Robert Hall Brady Raymond Charles Brancheau Alvin Bravenec, Jr. James David Briggs, Jr. James Travis Brown William Thomas Bruce, Jr. Robert Allan Brune, Jr. Jack N. Burkholder Ronald R. Bush Richard Marvin Coleman, Jr. Harvey Louis Covington William Lionel Graver, Jr. Thomas Edward Crippen Gerald Glynn Crutsinger James D. Culver Ron Vaughn Davidge Chairman First V ice-Chairman Second Vice-Chairman . Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Faculty Sponsor TONY G. MEDINA STEPHEN WALTER HILDEBRAND LARRY GENE ZUNKER JAY LAWRENCE POTH CORNELIS HOOGENDAM DAVID LLOYD ASH , BYRON ELLIOTT SHORT Joe D. Davis Harvey Glen Dillard Damon D. Doss James Ed Downes Earl E. Drew Wilbert Edward Ellis Dean Jay Evans Albert Pike Farr, III Mark Hanna Finley John C. Finke, Jr. John Pril Foote George Frank Franzen Reynaldo Garcia Marion B. Gardner, Jr. William Lash Garrard, Jr. David Grissom Robert L. Gross Thomas M. Grubbs Shari Lee Hallauer Eddie A. Halter Harry C. Hardee, Jr. Sherman Wolf Hart Lloyd Glenn Hedgpeth Jerry Maurice Hemke Robert Jack Herring Robert R. Hesse Charles Ewing Hickox, Jr. MEMBERS Stephen Walter Hildebrand Erwin Fulton Hill, Jr. David Lindsay Hodgdon Charles Wayne Hodges James Larry Hollis Carl Glenn Hood Cornelis Hoogendam Henry Lundy Howland Michael S. Hudson Charles F. Huff Jaye C. Jarrett William David Jensen David B. Johnson Robert Ross Johnson Leon Johnson. Jr. Robert William Jorrie Victor Juarez Joe Kalenda Harry Llewellyn Kent, III Raymond August Kneblek Doyle Darwin Knight Windall Ray Knight James Monroe Kruse Robert Eugene Kunze Jerry Robert Lacy Harold Elton Lawrence Roscoe Lee Harold Wesley Leigh Edward Donovan Lewis Robert W. Lybecker Enrique M. Macias Mohamed Deeb Mahdi Carl G. Matthys Edward Martinez Make McDermott, Jr. Kenneth Gerald McEntire Louis William McEwin, Jr. Kenneth Baldwin McFarland Charles E. McQueary Tony G. Medina Jose Medrauo, Jr. John Mark Michaels Robert Wayne Mighell Mike Lee Molak Russell E. Painton Charles Clinton Parsons Laverne Ernst Pedersen Louis Elliott Pflughaupt Jay Lawrence Poth Shankara Pilar Prabhu Eugene R. Reinhart Grant G. Roane Charles E. Roberts Don Earl Saddoris Alex Sanchez Joel J. Sandberg Don Richard Senders Don Wallace Scpggins Frederick J. Sebesta Henry Robert Sebesta Wilber R. Seidel Bruce William Simister Harris D. Simpson Jerome Melvin Smith Raymond Carlton Smith Ruell Floyd Solberg, Jr. Donald Blaine Steffa Ralph B. Stokes James Francis Sullivan Eric Rufus Tanner David Elton Thompson Summie Boyd Wall Harold Hewin Walling William Leonard Walton, Jr. Olin E. Weiss Stanley Paul Weiss Mario Riley Wheeler Robert Dean White Paul Andrew Wilbur Michael T. Wilkinson Mark E. Williams Ross Leon Williams Larry Gene Zunker Front Row: Medina, L. Johnson, R. Johnson, Mahdi, Jarrett, H. Sebesta. Second Row: Zunker, Evans, Bari], Bloxsom, Martinez, Sullivan, Hallauer, Brown. Hollis, Tanner, Coleman, Short. Third Row: Reinhart, Kunze, Macias, Dillard, Sanchez, Sandberg, S. Weiss, Foote, Kneblik, O. Weiss, W. Knight. Fourth Row: Sanders, Lee, F. Sebesta, Avery, McEwin, Hodges, Halter, Finley, Hodgon, Hoogendam, S. Wall. Fifth Row: Blank, McQueary, Steffa, Gross, McEwin, Leigh, Garrard, Davidage, Prabhu, Poth, Walton. Page 283 LITERARY SOCIEIV The purpose of ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY is to further the study of good literature, to recog- nize high standards of scholarship in the field of English, and to promote friendship among its members. OFFICERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary . . . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Reporter Program Chairman Faculty Sponsor CAROLYN DALE SHIRLEY BETTINA RIVES WILBANKS . . . . LAURIE LEE HARGIS . . JANE MARCELLE JONES . . MARY Lou MCDANIEL CHARLOTTE DEE TAYLOR ELIZABETH ELLEN ELKINS . Lois BAIRD TRICE Tamara Lyn Baird Martha Lucretia Brannon Helena Spencer Callaway Beverly Jean Childress Martha Camille Collett Nancy Lee Conner Sally Leigh Conway Jane Carolyn Cowper Deanna Daniel Lenita Kay Davis Elizabeth Anne Disch Deanna Dorchester Catherine Elizabeth Dove Elizabeth Ellen Elkins Gay Ferguson MEMBERS Meredith Ferguson Margaret Anne Fiser Caryn Fogarty Alice Olivia Ford Laurie Lee Hargis Helen Elizabeth Houston Kay Ann Johnson Jane Marcelle Jones Carolyn Cage Kellam Carolyn India Kerr Linda Lanham Margaret Graham McCall Carolyn Gay McCleary Mary Lou McDaniel Charlene Melden Rose Marie Monk Kate Wyatt Myer Renna Gail Norris Margaret Ozella Pace Chloe Rugeley Harriet Schoch Carolyn Dale Shirley Martha Ann Sloan Patricia Jane Smith Isabell Smither Sandra Lynn Sprain Ray Reimer Taggart Charlotte Dee Taylor Josephine Welder Bettina Rives Wilbanks Front Row: MrDaniel. Brannon, Smith, Trice, Shirley, Hargig, Jones, Wilbanks, Elkins, Johnson, Conway. Second Row: Ferguson, Ford, Dorchester, Pace, McCleary, Smither, Fiser, Disch, Sloan. Third Row: Kerr. Daniel, Houston, Schoch, Callaway, Cowper, Sprain. Fourth Row: Baird, McCall, Welder, Rugeley. Page 284 BARTST STUDENT UMON Group discussion and worship. The aim of the BSU is Christian studentship, an attempt to furnish the student with every pos- sible 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. Student Director REVEREND RUSSELL WARE Associate Director M. VERNON DAVIS Assistant Director . SUZANNE DALE OFFICERS JAMES RUSSELL HILDEBRAND President BILLY W. BOWNDS MICHAEL CARL STOUNE V ice-President Enlistment V ice-President . . RICHARD STANLEY SNYDER Christian Growth Vice-President . HELEN CLAIRE ANDERSON Christian Ministries Vice-President . . . SHIRLEY ANNE McGuiRE ZELNA VIRGINIA BROADUE Recorder WILLIAM ELAM MABRY ADA GWEN WHITE Treasurer ADA GWEN WHITE Recreation and fellowship. Personal counseling. Page 285 CAP CU N front Row: Mucck, Galeener, Rusrli, Powell. Back Row: Socol, Terry, Schorl), Rogers. CAP AND GOWN is an organization for senior women which engages in three main activities; maintaining a loan fund, sponsoring lecturers throughout the fall and early spring and co-sponsoring with the Silver Spurs, the spring leadership convocation known as Swing Out. OFFICERS President HARRIET SCHOCH V ice-President JANET LYN GALEENER Secretary SARA JEAN CALLAWAY Treasurer NANCY DUNCAN POWELL Reporter PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH Faculty Sponsor HELEN MARGARET FLINN Rolinda Deane Bailey Sara Jean Callaway Frances Byrd Collins Janet Lyn Galeener EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Elizabeth Macey Hodges Sue -Frances Mueck Nancy Duncan Powell Linda Sue Rogers (1) Patricia Wynh Rusch Harriet Schoch Gwendolyn Socol Lynette Taylor Carolyn Elayne Terry Page 286 SCIENCE The students of the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION seek the unfoldment of fellowship as taught by Christ Jesus, in which they are able to make their faith a living faith through study, application and demonstration of their understanding of God. OFFICERS President WILLIAM DUDLEY EASON, JR. Vice-President JUDITH MARIE ROWLAND Secretary SUZANNE JEAN MOORE Treasurer ELWOOD LAWRENCE MUNSON Member-at-Large LINDA ANN SLEEPER Advisor . . ELEANOR BRYANT STEVENS Sherry Virginia Benn Barbara Sue Bishop Park E. Bishop Elvin Burnett, Jr. Evelyn Earl Coleman William Dudley Eason, Jr. George Willis Edwards Nadine Adell Eilskov Carol A. Freeman Mary Elizabeth Friesner Carolyn Lee Goddard Barbara Ruth Hamilton Bobbie Ann Harper MEMBERS James Robert Holmes, Jr. Marion Ruth Holmes Charles William Hotchkiss Randolph Dabney Hurt David Mirza Kadjar Dianne Lazarus Jane Goode Lynn Harry Alonzo McDonald, Jr. Norman Wesley Minter Suzanne Jean Moore Elwood Lawrence Munson David Bob Person John Foster Pettit Elvin Burnett Pippert, Jr. Edward Gordon Reigle Judith Marie Rowland David Howell Sander Linda Ann Sleeper John Ambler Smalling William Bryant Stevens John Henry Stockett Marie Antoinette Stockett John W. Turner, Jr. Roger Sherwood Walker Mary Jo Weber Clarence LeRoy Wilson Front Row: Freeman, Sleeper, Lynn, Rowland. Second Row: Hamilton, Weber, Lazarus, E. Stevens, M. Stockett, Eilskov. Third Row: Eason, Reigle, Kadjar, Harper. B. Bishop, Coleman, McDonald, Edwardi. Fourth Row: W. Stevens, Pippert, Person, Hurt, P. Bishop, J. Storkett, Turner, Munson. Page 287 THE. CRORAL JIM A. WOODLE Director, Men ' s Glee Club MORRIS JAY BEACHY Director, Choral Organizations FRANK DEAN ROBERTS Director, Southern Singers A CAPPEUA OFFICERS President .......................... MICHAEL CARL STOUNE Secretary-Treasurer ................ ELIZABETH DIANE BENSON Publicity Chairman .............. RICHARD EDWARD McGiNTY Social Chairman .................. SANDRA ELIZABETH EWELL Faculty Sponsor .................... RONALD DAVIS BITTON MEMBERS Daniel Ray Alford Judith Rose Anderson Betty Lynn Archer Donald Scott Barnes Rilla June Boroughs R. Suzanne Boyd D. Royce Boyer Thomas Bruner Nancy Pauline Caffey Roxy Anne Childs Daniel B. Corbin Carolyn Addington Cox Ramon E. Dasch Betty Sue Davis Elizabeth Diane Denson John David Earnest Edwin Alton Echels Robert Egan Dane Everlon Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Georgia Gilliam Floyd Rob A. Fry Elton Eugene Galbraith Barbara Gibbs Edwin Alton Gilford Martha Jane Guynes Robert Brent Harris Ester Annette Horwitz Edward Baxter Howk Karen Hughes Glenda Margaret Hunt Ralph Conrad Immel Robert Ross Jackson, Jr. Charles Donald Jeane Herbert Eugene Kelton Gordon Wesley King Patti Kogin Jacquelyn Ruth Lewis Leonard Alan McCormick Richard Edward McGinty Billie Bess Medaris Shaaron Merie Melcher Arthur Clark Middlelon Robert Moore Peter E. Navarte, Jr. W. R. Newton Ben B. Nolen, Jr. John Colrwell Owings Sandra Sue Patterson Nancy Anne Poole Louis Eugene Questa Sandra Jran Rayburne Robert Mayo Richards Frank Dran Roberts James Edward Shannon Nettie Jane Sargent Raymond Lewis Scarborough Elva Ann Schietinger Gretchen A. Schneider Linda Jane Snow C. Michael Spain Brenda Gayle Stansell Charlotte Louise Stewart Michael Carl Stoune Bruce A. Swihart Thomas Edward Tiemann Claire Janet Timmons Mary Ann Tunnell Helena Maria Weber Sally Eleanor Weinert John L. Whitesides Charles Edward Wilks Leonard Adrian Woosley Patricia Wallis Wright Kathryn A. Young Front Row: Melcher, Childs, Kogin, Weber, Weinert, Floyd, Anderson, Young, Wright, Gibbs, Boroughs, Lewis. Second Row: Davis, Horwitz, Schietinger, Medaris, Caffey, Boyd, Tunnell, Rayburne, Hunt, Guynes, Cox, Timmons. Third Row: Everton, Immel, Dasch, Wilks, Stoune, Harris, Jackson, Middlcton, Shannon, Corbin, Moore, Howk, Swihart, Barnes. Fourth Row: Gifford, Bruner, Echels, Roberts. Scarborough, Egan, Narvarte, McGinty, Owings, Jeane, King, Spain, Woosley, McCormick, Boyer. Page 288 front Row: Keele, Dinwiddie, Weinert, Hansen, Smith, C. Womack, Horwilz, Barnett, Grillo, Roark, Rogers, Mobley, Hopper, Weather , Hickox, Jordon. Second Row: Dornoff, Weston, Wax, Fleming, Raschke, Sorenson, B. Foster, Boyle, Wainer, Hughes, S. Foster, Ar mislead, Shannon, Jurgens. Third Row: Chason, Arteberry, Casteneda, E. Wilkie, Wells, Brown, Wittlake, Singer. Pritchett, Chandler, Madison, Bowlin, C. C. Womack. Fourth Row: Darling, Dusek, Sylvester, Bowling, Keasler, Cavazos, Berry, S. Phillips, Carroll, Cooper, Reynolds, Lawrence, Bode, Dworkin, Fox, Stanaetl. Fifth Row: Case, Taub, Thawley, Stafford, Burchfield, Launey, McFarland, Boggs, Moreman, Higginbotham, Hinojosa, McDaniel, Simmons, Derrick, Herring, Le Stourgeon, Gibson. OFFICERS President JERRY JOE TAUB V ice-President DONALD HIGGINBOTHAM Secretary-Treasurer DIANE AUDREY DUSEK Social Chairman JANELLE MAXINE Fox Faculty Sponsor ARNO NOWOTNY Betty Ray Armistead Micheal David Arteberry Frances Inez Barnett Dorothy Eleanor Berry David Fain Bode Jesse Kenneth Boggs James H. Bowlin John Knox Bowling, Jr. Jodi Boyle Alexis Joan Brown Doug Burchfield Jane Logan Carroll James Howard Case, Jr. Rosemary Catherine Castaneda Jose Luis Cavazos Sarah Virginia Chandler Gary Wayne Chason Sue Ellen Cooper Jessica Royece Darling William Paul Derrick Richard Erwin Dinwiddie James Ivan Dornoff Diane Audrey Dusek Daniel Israel Dworkin Rose Mary Eidman Nancye Anne Fleming Becky Foster MEMBERS Sandra Kay Foster Janelle Maxine Fox James William Gibson Suzanne Dolores Grillo Martha Ann Hansen John Anthony Herring William Horace Hickox, III Donald Higginbotham Oscar Leonel Hinojosa Janet Lynn Hopper Ester Annette Horwitz Karon Hughes Charles Lee Jordan Dale Howard Jurgens Michae l Edward Keasler M. Duane Keele Walt Launey David Lee Lawrence Dale S. Le Stourgeon Lois Lee Madison Gaylord Kenney McDaniel Samuel Robert McFarland Elizabeth Victoria Mobley Douglas Hood Moreman Kathryn Phoebe Odom Donald E. Phillips Sydna Carolyn Phillips Linda L. Pritchett Lynne Marie Raschke Edward George Reynolds, Jr. Wanda Louise Roark Jean Worth Rogers Sandra Sue Shannon Douglas M. Simmons Muff Singer Mary Kay Smith Suzanne Sorenson A. Harrison Stafford, II Brenda Gayle Stansell Sue Alyce Stiles Viron Dale Sylvester Jerry Joe Taub Stanley Earl Thawley Lois Abbey Wainer Judy Kathleen Wax Cassandra Louise Weathers Sally Eleanor Weinert Sara Katherine Wells Katherine Kennedy Weston Eleanor Ann Wilkie Sue Ann Wildie Linda Lee Wittlake Catherine Womack Charles Cowan Womack, Jr. Page 289 Left to Right: Goss, Daugherty, Denson, Swanay, Ewell, Tiemann, McCrory, Immel, Stiles, Gifford, Berg, Roberts, Heafner. Faculty Sponsor F. LOREN WINSHIP Sigrjd Siev Berg Robert Glen Daugherty Elizabeth Diane Denso ' n Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Walter Charles Foster Edwin Allon Gifford MEMBERS Susan Marie Goss Carole Anne Guerquin, Fall Carolyn Heafner, Spring Ralph Conrad Immel Janie M. McCrory Sue Alyce Stiles John Lee Swanay Thomas Edward Tiemann OFFICERS President V ice-President Secretary Manager Manager Director WILLIAM OMAR LOGAN, JR. TOM L. ARTHUR . . DALE HOWARD JURGENS .... MARTIN BARRERA, III LOGIC TOBOLA, II JIM A. WOODLE Front Row: BaUley, C. Wilson, Barrera, Thorn. Second Roiv : McMeans, Schlech, Jurgens. Third Row: Elliott, Koehl, Bowlin, Uggin. Fourth Row: Wynne, Vasquez, J. Wilson. Filth Row: Ford, Stilwell, Brussclls, Nolen. Sixth Row: McMillian, Shuller, Bolin. Seventh Row: Ayers, Gosselinlc, Taylor, Arthur. Eighth Row: Darst, Tobola, Edmiston, Jordan. Ninth Row: Logan, Middlebrooks. Tom L. Arthur Allan Farrell Ayers, III Ronald Dean Balsley Arturo Humberto Banegas Martin Barrera, III Perry Norman Bolin James H. Bowlin William Walter Braymen Charles Britton Brussells Richard P. Carr, Jr. James Albert Darst MEMBERS Billy Lee Liggin William Omar Logan, Jr. Dennis Arthur Mann Jim R. McMeans Adrian Ivan McMillian John E. Middlebrooks Ben B. Nolen, Jr. James Eugene Sanders, Jr. Barry Arthur Schlech Walter Warren Shuller Dan Stilwell Kearney Eugene Edmiston, Jr. Homer Roy Taylor Paul Timothy Elliott John William Ford John Allen Gosselink William Horace Hickox, III Charles Lee Jordon Dale Howard Jurgens Stephen Wayne Koehl Gordon Lee Thorn, Jr. Logic Tobola, II Leonte Eulogio Vasquez Gary Wilson John Thornton Wilson Henry Charles Wobus, Jr. Robert Lee Wynne, III Page 290 MEMBERS Susan Sloan Bender Anne Curric Bernhardt Teresa Imelda Cardenas Rebecca Ruth Davis Shelba Dean Easlcy Bonnie Annie Laurie Ebest Sharon Dianne Edmiston, Vice-President Mary Elizabeth Goodey Stephanie Gay Guenzel Carmen M. Guerrero Mabel Beatrice Hayden Cherie Sandra Hesse Georganne Elaine Hinds Janet Lynn Hopper Dorothy Sue Kelly Margaret Ann Lightfoot Gloria Jean Mata Renee L. Merrem Irrn.-L Montemayor Carol Sue Moughon Cecil Ann Mulling Karen Kay Neff, Secretary Claudette Jane Richards Alma Louise Robinson Billie Claire Rodeck Barbara Ann Roscher Nita Gay Russell Maridee Etta Sayers Jo Ann Serrano, President Kay Vinson Sheldon Joy Elaine Sorg Carolyn Gay Spencer Leta Ann Thaxton Jane Marie Tisdale Mildred Mars Tonahill Cassandra Louise Weathers, Librarian Jeanne Alice White Marion Irene Wilson Margaret Peck, Faculty Sponsor Iff 1 ' ff I f Front Row; Moughon, Robinson, Goodey, Neff, Bern har tit, Rodeck, Davis, Montemayor, Serrano. Second Row: Mull ins, Mata, Guerrero, Hayden, Roscher, Cardenas, Sorg, Thaxton, Easley, Sayers. Third Row; Weathers, Tisdale, Spencer, Ebest, Wilson, Kelly, Merrem, Sheldim, Hesse. Fourth Row: Tonahill, Bender, Guenzel, Lightfoot, Russell, White, Hinds, Edmiston, Kit hards. UNR RfiV CHORUS Front Row: Diane Chloe Kelty, Nancy Sharon Berry, Bertha Irma Villarreal, Virginia Almira Stringer, Mary Elizabeth Doyle, Shirley Ann Masinter, Anne Currie Bernhardt, Barbara Jo Sheffield, Judith Robin Ball, Eleanor A. Tyler, JoAnn Hedrick, Jeriann Whitcomb. Second Row: Patricia Ann Newell t Mary Elizabeth Bonnell, Rose Elizabeth Pharr, Linda Gayle Cole, Sheila Rae Scott, Mary Jay Orr, Sharon Ann O ' Crowley, Carol Louise Canant, Gudrun Fischel Murray, Nancy Claire Chester, Anna Katharine Springfield. Third Row: Deanna Dunagan, Irma Jean Rogers, Ruth Ann Lauzon, Linda Carolyn Stettner, Jennie Sedita, Abigail Carol Glosserman, Mary Julette Haynes, Mary Katherine Smith, Jessica R. Darling, Kay Carl ton Solomon, Connie Yvonne Pal ton, Mi mi Kay West. Fourth Row: Mary Ellen Dooley, Penny Elizabeth MrNamara, Susan Joan Petersen, Marion Ruth Holmes, Judith Ann Sanner, Nancy Jane Cain, Anne Wright Rogers, Martha Dalrymple Fisher, Mary Sue Viner, Rosemary Coghlan, Carol Ann Dawaon, Caroline Sweeney, Sides A. Gillis. Fifth Row : Suzanne Harbin, Sally Smith, Jane E. Ben net, Janice Eaton, Hildegarde Lindsey, John Ellen Warren, Valerie Clark, Joyce Mai they, Margaret Neal, Gail Schauer, Margaret Stone, Betty Joan Gripgs, Mary Jon Lewis. Sixth Row: Marion Irene Wilson, Harriet Schoch, Jennie Lee Dietz, Linda North, Lyn Dockuni, Martha Lamm, Nettie Sargent, Anna Fae Smith, Janet Shell on, Frances Preston, Mary Roshton, Susan Parsons, Ruth Sillin. Seventh Row: Lannie Lou Mecom, Linda Ann Patterson, Carol Sue Wilt, Pearlie Mae Grant, Lois Marie Deary, Sandra Maria Martin, Janell Margaret Magee, Mary Lee Jackson. Crystal Ann Candy, Opal Elizabeth Webb, Patricia Ann Hackemack, Sharon Alherton Grisham, Martha Ann Conigtio, Diie Ann Ross. Eighth Row: Elizabeth Jane Izard, Barbara Sharon Smith, Carole Jean Rollins, Nancy Ann Hoskins, Sylvia Ray Hodges, Carolyn Dena Anderson, Patsy Anne Drury, Mary Ethlyn Deffebach, Carol Leigh Belknap, Lillian Marie Mahone, Lynn Elizabeth Harwood, Kristine Clair Dykema, Judy Hall Foreman, Mary Ethelyn Hill. Ninth Row: Deelores June Cooper, Sally Ann Shoenberger, Donna Faye Oberpriller, Wanda Louise Roark, Lei ilia Willis, Elizabeth Grace Teinert, Mavis Lyle David, Rita Carolyn Easley, Roseann Trapolino, Connie Herbert, Marida Ann Pike, Mary Ruth Dankert, Jane Elizabeth Maxwell, Elizabeth Anne Adams, Margaret Ann Newton. Tenth Row: Douglas H. Chilton, Dale P. Johnson, John L. Whitesides, Larry Robert Appleby, George C. Kmdy, Jr., Lloyd Russell Dulce, Joe Kenneth Longley, Richard Barry Bermont, Lawrence Edward Holtzman, George David Blake, Robert Travieso, Joe Calvillo, Jr., Barry Howard Edelman, James George Hejl. Eleventh Row: Joe S. Taylor, Jr., Charles A. Bells, Laurens Allen Hall, Barry Jan Hruska, Charles William Herdman, Ned Wolchansky, Brian Beaux Eberstem, Steve Pierre Fantle, Matt Cordell Hughes, David Hill Stinson, Dudley Giles Monroe, Alfred Ward Kennon, John David Eshleman, William Lewis Friedman, John H. Sharkey, Russell Vann Lehrman. Twelfth Row: Patrick O. Higgins, Jim Russell Smith, Henry Andrew Regnier, Don J. Rooney, John Knox Bowling, Jr., Bill Doty, Don Michael Johnson, James W. Robertson, Carlos E. Rodriguez, Per Kay Schneider, Philip Franklin Garner, Robert Eugene Massey, Edward A. Washington, Douglas W. Burchfield. Page 291 ' NEST The purpose of the CROW ' S NEST CLUB is to provide housing and dining facilities for NROTC midshipmen and to promote interest in the United State Navy and Marine Corps. OFFICERS President , V ice-President .... Secretary-Treasurer Work Manager . . . . Food Buyer Faculty Sponsor . . . RUDOLPH VINCE KRUEGER . ROBERT WALLAR LOONEY HAROLD GILBERT LUTZ, JR. GERALD MILTON MOST JAMES EARL LANGLEY LIEUTENANT WILLIAM B. LOVELL, USN Harvard Glenn Ayers George Richard Bettle Larry Joe Billa Dennis Foster Brandon Don Wallace Brown Vaughn Motley Bryant, Jr. George Gerald Causey David Peter Cotellesse Martin Joseph Cross William Lynn Docekal Douglas Frank Dupre Robert Louis Gartner Howard Harvey Hamilton Henry Amos Harper Gerald Dale Hilbert Russell Cory Hill MEMBERS John Marshall Jarratt Anthony Scott Karsokas Rodney Curtis Koenig Ben Allen Krause Rudolph Vince Krueger James Earl Langley Robert Wallar Looney Harold Gilbert Lutz Jerryl McWayne Lynch Roger Albert Marien David Lawrence Mercer Thomas Max Mickelsen Wayne Earle Miers Kenneth James Moore Russell Eugene Morrow Gerald Milton Most Monty Bill Price Allie Jack Ralston John Douglas Raper Joe Domingo Rodriguez, Jr. Charles David Saunders Richard Boyd Simpson Charles Samuel Shell Jesse Murel Stewart Jack Vernon Strickland, Jr. Donald Anthony Tortorice Allen Scott Watkins Kenneth Thompson Welch Joseph Oscar Wilson Guest Whitaker, III Mansel Monroe Wood Donald Lee Woods Front Row: Langley, Looney, Krueger, Most, Lutz. Second Row: Strickland, Wilson, Causey, Ralston, MieYs, Woods, Ayers, Koenig, Lynch, Morrow. Third Row: Cotellessc, Mickelscn, Bryant, Wood, Watkins, Rodriguez, Brandon, Tortorice, Krause. Fourth Row: Whitaker, Hilbert, Saundera, Simpson, Marien, Dupre, Raper, Snell. Fiflh Row: Harper, Brown, Stewart, Gartner, Price, Bettle, Welch, Billa, Ducekal, Jarratt, Hamilton. Page 292 The purpose of this club is to promote and encourage the theater and to provide amateur theatrical experience for the membership. OFFICERS President DENNY FRAZE V ice-President WORTH WILSON HOWE, II Secretary MARTHA LOUISE GASKIN Corresponding Secretary CAROLYN DETMORE Treasurer JACKLYN Lois RoSENZWElG Faculty Sponsor HARRY NEIL WHITING BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHESTER HAROLD EITZE PATRICIA EVANS BOBBIE KERNS GERALD S. WILLIAMS Ann Dremora Aldrich Bennet William Averyt Catharine Dallas Baxter Robert Talmadge Brown Carl Thomas Carlock Carole Kaisla Chapo Patsie Dean Denman Carolyn Detmore Chester Harold Eitze Patricia Evans ACTIVE MEMBERS Susan Elaine Falk Denny Fraze Martha Louise Gaskin James Nelson Gsell Worth Wilson Howe, II Bobbie Kerns Joyce Camilla Langerhans George O ' Daniel McMahan Jeffery Lynn Millar Ann Raydale Moreton James Boswell Newton Carolyn Reese Jacklyn Lois Rosenzweig John H. Sucke, III Margaret Ann Taylor Roy Gene Traylor Donald W. Williams Gerald S. Williams Nedra Wood Daryl Ray Alford Janice Ann Amaimo Robert Worden Arellano Melinda Ann Austin Kathryn Ann Bailey Stephen Leon Blum John Leslie Blundell Charlyn Janene Bohanon Dwane Allen Brown Lucie Scott Caldwell Victoria Lee Cazzell Gary Wayne Chason Jimmy Roy Christopher Diane Denson Michael Lynn Dillard Daniel Baldwin Dodson William Louis Dolive, Jr. Henry Lee Ezell Forrest Clark Farmer Linda Kay Fisher APPRENTICE MEMBERS Melvyn Leon Freeland John Aldo Gallo Gail Galloway Harlan Laird Gillespie Gary Don Gipson Richard Lloyd Carver Wenceslao Romeo Guevara Charlotte Fay Guzick Ladonna Lois Hammett Winona Frances Harmon John David Herzog Donald Higginbotham Julia Holder Margaret Ann Hubbard Sandra Marie Hupp Ronald Lester Jarvis Judy Ann Kellersburger Alice Kay Kennedy Suzanne Frances Martin Nancy Ruth Mauer Jo Ann McCroskey Pete McDaniel Boyd Wayne Meier Martha Lynn Mitchell Lynn Marie Moore Carolyn Ramsay Moritz Frank Barnett Ray Vivian Rose Resales Elizabeth Lee Sacks Janet Hana Slavens Nancy Kay Stroup Jerry Joe Taub Tracy Susa Tatan Lera Thomas Susan Rae Weinstock Martha Merry Wherry Thomas Marion White John Michael Wight Beverly Jane Willke Patricia Wallis Wright Page 293 DISCIPLES ViTTTTTf i ' i F fe,T ' 2007 University Avenue The purpose of the DSF is to win students to an enlight- ened faith in Jesus Christ; to commit all students actively to the Christian way of life through study, worship and service; and to engage with other student religious groups in the common task of proclaiming the Gospel on the Uni- versity campus and around the world. Recreation OFFICERS JOSEPH WILLIAM BARBISCH WILLIAM CARL WOLTER Presiden t JOHN MUEGGE JOHN T. MUEGGE V ice-President ANN ADINE DAVIS SHERRIE ANN BURNS Secretary WILLIAM EDWARD CROOK WILLIAM EDWARD CROOK Treasurer SUE ANN LEBEL DIANA JILL CALDWELL BILL E. PUCKETT BILL E. PUCKETT URC Representative LINDA JO MAIER LINDA JO MAIER NORMA JEANE CROW Ecumenical Council Representative LEONARD EDWARD MOHRMANN LEONARD EDWARD MOHRMANN, JR. CAROLYN BETH THOMAS CAROLYN BETH THOMAS RICHARD GUNNAR KLEMMEDSON Spur Editors BARBARA GIBBS BEN SANDIDGE PATRICIA CELESTE CORNELL Worship Chairmen WILLIAM CARL WOLTER BETTY KATHLEEN STONES Service Chairman MARSHALL EUGENE CRONE MARSHALL EUGENE CRONE LINDA KAY HUCKABAY LINDA KAY HUCKABAY Recreation Chairmen GEORGE PRATT GEORGE PRATT Enlistment Chairman DIANA JILL CALDWELL BONNIE MAE WHITAKER Food Chairman MARTHA SUE KERCHEVILLE .... MARTHA SUE KERCHEVILLE Historian RICHARD EDWIN DENSON ANN ADINE DAVIS BARBARA RUTH THOMAS BARBARA RUTH THOMAS Church Relations Chairmen JOSEPH WILLIAM BARBISCH Program Chairman JAMES IVAN DORNOFF Publicity Chapel Informal Sunday evening dinner Page 294 Front Row: J. Koehler, Milo Kadlecik, Mary Ann Harris, Ed Meyer, John Melde, Anderson, Leistico, Mr. Twinhaefel, Mrs. Twinhaefel. Second Row: Travis Koehler, Pat Sherrill, Don Meyer, Niermeier, Dougherty, Lawson, Westergard, Stokes, Carolyn Davis, Sylvia Rusche, Wagner, Gloria Schlather, Dannels, Emory Hingst. Third Row: Keith St ran tit man, Haskett, Theis, Durflinger, Kueck, Kuhlman, Thomas Dunn, Thies, Henry Wobus, Lyndal Remmert, Bob Schutz, Born. GAMMA DELTA has two major concerns; that college students know Christ and that they be moved to do something for Him. Gamma Delta aims to train Lutheran students for Christian service to God and their fellow man, and to maintain and increase local and inter-campus fellowship among the students of their faith. OFFICERS President JAMES DAVID THEIS, JR. Vice-President ARTHUR HENRY NIERMEIER Secretary KAREN LEE MOERLS Treasurer FLOYD ARTHUR HASKETT, JR. Reporter JOHNNY GILBERT KUECK Sponsor REVEREND CHARLES HENRY BORN Judy Anderson Delbert Glen Dannels Barbara Louise Dougherty Dorris Duran Don Durflinger Floyd Arthur Haskett, Jr. Kathryn Sue Knudson MEMBERS Judith Elizabeth Koehler Johnny Gilbert Kueck David G. Kuhlman Ruanne Lawson Donavan Allan Leistico Susan Carol Milburn Karen Lee Moerls Arthur Henry Niermeier Evelyn Stokes James David Theis, Jr. Fred Walter Thies Ruth Wagner Margaret Ann Westergard Page 295 OF AERO-SPACE. SCIENCES Front Row: Sutton. Abel, Kcndrk-k, Gay, Taylor, Zimmorle, Sebora, Schutz, Davis, Woodfin, Middlebrooks. McLoy. Second Row: Matthys, Yanla. Stevens, P. Whitten, J. Whitten, Brown, Dyer, Westmoreland, Bruner, J. Turner, Placko, Jones, McElhone. Third Row: Tinoro, C, Turner, Webb, Harrison, Herrin, Urbant-k, Rasor, Jimenez, Stapper, Doyle, T. Briggs. Fourth Row: Ant-worthy, Born, Jenke, Griffin, A. Smith, Tect, Brodnax, Blank. The purpose of lAeS is to bring engineering students into a more direct contact with the technical aspects of the aero-space field. It also brings about a closer relationship between the engineering industry and the college students. OFFICERS Fall Spring RONALD LYNN WOODFIN President WILLIAM JOSEPH YANTIS WILLIAM JOSEPH YANTIS V ice-President CARL MATTHYS NORRIS ROOD BURTON Corresponding Secretary JOHN EUGENE MIDDLEBROOKS CHARLES RICHARD TAYLOR Recording Secretary MILTON WADE MC!LVEEN CARL MATTHYS Treasurer JEREMY MICHAEL GAY JOHN CONRAD WESTKAEMPER Faculty Sponsor JOHN CONRAD WESTKAEMPER MEMBERS Robert William Abel Robert Alfred Angworthy William Tansley Bailey Baylus Earls Bennett Jerome Bell Ronald Lewis Berry Jeffrey Roland Blank Raymond Alvin Boland Edward Quinton Bond George Henry Born Michael Briggs Thomas Alan Briggs Eugene Raymond Bristow Huey Wayne Brodnax Squire Lee Brown James Milton Bruner Norris Rood Burton Norman Cain Carroll Morton Chambers James Roger Clark Randal Robert Craft, Jr. Jack Russell Crockett William L. Davis Fred Rogers Dent, III Edwin Otto Dornbusch, Jr. James Allen Doyle Donald Arthur Dyer Burton R. Enquist Robert David Ernst Karl F. Feuerpfeil Jeremy Michael Gay Vincent Charles Geraci Ernest William Gragg John Wade Griffin Terry Neal Grumbles Richard Kenneth Hamilton William Edgar Harber William Clyde Harrison David Truman Herreman Adrian Gene Herrin Louis Roberts Hunt Leroy Milton Jenke Guillermo N. Jimenez Robert Lyle Johnson Coye Mac Jones Robert William Jorrie Victor Juarez Charles Louis Keigley Larry Dean Kemp Billy Darrell Kendrick Carroll Stone Kirkpatrick Daniel Delano Kubin Robert Alfred Langworthy Carl Samuel Lenzo Herbert Gayland Lyles James Marshall Carl Matthys Jerome Milton McChristian Donald McElhone Milton Wade Mcllveen Jesse Richard McLoy Melvin Morris Medlock Earl Leon Meurer John Eugene Middlebrooks Roy Eugene Miller Terry Dale Milne Richard Douglas Mongan Edwin Lee Moore Hugh Phillip Mouser Wilbert Mynar Donald Loy Nichols William Thomas Palmer Edward Louis Pavelka, Jr. Yao Peng George Waldron Petersen Lester Travis Pfluger Ronald Michael Placko Andrew Joseph Rafferty Tomas M. Ramirez James Owen Rasor Charles Richard Reeder David E. A. Reichenau Albert H. Richardson William Louis Richter Donald E. Roach Jack Franklin Roberts Claude Eugene Robertson Larry Dee Robinson William Curson Rochelle Bob Ewald Schutz Curtis Wayne Sebera Timothy Marshall Shane Ruth Ann Short Alva Lynn Smith James Mathis Smith Stephen William Smolkin William Randolph Stapper Fred Robert Stern Jimmy Lawson Stevens Richard Hylton Sutton Charles Richard Taylor, Jr. Delmer Lano Teet John Hurst Temple Clifford Lee Thomson Edward Norberto Tinoco Kamel Tomah Johnny Tristan Charles Warren Turner Raymond Turner Jerry Lynn Turner Thomas Raymond Urbanek Lloyd Gerald Wayne Kenneth Earl Westmoreland Jerry Wayne Whitten Perry Dwayne Whitten Daniel Ellsworth Webb Ronald Lynn Woodfin William Joseph Yanta John Lawrence Young Ken Alden Young Henry Zimmerle, Jr. Page 296 l AREDOOUB The LAREDO CLUB is organized to encourage Laredo students to further their education in a higher institute 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 with other persons and organized groups on the campus. OFFICERS President ERNESTO M. FLORES, JR. V ice-President SANTIAGO RAMIREZ, JR. Recording Secretary ELENA MARIE BOTELLO Corresponding Secretary VIOLA RODRIGUEZ Treasurer JOHN Y. DICKINSON, III Faculty Sponsor GEORGE I. SANCHEZ MEMBERS Homero Adame Martin Barrera Elena Maria Botello Rodrigo Caballero Antonio Cantu Antonio A. Cantu Jose A. Carabaza Carlos G. Cardenas Jose Luis Cavazos Sylvia Chapa Lionel Mauro Cortez, Jr. Antonio Criado John Y. Dickinson, III William John Dickinson Fernando Dovalina Alfonso Dominguez, HI Roberta Ann Fernandez Ernesto M. Flores, Jr. Margarito Flores Gustavo Lois Garcia Reynaldo Garcia Alvaro Garza, Jr. Mario Gonzalez, Jr. Germain Guajardo, Jr. Pablo Guajardo Gloria Irma Gutierrez Rose Mary Gutierrez William Nesbit Hall, Jr. Gus Fred Hein Donald Wayne Hendon Juan Herrera David T. Lopez Roman E. Longoria Robert Pedro Lozano Louis Felipe Mendoza, Jr. Ruth Joyce Mendoza Arturo Nicolas Meraz Brigido Hector Mireles Isidore Arturo Nava Carlos Oliveira Sarita Nieves Pappas Alberto Luis Pena Santiago Ramirez, Jr. Tomas Manuel Ramirez Arnulfo Rangel Carlos Raymundo Renteria Robert Rex Robinson Viola Rodriguez Mercedes Emma Shields Diana Stenger Juan Manuel Vasquez Juan Vega Humberto Villarreal, Jr. Front Row: Corlez, Hendon, Villarreal, R. Gutierrez, G. Gutierrez, Shields, J. Dickinson, Chapa, E. Flores, S. Ramirez, Fernandez, Rodriguez, Dovalina, Adame. Second Row: Vega, I.ozano, Pena, Mireles, Vasquez, W. Dickinson, T. Ramirez, Nava, Carabaza, Caballero. Third Row: . A. Cantu, Meraz, L. Mendoza, M. Flores, A. Cantu, Renteria, Hall, Hangel, Criado, Herrera, Gonzalez, Robinson. Page 297 Top Row: Actkinson, Adcock, Allen, Allwright, Aston, Autry. Second Roto: Baker t Bancroft, Barrera, TJayne, Bearden, Beckham, Bernstein. Third Row: Blankenship, Bloebaum, Brehra, E. Brown, J. Brown, Buck, Burnett. Fourth Row: Cain, Calvert, Camp, G. Carpenter, P. Carpenter, Carter, Chaff in. Fifth Row: Clinton, Goers, R. Cole, I. Cooper, R. Corder, V. Corder, Crews. Sixth Row: Crow, Cunningham, K. Davis, L. Davis, DeBatiU, de la Pena, Dittman. Seventh Raw: Doyle, Drury, Ellis, Emmer, Fagg, Funk, Garcia. Eighth Row: B. Garner, J. Garner, Garrett, Germer, Gibson, Glass, Goslin. Ninth Row: Green, Grimland, Grosse, Hammer, Hare, Harrison, Hart. Tenth Row: Haschke, Heard, Hejl, Henry, Hewlett, Holland, Hollingsworth. Eleventh Row: Holt, Howard, Hyltin, Imparato, Janssen, Jones, Kallus. Twelfth Row: L. Kennedy, Kistler, Kivlin, Kline, Knight, Koeppe, Kowert. VINCENT RAIRDEN DINING Director, Longhorn Bands STAFF Director VINCENT RAIRDEN DININO Assistant Director RICHARD D. BLAIR Graduate Assistant Director LARRY RAY CULLISON Musical Arranger PHILLIP ARLEN MANNING Drum Major EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT Announcer WALLY PRYOR OFFICERS President WALTER BUDGE MABRY First Counselor CURTIS WAYNE SEBERA Second Counselor JOE HURLEY CUNNINGHAM, III Third Counselor EUGENE EVANS RHE MANN Fourth Counselor JAMES THOMAS CAIN Faculty Sponsor ARTHUR MILTON CORY MEMBERS Arland Lee Actkinson James Luther Adcock Roger William Allen Judith Elaine Allwright Patricia Ruth Aston Joe Gene Autry Ora Rozelle Baker Barbara Jean Bancroft Bob Barrera Richard Floyd Bass Thomas Levingston Bayne Joe H. Bearden Earnell Beckham Howard Lawrence Bernstein B. Arnold Birdsong Bonnie Bethany Blankenship Alan Paul Bloebaum Joan Ann Brehm Edward Herbert Brown Joseph Irven Brown Mike Brown Nancy Buck Robert Lee Burnett James Thomas Cain Eugene Allan Calvert John Thomas Camp George Albert Carpenter Patricia Dean Carpenter James William Carter Welda Lajean Chaffin Frances Anne Cleveland Bennie Jean Clinton Donald Vernon Goers Larry James Cole Richard Ray Cole Ina Louise Cooper Richard Wade Corder V. Luanna Burkett Corder John M. Crawford James Robert Crews Norma Jeane Crow Joe Hurley Cunningham, III John Marvin Davis, Jr. Kay Ruby Davis Lois Darlene Davis Lawrence Edward DeBault Augustin Mateo de la Pena Clarence William Dittman Charles Clay Doyle Patsy Anne Drury James Elmo Ellis Kathleen Elizabeth Emmer Charles William Fagg Wanda Louise Flippin Richard Neil Funk Edward Gamaliel Garcia Billy Jack Garner James Turner Garner, Jr. Rogers E. Garrett Jr. Lawrence Louis Germer Luther Jackson Gibson Thomas W. Glass Doris Nell Goslin John Roy Green Larry Walter Grosse David Dunagan Grimland Mary Ann Hammer Robert Jay Hare Billy Arvil Harrell Robert Mateer Harrison, Jr. Bobby Don Hart Richard Harry Haschke John Reed Heard James George Hejl Charles M. Henry, Jr. Edward Robertson Hewlett Martha Moudy Holland Mary Louise Hollingsworth Page 298 RICHARD D. BLAIR Assistant Director, Longhorn Bands Anita Louise Holt Donald Lester Howard LaNalle Marie Hyltin Nick Michael Ingram Edward Thomas Imparato Jr. Amelia Mary Janssen Charles Everett Jones Anthony Hubbard Kallus Alexander Rodger Kennedy Larry Joe Kennedy Allison Clay Kisfler, II Terry J. Kivlin Pete Brice Kline Thomas Dale Knight Allan Paul Koeppe Anne Kopecky William Frank Kopecky Bruce Arthur Kowert Weldon Louis Kuretsch James Robert Latham, II Edmond Howard Lawrence Joe Carrol Lawrence John Michael Leary Michael Joseph Lee Ronnie Hugh Lee Terry Gilbert Leifeste Gary Lewis Lindahl Steve Bernard Lippmann Sherry Ann Longwood John Joseph Lopes Jr. George Howard Luttrell Randa Nell McColIough Susan Jean McCrone John Russell McFarland Melvin Ralph McLaughlin Walter Budge Mabry James Joseph Magee Carl R. Mantzel Joe Ben Marburger John Daniel Marburger Alfred Joseph Marsch James Reese Masten Naomi Martinez Woodson Robin Matthews Jack Abbott Mayer Travis Charles Meitzen Jr. William Edward Melton Griffith Lea Miller James Royce Miller John Howard Morris LuEllen Nagel Benne Kathirene Niemczura Kenneth C. Niethenhoefer Wayne Russell Ocnaschek John C. O ' Neill Delbert Clarance Overstreet, Jr. Mary Glen Parsons Penelope Jones Pearce Tom B. Pederson Margaret Elizabeth Pilgrim Grover Allen Pitman B. Carolyn Porter Thomas 0. Proffitt William Norvill Puckett, Jr. Rogelio Ramirez Patricia Anne Ransom Sandra Jean Rayburne Kenneth Sherman Reaves Irene Louise Reeb Linda Reed Pat Reed Woodward Clement Regan Thomas Bartledes Reynolds Eugene Evans Rhemann Dick Robinson Terry Rodgers Jose Samuel Rodriquez Robert Traylor Russell Michael David Sandgarten Allan Burnham Schmitt Carolyn Schroeter Larry Ludwig Schweers James Larry Scott Curtis Wayne Sebera Anatole Senkevitch Leah Raye Sexton Carolyn Marie Shaw Don Skiles Donna Marie Smoot Beverly Ann Spillar Martin Wayne Spitzenberger Robert Paul Stanton Leslie Wayne Sullivan Robert John Summers Carolyn Jane Swerk Alan Roger Tanner Betty Jean Taub Maurice Edward Thompson, Jr. Velna Rae Thurman Catherine Virginia Vaden Robert Thomas Voigt Gerald Michael Walker Chester Gregg Wallace, Jr. George Haskell Ward, Jr. Lillian Jeannine Watson Frederic Weigl Simmy Welch Olan Dale Williams Gary Lynn Wood Ronald William Wright Robert Young Jrm fm Top Row: Kuretsch, Latham, E. Lawrence, J. Lawrence, Leary, M. Lee. Second Row: R. Lee, Leifeste, Lindahl, Lippmann, Longwood, Luttrell, Mabry. Third Row: Magee, MrCollough, McCrone, McFarland, McLaughlin, Mantzel, J. B. Marburger. Fourth Row: J. D. Marburger, Marsrh, Martinez, Masten, Matthews, Mayer, MeiUen. Fifth Row: Melton, G. Miller, J. Miller, Morris, Nagel, Nieihenhoefer, Ocnaschek. Sixth Row: O ' Neill, Overstreet, Pearce, Pilgrim, Pitman, Porter, Proffitt. Seventh Row: Puckett, Ramirez, Ransom, Rayburne, Reaves, Reeb, L. Reed. Eighth Row: P. Reed, Reynolds, Rhemann, Robinson, Russell, Sandgarten, Schroeter. Ninth Row: Scott, Sebera, Senkevitch, Sexton, Shaw, Skiles, Spillar. Tenth Row: Spitzenberger, Stanton, Sullivan, Summers, Swerk, Tanner, Taub. Eleventh Row: Thompson, Thurman, Vaden, Voigt, Walker, Wallace, Ward. Twelfth Row: Watson, Weigl, Welch, Williams, Wood, Wright, Young. Page 299 B. CAROLYN PORTER Featured Twirler EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT Drum Major IRENE LOUISE REEB Featured Twirler ? ' r vc a- a a. a- Baylor, 1961 PBge 300 The Longhorn Band parading in Washington, D. C. I IJH 4 4 MM t Say or, 7967 Page 301 Front Row: Sexton, Bancroft, Spillar, Shaw. Back Row: Corder, Cooper, Pearce, Porter, Holland, Davis, Rayburne, Holt. The purpose of TAU BETA SIGMA is to honor outstanding women in the band and to stimulate campus leadership, to foster a close relationship between college bands and culti- vate a wholesome respect for their activities and achievements, to act as a service organiza- tion to the local band, and to provide a pleasant social experience for all engaged in col- lege band work. OFFICERS President INA LOUISE COOPER Vice-President KAY RUBY DAVIS Secretary B. CAROLYN PORTER Treasurer SANDRA JEAN RAYBURNE Historian V. LUANNA CORDER Sponsor JANE DiNiNO Sponsor VINCENT R. DiNiNO PLEDGES Martha Moudy Holland Mary Louise Hollingsworth Anita Louise Holt MEMBERS Barbara Jean Bancroft Patricia Dean Carpenter Ina Louise Cooper V. Luanna Corder Kay Ruby Davis Patsy Anne Drury Anne Louise Kopecky Penelope Jones Pearce B. Carolyn Porter Sandra Jean Rayburne Carolyn Schroeter Leah Raye Sexton Carolyn Marie Shaw Beverly Ann Spillar Page 302 Pf The purpose of KAPPA KAPPA PSI is to promote the existence and welfare of the college band, to cultivate at large a wholesome respect for its activities, to foster closer relationships between college bands, to honor out- standing bandsmen with membership, and to provide a pleasant social ex- perience for its members. OFFICERS President JAMES LARRY SCOTT Vice-President DELBERT CLARANCE OVERSTREET, JR. Secretary JAMES ROYCE MILLER Treasurer LAWRENCE Louis GERMER Faculty Sponsor VINCENT RAIRDEN DiNiNO MEMBERS Ora Rozelle Baker Eugene Allan Calvert Donald Vernon Goers Joe Hurley Cunningham, III John Marvin Davis, Jr. James Elmo Ellis Lawrence Louis Germer Walter Budge Mabry Travis Charles Meitzen, Jr. FALL PLEDGES Alan Paul Bloebaum James Thomas Cain Billy Jack Garner Rogers E. Garrett, Jr. Thomas W. Glass Larry Walter Grosse Bobby Don Hart Bruce Arthur Kowert Joe Carrol Lawrence Ronnie Hugh Lee James Joseph Magee Joe Ben Marburger James Royce Miller Kenneth C. Neitenhoefer Delbert Clarance Overstreet, Jr. Thomas 0. Proffitt Eugene Evans Rhemann James Larry Scott Curtis Wayne Sebera Maurice Edward Thompson, Jr. Gary Lynn Wood SPRING PLEDGES Joe Gene Autry Allan Paul Koeppe Joe H. Bearden Michael Joseph Lee Billy Arvil Harrell John Daniel Marburger Kenneth Sherman Reaves Jose Samuel Rodriguez Front Row: Rodriguez, Lawrence, Miller, Overstreet, Scott, Germer, Crosse, Proffitt, Davis, Bloebaum. Second Row: Ellis, Autry, J. B. Marburger, Wood, Kowert, Meitzen- Lee, Garrett, Glass. Third Row: Thompson, Sebera, J. D. Marburger, Garner, Magee, Neitenhoefer, Coers, Harrell. Page 303 FLYING CLUB The Longhorn Flying Club is a non-profit University of Texas organization designed for the benefit of students, faculty, and staff members of the University. It is dedicated to the provision of low cost flying and flight instruction and furthering its members ' knowledge of flying techniques, navigation and other general aeronautical subjects. OFFICERS Fall Spring RONNIE TOOLE President LOGAN VICTOR THOMAS LOGAN VICTOR THOMAS V ice-President WILLIAM DAVID FREEMAN PAUL WAKEFIELD KELLER, JR Secretary FRANK THATCHER ALDRICH CONRAD J. DERDEYN Treasurer ARNOLD KENT ALTSULER BOBBY L. CRUTCHFIELD Faculty Sponsor BOBBY L. CRUTCHFIELD Ronald Carlton Acuff Frank Thatcher Aldrich Arnold Kent Altsuler Robert W. Anderson Betty Jo Andujar Malcolm G. Baker Andrew Thomas Barrett, III Marshall E. Benjamin Baylus Earls Bennett Allan Penny Bloxsom, Jr. Adrian J. Butler, Jr. Gary Murrel Butler Richard P. Carr, Jr. Cory Lloyd Collins Emmet Polk Crow, III Conrad J. Derdeyn Wilson Gordon Dickinson John Walter Dooley Michael Arthur Dymond Paul S. Freeman William David Freeman William M. Gerhardt, Jr. Dan Slay Gillean, Jr. Gary William Graham Curtis 0. Grantham MEMBERS Robert Todd Gregory Floyd Emory Guest, Jr. Margaret Whitton Haley Horace Elmer Hamilton Darrell Gene Harbaum Tyree Hardy John E. Hesse Erwin Fulton Hill, Jr. James Edwin Hill, Jr. Henry Lundy Howland Frank August Hueter, Jr. Thomas Paul Jacomini Paul Wakefield Keller, Jr. Joe Eckley Kirk, Jr. Victor August Kormeier, Jr. Roy Rankin Krezdorn Jack Keith Leeka Fred Robert Lentz James L. Lindgren James Robert Lovett Joseph Richard Luna Thomas Rush Mast Howard Wright Mays, Jr. Louis Scott Meharg Ronald C. Mitchell Richard Wesley Moncrief Edwin Lee Moore, Jr. James Kay Moore, Jr. Robert Keen Moses David Howard Munzell John Everett Musselman Al K. Mustin John S. Neilson, Jr. Lloyd Paul Norwood William Southwell O ' DonneU Hubbard S. Parks Robert S. Parks Tom B. Pederson Kenneth Hugh Price William Walter Rienstra George Ernest Strauch Robert Gordon Sutherland Lewis W. Sweeney Logan Victor Thomas William Thomson Ronnie Toole Herbert Weigl, Jr. Reeves W. Westmoreland Robert Neal Wright, Jr. John Lawrence Young Page 304 LUTHERAN The purpose of the LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION is to confront its members with Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, with His Church and His Call to discipleship ; to bear witness in the academic community to the Gospel as confessed by the Lutheran Church; to afford means whereby students may deepen and express their faith and carry witness into the ecumenical world. OFFICERS MARIE ELAINE BERG President DUANE BUROW MARILYN ELAINE MOENCH . . . V ice-President .... JOHN ALLEN CANUTESON REBECCA RUTH ESCHBERGER .... Secretary CAROLYN ANN SCOGIN Treasurer JAMES FRUEH BUROW REV. HAROLD W. PENNINGTON . . . Sponsor . . . REV. HAROLD W. PENNINGTON Pastor Pennington. Study. MEMBERS Rene Everado Alanis Ann Helen Becklund Ben Farrell Behrens Marie Elaine Berg Janet Louise Berg Bobby J. Blair Dorothy Pauline Brandt Duane Burow James Frueh Burow John Allen Canuteson Karen Ann Dittmar Marie Josephine Eickmann Rebecca Ruth Eschberger Richard Harry Haschke Marilyn Jane Heimann Pinna Lee Indorf Lillian Elise Irons David Carl Johnson Lawerence Erick Kanter Weldon Louis Kuretsch Roy Charles Lindholm Charles W. Manske Roderick Tully McCrea Tanna M. Miller Marilyn Elaine Moench Johnny Martin Reinschmidt Jerry Dennis Sacks Nathan Wayne Schiller Nelson Louis Schiller Carolyn Ann Scogin Carolyn Marie Shaw Michael Stevens Shuler Douglas Clarence Thieme Erik Grinde Thompson Sidney Jean Thompson Robert Thomas Voigt Robert Beal Wehmeyer JoAnn Marie Wessels I ' i ' Fellowship. Lutheran Student Foundation. Page 305 NEU MANCUJB The NEWMAN CLUB is an organization for Catholic culture and fellowship to foster the spiritual, intellec- tual and social interests of the Catholic students at the University. Fall OFFICERS Spring GEORGE G. EDGERTON President WILLIS THOMAS TAYLOR DANIEL KUBIAK First V ice-President RICHARD MICHAEL GALLAGHER JAN MARILYN SCHEIFFER Second V ice-President CATHY WHITE NANCY ELIZABETH SCHLEGEL Third V ice-President Jo ANN SERRANO SHIRLEY ANN LEPPARD Secretary JUDY ANN YEAGER MIKE HANNEMAN Treasurer MIKE HANNEMAN ROY VALERY COMEAUX Sergeant-at-Arms ROBERT WEIL AUSTIN CHARLENE BIETER Club Hostess CAROLYN ALHBRIDGE JANICE LA VERNE HABY Reporter MARY ANN SEAMON FALL CO-ORDINATORS Correspondence KAREN ANN CLEM Fellowship WILLIS THOMAS TAYLOR Housemanager JOE FRANK MARESH Intellectual PHYLLIS MARIE KAZEN Membership RICHARD MICHAEL GALLAGHER Membership HELLEN PATRICIA CARRELL Publicity JOHN PAUL ELDRIDGE Historian SUZAN SEAMAN Religious Articles JUDY ANN YEAGER Social AVERY MARIE SINCLAIR Social BATES LOWRY HOFFER, III Librarian ALLEN C. STANSBURY Parliamentarian JOHN DENIS HAMILTON Men ' s Intramurals ADOLPH GEORGE HAJOVSKY Women ' s Intramurals MARGARET DAVIS Foreign Students MARY ANN SEAMON URC Representative ANNE ADAMS Page 306 THE OF ARAB STUDENTS 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 Fall MOUNIR MAHDI President .... NASSER AL-RASHID V ice-President . . . ABDUL RAHMAN ROUK Secretary YOUNATHAN YousiF YOUASH Treasurer YOUSSEF ASSIR Social Chairman . MOHMAD MAHD Publicity Chairman . SADIQ JAWAD MOSAWY Sports Chairman . . Spring YOUNATHAN YOUSIF YOUASH ARFAN ZAKE AMEEN YOUSSEF KHATOUN ROWAID AKKAD GEORGE ROUAYHEB AZMI ABDUL HADI . . . . SADIQ JAWAD MOSAWY HONORARY MEMBERS Price Daniel Joe West Neal Hubert Ireland Anthony Toprac Will Wilson MEMBERS Sulaim Abdullah Ahmad Adsani Ruwaid Akkad Zuheir Alami Nader Al-Hosay Suliman Al-Kadi Abboud Al-Khafaiji Ali A. Al-Khalaf Abdulaziz Al-Nafei Suliman M. Alomari Omran Al-Omran Nasser Al-Rashid Mansour Al-Sajine Masad Al-Sajine Arfan Zaki Amin Mohamed Ashcar Saud Ashkar Saleh Ashur Youssef Assir Saleh A. Athel Antoine M. Avadisian Hokai Abd Aziz Yousef Aziz Bakr Abdullah Bakr Majed Barakat Khaled A. Batawil Abdelkrim Karim Benchekroun Abdullah M. Blehed George Bordcosh Mike Chichakli Abdullah S. Dabban Wajih Dafashy Ali Diaeddine Ragheb El-Khazen Mahmoud Mohajned El-Lababidy Mohamed Ata Elyas Cherif Faidi Anan Faiz Zahi Hanna Faranish Mahmoud Hassan Fouad Shihadeh John Ganim Ossman Gazzali Abdul Aziz Gwaiz Mohammed Gwaiz Hadi Haddad Judith Haddad Azmi Abdul Hadi Yousef Hamdan Ali H. Hebshi Norman Keith Hester Hidaiat Hussani Bakr A. Isail Taj A. Ismail Yousef Khatoun Ibrahim Y. Kooheji Maan Lababid Walid Maasaran Mohniad Malid Mohamed Deeb Mahdi Mounir Mahdi Abdul Wahab Makeya Ohaly Mansour Sabih Masri Mohamed Sami Matar Naman Mohamed Sadiq Jawad Mosawy Abdul Rahman Mutawli Bishara Naber Amad Nasr Sabah Nussire Abdul Rahman Omran Saleh Rasheed Khoter Rashid Talaat Rihan- George Rouayheb Abdul Rahman Rouk M. M. Sabtout Fahd Saja Nairn Serhan Sami Abdel Shama Hitham Sharaf Mohamed Shawy Robaishy Soleman Abdulah Sultan Gazi Sultan Bourhan Tayara Abdul Aziz Teraki Abdul Rahman Thenayan Zamel A. C. Towesir Faud G. Walkim Suliman Wehaibi Hassan Yamani Younathan Yousif Youash Ali.liill.ili ll.i Rasheed Saloh, Abdulrahman Mutawah. Saud Ashkar, Front Row: Sakher Abou Sakher, Ahmed Juudah, Mahmoud EI-Lahubidi, Mounir Mahdi. Abdullatif Il ra] Abdullah Tassan, Falid Saga. Second Row: Ali Khalaf, Abdcrrahman Gucssous, Abdulah Blehed, Kaled Batawil, Mohamed Bassam. Ruwaid Akkad, Mohamed Ashgar, Ibrahim Kookeji. Abdulazii Nafci, Alhel Saleh. Third Row: Younathan Yousah, Zahed Hamza, Sami Tikrity, Karim Benchekroun, Judith HadJad. Hadi Haddad. Aneare Haddad, Aril Cwaiz, Hatcm Rashid, Sadik Mosawy. Fourth Row: Bill De Rucvrr, Eddie Mahdi, Zuheir Alami, Youef Hamdan, Suliman Roubaishi, Seleman Alkadi, Arfan Ameen, Mohamed Cwaiz. Page 307 LITERARY SOCIEJV Front Row: Strom, Brown, Smith, Peterson. Bakrr, Kelly, N. Powell. Reese, Hanson, Wealhrrs. Sfcond Row: Chrrnikowski, Jirrik, Logan, Shulman, LaMastcr, Thomas D. Horn, Deffebach, Meeks, Barnett, Lyles, M. Powell. Third Raw: Ransdell, Peters, Daily, Rodgers, Schwado, Karchmer, Van Aken, Kern, Luquette, Kunkel, Sanncr, Slid ton. Edelen. Wheeler, Watts. Fourth Row: Martinak, Coggeshall, Lamon, Moore, Alessandra. Schulz. The purpose of the REAGAN LITERARY SOCIETY is to further the enjoyment of literature of all kinds and to promote a spirit of fellowship among women at the University who are interested in literature. OFFICERS President MARY DEFFEBACH V ice-President MOLLY SHULMAN Assistant Vice-President SUZANNE BERNICE LAMASTER Secretary MARY CATHERINE MEEKS Treasurer SANDRA JEAN BARNETT Sponsor MRS. CLAUDE HILL MEMBERS Erin Marie Alessandra Camille Marie Allison Vivian Athens Carolie Ann Baity Barbara Lynn Baker Sandra Jean Barnett Kathlene Nelson Bennett Candy Kay Berry Barbara Claire Brookner Garnett Dowell Brown Stephanie Chernikowski Judy Coggeshall Carol Ann Cole Mary Agnes Collerain Virginia Ruth Graver Barbara Sue Daily Mary Deffebach Nancy N. Dillon Donn Jean Edelen Sari jane Enlist Jacqueline Fermaud Rosalyn Claire Gold Barbara Elaine Grevsky Zeta Lynne Grossnickle Marilyn Virginia Gump Susan Lindsay Hanson Carol Lynn Huber Sandra Jean Jircik Kay Ann Johnson Kerry Ellyn Karchmer Patricia Kelley Nancy Benedict Kelly Carolyn Alexandria Kern Barbara Jean Kunkel Suzanne Bernice LaMaster Emily Ann Lamon Heather Logan Sandra Paul Lo ve Suzanne Luquette Edie Lyles Patricia Ann Maltzman Barbara Elaine Marshall Jeanne Martinak Linda Bragg McDaniel Carol Ross McGown Mary Jan McGregor Mary Catherine Meeks Nancy Portwood Monday Kathleen Fenley Moore Sara Jane Peters Anne Peterson Marian Rather Powell Nancy Duncan Powell Nancy Carolyn Pugh Rebecca Anne Ransdell Kay Reese Dorothy Ray Rodgers Judith Ann Sanner Karen Sue Schneider Mary Virginia Schulz Karen Jill Schwade Carolyn Shelton Molly Shulman Mary Elizabeth Smith Carol L. Strom Carol Ann Sullivan Martha Tipps Donna Kay Townsend Carolyn Van Aken Elaine Robin Volozen Jeanine Anne Watson Barbara Watts Pamela Ruth Weathers Sandra Weinstock Mary Frances Weyrich Rebecca Ann Wheeler Page 308 SOCIEJV FOR 7HE. OF 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 the bringing together of student and business man in the arts of management. OFFICERS Fall Spring DON SMITH FORREST President Louis JOSEPH TRAVELAND Louis JOSEPH TRAVELAND V ice-President WAYNE FREDRIC AGUREN MARY HELEN JOHNSON Secretary MEREDITH FAYE GRANT ROY THOMAS NUNIS Treasurer ROY THOMAS NUNIS HARRY WALTER STEPHENSON, JR. . . Faculty Sponsor .... HARRY WALTER STEPHENSON, JR. LUTHER LEE BAILEY Faculty Sponsor LUTHER LEE BAILEY Wayne Fredric Aguren James Paul Albright William Fred Ansley Howard Thomas Bengtson Don Coleman Blackard Donald Henry Blasingame Charles Ervin Bolton Charles Harold Borup Robert Orville Bostwick Donald Stewart Byerly Craig Otis Canon Jose A. Carabaza Robert Lane Carleton Pete Clarke Billy John Compton Wilbur Lee Cox Charles Warren Eisemann Ann Louise Fichtenbaum Don Smith Forrest Douglas Frost MEMBERS Stephen Charles Gerdes Gary Crawford Godfrey Robert Harvison Graham Meredith Faye Grant Donald Wayne Hendon Ernest L. Hunt Mary Helen Johnson Tom S. Joseph William Frederick Klug E. Darrell Lewis Robert Henry Lowry Gerald Wayne Lyons Perry Maxwell Perry vMiddleton McKinnon, Jr. Thomas Jacob Meinecke Dwight Oliver Monteith, Jr. Shelby Leon Moore Kendell Dean Muenzler William Robert Murfin Thomas Cope Newman Larry Milton Nobles Roy Thomas Nunis Gailand Edward Odom Clifford Eugene Palmer, Jr. David Alan Pyle Arnulfo Rangel Bruce Edward Remmert David Willis Renfro Carlos Raymundo Renteria Thomas Allen Rhea Curtis Ray Rivers Charles C. Roper, Jr. John Mark Roper Ronald Gordon Rosen Gordon Parker Ross Jerry Bart Shipp David Edward St. Clair Frank Thomas Silliman Louis Joseph Traveland Front Rota: Borup, Godfrey, Pyle. Rangel, Bostwick. Bolton, Rhea, Blarkard, Ri-nfro. Sei-ond Row: Carabaza, Traveland, Forrest, Nunis. Johnson, Grant, Fichtenbaum, Odom, Bailey, Joseph, Stephenson. Third Row: Carleton, Hendon, Renteria, Aguren, Palmer, Byerly, Eisemann, Muenzler, Meinecke, Hunt, Cornpton. Fourth Row: McKinnon, Albright, Gerdes, Lewis, Frost, Bengtson, Ross, Silliman. Page 309 STUDENT EDUCATI ON Front Row: Lowe, Deffebach, Marshall (I), Fclder. Back Row: Puzin, Wess -Is, Hcrdman, Connor, Gill. The purpose of the STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION is to pro- mote quality in the teaching profession and to develop skills in cooperative action. OFFICERS President MARY ANNE HERDMAN Vice-President ALICE ANN MARSHALL (1) Secretary MARY ETHLYN DEFFEBACH Treasurer CAROLYN ROSE CONNOR Faculty Sponsor BERNICE DELL FELDER Mary Neil Allbritton Nancy Etta Andrews Toni Lee Armstrong Vivian Athens Linda Lee Barnebey Dona Barrier Charlotte Pauline Becker Lois Ilene Bell Betty Lou Benfer Mary Margaret Boehm Mary Elizabeth Bonnell Nancy Ann Booth Sue Brantlcy Joan Ann Brehm Beverly Anne Brindley Sue Brooks Catherine Elaine Burger Barbara J. Burnett Reba A. Burns Mary Elizabeth Calkin Beverly Kay Callen Patty Patricia Campbell Margaret Diane Carter Janice Mary Chadwell Robert Chambers Chappell E. Ann Chisum Suzan Carol Clark Ella Clements Hazel Jane Clements Carolyn Eslyta Cobb Laura Lee Cockrell Carmon Luell Coffnian Mary Agnes Collerain Carolyn Rose Connor Joan LaVerne Conrad Emily Josephine Crawford Patricia Ann Criswell Linda Valois Crosby Janice Carol Cummings Marilyn Cunningham Karen Ann Cushman Mary Alice Darrah Betty Ann Davidson Mary Ethlyn Deffebach Mary Jo Delk Carolyn Michael Devina Elizabeth Anne Disch Dorothy Joan Dosher Mary Emily Dudley Carol Jane Eads B. Susan Elick Karen Sue Ellingson Joyce Elaine Engelke Linda Burgin English Martha Lugean Esten Maria Elana Eubank EHner Louise Evans Nancy Elizabeth Farquhar Suzanne Fish Susan Faith Fisher Jean Flinn Janet Lyn Caleener Ellen Alvern Gartmen Betty Jean Gill Mary Elizabeth Girdner Joan LaVerne Gordon Marilyn Virginia Gumps Martha Jane Hall Constance Ann Herbert Mary Anne Herdman Josephine Lillian Herring Sarah Herring Prisrilla Jane Hester Helen Hicks Mila Jean Hillard Roberta Sue Hintz Margaret Susan Hobart Roberta Lee House MEMBERS Lloyd G. Hunter Jeanne Daiiey Ingerson Ann Elizabeth Jacoby Kay Ann Johnson Mary Ann Jones Jerrilynn June Kane Dale F. Keffel Nancy Benedict Kelly Mary Carolyn Kestenbau ' m Ann Ashby Kinch Susan Ann Knippa Elizabeth Anne Koch Martha Gay Kokernot Carolyn Rose Kowalski Julia Ann Kunze Fran Marie Kubala Suzanne Bernice LaMaster Jan Mason Lasater Elaine E. Lebowitz Betty Ellen Lowe Willie Fred Lowrance Jean A. Lynch Maedene Maedgen Gail Markey Alice Ann Marshall (I) Alice Ann Marshall (II) Jeanne Martinak Mary Ann Matranga Norma Lee May Linda Carol McClain Margaret McGowan Melinda Jay McGriff Mary Jean Mclntyre Alva Sue Mcjunkin June Elizabeth McKenzie Mary Catherine Meeks Carolyn Washburn Mehr Barbara Ann Milstead Laura Jayne Mings Page 310 Jane Moody Zane Ann Morgan Dorothy Durst Morrow Margaret Celeste Morton Mary Behrend Mumme Margaret Patricia Myers Sharon Ann Myers Paula Virginia Norman Donna Faye Oberpriller Patti Oliver Martha Jean Payne Patricia Luella Peacock Gloria Peterson Carolyn Sue Pfeiffer Virginia C. Pratt Anita Louise Preston Suzanne Prince Michelle Alice Puzin Martha Gail Rape Laurie Kathleen Rayburn Arden Reed Carol Rich Jane Rich Jane Carolyn Ricks Margaret Anne Rudder Dixie Ruth Sauls Susan Seaman Linda Lee Shepard Katherine Marie Skinner Linda Ann Sleeper Janet P. Slomchinski Sharron Elizabeth Smartt Carolyn Irene Smith Jan Smith Nancy Jo Spears Mary Kathleen Spence Mildred- Laverne Spitzenberger Patsy Jean Stampp Barbara Ruth Stern Mary Carolyn Stone Martha C. Strack Dorothea Faubion Stranghan Barbara Ann Taylor (fl) Carol Ann Terp Sandra Carol Thomas Billy Joe Thompson Mary Dale Thomson Mary Charlene Thorp Barbara G. Tinker Carolyn Tinsley Linda Suzanne Tixier Phyllis Blakey Todd Donna Kay Townsend Joyce Kay Turner Mary Cornelia Vervel Wilma Jean Wages Janet Louise Wark Ann Dawn Watford Barbara Watts Pamela Ruth Weather Carolyn Jeannette Weathersbee Gayle Welhausen Joann Marie Wessels Janie Lucille Westbrook Margaret Ann Westergard Bettina Rives Wilbanka Jacquelyn Sue Williams John Wilson Madelyn Faye Wilson Martha Jean Womack Mary Carolyn Wood Elizabeth Ann Wood Toni Woodford Dewanna Dale Wribora Ruth Lynne Youngblood OFFICERS President ROBERT VERNON LEE V ice-President MICHAEL DONALD WILLIAMS Secretary-Treasurer EVA NELL WlSNER Reporter-Historian V. LUANNA CORDER Conductor . J. FRANK ELSASS PICCOLO Frances Anne Cleveland FLUTE V. Luanna Corder Carol Giffen Jan Jopling Helen C. McNallie Michael Carl Stoune OBOE Alfred Joseph Marsch Nathan Wayne Schiller Charles Orlando Veazey BASSOON Naomi Martinez John C. O ' Neill, Jr. CLARINET Anna Kingsley Brace Grace Belle Broussard James George Hejl Mary Louise Hollingsworth Robert Vernon Lee Joyce Arlene Matthey Olivia Anne Patton Mariadel Rosario Perez Rogelio Ramirez Marion M. Williams Michael Donald Williams John Maxwell Wilson Eva Nell Wisner ALTO SAXOPHONE Patsy Anne Drury Lois Ann Roberson Evelyn Joyce Russell Melvin D. Scott TENOR SAXOPHONE Elizabeth Ruth Johnson James Perry McKinley BARITONE SAXOPHONE Joseph Irven Brown BASS CLARINET Eugene Evans Rhemann Larry Ludwig Schweers Robert Lloyd Williams FRENCH HORNS Charles Randall Boner J. Michael Crawford James Theron Fergus David Parker Grover Allen Pitman Deanna Stoune Kelly Mac Ward CORNET James Thomas Cain Don Dwight Cox Donna Maria Gregory Stacey William Hager Joe David Ibanez Glendal Laminack Harry Alonzo McDonald Robert Paul Stanton Robert John Summers Stephen Floyd Weger TRUMPET Thomas Harley Arnold Gary Murrel Butler Larry James Cole Charles A. Doiron Nick Michael Ingram Larry W. Robinson BARITONE Sandra Jean Rayburne TROMBONE Juan F. Fraustro Barry Scott Irwin Millard Lowell Jarrett Griffith Lea Miller Gerald Jay Rosenberg TUBA Noble G. Fortson John Joseph Lopes, Jr. Robert Eugene Massey PERCUSSION Rogers E. Garrett, Jr. Eddie Cameron Garza Frank Barnett Ray Gerald Michael Walker J. FRANK ELSSAS, Conductor Front Roto: Jimmy Hejl, Eva Wisner, Bob Lee, Rosario Perez, Carol Giffen. Luanna Corder, Mike Sloiine, Jan Jopling. Second Row: Mike Williams, Woodrow Thrower, Mike Spain, Raymond Lee Schroeder, Grace Broussard, Nathan Schiller, Charles Veazey, Mickey Sandgarten, John Morris, Frances Cleveland, Barbara Ziegler, Helen McNallie. Third Row: Rogelio Rameriz, Joyce Matthey, Marion Williams, Richard Funk, Fred Freeman, Anna Brace, Jerri Snyder, Richard Bass, Gene Rhemann, Larry Schweers, Robert Williams, Jack O ' Neill, Naomi Martinez, James McKinley. Betty Ruth Johnson, Melvin Scott, Evelyn Russell. Fourth Row: Kelly Ward, Bert Howard, Mike Crawford, Deanna Stoune, Jim Fergus, David Parker, Grover Pitman, Charles Boner, Tommy Arnold, Bob Sum- mers, Glendal Laminack. Steve Weger, Don Cox, Donna Gregory. James Cain, Larry Cole, Harry McDonald, Charles Doiron. Filth Row: Juan Faustro, Barry Irwin, Milt Jarrelt, George Crawford, Gerald Rosenberg, Tommy Ccrvenka, Griff Miller, Sandra Rayburne, Larry Robinson, John Lopes, Noble Fortson, Bob Breckenridge, Eddie Garza, Gerald Walker, Frank Ray, Belly A. Jopling. Page 311 C - M A Front Row: Bande, Barnard, Bradley, Burns, Campbell, Couch, Cunningham, Ermcl, Clickman. Second Roic : Goud, Graves. Gregp, Henderson, Hewlett, Hyatt, Jackson, Johnson, D. Jones. Third Row: H. Jonea, R, Jones, Kelley, Musgrove, Neyland, Nixon, Oliver, Pickard, Powell, Presson. Fourth Row: Reeder, Sanders, Sebera, Sharpe, Smith, Steck, Tjotter, Van Steenkistc, Welch, Williams. The TEJAS CLUB was organized on this campus in 1925 for the purpose of promoting good fellowship and scholarship. Membership is extended by the unanimous vote of the members. OFFICERS Fall Spring BERT Louis CAMPBELL President JULIUS GLICKMAN PAUL LONGFELLOW GOOD Vice-President JAMES Gus NIXON JAMES CARL HYATT Secretary HAROLD MARK WELCH EDWARD ROBERTSON HEWLETT Business Manager PAUL LONGFELLOW GOOD JOHN LEONARD KELLEY . . Social Chairman . . EUGENE REEDER MEMBERS Henry Howard Baade, Jr. David Charles Barnard John Brooks Bradley Russell Eugene Burns Bert Louis Campbell John Rowland Cook Paul David Couch Joe Hurley Cunningham Laurin C. Currie James Hudson Dudley William Frank Ermel Julius Glickman Paul Longfellow Good Tom Cody Graves Tom Will Gregg, Jr. Ralph Joseph Henderson, Jr. Edward Robertson Hewlett Carroll Boyce Hornburg James Carl Hyatt Jimmy A. Jackson Carl Travis Johnson Dalton Lane Jones Harvey Michael Jones Robert Ellwood Jones John Leonard -Kelley Robert Murray Kendrick Glenn Burke Musgrove James Elwyn Neyland James Gus Nixon Leaton Thomas Oliver William Alexander Pickard Joe Thomas Powell Richard Charles Price Ellis Wynn Presson Eugene Reeder James Allen Sanders. Jr. Curtis Wayne Sebera James Shelby Sharpe Donald Richard Smith Charles Michael Spain Thomas Aimer Steck Ernest Lee Taubert Robert Sydney Trotter. Jr. Richard John Van Steenkiste Harold Mark Welch Mark Ellison Williams Page 312 um I 4 rtiias { i - EDITED BY WAYNE SHULL Page 313 OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS THC wr: J i I 1 SCIENCE The Army ROTC exists to develop officers for the United States Army, to provide a corps of well-educated, well-rounded leaders for an Army that would need to expand with lightning speed in a national emergency. With this in mind, the Army ROTC has been designed to de- velop the qualities of leaderrfj TnTOuHege trained men. Today, the ArmyROTQ B gSffikfferai to 155,000 students by 247 institutionsKf4rigl|MB feraP rBfrApgyica. The De P art B W HP t thC Univershy in 1947, has pr fe fejI oT officers for the U. S. Army. A wise and p flict may comi same thoughtfu at armed con- ncident. This challenges of our and to face this pus " part of his ives a student a broad un- COLONEL HERBERT E. BROWN Professor of Military Science modern day livi kind of emergenc 1 college education. The derstanding of the functioning and problems of our national govern- ment, a knowledge of our nation ' s defenses. 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 com- munity. The main entrance of the R.O.T.C. building Army R.O.T.C. units drilling at Whitaker Field Page 316 Front Row : Captain George Don Young, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Higley, Colonel Edward Wallace Austin, Colonel Herbert E. Brown, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Lee Huff acker, Captain John Harlow Mr In tush, Captain Horace R. Jordan. Back Row: Staff Sergeant Elvin Leroy Meyers, Master Sergeant James Willie Farmer, Master Sergeant Jack B. Dickerson, Master Sergeant Wayne Ray Lovett, Sergeant First Class William Reese Helm, Sergeant First Class Raymond Leonard Roegner, Sergeant First Class Ernest William Harrison. The cadet ' s training provides him with an understanding of human behaviors, together with proven methods for motivating the men under him, and an indoctrination in the techniques of leadership, tested practices and devices which tend to make a leader effective. This leadership training will be equally beneficial to him in fulfilling his military obligation and in his chosen civilian career. Front Row: John Casper Drolla, Jr., William Cameron McCuIloch, Gilbert Philip Anderson, Robert Charles Kelly, Barry Biggs, Nathaniel Parker Turner, Austin Prentiss Young, III. Bach Row: Glenn Burke Musgrove, Ernest Albert Knippa, Palmer Schweppe, Gregg Lipscomb, Noros Howard Martin. Page 317 YOUR STORY The band is playing and your moment has finally arrived after four long years. Someone very dear to you is pinning a gold bar upon your shoulder. In one hand you carry your college diploma and in the other, a commission in the United States Army. Perhaps four years is noi such a long time after all. It seems only yesterday that you as a new freshman walked into the ROTC Building, drew your uniforms, and became a cadet in the Army Reserve Officers Traning Corps. Slowly at first, you learned the difference between right face and left face. You became a team member of a cadet squad and regardless of what anyone said, your squad was the best ! In the classroom your first year you learned about weapons, military tactics, and the military doctrines of the United States. The cadets around you repre- sented a cross section of college students and you soon had many new friends. You begin to realize the importance of the ROTC Program as a source of military leaders and the vital role of the Army in the security of your country. More of the rough edges were smoothed down in the second year of your training. The proud heritage of the American fighting man was the keynote of the American Military History course and training in Map Reading gave you a valuable tool for your active duty. Again this year you took your best girl to the big social event of the year the annual military ball. Can you ever forget how lovely she looked in her formal ? At the beginning of the Junior year, having achieved a satisfactory academic and leadership rating, you were offered an advanced contract to continue your training. You were also put on Uncle Sam ' s payroll. For two years you had been learning and now you began to teach others. Now, it waa your turn to lead the squad as a cadet sergeant. This was your first leadership position, your first command! Classwork began to take on a more specialized aspect as you devoted more time to branch tactics and techniques (Quartermaster, Transportation, Engineer, and Military Police) . You learned in a course on leadership that the prestige of an officer has to be earned. At summer camp you put into practice the theory you had learned in the classroom. The hours were long and the training rugged, but the spirit of accomplishment shared with others was reward enough. It was here that many facets of your leadership were evaluated your ability to grin and bear it when the going got tough, your co- operation in the achievement of a common goal, and your initiative in taking command in an emergency. Your senior year, you came back to the campus and were made a cadet officer. As a platoon leader in the fall, your company was the bes on the company guidon to prove thi dividend. In the spring as a staff off of the cadets under you. In the cl with the general subjects of administra company ! They may not have seen a " best Company " pennant but you knew it. The leadership you earned paid its first er you planned the training and handled the personnel problems ssroom there was more specialized study in your branch along ion and military law. This was the year you exchanged places with the military instructor and had full responsibility for conducting a period of instruction. Now it is June and as the band completes the last strains of " The Eyes, " you suddenly realize you are now no longer a cadet. Yes, you are now an officer in the United States Army. A bright future awaits you and the lovely young lady beside you. This, then is your ROTC Story, one which you will long remember with a deep sense of satisfaction. Page 319 GORDETTES Organized during the fall of 1961, the Cordettes have demonstrated their value to the ROTC pro- gram as a woman ' s auxiliary and service organiza- tion. They have effectively assisted the Corps spon- sors at ROTC social functions, such as the Military Ball and receptions for visiting officers, and at drills and ceremonies. The Cordettes have become a significant service element of the University Army ROTC program as well as adding color and glamour. Front Row: Susan Zemma Murrell, Rebecca Ruth Davis, Corrie Ann Crofts, Sally Ann Fetter, Patsy Ann Albreclit, Martha June Lanier. Second Row: Nanry Eileen Anderson, Ariane Barnes, Frances Anne Jones, Elizabeth Anne Austin, Mary- ellen Hurd. Third Row: Ann S. Kasman, Barbara A. Randies, Charlinc Ann Beardsley, Sharon Beckley, Nannetl Gene Jarrclt. Fourth Row: Patti Frirk, Suzanne Eleanore Earhart, Lyne Marie VanEman, Alice Tamm Addington, Mary Jo Ponsford. Fifth Row: Susan Rose Cohen, Susan Broole Whitney, Judye Ann Galeencr, Diane M. Dodson, Alice Cauthorn. Sixth Row: Sondra Alma Halliday. I Barbara A. Randies, Diane M. Dodaon, Rebecca Ruth Davis. Sally Ann Fetter, Patsy Ann Albreclit, Martha June Lanier, Nancy Eileen Anderson. Frances Anne Jones, Corrie Ann Crofts, Susan Zemma Murrell. Page 320 1 I CONFEDERATE This picturesque drill squad is a voluntary Army ROTC organization. The uniforms are replicas of the original Texas Brigade of the Confederate Army; their weapons are authentic Civil War breech loading Springfield rifles; and their drill conforms with Hardee ' s manual used by both sides during the Civil War. As a one-of-its-kind drill squad, the Confederates have traveled over 10,000 miles since they were organized in 1954 appearing in various parades and celebrations. RANKER DRIL The Ranger Drill Company is the Army ROTC ' s precision drill team sponsored by the Corps of Cadets and organized to pro- mote the best in drill proficiency and to represent the Army ROTC in invitational drill competitions and special drills and cere- monies. The Ranger Company was granted an honorary charter by the Department of Public Safety for the State of Texas which authorized them to use the name " Rangers. " Front Row: John Casper Drolla, Jr., Charles Andrew Elliott. Second Row: George Jack Nachman, William Ferrol Creager, James Robert Darnell, Jr., Dan Selwyn Smith, David Ernest Norman tl, Gustavo Hector Martinez, George Warner Dawson, Harold Kent Hemingson. Third Row: Bert Nathaniel Wiseley, Gerald Victor Garrison, David Arnold Pullen, Perry Herman Finger, Gerhard Fritz Gruschkus, James Rufus Odiorne, Jr., Robert Roy Baines, Jr.. Charles Lacy Newton, Don Fredrick Vaccaro. Fourth Row: Michael Vance Killough, Herbert E. Evans, Robert John Anderson, David Henry Harms, Richard Patrick Perez, Gerald Anthony Semrod, James Gary Young, Clarence Lee Born, Julius Louis Germano. Page 321 AlW CADET QUARTERMASTER the individual lothes he wears, him, and other equip- success in battle. The Quarterma fighting man the petroleum neces inent and supplies Petroleum pumping equipment used by the quartermaster to supply the needs of a mechanized army. Seated: Cadet Captain Houston Whatley, Cadet Second Lieuten- ant Robert Connor Briggs, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel James Percival Edwards, III, Cadet Captain Nix O ' Brien Bodden, Cadet Major Robert Darrel Yoder, Cadet First Lieutenant Gaylord Kenney McDaniel. Standing: Cadet First Lieutenant Thomas Milton Schroeder, Cadet Major Thomas Weir Labatt, III. Seated: Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Young Carothers. Standing: Cadet First Lieutenant Richard Parnell Privette, Cadet First Lieutenant Abelardo Hinjosa, Cadet Captain Benjamin Rush Norvell, Cadet Major Edwin James Gilbert. Engineer cadets get a lesson in applied engineering at summer camp. The missi the combat general engin fortifications roads, buildin missions w s to increase by means of g, demolitions, aintenance of :rform combat (SROUP UMARY POUCE. The officers a have a great re: charged with the control, physica installations the duties f Afiis branch is aptly pu to, " Service feme Command. " the cross pistols itary Police are nd order, traffic risoner of war summary of their mot- soldiers who we 1C inement facil The safe procedure for military search and seizure. Left to Right: Cadet Second Lieutenant Charles Frederick Eck- hardt, Cadet Major Nathan Fred Cliett, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel John Henderson Smither, Cadet Major Henry Swift Cherry. Left to Right: Cadet Major Thomas E. Sandlin, Cadet Lieuten- ant Colonel Everett Kinne Melby, Cadet Captain Thomas Keith Meier, Cadet Captain Jerry L. Leadbetter. Air control, an expanding segment of the responsibility of the Transportation Corps. is responsible for the war. This involves mediums of trans- and trucks and ice under any con- The Transportation Co movement of people the design and proj portation aircra the training of ope ditions of weather and terrain anywhere in the world. ACOMWJV B Front Row: Eugene Baines Manning, Jesse Jack Sedwick, Clarence Aubrey Welsh, Benjamin Sims Parrack, Glenn Lee Hardin. Second Row: James Howard Gentry, James Thomas Hall, Donald Earl Casey, Jr., Michael Alexander Hopper, John R. Allen, Robert Michael Warner, Lazarus Gonzales, Peter John Hennessey, II, Jack Caldwell Knox, Jr., William Luckey Mays, Jr., Edward Lee Whitworth, Ben Russell Eppright, Jr., Morris Delon Seay, Gary Bob Peeler. Third Row : Johnny Anthony Kopecky, Vernon Leo Tehas, Richard Dixon Maxwell, Covan Rodney Shultz, James Walker Mize, Jr., Robert Baker Shirley, Vernon Warren Friday, Neil Radelf Latimer, William Robert Thomson, Sandy Embesi, Charles Darling, Jr., Armour Verchal Mellard, Jr. Fourth Row: Edward Frederick Nordmeyer, Thomas James Newton, Alan Chu, Marshall Lee Anderson, Johnce Eugene Hall, James Fielding Duulap, Thomas Benja- min Bell, William Olan Stevenson, John Franklin Greer, Stanley Dee Rockey, R. Norman Nelson, Jr., Rene Joseph Baeten, Edgar Daniel Bailey. Front Row; Michael Wayne O ' Neill, Thomas Gray Godfrey, Carlos Alberto Garza-Gongora, Jr., Don Hughes McEIhone, William George Egelholf, Harry Llewellyn Kent, III, Robert Ernest Mangum, Jr., Jerry Carlton Price. Second Row: Joe David Ibanez, Jr., James Earl Reed, Roy Wade Bost, Wesley Martin Luster, Joseph Gordon Sumner, Jr., Patrick Cunningham Oxford, Edwin Allan Cook, Edward Ralph Barron, Monroe Wayne Jones, Raymond Lee Johnson, Jr., Byron Eugene Cole, Lash Devous Hansborough, Arthur Rhew Dooley, Jr., William Allen French. Third Row: Jess Leland Stanford, Daniel Ray Lazicki, David Rohert Moers, Cleaburn Roy Zwernemann, David Warren Dingwall, Joseph Leon Jackson, Arthur Bryant Brown, Phillip Lloyd Medellin, Jimmy Dale Polozeck, Glen Harris Kallmau, Hal Gene Wychopen, Mark Leonard Thompson. Fourth Row: Preston Danford Prouty, Thomas Neal Welsh, James Harold Stewart, Jr., Lynn Thomas Barber, Don Morris Deffebach, Frank Bosworth Hagler, Calvin Tapp, III, Mickey Bryan Montgomery, Oscar Newell Goode, Jr., John Thomas Robinson, Adan Isael Castaneda. Front Row: Stephen Marshall Simon, Mark William Bermann, Roy Edward Henderson, Robert Henry Ritter, Charles Moore Bardwell. Second Row: Robert Lindsey Tyson, Lawrence Seymour Sondock, David Dean Ling, Henry Lee Barbee, James Peden Dowis, Waldo Wilburn Montgomery, Thomas Hood Herren, Timothy Haskell McCoy, Steven William Ritzwoller, Stanley Allen Lack, Richard Neal Buchanan, Gary Wayne Sachnowitz. Third Row: J. B. Lathem, Samuel August Hoerster, Frank Michael Stepczyk, Thomas Harvey Minor, Anthony Post Eastmond, Charles James Gardner, Thomas Allen Bun- kley, Claude Edward Hempel, Harvey Tevis Herd, Lee Bryan Whitten, Jr., Collet t B. Dil worth. Fourth Row: Jack Layne Harper, Jimmy F. Hudgins, Randolph Gates Berry, George Anderson Elder, Jr., Gerald Ed Schroeder, Stephen Fuller Austin, Philip Cebern Musgrave, Roy Bob Beene, Gary Crawford Godfrey, Henry Morris Peterman, John Frederic LeFlore, Charles Willard Thomas, Gary Lynn Wood. Page 324 CO URWD Front Row: James Carroll Herring, Jr., Charles Warren Eisemann, Richard John Kocurek, Richard Craig Hill, Edward Lee Niehaus, William Ray Robinson, Jerry Donald Schwartz. Second Row: Jerald Philip Goodstein, George Dewar Case, Anthony Charles Jung, Noros Howard Martin, Jerome Carl Lipkin, Park E. Bishop, Charles Ned Gold- berg, Stuart Barry Robbins, Robert Lane Carleton, Dean Marshall Greenwood, John Garland Flowers, III. Third Row: Felix Raul Garza, Jr., George Robert Stone, Walter Mathis Bain, James Franklin Gladson, Jr., Robert Arnold Spears, Jr., Morton Lee Herman, Terry Paul Wizig, James Charles Barbour, Elmer Lee Hackebeil, Jr., Robert Murray Kendrick. Fourth Row: John H. Coats, Orrin Kepler Grove, Marvin Rubenstein, Joe David Millian, Joseph Mattingly, Don Ellis Leonard, Neal Avery Watt, Frank Herlin Cox, Alvin Ray McFarland, Lucien Benton Campbell, Palmer Thompson Schweppe. Front Row: Alfred Autrey Breath, Skipper Lay, Gilbert Saenz, William B. Wilkerson, Jr. Second Row: Bobby Gene Diggs, Fred Robert Lentz, William Frederick Ansley, Michael Lawner Patton, Harold Ray Crutsinger, ilobert Elliott Watts, Jack Felton Furrh, Jr., Clark Campbell Wren, III, Forrest Worth Wagner, David Michael South, Albert Glenn Gonzales, Dan Adolph Fleckman. Third Row: Jim Walter Westbrook, Clinton Ray Werner, Henry Andrew Regnicr, Stonewall Jackson Fisher, III, Tuck Clayton Gumm, Victor August Kormeier, Raul Santa Ana, Edward Wayne Patterson, Edward Francis Christie, John Paul Burke, Jr., Lou Henry Hall. Fourth Row: Malcolm James Bell, Jr., Maurice Marcus, Christian Melford Gotham, III, Patrick Gordon Lawrence, John Harvey Hudspeth, Ralph Lavon Arrell, Samuel Dotson Dibrell, Edward Randall Reed, Joseph Alfred May, Richard E. Magee, Jr., Jerry Ramon Laufman. Front Row: William Hamilton Calvert, Hal Freeman Simmons, Laurens Allen Hall, Gunter Kim Gaskell. Second Row: Frank Wilson Patton, Robert Elliott Zimmermano, Stephen Henry Gardner, Dan William Ryan, August William Smith, Jr., Gordon Darid Martin, Gregory Peter Wene, Timothy Francis Doreeo, Robert Bruce Cole, Walker Weir Wilson, Robert McNeil Beasley. Third Row: Leopold C. Zertuche, Jr., James Gary Veazey, Vernon Otto Markworth, ' Samuel David Ellison, Michael A. Scott. Jackie Joe Bullion, Rodney Wayne Satter- white, Weyman Haywood Dunlap Walker, Juan Paz R. Pena, Wayne Maxwell Shull. Fourth Row: William Crocker St. Clair, James Herman Kerr, Randolph Lee Smith, Michael Don Winter, Ned Wolchansky, Stephen Perrin McWhorter, Darrell Thomas Hawkes, Gerry William Reams, Winston Keith Setzer, Danny Morris Cain, Eldon Lewis Jones. Page 325 Front Row: Thomas Lafferty Adleta, Clifford Perry Shankle, Jr., John Frederick Gray, Robert Henry Kuempel, William Leon Rivers. Second Row: Bruce William Crandell, James Durham Sweeten, William Wright Landers, George Richard Moyer, Jr., Edward Washington Rose, Aubrey Lesley ' Price, Walter John Colbert, Marvin Joseph Brenner, Harvard Keith Nix, George Frank Oatman, Jr. Third Row: Duncan Morris Wilder, Gary Joseph Weaver, Leo John Peterson, Keith Tulloss Childers, Robert Melburn Hopson, Robert Lee Boyer, William Paul Brandon, John Clark Hurst. Fourth Row: Robert Monroe Speed, Ray Salcido Martinez, Robert Thomas Givens, Richard James Perrone, Michael Ross Billiard, Robert Lamar Anderson, William Robert Sandford, Richard York Funston, James Howard Koehn. Front- Row: John Dudley Wilder, John Howard Palmer, David Allen Smith, Richard Lee Henshel. Second Row: Jeff Wright Jones, Forrest Hines Clark, Jr., Clifford Eugene Day, Jr., Raymond Miller Hawkins, Carl Travis Johnson, Jackie Edward Peoples, Richard Edward Thompson, Mark Scott Barrow, John Taylor Farr. Third Row: Tommy Warren Kemp, William Louis Mauthe, David Walter Eckman, Harry Joe Masch, William Harold Cooper, Gerald Wesley McKee, Lamar Eugene Lawson, Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Jr. Fourth Row: William David Ruckman, Timothy Don VonDohlen, Victor A. Driscoll, John Calvin Oliver, Randolph Kin Miller, William Webster Green, Edward Woolery Price, James Cecil Mills, Richard Tracy McCarroll. RIFLE 754M Front Row: Lieutenant Junior Grade Gordon Paul Sprague, Jr., Lieutenant W. B. Lovell, Major Dana Burton Cashion, Captain Dale C. Reed, Commander Herbert W. H. Dankert, Lieutenant Commander Eugene L. Vanderbeck, Lieutenant George W. Porter, Jr. Second Row: Chief Quartermaster Robert Henry Harris, Chief Storekeeper Joseph Leo Alfred LaCharite, Sergeant William Cavanagh Rose, Mrs. Eva Farley, Mrs. Muriel Piasky, Chief Gunners Mate Lawrence William Bowen, Chief First Control Technician Ernest Lavada Wagner, Yeoman First Class Edmond Earl Davis. 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 nation- wide 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 Professor 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 and Marine Corps Reserve. Midshipmen receive valuable training during the summer months when they embark on cruises of 6-8 weeks ' du- ration. Textbook knowledge is supplemented with practical seamanship and knowledge gained on Naval Air Sta- tions, Marine Corps Bases, Destroyers, Submarines, Carriers, and Cruisers located from San Diego, California, to Sasebo, Japan. FALL Front Row: Benjamin Griffin Hammond, Robert O ' Brien Johnson, Steven George Mecham. Second Row: Charles Joseph Moritz, Mark Ellison Williams, Ronald Lynn Woodfin, Arthur Joseph Schmidt, Jr., Darwin Edgar Bremer, Roy Eugene Miller, Terry Joe Witt. Third Row: Charles Hubert Petri, Eugene Warren McWhorter, George Richard Settle, Rodney Curtis Koenig, Hocker Ritchie Reed, Thomas Fenley Westerman. Fourth Row: Weldon Keene McDonald, Alan S. Beinhorn, Robert Wallar Looney, Charles Robert Mitchell, Harvey Jackson Hewett, Jr., Eric Rufus Tanner. Front Row: Samuel Clark Winegardner, Rudolph Vince Krueger, Sidney Kent Bill UP. Second Row: Frank Mills Shallene, James Joseph Jaros, Richard WooUey Chote, Rodney Curtis Koenig, Kenneth Baldwin McFarland, Robert Wallar Looney, Russell Eugene Morrow, Harvey Jackson Hewett, Jr., Leighton Baugh Brown. Third Row: Donald Lee Woods, Dan Sewell Ward, Eddie Yates Newcombe, Roger Dan Rodgers, Kenneth Thompson Welch, Carlos Guillermo Cardenas, George Alan Nugent, Donald Carter Rutherford. Fourth Roto: Weldon Keene McDonald, James Earl Langley, David Lee Williams, Robert Edwin Woodman, Harold Gilbert Lutz, Jr. Page 327 FIRST PLATOON Front Row: John McPherson Pinckney. Second Row: Charles Edward Bonney, David Edward Reese, Richard Wayne Allen, Donald Canaday Ahnger, Kenneth Edward Smith, William George Bartz, Robert Gerald Ballard, Michael Jimmy Roddy, Douglas Mac Arthur Simmons, Gary William Schoen. Third Ron-: Charles Samuel Snell, Marvin Robert Blakeney, Richard Millar Francis, Vaughn Motley Bryant, Jr., Paul Earl Miller, Steven Walter Sheaf fer, Roberto Cipriano, John Monroe Saunders, Lawrence Richard Anderson. Fourth Row : Kenneth Carl Fletcher, Kristinn Jngi Hansen, James William Dodson, M ichael Thomas English, John Daniel Palmer, Elliott Manferd, John Howard Black, George Cleo Steinke, David -Peter Cotellesse, Louis Edward Spradlin. SECOND PLATOON Front Row: Daniel Stratton Gwinner. Second Row: Barry Scott Irwin, James Lewis Fulwiler, William Peter Oppel, Henry Hoi man. III, Jack Vernon Strickland, Jr., James Markey Donohoe, Jr., Kenneth James Moore, Gerald Dale Hilbert, James Robert Latham, II, Rabun Thomas Wilson, III. Third Row: Patrick Michael Preston, John Marshal] Jarratt, Jerryl McWayne Lynch, Warren Neilson Lipscomb, Jr., Kenneth Duncan Harrison, Dan Francis Travis, William Carl Hill, Howard Harvey Hamilton, Andrew George Anderson. Fourth Row: Charles Wetherill Simons, Henry Horace Rothell, Jr., Alan Keith Johnson, Edward Anthony Verner, Charles Thomas Key, William Leo Moll, John Randall Kennedy, David Clarence Neubauer, David Warren Joyner, Allie Jack Ralston. THIRD PLATOON Front Row: Eddie Yates Newcombe. Second Row: Gerald Milton Most, Richard Bennett Zey, David Lawrence Mercer, Dennis Arley Peterson, Don Wallace Brown, Rae Russell Burton, Jr., Claude Morris Green, Jr., Edmund John Fleming, Jr., Guest Whitaker, III, George Gerald Causey. Third Row: Roger Ervin Crooks, Clinton James Coneway, Thomas Joseph Tomaro, Sam Rojer Reese, III, Samuel James Lee. II, James Steven Ryder, Mansel Monroe Wood, Fain McDougai, Jr. Fourth Row: Hugh Len Gray, Fred Mack Luckie, Allen Scott Watkins, John Henry Stpckett, III, James Thomas Watts, Robert Adalbert McLauchlan, Samuel Hall Evans, Paul Randolph Doggett, Herschel Marvin Timmons, Jr. Page 328 BRAVO FIRST PLATOON Front Row: John Edward Hesse. Second Row: Roberto Lara, Sam Stanbery, Kenneth Jame Gibson, Scott Charles Follett, Roy Wasilkowski, Robert Lafayette Adair, III, Richard Gross, Robert Lee Collier. Third Row: Dennis Foster Brandon, Jerry Edmond Chiles, Marion Lee Brandes, Douglas Frank Dupre, Geoffrey Gait Graydon, Hilton Fort Davis, Raymond Leon Hagood, Mack Wayne Allred. Fourth Row: Jerry Mac Dunagan, Richard Allen Hurt, John William Hitchcock, Monty Bill Price, Stephen Gary Fruechtenicht, Jerry Robert Reed, John Davis Fischer, Rodney Meredith Green, Larry Douglas Herriott. SECOND PLATOON Front Row: Richard Woolsey Chote. Second Row: Ronald Dean Balsley, Robert Ross Jackson, Dudley Lynn Thomas, John Ambler Small ing, Jesse Murel Stewart, Felix Theodore Terry, Jr., Ben Allen Krause, Robert Nottingham Tracy. Third Row: Clifford Wayne Thomas, John Larry Cranberry, Herschel Bernard Smart t, Walter Strong Moseley, Joel Stanley Seffel, Lloyd Eugene Jordan, Russell Charles Scholl, Jr. Fourth Row : Joseph Loren Jordan, John Thomas Mont ford, Robert Louis Gartner, Thomas Gordon Martin, Gerald Conrad Lund, Oris Dale Langford, Robert Reid Isbell, Henry Philip Schaefer. THIRD PLATOON Front Row: Russell Eugene Morrow. Second Row: Richard Joseph Petronis, John Dewitt Davis, III, Roger Albert Marien, Robert Kenedy Speedie, Tom McMurry Broad, Dan Kelly Collins, Robert Lee Jone, Jr. Third Row: Randell Keith Whaley, Mariin Joseph Cross, Robert William Blair, Jr., John Michael Mason, Luke Harrell Miller, Jr., Wayne Earle Miers, Edward Bennett Cart- wright. Fourth Row: David Canner Wilbourne, George Frederick Majewski, Edmond Howard Lawrence, Richard Samuel Williams, Donald Douglas DurHinger, Andrew John Gallerand. Page 329 BUCCANEERS Front Row: George Richard Bettle, Robert Wallar Looney, Gerald Milton Most, Edward Smith, Doug Frank Dupre. Fifth Row: Anthony Scott Karsokas, Charles David Saunders, Russell Cory Hill, Herschel Marvin Timmons, Jr., John William Hitchcock, Howard Harvey Hamilton, Kenneth James Gibson, John Howard Black, Elliott Manferd. R O.T.C SPONSORS Left to Right: Fredell Ann Pinkenson, Beverly Ann Gibson, Sheryl Jane Myers, Joellyn Ricketts. Direction finding, part of a midshipman ' s training. Page 330 AfR, 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 excel lent 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. COLONEL GEORGE WILLIAM PORTER Professor of Air Science Front Row: Jo Ann Hammer, Sylvia Ann Richie. Second Row: Captain Robert Earl Hays, Jr., Captain William T. Adams, Staff Sergeant Robert Donald Stephenson. Third Row: Technical Sergeant Harry E. Wachsmann, Staff Sergeant Robert Nolan Par- son, Staff Sergeant Marvin E. Turnipseed. Page 331 R .O.T.C. Front Row: Bernard John Marcak, Dennis Raymond Schmidt, Robert Mayo Richards, Jerome Milton McChristian, Milton Beverly Porter, Jr. Second Row: David Richard Torrealba, Willard Edward Johnson, John Maynard Chapman, Richard Glair Byrne, Roger Lynn Starkey. Kennert Allen Pfeil. Front Rote: Charles Marshall Finney, Richard Preston Breese, Eulalio Arzaga, Donald Reagan Ormand, William Robbins Hawkins. Second Row: Robert Dalton Bassetti, Jerry Dale Tapley, Allan Andrew Cole, Dennis Arthur Mann, Cornelius Joseph Calnan, Doyle Allen Nicholson, William Charles Cobb, Thomas Merrill Camp, Bob Riley White. Third Rota: Eugene Paul Sturm, Charles Victor Manes, Lon Edward Nied, Brian Donald Moore, Joseph Roland Smith, Daniel Vincent Flatten, Harold Knipp Reddick, Larry Frazier Laughrun. Fourth Row: William Caswell Ward, Leo Dean Burford, Barry Arthur Schlech, Michael Lynn Smith, Glen Keith White, David William Seals, Larry Don Kirkpatrick, King Colville Hoermann. Fifth Row: Herman Ray Breed, Buell Allen Bankston, William Edward Jones, Tracy Hibbard Watson, James Harley Ruth, Wilburn Donald Endebrock, T. Samuel Williams, Roy Valery Comeaux, Jr. Page 332 Front Ron : Jan Howard Julian, Charles Louis Keigley. Second Row: Wilber Ray Seidel, Curtis Allen Barr, Jr., Robert Carter Kline, William Glen Brown, James Horace Jackson, Marshal Roy Wilke, James Larry Hollis, Martin William Nakunz, Roland Chris Baldwin, Cecil Ellis, John Earl Cuddeback, James Anthony Stahl, Hugo Ephraim Levander, Philip James John, Larry Jack Edgcman. Third Row: Ben Nelson, Jr., Christopher Lane Teele, James Craig Burch, Daniel Mark Straurh, Jack Weldon Shelton, Weldon Chapman Byrd, Randolph Lee Hall, Jr., Larry Kent Weiss, Lawrence Erick Kanter, Arthur Thomas Spohn, Jr., Walter Louis Janszen, Paul David Cameron. Fourth Row: Herbert William Henry, Clifford A. Kalz, John Pollard Guinn, Ralph Edward Lehr, Charles Edward Cramer, Jr., Donald Paul Vesely, Charles Phillip Peterson, Rowland Bruce Foster. Andrew Thomas Barrett, III, Jesse Craig Cowgill, Charles Lee Bentley, Errol Glenn Archer, Roger Lee Boston, Bobby Lynn Braun. TWO Front Row: Otis Claude Shearer, III, Robert Sewall Wells, Robert Elliott Baswell, Dana Cooke LaCrone. Second Row: William Howard Ammons, Graham Kerr Barnes, Alan Charles Chalfont, Louis Dwight Edwinson, Jose Bermea, Jr., Adelbert Louis Dippel, Jr., Timothy Jan Stinson, Frank Mackinder Sallee, II, David Franklin Chappell, Robert Neal Wright, Jr., Sidney Kennard Smith, William Terry Parker, HI, Clovis Maurice Womack, Arthur Thomas Hoffson. Third Row: Roberts Harry Ellison, Gerald Russell Flatten, John Henry Cissik, Fred Lee McFadden, Billy Floyd Ervin, Harvey Flynn Dyer, Terry Dale Milne, John Edward Keating, Carroll Lynn Guess, Robert Dee Jones, Henry James Ireland, Max Moritz Marosko. Fourth Row: Homer Garrison, Jesse Edison Best, Jr., Ben Rogers Blair, Jr., Jack Douglas Waller, Wilton William Garner, Felix Waymon Terrell, Jr., Clifford Joseph Woerner, Carl Owens Garner, Jr., Paul Gainer, Adrian Ivan McMillian, Malcolm Carter Hodge, James Michael Hinkle. Page 333 SQUADRON THREE R .O.T.C4 Front Row ; Michael Dane McKaughan, David Haywood Mangum, Gerald Britton Parnell, Donald Clair Wood. Second Row: Bary Ben Hutsell, John Rowland Cook, Kenneth Edwin Brooks, Kenneth Joseph Deslattes, Gus Fred Hein, Jr., Riley Willard Carruthers, William Wallace Morris, HI, David Alan Tray nor, James Glenn Reeves, Dewey Don Westlake, James Gerald Srygley, Clyde Weaver Ricks, John Michael McCormick, Monard Lamar Kinman, Jr., Clarence LeRoy Wilson, Jr., James Robert McCombs, Clarence Wharton Cole, Third Row: Robert Albert Meitzeo, Jr., Tabor Rodger Stone, Billy Wayne Krumpack, Robert Hamilton Cuyler, Jr., Reynolds Newman Gate, Jr., Howard Paul Dreyer, Sam Emeit Leifeste, Stephen Meade Rinard, Philip R. Swire, Leroy Albert Stock, Jr., J. W. Fred Smith, Bennie Fred Mikus, Jr., Ronald Gene Tharpe, Paul Faris Gilbert. Fourth Row: Michael Charles Bosler, Edward Norman Kasparik, Richard Stanley Carnicom, Oliver Kenneth Patterson, Haskell Gay lord Richardson, II, William Louis Dolire, Jr., Patrick Knight, Allen Craig Stansbury, Martin Vavra, John William Turner, Jr., James Leland Webb, Carl Jacob Kleiner, Jerry Alan Harris, Richard Tide Coiner, HI, James Lewis Green, Jr. Front Row: James Milton Bruner, Donald Walter Schleicher, George Arnold Michulka, Paul David Couch. Second Row: Estel Gene Gifford, John William Chanoux, Richard Earl Durst, Donald Foster Neblett, Henry Alton Gray, James Willard Walker, Jr., Charles Joseph Zubarik, John Bingham Martin, Carroll Morton Chambers, Marvin Campbell Lewis, Aaron Valenzuela, Kenneth Lee Squier, Paul Richard Devine, Wayne Douglas Walther, Murphy Louis Fontenot. Third Row: John Daniel Marburger, Enrique G. Ramirez, Jr., Joseph Wallace Croft, Jr., Lloyd Edward Allen, Jr., William Bryan Beauchamp, Dou ' glas Hood Moreman, James Owen Rasor, John Mack Orr, Heriberto Longoria, Jimmy Dave Riggins, Giles Edward Bradford, Kenneth Cha.lcs Schauer, William Henry Key. Fourth Row: Ronyce Cole Longwood, Alfred John Siegmund, Jr., Thomas Mike Cogburn, Kilmer William Swenson, Juan Manuel Vasquez, Terry L. Brandt, Brian Peyton Hanson, Michael Glenn Sklar, Richard Conrad Swanson, Robert Leon Tucci, Patrick Kelly Williams, Ronny Patrick Laughlin, Richard Spencer, Michael Oliver Fleming. Fifth Row: Orben Miller Lindley, Thomas O. Proffitt, James Warner Kellogg, Randall Harold Boyett, Charles Richard Reeder. Page 334 Angels watch approvingly as outstanding AFROTC cadets receive awards at Honor ' s Day program. OFFICERS Commander PHYLLIS MARIE KAZEN Executive Officer . . NANCY ELIZABETH SCHLEGEL Operations Officer .... BARBARA KYLENE PERRY Administrative Senior Officer BARBARA ANNE KAZEN Comptroller SUELLEN SIMS SPEER Information Officer DONNA SUE NELSON Historian . MARTE SUMNERS MEMBERS Martha Kaye Austin Sherry Virginia Benn Carolyn Joyce Dodd Sandra Kay Ehlers D. Janelle Greenwood Zeta Lynne Grossnickle Delia Mae Henderson Barbara Anne Kazen Phyllis Marie Kazen Liz Kendall Elizabeth Anne Koch Carolyn Cay McCleary Emily Neece Donna Sue Nelson Nancy Jane Nelson Anne Lawton Nevitt Erminia Pinina Norrod Barbara Kylene Perry Barbara Ann Sanders Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel Suellen Sims Speer Marte Sumners Karen Tellepsen Carolyn Sue Thompson Scheme L. Watson Judy Jean White Sandra Sue Wilcox Front Row: N. Nelson, Watson, Dodd, Koch, Crossnickle. Second Row: Neese, D. Nelson, Henderson, Greenwood, Sanders. Third Row: McCleary, Thompson, White, B. Kazen. Fourth Row: Schlegel, P. Kazen, Wilcoi, Benn, Nevitt, Sumners, Austin, Ehlers, Tellepsen. Front Row: William Gilbert Fox, Adolph George Hajoviky, Mickey Harold Bentley, Malthew Robert Ration, John Merrill Hawley, Lon Clarence Schweers Roberl Waller Baker, Alfred Joseph Marsch. Second Row: Edward William Grieneeks, II, Joe Sidney Green, Jerry Ted Vavra, William Wallace Rogers, Jr., Palrick John Nowolny. Edward Thomas Imprlo, Jr. Third Row: Gary Kielh Tannahill, Victor Leventhal, Glenn Vorwerk, Jan Duranl Coslilow, Terry J. Kivlin, William Dudley Eason, Jr. Fourth Row: Noland Charles Voigt, Melrin Corkey Deulsch, Frank T. Rackley, Palrick Allen Moore, James William Carter, III, Maynard Darrell Stephens. Fifth Row: Kenneth Travis Summers, David Robert Free, Thomas Barteldes Reynolds, Howard Lawrence Bernstein, Melvin Charles Landers, Nick Michael Ingram. Sixth Rote: Ralph Wayne Bailey, Morris Edward Belt. OFFICERS OF ANGEL FLIGHT AND ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Left to Right: Richard Preston Breese, Nancy Elizabeth Schlegel, Willard Edward Johnson, Marte Sumners, John Maynard Chapman, Donna Sue Nelson, Milton Beverly Porter, Jr., Suellen Sims Speer, Jerome Milton McChrislian, Barbara Anne Kazen, Robert Mayo Richards, Barbara Kylene Perry, Bernard John Marcak, Phyllis Marie Kazen. Page 336 - i THE UNIVERSITY V RSflV SPORTS EDITED BY GEORGE BUNCH Page 337 ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION EDWIN WERNER OLLE Athletic Director and Business Manager JONES RAMSEY Sports News Director ORLAND L. SIMS Assistant Sports News Director RUTH ESTELLE GOLD Executive Assistant ALBERT HARRIS LUNDSTEDT Assistant Business Manager ALBERT R. ROCHS Assistant Business Manager FRANK EDWIN MEDINA Trainer DR. WILLIAM LARKIN HALL Team Physician Page 338 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 JOE B. FRANTZ Faculty Member, Athletic Council R. GOMMEL ROESSNER Faculty Member, Athletic Council JOHN THOMPSON Ex-Student Member, Athletic Council JOHN B. HOLMES Ex-Student Member, Athletic Council MAURICE OLIAN Student Member, Athletic Council Page 339 CHEERLEADERS WILLIAM ALLEN MELTON EDWARD RALPH BARRON MARY GAYLE WEBER Head Cheerleader Left to Right: Rosenthal, Maxey, Lowe, Darling, Barren, Thomsen, Melton, Weber JESSICA ROYECE DARLING JAN THOMSEN EDDIE REBECCA MAXEY ROBERT JAMES LOWE RAYMOND NEIL ROSENTHAL Page 340 1961 FOOTB4U- - MO. 3T6flM IMTHE. An unexpectedly stout defense and a record setting offense led the Texas Longhorns to the SWC co-championship and a 12-7 Cotton Bowl victory over fifth ranked Mississippi. For Coach Darrell Royal, voted " Coach of the Year " by the Football Writers Association of America, and named Texas Senior College Coach of the Year, it was truly a great year as he led the Longhorns to their fourth bowl appearance in his five years at Texas. Included in many pleasant memories of this great 9-1 season record were the 28-7 victory over arch-rival Oklahoma, a 33-7 trouncing of eighth ranked and SWC co-champion Arkansas, and a convincing 25-0 shutout against A M. The brilliant Texas offense, led by backfield depth with All-American James Saxton, quarterback, and leader. Mike Gotten, power driver Ray Poage. expert blocking of Jack Collins, and dashes by Jerry Cook and Tommy Ford, produced a new SWC rushing record of 2,858 yards. Included in this powerful Texas offense was a newly developed passing attack which con- tributed 973 yards and 11 TD ' s to raise the Horn ' s total offense to 3,831 yards more than any team in conference his- tory except the 1952 Longhorns. who amassed 3.865 yards running and passing. Not to be outdone by the offense. Texas defensive units played inspired football all year as they were led by such line stalwarts as Don Talbert. Pat Culpepper. Bob Moses, David Kristynik and Johnny Treadwell. The Longhorns held each of their opponents (except Texas Tech in a 42-14 trouncing) to one touchdown or less as each victory was gained by at least a 3 touchdown margin. One more yard against TCU and the Steers would have accomplished an almost impossible task an undefeated season in the Southwest Conference. Using Darrell Royal ' s new flip-flop offensive very effectively, the Longhorns led the nation in both rushing and total of- fense most of the year and finished the season with 291 points scored to 59 for their opponents. With a 9-1 season record, a ranking of third best team in the nation (the highest final rating of a Longhorn team), and a 12-7 triumph over Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl, the 1961 Texas Longhorns could be considered the best team in Longhorn history. LETTERMEN SENIORS Jack Altman Collins Michal Barry Gotten Carroll Deene Gott James Earl Hejl David C. Kristynik Eldon LeRoy Moritz Robert Keen Moses Edward H. Padgett David Dee Russell James E. Saxton Don Larry Talbert JUNIORS Jerry Carlton Cook John Allen Cook Patrick J. Culpepper John Allen Genung Marvin T. Kubin Tommy Ray Lucas A. Perry McWilliams Robert P. Nunis Raymond Coy Poage John C. Treadwell Tommy E. York SOPHOMORES Gordon Scott Appleton George Turner Bass Clarence V. Bray- George L. Brucks Emmett A. (Duke) Carlisle Staley Faulkner Kenneth W. Ferguson Tommy Cline Ford Bobby Frank Gamblin Charles B. House David L. McWilliams Derrell M. Oliver Gordon L. Roberts Walter Cayce Sands Charles Dan Talbert RESERVE LETTERMEN James A. Besselman Hugh Anthony Crosby Thomas E. Phillips Tommy Virgil Wade MANAGERIAL AWARDS Joe C. Thompson Senior William F. Ermel Junior Perry Bolin Sophomore Roy A. Jones Sophomore STUDENT TRAINERS Cris Galbreath Sam Ayoub DARRELL K. ROYAL Head Football Coach Coach Darrell Royal has compiled an outstanding 39 won, 13 lost, and 2 ties record in his five years at Texas. Included in this record are four bowl appearances and two conference co-championship teams. For his outstanding dedication and work in building the 1961 Texas Longhorns up to the No. 3 team in the nation, Coach Royal was honored as " Coach of the Year " by the Football Writers of America (shown above re- ceiving the award at the Cotton Bowl game), and " Texas Senior College Coach of the Year " by the Texas Sports Writers As- sociation. LONCHORN COACHING STAFF Front Row: James C. (T) Jones, Darrell Royal. Mike Campbell. Buck Row, Bill Ellington, Charles Shira, Bob Schulze, Jim Pitlman, Russell Coffee. Page 342 ALL AMERICAN HALFBACK JAMES SAXTON By Neil Leifer for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Saxton won AlI-American honors on every one of the polls and was tied for second in the AP Back of the Year award and third in the Heisman Trophy voting. He also received honor from the Texas Sports Writers Association as top amateur athlete of 1961. Slender at 5-11 and 160 pounds, but tough and resilient. Jimmy depended on quickness and footwork to lead the 1961 Longhorns to the high rank of No. 3 team in the nation. He ripped away for long gains of 80 (vs SMU), 78 fvs Texas Tech), 66 (vs Baylor), and 56 yards (vs Washington State) for touchdowns and 49 non- scoring yards against California on the third 1961 scrimmage play. These outstanding maneuvers as well as many other key plays have won James Saxton the honor as " Football ' s Fanciest Runner. " Page 343 ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TACKLE DON TALBERT Senior Talbert was included in all the All-Southwest Conference selections and was on the Look Ail-American squad. He also received honors as second team, Sporting News All- American, third team, DPI All-American, and honorable mention, AP Ail-American. Don was co-captain of the 1961 Longhorns and was one of the outstanding senior leaders in team spirit. Opposing teams found that double teaming Don was not even effective. If the Horns needed that big play or top spirit, they could always look to their great 215 Ib. senior tackle, Don Talbert. ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE QUARTERBACK MIKE GOTTEN Senior Gotten was a near unanimous selection for all the All-Southwest Conference teams, received honorable men- tion AlI-American honors on both the UPI and AP teams, and won the Longhorn leadership award. He completed more than 57 per cent of his passes (44 of 77) for exactly 500 yards and 7 touchdowns and had only two passes in- tercepted all season. Mike is an adept ball handler and a good strong runner. He received national acclaim for his play against Arkansas and Rice and was also named as the outstanding back in the 1962 Cotton Bowl game. The popular co-captain who directed the team brilliantly the leader of the 1961 Texas Longhorns was Mike Gotten. Page 344 ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TAILBACK JAMES SAXTON Senior Saxton, unanimous All-Southwest Conference selection, made all the Ail-American teams and received the Long- horn ' s most valuable player award. He set a school regular season rushing record with 846 yards and a tre- mendous 7.9 average (a conference record). He set a one game school rushing record of 173 yards against SMU and followed with 171 against Baylor; for both performances he received national honors as Back of the Week. Saxton punted once this season for 54 yards and threw only one pass, for 45 yards and the first touch- down against A M. He scored 56 points and an addi- tional 6 pointer against Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl. There is only one way to describe a brilliant ball carrier, that way is James Saxton. ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE END BOB MOSES Senior Moses was on all the All-Southwest Conference teams and received honorable mention on both the UP and API Ail-American selections. He was leading pass re- ceiver for the Horns with 14 catches for 177 yards and 5 touchdowns. Moses was named outstanding lineman for his terrific effort against Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl and he received national honors as " Lineman of the Week " for his play against Baylor. When the Longhorns were looking for that big tackle or an all important pass reception, Bob Moses was there. Page 345 ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE GUARD JOHNNY TREADWELL Junior Treadwell was on the Associated Press all SWC first team, the UPI and Dallas News second teams, and received honorable mention All-American honors (AP). He was also honored as first team All-American Academic Football team selection. For the ' Horns, Treadwell was " Johnny on the spot " as he did an outstanding job as linebacking guard. ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CENTER DAVID KRISTYNIK Senior Kristynik was first team all SWC on the UPI and Dallas News selections and received AP honorable mention? A real competitor that loves to play, David received the team spirit award for his leadership as team " cheerleader. " When there was a big play coming up you could always see David Kristynik there to fire up the team for an all out effort. ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE FULLBACK RAY POAGE Junior Poage was selected as first team fullback on the Dallas News all SWC team, second team on the UPI poll and received honorable mention on the AP poll. Even though Ray missed 3 1 ; games due to a knee and ankle injury, he was the team ' s No. 4 rusher with 383 yards and a 5.5 average. With Ray Poage and wingback Jack Collins, (who both made the All-American blocking team) the Longhorns had the best blocking backfield in the nation. ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE LINEBACKER PAT CULPEPPER Junior Culpepper was selected as the Dallas News all SWC wildcard player and also received ABC-TV All-American honors for his out- standing defensive play against A M. He was on the second team All-American Academic Team and gained honorable mention all SWC from the UPI. A defensive specialist who rates among the best in the nation is the Horn ' s tremendous linebacker, Pat Cul- pepper. Page 346 Longhorn Co-Captains Don Talbert and Mike Gotten with Head Coach Darrell Royal . V - Front flow: Eldon Moritz, Bob Moses, David Kristynik, Don Talbert, Mike Gotten, Eddie Padgett, David Russell, Jack Collins, Deene Gott, Coach Royal. Second Rom: Jimmy Hejl, Johnny Ccnung, Ray Poage, John Allen Cook, Tommy Lucas, Marvin Kubin, Bobby Nunis, Johnny Treadwell, Jerry Cook, Gene Gifford, Perry Mi-Williams, Tommy York. Third Ron: Coach Schulze, Coach Campbell, Coach Pittman, Ken Self, Tommy Sands, Bo Price, Kenneth Halm, George Brucks, Bobby Gamblin, Staley Faulkner, Ben House, Clayton Lacy, Jim Besselman, Gordon Roberts, Tommy Phillips, Joe DeLorenzo, Coach Ellington, Coach Coffee, Coach Jones. Fourth Row: Manager Roy Jones, Manager Bill Ermcl, Harold Philipp, Bill Earley, Tommy Ford, George Bass, Clarence Bray, Tony Crosby, David McWilliams, Bobby Oliver, Donald Walker, Currie Bechtol, Anthony King, Ken Ferguson, Bobby Walker, Pat Culpcpper, Manager Bill Hampton. Fifth Row: Olen Underwood, Frank Cilstrap, Tommy Wade, Duke Carlisle, Bill Whitley, Brett Morris, Larry Gorman, Charles Talbert, Scott Appleton, Mike Riggs, Tommy Mankin, Alan ll.iuiii, Lee Hensley, Jimmy Allen, Hix Green. Page 3 ' 47 JACK COLLINS Ifingbacl:, Senior EDDIE PADGETT Left Tackle, Senior Marvin Kubin (55 ) helps open big hole in California line as Ray Poage (33) drives for vital yard- age. STATISTICS TEXAS First Downs 24 Rushing Yardage 304 Passing Yardage 115 Passes 10-21 Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost 4 Punts, Average 2-25.0 Yards Penalized 23 CALIFORNIA 5 55 25 4-9 2 2 9-34.5 19 DAVID RUSSELL Wingbucl:, Senior TEXAS DRILLS CALIFORNIA BEARS IN SEASON OPENER 28-3 To the Golden Bears of California, the Longhorns must have resembled a battalion on maneuvers on opening day at Berkeley Field, California. Ranked fifth in the nation in pre-season polls, and determined to maintain their impressive record of 61 opening day victories in 68 seasons, the Long- horns disgraced the Bears, 28-3, despite many first half miscues. To the surprise of many, Coach Darrell Royal ' s Longhorns, running out of the new " flip-flop " offense Wing-T formation, took to the air to break the game wide open with fourth quarter touchdown passes by Johnny Genung and Mike Gotten. The first quarter was highlighted by a 49-yard gallop by swift halfback James Saxton, only a preview of this All-American ' s great season, and a one yard plunge over the goal by fullback Ray Poage after a 34 yard drive. Eldon Moritz added the extra point to give the Horns an early 7-0 lead. Bear fans came to life late in the second quarter when place kicker Jim Ferguson booted a 13-yard field goal, narrowing Texas ' lead to 7-3, at halftime. But midway in the third period the hurricane struck, as hard driving tailback Jerry Cook sprinted 29-yards for Texas ' second TD. Moritz again converted to give the Horns a 14-3 lead. On the first play of the fourth quarter a 57-yard Texas drive proved successful as quarterback Johnny Genung passed to end Bob Moses for 12-yards and another TD, which, after Moritz ' s third straight conversion, gave the Longhorns a comfortable 21-3 advantage. But Texas still wasn ' t through. With only seconds left in the game, Co-Captain Mike Gotten threw to halfback Bobby Nunis for 14-yards and Texas ' final TD. Tony Crosby added the extra point and the Longhorns returned to Austin with an impressive 28-3 victory. Jerry Cook, the day ' s leading ground gainer with 110-yards for an 8.5 average, was voted the game ' s most outstanding player, while end Bob Moses was voted most outstanding on defense to start the Horns on their way to a great season. LONGHORNS BLAST RED RAIDERS, 42-14 The Texas Longhorns, ranked sixth nationally, opened SWC play in Memorial Stadium with a 42-14 stampede over the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. The Horns gained a total of 548 yards, 391 on the ground and 157 by air, to compile the second highest total offense in the school ' s history. Leading 35-7 at halftime, Texas coasted the rest of the way as Royal let his reserves handle practically all of the second half formalities. The Longhorns marched for touchdowns on drives of 70, 63, 81, 45, 80, and 56 yards to totally wreck the Tech defense. Ray Poage, James Saxton. and Jerry Cook led this offensive show as they gained 104, 94, and 84 yards respectively, while Sandy Sands, Perry McWilliams, Pat Culpepper, and Johnny Treadwell led the defensive forward wall. The Horns found pay dirt the first time they got the ball as Ray Poage took a 33-yard pass from Mike Gotten to cap a 6 play 70-yard march. Minutes later the Longhorns were on another long march, this time for 63 yards with Jerry Cook plowing over from the five. Early in the second quarter, with the aid of a key block by Jack Collins, shifty James Saxton raced 78 yards for Texas ' third TD and the biggest gain of the night. A Tech fumble recovered by End Tommy York set up UT ' s fourth TD scored by Cook on a 28-yard sprint. Trailing 28-0 the Raiders passed their way 72 yards for their lone first half score, but all their possible victory hopes were shattered as Ray Poage sprinted 62 yards to Tech ' s 18, before Saxton plunged 2 yards for the tally and a 35-7 halftime lead. Tech struck in the second half, as Bake Turner dove 2 yards to cap an 80-yard drive. Texas came back with QB Johnny Genung engineering a 56-yard drive and scoring the final TD on a 13-yard end run. Moritz promptly booted his sixth straight extra point to give the Horns an overwhelming 42-14 victory. ELDON MORITZ Kicking Specialist, Senior First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Punts, Average Yards Penalized STATISTICS TEXAS 22 391 157 10-18 1 2-34 65 TEXAS TECH 16 113 123 15-29 1 1 8-35.1 45 Quarterback Mike Gotten (12), with good protection from Tommy Ford (24), easily completes pass to Ray Poage (33). DEENE GOTT Right End, Senior JAMES HEJL Center, Senior Page 349 TOMMY LUCAS Right End, Junior MARVIN KUBIN Left Guard, Junior James Saxton (10) dashes past a Washington State tackier as he heads for the goal line. STATISTICS TEXAS WASHINGTON STATE First Downs 25 12 Rushing Yardage 370 31 Passing Yardage 175 220 Passes 10-17 15-28 Passes Intercepted By 2 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Punts, Average 1-49.0 6-40.7 Yards Penalized 96 29 STEERS TAME WASHINGTON STATE 41-8 James Saxton handled the ball 10 times as he galloped 172 yards and scored 2 TD ' s on October 7, as the 5th ranked Texas Longhoms stomped the Washington State Cougars 41-8. The Austin fans for the second straight week witnessed a devastating offensive show as the Horns produced 545 yards total offense and another 6-touchdown performance. Eldon Moritz, after kicking 13 straight extra points for the season, finally missed one, but he still booted an expert five of six tries for this Saturday night effort. The Horns scored the first time they got the ball by moving 65 yards on 6 plays, with Saxton, behind lead blocking of Mike Gotten and Ray Poage, going over from the ten. With 10:22 left in the half, Gotten shot a pass to Bob Moses from the 4, enabling the Horns to take a 14-0 half-time lead. On the third play following the kickoff, Saxton scampered 56 yards for the third Horn tally. Genung then took charge of the team. After feeding the ball to Jerry Cook, Ray Poage, and Tommy Ford for good yardage, he tossed a 23-yard pass to Tommy Sands for the fourth TD. In the fourth quarter with Duke Carlisle at the control, the Horns scored No. five. After Der- rell Oliver carved out king-sized chunks of yardage, Ford went over from the one. Again Carlisle engineered a touchdown drive, highlighted by his spectacular 58-yard pass to Bob Nunis who drove to the Cougar 25. Jerry Cook took the ball over from the one for a 41-0 Texas lead. The Cougars, however, were not to be denied their one moment of glory. Quarterback Dave Matheison and Hugh Campbell teamed up to score their lone touchdown, leaving the Horns with a lopsided 41-8 vic- tory over their visitors from the Northwest. JERRY COOK Tailback, Junior Page 350 LONGHORNS HUMBLE SOONERS 28-7 The fourth ranked Longhorn ' s faultless slogan " Later Sooners " came to reality as the Sooners ' possibilities of winning were again postponed a year in a 28-7 display before 75,504 fans in Dallas. Jerry Cook, James Saxton, Ray Poage, Jack Collins, Mike Gotten, David Russell all seemed to be clicking as the Longhorns made one score in the first quarter, two in the second, and one more in the third to ensure victory despite the Okies ' fourth quarter score. Ray Poage ' s graceful deflection of a fourth down Oklahoma punt set up the first touchdown with Saxton scoring four plays later on a four-yard sweep around left end. Moritz booted the extra point. The next Longhorn drive came early in the second quarter. Collins ran an OU punt back 12 yards to the thirty-five. Three plays later the Longhorns found themselves on the OU eight- yard line. Gotten and Poage took turns moving the pigskin down to the one with Gotten going over left guard for six more points. The final Longhorn touchdown came in the third quarter. After a 63-yard drive, Poage went through for the final five yards. Moritz booted his fourth extra point for the day. Oklahoma briefly entertained their fans during the fourth quarter with their only score. It took the Sooners nine plays to cover sixty-eight yards against UT ' s second and third learners. A thirty-six yard run climaxed the drive, the longest single gainer for either team. Lohmann made the one-yard plunge with Jarman ' s conversion making it 28-7. All three Texas units played an excellent game with the second and third units logging more time than the starting eleven. Vffc JOHNNY GENUNG Quarterback, Junior STATISTICS TEXAS OU First Downs 12 12 Rushing Yardage 188 176 Passing Yardage 84 36 Passes 5-16 4-16 Passes Intercepted By 2 1 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Punts, Average 7-37.4 9-29.1 Yards Penalized 63 30 Ray Poage (33) and Tommy Lucas (80) lead the way, as Mike Gotten (12) hands off to Jerry Cook (38) for a big drive. PERRY McWILLIAMS Center, Junior BOBBY NUNIS Wingback, Junior Papr 351 8 TOMMY YORK Left End, Junior JOHN ALLEN COOK Fullback, Junior Tommy Ford (24) is stopped by Arkansas fullback Jim Worthington (42). Lunghorns in back- ground are Tommy York (84), George Bracks (66), Deene Gott (87), and Johnny Treadwell (60). STATISTICS TEXAS ARKANSAS First Downs 26 7 Rushing Yardage 354 73 Passing Yardage 48 51 Passes 6-7 7-19 Passes Intercepted By 1 Fumbles Lost 3 3 Punts, Average 3-33.3 7-33.7 Yards Penalized 30 17 TOMMY FORD Tailback, Sophomore ' HORNS OVERWHELM HOGS 33-7 Saturday, October 21, saw another exhibition of brute strength and jet-like speed as Darrell Royal ' s legionnaires cranked up their fifth straight victory by stomping tenth ranked Arkansas 33-7. The Longhorns couldn ' t have made a better showing in front of the largest crowd to see a game in Razorback Stadium (33,000). Texas was only slightly below its total offense average of 446 yards with a mark of 402, but one could never notice the difference with Jimmy Saxton, Jack Collins, Tommy Ford, Mike Gotten, and Jerry Cook keeping Smokey echoing through the Ozarks with touchdown drives of 51, 74, 20, 85, and 62 yards. After an exchange of fumbles, Saxton, Collins, and Poage moved into high gear with a 51-yard drive, Saxton going over for the first tally and a 7-0 lead. Early in the second quarter, Cook ' s 16-yard scamper and Poage ' s 15, 9, 6, 3, and 1-yard plunges led the offense on their next drive for 74 yards. Gotten passed to Jack Collins for the last three yards and Eldon Moritz ' s kick made it 14-0. That same quarter, George Bracks recovered a Razorback fumble on the Arkansas 20. Ford was given the ball and after six straight carries went over for another TD, giving the Long- horns a 20-0 lead at intermission. The Porkers came back after the half all fired up and pounced on a Longhorn fumble, moving the pigskin 23 yards in 4 plays to light up their half of the score board for the first and last time. Texas then snapped back with an 85-yard, 17-play drive with Gotten leading the charge. Jerry and John Allen Cook teamed up to tote the pigskin 11 of the 13 plays in the final drive that ate up 62 yards in the fourth quarter. Jerry went over from the one-yard line to make the final score 33-7. A great team effort gave the Longhorns this astonishingly large victory over a team that was eventually to become their SWC co-champions. Page 352 LONGHORNS HANG RICE 34-7 On an exciting Saturday night in Memorial Stadium, an enthusiastic overflow crowd of 62,310 stomped, shouted, and cheered the third ranked Texas Longhorns to an overwhelming 34-7 victory over the usually tough Rice Owls. Senior quarterback Mike Gotten played possibly his best game as he picked up 85 yards rushing on 15 carries and completed 4 of 6 passes for 30 yards and one touchdown. The Longhorns scored on touchdown drives of 63, 71, 70, 44, and 80 yards in a game that was more exciting than the score indicates. The Horns took a 13-0 halftime lead by virtue of a one-yard plunge by Ray Poage and a 4-yard pass from Jack Collins to Bob Moses with Eldon Moritz kicking true after the second TD. But this was only half the story. A fired-up Rice team came back with an 18-yard pass from Randy Kerbow to Gene Raesy, and Butch Blume ' s extra point narrowed the score to 13-7. Texas, however, was not to be denied this victory. Following the Rice kickoff Texas took the pigskin 70 yards in 8 plays with James Saxton dashing the final 6 yards for the score. A Collins- to-Saxton pass brought 2 more points, and the Horns took a 21-7 lead. Early in the fourth quarter guard George Brucks broke through to block a Rice punt, Perry McWilliams recovering on the Rice 44. After an exciting run with Collins taking a Gotten pitchout then lateralling back to Gotten who went for 36 yards, Gotten threw to Moses for the fourth Longhorn TD. Jerry Cook then took over the offensive show as he ran 63 yards of an 80-yard TD drive including the final 8 yards and the score. Moritz promptly booted the extra point, and the Longhorns looked impressive with their 34-7 victory. STATISTICS TEXAS RICE First Downs 23 7 Rushing Yardage 360 52 Passing Yardage 86 59 Passes 9-18 4-17 Passes Intercepted By 1 Fumbles Lost 1 Punts, Average 4-39.5 8-33.0 Yards Penalized 87 15 Mike Gotten (12) neatly executes the option play as he pitches out to Tommy Ford (24) with Jack Collins (49) racing downfield to lead the blocking. DUKE CARLISLE Quarterback, Sophomore SCOTT APPLETON Left Tackle, Sophomore KEN FERGUSON Right Tackle, Sophomore Page 333 DAVID McWILLIAMS Right Guard, Sophomore SANDY SANDS Right End, Sophomore Jack Collins (49) sweeps around SMU halfback Billy Gannon (41). STATISTICS TEXAS First Downs 15 Rushing Yardage 308 Passing Yardage 77 Passes 3-11 Passes Intercepted By 1 Fumbles Lost 2 Punts, Average 6-35.1 Yards Penalized 26 SMU 12 78 89 14-24 9-40.4 15 GEORGE BRUCKS Left Guard, Sophomore TEXAS ROPES SMU IN SECOND HALF 27-0 On Saturday, November 5, the third ranked Texas Longhorns received their first rough test of the season from a big rugged SMU defense. After being held to a scoreless first half, the Horns ex- ploded for 4 touchdowns and a 27-0 second half victory over the SMU Mustangs. The Horns break- through was started by slippery Jimmy Saxton who had his most brilliant of many bright days here in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. Saxton gained 173 yards in 16 carries including his spectacular 80-yard run to start the Texas scoring in the second half. For this UT school-record-setting perform- ance, Saxton received Associated Press honors as the nation ' s " Back of the Week. " The first half was highlighted by gruelling defensive play with SMU falling short on two scoring opportunities. The Mustangs first chance went astray as an attempted field goal hit the crossbar and bounced back. Then, with time running out in the second quarter, SMU drove 65 yards to the Texas 1, where they were stopped by brilliant line play led by Pat Culpepper, Perry McWilliams, and Eddie Padgett. This fine effort fired the Horn ' s up for second half play. Early in the third quarter Saxton broke through the line, cut to the outside, eluded a would-be tackier at the SMU 30 and dashed the remaining distance for an 80-yard touchdown scamper that turned back a fired-up and upset-minded SMU team. Following this run it was all Texas as the Longhorns went on to score 3 more touchdowns while holding the Ponies scoreless. David Russell ' s 40-yard punt return set up the Longhorns second touchdown which was scored by Jerry Cook from the two. After Jack Collins and Saxton ran most of a 58-yard drive, Cook again scored. Cook also smashed over for a 2 point conversion. Then sophomore quarterback Duke Carlisle engineered a final 72-yard drive highlighted by a 62-yard pass to end Sandy Sands and climaxed by a 1-yard TD plunge by Tommy Ford. This brilliant 27-0 comeback victory, along with the defeat of top-ranked Michigan State and Mississippi brought the Longhorns to their highest and most dangerous position of the season No. 1 team in the nation! Page 354 LONGHORN DEFENSE HALTS BAYLOR 33-7 The University of Texas Longhorns strengthened their Number One position in college football polls as they ran over the Baylor Bears, 33-7. The Bears kept the Horns total offense down to 282 yards, far short of the 400-plus average maintained previously. But Baylor could do nothing with James Saxton as he carried the ball 16 times for 171 yards, 2 yards short of his record- smashing gain of 173 yards against SMU the week before. Two Longhorns received national recog- nition for their play in the Baylor game. End Bob Moses was named " Lineman of the Week " by the Associated Press and James Saxton was honored as " Back of the Week " by Sports Illustrated. A terrific defensive effort led by Don Talbert and Johnny Treadwell brought about three pass interceptions and four fumble recoveries which scored one touchdown and set-up three others for the Horns. It started in the first quarter with David Russell ' s diving interception of a pass at the Baylor 35-yard line. Eight plays later Tommy Ford circled left end for 7 yards and the TD. On the following kickoff, Bobby Nunis recovered a fumble on the Bear 20-yard line. Mike Gotten quickly tossed a 20-yard pass to Bob Moses for the second touchdown and a 14-0 lead. Late in the second quarter Tommy Ford jarred Baylor ' s Tommy Minter loose from a pass at the Baylor 22 where James Saxton snared it and raced to Baylor ' s 11. This set-up a 5-yard Cotten-to-Collins pass for Texas ' third TD and gave the Horns a 21-0 halftime lead. Saxton started the second half scoring by blasting over right tackle and behind Jack Collins ' key downfield block raced 66 yards for the Horns fourth TD. Early in the last quarter Derrell Oliver intercepted a Baylor pass, stumbled once, then ran 60 yards for the final Texas TD. Down 33-0, Baylor broke through Texas defense reserves as they drove 65 yards in 5 plays to score their lone tally. This 33-7 victory over Gotham Bowl-bound Baylor enabled the Horns to maintain their dangerous No. 1 position. CHARLES TALBERT Le t End, Sophomore STATISTICS TEXAS First Downs 9 Rushing Yardage 138 Passing Yardage 32 Passes 3-13 Passes Intercepted By 3 Fumbles Lost 1 Punts, Average 7-34.0 Yards Penalized 67 BAYLOR 12 132 145 14-35 4 8-32.3 15 Duke Carlisle (11), Johnny Treadwell (60), David Russell 140), and David Kristynik (64) team up to stop Baylor end Bobby Lane (81). GEORGE BASS Right Guard, Sophomore BOBBY GAMBLIN Right Guard, Sophomore Page 355 Between knockouts James Saxton (10) dashes past TCU on a long gain. Tommy Ford (24), Mike Gotten (12), Marvin Kubin (55), and Bob Moses (88) lead the charge as they open a big hole in the Froggie line. CLARENCE BRAY Center, Sophomore STATISTICS TEXAS TCU First Downs 10 10 Rushing Yardage 138 132 Passing Yardage 62 76 Passes 3-6 5-9 Passes Intercepted By 2 1 Fumbles Lost Punts, Average 5-33.0 7-33.8 Yards Penalized 41 STALEY FAULKNER Left Tackle, Sophomore TCU HANDCUFFS ' HORNS 6-0 On an overcast November Saturday, the TCU Horned Frogs came to Austin to battle the No. 1 ranked Texas Longhorns. And battle they did as it was a day with many frustrations for the Horns. Texas got an early start by intercepting one of Sonny Gibbs aerials on the first play of the game. Then James Saxton grabbed a pass from Mike Gotten for 45 yards, and it was almost good-by world, but TCU managed to nab him on the 10. Saxton was knocked unconscious after the tackle and, on his second try, succeeded in walking off the field. Gotten and Jack Collins moved the ball to the one, but the heavier TCU line held on a fourth down try. A short time later, the Longhorns once more moved the length of the field only to have the TCU line hold. This drive started when Collins made a 25-yard punt return to the TCU 36 and ended with a blocked field goal recovered by TCU on the thirteen. From there TCU moved to mid-field where quarterback Sonny Gibbs fired a 50-yard pass to Buddy lies who was hit immediately by Jerry Cook, but the Frog end tumbled across the goal line. Tommy Lucas blocked the conversion attempt and the score remained 6-0. Shortly before the half Texas, on another drive, moved to the TCU 21 where an attempted field goal fell short. Early in the second half the Longhorns drove to the TCU 27 but were held on downs. Then, with time running out and the stands rocking with noise after an interception of a Gibb ' s pass, Collins and Saxton, who had come back again after being knocked unconscious in the third quarter, led a Longhorn drive from the UT 38 to the TCU eight. On fourth and 3 from the 8, Gotten was stopped by a wall of Horned Frogs. TCU took over on their time-consuming drive that finished up the fourth quarter. For the first Saturday night this fall, there was no Orange victory light burning on The University of Texas campus. The Horned Frogs of TCU had temporarily put out the lights for the Longhorns. But as Coach Darrell Royal said following the game. " It ' s no disgrace to get knocked down, so long as you get back up. " And the Texas Longhorns really did get back up against the boys from A M on Turkey Day. Page 336 LONGHORNS BOOT A M 25-0 On Turkey Day, 1961, the mighty Texas Longhorns came roaring back across a muddy turf at Kyle Field to rip the Texas Aggies 25-0 and prove to a capacity crowd of 40;000 and a national television audience that they deserved to be ranked one of the top Longhorn teams ever. The victory was the Horns fifth straight over A M, leaving the Aggies with still just two victories to show for their efforts against Texas since 1939. The Longhorns 195 yards rushing enabled them to set a new SWC record of 2858 yards rushing in one season, breaking by one yard the old mark set by TCU in 1955. A sparkling defense, pass interception by Pat Culpepper, and a last minute drive powered the Steers to 31 and 39 yard field goals by kicking specialist Eldon Moritz and a 6-0 half-time lead. But this was only the start of the Aggies ' trouble. Led by the quarterbacking of Mike Gotten, passing and running of James Saxton, and a key interception by Jerry Cook, the Horns stormed back for 3 second-half TD ' s and a 25-0 triumph. On the Longhorns ' first possession in the last half, Saxton dodged several would-be tacklers on an end sweep, then stopped and threw deep to wingback Jack Collins who sh ' ook off one tackier and carried another into the end zone for a 12-0 Texas lead. Only minutes later Cook swiped an Aggie pass and raced 42 yards to the A M 2-yard line. On the first down Cook slammed through for the touchdown. After these two quick scores the Texas defense, led by linebacker Pat Culpepper, took over to provide the show. The only A M threat of the day was halted when end Bob Moses recovered Leroy Coffey ' s fumble on the Texas seven late in the third quarter. Then the Longhorns climaxed a great team effort with a final 55-yard touchdown drive. With Ray Poage back in action at fullback, after having missed three games because of an injured knee and ankle, Tommy Ford, moved back to the tailback slot, carried eight times for 38 yards includ- ing the final yard for the score. Eldon Moritz kicked his 28th conversion of the season and the Texas Longhorns were boosted into the Cotton Bowl with this well deserved 25-0 victory over the boys from A M. DERRELL OLIVER Fullback, Sophomore STATISTICS TEXAS First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Punts, Average Yards Penalized 21 195 137 11-21 3 1 4-35.5 20 A M 9 106 35 4-15 1 1 8-41.8 37 James Saxton (10) plows through the Aggie line. GORDON ROBERTS Right Tackle, Sophomore BEN HOUSE Left End, Sophomore Paso 357 STATISTICS TEXAS OLE MISS First Downs 12 17 Rushing Yardage 123 127 Passing Yardage 60 192 Passes 6-13 15-37 Passes Intercepted By 5 3 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Punts, Average 5-40.0 4-32.5 Yards Penalized 35 30 Jack Collins (49), after taking a pass from Mike Gotten, heads for the corner flag and the winning touchdown against the Rebels from Mississippi. LONGHORNS CLIMAX SEASON WITH 12-7 COTTON BOWL VICTORY OVER OLE MISS A No. 1 effort by possibly the best team in Longhorn history enabled the Orange and White to take a 12-7 victory over the favored Mississippi Rebels on New Year ' s Day, 1962, in a real Cotton Bowl thriller. With the seniors playing in their final college game together leading a great team spirit, the Horns powered their way to a 12-0 halftime lead, then hung on gallantly to stop repeated Ole Miss threats. Pass interception was the key word as an alert Texas defense picked off 5 Rebel passes, 3 by Jerry Cook and one each by Tommy Ford and Pat Culpepper to set up one UT score and stop Ole Miss short on several scoring chances. Senior quarterback Mike Gotten, voted the game ' s most outstanding back, was at his brilliant best as he led the Horns on touchdown drives of 34 and 72 yards. Following Ford ' s pass interception at the Ole Miss 34, Gotten took the Longhorns across in seven plays, starting with a 13-yard power sweep by linebacker Pat Culpepper, the defensive demon who was carrying for only the second time this season. Moments later Ail-American James Saxton slashed across from the one for a 6-0 lead. In the second quarter the Horns were again on the march. Utilizing a new swing pass to Saxton twice and once carrying on a roll-out for 27 yards, Gotten led a push to the Rebel 24. Gotten then threw to wingback Jack Collins who took the ball at the 16, cut to the sidelines and with expert faking and a key block by sophomore end Charles Talbert, raced over for what proved to be the winning touchdown. This was the final score for the Longhorns but it was just the beginning for the defensive heroics of Johnny Treadwell, Jerry Cook, Bob Moses, Pat Culpepper and a great defensive team effort. With first down at the UT eight Ole Miss quarterback Glynn Griffing ' s pass was deflected by Treadwell and swiped by Cook to end a Rebel bid with 55 seconds left in the first half. After Ole Miss scored in the third period on a 20-yard pass from Griffing to end Reed Davis the Longhorns again fired up for a defensive stand. With 6:19 minutes to play, senior Bob Moses, voted the outstanding lineman for a smashing defensive performance, made perhaps the key tackle of the game as he grabbed Griffing for a yard loss on fourth down that stopped a Rebel drive at the Texas 23, the last big Rebel threat. This day was truly a day of triumph for the 1961 Texas Longhorns and especially for Coach Darrell Royal who was making his fourth bowl appearance in five years at Texas, as he won his first bowl game and firmly convinced all that he was " coach of the year " for the " team of the year. " Ray Poage (33), leading ground gainer in the Cotton Bowl game, takes advantage cf blocks by Jerry Cook (38) and Jack Collins (49) as he rips through the Ole Miss defense. 1 -v ' - . V .; ysr . - ' . .i ' .- , 1 96 1 -62 In an aggressive six-way fight for the SWC crown with only TCU and Baylor left out the Horns finished strong to take an 8-6 record and fourth place finish behind co-champions Texas Tech and SMU, and third place A M. After opening the season with an impressive 7-2 non-conference record, the Horns had their troubles with early road game jinxes followed by home court losses to SMU and Texas Tech (the first losses in 20 SWC home games). The Steers, however, managed to win their last three games, two of them on opposition courts, to finish in the top half of the conference for the third straight year under Coach Harold Bradley. The Longhorns opened the season with three overwhelming victories before dropping a 2-point decision to LSU. After taking third place in the Bluegrass Tourney at Louisville, Kentucky, a 15-point victory over East Texas State, and Christmas holiday triumphs over Mississippi and William and Mary, the Horns were ready to open a rugged SWC schedule. In the opening clash in Lubbock, the Steers were defeated 77-66 by defending SWC champs Texas Tech. After stopping a nine-game Arkansas winning streak with a 73-59 triumph in Gregory Gym, Texas traveled to Houston where the ever sharp Rice Owls (with a 62 per cent field goal average) soundly defeated the Horns 89-64. A real thriller (including a near riot among fans and players) was the Texas 64-57 victory over the Aggies. The Steers next contest was a 95-89 non-conference victory over Trinity. Following the semester break the Horns downed Baylor 76-71, but in a foul-ridden overtime clash at Dallas fell to SMU 84-82, despite Butch Skeete ' s 24 points and amazing 11 for 12 field goal shooting. The Longhorns got revenge from Rice as Jimmy Brown poured in 27 points to lead the way for a narrow 83-82 triumph. The Horns lost to A M 54-48 then beat Baylor 81-66 on the road, before dropping home games to SMU 69-64 and Texas Tech 84-71. Then the Longhorns surged forward to beat Arkansas 61-60 in Fayetteville, and take 71-68 and 73-61 victories over TCU to close out the year with a 15-8 over-all record. Team leaders and top scorers for the 1961-62 Longhorns were Seniors Jimmy Brown (324 points, 14.1 game average) and Butch Skeete (293 points, 12.2 game average). Juniors Jack Dugan, who led the rebounders with 175 grabs, and Jimmy Gilbert, who had a 10.4 game point average, were outstanding. Mutt Heller, Mike Humphrey, Joe Fisher, Jimmy Puryear, and Ron Weaks were also keys to many Longhorn victories. With all but Brown and Skeete returning, and an undefeated Freshman team, Coach Bradley will have depth and experience to lead the 1962-63 squad. LETTERMEN SENIORS James Allan Brown Taylor Campbell Skeete JUNIORS Jack Raymond Dugan William Carl Ehman James Wayne Gilbert John Henry Heller Robert Allen Ledbetter Ronald David Weaks SOPHOMORES Joe Fisher, III William Michael Humphrey James Kenneth Puryear RESERVE LETTERMAN William Wallace Price MANAGERIAL AWARDS Ralph McMahon, Senior George Craddock, Sophomore STUDENT TRAINER Sam Ayoub Page 359 HAROLD BRADLEY Head Basketball Coach JIMMY VIRAMONTES Assistant Basketball Coach Front Row: Manager Ralph McMahon, Mutt Heller, Jimmy Gilbert, Robert Ledbetter, Jimmy Puryear, Butch Skeete. Second Row: Coach Harold Bradley, Bill Ehman, Bill Price, Mike Humphrey, Jack Dugan, Joe Fisher, Jimmy Brown, Ron Weaks, Assistant Coach Jimmy Viramontes. Page 360 SCORES Texas 81 Howard Payne 68 Texas 92 Texas Wesleyan 66 Texas 90 Tulane 65 Texas 75 LSU 77 Texas 60 Louisville 76 Texas 78 Western Kentucky 68 Texas 82 East Texas State 67 Texas 88 Mississippi 71 Texas 84 William Mary 71 Texas 95 Trinity 89 JIMMY BROWN (35) Center, Senior BUTCH SKEETE Guard, Senior For the eighth straight season the Texas Longhorns won their opening non-conference game, this year with an 81-68 victory over the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets in Gregory Gym, December 2. Texas hit a solid 50 per cent from the field with Jimmy Brown leading the Horn scorers with 19 points. Four days later, the Horns rolled up a 52.3 field goal percentage in a 92-66 runaway victory over the Texas Wesleyan Rams. At one point in the second period, the Steers led by a 41 -point margin. Mutt Heller proved high point man with 18 points, followed by Jimmy Brown with 15, Mike Humphrey 15 (and 15 rebounds), and Robert Ledbetter with 14. In Gregory Gym, December 9. with seven Longhorns hitting in double figures, the Steers finished strong to overwhelm the Tulane Greenies. 90-65. This outstanding team effort raised the Horns non-conference record to 3-0. Texas suffered its first defeat December 11, as LSU snubbed the Longhorns ' 50.9 shooting average and 3.000 Long- horn fans for a 77-75 victory. Jimmy Brown and Butch Skeete led Texas ' scoring with nineteen points each but had to give way to the Tigers ' sharp shooter Sam Chase (25 points) for high point honors. The following weekend the Longhorns traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, to the Bluegrass Tournament, where they took third place. Texas dropped the first game to Louisville. 76-60. but came back the following night to defeat Western Ken- tucky 78-68. Guard Butch Skeete, with 33 points for the two games, was placed on the all-tournament team. The Christmas holidays failed to slow down the Steers as they defeated East Texas State 82-67 in Gregory Gym De- cember 21. Before a March of Dimes benefit crowd the Longhorns, in one of their finest shooting nights, hit 53.3 per cent from the field with little (5 ' 9 " ) Jimmy Gilbert ripping the nets for 21 points. The Steers traveled to Lubbock December 28 and 29 for the 1961 Texas Tech holiday doubleheader where they won both of their games, the first, an 88-71 victory over the University of Missippi, and the second, an 84-71 victory over William and Mary. Jimmy Brown was high point man in both games for Texas with 19 and 16 point performances. Texas hit 52.1 per cent of their field goal shots against Ole Miss, the sixth time in eight games that the Horns had hit 50 per cent or better. On January 30. one third of the way through conference play, the Texas Longhorns downed the scrappy Trinity Univer- sity squad 95-89 in San Antonio ' s Alamo Stadium gym. Jack Dugan. who ranked eighth in the nation in field goal per- centage, led the Longhorn attack with 19 points, followed by Jimmy Brown with 18 points, as the Horns hit for 52.9 per cent from the field. This ended Texas ' non-conference schedule with a strong 8-2 record. Page 361 MUTT HELLER (12) Forward, Junior TEXAS 66 TEXAS TECH 77 The Texas Longhorns, seeking to down the SWC basketball champions, went to Lub- bock only to be turned away by a 77-66 margin. Free throws proved to be the difference as Texas had 27 field goals to the Red Raiders 26. The Horns had the lead only once in the first quarter. From then on the Raiders held the lead as they hit 43% from the floor while the Horns only managed to connect 37% of their shots. Mutt Heller led the team with 15 points while Jack Dugan and Jimmy Gilbert dunked 14 points apiece. TEXAS 73 ARKANSAS 59 The Texas Longhorns stopped a nine game Arkansas winning streak as they bested the Razorbacks 73-59, before 6,000 Gregory rooters on January 6. The Horns took an early lead and were never behind. Mutt Heller led the team with 17 points; Jack Dugan scored 14 points while taking 11 rebounds. The Horns 42.2 field goal per- centage compared to the Hogs 29.3 per cent helped enable Texas to even their conference record at 1-1 and up the season mark to 8-3. TEXAS 64 RICE 89 The Texas Longhorns found the Rice Owls too hot to handle as they took a 64-89 beating. Coach Harold Bradley tried several defenses, but found none effective against the sharp eyed Owls as they hit an amazing 62 per cent of their field goal tries. Jimmy Brown and Jack Dugan led the Steers with 15 points apiece. Jimmy Puryear, getting 11 points, was the only other Horn to hit the double figures. TEXAS 64 A M 57 A standing room only crowd in Gregory Gym witnessed a 64-57 Texas triumph over Texas A M. Tempers flared in the first half when a minor scuffle between members of the two teams resulted in a near riot as students got into the act. Butch Skeete scored the most points for Texas with 17, while Jimmy Brown and Mutt Heller followed with 12 and 11, respectively. A final surge enabled the Longhorns to win this exciting victory which knocked the Aggies out of a tie for the SWC lead. JACK DUGAN (30) Forward, Junior JIMMY GILBERT (15) Guard, Junior Page 362 TEXAS 76 BAYLOR 71 The fast breaking, full court pressing Texas Longhorns dumped the Baylor Bears 76-71 in a heavy fouling game. The Longhorns hit 80 per cent of their 30 free throws and Baylor hit only 60 per cent of their 24 attempts to give the Horns the necessary victory margin. Little Jimmy Gilbert was the high point man for Texas, sinking 7 baskets and hitting 6 out of 7 free throws for a twenty point total. The Horns took the lead early in the first quarter and never relinquished it, despite a last minute rally by the Bears. TEXAS 82 SMU 84 A foul-ridden Texas Longhorn team lost a close 82-84 overtime battle to the SMU Mus- tangs before 7,500 roaring fans in one of the most sensational games ever played in the SMU Coliseum. The Ponies jumped off to a 35-32 half-time lead, but the Horns, led by Butch Skeete, who hit 11 out of 12 field goal attempts for the night, fought back to tie the game 73-73 at the end of regulation play. With Mike Humphrey, Joe Fisher, Jack Dugan, Jimmy Gilbert, and Jimmy Brown out of the game on fouls, the Longhorns were unable to stay with the taller Ponies and lost out in the overtime period. Butch Skeete led the Horn shooters with 24 points, followed closely by Brown with 21. TEXAS 83 RICE 82 The Texas Longhorns rode the hot shooting of Jimmy Brown and the hustle of Ronnie Veaks to a hard fought 83-82 victory over the Rice Owls in Gregory Gym February 10. Although at one point in .the first half the Horns were 10 points behind and trailed by five points at halftime they fought back to take a slim second half lead. With UT ahead 31-80 and 1:41 minutes left in the game, Texas went into a freeze. A foul on Butch Skeete brought in two more points, but four seconds later an Owl scored to offset the free throw and bring the final score to 83-82. Jimmy Brown was high point man in the game with 27 points. The win kept the Longhorns in the thick of the conference race and brought their conference record up to 4-3. TEXAS 48 TEXAS A M 54 The Aggies ' band, fans, and free throw shots stopped the Horns short in a 48-54 con- test before a capacity crowd of 8,500 in White Coliseum, February 13. Although the Longhorns outshot the Aggie cagers from the field, the Farmers ' free throws put the game in the Aggie stable. The Steers brought the score to a 30-30 tie in the second half, but the tension from the ever ticking clock and the screaming cadets proved to be too much for the Steers to overcome. Ronnie Weaks was high point man for UT with 13 points while Butch Skeete and Jimmy Brown got 12 and 10 points respectively. TEXAS 81 BAYLOR 66 The University of Texas Longhorns broke the road jinx by defeating the Baylor Bears 81-66 on the Bears ' home court. Both teams scored 22 field goals, with the Horns near perfect 37 of 39 free throw shooting providing the victory margin. The Bears took the lead early in the first quarter, but the Longhorns came storming back and never were behind after the initial period. Butch Skeete was the high man for the Horns with 20 points. Both Mike Humphrey and Jimmy Gilbert made 10 out of 10 free throws and 14 and 12 points while Jimmy Brown netted 16 points. RON WEEKS (33) Forward, Junior BILL EHMAN (24) Forward, Junior ROBERT LEDBETTER (14) Guard, Junior Page 363 JOE FISHER (34) Forward, Sophomore TEXAS 64 SMU 69 The Texas Longhorns suffered their first SWC defeat in Gregory Gym in 20 games by dropping a close 64-69 decision to the SMU Mustangs. Both teams scored 23 field goals, but the Ponies gained an additional five free throws to defeat an aggressive team effort by the Horns. Nine Longhorns contributed to the scoring, but only Jimmy Brown (13) and Jack Dugan (10) scored in double figures. Jan Loudermilk, Jim Hammond, and Dave Siegmund led the Mustangs with a combined total of 52 points. TEXAS 71 TEXAS TECH 84 The Texas Tech Red Raiders handed the Texas Longhorns their second straight defeat in Gregory Gym. Except for a 6-6 tie early in the first quarter, the Raiders led all the way. Tech going into the second half with a 12 point lead had little to worry about. Both teams hit 26 field goals, but the Raiders ' 32 free throws proved to be the winning factor. Fifty-one fouls were committed during the game, 30 charged to the Longhorns and 21 to Tech. Jimmy Brown led the Longhorn shooters with 15 points; Jimmy Gilbert and Joe Fisher followed with 13 and 12 points respectively. TEXAS 61 ARKANSAS 60 The combined efforts of Butch Skeete and Joe Fisher guided the Longhorns to a 61-60 victory over the Arkansas Razorhacks in Fayetteville. Skeete was high for the Horns with 18 points, eleven of which were the last points to be scored in the Longhorn column. Joe Fisher, not far behind, tossed 17 points through the hoop. Fisher ' s 13 points in the first half helped the Longhorns gain a 33-29 halftime lead. The Longhorns out-rebounded the Hogs 45 to 34 with Fisher getting nine. It was a well played game with few mistakes, only V 21 fouls called, 11 on the Horns, 10 on the Razorbacks. TEXAS 71 TCU 68 Emphasizing leg work more than ball handling, the Texas Longhorns and the TCU Frogs chased stray basketballs up and down the court in a game which finally found Texas on top of a 71-68 score. Both teams were cold as Texas hit only 36.9 per cent from the floor while TCU hit 38.4 per cent. Charity tosses proved the difference with Texas sinking 23 and TCU hitting only 12. High for the Horns with 17 points and 12 rebounds was Jimmy Brown followed by Butch Skeete with 13 points. TEXAS 73 TCU 61 Texas ripped the Frogs in their season final 73-61 in a make-up game for a snowed out contest January 9. Seniors Jimmy Brown and Butch Skeete closed out their career in style with Brown taking 13 rebounds and Skeete contributing 12 points. Jimmy Gilbert was high point man for the Steers with 17 points. The winning factor was the Steers ' 43.5 per cent from the field compared to TCU ' s 33 per cent. This victory gave the Longhorns an over-all record of 15-8; with 8 wins and 6 losses in conference competition the Horns finished a strong fourth for the season. MIKE HUMPHREY (31) Center, Sophomore JIMMY PURYEAR (11) Guard, Sophomore Page 364 The Longhorna, after a slow start, came on strong to beat Baylor in a triangular meet at Austin. March 2-1. and again at the Dallas Invitational Meet. April 13. but the powerful Bears were just too fast as they came back to top the Horns in the Southwest Conference meet May 11-12 at Waco to take the conference crown back from Texas. Ray Cunningham (pictured below) was the leading Longhorn as he won both the high and low hurdles consistently, tak- ing the " Triple Crown " (Texas Relays. Kansas Relays, and Drake Relays). Other outstanding Horns were Loy Gunter in the 880 and the mile, and Bayless Bennett and Steve Guynes in the pole vault. Texas opened the season with several indoor meets before going to A M and losing a close meet there. A fine team effort captured second in the Border Olympics and a tie with ACC in the West Texas Relays. The Horns won a triangular meet with Baylor and TCU in Austin then were second to ACC in the San Angelo Relays. After the Texas Relays in Austin, the Horns traveled to Dallas where they won the Dallas Invitational then to the Kansas Relays and Drake Relays before re- turning home to beat A M and Rice in a triangular meet and finally the SWC meet in Waco. SENIORS Baylus Bennett Talmage Ray Cunningham Johnny Phillip Eschle James T. Houston Robert Wayne Porter Jim Russell Smith Robert Paul Wyatt LETTERMEN JUNIORS Charles Randolph Curson Samuel Charles Giesey Herbert Ray Jones Raymond Coy Poage Stephen Douglas Strickland SOPHOMORES James G. Cooper John S. Cram Loy Melton Gunter Steve Guynes Charles Lee Jordan Robert A. Sewell Carlton Eugene Stowers RESERVE AWARDS Jerry E. Bain James A. Brown Charles Leon Galley Donald Michael Dalton John Casper Drolla. Jr. Robert Loring Hall. Jr. Boyd Wayne Henry Larry Gene Rhodes James Denny Roberts Charles Henry Rodgers James Shelby Sharpe Robert Daniel Spellings Daniel Adrian Taylor MANAGERIAL AWARDS Dan Fleckman, Senior Dan Reed, Junior TRAINERS Cris Galbreth Clint Thompson Mllll Page 365 1 962 TRACfc CLYDE LITTLEFIELD Supervisor, Track Program T. J. FROGGIE LOWORN Head Track Coach Front Row: Jim Allison, John Drolla, Jerry Bain, Robert Wyatt, Baylus, Bennett, Jim Smith, Robert Porter, Ray Cunningham, James Houston, Robert Hall, Dan Fleckman, Ralph Alspaugh. Second Row: Froggie Lovvorn (Coach) , Charles Galley, Charles Curson, Robert Spellings, Johnny Eschle, Ray Poage, Samuel Giesey, Steven Strickland, Danny Taylor, Herbert Jones, Boyd Henry, Clyde Littlefield (Coach) . Third Row: Larry Rhodes, Loy Gunter, Charles Jordan, Robert Sewell, Charles Rodgers, James Cooper, James Roberts, John Cram, Steve Guynes, Ronny Dumesnil, Mike Dalton, Carlton Stowers. Page 366 INDOOR TRACK MEETS LUBBOCK INVITATIONAL INDOOR MEET: Ray Cunningham took the 60-yard indoor hurdles with a 7.1 clocking, Danny Taylor, with a clocking of 2:00 flat won the 880-yard run, and the 1000-yard run crown went to Loy Gunter with a time of 2:17.3. UT ' s mile relay team placed first with a time of 3:20.7. LOS ANGELES TIMES MEET: Danny Taylor, Larry Rhodes, Steve Strickland, and Loy Gunter, the UT two-mile relay squad, sped to an impressive 15-yard victory with a clocking of 7:43.4. WILL ROGERS INDOOR GAMES, FORT WORTH: Texas took third in the two-mile relay and the mile relay (a close race where the first three teams received equal clocking of 3:25.5). DALLAS INDOOR INVITATIONAL MEET: Randy Curson pulled an upset win in the 600- yard dash and Longhorn hurdle ace Ray Cunningham won with a 7.3 in the high hurdles. Long- horn two-mile relay team won easily with a time of 7:50.4. SAN ANTONIO INVITATIONAL MEET: Cunningham won the high hurdles with a 7.2 time, John Eshle took second in the mile run, and the two-mile relay squad placed second be- hind Howard Payne. A M TRIANGULAR MEET The Longhorns could do no better than second place with 73 points as the Aggies gathered 79 points for first place at the triangular meet at A M. Rice finished a distant third with 17 points. Co-captain of the Longhorn team Baylus Bennett became the first UT vaulter to ever scale the magic 15-foot mark. Bennett cleared the bar at 15.4%. Loy Gunter became another record breaking Longhorn when he broke the record for the 880-yard run with 1:51. .6 Once again Horn hurdler Ray Cunningham won both the 120-high hurdles and the 220-yard low hurdles with 14.0 and 23.1, respectively. BORDER OLYMPICS Though the Longhorn thinclads returned from the Laredo Border Olympics with only two first places, a fine team effort won the Horns the second place trophy. Ray Cunningham won both the low and high hurdles with 23.5 in the low and 14.2 in the high. The team racked up points by taking third, fourth, and fifth spots in the javelin, second in the broad jump, sec- ond in the 440-yard relay, second in the pole vault, third in the shot, and second in the mile relay. Abilene Christian won the meet with 58 points and A M nailed down third with 44 points. WEST TEXAS RELAYS A win in the final event by ACC was all that kept the Longhorns from winning the West Texas Relays as both teams tied with a total of 73% points each. Ex-Longhorn Ralph Alspaugh put on an amazing show of speed as he won the 100-yard dash with a 9.3 seconds. Another Texas pace-setter was Ray Cunningham who posted the nation ' s fastest time in the 120-yard high hurdles as he roared to a 13.7 timing. The Texas javelin corps took four of the five places in the javelin events as Jim Houston took second place behind ACC Jerry Dyes with a throw of 206-3. AUSTIN TRIANGULAR MEET The University of Texas overpowered Baylor and TCU in a three-way affair at the Austin Meet as they accumulated 91 1 A points by winning seven events and setting five new records. The Horns started off with a record breaking 40.9 in the sprint relay by Carlton Stowers, John Cram, Bubba Jones, and Ray Cunningham. The Texas powerful javelin crew took all four places with James Houston throwing the winning toss of 195-10. Bob Wyatt again pulled through with a first place in the broad jump with a record breaking leap of 23-4%. Ray Cunningham avenged his second place finish in the high hurdles by zipping to a 22.8 in the lows. Loy Gunter won the 880 and was only one-tenth of a second off the record time with his 1:54.4. Sophomore Steve Guynes took the pole vaulting event with a 13-8 leap. Wayne Porter, Randy Curson, James Cooper, and Ray Poage chopped seven-tenths of a second off the old mile relay mark with their 3:15.0 clocking. BAYLUS BENNETT Co-Captain pole vault, Senior JIM SMITH Co-Captain javelin, Senior JOHNNY ESCHLE mile two mile, Senior JIM HOUSTON javelin, Senior Page 367 RAY CUNNINGHAM hurdles, Senior .OOF " ' ' WAYNE PORTER 440, relays, Senior SAN ANGELO RELAYS A powerful Abilene Christian team took the first place honors at the San Angelo Relays, as they edged the Steers, 40-35. Longhorn Baylus Bennett soared to a record breaking 15-lMi, breaking the old meet record of 14-9. Bennett had two " almosts " at 15-5%, knocking the bar off with his fingertip on one try. Ray Cunningham won the 120-yard high hurdles, clocking a 14.4 into a strong wind, but took second place in the 220-yard low hurdles when he lost his stride going over the last hurdle. DALLAS INVITATIONAL TRACK MEET A great effort by junior Johnny Eschle in the two mile run spelled victory for the Texas Longhorns as they outscored Baylor, 49-47, in the Dallas Invitational Track Meet. Ray Cun- ningham came through with his usual sterling performance as he took easy victories in the high and low hurdles, posting times of 14.2 and 23.6, respectively. James Houston copped the javelin event with a toss of 213-2 and broad-jumper Bob Wyatt won his specialty with a leap of 22-5%. The Steer ' s 440-relay team placed second with a 41.4 one tenth of a second behind Baylor ' s winning time of 41.3. KANSAS RELAYS Ray Cunningham, running as though there were no barriers in his way, placed first with a 13.9 in the 120-yard high hurdles. Baylus Bennett, who bears the title of the world ' s highest left-handed vaulter, tied for the number two spot in the pole vault. The sprint relay team took fourth behind Oklahoma, Baylor, and Nebraska ' s 41.3. DRAKE RELAYS Ray Cunningham dashed over a rainsoaked track to win the Drake Relays 120-yard high hurdle championship in the time of 13.9 Saturday and became the first hurdler in UT history to win the Texas, Kansas, and Drake Relays. Texas sophomore, Steve Guynes, tied for the runner-up spot in the pole vault as he cleared 15 feet. This was Guyne ' s personal best and gives him the distinction of being the second Longhorn vaulter to ever clear 15 feet. James Cooper, running in his first varsity try at the 400-yard hurdles, placed a respectable sixth. The Texas sprint relay team came in a stride behind third place Baylor in the 440 relay. AUSTIN TRIANGULAR MEET In a three-way affair with Texas A M and Rice, the Steers scored a very impressive 82% to 61 triumph over A M with Rice a distant third with 25 1 2. Longhorn Baylus Bennett and Rice ' s Fred Hanson both topped the pole vault bar at 15 ' 5 " to share the first place honors as Steer Steve Guynes nailed down third with 14 ' 9 " . Steve Strickland, junior distance runner for Texas, came out of a mid-season slump to score an upset victory in the mile run as he posted a time of 4:17.5. Scoring easy victories over teammate Bob Sewell, ace Steer hurdler Ray Cunningham won both the high and low hurdle events with times of 14.2 and 23.3, re- spectively. BOBBY WYATT broad jump. Senior RANDY OJRSON 440, Junior CHARLES GIESEY javelin, discus, Junior Page 368 HERBERT JONES sprints, Junior 1962 Twelve thousand Memorial Stadium spectators watched the Abilene Christian cindermen race to three relay crowns and an unofficial cham- pionship in the University division at the 35th Annual Texas Relays, April 6-7. ACC captured the 880-yard relay in 1:23.6, the 440-yard relay in 40.9 and the one-mile relay in 3:10.0. The Longhorns placed second, unofficially, getting 37% points but winning none of the relays. Oklahoma State rallied to take third place with 35; Baylor was fourth with 31, and SMU fifth with SO 1 ! ' . Texas ' Ray Cunningham provided the hometown Horns with their only first place victory with a 14.2 thriller in the 120-yard high hurdles. Eva Gayle Maxey, Texas Relays Queen, pre- sents the awards. Baylus Bennett eases over. EVENT WINNER Distance Medley Relay Kansas Shot Put Don Smith, Missouri Sprint Medley Relay Texas A M 880-Yard Relay Abilene Christian Four-Mile Relay Nebraska 120- Yard High Hurdles RAY CUNNINGHAM, TEXAS . . 100- Yard Dash Ray Knaub, Nebraska Two-Mile Relay Kansas 440-Yard Relay Abilene Christian High Jump Tie: Gene Johnson, California Colin Ridgway, Lamar Tech Discus Throw R uss Seitzinger, Hardin-Simmons Pole Vault Fred Hansen, Rice One-Mile Relay Abilene Christian Broad Jump Bill Miller, McMurry Javelin Throw Phil Johnson. Wichita Relay Record TIME 9:46.4 57 ' 10 " 3:21.4 1:23.6 17:01.08 14.2 9.6 7:27.7 40.9 6 ' 8 " 164 ' 6i 2 " 15 ' 6V 2 " 3:10.0 24 ' 11 " 235 ' 5i 2 " STEVE STRICKLAND 880, mile, Junior RAY POAGE relays, Junior JIM COOPER 440, hurdles, Sophomore Page 369 JOHN CRAM sprints, relays, Sophomore LOY GUNTER 880, mile, Sophomore STEVE GUYNES pole vault, Sophomore SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET Baylor, led by dash man Bill Kemp, completely dominated the sprints to take a surprisingly easy victory over defending champion Texas. Th e Bears, taking five firsts, were able to outscore the Longhorns 73 9 10 to 50 2 5 as the Horns managed only two winners Ray Cunningham in the 220-yard low hurdles and Loy Gunter in the mile run. Only two new records were established as wind ex- ceeded the allowable for any other records. Danny Roberts from A M set a new shot put record with a heave of 57 feet iy 2 inches and Fred Hansen of Rice set a new pole vault record at 15 feet 5 inches. Baylus Bennett and Steve Guynes of Texas both bettered the old conference pole vault record but could not reach Han- sen ' s mark. Texas points to finish second in the meet came from their depth, especially in the field events. Charles Jordan finished fourth and Jimmy Brown fifth in the shot put and Jordan was fifth in the javelin with Jim Smith second and Charles Geisey fourth. Geisey was in a tie for fifth in the high jump with Jerry Bain, also of Texas. Ray Cunningham lost in an upset in the high hurdles to TCU ' s Bobby Bernard but Cunningham did finish second. Bobby Wyatt placed third and Herbert Jones fifth in the broad jump. Loy Gunter placed third in the 880 and John Eschle was third in the two-mile run. Bennett and Guynes tied for second in the pole vault. The Horns placed third in the 440-yard relay and fourth in the mile relay to complete the Texas scoring. EVENTS WINNERS TIME Shot Put Danny Roberts, A M 57 ' iy " 440- Yard Relay Baylor 41.2 One-Mile Run LOY GUNTER, TEXAS 4:19.0 440-Yard Dash Roy Smalley, Baylor 47.7 100-Yard Dash Bill Kemp, Baylor 9.4 High Jump Tie: Jackie Upton, TCU Eddie Curtis, Baylor 6 ' 8 " 120- Yard High Hurdles Bobby Bernard, TCU 14.0 Broad Jump Fred Hansen, Rice 24 ' iy 2 " 880-Yard Run Brian Bolton, SMU 1:52.5 220- Yard Dash Bill Kemp, Baylor 20.4 220- Yard Low Hurdles RAY CUNNINGHAM, TEXAS 23.3 Pole Vault Fred Hansen, Rice 15 ' 5 " Two-Mile Run E. L. Ener, A M 9:32.8 One-Mile Relay Baylor 3:13.6 Javelin Throw Ed Red, Rice 223 ' 1% " Discus Throw Terry Robinson, A M 165 ' 5 " Team Totals, Baylor 73 9 10, Texas 50 2 5, A M 44, SMU 32, Rice 26, TCU 23i 2 , Texas Tech 17, Arkansas 3 1 5. New Conference Record CHARLES JORDAN shot, javelin, Sophomore BOB SEWELL hurdles, Sophomore Page 370 CARLTON STOWERS sprints, Sophomore 1 962 B TEXAS - NO. 3 TEAM IN COLLEGE BASEBALL Coach Bib Talk ' s Texas Longhorn baseball squad had a slow start, but they gained momentum as the year progressed and climaxed the season with a third place finish in the College World Series at Omaha, Nebraska. The Horns had a 5-3 non-conference record, dropped two early conference games, 4-3 to A M and 9-6 to Rice, then stormed back to win their last eight conference games in a row to edge out the Aggies for the championship. In the final two-game series with the Aggies, the Horns needed to win both games to take the conference crown. In the first game, Tom Belcher got his tenth victory of the year as Gary London and Bill Bethea doubled in the eighth to give the Horns a 4-3 decision. The following day, the Longhorns ran into trouble when A M took a 9-2 ' lead. Then Texas scored one of the greatest comebacks ever as the Horns scored one run in the seventh, five in the eighth, and two in the bottom of the ninth after two were out to tie the score 10-10. In the tenth, Buddy New ' s double, followed by a blast on the cliff for a double by Gary London, gave Texas the SWC crown and a playoff berth against Arizona the Number One team in the nation. Belcher shut out the Wildcats 1-0 on a four hitter for his eleventh victory and Charley Hartenstein, with relief from Bob Myer threw a two hitter to beat Arizona 7-4, sending the Longhorns to the World Series. In Omaha, Tom Belcher pitched well, but lost 3-1 to Michigan. Then the Horns fought back to whip Colorado State 12-2, Ithaca 3-2, and Michigan 7-0 behind the excellent pitching of Charley Hartenstein, Bob Myer, and Tom Belcher (with a three hit shutout) to send the Horns into the semi-finals against Santa Clara. The Longhorns were edged out 4-3 in ten innings, but were awarded third place for their excellent showing in the series. Texas finished the season with a 22-7 over-all record and had many outstanding individual players for the season. Pat Rigby, at second base, received All-American honors, and Chuck Knutson, left field, was second team All-American. Both Rigby and pitcher Tom Belcher were on the all tournament team for their play in the world series. Belcher, Rigby, Knut- son, Ed Kasper, third baseman, and Gary London, catcher, were chosen as all-district six and all Southwest Conference selections. Pat Rigby was voted the conference ' s " most outstanding player. " But most important in this great season was the team spirit and never-give-up attitude of Coach Bibb Falk ' s fighting Longhorns, the 35th Texas Southwest Conference baseball champions. SENIORS Thomas F. Belcher Lewis E. Brazelton John M. Pinckney Lloyd Lester Rigby David Taylor Skinner Tim Allen RESERVE AWARD Folsom Bell LETTERMEN JUNIORS William Lamar Bethea Charles Arthur Knutson Gary Erroll London Walter Lewis New, Jr. Michael Emmett Thrash SOPHOMORES Charles Hartenstein Edward Elois Kasper Robert Wills Myer, Jr. David Carroll Nunnenkamp MANAGERIAL AWARDS Ralph Knebel, Senior Dan N. Gardner. Sophomore Longhorns beat A M for the 1962 Southwest Conference Championship. TRAINER Mike Bvrd 962 CONFERENCE BIBB A. FALK Head Coach CONFERENCE STANDING Team Won Texas A M Baylor TCU Rice SMU 12 11 9 6 4 Lost 2 4 5 9 9 13 TEXAS 5 SAM HOUSTON STATE 4 Austin, March 5, 1962. Coach Bibb Faulk ' s Longhorns opened a very suc- cessful 1962 season with a comeback victory over the Sam Houston State Bear- kats. The Horns took a two-run lead in the second inning without the benefit of any base hits but the Bearkats came back to take a 4-3 lead. In the eighth Dave Skinner drove in the tying and winning runs with a base loaded single to center. Charley Hartenstein, in relief of starter Tom Belcher, pitched three hitless innings to get credit for the win. TEXAS 15 SAM HOUSTON STATE 16 Austin, March 6. 1962. The Texas Longhorns scored eleven runs in the first inning but saw their lead dwindle when the Bearkats scored seven runs in the fifth. Sam Houston scored the winning run in the top of the seventh inning in a game called after seven innings because of darkness. Longhorn Robert Mat- lock was the losing pitcher. TE XAS 10 OKLAHOMA Austin, March 9, 1962. Senior right-hander Tom Belcher, limiting Oklahoma to only four hits and one walk, won his first game of the season as he shut out the Okies 10-0. The Horns collected their ten runs on six hits and 15 bases on balls. Longhorn rightfielder Mike Thrash was the only player to get two base hits. TEXAS 19 OKLAHOMA 7 Austin, March 10, 1962. The Texas Longhorns, behind by one run, scored 14 runs in the seventh inning to down the Oklahoma Sooners 19-7. The big blast of the day was Buddy New ' s grand slam home run. Pat Rigby and John Pinckney also hit one over the fence. It was the second straight win for relief pitcher Charles Hartenstein. TEXAS 19 TEXAS LUTHERAN 2 Austin, March 12, 1962. The Texas Longhorns got 19 runs on 15 hits to bomb the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs 19-2. The big guns for Texas were Dave Skinner and Pat Rigby. Skinner led the Horns with four hits and Rigby had four RBI ' s. Tom Belcher was the winning pitcher. TEXAS 4 BAYLOR 3 Waco, March 17, 1962. Chuck Knutson blasted a three-run homer in a four-run first inning to gain the Texas Longhorns a 4-3 decision over the Baylor Bears and give the Horns a victory in their first SWC clash. Tom Belcher pitcher 8 2 3 innings giving up three runs on three hits and two errors to win his second game of the season. Front Row: Dan Gardner (Manager), Charlie Hartenstein, Ralph Knebel (Manager), Donalil Haley. Second Row: Bibb Falk (Coach), Billy Bethea, Jerry Onnand, Robert Mallock, Folsom Bell, Gary London, Tim Allen, Pat Rigby, Tom Belcher. Third Row: Robert Myer, Gary Tedford, David Nunnenkamp, Mike Thrash, Lewis Brazelton, Edward Kasper, Robert Callaway, John Pinckney, Chuck Knutson, David Skinner, Buddy New, Mike Byrd. Page 372 PAT RIGBY CHUCK KNUTSON Second Base, Senior Lejtjield, Junior All American, College World Series All Tournament Team, All District Six, Second Team All American, All District Six, All Southwest Conference. All Southwest Conference. TOM BELCHER Pitcher, Senior College World Series All Tournament Team, All District Six, All Southwest Conference. GARY LONDON Catcher, Junior All District Six, All Southwest Conference. ED KASPER Third Base, Sophomore All District Six, All Southwest Conference. Pagt 373 DAVID SKINNER Centerfield, Senior LOU BRAZELTON First Base-Rightfield, Senior JOHNPINCKNEY Catcher-Rightjield, Senior TEXAS 7 MINNESOTA 8 Austin, March 19, 1962. The Minnesota Gopher ' s edged the Texas Longhorns 8-7 as pitcher Hartenstein had a streak of wildness in the ninth inning which gave the Gophers three runs and the game. The whole game was one of wildness as there were eighteen bases on balls in this early season contest. TEXAS 3 MINNESOTA 5 Austin, March 20, 1962. The Minnesota Gophers rapped two homers in the top of the tenth inning to take a 5-3 victory and a sweep of the two-game series. Matlock suffered his second defeat in relief. Pat Rigby led the Horns hitting with three base hits. TEXAS 11 RICE 4 Austin. March 24, 1962. Belcher went the distance to pick up his fourth straight victory of the year as the Longhorns dumped the Rice Owls 11-4. The Owls went ahead in the first inning but the Horns came back in the second with a 2-run homer by Gary London to tie the game. In the third inning Dave Skinner singled home Rigby for the winning run. Bill Betha and Rigby had back-to-back homers in the fourth inning. TEXAS 11 ST. MARY ' S 3 Austin, March 28, 1962. David Nunnenkamp gave up four hits, no runs, no walks and struck out five in six innings to pick up his first decision of the year. The Steers blasted St. Mary ' s of San Antonio for ten hits. Bob Myer pitching in relief gave the Rattlers their three runs in the seventh and ninth innings. Skinner slammed the only Horn home run. TEXAS 3 TEXAS A M 4 College Station, March 31, 1962. Belcher lost his first SWC game after 12 con- secutive victories in three years. An eighth inning home run by Aggie Robert McAdams spoiled an excellent performance by Belcher. Belcher besides striking out 11 Aggies had three hits for the Horns. Rigby ' s 10 game hitting streak was broken in this contest. TEXAS 9 TCU 7 Austin, April 4, 1962. Chuck Knutson led the Horns attack of ten hits, with a home run, and a double as the Longhorns defeated the Frogs 9-7. Tom Belcher picked up his fifth victory of the year pitching in relief of Nunnenkamp. Lou Brazelton went to the plate five times without getting an official at bat as he walked twice, sacrificed twice, and was hit by a pitched ball. TEXAS 7 RICE 2 Houston, April 12, 1962. The Texas Longhorns slugged four homers to down the Rice Owls 7-2. Gary London hit two, with Skinner and Knutson each hitting one long blast. Belcher picked up his sixth victory of the season. He gave up six hits and two runs. TEXAS 6 RICE 9 Houston, April 13, 1962. The Rice Owls took an early lead and never gave up as they downed the Horns 9-6. Former All SWC pitcher Bob Callaway, out most of the season due to a sore arm, was the starting and losing pitcher. The Horns rallied for five runs in the seventh inning but the rally fell short of victory. TIM ALLEN Pitcher, Senior Pat Rigby is safe on a close play at first. Page 374 Pat Rigby slides safely into third and minutes later scored to tie the final game with A M 10-10 in the bottom of the ninth. BILL BETHEA Shortstop, Junior TEXAS 8 BAYLOR Austin, April 16, 1962. Sophomore Charley Hartenstein, starting his first game of the year, came through in veteran style as he pitched a brilliant three hit shut- out to lead the Horns to an 8-0 victory over Baylor. The win upped the Long- horns to a first place tie with A M knocking the Bears down to third place. Horn second baseman Rigby provided the power as he blasted a grand slam homer in the second. TEXAS 12 BAYLOR 1 Austin, April 17, 1962. After suffering a sprained ankle against Rice five days earlier Belcher came through with a sharp four hitter to defeat Baylor 12-1. The Longhorns picked up their 12 runs on 14 hits as first baseman Brazelton and left fielder Nunnenkamp each blasted a home run and drove in four and five runs respectively. TEXAS 2 SMU Austin, April 27, 1962. Belcher shut out the SMU Colts on five hits and picked up his eighth victory of the year. Rigby and Knutson led the Horns ' hitters. Each collected two hits in three times at bat. TEXAS 4 SMU 3 Austin, April 28, 1962. Centerfielder Dave Skinner put a ball on the cliff for a double, scoring two runs and giving the Horns a ninth-inning victory over SMU. Bob Myer picked up his first victory of the season pitching in relief of Harten- stein. Each Horn pitcher allowed only one hit during the game as SMU scored three runs on only two hits. TEXAS 4 TCU 3 Fort Worth, May 2, 1962. The Texas Longhorns scored four runs in the first four innings and then held back a Frog rally in the seventh inning to dump TCU 4-3. Belcher, allowing seven hits and three runs, won his ninth decision of the season. TEXAS 7 TCU 3 Fort Worth, May 3, 1962. After TCU took an early lead, the Horns came back to tie the game in the fifth inning and to drive in the winning runs -in the seventh. Hartenstein was the winning pitcher. He gave up two earned runs and eight hits. The Longhorn batters bombed the four TCU pitchers for 15 hits during the game. TEXAS 4 TEXAS A M 3 Austin, May 9, 1962. Belcher went the full nine innings giving up eight hits, three runs and three walks as he struck out nine Aggies to give the Longhorns a 4-3 decision. Bethea slammed a double in the eighth inning scoring London with the winning run. The Horns scored their four runs on seven hits. TEXAS 11 TEXAS A M 10 Austin, May 10, 1962. In a game that was to decide the Southwest Confer- ence championship an overflow crowd of 5.000 watched the Longhorns come from a 9-2 deficit by scoring one run in the seventh, five runs in the eighth, two runs in the ninth, and one run in the tenth to beat the Aggies and take the SWC crown. Buddy New blasted a homer to lead the eighth inning rally and then doubled and scored the winning run on catcher London ' s double in the tenth. Bobby Callaway, pitching in only his second game of the year because of arm trouble, held the Aggies scoreless in the tenth to gain credit for the win. Page 375 WALTER (BUDDY) NEW First Base, Junior MIKE THRASH Rightjield, Junior CHARLEY HARTENSTEIN Pitcher, Sophomore BOB MYER Pitcher, Sophomore DAVID NUNNENKAMP Pitcher, Sophomore DISTRICT 6 PLAYOFF TEXAS 1 ARIZONA Tucson, Arizona, May 17, 1962. Tom Belcher went the full nine innings giving up four hits, four walks and striking out seven Wildcats. It was Arizona ' s first shutout in two years. In the sixth inning, after walks were issued to Pat Rigby and Dave Skinner, Chuck Knutson singled in the only run of the game. Wildcat hurler Dan Schneider gave up only three hits and struck out 16 Horns but received his first loss in thirteen starts this season. TEXAS 7 ARIZONA 4 Tucson, Arizona, May 18, 1962. The two-hit pitching of Charley Hartenstein and the no-hit relief pitching of Bob Myer gave Charley his fifth win of the season and the Horns a berth in the college world series. The Horns went into the fourth inning down two runs but a triple by Gary London with two men on tied the game. London scored the winning run when Pat Rigby hit a bases loaded single. Myer relieved in the seventh inning to stop a Wildcat rally and insure victory over the No. 1 rated team in the nation. NCAA SERIES TEXAS 1 MICHIGAN 3 Omaha, June 11, 1962. A home rim in the top of the ninth with one man on ruined a brilliant pitching performance by the Longhorn ' s ace righthander, Belcher, and enabled the Michigan Wolverines to take a 3-1 victory over Texas in the opening game of the 1962 College World Series. Belcher allowed the Number 1 ranked Michigan squad only three hits and two walks, but both the walked men later came on to score. Ail-American second baseman, Pat Rigby, led the hitting for the Horns with two hits. TEXAS 12 COLORADO STATE 2 Omaha, June 12, 1962. Behind the steady pitching of sophomore Charley Harten- stein and an eight-run third inning, on only two base hits, the Longhorns eliminated Colorado State from the series with a 12-2 trouncing. Buddy New led the Horn attack with three base hits and two runs batted in. TEXAS 3 ITHICA 2 Omaha, June 13, 1962. Bill Bethea ' s base running and Bob Myer ' s pitching led the Horns to a 3-2 victory over Ithaca College in the third round of play of the series. Bethea doubled in the seventh, took third as the shortstop hobbled the throw- in, and scored on Rigby ' s sacrifice fly. Sophomores Ed Kasper and pitcher Myer starred as Kasper collected three hits and contributed a great catch of a foul pop- up and Myer pitched his best game of the year. TEXAS 7 MICHIGAN Omaha. June 14, 1962. Belcher, pitching with only two days ' rest, shut out Michigan 7-0 on only three hits as he gained revenge of the opening series loss to the Wolverines. Texas, held scoreless until the seventh, came through with one run in the seventh, four in the eighth, and two in the ninth to hand Michigan ' s John Kerr his first loss of the season. Rigby, Knutson, and Belcher each collected two hits for the Horns. TEXAS 3 SANTA CLARA 4 Omaha, June 15th, 1962. An inside-the-park home run in the top of the tenth inning spoiled a beautiful pitching performance by Charley Hartenstein and enabled Santa Clara to eliminate Texas from the series by beating the Longhorns 4-3. The following night Santa Clara lost the final game to Michigan 5-4 in fifteen innings to give Michigan the NCAA championship. Hartenstein had near perfect control against Santa Clara as he walked only one and struck out eleven, but six costly Texas errors allowing three unearned runs tied the game and gave Santa Clara the break they needed to beat the Horns. The Longhorns, however, due to their great comeback after the opening series loss, finished the play-offs as the No. 3 team in Chuck Knutson slides home with another Texas run. Page 376 CROSS COUMRY T. J. LOVVORN, Head Coach LETTERMEN Johnny Phillip Eschle Stephen Douglas Strickland RESERVE AWARDS Homero Adame Loy Melton Gunter Larry Gene Rhodes Charles Henry Rodgers Daniel Adrian Taylor Brent Richard Thorne (SOLP HARVEY PENICK, Head Coach LETTERMEN Terry Doyt Dill Terry D. Kahn William Hugh Munn Larry Frank Roden Ronald Byron Thomas James Carlyle Thompson RESERVE AWARD Hubert Ray Kizer HENRY CHAPMAN, Head Coach LETTERMEN Martin Earl Beaty Merwin Gordon Beavers Jerry M. Desmond Carroll Forrest Henderson Jay Dickey Smith Richard D. Worthington RESERVE AWARDS William Edward Campbell Robert A. Hatcher Bert Gentry Lee Kenneth H. Price Thomas E. Werlin WILMER ALLISON, Head Coach LETTERMEN John Bruce Heath Neil Gilbert Unterseher Jerry Lynn Walters John McGill White William Darrell Willerson Robert Darrel Yoder RESERVE AWARD William Richard Ardis Page 377 1961 COUMRV Left to Right: Charles Henry Rodgers, Loy Melton Gunter, Daniel Adrian Taylor, Donald Weldon Roark, Homero Adame, Larry Gene Rhodes, Brent Richard Thome, Stephen Douglas Strickland. Johnny Phillip Eschle. JOHNNY PHILLIP ESCHLE, Varsity Captain T. J. FROGGIE LOVVORN, Head Coach. Defending champion Texas dropped to third place as A M won the title. SMU captured second with Arkansas fourth. E. L. Ender of A M captured first with a time of 14:11.8. The top Longhorn was Steve Strickland with a time of 14:55.0 and a ninth place finish. 1961 SWC CROSS COUNTRY MEET Nov. 20. 1961. at Dallas FINISH NAME AND SCHOOL TIME 1 E. L. Ener, A M 14:11.8 Jan Ahlberg, SMU 14:20.1 3 Ilham Bilgutay, A M 14:31.9 4 Brian Bolton, SMU 14:38.2 5 Thad Crooks, A M 14:49.0 6 John Deardorff, Arkansas 14:50.0 7 Malcolm Hardee, A M 14:52 8 Mickey Wade, SMU 14:54.0 9 STEVE STRICKLAND. TEXAS 14:55.0 10 JOHN ESCHLE, TEXAS 15:13.9 16 LOY GUNTER, TEXAS 15:55.8 18 LARRY RHODES. TEXAS 16:16 5 20 DANNY TAYLOR, TEXAS 16:35.5 Page 378 1962 GOLF Left to Right: Larry Roden, Terry Dill, Ronnie Thomas, Pat Thompson, Ray Kizer, Bill Munn. Texas linksmen, led by Terry Dill at the first of the season and later by Bill Munn, finished fourth in Southwest Conference standing behind Texas A M. Arkansas, and SMU. The Longhorns completed the season with a 20V- to 21 1 -; record for a .488 percentage. Senior Terry Dill shot a 73 to win the only singles match for Texas as the Longhorns dropped their SWC opener 2-4 to SMU. A 3-3 split with Baylor saw Texas drop to fourth in SWC standings. Dill, top linksman with a 5 under-par 65, shot the best round of the day. The first victory of conference play was a 5-1 win over Texas Tech. Leading the victory was Dill with a 2 under 68. Bill Munn and Dill won their doubles match 4 and 3. Munn halved his singles match as did Larry Roden while Pat Thompson won his match 3 and 1. Shooting his way through a third straight sub-par conference game, Dill scored a 6 and 5 triumph over Rice ' s Dave Lawson as Texas took the match from Rice 4-2. In the last three matches of conference play Bill Munn assumed the number one position after Dill turned professional. Munn shot a 1 under-par 71 against A M, but the Horns lost the match 2-4. Texas linksmen split the TCU match 3-3 as all the Texas points came from the number two doubles players Ronnie Thomas and Pat Thomas. Both men won their singles matches and then com- bined to take their doubles. Traveling to Fayetteville to finish SWC play against Arkansas, the Longhorns lost their final match I 1 -; to 4 1 - . Bill Munn and Terry Kahn traveled to Waco to represent Texas in the Conference Meet. Munn tied for eighth with rounds of 74-73-76-78 for 301 while Kahn finished with a 309. HARVEY PENICK Coach Page 379 1 962 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET DALLAS MARCH 8-10 With a team of only ten swimmers and two divers, the Texas Longhorns upset Texas A M 66-65 for a second place in the SWC meet. Powerful Southern Methodist University won the title for the sixth straight year by the largest winning total and margin on record. Gordon Beavers took Texas ' only two first places in the one and three meter diving. The 200- yard and 100-yard breast-stroke events provided the Longhorns with a 2-3 finish in both; Richard Worthington taking the seconds, and Carroll Henderson taking the thirds. Jay Smith, Horn freestyler, took a second in the fast 440-yard race. HANK CHAPMAN Head Coach December 20 Southwest Conference Relays at College Station February 1 Oklahoma at Austin February 10 Texas Tech at Austin February 17 Texas A M at College Station February 22-24 Southwestern AAU Meet at Dallas March 3 Southern Methodist at Dallas March 8-10 Southwest Conference Meet at Dallas March 29-31 NCAA Championship Meet at Columbus. Ohio Front Row: Earl Beaty, Kenneth Price, Gentry Lee, Carroll Henderson, Tom Werlin, Gordon Beavers. Back Row: Coach Chapman, Jerry Desmond, Bill Campbell, Bob Hatcher, Bill Germain, Jay Smith, Richard Worthington, Manager Jean Thompson. Page 380 RICHARD D. WORTHINGTON JAY DICKEY SMITH Texas opened the 1962 season at College Station in the Southwest Conference Relays by tying Texas Tech for third place with 78 points. SMU took first and A M was second in the meet. The Longhorns ' best finishes, three seconds and four thirds, were in the fly-breaststroke and medley relay events. In the first two dual meets in Austin, the Longhorns lost to Oklahoma 61 to 34. Texas ' Beavers won the three meter diving, Worthington the 200-yard breast- stroke, and Smith the 440-yard freestyle. Worthington ' s time of 2:24.9 broke his own pool record. Texas held Tech until the last event when Tech took a first in the freestyle relay to win the meet 48-47. In the eleven event dual meet, Texas took seven firsts, three seconds, and four thirds, but needed one more third to win. Against A M, the Longhorns swam hard, but again did not get into the win- ner ' s circle. Jay Smith was the only double winner for Texas winning the 220 and 440 freestyles. Jerry Desmond, Gordon Beavers, and Richard Worthington also took firsts. Final score, A M 54 and Texas 41. At Dallas for the Southwestern AAU swim meet, Beavers captured both one and three meter diving with Beaty taking a fourth and a third respectively. Worth- ington took a second in the 200-yard breaststroke, and Smith took a second in the 440-yard freestyle. Again in Dallas for the last dual meet, SMU kept up their winning season by beating Texas 70-25. Beavers took the 3-meter diving with 280.75 points for the only Texas first. He was followed by Earl Beaty with 240 points. Carroll Henderson won another Longhorn second with a close race in the 200-yard butter- fly. On March 29-31, Coach Chapman, Richard Worthington and Gordon Beavers traveled to Columbus, Ohio, for the NCAA Championship Meet. Against the best competition in the country, Beavers was sixth in the one meter diving. CARROLL FORREST HENDERSON Earl Beaty goes up with a front dive pike. JERRY MICHAEL DESMOND MERWIN GORDON BEAVERS MARTIN EARL BEATY Page 381 1 962 The Longhorns, by dropping an early season match to Rice 4-2, slipped to second place as the Owls captured the Southwest Conference Crown. Texas, however, led by seniors Mac White, Neil Unterseher. compiled a very good 27-9 conference record for a high second place finish. WILMER LAWSON ALLISON Head Coach TEXAS 6 BAYLOR The Texas Longhorns traveled out of town for the first conference match and returned with a 6-0 victory over Baylor. Mac White defeated tough Jim Robbinson in the first match 8-6, 11-9. Neil Unterseher made it two Texas wins with a 6-3, 6-0 victory over Foster Roden. Coming four games from behind, sophomore Jerry Walters took his match 6-1, and 7-5. John Heath took his match 6-4, 6-1. White and Unterseher won their doubles match 6-3, 6-0, while Walters and Heath won theirs 6-2, 6-1. TEXAS 2 RICE 4 Texas netters found defeat at home when the Rice Owls came to Penick Courts a nd took a commanding lead, in SWC tennis play by beating Texas 4-2. Brilliant playing gave White 6-3, 6-3 victories, but Unterseher, number two Steer netter, dropped his match to Neal Marcus 7-5, 6-3. Walters breezed through the first set but fell in his last two, losing the match to Frank Bertram, 2-6, 9-7, 6-2. Heath evened the singles matches with a 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 win. White and Unterseher lost their doubles match 6-2, 6-3, as did Heath and Walters, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2. JOHN McGILL WHITE Captain Left to Right: Mac White, Neil Unterseher, Darrell Willerson, Daniel A. Penick (Coach Emeritus) , Wilmer Allison (Coach) , John Health, Darrel Yoder, Jerry Walters. Page 382 TEXAS 5 TEXAS A M 1 Texas netters got back into the winning column by setting back the Aggies 5-1 at College Station. A surprising loss by White, who was previously undefeated in league play, to Carroll Kell was the only loss of the day. Kell won in the playoff set 7-5, 4-6, 6-3. Heath set back Doug Sassman, 6-2, 6-4; Unterseher defeated Ray Sala- zar 6-4, 6-2; Walters dropped Jerry Foster 6-1, 6-2. White and Unterseher won in doubles 6-3, 6-3, while Heath and Walters won 6-3, 6-0. TEXAS 6 TCU Orange netters upped their record to 19-5 by beating TCU 6-0. White defeated Paul Christian 6-1, 6-2. Unterseher won over Earl Van Zandt 6-1, 6-0. Walters topped Roy Persons 6-2, 6-3, while in playoff action Heath beat Harold Wise, 6-4, 2-6, 6-1. Doubles team of White and Unterseher won over Christian and Van Zandt, 6-3, 6-2, and Heath and Walters won over Wise and Persons, 6-3, 7-5 to sweep the match. u JOHN BRUCE HEATH JERRY LYNN WALTERS TEXAS 5 SMU 1 Meeting SMU at home on Penick Courts, the Longhorns pocketed a 5-1 victory to give them a conference record of 24-6. The only loss came when White dropped his second conference match to Tommy Howorth, 6-1, 6-3. Unteseher took 6-4, 6-2 sets over Mike Amis. Walters breezed by Lee Como 6-0, 6-0. Darrel Yoder had no trouble defeating A. 0. Evans 6-1, 6-0. White and Unterseher saw playoff action in winning their match 6-3, 2-6, 7-5. Yoder and Darrell Willerson triumphed over Como and Evans 6-2, 6-4. TEXAS 3 TEXAS TECH 3 Just about all hopes for a second SWC tennis title fell in a 3-3 split with the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Horns lost all the first three singles matches and managed to tie the match when Walters won his sets 6-2, 7-5 and the Orange swept the doubles matches. White, Texas ' number one player, fell to Daryl Allison 9-7, 7-5, Beau Sutherland tumbled Unterseher 6-4, 8-10, 6-4, and Don Draper beat Yoder 1-6, 14-12, 6-1. White and Unterseher won their doubles match 1-6, 6-1, 6-4, while Walters and Willerson won 6-4, 6-4. This left the Horns with a 27-9 conference record. Texas was not represented in the Southwest Conference Meet at Waco as White and Unterseher decided to devote more time to studies as both are graduating seniors. ROBERT DARREL YODER NEIL GILBERT UNTERSEHER Page 383 WILLIAM DARRELL WILLERSON ASSOCIATION Honiero Adame Tim Allen Jim Choyce Allison Alberto Almanza Ralph W. Alspaugh Gordon Scott Appleton Herschell L. Atkinson Charles H. Bankhead George Turner Bass Martin Earl Beaty Merwin Gordon Beavers Thomas F. Belcher Baylus Earl Bennett William Lamar Bethea Perry Bolin Alfred B. Brady, Jr. James H. Bratten Clarence V. Bray Lewis E. Brazelton George L. Brucks James Allen Brown David W. Burleson Robert E. Callaway Emmett A. Carlisle Larue Scott Catlett Wayne Newell Clark Jack Altman Collins Jerry Carlton Cook John Allen Cook James G. Cooper Johnny W. Gotten Michal Barry Gotten George Craddock John S. Cram J. Patrick Culpepper Talmage Ray Cunningham Charles Randolph Curson Jerry D. Davis Jerry Desmond Terry Doyt Dill Jack Raymond Dugan William Carl Ehman Roy Reinhard Enderlin William F. Ermel Johnny Phillip Eschle Stalcy Faulkner Kenneth W. Ferguson Joe Fisher, III Dan Fleckman Tommy Cline Ford James E. Fults Dan N. Gardner Bobby Frank Gamblin John Allen Genung Samuel Charles Giesey Carroll Deene Gott James Wayne Gilbert Jerry Van Graham Loy Melton Gunter Steve Guynes Robert H. Hankins Charles Hartenstein John Bruce Heath James Earl Hejl John Henry Heller Carroll F. Henderson Charles B. House James Thomas Houston William Michael Humphrey Don Dale Isett James Terry Jackson Herbert Ray Jones Roy A. Jones Charles Lee Jordan Terry D. Kahn John Robert Kamrath Edward Elois Kasper Richard Page Keeton Edward C. Kelley, Jr. Ralph Knebel Charles Arthur Knutson Rodney C. Koenig David C. Kristynik Marvin T. Kubin T. Weir Labatt, II William Ross Laughlin Robert Allen Ledbetter Gary Erroll London Thomas Ray Lucas James Scott Mann Greg Newton Martin Robert L. Masson Ralph McMahon A. Perry McWilliams David L. McWilliams Alger Morgan Meadows Eldon LeRoy Moritz Robert Keen Moses William Hugh Munn Robert Wills Myer, Jr. Walter Lewis New, Jr. Robert P. Nunis David Carroll Nunnenkamp Derrell M. Oliver H. Edward Padgett Daniel S. Petty E. Dale Pharis John M. Pinckney Raymond Coy Poage Robert Wayne Porter Roane Puett James Kenneth Puryear Dan Reed Larry Gene Rhodes Lloyd Lester Rigby Gordon L. Roberts Larry Frank Roden Charles Henry Rodgers David Dee Russell Walter Cayce Sands James E. Saxton John E. Schmid John Raymond Seals Robert A. Sewell Vernon Shelton Jack Davis Sides Taylor Campbell Skeete David Taylor Skinner George William Smith Jay Dickey Smith Jim Russell Smith Thomas Theodore Smith Carlton Eugene Stowers Stephen Douglas Strickland Dunklin A. Sullivan Charles Dan Talbert Don Larry Talbert Daniel Adrian Taylor Ronald Byron Thomas James Carlyle Thompson Joe C. Thompson Ronald E. Thompson Brent Richard Thome Michael Emmett Thrash Terence Colquitt Todd John C. Treadwell Neil Gilbert Unterscher Robert G. Waggener Jerry Lynn Walters Ronald David Weaks John McGill White William Darrell Willerson Donald Ray Wilson Rex Gerald Wilson Richard D. Worthington Robert Paul Wyatt Robert Darrel Yoder Tommy E. York 31(3 F Top Row: Mrs. J. M. Griffith, Allison, Almanza, Alspaugh, Appleton, Atkinson, Bass, Beaty, Beavers, Belcher, Bennett, Brady, Bratten. Second Row: Bray, Brown, Brucks, Carlisle, Clark, J. C. Cook, J. A. Cook, J. Gotten, M. Gotten, Culpepper, Cunningham, Curson, Dill. Third Row: Dugan, Eschle, Ferguson, Ford, Fults, Gamblin, Gilbert, Gott, Hankins, Heath, Henderson, House, Houston. Fourth Row: Isett, Jackson, Kamrath, Kristynik, Kubin, Laughlin, Ledbetter, London, Lucas, A. P. McWilliams, D. L. McWilliams, Moritz, New. Fifth Row: Oliver, Padgett, Poage, Porter, Reed, Sands, Saxton, Shelton, Skeete, Skinner, J. D. Smith, J. R. Smith. Sixth Row: Strickland, Sullivan, C. Talbert, D. Talbert, Todd, Treadwell, Unterscher, White, R. G. Wilson, Worthington, Yoder, York. Page 384 SPORTS EDITED BY GEORGE BUNCH Pa B e 385 1 96 1 FRWMAN A string of 17 games without de- feat since 1957 was brought to a close as the SMU Colts edged out the 1961 Yearlings 16-15, but the Texas Frosh, led by the SWC outstanding freshman back, Ernie Koy, and all-conference end, Knox Nunnally, tied with TCU for the SWC title by compiling a 4-1 season record. For the fourth straight year, Coach Bob Schulze ' s Yearlings have won or tied for the SWC title. TEXAS 13 BAYLOR 8 Thursday night, October 12, be- fore 10,000 fans in Waco, the Texas Shorthorns, led by Charles Buckalew and Ernie Koy, came from behind for a 13-8 victory over the Baylor Cubs in their SWC freshman football opener. After Texas had taken a 7-0 halftime lead on Koy ' s 2-yard score follow- ing a 51-yard punt return by Buckalew to the Baylor two, the Cubs quarterback, Bobby Mapes, scored a touchdown and 2 extra points to give them an 8-7 ad- vantage. Late in the third quarter the Yearlings fought back as Buckalew knifed 10 yards for the final touchdown which gave the Texas Frosh a 13-8 victory over Baylor. TEXAS 12 RICE 7 On Friday, October 27, the Texas Frosh staved off a last minute Owl drive to beat the Rice Frosh 12-7 in Austin. Quarterback Jim Hudson sparked the victory as he pulled a 99-yard quarterback sneak for the Yearlings ' first touchdown. Texas scored again in the third quarter on an 83-yard drive with Joe Ed Lynn and Charles Buckalew leading the charge be- fore Ernie Koy blasted over to score from the seven. Rice came to life in the fourth quarter to cut the score to 12-7 and a final Rice drive was halted as the game ended on the Texas 13-yard line. TEXAS 15 SMU 16 The Texas Yearlings met their first defeat in 18 games as a fired up herd of SMU Colt opportunists grabbed four Texas fumbles and went on to take a narrow 16-15 victory. The Colts scored first on a 30-yard field goal, but the Short- horns came back with Charles Buckalew dashing 47 yards for a 7-3 Texas lead. The Colts scored again for a 9-7 first half lead. In the second half the Yearlings scored to take a 15-9 advantage before SMU drove 77 yards for the final TD and a 16-15 triumph. TEXAS 22 TCU 8 Texas alert Yearlings ripped the hefty Polywogs as they knocked the Purple freshmen from the ranks of the undefeated. In the process the Yearlings swiped four TCU passes and recovered two fumbles as they bottled up the Wogs touted " five-yards-and-a- cloud-of-dust " offense. Dexter Smith, a Yearling fullback, was the key figure in Texas ' win. He scored twice first on a routine three yard plunge, then after an 11 yard touchdown by another Shorthorn fullback, Kyle Haines, Smith scored again on a twisting 73-yard cross-field dash that neatly wrapped up the burly Wogs. TEXAS 8 A M Tailback Ernie Koy led the Texas Yearlings to an 8-0 victory over the A M Fish in a game played in a steady downpour of rain at College Station, November 10. Koy scored the only points of the game and kept the Fish pinned down with a steady bar- rage of outstanding kicking. The victory closed out the Yearling season with a 4-1 record, tying them with the TCU Wogs for the Southwest Conference Frosh title. Head Coach Assistant Coaches Managers Trainers , ROBERT C. SCHULZE RAY SMITH BILL LAUGHLIN BOBBY GURWITZ BOB BRYANT DON ALLEN MAURICE DOKE JIM BALL ROBERT WALDMAN LANE ZUNKER MIKE BYRD SKIP WHARTON Whit Carrol Baker Danny Robert Barfjeld Kindell Wayne Bates Frank Johnny Bedrick Edgar Lawrence Beevers Kenneth Edwin Brooks Garry Dale Brown Charles Otis Buckalew John Leslie Bugg Dan Aubrey Burgess FRESHMAN Phillip Gary Grain Robert Warren Crouch Joe Marion Dixon Timothy Michael Doerr Reginald Warren Grob Roy Jameson Guarino Kyle Elliot Haines John Harrell Hays James Clark Hudson Robert L. Jackson AWARDS Rodney Ennis Kelley Ernest Melvin Koy Marvin Christopher Kristynik Pete S. Lammons, Jr. Kenneth Reeves Lee Joe Ed Lynn William Keene Marshall Richard Daniel Mauldin Harvey Charles Moerbe Knox Dillon NunnaJly Sam David Parker Edward L. Pennington George Henry Sauer, Jr. Lineol Dexter Smith Timothy Hayes Smith Stephen Maurice Stack Gary Stautzenberger Gus James Strauss Samuel Franklin Vale Leland Stanley Wallace SSZ " to ' r VSs " 5?fi ' , ' ' ' m- i ' - ' " A V tl - ,t An fcJP v- ji_-; ? . , i te J k J -$ ,mm _ - u 4 :C Foreground: Coach Bob Schulze. Front Row: Wayne Bates, Marvin Kristynik, Charles Buckalew, Pete Lammons, Danny Barfield, Joe Ed Lynn, Kyle Hainea, Ernie Koy, Dan Burgess. Second Row: Bob Crouch, Bud Jackson, Knox Nunnally, Gus Strauss, Kenneth Lee, Dexter Smith, Larry Beevers, Whit Baker, Frank Bedrick. Third Row: Stephen Stack, George Sauer, Bill Marshall, Ttmmy Doerr, Ed Pennington, Gary Crain, Joe Dixon, Rodney Kelley, Samuel Vale, Reggie Grob. Fourth Row: Lane Zunker (Manager) , Tim Smith, Dan Mauldin, Gary Stautzenberger, Jim Hudson, Sam Parker, Garry Brown, Stan Wallace, Jim Guarino, John Hays, Kenny Brooks. Page 386 1 96 1 -62 Coach Jimmy Viramontes and Student Assistant James Candy ' s 1961-62 Fresh- man basketball team shot through an undefeated season winning all 12 games and the SWC championship. The Yearlings ' opening game victory over South Texas Junior College (95-65) was a good preview of the season. The five leading Texas frosh each scored in double figures Larry Franks (18 points), Jimmy Clark (15 points), John Paul Fultz (14 points), Charley Dishman (12 points) and Steve Carter (11 points). After smashing Victoria College 94-69 and Wharton Junior College 91-75 the Frosh proceeded to conference play with a 93 point game average. The Shorthorns opened SWC play with a 69-63 victory over Rice and for the fourth straight game 5 players scored more than 10 points. The Freshmen then took two thrillers at Gregory Gym by edging A M 71-68 and following final exams eased by Baylor 66-65. After beating Rice 91-69, A M 80-75. Baylor 77-71 and a non-conference win over Lon Morris 86-73, the Yearlings were ready for the final two games with TCU to fight for a perfect season. At Gregory Gym Tuesday, March 6, the Fresh- men easily topped the Wogs 84-71 but Thursday night at Foil Worth the battle was rough. But little Jimmy Clark sank a jump shot in the dying seconds to give Texas a 63-61 triumph and the first undefeated season in UT freshman basketball history. Varsity Coach Harold Bradley will be glad to have these outstanding players next year. Among the most promising are John Fulls who led the Frosh with an 18.2 average and 136 rebounds, Larry Franks, 115 rebounds, Charley Dishman, 13.8 game point average, Jimmy Clark, great playmaker, and Steve Carter, 10.3 average despite drawing oppositions best defender each game. JAMES GANDY Student Assistant Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS Stephen Leroy Carter James Weldon Clark Charles Roger Dishman Lawrence Turner Franks John Paul Fultz Richard Tracy McCarroll Tommy Hall Nelms Leslie Howard Williams Herbert E. Evans, Manager From Row: Coach Jimmy Viramontes, Dean Greenwood, Charley Dishman, Larry Franks, John Paul Fultz, Spencer Pickens, Ken Ford, Slere Carter, Student Assistant Coach James Candy. Second Row: Leslie Williams, Joe Bill Watkins, Tommy Nelms, Dickie McCarroll, Jimmy Clark, Bobby Mayes, Manager Herb Evanf. Page 387 1 962 FRESMHWJ TRACK The freshmen did very good competing with the varsity in the preliminary indoor track meets. In the Will Rogers Games, Preston Davis won a very impressive 2:15.6 victory in the 1000-yard run. In the Dallas Invitational, Davis scored an easy triumph in the 600 yard dash and Ralph Miller won the 400-yard dash from A M whiz Ted Nelson. In the San Antonio Invitational, Davis won the 880 with a time of 1 :58.7, Miller won the 300-yard open with a 33.5, and Charles Barnhill upset former Texas ace Ralph Alspaugh and A M Ted Nelson to take the special 300-yard dash in a time of 33.2. In the first outdoor meet, the Yearlings whipped A M, Baylor, and Rice at College Station. Preston Davis captured victories in the one-mile run (4:22.0), the 880-yard dash (1:56.7), and was second in the javelin (170 ' -4 " ) to lead the Shorthorns with 12 of the 44 2 winning points. At the Texas Relays the Yearlings managed a tie in the 440-yard relay and won second in the sprint medley relay. The Texas Freshmen then traveled to the Mexico City Invitational Meet which they won with 137 points to 94 for second place University of Mexico. Davis won the 1,500 meter run in a time of 4:12.2 and Bob Penn won the pole vault with a 12 ' -5 " leap. The Yearlings then came home to Austin to edge Rice 64-62 and A M (27) in a triangular meet. Preston Davis set a new Texas Freshman record in the 880 as he won with a time of 1:52.7. David Colley won both the 100-yard dash (9.9) and the 220 (21.8), John Greer (164 ' -11 " ) won the javelin, and Larry Gilbert (22 ' -2V 2 " ) won the broad jump. The UT Frosh also captured the 440-yard relay (Miller, Colley, Winkles, Barnhill) and the mile relay (Miller, Davis, Winkles, Barnhill). On May 11-12 at Waco the Yearlings imitated their varsity mates as they dropped the conference crown to Baylor. Depth in several events enabled the Texas Freshmen to take second place even though Jim Hudson ' s win in the javelin was the Yearlings ' only first place. Davis took second in the mile run and 880-yard run; David Colley finished third and Bob Couch fourth in the 100-yard dash and then Couch was third and Colley fourth in the 220-yard dash; Charles Barnhill took fifth in the 440; the 440 relay team won second and the mile relay team gained third. This over-all depth and experience should aid Coach Lovvorn ' s 1963 varsity squad. Charles Richard Barnhill John Betin David Earl Bradley Charles Dickey Carr Gary Thornton Chisholm David L. Colley Robert Warren Crouch Preston Clark Davis Terry Wayne Eubank Arvil Garlen Flippin Jess Jerl Franklin FRESHMAN AWARDS Lawrence Edmund Gilbert John William Greer James Clark Hudson Ernest Melvin Koy Larry Leroy Libby Joe Ed Lynn Ralph Severne Miller Curtis George Payne Robert Earl Penn James William Smith, Jr. David Paul Wiegand David Neal Winkles MANAGERIAL AWARDS Glen Bob Talley Mike Gray Dick Olson Frank Enders HEAD COACH Froggie Lovvorn Front Row: Charles Carr, David Wiegand, Ralph Miller, David Colley, Robert Crouch, David Winkles, Arvil Flippin, John Betin, Gary Chisholm. Second Row: Jerl Franklin, David Bradley, Larry Gilbert, Charles Barnhill, Preston Davis, Robert Penn, Terry Eubank, John Greer, Larry Libby. Third Roiv: Froggie Lovvorn (Coach) , Mike Gray (Manager) , Richard Olson (Manager) , Dan Reed (Manager) , Dan Fleckman (Manager) , Clyde Littlefield (Coach) . Page 388 1 962 Coach Roy Enderlin ' s 1962 Freshmen powered their way to a 9-2 season record by winning nine of their last ten games after dropping the opening game to Austin High 9-3. In the conference opener against Baylor, John Collier pitched the Yearlings to an 8-5 victory with Ed Denman leading the attack with two singles and two doubles. After belting Travis High 14-5 (including Butch Thompson ' s home run), the Shorthorns edged Rice 5-4 at Houston. Regis Wrobleski ' s ninth inning pinch-hit won the game for reliever Bobby Peoples. Another high school game found the Horns beating McCallum 9-2. The Hor ns then blasted A M 15-4 and won a 7-3 revenge decision over Austin High behind the relief pitching of Dick Peterson and hitting of center fielder, Ron Bandy. The Frosh then blasted the Owlets 13-1 as Collier won his fourth game against no defeats. Following a 10-8 victory over Wharton Junior College, the Horns took their second loss of the season, snapping an eight-game winning streak as Baylor edged the Yearlings 3-1. Collier suffered his first defeat after four wins; Denman collected three of the Shorthorns ' six hits. In the final game of the season, the Yearlings shut out the A M Fish 17-0 on Collier ' s two hitter to close a very good season. ROY ENDERLIN Head Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS SCORES Ronald Davis Bandy James Weldon Clark John Calvin Collier William Edwin Denman Lawrence Turner Franks Robert N. Peoples Richard Raymond Peterson Robert Eugene Ross Cecil A. Thompson Michael Rayburn Thompson Regis Jerome Wrobleski Yearlings 3 Austin High 9 Yearlings 8 Baylor 5 Yearlings 14 Travis High 5 Yearlings 5 . ' Rice 4 Yearlings 9 McCallum High 2 Yearlings 15 Texas A M 4 Yearlings 7 Austin High 4 Yearlings 13 Rice 1 Yearlings 10 Wharton J. C. 8 Yearlings 1 Baylor 3 Yearlings 17 Texas A M Front Row : Bobby Woehl, Harry Noleware, James Clark, Michael Sheppard, Robert Peoples, William Denman. Second Row: John Moore, Regis Wrobleski, John Collier, Richard Peterson, Cecil Thompson, Frederick Lobpries, Ronald Bandy. Third Row: Roy Enderlin (Coach) , Phillip Grain, Robert Ross, Michael Thompson, Lawrence Franks, Mark Hart, Michael Cherryhomes, Alfred Daves. Page 389 1961 FRESWMAN CROSS COUNTRY T. J. LOVVORN, Head Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS John Betin Charles Dickey Can- Gary Thornton Chisholm Preston Clark Davis Arvil Garlen Flippin. Jr. James Cagney Strickland Earl Raymon WaddelL III David Paul Wiegand Front Row: Strickland, Chisholm, Wiegand. Buck Row: Davis, Betin, Flippin, Carr. 962 GEORGE SMITH Freshman Swimming Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS Russell Morris Barefield John Scott Crawford Anthony Post Eastmond Michael Clinton Fay John Garland Flowers. Ill James Booker Graves Charles Earl Griffith James Barry Holton, Jr. Daniel Robert Kirshbaum Phillip Sherwood Kline. Jr. Gale Eugene Kloesel Ralph Michael McKinlay Pliny (Andy) Cleland Smith Frank Thomas Stokes Front Row: Eastmond, McKinlay, Fay, Kline, Smith, Kloesel. Back Row: Stokes, Holton, Graves, Bareficld, Griffith. Page 390 1 962 WILMER ALLISON. Head Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS Leslie Kurt Berkes Peter John Hennessey Frederick Matsen Benton Smith LESLIE BERKES RICKY MATSEN HARVEY PENICK. Head Coach FRESHMAN AWARDS James Michael Bryant George Dewar Case Oscar N. Goode George H. Marsh 1 962 GOLF Left to Right: Bryant, Goode, Case, Marsh. Page 391 1961-62 NANCY KAY HARRINGTON KATHRYN ANN BAILEY RITA JAY FAGELMAN EDITED BY GEORGE BUNCH Page 393 Left to Right: KAPPA ALPHA THETA, Linda Wyatt, Manager, Carol Muir accepting trophy; ALPHA DELTA PI, Jan Chinn, Manager. AND PARTICIPATION AWARDS PHI MU, Linda Fletcher STAFF SHIELA O ' GARA Associate Director CAROLYN HEW ATT Assistant Director MARTHA M. YATES Secretary PEGGY J. CARTER FACULTY COMMITTEE Mary Lou Anselin Shirley Bird Henry A. Bowman Helen Flinn Carolyn Hewatt Shiela O ' Gara Albert Albin Rooker SPORTS MANAGERS Alpha Chi Omega JANE CLEMENTS, SUSAN PETIT Alpha Delta Pi PAT JACKSON, JAN CHINN Alpha Epsilon Phi SUSAN COHEN Alpha Gamma Delta DIANNA CLARK. GLENDA HUNT Alpha Kappa Alpha DIANE HINES Alpha Omicron Pi BECKIE LOU GROSS, ETHEL WIEST Alpha Phi KAY SORDEN Carothers Dormitory MICHELLE BEER Chi Omega LINDA SLEEPER, JEANIE HALL Co-Operative (First Semester) FRANCES GIDDENS Delta Delta Delta JUDY HAGOOD, CORINNE COLLINS Delta Gamma BETSY BONIN, JERE KITZMILLER Delta Phi Epsilon LINDA HYMAN, MICKI MASSIN Delta Ztta KAY MORROW, JANET FRITZ Gamma Delta KAREN MOERLS Gamma Phi Beta MARILYN SAVAGE, SUANNA HINRICHS Kappa Alpha Theta KAY COLE, CAROL MUIR Kappa Kappa Gamma ANNA McCULLOUGH, LINDA WYATT Kirby Hall - CAROL HAGG Liltlefield Dormitory BARBARA VESSELS Newman Club MARGARET DAVIS Phi Mu LINDA FLETCHER Pi Beta Phi JAYNE LYNN, DOROTHY MALONE Scottish Rite Dormitory NAN CRITTENDEN Sigma Delta Tau ROBIN PASTERNAK, EILEEN ROGOFF Whitehall (Second Semester) FRANCES GIDDENS Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ELLEN BEALL. BECKY DAVIS, CHINKY JOHNSON Lett to Right: CHI OMEGA, FIRST PLACE, Jane Fitzgerald accepting PHI MU, SECOND PLACE, Linda Fletcher, Manager; DELTA CAM- MA, THIRD PLACE, Jere Kitzmiller, Manager. Page 394 TOUCRFCOT UL ORANGE BRACKET Front Row: WINNER, INDEPENDENT, Marsha John- son, Jo Beth Creager, Rosalinda Monrreal, Donna Vance, Barbara Jane Gurecky, Pally Stamply, Jan King. Back Row: RUNNER-UP, GAMMA PHI BETA, Cyn- Ihia Shoptaw, Susan Dillard, Suanna Hinrichs, Merla Lew Riddle, Betlye Swales, Mary Lynn Durham, Betty Kocnig, Carol Earl, Kay Gilbert, Diane Prince, Linda Lee Carrier, Carolyn Burgess, Jean Fletcher. WHITE BRACKET Front Row: RUNNER-UP, ZETA TAU ALPHA, Carol Dawson, Marita Pike, Janet Johnson, Ester Roberts, Mary Ann Cooper, Carolyn Moore, Diane Phillips, Carol Tomlison, Linda Ximines, Linda Faison, Ellen Beall, Alane Higgins. Back Row: WINNER, DELTA GAMMA, Lynn Raschke, Jere Kitzmiller, Betsy Bonin, Diane Neeley, Martha Hanson, Ann Echols, Pat Myers, Carolyn Benton, Carol Belknap, Judy Wynn, Barbara Gresham. DOUBLES Left to Right: WINNERS, INDEPENDENT, Eva John- son, Rosalinda Monrreal, RUNNERS-UP, PHI MU, Linda Fletcher, Zoe Griffith. SINGLES Left to Right: WINNER, INDEPENDENT, Rosalinda Monrreal, RUNNER-UP, PHI MU, Linda Fletcher. ORANGE BRACKET Front Row: WINNERS, LITTLEFIELD DORM, Ann McMillan, Dixie Gaddis, Sherry Smartt, Marsha Johnson, Kay Martin, Karen Dittmar, Jo William- son, Sarah Pouncey, Nicki Benion. Back Row: RUNNERS-UP, WHITEHALL CO-OP., Jan- ice Galle, Johnette Schelin, Frances Ciddens, Becky Ihrig, Sandy Satterwhite, Jo Ann Pankratz, Shirley Pankratz. WHITE BRACKET Front Row: WINNERS, ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA, Etta Mays, Charlie Spencer, Thelma Miller, Helen Wash- ington, Betty Griggs, Anitha Mitchell, Alnita Rettig. Back Row: RUNNER-UP, ZETA TAU ALPHA, Linda Faison, Ellen Beall, Carol Dawson, Chinky Johnson, Carol Edmondson, Jessie Gilmer. DOUBLES Left to Right: WINNER, INDEPENDENT, Rosalinda Monrreal, Eva Johnson, RUNNER-UP, PHI MU, Linda Fletcher, Zoe Griffith. SINGLES Lett to Right: WINNER, INDEPENDENT, Eva John- son, RUNNER-UP, DELTA DELTA DELTA, Carol Coffman. ORANGE BRACKET Front Row: WINNERS, INDEPENDENTS, Sue Wil- liams, Nancy Sterner. Back Row: Barbara Gurecky, Lea Glanges, Karen Fife. WHITE BRACKET Left to Right: WINNERS, ALPHA CHI OMEGA, Katie Meeks, Vivian Athens, June McKenzie. Page 395 ORANGE BRACKET Front Row: WINNER, KIRBY HALL, Judy Lanier, Celene Lanham, Carter Barron, Nikki Rylander, Carol Hagg, Sandra Pope. Back Row: RUNNER-UP, WHITEHALL, Dolly Ashorn, Janice Galle, Bonnie Richards, Frances Giddens, Jo Ann Pankratz, Sandy Satterwhite, Julie Labay. WHITE BRACKET Front Row: WINNERS, PHI MU, Rosemary White Muriel Smith. Second Row: Veda Russell, Linda Kay Fletcher, Eliza- beth Walling, Jeanette Leonard, Zoe Griffith, Vicki Hunter. Back Row: RUNNER-UP, ZETA TAU ALPHA, Alice Rainey, Carol Edmondson, Judy Wax Alane Hig- gins, Jane Wade, Claire Richmond. SINGLES Left to Right: RUNNER-UP, DELTA ZETA, Sara Rix, WINNER, ALPHA CHI OMEGA, Jan White- head. Left to Right: FIRST PLACE, Merrily Looke, SEC- OND PLACE, Rosalinda Monrreal, THIRD PLACE, Judy Terry and Eva Johnson. SOFTBALL ORANGE BRACKET Front Row: RUNNER-UP, CAROTHERS, Grace Gad- Jos, Peggy Winckler. Second Row: Mickey Beer, Judy James, Frances Till, Jeanne White, Kay Dennard, Mary Varvel, Marcia Rogers. Back Row: WINNERS, KAPPA ALPHA THETA, Kay Cole, Celia Scott, Judy Gutchcs, Linda Lewis, Ginny McKimmon, Ethel Wiley, Millie Floeter, Carol Muir, Emily Attwell. WHITE BRACKET Front Row: RUNNER-UP, ALPHA DELTA PI, Linda Bettel, Gigi Daniels, Lee McPherson, Laura Shu- ford, Anne Connard, Karen Treybig, Susie Gresham, Sandra Shannon, Kathy French. Back Row: WINNERS, PHI MU, Willetta Dement, Elizabeth Walling, Zoe Griffith, Rosemary White, Jo Van Kurd, Linda Fletcher, Lynn Hadaway, Rita Fenno, Carol Searight. GOLP Left to Right: RUNNER-UP, CHI OMEGA, Susan Bann, WINNER, KIRBY, Carter Barron. Left to Right: RUNNER-UP, CAROTHERS, Donna Kesseling, WINNER, INDEPENDENT, Rosalinda Monrreal. Page 3% TENNIS SINGLES (o Right: WINNER, CANTERBURY, Jane Car- roll, RUNNER-UP, SRD, Nan Crittcnden. DOUBLES Le t to Right: WINNERS, INDEPENDENT, Gayle Hedge, Judy Griffin. o POSTURE Front Row: WINNERS, KIRBY-INDEPENDENT, Sandra Foster, Patsy Martin, Jody McClendon, Betty Austin, Carol Hagg, Judy O ' Keith, Peggy Keilman, Carol Chaddick, Karen Moerls. Back Row: RUNNER-UP, CAROTHERS, Mickey Beer, Kathie Quinn, Betty Allwright, Judy Allwright, Penny Howard, Mary Varvel. DOUBLES Left to Right: RUNNER-UP, CHI OMEGA, Molly Pulver, Pat McClure, WINNER, INDEPENDENT, Eva Johnson, Rosalinda Monrreal. Left to Right: FIRST PLACE, ALPHA CHI OMEGA, Gail Henley, CHI OMEGA, Jean Shafer, DELTA DELTA, DELTA, Hetty Wilver. COUNCIL UFSA CLUB LEADERS Orchesis LILAS SHELBY Turtle PAT MAGUIRE Strike and Spare LEA GLANCES Canter BRANCH NORTHRUP Poona JACKIE BAGGETT Racket JUDY GRIFFIN Team Sports JERE KITZMILLER Left to Right: Lilas Shelby, Branch Northrop, Lea Glanges, Mary Elizabeth Griffin, Jere Kitzmiller. Not Pictured: Pat Maguire, Jackie Baggett. Page 397 USA Front Row: Sandra Perlowski, Danna Brown, Rebecca Kirkpatrick. Second Row: Karen Kay Owens, Margaret Hoover, Kathleen Purcell. Back Row: Lilaa Shelby, Beverly Neal, Charlene Kleinert. Front Row: Rebecca Nelson, Maria Eubank, Jere Kitz- miller, Carol Searight. Back Row; Bobbie Bain, Susan Harkins, Pat Martin, Janie Fitzgerald, Lou Clark, Laura Whit worth. TURTLE Front Row: Helen McNallie, Edie Lyles. Second Row: Peggy Foran, Charlotte Hooper, Jane Voight, Beverly Brand, Rae Phillips, Janet Slavens, Phyllis Ahlberg. Third Row: Pat Maguire, Linda Loveless, Fran Nor- ris, Pat Martin, Liz Owen, Jane Bugg, Cammy Black- more, Carol Frantz, Shirley McGuire. RACKET Front Row; Nancy Hoffman, Emily Kidder. Second Row; Norma Daily, Becky Tyner, Gayle He Betty Sue Appenbrink, Laura Whitworth. Third Row: Pam Sperry, Carol Coffman, Judy Griffin, Janice King, Lucy Yoder, Anabel Harvey. Top Row : Helen Robinson, Jane Carroll. POOIMA Front Row: Lea Clanges, Linda Shewmaker, Mary Helen Gilbreath, Dianna Harris, Sue Welch, Flo Smith. Second Row; Satyra Fulton, Nancy Sterner, Jerry Wal- ker, Lillian Kosh, Marion Wilson, Mary Lee Jack- son, Barbara Gurecky. Third Row: Karen Fife, Ron Rhode, Bob Gartner, Ar- mondo Benitez, Jim Can ion, Russell Marrow, John Krueger, Travis Zoghib. Back Row: Milton Martin, Ronny Matlock, Jimmy Stevens, John Guirm, Alvin Ebam, James Buckley, Jack Gibson, Richard Holekamp. Left to Right: Branch Northrup, Su Alice Williams, Rita Fenno, Frances Preston, Saxijane English, Sharon Fox, Judy Terry, Barbara Ambrose, Joan Tomhave, Marion Dewar. Page 398 Front Row: Barbara Brown, Jackie Baggett, Molly Horns- by, Tanya Mann, Jana White, Betty Brundett. Back Row: Sandra Heiligman, Cindy Floyd, Mrs. Wil- liams, Jo Beth McElrath, Ronda Campbell, Michelline Lyon. FOR STAFF Director Emeritus BERRY McCLURE WHITAKER Director ALBERT ALBIN ROOKER Assistant Director ROBERT N. HIGGINS Administrative Secretary EMILY S. DUNBAR Secretary PATRICIA LAMB CHRISTIE FACULTY COMMITTEE Seated: Albert A. Hooker, Kay H. Peterson, Chairman; Robert L. Grinaker. Standing: Karl K. Klein, Rollin A. Siniger, Franklin B. Johnson. SENIOR MANAGERS 1961-62 Left to Right: C. Burke Musgrove, ARMY; Caiman L. Donsky, SIGMA ALPHA MU ; Louis E. Spradlin, NAVY; Roger A. Marion, NAVY. JUNIOR MANAGERS, FALL 1961 Front Row: Thomas M. Mickelson, NAVY; Morton Lee Herman, SIGMA ALPHA MU ; Michael S. Wilk, SIGMA ALPHA MU. Back Row: Gary A. Herman, SIGMA ALPHA MU ; A. Harrison Stafford, DELTA KAPPA EPSILON. If li, JUNIOR MANAGERS, SPRING 1962 Front Row: Michael S. Brenan, PHI DELTA THETA; Wayne E. Miera, NAVY; Norman B. Loewenstern, PHI SIGMA DELTA; Gerry W. Reams, ARMY; Jimmy Joe McAffee, DELTA SIGMA PHI. Back Row: Preston J. LePage, BLOCKER; B. Michael Levy, SIGMA ALPHA MU; John F. LeFlore, BETA THETA PI; Ronald E. Levinson. SIGMA ALPHA MU; Ben A. Krause, NAVY. Page 399 TCUCR FOOTBALL CLASS A KAPPA SIGMA CHAMPION Front Row: Thomas K. Ward, Michael R. Rooke, Justin C. White. Second Row: Kerry D. Shawell, James V. Carroll, Charles H. Bankhead, L. L. Pat Rigby, Tim Allen. Third Row: Malcolm G. Baker, J. M. Jack Kyle, Lewis E. Brazelton, Robert D. Spellings. DEAN ' S TEAM RUNNER-UP Left to Right: M. Kent Funderburk, Harold Thomas Robinson, W. Jeff Moore, Fred N. Pfeiffer, Douglas C. Whatley, James H. McGill, Dawson D. Ballew, Jerald W. Henderson. CLASS B PRATHER HALL CHAMPION Front Row: Daniel R. Lazicki, Dan E. Miller. Second Row: Herman A. Jesko, Ronald D. Earle, James Ross Clayton. Third Row: Frank B. Butcher, James Michael Pirkel, Mike W. Block, Lewis K. Smith. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Delber B. Turner, Tommy R. Hurst, Michael E. Estess, John C. Fisher, William Michael Guckian, Robert Lynn Anderson, Richard A. Becker, Marshall Ed- ward Boyking, Andrew J. Bratton, Harry Hollis Oxspring, George E. Allison, J. Robert Taylor. ALPHA TAU OMEGA CHAMPION Left to Right: Peter John Hennessey, William J. Teague, Franklin H. Comiskey, War- ren F. Tracy, H. Scott Caven. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Robert K. Maddox, James D. Peterson, Duncan D. Neblett, J. Tim Brown, John J. Patton, John R. Schuehle. Page 400 CLASS A MERCHANTS CHAMPION Left to Right: Clyde Levingston, Charles W. Melton, H. Ray White, W. Kenneth Matthews, Stephen R. White, E. W. Wehman, Mike A. James, Robert C. Bush. SIGMA CHI RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Darrell E. Jordan, Doyle W. Goolsby, Don J. Rooncy, M. Lamar Eidson, John L. Smith, Cullen P. Ramsey, T. Frank Roberts. CLASS B PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPION Left to Right: Morris B. Milam, John Roy Sharpe, William S. Adams, M. Adams, Charles A. Belts, John H. Young, David C. Duwe, Leon Roan. Corry MERCHANTS RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Wayne G. Burnside, Russell E. Brown, Benjamin R. McCrary, William E. Dietze, John E. Kinney, Knute L. Dietze, Clarence E. Hall, William A. Melton. DELTA TAU DELTA CHAMPION Front Row: G. Preston Craig, J. Michael Hill, Charles S. Leeper. Second Row: Joe Bill Watkins, William A. White, Robert L. Wynne, John H. Hudspeth. Third Row: Robert F. Douds, Marion Sanford, Peyton L. Townsend, William F. Klug. MOORE-HILL HALL RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Robert W. Sutherland, Larry R. Appleby, William H. Thompson, Robert B. Egan, Joe Fisher, Jim L. H. Cox, J. Mack Null, J. Gary Renirk. Page 401 VOLLEYBALL CLASS A DELTA TAU DELTA CHAMPION Left to Right: Robert Mclntyre, Richard Keeton, Robert F. Douds, G. Preston Craig, Paul Constantine, Jerry L. Leadbetter. CAMPUS GUILD RUNNER. UP Left to Right: John A. Behrens, Don McFarland, Robert M. Riley, Allan M. Middle- ton, Don Cooper, Sam Young. CLASS B ARAB STUDENTS CHAMPION Left to Right: Felix P. Majul, Mikdam M. Al-Habeeb, James M. Pape, Zouhair R. Fakhouri, Sammi S. Tikrity, George Bordcosh. DELTA TAU DELTA -RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Patrick O. Higgins, Arthur W. Adams, William J. Smith, William A. White, Sam Sparks, David D. Nunneley. CLASS A TAU DELTA PHI CHAMPION Front Row: Ronald W. Cane, Mark J. Sideman, Matthew H. Mutnick. Back Row: Jerry R. Laufman, Arnold B. Skor. THETA XI RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Kenneth James Rehler, Denny C. Wright, Larry J. Honea, James Lawrence Hall. George R. Anderson not pictured. CLASS B PHI KAPPA TAU CHAMPION Left to Right: Jack F. Furrh, Charles H. Borup, David P. Phillips, Scott C. Moore. Page 402 AIR FORCE RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Robert L. Tucci, Thomas O. Proffitt, Martin W. Nakunz, Patrick K. Williams. CLASS A PEM CLUB CHAMPION Front Row: Lloyd H. Trcadwel], Edward De La Rosa, Ned Cole, Armando Chapa, Charles R. Stark. Second Row: Royce D. Gourley, Allan J. Stelmach, Charles V. Red. Third Row: James A. Hart, Dock W. Sewell, Eugene H. Kotrla. BETA THETA PI RUNNER-UP Front Row: Sidney S. Jarnagin, John H. Pace, Ross W. Vick, Dennis E. Marshall. Second Row: Richard Scott, Andrew G. Anderson, William G. Hanover. Third Row: Thomas E. Cook, David E. Foster, Leon M. Hruska, John C. Hurst. CLASS B PHI GAMMA DELTA C HAMPION Front Row: Alfred W. Eoark, Walter S. Fortney, W. Hugh Looney, M. Cory Adams, Roy E. Miller. Second Row: Eugene J. Dozier, Edward H. Esquivel, Thomas H. Stewart, John J. Red- fern. Third Row: Kenneth B. Ford, M. Leland Allred, Jay C. Bechtol. ARMY RUNNER-UP Front Rote: H. Edward Padgett, Nicholas C. Kohn, John A. Cook, William P. Brandon, Morris D. Seay. Second Row: Capt. John H. Mclntosh, William W. Flannery, Walter N. Mullins, Ed- ward W. Rose, Frank F. Henderson, Jerry M. Hixson. Third Row: Mario J. Gonzales, James R. Odiorne, Anthony C. Jung, R. Bruce Mazzare, Robert D. Yoder. PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPION Seated: Roy A. Herberger, James H. McCuistion, Jack A. Collins, Edward H. Esquivel. Standing: Thomas H. Stewart, Leo C. Roan, John A. Genung. DELTA TAU DELTA RUNNER-UP Left to Right: P. Gary Craig, George W. Jordan, Wayne K. Bates, W. Thomas Price. Page 403 DOUBLES Left lo Right: CLASS A, SIGMA ALPHA MU, CHAM- PION, Lawrence E. Holtzman; UNATTACHED, RUN- NER-UP, Marvin E. Molberg; CLASS B, PHI KAPPA PSI, CHAMPION, Richard Bagby; MOORE-HILL, RUNNER-UP, Nicholas G. Daley. Left to Right: CLASS A, SIGMA ALPHA MU, CHAM- PION, Lawrence E. Holtman, Ranald E. Levinson ; PEM CLUB, RUNNER-UP, Wayne L. Graham, Jack R. London. Left to Right: CLASS B, DELTA KAPPA EPSILON, CHAMPION, Tommy R. Hurst, James F. Berly; MIS- FITS, RUNNER-UP, Henry H. Herrerra, David M. McNeely. SINGLES DOUBLES Left to Right: CLASS A, PRATHER, CHAMPION, Hammond Heath; UNATTACHED, RUNNER-UP, Ben- ton Smith; CLASS B, PRESBYTERIAN SEMINARY, RUNNER-UP, Carl Oehler; DELTA TAU DELTA, CHAMPION, Paul Stotts. Left to Right: CLASS A, MERCHANTS, RUNNER-UP, Milton E. Birck, Fred E. Martin; BETA THETA PI, CHAMPION, Thomas E. Cook, William D. Jordan. Left to Right: CLASS B, SIGMA NU, CHAMPION, David R. Kristynik, L. Deene Gott; BRIDGEWAY, RUNNER-UP, Ernest J. Altgelt, James M. Pape. SOLF Left to Right: UNATTACHED, CHAMPION, Stephen L. Smith; PHI SIGMA KAPPA, RUNNER-UP, Robert E. Mat- lock. Left to Right: DELTA TAU DELTA, CHAMPION, Rich- ard P. Keeton, Thomas D. Wilten; UNATTACHED, RUN- NER-UP, Jerry W. Rodgers, Fred M. Basse. Page 404 Left to Right: GOODALL WOOTEN, RUNNER-UP, James Michael Bryant ; KAPPA SIGMA, CHAM- PION, Charles H. Bank- head. Left to Right: ALPHA TAU OMEGA, CHAMPION, Phillip M. Symons, James S. Ostler. OPEN TOURNAMENTS SOCCER AIME CHAMPION Left to Right: Hossein Kazemi, Sir! Madhayonchandra, Allen Biedermann, Surendra Baijal, Luis Reateguis, Soedarno Prawirodihardj, Robert W. Anderson. Left M. to Right: Frank B. Ray, UNATTACHED, RUNNER-UP; Charles Holbrook, UNATTACHED, CHAMPION. Lift to Right: Richard P. Keeton, DELTA TAU DELTA, CHAMPION; Tommy Forrester, UNATTACHED, RUNNER-UP. Left to Right: Edward N. Tinoco, NEWMAN, RUNNER-UP; Terry J Cooper, PHI DELTA THETA, CHAMPION. Left to Right: Nicholas C. Kohn, UNATTACHED, RUNNER-UP; Doug- las S. Prensner, AICHE, CHAMPION. Lf t to Right: 130 POUND CLASS, UNATTACHED, RUNNER-UP, Les Hickerson; UNATTACHED, CHAMPION, Phil Chrisco; 147 POUND CLASS, MERCHANT HOUSE, RUNNER-UP, Robert Beverly, ALPHA TAU OMEGA, CHAMPION, William Haines; 157 POUND CLASS, MERCHANT HOUSE, RUNNER-UP, Keith Hudson; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, CHAMPION, Steve Cochran; 167 POUND CLASS, SIGMA NU, CHAMPION, Joe Kercheville; 177 POUND CLASS, UNATTACHED, RUNNER-UP, Richard Pacach, NAVY, CHAMPION, Roy Wasilkowski ; 191 POUND CLASS, DELTA UPSILON, RUNNER-UP, James Snell; UNATTACHED, CHAMPION, Leslie Schulti; UNLIMITED, PEM CLUB, RUNNER-UP, Robert S. Davis, UNATTACHED, CHAMPION. Jim C. Barber. Page 405 PCM WCW Front Row: CHAMPIONS, DELTA KAP- PA EPSILON, Thomas R. Hurst; MERCHANT HOUSE, Robert C. Bush; NAVY, Harold G. Lutz; PRATHER, David L. Franklin. Back Row: RUNNERS-UP, DELTA TAU DELTA, William St. Clair; BLOCKER HOUSE, Charles W. Shirley; ARMY, Gerry W. Reams; MOORE-HILL, G. Burke Musgrove. NOU CTNY COU BW Thomas Raymond Hurst, DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Daniel Graham Galloway, PRATHER Left to Right: !. Robert Taylor, DELTA KAPPA EPSILON; Robert C. Bush, MERCHANTS; Paul L. Good, TEJAS; Gerald A. Sera- rod, PRATHER. William St. Clair, DELTA TAU DELTA . Left to Right: Thomas Adleta, PHI DELTA THETA; Charles W. Shirley, BLOCKER HOUSE; A. G. Hajovsky, NEWMAN CLUB; Billy R. Karrh, THELEME. Page 406 ASSOCIATION FOR OFFICERS President WILLIAM D. GRAYS First V ice-President JAMES H. McGILL Second V ice-President JOHN THOMAS SUGGS Secretary NED K. HANDLY Faculty Director A. A. ROOKER Student Directors .... LAWRENCE EDWARD HOLTZMAN LES PENNINGTON Sponsor KENNETH W. TYSON Left to Right: Robert A. Roberts, George E. Ramsey, W. Lionel Cra- ver, Marvin E. Molberg, Gary C. Bernhard, Les Pennington, Stewart H. Newland, Lawrence E. Holtzman, K. W. Pete Tyson. WEIGHT URfN OUB Student Directors TOMMY SUGGS BILLY ROCHELLE Sponsors TERRENCE C. TODD ROY JACK McLEAN Front Row: Harry F. Lundell, R. Douglas Fairlee, Douglas M. Hodges, M. Ben Nowotny, William C. Rochelle. Back Row: Roy J. McLean, Terry C. Todd, J. Thomas Suggs, Ben E. Lockett, Carlos Avila, C. Thomas Koch. Lett lo Right: W. A. Bill Crenshaw, Gary W. Bowman, Robert A. Smith, Ray- mond A. Lewis, J. David Bradshaw, Milan M. Kadlecik, J. Curtis Wilcott. Student Directors ED R. BARRON CHARLES CREAGER MILO KADLECIK Sponsors BILL CRENSHAW DAN STILLWATER FENCING CLUB Left to Right: Donald P. Odom, Clyde W. Ricks, Gerald A. Semrod, W. D. Grays, Sgt. Marvin Turnipseed, T. Ross Robertson. Student Directors WILLIAM D. GRAYS DARRELL HANNA Sponsors SGT. MARVIN TURNIPSEED SGT. ROBERT PARSONS Left to Right: Edward N. Tinoco, Ralph E. Holmes Ned K. Handly, Alfred J. Hernandez. Left to Right: V. Leslie Schultz, Richard K. Nordquist, William L. Haines, Robert A. Beverly, Joseph H. Bruns, Keith C. Hudson. Student Directors JESUS MONREUL KEITH C. HUDSON Sponsor JIM MOWRY Student Directors Sponsor JOHN W. FITCH, III NED HANDLY EDWARD N. TINOCO Page 408 a a III tttttti ittiiiitiiii ifiiiiiimi iwwwn , THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HONORARY, AND SERVICE EDITED BY ZANE ANN MORGAN Page 409 OFFICERS President Vice-President . . Secretary Reporter Historian Faculty Sponsor ALLEN CHILDS JAMES WILLIAM DECHERD . . LINDA RUTH LOVELESS . . ALAN PAUL BLOEBAUM . ALLAN JARRELL SOFFAR . MARSHALL R. WHEELER L Charles Sylvin Arnold Alan Paul Bloebaum Joe Edward Blumentritt James Richard Boatright Susan Lind Bowen Alfred Bernard Brady. Jr. Allen Childs Richard Cohen Gerald Stephen Cyprus James William Decherd Janice Kay Durr Ronald David Eastman William Madison Furrh Evalea Glanges Thomas Richard Grammer Edwin McCullough Anderson Jane Anne Baethe Alan C. Baum Johnny Bliznak David Fain Bode James Allen Boger Edward William Bradshaw Forrest Carroll Brown Charles Kendrick Cash Mack Elbert Coker John Wesley Dorman Chic Morton Eisenstein Allan Hirsch Fradkin Ann Reed Heffington Marvin Stuart Kosjutt MEMBERS Michael Spellman Harris Don Hatchett Ralph Joseph Henderson. Jr. James Furniss Hood Jeffrey Day Lanier Jerry Spruce Lehmann Travis Ward Locklear Linda Ruth Loveless Brian Douglas Lowery Allan Jay Maierson Harvard Lee McBrayer, Jr. William Edward McCaleb, III Jerry Richard Meyers William Keith Miles FALL AND SPRING INITIATES Aaron Leo Kreisler Mary Louise Lehmann Melvyn Lerman Mildred Elaine Lowry John Bingham Martin Daniel Ted Matthews Carolyn Sue Mclntosh Frederick Louis Merian Charles Woodrow Monday. Jr. Wallace Everett Moore, Jr. Mary Kay Cunningham Mount George Everett Mumme Kay F. Patten Richard Cook Rockwell Arnold Mayer Rosen Harry Max Rosenthal Glen Alvin Milligan Wilbur Gene Murff Robert Henry Ray Elizabeth Fay Robertson Philip Marion Sharp Robert Hamilton Smalley Allan Jarrell Soffar Giro Valent Sumaya Gabor Antal Szalontay Saul G. Trevino Delber Boyce Turner Theron Karman Weatherby Robert Elliot White Susan Woodbridge Wilson Daniel Suen Wu Jed Edward Rosenthal Jimmy Douglas Schmidt Paul Stephen Simons James Taylor Stinnett, III John Bruce Stoliar David Burk Strong Stanley Earl Thawley Tommy Alton Tiller William V. Tillery John C. Treadwell Calixto C. Valle, III Robert Beal Wilcox William Darrell Willerson Larrie Jean Willis Randolph Clark Zuber ALPHA EPSILON DELTA is the national honorary pre-medical society which has as its aims the binding together 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 between 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 2.0 grade points in at least 45 hours of work, 15 of which must be taken at the University. The student must also possess those qualities which will make him an outstanding physician or dentist in the future. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA was founded at the University of Alabama in 1926, and established at The University of Texas in 1929. Page 410 OFFICERS Fa Z Spring .Wf ANN CONNOR BROWN , President SUSAN DERANDA SHAW PHILENA JANE MORTON Vice-President .... JANET MATHILDA DAHL jO ' - ELIZABETH ANNE FILES . Secretary-Treasurer . . JUDITH ANN SIMS J V MARTHA CATHEY BAKER Historian PRUDENCE KAY RAMSEY HELEN MARGARET FLINN Faculty Sponsor . . . HELEN MARGARET FLINN MEMBERS Nancy C. Abel Sharon Kaye George Patricia Marie Peters Carol Louise Adams Joanna Glanges Rebecca Ann Phillips Cathey Lee Adelman Billie Kathleen Goodwin Marilyn Janelle Preusse Jane Anne Baethe Carole Jean Gorham Caroline Quebe Elisabeth Alice Becker Ann Reed Heffington Rebecca Anne Ransdell Martha Cathey Baker Barbara Katherine Hurt Esther Ritz Susan Read Baker Mary Wayne Huston Janet Earline Shaw Carolyn Kathryn Benton Amelia Mary Janssen Ruth Ann Short Linda Helene Berger Jan Jopling Martina Dickson Smith La Trelle Berkman Lila E. Jordan Mary Virginia Spanel Martha Jean Bozarth Laura Jeanne Kassos Anna Katherine Springfield Ann Connor Brown Carolyn Cage Kellam Mary Cornelia Spinks Jeanne Wray Brown Judith Ann Lanier Jane Ellis Stevens Susan Brown Mary Louise Lehmann Katherine Roberta Stewart Jeanell Buida Marian Leverett Susan Marie Strickland Jane Logan Carroll Frankie Ruth Lewis Claire Janet Timmons Lynne Emory Castle Barbara Long Jan Margaret Tips Carolyn Sue Coker Sandra Paul Love Mary Alice Toborg Jo Ann Cope Alice Ann Marshall Linda Gay Vowell Aline La Faye Cunningham Carol Ann May Gail Walker Helen Pauline D ' Albergo Valentine Loreste McKay Lila Ruth Walters Diane M. Dodson Hilda Kate Mears Teresa Ann Webb Mary Elizabeth Doyle Kenny Sue Mills Patricia Ann Willman Susan Diana Eagle Philena Jane Morton Carol Louise Wharton Carolyn Sue Farmer Lois Nell Nelson Annice Lorene White Elizabeth Anne Files Theresa Kaye Northcott Dorothy Miriam Wilson Janice Galle Dorothy Ann Oujezdsky Peggy Ann Ziegler PLEDGES Elizabeth A. Adkisson Barbara C. Ellis Dorothy A. Newton Tess Allred Peggy W. Fallin Joan Parker Marilyn Sue Arnott Diane K. Fitts Susan Key Pound Dorothy Baltzer Helen Marie Graham Frances Preston Judyth Faye Barton Dorothy A. Haecker Prudence K. Ramsey Jane Barnes Nancy Hale Jo Ann Rawlins Barbara J. Barnett Ladonna L. Hammett Letha Kay Ray Shirley Bloch Barbara D. Harris Diane Rivers Katherine M. Bowers Rose Ann Hart Esperanza M. Rodriquez Cynthia Brantley Martha Sue Hendrickson Sharon Rountree Joan Ann Brehm Beverly G. Hill Susan Helene Rowland Patricia A. Brown Jo Lynne Hopkins Diane Eden Sellers Eran Bugge Jane G. Howe Mary P. Sharpe Carol Lou Carlson Sandra Hudlow Susan Shaw Sallie S. Carroll Judy Jamison Jennifer E. Sims Carolyn Ann Gates Estelle C. Jares Bea Ann Smith Lajean Chaffin Bonita Jo Johnson Brenda G. Stansell Ann Frances Clark Karolen Keane Barbara Stern Kay Diane Clark Maxine R. Lamkin Mary Linda Stiles Molly K. Collins Beverly Jan Larson Virginia A. Stringer Tammy Bird Cooper Tracy Lynn Lewis Rebecca Sue Sullender Francelle Crider Katherine C. Magee Dorothy M. Svrcek Janice C. Cummings Marlene E. Magee Carolyn J. Swerk Carolyn F. Cunningham Vilma Martinez Alison Kaye Tartt Janet M. Dahl Laura Clegg Monkhouse Linda Waidhofer Sara K. Davis Nancy Jean Monroe Marilyn Ann White Lynn Derman Phyllis L. Morgan Patricia A. Wiles Mary Marsha Dingle Linda C. Myers Ann Louise Wilmer Roxanna Dutton Elaine Elizabeth Naiser Judith I. Wright FACULTY MEMBER HONORARY MEMBER Dorothy Gebauer Helen Margaret Flinn ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA provides stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship among first-year wom- en 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 se- mester hours during their first semester , or a grade average of 2.5 in thirty hours are eligible for membership. Page 411 OFFICERS President V ice-President Recording Secretary . Treasurer Faculty Vice-President Virginia Bean Roy Edgar Box, Jr. James H. Conklin William Frank Comiskey Dorothy Lea Cramer Rex Beach Cruse, Jr. William Chaplain Dent Ellen McAngus Ezell Robert Donald Forrester Maggie H. Fountain James W. Giese AJvin Joseph Golden Fred Brydia Griffin Emily Ann Boehm Richard Bryant Boyd Charna E. Bulba Roger Leland Campbell Van William Carson Bobby Glenn Casbeer Clarence Wharton Cole Richard Bailey Counts Ben Russell Cox Wagih Gadalla Dafashy Charles Samuel Dempsey Ronald E. Dyer Charles M. Eckert Linda Marie Gaede Kleta Jeanne Gerhart David Dale Gibson Sidna Dorcas Gillis Ned Alan Green Bobby Allan Grigsby Dan Henry Hanke Roy Edward Henderson Hershel M. Anderson Jim G. Ashburne Ben B. Barr Earl Dean Bennett Leo Guy Blackstock 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 MEMBERS Robert Earl Gurwitz Barbara Elaine Haegelin Milton Bryan Healer, II Sandra Kay Heiligman Porter Henderson, Jr. Karol Jo Kallina Harry Harland Kriesel, Jr. John Richard Lemmon Phillip Lee Mann Franklin W. Maresh Jerry Annette Marrou Douglas Bowman McCulley Hugh Richard Motley William B. Phillips INITIATES Gary Hoffman Virginia Ruth Huntington Ann Jennings John Edward Keil Richard John Kocurek David Isadore Kuperman Harold O. Lee David Harold Lindau Paul William Lindloff, Jr. James Don Loudermilk Monroe Martin Luther Judy Erlich Margolis Richard Leroy Maynard Wilbourn Baker McAdams Kenneth Joe McCall Cave Johnson McKeown, Jr. Jack Mitchell James Henry Nunn, Jr. James E. Parker Randall H. Pierce Charles Robert Pope FACULTY MEMBERS Franklin Lanier Cox Frank D. Graydon Robert Lee Grinaker George Hillis Newlove Robert E. Seller C. Aubrey Smith HONORARY MEMBERS L. M. Fleck Robert J. Hibbitts Kenneth W. Hurst John Raymond Jordan Tom W. Leland Homer L. Luther 0. H. Maschek R. L. McVey Clifton H. Morris Bouldin S. Mothershead John Ralph Mulvey ROY EDGAR BOX, JR. . . . . REX BEACH CRUSE, JR. . . JERRY ANNETTE MARROU . . . GARLAND RAY SHELTON CHARLES WALLACE TAYLOR James Thomas Rash Albert J. Reznicek Bruce Walter Roberson Henry A. Sauer Brenda Faye Schultze Garland Ray Shelton John Henry Shine Kirby Thortenberry Gary L. Thurman Charles B. Titus, Jr. William Louis Wayne Austin Premiss Young, III Rob ert B. Zaboroski David Guy Pope Joe Nelson Prothro Alfredo Rincon Ronald Gordon Rosen Wilbur Ray Ross Ronald Glenn Schweers William Gary Shenkir Jerry Allen Smith Stephen Franklin Smith David Edward St. Clair Ronald Glen Steinhart George Edward Strandtmann James Eugene Stubbs Edward Lee Summers James Ronald Thomas Corine Thompson Jerry Wayne Thompson George Searcy Watson James Ewing Williams, Jr. Terry Joe Witt Jean Marie Ziock Burnard H. Sord Charles Wallace Taylor Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Charles Theodore Zlatkovich Jay A. Phillips Robert L. Phinney Hatcher A. Pickens Ralph W. Rager Earl F. Snow Matthew Timmons Arthur C. Upledger M. E. Webb Frank L. Wilcox W. Charles Woodard Velda Viola Woods 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 average 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. Page 412 OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer AARON HAMILTON CHUTE DOROTHY AYRES EDMUND C. LYNCH Betty Louise Askew Alvin R. Bates Andre Bouchard Frederick Maxwell Bunker Lucia Sun Chang Dorothy Lee Cramer Peter D. Danforth Lewis Wheeler Donaghey Thomas A. Drawert STUDENT MEMBERS Kirby C. Fortenberry, Jr. Robert Earl Gurwitz Charles Harter, III Robert C. Houston Clifford E. Hutton Gwynne L. Johnson William D. Jordan Robert D. Kelly Joseph S. Laski Franklin W. Maresh Phyllis Chura McKee David Metzger Hugh Richard Motley Maurice Pate Rehm Betty Jean Roberts Jim A. Smith Dunklin A. Sullivan Charles E. Troell Lester Lum Colvert Henry H. Dewar HONORARY MEMBERS A. G. McNeese, Jr. H. J. Stark Carl J. Thomsen Gus Wortham R. Clifton Andersen Hershel M. Anderson Jim G. Ashburne Joseph Kenneth Bailey Luther Lee Bailey Perry Oscar Barber, Jr. William Hubert Baughn Virginia L. Bean Peter Dunne Bennett John Strock Bickley Jack William Cashin Aaron Hamilton Chute Alonzo B. Cox Franklin Lanier Cox Edward William Cundiff FACULTY MEMBERS Alfred George Dale George Ellis Deshon James Clay Dolley J. Anderson Fitzgerald Charles Taylor Gandy James W. Giese Reynolds Griffith Virginia Ruth Huntington James Rudolph Kay Elizabeth Lanham Edmund Clayton Lynch Francis Barns May Hugh R. Motley George Hillis Newlove Charles Lee Prather Bruce W. Roberson Henderson Glenn Ross Robert E. Seiler George Benton Simmons C. Aubrey Smith Everett Grant Smith Burnard H. Sord William Robert Spriegel Harry Walter Stephenson, Jr. John R. Stockton Charles Wallace Taylor David Caldow Townsend Ernest W. Walker Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Charles Theodore Zlatkovich Dorothy Ayres Lester Loyd Edmonds, Jr. ADMINISTRATIVE MEMBERS Arthur J. Edwards Maebess Edwy Matthews Edwin Werner Olle Charles Herman Sparenberg 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 schol- arship is sufficiently high to rank them in the upper ten per cent of their class are eligible for election, and in addition, juniors in the upper four per cent 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 and 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 413 CHf EPSfLOM OFFICERS Fall DAVID WAYNE FOWLER ROBERT TONETTI ROBERT I. CARR, JR STANLEY PAUL SAUER . . RICHARD FURLONG LYMON CLIFTON REESE Spring President JAMES D. DANNENBAUM V ice-President PETER CHRISTIAN WILLIAMS Secretary RICHARD STEVE WOLF Treasurer NAT PARKER TURNER Associate Editor of the TRANSIT LARRY JESSE KILGORE Faculty Sponsor LYMON CLIFTON REESE Zuheir Yousef Alami Robert I. Carr, Jr. James D. Dannenbaum Tom M. Broad Maurice Elroy Bronstad Walter H. Fears Larry Jesse Kilgore Kleber Jennings Denny James Murray Eller Hacik Erzurumlu Robert Henry Espey Leland Barclay William Earl Barker Raymond Fillmore Dawson Werner William Dornberger Bill Gorton Eppes Phil Moss Ferguson John Arnold Focht Howard T. Tellepsen MEMBERS David Wayne Fowler Carlisle Maxwell Carl A. Nentwich FALL PLEDGES Ronald D. Matthys M. W. O ' Neill Calvin Patterson Ervin Sewell Perry Don Jerome Ralston SPRING PLEDGES Frederick R. Helms Robert Grey Hindman Youssef Khatoun David Kurzep FACULTY MEMBERS Richard Furlong Earnest Frederick Gloyna Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle Joe Overton Ledbetter Hudson Matlock Banks McLaurin Walter L. Moore Carl William Morgan HONORARY MEMBERS Stanley Paul Sauer James Albert Saylors Robert Tonetti Spruell Alton Russell, Jr. Nat Parker Turner Peter Christian Williams Richard Steve Wolf Charles A. Morgan Eugene Franklin Smith Elmon Bill Stewart Yousef Aziz Yousef Lymon Clifton Reese Eugene Arman Ripperger Glen E. Rockwell Ernest William Steel J. Neils Thompson A. Anthony Toprac Robert Davis Turpin J. C. Dingwall Engineers who The purpose of CHI EPSILON is to place a mark of distinction on the Civil and Architectural have distinguished themselves by high scholastic records and personal leadership. Character, scholarship, practicality, and sociability are the four principles which form the basis for the selection of members. Membership in the national honor society is limited to those senior and junior students who have main- tained high scholastic averages. Page 414 KAFPANU OFFICERS FaU Spring CLOVIS RAY HALE President ARTHUR EDWARD SCHULZE STEVENS DAVID RAMSEY, JR Vice-President . . GEORGE LAFAYETTE CARDWELL, III OTTO MARTIN FRIEDRICH, JR Recording Secretary HOWARD NIXON ROBERTS ALTON WAYNE WHITNEY Corresponding Secretary ROBERT MAURICE RILEY Treasurer RAYMOND WILLIAM BOHLS, JR. EDWIN CARL LOWENBERG Faculty Sponsor EDWIN CARL LOWENBERG Raymond Best Allen Robert S. Briggs, Jr. B. K. Cooper Edward Lee Cousins Doyle Lynn Davis Otto Martin Friedrich, Jr. Tommy Howard Bass Kenneth Eugene Builta George LaFayette Cardwell, III William Harold Carter Harold James Denton John Morgan Eargle Floyd Edward Franka Raymond William Bohls, Jr. Oran Brigham, Jr. Marion Martin Clauder John Wesley Bailey Gary Preston Butcher, Jr. Walter Ray Fuchs Robert Lee Hampton Charles Alton Harlow John M. Hughes Michael E. Austin Robert Austin Bell Donald Ray Chick Arwin Adelbert Dougal William Charles Duesterhoeft, Jr. Bob Will Dunn Samuel J. Dwyer, III Bob Meredith Fannin GRADUATE MEMBERS Charles Floyd George, Jr. David Grissom Clovis Ray Hale Magne Kristiansen Gayle Patrick Martin UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS Daniel Graham Galloway Jimmy Gene Garner Thomas Gray Godfrey Ernest Miller Gosch Don Dale Isett Joe Maria Ramos. Jr. FALL PLEDGES Allen Gail Findeisen Robert George Hajovsky Jimmie McRae Horton SPRING PLEDGES Robert Leicht Lindner Willis Walter Luttrell, Jr. Michael K. Masten Robert Marshall McClure Frederick W. Patrick FACULTY MEMBERS Burns Newman Gafford Robert Fonda Gribble William H. Hartwig Elmer L. Hixson Roy Rankin Krezdorn Alfred Hall LaGrone Edwin Carl Lowenberg Stevens David Ramsey, Jr. Robert Maurice Riley Ben Garland Streetman Roy Leslie Sullivan, II Alton Wayne Whitney Darrell Roy Word Lyndon Hayward Robinson, Jr. Arthur Edward Schulze Everett Gregor Smith Fred S. Stockbauer Lee Charles Thomas Joe Mayer Victor Ronald Leon Whitney Parker Mixson Loeffler Barry Newton Moore Howard Nixson Roberts William Erven Sayle Edward Burton Stevens William Edward Teasdale Fred Walter Thies Joseph Tee Watt. Jr. Thomas Norman Whitaker Randolph Clair Matson Clay McFarland. II Ross Edward Morrow Charles Harold Roth, Jr. Harold Wood Smith Archie Waugh Straiten Alfred Rew Yarrington William Alfred Youngblood The purposes of ETA KAPPA NU are to stimulate and reward high scholarship among electrical engineering stu- dents; 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 contributing serv- ices 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 415 Fall JOSEPH H. PECK, JR JAMES D. DANNENBAUM PAUL DAVID COUCH . OFFICERS . .Abbot . . Schrivener Almoner . Spring JOSEPH H. PECK, JR. . . WALTER TOM HENSON MICHAL BARRY GOTTEN Bert Bently Adkins Harley Clark Frank Cloud Cooksey Paul David Couch MEMBERS James D. Dannenbaum Robert Cameron Hightower James Fred Hofheinz James Infante Oliver Barr McClellan Maurice Samuel Olian Joseph Henry Peck, Jr. Jack Ratliff George Camp Chapman Michal Barry Gotten FALL INITIATES James Hudson Dudley Walter Tom Henson Jerome Jacob Nathan Jack Bethel Brown Julius Glickman SPRING INITIATES Leon Norrod Graham Mike Jones Lowell H. Leberman Hoyt Hughes Purvis Magne Kristiansen Charles T. Clark William A. Cunningham Gus M. Hodges FACULTY MEMBERS Wales H. Madden, Jr. Calvin Cleave Nolen Arno Nowotny Edwin W. Olle John G. Steele 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. Page 416 0 UICRON NU OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Editor . SUSAN ELIZABETH ADAMS . ELIZABETH LOUISE BURT MARIE HERMINE OELKERS PATH OLIVER ELAINE HERSCHEL OSBORN Susan Elizabeth Adams Elizabeth Louise Burt Carolyn Carpenter MEMBERS Mary Katherine Huff Martha Ann Marks Nora Parma Matthews Marie Hernine Oelkers Patti Oliver Elaine Herschel Osborn Lynnda Landon Thompson Linda Joyce Coleman Carolyn Connor FALL INITIATES Nell Johnston Katherine Karyl Little Sharon Sears McLain Betty Carolyn Porter Sandra Greer Seago Caren Maynett Cox Darrell Kay King Jane Ann Leach SPRING INITIATES Patricia Diane Mayhall Flora Ann Norris Catherine Emelia Olsen Mary Alice Payne Grace Ann Shore Jane Douglas Smith Jeannine Wood Dorothy Fehlis Aycock Paula Janet Chalupnik Billie Bishop Davenport FACULTY MEMBERS Margaret Anne Eppright Ann Marie Erickson Martha C. McBroom Florence Petzel Lucy Rathbone Elizabeth Tarpley Jennie S. Wilmot 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 per cent of the senior class and ten per cent of the junior class who have com- pleted seventy-five hours of work. A 2.0 average is required as a minimum. Membership is extended in the form of invitation. The Texas Upsilon chapter of OMICRON NU was founded in 1924. Michigan State University was host to the original chapter, founded in 1912. Page 417 KAPPA OFFICERS President HARRY H. RANSOM Vice-President MRS. FRANK H. WARDLAW Secretary MARIAN B. DAVIS ELECTED AS SENIORS CLASSES OF 1961 Gerald Wayne Benson Judith Jackson Browning Duane Frueh Burow Allan Garrison Calkin Franklin Chandler Davidson Johnny Graydon De aton Myra Lou Erwin Ronald Mac Farris Faith Ford Marion Donald Hancock Donald Rudolph Hanson Joan Meyer Gladene Martha Michel Richard Samuel Moseley, III Joseph Stephen Murphy James Edwin Nabors John Franklin Prince Ronald Carlton Acuff Robert Harry Akin Irene Schneider Beckelman David Hughes Bennet, Jr. Sam Raymond Brooks, Jr. John Bryan Callender Michael Doyle Coburn Judith Amlaw Coggeshall Bruce Wayne- Coggin Nancy Jean Cotton Paul Richard Crabtree James William Decherd Joan Dunlap Don Lawson Fox James Carl Akins Fred Andrew Blum, Jr. Major William Bradshaw Molly Frances Brasher William Robert Creasey ELECTED AS JUNIORS Marie Josephine Eickmann James Daniel Finley, III James Russell Hildebrand Cynthia Anne Huxoll Harvey Michael Jones Elbert Lynn Rainwater Mary Busby Rawlins Alejandro Sanchez Kappie Smith Sattler Gwen Ellen Shaw Nancy Faust Symons Diana Vollintine Annette Anderson Walker ELECTED AS SENIORS CLASSES OF 1962 Harriet Handy Richard Lee Henshel James Clarence Hodge Elizabeth Macey Hodges Carolyn Nell Hooper Elizabeth Anne Jennings Ronald Kantowski Freda Katz James Barrie Logan Clarice Jane McDonald Mary Ruth Magruder Michael Leroy May Maria Elinor Medina Tom Keith Meier Gerald Grantham Moore Sharon McLain Moore James Terrell Pickering Sarah Adalene Predock John Archer Rawlins Sally Christine Rundquist Larry Lynn Schoenbrun Barbara Snyder Neville Johns Spencer James Michael Tubbs Delber Boyce Turner Harold Mark Welch, Jr. Jack Curtis Wilcott Phyllis Marie Kazen Bert Gentry Lee James Lemuel Park Harold Hubert Rogers Jeanine Anne Watson PHI BETA KAPPA is the leading honorary society of America in the field of arts and sciences. Members are taken from the highest ten per cent 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 418 Wf OFFICERS President V ice-President Secretary -Treasurer Reporter Faculty Sponsor . , . ANN BURROWS HARRIET HINTON HANDY JUDITH N. PATTERSON JANE KAREN LEWIS . WINCIE LOWE BLANTON Ann Ellen Armstrong Judith Mansell Beesley Delora Elizabeth Blazek Ann Burrows Patty D. Couch Daryle Ann Echols CHARTER MEMBERS Harriet Hinton Handy Jane Karen Lewis Joanna Elizabeth Lowry Cynthia Mae Miller Judith N. Patterson Yvonne Price Joann Russell Mary Louise Slomchinski Sabra Anne Stratton Marna Susan Tucker Mary Cornelia Van Riel Bonnie Jean Anderson Merilee Joan Anderson Nancy Jeanne Anderson Sharon Anderson Barbara Lou Babione Jane Anne Baethe Julia Anna Banks Carolyn Kathryn Benton Ann Connor Brown Roxy Anne Childs Frances Kay Combs Jane Carolyn Cowper Jessica Royece Darling Diane M. Dodson Rosslynn Ferrier Judye Ann Galeener MEMBERS Mila Jean Hillard Carolyn Nell Hooper Barbara Kay Hopson Sharon Ann Hubbard Mary Hyder Carol Glee Ingram Judy Latimer Jordan Phyllis Marie Kazen Carolyn Cage Kellam Sandra Paul Love Linda Ruth Loveless Ellen Jeanne McCaughan Gail Elizabeth Mackey Carol Ann May Kenny Sue Mills Susan Claire Moore Dorothy Louise Pflughaupt Sally A. Predock Rebecca Anne Ransdell Lynne Marie Raschke Mary Jane Roffino Jo Ann Serrano Maida Singer Linda Elizabeth Smith Carolyn Jay Stephenson Jane Ellis Stevens Claire Janet Timmons Jan Margaret Tips Lila Ruth Walters Jeanine Anne Watson Gail Weatherby Sara Katherine Wells Cathy Adelman Betty Lynn Archer Sharon Lee Ashton Patricia Sue Balkman Earnell Beckham Mary Susan Benbow Mary Joann Blazek Katherine M. Bowers Barbara Ruth Brister Mary Beth Burnside Patsy Jeanne Byfield Carol Lou Carlson Carolyn Ann Gates Ann Frances Clark Kay Diane Clark Kathryn Corinne Collins Peggie M. Cooke Marianne Cooper Carol Marie Cowan Patricia Ann Criswell Carolyn Cunningham Deni Lynn Daly Sara Kathryn Davis Lynn Denman Kathy A. Dixon Carolen Draper Margaret Ann Dunn Julia Ellen Edwards SPRING INITIATES Mary Louise Everett Janie Grace Field Martha L. Gaskin Sharon Kaye George Catherine Gessner Sidna D. Gillis Barbara Mae Green Nancy Hale Barbara Dianne Harris Nancy L. Heater Jane Gardner Howe Sue Jane Isenhower Karolen Keane Kay D. King Lana Claude Lancaster Beverly Jan Larson Linda Louise Lentz Tracy Lynn Lewis Sandra Lee Maser Mary Ann Matranga Margaret G. McCall Jo Anne McClellan Janet L. Miller Laura C. Monkhouse Jo Lynne Musselman Sandra Janet Perlowski Rebecca Ann Phillips Linda Rae Plambeck Linda M. Putnam Sandra Ralston Prudy Kay Ramsey J. Ellen Rea Linda Ridgeway Francine Riemer Jo Roberts Eileen Rodgers Lyn Lee Schmidt Linda Sherrill Isabell Smither M. Carolyn Soffar Barbara Ruth Stern Charlotte L. Stewart Nancy Kay Stroup Becky Sue Sullender Alison Kaye Tartt Helen Sandra Taylor Patricia Ann Tharp Linda Waidhofer Elizabeth White Marilyn Ann White Nancy Joan Wiener Patricia Ann Wiles Ann Louise Wilmer Judith Isabel Wright Patricia Wallis Wright Barbara Jean Ziegler PHI BETA KINSOLVING is an honorary organization whose regular members must be Kinsolving residents who are eligible for membership in one or more of the scholastic honoraries recognized by the University at the Honors Day program or the Dean ' s List. PHI BETA KINSOLVING was founded on the University campus in 1961. Page 419 PWf OFFICERS President STEPHEN LESTER JONES V ice-President ALLAN HIRSCH FRADKIN Secretary-Treasurer ALAN PAUL BLOEBAUM Historian ROBERTO EDMUND BATRES Member-at-Large PAUL STEPHEN SIMONS Junior Advisor ALLEN CHILDS Senior Advisor ROBERT ALLEN VENABLE Faculty Advisor ARNO NOWOTNY Nasser Ibrahim Al Rashid Kenneth Terry Bacon Thomas Denver Cole Joseph Thomas Cordaro, Jr. David William Dorotik Guy Walter Haynes John Anthony Herring Thomas Lee Hutcheson Philip Sigmon Bailey, Jr. Josef John Barton Robert Allan Beverly Robert Franklin Boggus Walter Lee Bradley Reagan Franklin Bradshaw Charles Howell Branning Garry Dale Brown Richard Neal Buchanan Reynolds Newman Gate, Jr. Alan Bartlett Chu Larry Melton Cobb George Edwin Cooke Robert Freeman Coombes William Harold Cooper William Robert Gotham James Regnald Curry William Thomas Dickey James Simpson Dyer Justin McCord Elliott, Jr. Ben Russell Eppright, Jr. Forrest Clark Farmer William Pilcher Fitch, III Jon Michael Ford Noble Gilpin Fortson George Gates Fowler, Jr. Paul Gainer Glen Miles Gammill Wilson Van Garrett Lawrence Edmund Gilbert, Jr. James Lawrence Gillaspy Bary Allan Gold James Booker Graves Michael Clark Graves Howard Hill Grimes Berl Paul Guyton Terry Lee Hagle James Lawrence Hall FALL INITIATES Marvin Stuart Kogutt Bruce Arthur Kowert Byron Arthur Lax Bryan James Maedgen David James Temple Mayhall Robert Adalbert McLauchlan Charles Edward Oltorf SPRING INITIATES Lee Everette Hancock John William Helton, Jr. James Bryan Hicks Earl Stephen Hines James Thomas Hoggins Stanley Charles Hutka Douglas Harold Jantz Philip James John, Jr. Alan Keith Johnson Anthony Charles Jung James Robert Kamrath William Carroll Keach, Jr. Kenneth Erwin Kirsch Johnny Anthony Kopecky James Frank Krivan John Lloyd Laakso Charles Elbert Laird, Jr. James Robert Latham, II John Rawlins Lewis Bard Arnold Logan William Franklin Looney Raymond Augustus Lynch, Jr. Howell Wesley Mann Ismat Fuad Masri Frederick Albert Matsen Richard Daniel Mauldin Richard Dixon Maxwell Leonard Alan McCormick Bruce Cameron McLeod William Michael Mebane Robert Cully Mers Edgar Allen Miller Jerry Lee Mills Larry Vaughn Minter Patrick Allen Moore Robert Hugh Morrison Charles Louis Mott Harald Nilsen Moursund Robert Patrick Plutnmer Wesley Talbott Prescott Harry Lee Pruetz Gary Boyd Roberts Gary York Robinson Robert Fleming See, Jr. Calixto Cedric Valle, III George Martin Waggoner James Bennett Nance Jack Alonzo Oliver, Jr. John Mack Orr John Colwell Owings David Raymond Parker Larry Ewing Phillips John Richard Porter Woodward Clement Regan, Jr. James Harry Ross Walter Don Roth Robert Traylor Russell Alan Yale Schaevitz Douglas Maurice Selman Arno Clarence Serold Robert Evan Shaw, Jr. Millard Lee Sloan Charles William Smith Pliny Cleland Smith Gary Michael Spillers 1 - Duane Martin Starr Paul Alan Stotts Richard Bruce Sunshine William Ralph Sutton John David Tannich Dale Morley Taylor Charles Edward Thompson John Schular Thompson, Jr. Phillip Ranson Trussell Herman Van Vetten Jerry Ted Vaura Earl Raymon Waddell, III William Frederick Wallace Douglas John Warrington James Monroe Watson Frederic Weigl John Lindsey Whitesides, Jr. James Madison Williams Shelby Allan Wyll HONORARY MEMBERS James Pinkney Hart Arno Nowotny Theophilus Shickel Painter Robert Lee Sutherland 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 2.4 average. PHI ETA SIGMA was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923 and at the University in 1931. Only fall 1961 and spring 1962 initiates are listed. Officers are elected from the 1960 and 1961 initiates. Page 420 PWMU U4W OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . MICHAEL CARL STOUNE JAMES GEORGE HEJL CHARLES ORLANDO VEAZEY JOHN C. O ' NEILL John David Earnest Burton R. Enquist Robert Graves James George Hejl Glendall Laminack James Thomas Cain Larry James Cole Charles Adrian Doiron Charles Edward Brookhart E. W. Doty MEMBERS Robert Vernon Lee Alfred Joseph Marsch John C. O ' Neill Allan Burnham Schmitt FALL PLEDGES Sterley Dossman John Reed Heard FACULTY MEMBERS J. Frank Elsass Dalles Franz N. G. Patrick Michael Carl Stoune Robert John Summers Charles Orlando Veazey Michael Donald Williams Leonard Adrian Woosley Ralph Conrad Immel Richard Edward McGinty David Stinson Paul A. Pisk J. Clifton Williams 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. Page 421 Pf OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter . . . . ELLEN ALVERN GARTMAN . . CAROLYN LEE FETTER . . . BARBARA KAY PATTON DONA LOU BARRIER BARBARA FAYE COTHARN Judy Lee Allison Dona Lou Barrier Barbara Faye Cotharn Shirley Enos Marie Frieda Fehmer MEMBERS Carolyn Lee Fetter Ann Jennings Galyean Ellen Alvern Gartman Barbara Ann King Jo Ann McClellan Lucy Kay Nolle Barbara Kay Patton Judy Kay Roberts Gail Robinson Julianne Seifert E. Kathleen Edwards Simpson Betty J. Caldwell Leonard Grant Gilleland INITIATES Harriet Jane Jones Lynn Paine Geraldine Chandler Shook Scherrie L. Watson Royce Abrahamson Faborn Etier Nelia Fox FACULTY MEMBERS Nelda Carola Garcia Elizabeth Ann Jordan Vivian Yancy Simmons Anna Marie Stengel Marie M. Whittle PI OMEGA PI is a national honorary undergraduate society of business education. Requirements for member- ship include 12 hours of business, 3 hours of education; an over-all " C " average with a " B " average in business education and a " B " average in business. Gamma Omega chapter of PI OMEGA PI was founded in 1955. The national founding was in 1923. Page 422 R OFFICERS Fall HENRY ROBERT SEBESTA WILLIAM THOMAS BRUCE JAMES EARL NICHOLSON . WILLIAM LASH GARRARD ROBERT L. GROSS L. R. BENSON . Spring President WINDALL RAY KNIGHT V ice-President JOE KALENDA . . Recording Secretary DON RICHARD SANDERS Corresponding Secretary RICHARD MARVIN COLEMAN, JR. Treasurer ROBERT L. GROSS . . . Faculty Sponsor L. R. BENSON Gary D. Aguren William Thomas Bruce, Jr. Richard Marvin Coleman William Lionel Graver, Jr. Wilbert Ed Ellis Dean Jay Evans William Lash Garrard Floyd Goodrich James Brison Greer Robert L. Gross Thomas Mannan Grubbs MEMBERS Joe Kalenda Selmer Standley King Doyle Darwin Knight Windall Ray Knight James Monroe Kruse Dana Cooke LaGrone Jerome Hubert Lange Roscoe Lee Make McDermott Louis William McEwin Charles Everette McQueary Charles Allen Monaghan James Earl Nicholson Knut Oluf Reistad Don Richard Sanders Henry Robert Sebesta Eric Rufus Tanner Samuel Pepper Tharp Harold Hewin Walling Olin Eric Weiss Michael Thomas Wilkinson Jimmy Mack Bilger Ron Vaughn Davidge SPRING PLEDGES Robert Jack Herring David B. Johnson Fred Faylor Lyle, Jr. Louis Elliott Pflughaupt Ruell Floyd Solberg, Jr. HONORARY MEMBER Lyle G. Clark PI TAU SIGMA is the national honorary mechanical engineering fraternity. Membership is limited to those jun- iors and seniors who rank in the top thirty-five per cent of their class and have at least a " B " average. Selection is based on leadership, personality, trustworthiness, industry, dependability, and probable future success in me- chanical engineering. 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 423 RWOCHF Fall HOMER ALLEN ANDERSON . , WELDON WAYNE FROELICH LEE FRANK WORRELL CARL CLARENCE ALBERS . . . LEE FRANK WORRELL ROBERT GRAVES BROWN . OFFICERS . . . . President .... . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Historian .... . Faculty Sponsor . . Fellows Sponsor . Spring HOMER ALLEN ANDERSON THOMAS F. BURKS LEE FRANK WORRELL FRANK PETER COSGROVE LFJE FRANK WORRELL . ROBERT GRAVES BROWN Homer Allen Anderson Elizabeth Ann Armstrong Brenda N. Barth Dickie Garner Burford Thomas F. Burks Janie Grace Field Weldon Wayne Froelich Carey Wayne Golaz James Wayne Black Noel Thomas Curb Carl Clarence Albers John Autian Alex Berman Robert Graves Brown Henry Matthew Burlage Frank Peter Cosgrove John Emerson Davis Jaime N. Delgado MEMBERS James S. Jinnette Man Mohan Kochhar Florence Gaye Laxson Bruce Livingston Geneva Anne Longmire Johnny Rollins Pope Kiran Jaswantlal Randeri SPRING INITIATES William Edward Dietze Gerald Allen Garza A. J. Kapadia FACULTY MEMBERS Er Hung Djao Paul Frank Geiger William Francis Gidley Gunnar Gjerstad Wallace Lewis Guess Esther Jane Wood Hall James Charles King Michael Byron Rodell Sidney Alan Rosenbluth Mary Virginia Schulz Tom Schulze Roxene Schweers John Robert Taylor Rudolfo Villarreal, Jr. Edmund Weinheimer Wilbert Arvid Poison Billy Wayne Woodward Frederick Valentine Lofgren Joseph Ruben Moreno William Rust Nevill, Jr. Harold D. Powell Herbert F. Schwartz, II William Johnson Sheffield Leon Otto Wilken, Jr. Lee Frank Worrell 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 per cent of their class and have maintained an average of " B " are eligible. Candidates must also have completed sixty per cent of the curriculum. RHO CHI was founded at the University of Michigan in 1922. The Nu Chapter was established at the University in 1929. Page 424 CHf OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES CARL HYATT President MAURICE SAMUEL OLIAN DAVID T. LOPEZ Vice-President RICHARD JOHN VANSTEENKISTE RICHARD JOHN VANSTEENKISTE Secretary DAVID HUGH SLIDER DONALD CARTER RUTHERFORD Treasurer ROBERT NELSON RHODES C. RICHARD KING Faculty Sponsor C. RICHARD KING MEMBERS John Maynard Chapman Bernie Rodney Davis Charles Stanford Eskridge, Jr. James Gordon Gibson, II Leon Norrod Graham Claude Michael Gruener Larry Curtis Hall William W. Hamilton, Jr. David Kirby Helton James Carl Hyatt Wesley H. Hocker Sam E. Kinch, Jr. Edward Knocke Robert Lester Lacy Larry Lee Richard John VanSteenkiste SPRING PLEDGES William Renick Barnes Richard Ray Cole William Dudley Eason, Jr. Roy A. Jones, II FACULTY MEMBERS Norris G. Davis Joe Bertram Frantz Olin Ethmer Hinkle C. Richard King William Irvin McReynolds Harvey Edward Little William Lynn Little David T. Lopez Arbon Jack Lowe Gary Howard Mayer David Michael McNeely Maurice Samuel Olian Hoyt Hughes Purvis Robert Nelson Rhodes Jesse Albert Root, Jr. Donald Carter Rutherford Lee Roy Salzberger Joe Robert Selby David Hugh Slider Tommy Charles Stuckey Peter M. Lowry James Boswell Newton George Robert Phenix Dale Alton Roberson Harry Estill Moore DeWitt Carter Reddick William Rivers Alan Scott Paul Jennings Thompson SIGMA DELTA CHI is the national men ' s professional journalism fraternity. Members must be at least a sec- ond 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. Page 425 WBElAPf OFFICERS Fall Spring MAGNE KRISTIANSEN President FRED FAYLOR LYLE, JR. DAVID WAYNE FOWLER Vice-President ROSCOE LEE RONALD LEON WHITNEY Corresponding Secretary HOWARD NIXON ROBERTS ROSCOE LEE Recording Secretary CHARLES E. McQUEARY CHARLES F. HUFF Treasurer HENRY ROBERT SEBESTA DAVID GRISSOM Cataloger ARTHUR EDWARD SCHULZE MEMBERS Gary Dennis Aguren Tommy Howard Bass George Henry Born Thomas Orland Brown William Thomas Bruce, Jr. George LaFayette Cardwell Finis Ewing Carleton, III Robert Isaac Carr, Jr. Richard Swain Cassidy Richard Marvin Coleman, Jr. Edward Lee Cousins William Lionel Graver, Jr. James D. Dannenbaum John Morgan Eargle Wilbert Edward Ellis Dean Jay Evans George H. Fancher, Jr. Ramsey Wayne Farley Allen Gail Findeisen Osman Abib Raymond William Bohls, Jr. Oran Brigham, Jr. Kenneth Eugene Builta Harold James Denton Robert Wesley Durie Walter Henry Fears Wallace Thomas Fowler Floyd Edward Franka Robert Neil Austin John Wesley Bailey Nix O ' Brien Bodden Norris Rood Burton William Harold Carter Martin Emile Chenevert Ronald Vaughn Davidge James Murray Eller Frederick Rogers Dent III Walter Ray Fuchs David Wayne Fowler Otto Martin Friedrich, Jr. Burk Ralph Frnka Daniel Graham Galloway Jimmy Gene Garner William Ernest Gattis Thomas Gray Godfrey Floyd Goodrich, Jr. Kenneth Eugene Gray David Grissom Thomas Mannan Grubbs Alton Robert Hagedorn Clovis Ray Hale Richard Kenneth Hamilton Robert A. Hermes William Leonard Hopper Charles F. Huff Don Dale Isett Robert O ' Brien Johnson James Roe Joiner Hossein Kazemi William Robert Klingman Magne Kristiansen James Monroe Kruse Jerome Lange Robert Alfred Langworthy Roscoe Lee Fred Faylor Lyle, Jr. Gayle Patrick Martin Ja mes Thomas Mitchell Charles Allen Monaghan Carl Albert Nentwich James Earl Nicholson Delbert Max Ottmers Ervin Sewell Perry Robert Seeling Poston Stevens David Ramsey, Jr. Robert Louis Rester Lyndon Hay ward Robinson, J; Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr. FALL PLEDGES Norman E. Garner William Lash Garrard Wilburn Earl Gray Robert L. Gross Bobby Merle Hickman Joe Kalenda Larry Jesse Kilgore Doyle Darwin Knight Windall Ray Knight Parker Mixson Loeffler Thomas Benton Lyda Ronald Douglas Matthys Louis William McEwin, Jr. Jesse Richard McLoy Charles E. McQueary John Eugene Middlebrooks Coy Don Mitchell Leaton Thomas Oliver Michael Wayne O ' Neill Milton Beverly Porter, Jr. SPRING PLEDGES Robert Hajovsky William Henry Hale, Jr. Robert Lee Thomas Hampton Charles Alton Harlow Larry Allen Holmes John Mark Hughes Charles Andrew Johnson Slemer Standley King Dana Cooke LaGrone Robert Leicht Lindner Carl Gilbert Matthys Robert Marshall McClure Make McDermott, Jr. Roy Travis McLamore Roy Eugene Miller Frederick William Patrick Don Jerome Ralston Carl Newton Rennert Dennis Fred Ripple FACULTY MEMBERS Leland Barclay Myron Louis Begemau Leonard R. Benson James Pershing Billingsley Kenneth Bruce Bischoff Kermit Earl Brown William Junius Carter Clark M. Cleveland John P. Craig Roy Rochester Craig William A. Cunningham Arwin Adelbert Dougal Venton Levy Doughtie William Charles Duesterhoeft, Jr. Carl J. Eckhardt Phil Moss Ferguson John Arnold Focht Charles Allen Ford Burns Newman Gafford J. H. Gaines Carl Gatlin Ernest Frederick Gloyna Robert Fonda Gribble William T. Guy, Jr. William Walsh Hagerty Cyrus Oscar Harbourt William H. Hartwig David Mautner Himmelblau Ettore H. F. Infante Frank Weldon Jessen Franklin Beaumont Johnson Charles Henry Karnes Leonardt Ferdinand Kreisle Alfred Hall LaGrone Joe Overton Ledbetter JackJyenhart Edwin Carl Lowenburg Lawrence Riedling Mack L. Hudson Matlock James Dorr McFarland John J. McKetta, Jr. Percy Hugh Miller Robert Ritchie Moneymaker Walter L. Moore Sylvain J. Pirson Harold John Plass, Jr. Harry Harrison Power Howard Frederick Rase- Lymon Clifton Reese Eugene Arman Ripperger Charles Harold Roth Charles Elmer Rowe Henry Grady Rylander Ranley Paul Sauer James Albert Saylors Arthur Edward Schulze Henry Robert Sebesta Charles Eldred Stapp Fred S. Stockbauer Ramesh Thadani Lee Charles Thomas Anthony M. Truchard Arnold Joseph Tucker William Danny Turner Alton Wayne Whitney Ronald Leon Whitney Robert Marshall Wilson Ronald Lynn Woodfin DarreJ Roy Word William Joseph Yanta Kenneth Alden Young Carl Edward Ziegler Michael Dean Reifel Howard Nixon Roberts Van Worth Robinson John Schliesing James Duncan Stephen Nathaniel Parker Turner Joe Mayer Victor Olin E. Weiss Michael T. Wilkinson Spruell Alton Russell, Jr. William Erven Sayle Ruell Floyd Solberg, Jr. James Duncan Stephen Edward Burton Stevens Eric Rufus Tanner William Edward Teasdale Fred Walter Thies Harold Hewin Walling Ronald Edward Watson Jack A. Scanlan Robert Samuel Schechter Byron Elliot Short Harold Wood Smith Archie Waugh Straiton Jesse Neils Thompson Milton John Thompson Robert Davis Turpin Matthew Van Winkle E. Joseph Weiss John Conrad Westkaemper Douglass James Wilde Eugene H. Wissler Baxter Frank Womack Fowler Redford Yett William Alfred Youngblood Shao Wen Yuan 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, ex- clusive 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 which was founded in 1885. Page 426 OFFICERS Chapter Master ROBERT LOWELL COSBY Scribe KENARD CLAY BOONE Recorder . THOMAS HENRY STOVALL MEMBERS Lexa Morris Acker Kenard Clay Boone Douglas J. H. Cardinal Robert Lowell Cosby James William Emmrich Charles Arthur Mencio Walter W. Scarborough Jon Harris Starnes Thomas Henry Stovall SPRING PLEDGES Milton F. Babbit Isaac Martin Maxwell Larry Joe O ' Neill John Clyde Robinson Max Alan Robinson Daniel Jule Talley Fred Winfield Day, Jr. Walter Eugene George, Jr. FACULTY MEMBERS Thomas Whitehead Shefelman Martin Stephen Kermacy Hugh Lyon McMath HONORARY MEMBER Drury Blakeley Alexander TAU SIGMA DELTA is the honorary Architecture fraternity for seniors, and is 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 engineering. TAU SIGMA DELTA was founded at the University of Michigan in 1913 and Mu Chapter was established at the University in 1931. Page 427 PW 1 3 Fa CAROL SULLIVAN SUE MUECK PATRICIA WYNN RUSCH DEBORAH CAROLYN HOWELL . BETTYE SUE SWALES CINDY PENDERGRASS KEEVER OFFICERS Spring . . . President PATRICIA JEAN McCLURE V ice-Presidents NANCY THRIFT ASTON NONA MARIE STRANGE . . Secretary BARBARA JEAN TOSCH . . Treasurer DOROTHY LOUISE LAVES . . .Archivist . SUE ELLEN COOPER Rebecca Reynolds Conn Marie Josephine Eickmann Deborah Carolyn Howell Alberta Ann Apel Judith Ann Asel Nancy .Thrift Aston Sue Ellen Cooper Elisa Savilla Davis Barbara Jean Haas Candy Kay Berry Judith Jeannine Capps Carolyn Sue Coker Marye Durrum Benjamin Jessamon Dawe Marie M. Fuller Mary Adelaide Gardner Mary Margaret Glasscock Frazier Betty Jean Carper Hensley MEMBERS Cindy Pendergrass Keever Sue Mueck Patricia Wvnn Rusch FALL INITIATES Mary Jo Hendrix Dorothy Louise Laves Patricia Jean McClure Laura Elizabeth McNeil Sandra Jane Moran Barbara Jeanne Reinert SPRING INITIATES Sally McKeever Jan Marilyn Schieffer FACULTY MEMBERS Frankie Mae Welborn Lindsey Amy Jo Long Carolyn Jane Malone Joe Caldwell Meyer Marian Pendergrass Michael Douglass Ann Newsom Leigh Peck Carol Sullivan Bettye Sue Swales Mardelle Young Marsha Eileen Saxe Mary Ann Seamon Walta Marie Smith Nona Marie Strange Barbara Jean Tosch Joanne Williams Martha Gay Scott Ann Music Streetman Margaret Annell Todd Nancy McMeans Richey Emily Mae Stafford Bert Kruger Smith Helen Tackett Wanda Sue Watkins Afton Taylor Wynn THETA SIGMA PHI aims to unite in bonds of fellowship University women who are now studying journalism, to confer honor upon women who distingu ish themselves in their profession, and to accomplish definite achieve- ments 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 na- tional founding in 1909. Page 428 OFFICERS Fall Spring RICHARD TERRY MORROW, JR. . . Master Alchemist WILLIAM ROBERT KLINGMANN LARRY ALLAN HOLMES Vice-Master Alchemist. . GRANVILLE HAROLD BALTHROP, III ROBERT LOUIS RESTER Treasurer ROBERT LOUIS RESTER WILLIAM HENRY HALE, JR Recorder NIX O ' BRIEN BODDEN JAMES DUNCAN STEPHEN Reporter CLIFTON F. LANDRY ROYSTON ROBERTS Faculty Sponsor ROYSTON ROBERTS MEMBERS Granville Harold Balthrop, III Donald Elliot Banks Graham Kerr Barnes Benny Garell Blount James Richard Boatright Nix O ' Brien Bodden Charles David Brandle, Jr. Thomas Orland Brown Finis E. Carleton, III Richard Swain Cassidy Thomas Denver Cole David Alfred Copeland Terry Duane Copeland Issac Dwaine Eubanks Edwin Maurice Flint Robert H. Frias Wilburn Earl Gray William Henry Hale, Jr. Joel Hugh Hamlett Harry Gordon Harris, Jr. Almond Jaspar Hayes Charles Hedgcoth, Jr. Robert Anthony Hermes Larry Allan Holmes Thomas Earl Hoover William Leonard Hopper Francis Howard Hughs Richard James Johle David Crosley Jones Gary Jones David Mirza Kadjar Duane Milton Keele William Robert Klingman Clifton F. Landry Allen Grady Lane Charles Michael Laritz James Travis Lee James Barrie Logan Thomas Benton Lyda T. Russell McMurtray Edward Knox Mellon Warren Calhoun Miller Coy Don Mitchell John Wayne Mitchell Richard Terry Morrow, Jr. Edward Robert Moss F. Oliver Nicklin George Eugene Olds Will Mann Ollison Charles H. Owens, Jr. John Edward Panzhrella Malc om Lang Payne, Jr. Don West Pfennig Douglas Steven Prensner Lyndal Ray Remmert Ronald James Renz Robert Louis Rester Kenneth C. Rightmer James R. Robinson Jerry Ellis Rosson Ruel Richard Rothwell, Jr. Oscar Martin Schneider Alvin Charles Schwenke James Duncan Stephen Robert Frank Stubbeman Ramesh Thadani Arthur Wood Thornton George Martin Waggoner Charles Bertrand Wakefield Benny J. Wallace Robert Morris Woodall Ed Woodhouse Glenn Alex Work SPRING INITIATES William Lee Anderson Robert Ralph Dickey James Thomas Dunman David LeRoy Haupt Thomas Wilbert Hutton William McDougal Rick Murphy Jack Pearson Robert Harold Steelhammer FACULTY MEMBERS Robbin Cloyer Anderson Gilbert Haven Ayres Philip S. Bailey Henry Matthew Burlage George Homer Fancher Richard Fuchs Norman D. Hackerman Lewis F. Hatch Henry Rudolf Henze David Mautner Himmelblau Rowland Pettit Lester J. Reed Royston M. Roberts Stanley Harold Simonsen Charles Gordon Skinner Roger John Williams ALPHA CHI SIGMA membership is composed of men intending to make some branch of chemistry their life work. Membership is by invitation. " -- v4 Top Row: Boatright, Bodden, Brown, Cole, Flint, Hale, Holmes, Hoover, Hopper. Second Row: Hughes, Johle, D. Jones, G. Jones, Landry, Lee, Miller, Mitchell, Morrow. Third Row: Panzarella, Payne, Prensner, Rester, Schneider, Thadani, Waggoner. Wallace, Woodall, Work. Page 429 AUW OFFICERS Spring ROBERT CONNOR BRIGGS President JAMES LAWRENCE FARLEY EMMETT H. MURRAY Vice-President WILLIAM TILGHMAN LAMBDIN JAMES PARIS GOODNIGHT Secretary MICHAEL CLIFTON CLUNIE JEWEL C. KELLY, JR Treasurer WILLIAM JACKSON DOUGLAS JAMES LAWRENCE FARLEY Pledge Trainer MICHAEL D. CORLEY ALAN SCOTT Faculty Sponsor ALAN SCOTT ERNEST ALONZO SHARPE Faculty Sponsor ERNEST ALONZO SHARPE MEMBERS Dan Carl Alverson Douglas Arlington Boyd Robert Connor Briggs William Ferrol Creager John G. Champion Stephen A. DeWalt James Lawrence Farley James Dee French James Paris Goodnight James Talcott Grotte James Preston Hull Jewel C. Kelly, Jr. Samuel Kelsall, IV William Tilghman Lambdin Gerald A. Lowe Emmett H. Murray William Behton Nevitt Allan Craig Pape Wilton L. Richard James Allen Sanders, Jr. John P. Skinner, Jr. Marion David Standridge Kenneth Hailey Way Mason Locke Weems, VI Andre Bacon Albert Bieter Billy Ray Bugg FALL PLEDGES Eugene M. Cain, Jr. Michael Clifton Clunie Michael D. Corley Ralph Kendrick Davis William Jackson Douglas Donald Clifford Ward SPRING PLEDGES Henry Newton Bell, III Earl Brewer Boyanton, Jr. Tom F. Faulkner Pat Winston McCutchin Stanley Wineberg William Dale Wittliff FACULTY MEMBERS Alan Scott Ernest Alonzo Sharpe HONORARY MEMBERS Jean William Brown Walter Hart John Bonner McLane Rocco Revisore Rodger Smith Joe Wilkinson ALPHA DELTA SIGMA is the national professional advertising fraternity for those majoring in and interested in advertising as a career. Membership is awarded to those who successfully complete a semester as a pledge after in- vitation 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: Nevitt, Farley, Kelly, Briggs, Skinner, Lambdin, Kelsall. Second Row: Champion, Cain, Douglas, Bieter, Corley, Crotte, Alverson, Bacon, DeWalt, Sharpe, Davis, Clunie, Ward. Page 430 Pf Fall FRANKLIN BLAKE CURL, JR. ARTHUR JOSEPH SCHMIDT . OFFICERS President .Senior Vice-President JIMMY HORTON GRAHAM CONSTANTINE M. AGORASTOS REX J. SPIVEY WILLIAM McLANE BROWN . Junior V ice-President Secretary Treasurer . . .Faculty Sponsor . . Spring DAVID EDMUND BELL CONSTANTINE M. AGORASTOS MIKE WILLIAMSON HERSCHEL EUGENE BAIN EDWARD TIMMONS HARRISON . WILLIAM McLANE BROWN Patrick K. Abbott John Wayne Acker Constantine M. Agorastos Herschel Eugene Bain John G. Bartlett William Andrew Barton David Edmund Bell Richard Bryant Boyd Robert Lawrence Coffey Clarence Wharton Cole James Carroll Aston Milton Emil Birck David Lawrence Brady Marshall Barb Collins Wayne Fredric Aguren Dick Allison Gary Creath John Randolph Curry William Phillip Davis James P. Dowis Lester Ernest Eisenbeck Joe J. Fisher Ernesto Contreras, Jr. Franklin Blake Curl, Jr. Durward Lee Curlee James Phillip Davis Arthur Alexander Duggan Charles A. Elliott Tommy Forrester John Graham Gardner, Jr. Philip Franklin Garner Edgar Lewis Gerhardt, III John T. Dorbandt James Terry Dulaney Peter M. Folks Charles B. Foyt Norman Ernest George David Madison Gilbreath John Y. Gober Coley Lee Hampton Gerald Harden Henry Murry Jones Leon Ernest Knight MEMBERS Jimmy Horton Graham Roger Louis Haller Edward Timmons Harrison Less Curry Harston Thomas Patterson Hicks John Luther Hood Paul Lee Hooper Melvin August Horn Jurgen Alfred Jack Larry Ray Jones FALL PLEDGES Gene F. Gammill William Bennett Germain Jon Michael Hill Joe Kennedy Howell SPRING PLEDGES Paul N. La Vertu Jack Webster Lester, Jr. Davy Dean Ling Thomas D. Osburn Anthony Thomas Petrick Benjamin A. Reid Thomas Ross Robertson William Frederick Klug Thomas Caywood Knapp William Tilghman Lambdin Charles Weldon Lucas Morris E. Massey Dan G. Miller Thomas W. Moore Terry Eugene McFadin Donald Reed Phillips Lewis Gilbert Ross Cecil J. Kearney, Jr. Don Hilliard Kelly Troy Max Legg Samuel Winston Love Ronald Gordon Rosen Don Thomas Schwartz John K. Shaw Randall Ray Shenk Douglas MacArthur Simmons Jerry Randall Sims Fred Harold Smith Roger Allen Sater Olin Dean Scheele James H. Sellers Arthur Joseph Schmidt, Jr. Rex J. Spivey Arthur Theodore ten Broeke Vernon Arthur White, Jr. Jerry H. Wilcoxon Mike Williamson Don Ray Wilson William Robert Sandford Fred B. Steves James Gary Veazey Eilert Richard Weitzel, II Jim Ray Smith Robert Stokes Terence Michael Swift Don Jean Taylor William Ross Trigg Howard Wayne Ward William Edgar Young, Jr. DELTA SIGMA PI is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholar- ship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Membership in this professional commerce and business administration fraternity is by invitation only and the unanimous vote of all the active members of the chapter. Any male student regularly enrolled in the College of Business Administration or pursuing pre-commerce and business administration subjects at The University of Texas is eligible for election into the Beta Kappa Chapter of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi. Front Row: Bain, Curlee, Bell, Spivey, Agorastos, Schmidt, Curl, Graham, Garner, Lucas, Phillips, Aston, Weitzel. Second Row: Williamson, Scheele, Gammill, Howell, Collins, Dorbandt, Kearney, Veazey, Hicks, Hill, Ross, Gardner, Kelly, Dulaney. Third Row: Legg, Miller, Brady, Moore, Wilcoxon, Cole, Bartlett, Boyd, Harrison, Jack, Steves, Contreraa, Sandford, Birck, Lore, Germain. Fourth Row: L. Jones, Lambdin, Folks, White, Sellers, Harston, J. Davis, Foyt. Page 431 AUW CW OFFICERS Fall SUE FRANCES MUECK MARTHA GAYLE SPENCER BARBARA ANNE REESE . . . BARBARA JEAN HAAS ALAN SCOTT . ..... President . . . V ' ice-President . Secretary-Treasurer .Publicity Chairman . . Faculty Sponsor Spring DEANNA ALLEMAN SHARON LEE ASHTON JEANNE ALICE WHITE GRACE ELAYNE GAJDOS ALAN SCOTT Deanna Alleman Judith Ann Asel Barbara Jean Haas MEMBERS Sandra Lee Moran Sue Frances Mueck Barbara Anne Reese Connie Jo Rock Martha Gayle Spencer Tina Rae Wise Sharon Lee Ashton Nancy Thrift Aston Susan A. Birkel Elisa Savilla Davis Grace Elayne Gajdos FALL INITIATES Barbara Jane Gurecky Sondra Alma Halliday Karen Agopian Johns Carrie Patricia Joiner Emily Ann Lamon Gretchen Analetia Lewis Sally Ann McEver Marshall Eileen Saxe Karen Lee Shannon Marjorie Louise Stephens Jeanne Alice White Vicke B. Caldwell Sandra Lee Lawrence Olivia Dianne Miller SPRING PLEDGES Janet Renee Orts Joan Marie Schilo Martha Gay Scott Patsy Bernice Sherrill Joanne Williams 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. Alpha Nu Chapter was established at the University on October 15, 1960. Seated: Gajdos, Wise, Haas, Alleman, Spencer, Reese, Rock, Asel, Lewis. Standing: Shannon, Joiner, Lamon, Birkel, Davis, Halliday, Johns, Gurecky, Ashton, Aston, Saxe, Stephens. Page 432 KAPPA OFFICERS Fall Spring LINDA MAE MOODY President ANNIS MARIE MINYARD ROXENE KAY SCHWEERS Vice-President ROXENE KAY SCHWEERS MARILYN BLACKSTONE HARGRAVE . Recording Secretary . MARILYN BLACKSTONE HARGRAVE PEGGY ROBERTSON SNOW Treasurer PEGGY ROBERTSON SNOW ISABEL RODRIQUEZ Reporter ISABEL RODRIQUEZ MRS. GUNNAR GJERSTAD Sponsor MRS. GUNNAR GJERSTAD Elizabeth Ann Armstrong Brenda Nan Earth Mary Suzan Benbow Elena Maria Botello Deanna Marye Dimmitt Julia Ellen Edwards Juanita Sue Graham Janie Grace Field Lynda Kay Gross Marilyn Blackstone Hargrave MEMBERS Rebecca Jo Hashop Irma Dell Irvin Annis Marie Minyard Linda Mae Moody Queva Carmella Palmo Mary Ellen Richter Linda Rhea Riley Isabel Rodriquez Mary Virginia Schulz Roxene Kay Schweers Emma Jean Seeker Leah Raye Sexton Peggy Robertson Snow Lillie Mae Thompson Elia Drucilla Villarreal Beverley Sue Ward Ann Elizabeth Watson Rayma Jean Watson Rosa Beth Zamponi Margaret Beaulieu Lydia Garza FALL PLEDGES Betty Ann Howard Geneva Anne Longmire Linda Sue Rainey Rosemary Gorman Barbara Lee Daniels Sue Virginia Finley SPRING PLEDGES Mary Louise Gore Janet Claire Hunt Sylvia Esther Laurel Glenda Jean Noah Barbara Ann Nowlin Beth Anne Shocket Mrs. Henry Matthew Burlage Mrs. Gunnar Gjerstad FACULTY MEMBER Esther Jane Wood Hall ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Dorothy Jane Lidiak Marie Betzner Morrow Martha Rodriquez 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 Row: Beauliru, Villarreal, Minyard, Snow, Field, Moody. Second Row: Hargrave, Richter, Edwards, Schulz, Schweers, Longmire. Page 433 MPPAPSf OFFICERS Fall Spring BILL DAVID JOBE Regent ARTURO ACUNA JOHNNY ROLLINS POPE Vice-Regent ROBERT LINDSEY TYSON BENJAMIN MARK HARRISON Secretary JAMES SHELDRID NIX HOMER ALLEN ANDERSON Treasurer BENJAMIN MARK HARRISON ROBERT RAY VARLEY Historian T. C. VILLARREAL, JR. Arturo Acuna Homer Allen Anderson Joe Gene Autry Jack Frank Bellos Paul Don Borsellino John Russell Carson Frank Casanova, Jr. James Towson Coleman Douglas Carroll Copeland Martin C. Cuellar Gordon Turne Donop Earl Weldon Anderson Charles Kendrick Cash Davie Mac Costin Keith Dunavant Ronald Clinton Edwards James Herbert Bates George Rogers Bean William Clyde Brownlow Tommy Clark MEMBERS Ronald Elliott William Mark Garner Ray Morris Gilliland Darrell Alton Griffin Jose Ignacio Gutierrez Ronald Lee Hall Benjamin Mark Harrison James Goffrey Hubble Enrique Jimenez Bill David Jobe Walter Ferrell Killion Ray Barton Lee Charles Harry Leinback, Jr. Weldon Anton Neuendorff James Sheldrid Nix Robert James Peden Johnny Rollins Pope Darrell David Rayburn Roque Honorato Rodriquez Eligio Elias Saenz, Jr. Roberto H. Saenz Robert Wayne Saunders Davis Lee Scoggins William Sim FALL PLEDGES James Randall Galloway Jose Galvan James B. Garner Joseph Haley Harll Jerry Jerel Jones Michael Eugene Kennemer Jay Henry Park Roy George Rhodes Jimmy Dave Riggins Michael William Simpson Roberto Lee Soza Ray Lee Sullivan SPRING PLEDGES Charles Don De Shazo Bernay Franklyn Dusek Kenneth Duane Ellis Donald Ford Achilles Gonzalez Raul Emilio Guerra Timothy Alden Hayes Clarence Ken Heaton Gerald Halton Simpson Robert Arnold Smith A. R. Trautwein, Jr. Robert Lindsey Tyson Robert Ray Varley James Vera Rudolfo Lucas Villarreal, Jr. T. C. Villarreal, Jr. Leighton Selman Whitsitt Ivan Ernest Willard Robert B. Wimberly Joe Mac Tarpley Jerry Ray Tindel Samuel J. Trevino, III Gary Mack Weaver Walter Miller White, Jr. Timothy Rodriguez James Lee Smith James W. White FACULTY MEMBERS Carl Clarence Albers Robert Graves Brown Henry Matthew Burlage Frank P. Cosgrove John Emerson Davis Jaime N. Delgado Er Hung Djao Gunnar Gjerstad Wallace Louis Guess James Charles King Frederick Valentine Lofgren Luther Ray Parker Harold Dean Powell Herbert Frederick Schwartz Kenneth Edward Tiemann Leon Otto Wilken Lee Frank Worrell HONORARY MEMBER Henry Rudolf Henze 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. PIPS - k Top Row: Acuna, E, Anderson, Autry, Boraellino, Canon, Cash, Costin, Donop, Dunavant, Edwards, Elliott. Second Row: Galloway, Galvan, J. Garner, W. Garner, Gilliland, Gutierrez, Hall, Harrison, Hubble, Jimenez, Jones. Third Row: Jobe, Kennemer, Killion, Neuendorff, Nix, Park, Peden, Riggins, E. Saenz, R. Saenz, Saunders, Scoggins. Fourth Row: G. Simpson, M. Simpson, R. Smith, Soza, Tarpley, Tindel, Trevino, Tyson, R. Villarreal, Weaver, Willard, Wimberly. Page 434 OFFICERS Fall Spring WELDON LLOYD ASH President BILLY ROSS SPAIN JAMES SAUNDERS JINNETTE V ice-President MONTE J. STAHA CHARLES AUGUSTUS WORK, III Treasurer WILLIAM WAYNE VOELTER EARL DUWAYNE WALLACE Secretary BILLY DON GRAY BILL W. SCOTT . . Prelate . . GEORGE RAY RUSSELL MEMBERS Jimmy Arden Anderson Weldon Lloyd Ash James Wayne Black Thomas Franklin Burks Joe Edd Callaway Woodrow H. Cochran Pat Handley Goers Russell Craft Frank A. Daleo Garry Dean Dossey Lloyd Russell Duke Weldon Wayne Frolich Frederick Charles Gates William M. Gerhardt, Jr. Burl Darwin Gilliam Norman Alford Gound Billy Don Gray Larry Dean Griffin Robert Harold Gunn Robert George Hackbardt Thomas Howard Hardy William Weaver Harris Morris E. Haynes James Saunders Jinnette George C. Kenady, Jr. Granville Doyle Long James Charles Maass Charlie Thomas Novosad Gerald Scott Odom Douglas Bryan Pair Wayne Douglas Quarles Donald R. Rowland George Ray Russell Albert A. Sander Bill W. Scott Billy Ross Spain Monte J. Staha B. E. Sweet Guert Levi Tilma Max Duayne Tulley William Wayne Voelter Earl Duwayne Wallace Richard Lyle Wallsmith Edmund Alfred Weinheimer Joe Fred Whitfield Charles Augustus Work, III James Puttnam Yeates PLEDGES Donald Eugene Bardin James Malcolm Berry Gerry Lee Blaylock John Brooks Bradley John Lee Clemmer Melvin Glen Cobb Richard Ray Crump Daniel Curtis Richard Glenn Darr Robert Cecil Davis Jack Leslie Dunn Fred Andrew Ebel Albert Endsley Ben Mike Ethridge James Evans Jimmy M. Foy Edwyn Irving Goldberg David Darnall Griffin J. B. Hensler Billy Wayne Holloway James Alvin Johnson Lambert Labay Jack Lusk Francis Donald McFarland Paul Ray McKinzie Phillip Ray Montgomery Jackie Ray Nelley Arthur Niermeir Johnny Pearsey Glynn Schanen Bobby Lawrence Simpson James Lee Smith James Charles Templin Darral Gene Walker Albert Fred Wende, Jr. Charles William White John David Wiegan HONORARY MEMBERS Vernon Green W. R. Lloyd FACULTY MEMBER William Johnson Sheffield PHI DELTA CHI is the national professional pharmacy fraternity maintaining a house on campus. Members are selected for this professional fraternity from those men that are enrolled in the College of Pharmacy. PHI DELTA CHI came to the University campus in the form of the Lambda Chapter in 1905. The University of Michigan initiated the organization in 1883. Front Row: Kenadjr, Gray, Burks, Spain, Black, Gillian], Weinheimer. Second Row: Cochran, Sander, Froelich, Haynes, L. Griffin, Ash, Hardy. Third Rout: Wallace, Russell, Pair, Daleo, Odom, Long, Work. Fourth Roto: Maass, Whitfield, Staha, Goers, Voelter, Dossey, Gerhardt. Filth Hint-: Wallimith, Scott, Rowland, Sheffield, Jinnette, Quarles. Page 435 Wf OFFICERS Spring ROBERT ELLWOOD JONES President CHARLES WARREN EISEMANN ROBERT ALLEN CRENSHAW First V ice-President GLEN BURKE MUSGROVE CHARLES WARREN EISEMANN Second V ice-President JAMES HORACE JUSTICE BOBBY LEE LLOYD Treasurer JAMES EWING WILLIAMS TOM CODY GRAVES Recording Secretary JAMES CROZIER BROWN Daryl K. Alford Francis Glenn Anders Joe Francis Andres Kenneth Newt Andrews Harold Foster Apple Gayle Avant Henry Howard Baade, Jr. Lee Ray Basore Don Coleman Blackard Dan Edward Beckelman Nix O ' Brian Bodden Michael Edward Bonine John Brooks Bradley S. David Brady James Crozier Brown Pat Bryan, III Robert Bruce Burns Howard Young Butler Gary Vernon Cain Joe R. Canfield James Carr Richard P. Carr, Jr. Kenneth Randolph Castleman William B. Chenault James D. Chrisco Clarence Wharton Cole Richard Wade Corder Russell Barefield Michael C. Bosler George Ivan Bourinaoff Edward Bradford James H. Bradley Warren Leigh Brookes Ruben Stanley Brown George P. Bunch James D. Burney Joe C. Carrington Phillip A. Chrisco Edward Allen Kenneth Braver Eton R. Ball James Charles Barbour Bill Berry Jeffery Blank Joseph Lee Boring Robert L. Breckenridge John Brito, Jr. Lloyd Brooks Tom Cervinka Roy Travis Clopton Robert G. Clarkson Don Dwight Cox William E. Crook MEMBERS Paul David Couch Chester A. Cowen Robert Allen Crenshaw Joseph Wallace Croft, Jr. Thomas Braden Daly Jerry Daniels Ronald Glen Durham Charles Warren Eisemann Marvin W. Ellis Adolf Flores Dan Nobles Gardner Roger E. Garrett, Jr. Roger Lee Gorrell Glen Richard Graves Tom Cody Graves Don Griffith David Gray Hall John Lee Henry Allen Robert Hinojosa Douglas Fielding Hoese Arthur Hubbard Don Hutto Jerry Dwain Johnson Robert Ellwood Jones James Horace Justice John Leonard Kelley Dhiren Jayant Kothari Bruce Arthur Kowert Donovan Allen Leistict Bill Lee Liggin Paxton K. Littlepage Bobby Lee Lloyd Thoman Robert Long Charles David Magrill James Robert McGuffin, III Bart Gary Menscher Terry Dale Milne James Luther Mims, III Leonard Edward Mohhrmann William Morey Montgomery Jack Hamilton Morris Glen Burke Musgrove Robert S. Neel Kerry Don Owen Gary L. Parker William Alexander Pickard William Lucas Pickles David Clyde Pomeroy, Jr. Richard Lewis Pringle James Arlen Pyle Ronald Lynn Ramey James Charles Rayburn FALL INITIATES Chadwick Creager Robert H. Cuyler Nicholas G. Daley Gerald L. Daughterly Donald Deaver John E. Donaghey Charles W. Doyle Clifford Drummond James Fergus John Gilbreath Larry Lee Johnson M. Wayne Jones Josef G. Kamerling James Robert Kamrath Allison C. Kistler Dale Knight Nicholas Laird Milton Martin George McCall James W. Moyers John W. Parker Larry E. Phillips SPRING PLEDGES Archie M. Groom Harold Ray Crutsinger Daniel B. Dodson Gary Wayne Ellis Rowlard Bruce Foster George Gates Fowler, Jr. Lonnie Harper Frank C. Harris James Heatherington Robert L. Herndon Melvin Hickey William A. Hiers, Jr. Richard A. Holecamp Michael A. Hopper Bobby Hoover Carl Travis Johnson Bailey Rhea Jones Larry J. Kennedy Robert Portner Kohler, III Royce Charles Lamberth Clinton Lenoir Carl Lindsey Richard Manuel Martinez Gerald McLelland Frank Mitcham Jack Childers Gates, Jr. Comer 0. Patterson, Jr. Thomas C. Patton Baltazar Ramos, Jr. Alan Yale Schaevitz HONORARY MEMBER R. Elyn Bryns ADVISORY BOARD Keith Kohn Cox Ronald F. Bunn Hilbert Carl Engelhardt Gerhard J. Fonken H. L. Gaskin Henry W. Newman Calvin C. Nolen Arno Nowotny George William Porter, Chairman Rodrigo Reyna Robert Roberts James Allen Sanders Donald W. Schleicher Per Kay Schneider Otis Claude Shearer, III Terry Lawrence Sladek Jay Fred Smith Robert Kennedy Speedie Artie Joe Spitzer Ted Jefferson Taylor Ramesh Thadani Daniel Louis Trevino Robert Lindsey Tyson Kenneth Allen Weda Stephen Travis White Jerry W. Whitten Perry Dwayne Whitten Thomas Eli Wiener Michael A. Wiley Dan B. Williams Marion Glenn Williams, Jr. James Ewing Williams Arthur A. Woytek Richard Bennett Zey Elmer T. Zilch, Jr. Thomas F. Rhodes David W. Seals Jerry Turner Paul Van Slyke Kenneth Vestal Gayle L. Wald Edward Lee Wallace Samuel Lynn Ward James T. Watts Larry J. White Norman Scheel Jack R. Scott H. Vernon Smith, Jr. Charles T. Snowdon, Jr. John McGuffin Steele George Qeo Steinke Roy Stokton Charles H. Thurber, Jr. Bill Vandiver Gregory P. Wene Jerry Wilkinson J. Michael Williams Olan Dale Williams Kenneth Lee Wise C. L. Wilson John H. Pound Elwood J. Preiss Jack G. Steele ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a national service fraternity with membership open to ex-scouts registered in the Univer- sity. 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, the community and service, to the nation as participating citizens. The guiding principles of the fraternity are Friendship, Leadership, and Service. Alpha Rho chapter of ALPHA PHI OMEGA was established on the University campus in 1935. The initial chapter was formed on the Lafayette College campus, Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1925. Page 436 ARNOLD AfR SOO0V OFFICERS Commander JAN HOWARD JULIAN Executive Officer JAMES MILTON BRUNER Operations Officer PAUL DAVID COUCH Administrative Officer THOMAS 0. PROFFITT Comptroller RANDALL HAROLD BOYETT Information Officer CHARLES RICHARD REEDER Faculty Advisor CAPTAIN ROBERT E. HAYS, JR. James Milton Bruner Richard Preston Breese Richard Clair Byrne John Maynard Chapman Paul David Couch Willard Edward Johnson Randall Harold Boyett Robert Lee Clark Clarence Wharton Cole David B. Cole Larry Jack Edgeman Charles Marshall Finney Gene E. Gifford Graham Kerr Barnes Robert Dalton Bassetti Robert E. Boswell Herbert William Henry SENIORS Jan Howard Julian William Gilbert Fox David Haywood Mangum Bernard John Marcak Jerome Miston McChristian Martin William Nakunz Kenneth Allen Pfeil JUNIORS Paul Faris Gilbert James Lewis Green James Michael Hinkle Walter L. Janszen, Jr. James Warner Kellog Sam Ernest Leifeste SOPHOMORES Bary Ben Hutsell Edward Thomas Imparato. Jr. Max M. Marosko Milton Beverly Porter, Jr. Robert Mayo Richards Donald Walter Schleicher Dennis Raymond Schmidt Robert Sewall Wells Donald Clair Wood Mark Hayden Nugent Charles Phillip Peterson Thomas 0. Proffitt Charles Richard Reeder Jack Weldon Shelton George B. Wright, Jr. Gerald B. Parnell Frank Mackinder Sallee, II Timothy J. Stinson 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 established in 1950. Page 437 OFFICERS President Vice-President . . Treasurer Historian Secretary Faculty Sponsor . Faculty Sponsor . Faculty Sponsor ELIZABETH FAY ROBERTSON SALLY A. PREDOCK . . . MARGARET OZELLA PACE JOANN KAY PANKRATZ SUSAN ROBERTS REED RONALD BUNN THELMA LOCKWOOD . NANCY RICKEY Rolinda Deane Bailey Francis Ann Drake Roberta Lee House Maria Elinor Medina MEMBERS Margaret Ozella Pace JoAnn Kay Pankratz Sally A. Predock Susan Roberts Reed Elizabeth Fay Robertson Sally Christine Rundquist Patricia Wynn Rusch Nancy Thrift Aston Judy Schleyer Blanton Hazel Jane Clements Caren Maynett Cox Carolyn Draeger SPRING INITIATES Sandra Elizabeth Ewell Susan Chappell Ford Sylvia Ann Grider Michelle Guillot Bobby Ann Harper Jerry Annette Marrou Gail Helen McBride Patricia Jean McClure Laura Elizabeth McNeil Kay Sutherland Barbara Jean Tosch HONORARY MEMBERS Josephine M. Chapman Helen Margaret Flinn Dorothy L. Gebauer Helen Hargrave Sue Correll James Thelma Lockwood FACULTY MEMBERS Etelka S. Lynn Margaret Peck Lucy Rathbone Joanne M. Ravel Nancy Richey Helen Tackett Joann Thompson Joan Farquhar Warburton 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. Front Row: Medina, Pace, Robertson, Reed, Predock. Second Row: Rundquist, Rusch, House, Drake, Bailev. Page 438 ORANGE JACKET OFFICERS President V ice-President . . . Secretary Treasurer Contact Chairman Contact Chairman Faculty Sponsor . . JUDITH SCHLEYER BLANTON MARY MANSON PULVER MICHELLE GUILLOT DINAH KAY HEISER CAROLINE OLSON SUSAN CHAPPELL FORD . MARY MILLER ARNOLD Judith Schleyer Blanton Mary Kathryn Buss Caren Maynett Cox Susan Chappell Ford Donna Lucia Guess Michelle Guillot MEMBERS Dinah Kay Heiser Surrenden Kay Hill Roberta Lee House Phyllis Marie Kazen Caroline Olson Mary Manson Pulver Esther Mary Roberts Patricia Jane Smith Barbara Jean Tosch Judy Jean White Susan Elizabeth Whitsit Rebecca Annette Wood Hazel Jane Clements Carolyn Sue Coker Jessica Royece Darling Alice Olivia Ford Helena Rebecca Frenkil FALL INITIATES Sylvia Ann Grider Helen Elizabeth Houston Carol Glee Ingram Jan Jopling Sally Anne Lehr Gail Helen McBride Patricia Jean McQure Maida Singer Sara Katherine Wells Ann Connor Brown Susan Brown Stephanie Jane Buchanan Vicke B. Caldwell Jane Carolyn Cowper Diane M. Dodson SPRING INITIATES Margaret Sue Dutton Judye Ann Galeener Bobbie Ann Harper Loyce Ann Katz Sandra Paul Love Philena Jane Morton Lois Nell Nelson Lilas Janice Shelby Isabell Smither Carolyn Soffar Leah Ann Weaver ORANGE JACKETS is composed of those girls of the sophomore and junior classes who are considered most repre- sentative. 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. Members 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. Front Row: S. Ford, Olson, Cuillot, Pulver, Blanton, Wood, Wells, McBride, Darling, Houston, Jopling. Second Row: Ingram, Buss, A. Ford, White, Roberta, Tosch, Clements, Grider, Coi, Frenkil. Third Rote: Coker, Lehr, McClure, Whitsit, Hill, Guess, Smith, House. Page 439 SPIRIT COMMITTEE. Chairman MARY GAYLE WEBER MEMBERS Tamara S. Babin Kathryn Ann Bailey Sandra Jay Barnes Charles Richard Barnhill Ed Barren Linda Bettell John Brooks Bradley Crozier Brown Carolyn Frances Cunningham Jessica Royece Darling Jane Elizabeth Darphin Rebecca Ruth Davis Martha Anne Dillard Carol Jane Eads Rita Jay Fagelman Laurence Garcia Earl Gattlen Bobby Allan Grigsby Nancy Kay Harrington Dinah Kay Heiser Mary Gayle Weber John Anthony Herring Priscilla Jane Hester Helen Hicks Sue Colgin Howell Steve D. Kane Carolyn Alexandria Kern Ida Marie Klein Robert James Lowe Lana Jo Massey Eddie Rebecca Maxey Bill Melton Monty Bill Price Mary Carol Rabun Mara Jo Raines Linda Lankford Robinson Raymond Neil Rosenthal Larry Lynn Schoenbrun Mary Katherine Sealy Suzanne Sorenson Jan Thomsen The ROYAL SPIRIT COMMITTEE functions mainly in co-ordinating the activities of the various campus organiza- tions so that school spirit will be increased. Representatives are chosen from the sororities, fraternities, and other organizations that have an interest in increasing school spirit. Front Row: Darling, Thomsen, Darphin, Barnes, Davis, Robinson, Klein, Unidentified, Unidentified, Bettell, Heiser. Second Row: Harrington, Maxey, Kern, Bailey, Sealy, Cunningham, Eads, Raines, Masaey, Weber. Third Row: Gattlen, Price, Kane, Garcia, Babin, Hicks, Dillard, Unidentified, Hester, Howell, Grigsby. Fourth Rote: Unidentified, Bradley, Brown, Herring, Unide ntified, Barnhill, Melton, Schoenbrun, Rosenthal. Page 440 AND OFFICERS Fall Spring RODNEY CURTIS KOENIG Captain WILLARD EDWARD JOHNSON WILLARD EDWARD JOHNSON First-Lieutenant GARY LYNN WOOD THOMAS GRAY GODFREY Second-Lieutenant CHARLES R. MITCHELL RUDOLPH VINCE KRUEGER First Sergeant ROBERT LEE CLARK Barry L. Biggs Pat English Clark Edwin Allan Cook John Casper Drolla, Jr. William George Egelhoff Sidney Kent Billue James Joseph Jaros Rodney Curtis Koenig Rudolph Vince Krueger James Earl Langley Richard Preston Breese James Milton Bruner John Maynard Chapman Robert Lee Clark Charles Marshall Finney ARMY ROTC Thomas Gray Godfrey William Green Hanshaw Richard Lee Henshel Eldon Lewis Jones Jerry Lynn Leadbetter Eugene Baines Manning William Cameron McCulloch Steven Michael Neuse Michael Wayne O ' Neill Jerry Carlton Price NAVAL ROTC Robert Wallar Looney Harold G. Lutz, Jr. Weldon Keene McDonald Eugene Warren McWhorter Steven George Mecham Charles R. Mitchell Russell Eugene Morrow Eddie Y. Newcombe AIR FORCE ROTC William Gilbert Fox James Michael Hinkle Willard Edward Johnson Jan Howard Julian David Haywood Mangum Benard John Marcak Jerome Milton McChristian Martin William Nakunz Kennert Allen Pfeil Milton Beverly Porter John Henderson Smither Nathaniel Parker Turner Gary Lynn Wood Robert Darrel Yoder Arthur Joseph Schmidt Frank Mills Shallene Terry Joe Witt Donald Lee Woods Robert Mayo Richards Donald Walter Schleicher Dennis Raymond Schmidt Jack Weldon Shelton SPRING PLEDGES Edgar Daniel Bailey Randall Harold Boyett Clarence Wharton Cole Robert Layton Collier Larry Jack Edgeman John Taylor Fan- William Waring Flannery, Jr. Kenneth Carl Fletcher Paul Faris Gilbert Mario Jesus Gonzalez Raymond Miller Hawkins Herbert Gayland Lyles Roger Albert Marien Thomas 0. Proffitt Wayne Maxwell Shull Louis E. Spradlin Sam R. Stanbery FACULTY MEMBERS Capt. William T. Ada ms, USAF Lt. Col. Robert L. Huffaker, USA Col. Herbert E. Brown, USA Lt. John G. McDermott, USNR 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 Row: Citric, Wood, McDermott, Huffakcr, Johnson, Mitchell, Billue. Back Rota: Manning, Drolla, Price, Turner, Breese, Schleicher, Henshel, Nakunz, Pfeil, Shelton, Bruner, Hinkle. Page 441 OFFICERS Fall WALTER TOM HENSON JAMES D. DANNENBAUM PEYTON LAMBETH TOWNSEND DAVID CHARLES KRISTYNIK Spring . . President JAMES D. DANNENBAUM Vice-President GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH . . Secretary LARRY L. SCHOENBRUN . Treasurer . . . EDWARD BRADFORD PICKETT MEMBERS William Lynn Aaron Kenneth Newt Andrews Bob Casey, Jr. Nathan Fred Cliett Robert Lewis Coffey Paul David Couch Travis Roy Crawford Thomas N. Crowell John Pat Culpepper James D. Dannenbaum William C. Davidson, Jr. Lowell S. Fink John Allen Genung Roger Gose Leon Norrod Graham Dick Hoskins Gregg Mike Austin Hatchell Jeff Hayes Walter Tom Henson Robert Cameron Hightower Magne Kristiansen David Charles Kristynik Lowell Henry Leberman, Jr. Arbon Jack Lowe Edgar Covey Nash Richard L. Nelson George A. Olson Edward Bradford Pickett Ellis Wynn Presson Arthur Lewis Schechter Larry L. Schoenbrun Luther Edward Scott, III Joe Shannon, Jr. George William Smith Peyton Lambeth Townsend Robert Allen Venable William Louis Wayne William Gratz Woodford Gary D. Aguren Michael Keith Armstrong Samuel Dotson Dibrell Gene Gifford Robert C. Greve FALL INITIATES Walter Dean Hester David Isadore Kuperman Bert Gentry Lee Jerry Richard Meyers Robert Stiles Patterson James Hoke Peacock, II Raymond Coy Poage, Jr. Kirkland G. Smith Marion David Standridge Don Larry Talbert Joseph Clark Thompson John McGill White Richard Dane Worthington Tommy Escdrige York SPRING INITIATES Wayne Fredric Aguren John R. Cope James William Dodson Julius Glickman Oliver Samuel Heard Thomas Buckner Hightower Michael Edward Jones Marshall Allin Leaffer Gregory Owen Lipscomb Robert A. Markowitz Jim Russell Smith Charles Dan Talbert John C. Treadwell Jack Russell Maguire HONORARY MEMBERS Calvin C. Nolen Richard S. Pryor 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. SILVER SPURS is responsible for the upkeep of Bevo, as well as performing other University services. Front Row: Hayes, Gifford, Crowell, Standridge, Henson, Kristynik, Pickett, Thompson, Meyers, Culpepper. Second Row: Nash, G. Aguren, Gregg, Andrews, Hatchell, Couch, Peacock, Worthington, Greve, K. Smith, Schoenbrun. Third Row: Dannenbaum, York, Poage, Hester, Kuperman, Venable, Townsend, Lee, D. Talbert, Wayne, Lowe, G. Smith. Page 442 SPOOKS Fall OFFICERS Spring SALLY CHRISTINE SEIDERS President LOYCE ANN KATZ MICHELLE GUILLOT V ice-President GLENADINE RUSSELL GLENADINE RUSSELL Service DONNA FAYE OBERPRILLER MAIDA SINGER Spirii TYRA ANN COX SALLY ANNE LEHR Secretary. BARBARA JEAN VESSELS HELENA REBECCA FRENKIL Treasurer. ETHEL LOWDON WILEY MARY KATHLEEN WEAVER Contact MARY KAY SMITH MARY TERRY HAUN Historian BONNIE CRENSHAW LINDA LANKFORD ROBINSON Royal Spirit Chairman PATRICIA ANN STEPHENS MARY JANE ASTON Foreign Student Chairman SANDRA PAUL LOVE KAY FRANKLIN Faculty Sponsor KAY FRANKLIN OR A AILEEN BENNETT Faculty Sponsor OR A AILEEN BENNETT SPOOKS Mary Jane Aston Ora Aileen Bennett Mary Joan Blazek Corrie Ann Crofts Jessica Royece Darling Katye Jo Duderstadt Carol Jane Eads Gay Ferguson Glenda Ann Finkelstein Kay Franklin Helena Rebecca Frenkil Margaret Bellmont Gray Judith Adele Hagood Mary Terry Haun Victoria Lee Hunter Alice Claire Jones Loyce Ann Katz Sally Anne Lehr Sandra Paul Love Kathleen Diane Malick Sue Ellen McClellan Mary Evelyn Merritt Kenny Sue Mills Kathleen Finley Moore Frances Ann Nussbaum Donna Faye Oberpriller Terry Park Mary Beth Price Linda Lankford Robinson Glenadine Russell Sally Christine Seiders Cynthia Shoptaw Maida Singer Mary Kay Smith Mary Kathleen Weaver Ethel Lowdon Wiley Charlotte Ann Zimmerman FALL SPOOKLETS Celeste Carol Bernbaum Tyra Ann Cox Bonnie Crenshaw Carolyn Frances Cunningham Denis Lynn Daly Rita Jay Fagelman Jean Ann Faulkner Margaret Ellen Foran Dixie Ann Gaddis Sandra Hays Frances Hill Hudson Joan Phyllis Hyman Karen Ann Kelly Joyce Evelyn Massingill Betty Joyce Moore Patricia Anne Ferryman Susan Key Pound Gregg Elaine Schafer Adrienne Schuppe Mary Katherine Sorden Patricia Anne Stephens Janet Lee Stern Barbara Jean Vessels Joyce Zwager SPRING SPOOKLETS Nelda Kay Becknell Patricia Diann Benningfield Genie Brackenridge Alexis Joan Brown Janet Borrett Brown Virginia Louise Castille Lois Diane Derouen Carol Eugenia Earl Delores Earls Barbara Carolyn Ellis Diane Kathleen Fitts Gloria Judene Grant Elizabeth Rose Greenfield Annette Hardin Constance Ann Harris Sharon Ann Plantowsky Karen Lunn Powell Mary Katherine Sealy Mary Ellen Shields Rachelle Vee Steinberg Judy Kathleen Wax Judith Isabel Wright Mary Jack Zimmerman SPOOKS is a service organization composed of three girls from each sorority and ten girls from the independent 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. Front Row: Con, Wiley, Vessels, Stephens, Katz, Seiders, Bennett, Crenshaw, Love, Russell, Smith. Second Row: Faulkner, Price, Brackenridge, Kelly Castille, A. Brown, Maier, C. Zimmerman, Massing!!!, B. Moore, -Grant, Earls, Steinberg, Harris, Derouen, Ben- ningfield, Hyman, Ferryman, Hardin. Third Row: J. Brown, Ellis, Robinson, Bicknell, Foran, Nussbaum, Hays, Shields. Fourth Row: Gaddis, Merritt, Shafer, Eads, Malick, Gray, Mills, K. Moore, Hunter, Duderstadt, Crofts, Wright, M. Zimmerman, Earl, Stern, Greenfield, Wager, Frenkil. Fifth Rote: Park, Finkelstein, Ridgway, Sorden, Singer, Kurd, Plantowsky, Powell, Hudson, Sealy, Wax, Cunningham, Fitts. Page 443 COU BGVS OFFICERS Fall Spring SAM SPARKS Foreman MICHAL BARRY GOTTEN BENJAMIN RUSH NORVELL Strawboss THOMAS WEIR LABATT RICHARD WOOLSEY CHOTE Horse Wrangler TERRY DOYT DILL MICHAEL McARTHUR Shotgun DON DALE ISETT THOMAS WEIR LABATT Camp Cook. . . WILLIAM DARRELL WILLERSON, JR. MEMBERS William Joseph Bailey George Richard Bettle Jack Bethel Brown David M. Carmichael Harold Dee Carter Richard Woolsey Chote Michael Ross Cooper Michal Barry Gotten Preston Garrett Craig Terry Doyt Dill Cal Lind Donsky Richard Alan Fogel Robert Earl Gurwitz James Carroll Herring, Jr. Edward Robertson Hewlett Don Dale Isett William Davis Jordan Rodney Curtis Koenig Thomas Weir Labatt William Taylor Lee, Jr. Robert Richard Lende Bruce Arlen Lipshy William Edward Matthews Michael McArthur Alonzo Perry McWilliams John LeGory Murchison Carl Albert Nentwich Benjamin Rush Norvell Monroe Ben Nowotny Franklin Ace Pickens Joe Thomas Powell Samuel Ira Rosson David Dee Russell James Everett Saxton, Jr. Sam Sparks Ronald Glen Steinhart Walter Jennings Taylor William Darrell Willerson, Jr. Terry Mitchell Wilson Donald Lee Woods Baylus Earls Bennett Lloyd H. Boudloche, Jr. Jack Altman Collins Louis Wood Englander FALL INITIATES Samuel Charles Giesey John Bruce Heath Robert Ellwood Jones Lenoir Moody Josey, III Charles Arthur Knutson Marvin Thomas Kubin William Allen Melton Frank Avery Mitchell, III Gerald Milton Most Donald Albert Porter, Jr. Raymond Neil Rosenthal Alfred Earl White. Jr. Clarence Vaughn Bray Tommy. Drew Cauthorn James Gary Cooper Robert Bynum Dorrell Michael Henry Erskine SPRING INITIATES Johnny Phillip Eschle Dan Adolph Fleckman Tommy Cline Ford Brian Peyton Hanson John Henry Heller Gary Allen Herman William Harold LaFont Harold Gilbert Lutz Darius Dudley Oldham Ned Price, Jr. Curtis Wayne Sebera Robert Allen Sewell 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 of service on the campus, became apparent. It has since been one of the most coveted honors in the University. Front Row: Craig, Fogel, Donsky, Lipshy, Most, Pickens, Wilson, Roseothal, Englander, Bennett, Melton, Willerson. Second Row: Matthew , Carter, Labatt, Knutson, Bettle, Steinhart, Brown, Ann Mobley, Kay Lewis, Isett, Rosson, Chote, Gurwitz, Sparks. Third Row: Mitchell, Kubin, White, Russell, Woods, Gotten, Giesey, Health, McWilliams, McArthur, Murchison, Josey, Boudloche, Lende. Koenig, Nentwich, Cooper, Bailey. Page 444 Page 445 " f$ AMEEN, ARFAN ZAKI, Baghdad, Iraq Chemistry AMMANN, BETTE SUE, Fort Worth Science Education ASGHARIAN, ABBASS, Tehran, Iran Physics ATIPATYA, LA WAN, Thonburi, Thailand Linguistics, Thai Students Association, Linguis- tics Society BAUGH, ANN, West Columbia Chemistry, AAA BOX, ROY EDGAR, JR., Corpus Christi Accounting, f Ae, t HE, BA , EPS, Outstanding AFROTC Sophomore BUTLER, TOM KELLY, Houston Finance, K2 COOKSEY, ALBERT BATTE, JR., Shreveport, La. Business Administration DAFASHY, WAGIH GADALLA, Cairo, Egypt Accounting, BA , Organization of Arab Students DOIG, LARRY JOSEPH, Victoria Mathematics DONELSON, ROBERT REED, Stratford Business Administration DUNAWAY, WILLIAM EDMON, Austin Geology EUBANKS, ISAAC DWAINE, McCamey Chemistry FREEMAN, PAUL S, Austin Geology GALLOWAY, GRAHAM, Stamps, Ark. Electrical Engineering GURECKY, BARBARA JANE, Cameron Journalism, TAX, Newman Club, Strike and Spare, Intramurals HADDAD, HADI M., Baghdad, Iraq Mathematics, Organization of Arab Students HALE, CLOVIS RAY, Morton Engineering, TBII, HKN, i H2, BSU, Engineering Fellow, Arnold Air Society, Wagner and Dwight Book Scholarships HOEPKEN, MARVIN EDWIN, Yorktown Mathematics, Teaching Assistant HSU, CHENG CHIEN, Taiwan, China Chemical Engineering JOUDAH, AHMED, Gaza, Palestine History KHALAF, ALI ALI MOH, Egypt Chemistry LEISTICO, DONOVAN ALLAN, Austin Mathematics, A t n, FA LUTHER, HOMER LEE, Houston Accounting, 2AK, American Finance Association, Society for the Advancement of Management MAASARANI, ALY, Gunnison, Colo. Management and Economics, IE, OXE, International Club, Organization of Arab Students MAHROUS, ABDEL HADI MOHAMED, Cairo, Egypt Accounting, Organization of Arab students MARTIN, GAYLE PATRICK, Stockdale Electrical Engineering, TBH, HKN, H2 MEYER, EDGAR FREDERICK, Dallas Chemistry, TA, Y MOODY, CHARLES OLIVER, Coleman Architecture, AIA NATIONS, KENNETH HARPER, San Antonio Radio-TV, AA2, NEA NEWMAN, THOMAS COPE, Fort Worth Psychology, X4 , Society for the Advancement of Management NICHOLSON, SAMUEL NEWTON, Camden, S. C. Junior College Administration, BSU, Kellogg Fellow Page 416 V n 1 NISBET, ALEX RICHARD, San Angelo Chemistry, A NOWOTNY, MONROE BEN, San Antonio Petroleum Engineering, KA, HI2, IIET, AIME, TSPE, Student Engineering Council, Assembly, Cowboys OLIAN, MAURICE SAMUEL, Bryan Journalism, TA t , SAX, Students ' Association Presi- dent, Students ' Association Vice-President, Most Outstanding Male Student, Friars, . 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Chemistry WEEMS, MASON LOCKE, VI, West Columbia Retailing WILLIAMS, ROY, JR., Cameron Latin-American Studies, IIKA YOUSEF, YOUSEF AZIZ, Alexandria, Egypt Sanitary Engineering, S3, Organization of Arab Students Page 447 f 1 hJ dH RRMI SENfORC ALLISON, ANN, Graham Elementary Education, nBl , Los Charros ALLMAN, LINDA ANYA, Dallas English, rl B, Daily Texan Staff, Cap and Gown, Union Com- mittees ALVERSON, DAN CARL, Itasca Radio-TV AMMANN, LESLIE G., Angleton Electrical Engineering, IRE, Southwestern Rocket Society ANDERSON, DOUGLAS, Austin Zoology, 24 E ANDERSON, MARY ELLEN, Weslaco Elementary Education, ACE, Westminster Student Fellowship ANDREASON, DORIS ELAINE, Galveston Elementary Education, Canterbury Club ANDRES, DAVID HARDY, Dallas Psychology, KSA, Freshman Council, Royal Spirit Com- mittee, Athenaeum APEL, ANN, Panhandle Journalism, 62 , Daily Texan Staff, Public Affairs Reporting Pro- gram APPLE, HAROLD FORREST, Dallas Mathematics ARAGE, PHILIP MAURICE, Victoria Zoology, Pre-Medical, 6X ARMSTRONG, ELIZABETH ANN, Baytown Pharmacy ARMSTRONG, NEAL EARL, Dallas Zoology ARNOLD, CHARLES B., Big Spring Mathematics ARNOLD, JAMES C., JR., Houston Business Administration, 6S, Society for Advancement of Management, Freshman Council, Round-Up, Freshman Football ARVIN, ALICE ANN, Harlingen Art Page 448 ACKER, JOHN WAYNE, Tyler Business Administration, Ai!I[ ADAMS, ALICE E., Austin Secondary Education, AAII, Assembly, Education Council, Spooks, Student Government and Union Committees, Y, Panhellenic, Uni- versity Co-Op Board, Varsity Carnival ADAMS, ARTHUR WESLEY, Midland Engineering Route to Business Administration, ATA, 2IE, Var- sity Baseball, T Association, Cowboys, Honor Roll ADAMS, ROBERT PHILLIP, DeKalb Mathematics ADAMS, SUSAN ELIZABETH, Austin Home Economics, AXS2, ON, Upperclass Advisor, Freshman Council, RIL, Y ADDINGTON, ALICE TAMM, Tyler Art Education, Art Students ' Association, Triggerettes, Cordettes, UTSA Council, Freshman Council ADLETA, THOMAS LAFFERTY, Dallas Business Administration, J A6 AGORASTOS, CONSTANTINE MICHAEL, Galveston Marketing Research, A2II, American Marketing Associa- tion, CBA Council AGUREN, GARY D., Austin Mechanical Engineering, TBII, IIT2, Student Engineering Council, Assembly, Silver Spurs, Engineering Fellow AGUREN, WAYNE FREDRIC, Austin Engineering Route to Business Administration, Society for Ad- vancement of Management, Round-Up, ASME, Freshman Council Advisor AKERS, JERRY WAYNE, Fort Worth Mathematics ALAMIA, ARTHUR ASOCAR, Palacios Business Administration, International Trade Club, Inter- national Club ALANIS, RENE ENERARDO, San Juan Petroleum Engineering, AIME, Society of Petroleum Engineers ALDRIDGE, JAMES ELDEN, Fort Worth Economics ALEXANDER, HELEN EUGENIA, Lubbock Russian, XfJ, Y, Russian Club, Spanish Club ALEXANDER, LYNN ANN, Dallas English, KA0, Spooks, Ashbel, Royal Spirit Committee, Freshman Council, Round-Up, Student Government and Union Committees ALKEK, EDWARD GENE, Victoria Industrial Management ALLBRITTON, MARY NELL, Port Arthur History, AXfi, Cap and Gown, SEA, Student Government Com- mittees ALLEN, ROBERT CHARLES, Dallas Chemistry, X ALLEN, TIM, Oklahoma City, Okla. Business Administration, KS, Varsity Baseball Iftjl JOfr f ASKEW, BETTY LOUISE, Amarillo Secretarial Studies, AXfl, AAA, BF2, Y, Union Committees ASKEW, HUBERT CARL, Houston Pharmacy, J i;K ASTON, JAMES CARROLL, Houston Marketing Research, f 2K, AZII, Union Committees AUSTIN, ELIZABETH ANNE, Austin Government, C p and Gown, Cactus Staff, Westminster Student Fellowship AVANT, GAYLE ROYCE, Mercedes Government and Economics, Wesley Foundation AVERY, FRED HAROLD, Mt. 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Pleasant Engineering Route to Business Administration, A J2, So ciety for the Advancement of Management, Insurance So- ciety BLASINGAME, DONALD HENRY, Houston Business Administration, 63, Varsity Football, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Marketing Association BLAYLOCK, GLENN WATTS, Dallas Finance, KA BLOUNT, TOM BURRUS, San Augustine Zoology BLUM, FRED ANDREW, JR., Austin Physics, t BK, 2112, H2, Junior Fellow BLUMENTRITT, JOE EDWARD, Iraan Chemistry, AEA, Wesley Foundation BODDEN, NIX O ' BRIEN, Cuero Chemical Engineering, AX2, A MJ, TBII, AIChE, AROTC BOEHM, MARY MARGARET, Gonzales Elementary Education, AAA, SEA BOGER, JAMES ALLEN, Wichita Falls Pre-Medical, Zoology BOGGS, JOAN GARDNER, Austin English BOGY, SONDRA KAY, West Columbia Secondary Education, BSU, SEA, Turtle Club, Cap and Gown BOHN, JOHN WILLIAM, Austin Business Administration BOHNERT, REUBEN EDWARD, Comfort Architecture BOLLINGER, JESS BAILEY, JR., Alice Psychology, Pre-Medical BOLTON, CHARLES ERVIN, Jacksonville Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, American Finance Society, American Marketing As- sociation BOLTON, GEORGE WADE, Corpus Christi Electrical Engineering, AIEE BONNETT, CHARLES ROSS, Austin Transportation, ANA Page 450 1962 BOOTH, NANCY ANN, Port Arthur Spanish, AXfJ, Freshman Council, Union Committees BOOTHE, ROSS, JR., Gonzales History BOSTWICK, ROBERT ORVILLE, Austin Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement BOUDREAUX, EDWARD ALPHA, JR., Houston Economics, II2A, OXE, Athenaeum, Oratorical Association BOWERS, HELEN JOYCE, Baytown English BOWERS, SALLY VIRGINIA, Athens, Ga. 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Y. Page 493 Bp -Tr 4 I till Spivey, Lindsey Garland. Waco Spivey, William Earl. Houston Stanley, Myra Anne, Amarillo Stanton, Gerry Elbert, Houston Stark, Leslie Vernon, Forney Sterner, Nancy Jean, Garland Stevens, Jimmy Lawson, Amarillo Stevenson, Beverly Ann, Port Arthur Steves, Fred Benteen, Houston Stettner, Linda Carolyn, Houston Stocking, Don Allen, Amarillo Stokes, Robert Clive, West Columbia Stolz, Sharon, Dallas Stone, David Locke, Portales, N. Mex. Stone, Jackie Lee, Taylor Stilwell, Richard B., Houston Streit, Roland Francis, Odessa Suen, Carol Ann, Houston Sullivan, Frances Langley, Austin Sumners, Martha Roberta, Houston Supulver, Sidney Richard, Fort Worth Swift, Susan Elizabeth, Houston Talley, Drue, Corpus Christ! 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Roscher, Barbara Ann, Austin Rosengarten, Richard Ellis, Los Angeles, Calif. 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Trevino, Daniel Louis, Edinburg Trevino, Samuel John, Mission Trimble, Susan Carter, Orange Trubenbach, Marilyn Elayne, Dallas Tucker, Judy, Austin Turbiville, Frances Eugenia, Llano Page 507 f tilt Turlington, Ruby Coylene, Austin Tuttle, William Kelley, Dallas Vaccaro, Lawrence Frank, Jr., Stafford Valle, Calixto, III, Rio Grande City Vance, Jackie Ann, Texas City Vance, Joan Gayle, Houston Vance, Lyle Reed, Corpus Christi Vaughan, Suzanne, Houston Veazey, James Gary, Midland Very, Linda Joyce, Richardson Vigna, Phyllis, Amarillo Villarreal, Ruth Maxine, Austin Villarreal, Victor Xavier, Eagle Pass Voight, Jane Ramsey, Houston von Werssowetz, Sandra Marie, Gonzales Waggoner, George Martin, Deer Park Walker, Claud Bradford, Taylor, La. 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" life 4Ufc Am r Wm r V ' + ' + Bain, Walter Mathis, San Antonio Baker, Caroline Susan, Corpus Christi Baker, Carroll Ann, Edinburg Baker, Jeannette Selman, Houston Baker, Joe Bob, Lubbock Baker, John Olice, Pasadena Baldridge, Georgie Carlene, Midlothian Ball, Bunny, Jacksonville Ball, Jimmy Lee, McKinney Balkman, Patricia Sue, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 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Boyd, Bette Lois, Austin Boyd, Bette Maxine, Corsicana Boyle, Lawrence Patrick, Mullin ) 4 4 J Jt Aft t Brackenridge, Genie, Taylor Bradford, Alfred Gwinn, San Antonio Bradford, Eddie, Sweetwater Bradley, Judith Carol, Waco Bradley, Judith Gayle, Hereford Bradley, Steven Earl, Alice Bradshaw, Reagan Franklin, Lufkin Brandenburg, Allen Eugene, Dallas Brandt, Terry L., Tarpley Brantley, Cynthia Louise, Port Arthur Brazziel, Bonner, Palestine Breazeale, Frank Pierce, Ore City Breed, David Al, Austin Brehm, Joan Ann, Cibolo Brehan, Michael Shane, San Antonio Brenner, Marvin Joseph, San Antonio Brewton, James Robert, Mineral Wells Brindley, Hanes, Temple Brindley, Martha Love, Temple Brodsgaard, Linda Laura, Danevang Broman, Margaret Claire, Austin Brookes, Leigh Warren, Sweetwater Brooks, Penelope, Hillsboro Brooksaler, Doris Marian, Dallas Brougher, Margaret Ann, Houston Broughton, Diann, Houston Broumley, Thomas Charles, McGregor Broussard, Stephen LaFleur, Houston Brown, Alexis Joan, San Antonio Brown, Arthur Bryant, Waco Brown, Barbara Ann, Dallas Brown, Charles Rex, II, Marshall Brown, Garry Dale, Mertens Brown, Julia Ann, Fort Worth Brown, Mabeth, Austin Brown, Marsha Jeanne, San Marcos Brown, Russell Eugene, Ferris Brown, Samuel David, La Grange Brown, Sharon Dee, Houston Browning, Emily Bryant, San Antonio Browning, Kenneth Merle, Houston Brownlee, Norman Edward, III, Fort Worth Page 511 Chiles, Jerry Edmond, Fort Worth Chionsini, Jean Lynette, La Marque Chism, Estha Willborn, Houston Chisum, Eunice Ann, Wichita Falls Christopher, Jimmy Roy, Fort Worth Cissik, John Henry, McGregor Clark, Ann Frances, Sweetwater Clark, Donna Lou, Spearman Clark, Kay Diane, Dallas Clark, Mark Wayne, Wichita Falls Cleveland, Frances Anne, San Antonio Clift, Charles Wilson, Kerrville Clinton, Bennie Jean, Dallas Coates, Harold Vaughn, Houston Cobb, William Charles, Austin Cochran, Otis Fielding, Stamford Cochran, Verlene Linda, Buckholts Cody, Gary Dale, Dallas Coe, Carolyn Lee, Grand Prairie Cohen, Martin William, San Angelo Cohn, Carol Lee, Houston Cohn, Frances Pauline, Austin Coil, Vernon Lee, Dallas Cole, Robert Bruce, McLean, Va. 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Pleasant Hitchcock, John William, Houston Hocott, Gail, Houston Hoffer, Sharon Ann, Beaumont Hoffman, Frank McKinley, Uvalde Hollingsworth, Jean Ivy, Port Arthur Holloway, R andolph Clark, Brownwood Holman, Susan Jane, Houston Holmans, Sharon Lynn, Austin Holt, Sam Henry, Austin Hoover, Robert David, Harlingen Hopkins, Jo Lynne, Fort Worth Houston, Beulah Suebeth, Llano Howell, Sue Colgin, Bryan Howell, Virginia del, Richmond Howze, Harmon Harold, Grand Prairie Hruska, Barry Jan, Waco Hudkins, Mary Kathleen, Dallas Hudson, Francis Hill, Fort Worth Hudson, Malcolm Lee, Wichita Falls Huffaker, Judy Lynn, Greenville Hughes, Terry Lynn, Odessa Hultman, Stanley Stephen, Corpus Christi Hummel, Jackie Alwyn, Naples Humphries, Diana Daye, Austin Hurt, Randolph Dabney, Jr., Midland Hutchins, William Lester, Brownwood Hyman, Joan Phyllis, San Antonio Iber, Beverly Ann, Houston Jackson, James Horace, Dallas Jackson, Judy Ann, Del Rio Jackson, Mary Lee, Raymondville Jamail, Victoria Ann, San Antonio Jamison, Judith Anne, Houston Jamison, Pamela, Houston Janssen, Mary Elizabeth, Corpus Christi Jares, Donald Frederick, West Page 516 FRESHMEN Hardy, William Trainor, Jr., Hondo Hare, Robert Jay, Galveston Harman, Bonnie Katrine, Happy Harmon, Jerry Henderson, Childress Harmon, Winona Frances, Austin Harper, Jamie Jean, Longview Harrington, Nancy Kay, Longview Harrington, Sue, Houston Harris, Barbara Dianne, Pasadena Harris, David A., Sweetwater Harris, Marilyn Kay, San Antonio Harris, Mary Ann, Bryan Harriss, Robert Preston, Rockdale Hart, Rose Ann, Gilmer Hartley, Suzanne, Pharr Hartman, Darla Jean, Corpus Christi Hartman, Nancy Ann, Victoria Haskett, Billy Lloyd, Katy Hawkins, Otto Lewis, Livingston Hawn, William Hewit, Corpus Christi Hays, Sandra, Dallas Hebert, Cynthia Ann, Houston Heinemann, Frank Willard, Corpus Christi Heinen, John Randolph, New Braunfels Heins, Timothy Drath, Dallas Hendrickson, Martha Sue, Weimar Hennessey, Peter John, II, San Antonio Henry, Mary Evelyn, Palestine Henry, Stephen Michael, San Antonio Hensley, Clyde Westbrook, Garland Herdman, Charles William, Waco Hermann, Nancy Jean, Taylor Hernandez, Gloria Stella, Austin Herndon, Robert Louis, Fort Worth Herring, Diane, Cotulla Herson, Paul Kenneth, Dallas Hester, Fred William, Jr., Houston Hester, Priscilla Jane, Houston Hetherington, James Melton, Marlin Hewitt, Patricia Ann, Houston Heyen, Richard Durfee, Houston Higgins, Alane, Austin ffW fl ' ' 4Mt fl OP 1 965 Jenkins, Catherine Vivien, Houston Jenkins, Shirley Ann, Hankamer Jensen, Kenneth Lynn, Austin Jensen, Robert Edward, Houston John, Philip James, Jr., Floresville Johnson, Alan Keith, Ft. Huachuca, Ariz. Johnson, Carol Ann, Abilene Johnson, Hubert Dee, Jr., Dallas Johnson, John William, Abilene Johnson, Marcia Ann, Orange Jones, Alfred Blakely, Jr., Hallsville Jones, Carl Marvin, Abilene Jones, Donna Mae, Austin Jones, Harold Glenn, Abilene Jones, Margaret Anne, Dallas Jones, Monroe Wayne, Dallas Joor, Nancy Ruth, Houston Jordan, Frank Michael, Liberty Jordan, Rosemary, Gladewater Jud, Gustav Donald, Galveston Juncker, Leonard Nelson, Beaumont Justiss, Larry Glen, Mt. Pleasant Kallman, Glen Harris, Austin Kalmans, Monte Sue, Houston Kamrath, James Robert, Houston Kanter, Royce Elaine, Dallas Kapiloff, David Phillip, Houston Kasparik, Edward Norman, Houston Kaufhold, Rodney Patterson, Dickinson Reach, William Carroll, Robstown Keeney, Sandra Sue, Dallas Kelfer, Adrianne Ann, San Antonio Kelly, Karen Ann, Midland Keltner, Kenneth Marvin; Houston Kelty, Diane Chloe, San Antonio Kendall, William Howard, Dallas Kendrick, Judith Diane, Austin Kennedy, Alexander Rodger, Irving Kennedy, Larry Joe, Austin Kennedy, Sharon Lee, Galveston Kerr, James Herman, Houston Key, Karen Suzanne, Dallas Kilgore, John Michael, Baytown King, Ambrose Dow, Austin Kinman, Monard Lamar, Jr., San Antonio Kirshbaum, Daniel Robert, Tyler Kistler, Allison Clay, II, Clinton-Sherman AFB, Okla. Klaeveman, Ivie James, San Antonio Klein, Joel Harvey, San Antonio Klein, Joyce Thelma, Brownfield Klerekoper, Martha Jane, Houston Kline, Stephen Marvin, Houstoji Kloesel, Gale Eugene, San Angelo Knerr, Donna Lynn, Houston Knight, Thomas Dale, Gruver Kohnert, Donna Jeannine, Houston Kokernot, Mabel Joy, Victoria Kolius, Catherine Anne, Houston Kotar, Frank Vincent, Houston Kriegel, Kathleen, Houston Kriegel, Owen August, Houston Krivan, James Frank, Uvalde Kroney, Ellen, Dallas Kruse, Janis Elaine, West Krzywonski, Gerri Elaine, Austin Kubala, Frances Marie, Houston Kuehnert, Fred Thomas, Houston Kunze, Julia Ann, Corpus Christi Kush, Joseph Michael, Corpus Christi Labban, Harvey Michael, Corsicana Lack, Stanley Allen, McAllen Lackey, William David, Brownfield Lake, Jeanne Ann, Marshall Lamberth, Royce Charles, San Antonio Lamm, Martha Louise, Krum Lanham, Celene Dora, Silverton LaPlant, Suzanne Marie, El Paso LaPoint, James Andrew, Nederland Lasater, Jan Mason, Dallas Laughlin, Ronald Patrick, Goldthwaite Lauzon, Ruth Ann, Angleton Lavender, James Arthur, Dallas Law, Carol Lynne, Belton Lawler, William Ross, Austin Pge 517 o n FRESHMEN Laws, Jerry Lynn, Seymour Lawson, Lamar Eugene, Port Arthur Lee, Jerry Ann, Greenville LeFlore, John Frederick, San Antonio Leifeste, Terry Gilbert, Austin Lentz, Fred Robert, Austin Leventhal, Victor, Dallas Levin, Sonja Gail, Brownsville Levinson, Anita Helen, Dallas Levitt, Carol Joan. Midland Levy, Ben Michael, Dallas Lewis, Jenny Lou, Longview Lewis, Kathryn Sue, Houston Lewis, Tracy Lynn, Amarillo Lieberman, Charles Edward, Houston Lindahl, Gary Lewis, Austin Lindsey, Annette, Del Rio Lipscomb, Warren Neilson, Jr., Victoria Little, William Sterling, Houston Loewenstern, Norman Bernard, Houston Logan, Tedra Jean, San Angelo Long, Lowell Edward, La Marque Longley, Joe Kenneth, Fort Worth Longwood, Sherry Ann, San Antonio Looney, Sandra Jean, Houston Loyd,, Dinah Grace, Houston Mabry, Vernon Marshall, Houston Maddox, Lula Belle, Palacios Maddux, James ' Snowden, III, Beaumont Magee, Katherine Cinderella, Dilley Magee, Richard E., Jr., Pasadena Mahan, Terry Lee, Fort Worth Mahr, Ronald Lee, Houston Major, William David, Dallas Manferd, Elliott, Houston Mann, Dennis Arthur, Dallas Mann, Elva Lynne, Baytown Mann, Howell Wesley, Pasadena Mann, James Truman, Edgewood Mann, Terri Beth, El Paso Marek, Sandra Ann, Waco Marks, Nancy Ann, Wichita Falls Marsh, George Howell, Jr., Austin Marshall, Alice Ann, Austin Marshall, Dan Howell, II, Holliday Martin, Pamela Ann. Houston Martinez, Ray Salcido, Fort Stockton Martinez, Richard Manuel, Del Rio Maser, Sandra Lee, Galveston Mason, Elizabeth Ann, Austin Massengale, Carol Ann, Austin Massey, Bert Vee, Brownwood Massey, Lana Jo, Teague Massey, Ronald William, Austin Massin, Michele Rae, Galveston Mathews, Russell Osborne, Anpleton Mattison, Harold Wayne, Houston Mauthe, William Louis, Karnack Maxfield, Janie, Wichita Falls Maxson, Susan Diane, Llano Maxwell, Richard D., Corpus Christi Mayes, Robert Buchanan, Sheridan Mays, William Lackey, San Antonio McAdams, Kathi Lee, Houston McAdon, John William, Midland McAvoy, Richard James, Lufkin McBrayer, Melbu Joan, Pasadena McCann, John Mack, Houston McCarroll, Jimmy Molloy, Fort Worth McCary, Roger Glynn, Freeport McCaskill, John Walton, South Houston McCasland, Ralph Pike, Lubbock McClintock, Martha Zoe, Austin McClure, Sherry Lynn, Anahuac McCorkle, Tom Scott, Jr., Dallas McCoy, Sberilyn Ann, Austin McCullough, Georganne Wendell, Pharr McDonald, Carolyn Marie, Waco McDonald, Stanley Clifton, Austin McDowell, James Melville, Dallas McFarland, Don, Sutherland Springs McGahan, Thomas Houston, Amarillo McGinn, Kathleen Louise, Houston McHale, Ann Aloha, Dallas Mcllheran, Melissa, Weslaco McKee, Gerald Wesley, Killeen McKenzie, Danny Fred, Houston McKinley, Martha Lee, Marlin McKinnis, James Albert, Corpus Christi McLean, William Patrick, Ponce, Puerto Rico Page 518 OF 1 965 McMahon, Fred Hagen, Jr., Midland McMakin, Richard A., Arlington, Va. McMaster, Judith Ann, Jasper McNair, Janice Kay, Lufkin McNary, William Houston, Midland McNeill, Jane Lauchlin, Dallas McPherson, Allen Keith, Midland McStay, John Dee, Vernon Meadows, Sandra Lee, Waco Medaris, Billie Bess, Garland Mehr, Carolyn Washburn, Houston Melton, Janice Diane, Lufkin Mendelson, Patricia Karen, Austin Mers, Robert Cully, Beaumont Metcalf, Dennis Malone, Fort Worth Metschan, Joseph Michael, Austin Meyer, Nancy Ellen, Dallas Middleton, Charles Buford, Denison Miers, Wayne Earle, San Antonio Miller, Cazzie Madelyne, Dallas Miller, Donald DeWayne, Amarillo Miller, Edgar Allen, Dallas Miller, Janet Lee, Houston Miller, Polly Ann, Austin Ming, Hawkins, West Helena, Ark. Minter, Larry Vaughn, Houston Mitcham, Frank Marion, Dallas Mitchell, Anitha Theresa, Dallas Moll, William Leo, Beaumont Money, David Lee, Irving Monken, Marvin Henry, San Antonio Monkhouse, Laura Clegg, Houston Moon, Nancy Ann, Edwards, Calif. Moore, Marta Elizabeth, Tyler Moore, Murray Winn, Dallas Moore, Paul Wayne, Dallas Moran, Sandra Lee, Dallas Morehead, Gail Agnes, Greenville Moreland, Maxine Sylvia, Dayton Morgan, Jean Janette, Grand Prairie Morgan, Joyce Louise, San Antonio Morgan, Phyllis LeRoy, Austin rftist J tflfe i A n n Morgan, Robert Cochran, Longview Moritz, Carolyn Ramsay, Dallas Morris, John Howard, Houston Morris, William Wallace, Albany, Ga. Morse, Laurie Jean, Lewisville Moses, Charlie Lou, Galveston Mosteller, Jimmy Harold, Austin Moyer, George Richard, Henrietta Murfee, Susan Willouise, Lubbock Murphy, James Colin, Austin Muse, Edward Tucker, Austin Muse, James Morris, Paris Musgrave, Philip Cebern, Jr., San Antonio Muth, Sharon Joyce, Houston Myers, Johnnie Bee, Carey Myers, Margaret Patricia, San Antonio Myers, Patricia Louise, San Antonio Myers, Susan Jane, Amarillo Nagle, Gay Trabue, Houston Nathan, Martin Robert, Houston Neal, Beverly Gale, Houston Neal, Charles Granville, Dallas Neely, Diane Cecile, Dallas Neely, Michael Dixon, Amarillo Neese, Aureline, Raymondville Nelson, Ralph Norman, Jr., Dallas Nelson, Rebecca Alice, Beaumont Newberry, Dennise, Dallas Nichols, William Terry, Dallas Niemann, Sandra Darlene, Sinton Niemczura, Benne Kathirene, Brownwood Nixon, Charles William, Houston Noblitt, Becky Gene, Richardson Nordquist, Richard King, San Antonio Norman, Douglass Finley, Houston Northcutt, Frances Marian, Dayton Nytko, Edward Charles, Chicago, 111. Oakley, Leslie Ann, Texas City O ' Connor, Michol Mary, Houston O ' Crowley, Sharon Ann, Brownsville Odam, John William, Abilene Odom, Donald P., Jr., Houston O ' Keefe, Judith Ann, Houston Oldham, Harriet Elaine, Houston Oliver, Georgia Ruth, Austin Oliver, Jack Alon, Vernon O ' Neal, Shirley LaVerne, Lometa Orr, John Mack, Dallas Page 519 . . . . Orr, Mary Jay, Odessa O ' Shea, Sharon Patricia, Houston Ostler, Nellie Jane, Dallas Owen, Lynn Ellen, San Antonio Owens, Cynthia Jo, Austin Packwood, Lois Celeste, Richardson Pape, James Mark, Caldwell Pape, Sondra Charlyne, Fayetteville Pappas, Gus Harry, Dallas Parker, Joan, Houston Parker, Patricia Kay, San Antonio Parker, Robert Foster, Houston Parker, Ronald Charles, Wylie Parker, Sam David, Orange Parker, Sharon June, Houston Parker, Warren Dennis, Eagle Lake Parkhurst, Shirley Jean, Orange Parrish, Patricia Ann, Goliad Parsley, David Leslie, Georgetown Partridge, Donna Kay, Munday Patten, Olivia Anne, Austin Patterson, Elena Helen, Big Spring Patterson, Jerry Michael, Lamesa Patterson, Linda Ann, Houston Patton, Larry Rogers, Vernor. Patton, Matthew Robert, Killeen Paull, Sandra Elaine, Birmingham, Ala. Pauly, Kristin Ann, Paris Payne, John Thurman, Denver, Colo. Payne, Robert Lyles, Austin Peacock, Priscilla Jean, Austin Peal, Linda Jean, Austin Pearson, Wesley Hollis, Austin Peel, Amanda Sue, Alice Pena, Juan Paz, Fort Stockton Pendleton, David Wesley, Dallas Penn, Frances Elizabeth, Midland Penn, Robert Earl, Midland Perez, Maria Josefa, San Diego Peschka, Lana JoAnn, Austin Peterson, George Waldron, San Antonio Peterson, Richard Raymond, Austin Peterson, Sharon Sue, San Antonio Petty, Myra Kay, Texarkana Phair, George Allan, Houston Phair, Glenda Gay, Houston Phillips, Martha Jo, Harlingen Phillips, Nancy Arlene, Tyler Philip, Catherine Mabel, Beaumont Pickering, Lynne Ave, San Antonio Pickle, Richard Edmund, Garland Pinkney, Fred Coatsworth, Austin Pippert, Elvin Burnett, Houston Pittenger, Martha Marie, Austin Plambeck, Linda Rae, Houston Podolnick, Blossom Kanova, Austin Pohl, Nancy, Austin Porter, John Richard, Houston Porter, Priscilla Jane, Bryan Porterfield, William Reeder, Fort Worth Post, Haroletta Kay, Dallas Potts, Herman Scott, Victoria Powell, John Darrell, Houston Powell, Marsha Dale, Edinburg Preiss, Charles Roy, Houston Preston, Frances, Newgulf Prewett, Sharon Kay, Austin Price, Laura Lynn, Waco Provine, Jack Cecil, Fort Worth Purcell, Frenchy Charlene, Luling Purcell, Kathleen Ruth, Longview Purman, Annetta May, Odessa Putnam, Linda Mauri, Midland Quantock, Betty May, Houston Raesener, Patricia May, Llano Raines, Mara Jo, Palestine Rainey, Alice Anne, Houston Ramsey, Prudence Kay, McCamey Ransom, Christopher Joseph, San Antonio Raschke, Sylvia Ann, Fort Worth Ratliff, Gary Lee, El Paso Rea, Judith Ellen. Lake Jackson Reddick, Harold Knipp, Arlington Reed, James Earl, Conroe Reed, Keith Bernard, Dallas Reed, Pat, Dallas Reed, Wayne Stanley, Jr., Silver Reese, Morris Marcus, Jr., Cotulla Regan, Woodward Clement, Jr., Port Lavaca Reinhart, Johnston, Fort Worth Page 520 tif ft OF 1 965 Reneau, Linda Lou, Springfield, Va. Rhoten, Ronald Paul, Fort Worth Riba, Carolyn, Austin Rice, Elaine Lee, Longview Richards, Elizabeth Eugenia, Austin Richards, Helen Elizabeth, Cuero Richardson, J. Ross, Houston Richardson, Susan Ann, Houston Richmond, Claire Elizabeth, Bryan Riegner, Susan Ruth, Groves Riley, Patsy V., Jefferson Ripley, Sherri Louise, Del Rio Ripps, Ronald Stephen, Las Vegas, Nev. Ritter, Jerry Lynn, Wichita Falls Ritzwoller, Steven William, Fort Worth Robb, Nancy Kay, Galena Park Roberson, Lois Ann, Jacksonville Roberts, Jo Sharon, Lyford Roberts, Mary Beth, Kirbyville Robertson, Tommy Royce, Karnack Robinson, Michael Grant, Austin Robinson, Richard Lee, Mineral Wells Rockey, Stanley Dee, Corpus Christi Rodgers, Eileen, Dallas Rodgers, Erbie L., Jr., Rotan Rogers, Anne Wright, Dallas Rogers, Jean Worth, Nacogdoches Rogers, Linda Sue, Vernon Rogers, Nancy Edith, San Antonio Rogers, Sunell, Sulphur Springs Rogers, Terry Wilson, Fort Worth Rohde, Dorothy Dianne, Hitchcock Roland, Patricia Ann, San Antonio Rooney, Annie Foster, Fort Stockton Roos, Marcia Allen, San Antonio Roos, Sharon Lynn, Midland Roosth, Thomas Malcolm, Tyler Resales, Vivian Rose, San Antonio Rosenheim, Joyce Faye, Corpus Christi Rosenthal, Harriet Ellen, Dallas Rosenthal, Lynn Rae, Houston Roshton, Mary Lou, Bellaire Ross, Daniel Lloyd, Carthage Ross, James Harry, Corpus Christi Ross, Sheila Jane, Lake Jackson Rothkop, Harriet Cyrelle, Houston Rountree, Sharon Sue San Angelo Rowland, Nancy Kay, DeLeon Rubfey, Marian Seward, Houston Rubin, Joel Edward, Dallas Rucker, Suzanne Kay, Jacksonville Ruggles, Hugh Mac, Wichita Falls Ruinsey, Brooke Bennett, Travis A.F.B., Calif. Runnels, Pollard Rhode, Terrell Rusche, Sylvia Lorraine, Fredericksburg Russell, Robert Traylor, Mt. Pleasant Rutherford, Mary Austin, San Antonio Ryan, Susan Elizabeth, Talco Ryder, James Steven, Berkeley Heights, N. J. Rylander, Nikki Gay, Buda Sachnowitz, Gary Wayne, San Antonio Sample, Donna Sue, Lewisville Samuelson, Leah Ann, Houston Sanchez, Jeanine Marie, Brownsville Sandgarten, Michael David, Austin Sands, Cinda Sue, Houston Santa Ana, Raul, McAllen Santos, Santiago, Jr., McAllen Satterwhite, Rodney Wayne, Midland Saunders, John Monroe, Baytown Savage, James Eldon, Houston Sawyer, Arra Lou, Austin Saxton, Perry Curtis, Garland Schaefer, William Edward, Atlanta Schaeffer, William Bradley, Jr., Houston Scheffe, Stephen Lee, Houston Schiller, Roberta Ann, Bryan Schlather, Gloria Jean, New Braunfels Schmidt, Lyn Lee, Harlingen Schmidt, Maureen Ellen, Austin Schuehle, John R., Hondo Schwartz, Leonard Jay, San Antonio Schwartz, Susan Harriet, Austin Schweers, Lon Clarence, San Antonio Schwippel, Paula Nelle, Houston Scott, Janet Joan, Houston Scriven, Margaret, San Antonio Sealy, Mary Katherine, Fort Worth Sealy, Nancy, Midland Seaver, Charles Robert, Austin Page 521 See, La Val Minnie, Snook Segal, Steven Lee, Dallas Sekaly, Becky Elizabeth, Galveston Sellers, Diane Eden, Orange Serber, Ronald Morton, San Antonio Sewell, John Caleb, Dallas Shafer, Gregg Elaine, Dallas Shamberg, Richard Brock, Corpus Christi Shannon, James Edward, Houston Sharpe, Mary Patricia, Austin Shaw, Robert Evan, Jr., Wichita Falls Shaw, Susan Deranda, Amarillo Shelton, Florence Lorraine, Mobile, Ala. Shelton, Janet, Dallas Shelton, Michael, Tulia Shepard, Patricia Ann, Pasadena Sheperd, George Buell, Austin Sherrill, Linda Elise, Dallas Shields, Mercedes Emma, Laredo Shirley, Susan, Houston Shockley, Suzanne, Waco Shuler, Michael Stevens, Haltom City Shults, Gail Clare, Dallas Shurtleff, Leslie Dan, Rankin Siegel, Louis Jay, Dublin Simpson, Larry Joe, Rankin Singleton, Don James, Pasadena Sitton, Judith Ann, Cisco Skipper, Roy McLean, Crockett Skolnik, Burton, Houston Slade, Suzanne Cory, Meridian Smith, Bea Ann, Midland Smith, Cathey Ann, Colorado City Smith, Charles William, San Antonio Smith, Elizabeth Irene, Austin Smith, Jack Wilson, Marlin Smith, James Henry, Houston Smith, James Olan, Buda Smith, James Robert, Houston Smith, Lawrence Shannon, Dallas Smith, Louis James, San Benito Smith, Sheron Sue, Austin Smith, Theresa Anne, Houston Snell, Helen Marie, Lampasas Snyder, Jeri Lynn, Midland SoRelle, Mark August, Amarillo Sorensen, Frances Claire, Lyford Sorenson, Suzanne, College Station Soules, Dorrace Nell, Hamilton Sowder, Karen Janice, El Campo Spacek, Ann Louise, Granger Speed, Robert Monroe, Midland Spence, James William, Bryan Spence, Mary Patricia, Austin Spencer, Helen Mae, Corpus Christi Sprowl, Myrna Kay, San Antonio Staggs, Marvin Alton, Abilene Stalarow, Leah Sonja, Pasadena Stallard, Susan, Fort Worth Stampes, William Bennett, Dallas Stansell, Brenda Gayle, Gladewater Staples, Nancy Jane, Austin Stapleton, Simon Garden, Houston Starr, Duane Martin, Wake Village Starr, Judy Lynn, Charlotte Steib, Karen Ann, Harlingen Stein, James Daniel, Hempstead Steinberg, Rochelle Vee, Omaha, Nebr. Stepczyk, Frank Michael, Killeen Stephens, Judith Carol, Houston Stephens, Maynard Darrell, Wichita Falls Stephens, Patricia Anne, Dallas Stern, Barbara Sue, San Antonio Stevens, Bobbye Jean, Galveston Stevens, John Walker, Roswell, N. Mex. Stevenson, Joycelyn Ann, Fort Worth Stewart, James Alexander, Houston Stigall, Zane Arnold, San Gabriel Stiles, Sue Alyce, Schofield Bks., Hawaii Stolier, Alan Jerry, New Orleans, La. Stone, Tabor Rodger, Austin Stone, Warner Edward, Texas City Stotts, Paul Alan, Dallas Stovall, James Ronald, Dallas Strader, Charlene Elizabeth, Bellaire Stradinger, Janet Elizabeth, Bellaire Streater, Barbara Anne, Dallas Street, Malcolm Boyd, Graham Strickland, Jack Vernon, Randolph AFB Stroup, Nancy Kay, Irving Page 522 fri ,fc nfi t OF 1 965 Styron, Lucina Kay, Houston Sullender, Rebecca Sue, Florence, Ala. Sullivan, Patricia Ann, Wellington Summers, Donna Gail, Dallas Summers, Kenneth Travis, Denison Surber, Elizabeth Susan, San Antonio Suttles, James Charles, Jr., Houston Sutton, William Ralph, San Antonio Swahn, Patricia Jeanne, Richardson Swank, Jo Anna, Victoria Swanson, Sandra Sue, Texas City Sweeney, Caroline, Brownsville Sweeney, Francis William, Baytown Swepston, Carola, Rosebud Swilley, William Henley, Houston Tannahill, Gary Kieth, Hereford Tartaglia, Antoinette, Houston Tarter, Jerry Dean, Houston Tartt, Alison Kaye, Abilene Tarver, Eldon Lynn, Austin Taylor, Richard Randolph, Jr., Odessa Teas, Nancy Ruth, Belton Terry, F. Theodore, Jr., Houston Thames, Kay Louise, Port Arthur Thomas, Cleo Rita, Big Spring Thomas, Howard Michael, Bellaire Thomason, Robert Peel, Houston Thompson, Oland Dale, Houston Thomsen, Gil James, Anson Thomsen, Jan, Amarillo Thomson, William King, Austin Thurman, Velna Rae, San Antonio Thurmond, Sandra Gay, Houston Thurn, Trent Charles, San Antonio Tilton, Varien Russell, Moraga, Calif. Tisdale, Jane Marie, Austin Tolsky, Susan Gaye, Houston Tomlinson, Kent Cresens, Amarillo Townsend, Courtney Mack, Jr., Paris Trail, Lucille, Kaufman Traughber, Jerry Lu, Corpus Christi Travis, Dan Francis, Denton rasr Trevino, Jesse Santos, San Antonio Treybig, Dorothy Karen, Bellaire Truitt, Bryant David, Houston Tucker, Ray Huey, Morton Turner, Jerry Lynn, Kerens Turner, John William, Jr., Dallas Tyra, Raymond E., Midland Underbrink, Mary Ruth, Goliad Utsey, Michael Dale, Tyler Vair, Robin Elizabeth, San Antonio Vandiver, William Robert, Garland Van Dorfy, Patricia, Houston Vasquez, Maria DeLourdes, Hebbronville Vaught, Sondra Kay, Harlingen Vestal, Kenneth Ray, Hughes Springs Vice, Lonnie Franklin, Texas City Voss, Lila Dianne, McAllen Vowell, James Edward, Waco Wade, James Norman, Dallas Wade, Martha Jane, Orange Wagner, John Philip, Irving Waidhofer, Linda, Houston Waite, Linda Lou, Dallas Walden, Gregg Alan, Houston Walker, John Ernest, Galveston Wallace, Janet Gail, Austin Wallace, Margaret, Dallas Wallace, Margaret Angela, Columbus Wallace, Roy Dale, Houston Wallace, William Fredrick, Houston Walling, Elizabeth Harris, Austin Wallis, Harry Jackson, San Antonio Walter, JoAnn Marie, Bellaire Walters, Sandra Louise, Dallas Walther, Wayne Douglas, Rowena Ward, Betty Carol, Devine Ward, George Haskell, Plainview Wark, Janet Louise, Houston Waterston, Tom Lee, Dallas Watford, Dawn, Houston Watkins, Linda Kaye, Austin Watson, Lillian Jeannine, Levelland Watson, Robert Norman, Jr., Midland Watts, James Thomas, Fort Worth Wax, Judy Kathleen, Houston Weaver, John Amon, Snyder Webb, David Lewis, Odessa Weige, Dorothy Jean, Holland Page 523 Weinert, Sally Eleanor, Beaumont Weiss, Larry Kent, Killeen Welch, Martha Sue, Jasper Werner, Clinton Ray, San Antonio Werner, Nan Standish, Aiken, S. C. West, Adair Wilson, Fort Worth West, Mimi Kay, Gatesville Westmoreland, Carol Antoinette, Houston White, Agnes Sue, Longview White, Harold Ray, Houston White, Ida Katherine, Houston White, Jana Bette, Galena Park White, Marilyn Ann, San Angelo White, Robert Miles, Graham White, Rosemary, Austin White, Tom Willingham, Alamo Whitesides, John Lindsey, Jr., San Antonio Whitt, Tomasine, Gorman Whitworth, Laura June, Rocksprings Wiest, Ethel Edna, Houston Wigginton, Jack Howard, Jr., Houston Wight, John Michael, Stamford, Conn. Wilder, Duncan Morris, Dallas Wiles, Patricia Ann, Dallas Wiley, Amanda Jane, Leander Wilkerson, Basil Glenn, Odessa Williams, Edward Eugene, Lake Jackson Williams, Harold Floyd, Hamilton Williams, James Madison, Fort Worth Williams, James Michael, Lubbock Williams, Malcolm Joseph, Jasper Williams, Patricia Ann, San Antonio Williams, Sammie J ' Nell, Monahans Williams, Sandra Jean, Midland Williams, SuAlice, Austin Williamson, Jo Antoinette, Menard Wills, Donald Ray, Beaumont Wilmer, Ann Louise, Dallas Wilson, Brian Gerrard, Orange Wilson, Byrdie Ellaree, Borger Wilson, Clarence LeRoy, Jr., Fort Worth Wilson, Glynda Sue, Coleman Wilson, Roger Dudley, Palacios Wilson, Susan, Midland Wilson, Susan Lynn, Dallas Wilson, Wendell Kermit, Hereford Winckler, Margaret Jane, Houston Windham, James Marvin, Jr., Livingston Windham, Kay, McCamey Winkler, William Ernest, Houston Witherspoon, Clayton Ivan, Houston Witherspoon, Victoria Elizabeth, Austin Witt, Carol Sue, Beaumont Wofford, Alice Dorothy, Alice Wolfram, Marilyn Sue, Houston Wolk, Marsha Carol, Navasota Wolters, Thomas Albert, Jr., Katy Womack, Charles Cowan, Jr., Houston Womack, Clovis Maurice, Borger Wommack, Diane Ford, Austin Wood, Anhara, Midland Wood, Elizabeth An n, Dallas Wood, Hazel Elizabeth, Donna Woodard, Gary Leonard, Vernon Woodson, Robert Edward, Houston Woolen, James Harbert, III, Columbus Worrel, Eva Kay, San Antonio Wright, Denny Charles, Henderson Wright, Jamie Ann, Houston Wright, Paul Alec, San Antonio Wright, Ronald William, Gruver Wrobleski, Regis Jerome, Texas City Wukman, Rosalyn, Bellaire Wychopen, Hal Gene, Humble Wynn, Judith Gae, Austin Ximenes, Esperanza Linda, San Antonio Yard, Louis Dexter, San Angelo Young, James Arista, Houston Yousko, Kathey Jean, Houston Zainfeld, Harris Lee, Houston Zatopek, Jeanette Ann, Needville Zenner, Richard Brian, Houston Zey, George Wyatt, Mission Ziebell, John Michael, San Antonio Ziegler, Barbara Jean, Weatherford Zimmerman, Jana Corbett, Austin Zrubek, Janet Joyce, Granger Zubarik, Charles Joseph, Goldsboro, N. C. Zunker, Lane Arvid, Seguin Zwernemann, Cleaburn Roy, La Grange Page 524 tft 1 1 Each year on Dad ' s Day the Dads ' Association of The University of Texas presents an award to the Most Outstanding Girl and the Most Outstanding Boy of the University. Selection is based on leadership, schol- arship, and service to the University. This year the awards went to James D. Dannenbaum and Maria Elinor Medina. ELLY MEDINA AND JIM DANNENBAUM. Page 525 FLYNN AWARD 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 the award was presented to Joseph H. Peck. Jr. The Mike Flynn Award is sponsored by In- terfraternity Council and Inter-Co-Op Council. JOE PECK Page 526 - The award for the Most Outstanding Independent Woman Student, the Marjorie Darelik Memorial Award, was presented this year to Phyllis Marie Kazen. This award, presented at Swing-Out, is given for outstanding scholarship, service, and extracurricular activities. SILVER SPUR, AWARD The award for the Most Outstanding Senior Woman Student was presented at Swing-Out to Betty e S. Swales. Silver Spurs sponsors this award given for lead- ership, academic achievement, and service to the University. BETTYE SWALES Page 527 1961-1962 s EPTEMBER SUNDAY, 3rd-SUNDAY, 10th RUSH WEEK. This is the week that the family car spends in Austin unless the fraternity or sorority member is lucky enough to own one of his own. TUESDAY, 12th Four-day Fall Semester registration gets underway at Gregory Gym. Hur- ricane Carla arrived at the same time. After hurling heavy tides at the Coast for days and destroying much of the beach area along the upper coast Carla came inland and lashed Austin with heavy winds and rains for several days. The winds reached gale force of 70 miles an hour. University students aided city firemen and police throughout the storm. Carla had little effect on registration and more than 20,000 students enrolled for a new record. Another important event was the resignation of C. C. (Jitter) Nolen as di- rector of the Texas Union and his appointment as assistant director of the University De- velopment Board. WEDNESDAY, 13th Freshmen, busily engaged in getting orientated at the University, are entertained with a dance at the Union. THURSDAY, 14th University talent went on exhibition at the Forty Acres Talent Show in Hogg Auditorium. SATURDAY, 16th International Club holds Welcome Night at the Texas Union. MONDAY, 18th Kinsolving Dormitory starts a four-day " Academic Rush " designed to get as many girls as possible into campus honorary organizations. WEDNESDAY, 20th University Young Republicans receive award as the nation ' s most out- standing college chapter. Try-outs for cheerleaders get underway. Selected were Jessica Darling. Becky Maxey, Jan Thomsen, Ed Barron. Bob Lowe, Bill Melton, and Ray Rosen- thai. THURSDAY, 21st Freshman Council holds its first meeting of the year. The University Y holds open house. The all-student production of Cole Porter ' s " Anything Goes " opens three-day run in the Main Ballroom of the Texas Union. FRIDAY, 22nd Pledges line up for inspection as sororities hold open house to introduce their " little sisters " to the male students of the University. Interfraternity Council opens a two-day workshop on the goals and future of fraternities with Senator John Tower as a featured speaker. SATURDAY, 23rd The Longhorns open their football season with an exciting 28-3 victory over the California Bears in Berkeley. California. TUESDAY, 26th Residents of the University women ' s dormitories were reminded that the dorms are segregated and policies regarding segregation were announced to them. WEDNESDAY, 27th Debate on the " New Frontier " held in The Texas Union with Victor Emanuel and Ronnie Cohen taking the pro side for the Young Democrats and Bert Ad- kins and Jim Dannenbaum the con side for the Young Republicans. THURSDAY, 28th The Student Assembly holds first meeting of the fall. Authorization for Texas Stud ent Publications to publish a campus literary magazine was unanimously ap- proved. Larry Hall and Nat Gibson, promoters of Riata were given permission to request the Board of Directors of Texas Student Publications to undertake the publishing of the magazine. SATURDAY. 30th The Longhorns defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders, 42-14, in Memorial Stadium. The Board of Regents met in Austin during the week-end and approved the expenditure of one and one-quarter million dollars for the Main University excellence pro- gram. CTOBER TUESDAY, 3rd Official enrollment figure for the Uni- versity for the Fall Semester is listed as 20,396. THURSDAY, 5th Athenaeum Society sponsors a debate on " The Pro ' s and Con ' s of the Goldwater Conservatism. " Dr. John Bagalay spoke for and Professor Roger Shattuck spoke asrainst the issue. FRIDAY, 6th JOURNALISM HONORS DAY. A total of $7,800.00 in scholarships was presented to Journalism students in the Home Economics Building auditorium. Fire broke out at the Cryer ' s Boarding House, 1916 Wichita, destroying the attic and upper part of the house. Some students lost belongings but no one was injured. Page 528 N SATURDAY, 7th BAND DAY. Approximately 7.000 high school band members parade down Congress Avenue during the day and take part in the pre-game ceremonies at the Texas-Washington State game in Memorial Stadium. The Longhorns defeated the Cou- gars, 41-8. MONDAY, 9th The Philippine Bayanihan Dance Company opens the Cultural Entertainment Committee ' s season at Municipal Auditorium. Sale of OU date tickets starts and Presi- dent Smiley holds reception for University faculty and staff at the Texas Union. WEDNESDAY, llth Spooks tap twenty-five new members. THURSDAY, 12th About 200 students demonstrate at Student Assembly meeting charging " apathy " toward student problems. FRIDAY, 13th OU WEEK-END gets underway. UT and OU students attend dance spon- sored by both schools as Dallas faces its annual invasion from the north and south. The State Fair with the musical " Sound of Music " playing at the auditorium attracted many students. Private parties were numerous. Back on the campus Dr. Edward Teller, re- nowned nuclear physicist, delivers sixth annual Eugene P. Schoch Lecture Series. SATURDAY, 14th The Longhorns made the week-end a complete success by defeating the Oklahoma Sooners 28-7. SUNDAY, 15th The 49th Armored Division of the Texas National Guard begins active duty, taking several University students away from academic life for a while. WEDNESDAY, 18th Department of Drama presents Dr. William Arrowsmith ' s translation of " Orestes. " with Fredric Glenn in the title role. Board of Directors of TSP gives Riata final approval but one of the promoters, Larry Hall, resigns during the stormy ses- sion. Hall argued that the Board was taking too long to get actual publishing plans underway. THURSDAY, 19th Sit-in protesting segregation policies in University dormitories is staged by approximately fifty Negro students in the Kinsolving living room. SATURDAY, 21st A number of Negro students are placed on disciplinary probation for " disobeying duly constituted authority " when asked to leave Kinsolving. Theta Sigma Phi, national journalism fraternity for women, holds the thirteenth annual Writers Roundup honoring twenty-five Texas authors, including five University faculty members. The big news of the day the Longhorns won their opening Conference game, defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks, 23-7, in Fayetteville. TUESDAY, 24th CEC brings Dick Schory ' s Percussion Pops Orchestra to the Municipal Auditorium for a two-night stand. WEDNESDAY, 25th FALL ELECTIONS. A record of 8,551 votes are cast. New assembly- men elected are Sandy Sandford, Gwen Jordan, Johnny Weeks, and Oliver Heard, Arts and Sciences; John Cope and Buz White. Business Administration; Karen Parker, Educa- tion; Joe T. Hood, Law; Larry Martin, Graduate; Joe Victor and Carl Nentwich, Engi- neering; Mary Virginia Schulz, Pharmacy; and Kerry O ' Quinn, Fine Arts. Athletic in- tegration was favored by the voters 5,132 to 3,293. John G. Steele, Jr., former director of loans and scholarships, is named director of the Texas Union. THURSDAY, 26th William L. Shirer, author of " The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, " discusses the Berlin crisis in Hogg Auditorium under the auspices of the Union Speakers Committee and before a capacity crowd. New honorary organization, Phi Beta Kinsolving, holds initiation for thirty pledges. FRIDAY, 27th Governor Daniel appoints French Robertson of Abilene to the Board of Re- gents to fill the unexpired term of the late Joe Thompson of Dallas. SATURDAY, 28th ROTC RECOGNITION DAY. Members of the three ROTC units at the University were honored on the field of Memorial Stadium before the Rice game. The Longhorns revenged last year ' s loss by defeating the Rice Owls 34-7. SUNDAY, 29th Hillel Foundation holds testimonial brunch in honor of E. M. Saulson, retiring director. MONDAY, 30th Ed Greber resigns as president of Young Democrats, after criticism from the group for his using his position to endorse Oliver Heard for Assemblyman. TUESDAY, 31st General Faculty at its regular meeting calls on the Administration to revoke policies regarding segregation of University dormitories and eating facilities. The vote was 308 in favor and 34 against. Orange Jackets tap 14 new members and the Spooks celebrated Halloween by serenading fraternities. OVEMBER WEDNESDAY, 1st Law School names as Chancellors Harry Reasoner, Ray A. Gipson, Glenn Graves, James C. Johnson, Tully R. Florey, and James Parker. Fine Arts Festi- val opens to continue through month of November. The Festival includes concerts, art exhibits, a play ( " No Time for Heaven " ) and an opera ( " The Barber of Seville " ). Homer P. Tomlinson, " King of the World, " crowns himself " King of The University of Texas, " before 2,000 cheering and chanting followers. THURSDAY, 2nd Inhabitants of the men ' s dormitories are turned out of doors by fire Page 529 alarm (false) and go on a panty raid at the women ' s dorms. More than 2,500 men spent over two hours going back and forth between the women ' s dorms. Police and Univer- sity officials finally broke up the party. SATURDAY, 4th The Longhorns win over the Southern Methodist Mustangs in Dallas by a score of 27-0. This victory earned Texas the title of No. 1 in the nation. MONDAY, 6th Campus Chest drive gets underway. By the end of the week Fredell Pinken- son had been named Miss Campus Chest, Harry Kent won the title of Ugly Man and Zeta Tau Alpha and Tau Delta Phi were first in Dimes Day collections. WEDNESDAY, 8th Bill Moyers, UT Ex and associate director of the Peace Corps, speaks in the Union. Integration lawsuit is filed in federal court against University officials by three Negro students. THURSDAY, 9th INTERNATIONAL DAY. The International Commission of Student Government and the International Club were co-sponsors of the day ' s activities. Naval R.O.T.C. student accidentally wounds Secretary of the Navy John Connally below his left eye during review at air port. FRIDAY, 10th Connally received the Ex-Students ' Association ' s Distinguished Alumnus award at a banquet in the Driskill Hotel. Baylor ' s bear cub mascot Ginger is reported missing. SATURDAY, llth HOMECOMING AND DADS ' DAY. Jim Dannenbaum and Elly Medina received the Dads ' Association award as Outstanding Boy and Girl. Friars selected as new members George Chapman, Mike Gotten, James H. Dudley, Tom Henson, and Jerry Nathan. And the No. 1 team, the Longhorns remain No. 1 by defeating the Baylor Bears 33-7. SUNDAY, 12th Victor Borge gives benefit performance for Austin Symphony Orchestra in Municipal Auditorium. TUESDAY, 14th Nine students are suspended for accidentally killing Baylor ' s mascot, Ginger, during an attempted kidnapping stunt. WEDNESDAY, 15th The secretary of the General Faculty announces the results of a mail ballot on a resolution recommending cancellation of University dormitory and eating fa- cilities regulations based on racial criteria. The vote was 512 for and 170 against. Con- gressman Henry Gonzales of San Antonio speaks to the Young Democrats and Freshman Council hears integration debate by Rob Parker and Ray Patrick. THURSDAY, 16th Former student Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, dies in Bonham. CEC presents Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater in Ros- sini ' s " Barber of Seville " at Municipal Auditorium and the Texas Cowboys present Ann Mobley as their Sweetheart at the annual Cowboy Minstrels. FRIDAY, 17th Texas Hall of Fame inducts Clyde Littlefield, the late Oscar Eckhart, Mike (Pinky) Higgins, and Pete Layden at a dinner at the Driskill Hotel. SATURDAY, 18th A day of sorrow as TCU repeats its role of villain and defeats the mighty Longhorns 6-0 in Memorial Stadium and tumbles them from their No. 1 position. This left Texas tied with Arkansas for the number one spot in the Southwest Conference race. MONDAY, 20th Robert Welch, leader of the John Birch Society, speaks at Municipal Audi- torium. TUESDAY, 21st The pre-Aggie game bonfire burns brightly before a large crowd. Phi Mu ' s Aggie sign is named " Best All-Around, " Delta Delta Delta ' s " Most Comical, " and Pi K A ' s " Most Unique. " WEDNESDAY, 22nd TSP Board fires editor, associate editor, art director, and circula - tion manager of the Ranger for violation of general policy and indecency in the Novem- ber issue of the Ranger. THURSDAY, 23rd Thanksgiving holidays begin. The Longhorns defeat the Aggies 25-0 in College Station before a nation-wide TV crowd. Texas finished the season tied with Arkansas for the Conference title and ranked third nationally. Texas was selected to play Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl since the Longhorns had defeated Arkansas. TUESDAY, 28th Dr. Jacob Getzels of the University of Chicago speaks to regional confer- ence of the Council for Retarded Children. The Department of Germanic Languages holds conference on " The German Theater Today. " WEDNESDAY, 29th Kinsolving holds Faculty Night. Dr. _ John Silber, professor of philosophy, and Jack Darrouzet, Austin attorney, debate the pro ' s and con ' s of capital punishment at the Young Republicans meeting. THURSDAY, 30th Senator Ralph Yarborough of Austin speaks on " The Status of Higher Education in Texas " in the Union. D ECEMBER SATURDAY, 2nd Social fraternities and sororities hold annual Sing-Song at Municipal Auditorium. Delta Delta Delta and Pi Kappa Alpha won the first prizes. The Page 530 J Regents met and approved plans for remodeling Waggener Hall, Garrison Hall, and the Chemical Engineering Building. The Regents also informed the law faculty through a press release that any legal assistance from any member of the law faculty to the plaintiffs in a suit against the University filed by three Negro students would subject that faculty member or faculty members to dismissal or other disciplinary action. SUNDAY, 3rd Ken Zonker, Jon Bracker, Robert Eaton, and Sandra Johnson named as win- ners of the first University Campus Art Competition. MONDAY, 4th Law students circulate petition protesting Regents ' method of warning law faculty not to give legal assistance in a lawsuit filed by Negro students. CEC presents Gina Bachauer, famed pianist, in concert with the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra in Municipal Auditorium. TUESDAY, 5th David T. Lopez, managing editor of the Daily Texan, is named Ranger editor by the Executive Committee of the TSP Board. WEDNESDAY, 6th Raymond Mosher, state chairman for the American Association for the United Nations, speaks to International Club. THURSDAY, 7th Norman Mailer speaks and reads his poetry in the Union Ballroom. Fired Ranger staffers Crossley and O ' Quinn announce plans to start an off-campus co.mic magazine to be called Bacchanal and which will cover all the Southwest Conference campuses. Association of College Unions Region Nine Conference opens a two-day meet in the Texas Union. SATURDAY, 9th Darrell Royal named Coach of the Year by the Football Writers ' Asso- ciation of America. MONDAY, llth James Hyatt appointed managing editor for the remainder of the Fall Semester. Young Business Society organizes. TUESDAY, 12th Regents clarify stand on statement to law faculty. WEDNESDAY, 13th Society for the Advancement of Management sponsors debate by labor and management spokesmen on the topic " Labor Difficulties on Projects Vital to National Defense. " Drama Department ' s " Hotel Paradise " opens in Hogg Auditorium. THURSDAY, 14th Tad Smith, state chairman, speaks to the Young Republicans. Fresh- man Council installed at banquet. Student Assembly passes a resolution to have a spe- cial committee of five Assembly members investigate the TSP Board and its dealings with the various student publications. FRIDAY, 15th Philosophy professors John Silber and John Bagaley speak to the Human Re- lations Conference on the pros and cons of the desegregation issue. SATURDAY, 16th W. Russell Hardin, senior from Irving, selected as a Rhodes Scholar. James Dick and Norma Newton receive G. B. Dealey Music Awards in Dallas. Anita Meyers is presented as Portia at the annual Law School formal and Kay Ann John- son is named by the Organization of Arabs as Scheherazade Queen. SUNDAY, 17th Theta Sigma Phi presents the " Ten Most Beautiful " in a special edition of the Daily Texan. The girls were chosen by Richard Boone from pictures of the thirty- five finalists sent to him in Hollywoo d. The twenty-second annual Christmas Carol pro- gram is held in front of the Christmas tree on the Main Building. MONDAY, 18th Dr. Wayne Thompson from the University of Illinois speaks on Aristotle in the Texas Union. Young Democrats collect funds to pay the fines of Negro integra- tion leaders jailed in Albany, Ga. TUESDAY, 19th David Armstrong, Hugh Lowe, and Larry Lee selected as the Board of Editors for Riata. FRIDAY, 22nd The Christmas holidays begin. ANUARY MONDAY, 1st COTTON BOWL GAME! The Longhorns defeated 01 ' Miss Rebels, 12-7. Penne Percy, sophomore student at the University, is presented at the half-time cere- monies as the 1962 Maid of Cotton. WEDNESDAY, 3rd Classes begin again after Christmas holidays. THURSDAY, 4th Thirty-seven Pharmacy Fellows named. FRIDAY, 5th March of Dimes drive conducted by pledges of Phi Kappa Tau and of several sororities. SATURDAY, 6th James Hyatt named managing editor of the Daily Texan for the Spring Semester by the Executive Committee of the TSP Board. MONDAY, 8th Eighty students from the National University in Mexico City begin a three- week visit to the campus. TUESDAY, 9th DARRELL ROYAL DAY. The Tower shone Orange for the Longhorn football coach. And Austin froze . . . blustery north winds and a low temperature of 20 degrees combined with sleet made for a very miserable day. WEDNESDAY, 10th Dr. Joseph Jones speaks on South Africa. New York Times Editor Turner Catledge speaks at Theta Sigma Phi Sigma Delta Chi banquet in the Junior Ball- room of the Union. THURSDAY, llth Odetta and Leon Bibb sing in Gregory Gym under the auspices of the CEC. Page 531 FRIDAY, 12th National Review Editor William Buckley speaks in Union. Attorneys for the Board of Regents and Attorney General Will Wilson file separate defendants ' briefs in in- tegration suit. The Regents stated that they did not feel that Wilson would be able to give the time the suit needed as he had filed for the Governor ' s race in the coming elec- tion. SUNDAY, 14th Fall Semester concert presented by University choral groups in Hogg Audi- torium. Newman Club awards honors to members. WEDNESDAY, 17th FINALS. Final examinations began on the 17th and lasted through the 26th. SUNDAY, 28th Mack and Virginia Kidd win $1,000.00 for the University ' s scholarship fund on TV debate series " Young America Speaks. " MONDAY. 29th Spring Semester registration gets underway at Gregory Gym. The regis- tration period ran through the 1st. TUESDAY, 30th Peppermint twisters and distributors of Bacchanal hauled off the Drag by city police for a too successful promotion stunt. WEDNESDAY, 31st J. Frank Dobie, Texas folklorist, testifies before the Texas House com- mittee investigating textbook contents in a plea against censorship of educational materials. F EBRUARY THURSDAY, 1st Ed Garvey, National Students Association president, addresses Student Assembly. Austin Exchange Club holds Mike Gotten Day. FRIDAY, 2nd Young Democrats hold barbecue honoring five State Legislators. SATURDAY, 3rd Regents announce that the position of Texan editor has been made ap- pointive immediately the TSP Board was given the power to make the appointment. The Regents also appointed Darrell Royal as Director of Athletics at the University and John Watson Foster Dulles as advisor on international programs for the University system. MONDAY, 5th Ray Hanson, senior Journalism student, is appointed Ranger editor by the Executive Committee of the TSP Board after Editor Lopez became scholastically ineligi- ble. TUESDAY, 6th Twenty educators from Colombia who have been touring colleges in the Southwest begin a two-day visit on the University campus. WEDNESDAY, 7th Actor Vincent Price lectures on art in the Union. The Y holds open house. THURSDAY, 8th Appointed Texan editor plan is discussed by ex-Texan editors, Jo Eick- mann and Wrllie Morris and Dr. Reddick, director of the School of Journalism, in the Texas Union in an information session open to the public. Ex-Students ' Association an- nounces plans to build a $160,000 home on San Jacinto. Assembly sends bill asking that The Daily Texan be taken off the Blanket Tax to the campus affairs committee. MONDAY, 12th Joshua Powers, international publishers representative and a former Uni- versity student, speaks on Latin-America to the Public Affairs Convocation in the Journal- jsm Building. TUESDAY, 13th Campus affairs committee of the Student Assembly votes to amend the bill to remove the Texan from the Blanket Tax. Jim Dannenbaum moved to amend the bill to read that the Texan would not be taken off the Blanket Tax provided that the Texan is not taken any further from student control. Oscar Williams, poet, lectures on campus. WEDNESDAY, 14th Chilean students arrive in Austin for Student Leader Seminar. Seven gubernatorial candidates speak at Sigma Delta Chi banquet. THURSDAY, 15th Senator Eugene McCarthy (D.-Minn.) speaks on liberalism from the liberal point of view at the Union. FRIDAY, 16th CEC presents the Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra in Gregory Gym. SATURDAY, 17th Maurice Olian meets with other Southwest Conference student body presidents in Fort Worth to draw up plans for a Conference-wide association. MONDAY, 19th AROTC sponsors serve as hostesses for a Quartermaster Exhibit in the Texas Union. TUESDAY, 20th UT students, along with everyone else, watched their TV sets as astronaut John Glenn made a three orbital flight. WEDNESDAY, 21st Y migrant worker committee presents the film " Harvest of Shame, " in the Union. The Depart- ment of Drama ' s production of Berthold Brecht ' s " Good Woman of Setzuan " opens for a four-day run in Hogg Auditorium and the " Route 66 " TV show cast and crew arrive in Austin to film sequence. THURSDAY, 22nd Spooks tap 22 new members. FRIDAY, 23rd UN ' s Congo action debated by teams from the University of Dublin and The University of Texas. TUESDAY, 27th TSP Board draws up qualifications for appointed Texan editor to send to Regents for approval. Page 532 M ARCH THURSDAY, 1st Interscholastic League Basketball Tournament gets underway in Gregory Gym. Thirty-eight students file for Student Association positions before the 5 p.m. dead- line. FRIDAY, 2nd TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY. R.O.T.C. units battle the Kappa Sigma " Mexicans " across the Main Mall. Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson speaks on the space age before the Conference for High School Counselors and Student Advisors. TUESDAY, 6th CEC presents the Boston Pops Tour Orchestra under the baton of Arthur Fiedler in Municipal Auditorium. Group of Southwest Conference officials voluntarily take lie detector tests after charges of game fixing by basketball officials in the Southwest Conference were made by New York sports writer Gene Roswell. Orange Jackets name 17 new members. THURSDAY. 8th CEC presents Jose Greco ' s Spanish Ballet in the Municipal Auditorium. The Longhorns defeat TCU in Fort Worth to finish the basketball season in fourth place. FRIDAY, 9th Dr. Martin Luther King, pastor-integration leader, speaks in the Main Ball- room of the Union under sponsorship of the Union Speakers Committee. SATURDAY, 10th Longhorn swimmers finish in second place behind the SMU Mustangs in Southwest Conference Meet in Dallas. Texas trackmen take second place in Laredo Border Olympics. SUNDAY, llth Texan staff meets in Journalism Building before Theta Sigma Phi-Sigma Delta Chi picnic and threatens to resign en masse if Regents do not accept by May 1 the TSP Board ' s proposals for qualifications for and method of selecting an appointed Texan editor. MONDAY, 12th The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo appears in " Swan Lake " at the Municipal Auditorium. TUESDAY, 13th TSP Board appoints Sam Kinch as the 1962-63 Daily Texan editor. WEDNESDAY, 14th Supreme Court Justice William 0. Douglas speaks in Texas Union. FRIDAY, 16th District VI Convention of Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma, honorary band fraternities for men and women, opens two-day session on campus. University host to Texas High School seniors. SATURDAY, 17th -Longhorns open Southwest Conference baseball season with a 4-3 vic- tory over the Baylor Bears in Waco. SUNDAY, 18th Mack and Virginia Kidd defeated a team from Texas Tech in the quarter- finals of the Texas Intercollegiate Television Debate Tournament to add another $1,000.00 to the University ' s scholarship fund. Co-op Week gets underway. Alex Garcia and Jerry Marrou were named outstanding co-op members. MONDAY, 19th Lloyd Wright, director of Public Affairs Support for the Peace Corps, speaks to campus groups. TUESDAY. 20th CEC brings Modern Jazz Quartet to Gregory Gym. WEDNESDAY, 21st CAMPUS ELECTION DAY. Lowell ' (Bang) Leberman wins the presidency of the Students ' Association without a run-off. Phi Beta Kappa elects. THURSDAY, 22nd Turtle Club ' s annual water show opens for two days in the Women ' s Gym pool. Assembly names Barbara Tosch and John Cope to the TSP Board. SATURDAY, 24th Gay Kokernot named Engineering Sweetheart at the annual College of Engineering Dance. Longhorns win baseball game from Rice, 11-4, at Clark Field. Los Charros holds Quarter Horse Show. SUNDAY, 25th Norman Thomas, six-times presidential candidate on the Socialist ticket, speaks at " Picnic for Peace, " in Zilker Park. MONDAY, 26th CLASP KICK-OFF DINNER. The College Loyalty Alumni Support Pro- gram gets started with a $100.00 a plate dinner in the Main Ballroom of the Union. The Young Democrats and the Young Republicans debate federal aid to education under the sponsorship of Athenaeum Literary Society. THURSDAY, 29th Three-day program for the dedication of the Business Administration- Economics Building opens. SATURDAY, 31st Longhorns lose first Southwest Conference game as Aggie baseball team takes a 4-3 victory at College Station. Jack N. Behrman, Assistant Secretary of Com- merce for International Affairs, and Dause L. Bibby, former UT student and president of Remington Rand, are featured speakers for the Business Administration-Economics Build- ins dedication. A PRIL MONDAY, 2nd Pharmacy students hear Dr. Robert Gregory on computers. Thirty-five fraternities and sororities enter Varsity Carnival. Dr. M. V. Barton of the Space Tech- nology Laboratories of Los Angeles speaks on " Engineering Research in Spacecraft Development. " Page 533 - TUESDAY, 3rd CEC presents " A Thurber Carnival " for a two-day run in Municipal Audi- torium. German film crew arrives to make a documentary film for TV on American education. WEDNESDAY, 4th Round-Up Show Case opens in Union Building. First issue of Riata makes its appearance. Senator Barry Goldwater (R.-Ariz.) stays in Washington for a cru- cial vote instead of speaking on campus as scheduled. Americans for Democratic Action and Young People ' s Socialist League present a taped speech. FRIDAY, 6th ROUND-UP Thirty-fifth Texas Relays get underway. Law Day is dedi- cated to 1920 graduate, Francis Graham Coates of Houston. Coates, a Life Trustee of the University School of Law Foundation was selected Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for his work in behalf of the School of Law. Round-Up Revue begins a two-night run with the Bluebonnet Belles being presented for the first time. SATURDAY, 7th HONORS DAY. Approximately 800 outstanding students honored dur- ing the fourteenth annual Honors Day. Dr. Harold C. Urey, Nobel Prize Winner and professor of chemistry at the University of California at San Diego was the speaker. Texas Southern dominates Texas Relays. Jessica Darling presented as 1962-63 Sweetheart at Round-Up Revue. Seven named to Friars Julius Glickman, Lowell Leberman, Hoyt Purvis, Jack Bethel Brown, Leon Graham, Magne Kristiansen, and Mike Jones. TUESDAY, 10th New Students ' Association officers and Assemblymen are sworn in at In- augural Banquet in Texas Union. Regent Wales Madden spoke. WEDNESDAY, llth Dr. Edgar Polome speaks to graduate students. Sigma Pi, social fraternity, forms a colony on campus. THURSDAY, 12th Delegates from 33 schools in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Mexico attend second annual Model United Nations on campus here. FRIDAY, 13th Department of Drama ' s production " Merry Wives of Windsor " opens at Hogg Auditorium. TUESDAY, 17th TSP Board makes three 1962-63 appointments: George Bunch, Cactus edi- tor; Larry Lee, Texan managing editor; and Gilbert Shelton, Ranger editor. WEDNESDAY, 18th CEC presents the National Ballet of Canada in Municipal Auditorium. FRIDAY, 20th Easter holidays begin. TUESDAY, 24th Classes resumed after Easter holidays. Student groups demonstrate on Mall against US resumption of atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons. Mortar Board taps new members. FRIDAY, 27th Regents approve TSP Handbook and Charter changes. Russell Kirk speaks at Freedom Symposium sponsored by Young Americans for Freedom. University ' s new Computation Center is dedicated. SATURDAY, 28th VARSITY CARNIVAL. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma Phi Epsilon receive prizes for the best skits and Sigma Alpha Mu and Alpha Phi for concession stands. Nancy Nelson, Kappa Alpha Theta, is crowned Varsity Carnival Queen. MONDAY, 30th Bomb scare causes evacuation of Business-Economics Building. M AY I " T OF DRAMA PRESENTS RY WIVES TUESDAY, 1st Silver Spurs presents the Kingston Trio in Gregory Gym. WEDNESDAY, 2nd Mary Graham is selected CBA Sweetheart. THURSDAY, 3rd The 52nd annual Interscholastic League opens its three-day meet on the campus. The College of Engineering holds its annual Power Show. New officers of the Texas Union are installed at banquet. FRIDAY 4th SWING OUT. Senior women students hand the traditional chain of blue- bonnets to the Juniors. Bettye Swales receives the Silver Spur Award as outstanding woman student, and Joseph H. Peck receives the Mike Flynn Award as the most out- standing male student. Phyllis Kazen is awarded the Marjorie Darilek Memorial Award as the outstanding woman student not affiliated with a sorority. Dr. DeWitt Reddick, director of the School of Journal- ism, is honored at banquet ending the annual session of the ILPC which Dr. Reddick organized 35 years ago. Longhorn Band holds banquet. SATURDAY, 5th STATE ELECTION DAY! John Con- nally and Don Yarborough win places in the Democratic run-off for Governor. SUNDAY, 6th Daily Texan and Texas Ranger staffs hold annual picnic and present awards to outstanding staff members. TUESDAY, 8th Austin native Carolyn Hester, a much- traveled folk singer, appears at Austin Civic Theater. WEDNESDAY, 9th Texas finishes fourth in Conference golf. Annual T-Nite banquet is sponsored by The Univer- sity of Texas Sports Association for Women. Longhorns take over the lead in Southwest Conference baseball by Page 534 UNIVERSITY ROUNDUP .SHOWCASE Tf XA K. UNES defeating the Aggies 4-3, at Clark Field. THURSDAY, 10th Longhorns win the Southwest Conference baseball title by taking second game from Aggies, 11-10. Sixteen cadets receive awards at Army R.O.T.C. Spring Awards Day. SATURDAY, 12th Baylor Bears defeat the Longhorns in their bid for the Southwest Con- ference Track Championship. The Southwest Conference meet was held in Waco Friday and Saturday. Dr. Radaslov Tsanoff, professor of humanities at Rice, speaks to Phi Beta Kappa members and initiates at banquet. TUESDAY, 15th Cactus staff holds annual banquet. Awards were presented to outstanding staff members and Outstanding Students and Goodfellows were announced by Editor Beckie Wood. WEDNESDAY, 16th Ex-Students Association holds the first annual Spring Sports ban- quet. Author J. Frank Dobie speaks on " Some of the Makings of One Writer, " in Batts Hall Auditorium. Law School society names six to Chancellors Estil Vance, Jr., Donald L. Howell, Perry 0. Barber, W. Dalton Tomlin, William Franklin Kelly, Mike McCullough. THURSDAY, 17th Longhorns defeat Arizona in the first game of the District Six NCAA play-off. Outstanding intramural athletes are honored at annual Pow-Wow banquet. FRIDAY, 18th Longhorn baseball team wins District Six NCAA play-off by defeating Ari- zona in the second game, 7-4. TUESDAY, 22nd Final examinations begin. J UNE SATURDAY, 2nd COMMENCEMENT DAY. Combined R.O.T.C. Commissioning Exercises held in Hogg Auditorium at 9 a.m. Lieutenant General Carl Henry Jark, Fourth U. S. Army, delivered the Commissioning address. Baccalaureate Services were held in Hogg Auditorium at 11 a.m. with Robert A. Baker of Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth as speaker. Individual Schools and Colleges awarded degrees at ceremonies held during the afternoon. The Academic Procession began at 7:45 in front of the Main Building and Commencement Exercises started at 8:00 p.m. Norman Cousins, Editor of the Saturday Review, was speaker. John Connally was selected as the Democratic candi- date for Governor in the election run-off. MONDAY, llth Texas loses to Michigan, 3-1, in a hard-fought game in the NCAA series in Omaha, Nebr. TUESDAY, 12th Summer Session registration takes over Gregory Gym. Longhorns take the second game in the series defeating Western Colorado, 12-2. WEDNESDAY, 13th Summer Session classes start. Longhorns defeat Ithaca College of New York in the double elimination tournament in Omaha. THURSDAY, 14th Longhorns make the semi-finals in the NCAA tournament by defeating Michigan, 7-0. FRIDAY, 15th Santa Clara defeats Longhorns in the 10th inning, 4-3. Michigan had drawn a bye and went on Saturday to defeat Santa Clara in 15 innings to take the NCAA Baseball Championship. The Longhorns placed third. Page 535 Name Pages Aaron, William Lynn 124, 442 Abbe, Alan Glynn 282 Abbo, Jacques K 269 Abbott, Albert Donald 219 Abbott, Frank Mulkey, Jr 219 Abbott, Mary Elizabeth 189 Abbott, Mary Phyllis 208, 209 Abbott, Patrick 431 Abdul-Hadi, Azmi A. L 136 Abdullah, Sulaim 307 Abel, Nancy C 411 Abel, Robert William 283, 296 Abelman, Barbara Gail 194, 510 Abernathy, Louis Courtney 265 Abib, Osmar 426 Abraham, Edward 125, 486 Abrahamson, Royce 422 Abrams, Carol Sue 178 Abramson, Beverly Ann 195 Acacia 214, 215 A Cappella Choir 288 Acker, John Wayne 431, 448 Acker, Lexa Morris 427 Actkinson, Arland Lee 298 Acuff, Ronald Carlton 304, 418 Acuna, Arturo 434 Adair, Cecila Marie 152, 510 Adair, Robert Lafayette, III 266, 329. 510 Adame, Homero .... 297, 377, 378, 384 Adams, Alice E 130, 177, 448 Adams, Anne 306 Adams, Arthur Wesley 230, 231, 402, 448 Adams, Carol Louise .... 148, 150, 197, 411 Adams, Donald K 280 Adams, Edwin William, Jr 498 Adams, Elizabeth Anne 180, 181, 291, 498 Adams, Fredrick Joseph 254 Adams, Clendon Bryan 126, 127 Adams, Herbert Edwards 329 Adams, John Quincy (I) 159 Adams, Judith Arvin 201, 498 Adams, Marilyn June 148, 153 Adams, Marion Corry, Jr 242, 401, 403, 498 Adams, Mary Kay . . 127, 134, 170, 171 Adams, Robert Phillip 448 Adams, Susan Ann 156, 174, 510 Adams, Susan Elizabeth . . 175, 417, 448 Adams, William Scott, Jr 243, 401 Adams, William T 331, 441 Adams, Zilla Kathrine 180, 181, 498 Adcock, James Luther 298, 510 Adcock, Willis Sherman 219 Addington, Alice Tamm 320, 448 Adelman, Cathy Lee 179, 411, 419 Aderman, Beverly Ann 204 Adkins, Bert Bently 239, 416 Adkins, Grant Arnold 235 Adkins, Lieuen Roger 143, 145 Adkisson, Elizabeth A 411, 510 Adleta, Charles 38 Adleta, Thomas Lafferty 241, 326, 406, 448 Administration 25-40 Adsani, Ahmad 307 Aftergut, Frances Ellen 178, 510 Ager, Roger Quentin 495 Agerlid, Catharina Elisabeth 171 Agnew, Margaret Joanne 152 Agorastos, Constantine Michael . . 129, 281, 431, 448 Aguren, Gary Dennis .... 123, 131, 137, 423, 426, 442, 448 Aguren, Wayne Fredric 126, 127, 129, 309, 431, 442, 448 Aguillard, Margaret 510 Ahlberg, Phyllis Jayne 172, 398 Ahlrich, Carolyn Louise 150, 498 Ahnger, Donald Canaday 224, 328 Aikman, W. M 412 Air Force R.O.T.C 331-336 Aken, Carolyn Van 308 Akers, Jerry Wayne 448 Akin, Robert Harry 418 Akins, James Carl 418 Akkad, Ruwaid 307 Alami, Zuheir Yousef 307, 414 Alamia, Arthur Asocar 448 Alanis, Rene Everardo 305, 448 Albers, Carl Clarence 424, 434 Albers, Chervl Ruth 125, 196, 510 Albert, Barbara Elaine 180, 181 Albrecht, Mary Ann 197 Albrecht, Patsy Ann 320, 486 Albright, Charles Benton, Jr 279 Albright, James Paul 309 Alderson, Curtis Jackson 238 Aldrich, Ann Dremora 293 Aldrich, Frank Thatcher 304 Aldridge, James Elden 448 Aleff, Kendra Lynn 180 Alessandra, Erin Marie . . 155, 193, 308 Alexander, Arlin Ann .... 158, 192, 510 Alexander, David M 136 Alexander, Dickie Sue 186 Alexander, Drury Blakeley 427 Alexander, Franklin David 486 Name Pages Alexander, Helen Eugenia 189, 448 Alexander, Lynn Ann 201, 448 Alexander, Phyllis 157, 178, 510 Alford, Daniel Lee, III 279 Alford, Daniel Ray 288 Alford, Daryl Ray 166, 293, 436 Alford, James Lyn 169 Alford, Thomas Lewis 282 Al-Habeeb, Mikdam M 402 Alhbridge, Carolyn 306 Al-Hosay, Nader 307 Al-Kadi, Seleman A 282, 307 Alkek, Edward Gene 448 Al-Khafaji, Abbood Nasir 307 Al-Khalaf, Ali A 307 Allbritton, Mary Nell . . 175, 310, 448 All-Campus Advisors 148 Alleman, Deanna 36, 124, 134, 197, 432, 486 Allen, Barbara Ann 486 Allen, Barbara Jean 187, 486 Allen, Chester Lee 263 Allen, Donald Ray 263, 386 Allen, Edward 436 Allen, James 347 Allen, Janette Erwin 148, 154, 175, 486 Allen, Joan 134, 154, 189 Allen, John R 324 Allen, Judy Beth 176, 177 Allen, Leila Louise 207 Allen, Lloyd Edward, Jr 334 Allen, Louis George 258 Allen, Marilynne Ann (Lynne) .... 154, 176, 510 Allen, Michael Herbert 236 Allen, Michael Wayne 510 Allen, Raymond Best 417 Allen, Richard Wayne 231, 328 Allen, Robert Charles 223, 448 Allen, Roger William 298 Allen, Ronald Gene 278 Allen, Susan Jane 143 Allen, Thomas Temple 235 Allen, Tim 237, 371, 372, 374, 384, 400, 448 Allen, Virginia 191 Alline, Lynda Marie 174 Allison, Ann 206, 207, 448 Allison, Bob 280 Allison, Camille Marie 175, 308 Allison, Dick M 431 Allison, George Edward 227, 400 Allison, Jim Choyce .... 219, 366, 384 Allison, Judy Lee 189, 422 Allison, Nanci Shannon 199 Allison, Peter Michael . . . 139, 241, 498 Allison, Samuel Edward 235 Allison, William Thomas, II 245 Allison, Wilmer Lawson .... 226, 377, 382, 391 Allman, Linda Anya 134, 199, 448 Allred, John B 412 Allred, Judith Ann 187, 498 Allred, Mack Wayne 136, 166, 329 Allred, Maurice Leland, Jr 243, 403 Allred, Tess Gabrielle 158, 411, 510 Allums, David George 263 Allwright, Betty 397 Allwright, Judith Elaine .... 151, 298, 397 Almanza, Alberto 384 Almetris 170 Al-Nafei, Abdulaziz 307 Al-Omran, Omran 307 Alomari, Suliman M 307 Alpard, Allan Joseph 252, 510 Alpha Chi Omega 174, 175 Alpha Chi Sigma 429 Alpha Delta Pi 176, 177 Alpha Epsilon Phi 178, 179 Alpha Epsilon Pi 216, 217 Alpha Gamma Delta 180, 181 Alpha Kappa Alpha 182, 183 Alpha Lambda Delta 411 Alpha Omicron Pi 184, 185 Alpha Phi 186, 187 Alpha Tau Omega 218, 219 Al Rashid, Nasser Ibrahim .... 307, 420 Al-Sajine, Masad 307 Alspaugh, Ralph Williamson 235, 366, 384 Alsup, James Alton, Jr 159 Altgelt, Ernest J 404 Altsuler, Arnold Kent .... 261, 304, 498 Alverson, Dan Carl 430, 448 Alvis, James Eugene 257, 498 Alvis, Thornlee Elaine 24 Amacker, Jeanne Richey 206, 207, 498 Amacker, John Hart .... 139, 239, 276 Amador, Adela Farias 162, 171 Amaimo, Janice Ann 192, 293 Ambrose, Barbara 398 Ameen, Arfan Zaki .... 127, 307, 446 American Association of Architectural Engineers 278 American Finance Association .... 279 American Institute of Chemical Engineers 280 American Marketing Association . . 281 American Society of Civil Engineers 282 Name Pages American Society of Mechanical Engineers 283 Americus, Jorge 269 Ames, Linda Marie 155 Amis, Mrs. Maureen 127 Ammann, Bette Sue 446 Ammann, Leslie G 448 Amstead, Billy Howard 127, 138 Anders, Donald Robert 265 Anders, Francis Glenn 436 Anders, Robert Willis 498 Andersen, R. Clifton 281 Anderson, Andrew George .... 221, 328, 403, 486 Anderson, Arnold Raymond, Jr. . . 498 Anderson, Barbara Kay 154 Anderson, Benno duMenil 262 Anderson, Bonnie Jean 419 Anderson, Carolynn Dena .... 151, 291 Anderson, Clifford Ernest 265 Anderson, Delph 203 Anderson, Douglas Kroulik 267, 448 Anderson, Earl Weldon 434 Anderson, Edwin McCuIlough .... 266, 410 Anderson, Ethelynn Dawn 191 Anderson, Garland Sadler, Jr 498 Anderson, George Richard, Jr 275, 402 Anderson, Gilbert Philip 317 Anderson, Helen Claire 134, 150, 285, 498 Anderson, Herschel M 412, 4-13 Anderson, Homer Allen 424 Anderson, James L 280 Anderson, Jimmy Arden 435 Anderson, Judith Ann 201 Anderson, Judith Rose 288, 295, 510 Anderson, Judy Anne 203 Anderson, Kenneth Larry 486 Anderson, Lawrence Richard .... 328, 498 Anderson, Lee 280 Anderson, Louis 510 Anderson, Marshall Lee 324 Anderson, Mary Ellen 448 Anderson, Merilee Joan .... 193, 419 Anderson, Miles C 233 Anderson, Nancy Eileen 187, 320 Anderson, Nancy Jeanne 419 Anderson, R. Clifton 129, 413 Anderson, Rita Kay 278 Anderson, Robbin Colyer 238, 429 Anderson, Robert John . . 275, 321, 498 Anderson, Robert Lamar, Jr 326 Anderson, Robert Lynn 227, 400 Anderson, Robert W 136, 304, 405 Anderson, Ronald Glenn 162, 169 Anderson, Ross T 265 Anderson, Sandra Gayle 199, 486 Anderson, Sharon 193, 419 Anderson, Sharon Lee .... 188, 510 Anderson, Thomas Axel 510 Anderson, Thomas Richard 231 Anderson, William Lee 263, 429 Andreason, Doris Elaine 448 Andres, David Hardy 253, 448 Andres, Joe Francis 436, 498 Andrews, Clarice Lorraine 186 Andrews, David Stuart 271 Andrews Dormitory 149 Andrews, Kenneth Newt 436, 442 Andrews, Nancy Etta 191, 310, 486 Andrews, Paul Eugene 236 And ujar, Betty Jo 193, 304 Angle, Edgar Wayne 486 Angly, Maurice, Jr 127 Angworthy, Robert Alfred 296 Ankenman, Fred Norman 219 Anschutz, Everett Leroy, Jr 254, 510 Anselin, Mary Lou 394 Ansley, William Frederick 309, 325 Anspacher, Richard Barton 219 Anthony, Donald Roy 166 Anthony, James Lloyd 166 Anton, Bennett Stanley 253 Anzelmo, Sam S., Jr 136 Apel, Alberta Ann 143, 428, 448 Appell, Linda Kay 211 Appenbrink, Betty Sue . . 155, 398, 498 Apple, Harold Forrest, Jr 436, 448 Appleby, Larry Robert 291, 401 Appleton, Cordon Scott 353, 341, 347, 384 Arage, Philip Maurice 273, 448 Araiza, Richard Edward 257 Arbingast, Stanley A 138, 246 Archer, Betty Lynn 288, 419 Archer, Carolyn Marie 210, 510 Archer, Errol Glenn 136, 232, 333, 510 Archer, Joseph Fletcher 257 Archer, Nancy Ruth 190 Archer, William Thomas 219 Ard, Harold Donald 215 Ardis, William Richard 377 Arellano, Robert Worden 293 Armistead, Betty Ray 176, 177, 289, 486 Armstrong, Ann Ellen 157, 419 Armstrong, Elizabeth Ann 150, 424, 433, 448 Name Pages Armstrong, Fred Robert 240, 510 Armstrong, Linda Sue 158, 192, 510 Armstrong, Michael Keith 442 Armstrong, Neat Earl 448 Armstrong, Robert David .... 143, 146 Armstrong, Robert Larry 167 Armstrong, Thomas Alan 254 Armstrong, Toni Lee . 310 Armstrong, Walter Nolle 510 Army R.O.T.C 316-326 Arnett, Jay Hoyland 245 Arnett, Jerry Dale 245, 280 Arnim, Carolyn 146 Arnold, Charles Brennon 448 Arnold, Charles Sylvin 410 Arnold, James C., Jr 275, 281, 448 Arnold, Mrs. Maria 126 Arnold, Martha 510 Arnold, Mary Miller 40 Arnold, Rip hard Fred 486 Arnold, Sira Mae 191, 498 Arnold, Thomas Harley 311 Arnott, Marilyn Sue 411 Aronoff, Gail Margaret 498 Arredondo, Maria Noelia 148 Arrell, Ralph Lavon 129, 242, 325 Arrowsmith, William Ayres 146 Art, Maxine 156, 178, 510 Arteberry, Michael David 289, 510 Arther, Knicky Jay 281, 486 Arthur, Tom L 290 Artis, Donald 510 Arvin, Alice Ann 448 Arzaga, Eulalio 163, 332 Asel, Judith Ann 143, 428, 432, 486 Asgharian, Abbass 446 Ash, David Lloyd 131, 283 Ash, Weldon Lloyd 435 Ashbel Literary Society 284 Ashburne, Jim G 412, 413 Ashcar, Mohamed 307 Ashcroft, Enos L., Ill 245 Ashkar, Saud 307 Ashmore, Helen Marianne 510 Ashmun, Amber Jean 172 Ashorn, Delores Ann 162, 172, 396 Ashton, Sharon Lee 143, 419, 432, 498 Ashur, Saleh 307 Askew, Benna Layne 158, 510 Askew, Betty Louise 175, 413, 449 Askew, Hubert Carl 255, 449 Assir, Youssef 307 Astle, Jean Yvonne 498 Aston, James Carroll .... 255, 431, 449 Aston, John Richard 267 Aston, Nancy Thrift .... 428, 432, 438, 486 Aston, Patricia Ruth 59, 176, 298 Athel, Saleh A 307 Athens, Vivian .... 175, 308, 310, 395 Athletics 337-392 Atipatya, Lawan 446 Atkins, Doris Anne 149, 486 Atkins, Richard Craig 256, 510 Atkins, William Dean 282 Atkinson, Herschell Lee 245, 283, 384 Atkinson, Lawrence Fred .... 221, 486 Atkinson, Susan Clare 200, 498 Attwell, Emily Van Zandt 201, 396, 486 Augsburger, Janeen Marie 158 Ault, Stanley ArcM 241 Austin, Barbara Elaine 186 Austin, Betty 397 Austin, Col. Edward Wallace 317 Austin, Elizabeth Anne .... 141, 277, 320, 449 Austin, Ethel Jane 200, 510 Austin, Judy 201 Austin, Martha Kaye 172, 335 Austin, Melinda Ann 206, 293, 498 Austin, Michael E 415 Austin, Robert Neil 306, 426 Austin, Stephen Fuller 324 Autian, John . 424 Autrey, Cecile Curlin 134, 206, 207, 498 Autry, Joe Gene 298, 434, 486 Avadisian, Antoine Mehran 307 Avant, Gayle Royce 436, 449 Avant, John G 139 Avara, Jane Ann 51 0 Avery, Fred Harold 283, 449 Avery, Martha Ann 281, 449 Averyt, Bennet William 293 Avila, Carlos 407, 486 Awards 525-527 Aycock, Dorothy Fehlis 417 Ayers, Allan Farrell, III 290 Ayers, Harvard Glenn 292 Ayers, Linda Lorene 199, 486 Ayoub, Sam 341, 359 Ayres, Carol Vaughan 510 Ayres, Clarence Edwin 264 Ayres, Dorothy 413 Ayres, Gilbert Haven 429 Ayres, John Richard 510 Azadian, Bette Jane .... 124, 187, 498 Aziz, Hokai Abd 307 Aziz. Yousef 307 Page 536 Scarbrouqh ' s CONGKSS V!NOI Al S.XTH ite[r J ' OOWNIOWN Pge 537 B Name Pages Baade, Henry Howard, Jr 312, 436, 498 Baade, Laura Lee 184, 185, 486 Babb, Gary Allen 235 Babbitt, Milton F 427 Babin, Tamara Stageberg .... 188, 440, 510 Babione, Barbara Lou .... 184, 185, 419 Bacarisse, George Louis 226 Backnell, Nelda Kay 180 Bacon, Andre 143, 145, 430 Bacon, Kenneth Terry 420 Bacon, Linda Ann 176, 177 Badash, Kate Sydney 59, 127, 209 Baer, Janice Louise 498 Baer, Lucille 133 Baeten, Rene Joseph 324 Baethe, Jane Anne 187, 410, 411, 419, 498 Bagby, Richard Steven 127, 245, 404 Baggett, Betty Jacquelyn 200 Baggett, Jackie Ray 397, 398, 486 Baggett, Patrick Edward 280, 449 Baggett, Sally 498 Baggett, Susan 188 Baijal, Surendra 405 Bailey, Allen 38 Bailey, Arthur Bill 163, 510 Bailey, Barbara Sue 188, 510 Bailey, Bishop 38 Bailey, Carolyn Jean 192, 510 Bailey, Charles William, Jr 267 Bailey, Dani Ellen 188, 510 Bailey, Edgar Daniel .... 124, 134, 233, 324, 441, 486 Bailey, Janice Fay 153 Bailey, Joe Murray 235, 498 Bailey, John Wesley 235, 415, 426, 449 Bailey, Joseph Kenneth 339, 413 Bailey, Kathryn Ann 135, 141, 157, 206, 293, 392, 440, 510 Bailey, Luther Lee 309, 413 Bailey, Martha Grace 201 Bailey, Philip Sigmon, Jr 420, 429 Bailey, Ralph Wayne 336 Bailey, Ray Bedford 498 Bailey, Robert Earl 449 Bailey, Rolinda Deane 137, 286, 438 Bailey, Thomas Walter 267, 449 Bailey, William Joseph 257, 444 Bailey, William Tansley 2% Bain, Barbara Rue 150 Bain, Bobbie Laster 398 Bain, Herschel Eugene . . 129, 281, 431 Bain, Jerry Ed " . . . 365, 366 Bain, Walter Mathis 126, 240, 325, 510 Baines, Robert Roy, Jr 321, 498 Baird, Alan Bruce 214 Baird, Albert Washington, III .... 486 Baird, Bonnie Beth 150, 175, 498 Baird, Gloria Elaine 486 Baird, Jim M 280 Baird, Jimmy Lee 449 Baird, Mary Lou 134, 180, 181, 498 Baird, Tamara Lyn 207, 284 Harrington, Frances Lynn 153 Baity, Carolie Ann .... 134, 148, 156, 199, 308, 498 Baker, Barbara Lynn 203, 308, 449 Baker, Brook Alan 263 Baker, Caroline Susan 200, 510 Baker, Carroll Ann 200, 510 Baker, Hines H 37 Baker, Jeannette Selman 206, 510 Baker, Jim Wade 486 Baker, Joe Milton 282, 449, 282 Baker, John 510 Baker, Lowell Malcolm 280, 449 Baker, Malcolm G 237, 304, 400 Baker, Martha Cathey 411 Baker, Mary Martha 176, 177, ' 498 Baker, Ora Rozelle 298, 303 Baker, Robert Walter 336 Baker, Roger 145 Baker, Susan Read 411 Baker, Whit Carrol 386 Bakr, Bakr Abdullah 307 Bakri, F. Arifin 498 Balderas, Alfredo 282 Baldridge, Georgie Carlene 153, 510 Baldwin, Frank Lee, Jr. ... 225, 498 Baldwin, Robert Basil 259, 498 Baldwin, Roland Chris 333, 498 Balkman, Patricia Sue . . 135, 157, 419, 510 Ball, Bunny 158, 510 Ball, Eton R 436 Ball, Jack Johnson 223 Ball, Jimmy Lee 386, 510 Ball, Judith Robin 291 Ballard, Mrs. Hoyt 137 Ballard, James Lipscomb, III .... 235 Ballard, John Walter 449 Ballard, Robert Gerald 328 Ballew, Carol Jean 24 Ballew, Dawson D 400 Ballowe, Charles Bridges, Jr 242 Balsley, Ronald Dean 290, 329 Name Pages Balthrop, Granville Harold 223, 280, 429, 486 Baltzer, Dorothy Claire 411 Balusek, Emil Ludwig 164 Balzen, Richard Thomas 283 Bamberger, David Charles 168 Bancroft, Barbara Jean 151, 298, 302 Bandy, Robert M 449 Bandy, Ronald Davis 389 Bane, Marilyn Annette .... 158, 186, 510 Banegas, Arturo Humberto 290 Banfield, Sabra Kay 180, 510 Bankhead, Charles Herbert 237, 400, 404 Bankhead, Ronald 236 Banks, Barbara Mae 156 Banks, Dnoald Elliot 429 Banks, Elizabeth Gertrude 486 Banks, Julia Anna .... 197, 419, 486 Banks, Margaret 156 Banks, Ralph Keith 159, 282 Bankston, Buell Allen 332, 510 Bankston, Thomas Arthur 280 Bann, Susan Frances .... 189, 396, 486 Bannister, Zara .... 124, 126, 197, 449 Banta, Diana 185, 212 Baptist Student Union 285 Baradez, Jacques Louis 251 Barakat, Majed 307 Barbeck, Sara Lee 203 Barbee, Henry Lee 324 Barber, James Conner 405 Barber, Joel Stephen 221, 486 Barber, Joseph Manford, III 449 Barber, Lynn Thomas 324 Barber, Perry Oscar, Jr 413 Barber, Tom Newcomb, Jr. . . 271, 449 Barbisch, Joseph William 294 Barbour, James Charles 325, 436, 510 Barclay, Frances Cummings . . 157, 206, 510 Barclay, Leland 414, 426 Barclay, Sterling Edward 250 Barden, Brenda Sue .... 130, 176, 177, 449 Harden, Marianne 176, 510 Bardin, Donald Eugene 435 Bardwcll, Charles Moore 324, 449 Barefield, Russell 436 Barenblat, Irving 268 Barentine, George Thomas 145 Barfield, Danny Robert 386 Barficld, Russell M 390 Barfield, Sue Jo 498 Barger, John E 125 Barger, John Wheeler 239 Baril, Albert M 283 Barker, Barret Harrison 126, 127, 214, 498 Barker, William Earl 414 Barkley, Daniel Andrew 510 Barkley, R. Walter 280 Barlow, Mary Patricia .... 143, 171, 486 Barlow, Sherry Arlene 59, 175, 498 Barnard, David Charles 312, 449 Barnard, James Lawrence, Jr 264, 510 Barnard, Lana Gail 180, 510 Barnard, Larry Gordon 232, 498 Barnebey, Linda Lee .... 199, 310, 486 Barnes, Ariane 320, 486 Barnes? Clarence McKay, Jr 278 Barnes, Mrs. Clarence M 137 Barnes, Donald Scott 288 Barnes, Graham Kerr 333, 429, 437 Barnes, Henry Oliver 258, 498 Barnes, Jane 411 Barnes, John Edward 278, 449 Barnes, Linda Jo 149 Barnes, Richard C 231 Barnes, Sandra Joy 136, 210, 440, 510 Barnes, William Renick 425 Barnes, William Stanley 263 Barnett, Barbara Jean 411, 510 Barnett, Frances Inez 153, 289 Barnett, Glenn Edward 30 Barnett, Dr. John B., Sr 38 Barnett, John Bryan 218, 510 Barnett, Sandra Jean .... 193, 308, 449 Barnett, Sheila Ann 158, 192, 510 Barnhart, Mary Luada 198, 510 Barnhill, Charles Richard 240, 388, 440, 510 Baron, Judith Rosalynd 208, 209, 480 Baron, Yvonne Valeria 150, 498 Barr, A. Michael 280, 486 Barr, Ben B 129, 412 Barr, Chester Alwyn 238 Barr, Curtis Allen 333, 498 Barr, Darby Ann 189, 486 Barr, Henry Buford 262, 510 Barr, William Andrew 486 Barrera, Bob 298 Barrera, Martin, III 290, 297 Barrett, Andrew Thomas, III .... 304, 333 Barrett, Suzanne Calvert 190 Name Pages Barrier, Alvis Layton 235, 486 Barrier, Dona Lou 175, 310, 422, 449 Barringer, Richard Duane 125 Barron, Edward Ralph 230, 324, 340, 408, 440 Barron, Frances Carter .... 153, 3%, 510 Barrow, Mark Scott 286, 510 Barrow, Richard Morgan 449 Barry, James Alvin 126 Barsallo, Antonio Eugenio 167 Barsalou, Joseph Rene 230 Earth, Brenda Nan 150, 424, 433, 449 Earth, Roger Alan 125 Bartholomew, Sara 202 Bartlett, Donald Aaron 247 Bartlett, James Andrews .... 245, 279, 449 Bartlett, John G 431 Barton, David Deryl 283, 498 Barton, Josef John 420 Barton, Judyth Faye 411, 510 Barton, William Andrew 24, 431 Bartosh, Geraldine Virginia 151 Bartosh, Ronald Jerome 283, 449 Bartz, William George-, Jr 250, 276, 328, 510 Basham, James Donald 255, 449 Basore, Lee Ray 146, 436 Bass, George Turner 214, 341, 347, 355, 384 Bass, Richard Floyd 163, 298, 311 Bass, Robert Lee, III 163 Bass, Stephen Wayne 258, 510 Bass, Tommy Howard 415, 426 Bassetti, Robert Dalton 332, 437 Bassist, Phyllis Ann 179 Baswell, Robert Elliott 333 Batawil, Khaled A 307 Bates, Alvin R 413 Bates, James Herbert 434 Bates, Kindell Wayne 386, 403 Bates, Mary Margaret 191 Batres, Roberto Edmundo .... 165, 420 Baits, Martha Elizabeth 498 Baty, Donald Eugene 221 Bauer, Martha Ann 192 Baugh, Ann 44( Baughn, William Hubert 33, 41! Baum, Alan Carl 241, 347, 411 Baum, Stuart Frost 217, 49t Bauman, Alta Lee 170, 172 Bauschcr, Margaret Jane 191, 498 Bavousct, Jamie Ann 125 Bawer, Martha Ann 137 Baxter, Catharine Dallas 211, 293 Baxter, Daryl Dee 449 Bayless, Charles Frederick 245 Bayne, Thomas Levingston 298 Beachy, Morris Jay 288 Beadsley, Charline Ann 320 Beall, Edith Ellen 134, 211, 394, 395 Bean, George Rogers 434 Bean, Julie Elizabeth 211 Bean, Richard Alan 263, 449 Bean, Virginia L 412, 413 Bearden, Joe H 298 Beardmore, Barbara Ann 206, 207 Beardsley, Charline Ann .... 196, 510 Beare, Hubert William, Jr 134 Beasley, Robert McNeil 325 Beasley, Sarah Jane 211, 449 Beaty, Martin Earl 377, 380, 381, 384 Beauchamp, William Bryan 215, 334 Beaulieu, Margaret A 148, 160, 433 Beauregard, Larry James 280 Beavers, Merwin Gordon .... 377, 380, 381, 384, 486 Bechtol, Jay Currie .... 243, 347, 403 Beck, Elgin Edwin 280 Beck, Gail Anne 510 Beckelman, Dan Edward 436 Beckelman, Irene Schneider 418 Becker, Charlottee Pauline .... 189, 310, 449 Becker, Elisabeth Alice 197, 411 Becker, Katherine Louise 151 Becker, Richard Arthur 227, 400 Beckham, Earnell 157, 298, 419, 510 Beckham, Robert Sidney 498 Beckley, Sharon 197, 320, 498 Becklund, Ann Helen 157, 305, 510 Beckman, William, III 125 Beckmann, Alfred Giles, Jr 259 Becknell, Evalyn Antoinette 201 Becknell, Nelda Kay 180, 443, 510 Bedrick, Frank Johnny 386 Beeler, Gerald 510 Beeler, Lynn Sandol 165, 449 Beeley, Linda Kay 450 Beeley, Robert A 450 Beene, Roy Bob 324, 486 Beer, Michelle Robin 151, 394, 396, 397, 450 Beesley, Judith Mansell 156, 419 Beesley, Sandra Ann 190, 510 Beevers, Edgar Lawrence, Jr 386 Begeman, Myron Louis 426 Name Pages Begg, William James 139 Behrens, Ben Farrell 163, 305 Behrens, Charles Byron 232 Behrens, John Almond 163, 402 Beiber, Sharon Frances 498 Beinhorn, Alan S 269, 327 Beinhorn, Sarah Ann 178, 510 Belcher, Robert Kendall . . .- 274 Belcher, Thomas F 371, 372, 373, 384 Belgrade, William A 450 Belknap, Carol Leigh 193, 291, 395 Belknap, Donald William, Jr 271 Bell, Alice Virginia 203 Bell, Anita Louise 156, 206, 207, 498 Bell, Carole Robin 149 Bell, Charlotte Ann 187 Bell, David Bruce 134 Bell, David Edmund 431 Bell, Davfd Henry 233 Bell, Donald Wayne 259, 280 Bell, Edwin Gilbert 267 Bell, Francis Folsom 235, 371, 372 Bell, Henry Newton, III 228, 278, 430, 486 Bell, James Harold 218 Bell, James Keith 244 Bell, Jerome Allan 217, 296 Bell, John Laurence 231 Bell, Lois Ilene 194, 310, 510 Bell, Lorna Pearl 193 Bell, Malcolm James, Jr 235, 325, 486 Bell, Robert Austin 415 Bell, Thomas Benjamin 282, 324 Bell, Tony 145, 146 Bell, Wilson Collom 275 Bellamy, Patrick C 227 Seller, Gerald, Jr 280 Bellos, Jack Frank 434 Bellows, Richard Frederick 235 Bells, Charles A 291 Belt, Morris Edward 336, 510 Belz, Saul Charles 126, 253, 276 Benavides, Elinore Ferol 197, 450 Benavides, Paul Medina, Jr 510 Benbow, Mary Suzan .... 186, 419, 433, 450 Benchekroun, Abdelkrim Karim .... 307 Benckenstein, Jacqueline . . 202, 511 Bender, Michael Steven 252 Bender, Susan Sloan 291 Benfer, Betty .Lou 310 Bengel, William Crafford, Jr 498 Bengstom, Bette Ann 192 Bengtson, Howard Thomas 309 Benion, Nicki 395 Benitez, Armondo 398 Benjamin, Marshall Elliott .... 261, 304, 450 Benjamin, Marye Durrum 428 Benjer, Michael Steven 125 Benn, Sherry Virginia 59, 127, 191, 287, 335, 486 Bennet, David Hughes, Jr 418 Bcnnet, Jane E 291 Bennett, Baylus Earls .... 245, 296, 304, 365, 366, 367, 369, 384, 444 Bennett, Bette Elaine 498 Bennett, Don John 249 Bennett, Earl Dean 412 Bennett, Jan 188 Bennett, Jason 511 Bennett, Judith Ann .... 148, 158, 199 Bennett, Judith Claire .... 189, 498 Bennett, Kathlene Nelson .... 175, 308 Bennett, Peter Dunne 413 Bennett, Sharon Gordon 192 Benningfield, Patricia Diann .... 136, 146, 157, 443 Benson, Dana Dee 59, 179, 212 Benson, Gerald Wayne 217, 418 Benson, James William 498 Benson, Leonard R 426 Benson, Phillip Foster 231 Bentley, Charles Lee 333 Bentley, Emily Margerite 152 Bentley, Mickey Harold 228, 336 Bentley, William Elbert 245 Benton, Carolyn Kathryn 193, 395, 411, 419 Benton, Matt Hall 262 Bercu, Stephen Lloyd 126, 253 Berg, Allan Morton 252, 511 Berg, Janet Louise 305 Berg, Marie Elaine 305 Berg, Sigrid Siev 290 Bergel, Sydney Kay 179 Bergen, James Thomas 254 Berger, Joel Stewart 134, 269 Berger, Linda Helene 411 Bergman, Myron Louis 339 Bergman, Nancy Claire 450 Bergman, Stuart Alonzo, Jr 450 Bergstrom, Judy Elizabeth Anderson 450 Berkes, Leslie Kurt 218, 391 Berkman, Larry Herbert .... 68, 268, 269, 276 Berkman, LaTrclle .... 206, 207, 411, 498 Berly, James Frank, III .... 227, 404, 486 Page 538 Planning ahead for your electrical future How many new uses for electricity will you enjoy 10 or 15 years from now? No one can tell you today, but men are at work in the laboratories developing new electrical con- veniences you will use in the years to come. And there will be plenty of electricity to operate these electrical appliances of tomor- row. Business-managed electric companies, like Texas Electric Service Company, con- stantly plan and build ahead to keep your electric service supply plentiful and depend- able . . . ready when needed for progress and for better living. TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY 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 GUADALUPE 2401 SAN GABRIEL Page 539 Name Pages Berly, Janis Ann 157, 190, 511 Herman, Alex 424 Hermann, Mark William .... 269, 324 Bermea, Jose, Jr 333 Bermont, Judith Ann .... 208, 209, 498 Bermont, Richard Barry . . 261, 291, 450 Bernbaum, Celeste Carol 443 Berndt, Otto Burke 498 Bernhard, Gary C 407 Bernhardt, Anne Currie 186, 291, 511 Bernstein, Barbara Carrye .... 179, 450 Bernstein, Howard Lawrence .... 268, 298, 336, 511 Berquist, Karen Arloa 187, 486 Berry, Candida Kay 143, 199, 308, 428 Berry, Dorothy Eleanor 187, 289 Berry, James Malcolm 435 Berry, Nancy Sharon 291 Berry, Phillip Paul 486 Berry, Randolph Gates 324, 486 Berry, Ronald Lewis 296 Berry, William David 436, 511 Bertschler, Grace Frances .... 158, 511 Berwick, Michael Holder. .... 266, 498 Besselman, James Arthur .... 263, 341, 347 Best, Jesse Edison, Jr 333 Best, Ronald Wayne 162, 164 Beta Gamma Sigma 413 Bethea, William Lamar 371, 372, 375, 384 Bethel, Judith Ann 197 Betin, John 388, 390 Bettell, Linda Jean 176, 177, 396, 440 Bettersworth, Linda 187 Settle, George Richard . . 127, 292, 327, 330, 444 Belts, Charles Adolph 243, 401 Beverly, Robert Allan 405, 408, 420 Bevill, Tommy Ray 227, 486 Beyer, Stanley Charles 248 Beyette, Bruce Terry 236 Beynon, Frank Priour 126 Bible, Dana A 296 Bice, Don Allen 267 Bickel, Gretchen Christine 206, 486 Bickcrton, Terry Scott 245, 276 Bickley, John Strock 413 Bicknell, Evalyn Antoinette 201 Biedermann, Allen Biedermann, David Anthony Bieter, Albert Jerome . . Bieter, Charlene Biggs, Barry L Biggs, John Riley .... Biggs, Patricia Ann . Biggs, Sara Elizabeth Bilger, Jimmy Mack . Billa, Larry Joe Billings, Warren Neal 405 450 430 306 .... 317, 441 245 158, 186, 511 197 283, 423, 486 292 280, 511 Billingsley, James Pershing 426 Billue, Sidney Kent 250, 327, 441 Billups, Susan 175 Binford, Paul Lee 163 Bingham, William Harrell 254 Binion, Jack Russell 281, 450 Birck, Milton Emil 404, 431 Bird, Betty Sue 197, 486 Bird, David Edward 260, 511 Bird, Shirley Ann 127, 133, 394 Birdsall, John Calvin, Jr 280, 450 Birdsong, B. Arnold 298 Birdwell, Al Evans 247 Birdwell, Lloyd Willis 231, 511 Birdwell, Mary Reagan 187, 450 Birkel, Susan Ann 150, 432 Birnbaum, Michael Lee 268 Bischoff, Kenneth Bruce 426 Bishop, Barbara Sue 287 Bishop, Diana Kay 124, 137, 498 Bishop, Donald Clinton 243, 276 Bishop, Jack Belmont 238, 511 Bishop, Park E 287, 325 Bishop, Sheran Ginger 158 Bishop, Thomas Armistead .... 126, 222, 223, 450 Bittner, Frederic Allen 450 Billon, Ronald Davis 288 Bivens, Betty 200, 511 Bivings, Kathleen 184, 511 Bizzell, Bobby Gene 135, 486 Black, Betje 136, 186 Black, Byron Allen, Jr 163 Black, Elizabeth Frank 206, 207 Black, James M 243, 498 Black, James Wayne 424, 435 Black, John Howard 163, 328, 330 Black, Martha Marilla 206, 511 Blackard, Don Coleman . . . 303, 436, 450 Blackburn, Virginia Lynn 154 Blackman, Anita Miriam 135, 179 Blackmon, Gretchen Elizabeth .... 172 Blackmon, Maxie Willis 219 Blackmore, Cammy Ann 172, 398 Blackstock, Leo Guy 274, 412 Blackwell, James Lee 133, 136, 511 Blackwell, William Albert .... 240, 511 Blackwood, Paul Michael 264 Blair, Ben Rogers, Jr 333 Blair, Bobby Jo 229, 281, 305 Name Pages Blair, Brooks Alden 264, 280 Blair, Lydia 201 Blair, Lynda Jean 136, 156, 511 Blair, Richard D 298 Blair, Robert William, Jr 272, 329 Blair, William Shelton 236, 498 Blake, George David 264, 291, 498 Blake, Mary Rebecca 193, 498 Blake, Ronald Wayne 221 Blakeney, Marvin Robert 241, 328, 498 Blakes, Madelaine 511 Blakeslee, Gladys Joanne 198 Blalock, Richard W 38 Blambeck, Linda Rae 419 Bland, David George, Jr 228 Bland, Jo Ann 200 Blank, Jeffrey Roland .... 159, 283, 296, 436, 486 Blank, Susan 158, 511 Blankcnship, Bonnie Bethany 298, 511 Blanton Dormitory 150 Blanton, John Freeman 163 Blanton, Judith Gay 191 Blanton, Judy Schleyer 61, 124, 137, 438 Blanton, Marjorie Ann 150 Blanton, Wincie Lowe 155 Blanton, Winfred McCoy 163 Blasingamc, Donald Henry 275, 281, 309, 450 Blauvelt, Tony Dean 280 Blaylock, Gerry Lee 435 Blaylock, Glenn Watts 450 Blazck, Delora Elizabeth 133, 156, 211, 419 Blazek, Mary Joann .... 59, 126, 127, 199, 419, 443, 498 Bleakncy, Philip Arnold 243 Blehed, Abdullah M 307 Blend, Michael Marc 269 Blevins, Donald Lee 282 Blevins, Gary Lynn 271 Bliznak, Johnny 410 Bloch, Shirley 411 Block, Mike W 400 Block, Ronald Steven 216, 511 Block, Stanley Byron 261 Bloebaum, Alan Paul 298, 410, 420, 486 Blomquist, Dian 175 Blomquist, Gilbert Victor 282 Bloom, Alvin Michael 269 Bloomquist, Elizabeth Anne .... 152, 196, 511 Blount, Benny Garell 429 Blount, Milton Dale, Jr 163 Blount, Tom Burrus 450 Bloxsom, Allan Penny, Jr 283, 304 Bloxsom, Walter Eden 241 Bludeau, Herbert Leslie 486 Blum, Fred Andrew, Jr 418, 450 Blum, Lois Ann 127, 178 Blum, Stephen Leon 293 Blumentritt, Joe Edward 410, 450 Blundell, John Leslie 293 Blunk, W. D 37, 38 Board of Regents 27 Boatman, Lawrence Terry 283 Boatright, James Richard .... 265, 410, 429, 486 Bobb, Betty C.ecile 197, 498 Bock, Bennic W., II 134 Bocock, Linda Louise 210, 498 Boddeker, Gammon Cretin 249, 498 Bodden, Merilyn Kay 137, 196 Bodden, Nix O ' Brien .... 280, 322, 426, 429, 436, 450 Boddy, Ellen Marshall 200 Bode, David Fain 289, 410 Boehm, Donald Raymond 486 Boehm, Emily Ann 204, 205, 412, 486 Boehm, Mary Margaret . . 191, 310, 450 Boesch, Thomas Dean 249 Boettcher, Armin Schlick 263 Bogan, Brenda Jo 137, 198, 511 Boger, James Allen 159, 410, 450 Boggess, Jerry William 249 Boggs, Jesse Kenneth 136, 289 Boggs, Joan Gardner 450 Boggus, Robert Franklin 420 Bogy, Sondra Kay 148, 149, 450 Bohanon, Charlyn Janene .... 152, 293, 511 Bohls, Raymond William, Jr 415, 426 Bohman, Veronica Frances 189 Bohn, Barbara Bertha 498 Bohn, Carol Ann 145, 180, 511 Bohn, John William 450 Bohn, Robert Thomas 243 Bohnert, Reuben Edward 450 Boise, David Woods 266 Boland, Raymond Alvin 296 Bolding, James McCollum 229 Boldt, Richard D 145, 511 Bolger, William Robert 263 Bolin, Perry Norman 290, 341, 384, 498 Bollinger, Jess Bailey, Jr 450 Bolton, Charles Ervin 309, 450 Name Pages Bolton, Christopher Lee 223 Bolton, George Wade 450 Bond, Edward Quinton 296 Bondies, Catherine Elizabeth . . 136, 175 Bone, Carolyn Ruth 151, 198, 486 Boner, Charles Paul 31, 311 Boner, Charles Randall 270, 311 Bones, George Eugene, Jr 280, 486 Bonifield, Fredda Pauline 136, 150, 511 Bonin, Betsy Ann 193, 394, 395 Bonine, Michael Edward .... 436, 498 Bonnell, Judith Marie 150, 486 Bonnell, Mary Elizabeth 158, 291, 310, 498 Bonner, Jack E 166 Bonner, Kay Campbell 201 Bonnet, Harriet Burns 190 Bonnett, Charles Ross 450 Bonnctt, Jane Elizabeth 152 Bonney, Charles Edward 328 Bonora, Lucille 511 Book, Stanley 511 Booker, Thomas H 145 Boone, Daniel, Jr 218, 498 Boone, Kenard Clay 427 Boone, Saundra Lois 211 Boorman, James Albert, III 219 Booth, Jeffrey Alan 223 Booth, Nancy Ann 175, 310, 451 Booth, Robert Davis 274, 511 Boothe, Ross, Jr 451 Boothe, Sharon Jane 149 Bordcosh, George 307, 402 Borden, Beverly Ruth 158 Borders, Billie 511 Borgers, Robert 237 Boring, Joseph Lee 436 Bormaster, Lana Barbara .... 178, 511 Bormaster, Linda 178, 511 Born, Reverend Charles Henry . . 295 Born, Clarence Lee 321 Born, George Henry 296, 426 Bornstein, Harriett Elaine 208 Boroughs, Rilla June 203, 288 Borsellino, Paul Don 434, 486 Borup, Charles Harold 249, 309, 402 Bosler, Michael Charles 434, 436, 498 Bost, Roy Wade 141, 324 Boston, Roger Lee 333 Bostwick, Robert Orville 309, 451 Boswell, George Timothy 239 Boswell, Robert E 437 Botello, Elena Maria 170, 297, 433 Bouchard, Andre 413 Boudloche, David Michael 256 Boudloche, Lloyd Henry, Jr 123, 257, 276, 444 Boudny, Helen 171 Boudreaux, Edward Alpha 451 Boughton, Carol A 181 Bourinaoff, George Ivan 436 Bourne, Elwanda Sue 137, 170, 172, 486 Bowen, Bobby Joe 165 Bowen, Judith Ann 499 Bowen, Kristin 137, 176, 177 Bowen, Lawrence William 327 Bowen, Stephen 511 Bowen, Susan Lind 410 Bower, Arthur Michel 243 Bowers, Beverly Anne .... 158, 198, 511 Bowers, Helen Joyce 150, 451 Bowers, John 511 Bowers, Katherine Mary .... 157, 190, 411, 419, 511 Bowers, Sally Virginia 191, 451 Bowie, Neil McLean 234 Bowlin, James H 289, 290 Bowling Club 408 Bowling, John Knox, Jr 289, 291, 451 Bowman, Gary W 408 Bowman, Henry A 394 Bowman, Robert Hunt 223 Bownds, Billy W 229, 276, 285 Bowser, Barbara Ann 191 Box, Edward Donald 215, 451 Box, Mary Ella 155, 499 Box, Roy Edgar, Jr 241, 412, 446 Boxwell, George Timothy 498 Boyanton, Earl Brewer, Jr 139, 230, 231, 430 Boyd, Bette Lois 190, 511 Boyd, Bette Maxine 157, 188, 511 Boyd, Darby Ann 211 Boyd, Douglas Arrington .... 124, 223, 440, 451 Boyd, James Albert 280 Boyd, Bette Lois 190 Boyd, Michael Leroy 267 Boyd, R. Suzanne 288 Boyd, Richard Bryant 412, 431, 451 Boyer, D. Royce 288 Boyer, Robert Lee 326 Boyett, Randall Harold 334, 441 Boykin, Jo Anne 148, 158 Boykin, Marshall Edward 227, 400, 499 Name Pages Boyle, Jodi Louise 137, 152, 289 Boyle, Josephine Louise 196, 499 Boyle, Lawrence Patrick 218, 511 Boyt, Patrick Elmer 282, 451 Bozarth, Martha Jean 411, 499 Brace, Anna Kingsley 184, 311 Brackenridge, Genie 60, 125, 135, 141, 202, 511 Bradfield, John Stephen 275, 451 Bradford, Alfred G 511 Bradford, Brooks Gayle 219 Bradford, Giles Edward 136, 334, 435, 511 Bradley, David Earl 388 Bradley, Harold L 254, 360 Bradley, James Howard, Jr 231, 436, 486 Bradley, John Brooks .... 312, 435, 436, 440, 451 Bradley, Judith Carol 153, 174, 5H Bradley, Judith Gayle 190, 511 Bradley, Shirley Frances 171 Bradley, Steven Justin 254, 511 Bradley, Walter Lee 420 Bradshaw, Edward William .... 263, 410 Bradshaw, J. David 408 Bradshaw, Lana Kae 143 Bradshaw, Major William 418 Bradshaw, Reagan Franklin .... 230, 420, 511 Brady, Alfred Bernard, Jr 227, 384, 410 Brady, Carolyn Jean 211 Brady, David Lawrence .... 125, 136, 159, 431, 451 Brady, Lawrence Donald, Jr 232 Brady, Margaret Anne 199 Brady, Robert Hall 237, 283 Brady, Samuel David 127, 436 Braesche, Barbara Carol 210 Bracutigam, James Oliver .... 159, 228 Bragg, Roy Gene 486 Brainard, Daniel 237, 451 Branch, James. Powers 227 Brancheau, Raymond Charles 283 Brand, Beverly 398 Brand, Charlene Estelle 162, 170 Brandau, Billie Jo 207 Brandenburg, Allen Eugene . . 234, 511 Brander, Sandra Kay 150 Brandes, Marion Lee 329 Brandes, Robert Roy 263, 279 Brandle, Charles David, Jr. . . 280, 429 Brandon, Dennis Foster 292, 329, 330 Brandon, William Paul 326 Brandt, Dorothy Pauline 305 Brandt, Terry L 334, 511 Brannan, Patricia Eloice 193 Branning, Charles Howell 420 Brannon, Martha Lucretia 211, 284 Brant, Terry L 248 Brantley, Betty Sue 149, 451 Brantley, Cynthia Louise .... 158, 190, 411, 511 Brantley, Gladys Ann 204, 205, 486 Brantley, Sue 148, 310 Branton, James LaVoy 128 Branum, Thurman Donald 451 Brasfield, Charles Randolph 451 Brasfield, Lyle Albert 166 Brasher, James Preston, III .... 134, 451 Brasher, Molly Frances 418, 486 Bratten, James Hulvey 265, 384, 451 Bratton; Andrew Jackson, III .... 227, 400 Braud, Victor Earnest 201 Braun, Bobby Lynn 333 Braveman, Phyllis Gayle 179 Bravenec, Alvin, Jr 283, 451 Braver, Kenneth 436 Bray, Clarence Vaughan 219, 341, 347, 356, 384, 444 Braymen, William Walter 290 Brazelton, Lewis E 237, 371, 372, 374, 384, 400 Brazziel, Bonner 511 Breath, Alfred Autrey 325 Breath, Elizabeth McCutcheon 201 Breazeale, Franklin Pierce 511 Brecht, Howard David 134, 222, 499 Breckenridge, Robert L 311, 436 Bredemeyer, Glenn Bennett 451 Breed, David Al 214, 511 Breed, Herman Ray 332 Breeding, Clard Walter 412 Breeding, Ernest Coley 412 Breedlove, William Davis 265, 279 Breen, Wilford Thomas 251 Breese, Richard Preston 332, 336, 437, 441, 451 Brehm, Joan Ann .... 153, 298, 310, 411, 511 Bremer, Darwin Edgar 327 Brenan, Michael Shane 240, 399, 511 Brenan, Walter P 27 Brennan, C. Mike 126 Brenner, Charles 222 Page 540 Name Pages Brenner, Ilene Ellen 176, 499 Brenner, Marvin Joseph .... 216, 326, 511 Brenner, Marvin Leo 268 Brent, John Bosworth 241 Brent, Robert James, Jr 241 Brentlingcr, Willard Hughes 244 Brcsic, Rudolph, Jr 257 Breum, Patty Ann 193 Brewer, Karen Ann 136 Brewer, Patricia Elizabeth 197 Brewton, James Robert 511 Brewton, Mary Brooks .... 148, 155, 199 Breyniann, Gus Haller 486 Bridges, Carol Ray 124, 197, 451 Bridges, Evelyn Kay 153 Bridges, Gloria Ann 190, 499 Bridges, Jarrell M 486 Bridges, Joe Mark 234, 499 Bridges, William Carlton 486 Brienseks, Edward William, II 336 Briggs, James David, Jr 283 Briggs, Larry Bateman 219, 499 Briggs, Michael 296 Briggs, Robert Connor . . 221, 281, 322, 430, 451 Briggs, Robert S., Jr 415 Briggs, Thomas Alan 296, 486 Brigham, Oran, Jr 415, 426 Bright, Bettie 184 Bright, James Robert 265, 280 Bright, Jean Ellis 207 Brindley, Beverly Anne .... 130, 203, 310 Brindley, Dr. G. V., Jr 38 Brindley, Hanes Hanbry, Jr. . . 258, 511 Brindley, Martha Love 134, 202, 511 Brinkmann, Bonnie Rae 451 Brinsmade, Carol Ann 207 Brison, James William 270 Brister, Barbara Ruth .... 155, 419, 499 Bristow, Eugene Raymond 296 Brito, John, Jr 436 Brittain, David D 159 Britton, Charles Mark 215, 451 Brizzolara, Franklin William, Jr. . . 231 Broad, Tom McMurry 329, 414 Broadus, Zelna Virginia .... 183, 285, 486 Brochstein, Robert Phillip 253 Brock, Franklin Watkins, Jr 280 Brock, Linda Catherine 499 Brockermeyer, K. Lewis 237 Brockman, Barbara Ann 153 Brockschmidt, Sally Belle 206, 207 Brodnax, Huey Wayne 296 Brodsgaard, Linda 511 Broekcma, Andrew J 124 Broman, Margaret Claire .... 158, 184, 511 Bronaugh, Joyce Schmalstieg .... 451 Bronstad, Maurice Elroy 414 Brookes, Warren Leigh 436, 511 Brookhart, Charles Edward 421 Brookner, Barbara Claire .... 59, 208, 209, 212, 308, 499 Brooks, Charles Van Winkle 262 Brooks, Donna Victoria 156 Brooks, Frances Sue 175, 310 Brooks, Henry Tebbs 247 Brooks, Kenneth Edwin 334, 386 Brooks, Lloyd 436 Brooks, Penelope 134, 156, 190, 511 Brooks, Phyllis Anita 195 Brooks, Richard Lynn 168 Brooks, Sam Raymond, Jr 418, 451 Brooksaler, Carol Ruth 486 Brooksaler, Doris 511 Brougher, Margaret Ann 156, 180, 511 Broughton, Diann 511 Broumley, Thomas 511 Broussard, Grace Belle 153, 311 Broussard, Stephen LaFleur . . 218, 511 Browder, Jeanette 160 Browder, Lewis Edward 282 Brown, Alexis Joan 137, 194, 212, 289, 443, 511 Brown, Ann Connor 58, 134, 148, 156, 203, 411, 419, 439 Brown, Arthur Bryant 324, 511 Brown, Barbara Ann 152, 188, 398 511 Brown, Belle June 143, 486 Brown, Brenda Jean 151, 499 Brown, Charles Rex, II 511 Brown, Chester Hughey, Jr 163 Brown, Christy Jo 191 Brown, Crozier 440 Brown, Danna Gene 193, 398 Brown, Don Wallace 292, 328 Brown, Dwane Allen 293 Brown, Edward Herbert 298 Brown, Elizabeth Ella 191, 499 Brown, Floyd Wayne 263 Brown, Forrest Carroll 410, 451 Brown, Frederick Samuel 265 Brown, Garnett Dowell . . 203, 308, 451 Brown, Garry Dale 256, 386, 420, 511 Name Pages Brown, Glen Vick 227 Brown, Colonel Herbert E 316, 317, 441 Brown, Ivan 237, 279, 451 Brown, Jack Bethel 123, 416, 444 Brown, James Allen .... 359, 360, 361, 365, 384 Brown, James Arthur 499 Brown, James Crozier .... 124, 463, 499 Brown, James Travis 283, 451 Brown, Janet Barrett 158, 196, 443 Brown, Jean William 430 Brown, Jeanne Wray 199, 411 Brown, Jerry Anthony 165, 486 Brown, Joe E 145 Brown, Joelle Othwood 486 Brown, John Randal 139 Brown, John Timothy .... 259, 400, 487 Brown, Joseph Irven 298, 311 Brown, Judy Rebecca 199, 499 Brown, Julia Ann 157, 511 Brown, Kermit Earl 426 Brown, Leighton Baugh 327 Brown, Mable Ann 186, 187, 487 Brown, Mabeth 184, 511 Brown, Margaret Louise 148, 156 Brown, Marsha Jeanne 511 Brown, Martha Sue 198 Brown, Marvin Holloman, III .... 227 Brown, Michael David 298, 487 Brown, Monetta Mabeth 184 Brown, Nancy Louise 186 Brown, Patricia A 411 Brown, Peggy Frances 211 Brown, Robert Graves 424, 434 Brown, Robert Talmadge 293 Brown, Ruben Stanley 436 Brown, Russell E 401, 511 Brown, Samuel David 511 Brown, Sandra Lee 189 Brown, Sharon 511 Brown, Squire Lee 296, 487 Brown, Susan 68, 124, 126, 134, 193, 411, 439, 487 Brown, Thomas Howard 487 Brown, Thomas Orland 280, 426, 429, 451 Brown, Timothy Lynn 275, 451 Brown, William Glen 333 Brown, William McLane 431 Browning, Emily Bryant 200, 511 Browning, Gene Irwin 451 Browning, Joan Whitelaw 201 Browning, Judith Jackson 418 Browning, Kenneth Merle .... 248, 511 Browning, Wayne Leon 159, 239 Brownlee, Norman Edward, III .... 246, 511 Brownlow, William Clyde 434 Broyles, Paul James 135, 487 Bruce, Barton Woodward 263 Bruce, William Thomas, Jr. . . 283, 423, 426 Bruchmiller, H. Arlene 197 Brucks, George Louis 265, 354, 347, 354, 384 Brundett, Betty 398 Brundrett, Jo Ann 152 Brune, Robert Allan, Jr 283 Bruner, James Milton .... 296, 334, 437, 441 Bruner, Thomas 288 Bruns, Joseph Henry 235, 408 Bruns, Sherrie Ann 184 Brussells, Charles Britton 290 Bryan, James Perry, Jr 27, 241 Bryan, Judith Lynn 197, 499 Bryan, Pat, III 436, 487 Bryan, Richard Coulter 232 Bryan, Robert Paul 136, 266 Bryan, William A 282 Bryant, Bob 386 Bryant Braxton Winfield 452 Bryant Gaylia Jean 155, 499 Bryant James Michael .. 236, 391, 404 Bryant Judy 205 Bryant Louis Edward, Jr 512 Bryant Ronnie Ray 512 Bryant Vance 267 Bryant Vaughn Motley, Jr 292, 328 Bryant, Zelda Kay 153, 499 Bryce, James Young 499 Bryson, Barry Lee 231, 487 Bryson, Jeff Bell 226, 499 Bubar, Charles Olivlr .... 124, 129, 452 Buchanan, Barbara Kay . . 206, 207, 452 Buchanan, Milton Thomas 136 Buchanan, Richard Neal 324, 420 Buchanan, Sara Jo 499 Buchanan, Stephanie Jane .... 127, 134, 135, 206, 207, 439 Buchek, Nancy Louise 203, 499 Buchel, Barbara Adele 207 Buck, Nancy Ruth .... 153, 298, 512 Buckalew, Charles Otis 386 Buckallew, Bonnie Ruth 1% Buckley, James Thornton . . 280, 398, 512 Buckncr, Margarete Celest 170 Buckncr, Oran Silas Davis, Jr. . . 169, 278 Buckner, Richard Lee 163, 487 SALUDOS AMIGOS AUSTIN ' S BIG FOUR EL TORO A Touch of " Old Seville " MONROE ' S EL MAT Home of the original " Crispy Tocos ' EL CHARRO Specializing in Delivery Service Page 541 Name Pages Budziluwilz, David 281 Buford, Robert Paschal 263 Bugg, Billy Ray 139, 430, 487 Bugg, Jane Carol 204, 205 Bugg, John Leslie, Jr 386 Bugge, Doris Eran . 152, 398, 411 Buida, Jeanell 151, 411, 499 Builta, Kenneth Eugene 415, 426 Bulba, Charna Etta 59, 195, 412 Bullard, Michael Ross 326 Bullion, Jackie Joe 254, 325, 499 Bullman, Edward Robert 252, 512 Bumpus, Ronald Gene 279 141, 337, 436, 499 Bunch, George Pardue Bunch, Mildred Elizabeth . . 134, 176, 177 413 259, 324 Bunker, Frederick Maxwell Bunkley, Thomas Allen, Jr. Bunn, Ronald F 436, 438 Burch, James Craig 333 Butch, Kenneth Wesley 257 Burch, Paul James 262, 499 Burcham, Mary Jane 211, 487 Burchfield, Douglas Webster 289, 291, 452 Burdinc, John Alton 33 Surer, Walter C 412 Burford, Dickie Garner 424, 452 Burford, Eddie Miller 219 Burford, Leo Dean 332 Burford, Sam Pounders, Jr 241 Burg, Brent Lawrence 452 Burge, Charles Hunter 239 Burger, Catherine Elaine .... 310, 487 Burger, Richard Dale 499 Burgess, Barbara Ellen 452 Burgess, Carolyn Lois 199, 395 Burgess, Dan Aubrey 386 Burgheimer, Carlene .... 137, 148, 150, 487 Burgin, Dinah Lu Potts 499 Burgower, William Michael 261 Burke, Barbara Ann (1) 171, 499 Burke, Barbara Ann (2) .... 196, 512 Burke, David T 243 Burke, John Paul, Jr 325 Burke, Linda Lee 151 Burkhart, Emily Alice 187 Burkhart, Marcia Jan 187, 452 Burkholder, Jack N 283 Burks, Judith Anita 499 Burks, Thomas F 424, 435 Burkwall, Paul Andrew 512 Burlage, Henry Matthew 33, 214, 424, 429, 434 Burlage, Mrs. Henry Matthew .... 433 Burleson, David W 384 Burleson, Penny 124, 193 Burndrett, William Edward . . 220, 512 Burnett, Barbara J 310 Burnett, Elvin, Jr 287 Burnett, Frederick William 244, 512 Burney, James D 436 Burns, Carla Adele 154 Burns, Carol Ann 176, 177 Burns, Reba A 310 Burns, Robert Bruce .... 280, 436, 452 Burns, Russell Eugene 312, 487 Burns, Sherrie, Ann 156, 294 Burns, Sondra Lee 150 Burnside, Mary Beth 196, 419, 512 Burnside, Wayne G 401 Burnstein, Howard Lawrence 126 Burow, Duane Frueh 305, 418 Burow, James Frueh 305 Burr, Dorothy 150 Burrell, Charles Egan 227 Burris, Byron Michael 256 Burroughs, James William .... 131, 245, 452 Burrows, Ann 155, 419 Burrus, Jack P., Jr 38 Burrus, Sheila Joyce 150, 452 Burt, Barbara 54, 59, 191 B ' urt, Elizabeth Louise 211, 417, 452 Burt, Jane Winifred 150 Burt, Richard Allen 329, 330, 499 Burton, Harold M 280 Burton, Herman Narvel 282 Burton, John Kenneth 512 Burton, Mary Gay 452 Burton, Norris Rood 296, 426 Burton, Rae Russell, Jr 280, 328 Burton, Susan Ann 193 Burwell, Russel Gladwin 223, 452 Busby, Blaire 134, 210, 512 Busch, Harvey Erwin 282, 452 Bush, Henry Alan 499 Bush, James Earl 248, 512 Bush, Robert C 401, 406 Bush, Ronald R 283 Bush, Tennie Marie 125, 203 Bushell, Gary Everett 249, 276, 499 Busiek, George Southgate .... 259, 452 Buss, Lowell Donald 243 Buss, Mary Kathryn 191, 439 Bussey, William Edward 262, 512 Butcher, Gary Preston, Jr. . . 243, 415 Butcher, Clara Lou 124, 201 Butcher, Frank B 400 Butcher, Madalyn Ruth 158 Name Pages Butler, Adrian J., Jr 304 Butler, Carol Lynn 175, 499 Butler, Charlene 130, 186, 187 Butler, Eleanor Ann 125, 160, 487 Butler, Gary Murrel 304, 311 Butler, H. D 282 Butler, Howard Young 436, 487 Butler, J. K 38 Butler, Lasca 136, 176, 177 Butler, Lawrence Ford 222, 223, 499 Butler, Lola Genniel 150, 499 Butler, Meta Camille 207 Butler, Tom Kelly 237, 446 Butschek, Deanna Jean 180, 181 Butter, Bette Lee 202 Buttler, Lary J 282 Bux, Robert Brentwood 248 Buxton, David Lee 282 Byars, Emily Elizabeth 201 Bybee, Corrine Ellen 150, 180, 181, 499 Byerly, Donald Stewart 309 Byers, Beverly Ann 134, 176, 512 Byers, Trudy Elizabeth 153 Byfield, Patsy Jeanne 156, 419 Bynum, Ben 136, 145 Bynum, Byron Glen 452 Bynum, James Benjamin 283, 512 Byrd, Clifton (Dick) , Jr 125, 235, 499 Byrd, Colonel D. Harold 38 Byrd, Gary Jefferson 487 Byrd, Joseph Patrick 230 Byrd, Karen Anne 158, 190, 512 Byrd, Mike 371, 386 Byrd, Weldon Chapman 333 Byrne, Jamie Kate 184 Byrne, Richard Clair 332, 437 Byrom, Sheila Kay 153, 487 Caballero, Rodrigo Cactus, The 140, Caddel, Robert Randolph Cadenhead, Ben Chandler .... 256, Cadenhead, C. H Caffey, Jean Elizabeth Caffey, Nancy Pauline Cagle, Thomas Cahill, Thomas Patrick Cain, Danny Morris Cain, Eugene M., Jr Cain, Gary Vernon 436, Cain, James Thomas 298, 311, Cain, Nancy Jane 134, 188, Cain, Norman Caldwell, Betty Jane 196, Caldwell, Diana Jill 172, Caldwell, James B Caldwell, Lucie Scott Caldwell, Robert Kent 219, Caldwell, Victoria Bush 68, 126, 127, 143, 199, 212, 432, 439, Calhoun, John Sutton Calk, Carolyn Louise Catkin, Allan Garrison Calkin, Mary Elizabeth 148, 191, 281, 310, Calkins, Carol Ann Calkins, Judith Lee 210, Callaway, Helena Spencer .... 203, Callaway, Joe Edd Callaway, Judy Ann 176, Callaway, Nancy Elizabeth 127, Callaway, Robert E 372, Callaway, Sara Jean 187, Callen, Beverly Kay 310, Callender, John Bryan Calley, Charles Leon 365, 366, Calnan, Cornelius Joseph .... 332, Calvert, Carolyn Jane Calvert, Charlene Kay 149, Calvert, Eugene Allan 298, Calvert, Shirley Arbuckle 24, Calvert, Susan Calvert, William Hamilton Calvillo, Joe, Jr Calvin, Carolyn Beatrice . . 163, i76, 134, Camp, John Thomas Camp, Judith Camp, Thomas Merrill Campbell, Barbara Lucile Campbell, Bert Louis 143, 312, Campbell, Betty Lillian 149, Campbell, Blake Campbell, Charles Harvey Campbell, Darryl Glenn Campbell, David Scothorn Campbell, Donna Sue Campbell, Foy Leon, Jr Campbell, George Perry Campbell, Henry Villard, III .... 28L Campbell, Jimmie Clarence Campbell, Lucien Benton Campbell, Mrs. Mary Campbell, Mike 342, Campbell, Myers Olin Campbell, Patricia 136, 174, 297 141 134 499 412 499 288 237 143 325 430 499 421 291 296 422 294 452 293 487 124, 499 219 487 418 149, 487 211 512 284 435 512 211, 499 384 286 452 418 487 499 153 512 303 176, 512 134 325 291 177, 487 298 201 270 198 452 198 203 235 223 259 170 487 487 221, 452 512 325 39 347 234 310 Name Pages Campbell, Patrick Ward 229 Campbell, Richard Charles 243 Campbell, Roger Leland 412 Campbell, Ronda 398 Campbell, Susan Lee 61, 127, 143, 199, 487 Campbell, William Edward 245, 377, 380 Campbell, William Michael .. 219, 452 Campus Chest Steering Committee . 125 Campus Guild 163 Campus Survey 124 Canales, Alfred G 127, 487 Canant, Carol Louise 180, 291 Cane, Ronald Warren 269, 402 Canfield, Chauncey Edward .... 159, 452 Canfield, Joe R 436 Canfield, Thomas Hale 499 Cangelosi, Antoinette 151 Canion, Jim 398 Cannon, Annette Louise 186, 512 Cannon, James William 163 Canon, Craig Otis 309 Canter Club 398 Cantu, Antonio A 297 Canutcson, John Allen 163, 305 Canzoneri, Sam Anthony 512 Cap and Gown 286 Capps, Judith Jeannine .... 143, 150, 428, 487 Carabaza, Jose Angel 297, 309, 452 Caramanian, Marie Ester 130 Caraway, Donald Lee 169, 274 Caraway, James Robert 136 Cardenas, Carlos G 297, 327, 452 Cardenas, Robert 499 Cardenas, Teresa Imelda 291 Cardinal, Douglas J. H 427 Cardwell, George L., Ill .... 131, 415, 426 Cardwell, Vicky Ann 145, 146 Carikcr, Mary Page 124, 189, Carl, Nola Mai 199 Carleton, Finis Ewing, III .... 280, 426, 429 Carleton, Robert Lane .... 309, 325, 487 Carlisle, Emmett A. (Duke) .... 243, 341, 347, 353, 384 Carlock, Carl Thomas 293, 499 Carlock, George David 264, 512 Carlson, Carol Lou 156, 198, 411, 419, 512 Carlson, Glenda Frances 201 Carlson, John Leonard 222, 223, 487 Carlton, Joelee 512 Carmichael, David Mooney 241, 420, 486 240, 512 ... 158 168 168, 452 243 Carmichael, John Allen .... Carmichael, Ruth Carol . . Carmona, Augustine Anthony Carmona, Enrique E. ..... Carnahan, Richard Henry . . . Carnes, John Wilcox ............ 452 Carnes, Sue Evelyn ............ 157 Carnicom, Richard Stanley ........ 334 Carothers Dormitory ............ 151 Carothers, John Henry ........ 241, 322 Carothers, Mary Kay ............ 201 Carpenter, Alfred David ........ 163 Carpenter, Camille .......... 189, 487 Carpenter, Carolyn ............ 199, 417 Carpenter, George Albert .... 298, 512 Carpenter, Kelly Wilson .......... 499 Carpenter, Lon P ................. 243 Carpenter, Patricia Dean .... 298, 302, 452 Carpenter, Shawn Adele .......... 201 Carr, Charles Dickey ____ 232, 388, 390, 512 Carr, Dorothy Elizabeth .......... 512 Carr, James .................... 436 Carr, John Dyer ................ 239 Carr, Julliard Vernet, Jr ....... 232 Carr, Marvin Weatherby .......... 241 159, 234, 290, 304, 426, 499 131, 239, 414, 426 162, 164, 165, 401 Carr, William Plack, Jr ........... 241 Carrel!, Hellen Patricia .......... 306 Carrier, Linda Lee ____ 199, 395, 487 Carrillo, Rene .................. 452 Carrington, Joe C., Ill ........ 436 Carroll, Gale G ................. 237 Carroll, Gay .................... 412 Carroll, James V ........... 237, 400 Carroll, Jane Logan ---- 289, 397, 398, 411, 499 Carroll, Sallie Sneed ........ 190, 411 Carruth, Stanley Bradford ........ 221 Carruthers, Riley Willard .......... 334 Carson, John Russell .............. 434 Carson, Van William ............ 412 Carss, Alice Beryl ............. 158 Carter, Carl Melvin ............ 218 Carter, Emma Lee .......... 170, 182 Carter, Harold Dee ____ 265, 444, 452 Carter, James William, III ____ 298, 336 Carter, Jerry Fay ................ 211 Carter, John Robert, Jr .......... 452 Carr, Richard P., Jr Carr, Robert Isaac, Jr Carr, William David ____ Name Pages Carter, Lynda Lee 452 Carter, Manny Monroe 487 Carter, Margaret Diane .. 199, 310, 452 Carter, Michael Leroy 262 Carter, Paula Myrle 158, 198, 512 Carter, Peggy J 394 Carter, Richard Earl 512 Carter, Ross Richard 230, 231 Carter, Steve 387 Carter, William Harold 225, 415, 426, 452 Carter, William Junius 426 Cartlidge, Aubrey Ronald 229 Cartwright, Edward Bennett 329 Caruthers, Barbara Jean 170, 183, 452 Caruthers, Jimmie Eugene 499 Carver, Connie Lois 151, 452 Casanova, Frank, Jr 434 Casbeer, Bobby Glenn 412 Case, George Dewar 234, 325, 391 Case, James Howard, Jr 235, 298, 487 Casey, Bob, Jr 442 Casey, Donald Earl, Jr 324 Casey, Michael Horace 135, 167 Casey, Robert Randolph 329 Casey, Shelby Tom .... 126, 226, 499 Cash, Charles Kendrick 124, 410, 434, 499 Cash, Warren Pinkney, Jr 266 Cashin, Jack William 413 Cashion, Major Dana Burton 327 Cashion, James Hale 453 Cashion, William Frank Caskey, James Ray . . . Cassidy, Richard Swain 487 487 280, 426, 429 237 324 Cassin, Thomas Castaneda, Adan Isael .... 168, Castaneda, Rosemary Catherine .... 289 Casteel, Thomas Ralph 453 Castellanos, Thais Frances 152, 512 Castillo, Virginia Louise .... 157, 184, 443, 512 Castle, Lynne Emory 411 Castleman, Kenneth Randolph 436, 499 Castleman, Michael Shea 265, 276 Castles, Milford Pike 453 Castor, Ralph Johnson, Jr 214, 499 Castroll, Robert Stephen 134 Gate, Reynolds Newman, Jr 334, 420, 512 Cateora, Philip Rene 281 Gates, Carolyn Ann .... 157, 411, 419, 512 Gates, Dee Ellen 157, 512 Cates, Jon Gerry 254 Catlett, Larue Scott 384 Catterton, Connie D 143, 453 Causey, Alan Darrell 145 Causey, George Gerald 292, 328 Cauthorn, Alice 191, 320, 499 Cauthorn, James Albert 227 Cauthorn, Thomas Drew 126, 227, 276, 444 Cauthorn, James Lee 453 Cavazos, Irma E 172 Cavazos, Jose Luis 289, 297 Cavazos, Nancy Lee 158 Caven, Hubbard Scott .... 219, 276, 400, 499 Caveness, Robert Edward 499 Gavin, Martha 148, 152 Cavner, David Orel 167 Cavness, C. H 412 Cazzell, Victoria Lee 176, 293 Cendrick, Thomas Michael 499 Cervenka, Tom 311, 436 Cerwinske, Marine! 499 Cezeaux, Marie Louise .... 124, 126, 136, 176, 177, 499 Cezeaux, Phillip Calvin 233 Chadd, Marilyn Kaye .... 124, 197, 487 Chadderdon, James Robert 266, 512 Chadick, Carol Ann 397, 499 Chadwell, Janice Mary 58, 59, 123, 124, 130, 187, 212, 310, 487 Chadwick, Phil 234 Chaffin, Welda Lajean 298, 411 Chagra, Lee 128 Chalfont, Alan Charles 333 Chalfont, Mary Joan 154, 197 Chalk, Ronald Joe 257 Challenge Committee 124 Chalmers, Presley Howard 145, 238, 512 Chalupnik, Paula Janet 417 Chamberlain, Frances Faltin . . 162, 172 Chamberlin, Roland McKendree, Jr 247, 487 Chambers, Carroll Morton 296, 334 Chambers, Edward Ted 127 Chambers, John Edward 236 Chambers, William Terry 499 Chambliss, Suzie 124 Champion, John G 430 Chandler, Carolyn Virginia 151, 487 Chandler, James Albert 125, 257 Chandler, John Bolton 453 Chandler, John Emmett 256 Chandler, Sarah Virginia 289 Chancy, Charles 237 Page 542 A TOTAL OF 1 1 2 YEARS ce to The University Co-Op began serving students 66 years ago and The Toggery began 47 years ago. The Toggery is located in the Co-Op and is the finest men ' s clothing store on the Drag setting the style and trend for UT men. From paper clips and brief cases to pocket combs and hair curlers, the Co-Op has it. Even after students graduate from the University many things are ordered thru mail by ex-students. We welcome your orders and assure prompt service on orders received. THE TOGGERY 2246 Gudalupe THE UNIVERSITY CO-OP Page 543 Name Pages Chancy, Justine Ann 157 Chancy, Laurel Diann 487 Chang, Lucia Sue 413 Chanouz, John William 334 Chapa, Armondo 403 Chapa, Pedro, Jr 143, 145 Chapa, Sylvia 162, 172, 297 Chapline, Eugene Paul 136 Chapman, Judge Alton B 38 Chapman, Bruce Scott 264 Chapman, E. B 38 Chapman, George Camp 416 Chapman, Henry Wilson .... 236, 377, 380 Chapman, J. Kay 187 Chapman, James Thomas 265 Chapman, John Maynard 332, 336, 425, 437, 441, 453 Chapman, Josephine M 438 Chapman, Judith 195, 487 Chapman, Julia Kay 453 Chapman, Norman Richard 125 Chapman, Julia Kay 453 Chapman, Rankin Hoss 265 Chapo, Carole Kaisla 293 Chappell, Caroline 189, 453 Chappell, David Franklin .... 215, 333, 499 Chappell, Robert Chambers 310 Charless, William Addis, Jr 233 Chartoff, Joe 261, 499 Chase, Alice Maxine 187, 453 Chason, Gary Wayne 162, 166, 289, 293 Chatten, Robert Earl 281 Chavarria, Doroteo Cervantes .... 453 Chen, Tah Chi 163 Chenault, William B., Ill .... 124, 127, 136, 436, 487 Chenevert, Martin Emile 426 Chernikowski, Stephanie .... 136, 209, 308, 487 Chernosky, Gayle 487 Chernosky, Lillian Carol 153, 499 Cherry, Henry Swift 323 Cherry, Johnson Blair, Jr 221 Cherry, Rosemary 201 Cherry, Thomas Davies 512 Cherryhomes, Michael 389 Chesson, Beverly Ann 453 Chester, Nancy Clarie 291 Chichakli, Mike 307 Chick, Donald Ray 415 Chi Epsilon 414 Childera, Keith Tulloss 326, 487 Childress, Beverly Jean 189, 284 Childs, Allen 269, 410, 420, 487 Childs, Roxy Anne .... 148, 157, 191, 288, 419, 499 Chiles, Ann 206, 207, 453 Chiles, Carol Ann 206, 207, ' 453 Chiles, Jerry Edmond 264, 329, 512 Chiles, Sue 206, 487 Chilton, Douglas Holland 245, 291 Chilton, Pamela Ann 211, 281 Chilton, Rebecca 39 Chinn, Jan LaRue 177, 394 Chi Omega 188, 189 Chi Phi 222, 223 Chionsini, Jean Lynette 512 Chipley, Nan Elizabeth 207 Chipley, Sue Rivers 207 Chisholm, Gary Thornton .... 388, 390 Chism, Estha Willborn .... 134, 174, 512 Chisum, Eunice Ann 174, 310, 512 Chlapek, Ben Hejl 453 Choice, William Hcrschel 222, 223, 499 Choral Organizations 288-291 Chote, Richard Woolsey 257, 327, 329, 420, 453 Chow, Elizabeth 499 Chrisco, James C 436 Chrisco, Phillip A 405, 436 Christensen, Fleur Annette 151 Christian, James Wayne 453 Christian, Jerrie Teel 191, 212 Christian Science Organization .... 287 Christie, Edward Francis 325 Christie, Margaret Anne 136, 499 Christie, Patricia Lamb 399 Christie, Thomas Richard 272 Christopher, Jimmy Roy .... 293, 512 Chronology 528-535 Chu, Alan Bartlett 324, 420 Chunn, Edward Keith 267 Chunn, Larry Singleton 499 Church, Charles Ruppert 227 Chute, Aaron Hamilton . 413 Cipriano, Roberto 328 Cirilo, Rosa Lee 149, 499 Cissik, John Henry 141, 333, 512 Claiborne, Thomas Stirling .... 453 Clark, Ann Francis .... 124, 188, 411, 419, 512 Clark, Anne 154, 499 Clark, Charles T 127, 129, 232, 416, 487 Clark, Diana Marie .... 125, 180, 181, 394, 499 Clark, Donna Lou 136, 512 Clark, Edward 37 Name Pages Clark, Elizabeth Sanford 201 Clark, Evert Mordccai 24 Clark, George Edward 235, 499 Clark, Harley 416 Clark, James Roger 296 Clark, James Weldon 242, 387, 389 Clark, Kay Diane 156, 411, 419, 512 Clark, Lou 398 Clark, Lyle G 423 Clark, Mark Wayne 254, 512 Clark, Pat English 239, 441 Clark, Rann Lionel 249 Clark, Robert Lee 233, 437, 487 Clark, Shirley Marian 148, 150 Clark, Susan 170 Clark, Suzan Carol 174, 310 Clark, Teresa Blythe 150, 203 Clark, Tommy 434 Clark, Valerie 291 Clark, Wayne Newell 384 Clark, William Alex 230 Clarke, Ellen Martha .... 148, 156, 203 Clarke, Pete 309 Clarkson, Martha Jeanette 453 Clarkson, Robert Gillespie 436, 499 Clary, Ralph Willis 236, 499 Clauder, Marion Martin .... 415, 453 Clay, Donald Edward 278 Clayton, James Ross 400 Clayton, Joseph Dodson 219 Clegg, Johnson Roselle, Jr 279 Clem, Karen Ann 160, 306, 487 Clement, Rufus Harold 218 Clements, Clyde Wesley 281 Clements, Daphne Peggy .... 155, 186 Clements, Dorothy Salley 135 Clements, Ella . ' . . . 310 Clements, Hazel Jane .... 130, 175, 310, 394, 438, 439, 487 Clements, Peggy Lynn 175 Clemmer, John Lee 435 Clendening, Christina Ann 198 Cleveland, Clark M 426 Cleveland, Frances Anne 149, 298, 311, 512 Cleveland, John Moore 282 Clewis, Carol Ann 190 Click, Lloyd Loring 246 Cliett, Nathan Frederick .... 233, 323, 442, 453 Clift, Charles Wilson 264, 512 Clinton, Jack Ray 280, 298, 512 Clopton, James Roby 259, 453 Clopton, Roy Travis 436 Closuit, Kay Murchison 207 Clover, April 191 Clowcr, Ronald Lee 227 Clowers, John Michael 244 Clunie, Mike Clifton 143, 430 Coates, Charles S 37 Coates, Howard Vaughn 512 Coats, John H 325 Cobb, Carolyn Eslyta 175, 310, 487 Cobb, Larry Melton 420 Cobb, Melvin Glen 435 Cobb, William Charl es . . 121, 126, 244, 332, 512 Coben, Joyce Helen 194 Coburn, John Douglas 266 Coburn, Michael Doyle 418 Coburn, Stephen Parker 280 Cochran, Frances Annette 188 Cochran, John R 237 Cochran, Judith Carol 453 Cochran, Nancy Carolyn 201 Cochran, Otis Fielding 230, 512 Cochran, Rosemary 184, 185 Cochran, Steve 405 Cochran, Verlene Linda .... 153, 512 Cochran, Woodrow Harmon 453 Cocking, Myra Jane 206 Cockrell, Carol Dashiell 206, 207, 453 Cockrell, Ernest, Jr 37 Cockrell, James Thomas 231 Cockrell, Joan 210, 487 Cockrell, Laura Lee 310, 499 Cody, Gary Dale 512 Coe, Carolyn Lee 125, 134, 143, 512 Coe, Jimmy Earl 136, 499 Coers, Donald Vernon 298, 303 Coers, Pat Handley 435, 453 Coerver, Arthur John 256 Coffee, Russell 342, 347 Coffey, Alan Eugene 125, 234, 499 Coffey, Jerry Cutler 125, 235 Coffey, Robert Lawrence 431 Coffey, Robert Lewis 247, 442 Coffey, Timothy Michael 257 Coffin, Helen Wiechen 148, 157 Coffman, Carol ' Elizabeth 191, 395, 398, 453 Coffman, Carmon .... 125, 150, 186, 310, 487 Cogburn, Thomas Mike 334 Coggeshall, Judith 193, 308, 418, 453 Coggin, Bruce Wayne 418, 453 Coghlan, Rosemary 291 Cohen, Barry Mendel 134 Cohen, Diane 158, 198 Name Pages Cohen, Martin William 260, 512 Cohen, Richard 261, 410 Cohen, Ronald Dennis 61, 269 Cohen, Susan Rose 179, 320, 394, 499 Cohen, Winifred Sue 186 Cohn, Carol Lee 178, 512 Cohn, Frances Pauline 178, 512 Cohn, Morton Allan 253 Cohn, Stephen Morris 253 Coil, Vernon Lee 125, 274, 512 Coiner, Richard Tide, III 334 Coker, Carolyn Ruth .... 176, 177, 500 Coker, Carolyn Sue 126, 143, 411, 428, 439, 500 Coker, Mack Elbert 125, 135, 410, 487 Colbert, L. L 37 Colbert, Walter John 326 Colborn, Desta Ann 172 Coldwell, Colbert Nathaniel 222 Cole, Allan Andrew 332 Cole, Bryon Eugene 238, 324 Cole, Carol Ann 189, 308 Cole, Clarence Wharton .... 141, 214, 247, 334, 412, 431, 436, 437, 441, 487 Cole, Colin Jay 219 Cole, David Bras 266, 437, 487 Cole, Donald 127 Cole, Ernest Allan, III 219 Cole, Jim Lee 136, 500 Cole, Kay 394, 396 Cole, Kynn Monroe 233 Cole, Larry James 298, 311, 421 Cole, Linda Gayle 291 Cole, Nancy Kay 59, 201, 487 Cole, Ned 403 Cole, Patricia Ruth 148, 161 Cole, Richard Ray 298, 425, 500 Cole, Richard Rosser 143, 247 Cole, Robert Bruce 248, 325, 512 Cole, Tommy Denver .... 280, 420, 429 Coleman, Brady Steele 227 Coleman, Claudette 127, 135 Coleman, Evelyn Earl 287 Coleman, Jack Bunting, Jr 267 Coleman, James Towson 429 Coleman, Kay Andrea .... 49, 54, 197, 453 Coleman, Linda Joyce 150, 206, 207, 417, 453 Coleman, Patty A 453 Coleman, Richard Marvin, Jr. ... 283, 423, 426, 453 Coleman, Thomas Franklin 243 Colfry, Carol Dianne 190 Colgrove, Dianne Elaine 186, 500 Collerain, Mary Agnes 193, 308, 310, 453 Collctt, Martha Camille 207, 284 Colley, David L 388 Collier, Frankie Marie 170, 182, 500 Collier, Howard Ernest 282, 500 Collier, John Calvin 389 Collier, Marguerite Shannon . . 188, 487 Collier, Robert Layton 441 Collier, Robert Lee 233, 329 Collier, S. H 38 Collins, Allen 164 Collins, Carol G 160, 500 Collins, Cory Lloyd 304 Collins, Dan Kelly 329 Collins, Dorothy Lee 202 Collins, Frances Byrd .... 191, 212, 286 Collins, Jack Altman 243, 341, 347, 384, 403, 444, 453 Collins, Kathryn Corinne .... 135, 190, 394, 419, 500 Collins, Kay Lucile 149 Collins, Louis Harold 487 Collins, Margaret Eleanor 157, 202 Collins, Marshall Barb 279, 431 Collins, Molly K 411 Collins, Nancy Elizabeth 487 Collins, Terry Gene 214 Collins, Warren Linton, Jr 453 Collinsworth, David Ray 500 Collum, Charles Ray 143, 145, 500 Colton, Michael Jean 207 Colvert, Lester Lum 413 Colvin, James H 30 Combest, Alice Margaret 500 Combs, Frances Kay .... 193, 419, 500 Comeaux, Roy Valery .... 306, 332, 500 Comegys, Jewell Abernathy 241 Comiskey, Frankl